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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: . HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 27, i900. L. S. Kerf & Co., Ld. I FIRST rZmkt gTeat pleasure In informing their many friends and the public generally they have been - fortunate enough to secure a large portion of the L. C. THOMPSON &; CO., 890 and 900 Broadway, tfew York. TUa firm MADE AN ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THEIR muhuks ON SEPTEMBER lth. and Mr. Kerr happened to be on the and secured, AT HIS OWN PRICE, the portion of this stock he consid ered suitable for the Island trade, comprising 426 CASES feoiiera!! Dry Neter before have the ladies of Honolulu had an opportunity like this to sorthase new goods direct from the East at the prices we are now offering la stock. Quoting prices Is often misleading, but we respectfully ask the ladies to sample our goods before making their purchases. TVs Just mention a few leaders. Any lines you don't- see advertised, ylease call, and our assistants will br pleased to show you the goods. If you don't buy You can tell Your Friends .... Dress Department 100 Pieces Cotton Challey Guaranteed fast colors, 5c a yard. 500 Pieces American Shirtings Superior quality, twenty yards for I1.M. 240 Pieces Ginghams New Styles Checks and stripes, fourteen yards for $1.00. VIEW LAST NIGHT Kilohana Art League! Lxhibition Opens. BEST SHOWING MADE YET Painters and Their Friends View the Canvases-Public Will Now Have a Chance. JAS. F. MORGAN lis i iter. 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Cox .594. Tilt ptona 7L Hum The first view of the fall exhibition of the Kilohana Art League was given last night to a certain number of in vited friends of the artists and the painters themselves. The bad weather Kept many away but the rooms were brilliant with pretty women and the pictures were critically inspected. Without doubt the exhibition is the best yet. Eighty-one pictures are shown and not a few are good. The canvases are arranged more happily than last time perhaps because they, are iewer ana individual work an. pears to better advantage. There are more large pictures than n the spring and the majority are framed in better taste than then. Har old Mott-Smith has the most striking array and Mr. Hitchcock also makes a brave showing, both in numbers and in merit. Helen Kelley has one or two pictures the equal of any there. Ex ception might be made perhaDs of the head of an old lady, in cap and spec tacles, which is the best canvas of all, though small and unpretentious. The artist's name has escaped the writer out in a further article more will be told of the canvas and the painter. There are others who deserve men tion bnt space in this issue forbids. Certainly Mott-Smith's "Sad News," a big picture which was hung in Paris. merits a more detailed relation. The exhibition will be open for sev eral weeks to the public. WOODEN . BUILDINGS AT AUCTION ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At the premises.-Alakea street ad joining the Pacific Club, I will sell at puonc auction, TWO WOODEN COTTAGES j AND OUTHOUSES, One of the cottaees is ncariv nam and is fitted with screen doora nnrt windows. Buildings to be removed within ten days of sale. Ic Arc Now at AND SHALL BE PLEASED TO SEE Tf IN-OUR NEW. QUARTERS Boston Block FORT STREET. WATCH THIS SPAd ror ruture Announcements. . MOT & ee.. LTD W. H. EIOE, PRESIDENT. 4 ASIATIC TRADE FOR THE PACIFIC COAST Commissioner Bunker Returning From Long Trip Through Russia. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. BEACH LOT ' FOR SALE. 528 Pieces Liberty Silks (Black Grounds) White spots and floral designs, fifteen yards for $1.00. TV have secured a beautiful lot of FRENCH ORGANDIES. We could make large profits on these goods, BUT QUICK TURNOVER IS WHAT WE REQUIRE. Tf will offer them at 10c, 13c and 20c. These goods would be grand ai uouDje ine price. IN WHITE DRESS GOODS We have the finest stock we ever handled, and our customers know w re always headquarters for White Dresses. One hundred pieces plain fctte. narrow-striped Dimities, 10c a yard. :sV 1UKK, Nov. lS.-William M Hunker, honorary commissioner of foreisrn commerce of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, arrived today on the L'mbria with his wife, lie had a 35,000 mile trip through Siberia and KuroDe without the slightest accident, and never missed a connection. Mrs. Bunker is the first lady of foreign birth who crossed the Russian empire from east to west. Mr. Bunker said toniirht: "In ln rrtTt I made a study of the conditions bearing upon tne Kussian Asiatic trade. My con elusions are entirely in favor of the Lmted States, and especially the Pacific Coast. The Transsiberian given this country a large market for luousiunu ana other supplies, and this market will kwn nuu ith . - - -1' - ..an iwc iuli raaiilK colonization of Eastern Siberia. Although jine railway nas been running as far as Irkutsk for over two years, the countries ;oi Europe, aside from Russia, have not uentnueu Dy tne new transportation fa cilities. "At the same time the Russian-Asiatic (trade