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RVENINO BTILLKTW. IIONOMJMJ, II. T., THURSDAY, SKPT. 26. 1901.
Out of business? Not by a Jus full. We have bought out
the Pacific Cycle. Co., next door to Ehlers', and have Just re
ceded 150 Columbia, Clsv eland and Itambler Bicycles, besides
n full line of shelf hardivaie. Things look like a large-sized
beehive down here, and vvo want oti to come around to sec us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Ever.vbody likes good things to eat
We have Just opened n fine, assortment of
ome of the following kinds
C. J. DAY & CO.
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nntuptil JSinrhllnjv
Wntcp bottled tit the
Zolllimm, - (icemiinj.
The l:aorltc of New York
and London Society.
WIIHHclCCtetl II K
the Ht ii ndnpil
fro in ninonji the inlnepiil
v liters of the wiipIiI liy "The
London Lnncet. The lilglicHt
W. C. Peacock & Co,,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND KILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the' only dental parlors is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd ingredients to extract. All
and npply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccable from natural teeth
nnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 j ears' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist. Give us a call, and youvvvlll find
ut to do exactly as v,e advertise. Wc
will tell ou In advance exactly what
jour work will cost by u FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 6S.00
Gold Crowns SH.00
Gold Filling) 8I.OO
Silver Fillings 80c
Our name alone will bo a guarante
(hat your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building. Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
We ui'e now In the Automobile
Building und lire prepared to turn
the f Incut livery In town.
ISonpderi Hiife fpoin fire, us
the building trt HIRH-PltOOH.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. O.Hall & Son."
"E. 0.. Hall & Son! Why, I
thought yon were burnt out of
For You I
and It's our business to sell them
cookies and biscuits. Including
Orange Cookies, Etc,
SUGAR INDUSTRY ON KAUAI
Reports from the plantations uu the
Island of Kauai art? very flattering,
from Kekaha to Llhue and beyond the
fields of waving cane present n beau
tiful sight with Its deep green foliage.
At the Mcllrde plantation the mill Is
tibout leady and will start grinding by
the first of October. Mr. Stodart, tin,"
manager, has been most successful in
plowing nnd planting a large area for
the 1903 crop. While several addi
tional reservoirs have been constructed
for the purpose of storing the moun
At the preent time the Wnrthlngton
and Rlsdon pumping plants In liana
pepe valley are lifting 17,000,000 gal
lons or wattr. The Reldler pumping
plant In I.awal Gulch Is being -un at
..V.n.1. I.1 ... f 1 .-, ,. . . ..
"'"" ""ii Bi't-ro. nnn inking care or tn
nvaiianie water wnien at the present.
timo Is about 5,000.000 gallons. This
supply will no doubt he Increased with-
I In n Rlinrr timo n. f,. n,ia.l.H Hniij
wilt be cut within a week through tho
main tunntl which supplies the pumji
lin water at the present time.
The Hnvvnllnn Sugar Co. has flnlsh-
rd their season's grinding and the dif
fusion mill and building Is receiving .t
thorough overhauling. This mill Iiim
n capacity for 110 tons of raw sugar In
twenty-four hours and Is tho only mill
nf the kind now In operation In tho
APP) Tlte If we only had some
lines, now, we might do ii little flshln..
Shady Rowers flshln'. eh? Who's
goln' ter dig cle bait, halt de hooks,
t'row In de lines, haul out de flsii and
tf.ke 'em off de hooks' Annv Tlte
Dafs ho; we'd have to hire somehodv
to do dat part of It Leslie's Weekly,
Owing to the death of Pr,.l,l,,iit vn
Ham McKlnley. the celehrntlon of the
.'..in anniversary or Harmony Lodge.
No. 3, I, O O. F.. has been ncMtiiniitil
to October 12. lliul. at tho same hour
Ily order or Committee.
E. II. HENDRY.
lS2-3t Secretiir .
