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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, OCTOBER i, 1S39.
LAXATIWE
v 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
as goods" are but experiments, and en
danger the health of children.
What b Laxatine?
LAXATIN'E 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.
mom-
GONSALVES&CO.
LIMITED.
' Sole Agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Table
l HE LATEST PLAN JAs- f. morgan
Ga
ssware
New Book
Bulletin I
Golden Rule Bazaar, Fort St.
Special Sale
Fruit Dishes
, Fruit Saucers
Cracker Jars
Yases
Rose Bowls
Goblets
Jugs
Finger Bowls
Water Bottles
Plates
For Crushing Philippine
Rebels.
THE WIMD OPS
33 Queen Street. UNLY THKEE WEEKS MORE
P. 0. Dox 594. Telephone 72.
Americas T roots to Make a Concerted
Movement fiorthwari on Trc
Wtut Law to a Is Doloj.
WASHINGTON. Sept. ?AK
The War Department has re
ceivert the following;:
"MANILA. Sept. 20. Adju
tant General. Washington: A
communication dated the 12th
instant from General Garcia,
commanding all the insurgent
troops in Eastern Mindanao,
expresses a desire to turn the
country over to the Tnited
States and to surrender the in
surgent arms. OTIS."
MANILA. Sept. Su. S: 10 p. m.
Fourteen American prisoners,
all enlisted soldiers, have been
delivered up by the Filipinos.
It is reported from Hollo that
the- Tagalos have arrested VI
rayan. a general, charging him
with being a traitor. Tribal
discord, it is added is growing.
Many of the rebel soldiers have
revolted, man European pris
oners escaping in Jhe meanwhile.
ami on: ni sixiisswiLi. i:koi.oski.
In that jacc time jct what want in SI l MS. It a cac
of sacrifice iww. ilu wk rmit !c xM. 1. ivt !km!-!c yni
ncol hv. vt tlutn while t:i can at m:c!i Imv pr;cc. ThU
i a Iat cliancc at a ;! tiling. You arc the winner, wc the
lcr. KcnuiiiluT th.i.
Auction Sale
OK
Ao E. ffiURPHY & GO)
DEL I HI i S
205 Hotel St.
Arlington Block.
: OX SATURDAY, OCT. I I HI,
At my salesroom. S3 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Ily order of the Trtviaurer. Mr. Frank
Hustace. the following certificates of
stock In the Kamalo Sugar Co.. Ltd.,
If the delinquent assessment, with In
tcrcst thereon, is not paid before the
above date:
Books ttosed. aslhi My.
ISLAND OUDKRS Moil Tie A ceo a run! fx! by Cuh.
"A Monk of Fife," by Andrew Lang.
"Cromwell's Own; A Story of the
Civil War." by Arthur Paterson.
"That Fortune," by Charles Dudley
Warner.
"From Comte to Benjamin Kidd,"
by Robert Mackintosh.
"From Sea to Sea," "The Day's
Work," by Kipling.
"Strong Hearts," by George W.
Cable.
"Nada, the Lily," "The People of the
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
Bennett. .
"The Story of the Revolution," by
Henry Cabot Lodge.
"The WInd-Jammers," by Hains.
"Through Asia," by Sven Hedin.
And many others all sold at PUB
LISHERS' PRICES.
Hair
Dressing
-AND-
anicuring
Next to Y. M. C. A., Hotel St.
-HrHrk
ffi
LIMITED.
IMPORTERS OF CROCKERY, GLASS the vicinity of Porac, the
AND HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS.
SOLE AGENTS, H&W&IIiN ISLANDS
GURNEY CLEANABLE REFRIG
ERATORS.
JEWEL STOVES for Coal or Wood.
AUTOMATIC BLUE FLAME OIL
STOVES.
STANDARD WICKLESS
FLAME OIL STOVES.
PRIMUS STOVES.
KINO
Merchant street entrance next to the
Postoffice through our Arcade.
THE HOME iUKBRV CAFE
MONDAY, OCT. i). ISM.
WASHINGTON. Sept. '2'X The cap
ture of Porac by General MacArthur is
regarueu ny tne war department as
the preliminary maneuver to a general
movement of the American troops
north to take possession of the rail
road from Manila to Lingayau Hay.
General Otis has enough troops to
make more movements and to garri
son the towns along the line of the
railroad. It is believed the rainy sea
son will soon be ended, and that more
extensive military operations will then
be begun.
