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THK PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AnVKKllSKU: lloNoLI'Lt:. NOVEMHKU
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FROM THE
Work-bench
TO THE
Office
Jewelry
f AND -
Silverware
Business,
From the lowest rung of the
ladder up, enabhs U3 to con
duct our business intelligent
ly. We know fine goods from
inferior, and carefully avoid
the latter. We know how to
buy the result of experience,
and carry in stock today a
large collection of everything
pertaining to our business.
We are ready for the holi
days with a store full of good:?.
Articles from 25 cents up to
$.500.00.
The range is fo great and
the goods so varied, we are
sure to have something to
please you.
Our little Booklet, yours for
the asking, is helpful brim
full of ideas.
FORT STREET.
Real Estate
For Sale.
DELIGHTFUL HOME WITH MOD
ern appliances on WAIKIKI BEACH
ROAD; healthy location; fine view,
well improved; elevated grounds;
large barn and carriage house; in easy
reach of tramcar.
Apply at
P. E. R. STRAUCH,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Corner Bethel and King Streets.
F. W. MAKINNEY.
SEACHER OF RECORDS.
Office: Opposite W. G. IRWIN & CO.
ABSTRACTS AND CERTIFICATES
OF TITLE CAREFULLY PREPARED.
MONEY TO LOAN
TATE SECURITY".
ON REAL ES-
American
Messenger
Service.
MASONIC TEMPLE.
Cor. Hotel and Alakea Streets. Telephone 444.
AT
MART'S
404X FOKT 81
JEWELER.
a. i mm,
Souvenir
Jewelry
Consolii soda Water I'oiks Go.
LITMITED
Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts.
JtOLLISTER ft CO., AGENTS.
Good
To know about your food is
it's purity. No one can ati'ord
to overlook this important
thing in beverage. People
who know, say that women
and children can use and be
sure of it's absolutely purity
mild and delicious
RAINIER
BEER
It's ideal for home use a trial
convinces. .'
Estate
FOR SALE.
3. Lots in different parts of
walo Tract.
5. Two homes at Kewalo.
6. Long leasehold at Kakaako
with fine returns; near new foun
dry. 7. A few more lots of all sizes It
different parts of the most desir
able locations of Kalihl, with good
views, macadamized streets, and
water supply from city. Thest
lots I will sell at your own terms
8. Two more large choice lots at
Kalihi; Ewa side D. D. Myeri,
Esq., commanding an unsurpassed
view; on fine street, with city wa
ter supply.
10. Fine house; corner lot, 91i
125, at Punahou; terms easy.
11. Three-fourths of an acre house
lot at Kamoiliili.
A nice clean lot, 150x230, at Ka
lihi ready for building.
HSUTOD
STOCKS BONDS
Will buy or sell ouright city and
suburban real estate
-APPLY TO-
J. H.'SCHNACK,
Dealer in REAL ESTATE and
STOCK BROKER.
223 MERCHANT STREET.
P. O. BOX 104.
HUSTACE & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Wood and Coal
ALSO
Vhite and rtlack Sand
Which we will sell at the very lewest
market rates.
Telephone No. 414.
Occupy the proudest position of . all
pianos of the world
BECAUSE they stand today the rec-
ognized representative of the highest
development in artistic and scientific
piano-building. ,
Their position was not gained and is
not maintained by purchased influence.
THE
Bergstrom Music Co.,
SOLE AGENTS.
Progress Block. Fort Street.
New bill'at the Orpheum tonight.
.R.C3LJ.
ARE IN DISTRESS
Filipino Villagers Strand
ed at San Francisco
Rach th Coast from Omiln-bay
They Wtro Not f'u'tl for Srvlc
Home on U.S A. Transports
SAN FRANCISCO. O !. 27. Four
teen belated Filipinos re -ut m to
the Presidio yesterday to rind quarter
in the casual camp until tin tloxfrn
ment ran send th'.m hor." on ! of
the transports.
