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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL. :i, 1S99.
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S. S. KINAU,
CLARKE. Commander.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at
12 o'clock noon, touching at Lahaina,
Maalaea Bay and Makena the same
day; Mahukona, Kawairae and Laupa
hoehoe the following day, arriving at
Hilo on Wednesday evening.
Returning, will sail from Hilo ever
Friday at 6 o'clock p. m., toucaing ai
Laupahoehoe, Mahukona, Ivawaihae,
iMakena, Maalaea Bay and Lahaina, ar
riving at Honolulu Saturday night.
Will rail -at Pohaiki. Puna, on the
second trip of each month, arriving
there on the morning of the day of
sailing from Hilo to Honolulu.
The popular route to the Volcano I;
via Hilo. A good carriage road the en
tire distance.
S. S. CLAUDINE,
CAMERON. COMMANDEE.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 p.
m., touching at Kahulul, Hana, Uamoa
and Kipahulu, Ctfaui. Returning, ar
rives at Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, once a
month.
This company reserves the right to
make changes in the time of departure
and arrival of its steamers without
notice and it will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the Landings
to receive their Freight; this Company
will not hold itself responsible for
freight after it has been, landed.
Live Stock received only at owner's
risk.
This Company will not be responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed In the care of Pursers.
.Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fail
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
ditional charge of twenty-five per cent
The Company will not be liable foi
loss of, nor injury to, nor delay in, th
delivery of -baggage or personal effrcta
of the passenger beyond the amount of
$100.00, unless the value of the same
he declared, at or before the lssuo of
the ticket, and freight is paid thereon.
All employees of the Company ar
forbidden to receive freight without de
Jivering a shipping receipt therefor in
the form prescribed by the Company
and which may be seen by shippers up
on application to the pursers of the
Company's steamers.
Shippers are notified that If freight is
shipped without such receipt, it will
be solely at the risk of the shipper.
C L. WIGHT, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port SupL
WORLD-FAMED
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THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIERS RESTORER
For cleansing 'and clearing tbe blood from al)
imparities, it cannot be too highly recommended
For Scrotal?, Scurvy, Eczema.
Pimples, Skin and Blood Diseases,
and Sores of all kinds, its effects are
marvellous.
It Cares Old Sores.
Cores Ulcerated Sores on the Neck,
Cures Ulcerated Sores Lege.
Cnres Blackhead? or Pimples on the Fate
Cares Scurvy bores.
Cares Cancerous Ulcers.
Gores Blood andkin Diseases.
Cares Glandular Swellings.
Clears the Blood from all Impure Matter
From whatever cause arising.
As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, anc
warranted free from anything injurious tc the
most delicate constitution of either sex, the
Proprietors solicit saserers to give it a trial tc
test its value.
THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS
From All Parts of tbe World.
Sold in Bott'.es 2s. 9d.t and in cases containing
six times the quantity, lis. each sufficient
effect a permanent care In the great majority
of long-standing cases, BT ALL CHEMISTfc
and PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Proprietors.
Ths Lincoln and Midland Counties Dbu
Cokpant Lincoln. England
Caution. Ask for Clarke's Blood Mixture,
ana oeware or wortniess imitations or sudsu
tates. 1709
For Rent.
A New Cottage, on the
beach at Waikiki, containing
4 Bedrooms, a large Lanai,
Kitchen, Patent W. C , Bath
rooms and Servants' Quarters
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For particulars apply to
WILLIAM SAYIDGE
310 Fori Street.
FOR SALE.
MAPS OF HONOLULU, UNMOUNT
ed, 50 cents each. Maps of Hawaiian
Islands, unmounted, 50 cents each. By
Hawaiian Gazette Co., Von Holt Block,
Kins Street 5144
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We have commenced with the first
letter and will run through the alpha
bet, one letter for each week. Read the
list of articles we carry in stock:
BASKETS,
BUTTER MOULDS,
BUTTER PADDLES,
BUTCHER KNIVES,
BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES,
BREAD AND BUTTER KNIVES,
BREAD BOXES,
BREAD PANS,
BEER GLASSES,
BON BON DISHES,
BON BON SPOONS,
BELLS,
BONE PLATES,
BERRY SETS,
BANQUET LAMPS,
BRACKET LAMPS,
BAKING SHELLS,
BROILERS,
BABY FOOD CUPS,
BAKE DISHES,
BAKE PANS,
BASINS,
BASTING SPOONS, ;
BATHS (INFANTS),
BOWLS,
BREAD RAISERS.
