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THE PACIFIC COMinafaOLAE AUmiBM, H NOLPLW, MAY 14, 190.
HARDER TIMES Cnn I An CCDVAVTC lUK Jfr LKVAiJ TIM Has. til Sblapo 8ba ssy: Mr Isla and hi. sssoclat-s are not the . ..!, gag ho ha v. a grudg agalasl h- Rapid Trnit '.. Kv-r xin'e tb b-gn to operate its line all vr the city's auburn, it has played havoc amoag the Japanese servants' laaa 8in they can rnuk- a quick and ian round trip for only dim, many suburbanites have dlspos-d f their buggt-a and phaetons, which were, bitberto. the means of convey ing them to and fnm town. -The h .rs. thn. e.tber MM or turned into pastare. and naturally a wholesale .lm ' harge of stableboy s ensued Such work mm watering the garden which foi 1 a part of a stableboy s duty, now constitute a part of the mistress' lails amusement, while the maMT finds himself, sll of sudden, needing irrssaonsl physical exercise and vig orously push th- handle of a lawn mossr every Sunday afternoon. Tke eitlxens of the Flowery King-lorn are really placed In sad plight. With the severe exclusion bill of 1'nlted States on one band, and Canada's five hundred dollars tax on the other, they are placed between lh- devil and the deeo sea. Thus two of the most pros pective labor markets M entirely and hopelessly closed doors against them. Kvea then they don't lose their cour age but patiently seek some other suit able place. We admire the courage and spirit of the Chinese nation. BUSINESS LOCALS Pull evening dress suits st Kash lothlng Co. Also all extras. ad. Typewriter supplies, all kinds, at the Remington typewriter office. Hotd t-et. A watch charm was lost at the opera h.-use last night. Reward If returned he Hawaiian hotel office. ;iod pasturage near town at $".00 per week, can be had by calling at W. S Withers'. Queen and Alak-a -1 1 t - Miss M K Kill-an. the fashionable dr flier on Union street, is prepar ed to turn out first-class work on short H. May at Co. are now handling fresh Honolulu made candles The candy de nartment has grown very popular OW- nx fa that fact. Tbs Chamber of Commerce will hold ther regular monthly meeting this morning at 19 o'clock in their rmim in the Hackfeld building. Castle A U&nsdale offer a two-story house on I,unalllo stre.-t. nar K alo IN1 Bsc.Jpt -d " street, for rent at 50 r month trie lighting, stable, etc. Hobron Irug Co. say It Is a Brett sood Idea to follow the crowd that town to their soda fountain. If a d lltlisas glass of soda Is wanted. At norm today at his salesrooms, cor ner sf Alakea and M- r. hant Straets, Will K. Fisher will sell at public auc tion is bags Island coffee, furn tu. horse, etc. The closing out sale of fioo Kim on 114 Nuuanu street Is me. ting w ith won-d-rTol access If you need snythlng In bss tine It will pay you to call and get bis prices. Crown pianos known th- world over, rwgstrom Mo, i agents for this Territory Kxperlenced piano player and salesman employed to show this Instrument. fhnh das and KW-etrlc Com- paay are the s.le sgents for the Krtcs- rt-rwedlsh telephones. These Instru- nts sre acknowledged "standard of the world." flee their ad. elsewhere. Loto In Kstmukl tract are sold on very easy terms; S2S-0S cash with S10.09 pay gsooth installments possession givsa Immediately For further partic ular see the trustees. Gear. I anslng St Co.. to the Judd building Wat. O. Irwin Ad LML, the general sgents of the tug Fearless, give no that Capt. O. W. Olsson has sssumed cosnaiani and that hereafter all Ixm-n-sa to connection with the services of the tag will be performed by him There will be a special meeting of th stockholder of the Star Soda Works Ltd.. on Wednesday, the 21st. at 10 .. leak in the Waverley block. Busi ness af very great importance will be transacted, and It Is expected that ev ery stockholder will be present. The furniture of a 10-room lodging bouax. very centrally located, of which every room Is taken. Is offered for sals I a bargain Owner Is leaving the . ty. snd purchaser will ha - pnv tleaw of renting the place at reasonable rental. See oar classified ads for par ti utora The old Union F-d '., 's warehouse No. t on Edinburgh str..