A large body of insurgents was In
extreme
west of the populous province of Pam
pangau. ueneral MacArthur extended
his lines almost to Porac early in Au
gust, but was compelled to withdraw
toward Santa Rita and Angeles be
cause of the heavy rains. .The insur
gents have remained to the w
Porac and last week they captured
gunboat Urdanetta on the coast
south. It was considered necessary to
drive them out of that territory before
mnv I a general movement north was begun.
aim ui-ueiai .iir.riiiur iook ki.sss
sion of Porac with that end In view.
The General is expected to garrison
Porac and keep the insurgents out of
the valley and in the mountains. That
will enable him to move his army
nor
his
to
until the railroad from Manila to Lin
gayau Hay is in the possession of the
Americans.
Ccrtif. Shares
No. 201 .. 23
No. SO 3
No. 300
No. 207
No. 30S
No. f3
No. 23
No. 242
No. 2t3
No. 24 1
Certif.
so
r.o
50
100
23
200
20O
100
No. 540
No. 030
No. C31
No. 332
No. &33
No. D34
No. 533
No. 336
No. 357
No. 33S
Shares.
100
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr,
Just Received. ffrPI
..... 8 "':iO' II
Am CvrAntlnni1le C?n ' -r-r V. l
ig Lot of..,.. i fhWm
At hm Prices.
ss Residence Sites Honolulu
AT MANOA
F0R SRLE.
Stock -Yards Co,
LIMITED.-
W. S. WITHERS, flanager.
Corner Queon and Alakca Streets.
--fO-
II A VI NO PURCHASED
rth on Tarlac. where AKuInaMo has "! ' iVnVin
headquarter, am! he will continue LTl xx n rS
drive the insurKents to the north dc.n,co 1 1 n?w.r, C
1
Orders taken for Em
broidery and Point Lace, and
Lessons given at regular terms.
MISS A. De LARTIGUE.
DINNER.
soup. 4
Cream of Saso.
FISH,
lioiled Salmon.
ENTREES.
Fried Calf's Brains.
French Chops.
Braised Breast of Vear
with Oyster Sauce.
Corn Fritters.
, VEGETABLES.
Boiled Potatoes.
Boiled Rice.
Mashed Potatoes.
Boiled Turnips. Baked Tomatoes.
ROAST.
Duck with Green Peas.
Saddle of Mutton.
PASTRY.
Cream Puffs.
Assorted Cakes.
DESSERT.
Nuts. Raisins. Bananas. Oranges.
Pineapple Sherbet.
Bananas and Cream.
Tea. Coffee. Ice Tea. Lemonade.
In
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TO OUR
Business Lunch from 11 a. m. to
p. m.
Dinner from 5 to 7 p. m.
Cafe open, at all hours.
D 1
OO
-Have you tried any of those
-CHOCOLATE or COCOANUT
-(fresh) cakes from the German
-Bakery? They are only 25 and
-50c each and pronounced delle--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 cents
-each.
HAWAIIAN
pera House
ooo
Commencing Thursday,
October 12.
-THE GERMAN BAKERY,
833 Fort Street.,
Mr. Clay Clement
AND COMPANY OF
EXCEPTIONAL EXCELLENCE.
oo
-Headquarters for genuine ginger
-snaps, sugar cookies, etc.
-Telephone 677.
HAVE JUST OPENED
A Shop in the Aloha Building, Fort
street, near Vineyard.
I am now prepared to do all kinds of
PLUMBING, TINNING
and GENERAL JOBBING
REASONABLE PRICES.
WM. W. GRAHAM.
Read the Daily Advertiser.
11 PERFORMANCES
TRACT
for real
receive nrpU
cations from parties uiring to pur
chase
These lots are immediately In front
But little has bven heard of Gvr.eral of !he rea,dcn,co of H. IL Cooper,
Lnvtnn roi Piithv It ! snl.l l.v War anf roniraaau a Kruuu lcw U4 AJ-iiiw
Dpnanmpnt oOlrlaU thnt ho is iinnr "" nn piciurcsquc counirj- 10
" I wm
r.onpriil Mnr Arthur nml U firiMi.irlnt-1 Uiaiaonu licaa
rw 4 m m
to move north with a column parallel . uere nro ju ioi in - Rrrics. iroui-
ta the fonos of that Gi ncral. Tho nS on C3l. or mam, Ianoa road.
craitpr nart nf th trnniw has Iippd and & facing OQ L.Ih0lihO Street.
transforrod ntilrtlv to thi north of Ma-I The lota arc each 100 feet wide and
nila for that movement. It is also rom iw io .3b iwi aep. iiovernmcai
said that a considerable body of troop I water main laid past the lots on West
will be transported from Manila toiaianoa roau.
