Newspaper Page Text
Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street : CHRISTMAS GOODS T I jTE HAVE jost opened the most complete stock of Christmas Goods, comprising fall lines lf of every description of Toys for Boys and Girls; many nsefal articles for the little ones. Oar stock of Holiday Goods; consisting of the most useful articles for Holiday Presents tot Ladies and Gentlemen is now ready for inspection. Oar prices no doabt yoa will find the lowest; we can convince yon if you desire to call. We carry no old, left-over stock. Everything up-to-date, purchased direct fron the manufacturers for spot cash, therefore our prices, you will see at once, are right. We like to call particular attention that ve have thousands of articles for you to select from, no two alike. Dry Goods Department Ladies' Black Silk Waists We are now showing elegant lines of. Silk and .Satin Black Waists in the very latest styles. Just the thing for this season. .... I., i i i Ladies' Muslin Underwear If yon are interested in that line we can give yoa better values and more reliable goods than you can lind anywhere. Have you seen our $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. $1.75 and $2.00 Ladies' Muslin Skirts with embroidery or lineu lace ? Our stock in finer grades of skirts is bo complete that we can please yoa in price and style. Ladies' Night Gowns We carry 80 sU ies, from the cheapest up to the finest graiico. Children's Dresses, Infants' Caps I . K. Uetfars, in white, all sizes. Hew Styles of Hats for Girls Infants' Complete Outfits Ladies' Underwear Excellent values at 12 y,c. ' " " lGc. " " " 25cT Heal Lisle Vests, speeoial at 25c. Silk Vests, special at 50c. Real Feather Cushions, fuh weight 1G inch, 60c, IS inch, 75c, 20 inch, $1, 22 inch, $1.25, 24 inch, $1.50. James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FOKTV years practice. Befereuces if dosirod. All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and Bepairod. Omc"B With the Hawaiian Iron Fouce and Monumental Co. 17G to ISO S. Kiusr Street, Lincoln Block. 1'houe MAIN 27S. Besidcnce Occidental Hotel. Phone G5i. The Union Express Go., Office with EveninglBulletin. uO King Street -:- Telephone 86. We move sares, piauos and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. Wo meet nil incoming coast steamers, we check baggage on all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. I0S KING STREET. G. J. WALLER, - Manage--. Wholesale nud Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to S. SUNDAYS; 9 to 11. Telephone 002. Mor House Restaurant Corner King 5: Alskca Streets. Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail V, 'l AH CHUCK. Proprietor. 8 i I s I B W Hosiery, Hosiery Just received a complete stock of .Hosiery. Special values: Ladie' Fast Bhvk Hose, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c Complete stock Lisle Thread Hosiery Tor Ladies. Misses and Children. Special sale Children's Hose, size o to 8, 10c. and 12 c. a rair. Blanket Sale . Fifty pairs of white, all wool, California blankets at $3.50 a pair regular $4.25 values". Window Curtains Portieres, Table Covers .Tnst onetii d.o cases up-to-date stuff. Xo better assortment can be seen anywhere. Sash Curtains The latest styles of material, and see them. Please call. Boys1 Clothing DEPARTMENT ar "You fumlMi the boy. We It sujiply hlb clothing Our Boys Washable Suits have given us the leadership in this line. Colors absolutely fast. Oar Boys' Wash Suits