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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, APRIL 2S, 1S9S.
V) I 1 zz: s ' LOCAL BREVITIES. i MByiLETiH. Diamond Head, April 24, 1S98. Weather, c'ear; "wind, light N. E. Big BARGAINS in TOWELS A good chance for housekeepers. 7-Special Bargains-7 Each and all are extraordinary value. Scott of Wainaku plantation, LINEN TOWELS, COTTON TOWELS, and TURKISH TOWELS. All at reduced prices. BARGAIN NO. 1 Honey-comb Towels, Go cts. a dozen. BARGAIN NO 2 Honey-comb Towels, large size, $1.15 a dozen. BARGAIN NO. 3 Cotton Damask Towels, good size, $1.23 a dozen. BARGAIN NO. 4 Turkish Towels, good size, $1.50 a dozen. BARGAIN NO. 5 Turkish Towels, flarge size, extra qual ity, $2.40 per dozen. BARGAIN NO. 6 Pure Linen Towels, large size, extra quality, $2.25 a dozen. BARGAIN NO. 7 Pure Linen Towels, extra size, drawn work, (special "bargain), $3.75 a dozen. Sale ibegins today (Monday), April 25th. PRICES FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. Books on crocheting Mrs. Haana, Regular drill of Company A tonigtit. The Central meat market carry a fulj line of sausages, fresh daily. ,1V IV .TTnll io cHll firriirincr rn o U lusine3 block for the E. O. Hall & Son corner. The German 'bakery ask you to com pare their bread with that of the other bakeries Charles Clark, attorney at law, is lo- cated at 121 Merchant street, Honolulu hall, upstairs. Look for the dappled gray horse irf the window that's Collins' place the harness maker. Lycjomeres managers are still on the hustle" in effort to open the track Saturday evening Kamehameha Lodge f Perfection will hold a regular meeting this even ing. Election, of officers. Both the Regiment and Honolulu teams are doing hard practice work for next Saturday's ball game. There was quite a movement in Pio neer Mill sugar stock yesterday. It was the leader for several hours A ibundle of manuscript has been lost on Port street, between Merchant and Hotel. Please return to this office, Mrs. Filler, whose serious illness at Pearl City -was reported a few days ago, is now almost entirely well again J. A came down on the Caludine yesterday to see his family off on the Mariposa. There is already quite a call for tickets for the Healani hop to be given on the moonlight evening of the 5th of May. The advertisement of Fred. 'Harrison which appears in another column of this issue, arrives at a very appropriate time. P. Peck of Olaa came to town yes terday to attend to matters of business He will return home on the Kinau Friday Miss McDonald's Shakespeare clas reading Othello will meet this evening at the home o 'Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Atherton. Therewill be a meeting of the Hawai ian Tennis Association tomorrow at 5 p. m., at the club house of the Pacific Tennis Club. v W. W. Dimond & Co. have a window display of the best quality machine oil which they will sell for a limited time at a very low figure. Senator NorthruD writes from iKoha- la that his health is improving right along and that ihe expects to be able to return to the capital. The I. O. O. F. anniversary celebra tion committee is preparing- many spe-t cial attractions for the outing and dance at Sans Souci on Saturday. G. Schuman carries a complete line of carriages, pihaetons, surries, cut-under and light delivery wragons, and single and double harness of all descriptions. "Dick" Davis is in town from Mahu fcona. "Dick" had little or nothing1 to say about the report that he ihad seen Spanish mackerel in the bay at Mahu kona. George Cavenaugih, sceretary of the Palama Co-operative Grocery Com pany, Ltd., publishes the list of officers who will serve during the ensuing year. "Jack" Wilson, who was big enough man in Hilo to be called colonel, has sold out everything there and will go J to Oakland and live in a mansion and travel on the ferry. An election is ordered in Company A, N. G. H., on May 14th for a commander to succeed Capt. Paul Smith, commis sion expired. Captain Smith will in all likelihood 'be reelected. Bert Willison announces tihat the cir cus will open under the biggest spread of tent ever seen on Honolulu at the Government reclamation near the fish market on Saturday next. Frank Ferreira has secured iby pur chase from F. L. Dortch a saddle ani mal said to be the finest horse now in the police service. The mount of tiha assistant hack inspector is a handsome bay five years old. In the Police Court yesterday fore noon, Yee Tin was fined $10 and cost.) for violating the rules and regulations of the Board of Health. Ah Pai waa fined $25 and costs on the charge ol having che fa tickets in possession. The annual basket picnic and ball o the I. O. O. F. will be-held at San Souci on Saturday evening, April 30th; All members and visiting brotihers with their families are cordially invited to attend. Busses will connect at the car terminus. News was received on the Claudine yesterday cf the death of Mrs. Sylvia Overend, at Honokaa, Hawaii, on the 22d inst. Deceased who was about 20 years of age was the wife of Deputy Sheriff Overend and eldest daughter of Charles Williams. Capt. J. G. Baker of the ship Kenil worth, now at Hilo, was a passenger to this port on the Caludine yesterday morning. He is here on a visit M friends and is very anxious to hear tho news in regard to war, as he is sched uled to go to New York with a full loacl cf sugar. Today at 10 o'clock a. m., at the resi dence of Mrs. W. II. Smith, 773 For street, J. F. Morgan will hold an auc tion sale of household funiture, com prising bed room and dining room sets, sofa and center rugs, rockers," B. W. ta bles, book case, oil paintings, a Hallet and Cumston piano, cooking utensils, stove, etc, Harry Reynolds, the Irish champion cyclist, was expected