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IY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Cemetery Proposition Seem to Be
PromUino Methods of Investment
In the Vicinity of Honolulu Local
At the executive council yesterday
Governor Dole read a communication
from Mr. Pain of the Tramways Company,
asking that the land proposed
to be used for cemetery purposes at
D;amond Head ue put up at public
fajctlon, with right of way lor me
Tramways to extend Its lines. No
action was taken on this application.
J A. McCandless read a letter from
F J Dorry on the ume subject. Mr.
Ikrry represents the rather up-in-the-a
r Tearl Harbor Cemetery, which protects
against the sale of Diamond
Head lands for less than' their present
value. The price which the
Rapid Transit Company shall pay for
tr cemetery site at Diamond Head
w. 1 determine the price of lots, and
tr s fact moves the Pearl Harbor
tn protest against too small a fig-i
"wing agreed upon.
G vernor Dole reported that Mr.
T ' who had been appointed district
r.igitrate at Koloa, Kauai, some time
K refaed to accept the place, and
f Mr Kekoa has been appointed in
' r'lace. He bogins his duties De-
t " '. r 1st.
r, pernor Dole road a petition from
U . iku, signed by seventy men, ask-
''-- permission to form a company of
J nal Guards. No objection was
"' i to the petition.
A' application- for a retail liquor
!-(ii from D. 1. Meyer of "Wailuku
r, -( --ail by Mr. Lansing. The
n wns accompanied by a potition
Krcl by a number of citizens. The
i . irl refused to grant the license.
Pfiff Baldwin of Wailuku was on-T
f '1 to having the license issue.
Mr McCandless exhibited a map
'. wing the building owned by Soren-
n and Lyle on the line of the pro-p
( 1 extension of the beach road.
Sf-rotary Cooper was authorized to
piblish notices of the two holidays.
Thanksgiving on Novomber 29th. and
Hawaiian Independence Day, November
The Htoam boiler used on the street
roller on King street exploded
The boiler had been in use for
twenty-five years, and age had
d It until it was too thin to stand
tho pressure. A piece the size of a
man s hand uas knocked out by tho
Tho New Little Girl.
iVom tkc A'cic York Evening Sun.
Whore nrc the matinee girls of
Married many of them, nnd
incnpncitnted by the moderate incomes of
inoHt joutiR couples from hncrificing the
dollnrx ujon the joint dramatic and
nltnw an they used to sacriGce. Tho
life of New YorVn thetttre audiences U
Jn no raw, Joiijc. They change about
ewry nix .enr a tdiorter time limit
than the human body, to which in
net en year. Hut tin matinee audience
doesn't lite long iik this. If it
chnnpcK more often it reflects more readily
uliateter in characteristic of the theater
foer of the times. Already this
matinee crowd hliows a distinct departure
from its Kten men
hate observed it. It consists in the mini-Ut
of little girls, joungsters from 11 to
14, that now throne the matinees; There
hate lecn children at the theaters before
this, but never in mich n wholesale quantity.
Neter did the last or the beginning
or the middle .tears of any century .see
juM this kind of little girl, as is revealed
to us by the uutumn of 1000. They are
not little girls at all. they are imitation
.toting ttotnen, with their clothes made exactly
like their mothers' and grown-up
motors: their hair worn as much ns possible
in the Name way; their boots
their tery walk copied nfter their
elders and if anything is unworthy copying
it is that walk. You bee little girls
holding up thir short skirts with one
hand in imitation of the way grown women
do. Their opera glasses, their gloves,
their fans, nil are n miniature copy of the
grown-up article. Their talk is all after
the grown-up conversational model : n
mlxup of things superficial, artificial and
largely vulgar. Every matinee audience
this fall has been remarkable for its representatives
of tthat we are forced to believe
is the latest detelopmcnt of the little
Little Known Tobaccos.
