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ASK T 'T J I ITT I 9 W-n Oloo., t . .T,h v.Kilphana sa Paid. THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST 29. 1899. 7F I t I' 1 DESKS. DESKS. DESKS. eHHIRS. HAIRS. eHMRS. Office Furniture OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Best Goods. Lowest Prices. St Warehouse. Merchant Street. Telephone 313. CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SUGAR FACTORS AGENTS FOR 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. Loul, The Standard Oil Co. The George F. Blake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. Tne 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 ft AGENTS FOR OF BOSTON. Etna Hie insurance GomBoni OF HARTFORD. On Aug. 3, In Chicago, Major Taylor made the mile behind a Motor Tan dem in 1.22$ This is the world's record. rr 1 in Pound Cleveland Rac er with ball and roller bearings. 209 Hotel Street. 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. LICHTIG, Fotografer, 606 Fort Street. Above Dewey Restaurant. L. KCXNG 3TEE. MERCHANT . TAILOR 23 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables. FINE SUITS TO CRDER AT REA SONABLE RATES Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis faction guaranteed. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Steam Engines. BOILERS. SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS, TtRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS. And machinery of every dlscriptlon. made to oraer. jrarucumi i,ccma nald to ship's blacksmithlng. Job ' work executed on the shortest notice SAILORS' HOME RESTAURANT OPP. NEW FISHJIARKET. NOW OPEN. First-class Lunch Rooms. Meals at all hours. . , Single Meals, 25 cents; by the Week, 21 Meals, $4.50. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS. Fort Street, Opp. Wilder & Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop. First-Class Lunches Served Witli Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 3 a. an. to 10 p. m. Smokers Requlsltles a Specialty. 0 I'M 1 England MUlUO I I)a InniirnnAA ft LUG 10501111 onoi Large Importations OF GOODS BY THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, LIMITED. -A Fresh Supply of the- Hygienic Refrigerators The Only Absolutely Perfect Refrigerator Made. BOSTON LONG CARD MATCHES. NAILS OF ALL KINDS. ROSIN, PINE TREE TURPENTINE. PAINTS, LAMP BLACK. COTTON WASTE. CANAL BARROWS. FAIRY STEPLADDERS. MANILA AND SISAL ROPE. HANDLES, MATTOCKS, PICKS, HOES AND SHOVELS. AXES AND HATCHETS, AXLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, GRIND STONES. DISH AND DAIRY PANS, SAUCE PANS. LAWN MOWERS, CHARCOAL IRONS BABBITT'S POTASH. TUBULAR LANTERNS AND GLOBES All the above and more on the "Em ily F. Whitney" from New York direct. All sorts of goods by other vessels. PA 1 I) LIMITED. Fort and Merchant Streets, King: and Bethel Streets. j. H. & co. I -J. H. & CO. I o o3 The best at the lowest price at HOPP'S. 1 The Best s Results 3 In Furniture buying are obtainable from the . house that buys at the clos er est market buys only such I Goods as are dependable L whose wearing qualities are Qp o known. One chair may be dear at Two Dollars, while anothfr be considered a o 03 C bargain at Four Dollars. The latter is wbat we call "dependable." CD o e3 We have in stock Bedroom Sets Parlor Chairs Box Couches, that may he relied up on as being the best to be had for the monev. In other words they are Goods of "known wear." Qp o o 08 O O o3 COOL WICKER FURNITURE is just the article for verandas, bed, and sitting room. See our display just o hard. Our Repair Department Is turning out work that is a re elation to our patrons. Bp o o o o o O 03 2? o o c8 Leading Furniture Dealers. KING AND BETHEL STS. H. & CO.