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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, April 05, 1898, Image 7

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, APRIL
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
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Limited.
520 FORT STREET. :
A criekt-i boom is now promised.
Latest shades in ribbons, !Mrs.
Ilanua.
Another rubber tiro factory is soon
to be started here.
Master buns delivered hot ail day
Friday by Love's Bakery.
The circus people expect to open up
Mere aain on the 23d inst.
The Herman Bakery will deliver hot
erosH buns and mince pies for Good
Friday.
Hot cross buns and mince pies de
livered in quantities to suit by Singer's
Bakery.
Parties for the special race meeting
at Kapiolani Park are being organizer
already.
Miss Helen Wilder will give a whist
party to a number of ladies on Wednes
day afternoon.
Pacheco & Fernandez say their
Dandruff cnn is more boneficial than
Klondike gold.
C. I-. Hcrnck iias tor sale some
choice thoroughbred white Leghorn
eggs for hatching.
There will be a drill of the First
Regiment tomorrow evening with the
band in attendance.
A newly calved, grade Jersey or Hol-
stein cow is wanted. Apply to C. G
Ballentyne, Gazette office.
The Temple of Fashion has shop
ping news for ladies, children and men
in the line of shoes and hose.
'II. F. Wichman carries a choice se'Iec
tion of silver and silver gilt chain
purses. Very stylish for stylish people.
Furnished rooms and board can be
had at a private residence by address
ing A. B. C, Hawaiian Gazette office
F. M. Wakefield was to have left for
Hawaii on the Helene yesterday but
could not get away on account of busi
ness.
Tho baseball players are practicing
every evening now. The Regiment boys
are showing up in especially good
form.
A. St. iM. Mackintosh says there was
not sufficient credit given Judge W. L.
Stanley for fine playing in the Rugby
game.
Tickets are still selling for the mons
ter benefit concert to be given at the
Opera House on Saturday evening
next.
Petitions for a park in Aala or Pa
lama are being circulated about the
city and are being very generally
signed.
Mrs. David Dayton and her daughter,
Miss Eva. left for a trip to -the States
on the bark Alden Besse yesterday
afternoon.
The Myrtle dance, set for Friday
night, will take place on Thursday
night instead, the former date being
Good Friday.
In making your engagement for this
Tveek, don't overlook the concert at
the Opera House Saturday evening for
sweet charity.
Prof. Cora McDonald will deliver an
address on literature to an audience of
young people this evening at the home
of J. B. Atherton.
There will "be a meeting of stock
holders of Waimanalo Sugar Co. on
April G, at 10 a. m., at office of Wm.
G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
On Thursday April 7, 10 o'clock a.
at the residence of James Steiner,
J. F. Morgan will sell at public auction
the entire household furniture.
C. R. Collins, claims that every step
taken in the direction of his store
lay mean dollars saved, no matter
what style of harness you need.
Shoes p'ay a prominent part in your
Easter make up. A. E. Murphy & Co.
advertise that they will help you to
look stylish for the Easter season.
The Hawaiian News Co., Ltd., is pre
pared to take and fill orders for "Ha
waii's Story," by Liliuokalani, at the
regular Eastern prices of $2 per copy.
The Rugby boys have decided on
another game for Saturday, the 10th
inst. The teams will be changed some
what and hard practice will be in
dulged in.
W. O. Smith gives notice that an
adjourned meeting of the Honolulu
Bar will be held at the office of the
Attorney-General, Wednesday, April
6th at 3 o'clock.
The Hawaiian hotel bell boys are
now clad in neat navy blue suits with
red braid down the seams of the trous
ers and small brass buttons on the
tight fitting coats.
The engagement of Miss Sarah
Fmmos. a sister of Mrs. John A. Cas
sidy, to O. P. C'rozier of San Francisco,
is announced. The wedding will take
place on July lct.
The regular monthly mooing of t'a
Woman's Board of Missions, will take
place on Tuesday the Z: inst., in the
Central Fnion church at p. m.
A paper may be expected Irani 3 Irs
Leadingham.
The millinery department at X. S
ciinis uij viuuua vumaw viv.,t j lower than ever,
ei an day yesterday, me master mi is
and bonnets are beautiful and the
prices so low. Solid silver hat pins,
are given away, gratis.
Wilson Sc Waitehouse advertise that
they are sole 'licensees of the only suc
cessful rubber tires, and the economical
and durable roller-bearing axle. Obi
wheels reset with rubber tires and
roller-bearing axles with little or no
time lost.
This being Ho'y Week there will be
services of -the Second Congregation
of St. Andrew's Cathedral every day
at 12 o'clock noon and 5 o'clock in
the afternoon. The services on Good
Friday will be at 9:F, o'clock in the
morning and 7:50 in the evening.
