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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE J
66La Insular of America"
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
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Great Under Price Sale
of 'Lace Curtains !
Our great dentine sale of LaceCurtalns will be In full wing
with many specially attractive offering on Monday next,
Seftember oth, and continues ONE WBEK ONLY.
Point il 'Bnprlt, IpIhIi Polht, Artibliin,
FIhIi Net, Applique, Nottlnliiim, Etc.
Etc, Luce CuptnlnH, I I t t
Specially inaled away down so that they will first com
minJ your at'entlon, then Jind themselves hung In, viur
homes. Fine Figured SwIh Cui'tnlns with
Ruffle, rciluccil fro in $0.73 to 4,30 pep piilr.
SIXTY TO SEVENTY CHILDREN
GROWING IN IGNORANCE
Distance Too Great for Them to At
tend in Other Districts -Chance
For Some Philanthropic
NARROW ESCAPE ON
Runaway Cane Cars Nearly Crash
Into Passenger Train Jap
anese Thrown Skyward
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu St.,
hImo HOTEL ST., oppottlto Bethel.
Fine Sailor Hats
At Prices that Woo You
There never was a hat that looked more becoming than the
Sullen- Hot. Rivals have come and gone, but the sailor
'bobs up serenely" every season more bewitching than ever.
Ours are the bewitching kind, and the prices are more
bewitching than ever. We might say : : : :
Irresistible Sailors at Irresistible Prices
they're good com-
V.uliiku, Sept. J. -It, Is, reptu tcrt
that there lire belnvi 11 sixty nml seven
ty children of school ngn at Klhel, but
tl'iie la not u seliool established thcro
yit. The parents nrrnmv wondering
wl-nt ullt bcctinic or their ehlldren if
they lire allowed to grow up In Igntu
am u uf a school house.
The majority of the ehlldren nro
l'oito Ithaus, und pcrhups that In unii'.un... ..omitlnc down. The trash cars
of the reasons why no school Is estab-' ttti5 lu charge ot to Jniunrse urake
lished there, for the parents ot the lat- WCu, but when they saw thnt . .e ear
tu' would mueh prefer their children1 would surely (ollhle with the train
to wnik In the field mid earn ten Rood they lost their heads mid forgot lu put
'"'""".i uiiiiiim pit monui, inui u ij.i, brake on. .
WalluTdi. Sept. ".One of the passen
ger trains of the Kuhiilut Hnllroad Co,
lull Med with n train ol ears near
Stieckclsvlllo plantation olllce at about
I o'clock Friday nfteinooon.
The train was from IMln nnd wa
hilng- backed up to the Sprcckelsvlllti
nlnrtutinn oince when a train consist
ing of three enrs filled with cane tf.irli
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS ;o3, 509. 510 STANGKNWALD BUlLDIiNG.
P.O.BOX 834. TKL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for llall
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drldges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Whanres, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, md Report Of
Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG. M. AM. 80c C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Stirt the girls off to school with tl em
pany even though thev are cheap. : : ;: : :
Rough unil Rciuly Striivtn In White, to
(Illicit, Brown nnil Mixed, lit'
3 THINGS MORE
Uoy'H New WIiuIhoi- TleM-Jut the thing th.it will
tickle the boy to death -so to sreak Plaids and stripes are
here In the largest variety of new designs ever shown.
New White P. K'h-AII Mn!, miny of them you've
never een rcfore. Prices run 6 yards for 5t.co, and 35; at d
J5C per yard. : ::::::::
KiiflllHli MimllnH-The colors iie fast and lhegiodare
the very da ntlest Imaginable, ji In .lies wide anJ only
15c rf yarJ : ::::::::
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
uue to the mind of iKnoruut parents
tlMli liny .milium of I'diientlou. '
However, their me koiiic wnlte and
native families there who do not feel
as the Porto Khans. They are not
piocperniis enough, to send their cull
dirn to llonnlulii hoarding wimol yit.
Tl.ey are agltntlng tho estnl1 -nicnt
ot n novel nment school at Klhci.
