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i:vi:nino iium.i:tin, Honolulu, r. n., timjsday, ocr. 20, idos.
X&ipect from New York
rpHKSK GOODS, comprising Lawns,
Nainsooks, Linens, Chiflbn, Batiste,
Persian Lawns, and Dimities arc the very
latest in x
White Dress Goods
And right in the next department wc
have an immense stock of Laces and Km.
broideries for trimming them.
An Inhalation lor
Cracatan Is a Boon to Aalhmalloa.
Tl..J It nal un Mnta fl,wtl. In bf.atlia III II
ettntfdf lor diw-a.fa ol lha brkithlnsr organs tlian
W MK Int rPJltMlf into inn lumacin
Crcaolcno curra bwaiita the air rrnlcr.4
ktroaglr antltle, li rarrlcul ow Ilia olwamil
a iip . l.r.iih. fflvlmr ttrnlonc-rt and
comUnt Irrfttmrnt. It U IntalunUa t mothm
with tmall children.
Tho-e of ft Con
will Ami Immeill. relief
from Cuugbf or Inflamed
Cvn Iltlon of th thront.
Pond tvwul for de
ISO tulton mrwt.
& iVfi "?W
We have all the latest styles in Rain Coats
the Cravancttc, and others.
In plain and stripes.
A Specialty is made of repairing
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
ft S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Beretanla and Fort Sts.
YOU NEVER SAW CURIOS IN SAMOA LIKE YOU WILL SEE AT THE
DON'T FORGET TO SEE THEM.
i0 you enjoy ICE CREAM that
is made from Pure Cream
and CAKES that are a good
deal lighter than 'Ma makes?
Then come to us. We have the
goods. We serve meals from
6 to 8 a.m., II a.m. to 2 p.m.,
and from 5 to 8 p.m., at reason
able prices. Service the best.
Hotel next to Perkins'
THE MILLIONAIRE MAKER
Wo luio Juit published
"Tlio Oil Hook" profusely Il
lustrated. It tells how 33 out
ut ,'S listed oil companies aro
now mi u dividend paving bt
sls. How California oil Btocks
mo lacrcaslng In value. How
California oil stocks pay 2 to
"0 per cent, monthly divi
dends. Tells how
$170 MADE A MILLION
How to make profitable. In
vestments. Tlio "Oil Hook"
will fnttcn jour pocket boolc
mid mid to jour bank book.
Ono lopy mailed free, postago
" prepaid," It ou net promptly
mid send beforo tlio supply la
exhausted, Wrlto today.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE AND
G48-G58 Pacific Building,
San Francisco, Calif.
OFFICERS OF FLEET
SEE PEARL HARBOR
Have Lunch At Peninsula
And Also Visit
Cutler the .tblo management of t ho
ricct Committee, thu lit Bt exclusion
lot tho Naval olllccrs, under Admiral
Swinburne, was conducted to l'c.trl
Hailior vesterduy foicnoon, whence
they proceeded to Wnhl.iwa b tuiliir
I'lhc p.uty started out In the U. S S.
Iioquols, commanded b) I.leutemint
I'romplly at 9:30 oMock, thn
guests, consisting of the Naval ofll
ceis mid the Jiipnnebo and Chinese
Consuls, together with a number of
local people, boarded tho Iroquois at
the foot of Alitkon stieot wharf and
Ctcamcd out of tho harbor, 'lho
I'liet Committee, consisting of Prod.
I.. Wnldron, Prcd. Smith, Wlllard K.
Ilioivu, mid Win. Thompson, soon got
maps to the guests. Wnldron in tho
meantime produced boxes of cigars
and clgucttcs anil provided thosj
who wished them.
As tlio Iroquois neaicd tho cn
traiiio to Pearl. Ilaibor, tho guests
wcro shown vailous points of Intel -
est by tho committee. The Iioquols
iilowcd down as sho entered, enabling
tho guests mul tho conunltteo to c
iimlno tho land mniks.
In tho vicinity of Wnlplo, boring i
wcro being made, while In tho mir
loiindlng lountiy other proicses of
tho work could bo seen
After loiindlng Pord Islnnil, tlio
lioquolii came to nnrhorngo. Ihioc
Inline lies which had preceded the Iio
quols, plowed through the water and
ciiino alongside to conves the guests
to the landing, vvheio tbej weri re
ceived by Mr. Van Valkenburg and
The guests proceeded to tho pavil
ion, where a luncheon had been pic
pired by Mr. mid .Mrs. Van VnlUn-
buig, Mr. and Mis. Judge llookano,
mid sovcinl other I idles. Tho Ha
waiian band, which had been n-nt
ahead, plavcd Hawaiian selections
during the progiess of the meal.
