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SMOKED FISH, ETC.,
The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
:- ' ; Chairs, Tables
::7T" Side Boards
Divans China Closets
Direct from Eastern Factories
Australia 7 7 7
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manufacturers, a shipment of these
O'BRIEN PATENT SPUING. They are
to the equopoiso of successful nicety on
INVENTED. Are fitted with DUST
STEEL or RUBBER TIRES, and
A close inspection of each vehicle
the best materials, and a finish that
vehicle do not fail to sec these.
& SUPPLY CO. LT'D.
STREET. - - Next to the Fire Station.
& Co., Ltd.
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Marine Insurance Go.
Railway Co. ' -
of Packets from Liverpool.
Tobacco Co., Ltd.,
from NEW YORK the world
of Cigars. ;
CVo have just received direct from the port
ulnr vehicles, EQUIPPED WITH TllE
J-"111 on honor, built to wear, balanced
HIDING SPRINGS EVER
imOOP LONG DISTANCE AXLES,
OAKOPV or FALLING TOP as desired.
shows expert workmanship, the use of cannot
be surpassed anywhere.
If you contemplate purchasing a
OAT "BLOCK. - - BERETANXA
Tlieo. H. Davies
; . AGENTS
Northern Assurance Go. (Fire
-', Canadian Pacific
r: Pioneer Line
: CORNER FORT AND
Has received per Australia
his elegant CIGAR can be purchased for Five Cests Only.
Hardware Co., Ltd;
lapriirs m Infers !s
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Hec-
troiiers .Metal ami Glass Lamp?,
Paints Oils and Yarnislies,
Lard oil. Cylinder oil. Dynamo oils, etc
Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural
House Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated "Ware of all descriptions.
iabie uutlery, etc.
Plantation Supplies of
Hart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc.
Made of steel aud will last longer and
give better satisfaction than any
Orders from the other Islands solicited
and promptly filled.
TO DELIVER ICE
THE OAHD ICE
i ELECTRIC CO.
Have everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from arte
Your Orders Solicited.
HOFFMAN & JtAKKHAH
Telephone 3151, Blue.
p. 0. Box 600
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A LIBERAL COMPANY.
The PBOVTDENT SAVINGS
LIFE ASSURANCE COM-
PANT of Now York, furnishes
maximum insurance at a mini-
mum cost. Tho company is as
! liberal iu its dealings with policy
X holders as conservative and eco-
nomical management will allow.
I. R. BUKXS is tho resident
ager; office lagoon Building, cor.
Merchant and Alakea street,
Boom G upstairs.
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Dorse Fiiriiisliiiiff Goods
Plantation Orders Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,
689 King Street,
Lincoln Block. Telephone 778.
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CAPTAIN EU11KM1 IN TOWN.
TTT.TJB JL KPT7B3CAK SEPOSXES.
ABOCyjKEED FOX CABLE.
Feellar oaXslnlafid SeXatire to C&iaese
Horror Seaports 3CcSisl;jJs
Capt. W. D. Bcraaaa. the Trell
known soldier and bssisess mn.
in ton on the Australia on
and 13 a guest at the Hawaiian
Captain Burnbaxn Is the manager of
the recently organised
Steamship He Is arranging
for thelnitiaprun of the company's
steamers. The American will
start from here about September I.
Vessels will, after her departure, make
the Xew York, San Francisco and Honolulu
run every other montn. The
Californian was one of the new vessels
of the company, but she was chartered
by the Government after her trial trip
and equipped as a freight transport.
She arrived here last-week, en route to
regret to say that they do not
seem to think much -of us in New
York." said the captain to a Republican
reporter yesferday, when queriel
relative to the financial outlook. "The
fact is we are altogether too far away.
People are not inclined to make Investments
where they ean not prompt
ly communicate with their managers,
and where they have to wait a mouth
or two for mail advices. We cannot expect
to do much thereaway until the-cable
comes. There Is an absolute necessity
Speaking of the situation in China,
Captain Burnham said Uie feeling on
the mainland is that all the Ministers
at Peking, together with their families
and attaches, had been killed.
"The awful tragedy has shocked the
world, but there is no revengeful feel
ing. Of course there is an urgent necessity
for more troops over thert.
Even Bryan. It is said, has so expressel
himself. The conditions are very serious.
The powers are not putting Iu
Captain Burnhamjias lived in China
and rather scouts the idea that the empire
can be partitioned among the nations.
