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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL. 4, 1S99.
There
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WEDDING HELLS
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Satisfaction in finding something bet
ter than the last of the kind you had
for less money. Money talks very
loudly today it is doing all the talk
ing. When you are prepared to make
your investment we would like to
have you see a suit with this in it.
CO PYP1CHTC P ffjL-jy-fJE
Such a suit will appeal to you, es
pecially if you have heretofore worn
to-order clothes.
We are now showing the Stein
Bloch suits and over-coats, and ask
you to inspect them whether you buy
or not.
M; ricINERNY,
Modern Clothier,
Herchant and Fort Streets.
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LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining in the General Post
Office up to March 31, 1S99.
GENTLEMEN.
American Colonial Anderson, O P
Trading Co (3) Armstrong, W II
A Happy Hair United Yesterday
' at Kauieliaiiiviha.
The wedding of W. W. Bristol to
Miss Olive Lamb took place at noon
yesterday. The ceremony "Nvas per
formed in the Memorial" chapel, Rev.
C. M. Hyde officiating, assisted by Itev.
Silas P. Perry.
The bride looked very charming in
her bridal gown, which enhanced her
own natural beauty. Mr. Bristol, at
tired in conventional black, looked
proud and happy as he led his bride to
the altar. Following the bride came
the little pages Cyril Damon and Ruth. Bracken, It J E (2)Bergmana, Y
Richards. In a moment the simple Buchanan, A Brown, C H
service was over and the happy pair j Brabazon, H E
were man and wife.
The chapel had been beautifully dec
orated by the girls of the school. Long Bennett, A Y
wreaths of maile were twined grace- j Bateman. B F
fully around the altar, and banks of
flowers were placed about, together
with many potted plants.
Mr. Bristol, who is the registrar of
the Kamehameha schools, has been in
Honolulu for a few months. He is a
graduate of'Hhe University of Califor
nia, where he held many prominent po
sitions. He is a thorough business
man also, and since coming here has
made many friends. Miss Lamb, the
bride, is one of San Francisco's fair
daughters, being well known in that
city.
The newly married pair left for Ma
noa valley immediately after the cere
mony. They will spend their honey
moon there.
Arnand, L
Adams J C
Andrews, S
Ames, H B
Andrews, T L
Atwater, C L
Burns S S B
Burk, II E
Baker, E P
Bailey, J M (3
Brown; J
Bali, F F
Curtis, G (2)
Cluney, Capt.
Crowell, W O (2)
Clayton, C L
Clark, V
Clark, J
Carter, C L
Clayton, B
Clark, W
Court Hawaii No.
IIIIISIIMII
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS OF
Portland Flouring
Is
AND
Sperry Flour Coi
of the following
Have just received a large quantity
popular brands:
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR, OLYxMPIC FLOUR,
SUPERB FLOUR, CASCADIA FLOUR,
C & C FLOUR, GOLDEN LILY FLOUR,
PORTLAND FLOUR, DAYTON FLOUR,
ELDORADO FLOUR
For Sale at Lowest Prices,
American Express
Co
Andrews, C
Armstrong, J
Anderson, A W
Andrews, T L
Benton, C P
Beissu, L N
Bock, A
Bledsoe, J M
Berry, H W (3)
Bartlett. E B
Beck, M
Bemewiz, A
Bettington, J (2)
Caufman, J
Creagh, Capt. A D
Clark, Capt. F L
Clark, C H
Cook, W li
Cooper, F B
Courtney, A D (2)
The Commercial Co
Cowan, F
Clark, A V
Cook, E
37C9 I O F
Court Lunalilo No Corbin, Hon G
CGOO A O of F (2) Cooke, M
Drake, W H Dudoit, Mr
Davis, P Dorrah, D
Damon, C Dorson, J G
Dickieson, W (2) Duchalsky, J L
Chicago Dental Parlors.
Dr. W. A. McQuitty, late of Chicago,
has opened up offices in the new Model Edwards, F
block, under the name of the "Chicago 'Fuller, W H (2)
Durfee, C II (2)
Dupee, W H (3)
Davis, C E
Evanson, O
Ewing, E It
Erb, G E
Evans, E C
Enatt, Capt AV C
Daly, J J
Douglas, G H
Dental Parlors." Dr. McQuitty has had
a number of years' experience in the
dental line in the East.
