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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, November 06, 1900, Image 10

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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 6, J 900.
L B. B4enr & Co., Id
7k V v Panura In Informing their many friends and the public generally
Ut they have been fortunate enough to ecure a large portion of the
tack of L. C. THOMPSON & CO.. 890 and 900 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Tnta firm MADE AN ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THEIR
CREDITORS ON SEPTEMBER 16th. and Mr. Kerr happened to be on the
pot and Mcured. AT HIS OWN PRICE, the portion of this stock he consid
ered suitable for the Inland trade, comprising
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Buy
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Never before have the ladles of Honolulu had an opportunity like this to
purchase new goods direct from the East at the prices we are now offering
this stock.
Quoting prices Is often misleading, but we respectfully ask the ladles to
examine our goods before making their purchases.
We Just mention a few leaders. Any lines you don't see advertised,
please call, and our assistants will be pleased to show you the goods.
If you don't buy
You can tell
Your Friends....
AFFAIRS, OF
TERRITORY
Tramways Want to Put
In Loops.
OFFER OF A CEMETERY
War Department Refuses to Part
With a Piece of Land
Near Moanalua.
JAS. F . MORGAN
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33 Queen Street.
P. 0. Box 694. Tclphn 72.
JUST OPENED
And Now On Sale !
DressDepartmeet
'100 Pieces Cotton
Challey
Guaranteed fast colors, 5c a
yard.
500 Pieces American
Qhirtings
Superior quality, two yards for
$1.00.
240 Pieces Ginghams
New Styles
Checks and stripes, fourteen
yards for J1.00.
528 Pieces Liberty Silks
(Black Grounds)
White spots and floral designs,
fifteen yards for $1.00.
Wt have secured a beautiful lot of FRENCH ORGANDIES. We could
lnese SOOds' UUT QUICK TURNOVER IS WHAT
W. will offer them at 10c. 15c and 20c. These goods . would be grand
mm uvu MIC 111? yriCC,
IN WHITE DRESS
GOODS
- Wthe,flne9t "tock we vcr handled, and our customers know! we
ar, always headquarters for White Dresses. One hundred pieces pain
white, narrow-striped Dimities, 10c a yard.
Bom
cstic Department
17 ITT o .
TURKISH TOWELS, any price you
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. like, and from the smallest to
the bath robe size.
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BEDSPREADS. ,.WE are.' always
: ' pT?.P,)e .'.Vr, tustomets ' first
-eall n;for. these roods, i, The
, ' pucfc ase of ttys 'assigned 'stock
' ' t aables'aa to show you lines
that Vfe cannot possibly, again
' ; ' wTetyou. ii- : ;. -A t
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SHIRTWAISTS
Among this stock Is a lovely
I ?,6 K!" W.aA8t8L sPlendU
tifir7- i.8,,ie- -ine quan
tity Is larco -- . .
f r ' " ""ia nave
ruy worth double
the money. ,
MILLINERY "
RIGHT UP TO DATE- anv
salior Hats; perfect remv
navy, white or blaik. at Efto i-V
' 11.00 and 11.25 5 C' 7oC'
Ladies don't be fooled
is money gained
8AVB TOUR VIOET AND BUT FRO M US.
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Queen Street
At yesterday's meeting of the Gov
ernor's council Mr. Dole notified the
members that he had authorized the
inspectors of election to increase the
.
number of voting compartments in
some of the districts; the number of
voters was too great to allow every
man cast his ballot within the specified
time. He stated that he had taken this
action as a preventive against dis
turbances.
Mr. McCandless, Superintendent of
Public Works, read a communication
from the Hawaiian Cemetery Associa
tion whose burial grounds are located
near Pearl City, in which they stated
certain conditions under which they
would agree to bury paupers who
would have to be buried by the Gov
ernment. They stipulated to r.erform
this work at so much for each bodv,
The proposition was discussed and re
jected.
