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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, DECEMBER 7 XOqc
THE BIND TONIGHT
AT IMA HOTEL
What is a
The Hawaiian Band will give a pub
lic moonlight concert this evening at
7:30 at the Moana Hotel, rendering the
Overture "French Comedy" Bela
Waltz "Ocean Breezes" Meisler
Ballad "Dainty Little Ingenue"
Selection "Mari tana" Wallace
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. Ar, by Berger
Mrs. X. Alapai.
Intermezzo "Trailing the Trail"
Selection "Fantana" Hubbell
March "Helen" Ripley
"The Star Spangled Banner."
A boy once wrote: ' 1 luv
a rooster fer tew- things-one
iz the krow, th it is in him,
i.i . i .i
ana ine otner is tne sours
that air on him to bak up his
Krow witn. "
The CRITERION admits
having crowed often and
loud, but we have the ' spurs
to bak up the krow.'
Our mid-day lunch and
draught beer are justly fam
O. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor,
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets.
Shoe string ribbons in white, tan and
black at Whitney & Marsh's.
Automobile for hire on a moment's
notice at the Territory stables.
White Leghorn chickens at Fisher's
auction ' rooms next Wednesday.
A. N. Sanford. optician, Boston build
ing, Fort street,over May & Co.
Quinn. the plumber, is now located in
the Paragon building, Beretania street.
Mrs. Kearns requests orders for jellies
and jams for the Coast to be sent In at
Some people drink all kinds of beer
those who prefer the best drink Rain
Bags and purses in great variety for
ladies and children at Whitney &
.fure lmen nanaKercniei centers on
special sale much below regular value
at Pacific Import Co.
Big reduction In price of Victor Talk
ing Machine records at Bergstrom Mu
sic Co. Time to stock up.
Special for Saturday at Sachs hand
some sofa cushions, all ready for use,
80c. each. See show window.
You will need a new suit of clothes
for Christmas. The Globe Clothing Co.
on Hotel street will fit you up with a
Some fine fox terrier pups, best
breed, also a good surrey, to be sold
at auction next Saturday at Fisher's
Alexander & Baldwin want an as
sistant bookkeeper for a plantation
store. Call at office, Stangenwald
building, for particulars.
First-class tickets to all stations on
the Oahu Railroad and Haleiwa coupon
tickets are now on sale at the office
of Trent & Co., 936 Fort street.
If you are looking for Christmas
presents attend the auction this after
noon and evening at the Bargain Cash
Store on Nuuanu street, near Hotel.
A modern six-room house on corner
of Lunalilo and Pensacola streets is of
fered for rent on easy terms to good
tenant. See our For Rent ads. for par
All persons having claims against
Julia Anthon Paty, deceased, are re
quested to present the same at once to
the administrator at Room 50b, fctan
Tenders will be received by the
County of Kauai for constructing seven
and a-half miles of macadam roaas
Particulars and specifications can be
had by addressing, C. H. Sweetser, Li-
hue, Kauai, v
Sneak thieves are reported in various
parts of the city.
S. Sheba. editor of a Japanese paper
on Kauai, is visiting the city.
The grand jury will today investigate
the death of Virginia, the woman kill
ed at Kakaako on Saturday night.
Oahu Sugar Co. is reported to have
reduced its monthly dividend from one
per cent, to one-half per cent, a month.
Harry Murray is said to be in the
lead as successor to Lorrin Andrews
as chairman of the Republican county
County Attorney Douthitt has de
clared his purpose to rid Honolulu of
petty grafters upon the generosity of
Initiation into the Mystic Shrine will
be an event of Saturday afternoon, the
victims being Sam Woods, Sam John
son, George Andrews. Supervisor H- T.
Moore, E. E. Hartman, Acting Fire
Chief Deering. C. J. Hutchins. F. M.
Lowis. R. W. Shingle. Harry Murray.
Lieut. Harllee. Geo. Martin. Manager
Renton of Ewa. J. Cullen. and Messrs.
Christensen, Compo and T. H. Lillie.
SAM NOWLEIN DEAD.
A wireless message yesterday an
nounced the death of Samuel Nowleln
at Lahaina on, Tuesday afternoon. The
cause was Brirht'S disease. Deceased
was prominent in monarchical politics
and an officer for the household troop".
For many years recently he was a
saloonkeeper in Honolulu. The funeral
took place yesterday. j
Judge Robinson will preside at the
First production of "The Two Or
phans" this evening at the Orpheum
Olive Branch Rebekah Lodge meets
this evening in I. O. O. F. hall at 7:30
Robert Ball of the local postoffice was
a passenger on the Thomas yesterday
ior ban Francisco.
t.n T T !1 ' ......
oau .Lfisiiman iviore win noia a
sale of decorated china at the Women's
Exchange on December 7, 8 and S.
