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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL! ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, APRIL 26, 1906
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Attention was lately called to gam
bling going on in the Cliff Dwellers
section of the city. It is not necessary
to go out to visit the Cliff Dwellers to
find a game of chance going on. All
those people who are not protecting
The Honolulu Times for May will be
out Thursday morning.
""-- "- 0f Supervisors will pas3
upon the monthly pay rolls this even
ing. ' -
Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I. O.
O. F., meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock
in' Odd Fellows'. Hall.
D. Howard Hitchcock, the artist, is
utilizing the camera obscura at the
Zoo for the study of cloud effects. '
Judep Driip. was at "PVdprnl innrt
their homes and belongings by insur- ! chambers yfr9terday after detention at
ance are playing with chance. Just a , home for several days with the grip.
Receipts at the opening of the Ka
imuki Zoo skating rink on Saturday
evening are promised to the San Fran-
little carelessness on the part of some
one and -the savings of years are gone.
Assure vnursplf atrainst loss an? re-SJsco reef fund.
lieve yourself of worry by
We issue best policies on dwellings,
RENT and COMPANY
938 FORT STREET.
gan, bringing 2 3-8 cents a pound
The Honolulu branch of the Theo-
sophical Society meets every Tuesday
and Thursday evening at 7:30 Kapio-
;lani Building. Thursday visitors night.
Directors and employes of the Star
respectively sent wreaths to the
'I'm doing" different." Said the I f"neral of the late A. T. Atkinson, who
Major, "mebbe you've tried the was for some years editor of that a
same thin?' I
" " "u V lc" wireless that the laying of the corner
VOU, remarked the L-Olonel. stone of the Masonic Temple at Kahu
'Ivbuy by the bottle, and if I mjlui has been postponed from Saturday
real thirsty, by the gallon," said next for one week-
the Maior. "the finest whiskev Through a private deal conducted by
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Otlrl ir.tr rf 1?niirt Vii4- ic
J X - I r mm nrnncrtir ct I Ah -n ummctiTttv ir
rnaue. l ne criterion nas a iod- Judd street has been boueht bv fieoree
bing department that beats the n. WiTcox for $5500
world and it IS SO private that A report by J. O. Lutted, Fred. Har-
VOlir Wife Could drive to the door r,eon an Emil Berndt, appraisers,
and have an order filled and no Puts tne value of the real and per-
, ... r I sonal estate of Hart & Co.. Ltd.. in
cue wuuiu suspect u was iui cu- bankruptcy, at $7582.17.
couragement she had stopped
Editor Advertiser: Kamehameha III. built a road up the east
side of Kalihi Valley. Kamehameha IV. built one up the west side.
I have built a road connecting the two, including a bridge across
the Kalihi stream, completing a "loop" around the valley.
It opens up 120 acres of land immediately adjoining, and of
the same quality as that sold five years ago, in city lots, for $2250
an acre. It is fine agricultural land and will raise anything.
I have secured this land at a bargain and believe in small profits
and quick sales. ,
The new suburb has been named "Bellaire." It is an ideal
spot for a country home, and is only twentv minutes drive from
irom jr-aauno, ex scnooner Luka, was the nnst nfflrp
sold at the a-harf vfcto,,, K,r -Tv I "JSL UiUCC.
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l have sold 33 acres in the last three months,
While it lasts, I will sell this land for from $200 to $400 an
acre; one-fourth cash; the balance in 6, 12 and 18 months at 6 per
things! aus Amsml I
Territorial' Surveyor W. E. "Wall re
ports that no tidal disturbance from
the San Francisco earthquake is shown
4 lay the Honolulu tide gauge.
sOTfie S0O sacks of damaeed suear
We have It in all colors.
Ask to see It.
HITMEY & FtlARSH
There are 871
Honolulu, April 14, 1906.
CHAS. S. DESKY,
.You'll tell the missis about it."
Cor. Hotel and Bethel streets.
OF CIVIL WAR DIES
WHICH INCLUDES A SPLENDID VARIETY
OF TEA POTS, SUGAR BOWLS, CREAM
ERS, CUPS AND SAUCERS, PLATES. FRUIT
SAUCERS, GIN TRAYS, BON BON BOXES.
VASES, TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS, EGG
CUPS, MATCH SAFES, PEPPER AND SALT
SHAKERS, TOOTH TICK HOLDERS, CAN
DLESTICKS, ETC., ETC.
I AS LONG AS o I
1 Yon Have Cash l
YOU NEED A
i Cash Register I
! ASK TO SEE THE NEW "C" MODEL. I
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY CO.
