ANOTHER LOT OF I. X. L.
iO Gsnls, Imported Ham Sausages
Fresh Crackers, Candies, Etc.. Etc
at 25 Gsnts,
-TER &, WAITY
Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers.
British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.1
Northern Assurance Go. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool.
The Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.,
CORSER FORT ASD HEHCHAXT STREETS,
Has received per Australia from NEW ItORK the world'
renowned brand of Cigars.
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for Five Cents Only.
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The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
Divans ' China Closets
Direct from Eastern Factories
m tjw u' ' nm
Something (Jew iq Runabouts,
We have just received direct from the manufacturers, a shipment of these popular
vehicles, EQUIPPED WITH THE O'BRIEN PATENT SPRING. They are
r uilt on honor, built to wear, balanced to the equopoise of successful nicety on
1 ho EASIEST KIDENG SPRINGS EVER T2JVEXTED. Are fitted with DUST
ltfOOF LONG DISTANCE AXLES, STEEL or BUBBER TIRES, and
CANOPV or PALLING TOP as desired. A close inspection of each vehicle
bujw8 export workmanship, the lite of the best materials, and a finish that can-nut
bo surpassed anywhere.
If you contemplate purchasing a vehicle do not fail to see these.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. LTD.
DAY BLOCK. - - BEKETANIA STREET. - - Next to the Fire Station.
avies Co., Ltd.
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TBE HOKOLULtT BEFOBLIGAJr, SATCRDAT AUGUST 4, l&OO, v
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Hardware Co., Ltd.
porters ass Dealers !a
2, 3 and 4 Iieht Chandeliers and Elec
troliers, iletal and Glass Lamps,
Paints Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil-Cylinder oil, Dynamo oil?, etc.
Powder, Shot and "Caps, Agricultural
House Furnisiiing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated "Ware of all descriptions,
Table Cutlery, etc
Plantation Supplies oi
Hart's Patent ' Duplex" Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc.
Made of steel and will last longer and
give better satisfaction than any
Orders from the other Islands solicited
and promptly filled.
TO DELIVER ICE
THE Oi ITJ ICE "
& ELECTRIC "CO.
ITave everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from artesian
Your Orders Solicited.
HOFFMAN it JTARKHAJI
Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box
A LIBERAL QOMPANY.
Por Sale Uy
t The PROVIDENT SAVINGS
LIFE ASSURANCE COM-
PANY of New York, furnishes
:1 uKitimum insurance at a mini- ?
mum cost. The company is as
; liberal in its dealings with policy
holders as conservative and eco- !
nomical management will allow.
I. R. BUKXS is the resident man- :
ager; ottlce JTagoon Jluilding, cor.
Mcrchaut and Alakea street, ;
Boom 6 upstairs.
ALL KINDS OF s
Horse Fnniisliina; Goods
Plantation Orders Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,
639 King Street,
Lincoln Block. Telephone 778.
HAWLJIAN NEWS CO.
COMMENTS ON THE
Another Big- Advance in the Price J
of Sensed Honolulu Stcccs
to Be Offered in New
The San Francisco Wasp has the
following somewhat peculiaircomment
"The most important fact in connec
tion with sugars is the advance in the-
price of the raw matter, taken in connection
with the other fact of the Ha
waiian plantations still having half cf
their crop on hand to profit by the rise.
The labor troubles in the Islands are of
less importance than has been reported.
Free labor, which constitutes SO
per cent of the plantation force, appears
to be perfectly satisfied, the disposition
to strike being confined to the
remaining io per cent, who have been
angered by ill-advised action on the
part of the Planters Union. This mistake
was quickly recognized in this
city, and by one of the recent steamers
a gentleman, prominent in sugar circles,
went to Honolulu with the express
purpose of inducing that body
to recede from its action. No doubt is
felt that he will be successful and that
all will go along smoothly after his
arrivals Nothing much is being done
in sugar stocks, nor is much expected
until after the reorganization of some
of the companies, rendered necessary
to carry out Edward Politz's arrangements
in New York for placing them
on that market in the autumn."
