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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL: ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, "JANUARY n, 1904.
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TurtainS Children's Dresses Cotton Skirts
VUUH1U White and colored; 2 years old. m piiix
MmitrC ' 2 to i2e"arS old ' : . linen and tvhite
5parC5 white Poke Bonnets
r..vu $300. Reduced to Woolea Slirts and Snifs
COUCll- S2 25
wv??!r? ' Woolen Jactets
COVClS Snn Bonnets ...lb . .
Pink, Blue and Red, 50c; reduc- bMCK olIK tOllS
' 40c . ..'"Silk Shirtwaists
- PACIFIC IMPORT CO. will commence MON
V DAY, JANUARY nTH, the Greatest (value giv
ing) Muslin Underwear Sale ever held in Hono-
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V NEWT" 'ATTRACTIVE
r AND WELL-MADE
Chemises, Gowns, Skirts, Corset-covers
at prices that will malL this stock of underwear
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GREAT REDUCTION SALE IN-
Republicans Who Refuse the Oath
Turned Out of Office by
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE DRESS SKIRTS
o Do Not Miss This Chance -o
MAUI, Jan. 9. On the 4th county
government on Maui was inaugurated
at Wailuku with some pomp and cere
mony. At noon the twelve county of
ficers elect arrived at the court house
in carriages and were received by the
local military company.
After the formality of administering
the oath of office, Circuit Judge J. W.
Kaiua in a most felicitous speech in
Hawaiian stated that he had approved
the bonds of the Supervisors and con
gratulated them on their accession to
Chairman T. B. Lyons of the Super-
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
And HO per month will buy the re
maining lot, 50x81 oft School street, on
the lame adjoining1 the Dr. . Emerson
premises and opposite the home of
fudge Ferry. But a minute's walk
firom the Electric Car line.
rrj on t
Every inch one pushes off beyond the
normal dlstsnce of twelve Inches, after
eye failure begins, means an inch of
danger. ; .
Ninety-nine. persons out of a hundred
ma? do it safely; you may be the one
Those having the best eyes when old
age comes will be those who heed the
first call for help. '
A. N. S AN FORD,
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.,
Ocer Jfoy Jk C.
Eyesight Testing and Spectacle Pitting
. are our Exclusive Work.
BEQUEATHED HIS ESTATE TO FIANCEE.
. The will of Henry U. Frankel, xthe wealthy tobacco supplies
manufacturer, who died recently, when tendered for probate this
morning, revealed a touching romance in the life of Mr. Frankel, by '. visors replied thanking the judge for his
bequeathing his entire estate to Miss Hannah Berg, his fiancee. 5 (courtesy. Then the new county sheriff
The third paragraph of the will explains that the parents of took charge of tne Plice department
at- T7 .ni uj i j-.aa e r,f 'au 1 and the five supervisors went into ses-
I IdllNCl UclU UCC11 ailipiV piUVlUCU 1UI Ills ucaill, OHU
that reason are not named as beneficiaries of the will. The para-
.sion which has continued all the week.
The bonds of the other seven officers
6'" Ui l".v "wtt 10 l" ! were approved and minor appointments
; i aevise ana Dequeatn to riannan lierg an. tne rest ana resiaue discussed.
oi my. estate ot every kina ana description, wirerever snuatea. - i . Quite a heated controversy took place
1 make this devise and bequest of my love and artection lor during one of their meetings concerning
her, which it is my present hope shall be consummated by a marpiage the retention in office of Wm. saffery,
with her, in the event of mv recovery from my present illness; and deputy sheriff of "Wailuku, who is
Republican and who refused to take the
oath to the Home Rule party. Sheriff
White wished to appoint him whether
he would affiliate with Home Rulers or
not, but the Supervisors at length had
their way and thus emphasized the
v great principle of Maul Wnmo i?i0,0
Keuka Lake Is one of the most attractive of the great chain of that no one shall hold a county office
because of her long continued loving kindness and attention to
me, and those most dear to me."
Mr. FrankeFs death occured but a few days after the writing of
the wilL Lousville Evening: Post.
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SHE TOOK THEM AT THEIR WORD.
Nothing else "
th bill o'f are' like'
lakes in the interior of New York State. Bluff Point at its head is
a bold promontory, which rises grandly and impressively. It was
upon the banks of this lake that the famous "Jemima Wilkinson"
founded a colony nearly three generations ago and announced that
she could walk upon the water of the lake. A large crowd gathered
to see her undertake the experiment. Turning to her followers she
asked,: "Have you all faith that I can walk upon the water?" "We
lave! ;We have!" her followers replied. " Then there is no use in
my undertaking to do so," she replied.
save without my Walking upon the water." Syracuse Telegram.
without subscribing to the party oath.
