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TH1 PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEBTISEB: HONOLULU OCTOBER 2 1900
IN THE NEGATIVE. WHKN I T Milwaukee Beef ! Milwaukee Beef ! Photographs. Don't give th subject a negative thought, as I attend to the negative there la where the most successful pho- t tfrnphy in. I will get a good negative, good (rlnt. and a good mount, and you will t a good photograph. J. J. WILLIAMS FuHT BTREKT. NATIVE HATS la All Styles THE ARMY'S WORK HERE FAIR BARONESS TO WED HER CALIFORNIA LOVER. 3 If joa driiiK IW-r. take the ' Buffet Brand." 1 1 : it ''The Best" Milwaukee Beer ! ii la aria n i mtrnm Leaei It i- Iw.ttW'-l at the hrewery only. It contain only ! -IT 100 per cent alcohol. It hac a very i.ltw u.rcentage of extract- intl alhunnnoius. It bttfJi the foam well. It Um purwl and hest ta-t inji bter. Try harrel of ft dozen ijuart-. It " -t- jroa only $12. "lO delivered free within the cilv limit-. As Salvationists Review Achievements. WHAT THE WAR CRY SAYS Advertiser Praised for its Efforts Behalf of Blcod and Fire So'diers. in i HOFFSCHLAEGER COMPANY, ltd s i.i: IMF HDSM, Kinte and J?-th-l lUlHl, Honolulu. s Mexican T. Murata's j Carved A A INI HA III R. til Nuuanu. TeL Hi. P. O. Box Mfc. CAMPING SUPPLIES OK OCT rToRK you'll find aore aaa 1 aarea of artitiea parttsuanrly aimed ft noDfl of every aort In dlmlaatlT aaWagea- tln. glaae. wood and stone aaady for packing, handy a eat-.it', snste. laASKETR for earrylng h ana-art eae age I z y rl I n aa. OP COTTatHE you don't buy th aa Mrleaea. but It'a of great value te y aaaaae knowing how to pac,k ecak a (as U Insure aafe arrlvai, no breakagm am leas whether transported t aaamatalna on pack aaddle or carried t ' leaker of .our yeebC Lewis & Co OROCERS, 111 Fort Street. Telophono 240. SPECIAL SALE i t i r 1 t T V, T. 1 0 Cf H A fine line of same, IMOLl dim;: Tre Salvation Armv War Cry of the taal mm racalvad has tli- following' re vi M of the work of the Army here sin lad by Captain Mills, captain IlatthisJ ll.but. Klliott old otheis of tli.' local i Belli .inn there are friends ami mm- j r:...s in the far awuv 'States' who will: li- aiad t'. h.ar from ws. we coiK'lu.b d the j j i- sr way wouM he to write through the j goad old Cry that one writirn may do for I1"- Hoailliui We feel very tar away from ; yoa all. are: w hail "steamer day" very I glai ly. knowing We shall hear from hom i i lores' it., s. Ju.-t now we should very j much enjoy on.- of those aoulinspiring j councils wd by our dear oion. l Evans. .v . .. II . .11 L .. - ... I. ..I, ., ,.... in this great Salvation war: hut we have 'r.. in. r time nor disposition to grow nonae- Isark; our work is to m-j ris'u on hi the IgCOd plac Qod has put us to do our lit itl' hest lor Ills lost on-s during our stay hare. We love Honolulu. Who does not V j Hfbal comrade vs ho has toiled here in the pa1 i. ut lov.s the Islands. Honolulu iiid lit.- people? I am sure the word llaw.Ji recalls many happy memories to those who hive been privileged to make their- MM here, v n for the short time allot- : a Salvation Army officer. Ii is now .nor.- than eight nunths since V. -.1 U. II 1 . 1 : !.- iirum lilt 1.11 ' '"II MOIO?., HilV'I.S Ull'l B i ga of our dear comrades Who so heroi A Dally trudged down to th steamer through a ; lh rain to ... . Ua off. K bull Lme of Electrical 1 Ii 1 ft Supplies ILIGBTIN3 OF BUILDINGS. fSTORES AND RESIDENCES 1 Electric Power ELEVAT0R5, POMPS, and all Vinrio nf MAPaiNUDV an aiuuo ui lunuulULAI, 'A A A A A A to Miis Antoinette did not know he When the young California business mnn m-t and made love von lleileman six months saro and ask-d her to marry him ht v as winning a baroness and a chalet, bui he was. Sixteen years sgo a divorce was granted the wit'.