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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, May 06, 1899, Image 8

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 6, 1S99.
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AMERICAN
MESSENGER
SERVICE.
Telephone 444,
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MASONIC TEMPLE.
New Shipment
SILKGOODS.
ALSO
Grass : Cloth, : Handkerchiefs,
Doylies, : Table : Covers.
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SILK SHIRTS, SILK PAJAMAS, ETC
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Handsome Carpets for Hails and
Stairs.
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JAPANESE RUGS. VERY PRETTY
PATTERNS.
A large stock on hand to select
from, at prices that will surprise
you
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S. OZAKI,
WAYERLEY BLOCK - - - HOTEL STEEE1
Ii. KOINGr FEE.
Merchant : Tailor.
C23& Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
SONABLE RATES.
Suits cleaned and repaired,
laction guaranteed.
Satis-
Now
PACIFIC
Everything Crisp With Newness. Daintiest
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Is ii ever ended.
From the cradle
- v to tht rrave femm
Mrs. Nettte Harrison's ine koo1 iooksanc
latest portrait complexion are in
conflict with thei mort2l foes sickness, over
work, trouble and age. Beauty's greatest pro
tective weapon is
LOLA MONTEZ CREME
The prreat skin food and tissue builder. Kradi-
;ates wrinkles and imparts health and softness
to the face. 75c jar lasts 3 months.
4 DAY HAIR RESTORER
isjust what its name implies. Gives back to
?rey or faded hair its natural color in 4 days with
Dut any inconvenience or disagreeable effects
Not a d5e. Price Ji .00.
FACE BLEACH
FRECKLES,
tan, sunburn, moth patches, sallownessand every
discoloration of the skin, rendering it clear as it
was in baby days. Guaranteed harmless. Price
fi.oo. Consultation by mail solicited. Corres
pondence strictly confidential.
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON
DERMATOLOGIST
40-42 Geary St., San Francisco, CaL
J. LAN DO
ODTFITTER MD FURNISHER
Has a new line of
MEH'S AfID BOYS' CLOTHIK
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just in, at prices to suit a!'.
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COLLARS, CUFFS AND TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS
SOCKS, WOOL AND COTTON UNDERWEAR
PAJAMAS; CRASH AND TCOOL BATS
In Endless Varities.
WHITE, GOLF AND STANLEY SHIRTS,
ALPACA COATS, BOYS' KBEE PASTS.
Successor to
L. E. TRACY.
Fort Street, near King.
A NEW PAINT SHOP.
HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH US
Mr. John H. West, a practical House
Painter, Decorator and Wood Polisher,
we are now prepared to give estimates
on all kinds of work in that line.
Mr. West having had a practical ex
perience of over twenty years in San
Francisco and other large cities on the 1
Coast, we feel confident that any work ;
entrusted to us will give entire satis
faction to our patrons.
PF.RRLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO
open with
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PACIFIC
STREET, MODEL BLOCK.
THE
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OLH
Son of a MillMsiie Heie Be
fore tfce last.
SEEKS AH QCEAK CAREER
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Educated for the caiimg-vouns
and Ambitious First Voy-
age a Delight,
One of the crew of the Fort George,
now In port, is the son of a California
I multi-millionaire. His name is Huff
man. When he was a child he fell in
'love with the sea. His father, -who is a
practical man, thought it would be
wiser to let the lad follow his natural
inclination rather than have him live
in elegant leisure or follow a profes
sion. He gave the boy a thorough ed
ucation in all the branches necessary
to the mariner. No expense was spared.
After a time the lad he was but IS
years old then possessed the neces
sary qualifications for a master's cer-
tificate. So much for the theoretical
si(Je of it:
Ymin TTn ffm n n f h pn sh i nr.prl Kofnro
the mast as a plain, ordinary sailor.
He had been taught about loading car
goes, now he had the actual thing.
The courses of the winds and tides had
been explained to him in a comfort
able schoolroom. Now he helped take
in sail in the midst of a driving gale.
He had viewed the sailor's life from
the distance, which always lends en
chantment. He now faced the bare
reality, stripped of all illusion.
Still he kept on. What to a landlub-
r,iM,ro tto woH c.mmv sx Hnm nn i
nf th That wc u .hpTp wnc,
to it.
He has made several voyages now.
His first love is as constant as ever.
No one who sees him down at Brewer's
wharf pitching sugar and handling
tackle would think that he was the Milo3 is to be the guest of Asa Bird
Huffman whose father rolls m gold , .. , , ,
and whose brother is prominent in San Gardner, Dick Croker and Perry Bel
Francisco society and a leader in tnont at the Democratic Club on his
Berkeley fraternity circles. ; next visit to this citv.
"Like it? Certainly," he said as he; "
wiped the perspiration from his brow. I
j aon't look forward to loading sugar
forever, though. I am going back as
sei-uuu miti. i tiit: run u.iwc, t-.v x ,
there was a ring of pride in his voice. Citron of "Vice-President Hobart con
"I should prefer spending a night tinues satisfactory.
