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P 1 ; I &-$ gfY' t r .yyiya wffm wql. iinf')" 8 TH HONOLULU BSTCHLICAH, THUBSDAI, SEPTEMBER 13, 1900. Grand Clearing Sale of Remnants and Oddments, Monday, Aug. 27th. DRESS DEPARTMENT REMNANTS In Fancy Muslins, Lawns, India-Linens, Dimities, White Muslins Plain and Figured. DOMESTIC REMNANTS Sheeting, White and Brown Cotton, Table Damask, Toweling, Cretonnes, Flannelettes, Etc. 'jM WHERE GOLD IS HANDLED By THE TON. SEATTLE'S ASSAY OFFICE IN" THE GREATEST BUSH OF ITS LIFE. Arrivals of Treasure in the Months of July and August Exceeded Ten Millions of Dollurs. VFroni the Seattle Times.) No place iu Seattle presents a busier Ecene today than Uncle Sam's assay on the hill, the occasion being the weighing lu and receipting tor the gold brought down from the North on the Roanoke and other vessels. Already over ?2,UO0,000 of the ten tons arriving yesterday have been taken in ut the assay oilice and receipted for. Among Uio largest depositors at the oluce yesterday and today are George Uirmack, the Scandinavian-American bank, the N. A. 1 company, the latter leaving SuO,Wl; the Bank of Utitisn jtiix America, represented hero by Dexter ilorton & Company, with and the Canadian Bank of Commerce, with 11,500,000. Through the courtesy of Government Assayer F. A. Wing a reporter for the limes was permitted to take a look through the vaults and weighing and melting departments of the olllce this morning, during which time he noted a small oince truck, with a platform some 16x30 Inches iu size, covered several inches deep with largo gold bricks and buckskin sacks of dust awaiting the convenience of the This truck load was the property of the Bank of British North America, in charge of one of the representatives of Dexter Horton & Company's bank, thore being a trine over $500,000 in the pile. During the eleven and one-half months of the Seattle assay office's existence in 1S9S the receipts In gold amounted to approximately 6,500,000; durlnj July of this year the receipts were 46.394,000, or within approximately 1100,000 of the entire eleTea and months of 1SS8. Since June 30. this year, the receipts aggregate twenty-six and one-fourth tons of gold, or 110,500,000 in value. This includes yesterday's receipts of flveons. or about $2,000,000. The greatest amount received in any one month was in July of this year, the figure being $.394,000, or 15.9S tons. The greatest previous month was July of l&et year, when the receipts reached $45?,0O0, or a trifle over tea and one-half tons. During the fiscal year ending June 29, 1908, the receipts at the assay office aggregated $1S,600.00. Dy referring to figures above it will be seen that already, since June SO, tkia year, the receipts are over 77 per ceat of the entire twelve months receipts for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1900. Already, during the eighteen days of August, the receipts amount to I1 in 000. or over tea to&s. The totil receipts of the oftce up to date alace it iastauea agnK ever 009, or forty-two In order to make room for the large purchases Mr- Kerr intends making: on his present Eastern trip, we intend to commence a . . . . .. i) In DEPT. and L. The gold, as received, with black sand and other dirt, is negotiable at cho banks at $16 per ounce. The government assay ofHce gives an official numbered receipt for all gold received and this receipt is negotiable at any of Seattle's banks. Afterwards the gold is melted up, tested and its true value ascertained, which value Is credited to the depositor, against his numbered receipt, and the amount so ascertained paid to depositor's order on demand. Great care is taken to gee every particle of value from the melting pots, even the slag, or fluxes, being ground up and washed in a miner's gold pan, the particles so rescued going to the depositors' credit. Transvaal Is Now Part Of the British Empire. Lord Roberts Announces Issuance of Proclamations Including it In the Queen's Dominions. LONDON, SepU 3. Under date of Belfast, September 2, Lord Roberts reports: "1 have today Issued, under nor majesty's warrant of Jul 4, proclamations announcing that the Transvaal will henceforth form a part of her majesty's dominions." A dispatch from Cape Town says that the communication to the assembly of Lord Roberts proclamation announcing the annexation of the South African republic, to be hereafter known, as the Transvaal, was greeted by the opposition with silence and by the with prolonged cheering. From Mazeru. Basutoland, comes a report that commandoes under Fourell, Grobelaar, Bemmer and Hassehrock, together with 200 of Theron's scouts, are investing the British garrison at Ladybrand. It is rumored that tUe troops have already burned their stores and it is feared that they will, be compelled to surrender. General Hunter is hastening to their relief. General Baden-Powell started from Pretoria for Cape Town Saturday. New Ovtireik ii the Smtieri Islawis. Filipinos Defeated Witk a Lo of One Hundred and Twenty Killed. WASHINGTON. Sept. 3. The war department today received the following dispatch from General MacArtaur: "'MANILA, Sept. JL Adjutaat General: General Hughes reports outbreaks la Bohol. First Ueuteaaat Lovak, Forty-fourth volunteers, reports engagement near Carsaen. Bohol. Oar loss in killed, one; woucded, six. loss ia. killed. 