It is his opinion that if the uprising
shpuld lie general the nations
will not be able to put enough men
into China, especially not to partition
"There is a population of 400.000,000
of people," said the captain. "How are
they to be parceled out? An army can
be put over there to control the country
for n time, but think of the men
it would taKe to garrison the whole
country. How could they hold on?
"I think Peking should be the objective
point for the foreign troops.
The moral ,effect of capturing the Capital
would be very great.
"In the States the attitude of President
Mcjvinley is approved by the peo
ple. The universal sentiment Is that we
ought to protect only American interests
nd the lives of American Citizens.
Troops and munitions of war
are being forwarded to China and
everything appears to be moving satisfactorily.
I do not -believe that the
government intends to press into the
service any mall steamers."
Captain Burnham will remain hero
two weeks and then visit Maul and Hawaii,
and possibly .others of the Islands.
ON BOER POSITIONS.
Baden-Powell Announces Defeat of
Strongly Intrenched Body of
LONDON, July 25. The War Office
has received the following dispatch
from Lord Roberts:
"Vandermer West Station, July 24.
We made a general advance yesterday
from the position we had been holding
east of Pretoria" since June 12. Iau
Hamilton, from the north, reached
Rustfontein, seven miles north of
Cronkhurt Spruit, on July 22. This so
completely surrounded the enemy's
line of retreat that they abandoned the
strong position they had been occupying
in front of. Pole-Care w. Stephenson's
brigade advanced yesterday unopposed
to Elands River Station. Our
right was protected by the First and
Fourth Brigade of Cavalry, under
French, and Hutton's Mounted Infantry.
The former crossed east of Wilgee
river. Telegraph and railway communication
were restored last night.
"In the supply train captured at
Roodeval were 200 Welsh Fusileers,
mast of whom had been prisoners. De
Wet's force is continuing to move
northeasterlyf' It was at Roodepoort
July 22, with Brbadwood not far behind
and Little's cavalry brigade following
"Baden-Powell reports as follows:
'Magata Farm, July 22. Colonels
Arey and Lushington, with 450 men,
drove 1000 Boers from a very strong
position and scattered them with considerable
loss. Our casualties were six
killed and nineteen wounded.' "
It is not clear whether the supply
train and 200 Fusireers "mentioned in
the above dispatch, are identical with
the train and 100 Cameron Highlanders,
the capture of which was reported
by Lord Ttbberts in his. communication
Tho following dispatch .from Lord
Roberts has ben received at the War
"Bronkhurst Spruit, Tuesday. July
24. We marched here to-day. Thl3 is
the place where the Ninety-fourth was
attacked December 20, 1SS0. The graves
of the .officers and men are in fair
preservaUon and will now he pat into
good order. The march was unopposed,
but French's cavalry and Hot-ton's
mounted infaatry making a wide
detour on our right, met bodies of the
esemy. These were, driven back, leaving-
several dead and puned, A good
many were also captared. Our casualties
were oae killed. Broadwood reports
that he captured five of UerWei's
wagoas to-day. He -was waltiag at
Vredefort until Little joined ainu"
- A -Lame Shouldesv
A lame shoulder la Esually caused h?
rheumatism of the sauscies. aad may fee
cared by a few. appUcatlosa of
JPkia Balm. For sale by all
tffsders asi draggte&T BeasoH, Smith
Asgast paiterss ai.3r3wHaas&&,
Cleveland bicycles are saperks to all
others, becanse they are
S, 2aeaodIe3gy who if toonag.
Jtarope, wxrtes to mends inxa bt.
Sain Dowseti and party will sail to
Pnnloa inhis trim yacht Edith L. today
tor a two weeks ostote.
Ridean Koss has resigned his position
with Davies i Co, Ltd. He intends
going to British Colombia to take &
place in a mining oiSce.
Stephen Peter and iljs. Anna
Schmedeu were married at .the Occidental
Hotel last night by theBev. G
L. Pearson, pastor of the ilethodis
The oulces and salesroom of the
Oceanic Gas and Electric Co, have removed
to the Ewa store in the new
Magoon building. Cor. Merchant and
-Sonny" Cunha, Yale Law, is at Sau
Francisco for his vacation? He may
return to the Islands soon to begin
business life or may enter the "University
of California for farther study.
The firm of Herbert i Humphries
was dissolved onJulylsL, by mutual
consent. Ou and after August lst,
their successors, Herbert, Humphries
..fc Walker will carry on the practice.-'
After the boys, who have been enjoying
themselves at the summer camp in
Manoa Valley, the married men will
enjoy an outing there. Sjecretary
has a few line pictures of the Y.
