TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 16, 1S0S.
IS NOT offered to the public
in competition with
It Is Absolutely
And for purity, it stands un
challenged, and is sold
at fair market rates
1 1 PEft
Many a Man
Could have avoided wearing
glasses permanently had he con
sulted a good optician when it first
became apparent that his eyes
Sight restored to all fey
S. E. LUCAS,
OFFICE: Love Building, Fort Street.
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Kwong Hing Chong.
315 Nuuanu St.
IMPORTED DRY GOODS.
English., American and Chinese.
A Specialty. Low Prices to suit the
times. Come and see our new stock:
and store. Don't forget.
315 NUUANU STREET.
HUSTACE & CO.,
Wood and Coal
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at the very lowest
Telephone No. 414.
Grass : Cloth :
New Porcelain Cups and Sausers,
Decorated Flower Pots,
Rattan Chairs, Matting,
Tea and Dinner Sets,
WING W0 CHAN & CO.
210-212 NutJAKU St.
LEWIS & CO.,
111 FORT STREET.
Telephone, 210 : : T. O. Box, 20.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
C A. a ma C rvt cy
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS. COOLERS,
And machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
r in ehiD's hlacksmithing. Job
work executed on the shortest notice.
. , . . . .
J. R. Shaw, D.V.S.
Office and Imirmary, - - 863 King St.
Modern and Humane Treatment.
1 1 GO.,
THAT IS WHAT WE SOLICIT FOR
We believe our bread is the whitest,
lightest, best flavored and best keeping
The GERMAN BAKERY
833 FORT ST.
Our Success in Making
Does not find us resting on laurels al-
ready won. We are trying just as
hard now as ever to make the photos
we take of you the best you have ever
Rainv days do not affect our -work
We make just as good photos when it
is cloudy as when the sun is shining.
We Repair Broken
No matter whether
the trouble's due to
a " won't work" shutter or a
1 1, tr, n ; o u
there's anything wrong with
fiv it nn in n wv
to suit and at a price that'll
404 FORT ST.
From the following PUKE-mttuu
ruwia yJL " D""'"')
Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: linn
Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White
Leerhorns. Black Mmorcas, Anaaiusi-
an. Barred Plymouth Rocks, Vyan
dottes and jngnsn o. u. uuiu&,
r,.i- Ti,o TnrVPVR.
rr,v furnished rmon annlication.
Fnvnrs from the other Islands will re-
ceive prompt and carefula ttention.
A few choice owls lor saie.
WALTER C. WEEDON,
314 Fort St., Honolulu.
MATTINGS (New Designs),
PAJAMAS, RUGS, ETC.
ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS.
Don't buy until you have seen our
. mi 1 3 T) .
stock, i ne Ltooqs arm x nueo
will Suit you.
M U RATA & CO.
Hotel St., Cor. Nruxsr.
ALL KINDS OF HATS.
BRANCH HAT STORE, Nuuanu St.
Tplenhone. 938. P. O. Box 206.
A SHIPLOAD OF
NITRATE OF SODA
An excellent Fertilizer for
Rattoons and Early Cane,
And in the Dry Season.
Advance orders filled as received from
For further details address
1011 Fertilizing (30111$
A. F. COOKE, Manager.
P. O. Box 13G. Honolulu.
CHU YIP & Co.
(Formerly Wing Hing Loy.)
Imported Dry Goods!
English, American and Chinese.
A. Specialty. Low Prices to snit the times.
Come and see our new stock and store.
NUUAKtt 8TREUT, NEAR HOTEL.
(Opposite W. W. Ahans.)
Ml HKE EOS
GO. A" HIGH JINK:
The Re-Election of Capt.
Paul Smith -Celebrated.
Supper In the Drill Shed Talks and
Music for the Boys A
All of the CO members of Company
A. X. G. H., were out on Saturday
night lor a nign jinKS or uiai com
mand. The celebration was held alter
the reelection of Capt. Paul Smith to
be at the helm for another year. All
arrangements were made in auvance.
for there was no opposition to the
popular and capable commander. Capt
John Schaefer presided at the election
in accordance with orders from head-
quarters. The matter or nominating
and balloting occupied but a few min
After the installation of Captain
Smith the company and a few invited
guests adjourned from the A armory
to the main hall of the Drill Shed.
Here had been spread a long table.
Tho sunnpr was a cood one and tne
boys "fell to" with zest. After the
meal came the smoking and the liquid
rfrociPTits Th c jtoih! time lasted
till nearly midnight.
