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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, APRIL 7, 1904.
DIVED IN SEA
TO HER DEATH
Mrs. Kunuiakea, widow . of the Jate
Prince Albert Kunuiakea, the last of
the Kamehamehas, died yesterday aft
ernoon shortly after 5 o'clock, the re
sult of a dive Into the ocean at Waikikl
Beach. The woman, who lives in Ia
lana, had gone to the beach to SDend
the afternoon with friends. , She went
to Mr. Kanakanui's residence. Late in
the afternoon she decided to take
dip in the seat and while swimming
about she dived under the water. After
coming' to the surface she appeared to
be exhausted, and was assisted to the
shore. She failed rapidly and. was tak
en to Mr.. Kanakanui's home where she
expired. - .
Prince Albert died about a year ago,
and was accorded a state funeral as
being the last prince of the. royal blood
of the Kamehamehas.
: Cream puffs
Home Bakery. .
New idea magazine for
Yearly subscription, 50c.
There is much lntej-est being dis
played in the Woods and Sheldon
Good pasturage .with" special atten
tion to horses. For particulars inquire
'gZX Club Stablea, Fort street.
'4 y The best guitars ever offered at the
f if price are those for $4 at Hawaiian
News Co.'s Young Building store.
Another big auction sale will be held
at Morgan's salesrooms at 10 a. m. to
day. See list of articles as advertised
in his column. .
Honolulu Brewery's famous "bock"
An ''Ahkund of Swat rehearsal will
be held irt Proerress Hall tonieht.
'H. L. Herbert is working up inter-
lsiana cricket maicnes ror ine season
now begunC '
Frederick O'Brien, formerly of, this
city, has leased the Manila Cablenews
from its owner, Israel Putnam.
There are eleven cases pending in the
Land Registration Court, which it is
proposed to abolish for economy's sake.
Tiie bouquets for the President of the
Senate and the Speaker of the '. House
at the opening of the Legislature were
the gifts of Secretary A. L. C. Atkin
son. Seventeen Japanese gamblers were
arrested last evening in a room over the
Japanese . theater and taken to the
Police Station. They were released on ,
baiI- ;. ; -..j
Two fine Jersey cows Just arrived by
the Nevadan are offered for sale by the on your oil bills.
Club Stables, Ltd. Also . fancy bred
chickens of all kinds. Call, and see
S. F. ChilllngWorth, one of the signers
of the petition for the meeting, was
present at the Bar Association session
Tuesday. His name was inadvertently
A cablegram was received yesterday
morning by Judge Dole from "W. O.
Smith In; Washington which announced
that E. P. Dole, former Attorney Gen
eral, had retired from the race for the
Supreme Court bench. j
The baseball teams of the Marines
of the Honolulu Naval Station, and
the Eleventh Cavalry aboard the Sheri
dan, played' a spirited game at Makikl
yesterday afternoon, the Marines win
nlng by a. score of 13 to 8.
Central Union Cadets will give an
entertainment tomorrow , evening, to
which a squad of Company F will con
tribute bayonet exercises. The Cadets
will, perform guard mount and for the
rest present a musical program.
Every day when the ; Legislature
WHY DOST YOU TBY THE DELICfOUS
v "POBITA" OLIVE OIL?
' This is another of our great successes
r-"Purita" Olive Oil. We know you will
like it because every, one who has tried
it does. It 13 a pure California oil and
we are offering this at exceptionally low
cost. Read these prices:
1 full gallon., .$2.75
Quart bottles ...1.00
Pint bottles .60
This places it within the reach of alL.
Anyway, we want you to try it and if
hot as recommended, money back You
take no chances and you will get a deli
cious olive oil for table use and save
of the Season
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h ers &
WHAT IS THE RESULT?
Deer is Dotuea ana you snoma taice l&sljembles the Hawaiian ensign will be
Dottie none wun you. it is me &reraised, upon each of the front corner
. spring beverage,
The ever ' popular Hannls
whiskey is sold at all first class bars,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd. are the '"sole
agents for this Territory.
All music lovers are invited to call at
Bergstrom Music Co. to hear the won
derfu! new metrostyle pianola. It is a
marvelous piano player.
A lot of. unclaimed freight of the
Wilder S. ' S. Co will be sold today at
public auction by Jas. F. Morgan at
his salesrooms a.t 10 o'clock.
The premises . formerly occupied by
W. F. C. Hasson, King near Waiklki
turn, is offered for rent, lease or sale.
See classified advertisement.
The annval meeting of the Hawai
ian Realty and Maturity Co., Ltd., will
be held at the company's office, Mcln
tyre building, on Saturday next at 2
o'clock p. m.
Hawaiian souvenir china at the Pa
cific Hardware Co.'s.T Your choice &.t 50
cents each. Lei women, Kamehameha
statue, Diamond Head, hula dancers,
and other decorations.
