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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, July 09, 1906, Image 9

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Everybody's Going
To The Volcano But
Father And He's
Coming Later.
Summer Rates Are
So Reasonable.
All about it
TRElNT & CO.
958 Fort Street.
When you buy wine by bulk
you save money and get an arti
cle that is filly as wholesome as
the bottled goods that is if you
make your purchase at the CRI
TERION jobbing department.
PHONE, MAIN 36.
When your house is burning
wouldn't you feel easier if you
knew your valuable papers were
in a fire-proof vault ? The Henry
Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd., will
rent you absolute security for five
dollars a year, then burglars can
not reach them and the fire will
not burn.
Persons who have ordered .
' copies of the Jubilee Advertiser s.
I are requested to call for them to-
5 day. otherwise they will be sold K
a to fill other orders. There will X
be no second edition.
Pacific Lodge holds regular business
meeting this evening.
Rathbone Sisters meet this evening
in K. of P. Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. Roarers, the oculist, leave?? tomor
row for Maui and will be afisent from
Honolulu until about the 21st.
The inquest over the remains 1 of
Magnus Folktward, who was shot and
killed last Sunday morning by Antone
Carvalho, will be held at the police
station at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
The steamer Nippon Maru 7 the T.
K. K. line is due from Yokohama this
afternoon. The vessel will probably
depart for San Francisco Tuesday
morning, carrying mail only from here.
George Holowale hit a young Hawai
ian woman over the head with a stew
pan early yesterday morning, and was
consequently arrested and placed in the
station house until today, when he
will appear before the magistrate.
The installation ceremonies of Pacific
Rebekah Lodge will be held on Thurs
day evening, at which not only all
present, but Olive Branch members and
Odd Fellows are invited to attend. An
informal entertainment will follow the
installation and the ladies are planning
a dainty collation for the occasion.
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Physicians will tell you that gas as a fuel is not in
jurious to the health, that it causes less heat in the
kitchen and is, consequently, a benefit to health because
there is less liability to cold through changes in the tem
perature. There are a dozen or so other reasons why gas
should be used not the least of which is the question of
economy.
5 8
onolulu
Gas Co., Ltd.
WHITNEY & MARSH
A new line of
JUST OPENED
rrriin
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Indian Head, yard wide, at Sachs'.
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
receipt books, 50c. each, at the Gazette
office.
Mrs. O. L. Dickerson's sale still con
tinues. Hats from one dollar up. Cash
only.
Wampole's preparations, if taken in
time, prevent consumption. Sold at all
drugstores.
Ice cream cornucopias, two for 5
at May's on Emma street, near Vine'
yard. Best in city.
Morgan sells at the residence of Mrs
Ramsay on Beretania street, near Ala-
pal street, the whole of ber household
furniture, also an up-to-date library,
today at 10 o'clock a. m.
A. Blom has just received many
handsome new gods. Among them are
ladies' and children's hosiery, ladies
white lisle gloves, dainty spotted nets
and white linen belts. Visit the new
store in Model block.
A rented house never seems like
home. The best citizens are owners
of homes. Ownership creates pride of
place and is a pleasure in itself. Call
on Trent & Co., 938 Fort street, and
learn how to easily secure a home.
Dresden ribbons at the Sachs store.
MAUI PLEASED
WITH RACES
The races at Kahului on the Fourth
of July were among the best ever held
on this island and seemed to give uni
versal satisfaction.
An unusually large attendance was
on hand and the most orderly crowd
seen anywhere for years. Many peo
ple who attended for the first time ex
pressed surprise at the good behavior
of all present. On an occasion of this
kind one naturally expects to see some
misbehavior, but not so at Kahului.
The races were fairly run and no
charges of jobbery made. This is a
most healthy sign, for nothing will so
scon disgust the people as trickery. The
officers of the association are all men
of high standing and the manner in
which they conducted the races was
a credit to themselves and greatly to
the advantage of the association. ' Few
people are so dead as not to enjoy the
exciting contests between good horses
and those who attended the races this
year were all thoroughly satisfied with
the day's sport.
The contests were strictly of a local
nature as the purses were not large
enough to justify the expense of bring
ing Honolulu horses here. This also
made jobbing less of a temptation and
was far more satisfactory to all.
