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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, APRIL 21, 1S0S.
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
Sailor Yachting Hats Mrs. Hanna's.
C. I;- Wight is ill enough to b con
fined to his home.
There will be no meeting of the
Board of Health this week.
The Japanese- Methodist congrega
tion will soon build a church here.
Skaguay has hotels with electric
light and steam heat and has a theater.
.Some marines and bluejackets of tha
U. S. Gunboat Bennington were a.horo
for drill yesterday.
Cyclomere will be opened for racing
on the evening of The 30th inst. So
says the management now.
'Miss Hckn Wilder and Mrs. J. L.
Travis left for San Francisco on the
bark R. I Ilithet yesterday.
Mrs. M. X. Saunders lias gone to
Waikiki to spend a few days with Mrs.
Angus at the Lewers home.
Mrs. Wrn. Haywood will go to Wash
ington on a visit to her friends and
relatives som time next month.
A number of crieke.ters were at prac
tice on the grounds of British Com
missioner Kenny yesterday afternoon,
Major McCarthy will drill tomorrow
evening the four companies of the
Second Battalion, First Regiment, N.
G. H.
W. R. Sims is at his desk in the
offices of the Wilder S. S. Company
again after an illness cf a couple of
weeks.
The clerks in the Deputy Marshal's
office were all smiling yesterday. A
new typewriter has been purchased for
tneSr use.
Elsie 'Adair promises to give at the
Opera House on Saturday evening tha
lest "one man show" ever presented
in Honolulu.
Mr. P. F. Ryan has received a num
her of Skaguay and Jeneau newspapers
from friends who are following the
golden trail.
Jock McGuire and Henry Vierra
will appear in an Irish sketch with
rcisie, Adair at the Opera House on
Saturday evening.
Officer Rickard of the regular police
force was put on the bicycle patrol
yesterday in place. of Kaili, who is now
ill at the hospital. v
The .two companies ot the Xational
Guard at the barracks were inspected
yesterday .by the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, accompanied by Colonel
FisJher.
:Miss M. E. Killean advertises her
store as "Fashion's Mirror," where
a lady may look and see reflected the
newest styles of the great centers of
fashion.
The Government band played at thl
Executive Building grounds yesterday
afternoon and will give a concert for
the Queen Emma Hall kindergartena
this morning.
The Bennington is not to leave soon
under "sealed orders" or under any
other orders. There are no new in
structions from Washington concern
ing the gunboat.
J. J. Egan quotes prices en various
lines to show that he means business!
and wishes to rush the renovation
sale. The men folks as well as the
ladies will l? interested in tlhese offers.
Go to Mrs. Dickson's at the Woman's
Exchange and :have your hair nicely
cleaned and dressed, your manicuring
done or switches nicely cleaned See
advertisement for further particulars.
Capt. Ed. Ilingley, of the Lucas.
Mill, is still confined to his home with
a sprained ankle and other injurieg
received in a collision with a horse
men, Captain Ilingley being aboard
ihis wheel.
Detective Kaapa arrested Ah Man
yesterday on the charge of having che
fa tickets m possession. .An Man is
suspected of running a bank. The
casa will come,up in .the Police Court
this nvcrning.
Several Portuguese families left for
the Coast by the S. S. Zealandia. A
couple of the men said they were go
ing to the (Klondike. The Timor Per
tuguese exodus will set in now in
about three months.
P. J. Voeller & Co. plead guilty to
the dharge of being accommodating
and "not guilty" to being high priced.
For one week they will sell two-pound
cans of broiled mackerel soused or in
tomato sauce at 2r cents per can.
Kamoa, called "Chicken" by his
white friends, was arrested yesterday
under the vagrancy act. He is charged
with being on the premises of another
without lawful excuse. Kamoa is an
old hula dancer, well known about
town.
The members and friends of the Ki
lohana Art League are looking foward
to the entertainment, this evening.
Mrs. Woodward. Mrs. Cooper, Profes
sor Yarndley. Miss Ciymer. Miss
Hyde, iMrs. Ewing. Miss Hopper, and
ethers will take part.
The case of the Portuguese and na
tive arrested recently on the charge
cf practicing medicine without a li
cense will come up in the Police Court
this morning. Some startling develop
ments are expected, particularly in the
case of the Portuguese.
Today at 10 o'clock a. m., J. F. 'Mor
gan will sell at public auction, at. the
residence of H. H. Williams. King
street, the household furniture consist
ing of parlor, bedroom and dining
room furniture, portierres. mirrors,
kitchen furniture and utensils.
In pursuance of an order of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit,
J. F. (Morgan will se'.l at public auc
tion at his salesrooms. Queen street,
no next Tuesday, the 20th at 12 noon,
property situated at Kamakela. Hono
lulu, known as let 3. containing
dwelling with parlor, dining room
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, etc.
"Heah 'Tisr
What? SEMOLA.
Where? At all the Grocers.
Came by the Zealandia.
June Weddings.
Following are some of the weddings
that will take place in June:
Miss Rita Schmidt to Mr. Edwin
Paris.
Miss Be mice iou::g to .Mr. von
ilamm.
.Miss Mabel orenson to Mr. McLane
of Hamoa plantation.
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Diamond Heap,
April 17
Weather, clear; wind, light N. E
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MORE NEW GOODS.
The Very Latest Novel
ties.
