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title: 'The Honolulu republican. (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, November 29, 1900, Page 7, Image 7',
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HANAN & SONS'
took First Prize itt the
vGlnerny's Shoe Store
Miss M. E. Killean
Hotel Street, Arlington Block.
Beautiful Sets of German Table
C Linch.fWc alV special' attention .-'To "
Tea Sets with Napkins to match:
Jf you want to seo our latest
Orapdis! You They
A Rub -that was worth yesterday
$24.00-and is reduced today to
Z- Q Is certainly Interesting. to know. We
l " O have about one dozen left of last
0 year's stock. They all have been re-
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO juctHj to actual cost. They are not
O moth eaton, but we are simply tired
Q of showing the same old patterns.
Switzerland manufactures the most beautiful
Gllrt&iniS.$ BcforVUie.tarifftoolF effect we im-ported
a few beauties. Some at $2g Si pSLIf
Famed for Qomfort
Famed for Fit
ffeat, Snappy, Dsirabl?
Iade for HI Seasons
Jimes 2r)d places
This Greatest of American Slues
V' IUES W'D cpiwiE 5TYI.es THAT
ARE WHAT YDU ARE AFTER
We cau satisfy you
in our uew stock of
As wo have the latest
We cordially invito all the
Ladies of Honolulu to call
and inspect our goods.
are all cut in 12 yards lengths.
will not find a pattern like it
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THE HONOLULU TiEHmttCAX, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER jo, 1900;
WITH A BOTTLE OF WINE
CREAM OF CHICKEN
CODFISH, FAMILY STYLE
,'1 in.. 9. Jr- ", is
-. .ENTREES -
CHICKEN PIE AUX FINS HERBES
TURKEY A LA PEREGORDE
PRIME OF BEEF
SUGAR CORN TARO
' SWEET' POTATOES
HOT MINCE PIE
s.fpr gr ':
Sid. ,Boyd, ex-chef of tlie
S. S. Australia, has a host of
friends and would, like to see
them all; at tnat date, not for-getting
THINK DELEGATE WILCOX CERTIFICATE
IS HELD, BACK
FOR ULTERIOR MOTIVE.
Torchlight Procession And All Farewell
Luaus Have Been Indefinitely
Postponed Comparison of
of Delegate and Lobbyist.
The parade of the taenbers of the
Independent party and the finaL luan
to Delegate-elect Robert W. Wilcox
have been postponed once niore. froin
sheer necessity. Mr. Wilcox has been
compelled to also postpone hfs departure
for Washington from
to some future date. It would be
useless for him to go to Washington
without his credentalls and these are
still being denied him by Secretary
Cooper and Governor Bole. Until
these officials deliver to Mr. Wilcox
his certificate of election the torchlight
parade will not be held nor will
there be any further luaus.
The Indepenaent voters are moved
by an intense indignation because
they believe that the Territory officials
jire trifling in the matter and
are doing so for the purpose of keeping
Mr. Wilcox from taking his seat
as long as possible and with a view of
causing him to arrive late in the session
and to that extent lose prestige.
"U Sam Parker had been elected,
said a prominent Independent, yes
terday, "he would have been given a
certiOcate promptly and would jiow
be in Washington, ready to take his
seat on Monday next, when Congress
will convene. Our people feel that
this is a petty revenge the officials
are taking and are justly incensed
"There are only two precincts to oe
heard from. These cannot materially
affect the result. If, however, all the
returns must be in before the certificate
is issued, why not take the boxes
of those two precincts before the Su
preme Court, as was done in two oth
er instances in this campaign, and
have the question settled once for all.
That could be done on Friday morning
and thus enable Mr. Wilcox to get
away on the Rio on Saturday. It Is
my opinion that if this boy's play is
continued there are some men here
who will live to regret it"
There is no doubt that, the natives
are very much worked up over the delay
and many people' who voted
against Wilcox are espousing his
cause, now that he is elected.
"The majority rules," said a prominent
Democrat, yesterday. "I was op
posed to Bob, but he got the votes
and I say give him a chance. He can
do Hawaii no harm and may do it
good. However that may be, he has
been elected and it is the duty of the
Territorial officials to assist him "1
getting to his post as speedily as possible..
"True, William Haywood, by the
grace of the planters and the Chamber
of Commerce, is 'doing the rush
act' on his millionaire employers and
declares that .he must get to Washington
in time to 'save the Islands from
going to the demnition bowwows,
it must be confessed that lobbyists
are rated at a pretty low estimate iu
Washington. Congressmen are getting
afraid of them, if they represent
large money interests, and if they attempt
to do business on jawbone they
soon give them the go-by. The
elected by the people si
ways has a standing, and an Independent
from Hawaii is sure to -receive
consideration from a man like
Mr. McKinley, who is a past master
in the science and art of politics. He
will never cast aside a man who can
run away with the votes to counsel
with a paid lobbyist, and it will be
well for those in authority in Hawaii
to bear this fact in mind."
These may be partisan and querulous
remarks, but they are surely
(.founded on considerable truth. The
Independents certainly mean to get
Mr. Wilcox away to his duty on Satar--day,
if it is possible to do so.
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-Mrs. Walton Is III In Seattle.