, Sweet pickles and certain vegetables
chopped . fine, go to make the : famous
India relish. It i3t a sweet relish that
lends zest to the appetite. Take home
a. bottle from Henry May & Co.
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lreab.1 Chapter Celbrate. r
. Leahl ' Chapter of the Order of the
Eastern Star celebrated its anniversary
last evening at the Masonic Temple
Following a literary and musical pro
gram about seventy-fiver guest3 sat
down to a-n elaborate banquet, and all
I towers of the Capitol. This is by
Afme 1 direction of the Governor and was car
ried out at the opening yesterday.
Georee Markham is announced to
hold forth on politics at King and
Bethel streets at 12:30 today. He was
doing so at midday of yesterday, but
informally upon the curb Instead of in
set manner upon the soapbox rostrum
G. Fred Bush of Honolulu returned.
home last Thursday on the Sonoma,
after a short visit. On the Wednesday
preceding he was the guest of honor
The result is that all "water is con
taminated and full of disease. Take
heed and trifle no longer with the in
Ask your physician how to safeguard
Fort Street, HONOLULU.
In every case will he advise the drink
ing of PURE water ? We advise a
GET THE BEST AT
ery and Glassware. Household
Department, Second Floor.
, There is no better investment
than a good filter: it pays for itself a
at a farewell gathering in the rooms I hundred times over again by the big
Wentworth Hotel. Examiner.
A petition of J. O. Lutted for a Tor-
rens land title in the Land Registration
Court has led to the discovery or a
ber 2 last for a loan of $600 made .by Yf DlH10Iia & GO., Ltd.
th lat A J. rartwrf?ht to Mikasobe I mr
with interest at 12 per cent per annum.
The property Is at WaikikL
Chinese Consul Tse Fart, and the
United Chinese Society issued the m
vitation8 yesterday for the reception
to be given in honor of Prince Pu Lun
Friday or Saturday. The time is to be
determined by the arrival of the steam
er, and will be announced later in the
Advertiser. Members of the Legisla
ture were honored with the invitations.
Gone to Purchase New Good.
E. W. Jordan has departed for New
York and the manufacturing center to
purchase an entire new line of goods
for his new store which will be opened
when the alterations are finished. The
stock in the temporary quarters 1137
"Aye Sir, we have It
at our fingers' ends "
That's where we have the spectacle
business at our fingers' ends. That's
the secret of our success; just a little
ahead, never behind.
In this day of defective sight, neither
young nor old should wear glasses un-
Leaders in House Furnishings, Crock- J less fitted by one who has all the de-
Our Mr. E. V. Jordan, has departed for New York, Chi-
cago, and the manufacturing: cities, to purchase an entire new
and up-to-date stock of Dry Goods.
It is the intention to RE-OPEN OUR ORIGINAL'
PREMISES WITH COMPLETE NEW LINES.
In the mean time we will sell off at HARD TIME
PRICES the stock carried to our temporary quarters, No. I
1137 Fort Street, opposite Love Building-.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
r irAfr 'Ti r 4-o TENDER BOILIN(
(aYory KOESts. juicy broiling
TENDER BOILING MEAT.
WE HAVE THEM ALL.
For special occasions or for the daily menu, we furnish the mfc
that fill the need completely.
Telephone orders are carefully filled and bromotlv delivprf,4
Main 76. ..."V ' ' r
ISLAND MEAT CO., FORT ST.
Hiss Power's Millinery Parlors ;
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
If the ladies wish bargains they had
better call as soon as possible.
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TxiJbJ SCKATCii U1T A. PIN may
cause the loss of a limb or even death
when blood poisoning results from the Honolulu.
mjui. aii uaugci ui 11119 limy . ue
avoided, however, by promptly apply
ing Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It is
an antiseptic and unequalled as a
quick healing liniment for cuts, bruises
and burns. For sale by All Dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Agents for
afterwards adjourned to the transport i Port street are being marked down and
. nuBeu uui ux eueuiionituy low prices.
Qance uv me iuuug nutu ii ioe in
vitation of Manager Lake. . '
- The program was as follows:
. Address of welcome, Bro. " Crabbe;
piano eolo, Miss Wlliams; Address on
the History of the trder, Judge Gal
braith; vocal solo, Mrs. Crabbe; piano
duet, Miss "Williams and Mrs. Harvey;
recitation, Mrs. Seabolt; piano solo,
Mrs. Austin; recitation, Mrs. Reedy;
vocal eolo, Dr. Burgess; vocal solo,
Mrs. Charles B. Cooper; recitation,
Mrs. W. jU Howard; speech, Joshua
At the banquet board Mrs. . Theo.
Hoffman, the present matron presided.
