Newspaper Page Text
Cotton Challies Beautiful patterns, fast colors 5 yards for $1 American Shirtings Guaranteed to retain color even if Doiled in soda 20 yards for $1 Liberty Silks Black Grounds, White Floral Designs 15 yards for $1 Ginghams Fast Colors, New Styles.Checksand Stripes 14 yards for $1 French Organdies Lovely Goods, a quality worth 25 cents per yard; our price Per yard. 10 cents Some extra superior lines. We will offer for 15 cents and 20 cents Satin Parisienne We have a utiiu' line of these goods; we could only get a f v pie e-; Dark Winter Shades, Rich Floral Effects; i ke a handsome waist 35 cents per yard BRITISH TROOPS NOW DOING ACTIYE SCOUTING Smnll Parties of Boers Being Met by the English at Every Turn LONDON. Nov. 18. I'mler lnto or JitniimbMiT, Nqv. 12, Ionl Itoberis to tltt' vnr office as follows: Kutxlk' rejwrts skirmishes with small I'rtrtiw of in tin llRrrfcmith. Itoitz nml Ymktlittrifts recently. The appear to Ik; notins iuilept'tuleiill.v nnl with ho ohjeot except to sive as mw jiiumyKWV s iKssiltli 10 the HritMi. Our in Ukm skirmishes were two k led mnl seven wouniltnl. "Iousi arrived at Ventersdorp November 11th, from Zoniot. ropturiuc during tlrt murrii 27 prisoners and a quantity of caul awl fboep. w hich bus Jhh'h n (liot of supplies for the Rwr, will now 1 cleared out." NKW YOISK. Nov. 13. War news in iouth Africa increases in rank and variety say tin? Tribune's London There are detail of eight or ten miuor atious and .skirmishes- nil the wav from Oranpe river to Lydenler?. The coticltttnu that way to fairly drawn from this revival of hostilities is that the erwy Is iwiv thoroughly alert, inuml t service, remarkably utobiio and more than a watch for Boer wiles and Tke Hoers are mow awl surprised "ad to Hritih to eutriwtl. even by Pe Wet. Thl much is mid in Kttebutd about the for rwolutiouisins the war otSce and tnttisforminj: the whole system of military train in?. Too little Mre is htkl upon ths fact that mm army of over 200.000 men Ui new bavins in SoHth Africa the rnoNt streuuous possible trainius in the art of war. MARCUS DALY, THE MINER AND MILLIONAIRE, DEAD Marcus Daly, the copper miner and millionaire, of Iluttc. Montana, is dead. He was renter a a miner than as a financier. lie was not the orptniier of the great Anaconda property, but its Daly was lorn in Ireland, about sixty years aso, cotniuj: to America when quite young and engaged in mining. He drifted to California and engage! in gold tnininr. mainly in Amador anu .Calaveras counties He was operating on the Mother Lode, in Chili gulch Calavere couuty. when the Comstock hepin to loom in Nevada. He forsook California for the new loom, but did not find Nevada to his fancy and went to South Dakota, where be operated in the syndi catc of mines owned by Hearst. Haggtn & Tevis. unvoting himself mainly to the Father De i?ruet mine. Later he went to Butte, first for Walker Ilros., who owned j the Alice mine, and then acquired the Anaconda-St. Itwrence group of mines for himself and the great trio, IIcars naggin & Tevis. The Anaconda was first worked as a silver mine, carrying some gold. At the 120-foot level in the Anaconda copjwr wa encountered and the group developed into the greatest copper property in the world until Clark's Tinted Yerde mine at Jerome. Arizona, was de eloped. The gold and silver found in the Anaconda ores have always paid for the mining and reduction of ores leaving the copiwr product net profit. When Mrs. Hearst and Messrs. Haggin and Tevis sold out to the Standard Oil people and organized the Amalgamated Copper Company, Daly did not sell, and his holding in the company is estimated to Ik? worth $10,000,000 to SI. "',000.000. lie leaves a wife and two crown daughters. He has a most palatial residence i.i New York, where his family resides, hut he was never quite happy there, preferring the old home in Hutte, where he could hear the machinery of the mines and the crunching of the mills and furnaces at every hour of the day and occasionally meet a few choice spirits at the Silver How Club. Daly was a great lover of horses and was an Honor to the turf. Hi breeding ranch at Hitter Hoot Yalley. Montana, was his pet and pride, and the creat Hamburg was at it head. Tanunanj and Montana alo brought trophies to this stud. Daly was wireless in dress and speech, hut a solid Hud true as steel. His great political licht nmint W. A. Clark, his one-time friend is of tot recent orisiu to need reviewing. They liecame reconciled tofore death. The immediate cause of hi death was Hrisht's disease, superinduced largely hy arsenical poisoniug acquired in studying new processes of reducing ores, and superintending smelter. t? TIE YOTE ON REVISION OF PRESBYTERIAN CREED Moderator Voted