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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. JANUARY
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we commence to enlarge our premises
within the next few weeks. Until then
Shoes will he sold irrespective of Cost.
Death Came Peacefully at
Her Daughter's Home.
In the Islands More Than Half
Century A Noble Character.
Life of Good Deeds.
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SEE OUR CIRCULAR PRICE LIST.
THE ORIGINATORS OF POPULAR PRICES
E. J. MURPHY and J. S. LYNCH. Managers.
426-426 Fort St
212 Queen Street, Honolulu,
THE MIRRLEES, WATSON & YARYAN CO., Ld.
7ATSON, LAIDLAW & CO
Centrifugals and Cream Separators.
JOHN FOWLER & CO. (Leeds), Ld........
Steam Ploughs and Portable Railway.
THE RISDON IRON WORKS ...General Engineering,
MARCUS MASON & CO., Coffee and Rice Machinery.
J. HARRISON CARTER Disintegrators.
Complete Report on Suj;ar and
the Weather S. S. Hall.
The W. G. Hall came in as usual
from Kauai ports on Sunday. The
puicer makes the following report:
Waimea through grinding, will not
start up again until April. Niihau
very rough. Landed part of passen
gers and freight at Kii. Had to leave
on account of rough weather, at Nani
ma. landed the remainder of passen
gers and freight. Weather commenc
ing to moderate on Kauai. Kilauea
good for the last two days. Total of
39.C50 bazs nf suar left on Kauai and
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vc o.uo, saiuraaj evening, January distributed as follows: K. S. M., S00;
29th, Mrs. Carter, who had for the Diamond W., S50; Mak., 2,000; K. P.,
past three months been confined to her 3.S00; H. M., 5,000; L. P., 6,200; M. S.
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T uuuau6UlC1' llB no communication.
Kooert sewers, waikiki, breathed her
last. Her age was 88 on Christmas prompt Payment of a Big Sum.
1 TT" a. t i m i .!
ay. jjeam, wnicn nas oeen expected rw 4th Pn.i Tiarai-d & c,n man-
hourly for several days, came on as ed their attorney a Chicago draft
nMr-pfMih-thPiin cionn f tJfor $17,810.96, payable to the Western
-& wnrlrs that, hPimr the amount
lUtl. -U : 1 .1 rrl r i I . v -
cjtrs ui a nine cuim. me iamuy were wh ch had hpen in litisration between
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an at tne supper table when the nurse the two Companies for several years
railed two nf thp vnnnfAr mpmhpr The ability of Rouse Hazard & Co. to
of the Season!
REDUCED TO 50c.
We have just opened up
and are displaying in our
show windows a really mag
nificent line of ENGLISH
RUGS. We have all sizes,
10, 12, 14 and 1G 4's and the
patterns are simply beautiful.
forward this large sum just at this
season of the year, when the pay rolls
and other expenses of Bicycle Manu
facturers are very large, and receipts
very small, is certainly a most con
vincing evidence of the solvency of pi tne lsianas.
Call early and avoid the rush.
They went to the bedside and found
that the pulse of their dear relative had
ceased to beat. Mrs. Lewers was call
ed and arrived just in time to see the
passing of two fleeting breaths, the end one of the oldest bicycle concerns in
indeed. Mrs. Carter was ininrpd very the United States. Of the manufactur
w ers and Jobbers of bicycles who were
uaij u. a. inn ouwe mtccu jedis dgu. n hnsinpss when Rnnse Hazard & Co
From the effects of this, she never re- entered that line, more than 18 years
covered. For the last five vears, she aS the number that still exist can
, , , , De counted on the fingers of one hand.
nau noi ueen ouisiae me sewers nome. rtnnco wnrri xv rnwnnrt that thpfr
Deceased, tne daughter of John present prospects are the brightest of
L,orti anu Hannah Johnson Lord, was any time during all the years they
born in Hallowell, Me., in the year have been in business. They now have
1809. She came to the Islands in 1832 bona fide orders from gilt-edged con
(IN EIGHT PARTS)
Cut to $1.50 Per Set!
The latter contains ninety-six views
and was married to Captain Joseph O
Carter in the year 1833. It is an inter
cerns for a larger number of machines
than they ever had orders for at any
oCt,w font w oooci -oc fKn one time. Their export trade has been
giuwmg in an parts oi tne wonu, auu
if any one of the several large export
deals they have in sight is closed, they
will lave orders for all the wheels they j
can possible turn out during the sea
son of. 1898.
