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THE HONOLULU BEPUBUCAN, FRIDAT, XOYEMBEK 16, 1900.
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We are Just in Receipt
Comforters
Jlist in Time for the Gold Weather
Comforters.
Wc liavo tliem at all
prices. Our cheapest is
$1.50, we also have some
filled with down at 6.50
and a few beautiful silk
ones at
$14.00 and $15.00.
Pillows.
A good quality.
22x22 $1.25
lSxlS ;.. .75
14x14 50
Filled with Silk Floss
22x22 75
lSxlS 40
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Come and inspect them;
they are really good
values.
of a Handsome Line of
Shell Combs and Pins,
Hail Ornaments, Ete.
Also aXew Stock of Human Hair Goods or our
HairdressingDepartment
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These Goods are now on Display.
Miss M. E. Killean
Hotel Street, Arlington Block.
Woolen Blankets and
Blankets.
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$4.00. Buys a nice pair
white Woolen Blankets,
assorted color borders.
We have them to suit all
pocketbooks. Get a beauty
made in California for
$7.00.
Pincushions.
We have them, in all
sizes," small and large.
If you want to make one,
we have them as small
sizes as
4x4 inch.
The Genuine SGiiVen's
Seairi Drawers
See that ever drawer is marked "Scrivens.''
We claim that this drawer is far superior to anything
in the market.
75 . cents per pair or $8.50 dozen.
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City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager
Love Building, Noa. 534-536 : : : : Telephone
FOKT STKEET.
A new line of BABEES' CRIBS, CRADLES and CARRIAGES.
Parlor, Bedroom and Diuiug Furniture.
Special attention paid to Undertaking and Embalming.
WHIPS WHIPS WHIPS
Per S. S. Queen 75 dozen o
whips of all styles and grades
Prices from 25 cents to $10.
Dozen lots at reduced prices.
"We also received a full line
of Harness Supplies.
LINCOLN BLOCK.
TELEPHONE 96
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D. 0. HAMMAN.
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NO. 65, KING STREET
P.O. BOX '791
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READ THE REPUBLICAN, READTHE REPUBLICAN
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We SavMge & Co.
Real Estate
Agents
FOR SALE.
$3,500 House and lot on I.Hihx 3t
55x113; 6 room.
$5,000 House and lot on College 3t,
75x125; house contains 7 room.
j $5,000 Hook and lot on Alexander
SU 165X1SC
13,300 House and lot on Vineyard 3L,
75xS0.
$3.600 House and lot on Young St-,
60x143.
$5,500 House and lot on Young St
10 rooms. 50x140.
$200 House and lot at .KaHhi, 77j
X150.
$2,750 House and lot on Alapal St.,
good view.
$2,600 House and lot on Kinau SL.
50x100.
$1,000 Large lot at KalihL 77xl5a
S3200 House and lot at Kalihi, 155x
150.
$5,500 Business property on Fort St.,
47x9S.
SG.000 Lodging house in centtr at city.
$7,500 Investment at Kewalo; monthly
income $110.
$4,200 Leasehold on Beretania St.; 2
large stores; 20 years to run.
$7,500 Large lot with buildings on
Punchbowl St.; brings in $93
per month.
$5,000 House and large lot on Queen
street.
$1.400 Lot on Queen St, 50x100.
j $5,500 Large lot with 6 cottages;
t mnrvrhlv inonm Jl?.1;
I $1,250 Large lot at Kalihi, 105x103.
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S SC.aOO Elpznnt resirtpnre 22S ft frnnt
on Makiki St.
$5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near
Lunalilo" Home, 120x150; a
bargain.
$4,000 Leasehold on Beretania St; ,39
years to run; net income $90
per month.
900 Leasehold with building 011
Fort St; S years to run.
Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama;
all sizes and prices.
Lots on Austin Lane, Palama; all sizes
and prices.
Lots at Kunawai oft Liliha and Judd
Sts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from $575 up,
ing to location. ,
$4,000 Large warehouse' at Kewalo;
recently built
$4,000 Leasehold of city front lot on
Queen St, near Fish Market
wharf; 24 years to run.