The Boston Commercial Bulletin, in
its issue just at hand, has the following
comment on the sugar situation:
"A comparison, very unfavorable to
the Wall- street speculative favorite,
has beeirdrawn this, week between the
ruling price of sugar stock and that
of the preferred stock of many indus
trials paying as much, or more, annually
in dividens. While comparisons
are always odious, in this case thay
are interesting. Out of a list of nineteen
stocks, sugar sells the highest in
Jie market and yields the lowest income
It is further asserted that this is the
busy season in the sugar trade, and
that the war will probably be resumed
with vigor so boon as the refiners have
made a bit of money by refraining from
competition and advancing prices. In
jther words, sugar will drop back, according
to those who analyze the
with an eye to short sales, and
settle at a figure more consistent with
.ts dividend payments. The local
in sugar speculation seems to
aave dropped the game and turned to
oiore congenial and seasonable summer
"The sharp advance across US during
the last days of the week rather
jpset the bear theorists and gave the
oulls an opening. The latter figure
that the company is making a profit
3f $1.65 a barrel, which easily gives
;2,000,000 a month, as the output is
30,000 and 40,000 barrels per day.
Such a monthly profit would speedily
"ehabilitate the surplus, which is supposed
to have been so greatly reduced
.hrough the demands of the war and
.he necssity of maintaining dividends.
It requires ?2,5S7,7C0 to pay the preferred
stock dividend each year, so
ihat if the company is really making
52,000.000 a mouth it could easily increase
the next quarterly dividend on
the common to the old 12 per cent basis
and still have a good sum to add to
Of the sugar trade in the market the
same journal has the following:
"Following the strength of the raw
sugar market a further advance was
made in refined by all the refineries,
brineinc the nrice for granulated to
5.69c per pound net cash, a difference1
of 94c per 100 pounds between raws aud
refined. This last rise would seem to
be sufficient for the outlook of the immediate
future. A very large
for refined necessitates the running of
all refineries quite full, and a rapid
consumption of raw sugars is constantly-
going on. It will be well to carry a
full line of stock.
"Receipts for the week were 37,327
tons and meltings 41.000 tons, and
stocks in United Stated and Cuba to-;ether
are 190,936 tons, against 351,225
tons last year, say Willett &. Gray n
their weekly market letter. The demand
in the local market is steady at
"Cut loaf, tj.45c; crushed, 6.45c; dominoes.
6.30c; cubes, fc.20c; XXXX powdered,
6.05c; standard powdered. 6c;
granulated, fine and diamond A. d.90c,
5-pound bags and 2-pound cartons, 6c;
soft whites, 5.555.65c; extra. C's, 5.45
f?3.55c; yellows. 5.20!'5J$5c, all with
15c per 100 rebate. Revere granulated
ind fine is quoted at 5.75c; Belmont A,
HARRISON" TO MAKE SPEECHES.
Ex-President 2Eay Take Part in Re-
- publican Campaign.
NEW YORE July 23.-Senator Nathan
B. Scott came up from West Virginia
today and went at once to the rooms of
the Republican National Committee.
Senator Scott will have charge of the
He said: "We expect to have a great
many prominent men speak in various
parts of the country. We expect such
men as Senator Burroughs, Senator
Lodge, Postmaster-General Smith and
Secretary Root to deliver campaign
speeches, Ex-President Harrison may
make a few addresses.
Tho Honolulu Republican will be delivered
to any"part of the city for 73c
OF PERSONAL INTERSST'
Delineator patterns at Mrs.Hanna's.
Vaudeville bill at Qrpheom.
Clevelands are easy to care for. Oil
twice a year.
San Francisco Wasp's . 5SUlS3St,mportftoM
TALKS OF A PUNTERS' UNION.
BOSTON" C02OEEBCIAI. BULLETIN
liEFHBS TO TRUST
A runaway horse -with harness on
created a stampede on King strest
f Grand vaudeville bill of colored art
ists, late of McAdoo'f Georgia Minstrels,
Ohia wood for sale in quantities to
West Kins street
There will be music by the Quintette '
club, this eveuinc at the lanai of the
New fccgiand Bakery.
J. W. Sproat the iceman who thrashed
officer Apanawas fined ten dollars by
Judge Wilcox yesterday.
Eat our groceries you live well; pay
our prices you live cheaply. Salter &
Waity. Grocers, Orpheum block.
Ou Thursday, Sept 20th. at the office
of E. D. Baldwin, Hilo, Hawaii, about
200 lots of 50 acres each will be sold at
Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth returned
from Waialua last ereninr, where
he went to prosecute teverel liquor
and opium cases.
