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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN.
Palsied Every Momtng,Except Mod
uy fcr tfe Bobt. Grieve Publishing
Company, Limited.
EDMNS.GILU EDITOR
TELEPHONES:
lness Office "
.itoral Rooms 12-
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jju, H. L, as second-class malL
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HONOLULU, H. T.AUGUST 15, 19.
WEATHER YESTERDAY.
Ma Teiaptrature "t 2 dws.
Mtulmsst Tctajratur 71
TcBijerture t
Hctn:JI 2? IccJjtr
1!"ad IV Potat lor the Daj 6-
KeUtlTe llunldlljl.
FOMXisrr for Todat.
MwWrt lirf; !alr weUirr.
DVEIITISLXG is the fuse
yl;
that ijiuites the firecrack
er of business prosperity. It is the
duty of every Honolulu merchant
to make a .noise iu order to have
the merits of Iris goods heard by
the purchasing public. To make
the nois effective is to utilize the
'ndertising columns of The Honolulu
Republican. They afford the
mobt effective means in the city of
reaching' customers.
Before Judge Wilcox, district
Mr. W. A. Kinney yesterday
filed a complaint against The Republican
charging libel in the first degree.
The Republican is glad of this opportunity
to prove the truth of its charges
In regard to the conduct of certain attorneys
and the practices in the courts
In Hawaii in the past. It Is prepared
to substantiate before a court of justice
every accusation It has made, and Mr.
Kinney and all others who feel themselves
aggrieved are invited to put us
to the test. The Republican has not
been sleeping during all the days it
has been in existence. It has been
everlastingly working and Investigating
and Jt has such an abundance of material
FROM THE RECORDS to pla:e
before the people of this community
that It feels like thanking Mr. Kinney
for his kindness In affording such a
splendid opportunity for getting before
the people the record facts. It Is
not the first time a newspaper which
opposed ring rule and corruption in
public affairs lias run up against a libel
hult, nor will it be the last time. This
paper will go on fearlessly and undismayed,
fightlngor the right and for
the people, and It will win in the end,
just as right always wins.
Dr. English would sell his contingent
$30,000 claim at a very decided discount
Don't' worry, frleuds. American institutions
have come to stay. Join In
the procession.
Judge Frear did not attend the Bar
Association's dinner. The Judfce Is to
be congratulated.
It Is just possible that if Dr. EnglUh
.waits for that $30,000 -."conditional
money," ho will die of old age.
Judge Estce had a predecessor; Colonel
Barber, of the First New York,
sired up the same class of people.
Does the High his beautiful
personality pretend to exercise the
American prerogative of certiorari? Let
the matter be tested.
The Star speaks of "some lonely
Americans burled In a cane field of
Lahalna Well, what of It? The
dead have not whimpered.
The "throne room wire" that is being
put Into the old palace doesn't
give Dr. English any hope for his
'claim against the one-Ume- throne
owner.
In the proceedings of the Hawaiian
Historical Society tho very Intaresthig
paper read by Harold I. Scwall will
he published nearly In full. Jt Is aNrery
valuable and interesting article.
Should orders iu the Judiciary be
changed? Well, rather. The very Important
case of Mary C. Aldrich against
Prlscllla E. Hassinger was decided a
few days ago, AFTER NINE YEARS'
of litigation. The fact Ifiat L. A
Thurston, the self-confessed partner of
Satan, was a party In Interest, may
explain the animosity of his newspaper,
the Advertiser, to modern methods.
There was money the other way. There
was no money to be made when the es
tate fell out and was finally adjudicated.
Judgn Humphreys ended the
nine yeara' litigation, but the tall of
the deril's partner" is still seen ia
"the devil's partner's" newspaper, the
Advertiser.
The Republican quite agrees with
Mr. W. A Kinney la his suggestion toj
have the grand Jury investigate -what
he is pleased to term "the charges of
The Republican" in its crtticUa or the
Jfgal practice is Hawaii ia the &,
The Republican courts the fallest investigation
oh this sabject oaly
regrets 'that' It does sot come within
the province of the grind jury to tae
it np. We would like to see the graad
jury Invcstigate,or Issiaaee. the
of the circuit courts for more
than lx months last winter and spriag
and the appearance of the judges thereof
on the board of the Citizens Sanitary
Committee. It would like to ee
the grand jury. If it were within its
province, investigate the matter of a
judge of a circuit court pushing a
prosecution in a police court, a prosecution
of a case which, "had there been
any justice in the land, would naturally
have been appealed to that self-same
judge for adjudication. The Republican
would also like to see the grand jury,
if It came within its province, investi
gate the practice of attorneys employing
Chinese runners In their offices,
paying them thirty-three and one-third
per cent commission on all business
thfr brought. Into the otnee. w ouiun .
you like to see that matter Investigated,
Mr. Kinney?
