THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER; HONOLULU, APRIL 3, 1SD0.
wt7i from this day on he
under the direct charge of
MR. ARTHUR N. SANFORD
a graduate of the Phila
ft' and all work will rerfije
S cloHt attention.
Glasses to correct all errors of
refraction v:ill continue to be
our special aim, thovgh no jart
of this most necessary work xcill
suffer from the slightest neglect,
As we grind all manner of J
cumpiicaiea lenses zn our own
workshop, the advantage to you
j of receiving your qlasses within
twenty-four hours after receipt
. ... .
o rie prescription sinnot he
t Recent imports of
xnJ Me wonderful
5 TRIEDER BINCCOLARS
ft places our stock of Optical k
ft Goods at the very top. The
ft Trieder Binocular , having
ft tnzny t?ic 7te magnifying
power of the ordinary Marine
5 Glass, together u'ith compact-
ft ne-ss, recommends it as the finest
S 7?i or every vsc, xchere the
ft magnification ofvbjects is de-
ft sired. We will he tjlad to shozc
S. 7n il tfTsrnrn and. mnrinre noil
ft of the above fact.
B AB Y CRIAggSfc
K A Small Lot just received
w and for sale at the
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Building, 534-536 Fort Si;
TELEPHONE 84d; RESIDENCE. 849.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
East Corner Fort and King Streets.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
General Agents for the Sanitarinm Brand of Health Foods.
New and Fresh Goods Received by Every Packet from Calitornla,
JSatern States and European llarketa.
Standard Grades of Caaned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish.
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Eeland Trade Solicited..
P. O. BOX 145.
213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Hnoluln.
Invite Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast
ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and
Crestlngs Made to Order: Samples on Hand.
HEPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
In hia time plays many parts; his acts being seven ages.
CT I At first the infant, mewling and puking in the nurse s arms.
Play the first act successfully, to lead to the second gracefully, he may
need Nursing Bottles, Nursing Fittings, Infant's Food, Condensed Milk,
Lime Water, Soothing Syrup, Syrup of Ipecac, Spiced Syrup of Rhubarb.
Powder Puffs, Violet Powder, Puff Boxes, Hair Brushes and dainty Combs
fashioned for tiny heads. He receives many a grateful prompting in the first
act from the mysterious hottles and crowded cases of the
Honolulu Drug Co.
Von Holt Block. - - - Kin?; Street.
TELEPHONE NO. 364.
LATEST AND BEST J
THE flEW ASPIRANT
FOR HONORS IS THE
Having all the good points of the
older standard machines with many
new ones, giving it claims of superior
ity that invite inspection, yet at a
lower price than any other high. class
THOS. G. THRUM,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
New Supplies at hand of Stationery
for Office or Commercial needs and So
Late books by popular auttors, and
books relating to these Islands being
constantly received. A new stock of
the latter just receired by last steamer.
THOS. G. THRUM,
FORT ST., Cor. of Hotel.
We are SOLE AGENTS for the Ha
waiian Islands for the AMERICAN
GRAPHAPHONE CO., of New York,
and by getting our goods direct from
the factory, we are enabled to offer the
same at prices reasonable to all. See
Eagle Graphaphones complete, $12.
Columbia Graphaphones with the re
corder, reproducer, horn or speaking
tttbe, and one Way hearing tube, $25.
Records, doz., $6; blanks, doz., $3.
Recorders, $4.75. Brass horns and
other supplies constantly on band.
Repairing Promptly Done.
OCEANIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
. WEILL &
A CLOSE GAME
Kai" College Boys fin Ino
LEAGUE TEAM LACKS PRACTICE
Baseball In Hilo A Leaguehas Been
Between Honolulu and Hllo.
The Kamehameha college boy? are
still the base ball champions. Satur
day they playe-d the Kamehameha
League team and at the end the score
was 6 to 4 in favor of the college lads.
