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1SB ftOSOLCLU HtffctfLlUA, SATCKiA, rJlfi SO, 18C0. TlL EOABBMAITS SAB HA'W'ATTS BKL&GAXES HEWS OF TH3 TOWN Lfc?." sTOHir m cobiit. tfc Xa- i. s. urn dry mm eo., ut ? Hart SrsrsU Cfctss for f 1Rl; t ih w ttvnSAt &' -MAW -s J Plague SseaHc'd by Seifc Against tasl Cani2Sinissmxu 3ltiaf st tJie 3rpfeeaia ibis after- me r corLES' r Rovibess inriMs 35 Allj 4 On -I 1 1 MX 1 il -"n, 3 11 E1k V 3 a fil Kr - i VA felftX iMiltfT ruin IJfnlllii Tii ATEJT . 17 55v 12s apm a;i i irit OaR TOiDOW &UFLT Q? a m -v WMlSTSf HAVE ARRf it? zZi e -s. VED STYLES ON WEWI HCV LHCE. iniTfninTninitfitihnnittiiniiHfmitiifffiitinniiiiii YiftititifTnniiTnfffTTnr p y mj t -- i -" x. j - tr c l .:'- mH TOURISTS As well as our home people can get the verv latest Paris and New York Styles in ' Hairdressing At my Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, and Wlassaging. ni55. fl. E. KILLED x xlrdressimr and Maniatirinjr Parlors under the supervision of Miss Apnes Smith. H0TEI' STREET ArtHKtoi. Blook riWo havo just opncfi, THIS the choicest ntosl "Solect" creations .'Jobreu Silk Waists ever lsl TIC'S. Aii over Laces. 1 "We feel that if you see this Exhibit and resist buy - j ingyou arc beyond ;nn .ic iiinv ji rn RimnlV WOI'KS! of art. Wash Goods. Our Stock in this Department is now complete and is worthy your inspection. Mens'Dept. Tn this Line We claim to. be the Leaders both in Price and Quality. Look the Stock jovor and bo convinced.' Parlors. Our other specialties are lamcunng, . fluff U jv S HI e it B s & m . and will place ou sule' ; WEEK in Black and displayed on - the Hawaiian 01lildeIls, Hose. e are showing in these Goods some extra good things the Little Folks in Silk Lisle and Cotton. Enquire Center Aisle. Foulard Siifc. If you want just the thing for the Hot Spell don't fail to inspect Our Silk Department Monday. Dent's Gloves. Don't forget that. We are Sole Agents for the famous "Dent's .Kid Gloves" the 4 finest and best on earth. the most Noveltie of America Knd Europe ai?d for the Honolulu Trade. Jjy trip abroad. :? y ; ; "J. FORT STREET. Thcso goods comprise to bo obtsiincd in the Market have been porsorial selected Our Mr. Du Roi on his present E. f . V 'Subscribe for The Honolulu Republican. i - nf mi TTWfcisj rrt 1 ' rscsliI yeslT fat fcroogM far Gears S. Bordn aminst cto to reccwer $7jCiC0 i&scrwooe tm pnry dfesiroyed by order of the Ikaxd of HuslUi, Tie pirseily 5ni5tiI i Lunaiilo, Itnplofeusi nod Kinea streets. The premirfs we trtlijMletr(yed I fire legally Ijytlw I plaintiff- - Oa. Ifitk, tfee 'wife of the plMntlif died of baboaic puigue a dav prior to tie deteation of the platutitl in "ijtiaranUiie. Hereaiaiued in qoarantine aatil Jt&mmij Slst, during Khiclt time the prwaases etn destroyed. Soteeqoentlr, oHiup to all these aiflictioae, he suffered aliernttioD of minil, bt notified the company of bis loss. ' Plaintiff paid $140 for a three years insurance policy, and contends that the policy wns not invalidated by tin bcrniair of his premises by the Board of Health. S. F. (3iiiIling9wort)t nd Hnraphrevs and Andrewa for the plaintiff." ' "Victoria Hospital for Incurables. To the Editor of The Republican: Sir: Permit rae, through your col: umns, to make to the public the need of funds to meet the present running expenses of the Victoria Hospital for Incurables. There is danger of this need being overlooked in consequence of the large sums being' subscribed to carry out Mr. Young's laudable scheme for building ' and endowing a permanent hospital for the same purpose. It must be borne in mind that these munificent contributions ' that have been mentioned in the papers are given for -what is still in the future. It is not likely that the permanent hospital can be completed, according to Mr. Young proposal, for some months to come. Meanwhile, the present hospital ' which is supplying an acknowledged need of the community has to be carried "on in ifi