THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE!: HOXOLTLr. SEPTEMBER 9. 189.
Company A ball tomorrow evening,
School boys' suits can be found at the
Temple of Fashion.
Dr. J. K. Raymond returned to Maui
on the Claudine yesterday.
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Mrs. Dr. Walters left for her home in
Kauai by the Mikahala yesterday.
Have you seen the Delineator for
September. Get one from Mrs. Hanna.
The Temple of Fashion are selling
knee pants for school boys this week.
The Australia sails at 4 p. m. today.
About 50 passengers are booked by her.
The Board of Education will hold
its regular weekly session at 2:30 p. m.
A waste of time to look any other
place for boys' waists than at the
Regular meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Myrtle Boat Club this
Regular meeting of the Board of
Health at 3 p. m. today. Two weeks'
business to be gone over.
A bay horse branded K. M. on left
leg has been lost. Finder return to
Hing Lee. He offers reward.
Members of Co. G are ordered to re
port at the drill shed this evening, to
attend a business meeting.
Officer Kaimihau Is night clerk at
the police stattion in place of Jack Ka
lakiela, still suffering from an injured
The case of Kailipaka for larceny of
two gold watches came up in the police
court yesterday, but was continued to
Sept. 11th. J
Among the passengers for Kauai on
the fikahala yesterday were G. N.
Wilcox, F. Waldron, S. Kubey and H.
Mr. Henry Holmes will act under
power of attorney for Mr. E. C. Win
ston during the latter's absence from
There was another full attendance
of the II Trovatore singers in Arion
Hall last night. Rapid strides are
It is said that Gus Hammer, recently
of the police department, will leave for
China in the near future, his prefer
ence being Shanghai.
Rev. Stephen L. Desha of Hilo . re
turned to his home on the Kinau Yes
terday after having left his children
safely in school here.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Aztec
will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
on or about September 22d. For freight
and passage, apply to H. Hackfeld &
Miss Grace Richards will re-open
her studio, Room No. 2, Y. M. C. A.
building on Monday, September 14th.
and will then be ready to give instruc
tions in voice culture.
In the police court yesterday morn
ing, Kaapuni, the native who shot J.
C. Pacheco, waived examination on the
charge of murder in the first degree
and was committed to the circuit court
The Wall, Nichols Co. call your at
tention to several good things they
have in their store. They want you
to know that they are the agents for
C. F. Weber & Co. of Chicago and San
The American Minister and Mrs.
Willis will give a dance in honor of
Miss Dulaney this evening, at S o'clock
at the von Holt residence, Waikiki. !
Busses will call for such persons as
will notify Mr. Paine. These will re
turn at l:3u o'clock.
Referring to the statement of an
evening, paper that reasons for the dis
missal of Detective Hammer should be
given, the Marshal wishes it known
that Mr. Hammer was given a full ex
planation of the cause for the action
and said explanation can be published
There was a very pretty little party
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Swanzy. Beretania street, yesterday
afternoon, in honor of the sixth birth
day of their daughter Nora. There
were some twenty children present.
After playing at various kinds of games
light refreshments were served to the
delight of all.
The Board of Managers of the H. A.
X C. stands as follows: Charles
Crane, president: George Angus, vice
president: D. F. Thrum, treasurer: E.
B. Berger. secretary: J. K. Kalaniana
ole. Ed. Towse and T. V. King, mem
bers. The officers in the Board of
Managers hold the same position in
the H. A. A. C.
The U. S. S. Adams will sail for La
haina, Maui, a week from Saturday,
; there to indulge in target practice with
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trip to that place having ben devoted
to the smaller arms. The Adams will
j remain two days retuming to Hono-
Muu- was tne previous intention oi
the Adams to go to Hilo. but thr.t has
been given up.
Bruce Waring & Co. are having the
land they recently bought at Kewal".
bark of the Kawaiahao cfcureh.
platted and surveyed, and invite pros-
n.tivp nnrrh.isers to ?pnd in their an-
plications for lots. Those who eome
first wil1 nave first choice. The pried
of $200 per lot on the easy payment
plan brings this property which is sd
close to the business part of town with
in reach of everybody. Applications
for lots will close on Saturday, Sept.
There was quite a good attendance
of members at the regular weekly meet
ing, of the American League last night.
There was quite a spirited discussion
regarding appointments by the Gov
ernment to various positions of people
who are strictly speaking opposed to
it tooth and nail.
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September 8, 1896. f
Weather hazy, wind liirht northeast.
A BARGAIN IN SERGE.
All wool serge, double width,
good quality, for 75 cents
a yard. You can't af
ford to miss this
still on. If vou haven't
taken advantage of the bar
gains do so at once; it won't
pay to make underwear,
when you can buy them so
Just think of a night gown all ready
made for 50 cents.