Chief Engineer t'ottiell saw the dun-
grr and with gmu presence of mind
ho reversed his uiglne nnd within a
faw seconds the trash tnra struck tho
freight ond eoal ear In front of tho
nnstenctr train, with the result that
tl.r trash cam were bulled lu the air
ar.i! landed reverm yards away. Thu
Japanese were thrown up ns tiiougu
The nearest school houses to Klhel tnrnlnc n trlnle somersault n'nd landed
nre Walkapu, Knhulul nnd tfpreckols- nn tho ground a distance away from
vllle. but the distance Is so great tnat the smash-up. The pnssfngor ear was
It Is unsafe to allow ehlldren of -ender tfcn.wn off tho tinck by tnc force til
yi.irs to lie back nnd forth every day. th.i collision.
ucn If It were possible to run n dally' The Japanese esmped with very few
tli.ln from Klhel to Hpreckchitllle bruise's. Tho passengers In i.ie train
seliiiol house for the accommodation of
thiho children. In these days of low
fli.nnces It would be almost Impossible
to expect the government to erect a
Hchiml house nt this district nnd In
sli.ll n lonelier there unltss borne phll
antluople mind would arise to solva
the probh m nml thus relieve the hearts
o.' iiiiloiis mothers yearning for au
eilmatlon for their children.
were L. It. Cionk. Mls Slllle Morrla
and seernl Japantte. None ot tin)
pafeengcrs were hurt nnd nil accorded
their escape to the great presence ol
rulnd cxereUed by Engineer Cottrell
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not rep-ilr his roof when It
rained nnd would not In lair weather
because. It uld nut need It.
DON'T be uneomrortnliU' during tin
warm weather, when we enn furnls'i
you with either desk or celling funs ut
GOOD IN THE HOME" AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will r rente a delightfully cool
Invert and keep away moKiiiltoes.
Itvgiilur $20X0 desk fans for... $16 00
Regular J 56.00 telling Inns for. . 40 0M
king'st.. NEAR ALAKEA.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
PM1 1 Mi
111 PRICED FEED
EX. SHIP HENRY VlLLRD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOK THE WHOLhSAU: TKAIDE.
Also Big Shipment of CAI.. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES &CO., Ltd
Hardware Department. .
A bfiiutiful .tml dainty .is rtnnnt.
W.illuku. Stpt. ". When
sullers the scarcity of foodstuffs and
r.inlns. WnllukiL nnd other Island ills-
till Is will iilxo suffer, although Will
lei.11 may be a little Letter off thau
otnii plates nn 111 count of Its direct
communication with the Coast. How- j
cm 1, 11 great number of inn vvniiuiui
raiithnntb depend on Honolulu ns their!
bci.iie uf supply. Provisions are uot
Miy Kcnrie In Walliiku now, hut grains
for luirties tan not be hnd either here,
piikelxvllle or l.ahnlua. The last
hit was bought ut l.alialna the other
d-y for 10 a Ion. During the week
11 11.II merchants sold bailey ut f 1.75
)x 1 bag. but none inn h bought at that
flpuio now. for tlide are' hono In tho
pilirkit Tho sehoontr S. T Alexan
d" r 111 lived nt Knhulul 011 the .Mil 11
, unr from San Francisco with general
nuiiliandlke Including 7ji0 bags har
Icj mid .inn bags luan for the Walliiku
pliilitutinli. but that dot not nleo
tl'i imn'krt. '1 he nunasciB of llie Ills-
minU. Maul. lao and WiilluVu stahlei
nie now feeding their miliniils on ie-1
Iiiitil main rations. ' Another esscl
ftiuii the Const Is expeiteil within a
wee or two, and grain Is expected on
h 1. During the Intel Im, howeter. mil-
ir.als will have to be fd on glass nnd
(I lie tups.
Director Jnred 0. Smith ol the Fed
crul experiment station says no plant-1
Ing will he done on cither the upper or
lower tiacta until the bediming of the
rplny season. The ground Is being
prepared In the meuutlme. While tho
etuninx have been extrncted 111 till)
I Tnntiilus forest clearing, tienchlng will
hae to ho douc for gettlui; out the'
Honolulu, iura 100fa.
I The director expects seeds nnd seed'
lings for tree planting In two moniiu
fioni now.- These, will first bet set out
In nursery beds, so that there will 00
ample time for completing the pap
ulation of tho ground.
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer I
From the Coast that lus Coll Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and lork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central .Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
At yesterday morning's M-rtltc of
the Central Union church the following
were received Into membership: Ar
thur C. Alexander, Cnllego street; Mr
Alexander, College street; Dr. Mary V,
Hnny, 201 I.unallln street; Warner
Cnher. 1087 Derctnnla uvcnuo; Mln
Edna Frames Huffman. Hotel stieet;
near I'oit; Mrs. W. V. Johnstone, 1JSI
PeLsacola street; ni. Dana I.lnn, tor
ner Kaplolanl mid Klunu streets; Mrs.
111:. I !TU'riiiirii fllvpna 1!1Q7 Vnnni
st'tet; Miss Mary l.ea Ilurdlek. Klunu
shut, near Al.1p.1l; J. W. (livens, 19:17
Young, street; Miss Maud I JiihirHtour,
IFI'4 Pens.ieoln street, unit Mis. M I,
Smith, JO I l.uualllo street.
