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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY
20, I906.
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SEEING AMEBICk"
MOVEMENT GROWS
A lettf-r has been received by Secre
tary Vk1 of the Promotion Committee
askinp him to be in Salt Lake on Jan
uary -3. two days in advance of the
opening of the "Seeing America" con
ference. The letter gives a list of
leaders in the work who are invited to
the preliminary meeting, which in
cludes men from all parts of the coun
try. The Commercial Club of Salt Lake
has said that it would present a plan
of procedure for the conference, which
originated with that body, but the let
ter to Secretary Wood says that the
work has now taken so wide a scope
that it is desired to have advice from
all who are interested in the move
ment. Hence the desire for a prelim-
intrv conference. i
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
The auto club will meet for organiza
tion at the Young Hotel tonight.
The Elks are planning another mins
trel performance to be given this
spring.
William MeKinley Lodge, K. of P.,
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock in
Harmony Hall.
Sidney Levy of J. M. Lievy & Co.
leaves in the Mongolia on a business
trip to the Coast.
A Kawaiahao Seminary quartet sang
at the Y. W. C. A. lunch at the Boston
building yesterday.
Last performance of the war melo
drama, "Tigress of Japan," tonight.
Secure your seats early.
"Turned Up" at the matinee today at
the Orpheum. Tickets 25c. Take the
children and enjoy the play.
Dr. L. E. Cofer, chief quarantine
officer, leaves in the Mongolia to meet
Mrs. Cofer in San Francisco.
Mrs. Pocklington. MJss Pocklington
and Miss Hargreaves leave in the Mon
golia today en route to London.
Following is the list of all deaths
fror contagious diseases in Honolulu
from January 1 to January 16: Tuber
culosis, 7.
By assistance of Miss Hillebrand,
librarian of the Honolulu Library, the
Y. W. C. A. library books have been
marked anew and are ready for dis
tribution to members from 10 to I
The beer sold at the CRl
TERION is treated by a spec
ial process which improv slaauy
It WOndertUlly The $1S,000 for the Kunst property at
Thi; trPStmpnt hricrhtPn'N if Waikiki is deposited in escrow in the
inis treatment ongniens u Bank of Havvaii to await the return
and pUtS neW lite intO It tO of the signed deeds from Germany
cnrh a HPPTPP that neODie which complete Oahu county's
wonder wh t it is that makes
CRITERION beer so much
better than that obtained at
other places.
J. McCAETHT, Proprietor,
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
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Read Morgan's column.
Head Morgan's land snaps.
The more you know about beer, the
better you will like Rainier beer.
Today the Beretania street property
is offered at auction at 12 o'clock.
Morgan's ads. are the propositions
one occasionally gets offered a snap.
The Globe Clothing Co. on Hotel st.
are selling Panama hats at $5.50 each.
Five dollars buy a ladies' tailor-made
suit at Whitnley & Marsh's sale this
morning.
A good goose-neck dray with extra
wheels will be sold by Fisher at 10 a.
m. today.
Six shares of the Pearl City Fruit
Co.'s stock will be offered at auction
today at 12 o'clock by Fisher.
Mrs. Kearns is now selling a fine jam
in bulk at 11c. per pound. This Is an
opportunity of getting a real bargain.
Scotty's (C. E. Meston) Royal Annex
opposite Police Station. Hot lunch
served from 11 to 2. It will please you.
Geo. E. Gear has opened law of
fices in the rooms formerly occupied
by Justice Hatch on Kaahumanu
street. .
Greater New York Cafe, corner of
Liliha and King streets. Open all
night. First-class meals and liquors
served.
A. W. T. Bottomley or Alex. Garvie
r.as power of attorney to act for Geo.
W. Smith during his absence from the
Territory.
The list of officers elected at the an
nual meeting of the Bergs trom Music
Co., Ltd., is published elsewhere
this issue.
The great suit sale begins this morn
ing at Whitney & Marsh's. Suits will
be sold for $5 and $8 50, less than the
skirt is worth.
A ladies black coat was lost some
where on King street yesterday. Lib
eral reward if the finder will return
the same to this office.
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.
The annual meeting of the Honolulu
Gas Co., Ltd., will be held in the of
fice of Castle & Withington on Thurs
day, January 25, at 2 o'clock p. m.
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
The Honolulu! Symphony Orchestra
had a very successful rehearsal last
evening. There was a full attendance
of the members of the orchestra and
also of quite a number of the asso
date members. Music was rehearsed
for the coming concert, which will be
given "at the Opera House on Febru
ary 9. Preparations are being made to
have this concert the best that has
even been given in Honolulu. Besides
the musical numbers, there will be vo
cal and instrumental solos by the best
talent obtainable,
INSPECTRESS APPOINTED.
