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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU ' AUGUST 1 1901.
7 , local brevities. MRS. STRONG nmMit Band will give a TV FSt de Hawaiian Hotel, VST SELLS HOME mrSi dtien Agd Mother of the EIop. ,Lia.nd. ,..i9V. ; A. r 6,166 T h,s0 tai steward, as- '"S omcer Raises ffx MM .h Thomas. .1, concert by the Hawaiian 1 military hospital, Money. ,-uia i The ' he Moana Hotel was . renuereu . isr.w iukk, July 20.-Troubles accu- S W' a huge success. mer Ma'or Strong's widow, whose de- Sert tfcere ' ivo1 hp, . . cllning years should be bless! h v. Moana Hotel was rendered NEW YORK, July 20.-Troubles rr-fr- veu ueic cm- - wicsoeu uy n.itj- the marfUv m " us seen to Thj enltt rf v-, m . P .mouth Church in 1U,,UW mayor's old res- " Oil Wl, was Wfr . h.n HHdl naC '.a"-1- .... mam WW1,1118 ' .i Miss Bessie Burwen at offer consolation. KriBse hU irth The marriage was tkt w un board the gun- recoraed on Thursday. Mrs. Strong to Sl Tuesdaj night was in the whom her husband bequeathed the house j a surprise party, a party Of found it best t ?225 S'avln. Sr., the broS AU Ewpearing ana m mgn uie house brought a sum so con siderable, the sale would seem to mark Chinese xirl who was the last decline of th c " , . tVTong Han in the office of fortunes. iamuy 8 ill leav, i .i China today. From this house, which Mrs. Strong Dm "c , l.y her hus- has sold, the former Mavo- . le .i . a t " "ii iii. . r i .f 'l.i 11- IP I) T lllir 111 An.,,,... 11,.,. u, ii-1 i I II: i 1 ' wv ueucfi. an1 am. -3 . 1 1 have her land here. almost ready lsyj) and (maaaA to nan Francisco to welcome for their only son. Putnam Rrnriw " ' , 1 Ullt,. L- .lonmsntal station in Hie yountr man who T,.i a i at tne w;'"' - , , - .. - mc anuie 01 - , . - ,t imicti 1 n k rnrnsri 1 ,.- .1 . . . ; --. .v. pnue or nis jiH Smith is HHTIL IU. r . If.. . . . uuft - . - .f 1 1,1 let I., n k nrnari . . 1 ' . 1 1 ..I" MH IO - - M " 1.1 .. ..:i-c mnlhiir'u Wu.i .. i , the success ui r - . - n0m lIle jniiip- ,L but a short time to demon- Pines, where he had served with distinc :tness of his viewsA tion. And his father and mother blessed Wplla-Fargo Express CompanVf eir oy and took him home. " , .,.u .n,.h in HonoluluAX In Jhis house which she has solrl vir ftl 1 .. nermission by the trong, bitterly mourning her husband! Das all vnMsa nack- 'famed that the firm of wiihc, t ,mmer.i w ".. h r n Strong & Co.. whi.h h h..i .J! nnoointed local atent . fas hls Pride had failed. The houA I. un.. ii'. " r . 1 a 1 . , ., ,,! 1 U M V . fc 1 .T 1,1 .11 ,h p i. .ral rmirt oincers, mciuuiiig . , - TT c"es "eV" ' mnfle their income tax "l.'I,:r. and which are lt to PF.arnlv though they do not ""or mm,atter hi term of office ends BP if ti,A is unuerstood that Mrs Ktmn ,., ,:,ai iti-v are imuic, cvtn u . . , . STERLING WATER TDBE BOILEBS. Von Hamm-Young Co. AGENTS. Queen Street. Oahu Carriage Mfg. Co., Ltd, EIVEE STREET. Painting, BlacKsmithing and Ttimniing a Specialty. AXJL. ORDERS PROMPTL.T ATTENDED TO. Phone Blue S4L P. O. Box t7i I . 0 I 1 1; J 1 1 " J , . HH I Till I una m-iv 1 . . V- . b the law to ue vanu, ciaiui- .,.u : ouppi iier i 1 as officers of the United wlth mo"ey- Thse who know young . - ,,,-rnnient. , t . "iwusitu nis patri- , ..f-TrJT.atroi., accepted his common in X ! . 1 ...,nivv;inceS. a Dusnion ue ub- h j . . " . r ,1 . - - . iiuu uccu iivfii n n niifiinioi,,, . .j t.-.r vm vears. ine reasuu kiv- .,, , . . . - : DVU i''i t . . . anu uau t;u it:i tfl III.1 flrfll iimnn n .1, 1 - . . . 