Everything for the Office.
W. W. Ditnond & CoM Ltd-
James w. Bush died suddenly at
- Kealia, Kauai, on Tuesday, aged 58
years. He was a native of Honolulu
and a pensioner of the War of the
Rebellion. The news of his death was
received by his brother, John E. Bush,
m a wireless telegram. Besides his
brother the deceased leaves a wife and
child. Mr. Bush was pastor of the
Mormon church at Kealia.
At his death Mr. Bush was the
janitor of Kapaa jail.
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Clean and washed rags are
at the Gazette office.
Inter-Islana and O. R. & L. shipping
receipt books, 50c. each, at the Gazette
Miss Power has all the latest in mil
linery at her millinery parlors, Boston
building:, Fort street.
Don't neglect to read In Mclnerny's
ad. how the wool test is made. It Is
very interesting to clothes wearers.
The stockbooks of the Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd., will be closed to transfers
from April 27 to May 1. both dates
A shipping clerk with some knowl
edge of plantation business can secure
a good situation by consulting our
First-class tickets to ail stations on
the Oahu Railroad and Halelwa coupon
tickets are now on sale at the office
of Trent & Co., 936 Fort street.
The Metropolitan Meat Co. have re
ceived by the Ventura a lot of Aus
tralian butter in tins, which same will
be supplied to their customers when
the Crystal Springs butter now on hand
is sold out.
The Asahi restaurant, now at the
corner of King and River streets, hav
ing installed a first-class, up-to-date
Reliable gas cooking range, promises
its patrons everything tasty, clean and
in first-class style.
If it is not convenient to send things
to Fisher's auction rooms for the'Sat
- urday relief sale, notify him by phone.
Main 424, and he will send an txpros
wagon without charge and get such
articles as parties desire to help tne
good cause with.
Don't put off taking out insurance
on your home and furniture. You may
wait too long. The time to take out
insurance is while you have something
to insure not after the fire, when
there is nothing to insure. Trent &
Co., 938 Fort street, will issue you a
CONTRACTOR CAMPBELL TO
Wm. Matlock Campbell intends to
close up his business here at once and
go to San Francisco, the Mecca of
builders and contractors.
Henry Smith, chief, and J. A. Thomp
son, second deputy clerk of the Judi
ciary, were before the Territorial grand
jury yesterday with documents. The
accounts of P. Danson Kellett. Jr.. a
former clerk, in probate matters were
under investigation. There is no charge
afloat, so far as can be learned, re
garding the papers missing in the
Brown vs. Spreckels case. The case
was tried in three circuits and it is
supposed that the missing records got
stuck in Hilo.
M. F. Prosser, Deputy Attorney Gen
eral, is in charge of the Territory's
cases at the Third Circuit Court term
at Kailua. The Atcherley and Baker
trespass cases are among the number.
Articles are still being received by
Will E. Fisher for his auction' sale on
behalf of the San Francisco relief fund
Owing to th'e death of Mother Taylor
the meeting of the Daughters of Ha
waii, which was to have been held on
April 30. at the residence of Mrs.
Winne, will be held instead at the res
idence of Mrs Holloway, Judd street.
Edward B. Miller left in the Ventura
to seek his brother Paul in San Fran- 1
Cisco. A few minutes before the
steamer left a list of people reported
"safe" from earthquake and fire .was
posted on board and it contained the
name of Paul Miller.
Ah Leong on a large scale and other
Asiatic merchants on a small scale, J ttet 1 j J 1 1
individually, have succeeded in corner- H C Iltl V t3 IUt ICCCIVCU CX i eUlclSKail
ing ine Kerosene 011 supply, ins cor
ner will be smashed whenever the Mo
hican arrives, but meantime it causes
much inconvenience to people.
J. D. Marques and wife did not leave
for San Francisco Tuesday evening on
the Ventura as expected owing to the
postponement of the Forester conven
tion, which was to have been held, in
San Jose. Cal. Mr. Marques was to
attend as delegate of Court Camoes,
A. O. F.
St. Andrew's cathedral was crowd
ed yesterday by the native Hawaiian
congregation, assembled in honor of
the memory of Queen Emma. Rev
Frank Fitz conducted the services and,
it being St. Mark's Day. the ritual
pertained to , that festival. Students
of the Bishop's school composed the
choir. It was 21 years ago yesterday
that Queen Emma died. Her state
funeral had to be deferred for some
weeks owing to a remarkably long and
The funeral of Russell Parke Wal-
bridge took place from the Parke resi
dence on Beretania street yesterday
at eleven a. m. Bishop Restarlck and
Canon Mackintosh officiated. Flowers
were In great abundance, those upon
the white casket being the gifts of
schoolmates and little friends. The
pallbearers were chosen from among
the parents of the lad's playmates as
follows: Messrs. H. Hitchcock. L.
