Newspaper Page Text
THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL 'ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JUNE 16, 1S93.
ocoooooooooooooc ooooc $ Tho best at the lowest g price at HOITS. 0 Quality I Mirm There is as bis a, difference in furni ture as there is between soiling cheap furnit.ure and good furniture. o o o It3 more to U3 to have any article left .with us to be repaired or up bolstered leave our shop and give en tire satisfaction both in the class of work done and the price than it is to sell new furniture. New furniture of the grade we sell 'is bound to give satisfaction. We never allow a piece of furniture or upholstering to leave our shop until it has passed a critical examination. o o o liy doing this wc are convinced that it is a3 it should be the best that skilled workmanship can accomplish, consequently our patrons are impress ed with the class of work done. o o o Just at present we are doing some excellent work in FEATHER PILLOWS AND MATTRESSES. If you have never had any pillows or mattresses renovated by us, we would suggest a trial they look like new after passing through our hands. For hire for balls, parties and public entertainments of any kind. 0 J. HOPP & Co. 8 8 Leading Furniture Dealers. 8 o o o KING & BETHEL STS. XK3O0O0O0O0O0O0C OOOOC THE CLUB STABLES (Limited) C. BELL1NA. Manager. Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477. IfilK. boot i PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN- OUTS, JAieJ -uitiviidtt-o. "We are especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and good service i3 what we depend on to get it. Dr. Rowat is always in attendance at the Stables. Glut) Stables Hack Stand Cor. Union A Motel Sts. (Old Dell Tower.) CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM ED DRIVERS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES. HACKS AT ALL HOURS. Orr.ers for Surreys, Wagonettes, Single or Double Teams at a moment's notice. Hacks Nos. 125, 1S3. ISO. 70, 77, SI. C. BELLINA, Mgr. Tel Si9. Stables Tel. 477. COST S3:-3STZD: A SHIPLOAD OF NITRATE OF SODA An excellent Fertilizer for Rattoons and Early Cane, And in the Dry Season. Advance orders filled as received from the wharf. For further details address Hawaiian Fertilizing Company A. F. COOKE, Manager. P. O. Box 13G. Honolulu. Correspondence solicited. There Are Different Kinds of Bread. Rye Bread, Graham Bread, Ralston t a iivrori and thoroughbred. Thoroughbreds are winners, the iii- breds are losers. We have just received a new lot of rve and pumpernickel flour, so you can once more enjoy juui a slice of delicious PUMPERNICKEL. 1 LIJ 833 FORT ST. CHARS lABLES m Sales SlQul The GERM! IKERi YOUR Money's Worth AT THE PEOPLE'S STOKE. Have you "money to burn?-' Are you more generous than your purse affords? Have you very little to spare? What you want in any case, is what we offer; Good Value AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. o o o STE RLI NT, SI LVERWARE, ROYAL WORCESTER, COALPART, CROWN DERBY, CUT GLASS. o o o We have a beautiful and well bought stock of the above wares which are marked as usual n AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. Wre do not have to make fancy pro fits, nor do we have to add a percent age to cover unpaid bills, therefore to inspect our stock AT THE PEOPLE'S STORE. I.fl.U Vi Limited, Flag Handkerchiefs and LANTERNS. LANTERNS With American and Hawaiian Flags. n . FLAG HANDKERCHIEFS With American and Hawaiian Flags. A Large Stock on hand to select rom. To be sold at low prices. WAYERLEY BLOCK, HOTEL ST. EVERYTHING FINE FOR THE TABLE. Tender, juicy, home dressed meats. BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, ROASTS, CHOPS. Fivervthinsr fresh and good here. And prices are always very reasonable. CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. 