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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, September 21, 1900, Image 10

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33 Queen Street.
P. 0. Box b94. Telephone 72.
OF UR GREAT
Bargain
SALE!
DELEGATES FROM ISLANDS
Reunion of the Clans Arranged Sun
day Morning Interesting
Program.
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DA AU .MR ALIA,
LADIES:
Please remember this excep
tional opportunity of securing bar
gains at less than original cost,
will only continue FOR A FEW
MORE DAYS.
Our only
this sale was
object for holding
to make room for
JTEW STOCK now being purchased
by MR. KERR and his assistant
buyers, in New York. We have
accomplished this beyond our
fondest hope.
WE HAVE
A FEW BARGAINS
In each department yet and
in order to close out all odds lines
in the next few days, we are
gmng to offer these at prices lower
than ever.
Great times are promised by the Sal
vation Army people for the coming
week. The program of their sixth ai.ru
versary conference and demonstration
is out. The gathering of the c'.ans Will
first take place on Saturday, when the
steamers will bring the delegates from
the different Islands. Among those ex
pected are the following Ensign Lydla
Allemann and Lieutenant Elsie Alle
mann, of Hilo; Captain Bamberry and
Lieutenant McLeod, from Wailuku,
Maul; Adjutant Sharpe and Captain
Jensen of Walmea, Kauai, and Captain
Lewis, of Koloa, Kauai.
Major and Mrs. Wood are in charge
of the arrangements and meetings, and
they will be ably assisted by Captains
Matthis and Milis, and Lieutenant El
liott, who commands the Honolulu
corps; also, by Captain and Mrs. Gil
lett, who have recently arrived from
the Ccast, and the visiting delegates.
The, sessions of the conference, which
will be held every morning, will be de
voted to a thorough discussion of the
armv'a work on the Is:ands in all its
different phases. The work among the
natives, Japanese and Chinese, also the
children's work, will receive special at
tention. These meetings will be pri
vate but the evening services in the
army hall will be public and free to
all.
On Saturday evening a welcome is to
be tendereu to the visitors, and on Sun
day evening the Sixth anniversary OX
the army's arrival in Honolulu will
celebrated. The Y. M. C. A. hall has
been secured for this gathering. A re
port of the army's labors during the
past six years will be given by the ma
jor, while the different delegates will
report upon their respective fields.
it will be seen that something unique
In the line of religious meetings is
promised by the program, such as an
auction sale of children, an internation
al demonstration, a half night of pray
er, and a musical festival.
It is the first time In the army's his
tory In Honolulu that such a series of
gatherings has been attempted, but
the major and his assistants have faith
to believe that they will prove very suc
cessful. Following is the program:
Saturday, Sept. 227:30 p. m open
air, Ensign Allemann; 8 p. m., welcome
to our visitors.
Sunday, Sept. 239:30 a. m., knee
drill. Captain Bamberry; 10 a. m,
wharf meeting, Captain Lewis; 11 a. m.t
holiness meeting, Major Wood: 12:30 p
m., jail meeting, Captain Gillett; 2:30
p. m., junior companies, J. S. S. Lyman;
3:30 p. m., Bible class, Mrs. Major
Wood; 7:30 p. m., open air, Mrs. Cap
tain Gillett; .8 p. m., sixth anniversary
meeting, in the Y. M. C. A. hall.
Monday, Sept. 247:30 p. m., open air.
Captain Mills; 8 p. m., war memories,
Adjutant Sharpe.
Tuesday, Sept. 236:30 p. m., officers'
and soldiers' banquet (private); 8 p. m..
officers' and soldiers' council (private).
Wednesday, Sept. 26 7:30 p. m., open
air, Captain Jensen; 8 p. m., auction
sale of children a unique allegorical
service.
Thursday, Sept. 277:30 p. m., open
air, Captain Lewis; 8 p. m.. musical and
ice cream festival. Tkkets for ice cream
and cake, 25 cents.
Friday, Sept. 288 p. m., holiness con
vention and half night of ' prayer.
Saturday, Sept. 297:30 p. m., opn
air. Adjutant Sharpe; 8 p. m., interna
tional demonstration (representatives
in national costumes).
Sunday, Sept. 309:30 a. m., knee
drill, Mrs. Captain Gillett; 10 a. m..
wharf meeting, Ensign Allemann; 11
a. m., holiness meeting. Major Wood;
berry; 2:30 p. m., junior, companies,
Lieutenant McLeod; 3:30 p. m., Bible
e.ass, Mrs. Major Wood; 7:30 p. m.,
"jj n air. Captain Matthis; S p. m., fare
well to visitors.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTE3N
TION TO FORECLOSE.
In accordance with the provision In &
certain indenture of mortgage, dated
the 4th dav of February, 1897: made by
J. W. B. Nahakualli and his wife, of
Kalahiki. South Kona, Hawaii, to S. K.
Ka-ne, trustee, of Honolulu, Oahu, and
of record In Liber 170, on page 98. No
tice Is hereby given that the undersign
ed intends to foreclose said mortgage
for condition broken, to wit: The non
payment of the pricipal and interest
thereon w hen due.
Notice is also hereby given that after
the expiration of three weeks from the
date of this notice, the property de
scribed in said mortgage will be adver
tised for sale at Public Auction, u.t the
auction room of James F. Morgan on
Queen street, Honolulu, Oahu, on SAT
URDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1900, at 12
o'clock noon of said day.
