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amffi HPPRRR5IS?p5i t, "P5? W&- s ? T 41 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER. S, 190a JHREE HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Hfl" Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street THIS Special Silk Sale Express Wagons Plain Babutai Silk in all the from the smallest to the largest- leading shades. Best -quality J f'' ' at 35cts per yard. I i ,. V-l; . - TOY PIANOS-in all sizes P t Ladies' Hoisery Genuine Hemsdorf's Dye. This week all our 35, 40 and 45et hose, special at 25cts. Games for Every Age We carry over 60 different styles of Games from lOcts to $1.50 apiece. Toys and Dolls We are offering exceptional values in Dolls of aH sizes. Our . ' ? ' V : 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 40 and 50ots Dolls are quick sellers. We also carry a full stock of large HliriQmn cj PrAQPTiQ trimSimaS JTiebeiUb size dressed and undressed Dolls. Work Boxes, Comb and Brush Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Shaving Sets, Handkerchief Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Neck Tie DOLL CARRIA GTS in 15 Cases, and hundred of other and sizes. useful articles to select from. We invite Inspection j ames Sheridan PIANO TUNER FOKTY years practice. References if desired. All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuund and Repaired. Office With ho Hnwniiau Iron Fence aud Monumental Co. 176 to 180 S. Kinp Street, Lincoln Block. Phono MAIN 278. Residence Occidental Hotel. Phone G51. The Union Express Co., Office with Evening Bulletin. zlO King Street -: -:- TelephouoSC. We move safes, pianos and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. We meet all incoming coast steamers, wo check 'baggage ou all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. IOS KING STREET. G. J. WALLER, Manager. Wholesale aud Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND , BUILDER Ming Promptly Attended to Election of Officers. At the annual meeting of the Oceanic Gas and Electric Co., Ltd., held in this city November 30th, the following officers -were elected: F. J. Cross President. M. P. Robinson... Vice-President. M. M. Kobn Secretary. J, Flower Treasurer. E. E. Paxton Auditor. C. J. Hutchins, SI Chang Chau... ., Directors. M. M. KOHN, Secretary. NOTICE., Dr. J. H. Raymond will occupy tem- ""Xporarlly part of the office of Dr. W. J. Galbrxitb, corner Beretania and Ala kea streets. Office aou, 10 to 12 a, m. Teiephonet 201. ,t WEEK ONLY ! (THE UNION ENGINE Sole Agents: THE YON HAM i'OMG CO. LTD. I HO ODOR . r NO DIRT I SMOKE "W TROUBLE To make room we are offering constantly increasing stock Special Inducements and Unheard-of Bargains in Electroliers, Brackets, Shades, Globes, Electrical Futures, Etc. o The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. IB P. O.Box U4. AILEY'S IKE ITS Phone 390. TilflihtiA 398 r P.O. Btx 441s Our Specialty. in Honolulu and carry a very is the time to have your wheel during this wet spell you -can frame enameled. We can do you appearance and far more durable pair of new pedals will add to -the , cent; cost but $L50 upwards. good article at that price. IN . PRICE . , . &ST.OO Each, to Clear. Puncture Proof Tires 827, 229 and 231 M., tU. 5, King; Street Bicycle Repairing We are the pioneers in that line large line of parts for repairs. Xow overhauled and put in good shape; spare it for a few days. Hare the a job equal to factory work in than the average factory job. A appearance of the wheel 25 .per, Lamps froa $1.00 upwards, and a GAS LATiPS REDUCED 383.E50 Lamps Sole Agents Milwaukee f UILEY'S MOHOLILS CYCLEIT Gasoline Engines AND HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MARINE) j Running Pumps, Dynamos and Machinery " -;.-'. .v TO K KCKQNB WITI Industrial Situation Is Causing Grave Fears Among the British Manufacturers Attitude of Workmen. NEWT YORK. Sot. 24 A cable to the San from London says: The alarm, not to say panic, -arnica prevails in several Important branches of British Industry on account of the enormous growth of American competition now occupies the foremost 0I2C2 in public attention. It is discussed on all platforms by leaders of opinion and is the chief topic of the serious press. There is not the slightest, doubt that a thorough awakening of manufacturers in nearly all lines has already taken place, but the contrary is the case among the rank and file of the workers, who really control the situation. The sharp rise of the cost of living is impelling the latter to increase their demands, to the still further embarrassment of employers. The situation would be radically changed if labor's request for high