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K V iM? & smv .. TEE HONOLULU EEPTJBLICAX, SUNDAY JOLT 15, 1900. P fa y aEatBiJ,a5?laaRa?aJssEil5saJSiPBc''pWFs1g a ji x. TJ. i- H y VAlllf rifting to 2 2 . J We have just received a w groceries, uast vour eye CHEESE Freraags de Bnc, FreaagE ii Ssrgsazsla, 5 iUJiza P2rasse, - Mwl or Eiass, 2 PiflE2ppl Gdiforafc Fall Creas, I Irocsrial. McUteb's, LiBburger, Etc Etc. 7 HMrVcB Insf is iMaff Kirh Ham Leaf. Frank Bratwerst Saossge, KetwBrst Saasage, J Eeddjce Haia Sausags bj the pound", Scotch Herring in Toat Ssece, b Snails Geiibiqb FrEsclw, Grisaslj Blcalers, Etc., Etc. I f SALTEE & Tel. 6S0. Oppheum The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STBEETS IMPORTERS AND Furniture and upholstery Chamber Suits " ' Chiffoniers : " Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories CALL FOR MARIE BRIZAFRD & ROGER FAMOUS Recognised FRENCII f As the Bast. BRANDIES. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., Phone 4. Sole Aeents. 3hetf?i Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION AGENTS FOR Lloyds, Steamship Line, British & Foreign Marino Insurance Go. Northern Assurance Go. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool. The UNION PRILL QPEfl M MID flGVYT An Experienced Caterer will Attend to Outside Orders. Suppers for Theatre Parties jnOKT ORDERS Fresh Oysters, Game in Season, etc., AT ALL HOURS Grill Room for Ladies and Private Parties Up Stairs KINQ JTREET, NEtfR FORT GEORGE LYCURGUS, Proprietor WHITE ROSE FLOUR i ? WaMWM uteres i I I the ItilMVtiL miiim ?J new importation of Fancy & oer mis jbi. J J YpsI loaf Hotter Lnaf WAITY, Block. Grocers, j DEALERS IN I x MERCHANTS. - W. E. BIVENS, REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS OFFICE CORNER KDCG AND BETHEL STREETS FOR SALE. L 'Business Lot on Fort street 2. Business Lot on Beretania. street. 2. 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 ecity. S. Elegant House of seven rooms, large grounds, on Lunalilo street. . House on ueretania street. S. Four Lots in Kaimuka Tract. A bargain. On Tery easy terms. 9. Lots near Kapahuli road, ?75 to $200 each. Easy terms. Tho Furniture of a 5-roomed Cottage. FOR RENT. Neut Cottngo of 5 rooms. ALL KINDS OF Horse Funiisliiiiai Goods ON HAND. Plantation Orders Solicited at Living Prices. California Harness Shop, G39 King Street, Lincoln Block. Telephone 778. 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 be?t 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, lerms 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 sites. A large lot, with 109 feet frontage, on King street at Kapalama, just past the rice field. FOR RENT. OnejNew Modern Cottage,. centrally located. - . C2 Applv to J. ESCHNACK Real Estate Agent, Merchant St. Lost. OQM2Cth, a second-hand Sterling. Bicycle. Nc. 175; from in front of Associated Charities, Hotel street. A reward of $ will be paid to party returning this wee! to the Pacific Cycle Co-Fort street. . 1MER101H OITiZENS Ml SEVKSj S22T TIJ - iLJTEU OiTT K THE STJPSEXE corrKx. ISsX oi Those Who S-re alixed TKTjki th Six? "Will fee TJnfszled. In the Supreme Court yesterday momine the followinsr applicants wrere naturalized and became citizens: Henry Gostav Froboese, Frank F. Fernandez . . sj. ux. UUSU1L H. 1 Xk. XLVIUCr. , -d . . , ,, , Temple Boarke, Charles Pedersen. Willie G. A. Siebert. John Buckley. John Bnrarc. Theodore A. Simpson, Henry KlemmeT Charles J. Campbell, William John White, Ernst L. Berndr, B. F. Beardmore. Geo. F.Benton. Among the candidates who . have filed their petitions of naturalization is D. G. Camarinos. The flag will be unfurled when the oath is administered to Camarinos. J. Alfred 3Iaroon acted as Justice in the hearing of an appeal case. -The word has been sub- stituted for -Republic' in all cases on thp SnnwmP Court calendar. Several cases have been set for trial by Judge Humphreys for Tuesday. Actinc Judge Stanley rendered an oral decision yesterday in the case of the late Republic vs. W. H. Pain, manager of the Hawaiian Tramways Company, reversing the decision of the District Court convicting Pain of disfiguring the contour of King street by putting down American steel rails last January. Pain was honorably discharged. METROPOLITAN JOURNALISM. Local Brevities as