At the Magdeburg convention of sugar
makers, in June, there was a discussion,
says Consul Murphy, of the
prospect of sugar being' displaced by
saccharine made from coal tar. This
substance, first made in the laboratory
nf thA Johns Honklns University. Is
now manufactured In largely increased
quantities. The saccharine produced
and sold last year was equal to 50,000
tons of sugar In sweetness, thus preventing
the consumption of that much
German beet sugar. A tax on saccharine
is-accordingly demanded and a re
striction upon its sale. There is, how
ever, it Is thought, no Immediate danger
that saccharine will destroy the
beet-growing Industry. Beet sugar
may hereafter be produced by chemists
synthetically, but their material . Is
likely to be starch flour, and potatoes
nr similar farm nroducts would have
to be grown to produce the starch.
Tho Cuban suear production was -e-
ported to the convention to be comparatively
small, and unlikely to Increase
soon. The Cuban patriots, in
their effort to get independence, de
stroyed the sugar plantations and their
machinery, so that vast
areas once productive are now in weeds,
Extensive districts are desolate. Large
capital will be required to restore the
Cuban sugar Industry, and the capital
is not forthcoming In the present unsettled
political condition of the island.
The old planters are impoverished
and In debt, and no new element appears
to take their place. The German
beet now averages, it is stated, from
U to 10 per cent of sugar, while cane
averages but 12 per cent
In yesterday's Republican appeared
an Interesting interview with Mr. Ia.
G. Kellogg on the subject of growing
pineapples in Hawaii. Mr. Kellogg is
confident an income of $200 per acre
can readily be realized from this fruit
by an Industrious farmer, and gives
logical reasons for his belief. Varied
industries are what this Territory
needs to make it reach the full measure
of its greatness, and the pineapple is
one of the products that can be made
to yield larger profits than sugar. Its
cultivation is especially adapted to the
small farmer.
The statement of Mr. Flint that In
the first month of the money order
postofllces in Hawaii 5,000 orders were
issued, while jn Porto Rico, with eight
times the population, less than 5,000
orders were issued in the first three
months of the operation of the money
order system, is a high tribute to the
character and intelligence of the people
of this Territory.
Thanks to The Republican's vigorous
fight for house numbering, in connection
with Mr. Flint's statement as to
the requirements for free mail delivery
for Honolulu, this city will soon have
its houses numbered on a practical
common sense plan, and besides will
have free delivery. These are some of
the blessings derived from being an
American city.
And now Mr. Kinney, thinks he has
been libeled by The Republican. Too
bad. What The Republican said Suu-day
morning struck in deep, just as
truthful statements always do. The
truth is something Mr. Kinney and a
number of others in this community do
not care to have made public
Prominent Personages.
Queen Victoria has now reigned for
sixty-three years, thus beating Ameri
ca's oldest postmaster by several
months, remarks the Chicago Times-
Herald.
Mr. R. Kipling once wrote: "And the
dawn come up like thunder outerChina,
"crost the bay." If he referred to the
dawn of civilization he might have
thrown in a little lightning without
spoiling anything but the meter of
"Manda lay," says the Denver Republican.
Miss Josie Wanous of Minneapolis
has been chosen third vice president ot
the American Pharmaceutical association,
being the first woman to hold if-
tlce in that body. Miss Wanous, who
owns a successful drug store in Minneapolis,
holds a leading place among"
the pharmacists of the country.
George W. Dart, a native of aitica.
N. Y., and the man who first raised
the stars and stripes over the Confederate
capitol at Columbia, S. lC. after
Sherman's march, has just entered the
Soldier's home at Marshalltown, Iowa.
The original manuscript to the speech
favoring the admission of Kansas to
tfie L'nion, made by William H. Sew-
(v. : Kvuim uj toe Attoaut
State Historical Society.
Ait Kinus or commercial prtatiag
torsed out oft short aotlce by ta Robert
Gilcr Frintlcc Coaayaay.
IBE HOSOIXLT;
We are showing the Largest
Assortment of .
fiUrorpean Ruosi
We have ever handled at
prices that cannot be repeated,
as the present
Duty on these lines is
prohibitive. They comprise:
TAPESTRi, AIMIMSTERr
STEH. VELVET PILE,
WOOD, GAS DAS, and 3QDY
BRUSSELS ia GEKTEB, SOFA asd
flOOH M&TS, HALL and STAIR
CARPET ia Tapestry, VELVET
PILE and BODY BRUSSELS, ia
Great Variety.