5.000
FORT STREET,
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the most complete line
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puj m if imp fe w
IMPORT
iriTnninc before a srale. rather than.
: ?:ran?;t out it is a tncK of nature, you
ikr.ow.
j "As soon as I ge: of age my father
! intends to put enough money into a
i ship so that I can be captain. Then
some day I expect to )e tns commander
of an ocean liner. That is my ambi
tion. Good-bye," he said, as he save
a pull to a hawser with as lusty a
"heave ho" as any of his comrades.
TO ACCOUNT.
Cap:. Coghlan Must Explain to the
Navy Department.
NEW YORK, April 23. A Sun
special from Washington says: The
keenest regret is felt in official circles
over the reported remarks of Capt.
Coghlan, of the Raleigh, at the Union
League Club dinner on Friday night
about German interference at Manila,
The breach threatened between Ger
many and the United States over the
Philippines and Samoan affairs bad
been passed over, and there was every
reason to hope that a feeling of greater
cordiality between the two countries
would result. Out of the negotiations
that resulted in the appointment of the
Samoan Commission had grown a bet
ter understanding, and there was rea
son to believe that Germany would not
again meddle in affairs that concerned
the United States.
Capt. Coghlan has been asked by the
Secretary of the Navy whether he was
correctly quoted in the press accounts
cf his speech at the Union League din-
tier, and on his answer will depend
whatever action the Navy Department
will take. This is the usual course, and
the department felt that it could not
be avoided in Capt. Coghlan's case,
much as Ms services at .Manila are val
ued.
The Administration was verv much
chagrined by statements published in I
today's newspapers that Capt. Coghlan
sang "Hoch Der Kaiser" at Friday
night's dinner. The words of this pro
duction are regarded as even. more of
fensive than the story told by Capt.
Coghlan of German interference in
Manila, which, whatever the offense
against naval regulations m its nar
ration by an officer, at least had the
merit of truth.
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MILES AND CHOKER.
NEW YORK, April 23. General
HOBART'S CONDITION.
TtT A atrTVfTr.V A -rv-ril ? TTi --m
MODEL BLOCK
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Desirable Designs, Truly Hegal in
FEEDS r.OTH
NERYE AflD BRAIN
A riCK-MKUlV
a i:i:stoi:.vtivk.
A LIFK-I'HESEIIVEU,
Those are three good things which
may be found in a bottle of
MINERVA TONIC
This, a phosphorised iron syrup,
containing certain rare restoratives of
acknowledged excellence, will, in the
prescribed doses, restore wasted en
ergy, promote sleep, quicken the ap
petite, build bone and sinew, make
good, healthy blood, and give a tone
to the whole system.
VERY REV. DR. O'HARAN. P. S., to
the Cardinal of Sydney.
MR. HART, F. R. M. S., Lecturer,
Bendigo School of Music.
MR. G. D. CLARK, Grand Lodge of
Good Templars, Sydney.
MR. STUTCHBURY, Senior Clerk H.
M Customs, Newcastle,
and thousands of others, pronounce
Minerva a good tonic, and sure in the
results that are claimed for it.
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The Minerva Co.
MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS AND
FOOD SPECIALISTS. LONDON: 15
and 17 FORE-STREET-A VENUE, E.
C. NEW YORK: KEMPLE BUIX.D
ING, WHITEHALL STREET. SYD
NEY: 56 MARGARET STREET.
GonsalYes & Go,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands for
the Minerva Preparations.
FIRST CLASS
Bicycle Repairing
Done at Very Reasonable
Figures.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
CLEYELABD BICYCLES FOR REKT.
We have a few second hand wheel
which we are selling at cut rate prices.
CITY REPAIR SHOP
E. Jones. R. Clark.
115 Bethel Street. Tel. 101 1.
CIGARS enjoy smoking get cigar
you like. We've a big stock all th
?ood kinds. 2V2c to 50c.
LEWIS & CO.. Grocers
111 FORT STREET.
rlerhoue. 240 : : P. O. Box.
COMPANY.
of Up-to-date
Nj- Ekg&f jjQ
company;
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Wheeler & Wilson
Seyifis Machine.
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Rotary Motion and
Ball Bearings.
THREE TIMES THE VALUE OF
ANY OTHER.
IT SAVES ONE DAY IN THREE.
THE SIMPLEST
SEWING HA
L F. Prescott, Agent
FORT STREET.
Great Reduction!
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At $1.00 Each.
Only fifty left, order one before they
are all gone.
M. R. COUNTER,
Practical Watchmaker
.TEWELEIl A2S'I Ol'TlCIAX.
507 Fort St.
i m. co., Lin
121 Queen Street.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS
ItUiiBER TIRES AND ROLLER
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BEARING AXLES.
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