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4rt 'j .HMi,wiiii I THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, APRIL 11, 1S0S. a 5 f-I i i i h ' ) LOCAL BREVITIES. Sugar: I" cloi '.Examine t:u Ji T. Luna the be.-: than? 'Th"j schools , 4.;. walking hats at Mr; says his repair shop as in town. all re-open today after th week of Easier vacation. J. J. Williams does his Iksl wo:k on every photo, nothing is slighted or Slurried. At Jor.lan'.s this week the .special talo will be on embroideries and Jlouncings. The promoters of the race meeting will lose between $30 and $7.j on the enterprise. The Tram Company is giving the public tie benefit of some earlier cars on King street. It is not likely that an open meeting of League this week. On Thursday evening there wid be the American the of the season will be given las, social at Central Union Church parlors. The IvCigue baseball season for opens at the grounds in Makiki on .Saturday afternoon next. Pacific Lodge, No. 822, will hold a regular meeting this evening. Also work in the third degree. "W. L Itoweir, Superintendent 'A Public Works, asks for $0000 to re pair Hood damage on Kauai. "Jim" Quinn is by no means satisfied that Irish Lassie is a better horse than Violin and wants a return race. It is the intention of 'Minister F. M. Hatch to visit Honolulu on business so soon as he can leave Washington. Cyclomere track is now open for the use of men 'Who will enter in the com ing races. The path is in good shape. The Government band will give the usual concert at Emma Square this evening and there will be some special singing. At the home of -Mr. -and .Mrs. J. B. Atherton this evening, Miss Cera .Mc Donald will deliver a second talk on the play Othelo. W. C. Achi's spirited driving hora ran away Saturday morning and gave the Representative an exciting and dangerous ride. No new cases of measles are report ed from the U. S. Training iShip Mo hican. All the youngsters in quaran tine are doing well. The N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd., advertise figured muslin, dotted mus lins, extra width as well as an ex quisite line of new French organdies and white goods. There was a large attendance at the men's meeting at the Y. M. C. A. at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The sub ject was "Joseph" and the leader was Rev. O. P. Emerson. Work will begin this week on the canvass of names for the new Directory. None of the old lists will be used and those who make the new ones will go from house to house. Advices relating to annexation were to the effect that only the Cuban ques tion stood ahead of the joint resolu tion and that the matter was liable to be taken up at any time. Senator and J. S. McCandless have returned from Molokai and are willing to make an attempt to get artesian water on that Island. They are quite encouraged after a brief prospect. The monthly meeting of the Board of Officers of the First Regiment, N. G. H., will be held at headquarters in the Bungaknv this evening. A full at tendance is desired by Col. Fisher. Wela Ka Hao is the handsomest and fastest harness horse ever seen on the track here. It was commented tipon as being a pity that he was so con fused by his new surroundings and the applause of his admirers to win the first heat against Creole. Among the arrival's from Maui ports on the iMaui Sunday were the follow ing: F. S. Dodge, J. W. Brown, J. Greenwell. S. F. Ohillingworfch, W. II. Cornwell, Miss Cornwell. G. P. Wilder, 'Mr. and (Mrs. E. A. 'Mott-Smith, Irs. J. H. Paty and II. P. Baldwin. Brown, who was a sailor on the ves sel John Smith, is In the Queen's Hos pital, badly broken and bruised. He was hurt by the carrying away of a chain w;hile the anchor was being raised. Brown came 'here from San Francisco on the Wilder steamer Maui. A farewell evening to Miss Williams and 'Mrs. iMason and daughter will be given at Wright's Villa. All three ladies are strangers here who have much to say in favor of Honolulu. Mrs. Mason is the wife of the at one time British Consul in San Francisco, now deceased. Semola's 3 Ps: PANCAKES, PORRIDGE, PUDDINGS, Are Unexcelled. Sheriff Coney of Kauai arrived by the W. G. Hall on Sunday. Nearly all the members of the Legis- .ature were m attendance on the races Saturday. Close upon 12 noon Sunday, Detec tive Kaapa and others captured 21 Chinese gamblers in the act of playing the game of fantan. MMerBolletih. "0 Diamond Head, April 10, ISO?. Weather, clear; wind, light N. E. NEW SPRING MATERIALS. An elegant assortment at bargain prices. FIGURED ORGANDIES, LAWNS, MUSLINS, Endless Variety. Latest designs and colorings. Figured Organdies, fine quality, 0 yards for $1. Figured Muslins, elegant designs, 10 yards for $1. An exquisite line of NEW FRENCH ORGANDIES in plaids, rosebuds and stripes. WHITE DRESS GOODS. 'An immense assortment. Special Big Bargains: White Goods, neat patterns, 15 yards for $1. White Goods, exti'a quality, 12 yards for $1. Dotted Muslins, extra wide, 8 yards for $1. DRESS GINGHAMS, DRESS GINGHAMS! Extra quality, the very latest pat terns, new plaids, 10 yards for $1. Scotch Lawns, fast colors, 18 yards for $1. A fine assortment of White Piques and Linen Homespun for Skirts. Our Prices are the Lowest. Our Assortment the greatest. II. S. Ml DlJ 600dS CO. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS. F.MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. STOCKS fill B ESTATE FOR SALE. K H Shares o FOR PRIVATE SALE. i Stock Limna Square. Following is the program for the concert to be given by the Government band at Emma Square this evening at 7:30. PART I. Overture "Ivan" C j n t e r n o Paraphrase "Pen Bolt" Brode plfyrion "Jerusalem" Verdi Waikini, Akahi Hoi, Kuwiliwili. Messrs. J. Edwards and J. Shaw. PART II. -Oro 'May," "Doris," "Leonora," Miss Annie Kanohx Cornet Sole "Culvert Polka Steinhauser Mr. Charles Kreuter. 