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BVBKINq 6PLLBT1N. HONOLPLP.T. II, SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, 1908
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Many good people who drink
malt extracts for their tonic properties will not
drink beer because they regard it as an intoxi
cant. Now, there is virtue in malt extracts,
without a doubt; but they contain from six to
seven per cent, alcohol.
Beer contains only about three per cent,
alcohol Primo Beer contains less than three
per cent. Isn?t it reasonable then to say that
malt extract is more an intoxicant than Primo
Rather, it is more nearly correct to say that neither are
Doctors arc now recommending beer to patients because
it assimilates better than malt extract and it has no ill effects.
And it lias richer food and tonic properties than malt extract.
A prominent local doctor said recently "if people would
drink more Primo Beer we would have fewer anemic patients.
We Would have less stomach trouble and nerve disorder. In
every way the use of Primo Beer promotes health."
Besides all this, Primo is the most delightful beverage
sold in this climate.
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Cider Vinegar ; White Pickling Vinegar
Apple Butter in 3-Pound Crooks
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HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
TI10 Ynlo Alrnnnl held mi enjoyable
banquet nt the University Club ou
Monday evening, the, object being to
organize a permanent association.
Tohsts,'"speechTes and soiirm enlivened
tlio occasion, vyhlch was a nvunorablu
ono. The following ttoniliintloiu vi-rc
made: Dr. W. D. Alexander of the
class of '55 tin, president; lte. Di
Dorcmus ScuJdor, vlco iitesldcnt; C.
F. Clomons, secretary; II. C. Cooke,
treasurer, and a commltteo to perfect
the details of the organlzition consist
ing of J. P. Cooke, A. K. Judd nnd H.
i:. l!ond., Tlio following list comprlsoi
tlio Yale residents In Hawaii: illrnm
Bingham, W, D. Aloxninkr, 0 N. Wil
cox, C. W. Hill, O. J, Augur, D. Scud
der, W. V. Frenry Q. It. Carter, .1. H.
Oalt, A. C. Alexander, li I) llaMnln,
I. A. Dickey, J. M. Lldgnlc, V A. riald
win, A. Wi Carter, A, 0. Jl Hobtrtk0nv
.1 I'. Cooke, J, A. Mntthu.i..nn, S. II.
Wadhnms, C. F. Clcmons, V I) i)ad
V. Hccs, Mr. and Mrs. MiOi.nllcas,
Captain Wix, U. a. N., and Ciimiumler
Ollxer. Nearly all Hie guests went on
to tho ball nl the Moain hotel.
Miss Juliette I'eiifn of llcrkclcy
will bo n luncheon hostess this nftr
uooii, entertaining at the Claremont
Cottntrj Club in honor of Miss Violet
Damon of Honolulu, who hag been
her guest for several weeks. A dor
en. girls have been hidden to the nf
falr, and later will attend n tea to
bo given by Miss Kastinuu at UcrUe-
ley. Miss Sadlo Towlo of Kast Oak
land has sent out tards for one day
next week, when she will entertain
for Miss Damon. Oakland toclety
A pretty dinner was also given In
the ward room on Tuesday nIMit by
Chaplain ainty. U. S N., and Lieut.
II. Jensen, U. 8. N. Flowers and fenm
made tho table attractive and the pict-
win, C. M. Cooko, Jr., C It Htnun.,ty women about the table looked un
wa, A. F. Judd. J. n. Judd. C V. t'et- usually atlractlvo under the subUu.-u
qrson, a. A. Wilder, o. 11 cot.U'i, It. 'light.
B. Anderson, P. P. Haldwlu, It. P.
Judd, W. T. Hnwllns, n. S. llosmer. It.
Among tho guests were Mr.
and Mrs, Falrchlld, tho latter looking
very beautiful; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
i:. Bond, J. L. Hopwood. A. S. Baker, Macfarlano. MIbsos Holm nn,l All
0. P. Cooke, D. L. Oleson. II Cart-, Macfarlane, Ueut. PoUet, U S X..
wriBKiu, jr., in. w. aiuii, w. a. uroon- Lieut. CoiiBtelit. U. S. N.
Hfdl, A. Kaulukoti, R. C .Cooke, W, C.
Love, 8. A. Baldwin,)!. 0. Spencer.
Sons of Golden West
Mr, Rajmond de B."Layard was en
tertained at dinner last evening by
Governor Cleghorn of Alnahau most
Tho grand ball given at tlio Moana' delightfully, nnd those asked to meet
hotel on Wednesday evening wbb at- him were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Korstb?,
tended by hundreds of guests who Dr. and Mrs. P. II. Huinphrls, Mr. and
much enjoyed tho hospitality of thai Mrs. George. Dnvlcs, Judge nnd Mrs
Native1 80ns nnd Daughters of thejIW. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Francis M.
