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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 11, 1S9S.
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LIFE AND
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AGENTS FOR
OF BOSTON.
nsuronce Co
H fife insurance Corapony
OF HARTFORD.
i CO., I'D.
Queen Street, : : Honolulu, II. I.
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono-
isea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, Wailuku Sugar Company,
Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Su
gar Company, Haleakala Ilanch Com
pany, Kapapala Ranch.
Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets,
Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos
ton Packets.
Aent3 Boston Board of Underwrit
ers. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
Honolulu,
April 7th, 1898.
After the continuous storms
and the copious rains the
sunshine and the balmy
trade winds have come, and
with them luxuriant vegeta
tion, including the crop of
grass on your lawn and the
weeds in your garden.
You need
LIST OF OFFICERS:
P. C. Jones, President; George II.
obertson. Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
lAllen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, II. Water
ionse, G. R. Carter, Directors.
nsurance Office,
A GRAND CONCERT
Success of the Benefit En-
tertainment Unqualified.
AT MR. KENNY'S.
Music for Native Church Funds.
A Large Audience Every Num
ber Was Pleasing to All.
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LONDON.
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The largest and oldest
purely Fire Insurance Com
pany in the World.
Capital ::::::: $12,000,000.
Net Surplus :::::: S,ooo,oco.
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See
the display in our big
window.
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BISHOP & CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
LIMITED.
717m. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claii3 Spreckels Vice-President
iW. M. Giffard. Secretary and Treasurer
Tfceo. C. Porter..... Auditor
SUGAR FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION AGENTS
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Company
Of San Francisco, CaL
VOW HOLT BLOCK.
1 Mil Ml B
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LIMITED.
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital " 7,500,000
Reserve Fund M 5.464,000
SPBKCKICL8.
WM G. IBWIN
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO,
Bankers,
HONOLULU - - - H.I.
2U Francisco agents The Nevada Ban
of San Franctsco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
flan Francisco The Nevada Bank of San
Francisco.
London-The Union Bank of London (Ltd.).
ifew York American Exchange National
Bank.
daiousro Merchants National Bank.
Parts Com ptoir National d'Escompte de
Paris.
3terUn Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong and
Shanghai Baukine Corporation.
JSevr Zealand and Australia Bank Of
2Jew Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of Brit
ish North America.
insQCia General Bankina 5 Excnange Business
Deposits Received. Loans made on Approved
Security. Commercial and Traveler,' Credits
Jostled. Bills of Exchange Bought and Sold.
CoHectloneClPromptly Accounted For
ZWhen other hoofs and other shoea
Have not been faring well,
.And by the language that you us
Ita plain there's been a Bell.
In sach a scene, we
Ask you not to worry,
But remember the KING STREET
SHOEING SHOP OF T. B. MURRAY
Htrj mule or horse shoe we put
en 13 In Iteslf a perfect gem.
To get the like, ring up or send your
critter to the shop of T. B. M.
We employ first class mechamlca
"Prices to suit the times."
Telephone 592.
HUSTACE & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Wood and Coal
ALSO
White and Black Sand
Tvh!ch we will sell at the very lowest
market rates.
Telephone No. 414.
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES:
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong.
Transacts a General Banking and
Exchange Business.
Agency Yokohama Specie Bank:
New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. I.
THE CLUB STABLES
(Limited)
Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477.
Livery
Board
soles
S1QDI6S
Even the most sanguine did not. be
lieve that there would be as large a
crowd present at the Opera House as
there was in attendance upon the grand
concert for the benefit of the Kalihi
and Moanalua churches on Saturday
night. At 8 o'clock, there was hardly
a seat left. The box on the right hand
side was occupied by Princess Kaiu-
lani and party and the one opposite by
Mrs. 8. B. Dole and party. The box
above Princess Kaiulani's was reserved
for the performers. Large delegations
of both the Kawaiahao Seminary and
Kamehanieha school girls, all dressed
in spotless white, were present in the
audience.
