Newspaper Page Text
Pacific Import Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street Q. J. WAALER, GHRISTMAS GOODS :- II VVK just opened the most complete stock of Christmas Goods, comprising full lines for and Girls; many useful articles for the little ones-Oar WE uf every description or Toys Boys htock of Holiday Goods; consisting of the most useful articles for Holiday Tents Onr prices no doubt you will find the for Ladies and Gentlemen if. now ready for inspection. call. We no old, left-over stock. Everything lowest; e can convince you if you desire to carry mirchased direct fron the manufacturers for FPot cash, therefore our prices, you will up-to-date, attention that we have thousands of articles SPoat once, are right. We like to call particular for you to select from, no two alike. Dry Goods Department Ladies' Black Silk Waists We are now hhowmg elegant linos of Silk and Katin Ulack Waists in the very latest styles. Just the thing for thih season. Ladies' Muslin Underwear If you are interest iu that line wc can give you better valii.' and more reliable roods than you can Hud anywhere. Have yon seen our $1 00. ?13, l-50, 1.5 and $2.01 Ladies' M'tsliu Skirts with embroidery or linen la - .' Our stock in liner grades of skirts is complete that we can please you in price nd style. I adies Ni?ht Gowns We carry 30 styles, from the cheapest up to the finest grades. Children's Dresses, Infants' Gaps 1. K. Reefers, in white, all sizes! New Styles of Hats for Girls Infants' Complete Outfits Ladies' Underwear Excellent values at 12c. " "v ",io;c " ft " 25c. Heal Lisle Vests, Bpcecial at.1. '..25c: Silk Vosts, speciul at 50c. Real Feather Cushions, run weight 10 inch, 00c, 18 inch. 75c, 20 inch, $1, 22 inch, $1.25, 21 inch, $1.50. James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FORTY years practice. References if desired. All kinds of "Musical Instru. nieuts Tuned and Repaired. , .. Office With tho Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 17(5 to IS) S. King Street, Lincoln Hlock. Phono MA1N 278. Residence Occidental CM. Hotel, l'hono The Union Express Co.,, Office with Evening'Bulletin. aW King Street -:- -:- Telephoue SG We move sares, pianos and furniture. Wo bnul freight and lumber. We sell black and white saud. We meet all incoming coast steamers, we check baggage on all outgoing steamers. w LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat I0S KING STREET. - Manage.-. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HAKOli CONTRACTOR AND, BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Itteniei to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10, 1 to 0, 7 to 8. SUNDAYS t 9 to 11. Telephone G02. Astor House Restaurant Cornor.King & Alakca Strecte, , Meals served at all hours. Aj- J AH CHUCK, r First-class in every detail I Proprietor. it &sT a Co. e $3 ii 4 Hosiery. Hosiery AILEY'S KE . . ITS Just received a complete siery. "Special values: Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c Complete slock Lisle Thread Hosiery for Ladies, Hisses and Children. Speciul sale Children's Hose,ize 5 to S2, 10c. and 12Jc. a pair. Blanket Sale Fifty pairs of white, all wool. California blankets at $3.50apair regular fL25 values. Window Curtains Portieres, Table Govers ! Jnst ope led, 5 cases up-to-date stuff. No ! better assoi tment can be seen anywhere. Sash Curtains The latest styles of material. Please will and see them. Boys1 Clothing DEPARTMENT "You famish tho Ik", We'll supply Ills clothing mm HONOLULU GYCLERY CI., Ltd. n. - " . -; f -- ' i. s r sii t. Xfi &4 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 23. 