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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. JANUARY r, ijoa
IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY
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w. C Williamson "or-Amherst. Ya,
The OLIVER TYPEWRITER
rPI I I TTI1I j-S- - sTs: Tar xaore than a.!
ilJ: Ul-iri iUlJjL xear Cffere i' --mfege. I Wed
.aamoenajns fats Etna and It eare
; meat&e relwf, wht h alt other reme-
dies had failed to da"
JPPLIGJSTS FOR THE POSITION
HILO ORGANIZES JOCKEY GLUB
Tlie Extra Comfort
The Extra Wear
The all round satisfaction you get from wearing a pair, of those
high grade, perfection shoes, is like finding money.
When you buy anything, and are satisfied with it. you feel happy.
Is everything in the world, you can only get this, from a pair of
HANAN'S high grade shoes.
lYklnerny's Shoe Store
SUGAR MEN MOVING FROM
Work en New Lcdps Building in Wai
luku Progresses Rapidly Four
Weddings in Two Days Steamers
Supersede Sailing Vessels in Ka
hului Trade Wailuku Bank.
fft, iM. i .. 9 fc v .TjT "-
BETHEL STREET WAY
AT NO 116
With the same old sign on the winaowi, and
A Brand New Stock of....
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTH and MATTINGS.
you will find
We are handling all
' kinds of
(Any duality Any Quantity.)
Paint and "Wall Paper
f SrETtAE, CORRESPO.VnESCE.1
WAILUKU. Jan- 10. There are
several applicants for the position of
tchool teacher in the Wailuku Union
school, made vacant by the resigna
tion of Miss M. R. Nape, now- Mrs.
Field Among those who have ap
plied for the position are Mrs. S. B.
Harry, Mrs. T. B. Lyons and Miss
Carsey Culbert. No appointment has
as yet been made to fill the vacancy.
Miss Culbert is a school teacher at
Paia, "but sne prefers the location at
Wailuku. Mrs. Hrry. nee Miss Net
ty Reis, taught for about three years
at Paia and at- Nahiku. She has a
cood knowledge of the methods of
teaching, and her many friends wculd
be pleased to see, her appointed.
The different cemeteries in Wailu
ku are in quite a dilapidated state.
Both the foreign cemetery in Iao val
ley and the Catholic burial grounds
are covered with, wild grasses, and
steps should be taken by those inter
ested to have God's acre taken care
of in a better manner.
A. W. Shearer Married.
PEOPLE IN THE RAINY CITY
REVEL IN BERGER'S
New Ice Cream "artors.
U- G- CatnarTno .eent!r nvn-
; td np a dainty and neat Ice cream
! parlor, comer oT A akea and Klnc.
Everything ctean ami
cr.eam. cool drinks. -tc
Don't fall to
Read Soard at Ncrth Hito Faces
Trcuble Occasioned by Rece
Floods Postmaster Celebrates
His Fiftieth AnniversaryCane J IMPORTER iHJ DEiLER IX
Loader on Exhibition. 'JAPANESE PR VIRIONS '
: and General Merchandise t
HILO. Jan, 10, 1902. Track laying s - t
in the mill yard of the Olaa Sugar JAPANESE LIQUOR, direct from,
Co. was finished under the superln- KOBE. JAPAN.
tendence of W. H. Lambert last sce Agents for ryoko MASAMUN2.
Connections with the main
Simplicity-, durability, sped and
manifolding power are conceded
to be the four great essentials la
a typewriting machine. We pre
sent to the public THE OLIVER
as the litest and most striking
embodiment of these features, and
the most radical departure from
other methods of construction.
Examine this up-to-date mi
dline before deciding upoa a. pur
chase of aa inferior make.
'Wall,. TifckQte pp., itd.
Agents for Territory of Hawaii.
THE KASH CO.,LTD
Incomes another vestertluv,
tomorrow will become another
totlnv. don't wait for tomorrow but
Here are n few sensible suggestions for Holiday Gifts:
Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Silk Hose, Underwear,
Shirts, Pajamas, Ties.