SCHOOL MEMORIAL EXERCISES.
THE SUPERINTENDENT Of PUR
llf Instruction renuestH the nrlnclnalq
nnd teachers of the Public Schools of
Honolulu to hold exercises In their
respective schools from 1 p. m. to .'
p. m. of filday. September 27th, l!iu,
In which they will emphasize the gieat
calamity which has occurred to the
Republic, through the murder of Its
President and the helnotisues of th
crime which caused the loss. Princi
pals can nnange tho details to unit
their respective schools.
C. T RODGERS,
Secretarj Department Public Instruc
tion. 1 952-1 1
To-night, Thursday Evening,
Grand Vaudeville Enter-
tainmpnt by t,,c "trcnutn of
lailllllClll the entire company
SATURDAY EVENING, Sept. 28,
"The Bslle jOew York"
Matinee on Snturlny Afternoon,
Bslle of New York.
Chlldien half price to all parts of
Doors open at 1 30; performance to
commence at 2 sharp.
There will he no performance to
morrow evening. Friday, Sept. 27.
The box plan now open at Wall,
Nichols Co, where seats can bo had.
PRICES .... $1.50, $1. 75c, 50c,
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
Doors open at 7 'in p. m.; overture)
at 8 p ui , tuirlagos at 10:30.
Weather Uiireau, Punah'ou, Septem
ber 2rt. Temperature Morning mini
mum, G9; Midday maximum, 82.
tintometer at 9 n. nu 3p 00. Strndy,
Dow Point GiP.
Humidity at 9 n. in. At per icnl,
Dlnmond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 20. Weather clear; wind fresh
AVedncdny, nt. 25.
Str. ivvalatit. Oreeu, flDm Kauai.
Str. Wttiulcule. 1'lltz. from Kauai
Str, Lclniii, Naimla, from Mololtsl.
Thursday, Sept. 26.
Str. Mlkalmla, Gregory, from Kauai
Wedntsdny, Sept. 23.
O.-A. S. 8. Auianyl. Hay, for Vli
Schr. Illnnre & Ella for Knual porta,
Thursilay, Sept. 2fi.
Str. J. A, Cummins. Searle. for Oahu
Dr. bk. Santa, Stronnar, for the
Sound In ballast. j
SAILING TODAY. I
Sir. Lvhua, Nnpala, for Mnlnkat port
5 p. ni I
t'. S. A. T. Wuiren. n.irneson, fori
Manila, via (luam, 4 p. m.
Str, John Cummins, for Koolau ports
4 p. m. '
Str. Walalealc, Pill, for Wulmea
...t l.-t ..!..,. I .. m
at, i-!.'. 1 in........ f, I-....I
Str. Ivvalaiil. Gregory, for Kauai
hiii ill t i. id.
Str. Mlknliata, (Iregoi), for Koual, at I
Maul. Deiinrtt Iroin Hawaii
Dnrle, from San Francisco.
Trom Knual per str. Iwalanl, Sept. 2'
E. C. llrown. II. Halvorscn, J. C,
Ahren. Mr. WllllaniRon, II. Mlkl, W. C,
Hnlllnhcnds nnd 20 deck,
from Moloknl ports, per str, Lehu.i
Sept. 25 Mrs, Knhanaelc, Miss Kalw
naele nnd father Julllett,
from Knual ports, per str. MlknhaK
Sept. 21 R, Anderson. W. (i. Ilvmnn.
L. S. Iloyd, Mrs. E. Strehr.. Henry
Illnke. and T. C. Howell nnd 2 deck. 1
For Victoria, per str. Aorangl Sept.
25. Mrs. I. E. Hall. I-Vink. Daldwln
and wife, I. W. L. .McOuIre; H. P. Mey
er, lilshop Willis. Miss W. Macdonald.
J. A. Moon, Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Sin
ton, D. Saner. Mr. nnd Mrs Robert. O.
