Newspaper Page Text
yyyOOOOOvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyr . -' AGENTS F"OFR HANAN & SONS' 5 "3r: a - -.-ar took First Prizo at the Mdnerny's OGXXAXKf&sOOO(A 0mivKmJf' &tHHflB. Miss M. E. Hotel Street, Arlington Elock. Woolen BlanKsts and W. Comforters W JUst in Time for the Gold Weather Comforters. 8 We hnxo them at all $ prices. Our cheapest is t Si. 50, we also have some tilled with down at $6.50 i and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. Pillows. A good quality. 22x22 $1.25 lSxlS 75 14x14 Filled with Silk Floss oovoo - a AA ttf Am B A A A A A & A&AABA 1W1Q' 14x11 T. . .25 Come andinspect them; they, arojeallyljgqqflj values. 1 The Genuine ScrLVen's N -& ? i( .JVvJf I tiG vSeam Seth'aTvery "clrawer We claim that tliis drawer is in the market. -MW-, 75 cents per pair rei;ier4 - fi Z.- A. . - X- Pi ... . gr t T ?ls4 pamed for Cornfort y - pamed or pit $ wrv ?.. -. fYeat, Snappy, DqsirabI? In Hade for U 82350175 Jimes ZT)d places v This Greatest of American Shoes x Paris Exposition Shoe Store ARE WHAT YOU IRE AFTER We can satisfy you in our new stock of FALL MILLINERY As wo bavo the latest Parisian' Styles. Wo cordially invite all the Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our goods. Killean 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. Pvincushions. W;e "have them in all sizes, small and largo. ILvou want to make one, jvc have them as small i sizes -'as- 4x4 inch. o "- Dravtfefs is marked "Scrivens. ' : farrior to;anyUiiiig;j: or $8:60 llozen. fr?WgC3$$SSfcJS Z -OA i- ,.V-I fcC,."" THE- HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JiOYEMBER 23,a190Q. iNfews o fie Courts, , Psoaokalani, who is named as a la the ejectment suit of E. 7d. MaVuina ts. F3nny Strauch et al his filed a disclaimer of any right, title or interest in the premises mentioned in the complaint. Fanny Strauch comes in with a demurrer based upon Ptatntory grounds. James A. Lor a cousin of David W. Low. deceased, has filed a petition for letter? of administration in the estate. December 31st is set for the hearing. Emii Cornelius Peters, late of the bar of California, has applied for admission to the bar of the territorial supreme court. Thomas Ray Keywortfa. executor of the will of Eliza Luce, has filed an inventory of property amounting to $S,-430. The circuit court jurors were this morning excused from further attendance until Tuesday morning. But His Suite Enjoyed It. From the Chicago News. An amusing story is told of Li Hung Chang in connection with his visit to Europe in 1S36. Out of respect to the memory of General Gordon, the chancellor placed a wreath at the foot of his monument in Trafalgar square. The Gordon family were desirous of showing their appreciation of that act, and at last one of Gordon's nephews, a great lover of dogs, hit upon the idea of sending Li Hung Chang a prize bulldog of which he was the owner. The dog was sent just as Li Hung Chang was returning to his own country- Some months later a letter was received from the chancellor, in which he thus expressed his thanks: "I was much touched by the splendid present you were good enough to make me; the beast was magnificent. Unfortunately, my digestion is not equal to such a delicacy, but my suite enjoyed it thoroughly." W. E. BIVENS REAL ESTATE STOCKS AM) BONDS All Island Stocks ttoimht and Sold on Commission. Orders promptly attended to. FOR SALE. Lots on Fort St Lots on King SL Lots on Beretania SL Lots on Klnau St. Lots on Lunalilo St Lots on Wilder Ave. Lots op Spencer St Lots on ProsDeut St Lots at Manoa. Lots at Punabou. Lots in McCulla tract Lots at Waikiki. Eight acres land Nuuanu Valley, cheap. Lots on the Installment plan. Houses and lots, everywhere and prices to suit 5-room house and lot on installments S3.000 G-room house and lot, easy terms 33,500 house and lot on Installments 3-4,000 10-room house and lot, terms to suit I have bargains in houses and lots, all sizes, shapes and prices, and will take pleasure in showing any or all of them. I have what you want if you will let me know what it is. FOR EXCHANGE. A beautiful corner 200x200 feet situated in the best residence section of Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar stocks, Kihei. McBryde, Waialua or any other of the old line of dividend paying stocks. This is an excellent chanco 'to make an exchange to your advantage. BIXG UP THOXE 806. Corner Kinc aud Bethel Streets. ALLEN DUNN'S PLAN TO ADVERTISE HONOLULU. Would Issue a Little Brcchure Setting Forth the Many Charms cf these Islands. Following the suggestion of The Republican that Hawaii ought to make a bid for tourist travel and do something to advertise the territory and the city of Honolulu. 