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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JUNE 8,
Don't miss dinner today at John Ca-
Chicken, family style, at J. Cama- j
cho's today. i
Big sales and small profits is the
motto at Sturdevant's. j
Entries for the races of the 11th and j
12th close at 2 p. m. today.
The W. H. Dimond is on the boards
to sail for San Francisco tomorrow.
Did you ever taste the ire cream at ;
Pojpleton's? It is delicious. Try it.
The train took 200 Chinese laborers
to Waianae- plantation yesterday after- '
See dates of nut-ting of Board of j
Registration at different places on this
Tug-of-war again tonight. Go early
and Ret good places. There will be j
a crowd out. j
"Rough on buss" will exterminate
all kinds of vermin. On sale at Hobron
A young fon of Collector Schnack
was seriously injured yesterday while
Officer Kalaikini has been given back
his star and is again attending to busi
ness on the beats.
Spot cash Rets more and better bar
gains In a week than credit gets In a
Caterer J. V. Chapman will serve
first-class lunches at the park on June
11th and 12th for ZQ cents.
Fresh feed at the City Feed Store.
L. H. Dee & Co.. Punchbowl and IJere
tania streets. Telephone 021.
J. M. Webb, of the Golden Rule Ba
zaar, has on hand a fine assortment of
island curios, walking sticks, etc.
The Salvation Army will Rive a
grand ice- cream so'-ial at the barracks
on June 21st. Everybody is invited.
The Lyceum has been refitted in very
neat and comfortable style, and was
used again for the first time on Sun
day. The Hawaiian pastors were . pleas
antly entertained at a tea by Rev. and
Mrs. O. P. Emerson yesterday after
noon. E. W. Jordan, of the popular No. 10
store, advertises novelties new to Ho
nolulu in his regular column this
Neither the captain nor agents of
the ship Louisiana will be responsible
for debts contracted by the crew while
in this port.
Tickets, including car fare, for the
Kamehameha base ball concert next
Saturday can be secured of the boys or
Eggs, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys,
pigs. etc.. for sale by Ah Tit, Liliha
and King streets; delivered free to any
part of town.
The Philadelphia battalion will land
for drill this morning, weather per
mitting. Drill will be held at the new
It is rumored that Iloli. formerly
lieutenant on the police force, and now,
guard at Oahu jail, will be engaged
again in his old position.
Purser Tuft, of the steamer Iwalaui,
will leave on the Martha Davis for a
two-months visit in California. The
Iwalani is laid tip for repairs.
A warrant of arrest is out after a
certain native, who struck in the face
Lau Cook. A. F. Cooke's cook, while
riding on a street car Sunday.
J. J. McEvoy. a bluejacket on the
IT. S. S. Philadelphia, has deserted. A
reward of $1" has been offered for his
apprehension and delivery aboard ship.
All members of the Kindergartners
Union having books belonging to the
library at Emma Hall, will please re
turn them before the close of the term,
H. M. Whitney, Esq.. goes to Hllo by
today's Kinau. to accompany his
daughter. Mrs. William Goodale, to her
home at Papaikau. Mr. Whitney will
return next week.
The household supply department of
Castle & Cooke. Ltd.. has a few words
to say on the merits of the Sterling
bicycle fork and other features of this
wheel this morning.
James F. Morgan will sell at his
salesrooms at noon today, tinder fore
closure of mortgage, a residence on
Punchbowl street, near Pauoa bridge,
with outhouses. This property must be
Those Interested in the new native
newspaper. Ko Ahailono o Hawaii,
gave a luncheon to the members of the
staffs of the other newspapers in one
of the restaurants on Hotel street yes
terday. A C Harrison, who is on his way to
Borneo with his friend. Dr. Hiller,
played on the courts of the Pacific Ten
nis Club yesterday afternoon. Mr. Har
rison was three times champion tennis
player of Sti Louis.
The trial of certain Chinamen for
conspiracy, in which che fa tickets
plaved a prominent part, is at an end.
and" three of the men have been given
a year a piece on the reef. Ah Chu was
foumVnot guilty and discharged.
Ml the members of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
are'earnestlv requested by their pastor
to be present at the meeting, to be
held in the Sunday School room this
evening, to discuss the future welfare
of the congregation.
Fnited States Minister Sewall pre
sented his credentials to the Govern
ment at 11 a. m. yesterday. Two com
panies of the Regulars and the full
band were in attendance. Minister
Sewall was presented by United States
Consul General Ellis Mills. The recep
tion took place in the old throne room.
The attention of the Christian En
deavor delegates and others interested,
is called to Thrum's book-store. Fort
street, where circulars have been left,
containing information in regard to
the Sixteenth International Christian
Endeavor Conwntion. to he held in
San Francisco July 7th to 12th. Look
for the program.
At a late hour last night four natives
were brought over the Pali, where
they were met and conducted to the
police station by Lieutenant Well of
the Mounted Patrol. One was Kahelei
kl, another was his son and the other
two were men. who were in company
with the former two. when they las
soed and battered a Chinaman on Nuu
anu avenue Saturday afternoon, ref
erence to which is made in another
column. Kaheleiki is the manager of
W. G. Irwin's ranch at Maunaweli. The
natives say that the Chinamen would
not get out of their way.
Hawaiian Gazette will be issued this
morning in time for outgoing mails.
Diamond Head, ?
Mav 30. lMC.f
Weather clear, wirvl 'iirht northeast.
The lovliest assortment vou ever saw,
perfect gems, maJe in very latest styles.
