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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, June 21, 1898, Image 7

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE!!: HONOLULU, JUNE -1 , 1S0S.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Mrs. I..
A goo-. I
L. Lapierre
seeuiul-liand
ed.
i quite
piano is
ill.
want-
leaves for Chi-
"IJr
at
Supremo Court
again to-lay.
A number or people are down with
the measles.
-v worse and can
advertisement.
.Miss Cora McDonald
eago by the Alameda.
Wall, Nichols Co. adver
Blue'' souvenir post card.
Dante may give a perfornuu.ee
the Opera House next week.
The steamer Upolu sails at 2 p. m.
Wednesday, instead of today.
Eugene Devauchelle, of the mounted
partol, is laid up with a fever.
The Summer School will open July
11, and will continue for three weeks.
Hopp . & Co. offer oak extension
tables at prices that -will compel you
to buy.
A concert will bo given by Arm
strong Smith's school on Thursday
evening.
The steamer Upolu will leave this
port Wednesday at 2 p. m., instead
of today.
W. II. Baird, Assignee of the estate
of George Kahananui has a notice in
this issue.
Mr. Kenny, Acting British Commis
sioner, had his first view of the Pali on
Sunday last.
Regular meeting of the W. . T. U.
at 2:30 p. m. today in Central Union
Church parlors.
Mrs. Ganzel and daughter returned
from the Sound on the Klikitat yes
terday afternoon.
A light two seated wagon, a gentle
'horse and a set of harness is offered
for sale by D. P. Birnie.
The Hilo race horse J. R. will start
in events here on July 4. The animal
is still owned by Mr. Wilson.
The St. Louis College band will give
a public concert on the college cam
pus at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Screens have been placed at the Y.
M. C. A. gymnasium again and basket
rball play will be resumed tonight.
Judge Kalua. of the Maui Circuit,
occupied an honorary seat on the
Supreme Court .bench yesterday.
The Independent Order of Foresters
will have an election of officers in
the Knights of Pythias hall this even
ing. Tickets for the Red Cross Blue Rib
bon meet at Cyclomere park on Sat
urday evening next will be on sale to
day. The inquest in the case of the na
tive fatally injured by an accident in
handling Coptic freight resulted in a
formal return.
The band will play on the grounds
of Queen Emma Hall, corner Nuuanu
and Beretania streets, at 10: "0 o'clock
this forenoon.
The High School concert is to be
repeated this week, probably Friday
evening, at the 'High School. Admis
sion will be by invitation.
It was the Rev. Stephen Desha of
Hilo who was interpreter at Kawaia
hao Church on Sunday evening last
instead of Rev. H. II. Parker.
M. Mclnerny advertises Stein-Bloch
suits of Scotch woolen and English
worsted stuffs at $15.00 and English
Kersey and rough diagonial overcoats
at $20.00
Word is received that water has
ibeen struck at So feet at the first bor
ing for the proposed new plantation
on Lanai and there is a strong and
.steady flow.
Henry C. Meyers, at present a clerk
in the office of the Minister of Interior,
is said to be a formidable dark horse
candidate for the new billet, of Deputy
Auditor-General.
Baseball for the amusement of the
Boys in Blue will be free to the visi
tors, but will cost town people two
bits each, the receipts to go to the
Red Cross fund.
There will be exercises at the Miller
street Kindergarten training school
on Thursday afternoon at 3: CO o'clock.
The graduates will be addressed by
Rev. If. L. Berger, D. D.
The "piano case" of Frank Telles
ts. Albert and Sarah Trask is ordered
by the Supreme Court to its seventh
trial. The instrument in controversy
is said to be worth about fifty dollars.
C. W. Booth offers for lease for a
fcerm of years desirable pasture land
in Pauoa valley comprising about 400
acres. Reasonable terms to respon
sible party. Inspection is solicited.
Robt. W. Shingle will get away by
the Moana with the Hawaiian exhibit
ior the Omaha fair. The fair is now
in full swing, having opened on the
1st inst., with an attendance of 100,
00. The pastor of the Japanese M. E.
Church says that anyone who has not
had an opportunity to subscribe to the
church building fund may do so by
sending remittances to P. O. box 210,
Honolulu.
When you have Tribune bicycles to
"be repaired take them to the Tribune
agency, Eakin and Whitman. D. E.
Whitman has had o years' experience
in the expert repair business on the
Pacific coast.
The marriage engagement is an
nounced of Wm. 1 1. Wright. Deputy
Tax Assessor for Oahu and Miss II.
K. Gandall, of Hanamaulu. Kauai.
There are no more popular young peo-
in the Islands than these two.
The Washington Star says that the
quartermaster's department has con
tracted for 50,000 canvas suits, design
ed especially for the use of troops in
tropical countries, and they are being
shipped rapidly to the mobilizing
points.