If the association will continue to
carry on the meetings each year in th
future as they did this one they will
do much to develop speedv horses here
and afford much pleasure to the whole
population on the island. Maui News.
FOUR-FOOTED BEAST
IMS DUCK BOUSE
Kaimuki poultry-raisers are again
suffering from the depredations of the
strange beast which wrought such
havoc in the chicken-houses of the dis
trict a year ago.
Une latest ravages by the four-foot
ed intruder occurred in the depression
between the Leahi Home and Diamond
Head. One lady lost 53 young chickens
one night, the wounds being made in
the neck and the blood sucked.
Early yesterday morning another
lady wa3 awakened by a disturbance in
her duck-house, where were 'roosting
seven full-grown Pekm ducks.
jit-r nijsiL.ai:i went out into the yard
to investigate and saw a lithe form
slinking away in the moonlight from
the duck-house. It was more than
twice as big as a full-grown mongoose
and disappeared in the lantana thicket
Inspection of the ducks' abode re
vealed three of the Pekins lying stark
dead, a fourth dying, and the re
maining two badly bitten in the neck.
The slayer of the birds had eaten a
neat hole from a little beyond the base
of the skull into the brain.
It is improbable that the blood
thirsty midnight marauder is a mon
goose, for this pestiferous little an
imal seldom hunts by night and an in
stance of its attacking a bird as large
as a Pekin duck is almost unknown.
A mongoose that would attack, kill or
maim seven big ducks at one sitting
would have to be a veritable monster.
The opinion of the afflicted neighbor
hood is that the murderer is an animal
which has made its escape from a zoo
logical collection.
CREWE-READ
IN SHANGHAI
O. Crewe-Read, formerly with the
local cable company and now in Shang
hai, has joined the Shanghai Cricket
Club, the crack organization of the
Chinese city.
In his first match he went to bat
first, but had the misfortune to be run
out before he bad scored.
THE S. S. ALAMEDA JULY 11TH.
takes the next shipment of Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples to the
Coast. 6 fruits to the crate. Office
with "Wells-Fargo, King street.
O'Om..- rs- .bVi
.V YOB Ug-J2
The Original and Leading Brand
Since 1857.
Best for Infants Best for Household.
YOU CAN'T IMPROVE ON BORDEN'S.
HEO H. DAVIES k CO- LTD.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR HAWAII.
Dart
Step in and See Them!
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and over THE ONLY DOUBLE-TRACK RAILWAY between tl
Missouri River and Chicago.
THREE FAST TRAINS DAILY.
VIA
SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS
Overland Limited. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 11 a. a.
daily. The most Luxurious Train in the World. New Pullman Drawlcjj
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 t. m. dally.
I Through Pullman Palace and Sleeping Cars to Chicago. Dining Car.
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Atlantic Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 9 a. m. flaay.
Standard and Toui-ist Sleepers.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS
"Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The best of everything.
It. R. RITCHIE. O.A.P.C.
CHICAGO S NORTHWESTERN ET.
TEMPORARY OFFICE, 433 14th Street, Oakland, California,
or U. P. Company's Agent.
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ALLIGATOR PEARS and
are now in season !
Did you ever realize that any fruit bruised by falling
looses much, if not all of its delicious fresh flavor, and that
this is more particularly true of both the Mango and Alligator
Pear?
:Sl.OO FRUIT PICKERS f.OO
We carry," are especially made to save the fruit. Are ad
justable so that fruit can be picked from low trees as readily"
as from high ones. Foles can be had any size from 4 to 25
feet.
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53-57 KING STREET
& CO., LTD.
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Very Becoming
ew pre
FTk.
Beat the Beetles
You can do it as "easy as ease." It is time the coun
try was cleared of the enemy to roses just as it is being
cleared of the enemies of sugar. Private interests are look
ing after the sugar and private parties should see that
Honolulu will be in a position to have a "War of the
Roses" next year. Arsenate of Lead from Hobron Drug
Co. will help amazingly.
A little Taroena food todav will be risrht.
Hobron Drug Company.