A better quality with embroidery yoke
and neck and sleeves, trimmed with em
broidery tor Si.
Chemises, with linen lace trimming for
Ladies' drawers, full size, well made,
ptettv embroidery trimmings, only 50
nts a pah.
A good plain skirt with ruffle for 50
It will certainly pay you
to call and examine these
Lace Curtains, a Bargain.
If you need any, see what
we are offering for i.$o a
pair. They are exceptional
value, full width and 3 1-2
yards long; exquisite pat
terns. N. S. Sachs,
C2o Fort street, Honolulu.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL.
Warinu BriLMNG. Beretania St.
Piano, Voice and Harmony,
OPEN DURING VACATION.
Wall, Nichols Co.
C. F. WEBER & CO.,
CHICAGO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
Having been appointed the Hawai
ian representatives of the above well
known manufactures, we are prepared
to give quotations on the above line of
Ex S. S. Australia we received
A Beautiful Line of
Suitable for School,
Office or Home Use.
Step in and see them.
Wall, Nichols Company
This is the -'Best" Tonic. But
don't take it unless you have
plenty of food, because it brings
a tremendous appetite and you
will want to eat. It starts up
the organs, brings health to those
needing it. Price 35 cents a
bottle. Look lor the mark Get
Hobron Drug Co.
How is your appetite? That's
a leading question it means one
of two things health or illness.
No matter how much or how
excellent food vou have, without
a normal appetite, you can't enjoy
it. The digestive apparatus gets
run down; needs toning up.
The "BEST" TONIC, made
from wholesome grain, is ex
cellent for a jaded appetite. It
seems to be just the thing needed.
A few bottles will set up a normal
You can get Pabst's
"Best" Tonic of
Hobron Drug Co.
Splendid Opportunities for Investors.
Lar;e or intll lots of
Stocks and Bonds Negotiated.
Agents Olinpa Ranch Co., Bailey Oil
Company. Correspondence invited.
W. H. BAILEY & SON,
Montgomery St.. San Francisco, Cal.
P ekerences. San Francisco: C. R.
Bishop, SHby me'tin Works Hjnoluln :
W. . iufth, T. W. Hol.ron.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the
principal cities of the world.
WM. C. IRWIN & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Giffard . Secretary and Treasurer
Theo C. Porter Auditor
COMHISc JN AGENT
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Compan
Of San Francisco, Cal.
's Furnishing Goods
IN ALL BRANCHES.
We offer tc r sale the most complete and largest assort
ment of any wholesale establishment here.
We guarantee our prices to compare with any firm
here or the Pacific Coast.
Please call and examine our stock.
EVERY PIECE OF OUR
ALSO, A SUPPLY OF
HUSTACE & CO.,
Wood and Coal
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
Telephone No. 14.
C 1 Oft
Exclusive Wholesale Merchants.
We do them perfectly; we do
them quickly; we use up-to-date
stationery and we charge
only 'Frisco prices.
Do you want more convincing arguments?
Plenty of them on file. Come and look
them over' we'll take pleasure in explain
ing. The Ruling Fad
Fac similes of your signature accur
ately engraved, no matter how hadly
or how well you write. No matter
how many flourishes you affect, we'll
portray it exactly as you write it.
The "Four Hundred" are using this
style, which for the time being is su
perceding the plain script; yet for all
that it must not be inferred that it is
the only correct thing; as even a plain
block letter has made its appearance.
Tastes and a leaning to "Fads" have
much to do with ruling styles.
We stand ready to cater to your
Our suggestion might help you some
also; for you know we keep posted on
correct things in that line.
H. F. Wichman.
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
lutely burglar-proof. There are two
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
Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO.
Hawaiion Safe Deposit
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Retailers at Wholesale Prices
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Have again reduced their prices of
Dress Goods, Household
Goods, Tailoring Goods,
Clothing, Etc. . . .
Merchants and Commission
New Zealand Mallet
A Short Distance from the Bridge,
Tourists and others will find it to
their advantage to visit the above re
sort, as they will meet with every ac
commodation that comfort requires.
MRS. THOS. WRIGHT,
(Late Law Clerk of Hartwell, Thurston
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT
Interpreter of Chinese, English
and Hawaiian Languages.
Office at HAWAIIAN CHINESE NEWS
Opposite the American League, King
street, Honolulu, H. I.
P. O. BOX 181.
CARL KLEMME, Propr.
New management, Commodious
rooms; Table board the finest, includ
ing many palatable German dishes.
Board and Room, per week. $6.50 to $7.50
Table Board. - - per week, - - $5.00
Importers, Dealers and Manufac
All Kinds - Fertilizers
quantities to suit,
in Compounds. In
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
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