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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU. APRIL 4, 1S9S.
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AGENTS FOR
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Will JlUll
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OF BOSTON.
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OF HARTFORD.
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CO., 11
Queen Street, : : Honolulu, II. I.
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono-
ciea Sugar company, nonomu ougar
Company, Vailuku Sugar Company,
Waihee Sugar Company, Makes Su
gar Company, Haleakala Ranch Com
pany, Kapapala Ranch.
Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets,
Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos
ton Packets.
Agents Boston Board of Underwrit
ers. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
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VICTORY FOR GO.
HIKT CONV1CTKD.
List of Latest
Novelties.
Capt. Ms Cflmmafld Wins at tie
N. &. H. Butts.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
P. C. Jones, President; George II.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, II. Water
house, G. R. Carter, Directors.
Office.
Sun Insurance
OF LONDON.
FOUNDED r I7IO.
The largest and oldest
purely Fire Insurance Com
pany in the World.
Capital ::::::: $12,000,000.
Net Surplus :::::: S,ooo,oco.
POLAR STAR ICE CREAM FREEZ
ER. Freezes in one minute.
MOSQUITO OR FLY FANS. Will
run an hour on one winding.
IDEAL PAN. For bread baking.
Something fine.
BICYCLE TREADLE GRINDSTONE
FRAMES. A labor-saving device.
IDEAL WATER FILTERS AND
COOLERS. A small refrigerator
and filter combined.
REVERSIBLE SOCKET HAIR
FLOOR BROOMS. Sweeps at any
angle.
UNIFORM BREAD SLICERS. For
cutting bread for sandwiches all
the same thickness.
BERKEFIELD FILTERS. These are
attached to any water faucet and
filter perfectly with any pressure.
PLANET FURNITURE AND CAR
PET BEATERS. Will not wear
out the article beaten.
STOVE POLISHING MITTENS. Clean
the stove perfectly without soiling
the hands.
EUCHRE PUNCHES. Just the thing
for card parties.
PHOENIX CHIMNEY CLEANERS.
Fit any chimney.
ANGLE LAMPS. Burn kerosene econ
omically and do not throw any
shadow. A good Invention.
COMBINED SALT AND PEPPER
SHAKERS. Two in one. A very
handy article.
SOME NOTABLE TARGET SHOOTIHD
Average of Almost 40 for 20 Men.
The Others- Comparisons Indi
vidual Records Made.
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BISHOP & CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
LIMITED.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice-President
W. M. Giffard. Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter Auditor
SUGAR FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION AGENTS
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Company
Of San Francisco, CaL
Claus Spreckels.
Wm G. Ikwis
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Bankers,
HONOLULU - - - II. I.
Han Francisco agents The Nevada BanV
VON HOLT BLOCK.
PHOTOGRAPHIC CO., Ld.
Mott-Smith Block, cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Instantaneous Portraits, Iridium,
Bas-Relief, Carbon and Platinum,
SPECIALTIES.
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DRAW EXCHANGE ON
San Francisco The Nevada Bank of Sat
Francisco. . .
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New York American Exchange Nationa)
Bank. . , , , .
Paris Comptoit National d'Escompto de
raris.
Tterlln Dresduor Bank.
Xlonckomr and Yokohama-Hongkong and
New Zealand and Australia Bank o!
New Zealand. . . Tf
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of Brit
ish North America.
Tnnsocio General Banning XExcmge Business
Issued. Bills of Exchange Bought and Sold.
CollectlonsIiPromptly Accounted For
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When other hoofs and other shoea
Have not been faring -well,
And by the language that you use
It's plain there's been a sell.
In such a scene, we
Ask you not to worry,
-lm,0r KTNfr STREET
SHOEING SHOP OF T. B. MURRAi
A II n-nrir drl hp first-class workmen.
and nothing but high-class work executed.
L'ictures alter nemoranui ana uarionwi
Mezzo-tints. Sole proprietors of the Bas
Relief Mid Iridium processes. Groups at
residences, ilashlight or daylight. Copying
and enlarging. Life-size pictures on Porce
lain, finished in water-color, sepia or crayon.
Appointments by Telephone 492. So stairs
to walk up. Take elevator at ground floor.
THE CLUB STABLES
(Limited)
Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477.
Livery. Boning ana Soles Sites.
PROMPT SERVICE. STYLISH TURP
OUTS. SAFE DRIVERS.
Wa nrfi esneciallv eauipped to cater
to vour trade. Fair dealing and good
service is what we depend upon to get
t.
Drs. Rowat and Karr are always in
attendance at the Stables.
Hack Stand Telre phone, No. 319.
Hacks Nos. 45, 62, 63, 65, 70, 73, 97.
