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f t I i t t 9 I 9 t t I tmimmiui s ; 5 ; i Raisins sSK , A tt Vt Hi 4g a .v iW c .Vf , ' - .-V I " sy .CV. Ofhce: Rook 4, ModeiB&ock. NEW SHIPMENT OF " Currants Peel Atmore's Mince Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc Wc liivo also received another lot of those large r. V 4W "- - "'' r. ANifc CONPIDENT i- SMOKED BLOATERS SALTER &, WAITY Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffonieis Chans, n aoles S de Boards Divans - - Onina Closets . Extension Tables Direct firom Eastern Factories & KiJ," - -VA"I' ; ' ' " .. ? . .- 4T TfllS SPACE IS RESERVED, r ratface. BEAUTIFUL GEMS Iiucoloretl Panoramic Views of Oaliu'aml wf$ Hawaii mounted dud unmounted passe- A pci'touts or framed in the finest . . .1. . . CdULUVv frames that are produced in the world. J)o not puivhuse a Christmas Present until vim have seen our stock tonolulu Photo Supply Co.EL Cbnstmas is coming ( tfs BOWER'S ,.& if & r ft k- .. -i M.' & . Perhaii we're a Lie premature in the above sfcitcment,but'wc'"want?iorelieve,t)u worry as to what to "buy. " " "Coiiie'ilovif to tuo.re.i 8IulKoljiW8ft: ful !UHirnniBinriitAi Ji. & K v? 3 to decidehnauv Texntious qietios2 ts - . ;t Ni. &$&, P Mm WrVCL; NlGHrOlsSiQij tf3i a. j i . wn ff3b& iSStJjl?S ' -ST Aie.." MEHDHiBTy MTIWi dJEHBI .J '. (fe i t ItelkTileaiiHCfcnfi3eu'ti&lHYat3i short soHce for I The... i The Porter Furniture Co. T,P . . ..; . it I f JI 1 Si I THE HONOLULU BEPUBLIGAS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1900. is the V S Tropica! Cigar FINEST AND BEST 5g. CIGftR Sold in Honolulu THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK LIMITED StibMsrlbvtl Capital - You 24,000,000 l'altl Up Cupltnl Kuntl - . HEAD OFFICE - - Y' -, Veil 18,000,000 You S,130.0OO i ESaa53BS,B! ill o Yokohama Tho bank uys and receives for collections Uills of Exchange, issues Drafts and Letters of Credit ami transacts a general banking business. IJranch thoYokoharaa Specie Bank. New Republic Buildinp, Honolulu, H.T. Old palters for sale at this office Chunks of- y Solid Alcohol Xhat's Alcolia . . . Newest and most useful traveling or pocket stove made. It make h very liot heat, it is. perfectly safe; no leaking or spilling. .Alcolia is economical and therefore cheap. It has everything to recommend and no disadvantages. - iThis little stove is indispensable in Afternoon Teas Chafing Dishes Curling Irons Sick Eoonis Traveling Yachtinjr " said of them will be verified.. prwo sizes, t s 25 and 40 cents. urn DDK - CO. I SHEIfiENTS. yOBT AXBKTjrO ImXJBTS. I t t !l I il I f i Nurserv ! Canipin, !!' Since we spoke oL Alcolia Jast week the little stoves .have been selling like hot cakes. You,will ant'Que sometime ' Come in atul see Ithem used and all that we . PACIFIC MIL ALLY OF UNIQN PJGIFIC SYSTEM SIGNIFICANCE OF HARRIMAN'S ELECTION AS DIRECTOR OF C STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The San Francisco Stock Speculators Make Big Winnings Through the Recent Jumps in Pacific Southern Pacific Interested. Mail NETVV YORK, November 10. Since the Harriman syndicate came Into control of the Union Pacific Railway Company, ilr. Harnman has been strengthening the position of that road by new affiliations and connections. Aside from his Interest in the Union Pacific he has obtained an effective influence in other transcontinental railroads, including the Southern Pacific. His election yesterday as a director of tSe Pacific Hail Com pany to fill the vacancy caused by C. P. Huntington's death is said by finan ciers to be indicative of a closer union of interests between the Union Pacific and the Southern Pacific. Those two companies, it is reported, will hereafter have joint control of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, which is able to benefit the Union Pacific as well as the Southern Pacific in the matter of traffic. , The Occidental and Oriental Steamship line has been owned jointly by the Union Pacific and the Southern Pacific for several years, and Mr. Harriman saw that it would be to the advantage of the Union Pacific to have the same kind of an arrangement with regard to the Pacific Mail line. Mr. Harriman, whose recent purchases of Pacific Mail stock have given rise to rumors that he was taking over the entire Huntington estate, says that no part of Huntington's or the Southern Pacific stock in the Pa cific .Mail has been disposed of. Mr. Harriman will probably be elected President of the Pacific- Mail Company next week. No further changes are expected in the directorate, which is composed as follows: B. H. Harriman. I. E. Gats, Samuel Thomas. Russell Sage, Henry Hart, Edwin Hawley, George H. Macy, George J. Gould and R. P. Schwerin. The Southern Pacific interests retain three members of Mip hnnrri namely: Messrs. Gates, Hawley and Schwerin. Mr. Sage and Mr. Hart have large individual holdings which are not affiliated with any particular interests Both of these men cordially supported Mr. Huntington, and, it is believed, will as cordially support Mr. Harriman. George J. Gould, who is largely interested in Union Pacific, is credited with having increased his Pacific Mail holdings recently. Mr. Harriman. it is said, has purchased some 10,000 to 25,000 shares cf Pacific Mail stock. There are 200,000 shares altogether, and no single interest owns a majority. WINNINGS IN PACIFIC MAIL. Local Speculators Reap a Harvest on T fi f the Stock. - ? Q!at ""' The PRANCISCO, November 11. recent election of Mr. E. Jf. Harriman. chairman of the Union Pacific, Illinois Central, Chicago and Alton and other railroad directorates, on last Friday as a director of the Pacific Mail in place of C. P. Huntington was followed yesterday morning by a remarkable jump in the stock. It advanced points, or from 471-2 to 5C. This unexpected advance was as good as a gold mine to many local speculators. It Is known that some thirty men prominent in club and business circles cleaned up yesterday a profit of $327,000 on the stock. On June 11th Pacific Mail was down to 25.3-4. Numbers of moneyed men got in at that low figure and it is no exaggeration to say that since that uay in June, including yesterday's profits, the winnings on Pacific Mail stock in this city have aggregated $750,000. In fact, on the two so-called Huntington properties, the Pacific Mail and Southern Pacific, San Fran cisco speculators have won $1,000,000 since last June. Southern Pacific was between 40 and 41 yesterday, an ad vance of three points since the first of the week. It was down to 30 3-S on June ISth last High Southern Pacific officials give it as their opinion that Harriman will be elected President of the Pacific Mail in a few days, and that if he and his associates have not bought the stock of the Huntington testate they have at least brought ft into a managing pool. It became known late yesterday that R. P. Schwerin, Vice-President and General Manager of the Pacific Mail, has been summoned to New York to be present at a meeting of the directors in the course of a few days. Schwerin is also President of the Occidental and Oriental Steamship vxmpanyt which Is jointly owned by the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific There is a rumor that Harri man will take Schwerin's place in that company in addition to becoming President of the Pacific Mail. Botn companies have always worked in harmony and on this account local railway and steamship officials remark that with Harriman in control of the Pacific Mail the latter's policy on this coast would not be any different than it is now. Hays the new President of the Southern Pacific Is to be here the first week in January. He will come West by the way of New Orleans and it Is understood that James Speyer, the head of the New York branch of the Speyer banking syndicate, will ac company him to San Francisco. They are to 'travel special and only in the daytime, so as to give Mr. Hays an opportunity to inspect the the first time. News of the Town, Jlrs. Mori, wife cf. Dr. Iga Mori, arrived on the Nippon Mam from Japan. S. Otsnfca arrived from Japan oa the Nippon Maru. He Is the proprietor of the Japan News. Mclneraey's shoe store is- the sole agent in Honolulu for the famous Hasan & Sons shoes. See their ad on page 7. The Hawaiian Sngar Company s through grinding for the season. Work on the new crop will begin In about three weeks. The annual convention of the 3Iani Teachers Association will be held on Friday. November 30th,' at the Seminary, Paia. The reception committees of the Y. n. i A. ana i. w. u. Hold a joint meeting today to arrange for a social to be held in the near future. The funeral of Mrs. Benjamin C a daughter of M. T. Marshall, the expressman, was held yesterday afternoon from the Catholic cathedral. The large sale of seats for Miss Griswold's musical recital at the Ha waiian Opera House tonight insures a fine audience. The recital will promptly at S o'clock. Maunaolu Seminary at Paia. Maui, will be formally opened tomorrow. There are now about 100 pupils in the school. The opening will be attended with a luau and a program of music and speech making. ! $ The Orpheum. The new program at the Orpheum Is an