KEW SHIPMENT OF .
I Raisins Currants . Peel
Atmore's Mice Meat
Boiled Cider Apples Oranges
"We bate also received
auothur lot of those larjre
AVHItc Enameled Iron Beds from $7.
Vcm Mattresses, the very thing for comfort
ami health this wet weather, double,
4 : iugle, $J.50. : Wire Springs from 1.
Wool Pillows, Feather Pillows, Hair
Pillows, Straw Pillows. Excelsior Pillows.
Meat Safes, Ice Chests. Refrigerators,
Itookcnses, Chiffoniers. Extension Tables,
ltalty Carriages, Haby Chairs. Hatchets,
Wrenches and every description t.f
Hammers, Levels, Planes. Rules. Files,
Wrenches, and everey destriction of
HARDWARE, at Prices that Dcftf
Circulating Library, books lent to
tad, 5c per volume.
L. S. Mathews & Son
SO (Into 2G) Beretania St.
Between Nuunuu and Fort Streets
STUM LAUNDRY CO.
BEG to inform our patrons
WE and the general public that we
bavo just installed New Machinery
and have also succeeded in securing
more First Glass Workmen from
the Coast. Our work in the future
will give better satisfaction than before.
and guarantee not to
No Chinamen Employed.
The Honolulu Republican delivered
by carrier, 75 cents per montk.
Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. j
The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMVOKTEKS AND DEALERS IX
Furniture and Upholstery
Divans Cnina Closet
Direct from Eastern Factories
PAINT THEM WITH
Oaliu Ice &
ICE delivered now to
all purta of the city.
Your Orders Solicited.
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM
Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box 60O
STAR DAIRY CO.
OFFICE Boom 1, Magoon Building,
Corner Merchant and Alakea Sis.
California and Hawaiian Cows ' for
Telephone 1CAIN 391.
Dairy Telephone BLUE 3171.
A. B. DOAK,
Hawaiian jauor Jureau
"Will engage laborers
in Hawaiian Islands
and will furnish them
to plantations, indi
viduals firms "or- corporations;
encecl and: reliable
MAGOON BDILDINGifBOOM 15
Mekchakt Street, HosolbLu.
V , -J-.JH
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1900,
X. DOLUH GEB
Opposite the Union Grill,
LARGE STOCK OF
'V ' Reduces the lemperaturo fiom 15 to 20 degrees..
-5 7k ?
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
FOR SALE CHEAP
A Cure for Hot Iron Roofs!
CALL -AND SEE IT PRACTICALLY DEMONSTRATED: -;
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
0 0 0
QN AND AFTER
this date we will
give a discount of
one-third on all class
ical and popular
sheet music, thus
making the price
ashw as can
be found anywhere
. Musk Co,
TIE MIUM SPECIE UNK
Subscribed Capital - Ten 94,000,000
Paid Up Capital - - Yea 18,000,000
Reserve Faad - . - Yea 8,130.000
HEAD OFFICE -
The bank bays and receives
Bills of Kxcbingeo. issues
fK ,, -
Drafts and Letters of Credit and transacts
a general HmYiag business.
Braack The Yokohama Specie Bank
New BeNblicBail m, HerotalH, H.T
- , "" 7-.'' "? agwf
Pnnahou Alumni Team
Wins an Easy
COLLEGE ELEVEN IX ILL LOCI
CONTEST GREW IRKSOME AND
ENDED IN A SCORE
OF 12 TO 0.
KaulvkoM Makes a Star Run cf Sev-
enty Yards Soper. .Did Good
Work for the Losers Fuller
Bucks Opponents' Lines.
The score of the football game yes
terday was 12 to 0. very much In favor
of 12. That Is to say that Punahou
alumni team had an easy walk over
i.or two touch downs and goals at the
expense of the coUege eleven which
was hardly able to gain an inch, much
less a score.
The game was a short one, which
no one regretted on account of the
hot sun making it anything but comfortable
for spectators and the same
for players. It is even suggested as
doubtful if football was even created
for a country like this, where there
is never any cold weather.
The college team was unfortunate
from the beginning. The inroads made
in the fierce game of last Saturday in
which the Maile Ilimas carried away
a championship that had been held
from time that passeth remembrance
were yet plainly visible. The best
plays made by the team were clearly
those of Soper, full bacK, and Hemingway,
right tacklejvbo in Teality belonged
to the alumni team but were
loaned to the enemy for this one bat
tle. Soper especially made some stir
plays, but they profited but little for
a run of ill-luck purshed the colleg
ians from the start. Even Castle who
on occasion has made some wonderful
plays, fumbled when the ball came
his way and when he had the opportunity
to kick goal from the field the
pigskin saileu wide of the mark and
far too low. Williamson whose sprinting
qualities did such signal work at
the last game was not present yesterday.
