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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 1899. 15. LAXATINE. TIIi: KIND YOU IIAVK ALWAYS bought has borne the signatnre of the Western Chemical Co. of Chicago. 111., lor years. Allow no one to deceive you with counterfeits. Imitations and "just as goods" are but experiments, and en danger the health of children. OOC- What is. Laxatine? LAX ATI NK IS NOTHING BUT THE FINEST CASTOR OIL, with its objec tionable taste removed by our new process. LAXATINE is as pleasant to take as honey. Children like It. No trouble to get them to take It. It con tains neither opium, morphine, nor other narcotic substances. It relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency; it assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giv ing healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea the Mothers Friend. Prepared only by the Western Chemical Co., Chicago, Ills. GONSALVES&CO. LIMITJSD. Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 957 - NEW BHOKS-957! Golden Rule Bazaar. 316 FORT STREET. Received by the Australia. "My Lady Rotha," by Stanley Wey man. "The Castle Inn," by Stanley Wey- man. u "From Sea to Sea," by Kipling. "David Harum," by Westcott. "Our Navy in the Spanish War," by John R. Spears. "The Scapegoat," by Hall Caine. "The Swallow," Rider Haggard's great book. "Reminiscences," by Justin McCar thy. "Heart of the World," by Haggard. "Through the Turf Smoke," by Mc "!Manus. "The Capsina," by Benson. "In the Forbidden Land," by Savage Landon. "The King's Rivals," by E. N. Bar row. "Tekla," by Robert Barr. "The Dreamers," by J. K. Bangs. "Heart and Sword," by John Strange ' Winter. . And hundreds of others by the pop ular authors of the day. : lie flnin Trusr i wsm en. (LIMITED.) STOCKS AND BONDS We buy and sell strictly on commission all first class stocks and bonds. Members of Honolulu Stock Exchange. WE LOAN MONEY ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. TRUSTEES We can legally act as Trustee, Administrator, Executor or Guardian, and are well organ ized to look after your affairs. Trust funds receive prompt and careful attention. We collect In comes for persons residing abroad, and will look after your affairs while youare traveling. AGENCIES We will undertake to or ganize stock companies and secure subscribers for stock on legitimate enterprises intended to develope the industries of Hawaii. INSURANCE We have the agency for one of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the world, and issue risks against fire on mills, dwell ings, stores, warehouses, merchan dise and furniture. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES (for safe keeping of anything valuable) We rent at reasonable figures bur glar and fireproof safes, giving the keys into your possession. GEO. R. CARTER. Treasurer. 409 Fort Street, Honolulu. Telephone No. 184. PBOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or money returned. PLATINUMS, CARBON EFFECTS, CARBONS. IRIDIUMS, and ALL GOOD PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPERS; SIX HUNDRED FIRST-CLASS VIEWS TO SELECT FROM; LATEST PICTURES OF THE RECENT VOL CANIC ERUPTIONS. o-to PHOTOGRAPHIC Co. ft LIMITED. V MOTT-SMITH BLOCK. Corner Fort and Hotel streets. EAT . Piirun ASK YOUR GBOCEKFOR IT SCRUB (extra large) 23c 1 HORSE (Dander) '. 30c WHITEWASH Sue STOVE 15c SINK 10c COCOA NTT 25c WHISK 13c DUST 25c PAINT .' 20c STOVE 20c All samples in our large window. Many other Kinds in view. House Furnishing Goods Department. SECOND FLOOR. TAKE ELEVATOR. LIMITED. SOLE AGENTS, U4W&II&H ISL&KIS Jewel Stoves for Coal or Wood, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators, Automatic Blue-Flame Oil Stoves, Standard Blue-Flame Oil Stoves, KINO STR Merchant street entrance next to the Postoffice through our arcade. American Messenger Service. : -O-fC MASONIC TEMPLE. Cor. Hotel a d Alakea Streets. Telephone 444 OPEN ALL NIGHT. The Silent Barber Shop - Ladies' Boot-Black Stand In rear of shop. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Propr Arlington Hotel, Hotel Street. Souvenir Jewelry AT BIART'S 404 H FORI' JEWELER. FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1899. DINNER. SOUP. Green Turtle. FISH. Fresh Boiled Lobster. ENTREES. Marmade of Brains. Veal Loaf. Pork Cutlets. Pineapple Fritters. VEGETABLES. Boiled Potatoes. Boiled Rice. Mashed Potatoes. Boiled Beets. Baked Taro. ROAST. California Turkey. Haunch of Venison. PASTRY. Cherry and Lemon Pie. Assorted Cakes. DESSERT. Nuts. Raisins. Bananas. Oranges. Snow Custard. Tea. Coffee. Ice Tea. Lemonade. Business Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m; Dinner from 5 to 7 p. m. Cafe open at all hours. i . 11 HOME mm CAre :0R REGATTA DAY Entries fer te Varions Events Up to Last Nifiht. SUCCESSFUL RECATTA ASSURED Both Boat Clubs Wilt Keep Open House Entries to Remain Open Until This Mornlngr. Everything looks favorable for a suc cessful celebration of Regatta Day next Saturday. The stores will all close, the streets will be deserted and every body will flock to the waterfront and secure the best points of vantage for viewing the races. The committee of arrangements are happy, for they have secured all the money they asked for from generous merchants; the Myrtle and Healani clubs will throw their doors wide open to their friends and entertain them with dancing and feast ing as well as choice positions from which to view the events of the day, and the various committees will do their best to insure a good time for all. Entries for the various events will close at 9 o'clock this morning. The following have already been made: Whaleboat race Moanalua, by Har ry Evans. Six-oared and sliding-seat barge Healani Boat Club and Myrtle Boat Club. These are the crews: Healani Klebahn, Renear, Rhodes, Damon, Church and Boisse. Myrtle Sorenson, Soper, Lishman, Martin, Ross and Lyle. Diving (time) Kuaiwa. Shore boat race Sten In, Erig and Hurry Up, by Moses; Minnie, by Ma nuka; Wela Ka Hao, by Kehana; Ho nolulu, by Susaki; Mayflower, by Ma hina; Bonnie, by Kamaka; Nippon Ma rti, by Binno; Ready, by George; Be necia, by Paluekala; Dewey, by Moke. Yachts, first-class Bonnie Dundee, by President Dole; Gladys, by T. W. Hobron. Yachts, second-class Marion, by Dr. F. S. Humphris; Hawaii, by W. L. Wilcox. Gig Kanoelani, by Mahine; Kapio lani, by Sharkey. Swimming, 100 yards Pua and Dan Renear. Six-paddle canoe Kakaako and Ala Kuki Moku, by Hanaukama. Yachts, third-class Lady L, by Wil liams; Volante, by O. Tollefsen; Po kii, by Bill Williams. Diving (distance) Pua and Kuaiwa. Steamer boat Waialua No. 14, by Moses; Ke Au Hou, Mauna Loa, Mika hala and Malulani, by James G. Spen cer; Waialua No. 2, by George. Sailing canoe Kakaako and Ala Hu ki Moku, by Hanaukama; Waiale and Mahimahi, by I; Puaalani and Lauulu olele, by W. P. Pua. Half-mile swimming Pua and Kua iwa. Dingy U. S. S. Iroquois, by Captain Pond; Myrtle, by Harry Evans; Red, White and Blue, by George. Captain IIoI Jsworth Dead. The Alameda brought the news of the death in England of Captain Henry J. H. Holdsworth, who was harbor master in Honolulu from 1850 to 1862. Captain Holdsworth died at Forest Hill, London, June 4, last. Captain Holdsworth came here about fifty years ago, and all of his children were born here. About 1862 he bought the ship Speedwell and sailed with it and his family to England, where he made his home for the rest of his life. One son, E. W. Holdsworth, afterwards re turned here and was employed as book keeper for T. H. Davies & Co. up to the time of his death about two years ago. Will . Argue on Monday. In the case of Rooke vs. Queen's Hos pital and Trustees of