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y :i ROBERT GRIEVE Publishing Co. Ltd. WTXX. Artistic Printing, Up tOiDato Binding, First Class Job Work Wl Plantation Stationery :;:?. firsjT. Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Programmes Invitations. . Cards Circulars Posters ," Etc., Etc. we: fulli Vi tM SJU1 g ; Bill Heads Statements Pay Rolls Expense Acct Manifests Pl'tn. Blanks Agency Bl'nks Calendai's Diaries Bank Blanks Etc., Etc. ve: bind s? Ledgers Cash Books Journals Blank Books Check Books Pay Rolls Invoices Bank Books Stock Books Record Books Etc., Etc. Having succeeded to the old. of the late Sobert Grieve, it will be oxir aim to uphold the reputation so long held by him for first class work in every department of the printing office, while our increased enable us to 01 orders at much shorter- notice than herstofore. V iTj m?LHG7WnfA v m - i , jt v. r Io, l.MASKSl "t BLOC No Trouble to Get Good Articles I Sit Oir Line in Fancy Trimmings 1 ." -K ?f of all kinds.' iOES, LACES- Megalta 11 I l Septemberi5th Mwtle, T Lei land ! Rem rtf nits ' ASFiJi - Remnants i cleared ajt once tt'4iiKfi - aiitmfc - " ' -T Gome early and get first choice n. . uysii c THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER J3, 1900. asc awt " EMBROIDERIES.! 5 Latest European Styles Baby Ribbons:, aii shades, 20c. a piece m a. i ar'"" iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiMiMirfliiiiiiiMimiiiiiiuimiwiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiuig Hats and Shirt Waists . . . FOR: :f.f ; Ess M. E. Killean's. 4 --- - "T- Remnants jtsWeJiayn just finished stock takina and find we have quite a number of short ends on hand which must he -T I'. H:U-'!.' On Wednesday at 8 . V! I '1AAcrvilUstart oL , these goods t I ' XLPatf prices thai wilLVe.bound.to.closeTtheLi ' J lot in avery few days. Among the lot are g WasJiGoods, Silks, Wbol,I)ress Goods, p: Lacesand other.pieces of various goods. - wEoiJt0tfeetii JtiMSit $g? Jt trmm,1 ? oo :! !' t1 ! I' "f - 'jls. H ll1VJJ ' ' IIMIIMIIIIIMI i i REUm Ul USES KQWTIULLT UIMD. BESIDES" CZJkBS XACZS THEKE WILL BE 2CATCH BiTWiLfcLS 3T5TBTUS AX3XWA. Prize for the Various XtbsU Are Finally Decided Upon The Entries May Be Made Today. The events of Regatta day on the harbor on Saturday will be of exceptional interest. "Besides the regular class races, a special match race between the Myrtle and the &ra will come oif, giving the owners of the former a chance to prove their superiority. The announcement of this, interesting event was made last night at the meeting of the yacht committee, which was arranging the details of the races for Begatta day on Saturday. It was the sentiment of the yacht owners that. they did not wish to race for such small trophies as hud been offered originally for Itegatta. day events so the value of the prizes will be raised. The yacht races for that day will be divided into four classes as was done Jaly 4th. The big race will be from the lighthouse to Diamond Head to Pearl harbor, and return to lighthouse, a dis tance of eighteen miles. The prizes for the class races have at last been decided upon and are as follows: First Glass Race First prize, $100: second prize, 30. Second Class Race First prize, $50; second prize, $30; third prize, a $20 trophy. Third Class Race First prize, 40; second prize, $25; third prize, a $20 trophy. Fourth Class Race First prize, $40; second prize, $25; third prize, a $20 trophy. It has been decided that the six-oared sliding seat barge race will be on the bell buoy instead of the spar buoy course. Entries for the Regatta uNty races will open at 8 a. in. and close at 'l.p.m tomorrow, at the otlico of the Pacific Hardware Co. The books will be open tomorrow only ; FBAZEE'S HOUSE'S FREAK. Causes Commotion in Court House Yard and Smashes-Things. A horse and buggy belonging to V. L. Frazee, governmentuperintendent, of electric lights, created quite a sensation in the court house yard yesterday afternoon. The horse was tied at the east side of the fence, near tbei board of health offices, when, suddenly pulling its head through the halter, it started