After graduating from the University
of California he took up offices in San
Francisco, and continued his practice
in that city for ten years, meeting
with great success, but wishing for a
larger field in his line, he removed to
Chicago, that being his headquarters
previous to his arrival here. The doc
tor is very comfortably situated in the
Model block and any person getting
crown or bridge work, plates, gold fil
lings or extractions can rest assured of
getting first class work at reasonable?
prices.
Fall, V
Fatzke, C
Foutz, R
Fredesdorff, It (2)
Foss, H
Fletcher, R J
Green, J B
Guise, Major H J
W (2)
Gowans, J YV
Gamer, Elder YV A Greensides, II
Evans, J E
Edwardsan, E
Egan, F F
Enwright, J B
Emmerich, F E
Fisher, D
Fisher, H S
Fay, J P
Faul, R
Farnsworth, II S
Ferguson, B (2)
Fisher, II
Grau, C C
Gerard, T L (2)
Goodman, Col T H
Gosliner, T
The Gazette (semi-weekly) will be
tFsaed thij morring in time for the
outgoing islasd and foreign malls.
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$950 Cash.
$900 Balance,
May, remain for two years longer.
WILL E. FISHER,
I Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
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Griffiths & Co
Hyde, Dr
Horner, H L
Hogue, YV
Harris, J
Hall, W
Hanson, Rev O
Haywood, J P
Hauxhurst, R
Hansen, R
Ingleroch, Sergt C
Gremsath, A O
Hill, D
Hubbord, Mr L
Houston, E D (2)
Hoffman, M L
Haage, YV
Halstead, H L
Hall, C B
Hewitt, A B
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HONOLULU, M. I.
Office: 15 Kaahumanu Street.
RSON,
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P. O.Box 365.
Stocks and Bonds.
Notary Public.
Real Estate,
Financial Agent.
Gustom House.
Loans Placed and Negotiated.
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James, N V
Johnson, F (2)
Jones, C .
Johnston, F B
Johnson, E
Jeffson, W
Kratz, T
Kane, A
King, DJF
Lor ell, G
Low, J G
Long, R H
Lobenstein, A B
Lorck, C
Long, C
Lucas, H
Lazarus, J
Myers. Rev J S
Mulholland, J
Mossman, D
Mossman, H
Mai tis, R 1
Meyer, G
Miller, O
Mihran, M B
Murphy, A
Morris, B (2)
Morris, F F
Makee, J
Nckes, H St J (7)
Nelson. A
Nicol, H
Nilson, E
Olson, J
Olmsted. Dr E D
Ogdan, W J
Poole, O A
Parker, R II
Palmer, T
Peikard, "V II
Pierce, II
Perry, H
Peter, S
Peterson, F
Perry, F
Pawtowski, J
Pahul, G
Parker, A L
Robertson, G B
Rockford, T
Rhodes. H
Robb, W
Rice, S F
Richards, F
Sullivan, M L
Stoll, C W (3)
Strcwback, II
Sant, R
Stevens, G D
Stevens, O
St Clair, J
Streckewald, C
Stanford, D F
Seymour, W C (2)
Stillman, O
Spencer, O B
Sedgwick, T F
Smith, B II
Turner, G A
Turner, G
Taylor, J
Tillotson, W D
Tobin, C
Thompson, G
Thompson, J G
Vicboli, Mr
Wright, "W
Woodward, A F
Wilkinson, Mr
Warren, T (4)
Wallace, C (4)
Williams, W W
Wittman, G
Willys on, J
Wells, W
Woodward, R W
Wood, M W
Wilburton, F (1)
Watson, D
Walters, II
Yates, J
Waddoups, T A
Young, B C
LADIES LIST.
