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E PACIFIC COMMBppi.t AD VEBTISEK HONOLULU: . MAT
Something Brand New!
c Pacific Hardware Co., L
ARE SOLE AGENTS.
Call. May 20.
Liliuokalani To Arrive
A complete line of
Ire Prepared 'Paints.
, ,,, o. uuus.lES w.th which to apply tbe color,.
tarrmBe and Furniture Paints.
SHE IS IN' POO HEALTH
1 Floor Paint
bolineUlll. Jn" '; will j0 a 25 per cent duty on this
it , ,1., . 1 1 r.tn V .. U ",st rccPiveJ a lar8e shipment, which
.,11 at tin old rate for tho niewnt . u,u
FORT STREET STORE. j
m "J- C. PFLUEGER AND' " E. WATSON"
v hv rrlTJ i- large assortment of
jcarbornate of Soda, Wash Soda,
nts and Oils,
crrugated Iron, Ridging, Etc.,
raent and Firebricks, Carbo
:ium, Stockholm Tar, Buckets,
Asjinplates, Saucepans, Tea
pales, Etc., Etc.
kckfeld & So. Ltd.
DON IRON WORKS
S'jn ffdncisco, California.
PEERS AND BUILDERS
! Machinery, Heine Boilers,
a lobular Boilers, Corliss Engines,
Cane Cars, Yacnnm Pam
J-' Michiaory for the complete equip'tneut o'
ELECTRIC BELL OUTFITS
I 3-INCH ELECTRIC BELL.
I DRY or LIQUID BATTERY.
I METAL PUSH BUTTON.
100 Feet ANNUNCIATOR WIRE anrj
In any building -within the city of
Honolulu for the sum of
Has Been in San Francisco Since
May Nineteenth and Longs
Kni guarantee , our work for 90 days,
17 HID If.
rj-:HCE: Rooms 5 and 6, Progress Block.
HONOLULU. EL L
Rubber Tire Wheel Co
Tho only durable Tire in
tho market. ......
CAKRIAOE REPAIRING neatt:
done with promptness and dhpatcl
121 Queen St. Tel. 47.
(?ineers and Builders
KVL flPl lh4t
k. 41 PJ3)T at. .
m Hants or mer ffons ig
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ATTENTION OP PLANTATION MANAGERS
w carry la stock t our wuwu
nnrnn. tor !1 kind of tnZT hOO
is. t. -i i .,mna inles Dump
nV jTr with complete stock of spare P"
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Cnrfui ttat!oa f l?eo
? ANT p??i:s,rcn TOR C0MPL1
cArACITY OR POWER.
WHEEOCSE: Corner Oceen is Cook SU
Manufactures frenh every morning, the
frr invalids. This Bread is made from
h very best grade of winter wheat,
(round whole, and Is considered Invalu
jMo by people with weak stomachs. Wt
.lso rrake the following varieties daily:
KOSTO.V CREAM STEAM BREAD.
UARK BREAD, FRENCH LONG.
PRENC1I 8HORT. RYE WITH KUMEL.
MILK, WHOLE WHEAT, GRAHAM,
TWIST WITH MOHNSAMEN, LARGE
HOME-MADE, LARGE FRENCH.
I.ARGE PAN-CRUST, HOT ROLLS,
HUNS, SNAILS, DOUGHNUTS, ET.
