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Nv i NAISlKIIMfti WfEn You Wwrt Natural Oolong1 Leaf Japan or Spider Ceylon i Gild ftp it Try Some of (he SALTER & WAITY Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans Chirta Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories A Buggy Ride. Is II English Sreakfiut Gunpowder Schilling's Beet Bed Seal Move Brawl i. a Pleases ? That depends largely npom the In which the ride la takes. If tka vehicle is old, if it rattle and jars, and if the draft is heavy, much of the pleasure Is lost But if it has the ball bearing axles, rubber tire, patent springs and other improvements of the HIGH GRADE, UP-TO-DATE reside, then it is a pleasure indeed. We are showing a new line of High Grade Bike and Pneumatic Buggies, Runabouts, Traps, Phaetons, Surreys, Speeding Carts, Brakes, etc Also a full line of Harness, Whips, Robes, Lamps, Rugs, Shades, etc. FOB. i ires We have added to our equipment a complete RUBBER TIRE outit and are now prepared to put on all slses of Rubber Tires. New Channels and Rubbers put on, or old Channels We use the TEEUB (two wire), the best and most satisfactory Tire iPAClFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLYCO. LTD. BERETANIA STBEET. - - Next to the Fire Station. DAT BX.OCK. - - Theo. N. Dairies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AGENTS FOR Steamship Line, Lloyds, British & Foreign Marino Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Lino of Packetslrom Liverpool. Sifc I - Redaction Sale - 1 OF Imported Millinery $S1ylish and Up-to-date i Still Continues. I Goods Positively at Cost. I MRS. NAPTHALY, t Hotel Street .-. v Next Elite Building. P lanos for rent There has been such a demand for good Pianos by parties making a short stay here, or by others who do net cars to bay one, that we hare imported a large stock of fine instruments, which we will BENT at reasonable rates. Bergstrom ITLusjcCo CHICKERIKG PIANO AGENCY, FORT STREET. Telephone 321. sssissssssssssississsssssssssissmssssssw sV0LB Bfe7 ibLbisbVTMA ooYsclsiikiBjste oV"BiiL 4W aCBSTCU. CHOCOLATE BON BONS. JtorSaleBy LEWIS & CO., Gtws, Sole Agents. 111 Fort St. Tel., 240. Per "irck" A Large Assortment of DllicB Desks THE Cope Furniture Co., PEOGRESS BLOCK. Corner Fort and Beretania Streets. Geo. A. Martin Fiskimbli Trior Room 3 Elite Bldg. HOTEL 8TBJEET. S0 "Uttte" by oame!! Great in result!!! . Is the CARBON -PAPER that - tKe HatDaiian iHctos Co. Ltd. I is distributing samples of. JL lftP9 stock of fame tfivd by . the tralia. .: WEATIEI 3HHUIT Fil HUTS IF AKIST. Piofeseor Lyons submits Use follow ing meteorological snmmary for the month of August. 1S00: Temperature, awe, for month, 73.0; normal, 77.6; "average daily maximem, S5.0; arerage daily minimum, 74.6; average dally range, 10.4; greatest dally range, 17; least dally range, 8; highest temperature. ST; lowest, 63 The month was the warmest of any month en record (IS years). Barometer average, 29.553; normal, Z3JXG for gravity); highest, 30.05; lowest, 23.S3; greatest 24-hour change, .02. Relative humidity, 6S.7 per cent; normal, 6S.6; mean dew point, 67.9; normal, 65.2; absolute moisture. 7.47; grains per cubic foot, normal. 7.06. Rainfall, 2.00 inches; normal, 2.00 inches; rain record days. 25; normal rain record d3ys, IS; greatest fail in one day. 0.30 inches; Luakaha rainfall. 11.40; Kaplolani park, 0.25. The artesian well level fell from 33.26 feet above sea level to 32.90. Trade wind days, 29 (4 of N. N . E.); normal number of trade wind days, 23. Average force of wind, Beaufort scale, 3.1. Cloudiness, tenths of sky, 5.4 ;nor-mal, 4.1. TOiflSniXtelateJ!IfiBtage&jf district Hilo. 120 per cent; Hamakua. 60; 60; Waimea, 55; North Kona, 70; South Kona, ; Kau, ; Puna. 150; Maui 100 to 150; Oahu, 100 (Kahuku, 200); Kauai, 100 to 120. Average temperatures: Pepeekeo, Hilo, 100 feet elevation, mean maximum, S2.4; mean mlnimum,.7L5; Waimea, 2.730 fet elevation. 