C. H. BELLINA, Manager.
Every mule or horse shoe we put
i n 4f cwolf a nerfect Rem.
To get the like, ring up or send your
critter to the snop 01 1. x.
We employ flrst class mechanics
only.
'Prices to suit the times."
Telephone 592.
HUSTACE & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Wood and Coa!
ALSO
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
marJiei raiea.
Telephone No. 414.
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ALL
PATTERNS
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REDUCED
PRICES.
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OZAKi
WAVERLEY BLOCK,
HOTEL ST.
About all the First Regiment men
who could get away from the garrison
or town on Saturday afternoon were on
the Kakaako shooting range. Six of
the eight companies of the uniformed
National Guard entered teams of 20
men each. This event was the first of
a series of shoots fox the magnificent
trophies offered by Minister Cooper.
The big prize is to be a heavy shield
to go to the victorious company. There
wi'il be besides a handsome medal for
the individual making the "best score
during the match.
In the contest so far, Company G,
composed entirely of native Hawaiians,
leadr. The boys have practiced most
diligently and are congratulated warm
ly by their rivals and others. For
many months the boys of G have had
something of this sort in view and
when the day came they were ready.
It was not a day for high scores.
The wind was not only high at times,
but was irregular throughout the aft
ernoon. There was rain at times.
Captain Schaefer was in charge of the
range. The 120 men shot their scores
of ten shots each in four hours and a
half. There were no accidents, but
there are many hard luck stories cur
rent. Captain Smith's Company A, is
commended for putting in a team and
doing so we'll. The worst "falls" of
the day were by men in E, F and D.
Perhaps the 'best shooting of the day
was done by Kukahi of G, who made
a clean miss on his second shot and
then finished with a score .of forty-one.
It was unfortunately impossible for H
or C to have teams.
Xew trophy shooting now on in the
companies is with A and H. Captain
Smith has put up a gold medal and the
nnmti!inv Vi n a three silver ones. One
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condition with me nueda'l is regulari
ty of practice. In Captain Murray's
command a number of fine trophies
have been hung up to encourage the
bov.
Capitain Coyne says that Company
E is open to meet any other company
of the Regiment in a frienedy match,
barring G.
TOTAL EACH COMPANY.
Av.
791 39 11-20
' 75G 37 4-5
748 37 2-5
745 37 1-4
720
712
Possible, 1,000.
HUNDRED BEST.
The best 100 scores were a total of
2 nnn.
This is 39 points more than the 100
man team of the N. G. II. made in the
match with the First Regiment, Na
tional Guard of California. The Cali
fornians on this occasion of the match
m dp 2 952. In the international match
best were 'of C, H and the staff here
rnmniPtpd. If Saturday's 100 best nau
been picked from the N. G. H., the
competition figure of the Californians
would have been beaten very easii.
TEN BEST.
The ten best men made a total of
442 an average of 44.2. This is the
best record yet shown by ten men 01
the Regiment.
HIGHEST INDIVIDUALS.
t-.. iST'irliinl nipdal "Musician
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,,t; v mnrie 4f. besting Oleson, fc 4
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B, who had the same total; Austin win
ning "Creedmore.
MADE OVER FORTY
These are the men who made 40 or
iipttpr out. of the possible oO:
n Chas. Wilcox 43, G. Karratti 41,
Captain Kea 43, Keliipio 41, Musician
rnnimins 40. Lieut. Rose 44, Corp. Ma-
honey 41, Morse 40, Corp. Kulike 44,
K-nknhi 41. SherWOOd' 41.
i F! Mus. Austin 41, Speckman 41, Fer-
reira 42, Corp. Overbeck 40, Kiley 41,
rnt Covne 41.
n spret. Burnett 41, Sergt. Johnson
43 Sergt. Cook 43, Butler 44, Keister
F Gouveice 43. Corp. Friedersdorf
ii Sprsrt Reid 40, Lieut. Ludewig 42,
Bechert 42, Corp. Hirschenan 41, Cook
in Sprsrt. Steinman 40.
RFrazier 44. Corp. Riley 44, Bol
ster 40, Hagerup 41, Sergt. Winant 42,
T.ncrnn 41. Mii3. Rainer 41, uieson -io.
A Sergt. Fetter 40, Sergt. Peterson
41, Mus. Bordfeldt 43.
"Tnhnnv" Coakley, formerly barten
der at the Pantheon saloon, has gone
t thP Sound. He left quietly on the
barkentine Klikitat a few days since
without telling many friends ct Ms in
tention.
NEW HARNESS.