From V. S. Tobacco Journal
Among the little known tobaccos of the
world are those of Manchuria and Mount
Ijehauon. Manchuria tobacco is said to
be highly priied throughout China, while
the local consumption is enormous. Travelers
say that the inhabitants of
Utth men and womeu. legin to
miioVo from the age of S or 0, and
ttuue the practice to the end of their
The tobacco of Mount Lebanon is that
which finds mot favor among the devout
Arabs. Travelers in that p?rt of tho
world describe it rs being exceedingly
mild and fragraut. The dealers who follow
the hajj to Mecca and Medina always
supply themselves abundantly with Lebanon
tobacco before starting out. and no
looty is so welcome to the Bedouin
of the desert as a cargo of tin
Perhaps the most trying part of tho
photographic operator's life Is tho
handling of children, yet Miss Hasklns
with Infinite skill seems to find no difficulty
In the matter.
It is surprising the variety of poses
the little ones are led into by her skillful
handling, all so natural and delightful.
Miss Hukins has a style of her
own, and her efforts are highly appreciated
by those who are competent
King Bros, are to be. congratulated
on bavin secured her services in their
new enterprise. '
The governor directs that notice be
given that Wednesday, the 2Sth of
November, being a legal holiday, all
public oSces will be closed.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol. Honolulu, Nov. 23, 1S00.
SCHOOL HOLIDAY NOTICE.
The public schools throughout the
Territory of Hawaii will be closed on
Thursday, November 25th (Thanksgiving
Day), and Friday, November
The public schools will close for
the Christmas vacation on Friday,
December 21st, and reopen on Monday.
By order of the Department of Public
C. T. RODGERS, Secretary.
regulation regarding the
interment of the dead in
the District of Honolulu.
Whereas That there having been no
place preiwreil for burial of the dead
as required by law at the expiration of
the iwriod set. Octolier 1, 1900, and n
extension of time having been granted
fqr such burial permit until cemeteries
as by law -e
available, and now that such feasible arrangements
are an accomplished fart,
Resolved. That no permit for interments
kiiall lw sranteil within the city
limits except to thoe already iwesbi:ig
This regulation idinll go into effect
from and after the day of
A. D. 1001. C. 15. WOOD,
President Board of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. T, 1000.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The stock books of the PIONEER
MILL COMPANY, Ltd., will be closed
to transfers from November 2Gth unt'I
December 1st, next, both dates inclusive.
H. A. ISENBERG,
Treasurer Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The stock books of the OAHU
SUGAR COMPANY, Ld. will be closed
to transfers from November 2Cth until
December 1st, next, both dates inclusive.
H. A. ISENBERG,
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given that the tenth
assessment of ten (10) per cent ($2
per share), levied on tho assessable
stock of the McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.,
is due on December 1st, 1900, and will
be delinquent on December 15th, 1900.
Stockholders will please make prompt
payment at the office of Messrs. Theo.
H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
TREASURER McBRYDE SUGAR
The adjourned annual meeting of the
stockholders of Wilder's Steamship Company
will take plnce at the company's of-
lice in this city on Monday morning, at
10 o'clock, November LH.th. 1000.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
Uouolulu, Nov. L'Otli, 1000.
NOTICE TO OLH STOCKHOLDERS.
The B. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd., having
taken the agency of the Olaa Sugar
Company, Limited, all assessments due
ou the stock of that company are now
payable at the office of taid Tlte B. F.
Dillingham Co., Ltd., and all transfers
of btock will le made through that office.
J. P. COOKE.
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Nov. ID, 1000.
Dr. J. H. Raymond will occunv tem
porarily part of the office of Dr. W. J.
Galbralth, corner Beretania and. Ala-kea
streets. Office hours, 10 to 12 a.
m. Telephone 204.
Election of Officers.
The following were elected officers
of the Honolulu Brewing and Malting
Co. for the ensuing year, at the annual
meeting Jield November 20th,
1900: A. Hocking, president; E. a
Hobron. vice-president; Edgar Hal-stead,
treasurer; L. Schweitzer, secretary;
J. T. Crowley, auditor.
L. SCHWEITZER, Secretary.
-UT. (i. IRUlff 8;o. CTD.
Wm. Q Irwin. . . ..President & Manager
Claus Spreckels ...First
W.M.OlffMd Second Mee-Prea.