31. C. A. camp.
J. T. Figueredo, the well knovn
Portuguese mail clerk of the HonoLttu
postothce, has resigned bis positiou,
and will go into business for himself.
Mr. Figueredo has served many years
in the Postal Department, being a
trusted and efficient man.
Commissioner of Public Lands J. F.
Brown, will sell at auction on Saturday,
September 1st., at 12 o'clock noon,
at the front entrance of the Judiciary
Building, a five year lease on Government
land, amounting to 25,000 acres of
Knhikiuui district, Maui,
John Hassinger, for many years chief
clerk of the Interior Department under
the Monarchy and Republic, left for
San Francisco iu tho barkentiue
yesterday with his wife. Mr.
Hassinger was advised to leave for the
benefit of his health by his physicians.
J.J. Sullivan and family left in the
Just a Few Words for the Honolulu
She succeeds where all others fail
with the man that appreciates a" good
thing when he sees it. When you once
obtain thedelight that this uewMaideu
affords, there can be none in the field
to cut her out, with those who understand
how to blow their money into
smoke economically. For the small
sum of five cents you upb enjoy the
pleasure of the fiuest in the laud, which
is one of the best New York band, made
Ask for and try the "lIouoluln.BllIe.,'
Sold by all retailers-.
J. J, PLONSKY.
Territory of Hawaii.
Good Medicine for Children
If you have a baby, hv the house you
will wish to know the best way to
check any unusual looseness of the
bowels, or diarrhoea so common to
small children. O. P. M. Holliday, of
Doming, Ind., who has an 11-months-old
child, says: "Through the months
of June and July our baby was teething
and took a running off of the bowels
and sickness of the stomach. His
bowels would move from five to eight
times a day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in the house and gave him
four drops in a teaspoonful of water,
and he got better at once." For sale by
all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith &. Co.. general agent3, Hawaiian
for the thirsty that's cur
soda. A delightful cure for
"Unit thirsty feeling" which
is epidemic these hot summer
Oar soda is pure and just
as cold as ice can make it.
The real fruit flavors (no
artificial essences used) have
heen a drawing card for
years. We never skimp
Try a glass of fresh crush
ed strawberry or pineapple
with a dash of appetizing ice
cream. That's- the reason
for th e crowds at our fountain.
Hotel Drug Go
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Made of K 1
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CtrricHy Tailored, Finish, Style Mi
Price to Yoar Tastt .
WHITNEY & MARSH. Ltd.
519 FORT STREET.
King Street Stables.
The Largest and
in the Hawaiian Islands
Honolola Stoek YafiJs Go
AND OURS is the "Noblest Roman of them all." We have (mistered the Serge
Suit situation by sheer force of merit, and there is none now so stupid as to dispute
our leadership. Our $15 Suits are the 20 in every other store. And every
other merchant knows that is so. Why shouldn't you know it, too, when tho
knowledgs is worth $5 to you? We guarantee every Suit guarantee them to
hold color, shape and smoothness. We represent them to be absolutely flawless.
If they prove otherwise, come and get another Sui t. No other house dare
make such a guarantee, but we know whereof we speak.
An Earning of 20 per Cent.
IS declared to purchasers of Boys' aud Children's Vests and Sailor Suits. Come
and get your choice out of the largest stock in town.
Two Stores, Two Stocks, Two Telephones 9GandG76
P. O. BOX 553. 9 and 11 Hotel St.. and comer of Fort and Hotel Sts.
City pvrpiture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Eos. 534-536 Love Building : : :
Bedroom Sets at Bargain Day prices.
Baby Carriages the same.
Full line of Wicker Furniture at prices never before quoted here.
Undertaker and Embalmer and prompt response to all calls.
RISDON IRON WORKS,
. SAN FRANCISCO.
Engineers and Builders of
Ifci hty FfyriMi Piiflic Etus. All cl3 of Rrulie M K&iury.
VtUfVbMis for direct connected
ariM,litN hint Waiir Tito and i Tibbr Mm.
llffftS and ifc SfNl JWMlIk ElMS. UMZ for all mac Wry for
.tb bmp1eto.of .Sipr'JIiNs.
OFFICE: Rooa 12 Sprecke4s
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THEM iOSE BETTER 1 M 1 HMM 1 1 til 1 1 II KM l '" -i.-SV yc nf.q6,
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Finest Stock of Livery
and the Most Popular
generators for long distance
Block. TeJephoae lMt Hoaolulu.
The Honolulu Republican.
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