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temmmmm58mmgm&?ig36 &flSigge33KftaBga . y J.Virf Bh ft - v u - THE E03T0LT1EU BEEUBLfGAJs PBiDAT, JXJ5E.29, 190a unc ur 1 nt BE5T fa Places to get Groceries is at H S rs, . -, S1LTEE i & WAHTS t I s J i s We have just received a fresh lot of Fancy f if and Staple, Groceries which s IS fe S Si p js ?! jog r. fla sa a se e The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND urniture and Chamber Suits - . -, .:;"-: - . Chiffoniers i . . -- . Chairs, Tables . - l'"r Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories DON'T FORGET That when ordering FOMMrHRY you are being served with 2 7. ... - .- n same cost as other Champagnes, for notwithstanding 1 POJUjMJSRY is sold at a l per case than other wines, the same price. "W. C. PEACOCK: & Then. H S we Invite you to inspect f I 2 Telephone 68o. z sa fa sa pa jta m rx sa Pa es pa Pa DEALERS IN Upholstery r s CHAMPAGNE a Superior Article of the - .....,.: considerably higher figure & it is generally retailed at CO., Sole Agents, i avies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION AGENTS rj.j' i. ilSvQs - (Janaaian MERCHANTS. TOR. " - . . 1 rtl V.1 T! - - Austraiain sicamsmp juiuu, "British & Foreign Marino Insurance Go: Northern Assurance Go. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. " Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool. The UNION GRILL An-Experienced Caterer will Attend to Outside Orders. Suppers for Theatre Parties j JHORT ORDERS I?resh Oysters, Game in Season, etc., AT ALL HOURS Grill Room for Ladies and Private Parties Up Stairs Km JTREET, NMR TORT GEORGE LYCURGUS, Proprietor WHITE ROSE FLOUR W. E. BIVENS, REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS OFFICE-CORNER KDCG : - AXD BETHEL STREETS ""' FOR .SALE.- - 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 Prospect street, -commanding view of th ecitr. 6. Elegant House of seven rooms, large grounds, on Lunalilo street 7. Five-Room House on Beretania street 8. Four Lots in Kaimuba TracL A bargain. - On very easy -terms. , 9. Lots near Kapahuli road, $75 to $200 each. Easy terms. - The Furniture of a 5-roomed Cottage. FOR Neat Cottage of 5 rooms; .".- - . - 'V ALL KINDSOF Horse Fiiriiisliins Goods ON HAND. Plantation Orders Solicited at Living Prices. California Harness Shop, 639 Esg Street, Lincoln Block. Telephone 778. .;--;.. Wit . -- : if- FOR SALE. A few fine lots (about 100x200) on Manoa Heights, commanding an view over "Waikiki and ocean. Price, ?1,750 to ?2,000. A beautiful corner lot (120x150), high grounds, in best portion of Kalihi. Cash, $600; balance on easy terms. A large lot on good street in Kalihi; area, about 15,500 square feet; good view. Terms easy. Lots (50x100) in various parts of Kalihi, just past Kamehameha Schools, on easy monthly installments. A 10-years' leasehold at Kakaako, near new foundry, with four cottages. FOR LEASE. A valuable business site on. Mauna-kea, near Hotel street One acre ground, between Liliha street and Insane Asylum road; good residence site?. A large lot with 109 feet frontage, on King street aCKapalama, just pastthc '- rico field." FOR -RENT. One New jrodernCottagecentrally located. - ' -.. -C - Apply to J.H. schnace: Real Estate Agent, Merchant St Lost. Oa-May 36th. a Stexiiag Bicycle. No. 1721, frcaa in front of. Charities, Hotel street A reward ot5 viirb pH to party tM "weel'to; the PaclSc Cycle Co MERCHANTS' 2TEW ASSOCIATION. Address by 3r. 2T. W- Doirraan of San Trancisco at the Chain. - Der of Comraerce. 