Golden West In celebration of Call-jswamy, Mr. David Anderson. The
lornla's admission Into tho Union, Tho table was beautifully adornod with
reception committee, consisting of roses In their cut glass bowls. Mr.
Mrs. 0. C. Scott (chairman). Miss I,uc- I.ajunl expects to sail for his new
as. Miss Weir, Miss Bowman, Mrs.' post In Manila next week.
Whitehead, Mrs. Nojes, Mrs. Soulc.l 1
Miss Tollan, Mls Waltz, and Mrs.j The stag dinner given at tho Pa
Tlmmons, received the guests In a clljc Club by Mr. George Davics In
most hospitable, manner and tho grand honor of Mr. Raymond de II. Laynrd
march, led by Governor and Mrs. was a very successful affair. The
Frear. Secretary of Territory Mott- guests asked to meet Mr. Lavard wcro
Smith and Mrs. Mott Smith, was an Dr. F. II. Huinphrls, Mr. Harry Whlt
ovent moetlng with the approval of ncy jU(iBe Stanley, Mr. Ralph Fors
oyerybody. Mr. Thomas A. ,0'Brlon teri Mr DavIU AndcrBon Jlr, Jumc8
wbb tho able floor manager and ho was cockburn.
assisted by Messrs. P. C. linos, P. 0.1 '
Ndjes, F. R. Nugent, C. K. Murray. M. Mr w. n. Cagl0 js entertaining the
II.Drummond. C. H. Belllna, J. Lnch, Harvard Club this ovcnlng with' a
J. M. Levy, C. H. Raven and O. C.hoteT mmr nl hg Tantn,,18 ro.
Scott, A liberal supper was served .lonco." About thirty members liaxo ac
ond the Royal Hawaiian hand plavcd. ceptc(i B0cra, u ,nR al ,ho Colflt
Tn AtawtntlHaataavil1 tlninlmttb t S v. .
""""" .uu..u..-u uu ic uuui. .1 ana 0 tn otncr gamlg, A mo8t on
was considered a very, successful ball Jwb1)Iq mo ,9 anUcpateil(
and will probably be repeated every
Passengers On Buford
Mrs. Robert Lowers nnd Mrs. Ar
thur Wall gnvo an elaborato bridge
luncheon on Friday In honor of Mrs.
Tho Chronicle gives tho following Phillip Andrews, the handsomo wife
as passengers on the Buford, due of Captain Andrews. Handsomo sou-
from the Coast: Major Charles II. venira wero given each eucst.
McKlnstry, Engineer Corps, and Mrs.' ,
McKinsfry; Major T. C. Trcadwoll.' Mrs. William E. Taylor la visiting
United States Marine Corps, and Mrs. I friends In Denver Colorado. She Is
Troadvvcll; .Captain U. E, Wesl, Unit- slowly recovering her health and will
ed States, Marino Corps; Captain Ed
ward P. Nones, quartermaster, and
return to Honolulu In November.
Mrs. Nones; Lieutenant Bruco Pul- Captain Exton, U. 8. A., sailed
raer, Tenth Infantry, and Mrs. Pal-, with tho Fleet for a visit In tho Sa
mer; Lieutenant Arthur Polllon, moan Islands. He will soon return
Fourteenth Cavalry; Lieutenant I l0 11b duties at tho Fort.
W. Ball, Twenty-fifth Infantry, and
Mrs. Ball; Lieutenant D. W. B. Blako
United States Marine Corps; Lleuten
A largoly, attended public reccp
tlon was given Mr. and Mrs. Kbcrsolo
nnt O. R. Cole, Twenty-fifth Infan-'"t the Central Union Church on
try; Lieutenant Arthur N. Tasker.l Thursday evening.
Medical "Corns: Lieutenant C. D. I
Cowlcs Jr Medical Corps; Lleuton-i Dr- nml Mra- Charles Cooper aro
nnt Hiram A. Phillips. Medical I entertaining a large party of friends
ui picmc imuii on janiaiua tomorrow.
Corps; Lieutenant George A. Pray,
Philippine Scouts; Lieutenant C. T.
Dulln, Medical Corps, and Mrs. Du
nn; Lieutenant Patrick Shea, Phil
ippine 8couts; Lieutenant L. W. T.
Wallor, .United States Marino Corps;
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Humphrey. Earl
S. Daggett and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
W. O. Watts. Mrs. T. C. Goodman
nnd laughter, family of Paymaster.
Hetty Green's Talk.
ueiiows rails. vt Aug. zn. "Tlie
women of America have helped make
hard times. All they live for, all they
caro tor, Is clothes tho latest shape In
Bklrts. And they aro nono too partic
ular how thoy get what they t want or.
