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HE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN.
Published Every Horning Except J" the RobL Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIX a GILL, - - - EDITOR TELEPHO:sES. Business OfiSce .llain 21S Editorial Rooms Main 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. T., as second-class maiL SUBSCRIPTION' RATES. .. ., .., ? iTi Per Month, by Carrier -5 One Year, by Mall S.OO ! Six Months, by Mall 4.00 nr. Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2-25 ' HONOLULU, H T. OCTOBER. 3, 1K. WEATHER. YESTERDAY. lu TrCifritBi TS 3 dcerc. Xlnlmuaa Tajrtare TI ilectw. Mulmca Terupcraiore Butxaelrsr 30JW lVp c. 26 toebes Mcao IV: Point Ur Dar M-S Mw ikuAitie UnmWlty T wrjfDs. 7lu!, n'lrtJsww, 1 to 4 rosECxsr ron tobay. Frth trie, peoenUIj Sue weather Uh ;4bV! In tbTJW Tb Chinese seem to be executing a Doer finish. Tbe campaign will be warm enough before it Is over, unless all signs fail. Thre will be great Interest here in the race of tbe Australia and the America Maru to San Francisco There aro many old "war horses" in tWs year of grace. 1900. but the real war horse of the era Is the Texas mule. The Elks of the United States hae contributed nearly J75.000 to the lodge at Galveston, or such of them as survived the flood. It is the duty of every man having the good of the Territory at heart to register. Remember, if you are not registered you cannot vote. JUpubllcans are showing great activity in every district in the Territory nud If good work counts for anything in this Territory the republicans will control tlio first legislature with a good majority. Nothing like having a high-sounding name-. "The Coming Men of America" sounds big enough for almost anything, including coming governors, senators nnd fio on. Thero may bo a president nmong thorn cen now. "As Honolulu goes, so goes Hawaii," must be tho slogan of the republican workers. Get otit every possible vote for the party hero and carry this city Mnd thero will be no question about ah root of tho Territory. Thomas Brackott Reed; once speaker of tho house of representatives and s power In republican politics, is sulking In his Now York tent. He declares he would rathor say "Gentlemen of the than "Friends and fellow Lot's soo, did some one a short time ago say something about keeping secret tho resignation of a Judge until the said resignation had reached "Washington together with endorsements for tho appointment of the Judge's successor? Thoro will be a great rally of republicans at a meeting at the Maklkl baseball grounds tonight, held under tho auspices of the precinct club of th Second precinct of the Fourth district. Everj republican In the Fourth district should attend this meeting. The greatest need of Honolulu today Is a cable connecting Hawaii with tue mainland. Honolulu will always be i provincial town until the cable coan3. Then it will suddenly become a patt of the great throbbing world that feels the pulse beat of electric communication. Following in the line of the opinion given by Judge Humphreys of the Circuit Court the Supreme Court held yesterday that in order to register and vote in the first election of Hawaii one must have resided In the Territory ono year and In the precinct threo months. WANTED A nice young man frca from a law school on tho mainland, for a nice, easy position with very little work; salary 11.800 a year. No previous residence la the Territory required. Incumbent can continue a journey to the Orient at any time. Address the Attorney General of Hawaii. Every citizen interested in the advancement of the city and of the young pe pie will note with pride the great progress being made by the Young Woman's Christian association. This worthy society does a vast amount of good in the worrd and it is most gratifying that the one in Honolulu is so 30 flourishing and prosperous. It has been definitely decided that the national capital centennial shall be keld on the 12th Tof December next, says the Buffalo Commercial. It will commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the city of Washington as -the seat of the federal government and will be an occasion of national Importance and interest The provisional J "qr" J . 