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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 23, 1S9S.
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I as little expected to get a suit and top coat
ready.to wear.Lto fit me so perfectly at these
moderate prices, as to hear of a night watch
man dying in the daytime,"
Jacetiouslyjemarked a prominent professional man in our
store, yesterday, who had just bought a Fifteen Dollar
fancy worsted suit and a fine Vi
cuna silk-lined Spring overcoat
bearing this famous label, gkJ
There are thousands of men in
this 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.
Merchant and Fort Sts.
A HONOLULU WIN
MRS. C. B. WILSON.
Wilder and Llshman Were Absent
Pitcher Jackson Starts In Well.
Close Playing: on Both Sides.
"We say it but not boastful
ly that we are showing this
season the largest stock and best
examples of Millinery produc
tions that ever entered Honolulu.
The greater part of our Millinery stock, trimmed and un-J Dayton knocked a three bagger bring
trimmed, and the trimmings 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.
The Dressmaking Department
Is in keeping with the Millinery Department.
All that is the Latest in
Although void of much excitement
or enthui3asm, the game of baseball
between the Regiment and Honolulu
teams, played on the Makiki baseball
grounds Saturday afternoon was un
doubtedly the best played this season.
There was nothing spasmodic as in the
previous games, but a steady pull for
success on both sides was manifest.
The Regiments were minus two of
their best men Wilder and Lishman
but it is doubtful if they could have
Sudden Death of a Hawaiian
j Lady Prominent for Many Years.
Early Satuhday morning the spirit
inof Mrs. C. B. Wilson took flight. The
death was a sudden one, the lady hav
; ing been but a few days ill. Mrs.
j Wilson was born in Honolulu. Her
name before her marriage to the ex
marshal was Evelyn Townsend and
she was a companion to Liliuokalani.
Mrs. Wilson was mentioned many
times and in most complimentary
terms in the book lately published by
the former Queen of the Islands There
survives Mrs. Wilson, her husband.
C. B. Wilson and son. John H. The son
now one of the city's successful busi
ness men, was the special pride of his
mother. The late Mrs. Wilson was a
woman of education, tact and most ex
cellent Qualities. Her circle of friends
included the limits of the Islands and
beyond the seas. In the society in
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won even with these men. it was)
whispered about quite extensively that j leader and those who came to know
the Regiments "allowed" the Hono- j her best were her most ardent admir-
lulus to win. For what reason, u isi Pr, nurins the imprisonment here
hard to explain, although several were . of Liliuokaiani jn
given. The tact that tne itegimenu s
fo , ,t. -., was chosen
piayers ueuy tins aim uiui xiai l u
substituted in Bower's place in the
fourth inning would go to argue other
wise. The Regiments played for all
there was in it and so did the llono-
liiiins. Tnvn .Tno-kson was nut in as;
pitcher for the Honolulus and, al
though a little wild in the beginning,
beat the record of Hart and Bower
put together in the matter of strike
outs. He is a cool headed fellow in
the box and is a most valuable addi
tion to the wearers of the blue and
white. The teams with their positions
and in order of batting were as fol
ows: Honolulu Willis, 1 b.; Luahiwa, r.
f.; Pryce, 1. f.; Mahuka, 2 b.; Gleason,
s. s.; Kaanoi, c. f.; Dayton, c; Jack
son, p.; Thompson, 3 b.
Regiment Moore, 2 b.; Jones, c. f.;
Hart, s. s.; Scanlon, 1 b.; Bower, p.;
Kiley, 1. f.; Davis, c; Gorman, -3 b.;
Vincent, r. f. (Vincent substituted by
J. O. Carter, Jr. in the sixth inning.)
In the first inning neither side
scored. Jackson made a fine catch of
a difficult ball sent in the direction of
short by Scanlon.
The Regiments did not play very
well in the second inning. . Gleason
got first on balls and came home on
a wild throw by Bower io first. Kaa
noi got first on a fumble by Moore and
MISS M. E. KILLEAN, Propr.
Arlington Block, Hotel St. Honolulu, H. I. Telephone 925.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.
East Corner Fort and King Streets.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries. Provisions and
General Agents for the Sanitarinm Brand of Health Foods.