'Waltz "Wandering Minstrel" Kiesler Finale "Mount Guard"... Eilenberg Hawaii Fonoi. TODAY. Drop At an u ft Mr a on may happen to be In - he neighborhood of our handsome Store, and yd our clerics to show yon our Prdty assortment of novelties in foot cover inrj. Don't n ed Shoes just now? Perhaps Xof, but you will need them later on And we want to supply them. Our Pries are not " Less than cost of Making,' but they are jixedto allow The smallest consistent margin. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co. FORT STREET. x x X X V x r x X x X A. X AT X X X X X X AT X X X AT A X AT AT AT AT AT AT A X AT AT AT AT AT X AT AT AT A AT AT AT AT AT X X X X A. A? X X AT J AT X AT A? AT V.V.KV.KK K . K V. 9t V. 11 r. V, A II (PP IflPf 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. 4 .1 s & X X X X X X SPECIAL SALES! SPECIAL SALES are becom ing such an every day oc currence, that there must be some inducement extraordin ary to make people take to them with any belief. A bright store makes bright goods, bright clerks anl 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 ! in run in KING & FORT. X X X X AT '4 U "4 A ' ' 'A t 4 it A 'A A & in all the latest styles and at prices that will make 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. T I III FORT STREET, 10 Shares Inter-Island S. N. 25 Shares Oalm Sugar Co., assessable. 20 Shares Oabu Sugar Co. paid up. 25 Shares Kahuku Sugar Co. ALARM YESTERDAY EVENING. An alarm was given yesterday even ing at 5:13 p. m. from Fort street above the corner of Hotel. It was caused by a report being circulated that (there was going to be a drought of Rainier Beer. The Criterion saloon had more cus tomers than they could handle until C. J. McCarthy assured the people that he had an ample supply. ART IN PRINTING. There are probably a goocl many people in town who are net aware that we have one of the finest "up to date" PRINTING OFFICES in the country. It is a fact, however, and from a very small beginning a year ago, it nas grown to sucn an ex tent that we .have been forced to larger quarters, which we now occupy at No. 113'oB, Republic Avenue, ad joining our place of business, "The Republic" Building, King Street. Conieiil onfl Sscieii Piling in the latest styles. Low prices, good work and prompt service is our motto. This branch of our business is under the personal management of Mr. Geo. S. Evans recently arrived from New York city, and who has .had large ex perience in this branch of business in that city. Give us a trial. It will pay you. WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. YOUR MONEY SAVERS. lUJ f. k t 1? h pi r w vl tit &, vl v. vl r, vl vl k pl n v. v. v. r. n ft? X' x X X X X X X X 000 X X V X X X X X V X X X 1898 RACKETS. 1898 BALLS. NETS, ETC. The Very Best Made, And No Old Stock. OOO PEARSON & HOBRON FIRST-CLASS RENTING AND REPAIRING DEPARTMENT. &' X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 'A 'A UA'AU U 'A U U 'A 'A U 'A 'A 'A U VI U 'A U 'A UUUU U 'A UU'AWaUU'A 'A 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. X X X X X x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 'A Values vs. Senses. Vp to the hour We bring the fashions in youngster's fixings Hats and furnishings as well as clothes and no higher priced than the ordinary kind. t K The custom tailor decries 'ready-made" clothes without distinction. Same good-, same style, same make. Verdict favors your common sense. - -1 m, , , m M j t L 9 Hotel Street Waverley Bloek. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Make Shirts to Order. The Queen Hotel AND EAGLE HOUSE Both situated on Nuuanu Avenue, offer special advantages to tourists and others who desire first-class accom modation at a moderate tariff. Large and well ventilated rooms. Hot and cold baths. Connected with the Queen Hotel, there has recently been estab lished a first-class RESTAURANT. iMeal3 at all hours. Queen Hotel, Telephone 809; Eagle House, Telephone S07. Hotel busses meet every steamer. CARL KLEMME, .Manager. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS. Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co., H. J. NOLTE, Prop. First -Class Lunches Served With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. m (LlalteJ.) ffaciiits Hi tauu Agehis. DM GOODS, HARDWARE, GROCERIES. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. K. C. Baking Powder. Manila Cigars H. may & CO., fii hnlnrmln nnn finfnil flrrn iwmm www mm urn -:- 93 FORT STREET. -:- Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Doi, 47 DISTILLED WATER is the healthiest of all drinks; you can "make it yourself bv usin our FAMILY WATER CONDENSER. '" IN OUR HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTA1ENT We can show you also a line of -ood WATER FIL TERS, varying in price from 1.50 to 1.2.50 each. Another good thing is a BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE with which you can cook or bake as well as with anr Ms kind of a stove, and not get one quarter so hot over it :d? O-f -f O f -f 4 Hotel Street Robinson Block. P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973. TYLISH bHIRT Golf, Stanley, Yamatoya's, Etc. Jewelry, Sweaters, Silk Goods, Etc. Etc., Etc., Etc. Wholesale and Retail Japanese Goods ani Provision Merchants. We received per Zealandia, March 19th, the Latest in rgandies, Flannelettes, Ginghams & Crash Suitings Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc., at the Lowest Prices. . W. SCHMIDT & SONS. o A' c 4- f. f i f V'-'