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KVRNINO IJUM.ETttf, HONOLULU II. T.( SATtJflDAY, SEPT. 21, 1901.
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vlth n hwcII line of the
LATEST NOVni.Tir.8 In
LudleH Wcnr cooHlHtlncV
ot FINE DRESS ROODS,
trimmings, dainty luces,
honlcry, jJIovch. hcltH,
returned (rum the miilolnnd
Everybody Invited to xce thcxe goods.
JYl. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
AjJcntH for the l:. ThomiiH ClcnnlnjV nnd Dye WorUn.
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 ::::::::
at the 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 wagons will call for your work.
q. II. Ilcrrr-y'n ofllcc. 33 Camphell Mil.
S. I, Shaw rrttirnrtl from WataltM
J tint rrcedved a larpe. rotislKiimtnt nt
l'nntheon O. I S. Trj It.
Thee utonmcr City of l'ara palled yes
tuidny evening for I'ort I.o AnRolrn.
Oomes ft McTlghe, successors to Ca
ttuira & Co., liquor dratcm. flJ KlntjRt.
Nicely furnbdicd rooms, l'opular
IIuuhp, 12111 Kort St.. Jl.fiC per week tip.
You inn Ret a full sired cool Kla
of Italuler Ix-or at the Pantheon. Same
Captain llerper'H orchestra will play
tor tho Hpeclal dinner lit the .Monni
hotel thlH evenlnK.
I'liUe-mlty ttradusite wants position
as KDeriieHK or traveling companion.
Ski Want column.
On account of the Iti-mittii Daj sport
there will bo no concert In limm.i
Stepjnru this afternoon.
Fresh lllms plates, paper, chetr.lrnl.V
etc., received per Mariposa for tie Ho
nolulu i'hoto Supply Co.
Cholco Claiet ju ist; I'ort, W idelra.
.Infandel, To eentx u gallon at Huff-
schtaeger Co.'h, King near lWthel.
Col. Mct'urthy him been under tho
vv ather since his return from the
(,'o.ipt. He was about jestijrd.ij for the
The Arlou Hlnnlni? Club will meet
this evening In the new hall on the?
e-e-cond floor of the Low bulldlni; on
Tho two iiiemUrH of the Plre Claims
Committee. mentlonel In jetei day's
Ilulletln will not ko to Maul until the
Hint wiek In October.
The Hawaiian Mission Children' So
ciety will begin the fifth th year of Its
existence with u muting at the homo
or V. W. Hall this eenlng at 7:.1d
It should be i.-me inhered by all those
latere Med that there will be a nietloi?
o( the Young I'eople'n t'ulon of Ho.
polulu at the Chilstlnn church Mon
lluslnesH Is generally
CURIOUS CRINKLES 2
By LANAI LOUNnnii.
Href Is higher In Honolulu today
than ut any time slnco the cow Jumped
over the moon.
Capitalists with scruple again ft wit
tered stock may conscientious Invest
In llaniakua cuttle.
What Hawaii mint net ds Just now It
a lomblnatlon uf long head and long
It Is fortunate that the assassin at
lluffalo has a name that will not lend
! Itself readily to common speech, as thn
name of Captain lloycott from Its own
cr's treatment In the seventh' him be
come perpetuated In urh nnd noun.
It Ilia Id ry has already n teimluology
i.tiirirlent for provoklnti lolttue among
mm. and a name that will forever;
Mink would hardly be a desirable ae ,
qulBttlon tn the language or twentieth!
century civilization. Colgoz Is In
' Humps You are nut looking well
I this morning. Anj thing the matter?'
, .links-Oh. nothing much. I've been'
taking rpilnlne nnd whisky fur the
grip nnd it makts ne feel like i mem
ber of the Hawaiian Her Association
i looks after paying his llumphieys vw
When the pulpit trust blessen the
apparent success of a conspiracy to
wreck an organization for the promo
tion of temperance, It would scarcely
teem astounding to we the Salvation
Army lend Its band to beat up saloon
The Ineie.iso of IS7.000.0Ofl In tho an
M'teuhlti pioperty of Hawaii for tho
past ten yearie Is very gratifying. All
the vtut wealth of the Islands, bow
iver, must soon lose Its glowing eiu.il-
i Ity if those controlling most of It bo-
suspeniled funii- conflrmicl In their prewntly evl
J Milk ....
The Very Best Milk
(or BnhlcH. tilt
for llnblcK, tilt
In a worJ. the "tUby fe and" Conden
sed Milk Is "Best for Babl:" because t
It is a p rfevt food, making chlldre J stout
It Is put up In tt rlllJ glass Jar, her
It Is jlsi the most eco- omlcal Infants'
food In the world.
lis purity and rlihness Is unexcelled.
