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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST 3 1897.
Everything first-class at Poppleton's.
A good business is advertised for
sale. See advertisement.
A new stock of goods at the City
Feed Store. Five brands of flour to
The Honolulu Cricket Club will give
a smoker in the American League hall
Saturday night at 8 o'clock.
Two more of the O. R. & L. engines
were laid up for repairs yesterday.
That makes three now in the shops.
Mrs. Clarence Ashford has invited a
number of ladies to an afternoon tea,
from 4 to 6 today, to meet Miss East
man. Mrs. Wilder intends tearing down
the old house on her Waikiki premises.
A fine two-storj- beach house will take
There will be a small dance at the
Myrtle Boat Club house Thursday night
given by some of the members of that
The Houghtailing liquor case will
come up for trial in the Police Court
this morning. Attorney for defense,
W. N. Armstrong returned from
Washington yesterday, and will as
sume the editorial duties of the Ad
vertiser in a few days.
Judge Perry opened the August term
of the Circuit Court yesterday. The
day's session was devoted to lottery,
liquor and opium cases.
Rev. C. M. Hyde will go to Japan
today, to be gone six weeks. While
there he will be special correspondent
to the Advertiser and Gazette.
The Evergreen Social Club will not
give a dance at Remond Grove Satur
day night on account" of the theatre
Another night will be selected.
Mrs. Paul Isenberg returned from
San Francisco on the Doric yesterday
looking her old self again. She was
met at the steamer by a large num
ber of her friends.
American Minister Sewall called
aboard the Naniwa in the Admiral's
launch late yesterday afternoon. The
customary salute was fired as Mr. Sew
all left the ship's side.
Regular semi-annual meeting of the
Honolulu Cricket Club at 8 o'clock this
evening ia the parlors of the Arlington
hotel. Important business. Every
member expected to attend.
Mr. C. du Roi, Manager of B. F. Eh
lers & Co., arrived on the Doric yester
day. He left Mrs. du Roi in a con
valescent state and said that he expect
ed her to return to Honolulu iiiabmit
six weeks, fully recovered. .
A dwelling, with pasturage, in Nuu
anu Valley, and the dwelling house on
Beretania street, formerly occupied by
Wray Taylor, are advertised to let.
Apply to J. O. Carter, trustee, Camp
bell block, Merchant street.
There will be a return cricket match
between teams from H. B. M. S. Pen
guin and the H. C. C. Wednesday after
noon at 2 o'clock on the old baseball
grounds, Makiki. Ladies and their
friends are particularly, invited.
Ex-Senator DuBois, Senators Can
non, Doolittle, Pettigrew and Mantle j
will make a tour of the world, return
ing via Japan and Hawaii, and will
probably make an extended visit here
before the next session of Congress.
The horse attached to Isakawi's ex
press, bolted and ran down King
street yesterday afternoon, running
into a tree in front of the Chinese fruit
store, near Alakea street. The wagon
was overturned on the sidewalk, and
the horse broke loose and continued
Joe Morse, anchor man of the Foun
dry team, objects to being taken by
the newspapers for the anchor man of
the Portuguese team and denies that
he was chased into the police station
yesterday. One of the afternoon papers
yesterday had him in another man's
Cook, the ex-mounted patrolman,
whose horse was killed Sunday after
noon, says that he and his friend were
not coming from, but going to the con
cert on Makee Island. He did not make
a short turn. The buggy got caught in
the tram-car track and the horse was
thrown to the ground, with the result
of a broken neck.
ably been used on him. Milton was
only able to say that "Tom" was the
I one who had assaulted him.
j Dr. Emerson was sent for, and, ar
, riving, had the man sent immediately
; to the hospital. Details of the row will
l undoubtedly be forthcoming today.
The fact that every grocer
in Honolulu sells SCHIL
is a sufficient guarantee of
the quality of these commodities.
Diamond Head, i
July 25. 1897.1
Weather clear, wind light northeast.
Treaty - Tariff Tinkering
And divers other causes are responsible for a lax
condition in trade circles for the past few months. We
calculated on good times: We have put in an enor
mous and strong line of FOOTWEAR, knowing our
efforts would be appreciated; and here we are in July
not all the goods yet in.
A big pile of cash is not necessary to trade with
us, as we carry all kinds and prices. We invite Shoe
Critics to make a close examination. They are the
biggest find of the year.
THE MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
SIGN OF THE BIG SHOE.
Special sale of children's
trimmed hats, for one week
Now is you chance as its
argain week in our Millin-
Full line of children's
colored sailors just arrived, h::
nd going fast at cents.
