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KVENMNO DUM-I-TIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIIDAY, JUNE 13, 1008.
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Who's Who Among Princely
Gaming Men Of Europe .
The Gambler's Who's Who?" just gold-piece on 'zero,' which Is tlio
...i.ii.iK.,) in Vicuna, has created height of extravagance. Sho Is nn
quite a stir among the habitues of ""y ;, and though a grand
1 dame by birth, who lias lived all her
.Monto -ario, since u euii. -.-, nfo ot court nl)(, , U1)IoltuUc cll.
spade, and furnishes, besides it J clc,, tho excitement of the gimio rcn-
ord ot the gamblers' losses and win-1 (1(,r8 ,Icr oftpl offcI18ho t )tler
nlngs, nn Index to their Idlosincra- ganiP8lergi Slc tlilnks nothing of
clcs. superstitions and general, af- ,m-hjng a niiin or wonmn ns,c or
fairs Tollowlng arc a few excerpts: ,)IcU1)g a qunrri! wUll persons crow'd
"ITIncc Hello dc Sagnn Lost nn n nround l)l(j ,,,,,,-,..
enormous fortuno nt tno mines, nui "Duchess of llcaiifrcniont Oneo
did not care, Blnce tho mono was th n)ost rceMcM of Knmi,ers, she Is
lurmsiieci oy ins iiuuic .villoma- ow tho ,no3t larcfi her one
wife, a multl-mllllonaircss, control- t10llBht l3 , mn1ic hcr itlLonw inbt
Ing IID.000,000. In tormcr dis, out lho BCnBI)n..
when tho Prince made up his mind "Harp,, uothscblld, of Vienna
to gamble, he seldom started with Despite his million, the llaron ts
less than 250,000 franci and cry economy pcrsonlllcd when lie steps to
Gail Our City Afford
To Be Quarantined?
"Should tbo rlairoo conllnuo to -bow a rasr.cil In
errata our cltr probablr will bo quarantined. This
will brlns ruin to our people snd our borne. Tbls
tl aituo In primarily n Ulscnsu oi mo rau- I no biincu
We oder 1100 reward to anyone using Stearns'
Electric Rat and Roach Taste who docs not find
It sjccewful in killing oil rats.
Stefrns' Htcctric Rat and Roach Fasts is sure
death, drivinK tho dangcrons rats out of (he house
to die. It is the only guaranteed rat poison, and
should, for your own protection, be placed in rat
holes and beneath floors and covered pi ices c ery
where. You cannot afford to take any chances ot
quirantine exterminate tho rats with Stearns'
2 oz. box 2Dc; 10 oz. box $1.00.
Sold by drujcUU and fencrsl (tores every hen or
sent direct prepaid on receipt ol price.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.
BUFFALO, N.Y., U.S.A.
frequently found but n handful of
gold In his pockets when the estnb
llshmcnt closed. Tho l'rlncc's afO
the gaming tables. He seldom rlski.
more than the lowest permissible fig
urn rtM.l nffnt ulitnltii 'n fr,i,,rn
fSM.OU. lit, tmnrlnlitv KtmiM. fp.iHnir
tr.-.vagancc for a while, but at tho Ulnt lucl. ...,,,, ..,,, Ulrn nntlgt
anced wife shut her cse.. to this ex
beginning ot tho Winter fceason sho
must havo pulled her purse strings
tighter, for high highness then Join
cd the noblo group of 'gamblers, lim
"Cornelius Vanderbllt, Capitalist,
New York Annually tslts Monte
WAREROOMS OF THAYER PIANO CO.,
156 Hotel Street
M. E. SILVA
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
embalming, to that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
uroduco a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
peak for itself.
0ffice..ll20 FORT ST.; Phone 179;
Night Oall, 1014
Thoroughbred' Registered Jersey Bulls
The purc-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y, E., A. J. 0. C, No. 60247,
nail Guennn Lad. 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
The Belle of New York
Never rode in a more com
fortable car than the one I
offer for public use at lowest
prices. Care in management
and discretion in the selection
of roads make this the favor
ite of all public conveyance.
J. A. M'LEOD,
Tel. 244 Public Chaffeur.
htm. Tvvonls francs is ulfo his limit
as to losses, and there Is no happier
man In nil Monte Cnrlo than tho
llaron when lie turns that much."