wages was accompanied by an offer of greater effort and increased output during working hours. This, however, has in no case been suggested. On the other hand, it will be strenuously resisted, and the policy of minimum work for standard pay will be persisted in, according to the present outlook, until disaster to British trade has been irretrievably accomplished. Lord Rosebery delivered a strong warning last week, and yesterday Herbert Asquith, member of parliament, told the heads of the chamber of commerce what to expect. He admitted that the present prosperity of Great Britain was enormous and unprecedented, but he pointed out that England was not holding her own. Germany and the United States had stepped from the rear to the front ranks. Instead of England enjoying supremacy of trade, as was confidently predicted half a century ago, she was now fighting for every inch of ground with all her available strength in even" international market. "There are some obvious reasons for this," said Asquith, "not due to f shortcomings on our part. We have long ceased to enjoy relative superiority in the natural advantages with which we started upon the race. Look across the Atlantic and what do we see? A nation which in point of numbers in almost if not quite double our own nation, sprung to a large extent from tne same stock, nurtured among the same free traditions, endowed in at least as full measure as we with facility in invention and the spirit of enterprise, occupying a country unrivaled in extent and with diversity of natural resources, and enjoying throughout the whole of that vast territory the incalculable boon of free trade. Can we wonder that such a nation, under such circumstances and conditions, is the most formidable of our industrial competitors?" AN AMBITIOUS PRINCESS. Evidently Hopes to Some Day Be Empress of the French. NEW YORK, Nov. 25. A dispatch to the Journal and Advertiser from St. Petersburg says: The betrothal of Prince Louis Napoleon Bonaparte to Grand Duchess Helen, daughter of the Grand Duke Valdimir, is officially announced. It cannot fail to strengthen the cause in France, and correspondingly weaken the republican government. Prince Louis, who has been serving for the last fifteen years in the Russian army, is a general of Cavalry at the head of the crack regiment of the czarina's lancers of the guard. He has all along been treated at the court as a member of the Russian imperial family circle, and enjoys in a particular degree the friendship cf the czar. The younger of the two sons of the late Prince Jerome Napoleon, who made him the heir to his political rights, having disinherited and disowned the elder son, Victor, his career appeals to the French people, who have always had a weakness for "the soldier on horseback," whom they now find represented in the Russian cavalry officer. Prince Louis has long been attentive to the Grand Duchess Helen, a wayward princess who two years ago created a sensation by jilting the heir to the throne of Baden on the eve of the day appointed for tne wedding, and whe has sinCe been credited with an infatuation for her cousin, Grand Duke Michael, younger brother and heir to the czar. Inasmuch as the orthodox Russian church strictly prohibits marriage between first cousins, the duchess has now apparently made up her mind that the next best thing is to become a possible empress of the French. The Kindergartens. The regular monthly meeting of the Free Kindergarten Association was held yesterday at the Y. M. C. A. par lors. Reports of all the kindergartens were read, all of them giving accounts of a successful Thanksgiving Day-The Portuguese kindergarten will give "a Christmas tree. The attendance at the Palama kindergarten is running lower, owing to bad weather. The South street kindergarten has been run out of its own quarters 1-y the rain and is meeting in Castle Home. They Must Be Sent to a Postoffiee. Regular Mails Fixed. Hereafter mall to be forwarded from Honolulu pestoffice must be addressed to a postoSce and net to a locality. Letters not properly addressed will be returned to the sender where his address Is given on the envelope and when the sender cannot be located the letters wul be seat to the dead letter office. Papers will be bnrned. Under these circumstances it behooves' correspondents on the islands to find out what their postofSce address is and quickly inform their correspondents here. A complete list of all the postomces in the Territory is as follows: Oahu Aiea. Hauula. Heeia. Honolulu, Kahuku. Pearl City. Wahiawa. Waianae, Waialua, Waimanalo. Lanai Keomuku. Maui