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'yWdL l45T PE r I ink I I U 2 ?& s w.it tt TT v m s i yyasn s foysSMm VTrAW i . S - Ni t WWG7VAr'sr7j &tfMS "We have "just received asorment of Variety of Styles, Biaor . i r. r . tr . rr ivffj irccr (y &x? Fhat Is all that is necessary to be said about our fifiiiiiiniifliifiiiniinnnitniiniinnminiinniniiiiiniiininiiniiiiiiniiniiinni TRIMMED HATS . At ilti,.Keiliiced Prices o FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. .' i, Blook nuj n. E. KILLE1N, LEflDINQ niLLINER. HOTEL STE.EET IjADIES'MUSLINTJNDERWEAE, direct from the makers an Ladies' Muslin Underwear -which, wo believe, in " jt Tho line is too large to enumerate tho diflererit Large Central Window, V V-1 Completeness of Assortment and General Attractiveness, ha ncAor been surpassed in Honolulu. car- i lent", so wo have made a display of a few of them in our A hvhu'hwill give l. one a partial idea of what they are, and n arioty of styles we have. ,,. ' -. C This Stock4s Worthy of Inspection In the Mies. HIR same department will he fQundXiadiesancl RTWAISTSiLadicsMVaim1" vo"i0 'J! Silk and Cotton White, Black and lorcl, a laijg lnt o- ftvles, but few .of a kind. Ladfcsjveikiri for dresst travelinr,rwalkin; or nliinr of silk, wool, linen, cotton pique,. in white,, black and colors. - .lerjieed) be no dqlay in one's supplying. ono . self with a skirt at shout nqtice suitablafor almost anv occasion. , , ., M , Ladies in want of a cape of aiiv description, would do hvcll if, before 'purchasing clsewhoijoheMnpect, orur stcick f (Mpos. Capes for the . opera, for, dres5, .for 'travcIinirior w alKlliir, tilllftff 4lcl!lm7fsiIilU, black and colors4 ,..,", l'.?" otli:.r .-1 ci; a mm m I AJ fill lf Read.a?he Honolulu Bimtibiijtrdffi1 r' fi JAA.h4l,. ' rt f . iwi in JMummm iv fl - - -' "S THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN SUDAT. JULY 15, 1900. iT$ FOR SIHiTARY LAUNDRY. Sixty-Five S'e Buildings to Zreed "With all the latest Xodem Improvements. The carrier Dove, lately lelt this port for Olymnia. return -with gp OjgOOO ft of lumbar for the Sanitary i Steam Laundry Co, limited. Work oil f the new lrrildinrs -will begin as soon as P ! the lumber arrives, and in the mean time the property on the corner of . 4 - . .. .. -. . I SBH 3 irerTijra IT A A d B tU' ! SoBth Qun streets, consisting of .ii -fc: to and a na Children's Krts. iiiidren's wasm taits, Ladles5 Capes. 3 See Oixr "Wizido"r H CO. December. half acres of land, will be (: tilled in under the sanitary regulations MADE SKIRTS The new buildinzs will consist of : "Jirry-nine two-story stores, wmcn wxu TT 15 s UtfTPrf" 1 ILaCsieS aSICl , bn'n at on- twenty-five five-room cottages ana tne Dig launary mulcting, : 1 Pendin jr the arrival of the lumber for : the buildings McCandless Bros, will I sink the artesian well in the premises. I All of the stores and cottaces will be lurmsneu witn sanitary plumbing, wjtn j all the latest modern improvements, i Hot and cold water will be furnished each house and the hpt, water pipes will run directly fromWhe boilers of the laundry. ' prise has all been ordered and the i Company expects to have everything 1 ready for business by the first of next WINCHESTEB. WINS A WILL. Town Will Beceive .a Library- and New Public Schools. -"" PHILADELPHIA, June 21. As the result of a decision by Judge