THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : IIONOLTJLU, APRIL 12 , 1S0S.
Valuable Additions to Our Immense Stock Con
stantly Arriving. Our Facilities For Pleasing-
You Always Grow Better.
Misses' Button and Lace Shoes, sizes u to 2, latest
spring shades, new coin toes. We will introduce them
Regular $3.00 value.
We are now in a position to offer some new, Nobby
Blocks for little men. A few drives in Tan say a boy's
good School Shoe for $1.50.
Money Savers In
E. J. MURPHY ani J. S. LYNCH. Managers.
The success of the first opening has more than
convinced me that the Honolulu public appreciate my
efforts to place them within the immediate sphere of the
1S98 fashions. The venture has proved an interesting
investment both from a buyer's and seller's standpoint.
Arrangements have been made whereby I will con
stantly receive all that is the latest and prettiest in Hats
and Bonnets, as well as the very latest NOVELTIES IN
THE DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT
Has been re-established under the most favorable
ALL ISLAND ORDERS
ARLINGTON BLOCK, HOTEL ST.
on't Be Like the
Mao in Arkansaw!
Who could not repair his roof when it rained,
and would not do so when it was not raining because it
did not need it.
Get your Roof, Gutters and Plumbing in shape for
the next heavy rains.
Farmers' Boilers and Extra Cast
ings for all Stoves.
75-79 KING ST.
Undertaker and Embalmer,
LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST.
Residence, KlnerSt. near Richards: Telephone S19.
KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke.
Every Style of Straw Hat Made to Order.
SILK GOODS, LACQUER WARE, CROCKERY WARE,
HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, ETC.
426-426 Fort St.
ATTENDED TO WITH
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SUGAR AND KICK.
Foreign Advices Summarized IJy
Castle & Cooke.
Honolulu, II. I., April 11. ISOS.
Dear Sir: By the arrival of the S. S.
Belgic, we are in receipt of the follow
ing San Francisco news dated up to
the 2d inst.
Centrifugals have risen to 41,: the
market continues firm and there is ev
ery prospect for an advance.
Granulated is 4. SI cents.
Beets are 91,-. per cwt.
Sugar stock has also fluctuated con
siderable; the last quotation for com
mon was S115.50.
Arrivals have been the Albert from
Honolulu, March 27th; Alice Cooke
from Honolulu, March 2Sth; Geneva
from Hilo, March 29th; Roderick Dhu
from Hilo, March 30.
Sailings have been the W. II. Dirnond
for Honolulu on the 23th ulto. (ar
rived); Kenil worth for Hilo on the
30th ulto.; Martha Davis for Honolulu
on the CO ulto.
Vessels on the berth, S. X. Castle for
Honolulu, advertised to sail on the 5th
inst.; Andrew Welch for Honolulu, ad
vertised to sail on the Cth inst.; C. D.
Bryant for Honolulu advertised to sail
on the Cth inst.; Geo. C. Perkins for
Kahului, advertised to sail on the 5th
Rice Hawaiian. There were no re
ceiptslast "spot" sold from second
hands at 5.25 net.
Very truly yours.
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.
It is reported again that T. Daniel
Frawley is to be wedded. This time
the bride to be, is an Eastern lady not
of the theater.
Harry Corson Clarke wrote from Salt
Lake to a Honolulu friend that the
comedy "Too Much Johnson" was do
ing a fine business on the road. Mr.
Clarke has not yet abandoned his pro
ject of after a time bringing a special
repertoire company to this place for a
season of two months.
Miss Blanche Bates is doing exceed
ingly well in New York City. On ac
count of the illness of Ada ReJhan, Miss
Bates has had exceptional opportun
ities and has improved them to the full.
Miss Bates' future with, the Daly com
pany is now assured.
A Narrow Escape.
