Are for Sale
THE HONOLULU BEPUBLICAK, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 190G.
jT1 jLA MURPHY & GO'S
In the Shoe
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets
By their New Owners - ' "
L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Limited,
Who bought them at One-half
Public at One-half their value.
NEWS FROM HILO.
(Contiuuud from Pago 1.)
AUss Omit Little has been ordered by
nor physician to reside for the nresem
at Kahvikl. for a change of climate '
from Uio tea coast
Mrs. Irene Brown of Honolulu gave
a luau Saturday evening, at the
home of Mr. John Brown, to a
number of Hilo friends.
Mrs. C. M. Hyde, mother of C. K.
.Hyde, was an arrival by Inst Klnau.
Mrs. Hyde will spnd some time at the
Harry Evans of Honolulu, who spezst j
Urn Fourth In Hilo. is so well' pleased ,
with the outlook that he lutonds I
a business here,.
Ihe now Catholic school will be th
finest frame school building on the 1st- '
jinils. Bishop Ropert will be presert j
nt the dedication in August. '
The volcano stage will hereafter con-
nect with the "suburban trains on
the Hilo Railroad, at nine miles, twioc
dally. Instead of running to Hilo. i
Judgo C A. Galbraith and C. H. j '
Brown did not rcturu to Hilo by the
last Kinau. They are waiting the ar- '
rival of Judge Estee In Honolulu.
A native employed on Shipman'i
ranch, while out shooting the
rinv. hdLi one of his arms blown off h?
the accidental Discharge of a gun.
Robert Moore of Pepeekeo is not enjoying
the best of health and will take
a vacation, ana with .Mrs. Aioore, wm i
reside for a wnlle on the unianus
Jca of Hakalau. j
A rather heavy shock of earthquake j
at about 9 o'clock on Tuesday- evenluq;
aroused a transient interest In the d
lugs of Pele, which have of late been ,
conspicuously absent. j
A. U Stowjirt ot T. H. Davtes & Co. j
had the misfortune to drop an ax on i
his foot Thursday while handling some
of Uils porUon of the Company's stock.
A serious wound was the result.
The order compelling fish dealers to
use the nsarKet has been published, and
It devolves upon the police of Hilo to
sec that the law is enforced. Sanitary
reasons demand a change.
C. E. Ziegenfus. a long-time mainland
newspaper man, has transferred
iiis business Interests to Honolulu and (
is displaying his abilities la the j
umns or Tne Kepuoiican.
J. Ryan, of the American Settlers
Association, Olaa, spent the Fourth Ix,
Hilo. Since he hied himself to ths I
woods he has raised a beard and other
good crops. He looks like a "Pop."
tion will be brought from the Atlantic
coast by the first steamer on the new .
line which wiirhave a service between
Jvew York, San Francisco and Hawaii.
The estate of James Xakapsahl has
been fully administered and the
discharged, and Mrs.
has sold her laterest in the
homestead to Mrs. Carrie X. Rowland.
Edward Allen Horan and Miss
Degemeyer will be married bv
Hev. C. W. Hill at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Heary Iten, Olaa, on Saturday
evenisg next. Miss Sutton will bv
Refereaces to Hilo as the Rainy City
am the part of the Honolulu preee are
aot ot late so much in evidence as
Sch is Use effect of travel in
feroukalBg the mlad ud lacrMMlcc
FORT AND HOTEL
Henry Easton made a flying trip 10
Mauna Kea on Monday, returning on
Wednesday. He has resigned his position
as manager of the mountain ranch
of W. H. Shipman. He has a still better
opening in view.
The latest in the development of
newer Hilo is the report, well
ticated. that a new paper is to be started
in Hilo. Looking back over ths
early life of the Tribune and Herald, a
dividend of 1 per cent at the end otfiv
years is predicted.
A" Japanese employed in the Hilo
Mercantile company's lumber yard met
with an accident on Monday which
suited in his death next day. He was
assisting in carrying a piece of heavy
timber and when it was thrown over
he happened to be underneath.
J. G. Serrao is erecting a frame
building for stores in his Shipman-
street property next his residence. Th:
wm not cover the lot on the corner of
Bridge and Shipman streets, where the
term of his lease requires the erection
of. a fireproof building within the next
The yacht race for the Matson cup
was sailed on Saturday, as agreed upon
by a few of the embers of the Hilo
Yacht Club, and proved a close race
between the Flash, sailed by Captain
Pratt and his old crew Rose, Hapai.