JAPANESE JUTE RUGS, STRAW MATS
and HATTINS, LINOLEUM, OILCLOTH,
COCOA FIBRE KITTING, DOOR
MATS always en hand at
LWJ0RMN
NO. 1 0 FORT ST.
BUY
Your Home
Great Bargains in Real Estate
1. Uuslness lot on Fort st; comer
lot; about S000 square feet.
2. Fine house and lot; 100x100;
road.
3. One lot, McCully tract; '5xl50;
King st
4. Two lots, Kawaiahao st; 50x100
each; Kewalo.
5. House and 3 lots r.t Kaiulani tract
C. Four lots, Waikiki addition, near
Camp McKinJey; 50xlW each.
7. Nine-year lease, wlt 2 houses;
Punchbowl.
S. House and lot, Ilaniwai st, Ke-
walo; 25x100.
9. Ten-year lease and 2 houses;
Punchbowl; COxllO.
10. Four lots, Kalihl, near Ku st;
50x100 each.
11. Three lots near Diamond Head;
55x95 each.
12. House and lot, with stables; 53x
133; Upper Punchbowl.
13. House and lot, vjueen st; 50x100.
14. Ten-year lease, with 2 cottages
and store doing good business; GuxiOO.
15. One share Waimea Hul land.
1C. Eleven and a naif years' lease,
with. '3 cottages, grapes and oiher
plants: 75x200.
17. Beautiful lot on Fort st, between
School and Vineyard sts.
IS. Lot 100x110, with 2 new cottages,
Wilder ave.
19. Two lots, Waikiki road; 53x100
each.
20. Five lots, Peach road, near the
sea; .60x102.
21. Two acres land at Kalihl, T7..h 2
houses; beautiful country residence.
22. House and lot, Ilaniwai st, Kewalo:
50x100. ,
23. Lot on Fort st extention.
24. Lot corner Wilder ave. and
22Gx221.
25. Lot S0x27S, King st. near McCul
ly tract
26. Three lots at Kalihi; S0x95.
27. Fifteen acres of land just above
Kaiulani Tract
2S. Fifteen acres of land, more cr
less, at Kailua, near W. G. Irwin,
country place.
29. Lot 150x110, with houses, at
Pa lama.
30. House and lot, 4SxS3, LHiha
street, below School.
31. Lease with building. Sih&oP
stsect
32. Nineteen years' lease and C cot
tages, 5 minutes from Postofflce.
v
33. Sixteen and a half years" lease,
with cottage.
34. Two homesteads at-Kaupo, Maui;
one of 9 acres and one of 12 acres.
For further particulars, apply ta
Silra I fa,
Opposite Frit Oftica.
fVJien Buying a IVhctl
BUY RIGHT,
andAUcays be Eight
TIic Cleveland
3" dotsiC
HONOLULU BIEE GO.
BERUBliCAK TVEDSESDAY, AUGTJSI 15. i90O.
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mmm fr Q171I
1 1 lillUl BUHUgG
Real Estate
Broker,
206 Merchant Street
life?
I BfiHGJUfl.
Newly Built 2 Story
Gottsge on Ala-
pal Street
$2750,
Only
$1250
Cash.
Balame on
u01 Tims.
fi BflRGfllN.
v ros" . ...... l.JJiAJLa'JlWL. ri . ttck:. t. .. . f '. . f. C v . ". S r
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m llliilh; Sillfe
Rea! Estate
Broker,
206 Merchant Street
TTNAXCIAL.
BISHOP & CO.
BANKERS.
TRANSACT A GENERAL. BXK
DTG ACD EXCHANGE
BUSINESS.
Commercial and Traveler' Letters of
Credit fcsid. available In all Use
Principal Cities of tlieWorla.
INTEREST allowed on fixed debits
THBEE MOXTH5 S per cent, per an
num;
SncMoXTHS Si per cent, per annum:
Twelve Months 4 per cent,
annum.
0LAUS SPRECKELS. V3T. G. IRWIN
Claus Spreckels J Co.,
Bankers.
HONOLULU. H.T.
San Francisco Agent3 The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANGKCO The Nevada
Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
don, Ltd.
NEW YORK At. Excluinge
National Bank.
CHICAGO National
Bank.
PARIS Credit Ljromisia.
