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IF01 c r Jp B tfRLlNGTDH ONE w ts AH Sizes, Solid or DropStitch. p RbMbMBBR THE DATE-UNTIL AUG. 1st. 3 v., !' lli'l. lu our I- t lr K M iJjiuUIM " V y : Ti J - - Wl x - '5rr2Ts& isj'ir' "Window a Unndsome Liue of & J FJISCfl S? C. I At ItlfeKediiced Prices FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. mis fl. . KILLEflN, !ii Block LADIES' MUSLIN Wo hnvc .net received sinmnit of Ladies' Muslin Underwear vhirli. wo believe, in Variety of Styles, Completeness ot Assortment and General Attractiveness, 1 s novor been surpassed in uLEflbINQ niLLIKER. HOTEL STREET UNDERWEAR, direct from the makers ail N- . Honolulu. enumerate the dillerent display ot a few-of them in our WindowT ' idea of what they are, and Worthy of Inspection will be found Ladies and Waists in WMte, "Black and I S, but few of a kind. dres ' 1 ravelin". walkinrx or ue. iii white, black cotton pitj .. i bono delay in osupPijing short notice suitable lor almost of any description, Yrould do ' H'aia jS too large to gar-i . Us. scTwo have made a Large Central will give one a partial !., .rietv of styles we have. This Stock is i. the same department I1 WAISTS, Ladies Mi MlS snitx. SiJLk I 1 ! ..1 im lurini. a jargo varjeiv ot Ladies'-over skirfB for of silk, wool, linen, alll colors. There need olio's self with a sfcirt at am oecasion. Ladies in want of a cape elsewhere, they iupseet ocir stock w til if. before wirchasin: of capes. Gapes for the opera, for dress, for traveling, Cor walking, riding, golf, etc., in white, black ancrcolors. B. f. (xM?(& T BIGOT. f x7 KIA& (&iy4y&gfiQ& ko UEEK "v"al-ae LADIES H051 " v mc HOSOItULTT BEP0ULIGAN SUNuiX JCbX 29, 1900. BOARD OF EDjOIIiOH MEETS. EfSPECIOB GZ3TE2AX. HESBT S. ICRIfSEXD KESIGX5. The Superintendent cf Pablic tisn. Asccicct a. JLcir of Appoiatseat. At the meetfcss of the Beard of Edn- cation yesterday Saperiiitecdeat .Atkinson aacoBnced the resignation "of Inspector H- S. Townsead of the Territorial schools, -which was tentfered Friday to take effect August 3L Besides Jlr. Toirnsend's resignation, Atkinson announced a number of changes and new appointments, many of rhJch came aa a- sur prise. H stated that the changes were the remit of the report of the by the Teachers' Committee. After complimentary remarks to the retiring inspector by Mr. Atkinson, the latter gentleman proposed that 31 r. T-IL Gibson, who was formerly a teacher on Kauai and more recently one of the leaders in educational matters here, be recommended to the position. Superintendent Atkinson recommended that Mr. Charles Baldwin and Mr. S. Kellinoi be appointed normal instructors at a salary of 250 per month, the appointees to pay their traveling expenses. Jn proposing this change Mr. Atkinson said that the question had been carefully gone over by the board and I that It ttos thought best under the near conditions to arrange for the salaries as proposed. This vievr had been taken by the auditor, whose opinion would go far in questions of finance under popular government Upon the recommendation of Mr Atkinson. Mr. Townsend was at once appointed to be principal of