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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: IIONOJ.n.r. JULY 2.,. 1S3J.
" i -J r. W.C. Add & CO. 10 West King Street OR Honolulu Brewing & Malting Go. Oahu, Kihei, Ookala, Nahiku, Waimea, Waimanalo, Etc., Etc., Etc. Children's Photos Are the hardest of all to make well until you become accustomed to the task.. Mothers tell us we are at cur best when making photos of the little ones. Our quaint, unique poses faith ful likenesses and dainty style of fin ishing photos find favor in every mother's eyes. - Preserve baby's pretty face in one of Williams' photos. J. J. WILLIAMS, HI ' I ill Fort Street. C. BREWER &CO L'D. Queen . Street : : Honolulu, H. I. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, "Wailuku Sugar Company, American Sugar Co., Makee Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Haleakala Ranch Com pany, Kapapala Ranch, Molokai Ranch". Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets, Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit ers. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un derwriters. Standard Oil Co. LIST OF OFFICERS. C. M. Cooke, President; George H. Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. llen. Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Water louse. G. R. Carter, Directors. J as. H. J-ove, Stock Broker FOEfr ST., Next Biart's Jewelry Store. For Sale: KIHEI. McBRYDE SUGAR CO. NAHIKU. OOKALA. KAHUKU. Roc t Lewers. F, J. Lowrey. C. M. Cooke LEWERS & COOKE. Importers and Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials. Office, j 414 Fort St. Stock Brokers A What can you do TO Savellheinm You Have Come Back from Mauna Loa With plates or films on which are ex posures you can never hope to Duplicate. They are probably chemically affect ed by the sulphur fumes and other va pors rising from the Bowels of the Earth. e are chemists and know how to develope these plates and films, and SAVE THEM for you. delay Do not delay one moment, for May Be Fatal. THE Le lunyon PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 426 Fort Street F0R SHLE. A LOT OF FINE, WELL BRED Milch Cows, Heifers, Horses, tame and gentle; a child can handle them. Will be sold single or by lots. A large number of well made milking-cans will be sold In lots of one or a dozen. , For further particulars apply to A. A. Montana, Kaaipu Dairy, opposite Minister H. E .Cooper's residence, Ma noa Valley. Terms Cash. 5269 FOR SALE. 16 1-38 ACRES COFFEE LAND AT HONOKAA. S acres in full bearing, 5 acres planted with trees from 1 to 2 years old. Over 200 Alligator Pear trees, with other fruits, oranges and peaches, and about 500 Banana trees. This land is all fenced and there is also a 20x20 building, containing a cof fee pulping machine, etc., on property. A bargain. 5272 Address X. L., this office. Beach Lots AT KULI0U0U THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS ON long leases at reasonable rentals four very desirable beach lots at Kullouou of two acres each, with water laid on. For plats of lots and further partic ulars apply to J. M. MONSARRAT, Cartwright Block, Merchant St 5250 RUPTURE. USE NO MORE IRON HOOPS OR STEEL 8PINGS RiiDtnr r- tained with case and comfort and THOUSANDS rapldlv CURED by DR. PIERCE'S (JRRAT AME RICAN INVENTION. If ruptured send at ouce for Pamphlet No. 1. Address, Magnetic Elastic Truss Co., tSSaSS GUIDE THROUGH HAWAII. PRICE, 60c. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS. on PLAGUE REPORTS Forwarded From Hong kong and Yokohama. Steamship Companies Are Refus ing to Take Steerage Passeng ers From Infected Ports. Th' Foreign Office has rfoMVfd M ters from Hawaii's sanitary inspectors stationed at Hongkong and Yokohama. From Japan the news roines that an epidemic of dysentery has appard. and Dr. Kokaku. this Government's representative at Yokohama recom mends that this disease be troatM here as an infectious. qi:arantinabl disease. In Hongkong, up to the date of writing, there had been deaths out of 1,03 cases of the bubonic plague. I). Kokaku's report is as folio. vs: "The cases of plague rejortod in the Kens of Kanagawa and Nagasaki are those removed from the steamship America Maru and City of Peking, re spectively. The report of the same disease from Formosa is undoubtedly far below ihe real extent of the epi demic. "In connection with the recent out breaks of plague upon the steamships of the Toyo Kisen Kaisha and the Pacific Mail Companies, which, as well as those of the O. & O. S. S.. are under the same general management. I have to notify you that the agent of these companies has informed me that it has been decided to refuse any steerage passengers from Hongkong or other infected Chinese uirts so long as plague continues epidemic. I may add that I have, for several years, urged this action upon the companies trail ing between China and the United States. "Epidemic dysentery has already ap peared in forty-three out of the forty seven prefectures of Japan. I have found that, so far, the epidemic is al most strictly limited to the country districts, but few cases have occurred in Yokohama itself. "I beg to reiterate my former sug- OllUll 1 11 11 1 llJfVlllVl J I Ullllll, llUill Japan be treated, in all respects, as an infectious quarantinable disease, the more so as, from the nature of the malady, its detection among embark ing passengers is very difllcult." Dr. Jordan, the inspector at Hong kong, writes as follows: "Bubonic plague continues to make its ravages felt and even to spread the area of distribution. The totals for the week ending June 17, although not showing a very large increase over the previous week, are yet an advance, have also to notify you that during the past two weeks five Europeans have been struck down with plague. These consist of two inspectors of the sani tary board, two soldiers from the bar racks, and one private person. These cases are recovering, three being quite convalescent. "Following are the returns for the past three weeks: "Week ending June 3, 02 cases. 07 deaths; week ending June 10. 97 cases. 91 deaths: week ending June 17, 103 cases. 117 deaths." Under date of July 1, Dr. Jordan writes as follows: "Bubonic plague continues steadily to increase in this colony. For the week ending June 21. there were 1 IS cases and ICS deaths. '"Grand totals to date from January 1, 1,063 cases. 1.003 deaths. "In view of the fact of three of the American mail steamers having been recently placed in quarantine In differ ent ports en route, the agent hero Is now taking extra precautions ly dis infecting the baggage of the entire pas sengers and crew of these ships. The outgoing mail today (the Gaelic) Is the first vessel to carry out this with re gard to the crew." SCANDALOUS MUTILATION. The following are a feu extracts from a poem butchered by a nearsight ed compositor: Manuscript "Surcease of sorrows." In Print "Smenrcase tomorrow." Manuscript Lying by a weeping wil low, underneath a gentle slope. In Print Lying to a weeping widow to induce her to elope. The P. C. & M. Co.. on Fort street, have just received a large shipment of Crescent bicycles. They will be sold considerably cheaper than the Sterling. Manuscript Cast thy peirls before the swine, and lose them in the dirt. In Print Cart they pills before the sunrise, an love them if they hurt. l he, i c. if M. Co. will sell you a high-grade Sterling bicycle for SOrt.oo on small weekly or monthly Install ments. Manuscript Take away tbe jlnRlln money; it is only glittering dross. In Print Take away the tingling honey; put some flies in for the boss. The P. C. & M. Co. have Just re ceived a select variety of Winchester rifles and a fresh stock of ammunition. Manuscript I am weary of the toss ing of the ocean