- of Itaron Frederick von Heilemati, of Switzerland. She cam. to California and settled in akland. Her pretty little daughter grew up, and today Is a charming girl of 1 with hlue eyes, blown hair and a vast store of buoyancy; Tli. baron aeeiBS to have been sorry about his quarrrl with the little woman, Whc so aoofl nut 'he world between herself and him. He has regularly for fifteen years sent the daughter, Antoinette, a jewel every Christmas, and lias written to Inform her that he considers her his heiress and the heiress to the ancestral es tat on Lake Constanz, in the Alps. When she asked his consent to her marriage to young Eugene S. Thorne of Oakland, he promptly wrote his Messing and said he would he present at the cer emony. By Christmas the Baroness Antoinette von Jleileman will he plain Mrs. Bugene S. Thorne, the wife of an American. New York World. I OdbO SOCEANIC GAS & ! ELECTRIC! $1 Miigoon Block. Thone Main s ra in Just Arrived: ii. t jnt ly tbe PURSES, etc feen opened up a a A 'A A 'A A A 'A rA A A I shall not dwell upon the rolling calis thenic propensities of the good Austra.i.i Which is such a favorite here. I. myself, ht va grown quite friendly toward her as memories grow leas vivid with the pass ing mouths. Suftice ii to say, right glad v.re we to near Oceanh whai f and .- ' a well-known happy face under a poke bonnet, and h.ar Lieut. Kliiotr- glad m. .ting-. Between 11 and 12 our holiness toe. ting is usually well attended. The a hu prison meeting follows. And how the beys enjoy that work; Von should hear The hospital work comes them sing n. xt. Mr. H. nry and Tlis assistants have done much to make our work successful there. We can never forget the interest, co-op. r ation and kindness f the warden of Oahu prison. While there is real discipline, there is certainly effort made to help the ni.-n to Letter Uvea. Two of our faithful WHERE IS C. N. Per Ex DUinohd fiaad, sekr. . 4 13 d K. u. Button, ria.: Blaatixg Jer, Giant Powder, Rica Bird Pa Lla-jB T i r ttv m niNoiM 1 r- at iiii rr '"l. r- vapa, ruse ana KAIiNIIAI h r- H III 1 1 Cartridges: a large aaaortmeal 1111V.VUMU1. v. ...u.. sjemour-a Celebrated Sclaaora, Ski ah ears. Cane Knlvea, X-Cut ,,f fV,Q Imnnr.'.n Pnonl Batofcgf Knive. Whitewash Br v Icoine long tlm tnce ashor., though reeling. We m t a member of the Honolulu soldiers, wlu.se hearty "'Aloha!" made us qtlite at home. l-om the Urst WO found plenty to do. We so. n ascertained tbai the best p. 01,1 of to Tien-Tsin is Sought After. The police would lik.- to know tho e.n t whereabouts of c. N. Etagsdale, formerly of Hilo. Kagsdale is generally i v. been looking for you a lsoldiera were won for Qod through our jwerk during their Incarceration there. The Juniors ate look. .1 after Sunday aft- nouns b Bergeani Tiaid Lyman, as- IM''l ov i.nMll.T joe lo-o. ,j . . .. , 1 .arlow is taking a mu. h-n ( del rest. The aupDOSed t" have quietly left for Bible class for converts and soldiers islfh c.q aovaral w. eks since in coin- Hot ii are esscl ' hea ' d I I . .ti. .It 1 1 1 1 ........ fK-J' .. 1 ...1 ... i.-i Ii ai.,.n.l..,l n.,.l I . n ,1 ,, rt t... I I , . m. iiwiii'iiiin 111- l r l ii HI" Pia' lleat I ' ' " ' "'.''. Him I'.ll'I'l. leu . . I . . ' i t .....: I . V lit fa AA ? psthlzera of th Aim that in manj 'wav BTIiott. who feels the h p pany of R. C. Abercrombie. Botl U IIII , ' hrlstlan nentlmenl va.- the ruling pew- ' estalHIshed in the Word "of Hod. said to have gone on a sailing v sm III I gh the Uvea and work of Its " " '" i a greal help and blessing, from Honolulu and hav nol l nt I II I miaalonary people, still, a- in other . ;t- meets for general practice Friday j . Bince IV We s. v.. found then ta oertainlj need nf Uvenlng, preceding our Boldiers' meeting", ' lasollne, Beocine and rpaatlta Ala Ageota for PANSY COOKING S'l OVBa HA VILA ND WARS. OATS CITY WATER FILTaTJU VICTOR SAFE ic LOCK CO, A "-motor Wis dm 111a, the beat uilla ever come to thia country; rs auai. LTTJ Merchant Street. A A A A A A work on Salvation Army lines. Our pred- " he work, . specially among the sailors acessors, Qod Mesa them, had fought a and soldiers, has been encouraging. The goad tight. Our business was to keen up i "a nsport boys, as a w hole, receive the I message glaoly. We heli.-ve from the let ters r.-ceived from the Philippines, where it means something to live a Christian life, that much of the seed has fallen on The Hllo Mercantile Company has If ? h h h 0 b b" b' Japanese Goods We mu?it make room for jur Holi'lay Gooils already ordered. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. CHITA & CO I orner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets. Tel. 9:l Castle & Cooke LIMITED LIFE a FIRE 1 For 7 years We 1..1V b d!lns the famous Kroeger PIANOS Ulvlng complete satisfaction In hundreds of Honolulu homes. Always pleased to talk and show Kroeger Instruments. If you are Interested, whether ready to buy or not. come In. Other standard makes, o'sn. CASH K EAST PAYMENTS. Si ii Co. i '. , . i standard. For some reason the Army's open-air meetings were restricted to the Oriental s d of Nuuanu street six nights in The 'w.k. Sunday night h fling the only time art were to venture on Occidental t.-rr;-U-r. Naturally o'.ir crowds were small h doors, a-- on Hi.- street, few white people, coirparatively, se. jng anvthinx of i he Army. 'We began to pray. "Lord rlv n I with our Father's miglitv help, the light 'lurch. th people. Civ. ih. m the storv : tin- for right-ousn. ss. The general excuse of I The Hil Cioss." i those w ho do not yield to the claims of Nineteen days after our arrival our hall jour Lord is. "I ant afraid I could not live waa in piagu. quarantine, and we were 1UP ,,J " to sea." l'oor lads; They si ut out ..f Chinatown entirely We ae-kn w not the loving strength of Him who brought suit against Uagsdale to reeov- iiot.-s amounting g . d ground. nir sailor comrades make good soldi, rs, hut We are sorry to s. e sailing day come for them. when, without Christian com panionship, they go away to light alon i-r on two promissory with Inter, sf to $4..:.:;i. In July. D. Ly oursus. the Hllo caterer, brought an action against Aherrombji alleging gross ch. at oil the part of the Hilo cof fee planter. When the papers reached j Honolulu the young man bad Red to Other parts and left his creditor in ihc The above articles must be eaia AJWKST BEDROCK PRICM FH fU and examine for yourself. : HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO. NO. 107 FORT BT.. 0PP03ITB 8PRECKBL8' Bi.Xa.1 eured tne M. C. A. hall for a time, and saw n Immediate increase in attendance. When all public meetings were forbblden we found occupation in bouse-to-hctuse Jafl and hospital visitation, besides mend- . i .... - , . . . e " "ays in a .lentuion can,., ,ho-.pit..l. while Capt. Mills and Mai Wood 8 u Mi.' inspection work, rat poisoning, etc, for the Hoard of Health. Tin- quarantine being lift. 1. are return ed to reopen our met tings, when one of I tiie comrades infornnd us joyfully we might again secure our old open-air stand. The writers Humph;" though an in-ol- Ur.tary ejaculation, seemed to Uacourage way m"i.- suggestions in that direction. After tin. e w. eks' light we lost our hall. Bcrety it teemed disheartening, owing to I the scarcity of buildings, on account if in.- recent lire; but we dared not doubt.' Had we not mud.- our needs -known to our ! ii. ivenly Fa titer? 1 bl He not know 'he r. . d. anyway, better thin we did? Wei gladly took up the street work with all! OUT hearts, knowing a wise purpose was "k of it all. and that our best ai d only W( rk must for Um pfl nt be on the high- j Waya ur meetings w. re soon 'v. '1 ; t-! tended, and often lasted over an hour j frequently an hour and a half, ignite a1 nvmber of our lads knelt in thes services. ! and proved themselves afterward to be go d soldiers. After a struggle for he r; have overcome Says, "lie of good th.- world." We have just had a Week of beautiful Victory. Twenty men sought salvation at th old Army penitent-form. You know iiow that rejoices the soidier's heart. ... .Il.iti .. nllin-r r i I , 1 1 1 I b tana, and we pray may become real soul winners. ) on Wednesday night last we had a "nwearing in." and four earnest lads stc oil under th. . ..lots and took the vows which have meant so much to many of us. We are in a real fight; truly it is no -' ..ni battle, an.' we are thankful for the place our Captain has given 'is. it is not a grudging, sorrowful service, but we go forth with a glad. Joyful knowledge that Cod still lov. s th.