Kekaha at 3 p. m. today.
NAME OF STOCK, j SM1 r
Bia.Ak M23; HO Ookala, $20.
Utern(ion SessionTwelve hunIr?I j
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THK I'AJSIFItJ COMMERCIAL A OVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER
4, 1899. . 11
Th eo. H .Da v i es & Co
in the citv.
Ii. Loben stein is
Marshal and Mrs. Brown returned on
the Claudine. -
September Delineators nosvTcariv at
Mrs. Ilanna's. . - :
Mr. and Mrs.
gone to Ookala
Carl Wide ma nn have
II. M. and M. C. Mott-Smith have re
turned from Maui.
Kesular monthly meeting of tho
B. & L. A. tonight.
Mr3. H. P. Baldwin and two children
are over from Maui.
Philip Peck, the Ofaa planter, earn
over on the Claudine.
A new girls' school is to be built by
the Hilo Catholic Mission.
Nearly fifteen and a half inches of
rain fell at Hilo last month.
Louis T. Grant, the electric light and
automobile man, is in the city.
Professor Koebele and George Com
pere left on the Miowera for Fiji. N
The Hilo Herald says the squatters
have their eyes on Cocoanut Island.
The Kaiwiki homesteads will turn
out a good crop of coffee this year.
A. Haneberg, manager of the Olo
walu Sugar Company, is in the city.
A number of Honolulu teachers re
turned from Hawaii and Maui yester
day. Mrs. A. II. Tucker's vocal studio is
located on the High School grounds,
Honest material, honest workman
ship keep Clevelunds at the head of
the procession. '
The Matson line people are to have
a new. tug in Hilo harbor about the
"first of the year.
The Claudine brought
from the Volcano 108 way
and 180 on deck.
J. W. Wilson, a former resident of
Hilo, is to take the management of
the Hilo Hotel annex.
The new timetable on the Hilo route
will necessitate a day and a night gang
of laborers at each end.
Hon. Jj. A. Thurston and Judge Gard
ner K. Wilder were among the Clau
dine's passengers yesterday.
The officers of the.Waimea Sueur
Mill Company, elected for the ensuing
year, are published in this issue.
There will be a stated meeting of
Hawaiian Dodge No. 21, A. F. & A. M.,
tonight. Transaction of business.
The Herald says six fresh squatters
have taken up claims in the new
Olaa district during the past week.
Hilo will have yacht races on the
16th, the Flash, Mabel, Aurora and As
thore having entered for the Matson
A "Newport" bicycle was round on
Kinau street. Owner can have same
by proving property at Joaquin Silva's,
Mrs. J. S. Walker, Mrs. W. P. Boyd,
Miss K. Cornwell and Miss G. Macfar
lane have returned from a trip to
the other Islands.
W. J. Lowrie, manager of Spreckels
ville plantation, is in the city again.
He will be a witness in the Waialua
case this morning.
William Savidge, 310 Fort street, has
for long lease in Manoa valley a de
sirable tract of five acres, suitable for
a country residence.
The hrigantine John D. Spreckels
has made another fast trip to Malm
kona, making the passage from , San
Francisco in twelve days.
Venison soup, boiled fresh salmon,
with crab sauce, escalloped turkey,
roast spring chicken, cream puffs and
apple sherbet at the Home Bakery dln-
ner loiugui. f
Gus.- Schuman has the agency for
the celebrated Morgan & Wright tires
and has also just received a new line
of surreys, phaetons, buggies and styl
The Honolulu Stockyards Company,
Limited, had several swell teams" out
to the band concert yesterday, among
them was the prettiest complete pony
rig ever seen in the city.
The Hawaiian Rowing Association
will hold their fourth annual cham
pionship races on September 9 at
Pearl Harbor course. See notice else
where in this issue for further partic
The California Harness Shop, in the
Lincoln block, King street, can fur
nish you with anything you may de
sire in the harness line. Call and see
their stock and get prices whether you
want to buy or not.
Hilo is making preliminary ar
rangements for-tixe organization of a
building and loan association on the
lines of the one in Honolulu. Proper
ly managed it will be one of the best
institutions ever started in the Rainy
The firm of A. E. Murphy & Co., re
tiring from the boot and slice business,
ask for an immediate settlement of all
outstanding accounts, previous to their
being placed in the hands of n col
lector. This is an authorized an
nouncement. By order of the Kapiolani. Estate,
Ltd., Jas. F. Morgan will sell at pub
lic auction today noon at his sales
rooms, the lease for a term of twenty
years of the valuable business proper
ty on the corner of Queen and Punch
bowl streets. See page 6 for particu
lars. Awnings not only keep apartments
cool but preserve the furniture from
dust and sun. Handsome sleeping
apartments are greatly beautified by
enameled iron bedsteads and center
rugs. Hopp & Co. make estimates on
furnishing houses complete or single
William Wolters of Hack f eld Sc Co.
was down town yesterday, after a long
siege cf sickness lasting several weeks.
He is convalescing, but will probably
take a voyage abroad to give, him a
complete rest. Mr. Wolters has been
greatly missed by his many friends
during his illness.
Netf Bill at the Orpheum Tonight.
Kobe has been visited by a typhoon.
Janet Waldorf has reached Hong
kong. Rev. F. M. Damon was among the
Rio de Janeiro's passengers.
