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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL G. 1MS.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Children's school hats Mr.-. Hanna' There will be an I. O. O. F. anniver- j sary celebration on the 2;th int. To! ay is the last day of the Spring I millinery opening at Miss Kiliean's. I The Elite Icf Cream Parlors wi;i de- i liv'r hot cross buns and niir.c? i all day Friday. Telephone 1S2. Castle fc Cooke advertise familv wa ter on ensf-rs, water filters, und thj well known b!uo flame oil stoves. A quarterly dividend i3 due an 1 pay able to the ftto-.kholders cf the Wiidoi's steamship Co. Ltd., at their oillce. All the leading vocalists of the city are being draftt-d into service for Eas ter music at the churches next Sunday. This Is Ladies Day at the courts of the Pacific Tennis Cl.ih. All lady friends are cordially invited to attend. There was no meeting of the Amer ican League last night. It is likely that an open session "will be held next week. It is probable that the. April meet ing of the Young Men's Research Club will be held on Friday evening of next week. There will be services of the Second Congregation of St. (Andrew's Cathed ral today at 12 o'clock noon and 5 o'clock. The Hawaiian News Company has on sale two songs with the loss of the U. S. S. Maine and company as the subject. Petitions asking the Legislators to grant a franchise to the Honolulu Rapid Transit Company are still in cir culation. J. F. Morgan advertises an appended list of articles to be sold tomorrow at the sale of unclaimed goods at the Cus tom House. About another Rugby football game it is rather doubtful. A number of the players wish to turn now to cricket fill next fall. United States Circuit Judge Caldwell will remain in Hawaii about two months longer. He finds the climato more than agreeable. The regular quarterly meeting of C. Brewer & Co., will be held at the office, Queen street, on Wednesday, April 13th, at 10 o'clock a. m. Ten of the most promient features cf the new number six Remington typewriters are spoken of by H. Hack feld & Co. Ltd., the agents. Dr. C. J j. Garvin has taken offices at r37 King near Punchbowl street. Of fice hours S:30 to 11 a. m.; 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone No. 44S. The charge of the Y. M. C. A. of $3!) for the use of the baseball grounds 'last Saturday afternoon, cut quite a slice out of the total of the benefit fund. V G. Irwin & Co. Ltd., agents Ycr. the Maunawili Ranch at Kailua, Oahu. are ready to supply, in quaurites to suit six months old Guatemala coffee seedlings. T. P. Severin has gone to Maui on a short business visit. Mr. iSeverin will soon be joined by his brother, a. San Francisco photographer of many years experience. Prof. A. Marques addressed the ad vanced class of the Aloha Theosophical branch last evening. There was a good attendance and much interest was .shown in the work. N The friends and admirers of John Morris, who saved the life of the Brito boy during the flocd. are wondering why this hero is still ignored in the tossing of bouquets. A number of citizens have comment ?d favorably upon R. L. Scott's sug gestion for an entertainment to make a cash offering to the families of the men lost in the (Maine disaster. In two weeks SOO toads have been sent by the Bureau of Agriculture here to citizens on other Islands. A num ber of grateful acknowledgments have been received by Mr. Marsden. At the Central Union Church prayer meeting this evening the topic will be "In the Garden The place of suffer ing." Rev. D. P. Birnie will lead. At S:30 there will be a meeting of the Sunday School teachers. The annual meeting of the Second Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathed ral for the purpose of electing wardens and other officers for the ensuing year, will take place next Tuesday evening in the Sunday school room. There will be a drill and dress parade of the First Regiment, N. G. H.. this vening. With the Government band at the head of the column, Colonel Fisher will take the command to the Makiki grounds of the baseball league. Defendants' demurrer in the case cf Victoria Ward vs. C. S. Drsky, E. Peck & Co. and others, has been overruled by Judge Perry. Defendants are given five davs in which to make other an swer and the ease is to proceed on its merits. -vj Mrs. A. L. King will receive or lers 1 at the Woman's Exchange up to Fn- j day evening for Calla lilies, carnations, j forget-me-nots, white marguerites and ; roses of numerous varieties. :V Faster Sunday, for home decorations as well j as church. j Invitations have been received its , town to the wedding of Miss Evange line K. Bertleman and Henry Clar ence Mossman. to take place at the e Mir hriil.Vsi mother. Pilaa. Kauai, on Saturday night. April ICth, j at S o'clock. j George "V. Smith, secretary of the Queen's Hospital, calls for sealed ten- j ,prs for the erection cf a nurses' cot-. tage Tenders will be received up to Mondav. April 11th, at 2 p. m. Plans and specifications at the office of the superintendent at the hospital. On account of extensive needed re pairs to his store, J. J. Egan will inaug urate a series of special sales to make room for coming improvements. He believes it better to dispose of the goodsinthis manner thantoallow them to remain and perhaps accumulate the dust and become shelf-worn during the change. Semola's 3 Ps: PANCAKES, PORRIDGE, PUDDINGS, Are Unexcelled. Regular weekly ses sion of the Board today. '6f Health at p. m. "Ruby" Dexter writes from Auckland that Captain King was looking well when seen on the steamer at that place. There will be a meeting of one of the special committees of the House thi3 afternoon, to discuss the various elec tric railway bills. HQ&.YAWtiER QULLE.TIH . Diamond Heap, April .?. Weather, hazy; wind, high N. E. 1S03. SPECIALTHIS 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 Ai exceptional low prices. A line of UP-TO-DATE SAIEOR HATS, OR GANDIES, LVWNS 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. Rememlber the Millinery Department. SOLID SILVER 1 1 AT PINS, GIVEN AWAY. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS. F. MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. 11 FOR SALE. hares of Stock FOR PRIVATE SALE. TODAY. 10 Shares Inter-Island S. Company. N. 25 Shares Oahu Sugar Co., assessable. Shares Oahu Sugar Co., 20 paid up. -25 Shares Kahuku Sugar Co. ase Ball SuppliesI ! Complete line just received, lower than ever. Prices TENNIS G00D5. "1S98" BALLS. Rackets, Nets, Etc. Complete lme direct from Wright & Ditson. Prices on Bails, greatly reduced. Sporting Good s Of every description, line of See our new HAMMOCKS We will save you money. Wall, Nichols Co. I. I Ml Off GOQQS GO l A Dm At an if tunc you may J a open to he la the neighborhood of our handsome Store, and get our clerks to shoic you our Pretty assortment of novelties in foot covering. Don't )ued Shoes ja -t note ? Perhaps Xoiy but you triil need them later on And uant to supply them. Our rrices are not "Less than cost of Making," hut they are fixed to allow The )nallest consistent margin. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co. FORT STREET. AT r AT Jf W AT AT ft? r JkT AT AT AT AT AT A? AT A? AT AT AT AT AT AT AT As AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT A? AT A? AT AT AT A? AT A? AT AT AT AT U A? X U A. A? AT A? A? A. AT AT AT AT A? ss . st ss ss st st st st st st ss ss ss st s ss ss .1 n & & n n s ss p u Soap is not the enemy to the complexion which many people consider it. It is infinitely better for the skin than the dirt which will collect in the pores after a day wheel ing or traveling. All soap is not good for the skin. For in stance, common laundry soap would ruin a com plexion. Use only the purest of soap for face and hands. A trial of Curative Skin Soap 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. & st S5 Si Si ss sn Si Si ss i if 11 ho I KING & FORT. ss '4 it '4 ' ' a s yt 4 1A A & h . n . t t. k Af AT AT Af A? A? i a n k h n n k AT AT A? A? A? AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT t AT a? AT V AT j 6DD1 000 1898 RACKETS. 1898 BALLS. NETS, ETC. The Very Best Made, And No Old Stock. OOO AT AT AT V j; ar AT A AT AT pearson FIRST-CLASS DENTING AND REPAIRING DEPARTMENT. 312 Fort Street. U it 3 ' 'A ' "4 U U V mA U U 3 il Hotel street - P.O. Box 215. TYL mSk iSH Golf, Stanley, Yamatoya's, Etc. Jewelry, Sweaters, Silk Goods, Etc. Etc., YAcs, Etc. Wholesale and Retail Japanese Coeds and Provision Merchants. In SPECIAL SALES! SPECIAL SALES are becom ing such an every day oc currence, that there must be some inducement extraordiin aiT to make people take to them with an- belief. A bright store makes bright goods, bright clerks and' bright patrons, and for some time past this store has required some very extensive repairs. This season of the year, Spring time, is the best of any. For that reason I will inaugurate a series of SPECIAL SALES. This week we -will offer you LACES I LACES I PLAIN III FANCY RIBBONS. in all the latest styles and at prices that will ma.ke you open your pocket-book. Children's French Caps and Bonnets "Are the very 'latest things for Easter. These also sell under the same conditions as the ribbons and laces. You can make no mistake by investigating the goods and prices at. these sales. FORT STREET. h n k k k h j v, . . k hkkkkk St St St sc ss St ss ss SI St ss ss St ss ss St ss St St St ss St s ss ss St ss & mm tt Si St Si ss Si ss & St SJ s St St Telephone 555. ss VJ U & U U "i 'A U U '4 U 5 'o 'A 4 U 'A Robinson Block. Telephone 973. T7 IS? IS p a 9. a a A ji. j. tL B til S i Mm 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 felling easr 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 prices. 9 Hotel Street "Waverley Block. Agents for Dr. Deiniel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Malie Shirts to Grder. The Queen Hotel With its largo and well ventilated rooms, hof and cold baths and excel lent table ..nd attendances run in con junction wit a the favorite EAGLE HOUSE Both situated on Nuuanu Avenue, offer special advantages to tourists ond 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. CONTK ACTOR AND BUILDKK. Cabinet Making and Vaulting. Fort St. 0 D I STILLED WATER is the healthiest of all drinks; you can make it yourself bv usiii our FAMILY WATER CONDENSER. ;'y t IN OUR HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT We can show vou also a line of tool WAT IS 1 1 IT L TI"KS7 varyini; in price from 1.30 to 12.50 each. Another i;ool tiling is a BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE with which vou can cook or bake as well as with anv kind of a stove, and not et one quarter so hot over it. III!M We received per Zealandia, March 19th, the Latest in Tganaies, Manneienes, innr 9 ?lilMHHSiI5 Ct Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc., at the Lowest Prices. I. W. SCHMIDT . I. DflM I rv (Limited.) in 1U1 Wi GOODS, 1ARDWARE, Sfid GROCERIES. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. K. C. Baking Powder. Manila Cigars. H. may & CO.. ieleale uiifi Mil Grocers -:- 9S FORT STREET. - Telephone, 22 : : : P. O: Box, 470. ZteJ '.'i.'AY ri." - 1 4 Ufibil 5U1U11US 4- '4 o 0NS. Merchants Coin AGENTS i