-t. has b-n f nfa to Tom Beens. who has Just a opened up an up-to-date planing mill, with all of the very latest Improved machinery. Orders will b.- tak n h-re for all kinds of building work, slso re pelrtog and estimate cheerfully given am spark of any kind in their line. esss Mr Wards Oomins Programs. lir. Frederick Wsrde's management ba announced the remaining perf-.rm-anoas as follows Taanorrow night. "Othello. " Satur day snatlnee. "The Merchant of Vaa Ire " flaturday night. Ki helleu." Por next Tuesdsy night. "Damon and Pythias will be presented out of com pUrnant to the order af Knights of Pythias, of which Mr Wsrde Is a mem ber n response to numerus requests, sir Wsrde will present Shakespeare's Treat play. Macbeth" Wednesday Mstakar XI This will be t spe cial performance and a great treat to hrrr Thursday nsitni. will be Klks mxht n tms Mr Warde will repeat "The itebank " by request. At me .--- matinee Julius Caesar, ana a. .w- t... nstardsy night ' Virginias win be repeated. For the farewell th, ,-omp-sslte bill will be given. Vaeroaram of which was published hTsWXserday s Advertiser Mr Walter JJ gbslth. the editor of this paper, will ' " ttir evening's -nt.'rtalnment with grgi stsdasaare ar.d n- ARogetber this night will long -rse ssUe or seats im - namanrrT given by Mr. Ward and bis company are now on sale st Wall. Klehjls fo- Msy Cn arch Social. The Stay sorlal of the Central l ni ,m bJ J'n Thurs-lay evening and sirrlr'V delightful time Is -spI m? rS. Ilm Kinney has arranged ed Mr JV ' , r.-iatlons sV.he numbers will be recltatlon. iTw cSV9MMTitf - H -JJ1 VhSdore BklSnJ. fceks Charge of refreshments - . w ..miiflinr LOCAL BREVITIES. Thr rinntbr of romnwrrf will nct hir morning in regular thly , .n. I Th Ala Man road along thV t-'h In now open to the public furl v-blcles. Thn r.-rular rehearsal of i h- hoir of s t ledral wl,l be held this J ..njnjt at g o'clock In Ih- church. All) fnembera mwt be present. Aleck Hsrt. in.- well known horae ?raln. r. a ki. k l l a li r v.hkh be was drtvl.iK yesterday at.d Jl ai.ted t. fracture of or.e of his less. Today l the day for the regular weekly meettns of the Iianl of Health. An executive HeUKion w an held yester- lav tn Or. Slggrtfs offli -. and none of Its transaction were glvt-n out. Mito Kdi'h !Iogrs will sing ag.: f ihi w -k .tt th- Thursdaj r.. MUlCM st the V. V. C A. Tliij will I of the bt nr.rtiinM! lo h ar M.m Hoicem. a fthe noon will leave foe t he coast. Frank Vlda Jackson, axed 20 months, the adopted child of air. and Un Nigel Jacknon. died yesterday forenoon after an Illness of several weeks. The fu r. ral will take f lace this aft -rn n at 4 luck, from the renldence of Mr. E. It. Ptiel. Nuuanu valley. Another drowning has been reported front Kauai, as occurring; a few days rttro Th- victim was a Portuicueae boy named Clements, and the accident oc curred mar the Hanapepe school hoUMe. The" boy was In bathing; anil v. tit b-ynd hla depth. Though taken out of the water within a few minute it was Impossible to resuscitate the child. An exhibition not on the program furnished entertainment for the specta tors at the tennis court on the Bere r.tnla street court yesterday afternoon, r. J hur h was riding along on his bicycle, when "Jack" Atkinson mount ed the rear wheel of the machine. ITn AST the combined weight the rim broke, with a loud crash, and both riders were thrown to the ground. Neither was in jured but the incident was xciting while It lasted. Commissioner Wray Tavlor f ho liureau of Agriculture ha. i.iv. hi i.Iy of jo ils of the "Duti-h "a bage." which will be distributed u application. The seeds given out the commissioner which had been for warded to him by Delegate ll ox. ap pear to have been of good quality. Flattering .reports are being received mm those who have been growing vegetables from these seeds furnished by the Department of Agriculture. The meeting of the Hawaiian Mission children's Society will be held Satur day evening at the residence of J. B. Atherton at which the final arrange ments will be made for the Jubilee eel deration which is to be given May -J In the afternoon of the day following the celebration a Jubilee fx lal will be fiven at th.