All tho above
and many more useful gifts are to be
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
Mam 9 6 "and Main 376
23 and 27 Hotel Street ad Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
On last Saturday and Sunday there
were at least four weddings at Wai
luku. On Saturday a Porto Rican
and a Portuguese couple were mar
ried. On Sunday afternoon at three
o'clock, A. W. Shearer, of Camp V,
Spreckelsville, was married to a
young Portuguese girl about 14
years of age. They were united in
the bonds of matrimony by the Rev
erend Father Libert, after which they
and their invited friends proceeded to
Camp V, where thev celebrated the
occasion of their union. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherer have the best wishes of all
Work on the now lodge building
has been progress'ng quite rapidly.
Mr. Brown, the contractor, has taken
the work iu hand with earnestness,
and there is no doubt that the build
ing will be finished within the re
quired time. Most of the frame work
is up now. This wil b? about the
biggest building in Wailuku when
completed. The lower lloor will be
rented for stores and other business
occupations, and the upper floor will
be a big hall with the necessary ante
rooms. The upper floor will be rent
ed occasionally for dances and other
End of Spreckelsville.
The office of the H. C. & S. Co. has
b"n moved from Spreckelsville to
Camp V where the new mill is sit
uated. This marks the beginning of
thf end of the town of Sureckelville.
The management and other residents
of Spreckelsville, connected with the
H. C. &. S. Co., have also shifted quar
ters, and it will be within a verv
sliort time when Spreckelsville will
be considered a very small village.
For a few davs during the past
week light southerly winds have pre
vailed. A Kona was anticipated, but
the scare was relieved when a north
erly wind sprang up on Thursday
night. accompanied by light rain
Steamers Supersede Sailers.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin. cashier of the
First National Bank of Wailuku. re
ports that he Is doing a much better
business than he expected to do. He
states that the bank will be a paying
Investment, and he is trying"to get
as much of the Japanese trade as possible.
It is reported that, within a few
months, sailing vessels will not be
used very frequently to carry mer
chandise from San Francisco to Ka-
n umui. ii is stated that steamers will
0 j take the places of sailing vessels, and
O i flQ fhdCO nnivft n,AU -.-.-I:.. xi
i, -..w, ....., muvu VUJIIK. UlSH
v' sailing vessels, they are preferable.
provming me rreight rates are not
much higher than those of Wiling
Everybody should have one of
of our American Russia Leather
A diary is almost indispensable
to the business and social man.
If you have never kept one begin
the New Year right by doing so.
When you once begin you will won
der how you have got along with
Best "Excelsior" Dairies, in
American Russia Leather, Imita
tion Russia and Black Cloth.
Pocket size ... 75c to $2.00
Office . . . . .$1.00 to 3.00
line of the Hilo Railroad and -placing
some switches, which had to be made
in the car shops. Is all that remains
to be done. The portable tracks for
the Puna Sugar Co. were left in San
Francisco and will arrive here on the
Santiago. It is possible that the Olaa j
Company will loan track to the Puna '
Company so that there will be no i
long delay in the matter of shlpp'ng'
cane from Puna to Olaa. The wagon
road at 13 miles Olaa, from the Vol
cano road to the track, is almost fin--ished
and work on the depot at Fern-;
dale will begin within a week.
To Organize Jockey Club. J
Hooluulu Park will probably pass
from the control of the Volcano ,
Stables & Transportation Company
into the hands of a Jockey Club now j
in process of organization in this
city. jTwo meetings have been held,
at which the terms on which the
property was to pass, were discussed.
The Jockey Club if organized will be
come the owner of the race track j
property and become responsible fori
Two meetings were called for the
purpose this week, but not enough in- (
lerest was taken to warrant making j
any plans. It is probable that some-1
thing will be don1 later and in time
for the next race meeting.
Band at Hilo.
