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THE PACITIC COMMERCIAL ADVEETISEE, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1909
Will Buy Home in
Someone who is interested in owning
a home in Honolulu will be sure to
buy a home when they learn of the
gplendid property which has just been
put on the market. The property re
ferred to consists of a well-built Co
lonial house, with four bedrooms; not
yet four years old. Buildings are all
well and substantially constructed,
with all modern conveniences; the lo
cation is the best in the city.
If you are interested in owning a
$12,000 home, you had best call on us.
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
served at all hours. 8
SHORT ORDER LUNCH I
every day at the
Cor. Richards and Merchant Sts.
will be paid by the HAWAIIAN GA
ZETTE CO., LTD., for the arrest and
conviction of any person found stealing
copies of the Advertiser from addresses
of subscribers. C. S. CRANE,
See Mr. or Mrs. Hashimoto, mas
seurs, if your muscles are sore.
Sun Wo. maker of fine jewelry, . is
on Maunakea street near Hoiel.
Royal Annex for oysters, crabs,
frogs' legs and lobsters. See sign.
Great bargains in shirtwaists at
Whitney & Marsh's sale next Monday.
Whitney & Marsh announce their
clearance sale of shirtwaists to begin
on Monday next.
Go to Blom's this week and lay in
a supply of hosiery. The bargains are
greater than ever.
Sam Lee Tai Co., King street be
tween Nuuanu and Smith, will make
furniture or boxes to order.
You can have a genuine Panama
Ftraw hat made to order at K. Iso
shima's, 30 King street, for $3.50.
You can. buy groceries at 25 less
than you have been paying if you deal
with Theo.'.F. Lansing," 9395 King St.
Ehlers' stock of long gloves has
been bought with the University and
other balls in view. All sizes in
If you have a piece of machinery
that is not working properly send it to
John Neiil, Merchant street near
Henry May & Co. have a large new
shipment just in of the famous "Bee"
brand Ceylon tea in gunny sacks.
Phone your order to 22.
Ladies can get hats for any purpose
at Dunn's hat shop in the Harrison
block. Special and appropriate de
signs for tramping and automobiling.
The special sale of dress goods at
Sachs' closes this Saturday. There
will be a special in silk gloves Satur
day, 65c. gloves selling lit 4oc. a pair,
Photographs that will please you
and your friends, portraits and studies
that are artistic in every detail at K.
.W. Perkins' studio, Hotel street, near
Stockholders in the world's gold
mines receive approximately $500,000,
000 annually. How much of it comes
vour way? Buy "Mayflower" stock.
Buy it now!
One thousand miles of ocean can
now be bridged by a wireless telegraph
message. Steamers are now seldom out
of communication with Honolulu four
days from port.
Hot meals are served at all hours
at the Palace Cafe with the best glass
of draught beer in the city. Try their
short order lunch. Corner Richards
and Merchant streets.
We -have just received some of the
latest Spring fashions in dress goods,
English bed dimity, etc. We are sell
ing our carpets at reduced prices to
clear the stock Jordan's.
Remember it! The best assortment
of tapas, mats, leis, old Hawaiian
Ftamps and postcards of the better
grade, at the Island Curio Store
Steiner's Elite building, Hotel street.
Next time you want a good efgar,
go to vour dealer and say, "I want
a Lawrence Barrett!" That's the
wav to gt one they are not often
given away. Best 10c. smoke on earth.
The Sehumau Carriage Co. offers
autoists the Locomobile, the car that
won the famous Yanderbilt Cup race
for America Model 40, 4 cylinder, 60
actual h. p., 7 passenger, $4500 f. o.
We guarantee absolutely and uncon
ditionally every statement made in
our prospectus. Bead it and "fietcher
ize" on it. Buy "Mayflower" stock.
Buy it now!
Fully twenty-five people are on the
waiting list of the Moana Hotel.
The Bishop Museum will be closed,
beginning tomorrow, until further no
tice. Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R. M.,
will mef-t in K. of P. hall this Thurs
day evening at 7:30.