Mdrich. Mrs F It Alexman, Mrs C C
Mexander, Miss A
Barnes. Miss L C
Brabazon, Mrs R
(3)
Bryiant, Mrs
Butterfield, Mrs N
Carter, Mis C E
Cavanagh, Mrs A
Chapin, Mrs E P
Cranes, Miss M
Conner, E A
Cooke, Mrs C F
Dickey, Mrs C A
Dineer, Miss
Edwards, Miss M
Farrant, Mrs W
Garst, Mrs C E
George, Miss L C
Hall, Mrs M D
Hart, Mrs H
Hanan, Mrs C
Berielman, Mrs F
C (3)
Brewster. Mrs C M
Bourke. Miss L (2)
Brims. Mrs M
Chase, Mrs C
Chaum, Mrs J
Clark, Mrs N
Cooper, Mrs H K
Cummings, Mrs
W II
Duncan, Miss
Ewing, Mrs C P
Grube, Mrs M
Gouedard, Mme A
Hatch, Miss II
Herman, Miss M
Hopking, Mrs A
Harrison, Mrs J W Howard, Mrs M II
Jackson, A
Jones, E M
Jordan, W
Jimeng, P
Johanson, C A (2)
Ivruger, E
Kemberly, C
Lawton, W W
Lester, C H (2)
Larkin, Rev Father
Lund, J T (2)
Lazell, E W
Lake, G
Ludloff, W II
Mansbridge. R
Merrill, C F
Miller, J
McKee, II
McCutcheon, J T
McCall, II M (2)
(McDonnell, Capt
McCluskey, Mr
McPherson, F S
McLean, J H
Mackintosh, H E
Nelson, Chas
Needles, A
Neilson, V B
Orben, D
Olsen, O T
Ohara, Rev
Parker, Capt E
II (2)
Patiz, C H (2)
Potter, W J
Pierce, Rev F M
Pitger, A
Pedersen, W (2)
Pury, J
Peterson, W F
Pacific Immigra
tion Co
Richardson, C H
Rau. L A
Richardson, J G
Rivers, R S
Rayner, F
Raac, L
Schussler, II
Shaw, B H
Schmidt, H
Sinclair, H
Smith, H A
Smith, F S
Sodman, G (2)
. Seaman's Club
Schlemmer, Capt M
Schunyf, V (2)
Smith, J W
Smith, J F
Smith, J M (2)
Tator, C S
Tellis, F '
Thompson, Col J
'K (2)
Thompson. Dr H F
Thoming. T W
Toomey, D (2)
"Van Doon & Co
WTilliams, C
Wilson, Capt P E
Widde-man, C R
White, R C
West, G E
Wessel, G
Webster, R V
Welles, E
Walters. W R
Wade, F
Wessel s, A
Wuitz, II T
Harrison, Mrs L
Harrison, Mrs J
Hart, Mrs HJJ
Jackson, Mis$ M
Johnston, Mrs M
Johnson., Mrs N C
Kennedy, Miss J
King, Mrs II C
Laran, Mrs M
Laymond, Miss
McDougall, Mrs W McGowan, Mrs J
Howard, Mrs S M
Hutchinson, Miss C
Jones, Mrs E
Jones. Mrs C P
Kruse, D A
Lucas, Miss S E
Lucas, Miss A R K
H (2)
Moore, Mrs B F
Moore, Mrs J
Morris, J W
Marse, Mrs S S
Meyers, Mrs F K
Meyer, Mrs W F
Mitchill, M
Narem, Mrs
Olive, Miss H
Parker, Mrs G
Parker, Mrs E
Qulcs!, Mrs
Raynolds, Mrs J A Robertson, Mrs J
Perkins, Miss L B
Postley, Mrs
Read, Mrs S
Renand, Mrs
Rice, Miss E
Richards, Mrs F A
Strauss, E
St Clair, Mrs
Setpmell, Mrs
Seguirant, Miss I
Seymour, Mrs
Spencer, Mrs F R
Tartleton, Mrs C
B (2)
Taylor, Miss B B
Trask, Mrs A
Treat, Miss M C
Underhill, Mrs F
Vinn, Mrs K L
Walker, Mrs II F
Waller, Miss H
Wichman, Mrs F S
Wicks, Mrs II
Wilder, Mrs A
Robinson, Mrs M
Robinson, Miss E H
Rowland, Miss E
Schmeidt, Mrs C A
Simpson, Mrs J D
Shirley, Mrs LW
Smith, Mrs P L
Smith, Mrs J
Smith; Mrs II C
Treblig, Mrs I
Thomas, Miss M
Thomas, Mrs M Ii
Thompson, Mrs J K
Turner, Mrs F C
White, Miss L
, Williams, Mrs S E
(6)
Wood, Mrs W B
Whynn, Miss M
EUROPEAN LETTERS.
NottradL'F (2)
Wienbicki, F (2)
Lizak, J
Zork, J
Gut, M
Toselow, II W
Kochmani, J
BaryekL J
Katnik, J (2)
Hrapel, T (3)
Wos, Jos
Z'kraggen, J
Mulavski, J
Szachter, W
Platinotype
Photographs.
