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-1 9 i If X I 3k L,?-'-a, tfi - v iff l- If 1W1 II III Ul WW. W ENTIRE STOCK CT C3 I AM r3 NA "N aT AN r ENTIRE Lri i vsiuvjljo WILL BE BIGGER JWD BETTER. REPUBLICAN RATIFICATION NEXT SATURDAT NIGHT. Orimial Plans Will Bo Enlareed Upon Groat Display by Marchlns Clubs. At a woll uttonded meeting of the couunitteo in chargo of the tvpnblienn nitificiitiou meeting uud rvenption of the tlolegntea to the cuiivoution, held nt tiie roiimsof Uie Chtunber of Commerce yesterday Hfteriuxm it was decidetl to lold the ratUlwiltim Sjittirdity evening, August I th, whether tiuulelegiites reach hereby tliat time or not. Tlio lirogrsim as orignally arninged will Ih airriwl out with a number of ndditioual details which will mako the meeting a much grander a Hair than was previously )launwl. Instead of having a torchlight parade on the lines fmiwrly suggestetl it was decided to not only have nil the precinct clubs, tarn out but to orgauize four special marching jlubs which will give fancy evolutions during the parade. ilajor Zeigler and Oapts. Murray, Jcbupou. Wilcox ntid Coster were Plointed a committee to organize those drill clubs with authority to add to their committee such members as t hey saw lit. W. 11. Wright was appointed n committee of one to orgauize h company or iJoosevelt Hough lliders ti take part iu the parade. The- drill uniituiiieA exoetit to liavo out four i twnrmnios of about fifty men each and r is uuiuvfvl a compauy of fully lirty riwsgh riders can bo orgauizetl. Tlien with the precinct clubs, sdl of which u ill undoubtedly bo well represonttxl, tii the Yojjug lion's liQpublican club ami tho bicycle wrps, it is expected to haw much the largest iNtrade overseen iu Honolulu. Owing to the fact that some criticism had apiwnred in certain quarters iu retfunl to the selection of speakers, J. H Boyd said ho would be pleased, as trtn? of tho speakers selected to withdraw in favor ot 'A. 1 Joues," A. AV Hereon,. W. O. Smith or any other Jones or Smith that tho committee might see fit to select, Jlr. Boyd's wjggestlou was not acted upon. It was decided to nwerv a sectiou of the drill shed for ladies, so us to insure tbem sents. The committee unanimously adopted a resolution directing tho chairman to request ull presidents of precinct clubs ml the president or the young mens lub to meet with" the general Monday evening at 7:30 at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce to dtecuss ways and means for getting out full from all the clubs. Voji Hagen Writes. Officer Vou Hagou, who weat .to San Francisco without paying good-bye to anyone here, has written frota Sm Francinco to Sheriff Brows, aediug back: his and police badge. : , AMUSEMENTS. A crowded hows crowded to, its capacity- was the recall ufthgopea. ing of the Orpkeaai ht idgkt. The crowd awaitiBg the of the ourtaia demonstrated that vaudeville is a ilxture and that people will patronize this class of amusement. Each and every number was well received and the sentiment of tho was that they were more than willing to put iu a few leisure hours; at this house. The next performance will Uike place Thursday evening when the program will be further augmented by more of the 3fcAdoo Company, which will arrive on the Aoraugi. i Concert at Makee Island. The following selections have been arranged for tho concert Makeo Island this aftornoon: Part I. TliaOldHumlnxi. IuUxhIucUou and Polaccn Naylor Sons Alls Mine Neutun Klunlo Aiiuo ot Tliarun . Hofiann Grand $elrCtlou Lohengrin Wagner Fabt II. IUyllt" Forest Kaugvr's Courtship ....EllenberK Orerturv Isabella (new) Suppn Ballad Pilgrim of tho S'lght (new) Llddle Fluale Wcddlns ot the Winds (new). ...... .11 all Opening- of the "Encore." The Encore Saloon on King street, uearNuuanu, was opeued last night. W.Kelle and C. R. Dement are' proprietors, while P. F. (Paddy) Ryan is manager. The owning, commercially, was a success. There was a big demand for liquid refresnmeuts. Dement greeted his inauy friends with a cordial handshake and tho pertinent query: "What aro you going to tale?'' The beer consumption was enormous. A Minister's Good, "Work. "I had a severe attack of bilious Ic. got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took two doses and was entirely cured," says Rev. A. A.- Power, ot Emporia, Kan. "My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week, had two or three bottles of .medicine from the doctor... He used them for three or four days without relief, then called In another doctor who treated him for seise days and gave him no relief, so discharged him. 1 went over to see him the nxt morning. He said his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they had oeen Tanning oft so long that it was almost bloody flux. I asked him If he had tiled Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aad Remedy and he said." 