Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Honolulu republican. (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, June 16, 1901, Part I, Page FIVE, Image 5',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
...For Sale By....
Lewers & Cooke
Allen & Robinson
Wilder & Go.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
T. H. Da vies & Co.
E. O. Hall & Son.
f T ? K " S ' K J K ?' " r" J- S" S S K"
California fiafrjess Shop
Tel. .Main 90
D. O. HAMMON.
174 Kinff St.
Have boon constantly iu the
HARNESS and SADDLERY
BUSINESS sinco 1S&S : : :
Import all kind of Harness
mid American, Spauish and
English Saddles :::::::
lirT SELECTION OF WHITS,
BRUSHES, SPURS. ETC., IN
All Kinds of Repairing Neaily and Fromptly Done.
Many a travelling costume will be the handsomer
by one of these rich eiticoats, and many
a wearer will derive an dded sense of satisfaction
from owning one of them.
They form a most attractive collection these
Skirts. The range of coloring is broad, and
there's no end to the variety of effects produced
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, JUNE i 1901.
i . 4 -si t -4 t . . i -e. .! t t -i -C i i ti s . j . : .sww..
W " a n rin " JBffBi I THE mm 110TEL I
. ti m ii T" as A 11 m m Wi a .jft j vXV f 1
IF YOU CARE
FOR YOUR EYES,
JYou care for oar aid. Onr specialty
is fitting Glasses to relieve strain and
improve the sight Let ns aid yoa to
better vision or the preservation of
Factory on the premises.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
ASS P. TS fGJSOJG.tW
J. H FISHES,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
h COCKTAIL H-
Steam Beer on Draught and Bottled
Occidental Fruit Store
Corner King and Alakea Streets
a-Ico House Goods Eeceived toy Every
Steamer. Tel. Main 149.
One of the drawbacks to securing
tourist travel to Honotata ia the past
was the lack of sufficient hotel accommodations.
Nearly two years ago
a company was organized, known as
the Moana Hotel Company of which
"W C. Peacock & Company were the
chief stockholders, which planned the
erection of magnificent tourist hotel
on the Ocean Beach at WaikikL As
in all enterprises of this kind there
were crokers to declare that
such a hotel woeld not pay.
But as is usual ia every enterprising
community the prophecies of the
croakers did not prove true. The
Moana was opened In March last at
the time of the visit of the Mystic
jumped into great popularity at once.
The Moana is one of the most commodious
and luxurious hotels any
where in the United States. It stands
on the beach at Waikiki and presents
a most imposing front on the popular
driveway that leads from the city to
Diamond Head. The facade is" of
composite architecture embracing a
grand gallery, or portico, which extends
forty feet from the building,
and a series of verandahs. The upper
portion forms a "most graceful
mounting of the main structure.
Around the gallery, below the
are floral festoons in stucco,
while the front walls of the building
are freely ornamented with
of the same composition. . The
panels of the building being of mild
gray and the trimmings of white a
handsome effect is produced. The
main entrance from the road is under
the loftv which is supported
bv Corinthian pillars 30 feet
high. The interior beauties of the
Moana will hold the interest of the
observer for many hours. The guest
enters a grand hall with polished
flooring, walls and ceiling and approaches
the office, which is finished
in oak. At the other side of the spacious
arena he finds the coat room
' and bar roocis. The Utter is a novel
t feature, isasrrach a3 it disposes of
; the tar asd provides a bonffet isith
! tables asd chairs. The parlor has
' elaborate chasdeliers asd in the
ter of Hgat it iasy as rell be said
that tkroaghOHt the whole lover story
raents which are so deftly arranged
that they can be made single or en
on the seaward side a glorious view
Shriners to Hawaii and the house ! of the ocean can be had. On the
MOANA HOTEL. (Waikiki Beach. Honolulu.)
site side of the house a range of towering
mountains and nearly the whole
city of Honolulu comes before the
vision. The scenery viewed from the
higher stories of the Moana is alone
worth a trip from the States. The
worth a trip from the states.
The crowning apartment of th
Moana is the roof garden 120 feet
above the ground, and commanding
an incomparable view of land and sea.
It is lighted by 300 or more lamps at
night and can be seen many miles at
sea. It is a pleasant resort by day
or night and being in communication
with the lower floors by the elevator
an occupant of this exalted station can
have refreshments served within a
minute's call. Such a place is conducive
to rest and, perhaps, laziness.
It is the onlv point from which a true
picture of Diamond Head can be taken,
whether in photograph or oil
Extending seaward from the hotel
and connected by a long covered balcony
are the dining hall, kitchen, refrigerating
apartments, etc. These
important adjuncts are in a large two-story
edifice, on the lower floor of
which are the ice works, butcher shop,
bathing closets and refrigerator rooms
for the storage of provisions. There
and news booth and through the ! Is a long row of dressing rooms for
passage leading from the broad hall i the bathers on each side of the ground
he finds his way to the parlor, billiard j floor, one being for ladies and the
other for gentlemen. Every necessary
convenience is provided and one
may take a hop. skip and a Jump
from his or her apartment into the
booming surf that constantly washes
the soft, sandy shore of Moana beach.
