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Progress Block, Fort Street
PIANO TUNER .
FORTY years practice. References if
desired. All kinds of Musical
Timed and Repaired.
Office With the Hawaiian Iron Fence
and Monumental Co. 176 to 180 b.
King Street, Lincoln Block. Phone
Residence Occidental Hotel. Phone
The Union Express Co.,
Office with Evening Bulletin.
210 KiiiR Street -:- -:- Telephone 86.
Wo movo sares, pianos and furniture.
We haul freight ami lumber.
Wo sell black imd white sjuid.
We meet all incomiiiKcoaststeamers,
wo check bagKago on all outgoing
Metropolitan Meat Co.
108 KING STREET.
Q. J. WAIiUSB, -
Tholesalo and KeUvil
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
OFFICE OOORS: S to 10, 1 to 3,
7 to S. t
SDNDAYST: 0 to 1L '
Aslor House Restaurant
CornorKing S Alskca Strcctt. !
f -. - &"- I r
e Covers at 40cts
e Covers at 75cts
1lj 500 Dozen Ladies' Fancy Border Handkerchisfs at 50cts. a dozen
o dt Ladies' Crash and Duck Oress Skirts To close oot at great re-
OiU ductions; 50cts, Ms and JOcts a Skirt
;lTU Colored Lawns in Fast Colors, in large variety of patterns, re?-
V n Uar 15cts Goods. We nil offer this week at 8 per fi.
lioods oispiayeQ in our winnows
Ladies' Shirt Wast Sale.
Prices cut in ha t.
THE HONOLULU REPUBLIC&N, SATURDAY, DECEMBER i, 1900.
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"The Light That
For air Kinds of Work
(LAND AND MARINE) .
' lyiamos and Machinery
(THE UNION ENGINE)
Sole Agents: THE YON HAM lro4TG CO. LTD.
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Beautify Your Home.
Enhance the Value of Your Property
By Installing MM. HOT ln YUr Hm8
NO ODOR j vW
mm ss mm Rt
To make room for constantly increasing stock
Inducements and Un
we are offering Special
heard-of Bargains in
Dr. W. H. MAYS QhMMi, -Inri &s . &M ims, Etc.
Meal8 served at aH'fi'ours.
First classpn every, detail
! ah: chuck.
P. 0. Box 144.
. Steam Engines
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS. COOL-KRS,
BRASS mmA LSAD CASTINGS,
awl MachiaeiT f eTery deacdirtioa
madeto order. Particalar atteatkm
paid to ship's blacksadtalBS. Job
work executed o slurtest sotice..
J. H. F1SUJSH,
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HAWAII'S WJWJC SCHOOLS.
Very Cosmopolitan in "ersnnel and
Correspondence of Bosioa Transcript-
Last Jnne I went throngs the fine
new Kalalani nablic school In Ha'srau.
named for the lamented Princess Kai
clad. This has papils from, the begin
ners in the ibirest primary to a class
ready to enter the high school, and it
these rooms -are sav side by side children
of all sorts of nationalities, and
all having thfr same care and training:
and learning to be good American citi
zens. Observing the. little people In
the primary department gave tho
clearest idea of the diScalties to e
faced. Here were the little almond
eyed, beqneued mites from China, tiny
Japs In picturesque kimonas. shy na
tire children bedecked in lets, nn
kempt Portuguese and many oth?i
kinds of little humans which the census
man alone can sort out. All these
yield to the sway of a gentle teacher,
and substitute for their various dia
lects the difficult English, which falls
sweetly from their lips and is patiently
repeated "seventy times seven."
As we visited the highest room tc
the building, listened to the intelligent
recitations and remembered that these
students had come from just such ma
terial as we saw in the first grade.
we knew that training and patient endeavor
tell. Some of the most interesting
and successful students in our
schools are the children of mixed Ha
waiian and Chinese parentage, and
there are many such now in the
schools. They have the attractive
wavs of the natives, combined with
the patience and industry ot the Chi
nese. All the Chinese children rank-high
as students, and the young Chi
nese now growing up will make excel
The high school is doing work to oe
proud of. and has found a home in the
fine mansion of Mrs. Berhice Pauahi
Bishop, a native princess who died r
few years ago. The spacious rooms
were easily converted into schoo!
rooms, and the extensive grounds, full
of rare trees "and flowering shmbs.
give plenty of outdoor space. They
took me to the roof and showed me r
wonderful view of city, mountain and
And lastly comes the normal schoo
to crown the system. This is training
the young Hawaiian teachers and sum
mer schools are held for those who arc
busy during the year. Kindergarten?
have not yet bees laconcatcd hrto ta
psbllc schools, bat dosbUew wtu ee
before loag. There are several goo
ones suported by prime geaenwHy
and presided over by traiaea msaer
gartners frosa the States
Manual training is now recwuss
-.... strpntios in all the schools. 1
think I have never seea sore practical
work dose In this line ra aay schools.