riease telephone GO in your orders. Our
wagons will deliver the goods to your
J. Oswald Luttcd, Mgr.
' HOTEL STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, May 20. Liliuo
kalani, the ex-Queen of Hawaii, arriv
ed here last evening from Washington,
D. C, where fhe has been for the last
eighteen months keeping an eye cn her
political interests and undergoing
treatment for a malady that threatens
to terminate her life before many years
have elapsed. Liliuokalani is on her
way back to the tropic isles that were
once her kingdom, there to pass the
remainder of her days among her own
people. While she does not say posi
tively that she will never again leave
her island home to visit America, it is
regarded as highly improbable that she
will again venture across the Pacific
in view of her advancing years and
shattered health. Those who are ac
quainted with her plans and are not
prevented by a sense of delicacy from
announcing the fact say the former
Queen Is going back to her Hawaiian
home to die. Liliuokalani herself sim
ply eays she js going back to Hawaii
Liliuokalani came from Washington
accompanied by n.er secretary, Joseph
Ke'.eluhe, the latter's daughter. Miss
Myra Heleluhe, and Dr. Charles Hamil
ton English of Washington, the ex
Queen's attending physician. The
quartet were driven directly to the Cal
ifornia Hotel upon their arrival at the
ferry, and the feeble but faithful sec
retary, who has attended the dusky
dignitary on all ,of her excursions to
America and prolonged visits to Wash
ington, inscribed their name3 on the
hotel register. Liliuokalani was assign
ed to a suit of rooni3 on the seventh
floor, and in these she will spend al
mot her entire time until she sails
away from San Francisco. Passage has
been engaged for the entire party on
the steamer Australia, which is sched
uled to sail on the 30th inst. Dr.
English will remain in constant attend
ance upon his patient until she arrives
at Honolulu and probably much long
er. According to Secretary Heleluhe
the condition of her health requires the
constant attention and care of her phy
hen F.een at the hotel last evenine
leluhe admitted that Liliuokalani
ffering from a cancer of the
neck. The dread secret of her maladv
has been carefully guarded for three
years, and all rumors and intimations
PJiaVe been emphatically denied up to
the present time. Heleluhe said last
evening, however, that the ex-Queen
had a troublesome cancer in the right
side of her neck, and that it is with
the idea of continuing Dr. English's
treatment that he has been induced to
accompany her back to Honolulu.
"The Queen," he said, "hopes to be
ultimately cured of the disease. Dr.
English assures her that she will be
entirely rid of the troublesome malady
within eighteen months. He believes
that the soft climate of Hawaii will aid
in her recovery, and it is largely for
this reason that she is going back to
the islands to live. The Queen has
been in very bad health in Washington.
In addition' to being a sufferer from
cancer, she has a serious attack of the
j grippe, from which she finds it impos
sible to rid herself. Owine to her cbn-
not stir about
From Koolauloa Police.
Editor Advertiser: In your issue! of
the 23th there is an article headed
"Gambling at Punaluu," and in it is
stated "that collusion in high places
was an active agent in letting the
games run almost wide open.'.' Permit
me to inform you that the principal in
-he game, Loo Ko, has been arrested
and fined on several occasions the last
being on the 12th when he was brought
before Judge Rathburn and fined S5
and 3 costs. Kindly asking you to
print fihis in defense of the Koolauloa
- KOOLAULOA POLICEMEN'.
Miss Florence Newman, who has
een a great eufferer from muscular
heumatism, says Chamberlain's Pain
alm is the only remedy that affords
ler relief. Miss Newman is a much
Respected resident of the village of
ray N. Y., and makes this statement
or the benefit of others similarly af
licted. This liniment is for sale by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.. wholesale
New bill to-night at the Orpheum.
BELGIAN HARES !
BELGIAN HARES !
I quality :p?
It's ideal for home use a
TRIAL CONVINCES !
We have a large stock of the best
pedigreed and fanciest strains of breed
ing does, at prices from f 10 up for
young or mature stock.
uistocratic line of ancestors of an Strinnpd
uck in California, at Kt
Mso KITCHENER PRINCE, a moe
We have such strains bs Lord Brit
on, Champion Dash, Yukon, Lord Llv
rpool and others of like grade.
Correspondence solicited. Order
romptly and satisfactorily executed
Eastern and Califorcia Oysters
Salmon i Red Pahho
Broadway Rab Miry,
1302 and 1304 Broadway,
Emery & Sandford
P. O. Box 162.
' I was 'ul
1 11 (9
108 KING STREET.
j.J.Waller : : Manager
Wloltsatl. Aid KUU
GK0LULU IRON WORKS
BOILER, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS.
BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS.
