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' A SUCCESS AND WHERE IT IS HELD
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
We have just received several
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Rich as Cream, Pure in Quality and
"MAKES EVERYTHING TASTE GOOD"
It costs less than half as much as fresh milk, and will
keep for any time in any weather.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd,,
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"The Man With the Hoe"
r MORSE SEEDS
I Always Reliable
Our new peneral Catalogue it noK
ready for mailinc and will be found
of crcat value to the planter of
i Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue is the finest we
have cer issued and will be mailed
G, C. MORSE & GO.
If lu the cili call nt free t0 aH who ,
Retail Store: When writing addresi us at
125-127 MARKET ST. 52 JACKSON STREET
Opp. Junction with California SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
M. E. SUVA
Undertaker and Embalmer
All busine;s entrusted in my care will receive
prompt and peltte attention. I have v a parlor
where funeral services can be held or bodies kept
1120 FORT ST. P. 0. BOX 520.
PHONE 170. NIGHT CALL 1014.
Australian Stock Remedies
No mnttcr what the ailment, ask jour druggist for
Ho expense is spared in putting out the very best Rem.
cdics which can be produced.
If you arc in doubt about which Remedy to use, Ring
rac up at TEL. 1180.
HOSPITAL FOR SICK ANIMALS.
CONSULTATION PERSONALLY OR BY LETTER.
Pottie fc SOUS, Honolulu
"WHEN ONCE YOU TRY,
YOU'LL ALWAYS BUY
IT'S WHOLESOME because it is rich and pure.
IT TASTES BEST because it is richest and purest.
Ask Your Grocer
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Thf liitcinulliin.il Com Imposition being held In Om.ili.i Is'ono of the InrKuit iiKrlcultural iniilprtiikliiRa car
ried to nuipMiriil fruition In iii.i" cnr. All t llic torn St.itw nro rrprcscntcil ly InlcrcfltlnB cxlilbltn.
ami tlui Uiiltnl Stnli-i CcuiTiiini'iU Ii.ih taUcn iiihiiiitHKe or llio iipp ntunltr o ilciiuinstrnte many new
ldt.i In furiiiliiR nml llio imcs of farm pirnlm Ih. Clilif anioiiB llio (loMTimicnt cxhllilta Is a completes
plant for tlio nintiiifuituin of denatured nkolml. Ono tlmuiuiml mcdulH nro offcreil as Indhldunl and
State prized, and tUrro arc ninny line troplilca In tlio form of kIIvci cups for tliu best J IcliI of corn per
lino In tlio uirlmiH Stntos Till llluHtiatlun kIiowh tlio Omalm nuill tcrluni, whero tlio show Is being held
mid tlio (oninilltcc wlilrh mndn It n hikciM. TIip men In the group from loft to right, standing arc
llrure Slct'iilloiigli. i: IIiicKIiirIijiii. I' I. Duller. T I' SHiigcsa. I) II Hillcr. Homo Miller, J. Wiles Jones
l.'mll llniiidels, sitting- left to right Victor i: Hcndtr, C. C Uosewatcr, O V. Wattles, C. 1'. McOrow
mid Chniles V MnitliiH J
"Til III .J I i I I
JOHN W. GATES, STEEL MAGNATE,
WHO WILL BACK CIRCUS COMBINE
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Tliu lutest lluincliil nuclei taking of John W (lutes, the multimillionaire tstocl
miignalu, vlio Is now n leHlileut of T.is, Is n coinlilii'itlon of sueml
LlrtiisHus nml meniiKciles to (ompcte with the lilg clicns romlilnu con
(Milled li tlio lllngllnt; liiuthers The vlious llutt Sit ChIos Is uliout
to morgo mid flniuiro with $5,Qi)u,00H capltJl .no thu Hells-Kioto Irons
nml llio Ilngcnli.ick, llhorlii llojal nml John ltoliliifon shows. Ills pin
poxu Is to miiko tlio new roniliiiiallcin the lirgest tented aninsemuiit
cuteinlse over offoiod to tlu Anierlniu ptilillc.
