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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MARCH 29, 189S.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Semola at your grocer's. Two days more, display Easter bon- to- La- nets, Mrs. Hanna. special meetina or I'aeino. i.nri? nisrht. Work in first, df-erp - Fairchild's Honolulu Shoe Store an interesting ad in this issue. itead the ad of the Temple of Fa?hicn about ribbons just received. The Davey Co.'s flood photographs seem day oy day to attract more at tention At 9 last night there were clouds of dust on King, Nuuanu and other streets. There was quite a rush to the tax office yesterday to pay personal and dog taxes. A meeting of the Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, will be held to morrow evening. At the American League open meet ing this evening the Income Tax Act will be discussed. Colonel Little returns to Hilo today after representing clients before the Riinrpmp Court Viptp J. J. Lgan is offering the latest in organdies, dimities, fancy draperies, neelisree shirts, collars, cuffs, etc The Y. "M. C. 'A. year ends on Thufs day of this week. There will be elec tion of officers on next Monday even ing. A Fort street young man raffled a diamond set ring a few evenings ago and was lucky enough to win it for himself. The China is confidently expected in from San Francisco this evening. She will brinz several days' later news from the States. The .Minister of the Interior will re ceive sealed tenders until noon. Mon day April 4, for alterations in the Post Office Building, Honolulu. The gate receipts of the Rugby match on Saturday will be naid to Rev. and Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh for the educa tion of three orphan children. There was a 'very good practice again yesterday afternoon of Rugby football and the players are now in good shape for the match on Satur day. If the weather is good tonight there will be a meeting -of native Royalists on union square, 'ine ami-Annexation commission will once more re port. At the Hawaiian Electric Co.'s works yesterday such repairs were made to the broken machine that nearly all of the customers had light as usual last night. An appeal is to be made for commu tation of the sentence of Ka'.o, cc.n demned to be hanged with Kapea for the murder of Dr. J. K. Smith cn Kauai. Walter Cassett, a gentleman for sev eral years engaged in the range horse business in Wyoming, is now in Ha waii with the purpose of , permanently locating. . Viggo Jacobson has submitted to Minister Cooper designs for the "De partment Trophy of 1S9S." Tlie first shoot of the series will occur on Sat urday next. Medeiros and Decker, the Hotel street tailors, say that it is just as cheap to "buy clothes that fit and wear well as to buy those that don't fit or wear. See ad on page 2. c t Tascuti n kamaaina who left here 18 years ago and who has since been in South America and the United States, is back again and in the service of the Oahu Railway. Marks and Saunders, the local repre sentatives of Willison's circus are hard at work now preparing for the open ing cf the show season under tenta near the fish market. Sealed Tenders will' be received by the Minister of the Interior until 12 o'clock noon Wednesday, April 20th, fnr su nieces of cast iron pipe. Speci fications at Public WTork's office.- 1 The Marshal wishes to extend his thanks to the Union Express Company for their kindness during the flood on Thursday. The carts worked all after noon without asking for any pay what ever. Wm M. -Pond, an employe of the Makee Sugar Company, died at the Queen's Hospital on Saturday las. and the funeral was held on Sunday. Mr. Pond had been under treatment several weeks for tumor on the brain. Judge John W. Kalua has been direc rv,i0f Justice to proceed to ieci uy nit? kjiii-'- - ,T..ni! onri there nreside at a session of the Circuit Court for that Circuit in the place of Judge E G. . Hitchcock, whose illness lias been re corded. ctmncr.v who looked like a Klon- art from, the last steamer was ibout the streets yesterday looking for the loan of a strong glass to search for -old that he believed was hidden m . rftiMni rock he carried very n-- rof 111 V. 'ienes de Mattos, widow, has .-brought o ,,t!nn fiMinst the i'criugue&e o.;,- .f Tin waii for an ac- ! L r of the benefits ; !?Tn her husband as pntltled as a member in good standing of the Society There was a big crowd out for the concert at Emma Square last vcu Miss Kanoho. wno nas utftu. uu ed for several weeks, was given a mosu cordial welcome. sue sang wree wu6 Mr. Kreuter's cornet solo was even bet ter than usual. Marshal Brown has filed at the offices of the Clerk, of Courts in me juuhwij building his official return uu m cution of the two Japanese hanged at Oahu prison on Friday lasc. L. A. Doyle's signature appears as one of the resident witnesses. Mr and Mrs. Paul R. Isenberg gave a luau complimentary to Messrs. Alex. tu1 -Walter .McBryde at thear home in u on Sunday. A right good time was had. There were present besides the guests of honor the following: Alias L- Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Conradt, J. O. Carter, Jr., Ernest Wodehouse . , and C. Mett. If SEMOLA" is not the best of kind why does everybody ask for it? And why do all the grocers keep it? Drop In Neck Dressings The meetins of Aloha Branch. T. S., will be held as usual thi3 evening. Kewalo is auite dry again and the avenue to Cycuomere park can be used by wheeimen. During the heavy rains of the part six weeks there has been one Daa break in the Volcano Road. This is within a few miles of Hilo. i p"piii Diamond Head, March 27, Weather, hazy; wind, high N. E. At any time you may happen to he In the neighborhood of our handsome Store, and get our clerks to show you our Pretty assortment of novelties in foot covering. Don't need Shoes just now? Perhaps Xot, bit you will need them later on And we want to supply them. Our Prices are not "LcssWian cost of Making" but they are jixed to allow The smallest consistent margin. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co. FORT STREET. of the sort that have made . us friends will make us better friends open today. Price likely less than you'd guess. o o o If worth doing it's worth doing right- out-dooring, indooring, anywhere, any time clothes to fit the case and yourself as well. lillill (Limited.) Merchants aid Commission Agents. . DM GOODS, 1S9S. EASTER HATS ! EASTER HATS ! A new lot, just received. HATS, TOQUES AND BONNETS. The very latest. Children's Easter Hats. ' An elegant assortment Lat est Fads in Ribbons. On account of the inclement weather our Great Bed Spread Sals Will be citinued for a few days. Our $1.00 Bed Spread is extraor dinary value. Our $1.25 Bed Spread, hemmed ready for use, full double size, com pares with any $2.00 Spread. iRemember these prices are only for a few days more. N. l te Dry Ms Co. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. J AS. F.MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. WEfll REAL ESTATE FOR. SALE. nun Shares of Stock run rniYAic oalc. V it? ft? ft.' ft? ft? ft? ft? r ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft ft? ft? ft? ft? V ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? V n n n n n n n n n x x x x Head BBS x x Ease I ' Hill J' f IS Worth $i nnn; JL Q V ORGANDIES! : : Waveriey Block. HARDWARE, 9 Hotel Street and GROCERIES. D MITIES! Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. Not a million bargains nor everything at half price just a special lot of Organdies and Dimities as fresh as Spring. We Make Shirts to Order. "Dagger" Brand Mi ill At. The Queen Hotel With its large and well ventilated rooms, hot and cold baths and excel- i lent table and attendances run In con junction with the favorite To anyone "with a headache and plenty of money. Head-Ease acts directly up on the nerves and organs which control and regulate the circulation of the blood it' immediately relieves the congestion in the vessels of the brain which is the cause of headache. Safe and agree able to take. 25c per box of 12 powders. Prepared only by il I ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? ft? t e4 'A 'A 4 'A A 'A A A A DRUGGISTS. x jf n ,? St $ Jf X X X X X X X Latest things in FANCY DRAPERIES They come from hands that have forgotten all but touches of prettiness. For husbands, brothers and sons a new line of Negligee Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Neckvear, Etc. EAGLE HOUSE Both situated on Nuuanu Avenue, offer special advantages to tourists ond others who desire lirst-class accom modation at a moderate tariff. Con nected with the Queen Hotel, there has recently been established a nrst-ciass RESTAURANT. Meals at all hours. Queen Hotel, Telephone S09. Eagle House, Telephone 807. Hotel busses meet every steamer. CARL KLEMME, Manager. YEE SING TAI Matting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and All Kinds of Furniture. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. K. C. Baking Powder. Manila Cigars H. may & CO., Male ana Hi Grocers 98 FORT STREET. -:- Cabinet Making and Painting. Fort St. ( Telephone, 22 : P. O. Box. 470. - i i Si MAW FORT STREET. TODAY. 10 Shares Inter-Island S. H. Company. 5 Shares Oahu Sugar Co., assessable. 20 Shares Oahu Sugar Co., paid up. 25 Shares Kahuku Sugar Co. pl n l t k i k k n k n n h n i n n h n n i . v V AT AT AT ooo ase 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. AT ft? lit 1898 RACKETS. 1898 BALLS. NETS, ETC. The Very Best Made, And No Old Stock. OOO PEARSON & H0BR0N FIRST-CLASS RENTING AND REPAIRING DEPARTMENT. X X X X X X X X X X X 9 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. X X X X X X ?t X X x X X X X X X X X X X X x X X 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. 'A 'A 'A 'A AAA 'AAA 'A 'A Va 'A A 'A U 'A a'AUU 'A 'A c 'A 'A A 'A'aWaH'AU'A U A 1 $ We received per Zealandia, march 19th, the Latest in Sporting Goods Of every description. See our new line of HAMMOCKS We will sare you money. Hotel Street - Robinson Block, P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973. Or andies, Flannelettes, Gingliams & Crash Suitings -EX ''BELGIC- Wall, Nichols Co. Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Shirts, Silk Neckties, Silk Suspenders. Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale and Petall Jaracese Coeds and Provision Merchants. Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc., at the Lowest Prices. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. 3