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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JUNE 26, 1896,
AMERICAN CELEBRATION. Efforts Centered Upon Ball Literary Exercise. The American Fourth of July Com mittee held another meeting last night at which there was quite a free expres sion of opinion and a further cutting down of the program to prevent in terference with the Hawaiian Com mittee. In consequence of the apparent de sire of the organization to hold the athletic events at the ball grounds, in stead of Independence Park, the Amer ican Committee withdrew its offer to use Independence Park and decided not to hold the usual picnic. This simmers the American celebra tion flown to a ball on the evening of the 3d, salutes morning and evening of the Fourth, and literary exercises in the pavilion. The committee has de cided to concentrate its energies on what amounts to two events and carry those through in the proper American style. The time of holding the literary ex ercises has not been definitely decided, owing to the hour set for the Presi dent's reception. The function at the Park will follow as soon after the reception as possible. Rev. D. P. Bir nie has consented to deliver the ad dress of the day. POLICE COURT Judge Dc La Vergne Whiles the Hours Away and Reaps Reward. Tom Nott and Fred Naylor. who were present when Mr. Spooner biffed Mr. O'Halloran on King street and al lowed the two men to fig,ht without in terfering until one cried , "Hold, enough!" were before his Honor on a charge of misprision of assault. The evidence showed that neither of the men tried to stop the fight, and his Honor taxed Mr. Nott $10 and costs and Mr. Naylor $15 with condiments. Ah Hao believed he was guilty of riding a bike without a headlight, and aereed with the Juaee that $2 was about right. Jimmy Paauhau, au ordinary, sneak thief, has moved to the reef. His trouble was his penchant for bicycles that were not his. Joseph Seabury, who was charged by his wife with using threatening language toward her, took up a good deal of the Judge's time without being finished. The case is peculiar from the fact that the couple have contin ued to live together since the threat ening language is said to have been used. DR. HUSTLE'S TROUBLE. Co. D Minstrels Preparing for a First-class Show. In the performance given some months ago by the talented members of Company D the only thing lacking was dancing. With the exception of Overshiner there seemed to be no mem ber of the company capable of getting out on the boards and shaking a shoe. Under the graceful management of Mr. Finney three of the boys have been drilled into the way f doing a song and dance that will be a feature of the show. The afterpiece, which has been chris tened "The Hawaiian Medical Associ ation," promises to be one of the fun niest things seen since the old Kai miloa. The first part contains a number of new songs and sayings and things that will bring applause from the audience. In the olio Mr. Finney will do an en tirely new club-swinging act, different in every respect from anything he has done here before. 1 Denos WE HAVE A FEW MORE BOXES in our Safe Deposit Vault which are not yet rented. There are four sizes, varying in price from $12 to $30 per year. Any private papers left in these, boxes are perfectly safe, as the vaults are fire-proof and are fitted with time locks, which makes them abso- i,,t.-w- Hnrrinr-nroof. There are two wv O- X keys to each box, both of which are given to the party renting box, and should these keys be stolen they would be useless to bearer, as he could not open the box without our master- key being first inserted. Parties leaving the Islands for their summer vacations will find it a con venient place to leave any valuables. Boxes can be rented by the month or year as desired. Apply to III and " HALF AND HALF 99 18 A GBEAT APPETIZEB Makes the weak stout and purifies the Boxes HflWO lOSQWOSII mem Go blood. Sold at the Empire Two for ?tf c-nts. SalooD, BY AUTHORITY. WATER NOTICE. In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter XXVI of the Laws of 1886:. All persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending December 31, 1896, will be due and payable at the office of the Honolulu Water Works, on the 1st day of July, 1896. All rates remaining unpaid for fif teen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Rates are payable at the office of the Wnter Works in the Kapuaiwa build ing. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works Honolulu, H. L, June 15, 1896. 4328-14t W. W. DIMOND. It has been the wonder of dealers here what becomes of all of the stoves imported to Honolulu. Every vessel arriving brings from one to eighty (ours is the eightv lot), and very few of the stove men have old stock. By our introduction of the "Jewel " Stoves and Ranges the importation of stoves will diminish, at the end of two years. We say two years, because by that time all other makes of stoves will have burnt or rusted out and their places will be taken by Original Delrolt OVER 1. 