the school iKaahuiunu street). The following appointments were also an' Papaikou Seraphim Simao (Graduate of Normal school. Ililo Union Miss Mary Deyo (place of Mrs. Kelsey. resigned). Miss Uthel Wolfe. Houokohau Miss Caila J. Harrison, principal (transferred from Kekahai; Miss Trinidad Marcos (transferred from Holualoa). Mukapala Miss Evelyn Van Deerlia (place of Mrs. Moore, transferred). Waiplo Joseph de Silva (Noimal Ulupalakua F. P. Roseerans aud Mrs. F. P. Roseerans (transferred from Lahainaluna). Kealahou C. E. Copeland and Mrs. C. E. Copeland (transferred from Reform school). Nahiku Miss Eliza dos Reis from Pata). Wailau, Molokai Miss Bernice Peahi (Normal school). Kaahumanu Mrs. Isabel Creighton, MIssLi7.zle Gurney, Miss Emma Ljons, Miss Clara Gurney, Miss Daisy Lisa-man (transferred from Kaiulani), Mrs. C. E. Moore (transferred from Miss Charlotte Beckwith (Primary), Miss Clara M. Mueller, Miss Ada C. Cleveland (transferred from Noimal). High School Miss Clara Ziegler. Normal and Training Miss Susan G. Clark (place of Mrs. McLellan), Miss Kate Egan (place of Miss Cleveland, Uansf erred). Miss Adeline O. Clark (traiisfened from Wahiawa). Kahuku William Isaac (transferred from Kuilua). Kekaha W. M. Massle (place of Miss Harrison, resigned). Walmea Mrs. W. I. Wells. - Hanapepe Miss M. Johnson. Hanamaulu Miss Charlotte Mum-ford (principal) and Miss Lottie Jordan (Normal School.) Koolau Miss Ella Thronas (Normal School). Kilanea Miss Florence Bush (Normal School, place of Miss S. Beerman, i esigned). Waiohinu Miss Mary Ferreira, principal (transferred from Makiki); Miss Bertha Maria Rush. Nicht School. Kawaiahao Miss Ber tha Ben Taylor (transferred from Waiohinu). OWNERS OF BMSHiG ML THET TAKE THEIR CASES IKTO CIRCUIT cbURT. The Washlaston Morcantilo Company Dissatisfied With Ruth Kailieha as Executrix Court Notes. There was a batch of appeals from the Second District Conrt tiled hi the Circuit Court yesterday. Jl. Benindo, who owns pastvre laud at Kahili, w:5 awarded judgu it for small amouafs, raugiiig from io $7, acaiust tho following partie M. R. Castaulin, and C-' luo la Caniara. The defendants hnr appealed, as stated. Robertson and W lder for plaintiff; J. T. De Bolt niM -." !. Vivas for defendants. Judgment . ndered in the Sec)ud i District Court a plalutitf in the case of J. 3L Viva aibe.Ha court and J. Alfrt i oou, garnishee, for $4-35. Vivas hx 4e;Ued'the case, In the-case of Ia,s mi "Estate, Ltd., vs. n. C. Beid. com. LiRthe lease of a piece of land 100. lt s Honolulu, thedefeudaut lia. a$ealed from the decision of the lower court. Kbertsou and Wier. attorneys for the Steamship Company, have iild a motion to extend the time for pv ang bill of exceptions till August 15. ti. Jonathan Sliaw, of Evelyn Xichols Bidwell, his tiled lib annual repori receipts, 5.7 jwyments, 5CGG055. Tomorrow is i 1 1 bssrin tlie case of the Kapiolnui K tale, "Ltd, vs, Poonina et a!. SamucJ Lowdcu. President of the WsabicKton Hcrrautile Company, and also Other credst.rs. have petitioned f0f the ppolnlmeiyt o'C W. Bumell temponirv adiniuiatnttur of the estate of th. late H C Norton of Waiaaiae. The claims stated