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$ x- Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street :5EE OUR Muslin Underwear Sale WE twtre jnt opened 3 case of Muslin Underwear for Ladies, Mistes, and Cbildivn. These goods were bought from one of the largest Eastern manufacturers at special low prices. See our window display. have just opened 1 case of Men's Umbrellas Paraxon Frame, steel rod, 28 in bilk, for $1.25. This is the best value over oifered. Ladies' 26 inch Silk Umbrellas from $1.25 up. All the better grade?. Silks, heavy quality, in all TAFFETA Special at 85 cents. Ladies' Wrappers- Im J ames Sheridan PIANO TUNER PORT V years practice. Reference if itfired. All kiudb of lusical Tuuetl and Repaired. (H mob With the Hnwiviiau Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 170 to ISO S. KiiiK Street, Lincoln Block. I'lioue MAIN 'lib. ltoidou Occidental Hotel. Tlioue The Union Express Co., Office with Evening0Bulletin. ziO King Street -:- -:- Telephone SG. We move safes, pianos and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. We meet all incoming coast steamers, we check bagtfige on all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. 10S KING STREET. G. J. - Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARBISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ! Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOCKS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to S. SUNDAYS: 9 to 11. Telephone C02. 5 Astor House Restaurant Corner King 5: Alskca Streets. Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail AH CHUCK. Proprietor. WINDOW DISPLAY:- i - Ladles' Shirt UlE are now offering 1 for a few days special low prices in Wrappers. Our Percale Shirt Waists for $1.50 Cannot be Duplicated wit fc'ftT' "l v3 IfPr All better grades j! Boys' Clothing- WE are now showing a complete line of Wash Suits, "Blue Serges, English ; Tweeds in small checks. Boys' Pants, in serges, all wool Knee Pants in tweeds for I 75 cents a pair. Every garment we guarantee; money cheerfully returned if yon are not 100 PIECES of Japanese Silk in every shade and color. 45 cents a'yard. y . - gj. w r v - - , ..-v;.' 'y-Mv v. n - v THE HOXOLULTf BEPUBETCAy, SATfcRfiLT, XOVEHBEB, IT, 1900. - 1 (THE UNION ENGINE) 4 Sole Agents: THE B AILEY'S ITS IKE Bicycle Repairing Our Specialty. We are the pioneers in that line in Ilouohilu and carry a very large line of parts for repairs, ow is the time to bave your wheel overhauled and put in good shape; during this wet s,pell you can s-pare it for a few days. Have the frame enameled. We can do you a job equal to factory work in appearance and far more durable than the average factory jbb. A pair of new pedals will add to the appearance of the wheel 2o per cent: cost but ?l.o0 upwards. Lamps from $1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price. &GAS LAHPS REDUCED IN PRICE . . . S3.5Q Lamps gS.OO Each, to Clear. Sole Agents Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires. BAILEY'S HONOLULU GYGLERY The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to Alakea Street,1 Makai Merchant. - BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FIaTURESi On and after August 9, all Electric Fixtures J and Shades now instock SACRIFICE to make room for shipment to arrive per "Andrew Welch." JlJIJlllllliriJUIIIirnrrr I irfK" Waisfs - ! are closing WE out all our La dies' Shirt Waists. We carry the DERBY WAIST j This is the most ! Waist ! P r i c es are to make a clean sweep All 'our 75c and $1.00 Waists, 50c All our f 125 and 1 .5 0 Waists at $1.00. reduced MineMnes AND HOISTS For ail Kinds of Work (IND AND 2IAKINE) Running Pumps, Dynamos and Machinery VOX HAM YOUNG GO. LTD. m Telephone 398 : P. 0. Box 441 v; 5h 227, 229 and 231 CO., Ltd. King Street- jj V a y $ X it jj J$ will be sold at a GREAT X ; ' . IE ffNID CMTUCT WITH JOU C01PUT Superintendent Atkin- son Favors the Five Year Proposal. COPY OF LETTER AND A6REEMENT ATTOB2TEY GENERAL DOLE TO PBEPABS OPINION ON SUBJECT. Board of Education Desires to Go Out of School Book Business as Scon 35 Possible. The proposal of the American Book company to supply all of the hoots for! the c!iools of Hawaii for the next five rsars fs ndw in the hanl of General Dole for an opinion upon the le-. jrality of such proposed action. The matter came up at the last board of education meeting and was fully developinc stron? opiosition upon J iuriunm;i.iiu ii- .-i.-.... were out .viaiau i. snprintendent of schools and I chairman of the board, favors the -con tract. 