Jas. F. Morgan and child left by the
Rio de Janeiro for a short trip to the
The local c ricketers will meet a team
from the Maggie Moore-H. R. Roberts
Company Wednesday afternoon.
M. Damon, who goes to attend
Bankers' Convention and after
wards to Italy, was a passenger by the
Rio de Janeiro.
A large crowd attended yesterday's
band concert at Makee Island. The
band boys will now take their well
A subscription list for defraying the
expenses of the Star baseball team has
been circulated in Hilo and over $100
was pledged in a short time.
Mr. Stone, a stockholder in the Or
pheum company, will leave on the Aus
tralia for San Francisco to attend to
gall the bookings for the house here.
The agent of the Board of Health
reports 86 deaths in the city for the
month of August. Of these 46 were
Hawaiians, 10 Chinese, G Portuguese,
18 Japanese, 1 British, 3 American and
2 of other nationalities.
Tme. p rcq HS3i v s: g Tons'
A Special Sale of
IS NOW IN PROGRESS.
Extraordinary Valuer will be
We would avp you re
member that we are Sole
Agents for the celebrated
R and G CORSETS.
Positively the best COR
SET; ever offered at the
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
Per Australia. Aug. 30.
-! Received 21 Large Cases
The price on many of the old lines
previously in the store will BE CUT
TO 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. We
intend to make our siore a PERMA
NENT, FIRST-CLASS ESTABLISH
MENT, and therefore offer any of our
stock which may not he strictly up to
date at HALF ITS COST TO CLEAR
IT OUT QUICKLY, that we may have
room for the new up-to-date Shoes
which we are receiving by every
Come early and get the benefit of
this SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE.
Cor. Fort and Hotel sts.
B. F. BOYDEN, Manager.
Next to Y. M. C. A., Hotel ST.
Orders taken for Em-
II. $. tt m Goods (o.
1 1 minimum mm m m
llllllVlllbU W V1IU L. IIUUU
ID S SHOE HOUSE,
broidery and Point Lace, and
Lessons given at regular terms.
MISS A. De LARTIGUE.
J CUSHION HEEL y
Its OF Tk
VV hit 'V
HAVE you seen little babies with a
rough, red complexion? ? There's a
cause for it. A baby's face should be
soft and velvety. It is made .sore and
red usually by impure soap. "When
strong soaps are used the alkali eats
into the little pores, causes irritation,
redness and sores. Curative Skin
Soap is particularly beneficial in wash
ing infants. It is soothing to the skin.
Instead of irritating, it heals minor
eruptions and its use is a constant
source of satisfaction and pleasure to
There are some persons who are not
aware of the mischief a cheap soap
does to the skin. While it is impor
tant that only the purest soap should
be used on any skin, how much more
important that the quality of the soap
used on the skin should be of the very
best. The skin naturally is soft as
velvet. It is full of millions of tiny
pores. These perform an important
office. It is through the pores that the
unwholesome matter is discharged,
which, if retained, leads to iFness, cre
ates pimples, blackheads, rash and oth
er skin blemishes.
CURATIVE SK5N SOAP
IS A BLEMISH-DESTROYED.
KIHG AND FORT STREETS,
Honolulu . H. I.
ifelllffe jlHPfll ialamrsBiy- i
SILVER WARE SAFES,
BANK SAFES, Etc., Etc.
Vault Work a Specialty
PAJAMAS (in Silk, Wool and Cotton.) GRASS CLOTH,
CESTRE PIECES, DOYLIES, SILK GOODS, Etc., STYLISH GOLF SHIRTS.
V TRADEMARK I
0lJ PATROL SHOE
Extra Quality. Calf Vamp.
LeatherlLined Putter Heel.
Dry Goods Co
A FINE OF
A NEW SHIPMENT OF THE
Egan Dry Goods
Another shipment of the Celebrated DIE-
SAFES just received.
We now have on hand a fine assortment of
and medium sized SAFES and a few-
- r'oii l..i- ..t- c:i- - a i
ways glad to show goods.
JPearson& Potter Co. L'd
312 Fort St. SOLE ISLAND AGENTS. Tel. 565
portors and Dealo
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of
in. 1 1). iiii r i i v
uunuiuiLi i umi
A fine assortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Sptciaitj
Reduced from 10c to 20 yards for $1.00
Reduced from 10c and 12Uc to 11 yards for $1.00
Reduced from 5c to 23 yards for $1.00
LHWNS and BDMBTIES
Reduced from 20c and 23c to 10 and 12 yards for.. $1.00
ALSO AIL0IR HATS
Will be sold
s OOO- -
MEN'S VERY FINEST SUITS made of best Cassimers, Che
viots, Black Thibets. Cut in the newest styles.
MEN S FINE ALL WOOL BUSINESS SUITS made of pure
All Wool Cassimers and Fancy Cheviots.
BOYS' CLOTHING ft remarkably low prices.
Just received of the Chicago Brand, WHITE DUCK
CLOTHING Coats and Trousers. Barbers' and Bar Coats.
All White Duck Trousers are shrunk, ppocged and pressed.
One pair in a box $1.50 to $2.50.
Come and see them.
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l fl J lull uui 1 UIDU.
OjO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO lK
at less than cost
mail & bii
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT.
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