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: Telephone 39b. T -v - r , tHE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, AuUuST 23. 1900. B Al LEY'S IKE ITS TaltphtM 398 SPOT CASH Ex "Edward May" we are in receipt of a small ! lot, More to follow. Bailey's Honolulu Gyclery Company, Limited. 227, 229, 231 KING STREET. OOL-O L-U P. 0. Box 441. - cnw i Office. ..... Judd Building Telephone G13. P. 0. Box 450 BEVERAGES UFEFRIOFS ANIMATING IOUS CARBONATED FOUNTAIN DRINKS (SODA WATER) NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT J GrcaCVariety of Flavors Novelties Added Frequently Our Vichy a Special Feature Natural Fruits Our Own Selection Our ice Cream "par excellence" The Finest POUNTim, COR. FORI 2 HOI EL 51 5. Noted as the Coolest Corner in Town Benson, Smith & Co., ltd, NEW SUMMER GOODS. In Elegant One ef Ties, Skirts, Pijtiis, Silk mi Crepes, Kimis, Etc., Etc. I Urge Stwk ef Lifts', Beits1 mi IChiMreff's STUW UTS m kutf. K. ISOSHIMA, King Street, Below Castle & Cooke's. hhhhhh ?. fnrtaMMiri Bead The Honolulu Republican? ! fffifllVIIIWWWlfffflWffWWffWilfVWffWWVfffN P.0.Bix44l: - 4. A Stearns Tnnrisf. "Riivrlp friuirnntppd for . IHb K HIHi H iTll" iS4BK5z lj JJli M) Hi Gasoline Engines ato HOISTS For All Kinds of Work iLAUD AND MAEINE) Running Pumps, Dynamos and Machinery (THE UNION ENGINE) Sole Agents: THE VON HAM YOUNG CO. LTD GRKVIWOOD, RICHARDSON & CO. CIVIL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, AND CONTRACTORS. AGENTS FOR - PARKE & LACY CO., PELTON WATER WHEEL CO., H. N. COOK BELTING CO. WII1TTIER, COBURN CO. Lubricating Oils, Grease and Paints. BYRON JACKSON MACHINE WORKS, Whirlpool Centrifugal Pumps. CALIFORNIA ANTI-CALORIC CO. Anti-Caloric Pipe and Boiler Plaster. Anti-Caloric Boiler Blocks, Anti-Caloric Covering. PACIFIC AMMONIA & CHEMICAL CO. .1UDS0N DYNAMITE & POWDER CO. MEESE & GOTTFRIED CO. LINDE ICE MACHINE. IWEIIWS TMPEII - BOAT IS UeitMED. ICES' KEPKESENTING JL SYNDICATE SUCCESSFULLY GUARD THEIB SECRET. Constructed on Ware Ialand and Watched Over by Men With Guna and Savage Appearing- Dogs. STAMrORD. Conn., Aug. 10 Under cover of darkness, with the tide at Its height, a curious appearing dark green craft glided from a mysterious building on Ware Island and Into the -water of Stamford harbor at half past 10 o'clock tonight. It was a submarine torpedo boat, concerning which the utmost has been observed during the months of Its construction. J. C. Carter, who says he comes from Nev York, has had practical charge of the building of the boat, and Is believed to represent a syndicate. Extraordinary efforts have been made to keep the facts regarding the craft from leaking out, and there has been an air of mystery surrounding the Island. A building was constructed in which the boat was built, which prevented anyone in a passing boat from catching a glimpse of what was going on. The workmen were pledged to secrecy. Armed men with savage appearing dogs have patroled (fie shores of the island and have successfully intimidated all who showed any intention to land. It was not until last week. when one end of the building was torn down, that thoso who ventured near the island were able to distinguish what appeared to be a torpedo boat. Some facts regarding the boat were obtained from one of the men employed on the island, who lives in Stamford. In general appearance the craft is like the Holland submarine torpedo boat. It is 50 feet long and about 8 feet beam. Its propelling power is similar to Dr. Jackson's method, the water bein forced out of the stern. It is equipped w ith tanks capable of holding eight barrels of kerosene oil. There are two powerful pumps, worked by electricity. There is an arrangement by which, as soon as the oil is consumed, the tanks will be filled with water, so as to keep the ballast the same. The submerging of the boat Is controlled by.rudders on each side. She has side keels, two bilge keels and three rudders. There are two torpedo tubes projecting from a conning tower Just above the deck. The boat is built of yellow pine and is sheathed with galvanized iron. It had been arranged to launch the boat last night, but the approach of several men in a boat evidently alarmed those on the island, who fired several shots from shore and ran to and fro excitedly. Several dogs also appeared and barked savagely, frightening away the would-be investigators. HOAR ON BRYAN'S SPEECH.