Hoarding tho train at tlio Pcnln
huI.i, tho party wns (onveved up to
Wnhlawa, zigzagging throush the
giiUh nnd through tha pineapple
Holds, arriving ut Wahlaw.v station
ut I:-!!! o'clock. Hero tho guests
were received by II. .C. Drown and
others, who enrolled them to partake
of fithh pineapples, which had been
cleaned and Iced, The pirty remain
ed hero about twenty minutes, during
which time, tho band pla.ud, (losing
Its open-air uititcrt with the singing
of "Aloha Oe "
Tho pail l (.idied Honolulu nt
.t-an o'iIikIc Tlio mi mul pxiuislon
v.nnt out t lit -t moinlug In tho Ho-
WK BKG TO ANNOUNCH TO OUR PATRONS,
and to all who arc interested in the art of Cooking,
that there will he a series of special demonstrations at
the Y.W.C.A. for the purpose of showing the right and proper '
use of Flavoring Extracts; and the place of a gas stove in the
The Expert Cook who will have charge of the demonstra
tion has been sent by The Van Duzer Co., from New York, to
show the superiority of their Flavoring Extracts.
The demonstrations will be held Every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday morning from 9-30 to 11 o'clock until further notice.
Everyone who is interested in good cooking is cordially
invited to be present.
Henry May &: Co., Ltd.,
ALL IN READINESS
FOR TONIGHT'S BALL
All arrangements have been com
plcted for tho bill to tho chief petty
omcers of tho cruiser squadron and
destrojer flotilla at tho Alexander
Young tonight. A conunltteo of llfty
niomlnent neonlo of tills city will co-
oporato with tho cojnniltteo from thu
roster, Jack l)ole, Kred Novos, t
James loucli. O. Hottel, V J. Cbllds,
ON STUMPING TOUR
134 Bcretania near Tort St.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Go.,
PHONE, OFriCE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Vc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SEE-
Pau Ka Hana
Uj THE HOUSE.
TOR SALE AT ALL BARS
An IntcicBtJng enso la being lnvib
tlgated in connection with tho dl
A woman without m.iirlago was
llvjug unlaw full) with u man In Ho
nolulu, riho was ni rested nutlet (ho
law, but told (hat punishment might
ho avoided If the turtles would ni.ii
i, llowevn, she was nlrcadv mar
iled to miotlui mm, who had de
serted her, m sho was told that fclm
liiiiht kcruiu u dlvoico befmo sho
(iiulil many again, and thus escnpo
lho punishment of thu law.
Bho mcurcil the divorce, got in.ii
i led again, mid her aso was dltmlsi
ed from rouit
Was tli abovo reason n pioper
giottud for ilhono?
Sho might hpve hecured the dhorfo
perhaps (pilto legally, for descttlon,
beforo taking up with tho other mm.
Hut after her call of wrongdoing was
holme, tho rouit, was It right to havo
It continued, mi that sho could so
(lira n divorce, mid thus escape tho
punishment of the law?
In this morning's train, the candi
dates on thu Homo Itulc-Ltlior tickets
left for Kvva on political business.
Tlmv iwtilrititunrl llln tirmilll lit Pl'lll I
ships in looking nrter tho comfort nnd I city this noon and tonight they will
welfmo of the guests. I talk to the pcoplu nt IJvvtl Mill njid
Tho following list of Honolulu inn- tcn. They will leturii t onion ow
Irons aro tlu patroncsbcs: .Mrs n. ii.
Wlllhuns, Mrs. C. In Ilnl. Mrs .!
Cornwcll, Mrs. (I V. It. King. Mrs.
Augustus Murphv, Mrs. H. C. Drown,
Mis. Theo. Homnalin. Mrs. S. II.
Klugsbur.v, Mrs. Ilnrry II. Ilrown, Mrs.
K. I. Iird, Mis. .lames .1 Crocltctt,
Mrs. Chas. Ilerrlck, Mrs. C. M
Schnilclt. Mrs. Anna S Wright, Mm.
Alex. Pratt, Mtb. K P. Maeklc, Mrs
C. I. Itliodes. Mis. A C. Wall. Mrs.
Tenney Peck, Mrs. W P. Hillbron,
Mis. Captain Miller, Mrs. Clarence
Poltowlng nru tho names of tho town
committee: Ocorgo W. It. King, Miss
(raco Carrol, Miss Nclllo Mel.aln,
Miss A Ij Mncaulay, Mrs. C. S Crane,
Miss i: Dutot. Mrs. H M Chcallmm.
Miss draco Colluirn, Mrs. T. Martin.
Miss N. I.lovcl, Mrs (). 0. Scott. Airs
P (I Nocs, Miss M Hlsrox. Miss M.
