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3 1 LLVCOIiN. BLOCK. TELEPHONE 96 ilMfc I JfHUES wr5TnES TOT V Cj3JIJi'CE AHE WHAT-YOU ABE 1FTEB We can satisfy you in oar new stock of FALL MILLINERY As we bare the latest Parisian Styles. We cordially, invite all the ladles of Honolulu to call and inspect oar goods. Miss M. E. Klllean Hotel Street, ArlinRton Block. Woolen Blankets and 92 Comforters Just In Time for the Gold Weather Comforters. We have them ' a. 1 prices. Our cheapest is SI. 50, we also have some lillcd with down at $6.50 and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. Pillows. A good quality. 22x22 Sl.25 lSxlS ' 75 Hxlfl 50 Filled with Silk Floss ooxoo 75 lSxlS 40 Livid On Come and inspect them; they are really good values. "1" -JL ,. , , Blankets. $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 tiG Seam Diavvers I See that every drawer is marked "Scrivens." We claim that this drawer is far superior to anything i in tne marivui. 75 cents per pair or $8.50 dozen. City Furniture Store H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager Love Building, Nos. 534-536 : : : : Telephone FORT- STREET. A new line of BABIES' ORIBS, CRADLES and CARRIAGES. F&rlor, Bedroom and Dining 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. D. 0. HAMMAN. 13 846 NO. 639, KING STREET P. O. BOX 791 READ THE REPUBLICAN, READ THE REPUBLICAN S 8 a I I I I , HIS APPLICATION IS PROMPTLY DENIED Lobenstein Attempts a Proceeding- to Oust Wilcox. JUDGE HUMPHREYS RULES IT OUT f CONTENDS THAT THE ELEC i TION "WAS BY LAW. Says Delegate-Elect Has Usurped the Office Asks for an Order to Show Cause of Action. A. B. Loebenstein yesterday made an ineffectual attempt to institute against i Robert Wilcox aa order to show cause ;hy he should not be ousted from the '& of territorial delegate to congress. i Ki his attorney, George A. Davis, he a -!l-red before Circuit .Tudse Humphreys .and made an application for the ord:r. i It was promptly denied by the judse. Mr. Davis appear! in court at the opris.E of the morning session. pair .in hand, lie- to address the ;urt. .Tudce Humphreys refusal to ibwir him. savin;: t.at it was not it court hut a ess ?o be lienrd in X brs. ?.Ir. Davis reminded the judce U j that he had to hear the matter uesterday at 10 o'clock. The court then H ;conjtranded the bailiff to announce that J? , the judse was now sitting in chambers. .This :d not take Ions and the rutccd hi seat and Mr. Davis offered his application. "The application is denied" said the jud;e quickly, and that settled the matter. The court went into session again and the paper with the denial was placed on file. Mr. Loebenstein's application recite tlmr nti nlAftnn tin hold X"rvuTlif f! fi ? a delegate to the and Fif seventh concre; that Loebenstcin is a citizen of the United States and :tn elector of the Territory of Hawaii: that at the election Wilcox received the number of votes and on the 12:h and 20th of this month and divers other times he has claimed the office and usurped it in fact. Loebenstcin avers that he verily believes that neither th- Orcanie Act nor any law- of the Fnited States authorized the holding of an election for either office. He says Wilcox claims the office without any legal warrant, richt or authority whatsoever. He holds that such pretense is azainst the dicnity of the territory and acts to its great damage and prejudice. The relator and complainant prays that the consideration of the supreme court b hal in the premises and by a due process of law a decree may be awarded azainst Wilcox to compel him to make anwcr and show by what authority he claims the office. The application concludes as follows : "That said election for delegate to the houc of representatives of the United States of America so held on the Gth day of November, A. D. 11)00. in this territory was held contrary to law and aid relator and complainant alleges and says that said election is null and void. "And said complainant and relator therefore petitions and prays that an order may be issued by your honor, the i Honorable A. S. Humphreys. First cir cuit judce. srantins leave to file this information and demand judgment: (11 That said election for delegate to the house of ipreseiitativos so held as set forth in the foregoing information be declared null and void. (2) That said defendant. Kobert AV. Wilcox. te adjudged not to bo entitled to said office of delegate to the house of representatives and that he be ousted therefrom by the " cour judgment of tlits, honoraMe -4- TWO CHINESE DEPORTED. Chun Hoy and Lau Sine Sail on the Hongkong1 Maru. The first Chinese men to be actually deported from Honolulu sailcl yesterday. Deputy United States Marshal E. U. Hendry took Chun Hoy and Lau King, put them on board the Hongkong Maru. and now they are speeding on their way to the Flowery Kingdom. These Chine-e were recently ordered deported by Federal Judge Kstee. During the interim after the issuauce of the order the authorities exiected new technicalities to be rushed into. court and yesterday afternoon did they expect the attorneys in the case to" offer a writ that might come in so short a