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nrs sctFie commercial advertiser. Honolulu. September 11. iooa 10 TTR" STfc ITm KfV IIP 4- NAVY TRANSPORT SOLACE IN PORT OS NEWS ur r wa For HMHIMMMMMMf if I I LOTS IN KINU STREET TRACT, from $1,400 to $1,250 lot, formerly known is GL N. Wilcox's premises. TWENTY LOTS IN MANOA TALLEY, formerly Montano's Tract, $2,500 a lot FOUR HUNDRED LOTS IN KAIULANI TRACT, from $200 to $250 a lot. FIFTY LOTS IN KEKIO j TRACT, opposite Makee Island jj ft500alot. ONE HUNDRED LOTS IN KAPIOLANI TRACT, at $500 a lot. '., , ' Tor further particulars apply to Company Camptell B!oc&. Fort Street Not so much ; What You Pay What You Get for your money. " When quality is con sidered our goods are al ways appreciated. N. 'B. ONLY PURE CANE SUGAR used as a sweetener for our Soda Water, Root Beer, Ginger Ale, etc. , Consolidated Soda Water Works ; Compan f, Ltd. Telephone Main 71. " Works 601 Fort street. niW&IIAii ENGINEERING U N ' : CONSTRUCTION GO. Booms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg. gJGUlEERS AND COHTRACTCHS. Box 537. - Phona Main 50. Use Pacbeco's Dandroff Killer VOT lifeless. Uneven alVlv ialr It keeps the scalp clean and free from Almease. ' Pacheco's Dandruff Killer. For sale ' T 11 Druggists and at the Union Bar Bttop. Tel. Main 232. 184 N. Hotel and 163 S. King St. Bicycles Exchanged, Repaired, Bought and Bold. Prices Reasonable. ; G. Q. YEE HOP & CO j KAHIKINFl MKAT MARKET 1 ! And Orrvry. U-, VJE VEGETABLES. .. ,BUnU Street, corner Alakea. PJiom Blue Arrived From Guam Yesterday After Voyage in Which She ' ' Had a Gale. . The na7 transport Solace, Com mander Frederick Singer, arrived here yesterday from the Philippines and Guam. She calls at Honolulu to secure about four hundred tons of coal and will sail for the Coast on Saturday or early Sunday morning. The transport left Guam on August 28th and three days later weathered a heavy gale which also lasted for three days. The Solace has a number of officers and men who are being taken home from service on the Asiatic station. some oi mem are iime-eiinrtu men men while others are men for years on the far and desire a change. who have been eastern station In addition to officers and ; passengers the Solace has . one hundred and forty-two marines,' two hundred and fifty-two blue jackets', and a number . of prisoners, some or whom are being sent home , to be dis honorably discharged and others of whom are to go to Naval prisons to serve terms gained by bad canduct in the East. There are forty sick men aboard who are being taken to United States naval hospitals. Among her naval passengers are Lt. Commanders A. Reynolds, J. T. Smith, "W. I. Chambers, J. U. Jordan, F. J. Schell and H. P. Huse; Lieutenants W. B. Fletcher, W. R. Shoemaker M. M. Taylor; Ensign F. Morrison, Naval Cadets L.E. Wright and G. B. Landen- berger; P. A. Surgeon M. K. Johnson, Captains of Marines R C Berkeley and L. Mi Gullick, Lieutenants of Marines J. W. Lynch, J. N. Wright and J. McE. Huey, Boatswain Paul Hennig, Pay Clerk E. W. Clark. Her civilian passengers are Mrs. R. W. Thornberg and nurse, from Cavite; Mrs. A. R. Alfred, from Cavite; C. A. O'Neill, from Cavite, and the wife and family of Governor Schroeder, from Guam: Miss Kamly, F. A. Lainhart . and Mr, H. H. Hiatt and son, also from Guam. Mr. Hiatt has been superin tendent of the Guam schools. The officers of the Solace are Com mander Frederick Singer, Lieut. Comdr. A. G. Rogers, Lieut. Comdr. C. A. Carr, Lieut. G. F. Cooper, Lieut. J. H. Rowan, Lieut. A. W. Marshall, Ensigns J. W, Graeme, O. E. Duncan, A. Buchanan, P. B. Dungan, J. K. Tanssig, J. W. L. Clement, C. W. Bole, J. E. Lewis, L. S. Fischer, C. E. Morgan, A. F. H. Yates, F. J. Home, R. E. Pope, C. B. Hatch, Jr., Z. H. Madison, Surgeon W. R. Du Bose, P. A. Surgeon A. R. Al fred, P. A. Surgeon C. P.. Bagg, Asst. Surgeon H. E. Odell, Asst. Surgeon R. M. Young, P. A. Paymaster T. J. Arms, First Lieutenant Marines R. M. Cuts, Boatswains F. R. Hazzard and J. M. A. Shaw, Gunner William Carroll, Car penter J. M. Simms, Chief Sailmaker; M. P. Barr, War Machinists T F. Hob by, C. H. Hosung, G. T. Brownbridge, B. F. Beers and David Purdsn, Act. War Machinist R. F. Nourse, and Pay Clerk M. J. O'Brien. The following desirable properties upon moderate terms: 1 3 brand new and modern cottages on Beretania street west of Piikoi street. 3 Cottage on South street near Queen street. 