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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JUME 11. roos.
Lands For Sale. LOT8 Iff KVSQ 8TREET TRACT, from $1,400 to $1,250 a lot, formerly known as 0. N. Wilcox's premises. TWENTT LOTS IN BIANOA VALLEY, formerly Montano's Tract, $2,50$ a lot FOVR HUNDRED LOTS IN KAIVLANI TRACT, from $200 to $260 a lot nrrr lots in kekio TRACT, opposite Makes Island a lot ONE HUNDRED LOTS IN KAPIOLANI TRACT, at $500 a lot Etc., Etc. The Craze The Rage Ping Pong Our stock received by the S. S. Alameda wont last loner. Buy Now Full assortment at all prices at 'Ifqr the RACES I JAPS ARE GOING TO CALIFORNIA WaH, Nichols Co., Ltd. REPUBLIC BIXIL.DING. Delightful Clirmt, Lovely Views, Pure Water. The Alameda Departs With Hany Prominent People Aboard. For further particular apply to W. C. Achi & Company Rfai Entiti; Brok urn. ' Cpbell Block. Fort Street Kaimnki Tract offers the best indaoementa to all classes desiring good resi dence property. Lots 75x200 and 100x150. Terms, $20 oash nd $io par month until fully paid, possession immediate, apply to Trustees: Gear Laming 4 Go, Judd Bid., Fort St. I I 6PsM Wr Have you seen anything neater 'or mure compact than thi? It im never oat of order and al way- read r for immediate use. Beer Xkua in mind. WK INSTALL ALL OUR TKLEPHONKS UNDER A GUARANTEE FOR ONE YEAR. CAM YOU ASK MORE? We have a number of other styles in stock, and you can choose which you like, they are uniform in Berries. Will you not let us give you an Li mate on a complete in-tall ition? MACKIE'S GOLD LABEL, A I OLD HIGHLAND WHISKY As Supplied to Royalty. $1.50 A BOTTLE Hoffscblaeger Co., LIMITED. Toe I'ioonser Wine Liquor Hou-a. and 25 King near Bethel Si With many prominent people aboard, all laden with tela, the steamer Ala meda sailed for San Francisco shortly before 5 o'clock last evenins. Medical Inspection of the numerous steerage passengers was the cause of the delay, the gangway being drawn up promptly at 4. and the boat lay at the wharf while the doctors finished thetsork. There were a number of people of note on the rteamer. both from Hono- lulu and returning to the coast. Patrl- erch Alexander Smith, one of the rulers f the Church of Latter Day Saints, and the son of the prophet. Joseph Smith, was a passenger. He has been in Honolulu for the past two weeks, and is un his way to his home in Iowa, from a missionary tour nmontr the people of Australia and the South Seas. Judge 8illlman and Mrs. Silliman are taking a six weeks' vacation tour, and will spend their time in San Francisco. Th Bishop of Panopolis is taking a vacation, the first for a long time, and will also tarry in Southern California. Miss Margaret Bates Is returning to San Francisco after a two months' vis- j t with Mr. and Mrs. 8. C Allen. Miss Irmgard Schaefer. daughter of F. A. Schaefer. was also a passenger, i Mrs. W. J. Lowrle and family are go- ing to Join Mr. Lowrle in Porto Rico. where he has recently accepted the management of a large plantation at a K.alury of 9X0.000 per annum. Mr. w. I A Lowrle and family also accompanied them. Mr. Lowrle is going to take a position as sugar boiler on the same I plantation. O. D. Stanford, a son of the renown ed English musician, was ulso an out going passenger. There were 11 steerage passengers aboard, the greater part of whom were Japanese on their way to Southern Cal ifornia, where they were promised good wages by smooth agents. It was re ported that a final effort would be made to deter the Japs from the Journey, but thy had already booked and paid their i way. and tnere was no stopping mem I at ih- dock. The Alameda left a day ahead of the schedule time, so that she may be put in dry dm k at San Francisco, where she will he cleaned. THE DIRIGO HAS HAWAIIAN CREW NEW CARRIAGE OlVt Jl Wilder Wight Has Shipped Aboard! Her Third Mate. as The good ship Dirigo. which is an chored outside awaiting a breeze, has a full crew of native Hawalians aboard. This, however, is not the only thing which makes the voyage of the Dirigo of peculiar interest to Hawaiians. Aboard the vessel as third mate is Wilder Wight, a young man who is well and favorably known