The best individual play of the
whole game was Kaulukou's seventy-
yard end run which all but turned the
tide in the collegian's favor, but
which fell -short by a tackle that
brought the stalwart sprinter to
earth within a few yards of a touch
Upon the winning side there was a
succession of forward moves that lost
interest for their lack of variety. Sev
eral good plays were made, but Ful
ler, the big right half with a hand
some macs anu red stnpeu sweater
went through the lines like a battering
Promptly at 3 o'clock the teams of
the two shades of college life appeared
on the gridiron. The alumni had
first chance at the ball and it took
about nine minutes by straight bucks
and a fer short .endruns to put the
pigskin so near the line that a toothpick
would measure the distance. In
another tussel and a down the lino
was passed by only six inches and
o oke kicked goal: scole Alumni C.
. ie next kick off was for thirty-five
yards, falling to Soper, who sent the
pigskin skysailing back for twenty-five
yards, bounding over the line.
The Alumni bucked two; kicked twen
but fifteen fouled, allowing
but ten actual; Aiumni bucked two.
Castle tackled and lost two more.
College punted seven, one; ran. four
and lost the ball. Alumni one, kicked
half roll, full back twenty,
bucked three, four, five; College lost
eight in attempting end. Soper kick
ed thirty-five to Judd who held. Alum
ni three, five. one. Kanlukou ran
seventy, tackled by Judd. College
three; Judd kicked off side thirty.
Fuller kicked thirty-five;,. Marcellino
caught fair; Castle missed goal.
Alumni kicked off thirty, pigskin came
back over same course but returned
to the identical spot; Soper ran five,
Judd bucked one, College gained four,
two. First half, twenty minutes.
Soper kicked oft' twenty-five and
ball came back falling to College.
Alumni three. Soper kicked for a
skyscraper, but pigskin landed' on
Walker under arm and. lost one yard.
Alumni one; ball back five yards.
Fuller fumbled anu lost five; ball
back twenty and Alumni ball. Alum
ni three, two, six, ten. five, one; two.
Alumni punted crowding Cruzan with
ball on all fours five yards. Alumni
four, three, three, five and touchdown.
Cooke, kicked goal. Score G. Not a
cheer followed, showing utter lack of
The last kick offwas quite as
as the former' ones with Alumni
gaining every move and holding ball,
uame closed ball r thirty yards from,
line. Time of last half fifteen minutes.
Score of game: Alumni,, 12; College
Following was the line-up of the
Alumni Position College
F. Damon 1. e -...C Judd
J. Waterhouse...!. A. Walker
W. Walker 1. g H. Cruzan
Albert Judd .....c L. Robinson
Allen Judd....:".f. g. ...... E." Perry
A. Waterhouse.. r. t..C. leminway
W. Greenwell...r. e....M. Robinson
B. G. Waterhouse. .Q. b.Ai Marcellino
A. 6. Ingalls I. Kaulukou
G. Fuller, i r. .A. Castle
C Cooke,, capt. . . . -W. Soper
The -attendance, was better than at
last, Saturday's game and the street
car. 'service if possible was far
the hot sun many who did not ride
in carriages 'found It easier to walk
homeward than to wait for the mule
' Kw t$ Treat a TrwfeteSMM Cwa,
To remove a troublesome com or bunion
r First soak the com or bunion in
vartn water to soften it, tfc&n pare it
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
Paia Baha. twice daily;- nbbinc
f Sis- sac J ili af '. v
.- m a " V'-. .' . - .""..
ousiy tor wre. .tBactNtc&
tioni A corn, plaster siould be worn for
a frtr day to protect It rrom the shoe.
As a general liniment for spraia, bruises.
lameness aad rkcasa tiffin,' Fain Baha is
nneoaktL For sale by Beasea, Smith
Jk Co fMeral Meats. Territory of Ha-
wait . .;-- . - i.-. - ; Cj?IP
7 t. -- T- . .--".-
tie mmm mm
Seventy-Fifth Anniversary f Thj
Great Missionary Church Will
Celebrated on Sunday Next. ..
The services of Kawaiaaao church
both morning and eTeaiEg win be appropriate
to the observance of the
seventy-fifth anniversary of. the first
church in the Islands.
Rev. H. H. Parker, the pastor for
the past thirty-seven and a. half years,
will conduct the morning services in
Hawaiian. Addresses by Mr. Parker
and David Kanaka. The evening services
wiU be chieny in English, under
the charge of Iter. W. D.
Kaumakapili churci will unite in
the services both morning and evening.