Gray in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals to-day, iue city of Winchester, Vol, will get $250,000 for a public library-and the use of more than $500,-000 for twenty years. The opinion affirms the decree of the lower court as to the will of Judge John Handley of the Probate Court of Pennsylvanfa, who died in Scranton in 1S95. His estate was atJDraised at $1,400,000. but its A Way They Have. Some people never open the bookcase except w hen they want to prove that the bright thing somt friend said wsis stolen. War makes a few heroes, but married life makes all the rest. There isn't very much in a man that can carry an umbrella just right for a woman. When two women discover that they have hats on that are alike they begin to hate each other. A man with a tie on that his wife thinks he looks well in is "most as rare as a woman with shoes on that are big enough. Atchison Globe. 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 bv all dealers and druggists.- Benson, jSmlth & Co., general agents, Hawaiian Territory. " " '" 4fiB";B" lLj'? bJ" mm TL o Wmk jfmmmWw4 o la 11 : . 1 Sfll n ; f iA Pt 4 -W, r if - 9 . J Tor Sale by 5.-C flOJJ5, &ZiV TAi fJ t - . Jl O. i j B --- r " m AWAmmnmts go1. nUGBIS'OF PYTiliS l "" j .. Pldntvr JIIU HiimTiflnr iuture vaiue, - oemg in coai ana mm- ( war,iuVAroimnii cvi; oer lanus, win oe mucn greater, juuge Handley was an ardent lover of the city of Winchester, and in his will he left $250,000 for the library to be known as the John Handley Library, and after making other bequests, left the residue of his estate to the city of Winchester for the erection of schoolhouses and the education of the poor. Cousins of the testator attacked the latter clause of the will, contending that Judge Handley died intestate as to all except the specific bequests and that thy snould inherit the residue. They urge! that the residuary clause was Invalid because the city of Winchester, being a municipal corporation, had not the right to take and administer, and because the beneficiary and the objects and purposes of the trust were uncertain. jIl'SX A Martyr to Stage Realism. DETROIT, June 30. Arthur Gruber, who comes from New Lexington, 0., where he has a family, has been playing with the Pllle Theater Company at the Lyceum Theater for the past eight weeks. Last week he took the part of the gladiator in the production of "Qud Vadis," and appeared in the third act in a wrestling match, being thrown from the back of a man who Is six feet in height to the stage. The act has. ruined the nerves of the actor and left him in a helpless state. Last Friday night e was so weak that his companion wrestler had to support him on the stage, and he subsequently went to the hospital. He is suffering from a partial loss of speech and is also partially paralyzed from head to foot. He will be laid up a long time. MEMORIAL SERVICES. . weicomed. The ceremonies in connection with the calling of the roll of the dead for the year are impressive and deeply interesting, consisting of the carrying out in full the beatifnl ritual torey General E. P. Dole. Prof. Ingalls and a selected choir will furnish the mnsic Today's Band Concert. The Hawaiian band, under the leadership of Captain Berger, will hold a con-cert at Makee Island, Kapiolani park, this afternoon, the program will be as follows: PART I, "Old Hundreti." 