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WE ABE Dolls that, sauoak Dolls that speak ! IN ALL Dol s that wash FRnH Dolls that don't DOLLS Our trumpets and drums startle the town. Mechanical toys in every shape keep going. Battleships that would do credit to any navy. Trucks, wagons, trains to suit lr.rge corporations; also Banks equal to any in town, all at exceptionally low prices. Call and see them before going elsewhere as you cannot fail to be suited. DON'T FORGET WE -1 f'i V? & V'U Kf - M', REPUBLICAN GHSRTER QR NONE Continued From First Page. tuo Independents that we do not trust ocntive committee will endeavor as promptly as possible to . get together h lKxIy of representative men and make an effort to formulate a charter. An Independent View. The following report of Monday night's meeting appeared in yesterday's Independent:: "The much bragged about mooting of last evening at the Drill bhed, presumed to be for a purpose, was about the snidest held during the campaign. In the first place the delegates- did not turn jJlujtp' decide the momentous question I ot prnrucawy a cum Button for the preparation of a charter, and there was not a majority present. Again they who wore there apparently did not know in harmony minds and could not work in harmony and split JP ' np nl they did. on election day1: 'Again, our friend J. D. McCants Stewart, who presided, so far as his "brunette complexion is concerned, representing but not endorsed by the ruling brunette race, talked too much and too v while the blondaines. felt Vnlall and wilted and contented them selves with quarreliug. -"This morning the executive .committee in its purblind wisdom decid ed to decline the invitation of dopenaent part- tor consultation, oul agreed to appoint a committee of thirty eltJsens to prepare a charter on bohnlf of the Republican party. The Iadopendonts await the result with th indention of giving fair' play it fair play is given." CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. Four Dawson. N. W. T merchants were arretted two weeks asocharged with selling Impure foods. The police followed up this action by seizing and destroying "5 tons of hutter, bacon and hams and several tons of other eatables. One of the most disastrous wrecks on the Mexican Central''Railway for many years occurred December 2d. at a point 400 miles south of El Paso Elovon persons, including three American trainmen, are known to have been more or less seriously injured. Administration officials at Washington continue sanguine that the ministers of the powers at Peking will Soon reach a common ground of agreement In the demands to bo made upon the Chinese Imperial government in satisfaction for the Boxer outrages. -, i Day by day more names are added to the list ot those who perished In the ,.San Francisco glass works on November 29th. While nine of the victims nwen being laid in their last resting,-?& ti1sm two ''moro sucenmhod to theirs i' ' iafuries. maklnc a total of Russia's population has been est!-" mated at 13n000.000. according to T . statement of the mlnisterNof finance. The Slavic population Islifpercent cf the whole, the Poles 7 per cen xfce total Fnateh population being over, ,- SHOWING THE BEST SELECTION AND LARGEST f Dolls that SIZES AND COMPLEXIONS I Dolls that 7Sr.ls in S3 OB Uolis mat doIJs that ARE GREAT HANDLERS - K B. 000,000. There are about 4,000,000 Jews. The committee appointed by the last general assembly of the Presbyterian church to consider the revision of the creed of the church was to meet In Washington, D. C, Tuesday, December 11th. Dr. Herrick Jolinson of Theological Seminary, Chicago, will preside. Secretary Root's bill for the reorganization of the army has been introduced by Chairman Hull of the house military committee and referred to that committee. Work on the bill has been in progress and the measure now is practically completed and ready to be reported. Mr. Krueger has abandonedhis proposed visit to Berlin, owing to the receipt ofgan official intimation that Emperor William regrets that in quenco of previous arrangements he will be unable to receive him. The boer statesman will therefore proceed directrom Cologne for Holland. 