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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JUNE 16, 1S0S.
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Tennis Tourney Opens Japanese Methodist Con-
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Offer for Sale:
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With Exciting Games.
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Kew EnolQnd Aintuol Life Insurance Go
OF BOSTON.
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OF HARTFORD.
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Queen Street, : : Honolulu,
AGENTS FOR
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Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, Wailuku Sugar Company,
VaIhee 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. R. Carter, Directors.
I Mil im it
LIMITED.
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital " 7,500,000
Reserve Fund " 5,464,000
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES:
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kong.
Transacts a General Banking and
Exchange Business.
Agency Yokohama Specie Bank:
New Rep' Mic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. I.
CULVB SPRKCEKL8.
Wm G. Irvtis
CLAUS SPRECKELS & GO,
Bankers,
HONOLULU - II. I.
San Francisco agktjts The Nevada Ran
of San Fruuclsco,
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
San Francisco TLe Nevada Baai of
Sat
Francisco.
London The Unlou Bank of Loudon (LM..
New York American Exfianpe Nation'
Bank.
CllIcaf.TO Merchants National Bank.
Paris Comptoir National d'Eccmpto dt
Paris.
Berlin Dresilner Bsnk.
LToiiRrlvomr and Yokohama Hongkon? an3
Skanphsi Banking Corporation.
Jfe-vv Zotiland and Australia Bank of
New Zealand.
Victoria nnd Vancouver Bank ol Brit-
ieh North America.
iKGCia General Banking 8 Excnanae Business
Deposits Received. Ixans made on Approved
Bosuriiy. Comrnercial and Travelers' Credit
Issued. Bills of Exchange Bought and Sold.
Colleotlouj-;;i?ron;ptly Accounted For
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 Co.mpany
Of San Francisco, Cal.
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Will Collect your Accounts for
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.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
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JOSE de ESPIRIT0 SANTOS
Manufacturer of
GUITARS, UKULELES AND TARO
PATCII FIDDLES,
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King St., near Punchbowl St.
Loaded down with late con
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Call and obtain a sample
book of same from
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Limited.
We have just received
an invoice of the
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MATURED AND BOTTLED IN
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Guaranteed buj
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HONOLULU DISTRIBUTORS
Unexcelled in quality, and
bottled under the U. S. Gov
ernment supervision.
Call for it.
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Limited.
Sole Agents-
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, 35c. each.
Ladies' Stockings, 3 pair for 25c.
Calico, 35 yards, $1.00.
Cotton Flannel, 10 yds., 75c.
Corsets, 35c. each.
Boys' Hats (colored), 15c.
Lace, 12 yds., 50c.
Chinese Silk Handkerchiefs, very
low.
CHU YIP & Co.
Nuuanu St., opp. W. W. Ahana.
J. R. Shaw, D.V.S.
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Office and Inilrmary, - - 853iKmg'St.
TULEPHONE 796.
Modern hiuI Humane Treatment.
NORTH EOKA 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
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a mountain resiuencu ii.ouy xeet fie-
vation) where visitors may have the
benefit of a change of atmosphere.
Terms, etc., on application.
Manageress:
MRS. MARY ATCHERLEY.
Medical Attendant:
DR. ATCHERLEY,
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.
Play on Two Courts Results in
Detail Hours and Matches
for Second Day.
The tennis tournament has Lmi
in earnest and from the indication-; of
yesterday there are very ".vara times
yet to come before the contests that
shall decide for this year the suprema
cy of the players in singles and dou
bles, have been complete!. The courts
of both ;he Pacific and Beretania ten
nis clubs were yell attended by friends
at the
opening sets yesterday after
noon. The play on the whole was
very good and gives promise cf tine
things to come in a day or to. Tho
play of yesterday is .summed r. as
follows:
Pacific Courts H. Waterhcus?, P. T.
C. Senior, won over H. Macfarlane,
P. T. C. Junior, 6-1. C-0; E. R. Adam-;,
P. T. C, won over W. H: Babbitt, Pu
nahou. G-4, 6-1; Harold Dillingham,
P. T. C. Junior, won over G. P. Wilder,
P. T. C. Senior, C-2, 6-1; C. Vv Dickey,
P. T. C. Senior, won over George Ful
ler, P. T. C. Junior, 3-6, 6-0, 6-3; P. F.
De La VergneP. T. C. Senior, default
ed to C. Berger, P. T. O. Junior.