as it heaves. In Print I am wearing out my trousers till they're open at the knees. The P. C. & M. Co. have a flew lot of bicycles to rent by the day. week or month at very reasonable rates. EX-KING MALIETOA. A Sydney dispatch says: It is un derstood that ex-King Malictoa. will visit Sydney shortly to complete his education. Oalnmet ffi lading Yoi note our list of POPULAR and NEW BOOKS And ve will note the ones that yrn buy ! ! ! THE JRUISE OF THE CACHALOT, by F. T Dullen. DA VI) 1 1 AHUM. by We.cott. WITi: KITCHENER TO KHAR TOUM, by Stecven. ADVENTURES OF CUT. KETTLE. by C Eyne. THE RIVER SYNDICATE, by C 11 Carryl. THE ASSOCIATE HERMITS, by F. Stotktcn. BAIUACK-ROOM BA LEADS, by Klpllnf. THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN, by Hornuig. ON THE EDGE OF THE EMPIRE. by E. Jepson. ANCLO-SAXON SUPERIORITY, by E. Dciiollns. OtO LIMITED. meuciiant sti: i:j:t. Ill KEA VIEW HOTEL IS OW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Carriages and saddlchorws will moot the arrival and departure of every Kl nan at Kawalhae; nl for any other I-oint. SHERIFF ANDREWS OF HAWAII &.iys: Th'k only way of reaching the picsent av. flow by wagon road Is via Waintc.i carriages; can $n within two miles of the flow. For part'cnlars apply to II. AKONA. Proprietor, Wat met, Hawaii. Ci-S I J LAN DO, F Has on han! a new line of Shirls nm Golf, Stanley, . Negligee. WOOL ASD C0TT05 UHDERWEAR. HOSE, in Fancy Ljlie and Cotton. HATS AKD CAPS in endless varieties. HEN'S AKD BOYS' CLOTHIRC. STAR and MOTHER'S FRIEKD SHIRT WAISTS. Succtssor to L. E. TRACY. Fort Street near King. Palama LOtSoooo Next to Insane Asylum Pasture. XC 22 Fine Desirobie For Sale. Those desiring further Information regarding these desirable lots Inquire of J. F. MORGAN, Queen street, or MRS. THERESA WILCOX. Bethel street, opposite Bishop Savings Bank. i 0 Houses and Lois For Sole. On Lacawai and Terms reasonable. Cooke streets MRS. THERESA WILCOX. Bethel Street. MESSENGER SERVICE. Honolulu Messenger Serrlc dtllrtr messages and packages. Tel. 378. I I URUSHER Bill r . . , 7 W. J. GUBJN, -V I 1 II U II LU UIU 111 U II 410 Montgomery St. San Francisco. California. The attention of those hiving capital to invest is called to the fact, that no city in the United States or prob ably no city in the world offers better opportunities to mike profitable or fortunate nvestments in Real Estate man uuci uic cuv ui oau Francisco at the present time. be civen why San Francisco realty will advance in value from now on. I offer my experience and knowledge of values to in tending buyers of business properties or residence sites. I can submit some very de sirable purchases of Real l-ctntrfc frint tnA i fin income and steadily advance in value. I Information cheerfully piv- en. rartiL-s commc irom the Islands who desire to invest are requested to call. I will be haoDV to correspond with any who may wish to obtain information in rocard to San Francisco Real Estate. Full charge taken of prop - ortxr rnH f?vc mIH frTr oh- sent owner. TTT . J. GUMI, 110 Moatgoacrj SL. Si a FraacUco, CiUforaU. THE CLUB STABLES (Limited.) C. BELLINA. Manager. fcrtSLtcafE:ul. Tdf;b:sg 411. livery, eoiico m Soles siatiies. PROM IT SKUVICi:. STYLISH TtritN- OUTS. SAFi: DIIIVIIIIS. Wc arc especially cqulppctl to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and goo! rvlco Is what wc depend on to get It. Dr. llownt Is always in attendance at the Stables. Club Stables Hack Stand Corner t'nlon and Hotel StrrclL. (Old IW1 Tower.) CLUB STABLES HACK STASD AB5EX ti:li:phoni: ttt. (Corner Klnj; and Bethel Streets.) CAHKFL'L AND WKLL INFORMIX) DRIVERS. FIRST CINSS CARRIAniS. HACKS AT ALL HOUILS. Ordem for Surrey. Wagonette, Single or Double Teams at a moment notice. HACKS No. 13. CZ. 70. 77. 57. 125 and ISO. C. BELLINA. Mtfr. Trl. 210. Stables Tel. 4 103 KING STREET. 