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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 19, 1S9S.
4 ' -- -.r - w------- -r- MAN OF. THE HOUR FREE! FREE! DOOOOOOOOOOOOCOC ooooc TP 0 o GET IT AT WATERIIOUSE'S o o " o ! ? I! U ,'j i - ' 1 & li I, 'I as little expected to get a suit and top coat ready to wear, to fit me so perfectly at these moderate prices, as to hear of a night watch man dying in the daytime," facetiously remarked a prominent professional man in our store, yesterday, who had just bought a Fifteen Dollar fancy worsted suit and a line Vi cuna silk-lined Spring overcoat bearing this famous label, 7 There are thousands of men in thi9 city just as fastidious as this gentleman is whom we can con vince just as readily if they will but come to our store and give us an opportunity. We tell you the Stein Bloch clothes are the equals and in many respects the superiors of the best made-to-measure garments that can be produced in this city, but you do not have to take it on trust. Come and see for yourself. M. ricINERNY. Merchant and Fort Sts. f 1. V Merest in Visit of Re?. J. A. TO KIDNEY SUFFERERS. Crnzan to the City. ' ! An Opportunity Worthy A T IV T 4. FORT STREET CHURCH PASTOR f ,our 1ut,Lt' VTe say it but not boastful lv that we are showing this season the largest stock and best examples of Millinery produc tions that ever entered Honolulu ashion able Millinery. The trrcatcr nart of our Millinery stock, trimmed and un trimmed, and the trimmincrs and ornaments, were personally selected, thus affording the correct styles, many of which are exclusive. London's latest ideas in Sailors and Hats for Walk ing, Bicycling, Horseback Riding, Golfing and Coaching; fine Milans and handsome Rough Straws, trimmed with wings, quills, ribbons, braids, in jaunty effects. Sailors in white and colors, rough and smooth effects; usual and odd shapes. Flowers and Fancy- Feathers and Ornaments and Millinery Novelties in great abundance and comprehensive variety of our own direct importation, for Spring and Summer. Meets Old Friends Warmly Wel- comed-Wlth C A. R. 'Comrades. . The Dressmaking Department Is in keeping with the Millinery Department. All that is the Latest in Mirror MISS M. Arlington Block, Hotel St. E. KILLEAN, Propr. Honolulu, H. I. Telephone 925. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO. East Corner Fort and King Streets. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries,- Provisions and Feed General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods. ooo New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California, Eastern States and European Markets. Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Goods Delivered to Any Part of the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Island Trade Solicited. P. O. BOX 145. :::::: TELEPHONE 92. M H. H- WILLIA Undertaker and Embalmer. LOVE BUILDING, p34-536 FORT ST. Talanhnna WU! llesldence, KIntr St. near Richards: Telephone S19. -. 1.1 IIH Ill i ... .1 s n. : r: ft Mail tmt'ltiM fr'n fc"1 : (. Isoshi ma 9 The man of the hour in Honolulu yesterday was easily the Rev. J. A. Cru- zan, who arrived from Ililo by the tt -: 4 v.- fnf rest I and recreation form his home at Oa"k- J land, Cal., where he has a ministerial j charge. Rev. J. A. Cruzan was pastor j here for six years of the old Fort j Street Church, when-that prominent j place of worship was located on the J present identical sjte of the new and j noble Progress .Block. Rev. Mr. Cru- j zan was a popular, a magnetic preach- j er. He was eloquent and companion able. Especially was he strong with the young people. This element gath ered round him as if he had been a war lord calling them to arms for the very dearest cause that could be men tioned. When the Fort Street and Bethel congregations were merged into one (the present Central Union), Rev. Mr. Cruzan retired and has been fond ly remembered. Almost every day in Honolulu someone will mention Rev. J. A. Cruzan. He was, and of course still is, distinctly a man of the people. By trade he was a printer, became a most facile writer and has been editor of important and influential publica tions. In America, when yet a boy he joined the troops of the North during the war and served with fidelity. To day he is one of the best known Grand Army men in the United States and a most welcome guest at any of the gatherings of that organization any where. It comes from Hilo that Rev. Mr. Cruzan has been "called" by the trus tees of the Foreign Church of that place. It is very doubtful if he can consider the offer, though he expressed the deepest appreciation over the- com pliment extended. While in Hilo he occupied the Foreign Church pulpit and in a single sermon made a deep and lasting impression. Rev. Mr. Cru zan leaves Honolulu, for his home and family and church at Oakland by the Moana on the 24th inst. It is sincere- v hrmed both in Hilo and Honolulu that he may reutrn again to the Isl ands to work with the