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-, r I James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FORTY years practice. References if J desired. All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and Repaired. OrncE With the Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 17fi to ISO S. King Street, Lincoln Block. Phono MAIN 27S. Residence Occidental Hotel. Phone 654. The Union Express Co., Office with Eveiiing?Bulletin. L zlO King Street -:- Telephono 86. Wo move safes, pianos and furniture. Wo haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. Wo meet all incoming coaststeatuers, we check baggage on all outgoing f Bteamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. 108 KING STREET. Q. J. WATiTKK, - - - Manago--. Wholesalo and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARH CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to a SUNDAYS: 9 to 11. Telephone G02. Aster Honse Restanrant Corner King 5: Alahea Strfcs. W I UTanlc cflrro1 of aJl lirtutc It il ' m. &. V First class in every detail AH CHUCK4 , Proprietor. rZ y& " " " $ "& A' 3r ? if THE HONOLULU RERUBUGA3T, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1900. 3 KONA DID GOOD IN KAU. MOTHERS AND TEACHERS CLUB. mmmmmzmmmirammmarm'jmm'ivm'mmmmmmmamrmnmmm VF "u. J ?j - v - V V PacifurfnipoFt Co Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street - jr : CHRISTMAS GOODS :- T 1 TE HAVE jnxt owned the most completestock of Christmas Goods, comprising fall lines lJ of every description of Toys for Boys and Girls; many useful articles for the little ones. Our flock of .Holiday Goods; conflating of the most useful articles for Holiday Presents for Ladies and Gentlemen is now'rea3y, for inspection. Onr prices no doubt you will find the lowest; Nee can convince yah. if you de? iru to call-' -We carry no old, left-over stock. Everything up-to-date, purchased 11 irectfron the manufacturers for spot cash, therefore our prices, you will see at once, are right. Wo like to call particular attention that we have thousands of articles for you to select from, no two alikel Dry Goods Department jl Ladles' Black Silk Waists We are now showing elegant lines of Silk and Satin Black Waists in the very styles. Ju&t the thing for this teasou. ' Ladies' Muslin Underwear "' .- If you are interested in that line we can give you l)ctter values and more reliable goods than you can Hud anywhere. Have , you seen our $1.00, $125, $1.50, $1.73 and $2.00 Ladies' Muslin Skirts with embroidery or liheu lace ? 0ir stock in Huer grades of skirts is so complete that we can pleate you in price and style. Ladies' Night Gowns We carry 30 styles, from the cheapest up to the finest grades. Children's Dresses, Infants' Gaps 1 K. Heelers, in white, all.sizes. . New Styles of Hats for Girls Infants' Complete Outfits Ladies' Underwear Excellent values at 12f(c. I :; h Ileal Lisle Vests, spcecial at Silk Vests, special at f ,....50c? Real Feather Cushions, fuu weight & lGinch, G0c, 18 inch, 75c, 20 inch, $1, 22 inch, $1.25, 24 inch, $1.50. Hosiery, Hosiery r; Just received, a complete stock of Hosiery. Special values: Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c Complete slock Lisle Thread Hosiery Tor Ladies, blisses and Children. Special sale Children's Hose, size 5J. to 8yz, 10c. and 12 'c. a pair. Blanket Sale Fiftv pairs of white, all wool. California blankets at $3.50 a pair reguhir $4.23 values. Window Curtains Portieres, Table Covers