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The Honolulu republican. [volume] (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, August 23, 1900, Image 7

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1SE HOXOLCLTf BEPCBfclCAK f tifttSDA, ACGtSI 23. 1900
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Silk Shirt Waists,
Ribbons and Underwear.
Just Received
Ladies OPERA LENGTH
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of Rugs we would state that juskbefore
the change in tariff we received a large'
and varied assortment of
I Japanese
Rugs
T3y purchasing these Rugs before
the change, a saving of about fifty (50)
per cent, was effected, which our customers
are to profit by, as we do not intend,
at present, to increase the price
But" will sell them, while they last, at the -
old figure '-,-.-".
Under these, conditions; a- buyer
hero can now .-.purchase these Rugs
for much less than they are sold for on
the mainland
We have made a display of these ,
Very Handsome Rugs in our large,
central show window, where their beau-
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ti ful; designs and harmonious colbringTs
sure to attract attention. .7" T 'J't
MRIS MODEL HATS
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Not very many all told, but
quite aii artistocratic collection,
each one of which will
add distinguished beauty to
the toilette of which it becomes
a part All are from
FAMOUS MODISTES the
SHAPES, the MATERIALS,
the STYLES are of the
HIGHEST CHARACTER,
COSTLY, as all SPECIAL
and EXCLUSIVE BEAUTY
MUST BE. But now this is
changed. We have placed our
entire stock of IMPORTED
HATS at prices well worth
while to investigate.
LEADING MILLINER.
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0MH1ILT.
Solemn Talk On Death
of Queen Victoria's
Second Son.
EMPRESS FXEIERICK'S AFFUCTIOH.
LATE KING HUMBERTS EXPERIENCES
SLUMMING IN
LONDON.
Eagland's Primitive Ideas of Railroading
Suddenly Aroused by
New Electric Line Ameri-cans
in London.
LONDON. Aug- 11. "The King's
Evil" of George II. seemingly taints alr
the Hanover blood. The death of the
Hiiiuin'c moat nwnmnlishpd SOU. the
liuiliWIllilWUIlillillllllMl ! Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha-for
could lead an orchestra, play the
Ihe
violin, catch salmon with a Scotch ex
pert, or sail a ship has caused much
solemn talk at court about the maladies
of other members of the royal house.
Notwithstanding the denial Issuing
from Berlin, it is quite certain that Em
press Frederick, the Queen's eldest and
most beloved daughter, is afflicted wiUi
cancer, and that great specialists consider
her life a matter of months. She
Is too ill to leave the castle of
near Hamburg, for her customary
summer visit to England. Queen
Victoria, knowing her desire to possess
an English home, gave her the White
Lodge at Richmond last year, but she
will probably never be able to occupy
it.
King Humbert, during a private visit
here in 1S92, took extraordinary interest
in the slums and in the anarchist
haunts where had been planned
plot to kill Emperor Napoleon
TIL with a bomb, and the Czar's assassination.
While visiting oneanarchist
resort his majesty noticed a flaming
picture, designed by the proprietor of
the place, representing an anarchist
hurling lawyers, churchmen, statesmen
and capitalists into hades. The proprietor
gave the King a copy of this picture,
not knowing who his visitor was.
The London editor of an Italian Republican
journal, who was standing by,
suggested to the King's guide what a
strong resemblance his friend bore to
the King of Italy. His majesty also
visited at night several of the most
wicked resorts in London, incognito,
and accompanied by one companion.
Londoners have been reveling this
week in their first experience with
modern rapid transit, as furnished by
the new central London electric underground
system "the two-penny tube,"'
is some oPthe papers' call .it. Eighty
thousand persons have daily-learned for
the first time that it is no longer necessary
to waste two hours in an omnibus
in order to reside five or six miles from
their place of business.
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B.E.Ehlers&Go.t
Foit Street.
"England never seems to have recovered
from the primitive idea," said an
American electrical engineer, "that a
railroad train is not a stage coach.
Their methods in regard to rolling
stock construction have never till within
the past few months departed one
iota from those in vogue when stages
were the only means of transportation.
Pullman cars are in use, or at least an
English edition of the Pullman, on
many roads: but until last Monday an
electric-lighted and electric-propelled
corridor train, running through por
stations, was as great sn
innovation to the London public as
Aladdin's lamp was to the Arabians."
Albert L. Johnson of New York, who
r.nc hum dioptric railroads all over the
United States, said to a representative
of the Associated Press before leaving
here for America, a few days ago:
"I see no reason why electric railways
should not be as popular in London
as in New York or Chicago. It is
evident that many of them must 're
umlprermmd. hut when I see block
aues in the streets an hour after the
lievpd. The modern electric car can
go anywhere in London that a 'bus can
I will guarantee that American constructors
could deliver these great
crowds to their distant homes by electric
railway hours before they are able
to reach them now.
"Patrons of the London Central discovered
this week that omnibuses
which a week ago were packed to their
capacity are now running empty. Moreover,
house rents at the termini of the
lines are increasing, and the public is
riding In cars well lighted and well
ventilated, for the first time in history."
W. H. Vanderbilt is understood to oe
! In Europe for the purpose of
inr rn Axtpnsive racine stable. He Is
going to Aix next week
a number nf nromlnent Americans
.... ciii in Txmrimi American vachts f
which had been cruising in Norway
-waters are arriving at Cowes, among i
them being the Norma, with Mrs. Goe- j
let aboard. Eugene Hlggins Varkna j
and the Alfredo, owned by Joseph E.
