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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER 13 1805
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal Midwinter Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
In all the great Hotels, the leading
Clnbs and the homes, Dr. Price's C reac
Baking Powder holds its supremacy-
yo Years the Standard.
LEWIS &. CO.,
Ajcwnta, Honolulu, H. I.
THE HAWAIIAN NIGHTINGALE.
Mrs. Montague-Turner Return.-, to
Reside in Honolulu.
Min Annifl Montague ( Mr-. Chas.
Turner) returned to her island
home yesterday. It is over two
years ?-ince this gifted singer and
her husband left the shores of
Hawaii full of bright hopes for a
brilliant season in the Colonies,
where both were so popular. She
returns a widow. For the last year
Mrs. Turner has been teaching
-inging in Sydney. After the first
of next year Mrs. Turner intends
giving in.-truction in singing here.
Before leaving Sydney a grand
entertainment was given in honor
of the ' diva.'' which was attended
by a large and fashionable audience.
I he Richelieu W ill Serve
ji ' urday Evening
Epicures will be pleased to learn
that there will be served at the Riche
lieu tomorrow evening a specially
prepared menu of German dishes. The
occasion will be the tir-t time in Ho
nolulu that a genuine feast of German
delicacies has been given in a
Gift to Oahtl College.
Colonel and Mrs. W. F. Allen
have presented to the art collection
at Oahu College a pair of bronze
panels, the subjects being a Nubian
chief and his wife. The figures are
in bas relief and are handsomely
A Significant Departure.
hotel In this city. The regular French
dinner will b served at that popular
hostelry next Tuesday evening. The
Quintet Club will furnish munic for
both dinners. Following is the menu
for the German dinner Saturday
evening fiom 5:30 to 7 :30:
Samstao, den 14th December.
With the departure of another year
when a review is made of the condit
ion of affairs, it is only right that
some thought be given to the physical
body which enables everyone to bat
tin with lifc'-j nrohltm ami hVnr for
public themselves the profit or loss on the
Wiener Bratwurst mit Sauerkraut.
Concert at Hawaiian Hotel.
trial balance sheet. Though the bank
account may be large and each one's
material gain be great, it would not
be surprising if it suddenly dawns
upon many that good health nas been
greatly improverished by the low
condition of the blood. It is in this
state that the lactic acid in the vital
fluid attacks the fibrous tissues, par
ticularly the joints, making Known
the local manifestations of rheuma
tism. Thousands of people have
found in Hood's arsaparilla the
great blood purifier, a positive and
permanent cure for rheumatism.
Hobron Drug Co., wholesale agents.
If mi 3 I
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I?! lis S 3 K
OF SOME PIANOS
Is only "case deep." It Is much
easier to make a handsome case than
it is to put music into it. A tolerable
mechanic can do the one the other
requires the best thought of a muskal
All have handsome, tasteful, durable
cases, but in their factory constant,
careful, studious attention is given to
the production of a perfect and lasting
tone. The beauty and honesty of a
Kroeger begins with the varnish on
the case and goes straight through to
the iron plate that holds the strings.
We'd like to show you the inside of a
PIANOS KEPT IN TUNE FOR i YEAR GRATIS.
Old Instruments Taken hi Part Ferment.
How Does This 'Suit' You ?
J. W. BERGSTROM,
Office, Thrum s
From TODAY to December i st, w ith every $2 pur
chase you are entitled to draw one ticket, or with every $4
purchase two tickets. The tickets are numbered from 1 to
oo inclusive, and entitles the holder of the lucky ticket to
select any pattern of silk in our stock and have the same
made into a suit any style desired, by our dressmaker, Mrs.
Freimann. The number has already been decided upon by
one of the Gazette Company people and deposited in a sealed
envelope in their safe. At 12 o'colck noon December -jist,
the envelope will be opened and the person holding the
ticket with number to correspond with the one in the en
velope will be entitled to the suit.