Don't fail to lock at them, whether you
want one or not.
Just the material for the Queen's Jubilee
or nth of June dresses. The daintiest
material you ever saw. in perfect shades,
Light Blue, Pink, Cardinal, Lavender,
Leghorn, Nile Green and White. Prices
within reach of all.
Another lot of new patterns, and new
Utopia, Silk Finish,
The very latest In linings, for under
dresses in Organdies and Confection
dresses: has the same effect as silk; at a
A fine assortment in hitter and Wh ite
with insertings to match.
the very latest in
Ladies' Sailor Hats.
N. S. SACHS,
2o Fort Street.
Be Stylish !
SELECT YOUR HATS EARLY
For the Races!
June llth Next!
MRS. M. HANNA.
FASH I0XABLE MILLINER.
Fort Street, Honolulu..
A. V. GEAR,
la Life Insurance
ol Hew YorK,
ine Gieeiicii Hie insurance
210 King St.
Tel. No. 256
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
Are those who can make a $2 shoe look like a $$ one
but they are not the sort of shoemakers we buy our
shoes from. We seek out those makers who turn out
shoes that are just as good all through as they are
good looking on the outside. You will find no other
kinds here. We've no room for them. The people
are not blind: thev come to our store and are con-vinced.
THE MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
Fort Street. EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS.
IT'S ROUGH ON 'EM
but its use makes housekeeper happy, does,
Roaches in the kitchen, runninc: over dishes
and food, is enough to make the heart sick.
THEY CAXT STAND it the roaches the
Sprinkled around kitchen sinks, cracks or floor
openings will keep them away. IT kills
quickly, so they doirt have time to come back.
Each bottle has patent stopper so there is no waste,
A few drops
does the business and it does not have to be
used everv day, this
Have 3'ou ever tried it? Yrou cannot fail to
recommend it to your friends after using it yourself.
Price, 25 cents a bottle at
HOBRON DRUG CO.
King and Fort.
111 CYCLE k
6) HAWAII, IMPERIAL AND WAVEKLEY BICYCLES.
6) SPALDING & REACH ATHLETIC GOODS.
O) WRIGHT & DITSON LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
6) LAMPS, BELLS, CYCLOMETERS, ETC.
EVERYTHING IN BICYCLE SUNDRIES.
TYPEWRITER k MIMEOGRAPH SUPPLIES.
All kinds of fine repair work done.
BICYCLES RENTED for any iengtn of lime. '
31 2 Fort street.
Telephone No 505.
The No. 2 "Hammond"
Proves and illustrates by its work
The superiority of its mechanical prin
ciples. SPEED 206 words a minute.
TOUCH. The lightest.
VARIETY. Thirty-seven styles of
type and thirteen languages written on
IMPRESSION Invariably uniform.
ALIGNMENT. Absolutely perfect.
Send for our nesv illustrated cata
logue and specimen of "HAMMOND"
work, and judge whether the machine
producing the BEST work is not the
BEST suited for your purpose.
Wall, Nichols Company.!
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Ky Entire Stock is Haiked Yay Down!
I will sell at 30 per cent. Discount
all the Jewelry and
7 j Displayed in my window, far ONE
- " ' UfAXTTlT AMT
K. FURUYA, JAP..Nf5E
nMDLn uo n c n
Will furnish the following compounds
Rotlnson Block. Hotel Street.:
For iron roofs, smokestacks, boilers,
rails and all iron work exposed to heat,
or wet weather; also, for exposed wood
work, such as bridges, houses, piles,
Color cards and directions on appli
cation. GRAPHITE is one of the purest
forms of Carbon, and is impervious to
heat, cold, alkali, salt air, acids and
rust, and it is claimed will last longer
than any other paint.
Requires less and will go further than
any other make.
Is already well-known in the market.
This contains nothing injurious to
belting, but strengthens it and
prevents from slipping.
Merchants and Commission
New Zealand Mullet
Union Express Co.
Office, King St. Opp. Wall, NicLols Co.
We move Safes, Pianos and Furni
ture. We check Baggage at your Res
idence, and place Small Baggage In
Staterooms. We remove garbage and
yard sweepings by the month or load;
haul Freight from and to Steamers.
We have large Wagons and small
Wagons, large Drays and small Drays.
WE WILL MOVE ANYTHING MOYABLE,
Competent men and low prices.
W. LArfSEN, Manager.
A New and Thoroughly
DANDRUFF IN THE HEAD,
Guaranteed to Cure the Scalp
Of All Skin Diseases.
Put up in one size bottle only.
CRITERION BARBER SHOP,
PEACHCO & FERNANDES, Prop.
Fort St., Opp. Pantheon fc'tables.
THIS NEWLY-OPENED HOTEL, SIT
UATED ON NUUANU AVENUE
Will be found to be a first-class house
for Tourists and others desiring mod
ern accommodations and comfort.
Large, airy rooms. Large banquet
P. O. Box 461.
AUSTRALIA WINDOW GLEANING CO.
House and Window Cleaning
and Scrubbing Floors,
DONE BY THE DAY, WEEK OR
MONTH UNDER CONTRACT.
In case we break anything we will
Office with H. E. Mclntyre & Bro., cor.
Fort and King Sts. Telephone 92.
For the Horse Toilet.
jWane Combs, Brushes, Curry Combs,
Clippers, Halters, Buckles and Straps, Pails,
Brooms: In short, equine "boudoir" appliances
in detail, at
E. O. HALL & SON, Ld.