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TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, APRIL 2, IS'.iS. i ' '''' V.. LOCAL BHEViTIES. iLfci dies' 1 1 anna's. French toques at iMi-.s. I were A good many iratieal joker at bat yesterday. Special meeting of Lodge le Progres for work in first degree tonight. A notice re guardianship oi George Alliveins, appears in this paper today. "The Kash" advertise many popular features in their spring line, non' more so than the price. An elegant up-to-date line of ladies' shirt waists, just unpacked, at N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ltd. iWm. Thompson who came back from Hawaii on the Maurra Loa yesterday will play in the Itugby gams today. Fifteen Whitcomb tourists, ticketed for the Pali and Volcano trips are ex pected here by the steamer of the 15ta in st. An American girl wishes a position of housekeeper or rare of children. office. Demurrers were filf-d in the Circuit Court yesterday in the case of Victoria Ward vs. Chas. S. Desky and TZ. Peck & Co. There were qulto a number of callers yesterday afternoon on the occasion of the regular reception of the President tmd Mrs. Dole. The grand concert in aid of the three native churches in Honolulu suburbs, will be held at the opera house on Sat urday evening next. There will be no concert at Emma Square this afternoon. The band will nlay at the Rugby football game. Go there to hear the music. The public schools will be in vacation all of next week. A number of boys of the city High School will camp on Tantalus for a few days. By the Manna Eoa yesterday came the news of the engagement of Miss Annie Itose of Hilo to .Mr. Peter Dee, manager of the Volcano House. The Hawaiian Mission Children's Society will meet this evening at the home of Mr. J. B. Atherton on King street, at half past seven o'clock. The regular monthly meeting of ithe Pioneer Building and Doan Association will be he-ld at the Chamber of Com merce Monday evening, April 4th. In the Supreme Court yesterday the case of W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., vs. The Republic of Hawaii, for customs rebate, was argued and submitted. Tho local company of the Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, has already commenced preparations for a grand anniversary celebration in August next. On Monday, April 4th. at 11 o'clock a. m. at the office of W. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd., a meeting of the stockholders of the Olowalu Company will be held. A moonlight concert will be given by the band at Emma Square Monday night and on Tuesday evening theTe will be a grand concert at Makee Island. Owing to the success attending Wil lison's Circus on the other islands the date of opening at Honolulu has been postponed to an indefinitely date this month. There will be communion service at i 9:45 tomorrow morning at St. Andrew's ( Cathedral. At the 0:30 service the sur pliced choir will render a full choral service. Frank Wallbacher of San Francisco, is now second cook at the Hawaiian hotel, in place of Ernest "Woodford who ha taken a position with Caterer Chapman. The Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company give notice that the steamer Mauna Ioa will not sail until Wednes day morning next at 10 o'clock instead of Tuesday. (Many people in the city were excited yesterday over the report that there was a Spanish cruiser off port. Tho fact that it was .the 1st of April cleared up matters. The big Rugby charity football game begins at the baseball grounds of the league in Makiki promptly at 3:30 this afternoon, with the Government band in attendance. The Kapiolani park extra racing meet is now scheduled for one week from today. The promoters have made a special contract with the clerk of the weather. St. Louis College campus athletic pastimes will be rushed from 2 o'clock this afternoon to finish in time for participants and spectators .to see the Rugby football game. A number of kamaaina Chinese laun drymcn, learning- of the agitation against their olden time manner of sprinkling clothes, have discarded it and adopted the haole style. tT'here will be special Easter week service at the Central Union Church each evening, excepting Tuesday and Saturday. For every meeting there will bo an attractive musical program. Dr. J. T. Wayson has purchased o? the well known dealer Mr. McDonald ithe royally bred three-year-old mar? Corinne. The animal traveled under 2:30 as a two-year-old and U sired by a horse with a record of 2:1S. There will be a welcome home meet ing to Mrs. Adjt. Simonson and Lieut. Elliott who arrived by the Moana from San Francisco, at the Salvation Army hall. Saturday ' and Sunday evenings, April 2d and 3d, at 7:30 o'clock. At the Kakaako butts this afternoon there will be held the first of a series of match shoots for the trophy offered by Minister Cooper. It is intended that each company of the First Regiment shall be represented in the contest of 20 men. (Minister Cooper is still on the sick list and remains at his home in Pawaa. He was not able to bo at the Govern ment building either yesterday or the day before. The Cabinet councils were keid by the President and Ministers Damon and Smith. A picture in the March number cf llunsey's magazine represents the U. S. S. Brooklyn with Admiral Miller and party standing by a large gun on that warship's deck. Other pictures of in terest here are fine half-tone lekenesses of the President and Mrs. Dole. If SEMOLA" is not the best j of kind why does everybody ask for it? And why do all the grocers keep it? Drop n A diamond pin has boen lost. There will be a Central Union church choir rehearsal at 7:30 this evening. F. M. Wakefield was among the pas sengers from Hawaii on the Mauna Loa yesterday. 