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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JUNE 189fi.
THE CLASS OF r
Exercises at Kamehawefc Schools
IHne of ! H.vlf anHOH ft Change
lu pwgnwi lateretMUl Bssrs
At the graduating exercises at the
Kamehameba School for Boys last
night, after the Rev. Stephen Desha
had delivered the invocation the Ka
mehameba Choir sang, and owing to
the illness of the vice-president, Rev.
C. M. Hyde, instead of his address the
salutatory and an essay on "The Build
ing of Roads a Factor in Civilization,"
was delivered by E. L. Jones.
Miss Richards then sang a very pret
ty piece called "Colleen Asthore," and
carried away the house, and a floral
tribute. R. M. Duncan delivered an
able address on "Hawaiian Mythology"
and after other able addresses J. A.
Smith delivered the valedictory.
The program in full is given below.
The hall was beautifully decorated and
the class motto, "Make the Ideal Real,"
w as conspicuous.
Invocation Rev. Stephen Desha.
Salutatory and Essay "The Building
of Roads a Factor in Civilization"-
E. L. Jones
Essay "Hawaiian Mythology"
R. M. Duncan.
Essay "The Need of Play"
W. K. Kalaiwaa.
Essay j "Class Prophecy"
H. K. Oana.
Essay and Valedictory "The Making
of an Engine" J. A. Smith
Address "The Value of a Teacher's
Moral Influence" S. W. Meheula
Address "The Place of the Hawaiian
In Education" W. H. Beers
Conferring of Certificates.
Class of '96 "Make the Ideal Real."
Rudolph Meyer Duncan, Egbert Moe-
honua Kauhane, Lowell Kalamahiai
Kupau. Daniel Punohuula Aimoku, Ed
ward Kekuni Wongham. Henry Kawai
hoa Oana, William Kameeiamoku Ka
laiwaa. Edwin Kaimiola Montgomery,
Joseph Augustine Smith, Jonathan Ku
pau Holi, Elias Likolehua Jones, Chas.
Normal Class Solomon William Me
heula, '93; Matthew Hoonani Kane, '93;
Isaiah Kukalani Pahee, '95; William
Kamaialii Naipo, '95; William Harry
CAPTAIN ALFREDO UBORDE.
TWO OF THE COMPETITOR'S CREW.
Captain Laborde and Owen Milton, sentenced to be shot by a Spanish conrt
martial and saved from death by the protest of the United States, were two of the
leading spirits in the Competitor filibustering expedition. Milton is a citizen of
Kan.H:t.s and a newspaper correspondent. Altogether five Americans were caught on
the Competitor and Spain has consented to have them retried in a civil court and
under treaty provisions.
ALL SIZES. Just Received, by the
"Australia," the Finest Assortment of Boys' Suits
ever put on sale in Honolulu. ALSO,
A Great Assortment
PLATED WARE PRICES.
We Are Offering For One Week. Only,
D.ni.nin. Trn a v ik. fr.ilMiMnn- Qi-fiVlAc nf terlincr Silver at Dfices so low
that vou cannot afford to 4oosc such an opportunity to lay in a stock of Spoons and
t - a m m a f 1 . " A. a.
roms at prices far Deiow manufacturers nrst cost.
We have selected to be sold a certain number as enumerated below, ami snail
positively not sell another pieoe at these prices.
If you are wise, you will make this your day, and select the aesirapie pieces
before the day Is over:
24 dozen Tea Spoons at $8 per dozen. Regular from $12 to $16.
12 dozen Tea Spoons at $13.50 per dozen. Regular from $16 to $21.
12 dozen Dessert'Forks from $21. 50 to $25 per dozen Regular from $28 to $35.
12 dozen Dessert Spoons from $22.50 to $25 per dozen. Regular from $30 to $35.
12 dozen Table Forks from $30 to $35 per dozen. Regular from $40 to $50.
12 dozen Table Spoons from $30 to $37.50 per dozen. Regular from $4-0 to $55.
12 dozen Egg Spoons at $15 per dozen. Regular from $21 to. $24.
h7-.nd niicstinn. and as we are not fake Jewelers vou
will n"t hesitate to lake advantage of this golden offer before it is-too late.
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After next Saturday not another piece will be sold, so do not delay and leave it
until it is too late.
CASH SALES ONLY, and No Engraving free of charge.
REV. DILLON'S TALK.
H. F. W1CHMAN.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
N.B. Don't forget that we sell American Flags.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HOLL1STER & CO.
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Import direct from the principal factories of the world.
Will Speak Tonight on Love,
Courtship and Marriage.
One of the most humorous speakers
Honolulu people have listened to in
years is Rev. Benjamin Dillon. Three
times during the present week the
speaker has had his audience at the
Christian Church, Alakea street, con
vulsed with laughter.
Tonight he will lecture on the popu
lar subject "Love, Courtship and Mar
riage," from the standpoint of a man
who has had some experience and who
has been feeling the bumps on the heads
of aspirants for the presidency for.
fifteen years past. It is openly stated
that Mr. Dillon 'handles this particular
subject with a great deal of dexterity.