OK
Mr. L. HART, F. R. M. S., lecturer oT
the Ballarat School of Mines, and at
he Working Men's College, Melbourne,
writes as follows:
"The Platinum process is decidedly,
he most perfect process of photo
graphic printing, as the metal is not
affected by any sulphurous fumes or
compounds such as are found In the at
mosphere, whereas other processes aro
easily attacked by them.
The impression is indeed unalter
able and were it possible to hold a
platinotype print in the hand for sev
eral hundreds of years the paper would
crumble and rot away, but the photo
graphic platinlc image would remaia
intact.
"L. HART.
If you wish your pictures printed In
platinum, see that you do not get Imi
tations.
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PHOTOGRAPHIC Co.
LIMITED. J
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets,
y
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1 1 CO.
Shipping and Commission
Merchants
SUGAR FACTORS. STOCK AND
BOND BROKERS AND DEAL-
. ERS IN INVESTMENT
SECURITIES.
Members of the Honolulu Stock
Exchange.
Particular attention given to the pur
chase and sale of
SUGAR AND COMMERCIAL STOCKS
AGENTS FOR THE BRITISH-AMERICAN
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
AGENTS FOR THE UNION ASSUR
ANCE COMPANY OF LONDON.
ISLAND AGENTS FOR OFFICE,
BANK AND SCHOOL FURNITURE.
OFFICES, QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Telephone 313.
REGISTRY BUSINESS.
Malinowski, J
Muller, E
Damoser, II
Berry, II W
Harms, G P B
Zemelka, M
Weisbart, Capt N
Green, J
Von Bornewiszu I
Cervicky, Capt
Clark, Geo
Foss, Mrs H
PARCELS POST.
Johnson, Mrs G J Hoffman, A P
Duquette, Mrs Markham, W
Parties enquiring for letters in the
above list will please ask for "Adver
Used Letters."
- JOS. M. OAT,
Postmaster-General.
General Post Office, Honolulu, IL I.,
March 31, 1899.
Garden Entertainment
Tonigbt 3$d following nights
Union Street, next to Old Fire Station.
THE
Gil lib
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000
ANIMATED PICTURES
OF
The Battleship Maine in Havana Har
bor before the Disaster.
Spanish Bull Fights.
American Fast Trains and Fire Scenes.
Thousands of People Moving on the
Screen.
Positively the most refined and Intel
lectual entertainment ever offered to
the public
Doors open, 7:30. Commence at 8.
Admission, 25 cents. Children lialf
price.
SUPPOSE!
;iVELANi
EM
Suppose the CLEVELAND
peoie made a poorer Bicycle
m ''y: than in "02 and bo on
.jiitil in 'yj than in 'fts. do vnti
thick the CLEVELAND
wonld be considered the most
reliable and honest wheel on
the market today? No Sir ! .
When price!? are Cut la
Two, the qnalitv must be cut
in the fame r;;tio. Iiemeraber
.thf? when yon buy a wheel.
Don't make a mistake.
The Cleveland
Should be Your
Choice. . . . . .
Ill
BISIE CO.
209
HOTEL STREET.
Telephone 909.
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
cents each.
flOR SPRING STOCK
HIS
mm
And -what an innovation to anything:
that has ever been shown in HONO
LULU. In selecting the stock we have
spared no pains or money in the selec
tion of the most desirable that could
be found in the markets. That our
stock contains just what the people
want is evidenced by the number o
pleased customers that have already
left the store. The stock comprises
everj'thing in MEN'S and BOYS'
CLOTHING, FURNISinNG GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, etc., etc
Everything in our store is new and
marked at prices that will sell them.
Come in and look at goods that are
within the reach of all. .
REMEMBER strictly Kash at Kash.
prices. One price to tall.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
A
til
10l
9 Hotel Street
: "WaverLey Block.
WE MAKE SHIRTS TO ORDER.
Telephone No. 676 No. 9-11, Hotel St.
HOME
BAKERY
and CAFE.
The Only First Class American
Restaurant in the City.
oo
CAFE open from '
:- 6 A. M. TILL MIDNIGHT,
BUSINESS LUNCH, from 11 a. m.
till 2 p. in 25 Cents.
DINNER, from 5 to 7 p. m.
.............. 50 Cents.
Ica Cream Parlors
IX CONNECTION. .
Bread, Cakes, Etc., delivered to
any part of the city free.
OMO
527-529 Fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.
lie Pniii inc.
m. EyiiSAWA,
Nuaaiiu street, near Beretanla, 0590
site Commercial saloom.
Read the Hawaiian Gazette
(8emi-Wee7cly).

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