at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 are far superior to anything shown elsewhere. Just one look at them will convince you that they are the best make you ever saw. No harm to see them; drop in when you are passing. ujiidiuua aim mdUHincij xw:ifr - .'rit f - Gasoline Enines Bicycle Repairing Oup Specialty. We are the pioneers in that line in Honolulu and carry a very large line of parts for repairs. Now is the time to have your wheel overhauled and put in good shape; during: this wet spell you can spare it for a few days, nave the frame enameled. We can do you w a job equal to factory work in appearance and far more durable 0 than the average factory job. A pair of new pedals will add to the (& appearance of the wheel 25 per cent; cost but $1.50 upwards. n Lamps from $1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price. i GAS LAHPS REDUCED IN PRICE ... Q S3.5Q Lamps S2.QO Each, to Clear. u ooic sigems lvuiwauKCC runciurc rrooi iires. ij BAILEY'S HONOLULU GYGLERY CO., Ltd. "WZ?1 fc The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to Alakea Street, Makai Merchant. BARGAINS ii ELECTRIC FIXTURES. On and after August 9, all Electric Fixtures and Shades now injstock will be sold at a GREAT SACRIFICE to make room for shipment to arrive per "Andrew Welch." )NMIMMMMNMtMMN(NMMMMMMMN i aot HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MABINE) Running Pumps, nilHAritfin A MM UMAMIMftml (THE UNION ENGINE) . Sole Agents: THE TOX IIA3I3I YOUNG CO. LTD. & AILEY'S IKE ITS ; Telephone 398 P. 0. Box 441 o 4 If i- ! : : 'i' : : : LADIES you can get the latest styles in Hair Dressing at our PHRLORS We can give you any style you wish in MANICURING The care of the SCHLP is our specialty Our Hair Tonic will prevent the hair falling out and is a sure cure for dandruff. The Misses Oe Lartipe 1085 Alakea Street Bear of Dr. Anderson's office ,H, T , j Y THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER, 21, 1900. ivspectox buxkstx moxe. IT AT.ATtlfa SPAIK. Jteturus to School Duties After a Two XosthV Vacation. ad Mrs. J. K. Burkett of Kbkfci 'Kauai, who visiting oa tic f mainland for two months put, retursoi oa the Zealandix. Mr. inrkett. who wa for twenty-four vrs .principal o the school at Koloa. is m one of the &ooI iuswviore for the territory, harinr tie island. of Kauai and Oahu under hi Mr. ami Mrs. Bcrkett left for Kauai oa the steamer W. G. Hall last nijrht, where Mr. Burkett will busy until the first of the year inspecting the xrhoote of that ilaaL Following hi-work there he will return to Hoaolalu and until will devote his time to the schools on this island. While away Mr. Burkett was as fir eat as Chicago. lie says that wherever he went he found a stronz sentiment in favor of the re-election of McKiniey. lut he- did cot expect such a larse majority for the republican ticket as wis ?iven. In Xe! Tasks, where Mr. and Mrs. Burnett spent of their time, the content was very warm and the republicans were hopeful of earryin? the state, yet Mr. Burkett believes that the result was ahead of their most expectations. He believes that the country will continue to enjoy unbounded properitv under the administration of President McKinley. The Territory's Book Deal. Attorney General Dole rendered an opinion Monday, holdinz that a contract for school hooks between the board of education and Mr. Gunn of the American Book Company would not be binding on the board's official successor. Accord-ins to the attorney