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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 16, 1905. Castla & Cooke, Ltd 5 THE LEPER'S PORTION SCENE IN MOROCCO. 0 -- 0 -- 0 0 '1 lo 8 I f 1 1 R Qo East on the matchless train Overland Limited New cars and equipment, electric lights, library, reading lamp in every berth, barber shop, club car, best dining service, route the most scenic, through Ogden or Salt Lake City and Right to Chicago in 3 days. For tickets, reservations, etc.. ask agents of the Southern Pacific 613 Market Street, San Francisco, U. S. A. "WHO HATH NOT PAUSED "WHILE BEAUTY'S PENSIVE EYE, ASK ED FROM HIS HEART THE HOMAGE OF A SIGH." Perfect eyes can do wonders, but eyes perfect in depth or curvature are almost unknown. , We do not "make eyes," but do make bad eyes good by proper application of glasses when needed. ' A. N Sanford, BOSTON BUILDING, Fort Street. Over May & Co. GOOD TIE TO BUY LINOLEUMS First of all, our assortment of patterns is better than ever before and, what is fully as imoortant. we are offering: 1 them at a liberal discount for a few days. ' 10 per cent, discount on all plain and inlaid patterns. 20 per cent discount on all prints. It will be a pleasure to us to show you the stock. Lewers& Cooke, LIMITED. 177 S. King Street. Oahu Ice & Electric Co Ic delirered to any part o the cit. Ellaai ordeis promptly filled. Tel. Blue Crrx. P. O. Box 600. Office: Kewal. THROW'S BOOK STORE! 1063 Fort St., near Hotel, Is Headauarters for BOOKS on HAWAII, Including many out-of-print rarities, also the HAWAIIAN ANNUAL, the recognized reference handbook relating to these islands. THOS. G. THRUM Stationer. Bookseller. Etc. Its Hawaiian Realty ana Maturity Co., Limited. teal Estate, Mortgage, Loans and Investment Securities. Hones built on the installment plan Home Office: Mclntyre Bldg., Hono JaJa, T. H. L. K. KENTWELL, Gneral Manner. PIANOS If you want a ?n.i; call at the COYNE FURNITURE STORE $ i-r nvnih will buy a LUDWlfl. - i IIAIIIUN'OTO.V, KINGSBl'MY and Others. V Telephone Main 415. J. W. HALL. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 " - - ; - ' I- " 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4- 0 0 V o 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 - 0 0 0 -- 0 0 ; i 5 . LV ' " i -if A A FOREIGN ENVOY'S CHARITY TO THE LEPERS ON THE ROAD TO FEZ. The dress and mask w hich the law prescribes to the unfortunate lepers in Morocco closely resemble those worn by the lepers of England in the Middle Ages. To avoid spreading contamination, they must not receive alms with their hands, but hold out a wooden bowl to the charitable passer-by, who in this case is the Minister of a foreign Court on his -ay to visit the Sultan at Fez. DID HOT PRODUCE BALLOTS Chief Clerk C. R. Buckland of the Secretary'.s office was all ready yester day to obey the subpoena from the Federal court with the production of the ballots cast in the election for Delegate to Congress, which Curtis P. Iaukea, the Democratic candidate, is rntesting. The impedimenta were loaded upon a wagon, but the wagon did not cross the way. Neither did Mr. Buckland go to court. Attorney General Andrews appeared for the chief clerk and interposed a plea in bar of production of the bal lots. He argued that the Secretary had nothing more than a notary's func tions to perform with respect to the elections, and had no power under the Organic Act to break the seal upon a package of ballots. If Judge Dole decides the point well taken, it will be a hard blow to Iau kea's cause. BIDS FOB PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTS Bids were opene, as follows at tne office of the Superintendent of Public