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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JUNE 2i, 1S9S.
Take th" DoiiiK'iUor Mrs. II anna.
Special mooting of Hawaiian L1g
tonight. Work in 3d degree.
Sunromo Court a (Hon mod vs'-niay
The annual meeting of the
t, o i
for the remainder of the week.
There was very little hn:sine.i for
the ioiice yesterday or last night.
The Salvation Army ha.s opened an
ice cream parlor on King street.
Some citizens figure that annexation
and Jniy 4 can he celebrated together.
iV:-fk- in -the bandar .st.hoo
Oiitiv.! Cnion Church.
At this meeting will occur the elec
tion of ollieers for the ensuing year,
the reading of the yearly reports, and
ihe address of the retiring president.
This is the important meeting of the
-ear. Let all members be present.
The report that there was
fever on the Zeulandia was a mistake
Hawaiian Tribe, No. 1, I. O. R. M.
MOAN" A Cherries, Plums,
Apricots, lihubard. Aspara-
will meet tonight for
Harker, of the High School,
still lias the purpose of going to Ma
nila as a soldier.
John D. Spreokels has sahi at San
Francisco that it is useless to longer
V. I). Hamilton, who has been com
mitted for shooting Andrew Davis,
will not apply for bail.
C. C. Conley of Mounted Patrol and
other fame, has been posted as a de
serter from the N. G.H.
In view of the close proximity of
annexation, there is some quiet specu
lating in postage stamps.
N. S. Sachs and wife will leave for
the United States by the next up
loat Tuesday, the 2Sth.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.. have
just placed one of J. T. Waterhouse's
National Cash Registers.
The grounds of the Executive Build
ing will not be open to the general
public today till 3 o'clock.
A drill shed flag is still lacking.
Large quantities of ice (have been
ordered for the transports.
The annual meeting of the Mission
Children's Society will be held at Cen
tral Union Church this evening.
Neither the Captain nor the Agents
of the aiir "Otterspool" will be re
sponsible for debts contracted by the
Thirteen of the sailors of the Brit
ish bark Otterspool, now in this port,
are under arest charge with insubordi
nation. Minister Cooper has offered a drill
prize of $100 and Capt. Camara has
Company C in training for the trophy
Don't forget the Red Cross Blue
Ribbon bicycle, races at Cyclomere
park tomorrow evening. The band
Two soldiers on the big lot on the
China have developed general disabil
ity and will be sent back to the States
Mrs. H. W. Peak, wife of the former
pastor of the Methodist church here,
is visiting Honolulu, having arrived
by the Moana. '
Serai-finals in doubles on the courts
of the P. T. C. this afternoon, begin
ning at 4 o'clock. All interested are
invited to attend.
Hawaii will not be "on the Midway"
at Omaha. The only showing for the
Islands will be of a nature to attract
capital and tourists.
The Legislature has put its s-al to
approval on the Foreign Ofiice plan of
paying postage for letters written here
by' the Boys in Blue.
W. C. Wilder. Jr., has been appoint
ed to the President's staff, with the
rank of Captain. Captain Wilder was
formerly in command of Company D.
Dr. Russel Boote who arrived on
thP AToana is at the Hawaiian. Dr.
brother of G. M. Boote.
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manager of Spreokelsville plantation,
rr, win mrohnblv be a baseball
"ame for the Boys in Blue at the Ma-
kiki League grounds tnis auennwn u
3:30. Albeit Cunha is down for a J
The Oceanic Company was unable
to charter a steamer to take the place
of the Zealandia. The next mail from
the Coast will be the Belgic, due Sat
The Hawaiian Hardware Company
publish the results of a very thor
ough test of itheir Anti-Caloric Boiler
Compound made by Engineer Kopke
of the Pioneer Mill.
The Senate passed a concurrent re
solution authorizing the Department
of Foreign Affairs to put its stamps on
letters mailed by the Boys in Blue.
The resolution was then sent to the
full line of silk and cotton flags,
bunting, colored papers. American
and Hawaiian shields, lithographs of
U. S. .presidents, battle ships, etc., in
endless variety at the Golden Rule
There should have been a night ses
sion of the House of Representatives
last night but the whistles played
havoc and the members found other
places to go. Six went out on the tug
boat to nieet the transports.
In order to correct an idea on the
part of the public that Waterhouse's
sale has commenced they announce
that the dry goods department is now
closed to assort the stock and opening
announcement will be made later.
