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nunlin, MUMUL.UMJ. IirT., WKDNKflDAV, SKPT."MT 1901.
,VlKtKl(fw i firfff
,iBt r ' aM riiiiiiii
SPECjAlL TSIOTICE 3
On Wcdncndny, by Vcnturu,
MISS KILLLAN will return with
(i beautiful iiHHortment of the
Intent Parisian Millinery nnd
pretty novcltlcH of every deR
crlptlun for LADIliS' Wl'.AR.
E M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD. 3
fc HOTEL HTRIiCT. j3
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
athe rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our vagfcns will call for your work.
Eastern Star Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Pacific Flnt Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All vlsltlnc numbers of the or
der are cordially Invited to attend
meetings of local lodges.
Slopes of Punchbowl
Two hotiM for will1, fltu.itrel no ns
to commune! extensive view. $3,000
Kor Kent on Klnau Mre-et. Se-ven
room eottnuo on wood xlzt-il lot. $35
Vnluable business property on
Smith Htri-i't near Hotel street for calo
or fur lease.
several building lols on Wilder
avenue and Alexander street, l'uuahou,
Immediately on the trolley line.
Castle & Lansdale,
HBAI, BSTATB AND
Itooms 500 and SOT, Sungenwald Uldg.
TELEPHONE MAIN 70.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:i'J
In Harmony Hall, King street.
C. CHAIU.OCK. N. O.
K. II. HKNDIIY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock In Harmony Hall, King street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited o
H. J. GALUAOHEIl, C. C.
V A. E. MUht'HY, K. It. S.
"HONOLULU CHAPTER, NO. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third ihursday ovenlng
at Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially Invited .
A. F. (JII.FILI..AN, K. C.
J. D. TUCKEIl. 8ecrctnry.
HONOLULU COMMANDERY, NO. 1,
Meets In Masonic Temple on tho sec
ond Thursday evening or each month.
All visiting Sir Knights courteously
A. F. 01LF1LL.VN, E. C.
J. U. TUChrilt, Recorder.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. .Mem
bers of Mjstlc Lodge, No. 2, nnd visit
lng brothers cordially Invited.
a. ehicbon, c. o.
K. of ILund 8.
NUUANU CHAPTER R08E CROIX,
NO. 1, A. 4 A. S. R.
Meets tho first Thursday In each
month at Masonic Temple. Sojourn
nt, and visiting r ithcrs cordlaM In
vited to attend all meetings. .
M.W. M., AIJJBIIT VAN CI.IEK GEAR
ALLAN n. SCIUMCIKOUH, Secrotniy.
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. A A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on last Monday of
each month In Its hall, Masonle Tem
ple. L. do L. WAltD, W. M.
E. H. FlUEL, Secretary
' HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. & A. M.
Stated meetings first Monday each
month. Special meetings, when called
(will bo noted In this spaco).
Members U)dgo Lo Progres, Pacific
Lodge and all sojourning brethren cor
WM. il. WUIOHT, W. M.
K. II. O W...I.ACI:. Secretary.
with the latest Improved
Pnrla action and spec
ially constructed to with
stand the deteriorating
Influences of this climate.
Made of selected curly
most artistically carved
and finished In LOUIS
XIV STYLE. I t
S.iWiliers to tho 1HJLLKT1X
not receiving their papers promptly
will confer 11 favor by notifying tho
iltusincfti Ollice; Telephone 250.
King St., near Bethel
Best Insurance in the World.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monumental Co,, Ltd.
A. Kcrnnndcs has gone to Kauai.
Cottage -to lease for two jears. See
To Let on page 8.
Mrs. 13. K. 1'ratt has furnished house
to lease. See Classified ads.
Mr. and Mrs K II. McClanahan will
be bad. from Kauai on Sunday.
11. V. Dillingham did nut leave by
the Sierra He will go In the el'rit.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., 1.6C per week up.
New goods every weefc at Ilaffncr
the Jeweler's new stand, 184 Hotel
Dr. J. Atcherley CJin bo found at 343
King street, next door to Opera House,
Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by the tlullrtln Publish
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
llullettn gives a complete summary of
tho news el the day.
Instructions in garment cutting ran
be obtained of Mrs. A. M. Mollis. Sc
ad under New Tod iy.