1 ., -- fiiWiiMii fggPfWg W J"k U.,l ! I ikf - TT'Siais "X.. " 3 - i" ' J X H, -7! CI THE HOSOfcTTLU BEBTJPtlCAK, ZDefKDlT, OCTOBER, 3,100. pi&as -which have been approved bj President McKlaley provide, frrfcSy. for a morning reception to the visiting governors of varioes states at the White House, a military pageant along Pesssylvania avenue to the capitoL TTbere patriotic and other suitable exercises will be held, the to to followed by a brilliant reception in ths evening. The general committee Includes the governors of all the state-. Joint committees of the senate ind house of representatives and citizens of the District of Columbia. This will be the last of the great centennials of events In the formative period of the nation's history. The celebration of ,.,.,.,. the one hundredth anniversary of our flrst and most extensive territorial ix- pansion. President Jefferson's "Loai; iana purchase," in 1&03, will be the first of a new series. This memorable transaction will be observed In various way6 and particularly by a great centennial exposition at St. Louis. Monday was one of the hottest October days ever known in Honolulu. The thermometer climbed to the S7 degree point in the afternoon at the weather station presided over by Professor Curtis J. Lyon. This is within one degree of the highest recorded all summer and Professor Lyon said last night after a hurried look over his records for five or six years back that In-believed it equaled the highest ever recorded here for the month of October. The dew point was 6S.5 and the relative humidity 75. At the same time there was a very light south wind with a Telocity of only two miles an hour, whlch accounts for the afternoon being so oppressive to sweltering humanity. Yesterday showed a great relief, the maximum temperature being only S3, while the dew point had dropped two points and the relative humidity five points. Last night the dew point was down to 63, which accounted for the cool, refreshing night. On September 10 Clara Barton wired Governor Sayers of Texas as follows: "Do you need the Red Cross in Texas? We are ready." That banner of the Red Cross is one that signals to the world the better days that are to come. It means that mankind has begun to draw nearer to each other; it sheda mercies over the battlefield, and where the wounded and sick fill the hospitals of armies, where armies march, or where famine and pestilence claim their prey. The above tender was nothing less than to follow in the waKe of the cyclone and where the encroaching 0g?n had reached forward upon the shore and overthrow a city. That Red Cross badge has become a thlug for men to reverence, a tie to draw hearts and sections and peoples together. Uncle Bain's Boys. He has a grim line around his lips And a. stern light in his eye. His stock In trade Is the right to kill And the counter right to die. No sooner is the one fight done Than another fight's to do. He has one Jpye that will never fall The old Jed, white and blue, i For he's one of Uncle Sam's boys, around the earth. He has not time for sentiment, And scarcely time for mirth. They never ask a question, Never answer "Yes" or "No," But shoulder arms when the order comes. And touch the cap and go. He blisters 'neath the tropic Bun, He freezes in the snows. He marches,' with unwearied tread, Where'er Old Glory goes, He does not ask an audience For what he has to do One love he holds in his hero heart The old red, white and blue. For he's one of Uncle Sam's boys. Away across the sea. for his only love. Wherever he may be. They never ask a question, Ifever answer "Yes" or "No," But strike the tents when the order cornea, Then touch the cap and go. Baltimore American. MORTTJABY REPORT. Births, Marriage, and Deaths During Moath. of September. The mortuary report for the month ending September 30, 1900, has jiut been inade by C. Charlock, registrar of births, marriages and deaths of the board of health, as follows: SEC J SATIONAUTT. 4 CiO AQE5. Under 1. 121 H 5j. .CI 1 to S. n M 5 to 10. 10 to 20. ..4 20 to 30. 11.. IIS 30 to 40. S.. 2J19 10 to 50. J.. 1J12 to 60. 13 JO to 70. 13 Over ". .15 I 1 1- 1 t"i t Total 154(34 3rf Sjl226 If 5 5JS3 The comparative monthly mortality was as follows: September,, 1S95. deaths, 112; September, 1S96. deaths, dS3; September, a697, .deaths. 55; 1S98, deaths, 6; September, 1S90, deaths, 79; SepUaber. 