The steamer Maui .had just dropped
anchor at Lahaina at 10 p. m. Satur
day and shore boats were near by anxi
to take people ashore for a little
breathing spell. A number of people
got into one of these boats and among
them was Mr. G. P. "Wilder. The waves
were high and the night a rather rough
one. As the boat was nearing shore,
the man at the helm lost control and
a wave swept the boat close to the
rocks. Mr. Wilder was dumped into
the sea, but had the presence of mind
to clamber upon the rocks. Soon a re
ceding wave carried the boat out and
shallow water was made. The passen
gers were then carried ashore by the
crew of the boat.
I Senator and J. S. McCandless, Man
ager Carter of the Molokai Ranch Com
pany, W. H. Hoogs and Earnest Ren
ken indulged in a deer hunt in the hills
near Kaunakakai last week. Renken
was the only one of the party who was
able to miss. "Kinio" McCandless bag
ged a fine buck and brought the antlers
home. Mr. Hoogs, Senator McCandless
and Mr. Carter did some effective
shooting. The Senator was so im
pressed with the appearance of harm
left on the deer ranges that he is in
favor of some indirect legislation
against the pest. Six deer were brought
here from Japan 30 years ago and from
this small beginning there are thou
sands on Molokai.
The Singing Drew.
There must have been fully a thou
sand people at the band concert in
Emma Square last evening. The square
itself was so crowded that it was diffi
cult to get about. Outside, carriages
could hardly pass. The attraction of the
evening was the most excellent singing
of John Edwards and James Shaw, who
gave a Hawaiian song and were encor
ed three times. Even then, the ap
plause continued. Miss Kanoho did
Sumner Ellis 111.
Sumner Ellis, one of the band boys
is now in the hospital, where he will
undergo another operation. On Sun
day, he was forced to cease playing in
the concert at Makee Island before its
completion. Sunday night, his sister
rowed ashore from Sumner's Island
and took out a physician. Yesterday
afternoon he was comfortable enough
to be removed to the hospital.
Miss Harriet Lewers will leave for
San Francisco on the Rio de Janeiro.
She will be away about three months,
returning at the end of that time with
her brother, William Lewers, who will
settle here in business.
NEARLY A RIOT.
Police Called to Disperse Sunday
Sunday was a great holiday for the
Portuguese and was likewise the sec
ond anniversary of the riot among the
Portuguese up at the head of Emma
street. Had it not been for the timely
appearance of the police, there would
undoubtedly have been a repetition of
the event of two years ago. The Por
tuguese were spoiling for a fight and
50 or more were wrangling when the
Officer Frank Ferreira was the first
to arrive on the scene. He got off his
horse and began cautioning the Portu
guese to cease their demonstrations
and return to their homes. Suddenly
his horse, which he had left standing
hardby, jumped and ran off. The
bridle was found to be in pieces later.
Ferreira believes this was the work of
some of the Portuguese.
For awhile, things were pretty lively.
Soon, however, the police gained the
supremacy and hostilities were at an
Louis de Jesus and Vincente Fer
nandes were arrested yesterday on a
charge of interference with the police.
J. M. Vivas has been retained to ap
pear for the defendants. The case will
probably come up for trial in the Dis
trict Court today.
A Pretty Wedding.
There was quite an attendance at St.
Andrew's Cathedral last evening, to
witness the marriage of Miss Lillian
West and L. T. Prescott. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh performed the ceremony.
The church was handsomely decorated,
and the charming bride, was in a most
attractive costume. A reception was
held after the wedding... Mr. Prescott
occupies a responsible position with
L. B. Kerr. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. West Mr. and
Mrs. Prescott will reside in Honolulu.
A number of the wheel riders started
in with training at Cyclomere yester
Your grocer does you a fa
vor by offering- you Schilling i
Best baking powder.
He saves you money and
gives you the means of making
A Schilling: & Company
The result of our stock taking has
been a surprise to us all. General
ly after going through the stock and
checking the goods large numbers
of remnants will be found which
require to be thrown upon the bar
gain counter and sacrificed. This
year we find less remnants than
ever before, which reflects great
credit upon our salesmen. Still
there are sufficient to warrant our
keeping faith with our
patrons and giving them
an opportunity to buy a
few "clean ups." There
are not so many that they
need to be enumerated. It
is of the other goods we wish to
talk, goods that are salable the
year round for their quality. It is
an art to get the proper goods suit
able for everj'body; but we have
always made it a point to keep in
touch with great Eastern and Euro
pean manufacturers who send us
everything that is crisp and new.
