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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE! : HONOLULU, MAY 11, 1S0S.
LOCAL BREVITIES. i Boiled lunch today at II. B. j Sugar, 4 3-10. New York, May 5. Wedding and wedding anniversa ries Mrs. Hanna. Match horse race at Kapiolani Park track at 2 p. m. today. Baseball at 3:30 this afternoon. Ho nolulu vs. First Regiment. The Golden Rule Bazaar publishes a list of new books just received. J. M. Davidson, attorney and coun cilor at law is located at 200 Merchant street. The will of the late Robt. Cowes is all in favor of the widow, Margaret G. Cowes. Mpdirns S- Decker invite inspection to their line of suitings and gents' furnishing. Purser Bellmaine of the Warrimoo has the thanks of the Advertiser for news favors. G. Dietz, watchmaker, has removed to 417 Nuuanu street, next to Central Meat Market. Miss Sarah Carter is expected home on the Gaelic, Monday, after an ex tended trip abroad. Per Zealandia the Washington Feed Co. received a large invoice of flour, feed and meal stuffs. Mrs. C. J. McCarthy and children TjrUl leave for the States by the Zea landia to be gone a year. Capt. Geo. Ashley has received and distributed to friends a number of the "Remember the Maine" pins. Sir Robert and Lady Herron have issued invitations for a dance on Thursday evening next, May 19th. The outstanding Government ac counts for the month of April will be liquidated on next Wednesday, the 18th. Tfwnr Koebele and Gus Rose are now in charge at Immigration Agri- j cultural headquarters in the Judiciary building. Company A. N. G. II., will entertain friends at a high jinks this evening. Captain Paul Smith is to be re-elected to command. The Y. M. C. A. orchestra had an excellent reheasal in the Association hall last night. There was quite a large turnout. United States Minister Sewall was out in the Philippines for some time in 1S93, and saw something of Spanish misrule there. There will be a preliminary open ing of the Palama Grocery Co., Ltd., - today. Shareholders grocery pass hook are now ready. At the Central Union Church, Mr. Blrnie will speak in the morning on "The Church in the Community," in the evening on "Jonah." The Davey Photograph Co. place the photo as a page of history or every family which if properly maue i ble fifty years from now. Company G is to have a fine time nvt Thursdav night. A big dance will be given for the enjoyment of the bovs and their lady friends. ThP. blind boy with the reeds raised quite a disturbance on King street yes- terday. Something angereu mm auu he threw his cane and cursea louaiy Byrnes and Nelson visited Hawaii in 1896 as Attorney-General ana rre Triipr or Queensland, respectively. Nel Fon has now retired and Byrnes is Premier. Ail cricket Dlavers whose names are ry in Vio t prims nlavlnc this afternoon and who wish to play in the match may do so by notifying the captains on the grounds. Today at 12 o'clock noon at front cntmnrft of the Judiciary Buuaing i.fii sold at auction the lease of Government lands of Kamlloloa and Makakupaia, Molokai. ur now Ml. Superintendent of Pub lic Works is today at Waialua, this island, looking after bridge construe tion. A large amount of work is in progress at that place. Thon IT navies & Co. claim Nir ana Tea is especially selected from h vprv best leaf grown on tne moun tain estates of Ceylon. Purchasers buy it as originally packed. Among the arrivals from Maui and norts on the Mauna Loa yes terday, were the following: D. Con way, Dr. McWayne, W. n. uornwen, E. Hopke and family. AttnrnPV- General Smith said yester rinv thnt he had concluded it best to drop the prosecution against Becker, the Bennington bluejacket in wnose case the jury disagreed on Thursday Chas. L. Hopkins has been appointed a member of the Board of Education, 5cp Geo. W. Smith, resigned. Mr Hopkins is a prominent Hawaiian who has always taken much interest in school affairs. The Oceanic Gas and Electric Co., nrp in receint of a large consignment f nnnaratus and fixtures. New graphones with a full assortment of record with the latest songs, etc., are at the disposal of the public. nr x T, ttereer will deliver an ad .ita nt the-. Young Men's Christian Association. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, on "Through Palestine on Horseback." All who have heard Dr. Berger know that this will be a treat. Six men who had signed with the local company of volunteers for ser vice with United States troops in Spain, have decided to leave for the States by the Zealandia In any event. Four of them were formerly wearers of the blue on the other side. U. S. Consul-General Haywood brav ed the wind and waves yesterday aft ernoon and went in the pilot boat to the Warrimoo. The first man he ran into was an American who gave him the latest papers. Before shore was reached Mr. Haywood was up on the latest news. 