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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADYEKTISEK : nOXOLULU. 4AXUAKV 11, 1S97.
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Im ports from Agra ;n-l Sinti'or- ar- promising, t' iv i..frn nv.-ri:it :m-l th troi-'-t.s f' hrfak.ii.;,' th- !rotii,'ht ar- materially rrrnt r. i:vtritlou r Knilijmtlori. I.ONI N". I-e. S. A l!-rlin dispatch to th- Stanlarl Fays that Charu--IIor von Hohnloh- will imit to the Biin-Jf-srath a hill which is int-n-!-l to rstru-t -mi fration from th" agricultural tiixtricts of (i-rmany. Ilo-Iproolty Wantwl. ST. JOHN'S fNwfoun'llano!), Icc. 2Lk The N-wfniitillan'l Li;islatur- will at tempt to secure reciprocity with the United States when it meets in i- etru ary. The Cabinet is now discussing the question. II-:i.-.troa- Cyclone. LONDON. I)er. :;. A Melbourne dis patch to the Tim- s says a violent cyclone has destroyed the town of Xeverti'-", N. S. W. It is ftare.l several persons have ben killed. Art-hld-diop Falp Oylnir. MONTItCAU D.c At a late hour tonight Archbishop Fahn- was still alive, although his physic ians say he had only a few hours to live. NATIONAL GUARD News Items of Interest to the Military. Photographs of Marksmen to Be Taken Misunderstanding at the Butts. California papers have requested group photos of the ten best marks men of the N. G. H. as shown by Satur day's contest. In compliance with this request. Colonel Fisher has engaged J. J. Williams to take the group next Saturday afternoon. These are the men whose faces will grace the pic ture: W. H. Smith. D. 41; O. Overbeck, E, 41; W. F. Schmidt. B. 43; Mus. Austin, F. 43; F. Ilanevold. F. 43; Bonnie Lemon. D. 43; Lieut. Morse, G, 13; Capt. White. B. 42; Lieut. Colonel Fisher, staff. 42; Joe Gouvea, E, 42. In Saturday's match ninety-one men scored medals, and in the semi-annual match shoot ninety men crossed the thirty-five limit. Sam Johnson of F scored for a gold yesterday, making 43. With Johnson, thrro men have won sharpshoter bar.s in the present series. Captain Ziegler of Company F and Lieutenants Carlis; and Wolters of II have been appointed on the new non com, board. Officers of the Regiment will meet at Headquarters at 7:30 this evening. In their final match shoot at Kakaa ko. Company A defeated Company II by a score of 335 to 3S. The question of whether or not men not shooting must vacate the booths on occasions of matches was decided by Colonel McLean Sunday morning in .'a vor of such men. It is understood, however, that the strictest decorum will be maintained around the stalls while shooting is in progress. SOME GOOD SCORES Sharpshooters Record for Past Two Months. Chance for Picked Men to Send Challenge This Team Will Accept. Owing to the crowded condition of the columns of the newspapers timing I)mber, it was impossible to pub lish the scores made by the Sharp shooters during the month of Novem ber. Today the scores of 30 men tor November and December are given. The showing i.- cood enough to tempt some of the crack shots in the Na tional Guard here, or abroad, to send in a challenge. It is understood that the team is ready to hear from any other of 10 to 30 men. NOVKMUKI!. Wall. Dr. A. C 4 7, ." .", 7, 7, 7, 4 J rvrf-tt. L. W J I !i I ." ." ! Wail. v. iz. cipt. r . i r, r. r, r j r s Kv-rett, C. II " 4 ." .". I . 4 7, , 7, i 7 . I! ere. F. S .1 4 ." ." ." ."1 Z 17 MoVfk'h. J. I 7, 7, 7. .I 4 r, 7, 447 Wall. J " 4 7, 14 r. 4-; McLean Lieut.) I 4 " 4 .", 4 .", p; Damon. F. U 4 4 4 .". 5 .", 7, 4-11 Farnsworth. J " 4 " " 4 f .". r l t ; flibson. J. I! 1 " " 4 " " 4 ". Forbes. W. J .