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nVESINQ nUU-ETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., THURSDAY, NOV. 4. 1009
Remember Saturday, Nov. 6th.
NEW MOULDINGS, NEW PRINTS, NEW FILMS, NEW CAMERAS, NEW IDEAS
At G II r r e y ' S , 1066 Fort Street
A microscope affords amusement which is instructive.
In the hands of adults or youths the microscope develops
n broad interest in nature and cultivates valuable habits of
We carry the best and complete equipment, such as
necessary apparatus for making "mounts," pocket magni
fying glass, dissecting set, glass slides, etc. We invite
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fort St., near Hotel.
Asti Wines Again In the Lead
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 21, 1909.
The official list of awards jest published by the Alaska-Yukon-Pacifio Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They hav received the only Grand Prize awarded on California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN SWISS COLONY has Nalso
received twenty (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIPO, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgundy, Chablis, Claret, Port, Zinfandel, Haut Sauteme, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauterne, Tckay, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grape Juice, red
m. Wood and Coal. Important !
We only ask a trial order. We will then endeavor so to treat you
that we will gain your permanent trade.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Phone 281. Fort Street. Below Merchant.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Piin.'tnri- nd Piano Movtnj
CEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $29.
md cloth of A-l quality can be pat-!
chased from '
SATNa CH AIN, I
MrnATmT.T.sa PI .Tlfl
H. 0. Box 981. Telephone Ml,;
You will find it will pay
you many times over in satis
faction if you give some per
sonal attention to the selec
tion of ornamental locks and
hinges for the doors and win
dows of your own house.
The largest stock at
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
I RECREATIONS I
MAY DE EARLIER.
Word ImH rencht'il Mr. Adams that;
tho Makurn may nrrlo on Monday,
hi uhlclwcase IlenKoiigh will glvo an
entertainment at tin Opera Hoiiso on
Monday night. Tin ibacnco of a wire
less Hjstcm on tin Canadian hoatB
mnkcH It Imnosslbl. to Kct exact In
formation as to tin llnie of urrlnl of
thoso vessels. The nubile may feel
nssuted tho cntcri llimicnt will be n
distinct not city. H was to Australia,
tthero It aroused tho titmost entluis
lasm In Sjdncy, where he opened his
Australian tour. Speaking of his first
entertainment, the Australian Star
tajH, "Ucngougli appeared to a largo
nmllenco on Satin day ctenlng for tho
Ilrst of his entertainments In Sydney
nnd protcd the most delightful of on
tcrtnlners. The cartoon with Ben
gough Is ns rcinly bb the uttered Jest
of tho ordlnar) humorist. Ills mch
ods seem of the simplest, but his slm
pllclty Is tho meio perfection of the
artist. The line nnd tho curve have
their meaning Signatures, ho will
declare appear to him to suggest tho
personality of their owners. Tho nil
dlcnco ponders otcr 'his meaning,
while ha writes down BOmo signature
In chalk upon tho sheet. Then they
i call to. Tho word "coon" Is written
down, and of cmtrso Btiggcsts tho col
ored champion, tho crajons slide httli
or and tliltlier, and in a trice, affable
and beaming, Hands Johnson over his
fallen opponent Hengotigh has dls
covered humor In most things and as
n. enrtrxinltif. humnrlKt nn,l mitiridnii
tlnm-nni-h 'la In Mmsnlf n In. at n,nl
u host of the most Renin! entertaining
Thcro is u tnrlity of Interesting
scenes nt Thu Ilonlnc .tonight. New
local scenes of tho Japanese athletic
nrt of klnjltsu mid wrestling, and u
most entertaining lot of genre sub
jects entitled "Snapshots" lu Japan
depicting tho quaint scenes and cus
tome of carnhal tlnio when tho cher
fry blossom coiihb und us a diver
sion u fit of beautiful optical slides
In color of various odd things and
places throughout tho island empire.
Theru nro many other odd things
from the States and Europe to bo
seen, and a repetition of thu very pop
ular Biirrboard riding scenes or Will
AALA PARK CONCERT.
The Hawaiian band will glte n pub
lie conceit this ctenlng at Anla Park
at 7:30 o'clock, tho program to bo as
March Hula Olrl Koianl
Otertuie I'ra Dlavolo Aubei
Intermezzo Rainbow Welnrlch
Selection Tho Madame Angot.I.ccocq
I PART II.
ocal Hawaiian songs.. ar. by Bergor
Selection American Alrs.Ijinrendeaii
Wultz Ilollo Anil Meisler
llnnle Algeria Herbert
I Tho 3tor Spangled nanncr.
That Mr. Mathews gives free lectin e
nt tho Young building on "How to
I.earn n Language- In FIto WeekB." Ni
Kiununar to icarn; no drudgery: no
home work: etory lesson a pleasant
pastime; and results nro positive!
8enator Aldrlch May Retire. Prov
Idcnco, It, I, Thero is rcnownl of the
icpoit that Senator Aldrlch will rotlu
from the Sennto at tho end of his pros
cut torn). Close friends nro said tr
conllun tho retliemcnt report.