The sets on the P. T. C. grounds were
very exciting. In the sets between
Waterhouse and Macfarlane, the juni
or member tried his best to get on top
but the senior member had the experi
ence. The first set between Adams and
Babbitt was very exciting. Babbitt
playing a fine game against a swift
opponent. Had he kept along at the
same pace he might have won the
second set but he went to pieces and
gave Adams every opportunity to pav?,
him. It is needless to say that the
P. T. C. man look advantage of this.
Adams did fine work down the side
lines. Fuller won the first set off
Dickey in nice style but he could not
keep up the pace and put up a 11111011
weaker game in tha two remaining
sets.
The last set played 0:1 the P. T. C.
courts was between Chas. Atherion of
the B. T. C. and S. G. Wilder "of the
P. T. C. This was probably the most
exciting contest of 'the day. Wilder
won the first set with a score ci 6-0.
Then Atherton turned around and by
a spienaiu up-nm game, oeat wimer
by a score of 6-3. Then came the de
ciding game. Wilder and Athertcn
were both determined to do or die and
when it became so dark that they
could play no longer, the score stood
10 games on each side. The final
games will be played eff at 2 p. ta.
today.
B. T. C. Courts D. H. Hitchcock,
P. T. C, won over.H. W. Mist, 3-0,
0-7. 0-2: E. A. Mott-Smith. B. i. t:.,
won from i-J. a. jones. t 1.
6-3; C. H. Cooke. P. T. C. v.-on over
W. A. Wall. B. T. C, 6-0, 6-1; D.
Shanks. B. T. C, won over Geo. Car
ter. P. T. C. 6-1, 6-0 ; C. H. v. JNcuon,
P. T .C, defaulted to Arthur Mackin
tosh, Valley Club; .J. P. Cooke, P. T.
C. won over Alex. St. M. Ma?kintc:n,
Valley Club.
The play today as arranged 'by the
committee is as follows:
P. T. C. Courts at 4 p. m. El. H.
Adams. P. T. C. vs. H. Waternoue,
P. T. C: Willie Roth. P. T. C. Junior,
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vs. wiicier uignr. v. . k. rjr.iM-n.
o p. m. C. H. Ccoke, P. T. C. nior,
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vs. riaroiu lniJinuiiain. 1. 1. juni
or; J. P. Cooke, P. T. C, vs. C. W.
Dickey, P. T. C.
B. T. C. Courts at 4:30 p. m Cha.
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Berger, P. T. C. Junior, vs. uonaiu
Ross, B. T. C. i p. in. ti. a. iuoiL-
Smith, B. T. C, vs. Arthur Mackintosh,
Valley Club.
The winner of the Wilder-Atherton
match, unfinished yesterday, will play
D. H. Hitchcock.
The percentage of players m the
?ets of vesterday was as follows: P.
T. C, 66: B. T. C. 19; Valley Club,
ll1 and Punahou, 3.
To Seat 3.000. 1
The outdoor dining hall cn the Ex
ecutive Building grounds is new ready
for use. John Emmeiuth has the mons
ter range in place and the contractors
have delivered the tables and benches.
The actual seating capacity provided
13 6,-Vl'. i lie plan is lu
at one time if necessary. Capt. Ashley
believes that this can be done easily
if the details as now arranged are car
ried out. The tables are in sr.aue so
far as possible.
REWARD OF MERIT.
At the CHICAGO CYCLE SHOW
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1S)7, each visnor cn
entering tlie
on reading as
Sow was handed a co
below:
"After viewing the exhibits, kindly
fii! in thp nime of the Bicycle which
pleases you best as regards beauty
and mechanical merit, and deposit the
coupon in ba'.Iot box near exits.
Name of Bicycle, "
The -Shirk" received 17,4S0 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 hizh grade wheel.
IT WILL INTEREST YOU TO CALL
AND SEE IT.
The SHIRK is the best thing that
ever happened.
Daily Advertiser, delivered by car
riers, t j cents a montn.
Lot on River Street Secured An
Earnest Organization In Cali
fornia Conference.
The Methodist Japanese congrega
tion here is to have a church. The
house of worship will also be used as
a school room and kindergarten and
for social purposes in the religious
and educational line of progress. The
Japanese Methodists at present have
their church headquarters in the Bruce
Waring block at the corner of Bere
tania and Fort. The congregation is
strong in numbers and with a mem
bership intensely devoted and earnest.
Rev. H. Kihara, a young man of
university education is the pastor and
leader.
