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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, November 11, 1899, Image 10

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TtHB KIND YOU HAVE ALWAYS
cusht has borne the signature of the
"Western Chemical Co. of Chicago, 111.,
Sox years. Allow no one to deceive you
irith counterfeits Imitations and "just
m goods" are but experiments, and en
danger the health of children.
What h Laxatine?
IkAXATINE IS NOTHING BUT THE
FINEST CASTOR OIL, with its objec
tionable taste removed by our new
process LAXATINE is as pleasant to
Ukc honey. Children like It. No
trouble to get them to take It. It con
tains neither opium, morphine, nor
otkr narcotic substances. It relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation
&d flatulency; it assimilates the food,
regulates the stomach and bowels, giv
l healthy and natural sleep. The
Children's Panacea the Mothers'
Friend.
Prepared only by the Western
Oiremical Co., Chicago, Ills.
GONSALVES&CO.
LIMXTJi3D.
Sole Agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
NEW BOOKJBULLETIN
Golden Rule Bazaar, Fort St.
"Tke Man With the Hoe," and other
poems, by Edwin Markham.
"David Harum," Dy Westcott.
Richard Carvel," by Churchill.
"Stalky & Co.," by Kipling.
"When Knighthood Was in Flower,"
by E. Caskoden.
-Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam."
"Enchanted India," by Prince Rojidar
Karageorgevltch.
MTfce Professor's Daughter," by Anna
Farquhar.
"A Dash for a Throne," by A. W.
Marchmont.
"The War With Spain," by Henry Ca
bot Lodge.
"The Prince of Georgia," by Julian
Ralph.
"The Lion and the Unicorn," by Rich
ard Harding Davis.
"In the Forbidden Land," by Savage
Landor.
"Through Asia," by Dr. Heddin.
"Mr. Milo Bush and Other Worthies,"
ty Hayden Carruth.
'Oae Poor Scruple," by Mrs. Wilfred
Ward.
"The Gulistan Being the Rose Garden
of Shaikh Sa'di."
"When the Sleeper Wakes," by II. G.
Wells, 111.
And Hundreds of Other Equally as
Good Books.
Books Sold at Publishers' Prices.
TO OUR
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-Have you tried any of thoet
-CHOCOLATE or COCOANU1
-(fresh) cakes from the German
-Bakery? They are only 25 and
-50c each and pronounced delic--ious
by those who have tried
-them. Order one for your Sun--day
'dinner. We also have a
-sponge cako which we sell foi
-the moderate sum of five centt
-each.
-THE GERMAN BAKERY,
833 Fort Street.,
-Headquarters for genuine ginger
-snaps, sugar cookies, etc.
-Telephone 677.
DimoND & co's fliuwR !N LUCK
Mise
It
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71
f l ? c 5 S i Li
u u j r -.
hing
Columbia Captain Comes
Into a Fortune
rim
Goods
Department.
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SOME OF OUR REGULAR PRICES:
Kitchen Knives 5c
Egg Beaters 10c
Wooden Spoons 5c
Tea Strainers Gc
Kitchen Strainers 10c
Sink Scrubs 5c
Bottle Brushes 10c
Wire Toasters 10c
Potato Mashers 10c
Chimney Cleaners 10c
Vegetable Graters 10c
Whisk Brooms 10c
Now Hs S400.000-Srouuht
the Hoodoo Ship to This Port.
Was A. ways a Calm Man.
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If
ill
L.1M1TED.
IMPORTERS OF
bTGCkery end H use Furmsliirio Goods
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SOLE AGENTS
JEWEL STOVES, Coal or Wood;
GUERNEY CLEANABLE REFRIGER
ATORS, STANDARD WICKLESS
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES, PRIMUS
STOVES....
REED & BARTON'S PLATED
STERLING SILVER WARE.
AND
OO-
Merchant street entrance next to the
Postofflce through our Arcade.
"See Oiiir
fVlarksrnao
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Captain Walter Milnor, who brought
the hard-luck steamer Columbia from
Seattle to this port and who had con
siderable trouble ne way and another
with his charge and the crew and cer
tain of the passengers, is the only per
son in any way touching the vessel to
escape the "hoodoo."