214 Nuuanu St. Tel. 101. Regrigerated Poultry -AND- Fresh Salmon CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Me it Market, Telephone 45. in Hi flsn II! . s n BASEBALL SEASON. FIRST REGIMENT VS. H0N0LULUS. Saturday, June 18. n t Will Pay You o A nil IB Game called at 3:30 P.M. Ad:niss"on 25c HOWt Mourning: Over lie Death afj Jas. I. Dowsett. ! THE NATIVES ARE DOWNCAST Bring Flowers to the Bier and Weep. Large Crowds on the Premises-Funeral Today. Early yesterday morning native from homes everywhere between Mo analua and Diamcnd Head began to gather at the Dowsett place in Pa lama. They came to place flowers at the bier of Kimo Pelekane and to mourn for the death of a friend. Later in the day and at evening natives arrived from over the Pali and from Ewa and Waianae and even from Wai alua district. News of the death oi Mr. Dowsett had been sent all over the Island and the Hawaiians in large numbers joined the throng of haoles i calling to pay respects and offer con- j solation. It was estimated that at one j time there were no less than 300 per- j sons on the premises. The older Ha- waiians could not restrain themselves j at all and gave vent to floods of tears j and to strange wailings. They were j overpowered and overcome by the thought that -no more would they have the friendly greeting, the certain and reliable advice or the material assis tance of the one who had been their reliance at all times and upon all oc casions for so many years. The floral offerings filled the house and lanais. The funeral will occur at d o clock this afternoon. It is likely that the Government offices -will close informal ly at that hour. The Legislature .will not !be in session. A good many busi ness houses -will suspend for the time. For the reason that Mr. Dowsett was formerly a member of the Assembly and on account of his distinguisiieu services for the country, the Govern ment band will be sent to play for the funeral. Marshal Brown will detail a snnad of nolice to lead the column. The nall-diearers will be selected from tvi .van Irs of .nrominent citizens. The funeral services will he conducted oy the Rev. Alexander Maciuntosn, witn j a special choir. i All of yesterday there was talk everywhere of Mr. Dowsett. To men tion the name was to express regret over his death and to pay an honest tribute to his memory and nobility of character. Hundreds were able to re call that at -some time or another they had received favor at the hands of Mr. Dowsett. He considered it. his duty to help those in distress and even when he was imposed upon ohered no word of complaint. The native Hawai ians do not tire in talking of Kimo Pelekane and .recounting his good deeds. To the natives .Mr. Dowsett was like a father. In all their difficul ties he was the trusted adviser. They regarded him as an alii. In their lives he was the arbitrator of hundreds ot differences. With them his word was more than law. When death came to the home-of a poor .native, Kimo 1 e-ipiv-nno was the man who could ,be de pended upon to furnish money for fun- eral expenses. Were cash needed tor supplies, a loan could be negotiated from Kimo Pelekane. And ne was a good friend at different and dilhcult times to many foreigners who had earned his confidence, lo nis ramnj Mr. Dowsett was always extremely kind. The search which the mother of 1 1 . A. James I. Dowsett made tor ner ioai husband, has its parallel only in the search of Lady Franklin, for the Arc tic explorer who failed to return. Capt. Dowsett, who had been m command of a revenue cutter for the Queen, came here m a mercnariL snip wuien was condemned. The captain, after rfMnnininsr ashore tor a time, ounuins a home and establishing business con nections, organized a pearl fishing ex pedition for the Pescadore islands. As stated in the biography given yes terday, he went ashore and was cut off by hostile natives, ine mate oi the ship retreated at once. For this he was severely upbraided by Mrs. Dowsett, who said that the captain would have forsaken no man in that fashion. Mrs. Dowsett, with the ad visory assistance of Mr. Pierce, after wards American Minister here, sent the vessel Waverlv to the Pescadores. The most important thing in the report. of that expedition was the finding ot the name of Capt. Dowsett cut into a cocoa mi t tree on one of the coral Isl ands. Commodore Wilkes, U. S. X., subsequently made a search, as did also the commander of a British war ship. To the day of her death, Mrs. Dowsett believed that there was chance of her husband, the captain, being alive with the natives and made every effort to have thorough investi gation. Capt. Dowsett intended, upon returning from the pearl fishing trip, to remain permanently in Honolulu as a