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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 2S , 1S93.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Drawn work books Mrs. Hanna. Memorial Day, Monday, will be an unofficial holiday. C. H. Bishop returned to his home in Lihue yesterday. Don't overlook the concert tonight at Kamehameha school. Base ball at 3:30 this afternoon. Honolulua vs. Regiments. L. B. Kerr will sell millinery at half price for the next week. The electric elevator for the new Progress block has arrived. Mis3 Killean is -now prepared to fill orders for 11th of June hats. J. F. Humburg returned, from Ha waii on the Iwalanl yesterday. At Palama chapel tomorrow evening Rev. D. P. Birnie will occupy the pul pit. There was a marriage luau at Bipikane's, Jiliha street, on Thursday night. There are letters at this office for Austral and M. E. I.. Replies to adver tisements. Rev. J. A. Cruzan will speak to young men at the Y. M. C. A. at 4 p. m. tomorrow. F. A. Schaefer, Esq., Consul for Italy, has a notce to Italian subjects in this issue. J. T Wntprliniiso ndvprtisps ontinsr goods. Hags, bunting, quilts, spreads and blankets. ' V Eodge Ee Progres will hold a special meeting this evening with work in the third degree. The. Hair Dressing Department of the Woman's Exchange has changed management. See ad. The Roman Catholic Cathedral pro gram for the Holy Clhost festival is given in the church column. Mary Porter has been made admin istratrix of the will of the Late Theo. C. Porter, under $10,000 bonds. r" The Mission Children's Society will ! meet this evening at the home of Prof. : and Mrs. F. A. Ilosmer, Punahou. Quite a number of houses are being built on Tantalus on land recently purchased from the Government. The Woman's Exchange has just re ceived from "Morning Star" a lot of Gilbert and Marshall Island curios. "Is there Anything New?" will be Rev. Mr. Cruzan's subject at the Cen tral Union Church Sunday evening. . Chas. Chillingworth and a police posse arrested about 50 Chinese gamblers last night. Bail was accepted. Today, Monday and Tuesday the last three days to take advantage of the C. R. Collins reduction in horse sup plies. Tonight the Kamehameha school con cert for the benefit of the baseball players. Tickets on sale at Hobron Drug Co.'s. Cards are out for the wedding of Edwin Benner and Miss Maude E. Barnum at Central Union church at S p. m. June 9. Hopp & Co. will fill orders for hand some parlor tables and roll top desks, various sizes, at reduced prices for one week more. The wedding of Mr. Edwin It. Paris and Miss Rita Schmidt will take place at the home o the bride's father, Be retania street, on Thursday. t 10 o'clock today at II. Hackfeld ccco's warehouse, Pacific Mail dock, J F Morgan will sell at public auction merchandise damaged by fire ami water. Anyone desiring booths or refresh ment stalls for the June 11th races, should apply immediately to the Ho nolulu Park commission at office of Cecil Brown. Tomorrow being Whit Sunday, there will be a celebration of the Holy Communion of the Second Con gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral at 5:30 a. m. Geo. W. De Long Post of the G. A. It. will attend Memorial service at the Methodist church tomorrow evening. The sermon will be by the pastor Rev. G. L. Pearson. Until further notice the O. R. & D train leaving Honolulu at 5:10 p. m., will take Waialua Passengers and Freight? Returning will arrive at Ho nolulu at S:23 a. m. "Two acts in the Drama of the Bible" will be the theme at the Chris tian Church on Sunday evening. This is the first of a series of short sermons on the Divine Drama. Today at noon at the Judiciary Building, JF- Morgan will sell at public auction, per order of the Min ister of the Interior, a large number of ornamental concrete posts. Hikaakalani Hobron has been grant ed a divorce from E. C. Hobron with $4000 almony and 250 for attorney fees Irene Brown has been granted a divorce, with custody of children, from Chas. A. Brown. The engagement is announced of Mis Hannah E. Eastman to Mr. D. H Wulsen, both of San Francisco. Miss Eastman will be remembered as directress of the first Free Kindergar tens in Honolulu. There will be a cricket match at 2 o'clock this afternoon on the old base ball grounds. The players whose names begin with the first eleven let ters of the alphabet will play again the others. All interested are invited to play. On account of Monday being Deco ration Day there will be no concert at Emma Square in the evening. The band's engagements for the three fol lowing evenings are as follows: Tue, 1 v evening at Makee Island; Wednes day at Thomas Square and Thursday at the Hawaiian Hotel. 