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THE PA.CXTIO COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1910.
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LOCAL BREVITIES.
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Km Decorating has just been received.) li' of M:
L -Mir holiday gifts out in good X '!a:k
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complete and includes many spe-j...,;' .
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO
TEACHERS.
u.- m: ( KM Fellows' i,a!I at halt
- evening.
po:"- i rout Hawaii and Maui aro!
-::ii-' r- hae been lieipient anil I
sugar vane, been helped (
.nrgo T',:;ir..- and not George I.
!! '.a- ?!: best man ar tin we.l-
Krnm.'i Dreier an.l Henry
hiturdav evening.
llW. DIMOND & CO., Ltd. I ;
feet.
ise are i
irge Ct
1 beheJ
e only,
MORGAN,
all pi
MORGAN.
a.a i.eweastie, a native ot Kng-
votf-ril.'iv hied notice in the fed-
oirt t' his intention to become
a nuMivsged -;tizon ot L ucie Sam,
There re a special neeting of
t.-cni.:e I,r.ig No. .",71, A. i arid A.
.M.. at ;t :.:ui. Masonic Temrile. tliU
work in the second decree. ' Fg
.vioir, -rvjiiin. president ot
board of health, retnrneil Suudav
T'ron HHo where he looked into mat
ter-; pertain r.g to the health depart- !
merit.
Tlie !fo,.;:',i and Tfoola Lnimi So
elety will hold their regular . montliiy
m.eti'.g oa Wednesday morning at ten
o'l-ioek at the Kapiolani Mitemitv
Home.
Maria Yasiclava, the Rushin woman
arnvted tor selling Iiqu(r illegally in
Ivvilel Sunday, was fined $100 in police
curt ve-tenlav inoriiiri'''. The two
i men f-ar.ht ly officer Wills were dis
' charge.!, the case agninst tl.om not be
'' )i-r Msiiicieiiriv stronur.
! .1 iilye iowon yesterday issued a
I '-vrit ot tnaiidaai'.- at the request of Kn
leaaa T.iak M.-C.-indless, ordering Mars
! tnn 'aiiid.iel! as siijierintenilent of pub-
knot mark or scratch the floor i r,'Hiri' j,t" r;Uns",I Zf7Z To ,-Z'-
reet tip some of link's boarding
houses with the sw-ear.
Fl.t'teeu SO-ton fiat cars have been
completed in the shops for the Oahu
Kai'road 'ortipany. ami twenty 30-ton
ears will be completed in the near
future. Work is shortly to be started
i on ten hopper-bottom freight cars for
heavy bulk. In the course of time
four handsome passenger coaches will
be turned out.
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fp'i ft
9. U
ai DTD SIS
Elks' Building
That look well, wear well, and are comfortable.
We have many styles, some of them fastened with frogs and
pearl buttons, others without the frogs.
Wide cut in the trousers and roomy coats.
We have night gowns for men, too.
TOGGERY.,
Phone 1751
Ltd
King Street
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mEr?ss&mEam&i.- - n - -y-
4g torrt gt Qty shot
OUR CANDIDATES
THE INVISIBLE CASTOR
fOYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Bishop Street
WLSLA'
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s'n Bread k
nan,ufacturs
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ested p
I to call ar
n 4
of roanufej
;ning of t
le packing
product
"tons. ' ;A
akery
Street
IRIOSITIES
ALOON
im Only
Free.
Ill I IMCDV
that is
DIFFERENT
from that from
other shops is
found only at
PERSONALS.
Harry -lark, a Hawaiian singer, who
went to Atlantic Cy for the summer
engagement with the promotion com
mittee exhibition, will return this week
from the mainland.
A decree of the Governor has been
published, changing the name of Geo.
B. McClellan to George McKinley Mc
Clellan. This decree was issued on the
petition of Mr. McClellan to permit him
to assume as . his middle name the
ni&iden familv name of his mother.
