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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL. 8, 1899.
IS i) V Y 1.5 'i (j J : 0 0 1 i . - - Is i) V j.. : 0 . if SI- I If 1 . . I "mm f f; 9 i? n I: . X xr 1 i v' f ASJi 1 t 1 . 1 1 j There is Some m m m m 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. 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. SUNDAY SERVICES. Central Union Church, corner liere tania and Richard3 streets. Rev. W. M. Kincaid, pastor. 9:55 a. m Sunday school; 11:00 a. m.. public worship and sermon; 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E. pray er meeting; 7:30 p. m., public wor ship and sermon. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting. Palama Chapel 9:30 a. m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. m. Gospel service. A welcome for all at every service. St. Andrew's Cathedral. First Sun day after Easter, April 9. 7:00 a. ra.. Holy Communion; 11:00 a. m., morning prayer. Preacher, Rev. Canon Bean lands. 3:30 p. m., Pule Ahiahi; 7:30 p. m., evening prayer. Preacher, The Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Honolulu. GOOD SHIP SAILS Morning Star Has Started on Her Long Journey. Many Friends Waved Good-by Wti Touch at Many Islands On a Good Mission. M. flcINERNY, Modern Clothier, rierchant and Fort Streets. il H. Hackfeld Sz Co., Ltd. SOLE AGENTS OF Portland Flouring Mills AND Sperry Flour Co! Have just received" a large quantity of the following popular brands: GOLDEN GATE FLOUR, OLYMPIC FLOUR, SUPERB FLOUR, CASCADlA FLOUR, C & C FLOUR, GOLDEN LILY FLOUR, PORTLAND FLOUR, DAYTON FLOUR, ELDORADO FLOUR. For Sale at Lowest Prices, There was a large crowd of well wishers gathered at sailing of the mis- Methodist Episcopal Church, corner sionary steamer Morninsr Star for the Beretania and Miller streets. G L.!Souch Sea3 4 . , k ye6terd af Pearson, pastor. The public is cordial- J ' ly invited to attend the following ser-ternocn Prominent among t-hose pres vices Sunday: 10 a. m., Sunday school; jent wre the A. F. Judds, the Hiram 11 a. m., public worship and sermon, Binghams, the O. H. Gulicks, Captain by the Rev. M. C. Harris, D. D.f; 6:30 and Mrs. J. Bray, Mrs. Geo. Carter, p. m Epworth League. Subject "Holy prof and Alexander and Garments." No public service in the TT evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday many Hawauans wuo came to bid good at 7:30 p. m. '0Je to their countrymen. Services were held on board for the St. Clement's Services (Punahou) departing missionaries conducted by mlnHnin1? mUni1in'n-7;05a.- ReV- - p- Emerson of the Hawaiian m.; matins and sermon, ll:0o a. m.; , , . . evensong and sermon, 7:05 p. m. Board of Missions. There was a Scrip- ture reading, some hymns and then Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Rev. O. H. Gulick spoke words of en- Services next Sunday in Mililani hall, couragement to those on board bound lrnnnSeX v5'' for so ood a It was feelingly day school, 10 a. m.; Hawaiian services, , ,r f 11 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. English service responded to by Mr. De la Porte, a lay 7:30 p. m. Preaching by Elder U. W. missionary, who with his wife and Greene. Subject: "Why Yo Should child are on board going to the station Join the Church of Christ." All are on Pleasant island. The venerable Dr. invited. - j Hiram Bingham addressed a few re- Seventh-Day Adventift Chapel. Lo- marks and ored prayer and the lo cated at the end of Hotel street, one ediction was given by Rev. Mr. Kaaia, block from Punchbowl street. Ser- who has been for many years among vices: Sabbath, sabbath-school 10 a. e Gilbert Islands m preaching 11 a. m.; Sunday Sunday And gQ th faltl'tul mtle barkentine school 4 p. m., preaching 7:30 p. m. 1 . Tuesday, prayer and missionary meet- moved out in the stream with smoke ing 7:30 p. m. Thursday, gospel ser- pouring out of her curious mast head vices and bible study 7 p. m. All are smokestack. Finally her bow was welcome, is. l,. iiowe, pastor. (pointed for the channel and an hour Services in Germaiwill be conducted 'later the Morning Star was out of sight at the Y. M. C. A. hall tomorrow at 11 way off to the southward. a. m. by Herr Pastor Hans Isenberg. of i Cantain Garland is in command and with him are his wife and two children as passengers for the voyage. Captain Isaiah Bray who has had command of the Morning Star for some time past g-JJJJ-JY APRIL 9 j "ill 1 Ci-LlCtlU. 