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Mrs. L. Clare Davis in Stockton Malt.
HAVE 1 SJrtojLSL
;VTSa?3atnJnuClUrS the rot-re depends upon
tLTne to be kept from going wrong; tbe association
mLTJSSl wort n providing a peasant place where boneless
; . yjSe. tbat they may not have to go to saloons
.ungHiPB slinilM aii take an interest, to the en4
etc ii is a lhihs "- -- "--, , . . .,.- ,m
... - man mar IM KMH. EWO.
Pardon, if I seem
of the divine
than that any
path. Tho fact
But I honestly
Villi UIW - --..
rotec teVremhtag tbkt goe to th uplifting of mankind, have alwars
, . ALwVth the wk of the Young Men's Christian Association.
of the attitude that many uwe
Uutt I am a
' rauR cu"r"
T , .u nMlonr hmeins that IS
. .. m i m :irfa ui cuv ..,.-- CT
1 , ?rr j ,m, w iu hBl on the assumption that a young man
.lik thhw borTof Satan and bound to go to destruction unless he be
i rrom had places. I am tired of the
ftsfcdMo KtayJns away
. " tnat !? 1ST. od Pce attractive it must "W
, ASle to the young man him.elr. and to that end somehod else -mo
n f.r it. In other worn, i oeiir " .- .--... .- r . .
?" anActetion. but I believe that it should be selupporUn Any-
g good as the things mrmwieu uy un wu.iu.? .wv, -
I a,d ror by the persons using them.
what sots there . WnttcU. U
saloon he ror
H a man goes to a pays -he
bt to the theater he mutt pay ior it. a goou u.uU " . C
iL But when young men are to e
and men pay
.s t,rt. and so on young
t "iJedlnS rdooncy. respectability, cleanliness or body and or soui. It mast
' made verr. Ten- easy ror them or they will reruse to take it. A man will
Jrff combined efforts o? the entire
hin him Into Holl. bat It takes the
udS? tic women workers, to help him into Heaven. It is strange.
--' "H S ZS?2lJFS EnwhoweCni SS?K
rldMd'no safeSard thrown about them than the average young
wnrld "mm more who are supporting or are helping to support mothers,
ra?lrSenSaS themselves, arc asked to assist in this wont
' bh?,fmJ BAJ woman who is looking forward to supporting
$25 a year, or even $10. or her
hrr;.Tr through ire shoud contribute
2 to fSrItah baths. . gymnasium, a reading room, lectures, re-
! Sod sSy or bracing, and ir they afterward
i ; to there by all sorts
23?; iSS Mlf ?hiw Such arc these young men willing to contribute
?la.k, ' a! .r ?Vnrn.it old that's what their benefactors will
V,v this taxation without representation?
lt 1) lliai umc. Why .n.iitn i.n1o ho nr she is KO
t tiinw vou win say tnai no one ." -'""'v -.---.
coming to a young woman whose
It. But an
o"rt eu Tr less Interested in youth, brings the reflection that it Is
a is bSS 7h?ng that she ought to encourage, and many of those who do not
fce'lablcto respond are ashamed, lack the courage o ay so
men wnu uhisi .v.. . :
What shall young , ...
ihink that it is all right to let women work and contribute money to he.p
ifonV' Is not that weakening to their manly dignity? In secular life
TS titled aristocrats, when a woman
considered debasing, except among
mis l"to a man's hands. Shall the young men who arc supposed to
hmtSnlng after the highest type of manhood the world has known, have
their manly fibre weakened by this thing?
old adage that every tub should stand on its
It is i vulgar
with all licart. and I believe h all my heart
in it my
bottom, i oeiimo m .L " - ,: ' ton easv for him.
that the way of the monern to -- "" ---v: wcaK. irreaiunioiu thin
: : .",.,.. ...i... .,., ., nf him. making him a "&
. " . ,,! Ai... ...til tnimlian hiQ I
II IS IUKIIIK n.w o.... w... . .-.-. ---.
i .. i.w.. it llo hoc nn particular Li iiitfi 'V-"
l, .nut stud i alone. .." .. i ho
,.. wi,,t .wants to
Hiiro, ami who. wiicu m; vv..v.0 ,
do with life.
