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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MARCH 26, 189S.
LOCAL BREVITIES. New, famous Eutterlc k patterns, Mrs. Hanna. The band will play in Emma Square this afternoon. Interior work is now being rushed at the Progress block. A. E. Murphy & Co., the Hotel street shoe firm have a new ad in this issue. The program for the Sunday band concert at Makee Island is published. H. McCorriston wa3 a passenger from Mclokai on the Mokolii last night. Lodge Le Progres will hold a meet ing this evening with work in the third degree. A fine line of flannelettes 15 yards for $1 today at N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd. The Golden Rule Bazaar (J. M. Webb) Book Bulletin in published this morning. One man a haole tried to look at the hanging yesterday from a tree top near the prison. v Mr. and Mrs. Julian Monsarrat of Kapapala Ranch left for their home on the -Mauna Loa yesterday. v Mrs. George Robertson left on th& Mauna Loa yesterday morning for a visit at Kapapala Ranch. Even, with the heavy departure by the Zealandia, there is still a large crowd at the Hawaiian hotel. The Income Tax Act will be discuss ed at the open meeting of the American League on Tuesday evening next. F. F. Porter requests the return of Blount's report and Senate Committee report, property of the late T. C. Por ter. Japanese Officer Toma is back again on duty. He is very much subdued and promises to be a very good Txy here after. The tennis tournament takes place in May, a little over six weeks hence. Some !very strong teams will be in the field. j All svho are liable should remember that Koth personal and dog taxes be come 'delinquent at the end of this month. The Supreme Court was in recess all of yesterday waiting for some Hilo at torneys who will arive by the Claudine today. John Nott suggests that it is the proper thing to get your roof gutters and plumbing in condition for the next heavy rains. Admission t.a the Rugby football game next Saturday will be but 25 cents. The money goes for a charita ble purpose. There was a large crowd at the waterfront yesterday to see the Bal timore steam away for Hongkong and possibly the Philippines. . There was nothing much done in the Police Court yesterday morning. Ka lahiki was fined $15 and costs for as sault and battery on Ah Lai. The last of the series of games be tween the Kameha.meha land Punahou teams will be played on the Makiki baseball grounds this afternoon. The Toadies' Whist club met at the home of Mrs. Miller, Makiki, yesterday afternoon" and there spent a pleasant time in cards and social inter-course. Messrs. Bruce -Waring & Co. have taken the agency of the S'vea Fire Insurance Co., of Go-thenburg, Sweden, and the American Fire Insurance Co., of Philadelphia. Two Hawaiians, the Kauai men con victed of the murder of Dr. J. K. Smith, are under sentence of death at Oahu Prison. The date set for the execution is in next month. The literary people and others who .heard Prof. Cora 'McDonald's "Brown ing Talk" last evening spoke in terms of the highest praise of the presenta tion of the subject. One hundred and fifty sacks of Ha waiian rice, damaged by salt water .on voyage from Kahaluu, will be sold at Morgan's -salerooms this d'ay noon by order of the underwriters. The Easter music for Central Union Church choir has arrived and will be rehearsed this Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A prompt and full atten dance of the choir is requested. During the absence of iMr. Wray Tay lor, Mr. Bush Will act as organist for the Second Congregation of St. An drew's Cathedral. 'Mr. F. M. Wakefield of Hilo will officiate on Easter Sunday. W. L. Hopper, secretary cf the Ha waiian Sugar Co., Ltd., gives notice that a dividend will be due and pay able to the stockholders on April 1st, at the office of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd. Beautiful music will be rendered by the choir of the Second Congregation at the 0:45 service tomorrow morning. At the 6:30 service in the evening the surplice choir will give a full choral service. Manager Hewitt of Xaalehu planta tion left on the Mauna Loa yesterday after a short visit in town. While here he had quite a little to talk about with he representatives from the Kona and au districts. Among the departures for Maui and Hawaii ports on the Mauna Loa yes terday morning were the following: Judge Carter, J. F. Hackfeld, J. M. Monsarrat, Wm. Thompson, Dr. A. Mc Wayne, H P. Baldwin, Dr. Rowatt, J. F. Humburg. The Rugby football boys were out in force on the parade grounds in front of the drill shed yesterday afternoon. Interest in practice does net seem to waver for one moment. Today, there will be practice on the old baseball grounds as the new grounds will be in use. Dr. Capron did not leave on the Mauna Loa for Kau yesterday but in stead, will sail on the Miowera. The services of Dr. 