600.000 IN USE. We believe our $12 Jewel Stove is better than any on the market as it has the following features: Large Wide Ovens, Quick Bakers. Handsome Carved Ornamentation in latest design. Tin Lined Heat Retaining Oven Doors. Large Broad Oven Shelf and Top Shelf. Nickelled Oven Door Panels and Tow el Rod. Large End Wood Feed Dore. Long Continuous Fire Box for large Wood. Broad Smooth Hearth Plate. Heavy Covers and Centers. Cut Long Center that will not warp. Rods protected from contact with Fire. Cut Top Plate that will not crack. Kickers for opening Oven Door with Foot. Has every essential feature for a serviceable stove. Von Holt Block. BASEBALL SEASON FIRST REGIMENT STARS. SATURDAY, JUNE 27 Game Called at 3:90 p.m. ADMISSION 25 CENTS. BEAVER SALOON, Fort street, opposite Wilder & Co.'s, H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. First-class Lunches Served With Tea Coffee. Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m. .Smoker's Requisites a specialty. CHR. GERTZ, -:- 513 Fort Street. OFFERS TO THE LADIES- A fine assortment of French Kid But ton Boots, best quality, in sizes 1 to 8, widths, C, D, E and EE. Will be sold one-third below cost price. 4333-lw FOR ONE June Ladies' Muslin Underwear NIGHTGOWNS, CORBET COVERS, SKIRTS AND DRAWERS. CHILDREN'S MUSLIN COST PRICE. This is in order to make room for our new stock, which will arrive in the very near future. B. F. EHLERS & Co. FORT 1776 Hurrah for Fourth of July! 1896 fc tlx cq oo fy TT f I 77 Hi W I 1894 Hurrah for Republic of Hawaii! 1896 ARCTIC SODA WATER WORKS H. SITTEN FIELD & CO., Proprietors. Miller Street, near Beretania. Sole Manufacturers of James W. Tuft's Popular Drink, Birch Beer; Pepsin Cherry Tonic; Celery, Iron and Sarsaparilla; High Grade Ginger Ales. Lemon, Lemon Cream, Vanilla Cream and Plain Soda; Sarsaparilla:' Hire's Root Beer; Orange, Pineapple and Champagne Cider, Etc., Etc: Family Trade a Specialty. TELEPHONE 592. ENTERPRISE PETER HIGH & CO., Proprietors OFFICE AND MILL. Alakea and Richards Streets, near Queen, Honolulu, H. -:- MOULDINGS Doors, . lift TURNED AND Prompt attention to all orders. n Read the ADVERTISER. WEEK ONLY 22d, We will sell our K TIRE STOCK DRESSES, AT : STREET. The W. H. T. X. L." has just received, ex Dimond." a large invoice of ASSORTED FIREWORKS, BALLOONS, TORPEDOES, AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN FLAGS, all sizes, DECORATIVE BUNTINGS, SHIELDS, Etc., For the Fourth of July These goods are new and fresh, of the best quality, and will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Island orders promptly attended to. Corner Nuuanu and King Sts. P. O. Box 480. Telephone 478. S. W. LEDERER. PLANING MILL, I wis. f SAWED WORK TELEPHONE The Secretary Disc Plow is already an established success. A supply U ox pected at an early day, as also Rice Plows, Breakers, etc, manufactured apo- cially for this country. THE VACUUM OILS The best Lubricants manufactured. Picture Mouldings The latest patterns just received from the facvory. Slack & Brownlow's Filters Twenty years' experience has failed to produce so good o water purifier. EGAN, 514 This Week's Bargains CAP THE CLIMAX. SWISS JACKONETTS, Neat and natty patterns, 32 inches wide, imported to sell for 25c, 15 Cents. ORGANDIE LAWNS, Just the thing for a light summer Good patterns and fast colors, 15 Cents. WHITE LAWN DRESS GOODS, Stripes and checks, a nice assortment of patterns, 15 Yards $1. CORDED DIMITIES, Neat figures and stripes. These are a ice goods and are good value at 20c, 12 1-2 Cents. FLANNELETTS. A nice line of stripes in all colors; good good value at 10 cents. 15 Yards $!. THESE ARE ONLY SOME OF THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING. WE HAVE A STORE FULL OF GOODS AND WILL MAKE THE PRICES SUIT YOUR PURSE. Bona Fide Closing Out Sale! Gents' Furnishing Goods AT- COST We have decided to close out our en tire stock of gents furnishing goods. Shall not handle them any more. We intend to devote our entire time to our increasing MERCHANT TAI LORING BUSINESS. Now is the time to purchase under wear, neckwear, shirts and hosiery at cost prices. H. S. TREGLOAN & SON FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. JAPANESE No. 411 King Street, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED Clothes Baskets and Straps, Kimono Goods Silk and Cotton Crepe Shirts, Silk Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Childrens' Caps, Matting and Japanese Paper Lanterns and Candles. -o- K. Pin in Co. Limited. Agents for DEERE & Co. The largest Mow manufac turers in the world. 11 wM DiSC PHI FORT ST., HONOLULU. ORIENTAL LACE, 3 to 4 Inches wide, white and cream, new patterns, lO Cents. EMBROIDERIES. 5 inches wide, choice patterns, lO Cents. LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS. Good muslin and nicely made; tery good value for $1.00, 50 Cents; LADIES' RIBBED COTTON VESTS, Good lengths, all sizes, , IP Cents. LADIES' COLORED DUCK SUITS, Made with Jacket and Shirt, $1.5Q. LADIES' SILK GLOVES. These are a special leader and aro good value at 25 Cents. PRICES! BAZAAR, Next Door to Castle & Cooke's 1SOSHIMA.