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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MAY 5, 1906.
Can you afford to be without In
surance on home and furniture?
I C. J.
? Get your lunch today at the Eastern
Star Fair, Haalelea Lawn. '
All of the officers of the County of
Kauai will seek re-election.
Don't forget the fair this afternoon
and evening at Haalelea Lawn.
Work in the third degree this even
ing at William McKinley. K. of P..
A special meeting of the Board of
Supervisors was held yesterday morn
ing to pass the road pay rolls.
The refreshment booth at the fair
this afternoon and evening will serve
all kinds of fancy drinks. Get in line.
Mrs. H. G. Middleditch will leave for
the Coast in the Alameda. She will go
up to the California mountains to visit
for a few months.
R. C. A. Peterson has booked fvr the
Alameda and Manchuria for Oakland.
He will be away from the islands for
four or five weeks.
The Side Show at the Eastern Star
Fair this afternoon and cvenir.g will
be the greatest ever seen in Honolulu
, See the wild animals.
Remember the lunch at Haalelea
Lawn today from 11 to 2:30 turkey,
duck and chicken, and it only costs
you 50 cents, including admission to
A robbery was committed the other
night in the servants' Quarters of W.
H. Baird, at Pensaco'.a and Kinau
streets, about $50 and some clothing
being taken. i
j Have you even seen a "Country j
M'i-.U U o Store" at a fair? No? Well, then you'
ill aiuy fttcus don't want to miss the one at the
everything gOOd in the liqUOr Eastern Star Fair this afternoon and
i;o. r omnnn evening, at Haalelea Lawn.
line nuiii ucci iu iiawipaguc.
RENT and COMPANY
938 FORT STREET.
Editor Advertiser: Kamehameha III. built a road up the eas
side of Kalihi Valley. Kamehameha IV. built one up the west side
I have built a road connecting the two, including a bridge across
the Kalihi stream, completing a "loop" around the valley.
It opens up 120 acres of land immediately adjoining, and o
the same quality as that sold five years ago, in city lots, for $2250
an acre. It is fine agricultural land and will raise anvthing.
I have secured this land at a bargain and believe in small profits
and quick sales.
The new suburb has been named "Bellaire." It is an idea
spot for a country home, and is only twenty minutes drive from
the post office.
I have sold 33 acres in the last three months. There are 87
: While it lasts, I will, sell this land for from $200 to $400 an
acre; one-fourth cash; the balance in 6, 12 and 18 months at 6 per
Honolulu, April 14, 1906.
CHAS. S. DESKY,
j- J 4. A 1115 cxi' kJcXl (it ua J.tJI
UeiiVCIS. UUU IU ailV Midway has been
part of the city.
Telephone Main 36.
THE COLLAPSE OF
Editor Advertiser: Some evenings
ago a crowd of us stood in front of the
completed. It will
be taken apart before shipment. Or
ders are awaited from Washington for
shipping the barge and machinery for
Patronesses at the Eastern Star fajlir
wHl be Mrs. J. S. Walker, Sr., MW
Samuel Parker Mrs. H. E. Cooper,
Princess Kawananakoa. Mrs. E. D.
E. F. Bishop. Mrs. C.
Mrs. C. S. Holloway.
Talk has started about the possibility
of a shortage in money circulation
from the tying up of about half a mil
lion dollars of taxes on Mar 15. Some
thing like $15,000 in gold coin has been
sent to San Francisco for relief pur-
poses, the remainder of Hawaii's con
tributions having been sent by draft.
Edgar Henriques sustained severe
cable ofnee anxiously waiting for news j worBe, by a carriage accident on the
of the great San Francisco calamity j Pali road Thursday afternoon. By the
We have every convenience for fitting up the Bath room. In
way of Nickel Plated Towel Bars, Double and Single Soap
ponge iioKier eoniDinaiion, iootn iirusn ana lumbler tiold-
Single Soap and Sponge Holders, Comb and Brush Racks,
J. a. Mccandiess, Mrs. Kobe Hooks, small, medium and larsre. fountain Brushes. Bath
am jTub Seats and many other useful and necessary appliances which
add materially to comfort and economy in the Bath room.
when a. bunch went to the other side
and roosted on the Bishop Park fence.
