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TUE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEUTISEK: HONOI.UU". JULY 20. 1S09.
SAM WIDDIFIELD UMHEJE Family Theatre. GOOD 1 899- RAMBLERS -1 899 M5-00 This seems low but we hg.ve just got in another big shipment and we propose to sell twice as many this Summer as ever before so have cut down the price to the lowest point. We offer the same options as before on saddles, pedals, handle bars, etc., and our terms are very easy, only 2.50 per week or less than 36 cents per day which amount you will easily save in car fare and lunch each day. will suit your pocket and they are the same good reliable wTheel they have been for 20 Tears past. Ramblers at $45.00 Made First Lieutenant By General Otis. Assigned to lhs Thirty-Sixth Pejlrrent The Appointment Conf.rraci Cy President McKlnley. WASHINGTON. July 11. The Pres ident today confirmed and commis sioned the officers reeonimendol by General Otis for the Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh Volunteer Regiments new being organized in i!u Philippines. S. 0. Hi II -LIMITED. Golumbia and B ambler Agents Ready Rock Asphalt It is a NON-CONDUCTOR OF HEAT, which, to gether with the fact that it is practically indestructible, particularly recon. mends it for this climate. Call and see it on roof at office. FOR WATER MAINS SEWERS AND ELECTRIC CONDUCTORS. ooo Among the list of thos? assigned to the former regiment appears the nam-? of S. V. Widdlfield. a Honolulu boy. who enlisted in San Francisco in tht First California Uegiment at the out break of the war wi;h Spain. It will be remembered that when the First California's were in this city on their way to Manila that Sam Widdl field, the Turton boys. Hammer and other island boys were made much of. and it is gratifying to add that nothing but good accounts have been received of them since. Lieutenant Widdlfield must have earned his promotion by strict atten tion to duty and soldierlike conduct In general, fcr tho writer is well enough acquainted with Major General Otis to know that he would never recommend an incompetent man to a position of honor and responsibility, such is usual ly enly -attained after years of the dry routine of military service. Lieutenant Widdifield's appolntmen: is not only an honor to himself and the place of his birth, but is a graceful tribute paid by President McKinley and Major (Sencral Otis to the loyalty cf the youth of Hawaii. AGrENTS FOE- CALIF0RNI A CANNERIES CO., LTD. FRUITS AND JELLIES. YITAX DRY BATTERIES, Best in the market. STANDARD BISCUIT COMPANY. HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS. C. F. MACKENZIE & CO. BROOMS, ETC. ETC. ETC. lip Hawaiian Trading Co., Ltd. Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort St. ATTENTION TO l,A,hlFRNIA I!ARX?S.S ri a iiTiTiAii iihiirne SHOP is now prepared to PLANTATION MANAGERS, furnish at short notice all Plantation Supplies. A fall line of goods in oar line at Rock Bottom Prices. We use the Extra Heavy Hames and Best English Chains, Stock and work throughout No. 1. SAMPLE : ORDER : IS : RESPECTFULLY : SOLICITED. PAUL JONES' UK MA INS. WASHINGTON. July 12. Inquiry was recently made at the State De partment in regard to the grave of John Paul Jones, the great naval hero of Revolutionary days, who died in Paris on July 18. 