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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AHVKUTISEI5: HONOLULU. IT.IUnAKY C.
V Mil YOUR CLOTHES, To 90 per cent, of the people with whom you come in daily contact, are the index of your financial condition. Therefore, no one but a very rich man can afford to wear badly fitting, badly made or shabby clothes, and since the Stein-Bloch Co. have solved the problem of finely tailored ready- to-wear-and-to-fit clothes at one-half and less than made-to-measure tailors' prices, no one needs to wear poor clothes unless he as 1 "pure cussedness." See the swell business suits bearing this label OSf" which we are selling at from . . $12 to $25 See the handsome black clay worsted and Vicuna cutaway coats and vests . . . $27.50 SI M. flcINERNY, Modern Clothier, flerchant and Fort Streets. Your Roof And Gutters Should be put in thorough repair before you are washed out during the heavy rains that may be expected at any time. ooo I stand ready to do any necessary repairs required. Remember, the heavy storm last year that did so much damage. ooc JOHN NQTT. 75-79 KING ST. TEL: NO. 3J H. H. WILLIAMS. Undertaker and Embalmer. LOVE BUILDING, 534-536 FORT ST. Telephone 846. Residence, 777 Fort St., Next Door Below Fort St. House. Tel 849. 0 ounders and CATTOiM 213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu. Invito Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand. HEPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. KING ST., Next to Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock. Christmas Toys, Gents' Furnishings, Japanese Bamboo Baskets, Matting, Japanese Lanterns. From December 17th to January 5 to 25 per cent, discount. . E. McINTYRE & BRO. East Corner Fort and King Streets. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN roceries, Provisions and Feed General Agents for the Sanitarinm Brand of Health Foods. ooo New and Fresh. Goods Received by Every Packet from California. jjL8tem States and European Marketa. Standard Grades of Canned Veg enables, tTautoe and Ffcafo. Goods Delivered to Any Part oi the Chy. Sa4W&coo, CinKKrfcxxL fetecd Trade Solicited. P. O. BOX 145. v.l i-UFTHlOMTlD 6o8. rr I i! si , WEILL & CO. Machinists. TEL. 410. L Isoshima. HAT HANUFACTURER, Castle & Cooke. 1st all Goods will be sold at from TELEPHONE 92. A READY KNIFE Another Maui Pake Uses , the Blade on Himself. Did Not Want to C3 to Prison Opium Case Shows-Dry Wea thai Snow on Hateakala. MAl'I. !). 1. ljj.V..:Ui Chi nese a -fiii to have honor of j ill. Sunday, January -iih. a Mongolian named Alana was arrt-?i.-l in l;..-5 hoa- charged with having opium in p .--sion. Jjis'. after the am-.-: had le:n formally made, and while the poliee man's back was turiK.l for a moment. Alana stabbed himsWf in the abdomen with a knife inflieting surh a :vv!--wound that h has beta in Malul.in: Ho.-pital for a wok urdr th ear of Dr. Weddiik. Hv. however, was able to ap;ear in court this morning. The "Kiekapoo Show." which ha been doing "good business" in l.iha ina, is expected in Wailuku to-day or Monday. The "eineograph man" who was "billed" to exhibit in Wailuku during the past week did not put in an ap pearance as ndvertlsvd. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Allen and party (tourists) who visited Haleakala last week report that recent south winds have torn the iron-roofing completely off "Craigielea." the little ston huti. on the summit. During the week. Mrs. Iwis. the wife of Itev. J. M. Lewis of Wailuku has been seriously ill. A baby daugh ter was born to the Lewis's Monday. Jan. 30 rh. Maunaolu minary has now nfty- four pupils enrolled. It will b pos sible to accommodate but a few more girls until the new buildings are con structed back of Sunnyside parallel to Grove Ranch. Pala. John Kanakamaikai. the well-known clerk in .the office, of Ta.