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HMO, 12 nvnxixo mii.T.nTtN, iionoi.ui.u, t. ,. Monday, sov. 22. mft!). " ' jl
MIT These frames wc are .bowing are AKIfCriUIMr IAV
fX "rl 1llTYC unusual, the hand carving is artist- ll l3Ul V lllll Jt
a 1 I D II Ell I V VJk !rn1l Anne an.l ilm loolfrnt nri mre' II . I
fK& 73 and beautiful.
K' Wc fiamc pictures to your order, ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
Bp'- iHing our taste when requested. XM.MM. .. -f -..-. m. wr MMW
F-. - 'FORT BELOW KINO STREET.
Hi' 1 i III ing unusually good things in this line. Hole prices: Manna
W corporation ot.c.s JEALOUS OF
If , Metropolitan Meat HIS MARY ANNE
MfSt Notice to Stockholders. 1UtH
N'nlloo I lioirliy filcn that llio
liiu1(mliciioil will MinKo u luiill.il ill
tilliiitluii tit tlio nsBi'la of 111" Mutro
IKilllun Mrut Company, Limited, H
lluwuitnii I'nrpnrntliiii, to tlie extent
of $-111 jier Hliaro n Ilic olllcu ut the
Audit Comp uiv of lltiwtitl, on llcllii'l
Street, Honolulu, Teirltoiy of llu
Mlll. nt till tliiio on or ntti-r tliu
Will il.iy or Nmcnibrr, IHUi).
ytJIoeK corllllcnli'H mum bo
, Honolulu, T. It., Xmcmlicr 1",
A. V. T. UOTTOMl.KV,
Trustee of lletioiolltun
Mint Cunii.iii), Mmlteil.
4 li.') ir
San Francisco Hotels
Gtsry Street, above Union Square
Just orposlte Hotel Sl. FmocU
European Plan SI. CO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
liiRSCostS'200,000. High class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans,
firrlncalloverclty. Omnibus meets
All train and steamers. Send for
booklet w ith map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it Insttntly.
THE POND DAIRY.
FOP. SALE AT ALL BARS
"The Tincst Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.'
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts
Beer on Tap
W. G. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
Free of Charge.
Room 11, Kapiolani Building.
Honolulu, T. H.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
HEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
fesU Hotel Street, near Fort.
ii-I-v nr wllnt tn Ea all nnr nlit rnl.
"Mniy Anno" in n rather rnmelr
Hum nil. in il.niixel. who h.ls uldently
tiioiisoil Iho mirriiulteil mliiilr.it ton of
nt least two heartbroken youths.
l.ild Keahl, much batlcrotl and ii i-
poarliig (onslil"iiibIy tlio worn; foi
his encounter with what lie. termed :i
junliitis suitor for I ho dainty hand of
"Mary Anne," exhibited his damaged
featutes to hoernl olflcorg or tlio law,
Including Judge Andrede fiiturdiiy
morning. Kenhl ImiiiRlit ehargos
iigalnst one (leotge Klkllu for assault
nmt hittcry. It appears that both
nuiiK men had called nt the homo of
tho object of their nftecllons nnd
dreams. From the story to'd In rourt
It would look ns If Keahl was trmel-
ilng on tin Inside hack In tho mara-
thon race for Iho undivided affection
or "Mary Anne." This nt any inte Is
the leasmi nsslgned by Keahl Tor tho
improMd.ed .attack upon him in hi
rival Tho scrap had been a fast nnd
rurlous one and ns n icsult or Klklli
being the larger or tho suitors ror the
hand and heait ot tho fair Mary Anne,
tho smuller man was soverily bested.
Ho suffered several lusty swats, ono
or which put his June to the star-
board, u cut near tlio mouth, and an
ojo was decilrated u ilijop lined color
by tho Impact or n list handled by the
The love-lorn youths aroused I'onsld- p,,, to cpread ubout town nnd Iho po
einblo nmiisement as they related fular cigar stand or this company at
their tales ol misplaced affection. 'tiu corner of Fort nnd King streets
In order to cunnlly distribute tho lns )Cl.n l.tsleged by hundreds of dis
honors the court nessud n flue or
Ion dollars to each or Iho scrappers.
CHEER THEIR HEROES';
Actmted b) the stlrlt of loyally to
their Kmperor und tliu appreciation for
the tplendld work of their uaial do
lenders, local Japanese Friday night
paraded through Iho streets with thou
sands of lanterns nnd torch lights, on
their wnv down to the cruiser Idziimo,
where the) cheeied nnd banzilcd tho
odlccrs and men.
