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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEK : HONOLULU, JULY 12, 1S9S.
Th h'.-t at the luwest " price at HOIT'S. The CIhss T t-of Furoi T I i I i i tore we I I Would lead you to suppose we ask big prices, but such is far from the truth. Although all goods that come into our establishment must pass the closest scrutiny and must give a good account of them selves both from the standpoint of quality and art, our prices are low er than are usually asked for much inferior goods. We give you the benefit of our good judgment and taste in buying and thorough knowledge of the business. Excuse us for insisting That you want one of our Chamber- Suites, or one of our WIRE MATTRESSES, Tho Cleanest and Easiest Kept. The best furniture that can be made and the prices are so low that if you knew the goodness you'd be a quick buyer. The sooner you come the better the choice, for they are all single styles. Don't overlook our repair and upholstering- department looks . like new after passing through our hands. PP & CO. : T I Leading Furniture Dealers. KING & BETHEL STS. Free! If in doubt as to whether or not you should wear glasses call and lei; me make a scientific examination. I'll ad vise you honestly. No charge. Sight restored to all hy S. E. LUCAS, PARISIAN OPTICIAN. OFFICE: Love Building, Fort Street. (UPSTAIRS.) THE CLUB STABLES (Limited) j ' C BELLINA. Manager. Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477. men. BooitilTsoies sties.' PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN OUTS, SAFE DRIVERS. We are especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and good service is what we depend on to get it. Dr. Rowat Is always in attendance ait the Stables. Club StaWes Hack Stand Cor. Union & Hotel Sts. (QUI Bell Tower.) CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM ED DRIVERS. FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES. HACKS AT ALL HOURS. Orders for Surreys, Wagonettes, Single or Double Teams at a moment's notice. HACKS Nos 45, 63, 70, 77, 97, 125 and 180. C. BELLINA, Mgr. Tel. 319. Stables TeL 477. OUST .nsrzD: A SHIPLOAD OP NITRATE OF SODA An excellent Fertilizer for Rattoons and Early Cane, And in the Dry Season. Advance orders filled as received from the wharf. For further details address Hawaiian Fertilising Company A. F. COOKE, Manager. P. O. Box 136. Honolulu. Correspondence solicited. T P J. HO What you need before and after marriage: A Jewel Stove, A Gurney Cleanable Refrigerator, Kitchen Utensils, Crockery, Glassware, Silverware, Cutlery, Lamps. You can get them all at the PEOPLE'S STORE and save money for other neces sities. Limited. THE PEOPLE'S STORE. Flag Handkerchiefs and LANTERNS. LANTERNS With American and Hawaiian Flags. w n t FLAG HANDKERCHIEFS With American and Hawaiian Flags. A Large Stock on hand to select from. To be sold at low prices! OZAK WAVER LEY BLOCK, HOTEL ST. EVERYTHING FINE FOR THE TABLE. Tender, Juicy, home dressed meats. BEEF, MUTTON. PORK, ROASTS, CHOPS. Everything fresh and good here. And prices are always very reasonable. CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. 214 Nuuanu St. Tel. 104. Refrigerated Poultry -AND- Fresh Salmon CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Metropolitan Meat Market, Telephone 45. WASHINGTON FEED CO. COR. FORT & QUEEN STS. Telephone 422. Importers and Wholesale Dealers HflY, 6RR1N. FEED, FLOUR, MEALS, elG. Our goods are always fresh. Island orders solicited. Mil . A DIAMOND DRILL We Adams fill Follow fin. Eassie to Klondik BACKED BY LOCAL CAPITAL Company Organized Here An Oli Prospector ani Engineer Found Friends in Honolulu. Island capital is to place another first class individual free handed in the Klondike gold fields.. The first is Wm. Eassie, who left San Francisco for the north but u few weeks ago. The second will he Wm. Adams, who is just the same sort of a man fur the business. Mr. Adams goes hence at an eirly date as the field representative, the agent and the practical manager of the "Klondike Mineral Prospecting Pro prietary Syndicate." The organ.'zaton of this company here is in the hands of Harry Armitag-e, the well known stock broker. The company will have a capital of $10,000, with power to increase to $30,000. There are a number of appli cations for stock In already and the subscription books will be opened without delay. The shares are $100 each. Only eighty of the shares will be sold in Honolulu. This will make a working capital cf $S,000, which will be deposited with proper safeguards. Mr. Adams is to have twenty shares for his services, in complete payment. The objects of the company are stat ed to be to send Wm. Adams, mining engineer and exploier, to the Klondike and adjoining gold fields in Alaska and British Columbia to explore and pros pect for gold and other precious ma:- f.li. He will be authorized to voi a, mine, float, lease or sell such miner?.! properties, to form companies, or to proceed in any businesslike manner for the benefit of the Honolulu com pany. 