On every pablic school noase la tie
Inlands Boats the American Sag. given
by the Grand Army of the Republic
From a neighboring school rooaa I of
ten hear the strains' of
fioat out on the summer air, and these,
.town, black, yellow and white chit
dren are gaining each month a widei
knowledge of and a deeper love for th
grand republic whicfi spreads the aeis
of its wings over them.
Monthly Stock Report.
The monthly report of the Hono
lulu Stock Exchange shows a greatlj
increased business as compared with
the business done in October. Durin
November there were transferred at
the Exchange the following shares th
highest and lowest prices obtaining
anrinjr the month being given. Ewa
2170 at 27 1-4 to 2S 1-2; Haw'n Sugar.
515 at 39 to 3? 1-2; Honomu, 55 at 150;
Knhnicu. 310 at 23 to 24 1-2; Kihel. as
sess.. 335 at 9 1-4 to 16; Kihei. paid
S at 15; McBryde. assess., 1230 at t
to S IS; McBryde, paid. 570 at 12 l-l
to 14; Oahu. 5S2 at 14a to 175;
110 at 15 to 15 1-2; Olaa. assess.
1400 at 3 1-2 to 5; Olaa, paid, 410 at 13
3-4 to 15 3-4; Pioneer Mill, 155 a
145 to 152 1-2; Waialua Agri. Co- 126?
at 112 to 126; I. I. S. N. Co.. 5 at 123
1-2; Haw'n Electric, assess.. 11 at 60;
O. R. & L. Co.. 30 at ISO to 130; Hawaiian
Gov't 6 per cent bonds. 17,500
at par; O. R- & L. Co.. 6 per cent
bonds. 10.500 at 101 1-2.
May Revive Death Penalty.
DENVER, Nov. 21. The movement
to reinstate capital punishment in the
statutes of Colorado nas received a
great impetus from the murder of Lou
ise Frost at Limon and the awiui
.nching that followed the confession
of her murderer. A bill with this
is now betas drawn and, its advo
cates will make an aggressive fight for
its enactment at the coming session of
the legislature, By this bill hanging
will be made the penalty for murder,
and possibly also for assaults such as
that committed upon Louise Frost
previous to her murder.
$ I as'
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These lots arc offered for sale
At Very Reasonable Prices
Terms kr suit purchaser. For further particulars,
W. E. BIVENS.
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
are the best obtainable,
and are sold at most moderate
variety of supplies you
wish, you will find it
here, embodying the
sterling qualities of reliability,
TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES CO.
327 Sfeatgeaoy Strwt, -
Sb Fraacaco. CL
ib The Hawaiian Nsws Co., Ltd.
Good Serviceable BiGydes
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Sole Agents -:- .nawaiuui xaxiuiuo. m
I Whytako a chance on a cheap tin wheel sold at
""--. when you can get a 1
standaril make from a dealer who will guarantee
CALL AND SEE OUR $10.00 WHEELS
r E. O. HAM & SO?, liimited
TUHYGLE DEFT- next to Bulletin Otlice.
PER S. S. NIPPON Mtfft!
We received. a new line of
Silks,. Table Covers,
Doilies, Pajamas, Kimo nas,
LaGiuer and flriyHmony are
of the latest pattern.
We invite you to inspect these goods whether you purchase or not
ASADA & CO., Hotel St.
HLL SILK GRENADINE
Fine patterns; S2.50;undjup?pcryanl
SILK HND WOOL CREPON
85e. and up per yaui
NOTTINCHHM LHCE CURTHINS:
for 50c. and up per pai
LHDIES4 SHOULDER CHPES
A full line at $5.00 and up
These joods nro all impoited from Engluutl.
THE BARGAIN STORE
ALBERT BLOM, Proprietor
Fort and Beretania Stree t
Opposite the Fire
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Lino
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance"Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire andLife).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line ot Packets from Liverpoo
flEHKY iPPFAGTUW GO.
Do Your Mattresses Sag?
make them as good as new at a Terr
If so bring them to us; we can
Old Ice Factory, Young St.
GRAND CLEARANDE SALE
For ono month only in all linea commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains in Grass Cloth (varions colors). Handkerchiefs
(embroidered). Heavy Pongee Silk for Shirts or Skirt, etc
G00 KIM. 210 Nuuwn St '
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