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The
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is made for the foot
with a
BtTNION.
It has the right
shape and the right
measurements.
Shoes made on
this last look better,
fit better and wear
better than made-to-order
shoes.
Plenty of room
for
Enlarged Joints
Closely fitting elsewhere. It is
the only shoe in the orld that
will fit a foot with a BUNION
or enlarged joint.
THE PRICE IS S5.00.
MM M
Limited
1051 Fort St.
TIE DAY'S DOINGS Of! iEats Well and
IHE STOCK EXCHI1E1 Sleeps Well
.1 on
II . I'. J
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D ial reiaa: "loo
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ai..arr.l at 14. j
i dollar f r:;n its
FINE
MILLINERY
To Order
And In Stock.
K.
UYEDA
NUUANU STREET.
Scandinavia Belting
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
AGENTS.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO.
102 NTTUANTJ STREET.
TELEPHONE 2708.
..-hauiiini; lian.Is at
was ..-T on Satur-
,!av's boar l trailing. Two :r:d- bl
,,t inn n-s fa.-h wh:oh were sold 1
twt-oii boar-Is. ;ja vc a '.irani- f some ;
tr-'-'th ui'A i-.-ssidri saW's wore ma.it' j
,.,firmin,. thf t.ri.-- for anotlit-r day.
lioi.i.-r- arf asking the saroe and a
Miirual Te!.M.'ii..n
liavinL'' kn..i:kt-d oil
former fijrur.? during its lon vacation
from trading. A block of thirty shar.-s
of Paia sold at l-. at the- same stoady
j.rb'e which has bfon quoted on this
stock for some time.
A twenty-five cents increase in quo
tations on'Hiln Ex. tis to the par value
of 7hi) which changed hands off board
indicated the bond market as stiil
healthy.
The sales for the day were:
Pioneer (a 1JM; 7, (i 190; o (
lfii; ',) Gi 100.
Oaha Sngar liXi ft 2S.2."; 23-", (T, 2S.
25; 1 (a. 2-.: 35 (tv 2: 35 (k 25; 50
(a 2s; 10 (i 2.
" I'aia 3( Gi 15
Waialua 1 (a 1"5: 5 (a In5; 5 V
103.5H; 5 Gi M2.5o; 5 dv 101 : 5 0T 100.
Hawn. r. S.-luil Or 34.75; 100 fa)
34.75; 15 (i 34.75; 25 (a. 34.75
34.75.
Mutual Tel. Co.-5 fa 14.
Ola a 10 (TO 5.
McBrvde 10 (T 5.
SIRS. M. K. MOSE. WHO IS WELL
! KNOKN IN MEXICO CITY. CANNOT
SAY ICO MUCH IN SAiSE OF
D'JFFVS PUiiS MALT WHiSEEY
WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR KER
IN BUILDING KL?. UP AND Ki'
S TORINO HER HEALTH.
Mrs. -uore writes: ''I have becin taiv-'
in this wou'leiiui medicine for some i
time and liii-i it aa that is claimed for'
it by yourselves and those whose testi
i moaiais 1 have read from time to time. .
j I have never been strong, but I believe
i if 1 continue to use Dutty 's Pure Malt i
I Whiekey I will yet see the day when j
j I will be healthy and strong. I have .
; always been troubled more or less with
stomach trouble and indigestion, but i
since raking your medicine I have been j
' relieved entirely of these troubles. Fori
I the first time since I have grown up ;
il have color in my eheeks. eat well'
and sleep well, and all my friends tell
uie I am looking younger. As all iirst-ela-s
physicians recommend this whis-
L-.n- I il,. ..r i-l,;,.!.- o,- cJ,t.l
have t tie least hesitancy in taking it or j
giving it to children. I generally do j
rw.t r.L- tiiwiV-i ct.'.f.!.- ,n i.ir.inf .tia.li. '
cins. but 1 am a strong believer in
Duffy's Pure MIt Whiskey for all who
are in a rundown, weakened and sickly
condition, as I have been for years,
and for those who desire to remain well
;KSand happy." Mrs. M. K. More. Mexico
Mexico.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
DRINK
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
BEST IN THE MARKET.
HENBY MAY & CO. Phone 1271.
WE FRAME PICTURES
According to Their Requirements and
with Artistic Taste.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
Nnuann, below Hotel.