-Phi. t n:,... i n. .-.... Drink first j destroys ambition;
nm.n ,i. ..i i.' . .,.i. breaks up tlei of friendship; It kills
'. " .. ' Inrl fritt 11 A a 1stf jk fit AUAnfiinlliv jIao
vnriltlnn nf n mnnl h Winn ilnnor.""" "" ."." """' "-
Mrs MacKinnon, ho well and pleas
nntly remembered hero, is visiting
friends and relatives In Scotland.
Among the arrivals n tho Alameda
wero Mrs. Mary Gunn, Mrs. Robert
Anderson, and Mrs. S. G. Wilder.
Judge and Mrs. Sidney Ballou aro
staj Ing at tho George Macfarlano villa
nt Walklkl for a tow weeks. '
The Victim of Drink
was announced on tho train she 'pro
duced' nn applo nnd tbreo crackera
irpm tior reticule and fed hersolf.
"I do notinay American women ara
lmnioral,"teho continued, "but they do
not care, what fearful prices their hus
bands and brothers must pay for 'their
finery. Times nro bad in Now York,
and Now York dcscrveH hard times.
trojs the family life,
Drlne cunningly destroys the will
power, and while the drunkard wants
to do what you tell him, be wants, a
thousand times more the drink 'that
be craves. Medical treatment Js nee
rssarr to destroy the craving, and this
Orrlne will do,
At destroys the desire for liquor, so
XAftfo 0R7SAU W
0 nt AlL ?,Psr-cuss-6R0CERS
'' Monterey Packing" ($
F.E.BOOTH. souAart. f
AH aroi spondthrlfts, money wastors, mat the drink .will not be. missed, also
down there. This 'will bo a hard win cUrea.tJitMsjeanged digestion, , weak-
ter und wo will not bpo good.tlmca beTnea nerves apa otner ill snecuotiex
foro -spring. Tho election will not cesslye flrmklniv restorlnc the patient
help. Tho panic miisti run Its coiirsci ,to perfect hoaltn, . .
"Monejod men aro doing nothing to I Ti remedyls absolutelyi. harmless,
stop it. Tho Standard Oil could stop Is thoroughly scientific and is, no mil
liard times with a xtroko of the pen) formly successful that; It is sold with
out Hocxoieiicr win noi no u. u win a registerci gusranico eniuung.you tu
a refund of. your money if Orrlne fails
to effect a cure. Troatlse on "How to
Curo Drunkenness,", froo on request
cosUlio Government $28,000,000 to col
lect that $20,000,000 from him.
On Tuesday evening Admiral and r In 'plain sealed wrapper. Tbe,Orrlno
Mrti. Swtnhurno entertained at dinner
on board tho flagship West Virginia In
honor" of Governor niidl Mrs. Ffoar,
Tho quarter dock, daaped with "flags,
looked' tpot attracllvp apfl ,tho' Imud,
Bom'o Bilvor used 'on tho'table,In con
junction with r'nro, flowers, murlo a
splendid effect.' Those asked to insnl
tho guests or honor wcro Judgo and
Mrs. Dole, Captain and Mm. Corwlti Co, Ltd.
Co.i Washlcgton, D. C.
, Qrrlno is In two form. No. 1 which
can be given secretly without 'fthe
patient's knowledge; No. 2, In ;plll
form for thoso who wUh to be cured.
The price of either Is $1, mailed on
receipt of price In plain sealed pack
nge, and both are sold under the
urnno is tor raio uy uonoiuiu urug
RAT and ROACH Paste
A 20o box of Stoorna' Elootrlo Pnato will kill off all tho rats and
mico in a nouso in a oingio nisni.
Destroy Rats, and Avoid Plague
Both locsl nnd national officials recommend Steams' Electric Paste as the
surest way ol destroying rati, the source and breeder ol the plague. Watch
for tbe rats and sec that you have a box ol Stearns Electric Paste ready to
kill oil the first invader. 2 oz. box 25c; 1 6 oz. box SI. 00.
Sold tr draggiiti and oonml itorei teirwhut of tint direct prepain ei receipt ci ones.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Buffalo, N. Y U. S. A.
This Milk is of th very highest quality, and ooats less
than half the price of 'Fresh Milk.
It is very rich in nutritive tsJus, and saves shorten
ing when used (or cooking purposes.
It keeps for any length of time, and is absolutely pure.
Order from your grooer.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd,,
Keep your Floors
as Clean as your
is to. the kitchen
what Pond's Ex
tract Soap is to
AT AIL QH00ERS.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
,7 fSK, 6
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
GENERAL CONTRACTORS. C 1
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G Irwin Co., Ltd. '
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Hock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto, SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.