Tho procession, formed nt Aalu l'aik,
Uarted to r.uno on lleietaulii stieot,
then down on Al.ikea street to tho
Idziimo. Almost all the .Inpancsc pop-J
illation turned out Hi run rorce. some,
came from Mollllll, Mothers, carrying
their babies on their backs, also
helped luako tho piocesslon a success.
Tho march was headed by. Fred K,
Maklno mid other enthusiastic people.
rAt tho wharf, they wero received by
Xnd it is
r I B M.
AmJ m jm m W ymS
m mm T-dmwmmr
NOTED CIGAR FIRM
GETS NEW STOCK
FRESH SHIPMENT OF GENUINE
MANILA SMOKES RECEIVED
DIRECr FROM CELEBRATED
In keeping HI' Its position nt thi
hw-it mill most iiiomlneiit clgur en
tablltlunviil In the Hawaiian Islands
llm M. A. (luimt Co. lias Jimt recehfd
tliu Ill st Kliliiuent or Manila clears ill
met from tlio factory Hint lias been re
relveil In Honolulu Blnce tliu now ciiv
loms ri'Knlntlons went Into efffct. All
otlmr stocks Unit .tirrheil lieroloroio
liaxo been 1 urcliaseil tlumigli Jobbers,,
Tlio Importance to local smokers or
llii' arrangement inaile by Hie M. A.
dunst Co. can only bo appreciated
ulien joii renllzo that tills company
is In n position to oITpi' Manila cigars
lit prices rnr below nny olliers In tills
cty. ,,j ttint tlio M. A. Qimst Co. is
underselling nil other Manila cigars Is
demonstrated when ou compare their
piCOs with others.
The Ouust shliiment came direct
frm t0 famous factory Campatiln
neueral ik Tabacos do Flllplnas "To-
Ii.iciiI.iio," the largest factory in tlio
Philippines nnd Known tanll army ond
lmvy )IK,M m lM0 been n tho I'lill-
ppIK. Islands ns the producer or tho
b''t or nil grades or Manlln cigars,
Tho "Tobaenlaro" Is under strict
goernincnt siiperxlslon. u rnct that
establishes the reliability or their pro-
,iuct and this should not be ocrlonk-
c,i ,j 0Clli Bmokeis. Tho rnct or this
government mipenlulon Is attested on
tho stamp on tho box.
I As soon us the Ounst Company re-
cc!od their supply ot Manila cigars
I hum Iho Custom houso tho news liO'
criminate smokers who wero eager to
fiet In on tho now stock and tho ex
tremely low prices. Kvorywhero beam
ing races, radiant with satUfnctlon,
could bo scon about town behind vari
ous sizes or tho famous Manila cigars
and rragrnnt odors or the I.n Flor do
a Isabela filled tho air. It Is seldom
Hint nil'.-tlilMI- limt'na nn liiutnntlt- nv.
I )ar ,, Ul0 ,)c ,mg b Ul0
caso with this cigar.
To glvo i-omo Iden of tho prices or
tho Iu l-lor do Isabeln tho Ounst Co.
Ei-ll tho different ctzes from soen for
a quarter to throo for n half nnd the
box prices run from $1 to Jl,
If )im hnie never smoked a Manila
cigar; or If jou hnvo smoked whnt has
been called n Mnniln cigar nnd failed
to connect, don't Jiulgo them until you
smnko a genuine I .a Flor do In Isa
That Kathcilno Klkins nnd the
duke of tho Abruzzl nro In constant
coirespondenco, thnt thoy will be
married soon, that the duke will bo
undo n rear-admiral and that MIbs
I:1Miib will become n princess Is as
serted by n Milan correspondent.
of Primo Beer
Goes well at any time, but it tastes best
when taken with the evening meal,
"' "It sharpens the appetite, aids the
digestion, and quiets tired nerves. It is
the best beer you can drink, because it
is the purest. , '
the best tonic you' can
io quit i e jjmiMe
Tells Inside Facts Of
Tho Hawaii Herald sas: Monro
sentntlvo Affonso leturned esterday
from Honolulu where he attended tho
special session of the Legislature. lie
renins to tho Advertiser's stoiy, re
produced in Tuesdays Tribune, Af
There is absolute!) nothing to tho
story. To begin with llolsteln belongs
to a different elective district, tlio sec
ond, nnd I would have no more to do
f villi his election there than ho would
wlih'inlno hero, In tho first district.