Olive Branch Kebekah Lodge No. 2,
T. O. O. F., will meet in Odd Fellows
hall this Thursday evening at 7:30.
A smoker will be given for the non
commissioned officers of the National
Guard this evening at the Bungalow.
Hawaii Chapter No.l, Order of Ka
nuhameha, will meet in Fraternity
hall, Odd Fellows building, at 7:30
Chief Justice Hartwell has set the
Judiciary department staff making a
complete inventory of the law library
in the Judiciary building.
It is stated that David Manuel, im
plicated in the Booth arson case, con
fessed before the grand jury in order
to secure immunity from arrest.
There will be a quarterly meeting
of members of Kaahumanu Improve
ment Club at the residence of T. J.
King on Friday evening at 7:.0.
The District Branch of the Women's
Auxiliary will hold its quarterly meet
ing this afternoon at three o'clock in
the St. Andrew's Sunday school room.
There will be a special meeting of
Oceanic Lodge No. 371, F. & A. M., at
the Masonic Temple this evening at
7:30 o'clock. Work ip the first degree.
E. R. Bivens, who has been an in
mate of the asylum for some time, is
said to have suffered a stroke of paraly
sis recently, and is in a precarious con
dition. Since the last meeting of the Waia
lae, Kaimuki and Palolo Improvement
Club, twenty-three people have qualified
for membership in the organization by
paying the entrance fee.
Robert Rycroft, who passed awav at
his home on Wilder avenue Tuesday
night, was buried yesterday' afternoon.
The services were held from the late
residence of the deceased.
There will be a meeting of the mem
bers of the Second precinct, Fourth
district, Republican elub, at the resi
dence of W. C. Roe, 1929 Kalakaua
Ave., at 7:30 Friday evening, Feb. 5.
Superintendent W. H. Babbitt will
speak on his favorite theme, "Medical
Inspection in the Schools, " at the social
section of the Men's League in the
Central Union church tonight.
The Japanese Fishing company in
tends to put a decorated float into the
Floral parade. Dr. Mitamura, presi
dent of the company, is now at work
planning out a Japanese design for the
Mayor Fern is looking into the merits
of the new petrolithie methods of road
making as compared with the macadam
izing way. He will take the matter up
with the Supervisors at the next meet
ing of the board.
The tableaux from "Alice in Won
derland'' which are to be presented at
the Opera House on Feb. 18th, will be
something new to Honolulu, and should
prove aa attractive variation from
any entertainments recently given
After fourteen years of mental dark
ness, James Lane died Tuesday night
at Alewa, this city. An operation,
which was thought would be successful
in restoring the man's reason, was per
formed a short time ago, but other ail
ments hastened his end.
Water Dillingham yesterday bought
at auction the old Queen Hotel, on Nuu
anu avenue near Vineyard street, for
$1250. Dillingham will move the struc
ture to Watertown, the dredging com
pany's camp at Puuloa, where it will be
used as a hotel.
The Social Section of the Men's
League meets this evening at the Cen
tral Union parish house at 7:30 o'clock.
Superintendent Babbitt of the Depart
ment of Public Instruction will be 'in
charge. The subject for discussion will
be "The Medical Inspection of
Fred Makino, president of the Jap
anese High-Wage association, stated
yesterday that there was nothing, be
ing done secretly or behind- cover by
the association. He thought that peo
ple had the wrong idea when they ex
pressed wishes that the agitators be
indicted by the grand jury.
THE SALE OF
We want to call your attention
to this Sale. It is an opportunity
to buy desirable materials at
ALMOST HALF PRICE.
If you have not attended this
Sale, do so at once.
All materials are marked with
Original Price and Cut Price.
will begin Monday, Feb. 8th.
Watch Our Ads.
SPECIAL for SATURDAY
2 Button Length Kayser, Double
Tips, White, Black, Navy, Grey,
Tan, and Brown.
65c Gloves for 45c a pair.
, ! ,t
Sachs Dry Goods Go.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
1 Opp. Fire Station.
THE ELASTIC DECORATED DINNER SERVICE.
