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THE TACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
P. B. L. A. meKjn night.
There was no observant of May
Day here not tven a Hock beer par
ade. Mr. K. I. SpaUin:, the new senior
jmlge at Cyclomere, makf s a model
track official.
Wm. I.arsen and a party went to
Pearl City in the Union Express Co.
launch on Sunday.
By re-quest, the great towel sale at
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods, Co., Ltd., ivill
be continued this "week.
During C. Hesse's absence from the
Islands, J. M. Dowett will act for him
under power of attorney.
There was cricket practice on Sat
urday afternoon at the home of Com
missioner Kenny in Palania.
J. J. Williams makes faultless like
nesses, unique, graceful poses and the
best possible fininshed photos.
There was a fine tinu on Friday
evening at a social at the home of
Rev. T. D. and Mrs. Garvin.
L. B. Kerr offers an entirely new line
at. goods selected from the best fac
tories in Europe- and America.
J. L. Travis has severed his connec
tion with the Star. He sailed for San
Francisco on the City of Peking.
There will be a drill of six compan
ies of the First Regiment, N. G. II.,
on Thursday evening of this week.
Allan Herbert and Dr .Walters left
for i?an Francisco on the City of Pe
king. They will be away about six
weeks.
There have been a couple of "over
the fence" incidents at the barracks
lately. One man is still 'under the
steps."
Gen. M. Churchill, who visited Ho
nolulu some time ago, is here again,
having arrived by the S. S. City of
I'eking.
The metal ceiling is now being plac
ed in the new building of the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company on
Queen street.
Clarence Macfarlane had his new
vapor launch out in the channel for
a short trial trip Saturday. She be
haved beautifully.
A drunken native was .badly bruised
alout the head yesterday by being run
down by a hack on King street. The
driver was a Pake.
For one month only C. R. Collins
will make a big cut on all horse sup
plies. In some instances the cut
amounts to fifty per cent.
H. G. Wootten gives notice, that W.
W. Chamberlain is authorized to col
lect all accounts during Mr. Wootten's
absence from the Islands.
Jas. :MrCandless writes frcm Kauna
kakai that he is making good pro
gress in sinking the first well for a
trial for artesian water at that place.
Per C. D. Bryant, J. T. Waterhouso
received a large invoice of Haviland
China in plain and fancy designs.
Some of the few sets are displayed In
the stcre window.
Circuit Court for the Iay term
opens at the Judiciary Building this
morning. The jury panel list has been
given in this paper, as well as mention
of the principal cases.
On Wednesday evening of this week
the Geo. W. De Long Post, G. A. R.,
of this city, will outline the program
for Memorial Day, May 30. There will
be elaborate observance.
It is said that W. G. Walker, who
has been quite successful as manager
of Ookala plantation, will take charge
of cane fields and mill for the new
Molokal Ranch Company.
The advertisement of "A B C," who
wishes to get into communication with
men willing to go into the service of
the United States against Spain, ap
pears again this morning.
At "midnight it was announced that
the iS. S. City of Peking could not sail
till between 4 and 5 a. m. There was
more work than exepected in discharg
ing freight and taking en coal.
Aboard the S. S. City of Peking are
a number of officers of the Japanese
Navy en route to San Francisco to
takecharge of the warship being built
for Japan by the Union Iron Works.
One man secured a -discharge from
Company F of the N. G. H., on Satur
day and left for the States by the
City of Peking to enlist in the United
States Army for the Avar with Spain.
The dancing party for this week
will be the hop at the Ilealani Boat
Club's nuarters. on the bay, on Friday
evening. The affair promises to be a
most pleasant one with a large attend
ance. C. S. Desky had as guests in his
Cyclemero pavilion, Saturday evening
a party including Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Irwin and Consul General and Mrs.
Haywood.' All enjoyed the racing very
much.
There is still much talk of two in
three heats for harness racing at Ka
piolani Park Track on Kame-hameha
Dav. The reform will be urged upon
the Jockey Club by men who are in
earnest.
Judge Carter will go to Molokai to
live. He will build a fine mansion in
the mountains where he can see Ha
waii, .Maui, Lanai and Oahu, His fam
ily will socn accompany him to the
new home.
Leslie Scott of the Custom House
returned from a most pleasant vaca
tion of a fortnight, spent in the moun
tains cn Molokai. During his stay, he
and Ernest Renken killed 00 deer, as
well as. other game.
There were rumors yesterday that
there had been negotiations in Yoko
hama for the purchase of the City of
Peking by the United States Govern
ment but the officers seemed to know
nothing at all about it.
Sunday was a busy day for the Rev.
C. E. Pearson, Methodist pastor. He
led the service in Kamehameha Chap
el at 11 in the forenoon, preached at
the Peninsula in the afternoon and
at Ewa in the evening.
Seniola is a blend of choice
cereals; is sweet, rich, nu
tritious; with the special
merit that one does not tire
of it.
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Dainty Desserts Mrs.
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Ilanna.
C. von Hamm left for a short trip
to the States on the City of I'eking.
The le gislators will resume business
this morning after a rest of several
days.
S VtWIiEilBULUTIN.
Diamond Head.
May 1.
Weather, e'ear; wind, light N. E.