temporary quarters in Kakaako. And this requires funds. The experience of three months has shown that to keep the hospital going on a sound, economical basis requires from $750 to ?S00 a month. The Council of State has .voted $5,000 for the running ex-. penses for the biennial period, which is rather more than one-fourth of the-whole sum that will be required. Towards this the larger contributions that have been received by the treasurer up to the present time;are: S. M. Damon, Esq., $1,000; ilr. and Mrs. Louison, $550; per Bishop of Panopolis, $175; Miss Sinclair Robinson, ?50; Miss Jane S. Gay, $50; Mrs. E. Gay, $50; Catholic Benevolent Society, $100; Mrs. James Campbell, $100; British Benevolent Society, $534.10. The directors, having been appointed at a representative meeting of the citizens of Honolulu, now appeal for the means to carry on the work entrusted to them, the importance of which cannot be overrated. Anyone visiting the hospital now, who knew the condition of the building when Itwas first taken for its present purpose, will see at a glance that the management is deserving of the highest praise for what has been accomplished. Accommodation is afforded for 35 patientsr The total number admitted since the hospital was opened Is 110. The highest number of in patients at one time has been 29.-For the last two months the number has been from 20 to23 Of the 23 present inmates, 2 are American, 3 BriUsh.vl Swede, 7 Hawaiian. 3 Portuguese, 2 Chinese and 5 Japanese. Eighteen of these are incurable, the remainder being destitute sick suffering from curable diseases. The distress and danger that wouid be caused', if, by closing of the institution these sick persons should be turne'd adrift, would be nothing short of a public calamity. The thought of such a possibility should bring home to all who read this appeal that the time has come for liberal contributions to be made to meet the vote of the Council of State and so relieve the directors! anxiety on the score of funds for the present biennial period. The payment of the June Kills will almost exhaust the treasury, and if funds do not flow in during sJuly the directors will be in a serious dilemma. Whilst hoping that the wealthy will contribute liberally, let me remind your readers that one of the by-laws adopted at the inaugural meeting provided that all persons subscribing $10 a year should be members of the hospital association. Our treasurer, Mr. S. G. Damon, is always ready to receive subscriptions and donations during banking hours at Bishop & Col's Bank. ALFRED WILLIS, President Board of Directors. , Honolulu, June 2S, 1900. : '$ "V. T The Honolulu Republican will be delivered to" any part of the city for, 75c per month or $2 par quarter. Rubber Stamps ;V .- . --V " ,. - -& 'J- smE i IS -i? 2ij LKBOR ? i-KS- X EXPENSE .? -;' - --.,.,; j 1 MaKufsture&fby; the iRAWIAIIAN NEWS CO. I blMlTED. i I " PHIIrAlJELPSilA. 5b 2 After $ I n. . .. k .. &Anwi&tx. nrT 1StfU.l , liJC tUSiililKE'; U W T"M.k ue .-.-i 7etKM9r,iMin t S1fernlrr iR ?fi t1Is3;tiaK . aUOtilBC: KP COB- ----- -- t - -- -- TfitaiKl. frtMIi te laciBe Maa8 tnaJ aad iuBy Rsal; Hawid SLro. ii k f tii TWKMKmtip dental eandidste f 1 vsas ' natiaal eswamaiiSesEsr, fa Ue ! ing fias 4 few tfee drat olgcfa.' f poa:sm5. waa ed a member ae t2idlfa tee. Saxaaet Bsrker -was apiosatea on : the corataiUt' te aotifjiiig: Preskiem t McKlnlev of Ms nominatm and Jtaklge Eepoifcai"6n tit to notify itooseveit. .1 -: i f Prizes lor Uecorattons. J t of frvtn530t5 I f for the best decorakul vehicle- in xhe j Fowrth of Jtiiy parade. Th ration committee -will p6 Ptt thfr hst Htttrated 2re euzine. Bose cart, bicyele, delivery vcagon and hack. Far tfa beet decorated honsouh Hue .of parade a snbstantiai prize will be given. r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS imaiiaiYiaa6ialwfntaurrtm: S centislar. ttamd msaHme. 