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EVENING BTTLtETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1901.
ART DE LA MODE
Out of business? Not liy n Jug full. We hne lioiight out
the Pacific Cycle Co., next iloor to Killers', and have Just re
ccled 150 Columbia, Cleveland and Rambler HIcycleH, besides
a full lino of shelf liarjwnii'. Tilings look like a large-sized
beehive down hero, nnd wo want you In come around to see nB.
E. O. HALL & SON,
ALAKEA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene conuinin" coffee trees In full benring, b.tnanas
and pineapples, all inslJe. Eve-ybody Invited.
We are making a specialty of s:ll!iig the verv
bet KONA COFFEE, anJ will assume you of
the best satisfaction If bought ,it : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
rfiyGrvcrles delivereJ frre to all parts of the cltv.
SIXTH CELEBRATION OF
to lie held
Saturday, Sept. 21, '01
COMMENCING, AT iltllO A. M.
1. Sk-onrcd sliding ent barge, frej
i.r all. I'rlze, $30; trophy.
2U Six oared gig race; stntinnnry
lent. Prlie. $30.
3. Slx-oared sliding sent barge,
ficshmnn race. I'rlze, $25: trophy.
I. First class jncht race. Firit
Jiiro ?5u. trophy; second. $30, trophy
S. Second clans jneht nice, First
Jirlze. $J3. trojihy; second, $20, trophj.
fi. Third class aeht race. 1'iibt
irlze. $3u trophy; second. $20 tioph),
vlilril. $13 trophy.
T. Fourth class yacht race. First
price, $25 trophy; second, $20 trophy
X. Tin? of war between Japanemi
Cshlug boats. 1'iize, $20.
9. Slimming race; wo jarda
straightaway. I'rlze. $15.
10. Diving contest Tor time. I'rlze,
IKTKttMISSION FOR LUNCH.
I'll. iTbur-oared Bhell race. 1'ilze, $2"i
12. Wlialebout lace. I'lrst prize, $30;
13. Slx-paddlc ennoe race, Firs',
prize, $20; second, $15.
It. Intermediate kK oared bargo
ince, sliding sent. I'rlze, $25 tiophy.
15. Steamer boat race. First, $30;
Hi. SallliiR canoo race. First prlzo,
120: second, $10.
17. Half-mile, more or less, swim
DilriR coutcst. 1'iize, $lii.
IS. Four-onied merchant ship'
Mints. First pilzu. $20; second, $10.
1!). Two-oared shoie boat. First
I'llzo, $15; second, $10.
20. Tiuiouicd sliding seat race In
boats fiom Germany. 1'ilze $2u tro
phy. Above program subject to chant;').
Hates open to all. No entry fens.
Swimming and diving races open un
III start of races.
All rowing races are to be governed
liy the raring rules of the Hawaiian
Kueh entry shall Include the name of
the boat, or If It huo none the nnnu
r the person who enters It In the laco,
Kntrlcs close with .1, W. Smithies ut
I'aclflc Haidwaie Co. at 5 p. m. Wed
nesday. September 18, 11)01,
For further Information apply to the
, Regatta Committee or the secretary,
J. W. Smithies. 1942-tf
Scaled tenders will bo received by
the lloaid of Fire Commissioners. Ho
nolulu Flro Department, at their of
lice, Central Station, until 12 o'clock
noon October 8th, 11)01. for supplying
die' Depaitnieut with a team of two
liorsc-s; theso horses to bo sound and
active, weigh about 1500 lbs. each,
stand 17 hands high, uko between 7
and 8 years old, and must pass tnspor.
Hon by tho Government Veteilnary
fin won and meet the appro, al of tho
Chief Engineer after two weelcs' trial;
delivery to be maclo within GO days aft
er notification of acceptance of tender,
Tho Commissioners reservo the
right to reject any or all bids,
K. It. O. WALLACE.
Secretary Hoard of Commissioners,
Honolulu hire Department.
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HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E. 0. Hall & Son! Why, I
thought yon were burnt out of
Jas. F. Morgan
it 00 Queen Btrc.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator with the will
annexed of the estate of Paul Fried-
rich August Killers, deceased, late of
Honolulu. Territory .of Hawaii, notlco
Is hereby given to all perBOiiB having
claims against snld estato to present
their claims, dub authenticated and
with proper vouchers, If any exist,
even If tho claim Is secured by mort
gage upon real estate, at tho office of
tho undersigned at II. Hackfeld &
Co.. Ltd.. Queen Btreet, Honolulu,
within six Hi) months from tho date
hereof, or they will be forever Imried.