'ii. , 1 , , Tir 111 (iiK- , ' , u.iu he is best suited. ni- H"(nstrar iniuui mi ma -gil is that his work has been un-, lisfaetory. A successor has not been Porte, Ind., dispatcnes in can e T..ln O1) t-tof.. thor iohinn Oausr. runner pastor or e Fraud's Church m trial city, ana r..ri. iT'I t'l I Til I Li' LUUlIUlllCU mi 1 s- -1 We in San Francisco over a year ha been found in this city, where said to have been preaching. Wo f, f the Rev. Gause could oe found Jne Hawaiian Band will render the .. -.Irt.r o.wl if hp IS Ofiflinvtnir fdllowino- nilhlii . .. ,. a 11.. E 71 . . , - . 1 . n 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1'pit ill HOnOlUlU 11 IS uuuci an following persons are booked for jre on the Peking, due to leave . . . Cut lt'i-ini'icnA tomorrow pijri un i-la-' ' ia.4.v...w .. . ri.iliU, urvuui vi iiim . - - - Austin Jont-. Alice H. Jones, A. Gilfillan, K. F. Kicnaruson, Miss Kieuj,vl( J. Kmmeluth and wire, ni ii niuu. nuiiaw " H. Hay, James Kirklaml, R. N. i j tit n.-v. ,.-r, t a r .Smith, A. Caro. Mrs. J. H. Soper. b. and Mrs. Howard C. White ar- m Honolulu yesterday on me m n iini ;iii u i-i .i nii; i uiii.i e tr. years ago Miss Adams, the and Mr. White were stu- in Cleveland, Ohio, and it was .i, ., ,i. i.i. . ;. rr , m ,. r .. , u I iiiiii. t I .'ii Din v iiiini College of Social Sciences, and Miss :;m nppn : r h n Trip I n 4111 IS It fi III I MM III PPK that State to -the Philippines, i tax office was kept open last -T-irsjr Hawaiian Hotel this evening, com mencing at 7:30 o'clock: PART I. Overture, "French Comedy" Bela .Miserere, "II Trovatore" Verdi Selection, "Carmen" Bizet Songs (a) "Kapilina," (b) "Waianuenue," Miss I. Keliiaa. (c) "Aloha no Wau," (d) "Moani ke Ala," Mrs. N. Alapai. PART II. Cornet Solo, "Columbia" Roilinson Mr. Charles Kreuter. Fantasia, "The Best Ever" Mackie Waltz, "El Paso" Anthony Medley, "American Airs" Beyer "The Star Spangled Banner." Mr. Thurston Talks. Lorrin A. Thurston, former Hawaii an Minister to Washington, publisher of j the Honolulu Advertiser and a promi- j nent member of the Honolulu bar, ar- j until after 7 o'clock. Over 1,000 rived here from the Islands yesterday mu if....-. r . i s-. . ...!.. .n ,;n.. q nn 1 c o-iipci tr i ru' i i mjii:!i vi r . ' total very nearly 3,000. All day the Thurston said last evening that his trip 1 in front of the office continued, here was purely on private business the men were formed into lines nml hurl nothing tn iln with the efforts order to facilitate the work. -By 6 crii,, v.. to cnr-p tiiop-o .. ... i"cnj "c" ' tfiimnlifoiio' rpmnva from thp hprifll tflp Iltllff wn l-onl nncn !ti nrilpr u...... uemmodate the usual stragglers. in whicn flnt' he declared, he was not number of returns exceeded the laK,ne an active iuicibdi. ne Wfc wv VUIIIVIWI , UiU PTTWif m,A l V. a r A. m , W ,. r n n n f -v XJ r 1 1 1 it W tl Tl edifying the returns will now be Francisco Chronicle. BUSINESS LOCALS. How Plague Fake Travels. The American ship Jabez Howes, Captain Clapp, arrived at Tacoma, "ion erf, at Morgan's today, on Ju,y 17' in toW' eiShteen days out from Mreet. Honolulu, arter a iair voyage, enwouu- ttore and tf.rin!- liE-ht airs and several calms en - mi, rnniQ ho waa nnonnreri m me sia'iuii advertises for an linfiirnishpfl 1 in. nut out hallfiKt. ''A-Hiurn nmise Sp ari on nt.vt t w, loin,, Ho'f has maae several successive voyages num t;wwiii Honolulu with coal, but will make a JMrh. are offered for sale. See deep sea voyage on her next trip. She - aovertiserr.eiits. has been chartered to load lumber at t fwget that the sner-i. or the St. Paul mill for Sydney. Captain tn-ni . ' - , nonn oi.n..,! that unnn arrival mere. -'iiia rmens th s rnornino- o t . v,alJlJ ovem-v Brh & Co's Laoe TTon . i that although the plague is very prev- Un- ....... f.w laaies' belts, in natent - ""ue Kiq anrl Spa -tha L.tot . urasch & i alent in the Islands, business ?