BERLIN Dresdner BbuJc
HONGKONG AND
Hongkong and Slwighai Banking
Corporation.
NEW ZEALAND N1 AUSTRA
L1A Bank of New Zeaizind.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVEIt
Bank of British North Amelia .
TRANSACT A GENERAL BAXKTNrj
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Roceived Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial aiH
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange
Bought and Sold.
COLIJ2CTIONS PROMPTLT AC.
COUNTED FOR.
BISHOP & CO.,
SAVINGS BAU(
Oflico at banking- buildiujj 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 & CO,
7
THE BAM OF HAWAII.
LIMITED
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL $400,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Charles M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
' Directors: Henry Waterhouse, Tom
May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Corporations,
Trusts, Individuals and will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking entrusted
to it Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, issue Letters of Credit
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance
with rules and conditions printed in
passbooks, copies of which may be had
on application.
Judd building. Fort street
THE YIKIIIIU SPECIE BANK
LIMITED
Subscribed Capital IYen 34,000,000
Paid Up Capital -Reserved - Yen 18,000,000
Fnnu - . - Yen 8,000,000
HEAD OFFICII - Yokohama
The bank "iuys and receives for collections
B.'Us of Exchange, "issues
Drafts and setters of Credit and tran?
acts a gene ral banking business.
Agency Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Building, Honolulu, H.T.
J. B. FISHER Hi,
Members of "Honolulu Exchange
Stock ami Bond Brokers
411 FOHT STREET.
Advances Made on Approved Security
Silent Barber Sbop
srrarnMT.cLAniiiiiE3.
r
rli&rtea Keck. : : : Xtl St
wmpx ranmnttz, rn
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1900 Electro oas Lamp
OX TOCR
Bicycle op Garriage.
PHCIFIC
FORT STREET.
Just Received
Bv die "AUSTRALIA.'
Fresh Apples
Naval Orauges v
Lemons
G raped (AssttL varieties
- 1 ' Plums f Asstil; varieties)
Peaches
- Apricots
Celery
Caulitlower, -'
Turnips j .
-. -Refrigerated Poultry
, x " ' Frozen Oystors anil Fish
- 'Fancy Cream Cheese (in foil)
Smoked Salmon and Halibut
Cervelat Sausage
Gruenhagens' Chocolates.
HENRY MAY CO., LTD.
$mr THE w
teff PEERLESS 10
SU PRESERVING r I
ACPVVA ""' cJr
TWO il3
THE WATERHOUSE STORE,
Bethel Street, Telephone 24
THE lEADINa
flair Dressing: and Manicuring
Parlors.
Hotel 8treet, next to Y.M. C. A
Shampooing and
Scalp Treatment
A IALTY.
Engagements made
by PHONE 343.
TIE MISSES G9 L1RTI6DE.
REMOVAL.
J. ALFRED MAGOON, Attorney at
Removed to 3Tagoon Building,
corner Aiakea and Merchant Street3,
!TJp stairs, Suites 1-2-3 i 4. " 37-1 m
REMOVAL.
OFFICE OF JOffii Ii Estate, Ltd.,
Bwrioved to JIagoon jBuUding, corner
Merchantana Alakee Streets, np stairs.
37-lm
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CYCLE CO..
SOLE AGENTS.
THE McINTYRE STORE.
J Cor King and Fort Sts. Tel 22
jsa Pa Pa Pa ?a ra r ?a ?ca a t "-3 ra
If you want to rent a house.
If you want to buy a home.
If you wnut to sell your houso
If you want to rent your houso.
If you have something to auction.
Pking up
MAIN 79
Will E. Filer,
Canwr gf Merchant and Aiakea St.
EmtSit5i55iS3lteieaSl5iitelitl54
BEAYER LUHCH ROOMS.
HI J. XOLTE : r : : : Proprietor.
0
Fort Street Opp. Spreckels Bank,
Pirst Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger"
Ale or Milk. Open from
3 a. m. to & p. m.
Smokers' Eequlsites a Specialty.
Hawaii Shimpo Sha.
fi1I?i,nleer JaDaaede Printing OtHce
The Pnbhsher of "HAWAII SHMPO -the
only daily Japanese Paper Publish-ed
in the Territory of Hawaii.
V.SOGA, Editor.
O.SHIOZ.VWA, Proprietor
Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge, King Street. P. O. Box SOT
SflKG oh k;ee
Watchmaker &. Jeweler.
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NO. 8 KING ST. NEAR NUX7ANTJ
P. 0. Box 1020.

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