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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEK: HONOLULU, rKitltlWKY I 1. M.
MAUI IS IN LINE JAS-F- morgan A. E. MURPHY CO. A. E. .VURPHY CO. A ? OF $ i i 0 0 ooo f I -ooo 00 n i . 0 a s: 2 The best at the lowest price at HOPP'S. 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 for your parlor, din- J ing-room and bed- X 0 o 0 o 0 ft 0 0 0 0 9 0 a 0 0 o 0 V 0 0 room. 0 0 0 0 0 of very handsome pat terns. 0 0 9 0 O 0 0 a 5 9 D 0 0 0 0 A SPECIALTY. 0 J.HOPP&CO. 0 Leading Furniture Dealers, KING & BETHEL STS. 0 0 0 0 oooooooooo RED SEAL ... Means Fresh and Pure. We have just received a fresh supply of BAKING POWDER, CURRY POWDERS, ETC. ALSO . . . FRESH PICKLES At the WASHINGTON FEED CO. COR. FORT & QUEEN STS. Telephone 422. & CO, L'D. : Honolulu, H. L Qieen Street, AGENTS FOR SAwalian Agricultural Company, Ono xaea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Wailuku Sugar Company, W&lbee Sugar Company, Make Su gar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. TJanters Line, San Francisco Packet!, Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit ers. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwriters. LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jones, President; George H. .Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. Allen, Auditor; C. M. Cooke, H. WaUr- &nse, G. R. Carter, Directors. 0 108 KING STREET. G.J.Waller : : Manager. Wholesale and Retail AND- NAVY CONTRACTORS. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LIMITED. Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager Clara Spreckela Vice-President "W. IS. Giffard..Secretary and Treasure 1L M. Whitney, Jr Auditor SUGAR FACTORS AND COMMISSION AGENTS 0 o I Fitmc Slugs 0 Ill Hi Rspoirs ond ittig BREWER i llll Hi (SO AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Company Of San Francisco, Cal. ooo- BY THE S. G. WILDER Another Car Load (Direct from the Factory) -OF THE Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators ALL SIZES. $7.50 to $75 LIMITED. Sole Agents HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OOO -OOO ooo w w w w w w w vi ? GET IT AT T WATERHOUSE'S. i I ! V hive int rr.ivpi1 n larte 55 shipment of Agate and fin Ware, I which must be sold to make room l for other goods to arrive. 2 I CoOee Pots, 6 sizes. t Tea Pots, 6 sizes. "j2 I Sauce Pans, 5 sizes. J 5 Lard, Flour aud Suar Con- "J5 I tainers, 3, G and 9 gals, I 6 Stock Pots, extra heavy, 3, f E and 9 gals. Preserving Kettles. 2 Dish Pius, s sixes. Cufienders, 3 sizes. 2 Straiuers. Lipped Fry Pans, S sizes. i Oblong Bake Pans, 'i sizes, I I 13 to IS inches. 3p Square Bake Paus, 4 size, 10 1 I to 13 inches. I 5: Pie Plates, 4 sizes,' 7 to 10 I inches. I Jelly Cake Pans, 3 sizes, s to I 10 inches. Cake Moulds, 5 sizes. I Mellon Moulds, 4 sizes. Milk Boiler, G sizes. I Coffee Biggins, S sizes. Tea Kettles, S sizes. I Fish Kettles, 3 sizes. Covered Buckets, s sizes, 1 to 12 quarts. 1 I Slop Pails, Etc., Etc., L And other goods too numerous to j I mention. ' Come and look for yourself and I g be convinced that we have one of c I the most complete stocks of Kitch- I en Furnishing Goods in the City. I I NO TROUBLE TO 3 SHOW GOODS. I I Prices Away Down! J. T. WATERUOUSE, Waverley Block, Bethel Street, I Crockery, Hardware, j Groceries. I I 32 I Estamistied in issi. Leaders in 1899. I mm. T f M M M M A M M Wants Hilo to Get Into the Band Wagon Right. Cabinet Ministers Should Vis;! Island Sections An Instance of Gcod Results. T;.v ; v :i; v.-.: o: M;:;.:-r C. 'to K:.i. fol!,wd hy :h- r-.;t . r.ot!n;r2 r.t of in: :;t : pn-v d a jtho .pc-r. litui t- of he r;ad apprpr tions fur !";: district, ill?:: ra: :ic.-:tv :'ir Cahln-: Mini- 1 iarlzinir th'-:n.- Iv - with tin ; listriv ts by u r.