Captain Milnor a lew week.- ago fell
into $400,000 and Is now one of th big
men of the Sound country. He makes
the fashions in Seattle and moat of th
stores of the place remain closed till he
comes down in the morning.
It was brought out in one of the nu
merous Columbia lawsuits hert that
for many months prior to re entering
the sailor business, Milnor was a wa
terfront reporter for one of the Seattle
papers at a very moderate salary. He
was a bright chap with a remarkable
capacity for looking wise and saying
little. Somehow he managed to be
come a power with the Inspection
Board that was passing on the sea
worthiness and engine plants of ves
sels of the numerous fleets entering the
Klondike trade during tho days of the
stampede to the gold fields of the
frozen eldorado. Milnor turned this
position to such oenefit for himself that
without any particular claim to uch
distinction he was called to the com
mand of the magnificent steamship Ari
zona, now the Hancock, one of the two
finest transports atloat. ami at one
time a record-holder on the Western
ocean. He had hi Hag up on the Ari
zona just about four hours. It devel
oped that he was guilty of an astonUh-
ng error of judgment.but he scented a
better thing as master of the Colum
bia, which was advertised to become a
great earner as a liner between the
Sound cities and these Islands. It Is
more than likely that the prospect was
rather alluring. At any rate. Milnor
ousted one of the Colgrove boy3 and
became captain of the Columbia and
the big man afloat for the new com
pany.
Milnor was in Honolulu for weeks
and weeks. Once he started for Seat
tle from Hllo with the Columbia, but
struck a blow and came back with a
irst-class yarn of the deep peril. It
was noted of the man tnat nothing
could disturb him. Every hour on the
Columbia or ashore in this-country was
one of trouble and worry, but Milnor
was always dignified, self-contained
and apparently wholly confident. On
one trip between Hilo and this port
some of the crew oi passengers secured
his photograph, painted a hangman's
noose around the neck and put the pic
ture on the captain's door. Milnor
smiled the same as he did when under
the cross-fire of attorney questioning
in the courts hero for a couple of
months. Nothing ruffled him. He can
not possibly have a more dignified
bearing as the possessor of $10000
than he had whn stranded on the
bench in Hawaii nei.
JAS. MORGAN
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Queen Street.
JUST HRRIVBD:
AT II. MAY Sz CO'S.
By the Australia:
P.
.n:
5 :4
; twin mans s.u.f: or
TAT!!.
WheN a. by an '.fder made by Hon.
A. Perry. Judgn of tho Circuit Court.
First Circuit, on 13th day of Sn-
i :rmbr. 10?. tho undr!i:nrl Kuar-
dlan of the property of KdwaM Viv
ian. Thomas Kverctt and Lucy Kawat
olohl.i, minor children of (corg j;.
Richardson, lata of Wailuku. Miul.
was licensed to !! at public auction
th ril citato hereinafter describe.
Notice U hereby trcn that thi said
real estate will l offered for a!e at
public auction at the KitcjrooBi of
Jam I. Morgan, in Honolulu, on
SATTIUJAY. OCTOIIKR 21. 10.
AT 12 0'CIX)CK NOON.
Thf property o be b!d coujIjw of
that parcel of land iituit? at maid Wat
luku. occupied ly ild ;eirgo IZ.
Illchard.on. during Lis lifvllm. a a
family residence, nn.l boundcl and de
scribed as follows:
Hcglnnlng at tho south corner ad
joining th main mad from Wal!uku
to Walkapti. and running:
N. r.3U K. U5 chains along land here
tofore belonging to tho Waikap-i
Plantation: Micnco
N. 2U W. 1.57 chain a!or.; lane-
j viuim citANiu:iu;i!.
I Apri.i. i.i:mon..
j IWNCY NAVAI. OltANCn..
PKACHl. PI.VMS CILP.
Ac! All Othtr Kixk In Jv-owa on ibe
Coait;
rilll! CKMIUY. CAULirLOWnit.
AUTICHOKC. UHUDAItlt.
He Makes
Bulls Eyes
Everytime
WITH HIS
KING AIR GUN
Single Shot
$1.25.
Magazine
$1.75.
The purchase of
Cleveland
Bicycle
will prevent any mis
take in the choice of
your Automobile. The
game popular prices
prevail.
