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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY
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TROOPSHIP DAHCI essm I TT T 1!,
IT the r T "" - rSBSSSS H SPECIALS
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Manager Lake of the Alexander
"Young Hotel received a letter per the
Alameda from Captain A. P. Berrv
army quartermaster on the transport
Sheridan, in which he stated that the
tioopship was to leave San Francisco
n Wednesday, January 25, and would
piobably arrive here on Thursday, Feb
ruary 2. Captain Berry accepted Man
ager Lake's invitation for himself and
the officers and ladies traveling on the
transport to attend a dance at the
Alexander Young Hotel on arrival?
either on "Wednesday or Thursday
Captain Berry stated that the vessel
would carry but very few soldiers, but
would have a full list of cabin passen
gers. The Captain has authority from the
War Department for Mrs. Berry to ac
company him on the round trip of the
vessel. Mrs. Karnest Mead, wife of
Lieutenant Mead, executive officer of
the revenue cutter Bear, will also be
it passenger under the chaperonage of
Captain and Mrs. Berry.
The Hawaiian Government band will
play at the Young Hotel on Thursday
new sample shirt
Imported cows and chickens in Club
Big reduction sale in trimmed and
untrimmed hats now on at Sachs's.
Don't miss the bargains at Whitney
Marsh's clearance sale, beginning to
Charles Kahawai gives notice that he
will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by his wife.
C. Li. Wight was re-elected manager
f the Wilder S. S. Co. at a directors'
meeting held last Saturday, the 28th
B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s sale of house
hold goods will commence on Wednes
day Feb. 1. at 8 a. m. Remember the
A ottage on the beach at Waikiki is
ffered at a low rental. Also other
houses in the city. See Trent & Co.,
S38 Fort street.
A gold watch was lost somewhere be
tween Kinau street and Kalihi. The
finder will be rewarded if the same is
returned to 767 Kinau street.
The list of officers of the Wilder
Steamship Company who were elected
at the last stockholders' meeting is
published elsewhere in this issue.
Speia! sheeting sale at A. Blom's, in
Progress block, is now on. See the an
nouncement on page 2 for liberal reduc
tions en w,ell known standard goods.
Special sale of Chinese grass linen
in all colors; also embroideries and
pongee silk now on at Goo Kim & Co.,
at greatly reduced prices. Corner Nuu
inu and Hotel streets.
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Dr. Derby has returned from Kauai.
Sailors' Home restaurant now open.
White cooks employed; try a meal.
Dr. C. F. Frear returnee on Sunday
from a business trip to Kauai.
The Oahu Market Company, Ltd., has
declared a dividend of 1 per cent a
"if- r reu unaenoerg and child are
booked for passage to the Colonies on
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O. F., held its
regular meeting at Odd Fellows' Hall
It is expected that all the members
of the Legislature from the outside is
lands will be in Honolulu by the last
of this week.
.wrs. nrtord Kimball returned Sun
aav irom a Ions visit sncnt nn Kauai
with the Rices.
Deputy United States Marshal Frank
Winter returned from Alilo yesterday
cn the Kinau.
colonel Ceorge French of the Sal
vation Army will return to San Fran
cisco on the Alameda. L
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'"M vjri.ice x-ower is DOOKeu to.' leave
on the Alameda tomorrow for thtmain
land on a business trip.
JJr. L. L. Colburn of Los Angeles,
who is a guest at the Alexander Young
Hotel, will return to California on the
Mrs. Carroll and Miss Carroll of Bal
timore, Md., who have been stopping
at the Hawaiian Hotel for a couple of
weeks, will return to their home per
It is said that as the minority stock
holders will all be treated fairly no
steps will be taken to block any com
bination of the Wilder and Inter-Island
Mr. Sam Monsarrat, formerly of Ho
nolulu, but now connected with the
Pacific States Telephone Company of
San Francisco, is to be married in that
city on February 6 to Mrs. May Carr
In a letter received on the Alamedn
rrom a California correspondent, the
Hawaii Promotion Committee was in
formed that in Mendocino County there
was a frost which was so bad that it
looked as if snow would follow on its
.vioiur ior January contains a page
devoted to "A Motor Fiesta in Ha
waii, giving an account of the
Thanksgiving day parade, accompanied
by illustrations of the six vehicles tak
ing the prizes and receiving honorable
.rcerrnan irini or tait LaKe City, a
guest at the Young Hotel, who has
been enjoying the past two weeks in
Honolulu, is booked to return to the
States on' the Ventura, February
On Saturday he made a special trip to
the pineapple plantation near Pearl
City and was amazed at the wealth of
pines being raised there.