Co., - Ltd.
of h I k own
fortune. If you.
would be Htrong nnd lorcnm In old nfte he corcful
of whnt you drink. We lime on nbNoliitcly pure
Ulnnd product In
DellclotiH, hctilthful nnd retreHhlnV.
everywhere. Everybody nntH It.
Eastern Star Renular.
Hawaiian Third DeQree.
Pacific First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the or
der ore cordially tovlted to attend
Meetings of local lodges.
Slopes of Punchbowl
Two houses for sale. ltuated so as
to command extensive view. iS.OOO
Kor Kent on Klnau stuet. Seven
room cottage on good slzid lot. J3'
Valuable business rtoperty on
Smith street near Hotel street for salo
or for lease.
Several building lots on Wilder
avenue and Alexander street, I'uoahou,
Immediately on the trolley line.
along the waterfiont tndnj. N'o work dent fiir or dissipating It by letting It
Is tn lug done except on the I'eru. Sh. ' loose to further deelop the opulent
Is expected to sail for the Coast about resources from which It hint been de-
J o clock this afternoon. ,rlvid. The lountry Is qulto nblo to
The services at Ctntml t'ulnn church' ''"' ''''' "M' n wcurltle to
tomorrow will be as fmiowa: IV a. """ " euntlmtanrn for the tomlng
m.. subject. "The Sabbath Problem:", "" ''"r" '" "" v,In ' rucio oi prngrem
Castle I Lansdale,
HBAI. KSTATB AXI1
ltooms C06 and SOT, Stangenwald Illdg.
"Aloha Ilraneh." T. S.. every Sntur
dny, 7:X0 p. m., Arlon unll, back of
Oiiera House. Lending library. In
formation V. O. llox 554. or 314 Koit
UARMONV LODGE. NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:39
in Harmony Hall. King stieet.
C. CIIAHIX)CK, N. O.
H. R. HBNDKY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MVSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meeta ovcry Tuesday evening at 7:30
o"cJocJs In Harmouy Hall, King street.
Vlslung brothers cordlolly Invited 'o
H. J. OAU.AC.UKIl, C. C.
A. E. MUlU'IIY, K. It. S.
'HONOLULU CHAPTER, NO. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third i hursday evening
at Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially Invited ,
A. F. GII.FTU.AN, 13. C.
J. I). TUCKBIt, Secretary.
HOrToLULTTcbtVlMANDERY, NO. 1,
Meets in Masonic Templu on tho sue
ond Thursday evening or each month.
All lsitlug Sir Knights courteously
A. V. C.II.KIU.AN. K. C.
J. I). TUCKrtlt, Itec order.
oiTTO lod"ge7no. 1, K?of p.
Meets every Friday evening at IHr
xuoay Hall, King street, ot 7:30. Mem
bers of Mjbtlc 1-odgo, No. i, and UU
ins brothers cordially Invited.
C. KMCMOK, O. 0.
K. of It. unci S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE CROI.X,
NO. 1, A. A. 8. R.
Meets tho first Thursday In each
month at Maonle Temple. Sojourn
. ot, ad visiting r ithers coidlully In
vited to attend all meetings.
M.W. 31., AI.IJEUT VAN CI.II3K (I13AK
AU-AN It. SCUIMOEOL'lt, Secretin y.
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BDRLIN M A K K
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 LOU IK
XIV STYLE. I
King St., near Bethel
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. - A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on last .Monday of
ach month In Its hall, Masonic Tem
ple. I., do I.. WAUI), W. M.
1-3. II. Kltim.. Seeietmy.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. - A. M.
Stated meetings first Mondaj ea -h
month. Sfieclnl meetings, when called
(will bs noted in this wpacu).
Members U)dgo I.n 1'rogies, I'acllK
Uidgo and nil (.ojournlng brethren cor
' WM, H. WUiailT, W. M.
K. IL a. Va..lAX'13. Seeietnr)'-
7:30 subjivt. "1 he Itlch Young Ituler.' ,
by Itev. .lohu I'. Krdnian.
The big steamer On-gonlau was sent
ton.iyisteid.ij afti inoii. With the as
tlstimce of Pilot Sanders and the tug
Fearless the deeply l.iuen steamer i
passed the channel safely.
The band will leg In lis r gul.ir four'
weeks' vacation em September 30. l'rof.
Ile-rger will leave for a short trip to
thn Cexnst. The majority of the bauds
men will remain In the city.
