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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JUNE 17, 1S9S.
LOCAL BREVITIES. Drawiiii; and painting .Mr.-:, Haima. Tournaiii- '.K ic-unis wiil continue to day. The Monterey may ho looked for a: any moment now. The Pennington carried awi-y to the States l.l.C'G letters. A. II. Ijo-bpnstein left for Hilo on the Hawaii yesterday afternoon. Baseball tomorrow afternoon will be tween the Regiments and Honolulus. Tills is the night of the Y. M. C. A. rally in Pauahi hall at Oahu College. The family of the late James I. Dow sett have a card of thanks in this paper. Frames for shade over the Boy.-? in Blue dining hall tables not under trees were built yesterday. Dante gives a matinee tomorrow afternoon and a complete new pro gram in the evening. The match horse race said to have been arranged for tomorrow afternoon, is now declared to the "off." The Minister of the Interior calls for bids for purchasing timber on the ridge below Tantalus heights. The Kilohana Art League exhibit i.H open this afternoon and again tomor row afternoon. Then it closes. The St. Andrew's air for tomorrow afternoon and evening will attract all the society people of the town. In the chorus singing at the High School concert tonight, Mrs. C. B. Cooper and Miss C. Clymer will assist. Japanese beetles, for inor illation, are wanted by the Secretary of the Bureau of Agriculture, at the Judiciary build ing. The High. School concert for the benefit of the Red Cross Society, will be the attraction at the Opera House this evening. The Finance Office is surcharging 2o cent revenue stamp? to 20 cents. Twentj- cent stamps were exhausted some weeks ago. The Oceanic Company at San Fran cisco docs not care to have the United States either charter or buy the Mari posa or Alameda. I j. K. Tracy advertises certain to please bargains, in boys light weight woolen underwear and colored and white shirt waists. Cyclomere track is now being used every evening .by a number of the men who are to start in the Red Cross Blue Ribbon meet on the 23th inst. The engagement is announced o Miss Sarah Bycett, daughter of Jas. Bycett, to Wm. Mae.Kay, master at arms of the U. S. Gunboat Benning ton. The Los Angeles Chamber of Com merce has now experienced a change of heart and has forwarded to Sena tor Stephen White an annexation re solution. J. J. Egan's renovation sale is still on and this week's offerings consist of the latest novelties in ladies' neck wear, organdies. Swisses, white goods and laces. The Hawaiian running horse Lolo kalani is said to be doing well in the States. She was last heard of on the Rocky 'Mountain circuit and as a thirty to one shot won a big race. Washington dispatches state that the U. S. 5. Pensacola, which has just been completed at Mare Island and is now in commission, will come to Ho nolulu to supplement the Mohican. The Hawaiian Hardware Co. call the. attention of the prospective house keepers to their stock of sterling and silver plated ware, and guarantee the. goods to be up to the standard in de sign and durability. Today at 10 o'clock, J. F. Morgan will hold an auction sale of ladies' un derwear, white and brown cottons, in sertions, laces and mosquito nets at his salesrooms, Queen street. These goods are from the bankrupt stock of Leong Kong Kee. The regular -weekly meeting of the Christian Workers will be held this (Fridav) afternoon, June 17th. at 3:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. hall. The meeting will be held by Rev. O. H. Gulick. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all to be present. It will interest local athletes to learn that the world's record for throwing the sixteen pound hammer has been broken by J. J. McCracken. of the University of Pennsylvania, McCracken's throw was 153 feet, 8 inches. This is a gain of one inch. Kalihiwaona Concert. The concert given at Waverley hall last evening by the Kalihi-wae.na school, of which G. B. Edwards is prin cipal, was a line success. There was a good attendance. This was the pro gram: Chorus School Instrumental Mandolin Club Toyo Jackson, E. Hennessey, E. Kaai. Sonss Hunters' Chorus Duet Maka Hokano and Kelani Chorus Over the Sea Recitation Selected Mr. A. E. Murphy. Chorus Silent Voice Charming Bell.. Fort St. School Boys Masters Geo. Desha. Jno. Holt and B. Ka-ne. Chorus Autumn Winds Instrumental Mandolin Club Chorus Crown the Song King Cantata The Wreath of Love New I.ij;lit. The new light placed in the light house a night or two ago was experi mented with last night. The tugboat went quite a distance and found the iht very satisfactory. People along the water front say it is much better than the old one. The Gazette (semi-weekly) is ready at the news stands and publication office for mailing abroad this morning. A Hawaiian Trotter. Clarence Macfariuiie has :.:'. Ivci tidings of the h o:-e S il valor which he sold to Dr. Pottie of Sydney about a yr.ar a?u. At thai time the animal was supposed to be crippled. At least such was the decisl'in of the veteri nary surgeon who had charge of the horse. Either this was a mistake or the atmosphere of Sydney is particu larly good for cripple horses, for the news comes that Salvator reached the :20 1-2 mark and, at last accounts, was pitted against a horse with a record of :15. Salvator is a Hawaiian bred horse at one time owned by B. F. Dillingham. His record here was :42, this being made in a race against Judah. Salvator is now five years old. DRV QOODS L7- The: poqEissivEiSTORjE: it "EX AO RANG I." We have received an extensive ship ment of the very latest novelties, bought direct from the makers, which we propose to offer to our patrons, "The People," at the merest shaving of profit. EMBRACING, Printed French Dotted Swiss. Printed Lawns and Muslins. Printed Dimities, all new designs. Scotch Ginghams in Plaid effects. Figured Alpacas and Crepons. Nuns Veiling in evening shades. Black Taffeta and Brocaded Silks. "Tasseled Madras Muslin, the latest fad for curtains." Table Damasks and Napkins. Bedspreads and Towels. Linen Pillow casing and sheeting. Everyone of the above lines have been marked at prices that will ensure a rapid clearance, and we would only ask ladies to examine this stock be fore making purchases elswhere. I. S. Oil 600ft Co. Limited. The People's Providers. HONOLULU. 520 FORT STREET. 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. AW 11 STOCKS ID BEE ESTATE FOR SALE. FOR PRIVATE SALE. RESIDENCE IN MANOA VALLEY. Land under a long Lease. Area 1 acre. Good Dwelling House. Furnished throughout. Fine stream of water. Nice grounds, planted. ares o f Stock TODAY. Shares OAHU SUGAR CO. (assessable). BULLETIN OF NEW BOOKS. Following the Equator by Mark Twain. The Desert Drama by Conan Doyle. Simon Dale by Anthony Hope. The Choir Invisible by James Lane Allen. An Island God by Gurdon Mum ford. Jerome by Mary E. Wilklns. St. Ives by Robert Louis Stevenson. Capt. Courageous by Rudyard Kip ling. Soldiers of Fortune by Richard Harding Davis. The Manxman by Hall Calne. Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain. The War of the Worlds by II. G. Wells. Quo Yadis by Sienkiewicz. The Great Stone of Sard is by Stockton. The Seven Seas by Kipling. The Christian by Hall Caine. Four for a Fortune by Albert Lee. The Red Bridge Neighborhood by Pool. All of the above, and many more, just received by YALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. JJ l V e- M. SLA 1 t3 5fi0 We hear the expression used con out of ten it really has no significance A bargain in shoes represent at the right time. The cheapest is not always tha cheapest. Buy a good article and you In the long run. Buy a cheap article tinually to duplicate, then you might in the year and never get your money's buy an honest shoe at an honest price, you. stantly. So much so that in nine cases in connection with facts. s standard value, at the right price and best neither is the best always the will get satisfactory wear out of it and it will keep you on the jump con buy shoes on this basis every week worth. Turn over a new leaf and This is the kind of values we offer mi Hit; Manufacturers' FORT STREET. Shoe Co.. S ! i S , ! ,.'