3Ir. Allen Dunn is endeavoring to interest the merchants and business- men of Honolulu In getting out a brochure "A Little Story of Hawaii." 3Ir. Dunn's plan is to place the and descriptive matter in the form of bright attractive letters purporting to have been written by a visitor to a friend in the states. Mr. Dunn sets forth his ideas In the last number of "Xaked Truth which he Is conducting during ilr. Clement's absence in the states. In it he says- "The local papers are waking up to the necessity of bidding for the tourist trade. The Republican, as evidenced in another column, again returns to the charge, while the Bulletin points pithily to the fact that while the steamship and railroad companies are spending his money in advertising the country, our own people, who will be the most benefited, have to all appearances allowed the tourist trade to drop from the schedule of serious consideration. The urgent need for some kind of advertising is apparent. The Republican evidently considers the situation up to the Chamber of Commerce. It must, however, be remembered that the Chamber of Commerce, while a merchants' organization, has never yet had such calls upon its resources to warrant its being the possessor nt money sufficient to father attractive ly dressed and what must of a necessity be somewhat costly advertising. "The solution to the problem could be reached by some of the talented advertising men of this city getting out an illustrated and well written brochure. The scheme could be fathered by the Chamber of Commerce and the expensps born by the merchants of the city contributing some small amount or by placfng an advertisement within the cover3. A fixed edition could be guaranteed and a free distribution made on the steamers and-railroad offices and :n all the prominent hotels of the Northwestern States. Mr. Dunn proposes to issue not less than 5,000 copies of the brochure, and 10,000 if the patronage will warrant it, and distribute them throughout the northern states placing them in the leading libraries, hotels, club rooms and large depots throughout the country. It is a work that should be encouraged as it will result in good for Honolulu. . Busiue&s men will tell jou v v that an ad iu The Republic- ? ? an brings good results be- cause the-people read it. NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED s While Eiinuioled lion Beds from $7. Wool Mattresses the ery thing for comfort and health this wet weather, double, ?4 ; single, ?2.."0. Wire Springs from .3. Wool Pillows, Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows. Straw Tillows. Excelsior Pillows. Meat Safes. Ice Ghests Refrigerators, Bookcases, Chiffoniers, Ete:isiou Table. Baby Cat rinses. Baby Chairs. Hatthels. Wrenches, and eery descriptu i.f Hammers, Levels, Planes, Rules Files. Wrenches, ami ceie destriction of HARDWARE, at that Defy Competition. Circulating Library, books lent to read, ."k. per olume. V L. S. Mathews & Son SO (late 2G) Beretania St. .Between Xuuanu and Fort Streets Contractors & Builders General Business Agency. AH kinds of laborers' supplies. CURB STONES On hand readv to supply. Postotlice Box 87S." T. HAYASni, ATanager. King Street, near Liliha (Ewa side.) Store , Manager : : : : Telephone 846 STBEET. ClUDLES and CARRIAGES. and Embalming. o a 0. HAMMAN. iCity Furniture H. H. WILLIAMS, Love Building:, Nos. 534-536 FOBT A. new line of BABIES' CRIBS, V J Parlor. Bedroom and "Dining Tin, Special attention paid to Undertaking WHIPS WHIPS WHIPS Per ST. S. Quen 75 dozen whips of all styles and grades Prices from 25 -cents to $10. Dozen lots at reduced prices. We also received a full 15 n of Harness Supplies. ID. LINCOLN BLOCK. f " TELEPHONE 96 NO. K. KING