W. F. Drake of the Internal Revenue
Department went to the Coast yester-
aay on tne I nomas on a vacation.
Kepreentative E. W. Quinn will
leave in the Korea for a business trip
to the Coast and will be absent six
na.nes i. .ueston, or "scotty, is
reported to have an eye on the un
expired term of the Royal Annex saloon
Captain Bush and Lieut. Cooper, 10th
Infantry, Camp McKinley, departed on
the Thomas yesterday for the Coast on
Get tickets for the children for the
matinee Saturday at Orpheum. The
play "Two Orphans" will be rendered.
Tickets only 25c.
The Honolulu branch of the Theo-
sophical Society meets every Tuesday
and Thursday evening at 7:30 Kapio-
lani Building. Thursday visitors' night.
The three "J's" J. Rooney, J. Shea
and J. Duffy pleaded not guilty in the
Federal court to passing counterfeit
money and their cases were set for
trial on Friday.
Louis Kenake, for thirteen years past
second man in the Honolulu postoffice,
has applied to the department for a
transfer to one of the Southern Call
The Honolulu Symphony Society or
chestra meets this evening at 7:30
o'clock in the club house, opposite Ha
wanan i-iotei. ah members are re
quested to attend this rehearsal.
It is not generally known that
stamps, registered letters and money
orders may be procured at the general
delivery office between 5 p. m. and
midnight and from 6 a. m. until 9
The Supreme Court has allowed the
American-Hawaiian Engineering &
Construction Co. $322.50 on its claim for
extra,s on the Fort street wharf con
tract. Originally the claim was for
Grand struggle for supremacy Puna'
hous vs. Mailes in a championship
game of football. Game at Baseball
Park, Saturday, December 9. Tickets
on sale at Hawaiian News Co., Toun
Among other attractions at the fair
to be given by the ladies of the Ma-
kiki Japanese church, on the grounds
of Theo. Richards, tomorrow afternoon
and evening will be an exhibition of
sleight of hand.
Postmaster Pratt has fallen in with
the city improvement scheme by plac
ing two large plants in the alleyway
leading from Merchant street to King.
The plants are attractive and the post
master was complimented by postoffice
patrons for his thoughtfulness.
A reception will be held in the M. E.
Japanese church, River street, Thurs
day evening, December 7, at 8 o'clock,
in order to welcome the new pastor,
Rev. S. Minea, recently arrived from
Japan, and to say farewell to the re
tiring pastor, Rev. G. Motokawa, who
will take up some new work In the city
for the time being.
There will be preaching service at
Cooley Christian chapel, corner Gulick
avenue and Beckley street, Kalihi, by
Rev. Mr. Pier this evening at 7:30 p.
m. Mr. Pier sails on the Mikahala
Fridav for Kona, Hawaii, where he and
his wife and son go to assist Miss
Beard in the Kona Orphanage. He is
an earnest speaker and there is a treat
in store for those who avail themselves
of the privilege to hear him.
The stereopticon lecture which is to
be given in St. Clement's parish house
by Dr. Jeffries on Friday evening will
be extremely interesting and anyone
missing this will lose a treat. Apart
from Dr. Jeffries being a most engag
ing speaker, his pictures are simpi iq
beautiful and well chosen. Anyone in-
terested in the East can hardly fail to
be charmed. The proceeds of the lec
ture will be devoted to St. Clement's
church. Friday at eight. Admission
It's the most effective device for rid
ding rooms of mosquitoes. It uses
SKEET-GO Mosquito Powder without
burning. The SKEET-GO eliminates
all disagreeable features of burning
powder no blinding smoke, obnoxious
odor, pain in the eyes and throat,
caused by using the powder in the old
Here's our proposition: Get a Skeet
Go today. Try it. If you are not satis
fied, money back. We know it's all
right. You will find it all we claim,
but if you're not entirely satisfied bring
PRICE, COMPLETE, $1.00.
Hobron Drug Co.
EHLERS' BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Our Tan Blucher
is the greatest value in an up-to-date
SHOE ever offered. Price $4.00.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE.
Handsome assortment of new silk,
cotton and woolen tapestry curtains.
Also Arabic, Irish Point, Notting
ham and Madras lace curtains and
Porter Furniture Co
WHIINEY & MARSH
W. J. MOODY,
GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND
Office 790, King St. Phone White 3101.
We keep everything you may need
for your auto, no matter what make
of machine it Is.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Garage, Merchant St.
MILLINERY OPENING, MONDAY,
DECEMBER 4, AND FOLLOW
ING DAY AT
Millinery Parlors, Boston Building,
of Kona Coffee
Guaranteed 8 Years Old.