HOjSOJLULU BIKE CO
JUST ARRIVED
New Importation of
SILK GOODS, in the piece; SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK SHAWLS,
DECORATED FLOWER POTS, NEW
RCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS,
AND DINNER SETS, CARVED
RATTAN CHAIRS, CARVED
4WOOD BOXES.
"OODS ARE THE HAND
TN ALL HONOLULU.
'ST
CHAN & CO.
miu Street.
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ns.
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EHLERS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
It. A. DEXTER, Manager.
Civil Service Rules
IN OUR RESTAURANT.
ford. land; thrnco
NT W. 3.25 chains alor. Linf;torrn
land; thenco
1 V. H.2t chalnH nlons ail main
road tn point of beginning, nnl
rontalnln an area of l.SS .urcn;
ami licing tho &amn prcmUc.t
Kcrl!cl in dcM Ironi V. C. Parke,
nsslsntf of Ihc estate of AlU?rt
Harncs. n bankrupt, to nanl Gcori:
IZ. HichardAon. dated March 17,
1$S7, and recorded In tho UesUtry
of DU In raid Honolulu, in I.l
lxr lu.l. Pases 205 and -J.
Terms tah: decj at rxpense of pur
chaser, and nale rubject to confirma-
ticiii by the court.
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
ftuardtan.
Honolulu. SpL 23, 1SD.
Tho nbov lc h.iM ln potpncd
till Novrmlwr 13 12 o'clock noon.
Auction Sale
or
II
IS.
IMS Of II SKI!!.
oo
ON : ATi:i:I)A, NOV.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At iay calciTooni. 33 Qtie-n strc-!. I
will sll at Publ'c Anrtion. by order
of the Treasurer, Mr. J. P. oofce. err
tain ilnUnqMnt share of : icHk la th.
kuii:i
plantation company.
If the delinquent ns". lent, with in
terest thereon. In not paid lMfore the
above date.
Kt'TAllACO..
riuii ni:i:p.i: hass.
r::?r.KN ovsnnis.
.j:o::i:ti salmon ami iiauhut.
cui:am cin:ii: iia fi).
RIll'KHNARKN-S HON-KINS,
AN! MA1lSHMALlJOW.
t;ici: ruriT5. srfrmn ruuNint.
DIEHiRY MAY&COo LTD).
2BIG stres--2
7 ri .
WATERIIOUSD STORE
Bethel Street.
Tolophonn a.
iHcIOTRE STORE
Corner Kin; and Fort Sis.
T lophonn SB.
FOR SALE.
Tf a ft 12 . . ... mm. I 3 . I l. f-.
mAW 9 wmiww- m -m, v Wmi m. m.
L'VERY.
WITT.
ON COMMISSION
Anything and cvcr3lh:n :n our line.
FORT STREET.
Go
Everybody has their hour of trou
ble.
Dut people havinj; any irritation o
the skin.
Have many hours of trouble.
Nothing so annoying, nothing
irritating.
It is a hard and trying position.
Lieave it alone and you can hardly
bear the misery.
Relief and cure have come at last,
lelbourne has put it to the test.
Doan's Ointment cures every form
of skin irritation.
People at home arc learning that this
is so.
Here is proof in a statement:
Mr. William Preston has been a resl
A m W m m
ueit oi ictona ior over nan a cen
tury and therefore will be known to
many of our readers. .lr. Presloa 1
at present residing at No. t'.S Argyle
St.. St. Kilda. He says: "For some
considerable time I have been trou
bled with Eczema on my legs. The
irritation at times was very great es
pecially at night, and it caused me
considerable annoyance. I obtained a
pot of Doan's Ointment and I mu.t
say that it allayed the irritation almost
luimeuiaieiy. io:iu s u;iiuiu-:ii is
Kor list see pas-5 12.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
It has to. Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our quests. Our chef
is unrivaled in preparation of
dainty and appetizing dishes.
Everything is scrupulously clean,
everything as comfortable ns we
can make it. And the prices are
alwavs in reason.
Home
THE BEST MEAL CAFE.
Bakery Cafe
!i v n
o0t
A -
Of . ,
Of,
A. M. HEWETT,
M Clerk and Stevedore.