3Ir. F. TV. Dohrmann, president of the San Francisco iferchaats' Association and one of the largest and most fnfiuentlal merchants- of the Coast metropolis, is in the d:y. ilr, Dohrmann has been invited hy a number of the largest firms in the city to address a meeting of merchants oa the objects and benefits "to be derived from a merchants association. The following is the invitation: "ilr. F. VT. Dohrmann. President San Francisco Merchants' Association: "Dear Sir: The undersigned merchants of Honolulu request you to favor the merchants of Honolulu with an address on the objects of and benefits to be derived from a merchants as sociation and other matters. "L. B. Kerr. Ltd.; "Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.; W. W. Dimond, Ltd.; Henry May & Co., Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.; Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.; 2L W. & Sons, Ltd.; Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd.; "Washington Mercantile Co., Ltd.; Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.; & Co., Ltd.; "W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.; E. A. Mclnerny, J. M. "Webb, Hobron Drug, Co., Ltd.; H. F. "Wick-man. Lewis &. Co., N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.; Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.; E. "W. Jordan." The invitation has been accepted by Mr. Dohrmann, and at 10:30 this morning at the Chamber of Commerce he will address the merchants. All the merchants of the city are cordially invited to attend. Mr. Dohrmann is an entertaining speaker, and is thoroughly posted on the subject he is to discuss. His remarks will be of interest and merit a large attendance. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, Thursday, June S, 1000. B1J Astal Ewa Plantation 25 2Cif uawnuau sugar tympany, 218 Honokaa Sugar Comimny 32 Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd., Asses..,. 11 12 McBryuo Sugar Co.. Ltd,, Assess 4f 3; Xahiku Sugar Co., Ltd., Assess 4 Oabu SugarCO 163 167i Olaa Sugar Co., "Ltd.. Assess '2 Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Paid up It 15 repeekeo Sugar Company ; IPO 223 Pioneer Mill Company. 1S3 lt alalua Agricultural Co.,Assess St Watalua Agricultural Co., Paid up.... 11TJJ Walluku Sugar Co too Wilder Steamfahlp Company 130 Oahu Railway and Land Co 200 Peoplo's lee .t Eelrlg. Co 110 BOXdS. Hawaiian Govt. C per cent 03 100 twa Plantation 6 per cent , 103JJ Kahuku Plantation 6 per cent 102 Oahu Hallway i Land Co, Cp.c 102 101 SALES Homing, Session. 5Ewa .; i 2G50 lOEwa , 2G 50 oWalalua.A ;.-. ST'OO 10 Oahu .-.- 167 SO AFTEESOOS SESSION. SOWalalna, A ....&5 00 BOARDS. 100 Kihet. a .-..-. .':.'.'.. I:..." "...'.;... IL'IW' 15 Honomu .' 17550 THE BED TRIM! W. H. SMITH, : : : Editor ABCH. CVSTEELE, : : Manager i- Published Every Saturday, CLEAN, RELIABLE and '"-". NEWSY . . . SUBCRIPTIOK Local .-. . .82.50 .per year Foreign. 3.50 " " This publication has the largest circulation 011 the Island of Hawaii of anv WEEKLY NEWSPAPER., and as an Advertising Medium is SECOND TO NONE. LOST. In neighborhood of Union Saloon Thursday morning, a pocketbook containing money, a tax receipt and a bill. Finder please return to. owner at Republican office and receive reward. CANDIES You will be delighted with the results if you send us $1, $1.50, $2, 2.50, or $3 on receipt will send by TJ. S. mail to anj Postoffice Address in the Hawaiian Islands free, the Finest .Box of Fresh Assorted Candies packed in boxes in size according to the amount sent ns. Pick out halt a dozen, of your best- Friends or your Enemies for that matter, send us their Addresses with the amount covering the size Boxes you wish sent and you will.be, delighted with the results. THE BAKERY HOTEL -.STREET. J. OSWALD &UTTED. . OF J2JSRSOI Alt INTEREST W. A. Kinney has, gone to Kan?i oa business. Harry Jam will re-open bis saloon atPaiama. Carl IL Andrews is down with th grippe. Emmett Hay will be the new treasurer of the Maanalei Sugar Co, J. A. 3fegooa has been, confined at Ms home more or less for the past- few days but is now better. Eobert Wilcox will make a political trip to the garden island, in the near future. The date has not yet been definitely settled upon. Jack McVeigh will probably be appointed executive officer of the board of health this afternoon, if the government can remove the -hitch'" in the law so as to pay Dr. Garvin a