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The Independent. [volume] (Honolulu, H.I.) 1895-1905, May 10, 1900, Image 3

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LOCAL AND QSNEEAIi NEWS
R Wally Davis was aequillod by
Iho Ilawaiian jury this afternoon
Honolulu Me3ongor Sorvico da
livnr messages and paakages TVls
Phono H7R
10x1 Bleached SFooTiuRs 20 cents
a yard for one ivook only at L 13
Kerr Co Queon stroot
A grand oppprtunity to roplonioh
your oliootiuK8 and pillow nasiugs
for one week only at Kerr Co
Dont fail to ring up Telephone
441 American Messenger Service if
you havo any messages or packages
to dolivon
When you want a hack ring up
191 On that stand you will get a
rnlinhlo and good driver a lino hack
and no overcharging
Spnrtal bargainn for the gentlo
mn Elats and Caps Shirtp Collarn
Cuffs and Nnk Tiep for one wool
only at L B Kerr As Co Queen
Street
The City Carriage Co is now in
the Hyery business It has buggies
Riirreyo wagons otc on hand nt all
hours of tho day or night
phono 113
Kentuckys famous Jeasse Moore
Whiskey unequalled for its purity
and excellence On sale at any of
the saloons and at Lovojoy Co
distributing agents for tho Hawaiian
iglnnrla
The case of Reia and Camara
charged with ail nffuno in attempt
ing to blow up C maul Canavarro
was poiitimmd till to morrow in the
District Courj this morning
Per AUSTRALIA Tor Caniarinos
Refrignrator An extra froBh supply
of Grapps Apples Lemons Oranges
Limes Nuts Raisins Celery Fresh
Salmon Cnuliflovr Rhubarb As
paragus Cabbagp Eastern and Cali
fornia Oysters in tin and shell
Crabs Turkoys Flouudors etc All
game in season Also fresh Rock
fort Swiss and California Cream
Cheese Place your oiders early
prompt delivery
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET
Tho Goat Went Homo
As soon as Mr Dole announced
Hih adjournment of the Council of
Statu the bock signs went down and
the M rchanLs Exchange is now
only offering the dolieions Enter
prise beer on which tho goat is
anuually nursed It is fresh spark
ling and a sure tonic for the consti
tution
i a
A Woll lcnown Hawaiian
Georgo S Baker the well known
hack driver died yesterday morning
at his residence on Quoeu
street and was buried at Maktki
ciOiotery in the afternoon the ser
vices baiug conducted by the Rt
Rev Bishop of Honolulu The de
coased wa3 about 43 years of age
and before going into the hack busi
ness he was a skillful machanic He
was very popular among tho patrons
of hncks and made many friends
Tho cause of death was phthisis and
ho passed away at the Victoria hos
pital He left a large family to
mourn his loss
Happily Mated
Mr W O Orowoll and Miss Kaai
holei Kamauoha wore married last
ovening at the residence of Hon J
L Kaulukou by tho Rev J Waia
mau The bridegroom is a bright
young Hawaiian who was brought
up under tho roof of Mr Kaulukou
He received his oduoation at Iolani
College aud Kamehamoba Sohool
and for some tima was tho
prinoipal of a government sohool in
Kau Ho rosiguod to accept a posi
tion as olerk in tho Doputy Mar
Bhals oflice and ho has performed
his duty there to the satisfaction of
bis superiors aud has hocome very
popular with tho memhorB of tho
Br and with the people having
bnxiriHRH in tho Deputy Marshals
department Mr Orowoll is a young
mau with a bright futuro before
him
Tim bride is tho daughter of Hon
GP Kamauoha who duriug several
sessions of the legislature roproseut
nd South Kona She has attend
ed the Normal Suhool aud is one of
the brightest of Hawaiis daughters
The wedding was attended by the
intimate friends of tho contracting
parties and aftor receiving congrat
ulations the young couple loft for
WaikiUi whero then will reside
Tub Independent wish Mr and jks
Crovell all possible nappiuunD
their partuorahipi
REPUBLICANS
All voters desiring to join the
REPUBLICAN PARTY aro re
queOod to assemble on FRIDAY
May ltth 15100 at 730 p ui at the
various polliug places as stated be
low for tho purpose of forming Pre
cinct Clubs selection of Enrollment
Committee and Judges
FOURTH DISTRICT
1st Precinct polling place Gov
orouiuut Nursery J A McCandless
temporary chairman
21 Precinct polling place Bnre
tania street School J A Gdmantem
porary chairman
3d Procinot polling place Build
ing oud of car lino Nuuanu valley
A L O Atkinson temporary chair
man
lth Precinct polling place Royal
School C L Crabbe temporary
chairman
5th Precinct polling place Ka
puaiwa building A F Cooke tem
porary cmirtnau
Gth Precinct polling place Cham
ber of Commerce Thomas Wall
trfinporary chairman
7th Proninct nnllimr nlann Wii
in
manaln SchonllinilRM Gnn nhnlmnrn
temporary chairman
FIFTH DISTRICT
1st Precinct polling place Kane
ohe court bouse Frank Pahia tem
porary cuairman
2nd Precinct polling place Koo
lauloa courthouse George Weight
temporary chairniau
Ird Precinct polling place Waia
lua courthouse C P Iaukea tem
porary chairman
lth Preoinct polling place Wai
anae courthousp Richard Gilliland
temporary chairman
5ih Precinct polling placp Rail
road station house Ewa Georgo F
Ronton temporary chairman
Gth Procinot polling placp Ewa
courthouse Frank Archer tempor
ary chairman
7th Precinct polling plac Re
