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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 10 , 1S9S.
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
Rhfrhrt with meals today H. It.
Art of candy making Mrs. Hanna.
Court Cameos, No. 8110, A. O. F.,
meets this evening at 7:30.
A. I'- Murphy & Co. claim correct
shapes and correct prices.
No more racing at Cyclomere so far
as the hul of town boys is concerned.
A quite heavy earthquake shock was
felt a week ago last Sunday at Hono-
kaa.
The Doric sails for S;in Francisco at
2 p. m. today. Mail closes an hour
earlier.
All the boat clubs now have in train
ing crews for the expected Fourth of
July racing.
There will be a fine free horse race
at Kapiolani park track on Saturday
afternoon next.
Ilaole, a native, was arrested yester
day on the charge of assault and bat
tery on Kamawae.
T-ish inn's Mirror will receive per
Zealandia a h.indsomo line of the latest
in French pattern hats.
At Emma Square last evening Cap
tain Berger evened things up by giving
La Paloma and Columbia.
Mrs. V. M. Craham wants a good
nurse for the care of one child and
to do light house keeping.
Pearson & Hobron have just received
another large shipment of wheels at
prices ranging from $15 up.
Diamond Head Charley has promised
to sound a general alarm in case he
sights a Spanish man-of-war.
Members of the Theosophical Society
were complimented on the decorations
of Foster hall last Sunday evening.
rrn nonninctnn had her search
Fights going in very lively style last
night. This was regular practice.
It is likely that the Bennington will
today begin donning war paint in anti
cipation of being relieved by the Alert.
II. Focke is to succeed Colonel Corn
well as a member of the executive
committee of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club.
A white fleece shawl was lost at the
Healanl Boat Club dance. Finder
please return to business office of this
paper.
It is stated by men who know that
there will be plenty of notice of the
departure of the U. S. Gunboat Ben
nington. Alexander Young is financial backer
of the proposal to establish a mission
church in Olaa with Rev. C. W. Hill
in charge.
There is now employed at the Hono
lulu Iron Works the largest force the
establishment has had on the pay rolls
for several years.
Hobron Drug Co. carry a full line of
cartridge kodaks which are just half
the thickness of other cameras and are
adopted for films or plates.
The manufacture of Pumpernickel
bread at the German Bakery will be
revived. A large shipment of this
Hour has just been received.
at! Mr-Donald's Shakespeare class
of young people will meet on Thurs
day evening of this week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1J. Ainenou.
The Honolulu baseball team, is pre-
: miofo to thp Reeiments on
next Saturday afternoon the "story of
hnw it happens in a new aeai.
cood attendance for the
o:i Gr.ior.rp Association meeting at
OUtiai uviv-"vv, T
Kamehameha last evening. Rev. O. H.
Gulick's paper on Japan proved very
interesting.
The Molokai Plantation Co. shipped
by the Mokolii a large number of
mules to be used on the new planta
tion. The mules were purchased of
G. Schuman.
The Temple of Fashion offers a line
of ribbons at 5 cents the yard and
other ribbons, all widths, in striped,
plaid, grograin and watered at cost un
til closed out.
Gazette (semi-weekly) will be issued
as usual this morning for the out-going
Island and foreign mails. Copies in
wrappers at the newsdealers and pub
lication office.
t r unrnor's Weekly of April 23d,
there is an interesting illustrated arti
cle on Sarroa by William tnua-u...,
lately American Consul at Samoa and
well known here.
r Mm nnklnnd man who said
when he was here on a spree several
months ago that he was an emuew er,
has had his business tangles straigiu
oned out bv friends and relatives.
f 1" rvirif noon, at his
,niMmnm Huron street. J. F. Morgan
wilfsell at public auction, three shares
of Hawaiian Electric Co. s siock, unufa
fractional shares of the new is.sue.
fnin Rrhnpfer was re-elected
secretary of the Board of Officers of
n it Inst evening and Lieute-
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r-ctor treasurer. As the senior
Hit II L ruion'
officer present. Captain J. M. Camara.