1H iUia KIL . lllliOl-fl-l ' 'with three children go to Ruk to join iher 'husband. Miss Wilson, a teacher, lis returning to the Carolines. Mr. and Partial List of Real Estate FOR SALE BY Will E. Fisher, REAL ESTATE AGEMT AND AUCTIONEER East corner Fort and Merchant streets. IMPROVED $3000 $1000 cash, balance on time. In Kalihi, oa Beckley street; 50 feet wide; street work all complete. Only about 300 feet from King street. That elegant corner new v cottage (just completed) con taining seven large rooms, with all modern improvements, In cluding porcelain bath tub, brick chimney, substantial foundation, wired throughout with electric wires, nicely papered. Size of lot S0xl40. This place should be seen to be appreciated. In every re spect it is an ideal home. $7750 Beretania St. property. House of nine rooms. Size of lot lOOx 290. $3500 Makiki residence; size of lot 75 xl20. UNIMPROVED. , $1S50 Each. Two elegant building lots, size of each 76.6x130., on Pil koi St., just north of Lunalilo St., with abundance of valuable fruit trees. Excellent residence locality. $1500 Waikiki road, near Jno. Ena 4 road. Lot 100x110; cheap. $ 675 Queen St. lot, 50x100. $1500 College St. lot. Fine building lot. Fenced and with lawn and shrubbery. Size 75x125. $1600 A few lots left on Beretania and on King streets., 75x135. $250 cash, balance on time. $7500 Elegant marine view lot, situate on Thurston avenue, adjoining the residence of Wray Taylor, Esq., with unobstructed marine view and surrounding country Lot terraced, bultheaded and In excellent condition, ready for building. Size 100x200. Must be seen to be appreciated. Additional list upon application. Lihue. II II BAKERY CAFE SOUP. Chicken Consomme. FISH. Boiled Salmon, Egg Sauce, Cucumbers. ENTREES. Pigeon Pie. Lamb Chops Green Peas. . Chicken Fritters Bearnaise Sauce. VEGETABLES. i Mrs. De la Porte and a two-weeks' old infant are making their first voyage. Mr. De la Porte was connected with the local Peniel mission for some time and is studying for tne ministry. He will be connected with the Kusaie mission under Dr. Rise, M. D. Lanien, a Marshall islander, who has been en- Boiled Potatoes, Boiled Rice, Mashed gaged in translating the bible into his Jul H ackfel Ltd. Potatoes String Beans, Egg Plant, Sliced Tomatoes. ROAST. Fillet of Veal. Boiled Turkey Oyster Sauce. PASTRY. Pumpkin Cream and Lemon Pie. Assorted Cakes. DESSERT. Nuts, Raisins, Bananas, Oranges. Chocolate Ice Cream. Wine Jelly. Tea, Coffee, Ice Tea, Lemonade. T FOR native tongue is returning home with jhis wife. John Higgins of the Gilbert islands and his two children who came (to Honolulu on ihe last trip of the j Morning Star is a passenger. All told .there are sixteen passengers on board, including those who came on her from San Francisco. The Morning Star will, as customary in her voyages, sail most of the voy- ,age. The first port reached will be Butaritari in the Gilbert islands, thence Dinner, from 5 to 7 p. m., 50 cents. L Kusaie where she gi a cruise .through Micronesia. The Marshall isl ands and Pleasant island will be next 9 I WAIK.fcKJ $950 Cash. $900 Balance, May remain for two years longer. WILL E. FISHER, Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts. I vv ... AREA J I AO FX $8 76 F T FRONTS K O i Ld O X -J o o X o 0) visited in the order lamed. Ruk w-ill ibe touched in passing on 'her return .to Kusaie. The cruise will occupy about eiphty days in all. From the : Marshall islands the .Morning Star will go to the Gilbert islands and from Ku saie during the summer season of that latitude will carry the pupils from the Central School at Kusaie to their pa rents on the different islands. After sixty 'lays spent in visiting various missions the children will be returned to their school. Ponape will be the extreme western limit of the Morning j Star's cruise. Before returning to Ho nolulu she will again visit Ruk, thence ,to the Mortlock islands the end of her voyage. Ten months will have elapsed and by February 1st, 1900, it is thought that the Morning Star will be back in this harbor again. -&-ArR-tE , WAlKlK-i KOAU LTQ7N G- BRANCH There Will be Many New Features this Evening. To-nig4it at the Orpheum there will Via o rmnlcto pKort rm nP nrnnrpini TVt n 00000.-00 . : r , playhouse have not begun to exhaust WITH THi: PLAYERS. Will E. Fisher, SEAL ESTATE AGEST AKD AUCTIONEER Fort and Merchant streets. 