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This Sale will discount all
It does not
in the store
, Fort & Beretania
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TIME IS MONEY in
the kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
signs in Filipl
no and Tahiti-
an Fibres, Post
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Under Electrio Sign. Bishop Street)
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nient at Latest Styles in
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's,
mean a few
will be marked way down.
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AVERY pretty story, says the
S.m Kiunclsco Now a Letter,
a as liakeil Into the wedding
cake given to the gueBls ut
(he ninrrluge of Miss Ma
Remington niul Mr. Walter
llrcdcr. The cake was made of "sugar
and spico and over) thing nice," Just
twelve years ago, mill presented hy an
Ungllsh lady to Mr. and Mrs. Rem
ington, to ho used at their ciystal wed
ding. Dnt aij It happened that ecnt
was not celebrated In festlvo inanner,
and so Mr. Remington had the cake
tinned and sealed and It was carefully
put away for an appropriate occasion.
When tho 'trthquako and flro came,
the cako was one of the first things
Mrs. Remington carted out of tho
lioiibo. However, tho house wus savei)
and the cake was once mora restated
to Us place. The years passed, mid
then camo the appropriate time to un
seal tho marvelous cako. What mora
propitious occasion than at the mat
ilage of the only ifUughter of tho
household? Tho cako camo out of Its
wiapplngs as rich and moist as tho
day it went In, twelve jcars ugo, and
tho first two Bllces wero daintily boxed
and berlbboncd and sent to Honolulu
to the son and daughter of the lady
who .had made tho cako.
Colonel Trad Mae'farlnno and Mlsl
Alice Macfnrlano of Honolulu nre
In the city for n brief visit and are
lecelving a cordial welcome from
their fi lends. Miss Macfnrlano It.
ono of tho really popular girls wth
u stylo and vivacity that have won
fi lends by the score. Hlio is an en
thusiastic tnotoiist and an export
chauffeur with an Inclination to var
ious outdoor recreations that have
occupied most of her time, but not
to tho exclusion of social affuirs.
S. V. Call.,
The fascinating description nt tho
pit of Kllauea, written by Mrs. Os
car Mauser, of llerkeley, in n letter
written to a friend, is u brilliant pen
picture of one of Hawaii's great
beauty spots. Tho scene is so vivid
ly described and so plainly pictured
that one can almost see how "theso
glowing colors slid majestically into
(or-changlng patterns as In a l;nledi
scope; hero a bionzo pool was lent
across the center, thero it was
ciacliedelnto smaller pools in losy
arcs of beauty; now tho pools looked
liku lustrous Persian enamel woilc,
again some loom of tho underwoild
was weaving a fabulous rug of fire,
J or tooling nn illuminated book cover
Beginning Monday, August 2nd, at 8 o'clock
For Ten Days Only
or painting" n Jewelled letter strip,
or wo beheld a brocad.i if
bronze and flame unrolled before us;
In truth all tho treasures of tho
world'B greatest craftsmen were at
once excelled in this sullen flow of
designs as Hho magic carpet was
boi no down to Kb undoing In tho
furious heart of "Old Faithful." The
sketch teems with brilliant niotu
phorcs and icnlistla comparisons and
might well form an Interesting book
let to illustrate tho beauty places of
A number of tho friends of Miss
Mnrgaret Kinney, having learned
that she contemplates a trip totrie
mainland In tho near future
Bwooped down upon her home on
Vineyard street last evening nnd
tendered her n farewell in tho na
ture of a surprise party. Midst card
games nnd music the hours were
pleasantly whlled away. During
tho evening Mr. Axtell, who nnd
equipped himself with his photo
graphic apparatus, took a flashlight
picture of the guests. Those present
wore; Mr. and Mrs. Jns. Kinney,
Miss Mnigaret Kinney, Mr. and Mrs
O. J. Whitehead, Miss (Jruco Wood
bridge, Miss Marlon Wright. Miss
Dorothy Ilowold, Miss Wltke nnd
Messrs. Chus. K, Melvln, i:ngeno
Todd, Frank C, K.nos, liny Axtell,
and K. D. Wleko.
I witnessed a laughable sreno In a
moving plcturo show last week. A
mini old gentleman and his wife, of
n tpo now raio, wcio gazing at the
exhibition with undisguised wnndei.