'Kaynmnd' ....Thomn "Pllsrlm ETPuIns Star" ....Wacnr Tlnnlr tuel.n dl Liramennoor" Donizetti SacretTFintasta "Pnivldencw" tnew) Tobaal PART II. "Reminiscence of Weber" Godfrey Ballad "Ulc Where Art Thou" her Gavr.iU" "Dawn nt Uwe".....T. v Orertnw "Zaropsj ....4. ..V, .THerold "Tho Banner." ; v r HONOLTJLTJ STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, Saturday, July 11, 1000. Bid Asked American Surar Co 33 3S Ewa Plantation Cmapanr 26, 27 Hawaiian KcrlPUltural Co 305 Hawaiian Sacar Company. 211 219 Hnunniu Susar Compauy . ...... 1-1 Ho.okaa Susar Comp.inj"....... 31 314 Kabnku Plantation Ortnpanv . 31 Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd.. A-- 10 11, McBryde Susar Co., Ltd,, S'-9 t 4, OahuStiirarCo i H5T$r 1(2 , 1' lpjf Olaa Suzar Co Ltd., r 1 ltj OlaaSuparCo.. Ltd., Paid up 11 12K. Pala Plantation Co 300 PeplceoSu car Company ISO 215 .. Wolalua Xcrlcultnral Co., Pd up ... niiuku surar uo Walmanalnurar Company Waimea Mill Co Wilder Steamship Company ... ... Steam Navlcatlon Co . Oahu Hallway i Tjit.d Co BONDS. Hawaiian Govt. S per rent Hllo IUllroad Co. 6 per cent .? Ewa Plantation C ikt centrt..;.. ..?. KahuVu Plantation 6 percent 93" 1GS 00 M, 119 122i 100 113 .. ISO irn in irn 150 19.". 100 103 102 Oahu Railway k Land Co. fi p.c SU.ES Mornlnc lOKIhel 10 75 SKIhel 10S7S 50McBryde,A 4 00 BETWEEN" BO VKD. 10 Eihel 11 00 CUSSIFIEb' ADVERTISEMENTS Clojtiflnl Ahyrtiscmenl$ in Out column icill hi uunttd at 10 cmtt a Imejirtl insertion: 5 crnU a lute second insertion; 30 ants per line per wt ami 30 centx per Im'pcr month. STENOGK APHEK AND TYPEWRITER A. T. 311 LES, Stenographed ana TyjiewrlterJ Office 315 Fort street. Telephone 1J9. - " BOATS FOR SATYR.- TWO brand new skiff. Apply S. P. Peterson, Government yard, corner Alakea and Allen sts., opi03lte Flsdiinarkct. EOR SALE. FOKTY THOCS VND Manila CIpars toturn nt 5 cents each, Myrtlo Cigar Store above Orpheum Theatre, TRUST MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. Apply to E Wolters, at the office ol the Occidental Hotel. WANTED. ACCOJISIODVTIOX In n private family for n man nnd Trtfe. Houe In which there are no other boarder Is preferred. Address K, Boill, HE-PUBLIC VN Office. ONE HUNDRED Families to buy lots on tho Palolo Tract nnd start a suburban town at once. This tract Is within ten minutes walk of the prvposed Kapld Transit Railroad. For further particulars apply to A. T. Cooke, Boom 8, Model Block. coarposnoRs wanted. TWO GOOD compositors. Apply at Office of THE REPUBLICAN at 8 o'clock this morning. GIRLS WANTED. TWO SltART steady Girls, to work in the Bindery of Tho Robert Grieve Publishing Co. pply S o'clock this morning at Office ot THE REPUBLICAN. LOST. BY ACCIDENTAL cato opening, a largo hay colored CallfornlanMirc, weight about SOT lbs.; faint star on forehead, fnt condition. 'A little puupuutir Irritation on fact but heaUng. Right hind hoot a little white. Finder please notlfy rollce Station and reward wlU be paid. EOB SENT. TO A'SINGLE man, one-half or cot-tare in Kins Place, five mlnutca' wilk. from Potonice. For particulars Inquire at No. 3, King Place. NEWXV TurnUhed Rooms, Fort Street Houe, cornoc.YJuejnrd Oneaultablo focDcuitlst. -- j JOTTAGEOf nine ivxims at the corner ot Ala-pal and Berctania streets. Apply to J A ilosrocn i s J50TTAGE of elsht rooms atcomer of Spencer and Hackfeld streets. Apply loJ. A. ilarxjin. OFFICES TO i DESIRABLE business office In second tory neir brick block, corner Alakea and iTerdiam trtvt, single or In suite Apply to J. A, Magoos, Sterchant treet, nexr PvstfS2ce. Honolulu. OFFICES la the new Elite building. Hotel street. Apply at Hart Jfc Co., Ltd. Hawaiian Opera House IVI FR. i?