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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 2, 1S03.
JAN 1 fi . c LIFE ano FIRE im in J1UI1UU UU AGENTS FOR ta Cnnlnnrl Mutiinl lilo ln OF BOSTON. Ei fire Insurance Gompany OF HARTFORD. irci in 8 CO., 11. Queen Street. : : Honolulu. H. I. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono- mea Sugar Company, lionomu faugar Company, Wailuku Sugar Company, Waihee Sugar Company, Mauee tu- gar Company, Haleakala liancn com nanv. KanaDala Ranch. Planters' Line, San Francisco Packet?, Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line or nos- ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrlt era. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwrlters. V BAIT A Window LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jones, President; George H. Robertson. Manager: E. F. Bishop. Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. Allen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, H. water- louse, G. R. Carter, Directors. & CO., WM. G. IRWIN LIMITED. Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager Cl&us Spreckels Vice-President W. M. Giffard. Secretary and Treasurer Theo. C. Porter Auditor SUGAR FACTORS t AND COMMISSION AGENTS ' ; AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Company Of San Francisco, CaL 1 MilO Ml 11 LIMITED. cscrrihAd Cardial Yen 12.000,000 Paid Ud Capital " 7,600,000 Reserve Fund " 5,464,000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kobe. London, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Bombay, Hong Kong. TMTisata n. General Banking and Exchaneo Business. Agency Yokohama Specie Bank: New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. 1. CLAC8 SPHKCKKL8. WM G. IBWIN GLAUS liUIiLL'J U. UUij Bankers, HONOLULU - - - H.I. an Fbancisco agents The Nevada Ban or sim jrrancisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON 8an Francisco Tte Nevada Bank of Sac Francisco. , ., . New York American Exchange Nation Ban. , VXA lcllv i..v.-. w. - Toi.ia-f!nmnt(ir Natioufil d'Esconvpte 5f Paris. Ilonckoner and Yokohama Hongkong and Bbanghai Banking Corporation. 2fer Zealand and Australia Bank ol Victoria and Vancouver Bank of Brit- isb North America. Met a General Banking s Excnanas Business ixcUo Poooi evl. Tjortir made on Armroved Security. Commercial and Travelers' Credits Issued. 1 ills oi nxcmuiso xuus" "u Collections; '.Promptly Acconnted For THE 01 Will Collect your Accounts for you in a Prompt and Sat isfactory Alanner. i Vt PL Full of . flachine Oi Of the best quality, at Five Cents a two ounce bottle. One bottle to each customer. This is not our only bait. Compare our prices with oth ers for many articles. u DIHD 8 1 THE Verses Written By Rev. Bingham Years Ago. occco Everv cough makes vour threa. nr.; Meeting of Mission Children The Smaller College-Talk on the War. PEOPLE'S STORE. THE CLUB STABLES (Limited) C BELLINA, Manager. Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477. Livery, Booming ona Soles Siles. PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN OUTS. SAFE DRIVERS. We are especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and good cprvir-A la whnr. wfi denend on to set it. Dr. Rowat is always in attendance nj mn at the Stables. dnb Stables Hack Stand Cor. Union & Hotel St?. (Old Bell Tower.) CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM ED DRIVERS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES: ILVCKS AT ALL HOURS. Orders for Surreys, Wagonettes, Single or Double Teams at a moment's notice. Hacks Nos. 123, 1S3, ISO, 70, 77, SI. C. BELLINA, Mgr. Stables Tel. 477. The Cousin's Society held its regular meeting at Chief Justice Judd's on Sat urday evening, a fair number, includ ing some visitors, being in attendance. The meeting was opened with the hymn "Blest be the tie that binds," and with prayer by Rev. Mr. Leading ham. Reports of two previous meetings were then read by the secretary and approved by the society. Miss Agnes Judd favored the com pany with a pleasing vocal solo. Mrs. Coan read a poem written by her father, Rev. Hiram Bingham, on the subject "The Long Wooden Table," which was highly appreciated by the society. The poem was written in 1S2S, and described a ong dining room table used at the Mission School in early days, and often having seated round it from 40 to 50 persons. One half of the table was