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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, October 13, 1899, Image 2

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AI VKKTISKK: miNnLU.r. OCTOHKi: 1.4. IV..
Smother Large Shipment
OF THOSE
WELL KNOWN
Keen Kutter Goods
CLEMENT SEASON
"3 las just arrived and been opened up. Chisels, Hits, Hatchets, Knives and
all such articles with this brand on are guaranteed and will always be re
placed by us if any defects show up on using the tools. The "TRUE BLUE"
15aws, Squares and other tools are about the neatest and best things in the
-way of fancy tools that have ever been shown. Call and see them and we
think you will say so, too. These goods are made for, sold by and guaran
teed by the Simmons Hardware Co. of St. Louis, Mo., the largest hardware
house in the world by long odds, and you get honest goods when you buy
these brands. The only place in town you can buy KEEN KUTTER and
TRUE BLUE Goods is at
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
READY ROCK ROOFING
Best Roofing on Earth.
Brilliant Opening at Opera
House Last Night.
mt mrperttWifir. iij
m '!'.,'',', v,i,','.
IT NOT EXPENSIVE; comes ready to lay; any workman can lay it; is
light; Insurance 50 per cent less than shingles on buildings covered with it.
Hot affected by any climate. SEND FOR SAMPLE.
Mawailae Trading (B., Ltd,
Office: Nos. 6 and 8 Love Building, Fort St. TEl- U32-
' t
MosqunStoliee
Will Drive Mosquitoes Away.
Those Pre9fnt Much Pleased With
"The New Dominion Strong
CIl! for Saturday
What will prove beyond a doubt to
be a great dramatic treat to theater
goers was inaugurated last night, 'vhen
Mr. Clay Clement and his company
began their engagement of three weeks
at the Opera House. Mr. Clement
comes fresh from a series of aitislic
successes in the States and certainly
those who filled the theater last night
can give full evidence that everything
said in praise was fully deserved. No
better or more satisfactory perform
ance has been given here latelv and Jt
is no exaggeration to say that the
work shown merits distinction.
'The New Dominion" is a play that
appeals to one very strongly, and
throughout the four acts the hearty
applause and various curtain calls
showered on the star and play were
indications enough of the favor with
which it was received by the - house.
As Raron Hohenstauffen. Mr. Clement
presents a great character role and no
better introductory play could have
been selected. The impression created
is one distinctly favorable and the re
maining performances will no doubt
see a sucession of crowded houses.
Saturday afternoon "The Iidy of Ly
ons," with an augmented cast, will lie
offered, and Saturday night an elabor
ate production of "The Hells. In
passing it may be said Mr. Clement
carries a complete scenic equipment
for every play and a production in ev
ery sense of the word is the result.
to IZM O K 1 A I. U ESO I ,UT I ONS.
A. aad t: your.i: n;a ir. v r. ra!. Mr.
Erdman will dt.ivrr an a l !re nr.
work of the a.H'iatior.. Tlir
a'.sj ! sar: addr-?- . !..:.
i THE
TOWICHT!
RPME
DM
TOWICHT!
FAMILY
TULA! RE.
Orpliciiui "I heater.
I.a.t nteht at thU popular h. ?:. of
amusement a splendid program
pre.ventfd an! thoroughly -:J.itd by
the large audience pre.nt. (h!ef tn-tcre-t
was cent red in Mi.- K:hd Ic
on's reappearance. In pp'i!ar con
tralto rctcivtd a .pltndid reception
and was in great voice. The WUlardV
musical act was also a special feature
and must be sn to 1h appreciate!.
Hamilton Hill scored heavily with hi
songs, and amoncst others niti: !
mentioned Armstrong and O'Nell.
Ernil Walton and the jopular o:i
brette, Trlxie Cob man: al?o Trac!!
who introduced new feature.
: !.. -Kr.gac n: nt f tUr .;-Ur Y iv.a J ;.t a ;r.n- a. Kur..
I . utra!lan n.ri...?.. ...... ....
. .Australian Harit.ir.e. . .
MR. HAMILTON Hlt.l-l;r.-t
fmr.i th Tu Sdn')'
i:-Ap; ar.u if th. Charm. n.: Con
tralto. - MISS ETHEL IMXoN
In a Grand Rrp. !:'. f -r.