a tue kuiwimc. Washinston H mnlle Co, faAI; .vu.lr Jfe Co- 434 iiOd Lewts M), $1G05L The pctuioii seu forth that BuTh Kailieha, executrix of th not a competent person to manage the estate. i x I XHET DOUBT THE STORY. Through. Passengers on Peldag Do Nfot Believe X&ssacre Stories. Purser Freeman of the. City of sy the reports of the MUingof I Kinieil mea by Admiral Seymour, keep tfcpia from fsdlinc iatw 1L bands of the Chinese, is Ife had talked astir of the refarrcstakea to Japan on the Peking ani if aaythinR o terribV bad faapined they roa!d hare .pokeaof it Dr. G. P. aiithT a tbxotu:b pasenrwr in the Fekiuz. who &? a chsirKe of the military hepstal ia Tieatsa at the lime Seymoors oolatan reached there in retreat. aLo brarid. statement as a fabrication- Hj that the massscra of tble' Isatkm ua Iekinc L grsatly ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of letters uncalled for at the PotftoAce up to Jane M. 15 W: Ashley, K iiarringtoa, James BortXeldt, Paul t -Brown, Clarence Brighton, Joseph CamubelL W H Ciunev. J C . Coartney. A D CbxLeon C Cook. Capt H Coleman. J L Orawford, Wm H Davis. Waliey Davis, P P Dole. T F, Dr DomenTco, R Dunn, R G. & Co Duran. Jack Ganer. Willie Hartman, E Harrison, T M Hopkins. W B Hofgoard, GusS; Holmes, C -Irving. S XJ insurance Commissioners r jthry, W H' LQvy, J M -& I.ycett, James Moore, Wm I 'arlau. Wm" Nison, C W Nanimau, Ches Nielson, A P h'ine. C G Nyman. O Parker, James Prescott, M Fx Peterson. A L Paulsmuir, A C Power, H Smith. John Sullivan, Dan Summerville, W Thayer. II Union Oil & Gas Engine Ais'n Veigele. O -Wilburton, Venerando G Frank Williams, Chailes Wright. George PACKAGES. Bemsen, II A Byrne, R E Dunn, E V Kingsley. Thomas y IlacdevitL C W Morton. H C Price. Charles - ?'" nibey, Cyrus Sunter, E ,M,- Watson, C A Wilsoii,A" J" LxVDIES' WINDoVw v ' Remaining uncalled for up to June "Jth. 1900. liertelman, Miss Brown, Mrs H W Kulei Ball, Miss Louisa Parker, Mrs Geo Brentham, Mrs II H Beshaw, .Miss Ce- Burger, Mrs-Grace celia Carter, Mrs Henrv Chancy, Flora La- haina -Conradson, Cooper, Mrs Miss Eliza Clark, Miss Annie K Fletcher, Mrs F M Fenuet, Mrs. Ida f ilhus, Mrs Gay, Miss Kather- MrsA Hopkins, Mrs Ab Harrison T.lisa Ethel McCall. Miss Caro- Norton, Mrs Ta- line mar Pratt, Mrs Frank 1'hoder, Mrs M A Robson, Mrs E R Itice, Miss Mar- Reynolds, Mrs Ar garet thur G Scentbo, Mrs M Smith, Miss M Sohmelder, Mrs J 'right. Miss Mar- Williams. Mis3 rion (2) Ethel - Vitte, Miss Mar- Walliams. Miss geretlie Edith Walker. Mrs J L Whitney, Miss Marrian E Young, Mrs Cora I Parties calling for the above will please ask for "Advertised Letters." (Signed) JOS. M. OAT, Postmaster. July 29, 1900. NOTICE. I HAVE this day disposed of my business at No. 3, OBPHEUM BLOCK, Fort Street, to Sing Lee Chan Co. AU a :counts prrior to this date will be settled with me. YEE GEE WOT, Honolulu, July :13rd. l'.XX). a'H'.t. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMEILTS VsEi be Bisertnl u! 10 ttnK a iiatfnt murtM. 