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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 6, 1S99.
11 UumL BREVITIES. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Orpheum tonight. The latest in millinery at Mrs. Han- j na's. Two large furnished rooms are for rent. See advu A furnished cottage is offered for rent In this isue. If you want a high toned wheel you must have a Cleveland. John Ouderkirk has named his Honolulu, II. I., May 3, 1S93. NAME OF STOCK. Cpl BId.:,k ... . . -"4-KiheiPlan.Co. hi. aesi A pair of gold rimmed eye glasses pj.up has been lost. See advt. ror reward. Room with board in a private family is offered for rent. See advt. on Page 12. The band concert last evening at the Hawaiian hotel Was enjoyed by a large crowd. The subscription list for the Olaa Sugar Co. will be closed today at 5 o'clock. Simplicity, durability and easy run ning qualities make Tribune bicycles popular. Fred Damon, of the Bank of Hawaii, has purchased a fine building lot in Alakiki ! MISCELLANEOUS. A first claes dress maker will go out fHaw'n Elect. Co ... MERCANTILE. C. Brewer A Co... SUGAR. American Asesable Paid Ewa Hamoa Haw. Ag. Co . Hawaiian Sugar Co 'ilonoma H or. oka Haikn Kabnkn 1,000,000: 10' 750,000 ;! 2,uj,ujo; 1 1 K tMldt SOO.OOUj 1,400,WO; 3W,Q0U; l.cw.oou; 500,000 500.0UU 1 ... 5 i .137 .j ou Kipahulu!. iri.. Kona Sugar Co. As. 1 Pd. npt Mannalei Sng.Co.as Oaha " Paid up Onomea Ookala Olowala Paaahaa Sug. Plan. Co Pacific " Paia Pepeekeo Pioneer WaialaaAgr Co. as?. pi- bp! aianae.......... Wailnkti Waimanalo aimea UTEAMSHIP rna Wilder S. S.Co inter Island S. S. Co... Hon. Rpd Tran. & L Co Mutual Telephone Co.. Makaha Cof. Co. L. aea. " Paid up.... O. R. & L. Co........ BONDS. Haw'n Gov't 6 per ct.. Haw'n Gov't 5 per ct.. Uaw'n G. Post Savings 44 per ct O. K. L. Co 1,500.000 160000, 300,000 ; 180.000 100 100 100 ! 20 100. 2-20 2-iO 100 ' 100.... .i. 295 1 QtJ X00 50 15 16 50 : 10 too ' VQ 100; 100 . .. ! 21 100 900.000 100? ! 12J4 lW.COO 2,400,0m; 1,000,000 600,000' 150,000 510,000 750,aXJ 750,000 1,125,000' 1,500,000! v!68.OO0, 700.000 252,000 125,000 I 500,000 500,000 225,00o' 0,000 139,000! I 31,000 2,100,000, loo' : 100 . 100 i. 2 ;. f. 100 . 100 . 100 . 100 . 100 .. 100'. 100 . 100 . 100 . 100 . 1 1(X'. ioo . 24 120 4"0 190 100 100 10 100 100 100 200 150 103 X session saies len waiaiua, paiu ' tip, $172.50. Outside Sales Reported Seventy 40ahu, $270; 65 Maunalei, $12; 83 Kihei Quotation Changes Twenty-five. Dandruff Killer, as manufactured by F. Pacheco, of the Union barber shop, is for sale by all druggists. Trade mark: "The Two Faces." Davey's iridium of the flower mar ket is by long odds the best photo graph of the character ever seen here and ds in great demand. Home people are eager to get the view as tourists. MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Service deliver messages and packages. Tel. 378. DRV GOODS GS LK THE. PrCfESSlVEZSTOf' The Only Place TO SECURE- 1 m by the day. Address "Dressmaker," P. O. box 619. Matinee this afternoon at the Or pheum and a complete change of pro gram tonight. By the end of next week new water main will be laid to "Sunny South'," on the Waikiki road. "Camille" will be given at the Opera House this afternoon and "Romeo and Juliet" in the evening. SDecial meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 this Saturday evening at 7:30 Work in second degree. . The Government band serenaded the Samoan Commissioners on the Bad ger yesterday morning. The Australia sailed from San Fran cisco one day late on account of the delay on the up passage. A pianola in good order will be sold at public auction today noon at Mor gan's salesrooms. Queen street. iDon't forget -the popular Sunday dinner served from 5 to 7 p. m. at the Home Bakery Cafe, Fort street. The Kash is now offering men's, boys' and children's clothing at lower prices than ever offered In (Honolulu. The Rev. W. H. Tubb, of San Fran cisco, will preach at the Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow evening. The Pacific Hardware Co. just