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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGUST
is Hawaii's most interesting wonder
spot. The S. S. CiauJne,, of the
Inter-Island Line, will sail Friday
at 5 p. m.
Lanai, and making: the ports of
windward Maui, will land passen
gers at the Volcano port of Hilo
on the Island of Hawaii, Sunday
morning. Five days may be spent
on the Big- Island, and Honolulu
reached again by S. S. "Kinau'
Saturday, Sept. 1st. Further infor
mation andNJckets of
Mrs. W. II. Giffard sailed on the
Aiameda yesterday for the mainland.
There will be a rehearsal in the E'ks
Hall of "Ship Ahoy" at eight o'clock.
Cannces Circle Xo. 240, C. O. F., reg
ular meeting this evening at 7:30 in San
and passing Molokai. I Numerous inquiries are being receiv-'e
ea oy the authorities from prospective ?
immigrants from the Azores. - X,
The subscribers to the Commercial 5?
Club will meet Friday evening at 7:30
at the Promotion Co.'s rooms, to hear Z4
Captain Rose, one of - the Union
Steamship Company's employes, was a
through passenger with his wife on the
A. D. Baldwin, who was struck with
sun blindness on Haleakala, left in the
Aiameda to consult an eye specialist t
on tne Coast.
RAPID TRANSIT I L
I : J
I RENT & COMPANY
938 Fort Street.
- Our Pilsner and "Wurzburger
comes direct from the Faderland
Try a cold glass at the
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets.
Don't take chances on the
safety of the door locks or the
infallability of your alleged fire
and burglar-proof safe. Get a
box in our safe deposit vault.
When the gong sounds and you are. away from the
reach of the car, too far away to catch it, you wish you
had considered your wife's wishes and bought a Gas
Stove. It takes very little time to set one up and connect
the pipes. Perhaps you will leave your order today and
eat gas stove-cooked-food tomorrow. fi
'"Just read Morgan s column.
The Rough Riders are coming.
Before-doing anything, go to Sachs'"
Cables, editorials, then Morgan's
. column. ' "
Coolest rooms, with improvements,
Majestic Hotel. . '
Japanese crepe and pineapple silks,
new stock, at Ehlers.
Try a jar of Mrs. Kearns new sliced
mango chutney. It's delicious.
A party desires a ; small furnished
cottage in Makiki or College Hills. .
Galvanum is the only paint that ad
heres i to galvanized iron. Sold . by
Lewers & Cooke.
Oysters, steaks, chops, frogs legs,
"Welsh-rabbit served at Royal Annex.
Lunches 25c, dinners 50c.
Mail orders for school supplies or
dered? through Wall.. Nichols Co.,
promptly filled. Schools open in Sep
tember. A furnished," mosquito-proof cottage
near Thomas Square, in a good loca
tion, for rent. See our "For Rent" ads.
on the last page.
Manchuria . souvenir postal scards are
now on sale at the Hawaii & South
Seas Curio Co., Alexander "Sowing and
Hawaiian hotel3. "
Sayegusa, at 1120 Nuuanu street, 13
making a special drive on embroidered
shirt waists at $2.50. They are really
worth twice the price.
Edison records fit the Star's Columbia
graphophone. Hawaiian News Co. has
just received a large new assortment.
All the latest music, etc.
First-class tickets to all stations on
the Oahu Railroad and Halelwa coupon
tickets are now on sale at the office
of Trent & Co.. 936 Fort street.
Miss Power has received some beau
tiful new hats direct from New York
and is displaying them at her millinery
parlors, Boston building, Fort street.
Rev. F. Fitz will have charge of the
Aliiolani College, a boarding and day
school for boys at Palolo. For terms
and particulars, addresd P. O. Box 502.
. Hotel Jefferson, San Francisco's lead
ing hotel, facing Jefferson Park, near
Van Ness avenue. European plan $L50
per day and up. Write for reserva
Lu Ahoy, Nuuanu street, near Hotel,
has some good two-piece suits for boys
at prices that seem naicujousijr iu
Mrs. W. S. Edings is seriously ill at
the home of her sister, in San Fran
cisco, where she has been visiting, for
the past month.
William Woon, formerly manager of
Hollister & Co.. left in the Miowera
for a visit to his old home at Oshawa,
The Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1
meets this evening in Odd Fellows"
Hall. Visiting Rebekahs are cordially
invited to attend.
F. S. Dodge, of the Bishop Estate and
a member of the Board of Education
was one of the departing passengers
by the Alameda yesterday.
J. S. Kalakiela announces himself
as a candidate for the nomination nf
Deputy Sheriff, subject to the action of
the Republican Convention.
