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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, .1 INK 1, ISO:
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LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOR
Hew Englouuol Lite insurance Co
OF BOSTON.
lino fife Insurance coin
OF HARTFORD.
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Queen Street, : : Honolulu, II. I.
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, Wailuku Sugar Company,
Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Su
gar Company, Haleakala Ranch
Company, Kapapala Ranch.
Planters Line, San Francisco Packets,
Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line to Bos
ton Packets.
Agents Boston Board of Underwrit
ers. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un
derwriters. LIST OF OFFICERS:
P. C. Jones, President; George II.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, II. Water
house, G. It. Carter, Directors.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
LIMITED.
Wm. G. Irwin President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice-President
W. M. Giffard.. Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter Auditor
SUGAR FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION AGENTS
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Company
Of San Francisco, CaL
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LIMITED.
Subscribed Capital
Paid Up Capital...
Reserve Fund
.Yen 12,000,000
- .7,500,006
HEAD OFFICE; YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES;
Kobe, London, Lyons, New Yerk,
San Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong.
Transacts a General Banking and
Exchange Business.
Agency Yokohama Specie Bant:
New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, EI. I.
CLAU8 SPBRCKEL6.
Wm G. Irwin
CLAUS SPRECKELS & GO,.
Bankers,
HONOLULU - - - ILL
Hak Francisco Agents The Nevada tan
of San Fnvncteeo.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
San Friinelsoo The Nevada Bank ef 8h.l
Francisco.
Liondoji The UKloti Bank of imdou (Ltd.).
(Sew York American Exchange Nation.'
Bank.
Clilour Merchants National Bank.
Paris Com ptolr National U'Escompte de
Paris.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hoajskoutr and Yokohaina-EongVong and
(Shanghai Bankinp Corporation.
New Zealand aud Australia Bank oi
New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Eank of Brit
ish North America.
transect a Gessroi wis Exctiooe Business
Deposits Received. Loans made on Approved
Security. CoKunercial and Travelers' Credits
Issued. Blllb of Exchange Bought and Sold.
Collections; Promptly Accounted For
-THE-
Hi ini
Will Collect your Accounts fcr
you in a Prompt and Sat
isfactory Manner.
FOUR ACTIVE COLLECTORS are
continually on the go, and others will
be added with the increase of business.
Returns made on all bills collected
the day after collection.
Special rates for special classes of
bills.
Ring up telephone No. 256, or call
around at 210 King street, for further
information.
REPvlOVAL NOTICE.
ill! II
CO.,
18 10
in in 1
In
JOSE de ESPIRIT0 SANTOS
Manufacturer of
GUITARS. UKULELES AND TARO
PATCII FIDDLES,
Has removed to
King St., near Punchbowl St.
We have just received
an invoice of the
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MAtURLD AND BOTTLED If J fcCND
Vtee arid strength
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A). Govern mlw4
HONOLULU, DISTRIBUTORS
Unexcelled in quality, and
bottled under the U. S. Gov
ernment supervision.
Call for it.
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Sole Agents.
THE
WAR
... IS ON
And You Must Have the News
Join the army of subscrib
ers for files of the
San Francisco Daily
CALL,
CHRONICLE or
EXAMINER
by leaving your order with
HE
" Satisfaction to our pat? ins" is
our motto.
J. R. Shaw, D.V.S
Office and Infirmary, - - 863 Kng St.
TELEPHONE 796.
Modern and Humane Treatment.
FOR ONE MONTH
reduction SALE.
COMMENCING SATURDAY, MAY 21.
Ladies Underwear, 25c. per piece.
Ladies' Underwear, 50c. per piece.
Ladies' Undershirts, 2 for 25c.
Ladies' Undershirts, 5c. each.
Muslin, all colors, 10 yds., 75c.
Ladies' Shoes, 75c. per pair.
Ladies' Shirt Waists, S5c. each.
Ladies' Stockings, 3 pair for 25c.
Calico, 35 yards, $1.00.
Cotton Flannel, 10 yds., 7oe.
Corsets, 35c. each.
Roys' Hats (colored), 15c.
Lace, 12 yds.. 50c.
Chinese Silk Handkerchief?, very
low.