17S2. He was hurled there with the highest honors by the French government, but it appears that the present location of his grave is not known. The Secretary of State recently addressed a letter to Henry Vignaud of the United States Embas sy, m Paris, asking wnetner tne grave of John Paul Jones in Paris is known and marked. He has received a reply from Mr. Vignaud. saying that, al though he has made earnest and fre quent inquiries of the city authorities in regard to the matter, he has been unable to discover the whereabouts of the grave. One thing established by his inquiries, however, he says, is that John Paul Jones was not buried in the cemetery where the remains of Ia fayette He. as has been supposed by some people.. In another letter it is intimated that, owing to a custom pre vailing in Paris, the remains of John Paul Jones were deposited in a rented grave for a term of years, ami that upon the expiration of the lease, a great many years ago. the bones of this distinguished American patriot were thrown into the Potters Field. ialifornia Harness Shop NO. 639 KING STREET. LINCOLN BLOCK, Telephone 641. Just Below The Arlington Hotel. X. O. & M. S. HA3LMAST. Honolulu Tobacco (So IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND MANILA SMOKERS ARTICLES. oxo t Ltd. C GARS Fine Grades of Smoking Tobacco. Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. isoshima, AI.C.ER 1 1 HARD FROM. WASHINGTON. July 12. Secretary Alger today made, in a report to the Associated Ire?s. his personal state ment concerning the rumors that he is about to resisn from the Cabinet. When asked aa to the truth of the ru mors, the Secretary said: "There is nothing In t !; reports but air. I shall not retire i hi. year, certainly, ami cannot say as to the fu ture. My private busine.-s and the state of my health will govern my fu ture course. "These constant assaults and repeat ed baseless reports are. of course, very annoying to m and extremely dis tressing to my family, but I have nev- er retireu unue. nre ei. ami u u propose to do so now. Nothing that I have ever heard of or known of has been so cruel as the attacks upon tne. If my critics can point to one thins in my official career that I have done that 1 ought not to have done, or that I have not done that I should h:u done, I shall be very glad to sum ndv my present official duties." BLOOD Your k.rt wr or. hsr.-irtd thee ras i tirr.r . a h iLr. Or.- h.r. ir-d t. i-jr J u:;!:f.4 T K,.,.l ,.r I- i V.. J t., w.r tr.r. Which t4 it : If lei. irr- ur.; V t!., n y --rl rain IVj arc tre-.t;.-! -. i .jr ,-. -:r... j , . Clr . lWp; yoj ere i tr- I in t. r: -rr.Ir .v ni'ht; yoj have r.. r.rne l r: vr i. .! dooj r. t wen to i r.-.h c !. not cure you: tut jami:s f. ix)st W. 12. SUA III Musical DlW.orv tc)Nh;iit: Pot and Marion' Comical SMt TON ICS I IT! THE PAWNBROKER. AYE H:NC1 tni: AND I.1U.1 AN II AEW Al:D. Til I! -AI.V1M. MA1IIK t. ltlLMA Mil. I It AN lt.KTl. Tin: HAirTAvr.i.i. -it:i:. i.vi: makhix. A(N.SlruJ lVtMV.-t. luti. iVrai.J a. rjr t4 t MAY AIIM.KY. JIM ltT. BJMox Ottac crtt at lo a. it. Thcr.t i3 arsaparHia T. Q. UALLUNTY.Nb. 11. UAK1N. Kill It naif tho IIvt. U W. LoweU perftm thr pr..- r v.. r ... novea all inspuritici? in .i t i. ! -t if rnalej the IW1 li i :., a . i.;. ,,t : . . . erti-s. STOCKS FOR SALE! EVA. HONOKAA. WAIALUA AMERICAN St'GAK CO.. (AtieMbtand Paid Up.) KlHEI villi Ajt' irir.v . . r- It HOLLISTKIt DRUG CO.. AOEXTS. BALLEHTVE & EAK1U, STOCK AND BOND BROKERS MclNERNY BLOCK. FORT STREET. HONOLULU. MORE NEW ' t0 announce l'ie arrva' B. Maclrfeld & Co., ltd At Publisher's Prices. Iron Ship "RILUORY" tiii: SWALLOW. GADFLY. GAItDKN OP SWOlUi. KKAL HAWAII. imo?s. capt. coim.GKors. DAY'S WOItK. LADY UHSULA. PRINCESS OF HOPE. DREYFUS CASE. ENCHANTED STONE. ISLAND EMPIRE. TRELAWNY OF WELI.S. O UTS I D I : RS. And a largo number of other. o-oo LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR PRO FESSOR ULACKMAN'S MAKING OF HAWAII. A few topic Just received. more on the way. Frciht Londvti. Iron