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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. APRIL 21, 1S9D.
THE CHALLENGER BY AUTHORITY T. G. BALLENTYNE. II . P. EAKIN- SEA LSD TENDERS 1L 1 A 0 Harness Snaps. Plumbers' Torches, Tinned Rivets, Spiral Packing, Ala!. Iron Oiler, Screw Plates, Soft Dash leather, Mouse Traps. Steel Squares, Bicycle Saddles, Handle Bars and Pedals, frire fcorse, Scrub, hog. Stove and Sink Brushes; Seine Twine, Telet hone Cords, Steel Tapes, Cup Hooks, Spring Balances, Bird Cages, Stanley Planes, Belting, Churns, WHAT ABOUT ALL THESE ITEMS? Well, they have-just arrived per "Aus tarlia" from New York and as they are items we have calls for every day we supposed you wanted to know that We now had a good stock of all these things. We also had Bicycles on the Australia. Columbias and Ramblers, 12 Ch!linless and the rest Chain Wheels. Those who ride them say they are the best wheel made, 01 earth. We are too modest to say so, but we think so just the same. Shamrock Will Contest for America Cup. Work Wei! Advanced Guarded By Detectives Similar to the Defender-: Llpton Confidant. April 12. A dispatch to from Gourock, Scotland, E..0. mil a SON, -LIMITED. I BOSTON, the Herald says: The work oa the Shamrock has ad vanced far enough to need the ser vices of detectives, who are now the subject of ridicule fcr their recent ac tion, as witness the taking into cus tody of some actors, supposed to be dimension-seekers. The challenger will have a teel boom 22Y2 indies in the iling3 and 115 feet long. A steel mast is also mad,-?, and this will De tested on the Clyde in .the preliminary trials when good tests will be made. It may be used in the races, .though in case it proves too rigid, will not give and seems liable to pull out the cihtain plates, the wooden mast will be used. The challenger will have a very large sail plan, quite 13,000 square feet in working sails, with nearly 85 feet from deck to hounds. Fife's Fairlee carpenters are now at ,Chiswick making the hollow spars. The carpenters have been working provinces t j four weeks on the extra club pole', .extra gaff and extra spinnaker poles, j There -will be a duplicate full set of j steel spars also 'made. Sir Thomas j Upton has told the workmen, in case Will be received a: the office of the Minister of the Interior till twelve o'clock nocn of Monday, May S, for the C2ns:ru:ti3n of ithe Ahua'.oa Homestead read. Specifications at the office of Superin tendent of Public -Works: also at Ho- nokaa post office. The Minister does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. April 21, 1S99. 5211 SEALED TENDERS Will be received at the office of (the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, May 24th, fcr about 600 street signs, to be delivered in Ho nolulu. Specifications at office of Superin tendent of Public Works. The Minister does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. April 21, 1899. 5211 BALLENTYNE & EAKIN, STOCK : BROKERS AND- Genera I insur-since MclNERNY BLOCK, FORT STREET. HONOLULU THE : ORPHEUH Family Theatre. JAMES F. POST MAX AG EE. Tonight! Tonight!! FRIENDS OF GOMEZ. 3 Ready - Rock Asphalt s The strongest, most economical and durable Roofing ever sold in this markt-t. Eai-ily and quickly laid, and adapted to any Toof from flat to one-half pich. . It is a NON-CONDU(.TOU OF HP AT, which, to gether with the fact that it is practically indestructible, paiticularly jecon meuds it for this climate. Does not require lo be painted and any workman can lay it. En doistd by leading architects and builders. Call and see samples. sphalfunn Popco FOR WATER MAINS. SEWERS AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS The best pipe in use; w ill out-last any piping ever placed on the market. Contractors and Plantation Manager shou d investigate this Piping. Tb y will find just wrat they have been locking for a pip3 that is strong and will not corrode. Hawaiian Trading Co., Ltd. Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort St Iwii't o?S ! S5?c K55 35X?r "Lsjj lsvs. H53 fdhiirCH ill Tim " 1 1 'I ' " 11 1 .no .information leaks out, that he will jniake them substantial presents. The Shamrock is building in a corrugated iron shed, and for the last week has been guarded by defectives both, day and n.Wit. I The chall-en-gsi" will net be far off in her dimeinsions from the new Defender and 'this is ishown by the fsw tons difference in the lead ballast which is dn their respective keels. Two suits of sails are already made and these will be tiled cut on this side. The rteam yacht Erin, which is to convey the Shamrock will cake ia;!cng a large number of sail 1 maker 3 and car penters. Sir Thomas Lip ton rat ends making a big affair of the cup ' races, fcr, be sides il.'j-e friends who will accompany him from itihos side, hundreds of invi tations will be sent out to American friends, who will be his guests on board one f the large New York pleasure steamers. While in Scotland la;st year Sir Thomas extended a. number of invita tion 3 to friends to be present at the launching. These have