CHU YIP & Co
Nuuanu St., opp. Y. W. Ahana.
NORTH K0S& BOARDING HOUSE AND
SANITARIUM.
Situate on the beach at Kailua, N.
Kona.
Careful treatment for all medical
and surgical cases.
Board and Lodging at reasonable
rates accorded to invalids and visitors.
Associated with the beach house is
a mountain residence (1,500 feet ele
vation) where visitors may have the
benefit of a change of atmosphere.
Terms, etc., on application.
Manageress:
MRS. MARY ATCIIERLEY.
Medical Attendant:
DR. ATCHERLEY,
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.
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Limited.
GO.
THE GOOD FIGHT
Progressive Sentiment of lis!
Woman's Board.
FIELD IS PRESENTED HERE
Opportunity and Responsibility.
Reports Various National
ities Finances.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Board of Missions for the Pacific was
held yesterday. As usual there was a
large attendance. There were many
gratifying reports of work done, and
helpful suggestions for the coming
year. The history of the twelve
months past has been one of earn
est purpose, hard work, and real suc
cess. Some points brought out by those
who reported for the various branches
of work are worth remembering. Miss
Mary Greene speaking of the Hawai
ian Bible Reader's work told of an
increase of i cleanliness in the homes
visited, but especially pleasing were
her remarks concerning the effect of
the work upon the Hawaiian women
who accompany her in her daily visits.
They have learned, she says, lessons
which make them really executive in
the work, and better than all express
the thought that in service is the only
true life.
Mrs. Damon made a strong appeal
for a woman helper in the Chinese
Mission Work. That work goes on
very successfully but those most in
terested know that there is an un
measured field of usefulness for some
woman who wilJ devote her life to
the Chinese. women in this city.
An interesting item of Mrs. Gulick's
report told of the increased attend
ance of women at the religious meet
ings held for the Japanese here in Ho
nolulu; on the other hand it is rather
startling to hear that during the past
year the number of Buddhist priests
in the eity has greatly increased. They
will constitute an unexpected and new
obstacle to Avork f qt Japanese here.
The Portuguese work is progressing
finely. Miss Fernandez said that oiten
when she goes into The homes of her
people she is met with the question,
"Have you brought the little Book?"
So eager are evtn Those who do not
profess "Protestantism for the Word
which has been denied them. Daring
thfc morning the Society voted to send
to the Legislature a memorial against
legislation favorable to opium traffic.
The treasurer's repcxt showed that
$1.1.04.07. had been collected dining the
year for the regular work, of which
$281.64 is carri-ed over to the new year.
In addition to this, about $600 has bsen
sent to the Armenian sufferers.
The recess and lunch were delight
in 1 features of the meeting; while the
afternoon session was especially agree
able. A chorus of girls from Kameha
meha, with Miss Clymer as leader,
rendered a delightful number. None
who heard it can forget Miss Hyde's
sweet solo -The King of Love My
Shepherd is." The inspiration of the
-meeting came largely from the address
of the President Mrs. Hyde. In the
dpvr.Tinn.nl fVPffisM With Which Site
oneri-ed the
mc:
Hycte had ernphasizea the thought of
making every condition and circum
stance of life a service for the Master
and gave a-s a watch word for the
coming yeai- the text "Such as I have
I give Thee' In h:-r annual address
the president said in part: "When
did missionary workers ever have a
greater or broader field immediately
around them, than is presented to us?
Are we called to Foreign Mission
.work? Here it opens before us among
the thousands from China and Japan.
Is it Home Missions in which we are
specially interested? Here we are sur
rounded by those who know of Christ
and His Salvation, but who care for
none of these things. Is it philanthro
pic and educational work that enlists
our sympathies? Look at the poor and
isrnorant on every hand. It lias been
well said that 'Every gift oi Provi
dence to us. is an opportunity and
therefore a responsibility; and the.
blessing does not come with the gift
until we recognize the responsibility
and use the opportunity. If we want
the character that comes from unsel
fish living.' we must live unselfishly.'