BUCKETS,
BIRDCAGES,
BIRD'S BATH,
BOUILLON CUPS,
BUSH HOOKS,
BROOMS,
BRUSHES,
BURNERS, 1
BRACKETS,
'BRACES,
BITS,
And many other articles in B.
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LIMITED.
SOLE AGENTS
Jewel Stoves,
Gnrney GleanaWe Refrigerators
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WATEBHOUSE'S.
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I Repeated Trials we
i have at last found the article
I we wanted. It came by. the
Albert and is now offered for
sale to the public of Hawaii
at the same prices as sold in
I the United States. Come and
see for yourself and be con-
vinced that the above state-
2? Housekeepers will appreciate
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and tried our new
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and found it will not chip and
then rust through, after it has
been in use a few days. These
goods when they once get into
your house are there to stay.
Aluminum Ware
Is something that has been sold
in Honolulu some time but the
prices we are offering these
goods at is a new departure
altogether.
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Another thing we have pleas
ure in bringing before the pub
lic, especially those who have
youngsters in the family, and
have more or less washing to
have done at home, is a Wash
Tub with an attachment on the
side, for fastening a wringing
machine to, thereby obviating
the necessity of screwing your
wrists all out of kilter, by
wringing out clothes by hand
power. These wringer3 we have
in three sizes.
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Waverley Block,
Bethel Street,
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A M M M""M M M A
A LAHAINA LUAU
Farewell Feast Given in Honor
of Capt. and Mrs AhlteB.
MAUI SILK EXPERIMENTS
Cocoons to be Shipped to San Diego
Report That SpreckelsvIIIe
Is to Be Moved Kahulul.
(Special Correspondence.).
MAUI, April 1. The Lahaina people
are entertaining in most elaborate
style today as a farewell honor to
Capt. and Mrs. 'Ahlborn, who are to
make a visit to Germany.
All Maui residents are invited to at
tend the luau in the afternoon and the
dance in the evening, which festive
events take place in the beautiful
grounds of Judge Kahaulelio. The Ha
waiian feast begins at noon and con
tinues until 6 p. m, Mr. and Mrs.
Ahlborn are most popular in Lahaina
society. Mr. Kruse, of Kekaha, Kauai,
will act as manager of Pioneer plan
tation during Capt. Ahlborn's absence.
On Monday, March 27, 1899, the six
Chinese arrested last week for running
a che fa bank were fined $140 by the
Wailuku court. This Includes fines
and costs for the six.
Mrs. George E. Beckwith- and her
two daughters, Misses Mary and
Martha Beckwith, depart today for the
States, intending to live permanently
in Brooklyn, New York. Miss Mary
Beckwith will continue her art studies '
in Pratt's Institute. The Beckwiths,
who have lived for many years at
Haiku, will be much missed by Maka
wao friends.
Manager and Mrs. D. C. Lindsay, of
Paia, have recently moved into the
Colville mansion.
On the Sunnyside grounds, Paia, a
spirited polo contest took place last
Saturday afternoon, March 25th. It
was Messrs. Herbert Dickey, John
Fleming and W. O. 'Aiken versu?
Messrs. Frank Baldwin, D. C. Lindsiy,
Frank Alexander and Sam Baldwin.
The former team won. The club has
recently imported new sticks and
balls from Australia.
Charles Copp, Jr., recently of Spreck
elsville, is now head sugar-boiler at
Kahuku plantation, Oahu.
Next Tuesday, the 4th, Deputy Sher
iff Scott, of Wailuku, will ship 1000
cocoons to ani expert in San Diego, Cal.
Mr. Sott wishes an opinion as to the
value of raw silk produced in Wailuku.
These cocoons were completed in . 32
days from the time of hatching and the.
silkworms began spinning in 25 days.
All over the iKula region the farmers
are busy plowing and planting corn.
During the evening of April 22nd a
masquerade party will be given in
Paia hall.
There is a rumor going around to the
effect that Spreckelsville mill jvill be
moved to Kahulul thus creating a
town to rival Hilo and Honolulu.
Teachers' examinations will be held
in the Wailuku school house during
the 3d and 4th.
Today at Haiku an auction of house
hold) furniture, etc., belonging to Mrs.
George E. Beckwith, -will be held.
Kahului, as a port of entry, , has
struck the high water mark. Today
there are eight vessels moored in the
harbor more tonnage than ever 'be
fore in her history. The arrivals and
departures of the week are as follows:
On the 27th of March, the harkentine
Charles F. Crocker, Dewars master, ar
rived, 63 days from Newcastle, with
coal for Alexander & Baldwin.
On the same day, the schooner Mary-
Dodge, Hansen master, also arrived,
23 days from San Francisco, with gen
eral merchandise for Alexander &
Baldwin, Paia and Hamakuapoko plan
tations. On the 31st of March the four-masted
schooner Metha Nelson, Rice, master,
arrived, C2 days from Newcastle, with
coal.
During the sanie day the schooner
King Cyrus, Christiansen master, ar
rived, with coal from Newcastle. She
was 76 days in all, being off port sev
eral days.
During the "same day the schooner
Albert Myer departed for San Francis
co, with Haiku, Paia, and H. C. Co.'s
sugar.
Today the schooner Metha Nelson
will depart for Lahaina, to remain
there until her turn comes for unload
ing at Kahului.
Weather Heavy trade winds all the
week.
In almost every neighborhood there
is some-one whose life has been saved
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, or who has been
cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use
of that medicine. Such persons make a
point of telling of it whenever opportu
nity offers, hoping that it may be the
means of saving other lives. For sale
by all Dealers, Benson Smith & Co.,
Ltd., Agents for H. I.
J AS. F. MORGAN
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33 Queen Street.
P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72.
TO PUKCHASE.
The undersigned will receive tend
ers to purchase the stock of groceries,
fixtures, wagon, harness, etc., of the
firm of Voeller & Co., corner of Hotel
and Fort streets. Tenders to be pre
sented up to 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday,
April 4, 1899, at my office, 33 Queen
street, where an inventory can. now be
seen. I do not bind myself to accept
the highest or any bid. Failing to re
ceive a satisfactory tender for the en
tire stock, an auction sale will be held
on the premises on Wednesday, April
5, 1S99, at 10 a. m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
33 Queen Street-
For Sale.
A Fine Residence
ON BERETANIA STREET
Is offered for sale. Grounds nicely
cultivated.
Dwelling House has Double Parlors,
Three Bedrooms, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen, Bath, Store Room.
Outside: Stables, Carriage Room,
Servants Rooms, etc.
Size of lot 75 ft x 300 ft.
Should the purchaser not care to oc
cupy the place for a residence a good
tenant will take the place for one or
two years at a fair rental.
For further particulars &pply to
Jas, F. Morgan,
-33 Queen street.
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Nuuaim Valley
At Auction.
On Wednesday, April 5th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At niy salesroom, No. 33 Queen
street, I will sell at public auctki a
fine
TRACT OF RESIDENCE PROPER
TY ON THE LOWER SIDE OF
WYLLIE STREET, NUUANU VAL
LEY. The property has a frontage of 430
feet on Wyllie street, and is 79 feet
deep.
Offering a fine chance for a large res
idence site or an opportunity to divide
in smaller lots to sell at an advance.
For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctions!-.
JAS. F. MORGAN
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33 Queen Street.
P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72.
RESIDENCE
PROPERTY
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
Progress Shoe House.
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OUR REPRESENTATIVES.
We have Shoes for those too young to walk, for
those too old to run; for those who dance with
merry feet, or through weary years still shuffle on.
Shoes as light as the heart of youth, as strong as
manly courage, as beautiful as woman's grace and
firm as truth most chaste.
Shoes for dry and wet, for cold and storm, for
week day and Sunday, and always to be depended on.
All our Shoes are like good ministers they wear
themselves out in the service of mankind.
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Interview these representatives at
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
205 Hotel Street.
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Pabst Beer
Merit Alone Has Made it World Famous.
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Solo Agonts.-
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Dealer in
FINE
Carriages
Agent for tbe following well known firms:
II. H. BABCOCK CO., WATERTOWN, N. Y.
W. S. FRAZIER & CO., AURORA, ILL.
COLUMBUS BUGGY CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO.
STUDEBAKER BROS., SOUTH BEND, IND.
BOSTON HARNESS CO., BOSTON, MASS.
And all other leading houses. "
Any goods not in stock will be
Fort Street.
Whitman," "Turton,"
Racine,
And All Other Bits!
Laprobes, Momie and Linen
Dusters, Harness, Saddles, Bridles
And a full line of
Horse Goods!
C. R. COLLINS.
ESTABLISHED 1891..
"MOff2ftx 495. KIKG ST., near HDD4SU ST.
And ot Mil
A. E. MURPHY & CO.-
A. E. MURPHY & CO.
ordered by request of purchaser.
- Above Club Stables.
Racking,
Snaffles, Bar,
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