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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, APRIL 23, 1S9S.
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
Dole's birthday.
D'. i n e a t. o r s M r.-.
Y. M. C.
This is President
Get your 'May
Uanna's.
Devotional IUUle class at the
A. at 5 o'clock Sunday.
The Kah will help you to be pro
perly clothed and hatted.
Cricket practice at British Commis
sioner Kenny's this aftc-rnoon
California creamery block butter, CO
cents iH-r roll, at the California Fruit
market.
Physicians ay that there are a. large
number of children ill in Honolulu
just now.
There is talk of a match race be
tween Norton's Directress and Hollin-
ger's Margaret II.
There will be another X. C. H. Regi
mental drill at League baseball
grounds on May 0.
W. H. Sairman advertises furnished
rooms and board at 2-" Punchbowl
street. White cook employed
The engagement is announced of
Mrs. Hutchinson (nee Afong) to Dr
Thompson, of the V. S. Training ship
Mohican.
A commission as .member of the Na
tional Board of Health was yesterday
sent by the President to George Water
man Smith.
.Miss lAuair and the specialty com
pany, with the non-vibrating vitascope
will be the attraction at the Opera
House this evening.
The U. S. Guniboat Bennington has
a baseball team. The nine has had
.some practice with the Regiment team
during the past week.
W'illison's circus will be here on the
27th from Hawaii and will soon open
under the biggest spread of canvas
ever seen in this country.
Miss Alice 1 Herrick of San Fran
cisco wiil visit Honolulu in May and
June and will give a course of lessons
in china painting during her stay.
Hot weather and thirst go together.
The Hobron Drug Co. suggest as a
remedy for the thirst a glass of their
tool soda with pure fruit flavors.
The Rev. Chas. tM. Hyde will ad
dress young men at the Young Men's
Christian Association 'hall, Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. All young men
invited.
L. P. Hanson idied yesterday at
about 12 noon, at Fowler's yard. The
ifuneral services will ,be held this
nvorning at 930 at the Central Union
Church parlor.
The Cabinet still has under con
sideration the mater of appointing a
District Magistrate for Hanalei, Kauaii
to fill the vacancy caused by the death
of J. AV. Dota.
The Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd.,
has just issued 'a statement snowing
an annual dividend of fifteen per cent.
It must 'be understood that this is for
all the branches.
The firm of Y. Chu Yiek & Co., im
porters of iKngl'ish, American and
Chinese dry igoods are successors to
the firm of Wing 'Hing Doy, Nuuanu
street, opposite W. AV. Ahana.
C. A. Brown was among ti'.ie people
who left for San Francisco on tha
Gaelic yesterday. He stated beforu
leaving that he would be away from
this pla'.ce for about six months.
The first notable event of next week,
aside from some promised questions in
the Legislature will be the Y. M. C. A,
anniversary entertainment and picture
sale at the hall in the '.big building.
Arthur Harrison will give prompt
and careful attention to all cemetery
work entrusted to him. Hawaiian
ston'e nronuments, carving and in
scription work, for Decoration Day.
The same theme, "Co-operation in
Christian Work," will be presented in
th'e sermons Sunday morning at Cen
tral Union, the 'Methodist and the
Christian Church on AUakea 'street.
The Social Science Association will
meet next (Monday evening with Rev.
D. P. Birnie. A. paper will be read by
President Hosmer on "Early Civiliza
tion in the Valley of the Euphrates."
Menleiros & Decker claim that their
way of doing business always satis
fies their patrons arid that the trade
is imade up of customers who have
kept coming back to t'hem year after
year.
Dr. Day, the Port 'physician, reports
that when heswent out to examine the
passengers of the Gaelic, Thursday
night he fourid that there were just a
thousand and one people on the
steamer.
E. Biestenfeld, Hawaiian consul at
Newcastle on Tyne, is dead. Advices
to this effect reached the Foreign Office
by the last mail. Mr. Biestenfeld, who
was a prominent merchant, ihad repre
sented Hawaii as a consul since 1SS2.
II. F. Wichman was among the pas
sengers for the Coast on the Gaelic
yesterday. He will be away about
two months. His objective point is
New York, but if he cannot find therii
the goods 'he wishes, he will go across
the Atlantic.
J. S. Bailey of Woven Wire fame
has purchased H. G. Wootten's interest
in the Honolulu Cyclery. Repairing in
all its branches rwill be looked after
by competent workmen. Forgings and
fittings for any bicycle now being rid
den are carried in stock or made to
order.
The customer's approval is worth
having and makes the very best sort
of advertising. The strong points on
which J. T. Waterhouse sells their
goods is that they never a'.low coer
cion and tell the facts about their
stock even if they lose a "pretty pen
ny" as in the long run they lose no
thing. Special attention is called to
the fact that the Now Zealand butter
is selling very rapidly.
Heah "Tis!"
What? SEAIOLA.
Where? At all the Grocers.
Came by the Zealandia.
Baseball at the Makiki League
trrounds at 3:00 this afternoon. The
contest will be Unions vs. Regiments
Chinese ilvave "broken into" a resi
dence district by securing lease of i
fine lot at the corner of Thurston Ave
nue and Magazine street.
Some of the Kawaiahao school girl;
gave an entertainment in the dining
room of the school last night. There
were s:me forty people present.
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Diamond Heap,
April
Weather, clear; wind, light N.
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MORE NEW GOODS.
The Very Latest Novel
ties.