ROUGH SHANTUNG SILKS
27 inches wide, in cadet, navy.
gray ami purple, per yard..
$1.00
GOOD NEWS
FOR CRICKE1ERS
NEW PONGEE SILKS.
27 inches wide, extra heavy
quality, per yard HM
Hand-made Harness and Saddlery
Est. 1889
We have always a supply of the tenderest j-oung broilers
from the best poultry yards on the Coast. The fact that they
have been kept in cold storage adds to the quality of the meat ;
it will melt in your mouth. Fat roasting Turkeys, corn-fed
and tender, are to be had of us at all times.
Fresh Bologna Sausage every day.
etropolltan Meat. Co , Ltd.
QUALITY. ECONOMY.
80A IE
STors.ol-ui.lia Soap "'voxlsas Ca
FRED. L. WALDRON,
Spreckels Block. : : : Sole Agent.
Noiseless
Easily Repaired
"NEW DOflE"
Siphon jet low down closet, embossed bowl, bent oalc,
piano finish and paper lined tank. Natural oak, never split
seat, and Douglas siphon valve.
Sample in our show window.
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The Plumber. 85 King Street.
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Matlock Campbell
Can be seen at his office 122 King St., between 10 a. m.
and 3 p. m.
Full line of all Horse
Goods. Repairs to Harness.. Saddles, Trunks, Suit Cases 'and Bags
ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.
82 King Street, near Fort
Tel. M. 427
COIN DOTTED SILKS.
the very latest, per
24 inches,
yard . .
.$1.00
NEW SILK CREPE DE
CHINE.
24 and 27 inches, in cream, pink,
black, light blue and other col
ors, an -elegant quality, per
yard $1.25
There is rejnieing in' the camp of the
cricketers. The reason of the gladness
is that Superintendent of Public Works
Ho!!owav has promised to plant shrubs
round the Makiki ground, to lay water
pipes thereon and to have the place
kept clean and garnished.
At present the place is a dried up
wilderness, unbeautiful and unloved.
WASH TAFFETA SILKS.
Guaranteed to wear, ail colors,
including Wick and white, reg
ular $1.00 quality, per yard $
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TELLS BOW
ei WIS ABRESTED
Commissioner Maling on Saturday
tbok the deposition of Thomas J. Ford,
the fireman libeling Oceanic Steamship
Co. for 3190 on account of false im
prisonment as alleged. Messrs. Gear
and Dunne are proctors for libelant,
and Mr. McCIanahan represents libelee.
Ford, according to his evidence, had
been drinking pome on the day of his
ai rest. He ouirrclt?:! with a Spaniard
on board the steamer Ventura over an
international argument. Then he went
ashore, where lie imbibed more liquor,
and picking up a stray cat returned
hipboard. The Spaniard again en
countered him. throwing him down,
and after a rough-and-tumble fight on
the deck Ford crept into his bunk.
There, after a while, he heard the sec
ond engineer tell someone that he was
the man, and immediately afterward a
and to the police station. He was not
allowed to take any of his clothing
except what he wore at the time to
the station, so that when the steamer
sailed without him he was left without
the rest of his dunnage.
No charge was entered against him
on the station register and he lay in
jail until Mr. Gear had him out and
discharged on a writ of habeas corpus
more than four days later.
Ford was leaving in the steamer
Kirkland, hence had his deposition
ta'ken.
Corner Fort and Beretania. Sts. policeman took him out of his bunk' wail.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC. CHOLERA
AND DIARRHOEA DEMEDY
IN INDIA.
Mrs. Sd. L. Hiscocks writing from
Clare Road, Bycu.la, India, says: "I
have used and still require a good
many bottles of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
have found it invaluable as a cure as
well as preventive of cholera. I have
found it most successful and so far
have never known it to fail if given
early in the stages." For sale by Ben
son. Smith & Co., Ltd., Agents for Ha-
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TUT I
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For one week only we will offer Suits, Hats, Neckwear,
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs for men, youths and boys, at prices
less than one-half their value.
Come and examine our goods and prices and be con
vinced that -Makea street is the place to buy your Suit and
Panama Hat for the glorious Fourth.
L B. KERR & Company, Ltd.
ALAKEA STREET.
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