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MGlnerny's Shoe Store
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We are more than pleased with
the success we are having, in pusiing
'The "fanan" Shoe ."
We see a big and popular sale the coming
vear. Hanan & Sons' name is
stamped Qn every pair, and what better
guarantee would you want !
POPULAR IN STYLE
POPULAR IN PRICE
POPULAR TO THE TRADE
Beautiful Sets of German Table
Linen. We call special attention to
Tea Sets with Napkins to match.
PINK AND GREEN BORDERED.
If you want to see our latest patterns in
jRlUES D 5TYIJE8 JJW
ARE WHAT YOU ARE AFTER
We can satisfy you
in our new stock of
As we have the latest
We cordially invite all the
liadies of Honolulu to call
and inspect our goods.
Miss M. E. Killean
Hotel Street, ArllnKtonj31ock.
WE HAVE THEM.
They are all cut in 12 yardslengths.
You will not find a pattern like it
A Rug that 'was worth yesterday
$24.00 and is reduced today to
A is certainly interesting to know. We
O have about one dozen left of Jast
duced to actual cost. They are not
q moth eaten, but we are simply tired
0 f showing the same old patterns.
Switzerland manufactures the most beautiful
PGlUrtaiinrS. Before the tarift'tbokJefTect we imported
a few beauties. Some at $2H SI pail"
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THE LONG t PROMISED' ROCK
CRUSHER HAS NEVER
Chinese Keeper of Blind Tiger Mulcted
fay Heavy Fine Portuguese
Laborers Departing for Honolulu
Personal Doings in Kona.
KAILUA. Hawaii, Nor. 30. Although
leeward Hawaii was visited by
the Kona storm there ia not much
specific damage to chronicle. Tne
roads, perhaps, suffered the most and
the two Kona districts are, as regards
highways, in a deplorable condition.
The new road board for the southern
district has expended $200 in cutting
down, or rather trimming the lantana
Iwhich heretofore rendered the pass
age of a narrow vehicle quite difficult,
but at present no funds are availaole
to render the public ways passable io
light carriages. A year ago Charlie
Achl obtained" from the "Executive
Council" the sum of $S0O for a rock
crusher for use in both Konas, but this
machine has never reached here.
The Inter-Island liner had quite n
unusual and very difficult task to unload
freight at Kailua and Kealakekua
on the 2Sth. She had to wait for several
hours and take advantage of an
occasional lull in the fury of both
swell and breakers. All passengers
for Xapoopoo had to go ashore at the
old landing. Kaawaloa, and as uo
conveyances could be had at that deserted
spot, the poor wights were com-
pelled to climb the steep old trail
which Captain Cook Is said to nave
tolled upon, and go extra miles to
their destinations, all through a driving
storm, loiter in the evening a portion
of the ship's cargo was landed
but a native sailor was badly hurt n
Tax Collector Willfong spent a fen-days
in North Kona the past week.
He was accompanied by Major
late of the HHo American Bank.
As a sequel to the recent grand and
deathly drunk indulged in at Kailua
at the time David Kawananakoa was
there, it maj be of general interest
to note that the Chinaman, who presumably
supplied the fortified drinks
was fined $250 for liquor in possession,
a large stock of home made sandpaper
being found on his premises. However,
the good work of supplying the
thirsty still goes on at all the Oriental
groceries. Where are the police?
Some people are not far wrong who
say that immunity Is purchased by an
occasional drink to the men in khaki,
. Quite a trek of Japanese is going
t mm ? rA 4 3 v n t T. "I Hnn r a- v
UL lilt; nau yiauiuuuua aim want; i
money. The South Kona Agricultural
Company seem to get along very well
with their labor, a large part of which
however, is Hawaiian. Cane is in tas
sel, except in the highest fields, and 't
is quite a problem for the share planters
as to how the "juice" is to come to
them with no mill in sight.
R. W. Kane, recently lima at the
Kailua plantation, is said to be planning
to go to South Africa.
Cottages are Doing erected at
and Holualoa schools for accommodation
of the teachers.
Judge Edings is putting up a residence
at Keopu. on a lot purchased
from G. Clark. Konaites are glad to
the circuit judge as an inhabitant
and no doubt Edings is glad io
be in Kona. An easy job with good
pay and climate to boot.
Miss Fanny Rathburne is a very recent
resident. She was formerly m
one of the Kohala schools and is now
staying at the Paris boarding house.
The much taiKed of plantation railroad
seems to be in a fair way of realization
by the Kona Sugar Co., but
"the. cane, or much of it, will be ready
'ong before the locomotive whistle i?
heard." says Head Luna Linder.