No: It is not made of. rubber, made of clay. But it admits of extension
and is, therefore, figuratively speaking, elastic. '
You can buy a few articles today and add a few more to the collection
tomorrow or a month from now. First thing you know you have a service for
a large gathering, same decoration. Is not that elasticity! We control for this
vicinity the choicest elastic patterns made.
All prices. Take a look at them.
W. W. DIMOND & CO., LTD.
House Furnishing Leaders. 53-57 Kinc St.
AS THE SEASON OF GAYETY APPROACHES
Hart Schaffner and
or a Tuxedo Suit
GET CLOSER TO THE FORM OF THE GENTLEMAN
' - OF FASHION. '
KING STREET PHONE 651.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
I Our Clearance Sale
This is a great shoe for use in Can
Made of. Acid Tanned Leather, it is a
. "11 i i j j . . , , , .
especially uunt xo stana nam KnocKS.
Water-proof soles, viscolized uppers.
Try a pair $3.50 in Tan and Black.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Alfred Carter and family will re
move to Honolulu from the Parker
School Inspector King of Hilo re
turned to his home on the Mauna Kea
S. W. Wilcox and G. P. Wilcox of
Kauai are ini this city. They are stop
ping at the Young hotel.
Mrs. De Fries gave a luau for a
number of guests of. the Young and
Moana hotels last evening It was
greatly enjoyed by the malihinis.
P. T. Phillips, purser of the Mauna
Kea, has been forced to lay over a
trip on account of an attack of pneu
monia which has confined him at home.
Franklin Matthews, who was here
with the battleships, has issued his
storv of the trip under the title "With
thevBattle Fleet." (New York: B. W.
Col. W. S. Schuyler is registered at
the Young hotel from the cantonment
at Leilehua. C. W. Stewart, also an
officer at the camp, and wife are in
town and are staying at the Young.
P. Peterson and his niece, Adelaide
Entrees, of Chicago, have returned
from a trip to the volcano, which they
appreciated immensely. They are reg
istered at the Young hotel at present.
W. "L. Bilger and family will move
this week from the Young hotel to
the Pleasanton. Mr. Bilger is boom
ing the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposi
tion in every possible way during his
stay in the islands.
Secretary Tsuchiya. of the Japanese
Consulate, who has been investigating
general conditions among the Japa
nese communities on Hawaii, is back.
His report is being made out for sub
mission to the Consul General.
A. IT. Patteron, who arrived here
on the Moana the other day from Aus
tralia, is registered at the Young hotel.
Hp will return to his home in San
Francisco on the Alameda. Mr. Pat
erson saw the Burns-Jackson ' contest
m Australia, and says that Tommy
Burns would have won out had he
stood up for a few rounds more.
BOARD OF MISSIONS.
The quarterly meeting of the dis
trict branch of the Woman's Auxiliary
to the Board of Missions will be held
at St. Andrew's Sunday school room
tliis Thursday, February 4th, at 3
A full attendance of all members of
the parish branches is requested.
With Every Modern
For MSA L S
BlEXflNDER yODNG pTEl
OUR CONNECTION IS WITH
THE PUBLIC, NOT WITH
IMITATORS. TRY US.
Territorial Messenger Service
Has it occurred to you that the
Soda Water made by the CON
SOLIDATED SODA WORKS
IS THE BEST?
Sun Lee Tai Co.
Contractors, Builders, Painters
KOA FUENITUEE TO OEDE.
King Street, near Nunann.
Henry May & Co., Ltd
R. W. Perkins
Studio on Hotel St. near Fort.
Any picture may be framed
artistically in one of our large
selected stock of frames.
Frames OVAL, EOUND, and
SQUAEE. in Walnut. Rosewood k
Mahogany, Bird's-eye Maple,"
Gold and Silver.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic" ' Fort near Hotel.
MANY BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS.
Largest assortment of Japanese decorated China in the City.
Fort Street, next to the Convent.
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE.