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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL A DVEKTISEH HONOLULU, MAY 2S . 1S9S.
i i r I i in ij ii. if'ji " Ha i" irfil" ji ft lie Slow Rome ond Fostesi To health and strength will be found and made if you invest in a WHITELY EXERCISER. In order to keep up a healthy circulation it is not necessary to strain the muscles as is done in heavy gymnastics. The exercises necessary for harmonious develop ment of the muscular system also call into action and develop the in ternal organs and other structures; hence the rapid and permanent cure of digestive troubles. The WHITELY EXERCISER will produce health and strength; it is simple, inexpensive and the only practical form of athletics for busy people. WHITELY EXERCISERS for Men, Women or Children, just received by 4 E. O. HALL & SON, Ld. W 1 g 1 'BUc PimJiigMCV Don't Waste Good Money Fixing up yonr carriage. Yon if yon buy a new We can sell you vehicle just as can possibly be WE GUARANTEE TO GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. A full line of Fine Double or Single Harness, Saddles, Whips, Lamps and Lap Robes Always on Hand. SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE ADD HARNESS REPOSITORY. Fort St.. above Club Stables. Hamakua Plantation, Paauilo, Hawaii, H. I. Mr. J. G. Spencer, Pacific Hardware Co., Honolulu. Dear Sir: The Secretary Disc Plow I pur chased from you is giving lis satisfaction. We are using it to plow under a crop of lupins. They are three feet high and. very thick. Your plow turns them completely under, at the same, time plowing the land fourteen inches deep. I feel satisfied that with .this plow the draft for the same .quantity and depth of work is as 6 to 8. That is, with the old plow, to do the same work, it takes 8 good mules; with your plow it takes only 6, and they are less tired at night. Please send me another plow by first schooner leaving for this. You are at liberty to use this in any way you may see fit. Yours truly, A. LIDGATE. ROB ERT CATTON, Engineer. mporter of 212 QUEEN ST. 4TTOW. WE founders and Machinists. 213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu. Invite Enquiries for General Ironwork; iron and Brass Cast ings. Ships Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand. REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. le old worn out can make money one from us. any kind of a cheap as they sold for here. HONOLULU, vr. TEL. 410. Machinery. ILL zett THURSTON'S SAY (Continued irom Page 1.) wharf and temporarily lease the gov ernment land fronting the harbor for 10 years, subject to cancellation at any time, in order that the Railroad business might not be hampered. The plans of wharves which the Railroad Company now urges, or one similar thereto, was drafted and pre sented to me at the time by Mr. Dil lingham. Then, as now, Mr. Rowel 1 preferred the plan which I understand he still prefers that it is a straight wharf from near the Lime Kilns to near the cattle wharf. My belief at the time, fully expressed to both Mr. Rowell and Mr. Dillingham, was that Mr. Dillingham's plan was the best, that instead of the basin from the Lime Kilns up to King street bridge and toward the present cattle wharf being filled in, it should be excavated. making additional harbor room, and by the plan of wharves which Mr. Dillingham advocated being adopted, giving much more frontage than the straight line plan proposed by Mr. Rowell. I, at the time, however, told Mr. Dillingham that what I should advocate would be the condemnation by the Government and taking from the Railroad Company all the land necessary to be so excavated and the frontage back from the water edge so produced, for not less than 100 feet. Mr. Dillingham replied that the Gov ernment could, of course, at any time do so, provided that it pay for the land so taken. I do not know what the details are of the'action and litigation as between the Government and the Railroad Com pany, but this I do know, that the Government in attempting to locate a permanent system of wharves on the Ewa side of the harbor and abrogat ing the railroad lease andtaking pos session of the strip of land in ques tion, is acting upon the exact and pre cise understanding and agreement en tered into between it and the Railroad Company in 1890 at the time of the location of the terminal division and the execution of the lease in question; that such policy was, although not what Mr. Dillingham then wanted, ful ly and absolutely understood and agreed to by him. I understand from other Isouroea that my connection with this trans action has been publicly and adverse ly commented upon and I think that I am entitled to the publication of this statement, and I hereby request that you allow publication thereof. I remain. Yours very truly, (Sig.) L. A. THURSTON. SUNDAY SERVICES. Central Union Church Corner Bere tania and Richards streets. Douglas P. Birnie minister. 