Works yesterday: Concrete arch culvert. Halawa: J. Mansfield, $3721: H. F. Bertelmann, $3429; H. De Fries, $32."); A. A. Wil son, $3240; L. M. Whitehouse, $237S; Cotton Bros. & Co., $2S62; Silva & Cos ta. $279l; Lord & Briber, $2761.30. Concrete arch culvert, Ilonouliuli, BUCKLAHO Dandruff ii a contagious disease caused by a microbe. GOING-! G-OING!! GONE!!! HtftrlCIBE WILL SAVE IT. HERPICiM WILL doim't Cry Fake The mere mention of "hair remedy" throws some men into a tit of unreasonable incredulity. It is true that before the microblc origin of baldness was discovered that most hair remedies were Drug Stares, S1.C0. Send 10c, stamps, to HERPICIDE CO. Dent. H. Detroit. Mich for a samniP Wewbro's Herpicide The ORIGINAL remedy that "kills tbe Dandruff arm." HOLLISTER DRUG CO., SPECIAL AGENTS. Application at Prominent Barber Shops. . m . lf : , X !f'4 -A I -1 u 1 f I 4 ' . i ! i ' Vi 4 H i I"4 ii ? 1 il ,f f ft - Xa i . - . THE FUNDAMENTAL LAW OF HAWAII CONTAINS: 1. The first Constitution of Kame hameha III, 1840, including the pre viously issued Bill of Rights. 2. The first laws of Hawaii, enacted under Kamehameha III, (1833-1842), published together in 1842. 3. The law creating and principles guiding the Land Commission. 4. The second Constitution of Ka mehameha III, 1852. 5. The Constitution of Kamehameha V, 1S64. 6. The Constitution of Kalakaua, 1887. 7. The Proclamation and orders Inci dent to the establishment of the Provi sional Government, 1S93. S. The Constitution of the Republic Hawaiian Gazette Company, Honolulu, T. H. Enclosed herewith find hve dollars to pay for one copy of the Fundamental Law of Hawaii, which please send to Name Address Cut this out and mail it to the Hawaiian Gazette Com pany, Honolulu, T. H. with $5 and the Fundamental Laws of Hawaii will be immediately mailed to you, postage prepaid. No. 1: H. F. Bertelmann, $4330; A. A. Wilson. $36S5; H. De Fries, $3299; Sil va & Costa, $3035; Lord & Belser, $3026; Cotton Bros. & Co., $2!33; L. M. I Whitehouse, $2661. Concrete arch culvert Honouliuli, SAVE IT. TOO LATE FOR RERPICI0E. worthless, but not many of them were designedly so. Chronic baldnes is incurable but tts fore runners, dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair can be cured by stopping the microbic growth with Newbro'a Herpicide. it prevents reinfection. Money back if unsatisfactory. Delightful bair dressing. Stops itching of sca!p Instantly. v" " Ik 4 0 - 0 0 0 0 of Hawaii, 1S94. 9. The treaty annexin the United States, 1897. Hawaii to 10. The Resolution of the Hawaiian Senate ratifying the annexation treaty, 1857. 11. The Joint Resolutlpn of Congress annexing Hawaii, 1898. 12. The documents and procedure in cident to the transfer of the sovereign ty and possession of Hawaii to the United States, 1898; and the executive orders of President McKJnley relating to the government of Hawaii, Issued during the transition period between the date of annexation and the pas sage of the Organic Act, 1S98-1900. 13. The Act of Congress organizing i Hawaii into a Territory, 1990 No. 2: J. Mansfield. SSy'4; II. F. Ber telmann. $1910; A. A. W.son, $1790; II. De Fries, $1479; Cotton Bros. & Co.. $1460; Lord & Belser, $1422; Silva & Costa, $1420; L. M. Whitehouse, $13S8. Coal for Kalihi pumping- station, Honolulu water works: Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co., the only bidder, at $9 per ton for Departure Bay and $S.."0 for Pacific Cooperative coal. Fort street extension sewer: L. M. Whitehouse. $1098; Lord & Belser, $908. : reeky in Court. Charles S. Desky appeared as ad vocate for himself in fighting the con firmation of sale of the Pacific Heights Railway Co.'s property before