The Republican district magistrates,
nom-over appointees of Governor
role, have also beenasked to subscribe
to this "cast-iron" pledge.
Judges W. A. McKay of Wailuku and
Charles Copp of Makawao have refus
ed and consequently two new judges
nave been appointed. Confusion, fric-
T i rY r r 1-? tAfKriMn " . m. 1 - .
Tf , l,o,. foM, 1.11 U . " iiva wuiae musi nappen
j-i j-t "an. laiiu y riioii uv, rrom ttiese actions. v
On Thursday Judge McKay adjourn-
1 o ea tne wailuku district court, there
u o . tt r , , ' 'seemingly being no business. Imme-
Here is Secretary Hays apothegm, written when he was still diately on his departure a. new mt.
aDle to see the comic aspect OI diplomacy: trate. Thomas Clark, enters the court-
'There are three soecies of creatures who. when thev . seem mminw rooin and tries a case of wiich Judge
x - ' - McKaV had no Infnrmatinn At -Mib-a.
die gumg, 1 wao on Friday Hao KekaDai apneareii
When they seem going they come: Diplomats, womem and crabs." ln the court room and declared that he
"rxascriptive book-'et with proofi of its
value on request.
Por Whoopirijg Couh, Croup, Coughs,
Bronchitis, Influenza, Catarrh.
It cures because the air rendered strongly antiseptic
is carried over the diseased surfaces of the bronchial
tubes with every breath, giving- prolonged and constant
treatment. Those of a consumptive tendency, or sufier-'
ers from chronic bronchitis, find immediate relief from
coughs or inflamed conditions of the throat.
Cresolene is a boon to Asthmatics.
. All Druggists.
THE VAP0-CRESOLENE CO.. 180 Fulton St.. New York City.
tory to the transplanting which is to
take place in February.
The planters are now , burning off
their old patches, an event rarely pos
sible in that wej country and in con.se
i had received his commission as, district quence of this good fortune, it is proph-
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designs are handsomer than
ever. Wall papers, like dress
fabrics, tax the genius of cele
brated artists in designing new
' patterns, and it is now possi- .
ble ' to give the home a highly
artistic decorative interior at a
wonderfully low cost.
We invite an inspection of our
177 South King Street.
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i iawaiian Legend f
1 of the i
magistrate of Makawao. Judge Copp
maintained that he was the district
magistrate and should act as such until
the expiration of his commission,
Inasmuch as the Supervisors have the
power to fix salaries, their probable
plan is to "freeze out" recalcitrant
judges by failing to appropriate any
money for their salaries.
Another case of friction between Ter
ritorial and county authorities is this:
Enorme Ferreira of Kokomo (Maka
wao) received a light wine and beer li
cense to date from December 30, 1903,
but signed by Treasurer Kepoikai at
10:35 a. m. Jan. 4, 1904. County Attor-
esied that next season will be a fine
There was no service . in the Paia
Foreign church last Sunday owing to
the illness of Rev. Dr. E. G. Beckwith.
From last reports the doctor has well-
Friday afternoon, the 8th, Mrs. D. 13.
Murdoch of Paia gave an afternoon tea
in honor of Mrs. Wm. A. Baldwin.
Thirty-five ladies were present.
D. T. Fleming of Grove Ranch has
accepted the bookkeeper s position of
the Hamakua Ditch Extension Co. at
By -"Tuesday's steamer Mrs. Wm.
ney John Richardson declares Fer- Mann departed for Hawaii. Her hus-
reira's license illegal and the County band has recently been appointed head
Treasurer has issued a license to sell luna of the Hutchinson plantation,
light wine and beer at Kokomo to a To show the present status of the
Portuguese resident of Huelo. y County Act on Maul, Antone Borba,'
Some of the appointments of the Su- the Wailuku merchant, this week re-
pervisors are as follows: fused to furnish the Wailuku police
Deputy Sheriffs: For Wailuku, ; with some caps on the order of the
for Makawao, Adam Forsyth: for La- sheriff. Wm. White. He said however
(BY JULIAN D. HAYNE.)
With Artistic Illuminations by Viggo Jacobson.
THE GAZETTE CO. has recently secured a few copies of
this much talked of publication, which is now out of print.
9 Julian Darwin Hayne is a man who will long be remem-
haina, C. J3. Cockett; for Hana, W. L.
j Deputy Tax Assessors: For Wailu
ku, L. M. Vettlesen; for Makawao, Geo.
