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With, the Lowest Prices.
Orpheum Block. SALTER &T WdlTY.
j SOME OF" OUR fpFRIOES:
3 Jams and Jellies, in glass , 2 for 25 cents
2 Chicken Tamales 10 cents each
m Plum Puddings - 30 cents each
Sand Soap 5 cents a cake
Stove Polish . , 4 large cakes for 25 cents
J Shoe Blacking 4 tins for 25 cents
j EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION
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The Porter Furniture Go.
Furniture and Upholstery
Chiffoniers . .5
"Divans China Closets
Direct from Eastern Factories
THE TRUE CRITERION
THE ATTENTION OF CONNOISSEURS IS CALLED TO THE
SUPERLATIVE QUALITY OF POMMERY CHAMPAGNE
WHICH IS BEING 3HIPPED TO THIS COUNTRY.
In London, tho Acknowledged Home of the Wine Connoisseur, wbero
QUALITY REGULATES PRICE,
Pommery Commands from Two to Six Dollars hlore a Case than
other Leading Brands, as per Figures taken from Bidley's
Wine and Spirit Trade Circular, London.
POMMERY Vintajro lSl3
G.H.MUMM " 1S5
PERKIER JOUET " 1S93
MOET AND CHANDOX " 1S93
LOUIS ROEDERER " 1S93
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under the management of
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CHIC, UP-TO-DATE, PURE COMEDY, CACHY
CHORUSES, PLENTY OP SPECIALTIES, TOPICAL
SONGS, NEW DANCES. Reappearance of BABY
Prices, 75,Gents and $1.00
erv 26 Cents.
SGs. to Sis.
70s. " 76s.
Extra Cuvee G Cos. " C6s. i
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IHE HONOLULU PEPTEBEiaA2r,.FBIIAT, JUNE 22, 1900.
XCKETLET AND 3L1SOI 3CE3T.
Claimed That a Complete
ciliation. "Was Effected.
VTASmXGTOX; Jane 8. President
McKInley and Senator Mason, have
shaken hands 'and the breach which
has existed between them for ihe past
year has been healed. While the President
vas at the Capitol yesterday
shniin? the Ist laws pessed by Con-press
Senator Zdnscn happened to stop
directly in front of the t pen door of the
President's room to spexuc 10 Ms sister,
who was passim; throcch the corridor.
President McKinley raided his eyes
and they met those of the Senator. The
President at once advanced to the door
and the Senator entered the room,
where the two men shook hands and
had a brief talk. The President asked
Senator Mason how long he would remain
in Washington, and learning that
he would be here several days after the
cloje of the session invited him to visit
the White Bouse. The Senator will
call on the President to-morrow and
the reconciliation will be complete. As
a res V the Senator will ceae hi attacks
upon the administration and will
be restored to favorat the WhiteHouse
and will take the stump for President
McKinley during the campaign. As
Senator Mason has considerable following
in Illinois his loyal support of the
President and the Republican ticket
will add to the strength of the party in
W. E. BIVENS,
STOCKS Zc BONDS
OFFICE CORNER KING
AND BETHEL STREETS
1. Business Lot on Fort street
2. Business Lot on Beretania street.
3. Business Lot in Chinatown.
4. New House, eight rooms, half acre
grounds, near car line. Very cheap.
5. Beautiful Residence Property on
Prospcct street, commanding view ol
6. Elegant House of seven rooms,
large grounds, on Lunalilo street.
7. Five-Room House on Beretania
8. Four Lots in Kaimuka Tract A
bargain. On very easy terms.
9. Lots near Kapahuli road, $75 to
?200 each. Easy terms.
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A few fine lots (about 100x200) on
Manoa Heights, commanding an
view over Waikiki and ocean.
Price, 51,750 to 52,000.
A beautiful corner lot (120x150), high
grounds, in best portion of KalihL
Cash, $600; balance on easy terms.
A. large lot on good street in KalihJ;
'area, about 15,500 square feet; good
view. Terms easy.
Lots (50x100) in various parts of
Just past Kamehameha Schools, on
easy monthly installments.
A 10-years leasehold at Kakaako.
near new foundry, with four cottages.
A valuable business site on
near Hotel street
One acre ground, between Liliha
street and Insane Asylum road; -good
residence sites. "
A large lot, with 169 feet frontage, on
King street at Kapalama, just past the
.-.,?' SI Ut Mercbaat St.
There is a saying thai is somewhat
vC a chestnut in the dramatic profession:
"If you had only put this alec
on the first night."' Still, if the Orpheum
folks had produced The Girl
from Paris" on the opening night
there is- every probability that the
houses would have been crowded
than has so far proven the case.
A good hons turned out last evening,
attracted by the title of the piece,
and seemed thoroughly to appreciate
the adventures of the gay Parisienne.
The program went off smoothly and
contained many commendable features.
Several lights that have hitherto been
hidden came to the frontlast night, notably
the Spanish fandango of Miss
Still and Miss Gladson, which took the
house as a most agreeable surprise, and
was applauded to the echo. Baby Ruth
has already made her reputation, and
needs no further comment than that
the house rose to the little lady in her
rainbow dress and demanded her customary
Mr. Branson, as the giddy Shining
Light presented his best work as a
comedian since the opening of the sea-Eon.
His second act was intensely humorous,
when in his kilted costume, he
anally triumphantly turns the tables
on his indignant wife and the major.