'McMillan have been ac cepted 'by the plantations and he will remain in the District of Kau. The action of the Board of Health alone re mains to complete the whole transaction. Everybody enjoys a change in morning cereals until they come to "SEMOLA." Then? Pau. Cricket men are taking a rest for a few weeks. Companies D and G of the X. G. H. had possession of the Drill Shed last evening. A mechanic here has received a let ter to the effect that men are wanted at both the Union and Risdon iron works in San Francisco. Diamond Head, ) March 20, 1808. I Weather, hazy; ind, high N. E. SPECIAL BIG BARGAINS IN Bed Spreads, Sheets and Pillow Cases. FOR TrflS WEEK ONLY! K 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. -a. . These prices are for this week only. i N. s. tt in; Goads Co Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS. F. MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. I ID 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. Prices lower than ever. TENNIS GOODS. "1898" BALLS. New Rackets, Nets, Etc. Complete line direct from Wright & Ditson. Prices on Balls, greatly reduced. Drop In At any time you may happen to be hi the neighborhood of our handsome Store, and yet cur clerks to show you our Pretty assortment of novelties in fcot covering. Don't need Shoes just now? Perhaps Xot, b t you will need them later on And we want to supply them. Our Prices are not "Less than cost of Making" hut they are fixed to allow The smallest consistent margin. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co. FORT STREET. Sporting Goods Of every description. See our new line of HAMMOCKS We will sare you money. Wall, Nichols Go. Ease w K r. KKKKKK i K X I Head- ! X X X X ,t X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X it AT V V Jk AT K AT AT AT AT Continued For One week lore Is Worth $1,000! x To anyone with a headache J AT and plenty of money. AT TT 1 T i -t; .1 y neau-jcase auis uirecuy up on the nerves and A A which control and regulate AT b X AT the circulation of the blood X AT 1 2 it immediately relieves the $ congestion in the vessels of ? AT X A? the brain which is the cause X AT X $ of headache. Safe and agree- JJ able to take. 25c per box of '2 A J 12 powders. X AT Prepared only by- AT AT AT AT A? AT A? AT AT AT AT DRUGGISTS, x X X X X X X X X X X X X'AAA A A A A '4 A it it -A, it it St it it ODR MAMMOTH SALE -OF- wm AND -QGG8 T 1 ' . Largest Assortment ever displayed in this market. Extra Special Sale of i li &i These Goods are of the finest and latest patterns. Cell and see them. Neck Dressings of the sort that have made us friends will make us better friends open today. Price likely less than you'd gues. o o o If worth doing It's worth doing Tight- out-dooring, indooring, anywhere, any time clothes to fit the case and yourself as well. 9 Hotel Street Waverley Block. Agents for Dr. Dermel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Make Shirts to Order. (Limited.) MERGHflN IS ID Goi N Agents DM GOODS, HARDWARE, cod GROCERIES. 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 end 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 807. Hotel busses meet every steamer. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. CARL KLEMME, Manager. YEE SING TAI. Hatting, Wall Paper, Wider Chairs and All Kinds of Furniture. CONTKACTOR AND BUILDER. Cabinet Making and Painting. Fort St. K. C. Baking Powder. Manila Cigars H. MAY & CO.. lottoniHien -:- 98 FORT STREET. -:-Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box, 470. mm m w . m mmb wn mwmmm m w wm m m mm mr mvmm ii 0 o FORT STREET. z h k w n n B w i v v, wt n k . n n 9 n k k n " ftT ftT J? tk ftT ft? ftT ft? ftT r ftT ftT V ftT ft? ftT V ftT V ftT ftT V j ft. ftT V ftT ft ftT ftT ft ft. ftT ft." ftT ft ft. ft. Tennis Goods! 000 1898 RACKETS. 1898 BALLS. NETS, ETC. The Very Best Made, And No Old Stock. OOO PEARSON & H0BR0N FIRST-CLASS RENTING AND REPAIRING DEPARTMENT. 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. 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 X ' 'A la' 'A ' H 'A A A U k A A A A U AAA A A V? 'A Hotel Street P.O. Box 215 Robinson Block, Telephone 973. GOODS! -EX "BELGIC"- Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Shirts, Silk Neckties, Silk Suspenders. Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale end Petafl Jaianese Coeds and Provision Merchants. PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS; PLANTATION SUPPLIES; LUBRICATING OLS; CARPENTERS', MACHINISTS' AND BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS; ARMS AND AMMUNITION; j 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 Y II V -V V -. m. m. Nt.W UUUDS. m (PEP. "AUSTRALIA," FED. 1.) ORGANDIES: Imperial, Francaise, St. Germaine, Czarine. t I Superfine, Valence. I Toilet de Alsatia, New Prints, Lace Curtains, l t Ribbons, Lap Robes, Etc.