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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAT G7 , 1S9S.
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Subscribe to Delineator Mrs. Hanna
Wm. Woon was quite ill on the clown
trip of the Mariposa.
Dr. T. C. Whitehead of Texas and
Colorado is here to locate.
John Waterhouse is home after eight
"weeks of life in San Francisco.
Special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge
tonight for work in the 3rd degree.
Mrs. Hastings is now visiting at
Buena Vista, the home of Mrs. Wight.
Col. Fisher has ordered the First
Itegiment out for 2:15 p. m. Decora
tion Day.
Nothing is so irritating as an ill
fitting shirt. The Kash carries perfect
fitting ones.
Everything fine in tender, juicy
meats, home dressed, at the Central
Meat Market.
Miss Alice Jones is expected to re
turn from Philadelphia the latter part
of next month.
A first class skirt and waist hand
will find immediate employment at
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
A situation is desired by a young
German girl to do light house work
or care for children.
Keaka, the man charged with man
slaughter in the first degree, will be
tried on the 28th inst.
There will be a special meeting this
evening of Lodge Le Progres with
work in the first degree.
Benson, Smith & Co. guarantee But
termilk Soap to be of the highest
standard in every detail.
The Carter Memorial Fountain com
mittee will not for the present do any
thing further in the matter of site.
Every part of Williams' photos is
done by master hands and shows what
skill and good taste can do. Sea ad
D. IT. Kahaulelio, a member of the
House, has applied for license to prac
tice in all the courts of the Republic.
Capt. Geo. D. Feeth, who has been
traveling extensively for some months,
will remain in Honolulu for a time
now.
There was quite a large attendance
at the band concert in Thomas Square
last evening. The music was excel
lent. Rev. Cruzan will speak in the Y. M.
C. A. at 4 p. m. Sunday. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all men to at
tend. Brewer & Co. announce that the
bark Nuuanu. Joselyn master, will sail
from New York to Honolulu 'about
July 15.
Dr. M. Soule is on the Mariposa this
trip and is accompanied by his bride,
who was .Miss Isabel Lowrey of San
Francisco.
B. F. Ehlers & Co. report their mil
linery opening as being very . success
ful and more than satisfactory in ev
ery respect.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet on Saturday even
ing with Prof, and Mrs. F. A. Hosmer
at Oahu college.
Mrs. E. D. Tenney and Mrs. II. G.T
Noonan left for Ahuimanu yesterday.
They will spend a week or ten days
in tire country.
Dumb headaches, eye aches, and
nervousness are often due to the eyes
needing rest or attention. S. E. Lucas
examines eyes free.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, T. O. R. M.,
will hold a council this evening at
the Wigwam. Work in the Hunter's
and Chief's degrees.
The German Bakery is in receipt
of a new lot of pumpernickel flour.
Order a loaf of pumpernickel bread
for your lunch today.
Rev. Chas. Brown, of the First Con
gregational Church of Oakland, is here
for five weeks. The pastor is accom
panied by Mrs. Brown.
The engagements are announced of
Miss M. Wolters of New York to H.
Wolters of Kealia, and A. F. Knudsen
of Kauai to Miss Russell of Oakland.
A meeting of the Court of Inquiry
in the case of John Good was held
in military headquarters last night,
this for the purpose of deliberation
Wallace R. Farrington, formerly
editor of this paper, is In Honolulu
again, and one report is that he will
be connected with the evening Bulle
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By order of the underwriters Jas. F.
Morgan will hold an auction sale of
damaged merchandise at the Pacific
Mail Wharf on Saturday next at 10
a. m.
The Regiments and Honolulus will
play base ball on the League Grounds
at Makiki tomorrow afternoon. There
-will be cricket the same afternoon on
the Recreation gounds.
Albert R. (Sonny) Cunha writes
that he will leave San Francisco for
Honolulu on June 1 and that he wants
to play base ball here. He has been
with the San Jose professional team
for part of the season.
On Saturday, May SS, at 12 o'clock
noon at the Judiciary Building, J. F.
Morgan will sell at public auction, per
order of the Minister of Interior, a
number of ornamental concrete iVnce
posts and stone bases.
The Kamehameha concert is for the
benefit of the Kamehameha base ball
team. There is expected besides town
patronage, a contingent from the Ben
nington and plenty of boys in blue in
case a transport arrives.
The O. S. S. Mariposa, Hayward
commander, arrived in port at about
5 a. m. yesterday, one day late. She
was delayed on account of the English
mails. A pleasant trip was experienc
ed. The Mariposa continued on her
voyage to the Colonies at 12 o'clock
noon.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Christian Workers will be held this
(Friday) afternoon. May 27th, at 3:30
o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. Hall. Rev.
Dr. Berger will speak with reference
to the work of the "McCaul Mission"
in Paris. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to be present.