Jones and Fiterre and the whaleboat
uenny, sailed oy uaptam jacK nson
and a crew composed of a half dozen
old salts. The Flash won easily.
Maine's Saddest Cat,
The saddest cat la Maine is that
Presquo Isle feline which pounced upon
au artificial bird in a millinery store,
and ate it, plass eyes and all, before
discovering its mistake. Kennebec
Hardware Co., Ltd.
lipBrters im Btilirs la
o s and 4 uh chandeliers and Elec-
troliers. Aietal and Glass Lamps,
Faints Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil, Cylinder oil, Dynamo oils, etc
Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural
House Furnisbing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions.
Table Cutlery, etc.
Plantation Supplies of
Hart's Patent " Duplex' Die Stock ior
Pipe, and Bolt Cutting; Rubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc
Made of steel and will last longer and
gire better satisfaction than any
other manufactured. v
Orders from the other Islands aoU
cited Md WMMtiy filled. - ' , Zh
Store at the
their cost and now
" Name on Ever' Piece."
FOR SALE BY
LEWIS & GO,,
Grocers, Sole Agents.
Ill FORT ST. TEL. 210.
offer them to the
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer
Is uei daily by hundreds ot the best
people lu the Hawaiian Islands It has stool
the test ot time and Its merits are now
generally conceded. See that you get the
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer
Is for sale by all Druggists and at tho DXIOX
BnnKK SHOP. Telepuono 696.
Jlien Buying a JMttcl
pvEim and Always be IiigJd.
HONOLULU BIKE CO.
The Honolulu Republican will be delivered
to any part of the city for 75c
pe month or ?2 per quarter.
PFLUGER" AND ,5AI. E. WATSON.'
Large Assortment of
' CAUSTIC SODA.
RIDGING, Etc., CEMENT and
tss 1 ;Co,, Ltd.
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BY THE BABKS ' C.
We Have ,Reeeived a
BICARBONATE OP SOD,
' k WW 0
Boys' Waist Suits
in all Sizes and
Varieties of Colors,
These goods are
ca irom 1U to JU per cent, duty which we
rysr rpTT?p mi.Tr. :.- ... :.. . .
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The HILO TRUHUKE
"W. H. SMITH, : : : Editor
GAKCH. C. STEELE, : : Manager
Subcription Local.. pervear
I Foreign. 3.50 " "
D This publication has the largest circulation
on tho Island of Hawaii of anv
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, and a an
Advertising 'sMedium is SECOND TO
TO DELIVER ICE
THE OAHU ICE
& ELECTRIC CO.
Have everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from artesian
Your Orders Solicited.
flOFFIAN & MAEIHAI
Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box 600.
To whom it may concern:
All bills due me standing
over three months and not
paid on the Last of this
Month will be placed in the
hands of my attorney.
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nvin fii'?iTrr lrr - - I
o one xrnueo oiicto ttic juuDiuivcxy ujllc
Cheapest ever offered in Honolulu.
Youths' Suits and
Jackets and Pants
in Nobby and
ish Cut, perfect
finish, 81.50 up.
the first of our New Slock since the chanso of Tnrtffsain
ins is it liiit; ( ii ii ii ii i n 1 1 1 v nir
Clothing very cheaply.
K. KWR S
A JJM& 'k
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Lid.
4G 5IERCHA5T STREET.
O AN DI ES
You will be delighted with
the results if you send us
$1, $1.50, $2, 2.50, or
$3 on receipt will send by
LT. S. mail to an' Postoffice
Address in the Hawaiian
Islands free, the Finest
Box of Fresh Assorted
Candies packed in handsome
boxes in size accord
ing to the amount sent us.
Pick out half a dozen of your
best Friends or your Ene
mies for that matter, send
us their Addresses with the
amount covering the size
Boxes you wish sent and
you will be delighted with
THE HEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Silent Bate Shop
give to our CUSTOMERS HV
a : .- t . .. -
run i hii r rnn in i rinrr n i in
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
' WESTERN JNS. CO.
J. H. FISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
J. H. FISHEE,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
- W. G. IKWIX t Co. -S
Alstracts and Certicates of
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. L-. EVANS,
Curbing, Black and
Soil ol all Description for-Sak.
PW far Bk.
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