"JABLE AGAIN OX DECK,
old
RNE PREMISES.
Mdated Soda Works.
Residence Sites
AT MANOA
FOR SHLE.
oto
HAVING PURCHASED A TRACT
of tho finest lantl In M.inoi for real
dence sJtca, I tvlll now receive appl!
ratlocs from pan lea U.lrlnf; to pur
chase.
These loti nro lmmcllately In front
of the residence of II. IZ. Cooper. Eaq..
and commnnd a grand view of M.moa
Valley and the picturesque cotintry to
Diamond Head
There are 10 lots In 2 crls. 5 front
ing on the west, or main, Mano toad.
and 5 facing on Llholiho street.
The lots are each 100 fert wide and
rom 1C0 to 2SS feet deep. Government
. . - .... Iwnfor mn n laid nwt lh intji on vt
a cooa remedy ana l c:m nigniy rec .. " " "
Early nppllcatlonii n.?ce.ar. Map
of the property and all Information In
in all!
plies.
omraend it for Eczema."
Doan's Ointment is splendid
tlisoases of tho skin, eczema.
hives, insect bites, sores, chilblains, re-ard to terns of rtirchas. eic.
etc. It is perfectly safe and very cf-l111 o-1-
fective. Terms One-third cash, balance
Very frequently two or three boxes one and two years at 6 pr cvnt-
havo. made a complete cure of chronlil Early application necesary.
cases tnat nave not yieuiea to otner
remelics for years.
Ioans Ointment is sold by all
chemists and storekeepers at i0 ceat3
per box (six boxes $2.50) or will be
mailed on receipt of price by tho Ho!-
lister Drnt; Co.. Asnts for i.io llawal
lan Islands.
it
In
JAS. F. MORGAN.
For Sale:
. .I,,,, rr'y-j r
OF
Keeps constantly on band in bis corrals
A LARGE STOCK
Fine Young, Strong, Imported Mules
(BhOKEN AND UNBROKEN.)
Also, Handsome Baggy and Draft Horses.
tcr I'kicks it j: a sox a 1 1 l k.
Island Orders Promptly Attended Jo.
K.litor Pacilic Commercial Ailverti- IfjlltP f flY P
er: I wish to surest to the Minister iLUliULL Ull I I
of the Interior or to the Ilureau
of Agriculture that labels be at
tached to trees and plants in
the grounds of the Executive building.
Also to yourself to in It be known that
In this surpassingly beautiful little
park may be sen camphor, rubber and
other rare trees bpsldes much plant
life that is tropical and unusual and
interesting.
A SOJOURNER.
I
That rarcel tosd a tbc southeast!
corner of Hcretanla and MUIr atreeui. i
The property baa a frontage of CI
feet on Derctanla and 03 feet os Miller
street.
Area 4,700 square feet.
There are two cottage on the prop-!
erty, one of which Is now rented forj
25 per month. :
Plantation Owners,
Managers, Agents,
And Buyers. . - . .
PATUOXI.K IIOMK IXDUSTKV, r.J
nf . ii'Iiii alipul fir Ilarrn- With a!'!l itnpmvc
mcnt. to mv MAXUFACTUUING DKPAKTMENT
ami Hrvct irnjrlaUon if mat Hal, I am nw rirrranol
in mijj1v PlantrT anl Apnl. with any atiu'tir.t anJ
i!ccri:i"iti ff WOIHC IIAUXIvSS, r urt tlicrcof,
at litiris t!.at will r.::iun; f.w,raM" with CC)AST
PKICKS. .m l tho atnit:m of a FAR I5KTTKK
WKAKINCt AUTICI.IC
A full lit - of CAi:i:i.r;iu HAUNICSS, STA-
r.i.K avA Hoi:i: coods.
Maij.1 ro',r. ll:OMlTI.V atal SATI.SFAC
TOKiLV fillr.1.
The Y. M. C. A. Junior membeis on-
joyed an outing on Tantalus yesterday
under the charge of Mr. Coats.
For further particulars and terms ap
ply to
JAS. F. MORGAN.
C. R. COLLINS
TELEPHONE 56I. mm
I P. O. 10X 507.
ESTABLISHED
KING
1391.
ST. near NUUANU ST
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