'No.' I west home and brought him my bottle aad gave him one dose; told him to tohf another dose la fifteen or twenty minutes If he did cot find relief, but he took bo more aad was entirely cured. I think it the best sediciae 1 have ever tried." For sale by all dealers aad druggists. Benson, Smith & Co.. geaeral, agents. Hawallaa Territory. NOTICE. The members of Co.fi., N. Q. B., are requested to assemble at the drill shed ereaiak at 7:36 'o'clock promptly. Bosiaesa of iffiportahce relating to Company Matters will be tnuwected. ... , By order: .T. B. MORKAY, Caia & NEWS OF HIL0AND HAWAII. BASE BAIX AND RACES TEAT PROVED DISAPPOINTItJG. Interesting Comments on Plantations and Resorts of the Big- Island-Personal. The following Is the latest news from Hilo to the 2Sth inst taken from the Hilo Tribune: HILO, July 28. Saturday last was a day of joy to the HUoite, who usually wears a sad and doleful countenance because he Is not a resident of Honolulu. Everybody who could raise a dollar and fifty cents for expenses and two bits for speculative purposes set his face toward Hoolulu Park early in the afternoon that he might feast his eyes on Apollo-like balltossers and swift Arabian steeds. The former proved to be a little short on the "Apollo," and the latter on swiftness; but the spectators didn't mind, and had just as much fun as if the Volcano Stables team could play ball and Dncle True had run on four legs, instead of three. Hilo people are getUng over that bad habit of kicking at everything, especially since they havo found out that it doesn't do any good. 1 INFORMAL DANCE. How Festive Hilo Enjoys Itself Quiet Times. in One of the pleasantest social affairs that Hilo has seen In many moons was tho informal and impromptu dance given at Spreckels" Hall on Tuesday evening for the people leaving on Thursday by the Roderick Dhu. It was attended by most of Hilo's society people and lasted until an hour that rather exceeded in lateness the ball of the Fourth of July. Music Avas by the Quintette Club, whose efforts proving a trifle inadequate, ihey were helped out (and .the dancers as will) by Mrs. Elliott "and Messrs. .Noyesand Williamson at the plana. tav usual caxewajK. was more inan usually well gone through by volunteers, who were vigorously applauded. HAWAIIAN RESORTS. Xr. JTCluakey Tells the Tribune About a Three Weeks? Trip. TVaimea, nestling among the mountains. Is an Ideal retreat for the holidays. If some enterprising man were to provide a suitable hotel. North Kohalais progressive and attractive. Kohala plantation Is prepar ing for Irrigation, which wilt do mechl for cane on that fertile soil. At Puako and South Kohala is the most uaique affair on the Island. There, a little pocket of alluvial soil eoverlag an. area, of 300 acres, lylas between lava lows and fronting tae oceaa, has beea secured from the great landed proprietor. Ssa Parker, aad ceaverted iato the Paako piaatatioa. Wells have beea bored and an abundant sapply of good water secured for irrtsatteB. The case is of the Lahal'na Tarletyasd grows as rank ar the kiads. A mill with; a capacity- baM tew is to be erected soe. - A food road, to'Kawaihae, & distaace of f ecr mUm, it greatly M&ed. The Mttsii prise Is under, the management of Mr. Vredenberg. The beauties of Koua have to be seen, the invigorating ozone inhaled and the' genial hospitality of the many superior inhabitants of that district partaken of ere one can realize why tourists go into raptures in speaking of historic Kona. The coffee trees are bending under their load of ripening fruit, and the new sugar plantaUon promises much for that side of the Island. In Kau the mills are in full blast, Pahala having put through 5000 tons of sugar to date. Honuapo boasts of a new engine, the largest In Hawaii. Many complaints are made regardlns the connections made by mail carriers. The Island still affords vast opportunities for profitable development. Hon. W. O. Smith and L. A. Thurston are in Hilo on business relating io the bonding of Oiaa plantation. George Angus of Honolulu and Miss Angus have beep guests of the Volcano House during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bartlett of Honolulu are guests of the J. R. Wilson's at Riverside Park, for a few weeks. Antidote, the running horse won by D. Lycureus last week, was sent down tojionolulu yesterday. He will be raffled off there. Everett and Naples are to be sent, to the Coast. Mrs. Henry Deacon of Pepeekeo, who has been very ih for several weeks, is able to sit up for a part of each day. C. E. Richardson Is once more able to be out upon the veranda, after