through the taking half the gate post with it. Once inside the court house yard, it rushed toward King street, barely missing Dr. nians rig. Quarantine Umcer rig had a still narrower escape. The horse passed across the yard but struck a palm tree, completely demolishing the buggy. Tho buggy's career ended here, for the horse, leaping through the harness, ran over to the capitol, he was caught by his owner. His right hind leg was pretty badly cut. -- CHAFFEE ASKS IF THE TROOPS IRE TO REMAIN. Washington, Sept. 4. -The following dispatch was received today by che War Department from General Chaffee: '"Taku (no date). Adjutant General, Washington: Written report of operations up to relief of legations will do forwarded as soon as possible. Present conditions are that hostilities have practically ceased, only occasional shots fired from cover, small party repairing telegraph line and foraging. No considerable'-" body of Chinese troops (Boxers) discovered here or along line of communication. "Wehear Li Hung Chang has full power, but he is not here. WillJJnittd States keep military force here until terms of peace are arranged? Now in China about 5000 effectives. Sixth Cav alry, Light Battery F, Fifth Artillery, battery of Third and Ninth Infantry, Fourteenth Infantry, 1000 marines. 1 think ample force for us unless political reason, not apparent to me, demands larger force. Shall take 5000 as basis of my requirement for supplies. If troops remain, must winter in tents and conical wall tents will be required, one tent ten men. Escort wagons mentioned in of 18th will be required immmediately. Have mules for same shipped. No more pack trains required; wagon transportation best Water falling in river rapidly, must soon haul supplies forty miles. Satisfied railroad will not be repaired before river freezes. "CHAFFEE." All the transportation, and tentage asked for by General Chaffee has been anticipated by the department and has been shipped. Much of it is at Taku and the balance Is due there very soon. In a cable received from General Chaffee some days ago he said he needed eight escort wagons for each battalion of Infantry and ten for ea;h squadron of cavalry. The escort wa gons are four-mule wagons and some-, what lighter than the six-mule wagons. There are now onthe way to General Chaffee 137 of these teams and thircy were sent over from Manila. The teats' and equipage asked for are now on. the way and lumber ia sufficlest for the army in China will be sent ia ships that nail U a few days. Preparations are golsg forward tor wlateringthe troopa im, CaiaaT -J r OUR TELEPHONES BMlaiM OSfce, 475. . '-'- BterialDep,tilS8.'4 4 STEWS UV TEE TOW1T ' H. Streabeck,, chief esjiceer of the Wailckn. company, returned oa tas Mariposa. He -was accompanied by his and daughter. It is expected put iheKiipa br li o'clock on: SaUrrday nsxl from Maui and HawaiL The regatta is the nioTiag cause. David Center, vcho came over on. ths Mariposa, is said to coma orr to take position of assistant manager of the Spreckelsville plantation. Mr. and ilrs. C A. Elston. who spent t&elr honeymooa in California, mainly 4t?llr. Elston's former home, Berkeley, returned on the Mariposa. Honolulu chapter Xo. I, Royal Arch Masons, held a special convocation at the Masonic temple last evening and arorked on the Royal Arch degree. Olaf Sorenson, "who ha been to London and Paris, and the Misses Soren-son. who have been to Denmark, are expected home on the China today. R. H. Brotherton goes to the coast on the Rio on Saturday and later will proceed to Manila, to enter the service of the quartermaster's department as a clerk. William Mutch, the contractor for Alexander Young's, nevr hotel, iriU arrive on the Alameda, from San. Francisco and immediately begin work on the new building. A. J. Coats is expected home on the China. If he comes he will speak at the Young Men's Christian association hall on Sunday afternoon on "Lake Geneva Experiences." Mr. and Mrs. S. P. French. L. C. Rowland and ,L- H. Miller all returned on the Mariposa from their vacations and will resume their duties at Oahu college on Monday next. Chester