At her right were seated Mrs. Gal
braith, Mrs. Crabbe and Mrs. Williams,
Past Matrons; and at her reft. Patron
Bro. Crabbe and Judge Galbraith. Past
Patron. There were many . visitors
present from abroad. "
Transport Sance. - -
The dance-at "the Alexander Youne
Hotel last night - given by Manager
Lake in honor of the officers a nd ladies
of the United States transport Sheridan,
following the concert given by the
Filipino Constabulary band, was a fine
function. The attendance was ao great
that both dancing pavilions were used,
the Ellis Quintette club playing in the
mauka one and an orchestra of twenty
pieces from the Filipino band playing
in the other. The novelty of the sit
nation waseppreclated by the visitors.
and townsfolk, for a3 soon as a dance
was finished In one pavilion, a new one
was begun in the one opposite.
It was a pretty scene with Mars and
Venu3 vieing for the most conspicuous
place. Pretty evening gowns were a
foil to the attractive white uniforms of
the officers and made a pleasing effect.
Attractive souvenir programs were pre
sented to the dancers.
Plold riset Official.
The following gentlemen will act as
officials at the Boys Field Meet, Satur
day, April 6: .
Referee, Benson; starter, Babbitt, clerk,
of course, Ne wton; judges. Brock, Behr,
.Forbes; scorer, Anderson;. timers, Donn,
The captains of the. several teams
must have all individual entries in the
hands of the secretary not later than
No persons will be allowed to enter
the events, whose names are not printed
on the programs.
STANLEY . LIVINGSTON,
ANT WOMAN OR GIRL NEEDING
help or advice, is invited to communis
cate, either in person or by letter, with
Ensign Nora M. Underhill,- matron of
the Salvation Army Woman's Indus
trial Home, Young street, between Ar
tesian and McCully streets., mauka
tails of the science right at his fingers'
We are thoroughly familiar with the
eye and Its needs.
4. N. SAN FORD,
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.,
Over -STa y Cm.
Eyesight Testing and Spectacle Fitting
are our Exclusive Work. "
REG I STEREO
FRESH FLOWER SEEDS
Notice: Hunters, Campers,
brought 217 bags of
"Where to Buy
A carefulness In regard to fit Is de
monstrated In our new muslin under
wear. Every petticoat Is shaped at the
top; corset covers are so modeled in
front as to take out the bunchlness
at' the waist and every garment is made
to fit perfectly.
The stitching and nu.terials are the
best and the styles the very . lastest
from New York.
Free from all bulklness at the waist
nine and carefully made. - A large vari-
f a 1 a m r
eiy 10 seieci xroin. 00c. upward.
PRETTY NIGH GOWNS.
AH new styles in good shapes and
sufficient widths. . Material that will
wear and seams that won't pull out.
In low neck and high neck, with lace
and embroidery trimming. .
Fifty styles to select from at 65c and
LADIES' WHITE SKIRTS.
Excellent assortment of new spring
styles to select from, trimmed with all
lace or all embroidery. All made with
tiie Idea of correct . styles and good
quality. 75c upward.
All well made of cotton or cambric
in a variety of styles from plain tucked
to those elaborately trimmed with lace
Prices from 40c. upward.
DAINTY CORSET COVERS.
See our window display. Prices, from
We rent and sell Tents and Awnings, Campers' Outfits
Hunting, Outfits and Fishing Tackle. .
Hammocks, Camp Chairs and Stools, Guns and Ammunition.
Vest Pocket fra
safety . . . mMMm I
Convenient and reliable.
Something new and handy.
These razors are entirely free of all defects heretofore found In
other safety razors. Price $1 Complete.
J, S, S&CHS DRY GOODS CO,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., ITD.
Oregon Block, 152 Hotel St.,
Opposite Xpung Bldg., where he will be located until
tompletion of hi new tore in the Odd Fellows' builrlm
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands. Hardware Department.
ONE OF TIIE
Madeiof sweet pickles and certain vegetables chopped fine.
It is actually exhilarating. Has that something that lends zest
to the appetite. Try a bottle with your next order.
Than the best materials we can buy satisfy us. We employ the,
most skilled workmen we can hire. That's why we are willing j
to make it good if our work doesn't prove satisfactory.
Painter and Paperhanger, King Street.
Retail Main 22
!ay & Co., Xitd.
TELEPHONES Wholesale Main 92.
TOURISTS' WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
58 Beretania Street. Phone Blue 3552. .Opposite Hawaiian HoteL
GOLD CROWNS - $5.00 fm PLATES
WHITE CROWNS - - $5.00 '""Ums
BRIDGE WORK - $5.00 per tooth
Why let your teeth go.
We buy all our material at wholesale cost and therefore can gir
you good work at low prices. All our work fully guaranteed. Ladjg
assistant. No charge for examination.
THE EXPERT DENTISTS.
Kours, 8 to 5. Sundays, 9 to 12. 215 tioxei 5t., opp. young notti.