All the players of the League team
did not put in an appearance. But ;hey
filed up with one or two outside play
ers, thus man-aging to get a nine to
gether. Bonnie Lemmon was unable
to play. His place in the hox was tak
en by Wise, who pitched a good game
The game was a good one. The teams
were very evenly matched. The college
boys showed the benefit of more prac
tice than their opponents, their team
work being quite good. The League
players manifested their knowledge of
the finer poin.ts of the game. If they
had more practice a contest between
the same teams would be about as pret
ty and close as one could find. The
battery work of both nines was about
The League men were shut out for
four successive innings. They then
made two runs, followed by two goose
eggs. They got one in both the eighth
anri tne ninrn. ine couejre uujs
started out with one, followed with
two more and scored another in the
third. Three ciphers followed. They
pulled themselves together in the sev
enth, and were shut out in the eighth.
The ninth was not needed. Following
is the line-up of the teams:
College. Position. League,
Cockett . - ". 2b Koki
Burgess 3b ivaaua
Plunkett rf Ahia
Reuter : . . . P Wise
Vennatta . lb -UaauKa
Kalua cf ........ Crowell
Kekeuewa c Gorman
Harbottle ss Kaanoi
Mahoe If Macomber
Umpire Duke McNichol.
Score College, 6; League, 4.
It has been suggested by some of
the local players that after the League
series Is finished the winning team play
a game with the pennant team of Hilo
for the championship of the Islands.
They have organized a league in that
city and report that the outlook for
good base ball is encouraging. The fol
lowing is taken from the Hilo Trib
une: "Base ball practice is the order of the
day, and each afternoon one or more of
theNteams may be seen dallying with
the elusive ibut stony hearted, spheroid
on the diamond of the Boarding School
grounds or chasing it through the lux
uriant growth of brush which sur
rounds it. Old players are limbering
up their joints and proving that they
are not yet to be relegated to the cat
alogue of "Has Beens," while with loud
voiced expressions of encouragement
or disapproval they teach the young
idea how to bat.
"A league, as stated elsewhere, has
been formed, and under the supervision
of a board of directors giving system
and direction to the work a goo 1 sea
son of the sport is reasonably expected.
It is believed that this organized work
will-also result in financial assistance
which will make a fit ground possible."
A contest between the champion
teams of the two leagues would be full
of rivalry and interest. It would also
tend to put athletics of the two cities
in closer touch with one another. Let
some of our enthusiasts get toe-ether
and see what can be done.
Band Concert Toniftht.
The following band concert will take
place this evening at Emma Square:
March Charge of the Battalion . . Hall
Overture Victory . . Kling
Selection Tannhauser Wagner
(a) Lei Poni Moi. Sweet Lei Mamo.
Miss J. Keliiaa.
(b) Ku'u Wehiwehi. Kokohi
Miss N. Alepai.
Cornet Solo Lizzie Polka . . Hartman.
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Fantasia Old Sweet Songs Dajbey
Waltz 1001 Nights Strauss
March The Charlatan 'Sousa
The Star Spangled Banner.
To parties with limited means desir
ous of having a home. I wish to call
attention to the fact that for a small
payment down I will build houses, up
on the Pawaa Tract or elsewhere, upon
the installment plan.
WILL E. FISHER,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
Fort and Merchant streets.
ViiSSKLS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Hilo. March 19.
U. S. A. T. City of Puebla. Thomas,
San Francisco, March 31.
U. S. A. T. Cleveland, Kliitgaard, San
Francisco, March 31.
Jap. cr. Chitose, Sakuri, San Fran
cisco, March 30.
(This Hat does not Include coasters.)
Am. stmr. City of Columbia, Mllnor,
mjo, Dec. 11.
Haw. bk. Willscott. Peabody. Nanaimo.
Haw. ship Falls of Clyde, Matson, San
Francisco, Jan. 18.
Br. ship Invermark, Philip, Liverpool,
Am. ship C. F. Sargent, Haskell, Ta-
coma, Feb. 2S.
Am. ship A. J. Fuller, Nichols, Norfolk,
Br. ship Carnedd Llewellyn, Griffiths,
Liverpool, March 9.
Haw. bk. R. P. Rithet, Calhoun, San
Francisco, March 10.
Am. bk. McNear, Peterson, Newcastle.
Am. ship Geo. R. Skolfield, Dunning,
Hilo, March 11.
Am. bk. Fresno, Underwood, Port
Townsend, March 12.
