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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEU : HONOLULU, .H .VE
17, 1898. ---- ., - II UNERAL xxxxoocooooooc ooock: HELD BIO YIELD I ' " ' ' ... - - ! ...... ., ., s: a m o GET IT AT TLTwIIOUSE'S f J . f B' t i 4 ji 0' M V A a' 1 Is ':. r I : ? .1 ' ? 4. : i I '1 i .r i pi V f t -7 i , ;.t , i . j m N Blue vy our b e a this and $16 Copyright 1S9S by The Stcin-Iiloch Co. the most experienced America, and are so J r seam can ravel or stretch, and the garment will hold its shape under all circumstances. No one can hope to possess such a suit made to measure at less than double this price. M. ncINERNY. Clothier. Merchant and Fort Sts. 1 Vj ,-' h row Awav Your Old Bu WILL A full line of Fine DouMe Whips SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE ADD HARNESS REPOSITORY. Fort St.. above ii McINTYRE & BRO, East Corner Fort and King Streets. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN n api ac PwwiQinne am E J General Agents for t&e Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods. 000 New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California, Eastern States and European Markets. Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruit3 and Fish. Goods Delivered to Any Part of the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Island Trade Solicited. P. O. BOX 145. :::::: H0 WILLIAMS Onderi ier and i LOVE IJUILDLNG, Tolephouo Sl(i. W Ileslrtoncc. Klust. near UlcliHnls: Telephone S 19. KING ST., Next to Every Style of Straw SILK GOODS, LACQUER WAKE, CROCKERY WARE,! HANDKERCHIEFS, V ft I ! bXiLt l MiLw erge r" X ': i f c it! ?-;:) m is certainly the most com fortable, well-looking and serviceable fabric for a man's summer suit, but it is a troublous fabric to the tailor. It has "ravelly" tendencies' which baffle the skill of any but first-class, ex perienced SERGE TAIL ORS. The serge suits in f if! 11 store i A r i ng label, if which o, are we sell made at by in no I. -V 1. Serge Tailors constructed that m And buy a new one. There is money in it. Carriage making in the United States has been brought to a science. Good carriages can be pro duced for very little money. We can show you good goods and name prices that INTEREST YOU. or Single Harness, Saddles, , Lamps and Lap Robes Always on Hand. Club Stables. TELEPHONE 92. i iVtwtiilf mi Embalmer. 53i - 5;(i FORT ST. Castle & Cooke. Hat Made to Order. TIES, ETC. C C4" t( m "N ft A UUU AflVF Remains of Jas. I. Dowsett Places id the Grave. A LARCE CORTEGE FOLLOWS Floral Tributes Include Large Pieces Services at Residence. Government Band and Police. The services over the body of tho late James I. Dowsett were held at the late home in Palama yesterday afternoon in the presence of nearly four hundred friends, many of whom had been intimately associated with the deceased for a long period. The casket, placed in the middle of the large drawing room was covered with a mass of flowers woven into all man ner of appropriate designs by loving hands. Very seldom has such an abundance of floral tributes been seen at a funeral in Honolulu. They were beautiful. The people sat about the room or out upon the verandas. Promptly at 3 o'clock, the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh appeared, followed by the members of the Dowsett family, who took their places at the mauka end of the room where two rows of chairs had been arranged for their accommo dation. Just before the solemn ser vice of the Church of England be gan, a beautiful offering, a miniature schooner, with sails all set and flag flying, was brought in and deposited at the foot of the coffin. This was the gift of B. F. Dillingham and was de signed to recall to mind the connertion of the deceased with the early shipping of the 'Islands. The colors of the vari ous part of the ship were represented by flowers. Mrs. Amy L. King made the piece. When the voice of the clergyman was heard, quiet at once reigned. Then as there came a lull in the words read, the choir, stationed in the makai end of the room, sang "Just as I am with out one plea." The service continued and then came "Rock of Ages." As the flowers were being removed from the coffin. Wray Taylor played "Homo Sweet Home" on the piano. Tha strains were suggestive and there were not many dry eyes to be seen. The coffin was removed to the hearse waiting in the lane by 'the followin nail-bearers: John De Fries, S. C Dwight, James Hay Wode house, C. W Macfarlane. G. P. .Wilder. S. K. Ka-ne