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If 1N HONOLULU
K fc VISITORS MADE WELCOME AND
K m ENTERTAINED BY PLEASANT
a m SOCIAL FEATURES TO DE
I m FOUND IN ORGANIZATIONS
Tho clubs of Honolulu nro n feature
In tlie city which excite pleasant com
ment from all visitors. l'p-to-date In
every way, they welcome strangers
nnd cntcrtnln them In the plcasantcst
manner, A short description of aov
eial of them may lie Interesting.
Tho Pacific Club occupies a spac
ious building on Alakca street, where
friends of members nio hospitably en
tertained. Tourists and army and
navy oniccrs passing through lluno.
lulu's gates aro generally accorded
xpeclal attention. Tho house. Is nice
' ly furnished, havlug all tho acces
sories of an Institution of this char
acter, surh ns n leading room, bllllan.
loom, dining room mid buffet.
There aro n hundred ncthe mem
bers, who nro prominent In tho com-i
mcrclal and social affnlrs of tho city
The club was organized halt a cen
tury ago under tho name of tho llrltlnh
Club, but In leccnt years i hanged its
immo lo the present one. j
The I'nlt entity Club was Instituted'
three yiars ago. Am Us immo hull '
latcs It Is composed of unhorslty men,1
nearly nil of whom nio graduates of'
Harvard, Yule. Columbia and other!
mainland colleges. On its member
ship roll thcie arc also several Wo3t
l'olnt and Annapolis men. A tottugi'
on tho grounds of tho Itoynl llav.nllim
Hotel Bcrves as Its present quarters
though n more lommodlous club house
Is In contemplation. An air of socia
bility is always prevalent In Its lozy
np.irtmentK. This club extended Hb
courtesies to tho Southern California
ICdltorlal Assoclatlou, who And much
plcasuro In availing themselves of
That progressive fraternity, the
Klks, rendezvous In a frame, building
r.ow, but they nro soon to occupy a
milto In a brick and stone building
now being ercctcl. Tlicj are royal en
tertainers, having a happy faculty of
making tho stranger feel at borne.
The Honolulu Klks aro a good deal llko
thoso ono meets In other parts of the
world genial, sociable and fond of
n good time. Tho herd hero have con
tributed a good deal of entertainment
to tho public In tho way of minstrel
and dramatic performances, many ol
than the other
because it is
better made and
Your grocer de
livers a case for
Works Co, Ltd.
F. L. WALDRON, Agent.
LOCAL MAN INVITES VISITING
NEWSPAPER MEN TO STAY
AND MAKE THEIR HOMES IN
HAWAII'S MATCHESS CLIME
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i The Jovial and gentlemanly
Richard H. Trent of Trent '& Co., '
1 to whom we arc all Indebted for X
much exquisite cntrtalnment, if
has some novel things to say .
about us and Hawaii nel. The
K Bulletin Is delighted to print X
what follows. 5
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I An Economist
A National Cash Register Is
an economist and a provider. It
records sales and all transac
tions affecting cash or credit.
It tells you who the soldier Is
In your salea department and .K
who errs It: making change. It
makes no dlffcrenco how small )j
tho business Id the sales can bo ')
made larger by Its use, J
FOR THE OFFICE. J,)
Hawaiian Office &
k Specialty Co.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PAINTINO, PAPER HANGING AM"
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu HoUi
Stores on Fort Street $25.00 per
Cottage on .Artesian Street 910.00
Cottage on Young Street $18.00 ptr
Dwelling house, Pensacola & Wil
der Ave. Large lot, stables and chick
en run. $25.00 per month.
nv uictiAHu ii. tiu:nt.
Tho editors arc with in. And tho
editresses. Cod bless them. They arc
n lot o'f Jolly good folks. Happy the
land that sends them. Illest la Ha
waii In their coming. Our tropic sun
learns his welcome. The clouds drop
l.'qul 1 greeting. Trade-winds whisper
alohas. And our hcart's-blood leaps
with nleasuro at 'heir nresciice.
I . MS
Hawaii Is a l'aradlsc. A good place j Cass 1fAt Bfl YfiftaTG
214 acret adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increased.
7 acres Paakea (out Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, stables, fish
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolulu.
