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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 20, 1903.
Services at the Central
Union Church on
The body of the late William H.
Cornwell will arrive this morning from
Waikapu on the steamer Ma una Loa.
Mrs. Cornwell will accompany the re-
mainsyand' other relatives and friends
will also be in the funeral Darty.
F. W. Macfarlane who has been mak
ing arrangements for the funeral in
Honolulu yesterday received a wire
less message from Mrs. Cornwell in
response to a query sent her, saying
that she wished the Masons to tako
charge of the service.
The funeral has been set for Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock and the ser
vices will be held in Central Union
church. When the body arrives from
Maui this morning it will be taken to
the undertaking parlors. Tomorrow
afternoon the remains will be removed
jo the Masonic Temple and the Masons
will watch at the bier Saturday night
and Sunday morning. At the conclu
sion of the Masonic ritual the body
will be removed to Central Union
church where services will be held
Sunday afternoon at three o'clock.
These arrangements may be chang
ed after the arrival of the widow, al
though no material alteration is anticipated.
A GIFT TO
Mrs. J. M. Dowsett yesterday receiv-i
ed from Mrs. S. C. Allen a check for
$250 for the Kapiolani Maternity
Home. Mrs. Allen writes that she
was npi here when the subscriotions
were taken for the building fund of the
home, and she is anxious help aloni?
the work. The gift is much, appreci
ated by Mrs. Dowsett and all of
those interested in the work at the
Kapiolani Maternity Home.
New books 20 cents from Lyon's Ex
Your ear! Give it a treat. The
world's perfect piano player. Lyon's
, Book Store.
Some lands at Waimanalo will be
Rnlrl lit nllillif ancUnn nrt X'nvomhpp
at noon at Jas. Morgan's auction room.
Three fine show cases and fantail
i pigeons will be sold at auction tomor
row morning at Will E. Fisher's auc
A furnished mosquito proof cottage
Is offered for rent including a piano.
See our Classified ads on last page for
A horse, buggy and saddle offered
for sale for $175. Party leaving the
city and must sell. A bargain. See our
Classified ads on last page.
Up-to-date mouldings just received
by Honolulu Photo Supply Co., with
perfect facilities assure satisfactory
picture framing for the holidays.
Some of the latest fads in European
novelties in household and kitchen
A - 1 ,3 J I n 1 . . - :
Utensils nit; uiKiJici eru tn. aim
company's big store on king street.
Careful housewives should call and see
It is easy enough to drive a horse if
he Is fitted with good reliable harness.
The kind that fits costs no more than
the kind that don't. C. R. Collins on
King street will see that only the best
material is used in his work.
Today's auction sale at Morgan's pre
sents an opportunity to make a start
with thoroughbred chickens, and have
your own fresh eggs in exchange for
table waste; also an occasional broiler
or roaster. Plymouth Rocks rank first
among general-purpose fowls, and
those offered today are healthy and
On Saturday, Nov. 28th, at noon, JaS.
F. Morgan will sell at public auction
some fine residence property on Luna
lilo street, at the foot of Kewalo. This
property has a frontage of 100 feet on
Lunalilo and is 180 feet deep through
to Matlock avenue with a frontage of
100 feet on Matlock ave. Full particu
lars can be had upon calling at Jas.
F. Morgan at his office on Kaahumanu
LADIES IN CHARGE OF
ST. CLEHENT'S BOOTHS
The ladies who will be in charge of
the several booths at the St. Clement's
Colonial Harvest Home festival and
fair next Saturday and evening are
Fancy Work Mrs. J. H. Soper, Mrs.
Walter G. Smith. Mrs. D. P. Law
rence, Mrs. Andrew Fuller. Mrs Jo
seph O. Emerson, and Mrs. Frank
Dolls Mrs. Frank L. Hooks, Mrs.
Jeffries, Mrs. L. de L. Ward, Mrs.
George McK. Williamson, and Mrs. J.
A. M. Johnson.
Candy Miss Soper. Miss Ward. Mis?
L. Ward, Miss Schaefer, and Miss Cat
ton. Refreshments Mrs. Usborne. Mrs. J.
G. Wright, Mrs. W. G. Singleaurst,
Mrs. A. M. Wilcox.
Fish Pond Miss Mardinee.