There Is no bad vclilsKy, but some
kinds are better than others. The Pan
theon O. P. 8. Is the best,
Choice Claret bu icSts, Port, Midelrn,
Zlnfnuilel, 75 tents a gallon at Hoff
schlaeger Co.'s, King ncur llethel.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. H. Woe went back
to their hume In l.lhue, Knunl, by ll.
W O. Hall yosterdav nfternoon.
All bills due V. W. Wright will be
collected b) S. Decker or Wm. Fernan
dez. See notice under New Today.
Dr. V. II. Jones of the Hotel stabtrs
has met with tonsldernble success m
trentlrs the skin disease called rjiiii
F. J. Cotton wns one of the pas
sengers by the V. a. Hall to Kauai
vestcrday afternoon. He has gone up
to attend to the work that the Cotton
brothers are. doing nt Hanumaulu.
Among the passengerx for Maid
ports In the Claudlne )csterday after
noon were the following: Mrs. J. K.
Conrndt. F. M. Orlmwood. Uev. Ma
kcknu. F. F. llaldwtn and Hon. J. II
Don't forget Camarlnns of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when u want
fruit and vegetables. He alnajs has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Those wishing nllable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
tho Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
Julia Kalelnanl (w), Mcll Haul (w)
and W11I111 Hull (n), have brougnc suit
111 the Clicnlt Couit against C. Ln
Young to (julet title to some land nt
Knllua, Koolaupoko, this island, which
the plnlutllTs ilalm In fee simple.
liana, n HawnllL'i woman who us."
vile Inngunge when she gits a lltll-f
too much lliiuor in her, was flii"d
$15 and tests In the Police Court Tues
day on the charge which is usual
ly registered against her. The Judge
told her that she would go to Jail the
The ride rangu at Kakaako Is tu bu
11 opened for the use ol the N. O. H. A
(ommlttiri of officers consisting of
Captains Wilcox and Johnson and
Lieut. Riley, has been appointed to In
vestigate mntters at the range and to
riport at a special mt ting to take
Seven Chinamen wre caught pla)
Ing a game of draw poker In the frume
building nt the corner of King and
llethel streets Tuesday afternoon by
Deputy Sheriff Chilling orth and two
other officers. Each was fined $10 and
costs in the Police Court.
The Japanese theater management
has decided to pay for police officers at
the rate of $3.50 per night to watch out
for the Interest of Its patrons nnd the
compan) that has been engaged Is now
pln lng nightly. List night. Sheriff
Iliciwn personally visited the place to
bee that all was right.
Prince Cupid Kalanlanaole, who re
turned In the Sierra last night, bus
brought somu morn animals with
him. They nie being held at tha
Oceanic- wharf. There Is n wallab), it
fine parrot, that can come pretty near
tarrying on a conversation, and 3
rage of pigeons. Then- will probably
ho no trouble about I mi pigeons.
Captain J. C. Cluney was run Into
by n Japanese hnck driver nt the cor
ner of King and llethel streets ester
day afternoon. He was picked up
bleeding nnd In a fainting condition
und removed to his home In Kallbl. It
is thought that he has suslnlned Intel -nal
Injuiies. The driver who careless
uebs caused tho accident, wus arrested,
Iwasakl, n Japanese, was fined $10
and costs and senten"iid to ten days'
Impitsonmeiit nt hard labor by Judg"
Wilcox Tuesday on the charge of
cruelty to animals. He wne arrested
by Officer Hnrt In the morning. The
horso which ho was driving lad n sore
on one of his forelegs that'was run
ning with blood. If the man had not
bee-n so poor he would hive been
more henvll) tlned, He certainly do
An uppeul fiom the Supreme Omit
of the Territory to tne Supreme Court
of the United States In the matter of
the Income tax, has been definitely de-
ciueu on. intnur w. o, Hmith or
Abraham Lewis, Jr., will go to Wash
lantern early In October to present tho
appeal. An attempt will be made to
have the ease put on the October
calendar, In the meantime, Tax As
sessor Shnw will continue collecting
the taxes muter the Income tax law.
Iluffalo, Sept. 10. The result of the
morning conference wus made known
nbout 9 o'clock, ns the doctors camo
from the house, although it wns soma
time after that that the bulletin ap
peared. The faces of the electors clear
ly indicated their satisfaction at the
condition of affairs. As Dr. Itoswell
Park rame to bis carriage be paused
long enough tn give n genernl survey
of the conditions prevailing.