Weaver of San Francisco came by the Mariposa In the Interest of the Studebaker Wagon Company. He Is accompanied by his wife and will make Quite a stay here. It is said that Frawley, "T. Daniel," will bring his company of players here from San Francisco next spring. Frawley always has a fairly strong company to his credit, be it said. L. J. Mattocks, a mechanical engineer, who arrived In the Mariposa, Is from Newport, Ky., and a personal friend of Congressman Berry. He comes to locate in the islands. Miss Melika Peterson, daughter of Captain Charley Peterson of the Diamond Head signal station, returned from San Francisco in the Mariposa this morning. While away she had a delightful time. A native woman .named PU died in Waikiki yesterday without, medical attention. She had been ill about five months of asthma. A post mortem was "held by physicians of. the board of health. , Joshua K. Brown, United States Chinese inspector, has been granted a. leave pf absence and will on Saturday next leave for his former home in Ohio. In Mr. Brown's absence John W. Short will occupy his official position. George m Manson, who disappeared from Honolulu so suddenly and mysteriously, to turn up in San Francisco, had arranged to come home on the Mariposa. His baggae was delivered to the ship, but Manson failed to connect. Some of the officers of the transport Logan gave a pleasant little party on the ship before its departure. An orchestra from the Second infantry band furnished the music The guests weie Irs. Sarah Angus, Mrs. Hutchinson, Miss Bard of California, Miss Craig, the Misses Afong,. the Misses, Angus. Jfllss Grace, Messrs. C. E. Jacox and Fred Angus. '!' We have a few of those pretty white stands, so appropriate for displaying"f erns." The last of the lot, and - we are disposing of them at 70 cents eaclr." Six different styles"" Wall u x ji VtfllAkfil Limited. Of Interest I- ::t the -Ladies... '" Few women'' care for the hair When ' 'the hairbegins to come oat . they are""alarmed. It would be' 'much better if they give it whenit is in a healthy condition. The first 'requisite in the care of the a GOOD TONIC. Jnst the- kind we keep-. Oar Hair - Tonio will kill dandroiL Stop- w the hair from falling outCuiv itchnese of the scalp. "Malo -the hair soft and glossy. It keeps the hair and scalp in a healthy condition. Try a bottle, and give it a triaL THE Hisses De Urtigie, Bfln s"H NflC ff"s"W t iVi UlWh KWt &. - ii T nmti.gtsasi jlaa xjblia. ' ! wl ' 3ft ! si l i i i i I i i I I I 1 S.S.Saisl)iTllooifcliM( Wear bne ofOur Crash or White Pique Skirts and keep cool We have received a, select variety ioidhe. very LATEST DESIGNS, each GARMENT correcllWut and equal to any made to order GARMENT. We have also placed on special sale. a,nice lot of French Printed Lawns? These were imported to sell at 20c PER YARD Our price for to-day is only " i && PER VA 5eI5C R'EFJjtYAFD aS?sS The Patterns Are New, The Colors Absolutely Fast, - ,f:.i The demand" Tor narrow laces and insertions continues. We have positively the lariiesL assort 4 ment of laces ever offered in Honolulu, and the ' prices are away down. t J 1 . k M t M 1 ft J Ij N. S. Saclis Dry Goofis Co., Ltd. Ex C. D. Bryanjb 3:j i i A LARGE SHIPMENT OF THE LATEST AND MOST ' ELEGANT LINE OF Surreys, Phastons, Runabouts, Low Wheel. " Road Wagons, Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc. - ALSO A FINE LINE OF v Carriage Lamps, Dash Lamps, Sun Shadqs, LanRqbgs, Hack, Surrey and Buggy Carpets, Sheep Skin Mats, (different colors and sizes). Stylish Single and Double Harness, (with or without rubber trimmings). Light and Heavy Harness, (for all purposes). ,y The .goods, were personally selected by Mr. Schuman irom the lactones m the East. These GOODS are of STANDARD MAKES, of tLfvrry LxVTEST DESIGNS and are now ON DISPL" Ai'l JEufc Kecersecl" V 5 30 Head of Fine Carriage and Draught norses, also a few Gentle" Family Horses. 20 Head Strong Sound.Mules. te. Carriage and ---. SCHUnArfSi Harness Repository- MERCHANT STREET Between Fortarid Alakea Streets. n Read The Honolxzlu t Republican. iiiiiiiMiiiiiiiim ."fH& "a i iiSiaii . .