The past week has been a week of
musical excess for Hilo. Th people
have drur.S deep at Captain Brg r'e
fountain and biddine the genial kap
pelmeister and his aggregation of
musicians good bye this morning, the
parting will be accompanied with
The dress parade of Company D.
N.G.H., preceded by the full military
baud on Mrnday night, attracted a
large crowd of people along the line ,
of march and at the .drill grounds.'
Nearly the full compliment of men
appeared ia line and they were put -
through the tactics by Captain Fetter,
Hilo's baseball team may expect a
challenge from the Maui team to play
two games at Wailuku on Washing-1
Repairs foi North Hilo Rcad3. ',
The Road Board of Xorth Hilo has ,
had troubles of its own since the last '
big flood which washed out seven i
culverts between Laupahoehoe and
Waiakamala. The damage caused
lequlred plans for temporary repairs,
and permanent improvements. ;
Sunday, January 12, will be tho
fiftieth anniversary of the arrival of
Prstmaster Severance to these Isl
amis. The day will be properly re-.i
membered in the Severance home.
A Chinese who was convicted of
rape in 1S90. and sentenced to life
imprisonment by Judge Wilder, and
whose case became one of the famous
"tmlicit irn norml,, .-.ac..-. : TT.-.1..1., I
. U..U....U.. Irkutsk. wu IU I1UUUIUIU, i
will be up for trial before Judge Lit-.
tie leday. His victim was a little t
Fortugucse girl at Laupahcehoe. ' Cars
Mr. I. brnckson exhibited a cane . o.4o, 6:15, 6:45 a. m.,
loader yesterday at noon at Ponoha-' minutes thereafter till
"hrntp Main S2
On the way to the Post Office.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Ganadian-Australian Steamship Line
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Go.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Lins of Packets from Liverfocl
I Best Roofixxjcj
A Straw Hat
is tne most kumfortable and E
kooiest Kind of Head Gear for a
klimate like ours.
Get any style, shape or quality
made to trder to suit your build
Straw Hat Manufacturer.
Nuuanu St. Opp. .Sayegusa's
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Herring-Bone Expanded Metal Lath
'Hawaiian Trading'Co., Limited
$ MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS.
v 1142 Fort Street .-. .-. .-. ... ... Lovo Buildinir.
c . -:y:'r"ty
I Tramways Time Table,
Fred Philp & Bro.
629 King St. WRIGHT BLDG.
30 in. Gdage 14 ibs. Rails
36 in. Guage 20 lbs. Raijs
MARTIAL LAW AT BACELONA.
If JackfcM Ko..
Serious Disturbances Between Stri
pers and Civil Guards.
MADRID, Jan. 4 Martial law will
be proclaimed tonight in Barcelona
and its vicinity. Already there have
been serious disturbances between
the strikers and the civil guards and
a uumuer 01 persons nave oeen woun-
Qjded and many arrests made.
01 A general strike Sn all trades has
Qi been decreed In snnrnr. nt nl -.
king metal workers. Bodies of stri
kers are constantly parading the
streets end pelting the workshops
and factories with stones, necessita
ting the calling out of cavalry to res
tore order. The tramways have sus
wal and Pleasant streets which he ,
claims will greatly cheapen the pro-.
cess of loading cane in the fields.
GOVERNOR SHAW WILL ACCEPT.
To Assume Treasury Portfolio the
Latter Part of the Month. j
the Month. !
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4 Governor'
Leslie M. Shaw, of Iowa, who was ia , n:1
leave waiklkl for Town at
and every 15
and 11:45 p. m. from Waiklkl go tc
the Punahou Stables.
I Cars leave Rifle Ranee" or Pawaa
switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter till 11:08
Cars leave Fort, and King streets
corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and
every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p. m
Cars leave for Palama only at 5
and 5:30 a. m.
