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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 6. 1899.
) art, Schaffner and iarx. 11 3H 3 -MANUFACTURERS OF- Fine Clothing. C BKTIFICATJ3 OF GUARANTEE: We hereby authorize every Dealer in our Goods to make the following Guarantee in our name: We guarantee each garment made by Hart, Schaffner & Marx and bearing the label H. S. & M. to be free from imperfections in material and workmanship, to'be sewed throughout with pure dye silk, tailored by skilled workmen and made of dependable cloth, thoroughly sponged and shrunk. Should any II. S. & M garment prove un satisfactory and not as above represented it may be returned and the money will be refunded. tea I i 15 m 1 S1 Hart, Schaffner 11 1 M. flcINERNY, m AGENT, Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association's ::budw -oo- Two Carloads of this FAMOUS BEER FOR SALE BY I iiacKie I 1 O RIGHT'S VILLA abb I LA Surf Bathing Surf Boating. A few choice Rooms can be had with board. TWO LARGE LANAIS J. P. HAYWARD Manager. - - H. E. McINTYRE & BRO. East Corner Fort and King Streets. importers and dealers in Groceries, Provisions and Feed General Agents for the Sanitarium Brand of Health Foods. o o o New and Fresh Good3 Received by Every Packet from California Eastern States and European Markets. Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Island Trade Solicited. p. o. BOX 145. : : TELEPHONE 92. I'M i m m m m ten & Marx, Chicago. 5 Honolulu. just to hand, m Facing the Ocean for TELEPHONE 064.. m 1 EISER HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. MR. JOE MARSDEN The Citizen is Now at the Resort Carlsbad. Taking tho Waters Has Traveled Extensively Art Music Scenery Return. By the steamer Coptic Wray Taylor J received a long leiter from Josepn Marsden, who was at Carlsbad April 12th, drinking the famous waters there, without ever using a stick. It is evident that genial Joe does not miss many points of interest dur ing his travels judging from the num ber of places he mentions having visit ed. On leaving Rome he spent two days in Florence, and the picture gal leries there wre a great attraction to him, said to be the finest in Italy. From there he journeyed to Genoa, where he visited the San Felice, one of the largest theatres in Europe, and heard a tenor who possesses a most wonderful voice. From Genoa he went to Turin and took a trip on a railway that runs up a mountain side, and had a .splendid view of the Alps. Mont Blanc, Jungfrau and St. Bernard were all in plain sight. His next stop ping place was Milan, where he went to the La Scala and eard Meyerbeer's Huguenots. Leaving Milan he next took in Lucerne, and had a steamer trip on the most beautiful lake in the world. Paris was reached on March 5, and it was while here that Joe had a very severe attack of the grippe, but at the time of writing he had entirely recovered and felt himself again. On April 1st he left Paris and stopped at Nuremberg, quaint and picturesque old town. He walked all over it and de scribes it as a delightful place and very old-fashioned. He took lunch at a well-known restaurant called the Bratwurst Glocklien, and partook of some of the famous Bratwurst saus ages and sauerkraut, washing all down with pints of the celebrated Bavarian beer. Joe was next to' be found at Pilsen where he took a glass or two (probably more) of the well known Pilsener beer. When last heard of he was at Carlsbad drinking the waters, taking the prescribed course which runs from four to six weeks. He de scribes Carlsbad as a very pretty place, situated in a narrow .valley with a cmill rivpp rnnninc through it. The town is built on both sides of the river, extending up the sides of the hills. After this he will return to Paris, then London and probably reach San Fran cisco sometime in July. OPPORTUNITY MADE KEHEI. To obtain wealth needs, simply, the ability' to 'recognize opportunities to tniro nflvnntasrft of them. "Great men should