"Prlnc.CBS Ilaltlijanvl Twent
flvo and beautiful, her husband a tot
tering old m.ui of S3 or 84. Tho
Carlo nnd never falls to patronize tho nrgt (iny 6ho ,-,,,- to Monto Cailo'
I 1... 11.... tea - nnan nnfnfltl ' ... .. .' ...
wasinu, uui uiciu m " !.- '""". witn tne.I'rlii-O lie gao nor live gold
gambler for a millionaire. Indeed, plcccB wlth ,Ulc)l lo lr). ,Icp IlIcl I
it Is doubtful whether he goes to tho Wtn ths nmount (j2o. sho won
-a i- . . . 1 t. I f.l..U (.( ' - ..
uasino 10 see aim iiivei inuiiua .,. 25,000 fiancs, a stroke of good lmU
to play. Ills 'economy Is proverbial nocr sInco duplicated uy i,cr,
among tho habitues of the Earning though bIio Is Hill n successful gam-
tables, and ho never lost heavily nt
nnj time. On tho other hand, ho re
peatedly won largo nmounts without
feeling obliged to risk his winnings."
Edwnrd VII, King of England
Has not gambled Blnce ho assumed
tho royal dignity. As Prlnco ot Wales
lie was a frequenter of tho Casino.
Though affecting to bo careless of
both winnings and losses, ho hnd his
head full of well-tried sj stems and
combinations, nnd occasionally won
big amounts. Hut notwithstanding
these windfalls, he Usually was n
loser at tho end of every season."
"Orand Duke Vladimir of Russia
Of all tho Imperial Grand Dukes fre
quenting the Casino season after sea
ton, Grand Duke Vladimir Is tho most'
reckless gambler, never being con
tent to have stakes at one tabto alone.
Ho usually plays simultaneously at
thrco or four tables and pays the
croupiers a percentage for taking
caro of his winnings. If ho loses,
they get nothing. While tho game
Is on thd Imperial Highness Is 'for
ever perambulating between the tlir-
bler. The Prlnco Is one of the most
New York. N. Y May 30. Scot
land jnrd detectives, aided by Pln
kerton men, havo been working for
snmb time In this city under the 'II
lectlon of tho llrltlsh Government,
through Consul Gonernl Ilcnnctt, on
the theory that nn important branch
ot au K.ist- Indian revolutionary
movement is in cNlstcncc here. Hin
dus suspected of being agents ot the
revolutionists nnd tlio men with
whom they assoclnte, cither in i bus
iness or social v,ny, have1 been put
under surveillance. ,
Pnrticular.)Uttcntlon has been paid
by tbcdctccUica to the Clan-Nil-Gael
and tho virjojjs IrlBlirjtffret societies.
Itwns cialrpc'il thn( mc Idcntlllcd
with the various-Irish societies havt)
been instrumental In promoting tho
growth of similar societies In tIndln,
giving the 'natlvco the benefit of
their experience In tho matter of or
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fcrcnt tables, not hnvlng patlenco ,,., du. ,niiioriiii. .i.,i
enough to wait and see whether he ,)rmo,llne hostility to llrltlsh rulo
has won or lost. Sometimes ho waits (ll mlai
until the Casino closes beforo asking
for his wlnnlngB nt n distant table."
"Tho Princess Khlka Alwass
risks tho maximum. On her reckless
dajs she often throws, In addition, a )0 a party.
VlBlt ot President Fallleros to Lon
don may bo followed by a llrltlsh-
Krcnch alliance to which Russia wll'
THE HOME OF
STEINWAY & SONS PIANO
ALSO THE STARR AND OTHER GOOD PIANOS
There have been four generations of STEINWAY pianomakers--WILLIAM
STEINWAY, the first; THEODORE and WILLIAM, the
second; CHARLES, who is president of the Company; and five oth?r
STElNWAYS.,who are heads of the different departments. Several
young STEINWAYS are in the business, being instructed to take up
the work later. THEODORE STEINWAY was the world Y greatest
genius in Piano construction. N -
The result is that the STEINWAY PIANO has no peer.
We sell them and our other Pianos at an honest .price and easy
Shoppers and Business Men
tired people and thirsty people nerve worn and brain weary
.people people who just like to tickle the palate occasionally
with a delicious beverage all classes, ages and sexes
During the month of March last, a merchant of Honolulu died. The
Jamily selected a burial service exaotly similar to that given to the
members of the Harrison Mutual Association, and the cost to them was
In May, another Honolulu citizin died who had been a member of
the Harrison Association for more than three yean. He received the same
service and goods as the first man, but the cost to liim was only $10.50.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
The Special Dispensation continues through the month i of June. .
The Satisfactory Beverage
Has more to it than wetness or sweetness. It relieves fatigue of braint
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body ana nerves; quenqnes me unrsi us uuiuiug ci.c win,
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