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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL 'ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 20, 1897.
We want every lady In Ho
nolulu, aa well as those on Ha
waii, Maul and Kauai, whether
OLD OR YOUNG
to have a dress of our new
wash materials. When we say
wash materials, we mean ma
terials THAT WILL WASH
and not fade.
GRASS LINENS In colors.
SCOTCH LAPPETS in black and
SWISSES In plain colors and fig
ORGANDIES In plain colors and
DIMITIES, LAWNS, PECALES,
We also have just opened a new line
of LACES In all the nev.- styles, in
Cream, Butter, White and Black; Black
Jet Laces and Real Laces.
SEND FOR SAMPLES.
J. J. EQMH
fflurata & Co
Cor. Nuuanu and Hotel SU.
BTHAW HATS. Murata's Straw
Hat Manufactory, Nuuanu Street,
Next to Ahan&'a.
M U RATA & Co.
Unique : Designs 1
Silver Table Ware
And elegant oddities in
E. A. JACOBSOW,
Stuffy, poorly, ventilated Barber
Shop is not always Inviting to all.
A visit to our newly furnished shop
"Will surely please you. Our elec
tric fans and refreshing shampoos
should not be forgotten these com
ing warm days.
PACHECO & FERNANDES,
Criterion Barter Shop.
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
Jobbing a Specialty j
JAS. NOTT, JR.,
Tinsmith and Plumber.
Hew linos, Mi lions
J. T. WATERHODSE.
You never would guess
the number of kinds of bis
cuits sold by us until you
read the list. You never
know the value of these
goods until you try them.
Advertising don't make the
quality it's the manufact
urer. Just read this list a
third of what we have: Soda
Crackers in and 10 lb. tins.
Cheese Cakes, Gingers As
sorted, Ginger Nuts, Bostons,
Mayflower, ABC, Butters,
Welch Rarefcits, 'Frisco Lunch
and twenty-three other3.
These are of the best
known make. Thev are
done up in neat packages
and sold for less money than
ordinary goods in other
stores. You cannot do better
than try them.
A good accompaniment to
these goods is one of the
Anchovies in Oil,
These are now sold at bot
tom prices. Can you afford
to wait for a rise?
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
500 PIECES OF RIBBON AT 25 CENTS
These Ribbons have from 9 to
36 yards in each piece.
500 PIECES ASSORTED RIBBON AT 45
CENTS THE PIECE.
These Ribbons have from 9 to
IS yards in each piece.
Wider Ribbons in Proportion
AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES.
For This Week Only
E. I. JORDAN'S
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H. M. WHITXEY,
Contents for April, 1897.
Notes on Current Topics.
Proposed American Tariff.
Nomenclature of Sugar Canes.
Hawaii and Japan.
The Improvement of Sugar Cane by
Chemical Selection of Seed Canes.
Sugar Bounties The Position Brief
Progressive Deterioration of Our
Cane Lands and Its Check.
Hybrid Sugar Canes.
A Good Cup of Coffee.
The Cane Sugar Industry.
Diffusion Process Declining.
??"oa ,n the pranse ana A1,led
Facts About Coffee Raising.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
Wainee Church Turned
Over to Pastor.
Gift of H. P. Baldwin-Many Peo
ple Present Legal Trickery
MAUI, April 24. The dedication of
the new Wainee Church, the splendid
gift of Hon. H. P. Baldwin to Lahaina,
occurred on Sunday, the ISth, under
the most favorable auspices.
More than COO people for the most
part Hawaiians witnessed the cere
monies, which began at 10 a. m. The
program of exercises was as follows:
Prayer Rev. E. M. Hanuna, of lia
na. Reading of Scriptures Rev. O. Na
wahinc, of Wainee.
Address The Founding of the Old
Church Rev. S. L. Desha, of Ililo.
Dedicatory Address Rev. O. II. Gu
lick, of Honolulu.
Address Historj' of the Church
Rev. S. E. Bishop, of Honolulu.
Address Past Ministers of Wainee
Judge Kahaulelio, of Lahaina.
Address Story of the New Church
and delivering of the keys to Rev. A.
Pali Hon. H. P. Baldwin.
Benediction Rev. J. Kalino, of Wai
D. D. Baldwin, of Haiku, was the or
ganist of the occasion and the local
church choir sang the hymns.