If you wish to see nice sets of har
ne double or single, examine the
stock at Schuman's Carriage ana iiar-
ness Repository. We have just received
direct from the Eastern manuiacuirers
the largest line of the best and latest
styles in harness that can be made in
the U. S.. such as dray, buggy, surrey,
hack and coupe harness. All gooas
guaranteed to be first class.
Reputed Transaction With Chinese
Adjudged a (iravo OlTcnsc.
Chester Doyle returned from Lib?:-:.
: Kauai, on the W. G. Hall Sunday morn-
!ing with J. Birt, the man charged with
selling a mixture of poi for opium to a
Chinaman on the Garden Isle a ihort
time ago. Birt's capture here has al
ready been dwelt upon in these colu
mns. He was sent to Kauai and on
Wednesday last, the writ of habeas
corpus in the case of the Republic of
Hawaii vs. J. Birt for gross cheat, was
argued before Judge Hardy at Kapaa.
Sheriff Coney appeared for the prosecu
tion and Attorney G. D. Gear of this
city for the defense. The whole fore
noon was spent in argument. Judge
Hardy reserved his decision until Fri
day morning, at which time he denied
the writ.
Birt was taken back to Lihue and on
Saturday, the case was tried. Defen
dant was fined $300 and costs. As it is
claimed he sold his poi mixture to the
Chinaman for $450 it appears he is
something like $150 in pocket. Birt inti
mated yesterday that he would prob
ably appeal his case.
C. Clark, the man charged with being
accessory in the same case, was found
not guilty and discharged.
ay "Yes," and Prove
it.
When you answer in the affirmative be sure you
are in a position that will bear out your assertions. There
is no such word as 'Fail." Say "Yes," and stick to it. Say
"Yes," and prove it.
Have we good fitting slices? Have we the latest
styles? Are our shoes up-to-date? Are our shoes cor
rect in price? YES, to all these questions, and we can
prove it. If you doubt this declaration, come and see us
and we will convince you.
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
Island Orders Solicited.
205 Hotel St.. Arlington Block.
RHEUMATISM CURED.
Mv wife has used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism with great relief,
and I can recommend it as a splendid
liniment for rheumatism and other
household use for which we have found
it valuable. W. J. CUYLER, Red
Creek, N. Y.
Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer:
chants of this village and one of the
most prominent men in this vicinity.-
W. G. PHIPPIN, Editor Red Creek
Herald. . For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Company, Limited,
wholesale agents for Hawaiian Islands.
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JORDAN'S.
In Ladies', Gent's and
Children's
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR !
FOR ONE MORE WEEK.
Another Monster Reduction in
LADIES' SILK UNDERWEAR,
Usual price $1.25, reduced to 75 cents.
Gent's Silk Undervests and Drawers,
Ladies' Ribbed Undervests from 5c.
each up.
Children's Underwear,
Ladies' Black Hose, plain and drop-
stitch,
I Gent's Half Hose, black and colored.
Equally great reductions, in fact
i prices are lower than ever.
Come early and get first choice.
RiO. 1 O STREET
75.00!
THE BOLTLESS
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Per "Zealandia" we received our
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a sity of your looking elsewhere, as a
our stock consists of all shades and
designs that are new.
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TEMPLE OF FASHION
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M. G. S1LVA, Prop.
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Hamakua Plantation,
Paauilo, Hawaii, H. I.
Mr. J. G. Spencer,
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Honolulu.
Dear Sir: The Secretary Disc Plow 1 pur
chased from you is giving us satisfaction. We
are using it to plow under a crop of lupins. They
are three feet high and very thick. Your plow
turns them completely under, at the same time
plowing the land fourteen inches deep.
I feel satisfied that with this plow the draft
for the same quantity and depth of work is as
6 to 8. That is, with the old plow, to do the same
work, it takes 8 good mules; with your plow it
takes only 6, and they are less tired at night.
Please send me another plow by first schooner
leaving for this.
You are at liberty to use- this in any way you
may see fit. Yours truly,
A. LIDGATE.
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On some of the many articles suitable for
horsemen now the races are on:
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SHEETS AND HOODS,
GIRTHS AND SURCINGLES (Light Weight),
COOLING BLANKETS,
HORSE BOOTS,
T A P. V. SPTTPC; RT, A "Nnrt",rP PTTC
DERBY BANDAGES,
TURTON BITS, SULKY WHIPS,
JOCKEY BATS,
SWEAT SCRAPERS,
SALT SACKS AND SPONGES
Boyce Tablets, Elliman's Embrocation, Dixon's Condition
Powders, Horse Liniment, Castile Soap, Etc.
Honolulu Bicycle Co.
Telephone !00, J09 Fort St.
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King St., near Nunann St., Honolulu.
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