The most sensible gift you can send to friends and rela
tives away, and one that will be appreciated, is a package of
our eight-year-old Kona Coffee.
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PACKAGES
READY FOR THE ALAMEDA.
We have prepared special holiday parcels containing five
or ten pounds, and we offer special rates from now until
Christmas. Just leave the name of the party you want to
ship it to and we will send it, express prepaid, at the follow
5 lbs. (green) $2.00
5 lbs. (roasted and ground) 2.35
.10 lbs. (green) . 3.75
10 lbs. (roasted and ground) 4.25
Remember, this coffee is eight years old and the equal
of the best Mocha and Java grown.
! M.W. McCHESNEY & SONS, Ltd.
Queen Street. Telephone, Main 217.
Grand Display of
Of All Descriptions for All Ages. We May Mention:
3 Fancy Bordered, in a pretty box for j5c
3 Fancy Bordered Linen, with initials, also in a pretty
box, for 25C
CHILD'S BAGS PURSES
At ioc, 25c and 35c each.
Also a large variety of Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs.
NEW WASH NECKWEAR
In Heavy Embroidery -and Openwork designs from 25c to 60c
In Dainty Dresden Effects for fancy work .$1 yd
All the new fashionable' PLAIDS, SUITINGS, ETC
KIMONO SILKS for fancy work.
We can safely say that these are the best in town.
"The Water of Quality"
Waukesha's Original Mineral Water
Quarts, Pints, Splits Crown Patent Corks
For Sale Everywhere
MACFARLANE & CO., Sole Agents.
SPECIAL PRICES ON
ALL RIBBONS FROM
A CARNIVAL OF
Have you seen the
in Lewis & Company, Ltd. window?
No menu for a Thanksgiving dinner is complete without
a bottle of
F Dry IVI
: Sole Agents.
! 169 King Street. Telephone, 240.
and over THE ONLY IXTJBLE-TRACK RAILWAY between
Missouri River and Chicago. "
THREE FAST TRAINS DAILY.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS
Overland Limited. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 11 a. m.
daily. The most Luxurious Train in the World. New Pullman Drawing
room and State-room cars built expressly for this famous train. Gentle
men's Buffet and Lady's Parlor Observation Car, Book Lovers Library,
Dining Car. Meals a la Carte. Electric Lighted throughout.
Eastern Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 8 p. m. daily.
Through Pullman Palace and Sleeping Cars to Chicago. Dining Cars.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Atlantic Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 9 a. m. dally.
Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The best of everything.
r. r. ritchie, G.A.p.c. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERS RI.
617 Market Steet. Palace liotel San Fraactsco
P. Company's Agent.
that can not be beaten. A fine hem
stitched cambric embroidered Hand
kerchief at 10c.
Pure Linen, hemstitched hand-em
broidered Handkerchief at 15c or $1.50
A box containing dozen fine cam
bric, hemstitched initial Handkerchiefs
for 50c a box.
A SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
28-32 Hotel Street.
CROCKERY, EMBROIDERED SCREENS, KIMONOS,
SILK SHIRT WAISTS, NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC.
AT LOWEST PRICES.-
NEW GOODS NOW DISPLAYED.
ll ready for use. fur.
See show window
1. 1 Mb Off Goods CO
Cor. Fort and Eeretania Sts.
APPRECIATES THE GLOBE-WERNICKE
A present that cements more firmly the home ties, that en
courages g-ood reading- and greater knowledge, that is useful,
ornamental and convenient, and that is acceptable alike to
father, mother, brother, sister, relative or friend, is found in
the "Elastic" Bookcase. It's a system of units a few books
few units, more books more units, and get them as wanted.
And the number of units can be adapted to the size of your
purse. The "Elastic" is the original and only perfect sec
tional bookcase made and sells at the lowest price. Call and
examine them now while our assortment is complete or send
for catalogue 102.
J. A. M. JOHNSON CO., LTD.
Crystal Springs Butter
Keeps well in hot weather. The cardboard carton in
which it is packed helps this and at the same time protects its
delicate flavor. We receive a large shipment of this famous
butter by the S. S. Sierra and are now in a position to supply
all demands. If you haven't tried Crystal Springs Butter,
now is the time to become acquainted.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
Telephone Main 45.
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Small Steel Receivers or Capsules containing Chemically
Pure Carbonic Acid Gas. This Gas is the cause of all Aera
tion. It makes all Liquids Sparkling.
FOR THE INSTANTANEOUS AERATION OF ALL
Water, Milk, Tea, Wine, Spirits, Invalid Drinks, Etc., Etc.
Restore life to boiled water. Give snap to still bever
ages. FOR SALE BY.
A7 Ct PP AHOnK Ho.. Limited v