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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It , SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1008.
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THE DOCTOR says " drink beer" when
you're worn out and runv down; because
good beer is a food and a tonic. If it will
strengthen the weak and the nervous isn't it
reasonable to say that it will keep you strong?
The virtue of Primo is not in the alcohol.
There is only 21-2 per cent of that.
It is in the malted barley - a digested food,
the hops a tonic and an aid to sleep.
There is nothing more healthful than Primo Beer;
because it is rightly made and absolutely pure
THE PROPER DRINKING of PRIMO BEER
NOT THE ABUSE OF IT IS GOOD for the
WEAK and the WELL.
HONOLULU BREWING & MALTING CO.,
Socicty and Dog Show
'I lie coming log snow If tile Ha
wr.llun Kennel C I ill) will occur .Inly
20th, 21M, Wml mill 23M ill I'alaco
Squato l'nrk, Kim; nnd Merchant
Bluets. In I ondon, New York, Chica
go ninl lUmlon It Is nlwnjs a uoclelj
thnl we arc entliclj unbiased ,ln this
matter since- her liit ronctrt tin. Critic k
Ins tnken no aiUciliscmunt for her
Mien Aitclo Morgan's mar rl arc to
Mr. John Kb-mlng will occur on Sep I
WARER00MS OF THAYER PIANO CO.,
. 156 Hotel Street
And kept in. repair by. men who
know their buiineisX-No amateurs
do the work in our Oarage.
Von Hamm - Young
ttnt, ntul I understand tint rpcral tomber 2. The popular oung elrl has I
l..1t.. n-.i..it I I. ....... .... rnnnllmt Hlfltiv Intnr-nullncr emu. nlrj '
lilt' Isi'ClilllJ IHIJIIMI1VIII Jilllllil ill" -v.... , ...n ...t (
pcultiK 111 thu nu Rtrcct cowns llo of her frlculs' nffcctlon iliirhiR thei
liolulu Is slowly nwaUciiliiK to the fact t'lMt few wtoki.
that Ihc hrceilliiB of koI dogs Is mil
InturalliiK anil profit ililo occupation. r. ami Mis. Waltir Ilrliickeiholt
It Is n mat relief to many fair ow.i- Bo l'rcuy uuintr nisi ocnn-K in
trH of raiiM nnlmnli that tho bIiow Is "onoi oi.Mr nun .Mrs u t .Maix,
111 the open all. The clogs certainly
wcio not ton comfortable at the last
slum ami all that lias been remem
bered. A pleasing factor as an Influ
ence, at the last fhow Is that there
liao been quite u number of Island
bred puppies 111 tho sporting dog pup
pi class. Mr. I). 1'. It. Isenberg, ihe
president of the club, has long been
known as a uucder of aluable an
who aro so soon Hailing for Kurop
Those nskul to meet them wcro Mr
mid Mrs. Clho l);ile, Mr. and Mis
on Holt, Judge mid Mrs. Sidney I1
lou. Hoses formed thu ccnterpli :!
and corsage hoiiqiiLts were at each
Ono of the charming dinners of the
wtek was glen on Thursday b
Imats and his' dogs wilt undoubtedly 'Jm,K an'1 Mrs w '' Stanlo The
tako a prominent placu In tho forth- lal,I waB nrtitlcall dttorated with
coming Bhow. The ontrlts closo at 3 roscs. nlll Kucsts penmen .Mr ami
m. on Saturday. July 11. and no Mr- ' aiu.
I)r and Mrs 1'.
Is required to show your " itmnplirls, llrltlsli Consul nml .Mrs.
Forstcr, Mr. mid Mrs. U. I)aies, Miss
Stanley and Mr. David Aiukrsou
Bridge was placd during the cen
Thu Punahou Alumni
held their annual reunion on tho col-
lego grounds yesterday afternoon, and, Madame Illancho Arral will attract
Judging by those who attended nil Ho- many to the Opera Hnusu on Monday
nolulu aeomcil Interested In tho affair, opening She comes highly Bpokcn of
Signal flags anil largo ones as well, and her performance promises nrlu
'ae the groundB a festive appearance She will appear In nnny nngnlftccnt
nnd the largo tables, upon which were costumes and sing from gram) opera
heaped luscious specimens of bland and other light flpcras
fruits, temptingly dlsplajc.l a prac- .