The Filipinos .vert mr.:ber of the
troupe of singers ihat wa exhibited at
the Omaha Exposition. They say that
their contract was that thev . r to
have all their ex; n?s JhiIJ. and .nni-1 Sur m v.t.i! ti..t.:l. .iit. n.t:tS 1 t?"
of them were to rccclvn " a month inHoll.inl tnip.ii t h.'.i rr tri'n-
addition. They dcl.ir that they haed
received nothing for tv.-rj month.", how
ever, and that thy ar in l'?s:ltu: cir
cumstances. Thev rv.c!:td hr last
Monday, and since ilim th'.y hav iwvn
living anywhere thy could. Sitn
friends gave some of thTu th u of
two empty rooms, but :Ly could not
be provided for all th time, mi (In-
eral Shaftr wa app-ab 1 to. had
them sent out to th- camp, and tin-re
they will stay until they ran lf taken
home. More of th-ci will drift in from
Omaha in the next few days, for there
wer iorty . in l';e trouie, ami tuey
have been scatter ?1 all tue way trom
Omaha to this ci:. They ha no
friends and cannot make any lighl for
the money they ay is due them. m
they were in danger of Incoming pub
lie charges when Ueneral fnafter mad
them wards of th army.
A few of them have thowti a tlesire
to remain in this country if they ran
find work, but it i not likely they will
be allowed to do so. The understand
ing was that when th-y had finished
their exhibiting they Fhoubl ! re
turned to the isl indn by the exposi
tion people; otherwise it is doubtful If
they would have bc;n allowed admis
sion. X
The "Midway" Filipinos were a care
less, improvident lot. They wete
"shipped" at from $1 to " a month
(Mexiconl. What money the people
managed to get from the company was
spent at ome for tin types and ice
cream. The Filipino village was neat
ly laid out and elaborately furnished.
There was a theater and or. of the best
things produced a a Filipino com
eb. It was so on:br that it created
panuky hilarity. The t)iov had a pair
of caribou and on did same remark
able diving In the lagoon on the prem
ises, but, with it lider, wtruck when
the water became cold.
Till: OPKKA CCIMPANV.
Good Things at llaiid and 'I hut
arc to Come Soon.
There i r.o seen- in dramatl.- art
ihal refiuirs more nicety and delb-acr
than the dumbing 'vne in Tra D:a
volo. One uncon$cioi :ut. the .-d full
est move from th carefully Iii.l ieit
conception and the en-: is lost Irre
parably and irretrievably. The situa
tion i.s a most delic t: e ne nd reiilre.
the true artb
wlt.ii the noblest in-1
stincts to make it a sin . MIsh S:.m
ton has achieved tht most plow liiK en
comium for the careful manner which
she plays the situation, never allowing
the slightest succt ion to show Itself
In the seenilnsly perilous act. She will
sinj? the p:rt of Zerlinn in the dliuhl
ful manner that has markeil her per
formances up to d.itf. Mr. Henry Hal
lam will asain. like Izi ?1arltana. sivr
a jrrand renderiasr f The ttandit Kins.
Fra Diavolo. It pnit Just flf.rf
to this sintT's pry. ability :! a:,
actor an' thai he wil le th l-'-'i.
hero robber groes vi:t i saylnu. T'i
balance of th company, includir.p
Messrs. Henderon. Kuak!?. Ua.Uwell.
RoRers and Misses Lkly and McNeil
will be in the ca.-t. The introduciion
of the sexiette frm I.
moor will be an evt"
by the principal?.
T'.ie sal f T. .
i narticu-rly ...rv
inteii.-i is '. ''ia. .:
onera ni:h:. v-:.
via d? i.ammer -
..in ih "M
:. id Thursday
Th greatest
1 '!i the .urand
!a; ha Is to I'
protlucel. lr.tr vl,: ::.t: tu srand opera
soprano. Nellie .Ulvr.v. This lady Is
the possessor of a voire of the r.irent a YOUNO LADY OF GOOD EUU
quality and will i:nout doubt captl- cation will take pupils for a select pri
vate the music lover of the city. On mary school; terms reasonable. Ap
Saturday matine "The Pirates of ply at cottage opposite Orpheurn The
Penzunte. on Satiinlay nisht. another ater. Fort street, between 0 and 12
side splitter Olivette." The repT -
-
toire for week of November 14 will b
as follows: Tuesday. -.Mikado;" Thurs
day. "II Trovatore:" Saturday matinee.
"Pinafore:"' Sa:ur!.y nicht. "T.i IJ-lb
He'.ene."
HAKl'KH-V.'CUiRK.