'Harry Agnew is soon to arrive- here from the coast with a cargo of fine horses for .the local market. M..lffiEftBULLETIK. Diamond Heap, Marrh 27, 1S0S. Weather, hazy; wind, high N. E. EASTER HATS! EASTER HATS! 4 A new lot, just received. HATS, TOQUES AKD BONNETS. The very latest. Children's Easter Hats. An elegant assortment Lat est Fads in Ribbons. t On account of the inclement weather our Great Bed Spread Sale Wll be continued for a few days. J 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. 'Remember these prices are only for a few days more. ft s. lis Dry Goads Co. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS.F. MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. At any time you may happen to be In the neighborhood of our handsome Store, and yet our clerks to show you our Pretty assortment of novelties in foot cover inq. Don't need Shoes just now? Perhaps Xot, bvt you (till need them later on And we (rant to supply them. Our Prices ur'' not ''Less than cost of Making" but they are fixed to allow The smallest consistent margin. The Manufacturers' Shoe FOR 7' STREET, Mr fire. Sk JkT it t v s AT AT it &r ? it v AT AT AT A ulL k k n h t n n w. k n i n n .1 Soap is not the enemy to the complexion which jj many people consider it. It is infinitely better for the skin than the dirt which will collect in the pores after a day wheel- 5 ing or traveling. All soap is not good for the skin. For in- s stance, common laundry x OR 6ANDIES! DIMITIES! STOCKS II REAL ESWE FOR SALE. t vt Shares of Stock FOR PRIVATE SALE. TODAY. 10 Shares Inter-Island S. Company. 25 Shares Oahu Sugar Co., assessable. 20 Shares Oahu Sngar Co., paid up. 25 Shares Kahuku Sugar Co. A? AT AT AT AT AT A AT AT ft.' AT AT AT A? AT t A? AT A? A? Af A Af AT St A? J soap would ruin a com- at piexion. use only tne j; purest of soap for face x and hands. A trial of Curative Skin Soap will convince anyone that it is the proper toi- J let soap. It will leave J the face and hands soft and clean. It stands the & test. 2c cake; 3 for 60c. I ho fiL KING & FORT. Af A 'a fi r a i "4 a. U "a Not a million bargains nor everything at half price--just a special lot of Organdies and Dimities as fresh as Spring 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, Neckwear, Etc. I! H d B FORT STREET, Pi ase Ball Supplies! Complete line just received. Prices lower than ever. TENNIS GOODS. 1898" BALLS. New Rackets, Nets, Etc. Complete line direct from Wright & Ditscn. Trices on Balls, greatly reduced. Sporting; Goods Of every description. See our new line of HAMMOCKS We will sare you money. Wall, Nichols Co. l 5 Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af 000 s 1898 RACKETS. 1898 BALLS. NETS, ETC. The Very Best Made, And No Old Stock. OOO PEARSON ON FIRST-CLASS RENTING AND REPAIRING DEPARTMENT. Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af Af AT Af Af Af V Af U U J ft U U ' ' YH '4 K " J 'a e3 A 't A U a 4 U 'A V? 'A 4 'A SI2 Fori Street, Telephone 565. There are many popular features in our Spring line, none more so than the price. Absolutely Pafe boy's and men's cloth ing is what our trade demands. Perfect ft: and style, "ginger and dash," make selling easy and add tone to on lousiness. But the price feature controls everything. Take a look at our line, it is doing wonders for our TRAD:.. Fit and finish, fashion and fabric, go hand in hard with pa;- ilar prices. r 9 Hotel Street TVaveviey 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 bath3 and excel lent table and attendances run In con junction with the favorite EAGLE HOUSE Roth 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 S07. Hotel busses meet every steamer. CARL KLEMME, Manager. YEE SING TAI. Hatting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and All Kinds of Furniture. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Cabinet Making and T'aintincr. Fort St. j la !l. s mm (Llmitcl.) if n mm and uojis mill km DRKWODS. is..! TIT U .4 iiJAJj i cr1 GROCER! no "Dagger" Brand Mullet. K. C. Baking Powder. Manila Cigars H. may & CO.. one oei nil gk is -:- 98 FORT STREET, - Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box, PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL I3IPLEMENTS; PLANTATION SUPPLIES; LUBRICATING OLS; nAT?T)PYTPT?S' l A PN TYTffTC A VT1 TIT A nrrC3ArTTITC TOOLS; ARMS AND AMMUNITION; FARMERS' BOILERS; WILEY & RUSSELL'S SCREW PLATES; TAPS AND DIES, DRILLS; PAINTS, OILS, VARNISIIES; 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. AJk tei AZSk .1 'A A?JJ Hotel Street - - . - - Robinson Block. P.O. Cox 2 ID. Telephone 973. O I DTQ i i Lion onini Golf, Stanley, Yamafoya's, Etc, , Jewelry, Sweaters, Silk Goods, Etc. Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale 2cd Petai! Japanese Gco3s anl Provision Merchants. -l:sry- r&F mmmmmemmmmmmmatm,THmmw . i mini, n in ii.iiuhj.h i n.nnn ! i mi mvm!mriw.TMwvsTr,tmKwBmwmmur f4- X We received per Zealandia, March 19th, the Latest in 1 fTtt$nfi$&Q PknuAlaf fac ilngnams & Crash Suitings Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc., at the Lowest Prices. We SCHMIDT & SONS. e 1 - 4 4) r .v 1 H i s .t I: t i if 'A I t i'f r4 1-.