Newspaper Page Text
r XXXXXKPPOOPO9PPPP3PX3 HANAN & SONS' A good quality. OOvOO K .k We Pillows. 1 ittW3 -..1.25 18x18 '0 14x14: ' oO Filled with.Silkloss oovooi s 4mp? .75 M8xl ....... .. -0 14x14 -25 .Come and iuspoctnthem; Uievr i are! .really. J good h . pamed for Qornfort Famed for pt ffeat, Snappy, Dirabl? fTlade for UI Seasons Jimes aod places This Emtist f iuricu S.hs took First Prize at the Paris Exposition iMGlnernf s Shoe Store "jRUJES WD 5TYIES JHT V opiifiE ABE WHAT YOU fiRE IFTER Wo am featibfy you in our new tock of FALL MILLINERY As vo have the lutest Parisian Styles. We cordially invite all the lmdiosjif Honolulu to call and inspect our goods. Miss M. E. Killean ' Hotel Street, Arlington lilock. Woolen Blankets and Blankets. VSi W Comforters ap JUst in Time for the Gold Weather Wo Comforters. have them at all prices. Our cheapest is $1.50, wc also have some filled with down at 6.50 and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. $4.00. Buys a nice pair white Woolen Blankets, assorted color borders. We have them to suit all pockctbooks. Get a beauty made in California for $7.00. Pincushions. We have them in all sizes, small and large. If you want to make, one, J frM we nave them as .small ft sizes as , w 4x4iitcn: tiG Seam Drawers values. ihrt The (GenUinerSGiiiVen';s H claim that tfiis drajiilfegsuplriQr tpfanytliing' ,auuthcuiiarkeUi .75 cents per pair or $8.50 dozen. y j J J?!". - 5f cfr tr pjpgftjtfclt'teQtlftfi -"""?"" "" i - .1 I.; ' ": - : - ijewi . & "? ES t . .raV,WJKH1""'!M')a8i 2 tuitjnkju ism ? t: ?an ,m t . i I ".?.. . g umiiiiiHfrrfrmi "5.. TTE f J1 v .' T1'K I, XT ' V Sf ""-. V. J ', A - -5- .-- v - - "S . THE HONOLULU REPUBLICS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1900. INK NEAIOT SUPS FN HE MCffK TUIE Keel LaW far Tkw Vessel of Thirty- three Thousand Ton Displacement Larger Than Deutchland.. . NEW LONDON (Coon.), Noverabcr 1S. Actaal work began this week on the laving of the keels to the mammoth Iron steamships to be bailt for (the Great Northern Railway at the works of the Eastern Shipbuilding Comoanr at Groton. opposite New Lon don. There was Issued from the office of the company to-day an authoritative statement regarding the size of the ships, which show them to be the largest vessels in the world now building or planned. The new vessels will te of 20.000 tons register and 33,000 tons displacement, or just 10,000 tons more displacement than the new Atlantic greyhound Deutschland. The" new rtMmers. which are being built pri marily for cargo carriers, are not as long as many Atlantic liners, but are much and deeper. The follow ing are the principal dimensions of the vepsels: Length. C30 leet; beam, 73 feet; depth. 5G feeL They have each five continuous decks, extending the whole length of the ship, with three additional partial decks amidships. PnsKmrers as well as freight will be carried, and accommodations are provided for nearly 1000 passengers in thrpo classes. The vessels will nave a speed of fourteen knots an hour and will carry over 4,000 tons of coal in their bunkers. They are designed io carry cattle, chilled or frozen meats in n frigerator chambers, fruit or any kin of cargo that may appear for tran portation. It is estimated that when completed the-steamships will cost $3,000,000. and they will run from the Pacific Coast to Oriental ports in connection with the Great Northern Railway. Cloud Photographs. The demand for the best in photo- uranhv has been met by King Bros, in their latest productions of cloud ef fects, finished in platinum. Familiar and beautiful scenes sur rounding Honolulu are now made ?n the most attractive form. This is made possible by a discov er" which permits treatment of the or dinary plate in such