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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU AUGUST 22 1901.
That Was a Sad Failure
for the Violin
.i-, eccentric violinist who
eW Honolulu a year ago with the
ae , Ontru Company, and who
,:on 'J"1 "' . ...
1C studio n tne iove diock
k-eral months afterwards, was di-
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reed in -an
... jfjfp, Emily M. Egry, upon
. . 1 rTrnr wilful n AP-lprt
!l habitual intemperance. Egry made
iist achieved notoriety by de
..... r..nhine Stanton Opera
. jn AUCKIilMU. new ticaianu,
Stowing himself away
. otnra hound for San Fran-
via Honolulu He had gone to
" and from Honolulu as a flrst-
Jl passenger and according to his
story opened many bottles of
" agne. His return to Honolulu on j
l3"- steamer was in the galley. (
?" found as a stowaway i
ii... tiirnf-! The- Hnn?a-
,:ain hou"'c"' ... !
Z virtuoso over to the steward who
.i- work peeling potatoes, car-
I' u.fc of flour up from the hold
l . j - V r.. ,'onina note rtf
When the Sierra ar-
rere was amon; the first to come
lioh h - fnat hv
...... arr'jmuii"p 1
... c.ng himself to prevent his being
. a J ... i I.. ,1
i ained on Doaru awi wun w
I jm Francisco.
t t - : -i
jjSS Stanton, to wnoin r-sij iauu
. i Kai ho loft A iiflrlnnH
rnnn- r " ' 11 . - . . . . ..... .
jy written to Honolulu friends that :
Tjfjr was head over neeis in ueui w j
wybody in the company, and neglect
i . r?turn a valuable violin to Mr.
0( the Stanton company, wnicn
I j been loaned to the musician. As
pv arrived here witn oniy a viuun
m minus tne violin, wie iiisiruiiieui.
-ibably in an Auckland pawnshop.
voung man having had experience
e iluna, desires pesition.
P"no lager; families supplied. Tel-
(jicne Blu 2811 for prompt deliveries.
inkbooks of any desired pattern
M to order at the Gazette bindery.
a short notice.
Tie new grocery of John E. Goeas
i0 open Saturday morning Call in
ud see his stock.
D. G. Camarinos offers for sale sev
il fine canary' birds just arrived by
j fa Hongkong Maru.
fa Delineator for September is brim
of interesting matter. Mrs. Han-
li. has them 15 cents a copy, or $1 per
Tainabie leasehold property on Bere
'aaa street, near River street, will be
&j at Fisher's auction rooms next
;. r & Waity, grocers, have recelv
1 1 lot of fresh groceries per steamer
Ibriposa. Call and see their stock, or
Ir ap phone 680.
baa ?nd plants, including limes,
uiges, lemons, grapes, pineapples,
(t. are offered for sale by Camari-
m, Aiakea and King streets.
Sdward R. Swain will leave for a
n business trip to the Coast on
us Ventura next Tuesday. He ex-
lltpj to be away a few tnontns.
Tie stockbooks of the Ewa Planta
in Company will be closed to trans
sr? from Saturday, August 34, to the
la instant, both dates included.,
A lady's purse containing jewelry
seen lost. The purse has a name
!Mped on the tlap. Reward offere-1
The best thing to use for washing
Vi embtHderies, silk and fine linen
wis, 1? a preparation sold by E. W.
Piu, called ' Priscilla Compound."
Tr-spiuising on the fishing grountl.-;
: Uoaiialua and Kaliawa is strictiy j
Niibit.'d, and all persons found on i
h premises without permission will
J Yuen Tai. on Fort street, above '
mi, iB enjoying a good patronage
Honolulu people. DressmaKing '
ladi-s" und-rwear, and full line of i
luto nets are his specialties.
- Pacific Lodge Rebekahs will
" n "at home" this evening at the
w rooms on King street. A pro
f f exerci8es Win be given, fol
by the serving of refreshments
order of Judge Estee, Auctioneer
Fisher will sell at public auc
n September 7th, two 2-story
and lots at Punahou, opposite
ege. See Fisher's column today
I F rarther particulars.
A. Bowen, the treasurer of the
4.mea Sugar Company, gives notice
- stockholders that the stockbooks
company will be closed to trans-
fora August 28. to Saturday, au
l a, both dates included.
