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RvnKiN'o nui.i.nTiN', Honolulu, t. ii.. Wednesday, auq as, -no.
The Pilgrim Fathers
Not only made bread from their first crop .of wheat,
but Heer as well. Kvery one of them drank Malt
Heer as a matter of course.
They were hardy, (Jod-learing men; they made
no laws against individual privileges, and exploited
no "Cocktail Suppers" in their Yellow Journals; and
they were better olT for it.
IT IS YOUR. PR1VILKGK to drink abetter
Heer than ever they had; its a Beverage, a Food, and
a Tonic; and its
TbeJecr That's rewed
loovJii iiie luniOkre
McCall Patterns for September Now Ready
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to make their
own and their
cause of the
and ease of
ble in these
McCall Magazine for September should be read by every lady who is
interested in fashions. We are agents.
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SPECIAL PROGRAM IS
ARRANGED AT SEATTLE.
Today and Tomorrow Will Be Given
Over no Special Program at the
Territory's Building at the Big
"Huwnll D.ijr" today nml tomorrow
nt tlio AhiKkn-Yiikon-I'nclfln eMKmltld'
promise tit lie nunihrrid nmoni; tho
most uticovHKfiil of tlio speehl iLiya pi
the bit? filr. A iiuniber ot Honolulu
piople reached Vldoria icMtuulay on
tlio Miikuin nml i enrly nil nf Hum
will be at tlio f.i
In Kwn'ilnK o tlio pri'inrnllnn unite
for tlio Hawaii D.iy pioKinm, (lie Se
attle IVnllntcTRcuccr suya:
"Cuinlni; In Him mllille of nay anil
coiisorvntiiMi niu nt the AlnnKn-Yn
kun I'nclflo Kxpnli'oi Hinnllan D.i,
Angimt 25 nml V will bo nttpmloj b
a larso nnnilior of nvprnimnl oTlclalb
utid pronilnont iltlin. of ll.nvntl, wbu
will time tlii'lr IbIi to tlio fall mi Ob
to bo lick' on Hawaiian Dayn. Com
mleslonor KiiiiiIkoii sn tlint many
prominent llawallans arc In tlio Unit
til StntcH at prosi'iit anil that tliey
Inuo an8inoil Mm of their Intention to
bo prcsont. Ho baa not board finally
from Gmernar Kroar na to whether
ho will bo litre for tlio celebration.
Nny nml coiiBcrintlon week will
brlnB ii laiKo ileleKntion of Rinernmcnt
(jfilelalu In Scattlo, nml tbco will co
npcrato In mnklni; tlio Hawaiian Daytt
hlK nffnlrs. On the first il.iy thn pub
lic will bo Imltcil to tlio' lnilldliiB.
when bailRoii bt'.irliiB the Ilnnnn
roat-ofaims In proper colore will bo
Blon nway, nml each visitor will got
other Boinenlm. Pineapple will also
bo scrtcil anil tlio Hawaiian BltiKcrg
will chc 4 Bpcclal concert durliiR the
nfternoon. Tlio bloKraph IcctuVcB will
ileal entirely with Hawaii both ilan
mil pictures of the iDlnmli will be
i lion n."
ARi AND NAVY
Tlio Mnnlla Aniuileui In ncconlanro
with tho Information wo luu- hfreto
foio Riven on tho mibjict of fortlflcv
IIoiih In the riilllpiiliUH HiiB4. "The
foitlfylim of Cnriiulilor (Iranilo .mil
Tiullo Iflmula Ik KoIhk foiwanl with
ttucli raplillty that two twelve Inch nml
two ten Inch Kinm hue Ik en fully
ujiilppul nml M't up tin I thien full
companlci of nrtllleij. which rc:tntly
arrheil fium thn United Staten. h4e
Just been ntRiieil to tnko ch iro or
llivlr ninlntcnnni-o. In a feliort time
four bIx Inch RUnn will be IIiiIhIh' I, an 1
a great numlipr of hi Men nml masked
mnrtnrH Inivo been flnlvhcil. At Cor
rt'Rlilor n complete 8stcm of electrical
comniunlcatloiiH ftom battery to but
tery In heliiK Installed by expert elec
tricians of the military RlRiial corps.
Conslilcrnl le work Is now bdtiR done
on (iianilo Islam near OlotiRiipo. Hero
two foul teen Inch Rims, which arc of
a KaiiRo calculated lo make them al
most tho most powerful and deadly of
all shore bnttciles known to modem
warfare, will toon bo put up. I'rallo
Island, another strategic olut, will
lino be mndn impregnable. The whole
top of ho Island has been blown off
prcpaiatoty to tho beginning of ef
fective construction work."
Tun Turn Turtle.