Judge Widemann is quite ill at San
Francisco.
The Oahu Railway is sending
train to Waialua every evening.
The Myrtle Boat Club received
new practice shell from Australia by
the Moana.
The Minister of the Interior has
appealed in the injunction case in
which the Oahu Railway was given
a decision against the Government.
Wray Taylor is on deck again with
a good account of life in San Fran
cisco during war times. The enthusi
asm i3 so burning over there that even
a fire engine is cheered.
Secretary Coleman spent his first
session with the Juniors in the Y
M. C. A. gymnasium yesterday after
noon. The duties of Mr. Coleman have
increased very much since the depart
ure of Assistant Secretary Cheek.
DRV GOODS LT-D,
EVERY ECONOMICAL EYE
TURNS TOWARDS OUR AD.
We are always busy selling
FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES.
OUR SUCCESS IS DUE:
1st. To offering only better quali
ties.
2d. To selling at the lowest prices
possible.
3d. Small Profits satisfy.
We are now selling GINGHAMS,
best quality, in checks, 18 yards for 1
x 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, 25 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, 18 and 16 yards for $1.
ART DENIMS, new assortment of
colors, full yard wide, 20 cents.
A new line of SILKOLINES, new de
signs, 12 yards for $1.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS,
all sizes, perfect fitting, 65 cents.
(I. S. $0 DfJ G00J5 CO.
Limited.
520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU.
JAS. F. MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
Telephone 74.
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FOR SALE.
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FOR PRIVATE SALE.
1 LOT ON BERETAN I A STREET,
near Thomas Square: 120 feet
on Beretania street; 290 feet
deep; 120 feet on Klnau street
-PREMISES OF MR. 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
: OAHU ASSESSABLE.
i HAWN. ELECTRIC CO.
PEOPLE'S ICE CO.
INTER-ISLAND S. N. CO.
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
OAHU PLANTATION.
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. G.
Wells.
Quo Vadis by Sienkiewicz.
The Great Stone of Sardis by
Stockton.
The Seven Seas by Kipling.
The Christian by Hall Caine.
Four for a Fortune by Albert Lee.
The Red Bridge Neighborhood by
Pool.
All of th above, and many more,
just received by
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY.
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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.
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 all good; every instrument
tested.
Why not get one today? Come in
anyway and have a chat with us about
them.
FORT STREET.
Hobron Drug Co
AGENTS.
King and Fort.
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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.
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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 wil.
be sufficient inducement to purchase
FGAN
FOET STEEET.
$45 BICYC
$45
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Large Shipment Just Received
Pearson & Hobron,'
Nothing
So
Irritating
As an
ill fitting
shirt. If
you knew
our, perfect
system
you know
the
secret
of continual
good humor.
' Hotel Street : : Waverley Block.
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
JUST ARRIVED PER ZEALANDIA:
312 Fort Street.
Telephone 565,
Hotel Street - Robinson Block.
P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973.
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
Whole Wheat Flour,
and Graliam Flour
In 10 and 50 lb. sacks.
ROLLED WHEAT,
ROLLED OATS.
In 7 lb. sacks and all sorts of meal
stuffs.
WASHINGTON FEED GO.
COR. FORT & QUEEN STS.
Telephone 422.
THE BEST
THING IN TOWN.
: MY GENERAL :
: REPAIR SHOP. :
Typewriters, Lawn Alowers,
Sewing Machines, Locks, etc., put
in the best possible condition.
J. T. LUND'S,
Opp. Club Stables. FortlStreet.
Telephone 308.
(Limited.)
Merchants :ud Coboi
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Ceylon, formerly famed for its
spices and later for its coffee, lias,
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 "Ilazell's Annual."
GREAT BRITAIN'S TEA IMPORTS:
1ST7 China 132,000,000 lbs.
Cevlon Nil.
1S96 China 28,000,000 lbs.
Ceylon 70,000,000 lbs.
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MANILA CIGARS.
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Dagger" Brand
Mullet.
H. MAY & CO.,
BMesoie oni Mil Grocers
-:- 9S FORT STREET. -
Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box, 47i.
Mil
fed i le tts.
Just received per "A. J. Fuller" the following articles in
STONEWARE:
BUTTER JAES.
WATER JABS.
PRESERVE JARS.
FRENCH POTS.
COFFEE POTS.
BEAN POTS.
FLOWER POTS.
FLOWER BASKETS.
WATER KEGS.
WATER JUGS.
GLAZED FLAT BOTTOMED PANS.
MIXING BOWLS.
POULTRY FOUNTAINS.
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HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT.
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I H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
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now offer the latest styles of
FANCY PRINTS
AT 5 CENTS PER YARD,
And other goods in proportion. Also, ex "Zealandia "a
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niie abboriment or
FISH MET OU'RTAIM.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. I
...... VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST. T

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