afterwards sent to Hilo. The poem was followed by an inter esting paper on "Reminiscences of Col lege Life at Wesleyan," by Frank C. Atherton. Mr. Atherton gave some amusing experiences of college days, described Middletown as a picturesque little city among the Connecticut hills, set forth the college buildings, touched upon the fraternity life, and closed with an argument in favor of the ad vantages of the small college over the larger institution. Dr. N. B. Emerson next read a poem on "Hawaiian Morning Glories," writ ten by Rev. James Alexander, of Ash land. The president requested that this be placed on file with the records of the society. Rev. Sereno Bishop read a well pre pared paper relating to the probable effects of a war between Spain and America. Miss'Gulick was then called upon and spoke in a very interesting man ner of the members of the Cousin's So ciety who are at- work in Japan. She gave descriptions of their homes and told of the work ,in which they are en gaged. She brought greetings from them to the society and expressed her pleasure at being present again after her long absence. The president, Mr. J. S. Emerson, followed Miss Gulick's remarks with a reference to Mr. John Gulick and the great work he is doing in Japan in the field of scientific research. Miss Hyde rendered a vocal solo in sweet tones highly enjoyed by all present. After voting to meet next month at Punahou, the society adjourned with the singing of the usual missionary irritable. Evt-rv c xr.cn membrane of vour lur.-. Aic..-e t.-::r:r. your throat and lungs in this wr.y. Put tho parts at rest and give them a change t heal. Yuu will need sume help to dj "u will find it in ecteral becin; the tickling in the throat ceases rest the spasm weakens; the cough disappears. I'o not wait fur pneumonia and consumption bj; cut short your cold without delay. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cures be?au.-? 5: heals. It goes to the very seat of trouble, quiets the infiammatiun and makes a perma nent cure, liegun in time, it is the or.o g:-cur. preventive to all serious lung troubles. Tomorrow An Uncertainty! Today we experience; Tomorrow never comes. An uncertainty is a dissatisfaction, leaving us doubt ful as to the future, thereby causing hesitancy. Do not wait. Time passing rapi'dly. Get your shoes today and you will be content. Let us fit you with a pair of shoes, then all trouble, doubt and hesi tancy vanish. Shoes of all styles and prices, at A. E. MURPHY & CO. Island Orders Solicited. 205 Hotel St., Arlington Block. Opp. Elite Ice Cream Parlors Ilwaroof rlio:ip imit;)ti"i!. Set' tha tl Aver' '.'berry ' torat. i h',v n i.. t each Bottle. "P'lt up in law ami '" rhat lakes the Man or Woman? Clothes, of course! You hadn't thought of that. Why not buy clothes that are made in the right way? We are in the business to make all persons equal as far as clothes are con cerned. Why not buy the best? Why not buy tailor-made clothes at the price of ready -ones? We can place you in the oosition to do so. WAVER LEY CLUB. Tel. 319 FOUR ACTIVE COLLECTORS art .rmtirmallv on the eo. and other will be added with the increase of business. More BeneOcial Than All the Klondike Gold. Yarranted to Cure. For Sale Only by PACHECO & FERNANDEZ. Arlington Block, Hotel St. CIIOXG- FAT & CO. Report on Concert Made to the 3Iunagin& Committee. The first meeting of the managing committee of the Waverley Club since its Easter.concert was :held on Satur day evening. The entertainment committee pre sented a partial report in reference to the concert showing the receipts to have been about $170 and the expendi tures about $100. They were granted further time to present a final report. A special vote of thanks was passed to the special enertainment committee and to the ladies a.nd gentlemen who so kindly assisted to make the concert so charming a success. Votes of thanks were also passed to W. F. Reynolds, R. J. Fenn and Mes srs. W. C. Peacock & Co. for donations of books and other articles of use to the club. A dozen or more applications for membership to be voted on at .the spe cial meeting of the club on Friday ev ening next were presented and approv ed by the enrollment committeee. Among the bills ordered paid was ono for $3S.35 for six lamps necessitated by accidents to the electric light machin ery. Five gentlemen were elected honor ary members for services