1969, ' det, SS. Ward ee. 22 deaths; ward two, IS deaths; ward three. 12 de&tbc; ?& feir, 4 deaths; ward are, 31 deaths. 15. Annual death rate Jr 1,W0 for 'mocth 22.73; Hawaiians. Z&12i Chinese. 10.09; Japanese. 4L.66; Portuguese, 26.1S; all others, ICe. The causes of death are stated as follows: Accidental, 1; appeadidtis, 1; apoplexy, 1; bronchitis. 2; barns, 1; con vulsions, 1; carcinoma of stomach, 2. f cerebral hemorrhage, 2; compression of brain. 1; dysentery, 2; diabetes, 1; (infantile), 2; disease of the heart, 5; enteritis, 6; fever, malarial 4, remittent 1, typhoid S: gastric nicer, 1, 4; 'inanition, 4, Jaundice, 1; meningitis, 4; malnutrition, 2; morbus cordis, 1; nephritis, 2; old age, 3; opium smoking. I; paralysis, 1; pneumonia, S; pleurisy, 2; 1; tabes mesinteriens, 1; 10. It Happened in a Drug Store. "One day last winter a lady came to my dreg store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock." says Mr. C. R. Grandin, the popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. "She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could recommend. I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlain s Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring baric the bottle and I would refund the price paid. In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I consider that a very good recommendation of the remedy." The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large measure to the personal recommendations of people who have been cured by its use. It is for sale by Benson, Smith &. Co., general agents, Territory of Hawaii. Notice. A meeting of the members of the Bar of Honolulu will be held at 4 p. m. on Wednesday, October 3, 1900, in the United States District CourtRoom to discuss the proposed Supreme Court Rules. PAUL NEUMANN, Pres. Hawaiian Bar Ass'n. REPUBLICAN RALLY' FOURTH DISTRICT ECHO PRECINC T Tonight, at 8 o'clock, at the tent, corner of Piikoiand KinauSts Speeches will be made by Candidates and others, BELriORdL Tounff St., bet. Alapai and Kapiolani Sts Newly furnished rooms with board. Also table board. Telephone 807 Pantheon Saloon Tried by Are and the Are has bad the best of it for the last eight months, but the Pantheon 4k Saloon Is now on deck again with a flue. assortment of Beer, Wines and Liquors, and respectfully asks for a share ofyour patronage. , Very close to the same old place. -$$ The Cope Furniture Co., Progress Block - - Corner Fort and Beretania Streets. The arrival of a large shipment of STTXiISK &ad UP-TO-DATE furniture compels us to make room in every nook .and corner. To do this we Bust close out on different lines now in stock. Last week we advertised & sale of Guun's Ottlce .. Desks and realized tremendous results. This week our sale will be on HAXMOIOR'RBD ROOK SETS in ooxjuor OAR, f XAXOQKAT, ASH' aaa CURLZT RTRCR. Our prices on these sets aro ably aad uBdeaiafely the lowest in,? Honolulu. " -v "" , We cordially invite you to call and inspect bargains. Tk ftj Tnfturt Co. Progress Bleek - Career Fori and Streets. Mffllf Real Estate Stocks ud Bms COR. KING I BETHEL STS All Island Stocks Bought and Sold on Commiwaion. Orders promptly attended to. -' FOR SALE. Lots on Fort St Lots on King St Lots on Beretania St Lots on Kinau St Lots on Lunalilo St i Lots, on Wilder Ave. Lots on Spencer St- Lots on Prospect St Lots at Manoa. Lots at Punahon, Lta in McCulla tract Lots at Waiklki. . , Eight acres land Nuuanu Valley, cheap. Lota ob the installment plan. i Houses and lots everywhere and prices to suit 5-room house and lot or? Install- ments $3,000 6-room house and lot, easy terms 7-room house and lot on install- ments 3-4,000 10-room house and lot, terms to suit- I have bargains in houses and lots, all sizes, shapes and prices, and will take pleasure in showing any or all of them. I have what you want If you will let me know what It is. .i FOR EXCHANGE. A beautiful corner 200x300, feet situated in the best residence section of Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar stocks, Kihei, McBryde, WaiaJuaaor any other of the old line of dividend paying stocks. This is an excellent chance to make anexekafige to your advantage. UPPHOHE 3 H ' 8O6 - ! ; :fW.l'fi? ? . THE BASE IF !Am LIMITED Incorporated Under the. Laws ot tke Republic of HawalL capital tmjm.M OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS! Charles M. Cooke Prwtfcat P. a Jones C. H. Cooke Cuhier F. C Athertcfi Assistaat Caakier Directors: Henry WaterhocMTom May, F. "W. 