another period of illness. Justice and Mrs. Galbraith left yesterday for the capital, which they will make their future home. The death of William G. Wait, formerly macager of the Kona Tea an3 Coffee Company! is reported from Mexico. It Is understood that B. F. Dilling ham will soon visit HUo upon matters of business connected with the proposed extention of the Hilo railroad. Dr. and Mfa. T. E. Condert, who arrived from Honolulu by the Kinau of last week, are now located in Puna. wnere Dr. Condert acts as plantation physlclaa. P Maurice McMahon. who has the position pt court stenographer, will leave about September 1 for the Orieat. Good Medicine for 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 commoa to small children. O. P. M. Holliday, of Dealing. IniL, who has an child, says: "Through the months of Jane aad July our baby was took: a running off of the bow els aad sickness of the stomach. His bowels woaM more from five to' eight times a y. I had a bottle of Colic, Cholera aad Diarrhoea Remedy- la the house aad gave aha foar dro la a teaapooafal of water, aad h get better at oaee." For sale oy aB, dealers, aad draggisU. Beasoa. Smith st ti., taaerai aeats, Hawalhui QU :im XFR SPfEplP!' ri , .. , . . ' " 1 "-! 'Tj ' " ' ""5 ''"'X-- ' "S"1" --'" -a.". -Jn ZHE HOSOUJLU WmXmUU&Z, SVSDkY, JXJhT M, ItW. HOBS! SHOES! SHOES! 5b V GENTLEMEN,- iOTEKTIOKi Z r v We have just opened up a ner shipment of the very latest stj I. in Gents' Fumishinss in which vre offer price- r. IMMENSF kr -- the City. AIRGHILD'S D A I A MA O $1150' ort 12:00," and at , LARGE STOCK r " U A I VI r. 3 responding!- reasonable pnce t finer grades. ' rlC"' M 'MR IN THE SHOE STORE OF STOCK Ltd Those Ihrge and carefully selected assortments of fine foot wear willjbe sure to suit the .most particular, asthey 'are all first class and being sold at prices that have never been offered for J'dce quality in this City before. These prices are actually ; 50 Per Cent LESS tlian elsewhere, and we feel convinced that it will not be much longer that we can offer such attractions, judging from the way the people are taking them home. Z" : T. i ")P-" JO Gome Early, as All Must Go! 'r KERR & COMPANY, Limited, Corner Hotel and Fort Streets. MENS' OFFICE COATSSS and are rapidly becoming very popular. EXCELLENT TALUES AMD LATEST OUT. IN fZ 5Jv v. dm ) 'fH I3M Boy. . THESAME MAY BE SAID OF Clothing made iif the mpsfchvbrkmanlike manner, at from 75 ets, per Suit up. Meals served at all hours. Chocolate BonBons " Name on Every Piece." ? FOR SALE DV LEWIS & CO,, Grocers, Sole Agents. Ill FORT ST. TEL. 240. Astor flonsa Restaurant WILL BE-OPEN iOR BUSINESS ON At the C3rn King and Alakea Street. RUST CUSS IM EERY DETAIL AH CHUCK. Proprietor NOTICE. Under the United States law, oa aad ter June 14. 1300, all shipping re- GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Lli Fire Works to Burn. Roman Candles Sky Rockets, Hot Air Balloons-Colored Fire, etc., for the grand Reception and Rally to be given the Republican Delegates returning to Honolulu Thursday evening, July 26th. Make it a HotTfine forthe Boys. m STocic, THEHEW ENGLAND BAKERY HOTEL STREET, celpts must bear a Vcsnt Docameatary 7 nQm.rr T War Tax Stamp oa the original, dapli ; catc aad. r;hcate. Shippers nrr rgested to aMx the saamiwtxordis to law, as freigat caaaot be received, otherwise. Shipping rycejj'ii raaat contain state-meat of tlte. csHtests of packages. STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LTD. WILDKR WHUMMSIB CO. - - j - vw.i aliw iiUXJ. JhUt Manager. a w mi m wiijBt Mi ss. a mj mj At TheHoaolnIa.Itepblkaa.wIH ered to aay part ot th citr for 75c Jicawsuk ar2 sr( aarta& FRED UEffl 4G lERCHANT STREET. FIRE i v 1 Youths Suits Ouly the line to select from being much more extensive in ar N of Patterns, $1.50 per Suit up, PERCALE ; AND . MADRAS , SHIRTS IN ALL PATTERNS AND COLORS RROM 31. OO LJF BATHING SUITS In the verv latest designs, 1 and'2 piece Sujts.; Correspond, ngly Cheap. - HONOLULU, H. T. J. H. FISHER, Agent Hawaiian Islands Sfll; rAMmDlnmnn ttxt, wvisi inau 1 Ull mvi) BUILDER .Tnhhinrr DnnmnflTT iHnn . uuMiu5 uvuiyu fiUCUUCU ij mmfiii no. CAPITAL $e,O0OtO0'i.nu VP- ASSOEIATIOr OF MIliAMIA ASSETS $6J80,SGJ. .a J. H. FISHER, Agent Hawaiian Islands. F.W. Maklnne Searched ' - op Records Abstracts Money and Certlcates nt Carefully Prepared to Loan on Rj .3 Securrt!; V aa --. uawanaa Ball J n av,TIIln, t'ni UUUlIw Ll NO. XG, QUEEN ST. H- L.. EVANS, MANAGSP Foundation Stone, ,. Gurbino;, Black and White San Soil of .all Description f Sale, - t ' X Drays for. Hire. " .fcT" S ; : . ". -.-' SK ; s- 43. s4.sat .' 3- '-.' . , r -T& " J'JJ , ..iiiM.iaiX 'JTj "- -. -" ' ' fcijlm iwitfiWA. li rii," f i jT j fSrijif1i8KriiMiliJj , .