76.4 and 6S.0; Kohala, 5S3 feet elevation, 83.3 and 71.9; Kealakekua, 1,585 feet elevation, at C a. m., ; Paia, 150 feet elevation, highest 90, lowest 65; Kulaukahua, W. R. Castle's, 60 feet elevation, highest S9, lowest 69, average 79.1; Kilauea, Kauai, 325 feet elevation, average max- fimum, S1.4; average minimum, 73.3. Heavy swell on north coast of Hawaii during the middle of the month; waterspout observed from Pepeekeo on the 22d; light snowfall on Maunakea on the 17th: heavy washout or "naulu," 3 inches rain in an hour, at Kula, Maui, on the 31st. CURTIS J. iSVONS, Meteorologist. MIKE, THE SIMIAN, OF OAHU IS NOT DEAD. There was a rumor about town yesterday that Mike, the well known of Oahu college, was dead. The report is not true, however. Owing to the arrival of so many small children lately, it was deemed adisable that Mike snould change bis quarters, so that, legardless of his own feelings in the matter ne was transferred to a new lodging house beyond the college barn. Mike, a large monkey of a light grey color, is probably the greatest celebrity of Oahu college. He has, prior to yesterday, occupied quarters- situated in two trees just mauka of Dole hall. The trees were connected by a. wire, which allowed Mike to 10am about over considerable aiea. In one tree was a barrel, in which he sleot Two winters ago the barrel, swollen by the rains, suddenly" burst while Mike was inside, giving the sedate old monk quite a scare. Slnco that time Mike has eyed all barrels, particularly beer parrels, with a suspicious eye and has absolutely refused to continue ac quaintance with- them any longer. Mike does not like his new quarters, but ho may become acclimated to tae change of surroundings. The report of his death is absolutely false, however. When he does die a public holiday will be proclaimed and weeping and wailing prevail througnout the Punahou region. VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island, Aug. 5. U. S. A. transport Frederlca, Ivanchea, San Francisco, Sept. 14. MERCHANTMEN. Coasters not included. Archer, Am bk. Calhoun, Su cisco, Aug. 28. Alice Cooke, Penholloir, Blakley, Aug. 24. dumber to L. ft C. Albert, Am bk Griffith, Saa Francisco, Aug. 10. H. Hackfeld St Co. CarrierDoverAm ach, Bendt, Olympia, Sept. 7. Ceylon, Am bk, Wilier, Laysan Island, Sept. 7. Challenger, Am ah, Gxmld, New York, Sept.1. a D. Bryant, Am bk, Colley. San Francisco, Aug. 30. Dunreggan, Br bk, Dixon, London. Aug. 9. Haw, Fert. Co. E. B. Sutton. Am p, Carver, Saa Fran cisco, July So. Enterprise, Am ech, Saa Fraadaco, Aug. 26. Florence, Am ah, Bjr4r. Tlimi, Aug. 29. F. SARedileld, Am scb, Jorgwaaa. Fort Gamble, Afs 18. Allea 4k Robinson. Great Admiral, Br ah. Sterling. New- casUe, Sept 17. John Currier. Am sh. Murchison, Ta- coma, Aug. 38. R, P. Riphet, Am bk, McPkall. Saa Frannsco, Spt. T"h. Br Vk. Nagasaki. Feb- raaryl7. S. a Allen. Saa Fraadaco, Septembers. Standard. Am an. OetckaM. Tacoata, Aug. IS. Wa Olsen, Am sea, HurtiBon, WUo pa Harbor, Sept. 1. -- THE HOXOLTJLTJ BEPTJBLICAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1900. OF PERSONAL DCTEREST Barmoay lodge Xo. J. L. O. O, V- aeld an iauresting aseetlag last ereaisg. The Japanese theater at Maklki has been closed. It aay be reopened somewhere in Chinatown. It is possible tftst Lewis Morrison and Miss Florence Roberts stay rat in this season in Hawaii. James Crane, Esgeae Devasschelle and David Manuel have returned from their vacation outing on Maui and a most enjoyable time. Mis3 M. E. Killean. Hotel street, has just received an elegant assortment of side combs, back combs and hair ornaments. Prof. Koebele, the noted Territorial entomologist, leaves on the Claudine today for Maui, where he will Invest! gate the Makawao forests. Firewood, corrugated iron, sash doors, blinds, window frames and all kinds of building material are offers! for sale cheap. Inquire at the Arlington hotel premises. A number of the largest and mast conservative business men of Honolulu have lately taken po'lces in the Provident Savings, represented by I. R. Burns, new Magoon building. Judge and Mrs. J. W. Kalua of will go to Molokai next week for a visttto relatives. Judge Kalua has til his return." For the convenience of the general public. H. Hackfeld & Co. have transferee their Remington