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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, May 16, 1899, Image 5

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY
HONOLULU EYE AND EAR
INFIRMARY
Will open for treatment of patients on
June 1st next.
3rd Floor Model Block.
NEXT PROGRESS HALL.
Corner Beretania and Fort Streets.
TRUSTEES Robt. Lewers, Esq.,
president; J. II. Hacfcfeld, B. F. Dil
lingham, Thos. Hobron, L. C. Abies,
E. Mott-Smith, secretary and treasurer.
SURGICAL STAFF Dr. Sloggett
tind Dr. Andrews.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Dr. Sloggett will remove his offices
to the third floor Model Block, on June
1st next.
Castle & Cooke,
LIMITED.
LIFE AND FIRE
AGENTS FOR
lew Enoiond Muluol Life losciorcece
OF BOSTON.
in fjr inoiiee ciasn
OF HARTFORD.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. XOLTE, Prop.
First-Class Lunches Servd
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water,
Ginger Ate or Milk. Open
from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m.
Bmokers' Requisite a Specialty.
HAWAII SHINPO SHA. o
THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINTING OFFICE.
The publishers of "Hawaii Shinpo."
The only daily Japanese paper pub
lished in the Islands.
EDITOR M. TAKAHASHI.
PROPRIETOR C. SHI0Z4WA.
Office: Nuuanu avenue, above Bere
tania. 5215
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: PAL AM A RESIDENCE
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Easy Terms. Good Lots.
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NOW BYOOB CHANCE
If you ever had any idea
of indulging in the luxury cf
a fine Chiffonier. The special
offerings in Mahogany and
Oak bring the prices of the
very richest furniture made
down within every body's
reach. Surely the prices we
are quoting now will meet
with your approval.
THE REASON we
talk so strongly about
FANCY CARVED
PARLOR CHAIRS
is because tliev are
the latest Eastern styles. You
should not. fail to see them.
Way back last NovemVer
we received a sample lot of
L
ORd TOILET TABLES.
It is needless to
say they did not last a week.
By the Australia, on May 11,
we received a large shipment
of these Desks and Tables.
These are of elegant designs
and have a beautiful finish.
Everv ladv should have one
of these Desks.
Leading FnrnitutfDealers,
KING & BETHEL STS.
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Om Saturday,
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SHE IS IN ANGER
Stevenson's Widow Talks
of Samoan Affairs.
A Warm Sympathizer With the Islanieis.
Scores Two Nations and
Justice Chambers.
LONDON, May 2. Robei t Louis Ste
venson's widow has written a :er.tei co
the Westminster Gazette from Func'.iai.
Madeira, on the bombardment of Sa
moan villages by British r-.Lil An?erican
warship?.
Mrs. Stevenson says: '-presidenc
McKinley allowed no fir.i.g on Cuban
towns unless they gave ictive cause of
offense, and Commodore Watson v.a?
ordered not to attack undefended Span
ish cities-. Does the President kei?i".
his humanity for civilized countries
alone?"
Mrs. Stevenson deo'ares th it thv Sa
moan villages are inhabiied iu time of
war by non-combatants, ";ho have to
choose between the saells cf the wor
ships and "taking to the bush." Under
such conditions, -sue says, -'elicate
women can hardly exit. v. lr'b chiidiea
die like flies.
Mrs. Steve Eso:is lector concludes as
follows: "Chief Justice Chambers has
been represented n;; saying in a lefler
to his brother, 'Inever was happier.'
He must be a person singularly devoii
of imagination if he ever pictured to
himself the scenes being enaere-il :n :he
bombardment of -those villages; the ex-
I odus of panic-stricken people rushing
hither and thithvr; shells burs-tin.;
everywhere, the cries of bedridden and
hapless wounded people burning aliv?
in their blazing houses; women in th-?
pangs of childbirth, mangLsd children
crawling on the sands, the sea be Core
them and the bush behind them. And
we read that the woods also were
shelled. Who is to be held accountable
for these de-edsthat disgrace both'Eng
land and America?"
BOOK-BINDING COLORS.
A bookseller has been telling Litera
ture that the color of the binding has
a great deal to do with the success of
a book. Red books sell. The great mass
of bookbuyers, of course excluding,
the few who really know something
about books, judge by appearances.
