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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 30, 1S98.
Yom Against a Reputation which it has cost a Million to acquire. Do you think you buy one suit out of a lot of Fine Chevi ots, Cassimeres, Worsteds and Serges bearing this label which we ' are selling at that you -$15. VL. ' 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 these clothes whether you buy them or not; for while your time is; worth something, it will not be waited in this instance. M. HcINERNY. Merchant and Fort Sts. For June Handsome Sailors In Crisp New Blocks It costs no more to be in fashion than out of fashion. The Dressmaking Department Is in keeping1 with the Millinery Department. All that is the Latest in Fashion'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 roceries, Provisions and General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods. ooo 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. WILLSA Undertaker and Embalmer. LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST. Telephone 846. Ilesldence, Kluar St. near Richards: Telephone S19. nrT Vviyi If,'''- " ' KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke. Every Style of Straw Hat Made to Order. SILK GOODS, LACQUER WARE, CROCKERY WARE, HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, ETC. I lit A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 runany risk, then, if fllAINUrAt l UKcKi Races M Feed i sosiiiiiiH OVERT SER THEY VOTE MM EY House Members Pass Many Ap propriation Items. ASSISTANCE FOR HILO BAND New Horns for Local Musicians. Sums for Public Improvements on Several of the Islands. HOUSE. Eighty-eighth Day, May 23. Under suspension of rules Rep. Rich ards made a report for the Passed Bills Committee on the resolution ordering informed the President of the necfies sity of more time for the completion of the work. The Senate was not in favor of joining with the House in any such request. Rep. Paris asked if the information was official or not. Rep. Richards answered that it wa3 not. Rep. Robertson moved that the House inform the President without waiting for the Senate. Carried. Under suspension of rules Rep. Isen berg presented the report of the Mili tary Committee to whom were referred certain items in the current account bill. The report was, in part, as fol lows: "We have carefully looked into the items of the support of the military and find that in the last session $05, 700 were asked for. Of this amount $57,295.53 were spent, leaving a bal ance of $8,404.47. ' This shows that a great deal of care has been exercised in the expenditure of the aforesaid appropriation, we therefore, recom mend that the amount asked for now which is $60,000, be allowed. "We would also like to state that we have very carefully considered the matter of new instruments for the band. We find that out of the 26 in struments that are in use now 10 of them belong to the Government, the rest are private instruments, the 10 Government instruments are very poor ones and have been patched up so often that they really should be con demned; we would recommend that $1705 be appropriated for new instru ments." Report laid on the table to be con sidered with the bill. Rep. Loebenstein moved that an item of $2000 be inserted in the Cur rent Account Bill for support of the Hilo band. For many years the or ganization had been supported by the citizens of the Rainy City. It was no more than right that some assistance should be rendered. Minister Damon was in favor of placing the appropri ation directly under the Department of Foreign Affairs. Rep. Atkinson said it was well known that "music hath charms to soothe the savage breast." He could vote for tle appropriation as there were in the House some spe cimens from Hilo whose savage breasts needed soothing. Rep. Kahaulelio moved an item of $500, "Assistance to Kalawao and Ka laupapa bands," be inserted in the Cur rent Account Bill. Carried. Rep. Kaeo asked that his resolution dealing with the Nawiliwili water works be brought up for consideration. This was granted. He wished the amount raised to $2500. The item pass ed. The resolution asking for $400 for wharf shed and warehouse at Hookena was allowed. The same amount was asked for Napoopoo. The vote stood 5 to 5. Vice-Speaker Kaai voted in favor of the item. Rep. Atkinson was called to the chair as the Vice - Speaker wished to say something for Maui. The Lahaina fishmarket resolution, asking for $400 was taken tp The amount was granted. An item of $1000 for a court house and jail at Kipahulu, according to a resolution brought in by Rep. Kaai, was allowed. On motion of Rep. Gear $2000 was voted for repairing and macadamizing Campbell Avenue and Monsarrat Road. Extension of wharf at Hookena, $1, 000. Carried. Beach road from Kailua to Keauhou $1000. Carried. At 12:15 p. m. House adjourned until Tuesday morning. A Death. After a very long illness Mrs. Wally Davis died at her late home on Sum ner's Island at about 7:C' o'clock Saturday morning. The funeral ser vices took place on the island Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Father Valentine officiating. These over, the body was brought ashore in a boat by the hus band of the deceased. Rev. Father Valentine and J. Aona, Sr. At the landing the casket was received by the pall-bearers and placed in the hearse. Interment took place in Nuuanu ceme tery whither a goodly number of the friends of the deceased followed the last remains. The pall-bearers were as folows: J. Aona, Sr., Geo. L. Desha, J. Olds, Jr.. and Fred Weed. Will leave .Maui. News comes from Maui that Samuel Chillingworth of Wailuku, has decided to come to Honolulu to remain per manently. This will take place as soon as he has had time to settle up all of his business on Maui. The peo ple of that island