- r-snl-n t Theodore ii hards. Interesting programs with music anj literary number and rem in -l.-.-nt addreses are being arranged. OK A BUSY DAY. Arrests Osine Ihirk acd Fast the Whole N gkt Long. The presence of a transport In port k-pt the police busy last night and the : Itffgl wag'n Mas kept on the go the -ntire evening. The list of arrests was s follows: K. Kamaya. Investigation: J. T Don nelly, drunkenness: J. V. Fonnly. com mon nuisance. Mm Smith. Investlga- ;lon: unknown soldier, drunkenness: I'm. Thos. IsstJT. t'urtis. Is Pratt, un known hii'.l.-. llrown. drunkenness; Kong Tee. common nuisam e. Duffy. A. I.undborg. malicious Injury. I'eahl. as sault snd battery on wife: Postal, pro fanity: J. Donnelly. P. M K. Day. com mon nuisance. At tbs Orphsum. The Ellefords. who are now In their farewell week, keep on the even tenor f their way. The company presented the comedy "Caste." or "M Wife s Itaby" last night to a goujj house. The play has plenty of comedy and made a hit with the Orpheum clientele. A very pretty curtain-raiser entitled "In the Confederate Service." by Albert J. Wat son, the popular comedian of the com pany, was well received. The piece treats of a scene of the Southern mountains, snd Mr. Watson deserves great credit for the manner In which be has handled his material. The spe cialties by llaby LJIilan. Ada Lucas. Little Kv.-iyri and True Hoardman were all heartily encored. The same bills Kovern t -nlKht Tomorrow night a treat Is In store for theater-goers In the shape of Mrs. Frances Hodgson Iturnett's "Little Lord Fauntleroy." This piece has made a success In two ontinents anu is one or ine strongest plays n the American stage. Th child actress. Baby Lillian, a 111 ap pear In the title role. The advance sale for this performance Is exceeding ly Urge. Ghildren's Muslin Hats Embroidery Caps AM) atatsU We haven't neglected the bright little fares and pretty curls In our new Im portations by any means. We have Just opened a great assortment of hats. aps and bonnets. Just the thing far the warm weather; all the newest ef fects atatji MUSLIN HATS Trimmed with lace and embroidery. Tic and upmars. SILK aft LA. MATS-Light W - Pink or Cardinal, very dressy iety sf KMIiKOlDtSRY CAPS Lace and em broidery effects. White and delicate shades. Tie and upward. tWH BONNETS All sixes, lace and embroidery trimming. SSc upward. INFANTS ItoNNKTS Muslin sr silk, in great variety. SALK OF LADIES' SHIUT WAISTS Has proven very popular and wlir continue all this week. gtJMI N. S. Sachs' o.fuc?.9 FORT STREET. 1 S H OES For LADIES' OXFORDS, make of K P Ried A Co., extension sole, military htel, latest up-to- 1 I date Btjle, a bargain at vjvsvVF IDEAL KID OXFORDS, walking shoe, extension sole, nrlttary heel, price only Manufacturers' 1057 FORT STREET. I This Morning Laces Laces Laces Cheaper Than Ever. A Fall Assortment to Choose From. See Our Window Display Jtj$jm M. BRASCH & CO. BEACH AND LAWN TENTS. Palmetto Canopies, Lan Umbrell.i-, Fancy or Plain Tents of all kinds on hand or quickly mde to ord-r. Dancing cloth-, awnings and Csuy&s work of all kinds quicly turned out. Telephoue u- and we will phow samples and quote estimates. : J IS jj PEARSON & POTTER CO., LTD. Golf Shirts for cloth used la ear shirts came Af! our cuateai saaae skirts Watches. Chaise. aHng Bllvsr Knives. MaU Fltas. wkarwis. ate a sheet time eny. 3 par seat ff regular pries. Ladies $4.50 Shoe Go., Limited Good Cheer for Thirsty People Qualitv in sxl is everything. Ooiioabw Pay ours ha the flivo', Rtiup and tiz