- The Senator Charges Democratic Leader With Hypocrisy. BOSTON. Aug. 10. Senator Hoar I has made a vigorous reply to Bryan's speech of acceptance. He practically accuses Bryan of hypocrisy In the part he played in securing the ratification of the treaty with Spain and his .subsequent campaign against imperialism. To a reporter who called on him at his home in Worcester last night ie said: "The anti-imperialism of Mr. Bryan and that of his party is but a mask; it is a mask to cover the things they have had most at heart from the beginning; it is a mask to cover their purpose to establish the free coinage of allver; a mask to cover their purpose to bring in free trade; a mask to cover their attack on- the Supreme Court and their purpose to reorganize if they can get the opportunity. A very considerable number of the judges of the Supreme Court of the United States are old men. It is not at all impossible that the majority of the court may be changed during the term of a single president. "I must have something better than these declarations against imperialism from the candidate who secured the passage of the treaty and baffled all efforts I was able to make against it before I am ready to purchase his election at the cost of having a government that will sympathize with the disfranchisement of 10,000,000 Americans at home; that will stand for dishonoring the currency, for the violation of national faith, for the overthrow of the banking system and establishment of an income tax; for assailing the integrity of the Supreme Court; for sympathizing everywhere with populism and socialism." Largo Earning in the Beet Field. A good deal has been said about tho advantages that accrue to farmers from raising beets, and great stress laid upon the Indirect advantages that come from scientific farming, rotation of crops, proper treatment etc But there are certain direct and palpable profits that are more apt to appeal t othe mind than the more remote and Indirect ones. Reference is had to the immediate cash results that come from working in the beet fields, and it may be remarked that these profits can be made by the farmer and his family working their own beet patches, as well aa by those who hire out to others. A statement from the Standard Cattle Company of Leavitt, Neb., gives the earnings of several families In the beat fleHs of that company during- one" month. These families of five to seven persons earned considerably over 10f a month, and even as high as $160. It will sot be denied that these figures are extraordinary for any kind of farm work, asd ought to prove very attractive to persons in the agricultural communities. If farmers will take the trouble to let it beTcnown what can be earned In the beet fleldsjt Is very probable the; scarcity of Tabor, from which the oeettladaitiy suffers so much, will speedily raifik, and thousands of people will go froak the cities and towns to 'earn Uus.goldeB karvestVfor such It would be' o Kaay'whb are for work. In the cities! The farmer would tfcciT.proTide. help for himself ia'otar respects 7ateo. for people are on the farm they can be moire easily persuaded to.do "other work also, evea ttook leas remuaeraUve, and can have practically steady employment, while the fanaer has steadr help. The great eTil of