'Mv reason for desirinz to make this contrart," said Mr. Atkinson yesterday. is fiit to cet rid of the Iook business 1 in the board of elucation, which no other aJ lie oniemj throuh the American loanl ensace in. and. second, to have j rook Compauy. and the said American looks sold at list prices to the pupil . I?ook Company will purchase and furnish in the Hawaiian schooR By no other j sUl.u llooks t0 tlle j, Lo;in 0f than' a contract can this ' i tion at the actual cost price of the same nnnlutil Tn "ivo lltl thp hook bnslnCS5 . ?. .1. . r.i t : and have no authority over the sales, would leave the community in a i ... i. Al,nHA.l l.t.lm. tlitn nro nntt ? lu le VUillni iiiiiui jii..o ni.... m. -v.. nail!. It is the duty of the superintend- j .l I- .! il. ot 1 eut of schools and the ; education to protect the public to the. utmost." I Mr. Atkinson lias kindly furnished The Iiepunlicau witn a copy 01 uie auu contract of the look trust, which appears below : 4 Honolulu. H. T Xov. 15. 1000. To the Honorable Board of Education of the Territory of Hawaii : Ladies and Gentlemen Wherea the contract now existing between the Territory of Hawaii and the American Book Company will expire on the 14th day of February next, and whereas the territory now has a larce stock of books on hand amounting to about ?0.000. and it has been stated that your honorable board is desirous of disposing of the handling of said books, and place same in the hands of the dealers: now, therefore, we propose as follows: We will take from the territory all of the stock of !ooks now on hand, allowing you cost prices for same, and wewill ere ate a depository in the city of Honolulu mat .win carr.j .i -ii- "- books winch may be required lor use in it.. ..1.1tn nnl.nAlr ,,' hn fnrritnrr lilt? mil ii if v. iv- iwwtv.. We further agree to supply said ixoks from our publications, and hae them sold to the school districts, or pupils, or other purchasers of the territory as they are-now supplied by your honorable board. We also agree that the prices shall be maintained and shall neer exceed that of contract rates. That our honorable board will have the privilege, at any tiny, to select any liooks from our catalogue that they may wish to have used in tl public schools of the territory. We will aNo agree to give you a special edition of a Geography with a special supplement for the, territory, the same to be compiled and written by some party or parties !n the territory who may be hereafter agreed uiKn. and we to pay the expense of having said work done. Provided, howeier That we shall enter into a new contract with your honorable board for five (o) j ears or more as you may desisnate. Some of the books that you now hae in use may be desirable to continue in use in the public schools. I would sucgest. however, that it might be well to displace others with some of our more recent and modern publications. The children in the public schools of Hawaii, at the present time and for the past five years, been purchasing their liooks at the price that the same books are -supplied to the public school children in ew lork. Boston. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia. Chicago. San Francisco and all other parts of the United States. We agree that in case of any reduction in list prices should be made at any time that the Territory of Hawaii shall have the fun benefit of the same. As you are aware, we publish a very extensive list of school and college text books; our list being in the neighborhood of 4.000 titles, including every class of books than can be desired for use in any or all grades of schools. Should yon. however require at any time any book? for use ia hizh or normal schools and not published by us. we will supply the same at cost price. Most respectfully submitted. AMERICAN BOOK COMPANT. By A. F. Grxjr. Attorney in Fact. Copy of Original Contract This agreement, made this 14th day of t truitiiij ,wi. xj ju v .tut the Board, of Education, a bureau of the Hawaiian sovermnent having corporate powers, party of the first parr, awl the iioration. harinc its "hlef place of ness ia New York City, of the United mates, jparty oi uie secwau iru eth: That it is agreed by and between the parties hereto that the said American Sock Cominy all U scd ? to the said Board of Education certain sctool to be ordered by said Board of Edu- (cation, as soon as may be nfter the esecn tlon hereof, to the amount of SoSlOSS. and that the said" American Book Cost- panyv shall and will receive in full pay- books now held by the said Board of Education of the value of $0.1SO51. a inventoried by it. together, with $24243 cash. i It is likawise anettJ betweea the par ties that; in coasideratioR of the. aforesaid. the raid Board of EHocanoa wall, dartaf t& fiv T" " lowl. the exe - tmn narcsase frosa th sH Aiserkan Book Cospany from hsaed by it. aU oC tie books required! ia tie pTnnsat schools of tae Hawaiian Islands. ri r AfTtta Bolt Coapaajv in of the aforesaid, bere&rt covenant -ad azures 'that dcricx tee nk tnn of are rears. ad after the completion Xif tie pcrchas and excfcaaze of tk above mentioned, it shall and.. wilt jell and ship to the Board of Education of Hawaii cch school book a it mar reanire for the Hawaiian school, if hin the City of w York at a da-count of twenty-five pr cent of its lit pnew. or if in San Francisco, at a discount of fifteen per cent from nch list prices. ch place of to be at the option of said Board of Education. It likewise agreed that durin? the whole of said term of five years the price of books to be furnished to the said iJoard of Education shall not be or made higher than at the date of the execntion hereof. Such price are. for th of thi agreement, the same a shown in a certain cata!oue or price marked "Exhibit XT and niade a part of thi contract. And that in cae of any reduction in such list price in the United States, the aid Board of Education shall have th full lnefit and advantage of all such reduction in all purchases made thereafter. And it i further provided that such prices .