H. M. Whitney, Jr TreM. k. Sect.
Geo. W.Ross Auditor,
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THE HONOLULU BEPOBUCAN, HUDJLY, KOVEMBfcR 23, 1900.
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WASTED Furnished room, with or
without board, for couple. Addrsss
"G," Republican ofSce.
WASTED Two farnLsaed rooms, with
or without board, for three persoes.
Address "G, Republican office.
WASTED To rert furnished house,
close in; moat have three bed rooms;
good opportunity for parties going
away to secure AJ. tenant. Call or
address E. S. Gill, Republican office.
I-Oil IlEZT Two new brick stores
plate glass front, on Hotel streec
Apply to J. Oswald. Lotted, New Eng
FUlt SALK One uandaome Crown
in perfect order with harp and
mandtlin accompaniment. Has U.vn
used only five times. Can be had it
a reasonable price by applying at th
LOST A safe key and a key.
Reward for return to The Republican.
LOST A bay horse with a white spot
on left fore shoulder has been lost.
Horse is the property of Robert Parker,
Jr.. and if returned to the police
station a reward will be paid.
LOST By accidental gate opening, i
large bay-colored Californian mare;
weight about 000 lbs.; faint star ou
forehead; fat condition; a little
or irritation on face, but hearing,
right hind foot a little white. Finder
please notify police station and reward
will be paid.
STOLES From in front of Chas.
Lind's restaurant, Nuuanu street, a
black pacer horse in saddle; white
siiot on forehead and branded "T-C"
(connected) on right hind leg. Liberal
reward if said animal is returned to
For Sale !
THE PRICES HE RIGHT.
ONE PACING TEAM.
ONE PACING SINGLE DRIVER.
TEN HEAD HACK HORSES.
ONE FAMILY CARRIAGE TEAM.
The nliote ar; all guaranteed sound,
crntlc, young animals.
Also several and better Roadsters.
Two lots 50x100.
One lot 100x100 on which is a house'
containing six rooms. For particulars
apply to DAVTD K. UNAUNA,
Wilder S. S. Warehouse, Esplanade.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS
H. J. Nolte Las just received a new
lot of celebrated
FIVE CENT CIGARS.
Now York Capadura's, "Washington
Allston, Union de Cuba,
Grand, Republic, Figaro, Jackson
Key "West Cigars, Xa Deliciosa
and El ilas Noble.
H. J, NOLTE,
BISHOP & CO.,
Office at banking building on Mer
Savings Deposits will be received
and interest allowed by this Bank at
l per cent, per annum.
Printed copies of the Ru es and Regulations
maybe obtained on application.
BISHOP & CO.
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NOTICE ti mat AKKTE6TS
K. W. QmiBH. 115 UnkHt street, is
to tBrmlsh stisMiss oa list ctess
Win. Savidge & Co.
13,500 House and lot on Li Ufa SC.
56xllS; 6 rooms.
15,000 House and lot on College 3L,
75x125; house contains 7 room.
55,000 House and lot on Alexuder
13,300 House and lot on Vineyard SL.
$3.600 House and lot on Yoon SL.
$6,500 House and lot on Youn SL,
10 rooms. 30x140.
$2,900 House and lot at Kali hi, 77
$2,750-House and lot on Alapai SL;
$2,600 House and lot on Kinau SL,
$1,000 Large lot at Kalihi, 77x150.
$3,900 House and lot at Kalihi, 15&X
$5,500 Business property on Fort SL,
$5,000 Lodging house In centtr of city.
$7,500 Investment at Kewalo; month
ly income $110.
$4,200 Leasehold on Beretanla. SL; 2
large stores; 20 years to run.
$7.500 Large lot with buildings on
Punchbowl SL; brings in $90
?5,000 House and large lot on Queen
$1,400 Lot on Queen SL, 50x100.
SS.500 Large lot with 6 cottages;
monthly income $125.
$1,250 Large lot at Kalihi; 105x103.
?C,500 Elegant residence, 225 fL front,
on Makiki St.
$5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near
Lunalilo Home, 120x150; a
$4,000 Leasehold on Beretania SL; 39
years to run; net income $90
900 Leasehold with building on
Fort SL; S years to run.
Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama;
all sizes and prices.