excellent one. The "Spring Chicken" is a laugh creating farce full of action and go, while A. W. Ryder's delivery of the "Speech of the Flag" is dramatically -spoken and with the chorus makes an imposing finale: The play is enlivened throughout with songs and choruses. Deming and Carroll have a clever skit in which Dem ing displays character work of no mean order. His Irish dialect and mimicry are excellent and he contributes a clever parody to Mr. Adams' "Biro in a Gilded Cage." The latter gentleman has two new songs, both of which are successes. Conlon and Ryder are excellent and send the folks home in high good humor. Birdie Brightling is as great a favorite as ever, and Anita Walton and the rest of the program fully up to expectation. -v- A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's Life. Mr. II. n. Black, the well known village blacksmith at Graharasville, Sullivan county, N. Y., says: "Our little son, o years old, has always been subject t. croup, and so bad have the attacks been that we have feared many times that he 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 io'an adult. For sale by Benson, Smith & 4Co., general agents. Territory of ITawaii5 ; Iv I VJ) $" J j S J tt J . I TTIiACTI YE C02C TRACTS. During the past few years the Provident Savings has put out a few very attractive contracts that are being purchased in greater quantities each year, by thos.wlio. are seeking'insu'rance in"a strong. 4 up-to-date company. This is the In.'st indication of the quality of the goods the Provident has to sell. I. R. Burns, resident manager; office in new Magoon building. 0lj4iv5jvj53j.5vj) : t t . WHEN YOU WANT A :MESSENGER: CALL UP American Messenger 1. Telephone .J J jxnnounce' ment 3 g? 0 0 QN AND AFTER this date, we will give a discount of onesthird on all class ical and popular sheet music, thus making the price low as can ras found anf' H where in the , United States, Respectfully, TJefgstrom Music Co THIS WEEK A SCPERB USE OF Ladies' Silk Waists and Silk-Petticoats Thes garment? embody the latest ideas; are correct in style, perfect in finish, and appeal to ladies of refined taste. WAI SKI Telephone -1"16 -5 ;&VUdivo3tck VS U X. vt4A;t vlssauvin 3? X zh& The Lire Policies of the Grand Old $10 TO $20 each $10 TO $18 each CUhitney & mafsh, Iitd. 519fort Street. is this design unique ? Pacific Mutual are just as unique as this cut. Just think of a 20 payment life policy guaranteed paid-up iu 15 years, or qf a 15 payment policy paid-up in 12 years. This guarantee is backed by $20,000,000 mort thau the security given by auy other life insurance company. Policy provides increasing iusurauce yearly, as well as liberal loans and surrender values either in cash or paid-up iusurauce. It provides also for automatic extended insurance; in other words, more iusurauce for the same money, or the same insurance for less money thau given by auy other company on earth. F c slnillc policies turulslietl on niillc!Ltluti. CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, GENERAL MANAGEK FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 400 Fort Street. Honolulu, H. I. il 5 : ; & IDoney Back if Von Say Sot Some men wwir just what they please; others wear what other men affect There is a certain style which mosr men regard as proiter, and one must lc rich or hoiwlessly ioor to utterly ignore the dictates of fashion. . One great joint about our clothing which ought to npieaL to every man who would lie well dressed is that it is so well made and so eutirely ,in accord with the .right fashion without lieing cost'y. It has all the merchant tailor's distinctiveness: is. in fact, tailor-made;, hut-is much less expensive than the so-called custom-made apparel. -; - .-. JTf .! ' i? SUSPENDERS The top notch of excellence, the low water mark in prices; that's the way it is in our splendid furnishing department. As typical of values here, wc note today a strong line of MEN'S SUSPENDERS made of excellent elastic webbing of new designs, with leather-trimmed; cast off or nickel plated mountings j r equal in make-up to the usual 75c or $1.00 kinds. Price 50cts Per Pair THE ' KASH" 'a WO STORES, TWO STOCKS. P. O. Box 55S. an aid to digestion a tonic stimulant, aged in wood. H.HickfeId'4:GLW. J !! lores Betddfisafis..PzoMriv.Cic i yf Mf BoglfeminiwU u Rd the Honolulu Republican. .it. ' FM, l 4a wtk .2 "' &-V rfjjfr. .- i.v& c3a: 1 jrss SBCx."i3aHaastjSMifta!iJa fflK. TWO TELEPHONES, 00 and 070. 9 and 11 Hotel Street and Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. iifi Greenwood sour mash a pure old fashioned whiskey. a.