rendered to the club. Medeiros 8c Decker, THE HOTEL STREET TAILORS. Waverley Block. D UN ei Q Are what business men have a right to expect from well managed legitimate en terprises. Hundreds tail where one succeeds, not from want of merit in the goods offered for sale, but because of a lack of the right kind of knowledge as to what their customers require. With me, I study the con ditions for a long time before investing my money in car riages or harness, and when at last I find what is desired I scour the. market of the United States from San Fran cisco to the Atlantic ocean, if necessary, to get good goods, made by responsible houses, at figures tnat war rant placing them before the oublic at a figure witoin rea son and still allowing me a fair margin. WA 4 U "A 't A U A A A A A "A A 'A A A A A A A A A A A W W V 1 T a ra will nnn iim t h tic d - fir a a VV 111 LC till SiJf V the battls of trade relative to high nrii-s Thp Fl vinf fniin.1rr(n nt th r - ...w - - e i vX present, is no more alert in watching their opponents than we in cutting to the quick an exhorbitant price. !t spri c weather Is with us, and with it comes the desire to put on lighter clothing, and as a consequence when "step ping out for just a minute" you forget the necessary precaution of protecting yourself against the cool evening winds result, a headache and cold. We have a handsome wind protector in &a it V Light Evening Capes. LADIES' WHITE COLLARS AND CUFFS, TIES AND CRAVATS .1 S Are some of the new novelties just received. I Temple of Fashio M. G. SILVA, Propr. A." V V The Rubber Tire Wheel Company 1 01 Sum lit lie. C i ; HiIn JATENTEF. PLANT AT THE HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE JI NUFACTURINti COMPANY, QUEEN STREET. oo o " onornic, Easy, EI-PFioion-t OOO Old Wheels Reset with Steel Channels, Rubber Tires, and Roller-Bearing Axles. WILSON & WHITEHOUSE. SOLE LICENSEES FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. " Q Cut! GIVE YOURSELF WEIGHT. . .i J - .1 IV. fVin Innranoa nf nil clnPRS I . - u::L.rr.iiT::i mwt CnntraCtOrS : and : KUllderS. Don't eive yourself away by accept- KPLlirila 1 1 1 hup Uii cii.x v- i -r " v i Be onto yourself and insist on getting Rainier" and you will be looked upon as being intelligent ana up-io-uaie, especially if you patronize the Favor ite Saloon. W. M. Cunningham, Proprieor of tbi3 well-known resort, has been In fhp business for many years, and is a unWoia r.mpcrc and npaJprQ in T.pathpr and connoisseur in liquors. His establish- pu v;A;n ment is always orusnj, duu, nu. iub ouuc riuuiuga. the, rlav after collection. Special rates for special classes oi Ring up telephone No. 256, or call around at 210 King street, for further Information. REMOVAL NOTICE. Carpenters and Cabinet Makers. Furniture of all kinds constantly on hand and made to order. 137 Nuuanu St, cor. Kukul Lane. Al. W. AlcCHESNEY & SONS. JOSE de ESPIR1T0 SANTOS Manufacturer of GUITARS, UKULELES, AND TARO PATCH FIDDLES, Has removed to King St., near Punchbowl St. Acents Honolulu Soap Works Company and Honolulu lannery. services of his assistant, Mr. Thomp- json, customers are promptly supplied. Read the (Semi-Weekly). This is the week of moonlight con- vt Via n ni-crn m p n t hnnrl flnrt the Hawaiian Gazette scaeduie is published along with the Emma Square program for tonight. At present I have a hand some line of lute Dim ips. Just the thing for Hono lulu's narrow streets. My display of double and single Surrey Harness, as weTl as other styles, 1 con sider the most complete in the city. SCHUMANN Carriage and Harness Repository Fort St., Above Club Stables. , YEE SING TAI- Hatting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and All Kinds of Furniture. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Cabinet Making and Painting. ' Fort St. For one month I propose to make a bi cut in Horse Supplies. Here is a partial list of the goods on which the cut will be made: Salt Sacks, Horse .Boots, Btts Sheets, Hoods, Scrapers, Bits, Sponges,' Brushes, Bandages, Ointment, Condition Pow ders, Embrocation. Many of thee goods are cut 50 per cent, making them lower than ever before and lower than you well be able to buy them for a month from now. C. R. COLLINS. TELEPHONE 662. P. O. BOX 496. King St., near Nunanu St., Honolulu. Ard MHo, Hawaii. n it 1 iE T7P X Tiff JLl m v Mveraser. o (Mis a mom j j J f im trw-aW.r