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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, OCTOBER 4. 1S99.
THE KIND YOU HAVE ALWAYS
bought has borne the signature of the
Western Chemical Co. of Chicago, 111.,
for years. Allow no one to deceive you
with counterfeits. Imitations and "just
aa goods" are but experiments, and en
danger the health of children.
TCM is Laxatine?
' LAXATINE IS NOTHING BUT THE
FINEST CASTOR OIL, with its objec
tidnable taste removed by our new
process. LAXATINE i3 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'
Prepared only by the Western
Chemical Co., Chicago, Ills.
Decree in Makee Suijar
Sole Agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Golden Rule Bazaar, Fort St.
Various Suits In Ejectment and to
Recover Dowr Rhts Matter
In the Probate Division.
JAS. F. MORGAN
33 Queen Street.
P. 0. Box 594. Telerbone 72.
A Monk of Fife." by Andrew Lan
"Cromwell's Own; A Story of the
Civil War." by Arthur Paterson.
"That Fortune," by Charles Dudley
"From Comte to Benjamin Kidd,"
bv Robert Mackintosh.
"From Sea to Sea," "The Day's
Work." by Kipling.
"Strong Hearts." by George W.
"Nada, the Lily," "
Mist," "Montezuma's Daughter," "The
Wizard," "Swallow," "Joan Haste,"
"Heart of the World," by Rider Hag
gard. "DAVID HARUM," by Westcott. '
"The Scape-Goat," by Hall Caine.
"The Dreamers," by John K. Bangs.
"The Downfall of the Dervishes," by
"The Story of the Revolution," by
Henry Cabot Lodge.
"The Wind-Jammers," by Halns.
"Through Asia," by Sven Hedln.
And many others all sold at PUB
IMPORTERS OF CROCKERY, GLASS
AND HOUSE FURNISHING
The People of the SOLE AGENTS, H&BllIM ISHHDS
GURNEY CLEANABLE REFRIG
JEWEL STOVES for Coal or Wood.
AUTOMATIC BLUE FLAME OIL
STANDARD WICKLESS BLUE
FLAME OIL STOVES.
Merchant street entrance next to the
Postoffice through our Arcade.
Judge Perry has signed the decree
in the caseof the Makee Sugar Com
pany vs. Tuck Chew ordering that th
defendant deliver up his counterpart
of the lease of July 1, 1S0I, for modifi
cation in accordance with the plaintiff
counterpart of said lease as modified
on September 11. 1S04. and thai said
defendant execute said lease as modi
fied. Notice of appeal from the above
decree has also been filed by the de
fendant and the appeal allowed by
The annual account of Frances K.
Hobron, trustee of the estate of Thos.
H. Hobron, deceased, h.xs been filed
with the jirobate branch of the Circuit
Court. The trustee charges herself
with $33,544.00, and asks to be allowed
her disbursements amounting to $32.-
0C9.2S. leaving a balance in her hands
Joseph O. Carter. William O. Smith
and Mary Parker, trustees under the
will of His late Majesty. William C.
Lunalilo, have brought a suit in eject
ment against Haleakala. Adam Kaeo
Hinou. Chun Yet and Yee Chu Fan.
claiming that the defendants have
taken into their possession a tract of
land situated on the makai side of
Beretania street, in this city, being 3
portion of the Barracks block so-call
ed, containing an area of !.n;o square
Service of summons has been re
turned in the suit of Sophia Hunter
Kahaleaahu vs. Manuel Silveira Per-
eira and S. Kobayashl.4 Plaintiff sues
to recover her dower rights in certain
property on and near Liliha street in
The first and final account of Rob
ert Parker Waipa, administrator of the
estate of Hana Keokl has been filed.
showing receipts of $130 and disburse
In the estate of Hermann and Joseph
Kubey, minors, the guardian has be?n
authorized to sell certain real estate
in his hands by auction after giving
three weeks previous notice by publi
cation and filing a bond in the sum of
M. N. Sanders, as administrator of
the estate of Marie J. Sanders, has filed
his final account showing: Recclpis
$G11.30; disbursements $331.75; balance
on hand $7G.53.