4 2 Cottages on Chamberlain street near Queen street. E Store In Orpheum block on Fort street. 6 Land of the area of one acre, sit uated on the corner of South and Hale kauila streets, and suitable for storage purposes, or for a building site for warehouses or factory. 7 Building site at KamoIIiill, front ing on proposed extension of Rapid Transit to Kalmuki, area one acre. 8 Three building lots on Kaaihee av enue and opposite the experimental Station at Makikl. Taro land at Manoa and Pauoa. 10 Rice land at Alea, Ewa. Also other lands suitable for agrlcul- tnral and other purposes In different parts of this Island. Apply to Kapiolani Estate, Ltd USE Asti Wines Best Table Wines in Uee. Sold by all Liquor Dealers. The Sitent Barbsr Shop OUR RAZORS are thoroughly dis'n fected before using. JOUKPB FERNANDEZ. Pro"" Arlington Hotel. Hot! fit"- To. Let OR The United States Naval Transport Solace, Commander Frederick Singer, which arrived from the Philippines and Guam yesterday. a it -"" r n rnr" MAIL 5 I CAhCKO COME AND GO The Gaelic - and Sonoma a Large Number of Passengers. Had Two mail liners reached port from i San Francisco early yesterday morn ing. The Gaelic, which left San Fran cisco one day earlier than the Sonoma, the other arrival, had the mails, but the latter vessel had a big list of pas sengers for Honolulu which caused considerable interest to be taken in her arrival. The Sonoma had some unusual ship ments among her cargo for Australia. 1 . i i- ,1 ..... . . i. . . . -1 1 1 mat uiuugui biumvcu tuuuu in receive some things by ner mat are usually raised in Australia. These ship- eight hundred tons of onions, four hun dred tons of canned goods, one hun dred tons of dried fruit, and a hundred tons of pears. t Purser G. A. Hodson, the genial young man who looks after Sonoma Passengers, is to find some one to look after him on the occasion or the bo- noma's arrival in Sydney on this trip, for he is to wed Miss F. Griffes-Wil-liams, an Australian belle who is well known in Sydney official circles. Pur ser Hodson is a general favorite with the g-eat multitude of people who have had occasion to travel on the Oceanic liner on her frequent trips between America and the country on the other side of the South Seas. The passengers included many island people who are returning to their homes. Among them were the follow ing: Dr. John Weddick, of Waialua, has been on a pleasure trip to Ireland. Mrs. Sam . Johnson returned from a summer stay at the Coast. H. P. Faye, of the Kekaha plantation, returned with his family from an extensive visit abroad. Andrew Brown, who is to take the management of Kilauea plan tation, brings his family to Hawaii again after having spent over a year in England and Scotland. Mrs. Fanny Love, brought her two grandsons, F. L. and W. H. Hoogs, back from a four months' visit on the mainland. Prof. Miller and wife of Oahu College return ed from a vacation visit. W. A. Bald win returned with his bride. E. N. Smith returns from New York where he has been attending the Brooklyn Polytechnic school. E. V. Noyes is to take a place in the Mills Institute. Miss Aida Tipson returned to become the wife of Manager Samuels of the Manu facturers Shoe Company. Another bride is Miss Upper of Buffalo who is to marry Mr. Scott of the New En gland Bakery. C. L. Rhodes returned from a hurried vacation trip to the Coast. Jas. H. and Mrs. Love returned from a four months' trip to the main land. Clarence L. White returns after having made a tour of some of the Western States in an effort to improve his health. The Hon. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox returned from a brief visit to the Coast. Mr. S. S. Dickenson returns to complete arrangements here for the Mackay cable. J. M. Oat, postmaster, is back from a short trip to the main land. The vessel has a large number of through passengers, mainly returning excursionists. Among them are Mrs. M. Pfeil and daughter, relatives of Captain Van Oterendorp. The Gaelic was unable to berth at the Pacific Mail wharf owing to the coal ; ShiD John Currior hn tw ins, so she took a berth at the Naval wharf. She has a fair number of pas sengers. On board she has about $200, 000 worth of treasure and 3,200 tons of general cargo. She took no passengers from this port. Both vessels got away for their re spective destinations shortly after 5 o'clock last night. To the Public order to accommodate children In who wish to be admittedto the Kona Orphanage