1910 Sept. 19. 20; Oct. 4.11.
Prof. J. 11. Ammo, violinist and
teacher, who haB been Buffering from
a bovero nttack of typhoid fever at (he
Queen's Hospital, Is convalescing nnd
will meet Intending pupils ut the homo
of Mr. Win. Frnzee. Vlneynid
street, near hospital. Telephone Blue
Weather Burcnivl'uiiahou, Septem
19. Temperature Morning mini,
mum, 73; Midday mnxIr.Uim, 85,
llnrometer nt 9 n. in. 30.00. Rising.
Dew l'olnt C9F.
Humidity nt 9 n. nv! 70 per cent.
Dlamor.d Head Signal Station, Sep
tember (si. Weather hazy; wind fresfc
Thursday, Sept. 19.
I'. M. S. S. China, Seabury, from San
Stmr. Walalenle, l'lltz, from Kauai.
Wednesday, Sept. IS.
Str. I.rliua, Nnpala, for Molnkal and
Str. Hawaii, llcrg, for Hawaii ports.
Str. Hnnalel. IVcleraen. for Knual.
ThurBday, Sept. 19
Str. Ventura, Ilnywaid, for the Colo
Am. bk. Abbey Palmer, Johnston,
for the Sound.
For Molokal imrts, per str. I.chnn,
Sept. IS Mrs. D. McCorrlston, M. G.
Dlggs. Miss 1-:. Smith, Mrs. John ltlch-
For llnwall, per str, Hawaii, Sept. 18
Alex. Itowsott, wife and children;,
for Hawaii thirty I'orto Hlcans. i
PASSKNOKUS AIlItlVKD. I
From San Francisco, per I. M, S, S.
China, Sept. 19 A. F. Ilaughman, .1.
II. Hall. .1. .1. Kcegan. II. J. Itosen-,
cnitilz. Miss K. 1.. IC. Mi ere, ttcv. Chas
Nelson, wife nnd child, Mrs. C. U.
lln..Au M,. If II lt.tr.r mnl .nn U '
,..' .ir. i, Ic,,r, mIbs H 1.
.ewers, Mrs. H Lewers, Miss I . u
I.cwers, Miss M. O.Nelll. Ivdwln l'arls.i
Mrs. M. I'arltcr, T. A. l'ettus. Mrs. T.t
A. 1'fttus MIsb M. I'eterson Mrs. C. I.J
Seybolt. Mrs. C. D Wurren, Master C.F y0U HAVE a ,, for rcnt or
11'i.bt.Hh lllsd U tl'ititnn tllau I) U'lis m
"'"" " "mi. i". -
rcn. -Mlrs H, Warren. C. O. White. C.l
S. Weight. For Yoko.iamn Dr. U.
Aoyagl, Hev. II. G.-Appenzeller, Itev. ,
W. D. Cunningham, Mrs. W. D. Cun-
nlnghum, MIbs Myrtle IClllott, J. J
Fox, Y. Isobc. Miss i:. Ktihn. Miss It.
L. Ktihn. A. 11. Maclay, T OfuJI. I'rinco
C. ilc Scnwarzenlwrg, T. Takebe, Tong
Bong. Mrs. C. W. Van Pcetcn, For
Knlie M (tnll.ioher. Mnrahnll Smith.
