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aP 0 ..-,-., evkninyi wllktin, Honolulu, t. it., sati'tway, sept. 4, 190s. " . ,
I SCIENTIFIC DYEING and
LE ANI N G
We have secured the exclusive Honolulu Agency for the 'famous F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
Works of San Francisco.
We will now undertake to clean or dye the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc.,
at Coast prices, and will guarantee all work.'
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by every steamer and be -back by return steamer.
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J. ABADIE, Prop.
HARRY PULLIAM, QSEBAI.'- EA D.
.t " ' IMSELF IN NEW YORK.
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himself thii ukIi ilic Ik 1 1-, li.s ihuim
wan contuciol w,t!i In-i-lull foi mm
Villi- ll"'-l lll-l In mi ,i , 1" T- .Ht
rluli mill In 1M1 whi-n hi- nnd Ilarn
vllle mul Pitt Iiiivr il.ilw I'liUi-tni In
dim. Hi- was i-licii-il n-i-iitn( of i
ins iii-aiin Ki-s.in to fall I wo ye.u-.i a
turn. J. A. Hi yillt-r iwMiminsi lils tint
vci-I:b as. Mr. I'ulllani was linrn In
graduated from tlio Virginia tintvcrsi
m 11,11 , 't J'-1 1. 'Rl' who idlOt
i -it ,u ' t,i "lull hi ,.-w Yn !; '!ty,
i-' u Win:,' rliy iiiltor or a Louis-M-i-n
-.y nf tli,- Loulsvlllo baseball
I)n - fm - cri.,ulh:n"il the inila
'!" icc-iiin of th .u i-iunnlzii.
In- Niiiliiujl U-irii.- In Diet in her, 1SU0.
Kn, and U.-.1 I-Vdiuary lm took u vnca.
U-s until Ills return to Ills pot n few
fccottsvllk- Ky.. In 1S70 and vn
ty. Ho served one term In the Ken-
HlltTLANI) Me., Aug. 12. Till!
Midden chitngti from tlio smooth wn-
tern anil soft iiIih of Long Island
I Sound to the boisterous seas ami
strong winds of Capo Cod proved
too much for the lightly sparred mid
heavily canvassed yachts of the Now
York Heel, and few of them, be
cause of long main Iiooiiih 1 i n ' i y; 1 1 i -.t
far out over the slorn were ulilo to
tlo In reefs when tlio Bale struck
them lit midnight on Tuesday.
With one tchooncr nnd ono sloop
Mill unaccounted for, tho worU of
ri'Unlthu; tho fleet, blown to "smith
ereens," was commenced.
Captain MJcrclt of tho NorwcRlan
steamship Hercules, the fourth big
tians-l'aclllc freighter which tho
l'orllaiid & Asiatic Steamship Com
pany has under charter to operate
out of hero to Hongkong nnd way
ports, will arrive eaily In Septem
ber with a bride. Ho will bo mar
ried on tho voyage to Portland, stop
ping at Coronet, a coaling station on
tho West Coast of South America,
Tor Hint purpose. His brjde will bo
Miss TnrMhlscn, of llcrgen, Norway.
TACOMA, July SO. Tho Drltlsh
steamship Suverie, Captain Shotton,
will clear for Woosung and I'ukow,
China, this afternoon with 0, 000, 000
foot of lumber, on which n vnluo of
about $.15,000 will bo placed. Her
cargo Is being shipped by tho Taclflc
Hxport Lumber Company.
Leaving hero nhoiit'tho snnic tlmo
will bo tho regular Oriental liner
Henrlk Ibsen, Captain Slrandwllz,
which will go to Hongkong and way
ports with r.00,000 feet of lumber,
10,000 barrels of Hour nnd C50 bar
rels of beef.
NEW YOIIK, Aug. 13. Tlio wlro-
Marriage a la Mode
HyiMllS. HUMPHREY WARD
This is Mrs. Ward's first novel, the scene of which
is laid partially in America, and Daphne Floyd,
with her "beauty and wealth and self-confidence and
proud jealousy, is a fascinating, and bewildering
creation. The story pictures vividly some funda
mental differences between American and English
character and social customs.' The most popuLr'
of the day.
i . ' Four Illustrations in Color
less telegraph has now become some
thing of a. factor In Wall street
movements. Km- the last two days
tho steamship 1,usltaula has been In
communication by wireless with Now
York. Commission hnutcs reported
yesterday that they had received
buying anil Belling orders from
brokers on tho big ocean greyhound.
"Harney" Ilrnuch, one of tho big
gest traders on tho Stock Kxchnnge,
and who, It Is said, has made a largo
fortuno In his speculation. Is a pas
fcenger on tho I.ualtanta. Ho sent
n-vcral largo buying orders In Steel
nnd Union PaoWc.