"If nresided.
John F. Colburn is still receiving
to the building fund of
the Lrilani Boat Club. The boys hope
in a verv short time now to common,
ti,Pir nnarters. They have the site
m,vni of the Healanl house.
A splendid portrait of Miss Madge
McCandless, daughter or oeuaiui ..n,
Candless. appears in the Puritan ma
7ir,o The likeness is from a photo
graph by Davey and is a fine reproduc
tion of the beautiful and artistic St.
Cecelia pose.
A new belt plate of a design selectet
bv Col. J. H. Fisher, has been received
from the Coast and issued to officers
rtf tho National Guard or l law an
Heretofore the plate has been the same
as that used in the United States
Army. The new plate is a very neat
nffair. It has a smooth border and
an embossed background. The orna
mfint is the Hawaiian shield, sur
mounted by an eagle and a wide sun
Ki,rct The belts are much favored
"both on account of neatness and dis
Quest. If your children cry
for sweet SEMOLA would you
give them dry bread?
Ans. Not while SEMOLA is
to be had at all grocers.
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Child Run Down.
A small native child was run down
! by a Japanese hack outfit on Beretania
street yesterday forenoon. The little
one came from the Chinese Y. M. C. A.
The Japanese was rushing his horse
along. The child was struck and quite
badly bruised. Henry, messenger of
the Foreign office, carried the young
ster to Dr. Day, who dressed the
wounds and sent the child home.
The horrors of the Inquisition have been related many times, and just
now as it is brought forcibly to the mind, one wonders why so many peo
ple who condemn it are apparently willing to suffer day in and day out.
agonies born of pain, almost equalling Spanish tortures.
We speak of you who purchase shoes all too small or too ill shapen
for you. You who go to stores where the science of foot fitting has never
been known and is not being learned. We carry the finest and largest stock
in the country and understand our business.
pummam. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
SUBSTANTIAL
PROOF.
More than
one proof
of Spring's
enticing outdoor
moments.
Our counters
j strikingly illustrative.
Telling convincing
tales of correct form
in outdoor garments.
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Shirt moving time
in now.
The fancies so much in
vogue are here in exclusive
elegance. Whites, as you know
them best, are here,
all with the pleasing
i fault they fit.
Diamond Head,
.May S. 189s,
Weather, clear; vind, light N. E.
FORT STREET.
THIS WEEK.
DRAPERIES AT COST.
' It's not often we advertise goods at
cost, but when we do, we mean it.
We must make room for an immense
Ktnck of Draperies, selected by our Mr.
Girdler in New York. These are about
due, hence the sacrifice.
Art Denims, Silkoline,
Cretonnes, art Muslins,
Madras. Scrims.
In fact our entire stock of
Fancy Draperies at Cost.
Twilled Draperies, new patterns, 14
yards for $1.00.
Best Quality Silkolines, eLegant ue-
signs, 10 yards for $1.00.
Art Denims, all colors, o yaras ior
$1.00.
Extra wide Cretonnes, extra quality
S vards for $1.00.
Fancy Scrims, good quality, 10 yards
for $1.00.
Art Draperies, with colored dots, 10
yards for $1.00.
RWORT LENGTHS AT HALF PRICE.
These prices positively for one weeK
only.
i. s. m Dm Goods go.
Limited.
520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU.
JAS. F. MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
We Kits.
9 Hotel Street : : Waverley Block.
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FORT STREET.
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
SPECIALS For The Fourth Week
Of The Renovation Sale:
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LACE
SILK
CHENILLE
BAGDAD
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Merghahts h Commission
Agents.
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Telephone 74.
STOCKS ID REAL
STATE
FOR SALE.
tin pl
They are hardly more than half the
thickness of other cameras; they are
adapted for films or plates, and pos
sess the daylight loading feature.