A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama.
Possession given on the 1st of October.
TO LET.
. Three summer residences near city,
at Tantalus, Pearl City and Niu.
W.M. SAVIDGE & CO.
Real Estate Agent, 20G Merchant St.
J. E SCHNACK
Dealer in Real Estate,
223 Merchant St.
Offers Sale Lots in the Following
Tracts.
MAXOA HEIGHTS.
A few large choice lots with unequnled
view; terms easy; prireo from $1,730
to $2,000 per lot.
NUUANU TRACT.
Various lots GOxlOO feet at $230 to
S400 each, according to location ; terms
25 per lot down, balance in monthly
installments of $10 per lot each month.
NUUANU TRACT ADDITION.
JUST OPENED AND DIVIDED INTO
LAUGH LOTS of different sizes, which
' T trill 11 on ensv monthlv install
ments with a small cash payment down.
Thee lots are almost level and hae a
rich soil, producing anything anybody
may want to plant. They are only a
couple of hundred feet from Nunana
avenue and of easy access. A 'bus
rims to the premises. This is a rare
chance to set a .good home cheap.
NUTJANU VALLEY.
Five lots on lane just above the Queen
Emma premises.
'WAIKOAE.
Near.Kamehameha schot Is Three InsMc
lots on a 25 feet wide street on, easy
monthly installments: cheap.
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KALUAPALENA, KALIHI.
A larse lot with a fine view on a rood
f street; price $11200; term easy.
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A maguificAit large corner lot with fine
view in the choicest part of Kahili ;
half cash, balance at your own tenm.
This is a real bargain.
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KEWALO.
Four adjoiuinjr lots; aggregate arca.lOQx
200 feer; ui table loca'iou for warehouse;
cheap -for cat.
KAPALAMA.
A; large let on Kiay street.
FOR LEASE.
Ose aad one-third of an acre of laud
betwecaLiliha street and Insane Asylum
read, dose to K1l street;
roeai for a larje aastber of cot-
aite mi Mauakea street
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weitiqi wrnmn in
Punomalei
Keomuuku
Punahou (W.
Kulaokahua .
Kewalo (Kin:
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Meteorological Summary for 1
u Prepared by Curtis
J. Lyon.
Temperature mean for the month.
LANAI.
OAHU.
Utireau)
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.1400
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treet).... 15
Makiki Reservoir ir0
Kapiolani Park 10
Naval Sta., Hono. (20d).. 0
School Street oO
Insane Asylum 30
Nuuanu (W. W. Hall)... oO
Nuuanu (Wylie street).. 2-"0
Nuuanu (Electric Sration) 40T
Nuuanu (Luakaha) S50
Manoa (W. Dairy) 2STi
Maunawili .- 300
Pacific Heights 700
Kaneohe 100
Waimanalo . ... 2T
Ahuimanu ... ?jft
Kahuku 2."
Waipahu 200
Wahiawa 000
KAUAI. '
Lihue (Grove Farm) 200
Lihue (Kukawa) ." 1000
Lihue (Molokoa) 300
Keaiia . . x 15
Kilauea . . ....... . 325
Hanalei 10
Waiawa 32
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F.: normal. 7(13: average daily maximum.
S2.4 ; averare daily mntunacu 71.S r
averastf daily raase. 10.6: greatest daily
ran;. ID eerrees : least dally ranr. t
decrees: highest temperature. S7; Iowest.
t degrees.
Barometer avenue. 29-f0: s0rm.1L
0W corrected lor gravity by .Wf :
hLrbet. 30.11: lowest. V7S: greatest
"4-hour chance, .OS. The lowest came
a day or two before the torrential raia
of the Hkh. The storm of the ten days
folio wins was a high barometer storm.
probably the southwest side of a large
cyclonic disturbance.
Relative humidity. 71.0; normal. 7i.":
mean dew point. (Hi-O; norma!. Oi2: absolute
moNrure. JZi grains per cubic
foot, normal. 7.tW.