Coffee blossoms are appearing and
this is long before the old crop is picked;
it will be by far the heaviest that
South Kona has ever had. The northern
part of the town districts suffered
from tlfe earlier drouth, has a poorer
crop and some of the Portuguese
homesteaders are folding their tents
and marking them "Honolulu." This
is a misfortune, but tiey say they cannot
and will not work in a plantation
for $1S per month when double can be
earned along the capitol's docks. The
land department should get a move" on
and throw open, by proper arrangements
with the United States office,
the large tract above Honokohau and
keep some of the thrifty Latins among
us. This land is that partly surveyed
by Dole and Brown, and it Is said that
the hoar frost hairyness of the ex-president
was used to line out the
lots, hence the delay in the pre-emption
Gardner K. Wilde Is visiting Kona
on railroad and attendant legal busi
An ice and mineral water factory is
under way and' wiU probably be taken
up by forming a local stock com
The little "Upolu" has been weather
bound in Kohala for some weeks but
the gasoline vessels are always with
Police Magistrate Kaal is reported
to be getting very deaf. He has undergone
considerable exposure while
carrying on his profession of fisherman
ia Hcokena bay.
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 190a
HAD A -TERRIBLE' FALL.
Rigger Holder Badly Hurt toy the Fall
of a Derrick.
The crying need of an ambalance
was never better demonstrated than
yesterday on the arrival of the steamer
XUhau from Mokjkal with S. T.
Holder, who was terribly injured yes
terday by the fall of a
which he was working.
Tagawa, Kuichi, Nagata Senkichi, Tu-
un iu uuuuu au. j uc u.u ; Tasakichi Masaki JCatsutaro, Uda
are leaving the Konas in large
Taklchl, Taneguchi Kachitaro,
and say that they get a fair deal j
John Souza, a youth, was brought
over to the Reformatory for truancy,
and Yamanaka, an insane Japanese
from Xorth Kona, will enter the asylum.
The prisoners were taken in
charge by High SheriS Brown's men
pending their disposition.
From Hilo and Way Ports.
Among the passengers arriving :n
the Kinau yesterday were P. -Peck,
Rev. J. C. Hay, Capt. A. Soule. A. B.
Loebenstein. E. D. Baldwin, Robt. Parker,
Jr., W. H. Cornwell. Jr.. Emmet
May and L. Barkhausen.
A Great Medicine.
"I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy and find
it to Ikj a great medicine," says Mr. E.
S. Phipps of Poteau. Ark. "It cured me
of bloody flux. I cannot speak too highly
of it." This remedy always wins the
good opinion, if not praise, of those who
use it. The quick cures which it effects
even in the most severe cases make
it a favorite everywhere. For sale by
Benson. Smith & Co., general agents.
Territory of Hawaii.
t First-class I
SED. BOYD, Chef.
NOTICE ti OWNERS. ARCHITECTS
E. W. Quins, 115 Union street, is
to furnish estimates on first class
vidern plumbing. Patronage
P. a Box 162.
Cor. Ngwu qj Merciaat 8U Jwdj
j. ntt ot. gyp. amamuz r.v. jwx yq
Automobiles are becoming qsite
numerous on Hoaotala's streets.
The contractors of the Yoans
are patting Alakea street In very
derrick Prince Carta and n. it. tornweu
I left yesterday for tae Waianae moan-
It was just forty-five minutes after t tains on a nunung trap,
the Dolice oatrol was called for before ' Japanese silks in solid colors at 35
it arrived at the steamer to take the
injured man to the hospitaL This was
because it had left the station for the
Insane Asylum and Reform school a
moment before it was called for and
although an efTort was made by Sheriff
Brown to reach the wagon on it
way it was impossible to do so. Luckily
medical assistance was summoned
or the man had likely died a long time
before the wagon reached him. Dr.
Walter HofTman responded to a telephone
call and treated the injured
man and then when the patrol wagon
arrived accompanied him to the hospital.
Yesterday morning Holder who is in
the employ of T. H. Davies & Co. -n
the work of removing the American
bugar Co.'s mill at Kaunakakai ws
rigging a sixty-foot derrick and was at
the top of the mast. He had loosened
a guy rope and this left the derrick
without sufficient support causing it
to fall. Holder fell with it and was
terribly mangled by the mass of wood
and iron falling upon him. He was
hurried aboard the Niihau which was
at ivaunakakai loading the machinery
and the vessel was hurried here for
medical assistance. The run was made
over in five hours. Holder was accompanied
by his wife. Before going to
work for the McBryde Co., Holder was
employed as mate in the steamer
and latterly did stevedore work
along the front. His chances for recovery
are very doubtful as it is
thought that he is badly injured internally
besides aaving his skull fractured
and his shoulder and legs broken.
TEN PRISONERS FROM HAWAII.