Aitimn-h it is claimed mat mere i.-,
nothing new under the sun,
Trnn UenCO Co.. have
TV ill lil n -
fence that is new. The newest part
i 4V,. vn -which thev guarantee to
; , tii.n nvfr nuotcU under the
JOiVll ii lew - - -
cum i this country.
Mission Children.
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Mission Children's Society will be held
on the evening of Friday, June 24th. at
half-past seven o'clock, in the Sunday
school room of Central Union Church.
At this meeting will occur the elec
tion of officers for the ensuing year,
the reading of the yearly reports and
the address of the retiring president.
This is the important meeting of the
year. Let all members be present.
ra w v.fd Vvm . a
The: pppqEissiVEiSTOR'
Desiring the very latest novelties in
dress goods should not fail to see the
extensive variety now on view.
Our patterns are exclusive and com
prise all the newest colorings.
For the present week, we are offer
ing special values in
White Cotton Ducks,
White Piques,
White Dotted Swiss.
These goods are being largely worn
in the fashionable centers abroad, and
are just the thing for wear during the
.present hot weather.
! I Off GOOflS CO.
Limited.
The People's Providers.
520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU.
O. G. TRAPIIAGEN,
ARCHITECT.
223 Merchant Street, between Fort
and Alakea.
Telephone 734.
Honolulu, H. I.
J AS. F.MORGAN
33 QUEEN ST.
Telephone 74.
13 A i II
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111
i sis! &
We hear the expression used co:i si an: I y
out of ten it really has no significance in connection with facts.
A bargain in shoc-s represents standard value, at the right price ani
at the right time.
The cheapest is no: always th3 best neither is the best always the
cheapest. Buy a good article and 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 yen 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. Tin's is the kind cf values we offer
you.
STOCKS AND REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE,
t v. v
Estate
FOR PF1VATE 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.
Sh
ares o
Stock
TODAY.
Shares OAHU SUGAR CO. (assessable).
pie
the Ha
nn iron
Tlie Best Yet!
Have you got a set? If not, get a
set at once, before the edition is ex
hausted. tug Bob in Blue
Hawaiian Souvenir Post Card.
ONLY 25 CENTS.
A set of six cards: all different views
of the 'T.oys in Blue." Produced from
beautiful half tone plates.
"Island orders will receive prompt
attention.
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44 A
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FORT STREET.
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ill manim mmi mm ni-r-rT jmowi mnimiiiiimw imi .unvmitxhrrw.
M , k IS
THE
BOYS Hi BLU:
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 sajr? 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 tis about
them.
FORT STREET.
'on Drug w
AGENTS.
King and Fort.
5 n
91 9i V,
We are still keeping up our Renova
tion Sale in all departments and if you
are looking for bargains that have a
ring cf 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.
FORT STREET.
45
$45
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LIMITED
A ICQ rir. Cxr
Merchants and Goinmission Agents.
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Large Shipment Just Received.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
PUBLISHERS.
JUL
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312 Fort Street
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Telephone 565.
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Hotel Street - Robinson Block,
P.O. Gox 215. Telephone 973.
Ex Argyle-
LAICDI Dlllifi IfUfiiilUlii Oiliill
In Silk and Crepe, White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
and all Silk Goods
Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants
t
Ceylon, formerly famed l)T I'jt,
spices mid later for i-s coiTee, h&z,
durins reC-T.t years beea equally fiiti
eJ for its choice ami delicately ;!:s.?cr
ed Teas. In this direction, Lhirs Ik
!eins rapidly bo:U?n by its youthful
competitor, as witness the following
figures t:ile:i from "Ilazell's Ar.nT.il.
GREAT BRITAIN'S TL1A IMPORTS:
1S77 Chl:i.i. .
Ceylon.
1S0G Chln;i. .
Ceylon .
132,00'v(
Nil.
2s.o'o:-)- lbs.
70,000, OOi Iba.
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IB, SIOW.
MANILA CIGARS.
'DAGGER' r.RAXD MULLET
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eal Estate and Financial Agents,
Telephone 678.
Progress Block, Fort St., Honolulu,
We are ready to purchase Large Estates near Honolulu and Hilo, anc?
Coffee Lands on Hawaii.
Loan3 placed and negotiated; Estates taken charge of and managed
Choice Lots for sale at Kewalo, at Punahou and the growing City of Hlk
on the installment plan. Houses built for investors. No trouble to show
property to intending purchasers.
PLOWS.
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.
I he Queen.
Sizes G, 8 and 10 inches.
The Monarc
h
Sizes 12 and 14 inches.
Vvre carry also a complete line of extras for the above.
Vv'e 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 ant! R
Received by the W. H. Dimond the latest in
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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 yard
H. W SCHflUDT & SONS.
5&
VON HOLT CLOCK, KIMG ST.

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