For particulars apply to
S. K. KA-NE, Trustee.
Mortgagee.
Dated August 7, 1900.
fresh fruits,
German Prunes.
SlliV-. R PLUMS,
PEACHES",
GROSS PRUNES,
BLACK GRAPHS,
MALAGA GRAPES,
ORANGES, LEMONS and
FAMCY APPLES.
CBLBRY,
CAULIFLO-VTER
ARTICHOKES.
RHUBARB,
CABBAGE,
FROZEN OYrre
CHICKENS 4 TTHU
FANCY rurco- 1
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also SWISS ud
NBW YORK CHSa
All the undivided titles and Interests
of J. W. B. Nahakualli in and to all
that piece or parcel of land, with all
the buildings and improvements there
on, situate at Kahawali, Honolulu
Oahu, more particularly described in
R. P. 7055, L. C. A. 2024, to Pealole,
containing an area of 741.3 fathoms.
The above 1,-ortgagee's sale is post
poned, to take place at my salesroom
33 Queen street, on. SATURDAY, Sep
tember 22, 1900, at 12 o'clock noon.
IN BWEBT9 Our regular supply of Oraenhagn'i Bon Bon
maltowa.
H. MAY St 6., LTl
2-BIG STORES-2
The Waterhouse. Store, J The Mclntyrc Sin
l. UK. Kino AND FORT STRfJ
BETHEL STREET.
Telephone 24L
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
Auction Sale
OF
Tailor Goods
OxN FRIDAY, SEPT. 21,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, a choice as
sortment of the latest Importations of
TAILOR GOODS, consisting in part of
TWEEDS, DIAGONALS. SERGES.
CASSIMERES. TROUSERINGS, etc.,
etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW
GRAND
Clearance Sale
FR
TWO WEEKS 01
EVERY ARTICLE IN
THE HOUSE REDUt
Auction Sale
OF
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Goods for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Call and Be Convinced!
Holiday Goods now on the way,
WAVER LY BLOCK.
HOTEL!
ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
' AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, HOUSE
HOLD FURNITURE, consisting in
part of Oak and Iron Beds, Curly Hair
Mattresses, Feather Pillows, Bureaus.
Tables, Chairs, Chiffonleres, Meat Safe,
Ice Box. Camphor Wood Trunks, Kitch
en Utensils, Steel Engravings, Hand
some Carpets.
Honolulu Stock-Yards
LIMITED,
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
CHINESE BUREAU ARCHIVES.
Postponement.
THE MORTGAGEE'S SALE ADVER
tised to take place at my salesroom, 33
Queen street, on Saturday, Sept ember
15th, at 12 o'clock noon, is hereby post-
ponned to SATURDAY. September 22,
at the same hour and place.
We are sole agents for the Famous Cosby Collai
facturers of all kinds of
DRAFT AND LIGHT HARM
i
All Work Done By Hand and Guarantee
LADIES:
Save your money by buyingat
our Queen St. Store.
I
B KERR
& go., y
J. W. Girvin Is tutting Them In Ex
cellent Order.
James W. Girvin of the Cer.sus Bu
reau, formerly secretary of the Chlneso
Bureau, has a large task on hand,
which ho Is gradually completing.
When the Chinese Bureau was removed
from the Judiciary building to give
room for Marshat Ilay there were taken
from the shelves a large number of
volumes of federal reports, of the exec
utive, legislative and Judicial depart
ments. They were splendidly bound
volumes, all in perfect condition, but
as they were part of the archives of the
Chinese Bureau, which has gone out
of existence, no one seemed to know
what to do with them, and a proposi
tion was made to have them destroyed.
Mr. Girvin agreed to put them all in
order provided a place was set apart
for them, so a room was arranged In
the basement of the capltol building,
and for the past few weeks Mr. Girvin
has been hard at it. The UteK was a
monumental one, for the volumes were
all mixed up in transit from the Ju
diciary building, but order is gradually
coming out of chaos, and the result
will be a valuable reference library.
Besides the records are all the ar
chives of the Chinese Bureau, and these
also are being put in order, so that
when any question comes up that will
need reference to (the record of the
office, it -will be but a small task to find
the requisite Information In this well
arranged library.
JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr.
FOR RENT
A GOOD HOUSE in desirable central
location, thoroughly furnished, is for
rent and the Furniture is for sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
33 Queen Street.
Queen Street. Honolulu.
Cottages for Rent.
TWO NICE flve-reom cottages for
rent, on lane leading to Beach Road,
town side of Bishop's switch. Walldlct
Reasonable rent.
Arthur Harrison has b:-en given the
contract for the brick work In the Pa
cific Hardware Company's new ware
house on Merchant street, his bid being
the lowest.
JAS. F. MORGAN. Auctr.
JAS. F. WORGAiy
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We repair Harness and Vehicles, Paint and Mt
of all kinds, Shoe Horses and do ever) thing in the Be?
We are importers of all kinds of LIVE STOCK
from the Coast and Kentucky which makeuaM
for everything you might want in the way of a Horse,!
mule.
Cor. King and South Streets.
WE EXCEL AND LEAD
WITH
Custom Made Har
MR. FRED PHILP in charge of
uring Department. .
C. R. COLLIN
Manufacturer,
Importer and
Deal"
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