Blackman. Clive Davies, Layard, Stan
ley and Swanzy.
The opening of the new skating rink
at the Kaimuki Zoo, which will take
place on Saturday, is to be made a
benefit for the San Francisco sufferers,
the proceeds for the day to be turned
over to the Relief Fund. There has!
been some little delay in finishing up
the work on this skating noor, but a
big gang of workmen are now on the
job, putting the finishing touches to
the floor itself, stringing wires and
putting in the electric lights and plac
ing the roofing of woven palm leaves.
a full line of
New Stylish -Up-to-date
making all our departments complete.
All will be on display Saturday,
Come and See Them I
and over THE ONLY DOUBLE-TRACK RAILWAY between t&
Missouri River and Chicago.
THREE FAST TRAINS DAILY.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS
Overland Limited. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 11 t m.
daily. The most Luxurious Train In the World. New Pullman Dr&wi&g
room and State-room cars built expressly for this famous train. C5atie
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. dfcfly-.
Through Pullman Palace and Sleeping Cars to Chicago. Dining Can.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Atlantic Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 9 a. m. dafly.
Standard and Toui-Ist Sleepers.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The best of everything.
r. r. ritchie, O.A.P.C. CHICAGO & KORTHWESTEEK VS.
61 7 Market Street. (Palace Hotel)
or U. P. Company's Agent.
On the Oahu Railway
L. S. KERR & GO., LTD.
Sale of .
Certain lots that we will discontinue.
In some we have full line of sizes;
other, sizes are broken, but they are
all stylish up-to-date shapes. They
will be placed on sale at less than cost
.50 Corsets, 2
$ .75 Corsets, 2
styles, at... 60c
$1.00 Corsets, 12
styles, at ..SOc
$1.50 Corsets, 3
styles, at.. $1.15
$2.00 Corsets, 5
styles, at.. $1.45
$1.00 and $1.25
Qualities on sale
From Dernnan Creamery
Our sole agency. We are proud of it. Try a block.
THE FINEST IN THE WORLD.
S & CO., Ltd.
169 King Street.
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Golf, Tennis, Fresh and Salt Water Bathing, Biding and Driving aro ku
of the pastimes. The Table and Service are of the Highest Quality. Tickets
and Information at the Honolulu Station and Trent & Co., or ring up Hileiw
Hotel King 53.
On Sundays the Haleiwa Limited a two-hour train leaves at 8:22 a. v
returning arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m.
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BUILDER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Announces that he is prepared to furnish homes complete, includ
ing the lot and latest modern improved cottages for $1000 and up.
Lots for Bale at $350 each on easy terms-Five-room
cottage, good plu mbing, for $700.
O PHONE OR ADDRESS WHITE 951.
Noiseless Easily Repaired
Siphon jet low down closet, embossed bowl, bent oa
piano finish and paper lined tank. Natural oak, never splits
seat, and Douglas siphon valve.
Sample in our show window.
T O IEC 3fcT 1TOT
The Plumber. 85 King Street.
New Goods JustKBeceived by
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA
C. IT. Collijvs,
King Street near Fort.
'Phone Main 427.
RIDING SADDLES, BITS, SPURS,
BLANKETS. WHIPS AND CROPS,
DOG- COLLARS AND CHAINS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CHAMOIS,
SPUNGES. HARNESS AND SADDLE.
SOAPS, OILS. DRESSING, GREASE.
WASHERS. ETC.. ETC.
m . J. Lando . .
Our Belts Susenders Trunks Gloves
Spring Neck. Hanck'fs and Under-
Summer wear Duck Valises wear,
Stock Hats , Pants Shirts Etc.
20&4 rt Street, I. O. O. F. Building and 152 Hotel. Street,
S O Jk. Is
E3ro22.orui.lTJi Soap "s7"ortes Co.
FRED. L. WALDRON,
Spreckels Block. :
All work carefully done by hand. Shirts, collars, ladV
and gent's suits washed. Dry Cleaning also.
Goods called for and delivered.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor,
S53 Beretania Strtet, OTPte rear entrance Hawaiian Hotel. 'Phone Blue 9Xf.