Lots onAustin Lane, Palama; all sizes
Lots at Kunawal off Liliha and Judd
Sts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from $575 up, accord
ing to location.
$4,000 Large warehouse at Kewalo;
$4,000 Leasehold of city front lot on
Queen SL, near Fish Market
wharf; 24 years to run.
A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama.
Possession given on the 1st of October.
Three summer residences near city,
at Tantalus, Pearl City and Niu.
WM. SAVIDGE & CO.
Real Estate Agent, 206 Merchant SL
Dealer in Real Estate,
223 Merchant St.
Offers Sale Lots in the Following
A few large choice lots with unequaled
view; terms easy; price-.; from $1,750
to $2,000 per lot.
Various lots 50x100 feet al $2o0 to
$400 each, according to location ; terms
$25 per lot down, balance in monthly
installments of $10 per lot each month.
NUUANU TRACT ADDITION.
toST OPENED AND DIVIDED INTO
LARGE LOTS of different sizes, which
I will sell on easy monthly installments
with a small cash payment down.
These lots are almost level and have a
rich soil, producing anything anybody
may want to plant. They are only a
couple of hundred feet from Nuuanu
avenue and of easy access. A 'bus
runs to the premises. This is a rare
chance to get a good home cheap.
Five lots on lane just above the Queen
Near Kamehameha schot Is Three Inside
lots on a 25 feet wide street on easy
monthly installments; cheap.
A lane lot with a fine view oa a good
street; price $1,200; terma
A magnificent large corner lot with fine
view In tbe choicest part of Kahili;
half cash, balance at your own terms.
This' is a real bargain.
Four adjoining" lots; aggregate area lOOz
200 feet; suitable location for warehouse;
cheap for caVu
large lot oa Kiag street.
One aad of aa acre of Wad
between Liliha street aad laaaae Asylum
road, clo to Kiss street,
noa far a Urge aaihw af cottage.
A hmianw site oa
J. II. FISHER M.,
Members of Honolulu Exchange
Stock and Bond Brokers
411 FORT STREET,
Advances Made on Approved Security!
PACIFIC TIL4ASFER CD
227 King St., Kext to Bailey's
E.VPBESS WAGONS. DJRA.YS, LUMBER
WAGONS axd DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TRUNKS, FURNITURE axd SAFES
TEtEPHOXE - - SLUXSo
Importers and Dealers !n -
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers, and
Metal and Glass Lamps,
Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil, Cylinder oil, Dynamo oils, etc.
Powder, Shot and 'Caps, Agricultural
House Furnishing; Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions
Table Cutlery etc.
Plantation Supplies oi
Hart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt Cutting; Rubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, etc
Made of steel and will last longer and
give better satisfaction than any
Orders from the other Islands son-
cited and promptly filled
Wm. G. I r win & Co
Offer for Sale:
Cube and Granulated.
PARAFME PAIST CO.'S
Paints, Compounds and Building
Lucol Raw and Soiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside
and outside; in white and
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar
cane and coffee.
N. Oulandt & Co.'s chemical Fertil
izers and finely ground BonemeaL
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
SEMENT. LIME & BKJCKS
ESTERN SUGAR BFjflNTSG CO,
Sat Frandsco, Cal
BAU) WIN LOCOMOT. EWORKS,
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO,
(Mas!. Case Sfcreddsr")
New York, U.S. A.
OHLAKDT k CO,
Saa Frafieiaeo, CaL
RI8DON IRON AND LOOOMOTIVK
The CClhite Hoase
Up to Date.
With Pointed Sleeves
Crown Tailor made Waists with the
Latest Collar. These Waists are
New and very Stylish.
1 Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd. jj
Your fancy and
W. D. AND 1 0. WILIS'
For a cool, delicious
smoke try their
GOODS flSS'Ji, Ltd".
how we Satisfy it with
Bristol ami London, England,
Celebrated Itauuls of Tobacco.
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Co. Ltd. Agts.
best obtainable, Hi
sold at most
supplies you Hi
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embodying the Hi
AND SUPPLIES CO. Hi
Montgomery Street, tii
News Co., Ltd. tii
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