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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, April 12, 1898, Image 5

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C. D. CHASE.
Real Estate Agent
ANI
Notary Public.
407 Tort Htn-H.
T'l'jh';n iv. $.
FOR RENT.
LAUGH KTOHKH In Uio rxw Him-rk-;ls
Ulork on Nuunnti Btrfct. I "or
trru8 apply.
Nicely FurnlHlKMl Cott.-ir.o. Nuuaini Val
loy, containing I'arlor, DInInK
Itoom, 2 lUd KoorriH, Hath, ttr
xantH" quartern. Will mnt th
abov for 0 ninnMir to a l--Irabk;
tenant.
MAGNIFICENT UUILIMNG LOT
on Punchbowl bIojio, coinmandlnR an
unob3tructl vlow of tho aea from
Barber'a Point to Diamond Head.
Several laro trees on tho property
and plenty of water. Lot has a front
age of 2f0 foot on Orecn street, 1C1
feet on llackfeld Rtrcet, and 205 feet
on Spencer avenue. Three minutes'
walk from tram car. Terms easy.
LOT ON LUNA LI LO STREET, hav
ing frontage of ICO feet. Two minutes'
walk from car.
LOT ON LUNA LI LO STREET, hav
ing a frontage of 115 feet. Two min
utes' walk from car.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
C. D. CHASE.
Real Estate Agent and
Notary Public.
407 Fort Street. Telephone 184.
FOR HATCHING.
From the following PURE-BRED
Fowls of the choicest strains at my
Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Buff
Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White
Leghorns, Black Minorcas, Andalusi
an. Barred Plymouth Rocks, "Wyan
dottes and English S. G. Dorkings,
Perkin Duck3 and Bronze Turkeys.
Prices furnished upon application.
Favors from the other Islands will re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
A few choice Fowl3 for sale.
WALTER C. WEEDON,
314 Fort St., Honolulu.
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FINE ART SCREENS,
SILKS AND SILK GOODS,
PORCELAIN WARE,
LACQUER WARE,
HANDSOME KIMONOS,
PAJAMAS, RUGS, ETC.
ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS.
Don't buy until you have seen our
stock. The Goods and Prices
will Suit you.
M U RATA & CO
Hotel St., Ook. Ni.taxc.
ALL KINDS OF HATS.
BRANCH HAT STORE, Nuuanu St.
Telephone, 938.
P. O. Box 206.
Parisian Optician
If your eyes are beginning to trouble
nnd annoy you, if you suspect they
need attention, I will examino them
freo of charge. If you need glasses I
will tell you so frankly. If you do not
I will tell you so Just as frankly.
Sight restored to all by
S. E. LUCAS,
OFFICE: Love Building, Fort Street.
Mules!
Horses!
ese Novels!
A largo shipment .irrlvtul by the
barkuitlno Y II. Dlmoml. They are
in good condition and will h sold tM
favorable terms. Apply at
CLUB STABLES.
FORT STltFirr. HONOLULU.
CAP I . AIIl.IiON A f A I N .
r.mp)iiicK tl'- Value to CnitcU
Mute of ,Mkl'Occiin IlmhotH.
f'.ipt.'tin ,.".i!i;tn Apji''';i ;it'-'Uf
xpr' '- 'l h!- vl i th- r u)J' ' t of
tiii inK, f'i I'nl'' '1 :'';it' -',. h:ir-
,va In 1b AUarit;?- )f ', ))'. in
;in t i'i i. t ion of ?j Ki'-"' ' "rn rnri
vhi h Hi- p; ';--1 ;iri,i! tbrowch th"
J thiii'i-. will brimr. H- v.-r i t -tf sb
I'.oifon lli;i!'i on tb" K'ibJ'f f'.