Flowers Mrs. James D. Doueherty.
"Autumn" Miss Blanche Soper and
Miss Vere Greenfield.
"Colonial Home" Mrs. 3harlea L.
Rhodes, Mrs. C. A. Galbral'h, Mrs.
Francis W. Smith. Mrs. E. M. Bord.
Mrs. George Smtthies. Miss Luce, Mlae
Constance Restarick, and UU9 Marion
Tomorrow's football game will be be
tween the Mailes and the Punahous.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M.,
meets tonight. Work in the second
Thomas F. McTighe & Co. are dis
tributing some very neat calendars
John Taylor has resigned as man
ager of the Honolulu Dairyman's As
Dr. H. C. Watt of Kauai was natural
ized by Judge Dole yesterday. He.
.as a former subject of Great Britain.
Judsre Alexander Lindsay was ad--
mitted to practice in the United States
court upon motion of J. J. Dunne Yes
Good talent has been secured for the
benefit to be given at the Y. M. C. A.
hall this evening for the Central Union
A concert and exhibition drill will be
given this evening at the T. M. C. A.
hall for the benefit of the Central
The ten Chinese gamblers caught by
Detective McDuffie on Nuuanu street
forfeited their bail in police court yes
Judge Dole yesterday ordered the ar
rest of F. J. Turk for failure to nay
the fine imposed upon h'm for viola
tion of the shipping laws.
Edward Kunst has brought suit a-
gainst Otto Ludloff et al. to foreclose
a mortgage on land in the Kaoiolani
tract. The amount claimed is $1100.
Invitations have been issued for the
reopening of the Bishop Museum on
Tuesday, November 24th. Curator
Brigham will make an address explan
atory of the new system at four o'clock
on that day.
Large crowds are expected tonight
at Kerr's grand opening. The store
is ready and doors will be open at 7
y'clock. A feature of the opening will
be the giving away of $100 in prizes.
'.Nb goods will Jbe sold.
v 1Jie Honolulu Times for November
will-; be out early and will contain vit.il
articles of a personal nature. Our New
Governor, A New Judge, Improvidence,
The Cake Walk, Some Crying Needs,
Israel, Notes, etc.
Consul General Goodnow was in
charge of two American soldiers on the
Hongkong Maru yesterday. They were
members of the legation guard at Pe
king and are being taken to San Quen
tin to serve a term for burglary.
Footings of tax collections for Oahu
this month, on the 16th of which taxes
became delinquent, have not yet been
made, on account of the returns from
Waialua, Koolauloa and KoolauDoko
not having been received. In round
numbers Honolulu has contributed
$490,000 and Ewa $142,000.
AT YOUNG HOTEL
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for a
Kodak we can supply you. We
have a new lot of the most UD-to-date
Kodaks made. We shall be
pleased to show them.
VELOX and other printing pa
pers direct from the factory.
FILMS, all sizes, in spools of six
CRAMER DRY PLATES are
considered by professional and
amateur the best. All sizes in
ALBUMS in great variety. In
fact we can supply you with
most anything required in the
Yale and Harvard graduates in the
Territory will give a smoker Saturday
evening at the Young Hotel roof
garden. Invitations have been sent
by the committee having the matter in
charge to all the known college gradu
ates in the city, but all other Yale
and Harvard men are cordially in
vited to attend whether specially in
vited or not. An enjoyable evening is
promised for all who come.
The Boy and the Grindstone.
When you turn the grindstone make
the fire fly such is the cheapness of
our prices on athletic goods. Boxing
gloves at $1.50 per set up, at pearson
and potter company.
A gray and white Angora cat with
large bushy tail has been lost. Re
ward if returned to 1911 Keeaumoku
We have paid special attention to our
art goods and have the department un
der a oompetent head, who has an
abundance of the newest Ideas and will
make suggestions of value to you in
Among our art goods are new lines of
Filo, Rope, Twist and Em
broidery Silks, in all colors.
Our Silks are all is holders, like illus
tration, which are savers of time and
money, as there can be no entangling.
TO USERS or
It is a source of no small
wonder to competent Judges of
good tobacco that any firm is
able to produce for only ten
cents a cigar so perfect from
every point of view as the
It is true that the Havana Is
choicer Havana than is being
put into any other cigar today.
