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4 THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900. SEVEN 4 i' yyyyyooooooooQ' Thoroughly Satisfied We are more than pleased with the success we are hating, in pusiing The "ftanan" Shoe We see a big and popular sale the coming year. Hanan fc Sons' name is stamped on every pair, and what better guarantee would vou want ! irvkJ OUR. Embroi deied and Lace POPULAR IN STYLE POPULAR IN PRICE POPULAR TO THE TRADE YlGlnertiy's Shoe Store g SOLE AGENTS $ R q x&aa v5& nHn.. VTaV7 Qja 14, l ZL WE HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF . . . SWELL CHRISTMAS HATS ;THE STYLES ARE EXQUISITE Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. V CHRI5THA5 ; DISPLAY X - SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN X I Silverware FOR THE TOILET TABLE Leather Goods Chatelaiee Bags IN CUT STEEL AND JET Fancy Boxes For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fans and Pincushions in Great Variety " 1 J a x x I a x mmmmmZ WEKE TIET IFFLKTEI WITI TIE mm FLAME Horrible Conditions Existing Among the Chines; Employes of the Salmon Canneries in Alaska. WASHINGTON, Nor. 23. The horrible conditions existing among the Chinese aboard Tessels in the Alaskan salmon canning industry are portrayed in a report by Assistant Surgeon L. L. Lnmsdon at Angel lslana. California, which has just been made Co the marine hospital service-He says a number of vessels have returned to San Francisco from the Alaska country the history of several deaths of these Chinese workers. Tnere were no physicians aboard, and as a rule no satisfactory account o. the nature of the illness was obtainable from the responsible persons. "Tnese vessels," says the report, "sail from San Francisco in March and April, each vessel taking about 125 Chinese to work at the canneries. Last spring nearly 3,000 Chinese were taken from San Francisco for this work. Bubonic plague was known to exist In their section of the city at the time of their leaving, but no I tionary measures to prevent an out break among them were taken." The assistant surgeon, says he has been unable to arrive at a definite conclusion as to the true nature of the disease, as the symptoms, while resembling them, are not entirely those of either scurvy or The disease probably is one of malnutrition, resulting from exhausting labor, poor quality of food and filthy surroundings. These Chinese are recruited from the poorest ana roughest element of Chinatown, and are held In practical slaver by the Chinese bosses who provide this labor. They often are worked eighteen hours a day and live In barracks in utter disregard of cleanliness and sanitation. The fish they eat is frequently well advanced in purification. It is difficult to conceive fully of the aboard. The Chinese quarters are dark and damp, and the sanitary conditions are unfit to print. The white men on these vessels disclaim any responsibility for the conditions under which the Chinese live, and transact all business with them through a Chinese foreman, the so-called "No. 1 Man." Five thousand of these Chinese recently have come into Chinatown, San Francisco, and with their lowered vitality would fall ready prey to the plague, cholera, or any infectious disease, and thus menace public health. It is urged that these coasting vessels be made subject to the same laws as vessels engaged in deep sea voyages. 1 Not a Dime Novel. "I hope, little boy, that that is not .3 dime novel you are reading?" "Naw! Dem kind don't cost but a nickel." Philadelphia Bulletin. I ENDOWMENT BOND. Do you know that an Endowment Bond in the Provident Savings Life .assurance Society combines protection and investment, and at the end of twenty years the principal sum would be paid to you in cash, with accumulated profits, and In event of death during the premium paying term, a cash addition to the principal sum assured, representing a return of from thirty to ninety per cent of the total premiums paid would be included in the amount then due and payable to your beneficiary? I. R. Burns, Resident Manager, New Magoon building. Q i . . 8 5 J J PERSONALS. I Promoters of the new brewery state that they will open for easiness on or about March. 1. The finals in the gentlemen's invitation doubles tennis tournament will be played this afternoon on the Pacific Club grounds. R. C L. Perkins, the naturalist, is at the present time making collections on Tantalus and the table land of Pauoa. He will return to England next summer. The exhibition of the Kilohana Art League will remain open every day until the afternoon of December 22 when it will close permanently. It is purposed to keep the rooms open this evening. W. F. C. Hasson has received from Secretary Gage a confirmation of his appointment as acting collector of Internal revenue at this port. The new meat market on Bethel street near Hotel is nearing completion and will, within a few days, be ready for occupancy. The fourth number of "The Young Men" has just teen published by the Japanese Y. M. C. A. The principal articles are as follows: "How to Exalt Our Nation," by Editor Y. Kimura; "Time," by