been recalled. The cihallenger will be la.unch:ed about the middfe of May, and, if report is true, she will be blanketed like a Der by winner from keel to -deck when slhe slides down the ways. Sir Thomas Lipton is" very confident of winning. In fact, the rumor here is i that the b'g yacht wihich Watson is designing for.C. D. Ross is to be built at once, so as to be ready for an early American challenger. OLD OUT! I -a- Having disposed of my entire stock of Dry. Goods and Notions to the Hawaiian Dry Goods Association -tme: ssvie: stock IN JAMAICA. KINGSTON, Jamaica, April 11. The legislative Council Tesumed its sessions today. The Governor, Sir Augustus Hemmingway, fead a state ment making absolute and uncondi tional surrender, withdrawing the ad ditional officials and membeis, restor ing the constitutional status quo an tebellu, and appealing to the repre sentatives to accept the right hand of fellowship and to -allow by-gones to Jbe by-gones, announcing tihat he re plied on their patriotism to aid frim in Will be cloeed out during the next thirty days at Bargain Prices, to solving the difficulties. Thereupon the representatives with drew the vote of censure on the gov ernment passed on Friday last and voted $500,000 to meet immediate liabilities, ponding ' a re-arrangement of the finances of the island. HAVANA, April 11 General Max imo Gomez was notified last night by the Cuban army representatives from Pinar del Rio, Havana and Mantanzas that they 'have reinstated Ihim as commander-in-chief. The Cu ban Generals of Santa Clara province, under Jcee Gomez, the. civil Governor of Santa Clara, adbered by telegraph to the action of the western provinces. The provinces of Puerto Principe and Santiago ae Cuba are to be heard from. Entire Change of Program. Jas. Post's Laughable Comedy A MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu. Messenger Service deliver messages and packages. Tel. 378. iisiiii mil -COMMENCING- Saturday, April 22, THE YOJNG AMERICAN ACTRESS JANET WALDORF Saturday, April 22 Twelfth Night. Tuesday, April 25 As You Like It. Thursday, April 27 Much Ado About Nothing. Matinee, April 29 Pygmalion & Galatea. Saturday, April 29 Lady of Lyons. Tuesday, May 2 Ingomar. Thursday, May 4 Hunchback. Matinee, May 6 To be Announced. Saturday, May 6 Romeo and Juliet. SALE OF SEATS NOW IN PRO GRESS. 520G SECRET First Appearance of W. J. DU BELL, The Greatest Trapeze Artist on Earth MISS VIOLET DALE, America's Representative Ac . robatic Buck and Wing Dancer. . MR. WM. HOWARD, Eccentric Musical Comedian. MISS BEATRICE CAMPBELL, Refined Vocalist. POST AND MAY ASHLEY, Comedy Sketch Artists. . ANTONIO VAN G0FRE, Premier Contortionist. . MISS MYRTLE GRAHAM, Coon Singer and Italian Spec ialty Artist MR. MATT KEEFE, The Phenomenal Boy Tenor. MISS EMMA C0TRELY, Lady Juggler. . . . k . MR. U. J. 0RDWAY. Musical Artist. .. . . The Greatest Aggregation cf Vaudeville Talent ever seen in Honolulu at one time. Box Office opens at 10 a. m. 'Phone 540. '-Ilg HMaMaggnHOMHnHaigBMBaaHHHMBHM ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! Another big ship-meat of 100 tons has arrived for Mathews Furniture Store. Everything must be sold at Bargain Prices to make room for .this new shipment. Tremendous reductions in wire and wool mattresses; Bedroom S-es, 6 pieces, from $20 up; Chairs reduced to 60 cents; Pillows from 50 cents up; Bedsteads, wire cots, canvas cots, hammocks almost given away. Baby Carriages in great variety, also Baby Chairs and Rockers. Come and see how we slaughter prices. Ij. S. MATHEWS & S(XN Furniture Dealers. 26 Be r eta n la St., near Fort St make room for an entire new stock ordt id and to arrive. flX7PRICE3 CANNOT Bl DUPLICATED. SALE COMMENCES WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19. Bare chance to get Dry Goods at very low prioe. Mr. M. G. Silva will as-i?t the new Managers during this sale, after which he retires from the business. -- MOSES PALAU EDWARD HASsAPI Managers. IF YOU WAWt A Neat Durable Harness CALL AT THE New California Harness Shop, NO 639 KING STREET, LINCOLN BLOCK, Telephone 641. Just Below The Arlington Hotel. A Gereral Line cf Horse Furnbh'ng Goods on hand Also, Repairing am G neral Job Work at California prices. &TA Fir e, Light 3-4 Columbia Buggy for sale cheap. IN HONOR OF ADMIRAL, DEWEY. NORTHFIELD (Vt.) The trustees of Norwich. University 'bare decLled to begin tlira foundations for Dewey Hall on May 1st, the anniversary of the battle of M3nila bay. VZ&s testimonial to the Admiral has received his ex plicit approval. D. O. & M- S. "H AMMAN. ead tbe- Hawaiian Gazette 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 in0, 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. X. B. Parsons. For sale by all Deal ers, Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for H. I. o T FOR ALE 950 $900 Balance, A S K L IK I WILL E. FISHER, Cor Fort and Merchant Sts. ' 0 mm I K N AREA 714O FX W76 Ft 1 H O Jl hi if) o I r o o X o CO it I i Aifa CAP, Li M E W AK I K I K.U A L) LONG' BRANC H 0 O. A. 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