a way as to make them sensitive to certain color rays absolutely necessary in making perfect cloud photos. No means are spared in the production of these pho tos and it is a pleasure to note that their efforts are being appreciated. ----. $ 8 THE TWt News of the Courts, A decree postponiEg tke sm! cf property in Ike bill of partition of Lillian Lee Newtoa vs. George until December 5, was sigsed yesterday In the Circuit Coart- W. H. Pain. Alexander Carrie and H. R. Hitchcsck have Sled deEiarrer to the tHssolnfioVs,br(Uht ,by W. F. C Hasson. -- BANKS IN NEW POSSESSIONS. WASHINGTON, November 15. The fiiles of the Controller of the Currency contain a long list of names of capitalists who want to obtain authority to establish national banks in our new possessions. Many applications -ace submitted with no intention of actually doing business, but merely for the par-pose of securing the necessary It is said that out of the entire lot only one has so far amounted to any thing. Onlrone national bank has been I tablisked in the new possessions, the first National Bank of Honolulu, of which Cecil M. Brown of San Francisco is president and Isaac N. Seligman of New York is a member of the board of directors. It is interesting to note that I thf nnmo nf D n n.oll .Tr nntwars ! among those who have applied for authority to establish national banks Rico. A complete list to date of applicants for Hawaii is as follows: Perry S. Heath. District o f Columbia; E. W. Andrews, Seattle; Hardel L. Crissey of Little Valley, N. Y.; R R- Odell of Minneapolis; Albert Raas. San Francisco; Logan C Murray, Louisville: W., EL Steel, Minneapolis; Henry Rochler, San Francisco: Bishop & Co., Honolulu; F. B. Greary, Honolulu; J. W. Seligman & Co.. New York. The Mariposa Lafe. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 20. Owing to the delay In arrival in New York cf the fcteamer bringing mails for the steamship Mariposa the mails will not reach San Francisco until Thursday. Therefore the sailing of the Mariposa has been postponed from Wednesday, the 21st inst., at 3 p. m.. to Thursday, November 22. at 4:30 p. m. U. , iVnd an entirely "new ?MtVTPMii S. AND EUROPEAN MAILS Will be dispatched as per postal schedule and contain supplies, of our "Hawaiian Souvenir Art Calendar" for 1901. Edition limited. Now subjects better than ever. Strictly high class work. Best calendar yet produced. Don't fail to mail one to the friends at home. Wall Nichols Co., Ltd. 0RPHEUM The Only :: personals. :: Phose 33. Territory StaMe. KiajSt. Cabby Brown aai wife wad asald arrived last evening: ia tke aall bomt. Delineator patterns "at Mrs, Haft-ca's. King street. betweea Fort aad Alakea. Phone 33. Territory SUbIcs.sKIa St- Mra. A. H. Cathcart. thVfibther of J. W. Cathcart. was a passeager in mo China last evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mott-Snaith arrived In the China after a proteased stay in the States and Europe. The Original Singer Bakery is to ine front as usual with extra raiuce pies for Thanksgiving. Turkeys, pl;s and chicken roasted at reasonable, charges. Treasury agent Bert M. Thomas arrived in the China last evening; He will take charge of the office and accounts of William Haywood the retiring Collector of Internal Revenue. The list of the- names of officers cf the Wilder Steamship Co. who wiU serve during the ensuing year is pub lished in this issue, per order of S. B. Rose, secretary. Phone 33, Territory Stables. King St. Among the arrivals in the China lat evening were Dr. Anderson, wife and family, Messrs. J. B. and G. P. Castle, W. S. Parke, Mrs. A. S. Parke. Miss J. S. Parke, Dr. O. B. Spauiding, Mtes E. J. Cartwright. Miss E. Haktead. J. P. McCoy, F. M. Swanzy, Z. S. and TL P. Spalding. A Great