re ceived a new line of Starret's fine tools and other articles in the hardware line. Quite a crowd congregated at the corner of Union and Hotel streets last evening to view the moving pictures. Honolulu Eye and Ear Infirmary will open for treatment of patients on June 1st on third floor of Model block. Watch the advertising space in this paper for a new announcement soon of the Pacific Import Co.'s big Fort street store. Ben Bruns, the King of the Kick apoos, is in town again from Hawaii. He "has been in Kau district several weeks. The bark Xuuanu will leave New York on or about July 15th for Hono lulu. For further particulars apply to Chas. Brewer & Co. The Road (Department was busy pay ing off the men yesterday. About 300 workers were gathered in the grounds during the afternoon. Next Wednesday the Kilohana Art League will have their -receiving day for the spring exhibition, with the opening day one week later. iNo verdict has yet been returned by the coroner's jury which held the in quest over the Portuguese who was killed at the Bishop Museum. Tomorrow morning Rev. W. M. Kin caid will preach on "The Church of Christ." In the evening the subject will be "Moses, the Prophet of Right eousness." The Hongkong Maru, advertised to sail from this port for San Francisco on May 16th, will not call on this trip. Due notice will be given later when calls are resumed. The Minister of the Interior calls for sealed tenders for furnishing the Road Supervisor of Honolulu with supplies for roads and bridges during the next six months. See advt. The Snelling mentioned in dispatches as being a missionary in the South Seas ceased some months ago to have any connection with the American Board, which had sent him to the field. Pauahi hall, Oahu college, was well filled last evening for Professor Hitch cock's illustrated lecture on "The Glacial Epoch." The discourse was in structive and the views were excellent. Professor John Fryer, head of the Oriental languages department of the University of California, is'a passen ger by the Coptic. Among his several missions is tne esiauuauiucm. t. rv at Nanking. There will be a celebration of the 6aie the valuable property on the north Holy Communion at the 9:45 o'clock ' corner of Fort and Kukui streets, be service of the Second Congregation of :ing a portion of the Phillips property, St Andrew's Cathedral Sunday morn- and having a frontage of 124 feet on ing In the evening at 6:30 o'clock fort street and S6 feet on Kukui street, there will be a full choral service. with a northern boundary of about 109 There will ibe two big productions at Ieec- Trau-aiinn innpra house XOdaV. la- tuu xi"w 1' ' is to deal with the DIRECT : IMPORTERS. T HE BEST VALUES FOR THE LEAST MONEY. - II. s. m Dry Goods Co LIMITED. Direct Importers. BUSINESS CORNER For THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR mille, with Janet Waldorf in the title role, will be the play at the afternoon performance, and that greatest of all tragedies, Romeo and Juliet, in the evening. It was an error on the part of this paper to state that the local quarter- o o o master's department expects all the erty bring m a t tte BUSINESS BLOCKS are now being erected on the opposite corner and on the property on Fort street adjoining this lot. o o o TWO COTTAGES now on the prop- transports to stop here with returning volunteers. As a matter of fact the quartermaster so far has no informa tion on the subject. B. Lichtig, photo button manufactur er (in the tent, Fort street, below the Orpheum theater), is now making a specialty of photo sleeve buttons, scarf pins, breast pins, bracelets, etc. Re member, he offers a sitting free in case you do not have a photograph property is the most valuable for bus iness sites in tne growing ousiness portion of Fort street. OO Further particulars of HARRY ARMITAGE. WHAT'S YOUR SHOE PRICE? WHATSOEVER YOU WANT In the way of SHOES, never doubt our ability to fit both purse and foot; its simply a matter of knowing your size, price and width. It isn't possible to give better shoe service that we give. V7e can suit everybody; we wouldn't be "THE LEADERS" If we couldn't, and we give as big value in proportion for 12.50 and $3.00, as we give for $5.00. Likely that's the reason we're selling so manv Men's and Women's $2.50 and $3. 