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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL. 25, 1899.
12 TWELVE Useful Articles FOR THE KITCHEN For $1.00, or 10 Gents FOR A SINGLE ONE. You can make your own assortment. See them in, our Big Window. In a few days we will display a new Which Has No Superior, and invite you to come and inspect it. LIMITED. SOL.E AGENTS Gnrney Cleanable Refrigerators Jewel Stoves. w w w w w w w & I GET IT AT WATERHOUSE'S. I I I I I I I I I as I AFTER Repeated Trials we have at last found the article we wanted. It came by the Albert and is now offered for sale to the public of Hawaii at the same 'prices as sold in the United States. Come and see for yourself and be con vinced that the above state ment is true in every respect. I I 3: I Housekeepers will appreciate our etfjrt after they have seen and tried our new j I Scotch Granite Ware and found it wi'.l not chip and i then rust through, after it has been in U9e a few days. These goods when they once get into your house are there to stay. Aluminum Ware Is sorrethiog that has been sold in Honolulu some time but the prices we are offering these goods at i3 a new departure altogether. I 1 I I i Another thing we have pleas ure in bringing before the pub lic, especially those who have youngstersMn the family, and have more or less washing to have done at home, is a Wash Tub with an attachment on the side, for fastening a wringing machine to, thereby obviating the necessity of screwing your wrists all out of kilter, by wringing out clothes by hand 4 I I power. These wringers we nave in three sizes. I I IT. Waverley Block, Bethel Street, I 12 Blue Flame Oil Stove WATERHOCSE I I & Crockery, Hardware, X Groceries. L 1 I Esnmsnea m ibsi. Mrs in 1x99 f ? f A A A AWA-M ffl A - $ M hs VI f V- If 5 rf. j; h -H If f'S otto FOIt SALJC BY Gonsalves & Co., Ltd. QUEEN STREET, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAII AN ISLANDS. OPEN ALL NIGHT ! I YES, that is what we are compelled to do. Owing to such a demand for our Messenger Boys, after May 1st -we have decided to keep our MESSENGER OF FICE open all night. By calling up PHONE 444 at any time you can se cure the service of ACTIVE BOYS, who are thoroughly acquainted with the city. We would like to secure six more BRIGHT BOYS to add to our force. -0r0 Mild MESSENGER WWi E. HENRIQUES, Proprietor. Telephone 444. Masonic Temple. ..." : -vrs . ; u mmm Is never ended. From the cradle to the grave femin ine good looksand complexion are in Mrs. Nettie Harrison's latest portrait conflict with their mortal foes sickness, over work, trouble and age. Beauty's greatest pro tective weapon is LOLA MQNTEZ CREME The great skin food and tissue builder. Kradi rates wrinkles and imparts health and softness to the face. 75c jar lasts 3 months. . 4 DAY HAIR RESTORER is just what its name implies. Clives back to ?rey or faded hair its natural color in 4 days with aut any inconvenience or disagreeable effects Not a dye. I'nce fi.00. FACE BLEACH REMOVES FRECKLES. tan, sunbtirn, moth patches, sallowness and every aiscuiorauon 01 me SKin. rendering 11 caear as 11 was in baby days. Guaranteed harmless. Price fi.oo. Consultation by mail solicited. Corres pondence strictly confidential. MRS. NETT!E HARRISON DERMATOLOGIST 40-42 Geary St., Saa Francisco, Cal. JUST OPEPi A shop oa Union street, Bell Tower, and am prepared to do all kinds of PLUMBING, TINNING AND GENERAL JOBBING. H. F. LUDEWIG. Hawaiian Moss Opal Jewelry Suitable for Cuff Buttons, Pins, Belts, fctc SOUVENIR SPOONS, In different desigr s JEVVELRt Of all kinds made to order. BIART 40 FORT JEWELER. V1SAK 3 LEX vi CSi And women those T--.y lacking in enersrv and vigour, will find Elec tricity, as applied by the great American In vention. "Dr. Pierce's Electric Belt." a won derful restorative. Send for a free copyof our new 4-Book No. 2." Address 620 Market St. San Francisco. Pierce Electric Co. MAPS, MAPS, MAPS, ot Honolulu, just Issued by the Hawaiian Gazette Co., von Holt Block, King street. Se cure one before they are all gone. 50 cents each. 5. -4 HkV-, A GOOD ACCOUNT First Washington Man Writes of Fighting. Moving: on Sheltered Natives Some Gallant Charges Cap ture of Field Pieces. James J. Butler, a member of the First Washington Regiment row in Manila, writes to M. Loali of this citv as follows: Our company went out oa cuipo?t duty the night of February 4th near blockhouse No. 11. We arrived there at about 7 o'clock and spread our blankets for the night. About 9:15 we heard shots near blockhouse No. 2 on our left. About 2 o'clock they com menced firing at us", but we did not fire a shot until daylight. About 10 o'clock five companies came out and took their places on the firing line with us On the right, about two hundred yards in front of us, was a creek waist leep. On the opposite side the natives had a strong breastwork At and The daylight we commenced to shjot, I tell you it was something awful. bullets flew thick and fast over and around us. After firing about half an hour we commenced to advance. We had no breastworks to get behind. The best wre could do was to lie flat on. the breastworks. Nearly all the boys dipped their guns in the water to cxl them off. Soon after we started on the move again. We drove those fellows clear up to the Pasig river, where a number of them tried to swim across and were drowned. Companies 1 and G had a hard fight also during this time. They went through rice fields and charged a small hill where t.he natfves had a stroner breastwork. Here is where they killed over eighty men in one place. We went over , an open field of 800 yards and through the (woods to the river. Companies I and G captured