"The condition of the President this
morning is entirely satisfactory. Ho
spent the most comfoi tabic night he
has had since tho shooting. He slept
well, and when he wns nnuke he was
cheery, nnd even chatty."
"Do you regard the President as en
tirely out of danger?" Dr. Park was
"1 do not want to go t-iat far. What
I can be said Is that unless there are 1111
I expected complications wo expect him
ot recover." ,
"Have )ou considered the prospeel
of his removal?"
"Noj It Is too earlj for Hint, but
when he Is moved he probably will gu
Dr. Herman .M liter was the next of
the consulting phslclans to come
from the house. He wns followed by
Dr. Eugene Wasdln nnd the) walked
down the street together. To the quer
ies of the newspaper men Dr. Mnter
said: "The Piesldent is doing splen
clldly and he Is out of the woods, it 1
mny e-xpress It thnt wny."
"Yes," chimed In Dr. Wasdln, "and
he has plenty of da) light behind htm."
Dr. Mnter said further: "I have
never been reallj; optimistic, because
I do not like to prejudge serious cases,
' lint nnu- I rnti nnv tn nil that everv
thing In the President's condition wnr
lunts the statement that he Is on the
road to quick recovery.
Dr. Wasdln said: "I havo believed
throughout that the President had n
fair chance of recover). Now Ide
sire to say that the chances against
that recover) are very slight. Ills tcm
peruturc Is splendid and his pulse Is
Dr. Mcllurney was In high spirits ns
he walked away from the residence
shortly after the ulher pb)slclans line!
gone. His face waa wreathed In
is me I'n hide at out of danger?" he
"We believe he is practically out of
danger," he replied, measuring his
words. Then he paused. "Of course, '
he added, "there nre still possibilities
In the case- nnd we will know better
uncn a week has gone by. Hut his
Impiuvement is so marked, his s)mp
tonis nre so good that we feel safe
in assuring the public that he will re
cover, lllood poisoning might still
develop. Wei could not give a glial -antee
nun, but the chances are remote.
As for prltonltls, I consider that the
danger from Inllnmniutlon of the peri
toneum has passed."
"Might not nu abscess form about
"Yes, of course; the bullet may not
be clean, but If It does, wu ran easily
locate and remove It."
"If the President continues to Ira
prove nnd his convalescence Is not
checked, how soon will the secondary
operation for the extraction of tHo bul
let be performed?"
"Never," replied the surgeon. "That
piece of lead encysted In the muscles
of his back will cause no harm. Of
course. If It gives him trouble an oper-j
.. .... - ... '
anon win ues perinrnieei.
"Hut )ou will use tho X-ray to lo
He shook his head. "Why should
we?" ho usked. "To satisfy our curi
osity? That would bo Its only purpose."
Dr. Mcllurne)'s supiemc confidence
In the outcome could not be overstated.
Ills manner and bearing all testified to
the conviction he felt.
The Very Bent Milk
fop KnlitcH. lilt
for ildhtcH. lilt
In a word, the "Baby Bland" ConJen
sed Milk Is "Best for Babies" because :
It Is a psrfect food, making clilldred stout
It Is put tip In sterilized glass jars, her
It Is also the most economical Infants'
food In the world.
Its purity and richness is unexcelled.
Co., - Ltd.
TEL -ill MAIN.
lit KING STREET
Iluffalo, Sept. 9. Tho President was
very cheerful today and expressed
confidence In his recovery. It Is with
some dllncully thnt he e-an be re
strained from tulking. and Colonel M.
T. Heirlck of Cleveland Is quoted as
authority for tho statement that ho
hns spoken at intervals of severe!
things he proposed to do In the future.
This nfternoon ho nsked to be allow
ed to change his position and when
permission was give-n, before tho at
tendants could aid him, he changed to
a position without pain, tie was giv
en nourishment todny In tho form of
eggs beaten In milk. Tho watev.
which has been given heretofore cold,
eli.i not nppear to agree with him. und
slnco Inst night very hot water has
been taken Into the stomach througii
the mouth with splendid results.
Hint Hacking Cough U n source ot
auni))nncn to )ourself and others, ns
well as ot ellsticss. Hy taking a tea
spoonful of PAIN-KILLKK In hnlt c
glass of warm water or milk every hum
or two, you will be surprlse-d to find
how quickly the eoiigh will disappear.
