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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 12 1S9S.
) a i ) ft U J ft 1 4? t r 5 .31 A u LOCAL BREVITIES. Sugar; dcg.. Hi cts. Fresh oysters, any style H. D. Strangers' Friend Society this morn ing. Uook.s on TaMeau, charades Mrs. Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. Keawapoo have legal notices in this issue. As a result of stock-taking" H. W. Schmidt & Sons offer fancy prints at cents per yard. The golf players are arranging for another game over the Kunawai links on Saturday afternoon. In the Circuit Court today the libel ruits against Wm. Horace Wright and IMmund Xorrie will he railed. There was no meeting of the Hoard of Health yesterday. It is possible that there will be a session on Friday. Dr. Wight and wife of Kohala left n the Aorangi yesterday. They are bound for San Diego to spend a little time. 12. O. Hall Son advertise free wind for the use of cyclists. New and Col urn bias received by Ramblers the Zoa- landia. Jt is likely that international mat ters will come up in the Legislature today. There may be talks on neutral ity, annexation, etc. Miss McDonald's class that has been reading Othelo at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Atherton, will start in this evening on "The Winter's Tale." J. M. Sims returned on the Zealandia yesterday after a short trip to San Francisco in the interest of his health. He returns very much Improved. The adjourned annual meeting of the Pacific Cycle and Manufacturing Co., Ltd., will be held at the company's office, Friday, May 13th, at 10 o'clock a. m. Mrs. A. S. Willis, wife of the late Minister of the United States to Ha waii, is now at New Haven, where her son Albert is being prepared for Yale College. The Advertiser was compelled to is sue two editions of its extra yesterday, owing to the thirst for war news being so great. An important meeting of the Y. II. I. will be held this Thursday evening at 7:30. The matter of allowing sick members reasonable sick benefits is to be passed upon. .1. J. Egan is in receipt of all that is latest and fashionable In organdies, dimities, Swisses, French muslins, chif fons, muslin due sua, valenciences laces, ribbons and hosiery. The Chinese woman charged with causing the death of her two children by giving them opium, has been re leased on $3,000 bail. She will be ar raigned for manslaughter. The Young Men's Research Club will -n-eet with Rev. D. P. and Mrs. Rirnie on Friday evening, the 20th. It will be ladies' night. The speaker of the evening will be W. N. Armstrong. v .Tas. Judd, son of the Chief Justice of Hawaii, has volunteered for service with United States troops as a mem ber of the Red Cross corps. The young sian is studying medkdne and sur gery. On the last up trip, leaving here April 22, the Gaelic met such weather that she was compelled to "lay to" 24 hours. The bark Alden Besse, Cap tain Potter, was caught in the gale and considerable damaged. Ex-Captain Edwards of the Mounted Patrol left for Vancouver on the Ao rangi yesterday. It is his intention to KO to Iowa to join the National Guard there. Mr. Edwards is very anxious to ko to "the scene of action." Mr. Hughes an employe of the Mut ual Telephone Company, left for Van couver on the Aorangi yesterday. He will go to the Sound and will be back ljere in six or seven weeks. Mr. llnghes expects to do some business while1 away. The Chancellor Commander of Oahu ldge, No. 1. Knights of Pythias, re inests the presence of all Knights who are members of this Lodge at the regular meeting of the Lodge this ev ening at 7:30. Business of impor tance will be transacted. When the Rio de Janeiro passed through Honolulu she had no Spanish lemittances aboard. The Chronicle t?ays the Chinese are afriad to risk their money at sea under the Ameri can flag, and have postponed the send ing of their savings to the Flowery Kingdom until May 3d, when the Brit ish steamship Venus sails for the Ori ent. The flour destined for the Rio is also held for the Venus. Arrangements are being made for another big concert at Kamehameha boys school. This will certainly be a fne musical event and is bound to attract the usual large audience of ity people. The program will include umbers by the Glee Club and school kand. Mrs. Woodward will sing. The young ladies of the Girl's school will take part and there will be some out side people. The concert will be for the benefit of the Kamehameha base kail association. Mr. Emmett May, of the Germania Life Insurance Company, gave a de lightful dinner party to a number of Ids friends at the Arlington hotel last evening. Each guest at the festive koard was an American and many toasts of American patriotism was heard. Among the speakers were Re presentative A. V. Gear, T. F. Lan ding. Dr. Wayson. Attorney George D. fJear and Coffee Expert Souza. Mr. May leaves on the Zealandia next week. He will go to Key West, Flori Ia. Per Zealandia Cherries, Rhubard," Ajarflgus. Celery, Cauliflower, Freah Safaiem, Crabs, Flounders, Frozen Oy etttNf (tin and shell), Apples, Grapes, Vi&i. Lemons, Burbank Potatoes, Fine live Oil, Dry Fruit, New Crop of Nt&JV Raisins, etc., etc. CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET. , 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. On the Aorangi. Among the through passengers on the Aorangi from the Colonies yester day were the following: Sir James Fraser-Tytter and daugh ter. Mr. Fraser is a general in the British General and has a K. C. IS. at tached to his name. J. Gould, one of the directors of the New Zealand Shipping Company. Diamond Heap, May S. f', Weather, c.'ear; wind, light N. K. 