THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 30, 1S9S.
The best at the lowest 0
price at HOi'l".
It's easy enough to sell
cheap things cheap. But
they never prove cheap. If
cheap tnings could be
made ho that they would
give uncomplainable sat
isfaction we might handle
them. As it is we look to
the satisfaction givi ng
qualities of what we sell
and depend on our buying o
abilities buying in big v
lots, etc., to bring prices 0
within the popular plane.
there's a vast difference.
Merely quoting a low
price signifies nothing.
It's the value that makes
WE MORTALS BE!
Do you think for one moment that
we are in politics?
Everybody FREE and EQUAL, at
our store. Nationality, Religion, Poli
tics, are all the same to us. The mil
lionaire receives no more attention
than the man who earns his 50 cents
When the whole community is car
ried away with temporary excitement
they forget all about their household
duties, and also their household wants,
but they never forget where they can
buy the cheapest. They think of
TUMBLERS at 33 cents a dozen at
Dimond ic Lo. s.
DINNER PLATES at 73 cents a dozen
at Dimond & Co.'s.
cents each at Dimond
Roll Top Desks,
Tor another week at inside figures.
WE HOPE YOU'VE
An IRON HANDLED STEEL KNIFE
and FORK for 10 cents at Di
mond & Co.'s.
COAL OIL SOAP, 3 cents a cake at
Dimond & Co.'s.
and when they want a STOVE or RE
FRIGERATOR, they call at Di
mond & Co.'s and get the best and
the CASH and let the
'm sf.p how near vou can match these
swcial l't of Desks anl Parlor Tables
uruVo nftV'pinT at. these reduced nneas.
2Cotfcin; proves the worthiness of our
Mtrtrains like compandor, mere are u
r- ew left for those of you who neglected A
X to respond to the first call. X
it'll I KB
Unasmnch as one-third of
X your life is spent in bed why not
X enjoy a a good soic matcre33 we
make them over as good as new.
J. HOPP & Co.
5 Leading Furniture Dealers.
O KING & BETHEL STS.
the club stables Flag Handkerchiefs and
C. CELL1NA, Manager.
Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477.
men, Boorflina onii soles siomes. lanterns
V ith American
PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN
' OUTS. SAFE DRIVERS.
"We are especially equipped to cater
to your trade. Fair dealing and good
service is what we depend on to get it. . n . TTvrrDrIITrrO
Dr. Rowat is always in attendance LA Ix IiAjN lmrLrUjlllr-ir 0
at the Staoies.
M Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union & Hotel Sts.
(Old Bell Tower.)
CAREFUL. AND WELL INFORM
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders for Surreys. Wagonettes,
Single or Double Teams at a moment's
Hacks Nos. 125, 1S3, ISO. 70, 77, 81.
C. BELLINA, Mgr.
Tel 219. Stables Tel. 477
With American and
. T C L 1 1 1 i
JLarge oiock. uu iiuim iu scicul
from. To be sold at low prices.
A SHIPLOAD OP
TITRATE OF SODA
An excellent Fertilizer for
Rattoons and Early Cane,
And in the Dry Season.
IS NEAR AT HAND.
Occupation' awl Annexation
to Be at Hani
HAVAII AS A PACIFIC BASE
Attitude of Administration-Islands
Adapted to Lrse as Reserve Post.
Joint Resolution in the House.
TO OCCUPY HAWAII.
CHICAGO, May 19. A special from
Washington says: It is probable that
American troops will soon be occupy
ing Hawaii. President McKinley
agrees with all callers that the tem
porary occupation of the Philippines
is out of the question. Whether we de
sire it or not, we will be compelled to
retain the islands for a long time, if
not permanently. More troops than
now decided on will have to be sent
to Manila in course of several months.
This contingency appeals to the ad
ministration with such force that the
advisability of making Hawaii a base
for, both army and naval operations
has been discussed. It is not known at
what time the American commander
in the Philippines might need addi
tional men. The distance between San
Francisco and Manila might endanger
American prestige and many lives. To
offset this possibility it is proposed to
send probably 10,000 volunteers to Ha
waiithere to be held in reserve. They
could be trained there and from that
point could be sent to Manila twenty
days earlier than they could if kept in
the United States. The climate of Ha
waii is excellent. No finer point could
be selected for organizing, drilling and
eauipping raw recruits ana getting
them into shape for active field service.