in local shipping circles. He is the son of Pres ident Wight of the Wilder Steamship Company, and this is by no means his first sea experience. The young man has Just returned from San Francisco, where he has been studying law at the University of California, and he intends to add to his knowledge of maritime law by actual contact with the sea. The trip around the Horn will require about five months, after which Wight will return from New York either by rail or by steamer. Captain Goodwin is a firm believer in the Hawaiian as a sailor, and he has selected a crew of natives that is bound tn make a name in the voyage around the Horn. The men were picked by the captain himself, despite the attempted interference of shipping agents, and he is satisfied that his crew will giw good service. The Hawaiians aboard are also congratulating themselves on the fact that Wilder Wight will go along a their third officer, which accounts in a measure for their willingness to ship with Captain Goodwin. The Dirigo finished loading sugar for New York at the railway wharf yes terday afternoon, and will be away with the first favorable wind. Until June 11th we will tunity to purchase a new give everyone au oppor- fig at Greatly Reduced Figures AND Exceptionally Easy Terms AND THUS Go Out in Style to the Races New Harness of every description. We will take your old harness or carriage in exchange 1 Shipping tfoteg The Oceanic Gas and Electrical Co. Contractors for everything electrical. Mageon Block. Merchant St. Phone 320. A Dozen New Books Selected at random from the many owes te be round at Tbe Golden Role Bazaar vtU ""The Sandals." a story of Palestine, by Z. reuell Tachml Bal." by Michael Whits. Hound of the Baskervilles," by A. Conaa Boyle. Role of the Unconquered." by Tea Dmlton. House With the Green Shutters." by Grace Peugia. WmIii of Sheila. ' by Grace Rhys. "Up From Slavery." by Besk'r T Wash lag: on. "Let Not Mas Put Asusder ." by Basil King. Gold's Na." by Emery E. Sanrtsj Blair by War H ''arson Las ' by Admiral Brans U S N rootfVltl Days." by A. T. Lewis. IftR flOTKL ST. THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY is serving a light break fast and lunch suitable for this climate, and costs only 10c up, ac cording to the order. Everything served in generous quantity, which only a first-claas bakery could afford te do. Our rooms are supplied with electric fans, electric lights, cool, clean and prompt service. Doors open from 6 a. m. till 11 p. m. You will meet all your friends at the Hwtia bu -A gaffer s Hvnpt of an kinds on snort at the Unset U New England Bakery Tern Beta's Planing Mill ) ' AM BVsLEH. Hw!H oa JU wacoaous. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS R. J. NOkTB. Proprietor Vtr-t Street. Opposite Wilder Co TflPT ri.Af U'NCHES SERVED. W!tb Tea. Coffee, Rod Water. ini',rT Ale or Milk. OfwU rr'-wr 7 a. tn. to 16 p. m. Reqalottta a ei-ciairy. Eclipoo Mot Sold. The gasoline schooner Eclipse was not disposed t it m turn t i !: a- was Intended. The auctioneer was on ; hand and so was the boat, but no bid- ders came forward. ' hugh a large . crowd of tne curious was In attendance. The sale was pot;i .1 until Satur day, and in the meantime some other arrangements for the sale may be made. Supt. Boyd, to whom was re- I f erred by the Board of Health the offer from the Hawaiian Navigation Com- I pany to sell the vessel for $12,000. In turn submitted the matter t Attorney General l : the superintendent , doubting his authority to purchase the , venst-l. The appropriation provided that a new steam venoel should be pur chased, and Boyd did not think that the Eclipse niled the bill. The Attorney I General, however, takes a different I view of the matter, and holds that the .tiisoline iwhooner would come within I the meaning of the act passed by the I legislature. It Is possible that the sale I of the vessel to the Board of Health may bo consummated, in which case ; she will be used for the government trafn- between Kalaupapa and the oth er Island ports. At present the con tract Is held by the Wilder Steamship t'ompany. and there has always been more or less disagreement between the Board or Health and the company. The acquisition of the Eclipse would solve a good many difficulties, which the Board ft Health now has to contend with. Island Steamers Sail The Kinuu and the Nveau got away at noon yesterday for Hawaii and Maul porta There were seven passen gers on board the Klnau book, d for the volcano, and several more will probably make the trip if the volcano is in eruption when th.