Will accept any reasonable offer.
Lots In Kalmukl, cleared $300.00
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO COMPANY.
156 AND 153 HOTEL STREET,
Opposlto Young Hotel.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
for editors n-lhe. tin gntes nro al
ways njar. Tho land Hows with mill. I
and honey, llanhun's ass hrays occa
sionally, but wise folks go on and en
joy. There's always bread for dally
vatit. The "walking delegate" Is un
known, liven printer's "devils" nra i
nngcllc. Tho Ink never freeses tip.1
Tho spring poet never shoots.
Cheer up tho worst Is yet to come!
Dollcious coffeo grown on our hill
tides, but goes to waste becauso no
tariff encourages Its Ingathering.
There's sugar n-plenty for nil our cups,
but tho heathen Cliluco Is forbidden
lo conic nnd work tho fields. Our
1'earl Lochs arc adapted for n nnvnl
station' that could defy and withstand
tho wnr-IIecU of nil Chllntcndom am1,
all heathendom, but there aio no ify
propilatlons for development. Wo
nio tho sentry of tho Western fitiu
tier, but a pirate-ship could capture us
nnd gag us before wo could say "bo
sheep," because wo uic not fortified.
Hllo Hay might harbor tho merchant
vessels of nil nations. If only she had
n breakwater. Wo have homo slle3
for thousands of retired tollers, but
they don't know about It. I
Lend us a helping hand. Spread I
tho tidings itiund. Think nbnut us
T.bcn you'vo departed from us. Cinno
back when you can. Send our elill-'
ilren to sco us. Tho lntcli-strlng will
hii Veil uu-d for ovcr-Hlflif
' AllLMuaa ce jiiotnera
vi:AI4 n MILUOXM tf 1
T'ltu pcrrect lucctu. it
Iho OUMB, ALLAYS Oil ,PWH,
S tho CHILD, 60H
iff. t I 'ij .11
ini .fw.ttiL., sii-ui a uu .lH-f",
CUni'.S WIKD COLIC riml b tho
belt remedy lor m akki iua. pcia
by PniSKUU la every rart of tbi
vrorlJ. lio nuru and pik for Mrs.
no other kind. Xeittl 0tUt.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carrlag
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to' them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: ::
Gold Mounted BackCombs
J. A. R . ViBira&Co.
113 HOTEL STREET nr, FORT ST.
ha rnw of lh 'dT For SI year.
WEATHER FOR TRIP PERFECT
AND 8CENERY OF UNEQUAL-1
ED MAQNIFICANCC SEEN BY
VI8ITORS ON LOVELY DRIVE
Unlike tho mnn of whom wc read
In .the good bdok, who gave the wed
ding feast nt which tho best wlno wins
served Inst, tho people of Honolulu
lmvc not navod tho beat of their en
tertainment for the Southern Califor
nia visitors till tho last. They have
given them (he best all tho time. Tho
visit to tho Pall Saturday, September
S, mado In tnllybos and carriages, waa
nn event that will over bo remember
ed with pleasure and Interest bj the
Visitors. Tho day would not huvo
been more perfect hal It boon or
dered for the occasion, and the rttlo
along tho smooth mountain road as
well nB through tho streets of Hono
lulu presented a spectacle which for
beauty nnd grandeur could not bo Bur
passed anywhere. All tho wny up
tho mountain Is presented nn ever
changing scene of beauty, each n pic
ture within Itself, Dciutlful moun
tain streams, valleys dotted hero and
there with groves of trees surround
ing inviting-looking homes, mansions
on tho mountainside with spacious
nnd artistically nrranged grounds and
modern In every detail, please nnd In
terest tho traveler untjl tho summit I
leached. Over th precipice and foi
mllcB along tho volley Is witnessed n
scenp tho beauty and grandeur of
which will not ba forgotten, but can
not bo described.