Exemplified in the Territory of Hawaii. WriHen tor the Republican. John Jones has a new hired man. Ebenezer Smith addressed the Social Club yesterday Liliha streeL He can tack, Ebenezer can! Call on Waterman. Nuuanu street, for your headgear. There is no head so swelled that he can't fit it. Ah Sing, the prominent Chinese merchant on King street has become a reformer. He has docked his queue. Mr. and Mrs. Fraukenheim and the little Robeiusteins will summerize with the Oppenheimers at Lanai. Go around to Joe Breham's and try his milk shakes. He's a mixologist of lacteal fluids, Joe is, and there is not a pump in his back yard. Joe Black is back from a turtlinc trip to Pearl City. He laid several turtle eggs on our desk yesterday. Call again, Joe. Timothy Ticklebreeches was on the street yesterday, radiant in smiles. There is a fresh arrival at his home. It is a bouncing baby boy. Mother and child are doing well. Here's to you, Tim! Mrs. McSweeny, residing on Kuakini street, has painted her front fence a lurid green. It is a great improvement, setting off neighboring property. Improvements in Honolulu cannot be suppressed. Go and hear Nettie Henhawk warble at the musicale to be given by Mrs. Jonathan Yookley, at her palatial residence on Kinau street, tomorrow evening. Miss Henhawk has attuned her vocal organs to a high pitch. She will be in great form tomorrow night and her decollete dress, that portion that is visible, will be well worth beholding. Lost a Leg and a Bride. WILKESBARRE, Pa., June 30 Stephen Katrumas of Plymouth was to have been married Saturday a week ago to Miss Angele Kosozki of that place, and previous to the ceremony he went to Scranton to invite some friends. On the way from the city to one of. the nearby villages he jumpsd on a passing freight train rather than wait for a street car. In attempting to board the train he fell under it, and the wheels ran over his right leg above the knee. He was picked up by the crew and taken to the Moses Taylor Hospital, where the leg was amputated, and where he still remains. Instead of his fiancee weeping, wailing, gnashing her teeth and tearing her hair, she got tlown to business. She hunted up another man, in the person of Stephen Cnautpello. and they were married yesterday in the presence of n number of friends. Red Hot, as it Were. ''They claim that the new poetess of passion is a warm one." "Warm! Say, she doesn't even dare to wear celluloid cuffs!" Cleveland Plain Dealer. By Authority. REGULATIONS CONCERNING PUL , MONARV TUBERCULOSIS. 1. Rksolved, That the Board of Health do hereby declare Pulmonary Tuberculosis to be a communicable and a preventable disease and that all practicing physicians and the Superintendents of all hospitals, sanitariums, dispensaries, asylums, prisons and schools be required to report to the Board of Health nil cases of Pulmonary Tuberculosis coming under their care or notice within one week of the time that such cases come to their knowledge and that such physicians and superintendents be also required to notify the Board of Health in case the house or apartments occupied by a person having Pulmonary Tuberculosis should become vacant by reason'of the death or removal of the patient. 2. Resolved, That all houses or apartments in which a person having Pulmonary Tuberculosis has lived be disinfected to the satisfaction of the Board of Health when vacated by reason of the death or removal of the tubercular patient, before being again permitted to be occupied. Dated at Honolulu. July 11. 1KO. C. B. WOOD. President Board of Health. 1, r. v. Attest; - t CHAS. WILCOX, Secretary. OF PEBSOITAI, INTEBJ2ST H. H. Benton is La town. i tapt, Fitzgerald arrived by the iKInao. i Mrs. J. R. JfcKenrie isas a passenger Ijy thKiaan yesterday. J. S. Canerio. the liauor Ejerchant of 1 HUo, Ii in tosra. J. T. D Bolt, the attorney, to Waialu yesterday. , E- E. Paxton and I. A. Thurstoa arrived from Manx by the Kinaa. Ward Bartlett, "beinc in ai health, vjt y,e Volcano this . . . -, I rv - -. - n. ' iienry Aions: ana J. m. xuzgsasta . ns arrjTea by the Kinan yesterday. Mrs. Biqrs is visiting her mother Mrs. Along-. Prof. F. A. Hosmer will sail for the States on the Australia on Ancust 7th. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Hosmer and will visit New Encland and Europe, returning hither to remain permanently in about a year. Hospital BaneSt. The Society of St. Antonio gave a ball last eveninsr for the benefit of the i Hospital for the incurables. There ! was a large attendance. .Dancing com- I mencea at a o clock. A handsome sum was raised for the hospital. Good Medicine tor 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 11-months"-old 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 Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoontul of water, and he got better at once." For sale oy " all dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian Territory. The Honolulu Republican will be delivered to any part of the city for 75c per month or S2 per quarter. WILLIAM SAVIDGE, Real Estate Broker. NO. 206 MERCHANT STREET FOR SALE. House and lot on Young st.; 60x140: house contains 8 rooms. Price, $3,600. Two-story residence on Young st; 90x140; 10 rooms. Price, $6,750. Only part cash. House and lot on Alexander St.; 100x190; house contains 7 rooms. Price $5,0-0. House and lot at Kalihi; 77x150; S rooms. Price, $2,900. A bargain. House and lot on slopes of Punchbowl. Price, $2,750. House and lot on Kinau st.; 50x100. A bargain for $2,S00. Lot at Kalihi; 77150. Price, $1,000. S. Lot at Kalihi; 50x100. Price, $500. 9. House and lot at Kalihi; 155x150; house contains S rooms. Price, $3,90... 10. House and lot on College st; 75x 125. A bargain for $5,000. 11. Business property on Fort st; 47x 9S. Price, $5,500. 12. A fine piece of property on Fort st, near Vineyard; Slxll6. Price, $10,000. 13. Business corner In old Chinatown: 165x165. A good investment, $11,000. 14. Lot on Kekaulike st; 46 ft front Price, $5,000. 15. Lots at Kewalo; all bargains; 50x 100 each. 16. Lots off Liliha st; $900 each. 17. House and lot on Liliha st; $3,500. IS. .House and lot on Vineyard st; $3,500. TO LEASE. Business property on Fort st; $50 per month. Various pieces in all parts of the city. v TO LET. 2L House and lot at Kalihi; $15 per month. 0AHURA1LWAYANDLANDCO. TlfWE TABLE. From and After January 1, 1900. OCTWABD. DaOr DaUr Dallr UaOy StaUoas. ex et San Ssn JLZX. P.O. 7:30 90S i.HaH 5 JO TVarfCltr S) Sr3, llrfd 3:IT EsnOUU SS3 19- J2JO 4:83 6:19 Watacaa 105 ..... 11:M - .. i: KabBkn 1E2 ... 6 OS 1XWABD.. Jaur PatlT OaOj Daflj Dally Statloc. x -Son San a ra. a.31. $iE3. pjn. 351 3S9 W13qa..... ... ..... SUO ..., 21 T:IQ .... 3 2 j Era Mill .. ': 530 "ttS tiO ifltt. IVarfCitF ...... J3 li : H.oA!uta ........ fi.J SiC 23 5:22 G.P.BESISOK, F. C SMITH. P. T.A1. Special Sale. 100 DOZEN MENS' Balbriggan Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, All sizes a SEVENTY-FIVE cent garment, while i thev last vou can take all vou $4.50 a WHITNEY & 519 FORT STREET. y rui jN Tt rr. ey 7 . :. " m ft- & a. TAr Mill. Jvsciil.. JnL r . J MHch V rs e " yr (.hicicc. - -. .. A C' d? y?. MODERN NtrVW & sy will V-.., sy BUYorbtLi vfc m a a vat - v r a.m. iwm . s' IV IIS 1VI want at Dozen. MARSH. Ltd. TELEPHONE 43G. SALE. x. j p.ui. r, M .r r ---. . I..I,.. It r mi fc. &. Cow. Vki. . rt ' VJ J ""K, V J X tf! j. - A ?a. 1 ivp??y JX JJ11JLUJilJlJlJl1 Anything and everything in our line. m5t ARE YOU i LOVER Of the . Poetry of Summer? If so you will like our stock of Summer Neokwear. Hero is concord and. rythm, sentiment and patriotism. Tho beautiful is worked into the most delicate shades of Silk, of which the like h:is never been soon before. The attention given to the making of beautiful Neckwear shows the Im-y portance attached to it as an article of dress. Make your choice now and get tho best at popular prices. -, v . j O 'O -. . CH ; va ii i . fc. I I IVI X J1 and v Clothing lifts it out or the ready-made rut? might pay you to look nt our line- "KASH 55 Two Telephones 90 and 67G and corner of Fort and Hotel SJU. A TOUCH OF GoodjTaste Good Style In our Men's, Boys' and Children's and adds 25 per cent, to Its value. It THE Two Stores, Two Stocks, P. O. BOX 55S. 9 and 11 Hotel St.. 1100 RULER BICYCLE . $40.00 ! 1 A Big Shipment just received, High Medium and'Low " Frames. 4 Fancy op Plain Finish. YOUR CHOICE 40.00. E. 0 HALL k SON, Limited, King Street SHIPMENT OF GOLF and STANDARD SHIRTS JUST OPENED. ;':-'' LWAKAMJ'S, ROBINSON BLOCK, Hotel Street. " ?!. !5 " .. fff .- - .A 3 ff. '. i j'. --,' adBi.