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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, July 07, 1902, Image 6

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What's in 3 Name ?
Did you ever think to l-jk at the label n the oun .Ycn you
have had some fruit or vepetabls that are really choi-?
Look For the Label S. &W.
. AT.
L,
B. KERR
LIMITED.
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" W Bhall hare on Special Sale this week the following
lines of Men's White Shirts of the telebrated Lion Brand
mate. The mcsi perfact fitting and best wearing shirt on
the American market.
Tb KOBMANDIE-Open Front and Back-Long Bosom
- SAVOY Closed and Open
WEAK WELL "
- WLNTHIvOP "
- APOLLO Open "
- FAKRIOUT " "
FOX HILL " "
Medium '
' " Wide
it i
" " Short
" " Extra Sht.
75
EACH
Note -These shirts are made of the best materials with Non
Shrinkable Collar Bands and Patent Button Holes, and
made in all lengths of sleeves, making them a met desirable
and comfortable fit.
Curtain Dept.
In this department we shall
offer most tempting induce
ments this week to close out
Block of Nottingham Lace'
Curtains. So it behooves you
to get your pick while they
last.
Per Pair
75c, 95c, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75,
$2.00, $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00.
Imported Swisses
A most beautiful and
dainty line of English Fig
ured and Dotted Swisses at
r
greatly reduced prices.
"We have them on our coun
ters at 124c, ICc, 20c, 22c
and 25c per yard, which is
just ene-half their value.
Domestic Dept.
Manufacturers' Ends of
beautiful Table Damask. 64
and 72 inches wide in 2, 2$
and 3 yard lengths at epecial
prices this week.
Great reduction also in all
lines of towels. Cotton, Linen
and Turkish from
SOo v :tc!oz. up.
In Valises, Hand Bag3,
Dress Suit Cases and Steamer
Trunks, we shall offer Special
Inducements that must tempt
anyone requiring these articles
28 inch Steamer Trunk $4.75
30 " " " $5 00
32 " " " $5 50
34 " " " $6.0J
36 " " " $650
38 " " " $7.00
40 " " "" $7.50
There's a pretty shoe! We call it the
"Fashion". It's one of the famous Queen
Quality brand.
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The upper is of
the famous Kibo
Kid; the soles very
flexible; tips of real
French patent
leather; medium
high heel. The
most popular light
boot of the season;
and think of it
$3.25
There's only on way to get such a Shoe, with its pretty
enrrea and perfect fit and that way is to buy the Queen Quality.
The enly way to get Queen Quality is to come to
1
Si
LIMITED.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Streets
Bo Kerr & Co
Thursday Datq Set
For Opening
New Line.
5
TRAM DRIVERS
PUSH ALONG MULES
Manager Pain Trying to Keep
the Animals Up to
Times.
By Thursday next the trolley -wire for
the remainder of the Rapid Transit line
on King street, between Alapai and
Fort streets, -will be strung and cars
placed upon that section to connect at
Alapai street with the track now being
operated to the Waikiki road.
The" track between Alapai and Fort
streets is rapidly approaching comple
tion in all respects save the stringing
of the trolley wire, for which most of
the poles are now in position. "When
this section is completed the business
men who patronize the King street di
vision -will be treated to a thoroughly
up-to-date and quick means of getting
down town to business. Even though
there is a long wait necessitated by
the switching back and forth on Ala
pal street, making the trip longer than
by the tram line, yet the average citi
zen prefers the ease and comfort of
the electric car.
Manager Pain of the Tramways Com
pany has changed the running of his
cars on King street slightly. He U3es
three switches as formerly between
Fort street and the Waikiki turn, but
has discontinued the Thomas t'quare
switch as a meeting point for the on
opposite the British Consul's residence.