-y arrive. Among those booked on the Kinau wt-ie Judge Gear. Dr. Sloggett of the li...ird of Health. L. A. Thurston. K. B. Hind, and others. The steamers W. G. Hall and Maul sailed at 5 o'clock. The Hall had a little difficulty in get ting her cargo aboard, part of which wn in the shape of a very obstreper ous mule. By the use of a pulley the UM n. r.fter a long and hard fight, man aged to get the animal on the ganK u hen she gave up the struggle, and followed her leader without more ado. United States Marshal Hendry was a passenger aboard the Hall. He is go ing to Steele to release the property of the Sing Kee Co.. a bankrupt, in which a settlement has be.n made, and the I suit discontinued. Does Wo: Believe She Floats. President Wight of the Wilder Com pany Is of the opinion that tin- Fannie Kerr is no longer afloat, if she had leaden pipes leading from her Hoset to the water. If this was the ase he thinks that the pipes, melting by rea son of the great heat, would permit the water to enter, so that eventually the snip would fill and sink. The Wilder Company did not take any part in the meeting of the Inter-Island Company. a whirh It was decided to send the Mlkahala In search of the hulk. Custom House Will Close. The custom house will be clofed to day, and no business will be transacted oth -r than the dispstchlrg of mall ' steamer. Kemehameha Day Is a legal holiday and will be observed as such on i the waterfront. AH the Island sjeamers ; sailed yesterday and thre will be hardly any movement in shipping. The T'nited States Fish Commission boat Albatross is expected back from her trip around the islands and Hllo on Saturday. Cnited States Attorney Breckons was a passenger yesterday on the Maui for , Kihului. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith were also passengers aboard the Maui. The transport Buford. from San I: i . is p..w ii.-arly two days over due. She should have been in Monday afternoon, and ought to be sighted early this morning. A four-masted schooner was sighted M miles southwest by Diamond Head Charlie at 4 o'clock yesterday. She has ! ! I..n trakinK any headway, but h.- thinks she is coining this way. Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co. Ltd. Beretania St, Near Fort. Grand Redaction Sale For 3 Weeks UnTil'lHlf.T Hi S0ARDMAN LOTS KINAU STRfcET, KAPIOLANI and LUNA LI LO STREETS. $ 1500 and $ir00 EACH ! 1-3 CM II Balance on time. WILL E. FISHER, Real Estate Agent and Auc tioneer. Cor. Merchant ami Alakea Sty. Every Article Reduced Beginning Saturday, June rth. Don't Delay Come Early See Our Windows IWAKAMI, HOTEL STREET. a 4 BaVfl I am satisfied with CLOTHES MADE BY W. W. AH ANA & CO. Merchant Tailors, 1038 Nuuanu Ave. You get latest style?, a good fit and the prices are right. ROACH SAULT ....DESTROYS ALL.... ROACHESs WATER BUGS, ETC. CLEAN, ODORLESS, EFFECTIVE. IOC, 25c, SOo. ONLY AT HONOLULU DRUG CO. A. H. OTIS. 926 Fort Street. OTTO A. BIERBACH. 0. Q. YEE HOP & CO HAM'.KIM I And MKAT MAKKKT Grocery. PTturra and vbgrtabi.es. Porttss! Street, corner Alakea Ptaos- Bluo 2511. The Silent Barber Shop OT'R RAZORS are thoroughly disin fected before using-. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ. Pro., rton Hotel Hotel Btrw MAKING BEER IN THE PARLOR Almost the same thing our brewery is bo clean. You ara welcome at any time to call and eee where and how we make PRIMO Ordert from Brewery delivered promptly. Telephone Main 341 THE VON HAMM-YOUNG Co. Have Just received a full line of Trunks and Bags and can now All your needs in these lines for tne trip you are intending to make this summer. TRUNKS SQUARE SARATOGA STBAMKR HAT All Siaos ajnd Prices. BAGS HM A wm BWR DRESS SUIT CASES COAT CASES CABIN BAGS LADSTONE BAGS AUiswtor and Best Tanned Leather. 1ITIXG ELSEWHERE 1