'Mr. Adams will first proceed tj San Francisco, where he will purchase . a suitable diamond rock drilling plant and other machinery for the expedi tious prospecting of deep sinking al luvial or place deposits or auriferous quartz reefs or lodes. It is stated that on arrival at the gold fields with such a plant it will not b-3 necessary to hunt .up new dig gings, as undoubtedly satisfactory terms can be made with the owners of known valuable claims or mines to bore and determine the approximate value of the ground without going to the expense of sinking shafts and mak ing drives. A diamond drill will do as much prospecting work in a day at a trifling cost as can be done by sink ing and driving in a month. Where the ground is frozen itwill not be nec essary to thaw it out.as the diamond drill will work equally well, if not bet ter ;in frozen ground. Claims and mines can be bonded', tested by drill ing and sold or floated in a few weeks. As to Mr. Adams, he could not argue himself unknown, if he. would. He has had an experience of thirty years in the mining and treatment of gold, silver, copper, lead, etc. In iaiiioima, Neveda, Arizona and in Australasia. From .1870 to 1SS1 he was superinten dent of the Indian Que-en Mining ana Milling Company, in Esmeralda coun ty. Nevada, returning to the snare holders $11)5,000 in dividends. From 1SSL' to 1SS4 lie was tiie manager or a group of mines near , Prescott, Ariz., including the Belle Gold and Silver Mining property and the United Verdie Copper Company's mines. In 1SS5 and 1SSG he was associated with Mr. Seeley I. Shaw, now of Honolulu, in the great petrified forest or chalcedony park of Arizona. In 18S7 he was generad man ager of the Tevora Gold and Silver Mining company, of Warorongomai, New Zealand. From 1SSS to 1890 'he was general manager of the Broken Hill Junction Silver Mining company of Broken Hill, and made the enter prise yield $250,000 in dividends. In 1S94 Mr. Adams went to Western Aus tralia, where he was connected as mining engineer and expert with some of the leading operators and compa nies. Mr. Adams is an Englishman, but has many acquaintances on the Pacific slope in the States. He is of the opinion that the coast cities are to have the mining boom for an indefi nite time and that there will be big money in the scheme he has on hand. Mr. Adams met friends hero in the per sons of L. C. Abies, Geo. Ashley and others. A New Citizen. While sojourning in Honolulu as a member of the House of Representa tives for Hilo District, A. B. Loeben stein has become so tenaciously en amored of the capital that he will re main indefinitely. In all likelihood he will become a deserter from the coffee belt and devote his best efforts to the improvement of affairs generally in pie belt. Mr. Loebenstein will dispose of his residence and some of his lands on Hawaii. At Hilo he has a splendid homestead that is the same as sold now. Mr. Loebenstein is already do ing some surveying here and will be in business right along. SEATTLE RAINIER. The Kins of Beers. Crowned by pop ular choice ns the finest beer in all the realm of malt beverages. Its ab solute purity, mature age and perfect flavor set tfie standard for fine beers. On tap at the Criterion Saloon. OH THE RIGHT TRACK. If the EiiijIntM-'i Jounslniry Had Taken the Wronu: Switch Tlil Incident "Would Have Ihided DillV rent 1 y. The traveling public who hiive never :i ;n a railroad accident t'.ai to ap prtc.ate tne responsibilities oi an tu-g.n-'-er. For years he may travel tue load without an accident, the it some little act of carelessness, a mistaken interpretation or an order, a wrong switch and the lives of hundreds are in danger. Prompt action and good judgment are the essentials of a good engineer. It is these qualities that have enabled Engineer A. G. Eouns bury, of 10 Blaine street, of Hornei ville, N. V., to take the :ght track, and the following incident in his life will show how easy it would have been to mistake the signal displayed. Mr. Lounsbury says: "I should like to give weight enough to my wor,J.s induce every -sufferer from kidney trouble to give this valuable remedy, Doan's Backache K-idney Piils, a trial. The reason for my faith is this: About a year ago, having work about my place that I was anxious to finish, 1 continued at it. although a -drizzling rain set in. By the time I had com pleted the job 1 was taken with severe pains in my back. Having heard some brother railroaders speak very highly of Uoan's Bachache Kidney Pills, my wife purchased a box at a nearby drug store. I took them as directed. I was much helped from the first, and a few doses releived me from all suffering. I had had trouble from this source be fore and had used various remedies, but none gave mo relief so quickly and thoroughly