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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, July 15, 1902, Image 3

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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AUVgT15Eft HONOLULU,
JULY 15. .rm. . . ' Z
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I It's a Matter of Vital Interest to You, !!u lro rnUWI
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isn't it? Whether yau get for
your$l5 00,$18-00or$25 00
the test suit that can te pur
chased for any ot thdse prices
cr whether yon get second or
third test If the
CLOTHES THAT YOU BUY
BEAR THIS LABEL
The Queen and
Plans Wireless
Dreams.
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yon know and your friends
know when they see it, that
yoa arc wearing the
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MOST FASHIONABLE
AND BEST-TAILORED
READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHES
that can te made in this
country. Then why risk your
comfort and self-esteem by
buying any other sort?
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SUITS AND TOP GOATS, - $ 15. to $35.
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CUOTMIERS
MERCHANT AXD TOUT STKEETS
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Bazaar
GRASS LINENS in the piece and in a variety of colors;
t a. Wa for the Summer Season. EMBROIDERED
TABLE LINEN in latest patterns. Heavy and Light PON-
- - si . . i n
GEE SILKS;
colons.
also PINA SILKS, Plain and Striped, all
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Carved Ebony Furniture, Rattan
Goods, all kinds, such as Baskets,
Chairs, Trunks, Chinese and Jap
anese Mattings in colors or plain.
66-72 King Street, corner of Smith.
EPICUREAN
GOODS
FOR
ieni
thev are the
ArA th "mov3ati3raetory ior iucto '"'v"",u ' . t ii
camper a few that you would relifch are:
Epicurean IVacnes
Epicurean Chicken
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Sausage
Deviled Ham
Pork and Beans
Salmon
Lunch Tongues
Veal Laf
Packed by H. Levy & Co.,
San Francisco
Anricots
Straberries
4 Tamales
' Oysters
' , Lobster
Etc.
Ask your grocer
for them
MMO OD
(Special to The Advertise!.)
SAN FRANCISCO, July 8.-Former
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T nlnnVnlanl returns w
steamship China to her beloved Hawaii.
accompanied by the yoMng Hawaiian,
who compose her unpretentious suite.
The Queen has been at the California
Hotel for several days, and Is un-ler-
atnn to fee m fair health. She has re
fused all requests for Interviews made
by reporters and correspondents, and
has secluded herself while at tne no
In my last letter I menuoneu m
had been told the Queen nau
hopes of receiving anything from Con-
: r.mvL.n lands claim. I be-
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n n-tr nfnrmani bdum: " 11,11
lit: v i" j - . .
. i oo t wa assured yesieruaj
by an Intimate or tne yueen
nortotn thnt the visit of the Con
gressional Investigating committee to
Hawaii this summer win reu" '
getting a large appropriation.
I -understand tnat tne wueen
tertaln the junketing congressmen xu
i foehinn n nd while making it
plain that her fortunes are at a low ebb
for a former monarch, yet will spare
no expense to Impress the visitors with
her generous hospitality, ana wim
charms of the Islands.
Robert Wilcox is friendly with one or
two of the deIetM- and will also as
in their investigations
of conditions. Wilcox told me when he
was here that he looked for big things
to grow out of the committee's report,
oh t.nt ho bplieved the Dole admirsis-
h rpnsured despite Pres
ident Ro-Jsevelt's unnualified approval
of the Governor's conduct of his office.