Tho Lusltanla reached port last
night with n new record on her
blackboard. Slui. croskfd by tho long
courso In I rtiyn 1C hours nnd 40
minutes, ne.irlythrcp hours better
than her best previous performance.
Her average speed waj 25,05 knots,
and her dnlly runs v;cre: 57, C55,
039, 010, 0LT, and 274 knots. Tho
I.usltnnla Is still fnrty-flvo minutes
behind tho hfst tlmo tnado by her
sister ship, the'Maurctanla.
SHKKIINICSS. Kngland. Aug. 14.
Although tho Admiralty officers are
seeking to suppress the facts, It bo
cnnie known today that n terrlblo
nnvnl disaster narrowly was averted
by the discovery of dynamite cart
ridges mixed In tho coal In tho bun
kers of the battleships Lord Nelson
and Victorious, which were coaling
The Admiralty fears tho dynamite
was really put Into tho coal bunkers
by an Anarchist. A secret naval In
quiry Is progressing and n number
of the most expert operatives from
Scotland board nro here.
TACOMA, Aug. 17. Captain
lllooni of tho fishing schooner I-'or-tunn,
which nrrlved last night from
tho coil fish batiks oft the Untmak
l'nsg brings tho first news of the
drowning of six of tho crew of tho
schooner Harriet O of Anacortcs.
Tho names of tho unfortunate men
nic: First Mnto James McDonald,,
.loll n Petcrsol, Slgvnld Martinson,
l'etcr Whalen, Olnf Peterson and
Hdward McUrnth. May 15th the six
men and two others left tho schoon
er In eight small boats ti llsh In ono
of tho bays off tho UnlniaU Pass.
Tho weather was fair when they
Btartcd out, but soon tho wind
changed nnd n galo blew up, driving
the small boats on shore. Two of
tho men were thrown on tho beach
safe, where they were succord by
tho lighthouse tender. Nothing has
been heard (if the otjicr men.
Local And Coast
The o Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.,
havo recslvcd by S.S. 'Alameda tluee
of tho vcll-known Cuiililac autotnn,
biles, which havo been nnxlously await
ed by pros)ectlvo buyers.
HUDSON TERMINAL, NEW YORK! W. O. M'ADOO, WHO EVOLVED IT.
Miss Adelo Drelcr has Jmt pur
chased cr.o of tho beautiful Cadillac
liitiabout and Is Justly proud of hcr
H. L. Kerr has today
taken delivery of his stylish Baby Ton-l-eau
Cadillac, which Is ono of tho
swclK-st cars In town.
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Big.
Tor eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Among tho latest auto enthusiasts Is
Dr. Wong Lcong, who hns waited four
months to get his Bt)!lsh llaby Ton
ncau Cadillac. The doctor Is not sor
ry that ho waited. Ho says his car Is
running Itko a watch.
Tho demand for tho Cadillac all over
tho States la simply tremendous. It
lb tho biggest f.ivorlte of nil medium
priced cars. Tho factory Is working
day and night to complete tho orders.
In addition to tho carload of Cadil
lacs just received by tho von Hamm
Young Co on tho Alameda another car
load will nrrlvo hero within two
weeks. Some of theso carH havo Al
ready been sold.
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Willi tho opcn'ng of thu down town tubo3 of tho Hudson and Mnnhat
tun railway, Now Yorlt clly, u new epoch In tho progrcs of tho metropolis
comes nt a' stH !o. Trains run from tho New Jersey sldo of tho Hudson
river to tho now terminal at Cortlundt and Church strceta In three mimics,
lhu advantage which this means of ciitetlng tho city gives tho Peunsyl
vunln railroad and other lines Is obvious. It la intimated that 100,000,000
passengers wllj pass through tho tubes annually. Tho accompanying Illus
tration contains a portrait of William 0. SlcAdoo, who solved this mighty
problem of tunneling tho Hudson;
Alleging that some of their coun
trymen nro dying for want of opium,
Mexican revolutionists havo ap
pealed to tlio Political Uotugo and
Defense cague, whoso headquarters leading -Chlneso In Los Angeles havo
Is said to bo In Chicago, for Joso O.
Hanlel nnd Thomas Sarnblu, arrest
ed In San Antonio, Texas.
demanded that tho police return a
largo quantity of tho drug recently
ll,'l.linl U. 8. IV.nl Offlo.
Jiroal.-fast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Uakor's Chocolato (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb, cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Sale by Leading Croceri In Honolulu
Waller Baker & Co. Ltd.
nOKCIIIiSTEK, MASS, U. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
the Saloon, and the Saloon with the
ignorant and vicious, and judge them
' ' It is true that beer is sold in saloons.
Cards are used iii gambling dens
but that doesn't reflect upon your quiet
game of whist in your home.
Bottled PRIMO BEER is the best
malt tonic you could take. "A glass
with your meals." .
TheJ3eer That's jjrewed
lo cuit ine C limaJe
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