Just opened, 5 oises up-to-date stuff. Xo better assortment can be seeu anywhere. Sash Curtains The latest styles of material. Please call and see them. Boys1 Clothing DEPARTMENT "You funilMi Jho boy. We'll supply his clothing." , Our Boys' Washable Suits have given us tho leadership in this line. Colors absolutely fast. Our Boys' Wash Suits at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 are far superior to anything 6howu elsewhere. Just one look at them will convince you that they are tho best make you ever saw. No harm to see them; drop in when you are passing. Gasoline Enines amd HOISTSJ For all Kinds of Work (LAND' AND MAEINE) Running Pumps, eSynaios and Machinery (THE UNION ENGINE) . Sole Agents: THE VON IIAMM ir0MG CO. LTD. AILEY'S IKE ifs I yyy?yyyy5iyyyyyy?yys5ys?yyii5v Jelephow 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 and put in good shape; during this wet spell jou can spare it for a few days. Have the frame enameled. We can do you a job equal to factory work in apiwarance and far more durable than the"" average factory job. A pair of new pedals will add to the appearance of the wheel 25 per cent; cost but $1.50 upwards. Lamps from $1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price. GAS iAHPS REDUCED IN PRICE . , . SOmps 92.QQ Each, to Clear. Sole Agents Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires. BAILEY'S HONOLULU GYCLERY CI., Ltd. 227, 229 and 231 King Street. i- Tbi Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., , Has Removed. its Offices and Showroom to Street, -Makai Merchant. clK ' BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FIXTURES. al On and after August 9, all Electric Fixtures and Shaie now in!stock.will be sold at a GREAT SACRIFICE to make room for shipment to arrive pp x ;Mtttmmm$mmiKftttwfm&mmmti9m firS. (Cgu Afforded Plenty of Water to Run the Mill for few Days. KAC, Nor. Z. On the 14th we had good rains here, rained nearly all day. On the 15th it turned to a Kona and had strong winds all oar. The raia was a great help as it gave a? plenty of water for several days to ran the mills. Honuapo and Pahala mills are still grinding. Messrs. Millfong, Desha and PurdyJ ! passed through here on the 15t!i on their way to Kona. C. JL Walton, wife and son.are ex pected np this Manna Loa. They ire returning home after a three months' trip East. ADVERTISED LETTERS. Uncalled for letters remaining in the postoffice np to November 11: GcnttcsitKt Lltt. Austin, C J John Andrew. Henry Andrews. It K. Batt, J It Ifcmks, J B Baecker, A IJaruhart. Mr IJehnnan. II B'aekboiirn, F Hoyd, Itolicrt M IJrown. Jnmcrf Urov.n. Frank Itraily, Andrew-Brow n. George X Burt. John Hutlcr, Harrj Itnie. Jom?iIi Byrne, J J Csum, John W Campbell. John F Carroll. II Clark. Jno Clarke, F F Conjoin. Kdwin Cook, Jolui J Condon, Mr Cwkett. Patrick Conradt, L Davis Peter Diofoon. Mr rHllen. John Douglas. C C Dulwis. Peter F Hckha'rt. Max Clias W Enslii.li, flenry E-tell. Thomas Charlie Fair. James F Fair. Georjre Fultou, (lonlon Cay. Arthur Ma-fin. Sam Merritt, A C Miller. Carl Miller. Harry Mitchell, J X Minton, V Moore. J S Moore, J G Morgan. J A (2) Murllla. I. F 3Juller, G Murphy. Ed McColgan, It McCIellan. A J MeLain John McWilliams, John Xevin. J (2) Norton. C L Xott. James Xott, T Xorth, Henry F Paico. Bcnj Pierce. S E (2) Babe, It (2) Bangoon & Bir- mah, Mr B H L Morris Keniih. G W (3) Benth, George teuton. Henry II Bittenhouse C T Rhodes. II G (2) Richardson. J lichardson. Ernt