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TMJ!i iiVi!.IsUu iUhi.'i.i.. jj2ULH, u.. a., 001013EU Id, lSVy.
HENRY R. WORTHINGTON
engineers and Builders ol High Duty Pumping Engines
for Water Works and Irrigation.
THE SPECIAL ATTENTION OF PLANTATION MANAGERS AND
AGENTS Is called to the fact that we carry In stock at our Queen street warehouse
ft large assortment of pumps for all kinds of sugar house service, Including vacuum
pumps, air pumps, condensers, feed pumps, juice pumps, molasses pumps, etc., to
gether with a complete stock of spare parts and valves for all sizes. Careful attention
Clven all orders, and prompt shipment guaranteed.
Estimates furnished for complete Irrigation pumping plants of any capacity or
werbtllce: Cor. Fort & Queen Sts., Honolulu, 11. 1.
Warehouse: Cor. Queen & Cook Sts. Telephone soG.
HARMONY LODGE No. 3,
I. 0. 0. F.,
Moot ovory Monday evening nt 7:30,
m Harmony Hall, King streot.
J. I). MoVEIQH, N. 0.
K. It. HKNDltY, Socrctary.
All visiting brothore vory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K.of P.,
Meots every "Wednesday evening at
7:30 o'clock, Caatle Hull. Fort street.
Tlaltlng brothers cordially invited to
attend. 1st ltank TONIGHT.
By ordor 0. C,
. 1HS A. E. MURPHY, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M
Meets ovory third Thursday ovonlng In
JUaonlo Temple. All visiting coinpnn-
Ions cordially invited.
A. F. GILFILLAN, U, P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No 1, K. T.
Bfeets in Maaonlo Temple on tho second
Thursday evening of each month. All
visiting Sir Knights courtoously invited.
HENUY K. COOPER, E- C
J. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Thursday evening at their
Outlo Hall, 420K Fort streot, at 7:30.
Mombors of Mystic Lodgo Nc- 2, and
visiting brothers, cordially invited
O.K. WARD, CO.
F. H. KILBEY,
1019 K. of R. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
No. 1, A.'. & A.-. S. R.
Meets tho llrst Thursday in each mouth,
tt Masonic Toniple. Sojourning and
visiting brothors cordially invltod to at
tend all meotlngs.
WV. M.. FRANK H. AUERBAOH.
ALtiAN B. SCRIMOHOUR, Socretary.
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21,
F. AND A. M.
atonic Ttmple, N. E. comer Atakea and Hotel Sl.
Statod mootlngs, tlrht Monday each
month. Special meetings, when called
(will bo noted in this spaco).
Members Lodgo Lo Progros, Pacific
Lodgo, and all ttojournlng brethren cor
ED. I. SPALDING. W.M.
O. a. WAtLACE. Secretary.
KAMEHAMEHA LODGE OF
No. I, A.. & A.'. 8.-. R.
Meets at Masonlo Temple the fourth
Thursday in each month. Sojourning
nd visiting brothors aro cordially in
vited to attend all mootlngs.
V." . M.' . FRANK B. AUERBAOH.
CLARENCE L. CRABBE, Seoretary.
LODGE LE PROGREB DE
No. 124, A. &A. S.Rito.
Jtated mootlngs on tho last Monday of
oach month, in its hall, Masonic Temple.
GEO. CAMPTON, W. M.
fflt. P. JOnNSON, Socretary.
SEO. W. DeLONG P08T No.
45, G. A. R.,
Deartmont of California and Nevada,
meets at Harmony Hall, King street,
drst Thursday ovonlng of every month.
Sojourning comrades are cordially ln
Tlted to attend.
L. L. LaPIERRE, P. C.
JAB. T. CCPEIiAND. Adjt.
LVovo Block, Fort street. Reading room
open day and ovonlng for reading and
joclal intercourse Regular meotlngs
Friday, 730 p. m. Visiting Scotsmen
woeclally welcome at all times.
GEO. L. DALL, Chief.
AliKX. B. KENNEDY, Secretary.
ENSIGN WORTH BAGLEY
Regular Army and Navy Union of the
United States of Amorlca, meets at
Harmony Hall, King streot, every se
oondand fourth Friday in each mouth.
Visiting comrades are cordially invited.
MARCUS H. SAUNDERS,
I. E. Shoalian, Adjutant.
THE WAVERLEY CLUB.
Vaverley Block. Bethel itrtet. Standard marailnet
ad periodicals: library; tllllard, pool and card tablet
lor he usa of member. Arranjementi lor tram lent
titltort. Entrance lee Si.as, monthly dues Si. Open
lroaa8a.rn. to ii p.m.
A. V. GEAR, President.
AliliEN B. BORIMOEOUR. Fin. Seo'y.
pounds for 2$ cents.
60-pound casks, 4 per cask.
Hod Boer Depot, No. 11 Kcmla (formerly
Salicylic add Is an organic add. It has
powerful antiseptic qualities, prevents the
souring of beer, also the development of
bacteria contalnedl In fluids. Applied ex
ternally It will remove corns and warts.
