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R THE BQKQEDLU BEPCIMOIN TUESDAY, JELY 04, 1900.
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THE HOXOjffLP REPUBLICAN.
Put nshcd Every Morning Except
fey the Robt. GrieTe Publishing
Company. Limited.
EDWIN'S. GILL. - - - - EDITOR.
' TELEPHONES:
Justness Office 473
iiltorial Hooms 123
Sniered at the Post.Office at
H. L, aa second-class malL
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
;-or Month, by Carrier ..$ 75
One Year, by Mall i 800
Sir Months, by Mall 400
Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2 25
HONOLULU, H. T- .TULT 24, 1S0Q.
Tie Boxer aprislng doesn't stem to
be "a pipe dream." but the "layout
nwet be smashed.
There Is reason for thinking that the
bead of the Empress Dowager Is longer
s)Mn her feet, which are said to measure
only four inches.
The shoe output of New Hampshire
htetyear was valued at nearly
This helped to put the Suite on a
good business footing, as It were.
According to the figuring of the
managers, there are no
States this year. But "the eagle
bird" still shrieks from every platform.
This year's convention of the Ohio
Democrats was the smallest for the
pmt iftsarter of a century. Yet, Chairman
Jones predicts Democratic success
fa Ohio this year.
The Boer war has dwindled down to
BKh insignificance that it looks as
thoagh the time had come for Lord
- RiArts to roturn to England, if he
to have a really enthusiastic
home.
A fortune of three million dollars has
jOBt been left to Miss Erna Ihde of Milwaukee
by a rich merchant of Berlin,
' Vrtpm she had nursed to health. Be a
bright. Iltde for some poor jouth to
shine up to this fair Milwaukeean.
"Washington exercised the veto power
twWo, Monroe but one time, Lincoln
three times and McKInley four times.
Tolerance and confidence in the
branches of the Government
have characterized the actions of our
greatest Presidents.
The press of the Eastern portion of
the United States isclamoring for the
rsturn homo of all foreign missionaries
to devote themselves to the Christian
fruit farmers, "who pack peaches
for market with the rotten spots
down."
When the Gorman eagles get ready
to attack the Chinese dragon, then will
Taome the tug-of-war in China, for the
Gorman troops carry imperial orders
not to rest until those eagles have vanquished
the monstrous winged serpent
which the Celestials have adopted as
tfiolr war god.
Eight thousand three hundred and
thirty-two men have left the Australian
shoros, Including New Zealand and
Tasmania, to servo in South Africa.
The British Australasian of May 17
says: "Who would have thought a few
years ngd of Australasia raising an
army of S000 men for service beyond
her shores?"
t Even so early in the season there are
said to be more than three thousand
imnniless men at Cape Nome. The secret
agents of the Government evidently
foresee a serious time in Alaska next
fall, and the administration is considering
the advisability of sending vessels
North later on to bring home the
stranded gold hunters.
Tho New Orleans Picayune suggests
that "governments should have the appointing
of the missionaries when the
governments are expected to fight the
battles they instigate." Not a bad Idea;
a bureau of missionary effort might be
orected in the Department of State.
Why should the "ministers" be made
to sunor for the aggressions of the
missionaries?
The Crescent Ice Company of New
Orleans publishes the following advertisement
lu the local papers: "If you
pay more than our present price for ice
you pay too much, vis.: 100 pounds,
2Cc; 50 pounds. 15c; 5 pounds, 10c
Those prices hold for the entire summer.
Lucky housekeepers of New Orleans.
And then, too, they get ten
pounds and not six when they pay for
ten pounds a day. There is neither
morality nor justice la the ice company
-making consumers stand wastage.
Captain Flint of the water-front
"lice, In his answer to his wife's divorce
suit, says he only receives a salary of
5S0 per month, and tho High Sheriff
makes affidavit to the same effect
Since the wife declares that the captain's
income Is not less thaa $2S0 per
month it very naturally causes a good
many- people to take renewed interest
In the'report that shipping sailors was
r a mighty profitable industry for certain
Ji&K officials in the Police Departseat.