Cars leave Palama f r Waiklkl at
i 5:45 a. m. and every 15 minutes til
1-J Tt r . -in.-l- i -n.-l
mnfor .i. o-,..- n ,-'""' " '"-" " '".Jo ana ju:-k-.
l .77 --" - i p. m. The 11:15 p. m. from Palama .
about two hours today, going over ror Punahou only goes to Waiklkl on '
affairs of the Treasury Department Saturdays. I
and then left with the Secretary for! Cars 'leave Fort and King street?
the White House, said it had been de-! Ser for Rifle Range at 5:20 and j
cided that he should take charge of'a:!.0:
iSS"- D"Knmnt -the " : -Sf ? SIS.
lugiani. nrprr 15 nlnnt m in.n- ..
,.,.. . . i-i -" """ " iv-vs p. . men
ne naa not contemplated , at 10:35 and 11:05 n m. Th ii..t
P- m. goes to Waikiki on Saturdays-only.
A rnll Line of
I HART & GO., Ltd.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Finest resort in the city.
SODA VATER AND ICE CREAM
Made from Pure Fruit Syrupe.
CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS.
Soaps. Bridles. Bibs. Spurs
Harness Oil and Dressing. Gall
Cure. Campbell's Hoof Remedy.
Elliman's Embrocation. H. H. H.
Liniment. Etc.. Etc.
I. FRESH MEAT iRKEF
Supplied dally with fresh killed meats
A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
FRUITS, ETC., ETC.
Orders delivered to any part of tho
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON
ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN.
C a. YEE HOP & CO.
Corner Beretcnia and Alaxea.
2651. Phone Bute 25'
any changes in the official force here
d did not know he would have occa-,
sion to consider such changes. He(BERETAN!A STREET AND
said he regretted exceedingly that, ANU, VALLEY.
Secretary Gage had decided to leave ; Cars leave Punahou stable for Tmm
line treasury Department.
Call un fnone IS-and jcet our firures
Uookbindinjr and Rulimj. Republican
601 Queen Street, cor. South.
Headquarters for Honolulu Primo
Beer. In bottles and on draught Al-
5:40, 5:50, 6:10. S:20. 6:40, 7 and 7:"0i 7S Ice-CoW- We can Se you the
m. ' j beat g!as-of Beer in town.
at 5:30 and for Town and Valley, at
Cars laare Oahu College for Town
and Valley at 6:30. 6:0 and 7:10 a..
The Carnegie Institution.
WASHINGTON." Jan, 4-r-Secretary r
Hay and several cthPr gentlemen in-;ni, ana every 10 minutes till 10:10
terested in the fund of 110.000,000 P- m- except the even hour and- half- ..... ... .....
to be presented to the United Ststesi ho" whf ran the Stabls 'TlfE AL0H1 SALOON
by Andrew Carnegie to be used to-K..aruua?oVa"7nat,6:.10' Bl,Wil" tUUH
adtuee the cause of education, met, 5taKl0V m
at the State Drpartment today to' Cars leave. Fort and Onen tTat
consider the matter. Articles of in-1 for Punahou College at 6:05, 6:25 For a Good, Tasty Schooner
.. i 5:4o a- m.. and everr 10 minutes after! .
Honolulu Iron Works Go
Germania Saloon '-STAM ENGINS-
BOILERS. SUGAR MJLLS. COOL
ERS, BRASS and LEA'D CASTINGS,
and MacLinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blck3tn!thing. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Bearer . Lunch . hml
DOITX BY THE IRO. ITORKS
H. J. nolte, : : :
isrnnratinn -or& cnhmlmsj nA &Annt.
ed anil -JH ha filoA or nniu Tha f '
name of the incorporation will fri
the Carnegie Institution.
O.JC -. -. . .i . M--'
phe i " - " rtticr uiai ie chtsi-- jc
ituu iu e ouiDie up to i:ud p. m
which Is. the last car from Tow
j reaching the Stable at 11:30 p. m.
. Just received a new lot of celebrated
i five ceit mm
ILEMME BRO!., Prseriitirs.
Alltton, Union de Crfja,
Grand Republic, Etc
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