KMIL WALTON
In IL OxUiRil t.rr.!v M;iral Art
A I.h of S tr.V.r....
TIllXIi: COLEMAN
ARMSTRONG ANl o ni:ii. -
irngigervnt Kxtr.. r.lit: ry ..f the ,a TJ r r orictn-I Act Kr::i.r4 T:
KITTY ANI CHARLES WILLMlO ,n l-VA 'r- a I 1W 4
P.r: frni the I.--.id;r:c :- tn
. . ,t!;e Stat . . .
tiii: MiNSTirr.i.s
Hy t!i- Kr.tire Orph';:ni Cin:;viny.
. . .r-ute'n lVp!.-...
11.' Oirat and Only...
- T It A V KI.Li:
. . .Kins f KJr. and rCa;.l
!n an i'hv.z- t Art.
Stipulation FilcJ.
In the case of Tip Hawaiian Trut !
and Investment Company, a corpora-
tion. against Annia A. Uarton and"
Helen A. Dunning, action to quiet title
a stipulation ha ben f,l that the
time to plead or answer may ! - ,
tended to November KK.
tlen-ral AdnU:.n. :V an I r--. i tutu f.r l.ildu;. unZtr ZZ
ear. !-. U .-rd chair. Vs. S-m! rn ! U.1 . riRcSsc t:p Tel. ti.
Necktie Party
raclJie Itebekah lv cr-f L lce . o.
O F. held a very sneer. fal apr.:i anl :
necktie party after the regular meet- j
ing lat night. A large number wer. .
present and d.indng va kept up : f
a late hour. Refreshment were ered
.nd a general gtud tin; had. ;
Clearing Out Sale
Of t lie liiilar.rc of M. t5. SilvaV tock till rcniini:ir till
ON MONDAY, OCTOBEK 9. .
"I wUh to express ray thanks to the
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
having put on the market xuch n won
derful medicine, says W. Ma.,ln
gill, of Reaumont, Texas. There are
many thousands of moihcrs whose
children havo been saved frvn attacks
of dysentery and cholera InfaMuni who
must also feel thankful. It is for ale
by all dealers. Renson. Smith Co.,
Ltd., agents for H. I. '
Sl'KriAIi SALKS in all lint. Illi: UAIH SAINS.
NEW RILL at ORRHKUM THEA
TER tonight.
The Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
LIMITED.
Cures the Bites! v
Brings Comfort!
-OCV3IL.V ATT
Benson, Smith & Co,
Passed hy the Trustees of Oaliu
College.
The following resolutions in memory
oi Rev. Eli Corwin have been passed
by the trustees of Oahu College:
"WHEREAS Almighty Cod. in His
infinite providence, has taken from this
life our friend and benefactor, the Rev.
Eli Corwin, we, the Trustees of Oahu
College, do hereby express our deep
respect for his memory.
"We call to mind his strong friend
ship for this institution, as expressed
in many ways his services as pres
ident ad interim lS.r9 to ISf.o and a
substantial gift to the college.
"We hereby express also our d?ep
sympathy with his bereaved wife in
her sorrow and commend her to Him
who alone can give comfort.
For the Trustees,
FRANK W. DAMON.
FRANK A. HOS.MER."
i
!fi
I In )
V Qualify J
NOT BADE
OT THE
TRUST.
Hlg
j30DERATe fT-A n
jT) PBoifar
NEW ARRIVALS.
Oar new good hac now art lvc4 and. having; lou-ht lforr ih- rlM In
prices, we can ell cheaper than rtrr. CHILD'S CRIll and MATTUCS.
ctimplete. f: FU.L REDROOM PITT. SI'ltlNO and TOP MATTRIZSS Includ
ed. $21; EXTENSION TARLES. JJ: ROCKERS, from $2 n: CUIUrS
HIOH CHAIRS. $1; WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACIIINIX Rj:3ll
ued. $17, cost $3.
Everything at RcJ-Rock Prices,
You nave ZZ per cent by dealing ncr Remember. $10 go- a far brrr
as $r.O elsewhere.
A largo asjortraent of nOOKS JuU to hand; our l.0 rolunjr by all
the most popular writer of the day. Hook lent to tread, tc r-er To!air.
