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Tnv. PxCIFIO COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISKK: IION JLTLU, SKPTEM BLU 10. 1S0
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The best at the lowest
price at UOlT'S.
Although the tendency nowadays is
have a variety of coloring in a
room, the colors of each piece of fur
niture must hn carefully studied out
if you desire a pleasing effect. With
taste and a little careful .study you
can set the same rich effect with half
the money. Jn buying the most ex
pensive goods you are generally sure
of a rich and artistic effect, but if you
ise good judgment you can get the
-arne effect at half the price.
In our semi-tropical climate a vry
essential point is to have your furni
ture covering harmonize with the sur
roundings your room furnishings as
well as the outside surroundings. Not
ji?Iy do these furniture coverings pre
sent a pleasing effect to the eye, but
they also save your furniture.
have to work
for monjey you savo. And the
will take advantage of every op-
portunity to savo that which pre- f
vonta Uolf Thnt'c wTiv nnr
nortiere sales are such a success
F.vervhodv who looks at the
values and the prices sees the
bargain and the bounty of qual
ity and attractive patterns enor
Our repair departm-ent is run on
the saving-to-you plan. AVe give you
the best service for the least price.
Leading Furniture Dealers.
KING AND BETHEL STS.
A drv scalp causes danruff dan
druff causes the clothing to become
soiled. A minute or two each morn
ing and evening devoted to the apply
ing of our Dandruff Killer does the
Put up iu one size bottle only.
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP.
PACHECO & FERNANDEZ, Froprs.
Arlington IJlock, Hotel St.
THE CLUB STABLES
C. BELLINA, Manager.
Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477.
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PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN
OUTS, SAFE DRIVERS.
nro especially equipped to eater
to your trade. Fair dealing and good
service is what we depend on to get it.
Dr. Rowat is always in attendance
at the Stables.
Glut) Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union it Hotel Sts.
(Old I?eli Tower.)
CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders for Surreys Wagonettes,
Single or Double Teams at a moment's
HACKS Nos. , C". TO, 'i 7, 01, l-o
C. BELLINA, Mgr.
Tf.i "ti't Stables Tel. 477,
A SHIPLOAD OF
IRATE OF SODA
An excellent Fertilizer for
ftattoons and Early Cane,-
And in the Dry Season.
Advance orders filled as received from
For further details address
Hawaiian Fertilizing Company
A F. COOKE, Manager.
P 0" Box 13G. Honolulu.
Wm. A. Love
CARTYRIGHT BLOCK, MEECHAKT ST.
. THIS DAY:
I'm Shares HONOXAA SUGAR CO.
:io Siiar. s FAVA PLANTATION CO.
:: Shares HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO.
T) Shares HOXOMU SUGAR CO.
iu Shares HAWAIIAN AGRICUL
T U R L CO
''shares. OAHU SUGAR CO. LVs.-es-s.able).
10 Shares I. I. S. N. CO.
V) Shares O LOW ALU COMPANY.
no Shares HILO MERCANTILE CO.
10D Shares MUTUAL TELEPHONE
Other Island Securities Bought and Sold.
A desirable residence on Young St.,
near Thomas Square.
In favor of our "ready made"
is our ready fit.
You expect the tailor to fit you.
realized here at half the
Another strong argument
$10 to $M.
It's time for sober thought
in the matter of the youngsters'
needs. His days of study more
agreeably welcome when his
clothes are to his liking.
The other kind are not to be found
fi a u
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Beimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
WELLINGTON NO. 2.
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The acme of mechanical merit
combines the good features of all.
The widest range of work of any
machine ever invented.
Whv ray $100, when the superior
Wellington sells for $75. Call
and see it.
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A LEADER COM
Untimely Death of Brilli
Judge Antone Rosa Had a Promis
ing Future Was a Favorite of
Late King Funeral.
Judge Antone Rosa died at his home
on King street about :J yesterday
morning and was buried from the
Catholic Cathedral at i o'clock in the
afternoon. A platoon of police escort
ed the remains to the grave in the
Catholic cemetery. The funeral pro
cession was a quite large one. De
ceased had many admiring friends. A
complication of ailments caused death
Mr. Rosa had been ill about two
Judge Rosa was burn at Kalae, Mo-
.JUDGE A. ROSA.
:i Member of the Cabinet ot
lokai. November 10, 1S:.", forty-three
vears ago. He completed his educa
tion at the Royal School in Honolulu
and' in 1S75 was appointed deputy clerk
of the Supreme Court, a position he
held seven years. He then studied
law two years and in October, 1SS4,
was admitted to the Hawaiian Bar. In
1SS0. Judge Rosa was appointed Attor
ney-General by King Kalakaua, but re
tirpfi thp following vear. He was a
Maior on the staff of the King.