as these pills. The trouble I had experienced in getting out of bed and straightening up after bending over is also gone. I have taken several boxes of the remedy in all and 1 feel that I have been benefitted in every way." Doa'n's Backache Kidney Pills are for sale by dealers in medicine at 50c per box, or will be mailed to any ad dress on receipt of price by Hollister Drug Co., Ltd., general agents, Hono lulu. Remember the name, DOAN'S, and take no substitute. Bond Suit. Yesterday afternoon the,, Kahului Railway Co. entered suit against the Hawaiian Commercial Co. to recover the sum of ?500, amount of bonds tiled by the latter in a suit -against the form er about three months ago. It was at the time the Hawaiian Commercial sued the Wilders for possession of their railway track land that the bona was given. The railway people now claim that the case "of the Hawaiian Commercial was sustained, and the bond of $500 is therefore due to them. When you visit our store. We offer so many desirable things that it will take a -good many arms to carry all you will want to buy. And an armful of goods bought of us costs less than anywhere else in town. Some certain-to-please bargains which we are offering are BOYS' LIGHT WEIGHT WOOLEN CL0TH1HG. Just the right weight for this climate, COLORED AND WHITE SHIRT WAISTS. At a Special Reduction. TO CLOSE OUT. L. E. TRACY. FURNISHER Fort St., alove Kins St. Be Sure and See the Plars of the PROVIDENT SAYINGS Life Assurance Society . Of Hew York, Before Taking Out a Policy. E. R. ADAMS, No. 407 Fort Street. General Agent. DO HOT W1BT THE EARTH Just Want to Fence It. And any one possessing earth in need of fencing will do well to call in and examine our good3 and prices. It does not take a scholar to see the economy in iron fences, in beauty or durability, at 59 cents per foot and up. All styles and prices. Erected com plete, painted at factory and after set up. Our patent ground base makes our fence not only the cheapest but also the best constructed fence in the world, needs no stone or brick work. We handle all kinds of structural iron and wire work of every description. Call in and get illustrated catalogue and examine goods and you will be agreeably surprised. THE HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE CO., J. H. ANKROM, 315 Fort Street. lii Your row Come Attention! At tins tunc, wli.-n tin- minds of tin with m vet intr and aloha toward the armv should not l-e foi-iotton to ol tin? soldiers when attention is called. They are all business, so should be the civilian when attention is railed to their personai needs. Newspapers are the medium of attention and thought and through them we rail the public to attention. Shoes need attention, your feet need consideration. We have shoes to suit evervbodv ill price and style. We ask your attention and patronage A. E. MURPHY & CO. Island Orders Solicited. Opp. Elite Ice W ness able. on the principle that it Realize i WE WILL QUOTE YOU ANNEXATION PRICES. ooo A fuli line of Fine Double or Single Harness, Saddles, Whips, Lamps and Lap Robes Always on Hand. SCHUMAN'S CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY. &3"Island Orders Promptly Filled. Fort St.. above Club Stables. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO. East Corner Fort and King Streets. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN roceries. Provisions and General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods. ooo New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from California, Eastern States and European Markets. Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Goods Delivered to Any Part of the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Island Trade Solicited. P. O. BOX 145. :::::: TELEPHONE 92. KING ST., Next JAPANESE FIRE WORKS, Pill AMD NATIVE HITS. JAPAVESE LMB AND Mlffllh1 SOLD AT VERY It will pay you to visit my TELEPHONE 662. P. 0. BOX 496. H ave c And eat: Hilo, Howail. a absorbed atU'iitio m'j an of visitors. lu - rsonal -wants. Note tin; attitude 205 Hotel St., Arlington biock. Cream Parlors That vou don't buy carriages every day as you would groceries, and for that reason when you do buy a carriage you want something not only handsome, but durable and up-to-date. We can guaran tee our carriages for the reason, we buy direct of responsible mak ers who have built up their busi- pays to use the best material avail- HAT MANUFACTURER, to Castlo & Cooke. Feed IsoshiiMj, Of all descriptions made to order. LOW PRICES. You That people who buy their harness from me never complain about it's being too expensive. My harness is strictly hand made and will outwear any imported article in the market. This is a point it is well to remember when order ing a harness. Full assortment of Findings, Whips, Oils, Dress ings, etc., constantly on hand. store when in need of anything. King St., near Kuuanu. St., Honolulu. COLLINS Mm VilKlioCf?