There has been a quickening of the
time of running these King street cars
and it is not now an unusual sight to
see a tram driver whipping up his
mules Into something of the semblance
of a rapid gait to keep pace with an
electric car. "When two rival cars are
townward bound, the tram car driver
usually smiles a broad smile when the
Alapai street switch is reached by the
electric car and a wait ensues, but that
is the only time the Hawaiian Tram
ways Company has the opportunity.
The proposed Waikiki extension of
the Rapid Transit is a thing of the
near future and when several matters
resulting from the recent litigation in
the courts over the right of way
through McCuIly tract are settled, the
road will be constructed with the same
dash and spirit that has pervaded all
other work on the Rapid Transit system.
"JACK" SPRECKELS
TO BE MARRIED
"Jack" Spreckels, son of J. D. Spreck
els, of San Francisco, and brother of
Miss Lily Spreckels, who is now visit
ing in Honolulu, is to be married to
Miss Edith Huntington, grand-niece of
the late Collis P. Huntington.? The Ex
aminer of June 27 says of the engage
ment: An engagement of unusual Interest
In society is that just announced, of
Miss Edith Huntington, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Willard V. lluntington
and grand-niece of the late Collis P.
Huntington, to John D. Spreckels Jr.,
familiarly known as "Jack," son of J.
D. Spreckels.
Miss Huntington made her debut last
v.'inter, and her beauty, combined with
a sweet and candid nature, made soci
ety acclaim her as one of the most pop
ular debutantes of the gayest season
in San Francisco. She is a decided bru
nette, with expressive brown eye3. Her
greatest charm Is her girlish gracious
ness and simplicity of manner. She is
rather tall and graceful, and dresses in
good taste. Mr. and Mrs. Huntington
and their daughter spent several
months this spring in New Tork and
other Eastern cities, and while there
Miss Huntington was entertained lav
ishly and was acknowledged as a typ
ical California beauty.
Mr. Spreckels attended Stanford Uni
versity and is recognized in business
circles as an able young man. In soci
ety he is most popular and his engage
ment to the beauty of the season Is a
source of congratulation from all of his
friends.
The wedding will probably not take
place for a year or more. Miss Hunt
ington is a devout Catholic, but her
fiance is not of the same faith, and it is
not likely that the wedding will be a !
church affair. !
65 QUEEN STREET,
P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72
THIS DAY.
Ruction Sale
-ov
Groceries
A.KD
Furniture
ON MONDAY, JULY 7,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at mar salwom.
65 Queen street, I wflB sell at p1lic
auction, iron and woden fceLs, bureaa,
washstands, rocfcer chair, tafclea,
mattresses, sprisga, oak center tables,
picture frame, pictures. sUn rng.
hammocks, rugs, can's rocker, cfatf
fonier, sideboard, ice' bore. Iwtpa, ice
cream freezer woeJ stvej. il store,
nets, fans, bir cage kit eta wi tables
nnrlira rlarfcfZ. trttctten UtejfttftlS.
scales, filters, ad aa asrl?4 large
quantity or gracertes.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER.
Auction Sale
F
UBNITURE AND
L
awbooks
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 9,
At 10 o'clock a. m.. at my salesroom.
65 Queen street, I will sell at public
auction, by order of Mrs. J. A. Hassin
ger, oak bureau, rockers, chairs, cur
tains and poles, Hawaiian tapas, beds,
hangings, lamp, dinner set, crock
ery, ferns and palms. Hawaiians Re
ports 1. 2. 3. 4, 5. 6; Laws 1860-1872 Pen
al Code 1869; Civil Code 15S9; Compiled
Laws, Land Claims, Notaries and. Con
veyancers, Manual; Hnglish-Hawalian
Dictionary, Hawaiian TarKI ana di
gest, Session Laws, 1864, 1865, 158L 1882,
1884. 188. 1887, 1888, 1830, 1892, 1893. 1894,
1895. 189(1, 1898; standing eek, sectional
bookcase, rollertop desk. Douglas
chairs, etc., etc. 1
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER.
Auction Sale
5
DANDRUFF CAUSED BY A GERM.
Household
Furniture!