1900. stock of Ho- Our Hoys' Washable Suits have given us tho leadership iu this line. Colors absolutely fust. Our Boys' Wash Suits at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 are far superior to anything shown elsewhere. Just ouo look at them will convince you that they are tho best make you ever saw. No harm to see them; drop iu when you aro passing. (THE UNION ENGINE) Gasoline Enines ahi hoists; For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MARINE) Running Pumps, Dynamos ftid Machinery Sole Agents: THE VOX IIAMM TOUNG CO. LTD. Telephone 398 P. 0. Box 441 Bicycle Repairing Our 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 andput in good shape; during this wet spell you can Have the frame enameled. We can do you spare it for a few days. a job equal to factory work in appearance and far more duraole than the average factory job. A pair of new pedals will add to the appearance of the wheel 25 per cent; cost but ?l.oO upwards. Lamps from $1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price. GAS LAHPS REDUCED IN PRICE . , . S3.50 Lamps 82.00 Each, to Clear. Sole Agents Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires. 227,229 and 231 Sing Street. XXttttmi The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., Has Hemoved its Offices and Showroom o Makai. Merchant . , " . BARBJUNS IN ELECTRIC FIXTURES. On vand after August 9t,alitElectrie .Fixtures ink ha&sin6Vin&tock wiUlbefsold at a GREAT flu - ' V " s- . SAOKll! lUci to maKe room ior smpuieui. w tmt per fVt & U rf "i t i, ' z.rr m . - & v.- m ,- 1 .mnnniniUM " " if" 3y r - , - $SSiZS5$S&$S$$t 'PUS Builders Adopt Sy-Laws. The bai!ders met yesterday frmnnn at th oS of John kirk to farther perfect their organiw tion. The committee on by-laws I ported. The by-Ja -call not De mac public ax preset- The association will meet again next ilcnaay mgnu - Sailer Bound Over. In the police court yestSrday. Mann. a natlvfc sailor on the James Makee. was bound over to the circuit court on the charge of assault with a weapon on Kaoimea. a fellow sailor. The defendant waived examination. nicht the two men quarreled. which led to a little knife play on the part of Manti. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Uncalled for letters remaining in the postoffice up to November 11 : Gentlemen's LUt. Austin. C J Anson. John Andrew. Henry Andrew. It K Batt, J K Itanks, J E Baecker, A Iiamhart. Mr Rbnnan. II BLickbourn, F Boyd, Rolwrt M Brown. James Brovwu Frank : Brady. Andrew Brown. George -S Burt. John Harry Byrne. Joseph Byrne. J J Caum. John W Campliell. John F Carroll. II Clark. J no Clarke. F F Conklin. Edwin Cook. John J Condon. Mr Cwkftt. Patrick Cnnradt. L Davis IVter Dickson. Mr Dillon, John Donglai, C C DnboU. IVter F Eckhart. Max Levies. Chns W Enclish. Henry Thomas Iv.cr. Charlie Fair, James F Fair. George Fulton. Gordon Gay. Arthur Garrioek, Capt A Gorman. I B Gear. M GuVon. Jack Gildea, C A Graham. W F Gregory, Walter II Haheion, C Ilartm.ui, M L Hawley, Geovge Ileydtman. A W Hewitt, George C Heina. Mr (2) Hendricksen, A Holt. E Howe. George E Hough, Earl B I Toppols J Hoixwtll. O A. Howard, James 1 Inches. Ill' Hughes Thos n Hunter. ."lolm .lames, J Iv Jaeohsen. E A Jordan. William Johnson, David Johnson, T O -Kearns. Italph Kempe. Ernost King. E F Kinney. Bowell Knox. Mr Laws. Henry Langeheim. E rigerstrom. C (H Levcrn. Frank Lewis. Edward Lewis. E L Lennox. J LiegenfTuss. C O