We cmnot have results without pro-
cesses. If we want spiritual loveli
ness we must possess the lovely
spirit.' We cannot 'of ourselves, in our
own strength do away with the sin aud
suffering of the world; but we can
by unwearied labor and never ceasing
effort do much to alleviate the suffer
ing and lessen the wrong doing. We
must be ready to respond to every call
for help, every cry of need, however
humble. We must see as did Christ.
in every ruined nature something that
is worthy o
our love and effort. Too
often we
effort in
bv false
are deterred
iroi
i King an
o others
tne way
Smmility
Only a thought.
wrought
Could never In-
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or pen be
a thread
indred fold."
of service
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ht hv want
taught
For it ran through a
of gold
And the life hore frv.
a ;:
"If we really wish to I'
to others we r.:u?t have ta-;
with them.
Evil i:
wrous:
of thought as wed
as want ot heart.
On the tomb of Sir Curistopher Wren
in St. Paul's. London, are these words:
Would you see his monument, look
about vou. It we would Know whether
Ii sin
ruling look ai
law of Service' has bt-e:
lnncipi'' (.if our live?. !
th-i lives about and ?e
consecrated life has ira
u :
-.vheth-r
pr--d
itself in tender loving. Chri
like sympathy and service.
FIRST VIEW.
Kilohana .Members and Guests
See the Pictures.
The first view of the contributions
to the spring exhibition of the Kilo
hana Art League was given the mem- i
bers and their friends in the league
hall last night. The reception commit- j
tee consisted of Mrs. ,S. B. Dole, Mrs.
Bruce Cartwright, Mrs. F. A. Schaefer
and Mrs. Widdifield.
Particular attention was paid to the
work of decorating the hall and stage
and the trouble spent on this was by
no means lost, for admiring eyes were
many.
In regard to the .work exhibited
much might be said. D. Howard Hitch
cock had a number of pieces, recently
finished. His "Outposts," a marine
view and his "Kilatiea in 1S93," at
tracted much attention. Mrs. Kelly's
floral pieces were likewise very favor
ably commented upon. Among other
successful contributors were the fol
lowing: Mrs. Belle Jones, Mrs. A. H.
Graham, Mrs. Alfred Willis, Mrs. Her
bert Garstin, Mrs. A. B. Tucker, Mrs.
H. M. von Holt, Mrs. S. Dacota, C.
W. Dickey, Philip Dodge and G. E.
McCrea.
Miss Herrick, Miss Towne and Miss
Hall were the contributors of China
painting while Mrs. Clarence Macfar-
lane had a portrait on view.
The League was successful in obtain
ing, through one of the members, a
sketch by Fred Yates which was on
view.
One of the main topics of the even
ing was the new home of the league,
plans for which are now being made.
The members hope that they will soon
move into a fine large building where
triey will no longer be handicapped
as they have been in the past.
LANAI PLANTATION.
If
Well Borinc Gives Results
Susar Will Be Produced.
No?? for a Lanai plantation. R. D
WAlhridee and Fred Hayselden are
at the head of the enterprise. They
have the assurance of ample financial
backing. Surveys have been made. Soil
have been tested. The landing has been
selected. The prospectus is in course
of preparation. It is hoped to have
the all-important problem of water for
irrigation settled within thirty days
A well boring outfit goes forward to
dav. The contract has been awarded
to the Chinese company in the busi
ness. An extra drill was made at the
Honolulu Iron Works yesterday. The
rigging, men, etc., will be shipped by
the Wilder steamer Maui at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. A trial will be made
for a ten-inch well. It is claimed that
the surface indications are all that
could be desired and a number of ka
maainas are confident that water will
be found. There are many consider
able areas of fertile soil on Lanai, but
the Island has for many years been
given up almost entirely to stock
Lanai has long been a producer of
wool and mutton. The gentlemen who
are now taking active steps in the
furtherance of the project for a plan
tation for Lanai have long had the
plan in mind. They have proceeded
cautiously and are yet very loath to
speak of their campaign in detail. It
is certain, however, that if water is
found a very large sugar estate will
be established.
Advertising is not an expense. It
is a business investment. If you want
to invest your money profitably you
will therefore put your advertisements
in such a paper as the P. C. Advertiser,
that is read regularly and thoroughly
by everybody worth reaching. The
Advertiser is the recognized leading
journal of the Hawaiian Islands, and
has no rival as an advertising medium.
