THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 13, 1S9S.
There is a time and place for all
things and now is the time
for you to buy your'
tween the STEIN-BLOCH made-to-fit and
the merchant tailor's made-to-measure price,
will be just about enough to set you up in the
rest of your Spring outfit, hat, shoes, under
clothes and everything. All of which we
have in elegant profusion and at consistently
Merchant and Fort Sts.
By the Zealandia will be received a large invoice of all that
is lutcst m
FRENCH PATTERN HATS.
Compare our goods with those exhibited by others. We feel
confident that the result will be in our favor.
The rich creations of foreign masters vie in beauty with the
productions of our own artists together making a display that
has no peer anywhere in the city.
Buying elsewhere means paying more than you should and
for something that may not be as desirable as we can give you.
The Dressmaking Department
Is in keeping with the Milliner)' Department.
All that is the Latest in
Just to Hand: Special Line of Knox Sailor Hats, Several Designs.
MISS M. E. KILLEAN, Propr.
Arlington Blocfc, Hotel St. Honolulu. H. I. Telephone 925.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
East Corner Fort and King Streets.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
roceries. Provisions and Feed
General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods. .
o o o
New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California,
Eastern Skates and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Veg etables, Fruits and Fish.
Goods Delivered to Any Part or the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Island Trade Solicited.
O. BOX 145. : : : : : -. TELEPHONE 92.
H. H- WflLLSA
Undertaker and Embalmer.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST.
. . Telephone 8-10.
Residence, Klner St. near Richards: Telephone S49.
KING ST., Next to
Every Style of Straw Hat Made to Order.
SILK GOODS, LACQUER WARE, CROCKERY WARE,
HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, ETC.
READ THE ADVE
and ours the place in which
to buy it. You will find in
the special fine clothes de
partment, containing those
made by the STEIN-BLOCH
CO., wholesale tailors, just
the suit you want, and the
difference in the price be
Castle & Cooke.
IT STOOD 7 TO
Jury in the Case of Beck
er Fails to Agree.
Out for Four Hours Hopelessly
Divided Old Glory Gets a Men
tion in Circuit Court.
In the foreign jury criminal case of
the Republic vs. Becker, a Benning-
ton bluejacket, the twelve men chosen
to find a verdict, were unable to agree.
It was charged that Becker some
months ago stabbed a Chinese. The
Pake was the chief witness and swore
that the prisoner was the man who
wielded the knife. The Chinaman re
moved his shirt while on the witness
stand and exhibited an ugly wound.
Becker claimed that the hurt was in
flicted by a Pake who struck at a sec
ond bluejacket. A pretty straight
story was told by the defendant, whose
manner seemed truthful, lie bore a
good reputation in the service. The
Chinaman was insistent with his evi
dence, however. Deputy Attorney
General Dole was for the Government
and Paul Neumann for the defendant.
There was a glorious opportunity for
the lawyers to yank tail feathers from
the American eagle in their arguments
yesterday morning, but they kept with
in the bounds surprisingly well. Mr.
Neumann made a careful little men
tion of the man's calling and said he
would like to see his client back where
he could do good for his country again.
Mr. Dole said that for himself he felt
very much American just at this time,
but that as a servant of the State he
held it to be his duty to prosecute re
gardless of star-spangled banner con
siderations. The jury, of which L. C.
Abies was elected foreman, went out
at 11:30 in the forenoon. In a couple
of hours they came in and told Judge
Perry that they stood seven to five,
with scarcely any prospect of return
ing a verdict. Lunch was given them
between 12 and 1. At 3:30 the judge
sent for the men and asked point blank
if there was any possibility of reach
ing an agreement. The reply unani
mous was that they could never get
a result. The jury was then discharg
ed and warned not to talk of their de
liberations to other members of the
panel. Becker may be given another
trial and then again the case against
him may be dropped. It is supposed
that the vote of the wise dozen stood
with the majority for acquittal.
The choir of the Second Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
meet this evening for practice.
The Honolulu messenger service is
now in running order under the man
agement of D. G. Camarinos. Tele
A good many people have asked the
Advertiser to call attention to constant
violations of the road rules on princi
pal thoroughfares by wheelman ?nd
drivers of all kinds of rigs.
There was a good, big, interested
crowd at the Hawaiian hotel last ev
ening for the concert by the Govern
ment band. The musicians have their
Now that it has been decided that
the Carter memorial shall not stand on
Union Square the question is, where
shall it be placed. The joint com
mittee of the Senate and House have
the matter in hand and in a few days,
will report the decision they have ar
rived at. As yet, no choice of a new
site, has been made.
The committee from the Citizens'
Guard conferred with the joint com
mittee from the Senate and House on
Wednesday and asked that they be al
lowed the corner of the Executive
Building grounds near the band stand
on Richards and King for the memor
ial. No answer was given, the com
mittee preferring to deliberate care
fully on the matter before making any
War in Native.
Editor J. M. Poepoe, of the Kuokoa,
will have out for the Gazette company
today a first-class war editon of the
native paper. There will be two pages,
illustrated. Mr. Poepoe has worked
hard since the Zealandia mail arrived
picking out the best dispatches and
translating them into Hawaiian. Thus
the natives will be fully informed of
the great struggle between the United
States and Spain. The Hawaiians seem
lately to have taken on a renewed in
terest in the march or rush of affairs
in foreign lands. The subscription list
of the Kuokoa has grown and the sales
of each issue of the paper have been
The B. F. Ehlers & Co. neonle have
been busy the past few days opening
up the large invoice of new goods
that arrived by the Zealandia and
other vessels. At a late hour last
night the work was completed and
Manager Dti Roi wishes to inform the
ladies of Honolulu that everything is
in readiness today for an inspection
of the new importations, which in
clude real and wash veils, shirt waists,
silks, laces, lawns and organdies.