The lecture will begin at a quarter to
eight this eveniag, and the admission
fee will be twenty-five cents.
WE HAVE : JUST OPENED :
New - Goods
Commission's have been issued to Dr.
C. B. Cooper as regimental surgeon,
with the rank of Major; Dr. James T.
Wayson to be surgeon of the First
battalion, with rank of Captain, and
Dr. R. P. Myers to be surgeon of the
Second battalion, with rank of Major.
Flutter Ducks, Princess Ducks, Per
cales, Chambrays and Prints in new
patterns and designs, very cheap.
White Cottons and Longcioths, Pil
low Cottons, Sheetings, Milton and Mar
seilles Quilts, Mosquito Netting, Lace
Valence, Madras Curtains hi new pat
terns, new Rugs and Carpets.
A new assortment of Linen Collars,
Cuffs, Suspenders and Hat Puggarees,
Dogskin, Kangaroo and genuine Sara-
nac Buck Gloves, Cotton, Alpaca and
Silk Umbrellas, Rain Coats and Slick
ers, Linen Ducks and Wool Serges.
FOR THE LADIES
Ribbons, Pure Silk Faille, new Laces,
a beautiful variety of Shirt Waists, Silk
Umbrellas.and Cravanette Waterproof
Cloth in blue, brown and black; Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs and Black Silks.
line of Fine
m i li Beds
OF HOME- MANUFACTURE,
Suited to the climate and at prices which will suit the
kpt of flnvone. "which will not rust.'
Woven Wire Bailey is the only maker of Wire Beds
"which will not rust, outside ot fcnglana.
QUEEN ST., NEXT DOOR TO L. B. KERR'S.
JMHVr jHX mMy-
A Model Plant is not complete with
out Electric Power, thus dispensing
with small engines.
Why not generate your power from
one CENTRAL Station? One gener
ator can furnish power to your Pump,
Centrifugals, Elevators. Plows. Rail
ways and Hoists; also furnish light
and power for a radius of from 15 to 26
Electric power being used saves the
labor of hauling coal in your field, also
water, and does away with high-priced
engineers, and only have one engine to
look after in your mill.
Where water power is available it
costs nothing to generate Electric
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM
PANY is now ready to furnish Electric
Plants and Generators of all descrip
tions at short notice, and also has on
hand a large stock of Wire, Chandel
iers and Electrical Goods.
All orders will be g4ven prompt at
tention, and estimates furnished for
Lighting and Power Plants; also at
tention is given to House and Marine
THEO. HOFFMAN, Manager.
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
All orders from the other Islands In
the Carriage Building, Trimming and
Fainting Line will meet with prom
P. O. BOX 321.
128 AND 130 FORT 8T.
B IG LOT
In France the doctor's claim on the
estate of a deceased patient has pre
ference over all others.
In the Crockery Department a new
Glassware and China in new designs.
A full line of .new Groceries by the S. S. Australia.
Yours, the Old Reliable,
Walter C. Weedon J. T. Waterhouse,
Manager. Queen Street.
NEW JAPANESE DRY GOODS
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Pre
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
In all the great Hotels, the leading
Clubs and the homes, Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder holds ita supremacy.
40 Year the Standard.
LEWIS & CO..
Atrents. Honolulu, H. T.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
Is a pure, unadulterated lubricator,
and is fully warranted to be of the
highest possible grade and to give first
class satisfaction in every particular.
A laree number of mills are using it,
and we are having new orders every
j week. Those who use it once, want it
I right along. The
j ALUMINUM CANE KNIFE
Has found its way to many of the
plantations on the Islands, and is
spoken of in the highest terms by over-
seers and cane cutters. It is the beat
knife ever offered for sale here. Try it
STEP IN AND LOOK at on?
We have a CRYSTAL ONE the;
shows the whole process at a glance
Tt is the best and easiest cleaned flit- I
known. We will show you also our netr
FRUIT or MANGO PICKERS
We have a SPLENDID stock of
Hardware, Ship Chandlery and Gn-
ral Merchandise oh hand, and are add
ing to it by nearly every new arrival
Silk ware of every des
cription. Tea Sets in new designs.
Everything in our Store to be sold at
Very Lowest Prices.
it I Klnjf street, Corner of Smith Street
Queen st rt .
Honolulu, II. I.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and Kiiu? Streets, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Gazette Company,
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS
Importers and Dealers in
Groceries. Proyisions and Feed.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company. Ono
mea Sugaf Company. Honomu Sugai
Company, Wailuku Sugar Company,
Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Sugar
Company, Haleakala Ranch Company,
Planters' Line San Francisco Packets,
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bostoa
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agents for Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
New and Fresh Goods received by every packet frm
and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fisa.
Goods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction guarantee.
Island trade solicited.
p. O. BOX 145.
TELEPHONE NO. 92.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
P. C. f Jones, president; Geo. H. R-"
ertson, manager; E. F. Bishop, treasu A
and secretary; Col. W. F.. Allen, audi
tor; C. M. Cooke, H. Waterhouse, A. W
TilE VERY FINEST OF
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Westbrook & Gares,