ITnon the death of Judge Austin ot
Hawaii in 1S9G. deceased, was appoint
ed Judge of the Third and Fourth Cir
euit Courts, but retired a short time
later at his own volition, to attend to
his private practice in Honolulu.
Judse Rosa spoke Englisli as fluent-
lv ns Hawaiian, and also knew French.
He read considerable, kept well posted
on current topics and was an easy,
nipnMnt conversationalist. In Court
he was a man of force and eloquence.
Judge Rosa leaves a w.fe and three
children, residing in the new house on
Kiner street at the Waikiki turn.
ti'ip n.n 11 -bearers at the funeral
Associate Justice W. A. Whit
inr. Attornev-General W. O. Smith, S.
n Dwieht. C. B. Wilson, Carl Mett,
itptirv Smith. J. K. Kaulia and J. K.
Caspar Whitney and Other Nota
riir. s; Beleic has a number of
notable passengers. Caspar Whitney
the editor of the sporting department
of Harper's Weekly, will remain in
iTfinoinlii for a time. Mr. Whitney is
intensely pro-amateur. He will cer
tainly enjoy thp. boat races and such
field sports as may be held during his
r., aii- whirnpv is the man who
made himself hated in California by
niviipmninir the nrof essionalism of so-
1 A V v x ' - - - - c . f
MllPil amateur coast organizations.
Mr. Whitney was at the surrender
cntinsrtv His wife is with him on
Miki Saito's arrival here is probably
timed with the sitting of the Commis-
;nn He is Japan's traveling consul.
vMr nfrer vear this gentleman visits
Japanese colonies all over the world.
While here he will look closely into
conditions for the .purpose ot report
ing to the Japanese foreign ofhee.
Another Japanese aboard the Belgic
will be here only during the stay in
tmrr of the ship. This gentleman is
oboinishi. He is a big man in the
Y.iK-c'i.nma Specie Bank.
bram S. Humphreys returned by
thP Relsrie last night, entirely restored
to health. He was accompanied by his
wife. Fred. Oat also returned, in line
health. Robert Lewers, Mrs. Lewers
and Miss Lewers were others in the
Hon N. W. Me Ivor, formerly Consul-
General to Japan, is aboard on his
wav to Yokohama. He has been en
gaged by the Japanese Government on
an important legal matter.
Hon. John T. Hamilton, Congress
man from Iowa, is on his way to Jap
an for a pleasure tour.
Edwin Wildemau. the new Vice-Con
sul at Hongkong, accompanied by his
wife, is on his way to his post. He is
a brother of Consul Rounseville Wilde-
man, who has figured so conspicuously
in the war in the Orient.
California Fruit Co., Ceo. Andrews,
fornia Fruit Co., George Andrews.
Peaches. Oranges. Lemons Nectarines,
liartlett' Pears, Plums, Muscat and
Tokav Grapes. Apple?. Eastern and
California Oysters, Crabs. Flounders,
Salmon. Celery. Cauliflower, Onions.
New Potatoes, New Crop Nuts. Rajs
ins, etc. Place your orders early. Tel.
31 AY GO TO KAUAI. I
Plan to K.staMisli Keformatorj
School at Nawiliwili.
v...gvi!:tti-ns are j,r.diag tVr
pnre'aas- by tlv- Gov-rnme nt of the
In dr. si. rial -ehoo! prop--r:y at Nawili
wili. cnsUtiim of buildings for the
corniortab'.i; aceo:nmo.ia: of forty
je;..::- iind about thirty :u-r s of Ian i.
If :!; purchase n:i.K th: Re form
at ory s iioo of Hoaoiiu will f.' re
movvd and establi.-he 1 at that place.
T!ie pr..-s-nt Reformatory school
premises?, or the part :v: occupied by
t He Paiatna s.choo:. wm a.1 use-i lor tno
nll iJO."? Ui .111 1-1 rv.iiuvi
cirls under the D parrmut of Educa
tion. In all likfdiho.-- i the deal for
the Kauai property will be closed in a
As the Hawaiian Fir. 1 has b:en en
gaged to play for thr? championship
boat races, there -.vi'.l be no concert in
Emma Square this afternoon. Monday
afternoon the Australia goes and Alon-
dav evening the Land v.-ill furnish mus
ic for the gral Red Cross ball in Pro
gress hall. On the latter account
there will be no con:ert -in Emma
Square Monday evening. Following is
he program for the- matinee concert
to be given at Make Islar.d at 3 p. m.
torn or row :
Old Kun hcl.