Medicine. "I have uxl Chainlerlains Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and tiud it to be a treat medicine, j Mr. E. S. Phipps of Poteau. Ark. "It cured roc of blood ilus. 1 cannot syoak too highly of it." Thi remedy always wius the cood opinion, if not praise, of thoM who it. The quick cures which it effects even in the most severe cases make it a favorite everywhere. For sale by Beiion.Sniith & Cc general agents. Territory of Hawaii. OFRI3IIMAL Singer's Bakery Extra Mince Pies, Plain Mince Pies, Fruit Pies, Cranberry Pies, Squash Pies, Turkeys, Pigs and Chickens Roasted. Phone: Blue 3091. Pantheon Shaving Parlor 31ns. D. W. Koach. C.A lildillnper. Hotel Street, N'eur Fort. Vaudeville House hot -BATHS- cold & In Honolulu. THURSDAY, FRIDAY hd SATURDAY A ROAKING ONE ACT SKETCH CONLON and RYDER'S Eoaring Farce Comedy 'A 5PRINQ CHICKEN Enlivened with Songs and Choruses by the entire Company. ; t'i Attl Oi ' r?; -- I' Eiyoo er; PRQffiftML Prices 25, 50 and 75 Cents 6 - Box 'Office Open From 9 A. M. TELEPHONE 640. vz&ivxsz $sgs33ssttsftsasa GRAND CLEARANDE SALE Tor one month only in mOlines commencin Saturday, September 29,! iJ'SS JJfiY ., 90p ttemiBS is Grass Cloth (vario colors'). Handkerchiefs (M&rohfercd), Hevr Posgee Silk for Shirts or Skirts, etc NntMl St "cUo.e! J"l i. j. e jjj. -. w G. H. BROWN 5AN1TARY PLUflBER. Estimates made on everything in the plumbing line. Office Territorial Staolcs Building, King Street. PHONE MAIN 48. Coronado KATUEAL AlINERAL Water Xatnrr, which l more Mud to u than we are ourswlvw, has slven to itinntrlnil a Tw.rf.wtlr nil rf" nv)llnir and healthful watr. which bubble. clear a cryxtal from the irlnss at California, where li is bottled freh a It corner from nature'd labiraurr. It not require to 1 carbnnatpU wllh artlflclal gas to make It Hfurkle. Nature therlf makes It all siuirkllnir. PURE COOLIN& HEATHFUL Coronado water acts as a solrent for orsaolc matter which oftentimes ceW Into the system and cau'ed bail blnrAi, IndlccsUoc and that "tired rcelins" It assimilates irfcctl? with the gastric Juice of the stomach, tberebr aiding digestion. At the present Urne Coronado Water wilt prove lava Inable to th resident ctthe.H&waiUn Islands, who. slnoa Uie recent ytorm. are drinklnff water heavily charsed with organic giatbr. CASES OF i i ' f i 50 Quart JJoHIcb - $6.00 il00 Pkit JJoUles - , -.9.00 DEtlVtKEO AT YOHR DOOR Hobrbri Drug 'Co. . Cor. Fort ami Kinc Sts. ' MM XHI I mmMummmmmrm B PROVIDERS 91. S: Siirlts Dry Ms?. LIMITED. JOBBER5 ' - flHD. RETAILERS CAN INVARIABLY BUY FItOM fUS, A YOU single yard or Article at less than Wholesale c prices. There is certainly no one store, or combination of stores, can quote prices that we cannot match and oltimcs go one"" better. AH that we ask is, that the Ladies Examine Our STOCK-:- We have sufiicient confidence in the Styles and Qualities of Our Wares to know that it is impossible to match theuf, let alone beat them. , , - We have soma genuine- surprises inTvalutg m Evcrv Department M. S. Saclis Dry Goods Co., Ltd. POET STEEET. & & -& W i X WlSm v, Pf5l , mm& ! 1 OUR STOCK OF BUGGIES, PHOTONS STJRREYS, RUNABOUTS i larger rtuil more complete thau nny other stock iu Honolulu We also carry a full line of Delivery and xppess Wagons, Farm Wagons, Dump Gsjrts, Etc., Etc., Etc. 'We invite you to inspect our stock whether you want to buy now or later. We are Sole Agent for the STTJpEBAKER GOODS." bbi ajajK2riaV mmm0Ml0 9 G. SCHUriAN Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets. BELTlOKflL TOOK XBXXT.tot. AUaai aad iBsaaur. Newly farakfced rooms with board. Alas tahte beard. TMcfhosa Blae W7U Silent Barber Shop 9KVXK JAIfBKTMt. ArUactaa Block. Hotel St dfx" f ' -A Tv ?i 1- . - - ... - - jkmwrm WMMMJkMDMZ, Trap.