Charles David, manager of the Wal.i
lu.i Ilcach hotel, was In the city je-s-terday
making arrangements for the
they are,' going down to his plai-e
to remain over until Monday
Joh" Anla, a Mexican, died at Kall
bl yesterday, unattended. An autopsy
was held last night unci It was fonu-l
that death re-suited from ienturil
tause-s. Deceased was 75 )eai of
Don't forgc Cumarlnos of the- Cali
fornia Krult Murket when you want
fruit nnd vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Thee band will give a conceit on tun
Brounds of the Capitol Sunday
noon. The soloists will sing selections
from the "llohe-mlnn Olrl." Moonlight
concerts will be plaed at the regular
places next week.
At the; conclusion of the yacht race-s
today It. Ileverley Kldd. the well
known swimmer will swim against th
third class yacht Skip. The race will
be from this lighthouse to and around
the spar buoy and return.
Those wishlug reliable 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 nnd
call for rigs free of charge.
Tho Myrtle Hoat Club haa forwarded
a petition to Washington asking for a
bite for n boat house on the Naval
He-M-rvatlon. It Is understood that the
petition haa been endorsed by Captain
Merry, commandant of tho Naval sta
tion. A large number of hunters ar go
ing down the load on this afternoon's
train to do a little gunning Sunday.
People fiom Walalua report that the
pheasant are plentiful this year and
this Is the cause of the enthusiasm of
The Inquest In the case of Mum, tho
Japane-so who was killed Thursday by
falling fiom tho new building ut tho
corner of Smith and Hotel stre-ets vru
to have been laU night but, as no wit
nesses had been found, thero 'was a
postiMinemi nt until Monday night ut 7
After a vacation of keveral months
the MIohana Art Leiigue will resunv
Its e-ntertuinments on Saturday, Sep
tember 2S. at 3 p. m. by the I.lte.rary
Circle's giving an at home. V. It,
Castlee Jr. will ghee u, talk on Stephe-n
runups. Light lefKshments will bs
mc casket containing tne remain
of the late Marshal D, A, ay. wus de
posited In the vault at thee Catholic
cemetery )csterday afternoon. It wa.e
found necessary to bre-ak the look eif
I the vault us the Ui-y could not be
' found. The procession from thee un.
derueklng parlors was a M'ry simple
one'. Mr, Hendry, acting H, S. Mnr
t.hal and a squad of policemen were the
only ones In attendance.
us i.uk char.ictirlzisl tne oast decade,
It Is hard for ire to sa vvhlc'i I the
mine wlh ne-ver teiowu u parrot oru
If runaway horses could em!) Is' sen
tenced to hard labor on P-iln's train
vvavs, It would doubth'ssly reduce this
i most prevalent sort of perils OI fie
btreet to a minimum.
In the nbsencn of tclegri'phlr .oai-
inunU-atlon with the ouUr vvoild Ho
nolulu people whose hearts would bejt
In sympathy with humankind do not
know, most of tho time-, wbithei- re)
ought to be laughing or crying.
A Few Beautiful Lots
with uiie.xcellfi vitw
over College Hills tract,
Waikiki and the Ocean.
With goxl access : : : :
on Bent Terms
Good Baildiig Lots in
near the Brickyard,
of varied sires. : : : :
on easy installmen's.
During my abtence from the
Islands my son, V. Schnack,
will receive and rec:ipt for all
money due me. Office hours
from y.)3l 5 p. m. : : : :
), H. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
1178-1184 Union St.
P. O. Box y.?. Tel. 62 Main
Dealers In Mints, Oils, Varnishes,
Stains, Putty and Glass, orna
mental and plain :::::
Wall Paper I
In all shades and at prices to suit.
Wlndoev Slu'es. Curtain Poles
and Fixtures. Hon' Lining, Room
Mouldings, Unerusta Walton and
hVL'RYTIIINa FOk INTERIOk
DECOKATIONS. : : : Try our
Diamond Head Floor Paint
Guaranteed to dry li.irJ and lossy
and will not crack, peel or chalk.