Overture Festival Lortznig
Gavotte Alexina Ascher
Hallad Morning Beethoven
Reminiscences of Meyerbeer .. Godfrey
Cornet Solo The Elgin of the
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Reminiscences of r. lelssohn ..
Fantasia Hungarian Brahms
Overture Titus Mczart
The Star Spangbnl Banner.
Iolani college will open Monday
morning with Row J. F. Lane as mas
ter. Mr. Fritz a-s assistant and Miss
Heslop as matron.
Ilealani. Leilani and Myrtle Silk
Handkerchiefs, Neck Ties and Hat
Bands. Correct colors.
C A M A R1NOS' RE FRIGE RATOR.
PER AUSTRALIA Plums, Peaches,
Apricots. Rhubarb Asparagus, Celery,
Cauliflower, Gooseberries, Fresh Sal
mon. Crabs, Flounders, Frozen Oys
ters, (tin and shell), Bnrbank Pota
toes, Oranges, Figs, Lemons, Sweet Po
tatoes, Fine Olive Oil. Dry Fruit, New
Crop of Nuts, Raisins, etc., etc.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET.
$2.00 a Copy
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEHBER 15, 1893.
in- onl.r of J. M. Dowsett, adminis
trator of the estate of J. I. Dow.-et', I
will sell at public auction,
3 Large Hawaiian Canoes.
For further particulars inquire of ;
Jas. F. Morgan
A NEW PAINT SHOP.
nVTT, ASSOCIATED WITH US
Mr. John II. West, a practical House
Painter, Decorator and Wood Polisher,
we are now prepared to give estimates
on all kinds of work in that line.
Mr. West having had a practical ex
perience of over twenty years in San
Francisco and other large cities on the
Coast, we feel confident that any work
entrusted to us will give entire satis
faction to our patrons.
PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO.
Fhe Old Song
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A. E. MURPHY Sl CO.
Island Orders Solicited.
Opp. Elite Ice
BARGAIN I 1 Have
a' bargain counter, where each
be offered at unheard of prices.
This week aside from other things we will offer
Samples of which are placed in the window and plainly
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Our other stock is rapidly finding its way into the
homes of Honolulu.
M. G. SILVA. Proprietor.
1 1-4 Inch Solid Putter Tire, Full Size.
OUR CUSHION TIRES
are held in place securely by an
endless wire located within, the
rim, completely encircling the
wheel. They cannot ret out or come
off. They require no care, give
absolutely no trouble. They are
designed specially for the lighter
vehicles. We cannot recommend
them too highly when the weight
including load does not exceed 1,000
THERE IS NO SECRET ABOUT OUR PROCESS.
SCHUMAN'S - Carriage
islani Orders Promptly Filled.
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V f S t V V V, t. V Pi fc S". t W V V f I V, I? t? T &
IT-iKD PITT LP U iii cliar-e
to the mu.-ii' of reasonable prices.
Mii?ic ibis clmrui-', v hereby the dispositioft
of humanity is affected: the worries and
troubles, the pleasures and joys of this life
are influenced by melodious sounds.
To tbe Lover, the most nlensant sound is
of 4ua!ity, durability and price.
With eager interest they listen, and if tUe
tone is agreeable they accept the melody.
Our i-dioes are such that a buyer will be
satisfied on investigation. The makes are
the best: the quailty, none better, and the
price cannot be equalled.
Do you like the tune?
205 Hotel St., Arlington Block.
EstaWis!ieil in cnnficti011
i n hqimh Hi it ;ai P
day, different articles will
n w "8
SOLID RUBBER TIRES
are unequaled for resilience and
durability. We utilize all the latest
improvements, besides special de
vices of our oYn Endless wires
tension i-ecurciv iiuui tin; iuduci nt
the channel. Our Patent Braces,
vulcanized, into the rubber at fre
quent intervals, and through which
the retaining wires pass, hold then
firmly and prevent internal wear
or cutting of the rubber. The rubber
is compressed when on the wheels
so that any cut or abrasion closes
up at once and no material injury
7 "'I'M' t -
11-4 Inch Cushion Flutter Tire. Full Size.
WE HAVE OUR OWN MACHINERY.
- and - Harness - Reposily:
Fort St.. above Club Stables.
Some people when
buying don't stop to
think; they buy first,
and think afterwards.
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That is one way of spending your
money if you are willing to take the
consequences. Most everyone has
ideas of what they want, especially
when it comes to buy harness. You
not only want something serviceable,
but you Want Your Money's
Worth. It will only take you ten
minutes to learn whether you can get
value received at this shop.
of the Manufacturing D,.t.
King St., Nuuana St., Honelnla.
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