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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 26 1
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uau w very severe lung trouble
and was so weak that I could scarcely
walk about or talk. All mj friends
believed I could never get welL I
then began to take Ayer's Chew
Sectoral and immediately felt an in
prove ment. It took only two bottles
to work a co m plete cure. It certainl
laved my life."
This is one of thousands of testi
monials to the wonderful value ot
ykerri 9eeteral
In cases of colds, coughs, and lung
and throat troubles, of all kinds; A
standard and unrivaled remedy for
sixty years. !n large and small bottles.
Beware of imitation so-called
'Genuine Cherry Pectoral." Be sure
to get "AYER'S Cherry Pectoral."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. kyer & Co., Lowell, ui, tf. 5. 4.
HOLL.ISTER DRUG CO.. AGENTS,
NOTICE.
905.
oooo:
ANY WOMAN OR GIRL. NEEDING
help or advice, Is invited to communi
cate, either in person or by letter, with
Ensign L. Anderson, matron of the
Salvation Army Woman's Industrial
Home, No. 680 King street.
VISIT
THE
zoo
A trip to the Zoo, at Kaimukl,
is enjoyable to children and
parents alike.
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of animals and birds there
are other delights too numerous
to mention.
ADMISSION 10 CENTS.
Come and shake hands with
the Orang Outang.
Pure Wines
and Liquors
Family Trade Solicited.
mi4 tmj aht. n
Common
Precaution
often averts serious Ixs. A
i-'rr.:n..n j.ret iiition an-I atu- th.it
ensts but little. U to rent a Lkx
in our
X-
The i-!,t is ?" :t year an up,
arul yo-.ir va)u:i!.', s are then ab
solutely sAfe fn'in liie or thieves.
ft
LIMITED.,
F.rt Street,
Ilonoiulu.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Win. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
John D. Spreekels.. First Vice-President
W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice-President
II. M. Whitney Treasurer
Richard Ivors Secretary
E. L Spafding Auditor
SUGAR FACTORS AND
COMMISSION AGENTS.
AGENTS FOn
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Fran
Cisco, Cal.
Western Sugar Refining Co., San
Francisco, Cal.
Baldwin Locomotive WTorks, Phila
delphia, Pa.
New-all Universal Mill Co., M.inu
facturers of National Cane Shredder,
New York, N. T.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Baa
Francisco, Cal.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
'irk
AGENTS FOR THE
O '
X ' Royal Insurance Co., of Liverpool,
X i England.
Alliance Assurance Co., of London
England.
Scottish Union & National Insurance
Co., of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Fire Association of Philadelphia. '
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd.
Wilhelma of Magdeburg General In
surance Co.
0
Lovejoy & Co.
Nuuanu St. Phone 308.
PIANOLA MUSIC
A large new stock has just been
opened. Pianola owners should
come early and make their selec
tions. BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. LD.
Qdd Fellows' Bldg.
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SLEEPING QUARTERS FOR CHINESE COOLIES IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMOND FIELDS.
London Illustrated News.
"BRUSH" TRIED TO MURDER
ELLIS WHILE IN HONOLULU
1 it now, but did not realize it then. I y liam Brush," better known to the po
haied the man, yet when I met him J lice as Milton Franklin Andrews, and
a woman in Berkeley, is William Lee,
a notorious Australian crook, and he
has been a pal in criminal work of the
Carton, Noill & Co., Ltd Man who Was Assaulted in San Francisco Was
ENGINEERS and MACHINISTS
QUEEN AN3 RICHARDS STREETS. J EfltiCCCl tO DiSfTIOnd Me3Cl
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal-iron
steel tubes; general ship work.
and Shot At.
Pure Soda Water
You can't get better Soda Water
than that bearing the FOUNTAIN
brand, for the simple reason that
there isn't any better made.
Fountain Soda Works.
Sheridan Street, near King.
Phone Main 270.
I face to face I could not help liking
him. Everywhere I went he dogged
!- footsteps."
I'll:,. : . . , t - 1 i 1 1 .j . . : 1 , ...i . : . . i . , -n .
I ciiis is i eveaiuig, uil uy un, uciaua mail no meu 10 Kill nun.
regarding his relations with Andrews, j James Kelly, the man who was killed
j or Frush, which seem to indicate ' that t by Policeman Lestrange in Berkeley on
! he knew positively that Andrews was September 28, belonged to the same
a confirmed and desperate criminal, al- gang. The four who gave battle to
though Ellis insists, constantly, that Policeman Lestrange in the early
these revelations of Andrews character morning hour were Lee, Andrews, Kel
came to him only a few days before ly and a man known in police circles aa
' the steamer brought them into the Casey.
j harbor here. The quartet that encountered the
I Kills admitted to Detective Jamison brave policeman was as desperate a
1 yesterday that Andrews confessed to band of criminals as roams the world,
him that he had "done a woman" in They have been hunted by the police of
Colorado, the killing having followed, Australia and this country for various
Fire Insurance.
THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.,
LIMITED.
General Agents for HawaiL
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
Phoenix Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Com
pany.
Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building.
HAWAII SHINPO SHA.
THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINT-
ing office. The publisher of Hawaii
Shinpo, the only daily Japanese paper
published in the Territory of Hawaii.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor.
Editorial and Printing Office 1020
Smith St.. above King. Phone Main 45.
T),. iaH.nc .rimino, nhirh ! toct ,h0 o . Andrews, said, an attempt of the crimes, ranging from arson to murder.
"- " " " " ....... n.cr i aj t . 1 . . T. . The-,- were knnivn qb Iho "Hnu-arH
. - f.-r.rr. , i m T U i . "'H lO SHUOL mill. 11 IS UClltfMa '"J "tic
puzzling the San Francisco police has j fQ d , and could ' lhat AndreWs referred to his killing of gang."
uessie Bouton. Andrews was partially I a smaii xoriune in jeeiry which
intoxicated when this confession was these crooks stole in Australia has been
made. Ellis snvs located in Oakland pawnshops. The
Ellis explained his use of the name Oakland police and the police of San
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Sugar Factors and Commission
Merchants.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President: George M.
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; F. W. Mac
farlane, Auditor; P. C. Jom, C. M.
Cooke, J. R. Gait, Directors.
2Ecne3r to Xycain.
forgot his wrongdoings and could
a Honolulu angle. On Wednesday, Oc- , not help liking him," he says.
tober 11, "William Brush," alias Milton ! The foregoing statements were made
; yesterday to Barney Bernard, the
i,., ., tT- V J ; "George Lee" on the steamship com- Francisco have been in communication
i , a j tt-mij T-i i-w-itw mjn xi. 1 1 in Kiirw. xierniira . . . . . ... ..i . i . i.- , i
son piamira iu '"uiuci a v ihiimi x.i- . . . , . ing to America by Faying tnat -An- im me Ausuaiwu iwua iui ccia.
machinery For Sale
AT A BARGAIN
One 75 H-P Double Cylinder Steam
Engine. 12in. Cyl.xl2in. stroke. Built
by Risdon Iron Works Co., &. r.
One 25 to 30 H-P High Speed Steam
Knirine. lOin. Cyl.xl2in. stroke, touua
ble for centrifugals or electric gen
erator.
nn romnound Steam Marine En
gine, 25 to 30 H-P Cylinders, 6 l-4in.x
12in, diam by 7 l-2in. stroKe.
One G. F. Blake Air Compressor, 6in
com K-r Tin Air Cylinders.
One 6 "to 8 H-P Upright Steam En
gine.
One 2 H-P Upright Steam Engine.
One 4 H-P Union Gasolene Engine,
uiir- t?ooi "Piimrs. etc.. etc.
thoroughly overhauled
end are in good condition and .will be
sold cheap to make room.
AT XEILL'S WORKSHOP,
133 and 135. Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Machinery Bought, Sold and Repaired.
Gasolene Engines a Specialty.
P. O. BOX 381 TEL" 116
YAMATOYA
MERCHANT TAILOR AND SHIRT
MAKER-
Nuuanu Street, one door above Pauanl.
BHIRTS OF ALL KINDS. KIMONAS
AND PAJAMAS MADE TO OR
DER AND ON SALE.
I visited h.ilis at the hospital with De
lis in Berkeley. Ellis came from Aus- tective John Freel.
Bernard said last night that he had
secured an apartment for Ellis at the
tralia to San Francisco with his al- I
leged assailant. While dining with the
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quanta iiuiri it lu.ii lit I'liiiui rif.'ii .
-..v. "-" mo raceiracK men. This was done on
drews suggested it, giving as a reason days and detectives from that country
that it was folly to let evervbody know will start for here as soon as possible,
one's business while traveling. Ellis The police believe that Andrews and
acquiesced because he thought no Casey are in hiding in this city,
Thf? trouble between Andrews and
Jee was over tne oivision 01 me aus-
wun a nammer, ana me woman is saia tne aay ot tne assault that nearly cot torlous gambler. described as a tralian spoils.
to have used a knife. They thought Elli hii- life in Berkeley. Ellis was to -shark- and knowns ns "Lonffshot" The woman is an unfortunate who is
they had killed him, but he was only have taken the rooms at the hotel, but ! Andrews. '-p.rush" displaved his call- infatuated with Andrews and the police
Was induced to Ston with Rriish and ... , . .. . , ' j, l. nrt thint tVmt cVic. tnnV nnv rinrt in
badlv wounded and was removed to a v,; T.,.-,r' Der as a snarK wnen ne neecea ias- -v , - -
( sengers on tne pnoma coming
his alleged wife in Berkeley. Ellis
hnfinilGl Tn t hja mAD nf ima Vt ii'i-nr t j 1 . J p.-.t. . V- . . . 1 . . . " 1 . ' 1
nuoiiiu. ..v......, ihj urinaiu uwi lit- eifi rtu Luc t f j-Qni ustralia
the pair had stolen his funds, amount- Quiet of -Oakland to the bustle of San
ing to about $3000. i Fr "incisco- I The Call of October 15 says that Lee prove death wounds
Xt annpam that ivhil. nn th wnv- .wv...- lg also a crOOK. 1 ne UII says:
It appears tnat wnue on tne wa E1Hs yesterday, "but he ?emed to I
over the attempt to murder Lee. It was a
murderous duel over their loot that re
sulted in one thief receiving what may
'Wm. Brush and wife" and "G.