Above the bath rooms is the grand
as well as the upper fioors the most dining hall within easy access of the
liberal provision is made. Every new j main building. The front part is just
device ia electricity has been Intro-; above the breakers. The most liberal
daced: in fact a visitor cannot help i provision is made for daylight and
bat observe the many modern electric light. Three of the walls are
tions alxwt the house that the pro- J ailed with lofty windows, admitting
moters of this modern hotel enter- ' sea air and altowisg an uninterrupted
prise have grasped. The three upper view of the blue Pacific. An elevated
fioors are given to sleeping apart-1 balcony at the moutala end
modates the orchehtrsa daring the
dinner hottr. This apartment is of-
suite, acording to the requirements of ten utilized for a ball room.
guests. Each one is famished with
a bath room and. what Is a further
innovation in hotel luxury, a telephone,
which will transmit a message
to the office or to any telephone subscriber
on the island. From the rooms
The kitchen, which is naturally in
close relationship to the dining hall,
is 49 feet square. Its arrangements
are all that a chef could desire, being
fitted up with the latest Inventions
of work-boards and tables and
affording every means for the speedy
preparation of meals for 360 or more
guests. Leading from the kitchen by
a stairway are rooms for private
breakfast or dinner parties, as well
as separate apartments for small
children and their nurses. The power
house, wherein are generated the
lighting and refrigerating energies of
the Moana. is a substantial building
across the street There is a batterv
iOf two fifty-horse power boilers with
I engine and dynamos to correspond.
tA large room in the power station Is
(given to the laundry.
' The manager of the Moana Is Mr.
i F. M. Smith, formerly manager of the
j Occidental and other hotels of San
Francisco. Mr. Smith Is the ideal
landlord constantly looking after the
; comfort of his guests. He Is assisted
j by an excellent corps of men In every
j department Much of the success of
, the Moana has also been due to Mr.
J. G. Rothwell. secretary of the Hotel
Company. The Moana is not only a
favorite resort for tourists but for "the
people of Honolulu as well. Many
residents of the city are making their
summer home there In preference to
keeping house, while large numbers
repair to this popular Hotel for their j
Sunday dinners, which have gained a i
CTeat reputation for superior excel-,
The Defender Sold as Junk.
From a New York Letter.
The value of a cup defender after
she has won the America's cup and
maintained the honor and supremacy
of Yankee boat building was aired to
day in the supreme court Like the
broken down race horse, the cup
defender was relegated to the junk '
pile after she had outlived her useful-,
ness. and the proud Constitution, now j
In the glory of her first trial, may .
look to her predecessor and sec to ,
what an ignoble end she is doomed.
niiam Strieker Is suing J. Oliver
Iselln to recover $500 commission
claimed on the sale of the Defender.
Mr. Strieker, on the witness stand.
said he had heard Mr. Iselln wanted
. cy.ll Al T J , , .
iw acn luu Lsvu'uuer lor junK. ana ue
Introduced M. Samuels fc Son, who
bought the $150,000 boat of two years
ago for $5,000. The jury, after a few
minutes' retirement returned a verdict
for Mr. Iselln.
Hew England Bakery
Makes Fresh Daily,
HOME MADE PIES, saaM as yoer
mother caad la mine, apple, paach,
berry, tecaoo. pampkia aatf creoa.
They are sapuriar to any parebased
elsewhere aad all hot at 30 o'clock a.
ta. Oar hot dosgaaafci are simply
par excelleac aad raady at S o'clock,
a. in. Trv sobm with yoor noralas
coffee Creaat paffs and Chocolate
eclairs nsady at 11 o'clock a. at
We 5rv hot coffea, Ua
with hot baas. Saalte or
doaghaats. a Ugh, breakfast for Id
cents only. Cote sliced ha teach assorted
for working ata oaty lfc aach.
Commencing from Jaao 1. w will sell
34 loaves of oar hroad tor oa dollar.
Please call up Pboaa 71 aad sad
in your orders.
J. OSWALD IiTJTTJBD
" CTt t 1 TV m4 .. ..a. -
a h"v w wa. UHTD lli
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE
and MONUMENTAL GO. Si:
H. E. HENDRIGK, Prop.
176-180 KING ST.
JS-THONE, XAI2T 2S7.
nificence of the Second Empir!
HEN Napoleon III wooed the brilliant and beautiful Mademoiselle de Montijo lie little knew that HER Empire
should long outlive his own. Yet in all his wise statecraft, perhaps no other deed was so productive of glory
for his Empire and prosperity for France, as the l?admg 01 .Eugenie to the altar 01 Notre Dame. She was the
most beautiful woman of her time; and she was good. Her first public act was to have the six hundred thousand
francs' worth of diamonds offered her by the City of Paris, reserved for the bringing up of poor girls. And with the
deed she won the hearts of her adopted Countrymen, as she had already won their unbounded admiration.
