THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, Al'P.IL 3, 1S99.
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Repairs and sundries at the Tribune
O. Abbott, educator, of Lahaina, is
J. T. Stacker, of Ililo, and family are
;ia the cit-.
W. A. McKay, of Wailuku, is a visit
or to the capital.
Coffee Planter J. E. Grossman, of
Olaa, is visiting the city.
H. A. Alien has returned from a bus
iness trip through Kauai.
The Peerless Preserving Paint is
strictly a preserving paint.
E. T. Dreier, of Eleele, is oa a short
business visit to the Metropolis.
A bunch of keys was lost on Satur
day. Please return to Gazette office.
Mrs. H. A. Baldwin, of Haiku, was a
passenger by the Claudine yesterday.
Miss May Damon and Miss L,ottie
Baldwin returned from Maui yesterday.
Genial J. F. Scott, of the Waimea,
Kauai, school, is a visitor to the city.
E. A. Fraser, of Mahukona, was a
passenger on the Kinau last Saturday.
J. P. Burkett, principal of the Koloa
school, arrived from Kauai last Satur
day. Planter R. Rycroft, of the big Puna
coffee plantation, arrived on the Kinau
Frank Vida, -whiskers and all, is in
town again. Hie has fully recovered
R. C. A. Peterson, broker and finan
cial agent, is located at No. 15 Kaahu
Manager -Geo. H. Robertson, of C
Brewer & Co., returned from Hawaii
Tonight is the annual meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. All members are cordially
invited to attend.
The band concert at Makee Island
yesterday afternoon was listened to by
a large audience.
A stated meeting of Hawaiian Lodge
No. 21 will be held this evening at
7:30 o'clock p. m.
The Garonne, which leit Seattle on
the 25th of March, will arrive in Hono
lulu in a few days.
The record of Ewa for the week end
ing last Saturday- was 775 tons. This
is the biggest run yet.
James' 'bioscope and phonograph
show on Union street, had a good sized
crowd Saturday evening.
wm. T. PatV 720 Fort street, is
prepared to do all kinds of carpenter
work at reasonable prices.
Hegular -monthly meeting of Pioneer
Building & Loan Association at the
usual time and place tonight.
The Quaker Medicine Company is
holding forth nightly at the corner of
Heretania and Alakea streyets. '
j Dr. Walter Maxwell has been ap
I pointed Commissioner of Public In
jptmction in place of Mrs. E. L. Dilling
There was a good attendance at the
Y. M. C. A. meeting yesterday after
noon. Rev. Silas P. Perry delivered
anlEaster. address. .
Sirs. G. E. Beckwith, of Makawao, is
Visiting friends in the city. She is ac-
companied by Miss M. G. Beckwith and
Miss M. W. Beckwith.
f Lady .Herron, who has been visiting
her son at Makaweh during the past
fortnight, returned to the city yester
day by the W. G. Hall.
It is said that Bert Peterson, the
broker, has bought Harry Klemme's
lease of Ilaniwai for $5000, and has
leased it to J. J. Gensoul.
A dividend will be due and payable
to the stockholders of the Honokaa
Sugar Co. at the office of F. A. Schaef
er & Co., today, April 3rd.
Tenders to purchase the stock in
trade of the firm of, Voeller & Co.,
grocers, will be received up to 12 noon
tomorrow by Jas. F. Morgan.
L. A. Thurston and A. W. Carter,
who have been on a tour of investiga
tion of the Olaa plantations, arrived
via Kihei, by the Claudine yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. G. Bryant desire
to express their thanks to the many
kind friends who have assisted them in
the sad affliction of the loss of their
Japanese Interpreter C. Anthony
Doyle is in the city after an extended
visit to Hawaii. He will proceed with
a thorough investigation of the recent
The matter of letting the contract for
the Beretania street school was not
acted upon Saturday owing to the ab
sence of Attorney General Cooper. It
will come up today.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Lowrey and Mr.
-and Mrs. H. F. Wichman comprise a
party on a tour through Japan. They
sailed on the China last Saturday and
will be gone some months.
The Mercantile Printing Co. has been
incorporated by J.-.W. Bergstrom, G. F.
Bulen, T. S. Southwick, T. H. Marsh
and G. S. Evans. The latter is the
originator of the company.
The funeral of the young child of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. G. Bryant, of Kilau
ea, Kauai, took place yesterday at the
residence of Mrs. Ward, of iis city.
The services were by Father Valentine.
All ladies are requested to be present
at a sewing bee, to be held this morn
ing at 9 o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
Judd, for the benefit of Mrs Garland,
wife of the captain of the Morning
The marriage of W. W. Bristol and
Miss Olive Lamb takes place at
Bishop's Chapel at Kamehameha today.
The former is registrar of the Kame
hameha schools, while the young lady
is from San Francisco.
A handsomely illuminated and
framed Easter card, with a triplet of a
familiar carol in mediaeval text, may
be seen in one of the Pacific Hardware
Company's windows. It is the handi
work of Viggo Jacobsen and a gift to
one of his friends.
Judge Antonio Perry and Attorney
G. A. Davis were fellow passengers on
the W. G. Hall returning from the
Kauai circuit yesterday. Davis was
nimble as ever, notwithstanding his
accident through being', thrown from
his horse while away.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, H. I., April , 1S99.
NAME OF STOCK.
Capital - Par i
Paid, va! !
U. Brewer & Co
l.ooo.ooo; 100! 36;
1 i i
Hawaiian Sugar Co....
- pu. upj
Paauhaa itug. Plan. Co
Vaialaa JLgr Co. ass.