KiJty having purchased more
Bld furniture while at the
i ifcan h- has use for, advertises
! sell same at reduced price.
ia3 t cna"ce to buy new furniture
y a for particulars.
"fs T.iu be received at the office
B rf "'r' h r 9' for the coifttruc
ral school houses on the
Islands. Specifications and
Lan be eetn at the office.
jj1 s'Jgar Company gives no
tz? te seventeenth assessment
JM tJnr cent' or 50 cents per stacer
iHrw ctliea. to be due on Septem
duM sixteenth assessment
mv' Tj-sday, and if not paid
:iat rittV'3' interest will be charg
Ji P- r cent per month.
T0USO LADY'S LIFE SAVED.
- Coiombla, by Chamber-
1,c' Cholera and Diarrhoea
The transport Solace will carrv a
mat! to the Coast this afternoon V
! Among those who arrived fm
A reception for Rev Gen
and wife wiirbe giveT toigh? at o"!
( tral Lnion Church.
The steamer Mikahala has b
Wray Taylor, comm.ssioner of ar-r
CUltare, presented several En?j523
Sfv- !t0ney of the Solace re
tractive variety. y 1
Sun shun, ihe Chinese who was shot
while stealing chickens, is reported as
among the number indicted hy the
Grand Jury. The bench warrant Tor
I, S tanreSt uhaS n0t been served as he
is still in the hospital.
t-tKn concfrt at the Hawaiian Ho
tel this evening four new Hawaiian
songs wi 11 be sung oy M.v. Aiapai C
m& Keliiaa The songs are written
and composed by Mrs. Emma de Fries
and arranged by Captain Berger.
'U ?-iSh to do a charitable act
which costs you nothing, buy coffee
from the Kona Coffee Store. The
headquarters are at the Woman's Ex
change. Orders sent in by telephone
will be promptly delivered.
Assistant Surgeon Carey D LanK
horne. U. S. N.. for conduct in 'he
presence of the enemy at Novelletti on
October 8, 1899. is one nf hc ,
for medals at honor. Surgeon Lang
borne was in Honolulu two weeks aKo
cn the gunboat Petrel.
Mr. Moler and Miss Jessie Neill were '
married at the St. Andrew's Cathedral :
at noon Tuesday, by the Rev. Dr J
Mackintosh. The bride was given away 1
by her father, John Neill, of Catton &
Neill. F. J. Turner acted as best man I
Immediately after the wedding th
couple left for Eleele, Kauai, whre 1
they will make their home
IN POLICE CIRCLES
LADIES! D0 nottghe
f8?S?jm WMW " iMimn
Without tirst gettms? a pair of
oar Tramping Shoes, which
make walking and mountain
climbing ensv. We have just
ths thing for you in a strong
Vici Kid wrn a he.ivy welted
sole. We hare them in two
grades, at $3 50 and $4.50.
-i ;iTn ursikir ours ET"
MSK TOT Our ' InMIVlrilVj OnVt
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Finings, Continuances and Arrests of
The following cases were disposed of
in the District Court yesterday: Chida '
Manga baro, manslaughter first degree, j
August 27; J. J. Souza. selling liquor, j
$2oo and costs; M. Souza, selling j
liquor, discharged: C. Viera, Tademi- :
chi, Furusha, Shimoda, selling liquor. !
August -'i: K. Kimokeo, Kauihou, P.
Palakiko. assault and battery on K.
Paiaina and Pa, August 22; John
Brown, assault with weapon, committed
Circuit Court; Mrs. G. H. Moore, ma
licious injury, nolle prosd. ; George
Wade, murder first degree. August 22;
H. Rooney, violating carriage regula
tions, reprimanded and discharged:
Christian Anderson, C. H; Brown. John
Larsen. drunkenness, $2 and costs; Ka
lei, Daiel Kawaa, Keoni Akai. K. Ka
lawemaunu. malicious injury. August
22; J. Ernestberger, malicious injury,
nolle prosd.; Munikawa. common nui
sance. $5 and costs; Ed. Cassidy, com
mon nuisance, $2 and costs; Parmer,
curfew law. reprimanded and discharg
ed; M. Parmenter. Maria Makanani.
adultery. August 24; Nanatana, heed
less riding, $10 and osts: Ah Oi, bur
glary. August 27.
Yesterday's arrests included: J. Lar
sen. drunkenness; Ah Quong, rape;
Natatana, heedless driving: J. O'Brien.