- tT 7 - . m - f W!- 1 - T.ART TWO ,- v ""T T I lit BY NEILL j ATcm nnTHTPA"Nrv: . W 111 i i J.f evening- July 17t:Sir,Cha3. i Young's drama JIM THE PJBNIffATsT, The Prince of f $ U Thursday evening, July 19, the most, famous wlay of the century, tlnLBASXESdPiJEWXOKE. From the greaufiorcl i .! T jr,i TfifiMPlMY WILL Sill JHIJL '-i a ramf mm mm .a i I mr UTBWS OFTTHE TOWN" "- Ladysmith hats at ilrs. Hanna sJ? A very interesting mtinsr of Oahn Iceland will play at Make; Island j Lodge. K of r 'n 1. was belH in its f u atteraoon. J Castle hall on Friday eveninc, at the Water rates may be paid on Monday, i conclusion of which the annual Uie "me twz been extended. orial exercises to fake place this after- The Board of Health will move into I noon at 2230 o'clock were rehearsed, f the Kapiolaniboildinjr on 3Iondar. These exercises will be neld nncer tne joint auspic of Oahu and Mystic t i Iodces. and the ceneral public will be Don't let the other cnessers" ge ahead of you on the Cleveland guess. Charles J. Day will lead the meeting of the T. 3L C. A. Association this afternoon. A. S. Mahanlu is over from Waialua. Mr. Mahaulu is station asent for the A.G. Kaulukon tiled yesterday his petition to be appointed Court. Clerk. It was numerously signed. Ladies' muslin underwear in creat variety can be seen on dismav at JB. F. j Zhler r Co.'s window. If you are looking for bargains in real estate, read the advertisement in this issfle of William Savidge- ' rr Mrs. S. Parker, ABss Yida and Irs. Irene Brown have left Hilo for Mana, where they will spend several weeks. Kev. C. H. Buck, D. D, of New Vork cify, will preach in the 3Tethodist Episcopal church, this morniug at 11 o'clock. There is another hotel scheme on. The proposition is to build a new hotel at Waialua. It will cost $10,000 if erected: - " "" " " The annuul meeting of Wm. G. Ir win & Co, limited, will be held at its office on Tuesday, July 17th, afc3 o clock p. m. Dr. W. L. Moore of Hilo will soon remove to Honolulu, where he will prac tice medicine in the future, He will be succeeded at Hilo by Dr. R.H.JJeed . A meeting of the Republican. (Territorial Central Committee is called for tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce. -"The members of the V.3L O. Association will meet ot 4 o'clock this afternoon to decide upon the possibility of organizing an association base-ball team. Just arrived on the 3raryJE.JFoster,Tjy large smpmeut or horaee, mules, cnoice milch cows and chickens of special varieties. Honolulu Stockvard Co., Col. Will. E. Fisher is fitting up a new real estate office in the Magoon building, opposite the Telephone Exchange. His business had outgrown his old quarters at Merchant and Fort streets. The improved Order of Red Men on Friday evening installed the following officers for the ensuing year: Julius Asch, Prophet; A. E. Murphy, Sachem; H. Forster, Sen. Sagamore; J. F. Schneider, Jun. Sagamore; T. F. McTighe, K. of Wampum; J. F. C. of Records. Dived and Brought TJp His Son. While trying to save