THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEH : HONOLULU, MAT 17 159S.
Sugar 4 3-10.
Same as by Zealan-Messenge-r
Health and how to keep well and ;
live long Mrs. Hanna. j
Cable was the chief topic at the Cab- i
inet meeting yesterday morning.
Session Laws Nos. 2.", 20, 27 and 2S
are published "liy Authority" this j
morning. " !
ThA invitation tennis tournament !
scheduled for yesterday afternoon was
There will hf a regular r lass meeting
this evening of Aloha Branch, Theoso
The posloflice seemed short-lianded
last night and distribution of letters
was very slow.
J. T. Lund puts locks, sewing ma
chines, lawn mowers and typewriters
in the best of condition.
Only thirteen days more to take ad
vantage of C. Ft. Collin's, deep cut in
prices of hor.se supplies.
M'dinc VhiUips o? this cHy and "NWss
ZoJfnsky war: wedded in San Francis
co at noon ot the 10 Ynst,
On the Makiki cricket pitch last Sat
urday, A. St M. Mackintosh's team
bested H. L. Herbert's eleven.
The Gazette ( semi-weekly) is ready
at the news stands and publication
olfice for mailing abroad this morning.
According to the official records Dr.
IVIcGrew, Capt. Makee and Allan Her
bert were the "fathers" of Kapiolani
The S. S. Zealandia leavvs for San
Francisco at noon today, the mail
closing one hour earlier. The band
will be at the wharf.
Chas. P. Kali in and Dan WhitmatT
ill open a bic-y.-le store "in the quari
ters at present occupied by Druce War
ing & Co., Fort street.
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. Avill be held Tuesday atter
noon at 2:30 o'clock in the parlors of
the Central Union Chinch.
The Chief Justice is informed that
his son James, Yale medical has "been
accepted for service in a Red Cross
Corps with the XT. S. army.
United States Consul-General Hay
wood said last night that a large quan
tity of coal for his Government was
alloat en route to Honolulu.
Athletes who take the initiative in
such matters are in doubt as to -whether
there should be a field day before
or immediately after June 11.
D. G. Camarinos reports that so far
the City Messenger Service seems to be
a go. One of the first "packages" car
ried by a boy was a live turkey.
The object of A. E. Murphy & Co. is
to give infinate satisfaction in all
transaction which interest their pat
rons. They offer value for -value.
Lai Chun, a Chinese hack driver,
was arrested by Lieutenant Holi yes
terday afternoon for leaving his hack
m Chinatown wivnout securing tne
There -will be a regular meeting of
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F., to
night" for work in the Initiatory De
cree. All members are requested to be
There has been published a beauti
ful song "Hawaii Nei," with the ha
mony by Mrs. John F. Bowler of this
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Vliy uuu Uie wuius uy unanuiie ii.ai:y
vThere are no sailing orders for the
United States Gunboat Bennington.
She remains here indefinitely. The
Bennington had searchlight practice
Much complaint is made of the Nuu
anu Valley road. The stones of the
macadam are still there, but the earth
washed awav br the floods has not
Judge Stanley and a jury had rather
a tiresome time of it yesterday with
a case concerning the sale of a work
horse. The disputants were Portu
guese and an interpreter served.
This trip marks the fourth time in
five years of the arrival of the Gaelic
from San Francisco before the morning
of the seventh day. The record was
looking up at the postoffice yesterday.
If Mr. Oat is relieved from the local
postmastership and becomes postmas
ter general in fact he will spend much
of his time in tours of the Islands for
visits to offices and careful inspection.
The ball to be given in celebration
of the birthday of Queen Victoria will
be given at Independence Park on the
evening May 24 at S p. m. Proceeds
are for the benefit of the British Bene
The Palama Co-operative Grocery
Co., Ltd., announce that they are ready
to see their old customers and any
new ones. Prompt attention given to
all orders by telephone or, mail. A
trial order solicited. I
The Drill Shed meeting to arrange
for public entertainment of American
troops en route to Philippines will be
held tomorrow evening. This was
stated bv Geo. W. Smith, the provi
sional chairman, yesterday.
Jack Kalakiela, clerk at the receiving
station has gone to Koolau for a two
weeks' vacation. His place will be
taken by Kaili, of the Bicycle Patrol,
who has recently came out of the hos
pital after a month's illness.
There is now talk among the mem
bers of the Honolulu team of giving
Lemon, their pitcher, a short rest and
of putting Toyo Jackson in his place.
Jackson is a remarkably good pitcher
and, with a little practice, will be able
to hold down the box in good shape.
Even with threatening weather and
nervousness at steamer expectancy,
the band had a large crowd for the
concert at Emma Square last evening.
The program was a good one, with the
solos by Miss Kanoho and Chas. Kreu
ter as features. The patriotic airs
-were well received. J
Is the best breakfast cereal
in the market, because it
gives satisfaction, and one
does not tire of it.
Three Honolulu boys are leaving the
Iron Works to try San Francisco.
Among the returned kamaainas on
the Gaelic last night were: Miss Sar
ah Carter, Oscar Herold with his bride,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Suhr, Mr. and Mrs.
James Dodd, Vm. Mutch, H. F. Wich
raan and Dr. O. E. Wall.