The next Australia will bring us a
full line of these wheels, Sylphs and
Overland Specials. They will have
more than their share of up-to-date
features, and will make up the most
elegant line of 1898 wheels that will
be seen here this year. We shall also
receive a line of "KENSINGTONS." It
will pay you to wait.
HONOLULU BICYCLE CO.
Tel. 909. 409 Fort St.
FOR 18 8.
white woman to set foot in San Fran
Cisco and also the first w-hite woman
to marry on these Islands.
During the first few years of married
life, deceased traveled along with her
husband on the ship of which he was
the master and wThich was used in the
trade between these Islands and the
Pacific coast. This was given up on
account; of the children which had
blessed the union of the Maine girl
and the sea captain. Mrs. Carter took
a house in Honolulu while her hus
band continued the work in which
he was engaged.
Ill the year 1850, Captain Carter
died, leaving a widow with a family of
six children and without any money cle shed just across the street from
with which to suuport herself or her the bank for the convenience of em
HOUSE AND LOT FOR
CATTON, WEILL &
Founders and Machinists.
213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu.
Invite Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand.
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
A Great Variety of
children. The fate was a hard one,
but the sturdy mother managed well.
Many are the stories told by the eld
people of Honolulu of the noble acts
of the deceased. . Never was a stran
ger in trouble turned from her door.
What little help she could afford, she
gave willingly and with a glad heart.
With her own hands she cared for the
sick who came to her and whenever
here was trouble anywhere, her hands
were always the first to be thrust for
ward. For creed she cared nothing.
For the sake of her brothers and sis
ters, in trouble, no matter what their
belief, she gave her aid.
To the care and development of her
We have prepared several cottage
and house plans and specifications to
furnish material and. labor complete,
within any part of these Islands or to
furnish materials cut In size and mark
ed so that owner has only to put the 1
Bis.,op & Co. have provided a bicy- ?e
hardware will be crated or boxed for
White and colored all
wool and the best and
cheapest line displayed in
' Light and warm, in exquis
ite shades and -handsome
ployes of the firm.
READ OUR LIST:
KING MANHATTAN Ranges, ALPINE, BRICK and
ELECTRIC Stoves. The BOSS Range, the RIVAL
MANHATTAN, DERBY, NEW MEDALLION, NEW
MODEL, POLO, RIVAL, TOPSY, GIPSY QUEEN,
WREN, UNCLE SAM, WESTWOOD, WINTHROP, and
the MONITOR Steel Range. LAUNDRY STOVES,
PANSY STOVES and RANGES, and the Celebrated
CHARTER OAK STOVES and RANGES.
Farmers' Boilers and Extra Cast
insrs for all Stoves.
75-79 KING ST.
H. H. WILLIAMS.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST.
Residence, King: St. near Richards: Telephone 819.
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r- .7ffSHAT iVl AN U HAL 1 UtfhLtf.
KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke.
Eyery Style of Straw Hat Made to Order.
SILK GOODS, LACQUER WARE, CROCKERY WARE
HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, ETC. .
We are also prepared to furnish a
house with a lot 50x100 feet, in fee sim
ple, for from $275 up, situated in the
most residential part of the city.
Please call at our office for prices
and terms on each set of plans.
Legal and typewriter papers.
Memorandum books, all sizes and
children, deceased gave a great deal Pnces
of her time. The six in the order of
their birth, as follows: Joseph O.
Carter, Henry Carter, H. A. P. Carter,
Samuel M. Carter, Alfred W. Carter,
Sr., Fred. W. Carter and Catherine R.
Carter. All except the first and the
last are dead. J. O. Carter was the
first born outside the mission. Alfred
was born on the ocean, the remainder
in Honolulu. Her children were all
married and deceased leaves behind,
28 grand children and 16 great grand
The funeral services took place at
the home of Mrs. Lewers, "Waikiki,
shortly after 2 p. m. on 'Sunday, the
Rev. D. P. Birnie officiating. A quar
tet composed of Mrs. A. F. Judd, Miss
Halstead, H. F. Wichman and J. Q.