Haw. ship Star of Bengal, Henderson,
Newcastle, Mch. 15.
Am. bktn. Irmgard, Schmidt, San Fran
cisco, March 15.
Haw. bk. Diamond Head, Ward, San
Francisco, March 15.
Am. ship J. B. Thomas, Lermond, New
castle, March 19.
Jap. schr. Riensui Maru, Nakegawe,
Yokohama, March 21.
Am. stm. bktn. Morning Star, Bray,
San Francisco, March 23.
Am. bk. Alden Besse, Potter, San
Francisco, March 28.
Am. schr. Spokane, Jamieson, Port
Gamble, March 30.
Am. schr. A. M. Baxter, Marshall, Ev
erett, March 31.
Am. bk. S. C. Allen, Johnson, San
Francisco, April 1.
Am. bktn. Amelia, Wilier, Port Town
send, April 1.
Am. bk. Edward May, Backus. New
castle, April 2.
SAILING VESSELS FOR HONOLULU.
Due in April. . 0
Geneva, Am. bg . . .Clipperton Island
Albany, Ger. bk Westport
S. D. Carleton, Am. ship . . Hongkong
Republic, Ch. ship Newcastle
City of Adelaide, Br. bk. .. Newcastle
King Arthur, Br. ship .... Newcastle
Blairmore, Br. ship Newcastle
Robert Sudden, Am. bk. . . . Newcastle
H. D. Bendixon, Am. schr. . . Newcastle
Carrier Dove, Am. schr. .. Newcastle
Adderley, Br. bk Newcastle
Himalaya, Br. bk Newcastle
Honolulu, Haw. schr. Newcastle
Defiiance, Am. schr Newcastle
Defender, Am. schr Tacoma
Alice Cooke, Am. schr S. F.
Amelia, Am. bktn Port Ludlow
Amptitrite, Br. ship London
W. F. Jewett, Am. schr. .. Port Gamble
Azalea, Am. schr Port Gamble
Fred E. Sander, Am. schr..Pt. Gamble
Wm. Renton, Am. schr . . Port Gamble
F. S. Redfield, Am. schr. . Port Gamble
C. S. Holmes, Am. schr... Port Blakeley
Klikitat, Am. bktn Port Ludlow
Charles Hansen, Am. schr Eureka
Jennie Wand, Am. schr Eureka
Standard, Am. ship Seattle
Alcalde, Am. schr Gray's Harbor
E. M. Phelps, Am. ship S. -F.
W. G. Irwin, Am. brig. S. F.
Fort George, Haw. ship S. P.
S. G. Wilder, Am. bktn S. F.
Albert, Am. bk S. F.
S. N. Castle, Am. bktn .' . S. P.
Martha Davis, Am. bk S. F.
Mauna Ala, Haw. bk S. P.
Due in May.
Iroquois, Am. ship Baltimore
S. P. Hitchcock, Am. ship S. F.
H. Hackfeld, Ger. bk Liverpool
Aryan, Am. ship Norfolk
Foohng Suey Haw. fck. .... New York
John C. Potter, Am. bk. .. Newcastle
Duo In June.
Wega, Gen ship . London
Due In July.
George Qurtis, Am. ship . . . New York
Due in August.
Emily F. Whitney, Am. ship. New York
REMARKABLE CURE OF RHEUMA
TISM. Kenna, Jackson Co., W. Va.
About three years ago my wife had
an attack of rheumatism which con
fined her to her bed for over a month
and rendered her unable to walk a
step without assistance, her limbs be
ing swollen to double their normal
size. Mr. S. Maddox insisted on my
using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I pur
chased a fifty-cent bottle and used it
according to the directions and the
next morning she walked to breakfast
without assistance in any manner, and
she has not had a similar attack since.
A. B. Parsons. For sale-by all Deal
ers, Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents
for II. I.
3 BEFORE BUYING
I A PIANO I
See the Pianos we are selling '
J at 1U.UU per monthly install- J
SOLE ACENTS FOR
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Comer Fort and Beretaria Sts.
J Pianos Tuned and Repaired. J
: I : fill'
U. S. PRICES
A GOOD WHEEL FOR LITTLE MONEY
See Display Of
Miehi Ms Ha
, BETHEL STREET.
