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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MARCH
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO.
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INSURE IN THE
California Insurance Co.
"The company that
pays." Over two and a
half millions paid for
RENT & COMPANY.
and have a refreshing drink of
This beer is on draft at the
Cor. Hotel and Bethel Streets.
Don't Fail to Visit
CRATER OF KILAUEA
DUEING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
Sailing from Honolulu Tuesday, Men.
19th, per S. S. KINAU, returning by
same vessel Saturday, Mch. 23rd, the
round trip costs only ,
For tickets and Information regard
ing the trip apply to
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
Tourist Information Bureau.
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT
Pineapple silks at Sachs.
Chinese grass linens at Sachs.
Get neufchatel cheese at the Metro
politan meat market.
Japanese embroidered and drawn
work linens at Sachs.
Buy Singer's bread. Best in town,
Twenty-six loaves for a dollar.
A selection of 300 postcards to pick
from at Arleigh's book store.
Full bred Plymouth Rock eggs for
sale. Apply 442 School, near Liliha,
Refresh yourself with some Pilsner
or Wurzburger on draft at the Cri
terion. Historical Honolulu in paper covers
for sale at the Gazette office at 10c
A fine, gentle riding horse is offered
for sale. Can be seen by caling at
the Maternity Home.
Nicely furnished mosquito proof cot
tage to be had at 1606 Kalihi road, just
opposite the School street extension.
If you are looking for anything in
the way of leather bags, purses, etc..
the Hawaiian News Co., Ltd., can sat
No matter what stain you have in
your clothes, the French Laundry can
take it out. All hand work, done at
258 Beretania street.
First-class tickets to all stations on
the Oahu Railroad and Haleiwa coupon
tickets are now on sale at the office
of Trent & Co.. 9J Fort street.
New millinery has just been received
AVe are showiner all that the new sea
son offers. Madame Josephine's Mil
linery Parlors, 162 Hotel street.
Chinese jade jewelry with pure gold
mountings made by experienced worK
men for sale at Sun Wo's Chinese jew
elry store, 1308 Maunakea street.
You have never known paint perfec
tion if you have not used Fuller s pure
prepared paint on your buuamgs
is sold by Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Sooner or later -you are bound to use
electric power for your machinery; tqai
is if you keep in the race. Consult
the Hawaiian Electric Co., Limited.
Freedom from worry about your
jewels, etc., you can have for 50c. a
month if you lodge them in one of the
safe deposit boxes of the Hawanan
Trust Co., Ltd.
Follow the lead of the Pacific Coast
and insure your property with the
Queen. The Pacific Coast people are
in a position to know the insurance
company which pays. Hawaiian Trust
Where did you get that butter?
Whew! Why didn't you go to Lewis
and get delicious Denman creamery
butter fresh and just salted to e
taste' The Butter Emporium, 169 King
street; three telephones: 240, 240 and
240. Ring up for a block.
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The quick relief afforded by Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in cases of
whooping cough, makes it a voriW
with the mothers of sma . ch"a
with the mothers of small children
making it easier to expectorate keeps
the cough loose and counteracts any
tendency toward pneumonia For sale
by Benson, Smith & Co. Ltd., Agents
The pa-u riders will ride one week
from today instead of today as adver
tised. It is reported that forty Portuguese
families will leave in the Alameda for
Delegate Kuhio made his first call on
Governor Carter since his return from
Ladies' Auxiliary, A. O. H., Division
To. 1, regular meeting at 8 p. m. in
C. B. U. hall on Fort street.
There is to be work in the second
degree at the meeting of the Excelsior
Lodge, I. O. O. F.." this Pvenln?
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Four Chinese gamblers were arrest
ed at half past nine last nierht bv Offi- I
cer Leal. Thev Wfre roleaool n'h,n
Mrs. Stangenwald carried out hr an
nual custom on Sunday by furnishing
the Rapid Transit carmen with green
favors for St. Patrick's day.
Thomas E. Kepuer of Manila and
Mrs. Daphne B. Whitin, late of Hono-
jlulu, were recently married at Manila.
A social will be held by the Ladies' !
Aid Society of the Christian church at
the home of Mrs. W. F. Thompson, Kai-
muki, from 2 to 5 Thursday afternoon.
Pacific Lodge, F. & A. M... meets this
evening for work in the third degree.
Visiting brothers of the order now in
the city are cordially invited to at
Vere, daughter of C. V. E. Dove, was
severely hurt on Sunday evening by a
horse she was riding bareback falling
and rolling on her. She Is now doing
Chairman R. H. Herron and col
leagues of the Los Angeles Chamber of
Commerce committee on the steamer
Ohio excursion .called on Governor Car
Captain R. D. Cutler of the barken
tine Klikitat is sick on shore, at Mrs.
