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THE PACHTO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, OCTOBER 7 , 1837.
EX 'IRIJGARD:" TOO (HJ PASTORS ish Week : TT : - - - F. I .. : ' "A Hew Shipment of the Famous inn BDDIEISER Guaranteed to be Absolutely Without Adulteration. H; HACKFELD & Co., SOLE AGENTS. ROBERT CATT . 212 Queen Street. Honolulu, AGENT FOR THE MIRRLEES, WATSON & YARYAN CO,, Lb. : ....... Sugar Machinery, WATSON, LAIDLAW & CO Centrifugals and Cream Separators. JOHN FOWLER & CO. (Leeds), Ld Steam Ploughs and Portable Railway. THE RISDON IRON WORKS ......General Enjrineerinm Aftvuo iuixovjM uu.t oonee ana Kice macninery. J. HARRISON CARTER. .... . . . . . Disintegrators. Cattbn, iSfBiIl FOUNDERS AND flACHINISTS, 213 QUEEN ST. (1&iff& nd) HOHOLULU, Invite Enquiries for IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS. Repairs Will Be Promptly Attended to TELEPHONE NO. 41 Call arid See t - The to RevolYing Copper Wire w 6. W. LINCOLN'S PATENT, At King and Alakea Sts, EX "DORIC" Ladies aiiu ALL SIZES AND PRICES IN CREPE OR SILK. Table NapkSes IN BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS. K. IWAKAMI HOTEL STREET. Japanese K. ISOSHIMA. - Fans, Lanterns, Vases, Crockery Ware, Fancy Articles in Endless Variety. New Hats in Latest Fashions. New Furnishing Goods, Underwear, Etc. Daily Advertiser, BEER General Ironwork. SHIPS' BLACKSMITHING. ROBINSON BLOCK. SCREEN Bazaar King St., Next Castle & Cooke's. New Goods - EX "DORIC."- 75 cents a lontb Assigned to Hawaii by California Conference. H. W. Peck Remains In San Fran Cisco Will Have Trinity Methodist Church, By the U. S. S. Wheeling the Adver tiser received news which will be of great interest to the members of the congregation of the Methodist Church, as it contains the names of the pastors for Hawaii. The Methodist Conference of Cali fornia has finished its work and de cided upon the pastors for the various REV. HARCOURTW. PECK, Pastor Trinity Church, San Francisco , '."."." churches in California and Hawaii. It will be remembered that when Rev. H. W. Peck left here he expected to be made presiding elder of the district, but his anticipations have not been re alized, for Hawaii is to get along for another period without an elder, and W. W. Case, presiding elder of San Francisco District, will probably have Hawaii under his immediate control. Rev. Peck has been assigned to the Trinity Church, San Francisco, con sidered by the pastors to be a favorite charge. Trinity will find in Mr. Peck an able preacher, and indefatigable work in the church. He was very ener getic during his pastorate here and led the march of Methodism in Hawaii. As an orator he had no superior among the ministers and his sermons were at all times interesting. V Mr. Peck will be succeeded to the pulpit of First Methodist Church of Honolulu by Rev. G. L. Pearson. H Kihara goes to the Japanese Church and G. Hiraga to the Japanese Church at Lahaina. The congregation at Pearl City and Ewa Mill will be pre sided over by Rev. C. E. Winniner. It is expected that the new pastors will arrive here on the Australia. Police Court Notes. There was not very much of a fight in the gambling case, in which nine men were concerned. They all plead guilty and were fined each $25 and 3 costs for their little fun. Manuel Marx, charged with disturb ing the quiet of the night by making certain loud noises at a birthday cele bration last Saturday night, was fined $2 and $3.60 costs. ON HAND: A SHIPLOAD OF NITRATE OF SODA AN EXCELLENT FERTILIZER FOR Rattoons and Early Cane, AND IN THE DRY SEASON. Advance orders filled as received from the wharf. For further details address Fertilizing Company A. F. COOKE, Manager. P. O. Box 136. Honolulu. Correspondence solicited. OPERA HOUSE OCTOBER 9, 14 AND 16. PETRIE'S MERRY MAKERS is THE THREE OLIFANS, Four-Legged Wonders. PETRIE and ELSIE. Comedy Sketch Artists. Late of the Flying Jordans Company. MISS HELEN GORDON, Australian Nightingale. 