1 J. Waller : : Manager. Wholesale and Retail AND- NAVY CONTRACTORS. Orpheum Cafe a4te OftrtttcK TtTa. Tout sr. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Meal Served at All Hour. 25c It EG UL Alt nrxxjcit. From 12 Till 2 o'clock. 25c FAMILY DINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TAHLES RESERVED FOR LADIES, WHITE LABOR EXCLUSIVELY. C. T. COW, Managor, JUST ARRIVED New Importation of SILK GOODS, in the piece. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. SILK SHAWLS. DECORATED FLOWER IOTS. NEW PORCELAIN CUIS AND SAUCERS. TEA AND DINNER SETS. CARVED IVORY. RATTAN CHAIRS. CARVED SANDALWOOD BOXES. THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM EST IN ALL HONOLULU. WING WO CHAN & CO. 210-212 Nuuanu Street. I I I (BE BANK OF QAM LIMITED Il';-J!!;r ,f HaaiL officers and xumrcroita. C?;4. M. C;- .. .... PmaJJxt Vio IYc16at Caahler P. c J.r. t II. Cifl- 1". i Athrrtoa Attract CaaMcr Dirrvirir H-t;f y Walr-tarriM May. I. W. Mafarlaa. 1 D. Tcancy. J. A. U (Car. !. S:cit th .c-wnt c.f nmi. Cor pora!lor.. Trw!. lslltS3:ial. and will rrwmptly anl carefully attrsa to all tulc1 f tnr.-trvl mtth ttanklnc ttt::r.l to it. &c; aa! lurrbaxi Fbr r!ca Ktrha.r. Uu !:irr of Crrdlt. SAVINGS I EPA RTM ENT. OMinarr ar. l Tr rra tro!u rocrlrd an. I ln:rrt al!irl la arrordaac lth ra!" ar.l rsliti't; rria!rd ts application. Ici - aus spreckeu vm. c. ihwin. PI. A Ik DRPPVPI Q V PA Ban hero, HONOLULU - - . H. L SAN FRANCISCO AGENTS TIIC NEVADA NATIONAL HANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN rRANCISCO-TLo NVradx Na tional Hank of San Fraud vtx. tJONJiON The Ufcloa Ilaak of Lon don. lUdl NEW YORK Aaoric-aa Excace Na tional Hank. paris-oiu i.jnaai. tl !?JPrr. ! . . Honckocc anj sha&shat luakia corporation NEW 7.EA1-AND AND AUSTRALIA Hank of Nw Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVEH IUai of HrilUh North A ra erica. luXSU Q E-XtlU BHD JllQlCJ CZ! 3 rvrofiu HwUoj. iu&m ca4 CxJtanjrrclal ImuM. mils Ct K' Hcuebt aad soix COLLECTIONS PROMP1 ITLY AC COUNTED lOIL BISHOP & CO. SAVINGS BANEC On Ortolr lit. 1KS. and continuing until further notice. Saving IrroclLa III le rrrrltnl and Interrit a21ov4 by this Hank at four and one-bait per crnt prr annum. The term, rule an 4 regulation of the Hawaiian Postal Sarlnri Dank U! Iks adopte4 Cat aa ll li practicable to ari'ly tlctu. aad the Cajh IteiwrT of y.CK-j at required under th Postal Act IU ba main tained. Prlntrxl erif !- of lb Unlet and Xles tilationft may ffbtalnej on applica tion. BISHOP & CO. Honolulu. Septcmlr 7. IST.UILISHKD IN 12. 3ISHOP & COo Bankers TRANSACT A CKNKRAL RANKING AND KXCHANCi: DCSINCSSL Commercial and Trarelcra' Letter of Credit lsue!. aailable in all lao Prlnclrul CI ilea of the World. INTKRIIST allowed after July 1st. I&3S. on fl&cri drolta: 3 montha 3 per cent; C months 2 per cent; 12 montha I per cent. PHE YOKOHAtIA SPECIE BAUK LIMITED. Paid Up Capital Ven I2.0W,CCB ReseMc Fund Yen 7.1W.0C3 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. IIRANCHIIS AND AGENCIES: Kob Isadon. Lyon. New York. San Franrlro. Shanghai. Doa bay. Hons Konc. Totyo. INTEREST ALU) WED: On Vlt t frr 12 month f p. c p. a. On Vlxol D: Vt.it fr.r C scot.! 1.x 3V p. C p. n. On n&c! I-2il for 2 tutA 2 p. C 1. a. INTEREST A LI JO WED HY THE HEAD OFFICE AT YOKOHAMA. On Curnt I;i.:t I i-r c-aL p. u On FixI IiU f r 12 r r.!h. C p. c Tl. Hank bt:y and vwlx- fir col l"t!ci Di;U f Etrhanc. DfafM ar.d : lf Crrlit on lb Ilrar.r b-. and Ac"S.cit aAd U.'.n'zc& a KL-r.il banUnc bJkinraa. Anry Yokohama Sp-ci Dak? New lUpubllc Rids.. : Honolulu. 1L L JUHEI 1SH1ZUKA AGICCY OF ICEi HIN BANK, LTD. Vineyard Street. Transact General Banking aci Ex change Builnesju 2AD OFFICE TOKYO, JIPAEL Draw exchanc on FIILST NATIONAL BANK. YOKOHAMA. H. V. McCHESNEY & SONS: Tt:!eiil! Grxtn trj Dal en la Larr trj Six Flrllr. Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com pany. Honolulu, and Tannery. -3