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.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST.
Residence, Klnc St. near Richards: Telephone S 19.
m.iw. j ikiii j ii 1 1 n iunw i n m uii ii i m ii ii ihh.imij ui
1S95 Mrs. Wilson
by the ex-Queen as best
friend and the relations between them
were of the closest and most eonfi
dential nature. In the old court days
here Mrs. Wilson was prominent both
on account of her own position as a
lady in waiting and her husband's
The funeral of Mrs. Wilson was
held yesterday afternoon. It was very
largely attended, friends coming from
all sections of the district in great
numbers. The floral tributes sent and
brought included hundreds of leis,
bouquets and pieces.
The funeral services were held from
Kawaiahao Church and interment was
in the family plot in Kawaiahao ceme
tery. The religious ceremonies were
by Rev. II. H. Parker, assisted by Rev.
GET IT AT
O W hich became a law in the united
0 States on July 24, iSoy, places the
J duty on
3 AGATE AND
J STEEL WARE ....
5 at forty per cent, ad valorem. Para-
graph 159, Schedule C says:
( " Sheets, plates, wares, or articles
3 of iron, steel or other metal, enam-
Q eled or glazed with vitreous glasses
D forty per centum ad valorum."
Q This means that
g AGATE AND STEEL WH
0 for use in your culinary department
O which now comes in duty free from
0 the United States and 10 per cent.
Q from other countries,
v In the event of
O the prices, on account of the increas-
Sed duty, are bound to advance. By
fortunate foresight on our part in
0 placing a large order for this line of
Q goods, we can offer you a very com
0 plete assortment of
ing in Kaanoi. Jackson knocked a
home run but failed to touch third on
his race around and could not get
back before the ball's arrival at that
place. Dayton came home, this mak
ing a score of three runs. The Regi
ments went out in one, two, three
In the third inning Mahuka got
caught in the ribs with the ball and
took first. Gleason flew out to Kiley
who sent the ball to first for Mahuka,
making a double plr.y. Again the
Regiments failed to score.
Hart entered the box in the fourth
inning and gave iour men Dase on
balls. Three runs resulted. The Re
giments added another goose-egg to
the string of three.
The tables -were turned in the fifth
inning, i ne tionoiuius iaiiea to score.
A wild throw to first by Jackson,
brought in Kiley and Davis for the
In the sixth inning both teams got
down on their hands and not a run
was scored on either side.
The Honolulus could not score in the
seventh. The substitution of Jock
Carter for Vincent in this inning w-as.
a signal of success for the Regiments.
When he appeared at the bat with
head bared and feet firmly planted,
the first enthusiastic applause from the
grandstand was heard. He had some
thing peculiar on his bat for Willis
could not stop the grounder sent to
first. Moore got base on balls and
Jones sent a hot one through Gleason's
legs for three bases, sending in Carter
The Honolulus scored two more runs
in the eighth inning. Scanlon for the
Regiments was caught at first by Day
ton after trying to steal second.
In the ninth inning neither side
scored, the game closing with a score
of 8 to 4 in favor of the Honolulus.
Following is the score by innings:
Honolulu 03030002 08
Regiment 0 0002020 04
Many old soldiers now feel the ef
fects of the hard service they endured
during the war. Mr. Geo. S. Anderson,
of Rossville, York county, Penn., who
saw the hardest kind of service at the
front, is now frequently troubled with
rheumatism. "I had a severe attack
lately," he says, "and procured a bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It did
so much good that I would like to
know what you would charge me for
one dozen bottles." Mr. Anderson
wanted it both for his own use and to
supply it to his friends and neighbors,
as every family should have a bottle
of it in their home, not only for rheu
matism, but lame back, spalns, swell
ings, cuts, bruises and burns, for
which it is unequaled. For sale by all
Druggests and Dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd., wholesale Agents fpr H. I.
Ye Vain Chinee.
A new and interesting trophy in the
old curiosity shop at the Police Sta
tion is the false bottom opium trunk
turned over from the quarantine sta
tion by Jack McVeigh recently to
Marshal Brown. The false bottom is
in two sections of separate containers
of copper. These flat little reservoirs
held about five pounds each of the
contraband drug. The arrangement
was extremely ingenious. The China
man caught was willing to forfeit
$750 to get out of the scrape, but
when he found that jail for a month
went with the fine of $300, promptly
appealed the case and secured bond.