All the latest fads in head
ear, to be found at
N. S. SACHS,
20 Fort Street.
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is not toilet soap in the
true sense; some of it is
not fit to wash clothes with.
MANUFACTURED BY TUK
Oliver Bros Plow works.
Merchants and Commission
Curative Skin Soap
These, through good service and ef
fective work on SUGAR and RICE
PLANTATIONS, and elsewhere, have
made for themselves a good reputation.
Reports frpm our customers show
perfect satisfaction given in scouring,
light draft and in every respect. .
We now present to the public a full
line, as follows:
has stood the tests made by scientific
and housewives, and found to be
Just Pure Soap.
It removes tan and prevents freckles coming
on the face. It is found unexcelled for the
baby's bath, and is good for the aged in
smoothing out old time's wrinkles.
Curative Skin Soap
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i The C. & C. Rice Plow
what it is advertised to
GO cents for a box of
be and is
Cake 25 cents.
Hobron Drug" Co.
Fort and King.
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BUTTERICK PATTERN 9122
The Above or Any Other Pattern of
BUTTERICK'S COSTUMES to be had of
Mrs. m. HANNA.
Fashionable : Milliner.
Want Another Tug.
It is understood that the Portuguese
team is gathering in funds sufficient to
warrant their again challenging the
Foundry boys to another tug-of-war.
It seems that they feel confident that
"something was the matter" Saturday
night and are anxious for another tug
at the rope with the Foundry hoys on
the other side. They do not like the
rtiind-of "Wela ka hao," and would
like to hear some Portuguese yell on
the streets. Up to last night, it is un
derstood, that $500 had been collected
and that the challenge to the Foundry
team would soon be forthcoming.
For Two Weeks Only:
From Monday, Aug. 2d.
50 Per Cent. Reduction All Round!
Ladies7 Sailor Hats, 50 cents.
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, from ?1.00.
Exquisite line of Organdie Shirt
waists at $1.00; former price, $2.50.
IV1ISS A. CAHILL
ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL ST.
John Milton Badly Cut.
At 11:25 o'clock last night a tele
phone message was received at the
Police Station from Oahu Jail to the
effect that a row was in progress near
the slaughter house in Iwilei. Captain
Itenken and Lieutenant Dunbar, of the
Mounted Patrol, went to the place, and
returned 20 minues later, bringing with
them a man by the name of John Mil
ton who, on account of his Intoxicated
condition, was unable to give any ac
count whatever of himself.
Milton was badly cut about the head
and his face was bruised and covered
with, blood. When found at Iwilei
TiL iv at his side a piece of 2x3 pine
four feet long, the club that had prob-J
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DonVmiss the golden
We shall offer
To close out a few
Odd instruments at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
A Five Year Guarantee
Accompanies each sale.
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On Easy Terms.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
(9 SDPPLIES W SUNDRIES
q 312 Fort street
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivating and all or
dinary use and by a systematic system
of bracing these plows are both light
Sizes: 6, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For break
ing and heavy plowing.
New Zealand Mullet
Union Express Co.
Office, King St. Opp. Wall, Nichols Co.
We move Safes, Pianos and Furni
ture. We check Baggage at your Uee
idence, and place Small Baggage In
Staterooms. We remove Garbage and
Yard Sweepings by the month or load;
haul Freight from and to Steamer.
We have large Wagons and small
Wagons, large Drays and email Drays.
WE WILL MOYE ANYTHING MOYABLE.
Competent men and low prices.
W. LARSEN, Manager.
of every description.
'cle k wwwm CO.
Telephone No 565.
A New and Thoroughly
DANDRUFF IN THE HEAD.
Guaranteed to Cure the Bealn
Of All Skin Diseases.
Pat up in one size bottle only.
CRITERION MRBER SHOP,
PEACHCO & FERNANDES, Prop.
Fort St., Opp. Pantheon Stables.
EDWARD R. ADAMS.
Oregon Flour, Bran,
YEE SING TAI.
Wicker Chairs, Wall Paper,
Matting and Mattresses.
625 Fobt St. Opp. Clcb Stablm.
HUSTACE & CO.,
Wood and Coal
White and Black Sand
Which we will cell at the very lowtst
Telephone No. 414.
Me (Slis Sole
FOR ONE MOKTH ONLY!
From Saturday, 10th July!
Prices on Whole Stock
Reduced Below Cost!
K. FURUYA, JAPANESE
W. Schmidt and Sons
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
New GOOdS in Every Line.
TailOl" GOOdS, Largest and Choicest Selections.
Clothing, ShirtS, Boots and Shoes.
Fine Wines, German, French and American.
Norway Condensed Milk.
Rotioson Block. Hotel Street.
I Qt: Lowest