- I .". ". I 4 4 . S 4". CTassfdy IJeir. f 7, ." 7 1 ." tl Martin. J. S 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 ." it Drurr.mond. M. II I 1 1 ." I I 7 ; J.h'is'n. II. r , Klr.. T. V Wat--rhoi;?- A Mars-; v., JtH , IIm-rson. Dr. -N. II.. Kho i.s. F. . S.iinl-rs, M. X WikanJ.r. 1 Thrum. F. W S-ott. J. F Maroon. J. A (Jra'-f. John MH-an ll.-ss, J. A Monsarrat, T.... at. 1. 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The paper is filled with matter of interest to women, and we notice the following from a correspon dent, which the editors printed, realiz ing that it treats upon a matter of vital importance to their sex: "The best remedy for croup, colds and bron chitis that I have been able to find is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For family use It has no equal. I gladly recommend It." All druggists and deal ers; Benson. Smith & Co., wholesale agents for Hawaiian Islands. ft Changes Hands. I have purchased the stock of Books, Stationery, etc., of the "Golden Rule Bazaar," and by courteous treatment and honorable dealing I propose to make it the VERY BEST place In the city for cash buyers to make their pur chases in the above lines. The retail dealer goes "shopping" when he goes to the markets, then why not do a little shopping on your own account when looking for this line of goods? I will guarantee it will pay you to do it. Good goods, low prices and quick sales will be my motto. The Miller Megee Patent -Back Blank Books Carried in stock at the same price of the old style books. j. m. w C1G FORT STREET. Best or not best money brxk, anyway, if you don't like them. tea baking powder coff-e C.ivorin extract soda and spikes. Schilling's Best 7 SS W. II. BAUCII. Representative. Honolulu. MISS NOLTE HAS RESUMED HER Ceramic Classes AT ROOM C, Above Wm. G. Irwin & Co. Classes on Mondays, 9 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 4 P. M.; Wednesdays, 1 to 4 P. M.: Fridays, 9 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 4 P. M. PRIVATE LESSONS, EXTRA. 4o00-lw CHANG KIM, (Late Law Clerk of Hartwell, Thurston & Stanley.) GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT AND Interpreter of Chinese, English and Hawaiian Languages. OFFICE WITH THURSTON &. STAN LEV. MERCHANT STREET. HO NOLULU. TELEPHONE. S2!. P. O. BOX, 1S1. DAVID BAKER. PI OKI Qf rrA N L" Va lley A wl IOL Above the Mausoleum All orders given prompt and faithiul attention. No extra charge for deliv ering flowers to any part of the city. Lois, Mountain Greens and Carnations a specialty. TELEPHONE, 747. 1 GENERAL JUAN RUIS RIVERA. General Rivera, suocesaor to General Maceo was bom in Porto Rioo in 1847. His parents were Spanish and he was edncated in bpain, but in the "Ten Tears' War" yenng Rivera gave nis ervioea to the revolutionists and fought with distinction, lie tu second in command to Maoeo, and is admired and loved by the Cuban patriots. BEST MADE IN THE WORLD iiESTOi&MElBiiiJf ALL OTHERS House Furnishing Goods ! Chamber Setts ockeirs PaiHIoir Fyrmityire Most Complete Stock and the reatest Variety! 3 ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. OkDWAY HOTEL AND ISETHEL STREETS. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS, Importers and Groceries, Provisions Now and Fresh Goods received by tvery packet from California, Eastern State? and European Markets. Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Goods delivered to any part of tha city. Satisfaction guarante4. Island trade solicited. P. O. BOX 145. All Up-to-date Styles of Hats for Ladies and Gentlemen kept in stock. Hols Made lo Order oi Reosoiile Pre. IWAKAMI. Hotel St. Robinson Block. ciory ARE IMITATIONS. 