.. .. i .' PHOTOGRAPH THE BOYS JO With an Eastman Kodak. You'll en joy taking the snap shots of marching troops, decorations, ships, etc. Lots of fun in store for one armed with a Kodak. Cost too much, you say? No. There's where you are mistaken. You can get a Kodak from us from $4 up. They are all good; every instrument tested. Why not get one today? Come in anyway and have a chat with us about them. FGAN Q f! J FOIiT STREET Hobro o Drug Co. AGENTS. King and Fort. i h n . n We are still keeping up our Renova tion Sale in all departments and if you are looking for bargains that have a ring of genuineness to them you will look over the stock. o o o This week we offer bargains in Latest Novel ties in Ladies' Neckwear. Organdies Swisses White Goods Laces o o o The prices we have been quoting on gents' furnishings still stand good for all who care to improve the opportu nity of getting first class goods at war time prices. I . FORT STREET. $45 YCL $45 ttFV.'w'-j Ink Large Shipment Just Received 312 Fort Street. .ON Telephone 565. Hotel Street - Robinson Block. P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973. Ex Argyle- LATEST STYLE YAMAT0YA SHIRTS In Silk and Crepe, White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs, and all Silk Goods Wholesale Dealers in Japane ods and Provision Merchants A Too Noteher. vl Is the term applied to any hat by a customer who always thought no hat was like the exclusive hatter's, until he discovered that he'd been paying two dollars premium for the hatter's label. Our price two fifty. 9 Hotel Street Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. We Make Shirts to Order. JUST ARRIVED PER ZEALASDIA: w ' m a m a m-m z -a . m m m and Graham Flour 4- 1UU1 y In 10 and 50 lb. sacks. ROLLED WHEAT, ROLLED OATS. In 7 lb. sacks and all sorts of meal stuffs. Merghihts and Coin ME HIS. v V X WASHINGTON FEED CO. COR. FORT & QUEEN STS. Telephone 422. THE BEST THING IN TOWN. : MY GENERAL : : ii epa in shoi : Typewriters, Lawn Mowers, Sewing Alachines, Locks, etc., put in the best possible condition. J. T. LUND'S, Opp. Club Stables. Fort Street. Telephone 308. Ceylon, formerly famed for Its spices and later for its coffee, bu, during recent years been equally fail ed for its choice and delicately flavor ed Teas. In this direction, China la being rapidly beaten by its youthful competitor, as witness the following figures taken from "Ilazell's AnntiaL" GREAT BRITAIN'S TEA IMPORTS: 1S77 China 132,000,000 ib- Ceylon Nil. 1S0C China 28,000,000 Iba- Ceylon 70,000,000 lbs. t eVIOilS 15I101SL MAWILACIGARS. "Dagger" Brand Mullet. H. MAY & CO.. sr id Retail fire -:- DS FORT STREET. - Telephone, 22 : : : P. O. Box, ill STIR 1PI ows. The following line were gotten up especially for the Island trade, and a notable feature on which we have testimonials is their Good Scouring qualities and light draught. The Queen. Sizes C, 8 and 10 inches. The Monarch. Sizes 12 and 14 inches. We carry also a complete line of extras for the above. We can furnish you also with ROAD SCRAPERS, UPRIGHT DRILLS, FEED SCRAPERS. And In the Household Department a new lot, just received, of Cocoanut Door Mats, and another car load of Garland Stoves and Ranges. o V. fi. W. Schmidt & Sons, Having taken stock, and reduced all prices, S now otter the latest styles of FANCY PRINTS AT 5 CENTS PER YARD, And other goods in proportion. Also, ex "Zealandia," a fine assortment of FISH MET CURTASiS, h. ?e swmn '& sons. VON HOLT BLOCK. KING ST. . r o ! 4 5