- world, wants to save it. and will us.- vn earthen vessels, tf they are willing to h.- cleansed and tilled with His Spirit. Hod Id. sH von all ! MATTHJS, V ILLS, KI.I.K TT A.- C . WANTS A DIVORCE Mercantile Company In its complaint to the Fourth District 'our4 alleges that on December . lS'.t'.t, KaRS dale executed to the company a prom issory note for $S7.S4, for goods, wares and merchandise delivered to the de- j fend ant, with Interest thereon. Again, on August 1. the defendant agreed t pay $821.60 to the Own store for goods furnished. A not.- was given for the! full amount of the same to bear interest: at the rate of 10 per cent per annum. S No payment has been made on either note ana the company has brought suit ! to enforce the full payment, if the de i fendant can be found. As there Is no trace to be found of the defendant in the Territory of Hawaii. : the pap-rs win be returned to the Fourth Circuit, with a notation to that effect. Kagsdale is reputed to lie th,. son of Fnited States Consul Kagsdale of Ti.-n-Tsln, whose nam.- was prominently identified with the late troubles in Chi na. A daughter atid son of the Consul : were sent t San Francisco soon after the troubles in China began, and it is said Kagsdale went to join them there. A Summer Proposition. Well, now there's the ICE QUESTION 1 You know you'll need Ice; you kaa it a a necessity In hot weather. believe you are anxious to get that which will give you satisfaction. we'd like to supply you. Order froi The Oahu Ice and Electric Co. Hoffman & Markham, Telephone 3151 Blue. Postofflce B01 m untntc-rut: -J meetings, in which tht-e wall-known . 1 1 1 ds were arrested nn the charge of block ading the sidewalk While list- ':ing to US, the Advertiser, Honolulu's prl tetpal new paper, anil the citizens, won for As, in Cod's name, tin I, lesser) privilege which we now ar irnt stly nd a orin:: tc Maria Jesus Afi'onso Sues Husband in Hawaii. 'I'll.- l-'. uith District Court of Hawaii has sen: to the police department the! divorce libel of Maria Jesus Affonsn gainst her husband Manuel Gon sales Alfonso, bo service upon tie- llbellant Ti..- iibot.-. stat'-s in her petition that they were married in 1880 in th" is'.and emensnfa tiano DSALER1 U Ml I Madeira. Kingdom of Porto- ,1. and rn; he th. best use of the carrying of the that they last lived togeth man 1 message to tin d hearts: that bless. 1 in- land wife in January of ivy.. states rrtatlon, "Come unto me. all y. M at are the llbellant is a man of - health weary and heavy laden, and 1 will rf v 1 and sufficient nhvsfeni a Knit v- m-Ham. I with to earn go... ami uflici--!d li veil - spiritual : hood for himself and wife, but not- and, as she aL ! I'Otu., iii' bi,-i : i ,... 1 I tl... 4f.ii 1. 1 .x.. ... . i . " ' "" ww ju.viiii-.uMiM on: l Tho iov Ef&nfS I I s m isHioi n mm 1 vn mmm tmtiDI ' r !a :cr? nlsr.rtcd thai infant I for at . But mm 1 . '7 she S" . .-1 J 011 rest. Atter a months exerojse -r "spiritual I hood f n.us. ie w,. learned of a hall to be fitted I withstanding that fai t "i' 101 pomnai partv ra i.-s. f course 1 .ibo M iit...i.i his part, he has ever since the WSOINCEMEM. AOENT9 FOR OF BOSTt'N m fiie insurance Mm or HARTronn NOTICE. Dr. c. H. O 'ul'Elt having thla day , 'ormed a partnership with Dr. J. T. DONALD, formerly of San Francis eo. the firm of Drs. Cooper St McDonald will curry on the practice, occupying I 'he of!b . formerly used by Dr. Cooper. oFFICK HOURS: Dr. Coojr : 30 to 10 " to v p. m. ' Dr. McDonald H a. m. to 2 p. m., 7 to I p. m. Sundays Dr Cooper. 8:39 to 10 a. m.: Dr. McDonald. 1 to 2 p. m. Telephone 164. ptmber IT, 1300. m.. 2 to 4 and T1IK ITT FKI 1: CF Tf IF. Star Dairy Co., Ltd. s In h Mngoon Bull. line. U vm 1. cor t. r Merchant snd Alaka Streets. Teleph. ne Main St. Ialrv T ph me: Blue U71 a n. i 'AK. Manngsr Dr. Cooper will present all bills In furred prl. r to the formation of the partnership through his collector. 