is spoiling our boys of the middle cla.s
hardship but too much ease,
mich learning It is a common thing to say that if a boy had had a
nT' !m not have done this or that thing. I sometimes think
f" Z ho wo
a t t. -. .k rAMin Mirt
... ,..oro nllt Of lllPir TOHUOluluii:
A mnn cnlil to me llie UUiei uu) . J" . v- .
mannoou iu. v . .. -- ---- work
thai evor imyvu - "------- ,. .,, nm, thft T)rivilcge of staying "
for a year. It gave me an .-1 - - -- -; - - - . .. - motha v
never from mat uay i i - . - . "-. . " ..i.nr rx tikim lnnlr '"
TV . . t i.-i .rt. n tnlnrnhlV SOlllSU VOlinKSlUI, KM i" I.W..V...C
Into active lire.
the original subject This is
to have wandered from
also a part of what I should like to say so
much better, and a part which goes
are striking out alone ami oecumius ub "
talking about "helping omyovLng men" churches, giving
for what to neip uivuiwn, . .i- o---- - Bv,i And if they do.
spirit within them
a?ST. cK ofm "ow should drm that spicioiK
lybelno1 there Is too much bolsterhig of boy .nowadays It I.
home has too much;
On Thursday, November 29th.
Regular trips will be mado every .0
Faro 5 cents each way.
JAS. S. McKEE, Superintendent
Arrangements haye been made for
thd accommodation of persons wishing
to take a ride upon the
PACIFIC HEIGHTS ELECTRIC RAILWAY
Thanksgiving Day, between 9 a. m.
and 9 p. m.
A free 'bus will run regularly over
Pauoa Road, every 10 minutes, be
tween the Tramway line on Nuuanu
street and the Electric Railway ter-
lnal." making connections with cars
The boy in his r IS."
5i,7i: -..-;- K
by the universal thoui
mIv watches him and r
1 . .... . ..!.. In nnntll KftnnPP.
t i.rnc him II there oe nnjum.b . .v .
uses. Therefore. I sa. """- ". there;
one , tramns who go
nil that goes
'TT .. -i. u cmn
"',.. r nrt of it. any more than tney womu u -
help nay their board bill. Mninlhl to holn alonK the local Y. M. a A.
And now. i nope ", Ti,:. 7w hereafter they reruse to accept any
If the young men .1 " ?P heroicalb" resolve to support
JSltSMS I shall know that this screed did
them good in the best possible way.
116 Hotel StreeL
NUKE ti mOIS. UCIITE6TS
K. W. QalBH, 115 Umlom atreet,,!
totantak rtbtttnoi &rtt daa
iodra plWB. PtrpMt
ucited. P.O. Box MS.
HRRT St CO.. LTD.
ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS.
SQUASH and FRUIT
PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY.
BOARD OF HEALTH NOTICE.
Honolulu. Nov. 27jl300.
At a meeting of the Board oTHealth
held this day E. C. Winston. Esq.. was
elected President of the Board ef
Health, vice Dr. C. B. Wood, resigned.
Secretary Board of Health.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Oceanic Gas and Elec
tric Co.. Ltd., will be uem on rnua,,
November COth. at 3 o'clock p. m.. at
the office of M. P. Robinson,
M. M. KOHN.
The undersigned grocers will close
all day (Thanksgiving) Thursday,
H. MAY & CO., LTJU.,
LEWIS & CO..
SALTER & WAITY.
Election of Officers.
At the adjourned Annual Meeting
or the stockhouiers oi ul,uvu
STEAMSHIP COMPANY, held on this
date, the following officers were elected
to serve during the ensuing year:
C. L. WIGHT, President,
W. G. IRWIN, Vice-President,
S. B. ROSE, Secretary and Treasur
F. ALLEN, Auditor.
Tho above officers, with b,. U.
Pfotenhauer and G. C.
ley, comprise the uoaru oi uuc
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 2Cth, 1900. lw
NOTIGE TO OLU STOCKHOLDERS.
The B. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd., having
taken the agency of the Olaa Sugar
Company, Limited, all assessments due
on the s.tock of that company are now
payable at the oflice of said u. r.
Dillingham Co.. LU1., anil an
of stock will be made through that office.
J. P. COOKE.
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Nov. 19. 1900.
Dr. J. H. Raymond will occupy temporarily
part of the office of Dr. W. J.