Another month and our C!olng Sale mill be at an end. Wale up to the
situation. This sale of Shoes at price s never before beard of will soon be
over. Take adrantage of bargains h ere you reap the beneSt. Look to Ibis
Investment, for it Is the best you can make, or will be able to make axmin
In Shoe-Wear. Remember that we are and have been selling Shoe at cost
and LKSS than com. and win contlnu to do o until the last day. lie one
of the lucky ones lfore It Is too late, for It Is a question of retting two pairs
oi up-ioiiate anu new bnoes for the prices orlglnallr paid for one pair.
OX WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.f
msm & co.
At the premises, last store In the Or
pheum Iilock. I will sell at Public Auc
tion, the contents of Dewey Restaur
ant, consisting. In part, of
TABLKS. CHAIRS. CUTLERY
CROCKERY. CASTORS. GLASS
WARE. MATTING, TABLE LINEN,
KITCHEN UTENSILS. ICE BOXES.
COAL STOVE. LARGE FRENCH
RANGE. BUTCHER'S TOOLS. COUN
TERS. GROCERIES, CIGARS, TOBACCO.
205 Hotel St.,
: Books Hosed, ash iraUy.
ISLAND ORDERS Must Ito Accompanied by Cain.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
MURK i BUILDINGS
An Exceptionally Fine
ON THURSDAY OCr. 5T11.I
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the premises corner Fort anil Ber
etania streets. I will sell at Public
Auction all tho goods and furnishings
of twenty rooms, consisting In part of
BEDROOM SETS. TOILET SETS.
l?PHOISTERED CHAIRS, ROCKERS.
WARDROBES. WHATNOTS. MAT
TING, LINOLEUM. RUG St CUI7TAINS
AND POLES. LAMPS. KOA TABLE,
KNIVES, FORKS. SPOONS. CROCK
ERY. GLASSWARE. ICEBOX. STOVE
KITCHEN UTENSILS. LARGE
BLACK WALNUT EXTENSION TA
BLE AND DINING CHAIRS. BED
LINEN. PILLOWS. CURTAINS. NETS
TABLE CLOTHS, ETC.. ETC.
The 2-story frame building and cot
tages will be sold.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Articles on view from 3 to 5 o'clock
p. m. Monday and Tuesday.
Terms of sale, cash; buildings to be
removed In thirty days.
At Low Prices.
Honolulu Stock -Yards Co.,
W. S. WITHERS, Flanager.
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets.
Next to Y. M. C. A., Hotel St.
-A A A A R'
BlTOrclers taken for Em
broidery and Point Lace, and
Lessons given at regular terms.
MISS A. De LARTIGUE.
WANT HUNTER RECALLED.
IORNSONATE, Salvador, Sept. 23.
Many members of the American colo
ny in Guatemala are incensed against
Minister Hunter, whom they accuse of
neglecting American interests and
claims. A petition asking Secretary
Hay to recall Minister Hunter already
has 2G7 signatures of Americans at
tached to it, and the number is dally
increasing. President Cabreba Inter
fered in the matter, arousing much In
dignation among the Americans, who
regard the interference as uncalled for
on a. subject which concerns only
Americans citizens and their Government.
FISHERMAN FOUND ADRlFi".
SAN MATEO, Sept.' 20. An Italian
fisherman drifted into this bay late
this afternoon in a semi-conscious
condition and refused to give his name
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
LEASE OF HEAL ESTATE
ON SATURDAY. OCTOBER 7
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my salesroom. ZZ queen street, i
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
the Trustees of the IJlshop Estate, the
lease of a piece or parcel
of mountain and forest lana sit
uate In Paalaa, Waialua. Oahu. and
containing an area of 3.200 acres, moro
or less, and more fully described in
L. C. A. 7713, It. P. 4475. for the term
of 21 years.
