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fat 8- a- K'A I " a , " f ? 4 ' ' 3'. LOTS AT KEWALO T.A bargain, "t J 4 P l FOR SALE. A fow tine lots (abotit 100x200) on Manoa Heights, commanding an view over Walklki and ocean. Price. $1,750 to $2,000. A beautiful corner lot (120x150), high grounds. In bet porUon of Kallhl Cash. 1600; balance on easy terms. A large lot on good street In Kallhl; area, about 15,500 square feet; gocd low. Verms easy. v Lou (50x100) In various parts of Just past Kamehamcha Schools, mp easy monthly Installments Lota (50x100) in Xumuiu tract,- $ down, " balance ' lit installments of JlOiXl ier month. LKASK., ?2i rt -, - A valuable business site un Mauui kea. near Hotel street. ' One acre ground, between Llliha street aadvlasane Asylum roaa; gocd residence sites. A large lot, with 199 feet frontage, 6b King street at Kapalama, just past the rice field. gDRT SALE OR, LEASE, - i V i v i Good. Quarries inKuuana Tract. Aly to "l rf :i sj . ml kHjjaJN ? T h V ,' .l."5 (, Mtt May j i- "-." - . .-' V- ; i y ? ' THE HONOLULU REBUPLICAX, 1TEDXE3AX, OCTOBER, 3, 1900. V 4 Pacific Import i Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street The Latest European Novelties Suitable for Christmas presents; the largest variety of articles ever imported by any store. The quantities are not large, hence it behooves every woman in Honolulu to watch our opening advertisements and sales very closely. - j SDCCiai V7 have 2,000 dozen handkerchiefs for ladies, rJE gentlemen and children; no better assort ment will be shown anywhere; they are our own importation direct from Switzerland. Our prices will be the lowest. Large invoices of silks will also be opened and we call special attention to our complete lines of Taffetas. Muslin Underwear .In this department we will lead. Our prices are the lowest, our styles the newest and our assortment is so complete that ladies will find no difficulty in making selections. B0VS' CIothiniT n fc"s department we ave al- - -J? ready openccVja complete large stock of Vash Suits, and Blue Serges and Tweed Suits. -;&-V ' others' Friend 6hirt Waists in all styles and pricfis. V. W "!"' 15 Doz. Ladies' White Shirt Waists; do not fail to see them. OuriRibbon Department is complete pur prices are "Bed Rock." Co Importation Direct From Switzerland ."' We have just received large invoices 'of seasonable, poods in every department, trS. S. Australia. Goods will be open and ready for inspection soon. & J , Gasoline Engines Airo HOISTS For All Kinds of Work (LAND AND XABZKE) Ruling Pumps, Dylans ind Micfiintry (THE UNION ENGINE) Sole Agents: THE VON HAMM Y0MG CO. LTD IB m AILEY'S IKE ITS Ta!fi0M398 P. 0. Bm 441 The CLEVELAND Bicycle Agency is with us now, and will bo at HOME where there are facilities to properly handle'that first class wheel. The stqck will be sold at reduced rates to make room for New Goods ordered. The STEARNS Bicycle from $25.00 to $76.-OO still on hand. Milwaukee Puncturo Proof Tire in all sizes at BIILET'S HONOLULU CTCUHY C0, iiniteil 227, 229 and 231 King Street. Ss: The Honolulu Tobicci Co., Ltd., CORKIER FORT AND NIRCHANT STREETS, Has I received per Australia from jtpIJV7 YORK the world renowned brand of Cigars. JT--V 4t " lillian Russell itiinos This; elegant GEGAR can bo purchased for Five Cexts Oslt. TRY THIH NONE BETTER GRAND CLEARANCE SALE For oae mooth only tat all Usm cowwnrlmr Saturday, Seteer 29 .900 BamlaaJa QwaaCtoth (rario ootort). .HamUmroaWa ii (SiiiackHanof amjfec SUM or,Sairte, etc. iua . fA mf mk vwv Mmem wwmmmmm ;ijmm Si Above Hotl " Tl fMTECT IKJKSS DxuxMxas pnson sox OKAXA IS THSSJB MLAJTDS TH1T All TABU. Their Principali WEI be Practically Boycotted by Local Jobbers Text of Letter Sent Out by Wholesalers. The wholesale merchants of Hono lulu hare Issued a circular letter in regard to coast drummers doing business in the islands, and will send it forward by today's mail to California and east- em business houses The letter is a3 follows: Whereas, The Hawaiian Islands have a very limited area, and a total popula tion of 130,000, of whom only 15.000 are of the white races, thus limiting tho consuming classes and the amount of possible trade; Whereas, There are practically no cities and towns other than Honolulu and Hllo, all other settlements being