BEST CLEANER AND DYER
U. TOGAWA
Fort St. opp. Convent.
Founder of original Eagle Dyeing
and Cleaning Works.
PAPER
FOE ALL PURPOSES.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN PAPEJt
AND SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Entered of Iiecord October 1". 1010
Albert MacAiilton and wf to First
National Tiank of Hilo, Ltd
Emilia de Souza and hsb to Manuel
A Silva
Mii (w) to Ar.ikaila
William TI Kice and wf to E ruuki
J IT .Tpo llookiekie to Mrs Lily
Kawelo
Teorge B Mcf'lellan. l.v Gov. to
George McK Mcriellan
Decree hge Xane
Waialua Agr.-tl Co Ltd to JIor
liong" Y.'ai Co
Kai.ohnli and wf to llatnau Na-
hale (w)
I'aemoku and wf to Hamau Xa-
hale (wl
Sigurd X Knssel! to Tenuis H Benny
W F Dillingham, and as Atty, et al
to Hop hong Wai Go
Mary A Evans and hsb to Edward
X Rutherford
Edward X Rutherford to Emil J
Abra ham-on
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
has to its credit over fifty years of
service. During this time it has
brought health and happiness to thou
sands of homes. It is prescribed by
doctors and recognized as a family med
icine evervwhere.
Sold IX SEALED BOTTLES ONLY.
Refuse substitutes and imitations; there
is nothing "just as good as." The
dealer who says so is thinking of his
profits only, without regard to your
health. Send for medical booklet, con
taining testimonials and rare common
sense rules for health, and doctor's ad
vice, both sent free.
The Duffv Malt Whiskev Co., Roches
ter, X'. Y.,'U. S. A.
FOR SALE
Several lots in Kaimuki on the
top of the Ridge at the end of
the car line.
Finest view in the entire tract.
Will sell at a very reasonable
figure.
('an arrange terms.
n
it
Select Lumber
DIRECT IMPORTATION
LOWEST PBICE8
CITY MILL CO., LTD.
Phone 2478.
KEKAULIKE STREET
M
Pang Kong ( hen to Pang Hoy....B S
L G Black man et al to j W
Smithies L
L G Blackmail et al to .1 W
Smithies Consent
J W Smithies to Edith W B'ack-
ma n A L
Liliuokaiani Trit. by Tr- ro L G
Black man et al Consent
Margaret Ferguson and hsb to
Anna A Chamberlain D
S K Ma hoe and wf to Anahulii
Land Co Ltd '. Dj
Kair.a Iliann and h-b to Kawailoa
Land Co Ltd D
Est of P, V Bi-liop. by Trs, to Ter
ritory of Hawaii Exch D
Dow-ett Co Ltd to Territory of Ha
waii D
Dow-ett Co Ltd. by Trs of bond
holders, to Tevritorv of Hawaii.. Bel
J J J
V
Chalmers "Forty" Tonring Model.
Licensed' under the Sel-ien Patent.
Here's Some Good Sense on the
Automobile Question
Fresno, Cal., August 29. 1910.
Pioneer Automobile Company,
721 Golden Gate Avenue,
San Francisco, Cal.
Gentlemen:
It would do you good to see the way the 1911
Chalmers "30" is taking with the people of this
valley. You know there are no more critical men
in the country than those who buy automobiles in
this region.
They J.ave paid dearly for their experience. Cars
Lave been dumped in here that could find no sale
elsewhere and when you stop in a town you are im
mediately surrounded by a crowd of men that are
XOT Missourians.
They don't want to be "shown." They have
had cars come along in years past with anxious and
clever demonstrators that could "show" most any
. thing.
Cars with big engines that could make most any
old kind of a demonstration, but which, when the
main test of daily work was put on them, could not
make good.
The people here have learned the sad lesson that
the cheapest thing to put in a car was horse power.
"Why," said an oldtimer in Merced when he
was told the bore and stroke of the new Chalmers,
"there is common sense. They could make that en
gine ten-horse power larger and it wouldn't cost
them over a dollar. A four and a half inch hole in
cast iron is an easy proposition, but a transmission,
i i ii i , , -
irac.e ami ax.e taar wia srana me Dig engine is aj.
other matter. You have the real goods in that rear
construction. It will stand all your engine will givt
it and as a car I would prefer it to anything I taTe
seen regardless ot price."