the present age, viz.. the concentration of j tion Is the cities, may thus be some what palliated by natural methods, and the agricultural population increased. Beet Sugar Gazette. MEET IT WEHNK Ml ME MMKE1 NEXT MY. VALLEJO. Aug. 9. A moat remark able sequel to the wedding of yesterday occurred at Mare Island today, when Rose Cardwell Fitch and Lieutenant Commander Walter S. Hughes, TJ. S. X., were married at the iome of Colonel Muse of the Marine Corps. The story runs that the couple were engaged before and had become estranged, parted and had not held anv communication for more than a year They met, however, at the wedding of Miss Macrae and Lieutenant Hall, and a reconcilliation was effected, which resulted in the wedding of today, ail of which happened inside of twenty-four hours. The bride wore a handsome gown of gray and the groom was attired In full uniform, as were the many officers who were presen The bride was give away by Colonel Muse; the best mar was Lieutenant Commander W. H. Shuetze. U. S. N. The wedding wa necessarily informal on account of the exceedingly short notice. The ceremony was performed by Chaplain Boorim of the Philadelphia. The re ception was held Immediately afterward in the beautifully, decorated parlors of Colonel Milse. The decorations were roses and greens. The bride is a strikingly handsome woman and a native of Oregon. Tne groom Is well known In San Francisco and along the coast, having for a lone time had charge of the hydrographlc of fice in San Francisco. The couple took the 4:20 train to San Francisco. It Saved His Baby. "My baby was terribly sick wl diarrhoea, we were unable to curi with the doctor's assistance, and MMux as a last resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy." says Mr. J. H. Doak, of 'Williams, Or. "I am happy to say it gave Immediate relief and a complete cure." For sale by all dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co., general agentsHawallan Territory. BUY Your Home Great Bargains in Real Estate 1. .business lot on, Fort sL; corner lot; about 8000 square feet 2. Fine house and lot; 100x100; road. 3. One lot, McCulIy tract; '(5x150; King st. 4. Two lots, Kawaiahao st; 50x100 each; Kewalo. 5. House and 3 lots at Kaiulanl tract 6. Four lots, Walklkl addition, near Camp McKinley; 50x10 j each. 7. Nine-year lease, with 2 houses; Punchbowl. 8. House and lot Ilanlwal at., 25x100. 9. Ten-year lease and 2 houses: Punchbowl; 60x110. 10. Four lots, Kallhi, K ; st; 50x100 each. 11. Three lots Lear 55x95 each. Diamond Head; 12., House and lot, with stables; 53s 133; Upper Punchbowl. 13. House and lot, ijueen st; 50x100. 14. Ten-year lease; with 2 cottages and store doing good business; GOxlOO. K. One share Waimea Hul land. 1G. Eleven and a naif years' lease, with 3 cottages, grapes and other plants: 75x200. 17. Beautiful lot on Fort st, between School and Vineyard sta. IS. Lot 100x110, with 2 new cottages. Wilder ave. 19. Two lots, Walklkl road; 50x100 each. 20. Five lots. Peach road, near the sea; 60x102. 21. Two acres land at Kallhi, ith 2 houses; beautiful country residence. 22. House and lot Ilanlwal st, Kewalo: 50x100. 23. Lot on Fort st extentlon. 24. Lot corner "Wilder ave. and 226x221. 25. Lot S0x27S, King st, near tract 26. Three lots at Kallhi; 80x95. 27. Fifteen acres of land just above Kaiulani Tract 28. Fifteen acres of land, more or less, at Kailua, near W. G. Irwin, Ssq., country place. 29. Lot 150x110, with 2 houses, at Palama. 30. House and lot, 4SxS5, LSUba street, below School. 3L Lease with' building. School street 32. Nineteen years' lease and 8 cottages. 5 minutes from PostofSce. 33. Sixteen and a half years lease, with cottage. 