Miss Annie McCrossen, daughter of
John T. McCrossen, has been appointed
inspectress at the Custom House. The
examination of women suspected of
having goods for smuggling concealed
about their persons will be Miss Mc
Crossen's specialty.
MAGNIGORIGIFICENT.
"Magnigorgificent" is the new word
coined to express the excellence of trie
lunch served at Scotty's from 11 to -daily.
Right opposite the police sta
tion. You know.
title.
The special meeting of the Bar As
sociation, to consider the matter of
Governor Carter's withdrawal of his
support to the reappointment of Judge
Robinson, will be held at Republican
headquarters. 925 Fort street, at 12
noon today.
Rev. Charles Simpson, who is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. Frank Ather
ton, will speak to men at the Y. M.
C. A. meeting tomorrow at 4:30. Sub
ject, "A Friend to Be Trusted." Tea
follows at 5:30. Strangers especially
welcome.
I hear that Miss Ada Sullivan is con
templating a trip to Honolulu in the
near future. Miss Sullivan's health,
although much improved, has been far
from good for the past year and her
contemplated trip is being taken main
ly in hopes that it will benefit : her
health. S. F. Bulletin.
Senator John C. Lane is quoted as
objecting to the sale of beach lots at
Hauula, Koolauloa. He thinks it a
iiusiiiKt; sucn as was maae long ago
at Waikiki which the recent purchase
of a beach property for $18,000, on be
half of Jhe public by the county su
pervisors, was needed to rectify.
The postponed annual meeting of the
Hawaiian Historical Society will be
held on Monday evening, January 22
at 8 p. m., at the Honolulu library. An
interesting paper will be read by Chif
Justice Frear on the history of the
development of Hawaiian statute law
The public is cordially invited to be
present.
James B. Gorman has sought relief
in voluntary bankruptcy from the
troubles of Riley & Gorman, but his
partner, Fred. M. Kiley, objects on be
half of the partnership. The petition
represents the firm as having no as
sets and liabilities of $2429.60. Gorman,
also without assets, has personal lia
bilities of $705.75.
Marshal Hendry was a disappointed
man yesterday in not catching the
Porto Rican bigamist due for that day.
Perhaps the school is exhausted. For
the first time in about a week the
Federal court corridors were deserted
by that interesting folk of the Antilles.
The latest arrest of a two-husbanded
woman was that of Oliva Morena on
Thursday.
William M. Knox of Oakland, Cal..
who passed through Honolulu about a
year ago en route to the Far East,
is returning home from Korea on the
Mongolia, accompanied by his wife.
Mr. Knox went to the Hermit King
dom on a mining expedition. He re
ports that the copper mines of Ko
rea are of immense value but as yet
little developed He believes that as
soon as the Japanese are firmly en
trenched in the direction of affairs
there that the kingdom will become
a great mining region. I
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THE MONGOLIA, jAN 19,
Takes the next shipment of Tropic
Fruit Co.'s pineapples to the Coast.
Address P. O. Box 50, Honolulu, or
leave orders with Wells-Fargo, King
street.
John E. Bush is circulating a peti
tion for electric lights at the corner
of Hotel and Punchbowl streets and
at the car station in Hotel street
back of Kawaiahao seminary.
Film Pack
Photography
No method of picture making
heretofore offered has so met with
the approval of the public as has
the
Prcmo Film Pack
The operation of the FILM PACK
is to the last degree simple.
The Piemo Adapter
is uued as a receptacle for the
FILM PACK and converts the or
dinary plate camera into a day
light loading film camera with all
the advantage-? of both plates and
films and the drawbacks of neither.
We shall be happy to explain to
you fully if you will favor us with
a call. .
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
FORT STREET.
WHITNEY & MARSH
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Elegant Footwear
THE FINEST STOCK IX THE
CITY NOW ON DISPLAY AT
McINERNY SHOE STORE.
Headquarters for Automobiles
with a fully eauiDDed flrenroof
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VON HAM-YOUNG CO.
garage.
This
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l, ivlDS OF BUILDING AND
REPAIR WORK DONE ON
SHORT NOTICE
Wm. T. Patv.
1048 A LAKE A STREET.
AUTOMOBILE PAETS.
We keep everything you may need
for your auto, no matter what make
of machine it is.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Garage, Merchant St.
Morning We
ace On
Our Entire Stock of
LADIES'
TAIL
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY. FX
CLUSIVE STYLES, REASONA
BLE PRICES, At
Miss Power's
hul,i.e;ry; PARLORS, BOSTON
BUILDING. FORT STREET.