Riorx'an. Jack Roys. Chas K Royc, E P Ro.ce. Geo V Rr.thwel). J W Bati. M Savage. Joseph Schlemmer, Max Shipping Co., S. K. Garrlock. Capt A Phenanl. J German. I B Shnlian. Daniel H Gear M liunk, Geoip Gibson, Jack Shiink, Geo W Gildea, C A Simerson. W K Graham, W F S!min. Mr Gregory, Walter II Smith, Frank M Halverwm, C Smith. C W Ilartman, M L Smith, C II Ilawley, George Smith. V ITejdtman. A "W Smith, TInrry Hewitt, George G J V Ilt'iim. .Mr f2) Smithies Mas T SMnoer John Holt, H - Stunrd V J Howe. George E TaMowith. II Hough. Earl B Thornhill. W II (2 HoppeK J ' Thompson. J E Ilorswill. C A Tople. Prince L Howard, James Tarner. L Hughes. "il'l' " Turner, h F Hughes. Tims II Hunter. John James, J K JhroliMen. E A Vandall. J M Vettlescn. Ive M Vincent. Thos E V&n Dcrn, E Jordan, William Warner, L C JohnsonJDavid Walker. Mr Johnson, f O Wanal.aka. Bele Kcarns. Ralph Washlourne Joy Kempe. Ernest Wanl. Geo E King. E F Weisslioin. Jacob Kinney; Rowell WVntworth, II B Knox.' Mr W'elN. Wnj I Henry White. Arthur Langeheim, E White. Alcn (2) Tgerstrom. C (.".) Willgeroth. II r.eern. Frank Withers, W J Lewis. Edward - Williams, E A Lewis, E L Williams, Ed Lennox. J Williams. O R Liegenffuss, C O Winn, W II Lowellf Johti Wilson. E J Love, James H Wolte. Mr Liming. J H Wohlers, J Lycetr, .Tas Wood. Henry Mainland, Harry Wright. Jas X Manasseh. Abe K Wright, II n Mannsseh. H - Wright, Henry Martinsen. A 3 ' PACKAGES. Moore, Herbert Shunk, Geo W Ladies' Window. ustin. Mrs C Miller, Mrs L $- Brown. Mrs C H Morrison. Mrs E Burdick, MJsss M LMolIerMrs E Burtnan. Miss S Miles, 'Mrs J Birdy. Mrs P More. Mrs E M Currie Mrs D McDowall, Mrs A arlon. Mrs E MeLain, Mrs M Collins. Mrs C W McCorriston, , Campbell, Miss M Mis F Cameron, Miss L GMcArdle, Mrs L Chambers. Mns J ArcCann. Mrs M riiarmel, Miss M AOIding. Mrs Tourson. Miss Piper, Miss E Davis. Miis Poulson. Mrs A Duffy. Mrs E Pall, Mrs F S Duffy, Mrs E D Phillips, Miss S Power, Mrs Jas A. Peterson, Miss E DowerT Miss Lucy 1 Richardson. Miss Parlinger. Miss S Rosick, .Mrs J Davis. Miss M Scheuermann, "tassel. Mrs J Mrs Jacob Davis Mrs S,- Sowback. Mrs Dunbar. 3Irr B Sullivan. Mrs KT F Eberborn. Miss M Sullenberg. Mrs O Ellis. Miss A Sumner. Mrs W Frassr. Mis M Stewart. Mrs G Florentine. Mrs Smith. Sirs W 5T Goslin. MLss G lackaberry. Miss G Hind, Miss V Thompson Rebecca niram. Mrs H Townscnd. Mrs nit Tessctr. Mrs P A Toriert.v Mrs C Janes, Miss M D (STelfisMrs P Tarrett. 3frs W" Tnllrman. Mrs J Krueser.Iis S. Unsworth, Mrs Waer, Mrs L M KanMeMiss M Walker, Mrs IV G Kin?. Mrs J A Waterman. Mrs J Knight Mrs F S Wheeler, Miss Lowell. Miss I Wood, Mrs E W Lowd, Miss Ida Wagner, Miss L Law. Mws Lala Winter. Mrs J W Meek. Mrs H PACKAGES. Dower, Mi LI Carlmo. Miss E Pleaw Mr foe "Airtrtbed Letten." ' - i ' JOS. M. OAT. FMtauter. Interesting Meeting Held at fnahti Preparatory School Yesterday. A meeting of the Mothers" aad Teachers Clab of Hosolola vas held yesterday aftemooa at tae Panahoc Preparatory school, at which about fifty of the members -were present. The object of this clab is to bring the home, kindergarten and primary school into closer relation, to make a study of the subjects closely allied to these institutions and to aid those who have the training of children to carry out the natural laws of child development. The paper of the afternoon was read by Miss Eisner on the value of Music in early education, and was excellent-Miss Lamb of Palama kindergarten sang Mrs. Frear's