9:55 a. m., Sunday school and Bible classes; 11:00 a. m., Public worship and sermon; 3 p. m., Junior Endeavor meeting; 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E. Prayer meeting; 7:30 p. m., Public worship; Sermon by tho Rev. J. A. Cruzan. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Palama chapel, 9:45 a. m. Sunday school; 7:30 p. m. Gospel service. Rev. D. P. Birnie will speak. A welcome for all at every ser vice. e St Andrew's Cathedral Whit Sun day, May 29. 7 a. m., Choral celebra tion of the Holy Communion; 11 a. m., Morning prayer and sermon; 3:30 p. m., Pule Ahiahi; 7:30 p. m., Evensong and sermon. N. B. This order of ser vice will be followed and not that an nounced on Sunday last. St. Andrew's Cathedral, Second Con gregation The Rev. Alexander Mac kintosh will preach at both services of the Second Congregation tomorrow. At the 9:45 o'clock service in the morning, the choir- of ladies and gen tlemen will render the music and at the 6:30 o'clock service in the even ing, the surpliced choir of Hawaiians will render a full choral service. All seats are free and everybody welcome. Roman Catholic Cathedral Feast of the Holy Ghost. Saturday, 7 p. m., Blessing of meat and vegetables to be given to the poor. Procession, illumination and bazaar. Portuguese Band Concordia in attend ance. Grounds open till 11:30 p. m. Sunday at 7:30 p. m., Distribution of alms to the poor of all nationalities. 10:30, High Pontifical mass by Right Rev. Bishop Gulstan and assistants. Procession with crown and banners. St. Louis College Band playing dur ing the service. Mass of Mercadante by the choir of the Cathedral. 1 p. m.. Banquet for the twelve poor, presided over by the Bishop of Panopolis and Clergy. M. Canavarro, charge d'af faires", and members of the Portuguese colony. 3 p. m., Confirmation and Ben ediction of the M. B. Sacrament. Dur ing the afternoon the Concordia Band will serenade on Hie grounds of the Catholic Mission till 5 o'clock. Methodist Episcopal Church Cor-i-ntonio on1 "VTillpr strppts. G. litri in ii niiiui un . L. Pearson pastor. Public worship to morrow as follows: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Preaching. 11 a. m.; Epworth League, 0:15 p. m.. and Memorial Ser vice for the Grand Army of the Re-,,m,-r of -n m The rmblic is HI 1 1 1 V UL W l-1 ' - most cordially invited to attend the?e services. Christian Church, cor. King and Alakea Sts Preaching morning and evening by T. D. Garvin. Morning theme: "Our Stewardship." Evening theme: "Two Acts in the Drama of the Bible." Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Young People's meeting. 6:30 p. m. Praver meeting, Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Woman's Prayer meeting. Friday, j 2:30 p. m. Seats free. A cordial wel ! come to all. I Seventh Day Ad ventist Public ser ' vice held today, and every Sabbath, (Saturday) in the Arion hall, at the rear of the Opera House, from 10 a. m. to 12 m. First hour occupied by Sab bath School. A cordial invitation extended to all at every service. Services at St. Clement's Chapel, Punahou: Celebration of Holy Com munion at 7 a. m., morning prayer at 11 a. m., evening prayer at 7 p. m., Sunday school at 10 a. m. A WOMAN'S LIFE WORK. DEVOTED TO THE CAUSE OF SUFFERING HUMANITY. Utterly Miserable Ifor Thirteen Yiars Heeause of a- Helpless Infirmity Now Able to Help Other. From the Plaindealer, Canton, N. Y. To suffer for years with a prevail ing painful ailment which baffled skil ful medical treatment, yet which was restored by a simple household remedy, is the lot which befell Mrs. Geo. L. Rogers, of Canton, New York. "Thirteen years ago," said Mrs. Rogers to a reporter, "I was attacked with inflammatory rheumatism and a complication of diseases. I cannot be gin to describe my sufferings during that time. You can judge somewhat of what I endured, when you look at these hands. They were distorted, twisted and swollen. My foot too, is so much out of shape that the big toe lays across the others, the end touch ing the little toe. I tried different (lectors and many proprietary reme dies, but no permanent benefit was ob tained. Last March I tried Dr. Wil liams' Pink INlls, and before I had finished the first box I began to feel that they were doing me good. I con tinued using them and steadily grew better. I have used thir teen boxes of the pills and to day feel better than for the past fifteen years, my