The first toast was to the President
and the Republic. Lieutenant Colonel
Soper, Adjutant General, responded
for the commander-in-chief and the
flag. The speaker reterrea to tne ciose
relations which in the militia orgam
nation existed throughout the body and
on behalf of the President thanked
the boys for their strict attention to
duty and their fidelity at all times.
For the sentiment "The Health of
the While Regiment," Lieutenant Col
onel MeLeod answered. He compli
mented Captain Smith and Lieutenants
Klemme and Fetter on the good show
ing that Company A was able to make
at ah times. He said the Regiment was
in a healthy, satisfied condition and
that this was largely due to coopera
tion of all to the end that success
might be achieved. Lieutenant Colonel
MeLeod said that there were under
consideration in headquarters a mini
. . , ... v ,r, cm-
oer oi pians ioi iue uut
There was nresent a member ot the
Were lOaSieU JteiJItxiiutivc - -
ivauai maue an fiuqui Bi'"u,'u
address. The gentleman is chock full
of gg-essive American ideas and is an
-nipnt nnnexationist. He hoped that
. nf thp neater and lesser Re-
for the First Regiment to have a
rhnnr e for some work. Mr. Kaeo said
"Remember the Maine," and expressed
the beiief that the First Regiment, N.
G. H., would give a first-class account
of itself if given the opportunity for
Those who came to the dinner late
and who were called upon for remarks
were Colonel Fisher, Captain Ashley
and G. A. Davis. Captain Smith made
a good talk to the boys and presided
during the evening. There was plenty
of quintette club music and chorus
Captain Smith now enters upon his
fifth term as commander of Campa.ny
A. He went into the military as a
private of this command in January.
1S93, and consequently was through
bom the overthrow and '95 uprising.
In May '93, Captain Smith became a
corporal, in June was elected second
lieutenant, in March of the following
year first lieutenant and in May of '94
captain. For bis commissions he had
passed creditable examinations and
has one of the best drilled companies
in the service. It has been the practice
with Company A to go into camp for
a few days once a year at its own ex
pense. This training has been of much
In the Police Court Saturday
noon the case of Kan Ku for importing
opium was set for May Itth, and that
of a woman for profanity for the 18th.
Keawe was fined $50 and costs for
assault and battery on Kealoha. This
was an aggravated case. In the evi
dence it was brought out that Keawe
went home drunk and tried to strangle
a pet goat. His' grandmother rushed
out and tri?d to remonstrate, but was
thrown off the porch. The grandfather
then came out and the same treatment
was accorded him. After the case was
over Saturday, native like, the old
lady said: "I am so sorry for my
boy. I wish he had not been arrested."
ONCE PATRONIZED ALWAYS
Is the motto of those who visit the
Criterion Barber Shop. Some shors ex
perience a boom of customers for a
time, but sooner or later the business
drops back to the old rut. The reverse
is the case at the Criterion Shop, busi
ness is steadily on the increase.
IQKI-KiN MAYS NOTi'.:?.
The House of Representatives at
Washington has disposed of two im
j portant measures. The Alaskan land
1 bill extending the homestead laws
j and providing for certain railway
j rights of way in the district of Alaska,
as amended by the Senate and agreed
upon in conference, was passed. The
labor measure, providing for arbitra
tion of disputes between employes and
certain common carriers, a bill which
has received very wide endorsement
by the labor organizations throughout
the country, received the approval of
MADRID, May 5. At a Cabinet
council today over which the Queen
Regent presided the Premier, Senor
S.in-n-iTn ex-nlained the war situation
and reported the arrival at Porto Rico j
of the steamer Alfonso XIII., having j
on board, it is said, reinforcements of
troops and a very valuable cargo in
cluding ammunition and supplies. The
Premier also announced the opening of
the Cuban Parliament and the Queen
Regent signed the resources bill. The
Cabinet afterwards held another meet
ing and deliberated upon the financial
situation and measures taken and con
templated to preserve public order in
the localities where disturbances have
Senor Dubose, secretary to Senor
Polo, gave a lecture in Massey hall,
Toronto, on the Cuban question. There
was a large audience. He denied that
the Cuban people had been over taxed
or ill treated and said that the country
was very prosperous and taxation light
up to the time of the outbreak of the
rebellion. He appealed for sympathy
for the Queen Regent.
MADRID, May 5. Considerable anx
iety is expressed here as to the fate of
Porto Rico. It is feared that Admiral
Sampson's squadron has gone to seize
San Juan, the capital of that colony,
and the Spanish coal supply at that
The Relai of Paris says negotiations
are pending which will result in Great
Britain favoring the United States if
the other nations favor Spain by at
tempting to stop the war before the
United States has received satisfaction.