Captain Slattery, Engineer Corps, TJ.
S. A., and Admiral Very, XJ. S. N., will
definitely decide upon the' location of
the Makapuu lighthouse on Friday.
Fourteen Chinese gamblers appeared
before Judge Whitney yesterday
Twelve pleaded guilty and were fined
and two had their sentences suspended
P. McKenna, the famous cable opera
tor at "the Hut" who sent Honolulu
its news of the San Francisco earth
quake, is a passenger on the Logan
en route to Guam.
District Attorney Breckons has taken
up the investigation of improper treat
ment of Japanese at the Immigrant
Station by subordinates which have
been preferred by local Japanese pa
The Toung Men's Christian Associ
ation cordially invites you to meet in
their hall the new secretary and his
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Super, Thurs
day evening, August 30, 1906. From
eight until ten.
Supervisors Dwight1 and Moore have
spent a day at Ewa investigating the
charges against Supervisor Archer re
garding the roads in his district. They
will report at next meeting of the
Board of Supervisors.
Certificates are being issued from the
executive department to clerks of
courts, setting forth that the courts in
which they are employed are courts of
record. This is one of the new natural
ization law requirements.
First Precinct, 4th " District, Repub
lican Club will meet at the residence
of T. P. Cummins, King street, Pa
waa, . tomorrow evening, for the pur
pose of nominating delegates to Terri
torial and district conventions.
A woman in jail under sentence for
bigamy by the Federal court had some
candy sent to her. She gave, a piece to
her infant, born in jail, and" the babe
forthwith had a bad attack of con
vulsions. Now the candy is to be
analyzedlo see if it contains poison.
The Archives building has been ex
amined by Superintendent. Holloway
and found in fine condition and the
lights have been tested. As soon as
the building is accepted, which may
have been done yesterday, the Terri
torial state documents will be moved
The case against Harry C. Mossman
for threatening his wife has been con-j
tinuea until Friday, although it is
doubtful if it will be called, second
thoughts having induced Mrs. Mossman
to withdraw her charge. Attorneys
Gear and Chillingworth appear for the
Time is getting short for parties to
make their bench show entries for their
dogs. Mr. Littlejohn. the secretary of
the Hawaiian Kennel Club, has thus
far received many entries, and as the
time will close upon the 29 inst. parties
desiring to exhibit their canine friends
should immediately apply for blanks.
Purser Blossom of the Manchuria
came to town yesterday afternoon on
the steamer Cummins and will be on
duty in the writing room of the Toung
Hotel at 10 a. m. today to attend to
booking the Manchuria passengers for j
the Hongkong Maru and Korea and I
issuing proper lay-over tickets to all. :
Received by S. S. Alameda, new line of
W 71 1 ST S
Come in and see our fine display.
In order to n ake room for contemplated improvements, we
are running several bargains, the most notable of which is a
FINE ENGLISH TERRA COTTA
With tray and holding four pints. The regular price is $1.50;
sale price is only $1.00. Also 4 quart watering pots, regular price'
35c. each, only 20c. each. -
W. W. DIMONB & COMPANY, LTD.
53, 55. 57. King Street, Honolulu.
f Y- -tr-v V '
will soon be here, and we would call
your attention to our complete stock
of School Books and Stationery.
Books at publishers prices.
Mail orders solicited and satisfaction
Wall, Nichols Go., Ltd.
Everything for the Office. .
and over THE ONLY OOUBLK-TRACK RAILWAY between tk
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. datir.
Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The best of everything
TICKETS SOLD TO AND FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE.
- R.R. ritchie, G.A.P.C. CHICAGO S NORTHWESTERN HI.
TEMPORARY OFFICE. 517 Mark-it St.. San Francisco, Cal.
or TJ. P. Company's Agent.
Large assortment of
J o & c si
ROYAL FRENCH. FRYER?
If not you should, because it is a' valuable adjunct to your
NO MORE GREASE SATURATED FOOD
The French way to fry Croquettes, Potatoes, Hamburg: Steaks,
Jrarsnips, Fritters, Crullers, Chicken, Fish Cakes, Meats and Cutlets,
Crabs, Lobsters, Oysters, Egg Plant and Fried Tomatoes.
169 KING STREET.
EVERY DAY AFTER JUNE 20, t
Can be seen at his office 122 King St., between 10 a. m.
and 3 p. m. ' -
Kimonos, Porcelain, Silk Handkerchiefs, plain and embroidered;
Lacquerware, Etc., Etc.
We have the finest assortment of Japanese Souvenir Postal
Cards in the city.