'If a road Sfft ere built all over
tho Islaads of Haul aad Kauai, for ex-
aple, the cott wocW be aearly half
defrayed by the two big towas of the
grog. That 'is hfieaase those towas
(Honolulu aad Hilo) pay ao
part of the taxes that make up
-the iund." That says the
Tertifer in setting forth reasons why
municipal government for Honolulu
and Hilo should not be granted. How
do yoa like that, merchants and business
men of Honolols idth your present
high taxes? Don't yoa think it
would be lovely to go on paying the
major part of the cost of public improvements
for all parts of the Territory
to the detriment of &e pressing
needs of the municipality 2
The Tacoma Ledger makes the following
pertinent comment on the presence
of delegates from Hawaii at the
Democratic National Convention:
"Delegates from Hawaii sat in the Republican
National Convention and others
will attend the Democratic convention.
The Hawalians were warmly welcomed
at Philadelphia, but If the
Democrats are consistent they will receive
the cold shoulder at Kansas City.
These delegates from our recent acquisition
represent expansion, which is so
utterly opposed by Bryan Democrats,
although all expansion of territory previous
to that which acquired Hawaii
came under Democratic administrations.
The Democratic policy was reversed
when Grover Cleveland hauled
down the American flag in Honolulu.
Just how the Democratic anti-expansionists
will receive the Hawalians remains
to be seen. These delegates are
Democrats because President Cleveland
approved of a monarchy and did his
best to maintain it, and these views are
also out of joint with those ol the anti-imperialists
who will gather at the
Bryan convention."
AN IMPOTENT EXCUSE.
"If we had the evidence we would
proceed in the case." said High Sheriff
Brown to a Republican reporter Friday
night, in explaining his failure to
make any move towards prohibiting
the illegal sale of liquors in the Grill
restaurant on King street- Then the
High Sheriff -went on to say: "The
way in which liquor is furnished patrons
of the Grill I do not believe constitutes
a sale, tho -liquor being purchased
at a regularly licensed saloon."
We would like to ask you, Mr. High
Sheriff, is It a part of your duty to interpret
the law or is that a matter for
the courts? Does the license for tho
saloon that the Grill secures its liquors
from say that it may sell liquor at two
places In the city, or does it specifically
name the premises where liquors may
be sold as the law requires that all
licenses .shall do?
And, too, Mr. High Sheriff, does the
license for this particular saloon say
that tho proprietor of It shall have the
privilege of selling liquors on Sunday
or between the hours of 11:30 p. m.
and 5:30 a. m.? Is it, then, so very difficult
for you to secure evidence of the
fact that -the Grill sells liquors to its
customers on Sundays and between
midnight and 5 o'clock in the morning?
If so, then you are utterly unfit to be
an officer of tho law, for Tho Republican
has had no trouble in securing evidence
to this effect.
Come, now, Mr. High Sheriff, why
don't you honestly declare that this is
a case of a man with a pull, who can
violate the law as he pleases, and it
The Republican or anyone else who believes
the law should be honestly enforced
for all alike don't like It, "they
can be d n," as someone Is reported to
have said.
HOW THEY-LOVE EAWAHANS.
An idea of the love of the Democrats
of the mainland for the Hawalians can
be gleaned from the following in the
New York Herald of July 7. In describing
the Insertion of the free-saver
plank in the Democratic platform,
the Herald said:
"Mr. Baughman of Maryland, who
was one of the most efficient leaders of
the fight against 16 to 1, was particularly
exasperated -by the action of the
Hawaiian delegate. He had been with
Mr. Wise during much of the night and
had understood that he was one of the
firmest of the conservative men. .
"'It was a great fight,' said Mr.
Baughman, 'and we were beaten by a
Hawaiian. Just think of it! By a Hawaiian!'
"
"And we were beaten by a Hawaiian!
Just think of it! By a Hawaiian," declared
Mr. Baughman, and he but echo
ed the sentiments of hundreds of Eastern
delegates to the convention. Oh,
yes; the Democrats just love the
in a horn.
Tho Trouble With. China.
(From tho New Orleans Picayune.)
If the Chinese were an expansive
people, they would send their Confucius
missionaries to this country to
make converts and back them up with
guns. But for centuries they have developed
the dull and heathenish habits
of minding their own business.
Soma Political Pointers.
Says the Hilo Tribune: "There Is little
agitation in political circles at present,
aad though no doubt the pipes are
being laid, there is little open electioneering.
