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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, JUXE 20 1S9S.
i n v. 7 i s :i ; 5 w i V? t I" t i a I) I: 3 f V I "!3 V . ii' :. ft in 1; Mi- ir u- 1 LOCAL BREVITIES. "White piques at Sac hs A r t is t i A 1 1 h a h e t s I r 1 1 . i : i n i . Judge Kalua and wife arrived from ye .srer day from d df (Maui on Sunday. Rep. Kaai returned Maui on the Claudine. White Cotton thicks fis.s at bacns store. Chas. Martin is authorized to e for the Club Stables, Ltd. This is commencement week at both Oahu and St.' ImuI college.-;. The S. G. "Wilder will not sail for San. Francisco until Saturday. Mrs. Edwin Bonner will be at home on Monday, the usual Punahou day. L. B .Kerr has inaugurated a lialf cost sale of his entire stock or one week. II. "W. Schmidt &. Sons advertise Reported Poisoning Case. Someone rushed to the telephone at Kahuku phmtaticn at about 1):29 o'clock last night and asked ' Central' to make connection with some pnysi- cian s house as soon as possible. A man had taken poison and would probably die. Dr. "Wayson was called up and he gave instructions over the telephone as to wnat antidote to use. Several attempts were made to find out more about the affair but Kahuku plantation turned a deaf ear and no connection wun tr.at place coui.i be obtained. argai it. it 2 il 0 s We hear the expression used constantly. So much so thai i out of ten it really has no significance in connection with facts. A bargain in shoes represents standard value, at the right time. at right and uany Advertiser, delivered by car riers, 73 cents a month. The cheapest is not always th.3 best neither is the best always the cheapest. Buy a good article ani you will get satisfactory wear out of it in the long run. Buy a cheap article and it will keep you on the jump con tinually to duplicate, then you might buy shoes on this basis every week in the year and never get your money's worth. Turn over a new leaf and buy an honest shoe at an honest price. :you. This is the kind of values we offer and flannelettes per W. II. i !lf) Sif ll Fheo.H.Davies & Co LIMITED Merchants and Commission Agents. DRV QOODS ee L-. -''j'lTHE. pRpqElSSlVElSTORl percales Dimond. George and Harry Klugei, will leave for San Francisco on the Alarm Wednesday. L. K. Kentwell received news by the Coptic of the death of his mother in Hongkong on May 17. O. Schuman offers carriages at after annexation prices which means a sav ing of the 25 per cent duty. Dnrintr the alisf-nr-p nf P TT Tlellina . from flip Tq1.infl fl Minman will nr-t for him under power of attorney. Jas. Ij. (Kimo) McCandless. is over from Molokai again to assist in enter- p,.jse au the newest colorings taming uoys in I'.iue expected next The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., if..' i e' i'V v r i H -. i i Ceylon, formerly famed for Its. spices and later for its coffee, his. during recent years been equally fair ed for its choice and delicately flavor ed Teas. In this direction, Chin 1 being rapidly beaten by its youtiifal competitor, as witness the follo-wlnf: Pgures taken from "Ilazell's Annual. GREAT BRITAIN'S TEA IMPORTS: 1S77 China Ceyion 1S0G China Ceylon .132.000.0W lt .Nil. . 70,000,00;) lbs. FORT STREET. A . : i - RVANfl, Ceii'S QllHL MANILA CIGARS. DAG(iKl!' BliAND J1ULLET Desiring the very latest novelties in dress goods should not fail to see the 1 extensive variety now on view. Our patterns are exclusive and com- , r, k j J-or me pieafjii The amusement event of this week j ing special values in we are offer or' will be the Red Cross Iiiue Ribbon meet at Cyclomere track on Saturday evening. The -death of Jas. I. Dowsett, will not in any way interfere with the es tablishment of the new plantation near Halawa. There are about a hundred Hono lulu people who are trying to get ac commodations on the Alameda for San Francisco. The workers as well as those who like to view the spectacles, are eager ly awaiting the alarm for sighting of the Boys in Blue transports. Hack Xos. 43, Go, 70, 77, 97, 125 and 180 are now connected with the Club Stables, Ltd. Five of the above hacks are fitted with rubber tires. Dr. Hyde is thought to he on the high road to recovery. So much better was he yesterday that he was able to come down stairs for a short time. John McTaggart led the men's meet ing at the Y. M. C. A. hall at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and there was a good attendance. The topic was "A Great Sale." Graduation exercises will be held at Punahou preparatory school tomorrow forenoon and at Oahu college com mencement exercises will be held to morrow evening. The usual concert will be given by the Government band at Emma Square this evening. There was a large at tendance for the concert at Maker Isl and yesterday afternoon. Rev. M. Jj. Berger address a large congregation at Kawaiahao church last evening. Rev. 31. H. Barker was interpreter. All of the Kamehameha fboys were in attendance. Finals in tonnis singles on the courts of the P. T. C, Palace Square, at 4 p. m. today. Clarence Cooke and Willie Roth are the contestants. All interested are invited to attend. J. P.. Atherton. secretary