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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: iHNoLrLl OCTOP.KK
KAHULUi RAILWAY MANY BOERS DEAD THE ORPHEUn THEATRE TROPIC OIL By the Jolani" over a hundred barrels of this well-known oil. anl tkiw afloat over 200 more barrels; so we don't think we will run short of -oil during the coming sugar season. Tropic Oils for engine, cylinder. dyna OTo, car box, roller and all other lubricating purposes have not got their qual in this market. Our sales prove this, for from a small beginning we lliave worked up to an oil business that shows that the article used is all rrigbt. Get your season's supply from us. E. O. HALL & SON, LTD. READY ROCK ROOFING Best Roofing on Earth. f J1 1 pit g IT NOT EXPENSIVE; comes ready to lay; any workman can lay it; is ZlZkt; lniurance 50 per cent less than shingles on buildings covered -with it. 3fet affected by any climate. SEND FOR SAMPLE. Mawailan Trading o- Ltd. Office: Nos. 6 and 8 Love Building Fort St. TEL. 1132. Mosquitoline Will Drive Mosquitoes Away. B Cures the Bites! Brings Comfort! -OWLY AT nson, Smith & Co, The Hawaiian Commer cial Buys It. win t: Ban Under One M4Ctcnieot ler Wednesday rcxt-Mewsy Notes From Maul. imtinued from Pace l. h-arty were called ll;T repne. ofkkuki Tin:: it skuvhks. HALIFAX. O. t. Mt.4 U !):ir,'ft. of this ct:y an 1 Mi Kr.n of Truro. N. S.. haw oft-red t !.".; rv-iro.-s as nu;se. In the Canr.dian N'i'ih Afrb .in contingent. Till: tWNAWAN KO'ICK. OTTAWA. Ort. Colon'! CoV.. 30. 1; :i N.:v -n-1 chief staff ofr.cer. w.-nt to Montreal Cat rnorr.ir.g to Io.ik oer ii rvird'.nl m ami s what change are tKr-try in her Internal flttlt:s. Th" list of ot!aTs of t!;t- S ith Afri can contingent U still In.ompl.to Lieutenant OglUle. K.C.A.. h I p!aof Lieutenant Ka with the Nc-a Ilrunswick ontin-nt. Major Arnold of the Ninetb th. Win nipeg, has !i.-n definitely appointed to NEW TALENT JUST ARRIVED Cy the Australia for tho GRAND : OPENING : SATURDAY : NIGHT o ir H e ! afire... U.Nl. IlYIUiN ANl HAM. In V.i'ir .crMc Comply SX:h, "Tl." Ak.t poc.c.s - ami - 11 i:VAUt . la su Ojir rjl Slr-.ct. MA II. Oct. s, her 1st, tho Kahului Railroad Company will cease to b?, for tht Hawaiian Corn- ir.Tt ia! Company has ptirrh all ii? riKht, title ami intMVsi and afirr th first of Novt-mbr next rfprerk.ls Uit plantation and Kahnlnl Uailr-Ktd will he under one control. K. V. Kilh-r of the Snreckelsville plantation oilke will t'i7x A; ;- ar.r.-1 In llr.o:-;:-i f... MtMi:i.L ri:tSN PIUIYIT.-.-. In !IT OrJcir.il incr.c at. I Uixr.r.z .k.tih. "A Pria:.- !:h,a:-a:: succeed K..K. HerK as superintendent Mr. Iierg will so to Honolulu to accep: I complete the lit of oflu rrs of tli wl Th" TaVn:! Yi'ins ArrrN- .n Vih.ili: . . . MIL iJfV I.lViNCSTO.V. VII.I..U!. In Tt.T. fr- Ac l "it.'- i:r.iir.-r.t i:r.c. MIL HAMILTON 1HI.U a lucrative position. What th con sideration in the transfer was has not been made known. The .V-year lease ern company. Thf (JnviTiuiifiil has tfffrd to M:d five nienilters of the iHiMoffU r t r'pr- ! (on:inm! S;u?si ti the Cl.a:;;r; Contralto... miss i:thi:l iuxon. Th f IUc :is;e CVr.!urf jackson ih:ai:m:. A lh ltttri Cua firtn V.x . of lands to the railroad cump inv from hi,'nt ll,al 'I'T-artmcnt In tho Tr.invaa! the Hawaiian Commercial Company. . ft t f t ....t t.i .i . suouhi in' imperial auiuor:tus e h; to accept. The tontract for th arriac of mails has b'en award d acatn to the Khb-r Dempster Lin-. Duriiis tlx- winter of 1S.T Mr. Jame. Hi ed, olio of the lending citizens and j merchants of Clay, Clay