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CHS PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, JULY J, pi urn m JAS. F. MORGAN Z i ; ? ! 11 i e "Lm rv n rr!lBH 1 LA-UULLK- 3 i Mi! 0 0 c ; Congress Will Settle, it is Said. 33 Queen Street. ! i p. 0. Ecx h34. Telephone 72. 1 imx cetlon. Formosa oolong. r-rr?rr 1 ANGE PEKOE, PAN FIRED JAP or THIS DAY ENGLISH !j EaKF i c. GREEN,. J (or SUN Diiirn. v ".T'X iMMt m mm Auction Sale OF The Great Queen Street Bargain House OFFER IN! s ducements T E F In a full line of Children's, Boy's, Youth's and Hen's ReadyMade suits SLS h uits in all bizifs for Bovh from 2 tn 14 voir - -- - -from $1.00 up, Cloth and Wool Sailors to tho y;ry latent cuts and in sizes hound to fastidious and hard to fit. mil th" most hit L RSEBB ! General McCock Believes Adrr.lnis i I ! traticn Will Give Liliuoka'ani a Handsome Sum. . WOODEN FENCES. OS THUHSDAY, JULY 5, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, or ELACK LEAF). NATURAL LEAF SON, GUNPOWDER, Etc. Abu any blend that tie most fastidious taste may 6er:ja.r.d j To some unfortunates any hot ttiscolortd Cecoction o i "Tea." Tendering our profound peal to those who love a good cup J Few good Judges of tea are entirely satisfied with tb ..au. by any one brand of tea, and seek to supply deficiencies bv a i,. p'k . . ... ... ... "a5ture w i en i teas, tecnnieauy caaiea -nienaing. With our experience of teas we can do this better than eom passion to this ciaM c of real tea. "s., , KAN riiANCISCO, June CT a) ; Edward M. JloCook. a member of the ifaaH.us "fighting AlcCook" family, who : is now a guest of Charles K. lilinn at j US, Post street, i? of the opinion that a ;a- nn a? the coming election is over u:d President Mv Kin ley is settled for On Kunsnn Si npiir St.. T arin tencrfli ' wn jt Piihlic Aiwti.-m Vitt nrrior of ih Board of Health, the entire fence eur rounding the Wtir Robertson place. i sumer, our large knowledge of teas guiding us with conjis.ra when the mere amateur blunders. If you are still looking fur . . -rtsJ you, let us help you. the ountry. Wc carry the most'conr.p'.ete line cf m.1 H Ji. M. Ay- C f ariotfcer terra of four years, the admin- 4 list ration will taLe up the crown lands d ; claims of Liliuokalani, the ex-Queen of ft ON FRIDAY, JUD 0, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, 1 will sell at Public Auction, by order cf the Hoard of HeaUh. the fence sur rounding the old Hotel Stables on Ho- ! tel and Richards Sts.; also the fence, surrounding the Franz .place on Hotel and Punchbowl Sts. i 9. -BIG STORES-2 LTD ON SATURDAY, JOLT AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., I will sell at Public Auction, by order of the Board of Health, the fence sur- rounding the Chinese premises on the corner of the V.'aikikl road and King: street. - JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. i 1 Hawaii, and settle with her for a hand ! some sum. As General McCook is ' known to be a warm persona! friend of ' :fiator iiark Hanna ar.4 close to the acrnirsistration. tlie friends of the de Ivset: Queen ere much comforted by ; the assurances he has given. 1 Tli'.. interest taken by General JIc- Cok in the affairs of Hawaii's ex J'Wurf'D are lue to the tact that he was f 'the lirst ilinistsr accredited by the Gov ' eri.rnf nt of the Unuec States to the 'Hawaiian Court, in ltiu, and during his t -rm negotiated the lirst treaty of reci- frfKTity. Luriap his re? i-ience "in Hono- lulu li.s f.rm attitude toward the threat ieitrd linush encroachment -n Hawaii O : undoul'tdiy saved this Government from s -me very unpleasant diplomatic ' cmplicati'T,!? with Kngiand. 