and C. K. Ai. The procession then formed in the following order: Wagonette with Honorary Pall Bearers. The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, Officiating Clergyman. The Hearse. Carriage with Four Native Attendants. Carriage with Mrs. Monsarrat, Sister of the Deceased, Mrs. Makee, Mr Edward Dowsett. Carriage with Mrs. Brenham and Mrs. J. P. Parker. Carriage with Mr. Samuel Dowsett and Miss Rowena Dowsett. Carriage with Mr. Alex. C. Dowsett and Wife. Carriage with Mr. David Dowsett and Wife. Carriage with Mrs. James I. Dowsett, Jr. and Children. Carriage with Dr. W. T. Monsarrat and Wife and Mr. J. M. Monsarrat. Carriage with J. M. Dowsett. Carriage with David Kahanu. Carriage with the Family of David Kahanu. Carriage with Chief Justice Judtl. Carriage with Ministers Damon and Smith. Wagonette with Senators. Wagonette with Representatives. Friends. The procession in charge of E. A. Williams, undertaker, proceeded along King street and then turned up Nuu anu. At the corner of the Nuuanu cemetery, the procession was met by a squad of police and the band. These two bodies turned about and led the procession into the cemetery where the band played "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." "Nearer My God to Thee," and then. "Home Sweet Home." Short services were held and then the last remains were buried beneath the sod forever. The honorary pall-bearers were as follows: Hon. H. G. Crabbe. Hon. J. A. Hassinger, Captain John Ross, Sen ator Kauhane. Hon. Wm. Auld. Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Bruce Cartwright and Mr. Tom Cummins. The four native attendants were Joe Leilehua, Kimo Pena, Lolekatta and Kaluna. Hawaiians who had grown up with the deceased and remained on his land from the time they were first taken into his employ as young men. Grief at the loss of their bene factor is very keenly felt by them. Tii one of the foremost carriages was the aged David Kahanu who was al most as a brother to the deceased and who. for a great many years, was a partner in business with hini. From .Mrs. Ceo. Allen. George Allen received a letter from his wife on the V. S. S. Mohican Thurs day night telling of her safe arrival in the East with her aunt. Mrs. Collins. The sea voyage on the Diamond Head I had done her so much good that al j most the final traces of the illness that ! troubled her upon leaving this place, had disappeared. No doubt Mrs. Al len's friends will be most glad to hear this good news. Work to June io Ahead of Last Year. Three Weeks to Grind Yet-Some Figures-Skill and Labor-Conjecture on 1S99 Crop. Ewa plantation is again beating all previous records. There had been manufactured this season un to List Friday night 13.535 tons of sugar. The output for the entire campaign of 1S97 was 27S tons less. The mill will be grinding yet this year for from throe weeks to a month. Up to the 10th of this month the campaign had been in progress for this year twenty-two days more than the 1S97 grinding had been under way on the corresponding date. Up to June 10 this year the mill had produced C.31S tons more sugar than up to June 10, 1S07. For 1S0S, the cane has been better, tho extraction of higher percentage, the mill has done more work and the field operations or the outside work in tha cahs oi cutting ana transporting has been more effective. Mr. Dowrie, the manager, Mr. Tenney and Mr. Ather- ton are all very much pleased with what has been accomplished so far this year. The yield for the season will be more than that every produced by any plantation in the islands. 1 he most conservative estimate is that the total will be not less than 17,000 tons. It is likely to be considerably more. In a conversation on sugar here in town a few days ago, a plantation was men tioned .with the statement that the extraction was but little more than half that shown at. Ewa. In other worus. tne trasn oi trie estate men tioned could 'be brought to Ewa and made to produce about as much sugar as the owners had already secured from it. Very caroful figuring is being done on the possibilities or probabilities for 1S99. The, majority of the men who know most 'ol Ewa say that the 1899 yield will not be up to the produc tion of .the present year. The cane is growing splendidly now, but. a couple of months ago it was weak and slow The cold weather about the time of the heavy rains in March and April and even before that nad a bad effect on the young cane. While the fields look iwell at present there are expres sions of doubt