Co.. W. V.i.. struck his I aninst a cake of Ice In 1 such ;i manner as to bruise It severe- ly. It became very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not j walk without the aid of crutches. He! va.4 treatd by physician?, ateo ued se veral kinds of liniments and twi and lidie ShlrtwaUt, at l.illeji Collar, at .... C.inshau;. al but nothing pave any relief until he bcK.ui tisliiR Chamberlain Pain Halm. This brotiKlit almost a complete cure? in a weeks tim and he believes that i had he not used this remrdy hl. Ice Fine Iwuj. al .. would have had to be nmnutited. Pain i !-"e Cut lain, at Ilalni Is unequaled for sprln. Ini!sc and rheumatism. Tor sale by all deal ers. IJcnron. Smith & Co.. Ltd.. nscntj for H. I. had but a short tirn? to run. which fact, it is probable, greatly intltienced the adinn ot the pontes of Jie y part. Now that the suit of its former presi dent against the Hawaiian Commercial Company has hern sett ted. the eoj poration nas an exit at tne va-snor". a landing, wharf, etc.. and the logical sequence to these financial events h a sieamsnii) line o: us own. e'.tncr u i.he eoas: or lo if .moiuiu or p -Hup; both. During tho evening of the -1th. afir two postponements the October Meet ing ot t lie Makawao literary .o.M;y vi.-n'i r n ,m ,k-i.nM,L-- iw.dto f te "lf Anxs of whisky In bathing It. several showers daring the early hour. of the evening lucre was a fairly good attendance. The following program was most pleasingly rendered: 1. Polka Caprice. Op. ..!: Lngiem.i.t. Mrs. Aiken and Miss Schwcizer. 2 Heading Selected Dr. K. C. Deck wb u. :Z. Farce Van Tassel Sutphen "Aid to the Injured" Misses Smith. Fleming. Schweizvr :nd Mr. W. K. Deckwith. 4. Quartette ,Itiling on a Load of " Hay" Mrs. Nicoll, Miss Steele. Messrs. Lind say and Baldwin. .". Vocal Soh "The Arnunvr's Song from Robin Hood" Mr. F. Carty. Monologue Tudjr Jenks "Ab- bie's Accounts" vMiss Schweizer. 7. Quartette "The Moon is IJrightly Heaming" Mis. Nicoll. Miss Steele. Messrs. Lind say and Baldwin. Refreshments. In the farce, the acting of Mr. Deck with as the doctor and the three young adies as nurses created much amuse ment. Miss Schweizer s renuenng ox the monologue. "Abbies Accounts. was especially pleasing to the ladies present. "Spanish Dince was played as an encore to the duet, and Mr. Carty sang a "Coon Song" when recalled. During the 23d. the Ham.ikMapnUo plantation kindergarten held its first session under tne cnarge ot .us.s Steele, formerly of Mnuaaolu Seminary. Ribbon s SALIZ and Laces AT THE n ji n tk i i mm TEMPLE OF FAS Next Monday. October 2$r1. wo will offer let cur customers, the enure stock ot Kil -bons and Laces, at very low prices. Kir. I line of Klbb-m. former iilce 2Z. r.-liud to Z-r rrr yssC Klr.-t line of Uicj. forni r uricv 1. rv and re!u4 to ,...!-r rr yxrC I-ndb It-dtH at S 10c rati; &c rxtb. ..... jjt.U for IUw ..... I af! lor 1LIO , iuir itico . It tot c Iidi lndrhlrtj. at A U-a'utlful chance to L-iy jcood at f ry low t Tcta$-lt cZ Ka!i!on. commnrlns tiel Mon!aj. 0ti!r I. isrt. 31. I.tr. Mjaacct. (healthful) V F003 J NOT UAOE BY THE TRUST. Carriage, Wagon and Truck REPAIRING, PAINTING. TRIMMING AND MANUFACTURING. Ot40 jf7- FINE HORSESHOEING a rla!ir Agency of the Rubber Tire Wheel Co. Hawaiian Carnage IVPrg quken sTi:i:in neak fokt. Co.. 9 LIMITED- Fort and Hotel Streets. ffiomiolulii Tobacco o., Ltd. IMPORTERS OF - HAVANA AND MANILA SMOKERS' ARTICLES. WhSteey & Marsh Fine Grades of Smoking Tobacco. Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. t2! 