This is the one chance you will have to obtain a silk
suit gratis. Our prices will remain the same as before.
Mrs. Lack's Store, Fort Street.
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! ! j
Ex S.S. Mt. Lebanon I received choice
selection of WOOD MATTINGS.
These mattings are something new,
being made of Wood Pulp or shaving
worked in very artistic designs and
colors. Are considered much more
durable than the common matting.
In STRAW MATTING I have some
thing extra fine, being very closely
woven in and out instead or pleated.
Holiday Novelties in Ivory Hand Mir-
Thp H.nv.aii.in Rand will rivp a ! rors (warranted genuine ivory), Tor
toise Shell Lorgnettes, Velvet Picture
public concert at the Hawaiian Frames, Handsome Work Baskets,
Hotel this evening at 7:30, weather Splashers, Table Mats, etc. 8olid Col-
. . n . . ' ored Crepes, one Blue Grass Cloth
permitting. Following is the pro- Baby Dress, drawn work. Shirt
eram Waists, 75c; Pith Helmets, 60c.
ah L-. .1 t r v a
LUy "I'M "K UW Ilfi'I th Jw-.-v
FIDE REDUCTION IN PRICES
from l. per cent to 25 per cent.
If you desire good value for money
invested you will improve this oppor
tunity. A. BARNES.
AND - -
Sheet : Pictures,
1. Overture "Light Cavalry". -Suppe
2. Fantasia " Nightingale aud
3. Finale "Buondel Monte".... Pacini
4. "Reminiscences of Ve rd i" ..God f re
5. Selection "A Gaiety Girl"... Jones
6. Waltz 'Commence the Ball"
7. Ballad "Phillis is my only joy"
8. Polka "Friendship " Mutb
WUl do better on
Purser McComb Entertains.
Purser Thomas McComb sent out
hacks for several of his Honolulu
friends last night and entertained
them in royal style in the saloon
of the Australia. The inclement
weather did not prevent the friends
of the popular purser from spend
ing a pleasant time.
Death of a Queen
Samoan advices chronicle the
death of Miss Margaret Young
(Queen of the Manu'a group, South
Seas). The lady had been ill for
some time and passed away peace
fully. The deceased was but 24
years of age when the Grim Reaper
called her, and had reigned only
four years and a few months. She
was greatly beloved by her subjects.
HAY AND GRAIN
BOUGHT OF US
la the very best at the
fflfll FED MP!
Mdum and Qeeen Streets.
Special Sale This Month Only.
Large Assortment of Christmas Goods.
TO BE GIYEN AWAY.
1 Piece Best Silk KIMONO.
1 Piece Smoking JACKET,
A ticket will be given with every
purchase to the amount of ONE DOL
LAR from December 9th. Prizes
to be awarded on December 31. at 9 a. m.
BRUCE WARING & CO.
-:- DEALERS IN -:-
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
All orders from the other islands in the
Carriage Building, Trimming and Painting
Line will meet with prompt attention.
P. O. Box 321.
n, Hi m,
HOUSES AND LOTS
LANDS FOR SALE.
Parties wishing to dispose of their pro
perties are invited to call on us.
503 FORT STREET. NEAR KING STREET.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
mm 1 6
ALSO. A NICE LINE OF
Laces, Insertions and Ribbons.
m. s. LEVY,
Only Known Specific that will Invariably
Prevent "Mai de Mer."
SELLING OUT! SELLING OUT!
Cheap for Cash I
Every Day ! Why ?
Because the demand is so great we can do
FRESH GOODS BY EYERY STEAMER.
-:- AGENTS FOR -:-
Popelton's Home-made Bread
Fresh every morning. Prompt delivery.
TELEPHONE 68O. P. O. BOX 381
VOELLER & CO.,
Waring Block, Fort and Beretania Streets
Alaska Boundary Survey. Q
WASHINGTON, " Nov. " 21. Tin?