Goods and prices must be right when
the goods are bought of well known
and old established houses who are
anxious that they give entire satisfac
tion. Bchuman's carriage and harness
house cater to the trade that desires
the best and receives value for value.
Semola's 3 Ps:
PANCAKES,
PORRIDGE,
PUDDINGS,
Are Unexcelled.
Drop
In
At any time you may happen to he
In the neighborhood of our handsome
Store, and yd our clerics to show you our
Pretty assortment of novelties in foot cover inr.
Piiflis. Mmm
Horn's Ba.kf-rv will deliver hot rrosa
buns in quantities to suit ail day Yvi-Dont )ld Shoes jllst HOW? Perltttp
C01ownl Pnmannv will n,v a rfUM- Xf lvt U0U 1(111 )ieC(I tflCm t1' OH
dend to stockholders at the office of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., today.
Wm. Vannatta, superintendent of the
Hiio wa.ter works and contractor left
for home on the Helene yesterday
fes?il2n Rill i CTIU
MULLLIln.
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Diamond Heap,
April 3, 1S93.
Weather, hazy; wind, high X. E.
And ice 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 fin.
FORT STREET.
There are many popular features
in our Spring line, none
more so than the price.
Absolutely safe boy's and men's cloth
ing is what our trade demands-.
Perfect fit and style, "ginger
and dash," make selling easy
and add tone to our business.
But the price feature controls
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?.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK.
Solid Silver Hat Pins
Given Away.
EASTER HATS!
EASTER HATS !
A new assortment per steamer Alcana.
THE VERY LATEST.
A unique assortment of g
TOQUES AND BONNETS.
A cnonin una I
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED EASTER
HATS
At exceptional low prices.
A line of
UP-TO-DATE SAILOR HATS. OR
CANDIES, LAWNS and MUSLINS,
The finest collection you 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.
Rememiber the Millinery Department
SOLID SILVER HAT PINS, GIVEN
AWAY.
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Soap is not the enemy
to the complexion which
many people consider it.
It is infinitely better for h
the skin than the dirt
which will collect in the J
pores aiter a day wheel-
ing or traveling.
All cnon ic nnf rtrrA &
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for the skin. For in-
stance, common laundry
soap would ruin a com
plexion. Use only the
purest of soap for face x
and hands. A trial of
Honolulu. Curative Skin Soap?
JAS. F.MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
Telephone 74.
FOR SALE.
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ORGANDIES!
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Waveriey Block.
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
DIMITIES!
We Make Shirts to Order.
The Queen Hotel
Not a million bargains nor With its lare and wel1 ventilated
rooms, hot and cold baths and excel-
everything at half price--juSt lent table and attendances run in con-
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a special lot or urgandies and
Dimities as fresh as Spring.
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Merchants m Coiuu
DM GOODS,
HARDWARE,
GROCERIES.
"Dagger" Brand
Mullet.
will convince anyone
that it is the proper toi-
let soap. It will leave
the face and hands soft
and clean. It stands the
test. 2c cake; 3 for 60c.
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FOR PRIVATE SALE.
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Latest things in
FANCY DRAPERIES
They come from hands
that have forgotten ail but
touches of prettiness.
For husbands, brothers and
sons a new line of
Negligee Shirts,
Collars, Cuffs,
Neckwear, Etc.
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.
CARL KLEMME, Manager.
YEE SING TAI.
Matting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and
All Kinds of Furniture.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
CabiDet Making anrl Paintinpr. Fort St. Telephone, 22
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Powder.
Manila
Cigars
H. may & CO.,
ilile and Mi Grocers
93 FORT STREET.
P. O. Box, 470-
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Shares Inter-Island S. N.
Company.
Shares Oahu Sugar Co.,
assessable.
Shares Oahn Sngar Co.,
paid up.
Shares Kahuku Sugar Co.
Base
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1898 RACKETS.
1898 BALLS.
NETS, ETC.
The Very Best Made,
And No Old Stock.
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FIRST-CLASS RENTING
AND REPAIRING
DEPARTMENT.
312 Fort Street.
Telephone 565.
TENNIS GOODS.
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PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS;
PLANTATION SUPPLIES;
LUBRICATING OLS;
CARPENTERS', MACHINISTS' AND BLACKSMITHS'
TOOLS;
A ISMS 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.
1S98" BALLS.
New Rockets, Nets, Etc. Complete
line direct from "Wright & Ditscn.
Prices on Bails, greatly reduced.
Sporting Goods
description,
line of
Of every
:ee our new
HAMMOCKS
We will sare you money.
Wall, Nichols Co.
We received per Zealandia, March 19th,
the Latest in
Hotel Street
P.O. Box 215.
Robinson Block,
Telephone 973.
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Golf, Stanley, Yamatoya's, Etc.
Jewelry, Sweaters, Silk Goods, Etc.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wfcolesale and Retail Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants.
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Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc.,
at the Lowest Prices.
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