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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEIiTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 28; 1504.
Following is an amusing extract from
T. McCants Stewart's latest effusion.
There are nine personal pronouns in it:
"I began my work this noon. I was
the principal speaker at the Commer
cial Men's Club meeting held in the
down-town district. Seth Low will
speak there on Thursday and Fair
banks on Friday, when the campaign
will squarely open here. Over one
thousand business men and their em
ployees heard me today. The hall
was packed men stood everywhere.
I spoke for over a nair-nour, ana at . There l44 page, o the docu-
the close 01 my speecn tne auaience ment.
Ti The Aquarium is open evenings ti
U from 7 to 9:30. S3
n . v . ti
Mrs. Elate Neumann has returned
from Europe. j
C. J. Hutchins and his wife left for ,& a deuc;ous -white grape juice bottled
Kauai last evening on the Mikahala. j
Tho Governor denies that he is going especially for us by a California grape
to speak at. the Sixth precinct meeting.!
It is nature's sparkling beverage ar d
more delicious than wine. Of course
it is wholesome as well as delightfil
to drink. Try it Sold at the fountain
ioc per glass. 25c and 50c bottles.
Dr. St. Sure deoarted on the .Mika-
j hala. He is to be the physician at Ke-
kaha and will begin practicing at once.
Mr. Wm. Waterhouse and Mrs. Al
bert "Waterhouse have gone to Kauai.
Mrs. Albert "Waterhouse will visit at
Lihue for a week -or ten 4ays-
Secretary A, I. C. Atkinson hs un
der his hand from "Washington the page
proofs of the Governor's Report ror
a m a A At i.V vv-in
membership card, which I b!i&. al
4, At a meeting of the Hawaiian Asso
ciation Football League last night D.
W. Anderson was elected president,
Robert Anderson, vice-president; A. A.
Catton, secretary; J. H. Catton, treas
urer; E. Monroe, manager. It was de
cided to accept me DaseDau irusiees
offer of the Baseball Park for the com
ing season. Considerable time was
spent in discussing the constitution and
by-laws drawn up by W. "W. Thayer,
W. Soper and S. Beardmore. .
sprang to their feet and cheered the A rorti0n of the bitumen pavement
speaker and Hawaii; and I was made; being tried as an experiment on
a member of the club, holding now; a yueen street nas own mm wu.
Princess Theresa gave a luau at Bel
lina'a ranch, KaimukI, last night. Dem
ocratic politics were served with the
viands. Prince David befng the leading
Governor Carter is subpoenaed to ap
pear before the irrand Ury today, pre
sumably to be asked for Detective Hat
ter's report or an oral statement or. its
The Citizens Mosquito Committee
will hold a meeting at Dr. Cooper's or-fice,-Alakea
street, at 4 o'clock this aft
ernoon to hear Agent Hall's report and
consider the further campaign.
Jude Dole vesterday heard argument
on Lyle A. Dickey's motion in arrest
of judgment in the Kabayakawa dis
tilling case and reserved decision. Dis
trict Attorney Breckons opposed tne
There will be a Halloween Social this
evening at 7:30 o'clock In the parlors
of the Central Union church by the
Central Union Christian Endeavor So
ciety. All are most cordially Invited
Arthur Bravmer Job Batchelor, Al.
Moore, H. E. Murray and Isaac Sher-
-r. aro Jjinrtidatf'3 for the rnn
Sheriff's clerkship. F. M. Bafere, U-d.
Crabbe and A. W. Heen are applicants
fcr the deputy clerkship
a new di of the great seal of the
Territory of Hawaii has been made in
son Pranpisro. Tne ola one De-
come unsatisfactory. Secretary Atkin-
son naj received a-n uupii-
fj-nm the die. which shows a clearcut
wiin hnvinc- subscribed its share, of
SQRri to Bdd to Admiral Beckley's Jiowo,
the Government appropriation of" $1000
is now available, making jyta in an,
for erecting the pavilion in Mooheau
park, Hilo. The work will therefore at
tt irr tirhrt Totnmed from a
visit to the St. Louis Exposition in the
Ventura. wa In a bad street railway
accident In St. Louis. Though so bad-
iv hurt as to need two days in hospit
i , wna one of the least injured 01
the passengers involved In the smasn.
