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ItAWAItAK UTAH, .MONDAY, MAY 2U,. 1899.
remembcrevl Hint our stock
represents the finest ready-to-we
tr Clotliitig made iti the
United Statfcs stylish, serv
icablc, becoming Clothes that
have nothing in common with
ordinary "ready made" gar
ments, nor with the kind of
goods turned out by the aver
age custom tailor.
We have .recently added to
our stock the lines made by
Hart, SchafTner &r Marx of
Chicago, in addition to our
Stein-11 loch goods.
15 j not pay but money for
awkward, old fashioned ready
made C'otuing when you can
have the H. S. &nM. goods
for the same cost. Dj not
pay the tilor's: price, when
you can get as good,' and
probably better, satis action,
for less than half the money.
Mtfticuif ic ; :
Fort ii nd Mur'etiant fetre'c'W.
ML tx w, ilcxtx Curio as
Kpu, Calabashes, Leis, Native lints,
Bula Skirts, Niihhu Mitts, Kans, Shells,
Seeds; etc IIcrue-Mnde loi constantly
on hand. Mending done Neatly and
Cut Flowers furnished 'by the
215 MliUCHANT ST.; HONOLULU.
.Telephone fiSU. .. .
ANTl - DYNAMINTH DUVFCK
UUIKiLAK VKOOV SAFKS.
' FIIIIS IMIOOI' SAVES.
MEKCANTI UK SAFES.
IIUJKHiAK' PROOF' AND SAFK
We.liavc just received a new ship
ment of the Famous Diebold Safes,
and constantly keep- on hnnd a very
FEW tt.OINTS pF. SUPERIORITY,
Exposing Writing'. ' "
Releasing Papr. ' I
Shifting Ribbon. 1
Putting Work Rack in Machine.
And in many other particulars.
I 11V AUTHORITY.
l!o!il of ItcglHtrulliiii I'nge
. I i 1 1 1 - r.Mli a Legal llolltliiy . ...I'uge
Oroerrs Closing 1'uge
.M'Iii-mU' Su.vfnr I n., bid I 'nyi
Wi tier's K. S. Ci I'nge
H. Ml!w I'nge
AleMlenl .nsooialiou I'nge
, OltlJillt iW I'HOCUSSION.
(1. lA. It. Post I'nge
Miiniifiietiirers' Shoe Co I'nge
Willi, Nichols Co.. Mil I 'age
J.elMiin.Miii Photo Supply Co., I'nge
NKWS IN A NUTSllULL.
Ulls r I'antgrnplis that (live Con
ilenscil Xotes of tlio lny
The Oiplieum pleases nil.
Tomorrow will be Memorial Day.
Iannninulu mill has finished Kilndint;
for the season.
Henry Esplnda has been appointed a
captain of police at Olaa.
Jihere will be the usual concert at
I.mnia Square this evening.
OudKe J- W. Kalua is down from Wal
loon, for a stay of a couple of days.
pet (lowers for Decoration day from
Mrs. Amy I,. KIhr at the Woman's Ex
cHittiKe. The sittings of the Hoard of Regtatra
tljin for tlie Island of Ouhu, Is published
In this issue.
,U. L. La Pierre returned by the Clnu
dlrtc Sunday morning, from a short
visit to Maul.
The leading grocery llrms give notice
ttiat their stores will close at 12 o'clock
.The Registration Hoard will leave on
.lime u for n live days tour of Oahu. The
first call will be at Kwa court house.
Wall, Nichols Company advertise the
National Hying top, the greatest novel
ty of the year. Also Hags of nil slzew.
There was quite a row. and light be
tween nntlves in Klkllmle Sunday
night. The police stopped ,the racket.
E. Miller gives notice that' he will not
thereafter he responsible for any debts
oontrnctu'1 by his wire, KamaKa Miner.
The steamers Kinnu and Claudino
will arrive at Honolulu, Saturday, Juno
I'O and will sail at the usual time, June
i?,. . i
The G. A. It. post will form for Mem
orial Day parade at Harmony Hail,
King street, at 2 p. m. sharp, Tuesday,
t,he 20 instant.