O. Mullnr and two children,
W. H. SMITH'S NARROW
ESCAPE FROM REEF
The schooner W II Smith had a1
nanow escape fiom going ashoie )
ttrdny en her way to poit niter the
Fearless' had taken hold of her. i
Sue was spoken by and refused o
take the pilot. At the time the fear
less hooked on, the vessel hnil all
sails set. In following the tug cnio
wns not tnken to keep In Hue with
her, and on passing the hell buoy tlu
tug went on one side nnd the schooner
on the cither.
The hawser was cut nnd then the
schooner shot up Into the wind nnd
began to make tor tne beach. Lin k
Ily, her nnchors were let go nnd sliu
was brought up all standing, from
her position n seen fiom slime It
wns thought Hint tlfu Smith had htnic't
but this was found to bo not so. Tho
tug hooked on ngaln nnd In ought the
vosel nfely to pint, as a close watch
was Kept aboard tho schooner to seo
that she did not get out of lino of tlie
tc wbont again.
New Mercantile Corporation.
The Asail.i Company, Limited, hns
been organized to take over the dry
goods and geneial meuhnndlsc busi
ness of ,1. Asada In Hotel stieet. Tho
capital Is $10,000 divided Into shares
of tuu par value, with the privilege
of Increasing It to JM.000. I. Isada,
president, bus B0 shares; T. lwunngn.
secretuiy und auditor. 20 shares; K.
Knnnnul, Measurer, ono shaie; O. Asa
da, IK shares, and K, Wada, one share
All these ure directors.
WAIALUA HOTEL CO. SUED.
The A. Harrison Mill Co.. Ltd.. haa
biought suit ugalnst the Wnlalua H-j-tel
Co, Ltd., for the recovery cf
IM3.S1 and Interest cm the samiv
from April an, 19ul. nlleged to bo elm
cm goods, waies and merchandise fur
nlshed the defendant. The plnlntllT
eomiilulns that demands hnvo been
nindo on the Hotel Company for pn-ment-oi
the debt but that the defend
ant has neglected' and lofubed to pay.
IVVILEI DENIZENS GOING.
The women who form tho remnunts
of tho Iwllel torrnl will probably leavi
Honolulu soon. Attorney Ilrnoks, who
defended somo of tho membern c,f
the "Quartler Franc nlse" In tho Po
lice Cciuit today, made tho statement
that all tho women wanted to hnoiv
was whether their business would In
tolerated any longer by tho authorities.
If not, they would take tho very next
steamer for tho Coast.
POLICE- OFFICER SUDD.
Ah Hiug has brought suit against
Olllter Ah On for JSOOO damages. Ho
ulleges that Ah On, without nuthenity.
Justification or extenuation by law.
seized, arrested, restrained, detatnecl
nnd Imprisoned him nt tho Voile h stn
t'loii. Ah Hlng appeared before Judgo
Wilcox nnd was discharged becaiiku
the evidence) was Insufficient, and
tills state of affairs has uiubed tho
$10 c RUPTURE CURED
rot . uuLVtfts.
TltouuhiHluiwUt nt in til
Mllxtr (miili'iiwft lot Dili
viuall irlit. t'ltHlmi In
Vfiitioiior Ihr K. fftlir
Ily rihI I'tui fori lit thrii
vi " - b va ' oriotioinmrurirti. iittim
lollHVo. r (jriTtnir full Infonimiimt iLiill, liimiwti
tirlvnnrN4itilvia ttniirtiKilhUuilvl, i KUurHt1r-M
uqnitic tkuis ca "" x "" tin iiiif isca
yii .ff. ,nr .,;,, , 1 , fffrii ,.4.ll in.i'm n
Adt. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cent a line one Insertion! 25
cent two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and '60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people cf
8WEEOISH MASSAGE Hlnn llcnlni;,
Inland Hotel, over Orplieum.