seneral's opinion, the board must remain in the look business. A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's Life Mr. II. H. Black, the well known village blacksmith at Grahamsville, Sullivan countv. X. Y.. savs : "Oar little son. Geo. A. Martin Fashionable Tailor Koom 3 Elite Bldg HOTEL STREET. WlpaDie!! Great in result!!! Is the CARBON PAPER that the 'Hawaiian News Co. Lt'd., is distributing samples of. R large stock of same received by the . rerley HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. UMITED. , Son-Arrival, of Delegates to Congress. MADRID Nov. 10. Many of the d!e- rates to the Cbarre havy cot yet arrived here. Cob and Porto Rico ar? t represented althoush private corporations have sear deltrates. The of isany of the delegate has iaspiivd fear that the lv a Tht Liberal sounds a note of alarm and orsws the coosress to work earnestly to secure the unity of .til the Laths people of America, adding: "For if the labors of the congress are abortive the result will be to the advantage of the United States." a ADVERTISED LETTERS. Uncalled for letters rernatnin? in the postoffice up to November 11: Gen fieri en's Lht. Austin. C J Anson. John Andrew. Henry Andrews. R K Batt. J B Banks. J E Itaecker, A Barnhart, Mr Behnaan. H B'.ackbonrn, F Boyd. Bobert M Brown, Janice Brown. Frank Brady. Andrew Brown. George N" Burt. John Butler. Harry B.iTne. Byrne, J J Caum, John W Camplell. John F Ctrroll. II Clark. Jno Clarke, F F Conklin. Elwin Cook. John J Condon. Jlr Cockett. Patriek 'Conradt. L Davi Peter ,, , , L .... Mr o years oiu, nas always ueen sumect 10 i . ... T , ! P-H"n. John croup, and so bad have the attacks been that we have feared many times that lie would die. We have had the doctor and used many medicines, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symtoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is -cured before it gets settled." There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult. For sale by Benson. Smith & Co., general agents. Territory of Hawaii. Pouslas. C C DtiboK Fetfr F Erkhart. Max Eclw. Chas W Ilenry Ei-tell. Thomas H-ser. Charlie Tair. .Tame: F Fair. George Tulton. Gordon Gay. Arthur Gnrriock. Cnpt A German. I B Gear M Gibson. .Tack Gildea, C A Graham, W F Gregory. Walter II Ilalverson. C . Ilartman. JI L Hawley. George Ileydtman. A W Hewitt. Georse C Heina. Mr (2) A Uolt. E Howe. George E rioudi. Earl B Iloppels J Hor-will. C A Howard. James v Hushes. H P Ilughes, Tho- II Hunter. John .Tames, .7 K .Tacobspn. E A Jordan. William Johnson. David Johnson. T O Kearns. Ralph ICeinie. Ernest Kin?. E F Kinney. Itowell "Knos. Mr riw Henry rangeheim. E Lnserstroin. C (15) I.evern. Frank Lewis. Edwanl T.ewis. E Ij Lennox. J r.ieenfius. C O Ijjwell. John Love. James II rjunins. J H Lvcett." Ja Mainland. Harry Manasseh. Abe K M'anasseh. H Mnrtinen A PACKAGES!. Moore. Herbert Shunk. Geo W" Ladies' irindoic. Austin. Mrs C Mil!r. Mrs h Brown. Mrs C II Morrison. Mr E Burdick. Miss M J.Moller, Mr E Burman. Mis S Miles. Mrs J Birdy. Mrs P Currie Mrs D arlOH. Mrs E Collins. Mrs C W Campbell, Mis M Maa. Sam Merritr. W C Milter. Cart Miller. Harry Mitchell. J X Minton. W Moore. J S Moore. .7 G Morcnn. .1 A (2) Murbella. I. F Muller. G Murphy. Ed Mcfolsan. It McCIellan. A J McLain John McWillinms. John Xevin. J l2) Norton. C 7 Xott. James Xott. T North. Henry F I'aico. Benj Pierre. S K (2) Rabe. R (2) Ilaneoon i Bir- mab. Mr Rfir, Morris G W (3) Reni&h. Georce tento'i. Henrj' K Ilittenhouse C I Rhode-. II G (2) Riehsrkon. J tiohijrloii. IJiort'an. Jack Roy. Clia- I Roye. E P Royce. ('eo F Rr,thwell. J V. Rvan. M Savnse. Joseph Sehleinmer. Max Shipping Co.. S. J Shahan. Paniel n lmnk. Georce Shunk. Geo W Simerson. W K Simins. Mr ?mith. Frank M Smith. C W Smith. C II mitli. V Smith. Harry Snitbies. 