136. HaTeaot received further detail. "MACABTHUB. ' Bohol is aa islaad is tae'eoetaerm part of the archisetago. MS mile froa Manila. It lies aorta of the large le-lead of Mladaaao aad k set Bar froea Cetwt. QRJVD CIvEXAJINO Euery Dpartmpt Remnants and Oddments At Our Queen Street Store, Monday, August 27 FANCY DEPARTMENT REMNANTS Laces, Ribbons, Embroidery, Etc. MILLINERY DEPT. ODD LINES Of Trimmed and TJntrimmed Hats, Flowers, Feathers, Etc., Etc. Remember these are not old goods; simply the balance of large purchases we have recently made, but being unassorted lines, THEY MUST GO. Inspect the Bargains save money by purchasing at Our Queen Street Store. B. KERR & Channel Wharf Road lo Be Condemned. Demands of the Bishop Estate Are Considered Exorbitant New Fire Station at Palama. Part of the Bishop estate property lying between Ala Moana and the Channel wharf will be condemned. It was so decided at a meeting of tue executive council yesterday. The demands of the estate were so exorbitant that the executive directed Attorney General Dele to proceed in condemning the property. Superintendent McCandless submitted plans for the tfew lire station which is to be erected at Palama. They wore favorably received by the council. Mr. McCandless also spoke at some length concerning his late trip to Hawaii and suggested that several improvements be made on that island. Mr. Brown spoke of the condition of a man who had lived up to the terms of a special rights lease but had never received a patent from Washington, and wished to know if that person could bid upon a second right of purchase lease, it was the opinion that he could. S. K. asked the government to put up at public auction a piece of taro land and a fish pond in Waikele, Ewa, to go to the highest bidder. The executive thought as there was no use of the property it could be put up at a reasonable upset figure. Harold M. Sewall applied for an additional piece of land adjoining his place at Waikiki. No action was taken but the property will piobably be put up at auction later on. RUSH FOR TEXT BOOKS. Board Expects It To Reach. One Thousand Dollars. Now that school has begun there. comes the usual rush for text hooka, Up to Tuesday fllO worth of books hod been sold. It Is expected that the sales will run close to 11,000 in the next two or three weeks. As usual there is an excess of male pupilav although it is thought that there la a larger attendance of girl tale year than last The sesaioas will be frost 9 a. m. till 2 p. m., as usuaL with two recesses. In some of the schools the recesses sad time for lunch will be changed to suit the convenieace of the teachers. Much interest is attached to the aight schools, for lais is the tret year that the atteapt te branches over the otty has The atteadaace at all of the schools was fair, tut it is expected that larger earoUsaeata will be'secured darlag tLc week. A meeting of the flpwmliaiaa will probably be held. 4 Cuts aad Bruises Quickly Healed. Paia Balm applied to a cat, brake, bara. scald er like will lastaatly allay the paia aad will keel the Berts la less time tbaa aay other treatmeat Ualeas the la-jury Is xery severe It will t lura a scar. Paia Bain, also cares rheumatism, spralaa," sweatees aad For sale by all dealers, aad ill iiHtals meaeea. Smith Co.. era! aeato Terrttery ef NEWS OF THE TOWN. Dr. A. E. Nichols is expected back in the Australia. Mrs. Wm. Haywood and children will return in the China today. The Hay-woods will reside in the Berger place on Beretania street A man named Duncan was locked up last night. He had been drinking and had had a fight with his wife and father. He was arrested at Moiliili. The police have as yet run across nothing that leads to the implication of the party or parties who robbed Chilton's barber shop or Dietz's jewelry shop. Judge Wilcox will sail the Hawaii in the races on Saturday. The pplice know nothing of an attempt to burn Amana's house on Schpol street on Sunday evening. Had the attempt been made it would have undoubtedly been reported at the police station. THF DOWSETT E3TATF. J. M". Monsarrat Files Accounts As Guardian for Heirs. The first account of J. M. ilouearrat, guardian of Genevievo Dowsett has been