Ship "WEGA" Fivat Ijondon. Iron Bark UH. HACKFELD" From IhvrHPoL With a large assortment of EU HOPE AX GUOCEMES. OILS A XI) PAIXTS. CEMEXT, FIUE11MCKS conn, mid PL a ix mox. FEXCE-WWE. 1WCKETS ami TU1L SA UCEPAXS, TEAKETTLES. FILTERS. CltOCKIlEY. DEMIJOIIXS. ETC ETC. For Sale at Lowest Prices, H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. Thos. G. Tluwn. Reopens Wednesday, July 19th. oe i pi p j n D p s. OUR SPECIALTY IS anitary PlumMng. oo- Home Bakery CAFE ThrcV a ii:ri cH:ftn:ic9 U tHwn pJuTubin,; and .S.NI- Anvonc cna put a t of jit tortr.rr ana run i!ic-:n off point i- to haw t j)U:!:jMn ilone in a ray thai zzxn tl.i. Sanitary comlition j-crfrrl. OOO JOHN HAT MANUFACTURER. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke. EX CAIiMATIIJENSHIltlZ. .arge shipment of the latest styles in STRAW HATS. New Style Shirts, Neckwear, Gents Furnishings, Etc., at the lowest reasonablepnces. STKAMKKS rol.I.IDi:. SAN FRANCISCO. July 12. -Th" stt-amois Wot-titt axul Aloha roU'ninl last nisht off Fiirt Uoss. ami tin WVo ott nearly went to the bottom. Hoth vessels are now bo-tno In. the Vclott being in tow of the Aloha. A hnse piece of canvass is spread over tho bow of the Wceott. ami men are seen by the station at Point Reyes over tin bow of the steamer working to keep the water out of the hoM. At about 12 o'elock a telephone mes sage was received in this city from Fort Ross that two medium-sized steamers were in collision off the beach and one of them looked like she was badly damaged. One of the ves sels was apparently unhurt and went to the assistance of the one in distress. Thev both headed toward Point Reyes. ciucKFr in i:.i;lani. RIRMINOUAM. Kngland. July 12. The Australians won the crickc; match with the Midland Counties team by 41 runs. LONDON. July 12. The return cricket match between the "(Senile men" and the "Players' resulted to day in a victory for the former by a a inning and 50 runs. Will reopen nl p. in. for dinner on Wcv!nesu:iy, July 19 nnini?T nun? ni'im 316 Fort Street. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! Tho I!tst nooks Pu! lishl always In stock, or obtained on short notice. Fine Stationery! Liuht weight rvipers fr Pore ten Correspondence a specialty. ali:xani)i:r s history of thi: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS on sa! at Pu! Usher's Price! Hawaiian Hats. Fans. C.i!ah.i.hr., Shell Leis and Necklaces. Island Pho- tosrrarbie View. Rooks on the Island-, (Suide to Hawaiian Islands, etc. 75-79 KING ST. NOTT. 1 EL; NO. 32 ALL NEW GOODS! at goo kim's 210 Nuuanu 5trcct, Above Hotel. Tl.e clearance ziW. I. ocr anI the r.'-w or- r-I u:i. of th latent: Ii : arc ! :t. u Chlr.e CSra. Cloth in Whit". iSroun nr.d I.llit Il!ti'. llrabroiijend .Silk Har.dkcrcl!-fj. Far.cy Carved and F-ntrd I I!oxci. N : Tailoring C,. at3J Coinre.:.) ictorla Uikd, C. i'ct of lo FarAlI Conor.. Hvln. u-i!, 10 yl. jdR II.. CP.!ark. W'luu r.::d rr.n, ftlnzhani. yd.. $1.f H.itj. Cap, ctr. Fa.-t ( lor Calico?. Z'i y.. S Baby Carriages ! Baby Carriages ! Arrival of ZO tons of New Furniture. Iliby Carriaf -9, FttLcr ViDoks Tlre and Wool Mattree, etc. Evrytblnc to be oM at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES. LO Extra Heavy Exccliilor IVrjblo Mattrrc4. II. 100 Exrclnior Pillowu. YTZi-j'tft- - rr Baby Carrias at Ireatly Reduced Oak IJcdroom F:. II?; Rokr.J2. 0 Stealer Caalri. C00 Chair. C V. Come nr.d peo the barsalot. 'rices. oo- L. .AlATIIKWS SON, FckNrrrm: Dkalf.w. 20 Ecrctaala Street, Oppci Trorw RJock. Lowest Cash Prices Always. Only the hlgbt grade or RED UUD 13ER Is used in the S:am?3 aide b the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. iKead tlhe Advert oseir,