"It to b- v.iij,j,ou-'J tb;it th"
tlrrlriv: -v-nt: of ! l.ixt. fv wc-kft
will b;iv- plain f' our Govrn-
nirit and i- -ople ? Ik ir.inort-in' of
having ri'iifi" J;ii'b;rH outf.id- of oiir
own f o;iy.r. iin'-, w f i W h will b'lon ab
fU)lnt'y to u, and wbr'- our blH
will not. fnly le w.U nut. have faHJl
f,i for roalintj arid r -palrliu:. wifJiont.
afd,in; the eorir'rif. or j'rni innion of
any otif.
"Of then" in fh- Atlantic o'an, the
b'-nt ori w- ffu!d probably rf'ur'' 3m
St. Thouian, or, if no?. hin, tli'n
Samaria Bay. In the k,uu-au R'-jxjb-
In tb" trr-at. Pari fie. fff-nn, north
of the 'o;ua'or, fh'-r" in only on". P'-ar
Harbor, r.'-ar Honolulu. The writ'-r of
fills ha.H l'"n in ail thee three xlaee.?,
arid know; T what he in nki)K.
Certainly, no tirn- Fhould be lo.nt In h
rurlntf one harbor In the Atlantic and
one In rhe Padfle a.s Ktejipln stones on
the line of our eoant, and an places
which will be of immense value to us
In eonneHon with the Isthmian canal.
"Then next comes the canal Itself,
and we can take no wl.ser step and
make no greater move than In forming
some company which will put Itself in
touch with the present Panama Canal
Company, and arrange to have the
work completed and the canal open for
commerce In a few yearn.
"Then there is the question of dry
docks, large enough for the greatest
vessels of today. We need several of
them on our Atlantic, pacific and Gulf
coast, and also at Pearl Harbor, and
whichever other one we may own near
the Atlantic end of the canal.
"NATHAN APPLET ON.
"Boston, March 11, 1898."
THE WAR IS OVER.
For the Time UeiriR the Biff Hat
Has IJeen Overthrown.
According to Harper's Weekly, the
war against the big theater hat has
ended, at least, for the time, in the
overthrow of the hat. In some "West
ern cities, notably in San Francisco, the
city council has passed an. ordinance
empowering the managers of theaters
to expel ladies whose headgear impedes
the view of spectators. Fortified by this
law, ushers politely invite wearers of
offending hats to remove them or call
at the box office to get their money
back. To stern necessity the ladies
have .succumbed, and orchestra and
dress circle, instead of presenting the
appearance of a parterre of flowers,
glowing with the gay colors of myriads
of showy birds, are now mere back3 of
heads, frowzy with disheveled hair, and
glooming the eye with dull neutral
tints. For the preparation of the female
hair for exhibition at the opera invol
ves a hair dresser and a carriage, and
forbids the use of a hat or toque until
the show is over, whereas no lady cares
to walk bareheaded through the streets
on the way to the play.
Throughout history the female head
dress has been a worry and a vexation.
Five hundred years ago, when Europe
was taking breath after the crusades,
ladies wore a. head dress which was
built up in a couple of pointed spires
an ell long, and had long, loose pieces
of crepe fastened down the back. Such
head gear enraged a pious monk named
Thomas Conecte, and he preached
against it with such fervor that hun
dreds of women threw down their head
dresses "before the pulpit and the street
boys took delight in pelting with stones
those who clung to their high hats.
But when Fraer Conecte died the high
hats came to life again, and. in the
quaint language of Monsieur Paradin,
the women who had crawled into their
holes like snails now put forth their
horns once more.
Curiosity Was Satisfied.
Oflicer Dordfeldt. one of the most
trusted and vigilant men of the Mount
ed Patrol, noticed from his route last
evening the delivery by wagon at the
Oahu railway depot of about 100 boxes.
Mr. Uordfeldt quietly set about to dis
cover the contents of the containers.
Holding his horse with or.o hand, with
the other he shook up a box in lively
style. Something gave way. for a lot
of bees came from the box and bestow
ed stings on both the officer and his
horse. Herdfeldt's face was a sight and
the horse was nervous for hours.