to arrive by the Mariposa. He did not put in an ap pearance and consequently will not ap pear at Cyclomere during the -meet to open on Saturday night. Sydney pa pers says that Reynolds is at Mel bourne, having been attracted to that place Iby the Easter week races and re maining to contest for purses and in matches. Reynolds is one of the fore most speed merchants of the day. , Drop In shortcake Semola is a blend of choice cereals; is sweet, rich, nu tritious; with the special merit that one does not tire At antime toirma hamen to he of it ' ' " L in the neighborhood of our handsome Store, and get our clerks to show you our Pretty assortment of novelties in foot covering. A situation is wanted by an experi-lp',- neefj Sj(0es : ( ? Perhaps iced accountant. J r Xot, Ivt you will need them later on And use want to supply them. Our Prices are not "Less than cost of Making," but they are fixed to allow The smallest consistent margin. Chicken soup, strawberry -H. B. enc -Miss May Damon will entertain some 40 young ladies at Moanalua this afternoon. Quotations on grain, flour and hay are still higher and speculators were talking not a little yesterday of "cor ners." The M anufactnrers' Shoe Co. FORT STREET. The Same Desire To see ourselves as others see us helps us to isee ourselves properly clothed. Some use the custom tailor others come here and rejoice in the saving. Are you one? . H When we sell you the .best bat makable for three dollars we give you all that the exclusive hatter can except his lable. Is that rworth the additional two? x vi k pi n n n vi t n t k & 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 care, however- for a dime. '1. s. Sflcns Dry ens co. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. V if V AT AT V V AT tr AT AT Ik AT AT AT AT AT A? A? AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT Af AT o JAS. F. MORGAN 5 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. FOR SALE. VLVLVi state FOR PRIVATE SALE. 1 LOT ON BERETANIA STREET, neai Thomas Square: 120 feet on Beretania street; 290 feet deep; 120 feet on Kinau street. AT AT Af AT AT AT AT A? Af A? !? I A? Af Af Af ! Af Af jAf Af AT Af Af Af on film 80. HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE SODA. Af A A A A A A "A 'A A A A A A A A A A St St J . 3 & n n jr n ft St ft St St St St St Si St FORT STREET. 19 Hotel Street Waverley Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. STREET. We Make Shirts to Order. Ell i) (Limited.) m Agents. DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, ,nl GROCERIES. SPECIALS For The Third Week Th Of The Renovation Sale: e ft. ji AND J h m ' SPECIAL LINE OF FINE FRENCH ORGANDIES. 5 yds. $1.00. EXTRA QUALITY MUSLIN 12 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. arid upwards. GENT'S COLLARS 10 cts. each. (good quality) 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 haths. Connected wTith 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 LUNCII ROOMS. Fort St, Opp. Wilder & Co., H. J. NOLTE, Prop. GENT'S JsECKTTES 10 CTS. Reduced from 25 cts. and. 35 cts. It will ibe worth your while to look at the line of GENT'S UNDERSHIRTS, 25 cts. and 35 cts. 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. itywy ft n r i - t ' -I r.-v r NIRVANA Ceylon Tea MANILA CIGARS. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. H. MAY & CO., ioleie i Rei Grocers -:- 98 FORT Telephone, 22 : : STREET. -:-: P. O. Box, 478- EXTRA 45 VALUE cts., a UNDERSHIRTS ?rand bargain. LATEST NOVELTIES IN LADIES SCARFS AND JEWEL BELTS. LATEST SILK WAIST PATTERNS At extremely low prices. All the goods are going at reduced prices. We quote the few above to show that we mean business. a . k y DISTILLED ' WATER is the healthiest of all drinks; you can make it yourself by using our FAMILY WATER CONDENSER. .FORT STREET. 2 PREMISES OF MR. C. F. WOLFE, Piikoi street, containing 1 76 100 acres: Grounds pHanted with Fruit Trees, Oranges, Limes, Peaches, Grapes, Pears, Cherries, Etc. Water laid throughout. An elegant piece of property. 1 J? AT AT V V V Shares of Stock s Palmer Single Tube, Goodrich Single Tube, Hartford Single Tube, Morgan & Wright Double Tube. IN TER-I SD AN D S. N. CO. WILDER'S S. S. CO. OAIIU PLANTATION. ART IN PRINTING. . There are probably a good 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 has grown to such, an ex tent that we ihave been forced to larger quarters, which we now occupy at No. 1133B, Republic Avenue, ad joining our place of business, "The Republic" Building, King Street. CcmiMCiol Qua 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 cf 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. AT AT AT V AT AT Ik pSStK Goodrich Double Tube, G. & J. Detachable, Duniop Detachable. o o o PEARSON & H0BR0N. 312 Fort St. Telephone 565. IiENTIXG AND REPAIRING. st st St st st st Si Si st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st st Si s: ss st st st st ss st 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. good thing is a Another 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. 'V rr '": s A A A A AAAA A A A A V A A ' A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A WW a . i-iotei street - - - Robinson Block. P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973. Z We received per Zealandia, March 19th, the Latest in All Kinds of Shirts, Neckties, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Goods, Collars and Cuffs. WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. YOUR MONEY SAVEBSr Jewelry, Sweaters, Pajamas, Underwear, Hosiery, Etc. Organdies, Flannelettes, Ginghams 8s Crash Suitings Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc., at the Lowest Prices. 6 ft O Hi Wholesale and Retail Japanese Gcods and Provision Merchants . W. SCHMIDT & SONS. 'V , lit 1 f (4iA-