The site of the Japanese Methodist
church will be on River street, between
Beretania and Kukui. Wm. Savidge
has sold the lot to the trustees, who
are: Messrs. H. Waterhouse, Ripley,
Pearson, Nishi, Yasumori, Kawasaki,
Fukuda and Rev. II. Kihara. The loca
tion is central for the uses designed.
The lot cost $2900 and the chapel to
be built at once after plans supplied
by Mr. C. B. Ripley will cost $1500.
Most of this money has been raised by
the Japanese themselves. They have
been making contributions to the lot
and building fund ever since the con
gregation was organized. This church
is under the Methodist Jurisdiction of
California and receives some assistance
from that source.
It is said by the Japanese in Christ
ian work and by the Americans and
others helping them that renewed or
fresh and additional activity is urged
here at this time on account of the
spread of operations in these Islands
by Buddhist priests from Japan. The
number of priests has been growing
for many months and it is evident that
at their headquarters the progress of
the Christian religion amongst the
Japanese colony in Hawaii has
awakened not a little apprehension.
Agents For
Tribune
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Tiis Most Hcnest - Built Wheel Made!
MARCH-DAVIS'
Embodies all the desirable? features
of up-to-date construction.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
REPAIRING IN ALL BRANCHES.
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EA KIN & WHITMAN
314 Fort St.
HUSTACE & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Wood and Coa
ALSO
White and Black Sand
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Which we will sell at the very lowest
market rates.
Telephone No. 414.
Mil!
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e are now m a position to tune
and repair pianos at
FACTORY PRICES.
We guarantee all work to be strictly
high class and satisfactory in every
detail.
KR0EGER.
KIMBALL,
CHICKERLNG
PIANOS.
For sale for cash, or on the install
ment plan. Old instruments exchang
ed for new ones. Pianos rented, tuned
and repaired.
In a week or ten days our stock of
music and musical instruments will be
on hand.
Bergstrom Music Co.
PROGRESS
Telephone 321.
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Our best selling and most satis
factory line of toilet ware in sterl
ing silver.
.Vade in heavy weights, best of
bristle in the brushes, set in solid
celluloid, making them indestructi
ble. We have five complete patterns
to select from, including one as low
as the following:
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Large Hair Brush, $5;
Large Clothes Brash, $4;
Large Mirror, $8;
Large Comb, $1;
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Puff Boxes and
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New Books
AT THE
"Hawaii's Story," by Liliuokalani.
"The Girl from Hong Kong!"
"Lost Counters Falka."
"A Modern Corsair."
"For Her Life."
"In the Shadow of tho 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,
Pleasing Photos
Williams makes pleasing photos
pieasing likenesses, p.eas:ng poses
and pleasing in the dainty way in
-hi eh tl
ey are finished. You'll like
the pho'
)s that Williams makes for
you.
Fort Street.
ARTISTIC TUNING.
Having had many years experience
in factory tuning, I propose to put
your piano in "better tune" and make
it stand longer in tune than the major
ity of tuners can do.
By "kind permission, I givs the fol
lowing references:
Hawaiian News Co., Wall, Nichols
Co., Miss S. R. Patch, Prof. E. Cook,
and Prof. J. W. Yarndley.
G. R. HARRISON.
Orders left at either store will re
ceive prompt attention.
GOLDEN
ROLE
BAZAAR
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Kl'FLYED SUGARS
Cube and Granulated.
PARAFIXE PALM CO.'S
Paints, Compounds and Building
Tapers.
PAINT OILS,
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
INDURLNE,
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. Cal.
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.
7.-- ..-
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 j-our mill.
Where water power is available It
costs nothing to generate Electric
Power.
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM
PANY is now ready to furnish Electric
Plants and Generators of all descrip
tions at short notice, and also has oa
hand a large stock of Wire, Chande
liers and Electrical Goods.
All orders will be given prompt at
tention, and estimates furnished for
Lighting and Power Plants; also, at
tention is given to House and Marine
Wiring.
THEO. HOFFMAN, Manager.
Monuments and Headstones.
The undersigned i3 prepared to do
CEMETERY work of all kind3, and
supply MONUMENTS and HEAD
STONES of which he ha3 a great ra
riety of the latest and most artistic de
signs, and will also supply stone cop
ing separately for surrounding ceme
tery lots.
Estimates given In Marble, Granite,
Hawaiian Gtone, etc.
FRED. HARRISON.
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