ON TUESDAY, JULY 8,
At 10 o'clock a. m. at the residence.
No. 62 Beretanla street, next to the. new
Sachs building. I will seM at public
auction the entire household furniture,
consisting of parlor furniture, rugs,
curtains, matting, beds, bureaus, wash
stands, rockers, chairs, tables toilet
sets, springs, mattresses, bed clothes,
dining table, chairs, meat safe, ward
robes, crockery, kitchen utensils, ferns
and plants.
A large quantity furniture.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER.
Ruction Sale
OF
Groceries
ON THURSDAY, JULY 10,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the Union Feed
Co. warehouse on Queen street. I will
sell at public auction, by order of the
Washington Mercantile Co., the bal
ance of the groceries, slightly damaged
by fire and water, consisting of corned
beef, roast beef. lunch tongue, assorted
canned fruits, canned vegetables,
spices, extracts, syrups, molasses, bak
ing powder, olive oil. stove polish, bu
hach, soap, teas, coffees, olives in glass,
pickles, chow chow, mustard, chocolate,
cocoa, deviled ham, chicken and tur
key, poha Jam. guava Jelly, California
jams and Jellies, etc., etc.
JAS. P MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER.
A New Discovery That Kills the Germ
and Prevents Baldness.
Pretty nearly all the hair prepara
tions for dandruff have some merit In
allaying itching of the scalp, and in
being a fairly good dressing for the
hair, but there is only one that recog
nizes what causes dandruff, falling
hair and baldness, and that destroys
the cause, a little germ and that is
Newbro's Herpicide. This germ eats
its way Into the scalp, down to the
hair root, where it saps that vitality,
causing- dandruff as it digs up the scalp
into mue wnue scales. Unles it is
destroyed there's no permanent stop
ping of falling hair and cure of dand
ruff and baldness. Newbro's Herpicide
kills the germ. "Destroy the cause.
you remove the effect."
Cottage for Rent
AND
Furniture f r Sale
The complete furnfhi ncu nt well
appointed house of four
kitchen is for wile, with cottage for
rent.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER.
House For Rent
By order of Mr. H. J5. Waity, I offer
for rent the home formerly occupied
by him Beretania. street, between
Piikel ni Eeeaumvka streets.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
65 Qnen street.
This name stands for.i;a!i!y. You wi:i always flad S. & W.
goods to be choice and we guarantee them Money aek if they
are not satisfactory.
Don't ask your grocer merely for the best. He will give
you the best he has, of course. Ask for and IniIt on eUig
S. & W. goods.
Fruits, Vegetables, Freervea, Falmon, Lobsters, Oyptern, etc.
INI- &
LIMITED.
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The
Pride' of the Home
is a
White Sewing Machine
A Combination of
Att and Utility
Used by many in preference lo other
makes of the same price; It is demon
strating its merits:
Built to Sew Well and to Last
Call and inspect the different styles
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
L-irvir
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Suckling Pigs
For July 4th
We have fecuted some ycry
choice Suckling Pjgs. Want
one? Better leave order early
as they are in great demand.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45-
Oranri Rpriimtinn RpjIp
Beginning Saturday, June 28, For Two Weeks Only.
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED
Jewelry, Japanese Goods, Curio?, Gent's Furnishing Goods, etc.
Every article marked in plain figures. Call and be convinced
T
Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets.
American Flags
ALL SIZES I ALL PRICES!
Everybody should deeoraie on the Fourth. Special pricef
E. Fukuroda,
Robinson Block. Phone White 2421. 14 Kotl Htreet.
Uniformity of cotmIr mnrmfacturnl by Uif Hawaiian
qu.ihty of FLAYOU nnl all other lunula vra- '
Tho
nous oiks miuts uie na.uiiv or u : nnl n n ut r
biued iu making1 a perfect tlriuk, w found in the products of t'
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
Euista ani Vineyard StretU. Vhon Blue 1871.
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