formatory School W L Wilcox
temporary chairman
8th Precinct polling place Ha
waiian Trams building Katueha
meha sohool grounds W C Achi
temporary chairman
Jib Precinct polling place Kaulu
wela sohool G R Carter temporary
chairman
10th Preoinct polling place Ka
uluwula school J L Kaulukou tem
porary chairman
Per Order of the COMMITTEE
The Precinct
follows
Boundaries aro as
LIST OF PRECINCTS
rounm district
All that portion of the Island of
Oahu lying east aud south of Nuu
anu street and a line drawn in exten
sion thereof from the Nuuanu Pali
to Mokapu Point
1st Precinct All that portion of
said District lying east of Punahou
street and a line drawn in extension
thereof mauka and makai
2d Product All that portion of
said district lying between tho west
erly boundary of the First Precinct
aud a line drawn as follows viz
From the foot of South street along
South King and Alapai streets and
from the head of Alapai street to the
flagpole on the old battery on
Punchbowl thnnco to and along t ho
ridgo on the easterly side of Pauoa
valley to tho summit of tho moun
tain
3d PrecinctAll that portion of
said district lying betweeu the west
erly boundary of tho Second Pro
duct aud Nuuanu Btreet and mauka
of School street and a line drawn
from the junction of School aud
Punchbowl streets to the llagpolo
on tho old battery on Puuohbowl
lth Product -All that portion of
said District bounded by the Second
and Third ProcinctB Borotania aud
Nuuanu streets
5th Precinct All that portion of
said District bounded by the Second
Preoinct Boretania street Richards
street and the harbor
Gth Preoinct All that portion of
said District bounded by Richards
street Bnretania street Nuuanu
street and the harbor
7th Preoinot -All that portion of
said District lying east and south of
a line drawn from tho Nuuanu Pali
to Moktpu Point
nrru distriut
All that portion of tho Island of
Oahu lying west and north of
auu street aud a line drawn in ex
tension thereof from tho Nuuanu
Pali to Mokapu Point
1st Preoinot All that portion of
the District of Konlaipoko lying
wost and north of a line drawn from
the Nuuanu Pali to Mokapu Point
2d The judicial and tax
ation district of Koolauloa
3d Prooiuot The judicial aud tax
onraoatsnMsflasaMHM
ation district of Waialua
lth The judicial and tax
ation district of Walanae
oth Precinct All that portiou of
the judicial and taxation district of
Ewa comprised in the lands of Ho
aeae and Honouliuli
Gth Precinct All the remaining
portion of the judicial and taxation
district of Ewa
7th Preoinct All that portion of
Honolulu or Kona lying makai of
tho King street road from the Ewa
line to the King street Toridge and
all mauka of said road from the Ewa
line to the main road up Kalibi
valley
8th Precinct All that portion of
Honolulu or Kona lying mauka of
tho King street road from the main
road up Kalihi valley to Liliha
street and a line drawn from tho
head thereof in extension of tho line
of Judd street to and along the
ridge forming the westerly border
of Nuuanu valley
9th Precinct All that portion of
Honolulu or Koua lying betweeu
the Eighth Precinct and Nuuanu
street and mauka of a line drawn
along School streot the Nuuanu
stream and Berotania street
10th Preoinot All that portion of
Honolulu or Kona bounded by
King Liliha and School streetB the
Nuuanu stream Boretania and Nuu
anu streets and the harbor
to ntgkht i
the obpheum
THURSDAY FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY EVENINGS
ONLY
k gbahdhWrel program
BY THE
HOGANITES
Big Minstrel Carnival
Watch for lie MoaiUy Parade
FRESH SPECIALTIES BY THE
STOCK COMPANY
The UproarlcMB Funny Skotch
WJOYS VISITORS
Owing to the pending lawsuit be
tween the Ilogan Company and the
steamship oompauy there will be no
Matinoo thiB week
Box OUlce opens at 10 a u Phono 510
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A Startling offer of New and Scarce
All Wool Black Crepons
And Colored Orepons
These goodfl only arrived on theS S Wairimoo and Ihey are beauties Wo have
had lots of Crepons helore and have sold them too But this new shipment
Anything ever offered in Honolulu before
Is the information we get from reliable sources and we believe it loo as nothing
makes a more stylibh Bkirt or suit than a pretty Crepon aud they wear well that ia if you
get the right kind
We shall offer them in
from 65c to 175 per yard
BLOCKS from 75c to 1 75 per yard
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Fr tike
Th Peoples Providers
Ladies and Gents
Cravanette Water
Cloaks and Coats
Waterproof Carriage Apron
Linen Carriage Wraps in Great Variety at
THi
10 Fort Street
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MP
Also CRAVANETTE by the Yard Black and Assorted
Colors
UMBRELLAS Silk and Alpaca
TWO RETAIL STORES
CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS and
WAVERLEY BLOCK BETHEL STREB i
BREJim
- SUCCESSORS TO
J T Watcrhouso Henry May Co
Ii E Mclntyre Bro
Wholesale
and Retail
GKOCMS
Tea Dealers and Coffee merchants
Blnftnil GrtTsia l Coruar King and Fort Streets
KlQIall allrTSSS Wuveney Blook Bt hoi Street
Wholesale Be aaitmerai bethel Sta
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