United States has been compelled to
abandon its contention as to the exact
location of the 141st meridian, be
tween Mount St. Eliae aud the Arctic
ocean. It appears now that the coun
try was almost brought to the point of
open hostilities with Great Britain
over the north and south boundary
line between Alaska aud British
North America, because of the action
of the Chief of Coast and Geodetic
Survey in distributing the patronage
of his office, according to the author
ity of an official of the Survey Bureau.
Major C. T. Picton is manager of
the State Hotel at Denison, Texas,
which the traveling men say is one of
ue oei noteis in that section, in
speaking of Chamberlain's Cholera,
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, Major
Picton says: "I have used it myself
and in my family for several years,
and take pleasure in saying that I
consider it an infallible cure for
diarrhoea ami dysentery. I always
recommend it, and have frequently
administered it to my guests in the
hotel, and in every case it has proveu
itself worthy of unqualified endorse
ment. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co , agents for H. I.
Ibis Fridoy Evening. Decemder 13
1 Takizawa Chigokichi in his famous
rope balancing performance.
2 Takizawa Kokichi in the world re
nowned pole and basin juggling.
3 Takizawa Brothers in their wondertul
long distance tub juggling.
4 Takizawa Cnikokichi in wonderful
feats of ball rolling.
5 Takizawa Kokichi in his remarkable
umbrella balancing act.
6 Takizawa Chigokichi in his cloth
7 Taaizawa in bis wonderful bamboo
8 Kokichi in a marvelous frame ba
lancing act. .... ,
9 Takizawa Chikokichi in his original
ball rolling performance.
Do not fail to see these artists from the
128 and 130 FORT STREET.
POI I POI !
E. Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' Planing Mill, will have
fresh every day
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Wbich will be sold to families in large or
small quantities. o Contain
Store open evenings.
W. L. WILCOX,
Proprietor Kalihi Poi Factory.
TIMES IN THE TROPICS.
Evciiing, December 13
commences at 8 o clock
ADMI-SION: ADULTS 50c.; CHILD
REN 25c.; RESERVED SEATS 75c.
Seats on sale at Building Friday
afternoon. Tuesdays. Wednesdays and
Thursdavs reserved for white people
Saturdav Matinee for children.
ffti j. n
Watches sold for the very lowest of cash
prices or on easy payments.
Watches -: Repaired
ON SHORT NOTICE.
Workmanship guaranteed and prices
Corner Fort and
What is the matter With breakfast this
morning, the cook has overslept again.
hey? Go down to
Brown & Kubey's
And buy one of those "MUST GET UP"
Alarm Clocks that ring for five minutes;
while you are there look at the cutlery
and jewelry. wtche and silverware, you
can get me a pair of spctacles to aid me in
my detective work.
HUSTACE & CO.,
Wood and Coal,
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND,
Whkk we win sen at the very to weet market
Telephone No. 414-
T.OST FRTn A V VDVF.MRER 22d. A
gentleman's tn leather Card Case contain-
T r I'TPI) TIT r t TT TT V T V ClilTlDPO
1890. A RECEIPT from the -ETNA LIFE
gether with ONE OTHER RECEIPT and
TWO PAPFRS nil r.f whirh arp of no
value to any one except the owner.
3For their return to this office, the
above reward of S100 will be uiven and no
ques tions asked. 4160-tf
GUARANTEED PERFECTLY HARMLESS.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
PETER HIGH & CO., Proprietors
OFFICE AND MILL. ,
Alakea and Richards Streets, near Queen, Honolntu, . L
: MOULDINGS -:
Prompt attention to ail orders.
TELEPHONE : 8.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS
Importers and Dealers in
Groceries. Provisions and Feed.
.New and Fresh Goods received by every packet froi CaHfonrta,
and European Markets.
Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables, FruKs and Fish.
Goods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Island trade solicited.
P. O. BOX 145.
TELEPHONE NO. 92.
The Daily ADVERTISER.
75 Cents a Month.