Old hook hottght or exchanged. i uii
Ls. S. MAT1LKWS & ON. Fcrxitcre Deaxxm
21 Beretanla EtreeL Opposite Vrogxt BIocIl.
WGnnteey
LIMITED-
SEAMEN'S CLOU.
Fort and Hotel Streets.
Moimotalliui Tobacco o., Litdl,
IMPORTERS OF
HAVANA
AND MANILA
r'-i i Krco Jf
tidiAES
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
Fine Grades of Smoking Tobacco.
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu.
K. Isoshima,
HAT MANUFACTURER.
GENTS FURNISHINGS.
Excellent Entertainment Render
ed at Last Evening's Social.
The usual large attendance was on
hand at the Seamen's Club last even
ing, rne roiiowins entertainment was
presented:
Piano Solo, "Rattle of Manila." Mr.
Norton; Cornet Solo, C. Anderson;
Recitation. M. Walton; Rone Imita
tions, John I. Sinperland; Irish Jlp.
Messrs. Mooney and Monahan; Sonjr.
"Fatal Wedding:." Mr. Monahan; Reel-
tat ion, M. Cook; Sonp. ' Rred in Old
Kentucky," L. J. Olesen; Song. "One
Little Girl." W. G. Anderson; Son
and Reading. Mr. Tubbs.
A Hag guessing contest arranged by
A. F. Cooke, in which the nags of
thirty-four nations were displayed, wii
a feature or tne evening, i-.very nnr,
n V n t M 11 V f a Lt .-
one of the sailors present.
OF
BiY (B(Q)(0)ID),
SALE OF EGAN STOCK.
Figures Speak Louder Than Words.
KING ST;, Next t Castle & Cooke,
flearainice Sale of
Straw Hats, Silk and Grepe Shirts,
Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc.
t Lowest Prices Ever Offered In Honolulu.
This sale will commence on Sept. 30 and continue for 3 weeks only.
u m m WAy ii n -Th IXNTT-r fl ' f-K -x v. -v
HAVE ARRIVED AT THE
My Furniture Store,
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Building, 534-536 Fort Sti
TCLEPIIONE 46: RESIDENCE. 849.
Hotel Arrivals.
Hawaiian John K. Alexander. Orlo
Eastwood and wife. K." Ritlle and
wife, Mrs. W. A. Looirfls. Rev. F.
Dodge, W. J. Spotswool. Emil J. Wat
erman. W. H. Ixwden, Miss Iwden.
R. C. Mederaft. Mrs. T. II. Maedonald.
San Francisco: Clay Clement and wife.
Miss Effie Thompson. Joseph E. Crem.
Edward M. Roll. Jeffrey D. Williams.
New York City; R. H. Pratt and wife.
St. Helena. Cal.: H. W. Lihtery. Can
ada; Leon T. Strauss. Mrs. F. G. Mon
trose, Chicago, 111.; M. II. Acher. M.I)..
Australia; Oscar Xortleet New York
City; Montgomery Gibbs. London;
John Cooke, Melbourne. Australia:
Mrs. J. T. Higgins. Olaa; W. I. Allen
and wife, New Zealand.
Arlington H. Gittus Lonsdale and
wife, London. Eng.; Miss Holtz. Oscar
Nortleet, New York City; Mrs. M. Mar
shall. Mrs. E. W. Davies. San Fran
cisco: H. P. Wellman. MellMjurne.
Australia: and H. L. Hemlrirks. Ilris.
: tol. Iowa.-
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Union Service.
On Sunday evening a union service
j will be held at the Central Union
I church in the interests of the Y. M. C.
LA HIES- SATIN 11KI.T lItSK.A1, SHIItT WAISTS.U MK.VS VYXIWaTT KITTINlS
srrroKTKns wU $ ni:i;lh;i:k .siiikts
15 Cents g 10 Centsa 75 Cents
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iOLD PLATKIi llKArTV,., ArK SATIN IMIUR .V. 1- 1 MEN'S ItAI.IUriiSflSAN VS
IMNS. i- p s. t j: v:,i 5 perweai:
10 Centsjj 1 Centa 25 Cents
If the alov ILMU5AIXS arc oll when you call there will lc inanv otl.c r
equally attractive.
A few eae.s of XEW OOODS have hecn oieiiel aul wc will oou cnuimenrc
opcniu?four ENTIRE NEW STOCK.
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