Saturday's ball game between the St.
Louis college and Punahou teams, re
sulted In a victory for the former, by a
score of ' IB to G.
John Ouderkirk has sold bis "green"
facer to Hob Hallentyne for $1K00. The
animal is a swill one alio, win Da wtucn
fnl with Interest on Derby day.
1 lie Minister ot me interior puonsnes
Si l!y Authority notice, declaring Mon
day, June 12, IS!)!), n national holi uy,
all Government ollices will be closed.
The Lb Munyon Photo Supply Com
pany have 100 packages of the celebrat
ed Hammer dry plates, which they will
give awuy to amateurs until exhausted.
With a Strong & Gnrileld, high-grade
dress shoe, you need not be afraid to
cross your feet In any crowd. Tlio
Manufacturers Shoe Company have
Maul! Keawepooole, a girl of fourteen
inmate of the Insane asylum, died yes
terday and was buried in the Catholic
cemetery this afternoon. She was at
tended by Dr. Humphries.
The Medical Association of Hawaii,
will hold its annual meeting on Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of
this week. All physicians are Invited
to attend, whether members of the as
sociation or not.
Colonel Hoaplll Haker was taken sud
denly ill last evening, while attending
the services at Milllanl hall. He seemed
to be attacked with some sort of a con
vulsive fit. He recovered sufficiently to
be taken home In a carriage.
The treasurer of the McBryde Sugar
Company, Limited, gives notice that
persons holding temporary receipts for
stock, will receive their certificates af
ter 11 o'clock today, at room 402 Judd
building. After Tuesday, May 30, they
will be delivered from room 209, same
YACHTING AND ROAT1NG.
Yesterday was a gala day in the
harbor and on the yachting course.
A half dozen of yachts went out to
gether and made a very pretty pic
ture in doing it. The vaehts were J.
Williams' Pokii. H. M. Don's Abbie
M., .1. I.ightfoot's Marion, the Myrtle
sailed by W. W. Harris, the llealani
witli a hearty crew of enthusiasts
aboard, the new center board yacht
which arrived on the Alameda for
Crozier and Harris but which has re
ceived no name yet, and the yacht for
merly owned by John Ena. This lnt
ter has been re-nnined the Kaikilani.
She has had her keel deepened and
yesterday showed sailing qualities
that pleased the hui which lias bought
The yachts sailed out past Diamond
Head and back toward Pearl Harbor.
The boat chilis are preparing for
the coming races. Captain Klebahn
of the Healnnl's is carefully training
his crew. George Angus has now re
turned from Hawaii and is giving his
attention to the Myrtle's crew. Roth
clubs have a number of barges out on
their respective nights of practice.
WEDDING DAY ANNOUNCED.
HONOKAA. May 25. It is announc
ed that Miss Madge Greenfield,
daughter of Dr. Greenfield and Rev.
C. E. Tomkins will be married June
21. Rev. V. Kitcat of Honolulu will
Time is Money"
Is well illustrated by the hurried
business man in his fruitless
search among the accumulation
of papers in h s desk for an im
portnut document which he has
just live minutes to produce. "A
place for everything," is nn excel
lent motto. This is what our new
desks, with their latest, up-to
date, time-saving devices, repre'
sent In reality. All Styles and all
prices in the lot just received by
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
mcnaccrs to health of the present day.
If" l r.Kffj- fn-vct R CO., NEvrrORK.
MclHSYDK SUGAlt COMPANY.
CertHlcntes of stock in the Ucllryde
Sugar Company are being issued to
day. The non-preferred subscribers
get one share in twenty of those sub
scribed for. It is said that about
$000,000' was actually taken in Friday
and Saturday. This menus that about.
1. 1,000 shares were open to the public.
The promoters however give out. no
information on this head.
We don't relish advice because the
people who offer It nlwnys have so
many more faults than we have.
1IONOKAA SUGAlt COMPANY.