-eem to uc on 1.1 . v. ...... there Co's Lace irniio . , . -.. inoniniy meeting of Nuu ,rP.tsr.N". 1. Rose Croix, will he 1 II,. ' JV, .Ylll UC i llll1 1 Ullnnl. IT. i, ... - I , Ocloek cvciiius iirture of Mr. John , Fulton & Sctt N i,j - an(3 the business con- toe name of G. a. Dow GREAOREAK: ST!. B. Scott. .'Sett hno UDOKt to f " . , 1 1 . given his l" mi. tienrv "in 1 1 h t .. mil n. . . ait i. : " f. v l"r mm durine- his ah. -iu inp r, ... tL.. "flers Br, . 10 vet - ,, a IlTllton i roa.1 . .".uui.i 7n , rvisor of Honolulu ralk nr af Up any Portion of 'kZrS.Hs before com- una neon in IN -LACES! j we offer a to to hTS Men in businc-ss for ev6; I- will cele- Rim 1 d" gOO'ts in slor-V- ot 1 "me. Q - 'ciDitir.. . win cirer n boo- V nave JDr01, Proper yesterdav ihe Wra TrMoore a mem 1 1, .of ellalth. in nlno in rm, wham v o'-x. ,pSntPT;!U Gov- nw . uu i 'hn.i 7 or education. "a v.re t . . wi tvia . waruea. Putnam's' Cherry Cough Comfort Cures coughs and colds quicker than any other known remedy. It is quite agreeable to take and the first dose will give relief. If you have a cough don't neg lect It. There's no cure for con sumption in advanced stages. A neglected cough leads to con sumption. It is particularly valuable for throat and lung diseases, such as colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza. Children take it readily. '25 AND 50-CENT BOTTLES. J&brmJjjygCb) f S SALE OF i-&Cfc-C s s s s Curtains 10,000 BARRELS Roche Harbor Lime DOE TO ARRIVE Ex. Ship Henry Villard. Theo. H. Da vies & Co., LISIIIII). Hardware Department. fflH?mmllillMjMMiMHMiio;f JTOMT WE WILL CLOSE OUT AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES OUR SMALL LOTS OF CUR TAINS. WE HAVE THEM IN FINE EFFECTS. Three and one-half yards long, from $1.25 a pair. M. Brasch & Co. HOTEL STREET. Telephone 157. GENERAL... REPA WORK.. For one week only COTTON TORCHON LACES with insertions to match, from I to ZVi inches wide at So. a "STsira. I or 12 yards for 50c. There is wirle ranee of patterns choose from regular Torchon de signs. . This price, 5c per yard, should bring straight to our store every woman who has a possible need Of All Kinds Typewriters, Bicycles, Cash Registers, and all kinds of Light Machinery Bui t and Repaired. Every Job Goaraflteed. We Send for and Deliver. for Laces. Learn the Full Power of money by looking over our JAPANESE SILKS at 35c per yard; regularly sold at 60c per yard. They are the light, thin weaves that are particularly de io.i or fancv work: all colors, orange, reds, blues, ink3. white, j etc etc The quality Is much finer than the price-35 CENTS PER YARD would Indicate. Wnnr Cnr M A fi n. ' MIIW 1 Ul T WIA1VAV Wi nVal of thn . I . .v lotoct Tsjovelties tl'o a't t "aianaia at we are snowing iw- ;- TV. . "n. a. ntr lon delay for SQUARE-MESH Biur. v witn gut iwww--PLAIN CHIFFON VEIUNOS. j THE DOUBLE-EFFECT VEIL- j INQ. Likewise a sample lot of NOVELTY VEILS, no vw they are ready maae along before me the U1 STHlr .. engineers ma" Nki Warded for V, : , ionan bv , :::: '"ontVo , piesenta- iTt,onal salary-! . ' boiu"nes who repaired ! rtai,;!1;1 engines af- "ant i i 4 k ,u'n nn " the Come all sold. Iapo 1 (SDH v. recognition for I, S, SACHS DRY