A dispatch from Hockport, .Massa
cliuietts, gives a graphic account of
the dlsnttcr that befell ,1110 n.ivul tug
i'elnscott en timtt! from roilsuinuth
lo Ilostnn, which turned turtle as the
lOBiilt of being overweighted with
ncliois. Thd LBntl sank off Cape
Cod, and four of her ciew lost tilth
Mu'H while nine othere. Including tho
captain's wife and boy, reached land
liter u ln.nl slthgglc. Those lost
wcip: Chirlos V Trotter, acting as
xlstnnt puigeon; C, U, Tnjlor, tmllti-
dry Btanian; ,C. V. Whlto, colored,
hhlp's cook, first 'claa; I., It, IMuardj,
C.ipW I.'ians and Machlnlbt'o Mate
i:. A. Ilelfrlc were taken fiom an oik
crnllng by n llfesivtug crow after
thoj had been In tho water nearly flvo
liouia and had seen Dr. Trotter
waslftd on: Inln tho sea. Chief Uo.it
hwaln'i' Mnto, P. It. Hitler struggled
for an hour with Mis Kvuiib and the
hoj on a narrow plink and It wns
theio that nno of tho coloted men wns
drowned rnqlnecr Trait and threo
to mien )iintuged to gain tho ship's
bo it ii"y the sinking of the tug ami,
lighting her hauled Hitter, Mrn V.v
.iib am) the ba) on bi-iid eml tin i
J.alU 1. n . L'J
vviueuiu huuni y -.mmL tfa?
how to play mmKS
J..ln. I. ..l A-1-.V.C'sV' !T4iCj
value... u I - r' f?W 4v vl
Aytr'i Cherry iRsLil
IVctoral. Hit Vblf.tf,
him. Her 4j$!$f&
.. uiyu-i mi
nir, ana ncr I 111 rt
the one ita ml-
ard cough medicine for children
is entirely Tree from narcotics or
poison of any kind. It is tho great
remedy tho world over for colds,
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all bron
Accept no substituto or cheap
and worthless imitation. Ho sure
you get Aycr's Chorry Pectoral.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
rrtiw.. Of. I. C.AirfcC.,ltll, Mm.. U.S. A
The nows about the enthusiasm
and fine playing ot the polo tennis
on Oahu nml about the coining big
till ca team tournament in Septem
ber has fired the ambitions ot the
Kauai players, and reminds them
that they must do a little playing
themsches It they uro going to keep
the other inter-Island teams busy
when they meet again. Tho .active
members of the Kauai I'olo Club
therefore arranged this week for
tho first piactlco game ot the sen
con, nml It took place last Thursday
at the I'olo field in tlio Walpoull
The sides were Charl03 Itlie,
John Mnllna nml Mr. Jules (n new
player on local fields, who has re
tently arrived from Portugal)
against II. I'. Spauldlng, A. II. Itlci
and Mnullll, nil etcran players.
Pour short periods were played of
last. Biiappy ball for so enrly In tho
henson ,anil the score ended B to !
in faor of Captain Charles Hice'i
team. The riding off of It. I'.
Spauldlng was the fcatuic of tho
game. An exciting Incident took
plate when Sunflower, the pony ot
.Mr. Jules, nml an old timer nt the
game, probably feeling In high spir
its nt being nblo to follow tlio hall
onco more, attempted to buck her
She failed In this attempt, how
ever, and booh settled down Into her
old tmo form again.
(lames will bo played every week
now until tho close of the season.
Tho prospects do not look very en
couraging nt the present writing
for sending n team to Honolulu to
play In the big tournament, as It
will bo Imncsslble for nil the mem
bers of n leprcfentathe team to bo
gone f i oin Knunl nt that time, It is
feared. Harden Islr.nd.
I.lhuo, Aug. 24. Nlumalu and Na
will will had It out on the diamond Inst
Sunday afternoon in the form of n ball
game, ami Nlumalu took their neigh
bors Into camp to tho tune of 9 to 1
Nlumalu has shown a remarkable Im
prnicment In strength, tlio last few
games, and from the present outlook
of things and the kind of hall thev mo
tuiulshliU they will soon doxolop into
n pretty tough nggregntlon to beat.
Tho Ynmatos nml Asahls, tho crnck
Japanese tennis of I.lhuo and Ilaleha
ka, played another gnmo of their seiles
-n Sunday, which tho Lllmo team won
I y tho scoro of 9 to 2,
Itlius 0 0 10 3 10 139
II II 0 0 2 0 3 3 0 2 414
1 2 3 4 E G 7 8 9
Huns 1 (f.O 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
II. H a 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0
Struck nut, by Dol 2, by Kimurn 5.
by Ming (loon 11; baso on balls, by Dol
1. by Klniura 1, by Ming Goon 1. Two
LnBo hits, Yasuye, Kuraoka, Hashi
moto; dnublo play, Yokomoto. Tlmu
of game, 1 hour 45 minutes; iimpiro,
Mnknnanlr: scorer, Yoshlmoto.
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