NEW YOItK. O t.. 2'.. At th.- oio
?)f Harper P.rothers today it w.ts le
nied that the alliance with Poubbd.iy
& McClure nas i-n n a r vvm;un 1:1
h( oMer house. it w;:s admiit.tl. how-
I over, that Mrs. Marp.rtt Sarmster had
retired from the editorship of Harper".-
H i7ir hr s'.iiTt'.sur b-insr J. A. S .i rs.
mm . m m - - - -
The change took p!;t e July Is:. Th
Round Table, a. pap. r for bn . !ti'!
never btn pro:ita.ji'. arl !:;; '
it was determined : sr.-pnd ' pab'?
eation and in i :'! i--!; a
monthly macazin. T? .e ' l
Franklin Square, .y.ir ;h ..!.' rh:p
of Albert l.ee. S!l! .nth'r llarp- r
McCIure macazine -.V.!! b ls l. th
James Kinley as ditor. il nr I. :nN
Nelson ret lied from i.TVntorsh':
the Weekly a bo.:: Jaly Hcnrv I
Paine is r.ov editor.
When the Harpr-McClure alliance
J' .mr.our.ee! t: j tafTrc! tha: the
;Mlir- ornpan v..i to ! u!i;!-J
by :h !!! :
flare and :
the ! r:tr -
r:.
: i. II f r. Mr. Mc-
ut!-! iy t.i : le
In .Ii;ei a-
srr.M ai.in;:
washlv.; ; . :
r:::ri:i.i ir
i
! i ; w
:n.::' t ?h.. i.a.
K.pr- ... v. '! .
' t' W'.r," I'm
: :i Waviir.i:: i ;i
Va. I:i thJy w i:
.i:ii rim.- vtil". i
pr.u:!ral a Ji.-r pn.-r in ?.-
hvin4 .i r:f-i r:- i .
ti::.i.- i!ii:,:ir;
t th w,rklns of th !- f.r-
til-
test u :ie:i M f.r.
b
The ten: vk: i. held at 1.k :ib ...y.
The proicrarnni" w ill n'. .f i i:
ani a ne. i he im,i; vkiu n ir. r
wat r for nni mib and :h ?i omo up
fill ber.i:Ji:i. She will ,ji;n V,i'
atol : r i I :itn:hT tu1!' '.ibi: r c -4
At the nl of the 5er.;r.d fllle th rif.
will rl? to the :t-f.r, !; It.in-e
I Whtleheid torp d i at a l.ircct. S
will thn dive Immediately and pr v--
und-r water for h.i'.f a :nlb or :n ;e
r.M'AI. PMLKtlATK.
WASHINGTON. Oct. - Ar hhbdi
op Chapelle. papal deb Cite to the Phil
ippines, who ,! at the War Depart
ment Jod.iy. ld teg.irdit)4 the reten
tion of the I'hililV'ine:
"America should hold ihem i.th-r
tliau some other jmut. We h.je a
large Pacific coast, therefore ue should
bae sir.itele Nisillons In the Pacific.
The islands are very aluable com
mercially and auive nil thing they
furnish the key to the trade with Chi
na. I firmly favor their retcntlcn by
the I'nlted States; their retention per
manently If that shall proe to the
!est advice to h derived from future
events. They shoald 1h ours iitt
moral, legal, commercial. s-lolnj;ical
and rellgioti.4 unwind."
An Opportunity
To Purchase a
MARINE VIEW
COTTAGE
FOR SALE!
THAT COSY COTTAOi: ANI IXiT
on Thurston avenue, adjolnlnj; the
new residence of Hon. 11. C. Atmln and
adjacent to the new palatial rcsldrnrc
of Hon. Y. (. Ashley and upon the
heights controlling an unobstructed
panoramic view of tha ocean. Size of
lot JO x 2 00. from street to street. Mut
be seen to be appreciated.
For further particulars apply to
WILL E. FISHER,
Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer.
Corner Fort and Merchant Sis.
STEIiOGRAPHY.
i rM ntvpv itv a rf.?itTti.f-
cated member of the London Phonetic
society, pupiu please make early ap
plication to 3 IS Ikrctanla street, cor
ner Punchbowl, between 7 and S p. m.
PUPILS WANTED.
1 a. m.
NOTICE
the woiik fou the novi:mih:i:
exhibit of the Kilohana Art l.e-i2i;r will
be received November lv V.irnl.-h
Day Is November Th ;t Vi a
Ileceptlon November 27. .- J
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.