It was evidently a completo novelty
to them. Tho pair wutched beautiful
young women step out of nothingness,
In obedience to tho wand of tho ma
gician; their faces were n study us
they observed tho potent cfTeet of a
injbleiloini powder when sprinkled on
n lazy messenger boy; the pictures of
llio Civil War pleased them Immense,
ly, nnd tha poi trayal of u liaun.net do
llneated with tho ultra magnificence
which tho managers well know appeals
to tho maises, drew from them excla
mations of wonder. Finally the nper
.itor threw on tho scieen the sejnb
HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JULY
Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold for Cash Only
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lanco or i New York Central Hxpress
train rushing nt full speed. As tho
gigantic engine, pulling and steaming
along a track which apparently led
Into tho body of the theatre, sudden
ly swllched aside at tenlflc speed, nt
the very edge of the flrBt row of
chairs, tho old lady hurriedly arose
from her seat nnd rushed out of the
place, followed by her husband. "You
don't drug mo Into no such placo no
more," she exclaimed to her astonished
protector, "I never was so scart In my
life!" Sun Francisco News-Letter.
Pleasant gossip out at the Presi
dio has made known tho engagement
of another of tho populai officers
stationed nt the post. This time the
happy victim Is Lieut. John 8. Wil
liams of the Const Artillery Corps,
and his tlance is Miss Henrietta
Walker, whose home Is In I.os An
geles. Shq Is the daughter of Mrs.
ICttn II. Walker and a sister of Lieut
Kugena Itontlls Walker, whose wed
ding to Miss Carolyn Willis Williams
was an event of it fortnight ago nt
tho Presidio. The bride-elect attend
ed the nuptial servico as the mnld.
or honor, while Lieut. Williams fill
ed the office as best man nnd gave
his Bister Ihto tha keeping of the
groom. At tho ceremony Miss Walk
er was charmingly attractive In n
white lace gown over pink satin,
and she caught tho bride's boquet.
That she is to be n bride Is only car
rying nut tho traditions of tho recent
wedding festivities. Their maril.igo
will tako place during the first week
In August, and then they will sail
for Honolulu, where Lieut. Williams
Is ordeied for station. Kxuinlner.
Ono of the most unique and elulmi
ate entertainments or tho summer sea
son will re the dinner dance at the
Parker bungalow In Mniuia Valley on
Wednesday evening or next week giv
en by i:rn;Ht Parker In honor or Miss
Thelma Parker, the Parker Ranch
heiress. Tho bungalow, formcily tho
lesldcnce of Attorney McClanaliun, has
been remodelled by Col. Sam Parker
i under tho direction of Krnest Parker,
1 and is becoming one of the most at-
tractive nnd artistic homes In Hono
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The Store will
be ready for the
lulu. lSir table decorations for tho
dinner Mr. Parker Is fashioning somo
extremely artistic designs ot roses and
tulips. About three dozen guests' are
expected to'bo present,
Cards wero received In this city by
tho .Mongolia, announcing the inar-
rlago of Mr. August Frederick Hopke'
to Mrs. Marie Umlse Hrottler at Sill
sutl, Cat., on July 18th li.it. Mr.
Hopke Is an old kamanlna, hiving
held tho position as manager of the
H. C. & 8. Co.'b store at Knlitilut, Maul
from 1879 to 1894, when he left the
Islands to enter the employ of Jno. I)
Spreckels & llros. Co. as buyer, und
has a host or friends In this city nnd
throughout the Islands, who will re
joice to learn or ills happiness.
A delightful baud concert w-ns ghen
nt the Moulin hotel Tuesday evening
by the Hawaiian band. The band
stand was ablaze with electric lights
and tho bioad lunals or tho hole! were
comfortably filled with guests while
many eoplo wandered through tin
grounds nnd found comfortable seatF
among the luxurious foliage or snt or
the bench in tho moonlight, watching
the silvery waves frolic on the cres
Among the notablo arrivals from Ho
nolulu this week were Mrs. 13. D. Ten
ney and MIeh Wtlliclmlnn Tenncy, who
spent a row dayB ut tho Fairmont prior
to their departure for I-ako Tahoo
where they will spend the senson
They brought their auto with them
from tho Islands and plan to spenf
lunch tlmo motoring about tho henu
t tfiil country In tho vicinity or Tnhoe
Miss Mabel lllggnrt. the writer
who was expected on tho Mongolia,
has postponed her visit for it tlmo,
hut will come In a month or six
weeks. She will remain several
months and will gather material for
a book while she Is here.