the field piece while they were throwing shells at us. The First Washington, togeth er with the California and Idaho regi ments, belong to Gen. King's brigade. At the Santa Ana headquarters of the Filipinos we found over 5000 knives. We went into the trenches at San Pedro and stayed there for some time, naving a small fight every dav until the Regulars arrived. We then moved to Guadaloupe, but the natives didn't stay long enough to give us'a fight. We are now near Manila and shall move into the city soon. Stamps and paper are scarce. This naner I fnnnri n a hut before we burned it. LODGE LE PROG RES. Jewel for a Past blaster An Installation. There was a very large attendance last evening for the regular meeting of .Masonic JLocIge Le Progress. , ThereJ wer two events on' the program. Clarence M. White, past .master, was presented with a beautiful jewel of gold and enamel. The address was made by Senior Warden Geo. A. Davis. In his remarks Mr. Davis paid the highest tribute to the past master for services rendered. There was a hearty and unanimous second to eve"ry word of ap proval of the administration of Past Master White and his .work for the lodge. The installation ceremonies consist ed of the induction into office of Geo. Campton, the newly elected master, who is a veteran member of the lodge and whose fidelity to its interests are thus recognized. After the presentation of the jewel and the installation, refreshments were served and a number of toasts were of fered and responses given. Unsightly Awnings. Editor P. C. A In the interest of the improvement of New Honolulu I respectfully ask you to call the atten tion of your readers to the unsight liness of the permanent awnings of he city, lo the fact that they are danger ous to pedestrians and that they per mit the dangerous hanging signs, not now tolerated in any city of over 5,000 population. Let those who wish an ob ject lesson contrast the new Judd build ing, the Progress and Model blocks, the Spreckels and Wilder blocks with some other buildings on Fort street. The enterprising men of the lown should of th'eir own accord do away with the permanent awnings and the hanging signs. A BUILDER. Froin Ookala. W. G. Walker, manager of Ookala plantation, writes most encouragingly of affairs on that well known estate. He is, delighted over the news that a new mill is to be provided. Mr. Wal ker says that Ookala now has planted 250 acres more of cane than ever be fore in its history and that every field is looking well. There is plenty of water and the good results of proper fertilization are quite apparent. The local holders in Ookala are highly ela ted. Just now the stock certificates are being called in by Brewer & Co., for re-issue in $20 shares instead of $100. JAS. F. MORGAN HUH NH. 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. Tailor Goods At Auction. On Wednesday, April 26th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will sell at public auction SERGES, .DIAGONALS, TWEEDS, CASSIMERES. ETC., ETC. SINGLE SUIT AND PANT PAT TERNS. JAS. F.' MORGAN, Auctr. At Auction. On Thursday, April 27th, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will sell at public auction 1 WAGONETTE. 1 TOP BUGGY. 1 BRAKE, 2 CARRIAGE HORSES. SETS HARNESS. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. For Sale. A Fine Residence ON BERETANIA STREET Is offered for sale. Grounds nicely cultivated. Dwelling House has Double Parlors, Three Bedrooms, Dining Room, Pantry, Kitchen, Bath, Store Room. Outside: Stables. Carriage Room. Servants4 Rooms, etc. Size of lot 75 ft x 300 ft. Should the purchaser not care to oc cupy the place for a residence a good tenant will take the place for one or two years at a fair rental. For further particulars apply to Jas. F. Morgan, S3 Queen street. JAS. F. MORGAN Illll 33 Queen Street. RSES AND CARRIAGES p. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. l A- E- MURPHY & co- Progress Shoe House. o OUR REPRESENTATIVES. We hive Shoes for those to ycia to walk, for those too od to run; for those who dance with merry feet, or through weary years still shuffle on. Shoes as light as the heart of youth, as strong as manly courage, as beautiful as woman's grace and firm as truth most chaste. Shoes for dry and wet, for cold and storm, for week day and Sunday, and always to be depended on. All our Shoes are like good ministers they wear themselves out in the service of mankind. Q LLI O or S LU Interview these representatives at A. E. MURPHY & CO 205 Hotel Street. -A. fc. MURPHY & CO. A. E. MURPHY & CO.- i WHY! ooooooooooooooooooo oooooo o MEM 0 ooooooc ooooooooooooooooooo IS TflE WHISKY WITBODT A BIG INVOICE HARNE CF YERy STVXiISII BUGGY AND SURREY HARNESS (Guaranteed Hand Made ) f ' Also, many other kinds of HARNESS for light and heavy work. ...... -ooo SCHOMANS ISLAND ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. Plantation Owners, Managers, Agents, And Buyers. , o Patroniz3 Horn 4 Industry, no need of sending abroad for Harness. With additional improvements to my M4NU FACTURING DEPARTMENT and direct importation of materials, I am now prepared to supply Planters and Agents with any amount and description of Work Harness, or parts thereof promptly, at figures that will compare favorably with Coast prices, and the assurance of a far better wearing article 11 (oil line 01 ciiis, eiai .siomg oon Gooas. Island orders promptly and satisfactorily filled. F. Philp is in charge of C. R. COLLINS. ESTABLISHED 1891. A- E MURPHY & co'l I m 0 o o l I I m m o v 0 0 OF Rim HEADACHE Direct from the Boston Harness Co. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY. FORT STRRET, ABOVE CLUB STABLES. Manufacturing Department.