It is currently reported that
John Brown will thh for the lower
house on the Independent Democratic
ticket, from Hilo, and there Is little
doubt that he will pull the solid Hawaiian
xote. A. B. Loebenstein will
probably be a candidate for the upper
house, aad he has assurances of backing
in influential qaarters, and is per--
haps the oaly haole who can depend
ypon the Hawalians quite generally for
support. In Kau his, name also stood
at the head of- a list of four decided
upon at a mass meeting as the men
who should be choeea for the Senate
from this Island."
J&pa&flM ftaestioa in. Washington.
Th Jap qaeetic. has already struck
the shiBgie aad lumber milk of Paget
Soend,a4 therein bottnd e serioaa I
trouble, i ot bloodshed; Oa Tsf4iy
a number of Jap laborers employed to
replace white men in an Anacortes mill
tried to land from, the steamer Dode at
Anacortes. A hundred men. assembled
on the wharf and beat the Orientals
back on the steamer. This Is a mere
notion of what there Is to come.
Whatcom Blade.
FIMHGIAL GONBITIQK
OF TIE GOYERNUEMT.
The coinage of the "United States
Mints for the current fiscal year is as
follows:
Double eagles $78,49-2,700 CO
Eagles . . . . 21,779,310 CO
Half eagles 729,055 00
Quarter eagles . . . 133,015 00
Standard dollars . . . . ISAHSi 00
Half dollars . ... 5fcioS 50
Quarter dollars tLS15& 25
Dimes .. . 2.71G.093 40
Nickels . . . 137,153 60
Cents 70517 61
Total . $ 14L30LU70 36
In . . 130355,666 79
A summary of the coinage for the last
fiscal year is as follows:
Gold .107,937,110 00
Silver .. .. 3L12L183 15
Minor . 2,243,017 21
Julias Jacobs, Assistant Treasurer of
the United States at San Francisco,
reports cash on hand June 30 as follows:
United States notes . $24441 00
Treasury notes of 1S90 . 84,044 00
National bank notes . . 1,55 00
Gold certificates 1,520 00
Silver certificates . . . 377,574 00
Gold coin . . 26,472,63S 86
Standard silver dollars . . 31,752,228 00
Subsidiary silver coin... 235,079 05
Minor coin . . . 18854 39
Coupons 602 85
Interest checks . ... 58 SO
Total . . . . $58,970,433 95
Shipments of silver coin from the
same office for the mouth of June were
as follows:
Standard silver dollars . . $128,500
Subsidary silver , 177,390
Minor coin 4,600
Total $310,490
Big Buddhits Turnout.
ThBuddhist Temple on Fort-street
lane, was crowded Sunday afternoon
with worshipers, nearly 400 people being
present, many of whom were white.
K. Banko was the principal speaker.
He delivered an interesting and instructive
address on "Buddhism." The
occasion was the first meeting of the
Young Men's Buddhist Association.
If you want to rent a house.
If you want to "buy a'home.
If you want to sell your house.
If you want to rent your house.
If you have something to auction.
Ring up
Main 79
Will E. Fisher,
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets.
AMERICAN
MESSENGER SERVICE.
Telephone 444.
MASONIC TEMPLE.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-.
By order of W. H. Hoogs, President
of theNnhikn Sugar Company, Limited,
a meeting of the stockholders will be
held on Tuesday, July 31st, 19G0, at 10
o'clock A. M., in the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce in Honolulu, for
the purpose of considering the advisability
of the postponement of the complete
development of the plantation for
"
one year.
All stockholders are earnestlv re
quested to attend this meetinjr. and
those who cannot bo present are re
quested to send their proxies.
H. AE3EITAGE.
Secretary Xahiku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, H.I., July 23rd, 1900.
Five Dollars Reward.
Five dollars reward will be paid to
the person who returns the secondhand
Sterling bicycle, No. 1725, to the
Pacific Cycle Co.
Lost.
On May 30th, a second-hand Sterling
Bicycle, No. 1725, from in front cf Associated
Charities, Hotel street A reward
of $5-will he paid to party return
Ing this Tree! to the Pacific Cycle Co.,
Fort street
NOTICE.
Under the United on and
f ier Jane ti, 1S59, all saippias re
ceipts must bear a Docamentary
War Tax Staiap oa the original,
aad.trittlfcale.
Shippers nre requested to affir the
staatpl, are&rdtag to law, as freight
caBBot'beJseeived otherwise.
of the.coatets of jaek&ses.