Lincavau Bav and landed to becin a I-irly applications ncccs-rary. Map
southward march, with the expectation lf the property and all Information In
of oru shiner the instirnontj botween thoiregaru to term or purcilRC. CIC. S
two columns. niy omce.
It is significant that Generals Law-1 Terms One-third cah. balance
ton. Whcaton, Wheeler and Grant are one and two years at 6 per eenL
all with MacArthur to the north, and! Early application necemry
it is said that they are preparing for
an aggressive campaign that will clear
that part of the island and place the
one railroad in the Philippines com
pletely under American control.
WASHINGTON, Sept, '20 General
Otis today cabled the following report
of the capture of Porac:
Lawton's troops are at Calumplt and
San Fernando, where concentration Is
taking place. He Is ordered to cover
the country between Mexico. Guaga,
Bacalor and Santa Rita. MacArthur
has been ordered to take his troops and
clear the country west and in the vl
cinity-of Porac, which he did yester
day, advancing to Porac at an early
hour with the Ninth Infantry and
Thirty-sixth Volunteers, capturing Po
rac and driving the enemy north.
Wheaton at Angeles kept back the
enemy on his north and moved his
force westward to intercept the Porac
insurgents, but they retreated by
mountain roads. The movement re
sults in clearing the country prepara
tory to further operations. Our casual
ties at Porac are five wounded. Whea
ton does not report any casualties. He
captured one officer and several en
listed men. Some twenty of the ene
my were killed; the number of wound
ed is unknown.
WASHINGTON. Sept. ?.. General
Otis cables the following from Ma
nila: "The Ohio transport, with three
officers and forty-nine men of the Ne
vada cavalry, also 215 discharged men.
sailed yesterday via Hongkong and
Guam. Two men of the Nevada cav
alry are in the hands of the Insur
gents."
U .LL
Ex Mdeini Besse:'
EXTRA FINE LINE OF NICE
Stylish Phaetonis
WITH Oil WITHOUT UUIUUIU TIIIKS.
-:- plays -:-
BEGINNING WITH
"THE NEW DOMINION."
To be followed by "The Bells," "A
Southern Gentleman," "The Mounte
bank," "Hamlet," "The Lady of Ly
ons," "The Two Orphans," "A Scrap
of Paper," "Caste," "The School for
Scandal," "The Corsican Brothers
and "London Assurance."
Prices evenings, $1.S0, and oOc.
Prices matinees, $1, 73c and 50c.
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT
Wall, Nichols Company.
During the winter of 1SD7 Mr. James
Iteed. one of the leading citizens and
merchants of Clay. Clay Co., W. Va..
struck his leg against a cake ot ice In
such a manner as to bruise It severe
ly. It became very much swollen and
pained him so badly that ho could not
waltt without the aid of crutches. He
was treated by physicians, also used
several kinds of liniments and two
and a half gallons of whisky In bath
ing it. but nothing gave any relief
until lie began using Chamberlain's
rain Balm. This brought almo.-t
complete cure In a week'3 time am
he believes that had he not used this
remedy his leg would have had to be
amputated. Pain Balm Is uncnualci!
for sprains, bruises and rheumatism.
For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
c i-o., i.tu., agents for H. I.
a
For Sale:
and Roomy
m
A Mi
s
tarreys.
Lot off Busdiniess Biuiggjoes
IN SIX
DIFFERENT
Oo
STYLES.
Carriaare :
Repository
TW RETML STORES,
That parcel of land on the southeast
corner of Borctanla and Miller streets.
The property has a frontage of SI
feet on Bcrctanla and ?3 feet os Miller I
street.
Area 4.7&0 square feet.
There are two cottages on th prop
erty, one of which Is now rented for
23 per month.
Cornor Fort and Klnf? ftroils and
Wavorloy Block, Bcthol StrooL
For further particulars and trms ap
ply to
JAS. F. MORGAN.
SUCCESSORS TO
J. T. Waterhouse. Henrv TJav Cl Co.
H. E. niclntvre & Bro.
Wholesale
and Retail
JAS. F. MORGAN
Tea Dealers and Cole Merchants
ilnnnnr nnr
j, 111 uu U I
m
Corner Fort and Kiu Street?,
U'Avcrly Illock, Pihcl SlmL
33 Queen Street.
P.O. Box 594. Telephone 721
Retail Stores: !
Wholesale Department, Bethel StreeU
TplpnhnnPC Fort SlrtCJ
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