Taking Rest.
l 1. IVlersvm, who has had ehar.ee
of the railway freight business at the
tb pot here ver itut the tirst train was
run. Is taking u vaeatUm. Mr. IVter
son's eyesight has beeome o bad that
ho has been forced to eease work al
toKther atul nlvo all his time to efforts
at euro for the eyes. Mr. Lvdovker has
been taken from the oillees upstairs
ami placed In the freight department.
I'HOMO'I ION.
f'hu. I'. (Jiillinwor tli U MjkIc
SccomI iK-puty.
xr ;t '1 by M;i r --, ) I'.vrvu )n .i ',uv, H.-jh
".v.i-. .1 r; i, ; rj ) ;,---.' r'1;5y f'tt'-li ''fi iU
th'- :t;i;,t'nirt;'-u of fr.trl'- IVd'-ri' V.
''iiill;;;;'v."!.:... v.n f '. riili;n
v;o:)i i' M;i'ii, to yi-i on') ' y
A;t-.. 'j;i!in:7.ortb is ;i y'.iui'.
man. h r. ,- ';, ;. . prov-n hJrn-Jf worthy
Of th' '',',' to V,h''h i; b'Tf
;tk'ii:n-':, by four y-irn. of fon'i"nUou i
vfrk in )t'i 'i: d'partrn'Tif. on f.rj'" j
I-.J;in'!-'. U-. p.tart'-d an f U-rk in th'- ;
rb'-rirf'.- fiiVi' ' in .Maul ;nd th'-n ar.u
in th" '-ip;i' jfy of Ha'Aaiiari ar.d V.uk-
li-h jnt'-rpr' ' r for two f'-rrn of h
"ir' -uif. f'ou:. t th'- .-'orid ('Arr n'A.. H"
r a rn ' to Honolulu in ()'U,'r of l',ri(.
'. ;.ofo fh" I-"puty Marsha
ary of l'-f7. h- w;m made H-pu?y Mar-
fibal'rt r i' rk.
hi-'- broth' r offW-r-t and by i
lilt Ml b
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daily
v 1 1 b w .': o ro
"orri'-H in contra:;.
Marnbai lirov.n ha h;;,I the appoi
it-i
rn ri t. ,i C'hillingworlh In mind fori
Kom" tirn", but not until yesterday
forenoon wa.i it, iv-n out an official.
After Deer.
A party composed or M'-sHr?,. v. ii.
Uabbitt of I'wnahou, Charle.H Judd, G.
Fuller and W. Walker, left for Molo
kal on the Mokolii ye.-,terday after
noon. They were all dressed in hunt
ing clothes nnd carried their trus-y
rifles siting ? cross their shoulders. It
Is their intention to fro to Kaunaka
kai and from there into the moun
tains after deer. They will return on
the Mokolii Saturday morning.
Kapea, who was hanged yesterday
forenoon, had a bad dream the night
before. His vision was that an akua
showed him the scaffold in the jail
yard and the grave at Makiki cerne-
tery.
You Enjoy
a Good Meal
Only when the digestion is good.
That depends very largely on what
you eat. Bread is the most important
of food products. It is on the table
with every meal while the rest of the
bill of fare may vary. How important;
that it should be just right, sweet,;
light and nourishing. Our bread meets
all these requirements besides
sold at
all.
a price witmn tie
The GERMAN BAKERY
S-33 FORT ST.
TELEPHONE oTT.
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JORDAN'S.
I m u a
EMBROIDERIES !
EMBROIDERIES !i
For One Week.
Another Monster Reduction in
Embroideries : Embroideries,
From 5 cts. a Yard up.
El
AD
eorance l
OUHS
At accordingly low prices. In
fact prices are lower than$
ever.
Come early and get first choice.
. W; JORDAN
Our Bet Work Goes
With Every PHOTO
wo ra.iivo. nh:r..g is :
or hurried. .Ml our tasto
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inc. all our skill in rmiiCiins
js roua: to toar on
photo. AW know wo can
every
ou know you'll ay t2;o photos
wo mako of you a:v ox rollout
bocauso wo understand .ur t
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Morroco, Ca'f, Hoz-SV.in, Mcnkey,
Lizard, Pattle Sr.ake, Kangroo,
and other choice skins.