time before the hour of sailing a to prevent the Chinese from being "taken aboard. Nothing of the kind occurred, however. The two Chinese, were loaded into tl patrol wagon, taken to the steamer and put aboard without objectiou. legal or otherwise. Yap Keau. a Chinese girl who went on the Coptic upon the last sailing of that vessel, was the first of either sex to be deported. News of the Courts, Mrs. Rosa, a decrepit Portuguese wo man, was yesterday arrested uiMn n bench warrant for failing to respond t0 a summons as a witnefe in the Miner divorce case. Judge Humphreys permitted her to go upon her payment of the attachment fee. Mrs. Kaimimaiwai Kana of Kahahm Koolattpoko yesterday filed a petition for letters of the estate of Manuahi a deceased Hawaiian woman. Th petitioner was a niece of tbe de ceased. December 31 is set for the hearing. Abraham G. Kaulukou yesterday filed his oath of oSce a deputy clerk of the judicial department for "the First circuit to the place of Fred Smith, resigned. The suit in the federal court of Col lins against the bark Empire, a sailor "s claim for wajres. was yesterday settkd out of court and a satisfaction was filed. V jr. V THE FROGXA3C Seats for Xxms Coccer are on Sals. Mis. GriwIr program for her oa Friday evening- November 23. t to be as follows: L. ta La Camellia... ...GaslieltBs (fei The Merry Brown I .VDctfier Bock (c)''Ponr la Chanter.... Goanod Deila E. 2. Seuata. op. 27. No. 2.....Beetfeovn (a) Adario Sostenato. b) AHecretto. (e) Pronto agitato. Frank Al Balla?eyns 3. Hondo Capricrio2 Paul Erry. 4. La Parlate d'.Vmor (Faust) t .... .. ........ .....Gounod Delia E. Grlswold. Concertstneck. oi?. TP Webt Prof. BaDaseyus. (a) (b) (a) (b Itomsnza Andalnsla Sarsate L'Ateille .....--. -.--Schubert Paul Esry. The Night Now Is Clear. -Tosti La Habanera (Carmen) ...Bizet Delia E. GriswohL Seats will be r0 cents. 75 cents and SI. and 25 cents in the s:d!ery. and are on ale at Wall. Nichols Co. SOUTHERH PACIFIC CONTROLS PACIFIC MAIL NEW YORK. Nov. 13. The boanl of directors of the Southern Pacific railroad Comiwny. at a sjecial meeting held todav. approvel the purchase through Sjieyer & Co. of the of the capital stock of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company and accepted the proposition of Messrs. Speyer & Co. to purchase .910.000.000 of 41-2 jer cent gold bon.is of the Southern FaeifiV Company, secured by the control of the Pacific Mail Steamship Companj and stocks and bond-, of other companies. REGARDS ELECTION RESULTS AS AN ENDORSEMENT WASHINGTON. Nov. 15. At the meeting of the cabinet today President McKinley. discussing the recent elections and their result expressed the hope that every member of his cabinet would remain in the official family during the next four years. He regarded the results of the elections as an endorsement not oidy of his own ideas and iwlicies, but also of the administration of every department of the government. Kodak Finishing. In the short time they have been The B. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd.. having taken the agency of the Olaa Sugar Company, Limited, all assessments due on the stock of that company are now payable at the office of said The B.' F. Dillingham Co.. Ltd.. and all transfers of stock will be made rtirough that office, yjp. COOKE. Treasurer Oiaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Honolulu. Nov. 19, 1900. Meeting Notice. The adjourned annual meeting of the stockholders of Wilder's Steamship Company will take place at the company's office in this oity on Mouday morning, at 10 o'clock, November 1000. S. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, Nov. 20th. 1000. NOTICE. OF SPECIAL MEETING OF THE "STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PEOPLE'S ICE AND REF'G CO., LTD. In accordance with a resolution passed by the Board of Directors of the People's Ice and Refrigerating Co., this 12th day of November, A. D. 1000: A special meeting of the stockholders of the People's Ice and Refrigerating will be held at the office of the Hawaiian Trust and Investment Co., Ltd on the 2Sth day of November. 1000, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of considering the disposition of certain property of the company. Honolulu, November 12. 1900. WILLIAM O. ATWATER. Secretary People's Ice and Refrigerating Co- Ltd. St. Andrew's Fair In the Cathedral Grounds. i DO J, DEC. I, ' &&'"&&! ff?cpf 53,-s Vsi'3wf'r f 5V" i - . !) yV HE HONOLULU BEPUBLICAN, TVEDSESDAT, XOVEHBER 21, 1900. 