TELEPHONE 755.
P. O. BOX 4.
Openingr Announcement
Palaraa Co-operative Grocery Co.
LIMITED.
The Company Store is Now Open for
the Transaction of Easiness
And we shall be pleased to wait
upon our old customers who so gen
erously patronized the former Palaraa
Grocery. New patrons will also be
offered every inducement to place
their orders with us. Orders by tele
phone or through the mail3 will re
ceive prompt attention. Don't forget
our motto was and always will be that
"A nimble six pence is better than a
lazy half crown."
H. CANNON,
Manager Palama Co-operative Gro
cery, Ltd., Opposite Railway Depot,
King street.
Honolulu, May 6, 189S.
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Our best selling and most satis
factory line of toilet ware in sterl
ing silver.
Made in heavy weights, best of
bristle in the brushes set in solid
celluloid, making them indestructi
ble. We have five complete patterns
to selet from, including one as low
as the following:
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Large Clothes Brush, $4;
Large Mirror, $8;
Large Comb, $1;
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New Books
AT THE
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR!
"Hawaii's Story," by Liliuokalani.
"The Girl, from Hong Kong!"
"Lost Counters Falka."
"A Modern Corsair."
"For Her Life."
"In the Shadow of the Pyramids
"Quo Vadis" 25c. Ed.
"Billy Hamilton."
"Miss Devecreux of the Mariquita,"
and many others.
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FANCY STATIONERY FOR PO
LITE CORRESPONDENCE;
ISLAND CURIOS.
HAWAIIAN MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND SHEET MUSIC.
Always the best values in SCHOOL
supplies.
316 Fort Street,
Mantel Clocks,
Alarm Clocks,
Hanging Clocks.
Gold and Silver Watches,
Gold and Silver Jewelry,
SILVERWARE.
SPECTACLES.
Prices At-o Right
Manufacturing and repairing prompt
ly done. Repairing fine and complicat
ed Watches a specialty.
M. R. COUNTER.
507 Fort St.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. NOLTE, Prop.
First -Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale or Milk. Open
from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m.
Smokers Requisites a Specialty.
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LIMITED
Offer for Sale:
REFINED SUGARS.
Cube and Granulated.
PA Pi A FINE PALM CO.'S
Paints, Compounds and Building
Fapers.
PAINT OILS,
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
INDUHLNE,
Water-proof cold-water paint. In
side and outside; in white and
colors.
FERTILIZERS,
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for su
gar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical fertil
izers and finely ground Bone
Meal.
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe
covering.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute. ' '
CEMENT, LIME & BRICKS.
AGENTS FOR
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO.,
San Francisco. Call
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder").
New York. U. S. A.
N.
OHLANDT & CO..
San Francisco. Cal:
RISDON IRON
WORKS,
AND LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, CaL
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A Model Plant is not complete with
out Electric Power, thus dispensing
with small engines.
Why not generate your power from
one CENTRAL Station? One gener
ator can furnish power to your Pump,
Centrifugals, Elevators, Plows, Rail
ways and Hoists; also, furnish light
and power for a radius of from 15 to
30 miles.
Electric Power being used, saves the
labor of hauling coal in your field, also
water, and does away with high-priced
engineers, and only have one engine to
look after in your mill.
Where water power Is available It
costs nothing to generate Electric
Power.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM
PANY is now ready to furnish Electric
'lants and Generators of all descrip
tions at short notice, and also has on
hand a large stock of Wire, Chande-
iers and Electrical Goods.
All orders will be given prompt at
ention, and estimates furnished for
lighting and Power Plants; also, at
ention is given to House and Marine
Wiring.
THEO. HOFFMAN, Manager.
Monuments and Headstones.
The undersigned Is prepared to do
CEMETERY 'work cf all kinds, and
supply MONUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which he has a great va
riety of the latest and most artistic de
signs, and will also supply stone cop
ing separately for surrounding ceme
tery lots.
Estimates giren in Marble, Granite,
Hawaiian Stone, ete.
FUHD. HARRISON.
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