INTEJMSLAND STEAM NAVIGAr
JTIONCOMPANT.LTD. .i
WILDER STEAMSHIP CO.
if. s? "." V- ...
We are showing the Largest
Assortment of
European Rugs;
We have ever handled at
prices that cannot be repeated,
as the present
-'Duty, on these lines is
prohibitive. They comprise:
TAFESTRY, 1IMIMSTE8,
STEH, VELVET PILE,
im, DAS DAS, aad BODY
MISSELS in CENTER, SOFA aid
""'DWfr HALL art STAIB
"" CARPET fa Tapestry, VELVET
PILE -and BODY BRUSSELS, in
Great Variety.
JAPANESE JUTE HUGS, STRAW MATS
and HAHINS, LINOLEUM, OILGLOTR,
COCOA FIBRE MATTINS, OOQR
MATS always on band at
LWJ0RMN
HO. lOfOKTST.
The Hawaiian
Hardware Co., Ltd.
importers anaDealers !n
Hardware, Crockery,
and Glassware.
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and
Aletni and Glass Lamps,
Lamp Fisturt s,
Paints Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil, Cylinder oil, Dynamo oils, etc.
Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural
Implements, etc.
House Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions,
Table Cutlerv, etc.
Plantation Supplies oi
Every Description.
Hart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Kubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc.
Agents for
The Aermotor,
Made of Steel and will last longer and
givo better satisfaction than any
other manufactured.
Orders from the other Islands solicited
and promptly filled.
W.-E. BIVENS,
REAL 'ESTATE,
STOCKS & BONDS
OFFICE CORNER KING
AND BETHEL STREETS
TOR SALE.
1. Business Lot on Fort street
2. Business Lot on Eeretania street
3. Business Lot in Chinatown.
i. New House, eight rooms, half acre
grounds, near car line. Very- cheap.
5. Beautiful Residence Property on
Prospect street, commanding view of
th ecity.
6. Elegant House of seven rooms,
large grounds, on Lunalllo street
7. Five-Room House on Beretanla
street
S. Four Lots in Kaimuka Tract. A
bargain. On very easy terms.
9. Lots near Kapahuli'roadf"7o to
"-
$200 each. Easy terms.
The Furniture ofa 5-roomed Cottage.
FOR RENT.
Neat Cottage of 5 rooms. "
Metropolitan Meat Co.
108 KIWG STREET.
g. J. WAuant, - - Xaaager.
Wholesale aad BetaU
BUTCHERS and
.,
NAYY CONTRACTORS
FETAXCIAL.
BISHOP & CO.
BANKERS,
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANK
ING AND EXCHANGE
BUSINESS.
Commercial and. Travelers Letters ol
Credit issued., available in all the
Principal Cities of the World.
INTEREST allowed on fixed deposit
Thsee Months 3 per cent per an
numz
Six Months 3r per cent pep an nam;
Twelve Months 4 per cent. pn
annum.
BISHOP & CO.
SltilJiGS BflHK
Office at banking buildiajr on Mer
chant street.
Savings Deposits will be received
and interest allowed by this Bank at
4i per cent, per annum.
Printed copies of the Rules and Regulations
maybe obtained on application.
BISHOP 8c CO.
LAUS SPRECKELS. ATM. G. IRWIN
Clans Spreckels & Co.,
Bankers.
HONOLULU. - - - H.T.
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada National
Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lou
don, Ltd.
NEW YORK Aci'rican Exchange
National Bank.
CHICAGO Merchants' National
Bank.
PARIS Credit Lyoncais.
BERLIN Dresdner lisnk.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
The Hongkong and Shanghai Baufcim.'
Corporation.
NEW ZEALAND K AUSTRA
LTA Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVEU
Bank of British North Americ .
TBANSACT A GENERAL BANKINU
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Mads oi.
Approved Security. Commercial a:H
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange
Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED
POR.
LIMITED
Subscribed Capital Ton 21,000,000
Paid, Up Capital -Reserved xea 18,000,000
ruud - . Ten 8,000,000
HEAD OFEOU - - Yokohama
Tho bank "mys and receives for collections
B".is of Exchange, issues
Drafts.and etters of Credit and trans
acts a gent ral banking' business.
Agency Yokohama Specie Bauk.'