that they eaj y and can't get eluhere. But you are a good judge of poda. Pretty go-d idea to fol 1 w t'.e crowi that comt here day after day. Vu-t bo porno reapon for it there is. Soda is only a trifle. Mopt merch ants treat it as a trifle, hut with us this has the pame care ful attention that every O'hr depa'tment of our bus neps ra ceiv.s. We spare i either ji.iins nor miney to make it light The Wfiter i- c-rboiiated on the pr-Mni'e. Fresh cream made oaily from cow's milk; fruit flavors uned exclnpive'y From Ptarr to finish it is abso lutely right. : : : Next month we move to our new Ptore, Ehlers' block, Fort ptrtf t. wheie more room can be spared for poda. We have some agreeable surprises in store in liquid refreshments. After we are well settled we wi.l havean opening day, when every lady will receive a souv enir and f;eeto ?a to everyone all day long. We are making a run on : : Egg Drinks Only 10 cts. no a. Freph crushed pineapple and straw Iwrry daily. Hobron Drug Company. Summer Wear frem Bnalaad aad was msde i hare. rl se!d far HOTEL STREET. Don't Go on With infarisr ar needle sly expensive illumination in your home. Tbera is absMtely no ceca-ion for it. Thousai a i f house keepers throughout the islands, have lemoved this a noyr.g problem entirely by acquainting theuie ves with th idal ier fect light for the home. It is as bri! Hunt as gas er aleetrkntj, never smokes, smells or gives any trouble, i- Jih'.ed and extin guished as eaptiy as gs, and burn but little ktro- ft ft sene oil Our catalogue show.- hi! style lr m j)I.Ov up. and is sent for the asking. THEO H. DAV3E3 CO., Limited Hardware repartment HOSIERY SALE Ladies' Cotton Hose HALF PRICE. Price of Ladies' Hose reduced almost fceyomd belief all this week. Direct Iuii-ortation from Germany af hermsdorf dye blaok hose, drops! itched, and white and tan hese some open lace work and some pluiu dropstitched, regular price 50c a pair. Special This Week 25c. Pee Handsome Display in our Show Window. SILK OAIZK For evening wear something very elegant far the coming theatre season. Mast exquis ite material us dainty pink, blue, laven5ar, black, gold, red and white. Latest stripes, and will be appreciated as soan as you sea it on display in our windews. SILK CUSHION ( OKDS. Entire new line just received consisting of all shades, both plain and mixed colors entire ly new and very pretty. WASH HATS. Something far baby, neatly stitched, and corded hats in pink, blue and white. 60c and 75c. SAILOR HATS. Wide brim, latest thape, jut opened. 50c to $2.00 SWISS GOODS. Suitable for stand or table coverp, bureau scarfs, pillow shams, etc. Plain, hemstitch ed or embroidered, also with cut out designs. Sizes 20x34, 20x54, 32x32, prices from 40c to $2.00 each. DOILIES and MATS. Round or square, prices from 10c up BED SPREADS for Cribe, single, three e,uartr and double Beds, $1.00 $1.25, $1.50, 82.25, S3 00, $3.50 upward, of Honeycomb, Marseilles, Hemmed or Fringed. B. F. EHLERS & CO. FORT STREET. A TONIC AND System Builder Rainier beer SOLD EVERYWHERE ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT Japanese Silk Cotton Goods Also new assortment of Gent's Furnishing Goods from the Coast. We also carry a Large Stock of Japanese Provisions Wholesale Dealers. : 1120 NUUANU AVENUE. Branch S'.ore: Bang and Liliha Streets. CORSfiT COVERS. Prettily trimmed with torchon lace and nie)y made this week 50c CO I! SET COVERS Some plain, rosae hemstitehed tucked and same trimmed with Valenciennes lace. This week 50c and 75c CORSET COVERS. Front ent rely af hemstitched tucking and trimmed with lace. This week $1. 1.00 CORSET COVERS. Fine Nainsook, Val. lace and insertion trimming, very at tractive. This week $1.50 CORSET COVERS. Nainsook, trimmed with fine Swiss euibreidery. This week $2.00 CORSET COVERS. Fine Nainsook, very elaborate trimming of Swiss embroidery very elegant, $3.00 STOCK COLLARS. Tnrn over and reveres, stamp ed on linen ready to be em broidered. i