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FOR SALE 'EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Bantered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
.2r., $2 50. 3, WW
Just Half the Itegular Prices.
These hats are all stylish; (ho
trimmings are the latest no el
ite's In chiffons, laces, foliage, rib
Wo are overstocked that's the
reason for the. big cut.
Hurry along; they won't last
ENQLI8H RUGS arc still on
salo at last week's prices.
FIGURED , COTTON DRE83.
GOODS reduced from 151 ami 20)
per yaril to
15 YARDS FOR $1. , -
COTTON 'lORCHON LACES
and insertions to match, nil
w tilth, of jm-iI or 12 yards for 5oc.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
EX. 6HIP HENRY VILLARO
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAl. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.J
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
It llutel Street, nenp Nuunnu.
BIRTHDAY OF HER MAJESTY ' 6REET NEW PASTOR
FITTINGLY CELEBRATED OF WAILUKU CHURCH
Thousands Congratulate Liliuokalani
on Her Arrival at 63d Mile
Stone Breakfast, Luau
oImo HOTI3L. ST..
Splendid Exhibition and Appropriate
Cennnmes Attending In
stallation Luau at
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOON ULOCK, MERCI1AAT hTREET.
S3 . 0. Bess 880 alalia. SE1B
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
New LI rip of European Goods.
(icntlcincn'H, Lnilleti' und Chtldrcn'H HiitH,
CltlncHC GrdHH Linen, nil colors,
Oi'ctiH floodH. Pongee 8IIIh.
The doors of Queen I.llltinkalanl'H
home. Washington Place, on Dercta
nla street, were thrown wide to hun
dred of gntsts ) est onlay forenoon
and afternoon, the occasion being tho
sixty-third anniversary of Her Maj
esty's birth. In tho morning tlicro
was a reception and breakfast to sev
eral hundred lnitcd guests, at tho
noon .our there u a reception to
the general public and In the after
noon, there was a luau to another
large crowd. The attendance was de
cidedly cosmopolitan, there belli?
present the prominent people of
many nationalities In tho city.
Previous to the beginning or tho
day's festivities, tliu band, stationed
In the front yard, placd the follow
ing program as a compliment to tier
Overture, "La ilanau" lit fj -r
Intermezzo, "Cnvallerla Hustle Jr.
Ilallad. "Tho Holy City'
(e) "Aloha no Wan.' '
(d) "Maul Kcala.'
Waltz. "Love Dreams" .
"Star Spangled Ilanner."
At about tho same time Captain Nl
bora HI pa, with his native company
of the N. 0. II.. marched to the
Queen's home, drew up In line In
front and gave the rojnl salute.
The breakfast was announced fur
9:30 o'clock hut It was not until near
ly an hour afterwards that tho
Queen nnd her guests sat down m
the splendid!) appointed tent mar
the entrance to the place. This do
la) was unavoidable und was due 10
tho large number of guests who had
Krom 9 until about 10:15 o'clock:
there was a steady stream of pe.i
pic. The guests were met at tho
gate by .James K. Kaulla and passcu
on to the main entrance of the old
building In which the Queui makes
her home. Standing there like two
sentinels were two young men In
ahuulas and holding Kahilis, a cus
tom handed down from, the old das
when royalty held sway In the Isl
ands. Krom this point tho gucslH
passed Into the reception room (it
the rear of which stood the Queen
In a handsome holoku of red and
white material. They wero first met
by E. K. I.llikalanl, then Governor
ClefShorn and then enmo their presen
tation to Her Majest), Standing next
tb the Queen and assisting In the re
ceptlon was Princo David Kavvannna
After halng met tho Queen, tho
guests passed out across the main
hall to the room opposite, where thoy
signed their namis In n book that
lay waiting for them there.
When the breakfast was announced
the Queen passed out of the reception
room, escorted by her nephew, Prlncs
David Kanauanakoa Following weld
the guests who were espcclall) Invit
ed to sit at the Queen's table.
The tent was a very large one und
had been fitted up. In tegular Ha
wnllan st)le for tho breakfast. Theie
vveie seven tables In all. Tho hi ad
table at which the Queen snt was nt
the mauka end, while the remaining
six were tct at right angles to It,
Hack of the head tnbln was tho rojal
Mnndnrd and over tho entrance to tho
tent nnd In other prominent positions
were Hawaiian flags.
When the guests had been assign
ed to their places Senator KnluuoUn
lanl offered pra)er and then the vast
assemblage sat down to a repast the
like of which had not been seen in
Honolulu since the uti)s of the mon
The Queen made a charmlug ho
less and saw to It that uvei)onu was
well hejped. At her right sat 1'ilm
David Kawananr-koa, at her eft Judge
Little of III lo. nnd opposite!)! legato
and '"Mrs JVIIco-: and Senator and
At 11 o'clock tho Queen retired for
a little test and at 12 noon she uv
ceived tho general public. Several so
delles called In bodies. It Is thought
that uicro must havo been In tho
nelgldiorhood of a thousand peoplu
nt tho recertlcm.
I At n little alter 2 o'clock came tho
mull I Ulf iiiewi tiaa t.-ty.M.v-,i ...
the tent by Judge M. M. Hstce and
Mrs. .steo accompanied I'rlnce Da
vld Kawananakoa, Tho Queen sat
between Judgo Kstoe and lllshop
Willis The feast went merrily on uu
til quite a late hour, when the
Queen retired and tho festivities in
t.ie ilny were at an end.
AT TIIIJ ,....
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merehiint unci Nuunnu 8tn.,
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his ronf when It
rained and would not In tnlr wenthir
bttnuKe It old not need It.
DON'T bo uncomfortable during the
warm wenther when we can furnish
you with cither desk or celling fans nt
QOOD IN THE HOME
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
The) will create a dillghtfully cool
bleeze und Keep awn) mosquitoes
Itegular $20 00 desk fans for ..$16 00
Itegular $56 00 celling tans for 40 00
KINO ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
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Wnlliikii, Aug. 31. The union Sun
day school exhibition held In the Knn
humanu church last Rummy, Aug. 25,
was one of the most Interesting exer
cises of the kind ever given In Walluku
for many years. The big church was
crowded to its titmest rapacity. Kxtral
chairs were put along the aisle. There
were nearly two hundred Sunuay.
school children present, und together
with the visitors, the total number of I
pcoplo present In church must have,
VTJ:vSS. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Knwahlnc nnd J. Knil.io. The Sunday. .. -
nlmita tihlfll llinlf fnrt Ulff! Wnl- '
kapu, Camp ! (Fpreike!svllle), Chi
nese und Jnpanrs" Su.iday schools
Walehu, Wiilhfc nnd Wnlliikii. The
exercises by the various Sunday
schools were ecelleut, especially tno
singing. The exercises y tho Wnlenu
and Walluku Sunday sc oo.s were
partly conducted In English.
Those who have witnessed similar
exercises at the Knwalnhao Mid Knit
makapill churches, Honolulu, consider
ed the exercises at Kaahumanu church
Inst Sunday to have been almost of the
same degree of excellence. At tho con
clusion of tho exhibition, Hon. J, W.
Knliia nnd fudge (1. II. Itohertsnn made
a few remarks rnmmt ndlng the exer
cises of the da), "
As mutt of the Sunday school ihll
dren with their parents came from
afar, a luau was prepared by the Sun
day school superintendent and all those
present In ihurrh were Invited to par
At 3 o'clock the Installation exercises
took plme In Kanhiimanii church
where Itev J. Nun was made pastor for
n period of two )enrs. The natlvo pas
tors who took pnrt In this solemn cere
mony were Ilevs. J. Knllno of Pnla,
i:. M. Ilanunn of liana, and O. Nuvva
hlne of Wnlree. The Inttcr made u
very Impressive address in Hawaiian,
explaining the duties or a pastor to tlia
nw Incumbent of Knahumanu elm tu'
and reviewing his own experiences and
the many obstacles that will be placed
In tho wy of an Incoming pastor, ami
tho method of overcoming suet impediments.
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lUliIf'i nrTj wnrta- i t
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" If jou don't uaut whitltc) la ret the Usi of )ou, )ou muU get
the belt of whlikty."
" 1 do lady, but when a fellow' only got a nickel he ca-i t buy
Cyris NostF. '
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, Int..
Hawaiian Engineering and Contraction Go.
ROOMS 50S, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BulLDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
The Stars and Honolulu Athletics
faced each other on the baseball dla
mond again jestehlay artornoon. but
they did not put up nn) thing ap
proaching tho gnmo which decided tho
chnmulonshln a few weeks gen. In
fact, It was n Blugglng match all h'.,P. O. BOX 834.
nay iiiroiign winiii can 00 renilllv
believed when It is stated that tho ' All classes of nnglneerlng Work solicited: Examinations, Surveys nnd He-
store wns 1, to 12 In favor or tho1 ports made for any class of Waterworks, steam ana Electric construction;
Honululus. I Plans and Specifications and Kstlmatcg Prepared, and Constriction Superln-
In the neighborhood of two th.i.i.l tended. In all branches of -Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rall-
snnd people watched tho game and) roads, Klcc'rlc and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Dulldlngs, lllguva)8, Founda
tho givnter part of tho svmnath I tlons. Piers. Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
seemed to be for the Honolulu Ath
Ictle Club. It wns hard to keep Hi.
crowds hui It, and Indeed them was
not ver) much of nn attempt tn do It.
lor the buKiliall ho)a seemed to Im
perfectly eatisllcd to havo tho people
Join in tho game us much as (hoy
tareil to. They were nil out to havo
a gooil time, nnd no ono seemed to bo
In favor of putting a stumbling block
In tho wii). I'ollowtng wan the score
Athletic f. 2 0 0 1 I 2 1117
Stars . . . 3 l) 0 0 I 11 0 S 3 li
Hits Athletics 21, Stars 15.
Errors Athletic h 4, Stars S.
Stolen bases Athletics 9. Slurs I J.
Struck out fly Kual 8, by llrown 1.
liases oil bulls lly Knat 1, li)
III own i.
Hit b) pitcher lly Knn! .1.
Double plays Mooro to Wilder.
Umpires Chllllngwoith and Keoho-
Properties for Invostmnt purposes.
FUEDEIUCK J. AMWEG. M. AM. Soc. C. E.,
Englueor and Manager.
W. U. CASTLE JR.. Sccretarj' and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
A large variety of cloths made up In the
'latest sty les.-
P. O. BOX Ml.
THE OLDEST CH.. xSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtttirt In Flat Silk tnd Grut Llroi Chtntst and JipiMit Coodi of All KloU
tMit Wmunu ttftl
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
The Woman's Hoard of Missions will
hnjil tho first meeting of Its thirty-first
ear In the lecturo room of Central
I'nlon church this nftcrnoon nt 2-30
o'clock. A paper entitled "Armenh
and Her Oiphans" will bo presented hj
Mrs. A. W. Crockett, A full attend
ance Is requested,
Dr. Pierce's fclcc
trie Body Battery
Awy wllhPruztl Invct
IlKilt. Stn4 for "lUok-
id no. - AUKtt
IHHCB iLI!CTIC CO., '
030 M'-ket At., S. I'.
POLICli DOWNED CAP.TOL".
The Pollen ami Capitol Inhcli.i'l
caiuii nime logi hoi 011 the Oahti
Collt'iju campus Saturday afternoon
ind, vtheu tno duat of the fray In I
Ivaied uway, It wait found that tho
I'ollce wero on ton to the tuno of
IS lo 11. Tho wearers of tho star
clearly outclassed their weaker op
ponents. However, the pin) was
plucky for, at tho end of tho sixth
Inning, tho scoro gtood in till. In tho
last three InnlngB tho police got in
and batted tho hall all over tho field.
Then Uarncy Joy held up his i ml niul
did eouie of tho very best pitching of.
'tis already excellent record, keeping I
down tho Capitols to only one morql
run The store by innings was as'
I'ollce 0 i 2 1 11 3 I 2 2 IS
Capitol 1 II 3 0 3 J 11 1 0 It
Homo 1 uns Jci), s.
Threebnse hits Joy, Knnue.
Twobaso hits Moore, Leslie, Lnre,
Stolen Ii."bcs Lemon, Kullkc.
Moore, Leslie, Joy, I'niker 2, Jack
son. MosBinan, C. Chllllugwortn,
Dcjuhlii plays M0010 to Alila, I .Ch
ile to ChilllnEworth to Duucnn,
Stiuck out Hy Joy, 11; by I ani
liases on balls lly Joy. S; by Lent
Hit by pitched balls lly Lemon, 2
Wild pitches Lemon, 1,
Wild pitches I.meon, 1,
Umpires Marcalllno nnd Wllllamr.
Kc orer Lorrln Andrews.
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamcp
From the Coist that has Cold Storage,
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
ty Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Hnllhut.
The Metropolitan .Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALB AT 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Mtrtet. Nuuanu St., THcph"ne 104.
We are making a specialty of selling the verv
best KONA COITEE. and will asure ytAi of
the belt satisfaction If bought at : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
-t 8?f Or.verles delivers J fre tn ; all nuts of the city.
THeIeEHABII LIFE" IHOTUNOEtfdMPAB:
OF NCW VOUK
Paid to Policy Hrldtrs since 18G0 for Death Clilms, Ji4,37J,oCs
For Alaturrd Policies 707,608.27
Dividends and Surrenders ij.Coq, 154.37
ManjRfr for Hawaiian IsLnJs.
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