J. J. Murray. Charles Langton, strag
glers from S. S. Solace; John Doe, alias
Manuel August, Richard, alias Decen
tas. 'assault and battery; W. Kalahiki,
assault and battery.
The designs are almost inde
scribable in their beauty, so
much so that we shall not at
tempt to picture them, fur
ther than to say that they are
admirable examples of fine,
free drawing of interesting
Hemstitched Irish Linen and
Hemstitched Drawn Work.
Stamped Tray Covers.
Stamped Sideboard Scarfs.
Stamped Table Centers.
Stamped Lunch Cloth.
Art Wash Silks, too
Stamped Goods are not much
use without silk to work with.
We sell Coolson & Curier's Art
Wash Skirts, all the fresh,
clear and delicate shades that
you associate with the most
refined and elefant fancy
SACHS OR! GOODS CO,
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.
One of Our Specialties is onr
We-carry a large stock of
them, and if we cannot suit
you from stock we will Make
What You Want to Order.
Our Work and Materials are
of the Best.
SEE CUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Pure English Linen Holland,
32 inches wide, jus-t right for
skirts, at 25c a yard.
M. Brasch & Co.
JET BLACK. WITH
CRIMSON HEAD. . .
A STYLISH MOUNT
With Coaster Brake,
Roche Harbor Lime
. JUST ARRIVED
Ex. Ship Henry VillardL
Theo. H, Davies & Co.
i Clearance Sale
Will (offimence Next Monday.
The assortment consists of all the Popular Shaile
SEE THE PRICES:
Nos. 2 and 3, -No8.
5 and 7, -Nos.
9 and 12,
Nos. 16 and 22,
No. 30, - -No.
No. 60, -
23c per ydL
- 5c. per yd.
Of Sailor Hats
One Week Only
Lot I, 40c. Lot 2, $1.50, formerly S2JW
B, F. EHLER5 & CO.
Pearson & Potter Co, Ltd
Utter, a prominent
?(at u Parama, Colombia, in a
a n ?utes: "a8' March I
Jears Jf nt a young lady six-
!5 a a?e who haa very bad
tor i verytnmg I pre
a as L , Proved Ineffectual, and
? Parent. T 8 orse every hour.
2? 4 hLer" sure 8he would die.
hfme 80 wea that she
?tkiiSt? Ver ,n What t0
rl918. bw t Iual moment waa a study
!i2'QoferL usht of Chamberlain's
?ua!2 ar,d Diarrhoea Remedy,
& WTi ;sort Prescribed It. The
fa eifh v re8u 1 was effected-
W. 1 r'1Urs ShA vtraa fullna
i?Whi,side of thr&e days she
cer feet at
kL sha ' " ll enu oi
1? Bento" ly.w1L" Por
Fresh California Fruit
PEACHES, APRICOTS, APPLES AND
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
Phone 149. Alaksa and King Sts.
926 Fort Street
Telephone Main 317.
ALL KINDS OF
Goodyear Rubber Co
r H. PEASE. President.
San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A.
Offices for Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS
office for rent in the Mf
. -. K,nw prpcteu at cor-
WITHOUT A PLUMBER to put up the articles In first-class style is
of very small advantage to the average householder. The people of Hono
lulu haTS been "cinched" so often by plumbers that they are afraid to set one
or.to a Job by day's work. (
BAILETS PLUMBING SHOP will put your plumbing In condition and
connect with the sewer for a very low figure. And guarantee the Job will
PASS INSPECTION by the GOVERNMENT officials. And also guarantee
that day's work by nonest men Is cheaper than contract Contracts are
taken, however. Rnd promptly filled by
Bailey's Plumbing Shop
IMPORTERS OF MATERIAL AND PLUMBERS,
NO. 17 KINO STREET.
M. E. KILLEAN GIL
THE GREAT BARGAINS offered in TROJAN SHI ST
WAISTS last week have attracted large crow&
buyers the sale has proved immensely popular.
We have more yet which must be disposed or .a
order to make room for our fall stock which is now dw
NOTE THE PRICE
SI. 25 Waists Cut to $ .50 $2.25 Waists Cut to SIS&
$1.50 Waists Cut to $ .75 $2.50 Waists Cut to $75
S3.25 Waists Cut to $2.00.
J Apply io( c Cc,3. Qu.. st.