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C tvarj eon; ford tain; Ink T bett. Offic I t ten i ; GH v. ;' ..... Eg III WE HAVE THE PRETTIEST (3 33 DR. CHAMBERLAIN PRAISES HAWAII President of Famous Medicine Company Has Pleasant Impressions. jXr. ix s. Chamberlain, president of the Chamberlain remedy company of Toronto and Sydney, Australia, ha been spending the last two weeks on the Hawaaian inlands In tha course of a - pleasure trip around the world. He has received many .very pleasant Impressions of the Irlands and states that be Is loath to leave so soon. In company with Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Perkins of Des Moines, Iowa, the doctor expects to leave Honolulu on ine K.orea uM.iurr.iw, w large a correspondence in proportion to urtil spend the summer In the Islands its population. f Nippon and then cross to Siberia' Delivery of letters and postcards per taking the Siberian railroad across ',pitaf United Kingdom of Great Brit ' - fc ain and Ireland, 84.5: same, United to St. ,. Petersburg. From there a gtate8 7Q 3 Xelegram8 Great Britain will toor throughout Europe and re-! 1907, 89,493,000, per capita, 2.3: same, tun t New York, ana Toronto :r.m Liverpool. In connection with these Islands Dr. Chamberlain says "It has been very respondence of all kinds grows post -much impressed on me since I have offices, telegraph offices, telephone ex been here that what the United changes, letter boxes, multiply. The States needs, la a oavy that other na- amount of money transmitted by post Hons cannot blow into scrap iron, a is larger every year, the postoffice sav ahlp mibsidy and so far as Hawaii is ings bank enrolls one in every four per concerned, a suspension of the coast- sons (men, women and children) in the wlsa shipping law. United Kingdom amongst its custom- "Two weeks la but a short time in ergl The postoffice has successfully which; to Searn much, about a new initiated an international sybtem of country. I arrived on the Mongolia wireless telegraphy in face of much op and will take passage again on the position. The net profits of the British Korea on Thursday. But the two postal system for the past year were weeks I have spent to these Islands .4,135,633" somewhat over $17,000, fcave passed very pleasantly. I 000. "Honolulu seems more nearly per- The figures above set forth are per fect for an American than any place haps not a little remarkable, as showing I have seen. It Is what you might the "business activities of the busy call an 'Annex to Heaven It s the people " dwelling in those islands of enly American possession away from the North Sea, the square miles of the mainland which Is -in all ways ' which number only 121,608, every mile fitted for young Americans to raise of which has to support 362 men, women a family in. For here one nnas tne lest of social conditions, the best of refining influences and the best all-the-year climate, neither too hot, 'too flrj nor too wet. "ft 4 not remember to have seen iw-Vtt on the mainland of equal sice that has so many good schools, hivtMH. clubs, bank 8. hotels and public parka Nor where there are so morning issue in regard to the erection many automobiles and carriages with ( of a house for Mrs. Elvin gives me an "paved streets and good roads to drive. undue eredit. I was told that a de ov.eJCt laere to Honolulu. serving woman was in need of a house "As- to the needs of Honolulu, I and that certain carpenters were will sfcould say that what is most urgently i ing to give their time to the building needed: is better transportation facil- 0f it. A list of material needed was ifii&s. A three or three and a halt day submitted with the request that under ervtce ; to ; San Francisco and the j the circumstances a low price be made facts made known to the world that on it. This was done, and the amount the most charming trip from America named was paid in cash by Mrs. Elvin. bealthseekers, for tourists and for ul or retired people Is to the Para dise of the Pacific. "I believe that the Hawaiian Islands should have a larger American popu lation and that their resources should lw further developed. Indeed I have been surprised to see the almost total absence of poverty here and of beg-! gars. "The kindness and hospitality of the citizens of Honolulu make a stranger , feel perfectly at home the first day( "is- arrives here. At no place I have, ever visited have I seen such hospl- J tality as that shown at Mr. Damon's : estate where strangers are made wel come, where he personally receives, very Saturday and gives then freedom f Ms private grounds, parks and en tire estate to friend and stranger, alike. "Honolulu Is a beautiful place. It is( a hospitable place and I know of noj other place that produces as mucn wealth In proportion to Its popula tion. I regret that I have to leave so soon and hope to come sack again before very long." HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES whicn have stood the test of time de serve a place in the medicine chest of every family. Mothers are today ad MiniBtering to their children the reme dies their grandmothers used. For thirty years, Lydia E. I'inkham's Tegetable Compound, made from roots ef this country from the worst form of and herbs, has been curing me wom?o female ills, and merit alone eould have stood sueh a test of 4ime and won such j,, n enviable record. . Vuc -.A',,.iH,i-i.,..!..