STREET P. O. BOX 791 r "H?t v H PERSONALS. It -- Call for your December Delineators at Mrs. Hanna"s. Kinjr street, between Fort and Alakca. Troant officers captured three native boys playing seven-eleven on the-water front yesterday. Wagonettes, tandems, four-in-hand, for moonlight etcursiqa parties, at the Territory Stables. King St.. Main . The stock books of the Pioneer Mill Company will be closed to transfers from November 25th to December 1st. both days inclusive. The stock books of the Oahu Sugar Company. Ltd., will be closed to transfers from November 26th to December 1st. both days inclusive. The steamer time tables of the Oriental S. S. Co- PacifieMail S. S. Co. and the Canadian-Australian S. S. lino arc now published regularly in this paper. See shipping page. The tenth assessment of ten per cent on the assessable stock of the McBryde Sugar Company. Ltd- is due on December 1st and payable at the office of Theo. H. Davies & Co. Ah Tim, the Chinese hack driver, who was in police court yesterday for heedless driving, was acquitted. He produced evidence that showed that a newsboy ran into him, instead of vice versa. The First National Bank of Hawaii at Honolulu has given up the intention of going into the Stangenwald building on Merchant street, and has leased the corner on the ground floor of the Mclntyre building to be erected at Fort and King streets. A Great Medicine. "I hae used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea Remedy and find it to be a sreat medicine," says Mr. E. S. Puipps of Poteau Ark. "It cured mc of bloody flux. I cannot speak too highly of it" This remedy always wins the cood opiuion, if not praise, of those who it. The quick cures which it effects een in the most seere case make it a faxorite everywhere. For sale by Benson. Smith & Co- general agents. Territory of Hawaii. Pantheon Shaving Sirs. I). W. Roach Parlor C.A Illihllnscr. Hotel Street, Xc.ir Fort. fe: NED HOT -BATHS- COLD G. H. BROWN SANITARY PLUHBER, Estimate made on everything in the plumhiug line. OHico Territorial Stables Building, King Street. PHONE MAIN 48. 4 ! ! ...Tlie Rotel Grieve! Printing Co. WILL FURNISH ARTISTIC PRINTING, UP-TO-DATE BINDING, FIRST-CLASS JOB WORK, PLANTATION STATIONERY Of AH Kinds. At Short Notice . . . WE PRINT, H- RULE OR BIND Letter Heads, Bill Heads, -:- Statements, Envelopes, Cards, Programs, Invitations, Circulars, Posters, Pay Rolls, Manifests, Plantation Blanks, Calendars, . Expense Accounts, Diaries. Bank Blanks Ledgers, Cash Books, Journals, Blank Books, 5 :Check Books, Invoices, Bank Books, Stock Books and Record Books r 'OFFICE-COMPLETE IN EVEP.T BRANCH. Having succeeded to the old established business of the late Robert Grieve, It will be oar aim to uphold the repatatlom so long held by him for 4 work in every departmentof tie Printing Ofice. while oar Is- creased facilities enable to fill orders at much shtrtor -s-- "" Uce thaa heretofore. x. g r w THE PEOPLE'S 1 S. Ms LUdlTED. JOBBERS "b. RETAILERS 'yOU CAiS INVARIABLY BUY FBCDI JS, A single yard or Article at loss than Wholesale prices. There is certainly no one store, or combination o stores, can quote prices that vc cannot match and oftimes go one better. All that we ask is, that the Ladies Examine Our STOCK-:- We have sutltuient confidence in the Styles and Qualities of Our Wares to know that it is utterly impossible to match them, let alone boat them. We have some genuine surprised in values in Every Department I. S. Saclis Dry (H? """ - ?to 1 ir vm yNST p I -yr nv I y OUR STOCK OF BtJGGIES, PBLffiJTONS SURREYS, RUNABOUTS is larger and more complete than nny other stock in Honolillu We also carry a full line of Delivery and Express Wagons, Farm Wagons, Dump Garts, Etc., Etc., Etc. We invite you to inspect our. stock whether you ii .want to buy now or later. We are Sole Agent for the STUDEBAKER GOODS. Q. 5CHUriAN Jferchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets. BELTlORdL T0TJMO STREET, bet. AUpai and , IkemaLM Square. Newly furnished rooms with board. Also table board. Telephone Blua 3371- PROVIDERS Dry Goods Co. ! i i 1 GoodsCo, Ltd. I si a ?4I Silent Barber Sbop I szrzsr KdtST.CIVaS basbsks. rllBCtes Keek. : Hotel 8t JCMSPB FXJUT AVSXZ. ttr.