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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 4. 1901.
We are going to astonish the Lad
ies; we want to Break the Record in
Cash Sales this Month never mind
what kind of Dry Goods you require,
come to Queen street and you can
get it cheapest at KERR'S.
Do All The Talking.
200 pieces 32-inch Organdies, Percales, etc , 5c yard.
136 pieces Selmah Cords, Cottonette and Batistes, IS
Fine Ginghams worth Sc, close out at 5c yard.
Amoskeg and Red Seal Ginghams, 10c yard.
120 pieces Swiss Muslin, Fancy Grenadines, etc., were
25c, closing out at 10c yard.
Narrow Striped White Muslins, 5c.
50 pieces White Muslins in Checks, Stripes anl Swiss
Spots, worth 12Ac, November Price, 8c.
We always were leaders in these goods see what
we are doing this month at 60c, 75c, $1 and upward.
We have invoices of a big quantity opening next
steamer, of which we will have something to say later
on. To make room for this new shipment we want to
close out the whole of our stock THIS WEEK.
See our enter
Table This Week.
Night Gowns were $2.50 and $3, this week $1.25, $1.50.
Chemises this week half price, 75c, $1, $1.25.
Ladies' Drawers half price this week, 60c, 75c, $1.
Table Linens, Napkins and Sheetings.
All at Record Breaking Prices.
(Some to our
L. B. KERR & CO.,
PAPER IS OUT
Interesting Pot Pourri
Political and Social
Mrs. Theresa Wilcox's paper, the
Home Kuie .Republican, made its ap
pearance on Saturday, printed in Eng
lish and Hawaiian. The editor of the
English side is Solomon Meheula, lave
clerk of the House of Representatives.
In his salutatory this gifted man says:
It will be the object of this paper to
teach and reiterate the knowledge that
the "shiboleth equal rights" does not
mean license, or the liberty to have your
own way despite the rights and objec
tions of others, but that it is a very pre
cious privilege obtained by other races
and nations through much suffering and
self-denial. We, the Hawaiians, have
-willy" "nillly" lad this inestimable
boon conferred on us through the exi
gencies and necessities of the United
States In their Spanish-American war.
The past is gone and irrevocable. Some
of us Hawaiians no doubt would
Kladly welcome back the former condi
tions of theins, if things could be re
stored to just how they were during the
monarchy, but the majority of us recog
nize the futility of such a dream and de
sire with all our hearts to educate such
of our race to the point of understanding
and appreciating the glorious boon of
hmimI riirhts " of the free and unre
We do not propose or want to enter
Into any useless controversy with either
the old republican party, the democratic
partv. or any other political party or
parties. Rut we do propose to stand up
for equal rights, opportunities and treat
ment for those of the aboriginal race
as for his white or foreign brother or
sister, knowledge, attainments and char
acter being equal.
We do not propose to stand supinely by
and see the white brother given a higher
wage or position for the same work or
qualifications of the brown skin brother
Nor do we propose to let the IrreBularl
ties of a white official be condoned with
out a protest and a poor kanaka
official pilloried for the same 01;
a less offense. We warn all con
cerned that for every such exhibition of
partiality, we will draw the parallel and
leave It to the public to judge.
The special features of the English
side of the paper are an attack upon
the genealogical claim of Mrs. Defries
and nine local brevities, of which these
Mrs. Robert . ilcox receives every
Monday afternoor. from 2 to 5.
The High Chiefess Elizabeth Kekaa-
niau 1'ratt and her niece, l'rlncess Kva
K.uwaUanlamamao t artwright will vro
abroad for a prolonged stay on the 9th
Queen I.illuokalani, accompanied by
Uelegate and airs. K. . ilcox. spent
a very pleasant day at Atanoa a few-
days ago. She enjoyed herself collecting
ferns for her garden.
Delegate and Mrs. R. W. Wilcox paid
a visit to Eieuptenant Commander and
wife C. V. Pond a few days ago on board
the V. S. Iroquois, where they were
entertained at supper.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auctioneer ai B rater
65 QUEEN STREET,
P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72
Made on the Island
of Hawaii and shipped
to us Fresh by every
This butter is a very
fine quality of cream
ery butter, and has a most delicate fla
vor. The price is
35c. per pound.
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.,
Telephones, 22, 24, 92.
P. O. Box 386.
MA I'D AN'LLKR-LATER OX.