Edgar Henriques and Miss Kalani
Davis were quietly married at the
home of Miss Lucy Peabody. Vineyard
street, last evening, the Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh officiating. Only the re
latives were present. The newly mar
ried couple have gone to Waikiki for
It was very pleasant to have in the
Advertiser office for half an hour last
evening two Denver newspaper men
who are also soldiers. They were
Arthur C. Johnson of the News and
Harry W. McCauley of the Republican.
McCaulev is a brother of Maj. McCau
ley of the U. S. A. The young men
are very patriotic and are as well en
thusiastic over the manner in which
thev have been treated in Honolulu.
js. Celery, Cauliflower, Gooseberries,
Fresh Salmon, Crabs, Flounders, Froz-
o lection of ofii-I en Oysters (tin and shell), Apples,
Grapes. Oranges, Figs. Lemons, Sweet
Potatoes. Burbank Potatoes, tine
OLve Oil, Dry Fruit, New Crop of
Nuts, Raisins, etc., etc,
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET.
D RY GOODS G9 U-S
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 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.
We hear the expression used con
out of ten it really has no significance
A bargain in sho
at the right time.
The cheapest is not alway
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 hones: price,
stantly. So much so that in rrh
in connection with facts.
idard value, a:
Theo. H. Davies & Co
Merchants and Commission Agents.
best neither is the best always tae
will set satisfactory wear out o it
and it will keep you on the jump eon-
buy shoes on this basis every -
worth. Turn over a new leaf and
This is the kirn
values we offer
Ceylon, formerly famed for 1U
spices and later for its coffee, has,
during recent years been equally fam
ed for its choice and delicately flavor
ed Teas. In this direction. China Is
being rapidly beaten by its youthful
competitor, as witness the following
figures taken from "Hazell's Annual."
GREAT BRITAIN'S TEA IMPORTS:
1ST7 China. . .
1SD0 China. . .
, . 2.000,000 lbs.
. TO.OOO.t'OO lb3.
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1, mill's Gloicesi.
'DAGGEir IJKAXD MULLET
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The People's Providers.
520 FORT STREET. : HONOLULU.
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33 QUEEN ST.
STOCKS HD REAL ESTATE
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For one weelc, L. B. Kerr offers
sheetings, table linen, pillow casings,
nonirina. dress ffooda, ribhon, laces.
embroideries and millinery at one-half
v nHcp. Not only this but the
whole stock goes at half price.
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
RESIDENCE IN MANOA VALLEY.
Land under a long Lease.
Area 1 acre.
Good Dwelling House.
Fine stream of water.
Nice grounds, planted.
ares of Stock
Shares OAHU SUGAR CO.
The Best Yet!
TT.ivP vnn ernt. a set? If not. get a
set at once, before the edition is ex
lie Boys in Bine
b Mr Posi Card
ONLY 25 CENTS.
cor nf siv rnri ?: an ciniereni views
nf the "Bovs in Blue." Produced from
beautiful half tone plates.
Island orders will receive promp
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY
YS m BLUE
nmiiiin km nrt
. 1 'ii.i,-i.j
With an Eastman Kodak. Y'ou'll en
joy taking the snap shots of marching
troops, decorations, ships, etc. Lots
of fun in store for one armed with a
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
Why not get one today? Come in
anyway and have a chat with us about
our on urn
King and Fort.
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.
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This week we offer bargains in
ties in Ladies'
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The prices we have been quoting on
gents' furnishings still stand good for
all who care to improve the opportu
nity- nf r-pttirsr first class JTOOds at
war time prices.
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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 Ililo, and
Coffee Lands on Hawaii. - .
Loans placed and negotiated; Estates taken charge or and managed, -i
rv. T.a fnf oaio a trpwain nf Piinnhon and the jrrriwincr City of Hlla
nn the installment nlan. Houses built for investors. No trouble to show
property to intending purchasers.
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i RACING TIRES, i
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.
Sizes G, S and 10 inches.
Sizes 12 and 14 inches.
Until after the Red Cross meet we will sell
PALMER RACING TIRES at $10 per pair.
GOODRICH RACING TIRES at $9 per pair,
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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
Coccantit Door Mats,
and another car load of
Garland Stoves and Ranges.
312 Fort Street.
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Hotel Street -
P.O. Box2l5. Telephone 973.
LATEST STYLE YAMTOYA SHIRTS
In Silk and Crepe, White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
and all Silk Goods
Received by the W. H. Dimond the latest in
Percales and Flannelettes
A Fine Line of
Children's Lace Gaps and Bonnets.
Also, a new supply of
X Which we still continue to sell at $ cents a yard. $
H. W. SCHMIDT "& SONS.
Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provision Merchants
VON HOLT BLOCK. KING ST.