Dr.T. CThornlcioft. For Nagasaki-,
Mil. m i i i u. ...k.i tn ,'
Miss M, Knowles. l-or Snanghnl Mlts
O. Alexander, Miss I, Andersoa, Miss
C. Anderson. J. P. Wand, Mrt. J. P,
Bland, Miss M. II. Ilomar. Dr. II. I
Canrlght. Mrs.'ll L. Canrlghi and 4 W7JZ fl0 Uw!'r
children. Miss Nellie Dougherty, Mis. .tiiqiilreBt thlsjiflUo. J913 tf
H. Hlgle, Ilev. M. Kkvnll. Mrs. M. Ek- WANTED Furnished room; nlso Ma
vail. Mr. Frlessley, Mrs. Frclssley, Mrs. ' ,)lln. nccommodatlons on same
.1. Gnlther, N. Gist ..ce. Miss II. Hyde.1 "' for hone- v- ' " ,,c"j
Dr. K. II. Hart. Mrs. E. II. Hart. 3 ' - "ffltl ,J,3'UV
children and 1 Infant. Itcv. T. A. Hearn' WANTED-Pupll. to learn typewrit
Mm t ii... .. i o .... i n.. i '"Si position found when competent;
Mrs T. A. Hearn an. 2 children. Rev. f)t t Uoom s M ' , , ,
T. I). Holmes, Miss W. II. Kel.y, Mlsa l'M2-lv
J. Nicholson. MIsb M. Pnrmenter, Miss ,..,-. .. ,' ". ; ,
Mo-.. i ..,-., i-. i m i i. i WANTED $1,000 to enlnrgo an fit
Marv eters, Mrs .1 M. ltngsilale. Miss , , )1ISne8s; quick r-
K. M. Uagsdale, D. M. Smith, Miss C. K. ,,,,,. ' risk. Address C. A., this
oui;er. ur, j. i. oieens, uev. , Ji.
Vennble. Mrs. W. II. eniili
.mis. i. .i.j
C. White. F. l. White
White. II .1 Wilson. For Itiiiiskniiir I
Ilev. W. Ashmoie. Jr., 0. T. Chaffee. '
m- n n. r.i,f . i . f. . m .
'Ir8, " l-.Fhn1lf- Mns,e' lK'.'1 C.haNl
fee, MIsb Alice Chaffee, :tilss Charlotte
Chaffee, Ilev. G. K. Flnlay. Dr. J. Maud
George, Miss Charlotte Gibson, Mrs.
M.-Com. Holmes nnd daughter, W. B.
Jones, C. J. Ulegel, W. II. Lane. Hor
ace North, Mrs. Horace Noith, W. V.
Pack. Ilev. A. I. llobli. -Mrs. A. I. llohu
nnd 3 children. Miss J. Torrencc, Dr. ', WANTED A position as bookkeeper
Sarah Vrooman. J. H. White. Mrs. J.i ' '" . j ."' fl" ,fT".nr? e,x'r
H. White. Fiom Honolulu-J. I J -31 ' Tss2 -w
Batrhelder. .Mrs. J. I.. Batchelder, H. P. ' ----' - iJ-
Colfelt. Dr. E. Crook and wife. Frank W.NTED10 8,c" "'"n10"1' "n'1. na'
A llnwe n M.ni a.i.., m RlllK.s- ' .the latest styles. Watches
Geo. Woodward Smith.
.Miss Kllleau nrrhed In the Ventura
jesterdny uftcr n pleasant business trlp
to the Coast, She person illy selected, i
while there, n most beautiful line of'
latest Imported milliner and all the
newest novelties In Indies' -Ii-h? cood3 iFOR SALE Household fiirnituio mr
dimming!, laces, gloves, boMeiy. cte.l '01,r roo'!1,, Enquire. Foit St.. opu,
See ml. G(-rman Hnltery. 1915-lw
FOR SALC A house and lot In Kal-
Mr.. C. A. Pollard
And Every Evening.
LAST NIGHT OH
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER SO and HI.
"The Bslle jrfNew York"
NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
nt 3 p. 111.,
FIRST GRAND MATINEE.
"The Belle of New YorJe'
Chlldien half price to all parts of Theatre.
"A GAIETY GIRL"
The box plan now open nt Wall,
Nichols Co., where seats can 'be hnd.
PRICES $1.60, S1, 75c, 50c,
Boxes $12, $10, $8,
Doors open nt 7:30 p. in.; oveituro
nt 8 p. 111,; currlugeB at 10:30.
A. II. I'OLLAIID,
Hawn. Hotel. Bus,
Adt. In thli column will be Insirted
at IS cent, a line one Insertion; 25
cent, two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cent, two week., and 69
cento one month. This It the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
AGENid WANTED $3 to $5 per day
easily made for tho next HO days
Felling nn cttractlvo line of holiday
goods. For full particulars send
name and address to Albert Desprot,
Star bids,, Chicago, llls 1940-lw
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Goat shoot
ing pilvlleges lor the Naflnkull lands
are again offered to tho public.
Those wishing to secure peimltB
will be furnished with tlcketB upon
application at the office of The Dow'
sett Company. Limited. V. F. nil.
Ilnghnin. treasurer. 1916-lm
MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instiuc
tlons: studio, .Molropole bldg., 1110
Alakea St.; Tel. Main 315.
i SELECT RELIABLE HELP Male OI
I remale. Tel. 2811 Blue or call "Se-
lect Umptoymcnt Office," Magoo.i
l bldg, Merchant and Alakea Sts.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard nnd pod
tables befoi.e buying elsewhere; Bold
on easy paymentB. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty yenrs, nnd
lire made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as now; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. See
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Hllllard Table Wotks, Chi-J.
.,,.,. 111. int?.?m r '
Vtlt., I,l, JfM. ..
MRS. HORTON having returned from
hcr uu t() thc Con wl reBllmo
,,Innor,)rtp Tton Wednesday. Sep.
tcmul.r n. Itesldence, 53 VlneyaM
want to rent a noime, see A. K.
BINDT. Collections carefully at-
tended to nnd promptly remitted.
Oinco 115 Kanl.umanu street. 1893-lf
NOTICE The grounds oi the Alexan
der Young building, nnd the private
street to be known ns Illshop Btreet,
nre cloned to the public until fur
(Signed) W.M. MUTCH.
1S7S-3H1 Supt. Alex. Young Uldg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS-The tJnlo.l
KxpreBS Co. bus WHITK &AND FOH
s l K 1543-tf
' - .
WANTED Position by n young lady
a8 sunographcr: experienced. L.
II.. P. O. box 3C3.
,."7 M . ,.,,-.. .
MANAGER WANTED In every large
county to appoint agents for tho in-
mous "(lame o Skill nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars: law
ful everywhere; takes place of all
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on ensy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Pnlmer Billiard Table
Works, Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
repaired by n Jeweler of 33 yenri'
DIETZ, Fort street,
ROOM AND BOARD.
iilaul tiatt. Apply at the Territorial
J ...essenger Service. 1943-lw
'Foa SALE Furniture nnd piano;
must sell quick; no reasonable offer
refiued. Lunalllo St.. opp. Hackfeld
FOR SALE Billiard table and outfit
In good condition; cheap. Addresi,
"Table," this office; 1943-lw
FOR SALE rurnlturo of four rooms,
very rensonublc. Address J, E. R
FOR SALE Stelnwny parlor grand
piano; perfect condition. Call on
, Will E. Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR SALE New nnd second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for Bale
or rent. All makes repaired. Wasn
Ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Tw-o"phaetons In good
condition. One used only a short
time. Address "v". X.,' Bulletin tf
lice. i 1922-'tf
FOR SALE Lot In Mc Cully tract,
I 19090. $2,200; three lots In Kapa
I buhl, 19,000 square leet. $1,400; lot
I on Deretanla St., 150x50. Judd &
Co., Ltd. Office No. 307 Stangnn
I v.T.ld building; telephone -Main 22 J;
I O. Box U7 1910-tt
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula," nB she now lies In tho liar
bor. Sho Is a nearly new boat, In
perfect working order, and has been
of late used In towing at Kahului
harbor, W. II. Pain.
FRESH STRAW The Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rlcu Btraw lo:'
TO LET Three rooms for light noumi-
keeping. MrB. Kennedy, Adanm
TO LET House at present occupied
uy .Mis. 1J. Center. Ypuug street in
tension near McCully tiact. Apply
H. V, Bishop, C. Brewer & Co.. Queen
TO LET Two front looms.
TO LET Furnished room, $5 per mo.
Also front room furnished, only $10.
C3 Vineyard St. 1937-tf
TO LET Newly furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house ubovo Germau Bakery,
Fort St. 1930-tf
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.. six
rooms; modern Improvements; $20.
Kmmett May, Judd Bldg. 1640-tf
OFFICES FOR RENT In Ilrewer
building, Queen St., on rcasonablo
terms. Apply to I;. Ilrower & Co.,
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five
room ottnge on Vineyard St., be
tween Emma and Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Dox 612. 1928-tf
Tc RENT A mnsqtilto proof room.
tlvo minutes' walk from tramenr In
tool district; board If required; tel
ephone Hcrvlce. Address "E" Hill
Icun. 1926 tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
slan St., of six rooms with nil mod
ern Improvements. Knqulrn of Chas.