Wood, sang during the services. The
rooms were filled with the friends of
the deceased who brought floral de
signs in great numbers and of rare
beauty. The services completed, the
body was taken to Nuuanu cemetery
and there buried in the Carter lot
next to her husband. The pall-bear
ers were: J. O. Carter, Jr., George
R. Carter, Alfred W. Carter, David
Carter, J. O. Young and Fred. Water-house.
Fine stationery for business and so
Paper covered novels by popular au
Daily journals and pocket diaries for
The best values in school tablets,
exercise and -composition books ever
offered in the city.
Office on King street, in Leleo, Ho
Oil Cake Meal
FEED OF ALL KINDS
In Plain White or Colored, Starch
ed or Unstarched, in Best Makes.
In Most Fashionable Patterns and
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Smyth Wants It.
The latest aspirant for the place of
superintendent of the Government
Electric Light Station, a place made
vacant by the retirement of John Cas
sidy, is W. G. Smyth, a well known
citizen who has a record in this es
pecial work. Mr. Smyth's petition to
the Minister of the Interior will have
strong endorsement. While connected
with the Government plant some years
ago, Mr. Smyth was seriously injured
in performance of his duty. He is
said to be a capable electrician both
in the dynamo room and for outside
T. 3E. "WEBB.
316 FORT ST.
Don't forget this num
ber when your clock or
watch gets out of order.
Repairs in all descriptions
of Jewelry executed by ex
H, G. BIART.
404V6 FORT STREET.
Contractor and Builder,
Carpenter & Cabinet Maker.
Furniture of all kinds constantly on
hand and made to order.
137 Nuuanu St, cor. Knkui Lane.
IS THE FAVORITE place for the
finest liquors only, and the best dis
tillers of the United States, Canada!
and Great Britain are represented.
Best brews of Beer, either on draft or
in bottles, may be had at all times.
W. M. Cunningham, Proprietor of
this well-known resort, has been in
the business for many years, and is a
connoisseur in liquors.. His establish
ment is always orderly, and, with the
services of his assistant, Mr. Thomp
son, customers are promptly supplied.
Bethel and Hotel streets is a Favorite
corner for the lovers of cold Beer or
fine Wines and Liquors.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
306 King Street, Mauka Side.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. NOLTE, Prop.
First -Class Lunches Served
WTith Tea, Coffee, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale or Milk. Open
from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m.
Smokers' Requisites a Specialty.
In celebration of the completion of
additions to his house on Liliha street,
Goo Kim Fui had a number of friends
to luncheon on Saturdav.
Done and switches made. Panama
and Straw Hats, Gloves and Ribbons
cleaned. Dresses sponged and pressed,
and Ladles' manicuring done by Mrs.
Dickson, at her office at Women's Ex
change. Hours from 8 a. m, to 6 p. m.
Telephone 659. 4792-lm
COR. FORT & QUEEN STS.
1082 KING STREET.
CHEAPEST IN TOWN.
A quiet, hygienic home, where Inva
lids can obtain treatment, consisting
of Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths (both Electric and Russian) ad
ministered by Trained Nurses.
Strict attention given to diet.
DR. C. L. GARVIN, In Charge.
DR. S. C. RAND, Manager.
I WAK AMI.
The Queen Hotel
From the following PURE-BRED
With its larere and well ventilated Fowls of the choicest strains at my
rooms, hot and cold baths and excellent Punahou Poultry Yards, t!?; Buff
table and attendances run in conjunc- Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White
tlon with the favorite Leghorns, Black Minorcas, Anauiasi-
an. Barred Plymouth Rocks, vvyan-
EACLE HOUSE dottes and English S. G. Dorkings,
Both situated on Nuuanu Avenue, prices furnished upon application,
offer special advantages to tourists and Favors from the other Islands will re
others who desire first-class accom- ceive pr0mpt and careful attention,
modation at a moderate tariff. Con- A few Ch0ice Fowls for sale,
nected with the Queen Hotel, there hai WALTER C. WEEDON.
recently been established a first-claw
Meals at all hours.
Queen Hotel, Telephone 809.
Eagle House, Telephone 807.
Hotel busses meet every steamer.
314 Fort St., Honolulu.
CARL KLEMME, Manager.
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The Largest Massachusetts Co.
LEWIS & CO.,
ifsi Rill Gin
111 FORT STREET.
Telephone, 240. : : P. O. Box, 29.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
W. F. WILSON, Agent.
43 QUEEN ST., : : HONOLULU.
(L. B. Kerr's.)
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principal cities of the world.