As shown by the comparative state
ment of Territorial Auditor Fisher, in
the month endinar Dec. 31. 1904. there
f the BltiThteut doubt aa to n
lasting and tiafiiuij Quality a trial
will entirely dir-iK-1 it. Any man cab
have with it as rvadili as though ba
had always shaved himself. The Gil
lette P-ufetj linzur la 84 Razor In
One. It haa twelve keen doubledged
t adt-s as thin as paper, tempered and
glass hardened by our prpces bo that
it takes diamond dust to grind
them. Each blade, gives ten to
thirty perfect shaves. Case and
bladea parked and aealed direct
JVojJ v f rom the factory, showing them,
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v fc w new. AtaB rottuj lurowr
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You cannot cut joursc If or fail to
Hive yourself a smooth, delightful
shave. AUillette lasts for years.
W hen yon have used each of the
edges until dull, return to ns and
we will give you six new pladea la
exchange at no cost to you.
Twelve additional bladea at nom
Call and examine the Gilletta.
It will cost you nothing to see it
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
Hawaiian Tcbacco Co.
Carry a swell line of clear Havana
ana Manila cigars, also El Merito. the
best 5c cigar.
Corner King and Bethel streets.
Phone Main 233.
At Less than Cost.
WALL, XICHOLS CO., LTD.
For 10 days only
Beginning January 30th.
Native or Hawaii
25 feet for $2.40
50 feet for $4.35
I'l. II Dill I CO.,
Dealers in Crockery, Glassware,
Household Necessities, Etc.
53, 55, 67 King street.
ALE NOW OH
E. W. JORDAN & Co., LTD.
and see the
They are beauties and the tone will
haunt you. Ten dollars first payment
and $S per month. Coyne's Furniture
Extraordinary Purchase Less Than
Half Ordinary Prices.
THIS MORNING WE WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING
LINES AT THE ABSURD QUOTATIONS HERE GIVEN.
THIS IS A SPECIAL PURCHASE WHIH CAME OUR WAY
AND WE MEAN TO SELL THE ENTIRE LOT QUICK AND
SHARP SO AS NOT TO INTERFERE WITH OUR ORDI
NARY TRADE. WITH THAT OBJECT WE HAVE NOT
CONSIDERED PROFIT FOR A SINGLE MOMENT. FUR
THER COMMENT IS UNNECESSARY THE PRICES SPEAK
See Our Window Display
T!? i-rr'-" ,- j''ii
Patented September 29, 1903.
Call and inspect the improvements in the-WILSON-WEBSTER
before shipment to Ewa Plantation.
Shops near Oahu Railway Station.
Address li communications to
A. A. WILSON,
Honolulu, T. II.
-Don't fail to attend the household
furniture sale on Thursday morning at j T-as but one department of the gov
ernment, namely the judiciary, that
the new auction room of the - isner.
Abies Company, Ltd., Fort and Queen
streets. Articles too numerous to men
tion will be offered for sale.
Tenders will be received by the Su
perintendent of Public Works for fur
nishing the ft'ater Works Department
with a lot of cast iron pipe, gate
valves, etc. All tenders must be pre
sented on or before noon of February
The Research Club meets this even
ing at the residence of W. W. Hall on
Nuuanu avenue. Judge Weaver w ill be
The Oahu Sugar Company has in
creased its dividend from Vs per cent
to 1 per cent a month, to take effect
next dividend day. '
Xobody appeared at the Customs
House yesterday to take the advertised
examination for engineers to work on
the Panama canal.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary Guild was held in the Sunday
school room at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Dick Garvin will become physical in
structor in the Police Department after
February 1, giving the "finest" lessons
in bag punching, wrestling, etc.
Tahtsmen are very much gratified at
the determination of Governor Carter
to put up a cup to be competed for in
a race around the island this coming
-The Hawaiian Electric Company will
hold its annual 'meeting at 3 p. m. to-
day. It is said that the proposition of '
increasing the capital stock will be
Clerk Maling of the United States
District Court took advantage of the
pportune call of duty to attend court
at Hilo to visit the volcano. His sis
ter -accompanied him.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany held yesterday afternoon a com
mittee was appointed to appraise the
property of the company, following the
example set by the Wilder Steamship
Company. This is preparatory to the
coming merger of the steamship lines.
Members of the County Act Commis-s-ion
meet in the Throneroom at the
Capitol this evening at 7:30 to try to
get together on the merging of the sev
eral plans proposed into one county act. j
The meeting is an open one and the j
ommissioners want to hear sugges
tions for improvements from whoever
sees fit to make them.