QUEEN IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Of the" Queen's visit in San Francisco
Former Queen Liliuokalanl of Hawaii
hni-a from T no- lLL-S L YCSICIUW
morning and is a guest at the Califor-
x tt.4-a1 wri rt'io npn 111 v 0011.111
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the United States goverameiu uKuv
v,r. tho orown lands of Hawaii
taken by it or restore them to her pos
session. The only action taken that
. v.ao.4rIy nn tho rlaim of tne
lias cliij ivet -.
former monarch was the adoption or a
resolution by the senate, ,jiirevuB i""
o . nnmmtttiw nn Pacific Islands
and Porto Rico to visit the Islands dur
ing the recess of Congress ana 10 inves
tigate, among other matters, various
questions pertaining to the crown
lands. The resolution directs the com
tt n nanp-rtaln the area, condition,
quality and value of the lands, the rents
and other proceeas receiveu inni""'
since January n. n1""
the former Queen now possesses any
legal or equitable title or interest in the
ether she has any claim
against the United States by reason
of having parted with her title to the
property. vor
Queen uiiuoKamin i nn-i -
friends that she is satisfied the Senate
committee's Investigation will establish
her claim to the lands in dispute, which
include some of the most vaiuauie bu-
innotinni in the islands. She will
sail for the islands on the steamer Chi
na next Tuesday.
FAKE WIRELESS RUMOR.
It is stated by a leading mining week
ly that John D. Spree kels will connect
cr, Pmnrlsro and Hawaii Dy wireiesa
telegraphy, and that he has experts
now at work planning tne system, u
is said that so strongly is he convmcea
f the feasibility of the scheme ne re
fused to take any stock in the proposed
r-ahio to Tronolulu. 'inis siatemem
must mean that he took no particular
interest in the came laying, ior n ia
nt lit-eiv that he was asked to take
anv ahnres in the enterDrise as John W
Mackay has plenty of money to nnance
the rahle and besides tne ricn om-
tnf-reial Cable Company is back of it
Undoubtedly Spreckels taxes a. aeep
interest in wireless telegraphy, and
there is probably truth in the assertion
that he will try to reach Hawaii witn
the system. Just now, however, bprecK
els Is so involved in political and busl
ness worries that he can have no time
.-- minor thine-. Oovernor Gage is
suing him for criminal libel for articles
published in the San Francisco Call,
v hi h Snrer-kf-ls owns, his brothers are
fighting him in the courts, and Oceanic
stock is greatly depressed.
INSTALLATION IN
HARMONY LODGE
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of liar
F., took
Prices cut, so low as to make this.a great opportunity lor
boying a supply of laces of all descriptions. We would like to
tell our vricrs here but it is impossible. The only way to
. : ' judge 1 10 see the goods and no matter how little experience
a lady Ins had in buying she cannot but recognize that this
is an unusual offer. There are so many varieties and wi iths
that we might completely fill tbi space with prices without
making ) ou any the wiser.
1 I he stock consists mostly of new importations and many
: of the ne est and richest novelties have been greatley reduced
in pi ice for this sale. Come early. .
'SRLE BEGINS .MONDAY. JULY W.
n.
We have just opened aa elegant a ssortment of the latest
nrvdUj embroideries in Swiss, Nainsook and Muslin, all with
ins rti- ns to match. We have them on display in our windows
an they will prove interesting even if you don't buy.
at- Special Prices this, Week
10c and 12Ac Insertions to matco.
WA nrft also makinsr a handsome showing: of
Appliqus Emhroideiies and entirely new line
of Embroidery Beading.
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PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
MODEL BLOCK. FORT STREET
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ss: .r.r,or ummer tioinmg
a. uiiiiue
Rainier beer, $3.73 for 2 doz.. ani 5c
aU.wed for the empty bottles levln
Fhe ooet of the beer 53.25. or U.62Vi per
doz. See ad. on pagre 11
5UAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
A SPECIAL. MEETING WILL, BE
hpd on Thursday evening at
o'clock in the Hawaiian Hotel to ar
range for races to be held on Monday,
July 28, 1902.
W. H. COIUNWLLb,
r T... CRABBE, "e"""11'
6221
There's no other beverage that is quite bo refreshing
and invigorating as
jPvlmo JLager
"Pri.no" is acutely pure 'and as a tonic has no equal.
Order a case from the Brewery.
TelepI
one Main 341. J
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ALL SIZES ! ALL PRICES I
shouM desor. on the Fourth. Special pric
KveryboJy
Robinson Block
Phone White 2421. U Hotel Street.