A B. Schrader; for Hana, W. L. Hardy;
O for Lahaina, Wm. Kaluakini.
0 TEACHERS' MEETING.
jioiiuiiy aiiernoon, ine ilu, me itusa
ers of Makawao district held their reg
ular meeting in the Makawao school
! house. The program consisted of -n
he would take the personal order or
Mr. W'hite which was not forthcom
ing. ' V
Weather: Generally pleasant with oc
ANALYSIS OF THE HOUSE.
Representative Burgess of Texas is
of an analytic turn cf mind. He has
Are you ever nervous? Do youTlio
awake nights, suffer from despondency,
and often feel discouraged? It's a terri
ble life to lsad. Don't suffer la this
way any more. Get strong and well.
j I vij9i jf ill
Follow the advice of Mrs. Thomas Pritchard,
of Adelaide, South Australia. She sends us
her photograph andl says:
" I had a terrible illness which left my
nerves all unstrung. I had severe headaches,
indication, sleeplessness, and my nerves
were just as weak as they could be. I then
tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla and I began to im
prove at once. My appetite returned, my
digestion improved, and my nerves became
Strong and steady."
bered in Hawaii for his many brilliant accomplishments and
his wonderfully checkered career.
The legend is well written and the artistic element reflects
great credit up on Mr. Jacobson.
Though but few people here have seen this book, nearly
all have heard of it and will be glad of the opportunity to se
cure a copy.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
y . instructive lesson on the new Re- J analyzed the House membership from j
? oeoooeoaoo ooooooaoooosor
'AXY WOMAN OR GIRL. NEEDING
fcelp or advice, is Invited to communi-
i V ete. either In person or oy letter, wits
t s"" Ensiirn Nora. M. TJnderhill, matroa of
- V the Salvation Army Woman's Indus
trial Home, Young street, between Ar
tesian and McCuUy streets, xnauk
New Year's Advertiser ready for mail
, ia at 5c each to be had at iht office. -
a" month, delivered
public of Panama by S. R. Dowdle and
an exposition of the "Teaching of
Morals in Government Schools," by C.
E. Copeland. A plan of devoting a
whole day foi teachers' meeting every
two months instead of an afternoon
monthly is under consideration nd a
committee was appointed to report up
on it at next meeting. .
On the 1st, the First National Bank
of Wailuku declared and paid a divi
dend, of three per cent..
Epiphany was observed on he 6th
by local Roman Catholic churches.
Tuesday afternoon, the 12th, the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Maui Telephone Co. will be held at the
Paia Plantation office.
Superintendent R. W. Filler of the
Kahului R. t. Co. has Been malting
other notable improvements at Kahu
lui In addition to the new and ornate
railroad station. The square between
the Kahului store and the depot has
been filled in with good soil and planted
in grass. This park-like aspect is much
more impressive and attractive to the
visitor than the former sandy waste.
'The Keanae and Honomanu rice
planters have Just harvested a verv1
gooa rice crop, ai present iney are
busy planting their nurseries, prepara-
patronymic point of view, and the
following is the result:
"The Congressional camp is peculiar
ly equipped this session," said Mr. Bur
gess. "It hs one Field, one Little
fipld with a Hedere. but no crops; two
Moons, but no sky; some Mudd, but no i
rain; one Byrd, but no tree, though j
some Underwood; two Hills, but :
though it takes a Wade, neither river j
nor spring; one young amor, dui no
child; one Sheppard, but no sheep,
though one Lamb; one Cannon, but no
ball; some Hay, but no grass; one
Hogg, but no bacon; one Fowler, but
no gun; one Miller, but neither mill nor
wheat; eight Smiths, but neither shop
nor tools: three Coopers, but neither
hoop nor barrel: two Kitchins. but no
meals, one Woodyard, but no wood;
one Tawney Mann, two Browns, but
none white or black: one Badger, but
no dog; two Butlers, but no drink; two
Gardners, but no work; one Bishop,
but no church; two Gaines, but no loss;
one Graff, but no graft; no ship, but
one Hull; Hitt by only one Payne, thfe
camp takes a Knapp, snores Loud,
and wakes all Yright." Washing
There are many imitation M SarsapariUas.""
Be sure you get Ayer's.
Use Ayer's Tills with the SarsaparlHa.
These are purely vegetable pills. They core
constipation, biliousness, sick headache.
Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer 4 Co.. "well, Mass., "
Half hourly cars up the Heights con
nect with Rapid Transit.
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