The program opened with an over
ture by the band. Next came a chorus
by the Kamehameha Glee Club and
then a very well done vocal duet, in
point of acting and singing, by Misses
Helen Desha and Lydia Aholo. The
audience was much disappointed when
the announcement was made that Paul
R. Isenberg was unable to sing. Wm.
! J. Coelho tooik his place. After a selec
tion hy the Kawaiahao Seminary girls,
Miss Kulamanu Ward gave her soprano
solo, entitled "Sancta Maria," with vio
lin obligato by Mrs. C. B. Cooper and
piano accompaniment by Miss Patch,
Miss Ward responded to a very hearty
encore and was the recipient of a
bouquet of beautiful red carnations.
The mandolin and guitar duet "II Tro
vatore" by .Messrs. Hennessey and
Jackson, was one of the very best
numbers on the program. Certainly the
young musicians nanuie tneir instru
ments in a masterly fashion. There
was immense applause when the Ka
waihaoi club sang "Lei no Kaiulani."
When the three singers appeared on
the stage, they bowed gracefully to
Princess Kaiulani, then to the audience
and began their song. They responded
to an encore.
After a short intermission came the
second part beginning with another
overture by the band. Four native
singers presented a solo and chorus
and were called hack twice. CUiss Ka-
maiopili and John Bright sang a tle-
ightful duet in English and then res
ponded to an encore with a Hawaiian
selection. The .Kawaiahao Seminary
girls gave two selections after which
Jas. W. L. McGuire sang a solo. He
responded to an encore, bringing three
native singers along with him to join
in the chorus. A selection by the Ka
mehameha girls was heartily encored.
They responded by singing "The Owl
and the Pussy Cat," at the end of this,
they joined hands and with the words
'They danced by the 'light of the moon
rippled gracefull3r across and back on
the stage. This last touch took so well
hat the girls were encored again.
Miss Rosina 'Shaw's solos were much
enjoyed. The quality of Miss Shaw's
voice is most sweet and she has a
simple way of singing that at ence
captures her audience. Then too her
enunciation is clear which is a most
satisfactory point. Another m'andolin
and guitar selection by JMessrs. Hen
nessey and Jackson, a selection by the
Kawaihau club, "Hawaii Ponoi," and
he concert was at an end.
It is estimated that close upon 900
people were present at the concert so
hat the receipts for the two churches
witt be between ?i00 and $buu.
PROMPT SERVICE. STYLISH TUR
OUTS, SAFE DRIVERS.
We are especially equipped to cater
to your trade. Fair dealing and good
service is what we depend upon to get
it
Drs. Rowat and Karr are always In
attendance at the Stables.
Hack Stand Telrephone, No. 319.
Hacks Nos. 45, 62, 63, 65, 70, 73, 97.
C. H. BELLINA, Manager.
The Jolly Crickctors Have a Fine
Practice .Meet.
In response to the invitation ol Brit
ish CommiioiHT and Consul General
Kenny, the following gentlcm?:i met
at Mr. Kenny's home at Palama last
Saturday afternoon: Dr. 11. V. Mur
ray, Judge Stanley, Rev. J. F. Lane, H.
L. Herbert, A. Sr. M. Mackintosh, R. A.
Jordan, Chris Willis, J. Harvey, A.
Piianaia, J. Catton and Viggo Jacobsen.
A very good and level pitch had been
prepared on the turf at the rear of the
premises, where excellent practice was
indulged in upon a single wicket with
netting, each player being given ex
actly seven minutes batting exercise.
All were most enthusiastic, some in
good form, and even Barrett, the half
white retainer of the late Mr. Hawes,
now in the service of his successor, was
given his turn and showed that he had
"caught on" to a trick or two.
A very sociable and pleasant time
was had and after play, tea and other
liquid refreshments with a light colla
tion, was served "al fresco." The Com
missioner extended another general in
vitation for Wednesday afternoon next,
and everybody came away voting him
a most delightful and genial host.
Mr. Kenny deserves the warmest
thanks of the club members for his
liberality in furnishing them with so
good a practice ground, the more that
they are now threatened with the loss
of the further use of the old baseball
grounds. This sport is dear to the
heart of the Anglo-Saxon in general
and to that of the Britisher in parti
cular, and while such friends remain,
it will not be allowed to die out.