YACHT IS COMING
MRS. S. C. ALLEN ORDERS FINE
Ciaft Will Be Handsomely Fitted Up
and Will Have Fine Sleeiiimr At.
commodations Hawaiian Wood Will
Be Used in Cabin Electric Lights
When tho Chljo limn left hero for
San rrantlsco sho (.mrled nn order
foi it palatial powei aiht for Mis
8 C Allen The saclit Is to lmri a
Ii nc.lli of hIvU'Iuii fii't mi i nil, lll
In ol I'li'U-ii foil nine Inihes huini,
and will ho llttad with a '50-liorse-pouei
Nolhlng npiuo.iclilng the ptopocl
tiaft Is owned In theno wntois, and,
of hor Kind, tho boat will ho ono of
(he finest afloat 8ho will hno sleep
ing accommodations for eight people,
without crowding, and would aCLom
irodalo much moio on a pinch. The
aofit must develop a tpeed ot at
least thirteen knots.
Tho specifications tall for a good
ica boat and ono that will bohavo
well In all kinds ot woathoi.
One of tho iituiuthe fenlmes of
the aiht will be the e.ihln Thtu
will ho liulshed entliel) In koa and
will ho equipped with font l'ullman
beiths. Kin Ii as uio iibed for uppti
I.eilliK In sleeping cms
The engine room will he fitted up
with two heilliH of (he h.iiihi kind
Them will he one Hiileiiiniii, lilt. 1 1
up In as comploto and nttractlvo n
manner as any on board an ocean
In furnishing his estimates, tho
Lullder wiggestcd finishing t;ho cabin
lr koa Ilo cvldcntlj was unacinialn
tid with the fact that koa romes fiom
these Islands, for ho went Into a
long explanation regarding tho wood,
which hi described us being a littlo
diiiker than mahogany
'I he iiunitei deck Is (o bo fitted up
hi a lounging dock, and will bo
itpilppel with an awning which will
furnish ii'iiplo protection from tho
eiiii 'Hido will ho numnerlots pleas
ant nooks along tho decks ami on tho
forcuisdc for the accommodation of
the travoleis and every concnlotito
(hat can be Imagined Is Included In
' In phu o of the Oldlinirj dingey, llio
.Micht will eirrj 'n powor cutter,
"nipped with it .'-horsepower gaso
line engine This cutter will bo
swung from d ivlts and will bo easily
Kntlrely Independent of tho pro
pelling unglno of the yacht will bo
I he electile lighting plant Not only
lll the unit bo Ighied throiighnur
h electricity, hut sho will have u
powerful electric senrchlight,
(Tlio jncht Is being built b 1.
Bwnnson at llelvcdere, California, nnd
must, under tho agreement, bo clollv
cfed by August next James Jaeger,
Mrs Allen's nephew, has chargo of
I ho arrangements.
:i a :t
There will bo two soccer games
plajcil on tho Kamehameha gioiindi
llh h aftoi noon. Tho first gimo, ho.
tueen tlio Alllnluiil and l'unahoii, will
stnit at 2; an o'clock.
There will ho a dress parade on tho
Kiimehauiehii dilll grounds Holiday af
(truism at i o'clock Last Bunds) 'i
parndo was witnessed by a largo num
ber of town folk.
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HAWAII COME8 TOMORROW.
W. II Mcluoiny will go to Poail Ilai.
I.or early tomorrow murnlng with a
crew of jnchtstnui to bring tho Ha
waii huie. An earl) start will bo uindo
that the tilp buck may bo completed
liofnio sundown no inatlor how imfav
orahlii tlio (ondltlons may ho Mr, Mc
Ineui) will hao command of the ncht
on the dip v
Till: A -H nelshtor Pleiades leaes
for San rranclsto toda vylth a load
of siigm and a large amount of fresh
trulls The I'lel ides will In future,
make n special!) of fruit earning and
will he kept on the Kin 1'inni'l en Ilo
'Redfern' fc 'Warner'
Special value at 65c yd.
NEW WHITE GOODS
Tho hop at tho Moana hotel last
evening waB a cV'y exclusive affair, tho
guests being personally Invited and no
general invitation issued. 'The halls
and lounging room wcro mada most nt
tractlvo hy.corafortablo chairs and
couches, whllo palms and greens wero
srtistlcalty placed. The lamils wur3
thronged with guests nnd tho bridge?
tables woro filled. Mrs. Elizabeth
Church made a delightful hostess nud
looked out that evcrybolj had a good
time. There were many littlo dinners
picccdlng tho dance, among others en
tcrtnlnlng being Mr. nnd Mrs. Orln
baitm. Dr. nnd Mrs. Victor Collins, Mra
Hnbcrtson nnd several ojhors. Pretty
girls uvcry where nnd officers galoro.
A strong combination for u giy and
successful affairs. Thcso ilanrcM nro
to hu given each Friday night, and
they nro to bo kept moit exclusive.
Mrs. Charles Cooper who will sail
for the Coast nt an early date, is to
be tho guest of honor at a poi supper
given by Mr. and Mrs. IMvvnrd Tcnncy
this evening nt the J'ensacnla streo
mansion. Mrs. Cooper has not been to
Kutopo for several ,ears and her trip
Is much anticipated. Hho Is ono of tlio
most popular society matrons hern nnd
ever) bod); will miss her gracious pros
enco and sweet smile
Mrs. IMwIn Farmer entertained with
cards Wednesday evening at Mrs
Orn)'s, on King street. It was a very
Mr. Ilrnesf llarlininn expects tn
sail for llio Orient tt'da), after n visit
hero of several weeks Mr Ilartmanii
has been regiilntly feted, so mill) an''
varied have been the entertalnmeiiti'
given for li I in. It Is a rourco of groat
legrct that ho can't rcmiln heie. and
Ills' friends hope ho will lelum In the
near future to Hawaii nel Among tho
many dinners given him was that of
tho UeerlngK on Wednesday, when
beautiful flowets, a pTfect menu and
good company made Ihn hours fiv Af
lor dinner Mr. Peering motoied liii
guest to sco tho town, which was In
llio hands of tho Chinese, being tholr
New Year, and a supper at tho drill
ended n delightful evening.
Mrs. Whitney hnB cards out for nn
4t-Homo on Thursday noxt lu honor
of her slstcr-ln-law, Mrs. K. W. Sut
Mr. and Mrs. 8, W Miller mo recent
guests nt thu Moana lintel.
THE OPERA HOUSE.
Tonight the Camet phono will irnku
Its first how to a Honolulu uudUnce.
Tho program selected Is suit- t'l plenso
ns It made up of operation 10: dueli
and solos, as well ns vaudeville actn
nnd dramatic numbers. Sonm of tho
most popular numbers from Hie ipoii
"Mikado" will be sung. Seals are on
salo for tonight's performance aa well
as Tuesday, January 2G, Thitisli) 'jn
nary 28 unci Saturday, Januar) at
Ilergstrom Music Co. Populrr prices,
16c. 2!)C, 35c and Cue.
Central Union Doremus Hcudder,
minister; Amos A. Uhcrsole, assistant
minister. Illblo Pchoo! nt 9 SO Cllf
Ion II Tracy, Superintendent Men's
I osgiio Illblo Class nt 10, under tin.
dlrcc'lon of tho assistant minister nib
ject "The Inaugural Vision of Jesus"
mnl "Tho Korly Davs' Soul Struggle In
tho Wilderness " Morning worship at
11; minion by tliu minister, "Men '
Antlieni bv thu rhnriib (holr Chrhtian
Kudo iv or nt i 30. subject "Life Les
sons tor me from thu Hook of (len
(sis', le.nfer. Miss rioieneo Ymiow
Kv piling wcnshlp nt 7 30, i,ermoii b)
llio minister, "Come." Anthem by tho
chorus choir. "I Will I in I'p Mtnu
K)i-i," Offertory solo, Mrs. Weight
Another Shipment of Our Famous
. Suits for Men
Different Colorings from last.
Values like these are winning Big Busi
ness for us.
Style, Material and Workmanship
Equal to what double the
price is usually asked.
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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