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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY S, 1899.
11 1 ) f ! i K Si y i W -i I .f -1 V. I f ; St - LOCAL BREVITIES. Orpheum tonight. Queen Dowager Kapiolani has been iuite ill for several days. ine Tribune, a gentleman's wheel, in either black or blue enamel. W. M. Giffard is to soon leave for the States to be absent several months. It is the intention to start up Oahu plantation's big nine-roller mill today. Two experienced plowmen are want ed. Apply, Gear, Lansing & Co., Judd building. It is more than likely that Edward Pollitz. the broker, will arrive by the Australia. Honest material, hon5t workman ship, keep Clevelahds at the head of the procession. .4 Rev. Wm. M. Kincaid, pastor of Cen tral Union, has about decided to spend his vacation in Japan. The Janet 'Waldorf Company will probably give a couple of performances at Hilo on a guarantee. B. V. Ehlers & Co. announce a few of their numerous bargains to be of fered the public this week. The S. S. Garonne will sail for Seat tie and Tacoma via Hilo on Tuesday, May 9th, at 5 o'clock p. m. The street crowds of Saturday even ing last were the largest since the first transports for Manila were nere. W. H. Babbitt, of the Oahu college faculty, has received the sad news of the death of his sister, a young lady of 16. Officers of the Thirteenth Infantry, IT. . A., have been handsomely enter- toinwi at tho rini iT the officers of the N. G. H. There was no cricket at the recrea tion grounds on Saturday, but the II. C. C. are arranging to -get together" again soon. A meeting of the Kona Sugar Co., Ltd., will be held on the 17th inst. at 11 a. m., at the office of M. W. McChes- ney & Sons. Casper Whitney's first article on the Islands has been puDiisneu hi xiaiijci a Weekly. There are many handsome il lustrations. . Persons desiring instruction in Eng lish Literature, Elocution, etc., should communicate with Miss Prescott, Queen hotel. The subscription books for the stock of the First American Bank of Hawaii, will open at the office of Cecil Brown this morning. By request, Janet Waldorf will give a special performance on next Thurs day evening. Pygmalion and Galatea will be the bill. Col. Jones and other officers of the N. G. H. visited Remond Grove yester day and marked out the camp for the First Regiment outing. J. F. Morgan will sell at public auc tion, on Thursday, May 11th, three wooden buildings on Merchant street, adjoining Judd building. A special meeting of Nahiku Sugar Co., Ltd., will be held on the loth inst. at the Chamber of Commerce rooms, at 2 p. m. for the election of officers. The regular meeting of Pacific Lodge No. 822 will be held this Monday even ing at 7:30 o'clock. Work in the sec ond degree will also be conferred. British residents are called to meet at the Waverley club this evening to arrange for proper celebration of the birthday of Her Majesty, Victoria. J. J. Williams now has the best col lection extant of photographs and crayons of rulers of Hawaii and mem- ibere of the -royal families or tne Islands. During the 'past ten days several small robberies have been committed at the Healani and Myrtle boat houses. Boys who play in the neighborhood are suspected. The new tenders for the police sta tion addition are as follows: E. B. Thomas, $6S49; Wm. Dunbar, $9300; C. H. Patzig, 9S90. E. B. Thomas gets the contract. Rev. Chas. M. Hyde and Mrs. Hyde have taken quarters at Waikiki pend ing the arrival of the Gaelic, when they proceed to the coast for a visit of several months. Judge J. W- Kalua's small kuleana at the head of Iao valley has been pur chased by the Government in order to secure water right for the Wailuku and Kahalui system. Photographers desiring to obtain an entirely new and a very excellent gen eral view of Honolulu are recommend ed to try for the same from Rocky hill, near