H. F. Walton, of the Peerless Paint
Company, has received word from Seattle
that Mrs. Walton is seriously .'11.
She has been in that city for about
five months and she seems to have
remained a little too long, encountered
those chiily penetrating
fogs which have brought on her illness.
Mr. Walton has decided to
leave for Seattle on the next steamer
and' either bring Mrs. Walton back to
Honolulu ifsh'e is able to travel, or
take her at once to southern California.
T. Hinata, of the Hiroshima Immigration
Co., left for his home in Japan
in theChina after a few weeks stay.
He made an investigation into the
immigration business in the Territory.
A Great Medicine.
? "I have used Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and find
it to Ik a great medicine," says Mr. E.
S Phipps-of Poteau. Ark. "It cured me
of bloody flux. I cannot speak too highly
of ir," This remedy always wins the
good opinion, if not praise, of those who
use it. The quick cures which it effects
even in the most severe cases make
it a favorite everywhere. For sale by
Benson, Smith & Co general agents.
Territory of Hawaii.
WHEX YOU WANT A
jt 4 '.
. . .
A bis bill at the Orphean toaighi.
is expected hoate ia the
A. chamber raaid is waated. See
isacd concert at the Capitol grooads
this morning and at tac Hawaiian
Robert Shingle has gone to Maal to
turn the Enos property orer.to the
Heavy rains down the road haTe
disorsanlted the operating of the
Le Progres lodge of Masons worked
on the Entered Apprentice degree las't
L. B. Kerr &: Co. has now oa ex
hibition a large assortment of toys
of all description.
Don't fail to see L- B. Kerr &. Co-'s
large assortment of Christmas toys.
They are now on display.
Get your livery rigs from the Ter
ritory Stables, King street- Telephone
Main 35. Fair prices-Grand
opening of The White House-
toy department Saturday evenin?.
The electric cars on Pacific Heights
will run every twenty minutes today.
Fare five cents each way.
The Honest Bazaar. King street, opposite
Union Grill, is selling toys tf
all descriptions below cost-The
Labor picnic at Pearl Harbor
has been postponed from today until
a more propitious season.
Take your Thanksgiving dinner at
the Union Grill today. See menu pub
J. A. McCandless, Superintendent of
Public Works, has gone to Hilo, on
U. S. AND EUROPEAN MAILS
Will be dispatched as per postal sched
tile and contain supplies of our "Ha
waiian Souvenir Art Calendar" for
1901. Edition limited. New subjects
better than ever. Strictly high class
work. Best calendar yet produced.
Don't fail to mail one to the friends
at home. Wall Nichols Co., Ltd.
Extra Mince Pies,
Plain Mince Pies,
Turkeys, Pigs and Chickens Roasted.
Phone: Blue 3091.
Mrs. D. W. Roach .
Parlor C. A. llldtiliigcr.
Hotel Street, 'car Fort.
HOT -BATHS- COLD
G. H. BROWN
Estimates made ou everything in the
Office Territorial Stables Building, King
PHONE MAIN 48.
Nature, which Is more 1:1ml to ue
thnu we arc tmrselve, has given to
mankind a iwrtectly pure, cooling
and healthful water, which bubblra
clear a crystal from tlio springs at
Oronado, California, where It Is bottled
freh n It comes from nature's
laboratory. It dues not require to
1-e carbouated wlln artificial. ga to
make It sparkle. Nature herself
makes It all sparkling. '
Gvcunailo crater acta as- a polrcnt
for orcanlc matter which uftenUmcs
sew Into tho synwm and causes bail
bl'.l. indlcC)Uon ami that "tired
feeling It asslraUates perfectly
with the gastric Juice tf the stomach,
thereby aiding dlgentlon. At
the present time Coronado Water
will proro lnmluablo to th residents
of the Hawaiian Islands, who. since
the recent storm, are drinking water
hCATlly charged with organic matter.
CASES OF "
50 Quart Bottles $8.00
100 Pint Bottles - -- 9.00'
DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR
Hobron Drug Co.
Cor. Fort and KingSts.
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THE PEOPLE'S PROVI
1 1 Sads
y-OU CAN INVARIABLY BUY FBQMfUS.A
single yard or Article at less than Wholesale
prices. There is jeertainly o one store, qr combination
of stores, can quote prices -that we cannot
match and ottimes go one bettor. All that we
ask is, that the Ladies Examine Our
We have suilicieni confidence in the Styles
and Qualities 01 Our Wares to know that it is utterly
impossible to match them, let alone beat
We have some genuine surprises in values in
S. S. Saclis Dry
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OU STOCK OF
is larger ami more complete thnu any other stock in Honolulu
Delivery and Express Wagons,i
Farm Wagons, Dump Carts,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
We invite you to inspect our stock whether you
want to buy now or later. 4.
We are Solo Agent for the STUDEBAKER GOODS.
Merchant-Street,- between Fort and Alakea Streets.
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TOtnrO STREET, bet. Alapai and
Xewly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. TelephoneBluo 3371-
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Bit fiooi Co;
Ooods Co., Ltd.
u full lino of
Silent Barber lop
f AxUzyrton Block, : i : Hotal St
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