Twell. John Love, James IT Lunins, J II Lycett, Jas Mainland, narry Manasseh. Ahe K Manasseh, II Masn, Sam Merritt. W C Miller, Carl Miller, Harry Mstchell. J N Minton, W Moore, J S Moore, J G Morgan. J A (2) L F Muller, G Mnri'liy. E'J MeColsau. It MeClellan. A J Mcliin John McWilliams. John Nevin. J (2) Norton. C L Nott. .Tames Nott. T North, Henry F Benj Pierce. S E (2) Babe. It (2) Itancoon & Bir- inah, Mr It .II L Morris IJe'nifclu G W (3) IJenish, George teuton. Henry II Itittenhonse C J Iti.odes. II G (21 ltichardson, J lielianlson. Ermr Biori'an Jack Boys, Chas K Boye, E P ltojee, Geo F Itothwell. J W Itvau. M Savage. Sehlcinmer. Max Shipping Co., S. F. Shepard. J Shahan, Daniel O shunk. George Siiiink, Geo W Simei-sun. W K Simins, Mr Smith. Frank M Smith. C W Smith. C H Smith. V Smith, Harry S nitliie. J W Smithies Mas T Spencer ,lnlm Steward W J Tahlon ith, IT Thornhill, W II (2 Thompson. J E Tople. l'rinee L Tamer, L Turner. L F Yandall, J M Yettloen. Love M Yineent. Thos E Yrn Horn. E Warner, L O Walker. Mr Wanahaka. Bele Waslibourne Joy WanlrGeo E WeltMiein. Jacob Wentworth. II B Wells, Wm I White. Arthur White. Alen (21 Willgeroth. n Withers, AY J Williams. ,.E A AYilliams. E1 Williams, O It Winn. W II Wilson. E J Wolte Mr Wohlers. J Wood. Henry Wright. Jas N Wright". TI II Wright. Henry Martinsen. A PACKAGES. ifoore, Herbert Shunk. Geo W Ladles' irindoic. Austin. Mrs C Miller. Mrs L Brown. Mrs C II Morrison. Mrs E Burdick. Mis M LMolIer. Mrs E Burman. Mis S Miles. Mrs J Birdy, Mrs P More. Mrs E M Currie Mrs 1 McDowall. Mrs A arlsn, Sirs E McLain, Mrs M- Collins. Mrs C AV McCorriston, Camnbell. Miss M Miss F Cameron, Miss L (JMcAnlle. Mrs L Chamlnyrs. Mrs J S.McCann. Mrs M Channel. Miss M . Courson, Miss Davis. Miss Duffy. Mrs E Duffy, Mrs E D Dower. Mrs Tas A Tarrett, 3lrs W Krueser, Miss S Kimball, Mrs II Kanble. MisS'JSf King. Mrs J A Knisht Mrs F S Lowell, Miss I Lowd. Mis Ida Law, Miss Luht AOIdinc Mrs Piper, Miss E Poulson. Mrs A Pall. Mrs F S Phillips, Miss S Peterson. Miss E Dower, Miss Lucy I ltichardson. Miss Darlinger. Miss S Rosick. Mrs J Davi. Miss M "assol. Mrs J Davis Mrs S Dnnbar, Mrs E Eberborn. Miss M Ellis. Miss A Fraser, Miss M Florentine, Mrs Goslin, Miss G Hind. Miss V Hiram. Mrs H Tessett, Mrs P A Scheuermann. 3lrs Jacob Sowbaek. Mr Sullivan, Mrs K Y Sullenberg. Mrs O Sumner, Mrs "W Stewart. Mrs G Smith, Mrs W M Tackaberry. Miss G Thompson Rebecca Townsend. Mrs HB .Torbert. Mrs C Janes, Miss M D (2Tellia JIrs F Tullrman. Mrs J rnsworth, Mrs J Walktr, Mrs JL M Walker, Mrs W G Waterman. Mrs J Wheeler, Miss Wood. Mrs E W Wagner, Miss L Winter. Mrs J W Meek. Mrs H PACKAGES. Dower. Miss L I Carhwn. Mi E Fleascadt for "Aicertited Letter." I JOS. M. OAT. Postmaster. Admiral Gherardfs Gallant Sort. Frtm tic PkUa4lpii liearL Walter It. Gberardi of the United States mry and th- scboobblp Saratoss, arrived in port trod a we. raiaths crae'e I35J i. nay. without lOTrtafe be calld -a. fcero. for he ha three rohl Exmlsls that were riven cua for saTJus lives. The yooas man fc? a "lie is. uaiue oa o Adairal Gberardi. hw lather, six feet two Incbes in hei?hl and stronrly hnflt. in these respects tai-ns after his mother's family, which U cotahfe''or its large csen. He got h'n first saeda! aloard the Maine. wha he put out in charge of a boat to pick up a drowning scaiasn. The heavy eas cap- ;-.. iT,t hm the boat to Pieces. DUt Gherardi saved the sailor single-handed. n lean! overboard after a man to win lit iadaL and the third was given him for saving lives dnrins