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THE PACIFIC COMMEECIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGUST 16, 1901.
14 I OF The Golden Rule Bazaar 316 FORT STREET. - A Sailor's Log," by Robley D. Evans, U. S. N. . Dupes." bv Ethel Watts Mumford -viFive Years of My Life," by Capt. Al fred Dreyfus. -The Silver Skull," by S. R. Crockett. 'Concerning Isabel Carnaby," by Ellen T. Fowler. -Prince Rupert, the Buccaneer, by Gutcliffe Hyne. Y -' "When Gates Lift Up Their Heads, by Payne Erskine. "Tour Uncle Lew," by Charles R. Sherlock. . '"Jack Raymond," by E. L. Voynich. "Home Thoughts," by "C." The Storv of Eva," by Will Payne. -"An Affair in the South Seas," by Leigh H. Irvine. "The Tribune Primer," by Eugene Field. "John Henry," by Hugh McHugh, and a long list of latest paper novels. H " CELEBRATED l A " ffi SHE IS VERY POPULAR IN NEW YORK CITY The Days of Tight Belts Are Over Cling-Surface f "v?LDSTQ-SURFACE" IS A BELT tfuer. which produces a clean, ftUnstn TOrface on the belt after It a penetrated the belt, and it i M!t imimtlve, making ana I .,'wir1 the leather, cotton or rope V iwbl ana elactie, vastly mcreaa ua 1U Ufa. It also acta perfectly ..a robber belta C-cs-thlr more power 1c trana- itt4 hf 1U uae. or In other I werac, a belt two-thirds as large ! will transmit the power if "Cling 4(ntM" la wed. ttn for a cample ten-pound tin. Price 50c uer lb. UTILE GIANT fIRE EXTINGUISHER At only abemleal fire extinguisher that la ready at any time Win not aetartorata. No dangerous adds or I afcemlcalc in it. Can Lc handled by 1811 bitter DYSPEPSIA Is not Incurable as many people sup pose. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has never failed to cure the worst cases. It cleanses the system of all impurities, enriches the blood, makes strong nerves and cures constipation, indiges tion, biliousness, liver and kidney trou bles. A dose before meals will prevent belching or sourness of the stomach. Try it. See that OUR PRIVATE REV ENUE STAMP covers the neck of the bottle. J-JOSTETTER'S STOriACH BITTERS Creates a Hearty Appetite Price $3 each. Me EM CGO ran nun Company, Ltd. Sreat Reduction in Prices Safins made large additions to om xsact&sry, we are now able to launder (fiPKSJLDfi, SHEETS. PILLOWSLIPS, ABUi CLOTHS, TABLE NAPKXNB .,ai TOWSL0 at the rats of IS CENT! W DCZSN, CASH. (Satisfactory work and prompt dellT it guaranteed. 9fo fear of slothing; being- lost from strikaa. We LaTite Inspection of our laan&n U&.4 methods at any time during bual--sm keuns. Ring Up Main 73 jmM cur wacons will sail for your work. Telephone your orders THE WELL NIGH universal use of residence telephones affords a quick and handy way of giving grocery or ders. AT OUR STORE an intelligent sales man answers the telephone. He knows the prices, know.s the goods, what is in stock and what is not, and your order has immediate attention. Hawaiian Brick. THE HONOLULU CLAY CO. Is prepared to deliver a first-class BUILDING BRICK in quantities to suit at a price much under that of the imported article. HffilllN N6INEEMN6 Rooms 508, 509, 51 CONSTRUG I U AH classes of ES ports made for WatS8 Electrical al-rworka. aZ" Specifications and Estimates prepared, and construction ' branches of engineering work. Contracts solicited for rfluUPernteo i" steam, tunnel, bridges, buildings, highways, foundations J?"" electrf'c J SPTOial AUentin iVen iffiS - PoruTf' 1 Frederick J. Amweg, M.Amn" W. R. CASTI.F.. JR.. Spp'v and TYpm. ' ' priMnsA. . Straw Hats Special Line of Gentlemen's Straw Hats, from 25 Orders received by Lewers & Cooke LIMITED. SALES AGENTS. Fort Street Lewis & Co., LEADING GROCERS AND ''.' s FOOD SPECIALISTS. 1060 Fort Street. Castle & Cooke LIMITED. LIFE ahd Fi . Insurance Agents AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Cfc OF BOSTON. ETNA FIRE INSURANCE Oi OF HARTFORD. NEW SUITINGS RECEIVED . . . Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson Is New went steadily on. seeking his ideal, un- York's latent idol. Pretty, possessed of til he met her. great musical ability, a fine linguist, It was at a gathering of Southern artistic to her finger tips, versatile to people that Mr. Gibson, author of the the last degree, she has for a time Gibson girl, beheld the young woman eclipsed her handsome husband. They who was henceforth to be his ideal. On call her the Gibson girl. being told" that she was Miss Irene Many people do not suppose that Langhorne, of the Virginia family of such a one as the Gibson girl made that name, he sought an introduction, famous from the pictures of the cele- and from that very minute began to brated