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THE PACEFIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16, 1908.
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Grand Prize St. Loni World's Fair
for Quality, Workma ship and Stylo
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(ALL OF THE BEST BLUE BLOOD.)
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No. 2 A, $3.00, size of picture, 2l2
No. 2 F. P., $5.00, size of picture, 24x34
No. 3, Folding, $9.00, size of picture, zVA
No. 2, Stereo Brownie, $12.00
All these Brownies are of the highest class, and will
give perfect service.
A Brownie makes a very acceptable Christmas pres
ent for anyone. ' ' .
Business Care Brings Nervous Wear
The petty cares of business life wear away nervous strength, and this ap
plies as much to the clerk at the desk as to the manager in his luxurious office
A thousand little details of duty requiring attention exhaust the nervous energy
and cause one to fret over trifling things that would not receive a second
thought under conditions of perfect health.
. Nervous fretful persons of either sex are usually poorly nourished and in
all such cases the surest and quickest permanent relief is to be had by the use of
Stearns' Wine of Cod Liver Extract
which first quickens the appetite and aids the digestion and enriches the blood,
thus providing the tired nerves with the nourishment they need. This condi
tion banishes the wakefulness that so many nervous people suffer from and per
mits them to enjoy sound restful sleep. Get Stearns' Wine of Cod Liver Ex
tract at your chemist 's and be sure you get STEARNS ' the genuine.
F 'REIN JCM LMUR3DRY
J. ABADIE Proprietor.
Ladies' and Gents' Washing Done First-class.
Gloves and Ostrich Feathers.
Wool and Silk Made Cleaner by a New French Process.
Charges reasonable.' Give us a trial.
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Honolulu Library and Reading Room Association
Membership Tickets will be issued by the Librarian or
MR. A. GARTLEY, Treasurer.
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6 Months $3.00
3 Months $1.50
1 Month 50c
A Membership Ticket sires access to more than 18,000
carefully selected 'volumes, which mav be taken from the
Library two at a time.
A well appointed readme room, with -daily papers and
current publications, free to all.
See our show cases resplendent with
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A brilliant showing
include the following novelty intermediate
tones : Peacock, Copenhagen, Golden Brown,
Beige, Dronze, Ciive, Reseda, lilac, Wistaria.
The shape will be a narrow
Keiser-Barathea, all-silk, in about fifty plain colors.
Fabrics Specially Woven
HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR WEN
Fort and merchant Sfs.
Fort Street, near Hotel
Baby Neck Chains
Pure Gold, $3 and upwards.
A. M. Dietz Jewelry Co.
Fort Street, Next to Arleigh's
KWONG HING GHOIIG GO.
CHINESE GRASS LINENS,
LADIES' SHIRTWAISTS, PONGEE,
1021 NTJUANU STREET
NOW TO BE SEEN AT
ti. W. AHANA & GO., LTD.
. FASHIONABLE TAILORS.
2 KING STEEET. PHOE 521
In All Sizes Made to Order by
Pauahi Street, off Nunanu StreaL
Y. WO SING a CO.
1186-1183 NTJUANU STREET
P.O. Box 952 - - Telephone 238
ARE iH CUSTODY
Monkey" Fragas a Candidate
Again for Term on the
A pair of youthful Portuguese thugs
are in custody at the police station
charged with numerous offenses under
the assault and battery statute, prin
cipally for beating inoffensive Chinese
Eddie Fragas, more commonly known
along the Punchbowl section as "Mon
key " Fragas because of his peculiar
physiognomy, and Manuel de Mello,
were brought to the station yesterday
by detective Medeiros on a warrant
charging them with assault and bat
tery on Simeon Kay last Monday night.
The officers are searching for two other
young Portuguese, the quartet compris
ing the leaders of a tough gang which
has been terrorizing Chinese residents
of Nuuanu and Pauoa valleys.
According to Chief of Detectives Ka-
-lakiela the assault on Mr. Kay was
absolutely unprovoked. The man was
sitting on the stone wall on the Ewa
side of Nuuanu avenue where the bridge
crosses the stream above Pauoa road.
Fragas and de Mello were nearby mak
ing remarks about Kay. The latter 's
hat blew off- and fell on the ground.
As he stooped to pick it up the two
thugs jumped on him and beat him
badly, and then ran away.
A week ago Saturday night a Chi
nese working for a well-known Nuuanu
avenue family Was set upon by several
young fellows and beaten. The China
man visited tne station yesterday and
identified Fragas positively as one of
his assailants. Two other Chinaman
reported having been jumped upon by
a crowd of boys.
A few nights ago a hack with two
men and two women passengers was
being driven up Pauoa road. -When op
posite the old Atkinson premises four
or five young fellows, among them
Fragas and de Mello, held up the hack,
one holding the horse. The young
bandits demanded that the men get out
of the rig. The latter complied and
invited' the young fellows to fight.
They were two to one and advanced
in a threatening manner, but as this
all occurred opposite a tenement house
and people began coming out to see
what was wrong the lads suddenly took
to their heels.
"Monkey" Fragas achieved consid
erable notoriety last year by robbing
W. O. Smith and Canon Mackintosh of
a large number of pigeons. The birds
were traced to Fragas' house on Punch
bowl and he and a companion wrere
arrested and sent to prison for a year.
