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THE PACIFIC COMMEHCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 22, 1899.
r -SassSSs Harness Snaps. Plumbers Torches. Tinned Rivets, Spiral Packing, Mai. Iron Oiler, Screw Plates, Soft Dash leather, Mouse Traps. Steel Squares, Bicycle Saddles, Handle Bars and Pedals, Nire Forse, Scrub, Dog. Stove and Sink Brushes; Seine Twine, Telethone Cords, Steel Tapes, tup 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 ihey 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 Chainless and the rest Chain Wheels. Those who ride them say they are the best wheel made on earth. We are too modest to say so, but we think so just the same. AT KAMALO AGAIN A New Plantation on the Site of an Old Estate. Statements of the Promoters Soil and Water Areas-Molokal Past Experience, SUNDAY SERVICES. 0- E. 0. Ei LIMITED. ASM, Corner Fort and King Streets. Ready - Rock Asphalt The strongest, most economical and durable Roofing ever sold in this market. Eat-ily and quickly laid, and adapted to anv roof from flat to one-half pich. It is a NON-CONDUCTOR OF HEAT, which, to gether with the fact that it is practically indestructible, paiticularly lecon mends it for this climate. Does rot require to be painted and any workman, can lay it. En doised by leading architects and builders. C.tll and see samples. PopiBug FOR WATER MAINS. SEWERS AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS The best pipe in use; will out-lat any piping ever placed on the market. Contractors and Plantation Managers should investigate this Piping. They will find just what they have been looking for a pipe that is strong and will not corrode. t Hawaiian Trading Co., Ltd. Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort St K. Isos S.V HAT M 'VNUFACTURER, GENTS' FURNISHINGS. KING ST., Next to CasUe & Cooke. New Shipment of SHIRTS, COLLARS, UNDERWEAR, GENTS' HOSE," HANDKERCHIEFS, ETC. Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock. Gents? Furnishings, Japanese Bamboo Baskets, Matting, Japanese Lanterns, IF YOU WANT 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 General Line of Horse Furnishing Goods on hand . Also, Repairing anv General Job Work at California prices. A Fire, Llfcht 3-4 Columtia Buggy for sale cheap. Fo'lowing is the preliminary pros pectus of the da test caao estate enter prise furnished by the planters: I "Kama To Sugar Company, Li mite J, has been quietly started and the jetock sold by Mr. Frank Hustace. jTHe lists were not open to the public j but the entire number of shares were subscribed tifter preliminaries were ar ' ranged by the active promoter, Mr. j Frank Foster, who has acquired the property from numerous (holders. I "The Company is capitalized at $1, j 000,000 divided into 50,000 shares of $20 reach. "The property embraces the site of the old Kamalo Mill and 9,944 acres of land on MoLokai. Of this tract 3,500 acres ?re available for cane cultivation. The balance is suitable for stock rais ing. "It is the purpose of the Company to purchase 250 acres more of good cane land, making over 1,000 acres owned absolutely in fee simple. "The site for the sugar mill is near one of the best landings on the Island .of Molokai, vessels being enabled to .safely touch at the wharf, which is proposed to be extended 15 feet, and a warehouse constructed thereon. Steamers cai safely tie up and , js- I charge and take freight at all times. Mr. Kluegel, the -engineer, made a thorough, examination of the property and his report to the promoters is of the most encouraging nature. Similar report is mad.9 by other experts. "Water supply is ample for lowlands by boring and tunneling,' quality pro cured being the very best, not in the least brackish. As is well known the doral reef extends meanly the length of this side of the island or about 20 miles and is about on mile distant from, tidewater at Kamalo. At an ele vation of five to six thousand feet" the mountains are covered with dense forest and the moun tains at this point contain num erous natural reservoirs, which can be utilized for all purposes. It is estima ted that tlhe lowest point of natural reservoir .holds eight to twelve mil lion gail Ions, .that can be utilized at small expense. Two other places can be .made to held three .to five million gallons. The lowest point is about 3,800 feet above sea. level, and the highest 4,300 feet. Besides the Com pany owns and controls numerous springs and water rights, controlling water sufficient to develop an im mense power, and the plan of power transmission as likely to mark an im portant era in economical plantation management. i "The old Kamalo mill owned by Mc Corriston Bros, and which .was burned down in 1892, made money up to (the time it was burned down. Their plan tation and mill were small, and mill extraction about 55 per cent. The rec ords show that the output was under those conditions eight 'tons per acre on lowlands, without fertilizing, and sole . water supply from the mountains, j "The promoters of the new Com pany are Messrs. Faster, Hustace and Egan. "The agency of the Company will be in one of the most prominent sugar agencies in the city." Central Union Church, corner Bere tania and Richards streets. Uev. W. M. Kincaid, pastor. 9:55 a. m., Sunday school; 11:00 a. m., public worship and sermon; C: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. Paiama Chapel 9:30 a. m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. m. Gospel service. A welcome for all at every service. St. Andrew's Cathedral Third Sun day after Easter, April 23. 