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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 25 , 1S9S.
7 LOCAL BREVITIES. New line ribbons Mrs. Hanna. Mariposa this morning with "all kinds of news." A. E. Murphy & Co. have an inter esting story in their space today. J. M. Monsarrat, attorney for Joseph Marsden, has a mortgagee's notice in this issue. There will be cricket practice at the residence of the British Commissioner this afternoon. Deputy Marshal Hitchcock, wife and family, returned from Molokai on the Mauna Loa yesterday. There was not a little special flag display around town yesterday on ac count of the Queen's birthday. Passengers on steamers coming into the harbor during the day say that the town looks fine in its gala dress. An effort is being made to persuade Artist Hubert Vos to exhibit at a Kilohana Art League reception. Attorney-General Smith is prouder of being a grandpa than of coming out ahead in a close legislative vote. Judge Perry's Court did not take a holiday yesterday. A land case con tinued to "drag its weary length." Vm. Smithies has charge of the offi cial program for the 11th of June. He will make this a most attractive hit. Dr. P. S. Kellogg is at Hilo for the purpose of taking passage to San Fran cisco on the sailing vessel Roderick Dhu. For the next ten days J. J. Egan will sell his entire line of woolen dress goods at prices that will defy com petition. Cyclomere track and grandstand still remain and there may be some wheel racing after the Jockey Club meetinij at Kapiolani park. Col. G. F. Little will be Memorial Day orator at Hilo. The attorney and G. A. It. man performed similar ser vice here last year. Among yesterday's arrests was Ke ahi for larceny in the second degree. He is charged with taking things, from the residence of Sam Stone. Some of the strict partisans of the Honolulu baseball team declare that the Regiments will not be allowed to win another game this season. The House of Representatives will be called to order at 9 a. m. today in stead of 10 a. m.- as heretofore. This will continue until the end of the ses sion. F. Ernest Thrum is to make a 'trip from Hilo to New York in a sugan ship in the hope of having his health benfltted by the voyage around the Horn. S. B. Rose of the Wilder Steamship Company, who has been spending a vacation in Kau, returned on the Mau na Loa yesterday with very pleasant remembrances of his trip. Representative Isenberg has blos somed out as the forestry champion of the House, with Representative Mc Candless as rather conservative and somewhat doubting on the subject. . The piano at the Officers' Club, in the bungalow, is being tuned to fit the voices of George Ashley, Paul Smith, Chas. McCarthy, Andrew Brown and other song birds of the organization. Mr. W. G. Irwin has been confined to his house for several days, by a slight attack of the prevailing com plaint. Yesterday he was better, and was able to drive out for a short time. These gentlemen have been added to the Boys in Blue Entertainment Committee: W. F. L. Stanley, A. St. M. Mackintosh, Armstrong Smith, Byron O. Clark, C. S. Hall, Jon. Effin ger. A. A. Montano, proprietor 'of the Kaaipu Dairy has not raised the price of milk. He can supply all with fresh pure milk twice per day at 10 cents per quart. lie is satisfied with the present rate. Marshal Brown has issued an im perative order forbidding the sale, by the ticket, or any other system, of liquor at any social gathering. The regulation comes on account of fights at the Drill Shed one night last week. Henry Vierra, Jackson, McGuire and others are getting up a variety show to be given at the Opera House on the night of June 11. There will be Chi nese and Irish sketches, plantation melodies and special Hawaiian music. Camarinos said yesterday that he wanted to go on record once and for all as declaring that the messenger ser vice had "come to stay." The auth orities have not yet included the ser vice within the scope of the license act. On account of so many of the mem bers of P. H. Brooks Company No. 1, Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, having business engagements this ev ening, the regular monthly drill is postponed for one week. This is offi cial. E. C. Macfarlane has found in the community a hearty response- to his appeal for advertisement of Hawaii at the Omaha Exposition. Mr. Macfar lane is told by business men that the scheme of providing literature must be put through. Fred. B. Oat is quite ill Avith a stom ach trouble. Andrew Adams is on the sick list with a similar ailment. Jas. 1 Dowsett. whose illness has been re ported several times, is now consid erably better. He was able yester day to be out of doors. J F. Morgan will hold an auction sale of household furniture today at 10 o'clock a. m., at the residence of Mr. James Berry, 10G7 Beretania street. The furniture comprises oak ind ash bedroom sets, chairs and rock ers curtains and portiers, dining room table and kitchen furniture and uten- Sllt the Central Union Church next Monday evening, Colonel Evans, S. A., will srpeak on the "Social and Spiritu al Work of the Salvation Army." The colonel will arrive from the Coast to dav On Sunday evening he will con duct the service in the Salvation Army hall at the corner of King and Xuu-anti. SEMOLA f Is having a sale on the Pacific Coast (f unparalleled by any 0 breakfast cereal in the market. Captain King, Minister of Interior, is at the Volcano house and his health is improving every day. j The Medical Association of Hawaii will meet this evening at the offices of Drs. Myers and Andrews in the Maso nic Temple. AValter M. Giffard of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., returns from a vacation spent on Hawaii with ruddy-face and a lively air. Mr. Giffard was much bene fitted by his rest. ''The proqFE:ssiVE:STOFEr' EVERY ECONOjMICAL EYE TURNS TOWARDS OUR AD. We are always busy selling FIXE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. OUR SUCCESS IS DUE: 1st To offering only better quali ties. 2d. To selling at the lowest prices possible. Cd; Small Profits satisfy. We are now selling GINGHAMS, best quality, in checks, 18 yards for $1. FLANNELETTES, good assortment to select from, 15 yards for $1. Percales, full yard wide, all new pat terns, 12 and 10 yards for $1. PRINTS, 23 yards for $1. UNBLEACHED COTTON, 27 inches, 25 yards for $1. UNBLEACHED COTTON, full yard wide, 20 yards for $1. WHITE COTTON, extra quality, full yard wide, IS and 16 yards for $1. ART DENIMS, new assortment of co'ors, full yard wide, 20 cents. A new line of SILKOLINES, new de signs, 12 yards for $1. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, all sires, perfect fitting, 65 cents. Y 1. s. s iv Goods go. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS. F. MORGAN 8! 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. ID REAL FOR SALE. k t Real EstcTte FOR PRIVATE SALE. 1 LOT ON BERETANIA STREET, near Thomas Square: 120 feet on Beretania street; 290 feet deep; 120 feet on Kinau street. 2 PREMISES OF AIR. C. F. WOLFE, "' Piikoi street, containing 1 76 100 acres: Grounds planted with Fruit Trees, Oranges, Limes, Peaches, Grapes, Pears, Cherries, Etc. Water laid throughout. An elegant piece ) of property. Shares of Stock OAIIU ASSESSABLE. HAW'N. ELECTRIC CO. PEOPLE'S ICE CO. INTER-ISLAND S. N. CO. WILDER'S S. S. CO. . OAHU PLANTATION. or BULLETIN OF NEW BOOKS. Following the Equator by Mark Twain. The Desert Drama by Conan Doyle. Simon Dale by Anthony Hope. The Choir Invisible by James Lane Allen. An Island God by Gurdon Mum ford. . Jerome by Mary E. Wilkins. St. Ives by Robert Louis Stevenson. Capt. Courageous by Rudyard Kip ling. Soldiers of Fortune by Richard Harding Davis. The Manxman by Hall Caine. Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain. The War of the Worlds by II Wells. Quo Vadis by Sienkiewicz. The Great Stone of Sardis- Stockton. The Seven Seas by Kipling. The Christian by Hall Caine. Four for n Fortune by Albert Lee The Red. Bridge Neighborhood by G. by All of the above, and many more, just received by WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. nquisitionl il 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. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., FORT STREET, . m ... -i j - . PHOTOGRAPH THE BOYS IN BLUE With an Eastman Kodak. You'll en joy taking the snap shots of marching troops, decorations, ships, etc. Lots of fun in store for one armed with a Kodak. Cost too much, you say? No. There's where you are mistaken. You can get. a Kodak from us from 4 up. They are ail good; every instrument tested. Why not get one today? Come in anyway and have a chat with us about them. bron Dru AGENTS. King and Fort. FORT STREET WILL DEFY COMPETITION For the next ten days, in order to close out the entire line, all woolen dress goods will be offered at prices that will defy competition. The line comprises HENRIETTAS, SERGES, ALBATROSSES, MERINOS, FANCY. PLAIDS, FRENCH FLANNELS. The stock is made up of strictly fresh goods in the very latest designs This sale should.be of the greatest moment, as we again assert that the prices cannot be touched anywhere in town for like quality of goods. We feel that an inspection of the goods, quality.' style and price will be sufficient inducement to purchase PGAN FORT STREET. $45 BICYC $45 Large Shipment Just Received. 'EARS0N & nOBRON 9 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. JZTK Jsac Hotel Street - P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973. Robinson Block. Ex Argyle- LATEST STYLE YAMATOYA SHIRTS In Silk and Crepe, White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs, and all Silk Goods Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants A Man of Thirty Came in today leading his four-year old son. Said his father did. the same for him. He's been our customer since. History in good clothes repeats itself. 4Ji imf 9 Hotel Street Waver! ey Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue.' We Make Shirts to Order. JUST ARRIVED PER ZEALAKDIA: Whole Wheat Flour, and Graham Flour In 10 and GO lb. sacks. ROLLED WHEAT, ROLLED OATS. In 7 lb. sacks and all sorts of meal stuffs. wasbingtoTpeeb CO. COR. FORT & QUEEN STS. Telephone 422. THE BEST THING IN TOWN. : MY GENERAL i : REPAIR SHOP. : l0.ll.ihlE (Limited.) Agents. v r . - 1 ..V Typewriters, Lawn Mowers, Sewing Alachines, Locks, etc., put in the best possible condition. J. T. LUND'S, Opp. Club Stables. Fort:Street. . Telephone 30.8. Ceylon, . formerly famed for Us spices and later for its coffee, has, during recent years been equally fam ed for its choice and delicately flavor ed Teas'. . In this direction, China is being rapidly beaten by its youthful competitor, as witness the following figures taken from "Hazell's Annual." GREAT BRITAIN'S TEA IMPORTS: 1S77 China . . . .132.000.000 lbs. Ceylon Nil. ISOfi China 28,000,000 lbs. Cevlon 70.000,000 lbs. HimrfflUL Ceylon's Choices MANILACIGARS. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. H. MAY & CO., iottle ui Mi Mm -:- 93 FORT STREET. -:-Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box, 47. J, - J.urrtifZit-uXXlY- m t 1 ii ii una 10 1 11. Just received per "A. J. Fuller" the following articles in STONEWARE: i BUTTER JARS. WATER JARS. a PRESERVE JVRS. FRENCH POTS. COEEEE POTS. BEAK POTS. FLO AVER POTS. FLOWER BASKETS. WATER KEGS. WATER JUGS. GLAZED FLAT BOTTOMED PAXS MIXING BOWLS. POULTRY FOUNTAINS. HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. If I! f 3 Ii. W. Schmidt & Sons, j Having taken stock, and reduced all prices, j now offer the latest styles of I . FANCY PRINTS AT 5 CENTS PER YARD, And other goods in proportion. Also, ex "Zealandia," a fine assortment of t FISH MET CURTA!E3. :. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. VON HOLT BLOCK. KING ST.