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THE TACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST 7, 1899.
t L . "A Place For Everything" Is even more essential in the office than at home. Business men occa sionally suffer heavy pecuniary losses because of an important paper mis laid. Thi3 can be guarded against by providing yourself with one of our new roller-top desks, with the latest, up-to-date time-eaving device3 and conveniences. A large assortment of flat-top, roll-top and standing iesk3, book-cases, press stands, letter flies, docume'nt files, chairs, stools, etc., has just been received ex "Mohican." All styles and prices. lilllOIW OFFICE. QUEEN STREET. Telephone 313. CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU. ' COimiSSION HERCHAHTS, SUGAR FACTORS. AGENTS FOI1 The Ewa Plantation Co. The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd. The Kohala Sugar Co. The Waimea Sugar Mill Co. The Koloa Agricultural Co. The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo. The Standard Oil Co. The George F. Blake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Life In surance Co., of Boston. The Aetna Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. The Alliance Assurance Co., of Bos ton. Castle & Cooke, LIMITED. LIFE and FIRE BE AGENTS FOR uni 1 1 Tfi in i i u iuui l no m i OF BOSTON. fire insurance I OF HARTFORD. FOR SALE. THE COMFORTABLE TWO STORY COTTAGE off Beretania St., between Miller and Punchbowl Street, and now occupied by James Nott, Jr., partly mosquito proof. A bargain for the right party. -ooo Apply at P. E. R. STRAUCH. Real Estate Broker LINCOLN BLOCK, 639 King Street. Telephone o4L Boxing BY MARTIN" DENTS1" Y O-fO Champion light weight of Australia, at Long Branch, Waikiki. Terms reasonable. Given on appli cation. .PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN. PROCESSION VIEWS! MANY CHOICE VIEWS OF THE funeral procession of the Queen Dow ager. Single pictures or complete sets cheap. A few Kauilani and Kapiolani buttons stilJ in stock. oo LICHTIG, Fotografer, COS Fort Street. Above Dewey Restaurant. We nave the most com plete line of CLE V EL-AN DS ever shown here. $40 to $85. The $40 kind is the equal of any other make at ANY PRICE. INSTALLMENTS $10 PER MONTH. EVELANlfo 209 Hotel Street. Only the highest grade of RED RUB rtr Is used In the Stamps made by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. uew m Jliitun I iw MOD Taught COMPLETE HUlU i a a The b&pt at lb lowest D q price at HOPP'S. q In Solid Mahogany We hdve just opened q up the most elegant line of D Parlor Furniture eeen here, jjj Everything in Solid MabOg- D any. Cabinets AXD Whatnots. That are just the the articles you have waited so long for to complete the artistic effect of your parlors. n u Chairs) A!ND Tables. Daintv and ele gant, yet withal, strong and serviceable This is no everyday selec tion and we anticipate a speedy clearance. A few nice CHILD'S SWINGS. PP & CO. a Leading Famitnra Dealers, Q KING & BETHEL 8T. B D nonnaoaonnnnnoD THL NEW ENGLAND BAKERY and CANDY-CO. -OO Manufacture a full line of Bread, American and German. Schwartzbrod mit kumel, milk brod and twist with mohnsamen, French Splits, Whole Wheat, Graham, Hot Buns, Snails, Jen ny Linds, Also the most complete and extensive line of CAKE in the city. Jelly Rolls, Angel Food, Wine, Cit ron, Walnut, Sponge and Marble Cake. Lady Fingers, Cup Cakes, Almond, Macaroons; all kinds of cookies, fresh every day. WEDDING CAKES from $5 upwards. Delicious highly frozen Ice Cream and Sherbets, any flavor. French Cream Bonbons and Choco- I late Cream Drops our own make packed in elegant boxes from $1.00 up wards. J. OSWALD LUTTED, Manager. TO OUR F 1 . , . .. 'no trouble." "S5?Ua iTl Rn7nrSK!fii Bicycle Girl (to Sing Sing) Poor -CHOCOLATE or COL,UAiUl ifeiow; you say you were put here for -(fresh) cakes from the German !onlv scorching? Firebug (a prisoner) -Bakery? They are only 2o and Y a(1 sMiellup me gracious! der -50c each and pronounaed delic-! gCQts vas hardlv tamaged. -ious by those who have tried, ..We1 yes sai(1 the modest racing -them. Order one for your Sun-,Monoa wonder, "with my new 1S99 -day dinner. We also have a;sterling racer rm gure of doing bet. -sponge cake which we sell for!ter than ever , Several tests have the moderate sum 01 nve cents ; -each -THE GERMAN BAKERY, 833 Fcrt Street., -Headquarters for genuine ginger -snaps, sugar cookies, etc. -Telephone 677. EAT 's BreaKl acv vniip r.nnrFB for itI The Silent Barter Shop Ladies' Boot-Black Stand In rear of shop. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Propr Arlington Hotel, Hotel Street. m 111 INl VM UUI UUIU SOME HILO ITEMS Waiakea River Channel to be Deepened. Engineers for HKo-Kohala Railway ExjccteJ Next Week-Knights of Pylh as Give a Ball Uon ihe ccnipIe:io:i of :he new Mai son warehouse. a;id possibly before tben, R. T. Guard, ageru of ill? Matsoii Line, acting under instructions from Captain Matson, will deepen ..lie chan nel between ihe ruou:h of the Vaiak2a river and the warehouse. At low water an ordinary Whitehall beat passes over the bar with difficulty and by deepening it vessels discharging by scows need suffer no delay. The dredging will be done in a novel man ner and wi'Jhout the services of a re gular machine for the purpose. Her ald. A. C. Curtis has been assigned to the position of assistant bookkeeper of the 01 a a Sugar Co. Samuel Parker and A. B. Loebenstein will build residences on Waianuenue street mauka of the Hilo Hospital. Carpenters are completing the Bald win building on Waianuenue street. The plate glass windows will be set in a few days. Hilo papers are anticipating changes in ithe Custom House force in that city. Consular-Agent Furneaux states that Custom House reports show that Hilo has during the past year shipped about one-fourth the products of the Islands. Jim Wilson, brother cf J. H. Wilson, who was a few years ago bookkeeper at ithe Volcano Stables, will return from the coast soon and have charge of rhe Hilo Hotel Annex. H. E. Cruzan, sen of Rev. J. M. Cru zan, has arrived in Hilo on tho bark Santiago. Sugar cane at the coffee plantation of Ch'as. Eagan at 23 miles is reported by several who ihave seen it to be growing as luxuriantly as ; any in the district. H. Hackfeld & Co. will construct a new warehouse at their Hilo lumber ya i-d. A. B. Loebenstein returned on Satur day from his overland trip to Kawai nae. He telephones that during his absence helhas received a letter from H. B. Gehr, saying that the engineers for irhe Hilo-Kohala railway leave San Francisco on August 8. Tho Knights of Pythias celebrated their entrance into their new quarters in the Baldwin block on Thursday evening last with a big dance, to which Ave hundred invitations were extended. Emma Square Concert. Following is the program for the band concert tonight at Emma Square, the eighteen hundredth given by the Hawaiian Band at that place under Captain Berger's direction: PART I. Overture "Festival" Bach Introduction "Lohengrin" . . . Wagner Grand Selection "Maritana" ! Wallace Two New Vocal Duets (a) ' The Magic Lantern" . . . Gabussi (b) "The Venetian Regatta" Rossini The Misses Keliiaa and Alapai. PART II. Medley "The Crackerjack" (new) . . , Mackie March "Governor Dominis" Berger CAs played at the first concert in Em ma Square, July 6, 1S72.) ! Waltz "The Paradise of the Pacific" Berber Pclka "Nuuanu Valley" Berger "Hawaii Ponoi." "The Star-Spangled Banner." GEMS AND GEMLETS. Gerald My father left all his money to a school for idiots. Geraldine- Thought of you till the last, didn't he? "My wife," said a business man, "in sisted upon my riding a Sterling bi cycle. She said there ought to be as little trouble around our home as pos sible, and- she has learned from expe dience that the Sterling bicycle causes shown it to be very rigid, .and rigidity ;is the secret of speed." I Mrs. Wheeler What? Your mother i in bed? Not ill, I hope Bobby. Bobby Bike Not 'zackly; her bloomers is jes' bein' cleaned. Take it to the Facific Cycle & Mfg. Co. on Fort street when anything goes i wrong with your wheel. They will re- pair it quickly and thoroughly. The part they mend will be the strongest part of the machine, and they will not I i . 1, . : i X. I 1 charge you much, either. Bishop Goodfellow So you think ;John Gotrox's will is a masterpiece of legal ingenuity and acumen, do you . Judge Sharpley Sir, I drew it; and I will stake my reputation upon that will's lasting in the courts as long as the property does. The P. C. & M. Co. will sell you a high-grade Sterling for $60 on small i weekly or monthly installments. 4 parts soda 1 part C.D.C. I and you have high-ball Crown Distilleries Co. San Francisco T ARRIVE: Ex. America Maru. HAKDSOME SILK BED-SPREfiDS, TABLE COVERS. GRASS. CLOTH CENTRE PIECES These are of very dain ty patterns. Also, a new line of Pajamas, Reckties, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs. Some New Goods to arrive scon! vt&y Murata & Co. HOTEL ST., COR. NDOANU. 