0, ; Genera! MoCwk entered the Federal i army in IsC-j as a privt.te in the Kan.san A ; Legion, and after a brilliant career of ifive years rose to the rank of Brigadier i General. He was twice appointed by ! President Grant as Governor of the then 4!T-rr;tory of Colorado, and there or- ;ganizKi a sch ol system and an Immi-' L. O I T x 1 igration board that were instrumental I I ) M 11 SllCST 1 jO I ,tfl ,n development. Through his personal j UaAAU "g11 UU5 -tU. 0 j efforts the first railroad was built into- " m 4 ; Denver. He was the first advocate of; i woman suffrage. After his s-cond term ' ON THURSDAY, JULY 12, i as Governor of Colorado General lie- i Cook deciin-d the portfolio of Postma-! AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. iJ,,Gnera1' t?nd,;red to hilil l,y Presi-; At my calesroom. 33 Queen street, Ho- 1 a rt" , . , t ! nolulu. I will sell at Public Auction, by 2 r A J J ? Z a banker and capitalist order of the Treasurer. Mr. J. F. Hack- ! f r Lv!l . r b&en aVhe PaceUeld. the following certificates of stock Toi'f"."' t0, the,ourt ofT-.8t-! assessment due Dec. 20th. 1S99. delin- 1- " V1 IdU? VK quent eb. 20th, 1900. with Interest i ivd asia.ua.. nr irdnic liere irurn me East, it is said, with a proposition from an English syndicate to buy the crown ' 1 : j n rl rluimm r1 aT.ftnaan T Hitti-.bolanl This Trnrxitt.rl KvnHionti. flual to iko v,eru snares. ! result of a close study of the dethroned Lo Goon ; Qlin's claims, and a belief that hr The Waterhousc Store, i E?TKEL STREET. Telephone 24. $ The Mclntyre S& COR KING AND FOrr SnErl Telejhoae 22. ' v- The Change in Tarifi will increase the price of Good A ol ! e W0G advi?e von to huj your supplv I,efore tliei- AUCtlOtl ale bill takes effect Jnue 14th. We are holdup 'a ' OF ! Special Sale in SUM LL111UULI1I UlUVl! IN THE f 0XL thereon and advertising expenses, Ik paid on or before the day and hour of sale: 10 6 (demands are just and will meet with. ith" approval of the Government. i j Mr. Iloffnung has never visited the' jJaids. but was Bopoiotd to the po- J 4k!iti:i of ilinlstr by Kalakaua on the j j nc-sislon of his late majesty's first visit, j to Indon. more thn twenty yars ago. :' j H" al?tl materlaMy in floating the : B:flrst Hawaiian loan In London, a part; 4k ' f which has ben asvrred bv this i i Government since anneration. Yester- ; ;dav Mr. Hoffnunir left for New York 'and will soon sail for London. 51 c HONEYMOON COUPLE HERE JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. J. F. HACKFELD, Treasurer. Honolulu, June 23th. 1900. Auction Sale OF III II o ne Week Only. . . . WAVERLY BLOCK. K5 HOTE or Sale! i IN THE Honolulu S'.cck-Yards Co., Ltd. ! ! We can honestly demonstrate that this the largest .shipment of the best up-to-date clothing ever brougt to thin citj. Our otber lines of Dry Good have been ko well chosen that further advertising of their attrac tiveness is unnecessary, except to fiay that for the next week everything will be reduced that htock taking will be more quickly accomplished. e 4k 4k to 4k 9 James Rolph, Jr., and Bride Arrive on the Australia. ! ON FRIDAY, JULY 27th, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At try salesroom. S3 Queen Su Hono lulu. I will pel) at Public Aucton. by j order of the Treasurer, air. Frank Has- j : tace. the folowing certificates of stock ; j in the Honolulu Stockyards Co., Ltd.. i unless the sevond assessment, due Jan- uary 1st. 1300. delinquent February 1st. i -04K- A honeymoon couple arrived yester day on the Australia from San Fran- ieco. They are James liolph. Jr., and ; 13,30. with interest thereon and advertis- bride. The happy pair were married J ing expenses, is paid on or before the j Just before the steamship sailed from f day and hour of tale: the Coast, liolph is the senior mem- Cert. Driving and Draft Horses, Light, Medium, Heavy Mules, California Milch Cows Poultry, Etc, Etc. Shares b.r of the firm of Ilolph, Hind & Com- j 81 Katrue! Parker xrt) pany of Han Francisco. Although a ' 41 Union Express Company 20 new firm It is one of the most enter pritdng shipping factors on the Coast, -ox- JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. Honolulu, JuEe 27. 