'Macfarlane, E. D. Tmaey. J. A. McCandless. Solicits the Accounts of Finos, Corporations, Trusts, Individuals and win promptly and carefully attend to .all business connected with banking en trusted to it. Sell and purchase Foreign Exchange, issue Letters of Credit. SAYINGS DEPARTMENT. Ordinary and Term Deposits received and Interest allowed in accordance with rules and conditions printed in passbooks, copies of which may be had on application. Judd building. Fort street. CLAUS SPRECKELS, WM. G. IRWIN Claus Spreckels & Co., Bankers. HONOLULU. - - - B.T. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DBAWKXCKANaS OK SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada National Bank of Son Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of London, Ltd. NEW YORK Aegean Eiobanjcf, National Bank. CHICAGO Merchants' Naiiorisl Bank. PARIS Credit Lyotiuais. BERLIN Dresdner Uank. HONGKONG AND Hongkong and Sluinghai. Bankinff Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TBANSACT A QXNEBAI, BAKKJ O-AND EXCHAKOE BTJSIhIsS. Deposits Received. Loans Made on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PBOJCPTLT ACCOUNTED FOB. BISHOP & CO. BANKERS. TRANSACT .A GENERAL RAN ICING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued, available in all the Principal Cities of the World. INTEREST allowed on tixed deposits: SEVEN days notice 2 per cent. (This form will not bear interest unless it remains undisturbed for vine month.) Three Months 3 cent, per annum. Six Months 3 per cent, per annum. TWELVE MONTHS 4 per cent. p annum. We are showing the Largest Assortment of European Rugs We have ever handled at prices that cannot be as the present Duty on these lines is prohibitive. They comprise: TAPESTRY, IXMINSTEn, VELVET PILE, DIG DM, ui tin BRUSSELS in CENTEI, SIFA ui DOOB MATS IILL ui SMI in Tuestry, VELVET PILE ui HIT IIISSELS, k firtat .iriity. JIMIESE JUTE lUfiS, HATS ud MAniMC, LINOLEUM, IILCLITI. G9C9A FINE NATTIXE, Nil ATS always u kui at LWJORbfflf MO. 1 0 TORT 5T. d UIEJOT ' ML If ra$ Apris lpltWIMal Hesaogable rates for the heat Job work i the city. I jlAy 1 wl We deliver them to your residence PACIFIC fort street; For this flEHV AtfUFflCTUlWG' GO. Old Ice Factory, Manufacturers of and Wholesale andRqtiU, Dealers in "Wardrobes, Chiffoniers, Desks, Food Safes, Bedsteads, Repairing and Upholstering Just arrived ex-S. S. Australia and bark Irwin n largo shipment of new and cheap furniture. Here are some of our prices. Bedroom Sets, 6 pieces, only $20 CO Baby Buggies . . . . 10 CO and up Raby Chairs, 1 00 Double JBedV Mattress and Pillows, complete G 00 Double Mattresses - 00 nnd up 500 fine Wool or Feather Pillows, each .... 75 and up Chairs and Rockers, best quality ... 75 and up Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines, slightly used 10 00 Hardware and flno cutlery, half price. Books for rent for 5 cents; best novels in town. L. S. Mathews & Son, '26 Beretania Street between Fort and Nuuiinu HOT WEATHER You should have one of our IK- II- QI -SUB and set them up ready for o$ C CLE CO. SOLE AGKNTg. Young Street. Mattresses, Etc n specialty. Come and see us. Australia extra choice assortment in market affords in VEGETABLES Cheese, Frozen Poultry and - supply of Gruonhagen's & CO., LTD, THE MclNTYRE STORE Cor. King and Fort Sts. Tel. ax Electric Co., Ltd., Onices and Showroom to Merchant. ELECTRIC FIXTURES. t 9nall will bo sold at a GKEAT room for shipment to arrive By tbe Steamer We have received an l Everything that the FRUITS and Also Fancy Cream Oysters and our usual Chocolate. HENRY MAY 2 BIG THE1WATERH0USE STORE Bethel Street, Telephone 24 . f The Hawaiian Has Removed its Alakea Street, Makai BARGAINS IN .On,, and, safter August and Shades now in stock SACRIFICE to make per "Andrew Welch." NEWSUMMEK G001 k EkpitLiit if Ties, Sifts, hjuis, Silk ui Crips, XiMiis,! Etc., Etc. A Lvp Stek if life', finis' ui Children's STW IATS n kui. v K. ISOSHIMA, King Street, Below Castle & Cooke's. p' f t 1 t V i. v'J V .. A, f: w5 r"f tJ K'h A T : Hi' ,ff" V' si xj? 1 ? t ' " cs. T-J f V- J- &. CT,? J,ik f" -, ",