Suddenly a Bulletin man burst out of
the office in such speed that he drew
up quite a following. His paper had
been issuing extras all afternoon and
telling of its new press and the hun
dreds it could clip out per minute. Jt
was but a few minutes until the news
boys came flying around the corner cry
ing "Seventh edition extra!" We
breaking of the pole the vehicle came
on the heels of the horses and they
ran away. JUr. Henriques was tnron
out, getting a sprained hand and some
Mrs. C. S. Holloway has applied for
the right to purchase the old Queen
Emma place, in Nuuanu valley, the
property that was reserved as a site
for a nitration plant. Under the law,
when an application is made for a
piece of property, it is put up at public
auction, and sold to the highest bidder,
, . . I fill VIMin urillfi. kl J V 1 IV t. V 4 C 'r
naturally made a break for them, open- i up'et price fQr tnig lan(J ,g ten thous
ing our purses on the way. It was the an(j hilars.
same old recooked hash, except that it
stated: "We have just sent a cable
TBMSP0RT DMCE AT
. . THE - MOMA TOM
around the world and expect an answer
soon." We adjourned to our roost to
wait. Will Fisher told about how the
water came up to Montgomery street
in his day, etc., and each had something
to tell. Presently around came the
army of newsboys crying, "Eighth edi
tion extra." Then another break was I In the event of the arrival of the
made by the anxious crowd only to transport Logan from Manila, the Mo
learn of the speed of the new press and Rna Hotel vjU sive a dance tonight
"an answer was expected soon." When -. . , -,. . -
wo found we had paid for the great ! h"nr of the commanding ofheer of
cable to Manila and now for its ex- the Tenth Infantry, Quartermaster
pected answer, we presumed it was time ! captain Nixon, and the officers and
to ge home. ia(jies of the transport. A good time
The next morning the cable service-. , T ' v,vt
, , ,r , , , is assured, as all Moana dances luie
was reopened and the Advertiser began , '
issuing Free Specials half hourly ami it proen
had the effect of closing the new pres
so tight that they have not been able
to open it with a crowbar since.
This morning chickens will be sold at
Fisher's auction rooms.
Call at 912 Fort street ?nd get a
prospectus cf the new rubber company.
Inter-Island and O. R. & Lu shipping
receipt books, 50c. each, at the Gazette
The purity of Rainier beer Is un
questionable; its wholesomeness re
markable. Fisher will sell merchandise, one
Singer sewing machine, pianos, etc., at
10 a. m. today.
5 People who don't know of Paeheeo's
barber shop torture themselves in t!ieir
efforts to get a shave.
Best 25c. meal in the city at the
Occidental Hotel restaurant, corner
King and Alakea streets.
Silk kimonos, silk shawls, tab'.e ov
ers, ladies silk sacks, tapestrv, etc.,
will be sold by Will E. Fisher today
at 10 a. m.
C. Q. Tee Hop & Co., the family
grocers. will receive their usual supply
of fresh creamery butter, etc., by the
Thielen & Williamson offer for sale,
while it lasts, the remaining shares
of stock of the Hawaiian-American
Rubber Co., Ltd.
First-class tickets to all stations on
the Oahu Railroad and Haleiwa coupon
tickets are now on sale at the office
of Trent & Co.. 936 .Fort street.
b'ue coat, with land deeds, etc in
one of the pockets, was lost yesterday
near Lilina street. Return to Adver
tiser office and receive a reward.
The steamship Olympia will sail for
Pali Francisco on or about May 4.
t.- fMirht and nassage apply to Tasu-
J. V I J. t V 1 ' V m. .
above f aua.ni.
ECONOMY IN THE END.
A few doses of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will cure your cold and per
haps save a doctor's bill later on. It
always cures and etires quickly. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
$0.75 Hats for
.90 " "
1- 75 " "
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
The Lealers in Housefurnishings, 53, 55, 57 King Street.
A Shoe for Summer
We take much pleasure in
recommending- our LADIES'
GUN METAL BLUCHER
ETTE TIE, with Cuban Welt
Sole and Swagger Toe. The
price $3.5(3 is surprisingly
low when the quality of this
shoe is considered. For warm
weather use, a better shoe can
not be obtained.