of the United States has steadily I increased. Americans and American .products are ponular with th Russia no and Siberians. Americans are almost in variably given' the preference in trade affairs. As far as I can see the Pacific Coast is destined to be the biggest bene- nciary or hiberian industrial develop ment." Mr. Bunker will remain a short time in mis city and then start for San Fran cisco. The undersisrned nffprs fnr salo an LljiiliAKT iiWAl H 1 .1 11 at Kaalawai on tne east side of Diamond Head. ihe property is between the resi dences of Mrs. A. Rosa and Mrs. S. C uwieht. Lot has a froritae-A nf 11(1 foot nn fha ucai.ii, anu a aeppn 01 irom zzi to zzs Contains 2.1.000 sauare feet. The scarcitv of seaside iriWI 1(11 NH li TTl H ITfjQ TDIQ O T'Qrif vnlnn u ? vi j valua ble chance, whifh i I - ' . vp u v'tUiJlO isiiouiu eany avail tnemseives of. For further particulars, apply to JAS. P. MORGAN, 33 Queen Street Auction Sale OF A Fine Residence Domestic kpartment TJRKISH TOWELS, any price you like, and from the smallest to the bath .robe size. EI3SPREADS. WE are always the people our customers first call on for these goods. The purchase of this assigned stock enables us to show you lines that we cannot possibly again offer you. HEBTWAISTS Among this stock Is a lovely line of Shirt Waists: splendid cut and latest style. The quan tity is large, but we would have taken twice as many could w get them at the price. CALL nd jee them. 60c. 65c, 75c, 85c and $1.00 easily worth double the money. MILLINERY RIGHT UP TO DATE; any shape and style you want. Our Sailor Hats; perfect gems; 11.00 and $1.25. Ladies don't be fooled Money saved is money gained ATI TOUR MONET 'AND BUT FROM US. Sonoma on her Way. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 17 The steamer Sonoma, the second of the new Australian liners built for the Oceanic Steamship Company, sailed today from I'niiadeiphia for San Francisco. The steamer is in command of CaDtain Hayward, who was formerly master of me Mariposa. The Sierra, the first of the company's new steamers, is exnect ed here from Philadelphia on the 21st or or this month. It was at first calculated that the Sierra would be here in time to make the next voyage to Australia, for which reason the Mo ana of the Union Steamship line was withdrawn from the route. - As a result of the miscalculation the Mariposa is to be sent to sea airain in five days. UJNIJKK. CJ1TATJT1T "a CAT 17 ct ' u k)AUU JX one-ciuarter Interest nnri r.-r,r other three-auarter tnt at Public Auction at my salesroom, 33 ON SATURDAY, DEC. 1,1900. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. Xtlti HflTIXfl pBTT'XTTOr'C! .x- dences of Mrs. Kate L. Vida and Mr. raui XNeumann. Pronertv has a. fmnt ' " ' va. JLUM.a ICC i. on King street, 293.3 feet deep, and idj.o ieet on lounsr strpot nntiinin. I 1 o ,n " '"-"""i6 ouu -xuu acres. There Is a verv vninahu nr, . - UllU will" modious dwelline hmiu nni eahi, carriage and servants' houses, etc., on Terms cash. Deeds at purchaser's expense. " JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctr. Wedding Bells Afloat. viwiSc ijfiioui oi me gaso line schooner Surprise and Mrs. Amelia iiiggins Were married last eveninc- at 7 o'clock at the residence of the bride on AJakea street by the Rev. A. E Cory. Mr. William Roe was the best iiian. xne Driae was unattended. A large number of the friends of the nnn. ular captain were present to rpp htm safely launched upon the sea of matrl. mony. Among those present were Mr. ana Mrs. J. T. DeBolt. Mr. an w Gardner, Miss Cook, Miss Marshall, Dr. oj ser, Mrs. Evans, Mr. and Mrs Roe, Miss Amy Roe, Mrs. Marie Warren, Mrs. J. Foysecker. P. A. T.nne- ai Christian, Will Hapal, W. C. Sharratt. E. C. Bruhns, P. Phillips, C. A. Thomp son. i 4 BJE8RMQ Li, Queen Street Honolulu. A GREAT MEDICINE. "I have aAii n)i.mi.i.t.i. s-f-u- S e.r.an2 Ili rtie Remedy and Mr v t,a Cret "clne." says ?h,PI,, 1'oteau. Ark. "It K ot bloody flux. I cannot speak w?, thJ7J U; -remedy alwlys wins the good opinion, if not praise, of whicl reVcfs evenTn1 t CUrS Mw, tztl , eve.n In th most severe V a favorit everywhere. JAS. F. a0RGAK it5'aniTAsVor "Kentucky Favor ite whisky. Take alys the best Se" 7 SPruancef Stanley & Co.. San Francisco, proprietors. Un oi in 33 Queen Street. W. S. WITHERS, maxaqej IB AND HARNESS 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Laprobes, Whips and Tie Ropes. Horses Neatly Clipped. Honolulu Stock Yards Co. t LIMITED. CORNER KING AND SOUTH STREETS. A Fine Assortment JAPANESE SILKS, KIMONOS, GRASS CLOTH, HAWAIIAN SILK FLAG Just the thing to decorate your room with. We also call your attention to the Fine assortment of .... . DOILIES AND FRINGED TRAY CLOT Made of Silk and Grass Cloth direct from Japan 3. OZAKI, WAVERL.T BLOCK- HOTEL STBI .Riding addle ON Genuine Hawaiian Trft Ridinnf Saddles on the BEST STEEL FORK, CALIFORNIA OUR OWN MAKE. Style, durability and finish up to date. & Riding Bridles, Spurs, Hair Ropes, Le goings. Martingales, etc. ISLAND ORDERS FILLED. PRICES REASONABLE- C.'-R. COLLI N5 TMJIPHOKICM3. Leading Harness Manufacturer. 1 MM P. 0. Dox 594. Tcftsh?- 7T-! Established 1891.