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TITO PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, OCTOBER i, 106.
It may be that there is virtue
in the left hind foot of a
rabbit killed on a dark nigt
at the time of the full moon,
but it would probabiy serve
better to ward away rheu-rr-atism
than it would to pro
- tect you against loss of home
or furniture by fire. Property
owners with foresight assure
themselves of safety by tak
ing out policies on their
property. After the fire it is
too late. '
IREHT & COMPANY
issue best policies. 938 For
A hot lunch
with a cold drink
If cleanliness, quick and po
lite service, good cooking and
quality, combined with a very
low price, are an inducement,
you will want to lunch here.
Merchants, bankers, profes
sional men and clerks lunch at
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The time to think of securing
your valuable papers is while you
have them, not after they are lost
Get a safe deposit box at Henry
Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
Sachs' millinery opening.
The same snappy soda formerly
served at Hobron's can be had now
at Benson, Smith & Co.'s store. Kim
is In charge.
The most delightful thirst quencher
is Primo beer. A single trial oroves
Two tent cottages on Waikikl beach
offered for rent by J. O. Lutted at
New England Bakery.
At the head of your shopping list
this morning put A. Blom's embroidery
sale. It's the best sale in months.
Best in the city. May's ice cream cor
nucopias, 2 for 5c. See that his name
is on the wagon when you buy them.
It's difficult to find a house. Let us
aid you when you get ready to rent a
place. Trent & Co., 93S Fort street.
Beautiful hats at reasonable prices.
Madame Josephine's Millinery Parlors.
162 Jrlotel street, opposite the Young
Eriergine is. the new fuel for automo
bilists. Contains 80 per cent, more
energy then gasoline. H. Hackfeld &
First-class tickets to all stations on
the Qahu Railroad and Haleiwa coupon
tickets are now on sale at the office
of Trent & Co., 935 Fort street.
The Misses Johnson and Olson ar
rived on the Alameda on Friday and
have reopened their dressmaking par
lors at 1116 Richards street, corner of
Auction sale of household furniture
tomorrow at 10 o'clock at the resi
dence of A. A. Deas, 1377 King street,
near Keeuumoku. Jas. F. Morgan
will conduct the sale.
The Hobron soda fountain is being
moved by the new owners, Benson.
Smith & Co.. to the store at the cor
ner of Hotel and Fort streets and
will be in operation there on Tuesday.
The- firm of Wagner & Calvert, deal
ers in live stock at Kalihi, has dis
solved partnership. All persons hav
ing claims against the firm are re
quested to mail same at once, care
P. O. Box 273.
Ladies, why don't you try decorating
china in your leisure hours at home?
It is a fascinating occupation. Any
clever woman can do it. We supply
every requisite, including the white
china. E. O. Hall & Son.
Our exquisite postals are much su
perior to the daubs made in the
States. They are hand-painted, but
cost you no more. Brasses, mats and
pottery. Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Co., Alexander Young building.
The Sachs Dry Goods Co. cordially
invites the ladies of Honolulu to their
showing of Gage's new fall pattern
hats. Big specials for Monday. Tues
day and Wednesday are also offered in
printed batistes, ready-made sheets,
pillowcases and white lawn shirt
waists. . Coupons for the Panama
model contest with every 25c. pur
chase. Contest for the Panama Canal model
begins today at Sachs. A coupon
with every 25c. purchase.
In buying a cough medicine for chil
dren never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. It is especially valu
able for colds, croup and whooping
cough. For sale by Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
Regular meeting of Hawaiian Lodge
This is the opening day of the 1906
term of the Supreme Court.
Yesterday's drunks included J. Car
rol, J. Westal and W. E. Kerr.
The Wainee murder trial will be re
sumed before Judge De Bolt this morn
ing. There will be work in the first degree
this evening at Harmony Lodge, I. O.
O. F. .
J. F. Eckardt, superintendent of the
Queen's Hospital, has returned from a
trip to the Volcano.
J. Nalailua. L. Pflenap? md J. Ka
aihue were arrested yesterday and are
t being held for investigation.
Next Monday the Federal court term
will open, the grand jury appearing
on that day to receive Judge Dole's
All through passengers per S. S. Mon
golia will please call at the office - of
H. Hackfeld & Co.. agents, today
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mrs. W. S. Porter, wife of Captain
Porter of the Mongolia. . will . leave for
San Francisco in the Alameda, arriv
ing there as soon as her husband.