of the cane making up for the set-back of the spring. E. I). Tenney, who watches Ewa o closely and whose ideas have been so valuable in the management of the estate, is at present on Hawaii. He is inspecting some of the largest and most successful plantations on that Island and will give especial attention to the fields and mills near Hilo, where production rivals Ewa. A Special I. inc. It was stated before a Senate com mittee a couple of clays ago that the Honolulu Rapid Transit Company in tended for one thing to establish a five minute service between the post office and the Government buildings. This would be a great convenience and the patronage would be very heavy at times and steady all day. Mythical Bargains. We never make efforts to induce people to visit our store in search of mythical advertised bargains which do not exist or which are "just out. Such methods are dishonest and are certain ultimately to prove futile. What we advertise, we have, and it is always exactly as represented. Some certain-to-please bargains which we are offering this week are BOYS' LIGHT WEIGHT YOOLEN CLOTHING. Just the right weight for this climate COLORED AND YHITE SHIRT WAISTS. At a Special Reduction. TO CLOSE OUT. L. E. TRACY. C" mJ !FJ IM 1 55 W EZ Foi'.T Sr., jw ov.' Kins.' ir t. BEFORE REMOVAL. We will make a reduction in Suitings and Trouserings. $7. Trousers, $5. $25. Suitings, $18. These prices are strictly cash prices to reduce our stock before removal. Medeiros 8c Decker, THE HOTEL STREET TAILORS. Waver ley Block. o o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o Our usiness is not the result of sentiment or per sonal rnendshlp 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 fall to agree with us, a word from you, and the goods are back fn our store exchanged for others, or the money you paid for them cheerfully refunded. We couldn't do this If our price3 and gradings 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 iS Feet. HAWAIIAN FLAGS. FLAG BUNTING. In RejWhfte, Blue, Black, Ore en i.nJ 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. fr,Trn 3U. O 0 O 0 o Queen Street, g ooooooooooooooooooooc Mantel Clocks, Alarm Clocks, Hanging docks. Gold and Silver Watclies, Gold and Silver Jewelry, SILVERWARE. SPECTACLES. Prices SsgjBn-fc Manufacturing and repairing prompt ly done. Repairing fine and complicat ed Watches a specialty. M. R. COUNTER. 507 Fort St. ESTABLISHED IX 183S. BISHOP & CO. Bankers TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued, available in all the principal cities of the world. INTEREST allowed after July 1st, 1S9S, on fixed deposits: 3 months 3 per cent; 6 months 3Y2 per cent; 12 months 4 per cent. ie in nn HAWAIIAN STONE MONUMENTS and CEMETERY WORK (in detail). CARVING AND INSCRIPTIONS. Prompt and careful service given to all work intrusted to me. ARTHUR HARRISON. Queen and Fort Streets. W Washington Feed Co. CHOfr FAT & CO. Contractors : and : Builders, Carpenters and Cabinet Makers. Furniture of all kinds constantly on hand and made to order. 137 Nuuanu St., cor. Kukul Lane. REAVER LUNCH ROOMS. Fort St., Opp. Wilder;& Co., II. J. NOLTE, Trp. 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. 1 AJOt 11 a liiLLil uOj FRAMED OR UNFRAMED AT ras: Sd srore: 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 Been our etcck. I he Goods and Prices will Suit you. MURATA& CO. IIotei, St., Oon. Nltamt. ALL KINDS OF HATS. BRANCH HAT STORE, Nuuanu St. Telephone. OSS. P. O. Box 206. felTO A dry scalp causes dandruff dan druff causes the clothing to becom soiled. A minute or two each morn ing and evening devoted to the apply ing of our Dandruff Killer does th work. Put up in one size bottles only. THE SILENT BARBER SHOP. PACHECO & FERNANDEZ, Proprs. Arlington Block, Hotel St. 4. California Horses. MATCHED TEAMS, FAMILY. HACK AND SADDLE HOUSES. Orders Taken for All Classes of Horses. STABLES, King St., Opp. Singer's Baiery j. a. Mcdonald. P. O. Box 422. EX "DORIC" Grass : Cloth : Handkerchiefs! SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Silk Shawls, New Porcelain Cups and Sausera, Decorated Flower Pots, Rattan Chairs, Matting, Tea and Dinner Sets, Fire Crackers. WING W0 CHAN & CO. 270-212 NnuAKU t. WING WO TAI & CO. 214 NUUANU STREET Ivory, Lacquer, Silver and Crockery Wares, Screens, Vases, Rattan Chairs, Crepes, Silks, Cigars, Etc., Etc. tho Drink If You Want a Good E. R. ADAMS, Atrent Hawaiian Islands. LEV IS & CO., He flN Mil Grocers 111 FORT STREET. Telephone, 240 : : P. O. Box, 29. ?