Miss Fairbairn played Mrs. Honeycomb
exceedingly well, Mr. Gon also making
an excellent Major Fossdyke. M-.
V.'olff, as the proprietor of the Spa and
fleecer of tourists, had a funny makeup,
and thoroughly sustained his reputation
as a first-class comedian. Bon-ville,
as Pompier, the French adventurer,
was In the first American cast
of the play and presented a clever interpretation.
Miss Sallinger looked and
acted the gay Parisienne with snap and
vigor. Miss Arnold's eccentric conception
of Ruth was decidedly clever. The
choruses were well rendered and the
costumes were decidedly chic. "The
Girl from Paris" should bring a big
house to-night and at the matinee tomorrow,
and is the very bill to fill the
Saturday night house to overflowing.
Given a series of performances like
"The Girl from Paris" and the remainder
of the Orpheum season would be a
Good Medicine for Children.
If you have a baby in the house you
will wish to know the best way to
check any unusual looseness of the
bowels, or diarrhoea so common to
small children. O. P. M. Holliday, of
Deming, Ind., who has an
child, says: "Through the
months of June and July our baby was
teething and took a running off of the
bowels and sickness of the stomach.
His bowels would move from five to
eight times a day. I had a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Remedy in the house and gave
him four drops in a teasponful of water
and he got better at once." For
sale by all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith &Co., general agents, Hawaiian
J. H. FISHER & CO.,
Members of Honolulu Exchange
Stock and Bond Brokers
411 FORT STREET.
Advances Made on Approved Security
BEAVER LOMCH ROOMS.
H. J. NOLTE ; : : : : Proprietor.
Fort Street, Opp. Sprocket's Bank.
Pirst Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water. Ginger
Alo or Milk. Open from
3 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Smokers' Requisites a Specialty.
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
40 3IERCHAKT STREET. .
M. F. LUCAS
RieWaici Rgirif i Sialtj
3tS, Hotel Stkzkt, Opposite Davev
t TXE BBJLVE STJLHD
WASHINGTOX, June S: Perhaps
tt most thrilling and picturesque incident
of the entire Philippine war occurred
at Catnbig. on the Island of Sa-
where on April i lasc a party cf
SI enlisted men of Company K.
thlrd Infantry Volunteers, held at bay
a force of some SCO insurgents during
four days of Serce fighting;
ments arriving just in the nick of tiiae.
The War Department has received,
reports from Captain H. M. Day of the
Forty-third Volunteer Infantry and
First Lieutenant J. T. Sweeney of that
regiment, who commanded Jhe rescue
Party, giving all the details of the attacks
at the siege and the relief.
According to the reports, the attack
on thp garrison at Catuhig began without
warning on Sunday morning, April
15. From the hills on ail sides, from
every point of Tantage in the town and
from a deserted church directly adjoining
came a rifie and cannon fire of ter-
I rfble intensity. On Tuesday morning
handfulls of burning hemp were
thrown into the barracks by the
aO,n the soldiers refuge war
on fire! AH efforts to subdue the fire
failed and finally the little band made
a rush for the river bank. Some were
killed before the bank was reachea.
others fell dead in a boat in which it
was intended to make the opposite
shore, and when a trench was finally
dug with bayopets there were only 16
of the 31 left Here for two more days
Corporal Carson, handling his men
with the judgment of a veteran, held
out under a terrible fire until the
arrival of Lieutenant Sweeney's command,
which had been ordered to sup-
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We are' stocked .with the Most?
Complete Assortment of these Goods
which we are
Fine English and French Percales
; in7mmense Variety of Color and .Design
MDIA LINENS AND PERSON LAWNS
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Retail Dealers at Wholekale Prices
f plemeat the jparrison at Catnbig and
which was oh its way up the rivet on
the steamer Lao Aug. Not until within
a quarter of a. mile of Catuhig, says
Lieutenant Sweeney in hts report, uiu
they hear the noise of the engagemtat.
Then he realized that hex and his men
i T,cre sorely needed- and he ordered the
captain cf the sMfcrner to run his beat
at top speed. Ths Lap A.g steamed up
to Catubig river s i3n of
from both " small
beats were loxereu, a landing effecteJ
the rescuers fought their way
!and the open to their besieged
comrsdes in the trencaes. buried the
dead, within reach, brought back: to the
boar the besieged party numbering
nor only 13. and then steamed down
Captain Day bestows the highest
commendation upon Corporal Carson
as "displaying extraordinary judgment
in the handling of his men, thereby
saving the lives of the survivors, and
protecting the wounred until relief
To each of the little command and
their rescuers he gives the highest
praise. "Their seat and ability, he
says, "were a fitting example of the
worth and courage of the American
A lame shoulder is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles, and may
be cured by a few applications of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale by
all dealers and druggists. Benson.
Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian
The Hilo branch sfore of the Wall.
Nichols Company keeps The Republican
The Honolulu Republican 75cr par
Worth 25 Cents
15 Cents Worth 30 Cents!
known aiaplcs are here in lafe quantities
, J and at the same prices.
- AW A S CQ., Uto.,
I JobMni PwspttT Attended to
WESTERN Iflg. HO.
J. S. PISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
J. H. PISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
K7T W. O. IllWlJf JtOm. -s
Abstracts and Certlcates of Title
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 1G, QUEEN ST.
Curbing, Black and
I White Sand,
Soil of all Description for
TiCasDrays for Hire.
at the Old Prices
Forth 35 Cents
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