-Asvsor V. T. Robinson of Wailuku. has Urn very sick with hemorrhage of lung. Jan. noth. the three-masted schooner Jenny Ward." Christiansen master. arrived in Kahulul. 10 days from l.n Francisco with a general cargo for the Haiku. Paia and Alexander an-' Raid- win Companies. Tho bark "Nuuanu" now loading sugar for New York will probably get away the middle of next week. Weather: Very dry Indeed ka ma ul nas are prophesying a dry winter. South wind though not heavy. bnow on the summit of Ilaleakala the early part of the week, and thunder and lightning on its -western slope th af ternoon of the 1st. KSTATES AND Ti l LIC. An American Woman Who is Now Called Lady " In the Advertiser of Saturdiy ap pears an extract from the sun potry of Mr. J. Hooker Hammersley. Mis Price, of Albany, afterward th Duch ess of Marlborough, and now the wife of Lord William Re res ford, the brother o? Lord Charles, married for her llrst husband a Mr. Louis Hammersly. a cousin of Mr. J. Hooker. Ry a curious will he left, on his death, the income of an enormous estate to his wife, with power to dispose of the estate on h r death. He provided, however, that hould Mr. J. Hooker Hammersly have a son. the estate should go to that son on her death. For many years no son was bora, but after the marriage of Mrs. Hammersly to the Duke of Marl- lorough. a son was lorn. is now liv ing, and will probably receive the great estate. In a will made some year be fore his death Mr. Louis Hammersly provided that if his widow married again, she should forfeit the right to the entire income. He relented before his death, and his change of mind en abled the handsome widow to re:or the Rr.hci:n palace. Nn-ome a Da h ess. and finally settled down with nominal tit! of "Iad" Rere-ford ualy. i Ikt husband has no actual rank. WHAT CUR.VS LOSS MCAN5 TO SPAIN. Tho lo5s of Cuba means to Spain the loss c! the very sustenanco of the na tion. Already her tax-rldaea people!"''" are crying for bread. la the sane way a vigorous a?p- the losa o! your once tire means poverty and starvation to yo-ar body. If any reader of this ra-! per wishes to be as hungry ngaln us atr;i vt i..ii;u, uiiu warns 10 iuaj vn' hearty meal?, drink Seattle bvcr. It cures inalgesiioa ami dyspepsia. Or. tap or in boitles at the Criterion. LET US TALK To you on the merits cf the Sterling Picycle and -why it la the best mad an.i bect lasting wheel In the market today. Pacific Cycle ani Mfg. Co , agents. MESSENGER BERTCE. Honolulu Messenger Service dellTer messages and packagwa. Tel. STS. MAI'S. MAPS. MAPS, of Honolulu, just issued by tho Hawaiian Gazette Co.. von Holt Mock, Xvlng street. Se cure one before they are all gone. WITH Y. P. S. C. E. Eighteenth Anniversary is Observed in this City. At Central Union Church-Papcf Are Read-Origin a nd Mission. Work Done. p. it. ( o.i..; of CI:r. :;.it; Iln l a.- - .i I'nion !as: .nv::;:;:. . v. r i :.p.r were r-ad i. ::;:; n;'r.i. :h ur.r.: r-ary of t - f :i;.. v, ; :y .t: p r-.:..:. ! . lM. by R. v. I Van. CUtk. p ap. r. r. ad by Pr,.f. Fr :. !. Th . ! .t f mil::u of .. . . a:; I K.'Vy. on 1. n a ! ! M K told of It p-irp -e Dr. Clark tin ling tha any ; i-;:;t:s -. r. in r. ! of ... .; tl.a: e.riM not w. !l n by the "io : rrembt r of hi- vhurch. p'.anr.e I : .mization of a x,-Jety whr iy m:sni u ip the other. "To help one an- other and to help other?, to sive young " t people, and to train them to work forjj Chri:." has ever leen the uppernv: i:-o'.ig:i: of tni grand rganlzation. ! That it ha., and is doing tht. I dem- S on! raid by the million of its adher-'1" t r.t an-l sup;rter.. j xi. Th. se pap.rs followoi! !v 3 1"" 'Corner WaikUi R. ar. l John ers. ( lling if "The Convention.." ' TJu-' lload. S ze 1011". Forming if the First Society un t!;. lUrh. To wry l.