mere adjuncts to some Individual plan tation or landing, scarcely ever reach ing the Importance of a small village; Whereas, The great difference from the main or other land, limits the area in which we may dispose of merch&n dlse, and renders overstocking quite possible, which possibility is now increased; Whereas, We are obliged to carry heavy lines of goods, both in quantity and variety; Whereas, Certain manufacturing, wholesale and jobbing houses located in the States, who are constantly soliciting and receiving If a greater or less degree our patronage, have chosen in some instances to establish in the Hawaiian Islands local representatives, and others send traveling men to every hamlet and country store soliciting trade, and at the same time ask our favors and patronage; Whereas, These representatives assume none of the responsibilities of citizens; Whereas, These same parties, insteud of adjusting themselves to the trade conditions of the islands, are pursuing a policy that can do them little ultimate good, but are producing only demoralization; Whereas, Certain of these parties are, in their ignorance, sending their lowest quotations broadcast to the most trifling dealers, to such an extent that is not only Injurious but ridiculous; Whereas, We believe there are certain well defined and recognized principles of business that are being violated in a manner by the parties re ferred to, destructive, to all business welfare, and which they themselves would not submit to In their own territory; Therefore, We, the undersigned wholesale merchants, dealers and importers of the Hawaiian Islands, in convention assembled this 25th day n September, A. D. 1900, have and hereby do -' - . Resolve and Agree, That we are unanimously opposed to the course above referred to, pursued by certain wholesale merchants and manufacturers, and others on the Pacific coast and abroad, in sending and maintaining local agents and representatives to the Hawaiian Islands for the purpose of competition with the local wholesale and jobbing trade, by quoting and selling to the retail trade and consumers. We, therefore, hereby pledge our selves refuse to accept quotations or to receive and examine samples from any commercial travelers or representatives and to discourage houses abroad from such action by every means In our power; to the extent, wherever practicable, of withdrawing our patronage from any house in .the event of their persistance, after due notification. The foregoing Is not intended to apply to representatives of houses having sole agencies with established local business "with nouses in the islands, calling on and transacting business with such house or firm acting as their local agents, provided their business is en confined to such representative firm or firms. Nor shall it apply to tho representatives of contractors for large plants of machinery, etc H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., per J. F. Humberg, Director. Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd., per L. B. Pinkham, Treasurer and Manager. E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., per William W. Hall, President. Lewis & Co. W. C Peacock& Co.,, Ltd.,, per J. G. Rothwell, Vice President Lovejoy- & Co. Washington Mercantile Co., Ltd., per W. E. Burnett, Vice President. Henry May &'Co., Ltd., per T; Ma Manager. Henry Waterhouse & Co. HoUscblaeger Co., Ltd., per itobt J. Lange, Manager. . California Feed Co., Ltd., per T. J. King, il. Phillips & Co., per Lesser. . M. S. Grinbaum & Co.,fLfd.per C.', Bolte, Vice President.' Theo. H-.Davies ,&lCo. Xtd .per T. Clive-Davies; Director.-M. W. McChesney & Sons. Macfarlane. & .Co., Ltd., per E. C Mac- f arlane. Union Feed. Co... Ltd., per. P.. W; Macfarlane, Treasurer. Cuia Jfear Dyings "For three days and nights 1 suffered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers?' says' M. E. Lowther, clerk of the district court.1 Ceaterville. Iowa. "I thought I should surely die and tried a down different medicines, hut' all to ao purpose. -I sect for abottle of ClMUEberlala's jColic, Cholera, aid Diarrhoea Reitedy mad three doses relieved me entirely. 1 went to sleep and did sot awake for eight hours. On awakeaiaga few soars ago I felt so fcMtlt . work I do on goikg to the oMce Is to write, to the SBWIsrtsrsrs of this remedy .and offer tsets y graitfrf;thiiks aad.say. Gol hlssa -ram sa4 .thesolendid.BMdiclHe ffi ' BtajaPMfr , for sale briMisoltf Terrfterjr rf PMP ffL ?-" rSF 7amhvliv" - . i Meaia, What Is the La-ar. Doira Haanla wax private eittses are Troaderisg i co-operative are contrarr to la. Joe Pnnee and others are beiae prose- cottd for selling foreign aercbaadise adthoat license. Deputy Sheriff Pahia stated that the defecdaats had fonaed a dob that sold goods to its owtj Attorneys for the defendants moved for. their discharge on the grounds that tneir association -was for mutual bne3t and the xoods -were of LAmerican and Hawaiian product and ?rovrth. Jacse Ratnonni the casa to look Into the lav himself. Penal Summons Not Tom. Judge Wilcox an Monday said that a penal summons Issued by him had, so he was informed, been torn up by Po liceman Hanrahan, who had taken the responsibility upon himself for ;so doing. It was afterwards explained to the judge what had become of the paper. The complainant who swore out the summons went to the sheriff shortly after the process was issued and asked him not to have it served. He also told the sheriff if it was served he would not appear in court to, prosecuts the case. Under the circumstances the summons was not served and it is now in the sheriff's possession intact. f Telephone 21S is the business ofiice of the Robert Grieve Printing Company and The Republican. Telephone 123 is the editorial department McBryde Sugar Company, Ltd. Notice is hereby given that the ninth assessment of ten (10) per cant ($2.00 per share) levied on the assessable stock of the McBride Sugar Co., Ltd., Is due October 1, 1300, and will be delinquent on October 15, 1900. Stockholders" will - please make prompt payment at the office oi Messrs. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. (Signed) H. M. SWANZY, Treasurer. Honolulu, Sept. 19, 1900. Metropolitan Meat a. 108 KING STREET. Q. J. WALLER, Manager. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS Six Per Cent (Sold Bonds Oahu Sugar Co., Limited. The undersigned offer for sale until further notice, at par, three hundred One Thousand Dollar Gold Bonds of the Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd. These Bonds bear interest at Six per cent per annum payable October 1st and April 1st and are part of a total issue of seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, secured by a trust deed and mortgage on the entire property of the company. To a limit at present oiFiity Thousand Dollars, Hawaiian Government Six per cent Bonds will be received at par in exchange, interest to be adjusted on the date of transfer. BISHOP & CO. Illl' (lit SfillllCS UiLTEED. 518 Fort Street. lursf class' rigs til fair prices Tilepnim W. Hwlslas "Phre" 319. MAIN 199. PROMPT SERVICE. BE1TEE LDICH ROWS. H. J. N'OLTE : : : : i Proprietor. Fort Street, Opp. Spreckels Back. First Class Lunches Served VSjlth Tea, Coffee, Soda Watert Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 3 a. m. to 8 p. "j. Smokers' Reqawitea a Specialty SRM-G- ONpE Watchmaker Jeweleb. vo. rare ST. JHEAXOTUAXU IP. O. Box 1020 iiiiiriii umt upowg m uwnwnwj t. RKIEiW i bGXCiES, $40.00 l N; i The .A " iW BCNGitS, 'QldtfWhaels taken as part payment also sold on Installments v fe $49:00 E. 0. HALL & SON, Lm Bicycle J)opartment, King- St., next V to Bulletin Office. Bargain Towels, Napkins, Table Damasks, Pillow Linen, Curtains arid Curtain. Goods.. ." Store Corner Fortniul Beretonin Sts., opp. fire Station.. i.u F V; . i For a few'days only we will-hold a1 Special Sale in the following lines Prices extra low lasts; 4 J)on't. miss5 Uiei barpiliui. ' s & . V ALBERT BLOM, Prop, IMKfllWlJPTiifc J'r '1 'SnENDIDiTONIC Is rccommeikifot)uik3 u: e.cwivAkscestpeiKtlKHtlre rweakamlbverwrife4,and prodiKe,wiml Ums SOLE AGENTS TERRITORY OF HAWAII, X" XX Tor -Sale bg Jill? Dealers. s I Shasta Water ! t THE GREATEST TABLE WATER ON EARTH I .'-.. Bottled at the Spiiyfra at the foot of tho famons Moant.. Shasta In California. X SHASTA WATER' and' SHASTA GINGER. ALE t Are healthful, invigorating drinks which nourish the system while .' T pleaaintf the palate. J ; W. C. Peacock & Go., Ltd f f ! i .n :: i,v. a, Jk - -i w '&. ar .4 -Jr, 1 - .S, 5. Vi-T -,. . rrht$ 'W"'.1' v.- ,'' .