K Waltz. Miss Helen Witt, Miss Anna
Deas, Mrs. Piinnli1 Zoavu, Miss M. Ack
erm.in, Miss Mabel McAndrcws Mrs.
Hottel Miss Kellner, Mri. P .1 Child,
Miss Mltmlo Cautln, Mis Whlldie.iil,
Jlis It Poster, Mr. P M. Claulham,
Sam Jiicobsc ii, .lames T Cnrej, Albert
Chambers, H.irrj Ilriiwii Harry Pas
ton. I A .lilc'jhstn, Pd Towse, O. C
Scott, C S. Crane, Prank Hojer. Ken
neth Winter. Mr. Tnrleton. Robert
CONSUL UYENO '
Honolulu Is ii great harbor, couslil
irlng Its size Tho shipping facilities
aro much bitter than those of any
harbors In Japan "
Japanese Consul (leneral Us ono.
who went down to Pinrl Harbor In tlio
U S S. Iroquois .vcsteidny morning,
made tho above statement as ho
watched tlio United States warships
under Admiral Swinburne.
One. tvvfi, Ihrto. four and tho beau-
morning. jtlful warships," counted tho Consul.
Atlil nnd Knlnuokalanl headed the "Tlioy rortnlill look nice uud ilenn.
excursion. Torchlights were packed i-riiey are comfortnblj berthed ut their
M Ill I I . .1... ...... t ' .. . . -T.1. I ...
uiniig. j lie win nv unm ui mi; iiiii-i- rispeciivo wuarves. mu hihiumiik m-
Notices for their meetings were for
waided )it.torday to their representa
tives In Kun uud Ale.t anil tlio jHiople
havo been not I lied to ntleml. J.asl
night tho eandldatea spoke to tho peo
ple of Miunalua.
i a i
Choice FERNS, ROSES and
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG B.ld
-SEED LEIS o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
&i4H UllliD'ini I
lo IIIkCI fur uiniatit-ffc
1 ritalKiji or i Unuilojr
q.ii inMCuua run iraua
'Tills suit," piottstcd tho dUsatls
fltd custonier, "Is altogether too
tight. What aro ou going to do
about It?," "I turt't do miythlng
iibout It," replied atho tailor, "and
thu only thing you can do Is to take
antlfat and giw thinner."
rmr- bulletin ads pay
Nutiill: How aro the Illanks get
ting along now? Noltt: Very poorly,
I'm nfr.ild. Ntilnll Why do jou
think that? Noltt: Well, they hnvo
nine dogs, ou know, nnd thcy'linvo
jusU lidded another to their collection.
A TRUE FRIEND
Him: Ity the wa, do )ou happen
to know Hiss Overtoil? Her: Yes,
Indeed; sho Is my most Intimate
friend. Him: Ah! Then perhaps oti
can tell mo how old Rho Is? Her:
Oh, no; wo nro not quite so Intlmato
cllltles nro much better than those of
unv of lho harbois 111 Japan
"Wc havo not nnvthliig llko that In
Japan Of course tho harbors of Koliu
ami Yokohama are a great deal larg
er than Honolulu but there are no ae
coiiiiuiiilatlon for big steamers such as
ou hnvo here No live steamers can
bo accommodated at once."
Consul (leneral Ueno expressed Ills'
deslie to get In touch more fre'quently
with tho pioplohcrc In order to ere ito
nu amicable relationship between him
self and tlio kiiinnaluas.
RELIANCE L0SES GAME
Tho Reliance linseb ill nine, victors
In the Knpiolant Cup match, lost their
laurels Sundiiv afternoon to tho team
from Pnii plantation The Pun aggre
gation trimmed the local plajem nice
ly, holding them up for eight runs nnd
hiving only four In return,
Balletin Busincs, Office Phone 250.
Unllntin Editorial Ttonra Phone IBS,
A Rare Opportunity
The Government recently paid 40o
per square foot for a strip of land on
the corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts.;
and less than 80 feet from it, facing
Jull St. and opposite Mr, Clive Da
vies' tesidence I am authorized to of
fer for Sale a lot 92 s 42 on Judd St.
at 20c per Squcie Foot, together with
a small G-room Cottagfe on same, all
P. E. R. Strauch
Your lTonie heaithfuiifyoll
keep Primo Beer and serve it at meal
Most people drink too little liquid
because water is flat and unpalatable,
and their systems become clogged and ,
The drinking of Primo is good for
you because it induces you to drink
more liquid than you would drink
And Primo Beer is both. a food and
a tonic elf the highest order. It makes
a pure, healthful beverage.
Drink PrimoBeer at Home
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