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(THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL! ADVERTISER, HO VOTAJLU.
Going Hu nt in
Dove Season Opens July 1st
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100,000 SHOT GUJT CARTRIDGES
is the number we have opened to sup
ply local sportsmen. . .
Good ammunition is one of the chief
requisites, to good hunting, nd oua
is the best. It was loaded specially
for us. Also a new stock, of Paiker
and L. C. Smith shot guns, and guns to
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E. Hall & Soil, Ltd.
New Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Our store ia fast working up a reputation for selling; all staple and
standard goods at prices that dely competition. If you have traded
with us you know this. If you haven't bought from u, better begin
now. Note the following prices: r ,v; '
Valencienne and Torchon Laces. A .....Vri". .....15c doz. yds
All Over Laces (all colors).. , . ..4c per 'yard and up
FmhmMMv. Edrfmr and Insertions .........;...... V.. ...... ..5c per yard
Turkish Towels (good size)........ .r ;
'ProTi Linen, Holland..............
We will sell at very low prices
,25c per yard
larjre assoitment of Sun Bonnets.
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Pure :Ca!(C:Sngar; -:0inlK:i
NO SWEETENING SUBSTITUTES
Used in the manufacture of the
grade and popular products of the old
-reliable : : : : :
oda Water Works
Works601 Fort St. TelephemvMain 71. '
From pt d el i very anywhere in the city and Waikiki.
Flannel summer suits are in vogue this year. We
have a large new stock. Suits the same as those sold
for 112.00 last summer, but this year .
Our Price Isj
Coat and trousers constitute a suit You wouldn't
wear a vest if you had it, especially in summer weather.
Theee suits s re strongly made, latest cut, handsome
material in colors to suit your taste. Full line of sizes.
See display in our windows. .
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K U 8 & t 8f
Corner Hotel and Fort Sts., and Hotel St. near Bethel.
Bargains for a Sfiort Tirne
Francisco Botelho, a Well known Por
tuguese who dieS. at Pauoa June 16, in
his will filed yesterday ordered a band
to play at his funeral. Botelho evi
dently did not believe in being too
mournful, for it ia said by the man
who drew the will that he also wish
ed a provision inserted, in the docu
ment for "the purchase of forty dollars
worth of beer to be given to the mourn
ers at the funeral. While on his death
bed the will was read to Botelho, who
noticed the omission of this clause and
called attention to it He agreed, how
ever, to let this section remain Out,
upon representation that it would not
look well. - .
The provision of the will relating
to a band at the funeral follows:
"Fourth I do hereby order that a
full an-I complete band be engaged to
render solemn smusic at my funeral.
Botelho also bequeaths 5200 to Bishop
Gulstan' to conduct spiritual services
for the rest of his soul, and leaves also
$500 each to his son and daughter, who
are minors. Joqulm Cordeiro Grillio
asks to be made executor.
Macfarlane & Co. have sued Robert
Laing and John De Silva of North
Kohala, Hawaii for $1407.9t for goods
sold and delivered. v
E. M. Watson has been allowed a
fee of $100 as master in the Richardson
A demurrer has been filed in the case
of J. D. Paris vs. J. A. Magoon. admin
istrator of the estate of Antone Fer-
nandes. . v , .
Henry Smith yesterday filed his re
port as guardian of Miriam Naomi La
zarus, showing total receipts $6715.12,
and expenditures $6547.49. An inven
tory shows the estate to be worth
A motion has been made to dissolve
the injunction granted by Judge
Humphreys, in the case of Koolau Ka
ikafoahaole vs. S. C. Allen.
1 The will of the late Robert Lishman
was admitted to . "probate yesterday.
The widow. Margaret Liehman. Is
named as executrix, and J. W. Jones,
J. A. Thompson and J. M. Vivas are
An appeal was filed from Judge
Dickey yesterday in the case of C K
C. Rooke vs. Sylvano de Nobrega. suit
for $200 rent. Judge Dickey gave judg
ment for plaintiff in the sum of $221.
An appeal is noted also in the suit of
Tun Shew vs. Tin Lin Kee upon a $10
promissory note. Judgment for, plain
tiff ! by Judge Dickey.. f ' 1
An amended complaint has been filed
in the case of F. Wundenberg vs.
George Markham et al. Plaintiff c laims
property ,on the KamehamehaJV .road
and $1000 damages. ..'
Demurrers have been filed in the
cases of Rowe vs. Stephenson, and Mc
Che3ney vs." Waikiki Land & Loan As
sociation and George Paris. i
KEANU DIES ON
THE SEA SHORE
Shortly after 8 : o'clock yesterday
morning the body of Kear.u, a high
chiefess and reputed daughter of Ka
meharmha V, was found upon the
beach at Waikiki. opposite t prem
ises of the late Queen Dowager Kapio-
lani. now occupied by Princes " David
and Cupid. The woman had probably
been dead about an hour-when discov
ered, and her death is believed to have
been due to apoplexy. She was well
when she left the Dowager's premises
early in the morning. She went across
the "roadway to the bathing beach, don
ned a muumuu and entered the water
for a swim. Just, how soon she was
overcome is not known, but it is evi
dent that she Was upon the beach when
the attack came. The fact which, led
to the belief of apoplexy was that, the
f.ce was much discolored. T-,- is
nothing pointing to f Jul play and it is
not believed that she was drowned.'