The sacrament of the Lord's supper
was administered at 3 p. m.
Among the many present were Mrs.
H. P. Baldwin and Prof. W. D. Alex
ander, of Honolulu.
An island Sunday school convention
was held in the new church on the
19th, Rev. S. Kapu, of Wailuku, being
the presiding officer.
There were present delegations rep
resenting Wailuku, Waihee, Kahaku
loa, Makawao, Keokea, Hana and La
haina. The Hana school was thought to ex
cel In music.
At 3 p. m., in the Court House yard,
GOO people enjoyed a grand luau, ar
ranged by Hon. J. W. Kalua, of Wai
luku. The same evening a concert was
given in Hale Aloha, in which Messrs.
Kanakanui and Ulunahele, of Honolu
lu, Rev. S. Kapu, of Waluku, and Mr.
and Mrs. Kaleikau, of Waianae, took
part. More than $80 was realized for
the new church.
The funeral of W. H. Daniels took
place at Wailuku on Sunday, Dr. E. G.
Beckwith, of Paia, officiating.
Mr. Daniels was formerly District
Magistrate of Wailuku, and at the time
of his death was superintendent of
Spreckels' ditch, and resided at Kai
lua, Hamakualoa. He was a prominent
citizen of Maui and the son of Judge
Daniels, an old-time English resident
of Wailuku. It is stated that troubles
of a private nature caxised him to end
his life. He was but 44 years of age,
and leaves many relatives to mourn
A smart lawyer trick occurred at Ki
pahulu, Hana, two or three weeks ago.
A Japanese caused the arrest of his
wife for living in adultery with a fellow-countryman.
During the progress
of the trial the lawyer or lawyers per
suaded the woman to marry her para
mour. Tnis act completely nonpiusseu
the Court. wTiich immediately ad
journed. The woman is now to be tried
The Hana plantation is clearing
about 200 acres of primeval forest just
outside of Hana village, toward Na
hiku. The crop of Kipahulu is estimated at.
2,000 tons and that of Hana at 2.200.
Messrs. W. L. Hardy and S. P. Ras-
mussen aro the pioneer coffee planters
of Nnhiku. They have more than 100.
000 young plants and several acres of
leased land already planted.
The Hana Road Board should be
oomplin-.er.ted upon the fine roads be
tween Tlrr.a and Kipahulu.
Messrs. Wittrock, McLane, Garnett,
Murdock and others have coffee grow
ing in Hana.
More than 100 have registered in
Hana District up to date, and the ma
jority of them natives.
The schooner Jenny Wand, Chris
tiansen master, arrived in Kahului on
the irtrt, IS davs from San Francisco.
She brought general merchandise for
Haiku and Paia. She sailed yesterday,
laden with sugar from those planta
tions. The four-master Olga, Ipsen master,
arrived on the ISth from Newcastle,
via Honolulu, 6S days on her trip. Her
coal was reoonsigned by Wm. G. Ir
win & Co. to Haiku Sugar Company.
The British ship Dalcairnie, Jones
master, arrived on the 20th from As
toria, Ore., in ballast. She was 21 days
on her voyage, and will take a cargo
of sugar around the Horn to New
Weather: Some good showers in Ha
na, but very dry in Makawao, Wailu
ku and Lahaina.
Japanese Assaults His Wife Then
Shortly after 7 o'clock Saturday
morning Himai, a Japanese, being
jealous of his wife, Okatsa, secured a
razor and cut her throat, and then
gashed her on the chin and cheek. Be
lieving the woman would die, and, fear
ful of the consequences, he immediate
ly slashed himself several times across
The woman belongs to a class that
makes its headquarters on Pauahi
street, and was for a time engaged in
a barber shop. Here she became ac
quainted with Tetsumura and an inti
macy sprung up, which was objection
able to the husband.
Tetsumura was the first to hear of
the crime, and he notified Santos, a
neighbor. The police were notified, and
when they arrived, shortly after 0
o'clock, Drs. Kobayashi, Mori and
Uchida were in attendance and sewing
up the wounds of the man. Shortly af
terwards they were taken to Dr. Ko
bayashi's hospital and cared for. After
a few hours Himai confessed to the at
tack on his wife, and stated that it was
on account of Tatsumura's attention
to her. Okatsa's wounds were such
that it was not thought she could live,
but there was some hope for Himai.