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
1031 Fort St. Honolulu. T. H.
Rn.. ,-, , " '
'-Ifrniilum mm 11 inn 1 'jT"' " n i i
WHITNEY & MARSH
NEW ARRIVALS IN
SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS
MANY HANDSOME HAND EMBROIDERED DESIGNS
JUST ONE OF EACH.
Ladles9 Night Gowns
IN OUR CELEBRATED
Home Made Underwear
AS LONG AS-
YOU NEED A
ASK TO SEE THE NEW "C" MODEL.
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY CO.
Everything for the Orifice.
F??-' 1 1 ' ' Il"lt"" "'
a-U'L'Jl-ILWW 1 1 1 11 1. n 1 : 1 1 m.mm,j llMM,wuw , ,,, , .,
and over THE ONLY DOUBLE-TRACK RAILWAY between ttui
Missouri River and Chicago.
THREE FAST TRAINS DAILY.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS
Overland Limited. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 11 . m
daily. The most Luxurious Train In the World. New Pullman Drawn
'00m and State-room cars built expressly for this famou train. Gtecitto
men's Buffet and Lady's Parlor Observation Car, Book Lovers Librarr,
Dining Car, Meals a la Carte. Electric Lighted throughout.
Eastern Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 8 p. m. daflr
Through Pullman Palace and Sleeping Cars to Chicago. Dining Car.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Atlantic Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 9 a. m. dailr.
Standard and Touvist Sleepers.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED. EXCURSIONS
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The best of everything.
r. r. ritchie. Q.A.P.C. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RT.
61 7 Market Street. (Palaoe Hotel) sn FrsnetCQ
or TJ. P. Company's Agent.
Our supply is not affected by the great disaster, no rise in prices,
no shortage, no difficulty; fresh goods on the Alameda and Aavadan,
due this week.
1 EW1S&C0.,LTD. Food Specialists
Telephone 240. 169 King Street.
New Goods Just Received by
C. R. Collins,
King Street near Fort.
'Phone Main 427.
RIDING SADDLES, BITS, SPURS,
BLANKETS. WHIPS AND CROPS,
DOG COLLARS AND CHAINS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CHAMOIS,
SPUNGES, HARNESS AND SADDLE,
SOAPS. OILS, DRESSING, GREASE,
WASHERS, ETC., ETC.
EMBROIDERED SHIRT WAIST PAT
TERNS, LADIES PURSES, SILKS,
HANDBAGS, ETC, ETC, ETC., ETC.
feAYE.GUS. - . - 1I20 Nuuanu St
On the Oahu Railway
' Iff. J
Golf, Tennis, Fresh and Salt "Water Bathing, Riding and Driving ar taxm
of the pastimes. The Table and Service are of the Highest Quality. Tieitt
and Information at the Ilonolulu Station and Trent & Co., or ring up Haleiv
Hotel King 53.
On Sundays the Haleivra Limited a two-hour trin leaves at 8:22 a.
returning arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. !
Very stylish and becoming.
Wash iihje and nicely trimmed
with lace or embroidery. In all
white, light blue, pink and cardinal.
vannie Winston vas hostess
a charming dinner party for sixteen at
the Moana Hotel on Wednesday even-in-
The dinner was served m the
private dining room and beautiful flow
ers including masses of carnations,
made a most effective table covering
iFnllnwing the iner tne Sests danced
in the reception parlor.
Manv more equally attractive
FORT AND BERETANIA
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
Has moved to large and more spacious quarters at
1186-1188 Xuuanu street, between Beretania and Pauahi
streets cn May 1st, where we will carry a full line of family
Ve are selling1
California Roll Butter at 35c
Prices low and quality the best.
Telephone, Main 238.
P. O. Box, 952.
Noiseless Easily Repaired
Siphon jet low down closet, embossed bowl, bent oalc,
piano finish and paper lined tank. Natural oak, never splits
seat, and Douglas siphon valve.
Sample in our show window.
85 King Street.
g O T$?
:E3Ion.ol"ULl"CL Soap ",77"ortes Co
FRED. L. WALDRON,
Spreckeli Block. j :
All work carefully done by hand. Shirts, collars, ladte
'and gent's suits washed. Dry Cleaning also.
Goods called for and delivered.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor,
tli Beretania Ftrttt, oppontte rear entrance Jlavcaiian JI"('l- 'Phorte hive SMZ.