Thanksgiving song in a pleasing way. Miss Lawrence told a Thanksgiving story, suitable to the environment of the Hawaiian child, in a most entertaining manner. As Miss Lawrence told the story. Miss Helene Johnson of Punahou Preparatory school illustrated it with chalk at the blackboard. Miss Johnson has great ability in this line and her drawings added much to an already interesting story. At the close of the program dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. Frear. How to Treat a Troublesome Corn. To remove a troublesome corn or bunion: First soak the corn or buuiou in varm water to soften it. then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application. A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it trotn the shoe. As a general liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness and rheumatism. Pain Balm is uneoualed. For sale by Benson. Smith & Co., general agents. Territory of Ha- tW'M'l'M'HHl 1 ! I LADIES : I t you can get the latest styles in Hair Dressing at our phrLors We can give you any stylo you wish in MANICURING The card of the f SCHLP is onr specialty Our Hair Tonic will prevent the hair fulling out and is u sure cure for dandruff. The Misses De Lartigue 1085 Alakea Street Rear of Dr. Anderson's otlice Purdy & Baron SHIP CARPENTERS, Caulking, Smithing and General repair Shop. Ships weighs for small Schooner's. Scows built, repaired and rented. SHOP Sumner's Island. Honolulu, T. H. Telephono 806. P.O. BOX 262 Hawaiian Ballasting Co, NO. 16, QUEEN ST. H. l. EVANS, MANAQER. Foundation Stone, Curbing, Black and White Sand AND Soil of all Description foi Sale. Drays for Hire. "Lie" by Dame!!. Great in H'siiii!!! Is the CARBON PAPER that the, I Hawaiian News Co Lt'd., is distribut ing samples oL. A latgc stock of same reivdr by ;the Australia. Forfctlebr HAWAIIAN NEWS CO; UNITED. tt HONOLULU," OCTOBER 37th. i?oe. We Have This Day Appointed E. O. HALL & SON; Ltd. Sole Agents for the Territory of Hawaii For Cleveland Bicydes AMERICAN BICYCLE COMPANY. PerR. C. LENNIE. Cleveland Sales Dcpt., A Shipments of Men's -and Ladies CLEVELAND Bicycles with an assortment of extra parts were received by us per Zealandia and Queen. The Cleveland is a nood bicvcle. E. O. URUU & SON. Sole Rgts. J KISG STREET, HONOLULU. PER S. S. NIPPON MrYFtt! -We received a new Hue of- jy SilKs, Table Covers, Dollies, Pajamas, Kimo nas, LaGljer and flrntinioriy Ware of the latest psittenis. We invite yon to inspect thete goods whether you purchase or uot I ASADA & CO., Hotel St. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! FOR THIS WEEK HLL SILK GRENADINE Fine patterns; $2.50 and up per yard. SILK HND WOOL CREPON ! Socand up per yanl. NOTTINCHHM LHCE CURTKINS for 50c. and up per pair. LHDIES' SHOULDER CHPES A full line at 5.00 and up. These goods are all imported from Eiifjlnml. The Bargain Store ALBERT BLOM, Proprietor Opposite the Fire Station Fort and Beretania Streets Theo. H. Dairies & Co.. Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS 02 GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AGENTS FOR Canadian-Australian Steamship"Lino, ' Lloyds, British & Foreign MarineInsuranceJCo. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Lino of Packetsfrom Liverpool. vyw GQlfNKf." Do Your Mattresses Sag? If so bring them to us; we can make them as good a3 new at a very small cost. Old Ice Factory, Young St. Stibscrme for The Rpblican h ?JZ i ' V-" ' w - -," r 'r S v, . j& ijftra. -? f85. ? j :L.