SUBSCRIBERS FOR SHARES IN
the Niulii Sugar Company, Limited, are
requested to call at the offices of Henry
Waterhouse & Company, Queen street,
on or before Thursday, April 6th, 1899,
and pay for their subscriptions. All
subscriptions not paid at the expira
tion of this time will be delinquent.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUIT, HAWAIIAN
In the matter of the bankruptcy of M.
J. Silva, of Kapaia, Kauai, a bank
rupt. fTreditors of the said bankrupt are
hereby notified to come in and prove
their debts before the clerk of the Cir
cuit Court, First Circuit, at the Court
House, In Honolulu, on Monday, the
3d day of April, 1899, between the
hours of 10 o'clock In the forenoon and
noon of the said day, and elect an as
signee of the said bankrupt's estate.
j Dated, Honolulu, March 24th, 1899.
By the Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR.
THE OFFICE OF THE AGENCY OF
JOHN FOWLER & COMPANY (Leeds)
Limited, of Leeds and London, Eng
land, will hereafter be in the Judd
Building, Room 300, and the ware
house on Queen street, in the rear of
the Union Feed Company's Ware
house. All communications, during the tem
porary absence of the undersigned, can
be addressed, "Care of the Union
(Signed) GEO. W. MACFARDANT:,
Agent for John Fowler & Co., (Leeds)
Honolulu, March 29th, 1899.
AT AN ADJOURNED MEETING
of the stockholders of tue Pacific
Cycle & Manufacturing Co., held this
day, the following officers were duly
President J. F. Humburg
Vice President Geo. Rodiek
Treasurer A. Stadtlaender
Secretary A. Stadtlaender
Auditor W. Wolters
Manager Horace J. Craft
The officers of the Company consti
tute the Board of Directors.
Honolulu, March 28th, 1899.
MAPS, MAPS. MAPS, of Honolulu,
Just Issued by the Hawaiian Gazette
Co.. von Holt Block, King street. Se
cure one before they are all gone. 50
1 A few elegant lots at
Manoa on the road, with
unsurpassed view and
climate. On line pro
posed Rapid Transit
2 Several town lots on Ber-
etania Street, Ewa side
of Geo. Ross. ,
t One house and lot on
4 Lots in different parts of
Kapiolani Park Addition
Lots, on installments.
7 Seven acres, more or less,
rice and kula land, ad
joining Minister Cooper's
land in Manoa.
8- -Two elegant homes at
Makiki or Punahou
10- -Lands in Nuuanu valley,
11 Long leasehold at Kaka
ako with good returns.
ij Only 6 more lots of all
sizes in different parts
of the most desirable lo
cations of Kalihi, with
fine views, macadam
ized streets, and water
supply from city. These
lots we sell at lowest
figures in monthly in
stallments without in
terest so as to put them
within reach of any
body who wants a home.
16 Good business location
Beretania, Waikiki side
... of Nuuanu Street.
i7 House and Int. wpII im
proved, on wide, macad
amized street in Kalihi,
Schools. Price $2,250.
1 8 Fine House Lotofalmost
5-4 of an acre, on good
street in best locality of
Kalihi, with fine view.
Wfltpr laiH on. Will qaII
19 FOR RENT Two Cotta
ges, one located at Kali
hi and other on Punch
20 FOR RENT A suburban
cottage completely fur
nished (inclusive a new
piano), in good locality
with all the latest im
6 rooms, kitchen, pantry,
bath-room and cellar,out
houses and large grounds
planted with a variety of
bearing fruit trees, to a
responsible party, who
is willing to take good
care of premises.
21 FOR SALE A house lot
100x200 in block 17 on
Lehua Avenue, Pearl
22--A few of the very choi
cest lots, of various
sizes, in all Kalihi, Ewa
side of H. C. Myers,
Esq., commanding an
unsurpassed view, on
fine street with water
from city. A visit to
the grounds will con
vince. Terms to suit
Offer for sale any kind of
Buv and sell outrieht
City and Suburban Real Es
J. H. SCHNACK or
F. L. DORTCH.
Real Estate and
223 Merchant St.
P. O. Box No. KM.
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