Tne United States, it is said, has prom
ised in return to capture the Canary
Islands and cede them to Great Brit
ain. The schooner Crown, Captain Line
han, has been lost off St. John's Nfld.,
and her crew of 11 drowned. The
cause of the wreck is not known.
A mob of about 8,000 striking miners
have made a tumultuous demonstra
tion at Murira, capital of the Spanish
province of that name, 30 miles from
the port of Carthagena. They shouted
"Death to the thieves," "Down with
the taxes." A force of troops prevent
ed the rioters from moving on the port
of Carthagena. A number of men were
It was announced in the Spanish
Cortes that there will shortly be pub
lished a decree forbidding the export
The supply of the "Celebrated Seat
tle Bock Beer" is rapidly disappearing
in town. The lovers of this nutri
tious spring beverage can obtain it for
a limited time at the Criterion Saloon.
When you get to Skagway
and other Alaska places
you'll find that Schillings
Best baking powder got
there long before. C3l
GOLDEN ROLE BAZAAR!
"Hawaii's Story," by Liliuokalani.
"The Girl from Hong Kong!"
"Lost Counters Falka."
"A Modern Corsair."
"For Her Life."
"In the Shadow of the 'Pyramids."
"Quo Vadis" 25c. Ed.
"Miss Devecreux of the ilarlquita,"
and many others.
FANCY STATIONARY FOR PO
HAWAIIAN MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND SHET MUSIC.
Always tho best values in SCHOOL
316 Fort Street,
t n i : k n n h k n . : .
Our best selling md most satis
factory line of toilet ware in sterl
Made in heavy weights, best of
bristle in the brushes, set in solid
celluloid, making them indestructi
ble. We have five complete patterns
to selet from, including one as low
as the following:
5 n vt
Large Hair Brush, $5;
Large Clothes. Brush, $4;
Large Mirror, $8;
Large Comh, $i;
Certainly low enough for any
Puff Boxes and all Manicure
pieces to match.
Oceanic Gas Eleclfic Co.
Having received a large consignment
of gas apparatus and fixtures and a
numherofGRAPHOPHONES, with full
assortment of RECORDS,, beg leave to
announce that the latt'er will be at
the disposal of the public from 7:30
to 10 p. m.
Records will be made in accordance
with visitors' suggestions.
M. M. Kohn,
112 Hotel street. Corner Hotel and
. ; . IN .
From 2Zc. to $1.00.
Former Prices 73c. to $3.00.
At Exceeding Low Prices
FOR Of3E WEEK.
ALSO, JUST "RECEIVED
FINE GRASS CLOTH
White, Unbleached, Pink, Blue, Laven
der, Yellow and Black.
Come early and get first choice.
E3o. 1 0 st
lies' tied h in us
Offer for Sale:
Cube and Granulated. ' "
PARAFINE TAINT CO.'S
Taints, Compounds and Buildlnj:
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof cold-water paint. In
side and outside; in white and
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grado
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for su
gar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical fertil
izersand finely ground Ikn3
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe
Linen and Jute.
CEMENT, LIME & BRICKS.
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO-
San Francisco. CaL
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, i
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.
. (Manf. "National Cane Shredder").
' New York. U. S. A.
X N. OHLANDT & CO..
San Francisco, CaL
A Model Plant is not complete with
out Electric Power, thus dispensing;
with small engines.
Why not generate your power from
one CENTRAL Station? One gener
ator can furnish power to your Pump,
Centrifugals, Elevators, Plows, Rail
ways' and Hoists; also, furnish light
and power for a radiu3 of from 15 to
Electric Power being used, saves the
labor of hauling coal in your field, also
water, and does away with high-priced
engineers, and only have one engine to
look after in your mill.
Where water power Is available It
costs nothing to generate Electric
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM
PANY is now ready to furnish Electric
Plants and Generators of all descrip
tions at short notice, and also bar; or.
hand a large stock of Wire, Chande
liers and Electrical Goods.
All orders will be given prompt at
tention, and estimates furnished for
Lighting and Power Plants; also, at
tention is given to House and Marlns
THEO. HOFFMAN, Manager.
Monuments and Headstones.
The undersigned is prepared to do
CEMETERY work of all kinds, ts.nl
supply MONUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which he has a great va
riety of the latest and most artistic de
signs, and will also supply stone cop
ing separately for surrounding cerao
Estimates given in Marble, Gra,n$S3k
Hawaiian Stone, etc.
. FltBD. HARRISON; "
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