Ind MAChinery of erery description
mad to order. PaxtJculaj attentloa
paid to ship's Mackamlthla. Jol
work xctitd on tlx sborUst noOos
dition. she will not stir about
I during her brief stay In San Francisco,
j Contrary to her previous custom while
in tins city, she will attend no churches
nor theaters, nor appear in public on
any occasion whatever."
According to recently published dis
patches from Washington, the ex
Queen takes a very gloomy view of life
on account of her failing health and
her disappointment in failing to secure
a pension from the Government. Her
secretary, however, declares that she is
Dot a victim of disappointment, and
that she has made no roLiceable effort
to awaken the Government's interest
in her behalf. Said he: "If the Gov
ernment should offer her an annuity,
or In lieu thereof a lump sum of $250,
000 or 1500,000. she would accept it, but
she is making no efforts, and has made
none, to secure such relief. The recov
ery of the crown lands for her use, con
trary to general belief, is not a matter
that i3 giving her any concern. She
is willing to allow the Government to
act as it deems wiise and honorable in
The ex-Queen would jiot receive any
callers last evening. She made the ex
cuse that she was not feeling well, and
kept to the seclusion of her apart
ments. She did not even stir out into
the hallway to hear the familiar melo
dies of a Hawaiian orchestra that sere
naded her from the parlor floor of the
hotel. Upon being informed that a
serenade was in progress several floors
below her, she contented herself with
sending ner greetings to the musicians.
Colonel George W. Macfarlane, who
has acted as the Queen's adviser and
agent in many matters of state, left
here for Washington a few days ago.
He announced before taking his de
parture that he would remain at the
national caDital in her interest until
the adjournment of Congress. The ex-
Qtieena friends hope for some financial
relief for their former ruler before Con
LITERARY SOCIETY IN
An Original Irish Drama.
Lewis & Co.
111 Fort St. -:- Telephone Mf.
MAY 3 1 ST.
At the College Hall.
Secure your Seats at
CURTAIN RISES AT 8 P. M.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
A New Line of
CRAVANETTE by the Yard Black
and Assorted Colors. f
Silk and Alpaca.
Linen Carriage Wraps In Grea;
10 Fort Street.
Tho change In Tariff will increase
the price on Silk.
Buy your supply before the Bill goes
Corner Nuuanu and
- Hotel Street. Tel. 983.
The Misses De Lartigae
Hair Dressing and
HOTEL STREET, next to T. M. C. A.
and Manicuring. .
ORDERS TAKEN FOR f-
Switches, Wigs, Curly
To Reorganize Hawaiian PostoSfice.
Postoffice Inspectors M. H. Flint and
H. B. Hall have been ordered to Ho
nolulu to reorganize the postal system
in the Hawaiian Islands. The Hawaii
an postoffice system will not be attach
ed .to that of San Francisco as is that
of the Philippines, but will be managed
from Washington, D. C a3 an Inde
pendent system. Mr. Hall left yester
day on the America Maru. Mr. Flint
WING WO CHAN & CO
Cigars and Tobaccos,
Chinese and Japanese Teas,
Vases. Camphorwood Trunks,
Silks ar d Satin
...Or Al K:nd
210-212 Nuuanu Street.
AND CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY.
Office, Room 4 Model Block.
Telephone 708. P. O. Box 284.
Reliable and Confidential Watchmen
furnished on Short Notice for Stores.
Residences, Property, Etc, Etc
First class city references furnished.
FOR SOFTENING AND
"lhe hair, there is nothing better than
raenecos uandrunT Killer. This Is t
preparation of soothing and healing
properties; It removes dandrul and
cures itching scalps.
The quieting, refreshing and Invlgort
ating effects after one application of
this tonic are the pleasantest sensa
PAChJCO'S DANDRUFF KILLER
Is for sale by all druggists, and at the
Union Barber Shop. Telephone 696.
Family Lunch Rooms
Will re-open on Thursday, April 26th,
at its old stand. Merchant street.
Woman's Exchange building. IS27
W. W. W CCHESNEY & SONS-
Wholesale Grocers and Defers In Leati
er md Sole FMags
Afents 'Honolulu Soap Works Cm
any, Honolulu, taf Tannery.