Widener. will be at Cowes next week, j
Sir Thomas Upton is cruising on board j
the Erin thereabouts.
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doa hotels is causing maay petty
aaa financial losses. For
Mrs. W W. Farr aad Mrs. Coleman
of Pkiiadelpala. eccspyiar
apartments at the WsOsinghaja.
who jrere recently robbed of several
hnndned pounds vorth of je'irelry. bqt
finH thnislves under 50 bonds to
remain to prosecute the thieves. Tne
United States embassy Is doing at
possible to expedite the case and has
succeeded in having It made first on the
Middlesex general sessions calendar.
August S. The ladles will be compelled
to remain in England until the case Is
closed.
While the curtain has fallen for the
season in the majority of London theaters,
a number of American theatrical
people are still in England. The Goodwins
occupy a pleasant country home.
Ada Rehan is rusticating at the sea
shore. Edna May. who has not appeared
In London since the close of
"The American Beauty." closed a contract
yesterday to appear at the winter
garden. Berlin, during the autumn season,
at 200 per week.
Messrs. Ernest and Hendric. joint
authors of "The Elder Miss Blossom,"
and George C. Milne have written a
comedy of modern life which will be
brought out in London in the autumn.
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NEWS OF THE TOWN
The MaunaLoa and TJpoln sail for
Hawaii tomorrow.
"The steamer Algoa was advertised to
sail from Yokohama for this port on
the 17th inst. She left4 Hongkong on
the 4th.
Training for the cominj: races is now
in full swing, i oth Healanis and
Myrtles are at Pearl City, where they
row every evening.
Hilo is to have a company of militia.
Capt. V. Fetter, formerly of Co. A, has
organized a company and it was mustered
iu yesterday.
Yoshida and Sato, two Japanese,
were arrested last night atPalama and
brought to the police station, where
they were charged with affray.
The Kapid Transit Company i3 at
work with a zest. Poles have been
scattered along the proposed route and
work is in full swing at the site of the
power house.
ijlorse ana nougmainug. mc nn
mvers, have been investigating the sea
bottom about the long wharf in Hilo.
The water will either be deepened or
the pier prolonged.
A. A. Wilder, the young attorney, is
arraved agaiust a host of other lawyers
in regard to the question of government
lands being assessable for betterments.
The argument continues today.
There is another shooting match in
sight. The second team of Co. F, i.
G. H., wants to shoot the first team of
the Police Department, 'iney were
challenged by the second team, but
think that the first team is about their
size.
Deputy Sheriff Chilliugworth, with
officer Apana, yesterday went to the
scene of the Tantalus robbery committed
bv the native Kane some timfc
ago, to get the lay of the- ground. Tong
Sing, the Chinese hackdriver who was
so brutallv beaten, was uineu muug iu
explain the affair to the deputy sheriff.
A Begal Bepast. vw
Today that prince of Honolulu
caterers Lycurgus, will regale his many
patrons with a menu flt for the gods.
It will be a luau of good things. This
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THURSDAY, AU0CST23RD.
Robbing of American guests In Lon- ; Territory
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Lamb and Beef
soup
Chicken
SALAD
Potato
FISU
Columbia F.iver Salmon
ENTREE
Chicken, SpaWsh style
ROAST
Lamb and Prime Beer
DESSERT
Pie
Coffee and Tea.
Sugar Apparatus Coming.
The Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Company have ordered of the Sugar
Apparatus Manufacturing Company of
Philadelphia, for their new sugar house
at Spreckelsville, Island of Maui, Hawaiian
Islands, two Lillie quadruple-effect
evaporators, each having a rated
"'"-i caDacitv to concentrate auu.uuu uuneu
tueaiers uaie ""." ,""""" States gallons of cane juice per weu
that these crowds should no, be .,.. hours. The product of this su
sugar
house during this season will reach
zn ftnn trmc nf Mnn snzar and will prob
ably have the greatest capacity of any
cane sugar house in the world.
Good Medicine for Children
If you have a baby In theJiouse you
will wish to know the best way to
check any unusual looseness of the
b wels, or diarrhoea so common to
small children. O. P. M. Holllday. of
Ttmlng, Ind., who has an
'J chUd, says: "Through the months
June and July cur baby was teething
and took a running off of the bowels
and sickness of the stomach. His
bowe'3 would move from five to eight
times a day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
in the house and gave him
four drops In a tcaspoonful of water,
and he got better at once." For sale by
all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith &. Co.. general agents, Hawaiian
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What is ihe latest Novelty?
Pleases
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ni nnm ta anv made to order GARMENT.
We have also placed on special sale a nice lot o
French Printed Lawns,
These were imported to sell at
20c PER YARD
Our price for to-day is only
PER YARD
15C
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The Patterns Are New,
The Colors Absolutely Fast
K. S. Sachs Dry Goots Co., Ltd.
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and S. S. Australia.
A LARGE SII1PM EN ' OF Til E LATEST AND MOST
ELEGANT LINE OF
Surreys, Phaetons, Runabouts,
Low Wheel Road -Wagons,
Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dash Lamps,
Sun Shades, Lap Robes, Hack,
Surrey and Buggy Carpets, Sheep
Skin Mats, (different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Bubber Trimmings.)
light and Heavy Harness
(For All Purposes.)
The goods were personally selected by Mr. Schumau
from the factories in the East.
These GOODS are of STANDARD MAKES, of the very
LATEST DESIGNS and are now ON DISPLAY at
SCHUriAN'S
Carriage and
Harness Repository,
MERCHANT STHEEg
Between Fort arid Afake StreST

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