- -J. H. & CO. 111 1 If I I i : IN CIRCUIT COURT Found Guilty of Opium in Possession. Colonel Soper on the Stand In the Waialua Case Accounts cf Op fergelt Minors. At the opening of court yesterday morning Judge Stanley took up the case of Chum Chee, unlawful posses sion of opium, an appeal from the Dis trict Court of Honolulu. The follow ing jury was empaneled: A. F. Cooke, W. It. Sims, Henry Roth, L. C. Singer, T. J. King, C. S. Weight, W. P. John son, Jas. Steiner. P. H. Burnette, C. Pfeiffer, A. Harrison and C. Elvin. The jury found the defendant guilty as charged, three dissenting, and he was remanded for sentence. Mr. Chillings worth, for the defense, noted excep tions to the verdict, and gave notice of a motion for a new trial. In the case of Mary K. Tibbetts vs. S. Pali, guardian, by agreement of counsel the motion for a new trial was denied pro forma, and the usual for mal exceptions taken. The case against Ah Hong, maintain ing a lottery scheme, was taken up at noon and the following jury empan eled: T. E. Krouse, W. P. Johnson, H. Waterhouse Jr., H. Roth, F. W. Mc Chesney, C. Elvin, A. Harrison, C. S. Weight, A. J. Campbell, A. V. Peters, C. F. WTolfe and W. R. Sims. The prosecution put on the stand C. F. Chillingworth and Chun Poon, and of fered in evidence a package of lottery tickets and a lottery book. For the defense Paul Neumann had two Chi nese witnesses, and it was 4 o'clock before argument commenced. This lasted just fifteen minutes, when, after a short charge by the Court, the jury retired. W. F. Allen has filed his, fifth an nual account as guardian of.the Opfer gelt minors, showing receipts amount ing to $893.60, expenditures $854.55, balance on hand $39.05. In the Waialua case Colonel John H. Soper was on the stand all day. THE FIFTH LECTURE. End of the First Course on "The Life of the Child." At the High School this evening Dr. John Dewey will deliver. the last of the first series of five lectures in the Uni versity Extension Course on "The Life of the Child." His suDjeci win ue 'General Principles of Growth," and the following is a syllabus of the lec ture: 1. The law of periodic growth. Suc cessive instincts and power present themselves, reach their height and wane. Each must be utilized as it ap- pears. Great importance oi cuim study to detect these successive eras of interest. Faults of former education in endeavoring to anticipate later stages instead of making full use of earlier ones. 2. Experience is got through expres sion of impulses and instincts. It is the part of educators, whether parents or teachers, to afford the proper condi tions and materials in which these powers may exhibit themselves. Ten dency to substitute accumulated ex perience of others for conditions which will control and direct child's own ex perience. 3. ' Growth may be measured through formation of habits. Habits not form ed by bare repetition, but through posi tive achievement or success," based on original impulse. Habits not equiva lent to routine, but imply power to adapt themselves to new conditions and purposes. Most important habits are those of directing the attention. Relation of habit to character. 4. Growth as summed up in char acter involves (1) force, or strength of purpose and execution; (2) delicacy or susceptibility of emotion; (3) good judgment selection of values. Questions and Exercises: 1. How can the individuality of childhood be preserved without tending to develop self-conceit, self-will, etc.? 2. What do you think, psychologi cally, of the doctrine of "breaking the will?" 3. Give some account, from reminis cence or observation, of the effects of punishment. 4. Give examples, in our present system of instruction, of tendency to substitute experience of others for child's own experience, and the effects which result. 