(Shina : .Decorators
Will be Interested j
in the announcement that we have
received and placed on sale a large
rand very complete line of pure
white French and German china for
decorating. The assortment corn
prices the very newest designs. Both
useful and ornamental pieces will be
found, many of which are designed and
made especially for us.
WE SUGGEST EARLY SELECTION.
W. W. DIMONB & Co., Limited,
53-55-57 KING STREET, HONOLULU.
THE LEADERS IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
Now showing in our
TAILORING f: DEPARTMENT
A Special Purchase of
NOISE
No two designs alike;
We are taking orders
for the Suit complete
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MERCHANT TAILORS.
& CO., LTD.
AXiAKEA STREET.
QUALITY. ECONOMY.
O A.
E3Zor2.ol-o.l-uL Soap "77"oz3ss Co
FRED. L. WALDRON,
Spreckels Block.
Sole Agent.
A boned Stay and Corset Cover
combined. Worn in place of a corset
cover over any make of corset: It is
the best garment of its kind ever made
and supplies the want of women of
average or lull ngure lor just tnis
kind of a support. It gives the taper
ing, close fitting waist appearance
now in vogue, and can De worn under
the sheerest shirt-waist. IS A SPECIAL
ADVANTAGE TO LADIES WEAR
ING CLOSE FITTING OR PRINCESS
GOWNS. . J t: , j
PRICE $1.23.
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Something Nice for
(Sold Luncheons
Peck's Imported Will Boar's Head (in glass).
Peck's Imported Sage P.rawn (in glass).
Peck's Imported Tomato Brawn (in glass).
Kippered Mackerel, Finan Haddock, Preserved Bloaters,
Marinated Herrings, Herring (in Tomato Sauce), Cooked and
Pickled Lambs' Tongues (in glass), Broiled Mackerel in To
mato Sauce, Mustard Sauce or Soused.
ALL ARE SUFFICIENTLY COOKED AND MAY BE EATEN COLD.
HENRY MAY & Co., Ltd ,
PHOSES:
Retail M - - 23
Wholesale M 93
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N E N EI hf
SHIRTS, FROM 75c AND UP.
NECKWEAR, FROM loo UP TO $1.50.
Cal I and cso our s-fcocl:
K. ISOSHIMA
King near
Bethel 1
0R-MADE SUITS
We have divided them into 2 lots, one at $5.00, the other at $8.53 j
a suit. Some are better than others, being originally priced as !iig J
as $30.00. First come, first choice. ' ( t
Some of the Reasons Why!
you should always use HOLLY FLOUR, even if vou have to pay
10 cents to 15 cents more per sack:
First. You get 30 more loaves of bread per barrel.
Second. It meets the bread-maker more than half way; it is
easier to make choice bread from HOLLY FLOUR than from any
other flour on the market.
Third. Every sack of HOLLY FLOUR is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction ; money refunded if not as represented.
HEO. H. DAVIFS S MMPAkY, HMITEO. : Wholesale Agents.
Grocery Department. Phone, Private Exchange 5.
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Arrived ex "Dumfriesshere"
Andrew Usher's Special Reserve,
Buchanan's Black and White, "Iiliod
erick Dim"
Scotch Whiskies
W. 0. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
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BETHESOA
"The Water of Quality"
Waukesha's Original Mineral Water
Sparkling
Natural
Quarts, Pints, Splits Crown Palent Corks
For Sale Everywhere
MACFARLANE & CO., Sole Agents.
Timely LEATHER for all kinds
is none other than
of weather
GUN METAL eftLF
The latest craze in " Footwear"
For women are those new four-hole Blucherette Gun Metal
Calf Ties, with light-weight extension soles, wide ribbon laces
and low Cuban heels.
Faultless style, perfect fit, beautiful dull finish, leather
that is smooth and soft to the feet and unsurpassed for wear
ing qualities, are a few of the many characteristics which com
bined go to make an ideal shoe. The price is $3 .50 and we
guarantee every pair.
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
Manufacturers' Shoe Go , Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
'Phone Main 282
NOW IS
Jl jo
TIME
to order choice dainties from our Delicatessen Counter. Our
present stock is an unusually fine one and the chances are that
you will be able to rind the particular good tiling that you
are looking for.
There are Fan 03- Cheeses, Olives, Sausages, Fish, Oys
ters, Pickles, etc., etc.
DON'T WAIT TILL THEY HAVE ALL GONE BUT
CALL AND ORDER AT ONCE.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
Telephone Main 45.
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