RainfalL flSS inches:- normal. 2.4G:
rain record days 23: normal. 19: greatest
rainfall in one da'. 2.GS: at Luakaha.
monthly rainfall. 2L1 ; in one day
CJKth). S.l."; Kapiolani Park, 2.12 for
the month.
Tlie artesian well level rose from 32.S5
to tJ3.lI) feet above mean sea level.
Trade wind days. 20 (U of N. N. E.) ;
normal number of trade wind days. 22.
Average force of wind. Beaufort M?nle. 27.
Cloudiness (tenths of sky), .".2; normal
floudiuss. 4-5.
Approximate percentages of district
rainfall a- compared with normal: IIHo.
ISO per cent: Ilamakua. 12o to 220:
170; Waimea l."0: Kona. 200:
Kau. :100; Puna. 200: Maui. 1.10 to 200:
Onbu. 150 to 400 ; Kauai, l.'rf) to 2T0.
Average temperature: Pepeekeo. Ililo.
100 feet elewition. mean maximum. M.4:
mean minimum. (S).O. Waimea. Hawaii.
2.730 feet elexation 77.3 and (WI.O.
feet eIeation. S4.1 and 77.1.
Kulaokahua (V. It. CatleM. (K) feet
elevation, Iiishet. S7: lowest. (: average.
Kilauea. Kauai. '.VSi feet ele
vation, average maximum. S0.0; average
minimum. 71.7.
Earthquakes noted: Ililo. 10th at 11
p. in.; Ililo and Pepeekeo. 12th at 3:4r
a. m. Thunder and lightning on Hawaii
on f)th. l.'ith. Kith and 17th; Oahu, irth
and 10th. Hail at Luakaha. Xutiatiu. on
10th.
s.
Heavy rains on the 0th, Hawaii and
Kauai : 0." inches in a few hours at
Kapaho. On the IStli. over the entire
group: at Ahuimanu. Oahu. 0.10 inches
in 24 hours.
CURTIS J. LYONS.
Territorial Meteorologist.
RAINFALL FOU OCTOBKIS,
(From Ileporf to Weather Bureai
HAWAII.
Stations. lllcv.
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Waiakea I oO
Ililo (town) 100
Kaumana '. . . . 12,"0
Pepeekeo . . '. 100
Hakalaii 200
Honohina . . .'.
Ookala 400
Kukaiau 2,"0
Paauilo 7."0
Paahau (.Aloore) 300
Paauhau (Greig) U."0
Honokaa (ilnir) 42.".
Kukuihaele 700
Niulii 200
Kohala (Parsonage) 3."0
Kohala (Mission) .' ."iSH
Kohala (Sugar Co) 234
Hawi 300
Havvi "000
Waimea 2720
Naalehu O."0
Honuapo 1."
Ililea '. 310
Volcano House 4000
Kaiwho 110
Pohoiki 10
Kalapana S
.MAUI.
Waiopae Ranch 700
Kaupo (Mokulau Coffee Co 2&
Kipahulu 300
Hamoa Plantation 00
Nahiku
Haiku 700
Rain
(In.)
10.37
1S.04
24.00
17.54
10.70
21.75
0.C2
S.05
0.73
5.01
0.00
5.17
0.13
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0.70
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7.00
5.03
4.2:;
0.00
5.32
5.10
12.07
15.3S
14.03
15.24
1.00
S.0S
0.20
S.01
11.IH
S.13
10.55
1.50
0.SS
7.07
5.4S
3.12
9.02
7.03
0.00
12.04
13.00
21Jil
15.74
9.1$
13.50
0.14
5.57
17.12
4.45
3.55
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Erehwou . L34
llaleakala ..... .. 1.53
Kafioho . . .......-...-.- .. UjOS
C. J LYOXS,
Meteorologist Goveroinent Surrev.
X. 15. Observers are requested to forward
their reports proasptlv at the entl of
each month, thai they may appear in the
published report 00 the 15th of the following
month.
At Home.
Cards bare beea issued by Mr, nd
Mrs. II. Alexander Iaenber? for an "at
home Monday even's next from half
past S to 11 o'clock to sieet Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Iseufeerj aad Mia Iwaberr. "
I IMUISTS AK ETWEE
TIE KM. Ml IEEP XI
Local-Liquor Ltvs oa Oa Hand
and Intermal Xcreaue
l&tiozis es the Other.
Lo.-al liquor !aw azd th tsteruil
reteaue laws are so far from identical
that a ;rreat deal of out of
asy efort os the part of a druj storn to
cater to the demaoi for akoboL The
ctatute prohibit the sale of clear
alcohol, but does not restrict th tal of
methylated spirits.
Now cone the internal revenue laws
of the United State, defining the eaixia;
of other ingredients with alcohol a
A reciifyer's licoo.e costs $100.
No drujrgist in the city -has such a license,
therefore the revenue department
is endin out the following communication
to H drurnts:
"Sction 324S of the ReriW Staratm
defines distilled, spirits, spirits alcohol
aad alcoholic spirit to be
hydrated oxide or ethyL or
spirit of wine ,r
"Evry person who shall by
mixing such spirits, wine, or other liquor
with any material", manufacture any
spurious imitation, or compound liquors
for sale under the name of whisky,
or any other name, i to
be reiarded a a rectifier and as bics
engaged in the business of rectifying."
"There being no prorision for tamping
spirits on the premises of retail liquor
dealers, they are not permitted to re
duce the proof of spirit by the addition
of water or otherwise."
' and the term rectified spirits
must be construed to covvr
all spirits included in the etatuts defini
tion."
The mixing of wood alcohol with spirits
constitutes rectification.
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Kihei Bo im Busted.
Yesterday the Kihei boom busted. It
seemed to fall of it own weight and the
people who had lately bought and sold
at an advance were congratulating themselves.
The tenth asement of 2' per
cent on the -tock became due .vesterday
and as a result there was more stock offering
than there were buyers for. The
stock, which sold during the first of the
week at $14 per share, was offered a
low as $13.."H) v estenla y,N and that with
the last paid. The assessable
stock sold .vesterday at $14 and eight
shares of the paid-up was sold for $15
a share. The assessable closed at $12.."0
bid and $13.."0 asked and the paid-up on
which there has not !een n- quotation until
jesterday for a long time, closed at
$14 bid and $17 asked.
HART & CO.
THE ELITE 1GE GREAM PARLORS
Fine ChScolates and Confections;
Ice Cream and Ices "Water.
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We have RE5IOED our
Hair Dressing and
Manicuring Parlors
To Alakea Street, next to Dr
Anderson's Office, opposite
1. M. C. A.
Orders taken for
SWITCHES, WIGS,
POMPADOTJB BOLLS, Etc
A full line of
HITMAN HAIR GOODS.
SCALP TREATMENT
A SPECIALTY.
Special care given to the
Cuticle.
Telephone
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HE. man that is content to
whisper down a well.
About the kind and quality
of goods he has to sell,
Will never make one-half as
many dollars
As he who climbs a tree and
"HOLLERS."
IL ABOUT THE MCE
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1 M ENBURD BAKERY
Serves every morning and noon in its
cool Lanai, and which only a first-
class Bakery could afford to furnish
at the price. Booms reserved for
ladies.
We make up lunches, also cold sliced
ham, cheese and sardine sandwiches,
In any quantities, for basket picnics.
Km EigtMi laktry
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Hotel
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I. S. Sacbs Dit Goods Co.
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LIMITED.
JOBBERS
RET7JILER5
70XJ CAN INVARIABLY BUT FROM "US, A
single yard or Article at less than Wholesale
prices. There is certainly no one store, or combination
of stores, can quote prices that we cannot
match and oftimes go one better. All that we
ask is, that the Ladies Examine Our
STOCK-:-
We have sufficient confidence in the Styles
and Qualities of Our Wares to know that it is utterly
impossible to match them, let alone beat
them.
We have some genuine surprises in values in
Every Department
I. S. SaA DrjMs Co, Ltd
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IPHiETONS
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BUGGIES
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
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