The new ear ta'kes the roads ever so much bet
ter than anything that has been seen here of the same
weight and it is practically dust-proof.
The roads throughout the valley are the wors
in years and a demonstration means going up against
blind chuck holes in which a horse could hide.
In this kind of work the little car has no peer.
It will take the worst roads we have at thirty mile
an hour and with comfort.
Mr. u oo.ien of this city, who is one of tie
largest importers of leather goods in the state, on ex
amining the upholstery, said that the workmanship
and material are cn a par with the highest priced eat
To use his own language, '"'It's a custom made job.''
The car practically has no competition and there
is not a man here who is buying a car bat fignrei
that his choice lies between a Chalmers and some
higher pried article. In every case the Chalmers it
in the running.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) A. C. WHEELOCK.
The Pioneer Automobile Company is the Sal
Francisco representative of the Chalmers Motor Com.
pany.
Our 1911 cars are now coming in monthly allot-
ments. Deliveries are being made according
schedule.
Associated Oarage, Ltd.
DEALERS IN MOTOR CAES
1C
By Authority
NOTICE.
BISHOP TftUST GO,,
Limited
Bethel Street.
1 r'.. ptpmber 2'..
Ka-r.e and hi
ook, Tr. M; n!
d re land. Kan
B
BiKi.
(B K) to
.r R P ("s7,
"abulia, Ho
134, p 352
,.i
AUTO-LIVERY
phone 1326
A . B l O M
DRY GOODS
Firt St Opposite Catholic Churc
PIANOS
FOR RENT
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.
Elite Laundry
Re-Virdc
Rebecca (
Man;e! K
Kr,l 11-. a i
ito'iilu. Daliii; siino.
Dated Am- 1. I'.H".
Coed Crow p.. I r. to .ir.-e Hu n al. I:
int in lot 0 and 11, blk 5. Ka)io!ani j
Tract, Honolulu. Oahu; 4v".'2". B j
p 2-'". Dated Ser.r JC. l!C;o. j
Adelaide V BcUina and h-b fW E) j
to !lat 1. -c..,.t. !: ).c land. I'eienla.)
Honolcin. Oaha; sl.-,oo. ; :H'!, p 221. j
', tare 1 Scot T.io. j
'iilah ll'.ichof and 1 1 1 . to Henry Wa-,
terhou-e Tri'-t ' Ltd. Tr. M : p" land.!
Send us a
j.ostal and
we will jjive
you a price
on window
cleaning and
ianitor work
Candidates for Senator for the unex
pired term caused by the death of Sen
ator F. R. Harvey are hereby notified
that their nomination papers must show
on their face that they stand as candi
dates for such unexpired Term.
E. A. MUTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, T. H.. October b. li(l.
7tl
C. Brewer & Company, Limited.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular quarterly meeting of the share
holders of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.. will be
QUARTERLY MEETING. 0AHU RAILWAY TIME Ttt
Outward.
For Waianae, Waiaiua, KahukiK
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20m
For Pearl City. Ewa Mill and K
held at the office ot the company m j stations 1:30 a. m., 9:15 a.
Honolulu. T. H., o:i Thursday, Octobe:
13, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m. "
W. W. NORTH,
7st; Sepretarv Pro Tem.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETI
TION OF GEORGE BROWNING
MCLELLAN FOR CHANGE OP
NAME.
Hon j Inlu Window Gleaning Go.
4b
Queen Street.
GEORGE A. MARTIN
Fashionable Tailor
MASONIC TEMPLE.
DECREE OF CHANGE OF NAME.
On consideration of the petition of
liei.rge Browning MeCIelian, of Hono
lulu, City and County of Honolulu.
Territory of Hawaii, praying that his
mi. idle name be changed to McKinby,
the maiden family name of his de
ceased mother, and there appearing to
be good reason for granting said pe
tit ion :
Now. therefore, by virtue of the
authority in me by law vested and me
hereto enabling, I, Walter F. Frear.