TAKEN INWARDLY salicylic add rap
Idly lowers the bodily temperature, re
duces the pulse rate, blood pressure, and
rapidity of respiration ; some people being
peculiarly susceptible to Its action.
The Board of Health has condemned
all beers containing salicylic add. Among
those proved to be free from this adulter
ant was the OLYMPIA BEER, sold by
Larry Dee of the Hoffman Saloon.
You aro worn out, tired, can't put
tho onorgy you deslro Into your
duties. Well, thon, you must try
something that will overcome this
feeling and restoro you to porfect
From childhood wo aro taught to
respect tho curative features of herbs.
Our grandmothers used them, and
were, as a rule, versed In the art of
preparing romodles from various
Wo havo a preparation that Is of
tho old-fashioned typo purely vege
table, mado of herbs with wino. For
a general tonic to produco vigor and
strength, you cannot find a liottor
For malarial disorders, loss of ap
petite, that tired feeling, loss of en
ergy, It Is a true panacoa.
Royal Bitten it the name,
They gave me at my birth,
From Royal no one need rerain,
Jtt use will iurehj bring mirth.
Put up in pint bottlos at 60 cents.
Hollister Drug Co.
Th.it is vhnt our customers say
concerning the rapidity with which
we finish our work.
"BETTER THAN THE BEST !"
That is their comment concerning
our finished work.
Come and see us.
428 Fort Street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Orpboum Thentro tonight.
American MoBsoncor Sorvico
open all night. Telo. 444.
Twelvo doge were shot yesterday
by the dog pound police officer.
Tho S2CC0 musical act nt the
Orphoum by tho Willnrds is well
Tho band will give- a concert in
Emma Square at tho usual hour
Circuleto your money right
here. For how to do so judicious
ly seo V. W. Dimond fc Oo.'a ad
on pngo 4. ,
The engagomont of Miss Alico
Agnew to Q.L.Sampson is' an
nounced. Both yonng people are
Mrs. Gunn'fl dancing class in
Progress Hall last evening was
very well attended. Evoryono
had a gocd time.
Miss Emily Haletoad entertain
ed a number of friends in' neucb.ro
parly at her homo in Waikiki
Tonight the Hong Kong Mam
will get away for San Vrancieco if
sbo can possibly manage to dis
charge her freight for this port, in
Thro will bo no concert at
Makee Island Sunday afternoon
ou account of the fact that the
band is to play at the funeral of
John M. Phillips.
0. A. Austin of Eohala, Hawaii,
will speak to young men at Y. M.
0. A. Sunday afternoon on tho
eubjfct, "A New Heart." All
young man aro cordially, invited
Tho Hawaiian hotel grounds
wore crowded as over last evening.
Tho singing by Mrs. Alapai and
Mr. Dan Moo was enjoyed very
much by tho people at tho hotel.
Tho band played very well, and
everyone enjoyed hearing tho
Tho Hawaiian hotol is about to
have a small store and a new bar
ber shop. Thin has been definite
ly decided on. A storo for tho sale
of newspapers, cigars and the like
has long been a much needed in
stitution and a new barber shop is
a positive necessity.
Tho Industrial Gommitteo of
tho BoyB' Brigade will soon ereot
a small house in a convenient In.
cality as a place where instruction
in woodwork can bo given. J. 1
Cook. T. Clive Davies and J. D.
Walters compose the financial
committee in charge of tho funds.
IJev. Mr.Wesforfelt ha received
some 800 magazines from the peo-
Elo of Honolulu, all of which have
oen distributed among the sol
diers passing through on tho trans
ports. Sir. VVesterfolt will be glad
to receive magazines and papers
for this purpose at Eawaiahao
Miss Mary Ellen Younr,
daughter of Alexander Young of
this city and Prof. Joseph Lewis
Howard, formerly an instructor at
Oahu College, were married at
tho home of tin bride in Oakland,
Cal., October 4. The newly mar
ried couple have gone to Europe
on their honeymoon trip.
Telegraph to Dawaon.
Skoguay, Alaska, Sept. 29, via
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 3. - The Ca
nadian government telegraph line
was completed to Dawson yester
day. The Dominion line reaches
from Bennett to Dawson and the
wires of tho White Pass and Yu
kon railroad; cover the distance
between Skaguay and Bennett.
The first message was to the Min
ister of Publio Wotks at Ottawa.
Karthtiuakri HiireHC. Death.
Constantinople, October 2. It
is now estimated that 1C00 Persi
ans perished in tho earthquakes
in Asia Minor, around Aidin. Tho
first shock occurred at 4 o'clock in
the morning of Septombor 20 and
lasted 40 seconds. The effects were
appaling. Wbolo villages wore
completely destroyed. Tho earth
quake was felt as far as Scio,
Mityiene and Smyrna.
CHA8. D. WALKER,
Dttltmer BulHer of Hla.t-Gra4a
Yachts, Boats and Launches I
r. Baif. Ttlev4l rt.