A PHOTOGRAPH is a page in his
tory; a page in the history of every
family in the land. The worth and
beauty of a photograph besides its
artistic qualifications, is its lasting
DAVEY'S life size Paris Enamels,
the latest process in photography,
equal to a high class painting and far
p. o. Box 4.
Palama Co-operative Grocery Co.
The Company Store is Now Open for
the Transaction of Business
And we shall be pleased to wait
upon our old customers who so gen
erously patronized the former Palama
Grocery. New patrons will also be
offered every inducement to place
their orders with us. Orders by tele
phone or through the mails will re
ceive prompt attention. Don't forget
our motto was and always will be that
"A nimble six nence is better than a
lazy half crown."
Manager Palama Co-operative Gro
cery, Ltd., Opposite Railway Depot,
Honolulu, May 6, 189S.
KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke.
Every Style of Straw Hat Made to Order.
SILK GOODS, LACQUER WARE, CROCKERY WARE,
HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, ETC.
J. J. Egan was busy all of Satur
day evening, up to the time of clos
ing in decorating his makai window.
The ceiling is of blue bunting with
gold stars, while the sides, back and
floor are white and red bunting. Gents
furnishings are distributed promis
ciously. In the center is a handsome
palm set in a still handsomer porcelain
vase, which makes a fine contrast to
the other decorations. The window
attracted a large crowd of pedestrians.
A dry scalp causes dandruff dan
druff causes the clothing to become
soiled. A minute or two each morn
ing and evening devoted to the apply
itit rvf run Dandruff Killer does the
Put up in one size bottles only.
THE SILENT BARBER 5 HOP.
PACHECO & FERNANDEZ, Proprs.
Arlington Block, Hotel St.
11 ill He in
While the stock and assort
ment is large it cannot last
forever, and our suggestion
O would be to you to lay in
whatever you need, then in
case annexation does come
S you will profit by it.
J. I III
Be Sore and See tbe Plans
Life Assurance Society
Of Hew York, '
Before Taking Out a Policy.
E. R. ADAMS.
No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent.
HIGH GRADE PHOTOS
Williams' photos show they've been
made by artists. Only artists could
turn out such invariably pleasing work.
Every part of them the pose, the like
ness, the dainty style of finishing
shows the skill and care that is
brought to bear on these photos.
See if the photos we make for you
are not the best you've ever had made.
ii Bros: Ati le:
HO HOTEL ST.
Twenty-fourth of May!
Will be given at Independence Tark,
opening at 8 p. m. on May 24, 183S,
in celebration of , the
HUB' HOT STUDIO.
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.
Quen and Fort Streets.
With Washington Feed Co.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
The GAZETTE (semi-weekly) is issued
on Tuesdays and Fridays.
BIRTHDAY OF HER MWl
AND FOR THE
it oi i Biin Benevolent
Tickets $2.50 each, admitting a ccn
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 prlcea
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 chancre of grocers? OUR
PRICES ARE LOWEST. Never do we
Doxse Brand of Long Island
LITTLE NECK CLAflS
1-Lb. Cans, 20c.
LITTLE NECK CLAflS
2-Lb. Cans, 25c.
P. J. YOELLER & Co.
FORT & HOTEL ST.
FAMILY. HACK AND
Orders Taken for All Classes of Horses.
STABLES, King St., Opp. Singer's Bafcery
j. a. 'Mcdonald.
P. O. Box 42.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SOUS.
Wholesale Grocers and Dealers In Leather and
Agents Honolulu Soap Works Company
and Honolulu Tannery.
WING WO TAI & CO,
214 NUUANU STREET
Ivory, Lacquer, Silver and Crockery
Wares, Screens, Vases, Rattan
Chairs, Crepes, Silks, Cigars,
Is the Drink If You Want a
E. R. ADAMS,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
AT. MRS. DICKSON'S OFFICE,
Woman's Exchange, you can have a
good shampoo. Take your hair comb
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.