Ganzell's house, corner of Fort and
Vineyard streets. His trouble is sup
posed to be dengue fever.
The Education Committee from the
House visited the High School yester
day. The pupils were assembled and
sang a few songs for the benefit of the
Solons, closing with America.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cummins en
tertained a large number of guests at
their Nuuanu residence, Ahipuu, at a
luau on Sunday, the occasion being the
72nd birthday of Mr. Cummins.
A. V. Gear was seen at Pawaa junc
tion yesterday witn a big horse pistol
and a box of cartridges, and said he
was going out to the zoo to shoot the
bears. Anyone fond of bear steaks
should see Mr. Gear early today.
Julieta Kealoha Molina Aona, aged
20 years, a sister of Mrs. Nani Alapai,
died at Leahi Home yesterday, after a
lingering illness. Her funeral will
take place tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. from
the undertaking parlors of H. H. Wil
Cattoh, Neill & Co., Ltd., will shortly
erect extensive new foundry and ma
chine shops at Kakaako. Superintend
ent Holloway has asked the county to
clear the site of harbor dredgings, of
which it has had the use for road ma
The executive committee which has
charge of the March meet will hold
a meeting at 5 o'clock this afternoon
at the Y. M. C. A. Hall. The meet
ing was to have been held yesterday,
but as many of the members were
officials at the track meet yesterday, it
It is said to be probable, according
to what Captain Slattery, former U. S.
engineer here, intimated, that the Uni
ted States government will take over
the wharves at the foot of Fort street, j
besides erecting the rear range light I
at that point as selected by Captain
Mvstic Lodge No. 2, Knights of
Dvthida win nip.pt this evening at 7:30
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in the new Pythian Castle hall, at the
corner of Fort and Beretania avenue,
when work in the rank of Knight will
be done. All visiting Knights are cor
dially invited to attend and a smoker
will be given for them after the Joage
work is finished.
ON THE EOOF GAEDEN.
The roof garden was ablaze with light
iact pvpnine. the occasion being a
dance given in honor of the Los An
gelenos. Ernest Kaai's Glee Club fur
nished the music and a large number
of local people were present.
STOVES AND RANGES
Famous fqr more than forty years and built in the largest stove
plant in the world.
JEWEL STOVES are used with satisfaction in seven out of
every ten homes in the Hawaiian Islands. Ts vnnrt a T1? Tf
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W. W. DIMOND & COMPANY, LTD.
Distrbutors. 53-57 King- Street, Honolulu.
Telephone lain 352
will immediately reach the
best Roof Repairers in town
PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO., LTD.
Try some other! Then try this!
We have the sole Agency and have had it for years.
Because we have found it the best!
Denman has the finest Creamery in California.
Lewis & Company, Ltd.
169 King Street.
240 (3) Telephones (3) 240 (3) 240 (3) 240.
Los Angeles Visitors
MONDAY EYE. - - 18th
Admission 25 c
AVE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
IX ALL COLORS
CHINESE GRASS LINEN
By the Piece or Yard In White and
GRASS LINEN CENTERS
With Napkins and Doilies to Match
Japanese Hand-Drawn Linen,
Hand Embroidered Shirtwaist
Hand-Drawn Silk Shirtwaist
IN ALL COLORS
The longer you put off the rest and recreation that
your system needs, the harder it will be to recuper
ate. If you will take a day, now and then, and go to
Haleiwa you will find such relief from the ills from
which you have suffered that you will not know
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD, Manager.
IfJ WA1ALUA DILLS
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
The climate at Opaeula, in the hill
section of the big Waialua plantation,
has snap enough to it to suit the most
fastidious. The following extracts
from a letter from D. W. Shelhamer,
received yesterday, don't sound much
like a tale from the tropics. "I'll bet
you don't sleep under as many blankets
as I do. The thermometer has been
ranging around in the 50 's up here all
this week, 50 deg. being the coolest,
but it is good to be alive, especially
when it doesn't rain. Last Monday
was so clear I could see the gulches on
Kauai, and for two days the outlines
of that island were very plain to be j
seen. The bracing air here in the
mornings, fresh from the hills, with
pheasants crowing and skylarks sing
ing, make me think there are many
worse places to live than by the Opae
ula dam site. My health is so good just
now that getting up at half-past five
and being out with the Japs all day
on theditch is a regular picnic. In
closed please find money order to re
new my subscription to the Advertiser;
I can't keep house without it."