"A word to the wise is sufficient" and
a word from the wise should be suffi
cient, but you ask, who are the wise?
Those who know. The oft repeated ex
perience of trustworthy persons may
be taken for knowledge. Mr. W. M.
Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy gives better satisfaction than any
other in the market. He has been in
the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for
12years;has sold hundreds of bottles of
this remedy and nearly all other cough
medicines manufactured, which shows
conclusively that Chamberlain's is the
most satisfactory to the people, and la
the best. For sale by all druggists and
dealers. Benson, Smith & Company,
Limited, wholesale agents for Hawai
ian Islands.
Silk
Kimonos,
ALL
PATTERNS
AT
REDUCED
PRICES.
WAVEULEY BLOCK,
HOTEL ST.
.Masonic Condolence.
A committee of Hawaiian Lodge, Xo.
21, F. & A. M., consisting of Messrs.
Archibald Gilfillan, E. I. Spalding and
J. M. Oat, has drafted a letter of con
dolence to the widow of the late T. C.
orter, who held the highest office in
the gift of the order, paying tribute to
the sterling qualities of their late
brother Mason, and expressing in feel
ing and eloquent terms, their sorrow at
his loss.
Viggo Jacobsen has prepared a beau
tifully engrossed copy of the letter, sur
rounded by a very chaste and effective
border in black and white of a conven
tional lily design. The Masonic sym
bolic sign and the inverted torch, with
the flames ascending emblem of death
and resurrection have not been forgotten.
The Next Regatta.
The next boat races will be on July
4th. There will be at least two clubs,
the Myrtles and Healanis, entered in
these. The Leilanis may come in, but
that is doubtful. There will be a six
oared sliding seat and a four-oared
shell race. The boys are already get
ting; in trim.
Of course the Myrtles will not row in
their new shell. It is of a class su
perior to any here and would not be
allowed. However, there is something
besides this to stop its use. The clubs
have an agreement for two years yet,
to row in none but their Australian
made boats.
TALK
IS
CHEAP I
We don't care to
waste words on
our sumners for
Men and Bovs.
They are right in
style, price and de--s
sign. Come to the ---
store the goods will speak for themselves.
Medeiros & Decker,
THE HOTEL STREET TAILORS.
Waver ley Block.
THE B0LTLESS
"Sylph" Cycle
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TO BE
DRESSED
IN SEASON.
Easter the season of new fashions. The time when
everyone is arrayed in new clothes; the occasion when
all wish to appear up-to-date and with the times. Be
dressed, look as well as your neighbor. Kemember that
your shoes play a prominent part in your make-up; don't
hesitate, ask us to assist you and you will be in the
swim. Prepare to look stylish, we will help von.
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
Island Orders Solicited. 205 Hotel St., Arlington Block.
Opp. Elite Ice Cream Parlors
, n k k n k vs. t h n
SHOPPING NEWS
Is any news that is dear to the heart of every
woman and man nowadays. Men are begin
ning to find out that it pays them to read our
advertisements just as much as it does their
mothers and sisters. This week we offer you a
handsome line of
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes.
ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Hose.
IN BLACK; TAN AND WHITE.
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There may be better goods than these in
town, but not at the prices. Why experiment?
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fort St. M. G. SILVA, 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 I 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.
Spring
Is
the
Time
To buy Harness.
has become settled
Now the weather
YOU HAD BETTER HAVE
.......... A NEW HARNESS.
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By all means take a trip here we're a little
ways from the shopping center but every step
in this direction may mean dollars saved and
satisfaction acquired. The very best line of
Ilarness no matter whether it be a light trap
or surrey set. or an elegant Coupe Ilarness
we are sure to have what you want and at a
price you'd like to pay.
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Honolulu Bicycle Co.
Telephone OC'J, 409 Fort St.
TELEPHONE 662.
P. O. BOX 496.
King St., near Kuuanu St., Honolulu.
And Qt Hilo, Howa s 3.
THE ABVEWIS
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