Admiral Terry expects to leave Ho
nolulu with his family In the steamer
Doric on November 16, gcing home by
way of the Orient. Coptaln Lyon, his
successor as commandant 01 ine
nolulu naval station, is expect ad to ar
rive the same day in the steamer Sier
ra. . .
Notice is given by authority in this
issue of the regulation just adopted by
the Board of Agriculture against the
importation of animate crea.ure3 in
jurious or liable to become injurious,
to forests trees, plants or other vege
tation of value. The flying, fox, or fruit
eating bat, and the land crab are spe
cialized in the prohibition.
. ' .
Beturna of the Fight.
Cable bulletins of the fight for the
lightweight championship of the world
between Jimmie Brltt and , Joe Gans
will be received at the Columbia Sa
loon Monday evening, October 31st.
I'M COMFORTABLE !
Ton see I am on a
Satin Ice Pad
"Whitney & Marsh special today.
Fine wash goods special, ll yards for
. $1.00, at "Whitney & Marsh's today.
A nartv advertises in our classified
Advertisements for a good, reliable
A lot of elegant household furniture
-will be sold today at Morgan's auction
rooms at 10 o'clock.
"Will E. Fisher has a number of choice
bouses to let. See him at his office.
180 Merchant street.
A good billiard table will be sold at
,hUr. auction by "Will E. Fisher to
morrow at 10 o'clock.
The latest ana mosi myiiBn
at Miss Powers' millinery parlors, iios
ton building. Fort street.
A Japanese boy, one who speaks good
situation in a pri-
vat. rmiiv as cook. See our classified
a rtv nd-ertlses for a furnished
cottage 01 iour or uvc -
tenant. See our classified advertise-
mrtta on last ttagre
A black leather hand-bag containing
an boo reen lost. nc
mona-y, pay". -----
ward for return of same is at the Pa
ifir- Mutual Insurance Co.'s.
"They melt in your mouth" do Peak
Frean's delicious biscuits.
Ltd.. have a lot fresh, and crisp, just
,ed IS!) Kinff street. Telephones
Save a few dollars each week and
. the "Phoenix Savings,
invest iiitrm ,. ,
Building and Loan Association and In
a few years you wm ue y
, vnnr savings have increased.
ICdUl ' J -
, r mnrt?a s-e sale 01
foreclosure vr. - f
leasehold of premises on the corner
Pauahl and Nuuanu -
rrovements on same, on Monday next
' .... ,1 1 The sale will iaKe
atls "SS. Merchant
WiU Visit Pitcatro.
George S. Shepara, a..."
torney of this city, is planing a novel
outing that will carry him down w
. fikr,i,fl nronoses to
South Pacinc. jur. o- -
hv a. ten-ton schooner and;
Jwith a party of friends go on a visit to. Lflwlhftiti
Pitcairn Island. He took a long nence yuu t -
a sailing vessel last year anuu--- t SpECIALl FKltny.
. . vessel touched .was
Pitcairn. Mr. Shepard was so interest
ed In the descendants of the Bounty
mutineers that he decided to visit them
and their island again at the first op
portunity. As sailing ships do not call
at Picairn regularly, the attorney has
made up bis mind to fit up his own
vessel and undertake the trip. His in
tention is to sail from here about Janu
ary 1. The voyage will require about
four months' time-Portland Oregon-
Dimond I Co
Distributors for the Territory of
rri Jij iri '
x , 'lit f.-Z
Kf 5 FIB i
W. C. Peacock & Co.
For fine livery or good board for
Fort above Hotel St., Telephone Main
I : The Swell Cigar, to be had
I, " . ; At the
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO,
New Store, Ewa cor. King and Bethel
The Official and Commercial Record
mi a long felt want. Published Mon-
Standard Patterns Are Superior to All
L B. KEBR & CO., LTD
SOLE AGENTS. -
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jap Ar DrlUlng.