from Australia to San Francisco the have cast a spell over me. I stopped ' The police of San Francisco have Lee" registered at the Young Hotel on
party stopped off at Honolulu. The at bis nouse against my will. I was learned that "William Ellis. who
atraid. but dared not say so. He claims that he was murderously as
tried to kill me in Honolulu. I st-e saulted last Wednesday night by "Wil-
Call of October 14 gives the following
portion of the Honolulu story:
William Ellis made the statement
yesterday from his bed in the Roose
velt Hospital in Oakland that Milton
Franklin Andrews, alias William
Brush, etc.. attempted to murder him
in Honolulu. This attempt ou Ellis
life was made while he and Andiev. s
and the woman were staying over in
the Hawaiian Islands preparatory to
taking the stearmr for this city.
Brush had left the woman at the ho
tel and enticed Ellis out on Diamond
Head, Honolulu's picturesque point ef
land. Walking behind his intended
victim Brush fired a pistol point blank
at Ellis. The bullet sped close to El
lis' ear and he wheeled upon Brush.
The would-be murderer made a
hasty explanation that his revolver had
been discharged accidentally, and the
incident was dropped. At that time
Ellis had about $1000 on his person
all of the money he had taken with
him on leaving Sydney.
Ellis avers that although he hated
the sight of Brush and tried to avoid
him, the man who assaulted him in
Berkeley seemed to exert a hypnotic in
fluence over him. "Even though I de-
Dandruff it a contagious disease caused by a microbe.
EWBR.O'S .HERPICIDE
The ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the Dandruff Qerm."
I I LfC IT DADnfMM I comes while life still remain In the follicles, the
Newbro's Herplclde can come too late. If the
dandruff microbe has destroyed the hair follicles
and left the scalp bald and shining all remedies are
worthless. But. like the rardon. If Herriclde
GOIN&l GOING!! GONE!!!
hair is freed from disease and begins its natural
growth a eatn. Don"t neglect dandruff or falling
haw-. Wonderful results follow the use of Herpi
cide. It is an exquisite hair dressing. Stops
ItchUng of the scalp-instantlv.
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HERPIC1DE WILL SAVE IT. HERPlCiDE WILL SAVE IT. TOO LATE FOR HERPiCiOE.
Drug Stores, $1.00. Send 10c, stamps, to HERPICIOE CO., Dept. H, Detroit, Mich., for a sample.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., SPECIAL AGENTS.
Applications at Prominent Barber Shops.
er.tember 5. and departed for San
Francisco on the Sonoma on .Septem
ber 2T. Brush and his wife became
rather notorious during their stay in
town. ilrs. Brush is said to have
looked into the wine cup frequently
and when it was very crimson, and her
spous- on .several occasions, while un J.-r
the influence of liquor, beat her se
verely. Brush quietly inquired about
to 1-arn if any poker garner w.-re in
t'l'ogiess. i-ee. on me oinei u-niw, nj'
I .eared to be a gentlemanly sort of a
fcli.i'v. The Brushs were co.-itinuVv
U;irre!ini.
ANHEUSER - BUSCH'S MaNAGER
CURED OF A HEAVY COLD.
Mr. Albert E. Stlasney, manager An
heuser - Busch Biewlng Association,
Cape Town, Africa says: "Durir.g my
trip in the Transvaal I contracted a
sever cold, and am pleased to state
that in Cha rnber'.air.'s Coueh Remedy I
found prompt reli.-f and after continu
ing it for a few days was entirely rid
of th distressing indisposition." For
sale by Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Agents f'-r Hawaii.
ON JEWELRY, ETC.. ETC., AT
tie j. carlo mwm CO.
CORNER UNION AND HOTEL. STS.
By Cable
For Clothing and Gents' Goods, go
to the RED FRONT, corner Queen
and Nuuanu.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY
AND MATURITY CO.
Limited.
REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGE,
LOANS AND INVESTMENT SECU
RITIES.
Office: Mclntyre Bldg., Honolulu.
T. H. P. O. Box 265. Phone Main 141.
FOR
Nickel Plating
CALL ON
GUY OWENS
1120 Union St.. Tel. Main 215.
FRESH-
Sceds and Bulbs
AT
Mrs E.M f aylor
Alexander Young Building.
EAGLE CLEANING AND
DYEING WORKS.
Fort Street, oprsite Star Block.
LADIES' AND GENTS' CLOTHING
CLEANED AT LOWEST
PRICES.
Phone White 2362.
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