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
order and decree that the
eorge Browning McClellan
e and the same is hereby
Ceoige McKinley McTel!an
copy of this decree be pub
a week for four consecu
in the Pacific Commercial
a new-!ai.er published iu
:er
.1,
I'.Ieiila. H.mnicbi. (Ia'.iu;
l ik 74. Ocean View Tr:
Oahii: !..! 7'. 71 and
Height-'.. Oahu; sl-.oo. ) ,U1, p 4".
Dated Sep: s, T.i? nt
Elizabeth B Waterhoue to Eleanor .T
Waterhoue. D: 11,52.'!' s,, ft land.
V ! ' t. Honolulu. 'Oahn; B "40.
p 1-J2. Dated Sept B1., BOo.
.b.hn Va'erhonse and wf to Eleanor
.1 '-Va'crhou-e. T: ::,a land and 25 ft
R W to Lilih
etc. B :1.4". T
. Honolulu. ! Trust C0 Ltd. Tr, Tr D: lots 1 and :
2. Wai.llae -. r,-m. etc Va!-.e He;..l, Hon,
Ho.jolubi. Oahn: $1.
Dated Sei-t 2". 1910.
( a tin
Railway and Land Co to Ka-
( o
B
ti-iku 1
K .. ! a.
I.d si.
Bl".
S ! iiaw il
aro1 bid-. Ev'lei.
!.: pors or
. Oahu: 2!
::21. Dat.
Kul 71 .10,
ws ?, mos,
1 Sept 23
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I ri:ed o
' Wa wa!.
T: c
D .-.. -:. Rel: pc land
i;..n..bihi. ( ahn : b ".
. 1 Sep' 24. fin.
i wf to William Herrv.
1 r..-.77. Kul 770.
t e, : . B n jo. p
'J4. B'lo.
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i': At. R V ''7'': int
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I-.,' !,'. Hoe.ol'.du. ( ahu:
2J7. Dnted .vt 2'.
TV. D. McINTTEE. Snperlntendent.
Phone 1973
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Wa
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i.-b m Mr
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and wf t.
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4 n n : 1
Rd.
P 22'..
Trrnt
Oahu: B B .140. p 231. Dat.
25. Hi ft.
Marv Stacker and :
Bank of Hilo Ltd. D;
7 and S blk A. Kar-i
A tl
i". (.1 T) to First
ots 1. 2. .1. 4. 5.
ani Bark Addn.
Honolulu, Oahu: $-".o". B. 3-K
P
Ltd. Tr.
"!'5. Ap 2.
B 34ft. p
A IT
Dated Sept 2!'. l!lft.
Henry Waterhonse Trust
to Francis (iay, D; int in (ir
Kalihi. Honolulu. Oahn: 1.
234. Dated Sept . 19BC
Agnes H V, .hid.!. l,v Atfy. to
Tlondero et al. Par Pel; int in
New .ludd Tract. Honolulu. Oahn:
B 341. p 43. Dated Sept 2. 1010.
Emma Hottel and h-b (C ill to Mu
tual B.ldg and Loan So.-v of Haw Ltd.
M: lot J". blk 2. bldgs. 'rents, etc, Cob
3i'ft.
-j Hills. liono
'.41. p 44. Dated
A no to J M L
and. Wainiha i I
nbi. Tiahu: i2"lM!.
Sept 23.. l:lo.
rdgate. D; hit in
!alelea Kauai:
B
d.
name of (
aforesaid. 1
.hanged to
and That a
!i-hed on.-e
ie weeks
Advertis'-r.
. i
Mr. and Mrs.
Hashimoto
MASSEURS
Rheumatism,
Bruises,
and ether
Ailments
Quickly
Relieved.
Telephone 237.
178 BERETANl A AVE. NEAR EMIO
fl
1)
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Ull IU 1 I
WILL DO IT.
LOCOMOBILE
loihlu. itv
a :
d Count v of Hono
lulu. Territory of Hawaii.
Don., at Honolulu, this tenth day of
i ic-oi.er. A. D. D'K1.
(SEAL; W. F. FREAR.
Coventor of Hawaii.
7tl -Oct. 11. I. 25, Nov. 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
3,.l o.
Date,
T.'B'i.
WHY?
From a small beginning the sale and
u of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
extended to al! parts of the I'nited
States and to n.anv foreign countries.
WhyT Biu-e it has proved esriecially
valuable for coughs and robD. For sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd., agents for Hawaii.