Insist, upon getting the genuine. Sold
In two sizes. Price ::ric and 50e. Avoid
tulistitiites, there Is but one Paln-KIII-er.
Tho winter meetings of tho ll.
search Club will soon bo Inaugurated.
Soeretnry II. A. lllgelow hns sent lo
the memheus the following request lor
1. What genernl lines of study oj
discission nnd methods of work
would )ou suggi'st lor the club diirlug
tho bc'UHon before us?
2. What subjects or lines or tudy
would Mm be most Interested to re
the club Miter upon?
.1. Whnt subjects and available
spenkers would you caro most tu
The circular concludes as follows
"It ha been proposed thnt tho sub
ject for discussion nt any partleiitir
meeting should be treuieel by a group
of ll ci or six nii-nibers, each speakim;
not over fifteen minutes. Would jou
lei willing to bu 0110 of the group I J
thus talk upon some subleet In which
on were Intereuteel? Please answer
tho nbeiie questions as fully as pew
sllilo nnd return the same to tho see--letary
within one week."
,yW. ma m 11 . " I
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and llulldcr of High-Oracle
YACHTS. I10ATS AND LAUNCHES!
WorkB, C92 King fit.
P 0. Do! 633. Telenhone.I.uiv 8121
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Uixatlvo Hromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
lulls to cure. L. W. Drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 1 cuts.
I'rlnco David Kalanlanaole and his
wife returned from the Colonies In
tin- Sierra last night. The Prlnc-e suyi
that hu has had a flue time.
A Few Beautiful Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
Waikiki and the Ocean.
With good access : : : :
on Bent Terms
Good Biildiig Lots in
near the Brickyard,
of varied sizes. : : : :
on easy Installments.
During my absence from the
Islands my son, l:. Schnick,
will receive and receipt for all
money due me. Office hours
from 3:30 to 5 p. m. : : : :
J. H. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
o t It I h own
fortune. It you
would he Ktrong nnd vigorous In old iifte be cnrctul
of whnt you drink. We hnve tin nbnolutcly pure
IftluncI product In
UcIIcIouh, hcnltliful tind rcfi-CHlilniV.
everywhere. Ever body wnntH
1178-1184 Union St.
Tel. (n Main
Dealers In Paints, Oils, Vamlshes,
Stains, Putty and Glass, orna
mental and plain ::::::
Wall - Paper I
In all shades anJ at prices to suit.
Window Shales, Curtain Poles
and Fixtures. House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
tVLRYTHINO FOR INTERIOR
DLCORATIONS. : : : Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint
Guaranteed to dry hard and glossy
and will not crack, -peel or chalk.
OUR MIXED PAINTS
are the best on the market. Send
for sample card. : : : : : :
P. O. Box 5:2,
Motor, Carriage and Machine Co.
unci nil kinds of Intricate Machine Work.
We Want Your Work.
SCHOENING & STEWART,
UNION STREET, NIJAR HOTEL.
Phone liluc 7SI. P.O. Box 112.
is tl'.e licst and
111 the market.
Hollister Drug Go.
A natural mineral water and
the purest in the world.
If you are feelini right, drink
Sauerbrunnen and keep right.
If you are not feeling riflit,
drink Sauerbrunnen aud !et right.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
fresh every day.
For Sale nt the 1 t t
FISH MARKET, Stalls 19 and 28
Butcher Shop, Cor. Ber. & Alakea
F. A. Schaefer & Co,
JOHN DEWAR & SONS, Ltd.
Appointed by Royal Warrant
PurveyerH of Hcotch Whlnkey
to HIh MaJcHty, King Edward
HlncHt llxtrn Special Old
Lurftc Consignment Juttt
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
TOO MUCH CARE
cannot be taken In yettlnji uood drinking water.
Water that i free from al germs and impurities
OUR HEALTH depends upon it.
are known .ill over the
world to be the best made
and there Is no element of change whsn you are using it. We are
always pleased to talk to you of its merits atouroliiceat 315 Fort St.
A- R. HANCOCK &Co
Hole AjJentH for Hawaiian UlundH.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
jelecf'.jn to those known to the firm, or ,u3 wll furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market & Post fits.. 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices fumlhed upon receipt of request. We have
YorK City, and ara
th largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of
preparea to lumisn special designs,
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