a new building should be erected. There are not sufficient funds to buy material. Five hundred dollars is needed. Those wishing to assist in raising this sum can leave the money at Bishop's bank. ;TO PUT CROSKEY ON THE CARPET Transport Service Officials Think Call at Honolulu Was Unnecessary. According to advices received from San Francisco an investigation is to be made into the causes which led Captain Croskey of the transport Buford to put into Honolulu instead of going direct from Manila and Naga saki to San Francisco. Marine Superintendent Pierce of the transport service says that just prior to the transport sailing from San Fran cisco on her las trip to Manila, on June 2nd, a complete inspection of the Buford was made and the government inspectors pronounced her hull and boilers to be in first-class condition. He does not think it possible that her boilers could have really given out so soon. There were many rumors afloat dur ing the vessel's stay here as to how badly the boilers of the vessel had giv en out and as to their real condition on entering this port, xi is known that the chief engineer of the vessel was responsible for. her putting into this port as It was on his advice that Cap tain Croskey acte- . Repairs 4 to the essel's boiler were made here by the Honolulu Iron Works and it was current gossip at the time that these repairs ran into a bill of several thousand collars which was paid by the army authorities here on the day that the vessel left Honolulu. A BREATHING SPELL, If the Consumptive could only keep from getting worse it would -' be some encourage ment. Scott's Emulsion at least gives tired nature a breathing spell from the exhausting con flict with disease. Rich nourishment, strength to repair bodily waste, new life tor the lung, these are what Scott's Emulsion brings. Often it enables nature to gather force enough to throw o('f the disease altogether. Scott's Emulsion is valuable it the beginning. Then is when cure is most certain. But in any stage of the disease Scott's Emulsion counteracts the work of destruction and reinforces nature. Send for Free Sample. 5COTT & BOWNE. Chemists, 409 Pearl St., N. V. terlingfhe Painter Has added to his Paint Shop a large stock of WALL PAPER Also an Experienced Paper Hanger as salesman, who will be pleased to give information about Paper Hanging and Decorating. Competent Fapr Hangers employed and always on hand. Reasouable Prices SAIV1E 010 STAND, UNION STREET FINE PASTURAGF. Horses and cattle pastured close to Honolulu, 300 acre run; for terms, etc., apply to room 606 Stangenwald build ing Jigs A'OMAN'S EXCHANGE Hotel St., Arlington Annex. N Tt to A A. Montano'i Millinery Parlor. Fine Calabasnes and Tapaa. Fre' Pol Tuesdays and Fridays. Low Wheel TO dispose of our Rubber Tired ihem at cost. Former Prices $16GV Now $125. ' ' ' ' 175. " 135. 11 200." 160. "" 250. " 200. Note these figures Nothing like them were offered before. Substantial reductions on all other vehicles. Harness, Whips, etc. likewise reduced. Pacific Vehicle & Beretania St., i SOID 36 and 42 Hotel Wholesale Only. Special attention given to Plantation Write for prices no r4 M M M t H M M M t Sice "-Japanese Provisions Genuine Article Sold at lowest prices. Call and see our stock at King The Latest WRITING PAPER Just Received That in vogue now Is ics Lin Folds once and fits in, an oblong envelope. The very latest tints and in four different sizes, viz.: Billet, Astoria, Douglas and Gladstone. "We have all other kinds of fancy and standard stationery and our prices are as right as our styles. I CO, LIMITED. Merchant St Postoffice. on the way to the 01 HAWAIIAN NEW Buggies at Cost stock of. Low Wheel Buggies, we will sell Supply Co. Ltd Near Fort. ( Street. AT Orders For trouble to show goods. M H Street, next to Castle & Cooke. M. R. COUNTER Jeweler and Silversmith. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Fine Asssortment of v Hawaiian Jewelry.. Fort Street, Love B'ldg. Kalihi Store FIRST CLASS GROCERIES AT LOWEST PRICES. Telephone White 3161. Corner King and Beckley Streets, Kalihi.' Centennials' Best Flour, Port Costa Flour, Golden Gate Flour, American Biscuit Co.'s Crackers and Cakes, Rex Brand Meats, Hay, Grain and Feed. Special attention given to prompt and careful delivery of goods. Try our choice Kona Coffee, 2 5cts a pound. Read the Dally Advertiser; T5 cent per month. 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