NewRepublieBuilding, Honolulu, H.T.
J. H. FISHER & CO.,
ITembers of Honolulu Jischange
Stock and Bond Brokers
411 FORT STREET.
Advances Made on Approved Security
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Stockholders are hereby notified
that the Fourth Assessment of 5 per
cent, or Two and One-half Dollars por
share on the Capital Stock of the
TELEGRAPH CO., Ltd.,
is due and payable July 1st, at the office
of the undersigned, 411 Fort street.
J. H. FISHER,
Acting- Treasurer Inter-Island Telegraph
Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, June 1, 1900.
Silent Barbershop
SEVEN BARBERS,
Arlington. Block, : : : Hotl St
JOSEPH TEKHTANDEZ, rop.
OAHURAiLWAYANOUNDGO.
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TlfWE TABLE.
From and After January 1, 1900.
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P.A3LAG.
MODEL C,
MODEL G,
The strongest, best constructed, latest lightest aad easi 3i
running Chainless made.
Come in and sej for yourself.
Siller's Block, Fort Street
TEAS
INDIA.
CEYLON, ..',
"FORMOSA, OOLONG.. "" - 1 -
ENGLISH BIIKAKFAST.
- ORANGE PES -E.
Pan Fired, Japanese (or Green), Basket' Fired, Japanese (or Black Lear,
' Natural Leaf (or Sun Dried), Youuir 11 ypou,
Gunpowder. Etc.,
And any blend that the most fastidious taste may demand.
To some unfortunates any hot discolorwi deeotion of withered leaves is
"TEA."
Tendering a profound compassion to this class of persons, w appeal to
hose who love a good cup of real 'TEA.
Few good judges of UTEA" are entirely satisfied with the quail- as
possessed by ariv one braud of uTEA,n and seek to supply doiiulorioie ly u
mixture of different "TEAS," technically called "blending."
With our experience of years, we can do this better than ihi amateur c
our large knowledge of "TEAS'' guiding us with comparative eertai fey
when tho mere amateur blunders.
If you are still looking for a " TEA" that suits yon let us help you. ' fa
carry the most complete line of choice "TEAS" ' in the country.
HENRY MAY
TWO B!3
THE WATERH0USE STORE,
Bethel Street, Telephone 24
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1900
STERLING
Ess
$70.00
$S0.00
PACIFIC CYCLE C0.f
SOLJE AGENTS
PEERLESS AhIA
I'ffll
& Pn TD
STOR
!THE MclNTYRE STORE.
j Cor King and Fort Sts. Tef 22
Francisco Pi
Charges ! No Consnl i
"
our customers the beneplf
A
iiedroom sets, 7 pieces,
the factorv. S22. , straight fr Jl
Mattresses of omrr . . .. ,
excelsior. feair r description, wc 1,
Mirrors, all si- -'be, etc., from $2 1 o.
a?3' Prlcoa and y1 3
T ' -10'
Hanging ,
tinwnr' "ramP3t lanterns, orockcy.
Ch " naruwnre, etc., at less th ux
volnm amans prices. .
ji" 2000 bool) i. t
" w cuooso irom.
& so;N.
'
- nf
v. uereiania sire t.
No More Duty ! No Entry
Therefore we will give
150 Double bedsteads, with mattress
and pillows complete, 86.
100 best quality high beds, 7.
50 White Enameled iron beds, brass
trimmings, $6.
500 Pillows, from 25o up: feather pillows
75c.
Extra high meat safes, half price, from
-.ou up.
Books lent to read- 5 cents r
, t
L, S.
1 Vnnnnti afrMa
Between Fort and ihw.uv
BY TEE BAHES j, c
WoF'. Received a
PTIXGER" AXD "M. E.TSON"
Morton's and
Crosse. Biackwell
GROG
BICARBONATE OP SODA,
WASH
Large AssortirienfroF
:r ES-. -
SODA,
'
?.
CAUSTIC S0D&
and OILS
RIDGING, Etc., CEMENT and
PAIWTS
CORRUGATED ?IR0N,
FLREBRJCKS, CARBOLLNILI, STOCKHOLM
TAR, BUCKETS, TUBS, TINPLA.TES,
TEAKETTLES, Etc
H. Hacmeld a Gq., Ltd.
Bead
3? pnolulu Republican.
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