But she did more for France by encouraging the industries of luxury. It was the influence of Eugenie which has
since made Paris the style center of the world.
She wore the most "beautiful toilettes in Europe; and France, which so loved pomp and splendor, adored the new Empress, who gave to them again a
Court of such magnificence as surpassed the world.
The Paris dressmakers have designed a new gown which is so regal in its folds and curves, so splendid in its finished elegance, that they have named it
after their Imperial Mistress "The Empress Eugenie Gown".
Madame, our Dress Maker, receives by almost every mail, miniature models of the latest Parisian creations. They are an interesting display and open
to your examination.
XFAV STYLES IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Resourceful brains aud facile fingers have
been busv preparing this charming and dainty
muslin underwear "for your approval. And
worthv of admiration it is for from these fine
Sheer" Fabrics. Muslin, Cambric and Lawn, these
pretty Insertions, Embroideries and Ribbons
have been conjured the latest fancies for the
Trousseau of the June bride.
The trouseau idea, in fact, is prominent in
this gathering. There are complete seL of
matchmg prices, many of Uiem copied from the
latest Parisian importations of the best workmanship,
and finely fiuished. Titc
usuallv lve low necks and elbow sleeves, with
trimming of ribbon and lace or embroidery, and
arc especially suitable for tropic wear.
Corset "covers, Cliemises. Petttooats and
Drawers and characterised by the same wealth
of variety of style and daintiness of trimming.
by the new rufflings and plaitings. Many the
faithful copies of beautiful French originals.
Prices arc moderate too.
UMBRELLAS FOR MEN AXD WOMEN.
You probably found, last showery day that
you had just one Umbrella too few to go 'round.
Or, may be the wind showed a weakness in the
old one. There are lots of wet days coming!
You know the proverb about preparing for a
rainv dav. You can lav aside almost anv sum
for one of these LTmbrellas
FROM 50 cents to $5.00. 1
The broad or narrow steel studded elastic
belts are fashion's latest fancy. They give a
trim curve to the waist, and make waist bands
forgotten. They are in quite a variety of styles
with imported buckles, some of which are
quite elaboratelv decorated.
NOTION COUNTER, right hand side.
THE NEW SKIRTS.
Made in New York the acknowledged headquarters
for women's tailored garments. Finest
materials, best workmanship, latest style. The
new "French-flare" shape is represented in a
variety of fabrics.
Arfy Arrived SHIRT WAISTS That Are
Bound to Please.
"Perfect Gems." So said a visitor who
chanced along while they were being unboxed
yesterday. Yes, they're the prettiest ever seen
hereabouts. Elaborately pleated, and corded and
embroidered, they present a most ornate
And the colorings! A perfect blending
of harmonious shades.
If there's a really good kind of corset that's
not included in this stock, we would like to be
informed of it. We haven't all the kinds that arc
made that would be an impossibility. It would
be unwise, too, because there are a great many
"no account" Corsets. This store sells there
kinds these ood kinds:
AUGUSTINE. . '
WARNER'S RUST PROOF,
O. B. VENTILATING. BASEMENT.
It's great collection of Neck-dressings this
season. Some very elaborate prices from the
fashion centers cost as much as some entire
dresses do. Others are within the reach of the
slimest purses. The stock is strongest, tho in
the popular priced numbers.
RIGHT HAND AISLE rear.
COTTON DRESS FABRICS.
We always keep in close touch with the cotton
mill men. It enables us to give you the
newest creations in cotton fabrics as soon as they
are produced. Incidentally it enables us to catch
a bargain occasionally. Like this one for instance
1. 000 Yards Fine Quality Cotton Dotted Swiss
embroidered dots of washable silk in pink,
blue, yellow and black, 25 cents per yard.
DRESS GOODS COUNTER right hand aisU.
POCKET BOOKS Very Little Prices.
No need to carry a soiled or scuffed purse
when a new one may be so economically obtained.
There are fifty styles to cltoose from and
they are all "stvlish" ' stvles. The prices are
very low. NOTION COUNTER.
RIBBONS All Kinds.
Ribbons for every Ribbon need. Plain Ribbons,
fancy ribbons, narrow ribbons, wide ribbons.
This Ribbon stock is complete- The silkworm
would be chagrined if he ever heard how
low some of his products are selling.
RIBBON COUNTER right hand.
Wing Wo Tiii & Co.
CHINESE aad JAPANESE
FINE - DREJJ - SILKS
FINE MANILA CIGARS.
Mattings, Camphorwood Trunks. Hat-
tin Chairs, Vases, Chinese
and Japanese Teas.
Telephone 266. P. O. Box 345.
& MARSH, JLtcl. J