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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MARCH 25, 1S9S.
2 ' r f '4 :! ii ft "-I 9 I 3 ; v. 0 u4 J- It. i LOCAL BREVITIES. The Kash has a new ad. in this issue. Rugby football practice today a o'clock. Display Easter bonnets Monday. Mrs. Hanna, Tne Baltimore could not get away yesterday. She will sail today instead. The Flagship Baltimore leaves this morning for Hongkong, calling at Yo kohama. Both the afternoon and evening classes cf Mrs. Gunn's dancing school will not meet today. David Kaapa, chief of detectives, has gone to Kauai to look up some stolen property and the thief. The "Steamer Day Contingent" for the Zealandia was lighter than for years. The band was there. There were two Cabinet meetings yesterday. At each session the appro priation bills were discussed. An advertisement announcing a Rugby football match on April 2d, for charity appears in this issue. At 2 o'clock this morning the water was flush with the curbings on the street near the Chinese theatres. Messrs. Marsden and Koebele have postponed for a week or two their proposed visit to Kona coffee estates. George R. Carter will act for James Steiner under full power of attorney during the latter's absence from the islands. Inthe Police Court yesterday, Manuel Souza was fined $25 and costs on the charge of assault and battery on N. Meyers. Tickets are being sold for the Rebek ah Lodge I. O. O. F. entertainment to be given in Harmony hall tomorrow evening. Miss McDonald's lecture on "Robert Browning" will take place this even ing at 7:30 o'clock at Y. M. C. A. See ad. for particulars. One week from this date a new first lieutenant will be elected in Com pany D, N. G. H. Friends of W. W. Harris have named him for the place. T. W. Hobron says that as a result of a notice of Taroena in this paper yesterday he had many inquiries dur ing the day concerning the article. In the House yesterday, Mr. Achi had the practical courtesy to mention that horses raised by Senator Rice on Kauai .were the equal of imported stock "every time." A large number of business houses of the city suspended operations at about 3 o'clock yesterday, on account of the heavy rains. No business what ever was doing. The two Japanese condemned to death for murders committed on the Island of Maui, will be hanged today. The executions will take place in Oahu prison this forenoon. At 10 o'clock today at his salesrooms, Queen street, J. F. Morgan will sell at public auction for account of whom it may concern, -merchandise damaged en voyage per S. S. Aorangi. A member of the local G. A. R. post said yesterday that on or about the first of "May a committee would be ap pointed to arrange for the observance of Decoration or Memorial Day, May 30. The O. S. S. Zealandia got away shortly after noon yesterday. Not withstanding the rain, the band played its usual farewell concert and the Oceanic wharf was crowded with peo ple. H. Klemme has the thanks of all the Doat boys and the police who assisted in the work of rescue yesterday. He arrived just as the boys were beginning to get cold and produced just what waa necessary to bring back requisite warmth. Miss CTMoore did not leave on the Zealandia yesterday as was expected. She will stay over until the next boat. Both Mr. Beck, manager for Miss O' Moore, and Oscar Herold, left on the Zealandia. Joe Kaimihau, clerk at the police station, was one of the men who suffer ed yesterday by the heavy rain. His house was flooded. He was excused last night and his place was taken by Henry Vida of the Deputy Mar shal's office. The Chinese-English Debating So ciety will have its regular meeting in the hall at the corner of King and Ke kaulike street Friday evening. The subject for debate is: "Resolved that a Republican form of Government is the proper one for China." There is every prospect for a large attendance at the Y. M. C. A. Assembly hall to hear Prof. Cora McDonald's lecture on Browning. Miss McDonald has made careful preparation after un dertaking the talk at the request of a number of literary and society people. The regular weekly meeting of the Christian workers will be held this afternoon, Friday, March 25, at 3:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. hall. Rev. Dr. Garvin will speak with reference to "Districting the city with Mission ary Work." All are cordially invited. Sa.ni'1 Marks says that he is still hustling and fighting against the ele ments although the odds are a thou sand and are against him, but in spite of the weather, Willison's circus will open on April 2d, rain, blow or shine on the lot situated near the fish mar ket. David O'Leary who is here in the interests of "The Commercial Progress and Development of the Hawaiian Isl ands" of San Francisco, is a very busy'man. He is hustling about gath ering facts and will soon take a trip to the other Islands. Mr. O'Leary has met with much encouragement in his undertaking. Standard Patterns. L. B Kerr has been appointed agent for the Islands for the Standard paper natterns, known the world over, and the Designer, a publication for ladies. Mr. Kerr is ready to supply orders for either. Everybody enjoys a change in morning cereals until they come to "SEMOLA." Then? Pau. Two New Mills. The new 9-roller mill which the Ho nolulu Iron Works Co. is to build for the "Waiakea plantation, will be a duplicate of the Honomu plant. , The new mill for Lahaina will be lijte the Ewa mill excepting that the jailers will be six inches shorter. MerBull&tin. Diamond Head, March 20, 1893. Weather, hazy; wind, high-N. E. SPECIAL BIG BARGAINS IN Bed and Ssreads, Sheets Pillow Cases. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY! The best values ever offered, Bed Spreads, for single or 3-4 beds, fine quality, hemmed, ready for use at $1.00. Bed Spreads, full size, double bed, hemmed, ready for use for $1.10. Bed Spreads, extra quality, full size, hemmed ready for use for $1.25. Our Spread that we are now offering for $1.50 is equal to any $2.50 Spread, now in the market. Sheets and Pillow Cases. Sheets, full size, double bed, extra good cotton, ready for use only 75 cts. Pillow Cases, regular size, extra cot ton, ready for use only 20 cts. hese prices are for this week only. J11 n 5l SB Dm Goads CO. Limited. 0 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. T JAS. F.MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. 8 ESI E FOR SALE. Shares of Stock FOR PRIVATE SALE. Oahu Sugar Co. (assessable). Oahu Sugar Co. (paid up). Makaweli. Ewa Plantation. Kahuku Plantation. Waimanalo Plantation. Pioneer Mill Co. (Lahaina) Honokaa Sugar Co. Pacific Sugar Mill. Hawaiian Electric Light Co. People's Ice & R. Co. Hilo Mercantile Co. Honolulu Soap Works. Base Ball Supplies! Complete line just received, lower than ever. Prices TENNIS GOODS. "1898" BALLS. New Rackets, Nets, Etc. Complete line direct from Wright & Ditson. Prices on Balls, greatly reduced. Sporting Goods Of every description, line of See our new HAMMOCKS We will save you money. Wall, Nichols Co. Drop In At any time you may happen to be In the neighborhood of our handsome Sit re, and yet our clerks to show you our Pretty assortment of novelties in fiot covering. Don't need Shoes just now? Perhaps Xot, lr f you will need them later on And ice want to supply them. Our Prices are not "Less than cost of Making" but they are fixed to allow The smallest consistent margin. The Manufacturers' Shoe Go. FORT STREET. it it AT " V ft? ft? ft? V ft? ft? V ft? ft? ft? V ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? a? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? &? ft? &? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? 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"4 Tennis Goods! ooo X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X J X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 1898 RACKETS. 1898 BALLS. NETS, ETC. The Very Best Made, And No Old Stock. OOO PEARSON & HOBRON. FIRST-CLASS RENTING AND REPAIRING DEPARTMENT. 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. ASA a 2s Hotel street - Robinson Block. P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973. GOODS! -EX "BELGIC"- Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Shirts, Silk Neckties, Silk Suspenders. Etc., Etc., Etc. Wtolcsale and RetaH Japanese Coo3s and Provision Merchants. Neck Dressings of the sort that have made us friends will make us better friends open today. Price likely less than you'd guess. OOO If worth doing it's worth doing right- out-dooring, indooring, anywhere, any time clothes to fit. the case and yourself as well. 9 Hotel Street : : Waverley Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Make Shirts to Order. The Queen Hotel With its large and well ventilated rooms, hot and cold baths and excel lent table and attendances run in con junction with the favorite EAGLE HOUSE Both situated on Nuuanu Avenue, offer special advantages to tourists and others who desire first-class accom modation at a moderate tariff. Con nected with the Queen Hotel, there has recently been established a first-class RESTAURANT. Meals at all hours. Queen Hotel, Telephone 809. Eagle House, Telephone 307. Hotel busses meet every steamer. in (Limited.) Merchants and Goih Agents DM GOODS, HARDWARE, and GROCERIES. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. CARL KLEMME, Manager. YEE SING TAI. K. C. Baking Powder. Manila Cigars h. may & co niie id eei im Hatting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and All Kinds of Furniture. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Cabinet Making and Fainting. Fort St. Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box, 98 FORT STREET. PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS; PLANTATION. SUPPLIES; LUBRICATING OLS; CARPENTERS', MACHINISTS' AND BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS; ARMS AND AMMUNITION; FARMERS' BOILERS; WILEY & RUSSELL'S SCREW PLATES; TAPS AND DIES, DRILLS; PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES; GRAPHITE AND GRAPHITE PAINT; "GARLAND" STOVES AND RANGES; BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES; GASOLINE STOVES; AGATE AND TIN WARE; LAMPS; "AUTOMATIC" AND "NEW VICTORIA" SEWING MACHINES. tv ym "w w INfc-W UUUDo. (PER "AUSTRALIA," FEB. 1.) I NEW OFIOfS9DIEZS: Imperial,- Francaise, St. Germaine, Czarine. I Superfine, Valence. Toilet de Alsatia, t New Prints, Lace Curtains. Ribbons, w. Schmidt & Lap Robes, Etc. re 0 50ns. i ! I : i 4 6- 7