IShortly before midnight a rumor
was current that the transport Sheri
dan had come off the reef. It could
not be verified and was probably not
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary and Guild of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will be held at the residence
of Canon Mackintosh th4s afternoon at
K. Hashimoto was arrested yester
day on a charge of violating the Sab
bath. He allowed billiards to be play
ed in a parlor owned by him at the
corner of River and Beretania avenue
A typographical error in yesterday's
"Commercial" produced the wild state
ment that 50 cents a share on Onomea
stock every month was equal to 8 1-2
per cent, on the par value. It was
written 2 1-2 per cent. The par value
of Onomea is $20 a share.
By a cablegram received yesterday
by Mrs. Julia Afong from her son.
Tony Afong, dated . at Hongkong, it
was learned that Mr. C. Afong's death
was due merely to old age, he being
in his eighty-second year. His death
took place at his country seat near
Hongkong. According to the cable
gram, he was to be given an official
funeral on October 1, which happen
ed to be yesterday in the Far East.
WAIAKEA SOCIAL SETTLEMENT.
According to Miss Firbeek's latest
report three hundred and seven eases
were treated at the dispensary during
the vacation. Since the opening of the
schools there have been sixtv-two cases.
Throughout the summer Waiakea was
unusually free from all contagion. The
sewing school is in sore need of teach
ers. Miss Erbeek hopes for volunteers.
It will be impossible for her to- con
tinue the work alone owing to her many
other duties. The attendance at the
Sunday school is excellent but more
teachers are much needed. The girls'
athletic club is a popular feature at
present. This is under Miss Erbeek '3
leadership. A similar club for boys
will soon be organized by Mr. Warner,
a new teacher at the Into boarding
school. The Christian Endeavor mem
bership was increased fourfold. Many
Waiakea parents are anxious for a kin
dergarten and have promised the at
tendance of fifty children between four
and six years of age. The presence of
a worker at Waiakea in the person of
a trained kindergarten teacher, though
exceedingly desirable, is impossible at
present owing to lack of funds. Do
nations of old sheets for bandages, old
clothing for either outdoor or indoor
sports, will be very acceptable. Miss
Erbeck's earnest, faithful work should
win the ready response to her appeal
for aid which she so richly desires.
I. D. in Hilo Tribune.
First showing- of
Gage's New Fall Pattern
MONDAY, TUESDAY and
October ist, 2nd, and 3rd.
Canal Model Contest Begins
PRINTED EATISTES Regular,
and 20c; Special, 10c per yard.
READY MADE SHEETS Size 81x30,
at 60c a;id 70c each.
READY MADE PILLOW CASES Size
45x36, at 12 l-2c, 15c and 20 each.
WHITE LAWN SHIRT WAISTS Em
broidery Trimmed, at 95c each.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
WING HOP TAI CO.
Xotice is hereby given that, during
the absence of Look Kew from the Ter
ritory, Mr. Yum Young will act as
manager of Wing Hop Tai Co., now
doing business as merchants at Ka
paau, X. Kohala, Island of Hawaii.
WING HOP TAI CO.
- By LOOK KEW.
Dated September 25, 1906. 7531
NOTE PAPER in ream, box or tablet form, various weights, with
or without Envelopes.
TYPE-WRITER PAPER, cap and letter size; light and heavy,
With other staple goods, and iate works of fiction, at
1063 Fort Street, Honolulu.
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it is ?
real fun to make
Ice Cream; it
runs so easy.
"Time is money'", "economy is wealth". When you buy a
"LIGHTNING" you get both..
W. W. ISimONB 3c COMPANY, IED.
53, 55. 57. King Street. Honolulu.
Which will begin on SATURDAY NEXT, 29th inst., when we will
offer a fresh consignment of our celebrated
You can stay a week or two at
Haleiwa and return benefited in
health and with that feeling of
satisfaction that comes when one
has not spent all of his money.
Manager Bidgood will give you
all information regarding rooms
TRENT & CO., Local Agents.
Are You Satisfied?
Habit keeps some people eating at the same old place all the
time even after they are dissatisfied. If you are one of these,
break away today and come to Scotty's.
Selected live island turkeys and chickens' come in each week.
Our frog's legs are very popular. ,
Lunch, with beer, 25 cents.
Dinner, 5 to 8, 50 cents.
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Sts.
