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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, April 04, 1898, Image 7

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE!: : HONOLULU, APRIL 4. 1S0S.
LOCAL GREYIT1ES.
I Ii. & L. A. meeting tonight.
Kooa will start grinding again to
day. Beautiful Spring flowers at Mrs.
1 fauna's.
K. W. JorIan will continue his clear
ance Kile another week.
There will be one new singer and one
new sons at Emma Square Vltia even
ing. Captain Kioaft and others arrested
eleven Chinaman- for gambling Satur
day night.
A. concert will Imj given by th Gov
ernment banl at Makte Island tomor
row evening.
The first missionaries from the Unit
ed States landed in Hawaii 7S years
ago this date.
(More cottages are being built on
Hustace avenue, near the entrance to
Cyclomere park.
The WavMley Huh poodle are quite
busy already arranging for their con
cert on the 10th inst.
The Mormon church conference for
all the Islands is in session this week
at Iaie, near Kahuku.
Solid silver hat pins given away in
the, millinery department of N. S.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Itd.
Medeiros & Decker, the Hotc-1 street
tailors, have made arrangements for a
steam dyeing and cleaning outfit.
"Willi son's circus is not expected in
town again for a fortnight. The show
continues to draw well on Hawaii.
Rev. O. II. Gulick will address the
Ivoyal legion meeting at Central Uni
on church at 2:15 this afternoon.
Tom K. James has not as yet leased
his Snow cottage place. He has had
several offers for the establishment.
At the Y. M. C. A. hall this even
ing, inhere will be held the annual busi
ness meeting and election of officers.
Pierre Jones has been appointed by
the Bishop of Honolulu, the lit. Rev.
Alfred Willis, to be Diocesan Regis
trar. Jim Spencer writes from Hanalei,
Kauai, that being purser of 'the Noeau
is not half so much fun as he antici
pated. s
"Bob" Wilcox (has tendered his valu
able services to the United States Gov
ernment to be used in case of war with
Spain.
When expecting better photos than'
you ever had before Williams suggests
that you see him; that he will not dis
appoint you.
Am elegant display of Easter hats,
toques and bonnets, just arrived on the
steamer Moana, at N. S. SacJas Dry
Goods Co., Ltd.
This is the first day of the Easter
opening at Miss M. E. Killean's milli
nery establishment on Hotel street,
Arlington block.
'A large number of Chinese and na
tives and a few haole? attended .the
funeral of Mrs. Sing Loy on last Sat
urday afternoon.
Baseball goods of all kinds at reduc
ed prices are offered by the Hawaiian
News Co. Spaulding's 1S97 Baseball
Rules always on hand.
The stockholders of 'the O'owalu
Company will hold a meeting this
morning at 11 o'clock at the office of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Figueredo, a Portuguese, was arrest
ed by Detective Kaapa, Saturday after- i
noon on the charge of selling spiritu
ous liquor without a license.
Did you ever have your whiskers cut
with less pu'lling than when shaved at
the Silent Barber Shop? They feel
proud to have you leave their place
satisfied.
The. music box at the Temple of
Fashion was won by Mrs. W. C Achi
whoiae'Ul G(0 tickets. Mrs. F. Poor was
second with 607. S. Decker did the
counting.
Soft, white skin is within the reach
of every woman. A'll that is needed
to make the complexion faultless is to
use Maile Cream as prepared by Ben
son, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Davey is showing in a window at the
Pacific Hardware Company a fine
"Enamel Panel" photograph of Fred.
Whitney, of W. G. Irwin & Co. The
likeness is a large and excellent one.
In four of the principal cities of 'the
United States, there are 7,221 Reming
ton typewriters used against 2,491 of all
other makes. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
are agents for this popular machine.
The Salvation Army people on Satur
day and again on Sunday had "wel
come home" meetings for Mrs. Adju
tant Simonson and Lieutenant Elliott,
who returned from r'.ie States by the i
Mo an a. j
At the Chinese church yesterday
morning t'hree young men wore receiv- j
ed into membership on confession of j
faith. Five children wore baptized.
Two of these were the children of J
Frank W. Damon. !
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Some of the men prominent in or
ganization of t'he Rugby boom wish it
stated that Ceo. Clark, now under
treatment at the Queen's Hospital for ;
hernia, had the trouble before he en
gaged in a practice game.
People who came from Kauai. Sun
day, report .that the Waimea bridge is
in good shape again. Carriages can
pass over. A ferry is being built for
the transportation of passengers and
supplies across the Hanapepe river.
It is likrly that more will be heard in
the Senate today of the towor for the
new Diamond Head lighthouse. There
are practical men who take issue with
the Legislators who are S3 positive that
the first strong blow will level the
structure.
The Northern Pacific Steamship
Company's steel ship Braemer will
leave this port for Portland, Oregon,
taking freight for Seattle, Tacoma and
other Sound ports, on or about. April
5th. For freight apply to Theo. IT.