1900 10:30 A. M. to S P. M. T P. M. to 1:30 I. AL Tables Flower. Fancy. Doll Hawaiian. Art Needlework. Lemonade. Ice Cream. Coffee. Grab Box. Candy and Humpty Dumpty. A Bicycle Competition in the afternoon. A FOI LUNCH Will I served from 11 A. M. to 2 P. JH m the business. King Bros, have earned an enviable reputation in the finishing of kodak work. To Mr. Cat Melvin, who has charge of this department, is due the credit of this success on account of his skill and careful attention to every detail. It snakes all the difference in tha world whether care is taken to print : negative according to its merits or nor. Many good films are lost through carelessness. To be sure, it takes a little longer to be careful, but it is time well expended in view of the result. The best results are obtained when Mr. Jrelvin develops as well as prints your films. KING BROS.. 110 Hotel St. NOTICE TO OLAA STOCKHOLDERS. "KTEWS OF Z THE TOWN S Phone 35. Territary Sable. Kicr'Sr W. A. Kinney mtat to Kauai on la Hal! yesterday. - Sawke the Trwpiesl cirar. oar of th- 5nst and lt cigars; in Hesolafo Dr. S. Kefeayafci is at Saa Francisco on his way hocw front Ehitojv. Lodge Le Prosrcs fead a special inr last ereainr at which tae Fellowvrsit degree was conferred. - Saturday afteraooa at 3 o'clock is ;h time set for "varaish, day" by the An league. St. Andrew's fair wHl be hekl'in the cathedral givauos on Saturday. 1. Call for your December Ieliaesrs at 3Irs. Haana's. King street, between Fort and Alakm. H. G. Biarr, jeweler. 404 Fort street. is now unpacking a large new stock & Christmas goods. ' , In. police court yetenLty Ah See wa fineil S50 awl cots for keeping opium in his possession unlawfully. Kohoonoona. motlier of Moses aged SO. diel at Kalihi Mondar evening of general debility and enteritis. Dr. It. DePue Rickey, formerly of the Maru. was taken sick in China and " upon recovery was transferred to the Nippon Mann August Drier, the sugar man from Kauai, wife and son are among the pas sengers booked to leave for San Francisco in the Zealandin Prof. Koebele. the government entomologist, will arrive from the coast on the Mariposa. He will be acompanted by his wife. The republican territorial committee ha passed resolutions congratulating President McKinley. Theodore Roos- vplt and Senator Hanna on the national elections. The rehearsal of the choir of the Second Congregation of St. Andrew's will be Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Members are requested to take notice. "That tired feeling" comes on rent day. . Paying a monthly installment is making a monthly investment. Pond & Co. are offering some choice lots on easy payments. See ad. All assessments due on the Olaa Sugar company are now payable at the office of the B. F. Dillingham Co. .Tudd building, and all transfers of the stock will be made through that office. Phone 35. Territory Stables. King St The Wailuku kindergarten building i rapidly Hearing completion. The building is being built under the personal of Mis J. Malone and will be ready for use in al-out five or six weeks. Messrs. Walter Dillingham and Dr. .T. II. Raymond have been visiting cattle ranch, belonging to A. Enos Co.. this week for the purpose of trying to make a deal with the wealthy Wailuku ranch men for the sale of the ranch. Kilohana Art League. D. Howard Hitchcock, chairman circle of the Kfloliana .vrt league, gives the following notice of dates for the fall exhibit : Varnish day. Saturday. November 24 15 p. m. : full view reception. Monday evening. Novemlnjr 2(J. S p. in.: open to public. Tuesday. November 27. to Saturday. December 22. ' Continuances Grow Tiresome. Judge Wilcox is getting tired of con tinuances and postionenients in petty lolice court cases. He has been very liberal in granting continuances on the request of attorneys, and has begun to think that his jrood nature is being worked for an easy thing. He said : xnese continuances are becoming a nuisance and an obstruction to justice. People will not make complaints when they find it takes a week of their time to get the ease tried. The nuisance mu: be stopped." & -&- 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 good 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 Parlor PHONE Mrs. D. W. Uracil. C.A.HId(llnger. Ho:e! Street, Near Fort. HOT -BATHS- COLD C. H. BROWN SANITARY PLUHBER. Estimates made on everything in the plumbing line. OSce Territorial Stables Building. King Street. MAIN" 48. Contractors & Builders General Business Agency. AH kinds of laborers supplies. CURB STONES On hand ready to supply. Po3tofficeBos873. T. HAYASHI, . Manager. King Street, near Liliha (Ew side. s 'O K THI Am S S 15 V ? PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS I. S. Sachs Kit Goods Co. LIMITED. JOBBERS RETdILER5 0U CAN INVARIABLY BUY 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 oitimes ro one better. All that w ask is, that the Ladies fclxamine Our STOCK-:- We have sufficient confidence in the Stylos and Qualities of Our Wares to know that it is utterly impossible to match them, let alone bent them. We have some genuine surprises in values in Every Departmet I. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co, Ltd POET STKEST. 2? S f I s 5 i a It I I 111 QEKBT OUK STOCK OF BUGGIES, PHOTONS ? SURREYS, RUNABOUTS is larger and more complete than any other stock in Honolulu "We also carry a full line of Delivery and Express Wagons, Farm Wagons, Dump Garts, Etc., Etc., Etc. We invite you to inspect our stpek whether yon want to buy now or later. We are Sole Agent for the STUDEB.VKER GOODS. Q. SCHLTIAN Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets BELflORdL TOrrHO STREET, iMt. AUfI and Taesjta Squr. Newly furnished rooms with board. Also table board. 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