Aland Muller, older grown, and gray,
Put on some juice to boil one day.
Her brow was furrowed deep with care.
Her large and homely feet were bare.
Her hands and arms were stained with
A.nd an old torn hat was on her head.
She watched that juice, she poked the
She saw the foam rise higher and high r.
It boiled all morning, and at noon.
She took some of i in a spoon,
And set it out of .oors to cool.
Just as the children came from school.
Drat the plums:" she said, and lit her
Like as not the things was all too ripe!"
Her man came borne unl.-;i mr.,1 -in,i
And shuffled in through the kitchen
She gave him the rude, unfeeling snub.
rnu ne aim tne children ate cold grub.
And all the rest of the drearv dav
She boiled, and boiled, and boiled awav.
And ever and anon she tried
riat plum juice, and she sighed and
nd put more in, and boiled ualn
Till she was tired our n.i thn
She eyed the product throiiRh her Biases,
anu erieo. rwas only plum molasses.
For of all sad words, as I've heard tell
mwwm are tnese: "It just won t
jen: I'nicago Tribune.
The undersigned will receive appli
cations to lease lots in the "SCHMIDT
CENTRAL, BLOCK" on Beretanla j
street, No. 5S8, adjoining the premises
of the Queen's Hospital.
This valuable property will be divid
ed into several business sites and offers
a fine chance to investors in Real Es
tate. Suitable for Stores, Lodging j
Houses or Dwellings. Applications for
lots will be treated in priority and It
will pay to make early applications.
An important feature of these leases
is that the lejsee has the option of
purchasing his lot in fee simple during
the term of his lease at a figure based
on the rental he is paying.
SILVER KING TOBACCO
THE IDEAL SMOKE
PIPE OR CIGARETTES
Carefully Selected from the
best growths of Virginia and
North Carolina tobacco.
It will be
YOUR FAVORITE BRAND
when once tried and you will
Sweet Cool and Economical.
Exclusive Dealers for the Hawaiian islands
RUGS AND MATS
DIRECT FROM JAPAN.
Terms and conditions of lease with
amount of rents asked can be had on
I application to
JAMES F. MORGAN,
65 Queen Street.
Designs and Styles Never Shown Before.
Only a limited number for sale, and
we would advise our customers to
come early and see them.
INTRODUCTIONS IN MILWAUKEE.
The teacher of an Intermediate grade
in the Third ward school was "show
ing off" her pupils before a number of
The spelling class was on the floor,
and one small, red-headed hov iv.
en the word "Introduction."
He paused, twisted his Ht.s himiI
and then in a falterinc wav snelie.i n
correctly, and seemed rather surprised
ww n. nau uone it.
"Do you know what that
means?" asked the teacher
"What? You don't know wh:it
"Well. now. I ll exolain it to v .III It,lM
your mother ever have callers?"
" 1 es m.
"Well, now. suppose that two ladies
came to call on your mother. Your
mother knows one of the ladies
dot-sn t know the other. Shi. has n..
seen the lady and doesn't even know
her name. Now. how would she heoom
acquainted with this lady and find
"She'd send me out for a can of beei
As that was the correct answe'
teacher had nothing further to sai
IN PASSING SEE THE DISPLAY
IN OUR WINDOWS.
Waverley Block, Hotel Street.
Adelaide Kistori rf.vntlv eelele-ntel
the eightieth anniversary of her ap
pearance on the stage. Her mother
was an actress, and the future tragic
actress was brans-tit imnn the ct ,i
when a few months nlH in , nin..
where a baby was nede.i re
ceived the congratulations of Ernest
Uegouve. senior of the French acade
my, now in his nin.tv-f.mrt:-. v-..--
w hose "Medea" nmvfrioA i t ; u t , i.
one of her most famous parts.
WOLTERS. WALDRON CO., Ltd
Sole Agents for Armour Packing Co.
has just received a shipment of
Armour's Hams and Bacon
as well as a full line of CANNED GOODS.
and offer the same for sale.
HONOLULU, H. I.
JAS. F. MORGAN
mm i 8
65 Queen Street.
P. 0. !x 5 4. TtltphMt 72
THE WATER FROM THE FAMOUS
MiA MlTJ. MJTT SPMMJWGS
Ts put up in Bottles and sold by
LOVEJOY & COMPANY.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Sure cure for all Kidney Diseases, Bright's Disease,
Dyspepsia and Malarial Affections.