112 HOTEL STREET.
K.l. C.l..n.SHi:.. I.KIS. NA
TIVE HATS. I1TI.A SKIItTS. Nll-
HAIT MATS. FANS. SHKLLS. SIICDS
I I.'c.
lia'nd!1 wcphvS!1, c,,n!,,:,ns,3r ,,n
REMOVAL NOTICE.
.. SOMNA HAS Itr.MtiVKU HIS
IJarl er Simp frrm il. t rHnni b"- '
to o:i do'jr b-bi-.v tl.- Mrtt ;cr
Store. Fort trrt. and ill ; il
t nifcl hi? friet;.! ar.d pitra. at hN
r.ew parlors.
LEYERS & COQKE.
iporteri and Dealers in Lumber and
Dulldlnc Materia!. OSce
4II Fort St.
. -.7 - -
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htu..rMi(. , ...
I.IM1S HI !. IVMtllA
TV. !l r ll .aw 4 lU
1 ht.iiitt I - U 'm mC J
f Viu4 l-m t Vlf tiiMilku
Tuesday. November 7
. . . VUA DIAVOLO.
Uontantlc ar.d tr.i!c.
Thursdof. November O,
I
riAKTItA.i
tlrar.d Ofra. J
Clearance
3
OF OUR PRESENT STOCK OF
1L
VU
.Mum h.tw i.m.iu for tin- I.M.Mi:Xi: SUIP.MKNT In :ini?
Hi slid. I. SUM-kr! ;ii:1 W. II. Iiimnn!.
'. ft y t liiit iriltu rl in m:i
ti fnuiili i.tir Imir.i with
SALE OWE
mm
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Progress Block. Fort St.
S. J. SALTER,
Orpheum Block,
Fort
Grocery and Provision Dealer
Afeat for Burpee's Flower izi Ye&UHe St els,
the Eest and Oa!j Suds lilt Grov.
NEW GOS2
Ni:v Wiilniil. Aliuoiiils.
I'i;!!:. Kti:. .
Aritit, lVum-. Aj!f.
Ial.i'rrir. Ii!itak
lirri. IVar.
St iir Till I'ruit.
We Buy for Cish
0-r er;;c:;ses zrz !hc lowest In
T!. :-.'..!- n alTrl to f'.l 2. : r.l c!.j;.'.r lli-a acy ctltr
!! r.' 1 Y)t thir.k it -a :.:: :i zZc ia crcry 2ol-
! r: t',ir i a . r. S .u ur.l f.r I ih lr o-n tcr i4,.srcit.
rnn:s. riiAins. in xiits-stri ni ... s u- t .: rLa!:,, cv: cs &!
!r :a rl..r.M. ' : -tra hlch uk ttlr.ir iliin, Jl:: trcrc irizs tatl
xz'. r.!y !"".-": tp rjjat:re frcrj z up; m.r No. 1 mod :titi:i. m'Jc
; . i v.imti .ti. ! orKrn.ir!;!p. ..t K.. : !b- errant larca;a l !-oa;
i. ilr rr.Attr' ' t't 110: La'r ;.;::-. Il lT..
P.OOK ni:PAUTMi:T. WV run a circtUtim library, thar're ccly Sc
f..r bum tf v.h !-. Frrh h:pr-?i: tciird rtty &il; .! the
:a?. ltrd r.nthorjt. txnrl.jt t.f adreaturc. tratej. etc. llx't; ato c yr cl3
!.-: ri:i bur tVn or exchir.rc f-.r r.ea-.
OITICAI. IK! HTM UNT. Sp tide .f a:i v:d U ;t la .tok to rUt
vrynr.. from th rhooUxiy to th old craadfathf r. tmtx ZZ-c cp. A fool
L.. S. MATHEWS & FrRxnrRE Dealtm.
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AMI MHMlMM i;.
1 mtm It l'-tl. t.-j I
l f. m- . ki,t .m I .
4 li 4e vA. I. ,
Snturdajr Matinee Nov. II
PIralcs of Flounce.
Cailc
Snturday Klcht, Nov. I
.... oi.ivi.Tin.
ITUtE.
ltiu. IIin an oiot1tinitj
lati-t !ein:it very little covl.
WEEK ONLY.
Street.
Tolophono 680.
! Siitz;iilMy A li !;
S.iritna Chip. UivakfaM.
(Vic.i!fif all kinls.
We Sell for Cash.
town. Our proms are the lowest
Sale
FDRNITDRE
GOUPA Y
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