George Denisou, an eight-year-old companion, from drowning in the Floyd River here this afternoon, George Lewis, agedtwelve, was also dragged down and died with his friend. l)enison was bathing in the stream and. was supposedly seized "with a'cramp. Lewis plunged in after him when he called for help. At first itf was not known who the lads were and. the lather of Lewis offered to dive for the bodies. He first brought up Denison, and on diving a second time rose with his own son in his arms. He was nearly crazed with grief when he recognized his child. Sioux City Journal. 4 A man never knows whether a woman is really beautiful or not till after he has seen her without her corsets and with no collar on. Every woman has a story about a man whose wife died and his hair turned gray in a single night. NOTICE. - i ' - The annuaLmeeting of Wm. G. Trwin & Co., Ltd, will be held at its office on Tuesday, July H7th, 1900, at 3 p. m. H. M. WHITNEY", JR,. Secretary. Honolulu, July 14. 1900. NOTICE REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CENTRAL COMMITTEE. A meeting of the mittee is called for above named com- Mnnriav .lniv IRfh '" " -, ,wj JI ""'J 33Fia at y:ou a. m. in tLe rtooms 01 tne ber of Commerce, Merchant . street, Honolulu", Territorv of Hawaii. . x CLARANCE'L CRABBE, Temporary Secretary." ' FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. , 50 Share paid up , - TELEGRAPH CO. 40 Shares assessable . TELEGRAPH CO.XWireless) 400 Fort St. Apply to A. J. FALK. 1900-FOURTH JULY 1900 bns a nono.: ,. FLAG4S, HornSjN -7 f N r .!..! 1 i Red; White and Blue. Festooning Papen Torpedoes, iT6 Gifmon's! 755 rs. . IJe'coratihg Sfei.dsJ L.J4fi.5rr . r , , p u "' vja ;' vut nx1 J.--J. jt j jfu. i. z t - - r AT TELE BIG STORE uifpMiutT4, sjk&Mm Wtmvm PRICES!'! ramd ! i m ? m T017 EU3 XO RISK OF DOES' G SO IF YOU TRAim W13M US. ITIHAjS ALWAYS BEE2T OUR OB ; JEGT TO GITE OUR PATROLS THE EST VALUE FOR THEIR AIOET. 5 - BOTH IN QUANTITY AND QUALITY. U WE LEAD THE WAT 1 LACES," AD WE SHALL CQyTLSUE TO SELL f"o!r cdime: week more 10 Valeecieeees i dmm i "''taserliomS' m AN ENDLESS YARIETT OF NEW AND EXCLUSIVE - EASTERNS i - YOU-WILL-ALSO ."ADLIT; Til AT AT THE PRICES W& HAVE MARKED THIS LOT ARE RIDICULOUS; WHOEVER HEARD OF A FRENCH VAL EDGING BEING" SOLD FOR J iD Omca; 20C A rIEOE OF" 12 YDS 20c. THAT IS JUST WHAT W5 ARE DOING. :T I. S. MS DRY GOODS . Ltd, THE PEOPLES' PROYIbERS SCHUriAN'Snoj Carriage and ; TRAPS, ui f t COLDEpiALtiaENCY, ioom 4; Htm, imfcjfo 'Sift 4 n 4 Harness Repository, MERCHANT STREET Between Fort and Alakea Streets. We have just receivod ex Alden Bessie, bark Irn .' jrard, Rosamond and W. H. Dimond and have now on dis play a Large New Stock of Elegant and Up-to-date SURREYS, -5 PHiETONS ' BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, Etc. Also STYLISH SINGLE and DOUBLE CARRIAGE and BUGGY HARNESS. A new line of LAP ROBES, LAMPS, WHIPS, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS. Aff Goods now on Display BOWERS MEflCHJMTS' PlTflQIt AND " TeUiiphom7$&tM edl O? Boat, Sfex&ia tT If inljta,. uiO"rt.S.i .TJT, 4 . SieCt fit.-. fv i i . i 4 nenaote ano t.mi&oiuii.tcBna ium!SfljOB oort sttttctjwr, '. a t ISt5a ita J n I c J5i. - , ' ' - VMV . ,, ' WUtQ&r . ' '. t&xtux sroHttflTA. , sipr.iLra Y&n&i&i ' .Mwudn'i&i! , y tHOIJlfcW & 'VJ-..4. C" ' 'J , . - - " c . i - 1 - s - wtw'