young artist really exists. But pay court to her. They have been mar they are the uninformed ones who have ried seven years. never had a favored glimpse of this Mrs. Gibson is of the style called personage in real life. queenly. Without an ounce of fat, she For many years Charles Dana Gib- is of magnificent stature, neither thin son did not believe himself that she nor plump. Her carriage, with uplift- existed. Indeed, he said so many times, ed chin and straight eyes, reminds one But he drew pictures of her as he greatly of the Gibson type that high saw her in his mind's eye. painted her, bred woman who moves along with posed her artistically, hired models hauteur, yet with all the grace of lady who looked something like her, and hood. A LETTER FROM A LADY IN THE JOSEPHINE STANTON CO. Pajamas A VJCKX DESIRABLE two-piece sleeping or lvungirs . by many men to the regular night robe Petifc JUST THE THING for traveling, as 'their appears greater freedom than the usual kind of night shirts pernilu g w.c n.i v c i n c .i i in aiijs., Madras and Crepe Shirts made of good-weight Madras Cloth, colors woven in Th especially pleasing, made In stripes and plaids with tH Wernw match. We also have Linen, Silk and Neellee 8 l!ei U Ties Newest shapes and latest designs in Silks in Four-ln Scarfs, Puffs. Band Bows. etc. aana- Ted WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF Gents' Furnishing Goods. CALL AND BE CONVINCED ' AKI HOTEL STREET. WAVERLY BLOCK. HONOLULU Brewing and Malting Comp'ny, Ltd, Primo Lag Geo. A. Martin Boston Building. rO THE EDITOR: A part of one of your papers, containing Mr. Egry's statement (which I read was forwarded to Miss Stanton. And I intend to contradict it. I know ex actly what I'm writing to be true, as I lived at the same hotel and all there acknowledge this as being correct. It is a great injustice done the com pany, also to Mr. and Mrs. Hallam, who have been his benefactors ever since he joined. He has no right what- HOME PRODUCTION Remember ! We do not have to fortify our Beer. Draught and Bottled Beer Delivered. Cold Storage for Rent. Telephone MAIN 341. Orders Promptly Riled was expected (from his father in Hun gary) on the Mariposa, due June 17th. He stowed away the 15th on the Sierra. No one has seen the violin since he left and as a matter of fact it belonged to Mr. Hallam. Paul Egry is in debt to Mr. Hallam $30 also. He still owes everyone with I whom he came in contact. I know nothing of his trunk (never saw any in his room), but am thorough ly convinced he never had one. If Mr. Egry had one spark of de cency he would never have spoken thus. Such a worthless. good-for-nOth- i the company. We have been doing splendid and all who visited the dif ferent shows seem well pleased. He was treated kindly by all mem bers of the company; stopped at one of the best hotels, but very soon dis- PAJAMAS! CREPE LINEN SILK ever to speak against the business of jnff stamp ought to have a term in jail- similar to the one he served in the States. I forgive his ignorance and lack of tact, as he may have been un der the influence of drink (his only "virtue"). If you will kindly enlighten the nub- i graced himself by continually drinking ; lie you will greatly oblige a member of and acting like a maniac. I the company who sinceielv hones for A person like that could not possibly ithe great success of the Josephine Stan disgrace our company, as we have a ton Opera Company throughout the prima donna and manager who are sin- world. cere. That's what the public want. j Yours very truly. i He received 14 from the hotel-keep-J MISS GRISEI,I,A KINGSL.AND. er under false pretences, saying money 1 Christchurch. N. Z., July 16, 1901. FLANNEL SATIN MADRAS ETC., ETC. LOWEST PRICES AT- SAN FRANCISCO, HONOLTJLTT NEW YORK. M, S. Grinbanm & Co LIMITED. Importers and Commission Merchant! SOLE AGENTS FOR BLANCHE BATES 5c CIGAR. BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANC COMPANY, of Toronto, Ontario. THE AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York. Special attention gvien to conaifa nient of Coffee and Rice. OIL AS A STREET SPRINKLING FLUID The Experience of a California County Told by a Resident. SAN FRANCISCO, July 12. Super visor Theodore F. White, of San Ber nardino county, Cal., in a carefullv The cost of oiling roads varies with the cost of oil, the distance it is haul- I ed, etc. As compared with the cost of sprink- j ling roads with water to lay dust, if the' original application is charged to road construction, it is much cheaper, as! Well as more effective. A long period of wet weather with j heavy traffic would lead to an oiled , road becoming cut up and greatly; damaged, but in this climate that Is ' seldom experienced. Experience has shown that oil to a great extent prevents the disintegrat- j ing effect of storm water. 