NO UNEMPLOYED
SURPLUS IN JAPAN
Frank J. Kruyer. ln-tter known as
" Hanawaki, ' r meaning' watchmaker,
the popular clockwork operator of Fort
street, near Merchant, who is a regular
candidate for the board of supervisors
on the Republican ticket, was born in
this city of Honolulu in the year 18G0
and has resided here since except, dur
ing that iperiod when he went to the
country of his ancestors. Germanv, for
the purpose of education and learning
Ji is trade. . j
After for a little while attending the J
old Fort street school in this city, Mr. ;
Kruger went to Germany in 1S7-J, at j
the tender age of six years. Returning j
to the Hawaiian Islands in 1887 he j
was obi enough to cast his first vot
tor the reform party. Two years later j UAMni III II
Pure White Lead
Pure Oxide of Zinc
Pure Linseed Oil
and Coloring Pigment That's
Prepared
I A1NT
The most durable and satisfac
tory paint you can use.
I
Leviers & Gooke. Ltd.
17" South King St.
"Everything in Books"
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
Alex. Young Building.
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The Kokumin denies the truth of the
argument advanced in America that
Japan will soon be suffering from a
surplus of her population, and that she
will be obliged to turn the tide of emi
gration, which was checked on the
Pacific Coa?t. to the Korean Peninsula,
and. further on. to the Russian domin
ions in the north, there to come into
collision with Russia again. The Ko
kumin points out the fact that at pres-
! ent Japan lias no unemployed pjula
SCRAP IRON
C. H. BROWN, Manager.
Haleiauwila Street.
CO.
Fort Street
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Koyal Hawaiian Oarage, opposite Ha
'uan Hotel, authorized agents for the
raous Alco automobile.
Pfr?. IhYkerson. Sachs l.WV TP-
v'i tae latest in face and auto-veils,
aied ami untrimmed hats, willow
Ms, fancy feathers, wings, etc.,
t from the Last. Come and f
a.
tion on her hands, and that the growth
I of her indnTies will soon find a de
i ficiency of laborers. In its opinion the
j variation of populations in European
! countries finds a parallel in this couu-
try. Tne strong tendency to increase : and a Royal Arch Mason.
has been seen only since the restora-
jtion. owing perhaps to political, social , CAMDICC PRnVFD Tfi
1 and other causes. But this increa-e 0Hmrul"0 rnuvtu ,u
jean not be constant as is proved in the BE FULL OF MAGGOTS
I historv of other countries. On the eon-j
I trary." the paper fears the future dilii-j
I cultv with Japan will be a gradual de-! . .
i - .i i .t i Holt ,DMiron it tno fcipnmiplot
crease ratner td.ui an increase oi i m miai oiuuiiu at nit ioi n i mi ivc i
population.
lie went into the watch-repairing busi- i
ness on Fort street, having been at
that trade steadily ever since. !
of both theHealani and Leilani vacht HifkMt Prie Paid for Old Brass, Serap
and boat -clubs and took an enthusi- 11011 and u Metals,
astie interest in the sport. He was a I Oealer in Second-hand Machinery,
member of the old volunteer tire I Tel. 1642. P. O. Box 547.
brigade, running with engine number
2, this department haying disbanded In
189.';.
During the rebellion against the Re- j 221 Beretania Street, near Alakea.
public of Hawaii. Kruger. though most Telephone 1182.
or ms menus were royansrs, w3s a MAKAI SIDE OF STREET
ineniper oi tne citizens guard, oemj ;
in squad 2. He still retains his cer
tificate ,of honorable service and dis
charge, signed by vSanford B. Dole, the j
Mr. Kruger married Miss Rose of i Gatton, Neill & Company, Ltd
Kanoohe whose father was manager of ;
the Kaneohe sugar plantation. He is
member ot Hawaiian Lodge. Masons,
the Star Dyeing and Cleaning Shop
Vo connection with the place across th
street.