31 r. Check Remembered. M. A. Cheek, ex-assistant secretary of the Y. M. C. A., who sailed for San Francisco on the Moana was handsomely remembered before de parture. On the evening previous the officers and committees of the Asso ciation met Mr. Cheek in the Y. M. C. A. hall and presented him with a chain and locket. Upon the latter was the inscription: "M. A. Cheek from the Honolulu Y. M. C. A., May 24th, 1898." Just as Mr. Cheek was about to as cend the gangway, a delegation of juniors of the Y. M. C. A. met him on the wharf and handed him a fine cane made of Hawaiian wood. On the silver head was the monogram "M. A. C." Salvation Army Over I X L Store. Adjutant and Mrs. Simonson In charge. Meetings every evening at 8 p. m., ex cept Tuesdays; Sunday at 7 and 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Friday evening and Sunday 11 a. m.f holiness meeting. mm 0 DRY QOGDS L7-D. "The ppoqRE:ssivE: Store 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. 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, ail sizes, perfect fitting, 65 cents. i. s. Ms m Goods CO. Limited. 520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. JAS. F. MORGAN 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. 81 8 111 E FOR SALE. n n Estate RAFIDLY 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. FOR PRIVATE SALE. 14-LOT ON BERETANIA STREET, near Thomas Square: 120 feet on Beretania street; 290 feet deep; 120 feet on Kinau street. 2 PREMISES OF MR. C. F. WOLFE, Piikol street, containing 1 76 100 acres;: Grounds planted with Fruit Trees, Oranges, Limes, Peaches, Grape3, Pears, Cherries, Etc. Water laid throughout. An elegant piece of property. Shares of Stock OAHU ASSESSABLE. HAW'N. 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 lvip ling. Soldiers of Fortune by Ttichard 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 Loe The Red Bridge Neighborhood by Pool. All of the above, and many more, just received by "Inquisition! i 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 pie 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. ? , , L v, ! ill;? 1 : likM:1- ' 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. Hobron Drug Co AGENT: King and Fort. v v r, it n FOPtT 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. . Ill, IT, 41. t 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 FGAN FOET STREET. $45 BICYCL $45 Large Shipment Just Received. r EARS0N & HOBRON, 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 Handtfercfeteb, and all Silk Goods WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants Nothing So Irritating As an ill fitting shirt. If you knew our perfect system you know the secret of continual ?:ood humor. ' 3 tear i Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. IWlftlft (Limited.) Merchants h Coiissi tens. tr "Ot ii I r.vv, J K i TXT v We Make Shirts to Order. JUST ARRIVED PER ZEALAKDIA: Whole Wheat Flour, and Graham Flour In 10 and 50 lb. sacks. ROLLED WHEAT, ROLLED OATS. In 7 lb. sacks and all sorts of meal stuffs. VVASB INGTONFEED CO. COR. FORT & QUEEN STS. Telephone 422. THE BEST O 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. .i Ceylon, formerly famed for , its 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 beins rapidly beaten by its youthful competitor, as witness the following figures taken from "Ilazell's Annual. GREAT BRITAIN'S TEA IMPORTS 1S77 China 132,000,000 lbs. Ceylon Nil. 1S9G China 28,000,000 . lbs. Cevlon 70,000,000 Jbs. NIRVANA, cell's GtlOtf. MANILACIGARS. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. H. MAY & CO.. list oni Mi Gn -:- 58 FORT STREET. - f Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box. 47f. nieresi lo i Lois. Just received per "A. J. Fuller" the following articles in STONEWARE: 01! BUTTER JARS. WATER JARS. 1 v $ v r ' PRESERVE JARS. FRENCH POTS. COFEEE POTS. BE AX POTS. FLOWER POTS. FLOWER BASKETS. j WATER KEGS. WATER JUGS. GLAZED FLAT BOTTOMED PANS. MIXING BOWLS. POULTRY FOUNTAINS. "1 HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. 'V. H. W. Schmidt & Sons, . '-, Having taken stock, and reduced ail prices, S now offer the latest styles of FANCY PRINTS AT 5 CENTS PER YARD, And other goods in proportion. Also, ex "Zealandia," a O fine assortment of FISH R3ET CURTAIM. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS. VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST. fc.--fWfVin ?fc-'r-(f '--Jl- -i.fv.'tHr -snr-f