Drab and gray and brown books are
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AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
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not inviting to look upon, and they do
not sell easily. Green makes a better
showing and books in blue will gener
ally find a buyer, but red books have
always the best sales. Terhap?, after
all, it is not a bad p'.an when you know
no:hing of the book you are buying to
buy it because of its color. Color is
always essentially suggestive. Red is
bright, warm and good to look upon,
and it is well that the binding of books
in dvab should be discouraged.
FLOWER CLOCK.
The Opening and Closing of the Flow
ers Tells the Time of Day.
The phenomenon of certain species
of flowers opening and clewing at parti
cular hours has been utilized by an
J Ohio landscape gardeaer to add a
unigue decoration to the grounds or
John D. Rockefeller's country seat at
Tarrytown. It consists of a flower bed
which can be used as a clock. . The
bed is circular and divided into twelve
parts. Each part contains a figure
composed cf a flower which opens or
closes at the corresponding hour. Thus
the 2 space is occupied by a II made
of hawkseed, which closes at 2 P. M.
precisely. The hands, of course, are
stationary and merely ornamental.
They are composed of the common
yellow da delion, which opens at 5:30
A. M. and closes at 8:30 P. M. They
points to arrangements of flowers re
presenting these figures.
There has been no difficulty in find
ing flowers to suit the various hours,
and in some cases th.e figure has been
made up of more than one flower.
Among those that have been used are
the snow thistle, that closes at 1 P.
M; the sow thistle, that opens at 5 A.
M. and begin to close at 11, but does
not fully close until noon; the yellow
goat's beard, which opens at 4 A. M.
and closes at 4 P. M. with such accu
racy that in some of the poorer dis
tricts of Scotland where there are no
clocke the children are dismissed from
school by ii; the blue chicory, which
opens ot 4 A. M., turns white at sun
rise and closes at noon; the morning
glory, pnppy, waterlily, mmpernal, and
marigold opening at 5 A. M., 7 A. M., S
A. M., and 9 A. M., respectively; the
star of Bethlehem, which closes at 11;
passion flower, which opens at noon,
the beauty of the night, which opens
at 5 P. M.,the evening primrose, winch
opens at C; he white lychnis, opening
at G, .and the blue convolvulus at 2 A.M.
This clock is so arranged that from
a distance it looks like an ordinary
flower bed, but on close inspection no
ne could mistake it for anything other
than what it is.
LOTS AT AUCTION
33 Queen Stieet,
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16, 1899.
HOME BAKERY
and CAFE.
Tho Only First Class American
Restaurant in tho City.
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CAFE open from
:- 6 A. M. TILL MIDNIGHT.
BUSINESS LUNCH, from 11 a. m
till 2p.m 25 Cents.
DINNER, from 5 to 7 p. m.
50 Cents.
Ice Cream Parlors
IN CONNECTION.
Bread, Cakes, Etc., delivered to
any part of the city free.
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527-529 Fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
HONOLULU.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
SUGAR FACTORS
-AGENTS R)IJ-
Tha Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Ca.. Lnu
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
The Onomea Sugar Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 8u Inrtu
o.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. P. Blake Steam Pumj.
Weston's Centrifugals.
The New England Mutual Lit lc
,nce Co., of Boston.
Tho Aetna Fire Insurance Co.,
Sartford, Conn.
Tho Alliance Assurance Co..
ion.
CEHTEMAL BEST
AND
terliM Flour.
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WASHINGTON FEED CO.
SOLE AGENTS
CORNER FORT ;.ND QUEEN STS.
Telephone 422.
MAPS,' MAPS, MAPS, of Honolulu,
just Issued by the Hawaiian Gazette
Co., von Holt Block, King street. Se
cure one before they are all gone. 60
cents each.
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JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer
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PLAN OF LOTS OF
J. Emmeluth Estate
(L. C. A. 4034 to R. G. Davis.)
Situate at Kapalama, Honolulu,
Scale, 40 ft. to 1 inch.
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MR. ARTHUR X. SANFOJID
a graduate of the Phila-
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and all work will receive his
closest attention. fe.
T7ie accurate fitting of
Glasses to correct all errors of b
refraction icill continue to te
our sjiccial ai7?i, though no;r
of this most necessary tcork vill b
suffer from the sligJitcst negUct, J
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complicated leiises in our oca b
uorkshopj the advantage to j-mj
of receiving your ql asses within
twenty four hours after receipt b
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