Hawaiian enameled jewelry in de
signs not yet copied. I will sell large
oval-shaped belt pins for $3.50, former
price $6.50; beautiful coat-of-arm pins
for $2.00, formerly $3.50; small size
$1.25, also hatpins for $1.50. Every
thing in proportion. Come and see
them. You will save 50 cents on the
dollar, and I will still make a fair
profit. G. Dietz, 1066 Fort Street.
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WORLD'S NEWS DAILY
II SEND-OFF FOR
LOS ANGELES PEOPLE
It is reported - that the last night of
Los Angeles tourists in Honolulu will
be celebrated by a dance at the tropi
cal Seaside Hotel, and that the grounds
and entire hotel will be given over to
the Entertainment and Promotion j
Committees on Thursday evening for
the purpose of entertaining the visitors.
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There was a meeting of the Board of
Immigration yesterday, at which the
only business was consideration of a
cablegram from E. R. Stackable, special i
agent in Europe, giving an estimate
of the amount of money further need
ed in his work.
AT THE PARK
Today's band concert will take place
at 4 o'clock In Kapiolanl Park. Fol
lowing is the program:
Introduction "Iolanthe" Sullivan
Overture "Juanita" Suppe
Intermezzo "Cherry" Albert
Selection "Patience" Sullivan
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. .ar. by Berger
Selection "American Airs" . . .Conterno
Waltz "Prince of Pilsen" Luders
Finale "Honolulu Sunset" Brown
"The Star Spangled Banner. ...
The S. S. Nippon Maru is due this
afternoon from San Francisco, with j
three days' later mail from the main
land Shrt will nrobal.lv resume her
voyage to the Orient tomorrow forenoon.
TOURISTS WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
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"au'" Ui wins line ciotnes wasneu wren care, ury cieamnjr a
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Goods Called For and Delivered.
158 Beretania Street, Phone Blue 3552 Opposite Hawaiian Hotel
You will find a complete line of
19 0 7
in Wash Matcrials-Jap Silks in
black and white and lingerie styles
Pina or Pine-apple Cloth in solid shades
and fancy stripes
36 inches wide, SOc
Sole Agents for "REDFERN and WARNER'S RUST-PROOF' Corsets
Bis Doings at
YEE CHAN'S STORE
Grand round-up sale previous to removal to Castle & Cookc'
old Building. We will offer our entire stock o f ......
Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Boots,
Shoes, etc, AT COST and in many instances BELOW COST.
FIGURED LAWK, 20 yardi, for 11.00.
FINE SHEETS (Large Size) 81x90,
I HEAVY WHITE QUILT (Large Size),
LADIES' VESTS, 5c each, 6 for 25c.
LADIES' VESTS (extra heavy), 10c
each, 3 for 25c
LADIES' UNDEBSKTRTS, from 50c
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS, from 50e
HEAVY TURKISH TOWELS, from
6c ft piece op.
MEN'S GOLF 8HZST8, from 35c ft
MEN'S UNDERSIIIETS, from 15c ft
MEN'S SOX, from 5c ft pair op.
1005-1009-1013, Nuuanu Street, Near King Street.
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AT THE POPULAR
STORE ON ALAKEA STREET
adies" Walking Skirts
SUMMER WEIGHTS NEW MATERIALS
LATEST EASTERN STYLES IN
Black, pearl gray, navy, and tan, fine quality cloth $7.50
Light weight mid gray voile skirts $7-5
A ladies' fine cloth circular skirt, in all the new colors, at. $6. 50
At $5.00, we are showing a beautiful voile skirt in black, gray
At $3.50, we have a great line of new style skirts, black and
LACES! LACES! LACES!
All the new laces will be found in this department. Baby
Irish, now in great demand, we have in sets of all widths
from 64 c yard up.
THE NEW BATISTE LACE is finding great favor this
season. We are showing a nice line.
Orientals from iac to 75c, in white and cream.
Torchons and vals in big variety in every width made.
ALL-OVERS in Baby Irish, Orientals, Batiste, etc., etc., from
25c to $5.00 yard.
A choice line of exclusive hats for Easter trade. The object
of this department is not to sell two hats alike. Our
prices on the new season's millinery is marvclously low.
The line of Embroidered Robes at $12.00, $15.00, $17.50 and
$20.00, has been quite a big seller. They are well adapted
and there are no two alike.
Mouseline dc Fleurs in the beautiful patterns we arc showing
at 30c is pleasing to every lady we show them to.
The new Repes at 40c is a seller and the Alice blue is par
ticularly popular at 20c. We are showing some rich satin
stripe organdies in a large variety of colors.
Our ioc line of wash goods is the best by far ever shown
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW OUR FINE NEW
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