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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 26, 1S9S.
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Against a Reputation which it
has cost a Million to acquire.
Do you think that you runtany risk, then, if
you ouy one
suit out of a lot UtMM
or Hinp c.hevi-
ots, Cassimeres,
Worsteds and
Serges bearing
this label
which we are
selling at
$15.
The Stein-Bloch Co. have
been Wholesale Tailors for
almost a third of a century.
Their name stands for every
thing that is scientific and pro
gressive in tailoring, and we
are their sole agents here.
See the?e clothes whether you buy them or
not; for while your time is worth something,
it will not be wasted iu this instance.
M. HcINERNY.
Merchant and Fort Sts.
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Fashion's
. Headquarters.
The movements of the fashion world are reflected here.
.We're selling as we never
are cleaned out and scenes changed. This ever chanerinc:
panorama furnishes callers with new interest and pleasure
daily.
MILLINERY needs underscoring. Cases of creations
from Europe's capitals as well as from our own fashion cen
ters bowers of Flowers such as the French excel in making
miles of the novelties of the season in Ribbons greet you
on every side.
In spite of the fineness the elegance the exclusiveness
prices take a new turn to lowness here. We could guaran
tee, if necessary, that goods of equal quality can't be bought
at like prices anywhere. ,
The Dressmaking Department
Is in keeping with the Millinery Department.
All that is the Latest in "
DRESS T"FSflfV2!Viars3 0S-
Fashioe's
MISS M. E. KILLEAN, Propr.
Arlington Block, Hotel St. 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.
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New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California,
Eastern States and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Veg etables, Fruits and Fish.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Island Trade Solicited.
P. O, BOX 145. : : : : : : TELEPHONE 92.
H. H. WBLLflA
Undertaker and Embalmer.
LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST.
Telephone 8i.
Residence, Klnc: St. near Richards: Telephone S19.
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KING ST., Next to
Every Style of Straw Hat Made to Order.
SILK GOODS, LACQUER WARE, CROCKERY WARE,
HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, ETC.
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REV.W.M.KINGAIDI
Central Union Calls Min-
neapolis Clergyman. ;
Known to a Number of People
Here-Is Strongly Recom
mended. T?ov wminm AT Kinrnirl. D. D-. of.
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Minneapolis, will be chosen pastor or,
Central Union Church, to succeed Ke.
Douglas Putnam Birnie, who will re-j
tire in the latter part of July. j
At present Rev. Dr. Kincaid is the,
pastor of the First Presbyterian j
Church of Minneapolis. He will be:
expected to reach Honolulu sometime;
in August that he may be ready tcj
take up his new work early in Sep-j
tember. During August, the Central!
Union pulpit will be temporarily fill-j
ed, possibly by some California pas-j
tor. j
Chief Justice Judd presided over;
last night's business meeting of Cen-j
tral Union Church members. W. W. j
Hall officiated as secretary.' Chair- j
man W. F. Frear reported for thej
Pastoral Committee, consisting alsoj
of Professor W. D. Alexander and W j
A. Bowen.
Justice Frear stated that the com
mittee, after the most careful investi
gation, had decided to recommend tc
the church that a call be extended tc
Rev. Dr. Kincaid. He had been high
ly recommended by Rev. J. A. Cruzan,
Rev. Mr. Beckwith, of Maui, Dr. Mo
Lane,, of Oakland, "and President
Northrup, of the University of Min
nesota. The first three named gen
tlemen were formerly pastors of Cen
tral Union. Mr. Frear added that Rev.
Dr. Kincaid was pastor of the First
Baptist Church of San Francisco for
a period of .eight years. When he
took charge' the church had a total
membership of 200 and a debt of $40,
000 hanging over it. When he left
the membership roll had increased tc
600 and the debt had been liquidated.
About eight years ago Rev. Dr. Kin
caid changed his faith in baptism and
took charge of the First Presbyterian
Church of Minneapolis. The member
ship has increased, three-fold since his
ministration and the church has built
a nanasome sione euiuct?.
Professor Alexander said that Rev
Dr. Kincaid had always been popular
with the young people. He was very
successful in the Secretary's office of
the Y. M. C. A. in Oakland some years
ago. J. B. Atherton believed that the
church would make no mistake in
calling Rev. Dr. Kincaid. "His hold
on the young people and the young
men in college makes me feel that he
would be a grand man for us here."
Captain Bray, of the missionary
packet Morning Star, is personally
acquainted with the new pastor. He
spoke very highly of his work. Miss
Charlotte Hall, daughter of W. W. Hall
attended Rev. Dr. Kincaid's church in
Minneapolis for two years.
Rev. Dr. Kincaid is an earnest and
deliberate pulpit talker. He is a think
er and a ready speaker, never requir
ing notes.
Mrs. Kincaid is an active church
worker. She occupied the pulpit in
Minneapolis on one occasion when her
husband was ill. The Kincaids have
three children, a son, fourteen years
of age. a daughter of twelve and a
baby boy of three.
Last evening's meeting voted unani
mously for Rev. Dr. Kincaid. The
rules governing Central Union require
that two-thirds of the members must
cast their ballots for a nominee for
pastor before the candidate can be
called. Over seventy members voted
in the affirmative last evening. Cir
culars and ballots will be sent out to
day to those members who were ab
sent. MANSLAUGHTER
Keaka is Charged With Causing
Death f His Mother.
The coroner's jury in the case of
Kaua (w) who died at Punahou Tues
day evening under suspicious circum
stances, met before Deputy Marshal
Chillingworth yesterday afternoon and
returned the verdict "That said Kaua
came to her death on May 24th from
heart disease, said death being caused
by violence used upon deceased by Ke
aka, such violence causing unusual ex
citement, resulting in death." The
jurors were as follows: John Kuaana,
George Cox. Joe Kalana, C. B. Maile,
S. H. Uni and Albert Trask.
Immediately after the verdict was
handed in Keaka was charged with
manslaughter in the first degree.
Haalilo was the main witness in the
case. He saw Keaka strike the woman.
She fell and was dragged by Keaka.
Then came groanings and death. Haa
lilo testified that Keaka was in the
habit of striking the mother when an
gry. Dr. Emerson gave testimony to the
effect that Kaua was a sufferer from
heart disease.
RAPIDLY DISAPPEARING.
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.
FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE
Hawaiian Jockey Club
JUHL 11 111, lOyO.
OFFICIAL PROGRAM.
Rac3s will commence at 9 a. m.
on the 11th.
sharp
j 1. MERCHANTS' PURSE,
j Trotting and Pacing to harness. Best
! 2 in 3; 2:50 class. Purse $150.
2 UNION FEED CO.'S CUP.
Running race; half mile das
fQr L purse ?1Q
h. Free
To be
won twice.
3 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE.
Five-eighths mile dash for Hawaiian
breds. Purse $200
4. KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to harness. Bes
2 in 3; 2:30 class. Purse $200.
5. IRWIN CUP.
One mile dash: for Hawaiian bred
horses: to be won twice by mem
bers of the Jockey Club. $150
added.
0 WA1KAPU CHALLENGE CUP.
Three-fourths mile dash: free for all
Winner to beat record of Hancock,
1:16. $150 added.
7. KAMEHAMEHA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to harness. Best
2 in 3. Free for all. Purse $300.
S. OCEANIC S. S. CO. CUP.
Three-fourths mile dash; Hawaiian
bred. .$150 added.
9. ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
One mile dash; free for all. Winner
to beat time of Angie A, l'A5y2.
Purse $200 and $50 added if record
is beaten.
10. HONOLULU PURSE.
Trotting and-Pacing to harness. Best
2 in 3; 2:25 class. Purse $2.50
11. PRESIDENT WIDEMAN'S CUP
One and one-quarter mile dash; free
for all; to be .won twice. $20C
added.
All entries are to be made with the
Secretary before 2 o'clock Wednesday.
June 8, 1S98. Entrance fees to be 10
per cent, of purse, unless otherwise
specified.
All races to be run or trotted under
the rules of the Pacific Coast Blood
Horse Association and the National
Trotting Association.
All horses are expected to start un
less withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. m. on
June 10th, 1898.
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand stand (extra), 50 cents and $1
Carriages (inside course), $2.50 each
Quarter stretch badges, $5.
Per order committee.
J. S. WALKER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club
PHOTOGRAPHIC CO.
A photograph is a page in history.
The worth and beauty of a photograph
besides its artistic qualifications is its
lasting qualities.
We have just received a large con
signment of Platinum Paper which in
sures a photo which rwill not fade.
Our latest process: Life-size Paris
Enamels, equal to a high price paint
ing and far more accurate.
We have the largest and most artis
tic collection of Island views.
Telephone 755.
p. o. Box 4.
Opening Announcement
Palama Co-operative Grocery Co.
LIMITED.
The Company Store is Mi Open for
the Transaction of Business
And we shall be pleased to wait
upon our old customers wrho 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 pence is better than a
lazv half crown."
H. CANNON.
Manager Palama Co-operative Gro
cery, Ltd., Opposite Railway Depot,
King street.
Honolulu, May 6, 1898.
YEE SING TAI.
Matting, Wall Paper, Wicker Chairs and
All Kinds of Furniture.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
i MpM? 1-l-ine and Pflintine.' Vnrt 'J'
NEW STORE.
Kwong Hing Chong.
315 Nuuanu St.
.IMPORTED DRY GOODS.
English, American and Chinese.
DRESSMAKING
A Specialty. Low Prices to suit the
times. Come and see our new stock
and store. Don't forget.
315 NUUANU STREET.
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Tariff Bill
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0 States on July 24, 1S97, places the
duty on
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at forty per cent, ad valorem. Para- 0
v graph 159, Schedule C says:
S" Sheet?, plates, wares, or articles
of iron, steel or other metal, enam
eled or glazed with vitreous glasses
O forty per centum ad valorum."
Q This means that
HUME AND STEEL WIRE
Sfor use in your culinary department
which now comes in duty free from
v the United States and 10 per cent.
Q -from other countries,
v In the event of
8 Annexation
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Q ed duty, are bound to advance. By
O fortunate foresight on our part in
0 placing a large order for this line cf
O goods, we can offer vou a verv com-
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STEEL WIRE.
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would be to you to lay in
whatever you need, then in
case annexation does come
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Be Sure and See the Plans
of the
PROVIDENT SAVINGS
. Life Assurance Society
Of New York,
Before Taking Out a Policy.
E. R. ADAMS.
No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent.
HIGH GRADE PHOTOS
Vv7illiams' 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.
IllllIS' ART STUDIO.
Fort Street.
Decoration Day
IS NEAR AT HAND.
IL4.WAIIAN 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.
With Washington Feed Co.
Regrigerated Poultry
-AND
Fresh Salmon
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Meat
Market,
Telephone 45.
The GAZETTE (semi-weekly) la Issued
on Tuesdays and Fridays.
10
77" fl
lcrore
FRAMED
OR
UNFRAMED,
-AT-
HO HOTEL ST.
SS6 .
AMERICAN FLAGS,
PAPER LANTERNS.
BAMBOO BLINDS,
MATTINGS (New Designs),
PORCELAIN WARE,
LACQUER WARE,
HANDSOME KIMONOS,
PAJAMAS, RUGS, ETC.
ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS.
SILKS! SILKS!
Don't buy until you have Been our
stock. The Goods and Prices
will Suit 3rou.
M U RATA & CO,
Hotel St., Cor. Ncuakc.
ALL KINDS OF HATS.
BRANCH HAT STORE, Nauanu St.
Telephone, 938.
P. O. Box 206.
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
ing of our Dandruff Killer does the
work.
Put up in one size bottles only.
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP.
PACHEC0 & FERNANDEZ, Proprs.
Arlington Block, Hotel St.
California Horses.
MATCHED TEAMS,
FAMILY. HACK AND
SADDLE HORSES.
Orders Taken for All Classes of Horses.
STABLES, King St., Opp. Singer's Baiery
j. a. Mcdonald.
P. O. Box 42
EX "DORIC"
Grass : Cloth : Handkerchiefs!
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
Silk Shawls,
New Porcelain Cups and Sausers,
Decorated Flower Pots,
Rattan Chairs, Matting,
Tea and Dinner Sets,
Fire Crackers.
WING WO CHAN & CO.
21P-212 NuTJANP kt
WING WO TAI & CO.
214 NUUANU STREET
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 Hawaiiwn Islands.
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale (i Moil Grocers
111 FORT STREET.
Telephone, 240 : : P. O. Box, 23.
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