Japanese Who Were
the Riot at
Ten prisoners from the Island of
Hawaii arrived yesterday on the
in charge of Officers P.
and E. de Silva.
Eight of the prisoners were committed
of assault some months ago for
taking part in a riot at the Kona plan
tation. For a time the service of the
sentences was delayed for the reason
that an appeal was taken to the supreme
court but lately the appeal was
withdrawn. The eight Japanese have
sentences of from fourteen to twenty-
: two months each. Their names are
$ cents a yard at X. Sachs, aale only
lasts three days.
Take yoar dinner today at the
Cafe. A first-class menn has
William M. Kekoa, 'district magistrate
of Koloa. Island of Kauai, Sled
his oath of o&ee yesterday.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Pioneer Building ' and Loan', Association
will be held at the rooms' of the
Chamber of Commerce tomorrow even
ing. December 3d. at 7:- o'clock.
The Hawaiian Tobacco Company
have opened a branch store on Hotel
street, opposite BetheL They carry a
full line of Manila. Havana, Mexican
and American cigars.
Mrs. Jewett has returned from Xew
York and will serve goods and render
professional services for the skin and
hair by Woodbury's latest methods.
Vineyard street, one door Ewa of the
The republican club of Waialuais
getting ready for a big luau to take
place at Waialua on Saturday next.
Rigs delivered and called for freo
of charge by the Territory Stables Co.,
King street. Telephone Main 35.
George X. Wilcox of Kauai left in
the Rio de Janeiro yesterday on a
short business trip to the CoasL
August Drier did not get away in
the Rio yesterday as expected. He
will leave in the next Zealandia.
Sweet as the breath of the flowers
themselves are the -new perfumes
which the Hobron Drug Company has
recently imported for the holiday season.
They are all Roger & Gallet's
A Cleveland bicycle, model S3, for
$40, or a special 20-pound Cleveland
racer, model 94, for $50, makes an appropriate
Christmas present. E. O.
Hall & Son are sole agents for this
The article in Saturday's Republican
about Robert Wilcox being received
into the Catholic church should
have been credited to the Evening
Independent instead of the Bulletin.
There will be a celebration of the
tioly communion at the 9:45 o'clock
service of the Second Congregation of
SL Andrew's, this morning.
U. S. AND EUROPEAN MAILS
Will be dispatched as per postal schedule
and contain supplies of our "Hawaiian
Souvenir Art Calendar" for
1901. Edition limited. New subjects
better than ever. Strictly high class
work. Best calendar yet produce;!.
Don't fail to mail one to the friends
at home. Wall Nichols Co., Ltd.
A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's
Mr. H. H. Black, the well known vil
lace blacksmith at Grahamsville, Sulli
van county, X. Y., says : "Our little son,
o years old, has always been subject to
croup, and so bad have the attacks been
that we have feared many times that he
would die. We have had thrf doctor and
used many medicines, but Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance.
It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and
by giving frequent doses when the croupy
symtoms appear we have found that the
dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled."
There is no danger in giving this
remedy for it contains no opium or other
injurious drug and may be given as confidently
to a babe as to an adult. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general
agents, Territory of Hawaii.
Xature. which i more kind to us
than we are ourselves, has given to
mankind a perfectly pure, cooling
and licnlthtul water, which bubble
clear as crystal from the sprlnr at
Coronado, California, where It Is bottled
fresh as It come front nature's
laboratory. It does not require to
be carbonated wllh artificial gas to
make It sparkle. Nature herself
makes It all sparkling.
Coronado water net as a solrent
for orranlc m.itwr which oftentimes
sel Into the system and causes bad
bll. Indigestion and that "tired
feelln?." It assimilates perfectly
with the gastric Juice of tho stomach,
thereby aldln? digestion. At
the present time Coronado Water
will prove Invaluable to the reldeits
or the Hawaiian Islands, who, since
the recent are drlakfnwater
heavily charged with organic matter.
. 50 Quart Bottles - $8.00
lbo'Pint Bottles - - 9.00
Hobron Drug Co.
Cor. Fori aiH. King SU.
V 'H3A,,i ,.- J&rf' "H"
I. S. Sit lln ii(HNls Co.
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and if there are any left on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
IN SOLID COLORS
I. S. Saclis Dry Goods Co, Ltd
OUR STOCK OF
is larger and more complete thau any other stock in Honolulu
"We also carry a full line of
Delivery and Express Wagons,!
Farm Wagons, Dump Carts,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
We invite you to inspect our stock whether you
want to buy now or later. t
We are Sole. Agent for the STUDEBAKER 'GOODS.
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Klr farnisked rooms with board.
AIm table Board. Telephone Sloe
Silent Barber Sbop
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