3ft enbjxrjmr per tet I.03T. BY .MSJIDESTALgafc 'jprtvtic. a !arjs toy crUd California!! Mn veigfet ir us ) Uis. : feint star as ttnfaNMl. A Hole pauptm or Irritation tm Uter- but liWtHnp. Sight hint! hoof n MUie wtLBe. Fiadr p9se notify Futiw kcbUoa ami rewm b paid. TOB BENT. XEWT Booms, Fort Street H..HS, -corner Vineyard Ona ssttabte tor tteutfc. TWO nicely Jorutsfeed xuoms ricee Jn. Inquire nttlil0:aee. OSTICE5 in tire upw EMt building, Hotel AppljatHBrtAO, Lut. COTTAGE or ala roitns at the of Al-p?U and Beretaula&tn!. Apply to t. A. ilngixHi COTTAOE ol eigbt of Spencer and UacJfIMd.6tntS. AjplvJoJ. A. Maroon. FOR SALE. A FIXE bay drivlus ks (eipiu years ohtl souud, kind nad KWiUr. On view at Cartas stabie. ApilyUA.& Hnmphreys, FOHTY THOrfiAN'D jfanUn Ciar- to burn at 5 cuits acii, Myrtl Clsrar Sre above Orrtbwim Theatre, FQETV Juu?. Muiw Iroln 10CO to 1300 pounds each. Just rriTr por bart Oiymplc. Apply w CaiUoruia Feed Ov -v TEX. docert young lions. Just arrived Irom tbo Const. Apply to California Feed Co. By Authority.- T3BE.ITOST OP HAVAU, Secretary's Office. i Notice U Mwavitth Suvings J?mk. By dlrcetiOii of ho Governor notice Li hereby given that in accordance with section 102 of :n Act- to provide a Government for the Territory of Hawaii, interest on all deposits will cense on July 1st, 1600. Depositors are requested to present their pass books at " " the Ilawaiian Postal Savings Bank without delay, and receive in exchnnge therefore certificates authorized by tho United States' Treasury Department showing- amounts due such depositors as of July 1 st, 48P0. payment tp will be made at the First American BHnk of Hawaii in Honolulu --upon presentation of said certificates. - HESTXY E. COOPER, " SecreUy of the Torritory. EXEOUTIVE BUILUIXO, Honolulu, June 30th, 1900. ' Hawaiian- Urn House Saturday Biii? w JTJif E SO. t 5ili Appearance in Honolulu OP X I . j; AXD COM PAS Y, Presenting the tvenienapya dramatic sensation amaii Givatt by special arrangement with Richard Mansfield. Tuesday. July 3 "ALABA2LA," Tbe IinuWtal. Beautiful Story of the South. nv..it. a Tt a nTTRT.n"R.'R ROMANCE.5 Solomon Smith Bussel's Greatest Comedy Hit. Fridav " ARISTOCRACY." Stiiurdav -'THE AjSIAZONS." SHPPLDSS IH OUR STORE voull find scores and scores of articles particularry salted tor camping. . FOODS OF every sort in diminutive nackajres tin, eiasi. wood and stone- handy for packing, handy to eat tittle wasie. r , BASKETS for earning hampers and hand bags OF COURSE.ybu the but its of great value to you. 4bicaase knowing how io pack enables" ;tis to insure sate arrival, no orcasage ao loss wcKiner traKsponeo. over mountains on rack saddlaor carried la the locker of your yaehU LEWIS & CO., Grocers. Hi Fort St. Tei. 240. BuatttSB Hk&s SJOKALSrATtos: June Waither cfcsur; Wind fresh. ti Vr . . .. t rt i.iiinsrr vrrjes rtfnmi o rt.i ski, -.- . ts C H, Dickey oX Man? returned to the ssfcnyis yesterday after a f w weks sheans at tbe cisast. i rffWEBv me newiy appointevi juagei riTt titsir commissioni yesterday 'on the China. pj. 3L H. P, Hasmer aspects to leave for America, about the jaiVitJlo 0f Anrust. WUlard R Srovu is again home f . , .. , - s - t "i I mnah iHipruyeu in nwutu aiier sn no- i sence of two mouths m the lastem statas. Vk. D. W. Corlwtt winwiPd i H- noluln vfinn? v with hfr nnA mother after several months absence on the mainland. On the black-board where shins re- ported at thectrstoms are marked down. is ui uouce: nue io arrive, .uarcn 4tn 19CT1.. McKinley arid Kooseveldt." The Annie Johnson left Hiio Thnrs tiay for San Francisco. At the time tbe Khiau left Hiio there was not a single foreipi vessel in the harbor. Among the arrivals by the China wrs A. Gsrtley, general numaper of the Hawaiian Blecfric Co. He has lieen East purchasing machinery for the extensive additions to the company's plant. Methodist Episcopal Church, corner Beretamn and Miller streets, will hold services to-morrow as follows: 11 a. m. Public Worship, Sermon and Holy Communion; 6:30 p. m. Address, 'What the