JUST nrrUed, graduate I.elpslg Con
servatory, glvts piano lessons, f.
month; special attention to adult be
ginners. Add, Muslr, this office.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS Ooat shoot
ing prl lieges for the Nanakull lands
are again offered to the public.
Tlujse wishing to seeuru permit,
will he furnished with ticket upon
application at the ollkc of The Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. I'. 011
llnplmm. treasurer. llHC-lm
MISS C. KRUEGER I'lano Instruc
tions; studio, .Metropote bldg., ll'iO
Alakea St., Tel. .Main 345.
in to 1 M
.GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before billing elsewhere; sold
on easy pa inent. Our cushions nrs
guaranteed for twenty ear. and
nre made by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good us new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Seo
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Illlllard Table Works. Chi
cago, Ills. I!i37-2ni
IF VOU HAVE ,10,"!P for rcnt or
,., ,n rn, ,,,.. . A R
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted.
Ofiku Mu Knahumanu street. lS3-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unlo.t
Express Co. has WHITE SAND TOR
SALE. 1543 tf
COTTAGE five or six rooms, by Oct.
1 Addrt-BH II. N.. this ofllce.
WANTED Alt Ice-chest at once; glvo
description. Addles. I. C. till of-
i WANTED A furnished house, to rent
I by Amerlcnn family; no children.
Address (1 this ofllce. 1U52-1W
WANTED A first-class barber. Jcft'E.
KI"K St. 19.51-tf
WANTED. A position ns resident
governed or traveling companion by
n university graduate. Rest of rcf-
erenceK. M. il.. llulletln office.
WANTED Portion by n young lady
a stenographer: ep,rlcnced. L.
II.. P. O. box 3G3. 1931' tf
MANAQER WANTED In every large
county to appoint agents for the la
mous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or clgnis; Inw
fill everywheie; takes plnce of nil
forbidden slut mac hints. Rented oi
sold on ensv pavmi-nts. Senile ter
ritory iiulck. Palmer Illlllard Table
Works Chicago lilt. 1!C7-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Onal
Rings, In the latest stvles. Wntche
lepalled by n Jeweler of 3." sears'
experience. G. DIET., Fort street,
nenr Hotel. ISoStf
ROOM AISP BOARD.
FOR SALE A thoroughbied Holstein
bull. Addles f f this office.
FOR SALE furnltuie for four rooms,
$Hu; with pilvllegeof tenting ii-room
cottage J27..".0; leaving city soon
Addretb I.. II. It, this office.
FOR SALE Stelnwuy parlor grand
piano: pM-iect condition. Call on
Will E. fisher. 1938 tf
FOR SALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier tj pew liters for snlo'
or rent. All makes repaired. Wasa-
Ington Light Co. , l33-lml
FOR SALE Two phaetons In gnocll
condition. One used only a nbortl
time. Address " X.,' llulletln jf-
FOR SALE Lot in MtCullv trnct
liiilxiA J2.2HH, three lots in Knpa-i
hulu. Ifi.iioo sciuare feet. $1,400; lot
on lleretaula St.. ISOxoU. Judd i)l
Co.. Ltd. Olflce No. 307 Stangen-lj
warn iiullillug; telephone Main 22
I'. O. Uox i.B" 1910-lfi
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"Talula." as she now lies In the har
bor. She Is a nenrlv new linat. In1
perfect working order, nnd lias bec-i!
of late used In towing at Kahulul
narijor. v. II Pain.
FRE8H STRAW The Union Express
Co. has n lot of fresh rite straw fo:4
sale. . 1931-tf
AT THE ALOHA Fort
f I (nil $1.:,0 to $2.i0 per
TO LET Slx-iiiiim cottage on College
St.. with stable and nrv ants' epirr
ters. Apply til lleretaula St.
NICELY furnished loom. $5 month;
private family: also front room, $10.