1 lsosnima. Tlie old gDvernniont s?hoo'. linildifi.uj tmrchascd by the plantation ro:nnan and moved to the position fornoTlv oecunied by th old tearhcr'.s -:i;ta3r serves as a school hou. The lViii plantation kindergarton opened during the lGth under the c harpo o( Miss 3Ios ser. assisted by Miss Mary Tilttn. Thi former plantation readinp room ami billiard hall has been transformed into a temple of learning. During the evening cf the His:, the teachers of Maunao'.u will give a "Hal lowe'en" party. Owing to rough weather very little fishing lias been done at Kahului r centlv. 'I lie heavy s:as have stirred up the sand loo much. I U. O. Hogg of Honolulu is reenvrrirv.; J slowly from his rheumatic attack at j H. I Baldwin's. Haiku. . I Miss Mattie Chamberliln of H u'.rt-! lulu is a guest of her niece. Mrs. W. j O. Aiken of Hamakuapoko. I KA1UH I-Kntcred. Oct. U.. tlio bark C. I). Bryant. Colly. IT days from Nanaimo with a coal cargo for Pioiuer Plantation. She is now discharging a: Kaanapali. Cleared. Oct. the bark entine. Ruth. Oleson. for Port Town send in ballast. The Claudine will probably tow her out this afternoon. Weather: Showers all the week, ag gregating a little more than an Inch. OF QMy (Sows o o o o HAT MANUFACTURER. CENTS' FURNISHINGS. KING ST;, Next to Castlo & Cooko. Hearaece Sale off 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. THOSE My Carta HAVE ARRIVED AT THE illy Furmitur e Sttoir e, H. H. WILL5AMS, Manager. Love Building, 534-536 Fort Sti TELEPHONE 45: RESIDENCE. 849. at nit: oii-:ka uolk. 31auy People Went t Hear Clay Clement in Hamlet. The announcement tha: Clay t'b. ment was to produce Ilamle;" ro;ip!fd with the fact of the performance b.'ln-i the last of the season was a sutlb ien: inducement to ensure a very fair zl audience at the Onera House on Satur- day evening. In his interpretation of the immortal1 bard's most famous creation. Clay (.'!- ment adds one more to the Ions lis; 1 . 1- - !. (f tJeviations irom wna; we iinc nr i taught to accept as orthodox. Cl ment's conception of Hamle; i that h was a young man bright and full of spirit, but overshadowed by a nurbld brooding over the death of his father :md with a determination to sift to it end. without regard to consequent . the mystery surrounding it. and in the prosecution of his life's work. as.ini" the guise of insanity. . . - ...... . l. : . t. .... t .. t . Ir rom luis M.uniinnu iiirn. v i- ment views the character f Hamlet and presents a masterly study through out. His elocution at all times but especially in the grand soliloquies was at once clear and impressive, and de noted the earnest student. Mrs. Clement was most pleasing as Ophelia, the flower scene being worth of especial note and Miss Marshall as the queen deserves a high mark of commendation. lawks uinnni) vcsts 5 Cents lawks whiti: mnni:n VKSTS. Tape Trlmnml 10 Cents LAWKS WIIITi: IIHUIKI) VKST.-. Hish NVvk. 5atln nibj 20 Cents LAWKS WIIITK UIimKIl VKSTS. lw NerS:. Silk Tr!mmd and Tap. Pink and Light Illu 25 Cents MKN'S SIL'C STItlPK SHIRTS and ItALimiGCAX DILWV . KItS 25 Cents mkns ilM)ovi srritipi: SI I HITS and WtAWHILS.... 25 Cents MKN'S PLAIN UAt.MttCttAN SI I HITS aa! WIAWKILS 25 Cents MKN'S C01)!tKH KGYITIAN ltALimir.OAN SlllllTS aai WtAWKILS 40 Cents MKN'S KXTRA Q I." A I.I TV n n o w n n Lit iti nrt n SlllllTS ar. I WLW.-KHS 50 Cents MKN'S FUPKIiriNK LTSLK SlllllTS ... wiiitj: 50 Cents If t lie ;tlov UAliiiAlXS are miM when yon rail tliero will In mntiy cithers equally attractive. V few ra-e of XKYV VtOODS have been nMnel nuI we will mkhi commence opening our EXTIKE NEW .STOCK.