Galbraith, corner Beretania and Ala-kea
streets. Office hoKrs, 10 to 12 a.
m. Telephone, 204.
St. Andrew's Fair
In the Cathetlral Grounds,
SATURDAY, DEC. 1,
i nrnr. tn do Chamber work. Apply
at the Melrose. 1444 King street-
kreNlH or German taught in
months. New practical method-Sat
isfaction guaranteed, aa cox
WtYTHD To rent furnished iocs,
have three bed rooms:
dos ia; mot
-i nnnnrtnnitv for parties soics
Al tenant. Cafl or
away to secure
address E. S. GUI. Republican office.
10:30 A.M. to 5 T. M.
7 T. M. to 9:30 P. M.
Tables Flower, Faucy, Doll. Hawaiian,
Art Needlework, Lemonade, Ice
Cream, Coffee, Grab Box, Candy and
A Biejcle Competition in the afternoon.
A FOI LUNCH
Will be served from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
The Hewdula, Republlca delivered
by carrier, 75 cests per month.
FO ULB One nanOsome Crovra oh
ano in perfect order with harp and
rrTui. ;n nn3Daniiaent.
be bad t
? nnlr five times.
by applying at th
a reasonable price
LOSTX eafe key and a ixjstotEce key.
Reward for return to The Republican.
LOST A bay bore with a white spot
on ieft fore shoulder has been lost.
Horse is the property of Robert Parker,
Jr. and if returned to "the police
station a reward will be paid.
LOST By accidental gate opening, a
' Californian mare;
weight about 900 lbs.; faint star on
forehead; fat condition; a little
or irritation on face, but hearing,
right hind foot a little white. Finder
please notify police station and reward
will be paid.
STOKES From .in front of Chas.
Lind's restaurant. Nuuanu street, a
black pacer bon,e in middle; unite
St on forehead
(connected) on right hind leg. Liberal
reward if said animal is returned to
Two very desirable cottages on Miller
street" Possession given December
A. A. MONTANA.
THE PRICES IRE RIGHT.
ONE PACING TEAM.
ONE PACING SINGLE DRIVER.
TEN HEAD HACK HOUSES.
ONE FAMILY CARRIAGE TEAM.
The ahoe acf all guarantee! sound,
crntle, oung animals.
Also several 3-minute and letter Roadsters.
Two lots 50x100.
OnelotlOOxlOOonwlnchis a house
containing six rooms. Fri,C
apply to DAATDK.TJNATJNA,
Wilder S. S. Warehouse, Esplanade.
H. J.NNolte bas just received a new
lot of celebrated
FIVE CENT CIGARS.
New York Capadura's,
Allston, Union de Cuba,
Grnud, Republic, iigaro,
Square! Beuown's, Etc.
Key West Cigars, La Deliciosa
aud El Mas Noble.
H, J. NOLTE,
BISHOP & CO.,
Office at banking building on Mer
Savings Deposits will be received
and interest allowed by this Bank at
4i per cent, per annum..
Printed copies of the Bu es and Regulations
maybe obtained on
BISHOP & CO.
J. H. TISBXBL,
Alfat Hawmiiam latmndM.
r BastBeaa aa will till yea
S that an aa ia Tbe
aa briass good resalts be--
cause the people read it
1300 House and lot oa LIlit St..
s ooo House asd lot oa CoUege SL,
75x125; house contains 7 took.
JSjQGO House and lot oa Alexander
J3.3Q0 House and lot on Vineyard St.,
I3.60O House and lot on Youaj SU
$600 House and lot on Youn S-,
10 rooms. 90x140.
f20Q House and lot at Kalihl, Tt4
$2,750 House and lot on Alapal St.;
f cfrftHouse and lot on Kin an at,
11,000 Large lot at KaUhi. 77iixl50.
OOHouse and lot at Kalihl, 155x
$500 Business property on Fort SL,
56,000 Lodging house in centtr of city.
57.5UO Investment at .b.ewaio;
ly income 9110.
$4,200 Leasehold on Beretania St.; 2
large stores; 20 years, to run.
17 500 Large lot with buildings on
Punchbowl St.; orongs m wj
J5.000 House and large lot on Queen
$1,400 Lot on Queen St., 50x100.