filed. Mr. Monsarrat charges himself with $1,599X3 and asks to be allowed $1,560.73, leaving a balnnce of $33.80. J. M. Monsarrat, as guardian of the person and property of Genevieve Dowsett and Marion C. Dowsett, has filed an inventory of the property belonging to each of the girls. They have interests in many valuable pieces of real estate. Each have 750 shares of the capital stock of the Dowsett Co., Ltd., of the par value of $100 each and 100 first mortgage bonds of tho Dowsett Co., Ltd., of the parvalue of $1,000 each, bearing interest at the rate of three per cent per annum. He Owes His Life to the Forethought of a Companion. While on a camping trip In Web3ter county, Mr. S. L Stump of Norman-town, W. "Va., had a severe attack of bloody flax. He says: "I firmly believe that I owe my life to the forethought of -one of the company who had taken along a bottle of Chamber-Iain's Colls Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Moral Procure a botfle of this remedy before leafing home. It cannot he obtained when on a hunting, flshlag or prospecting trip. Neither can it be obtalnedwhiIe on Board the cars or steamship and at such times aad places it is most likely to be needed. The safe way is to have It with yeu. Thousands of travelers never leave home on a journey without it For sale by all dealers and druggists. Season, "Smith & Co.. general agents Territory of HawalL MM . SEATTLE BEER f Om Draaght or in Bottles at the "CRITERION" t mm ii SALE GO. Jml iTiniiniiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiHnnininiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiii Wby Pay Reut ? FOR SVLE On McCully tract, 3 new 2 ston houses just completed best sanitary plumbing, containing 3 5 rooms, porcelain bath, patent closet, hot and cold water, electric light, porcelain sink in kitchen, pantry and servant's quarters. SiOOO asli Balance on installments of 50.00 monthly. No Interest, Must be seen to be appreciated. For further particulars apply Campbell 8c Mintoo Office and Planing Opp, Kcwalo Street iHiiuiutiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiumnmmnmimiiiiimmiiia NEW SUMMER GOODS. li Elefut Line if Ties, Skirts, Pajuis, Silk and Crepes, Kiwis, Etc., Etc. 1 Larp Stick if Laiies1. Bute' vA Ckitoei's STMI UTS ii kaii. K, King Street, Below Castle & Cooke's, TliHIllbSlaltb. LIMITED. 518 ort Street. First clew tigs at fair price. 477. ! -: " iL .-. v . .i i . - . . .o ,.? A -i 5- ., " "" Mj&ar gains r J- Monday, Departments, WOOLEN DEPT. REMNANTS (Trousers and Suit Lengths) Fancy Worsted Serges, Tweed Suitings, White Duck, Alpaca for Summer Coats, Etc. FURNISHING DEPT. ODDMENTS In Boys' Pants, Washing Suits, Mem's Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Ties and Underwear. Mill Base Ball Ground 3 ISOSHIMA, When Buying a IVheel BUY RIGHT, I andAhecafa TM'levtlitwl be JiighL do4L HOMOLULU BIXt CO. i&2:- -- .--1 iJ" -.& all Aug. 27 th. PROGRAM OF THE Fifth Celebration OF Regatta Day TO BE HELD Saturday, Sept. 15th, 1900 IN HONOLULU HARBOR, Commencing at 3:30 a, m. 1. WIIALEBOAT RACE. First prize. $30; second, $10. 2. SEC - OAKED SLIDING - SEAT BARGE. Prize, ?30 trophy. 3. TUG OF WAR- of oared shore boats; not less than two boats on a side. Prize, $20. 4. SIX - OARED SLIDING - SEAr BARGE RACE. "Old Timers."' Prize glory. 5. FIRST-CLASS YACHT RACE. First prize, 1100 trophy, second, f30. 6. SECOND-CLASS YACHT RACE First prize, $50 trophy; second, 530 trophy; third, ?20 trophy. 7. THIRD-CLASS YACH'I RACE First prize, 40 trophy, second, ?25 trophy; third, ?20 trophy. 8. FOURTH-CLASS Y AC til RACE. First prize, $10 trophy, second, $25 trophy; third, $20 trophy. 9. SIX-OARED GIG RACE, stationary seats. Prize, $30. 10. SWIMMING RACE, 11W yards straightaway. Prize, $15. INTERMISSION FOR LLNCH. 1L SIX-PADDLE 'CANOE RACE. First prize, $20; second, $10. 12. SIX - OARED SLIDING - SEAT BARGE. Prize, $25 trophy. 13. TUG OF WAR. between steamer service boats In actual use. Prize, $25. 14. TWO - OARED SHORE - BOAT First prize. $15; second, $10. 15. DIVING CONTEST FOR DISTANCE. Prize, $15. IS. STEAMER BOAT RACE. First prize. $30; second, $15. 17. SAILING CANOE RACE. Firat prize. $20; second, $10. IS. HALF MILE, MORE. OR LESS, SWIMMING CONTEST. Prize. $15. 19. FOUR - OARED MERCHANT SHIP BOATS. First prize, $20; second, $10. Above program subject to change. Races open to all. No entry fee. Swimming antf diving races entries open until the start ot races. All rowing races are to be governed by the racing rules of the Hawaiian Rowing- Association. Each entry shall Include the name or the boat, or it it have none, the name ol the person who enters It in the race. For further information apply to the Regatta Committe or the Secretary. J. W. Smitalea, Read The Republican and you will iaprove la knowledge.