00 shoes just now. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., L'd. Sign of -fcKiE 13 1 Shoe. FORT STREET. Telephone 889. fO- Silhouette Photography IS NOW ALL II ooo Do you want to learn how to make SILHOUETTE PHOTOS? If you do step in our store and we will take pleasure in teaching you the art. We have a complete lino of KO DAKS, and PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Our printing and developing depart ment is turning out good work. Our customers are pleased. We take pains with every job none slighted. We sell the Kodaks, the film, and take pride in the work of amateurs. We are glad to shew anyone the kind of work vre do. We hare no photos for sale. Photo printing done by us In cloudy weather. Work always ready when promised. GAN'Q FORT STREET. Offer this week the latest in Shirt Waists AND lie ' in ooo- nhrnn run Hnmnnnv uuiuii umy uuiiipij , COR. KING & FORT STS. -oo- at lowest prices. ooo A JAXi: OF Check Ginghams JO YAUDS 81. o- PGAN FORT STREET. 9 ' . TENNIS BALLS FRESH STOCK JDST RECEIVED! oo TENNIS RACKETS Ex Australia. o A Large Line In All Sizes. Just In Time For The Tournament. oo ; Re-Stringing : Tennis : Rackets ; Our Facilities for this work are un equalled outside of the, factories. Prices Reasonable. 1 1. 312 Fort St., Telephone 565. Work jheBest A large line of Sporting Goods. NEW LINE OF Yamatoya's Shirts and Pajamas Of Silk, Linen, Cotton, Crape and Woo STYLISH WHITE AND COID GOLF SHIRTS, FANCY SILK GOODS, ETC., AT REASONABLE PRICES. Hotel Street nd Docalo Robinson Block, Theo.H.Davies&Co LIMITED- Merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of Mil : iiil : fill : ft PAINTS AND OILS. MM PLANTATION SUPPLIES A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty ZEIa,a.lxaa.3Q,a,xi,-uL Street 4-4- 4-4-4-4-4-4-4 4 4 4 4 4 A Bargain In Silks ! Commencing Monday we will sell Plain Taffeta Silks 22 inches wide, $1 oo quality, at 65c PER YARD. ooo- Silk Crepons And Silk Gauzes Suitable for Evening Wear, $1.25 and $i.;o quality AT 75c PER YARD. 000 NEW PIQUES ! See Our Window Display. 000 -4 - -4 4- 4-4- 4- 4-4-4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-4-4 K5 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-44-4-4-4-4-4-44-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- U S3 mitt JTiilll o 0 0 0 0 0 TO to tt it 4-0 play of 4-4-4-4-4-4- 0 A 4-$ We invite the Ladie3 of Honolulu to call and see these .4- New Goods. 0 HOTEL STREET. ARLINGTON BLOCK. ooooooooooooooooo oooooxxooooooo ineana'$: Has just .received Ex S. P. Mariposa, a large in- 0T voice of most select stock of , . . v. inery g Dress Goods ti This is delayed shipment of a 0 SPRIHG OR SUMMER GOODS, Of Superb Original Designs. Our store is filled to overflowing with an attractive dis- N4- vile soil , Bonnets, Fine Hininis, Flowers onl Drains. 4 '4-4-. 4-4-.4- 4- BAILEY'S P, 0. BOX 441 TEL. 398 Tie Milwaukee Pnnctme Proof Tire. AS RESILIEHT AS ASY TIRE HADE Pau : Puncture : Piliiia. Boiiey's Honolulu m, SOLE AGENTS. Model 15 Besbe bicycles at $30. Satisfaction guaranteed. Model 17, price $35, with improvements. Model 19 at $40, witn a 1 the latest improvements. Model 25 at $45 30 In. wheel. Repairs that are repairs at the old reliable 231 KING STREET, ; wherelthe latest Is on tap. "Don't Be a Clam OR EVEN A CLAM CHOWDER When you can get them an d other table delicacies at S. J. SALTER'S MEW GROCERY i gS.M Doxie's Little Neck Clams. Underwood's Clams. Bay State Clam Chowder. Russian Cavaire. Boned Chickens and Turkey. Roast Chickens and Turkey. Devilled Ham, Beef, Chicken and Turkey. Tea, Coffee, Spices, Catsup, Sauce, Pickles. Jams and Jellies. Breakfast Cereals. 1 Try our Table Butter Island, Call fornla or New Zealand. Ring up Telephone 6S0 give U3 a tnai. Prompt delivery to any part or tne ciiy. I -