We wish our patrons to consider
this a storehouse, containing only
such fresh, new, well assorted and
evenly valued goods that pass strict
muster before we allow them to
pass to our customers.
We shall serve you poor
, ly enough with the best
stocks we can select with
out allowing you to be
choosers out of the bas
kets of mistakes other
people have made.
Such goods as we mention below
we feel need only to be made known
to make them salable:
Navy blue figured Duck, Figure-d
Sateens and Draperies, Fancy Silko
lines, Xavy blue figured Lawns, Dotted
Swiss in blue, pink, yellow, white and
black; Plain and figured Sateens; Cur
tain Scrim, mixed shades; Tarleton in
all shades; White Tucking and Buff
ing; Linen Crash; Large Turkish Bath
Sheets; Turkish Toweling and Blue
Serges in large variety. For the kit
chen, Shelf Oilcloth, Table Oilcloth
marbled, plain and figured. For the
men folks, Silk Alpaca Coats.
The prices of these goods are
within the reach of all, and con
sistent with the quality.
The Hawaiian News Co.
is offering a line of the latest
BASEBALL GOODS, such as
GLOVES, MASKS, BALLS
and BATS at a reduced
Copies of the SPALDING
1897 BASEBALL RULES
always on hand.
Hawaiian News Co., Ld.
i Bras: 11 .
HO HOTEL ST.
WING HING L0Y.
Imported Dry Goods!
English, American and Chinese.
A. Specialty. Low Prices to suit the times.
Come and see our new stock and store.
NUUASU STREET, NEAR HOTEL.
(Opposite W. W. Ahana.)
2?"xhis tirru was formerly known as
Shim Loy, Fort street.
Be Sure and See the Plans
Life Assurance Society
Of New York,
Before Taking Out a Policy.
E. R. ADAMS.
No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent.
J. R. Shaw, D.V.S
Office and Infirmary, - - 863 King St.
Modern and Humane Treatment.
Glioma FAT & CO.
Contractors : and : Builders,
Carpenters and Cabinet Makers.
Furniture ol all kinds constantly on
hand and mad to order.
137 Nuuanu St., cor. Kukui Lane.
IS NOT offered to the public
in competition with
It Is Absolutely
And for purity, it stands un
challenged, and is sold
at fair market rates
i i ran
Will Collect your Accounts for
you in a Prompt and Sat
FOUR ACTIVE COLLECTORS are
continually on the go, and others will
be added with the increase of business.
Returns made on all bills collected
the day after collection.
Special rates for special classes of
Ring up telephone No. 256, or call
around at 210 King street, for further
Robert Lewers. F. J. Lowrey. C. M. Cooke
LEWERS & COOKE.
Importers and Dealers In Lumber and
Building Materials. Office,
414 Fort St.
LEWIS & CO.,
si and Mi Grocers
111 FORT STREET.
Telephone, 240. : : P. O. Box, 23
Is the Drink If You Want a
E. R. ADAMS,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU IBON WORKS CO.
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS,
BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS,
And machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmithlng. Job
work executed on the shortest notice.
WING WO TAI 8c CO.
214 NUUANU STREET.
Irory, Lacquer, Silver and Crockery
Wares, Screens, Vases, Rattan
Chairs, Crepes, Silks, Cigars,
H. G. BIART.
Importer and Manufacturer of
KODAKS REPAIRED AS
GOOD AS NEW.
4044 FORT STREET.
American Livery end Boardino Slois
Cor. Merchant and Richards Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
Carriages, Surreys and Hacks at all
Fresh Whole Wheat,
In 10 an3 50 lb. Sacks.
In 10 lb. Sacks.
FEED OF ALL KINDS.
WASHINGTON FEED CO.
COR. FORT & QUEEN STS.
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