5 ceitl a line ttcmd interti&i; 21 mils prr lav r trX 3 ttU ixr Uiu w tndit, imJ JO ceait fir lex f. ihontt. arusic. I'lano iaugiit by Merlcueil teacher, a graduate of Ilp!e new quick method, J5 jier ruontli. attention to a lull beginners. Address "Musician,'' Republican OtSce. STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER A T. MILES. Stenographer and Tyi'wrlUT, oniee 31S Kurt stiwt, Telejihune 13. NEW KemlURton Typewrit r. Cheap. Applr s; Manufacturers Sh0". 3Mm TRUST MONEY TO LOiH OH REAL ESTATE. Applyto E. Walter, ntU!Mfnce f HteL OSK Hl'XDRED tn buy lots on the TaMo Tract and start town at ncc. ThU tract is wlihin trn mlnut wait of the prop.!-l Rapid Transit Ualuxul. For further partlcnlars apply td - P. Cie, Rw . ilcl Block. COMPOSITORS WANTED. TWO GOOD cotapmsibirs. Apply at Office of THE UEVUBUUAX axs o'clock Oils mornlnc. LOST. UOrS Rubber fl-v Par blue. Vtliirt OjIUt oaKluc Street Friday Return STEWARTS Law OSSc. Prv;r Block Eewatd. BY ACCIDENTAL paw ofninT. a c jl.rtj Calllornlaa Mtt. wrfbl abut aw ttrt. ; faUnv star i RTeheaJ, A MtUe IMSUpan or Srrlt.itl.ni fac but healuw. Rlsht Ulna bcrfa ;tj wnlW. Ilnder notify Police Stallwn and reward will be JmH. A FURNISHED, house, suitable for tourists. For particulars apply at the TELEPHONE OFFICE- OFFICES TO LET, DESIRABLE btttrs vfficc la resood; .tftry i new brick block. ofrraer Alike aoj XrrhAat strwt. slnsl nrtn suite. ApplruJ. A. Vajooa. IfcfrhJiEt txvu fceit Hsctala. cr:or5aMr tnat rcm rt.lsl ? ia. S V 'taejard. S Occr nv Qaca JboteS. COTTAGER Rislvt tfc wrrTAOf: of ibt roow at cvsreer of Speseer IsBdHftsi&Ustrwte. A3Isa. - cj. i. v KEWS OK Delineator rslitenis at Sirs. Ha&na's. Mrs. Andrew Fuller has cone to the coast oa a ifcort visit. W. A. Bowea, wife and csHdrext left by the Peking; yesterday. It will be a valuable gnsss Cleveland for nothing. A lady's rnbber cap has been lost. Sse ads tor reward-- - i W. ILHoeirshasKoneta Mikaia tor Mrs. Annie Bishop and 5Iis B. .Walker were passesters by the Peking. Mr. O- H. Walker is now connected witht be Ainerican Dry Goods An unportant meeting is called for tomorrow eveuinr of Co. Hi'NG. Tl byCaptX.B.3rnrray. ; ; Freight fdr the new hotel balldinc for Charles liavid at Waialna will be taken there in a schooner. A S. Mahanla cave a luau at. last eveninc. at which a of his friemls were present. " Henry Wnterhoase entertained a party of friends at the Peninsula" yesterday. The O. B. fc L. Co. ran a private car. The Pacific ImjHjrt Co, Model Blocks xort street, near Beretania, will place on sale on Morday,. Tuesday and Wednesday 12GO plain and hemstitched sheets and at great reduction pricesj, also ICO dozen children's black ribbeclhose a'tl 10 cents a pair Position Offered Curtis Guild. " WASHINGTON, July 15. The position of Fiivt Assistant Postmaster General, to be vacated by the resignation of Perry Heath, has been offered to Curtis Guild. Jr. of Boston, who was a member of the Porto Bico Insular Commission. Mr Guild has not indicated whether or not he will accept the the posit ion- NOIICE. The members of Co. H N. G. H are requested to assemble at the drill shed evening at 7:30 o'clock promptly. Business of importance relating to Company matters will be transacted. By order: T. B. MURRAY. Captuin HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Iliiuolulu. Saturday. July sa. 1900. Bid .Vsked American Sugar Co . ' 30 Ewa Plantation Company 26 27 Hawaiian cricitltural Co 315 Hawaiian Suar Company .210 21S Honomu Company 175 K.'ihuku Plantation Company 30 ij tvinei rianiation co.. ii., Asaes ium iuji McBryde husar Co.. Ltd.. Assess . if i Oahu Susar CV .157 , 1C0 Ookala Sugar Or. "- 19 Olaa Sujjar Co.. Ltd., Ae-s l 15. Olaa Sugar Co.. Lnl , Pa d up 12 Paia Plantation Co , . 