salary as president of the board. A Minister's Good Work. T had a severe attack of bilious colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic," Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took two doses and was entirely cured," says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kan. "My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week, had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called In another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief, so discharged him. I went over to see him the neit morning. He said his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they had been run ning oft so long that it was almost bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Remedy and ho said, 'So.' I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose; told him to take-another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief, but he took no more and was entirely cured. I think it the best medicine I have ever tried." For sale by all dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian Territory. WILLIAM SAVIDGE, Real Estate Broker. XO. 206 MERCHANT STREET FOR sale:- LOTS AT KEWALO - " -?v" - '-,.- ' "'' 0AHURA1LWAYANDLAHDC0. TINE TABLE. From and After January 1, 1900. OCTWAED. Dafly Dallr Dallr Dany Dally SWISSES. ex Sea a. in. tufi. pjn. TTnanlals d 9-4 MJ i5 FeariCHT S 9:W lla ana s 15 a tjff J WaiAaao 1 -. H5 .... Waialua. 115 3i .... -... 1233 6:15 . 1XWABD. , - Psuy Bsily OaBy Dar Dur Stat&es. exr - . ajH. auas. - Ilja KaS8is...... ' -- WsnUIaa. ......... ..-. J ... TTitsaM ..... a " "22 ItiMBL........ s 1M l:3S PearlCKT. S-JS a l Kaaoiute .... aa 5as '; -"Manager. I k- WHITNEY & 59 FORT IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS MEN'S FURNISHINGS Popular Prices Prevail " - iMtf; i&jf ma. v& xx &y BUYfTSEU sr on rnMinssmw "Be not the first by whom the new arc tried Nor yet the last to lay-the, old aside" THE MAN- WHO DRESSES WELL Has that satisfactory feeling which invariably comes to n man ator partaking heartily of an excellent dinner. It causes him to wonder what thero is in the world to be miserable about. THE Is a rendezvous for well dressed men. Very Modish aro tho Suits and Furnishing Goods shown by us this reason. Our windows tell about thorn. Have a look during-luncheon hour. . -.. " It?s a very good world to live in. To lend, or to spend, or to give in, But to beg, or to borrow, or to get a man's own. It is the very worst world that ever was known." AND WORST OP ALL, the dear old world is busv trying to forget how to give a lot for a little. It's a fad of ours TO BE FRAN k. And, besides if we advertised at all times togiveyOu more than "your money's worth,? It would be an insujt to vour intelligence. THIS IS WHAT WE DO Wo givo you one hundred cents1 worth of merchandise for one dollar EVERY TIME. Ask some of your friends they know. We are offering this week Crash Suits for Men CoatVest and Pants at S2.S5 tho Suit. THE "KASH Two Stores, Two Stocks, P. O. BOX 55S. 9 and 11 Hotel A CHANCE MARSH, Ltd. STRUT AND " iigfiti -T y m 5T LrfV&MT. xea "& rn "KASH ?7 V Two Telephones 9G and G7G St.. and corner of Fort and Hotel Sts. For any one who does not wish to put much money into a bicycle, to get one CHEAP, is offered at our Bicycle Department. We have taken in a number of very good SECOND HAND WHEELS the past few weeks and have put them in good running order and have them for sale for as low as $15-00 and from that price upward. Just a few COLUMBIA CHAIN LESS are in this lot and it is a great chance to get one of these well known standard mounts at a GREAT REDUCTION. First come first served, so come early for your pick. E. 0 HALL & SON, Limited. OUR NEW SHIPMENT OF KIMONOS HAVE JUST BEEN OPENED And are Now on Display. '"' IWAKAMI'S, Hotel St. frfrJM'it000u V- -- -1 . , . - ... C ..Sk?! ,l-.Z&s jL -:.vs-- . - tit; -- i --,. iizr ?ar-.. "-.,. v -. t : - ..- z'zr r .mi :", t. " - , - -.,- ...- .--- -..- . . .- -.,- -v - J - --.