the Bishop Es tate, counsel have filed an agreement to argue the demurrer on the opening day of the coming term of che Supreme Court. The following counsel will take part in the argument: .Ma goon & Sil iiman for the plaintiff; W. R. Castle, P. L. Weaver, Robertson & Wilder and Alfred S. Hartwell for the Queen's Hos pital and Kinney, Ballou & McClana han for the Trustees of the Bishop Estate. Competitive Drill. The companies of the N. G. H., are now in the midst of practice drills pre paring for the competition drill, which is to take place some time during next November. The last regimental drill to take place before the competitive event will be on next Tuesday night. The last competitive drill was held in '95 in which but few of the companies participated. Co. C won tne honors on that occasion. The great success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater part of the civilized world. For sale by all iealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for H. I. NEW BILL at ORPHEUM THEA TER tonight. JAS.'F. MORGAN 1 33 Queen Street P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. For Sale: u bit mm. That parcel of land on the southeast corner of Beretania and Miller streets. The property has a frontage of 54 feet on Beretania and 93 feet os Miller street. Area 4,790 square feet. There are two cottages on the propr erty, one of which is now rented for $25 per month. For further particulars and terms ap ply to JAS. F. MORGAN, 33 Queen Street. AT WIANOA FR SHLE, -oo- HAVING PURCHASED A TRACT of the finest land in Manoa for resi dence sites, I will now receive appli cations from parties desiring to pur chase. These lots are immediately in front of the residence of H. E. Cooper, Esq., and command a grand view of Manoa Valley and the picturesque country to Diamond Head There are 10 lots in 2 series, 5 front ing on the west, or main, Manoa road, and 5 facing on Liholiho street. The lots are each 100 feet wide and rom 160 to 286 feet deep. Government water main laid past the lots on West Manoa road. Early applications necessary. Map of the property and ail information in regard to terms of purchase, etc., at my office. Terms One-third cash, balance In one and two years at 6 per cent. Early application necessary. JAS. F. MORGAN, 33 Queen street. JAS. F. MORGAN in ten 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. SB 1 eswence Sites II RETIRING FRM BUSINESS SLE GOING! GOING FAST! Dont' wait. Your pet shape will be gone. They are going every day. The stock is large, but cannot last long. The public have crowded our store. This looks like selling out. Yes, we are selling out, and doing it fast; keeping us busy doing it, but we are going to do it and we are going to cover a number of the best feet with the Finest Shoes Ever Brought Here, and all at Prices Lower than they can be bought at Wholesale. ooo A. E. MURPHY & CO 205 Hotel St., Books (Closed, ash My. ISLAND ORDERS Must Be Accompanied by Cash. P0R DOUBLE TEAMS, SINGLE DRIVERS, SADDLE HORSES, Young Mules, Milch Cows. Buggies, Carts and Harness t At Very Low Figures. trw iSLJUt, onolulu Stock-Yards Co, L I M I T E D Corner Queen and Alakea Streets. Ex Martha Davis: A large invoice of young, broke suck, consisting of Oregon Mules a Buggy Horses, Wagon Horses, Dray Horses. This stock will be sold at low figures as a large ship ment is in transit. G. SCHUMAN, , FORT STREET. TWO RETAIL STORES,, Corner Fort and King Streets and Waverley Block, Bethel Street. " HEIWMAY&CaiLTO. SUCCESSORS TO J. T. Waterhouse. Henrv May &, Co. H. E. Mclntvre & Bro. Tea Dealers and lAtnil Ctnrpc I Corner Fort and Kiug Streets, KCLill OlUIC5. Waverly Block, Bethel Street. Wholesale Department, Bethel Street. TVlrrfirmAC Fort Street, 22. and 92. 1 ClCSllUIlw;d Bethel Street, 24 and 919. Arlington Block. Coffee Merchants ) 1 1 f-- -r- ..