Citizen Owes the State." A welcome always to all. Bobert Atkinson, who is at Harvard, bus been severely ill with an attack of rheumatic fever, but when the last mail left there was mending. Since bis illness began he has been in the hospital. He will probably return to Honolulu in July. The ladies of the Christian Church are planning a very pleasant picnic at the peuinsula on the Fourth of July. Mr. Dillincham has tendered the use of his grounds and arrangements for two or three hundred guests are in progress. The railway ha$ made a special rate of 25 cents for the round trip. They expect to leave in the morning aud spend the entire day. Visitors Prom California. Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. Chirk and Mr. W. 0. Bead of Stockton, California, arrived yesterday on the steamer China. Messrs dark and Eead expect to go into business in Hawaii and. will bring considerable capital here from California for investment. Mr. Clark served two terms as Mayor of the city of Stockton aud was five years a member of the State Railroad commission of California. Both gentlemen are pood republicau works and will add strength to the party here. cr . .;. Question of License. JThere was a good deal of discussion onthe front yesterday regarding the remitting of pilot.fees of vessels running between hort. and American Pacific Coast ports. The department of Public Works has classed the vessels as in the coastiug trade and it is thought that as the coasting vessels here are compelled to take out a coastwise license the boats, going to the Pacific Coast being not compelled to take a pilot and being placedou the same footing as the local coasting boats should pay the local license. -33 CONGRATULATES ROOSEVELT. President liToKinley Wires the Vice-Presidential JTominoe. WASHINGTON, June 21st. At o'clock this afternoon the President wired the followine contrratulatorv elegram to Governor Roosevelt: "EXECUTIVE MANSION, Washington. D. C. June 21st Theodore Roosevelt, Philadelphia, Pa.: Yonr unanimous nominationisahighand deserved honor. I extend my heartiest congratulations. WILLLai'McEINLEY.'' President and Mrs. McEinly expect to leave here for Canton not later than July 1st, and it is not improbable that they may leave in time to reach Canton ou June l$$h. According to present plana, they will remain thare through the month of July. It 13 understood to be the Presidents purpose not to make any speeches during his absence from Washington. 1900-FOURTH JULY 1900 FLAGS, Horns, Red, White and Blue. Festooning Paper. Torpedoes, v; . Toy Cannons; Decorating Shields, Etc., Etc., Etc AT THE BICx STOKE WILL HICH0L5 C0 IXh THIS STORE GETS BIGHT DOWN TO TACKS IT DROPS FRILLS AND IT KEEPS GR0WM& INTO A BIGGER BUSINESS BEOiVIiSECiT SA MONEY FOR ITS PATRONS You can Buv from us A Single Yard or Article At Less 'than Wholesale Price WHILE OUR ASSORTMENTS OF NOVEL-TOSS ANp: STAPLES ARE THE LARGEST TO BE OOND ON THE ISLANDS - We have placed on sale line Valemcieeees EdIim ' - y v' over oflbrod in Honolulu, Af- PER DOZIEN YARDS It will pay you to buy thcmjN"QW, as this loAcamo in under the old tarifi", and. Are w to-day 3b per cent more m p -. . We are also showing a ehoico lot ot - the Newest Designs and Colorings. You cannot at ford to miss seeing them; they are something out of the common. N. 5. 5ICnj" DRY QOODS CO., LT&- -- THE PEOPLES'-PROVIDERS E K LIMITED OPERA EXCELLENT under the management of WILLIAM WOLFF A. Ti'' STfe ... A j. d2 . t, z& L-4?. iifcSSftV.' A i, - " - J J? fcirf -. thd most represcnfiififyc of ' ---'- ae - . losertlomi ranging in price from 100 ORPHEUn SEASON Presenting- COMPACT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and. SATURDAY NIGHTS and SATURDAY MATINEE, -, Audran's Comic Opera in Three Acts "OIhBETIE." Prices, 50 and 75 Cents Gallery 25 Cents. Matinee Prices 25 cents to all parts of the huuse Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday - Sousa's grand success "Eli EftPlTM."