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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, September 19, 1898, Image 7

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HOXOrXLl", SEPTEMBER 10. 1S95.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
KI'bahn, th.- Heal an i stroke, is
oar of the ye-i r.
lavinc a ior:y-:u
iak-tim; ;v: 1 steam launch baik in Th--'
On Saturday, -Ua, Ja. F. Mor-
:i'A will hoH an auction sale of L-I.in l
' ,-uritii s. Sec ad vt.
In the absr-ru- th" IIov. II. II.
Parker, the service at the Kawaiahau
bv
Military Hats Mrs. Ha ana.
r . .
senator iiockini; lias iv-tuni" I from .States
a business ti Ii to Maui.
Hiloitcs are delighted with the new
faster service of the Kinau.
Capt. GrilRth, of the bark AHe r.
riever mi&'Sr.s a holiday in Hawaii.
Mrs. T.. r. l.:Pir.rrr rMMfn,i ' -hur-h yesterday were conrlucted
from Maui quite restored to health. j -Ml- ibary Watf ihous.
Elvin planted a Healani Has; at the
entrance of the harbor on Saturday. i The pain of a burn or s-t-aM is almost
Company I), X. (;. II., will put on instantly relieved by applying Cham
four minstrel programs about Noveni- i berlain's Pain Balm. It al.o heals the
jjer m ; injured parts more quickly than any
T " . , T" other treatment, and without the burn
J. J. ,illiams is exhibiting a hand- VfTV s&VGrP joP5 not 1(,ave a scar
some water color painting of Mrs. V. j yQV by aI1 amzzists and dealer?.
- Irwm- '"Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., wholesale
Colonel Oilbert V. Little arrived by I agents for II. I.
the Kinau yesterday from Hilo for the j ....,.
feliprOine (, GUI i, teilll. j v.. ; ,. w--;t.Mt m. m ! m J . mi mm Umax
Rev. Wm. Kincaid and family will ft fa&M&j&p& PM
likely occupy ilt.t Fuller premises on j t: fcA'VriVS,:: ftv?5
Nuuanii street, near S-hook i i't $t TV3 'f fl Vj t) fXr-M
A. Sehnieden, at one time in ta-' Ap- ; tji&2uii&& .frrvifci
dry ggods lt-?
'The. p r pq reisgi v e: STOp.zf
:r s4 Phii. j We : Are : Displaying
THIS WEEK
A Larse Variety of
NfeW SAILOR HATS
In All Colors and a
Very - Choice - Line
Don't
W
praiser oil;- at the Custom hour,-, re-
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luiiieu uy ine uai k .'.loiuean. .15
Mr.s. Woodward, anncuives th-; ojjen- j
ing of h, r voc al classes. Appoinr rm nts
made by mail, cr by telephone lb
W. I-k Styb.--, of the F. S
adelphia, led the men's met ting in the;
V. M. C. A. hall yesterday afternoon. vj
Rev. S. C. Pishop is writing a
lengthy account of his visit to Coast
cities for the next issue of The Friend.
A special mr-cting of Honolulu Com
mandery No. J, K. T., will !je held to
night at o'clock. Work in Temple.
A Hawaiian girl who went away with
the Willison circus to learn bareback
riding has been sent home from Van
couver. Ookala Sugar Plantation Co. will
hold a meeting on Wednesday next, at
10 a. m., at J. M. Dowsett's office, Mer
chant street.
Dr. and Mrs. Humphris will be in
the casUof the play soon to be produced
by the Dramatic Circle of the Kilo
hana Art League.
Capt. J. M. Camara, Jr.. in the ab
sence of Maj. C. J. McCarthy, com
mands the Second Battalion, First
Regiment, N. G. H. ...t
The Commission hopes to finish up
its work by Wednesday. This will
give time for the three American mem
bers to sail on Friday.
About double the old-time crowd at
tended the public concert at Makee
Island yesterday afternoon. Many of
those present were strangers.
A new inarch, "The Garrison," by
Capt. iierger, and dedicated to Gen.
'King, will be played for the first time
at Emma Square this evening.
Capt. Berger, Jos. Rosen, Chas.
Kreuter and the Misses Kanoho may
give concerts at Lahaina and Hi'o dur
ing the band vacation next month.
Capt. Lydig, chief and purchasing
commissary for the United States here,
calls for proposals for furnishing fresh
beef and mutton in large quantities. ,
Two prisoners were brought down by
the Kinau from ililo and sent to the
reef. Both are natives. They were
committed from the last Hawaii term.
Neither the captain nor agents of the
Hawaiian bark lolani will be respons
ible for debts contracted by any of the
crew of said vessel while in this port.
Attorney-General W. O. Smith suffer
ed considerable Saturday and Sunday
from his bruises. He is much improv
ed, however, and will be out in a few
days.
Fral Waldron. Past rrlKincol!or of
Mystic Lodge Knights of Pythias, of
this city, was the master hand in or
ganizing the Hilo Ledge K. of P. at
Hilo.
H. R. Hanna. in the Commissioner
of Agriculture's oitice, had a camera
on the Judges' stand Saturday and took
some excellent views of the starts and
finishes of the races.
The two-story brick addition to the
store of Wing Wo Chan Co., on Nuuanu
street is being erected. The improve
ment will occupy the vacant lot in
front of the Irwin block.
The New York regiment and Fngin
oers at Camp McKinley are picking a
team to play against one of the town
baseball clubs. They will probably try
the First Regiment nine first.
Dr. A. J. Derby, Mrs. C. if. Spauld
ing, H. Ik Cooper. W. H. Rio. W. G.
Needham, Miss Ward and Mrs. A. S.