1TOC. F. IIUSTACE. Treasurer. ! Cottages For Rent. $1 . 1 KOJA 1 I t; the company has ubout fifteen vessels ; I in service. Itolph comes here o estab- . lish an apency of the firm in Honolulu, j The following tells of their marriage: 1 SAN FIIANC1SCO, June 27. Trinity ! Presbyterian church at the corner of' Twenty-third and Capp street was last j night crowded to its utmost capacity .. 1 .. f ( .. ; nAKMi 11 T-i .t 1 . f came Mrs. James Itolph, Jr. The church . Two New Unfurnished Cottages, five was lj.-uutlfu!!y and tastefully decorat-; airy room . centrally located. ed. The ceremony was performed by ' Also Two Nice 2-Rocm Cottages, sult llev. Dr. Mackenzie of the First Pres-' able for young men. 1. C .Hanford of Bt. John's Episcopal church. George U. Hind was the groom's bet man, and Miss Jeanie Keid, a sister of the bride, wa3 the inaid of honor. The bridesmaids were Alius Mildred T. liolph. Miss Gertrude Klbbuld and Miss Marlon Cummlng. The follow lng jentlenien acted a? ush- Honolulu Stock-Yards C LIMITED. W. H. RICE, Pres. VV. S. WITHERS,! 1 Enqul-e of JAS. F. MORGAN, 23 Queen Street. Kolph, Thomas Polph, Real Estate FOR SALE. . 1. SE LOTS on Kin? SC, opposite Of era: ltonuld T Archibald lUid, Itobert C. Iteid. James It. Lyons, Henry H. Deatty, Pichanl N. Naaon. Charles W. llaseltlne and William Z. Nkcel. Mr. und Mrs. liolph are j.rominent in ttoclul circles of the Mission. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 1111 1 Held, a native of Ban Francisco. Mr. 2. SEVERAL LOTS on Punahou Kolph Is a member of the well-known road, opposite the College property, lc shipping lirm of Hind, liolph & Co. I Mr. and Mrs. Itolph, Jr., wil! leave I I j CUSTOM residence of J lota, 60xE20, S. Walker, Esq.; ! -a. rf UtrtA Vnnvn sut th Jndrt tract to. day on the Australia for Honolulu. They are to bo a way seven weeks. IMP 0TERS. Queen Street. Honolulu, t Traffic Agreement. SAN FJIANCIRCO, June 23. Begin-! iilog with thr Inauguration of the Oce anic r'teuriiKhip Company's new steam ship K:rvii.e between Ban Francisco, li.iVMtil and Australasia, or possibly at un earli--r di'te, a j traffic, arrange ment li. tweu that company and the S.ir.ta Ke will go into effect. It Is said that the traffic arrangement will make the Austialoin line the exclusive ocean cooneellon of the f-unta Fe. that Jjlnt itKMn-Jeg will lye established at Hono lulu and other ports reached by the Ot.trar.ic; steamers, and that freight and passenger business castbound from Australia, New Zealand end Hawaii will, so tar as possible, be billed and ticketed through to the East over the t-'uiita Fe. :OMPRISING 3 FrNE LOTS fronting on the road, each lot contains from 1 to 2 acres. ALSO Beyeral fine lota at pear ol abore and adjoining the prop erty of Messrs. F. M. Swanxy, II. E, Walty, C. B. Wells and G. P. Wildier, These lots are on sloping groana on a road running parallel with the M&noa road and command extended views of 6a or shore. JAS. F. MORGAN 1 I 1 1 mm S3 Oueen Street. i P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. M OUR OWN 000 MANUFACTURE. Unecxcelkd for .Durability ' and Finish. -oo- Californla, Mexican, Spanish and Hawaiian style Riding Saddles Our reputation Is staked on the product of our Manufacturing Pp and our workmen have had the longest practical .Island "P""1 njMT Harness and Saddlery line, without exception, which means a thoroug ...VI- . - . uauie anicie wain irora us. A FULL LINE OF HORSR GOOLJ. I?LA.It) ORDERS FROV-' FILLED. ' oo INS TELEPHONE 2. P. Leading Harness WannftfM EOX507 rUNO STREET, EA. NUTJANU.