-or.al v:its. money ; th r.f i w.i-s ;ir. : I !'. nt y :" money i: th. trviry: z: I inc: was !-:ie. Why? lVra:; Minister of ihr Ir.: ri;r. i:i vl. par:m'ii: the a;;r;iri.i:i-n !...i: l.t i- eotitent to try an.l run hi ri-S rnn: from his otTlc in ll.cm'ii! x. Th-; Minister of Finan k ; ti r.i 1 worn U-twven Ixe.utive H.iihi.r.. Bi-?hois hank ;ml Moan.ilti.i. nnl nurses a hivr :r asury Ijaianv : ltit ;i. country Oistriets know him ti a Kood looking man only ly !;i 51:10 o sraph. As long as we have a c -nir.ilizfl form of government wo ;ir' entitleil To have- the 'xecmive heals kmcv what the conditions are in th several lis tricts. Instead of the Ministr of th Interior spending his tlm in Honolu lu he should spenl a large portion of it on the move. peronally inspecting reads, wharves, public buildings, pres ent ami prospective, and. as the :her Ministers also rontrol the disposition of public funds thy should act on per sonal knowledge. What. Ho! Ye Hilo Kickers, and all the other public spirited citizens of the country Oistricts. Maul proposes to you that instead of frittering away our good energies on separate kicks about individual lacks and neds. we join in a unanimous kick, and insist that the executive officers of the (lovernni- nt. spend more of thir lime in visiting th outer districts. M.ri-rn:. A PLAIN WOODCOCK. Presents a 5,HM Industrial Plan for Hawaii, Mr. W. K. A. Woodcock is a Vdr spring genius who has at Winona, Minn., a school for grinding out watch makers and opticians. Ho has been hit amidships with the idea of bringing his labor saving enterprise to this p!a. and this is the letter he writo to a member of the (Government: Honorable and Dear Sir. If you think it will pay me I wouU be pleased to remove my school to Ho nolulu. If the citizens will present w a $7.0u0 bonus to come I will give you an interest in my business. If you v.-. 1 1 assist me now to establish my;rlf there and after I arrive. Please p!a: this matter before your eitiznn a: once. If they think that it will pay them and me if you and they thl:k that it will not pay to re:nov tiur- that ends it. 1 will make my arrange ments and com at once if yuu an 1 t ! think that it will pay m and that ya and they think that it will pay them ta present me $3,oot) to remove my s- ho to Honolulu. I was thinking thai i! would U a good point, but it may be that I was mistaken. 1 do not wan: to go where it will not pay me. and I want to bo where the people will ,: ronize my school and take hold of :t ami make it an assured success. I'if.y students at the Mnall price that 1 charge here would make the $'. an 1 I should get more to go there, at !'ist $200 or $:I0 each student. If you and the citizens arrange for me to come send the $r .'. in care of the American l-'x press Co. or the First National It mk to me. Can a suitable building !m , I tor this work, and how long furnSa 1 free? I am yours truly W. F. A. WOODCOCK. Kascball. A meeting of the Wela ka Hao lias -ball team 'was held yesterday and Wm. Lucas was elected captain. Prac tice will bfgin Thursday af; rr.o,n. There will be four team in the league: thv lunaln)U-. Sop. r aptaia: Kamehameha College. Mahuka .: J tain: Engineers. Handy eaprain: -.r I . Has'.ir.s- streets, and adjoins lh p the Wela ka Haos. !Tty of Mr. C. 1. Wilder, on w2;Ich 13 The fact that there ,,r,. four - r insures a g(od season for the j. t)f the ;ame. The managers will :r.f: in tlie near future and deeide ujr :h" . schedule of games, whh h will U--:r. about the lirs- of Arril. Hy Kcv. II. II. Parker. An article o: "The C.r .v:h or j;. gion anions the Hawaiian IV -pi. :he interesting features of Hawaii N -l. I 'in co-arso of tva'.::.a:io:i .v the m four.