5. What part can music, or art play in the mental and moral growth of the child? MORE GENEROSITY. Mrs. Jane Stanford has returned to the Olympic Club for cancellation five thousand dollars of its 5 per cent bonds, which were purchased a jear or two before his death by Senator Ice land Stanford as a means of aiding the club to build its present home on Tost street. The gift was made through Mrs. Stanford's understanding of the difficulties with which the club has la bored for several years, and the mem bers can not fail to appreciate her generosity. try some with soda in a tall glass Crown Distilleries Co. San Francisco FOR Two leeks Only Great Reduction Sale CHIYA & CO. (Formerly Murata & CO ) HOTEL ST., COR. NOOANU. -ooo Branch Hat Store, Nuuanu St. ESTATE Bought and Sold. WILLIAM SAVIDGE, 310 Fort Street. McINERNY BLOCK. ----- BOKOLULU. M ill HOTEL. IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Carriages and saddlehorses will meet the arrival and departure of every Ki nau at Kawaihae; also for any other point. SHERIFF ANDREWS OF HAWAII says: "The only way of reaching the present lava flow by wagon road is via Waimea carriages; can go within two miles of the flow. For particulars apply to H. AKONA, Proprietor, Waimea, Hawaii. 5287 mean Messenger Service. asonic Temple. Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets. Telephone 444. Open All Night, RIAL ffl THt NEW ENGLAND BAKERY and CANDY CO. Manufacture a 11 line of Bread. American and Ge-.ian. Schwartzbrod mit kumel, milk u.od and twist with mohnsamen, French Splits, Whole Wheat, Graham, Hot Buns, Snails, Jen ny Lands, 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 Bonbuns and Choco late Cream Drops our own make packed in elegant boxes from $1.00 up wards. J. OSWALD LUTTED, Manager. New Shipment SILKliQODS. ALSO 'Rapp : Cloth, : Handkerchiefs, Doylies, : Table : Covers - ooo ULK SHIRIS, SILK PAJAMAS, ETC ooo Handsome Carpets for Hails and sir8 ooo- JAPANESE RUGS. VERY PRETTY PATTERNS. A large stock on hand to select 'rom, at prices that v.iil surpris- OOO S. OZAK1, WA7ERLEY BLOCK HOTEL STRELl IT IS CHEAPER to pay a fair price to have your watch repaired by .... 4N EXPERT WATCHMAKER than to risk having it ruined in order to save a few cents. ffl. R. COUNTER, Practical Watchmaker 607 Fort St. Gives personal attention to repairing fine and complicated watches. LOWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH GOOD WORKHANSHIP. CITY HILL CO., LTD. QUEEN & KEKAULIKE STREETS. (Ewa Side of Old Fish Market.) P. 0. Box 951. Tel. 101. 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. Uncle Sam Cafe. 512 FORT STREET. -OOO Open from 5 a. m. to 12 p. m. Excellent menu at all meals. X First-class French chef employed All the delicacies of the season. & Ham or Egg Sandwiches'' wiih.C fee, Tea or Milk, 15 cents. OOO- LOOK WO SING CO. The Silent BarBefSliop Ladies' Boot-BlackStaa4- In rear of shop. JOSEPH FERNANDEZrPropr Arlington Hotel, Hotel Street, ff H. AIAY-& CO. 1 s . is -FOltTSTREETr---:- Telephone 22 : : : P. O. Box 479. ASK .TOUR. CKOCERFOIUT Bui is Con i ils. v i 1 U1 o w E -a 4 J o 2 0) a. C o c He SI 4 CS o CO C .2 3 2 o x 2 m Z CO - Ex, o O J! o a J LANDO, Fort Street near King. OOO DEPOT FOR Boss of the Road Overalls and Jumpers. v Carpenters', Cooks1 and Waiters' Aprons, White, Golf and Stanley Shirts. HOSE, Infancy lylie and Cotton, Black, Tan and White. Underwear. Pajamas. Collars, Tics, Etc. Men's and oys' Clothing. CALL. ANL) GET PRICES. Successor to L. E. TRACY. FIRST CLASS Bicycle Repairing Done at Very Reasonable Figures. GIVE US A TRIAL, CLEVELUD BICYCLES FOR REBT. Wo have a few second hand wheels which we are selling at cut rate prices. CITY REPAIR SHOP E. Jones. R. Clark. 1 1,5 Bethel Street Opposite Waterhouse Grocery Co. Mil 108 KING STREET. G. J. Waller : : Manager. ? Wholesale and Retail 1 1 fi -AND- NAVY CONTRACTORS. AND Gommission Merchants JUDD BUILDINGS CONEY iJSTATE Lands. 4 A FEVVERY DESIRABLE BULj) iNG LOS on Nmfanu avenue, at Nfo jopa, Nuuanu yalley for sale. Apply "to m. monsarrIt Cartwright Block, Merchant St. - 5267 - - : 121 Queen Street. CARRIAGE AND WA&ON BlIILlJERS iwiiiiER1 'TIRES AND ROLLER BEARING AXLES. IK' GUIDET JHROUGII J tl 41 t BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. FOR SAKE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS. OQ OUTFITTER FURNISHER 11 GO ALEXANDER'! BALDWIN Sugar Factors - i i J A