The NewEngland Bakery has
donated over CXPloves of bread
to the Victoria hospital during the
commander of Co.
been married to
Washin gton State
A., ". G. H.. has
a Miss Eheu of
The three little boys arrested by
Detective Kaapa for stealing old tire
wood were repremanded and discharged
by Judge Wilcox yesterday.
Silva & Vivas, opposite thenostofilce.
are olfering great bargains to home
builders. Read their list of property
now on sale, on other page.
Friends of ex-Consul Charles Wilder
i.in!RAJ 3 , 1 .
"'o iramcu larus, uUHOUUClug U1S i
marriage to .Miss Grace Edith Burr,
daughter of ilr. and Mrs. Amos
ofewiork. on Tuesday, July 10th.
Regardless of the tariff changes, the
HobronDrug Co. still retain the former
prices on French perfumes, f ace pow ders
aud toilet waters. These goods are all
from well known makers.
Bishop Gulsfiin went to Lahaina in
the Mauna Loa yesterday, where he
will conduct coflrmatiou services. A
big feast, in connection with the church
functions, will bo given in Lahaina.
J. W. AlcCulloch advises the local
agents, . C. Peacock &. Co. Ltd., that
Green River whisky has for the third
year in succession been selected
for use in all U. S.Navy hospitals. A
car load of this famous whisky will
arrive per Emelia F. Whitney.
The Hawaiian Electric Co. Ltd. has
removed its offices aud showroom to
Alakea street opposite Telephone office.
On and after August 9th thev will otfei
present stock of electric ibtnres and
shades at very low prices, in order to
make room for a new shipment to arrive
per Andrew Welsh.
The Women's Guild of tho Second
Congregation of St. Andrews Cathpdrai
will hold a reception to "welcome the
Rev. Hamilton Lee, at tho residence o
Mrs.. Robertson, Emma Square, u
Monday evening, August 6th., from 8 to
10 p. in. Ail members of tho congregation
are cordially invited to bo preent.
Prof. J. K. Burkett, who has taught
the school at Koloa, Kauai, lor many
years and who has been granted a leave
of absence, because of ill health, is
detained from sailing for the mainland
by unexpected business matters. With
Mrs. Burkett fio is making his temporary
home at the Arlington hotel.
A Lame Shoulder.
A lame shoulder is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles, and may be
cured by a few applications of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co., general agents Hawaiian Territory.
DRUGS . .".
Change has not affected
the price of our Perfumes.
Fortunately for us and for
our patrons we laid in a
large stock just prior io the
"We watch the market
very closely aud buy right,
but never sacrifice quality
We earry the
stock and assortment
standard makes. -
Face Powders, '
i American Perfumes.
"We wish to impress you
that these goods are - all
from well known makers,
Tvhose goods are as well and
favorablir known as their
Hobron Drag Co.,
Correctly Tailored, Finish, Style and
Price to Your Taste & & & &
WHITNEY & MARSH. Ltd.
519 FORT STEEET.
King Street Stables.
The Largest and Finest Stock of Livery
in the Hawaiian Islands and the Most Popular
-:- -:- -:- -.
Hofiolola Stock Yaf ds Go
sg) .m K PI'S mSf jjifciup P"!
AND OURS is the "Xoblest Roman of them all." We have mastered thoifierge
Suit situation by sheer force of merit, and there is none now so stupid as to dispute
our leadership. Our $13 Suits are the $20 iu every other store. Aud every
other merchant kuows that is so. Why shouldn't you know it, too, when the
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 aud get another Suit. 2o other house dnro
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 Vesta aud Sailor Suits. Gome
and get your choice out of the largest stock in town.
Two Stores; Two Stocks, Two Telephones 96 and G76
P. O. BOX 55S. 9 and 11 Hotel St., and corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
Qity furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Nos. 534-536 Love Building- : : :
Bedroom Set3 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,
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty FIjwbeel Pnnplag Englsss. AU classes of Hjdrzalis Mac&Iaery.
for direct connected
gen sraiors for long distance
Marine.Heias Palint Water Tabs and plain Tcbalar Bailers.
Gerliss aa High Spiiif iataialic Eagfsss. Builders for all machinery for
lae complete of $ipr HUIs.
OFFICE: Room 12 Spreckek1 Block. Telephone 1G4, Honolulu.
Read The Honolulu Republican.
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