-.',L' ' We beg the I 11 II I- A. I I of the same models as those worn by the smart those oreat fashion centers of the new and old Letters From the People Editor Advertiser: In the postoffice statistics set forth in your editorial of Saturday last, on the "Growth of the United States," an error appears' to have crept in as to the number of let ters and posteards sent through the postal system of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. The Postmaster-Generals fifty-fourth annual report, 1908, shows that in the said United Kingdom 3,722,200,000 letters and postcards were delivered and not 3,359,000,000 as given in the Adver tiser. Added to these large numbers of letters and postcards were 940,000, 000 . halfpenny packets, 199,800,000 newspapers and 109,470,000 parcels. Grand total of deliveries for the year reported 4.971,963,2981 The Times. commenting on the report, says the numoer oi Jetiers sent nas grown by more than one-fifth the last decade and now stands at the high figure of 65 per capita. No other nation conducts so uuneu oiies, Everywhere the postoffice plays a more and more prominent part in the ! me 01 the nation (Great Britain). Cor- , u cuuuren CHARLES F. HAliT. Honolulu, May 24, 1909. .The figures given in the Advertiser were supplied by the U. S. government from returns made in April. Ed Adv. Too Much Credit. ; Editor Advertiser: The article in the Respectfully, F. J. LOWREY, President Lewers & Cooke, Limited. Honolulu, May 25, 1909. NEW SHOES GOOD SHOES T!Ve received a very large con signment of the best wearing shoes last week. We will appre ciate a visit of inspection from you at any time. L. Ayau Shoe Co. Nuuanu, Above Sing Street. Pearl Shell Crosses Exquisite coral necklaces. Old Ta lua vais and Kava Bowls. Manila Hats. j Two old Hawaiian flags. HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO., Young Building. THE PAOTIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES, to announce to the arrival from New ARTISTS' MATERIALS coooooooooco By Authority. Honolulu, T. H., May 4, 1909. RESOLUTION.- BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that we herewith appropriate from Road Tax Special Deposit, Wiaialua, the sum of $390.00, for the payment of Material and Supply demands No. 528 to No. 529 for the month of March, 1909, the said materials and supplies and other items having been purchased, and used or to be used solely and only for road pur poses as provided in Section 3 of Act 93 of Session Laws of 1905, which de mands having been examined are here with allowed and ordered paid, and the Auditor is hereby authorized and di rected to issue warrants on the Treas urer payable to the person or firms as per list hereto attached. Presented by J. C. QUINN, Supervisor. Approved: JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor. 8359 May 25, 26, 27, 28, 29: June 1,2,3,4,5. NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF ALEXAN DER YOUNG BUILDING COM PANY, LIMITED. Notice is hereby given that a spe cial meeting of thetockholders of the Alexander Young Building Company, Limited, will be held on Tuesday, the 1st day cf June, 1909, at 8:30 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the office of the company, m the Alexander Young building. Bishop street, City and Coun. ty of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, for the purpose of considering and act ing upon the proposition of the issu arce of bonds In the sum of Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000), to be secured by a mortgage or deed of trust of all the property of the company, for the purpose of re funding the existing bonded Indebted ness of the company, and for its other corporate purposes and the transac tion of such other business as may be brought before the said meeting. Dated, Honolulu, May 15, 1909. C. C. VON HAMM, Secretary, Alexander Young Building Co., Ltd. 8351 May 15, 19, 22, 26. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE DIS TRICT OP HAWAII. In the Matter of Chock Sing, Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy, rso. 187. To the Creditors of Chock Sing, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of May, 1909, said Chock Sing was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his credi tors will be held at 603-4 Stangenwald building, Honolulu, on the 5th day of June, 1909, at 9 o'clock a. m., at which time said creditors may attend, prove their claims, examine the bank rupt, elect a trustee, and transact such other business as may properly come be- iore tne said meeting. WADE WARREN THAYER, Referee in Bankruptcy. Honolulu, May 2u, 1909. 8360 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE DIS TRICT OF HAWAII. In the Matter of John J. McGuire, Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy, No. 188. To the Creditors of John J. McGuire, of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of May, 1909, said John J. McGuire was duly adjuded a bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his eredi itors will be held at 603-4 Stangenwald building, Honolulu, on the 5th day of June, 1909, at 9:15 o'clock a. m., at which time said creditors may attend, prove their claims, examine the bank rupt, elect a trustee, and transact such other .business as may properly come be fore the said meeting. WADE WARREN THAYER, Referee in Bankruptcy. Honolulu, May 25, 1909. 8360 HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, Ladies of Honolulu York and Paris sets of AQOftlARI world. IlLWOUIuHDL U 0X000000X0XX Complete line at NOTICE. Mr. J. J. Byrne is authorized to col lect outstanding . bills for the Metro politan Meat Co., Ltd. ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLEY. . 8359 Treasurer. NOTICE. I shall not be responsible for any debts contracted In my name without my written order. 