Telephone, Main 136.
30 King Street.
in the bathing pool at Haleiwa is as invigorating as a ride
on a toboggan and the water is not so cold. Our guests have
the privilege o the baching pool, the tennis court and the
golf links and we make special rates for the summer months.
Builder, Contractor and Reel Estate
He is selling Victoria lawn for sixty
cents a piece.
Libbys natural flavor food products
are the world's standard for whole
someness and excellence. Sold by all
grocers. Theo. H. Davtes & Co.. whole
The following bids were opened
at the Department of Public Works
yesterday for a one-room schoolhouse
at Kawaihapai, Oahu:
Aheong, 60 days
Emerson, 75 days...
De Fries, 90 days
IT. M. Stalmaper, 39 days...
O. Oss, 65 days--....
Mansfield. 5S days
NEW HANA JUDGE.
Chief Justice Frear has appointed
Kev. L. K. Kalcani as district magis
trate of .Hana, Maui, in place of J. -b-Kalama,
died. . --."V --
A. aengntiui Dan was given lasi eve n-
lng at the Alexander Young Hotel in
honor of the passengers of the steam
ship Manchuria. It was a fjne evening j
and the passengers enjoyed the novelty
of the music and dancing on the mostj
elegant floor In the city. The Hawai-f
Jan Tniisio esDeciallv attracted them. ia
, ' - f 13
I Henry R. Macfarlane has left in the
Governor's office, for safe keeping, the
last oil portrait of Kamehameha V !1
ever painted. It is a half length pic- j
ture. but the name of the artist is not
known. The portrait will be kept in
the executive chambers until the sj
Legislature meets, and if that body
does not buy it for the Territory it will
be returned to Mr. Macfarlane.
Honolulu has been hit by the Cana- g
dian wheat belt fever. H. E. Gares,
formerly in the meat business here, left 5jj
in the Miowera on his way to Edmon
ton, a rapidly growing city In the prov-
ince of Alberta, He will investigate tjj
the land proposition there on behalf of ptj
a Honolulu syndicate and, if the pros-
pects be favorable., probably take up a i
tract for settlement by the members &
of the syndicate. 45
Charles Poor, the Hawaiian actor. Is
a through passenger In the Miowera
from Australia, returning to New York
to resume his stage engagements. ;
Shortly before coming this way he was
playing under Frohman in ; England, k!
Mr. Poor was unable to stop over m
Honolulu, where he was born, either
way on his round voyage in the Pa
cific. C, A. K. Hopkins took him round
while the steamer was In port yester
day. . .
pecial Announcement j
Regular value $i.oo $1.25 $1.50 $2.75
Special at $ .75 $ .85 $1.20 $1.85
LINEN TOWELS, FRINGED AND HEMSTITCHED
Regular value .. $2.00 $2.25 $2.75 $3.00
Special at $1.60 $1.75 $2.00 $2.25
COTTON TOWELS : . v
Regular value $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75
Special at $.70 $ .90 $1.00 $1.35
LINEN TABLE COVERS
Regular value S2.50 $3.00 $3.75 $6.00
Special at .'. $1.75 $2.25 $2.75 $4.50
Regular value .......... $1.00 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00
Special at $ .75 $1.10 $1.25 $1.50
Regular value S .90 $1.25 $1.50 S1.75
Special at $ .75 $ .95 $1.25 $1.50
Regular value 10c. per yard
Special ie yards for $1.00
READY-MADE SHEETS 5490 72x90 81x90
Special at 50c 60c 75c
. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD. I
Is rich and pure and presents to the consumer a milk emi
nently suitable for every purpose. PIONEER BRAND
EVAPORATED CREAM is pure cow's milk evaporated
to the consistency of cream. It is thoroughly sterilized,
thereby ensuring perfect keeping qualities.
For coffee, tea or chocolate it is unrivaled. It is excellent
and inexpensive for ice-cream. As a substitute for ordinary
milk or cream, its equal has yet to be discovered.
A PERFECT UN5WEETENED
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS GROCERS.
DaYies & Co. Ltd,
Distributors for Hawaii.
All work carefully done by hand. Shirti, collars, ladiet'
Rent's suits washed. Dry Cleaning also.
'Goods called for and delivered.
J. ABAOIEt Proprietor,
61 BerctarUa Street, oppotile rear entrance Hawaiian Hotel. 'Phone Slue tut.
BOSS OF THE ROAD OVERALLS
DRESS SUIT CASES
NEW LINE OF SHIRTS, TIES, HATS AND CAPS.
DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW.
Fort Street ----- Odd Fellows Building.