-.hall in no case exceed the price of book? of the same grade and quality that may be published by any Oilier piIDUSlUU" UOUSC in IQt I. UIICU estates. And it is likewise azreed between the parties hereto that if any books above the grammar grades, which are not by the American Book Company, shall be required for the ue of any of ttm rmlilin vlionls of Hawaii, such liooks , n.;tne. thereof the said parties ,jave canel tie attachment hereto of the .,,-, rtr ilik cw nnn tt Ki iimrinn and fhe Amcr;can Book .Company by . . , Jv anthorized asents and . th ,,.. nd VMr flrst afore. pa!u r::n vvn ir.FYAVnER. ---. -- '4.I11.1I -" -' Prevalent of the Board of Education. THE AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY. By A. F. Gr.vx. General Agent and Attorney in Fact. Witness: W. It. Castle. Kodak Finishing. In the short time they have been in the business King Bros, have earned an enviable reputation in the finishing of kodak work. To Mr. Cal Melvin, who has charge of this department, i due the credit of this success, on account of his skill and careful attention to every detail. It makes all the difference in the world whether care is taken to print u. negative accordins to its merits or not. Many good films are lost through care- isues. ' ...... ,. ii , "- .". ui. wm. .--. "v. - m view of the result The best results are obtained when Mr. Melvin develops as well as prints your films. KING BBOS.. 110 Hotel St. A Great Medicine. "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and find it to be a great medicine,'' says Mr. E. S. Phipps of Poteau Ark. "It cured me of bloody flux. I cannot speak too highly of it." This remedy always wins the sood opinion, if not praise, of those who use it. The quick cures which it effects even in the most severe cases make it a favorite everywhere. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, Territory of Hawaii. Pantheon Shaving Mrs.D. W. Itoach. Parlor C.A.l!ldllngpr. Hotel Street, Sear Fort. RE.OPENED HOT -BATHS- COLD BISHOP or CO., SAVINS BANK Office at banking building on Mer chant street. Savings Deposits will be received and interest allowed by this Bank at 4j per cent, per annum. Printed copies of the Ku es and Regulations may oe obtained on application. BISHOP & CO. R. W. ATKINSON Boom 11, Magoou Block, Merchant St. IdfErtisiBg aid Csniral lftit SELECT EMPLOYMENT ORF"! CE Stenoffrahtere Typewriters HELP Office uierKs HELP Cashiers Bookkeepers TTFEf 1ITEI EUIUIE A. CO W15lUater j . . mMu. ) House avdBooau PHf ";. rn orTatwal ' .HONOLULU, OCTOBER 37th, 1900. We tHave This Day Appointed E. 0. HALL & SON Ltd. Sole Agents for the Territory of Hawaii For Cleveland Bicycles AMERICAS BICYCLE COMPANY. Cleveland Sales Dept., Per R. C. LEXXIE. 1 Shipments of Men's and Ladies CLEVELAND Bicycles with an assortment of extra-parts were received by us per Zealandia and Qneeu. The Cleveland is a cood bicycle. E. O. HlUiU & KISG STREET, atn SOH, Sole Rgts. PER S: S. DORIC We received n new line of Silks, Table GoVers, Doilies, Pajamas, Kimonas, LaGUer and flrntimony Ware of the latest patterns. We invite you to inspect the coods whether you purchase or not ASADA & CO., Hotel St. BARGAINS! HLL SILK GRENHDINE Fine patterns; $2.50 and up per yard. SILK HND WOOL CREPON S5c. and up per yard NOTTINCHHM LftGE CURTHINS for 50c. and up per pair. LHDIES' SHOULDER CHPES A full line at $5.00 and up. These goods nre nil imported from England. The Bargain Store ALBERT BLOM, Proprietor Opposite the Fire Station Fort and Beretanin Streets HOXOLULTJ. ' IT-" BARGAINS!! FOR WEEK Co., Ltd. FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF MERCHANDISE. v MERCHANTS. AGENTS FOR Steamship Line, Marine Insurance Co. (Fire and Life). Railway Co. Line of Packets from Liverpool. COHlPMtf. Mattresses Sag? V make them a3 good as new at a very small cost. ' - Drug Cc Factory, Young St. The Republ Tiieo. H. Davies SUGAR GENERAL COMMISSION Canadian-Australian Lloyds, British & Foreign Northern Assurance Co. Canadian Pacific Pioneer 3-T- r Do Your If so bring them to as; we can OFFICE Honolulu FACTORY Old Ice Soljscrilre for , . . a. . 4.11 MS . -. r ,2 MTK.l , kft . i v5. A "SJ- v.."l:-at ,t? i- i .,.- . - v "rsyw -U fc.