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS.
Second and South Sti.. Kakaako.
Boilers retubed with charcoal iron oj
teel tubes. General ship work.
For Rent
H CDNFERENG
t THE
Liverpool, 1
jration.
ranee
ranee
ional
Scotland-
INIC
' WpII
nion.
Mother cult',.r,.n,.,
i'ltoi yesterdav i.
"ir and ,!(.;,,. t a
1 "rijWiou .!;.!,'
'S which
eJ in, The Ade-ti
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y aad th, ,,,:,
W The
ru t'firnt b.-f..,,-'n'e
f:Pi I.,. ,.
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GEMS
ciry bit
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1 THE M DITCH
as lie!.
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v ot Si
; at the
er ii or
on the
the de-
y puri-
titetlilicT
!'t".U'
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ex r.
iiy
ties.
i!s ditch i
fr..i r:
1 Hilo ,i
' Hawaii
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it exist
t:tie en
no dif-
Oll the
1 1 a i a
hvar.i
at
mi
THE ALTERNATIVE.
av Tins taxicao inn.
"I can't
"Then I
t io'n. ' '
" I '11 !'v it. Tbit take m
poor'noiise a 'id leave me there.
Ton 'hroTiirie.
take you to a police sta-
to the
Hons-
spin lis i
Al j t-ftei-nooii. yesterday t hoy were a ma
MM I of swa i mi ii" maL'ifot.-,. ramtiip'' in si?
I ill j from the si.e oi a puiliead to a halt'-inc
''ji'inu- Keiy mj! t;irv sample came u
Presents Loathsome
Appearance.
The seven sampler (f o.rat -eciit'i'd
by Ullii-ia! v. 'hemist K. B. lilaiiciiard
from the tishmariiet have 'hatched."'
Put into little glass- jars as aj'pareut-
ly pert' i ct ly good no
Sat urda v
Lingerie Dresses
Vei v t'aiii'v, I ra ut 1 f'u ily trimrned with
Valeiii-iei'.r' s. T' r hen, Clunv and lii-a
T.ai es. each .i.o-viu a 'li-t im tix e style
and lia's-h. I'r:. es from : .
SS.OO tc $30.00 each.
New Marquisette Gowns
In YVLi-e. ;:1
Ir.g tee
v t h Pit. k a
med with Lace, an.l show
r:; : f -1 t t : very dainty,
i 1 ; t : ' -ami n -.l-'.
litcii
pie came up
to cxpi-etal inns and predictions and be
came th" home of such a mass of em
bryo ilies j which is a better sounding
aim cieanei term for fast idioa- ear-),
ihat ihey quite concealed the no at from
view. And tin- meat :i- bought in
rhe t.fdtitarv manner for consumption,
at that.
1 i la He ha rd :i;ti'i - with Dw'nr Mou
savra! that tin meat was u diseased.
Tie maggots v re s'rictiy d'stiin'-t. and
it oiiiy took thetn on.' and a half .lays
'o hatch ti'imi ih l.iiows. a:,d eat up
t.heir iatt home.
There w.il ie- a no e'ing or the health
committee ot the board uf supervisors
tins atteriiooi; at half -prist, th'en arid
til.- matter wili probablv be brought up
FOLDING CHAIRS AND TABLES
J. HOPP & COMPANY, LTD.
SPECIALISTS.
SMOKE
General Arthur
CIGARS.
1
25 per cent !
Discount on
This engraving shows the location
of the
FOOTEAZEIR
When placed in the shoe
There's a hundred dollars worth
of comfort for
.OO
2
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Fort above King St.
WE MAKE AND EETAIi.
AND SELL ON EAST TERMS.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BEDDING AND WIRE MATTRESSES-
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.
Corner King and Alakea Streets.
MOSQUITOES
CANNOT STAND
SKEETGO
The contrivance that holds the incense for the dance of
death.