TO SAYE LIFE AT SEA
San Jose, Oct. 4. A Sau Joeo
man has wou tho Pollock awnnj
of 820,i'00 for tho best dovico for
saving life at sea. Tho money
was set aside by tho hoirs of Ed
ward Pollock, who perished with
his wife on tbo steamer Bonrgog.
no of tho French lino last year,
and tho lucky man is Z. C. Ange
vine of this city, who was former
ly tho managor of Poheim's tailor
ing establishment here. In ad
dition to winning tho Pollock
award, Angevino's device will pro
bably bo adopted by tho United
States Government for tho use of
the life-saving service.
Tho Angevino devico useB air
for buoyancy. In appearance it
closely resembles a waistcoat with
button. Down eaoh sido of tho
back in tho placo occupied by the
BeamB in a woman's dress aro two
Bleeder rubber bags. They are
furnished with valves .and can bo
inflated with air either by an or
dinary bioyclo pnmp or by the
mouth. At tho front are too mach
larger air bags, about the size and
shape of a man's vest. These aro
also furnished with valves and
can bo inflated at pleasure.
Tbcro are thus four separated
air compartments as a base of
operations. When attached to a
swimmer it is imposBiblo for him
to sink. In tho experiments just
mado two men took heavy rifles
into tho water with them and were
able to stand upright and shoot
at a mark.
Tho inventoi says he has somo
titaes rigged n sail to himself in
the water and made good headway.
Ho says that iu uso the coats could
bo hung already inflated by tho
sido of the paBsongors' berths on
tho steamer. While ho considers
rubber the most desiralo material
for tho air chambers, thin sheet
copper of aluminum could be era
ployed. AugeviuH is now in
Washington awaiting tho pleasure
of tho Life-Saving Department.
PIMNOUftS KAIULAM'8 lUHTHIMV.
Yesterday aftornoon oxorcisos
woro given by the pupils of tho
new Princess Kaiulani School,
Palama suburb, in honor of the
birthday of the late Princesp,
which occurs on Monday, tho 16th
and on which day the school will
remain closed. There were many
visitors to listen to tbo entertain
ing program of fourteen nnmbors
tho last of which was tho follow
ing song composed in honor of
Princess Kaiulani's birthday, and
sung in chorus to tho tuno of Ha
With voices sweet and clear,
Oh, Kaiulani, dear,
Thy name we honor here
In words sincere. ,
Our school Is named for thee,
Princess of liberty
All praise to thee.
Wlthlflowers sweet today,
We weave for thee the lei,
And deck thy picture gay
During tbo singing of this song
a pioture of the Princess was
decorated with leis by represen
tatives from tbo various grades.
Moonlight concerts by tho baud
next week will bo as follows:
Monday evening, atEmma square;
Wednesday, Makes Island and
Friday, Thomas Square.
To know about your food is
its purity. No one can afford
to overlook this important
thing in beverage. People
who know say that women
and children can use and be
sure of its absolute purity-
mild and delicious
It's ideal for home use a trial
, Pllkoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretanla M
street car line's"iPr'R,"R's,' 1
This tract is situated in one of the finest resi-
dence' portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with T
the cooling breezes of Makiki.
Lots fox oo feet will be sold for the reasonable f
price of $1,250. Terms, 20 cash, balance on in-
stallments, payments to suit purchaser. j
This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers c
can immediately commence building operations.
Eatly purchasers can secure choice locations.
For further particulars apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
J. T. Water-house, II. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May G Co. v
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
RETAIL STORES: WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT:
Fort and King Streets, Bethel Street.
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Streot, - 22 and 02 TELKruosw Bethel Streot, - 24 and 010
P. O. Box 3Rrt.
Late Arrivals :
Grapo NutB, Orcmn of Maize,
Postuin Cereal, Caramel Cereal,
Instantaneous Tapioca, Cream Chocolate,
Poha .tain, Guava Jelly,
Lambs' Tongues, Veal Loaf,
Sliced Ham and Bacon,
Smoked Herring, Taniales,
Crackers and Cakes, fcc tfce.
Poit Sali: uy
KISDON IRON WOBKS,
Sari. FrstrLolscOa, Cal.
Engineers and Builders.
PUMPING MACHINERY, HEINE BOILERS,
PLAIN TUBULAR BOILERS. CORLISS ENGINES,
CANE OARS, VACUUM PANS,
, - And all Machinery for the completo equlpmeut of Sugar Mill.
, OFFICE, Room 9, Spreckels Block, Honolulu, H. I.
1200 X O. Box 551.
Protect Your Family and Property I
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Gear, Lansing & Co.
Merchant Street Side
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
.AXiXj have their ills.
REMEDIES MADE "'iTjOHrTPOTTIE & SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will
DURE: TH.OSE : ILLS.
Money Is Saved by Investing In Pottle's Remedies.
Black Oils for Sprains, Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands.
Green Lotion, great healing agent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions.
uiaq uimment ior Horses-reet,
Pottle Eve SalveforSore Eves.
Vermin Soap for Dogs, Sheep
This Is only a partial list; If you don't
-H- 4i -
213 King street, next to the Arlington.
S T3 j (0 T3
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EMMETT MAY, Manager.
tiectric Oils, a mild blister.
Cattle. Horses. Shmh .ml Twc
see what you want ask
Agent for theHawallin Islands.
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