NEW YORK, May 19 A Washing
on special to the Herald says: Sena
tors who are opposed to Hawaiian an
nexation are now trying to prevent
action by the House of Representa
tives on Newlands' resolution.
Since that resolution has been re
ported ,to the House plain intimations
have been conveyed to Chairman Hitt
of the Foreign Affairs Committee that
if the House should pass the resolu
tion the enemies of annexation in the
Senate would retaliate by holding up
the war revenue bill indefinitely. Pct-
tigrew of South Dtkota is the Senator
who has taken the lead in this movement.
On the other hand the more earnest
advocates of annexation in the Senate
have intimated that action by the
House on the Newlands resolution
would accelerate the passage of the
war revenue bill. There are apparent-
v rlanererous complications between
the annexation resolution and the war
revenue bill, whichever course is taken
in the House.
Advance orders filled as received from
HAWAIIAN STONE MONUMENTS
and CEMETERY WORK (in detail).
CARVING AND INSCRIPTIONS.
Prompt and careful service given to
all work intrusted to me.
Queen and Fort Streets.
With Washington Feed Co.
For further details address
Hawaiian Fertilizing 'Company
A. F. COOKE, Manager, -;
P. O. Box 136. Honolulu.
1A0 STABLES STAGE LINE
Between Wailufcu and Laliaina, Maui.
FOR THE TABLE.
Tender, juicy, home dressed meats.
BEEF. MUTTON, PORK, ROASTS,
Everything fresh and good here
And prices are always very reasonable.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
214 Nuuanu St. Tel.- 104.
Stage leaves Wailuku depot on the
arrival of the 10:30 A. M. train, for
jLAHAINA, on Mondays, Wednesdays
.and Fridays. Returning to WAiLUIvU
?mra Lahaina on Tuesdays. Thursdays
and Saturdays in time to connect with
ifce 1:30 P. M. train for Kahului,
TSnreckelsville and Paia.
Fares and packages at reasonable
terms. First class drivers Splendid
:rego & sons,
Saturday, June 4.
Game called at 3:30 P.M.
A. V. Gear, chairman of the House
Finance Committee, said yesterday
that a supplement report would be
made at once in the matter of export
ing Postal Savings accounts. Mr.
Gear said a rather wrong impression
had unfortunately been given by the
first report. As a matter of fact the
so-called '"shortages" were duly en
tered and the financial responsibility
assumed. In each case of a "shortage"
or error of 100 on two separate days,
the mistake was made by a subordinate
clerk in the bureau. The force has
been too small for a long time.
Only a few men of the Charleston
crew will have shore liberty.
REWARD OF MERIT.
At the CHICAGO CYCLE SHOW in
1S97, each visitor on entering the
Saow was handed a coupon reading as
"After viewing the exhibits, kindly
fill in the name of the Bicycle which
pleases you best as regards beauty
and mechanical merit, and deposit the
coupon in ballot box near exits.
Name of Bicycle, "
The "Shirk" received 17.1S9 ballots
against 12,377 the next 'highest. When
it is known that all the leading makes
of wheels in the United States were
on exhibition at this Show, the above
speaks for itself. The HONOLULU
BICYCLE CO. have secured the Agency
for this strictly high grade wheel.
IT WILL INTEREST YOU TO CALL
AND SEE IT.
The SHIRK is the best thing that
ill ill I Si
For Shirt Waists and Costumes.
In Triumph, Surah and Brocade.
BLACK AND COLORED SATIN.
In all Widths Stripes, Plaids, Plain,
Colors, Grossgrain, in
SATIN, SILK, TAFFETA AND MOIRE TAFFETA.
PLAY BALL NOW.
Clpse and Exciting Match Game
on League Grounds.
Contrary to expectations the base
ball games become better ana uetter
every Saturday, ine nununuus
to have awakened from their state of
lethargy and are now doing all they
can to win the championship for this
season. The enthusiasts are hoping for
an even number of games on each side
at the end of the season and a depen
dence of the championship on the last
game. The contest of Saturday was a
nretty one. The first two or tnree m-
- . . l,fV,
nings were iun oi errors uu uum
sides, but the remainder of the game
was a nleasant contrast. Ihe score
stood 8 to 7 in favor of the Honolulus.