Mr. Milton Goldsmith, nnd his sir
tcr, Miss Corlnue Ooldsmlth, who havr
been stnylug at the Young Hotel, wen'
to the Volcano on Tuesday nn tin
Man ur. Ken.
Mrs. F. A. Hchnefor nnd Miss Inn
ganl Kchnerer went up to Hlln lust
Sunday on tho Lurllno to visit tin
Volcano und to spend the slimmer oi
Mrs, A, llrnwn nnd Miss Phllllpt
weie departing passengers on tho Ala
nicila. going Dust for a three-month?
Colonel Rchujler and Captain
Sluiges of the I'lrtli Cavalry, Lelle-
hua wero In town tho curly purl or
Mr. F. W. Macfarlano was nominat
ed on Mondny by President Morgan ol
tho Chamber of Commerce as delegate
to the First Conservation Congress, tr
bo held In Seattlo from August 2Gth to.
2Slh. The Congress wilt Include del
Saturday, July 31st. ' We
must do this in order to
big rush Monday morning.
egales from nil the States nnd Ter-
rltorles or tho Union. All imxirtuut
alfalrs relating til the cnnsV-rvntlon of.
tho natural resources of the countiy
m ui! iio-cuju'ii nun rrebiiieiu mil
has received a cmdlul Invitation to nt
tend the sessions'.
Honolulu has n new Bummer
beach colony. Kahaln, Just around
Illaik Point f I om ICnalaunl, Is the
site of the colony, und already sev
cral cottages hno been (onipleted
or are under way. Trls property Is
held by the Queen under the terms
her n Hie Inteiest. Among those
who are building cottages or will
who nre building cottnges or 1 wll
commciKe building soon nre: Dr. C.
II, Cooper, It. II. Andcison, J. (!.
Pratt, Charles S. Crane. George II.
Angus, J. J. Hosier, M. Campbell. W.
II. Ilnogs, J. I'. Morgan, John Wn
tcrhouse, 1). II. Mucoiiaclile, A. M.
Ilrown, John Walker, II. 11. Atkin
son, James Wakefield, 13. C. Pctcis,
J. D. Tucker, L. (I. Illnckman, Hen
ry Smith, J. (!. Karln, K. J. Dutrn
and S. I. Shaw.
Major U. II. R.iy, paymaster of the
llstrlct of Hawaii, Is not to leave Ho
nolulu after all. The Major wishes to
ituy In Honolulu, ns he likes the place
Hid Is finite content to icmnlu hciu
111 tho spring, anjhow. The Majw
mil Mrs. liny returned Sunday even
ng Iroiii Halclwa, wlivio they had been
pending tho day.
Professor and Mrs. (leorge Moado,
heir son, Mr. Henry Meade, and their
;uests, Miss Harding. Miss Marin and
Miss Dewey, were outgoing passengers
n tho Mauna Ken on Tuesday. They
vlll visit tho Volcano before returning
Lieut. Moses, or tho Unlled Sinter
Marino Corps, has received orders ns
'Igulng him to the marine guard nn
ho cruiser Prnnsjlvanln. Ho will sail
text week on the steamship Siberia.
Mr8. K. J. Wiitcrhouso, Miss Mtir
uiet Waterhousa nnd Dr. J. S.
itubbs went up to llio volcano Tnes
lay on the Mauna Kec.
Mr. Ilruco Carlw right Jr., returned
)n the Mongolia from u tilp to Call'
Villa and is again domiciled nt the
Mrs. L. II. Kerr and daughter de
uortcd Wediicsilu) on the Altitncda
for California and the Cast.
Miss Kdllh Smith departed Wedues
lay on the Alameda to enter fetanfonl
Unlvcielt) nt Palo Alto,
Mr. 'nnd Mrs. W. Montrose Graham
tro spending u few i1-ih nt Mis,
Damn's nt Walilnwu.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Jaegar and Miss
laegnr left for Kauai nit the Klnuu
Mr. W. P. Thnmns of Wnhlnwn is
n guest nt the Hawaiian Hotel.
M )-w .wmt
all day on
Has the largest
cause the Soda
Water is superior
to any in Hono
lulu. Have you
found as pure
and as good any
where? Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets,
OAT & MOSSMAN,
nre the shoes Hint prove.
BrOAL SHOE STORE.
Kinc & Bethel.
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Sttumewnld Bide.
F. I. LAMOREAUX, j , J
PIANO AND PIPE ORGAN -'
TUNING AND REPAIRINO. ,
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
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