A jury was empanelled yesterday
morning and the body viewed at the
morgue. An Inquest was to have been
held last nigrht at the police station but
was postponed until this afternoon.
Keanu was a woman of imposing ap
pearance and always commanded the
attention and respect of Hawaiians
wherever she went. She had the man
ner and disrnity of a chiefess of the
royal blood and was looked upon by
the natives generally as one tp whom
homage was due. She was a great
friend of the hite Princess Ruth and
in later years was much with the late
Queen Dowager. She has been residin
on the premises at Pualeilani for sev
eial years and was protected by the
two Princes, as well as by the Dowager
before them. For some time past she
had not hf?n right in her mind- Sev
eral years agro her husband went away
into the mountains and nothing more
was heard of him. She leaves several
At the breakfast and reception given
by Queen Liliuokalanl last year Keanu
was among: those who called and her
appearance was much commented on at
that time, for, believin? herself fully
entitled to respect an2 homage, she
swept majestically along amongst- the
throng as If she were a reigning queen.
"to 3 Sold. .
Summer complaint is the children's
most dangerous enemy ;i:d the moth
er's most dreaded foe. Immediate and
proper treatment is always necessary.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, given according to di
rections, is the most effectual remedy
known. Every household s lould have
a bottie at hand. Get it today. It may
i nave a life. Benson.-Smith & Co. Ltd.,
wholesale agents, sell It." - .
118 Ntreanu St-
A beautiful Franco-Prussian Var picture
will be Iven free with each Nupepa
x L7 ci m 11 w u is sa u H n i m . -i
JT E3 ft T iT M H CI M V4 BM tS U MM K7 JT 11 U t r 1 i
Red, White and Blue Buntings,
National Stripe Buntings,
Red, White and Blue Ribbons,
Healani and Myrtle Colors in Hosiery,
Ribbons and Neckties.
Display your patriotism by decorating your store, your houst
and yourself. , ' ' ,
Grumbling Will Cease if Hono
lulu People Follow Ihs
Backache is the first grumbling warn
ing. The kidneys give it. if you heed It
Look out for trouble, it will surely
Urinary trouble, kidney trouble and
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are
made for kidneys only.
They cure every form of kidney 111.
The experfence ct Honolulu people
Here's a case In point.
, Mr. F. Mettalf. of this city, gives us
the following information: "I was af
flicted with a painful feeling In ray
back for over five years'. The varIou3
remedies resorted to did me no good,
until, falling In1 with tno advice of a
friend (Mr. W. J. Maxwell). I procured
at the Hollister Drug Co.'a some of
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. I had
hardly finished taking them when the
pain left me altogether, and I now feel
that I have been completely cured of
the terrible suffering I uuderwent for
merly. By keeping a box of the pills
in the house I am fortified against any
possible return of my complaint at fu
ture times. . It seems almost miracu-.
lous that the pains should have van
ished so speedily. All sufferers from
backache should get some of Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills."
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are
sold by all druggists at 50 cents a box,
six boxes for $2.50, or will be mailed on
receipt of price by the Hollister Drug
Co., Honolulu, wholesale agents for the
Hawaiian Islands. '
CARLOAD of tho
Pale lager Beer j
In cases and barrels, quart and pint bottles. AMERICA'S STAND
ARD BEER .AT POPULAR PRICES. Don't let the warm weAttir
find you without It.
ri. HackfeJd & Comp'yLld.
SOLE AGENTS for the Hawaiian Territory.
T'WVL" J'W" JH"T'.T-" '?J'.'".CT
IF YOU -
A beautiful Franco-Prussian War picture
will be given free with each Nupepa
Kuokoa of July 4th.
SIERRA" S. S.
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Call and See Us nncl We
Will Hnlihtan You
Bergstrora Music Co., Ltd.
Fort Ftrcet, llno!tlu
Five different styles of
Newest PING PONG
-Sets at all prices.
PICK UPS - PIGK DPS
E W. Jordan's!
X ' HONOLULU ItUANCH OF ' .
X The Harrison Mutual Burial Associatior .
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t This ' association eo well known throughout the Mamt
4 land ia now established in Honolulu. A Friend in need 1
X Friend ii.'dd. This aociation is a friend to the family upon. -
4 Membership fte u only $1 50. . t N-
r For particulars apply at ofwre oi Eecretary, ,J.i Uertpnia.
X street, or any member of the association. Phone IHue 571 I
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No. 10 STORE.
pay Ujc per dozen more for 48,000
as iai-tmonlli than standard would
Tom Keen's IManmpr Mill
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Carpenter work of all kinds. Large
assortment of brackets and mouldings
always on hand.
Old Union Feed Ca. warehouse.
VA' W'V ? did Uncle Sam
tins of Kpicur an Tomatoes
have c et h m 7
DECAUSEI: their name is a guarantee that th?y ar
solH r..vked and of iirt cla-s quality as all of thi brat:.
ar at your Rocera
IT. 1 KVI fe CO , Pa-keri" aku Grochir, S. F.
Waverley ShaYin Parlors
Corner Bthel and Hote Stre;t.
MRS. IX W. ROACH,
CHAS. A. BmiNGER.
California Calimyrna Figs
lOW ON SALE AT
521 King Street.
Kuokoa of July 4th. y
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