It is true that in workman
ship, flavor, and thorough re
liability the General Arthur
cigar is wonderfully good.
These things are made possi
ble by the magnitude cf the
with a small concern it would
be absolutely impossible.
The capital and resources of
the largest cigar manufactur
ing business in America can
reasonably be expected to
produce results which far sur-
pass the efforts of an ordin
forge New Size 10c Straight,
at Catalogue prices.
Orders will be filled at
New York prices.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Drs. Water house & J udd
Corner Miller and Beretanla Sts.
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 3 p. m.
7:36 to 8 p. m. Monday. Wednesday
9 to a. m., 4 to 6 n. m.
7:30 to 8 p. m., Tuesday, Thursday
Office Phone White 3492.
There is only one right way, and
that's the way we do at the
No long and tiresome treatments.
I Everything done with dispatch and
strictly high class. 1057 Fort St., over
I Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Buy one before you sail
mm t poms a, ltd.
Union and Hotel Sts.
Phone Main 317.
iATS and CLOTHING
At right prices call at
TWO STORES. TWO STORES
132 Fort St., below King and 152 Hotel St.., opposite Young Bhii
DEPOT OF THE "BOSS OF THE ROAD OVERALLS."
This week we inaugurate our
Great Alteration Sale of
in DRESS GOODS, LACES,
RIBBONS and EMBROIDER
IES, at marvelously low prices.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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We have just received a complete shipment of the famous
EGLENTINE METAL, SPURS, BITS AND STIRRUPS,
manufactured by Ferdinand Eglinton.
They are GUARANTEED NOT TO RUST or change
color always brilliant in any climate.
We also carry a large assortment of genuine English
Saddles, Australian Saddles, American Saddles and a large
stock of Harness, Collars, and Bridles.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
You can Save 20 to 30 per cent
by purchasing your Table
Damask, Napkins, Damask
Cloths, Turkish and Irish Linen
Towels, Blankets, Bed Spreads,
Rugs and Curtains, at this sale.
E. W.Jordan & Co.. Ltd.
THE ISLA.ND MEAT CO. t
A new enterprise located on Fort Street, opposite Love Building
sn for Busfneei
JL A supply of the finest quality of......
J Island Meats, Poultry and Game T
A ALWAYS ON HAND.
T We have now on hand a supply of
from the KAHIKINUI RANCH,
Ordar !Mow for Thnnksglving A
THE TRUE CRITERION IS QUALITY
The attention of connoisseurs i called to the superla
tive quality of
which is being shipped into this country. In London, the
acknowledged home of wine connoisseurs, where
QUALITY REGULATES PRICE
Pommery commands from two to six dollars more a case
than other leading brands, as per figures taken from Ridley's
Wine and Spirit Trade Circular, London.
POMMERY. Vintage 1893. 86s. to 91s.
G. H. MUMM. Vintage 1893, 70s. to 76s.
PERRIER JOUET, Vintage 1893, Extra Cuvee G. 65s. to 66s.
MOET AND CHANDON, Vintage 1893, Extra Cuvee 20. 79s. 3d. to
LOUIS ROEDERER, Vintage 1893, Extra Cuvee J, 68s. to 74s.
In Honolulu, however, Pommery is sold at the same
prices as other leading brands.
W. C PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
r fhllF At Bro.
Harness, Saddles and Turf Goods
P. O. Bom 13S.
Office, Stock Yards Stable.
Honolulu and Boeia Stage Lino.
Leaves Honolulu at 9 a. m. returning
at 4 p. m. Fare: 11.25. Roung trfft,
$2.00. No tourist trip is complete with
out this stage ride.
E. H. LEWIS, Manager.
Goo Kim, DRY and FANCY GOODS
PERRY BLOCK, : : Corner Hotel and Nuuanu Street
NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER,
and everything just as represented.
Small Musical Instruments.
Limited space Will not allow us to
mention any of the beautiful art goods
Id this line but we would iiraress on
you that visitors are always welcome.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS
Oar. prt and Beretanla Streets.
FOR SURETY BONDS, OFFICIAL BONDS, JUDICIAL BONDS, AND OTHER BONDS, APPLY TO
The United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co.
Home Office, Baltimore, Md.
Post Office Box 346
HONOLULU, T. H.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands