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1111! llVt'.MNO ItUU.intNi HONOLULU, It.
1IJl!ShAY, 9lll1UMHim II, lg.
ftilMmwnto BLOC A"
L Correct Styles
THE I'INHST SHLHCTION
Xjubra.iiclS! and pairasols
for LADIES and CHILDREN
Pir.n.is7 M. BR ASCII & CO. ,,ho"c '"
HARMONY MIIMIK NO. 3,
I. 0 0. V .
HmU ererr Mnndsjr evening at 7:30
Harmon Hall, Kins street.
L. II. DKE, N. 0.
B. 11. HKNDIIY, Secretary.
Ml Tliltln? brothers Terr cordially
HYBTia L0D0B. No. 2, K. of P.
Meet every Wednesday evening nt
tf:M o'clock, Castlo Mull. Fort street,
ratting brothers cordially Invited to
MUnd. 8. J. SAL.TKH, C. C.
A. E. MUIII'IIY, K. 1L 8.
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third Thursday evening
to Masonic Temple. All visiting com-
ions cordially Invltuj.
A. F. aiLFILLAN, II. F.
J. D. TUCKER. Becrctary.
No. 1, K. T.
feeti In Masonic Temple on the sec
em Thursday evening of each month.
Wl visiting Sir Knights courteously
HENRY E. COOPER. E. 0.
. D. TUCKER, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at their
iMtle Hall, 420 Fort street, at 7:30.
Ambers of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
flatting brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR. C. &
K. of R. and B..
KUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
No. 1, A. & A.. S. R.
Mts the flrrt Thursday In each
Math, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn
Ma and visiting brothers cordially ln-
Uad to attend all meetings.
W. M., FRANK D. AUERDACll.
ALLAN Ii. SCRIMOEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE Le PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on (ho last Monday
I MCb month, In Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, W. M,
. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
.. 00. W. De LONa POST No.
45, a. a. n.
Dtpanment of California and Nova
te, meets at Harmony Hall, King
mat. first Thursday evening of every
atlL Sojourning comrades are cor
Sally Invited to attend.
W. L. EATON. P. 0.
1AM. T. COPELAND, Adjt.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21,
F. & A. M.
tated meetings, first Monday each
BMkth. Special meetings, when called
Iwlll be noted In this space.)
Members Lodge Le Progres, Pacific
Istit, and all sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT. W. M,
K. R. Q. WALLACE, Secretary.
THE ALOHA BRANCH OF THE
Every Saturday at 7:30 p. m. The Aloha
Branch of the TheosoDhlcal Socletv. will
hold Its regular meeting In the Knights of
Pythias Hall, next door to noiiistera: -o ,
Fort street. Public cordially Invited.
Books lent at the Library on Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays, trjm 3 to 4
p. m. Information on Theosophy given
by writing to r u. box 554.
Markets and wows.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bggs,
Butter, Cheese. &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, King street.
for dinner Riving and for
luncheons and for entertain
ing may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO.,
Tslsphnns mo. ui Fort St,
rU.ViViViViiV,,Vi(Vif. c u re
: NAGIC : headaches
WAFERS ; dressing.
faWfWfWtftN)$4 loU .11 dr.ssl.u.
Q.---What Is Champagne?
A. It Is
N. 13. The accuracy of tills an
swer is endorsed by connoisseurs
the world over.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Sole Agents :
For Territory of Hawaii.
GEO. RODIEK PROMOTED.
Illlo, Sept. C In recognition of
valuable services rendered as managnr
of the Illlo branch of II. Hackfvld &
Co., Ltd., George Rodlvk has been
made a director of that corporation.
Hackfeld & Co. hae a plan of promot
ing employes when their services war
rant It, and at the last meeting of the
company .Messrs. Hoillek, Klamp,
l'fotcnlmucr and J. F. llumtmrg re
ceived the material reward.
Mr. Hoillek cumo out from Germany
ten years ago to take a position with
the firm and from the position of
Junior clerk ho worked his wny step
by step until he was made manager of
the Illlo branch. After three years
in Illlo the business of the local
house has become tint fourth largest
In the entire group and Mr. Hcxllck's
efforts have been recognized. He will
leave here during the curr-mt month
nnd wilt sail from Honolulu on the
next trip of tho steamship Aiutmila
en route to his former liuiir) In Ger
many where he will spend a n
months' vacation. On his ret 1 11 lie
will take un Important poi'.lhri 111 the
Honolulu house. August Humbug,
who has been associated with Mr. Ito-
dick In the local store, will succeed him
as manager. Herald.
EDUCATION OF HAWAIIAN6.
re Hawaiian children being educat
ed In tho right direction? Formerly
they were un Industrious race, but the
young Hawaiian of today, educated hi
the public schools of the Islands, can
sit In tho shade and twang his ukulele
while the old father digs taio and
pounds pol, with the same sang froid
which marks some of his young Amer
ican brothers who huve been educated
out of the Idea of good, honest, hard
worn. iTunKly, there should be 110
schools on the Islauds except such us
teach the mechanical arts as well as
the three It's. No boy should gmduata
without a certlflcato that he can shoo
his horse, mend his shoes, and build his
barn, us well as to spell metempsy
chosis and give the lateral boundaries
POLICE .MUST PAY DEBTS.
Chicago, Aug. 31. A lieutenant of
pollce.a sergeant and forty-one patrol
men were suspended from the police
force today for non-payment of debt.
The suspension was ordered by Chht
of Pollco Klplcy and will bo effective
until the policemen huvo 'paid their
creditors. The Civil Service Commis
sioners sanctioned the order of the
Chief. Tho debts consist of accounts
for groceries, meats and furnishings.
It Is the first time the police depart
ment has taken a rigorous courso to
enforce the payment o fdebts by po
licemen. The suspension was ordered by Clilf
Klplcy utter numerous complaints had
been made by the creditors and after
ho had endeavored to secure a settle
ment for them. ,
PER B. 8. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full lino of grapes, ap
pies, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, .lates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkoys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .all line of
canned goods. OAMARINOS REFRI
For that tired feeling tako a ride
up Pacific Heights.
LOCAL AND tiliNLKAL
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inf jinjy "inRirmnn nmii nnttiTiii .
rrlml In l(utM Aiiiwl to.
1 Hunks frnm Hits rt Ansunt 27
' Two gtf t les are nn for this werk '
int Ilia I'Aflfle Import Co. Hee ad.
I WKDDIMIHTATIONKHY. Eoirsttd
I Cards, Embossing.
II. K. WICHMAN.
The schooner W. II. Hmltli nrrltetl la
, Port Tunnsoid from this port, Augiut
I You can rely on the wnrkinanlilp of
I the Tribune nnd Orient, the le-idln
I wheels. '
The band will give a concert It
Thomas Kiiuaro nt the usual time this
1 The schooner Robert Lewers from
Honolulu arrived In Port TownseiiJ,
, August 28.
.nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from 11.00
per week up.
The schooner Annie M. Campbell
sailed from Port Tonnseml for Hono
lulu, August 31.
Very desirable furnished rooms ir
offered for lent In a central location.
See To Let column.
REGISTRATION ROLLS FOR THE
NOVEMBER ELECTIONS ARE OPEN.
David I laughs, chief forester of the
Agricultural Department, leaves for
Makawao, Maul, today.
Tho schooner II. D. Ilendlxcn and
barkentlne Planter from Honolulu both
arrived' In Port Townsend, August 31.
E. It, Hendry, Republican Territorial
Secretary, has received McKlnley nnd
Roosevelt buttons In vnrlous beautiful
Tho barkentlne W. II. Dlmond ar
rived In San Krnnclsco from this port,
August 31. She was 31 days inaklns
The St. Katharine was to have sailed
yesterday afternoon for San Francisco
but was unable to get away until this
Having been given u one month' va
cation, Rev. T. Okumurn left for Illlo
In the Klnnu today. He will visit Maul
Tho regular annual reception of the
Y. 11. C. A. to new members will take
place next Monday evening. An ex
cellent program has been arranged.
The Mariposa will be in from Sin
Krnnclsco In the morning. Although
the China is not due until the 13th sin
will undoubtedly be In tomorrow af
ternoon. Tho adjourned meeting of the Young
Hnwallans' Institute will be held In tli)
otllce of Dr. Huddy nt 7:30 o'clock this
evening. Olllcera for the ensuing year
will be elected. s
The barkentlne Geo. C. Perkins from
llnhukona and the barkentlne Irmgaid
from Honolulu, both arrived In S.in
Francisco, August 31. The Irmgard
was 28 days making the trip.
II. Klnoshltu, owner of th estoro nt
tho corner of Klnnu and Mnkikl streets
has turned his place Into n theater.
The opening performance was given
last night. A largo crowd was In at
tendance. There was a special service for sol
diers at tho Christian church last even
ing. There was quite n large attend
mice. Thcro will be another service at
7 o'clock tills evening. Rev. A. 11.
Cory will preach.
While trucking rails from the John
F. Currier on the Irmgard wharf yes
terday afternoon, one of the dock la
borers had his foot badly crushed by
tho fulling of a piece of Iron weighing
about 1000 pounds. Tho man was tak
en to the hospital.
Ladles should not fall to take advan
tage of the special sale values that nro
olTered this week at the Pacific Import
Co., Fort Btrcet. White plciue dreas
skirts made to sell nt (51, fC and $7 nro
going at $3, $1 and J5 apiece; this Is an
unparalellcd offer. Percale wrappers
are on sale nt only 11.25. Do not miss
this gient opportunity.
Ono of tho soldiers from the
Transport Logan, somewhat under V.vi
Intluenc eof liquor, made himself very
obnoxious in tho vicinity of the Hart
homo In Waiklki yesterday afternoon.
A lot of children were on tho beach at
the time. It Is very fortunate for the
fellow that all the men wero In town
at work; otherwise ho might have ben
given a good thrashing for exposing hU
person as ho did.
Tho uso of the Singer In millions of
homes shows the unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machine.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In all kind; of family sewing
and art necdlo work. All our sewing
machines era of tho best construction,
benutlfull decorated, nnd nro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of nrtlstlc design. II. Ucr
gersen, agent, 1G',& Bethel street.
JUICY FRUIT PULPS.
The freshest lu town at Rsnson,
Smith & Co.'s.
CHA8. D. WALKER,
Dolfiur ml Bulld.r of Hlgh-Giidi
Yachts, Boats and Launches I
Worm, 69. KINO ST.
P O, Boi 611. Ttltehoa ,&,.
41 Ik 11.4m! II IIIihI (miii IHIm arriv. I
if I H In Hun I'mliKliHi AiiinM I.
J The Jmhlr Wmirf Hwirwl nt Kn
Si rrmitlMi for llmlnn Aiigntt 31
Thi m btHHif r llMlIc .Mlwir armtsl In
JNtw Ink C'Mnl K4ttl ftttif UHmt U,
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LMAUM.T M llll'IW.
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Mercantile Co., Ltd,
ClMMI I Ml till QMI Mfttlt.
Ditlritiutinij Anetl for the . .
L. W, MlKill.
Custom House Brokerage
II) KAAHU.MANU ST.
Makes A SPECIALTY of Monthly
Accounts and Rents.
are generally perfect and sound,
and at all events are a much
prettier feature of the mouth
than dirty and discolored teeth.
Then again when kept clean
and white are less liable to decay
which rather is due to thought
lessness In teeth care.
All teeth preparations, In a
general way are good we have
them all some better than
Tooth Powder 25 cts.
we know is as near a perfect
tooth cleaner and antiseptic as it
is possible to make because every
one of its ingredients is the purest
That's the feature of our tooth
Hollister Drug Co.
Beginning Thursday, Aug.
JO, THE WAIKIKI INN will
run a wagonette for the bene
fit of its patrons. Ieavinp the
corner of Fort and King streets
FOR WAIKIKI INN.
A. M. P. M.
FROM WAIKIKI INN.
Single Fare, 2J cents;
H. N. ALMY,
Goose I !
Jusl the book for
For sale by the
NEWS CO., Ltd.
U. P. EHLERS &
B. F. EHLERS &
By the Barks "J. C. Pflueger" and "M. E. Watson"
WB HAVE RECEIVED A
LARGE ASSORTHENT OF : :
Morton's and Crosse & Blackwell's Groceries Bicarbonate
of Soda, Wash Soda, Caustic Soda, Paints & Oils, Cor
rugated Iron, Ridging, &c, Cement Firebricks, Carbo
lineum, Stockholm Tar, Tubs Buckets, Tinplates, Sauce
pans, Teakettles, &c, &c.
CHICKEN und COTTAOE
ORPHBUM BLOCK. Fort St.
- On Ice--
'All Seasonable Fresh Fruits and Veeetables
TURKEYS. DUCKS and CHICKENS. Try one of our TENDER BROILERS.
FRESH SALMOM and Flounder, Smoked Salmon and Halibut.
FRESH POTATOES and Onions. Cervelat SausagesJIn foil), "And In Swm
FROZEN OYSTERS both California and Eastern. Cream Cheese (in foil),
GRUENHAGEN'S BON BONS and Marshmallows.
ti. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 Bier Stores 2
The Waterhouse Store
CONTAINS NO CORN STARCH,.
Requires no egss, no cooklnc. Ptepared In a moment by simply adding one quart
bollinfi milk ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS. Will produce ten cups of dellcl u
Custard or two quarts of rich Ice Cream that cannot be surpassed.
For sae by CH AS. HUSTACB.
Telephone 119. 212 King treet. next to the ArUnii -
Before Insuring Your Life consult the beet company
and secure the best and most liberal policy as
Issued by the
GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
of New York
EMMETT MAY, Judd Building,
Manager tor Hawaii.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
, O. Box 886
Contractors and Builder
QENEUAL llUSLXESS ACENO Y
-AH kinds of Laborers' Supplles-
Kiwi Street, near Liliha
iHPOaTIH ADD DtAlIB III
HEAVY PONGEE SILK FOR HEN'S SUITS AT REASONABLE PRICE.
::::::: GROSS LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS WITH BORDER.
' Nuuinu Stmt. B.lwwn Hot.l n 1 P.uihl 11
P. O. BOX W5. Til. II.
XVIlXTGr WO CHAN
The oldest Chinese Firm in Honolulu.
DtaUn In Fin Sllkt n4 Griti Linens. Chlnct in4 Jap arm Goods of All KlnJi
tio-iii Nuuinu strcit.
F, D, Box Bla
JAPANESE PROVISIONS & (HAL 1IGHA1ISB
609 BCBBTANU BTBXKT
Wt have hist flMilwil lol tittoiitt and friiJ w
haw iiintf it numl'tr t ulinit iiultm lunJ lk
Cleared ut once
at 8 p. m.
We will M.ttt n sale of thwc pcxxls nt prices that
'will he hound to clo.e the lot In n very few days.
Amonn the lot arc
Wash Goods, Bilks, Wool Wnsh Good, Laces anJ
other pieces of vnrlous goods,
Come early and get first choice
& CO., LTD.
The Mclntyre Store
COR. KING ANtf FORT STS.
(Eica uide), Honolulu, T. of II.
p. 0 Bos 984.
and Dialir in,
Opposite Qoekn's HoorrrAi,
! . 7V.