business man. It was said yesterday that James I. Dowsett had a will made several years ago by Lorrin A. Thurston. He did not carry life insurance, but his es tate, if managed, will return hand somely to the heirs. The trustees of the Chamber of Com merce. Queen's Hospital and Sailor's Home will take appropriate action on the death of Mr. Dowsett. Purchasers of tickets for the High School concert to be given r.t the Opera House tomorrow evenins may reserve seats by calling upon Wall. Nichols, where the box plan is now open. The concert is for the benefit of the Red Cross Society. FOR INDIGESTION LOSS OF APPETITE A Household Remedy Throughout Queensland. ive the following testimony Mr. Fr.mk I iVacok of Given 7-rr..ce. iddin.t;t. Oueendand, v- '-.-. experience is its exact accord thou-ands of others: "I have u-ed Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla my family for indigestion, loss of Petite, and as a tonic, with very f -factory results. I have been ea-ed to recommend it to my friend d in many cases they have used it til equ.il satisfaction. ar v is a household remedy throughout (Jueeuslaud. It is the kind that cures. " i'.r r.'ii.ti?iation take Ir. Avfr's J'iiN. TUey r"-'!njiMy rfiii- and surely cure. Take tli-m HU Ui". Ajut'i Sstriu'Kirilla : one ;d.is tlic other. r-IOL LISTER DRUG CO., Agents. HAS CAPTURED THE TOWN. Next Performance, Thursday Night. Extra Performance, Saturday Night. Special Saturday Matinee. Matinee i Reserved, 50 cents. Prices ( Children. 25 cents. Seats for all of the above performances on sale at Wall, Nichols Co. Be Sure and See trie Plans of tlie PROVIDENT SAYINGS Life Assurance Society Of New York, Before Taking Out a Policy. E. R. ADAMS. No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent. COMMERCIAL SALOON Cor. Nuuanu and Beretania Sts. Newly renovated throughout. First-class Liquors of all kinds. Wieland Beer, a Specialty. Paddy Ryan, Manager. NEW STORE. Kwong Hing Cliong. 315 Nuuanu St. IT Jl I I O K - IMPORTED DRY GOODS. English, American and Chinese. DRESSMAKING A Specialty. Low Prices to suit the times. Come and see our new stoc and store. Don't forget. S15 NUUAXU STREET. mmm m nei mu k, LIMITED. Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., - - AGEXTS. Mm sirsiiirlli fhe Passing b On to me held or s.ory. there to be-:, all pursuits in this life, are rife with rave responsibilities, the future is uncertain, the end is unknown. The only sane way is to improve the present. Note tho in.lucements and facts, then jude accordingly- Shoes need thought: shoes need attention: if you have to set a pair, consider many thinjrs; 1 oat her does not improve in keeping, the results are quickly found out when you wear shoes that are not new. There is no value in uncertainties, llemember our shoes are new. are up-to-date in shnp. and are marked in price to satisfy everyone. Test this at A. E. MURPHY & CO. Island Orders Solicited. 205 Hotel St., Arlington Block. Opp. Elite Ice Cream Parlors Til eRnbber Tire SiHlfl rATEXTED. IK if ii i le. PLAXT AT THE HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING COMPAY, QUEEN STREET. v o o o nomsc, Easy, Ei'FFioior'a'f: ooo Old Wheels Reset with tce'. Channels, Rubber Tires, and Roller-Bearing Axles. WILSON &, WHITEHOUSE. .SOLE LICENSEES FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANT S. Made outside of the United landed in Honolulu. In ANNEXATION this same ware wull cost us landed 40 Per Cent. or costing us AND YOU SO per cent, SUCE PANS 20c, 30c, 40c and 50c, nnvp An TRA POTS. WASH DERS, PLATES, STRAINERS, ETC., Hilary Plumbing a Specialty. I 75-79 KING ST. O H E aa Bums o sei oi i Besl nana made Harness tuor L m And far superior to the imported harness. This harness is guaranteed to be strictly first-ciass in material, workmanship and finish. Other grades up to $100.00 per set, according to trimmings. 8 C TELEPHONE 662. P. 0. BOX 496. it lZ .vertiser, mil 1 yAtt Regiment do deeds of valor, ami nopm Wheel Company lite Mosl DuroUle States now pays a duty of 10 per cent, the event of Ad Yalofum more than at present. according to size. BOWLS AND PITCHERS, CULLEN all at the same reasonable prices. TEL- NO. 31 IMa Hiuuu, King St,, near Nuuanu St,, Honolnln. ilo, M oi vwr i I - 75 cents a Moai iweni it. o I JU TELEPHONE 077.