gives no tice that a dividend will 'be paid to the stockholders of the Paia Planta tion and the Haiku Sugar Co. at Bish op & Co.'s on Wednesday, June 22. J. J. Williams has the thanks of the Advertiser for photographs of the flag and calabash presented the Charleston ly Dowager Queen Kapiolani and the first view of the stars and stripes in the transaction floating. The case against the men of the schooner Labrador opium was call ed before Judge Stanley on Saturday morning and still further postponed to Wednesday next on account of the illness of one of the prisoners. All the race horses that started on June 11 are in training for July 4. B. B. McCandless is rather doubtful about entering Irish Lassie in the free-for-all. Colonel Cornwell will start Red Pike in half mile events. There is a new race lrorse here for the July 4 meet. The animal arrived per sailing vessel last week from the Coast and is said to be a good one. It belongs to local hui that usually has an interest in all the good things going. A large number of friends of the couple witnesses the wedding of Wal ter E. Lee and M'-uua do L. Rabello o Hip Portuguese l'rottstant tnunu on Saturday evening horn was a tion at the home of the bride's par ents. merry party of some 20 or more left the city on the J. A Cummins at the early hour of 2:30 o clock bun day morning. They went to Bird Island, saw the sights and returned to the ci v at a little after 5 o'clock on He same day. Native singers were taken along and a line time was, b..d. The schooner Labrador is in the same position as she was . when she i. vomi (l.ivs nsro ott Makena White Cotton Ducks, White Piques, White Dotted Swiss. These goods are being largely worn in the fashipnable centers abroad, and are just the thing for wear during the present hot -weather. i.'i:-T i 'i.- - V .V "' 3 THE BOYS FGAN 5 FORT STREET. We are still keeping up our Renova tion Sale in all departments and if you are looKing tor bargains tnat nave a ring of genuineness to them you will look over the stock. ff- This o o o week we offer bargains in 1 s. SO Of! G000 Limited. The People's Providers. f.20 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU. A O 33 QUEEN ST. Telephone 74. 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 wrhere 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? Como in anyway and have a chat with us about them. emriio iuin ncni ccTfiTC H00l10fl Dl OIIMO niu lUflL LOIHtL Mi CO. FOR SALE, vi v. n AGENTS. King and Fort. Meal Estate n t. n t t 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. 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. 2? u dv!f pit Real Estate and Financial Agents Telephone 678. 5 Progress Block, Fort St., llonoluln. We are ready to purchase Large Estates near Honolulu and llllo, anfiL Coffee Lands on Hawaii. Loans placed and negotiated; Estates taken charge of and managed. . Choice Lots for sale at Kewalo, at Punahou and the growing City of Hllo on the installment plan. Houses built for investors. No trouble to show property to intending purchasers. a OOCIOIOt8ll(ICI PLOWS. FORT STREET. Afterwards most emovatue ceieura- i,ttornev-General has libelled her boats, tackle, apparel, furniture oDium etc. The order to the Marshal to tTke the schooner in custody has been given th0 ca?0 Avi11 coai? "P for trial in the Circuit Court on Juno 27th. WORLD'S RECORD BEATEN. On Sunday, May 30, 1S0S, C. M. Smith of San Jose, on a White Bicycle, rode five miles in the remarkable time of nine minutes and one second, reducing the previous world's record of nine minutes and twenty-four seconds, twenty-three seconds. Tacific Cycle and M'f'g. Co., agents. Shares of Stock TODAY. Shares OAHU SUGAR CO. (assessable). BULLETIN OF NEW BOOKS. the Equatorby Mark Following 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. Wilkins. St. Ives by Robert Louis Stevenson. Capt. Courageous by Rudyard Kip ling. Soldiers of Fortune by Richard Harding Davis. The Manxman by Hall Caine. Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain. The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells. Quo Vadis by Sienkiewicz. The Great Stone of Sardis 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 WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY. $45 A 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. h Qu een. Sizes 6, 8 and 10 inches. h e M ona ch Sizes 12 and 11 inches. Large Shipment Just Received. 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 Mats. IP III rEARSON & rlQBMM and another car load of Garland tove; and rtanges. 312 Fort Street. Telephone 565. ! f . Hotel Street - Robinson Block. P.O. Box 215. Telephone 973. Ex Argyle LATEST STYLE YAMATOYA SHIRTS In Silk and Crepe, White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs, and all Silk Goods Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants Received by the W. H. Dimond the. latest in Peixales and Flannelettes A Fine Line of Children's Lace Caps and Bonnets. Also, a new supply of FANCY PRINTS, Which we still continue to sell at cents a ya: m n m. 6 CHMIDT Et SONS. VON HOLT BLOCK. KING ST. ' v V-f 'v. .' is, H- C fi i I i 1 ' . . ; ' I I 1 ( ' i 1 ! I S i ! i 6 V