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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 6, 1S09.
r PERFECTION AT LAST. New Wickless Blue Flame Oil toe New lighting device. Greater heat. More economy in fuel. No possible danger. Any person can handle them. We have a sample lot. Stock is on the way. You will find them in operation in our Stove Department and we will be pleased to have you inspect them. . LIMITED. AGENTS- Giirney GleanaWe Refrigerators Jewel Stoves, FOR WOOD OR COAL Primns Oil StOYes, New Bine Flame Stoves. w w w w w yv 1 GET IT AT WATERHOUSE'S. I I 1 AFTER ... I Repeated Trials we I 5 I TiavA nfc last, found the article S I we wanted. It came by the Bale to the public of Hawaii at the same prices as sold in 3E T the United States. Come and see for yourself and be con- 2 ment is true in every respect. 3E Housekeepers will appreciate otir effort after tbey have seen ami ineu our uew J. Scotch Granite Ware I I and found it will not chip and I i then rust through, after it has y been in use a few days. These I I goods when they once get iuto i jC your house are there to stay. I ... ... I Aluminum Ware I I Is soirething that has been sold fT - 1 . . 1 n n -k .im Kiit- Ilia I prices we are offering these I I goods at is a new departure 2e altogether. I I I Another thing we have pleas- Ji ure in bringing before the pub- Z lie, especially those who have I youngsters in the family, and i. 3S have more or less washing to I have done at home, is a Wa3h I Tub with an attachment on t he side, for fastening a wringing i I machine to, thereby obviating I the necessity of screwing your I wrists all out of kilter, by I I wringing out clothes by hand power. These wringers we have "p I in three sizes. I hi I I I I I J. Waverley Block, Bethel Street, 5a Crockerv. Hardware. Groceries. I I T Ensued in i?5i. Leaders id 1899 i T I WATERHODSE A A M A M M- AY A LEGAL PROTEST Technical Objection for the Kahuku Rioters. No GrandJury Indictment Another Step In the Walalua Share Case Compromise. In the matter of the Republic vs. Yamane et al, the Kahuku Japanese charged with murder, th defense has filed a motion to quash on tne ground that the indictment has not been pres ented by a grand jury. , In the matter of McCandless Bros, vs. Waialua Agricultural Co., bill for specific performance and injunction, Wm. Bowen, treasurer of uefendant corporation has filed" an affidavit pray ing the court to dismiss the application of plaintiff to have the books and ac-couo-ts of defendant exhibited. The suit of P. L. Dortcli vs. A. V. Gear, assumpsit, has been dismissed, a settlement having been reached out of court. Defendant has filed an answer to the allegations of plaintiff's bill in the mat ter of John Ii Estate vs. Helen Boyd, trespass. In the matter of J. Todd vs. J. IT. Davis and Wm. Hooper, garnishee, de fendant has filed an appeal and bill of exceptions from Judge Stanley's de cision., A. S. Humphreys for plain tiff, Achi and Johnson for defendant. COLONIAL EXPOSITION. Commissioner Umsted Wishes Government Co-operation. Commissioner Umsted who is here to gather a Hawaiian exhibit for the Colonial Exposition to be held at Oma ha this year is a busy man.' He has taken up the few days he has been here in presenting letters of introduc tion 'arid looking over the field. He is greatly pleased at the courteous treatment with which he has met, and the evident desire of the business com munity to further his mission. "The great thing I now need," said he, "is the hearty co-operation of the Government in aiding me to gather the exhibit. The inducements offered now are much greater than were offered for last year's exposition. The time is ripe for Hawaii to advertise herself and the best means by which she can do it is the colonial celebration." Communion. The following are to be admitted to membership at the communion service in Central Union church tomorrow morning: By letter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pash, First Presbyterian Church, San Jose, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. John Herd, Free Church, Scotland. Mrs. Albert J. Derby, First Presbyterian Church, Rivera, Cal. Miss Josephine Hainan, First Presbyterian Church, Bucjtus, Ohio. Mr. W. C. Shields, Farkdaie Presbyterian Church, Toronto, Can. On re-affirmation of faith Mr. and Mrs. Stephen von Berg. On Confession of faith Mr. J. C. Strow, Mrs. Clementina R. Alvarez, Walter C. Alvarez, Dr. Albert J. Derby, Harold W. Rice, John MacArthur, Ethel Doris AVolfe, Charles Frederick Wolfe, Olaf T. Oss, Minna S. A. von Berg. From Palama Chapel Mrs. Eliza beth Jj. Webb, Elizabeth Chamberlain, Helen K. Desha, Edwin M. Desha, Mir iam A. Hale, Alice Zerbe, Emma Zerbe, Eliza Johnson, Elizabeth Haaheo, Min nie Kaukau. Kindergartens. There is a certain kindergarten in Honolulu, where, singularly enough, it I id grown, pfopie wno &u iu learn nuw to direct children, as well as the place where children go to learn the right way for themselves. Its mistress has a thousand inspirations by means of which she threads the labyrinth of a little-one's heart, and wonderful it is to see how it is done, though the on looker gets but a small part of it, out side as he or she is of the strong spi ritual sympathies which flow between that teacher and her group of young souls in charge. The several kindergartens have a treat now and then a treat no less than having the band play all for themselves. Those nearest, walk to Emma hall, or take a car, but Kaka- ako and Palama are so far away that an omnibus becomes necessary a high time thes have when fifty laughing. chattering children are sandwiched in to one vehicle. But still the old adage comes true, "the more, the merrier," and childhood is but once and then the pleasure of listening to the music and the return! How easy to make children happy why do we not do it oftener? Kakaako bids fair to bloom and blossom like a garden in the midst of a desert. It is a matter of time, but its directress has the will that makes the way, and what a boom in that forlorn quarter must be the sight of neatness, smiling faces, and flowers. THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 6, SUNDAY SERVICES. Central Union Church, corner 13ere tania and Richards streets. Rev. W. M. Kincaid, pastor. 