334 JOSEPH K. AGA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE j 1 FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII. At Chambers. Maria Jose Faria. Libellant, vs. Fran cisco Antonio Faria, Libellee. ORDER. . Summons having been issued herein to-wit, the 11th day of September, 1908, and it appearing from the return of service of said summons, made more than six months ago. to-wit, on Sep tember 21st, 1908, that the Libellee cannot be found and that he is report ed to be without the Territory of Ha waii, and also from the affidavit of the Libellant that she does not know the address or residence of the Libellee in spite of diligent efforts to ascertain the same made during said six months. it is hereby ordered that said Fran cisco Antonio Faria, the Libellee, do appear on Monday, July 12, 1909, at 9 o'clock a. m., before such Judge of the circuit uourt of the First Circuit, Ter ritory of Hawaii, as shall be sitting at Chambers in the Court Room at Hono lulu, to answer unto the Libel is Di vorce filed and now pending herein against him by the said Maria Jose Faria on the ground of the non-support by the Libellee of the Libellant and her child for more than one year pre vious to the filing of said Libel. And it is further ordered that notice hereof, and of the issuance of said sum mons, and of the pendency of said suit for divorce, be given by publication of this Order once a week for six succes sive weeks in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser newspaper, published in Honolulu. Done at Chambers in Honolulu this 25th day of May, A. D. 1909. (Sig.) W. J. ROBINSON, Third Judge of said Court. Attest: M. T. SIMONTOX, Seal. Clerk. 8360 May 26; June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ' FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. IN PROBATE. AT CHAMBERS. In the Matter of the Estate of Joshua K. Brown, Deceased. Before Judge Robinson. Order of Notice of Petition for Allow ance of Final Accounts and Dis charge in this Estate. On reading and filing the petition and accounts of Annie E. Brown, ex ecutrix of the will of Joshua K. Brown, wherein she asks to be allow ed $1340.40, and she charges herself witU $1286.40, sand asks that the same may be examined and approved, and that a final order may be made of dis tribution of the property remaining in her hands to the persons . thereto en titled, and discharging her and her sureties from all further responsibil ity as such executrix; It Is Ordered, That Monday, the 14th day of June, A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. before the Judge of said Court at the courtroom of the said Court at Chambers, be and the same hereby is appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition and accounts, and that all persons interested may then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be granted, and may present evidence as to who are enti tled to the said property. And that notice of this order, in the English language, be published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published in Honolulu, for three successive weeks, the last pub lication to be not less than two weeks previous to the time therein appointed for said hearing. Dated at Honolulu, this 4th day of May, 1909. W. J. ROBINSON, Third Judge of the Circuit Court of t-he First Circuit. Attest: (Sgd.) L. P. SCOTT, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. 8342 May 5, 12, 19, 26. 1909. HAT PR CE 1028 Nuuanu Street i i i Reliable . . . Guaranteed . j i Repaired . . i .Ira l Co: ! 113 HOTEL ST, JEWELERS. STEWART SAN FRANCISCO 6EARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP I A new down town hotel. Steel and brick structure.. Furnished at a cost of $150,000. Ever; comfort and conveni ence. On car lines transferring to all parts of city. Omnibus meets all trains and steamers- Hotel Stewart Now recognized as HAWAIIAN ISLAND HEADQUARTERS. Cable Address: "TRAWETS" ABO Guide ELECTRIC PORTABLE DUSTLESS SUCTION CLEANER "THE PROBLEM" To clean, or not to clean? That is the question. Whether 'tis wiser to allow your home To remain dusty and dirty, Or to receive with outstretched hands The Most Up-to-date Electric Portable Dustless Suction Cleaner We will call and clean your home or sell machine outright. C. W. Macfarlane & Co. PHONE 143 OUR MEATS ARE GOOD MEATS. Lowest Prices. C. Q. YEE HOP & CO., LTD. Next to the Fishmarket. Phone 251. Republic Stepney WHEELS Associated Garage LTD. MERCHANT AND BISHOP STS, v. sm mt- w ;c GURREV'S i ORDERS TAKEN FOB Tropical Economic Seeds RUBBER Manihot dichotoma, Mani l hot piauhyensis. COTTON Caravonica Silk, Egyptian, Mit-Afifi, Yannovitch .and Nou bary, Sea Island. TOBACCO-Cuban, Turkish, Sumatra. ORNAMENTALS Palms, Caladlnms, Carinas, Glad iolus, Novelties in Flowers and Vines. 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Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Company. Kilauea Sugar Plantation Company. Olowalu Company. Paauhau Plantation Company. Waimanalo Sugar Company. Wm 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd. AGENTS FOR THE Royal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Enf- Scottish Union & National Insurant Co, of Edinburgh, Scotland. The Upper Rhine Insurance Go, Lti. Commercial Union Assurance Co, LtA, of London. Send Your Suit TO THE EAGLE DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS TEL. 808. FORT STRESS mported Seeds HONOLULU IRON WORK! - COMPANY. Machinery Blaek Pipe, Galvaniaea Pipe, Boiler Tubes, Iron and SteeL En pneers' Supplies. ' OFFICE Nuuanu Street WORKS Kakaako. i f i -I 1 Y"