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THE PACIFIC CO.M.MKKCIAI, AIVKKTISEH: ilnNoi.t'M.'. JULY li'M.
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Japanese Attempts to Cut
His Throat.
COMPANY, LIMITED ..
A Vtiry Poor Way to Mend Wounc
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May Rcovt.
Importers Commission Merchants
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We have as well selected, if not 2s large a
stock as any concern on the Pacific Coast, and
can fit vou better, as you have the advantage
of trying from our entire stock.
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are worn in every district of this country,
and we have hundreds of testimonials attest
ing its good wearing qualities and f ist color.
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(Slothier.
Merchant and Fort Streets. Honolulu.
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ThM- was an attempt-! suU
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a Unit tlm or four mW hcr.i I.w.i
Thursday nish:. A Japans. by th;
name of Matsunuku was th man who;
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hsirel to shuflle otT. During tlu rv'!i-
ins ho had l'-n samMin:; ami tlrir.kin
witli several of his countrymen. A lis-
lut arose over a bet ar.l one of the
Japs attacked Matsunuku. strikini: him
everal times with a womh n shoe. This
happened at about 11 oYlot k. M.itsi:
nuku brooded over the w rotm hne him
anl thought that suieltle was the only
honorable method of wiping out th
insult he hail sustained. In plain view
of the other Japanese he drew a knl
and cut his throat. The others, terri
fied at the tragedy, scattered in all di
rections.
Deputy Sheriff Faneuf. accompanied
by Dr. Rhodes, went to the scene. The
man was found in a very low condition.
but it is thought he will live.
The man who hail made the assault
on th would-be suicide was placed un
der arrest by the deputy sheriff. He
will lie prosecuted as soon as the
wounded man is able to testify. The
statement of Matsunuku was taken, in
case his wounds should prove fatal.
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WE HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED TO SELL
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At $5.00 per case of 50 bottles.
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Owing to Spurious Imitations having been brought to this
market, the public is hereby notified that the only
"'GENUINE SAUERBRUNNEN"
IS BOTTLED BY THEi
itfarzer Koenigsbrunnen-Quelle,
and every bottle bears their trademark and stamp.
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SUNDAY SERVICES.
Central Union Church, corner Ucre-
tania and Richards streets, lie?. V.
M. Kincaid, pastor. 9:55 a. m., Sunday
school; 11:00 a. m., public wors&ifi ana
sermon; 6:30 p. m., V. P. S. C. ii pray
er meeting; 7:30 p. m., public wor
ship and sermon. Wednesday, 7:30 p.
m. prayer meeting. Paiama Chapel
9:30 a. m., Sunday school; 7:30 p. m.
Gospel service. A welcome for all at
every service. "
St. Andrew's Cathedral Eighth Sun
day after Trinity. July 23: 7 a. m.. Holy
Comnninion; 11 a. m.. Matins and Ser
mon; 3:3 p. m.. Pule Ahiahi: 7:3u p.
m., Kvensong and Sermon.
Services at St. Clement's Chapel
(Kpiscopal) Wilder avenue. Punahou
Celebration of the Holy Communion:
First Sunday of the month, J 1:03 a.
m.; every other Sunday, 7:13 a. m.;
Saints' days. 0:43 a. m.; matins and
sermon, 11.03 a. ni.; Kvensong and ser
mon, 7:03 p. m.; daily prayer at C:43
a. m. Ueretanta street cars run to the
Chapel. Twenty minutes from Port
street. Seats free and unappropriated.
Vested choir.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
Services next Sunday in Mililani
Hall, rear of Opera Houj-e. as follows:
Sunday school. 10 a. in.: Hawaiian ser
vices. 11 a. m., G:30 p. m.; Knglish ser
vice. 7:30 p. m.; preaching by KIder IT.
U. Greene; subject. "Signs of the Har
vest of the World." illustrated.
Methodist Episcopal Church, corner
Ceretania and Miller streets. G. L.
Pearson, pastor. The public is invited
to attend the following regular ser
vices: Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday
school; 11 a. m., public worship and
service; 0:30 p. m., Kpworth League,
and 7:30 p. m., public worship and
sermon. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. pray
er meeting.
Seventh-Day Adventlst Chapel lo
cated at the end of Hotel street, one
block from Punchbowl street. Ser
vices: Saturday Sabbath school, 10 a.
m.; preaching, 11 a. m. Tuesday, pray
er and missionary meeting, V:30 p. :n.
All are welcome. 13. L. Howe, pastor.
Christian Church. Alakea street near
King. Rev. Wm. A. Gardner pastor.
W. C. Weedon. superintendent of Sun
day school. Richard Weedon. presi
dent of the Young People's Society.
Professor L. Cook, choir master and
orgajiist. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. on Lord's day. Prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. A cordial
welcome to all. Sociability a specialty.
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213 Qaeen St., betrllafcea and Richards Sts., HnolalD.
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Invite Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Castings
Steam Boilers, Water Pipe and All Kinds of Sheet Iron Work
Made and Repaired, Machine and Ship's Blacksmithing.
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
TEL. 410.
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May Open at the Opera House
Nvxt .Months
Joseph Fynr.ey. the advance ag.:u of
;he rl aggie Moor1 H. R. Roberts
the urical ccnipany is i:i llon.V.ulu. He
is endeavoring to m arrange mailers
that 1 1 i company can lay an engage
ment here, opening a month from to
night. They will arrive in Honolulu
on the Alameda cn their way to the
Pnited Sia:cs. where they will tour
the country afterwards going to Lon
don. Old theatre goers will remember
Maggie Meoro who attained fame in
' Struck Oil." H. R. Roberts is con
ceded to be Australia's foremost actor.
The company is the tirs: Australian
organization to attempt a tour in for
eign parts.
Respectfully announce herewith the
OPENING of their New Store
Petition Withdrawn.
In the matter of the guardianship of i
Edwin. Iokepa and Kroni. minor child
ren of John Hamauku. deceased. Wil
liam O. Smith has withdrawn his pii
ti on to the Circuit Court in probate
for permission to sell certain real s
uue belonging to the minors, having
succeeded since The filing of the peti
tion in making such arrangements as
to the leasing of the same which he
believes will obviate the necessity of
selling the same.
Om Ouoon
Between Nuuanu and Kaahununu Streets
On or About August 1st, 1899.
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Also, for the light-running, well known Hand Sewing .Machin?
A full line of
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In the latest and newest designs will always b: on hind.
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In new modern styles only to suit everybody.
TAILORING GOODS AND TRIMHIH3S of all descriptions.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
CELEBRATED
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A large variety of the best made Saddles, Belts,
Umbrellas, Hats, Shoas, Parasols, Clocks, etc., etc, Baby
Carriages, Cbairs, Glassware, Stra? Hats, For Hits and
Crash Hats a specially.
Sole Agents for the Unsurpassed
SPELTERINE
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Union Gas Engine Co.
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CAPITAL, C:;.Oi)lM)HO.
Paid Up Capital and Funds, 1,6S7,162.
Inriirance? ellV-ctfd a?aint lo or damas'? l.y Fire on IJtiildin- Content-of Ware-house-.
Oflice and silorv l'retni-e and I'rivatf Dnrfllinj- at n.odfr: rat
Proni.t and tjnitalIe fettrtnitnt of Io-c,-.
LiiV hu.inef s also transacted on favorable terrr.
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