The last inning was played under
protest on account of a decission
against the Regiments.
There was a great discussion m the
last inning when the Regiments went
to the bat. Wilder was on second base
and Lishman was on first. There was
no one out and things did Iook as
if the Regiments would at least tie
the score. Gorman went to the bat
and knocked an infield fly which was
muffed bv Jackson. According to the
rules, Gorman was out on account of
the two bases being occupied. How
ever Umpire Flint called Lishman as
well as Gorman, out because as he
claimed the former ran to second and
the ball was thrown to first before he
could get back. Flint would not change
his decision. He admitted that when
the flv was muffed by Jackson and
Wilder ran to third, that he had order
ed the latter back again to second.
Umpire Soper was on the side of the
Regiments and declared that the only
man out was the batter. The Regi
ments claimed that when Wilder was
orrlpred back to second, all play stop
ped and Lishman was safe, although
he had started to second and failed to
get back to first before the ball was
delivered there. The Regiments will
nrnlmhlv nsk for a meeting of the
League to decide the point.
Harrv Whitney, the old official urn
pire, stated after the game that Gor
man was the only man out and that
Flint was mistaken when he called
Lishman out., for Wilder had been or
dered back to second by both urn
nires and all play was therefore stop
ped. The score of the game by inning;
was as follows:
1234 5 07 S 9
Resiment 0610 0 000 07
Honolulu 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 S
Roman Stripes and Plaids in
Come early and get first choice.
NO. 10 FORT STREET.
Some folks say that ready-made
clothes are just as well put together
and fit as neatly as tailor made gar
ments. Now that isn't so.
WTe make suits to order from $20 up.
They outwear and outlook a half dozen
Medeiros & Decker,
THE HOTEL STREET TMLORS.
Defined means a Precipice, a Swelling:, Blustering.
True representation need? no
bolstering. -Dodging and high
colorinc: goes for naught if you do not meet people fairl'; false promises
like oil on water, come to the surface and sta3' there.
Honorable action with the people shows by increasing business to
be the proper procedure and best method. In Shoes people look for
comfort, style and reasonable prices. Try us and you will find your
wants satisfied. Remember at
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
Island Orders Solicited. 205 Hotel St., Arlington Block.
Opp. Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Is out. All those dumb headaches,
those eye aches, that nervousness,
are the eves calling for rest and at
Reeain vour sight and comfort.
S. E. LUCAS,
OFFICE: Love Building, Fort Street.
L. IvOXG THE.
62ZY2 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis
' 'A 3 ' .1 t '4 A 'A C A it t 'A 'A 'A 'A A A A
We wish to thoroughly impress on your mind
that the present stock cannot hold o-it forever; that
if the Spanish-American War continues for any
f length of time prices are bound to advance. Again,
freight rates will be high, as well as more or less
g risk in getting them on to this market.
Until they are closed we will has'e bargain
Ribbon Counter 5c Per Yard!
OTHER RIBBONS AT COST.
QfrirAr? PliM ro-ri?n find
Watered All Beauties.
"tg On your way in glance at the window full of
k SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
I Temple of Fashioi
M. G. SILVA, Propr.
k 91 9i t 91 91 9i 91 9L 9 K 5 ? K K l S , H K
'he Rubber Tire Wheel Company
,-4iiie Mosi Durable
PLANT AT THE HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MNU FACT U III N (J
.COMPANY, QUEEN STREET.
c o b"& o m i
Old "Wheels'Keset with Steel Channels, Itubber Tires,
and Roller-Bearing Axles.
WILSON & WHITEHOUSE.
SOLE LICENSEES FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
ABOUT WHAT 1 SAY IN MY
I prefer vou would doubt my word and verify what I say by
coming to my shop seeing is believing and is the most con
vincing argument. When I say that until June I I am making
A Big Cut in Horse Supplies,
I mean evcrv word ot it.
Here is a partial li?t of the goods on which the cut will be
made: Salt Sack?, Hor.-e Boot?. Sheets, Hoods, Scrapers, Bits,
Sponges, Brushes, Bandages, Ointment, Condition Powders,
Manv of these goods are cut 50 per cent., making them lower
than ever before and lower than you will be able to buy them for
The fact of .active war being in existence will bring the price
of these goods up higher than before the cut. better invest now.
P. 0. BOX 496.
King St., near Mann St., Honolulu.
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