Punahou college. There was an affray between a na tive and a Portuguese at the corner of Beretania and Punchbowl streets Sat urday evening. The native received quite a severe scalp wound. The Hilo Herald has a theory that typhoid fever in that town is caused by seepage from cane fields fertilized with bone meal and says that the remedy is in the hands of the Govern ment. Mrs. Connor wishes to inform her Bumerous patrons she has secured a lady of superior ability, late of Chica go and San Francisco, to take charge of her millinery department, where the Tery latest creations in millinery can "be seen. Retrimming artistically done. Commodore George Beckley, of the Kinau, will be at home on .board his Tessel at Wilder's wharf today. It will be a joint celebration of the anniver eary of his own birth, which occurred last week, when at Hilo, he was given a big reception, and that of Miss Jnanita, his charming little daughter; just in the teens, whose birthday is on this date. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, II. I., May 6, 1S99. NAME OF STOCK. Capital ; Par Paid. iVal Bid. Ask el MERCANTILE. C. Brewer A Co SUGAR. American Appeasable; " " "....Paid uj,f Ewa...; Hamos Haw. Ac. Co Hawaiian Sagar Co.... Honomu Horokaa Haiku Kattukn Kihei Plan. Co. M, as? pu.up Kipahula; Koioa Kona Sagar Co. A?s. 1 ' Pel. up ( Maunalei Sag. Co. as-) 4 " Paid npj Oahu Onomea Ookala , Olowala Paauhau Sag. Plan. Co Paciflc Paia Pepeekeo.. Pioneer WaialuaAgr Co. as?. W aianae Wailuku Waimanaio Wairaea steamship cos. Wilder S. S. Co Inter Island S. S. Co... MISCELLANEOUS. Haw'n Elect. Co Hon. Kpd Tran. & L Co Mutual Telephone Co.. Makaha Cof. Co. L. ass. ., " Paid up.... O.R.AL. Co BONDS. Haw'n Gov't 6 per ct.. Haw'n Gov't 5 per ct.. Haw'n G. Post Savings 4H per ct O. R. fc L. Co 1,000,000! 750,000 2,l.,um; 175,000' 500.000; 1,400.000: 300,000 1,000,000! 500,000; 5A,OW l,500.00o! 160 000 3W,000 ! 180.000 900,000 10O.UO0 2,400.0ii i,oju,ooo. 600,000' 150,000j 500,000: 750,000 750,000' l,125,O00 l,500,OOo' 6S.000i 700,000 252,000; 125,000i 500,000? 500,000 225,000' 20,000 ! 139,000 I 31.000 2,C0O,000 GO van 0 100' 1001 li0 100' lOui 100 . . . . 1"0 .... 100 looessu' ioo; 100 ir.o 50 15i 50' j too I 100' 1 100. ...1 100! 100" 100' 10O; iou j.-.- 2 )f 20, 23 J 100! j 40, AZM 100 ! i 100: j 100 ' ! ' 425 ....! 112 165 171 v2 22-2 i 2i6 "195 SO 143 21 12 100'. 101 . 100 . 10O., 100 . 10n!. 100,. 1001. 100 . 100! 100 . 100' 4"0 190 15 160 200 150 103: HAT'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. We 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 $3.00. Likely that's the reason we're selling so many Men's and Women's $2.50 and $3. 00 shoes just now. Session Sales Five Waialua, paid up. $172.50; 40 Kihei, $15.50. Outside Salecs Reported Forty-six Oahu, $270; 5 Pioneer Mill, $420; 20 Hawaiian Agricultural, $275; 50 Amer ican Sugar, assessable, $5G. Quotation Changes Twenty-five. A. 13. Wood expects to return to the btates by the Miowera today. The famous Jesse Moore, from the Blue Grass region of Kentucky, is in town. Call at Lovejoy's, and be made acquainted with him. MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Service delirer messages and packages. Tel. 378. . DRY GQQD8 &9 ITP The Only Place TO SECURE D. 1 is to deal with the DIRECT : IMPORTERS. AT KERR'S. Economy in these times is the watchword of success and those prud ent mothers and housewives are going to Kerr's for table linen, sheetings and the like, that they may need while they send their daughters to get one or two of those beautiful shirtwaists that are being sold at half the value amd former price, which even then was cheap. T HE- BEST VALUES FOR THE LEAST MONEY. - s. saons Df! Goods Co. LIMITED. Direct Importers. BUSINESS For THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR sale the valuable property on the north corner of Fort and Kukui streets, be ing a portion of the Phillips property, and having a frontage of 124 feet on Fort street and 86 feet on Kukui street, with a northern boundary of about 109 feet. o o o 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 erty bring in a present income, but the property is the most valuable for bus iness sites in the growing business portion of Fort street. Further particulars of HARRY ARMITAGE. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.; L'd. Sign o-F -tho Bio: FORT STREET. Silhouette Photography IS IV ALL THE Ml ooo pa AN FORT STREET. S Do you want to learn how to make SILHOUETTE PHOTOS? If j-ou do step in our store and we will take pleasure in teaching you the art. We have a complete line 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 yre do. We have no photos for sale. Photo printing done by us in cloudy weather. Work always ready when promised. Offer this week the latest in Shirt Waists AND una at lowest prices. ooo- -ooo if 81 1 I COR. KING & FORT STS. A LARGE IjINE OF Check Ginghams 10 YARDS 1. o- IPGAN Telephone 889. . TENNIS bALLb FRESH STOCK JUST RECEIYED! ok TENNIS RACKETS Ex Australia. W 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. Work the Best. A large line of Sporting Prices Reasonable. II. nrnnoM I'EMOU 312 Fort St., Telephone 565. Goods. NEW LINE OF Yamatoya's Shirts and Pajamas Of Silk, Linen, Cotton, Crape and Woo STYLISII WHITE AND COL'D GOLF SHIRTS, FAXCY SILK GOODS, ETC., AT REASONABLE PRICES. dq n ooo I Hotel Street nd Doale Robinson Block. Theo.H.Davies&Co LIMITED- Merchants and Commission Agents, Beg to call the attention of the trade to their complete line of C : Mil : Mi! : fl PAINTS AND OILS. GENERAL PLANTATION SDPPUES. A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings. GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty III Iga,a,li.vLrQLSi3a,-uL Street 4- 4-4- 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- A. 71 JUST ARRIVED! A Large Shipment of White Sheetings FOR SINGLE AND DOUBLE BEDS White Pillowcase Cotton, 36 Inch White Cotton and Cambrics. .... ALL STANDARD QUALITIES. ooo 90 : INCH : MOSQUITO : BETTING. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, At Greatly Reduced Prices. . -grt X ooooo oooooVooo oooooo rrfi nn fjca ra jit m n wm Y a ss 111 . fen K H lean -St yi T A4 O - - f 1 A V Sw8 S -0 0 i Mill to Has just received Ex S. -G. Martposa, a large in voice of most select stock of ....... . Goods t 4-0 9 4- 0 This is delayed ehipment of a QPPTwn no cnififffD rnnno x Of Superb Original Designs. Our store is filled to overflowiner with O w w w wa. v V VM 9 4" 4-4- 0 0 0 r e invte e Ladies of Honolulu to call and see these' 0 HOTEL STREET. ARLINGTON BLOCK. V rvmiioifn Pnilnr llnfa nnnnnfn o T A n n ri 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n ! 1 1 a nimnm SwiiifMiWtlw w Mil V I ' IIMIV lWllllWIW Tinn TrimmJnfn rimitrvn nnJ AhmimmIi mm niiiiiiins, rmm quo uwiro. T OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOWV 4-4-4- xmmMku, JJ BAIfeEYW P.O. US. TEL BOX 441 TEL. 398. Tfae Milwankee Pnnctare Proof Tire. AS RESILIEKT iS AKY TIRE MADE Pau : Puncture : Pillkia. M Honolulu cm SOLE AGENTS. Model 15 Berbe Bicycles at S30. Satisfaction guaranteed. Model 17, price $35. with improvements. Model 19 at 540, witi a I the latest improvements. Model 25 at S45, 30 In. wheel. Repairs that are repairs at the old reliable 231 KING STREET, ,where;the latest Is on tap. "Don't Be a Clam" OR EVEN A CLAM CHOWDER When you can get them and other table delicacies at S. J. SALTER'S NEW GROCERY! ORPHEU3I BIOGK. 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, Chickea and Turkey. Tea, Coffee, Spices, Catsup, Sauce, Pickles. Jams and Jellies. ! Breakfast Cereals. Try our Table Butter Island, Call fornla or New Zealand. Ring up Telephone 680 give us a trial. Prompt delivery to any part of the city. 1 7 v 75 , . - r. - -