THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL A DVKRTISKK: HONOLULU, ,1CLY Jl. 19D
iMMMM MMI i fa MMI m M
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?0S FACILITIES FOR PLACING
At reasonable prices, are unexcelled,
THE TWO STAPLES Jas. f. morgan
Market Reports on Sugar
Tfrrup us a canl and our representa
rlvp tUI call on you.
THr. HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE
AHD MONUMENTAL CO.
2 O. lox. G27.
;41 King Street.
The new effervescent
aperient for the Liver, Blood
invaluable for persons of
One for the tabl'j, the other fo: tn
yard both lor you.
ri Fine quality of BLOWN
jj TUMHLERy, "engraved in.';
Your choice at T-" cents pf-r
You know tlie regular price.
Rattan Yard Broom?. 2o
cr!ntrf each; regular price,
G Cents Tnese are b! fir fit
ly damage! hy s-alt water.
Complete outfits in Crock-
lery, Glass, Cntldy, Plated War
land Kitehan Utensils, including
1 Stove and Refigrator for'
. No Advanc Antlcp itcl In Rw
SuKars-Ha wail an Coff-s Hold
! Thi ir Own and Ar hlrm.
en on appli-
1b a mild and pleasant, but exceeding-; Estimates and lists r;iv
Sy e!utive aperient, keeping the blood ; ration.
'SSiiivinA SS i cleanns he When you are in our store always
eoznnvejtion. removinrr e-onrv mat pr : , . , . . J
-wT ' r;, 7r i1"" im bargain lames on ine see-
oia .he system, and generally ward
Jng disease. Made from, and con
end floor (take elevator).
You ar.e sure to see something vou
the valuable properties of, ! " V the wii,
iron. 1'rized by travelers, sea- 1
t&rnig; men, and residents in hot cli-l
varies. A sure preventive of diarrhoea, !
a delightful invigorator of the
roauiJirrtion. When used simply as an
effervescing beverage, It has most sal
utary T3Ults. Valuable for all persons
aedentary habits, removing de
ession and head affections, and gen
erally, bracing up the nervous system.
fionsalves & Go.
3b3 .Agents for Hawaiian Islands for
4b Minerva Preparations.
SHAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Tcrt Street, Opp. Wilder & Co.
H. J. NOLTE, Prop.
F?rt-Class Lunches Served
'.TUTitb Tu, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger
Ale or Milk. Open from
3 a. m. to 10 p. m.
5:no'kers, Requisites a Specialty.
SO LiS AG-JEN TS
"JEWEL" STOVES for coal or wood.
"GURNEY" CLEANABLE REFRIG
ERATORS. NEW WICKLESS BLUE FLAME
GERM PROOF FILTERS.
"PRIMUS" OIL STOVES.
Willett & Gray's late.-t t on;r:ning
the New York sugar market is to the
effect that in the second week of July
then were buyers for centrifugals at
42 cents and for muscorados at 1. but
few sellers, one cargo only having been
placed since the holiday at last quo
tations. Some holders are Inclined to
try for 1-1; cent advance, but as the
independents do not seem to want fur
ther supplies at the moment, it is
doubtful if any advance can ho estab
lished, particularly as Europe, after a
temporary firmness ami advance, is
again showing considerable weakness
A reciprocity treaty has been con
cluded in Washington bv the renre-
sentatives of the United States and
Great Britain covering the trade with
Jamaica, and now awaits ratification
by the United States Senate and, the
Jamaican authorities. The term? of
the treaty are withheld, as usual, un
til it is acted upon in the Senate.
The exports of sugar from the Ha
waiian Islands to all port San Fran
cisco. New York, etc.) from January 1
to March 01. 1SC1, were 7:i..."2 tons
(2(2 ! lbs.) against Ci.ir.s tons for The
same period last year.
Otis, McAllister & Co. report the re
ceipts of coffee at San Francisco for
the week ending July 12 at 1U!H bags,
of which :M2 were Hawaiian. Prices of
the latter do not show any material de
cline during the past month, chietly for
the reason that stocks are small and
firmly held; something strictly fancy
will still bring high figures, but such
coffees are very , scarce. We believe
that considerable concessions would
have to be made on the asklnir nrices
of medium grades in order to effect
sales of any consequence. Sales have
have been made of 1.1 bags Pea berry
good to fancy washed, at ISMc; V.VJ
bags good current nualitv. at lSUr:
573 bags prime, at 14$? irU; 1!) bags
fancy, at HI 17c; US bags fancy extra
i ..... .
uoio wasneu, at lse: 10 bags Triage, at
57e. To-day's stocks in first bands
amounts to 9G3 bags.