Another new lot of
PRETTY ORGANDIES AND MUS
LINS, PDAITED AND SHIRR
ED CHIFFONS
in different colors.
NOVELTIES IN PARASOES.
JEWELED BEETS AND BELT
BUCKLES.
A new. assortment of
FANCY NECK RIBBONS.
Our assortment of
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
is most complete, all sizes, all colors
and latest patterns.
SOMETHING NEW IN NECKWEAR
Also new band bars, and the latesl
Shirt WTaist Scarfs.
PLAIN NET. AND POINT DE3PRIT
FOOTING.
CHIFFON EMBROIDERED VEILS.
A fine line of
CHILDREN'S SUN AND POKE
BONNETS.
Infants Lace and Silk Bonnets.
Ladies are cordially invited to in
spect our stock, without feeling 'obliged
to buy.
il. S. SOCIS Off Goods CO
520 FORT
Limited.
STREET. :
HONOLULU.
JAS. F. MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
Telephone 74.
STOCKS
FOR SALE
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Shares of
Stock
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
TODAY.
Drop
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At any time you may happen to be
In the neighborhood of our handsome
Store, and yet our clerks to show you out
Pretty assortment of novelties in foot covering.
Don't need Shoes just now ? Perhaps
Xo, but you will need them later on
And we want to supply them. Our
Prices are not "Less than cost of
Makiny," but they are fixed to allow
The smallest co)isisfcnt maryin.
The
Manufacturers'
FORT STREET.
Shoe
Co.
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I HOT WEATHER
And thirst go together. A cool,
refreshing glass of our Soda, flavor
ed with the juice of ripe fruit, is a
delightful remedy. It is a wholesome
beverage, and enjoyed by adults and
children alike. We guarantee a cure
for the thirsty feeling not a perma
nent cure, however- for a dime.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE SODA. J
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FORT STREET.
STREET.
SPECIALS For The Third Week
Of The Renovation Sale:
SPECIAL LINE OF FIXE FRENCH
ORGANDIES.
5 yds. $1.00.
EXTRA QUALITY MUSLIN
12 cts. per yard.
NEW DESIGN DIMITIES
10 cts. and 12y2 cts. per yard.
WHITE COTTON (36 in. wide)
18 yards for ?1.00. .
BEST QUALITY FLANNELETTES
10 yards $1.00.
GENT'S
10
GENT'S
10
BLACK SOCKS,
cts. and upwards.
COLLARS
cts. each.
(good quality)
GEXT'S NECKTIES 10 CTS.
'Reduced from 25 cts. and 35 cts.
It will be wort'h
at the line of
your while to look
GENT'S UNDERSHIRTS,
cts. and 35 cts.
25
EXTRA
45
VALUE
cts., a
UNDERSHIRTS
bargain.
grand
LATEST NOVELTIES IN LADIES
SCARFS AND JEWEL BELTS.
LATEST
At
SILK WAIST PATTERNS
extremely low prices.
All the goods are going at reduced
prices. We quote the few above
show tliat we mean business.
to
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FORT STREET.
10
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20
25
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Shares Inter-Island S.
Company.
Shares Oahu Sugar
assessable.
Shares Oahn Sugar
paid up.
Shares Kahuku Sugar Co.
Co.,
Co.,
A consignment of fine olive oil im
ported direct from Luca, Italy, in gal
lon, half or quarter gallon tins; also
XTew Zealand onions, wholesale or re
tail, for sale by D. G. Camarinos, Cali
fornia Fruit Market, King street.
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 have been forced to
larger quarters, which we now occupy
at No. llSoC, Repiib.i'2 Avenue, ad
joining our place of business, "The
Republic" Building, King Street.
Coiou-lDl it Society 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 Iiad large ex
perience in this branch of business
In that city. Give us a trial. It will
pay you.
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Hartford Single Tube,
morgan & vvrignt Doume luce.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
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PEARSON & HOBRON.
312 Fort St. Telephone 565.
KEYTING AND REPAIRLXG.
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The Same Desire
To ste ourselves
as others
ee us
helps us to -see
ourselves pro-ptriy
clothed.
Some use the custom
tailor others come
here and rejoice in
the saving:.
Are yoti one?
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When we sell you
the bet hat
makable for
three do!ars
we give you. aK that
the exclusive
hatter can except
his lable.
Is that worth
the additional two?
9
Hotel Street
Waverley Block.
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.
.Meals at all hours. Queen Hotel,
Telephone SOD; Eagle House, Telephone
807.
Hotel busses meet every steamer.
CARL. KLB1EME, -Manager.
BEAYER 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.
(Limited.)
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Agents
DM GOODS,
HARDWARE,
"a GROCERIES.
"Dagger" Brand
Mullet.
K.
C. Baking
Powder.
Manila
Cigars
h. may & CO.,
file noil Dei Ga
-:- 9S FORT
Telephone, 22
STREET. -
: P. O. Box, 47C
DISTILLED WATER
is the heal tliiest of all drinks; you can make
it yourself by using our
FAMILY WATER CONDENSER.
IN OUR HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
We can show you also a line of good WATEK
TEKSvarying in price from 1.50 to 12.50 each.
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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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the Latest in
Hotel street - Robinson Block.
P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973.
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Golf, Stanley, Yamatoya's, Etc.
Jewelry, Sweaters, Silk Goods, Etc.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wholesale an3 Retail Jatanese Goods and Provision Merchants.
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andies, Flannelettes,
Ginghams & Crash Suitings
Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc.,
at the Lowest Prices.
W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
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