Judge r.obinon yesterday. Besides pleading and examining witness! he volunteered testimony and also was called to the stand by W. O. Smith, trustee for the bondholders and attorney, who joins with Mr. Desky in the protest. The hearing will continue at 3:30 today. Bad Boy Escapes. At S:03 r- ni. station from a report to the police Waialua courthou- stated that a 14-year-old boy named . Hanakeoki from Ililo had escaped from i the Wain lee Reform School during the ' afternoon. r it ' s i i n i en i of Ructions Friday's Auction AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, Kaahumanu St., I will sell Prints, Hats. Fine Oil Paintings. Furniture, 1 New Stove. Oil Jackets, Coats. Sacks Rice. Also fine Rifles, comprising: 1-22 c Winchester Repeater. 1-22 c Single Shot Winchester. 1-22 c Ma rtin Repeater. J AS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. SF1LB OF OF BANKRUPT STOCK OF I. Levingston The entire stock of this firm com prising1 Shirts, Hats, Collars, Ties, Bath Robes, Underwear, and all lines of Gents furnishing goods will be on sale SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, at the Waity Building (formerly Oriental Ba zaar), King street. All goods will be sold at less than cost. JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. Property Sales At Auction Foreclosures SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1905 Valuable Property Alakea- street. At (front entrance) Judiciary Bldg. 12 O'CLOCK NOON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1905 The Puna Sugar Plantation. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. iinnduncerr 'AT AulW HONOLULU. COMMISSION MERCHANTS . -V SUGAR FACTORS. AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Co. The Waialua Agricultural Co. T ' The Kohala Sugar Co. The Waimea Sugar Mill Co The Fulton Iron Works, St. Loul. The Standard Oil Co. The George F. Blake Steam Pumn.. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Life Jnnx ance Co., of Boston. The Aetna Insurance Co., of Hert ford, Conn. The Alliance Assurance Co., of L don. " NO PLATES fCU The Expert Dentist Tor Honest Work at Low PrlM F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. a mb aoiei sireer, i front of Building. HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY. Machinery Black Pipe,' Galvanize Pipe, Boiler Tubes, Iron and Steel En gineers' Supplies. Office Nutianu street. Works Kakaako. OHIman Rouso Coquet Cigar CZAVER LUNCH ROOMS B. i. BT0I.T1. NEW SPRING- nilllnerTr AT Miss Poser's MHlfaery Porfors Boston Building:, Fort Street. W. W. flHflfifl & CO. Limited Merchant Tailors Waity Building, King St. Phone Bine 2741 OpporlUt Utvertlser OfTUt American and Foreign Worstaada JAPANESE AND AMERICAN. Dry and Fancy Goods Manufacttrers of Straw Hats. IWAKAMI & OO HOTEL STREET. K. Fukuroda JAPANESE AND AMERICAN , DRY GOODS Straw Hat Manufacturer. 1 Robinson Block. 28 to 32 Hotel at. Roofs, Repaired BY WM. T. PATY. Carpentry all kinds attended t. Give us a call. A FINE NEW ASSORTMENT Direct from China. in all rnlnre also embroidered pieces for ShirtwabSt i Kwong Yuen Hing Go. no ana ss j. img street. COURTEOUS TREATMENT. PROMPT ATTENTION. BEST QUALITY AND LOTS MOM AT C0NS0LIDA1ED S0D1 HM mm PHONE MAIN 71. S. YOKOMIZO Fire Wood For Sale AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. Queen Emma Hall. Orders Received by Phone Blue 1211 Promptly Attended to. COTTON BROS. & CO. ESGINEERS AND GENERAL COW" TRACTORS. Plans and Estimates furnished for U classes of Contracting "Work. Boston Block, : : : : Honlul. JOHN NEILL 135 Merchant Street. MACHINERY REPAIRED. mA nnpral P.iarksmithiri' 3rass Goods, Pipe and Fittings, Bur rows' Wire Screens.