Weather, clear; Tmd, light N. K.
NEW GOODS DIRECT
FROM NEW YORK.
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
Vple 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.
The Manufacturers' Shoe
At Ni.vv York Prices.
TVV are now opening an immense
stocks of New Goods, personally se
lected by our MR. G1RDLER in New
York City, v;hkh we offer at unheard
SHIRT WAISTS. SHIRT WAISTS.
An unequalled assortment, in stripes,
plaids, blacks, made in the very latest
See the Waists wo offer at 65 cents.
SILK "WAISTS. SILK "WAISTS.
Latest "patterns, at prices that will
Kew designs, full yard wide, 10 and
12 yards for $1.00
MEW, LATE NOVELTIES.
Plaited Neck Rnchings in all coIots.
New assortment of Side Combs.
The Latest in Ladies' Neckwear.
Ladies' Puff Scarfs, in all colors.
New Band Bows, New Ties.
Plaited Chiffons, New Ribbons.
New Veilings and ready made Veils.
A new line Corset Covers, in all
The New Slrort Corsets rm all sites.
VIRTUE HAS ITS OYiN REWARD,
il. I sachs Dm Goods Co
520 FORT STREET. . :
JAS. F. MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
IB Hi REAL ESIflTE
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
bellavs and is equally perfect as a
hand or tripod can? era. It has an in
dex for focusing and when used with
plates may be fociased on the ground
These new foKrlng KoSaks are the
most compact, practical, instruments
oa the market. Every lense in these
cam-sras are carefully tested, and sam
ples 'Of their work can .be seen. It is
Tealij a surprise that a Kodak that will
take a 4 by 5 -picture, with such im-'
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
1 LOT ON BERET AN I A: STREET,
near Thomas Square: 120 feat
on Beretania street; 290 feet
deep; 120 feet on Kinau street.
-PREMISES OF MR. C. F. WOLFE,
Piikoi street, containing 1 76
100 acres: Grounds planted
with Fruit Trees, Oranges,
Limea, Peaches, Grapes, Pears,
Cherries, Etc. Water laid
throughotti. An elegant piece
provtments can be sold for .
are always pleaded to show goods.
Developing and printing done by ex
Rear Admiral Dewey has done him
self proud in the Philippines and earn-
ed for himself the deserving title of
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
In order to do this it is necessary
to be more than careful in tne 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
TJon't fail to visit this store during
the renovation sale you will agree
with us that t point you to do so.
Latest styles in
White and Colored Organdies,
Fine line of
"White and Colored
Latest patterns in
Chiffons, Muslin du Sua
Valenciennes Laces. Ribbons
Hosiery, in plaids and stripes.
Agents EASTMAN KODAK CO.
To be proud
of his achievements
and you help him
to feel pride in
Our aim is
to start him off
worthy of his
The correctly chiseled
have to come from
We are sculptors
hold our Art
at a much
0 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr
Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
JUS.T ARRIVED PER ZE&LAHDIA:-
Whole Wheat Flour,
and Graliam Flour
In 10 and o0 lb. sacks.
In lb. sacks and all sorts of meal
Merchants mid taissi
WASHINGTON FEED CO.
COR. FORT & QUEEN STS.
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 all parts of
the world, to ensure direct distribu
tion to the public in the original
packets. It is uniform and unequalled
ntrw-xl tr retain
I ill nuani , uuu - . ----
. its original flavor, tliereby deserving
recognition as the very best Tea that
has yet been placed in the hands of
: MY GENERAL :
: liEFAIR SHOP. :
Typewriters, Lawn Mowers,
Sewing Machines, Locks, etc., put
hi the best possible condition.
Opp. Oub Stables. Fort Street.
H. MAY & CO..
little old Mi mm
-:- 9S FORT
Telephone, 22 : :
: P. O. Box, 47fc
Swisses, $ t r r:Rnn rp &( QWfcmr?
hares of Stock
II AWN. ELECTRIC CO.
PEOPLE'S ICE CO.
INTER-IS LAND S. N. CO.
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
Just received per "A. J. Fuller" the following articles in
- COFFEE POTS.
BEAN POTS. :
FLOWER BASKETS. .
GLAZED FLAT BOTTOMED PANS.
IS L Ifl
MISS ANNA GORDON.
INTRODUCTION BY -
LADY HENRY SOMERSET.
Large Shipment Just Received.
"W". "X TB
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 vre
are now booking subscription at Club
Our representative, Mr. J. L. Mc
Comb, will be pleased to call with pros
pectus of the above Book.
312 Fort Street.
HOtei street - Rnhinnn RlnrV.
P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973.
HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT.
!L!LJ illJL-"1?!!!!!?"" "" """" " r , in. niiii.n. u. ...m ninwfc-
1 1. W. Schmidt &l Sons
k, and reduced ail
Telephone your ordr to the
Subscription Book Dept.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
AH Kinds of Shirts,
Collars and Cuffs.
Wholesale and Retail Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants
now orter the latest styles of
AT 5 CENTS PER YARD,
And other goods in proportion. Also, ex "Zealandia,"
fine assortment of
FISH WET OURTAIM,
W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
VON HOLT BLOCK. KING ST.
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