The world's visible supplv: June 1.
1S99, fi.2;i,302 bags: against Mav 1.
1S91). ;,341,194 bags; against June 1.
1S98. "..475,022 bags.
P. 0. BOX 44.
IS RSSILIEST AS ANY T1RS MADE
Pau : Puncture : PiliKia
ii i Hi tniv.
"AFTER MANY DAYS" the Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires have ar
rixed on the "Port Albert," from Seattle, having laid there since May 10th.
' Repairs that are repairs at the old reli ible
231 KING STREET, where ths latest is on tap.
J. J. McCate Double Spindle Lathe
Heaviest Lathe Work. Two Lathes in One.
Dnect Acting Electric Motor When Desired.
IX PIIILIPPINK WATEllS.
WASHINGTON. July 13. The Navy
Department has obtained by telegraph
from Manila a complete list of Spanish
vessels purchased by General Otis from
the Spanish government and turned
over to the Navy. With the addition
of these vessels, all of which draw lit
tle water, Rear Admiral Watson will
have a sufficient number of light-draft
craft to police the Philippine archipela
go and to operate against the insurg
ents in numerous lagoons and rivers
of the Island of Luzon. According to
a telegraphic report received at the
Navy Department the vessels pur
chased are thirteen in number, twelve
gunboats and one torpedo boat. The
gunboats are the Calamianes. Marive
les. Bulusan. Pa m pa ga. Samar. Albay.
Manileno. Panay. Vasco. Urdaneta and
Guardoqi. The torpedo boat is the Bar
celo. In addition to these the fleet in the
Philippines has been increased by the
purchase or capture of the tugs Rapi
do, Sureste and Petrelita. the steam
launch Iona and the steam barge On
dina. Nine vessels are now in service
able condition which were captured by
Dewey. The tleet in the Philippines is
sufficiently large for all present pur
poses. The best of the thirteen vessels
purchased are sister ships, the Bulusan.
Pampamga. Paragua and Samar. They
are steel gunboats of eight feet draft,
built in 1SS:. Each is 111 feet. 1.1.1 tons
displacement, and is credited with a
speed of ten knots. The armament of
each consists of one 3..1-inch Hontoria
breech-loading rifle, one 2.7-inch Hon
toria breech-loader and two machine
guns. The Spanish names of the mos
quito fleet will not be changed.
HUMOR AND STERLING
USE BY-O..R. & L. CO.
ORDERED Y-6AHU. SUGAR CO., WAIALUA AGRICUL
TURAL SUGAR CO., HONOLULU SUGAR CO.
KIHEI SUGAR 00.
OTHER SPECIALTIES: Gray Planers, Barnes & McCate
Drill Presses, Combined Upright and Radial Drills. Shapers,
Universal Milling Machines, Combined Bolt and Pipe Cutters.
Henry D. Roberts, Agent,
r Pacific 'Hardware Co. Ltd. Machinery Department.
33 Queen Street.
P. O. i;ox 594. Telephone 72.
A. u. MURPHY & CO.
A. E. MURPHY b CO.
On Friday. July 2ht, 1899.
AT Im O'CLOCK A. M.
A! the r id- !i e of . l. M.m:i.ui.
Lmma str t. opposite Ilmm.i Sj i.rre.
1 will sell at
O.ik Side Bond. Oak Dining r.i !!..
Crockery and Glasware. Cuibty. 1
Kitchen Stove. 1 Gasoline Stoe. 1 !u
Box. 1 Refrigerator. Meat Safes. B.Uh
Tub. Kitchen Tables, l Combin.ition
Table. 1 Wheeler Ar Wilson Sewing
Mn bine. Ferns and Palms.
J AS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
Im ported Cows
ON" SATntDAY.' m:i T2.
AT 11 O'CLOCK NOON.