34. Two homesteads at Kaupo; Hani; oaeot 9 acres aad om of 12 aerea. particalara, apply ta ill VivaN. - fennHKKtStK JMfe&JSJtaSsaaratsfciajE: If yon want to rent a Louse. If you want to buy a home. If you want to sell your house. If you -want to reut your Louse. If you Lave som eihinjr to auction, i Ring up j MAIN 79 w E. Me r 5 Corner of Ntrckait aad Alakea Sts. The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. Importers ana Dealers !o Hardware, Crockery, and Glassware. 2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Metal and GIh&s Lamp?. Lamp Fixtures, Paints Oils and Varnishes, Lard oil. Cylinderoil, OtnamoouV.tc Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricul tural Implements, etc. House Furnishing Goods, Etc. Silver Plated Ware or all descriptions, Table Cutlery, etc. Plantation Supplies oi Every Description. Hart's Patent "Duplex' -Die Stock for Pipe and Bolt CuUiiijt: Rubber Hose, plain or wire Txmnd, etc. Agents for The Aermotor, Made of steel and' will last longer and give better satisfaction than any other manufactured. Orders from the other Islands solicited and promptly filled. Fie HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended tc SflNGOHEE Watch makek & Jeweler. no. 8 king st. near nuuan u P. O. Box 1 020 DR. W. J. GtLBfUITH. Office and Residence: Corner Beretania and Alakea Sre. OFFICE to 10 a. m., I to 4 p. if, and 7 to 8 p. h. SUNDA VS9 to 10 a. m., 7 to S. !. a- TELEPHONE 204. MAIN 199. PROMPT SERVICE. Alarm Clocks All Kinds, All Prices. BIART'S THE JEWELir, 4fW Fort St fl. Harrison IHillGo. Ltd Kawaiahao Street, Kewalo. , MILL WIH II ALL ITS IIMGIES. Telephone White 121 i : P. O.Box 562. Ordtrs StlicM Prwjt Smiii. F. W. Makinney Searcher of Records a- OSSof Oppriitle W. G. IBWIS Co. -S Abstracts and Certlcates of Tit: Carefully Prepared Honey to Loan on Real, Estate Security t . t J v f C- ti ft Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Ht 1900 Ramblers:- RambfersM900 $4u.0O will buy you a fine tip to date Rambler Bicycle. We sell these on the instalment plan tor $5.rtG more, easy terms. We take oM wheels in exchange as part poym an fraud allow all they art worth. We have a number of -2nd. hand wheete in stock now that we can soil at very low prices. If you want a ciftp wheel atll ami look at them. We have a big supply of SUNDRIES and al?o dn the. lsi I repair work in the Islands.' E. 0, HALL k Limited, King Street. --- SON, .frfr.;,,T. ! I V !;;" THE ? .- WHITE HOUSE are worth. 420 Fort Street FORTIUS WKEK we are showing rencli luawxis in our window for 12Ao. A YARD. These goods giving will convince vou vc you, your money's AMERICAN DRYBDSQi ASSOCIATION The Hawaiian Electric Go., Ltd Has Removed its Olliro md Show room to Alakea Street, IViakai .-- -: x- -:- -: jrcnant. BARGAINS M ELE0H1G FIXTURES, On and after and Shade3 SACRIFICE per "Andrew Welch." August 'J, all Electric Fixtures now in stock will he sold at a GREAT i to make room for shipment to arrive THE TRUE CRITERION IS QUALITY. The Attention of Connoisseurs is called to the Superlative Quality of I'OMMERY CHAMPAGNE which is being shipped to this country. In London, the acknowledged Ilome of Wine Connoisseurs, where QUALITY REGULATES PRICE, POMMERY Commands from Two to Six Dollars more a case than other leading Brands, as per figures taken from Ridley's Wine and Spirit Trade Circular, London. POMMERY Vintage Ih'Xl to 91. G. H. MUMM 13 ?. - 7G PERRIER JOUET " 1S93 ExIrnCnwfJ 05. - Cfe. MOET AND C'H .VXDOX I W - " 30. - H4 3d LOUIS ItOEDCRER ' 193 .1 hS?. 71a. W. C. Peagock & Co., Ltd. SOLE HGENTS. n it Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Ht j.. t GOO KIM 210 NUUANU STREET, ABOVE HOTEL t t Hare just opened a New and Finu Line- of Heavy PONOEE SILK GOODS, FOR MEN'S SUITS. Kfcw Shipment of Sandal Wood Boxs for Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Jewelry, Etc. Reasonable Prices. V t V t V : :-4-:-v-:---':-"-:W"::-":':'-'V':-:-4"-:''-:":- H- & H- A- A- . - f p. S -s$ - - 'J5H'ic55,; as " r. .. vsy;. -? -. ij.