OUR MIXED PAINTS
are the best on the market. Send
for sample card. :::::.
unana ttuannaua8 (
STRIKERS MORE QUIET
Pittsburg, Sept. I2. (Julit prevulled
ut all points affected by the steel
strike In this vicinity today. In murk-e-d
contrast to the excitement and dis
order of the- past few days. At Me-Kee-sport
a small crowd of strikers bill'
guarded tho entrance to thn National
Tube Works, but as the plant Is prae-
1 tlr.lllv fieri fin nn ,i. ,ttnll..e .-
nice r- ... . ,,In .,,,-. -,,., , u.
nothing to do.
in urmmier Tin Plnte Works wero
In operation with about the same tone
as je-sterday and no attempt wns made
to Interfere wltn the workmen. At thn
Monongahela Tin Plate plant In this
city the mob of men. women uud chil
dren tunt has surrounded thei property
and tiloched the sheets every flay this
week wns conspicuous for Its nbM'nee.
This state of affairs was due to a
police eirder forbidding tnem to con
gregate on the streets under penalty of
arre-st. Tho fires wero Imrnluc In two
furnaces, but the plant haa not jet
started up. Seven moret men wi'ifi
taken Into the Stnr Tin Plate mill tbli
morning without molestation. Revtr
Hi assaults have occurred nt this plant
rece ntly and troubel was feartl but the
strikers made no effort tu stop thn
men going In.
Best Insurance in the World.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monumental Co,, Ltd.
t KING STREET
WILSONS INIQIE LEI
W. I". Wilson, the- Sau Krauclseo
plumbing magnate, was invited to ui
amusing surprise, on embaiklng In the
bteame r Sierra for home. Mr. Wilson
has tlni plumbing contract for the
Young building. When ho cntcrcel his
state-room he was confronted with the
sight of u mammoth le hanging 011
tine wall. Thn main part of the wicath
consisted of papains strung on a col
lier wire. Then ciime an orango as a
pe ndaut, below which was n long string
of oakum. To this stri'amer were ut
tached old nnd new faucets, lialf-smok-rd
cigars, corks, bananas. 11 bathtuo
sprinkler and two empty bottles, one
corke'd and the other open. The entile
decoration weighed 35 pounds. While
the recipient of this token of ulolni
from his Honolulu friends was still
gating at the object, the donors hurst
Into the room and gave hlni a greett
hurrah to make him" remember them
Mr. Wilson Intends to start 11 plumb
ing shop In Honolulu at nn early day,
which will be In the premise-!, lately
occupied by the Honolulu Market Co..
is the best and
in the market.
Motor, Carriage and Machine Co.
unci till KindH of Inti'loitc Miichloc Work.
We Want Yonr Work.
SCHOENING r STEWART,
UNION 8TRFXT, NIIAR HOTHI..
Phone Blue 731. P. O. Box 113.
A natural mineral water and
the purest in the world.
If you are feeling riht, drink
Sauerbrunnen and keep riht.
If you are not feeling rlfht,
drink Sauerbrunnen auii get right.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Hollister Drug Co.
F, A. Schaefer & Co.
JOHN DEWAR & SONS, Ltd.
Appointed by Ituyul Wiieriint
Purveyor! uf Kcotch Whlitkey
to HIh MieJcHty. Klnij Cdwtird
Finest lixtrti Kpcctul Old
Liii-jJc C ci n h I i n 1:1 c n t
fresh every dny.
l-'or Hale lit the t 1 t-
FISH MARKET, Stalls 19 and 21
Butcher Shop, Cor. Ber. & Alakea
C. Q. YeeTiop & Co.
TOO MUCH CARE
cannot be taken in netting
Water that is free from all
VOUK' lll'ALTII depends Upon it
;e;rd drinking water,
vims and impurities.
are known all over I he
world to be the Kst made
and there is no el ment of chanee wh-n you tire using it We are
alwyys p!e.iHl to talk to you of its merits at our oli'ice ut JI5 Fort St.
Hatlufaetion U a go--d thing, but you
will bo moro than mll'dli-d If jou bring
us jour printing ant dcvedoplng. Ho
nolulu I'hoto Supply Co,
CHA8. D. WALKER,
Designer and builder of Hlgh-Orade
YACHTS, riOATS AND LAUNCHES!
Works, GO: King St.
P O. Boi C33. TeleLliODe. I.ue 812
W. MunWhalWcSHvl Vnur
and wa malltDHtructloDa, c.tln)oDS
al. and itBd an f a., a Kuucrnlr a
Kw awl Co Boi3.satiia.N.Carellna.u S
Z. BREWER & CO., Ltii
A. R. HANCOCK & Co
Hole AfjentH for llawiiltien iHliind.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
to facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
Durchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
telec'jn to those known to the firm, or will furnish satisfactory
eferences In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market & ost St., 8. I!.
llltKtratcil CATALOGUE anJ price tumMifd upon re-ctrlpt of rmucM. Wf have
',he largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west uf New Yotl; City, and are
prepared to furnish special designs.