-;rab Hawaiian Island." and "The (;row:h! building I :. p;Roi St. mlth of th- Organization in th D;ff rn: abundant- of va!-i4b fruit Countries." i !rr fhrcn. Sir? of ca h C In the first convention, held in 1W. ! x22o. but six s,K ietles wer, represent!. ' $ r. -t-Pitkoi S:.. I.,-. : r.u- t.. drhl-r-whlie the last one. held at Nasnvll.i .ri. i-v Tenn.. in renrcsentd Zl.Wl m- ' cietl . with a total nwmbTshlp f ; 00 over thr million. The next oawn-j s- t!i PAW TR CT I)r 'ac tion i to be held in Ivtroit. Mich., and ire on King and IrVtanU :r-..! doubt, will eclipie all former one. i ne nr. i society otttstiie t.ie r.,: .l State was organized In Honolulu ln 1SS1. by Rev. J. A. Cruzan. A f.wj charter memln rs are still in existence. Tiiere are now rrnten socieii- on the Islands. The growth In other rountru ha. ben very raphl. even "Darkest Afrfc.i"i Thu. it is seen thlt t!;e w!io!n r-irt! 1. . 1 .1 . II ft ft.. t ft ft i. a o.m:i mro.e.i uy in:. uan-l o workers and no oietv ever orr.i?iirr.l ; . an numb, r n it do., minion of ih res; -and b.;glite: ottng pjpie of a'.'. ; naitor.s. AT Till: TI.NT SHOW. Aboti: people filled the trnt at the turner of Alakea and IVfetanli s:re.; Saturday rlglit. to wltr.es the initial p rrormance. and .rnim the frrqn-:u 5 bursts of applause th' program mnt j !:ave be-n all that was iidvrrtij't I. i Mr. JacKson s Irish yon- were t!I- reived, a was Mr. Weaver , r. ndi- lion 01 .s.et-p at m' wttcn. j Rfca intrlu-fMl song in three I m-' gt;aes-Am. r;can. Hawaiian and Chi-J lie.--. , j The ever p:nlaA- Hawaiian Ouirte-'o obliged to respond to several rncore. Tin littb Chinese acroh.it. were' truly marvelous, and astonlihel cvry one present with their rr!ormanr Ro-a and Weaver npp.-vird in I.-rughabb' skt tt li and tli n!rtain- zt r;,'. tr;,.KFMB bleach ebkoves freckles, v..unte. rs. hypnt;ized eV.-ra! to th- ,: ot ih- . via. irt,ir o of . u sati":at tion of the audienre an I a . m- j mittt- of prominent gentle: wh, , wr ea!ed tn t!i stage to examine th' su!jerts. j Altogether the show was a pe.ilnri . . . . . . I ..-Ml I 1 t . . ! . 1 I .sun hiii i ii'iiiiii r-M u-iiin week with a change of program nUh:j ly. AdmUltn i 1." and 2"c t Von I la in in -Voting Coin pa ny. Th. capitalization of the Von Hamm Yung comp.iny is JRmOoo. divided in to l.f shares at tM ach. Alexander Yottng Is pr.li!vnt. Coara 1 n l!an:m is vie prts;d"nt an l auditor, an ! An-h'.luM A. Voting i- s- retary ar. i tiasurer. A general merrhan-U. and commision bu.-incs will carried n j by concern. ' AN IIDITOR S LIFR SAVP.D RV ; CHAMRL'RI-Al.VS COCOH RRMRDV.I During th early part of ):toVr. j IV-.. I eontractd a bad o! !. whi. h sett Id n my lungn and w as r.' gN During th early part cf ):toVr. j until I f-ire i that cnump:ion ha I apparr-1 In an ln.-!pr.t :a-. I wa' constantly roughing anl trying to ex pel sfmethlr.g which I eo iM r.o. I came alarm! and after giving t!:.- I dtw-.or a trial l-ought a b::;. Chamb-rlalrs Co tgh Rt..- !v an 1 of reul: wa immll!e imp.-overar.. ar. I afir I ha ! uM thr- !..!?-. r..y I'tng v. r r-tor l to th r h.-a!:hy e. R. . I.dward:-. pub: :'.:- r f T.-.