are very sorry to lose Mr. Chillingworth as he has been one of the foremost Jawvers and citi- i zens there for many years past. Mr. Chillingworth finds that he likes Hono , lulu better than Maui and Charles Chillingworth, his son, is located here permanently, so he feels he must like j wise come to Honolulu. i i False Alarm. The fire department was given an other useless run yesterday afternoon at about 4: SO o'clock. This time the fire was reported to le in the Chinese school house on School street and the whistle sent a large crowd of inquisitive people to the spot. When the engines arrived the fire had been extinguished. It seems that some of the chemicals in the cabinet of the school house exploded and some frightened person turned in the alarm. Natives arrived with bucket and the fire was soon at an end. WHOOPING COUGH. I had a little boy who was nearly dead from an attack of whooping cough. My neighbors recommended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did not think that any medicine would help him, but after giving him a few doses of that remedy I noticed an improve ment, and one bottle cured him entire ly. It is the best cough medicine I ever had in the house. J. L. Moore, South Burgettstown, Pa. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.' Benson, Smith & Co.. Ltd., Wholesale Agents for H. I. Everywhere! The Klondyke baking powder is Schilling s Best. It keeps in all climates and does the most work for the cent. 6 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Hawaiian Jockey Club JUNE 11th, 1898. OFFICIAL. PROGRAM. Races 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 dash. Free for all. Purse $150 added. To be Avon 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. C 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-.lG1::. $150 added. 7. KAMEHAMEIIA 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, 1:45 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 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 9 o'clock a. m. on June 10th, 1SD8. 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 will 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. 3xxx)ooxxxxoxooxxx: o o o o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o GET IT AT 0 WATEKHOUSE'S X Our Big usiness is not the result of sentiment or per sonal friendship or anything of the sort. It is the result of discretion in buying and close selling. We always aim to cut profits to the minimum and our enormous trade enables us to do it. Before you buy anything in the Dry Goods line acquaint yourself with our prices the chances are ten to one that we can save you money. If, after selection and trial, you fail to agree with us, a word from you, and the goods are back in our store exchanged for others, or the money you paid for them cheerfully refunded. We couldn't do this if our prices and gra dings were not thoroughly correct. Just now we are showing the follow ing seasonable goods: LINEN DUCK, for suits, LINEN CRASH, OUTING FLANNEL. Other leaders are: Woolen Blankets, Cotton Blankets, Colored Bedspreads, Toilet Bedspreads, Honey Comb Quilts, (All grades and sizes.) Colored Cheese Cloth. AMERICAN FLAGS, io, 12, 15 and 18 Feet. HAWAIIAN FLAGS. FLAG BUNTING. In Red, White, Blue, Black, ureen and Yellow. Close Inspection. We invite the closest inspection of every article of Dry Goods we offer for sale. In fact we prefer it. It shows that the customer "knows what's what," and as we keep nothing but that which is right, both as to quality and price, a close scrutiny of our of ferings is certain to redound to our credit. T 8 U o Queen Street. 0 o ckckocxxdooxxxxcxxxx: Be Sure and See tbe Plans of the PROVIDENT SAYINGS Life Assurance Society Of New York, Before Taking Out a Policy. E. R, ADAMS, No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent FOR HATCHING. From the following PURE-BRED Fowls of the choicest strains at my Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Bun Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, White Leghorns, Black MInorcas, Andalusi- an, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wyan- dottes and English S. G. Dorkings, Perkin Ducks and Bronze Turkeys. Prices furnished upon application. Favors from the other Islands will re ceive prompt and carefula ttentlon. A few choice Fowls for sale. WALTER C. WEEDON. 314 Fort St., Honolulu. Regrigerated Poultry -AND- Fresh Salmon CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Metropolitan Meat Market. Telephone 45. GLANCE AT THE WINDOW When passing the store. Af ter an examination you will agree that the display of DIAMOND RINGS SOUVENIR JEWELRY, (Native) Is as handsome as an in town. HANDSOME PEARL NECKLACE. BIART 401 H I"nRT ST. JEWELER. I mm 11 ege 1 j.CtUFGS. FRAMED OR UNFRAMED, ,(i is: fifi store; HO HOTEL ST. 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 seen our stock. The Goods and Prices will Suit you. MURATA & CO. Hotel, St., Cor. Nctjanu. ALL KINDS OF HATS. BRANCH HAT STORE, Hanann St. Telephone, 938. p. u. Box 206. A dry scalp causes dandruff dan druff causes the clothing to becorna 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. PACHECO & FERNANDEZ, Proprs. . Arlington Block, Hotel St. J. California Horses. MATCHED TEAMS, FAMILY, HACK AND SADDLE HORSES. Orders Taken for All Classes of Horses. STABLES, King St., Opp. Singer's Bafcery J. a. Mcdonald. P. O. Box 422. EX "DOKIC"- Grass : Cloth : Handkerchiefs! SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Silk Shawls, New Porcelain Cups and Sausers, Decorated lower Pots, Rattan Chairs, Matting, Tea and Dinner Sets, Fire Crackers. WING WO CHAN & CO. 910-212 Netjanu Ht. WING W0 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 Hawaiian Islands. LEWIS & CO., Mole (i Reioii. Grocers 111 FORT STREET. in : 1 Telephone, 240 : : P. O. Box, 29.