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to buy Furniture or
Draperies and look
well around. Find
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where you really can
do the best.
Go deeper than the
price. It indicates ab
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back it up.
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customer of an in
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one of the strongest
recommendations oi
this store and stock,
that once a customer
is always a customer.
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31G FORT STREET.
A SHIPIXAD OF
NITRATE OF SODA
An Excellent Fertilizer for
Rattoons and Early Cane,
And In the Dry Sea-aoa.
IdraLace orders Slled a3 recelred from
the -wliar;-
For further details address
Hawaiian Fertilizing Company
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
P. O. Bon 125. HoTaolala.
Correspondence solicited.
Mantel Clocks,
Alarm Clocks,
Hanging Clocks.
Gold and Silver Watches,
Gold and Silver Jewelry,
SILVERWARE.
SPECTACLES.
Prlces Aro P5igH-fc
Manufacturing and repairing prompt
ly done. Rap-airing Sne and complicat
ed Watches a specialtj.
lH. R. COUNTER.
507 Fort St-
ESTABLISHED IN 1533.
BISHOP & CO.
-Bankers-
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
Commercial and Travelers Letters c
principal cities
of the "world.
Regrigerated Poultry
-AND-
Fresh Salmon
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metropolitan Heat
9,1 n
Telephone 45.
NEW STORE.
Kwong Hing Chong..t.S
315 Nuuanu St.
IMPORTED DRY GOODS.
DRESSMAKING
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Conic and s-r c--.:r n-.v 5".v.X'i and
IVn't forest.
31? NUUANU S rr.EET. j
RUBBER SUPS MM 10 ORDER
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Offer for Sale:
KKH.VEI) SCGAR.S.
;PAItAn.VE PAINT CO.'S
PAI.VT OILS.
1" tf t LA V ZT. '1 Itt'i
LVDL'KLVE,
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FERTILIZERS,
H'-)'.:-. f
s-?.ir cir.i a.r. 1 r.r,r.
Oh;si: S: Go's iciicu fr
tUIzrs ar.1 f.r.:7 ?ro-".n So
Meal.
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's pa.ter.t eU3tii sftctl-vnil jf
coverts
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS,
L!nn J;2te.
CEMENT, LIME & BRICKS.
AGENTS FOR
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING OX,
BALDWIN LOC01IfTTVE WORKS,
PiilaulalhlA. Penn., U. S. J
NEVELL L"?;rv'ERSAL 1CTLL CO.
(llan. atlcnal Can Sired. JsO,
Hxr Tori. LT. H. A
N. OHLANDT & CO
Sxn Francis.:.-?, Car.
RISLON
a:;d loco if otttss
Son Fraadaco, CtL
WORKS
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A llcIel PUnt 13 nor. complete Trtii
out El-ectric Po-wer. this dispeiuixj
with small en.ztn-es.
Wtj net generate jctxt po-ysr inua
one CENTRAL Sulc;? On 5 s-ssr-
ator can. fimiih pever to jour Pzij,
j CntritiAxL3, EIratc3 Flows, Rxi
j ways and Heists; alc. tnmiAh Itil
J j and po-srsr far a radinj cd drcm 1 xm
Zy ntdle
Electric Power tein metd, iarij t&&
lahcr cd hinLn.g ccal In y-tr iId. lira
3.: ?r. and dees away with. hlsh-prtc
haT cn enjln ts
'IT
7Ther water pow?r ts aTailahl 3
ccst nothing gnerata EI-srtri
Power.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CCi5
FANT is new r-eady to I'iraiii Elsctrt
Plants and Generators c all dacrty
tirna at sh.rt n-c and also zaj ra
hand a lari stci cd V
Hers and Electrical Gccds.
Ch.
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: Lihtin and ?cw Plants; alfr.
tenticn. is givn t Hc
tnd ivrt
Wiring
"MAN. lani?r.
California fiore
MAlVllb:L Ti.vy?,
FAMILY. H AC i AiU
j. a. Mcdonald.
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