LATEST
PATTERNS
All the Desirable Shapes
for Gentlemen, also
Swell Neckwear
A.T
Lando's flew Store,
Oregon Block, Hotel Street
Hawaii Shinpo Sha
THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINT
ln office. The publisher cf Hwll
Shlnpo. the only tiZJTxl
publUhed in the TerrtUry of Hwa.
C. SHIOZAWA. Proprietor.
T. BOGA, Editor.
Editorial and Prints 0&S?S
Smith St., above Kin. F.. o. vox wvi.
Telephon Main t7.
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
COUNSELLOn-AT-LAW.
U. S. Supreme Court, Registered Attor
ney IT. S. Patent Offlee. United State
and Foreign Patents. Caveats, Trade
Marks arid Copyrights.
No. 700 7th Street, N. XT.
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Hotel
ipP onenin? a swell, up-to-date Dental omee in ine Ar.,w..
8treckoWN AND BRiDGE work a specialty. Our prices are as I.w as the
llK Sunday, tUl 12. noon, and
Saturday nights.
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LOTS FOR SALE.
Tbe Trustees of the Oahn College offer for sale at very low
prices, and on
VERY FAVORABLE TERMS
(One-third cash; one-third one year; one-third two years' time,
with interest at 6 per cent per annum) some very choice lots
at. College Hills. The
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RAPID TRANSIT
Installation of the officers
mony Ixdee No. 3, I. O. O.
place last evening under the direction
of J. D. McVeisrh. D. D. G. S., assisted
by C. F. Fishel. P. G.,Grand Marshal;
J. J. Lecker, P. G.. Grand warden; C
Charlock, Grand Secretary; E. HIng
iov t ci Orand Trpiisurer: C I. noa
cers. P. ' G.. Grand 1. Jt. i ne omcers
installed were N. G., E. L. tuning; v.
n rmii Smith- Scrptarv. E. R. Hen
dry, P. G.; Treasurer, J. A. Magoon, P.
O. ; It. S. N. G.. C. Cr. l-'isnei, f. Ki.;
n: n K. Ruffendeau: R. S. V. G., A
f-nstfr: I.. S. V. G.. F. G. Wicke: War
den. J. Lightfoot; Conductor, ueo.
Hmvarii- Ti. S. S.. Geo. E. Morean; L.
S. S.. W. J. England; Chaplain. C. T.
After thp Installation J. D. McVeigh
was presented with a handsome Jewel
bv the Odd Fellows, the presentation
Hfif martA hv C J. Fishel. P. G. Mr.
Fishel sa'.d he felt honored in being
chootn by the members of Harmony
Ijo-Jpe to express to him their sincere
love and fraternal regard in presenting
him with the jewel, the emblem of his
office. Each member appreciated his
jrood and honest work. The speaker
sai.i mai iir. - . 1ftfa in fh lfWa ltV Will 09 aUlO IU swuiw u..
to every trust ana naa penormea w rtJiauus uw.uu., "V"-' . r n TnMP5 r !r TO ATH AN - btl A V at LCD OUJio Q
luti.-s with strict fidelity and marked B frt V,PoA lftts bv-ADDlVUlS to Mr. P. (JUNLb Or Jlf. JUAlIliU JiJi "
lilitv, and had made a splendid rec- ' tO tn ?S0 1 OLS Ujr , RiiildirJT
,.r.l. The honor of the ofHee had b.en 0f the Trustees, NO. 404 JUUJ LSimaiD. mWPc Treasurer.
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Company performs a twenty minate service through the property,
the College has provided a splendid and abundant supply of artesian
water reaching over the entire tract, and tbe charges are reasonable.
Tins is
A MOST HEALTHY LOCATION
and is entirely free from objectionable surrounding. No saloons,
wash honses, ivery stables, poi shops and other nofeances of like
character are allowed, and by all means is tbe most attractive
suburban district near Honolulu.
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