A CQ L I K I X ( i i:.N (i LIS II.
Six Chinese Yoiii.j; JMcn Arc
But few people know of the move
ment on the part of six ol the promi
nent Chinese young men of the coun
try toward the education and enlight
enment of their brethren here on the
Islands. The Chinese have always
' show much zeal toward the acquire-
ment of knowledge of the English lan
i gauge. The movement spoken of start
ed on April 2Dth. After much deliber
ation ana thought, the six young
men, members of the Chinese Y. M. C.
ipRSnn(S nn pnr.h mVhr of -thn wppU-
! Sunday and Wednesday excepted, in
the rudiments of English, to all Chi
i nese who had any desire to take ad-
vantage of the opportunity. The les
sons would be free of charge. About
17 answered the call and now the list
has swelled to 57 while the actual at
tendance is 40. This number promises
to be twice as large- in a very short
The six young men are among the
brightest of the subjects of the Chi
nese Emperor to be found in Hono
lulu and have given up their pleasant
evenings at home for the sole purpose
of developing the intellectual power of
those whom they claim as their coun
trymen. The classes instituted are peculiarly
advantageous to those who compose
them as so much that is hard to ex
plain is communicated directly in Chi
nese. this giving a complete under
standing of the subject in hand.
Wide Tires in Minnesota.
It wras demonstrated beyond question,
savs. the Minneapolis Tribune, that
wide tires keep the surface smooth and
firm, and that when the roads are full
of ruts the broad wheels tend to re
store them to good condition and thus
materially lessen the cost of repairs.
The universal adoption, of the wide tire
in Minnesota for all vehicles carrying
heavy loads would save the taxpayers
of the State thousands of dollars an
nually in road repairs and would save
the farmers and teamsters ten times
the amount in expense of hauling and
wear and tear of horses and vehicles.
ful baking powder is
Schilling's Best money-
Low Prices Prevail.
Since our introduction of low prices
and first quality our competitors tell
people that the goods are old or
YOU CAN HAVE YOUR MONEY
BACK IF THEY DON'T SUIT.
"What better guarantee that the
goods are right?
Is not this enough to induce you to
make a change of grocers? OUR
PRICES ARE LOWEST. Never do we
Doxse Brand of Long Island
LITTLE NECK CLAH5
1- Lb. Cans, 20c.
LITTLE NECK CLAHS
2- Lb. Cans, 25c.
P. J. YOELLER & Co.
FORT & HOTEL ST.
RECENT : ARRIVALS!
Handsome Silk Goods
BLUE CHINA WARE
At more than reasonable prices.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
Gents' : Furnishings I
Everything for the .most fastidious
as well as for every day wear.
WAVER LEY BLOCK,
WING WO TAI 8c CO.
214 NUUANU STREET
Ivory, Lacquer, Silver and Crockery
Wares, Screens, Vases, Rattan
Chairs, Crepes, Silks, Cigars,
L. KOXCr FKK.
Merchant : Tailor.
e23V2 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis
GET IT AT
We Are Able
squarely behind every
lieceof Crockery, glass
ware Cut Glass
we put before you. In
calculating -cheapness, re
member it depends on
quality. We're cheapest
because we?re best.
INDUCEMENT ciny store
can offer is honest value.
We want to sell low
est but we won't sell
anything that we cannot
recommend. We don't
believe 3'ou ever heard
anything bought of us
spoken of except in the
most favorable wav.
That isn't chance it's
natural consequence. It's
because we carefully se
lect our stock.
New novelties in
The invoice comprises
sets in PLAIN and
FANCY DESIGNS, Ber
ry, Ice Cream, Fruit
Dishes, Spoon Holders,
Milk Sets, Cake Plates,
Tea and Chocolate Pots.
If you are in need of
any of these goods and
of course you always need
PRETTY and USEFUL
goods dont wait too
long, as some of our pa
trons are aware of the
fact that these goods are
being displayed ; the pret
tiest may be gone if you
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Be Sure and See the Plars
Life Assurance Society
Of Hew York,
Before Taking Out a Policy..
E. R. ADAMS,
No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent.
IS NEAR AT HAND.
HAWAIIAN STONE MONUMENTS
and CEMETERY WORK (in detail).
CARVING AND INSCRIPTIONS.
Prompt and careful service given to
all work Intrusted to me.
Queen and Fort Streets.
Wiba Washington Feed Co.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL, BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
Credit Issued, available In all the
principal cities of the world.
1A0 STABLES STAGE LINE
Between Wailuku and Lahaina, Maui.
Stage leaves Wailiiku depot on the
arrival of the 10:30 A. M. train, for
LAHAINA, on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays. Returning to WAiLUKU
from Lahaina on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays in time to connect with
the 1:30 P. M. train for Kahului,
Spreckelsville and Paia.
Fares and packages at reasonable
terms. First class drivers Splendid
A. DEREGO & SONS,
A valuable book, by
Prof. Walter Max
For sale by the
Hawaiian News .Co., Lfl.
What Makes the Ian
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
position to do so.
Medeiros & Decker,
THE HOTEL STREET TAILORS.
!i fii: Art
HO HOTEL ST.
Fresh Whole Wheat,
In 10 and 50 lb. Sacks.
In 10 lb. Sacks.
FEED OF ALL KINDS.
WASHINGTON FEED CO.
COR. FORT & QUEEN STS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YEE SING TAI.
Matting, Wall Paper, Wider Chairs and
All Kinds of Furniture.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Cabinet Making and Tainting. Fort SU
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