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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAT IS, 1S99.
Wheels rented at the Tribune
cy. I. E. Whitman.
A special .sale of trimmed hat?
week at Mr.-;. Hanna's.
There will be no rehearsal of
Amateur Orchestra this week.
mere win be no regular meeting of
the Board of Health this week.
J. F. Morgan offers for
valuable land in Manoa valley.
Honolulu people decline positively to
encourage speculation in theater tick
Cleveland quality has never been
sacrificed for a few dollars. It don
a large consignment ot tresh groc
eries arrived for S. J. halter, Orpheum
Another good house at the Orpheum
last evening to witness the change of
itainier oeer, a tonic as wea as a
beverage. Try it once, you will call
for it again.
DR. POSEY specialist for EYE,
EAR, THROAT and NOSE diseases
The Chamber of Commerce will meet
this afternoon to discuss the Omaha
.Representatives of the Chinese Gov
ernment are spectators at the trial of
the Kahuku rioters.
Horse owners say .they are still won
dering what the Jockey Club race pro
gramme is to be like.
1 ne I'acnic import Co. aviii hold a
special hosiery sale froai 10 o'clock till
12 a. m. on Friday, May 19th.
I he adjourned me-eting of the
Chamber of Commerce will be held to
day at 11:30 o'clock. See advt.
me lo'jomouve Annexation was
off the track in the railway yards for
a short time yesterday afternoon
There was a rather small erowd for
the Thomas Square band concert last
evening. Showers were frequent.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Union Feed Co. will be held on Satur
day at 11 o'clock a. -m. See advt.
'Publication of an interesting com
munication from Rev. S. E. Bishop is
of necessity deferred, till toaiorrow
Jas. Quinn's handsome team of sor
rels is broken. One of the animals
died of lockjaw yesterday morning.
J. F. Morgan will sell at public auc
tion on Saturday, May 20th, forty-four
shares of stock in Pioneer .Mill Co.
The play at tho Opera house to-night
will be "A Rag Baby," in which Mr.
Conor and all the rest shine bril
liantly. C. S. Desky reports that satiisfactory
progress is ueing made witn tne con
struction of Kaiulani boulevard. Pa
Much sympathy was expressed about
town yesterday for Gillespie, the inno
cent victim of the shooting on the
S. S. Australia.
It is probable there will be no meet
ing of the Board of Education this af
ternoon. The report of the committee
on select schools is, ready.
Street car business boomed yester
day, and while the new drivers had
rush practice, the line patrons had
their patience sorely tried.
After June 1st Mrs. N. H. Zeave,
formerly with N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Co., will occupy the dressmaking
parlors of B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Commissioner Umsted has placed a
number of views of last year's Omaha
Exposition on exhibition in several
show windows on Fort street.
The officers in charge of arrange
ments are quite active in preparing for
the First Regiment outing to Remond
Grove on Saturday and Sunday next.
Secretary Wm. Horace Wright calls
for tenders for furnishing a supper to
be served at the Queen Victoria birth
day ball at the Armory on the 24th.
Marshal Brown has received no of
ficial advices from Hawaii in regard to
the child murders. He has written for
a full report and expects it by the next
Miss Waldorf, the Shakespearean
star, and her company members who
are to continue the tour to the Orient,
are now sight-seeing after their period
of hard work.
Dr. A. Marques has given up his' pro
posed trip to the States for the pres
ent. It may be that the doctor will ul
timately locate at Theosophical Head
quarters in India.
The corrected time table of the Canadian-Australian
Royal Mail S. S.
Co. steamers, coming from Sydney,
Brisbane and Suva, for Victoria and
Vancouver, appears in this issue.
The funeral of the Chiefess Auhea
Kekauluohi was held yesterday after
noon from the residence on Punchbowl
street. It was largely attended by
friends and relatives of the deceased.
B. II. Wright has been commissioned
a first lieutenant of the N. G. H. and
appointed adjutant of the second bat
talion of the First Regiment, vice the
former adjutant, resigned and retired.
E. Allen Sherman was charged with
gross cheat in the police court yester
day morning. His request that he bo
allowed one week to prepare his de
fense was granted. Sherman has been
unable to secure $300 bail.
A dividend will oe due and payable
to stockholders of the Waimanalo Su
gar Co., at the office of Wm. G. Irwin
fc Co.. Ltd.. on Saturday next. The
stock books of the Waimanalo Co. will
be closed to transfers from
lo the 20th inclusive.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, H. I., May 17, 1S09.
NAME OF STOCK.
Capital i Pari
Paid. Val ;
C. Brevier A Co
Haw. At. Co
Hawaiian .Sr.-ar Co...
Kihei Plan. Co, .(. as-:
Kona isug-ir Co. Af.
I'd. Tip (
" " " Paid upi
Paanhaa Sug. Plan. Co
Waialua Ajr Co. a.. (
r " " id.np(
Wilder 3. 8. Co
Inter Island 8. 8. Co...
.Haw'n Elect. Co
Hon. Kpd Trar.. A L Co
Kona-Kau Tel A Telt-
g'h Co ltd
Mutual Telephone Co..