9 Dealers in Feed. TELEPHONE NO. 92. mm mm am rm Are the Best5 IN THE ESSENTIA Ij QUALITIES OF Durability, Evenness oi Point, and Workmanship. The Leading Commercial and School Pens in United States. Established 1860. Sold by all Stationers In Hawaiian Is. Y. MAN SING, FASHIONABLE : DRESS : MAKER 621 FORT STREET. Ladies Underwear. Dresses made to order. Sewing guar anteed. Good stitching; if the stitches break I will repair without extra charge. Orders delivered promptly. I receive monthly fashion books. PORTER. and a Ealiaga ti gag W. W. AHANA Merchant Tailor. All kinds of suits made to order. Fit guaranteed. I employ only skilled labor and hav made a name for myself in my tradt second to none in Honolulu. W. W. AHANA. 323 NUTJANU ST. P. O. BOX Cf Central Meat Market. 214 NUUANU STREET. Always have on hand choice BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON AND PORK. TRY OUR PICKLED GOODS. PIGS FEET, LAMB'S TONGUE. AND PORK. WESTBROOK, GARES & SCHLIEF. Proprietors. Telephone 104. Refrigerated Poultry -AND- Fresh Salmon CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Metropolitan Meat Company Telephone 45. The Ladder of Fame: The Painter's Ladder! It enables him to Climb to the top, and if it breaks he is still on top of the heap. A Good Painter uses Good Paint. Try STERLING, THE PAINTER'S Roof Paint. Best and Cheapest! Call at his office: Union Street, Op posite Bell Tower. Telephone 622. -40-4 THIS IS THE TELEPHONE NUMBER TO RING UP If you want any Plumbing. Tin Work done promptly and properly. I am prepared to do all kinds of work in my line at the Lowest Possible Rates. Jobbing a Specialty JAS. NOTT, JR., Tinsmith and Plumber. The Time and the Place. Jeweler.... AND Watchmaker, Wire Jewelry, ukui Jewel 503 FORT STREET. FERN ANDES & ROZA. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. Carpentering in all its branches. All work guaranteed and promptly attended to. Orders can be left with J. M. Camara, Jr. Tel. 991. BEAVER SALOON, Forst 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. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. CITY FEED STORE Sorghum Seed ! CITY feed store. L. H. DEE & CO. Punchbowl and Beretania streets. TELEPHONE 921. Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 73 cents a month, delivered by carrier. JEWELRY Rings, Socfer-F Pins, :so Pins, Silver Table Ware An! elegant oillties In NATIVE JEWELRY. E. A. JACOBSON 9 FORT STREET. S. TAKEMURA. 6li King St. Telephone S53. New Year Goods JAPANESE DRY : AND : FANCY : GOODS, PROVISIONS, MATTING, TEA. Wholesale and Ketail. A 1 : MERCHANT TAILOR. () FORT STREET, Opposite.... H. Hackfkld A Co. I have just received a large stock of new goods for the Holiday Season. Now is your time to get stylish clothes. S. KIMURA, T . -:- WHOLESALE DEALER IN -:- Japanese Wines, Liquors AND PROVISIONS : : : Saki a Specialty. ALLEN STREET. Telephone, 704. HONOLULU W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor. Carriage Builder AND REPAIRER. AIL orders from the other Islands In the Carriage Building, Trimming and Painting Line will meet with prorn attention. P. O. BOX 321. 128 AND 130 FORT ST. l r -r 4f- Try a bottle of my Medical Shamp00 Warranted to cure Dandruff. For sale by EVZIV1A. Merchant St., Honolulu. 3 SlflDies Cor. Merchant and Richard Sta. LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE Carriages, Surreys and IIa,AR Et ail hours. TELEPHONE 4J0. i I Ills It urn IB 2 m 53 ?m Livery ana 1 ! V