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 stock 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 de signs, 10 yards for $1.00. Art Denims, all colors, G yards for $1.00. Extra wide Cretonnes, extra quality 8 yards for $1.00. Fancy Scrims, good quality, 10 yards for $1.00. Art Draperies, with colored dots, 10 yards for $1.00 SHORT LENGTHS AT HALF PRICE. These prices positively for one week only. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS. F. MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. FOR SALE. Estate FOR PRIVATE SALE. 1 LOT ON BERET ANIA STREET, near Thomas Square: 120 feet on Beretania street; 290 feet deep; 120 feet on Kinau street. 2 PREMISES OF MR. 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 iSto& INTER-ISLAND S. N. CO. WILDER'S S. S. CO. OAHU PLANTATION. LIFE OF 6ES E. Ill BY MISS ANNA GORDON. INTRODUCTION BY LADY HENRY SOMERSET. Having secured the agency for this beautiful work, we desire to call the attention of the members of the W. C. T. U. and all others interested in Chris tian and Temperance reform, that we are now booking subscription at Club Rates. Our representative, Mr. J. L. Mc Comb, will be pleased to call with pros pectus of the aboTe Book. Telephone your order to th Subscription Book Dept. WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. I S. Soft Dff G0CII5 GO. if Real Inquls 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 rondemn 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. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.. FORT 1 'SI 0 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. obron Drug Co. Aexts EASTMAN KODAK CO. lllf its. B ICYC $45 Large Shipment FEARSON 312 Fort Street. Hotel Street - P.O. Box 215. All Kinds of Shirts, Neckties, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Goods, Collars and Cuffs. Wholesale and Retail Japanese J -"gZTTTL ' VA j itlonl STREET. VIRTUE! REWARD! YIMUE HAS ITS OWN REWARD. Rear Admiral Dewey has done him self proud in the Philippines and earn ed for himself the deserving title of "Rear Admiral." This store is also anxious to earn a .deserving title from the public; a title of merit, that carries with it the name of having meritorious goods at popular prices. In order to do this it is necessary to be more than careful in the selec tions of goods be cautious knowing what the public tastes are we have used the precaution to import only first-class qualities in desings and materials such as are salable in the best markets of the world. No dead stock is wanted or bought by us, no matter what the inducements. Still goods will some times accumulate faster than antici pated they must be disposed of even at a sacrifice that what we are doing now sacrificing a few dollars you de rive the benefit. Don't fail to visit this store during the renovation sale you will agree with us that it point you to do so. Just Arrived: Latest styles in White and Colored Organdies, DIMITIES. ra Fine line of Whire and Colored Swisses, FRENCH MUSLINS. V fc rff Latest patterns in Chiffons, Muslin du Sua, Valenciennes Laces. Ribbons, Hosiery, in plaids and stripes. FORT STREET. $45 Just Received LI & IflOBRON 9 Telephone 565. Robinson Block. Telephone 973. Jewelry, Sweaters, Pajamas, Underwear, Hosiery, Etc. Goods and Provision Merchants TO AN' SUBSTANTIAL PROOF. More than one proof of Springs enticing outdoor moments. Our counters strikingly illustrative. Telling convincing tales of correct form in outdoor garments. K K , 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 fault they fit. 41 &f!r 9 Hotel Street : : "Waver! ey Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel'3 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 haths. 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 KLEMME, Manager. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS. Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co., II. J. NOLTE, Prop. First -Class Lunches Served With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open f: in 3 a. m. till 10 p. m. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. hi oi lie (Ml Just received per "A. J. Fuller" the following articles in STONEWARE: BUTTER JARS. WATER JARS. PRESERVE JARS. FRENCH POTS. COFFEE POTS. REAX POTS. FLOWER POTS. FLOWER BASKETS. WATER KEGS. WATER JUGS. GLAZED FLAT BOTTOMED PANS. MLXIXG BOWLS. POULTRY FOUNTAINS. HOUSEHOLD SUPPM DEPARTMENT. i H. W. Schmidt & Sons, Having taken stock, and reduced all prices, now offer the latest styles of ? FANCY PRINTS ! 1 AT 5 CENTS PER YARD, And other goods in proportion. Also, ex "Zealandia." a fine assortment of FISH MET CURTA1M, . W. SCHMIDT & SONS. VON HOLT BLOCK. KING ST. (Ltcsltea.) aierghunts and .Eomsiob ferns. sr-.r - f i' V N 4 .t x - Niryana Ceylon Tea. What the Government Analyst oX Victoria says: "Mr. C. R. Blackctt, F. C. S., "Government Analyst. "Laboratory: Swinton St.. "Melbourne, Sept. 21, 1S97. "I h'ave 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. RLAOKETT, "Analytical Chemist.- MANILA CIGARS. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. H. MAY & CO., -:- 9S FORT STREET. -:-Telephone. 22 : : : P. O. Box, i: lies 3 o 4 ivtiolesole and Mil en 2mm -4