BY REQUEST. OUR SPECIAL SALE
OF TOWELS WILL BE CONTIN
UED FOR ONE WEEK MORE.
Some of the lots advertised last
week were sold out. but we have added
new bargains, which are real hum
mers: ACTUALITIES, NOT ROMANCES.
BARGATN NO. 1 We still offer
Honeycomb towels for G3 cents a doz
en. BARGAIN NO. 2 Our $1.50 a dozen
Honeycomb Towels are worth $1.75 a
dozen.
BARGAIN NO. 3 Cotton Damask
Towels, good size, for $1.25, worth
$2.00 a dozen.
BARGAIN NO. 4 Bath Towels for
$1.50 a dozen, nothing to equal it.
BARGAIN NO. - 5 Bath' Towels,
large size, extra good quality, $2.40 a
dozen.
BARGAIN NO. C Sold out.
'BARGAIN NO. 7 Sold out.
BARGAIN NO S A new lot, extra
size, cotton Damask Towels, fine quali
ty, $1.00 a dozen, worth $2.00.
BARGAIN NO. 9 A new lot, pure
linen Towels, colored .borders, large
size, and extra quality for $2.90 a doz
en. -BARGAIN NO. 10 New lot, pure
linen all white Towels, extra size, ex
tra fine quality, $3.75 a dozen, worth
$5.00. This is 'a record beater.
POSITIVELY, DA ST WEEK
Housekeepers take notice!
I S. 8 OB Mt CO.
Limited.
520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU.
JAS. F. MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
Telephone 74.
STOGKS ID Bll ESTATE
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FOR SALE.
Estate
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
-IjOT ON BE RETAN I A STREET,
near Thomas Square: 120 feet
on Beretania street; 290 feet
deep; 120 feet on Kinau street.
At any time you may happen to be
hi the neighborhood of our handsonte
Star', and yet our clerks to show you our
Pretty assortment of novelties in foot coerrina.
Don't need Shoes just now? Perhaps
Xot, bvt you will wed them later on
And we want to supply them. Our
Prices are not "Less than cost of
Making" but they are fixed to allow
The smallest consistent margin.
The Manufacturers' Shoe do
FORT STREET.
-PREMISES OF aiR. C. F. WOLFE,
Piikoi street, containing 1 76
100 acres: Grounds planted
with Fruit Trees Oranges,
Limes, Peaches, Grapes, Pears,
Cherries, Etc Water laid
throughout. An elegant piece
of property.
Shares of Stock
INTER-ISDAND Sk N. CO.
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
OAHU PLANTATION.
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,
nrtA fmm n. verv small beainning a
vear ago, it has grown to such an ex
tent that we ifcave been forced to
larger quarters, which we now occupy
at No. 113VB, Republic Avenue, ad
ioininsr our nlace of business, "The
Republic" Building, King Street.
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soGieiy
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 ,had large ex-
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perience m mis uraaca oi ousmess
in that city. Give us a trial. It will
pay you.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
YOUR MONEY SAVERS.
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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. v'e guarantee a cure
for the thirsty feeling not a perma
nent cure, however- for a dime.
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FORT STREET
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.
GENT'S NECKTIES 10 CTS.
Reduced from 25 cts. and 35 cts.
It will ;be worth your while to look
at the 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.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE SODA.
All the goods are going at reduced
prices. We quote the few above to
show that we mean business.
PGAN
FORT STREET.
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Palmer Single Tube,
Goodrich Single Tube,
Hartford Single Tube,
Morgan & Wright Double Tube.
Goodrich Double Tube,
G. & J. Detachable,
Duniop Detachable.
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Notice
We will close out
all of the washable
sailor suits for children
now in stock.
Ages from 3 to 7 years.
First come has the
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312 Fort St. Telephone 565.
liENTLXG AND REPAIRING.
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Hotel Street -
P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973
Robinson Block.
All Kinds of Shirts,
Neckties,
Silk Handkerchiefs,
Silk Goods,
Collars and Cuffs.
Jewelry,
Sweaters,
Pajamas,
Underwear,
Hosiery, Etc.
Wholesale and Retail Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Llnen-Mesn
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
The Queen Hotel
AND
EAGLE HOUSE
Rath 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.
CUeals at all hours. Queen Hotel,
Telephone SOD; Eagle House, Telephone
807.
Hotel busses meet every steamer.
CARL. KLEMME, Manager.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. NOL.TE, 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.
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Nirvana Ceylon Tea.
What the Government Analyst of
Victoria says:
"Mr. C. R. IV.ackett, V. C. S..
Government Analyst.
"Laboratory: Swinton St..
"Melbourne, Sept. 21. 197.
"I have analysed the 'Nirvana Tea
and am able to affirm that it is of First
Class Quality. Rich in extract, cf pleas
ant aroma and flavour, and absolutely
pure.
"C. R. HLACKKTT,
"Analytical Chemist."
MANILACIGARS.
"Dagger" Brand
Mullet.
H. MAY & CO.,
loft id iail Grocers
-:- 98 FORT STREET. -:-
Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box, 470.
DISTILLED WATER
is the healthiest 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 WATEIl 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 witli 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
gaudies, Flannelettes,
Ginghams & Crash Suitings
Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc.,
at the Lowest Prices.
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