Makaha Cof. Co. L. as.
., " Paid up
O. R. A L. Co
Haw'n Gov't b per ct..
Haw'n Gov't 5 per ct..
Haw'n G. Pot-t Savings
4lA Ier ct
O. It. Jfc Ii. Co
W0 -.. 300
I'' vIJO 22
100 410 4 -'5
50 IS 17
100 10 11
10" 2"J.i 300
2) 21'4 22
li U 200
1"0 i 440
10" l'.0 2W
10 175, 1U0
100 ,. . .
ioo ; ieo
25' j 30
....! 10 '....
Notice Honokaa stock is now of a
par value of $20. New stock issues today.
Session Sales $1000 Hawaiian Gov
ernment G's. $102.
Outside Sales Reported One hun
dred Mutual Telephone, $15.50; 10
Oahu, $297.50; 25 Hawaiian Sugar,
$220; 25 Pioneer Mill, $430.
Quotation Changes Thirty-one.
Ten Dollars Awarded.
Yesterday in the Circuit Court the
jury returned a verdict for $10 damages
in each of the cases of M. Fernandez
vs. D. J. L. Mattos and F. R. Silva vs.
D. J. L. Mattos. malicious nrosecution.
he suit was brought for $10,000 dam
IF YOU WANT to have a good
laugh go to the ORPHEUM tonight.
The Only Place
is to deal with the
DIRECT : IMPORTERS.
s. Sachs iiii Goods Co.
IF YOU LOVE your wife take her to
the ORPHEUM tonight.
The New England Steam Baking &
Candy Co., Hotel street, manufacture a
full line of bread, pastrj-, cake, ice
creams, sherbets, water ices, frozen
drinks, hand made chocolates, cream
candies and crytalized fruits.
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
MAPS OF HONOLULU, UNMOUNT
ed, 50 cents each. Maps of Hawaiian
Islands, unmounted, 50 cents each, fly
Hawaiian Gazette Co., Von Holt Block,
-King Street. 5144
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 S6 feet on Kukui street,
with a northern boundary of about 103
o o o
BUSINESS BLOCKS are now being
erected on the opposite corner and on
the property on Fort street adjoining
o o o
TWO COTTAGES now on the prop-
ertj' 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.
WHAT'S YOUR SHOE PRICE?
WHATSOEVER YOU AY A NT
In the way of SHOES, never doubt our ability to fi: both
us simply a matter of k
purse and foot;
price and width
It isn't possible to give hotter shoe service
We can suit everybody; we wouldn't be
knowing your size,
that w give.
If we couldn't, and we give as big value
$2.50 and $3.00, as we give for $5.00.
Likely that's the reason we're selling so
Women's $2.50 and $3.00 shoes just now.
in proportion for
many Men's and
Shoe Co., L'd.
of the Big SH
I fill 1HE
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 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 r:e do.
We hare no photos for sale. Photo
printing done by us In cloudy weather.
Work always ready when promised.
Offer this week
the latest in
at lowest prices.
COR. KING & FORT STS.
A L.AIIGJC OF
10 VAltDS 81.
FRESH STOCK JUST RECEIVED I
Ex Australia. A La Line
In All Sizes.
Just In Time For The Tournament.
Re-Stringing : Tennis : Rackets
Our Facilities for this work are un
equalled outside of the factories.
Work tlie Best.
A large line of
312 Fort St.,
Theo. H. Da vies & Co
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of
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PAINTS AND OILS.
GENERAL PLANTATION S0PPL1ES.
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty
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We Are Displaying in Our Window
IOO Japanese Rugs
AT- $1.00 EACH,
IN UNIQUE DESIGNS
AT 23C. YAKD.
THE LATEST IN
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voice of mo?t select stock of T
illlnery g Dress Goods
This is delayed shipment of a 0
SPRING OR SUMMER GOODS, U
Of Superb Original Designs.
40 play of
4 A We invite the La .lies of Honolulu to call and see these
40 -enr uoods.
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, Flowers and Oinis.
P. O. BOX Hi
The Milwaukee PnnctniE
AS RESILIENT AS ASY TIRE HAM
Pau : Puncture : PHilia.
Model 15 Beebe Bicycles at S30. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Alodel 17, price 535, with improvements.
Model 19 at 540, wita a 1 the latest improvements.
Model 25 at ?45, 30 in. wheel.
Repairs that are reoairs at the old reliable
231 KING STREET, where the latest is on tap.
A new line of JEWELRY con
sisting of Watches, Chain Bracelets, Pins, Buttons, etc.
Also very handsome EMBROIDERY Cushion
Covers, DAINTY CENTER PIECES, DOYLIES,
and many other SILK GOODS at reasonable Prices.
CODE ELFELT PEAS.
CODE ELFELT HAMS.
VAN CAMP'S PORK AND BEANS.
CODE ELFELT TABLE FRUITS.
PALACE TABLE FRUITS.
SALT MACKEREL AND HERRLMX
soops 001 Shoving son
In fact everything necessary to the housewife.
All to be found at the :
ORPHEUM GROCERY. - -, - S. J. SALTER,