1 W Smithie Mas T Spencer John Steward W J Talrtowitli. II Thornhill. W II (2 Thompson. .7 E Tople. Prince L T.irner. L Turner. L T Vcndall. .7 M Vpttlewi. Love )l Vincrnr. Thos E V.-.n Dora, E Warner. L C Walker. Mr AVanabaka. Uele Wndilourne Joy Wanl. fi.x) E Weisl)ein. Jacob Wentwortb. II B WiK Wra I White. Arthur White. Alen (2) Willseroth. II Withers. W .7 Williams. E A William. Ed Williams. O K Winn. W II Wilson. E J Wolte Mr Wohler. J Wood. Hrary Wricht. Jas X Wricht. H II Wriglit. Henry More. .Mrs E M McDowall. Mrs A Meliin. Mrs M MeCorriston, Miss F Cameron. Miss L GMcArtlle. Mrs L Chambers. Mrs J McCann. .Airs M Channel. Mis M AOldin? Mrs ' Couton. Miss Piper. Miss E Davis. Mis Ponlson. Mrs A Daffy. Mrs E Pall. Mrs F S- Dcffy. Mr E D Phillip. Mis S rower, Mrs Jas A Peterson. Miss E Dower, Miss Lucy I Richardson. Miss Iarlin?er. Miss S Roick. Mrs J Davis. Miss M Mrs .7 Haris Mrs S Dunhar. MrsvE Elierfcorn. Miss M E'iis. Mis A Frasor. Miss M-Florentine. Mrs Goslin. Miss G Hind. Mis V Hiram. Mrs II 7csett. Mrs P A 7arretr. Mrs W Krneser. Miss S Kimball. Mrs H Kanble. Miss M Kinr. Mrs J A Knight- Mrs F S EowelL Miss I Ijowd, Miss Ida Law. Mis Lula Meek, Irs 11 Scheuermann. Mrs Jacob Sowback. Mrs Sullivan. Mr K if" Sullenbenr. Mr? O Sumner. Mrs W Stewart Mrs C Smith. Mr W XT Tackaberry, Mis? 7 Ihompon Rebecca Townspnd, 3Ir? Ill: Tbrbert. 3Irs C Janes. Miss M D (2Teliis. Mrs f Tullrman. Mrs J Fcsworth. Mrs J Walker. Mrs L M Walker. Mrs W G Waterman. Mrs .7 Wheeler. Miss Wood. Mrs E W Warner. Miss L Winter. Mrs J W PACKAGES. Dower. Miss I I Carlson. Miss E PI ask for "Jfrer.fi tetter." JOS. M. OAT. Postmaster. K HONOLULU, OCTOBER 37th. 1900. We Have This Day Appointed " E. O. HALL & 50N, Ltd. Sole Agents for the Territory nf Hawaii For Cleveland Bicycles AMERICAN BICYCLE COMPANY. Cleveland Sales Deptl. Per R. C. LENNIE. Shipments of Men's and Ladies CLEVELAND Bicycles with an assortment of extra parts were received by us per Zealaudia and Queen. The Cleveland is n sood bicvcle. E. 6. HAliLi & SOH, Sole flgts. IOXG STREET, HONOLULU. - PER S. S. DORIC ' We received a new line of SilKs, Table GoVefs, Doilies, Pajarrias, Kiniorjas, UaGUer and ftntiniony Ware of the latest patterns. We invite yon to inspect these goods whether you purchase or not ASADA & CO., Hotel St. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! FOR THIS WEEK HLL SILK GRENHDINE Fine patterns; S2.50 and up per yard- SILK HND WOOL CREPON 85c. and up per yard- NOTTINCHHM LHCE CURT7UNS for 50c. and up per pair. CHDIES' SHOULDER C7CPES A full line at $5.00 and up- Thee goods are all imported from England. The Bargain Store ALBERT BLOM, Proprietor Opposite the Fire Station Fort unci Beretauin Stretfcrt Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd, SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AGEXTS FOR Canadian-Australian Steamship Lino,, Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool Do Your Mattresses Sag? If so bring them, to us; we can make them as good as new at a very small cost. OFFICE Honolulu Drug Co. t FACTORY Old Tee Factory, Youns St. Subscribe for The Republican -- w . t ' 3f V - rfT n--. 1 - - -.