THE GERM&M LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
Paid to Pulley1 Holders since 1S60 for Ueath Claims, 5J4.J7J,4(V).6j
For .Matured Policies 7,507,608.1:
Dividends and Surrenders ijw, 134.37
Manigrr for Haw.1II.111 hl.nJi.
We would liKe to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : ': :
k U SSKOMOTO,
H lintel Ktivct, nciie Nmiiimi.
If you hno Sore Tlnoat I'aln-Ivlller
will cure It. If you have n coimh or
cold, l'ulu-Klller will end It. If yrr.i
haye cramps or dhitrhocn. Paln-Klller
will rellexe It. If you cut. burn or
brulhc yourself, Paln-Klller will stop
the pain. In short, n bottle of Paln
Klller on your shelf will save you pain
time nnd money. Avoid substitutes
thero Is hut opo Paln-Klller, Pcviy Da-
I vis'. Pi lie "r,c and iiOc.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE 00, LTD.
.1. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK 8200,000.00.
. Thu only Insurance company In tin win Id Issuing policies) lu both tin.
KNOLISH and CIIINKHK linctingiM.
PolUles contnin all modern mlraiil.iKft of thu rndownient mid other
forms Issued by tho lending Aineilea'i tompnniiH.
nnvei noil by tho safest Intiiraiifj systems. The ploiu-er Chlnese-Ainerl-
TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stangeti wald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MACOON BLOCK, MKHGIUAT -.riiKKT.
Ic3 . Q. Boas 886 :ha,i:ra. Rift
GOO KIM, U16 Nuuanu St.
" Nov Line of Etiropenn (iiioils.
(cntleiiien'H, LiiiIIch' nnil Chllilrcn'H llntH,
ChtncHc OniHH Linen, nil ckIoi-h.
DrchH (iootlh, Ponijoc 81II.H.
MBRCHAN TAILOW, A lirge variety of clntht made up In the
loncKpiiudcnt wrillni; fiom Iliui'i
U.i.t b) the Klniiu to n friend In Hono
lulu Iiiih the following startling state-1
im nt to make tejiniiliug the tin that
la now r.igjug .In tlw lLunaWiia lis
'The (lies me liuinlug vei tlenely
ut the moment I am writing (Se:item
li.tr li). They have exttndeil into Ibit
I'm l.cr lunch mid It Is llktl) that a
M'uil many tlioiit.iniH of ttcies will b"
tit t in) f.l unless Home measmis uie
.tukrn to klop thCni. Honokaii iiincli
I h.i i Intt about 'JO.UJO uciih ami the lire
li.i" been liuriilng mound Hie planl.i-
' l!iii sliue July II.
P. O. Box wj. Til. it
THE OLDEST CHi. v4E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dt!n la Flo Silks ind Gnu Llncni. Chlnm n4 Jpn Goodi of All Kladt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
RAIN FAVORS MAUI
Walliiku, Sept. ". Theie has been
no i .ill) lu either MiiK.r.wio, Kula or
WilliiKu dlsttltts for live or sl
luniiths past, and the tarn and rice
p.iiiileis and plantation manageis wei
vciiyliig hut the londlllon ot their
Ci"h. 'Ihu Inst heavy rain was during
t;u montii of April.
Last Wednesday, however, a nuv h
wilt iinied lain fell throughout these
tlSlllcts, but not Iii'kiiIIIi lent iitiuntl
tics to .drench the pncheil eath, At
til ) r.ite there has been n piirteptihlu
il .ii "if tho l.m stream. A gieater
ahiii'ilitmn of rain fell in tho Kula dU
tl It I. which Is a hoiircu of grutlllcitltm
to the corn and potato planters,
Wliut the phinteis drend Is a soveio
ke.ua slorni wllii ..s arionip.iiiying
hei,y r.ilus, for Hint would mean not
oi I) d.miago to roads but also several
tliciimml iliillars of damage in litmus,
tti, to pliuuiii inns, I
i; rW' MiiM
mw VV WJftSH -
R.eapin the grain
from which (hi world rer.ov.ncd Cyrus
Noble v.liskey is dilillcJ.
Nothing but the fmel gradsof corn or
No expense is spared in its distillation.
That is why ij h.n been the Udder all over
the world lor. over seventy v cars.
It is si:', years in wood bctor: botlliiuj.
It is pure and honest.
A QiiX aid'to. digestion.
An ideal appetizer.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD., Sole Agents
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