Also, some splendid values in Ladies' KNITTED VESTS FROM
sf Ji!ij!!!LL . ' i 1 1 in '"
EVERY DAY AFTER JUNE 20,
Can be seen at his office 122 King St., between 10 a. m.
and 3 p. m. ,
Builder, Contractor and Real Estate
ITEMS FROM H1L0
According to the stories told by Jap-,
f the hotter class there are at j
present in Hilo a number of bad men
of their own race and the respectable
portion of the Nipponese regard these
social pariahs with anything but es
teem. The preliminary survey for the Hilo
Breakwater has been completed and
the report for submission to "Washing
ton, f). is now being prepared by
D. A. Loebenstein. The survey con
sists of a complete record of soundings
along the reef and of borings to de
termine the nature of the sea floor.
L. II. Thompson, of Haksil.ni, is leav
ing on the Enterprise for San Francisco.
When lie returns there will be a Mrs.
Thompson with him.
Mrs. Bvron K. Baird, wife of the
Deputy Collector of Customs, will leave
on the Enterprise for a visit to her
mother and sister at San Diego.
An addition to the St. Joseph's
school for girls has been built in front
of the main building.
One of those tragedies aft" too fre
quent in Japanese life, as it is seen on
these islands, occurred at Pepeckeo
plantation on Thursday morning, Mura
Yanja la, a prepossessing young Japa
nese woman of twenty-one years being
stabbed to death, presumably by her
husband, .Tinkichi Yamada, who is irt
this writing a fugitive. Jealousy is
supposed to have prompted the crime.
A laborer named Omura Otara, who the
previous Sunday had bought Yamada's
wife the murdered woman for $160
is detained l oth as a witness and as a
party to the unlawful sale of the wo
man. The opening of the Hilo schools for
the year is marked by increased attend
ance over former years. In the High
school. Principal Richmond reports an
attendance of 105 in the four grades un
der his supervision, as compared with
50 in three grades Iasfc year, while the
number in the higa school proper has
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to all other brands I
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Annual Sale of
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Just received a fine line of Ladies'' Muslin Underskirts, Night Dresses and Drawers, which we
will place on sale FOR ONE WEEK. SALE COMMENCING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29..
75c Embroiderv Trimmed Skirts
Good Value. SALE PSICB . . . 65c
85e Lace Trimmed Skirts. A Good
seller. SALE PRICE 75c
$1.00 Good Muslin Skirt, trimmed
with Lace Insertion and Edge.
SALE PRICE 85s
$1.25 Muslin Skirt with Lace or
Embroidery Edge. SALE
PRICE . . $1-00
$1.50 Muslin Skirt with Fine Tor
chon Lace. SALE PRICE. . .$1.20
$1.75 Embroidery trimmed Skirt
with Large" Tueks. SALE
$2.00 Mulin Skirt Trimmed with
Embroidery Insertion and Edg
ing. SALE PRICE $1-60
DON'T MISS THIS SAL
45e Hemstitched Drawers, good
Muslin. SALE PRICE' 35c
50c Muslin Drawers with Embroid
ery Edge. SALE PRICE .40c
G5e Lace Trimmed Drawers with
Elounce. SALE PRICE 50c
75c Embroidery Trimmed Drawers,
good quality. SALE PRICE...
&1.00 Ladies' Pine Muslin Drawers
Trimmed with . Embroidery.
SALE PRICE ,
$1.25 Ladies' Fine Muslin Drawers
Trimmed with Lace. SALE
$2.00 Fine Muslin Drawers, Trim
med with Embroiderv and Fine
Tucks. SALE PRICE $1.60
65e Ladies' Muslin Gowns Trim- '
med with Lac and Embroid
ery. SALE PRICE .60e
90e Lace Trimmed Gowns. A Bar
gain. SALE PRICE . 79
$1.00 Embroidery Trimmed Gowns,
Low Neck and Short Sleeres.
SALE PRICE 85
$1.25 Ladies' Fine, Muslin Gowns,
Lace or Muslin Trimmed.
SALE PRICE $1.00
$1.50 Low Neck Night Gowns,
Trimmed with Embroidery.
SALE PRICE $1.29
$1.75 Fine Muslin Night Gowns,
Low Neck and Short Sleeres.
SALE PRICE $1.35
$2.00 Embroidery Trimmed Muslin
Night Gowns. SALE PRICE. $1.60
E OF UNDERWEAR IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY!
Saturday we place on sale fifty of these Robes; the embroidery work is beautiful; the Skirts
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are cut full and partly made; the waists have surncient material to make any styie waisi. onumu
sell at $7.00. OUR PRICE FOR NEXT WEEK $5.00