think of opportunity and not time. Time is the excuse of feeble and puzzled spirits." Opportunities exist everywhere, but the number of really great opportunities is always propor tionately small and these are always taken tin bv the men who have not only brains, but who act quickly and have courage. Pretty much all of the weai- thv neonle of this country were once poor and they have prospered by tak ing advantage of opportunities, in Honolulu today, are all the evidences of the advanced American rustler and energy. To be much account in the nrocession a man has to keep pretty close to the band wagon. Now-a-days a bicycle is much like a revolver was, in thp "wild and woolv west." when wanted it was wanted very badly. Von mav have onnoftunitv to ride to wealth. The Pacific Cycle & Mfg. Co in the Ehlers building, on Fort street, have very trusty and inexpensive steeds in the Crescent and Remington bicycles. Provide yourself now as they must close out their present stock at the lowest of prices to make necessary room for a carload of Sterlings now in transit. When Kehei sugar stock was floated brains and quickness seized the opportunity, their bicycles were handy, were used, and they succeeded in get ting in on the ground floor. If you want not a cheap bicycle, but a high grade bicycle cheap call upon them. Central Union Music. Music by choir of Central Union church on Sunday, May 7. Anthem How lovely are Thy dwell ings Spohr. . . . Response "Now the shades of night are gone" Baumbach Offertory "Jesus, Lover of my soul" Tours Miss Edith Preston. EVENING. Anthem "The soft Sabbath Calm" Barnby Anthem "Call to remembrance" Novello Response In Thee I put my stead- - fast trust Limpus Offertory Viola Solo, selected Mr. J. W. Yarndley. Choir rehearsal in the church at 7 o'clock sharp this evening. A full at tendance requested. STOP AT THE OWL LUNCH WAGON and take home a Hot Chicken Tarn ale. The Popular I'iay House. There will be a change of program tonight at the Orpheum. By special re quest the farce which has been so suc cessful, "A Night at the Arlington." will be continued. All the artists will change their specialties. Mr. I)u Bell will furnish a unique performance on the high wire stretched from the roof of the Orpheum to the tower of the fire station this afternoon. Regular children's matinee at 2 p. m. Saturday, May 13th. an entirely new company will be introduced. It will be headed by Marie D. Wood, the Califor nia song bird. HONOLULU m AND BAR INFIRMARY Will open for. treatment of patients on June 11th next. 3rd Floor Model Block: NEXT PROGRESS HALL. Corner Beretania and Fort Streets. TRUSTEES Robt. Lewers, Esq., president; J. II. Hackfeld, B. F. Dil lingham, Thos. Hobron, L. C. Abies, E. Mott-Smith, secretary and treasurer. 'SURGICAL STAFF Dr. Sloggett and Dr. Andrews. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Dr. Sloggett will remove his offices to the third floor Model Block, on June 1st next. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. fill! OPERA II FAREWELL DAY ! Saturday, May 6th, THE YOUNG AMERICAN ACTRESS JANET WALDORF ooo AUTINEE TODAY: CAMILLE. THIS EVENING: ROMEO, AD JULIET. Matinee prices 50c and 75c; children zoc. The sale of Reserved Seats for all performances is now on at Wall, Nich ols Co. s. HIE HOI BAKERY Gift SUNDAY, MAY 7. 0 2iar:&3r SOUP. Green Turtle. FISH. Fillet of Mullet. Cucumbers. Olives ENTREES. English Hare Pie. Ox Tongue with Split Peas Cheese Fondu. VEGETABLES. Sweet Potatoes, Boiled Rice, Mashed Potatoes. Stuffed Tomatoes. Spinach. ROAST. Turkey. Chestnut Stuffing. Sirloin Beef, Yorkshire Pudding. PASTRY. Blackberry and Apple Pie. Assorted Cakes. DESSERT. Nuts, Raisins, Bananas, Oranges. Pineapple Sherbet. Tea. Coffee, Ice Tea, Lemonade. Dinner from 5 to 7 p. m., 50 cents. A 1W Sugar Factors AND- Commission Merchants JUDD BUILDING. WEAK MEX Ar.d women those lacking in enerrv and vigour, wiU find Elec tricity, a? applied by the jrrcat American in vention. "Dr. Pierce's Electric Belt." a won derful restorative. gXF Send for a free copyof ournew t-Eook No. 2." Address P icrra CIflMin Pn 620 Market St. Li it t u 10 vv. a an Francisco. Calumet ("sr) GRADE J Baking Ponder ALEXANDER MUU UttLLMt in Jm A Light Mild Beer Is a good thing to tie to it is a household necessity. Perhaps you have never tried Rainier Beer Every home should have it the whole family would enjoy it. For sale by all Wine and Liquor Dealers. New Booksl Just Received fcy the Mariposa Cuba and Porto Rica. Strong Hearts. Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow. Coming of Love. Sinking of the Merrimac. In Cuba with Shafter. McTeague, And a large number of others In cloth and paper. 9 o o o A few works just to hand for Pro fessor Rolfe's University Extension Course of Lectures. ' Twice Told Tales. Kidnapped. The Scarlet Letter. Nature Addresses and Lectures. The Fortunes of the Republic. Poems from the writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Books and Libraries by James Rus sell Lowell. ooo THOS G. THRUM Commission Merchants 03 Hawaiian and Imported live stock, vehicles and harness of every descrip tion bought, sold and exchanged on commission. HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO., Corner Alakea and Queen streets, 3Io nolulu. W. S. WITHERS, Manager. THE BEST. OO Beet is cheapest in the end. The Cleveland, quality considered, is the best bicycle to buy. -OO II 1 209 HOTEL STREET. Telephone 903. J. R. Shaw, D.V.5. Office and Infirmary, - - 863 King St. TELEPHONE 796. Modern and Hurrane Treatment. Jf? Desks! Desks! Desks! We have received a large consign ment of desks, chairs and office special ties per tho bark "Martha DaTla." which will be placed on tho market at San Francisco prices, plus the freight, etc Sale now open at our ware-rooms on Queen Street. nimn. QUEEN STREET. Telephone 31S. THE HAWAIIAN IRON FEKSQ AND MONUMENTAL CO. Are prepared to clean and polls!! marbles of all kinds, euch as irasfr basins, lavatories, tombstones and marble top tables. Leave your order for this as we are rushed. OOO We would have you compare oat prices In Kenesaw Marble with that of others. This is the only Marble thfit is impervious to liquids and will stain or rust in this climate. We sell a great deal of this marble wainscottins and interior work. OOO REMEMBER wo can sell you a stong IRON FENCE for the money that you will have to pay for a wood fence. We have some very pretty designs for cemeteries. RISDON IRON WORKS 6an Francisco, California. '''"" ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS PUMPING MACHINERY. HI BOILERS, PLAIN TUBULAR BOILERS, COR LISS ENGINES, CANE CARS, VACUUM PANS. And all Machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills. OFFICE: Room 9, Spreckeis BIocX Honolulu, H. I. Orpheum Cafe Above Orpheum Theatbe, Fort St. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Meals Served at All Hours. ORn ItEGULAR fldli DINNER, From 12 Till 2 o'clock. 25c FAMILY DINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TABLES RESERVED FOR LADTT53. WHITE LABOR EXCLUSIVELY. C. T, COW, Manager, SEATTLE 8 ESS AT THE The Silent Barter Shop When in need of a good, clean shsr by expert artists, with sharp toota vilt the SILENT BARBER SHOP. Ladies' Boot-Black Stand In rear of shop. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Propr. Arlington Block, Hotel Street. . HLTSTACE & CO., DEALERS IN Wood and Coal ALSO White and Black Sand Which we will aell at the Tery i market rates. Telephone No. 414. Consolidoted m w irks Go. LIMITED. Cspl&n&de, Cor. Allm md Fort tSa. X20LLMTER & CO.. - - Robert Lewers. F. J. Lowrey. C. M. Oooks LEWERS & COOKE. Importers and Dealers In Lumber and Building Materials. Office, 414 Fort St. M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS. Wholesale Grocers and Dealers In Leather tci Shoe Findings. Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com pany, Honolulu, and Tannery. CRITERION SALOON