Twice in Order to Defeat the Proposed Change. NEW YOHK. Nov. 13. With a ma jority of one- vote ane" that the vote of the moderator, the New York Tresbytery decided that the Westminter Confession, with its doctrine of predestination, was good enough to remain as the creed of the itx?sbyterian church. The number ol votes cast wa 142. of which 109 were recorded as votes of clergymen aud S3 is votes of elders of the church. x The action taken at the meetiht was found in the "overture which had been sent out to all the Presbyteries oi this country by the general assembly oi the Presbyterian church for the purp? of ascertaining the opinion of the various bodies of the church ou the question of revising the creed. When the vote had been countei t wa found that Tl favored revision and il opposed it. The announcement that the vote was a tie created a stir af King those present. The stated clerk. Dr. Birch drew the attention of the assembly to the rule governing the assembly, which provides that in case of a tie the moderator shall cast the deciding vote. Dr. Vile,y had already voted in his individual rapacity and his vote had been recordej as against revision. The moderator then cast his ote with the ayes, the carrying the day. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TTEDCESDAT. NOVEMBER si. 1900. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT In spite of the big rise in the Cotton Market, this purchase has enabled us to sell Goods in this Department cheaper than ever. Why pay an increase when we offer you special inducements? Turkish Towels We have over 3.000 dozen in stock; anyone can examine our books if they doubt the quantity. We had to take the lot or none. Come and judge the value $1.00, $1.50, S1.75 $2.25 per dozen Bed Spreads Xo other house could ever come near us for allle in these goods, but this purchase permits us to do better than ever. We can sell them at 75 cents, $1.00 and $1.25 apiece Others may quote same price, but price is nothing; examine the iroods. Shirt Waists Such bargains we can never get again they are true fitting and of the newest cut: Marvelous Value. Our prices 50c. 85c. 75c. 5c. and $1 KER Japanese Suddenly Dies. A Japanese died at the Wilder Steamship Company's wharf Monday morning', shortly after the arrival of the Claudiue from Maui, on which he was a passenger. The name of the dead man wa and his age wa about oO. He was taken to the board of health rooms in au ambulance. Dr. Pratt ordered an autopsy. The result of the post mortem examination proved that he came to his deat'i from ulcerative coletis. a disease of the 1kwo1s. The coroners jury returned a verdict in aeordance with the given by the doctors who performed the tutopsy. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.' Honolulu. Tuesday, Xov. 20. 1P00. Blit Asked Ewa rinntatlon Company 2S Hawaiian Agricultural Co Hnnmllnn Com'l .fcSugarCo Hawaiian SugnrCo..... 39 Hounmu Sugar Company. HonoSaa Sugar Company Haiku bunronranany Kalinku PlautaUon Company 23 2S tl lfs 32 J Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd., Assess 13 1G Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd., Paid up Kljuihulu Sugar Company 110 KolonSugarCo Maunalei Sugar Co . Assess HcBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.. Asse,. 7j s McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.. IM up. u U, OauusugarC" 173 Ookala sugar Plantation Cn. .. Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., 3 5., OlaabugarCo.. Ltd., Paldup Ill; 15j Olowalu Company 150 PaciflcSugar Mill , r!a Plantation Co A213 Pojeekeo Sugar Company JStih, 1W Pioneer Mill Company. .fiso 16l Walalua Agricultural Co. .f12t 123 Wolluku sugar CV Watmanalo sugar Company IIS Waimea Mil! Co . Wilder Steamship Co 105 lnterslland Steam Navigation Co 1!5 Hawaiian 165 Hawaiian Eltfvtrio As-? 55 Honolulu KaptdTranott am! Land Co. . Honolulu Suxun Lnuudry Mutual Ttleptiiine Oiojpany Oabu ltailw&y & Lad On 21M Makaha Coffee Co .Ltd People's lee .t rrrtg. Co C. Brewer Co ... BOXDS. Hawaiian Ctav's. 6 percent. 100 Hawaiian (nvi. 5 jr cent . ........ S Hilo Rail toad Co 6 per cent. .. 101 Ewa PlantaUou 6 percent....... ...... .. 192 Oahu llatlway i Laud Co. 6 p.c 101 Oahu Flanutioa 6 per cent 101 SALES. Between lioards 50 Waialua. 124: 40 Waialua. i12r: 25 Waialua. ?125; 20 Waialua. ?125: 25 Oahu, $175 S 'JO. 10:30 A. M. Session 15 Hawaiian Sugar. K: 20 Hawaiian Sugar. : 25 Ewa. $2S; l.Ono Hawaiian Government Gs, 100; 5 Waialua. $120. Between Boards 30 Waialua. $12t5. 