Knudsen are booked on the steamer
G. Hall for Kauai tomorrow.
Ralnh J. Faneuf and Fred A. Cook,
formerly of Co. F, N. G. H., write from
Manila, where they have been in the
field with the Tenth Pennsylvania. The
Honolulu boys are in good health.
The Supreme Court will open at 10
o'clock this morning. A member of the
Bar will likely be chosen today to sit
in place of Justice Frear until the
Commission has finished its labors.
While chasing a runaway horse on
King street yesterday afternoon the
horse of a United States cavalryman
was kicked in the side by the estray
and rather badly knocked out for a
while.
There was no session of the Commis
sion Saturday. The American mem
bers expected to sit and were on hand
promptly, but were easily persuaded
that the water front was a more pleas
ant place to be.
A beautiful Knight Templar charm
was presented Customs Surveyor Geo.
C. Stratemeyer last Saturday by a Ma
sonic friend, of his. The popular sur
veyor has just finished his degrees in
that high organization.
Yesterday afternoon negotiations
were progressing favorably for a swim
ming race between Renear and Kimo
keo Friends of both men are anxious
to settle the championship dispute be
tween them. It is just possible the
contest may be arranged for this afternoon.
!f you need shoes buy them now. Napoleon
won battles because he never waited for the enemy: he
got there first.
Business success is won in the same way.
We don't wait for stores to. get the new creations in
shoes, we get them ourselves. Come and see.
000
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e Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
SIGN OF THE BIG SHOE.
FORT STREET.
Felt
OF
Walking
H
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dels oifi Faioii lis
All Correct Shapes.
We want you to see
them .... -
il. 8. M Dll Gels C(i.
Limited.
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I2STATB VALUED AT 510,000.00.
John Smith left an estate valued at
this amount. The greater part was
fivcd by buying goods at L. B. Kerr's,
Queen street. See his ad and you tvIII
realize how it was done.
For Sale.
000
CO Shares OAIIU (Assessable).
25 Shares AMERICAN SUGAR COM
PANY, (paid up).
25 Shares 0 OK ALA SUGAR PLAN
TATION CO.
10 Shares UNION MILL CO.
50 Shares KAHUKU PLANTATION.
25 Shares OLOWALU PLANTA
TION. ""25 Shares- WAIANAE SUGAR CO.
15 Shares PIONEER MILL CO.
25 Shares HONOKAA SUGAR CO.
25 Shares HONOMU SUGAR CO.
GO Shares WAIMANALO SUGAR CO.
20 Shares PEPEEKEO SUGAR CO.
25 Shares KIPAHULU SUGAR CO.
20 Shares I. I. S. N. CO.
10 Shares CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
20 Shares N. S. SACHS & CO.
25 Shares HILO MERCANTILE CO.
15 Shares WILDER S. S. CO.
10 Shares SHIP "JNO. ENA."
10 Shares SHIP "HAWAIIAN
ISLES."
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ALSO 1 lot at Kamakela. Palama.
75 feet frontage and ISO feet t7eep.
HARRY ARMITAGE.
Share Broker.
Ccr. King & Bethel Sts.
THE BOOK-
jlnUlif UL Lin
OF
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L, i
by her Secretary,
ANNA A. GORDON,
has arrived, and is now ready
for delivery.
Subscribers wil! please call
for same.
,000
We have a limited number
of copies FOR SALE.
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. . Call Early. . .
WALL NICHOLS CO.
Is the most delicate of all delicate
things, and is more subject to external
Influences than a grown person's.
The quality of the soap used in the
baby's bath, is of great importance,
because 3t means a happy, healthy
child or a fretful one, with skin full
of irritation caused by the excessive
alkali In tbe soap.
Curative-Skin Soap means much to
the mother. It Is as pure as it Is pos
sible to make a toilet soap. It will
not cause skin blemishes, but pos
sesses a soothing effect; It cleans
but does not irritate. Try a cake. It
is its 'own best advertisement. Made
in America, too. Get it of
0
ii Di mm.
YAM & FORT STS.
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will offer for the
NEXT : FEW : DAYS
A large assortment of
Bedspreads,
Blankets, Sheets,
Pilloi Casing,
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At Greatly
REDUCED PRICES.
Also a large line of
ji
CHENILLE
CURTAIN
S
At Cost To Close.
Theo.H. Davies & Co
-LIMITED
Merchants and Commission Agents,
Beg to call the attention of the trade
to their complete line of
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PAINTS AND OILS.
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lUjiujuriL 1 LirtiVlttllVn k
ssortment of Kitchen Furnishings.
GRAY AGATE WARE a Specialty.
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ENGLISH
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Reduced From 30 cts. to 20 cts. Per Yard.
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Fort Street.
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Durable and Light Running.
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LEADERS 1HEREYER INTRODUCED.
312 Fort Street.
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Telephone 565.
AQA11A Mr ro
Hotel Street
- Robinson Block.
JUST RECEIVED
larsre variety of . . . .
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FOR LADIES AMD GENTLEA1EN.
Full line of Jev.-elry, Yamar.oya Shirts, Pajamas, Neckties, Etc.
DoTiiestic Dry Goods.
Fancy ani
Wholesale Dealers in Japanese Goods and Provisions,
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gents for following
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THE WELL KNOWN LD RE D Q E .
THE UNEXCELLED VfCTO
THE UP TO DATE CRAWFORD
THE JUVENILE ELFIN E
Also BICYCLE SUNDRIES such as
Tires, Rims, Spokes, Lamps, etc.
If you don't know what you want, our bicycle man,
R. C. Geer, will help you out.
w-' l-'-f ' ' Til' i ! i
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Have arrived per "S. C. Allen" and "S. N. Catle'J
and will be opened on SEPTEMBER 5TII.
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