There will be union Christian
Endeavor Society prayer meeting of
the Kawaiahao and Kaumakapili
young people and any others who can
be present at 6:30 p. m.
The following is the program for
the evening's servicer
Anthem Kawaiahao Choir
Scriptule. John 17:15-21
Rev. G. L. Pearson, pastor M. E.
Hymn. Hawaiian ..Congregation
Prayer Rev. O. P. Emerson
Anthem Kaumakapili Choir
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner
.Miss Caroline Castle. accompanist-Jubilee
offering for the new
Presentation of Hawaiian Flag from
Ohio to Kawaiahao Church
Rev. W. D. Westervelt.
Anthem . . Kamehameha Girls' School
Address Rev. H. H. Parker
Anthem Kawaiahao Quartette
Address. "Kawaiahao Church,"....
E. TC. Lilikaiant.
Anthem Kawaiahao .Girls School
Aloha from the Territory .
Gov. Sanford B. Dole
Aloha from the Missionaries Descendants
Hon. W. R. Castle
Anthem ..Kamehameha Boys School
Aloha from the Hawaiian Churches
Rev. E. S. Timoteo
Burglars on Beretania Street.
Robbers entered the house of Mrs.
Walters on Beretania street sometime
after midnight, nignt before last.
The burglar got away with $10 in
gold, a silver watch and a gold ring.
The alarm was sent in to the police
station and Deputy Sheriff Chilling-worth
.went at once to the house, in
searching the premises the clothing
belonging to Mr. Riley, a lodger, was
founu near the front gate, where the
robber had dropped it in his hurry to
get away. The intruder entered by
..ie open front door. No clews were
Nicaraguan Banana Growers.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. A committee
composed of S. W. Setton and
Frank Turner of Rama, Blueflelds
River, Nicaragua, representing the interests
of the independent banana
growers, is spending a few days here
for the purpose of completing arrangements
looking into the
of a direct steamer service, for
the benefit of the banana growers. On
Saturday the committee will meet a
number of the leading banana jobbers
to discuss the situation and formulate
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., LM
MAGOON BUILDING, Corner
chant and Alaken Street.
Honolulu Iron Works Ci
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS,
BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS,
and Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Our New Stock of
has arrived, including
Sterling Silverware, Etc.
Jewelrjy 4WK, Fort Street
Contractors k Builders
General Business Agency.
All kinds of laborers' supplies.
On band ready to supply.
PostoceJBox878. , , . . . .
T, H ATASHlf K
Street, near LmhaEwa'iide.)
jJj f -l'
A SUPERB UNE OP . ,
Ladies' Silk Waists '
and Silk Petticoats
These garments cnibol y the latest ideas: are correct in style,
perfect in finish, and appeal to ladies of refilled tsiste.
- $10 TO $20 each
- $10 TO $18 each
Olhitney & marsh, Litd.
519 Fort Street.
SSv ,Jl AMERICA,
The Life Tolicieb
of the Grand Old
is this design
are just as unique ns thi? cut. Just think of
a 20 payment life policy guaranteed paid-up
m lo years, or of a la payment policy j
tee! paid-up in 12 years. This guuroutee is 5
backed by $20,000,000 wore than the security m
given by any other life insurance company.
Policy provides increasing insurance yearly j
as well as liberal loans and surrender valuso 0
either in cash or insurance. It pro-
vides also for automatic extended insurance; J
in other words, more insurance for the samo -
money, or the same insurance (or less money
than given by any other company on earth J
K c simile policies lunitsLti t. ,rt H' " T
CLINTON J. HUTCHtNS,
FOB. THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS J
409 Fort Street. Honolulu, H. I.
l))oncv BncKi I Von $iiv$o!
Some men wear just what they plenso; others wear what other men affect.
There is a certain style which tnoxt nun regard as proiwr, and one must U independently
rich or hoieless!y ioor to utterly ignore the ilictatea of fashion. One
great point about our clothing which ought to appeal to every man who would
Ik well dressed is that it is so well made and so entirely in accord with the
right fashion without being cost'y.
l has all the merchant tailor's distinctiveness; is, in fact, tailor-made; hut
is much less expensive than the so-called apparel.
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, we 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
eo,nal in make-up to the usual 75c or ?1. 00 kinds. jiiiJaaMI
Price 50cts Per Pair
THE " KASH"
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 5.jS.
DO and 07G.
9 and 11 ITotel Street and Corner of Fort and Hotel Street.
I r '' isW. ;
H an aid to digestion k ' $M
B a tonic stimulant, - b&
A aged in wood. L
X. sour mash
k a pure H
old fashioned B
l - whole grain whiskey. H
m - H.HAcity&Gx.L(i. H
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