GOODS Pearson & Potter Co, Ltd. 926 Fort Street. Telephone Main 317. To Buv Plumbing Material WITHOUT A PLUMBER to put up the articles in flrst-class styie is of very wnall advantage to the average householder. The people of Hono lulu have been "cinched" so often by plumbers that they are afraid to set one onto a job by day's work. BAILEY'S PLUMBING SHOP will put your plumbing in condition and connect with the sewti for a very low figure. And guarantee the Job will PASS INSPECTION by the GOVERNMENT officials. And also ruarantee that day work by honest men is cheaper than contract. Contracts are taken, however, and promptly filled by Bailey's Plumbing Shop IMPORTERS OF MATERIAL AND PLUMBERS, NO. 17 KING STREET. Men's Negligee Shirts, - 85c This is the best shirt news we have had to tell this season because of the way we buy them, in large .quantities, we get a big reduction in price that's why we can sell them so cheap. These Shirts are made of excellent Madras, Percale and Gingham, in very excellent new and stylish designs and colorings. The prices run from 85c to $1.75 each. Fancy Shirt I !- 75c Made of Lawns, Muslins, Linen Color Grass Cloth and Fancy Stripe Ma'dra cut on the latest lines and made with he the most perfect workmanship. Al our prices they will go in a jiffy. There is awide range to choose from. Prices run from 75c and upward. HeiParasol. Her parasol my lady brings To screen the sunshine from her face A thing of slenderness and graee, A fluttering of scarlet strings A dainty froth of silken things, A whirl of ribbon and of lace Her Parasol. She bought It at Ehlers- of course, where they seij ail kinds from the cheapest to the best. Prices range from $1.50 to $10 each. Have you seen the small carriage kind? They're unique. New AH-Wool, AWioe Soilings. They are 36 inches wide and come in plain colors; are very light In weight and decidedly dressy. The pric is 50c per '-ard. Your Little Girl 4 And the measure of her Dleasure rt In her never-ceasing leisure ,L Tg a little, n-nrl rl rf fviincnra Decked in a white dress from EHLERS'. . If you want your little girl to be as well dressed as the 'other little girls, you must buy her white Drer.j at Ehlers'. They are made we mean the dresses, not the girls of dainty Swisses and Organdies to fit little girls from 6 to 14 years of age. B, F. Ehlers & Co FORT STREET. Frenclf Dry Cleaning Tft M. E. Killean Co . LimiUi HOTEL STREET, Has taken the dlgency for the Hawaiian Islands for the F. THOMAS PARISIAN DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS. SAN FRANCISCO. Mr. H. N. Cauwet, Superintendent oS the F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works, Is In the city, and will be at the local agency daily from 10 to 12 a. m. until August 5th, and will give his personal attention to the prompt and perfect execution of all orders for dye ing and cleaning. Special attention is called to our FRENCH DRY CLEANING PROCESS, which Is Invaluable for the most expensive articles, as no matter how elabor ately trimmed the garments can be beautifully cleaned, whole and without any injury to color or fabric. Stains are removed from the most delicate ar ticles. KID GLOVES CLEANED to look like new. Feathers, Feather Boas dyed, cleaned, curled and made waterproof. Never attempt to remove stains) as It will, in almost every case, result In making the stain worse than be fore. Fine lace curtains our specialty. j FINEST FRENCH CORSETS LARGE INVOICE JUST RECEIVED. FITTING CORSETS A SPECIALTY to t f that John D. ms request. COMPANY, LTD.