SS.500 Large lot with 6 cottages;
monthly income JLJa.
$1,250 Large lot at Kalihi, 105x103.
$6,500 Elegant residence, 225 ft front,
on Makifei St.
$5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near
$4,000 Leasehold on Beretania St; 39
years to run; net income ju
f goo Leasehold with building on
Fort St; S years to run.
Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama:
all sizes and prices.
Lots on Austin Lane, Palama; all sizes
Lots at Kunawai off Liliha and Judd
Sts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from $575 up, according
$4,000 Large warehouse at Kewalo;
S4.000 Leasehold of city front lot on
Queen St, near isn Jiarsei
wharf; 24 years to run.
A cottige on Peterson's lane, Palama.
Possession given on the 1st of October.
Three summer residences near city,
at Tantalus, Pearl City and Niu.
WM. SAVIDGE & CO.
Real Estate Agent, 20C Merchant St
J. H, SCHNACK
Dealer in Real Estate,
223 Merchant St.
Offers Sale Lots in the Fol
a fW lnrsre choice lots with unequaled
view; terms easy; prices from $l,7ri0
to $2,000 per lot.
Various lots GOxlOO feet at S'J50 to
400 each, according to location; terms
$25 per lot down, balance in monthly
installments of $10 per lot each month.
NDDANU TRACT ADDITION.
.TOST OPENED AND DIVIDED INTO
LARGE LOTS of different sizes, which
I will sell on easy monthly installments
with a small cash payment down.
These lots are almost level and have a
rich soil, producing anything anybody
They are only a
may want to plant.
nl of hundred feet from Nuuanu
avenue and of easy access. A 'bus
runs to the premises. This is a rare
chance to get a good home cheap.
Five lots on lane just above the Queen
Near Kamehameha schools Three inside
wide street on easy
lots on a 25 feet
monthly Installments; cheap.
A large lot with a fine view oa a lood
street; price $1; tmaa tmf.
A magnificent large corner lot with fine
view in the choicest part of Kahili ;
half cash, balance at your own terms.
This is a real bargain.
Four adjoining lota; aggregate area lOOx
200 feet; suitable focaUoo for warehouse;
cheap for cai'i.
A large lot on Slag street.
One and of an acre of laaJ
wet i Issane Asylum
road, dose to Kit street,
room far a large aamber ef cot-
site aa Maaaate atrect. be-
TJt aad Paaaki street.
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THIDJJOVEMBER J9..I9
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EXTRA cum iraiifflKiB.Wi. Mge & Co. The tOhite Hoase w
o o BETTER A STlttWil uiai HINGE AMD HIIIEIff Real Estate . 420 Port Street- I
6 For Thanksgiving Day! v?
6 A GOOD- TOOG MAI to. S I
Delivered to any part of the city Agents
o Telephone 1S2 WASTED. M? GBAND OPENING- ,.,,:a
Saturday Evening, December A
For Boys and Girls.
Santa Claus' Headquarter
Honolulu Tobacco Co.3 Ltd.
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Your faucy and how we satisfy it with
Ii I 0' Bristol and London, EuglaiuL
HO nlLLu Celebratel Brands of Tobacco.
For a cool, delicious CAPS TAN. ' '
smoke try their
it I owe my
is a T&nic art has more
HOttrishiHf qialitles than
any Taiitc or leverage in
i Honolulu Tobacco Go. Ltd. Agts.
in i-----. "",',ws;
Silva & Vivas
Real Estate Agents
NEAR POST OFFICE
OFFER FOR SALE
t A beautiful piece of property,
; corner Beretania and Punchbovrl
House and lot. Kawaiahao
House and lot and one store,
A fine corner lot, corner
and Wilder avenue.
Lot 75x140, Pawaa Tract, facing
-House and lot on Walkiki
Jo Acres land,KalihL
Four "desirable lots Kalihl
For further particulars apply
Four beautiful lo'ts, Kapiolani
Lot 100x100. Kawaiahao street, f
1 2-10 Acres
19 years' lease and bjx modern
cottages 5 minutes' wallc from
15 Acres Jand tat Kalihi, near
W. G. Irwin's pitoperty.
Lot. 80x95, Kalihl. '
Lot, 100x2x0, Kewafi) street.
and lot, Kawaiah i
House and lot,LahewaI stree
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