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed Executors of the will of
Eiieii L. Hopper, deceased, hereby give
notice to ail creditors of said deceased
to present their claims duly authenti
cated and with proper vouchers, if any
exist, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage upon rial estate, to them at
the office of .las. A. Hopper Estate,!
Limited, Room il"-"".. Judd Building, Ho-j
nolulu. within six months from the)
date of the first publication of t L is I
i.oiice. said date being September 27, j
101ft, or witi. in six months from the
day t hey fall due. or the same will be
loiever barred.
Honolulu. September 27, 1010.
WILLIAM L. BORDER.
E. WELLS PETERSON.
WIELARD E. BROWN.
E"--uovs . f tin- Will of Ellen L.
Hipper. Deceased.
Kinney. Ballon, prosper & Andersou.
A) Jornevs j..r Ljxecntors.
N77'.iS( i t. 27, Oct. 4. 11, IS, 25
READ THE ADVERTISER,
WORLD'S NEWS DAILY
"Tee Beit Built Car in America."
tCHTTMAN CARRIAGE CO, LTD,
A.GENT5.
anoa Valley
The most desirable "residence section
of Honolulu. No shocks and no bill
boards. We offer fo;
$5,500
ONE OF THE BEST BUILT RESI
DENCES IN THE VALLEY. FIN
ISHED THROUGHOUT IN NATURAL
WOOD. ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND
GAS. HOT A XL COLD . WATER,
MOSQUITO-PROOF ROOMS.
GROUNDS PLANTED TO
TROPICAL FRUIT AND
SHADE TREES.
Property was built for the owner as
a residence. Is designed to jet rid of
"house keepers' troubles." An easy
borne to take eare of.
"I1:JU a. m., 2:i5 r. m.. 3:20 a.1
5:lo p. m.,t9:30 p. m., tll:15p.
For Wnhiawa an A Tj;iat,o 1t.n
m., 5:lo p. m., t9:30 p. m., tll:18ftj
Inward. 1
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuko,Tf
lua and Waianae 8:36 a. bl,
p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa lOcf
Pearl City 1":45 a. m., 8:36 . tt
11:02 a. m., '1:40 p. m., '4:28 !
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m. I
Arrive Honolulu from Wahianil
Leilehua 9:lo a. m., 1:40 p. JtL,tX
p. m., 110:10 p. na. ' j
The Haleiwa Limited, a two-Mr
train (only first-class tickets hoaenf
leaves Honolulu every Sunday it U
a. m.; returning, arrives in Howt
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stopllt
at Pearl City and Waianae ontw
and Waianae. Waipahu and Pearl
inward. I
Daily. "Except Sundav. iSnndayftT
G. P. DEX1SOX, F. C. SMITBtJ
Superintendent. 0.
K00LAU RAILWAY TIME TM
DAILY, EXCEPT SATURDAY.
SUNDAY AND H0UD15
Leave Kahana for Punalnn,
Hauula. Laif. Kahnkn and
Way Stations at 12:O0Sj
Arrive Kahukn at ..'1:00W
Returning:
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Han
ula. Punalnn. Kahana and
Wav 55tat;nn. ot 1-45FX
Arrive Kahana at ZiOitk
SATURDAY, SUNDAY J
AND HOLlMj
Arrive Kahuku at 11:58M
Leave Kahana for Punalnn, J
Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and J
Wav Stations at H:Mi5
Leave Kahuku for Laie, Han- 1
ill a Pn no inn TT aVana T1 J
Wav Stations at 12:SSl
Connections are made at
vclth tha n T? X T. fn 'i 9:15
train from Honolulu, and the 2:2i!
m. train, which arrives in the W
5:30 p. m.
t 4 v-n- A T? V 1.
J. J. DOWLTXG, E. S. POLLTSTftJ
Superintendent. G.P-'
HAWAIIAN DEVELOPMENT
Ifielioiwco. iti
id a fresh
TOYS ! TOYS !
uames. cuzzies, uooKs an:
stock of Toys, now on sale.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Limited.
STAND ENWALD BUTLDlNft
P. O. Box No. 263. Cable:
66
Yamatova
ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS A5
PAJAMAS MADE TO OBDS
1250 Fort St.. just above Orpkej
nrn tmp nwr DTICCR.
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