53 Vlucvard St., near Nuuanu.
TO LET Seven-room eottnge, 18U
Punchbowl St. Inepilre nt house lor
further particulars. 1949-lvv
TO LET Two front rooms, No. 9
Garden lane. ISSutf
TO LET House at present oc curded
by Mrs. D. Center, Young street in
tention near Mc Cully tract, Applv
K. F. Rlshop, C. Ilrewer & Co., Queen
St. - 1932-lf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five
room cottage on Vineyard St., he-'
twien Emma und Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Box i12. 1928 if
FOR RENT Two (2) Mory houses nt
Kekuullkc- pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaptolanl
Lstute, Ltd. 192l-tf
TO LET--Newly furnished rooms,
innsipilto proof, terms reasonable,
Thliel lioube above German Ilakery.
Fort St. 1930 tf
TeT RENT A mosepiito proof loom,
flvo minutes' walk from trnincnr In
cool district; board If required; tel
ephone service. Address "E.." Ilul
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave ; electric lights; sanltnry
plumbing, etc, Applj O. Ii., P. O.
box 3C3, 193J tf
' " "
FOR RENT A nw houso on Arte
sian St., of six room with all mod.
ern improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. frashcr, Consolidated Soda
TO RENT Residence of Dr. J. S.
McClrow. cor. of Ucretanla nnd
Richard Sts., suitable for doctor's
office or prlvato residence. Apply
to Dr. 3. S. McGrew, Lunalllo. cor,
llackfeld, or J. T. McGrew, lilshop
IF you have a house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. R. tllNDT,
office with Guide Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant St- Tel
ephono Main 374, 1817-U
FOR LEASE furnished house no'
occupied by Mrs. E. K. Pratt. No.
1081 PunchLowl St.. for two years.
Will be vacant middle of next wee't.
House electric wired. 1915-tf
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St.,
with n rrontnge of 242 feet nnd a
depth ol 70 feet. I.ong term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. rtlONSARHAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
Jas. F. Morgan
ii 6S Queen Ktvaa
New cot'iige on Emma Square, u,.
Joining residence of James f. Morgan
two bedroomt, parlor, illnliig-nioin.
kitchen and bath.
Rent, $10 per month nnd water rute
Possession given October 1. Two single
Apply nt office of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Saturday, September 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Balesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Publlu Auction the Itavi
of property on Queen street, near tlm
corner of Alaunakeu streot
Property has a frontage of 91 feat
on Queen street and a depth of from
141 to 149 feet, with a. rear boundary
oi 58 2-12 feet,
Lpaso bus 2.1 years to run from Jul
IbI. 1901, nt u monthly reutui of $7.".
Further particulars nt my ultlco.
IAS. F. MORGAN.
Tho (lernun-Engllnh-Frtnih Tech
nical Dictionary, proposed some time
ngn by tho Vercln Dtutscher Ingenl
eure, ii now to be definitely taken up,
the society having appointed Dr. Hu
bert Junsen to he editor In chief. The
title of the work Is to he "Terhnolexl
con," and it will comprehend all tech
nlcal sciences, und especially those In
which patent), are granted. It will be
published In threo volumes, each of
which will be alphabetically nuanged
in one of the three languages. The so
citt) invites tho cooperation of tech
nlrnl societies, schools, Industrial es
tablishments, trade societies und Indi
viduals. Those requesting It will be
furnished with special note bookb for
noting down words and phrases, and
nil are Invited to send catalogues,
price lists, books, or other material
which might he useful In aiding In ihii
roi red definition of terms. Sue li con
tilhutlons aro to be gratuitous, but tho
society will bear nil expenses pertain
ing to the preparation and publkatlon
of the dictionary. All communications
should be addressed to the editor of the
Technllnxlcon, Dorothe enstrusso 49,
Merlin, tlermaiiy Engineering News.