These cameras are provided with the
rising, sliding and falling front, two
view finders, has Eastman's patent
bellows and is equally perfect as a
hand or tripod camera. It has an in
dex for focusing and when used with
plates may be focused on the ground
glass.
These new folding Kodaks are the
most compact, practical, instruments
on the market. Every lense in these
cameras are carefully tested, and sam
ples of their work can be seen. It is
really a surprise that a Kodak that will
take a 4 by 5 picture, with such im
provements can be sold for $25. We
are always pleased to show goods.
Developing and printing done by ex
perienced man.
TAWUTO LINEN
1VU JJJJU
TURKISH.
rpnWUTTMf! LINEN
JLUilUJUlUU
The Queen Hotel
AND
EAGLE HOUSE
Both situated on Nuuanu Avenue,
offer special advantages to tourists and
others who desire first-class accom-1
wii.lnfinn o n mAlorlta tariff T .1 rr ( 1
iiiuua LiLfix at ci uiuubiwu uui uiqv
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 KLBMME, Manager.
Nirvana Ceylon Tea.
What the Government Analyst of
Victoria says:
"Mr. C. It. Blackett, F. C. S.,
"Government Analyst.
"laboratory: Swinton St.,
"Melbourne, Sept. 21, 1S97.
"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. It. BLAOKETT,
"Analytical Chemist."
TURKISH. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Real
state Hobron Drug Co.
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
1 LOT ON BERETANIA STREET,
near Thomas Square: 120 feet
on Beretania street; 290 feet
deep; 120 feet on Kinau street.
Ar.EXTS EASTMAN KODAK CO.
White Bed Spreads.
The only thought in this renovation
sale is absolute clearance.
This store is never undersold for
equal values, and now that ve are
lessening our stock the prices are cut
lower than ever.
Come and see how low we are quot
ing prices and what sort of values
we are quoting them on. We'll con
vince you, too.
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.
MANILA CIGARS.
"Dagger" Brand
Mullet.
H. MAY & CO..
lisi did del Grocers
-:- 98 FORT STREET. -:-Telephone,
22 : : : P. O. Box. 470.
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FORT STREET.
2 PREMISES OF MR. C. F. WOLFE,
Piikoi street, containing 1 76
100 acres: Grounds ipilanted
with Fruit Trees, Oranges,
Limes, Peaches, Grapes, Pears,
Cherries, Etc. Water laid
throughout. An elegant piece
of property.
$45
ICYCL
ES
$45
Shares of Stock
INTER-ISDAND S. N. CO.
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
OAHU PLANTATION.
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At
proper
Equal
Rates
Stock
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Quotations.
WINDOW FULL, WAREHOUSE FULL
Try Our m Brand
Wrapping.
IN ROLLS OR FLATS.
STRONGEST AND BEST.
WALL, HICHOLS COMPANY.
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Just received per "A. J. Fuller" the following articles in
STONEWARE:
BUTTER JARS.
WATER JARS.
PRESERVE JARS.
ERENCII POTS.
COFFEE POTS.
BEAN POTS.
FLOWER POTS.
FLOWER BASKETS.
WATER KEGS.
WATER JUGS.
GLAZED FLAT BOTTOMED PANS.
MIXING BOWLS.
POULTRY FOUNTAINS.
HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT.
Large Shipment Just Received.
312 King Street.
Pearson & Hobron,
Telephone 565.
fit?
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the Latest in
We received per Zealandia, March 19th,
Hntpi rppt - Robinson Block.
P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973.
All Kinds of Shirts, Jewelry,
Neckties, Sweaters,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Pajamas,
Silk Goods. Underwear,
Collars and Cuffs. Hosiery, Etc.
! Organdies, Flannelettes,
Ginghams & Crash Suitings
Also, a good line of Quilts and Towels, Etc.,
at the Lowest Prices.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Wholesale and Retail Japanese Goods and ProYision Merchants
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