2 P. M. Session 20 Ewa. $2$: 100 Efca, $2$-.0; 15 MeBryde pd, $14; ID Ookala. $15. Onr New Stock of CHRI5TMI5 QO0DJ has arrived, including . BRACELETS RINGS, PINS BROOCHES WATCHES Sterling Silverware, Etc. BIART'S Jewelry, 4C4J Fort Street " Business men will tell you p- ? that an ail in The i 4 an brine cood rtfsniu I- ? ? caax; the people read it. 5 IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT Just what to give your friends for Christmas drop into our store, we uill solve the question by showing you our Iarge New Stock of Holiday Goods, such as new pieces'of Sterling Silver and Cnr Glass AYvke. "Watch, Rlvgs Brvutt and Stick Pins, Bracelets, Off Bittons, and in fact everything kept in a first class Jewelry Store. "We have scores of beautiful things that exquisite taste says are exactly right for Christmas Gifts. "We are selling these goods at Coast Prices. "We would be released to show you our stock -whether vou buv or net. M.R. COUNTER Love Building 532 Fort Street JEWELER YLISH AND UP-TO-DATE our new stock of :- Bedroom Sets and Sideb 1 oards We cau say without .1 doubt that the-e are the handsomest goods ever sh ivnx in the furniture line in Honolulu. THE COYNE FURNITURE CO. Progress Block. Fort at. R. W. ATKiNSON Room 11, Magoon Block, Merchant St. Advertising and General Agent S E L.ECX :mployment Stenographers Tree writers HELP Office Glerks Bookkeepers Etc. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE A. COWA Maoajer ' Houses and Booms Detnclar ntflea HBglSlSr UIliCB f rojaijt oj. $ Basinesi5 men will tli you -8 t1 thar an ad in The Republic- 'Sfetn btins good resnUs cane the people read it. 7 I'ilHlllliSliiliks LnnTED. 518 Fort Street. First class rigs at iair prices. TBltpheae 477. HtckstuJ "Phu" 313. DR. W. J. BALBRAITH. Office and Residence: Corses Bebetaxu. asd At.ttpi 9ts. OFFICE to 10 A.;jt, 2 to k p. jr., and 7 to 8 P. a. SUXDAYS9 to 10 a. x, 7 to 8. p. 3i TELnPHOSE 204. SEATTLE BEER I On Draught or ia Bottle at the CRITERION" ysyi ftftfV -. 5!555 NEWS WORTH READING- & CO. Ltd. QUEEN STREET MONUMENTS Marble, Granite and Blue Stone CEMETERY COPING Monuments lettered and cleaned Stone yard, between King and Hotel on Alakea Street. SAFES . . . THE MOSLER The best in the world. Call and examine onr stock. We have sold 250 SAFES since November 1st, 1S99. HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE 641 Kinsr Street & MONUMENTAL GO. Phone 502 - V Tdfc'i &s?fmfetii53 ail m Jfmsz & st.'A feT CHOCOLATE BON SONS. LEWIS & CO., Grocers Sole Agents THREE TELEPHONES 240-240-240 HART & CO. (Tiimlced.) THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Fine Chocolates and Confections-. Ice Cream and Ices "Water. FIRE ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA ASSETS $6,430,868.88 J. H. FISHEK, Agent Hawaiian Islands. A IM I am mmi L. B. KERR- & CO., LTD., have much pleasure in announcing that they have been successlul in purchasing at their own price a large portion of the stock 01 L. 0. Thompson & Co., 898-900 Broadway, N.Y., who made an assignment for the benefit of their creditors, on September 16. Our MR. KERR happened to be in New York at the time this stock was sold; but he had already purchased largely when this opportunity presented itself. Notwithstanding this he made an oiler for goods suitable for this market which was accepted. We Are now in a position to offer the finest stock of Dry Goods ever brought to Honolulu at prices never known before and probably will never be heard of again. There are bargains in even- Department of this extensive stock. The following are only a few of the Leaders: MEN'S FURNISHING DEPT HERE AGAIN WE SHINE. Gentlemen, if you don't know where our Store is ask the Ladies, they all know. If you find it inconvenient to call before 5 p. m.. our closing hour, step in at lunch time. We will be happy to show you the Goods. If you don't buy now, you are sure to do so when wanting. We have the very newest styles in MEN'S HATS direct from New York. If you want a Hat cosine and look at ours, the price is half that of other stores, and the variety and style un-equaled. Men's Shirts Our customers ask us how we can sell them so cheap. We'll tell you. Where others buy 10 dozen we buy 100 dozen. We can give you good shirts at 45, 50, 65, 75 and 90 cents and up to any price you require and in any style. Our Golf Shirt (soft bosom) at 75 cents cannot be bought elsewhere for less than $1.50. Men's Patent Elastic Seam Drawers,, any size you want, our price 50 cents The finest stock of Neckwear in the city. Anybody who Studies their Own Interest, Must Buy From Iv. JE. p fron Yt 9m GAS & ELECTRIC CO., LM SIAGOON BUHDIKG, Corner Me chant and Alakea Street. Oahu Ice & Electric Go. 3! ICE delivered now to all parts of the city- OFFICE: A .KEWALO. . . Yocr Ordebs Soucixed. Telephone 3151, Blue. P. O. Box 600 H. s Ls.!- Lol .. I ,.. .. -- !?. LaasJt1Ete.:5? if skh jl: asyaaaaa. '- f H '!' ife N ill 1 ft i i. I & H i h - i--1 f!R t y m i h i .