56T.3 salvation Army needed the ball mot ; any way. w. at- monanhs of all w, s-.r-"ey ss Bfttrraya hall up to date. 1 pray we max- have ;. huilding of our own In Honolulu yet. Our work is on a solid fiotin here, and f l.eli. ve t h. r. is a ran-1 spiritual future for the Salvation Al my. A Rescue Home Is the crying need of the hour. Almost every week we hear of unfortunates, with whom We can do noth ing txcause we have no place to take 'l m to. it i ilJM sorrowful to meet and trj to deal with them, as We cannot tak them from their ..-.-i.. ' ' ' "ik-ii . i. nun - rtany tim.s I arhsk Benin. Re I oe Home J- WfOVrB, Commission.-r of Lands, f,u ' rs mm n so far "ill leave ,.n the W. O. Hall this even- Our visitation N id.-rable. h. has '"K" Waintea. Kauai, where he goes m.ah more K ' - 1 tn lo,,k ",t" Umd matters for the de- " Unas .., ,1 str- ngth to do. w.. v-Mt the f':trtrnent. I nit. d States hospital, the !. .. n s n,w. ! It is hoped that a tract containing i Pdal. Oa.iu prison and hospital, th. relief about 4000 acres between Koh.a and ' r I Mi i i it I ii ,ny n"m,!i as Waimea may be j should hev-; only m;:k - least il. z first year of Hfe j .:lf. .1.3 i . ! t I 'I' .; 'rm' Pacheco's Dandruff Killer elteet. I JHCnOUriSn, SlhC .' nilKthat prompt and permanent cure for tl h ''. :' am, Or fat, that : diseases of the scalp; It renovates J vfi. ii.- DON'T ALLOW disgusting scalet 4 dandruff on your hair and clothing ! 1 1 o ri t h of January, 1899, absolutely neglected, laueo ami r-iu.-.i t., provide or fur-I i ish any support lor her. She asks fori an absolute decree .if divorce from th bonds of matrim-.tiy existing between i hi i If a nd s i id Hhellar.t. KAUAI LAND FOR SETTLERS. Proposition to Open Tract near Waimea to Homesteaders. r oes the litis is .i i. nrvvf rvrlv norcc. '..or, ; . . z grov.rr.i; body. ; i t 1 I hair and Is cool and refreshing for tsl head. It prevents that burning sal itching sensation. i seers msim conlns the best fat, in the j -3 form of Cod-Liver Oil, for all ; lo mm in s EM0YAL NOTICE. I :r.T A DVERTlghlR la dcllvrd part of the city for .5 cents a . l.-l .Aiasl31 S AND AFTER MONDAY, BEP ber 1, 1909. Dr. Wayson will be at his new offlce and residence, Beretanla i itreet. nearly cpposlto the Method. at church. Offlre hours 10 a. tn. to 1 p. m.. land 9 30 to 7:3 p m. Telephone Main 141 KM ' r one more dav. at bast in I'll,- w.ek. Th.ti our only War Cry vUj itatlon Is done on Saturday. Afl the hus ;lr.s houses are visited, and an effort le to extend the circulation of our I "w l.lte-w Iraged m-.nscr," and to come :n touch with the paspfe so far as possible ; by this n:eans. The- War Cry work In' tbe saloons Saturday night Is "thorouKhly Idewe, and I hell, ve much uool is accom-i Ptwra L Honolulu's strefts ar.- crowded' .Saturday nluht. and we usually hold two! Or three stre.t meetings in differenr 1 places. I Sunday mornlni; we have knee drill at 9:30. Between and 11 are hold two wharf .pem-d f..r settl.-rs or a portion of it. This property is now under base to the IfcBryde Bugar '.-mpany but the lease will expire shortly and Mr. Brown s visit to the tract is to see what portion of it can be made use of. The land is kula land, stretching from the s-a to the moun- '.tins ami would be K..,,d land for s.-ttlers. I dc!; : ec children. T j thrive greatly under its use Soo.i they ieigh more, more, j pisybtiter and look, better. If bet tite right ac'diiion to their regular food. The bvpophojp:-.ite3 cf lime r i soda in it are necessary to the growth and f . n Of bone and teeth. . . ii. . . . i .V UUM I-., Cat a i . Nev, York. 108 KING STREET. j.J. Waller : : M4Nak homestead HOP CHAM Merchant Tailor For spraina, sweTfings and lameness Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd . wholesale I 507 HOTEL STREET. GENTS' CLOTHING made to order fit guaran- jaatle and Aataii AD- NAVY CONTRACTORS BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS f. 1. NOLTE : : : : : Proprinat. Fort St., Opp. Wilder 4 Co. First Class Ltitt hs Served With Tea. Coffee, Soda Water. G!"'j Ale or Llllk. Open from 7 a. m. to It p. m. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. Only tna hleheTt arrnrli of H.ET) BBR is used In the btamns mad - the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.