typewriter department to the store of the Pacific Cycle Co., Ehlera block. Fort street A naval board, upon which may serve an army officer, will visit Guam in the-near future to determine tae location of a depot of supplies. Commander Merry will be president of the board. Mr. Starkey, school teacher at Kau po, Maui, has tendered his resignation to Mr. Wittrock, the school agent. Mr. Starkey expects to return to his home at Devonshire, England, for a brief visit. He has been teaching school at Kaupo for the last fifteen years. Wray Taylor desires "every blooiiiiu' member" of the Amateur orchestra to be present at their regular rehearsal this evening at the Y. M. O. A. hall. Captain and Mrs. Slaker give a dinner to a number of friends at the Ha waiian hotel last night The funeral of the late A. C. Pestaca took place from the Lusitana hall Sunday and was very largely attended by members of the order and friends of the deceased. Deceased was one of the best known Portuguese of Hono lulu. He was a leading Forester, which order attended in a body and in large numbers. Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Thirty Years of Sufferiner. "I suffered for thirty years with and thought I was past being cured," says John S. Halloway of French Camp, Miss. "I had spent so much Ume and money and had suffered ao much that I had given up all hopes of recovery. I was bo feeble from the effects of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor, could not even travel, but by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble. I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I have." For Bale by all dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents Territory of Hawaii. ... i . ftifc OF 5I? 5EE5i Too much attention cannot be given the particles of food lodge around the teeth which soon cause decay. There are many tooth powders when need that do more harm to the teeth than if they i were not used. "We know the imparities that these inferior powders contain and have prepared the t liofya Sootbi ; . . Powder . 1 and the -i Jtr ' tooti) if paste Both are excellent preparations for the teeth,' which we can say are absolutely pare, hardening and preserving the gams as well as cleaning the teeth. Prepared by MUfjniG M FALL STYLES Qlmnfctllu Laces Comprising Edgings, Bands, Insertions, and Wave Patterns : Also : Silk ApiliaM A BEATTIFCL TJXE OF Allover Laces, Chiffons and Embroidered Liberties 600 PIECES OF RIBBONS, JUST OPENED. WHITNEY & IMPORTERS. Honolala StoekYerds Go. We are Headquarters for STRONG flffTJliES and HORSES Over One Hundred to pick A specialty. Plantation Jflules Large orders for plantation harness filled oiv ' short notice. Stock arpd Bought and sold on commission. Finest Ltivery Corner King and SMi We Don't Know r Exactly Why S, White and Black MARSH, Ltd. from now in our yards. Vehicles or? the Islands South Streets. 'wJ Our '" Shirt Business eacli day unless it its becoming pace with growth. are surpassing, in & Cloth ing offer our large and well selected Call and examine it. KASH" Two Telephones 96 and G6 St.. and corner of Fort and Hotel Sts. Grows larger with is duo to the fact of better while keeping Xr The latest styles make and quality. Boys' and Children's During this month we Stock atreduced prices. ii THE Two Stores, Two Stocks, P. O. BOX 5."S. 9 r.nd 11 Hotol REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER. For the convenience of the general public we have transferred our REMINGTON TYPEWRITER DEPARTMENT to the Ftore of the "Pacific Cycl&and Manufacturing Co.," Ehler's Block, Fort street. i An experienced Typewriter Repairer has-full charge of this business ane quotations on new machines or estimates on" repair work any class of typewriters will be cheerfully furnished upon application at the V Pacific Cycle and Manufacturing Co." Hr. rtflrGKFEUD & CO.v Ltd. Sole Dealers, Remington Standard Typewriter for the of Hawaii. 3 - 3nslBe3B men wiU tell yoa TrSalby Bead The Honolulu Republican. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. cau the peofte rerf IU J tzn v n ji "IyfiSiWB - m ." -- tl &1? f. i1Ktc& "'