75c.
Seventy-Five Cents
75c.
NSON, SMITH & CO.. Ltd.
Everything
Hotel and Fort Streets
Pyrographic;
m our Window. I
I
BlacK Silk Shirtwaists
M?XIXg AXD THE AEROPLANE. !
tej d.;ii,.':
- thi-in-iv..;
"r'ai0n fr o
ha v.. '
a. c; . j
;.laI -attract;
e a:r
.7 .-rr;,
bourse of '
h'- l,.,u- -i
lsaok hv li"--
,yc? '.'.N'!-.s-
P;anes are . ..
:3-'c i;;v
:;d M;
pre
ha : (t
m -at j
Me-salM
At ?-
.an de Sole and TaiTeta
57.00 and S7 50.
lien. i ie
.ec-ed (o
No a n e
s r a-o
io:. or th
v
tai
l '. a -saa;.i
win
to
VI"
Fancy White Shirtwaists
a r rest .
chaid state
'..V. sample
lie expos.
U'lii resllit
The no a
tino- it wa
lio Use. or wa
ll :: a are ev
il version.
,'i; ti'.ese cases
the origi na
il ' ' e ' s.a m jiles
id wholesale
that. P.lan
i :- lieiieves
! tahea Jr"i:i
e tish'narhe"
Honolulu Institute For Physiotherapy
Corner Beretania and Richards Streets.
Open from 8 a. m. to 7 p. in. except Sunday.
All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red. -prhite and violet), Stents
Baths, Turkish, Russian, Tine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonic Acid nd Oitjoti-
A rare chance for those devoted to ; Medicated Baths, Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency, etc., ete.
Special attendant for ladies.
-nown
the art of Pyrograpby.
oil i
Pi
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PlI
Fi It 4
w a s
i'lstn'.
i
the
T::a; : !
Dutch N-
t
' 0!' I
I.a.-e and Kmbroidered,
id yh'-tt Sleeves. Only a
1 values.
S2.73 and S3. 00.
t nat.
he! or
hatch
is th
d magg.
re:i so:)
'.e siau:
was ;.!acd
he-. .fer
".ev-il ho'ii's
"! w i 5 1 un
'Icv and This
.! : VO! i n g
ve ah f,,od
statts ,,
i'o er.
a-s fnar
.d t1.;-'."
erst are
sscnger
-pe-.'ial
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Cor. Fort and Beretania' Streets.
0pp. Fire Station.
POST ERGO PROPTER.
t a i i to : 'a: magazine.
won t
a r0n-
' ' EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC '
Port below Hotel.
THE EAGLE
TELEPHONE 2575.
CLEANING. DYEING and
PRESSING WOIXJF
FORT AND KUKUI STREETS.
Woodlawn
Manoa Valley
See CHAS. S. DESKY
AIRMONT HOTEL
I The MostSuperbly Situated Hotel in the World K
'il 0"ERLOOK1NO THc ENTIRE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO. THE GOLDEN GATE AND THE RESU LT :
SS .s.tv nnnVrKiENT 10 SHOPPING. THEATER. BUSINESS AND RAILROAD CENTERS. W
1 THE EPITOME OF HOTEL EXCELLENCE
Operated on Both American and European Plan.
and t
r- k-..:.. .i. th. rarvMiMm anil luxuries a nood hotel thould hive, with many upioue. "
... a tai'. 'to Frt.rv rfiirmsned and refitted at a coit of over th'ee million d" iari - '
center a me city - headquarter! of the Army and Navy sceneot most of 'he social f'jviti.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1,000 GUESTS.
KATES:
American Table d'Hote Plan, one person, per day - - $5.00 aid wut - ...
European a la Carte Plan, room and bath, one person, per day, Sz.jO au .
1 MANAGEMENT PALACE HOTEL COMPANY
i Also Operating Palace Hoteli
SAN FRANCISCO
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