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 For particulars apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE 310 Fort Street. FREE! FREE! FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. By ordering a PHOTO BUTTON for 75 cents or $1 we present to you a Ticket, when entitles you to a free sitting at "Williams' Photographic Gal lery (either single or group. Tickets can be had from B.LICHT1G, Manufacturer. OFFICE: GOG Fort Street. Above Dewey Restaurant. This is positively the only way to preserve Photos. They will last a life time. Platinotype Photographs. -oo Mr. L. HART. F. R. M. S., lecturer ct the Ballarat School of Mines, mud at the Working Men's College, Melbourne. writes as follows: "The Platinum process is decldtglg the most perfect process of photo graphic printing, as the metal is cot affected bV anv sulnhtimna fnmM m compounds such as are found in the at mosphere, whereas other processes ara easily attacked by them. "The impression Is indeed unalter able and were it possible to hold a DlatinotVDe nrint in the hand m sev eral hundreds of years the paper woold crumble and rot away, but the photo graphic platinic image would remain Intact. 44L. HART.- If you wish your pictures printed la platinum, see that you do not get Imitations. OfO- PHOTOGRAPHIC Co. LIMITED. Corner Fort dad Hotel Streets. II iiiin E S GO. Shipping and Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTORS, STOCK AND liOND BROKERS AND DEAL ERS IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES. Members of the Honolulu Stock Extbanse. Particular attention given to the par 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 OFFICER BANK AND SCHOOL FURNITURE. OFFICES, QUEEN ST., HONOLULU. Telephone 313.' New Stock We have some of the "KENESAW MARBLE CO'S.". stock that we will place on the market at once. There is no question, about its value and it ought to go fast. Please call early and get "choice blocks." We don't limit you to any certain amount. Our "IRON FENCING" Js selling at a good advance and promises to open firm this morning. If you can handle any, of these call at our office. " 1 SUPPOSE! i!.VELAH& 7: Suppose the CLEVELAND peopi trade a poorer Bicycle in ""M tha'i in '92 and bo on jnti! in VJthan in 'M. do vnu think the CLEVLAND wonUl be cor.eidered the most reliable and honest wheel on the market today ? No Sir I w nt-n prices are Cut In Two. the quality must oe cat the fame r tio. Kemember when yon bnr a wheel Don't make a mistake. Thelevelgnd Should be Your . Choice. . . . . I 0 ( (3 B O R. A. PET their repertoire, and each of them will present new acts this evening. Jim Pest will put on a new comic sketch entitled "Decapitation," in horribly Office: 15 Kaahumanu Street. r . C.Box 365. Stocks and Bonds. . Notary Public. Real Estate, Financial Agent, Gustom House. Loans Placed and Negotiated. wiiich a subject after bein q mutilated is allowed to depart per fectly sound in mind and body, j Antcnio Von Gofre, the man of rub- ber, and Mies Cotreley, the lady jug- gler, will introduce some new features in their wonderful act. j Miss Dora Mervyn, the charming and lovely singer, will sing some en 0 tirely new and popular songs. i Boyd and Oro, the knockabouts, have 0 been persuaded to to repeat their cele- brated burlesque trapeze act, "Josh and Bill." i j One of the greatest features and ,what will prove to be a popular addi- tion is a full string orchestra. - There -,will be a grand children's matinee 209 HOTEL STREET. Telephone- 9C3. Orpheum Cafe Above Orpheum Theatbe, Fort St. OPEN DAY AND NIG 3 Meals Sarved at All Hours. BE GUT, All DINNER, From 12 Till 2 o'clock. FAMILY DINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TABLES RESERVED FOR LADIES. WHITE LABOR EXCLUSIVELY. 25c 25c C. T. COW, Manager, WEAK is Acd women thoe lackipff in enerpry and vteonr, will flnd EIcc tricity, a? applied by the preat American in vntion. "Dr. Pierce's Electric Belt." a won derful restorative. g Send for a free copy of ournew ""Book No. 2." Address 620 Market St. Sao Francisco. THE HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENTAL CO. 641 Kins street, Lincoln Block. Telephone 502. Castle & Coolie, LIMITED. i LIFE and FIRE il AGENTS FOR lew EnglQQd Moiuol Lils losorcoceeo OF BOSTON. EIqq Fire fnsyronce Gmf OF HARTFORD. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LIMITED. Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Spreckels ....... .Vice-President W. M. Giffard.. Secretary and Treasurer II. M. Whitney, Jr Auditor SUGAR FACTORS ' AND COMA1ISSION AGENTS AGENTS FOR THE accanlc Steamship Company Of San Francisco, Cal. The Pfliiii imm. Nuuacu street, near BeretanU, 0730 sue uommereiu wTna, Read ihe HatCGiiaa GczKtl l&ttirWeekly). Pierce Electric Co. & 9 d3 his afternoon. 1