Th Honolulu Trades and Labor
Council has received a letter, which is
understood to be unfavorable, from the
San Francisco Trades and Labor Coun
cil concerning the Pinkham report. The
communication will not be made pub
lic, if it is made public at all. until
after it has been presented at the meet- j
"ins f the local body. i
exceeded in that month its expendi
tures for the corresponding month in
the previous year. That department
only exceeded the 1903 expenditure by
a little over eleven hundred dollars.
which is accounted for by the larger
number of cases disposed of. The
Governor himself saved over two
thousand dollars, and in the secre
tary's department is shown the as
tonishing saving of $9679.44.
REMARKABLE VALUES OFFERED i
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, BE
warp's the verv best chance in the
to pet. for almost nothing, the
pretty new hat wanted for any occasion.
The sale takes in our fine assortment
nf etriish. well trimmed and untrim
med hats at a reduction so great that
it will quickly reduce the stock,
j LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Trimmed Hats and
AT AN IMMENSE REDUCTION.
Cbildnn's Sailor Hats
AT ALMOST HALF PRICE.
See the display in our windows
Black Kid Button Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at go cts. A
Tan Kid Button Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at 95 cts.
Tan Lace Kid Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at 75 cts.
Black Button Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at $1.00.
Tan Button Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at $1.00.
Grey Cloth Oxford Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at 50 cts.
White Canvas Oxford Shoes, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at. . . . 75 cts.
Black Lace Kid Tip Oxfords, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at .... 90 cts.
Black Lace Kid Tip Oxfords, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at $1.25.
Tan Lace Oxfords, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at 65 cts.
Black Lace Kid Oxfords, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at $1.00.
Brown Lace Kid Oxfords, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at $1.25.
Black Kid Slinners. sizes 2 to 6 t-2 slnno-htprprl nt nc rts
x t 7 - j zj j 1 r
Tan Kid Slippers, sizes 3 to 7, slaughtered at $1.25.1
v nite, rmK ana riue ivia suppers, sizes 3 to 7, siaugliterea at 50 cts. j
Tan Lace Shoes, sizes 12 to 2. slaughtered at cts.
Black Kid Patent Tip, sizes 8 to 11 1-2, slaughtered at. .... . 75 cts.
Black Kid Button Shoes, sizes 13 to 2, slaughtered at 90 cts.
Tan Lace Shoes, sizes 6 to 8, slaughtered at 45 cts.
Black Button Shoes, sizes 6 to 8, slaughtered at 50 cts.
Black Lace Shoes, sizes 6 to S, slaughtered at 65 cts.
Black Button Shoes, sizes 9 to 12, slaughtered at 75 cts.
Tan Button Shoes, sizes 9 to 12, slaughtered at 65 cts.
Red Button Shoes, sizes 2 to 5, slaughtered at 35 cts.
Tan Lace Shoes, sizes 3 to 6 slaughtered at 40 cts.
Black Button Shoes, sizes 3 to 6, slaughtered at 40 cts.
Every Pair Marked In Plain Figures
THESE PRICES FOR SPOT CASH ONLY.
as the best the market affords, the following
Kerr &Co., Ltd.
Dry i leaning
Tour garments can be cleaned by
this process at
Mrs. A. M. Mcllls'
Sachs Block. Honolulu.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., LTD.
931 Fort Street.
Importers and Dealers in o
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES,
' GLOBE-WERNICKE FURNITURE,
TENTS, AWNINGS, AND ATHLETIC GOODS.
Cable Address "PEARPATCO"
P. O. Box ?S4.
Telephone Main 317.
"ACME RYE" WHISKEY,
PEACOCK'S "PRIVATE STOCK" BOURBON,
"A. B. C. BOHEMIAN BEER,"
"MARIE BRIZARD & ROGER" BRANDIES,
"GUNDLACH - BUNDSCHU'S" CALIFORNIA
CHATEAU MARGAUX," GRAND VIN 1894.
PEACOCK'S "P. P. C." COCKTAILS.
For sale by
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
No other food is subject to keener criticism than table
butter; and no butter receives so much praise from all mem
bers of the household as o
New shipment just received. Also CLARK FARM BUTTER.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45.
FINE ORIENTAL GOODS
At Greatly Reduced Prices At
SJ O A. 33P
lEsIcn.ol'TJLl-is. Scap "wcrlrs Co.
FRED. H WALDRON,
Sprcckels Bloc. Sales AgcnL