Ileal demonstration of whal can bo 0no of tht" I'rottlcst nnd Jolllest
done here. Thero was an nblo address ilances Imaglnablo was ghen at the
by Judge Perry read by Mr. Arthur Moantt llolcl "n Monday zoning b
Alexander, and a speech by Ilev. H. ho High School. There wcro hum
W. Chamberlain. A pleasing feature drcds of KU0B8 " trlppc-J the light
of tho afternoon was amcltatlon bj fantastic toe until a Into hour,
pretty Alice Spalding and dainty Ilttlo ,. - ,, .. .,
Klnau Wilder and her brother James I Mrs- A'onzo ?""' wa' fcnlnl
sang a French song In their Inlmlt. ll0atss a J,,cn'ct at lA"?, Pen'n.8ula
ahlo way. Margery Wakefield amp01) TuoIy for-Mrs Arthur Wood
Kzra Crano in costume, gao a spirited "" l8 "'nB B0,,"c" tclcil T" 0a
Irish song.' A presentation of BlUor aB P"fect a,lJ tho BUotU were do
was most desencdly made to Miss A "sMfully entertained
I.. Hasforth, who will soon Mslt her
1-on.o in aermuny. Mrs. Arthur Wall
warf In charge of tho cocoanut booth, husband's natal
assisted by Mrs. Richard Cooke, ,. . . . ,
,,, ,, . i r, ., , ..I day, Tho evening passed nil too
T lr,,Ca "1,,. auickly, and the rubbers were unusual-
jy ciiy ones
also picturesquely arranged nnd there
For Mitlnfc, drlnklns, end cooklnfe
Putc, Dt-llclous, Nuirlllous
IQIttlKID u. m PAT otuct
BreaVfatt Coco, 1-2 lb tins
UaVtViChocoUle&inrwecttticd), I 2lb.ctkct
Gcmun Svicti QiocoUlc, 1-4 lb. caIcs
Ict itto b Lnarilnft Grocer
Id Hon ufu
WALTER BAKER & CO. Lid
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
A'y IIIGHBST AWARDS IN LUFOPG
Believe in Lucky Numbers
THE HOME OF
STEINWAY & SONS PI ANO
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 fiveothzr
STEINWAYS, 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's greatest
genius in Piano construction.
The result is that the STEINWAY PIANO has no peer.
We sell them and our other Pianos at an honest price and easy
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
Spring Floert, New Bibboni,
Feather and Hati Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order,''
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL,
Atli DBCOUIHTH ;
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NEW JERSEY-MOSQUITO EQQS
on exhibition at the
NEXT TO THE THEATER.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
don by tht
v Ith th.lr n.w FRENCH dry clemlne
25 Bsretanla 8L Phone 1491.
wcro shown tlilrty-nlno dlltcrcnt klnU
ot maiiKocs. Mlsa II. Ruth Young hail
tho miscellaneous fruit J booth , and
among tho specimens was a papaya
neighing ten and a half pounds. There
were fort ono different fruits exhib
ited. Mrs. Alonro Hartley had ll.u ba
nana and pincapiila section. Need
less to say one's mouth literally wat
ered at sight of tho tempting dlspla).
Tlio lcmonado booth, nn lmpruniiilii
factor, decorated with artistic citrus
boughs and fruits, was presided over
by Mrs. V. llabbllt. President Qrlf
llths' address was listened to with
plensuic, nnd a Jolly game of baHcball,
captalneil b Clarence Cooke, com
pleted a most cnjojablo afternoon. Tit
Mr. Oerrlt Wilder, who had full clnrge
ot tho affair, Kb success can bo ab
IributLd. His zeal and untiring en
ergy in this good cause Is thoroughly
well known nndthu results winch ho
nhun obtains aro wonderful.
High School Dance
(jood music, much happy laughter,
and muny ga nnd pretty faces, as
sured tho success of tho High School
dance, glcn at tho Hawaiian Hotel
last ocning. Flags and bunting
draped tho circular lanal which Is al
ways bo cool and delightful for danc
ing. Refreshments of a delicious nn
luro were served nnd, lcmonado in an
enormous punch bowl allayed tho
llilrat which always cuds from violent
exercise. It was a thoroughly success
ful and delightful occasion.
A. delightful picnic luncheon wns
given on Wednesday by Mrs. Arthur
Wull at tho Lowers' Walklkl place In
honor of MrB.A'rthur Wood.Tho rooms
were beautifully decorated with
ascension lilies, palms and greens,
itnrt tho html was "ii bower of beauty.