Kuwabara; "Reports of the Japanese Y. M. C. A."; "Thoughts of "ioung Men." by Araki, Hokuret, Mijuno and Masuda; "Reading," ny Rev. S. Wyeda. At the regular meeting of George W. De Long Post Thursday evening, the following officers were elected for the year 1901: P. C, W. L. Eaton; S. V. C, W. F. Williams; J. V. C, C. H. Dickey; C, R. J. Greene; S., S. Mc-Keague; Q. M., G. Dietz; O. D., F. Ter-rill; O. G., L. L. La Pierre: adjutant, J. W. Francis; S. M., J. D. Conn; Q. M. S., M. Martinez. A Cure for Chronic Dairrhoea. "About five years ago I was troubled with catarrh of the lower bowel," says C. T. Chisholm, 4S4 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, and although I consulted sev eral eminent physicians who prescribed for me, I found their remedies fail ed to in any way relieve me, and the trouble almost became chronic After suffering several months, I one day concluded to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I beg to assure you that I was most agreeably surprised to find after taking two doses of the remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that had cost me so mucu trouble and annoyance. I am thankful to say that I have not suffered from it since." For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general agents for Territory of Hawaii. 1 flodern i 1 1 MISSES DE URT1GUE HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING PARLORS 1085 ALAKEA. ST. Next to Dr. Anderson's. TELEPHONE MAIN 343. sososozosaxiasososososoeGzos We'd be content from birth . Our course through life to run If we only had the earth. And a mortgage on the sun. But we'd live in total bliss And free from all that mars " If we owned the Solar Sya Tern and a Kuleans in the Stars. I lirar' J-l V vl y 1 AND- JfIRSTRIISX MURIUM!? I AT THE ! Territorial 1 Stables Co. J King St. Opp., Kawaiabao Church j j -TELEPHONE I 1MAIN 35.1 1 .& And all we want besides is atair share of your patronage. -te f ,'Jsr 8 A large-assortment of Harness aud Harness.Supplies S ' just received ex St. "Catherine;" I Manufacturing Harness Go, CORNER FORT KING STREETS 1 p. o. nx n. n tmimim N.aatj W ' ! J.ac - - J Special Delivery. Up to- the present tme Erom ta beginning of the qsarter there at been -19 per cent more special delivery packages " for the whole of tie preceding quarter. Paper Chase Saturday. A paper chase under the anspices of the Maile Ilima Athletic Crab win take place next Saturday racers will start from the corner of Emma and Vineyard streets at S P- c. H OIuTZZ&ZA, OFFMAN SALOO $1.25 to $25.00 Hobron Drug Co. Cor. Fort and King St. N No Beer to Burn but Beer to Beat the Band. A Large Invoice in Draught and Bottles. It has come to stay. Sure of regular monthly invoices. L. H. DEE, Proprietor. Pantheon Shaving Parlor Mrs. D. W. Roach C. A. IlldiUoser. Hotel Street, N'ear Fort. RE.OPENED HOT -BATHS- COLD Our New Stock of CiiRI5Trd5 QOODJ has arrived, including BRACELETS RINGS, PINS BROOCHES WATCHES Sterling Silverware, Etc' BIART'S Jewelry, 404J, Fort Street MONUMENTS Marble, Granite and Blue Stone CEMETERY COPING Monuments lettered and cleaned Stone yard, between King and Hotel on Alakea btreet. SAFES . . . THE MOSLER The best in the world. Call and examine our stock. We have sold 250 SAFES since November 1st, 1899. HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE 611 King Street I MONUMENTAL GO. Phone 502 THE NEW ODORS FLORENTA, OEILLET MARGUERITE VIGNE FLEURIE, Are Exquisite Perfumes And most suitable for Holiday GUV. because 10 people out of rrtzj 10 like good perfume. Thex a sweet as the breath of the flowers from which they are distilled by Roger k. Gallet. Paris, France, and so are the old tarorltea too: VeraSosa VeraVioletU Chypre Violett de Fame Peau cTCrpagne OJrofUe, Xtc And no higher In price than before the heaty duty on perfumes was imposed: also Toilet Waters,8oaps, Sachets and Powders perfumed in each of the different odors and sold separately or In h&nttsoine case with the perfumes. Perfume and Soap. Perfume, Soap and Sachet. Perfume, Soap, Sachet and Powder. Perfume, Toilet WatT, Soap, Etc PKICES fcrSrwwA m0 wwMrfA.iwil I S. Ms Dry dloods Co. LIMITED. JOBBERS f Hb RETAILERS :ooooxoobo?oopooo ON Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and if there are any left on Thursday, Friday aud Saturday WE SHALL SELL Japanese Silks AT IN SOLID COLORS 35 000000XyOXOC0XK A YD, iT. S. Sachs Dry floods Co, Ltd JOPBEERJ RETAILERS POET STBEET. I V? OUR STOCK OF BUGGIES, PHOTONS SURREYS, RXTNABOUTS is larger and more complete than any other stock in Honolulu "We also carry a full line of Delivery and Express Wagons, Farm Wagons, Dump Carts, Etc., Etc., Etc. We inrite you to Inspect our stock whether jou JZ want to buy now or later. J Wo rt Solt Agent for tb. 8TUDEBAK1R GOODS. 6 sSsRsSBH. """W" '3ETJU Q. SCHUHAN Merchant- Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets. BELTIOR1L TDUW SimXST, brt. Atepai aad AIM tabte bowi. TwkykoM Sta MM Silent Barber Shop mjuoi ArUactMi BlMk, Xrttl ft Ms &- "cTTf" .' u .VJk , .. --! j&SHjZ&X fi(Ti .1... ."i.feACfcir3rV53s,w - Js'-a . r -l '.. "'- " -- - -" -a. - -y -&:? .tfc.''' JV.