5 MR. TOM EDWARDS, Eccentric Comedian. NELLIE THE MIGNONS ALICE Song, Dance and Character Artists. CUNARD, THE MARVELOUS, Late of Kellar & Cunard. CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY. Tickets on sale at Wall. Nichols Company. Saturday, Thursday, Saturday, 9th, Uth, 16th. PETRIE'S MERRY MAKERS 3-PFRFORMArm ONIY-3 I BE Popular prices. 0 We beg to offer this week to the gourmets of Honolulu, and the islands generally, the finest assortment of tinned fish ever imported to the country. The grade is such that it is really difficult to distinguish these goods from the genuine article fresh from the sea. Epicnrean Brook Tront Than which nothing is of more delicate flavor. Devilled Crabs So nicely flavored as to de ceive the palate of the most exacting chef. Tnnny Fish in Oil Something entirely new to this market and very elegant. Kippered Herrings For breakfast, lunch or din ner; a delicious morsel. Findon Haddocks Pure white meat, especially prepared for use. Fresh Herring and Uackerei In great demand here as they are fish not caught in these waters. Smoked Sprats Of fine flavor and a good entree at luncheon. Preseried Bloaters, Fried Pil chards Obtainable only at this store. Telephone orders promptly and satisfactory filled. QUEEN STREET. Long and Short. Men have found a way to comfort In underwear through our efforts. Nature plays few pranks that -we cannot comfortably cover, and the pricing Is less than you are willing to pay. AT - 9 Hotel St., WaYerley Block. Agents for Dr. Deimel's linen-Mesh Underwear. Send for Catalogue. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. BLOODED FOR SALE The undersigned offers for sale the Gray Mare "Nell Stanford' srot by Stanford, out of a Kalakaua mare. Is 8 years old, of splendid disposition and a good saddler. Has been driven to harness. Also, the 3-year-old Bay Filly, "TWINKLE SHENANDOAH." out of Nell Stanford, a beautiful ani mal, yet unbroken, but perfectly gen tle. Prices reasonable. Inquire of WALTER C. WEEDON. N. B. This offers a rare opportunity to obtain choicely bred stock. SPRINGFIELD The Largest Massachusetts Co. ASSETS, - - - - $4,105,874.71 W. F. WILSON, Agent. 43 QUEEN ST., : : HONOLULU. 1 Eli ire hi oie Co (L. B. Krr's.) - - i if i crowned kings. Give just the proper finish to the attire p and wear like true friendship. fe Stiff and soft hats deserve "6 equal praise. Mi Melnemy, SOLE AGENTS For For In the Horse Goods line, such as Boots, Stock ings, Knee Pads, Rings, Sponges, Oils, Dress ings, Whips, Etc. Etc. C. R, COLLIN TELEPHONE 662. P. 0. BOX 496. LISTED MO HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOIOE ASSORTMENT OF FROM THE La Intimidad, La Espanola, La Africana, Henry Clay & Bock &, Co. A Great Steves mi READ OUR LIST: KING MAJTaATTAIT Eaiiges, ALPINE, BRICK and ELECTRIC Stoves. The BOSS Range, the RIVAL MANHATTAN, DERBY, NEW MEDALLION, NEW MODEL, POLO, RIVAL, TOPSY, GIPSY QUEEN, WREN, UNCLE SAM, WESTWOOD, WLNTHROP, c3 the MONITOR Steel Range. LAUNDRY STOVES, PANSY STOVES and RANGES, and the Celebrated CHARTER OAK STOVES and RANGES. Farmers' Boilers and Extra Cast ings for all Stoves. 75-79 klNG ST. Stetson flats x x x X- X x x- X-X- X The proper hats for America un- Hawn. Is. ran King St., cnr ZzzzLi iU n:: 1 Mllo, WqvvqII. & Cot. Fort & ftlercfiaat Stoi FAJTOEIE8 OF Variety of TEL; NO. G!s