Manager Pain of the Hawaiian Tram
ways Company gave notice through
Mr. McCandless that his company de
sired to proceed with the construction
of switch loops on King and Beretania
streets in order to run more cars. The
switches would be located half way be
tween the present ones. Mr. McCand
less read a draft of his reply which
was to the effect tht the Tramways
Company should furnish a map and
specifications showing Just what they
intended to do. It is thought this ac
tion is a new move on the Tramways
Company s part to gain control of King
street where the Rapid Transit 'Com
pany has already laid Its rails.
A letter from the Department of
State. Washington, enclosing one from
the War Department, was read bv
Governor Dole. The contents dealt
with a piece of land near Moanalua
which the Government desired to use
as a cemetery site. The answer from
the War Department was to the effect
that the piece of land in question was
the only section available here which
could be Used for military purposes and
mat otner lands would be so expensive
that it preferred to retain possession
oi tne property.
Treasurer Lansing was authorized to
transfer from the current to the loan
fund, the sum of $24,000.
Vote the Republican Ticket Straight
The election rpturna will Krk n-li-nn
- -- i li KJVAK
in front of the Advertiser office this
evening as soon as they begin to come
in.
CORNWELL TO
VOTE FOR SAM
Latest Somersault of
the Hawaiian
Campaign.
Cornwell will vote for
William H.
Sam Parker.
Such Is the rather surprising news
given the Advertiser late last night by
W. II. CORNWELL.
one of the best known men in Hono-
IUIU.
been all through the" campaign"! T
an enthusiastirDemocrat:
7'L?rLwass 'a night as
- oeiiu, i snail not i
tS, nIsd " Cornwell votesfor Z.
"LWIJK 1 know of others
V " vuie "r me who are sud-
Lpendents." 1 or inae-
0AHU ICE &
ELECTRIC CO.
ICE DELIVERBB
To any part of the City.
Hoffman & Rfarlrhim
eynone iiue 315. p. n r,- eM
"nee: Kewalo. ,
BEAVEB t UKCH ROftftis.
Fnr ?;,J,.NOvLTE' Proprietor
Port Stree Opposite Wilder KTa.
fir si Class' LuhfUB
VTlth Tea, Coffee.: Soda Water. Ginger
..uhi 4 . m. to 10 p. m.
Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. -
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Our first consignment of this year's pack of
FANCT TABLE FRUITS.
EVAPORATED FRUITS.
GREEN PEAS.
SUGAR CORN.
ASPARAGUS.
Also, a general replenishing of our Cereal and Fancy Cracker
Stock.
H. MRY & ., LTD.
2-BIG STORES-2
Thcatcrliousc Store, The Mclntyrc Store
-
Honolulu Stock Yards Co.
W. H. RICE, PEKSIDKNT.
LIMITED.
W.S. WITHERS, MASAoa
v
Two consignments
comprising 51 head
draft and stylish
Driving
Horses
Several nice teams,
two fancy teams, sev
eral elegant single
- drivers and gentle
family animals. T)
I Honolulu Stock Yards Co. ;
4, W. H. RICE. PBtosiDEirr.
LIMITED.
Auction Sale
ON .WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, K-HfHHH-fH4-f
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W S. WITHERS. MANAQKB.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the iremlses formerlv nrnmlerl
by HART & CO.. LTD ' 81 Hotel KtreM
i wni sen at pudhc Auction:
TABLES. CHAIRS.
SHOW CASES, COUNTERS,
SHELVING, ETC., ETC.
A few fine PALMS AND PLANTS.
MS. F. MORGAN Auctr.
A Fine Assortment
OF
JAPANESE SILKS,
KIMONOS, GRASS CLOTH,
HAWAIIAN SILK FLAGS
Just the thing to decorate your room with.
We also call your attention to the '
Fine assortment of ....
DOILiES AND FRINGED TRAY CLOTHS
Made of Silk and Grass Cloth direct from Japan.
WAVERLY BLOCK.
HOTEL STREEll
Waterp
roof
Lap Robes
FOR
RAINY
WEATHER.
JAS. F. MORGAN
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33 Queen Street--
P- 0. Box 594. - Teltpih? 't
COELIN5
P. O.'BOX SUJ.
IV
Leading Harness; Manufacturer.
Established 1891.

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