000 Branch Hat Store, iNuuanu St. FOR SHLE. Two Lots at Kalihi, on main road, C0xl02 each. A bargain. Two Lots at Kalihi, 75x150 each. A bargain. Easy terms. Lot on Young street, this side of Thomas Square, 52x155. Fine location to build. Residence at Waikiki on the beach. Good location and bathing. TO LET. Unfurnished cottage on Liliha street. Unfurnished house of four bed rooms on beach at Waikiki. Uufurnished cottage at Pawaa, King street. Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, 310 Fort Street CONEY : ESTATE LANDS. A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD ING LOTS on Nuuanu avenue, at Nio- lopa, Nuuanu valley for sale. Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT, Cartwright Block, Merchant St. 5267 IS II 60 108 KING STREET. G. J. Waller : Manager. Wholesale and Retail AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Steam Engines. BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS, BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS. And machinery of every discriptioxi made to order. Particular attention paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job work executed on the shortest notice NOVELTIES for dinner giving and for luncheons and for entertaining may be had here constantly. LEWIS & CO., Grocers 111 FORT STREET. Telephone 240. : : P. O. Box 207. J. MORGAN, Opal Merchant JEWELEK and Lapidary OPAL CUTTING A SPECIALTY. No. 2 School St., Near Smith's Bridge. a y THE s -SAY THAT Malaria AND icrobes Have small chances when PURE WATER is provided THIS IS THE SEASON ( When drinking "water needs to be purified. You can getThe most per fect later Filters AND From I At their ' Fort Street Store And at their Hosii suDDly Bepoiiiit On Bethel Street. New Shipment OF SILK GOODS. ALSO 3BAS8 : Cloth, : Handkerchiefs, Doylies, : Table : Covers. OOO SILK SHIRK, SILK'PJJAMAS, ETC OOO Handsome Carpets for Halls and Stairs OOO JAPANESE RUGS. VERY PRETTY PATTERNS. A large stock on hand to select !rom, at prices that will surprise fou. S. OZAKI, WAYERLEY BLOCK - - - HOTEL STREET IT IS CHEAPER to pay a fair price to have your watch repaired by .... 18 EXPERT WATCHMAKER ' than to risk having it ruined in order to save a few cents. ffl. R. COUNTER, Practical Watchmaker 507 Fort St. Gives personal attention to repairing fine and complicated watches. LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH GOOD WORKHANSHIP. GITY MILL CO., LTD. to il Gontro QUEEN & KEKAULIKE STREETS. (Ewa Side of Old Fish Market.) Beg to announce that they are now prepared to undertake all branches of the above business. Work undertaken by the day or by contract; estimates furnished. H: Coolers K. Haye You Seen The Kotary Motion and Ball Bearin Wheeler AND Wilson Sewing Machines? If not it will serve your interests tm call and see thera on display at F. L. Prescott's FORT STREET. A look will convince you that thej are the simplest machine made ux three times the value of any other. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR Stocks or Bonds, Investments or Loans, Offices or Fire Insurance, Safe Deposit Boxes or, A COMPANY Responsible, Reliable and Accessible, to act as TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR or GUAR DIAN? If so, call on Trie Howoiion Trust I Investment Co. GEO. R. CARTER. Treasurer. 407 Fort Street, Honolulu. FIRST CLASS Bicycle Repairing Done at Very Reasonable Figures. GIVE US A TRIAL. CLEVELUD BICYCLES FOR REST. We have a few second hand wheels which we are selling at cut rate prices. CITY REPAIR SHOP E. Jcnes. R. Clark. 115 Bethel Street Opposite "Waterhouse Grocery Co. X LARGE ASSORTMENT OF F In Numerous Designs. Also a handsome display of LADIES' AND GENTS' RINGS. JEWELRY Of all kinds made to order. BIART 404X FQBT BT JEWELER. Sugar Factors -AND Commission Merchants JUDD BUILDING. Hawaiian mmmm. ri. m 121 Queen Street. CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS LwUiiER TLRES AND ROLLER BEARING AXLES. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS. Fort Street, Opp. Wilder & Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop. First-Class Lunches Served With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 3 a. m. to 10 p. m. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. HAWAII SHINPO SHA THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINTING OFFICE The publishers of "Hawaii Shinpo." The only daily Japanese paper pub lished in the Islands. EDITOR I M. TAKAHASHI. PROPRIETOR C. SHIOZAWA. Office: Nuuanu avenue, above Bere tania. 6215 0 ALEXANDERS BALDWIN