UNIQUE IN COLORING AND GENUINELY HARE IN DESION. THERE ARE SOME SUITABLE TOR"
OTHER ROOMS IN THE HOME. COPLEY PRINTS AND SUBJECTS IN COLOR THAT APPEAL TO PER.
SONS WITH A TASTE FOR THE BEAUTIFUL IN ART.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
' FORT BELOW KING STREET. '
Last night's banquet of Consul Gen
eral Ujeno, In honor of tho Mikado's
birthday, was a grand success. It
was git on under n large tent at tho
roar of tho Consul's official residence,
where about four hundred people, in
eluding ladles and gentlemen, weio
fed. Tho entire grounds weio brll
liantly Illuminated with electric lights
whlah added much to the attractive
ness of tho general decorations.
Tho tables loaded with Oriental
dishes, wero placed around n pine
treo, which waB also decorated with
colored lights and artificial chorry
Shortly after 8 o'clock, malo guests
wero told to bo seated. Tho ladles
who had been waiting In tho reception
rooms of the Consul's residence, next
woro escorted to their BeatB by Con
sul General U)cno, who paid special
attention to their comfort. This dono,
tho guests, nt tho Instance of their
Consul, aroso while tho orchestra
under tho leadership of Mr. Dot,
plajed Klmlga-jo, tho Japanese Xa
After congratulatory remarks In
honor of tho Imperial Majesty, the
Consul proposed tho health of the
Emperor, while tho guests aroso and
gato threo ringing banzais. Ho then
appointed Dr. Katstinuma ns toast
master, whoso entertaining manners
nnd pleasing dolltery of speech made
ctcoono present feci at home. Mr.
Toklcda, of tho Yokohama Speclo
Bank, and others also did their part
well wlillo addressing tho guests.
Tho banquet 'was made nioro Intel'
C8tlng by the presence of tho .Inn
nneso actors, who performed during
the ctenlng. Fred K Mnklno, whose
comical after dinner talk Is well
known hero, amused the guests ox
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Corpl. James Nllcs. Co. "Q" 20th
Infantrj wns made 8ergeant In placo
or Sergeant E. C. Williams, who was
discharged Tuesday. Scrcant Nllcs Is
a good all around soldier and has In
several enlistments. He is an ex
pert rifleman, and Is well worthy of
Sergeant n. C. Williams of Co. "G
20th Infantry was discharged Tuesday,
und will leato on tho next transport
lor tho states, to Join IiIb family. Set
gcant Williams has In a number of
enlistments und may re-onllst In
tho States. Ho is well liked out
at Tort Shatter and tho boys all regret
to seo him leato. Ho has a number
of friendB in Honolulu who will glto
him a great send off.
Tho roads out nt Fort Slmftnr tint
all been oiled and rolled, and aro now
In fine condition. While tho troops
woro out on their twenty-one day pruc
tlco march thero wero lotB cjf Improve
ments made, such as lajlng of now
concrete walks nround tho now offi
cers' buildings nnd tho now barracks.
Thero was also Bomo painting dono on
all of tho old bulidlnss. Tho iioat
looks very neat at proacnt.
PROMOTION FOR CAPTAIN REES.
Tho present tour of thn linitn.i
States taken by President Taft Is be
lleted to have caused the slight dolaj
In the ni rival of tho commission which
will make an admiral of Captain Boca
of tho local naval, station. Tho pro
motion of Captain Bees is understood
to hato been cffcctlto from October
r 4 I
Bank Recelvertl. Anr,alntH wii.
Ington The closing of tho Hist Na
tional Bank of Mineral Point. Wis , Is
reported to tho comptroller pf tho cur
rency today. Tho rnmntrnllnr h.o ..
iwlnted John W. Schofleld iccelter.
The assets and liabilities of tho bank
at the time of tho last ropoit wero
wet. J5 tho
Tho Cnriieglo Steel1 Coin
out to Its emplotocs on
largest pa) roll slnco tho
pajnient of October, 1907.
in lis Allegheny count
aggregated moio than
a?. jwaii" J
Li.iKTvN Of T n
c iaT a chokm'.
Is of benefit as a deddorizer,
antiseptic cleansing agent and
preservative. Produces a beauti
ful polish. Absolutely free from
grit and acid. Positively bene
ficial and deliciously fragrant.
Very convenient for the traveler.
In patent Sanitary Tin.
Benson, Smith & Co , Agents,
Panama Prices Prevail
Here Thi Week on PANAMA HATS.
The $7.50 kind now $4.50
The $6.50 kind now .' 3k50
Vee Chan & Co.,
DRY Q00DS DEALERS.
Corner King and Bethel
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CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA
ATTRACTIVE FALL and WINTER FASHIONS
Just arrived, some of the
most pronounced New York
styles and patterns. We in
vite your earliest inspection.
Note A stitch in time
saves nine and may save a
doctor's bill. Our shoe re.
pair shop is the most modern
WHILE YOU WAIT.
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Sts.
Men's Work a Specialty
We launder collars, cuffs and shirts in that superb finish -so much
sought after by gentlemen of refined taste. All work done by hand.
Phone 1451. 258 Beretania St.
FRENCH LAUNDRY, J. Abadie, Prop.
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