FILE THEIR EXHIBITS
Treasurer Campbell is about to give
notice requiring all corporations except
the excepted classes, whirh have not
already done so, to file their annual ex
hibits for the year 1905, 1900 and 1907
by December 30. Mandamus proceed
ings in accordance with the Supreme
Court decision in Benson, Smith & Co.
vs. the Territory, will be begun against
all corporations who fail to file their
BEFORE WE CAN
use them, iron and gold must
first be got out of the ore. The
game principle applies to cod liv
er oil. Its virtues are not in its
fatty matters ; much less in its
sickening taste and smell. Xo
consumptive, or sufferer from any
other wasting disease, was ever
greatly benefited by the so-called
"plain" cod liver oiL The shock
it gives to the nerves, the repul
sion and disgust it excites in the
stomach, the outrages it commits
upon the senses of smell and
taste, are enough to spoil any
medicinal potency that may be
in ii.for the majority of people.
This to say nothing about its
being indigestible. Yet there
has always been reason to believe
that, among the elements which
form cod liver oil, there ex
isted curative properties of the
highest value. But it was neces
sary to separate them from the
nauseating waste material with
which they were combined. This
was successfully accomplished in
and in this effective remedy,
made palatable as honey, we have
the very heart and soul of pure
Cod Liver Oil, combined with the
Compound Syrup of Hypophos
phitf s, Extracts of Malt and Wild
Cherry These constitute a tissue
builder, a blood purifier, a health
renewer beyond comparison. Dis
ease yields to it with a complete
ness and rapidity which aston
ishes medical men quite as much
as it delights their patients. In
all wasting conditions, Scrofula
and Blood Disorders, La Grippe,
Influenza, etc., it never fails
to relieve and cure. Dr. E. J.
Boyes says: 4'I have found it a
preparation of great merit. In
a recent case a patient gained
nearly twenty pounds in two
months' treatment, in which it
was the principal remedial agent.
It cannot fail or disappoint you.
Sold by all chemists everywhere.
Beautiful patterns, fascinating- shades woven from finest
threads. Boxes contain from 3 to 6 pairs.
HANDY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Ladies' Fine Lace Hose in Black 35c pair
Lisle Hose, Silk Stitched 50c pair
Lisle Hose, Fancy , 65c pair
Pure Silk Hose . . ..$2.00 pair
By EXPRESS ex LURLINE. Direct from Tew York to
Black Voile Skirts The Latest
Ladies' White Serge Skirts.
Ladies' Waists, Net Silk and Mull.
Small line' only a few to select from.
Black Taffeta Petticoats. Your Size and Style,
out Today.. .
Ladies and Children's Sweaters.
Opposite Catholic Cathedral
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BAGGAGE AND HEAVY HAULING
PLOWING AND GRADING
SUBSOILING A SPECIALTY
ISO MERCHANT STREET
CHRISTMAS TREE '
TABLE DECORATTVE LAMPS
FLASH LIGHTS ALARM CLOCKS
CIGAR LIGHTERS, Etc.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS THAT ARE
USEFUL AND WORTH WHILE
G. V. Macfarlana & Co.,
Waverley Block Telephone 145
SUDDEN DEATH OF
S. J. 0. CARTER
Life Was a Link
the Early Days of
Mrs. Joseph O. Carter died suddenly
yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
he family residence, Nuuanu avenue,
or heart disease. She had been ailing
for several months, and though her
death at almost any time was not al
together unexpected, it 'came finally
Mrs. Carter was formerly Mary Eliza
beth Ladd. Her father was William
Ladd, whose enterprise as a merchant
iu early Honolulu days has given him
a permanent place in the history of
these Islands. As early, as 1835 Ladd
& Co. secured land at Koloa, Kauai,
and established what is now Koloa
Mrs. Carter was born in Honolulu,
and this was her home throughout her
whole life. She was born June 8,
1840, and wTas married to Joseph O.
Carter November 28, 1859. With her
husband she has" been prominent in
the community throughout the years
since then. She was a member of
Central Union church and was a de
voted wife and mother.
Besides her husband, six children
survive her Charlotte A., Mary N.
and Raehael A. Carter, Sarah C. Bab
bitt, wife of W. H. Babbitt; J. O.
Carter, Jr., and Cushman Carter. Mrs.
Carter had long survived her own
brother and sisters.
The funeral services will be held
from the residence this afternoon at
3 o'clock. The funeral will not be
private, as has been stated. Rev. II.
H. Parker will officiate, assisted by
Tfev. Henry Judd. The interment will
be in the Carter plot in Nuuanu cem
etery. The pall bearers selected had
not all been communicated with last
evening, so that the list is not given.
Mrs. Carter was for many yearsr be
fore, during and after her reign, one
of the most intimate friends of
MEDAL PLAY AT COUNTRY CLUB.
The last golfing event of the year
on the Country Club links will be held
Tioxt Sunday. It will take the form
of a medal play handicap tournament.
Entries will close at the clubhouse at
10:30 on Sundav morning and two
nrizes are ut. One for the best gross
score and one for the best net ditto.
BEEF and MUTTON
King Street Fishmarket.
CHICKENS, DUCKS and GEESE
Telephone 109 -Ji
Best Christmas Gifts
JADE JEWELRY, in latest European
Best workmanship at the lowest prices
Hotel Street, between Maunakea anS,
Smith Streets P. O. Box 1007
GROWN AND PUT UP BY
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR, Florist
' AND 500 SETS
In Leather Boxes
OAT & M0SSIMN
76 MERCHANT STREET
by men who are experts in theif
line. No experiment work don
here by amateurs. Careful atten
tion given every machine.
After Dec. 19
all ordered hats remaining un
called for will be sold to pay
expense of trimming.
Nuuanu, bet. Hotel and Kin2
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Machinery, Black Pipe, Oalvafltel t ' ;
Pipe, Boiler Tubes, Iron and Steel, E
j eineers ' Supplies,
OFFICE Nnuana Street.
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