3:55 a. m., Sunday school; 11:00 a. m., public worship and sermon; 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E. pray er meeting; 7:20 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 Fifth Sun day after Easter, May 7. 7:00 a. m., Holy Communion; 11:00 a. m., Matins and sermon; 3:30 p. m., Pule Ahiahi; 7:30 p. m., Evensong and sermon.' X. B Thursday, .May n, i5 the Feast of the Ascension. Methodist Episcopal Church, corner Beretania and Miller streets, G. L. Pearson, pastor. The public is cordial ly invited to attend the following ser vices: Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., sermon iby the pastor. Sub ject: "The Children and the Church." G:30 Ep worth League; 7:30 sermon by the Rev. W. H. Tubb, of San Fran cisco. Wednesday, prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. A welcome always to all. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Sunday services in Mililani hall, rear of opera house, as follows: Sunday school 10 a. m.; Sacrament service, 11 a. m.; preaching in Hawaiian, 6:30 p. m.; preaching in English by Elder U. W. Greene, 7:30 p. m. Subject: "This Is the Way, Walk Ye In It." 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 morning and evening at the usual hours. Midweek meeting Wednesday night. Seats free and a cordial wel come to all. Sociability a specialty. "Giants and Giant Killers" will be the topic of Rev. W. A. Gardner's ser mon to the children at the Christian church tomorrow morning. In the evening his theme will be "Does Death End All?" Church services will be conducted by Rev. Victor Morgan at Camp McKin- ley, 11 a. m.; Pearl City, 3:45 p. m.; Ewa Plantation, 7:30 p. -m. Food Prepared With "Calumet" is Free from Rochelle Salts Alum, Lime and Ammonia. "Calu met" is the Housewife's Friend. NONE SC GOOD. othing ! -ooo We are'noT offering Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing at the lowest prices ever offered in this city before, and the largest stock to select from and a guarantee of its superiority. o o o You will find our Hats, Caps, and Furnishings of the same high standard and anything purchased in either de partment will be cheerfully taken, back and money refunded if not satisfaotory, Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. 9 Hotel Street "Waverley Block WE MAKE SHIRTS TO ORDER. Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St TRADE MARK: "THE TWO FACES" WAN ORMi F?WMm& POSITIVE CURE FOR Dandruff, Prickly Heat AND ALL Skin CD ise; For sale by all Druggists and a Union Barber Shop. Telephone 696. F. PACHECO, Sole Proprietor. Clothing ! Clothing I J AS. F. MORGAN lira i Broker. 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. THIS DAY. PIANOLA At Auction . ON SATURDAY, MAY GUI, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON At my salesroom Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction One Pianola, IN GOOD ORDER. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. For Sale. Cn Alakea Street. Property known as the Dexter prem ises, on Richards street, adjoining the residence of S. C. Allen. Lot has a frontage of 70.4 feet on Richards street, lower Toundary 110.5 feet and northern boundary of 156.5 feet. Property faces the Executive build ing grounds and is a short distance from King street. An excellent site for stores or warehouses. For further particulars apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 33 Queen Street. To Rent. THREE OFFICES IX THE LOVE Building, Fort street. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 33 Queen street. 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, Servants' 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, 33 Queen street. JAS. F. MORGAN ini (id 33 Queen Street, p. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. BCSINESS PROPERTY in 1890. -A. E. MURPHY & CO. M. Progress Shoe House. OUR REPRESENTATIVES. g We have Shoes for those toj youn? to walk, for u . those too old to run; for those who WUi m meiry feet, or through weary years still shuttle on. f Shoes as light as the heart of youth, as strong as g 1 manly courage, as beautiful as woman's grace ana I firm as truth most chaste. Shoes for dry and wet, for cold and storm, for I I. week day and Sunday, and always to be depended on. j S All our Shoes are like good ministers they wear c8 themselves out in the service of mankind. Interview these representatives at E MURPHY & CO. A. LJ 4 205 Hotel Street. A. E. MURPHY & CO. 00000 WHY' ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooo 0 0 0 0 0 0 m o 0 0 0 oooooocooooooooooooooooooo IS THE WBSKY EX PLANTER Carriage Horses, Buffi For Sale at Reasonable Prices. ooo- SCHUMAFS Fort Street Plantation Owners, Managers, Agents, And Buyers. Patronize Horn) Industry, no need of sending abroad for Hirness. With additional improvements to iny 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 thg assurance of a far better wearing article ii mil line oi Mm Mm, s 01 m Mi J3r Island orders promptly and satisfactorily filled. F. Philp is in charge of Manufacturing Department. . C. R. COLLINS. ESTABLISHED TELEPHONE! 662. P. O. BOX 507. -A- E. MURPHY & CO.- i m m o A, E. MURPHY & CO. "l IYER A 0 wmwr HEADACHE I received a fine shipment of Horses, Hack Horses. CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY. - Above Club Stables. 1891. KIHG ST., near HUUAHO 8?,