-o o: ;va:.:a:soa ;.v ::-.e - ian (lazette Co. .Tu Iprr.enr formed af" r a l:f"'l:r. spent. am r. the Hawaiian and hy a ran fr.l ol like U v. Mr. lirk-r. ma !e I h:s an article 1 An At:Jitor. Mr. llo.;:is n. hr. with Ii; ,v ' Co.. has left the ho;:e t. a. n :l-.ej capacity for lirewvr v C.. Castle Coke and Alexander iV: IJaldwin travelias auditor. He will visit th';r various plantations and check tip a -counts of all sorts. Mr. Holtinscm now making hi firs: to':r. lein on Maui. I. J 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 59 1. Telephone 72. Shares of Stock FOR SALE: oahu u;.r. co. i-;oNi:i:i; cx HAW.MiAiN :::.::cTi,.:r c waialva AG?.:rv:rrr.. ct. i:w. i'i.a:;tat:on FOR SALE. luisipr.Nci: :ir. w. ; lr;r.-t. o:t Klna t ".rv:. !. Is i--.ua:.i and P11a1 .rwv. Dwelling fco:- or.:.'r.--S.:.;3i room. 221S; I,ir. . 2i:.; - i rooms. 12ll fUr:: 2 llnT.. 2 1 x i I : dininc room, lxl- I.-k'.h pititr. kitchen. There r. re at - . . r.-t. : c li'iu-e. and erv.i. ; :ar".r Fur:hr l art'.- :r at. ny T - THIS DAY. SHARES OF STOCK AT AUCTION. FudtT in-itru.-tlo- fr.m t- at tr of the WaLana- Cj.. I.M.. I at public auctlo- a n'.y mop)3, Queen street. On Tuesday. Feb. 14. 1899 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. FOl.itTKIIN SHAIins OK T21K WAIANAK CO.. being th t rzsVxl shar-s of the ruw lMue of n'.o-v:. T. rms Ca.h. V. C.S. 1 C- JAS. F. MORGAN. Auctr. Fine Residence Property For Sale. The a:; deigned oflcrj for n'.c a: private application, F.IGHT OF THi: FINEST IlCa!- im:ncs: siti:s in thi: dust iu:sh)i:nci: distkict of Ho nolulu. These lot tMiuJ from thd ( rcm- Jn.ciit Kcrcrvailon at th Maklkl Iua? ; ing Station, along Hastings tlnl and the Manoa road, and for tho raojt part face the grounds of Punahou Co!l?. being a division of Ito JudJ Tract. There lots contain from 1 to 2 a:rci each, and are elegantly Itua:J In ref er r.-e to scenery and hcalthfulnNJ j. Lot 1 ha a fror.taj on MaV.: :r e:. ccr.ti'.r.n 1U acre. or. Maklkl an I i being erc'ted a ri.-es:.. cor.ta'.r.s l a:re. Lot t. on Hav.'.szi j.ns .... I tala I "I ar. !.o:s C ar. ! 7 are on th; road: and fare tho groun ! c! Pusia")-: C.V.V? acre. cnr.r.-n 2.21 3.Z1 !..-: A ar.! I) ar? a: zl th trie:, on th Lll: zro-.r. I ctct- :he Funahcu cro-- I . s.z.1 ; Val;. TVar:..-r.d If rid. .r:r 2.Z I " i'. '".v: 2 r. r-r c a mai or thi: rr.opii.vrv cs ' e . r. a: my .Vro-:::. ZZ Qicz f:rr. v.h're f;r:tr r."!! t-fr-rr..v.h r. car. ! nV.aiccl. JAS. F. MORGAN n 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. Price is often ;ae ;:; cor.suieraiisn in :he question of buying and wel! :: 5hou!J be. 2 -oc Another necea:y s:ep in :hz: directicn i :he quality of the article. g Expense and Quality I s LU Arc jr.: :. t : rrr!i-VrvJ I tha! tr SHlE t M and t:e r-::.! vcn ti. or OUR LINE OF SHOES 3 If V.;: a A. E. MURPHY & CO. "f 205 Hotel Street. A. E. MURPHY L CO. Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association's "BUDWEISER Two Carloads of this FAMOUS BEER . . . . just to hand. FOR SALE BY H. Hackfeld ft to, Ltd. OOl-C AOCNT3 HAWAIIAN IOLANDO. Pabst Beer Merit Alone Has iMadc it World Famous. w. c. peacock & CO. Plantation Owners, Managers, Agents, And Buyers. . . . ooo F'atronize Home Industry, no need of sending abroad for Harness. With added improvements to my K::!ect:n:s D:;utz:'.:t and direct importation of m2teri.1l. 1 am now pre pared to supply Planters and Agents with any amount and description of Work Harness, or parts thereof, at firures that will compare favorable with Coast rt'izcs. and the assurance of a far better wearing article. A full line of Carriage, Harness, Stable and Horse Goods. Island orders promptly and satisfactorily filled. C. R. COLLINS. ESTABLISHED TELEMOe 661. M . Mil Will in r!:io:j cf MIO. will tr.r ? i:::.ic: rv t I ARE ALL LEA0ERS. A. MURPHY L CO. "l 5 5 TELEPHONE 4. 1S91. K15G ST :m XCD1ID ST, Hawaii. v