Hana, Hamoa. Hamakuapoko, Kaupo, Kahului, Kipahulu. Keokea. Keanae, Kihei, Lahaina, Makawao, Makena, Nahiku, Paia, Peahi. Wailuku, waihee, Pauwela. Hawaii Hakalau, Hilo, Hilea, Honuapo, Hookena. Hoopuloa, Honomu, Holualoa, Kailua. Kalapana. Kapoho, Kawaihae, Kealakekua. Kohala, Kukuihaele, Mahukona, Naalehu. Napoopoo, Ookala. Olaa, Olaa Plantation, Papalkou, Pahala, Papaloa. Punaluu. Volcano House, Walmea, Waiohinu. Kauai Eleele, Hanalel, Hanapepe, Koloa, Kealla, Kekaha. Kilauea. Li-hue, Makaweli, Mana, Walmea. Molokal Kalaupapa. Kalawao, Kaunakakai, Pukoo. The regular malls in future will be forwarded only by the regular mall steamers as follows: For Kauai, per steamer W. G. Hall; for windward Hawaii ports, steamer Kinau; Kona-Kau ports, steamer Maui, Claudine and Mauaa Loa; Molokal and Lanai, steamer Le- hua. How to Cure Croup. Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia Duchess county, N. Y., says: "Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used. It is a fine children's remedy for croup and never fails to cure." When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, o reven after the croup has developed, it will prevent the attack. This should be borne in mind and a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear. For sale by Benson, Smith fc Co., general agents for Territory of Hawaii. Assessment Notice. Tne 4th assessment of Ten (10) per cent on the Assessable Stock of Tho Orpheum Co., Ltd., is due and pay able at the office of the Treasurer on Dec. 10, 1900, and delinquent "n and after Jan'y 10, 1901. JOHN F. COLBURN, Treasurer The Orpheum Co., Ltd. HONOLULU DRIVING ASSOCIATION KAPIOLANI PARK, Saturday, December 8th, 1900. THE EQUINE GIANTS Waldo J. (2:08) and W. W. Wood U:07) Best Two Heats in Three for $300. INTER ISLAND SWEEPSTAKES, $300, One-Half Mile. Sir Cassimer (Oahu) 122 pounds Frank S. (Hawaii) 119 pounds Venus (Maui) 119 pounds GREAT MATCH RACE-AGGRAVATION and WATERFALL (formerly Merril's Faust) For $100 a Side Six Furlongs. FIRST RACE 2:30 P. M., SHARP. General Admission 50 Cents Saddling Paddock One Dollar H. M. AVRES, , Secretary Honolulu Driving Associafn. NOTICE. The only persons having authority to make collections for the Hawaiian Electric Company. Ltd , are those wearing the Hawaiian Electric Com pany, Ltd , Badge marked "Collector" No. S, No. 9 or No. 10. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD. BEAYERLUNTCH.KOOMS H. J. Xolte has just received a new lot of celebrated FIVE CENT CIGARS. XewXork Capadura's Washington Allston, Union de Cuba, Grand, Kepnblic, Figaro, Jack son Square' Etc. Also: - Key "West Cigars, La Deliciosa and El Mas Noble. H. J. NOLTE FO&T STXET MERCHIHTS' PITROIi AND AGENCY Txtttbose 70S. P.0.3Jox2Sl BOWER'S C0NHDENTIAL Omar: Boox 4, ModedBlocx. Keliable and Confidential Watchmen furnished on short notice for 4T S . ores Beadenees Property, Etc. First-class references furnisbed. K Cleveland 10BEL83 r Special 201b. Cleveland Eacer , I0DEL 94, $50.00 A FDTE GHRISTMAS PRESENTS. E. O. HRliU & SOJi, liimited BICYCLE DEPT., next to Bulletin Office. PER S. S. NIPPON MtL' We receiveda new line of Silks, Table GoVefe, Doilies, Pajamas, Kfrno nas, Lacquer and flrntimony Ware of the latest patterns. We invite you to inspect these goods whether you purchase or not ASADA & CO., Hotel St. BARGAINS! THIS HLL SILK GRENHDINE Fine patterns;2$2.50 and upperyard SILK HND iniOOL CREPON 35c. and up per yaul NOTTINCHKM LHCE CURTAINS for 50c. and up per pai LHDIES' SHOULDER CHPES A full line at $5.00 and up These goods are all imported from England. The Bargain Store ALBERT BLOM, Proprietor Opposite the Fire Station Fort and Beretania Stree Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd. SUGAR1 FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AGENTS TOR Canadian-Australian Steamship Line Lloyds, British'& ForeignMarine Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpoo Honolulu Tobacco CoJ Ltd, CORNER -HOTEL IMPORTING Your fancy and i. D. ISO H. 0. WILLS' For a cooL delicious smoke try their Bicycles I9OO $40.00 1 BARGAINS!! FOR WEEK to- AND FORT- -STREETS. TOBACCONISTS how wo satisfy it with .Bristol and London, England, I Celebrated Brands of Tobacco. CAPSTAN." t i Honolulu Tobacco Go. Ltd. Agts. ! Christmas Goods 0 Finest new Grass Linen of all different colors. Gras3 Linen for table cover with embroidery. Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gentlemen ia ombroidered grass linen; also Silk embroidered Handkerchiefs of all colors; Sandal wood boxes for handkerchiefs and jewelry; Pongee Silk ' for suitings, and also all kinds of Pongee in different colors; European "" GOO "KlTTI HDDASXTST . - M J" -,- . , - - f H I "? - i ,?HN(,. j -, j&jm.z. :& J': A--.V: sm v-s --- N; a $ - .i.