Davies & Co., Ltd., agents.
If SEiMOLA" is not the best
of kind why does everybody
ask for it? And why do all the
grocers keep it?
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Schools are closed, this week for
Easter vacation.
Several squads of Citizens' Guards
men did some fair target shooting at
Iwilei butts yesterday forenoon.
It i3 expected that Minister Cooper,
who was indisposed for several days
last week, wi:i be on duty again today.
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Diamond Heap,
April 3, IS03.
Weather, hazy; wind, high N. E.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK.
Solid Silver Hat Pins
Given Away.
EASTER HATS!
EASTER HATS!
A new assortment per steamer Moana.
THE VERY LATEST.
A unique assortment of
TOQUES AND BONNETS.
A special 'line of
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED EASTER
HATS
At exceptional low prices.
A line of
UP-TO-DATE SAILOR HATS, OR
GANDIES, LAWNS and MUSLINS,
The finest collection 3'ou ever saw.
NEW CRISP FRENCH ORGANDIES,
exquisite colorings, new combina
tion plaids and stripes.
THE LATEST FADS:
Jeweled Buckles, Footing, Embroidered
Chiffon Veils, Fringed Neck Ties,
we 'have them all.
Remember the Millinery Department.
SOLID SILVER HAT PINS, GIVEN
AWAY.
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Limited.
520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU.
JAS. F.MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
Telephone 74.
STOCKS 10 REAL ESIIIE
FOR SALE.
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Shares of Stock
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
1 an if time you may happen to he
hi tlie ne'itjhhorhooil of our handsome
Store, and yd our clerks to show you our
Pretty assortment of 710 celt its in fcot covering.
Don't need Shoes just now? Perhaps
Not, bht you trill need them later en
And tee want to supply them. Our
Prices are not "Less than cost cf
Making;' but they are fixed to allow
Tlie smallest 'consistent margin.
The
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
FORT STREET.
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Soap is not the enemy
TODAY.
10 Shares Inter-Island S, l
Company.
25 Shares Oahu Sugar Co.
assessable.
20 Shares Oahu Sugar Co.,
paid up.
25 Shares Kahuku Sugar Co.
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ase Ball
Supplies!
Complete line just received. Prices
lower than ever.
TENNIS GOODS.
"1898" BALLS.
New Rackets, Nets, Etc. Complete
line direct from Wright & Ditson.
rrices on Balls, greatly reduced.
Sporting Goods
Of every description. See on
line of
HAMMOCKS
We will save you money.
new
Wall, Nichols Co.
to the complexion which J
ts many people consider it. jj
It is infinitely better for
J the skin than the dirt
if which will collect in the
pores after a day wheel-
J ing or traveling.
&; All soap is not good
at for the skin. For in-
stance, common laundry n
soap would ruin a com-
x plexion. Use only the
J- purest of soap for face
J and hands. A trial of
Curative Skin Soap 1
u will convince anyone
5 that it is the proper toi- Jr
let soap. It will leave J
x the face and hands soft
dllU CtCdil. 1L ilclIIUi LUC &
tesV 2c cake; 3 for 60c.
OR
GAMES!
DIMITIES!
There are many popular features
in our Spring line, none
more so than the price.
Absolutely safe boy's and men's cloth-in.-;
is whav our trade demands.
Perfect fit and style, "ginger
and dash," make celling easy
and add tone to our business.
But the rrice feature control
everything. Take a look at
our line, it is doing wonders
for our TRADE.
Fit and finish, fashion and fabric,
go hand in hand with popular price?.
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9 Hotel Street
Waver'ey Block.
Agents for Dr. DeLmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
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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.
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FORT STREET.
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1898 RACKETS.
1898 BALLS.
NETS, ETC.
The Very Best Made,
And No Old Stock.
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PEARSON
OBRON
FIRST-CLASS RENTING
AND REPAIRING
DEPARTMENT.
312 Fort Street.
Telephone 065.
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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 807.
Hotel busses meet every steamer.
(Limited.)
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DM V GOODS,
HARDWARE,
and
GROCERIES.
"Dagger" Brand
Mullet.
CARL KLEMME, Manager.
YEE SING TAI.
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Matting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and
All Kinds of Furniture.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Cabinet Making ami Taintinsr. Fort St. Telephone, 22
K. C. Baking
Powder.
Manila
Cigars.
H. may & CO.,
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and Kill Grocers
98 FORT, STREET.
I O. Box, 470.
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.
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Hotel Street -
P.O. Box 2(5. Telephone 973.
Robinson Block.
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Golf, Stanley, Yamatoya's, Etc.
Jewelry, Sweaters, Silk Goods, Etc,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wholesale and Retail Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants.
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We received per Zealandn, March 19th,
the Latest in
Organdies, Flannelettes,
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Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc.f
at the Lowest Prices.
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