ICAHUKU PLANTATION COMPANY.
AMHMCAN SUGAlt COMPANY.
OAHU RAILWAY LAND COMPANY
Corner King and Bethel Streets.
JAS. J. MORGAN
Auctioneer and Broker
33 Queen Street
P. 0. Box 594 Telephono 72
The undersigned offers for sale, u
valuable parcel . of Land on the
southeast corner of Reretania 'and
Miller streets. The property has a
frontage of 54 feet on Reretania street
and 03 feet on Miller street.
Area 4,700 square feet.
There are two Cottages on the prop
erty, one of which is now rentec for
$25 per month. ;
For further particulars apply to
33 Queen Street
The greatest Novelty of tlio year.
Flies 50 to 100 feet
For sale only by
Wall, Nichols Co
' SOLK AGKNTS FOR HAWAII.
N. 11. Tlio Trade supplied,
' You are told that, "there is no
Kodak but the Eastman Kcdak.".
We handle only Eastman Kodak's.
Their goods are a' guaraiitne of
quality. We have them from $5
to S35, and whether you bm the
lowest priced instrument "r the
highest; they will be found, just , as,
represented. Kodaks make the
best cf Holiday Presents, ..acceptr
able to either sex. .
Eastman Films are good. Films.
That is the reason we handle them
exclusively. You will always find
our Films fresh, and fresh Films
insure the best work.
Developing and Printing.
. Many amateurs enjoy the work
of developing and printing. There
are others who have not the time
or inclination to da the work them
selves. We make a specialty of
this branch of the Kpdak business.
Our customers are kind enough to
say we turn out better work thani
they get elsewhere. We take
nride in this department of our!
business. Every Film developed
carefully. If our photographer
finds you are making mistakes he
will correct you. That's, a very im
portant advantage. Let us show
'ou what we can do.
Kobron Drug Co.
Headquarters for Eastman Kodak
At Reauty Parlors, just opened in
Orpheum Hotel, by. a graduate from
r vi.!n Tr., !
lllU llllllUUS IIUIUOUU lCl Uijt'
tological Institute,, San Francisco, j
If your beauty is marred by
Call at the Beauty Parlors. Gray
hair restored in four days. i
Restores, the natural color plump
ness and youthful" freshness to tio
skin and face.
Visit my" parlors and see What cjan
be done for you. !
Hnirdressing, Manicuring. (Ladies
only.) - " 1
JJS. II. IOVB
'la a born speculator. This is par
ticularly true of Americans. Ills
nctivo and nervous disposition is
not content unless lie stands to
make or looso a dollar every day.
j are quiet now for a time, they have
had their inning, and it is only
natural that more nttentlon will
be paid to Honolulu
which never goes down. Every
month your real estate is worth
a little more. So permanent and
steady lias been the rise In Real
Estate that Is cannot be called
speculation but rather investment.
1 have a number of good pieces
" ' for salo that are sure money mak
ers. L. C. ABLES,
315 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
TRIBUNE, Model 4I
. . h . s, ,BIuo or Black
Our Grandmothers Used It.
THE WHEELER WILSON
BUT, OH HOW DIFFERENT THEN FROM NOW.
The old one was good,
All who used it will say,
Hut better, far better,
The machine of to-day.
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH, UALU
Sold on monthly installments.
Iv. Ti PRESCOTT,
Fort Street, near Hotel.
We are displaying in our window
100 Japanese Rugs at $1.00 each.
French Flannelettes, in Unique
Designs, at 25 Cents Per Yard.
The Latest in Ladies' Neckwear, Veiling
Direct from the Makers.
- ROGER &
Offer this coming
week the latest in
at lowest prices.
A large line of
16 yards $1.
TRIBUNE, Model 40
Black or Blue
Swift, Silent and, Durable.
Renting and Repairing.
tno jnouicun. Also a large as
CALL IN AND EXAMINE IT.
Fort Streot, near King.;
STQOLS, ETC., ETC.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
ZISS FORT STREET.
Iprt Street, Honolulu,