10. Frasher, Consolidated Soda
Works. " 1922-tf
FOR RENT Two (2) clnry houses nt
Kekaullke-pa. on Young St.. contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Knplolanl
Estate. Md. 1021-tf
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat-
toclc Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply Ov It., P. t).
box 3C3. 1939 tf
TO RENT Itesldence of Dr. J. S.
McOrew. cor. of Deretanla ami
Illchard Sts., suitable for doctor's
office or private residence. Apply
to Dr. 3. S, McOrew, Minnlllo, cor.
Hackfeld, or J. T. MiGrew, Illshop
IF yon havo a house for rent, or want
to rent n bouse, call on A. It. DINDT,
office with Guldo Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant SU Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-U
FOR LEASE Furnished house now
occupied by Mrs. E. K. Pratt, No.
1081 Punchbowl St.. for two yeura.
Will bo vacant nuddli of next neck.
House electric wired. ID 15-1 w
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.,
with a frontage of 242 feet and it
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSAIIKAT.
Ilooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST OR LEFT At Lunalllo and
Victoria Sts, silk umbrella, l.eiue
nt YM. C, A.; receive reward.
L08T If tho young lady, who, by
mistake or otherwise, took nway
from Progress Hall last SATIIU
DAY evening n white cashmere,
bluo aattn-llned cape, with white
swansdown edging, will return It to
the Bulletin office, she will confer a
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums.' No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcolalc
crowns undcctccable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SHOO
Gold Crowns. T. 6S.00
Gold Fllllnilu $.O0
HIIvcp Flltlnfta 50
Our name alone will be a guaranty
that your work will bo of the best
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Btreoi
LADIES IN ATTENDANnW
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
OI. White mi.
P. O. Box 552
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In larce or small
New Map of Oahu.
Coppi'ti from Government Surveys anJ ChArts,
Mpt ot Sugar PUntttlwni, Njltw) t, and Ulher
KeiUble Source,, tub map is im inches,
v.lih artistic colorings anl neat oiountlngs. mak
ing a vary useful as well as ornsmen'al will map
TllBPKICSOPTHB MARIS $10 ou. Copies can
be oblaliMd from
JAS. T TAYLOR.
P. O. Bo -m. )" Judl llulljlnt, Hmolulut T, H
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plans and estimates furnished for all classes
ROOM 100, OOSTON BLOCK, HONOLULU
Uonolilu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED 4PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion raid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Lenrn to draft your own patterns.
Now is your tlmo to get Instruction
to use the celebrated McDowell Bystem
of garment cutting. For partlculau
apply to MRS. A. M. MKLLIS.
Agent for the Hawaiian Territory.
Honolulu. Kept. 18, 1901.
1051 Fort Btreet, upstairs; 'Phona
Blue 3001. 1915-lw
Liitcitt FnntfleH from
Preparations for tho Holidays
ITH A VIEW to finding out
what preparations our
merchants aro making for
the holidays, and of seeing
what new things are ar
riving from the world of
fashion, I visited the store of
Vh.tney & Marsh
the other day.
I was greeted very pleasantly by the
courteous head of the firm, who hai
but lately returned from the Main
land, and who chatted very Interest
ingly anent his trip. -
When I asked him to show me some
of the new and pretty things he had
bought, he smiled and said:
"Why, there are so many that I
scarcely, knovV where to begin; but
the special Item we are showing this
week Is these:
There they were a table piled full
of them. In a wondrous variety of
colors, double and single face, embrac
ing Grecian Heraldic, Egyptian and
Arabesque designs. There were also
Art Denims In pretty, plain shades.
ana Drigni-coiorea SMkollnes, and
oeautltul cretonnes. If, It ever hap
pens that any one asks me to help
him In furnishing a house, I shall at
least have some Ideas for making cur
tains and portieres, and couch covers.
BELTS AND BUCKLES.
Just to the rlciht nt Ih. n.,i..