5; ' Notice. Notice Is hereby given that Ah Tarn on the l"th day of November, 1900, sold his entire interests in the firm of. Whoe Tod Kee Tain Soo Lee & Co., to1 Ching Yal. All debts contracted by Ah Tarn, prior to date pi sale will bo settled by him.- The said company, will not be, responsible for any deht; contracted hereafter brh" Tam. , CHING YAL 5 Notice. Sealed proposals will be received until 12 m., January 5th, at the office: of the undersigned, for the supplying of this Department, for the term of zis months ending 1901, WHEAT HAY. (Large"bales) OATS, CA 1 Col.) JSP' lvr.&4at;j Dellverylb be made at stations and In quahtltiesas required. KENNETH ,R.G. WALLACE. Secretary -Board of Commissioners Honolulu Fire Department H OFFMAN oxsrsggE& BSER SALOP N No Beer te Burn but Beer' te J: ' MM land. A li&rge Invoice in Draught and Bottles, iahaa comeuo sty. bure,oflregular ' monthly invoices. L. H. DEE, Proprietor. Keatl the Honolulu EepubJkin. squeak speak wasn don't FOE THE LADIES SDGCialtV Shirt Waists, excelling everything of the kind & 3 ever brought to town, in all colors and designs, latest Sleeve, Collar and Cuff, oOcts. 65cts, Tocts, S5cts, and Si. Flannelettes in most beautiful shades; SJcts, lOcts, and 12icts. Dimities in great variety S'cts, lOcts, 12icts, 15cts, lTcts and 20cts. Also 20 cases of Lawns, Organdies, Percales, etc., which we must clear out. 36in. wide, at 12icts, usual price 15cts. These goods are all new and clean, our only reason for selling them so cheaply is our want of space. FOR GENTLEMEN We have everything that man can wish for in furnishings. Our Neckwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Hose. Underwear. Pajamas, Bath Robes; also Soap and Towels, They are not to be competed with in this city both for quality and styles. Trunks in every shape and size at economic prices, OF THE BEST SEWING MACHINES, TO WIT: "THE In Serving Others We Serve Ourselves ? v ! k . -X , 9- DON'T READ THIS X- X- r TV FO 7HF CHILDREN "tk v -, TOYS ! TOYS ! TOYS ! ' 1 ji i 1 T f un - $- ' V ' i i S3 T?i 1 nft nio vv v v- Bedspreads "El Ultimo," Tocis; is no Criterion." "AUTOMATIC," "NORWOOD, KBRR & CO. lytd? QUERN STREET Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day of December, 1900, Chong Le4 Co. will dispose of their fish pond anil' salt works at Puuhale, Kalihikai, Oahu. to Look Sing Tong. All debts contracted by Chong Lee Co. prior to the day of this sale will be settled -y them. CHONG LEE CO. Per. S. S. ZEALANDIA For Camarino's Refrigerators. PEACHES, APPLES, nes, Fears, Leiery. uaunnower, Oysters, Salmon, Crabs, fresh California Oysters, fine Turkeys, andr many other fresh goods. Alakea and TCinf Streets. Tel ATnin 37R FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS! PER S. S. ZEAUHDI1 Also a number of natural ramus TREES from California. LEWIS & CO.,, Grocers Sole Agents THREE TELEPHOHES 240-240-240 HART & CO. THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLBRS Rne Chocolates and Confections-. Ice Cream and Ices "Water. Geo. 1. Martin Fisi'mitilf TaHrnr Room 3 . Elite Bldg HOTXL STXXXT. COLLECTION OF TOTS J. E SCHNACK Dealer in Real Estate, 223 Merchant St. Offers Sale Lots in the Following Tracts. MASOA HEIGHTS. A few large choice lots with unequaled view; terms easy; prices from $1,730 ' to $2,000 per lot. ' KDUANU TRACT. Various lots uOilOO feet .al S250 to $400 each, according to location ; terms $25 per lot down, balance in monthly installments of $10 per lot each month. NDUAXU TRACT ADDITION. JUST OPENED AND DIVIDED INTO LARGE LOTS of different sizes, which I will sell on easy