Willie Llttleboy Papa, what Is a
Papa A czar, my son, Is a Russian
potentate, nlmost entirely surrounded
by assassins. Puck.
l 4 .( I. VtA -.- .-i -'
ART DE LA MODE
The Lfitcnt l-'iinclcB from
Preparations for the Holidays
ITH A VIEW to finding out
what preparations ouri
merchants are making for
the holidays, and of seeing
what new things are ar
rlvlna from the world of
fashion, I visited the store of
Whitney & Marsh
the other day.
I was greeted very pleasantly by the
courteous head of the firm, who has
but lately returned from the Main.
land, and who chatted very Interest
ingly anent his trip.
When I asked him to ihaw mt utmtt
of the new and pretty things he had
uuugm, ne amiiea and said:
"Why, there are so many that I
scarcely know where to begin: but
the special Item we are showing this
week Is these:
ART DRAPERIES. '-
There they were a table piled full
of them, In a wondrous variety of
colors, double and single face, embrac
ing urecian Heraldic, Egyptian and
Arabesque designs. There were also
Art Denims In pretty, plain shades,
and bright-colored Sllkollnes, and
beautiful 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 eur
tains and portieres, and eoueh covers.
BELTS AND BUCKLES. I
Just to the right of the Draperies, .- k
I saw, hung over the counter about a V.
nunared of 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
belt to droop, giving the fashionable,
long-walsted effect to the wearer. This
buckle Is readily removable, and wh-o
the belt Is worn out the buckle may be
kept and attached to a new belt.
n these I saw the most recent con
ceits, and many are the new IdiVs
that the malftti htua .. a ... r?
. . -... 1 . . - - c iwrtn in li
Fourettes, 8tray-Loek Pins and Hair
wrnamcnis. i ne imitations of re.i
shell are very elever and of course
don t coat anything like the genuine)
The store's assortment of Pursei,
Chatelaines, Shopping Bags and Card
Cases Is excellent, and the pries low
er than I have ever hm th
know that that department will have
a rush of business as Holiday tlm
But the Wash Goods sectlonl How
I could rave over the orettv thlnr,. i
saw therel 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 Cinq
hams and Silk Ginghams, and Madras
Tissues and Pineapple Zephyrs. Thj
plain colors ox-blood and light blue
chiefly are the most popular, but
there Is also a steady demand for ail
stripes and for stripes with small fig.
ures worked In between.
'Unquestionably the moat popular th
nowadays both for men and women Is
the narrow Four-ln-Hand known as
the ''Derby". This tie goes well with
the high band turnover collar, its nar
row width allowing It to be tied In a
four-ln-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 Clubs,
Tecks and Windsors worn. I noticed
a number of ties in the Regatta col
orsMyrtle and Healanl which I was
to Id were to sell at 35c eacn. I think
this low price will be appreciated, as
one doesn't nlways feel like paylnri
75c or a dollar for a tie which Is wor.i
little more than 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 Whitney & Marsh's base
ment salesroom, and it was b-Jutlful.
You couldn't tell It from English Lin
en, and If you could then I am. In the
language or an esteemed contempor
ary of mine, a fringed doylle eervln.j
- m mat mr Dome or Worcester
shire Sauce. There are davllrs of
American linen ind Table Cloths, ton.
and Napkins and several kinds of tow-
eis. i snail ue interested to know hiw
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
Jo 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 always 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 San Francisco.
Many other things I saw In my trip
through this well-kept store Long
Cloths, India Llnons and Victoria
Lawns, sheer and fine; delicate Swiss
es, Wash Chiffons and Organdies, ex
quisite Allovers, Tucklngs, and Em
broideries, Arabian and Valenciennes
Laces, rich Silks and Ribbons; but
of these perhaps I will tell you more
In another letter. BUD BRIER.
. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221. p. O. Box 552.
Sawing, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumbep - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
COTTON BROS. fr CO.
hNGINEERS AND : : :
PI.nkan4Mllm.lef furnished for .11 cl.tMi
KOOM tea, IIOSTON BLOCK.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpoaes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
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