the menxirable I'ortn Itko hurricane. He was then in of a rescue sang and worked so hard and gallantly and was for so long n tirno in the water, that he was sen ously ill afterward, and it was tearoj that his health was quite broken. Lien-tenant Gherardi is now. however, as vigorous and bold as ever. How to Treat a Troublesome Com. To remove a troublesome corn or bunion: First soak the corn or bunion in water to &often it, then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily, Irubbing vigorously for Gve minutes at each application. A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it trom the shoe- As a general liniment for sprains, .bruises, lamenos and rheumatism, Pain Balm is unequaled. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general agents. Territory of Hawaii. t X ! '1 1 1 '! V 'I !' '! ! 1 1 'p LAD! you can get the latest styles iu Hair Dressing at our PHRLORS We cau give you any style you wish iu MANICURING The care of the r SCHLP is our specialty Our Hair Tonic will prevent tho hair falling out and is a sure cure for daudrulf. The Misses De Lartigue 10S5 Alakea Street Bear of Dr. Anderson's ottlce Hft'M"l"l"l,i,1fi,i,i'i"l"'i"1' Purdy & Baron SHIP CARPENTERS, Caulking, Smithing and General repair Shop. Ships weighs for small Schooner's. Scows built, repaired and rented. SIIOP Sumner's Island. Telephone 806. Honolulu, T. H. P.O. BOX 262 Hawaiian Ballasting Co. NO. 16, QUEEN ST. H. L-. EVANS, MANAGER- Foundation Stone, Curbing, Black and White Sand ' AND Soil of all Description foi Sale. Brays for Hire. "Lie" by name!! Great in mm Is the CARBON T A T "P T fhail JT O. J. XJ XV iuou m Hawaiian News Co. Lt'd., is distributing samples of. A large stock of same received bythe Tor Sale 'by HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. LIMITED. BnsJaesB oa will tell you ? that an ad in The" Republic- $ S an brings good results be- cause the people, read it.' i -"V flf HONOLULU, OCTOBER 37th, 1900. We Have This Day Appointed E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd. Sole Agents for the Territory of Hawaii For Cleveland Bicycles AaLERICAN bicycle company. Cleveland Stiles Dept., Per R. C. LENNIE. Shipments of Men's and Ladies CLEVELAND Bicycles with an assortment of extra parts were received by ns per Zealandia and Queen. The Cleveland a sood bicvcle. r E. O. tffllili & SO4, Sole Agts. KING ST11EET, HONOLULU. PER S. S. NIPPON MtRU We received a new line of Silks, Table GoVers, Doilies, Pajamas, Kimonas, UaGuer and flrntimony are of the latest patterns. We invite you to inspect these goods whether you purchase or uoti ASADA & CO., Hotel St. FOR AINi THIS WEEK HLL SILK GRENHDINE Fino patterns; $2.50 and up per yardv SILK HND WOOL CREPON S5c. and up per yard. NOTTINCHHM LRCE CURTHINS for 50c. and up per pair , LHDIES' SHOULDER CHPES A full lino at 55.00 and up. TliChC jfool.s nro all imported from England. The Bargain Store ALBERT BL0M, Proprietor Opposite tho Fire Statiou Fort and Berctnnia Streets Theo. H. Davies Co.. Ltd; SUGAR FACTORS. jIMPORTEUSaOF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .. AGENTS FOR Canadian-Australian Steamship-Line, 3 Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.-Northern Assurance Co. (Fireand Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. JPioneer Line of PacketslfromJLiverpool: HUHN Subscribe for yursF ;T ----' 2-- - . sv .-- MflVfttoTtaH& C0?MP( Do Your Mattresses Sag? If so bring them to us; -we can make them as good aa new at a very small cost. - i Old Ice Factory, Young St.