In the evening between the hours of
seven and eight Japanese in khaki uni
forms can be seen hurrying to the yard
of the Japanese School in the alley
way on Nuuanu avenue just mauka of
Vineyard street. Here they drill in the
dark and can b-.heard from the street
counting off and going through the
manual. They probably belong to . the
next series of reserves and are puttin
in a little practice in anticipation of
being called out soon.
Quite a lot of handsome shirt
waist hats and tailored hats are just
out of their band boxes. They came
direct from the East and should
- have been here for our Autumn
millinery display. Extremely stylish
and up-to-date. All at . special
PrSee"the stylish shapes from $3-75
upward shown in our Beretama
This department is filled with
delightful new coods for. late
a -nri Winter wear.
New Walking Skirts $2.25 upward.
The New Butcher J acKer, in. urn
Tourist Coat, new and stylish
-n-it camnle line of Misses
lctaii. r- .... 1 1
.n xvr alilce. verv stylish.
Ladies' 'Cravanette and Travelling
- Coats. .
Sample line of alpacca shirt-waist
Sample silk shirt-waist suit, no two
Lidies' Silk Petticoats ?5-75-New
3- Tiiioweeii Social
ciety of the.
Sr rss " - 8, s, m n goods CO,
which all are welcome. From sunar
hints dropped by those in charge there
Trill be something . doing.
Corner Fort and Beretania Street.
UNDERWOOD WRITING MACHINES.
U I t -jgW"? f .TO B"
That the Underwood visible writ
ers are growing in popularity is
were received by us on last
steamer, and we have more on the
way. Some of these were already
ordered, and the balance have all
been sold during the two days
they have been on view, and will
all be delivered during the present
Better call and investigate, ;md place your order for one of the next
No matter what machine you may have used, or are now using, the
ic th, UNDERWOOD.
f PEARSON & IOTTEIl CO., LTD.
Not Republicans or Democrats
But Ladies Are the Home Rulers
If they make their pretty dresses for themselves and children
from o . ;
FANCY MATERIALS WITH LACE TRIMMINGS
Now being shown by
E. W. JORDAN &
Nothing that Nature
of man can equal
Sold by all drug;
17 Hotel Street.
produces for the good fes
. . If
gists, hotels and bars. t W
Agents. rnone iiain ziy. y
Jlw Lando .
New lines of
SSliiPts Slats', an
WHICH DO YOU PREFER?
IMPORTED SOAP MADE FROM CLAY
onolulu Soap Works
MADE FROM TALLOW?
o o o FRED L. WALDRON, Agent.
TOURISTS' WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
J". -S-XDIE. Sxop-
icS Beretania Street. Phone JLJlue 3552. upposite nawanan nuic,
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YOU DO NOT STOOP BUT STAND ERECT
THE UNITED STATES ROTARY WASHERS
This is the lightest running machine on the market. The clothes are turn
ed back and forth through the hot soap-suJs and cleaning them without
rubbing them to pieces.
This is our second shipment and parties who have used these machines
speak very highly of them.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. .
? HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
Housekeepers Ought to Know
Something about "lable Butter"
Learn to buy certain brands that are known to be urst class ana
11 finH ;ntisia.ctorv.
nidi- tvwiji : -
If you wih the best brand pure and fresh ask for
SUNRISE CREAMERY BUTTER
Guarantee goes with every pound. ;
Remember, we keep up-to-date family groceries and Island
meats, etc., etc. '
Corner Beretania Av. and Alakea St. Tel. Blue 251
Full Hnes of TRUNKS and VALISES at 1024, Fort Street, (I. O.
O. F. no? building), and 152 Hotel Stre
TWO OF CAMPBELL'S PAWAA
Modern improvements good neighborhood. Call or address
W. M. CAMPBELL
YOUNG STREET. : : : : NEAR PUNAHOU.
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B I fi I I 11 I I
-ji m jj b s
Wilder Steamship Co.
Inter-Island Steamship Co.
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
For Sale at
awaiian Gazette Co.
Von-Holt Block, King Street.