appetite is good, I feel bright, cheerful and have a desire to live and enjoy society. I have been a member of the Methodist church for many years, but for six years was un able to attend. I am able now to at tend the church services regularly and certainly appreciate that privilege. I consider Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People a wonderful medicine and am confident no other medicine could have effected the wonderful cure they have in my case. I am glad to state this, hoping that some sufferer may profit by it and obtain relief." It was nature's own remedy that ac complished this cure, caused by impure blood, for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are composed of vegetable remedies that exert a powerful influence in purifying and enriching the blood. Many diseases long supposed by the medical profes sion to be incurable have succumbed to the potent influence of these pills. Sold by all dealers in medicine. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Hawaiian Jockey Club JUNE 11th, 1898. OFFICIAL, PROGRAM. Racss will commence at 9 a. m. sharp on the 11th. 1. MERCHANTS' PURSE. Trotting and Pacing to harness. Best 2 in 3; 2:50 class. Purse ?150. 2 UNION FEED CO.'S CUP. Running race; half mile clash. Free for all. Purse ?150 added. To be won twice. 3 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB PURSE. Five-eighths mile dash for Hawaiian breds. Purse $200. 4. KAPIOLfANI PARK PURSE. Trotting and Pacing to harness. Best 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. 6 WAIKAPU CHALLENGE CUP. Three-fourths mile dash; free for all. Winner to beat record of Hancock, l-AGVz- $15 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. Winnei to beat time of Angie A, 1:45- Purse $200 and $50 added if record is beaten. . io. 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 S, 1S9S. Entrance fees to be 10 per cent, of purse, unless otherwise specified. All races to be run or trotted undei the rules of the Pacific Coast Blood Horse Association and the National Trotting Association. All horses are expected to start un less withdrawn by 0 o'clock a. m. on June 10th, 1S9S. 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 Remington Standard Typewriter! WHAT IS IT! A single, compact and durable machine, which successfully performs the work of the pen, with a tremendous saving of time and exertion. WHAT WILL IT DO? It produces, with speed and certainty, in clearly legible printed characters, one or many copies of any kind of writing excepting such as must be done in books. TO WHOM IS IT USEFUL! To every one who has writing to do. In business circles its desirability is assured. Lawyers and journalists cannot do without it Professional and scientific men realize its worth to them. The author and thinker find it invaluable. It con serves the most potent kind of energy that of the brain br reducing to a minimum the mechanical labor of writing, and distributing it among all the lingers of both hands. Writer's cramp disappears where it is used. It presents the printed appearance of the work to the mind at once. WHO CAN OPERATE IT! Any one of ordinary intelligence. A vcrv few trials enable any one to write upon it readily. Thereafter it is only a mat ter of practice. H. HACKFELD & Co., Ltd SOLE SHOW YOIJR Decorate for the ....Just landed at the.... , m J. m m 123 b 0 ooooooo A new stock of Fireworks, Stars and Stripes .Decoration Bunting .... American Shields, President McKINLEY'S Pictures, Red, White and Blue Festooning American Bunting, Muslin and Silk Flags, all sizes; Button hole Buttons, etc., etc. S. W. Lederer. 1 J DBA Real Estate and Telephone 678. 314 IteUCE WARING & GO. 4 J We are ready to purchase Large Estates near Honolulu and Ililo, and Coffee Land3 on Hawaii. Loans placed and negotiated; Estates taken charge of and managed. Choice Lots for sale at Kewalo, at Punahou and the growing City of Hilo on the installment plan. Houses built for investors. No trouble to show property to intending purchasers. BID e-Enameled Ware Made outside of the United landed in Honolulu. In this same ware will cost us landed ft ANNEXATION 40 Per Cent. Ad Yalorum, or costing us AND YOU 30 per cent, more than at present, c.iipp tw 0c 20c 40c. and 50c, according to size. COFFEE AND TEA POTS, WASH BOWLS AND PITCHERS CULLEN DERS, PLATES, STRAINERS, ETC., all at the same reasonable prices. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty, JOHN 75-79 KING ST. mm ally Advertiser, ACENTS. COLORS AND Boys to Arrive, ooooooo T Cor- Nuuanu and Kin? sts. Financial Agents, FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 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