1 Oil used on macadamized roads to i t-lii,H i !i' ' i.. CQ n1 It 'i c H. . n -i nnlto.l prepared and lengthy article in the has given g0, s;llisl;)",.t j. Redlands CItrograph, gives the expe- rience of that county in sprinkling oil on the streets, at first to lay the dust, and as the result of experience, to form a solid roadbed. The following brief points are based on Mr. White's article: In working for permanent Iwakami & Co. HOTEL STREET e -e -e -e-e- t ---e --e ---t 1 TH0S. EVANS SISTER WEDS Thursday evening George C Sellner, Manila, and Sarah Kaihryn u u- results from Klfl td ISA hnrrnlu rf r.il i ' of are used on a roadbed eighteen feet ' ,Uun of Chicago, were united In mar wi(je I riage at No. S.I Calle Quiotan, Santa ("ruz, by the Rev. Dr. Homer C. Owing to the absence of the trt i3i phone itated State 16S8 - PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER Ts a life-giving fluid for the hair, and the only remedy that will absolutely cure dandruff, also prickly heat. It softens dry, harsh hair, gives gloss and richness to the natural color and is a positive cure for all manner of hair and scalp diseases. Pacheco's Dandruff Killer, sold by all druggists and at the Union Barber Shop. 30 HEAD OF HORSES FOR SALE. Will arrive per Olympic, on or about August 31st, and will consist of fine MATCH TEAMS. DRIVERS, PACERS, DRAY TEAMS, And teams for all kinds of work. Ap ply to CHARLES H. BELLINA, 5932 Comer Queen and Alakea Sts. Custom House Blanks. Of All Kind. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPAJO Good results are obtained from tlu use of oil on soil that naeks hard ami ' stuntz on loose alluvial soil, but there is un- bride's brother, Mr. Thomas E. Evans, certainty regarding its value on loose In America, it was decided to have a sand. Roads composed of clay or lime-1 verv private wedding, and the only stone should receive a light sprinkling persms preSent at the ceremony were of oil before oil is applied. l ,(, M pit, r,.pIVS,.lUitlg the Oil on land carrying much alkali ; ,)ri(l(.-s brother, and Mr. Charles M. forms a soap and washes off. Such ; j,.nkIns :lnd Mr. and Mrs. M. R. King, roads should be covered with other Th(, house was beautifully decorated BOiv. . , . , , , with palms, and the bride looked Make roads in the fall, let them get I eharminK in a beautiful wedding gown thoroughly soaked, apply oil in the of wnite mousseline de sole, embroid spnng before getting cut up. Wj in silver. over white liberty satin iwia iiiu&l in.- uiuiiihii. .Liie sunace or and chiffon. After the ceremony an elegant wed ding banquet was tendered to the bride and groom by Mr. Pitt at his charming home on Calle Nozaleda. Pa co, at which only a few invited guests were present. After August 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Sellner will be at home to their many friends at 401 Calle Reali Malate. Manila Times, July 20. the ground must be dry when oil Is applied. Oil is applied while hot from 200 de grees upward. It is well to heat the oil in tanks with the aid of steam pipes. Ten or twelve miles is about as fair as oil can be hauled in the sprinkling tank wagons for use before it cools off; too much. An ordinarv lever harrow can be used on the streets before and after , PLAYED IN THEATER 41- YEARS niling to. prepare the ground and mix OLD. in the oil. The teeth must be well slanted back. Salvini theatrical company re- It is well to have a repair outfit. , . ,. consisting of a tank holding a few bar-!""- performed the Oedipus T ran rels of oil which can be heated at the nu" of Sophocles in the theater at roadside. Vicenza, which was built by the archi- Not more than a quarter of the tect Palladis in K.84, after ancient amount of oil used in the first appli- Greek models. Among the spectators cation is necessary in succeeding years V as Gabriele D'Annunzio, one of whose to keep the road in good condition. pt.t pans is the revival of the antique Oils heavy in asphalt are the best trilge,jVf an(i who is anxious to have f!hiS U-Se' . ., (like Wagner) a special theater for car- Above 5 per cent of water in oil f . . ' 1 . .. . , . , . ... makes it objectionable. MW trt hls Pas ln aH 8tfl- m Ml WW i ' v The highest type of American whiskey. Distilled in the old-fashioned way from selected grain. Aged in wood. An aid to digestion and tonic stimulant combined. 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