people who know him and like him and for wnom lie has the warmest regard. Rev. Mr. Cruzan is now the guest of Mrs. Alex. Young, and will later be en tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Wr. W Hall. aii nf vpstprdav the visitor was mak ing calls and was everywhere greeted n thP most cordial manner, lie was fHnri to renew old friendships and of course old friends were delighted to shake his hand and look into his face and hear his voice again. Last even ing Mr. Cruzan had several engage ments. He was first a visitor to tne local G. A. R. post, with which he was identified when a resident. An ad- rirps was made to the comrades and the post was even more hospitable than usual. There was strongly utter ed the wish that the caller might again become an associate. There was a very large attendance for the mid-week prayer meeting at Central Union. The word had "passed around" that Rev. Mr. Cruzan was to be present. A portion of the prayer meeting was an informal, but a regu lar Honolulu reception to the man so well known to a number of the mem bers of Central Union. Here also Rev. Mr. Cruzan spoke. He is thoughtful and earnest us ever and has the same clear voice and the same grace and ef fectiveness of delivery. On Sunday morning next Rev. Mr. Cruzan will occupy the pulpit at Cen tral Union Church and the pastor, Rev. D. P. Birnie, will assist in the services. This occasion will no doubt be the means of gathering such a congrega tion as is seldom seen in the church and the large auditorium is many times in the course of the year filled to overflowing. Rev. Mr. Cruzan says that he finds Honolulu pleasant as ever, but that ke is greatly surprised at the advances made in the direction of city building. Few places of which he knows have had such rapid and substantial progress. If you suffer with kidney disease or any ailment arising from an improper action of the kidneys or urinary or gans, this offer we make to the people of Honolulu should interest 3'ou. In the advancement of medical science, the kidnevs. beins: almost the organs of the greatest importance to human health, have not been neglected, and in placinc before vou such a cure as Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, the proprietors recognize how far so many statements of the makers of similar preparations have fallen short of their claims, be ing convinced that no remedy for kid ney comnlaints in existence equals Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for such ailments; strengthened in these con victions by letters that are daily re ceived of the work they are do ing for mankind's benefit, old backs and vounsr backs are being constantly freed from never-ceasing aches, and many a lame and shattered one stoop ed and contracted, is strengthened, invigorated and infused with new life WTith such a medicine an offer of this kind can be made without hesitancy, for while we lose the box we give to you, we make- a friend that assists us in the sale of many others. ONE FULL BOX of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills will be eriven awav free to every person suffering with kidney ailments at the undersigned, address. First come, first served, and only this one chance offer- ed. Remember this is not a sample box, but a regular size box of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, which retails at 50 cents. I We Are Able I To Stand o 0 o 0 o 8 Remember Free Distribution One Day Only. Thursday, May 19th, at HOSIER'S m SHE. i III! : IIS! squarely behind every piece of Crockery, Glass ware and Cut Glass we put before you. In calculating cheapness, re member it depends on quality. "WVre cheapest because we're best. THE STRONGEST INDUCE ME NT any 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 you ever heard anything bought of us spoken of except in the most favorable way. That isn't chance it's natural consequence. It's because we carefully se lect our stock. New novelties in aviland China AND Austrian Ware. 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 don't 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 hesitate. ! Retires, I FRAMED 9 OR o UNFRAMED, ! li b t. ifi Mi HO HOTEL ST. Twenty-fourth of lay! A BALL Will be given at Independence Park, opening at S p. m. on May 24, 1893, in celebration of the I HTM OF HER MAJESTY I QUEEN VICTORIA V AND FOR THE 3 Bene ' ASr J.T.WATERHOUSE LACQUER WARE, HANDSOME KIMONOS, PAJAMAS, . RUGS, ETC. ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS. SILKS! SILKS! DOCXX)00X)XXXXXXOOOOC Be Sore and See tbe Plans Don't buy until you have seen our stock. The Goods and rnces will Suit you. of tbe MURATA & CO. Hotel hT., Cor. NrcANr. ALL KINDS OF HATS. BRAKCH HAT STORE, Mann St. PROYIDENT SAYINGS Life Assurance Society Of New York, Before Taking Out a Policy. Telephone, 938. P. O. Box 206. FOR ONE MONTH. REDUCTION SALE. COMMENCING SATURDAY, MAY 21. Ladies' Underwear, 25c. per piece. . Ladies' Underwear, 50c. per piece. Ladies' Undershirts, 2 for 2oc. Ladies' Undershirts, 5c. each. Muslin, all colors, 10 yds., 75c. Ladies' Shoes, 75c. per pair. Ladies' Shirt Waists, 35c. each. Ladies' Stockings, 3 pair for 25c. Calico, 35 yards, $1.00. Cotton Flannel, 10 yds., 75c. Corsets, 35c. each. Boys' Hats (colored), 15c. Lnoe. 12 vds.. 50c. Chinese Silk Handkerchiefs, very low. E. R. ADAMS, No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent. Decoration Day IS NEAR AT HAND, iii oi me Brill; socifiiy. Tickets $2.50 each, admitting a gen tleman and ladies. For sale at the usual places and by authorized mem bers of the Committee. Low Prices Prevail. Since our introduction of low prices and first quality our competitors tell people that the goods are old or spoiled. YOU CAN HAVE YOUR MONEY BACK IF THEY DON'T SUIT. What better guarantee that tha goods are right? Is not this enough to induce you to make a change of grocers? OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST. Never do vro charge more. This week Doxse Brand of Long Island LITTLE NECK CLAIIS Mb. Cans, 20c. Portland, Maine, LITTLE NECK CLAflS 2-Lb. Cans, 25c. P. J. YOELLER & Co. FORT & HOTEL ST. CHU YIP & Co, Nuuanu St., opp. W. W. Ahana. &j&0ZmltlAT MANUFACTURER, KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke. Every Style of Straw Hat Made to Order. SILK GOODS, LACQUER WARE, CROCKERY WARE, HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, ETC. EAD THE ADV SER A New Department. Visitors to B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s store today were somewhat surprised to see the back counter on the lower side of the store shifted around. The reason for this move is that the counter will be taken away as well as a part of the shelving to allow handsome millinery cases to take their place. It is the in tention of Ehlers & Co. to introduce and keep a full line of millinery and the portion spoken of above will be utilized for that purpose. This de partment will be divided off from the main portion of the store by railings, two entrances, etc., thus making it secluded from the balance of the main floor. Ehlers & Co. have been contem plating this move for some time and the demand has necessitated this change immediately. Just when this department will be open to the public has not be decided upon as yet, as the fixtures, cases and railings will be made to' order and on an elaborate scale. The announcement of the open ing will be given later. FOR HATCHING. From the following PURE-BRED Fowls of the choicest strains at my Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Buff Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White Leehorns. Black Minorcas, Andaiusi- an, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wyan dottes and English S. G. Dorkings, Pprkin Ducks and Bronze Turkeys. Primps furnished upon application. Favors from the other Islands will re ceive prompt and carefula ttention. A few choice Fowls ior saie. WALTER C. WEEDON, 314 Fort St., Honolulu. Ii. KOTt pee. Merchant : Tailor. 6231.& Fort St., Opp. Club Stables. FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA SONABLE RATES. RnHa ripnned and repaired. Satis faction guaranteed. The Advertiser delirered to any part of the city for 73 cents a month. HAWAIIAN STONE MONUMENTS and CEMETERY WORK (in detail). CARVING AND INSCRIPTIONS. Prompt and careful service given to all work intrusted to me. ARTHUR HARRISON, Queen and Fort Streets. Wifeh Washington Feed Co. ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP & CO. Bankers TRANSACT A GENERAL. BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS California Horses. MATCHED TEAMS, FAMILY. HACK AND SADDLE HORSES. Orders Taken for All Classes of Horses. STABLES, King St., Opp. Singer's Bafcery J. A. AUDONALD. P. O. Box 42:7. M. W. AlcCHESNEY & SONS. Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Leather and Shoe Findings. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued, available in all the principal cities of the world. 1A0 STABLES STAGE LINE Between Wailnku and lahaina, Hani. Agents Honolulu Soap Works Company and Honolulu Tannery. WING WO TAI & CO. 214 NUUANU STREET Staere leaves Wailuku depot on the arrival of the 10:30 A. M. train, for LAHAINA. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridavs. Returning to WAiLL'KU i from Lahaina on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in time to connect witn the 1-30 P. M. tram for Kahului, Spreckelsville and Paia. Fares and packages at reasonaoie . i r-tT j ; .1 terms. First class drivers spienuiu road. I AO STABLES, Wailuku, Maui. A. DEREGO & SONS, Proprietors. Ivory, Lacquer, Silver and Crockery Wares, Screens, Vases, Rattan Chairs, Crepes, Silks, Cigars, Etc., Etc. Is the Drink If You Want a Good E. R. ADAMS, Agent Hawaiian Islands. AT MRS. DICKSON'S OFFICE, Woman's Exchange, you can hare a good shampoo. Take your hair comD ings there to be made into a switch, your soiled Panama or straw hats, gloves, ribbons, etc., to be cleaned; also dresses, sponged and pressed.