7:00 a. m.. Holy Communion; 11:00 a. m., morn ing prayer and sermon; 3:30 p. m.. Pule Ahiahi; 7:30 p. m., evensong an l T. Q. BALLENTYNE. ti. P. EAKIN sermon. Me:hcdist Episcopal Church, corner Beretania and Miller streets. G. L. Pearson, pastor. The public is cor dially invited to attend the following services Sunday: Public worship and sermon 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sun day school, 10 a. m.; Ep worth League. 6:30 p. m. Wednesday evening, 7:30 o'clock, prayer meeting. A welcome always to all. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Services Sunday in Mililani hall, rear of opeira house, as follows: Sun day school 10 a. m.; Hawaiian services. 11 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; English ser vice at 7:30 p. m. Preaching by Elder U. W. Greene. Subject: "Why I Am a Latter Day Saint." All are invited. ' Seventh-Day Adventist Chapel. Lo cated at the end of Hotel street, one block from Punchbowl street. Ser vices: Sabbath, sabbath-school 10 a. m., preaching 11 a. m.; Sunday,' Sunday school 4 p. m., preaching 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, prayer and missionary meet ing 7:30 p. m. Thursday, gospel ser vices and bible study 7 p. m. All are welcome. B. L. Howe, pastor. Christian Church, Alakea street, near King. . Pastor, Rev. Wm. A. Gardner. Sunday School Superintendent W. C. Weedon. President Y. P. M., Mrs. J. N. Taggard. Organist and Choir Mast er, Professor E. Cook. Preaching n:orning and evening at the usual hours. Midweek meeting Wednesday night. Seats free and a cordial wel come to all. Sociability a specialty. HII Oil HOUSE o -COMMENCING- AT KERR'S. Economy in (these times is the watchword of success and those prud ent mothers and housewives are going to Kerr's for table linen, sheetings : and the like, that they may need while they send their daughters to get one or two of those beautiful shirtwaists that are being sold at half the value and former price, which even then was cheap. D. O. M- S. HAMMAJf. -ASK YOUR GROCER FOR 1 "V NOTHING BUT- YOUNG TENDER CORN fill Death f a Soldier. The funeral of Private William Ar thur Wray of Battery I, Gth Artillery, took place y-esterday afteraoon from I St. Andrew's Cathedral, at 4 o'clock. The funeral was attended by Captain Slaker end Lieutenant Hancock in 'command of the detail, several resi dents also being present The organ !ist of the Cathedral, Mr. Wray Taylor, was in attendance and rendered ap propriate music. The interment took j place in Nuuanu cemetery. The unfor tunate man died on the way down 'from San Francisco and is the first Iocs the Company has sustain ed. ONCE USED ALWAYS USED FRANK B.PETERSON &.CO. COAiT AGENTS JO ii CAL iT. SMI fRJWCliCO .Missionaries On the Ameriax Maru yesterday were the following missionaries returning 'to the States: Rev. and Mrs. F. S. Mil- !ler and two children, Rev. Dr. and (Mrs. J. P. Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. E. jll. Kingman and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Damon entertained them during their stay here. Saturday, April 22, THE YOUNG AMERICAN ACTRESS JANET WALDORF Saturday, April 22 Twelfth Night. Tuesday, April 25 As You Like It. Thursday, April 27 Much Ado About Nothing. Pygmalion & Matinee, April 29 Galatea. Saturday, April 29 Lady of Lyons. Tuesday, May 2 Ingomar. Thursday, May 4 Hunchback. Matinee, May G To be Announced. Saturday, May 6 Romeo and Juliet. . SALE OF SEATS NOW IN PROGRESS. J. LANDO, S BALLENTYNE & EAKIN, STOCK : BROKER AND Genoral Insurance A fronts - McINERNY BLOCK, FORT STREET, HONOLULU THE : ORPHEUH Family Theatre. JAMES F. POST - - - - .. manages. OMO Tonight ! Tonight ! ! -oo- . Entire Change of Program. Jas. Post's Laughable Comedy The Irishman's 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. MR. MATT KEEFK, The Phenomenal Boy Tenor. MISS MYRTLE GRAIIAM, Coon Singer and Italian Spec ialty Artist. POST AND MAY ASHLEY, Comedy Sketch Artists. . MR. U. J. 0RDWAY. Musical Artist. . . - - The Greatest Aggregation of Vaudeville Talent ever seen in Honolulu at one time. Box Office opens at 10 a. m. 'Phone 540. SOLD OUT! i -H--- Having disposed of my entire stock of Dry Goods and Notions to the ..... Hawaiian Dry Goods Association m 1 in Has a new line of HEK'ii AND B0YS' "L0THING j ast in, at prices to suit all. COLLARS, CUFFS AND TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS SOCKS, WOOL AND COTTON UNDERWEAR. PAJAMAS; CRASH AND WOOL BATS In Endless Varities. WHITE, GOLF AND STANLEY SHIRTS, I THE SAME Will be closed out during the next thirty days at Bargain Prices, to make room for an entire new stock ordered and to arrive. ZfO-PRICES CANNOT BE DUPLICATED. SALE COMMENGES WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19. Bare chance to get Dry Goods at very low prices. Mr. M. G. Silva will assist the new Managers during this sale, after which he retires from the business. ALPACA COATS, BOYS' KNEE PARTS. Successor to L. E. TRACY, Fort Street, near King: Pliliioioi m. MISAWA, Nuuanu street, near Brtanla, oppi it (?ommrifti mI(k - 3LOSES PAL.AU EDWARD HAXAPI Managers. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! Another big shipment 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 Sets, 6 pieces, from 20 up; Chairs reduced to 60 cents; Pillows from 50 cents up; Bedsteads, -wire cots, canvas cots, ha mmocks almost given away. Baby Carriages in great variety, also Baby Chairs and Rockers. Come and see how we slaughter pr ices. L. S. MATILEWS & SOsT, Furniture Dealers. 26 Beretania St., near Fort St 0 0 "T - KK--r !D2CIJi Real Estate Agent. Office: 15 Kaahumanu Street. O.Box 365. 9(979v99l''V VifV VVsr.rvvrwyvvv7WNVVfWV;VS; 1 Y ft V ! X- ... I I ! 1 y s fez I 1 ! i f 4. i I t eitsn5.-rr e-i .. r ,