Yesterday the man's condition crew
suddenly worsp and he died. The" wo
man was alive lust night, but there is
no hope for her recovery. Tatsumura
is locked up for investigation.
Circuit Court News.
E. H. F. Wolters. defendant, has
filed an answer to the complaint of
Peter High & Co.
Emma N. Mahelona has filed a peti
tion to be appointed administratrix of
the estate of the late Samuel Mahe
lona. The defendants in the case of J. K.
Smythe et al. vs. Hakuole et al. have
surrendered the property in question
under the suit, and the plaintiffs have
accepted the surrender, and waive .de
livery by the Marshal.
W. W. Goodale has been appointed
administrator of the estate of the late
Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 720 Hen
ry St., Alton, 111., suffered with sciatic
rheumatism for over eight months.
She doctored for it nearly the whole
of this time, using various remedies
recommended by friends, and was
treated by the physicians, but re
ceived no relief. She then used one
and a half bottles of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, which effected a complete
cure. This is published at her request,
as she wants others similarly afflicted
to know what cured her. For sale by
all druggists and dealers; Benson,
Smith & Co., wholesale agents for Ha
We pay the grocer, the
grocer pays you, what you
have paid him for Schil
tea . baking: powder
coffee flavoi ing extracts
soda and spices
if they are not satisfactory
W. H. BAUCH, Representative.
The gamut of
UNDERWEAR Tn ourassort
ment of muslin underwear.
Ordinarily, ready - to - wear
garments for ladies are
skimpy. None such in our
stock the underwear you
buy here is as liberal in cut
as you'd make at home, and
much more elaborately fin-
ished. Underwear prices in
this store amaze ladies who
are used to cutting and sew
ing their own. Take pencil
and paper and figure what it
costs for muslin, insertion,
thread and hard work, and
see the difference. Ours do
not cost you, ready made, as
much as your material. Look
at these figmes:
Corset Covers, 75 cent's to Si. 75
Night Gowns, 75 cents to $3.50
Chimise, 35 cents to 1.75
DRESS We are retailers ex
uUULIo est dry goods sellers
in Hawaii. The world of
fabrics is here to choose
from, less the unworthy
sorts and unattractive sorts.
The gain is yours by getting
the best at fairest of fair
prices. Challies are leaders
for stylish women. Bright
cheerful stuffs hinting of
Eastern spring. Prices made
to fit the times not the
goods they're worth dou
ble. 5 yards for Si
7 yards for $ 1
Some at 35 cents a yard
Your pick of these goods if
, F. Ehlers & Co.
This is the only shoe for weddings, receptions or
dances now worn by gentlemen who would be Dressed,
Made of the most delicate French Patent Leather Vamp
and fine Serge top, with large crystaline buttons. This is
a button shoe; not a lace, or old-fashioned congress, but a
shoe of this season a modern, up-to-date boot.
effects co-typC z
s- s syr rr . , '
v. f j 1 a TT-
xf BUILT LIKE A WATCH- ling the entire season of with a total
cost of less than $2.50 for each machine
for repairs. During this time he gave 700 lessons on the gentleman's, and 2W2 on the
Iadv's wheel. Everybodj' who has learned to ride knows what this means. The hard
est nsage a wheel ever receives is when it is being used by a beginner. Knocked and
banged around in this way, those dainty, graceful Sterlings have yet stood the hardest
possible test a wheel could be put to. and the instructor is so satisfied with them that he
intends to use the same wheels for this year's business.
T-hfs is but one example out of manv showing the immense strength and woudeVful
wearing qualities of this built-like-a-watch
by tite Week
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS,
Importers and Dealers in
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
Mew and Fresh Goods received by every packet frwa Otltfomia, Eastara Statei
ind European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish.
Goods delivered to any part of tht city. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Island trade solicited.
P. O. BOX 145.
'ial will prove rheir
In frB 3.1. :'"- V'i wri.'- -T- ssJ
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AN INSTANCE that serves to show the
strength and durability of the STERLING :
A leading teacher of cycling, in Chicago,
has used a trentleruan's ana a lady's Ster-
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