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. InquisitionI Rev. J. A. Cruzan is expected here from Hilo by the next Kinau. Twenty-five native Hawaiian Mor mons will leave for Utah by the S. S. Zealandia. There is expected to be a rousing sailors meeting at the Y. M. C. A. tonight. Jas. L. McCombe will lead. There will be music and a social. 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. VMBmLLTIH. Diamond Head, May S. I SOS. Weather, aear; wind, light K. The Manufacturers' HELP THE LITTLE CHAP To be proud of his achievements and you help him to feel pride in his appearance. Our aim is to start him off with clothes worthy of his brightness. The correctly chiseled walking costume doesn't necessarily have to come from the custom tailor. We are sculptors ourselves, and hold our Art at a much less price. Shoe Co FORT STREET. THIS WEEK. DRAPERIES AT COST. ttvnnt 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 ue signs, 10 yards for $1.00. Art Denims, all colors, b yarus 101 $1-00. Extra wide Cretonnes, extra quality 8 yards for $1.00.' Fancy Scrims, good quality, iu yarus for $1.00. Art Draperies, with colored ciots, iu yards for $1.00. . SHORT LENGTHS AT HALF a' RICE. These prices positively for one weeK only. 0 P -TV " i VIRTUE! REWARD ! VIRTUE HASiTS OWN REWARD. 9 Hotel Street Waverley Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Make Shirts to Order. it s. socis' dpi Goods Co Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS.F.fflORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. STOCKS AND-REAL I ESTATE FOR SALE. Estate FOR PRIVATE SALE. 1 LOT ON BEItETANIA STREET, near Thomas Square: 120 feet on Beretania street; 290 feet deep; 120 feet on Kinau street. life Kits. 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. Real 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 rmblic 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 patedthey 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. VL fc Fine line of White and Colored Swisses, FRENCH MUSLINS. 8 VI Latest patterns in Chiffons, Muslin clu Sua, Valenciennes Laces. Ribbons, Hosiery, in plaids and stripes. The Queen Hotel I (LlmlteJ.) Items and teissi Agents. 1 if--- i v ; 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 S09; Eagle House, Telephone 807. Hotel busses meet every steamer. OARLi KLEMME, Manager. Nirvana Ceylon Tea. This Tea is specially selected from the very best leaf grown on the Moun tain Estates, and is packed in Ceylon in lead for shipment to alt parts of the world, to ensure direct distribu tion to the public in the original packets. It is uniform and unequalled in quality, and is guaranteed to retain its original flavor, thereby deserving recognition as the very best Tea that has yet been placed in the hands of the consumer. BEAVER LUNGI1 ROOMS. 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.. linie 9M nil gir -:- 98 FORT STREET. -:-T.iPnhone. 22 : : : P. O. Box, 478. obron Drug Co. Agents EASTMAN KODAK CO. HIS 0! hi L FORT STREET. 9-TnrcTTSES OF MR. C. F. WOLFE, Piikoi street, containing 1 76 100 acres: Grounds Ranted witii Fruit Trees, Oranges, Ldmea, Peaches, Grapes, Pears, Cherries, EXc. Water laid throughout. An elegant piece of property. i $45 BICYCL ES $45 Shares of Stock OAHU ASSESSABLE. HAW'N. ELECTRIC CO. PEOPLE'S ICE CO. INTER-ISLAND S. N. CO. WILD BITS S. S. CO. OAHU PLANTAITION . i LIFE OF tffi L 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 b pleased to call with pros pectus of the abova Book. Telephone your order to th Subscription Book Dept. WALL, HICHOLS COMPANY. Intel lo ft lies. Just received per "A.J. Fuller" the following articles in 3NEWARE: BUTTER JAES. "WATER JARS. r PRESERVE JARS. FRENCH POTS. . COFFEE POTS. BEAK POTS. ? FLOWER POTS. FLOWER BASKETS. WATER KEGS. . ' WATER JUGS. GLAZED FLAT BOTTOMED PANS. MIXING BOWrLS. , POULTRY FOUNTAINS. J ; HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. Large Shipment Just Received. EARS0N & M0BR0N, mm s w Fort Street. Teiepnone bos. Hotel Street - 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. tti. W-Schmidt & Sons, Having taken stock, and reduced all prices, I now offer the latest styles of $ I FANCY PRINTS AT 5 CENTS PER YARD, i And other goods in proportion. Also, ex "Zealandia." a j FISH WET CURTAIW. L W. SCHMIDT &' SONS. a o a o VftM UMT RI.OCIC. KINGr ST Wholesale and Retail Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants .......5