- I Rnw. Wyan;. R!. F,,r s.i: by p. -. A: C.. I!. ..o:;: IWL'LAR PRICR. i p. K..rr vn, a flr. t:3vir 0; . ,n.ry CO-.rH at T.l I2,j',a n:r: f.or ar.l I quo? in price up-a other x1 tna: cannot fall to ultra: burr Food Pr.por.cJ WitM MCHumr Fr. from Rochoil. 8.it, Alum, Lime and Ammonia. Calu mat' lath. Houa.oif.'. Fri.nd. NONE SO GOOD WLydnLy Powder PARTIAL LIST Or Real Estate IOR SAI.L IIY Will E.Fisher COR. HEP.CHiST ASD FORT. ROTH'S STORE. IMPROVED. 'i::.u-" P..!jr-.. . i; Vry rira".V. t: .r. 1 tr.Vc n:cr. 'i "K.iI.hl a' 1 ar. ln:pro.'J. Wc! !ir.tl :n tr- a:. I j:.r -Vry. iili:.p. -N'. r.-.!-r- n l'''.!- s.. t.-ir V;i r Acr. a--, c r..a.r. s nn: ar.-l Nab. M i- ;ippre.-;.i:fsj. in.i will accp'.e !. c .:ac f ten r n. in fUf!r.t c o i:-tb-a. MAKi: AN DFFIIR-XInini i . r.ear Vinejur! . cr- lz. ui'.h r.;ail cnta-. Ml'r Ri: .-OLD. ini.mppjivi:d. 7 Qviet4 ,- k;XO '..x:"!. 7roch. To r.ne IoCa n WjI- Mkl R oxi 1. Car jat tie roj rrty. i".rV ltH -ruV..-rr. WuVr p:p ar? ling U! I on rtn. thi trir'.. Q-t-Q ... An a'l-Rijnnal L of d-ira! rrof- t rty wi:j l- given tjp.n application. - WILL. fc. t-I5rlER. :?!REAL ESTATE AGENT Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts. . JIV - ' f1 -J J ''VilV rTX vT.-.V ''tft .'tt,-S'rZT: I wrn etriJ 1. r-m 1 . : " " : 5:;N rf :r KSSfclCSS irtr r--t rmiR tr n t:h ih-tr m?rtl t --.xm-. toVlnu uty r,r.u i ro)rniTirn Hill WfflB Li uu inl 11 11 .Jlola montez creme ;r.ihricr. -ir:iir n tilht. t DAY HAIR RESTORER itry or ;.: ! h;r B!rf H "f f I :-i!S !v" if"!. m r ;uttnl Kf' ZZ."1"1 . . MRS. NETTIE HARRISON DERMATOLOGIST .a rt.... Ci ucar) Sin Ffjocico. Ci!. J. LANDO. JUST RLCLIVLD: A N-;-.v ar.l Cc?y? 15 of BOYS' EOBBT CtOTHISG, H.T3 ASD CAFS, COLP SHIRTS, USDERWE1R, PEF.CHE SHIRTS, HOSIERY, PiJAXAS, ASD . . . 04. 1 . O Z ..X. O Lctll 1 SV Oil 11 US, 1 i'- L.E.TRACY, I. 0. 0. F. Hurry-Up Orders. o .!:'Ti::c.!. miyi: - t ' 1 1 1 ... . - l . I !! .... ';. r-i::. r jm -r. 1 . -. . y r. r ; : a o : . .t .1 . 4 m IT.' wi: can't in: p.i:t. aO OUTFITTER ID flllSli. C E. Le MUNYON. P..-or.:4 2. C. t. Love Uallha?. I'or. Sl MALTESE LICE. We have a Large As- o; sortment or this 51 . . intrinsically valu - o o 4 o o o . o able article, which we are selling at the most reason able Figures. o. t O l ooo- E. JORDffl o. 1 0 StZUt FOR HATCHING. rrort tie foUowlac runC-DREO Kovli of the chi!cct ttraat At n Ian&hoa IVDultry Yixdt. Tlx: DaiJ Letfcora. Rrovn Leborn. TL!la Lrsaorai, IRirk Ulnorrxt. An2c3 tn, lUrrrd Plyxaontii IIocUl, 7yc dottet taj Hac'.laa a G. Dcrtlrca. Ik!o Dncks aad Rroat Turttya. Ir!m faraUhM tioa arpHrmtlcx rTom fro a ih othrr ItUnlt trill ro ct!t rronpt mai cirtTal araUoa. A fw ch3!c Powl tor waltkii a vrni:ixN. 211 Port 8L. Hooolate. CASTLE & COOKEf Lti HONOLULU. COmilSSIOH UERCHA1ITS. SUGAR FACTORS. At.KNTr H!t The Km-a P'aaLillaa Co. Tbc WaJxIua Acr:ra::afai Co The Kohala S-gxr Co. The Wa!ou Sucar ld::i Cx The I Colo Asrlcaltural Co. Th Oaome 5-jgar Co. The Ia::n Iraa Worlf, Su LoaU. The Sua lard OI! Co. Th Ceo. r. f'f va PaipE. Wc-toa'j Catr:fari2t. Th N-r !ng:a3 HatuJ X-!fe Ian- t.3V Co.. of R'i"03. Th Ac.u Hre larjra' Co, of IUr.for4. Conn. Tho A!!laac4 A.-rjrin Co.. cf Loa- CHOICE vul, Hon PORK At y Or Hand 00 Sausages. Liver, Head Cheese and Breakfast Bo lozne a: the CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. Member Stock and lion J lichanse. EDYARD P0LL1TZ & COUPAHY co?:::is5:on xi::okkpj5 and iJlLM.KlLi IN 2.VVJ1ST- chxi 5.t.J of !ivi:ua Sir? f?:o:. N'-,:u:'!. Kx:ra aal Por i!?a '.vcti xz.1 UjzIx i'2 Cir.fora! Su Fva FristlKt). It !r.i f !at rt coarpUIau morh. h:: I ronlh: enr - w S M r iK jrl L -f ! ) t v ff. -r " K? J-l n LEWIS & CO., Grocers- in ronr sritKirr. Te:?h3af. :iD : : p. o. Box 13. : :