230 Company ..'. 205 Pioneer Mill Company, ... 1V1 ICO Wnlalun Agricultural On, Asieas.".. . w 91 WnlluknSumrCo .. .. 100 WaimeaJlll Co ...... 120 Steam Nnvjation Co . 150 Hawaiian Electric Co 17 Q.ihil Railway i fjiud Oj ISO 19 PBi'pI's Ice A Refrlc, Co -' llawaiiau Gov't. BONDS, 6 percent i "I Ewa Plantation i tier rent Kahuku Piaumtlon 0 percent 102 uanu itallnay ft Land Uo, 6 p.c ... lttt SALES Mornlns Session. lOOOIaa A : . .'...:... 175 SKihel CO Klhfi 10 50 SOKIhei .'..... 10J0 50 Olaa. lM 1173 SWaialuti .T...'....v DOdO lOWalalua 90 00 BETWEEX BOBC3. SOOMcBrydo .j. 1 S7JJ BOOKS THAT ARE TALKED .ABOUT. Booming of Acre Hill, By John Kendrick Bangs. Vengeance is Mine, By Andrew Balfour. The alabaster Box; " - - By Sir Walter Beiant. Gebar, ' By Kate Benton" . " t " The Conspirators, ' Bv,R. W. Chamber?. The Slave. Bv Robert Hichens.' A. Kent Sqaire, By Frederick ,W. Hayes. From Kingdom to Colony, JBy Mary Deverend. WALL NICHOLS CO., LTD THIS WEEK We Are Holding Sale in the Following Lines Heavy Pongee Silk, suitable for men's suits. Fine Grass Linen, EhiteJ blue, yellow, purple and preen. Handwork Fancy bandal Wood Handkerchief and GloveBcocea, Embroidered Bed bilk and GraaaXdneu Table Covers. Embroidered Silk Piano Covers, different colors. Embroidered SilkHaadkercbief s different colors and patterns- Woolen Goods, !Xavy BlueJ and BIck for suits. Best Navy Bine Serg. India liiHeu, ictom Lawn, Colored iloslinand Certain. TanjOKDca a S?axy.TT. GOO KIM 210 Xuu&na Street above II6tL DOIT t IT YOURU3nro:KSK: ofdoig so IFTOITTRAI 2 WITHXTS. limAS ALWAYS beest OUR 02i (xraBOTRr -PATRONS THE . BOTH Ifsi QUANTITY AND QUALITY. F. wr LEAD THE s 413 TR fcJILLLL COOTJLNTJE TO SELL for one: we:e:k more AT VERY SPECIAL Vr-. v .w .?v eeasemnie, Jtvi m': illiSldfll 4? t $ IN AN ENDLESS VAEIETVY' PATTERNS. YOU WILL ALSO ADMIT, TnAT AT THE PRrGES WE HAVE MARKED THIS LOT ARE RIDICULOUS. WEO EVER HEARD OE A FRENCH VAL ED"G- ING BEING SOLD 20C A PIECE1, FOR THAT IS- JUST WHAT WE ARE DOING, I. a S mm THE- PEOPLES' SCHUriAN'S Carriage ancll Harness Repository, MERCHANT STREET Between Fort and We have just receivod ex Alden Bessie, bark Ira gard, Rosamond and W. H. Dlmond and have now on display a Large New Stock of Elegant and Up-to-date V SURREYS, PTTTRTONS, BUGGIES, TRAPS, RUNABOUTS, Etc. Also STYLISH SINGLE ana DOUBLE CARRIAGE and ' BUGGY HARNESS. A new line of LAP ROBES, LAMPS, WHIPS, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS. Mm . ' as .- PRICES!! WAY E L,! PKICES 3SiA'" Imiseirtlomis OF NEW AND EXCLUSIVE OF" 12 YD 20C. goads co, w, PROVIDERS Alakea Streets. 1 &W Mr 9t Must Arrived, ex S. N. Castle, a large shipment of Youn Strong Mules and Horses JKm ( . r .