Many Interesting legends attach to
tho mountain pass. It was formerly
a itllghtx cleft or fissure near tho top
In the face of an almost perpcndlculnr
mountain range. Only a narrow and
dangerous trail furnished means for
reaching tho summit. Tho most nota
ble event connected with tho Pall was
the terrible slaughter of the nrmy of
King Kalanlkupule, which occurred In
liDJ, when tho forces of King Kiwil
hameha of Hawaii landed upon Oahu
and npor several engagements drove
Kalanlkupulo's fortes, up tho narrow
prss nnd 'over tho precipitous pall,
vvlicro thousands met death. It Is sold
not ono that got Into the upper valley
escaped. On account of tile legends
connected with tho Pall It Is regarded
with n degreo of roverenco by many
of Iho natives.
First Hobo "Did yer ray dat Willi
had been gcttln' ono of dem quick
lunches?" Socond Hobo "Ho touk II
when do loldy wasn't lookln'."
A lllty-dollar suit won't thlno It you
have on a fifty-cent pair of shoes.
barefooted. It Is unhealthy and they are likely to catch
some contagious disease,
' ' We have the largest and most complete stock of chil
dren's shoes ever shown, consisting of Laee Boots, Oxford
Ties, Slippers, Pumps and Sandals. Prices to fit every pocket
book In town, as well as a shoe to fit every child In town.
Remember' Children like to buy from us because wo
take prlds In pleasing thorn.
80c to $3.-50
Manufacturers Shoe Co,, Ltd,,
J 051 Fort Street.
'Phone Main 282
n 3 -' -t"iY ttf 4
t $ K
At" Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP A CO., the
etore In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retiring from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPP
CO.'S storee the entire stock of Porter's at prices which have
never been placed en furniture here before.
J. HOPP & CO. carry on their own account a large stock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's stock, so
thiy will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you end the prise will be less tnan you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a stock which .Included some
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter's
stock out of the way.
Tho stock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now Is the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACE!
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNO BUILDING BISHOP 8TREET.
A Square Deal
Everv Man and Bov
GLOBE CLOTHING CO.,
64 HOTEL STREET.
Dispensers of Suit Satisfaction
Suits of Longevity.
FOR MEN AND
WARM WEATHER WEARABLES
This titore employs an experienced tailor, whole cervices are
free to customers. This applies to every customer who purchat.es a cult
hero. Before leaving tho storo, the suit, when necessary, Is altered free,
to exactly fit the purchaser without loclng Its stylo qualifications ,
Look Prosperous Make
A Good Impression
That you can do by wearing our clothing. Our present prices make It
extremely easy for you, and If we supply your suit It certainly will be cor
rect in style, quality and every other detail.
Our i.ults for Autumn weather aro cool and comfortable as well as
nobby in appearance. Our new styles arc Ltrlklngly handsome and will
appeal to particular gentlemen. These special Fall cultu have crjated a
great deal of interest among the liland's best dressers. Always pleasant
to wear. Why not drees comfortably when you can do It economically In the
best fashion at THIS Store?
The coats are made single or double breasted, In that late style, with
full bell box coat, three buttons, full rcll, snugly fitting collars, shapely
choulders, loose backs, with either quarter, half, three-quarter linings, or
full lined. The colorings are beautiful ones of many varieties, all of them
being of a shade that will not show dust. The trousers are artistically
made and have that catchy hang.
Aren't These Prices Right?
Any alio Man's Suits from a Large und llamlsomo Assortment
$8 up to $22.50
Every Quit purchased In this storo will be pressed, cleaned and re
paired, called for and delivered whenever desired for One Entire Year alter
It was bought, 2SJ(- FREE OF CHARGE)
Clothing the Boy
, Should Wear
No pains 'are spared on our part In looking after the boys' clothing
needs. It's looking a long way ahead perhaps, but wc want to clothe that
boy when he Is a man. In the meantime wc take a fatherly Interest In
him and see that his clothes are as they should be stylish, strong as
Mothers who know the standard of fit, .style and workmanship In our
clothes for boys will appreciate what it means to get our boys' suits at such
Low Prices. There are Russian, Sailor, Norfolk and double-breasted sulU
In this stock. Beauty and stylo Is evident In every eult and they appeal to
boy and parent, as they are just the kind to etand the grip of the school
yard, The early-comer will get the widest choice. Mothers are welcome
to come and look.
JTO v stffci "it
Telephone .Main 17
P. O, Box 40
Suits for Boys of all ages, from
$2.r50 up to $T50
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