' " " " pd. npj
Wilder S. 6. Co
Inter Island 8. S. Co...
. .. i
Haw'n Elect. Co j
Hon. Kpd Tran.&L.Coi
Mutual Telephone Co.. I
Makaha Cof.Co. L. ass.!
., " Paid up.... i
O. R. A Li. Co........!
Haw'n Gov't per ct..!..
Haw'n Gov't 6 per ct..!..
Haw'n G. Post Savings'..
4 per ct ..
O. K. s 1. Co !..
Session Sales Ten Honokaa, $295;
C Kahuku, $195; 10 Kahuku, $200.
Outside Sales Reported Fifty Ha
waiian Sugar, $225; 29 Hawaiian Sug
ar, $230; $10,000 O. R. & L. Bonds, $102;
200 O. R. &. L., $135; 20 Waialua, as
sessaMe, $140; 5 Kahuku, $200; . 5 Ka
huku, $195; "5 waianae, $210; 20 Ha
waiian Sugar, $230; 104 Wailuku, $400;
JO Honokaa, $295; 35 Paauhau, $40.75
Dividends Due Today Hawaiian 'Ag
ricultural, 2Y2 per cent, April 1st. .
Honokaa, 2y2 per cent, April let
Assessment on Kona, delinquent
March 31. ,
Quotation Changes Twenty.
The famous old Jesse Moore AA
Whiskey is recommended by physi
cians for family and medicinal use, be
cause it is pure.
Honolulu Messenger Service deliver
messages and packages. Tel. 378.
DRV GOODS es.LK.
GRAND : OPENING
Spring and Easter
The 21st 22nd and 23rd.
All the Latest Novelties in
HEADGEAR, Imported direct
form Paris, London and New
ONLY UP-TO-DATE GOODS.
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
A few shares of Kona Sugar Com
pany's assessable stock.
Cor. King S Bettel Sts.
1 8. SOS Dill COOHS CO
m BEAD THE PKOCESSiON
With a Line of Seasonable? Bargain in G KNITS' CANVAS
SHOES, in Tvhite and colors. A full line which cannot
be duplicated elsewhere for the price, and we invite you to
c&ll and inspect the ncrvelties of the season.
OUR NEW STOCK has been carefully selected to meet your
grants. Each and every article is marked at the lowest possible
price. Come in and -we shall convince you that we are in the lead.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., L'd.
Sign o-F -tho Big Shoe.
IS I'f lill IHE RAGE.
Do you want to learn how "to make
SILHOUETTE PHOTOS? If you do
step in our store and we will take
pleasure in teaching you the art.
We have a complete line of KO
DAKS, and PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS.
Our printing and developing depart
ment is turning out good work. Our
customers are pleased. "We take pains
with every job none slighted. We sell
the Kodaks; the film, 'and take pride in
the work of amateurs. We are glad to
shew anyone the kind of work we do.
We have no photos for sale. Photo
printing done by us In cloudy weather.
Work always ready when promised.
A fTl ft ft till
COR. KING & FORT STS.
Sold For Casb.
Sold On Installment.
PEARSON &' 1I0BR0N
312 FORT ST. TEL. 563.
NEW LINE OF
Yamatoya's Shirts and Pajamas
"Of Silk, Linen, Cotton, Crape and Wool.
STYLISH WHITE AND COID GOLF SHIRTS.
FANCY SILK GOODS, ETC.,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
i FORT STREET.
March 12th to April 13th. v e will of
fer the entire stock at a reduction of
40 per cent. '
This sale is for the purpose of mak
ing room for new goods being ordered
by our new Company.
Our prices are made extremely low,
and this sale is to be on cash terms.
An exceedingly favorable opportun
ity is offered for larsre or small cash
buyers to get goods at even lower than
, o o o
Don't fail to visit our store; you will
be surprised at the low prices and good
Many improvements not found on
any other machine.
We ask you to simply examine
the PEERLESS before placing
Theo. H. Davies & Go
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
, to their complete line of
: Mil : S
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty
Our new goods are opened and ready for your
Black and white checks and colored stripes and checks in
pilue .'....50c yd
(Very stylish for waists.)
Fancy white piques, newest styles for skirts ..30c yd
Bayadere stripes in chambrys ...... 30o j-d
(Very durable and stylish.)
New organdies in large and small designs ;25c and 30c yd
Fine dimities in figures and stripes 20c yd
Dainty lawns iu dainty figures, all colors , " Tooyd
'99 novelty, silk plaid, chambry !!30o yd
Plaid organdies new and dainty , . '.20o yd
New shirt waists in pique, muslin, silk and satin.
New skirts, nobby designs in white and colors.
Latest styles in BLACK, WOOL AND SILK GOODS.
A few crinkled seersuckers left at 10c yd
New lot of Victoria lawns 65c to $5.00 piece
LADIES If you have not selected your
it will serve your interest to call and
see my display.
Styles in Trimmed or
Have just added to my Millinery
HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING PARLORS
under the supervision of Miss Kern, late of Chicago.
Risdoo Iron Works
SAX FE AX CISCO - -
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS
PnmpiDg Machinery, Heine Boilers, b
Plain Tnbnlar Boilers, Corliss Engines,
.... Cane Cars, Yacnnin Pans
And All Machinery for the complete equipment of
Office: Room 9, Spreckels Block,
noxoiuxu, ii. i.
KING ST.f Next
Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock.
Japanese Bamboo Baskets,
Matting, Japanese Lanterns.
fiflf : f I:
MS 1M eery
SEEN IN HONOLULU.
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to Castle & Cooke.
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