Another new let of
PRETTY ORGANDIES AND MUS
LIXS, PLAITED AND SHIRR
ED CHIFFONS
in different colors.
NOVELTIES IN PARASOLS.
JEWELED BELTS AND BELT
BUCKLES.
A new assortment of
FANCY NECK RIBBONS,
j Our assortment of
! LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
is most complete, all sizes, a.ll colors
and latest patterns.
SOMETHING NEW IN NECKWEAR
Also new band bars, and the latest
Shirt Waist Scarfs.
PLAIN NET, AND POINT DE SPRIT
FOOTING.
CHIFFON EMBROIDERED YEILS.
A fine line of
CHILDREN'S SUN AND POTE
BONNETS.
Infants Lace and Silk Bonnets.
Ladies are cordially invited to in
spect our stock, without feeling obliged
to buy.
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Limited.
520 FORT STREET. :
HONOLULU.
JAS. F. MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
Telephone 74.
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HEN. ESTATE
FOR SALE,
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toes of Stock
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
TODAY.
At any tim.e you may happen to be
In the neighborhood of our handsome
Store, and yet our clerks to show you our
Pretty apartment of novelties in foot covering.
Don't tired Shoes just now ? Perhaps
Xot, but yon will need them later on
And ue leant to supply them. Our
Prices are not "Less than cost of
Making," but they are fixed to allow
The smallest consistent margin.
The
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many people consider it.
It is infinitely better for 5
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pores aner a aav wheel- s
ing or traveling.
All soap is not good J
for the skin. For in-
stance, common laundry
soap would ruin a com- J
plexion. Use only the j
purest of soap for face x
and hands. A trial of
Curative Skin Soap J
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the face and hands soft
and clean. It stands the
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All the ffoods are going at reduced
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KING & FORT. "2
prices. We quote the few above
show that we mean business.
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FOUT STEEET.
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Shares Inter-Island S. H
Company.
Shares Oahn Sugar
assessable.
Shares Oahn Sugar
paid up.
Shares Kahuku Sugar Co.
Co.
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ART IN PRINTING.
There are probably a good many
people in town who are not 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 has grown to such an ex
tent that we ifcave been forced to
larger quarters, which we now occupy
at No. 113 B, Republic Avenue, ad
joining our place of business, "The
Republic" Building, King Street.
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A consignment of fine olive oil im
ported direct from Luca, Italy, in gal
lon, half or quarter gallon tins; also
New Zealand onions, wholesale, or re
tail, for sale by D. G. Camarinos, Cali
fornia Fruit Market, King street.
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 Xew
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.
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Goodrich Single Tube,
Hartford Single Tube,
Morgan 8c Wright Double Tube.
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Goodrich Double Tube,
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Duniop Detachable.
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RENTING AND REPAIRING.
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SPECIALS For The Third Week
Of The Renovation Sale:
SPECIAL LINE OF FINE FRENCH
ORGANDIES.
5 yds. $1.00.
EXTRA QUALITY MUSLIN
12Y2 cts. per yard.
NEW DESIGN DIMITIES
10 cts. and 12 -cts. per yard.
WHITE COTTON (36 in. wide)
18 yards for $1.00.
BEST QUALITY FLANNELETTES
10 yards $1.00. '
GENT'S BLACK SOCKS,
10 cts. and upwards.
GENT'S COLLARS (good quality)
10 cts. each.
GEOT'S NECKTIES 10 CTS.
Reduced from 25 cts. and 35 cts.
It will be worth your while to" look
at t'he line of
GENT'S UNDERSHIRTS,
25 cts. and 35 cts.
EXTRA. VALUE UNDERSHIRTS
45 cts., a. grand bargain.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN LADIES
SCARFS AND JEWEL BELTS.
LATEST SILK WAIST PATTERNS
At extremely low prices.
Up 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.
The custom tailor
decries "ready-made"
clothes without distinction.
Same goods, same style,
same make.
Verdict favors your
common sense.
(Limited.)
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9 Hotel Street
Waverley Block.
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gents 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.
.Meals at all hours. Queen Hotel,
Telephone 809; Eagle House, Telephone
807.
Hotel busses meet every steamer.
CARL KLEMME, Manager.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. NOLTE, Prop.
MOWS n Coiissi
ferns.
DM GOODS,
HARDWARE,
"J GROCERIES.
"Dagger" Brand
Mullet.
First -Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale or Milk. Open
from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m.
K
C. Baking
Powder.
Manila
Cigars.
h. may & CO.,
iliolesflle ond Mil Grocers
:- 98 FORT STREET. -:-
Smokers Requisites a Specialty. j Telephone, 22
P. O. Box, 47(7
I8-' SnowMfcw' ',"
DISTILLED WATER
is the healthiest of all drinks; you can nialfe,
it yourself by using our
FAMILY WATER CONDENSER.
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IN OUR HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
We can show you also a line of good WATER FIL
TERS, varying in price from 1.50 to 12.50 each.
Another good thing is a
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE
with which you can cook or bake as well as with any
kind of a stove, and not get one quarter so hot over it.
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We received per Zealandia, March 19th,
the Latest in
Hotel street - Robinson Blnnk:.
P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973..
rYLISH
Golf, Stanley, Yamatoya's, Etc.
Jewelry, Sweaters, Silk Goods, Etc.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wholesale aci Retail Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants.
rganaies, i-ianneienes,
Ginghams & Crash Suitings
Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc.,
at the Lowest Prices.
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