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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. JULY JO. 00.
2 51 1 THERE IS NO NECESSITY To send to San Francisco your measurements Readvtowear TMNG. We have as well selected, if not as large a stock as any concern on the Pacific Coast, and can fit you better, as you have the advantage of trying from our entire stock. I 5 ss OUR Royal Blue Serges i are worn in every district of this country, and we have hundreds of testimonials attest ing its good wearing qualities and fast color.4 M. McINERNY, (Slothier. Merchant and Fort Streets, Honolulu. WHY! OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GEE EN RIYEE oooooooooooooooooooooooooo IS THE WH S V nil WBTODT A HEADACHE INVENTORY FILED In the Estate of Hugo Staneenwald. Real and Personal Property Foots Up Fifty-six Thousand Dollars In Ml. In the probate division of Jtulsie IVr ry's court Ann Maria S:angcnvaM. executrix of the will of Hugo Stancen-! wald, returns an inventory under oath of all the property belonging to th estate of which she has knowledge, a? follows: Lot on Herein nia street of the es timated value of $20: lot on Kukui lane $1500; lot on Kukui sirevt $-.: homestead lot on Nuuanu street 5iv; lot adjoining homestead $I0(h: 1j: on Merchant street adjoining the J add building at corner of Fort $23.mh. Total estimated value of real est an $42,000. The personal property consists of scientific apparatus, household furni ture and personal effects valued at $7000 and cah cn hand $Tou more. Total $14,000. Total estimated value of the entire estate $."C00O. MISS ALICi: HOFFMAN. Brings Down a l).cr at One Hund red Yard.. The San Francisco Chronicle of July 0th prints an illustrated story detail ing an exploit of Miss Alice Hoffman of that city. While out with a Yose- mite party the young lady astonished the other members by killing in Its tracks a. deer that had suddenly ap peared about 100 yards distant. Miss Hoffman is well known in Ho nolulu, both for her social and athle tic qualities. In the recent tennis tournament she was a member of the winning teams in both the mixed and tho ladies' doubles, and only after a close struggle was she defeated by Miss Hart for the single's champion ship. WE HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED TO SELL SMJBRBRONNBN At $5.00 per case of 50 bottles. mom Owing to Spurious Imitations having been brought to this market, the public is hereby notified that the only "GENUINE SAUERBRUNNEN" :IS BOTTLED BY THE: Harzer Koenigsbrunnen- Quelle, and every bottle bears their trademark and stamp. H. Hackf eld "So. Ltd SOL.E AGENTS, HAWAII AX ISLANDS. CATTOH, 3NTEILL & 3. ' founders and Machinists. 213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Hwiolulo. Presents for Captain Sealby. Captain Seal by, the retiring com mantier of the O. fc O. steamer Coptic. left the steamer this afternoon for a few days outing. Before he departed all the officers of the vessel waited on him in the cabin. Speeches were made and each department gave the Captain a present. All the presents have suitable inscriptions. Captain Seal by will stay by the ves sel until the day of sailing, when he will turn her over to Captain J. H. Hinder, another favorite of the O. & O. line. Captain Sralby goes to Kngland to take command of a big steamer. Kxaminer July 11. A (iuod I ntcrtaimuciit. People who came to laugh remained to roar at the Orpheum last evenlnc. "The Pawnbroker" was most laughabV with the honors falling to Jim Post as the boy wanted, and Dave Marian as the Jew. Miss Brandos was en cored several times as were the ll.irt well sisters. Boggs and Miss Ilaewood were clever and pleased the crowd. The concluding act with the four Salvinis in acrobatic feats makes a high class climax. Itm 9.0 v The Philadelphia. VATU-EJO. July S. Work on the flagship Philadelphia at Mare Island has been practically suspended and workmen are now replacing parts which were torn out to prepare for the installation of the new electric ammu nition hoists. The cause of this sud den change of plan is not known, the orders from Washington having sim ply had the effect noted. There were several rumors on the yard concern ing the matter, though they could not be authenticated. One was to the ef fect that the Philadelphia was to be put out of commission, but this is be lieved to be erroneous. Another ru mor stated the cause to be a conllict of authority between the construction and equipment bureaus in Washing ton. This probably grows out of the fact that the electrical plant in war vessels has been under the control of the equipment bureau, and the con struction bureau has had charge of other matters. Including the maga zines and ammunition hoists. The dif ference is trivial, and will not cause much delay, if, in fact, it makes any trouble whatever. Invite Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Castings Sfceam Boilers, Water Pipe and All Kinds of Sheet Iron Work Made and Repaired, Machine and Ship's Blacksmithing. REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. TEL. 410. E8EAD TEE ADVEBTIS LYNCHED BUT NOT DEAD. CHICAGO. July 12. A special to the Times-Herald from Topeka. Kas.. says: "Dick" Williams, who was hanged to a telephone pole in Alma on Sun day afternoon, and after six minutes was rescued by City Marshal Pipps. is still alive and physicians at Alma say he may survive. Williams neck was not broken because he was raised slowly and did not receive a fall. A squad of twenty-five armed Deputy Sheriffs is on guard at the jail. They have orders from Sheriff Treu to shoo: to kill if another attempt is made to lynch Williams. IMF JUT A rTPT COMPANY, LIMITED. YfiMJKKB si Importers g Commission Merchants $6 $0 ?o xo Respectfully announce herewith the OPENING of their New Store Between Nuuanu ani Kaahumanu Streets gg On or About August 1st, 1899. 0 0 0XXKXXXXC0O0O0C OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCMXKXM' 00 oo a tun line ot DRY OOD W)9 OF AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN MANUFACTURE, In the latest and newest designs will always be on hand. ALSO, m a in so s, I r-t naiir Tin nnrn ctttlAC Sirtltf f Cttlf OVAruhlHl TAILORING GOODS MID TRIUU11I3S of all descriptions. H SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 00 s 0 00 00 with the latest and best improvements. $ Also, for the light-running, well known Hand Sewing Machine. Domestic Sewing Machines, 00 gO Tho Oo oooooooc ill I ill 1 Dill 0 0 oooooooc si 00 h n 00 ss 1 0 tit li NEW PACIFIC,' II nd HOuoo-k it Will be a specialty in its kind. A large variety or the best made Saddles, Belts, l Umbrellas, Hats, Shoes, Parasols, docks, etc., etc, Baby T it Carriages, Chairs, Glassware, Straw Hals, Far Hals and 55 fpach Uafc a cnerialtu Sole Agents for the Unsurpassed SPELTERINE, this climate. Try it ami tx; convincctl. xxoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo C T, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE Union Gas Engine Co. SAN FRANCISCO. 0 0 00 00 ss 00 00 00 00 ss 00 00 00 00 00 00 ss ss 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 00 00 00 00 00 ss There Kn pined being tho ni"?t economical of this ktnl ami well ailajt il to all kinds of work Land and Marine ."'.HIE fJ . ( 1 ' - -- r,iWi. i . n i wi ' . ooooooooooooooooooooooc AGENTS FOR THE Lancashire Insurance Co CAPITAL, C :;,()(M,oio. Paid Up Capital and Funds, 1,687,162. IiiMirancet clTcctcil apiint lo. or jlamajc ly Fire on UtnMing anl Content nf houses. Office anl ston Preinic? am! Private Dwelling at n.rMleratc taI. VVarr- Promi.t anl eiuitah!e fettfenif nt of !o?c. Lifr luinef .t tran?actel on favorable term.