Among the guests wero Mis, II. Wat
crhnuse, Mrs. dcorgo Carter, Mrc
Achilles, Mrs. Gait. Mrs. W. Ilabbltt,
Mis, Howard Hitchcock, Mrs. J. A.
Oilman, Mrs. Qartley.
Who la Madame Arral t
In commenting upon the nppcaranco
of Mndamo Arral tho 'Critic," Ade
laide, sajs: "Sho travelled by mall
boat to Melboiirno and took tho I'rln
conn theatre for ono night. Then Mci
bourno was conquered. No ono had
heard tho llko of hor singing. Dig au
dlenics for six nights followed. Tho
Critic can confidently say that her
olco Is tho equal bf Dolores and Mad
amo Melba's as far as tho lighter work
Is concerned, Marvellous rango Bho
can tako IS flat with tho oaso that any
other porfonnor can tako tho lower O.
In tho lighter or Conllncntal stjlo of
miihlc bar equal hns novor been heard
In Adelaide, Ho mnnolotis aro her
powers that tho Critic asks "Who Is
this Madame Arral? That oho Is"
known to famo uuder eoiuo other name
In bejond question probably some
great Continental singer masquerading
under nnoth'er name. Later on tho
mjstety may bo cleared up. To show
Lloutcnnnt Commander Muses nnd
Mrs. Moses will be pleasant nddilloni
to tho local society set. Lieutenant
Commander Moses succeeds Captain
Tho Young hotel roof garden has
been well patronized these warm even
ings. It will bo a delightful meeting
place during tho Fleet's lslt.
Mrs, Schaefer gaorn luncheon nt
Ilosoband on Tuesday at which wero
tweho guests. Bhe has cards out for
n largo nt homo next week.
Mrs. James II. Castlo is stllb far
from well, and has a trained nurso
Sho will prnbabi') remain nt her couu
try place scernl weeks.
Judge nnd Mrs. Sidney Dallou wcrp
tho host and hostess of nn elaborate
dinner In honor ot Secretary Garfield
Mrs. Harrison nnd Miss Roscnfcit
ot Davtnpoit, Iowa, aro isltlug Mrc.
L M, Whltehouso lu Nuuauu.
Mrs, EuVard Damon will return to
Moanalua on Saturday after seeral
weeks outing nt the bench,
Miss Annie Pnrk, who Is still on
Tantalus, is Improving rapidly. Mrs,
Wallbrldgo Is with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wnll are at
their Walklkl residence tor tho sum
Mrs. K. Lowroy was tho hostess it
u ten In honor of Mrs. Arthur Wood
Mrs. W. O. Smith gate a prcttv
luncheon for Mrs. II I'. Baldwin on
Mrs. l'nrsons Is at Port Shatter She
nrrhed lu tho Sherman.
Mlsa Nina Adams sailed lu tho Ala
meda for tho Coast,
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT wc use is rcla PAINT and nut
on as Pairii should le. We can v.uth
pride point out to jou the houses
oaintcJ by us.
U. KINO ST.
Lusty i(rns S-S-Sipns
Fourth of July
Flags all sizes!
Send in Your Orders Early.
Wall, Nichols Co.
FOR THE .
CAN HELP YOU
i,i m-rrju ,
MAUI FLEET HOOKUPU
(Special to the 11 u 1 1 o II ri)
WAH.UKU, Maul, Juno 20. -Tho
Fleet llookupu Committee, headed by
District Magistrate W. A. McKa),
will meet InWailuku court liouso
this Saturday afternoon for the pur
pose of arranging u plan for tho
hookupu to be held nt Lnhalnn. Soma
of tho members ot the committee
seem to think that tho best low nt
tho Hattleahlp Fleet with their con
voys will bo obtained fiom Kahnkii
Ion I'olnt, as tho ships pasiTdnwn in
squadron formation on their way to
Honolulu, while, tho four- ships will
part company and come to Lahnlnn
to ghn many ot Uncle Sam's patriotic
citizens on Maul an opportunity to
Judge of the greatness of tho Ameri
We buy your Diamonds, Old Watch
es and Jewelry for SPOT CASH.
1018 NUUANU ST. and
FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
WING CHONG C()
KINO. ST. NEAR BE1HEL '
Dealers in Furniture Mattiessef
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigatiou
purposes n specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Bulletin Busines. Office Phone 236.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phono 183.
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