Conditions of lease to be seen at my
salesroom, or at the offlee of tho Bish
Terms Cash, U. S. gold coin; deeds
at purchaser's expense.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr:
EXTRA FINE LINE OF NICE
WITH Oil WITHOUT UUIIMIIl TIRES.
and Roomy StmirireySo
A Nice Lot off Business Buggies
DELHI! SOUR 8101
On Makiki Street.
or any information concerning himself I n . ,ni,flT. . rti I i rn tvOtvti m mf
otner than to say that he was a ttsher- i1 bA I I IWJ A I , H . 1-U llJyrU U M UJHltC
t my salesroom. S3 Queen street, 1 1
Just one block from Beretania
-chocolate or cocoANui Street, and directly, opposite
-(fresh) cakes from the German J . . . .
-Bakery? They are only 25 and tuu present nuKet urouuus.
aaaYi anil nrrknAiinnoii nAllA. I
"UVW 7avU tuiu fcA wuuuuvvnj - i 11 . m . il
r.acn nas a ironiajxe oi aoonc
man and left Sausallto three days ago
and has been drifting ever since. He
is heavy set. about 43 years of age
and wears a blonde mustache. He was
offered shelter for the night, but he re
fused to come ashore, saying he would
remain out in his boat all night and
strat for home as soon as the fog I above date:
raised. Certlf. snares.
will sell at Public Auction
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
By order of tho Treasurer, Mr. Frank
Hustace. the following certificates of
iSlSESTW RETML STRES,
terest thereon. Is not paid before the
Cornor Fort and King Stroots and
Wavorloy Block, Bothol Stroot.
-lous by those who have tried
-them. Order one for your Sun--day
dinner. We also have a
-sponge cake which we sell for
-the moderate sum of five cent
-THE GERMAN BAKERY,
833 Fort Street.,
-Headquarters for genuine ginger
-snaps, sugar cookies, etc.
HAVE JUST OPENED
A Shop In the Aloha Building, Fort
street, near Vineyard.
DREYFUS IN RETIREMENT.
CARPENTRAS. Department of Vau-
75 feet, with depth Of 140 feet, cluse, France, Sept. 21. Former Cap
tain Dreyfus arrived here this morn
ing and went to the home of M. Vala-
brogne, his brother-in-law. Although
the arrival of Dreyfus was soon known
no demonstration occurred. Mme.
Dreyfuj Is expected here tonight.
While Dreyfus' health does not per
mit of his receiving visitors, It is
hoped the climate will restore his
strength during the next few months
which he is expected to spend here.
Cottages are well built and
GROUNDS ARE IN
No. 5 19
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
IK Gil! HY
J. T. Waterhouce. Henrv Cllav & Co.
M. E. rjclntvre & Bro.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
, x and GENERAL JOBBING
For Further Particulars
II Mr I Co ;
EXTENSIVE STRIKE PROBABLE
BUFFALO, Sept. 24. Between 3,000
and 4,000 marine engineers on the
Great Lakes will probably go on strike
tomorrow, unless the Lake Carriers'
ssociation grants a 12!a per cent ad
ance in wages.
Saturday the National Marine Engi
neers LSenenclary Association srrvpd
WM. W.. GRAHAM.
OFFICE: QUEEN ST.
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
Area 4.790 square feet.
There are two cottages on the prop
erty, one of which Is now rented for
. M . ft 1.
notice oa the carriers that unless tho pcr
rC J" ?.?.;elbr...no". i,on: lorlher particular, and terms aP-
Read the Daily Advertiser. cxr telephone 313.
tie un lake
commerce as tight as a December blizzard.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ZZ Queen Street.
Tea Dealers and Coffee Merchants
l Mill QtnrC ? Corner Fort and King Street".
KCldll j Waverlj Block, Bethel Strwt.
Wholesale Department, Bethel Street.
Tplpnhnnpc Fortstrwua nvti.
1 CICllUIIr. Bethel SirU2laxU 013.