monthly, install meats with a small cash payment down. These lots are almost level and have a rich soil, producing anything anybody may want to plant. They are only a couple of hundred feet from Nuuanu avenue and of easy access. A 'bus runs' to the premises. This is a rare chance to get a good home cheap. ; NUUANU VALLEY. Five lots on lane just above the Queen Emma premises. . WAJKOAE. Near Kamehameha schwl? Throe inside lots on a 25 feet wide street on easy monthly installments ; cheap. KALUAPALENA. KALIHI. A large lot with a fine view on a good street: price $1,200; teres aj. A magnificent large corner lot with fine view in the choicest part of Kahili; half cash, balance at your own terms. This is s realbargain. KEWALO. Four adjoining lots ; aggregate area lOOi 200 fet; suitable Ioca'ioa for ware-house; cheap for cfct'i. A large lot on K'mz street. FOR IJ2ASE. One and out-third of an acre of IanJ between LiUfea street asd Iasane Asylum road, close to Kicg street, affording iroom for a large snabec of cottages. A bBsfaear'aite oa MaaaakeA street, H4l MMi twU ttntL r IN HONOLULU. OUR STOCK EXCEEDS ONE HUNDRED CASES. il V FOR THE HOUSEHOLD In Domestics we are unsurpassable. We offer von 104 Sheetings at 20cts, 2o cts, 27Acts, 32cts and 45cts. Pillow Casings from l(cts to lScts. A big selection. Blankets in every shade; per pair 90cts, , 3lVt0; $1.50, $1.75, SO Fin STANDARD," "DOMESTIC," Win. Saidge & Co. Real Estate Agents FOR SALE. $3,500 House and lot 6n Liliaa 3L. 56xllS; 6 rooms. 55,000 House and lot on College 3t, 75x125; nouse contains 7 room.-. 15,000 House and lot on Alexander St, 106x190. $3,300 House and lot on Vineyard 3t, 75x00. $3,600 House and lot on Young St. 60x140. $6,500 House and lot on Young 3t, 10 rooms. 90x140. $2,900 House and lot at Kallhl, 77 xl50. $2,750 House and lot on Alapal St; good Tiew. $2,600 House and lot on Kinau St 50x100. $1,000 Large lot at Kalihl, 77&X150. $3,900 House and lot at Kalihl, 155x 150. $5,500 Business property on Fort St, 47x98. $6,000 Lodging house in cenUr of city. $7,500 Investment at Kewalo; monthly income $11Q. $4,200 Leasehold on Beretania St; 2 large stores; 20 years to run. $,500 Large lot with buildings on Punchbowl St; brings In $&3 per month. $5,000 House and large lot on Queen street $1,400 Lot on Queen St, 50x100. $3,500 Large lot with .6 cottages; monthly income $125. , $1,250 Large lot at Kalihl, 105x103. $3,500 Elegant residence, 225 ft front, on Makikl St. $5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near Lunaillo Home, 120x150; a bargain. $4,000 Leasehold on Beretania St; 3S years to run; net income $30 per month. 900 Leasehold witli building on Fort St; 8 years to run. Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama: all sizes and prices. Lots on Austin Lane, Palama; all sizes kndpricaa. Jjra at Kucawai off Liliha and Judd V Sts.; all bargains. Lots at Kewalo from $373 np, according to location. $4,000 Large warehouse at Kfiwilr; recently built $4,00J Leasehold of city front lot on - Queen St. near Fi3h Market wharf; 24 years to run. A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama. Possession given on the 1st of October. TO LET. Three summer, residences near city, at Tantalus, Pearl Citx and NIu. lot savidoe i co: Real Estate Axeat, 06 Merckaat St THE 0RPHEUM ' . The Only Vaudeville House K A2.T3 In Honolulu. 000000 Thursday, Friday and Saturday 0000C00 AH ENTIRE CildNQE OF PROQRin A New Farce by a Conlon and Ryder "UNDER THE QdSLIQMT AFbstsChss Vaudeville Ml -3- IHSTRUMEHTAI ATHLETIC LAUGFA3LS SPECIALTIES THE ? BEST AVAILABLE TALENT -v Prices25, 50 . Box Office Open 5 cf ,j'vJL' -. TELEPHONE 540. i liL M22 " - 4RlMd5S mmw ion ne - r.. :. .. - it.-' i"'" - jmhie &, M . -, --- - . ..., .-, - . , .o-1 ' . .- -AV V . ' X -v,. i . ,ii -. $1.00VSK257 each, Price AND. "VINDfafc" -i - M! :-!. 'ik BY and 75 Cents From 9 A. M. j ', Republican r .