I will :ell by Public Auction, in the
yard of the Poett Ktale. on IJucn
street. M seb'ct Cows just imported.
of the followitii; Staedard broeds:
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr,
On Saturday, July 22. '99,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
ON the Premises. Fort Street. I will
Sell at PFBLIC ACCTION
thi: largi: bi ilihng
Formerly ntcupietl by II. May Co..
between the stores of .1. .1. I!;:a!i and
Z. W. Jordan. Also the Iar;e t-het! ad
Buitdinus to be removed within T.0
ilnys from day of sale. Buildings hold
from roof to ground.
Terms Cash. C. S. Gobi Coin.
Buildings o-n for iiri'eetIon : d.iy
Friilay. July Jlst.
'A. L MURPHY & CO
205 Hotj St.,
Men's, Woman's and Children's
-A. . MURPHY & CO. A. . MURPHY & CO. l
Wi; A. v
J J JUj
JAS. F. MORGAMf Auctr.
HOUSES AND MULES !
ON SATl'UDAY. JULY '12.
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON.
At tin yard of the Dowsctt estate.
Queen street. I will sell at public lUC-
HORSES AND MART'S.
MARKS WITH MFLi: COLTS
FROM 1MPORTKO JACK.
mfli:s broki:n to saddli:.
JAS. F. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Handsoinnie Teanra oiT
BL00P BAY GELDiMGS,
n t AND SIX YEARS OLD,
Well broken. -iMitlo. stylish, well matoil ami jrool mail-
onolulu Mock Yards Co.
W. S. WITHERS, Manager.
COKXEK ALAKKA AND QUKKN STKKIiTS.
Nice Roomy p
"Is Mrs. Barkis on your calling-list.
Mrs. Montmorency?" "Yes: but not
on my visiting-list. We call the tele
phone book our calling-list now."
The Sterling wheels are in the lead!
Horses for racing purposes, or most
any other, are in comparison to the
Sterling. One of these handsome, up-to-date
wheels is "a thing of beauty
and a joy forever." The joys of an
open-air existence and a spin on one
of the built-like-a-watch wheels is a
pleasure worthy of a king.
"With all my worldly goods I thee
He stopped short his strong brain
seemed to reel
"At least with, all of them" he stam
my brand new Stirling
Fditor "Did you write these jokes
yourself?" Manager P. C. & M. Co.
"Yes. sir." IMitor "You must be old
er than you look."
Don't ride a wheel unless it's a good
one. Don't pay more than a wheel is
worth. Don't take chances on an un
known make. Go to the Pacific Cyile
and Mfg. Co., on Fort street, and buy
a Sterling bicycyle that has a reputation.
The undersigned offers for salo the
fine Residence Property of A. A. MON
TANA la Manoa Valley, opposite the
residence of H. 11. Cooper. IZ&q.
The Tract comprises 11 acre?, faces
on the main road nnd is nn elegant
piece of land for residence sites. There
is a large cistern on the land.
The Tract will be for sale for two
weeks only; intending purchasers must
apply before that time.
Further particulars in regard to
terms, etc.. of
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer.
33 Queen Street.
FINS RESIDENCE PROPERTY
The undersigned offers for sale the
residence of Mr. E. IL Hendry on KI
nau street, near Pensacola street.
The lot has a frontage ot 100 feet
on Kinau street and Is 2X feet deep.
A roomy Dwelling House Is on the
place, and the grounds are as fine as
mv In the city.
Will sell also r. corner lot adjoining
the above. Lot Is 100 feet on Kinau
street and -A0 feet on Pen?arna street.
An elegant lot.
For terns and prices rpply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
S3 QUEEN STREET.
A Iirti:tilarlv attractive line arrival iv tin
tralia ami liv the liark V. II. Diiiioml."
CALL AND INSPECT.
Of EVERY DESCKIPIIOX.
Hor-e Clothing anl ISoot.
Ki'linir Sallle anl ISi'MIe.
Carriage Kobe anl Iliisier.
Whips Sponge. Harness OiKaipl Soap,
Kni-he-. Curry t.'oinh- anl Scraper-.
KamlaL'es Salve anl Cnnlitiu Kowtlcrs,
IIalteiaml Tie Kop.
Kits. Spurs. Stirrup, Oirths Et.
Most complete line of all I.orfe go!s at reafor.Ablc r'
IsLind orders prom;tly .m l s .itlf jrinrily fillet).
C. R COLLINS
r. O. C(X S07.
KIFG SL, nil! HUOMU S7.
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