1 saw, hung over the counter about a'
nunarerj or the newest belts with
some of the prettiest buckles I have
ever seen. There Is a new double
buckle which allows both ends of the
heit lo droop, qlvlng the fashionable,
long-walsted effect to the wearer. This
bucKle Is readily removable, and when
the belt Is worn out the buckle may be
kept and attached to a new belt,
In these I saw the most recent con
ceits, and many are the new Ideas
that the makers have put forth In
Pompadour, Side and Back Combs,
Fourettes, Stray-Lock Pins and Hair
Ornaments. The Imitations of real
shell are very elever and of course
art! 'l CC,t nytnlnfl llke tne oenu'no
The store's assortment of Pursei,
Chatelaines, Shopping Bags and Card
Cases Is excellent, and the prices low
er inan 1 nave ever seen them. I
know that' that department will have
a rush of business as Holiday tlma
But the Wash Goods section) How
I could rave over the pretty things I
saw there I You have the prettiest
wash Goods here I ever saw, and I
have traveled a good bit of the world.
I am told that there Is a great demand
now for Chambrays and Linen Glnq.
hams and Silk Ginghams, and Madras
Tissues and Pineapple Zephyrs. Tha
plain colors ox-blood and light blue
chiefly are the most popular,' but
there Is also a steady demand for all
stripes and for stripes wifTT small fir,,
ur. um,l.ii i. 1 .r
Unquestionably the most nnnni ,1.
nowadays both for men and women Is
!u . 1?"?! Four-ln-Hand known as
! !?e..r,Ly - ThI ,le B" vvel1 '"
tne high band turnover collar. Its nar.
row width allowing It to be tied In a
four-in-hand knot even where the out
Siue edges of the turndown collar al
most touch In front. Nevertheless the
popularity of the Batwlng and Butter
fly ties does not seem to wane, and
there Is also a fair share of Clubr.
Tecks and Windsors worn. I noticed
a number of ties In the Regatta col
orsMyrtle and Healani which I was
told were to sell at 35e eacn. I think
this low price will be appreciated, as
one doesn't always feel like paylnri
iiif. or dollslr ,or a tle vvh,eh wo"'
iisis mure man one day In a year.
Many of us have lived all our lives
without ever having seen a scrap of
linen of American manufacture. I
saw some In Wejtriey Marsh's base
ment salesroom, and it was beautiful.
You couldn't tell It from English Lin
en, and if you could thenJLam, In the
language of an esteemed contempor
ary of mine, a fringed doylle. servlmj
as a mat for a bottle of Worcester
shire Sauce. There are doWles of
American linen ind Tablo Cloths, too,
and Napkins and several kinds of tow
els. I shall be Interested to know hnw
these goods are received here.
But If there was any one thing that
I was more glad to see than all the
rest it was a big pile of the famous
Redfern Corsets the first shipment to
the Hawaiian Islands. I wore one
once and ever since I have looked back
to that time of comfort with Infinite
longing. Why, even the first time you
put It on It's as easy as the proverbial
old shoe. It yields to every motion of
the body and never breaks at the hips.
And yet It Is atways'as stylish as were
the gowns of the man whose name It
bears. I am told that It will sell at
three dollars, which Is exactly what
you. pay In 8an Francisco.
Many other things I saw in my trip
through this well-kept store Lonq
Cloths, India Llnons and Victoria
Lawns, sheer and fine; dellcats Swiss
es, Wash Chiffons and Organdies, ex
quisite Allovers, Tueklnrts, and Em
broideries, Arabian and Valenciennes
Laces, rich Silks and Ribbons; but
of these perhaps I will tell you ;nore
In another letter. BUD BRIER.
nil 1 INWBi
The corporation lately formed to es
tablish 11 Home for Incurables is 'not
Inactive, Thero was a conference yes
terduy between the trustees and tho
bulldlug committee, when a report
from tho latter on a site was presented
nnd discussed. No decision was
reached. F. J. Lowrey, Wm. Mutch
and A, A. Young aro the building com
mittee. At present the choice of u
site for the Home lies between tbieo
lots in the Kaimukl tract.
The trustees present at the meeting
were .1. II. Atberton, chairman, S. 13.
Damon mid T. CHve Davlcs. In view
of the Intended departure of Mr. Da
vles In the steamer Peru his brother,
George Davles, was appointed to servrt
In his place meantime as temporary
t hall man.
William C. Vlda has been sued for
dhoree by his wife, Anna K., by her
tittoniey, F. M. Drooks, on the ground
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