"Tho Honolulu paper bus I was
peeved" becnuso llolsteln 'sat upon'
mo several tunes. This Is nlso gath
ered from tho fertile Iniaglnatlvo grey
matter of tho morning paper's scribe.
llolsteln sat down on no ono nor had
ho tho occnslon or mccsslty to do so
nt any lime during the special session.
'Castro nnd I spoke and labored
hard to defeat, In the Homo, Cohen's
resolution favoring the suspension of
the cooBtwIso shipping laws. Tho Ad
vertiser was out, tooth and nail, ror
tho resolution. It had cveiy morning,
during tho session, endeavored to find
some one to take the matter up In Iho
House but It was only on tho last day
or the session that tlio Advertiser suo
cceded In finding a soiisnr for Its tin
American' resolution Its reporter In
tho House, himself dtew up tho reso
lution, ii cumbersome and unparlia
mentary nffalr and Cohen, almost ut
tho eleventh hour, brought fortli tho
pet scheme or tho morning paper. It
passed the House, III to 12. but met n
well merited npd inglorious death nt
tho hands or Iho Senate.
"From that time on I was porsonn
non grata with tho Advertiser nnd
henco tho article, reptodticed hero In
tho Tribune, tho only motive or whlidi
seems to be to ridicule and discredit
mo Willi my conMlucncy.
"Speaker llolsteln Is my personal
friend nnd no ono admires his ability
mora than I do, and I hope Hint future
legislatures will number him among
Representative Affonso In a letter
to the II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n states that the man
who drow tho resolution was the Pud-
flc Monthly wilier of tho Advertiser
Deaf Mute Divorced. St, Louis,
Nov. 3. A divorce was granted by
Judge Wlllirow today of tho circuit
court to Mrs. Nannie E. Burns, n dent
mute, from Joseph Hums of Oranlto
City, HI., alr.o u doaf mute, on tho
testimony or dear inuto witnesses. A
woman who could talk and hoar Inter
preted tho testimony. ,
take and the '
Pies and Pastry
We have an established reputation for selling fine
PIES AND PASTRY. This year we will add to it by offer
ing unusually good things in this line, Note prices:
REGULAR HOME-MADE MINCE. 25o and 35c
. .'.... f. i EXTRA SOCenti and $1.00
PUMPKIN, 25c EXTRA CO Cents
Cranberry, 25c '....' EXTRA 50 Cents
SQUASH, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
PLUM PUDDING, 25c EXTRA 60 Cents
Other pies at the usual prices. The pastry will be
fresh, as an additional force will be engaged in the baking.
Send in Your Order Today
, Hotel St., near Union. Telephone 311.
Beats anything on the market for the home laundry.
White in color, high grade, and costs no more than com
mon soap. i
Sold by All Grocers
LOOK, READ, BUY
Lot Pearl City, 50x180; a snap ' 250.00
Metcalf Ave., 7-room bungalow; lot 200x300' 3,500.00
Emma St., near Vineyard; 6 rooms; lot 45x100 . 2,700.00
Puunui District; 5 rooms and bath; lot 60x140 1,600.00
Kinau St.;. 6-room bungalow; 3 bedrooms; lot 50x00 . . 2,700.00
Kapiolani St., above Lunalilo; 8 rooms - 3,750.00
83 Merchant St.
Mont Rouge Wines
t. i. iMMni.ii.v. tiiit nt naiirnrnfa winei. The wine Is a
9 HIC tVIIIIViBBVU VMWIVV W ww.w. ..--- -
wroduct of Livermore Valley and is alwayi aged in wood before bot
tling, Tills wine has oeen servea oy we raiace jmic ivt jujr j"
Sole Agents Hawaii
,, W. C. PEACOCK & CO.. '
Phone ilH . "House of
BEST' WOOD AND COAL
Finest grades, lowest prices and prompt delivery, Or
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Quality." 88 Merchant St.
Office Fort St.. opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co.
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $0,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150.' 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot' near car line 000.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x430, near Waia
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain. . 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Charles A. Stanton.1
Room 38 Alexander Young Building.
Honolulu. X. H.
Dr. J. II. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 580. Residence, 1460.
At All Watchdealert.
' Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
tor. FORI and KING SU HoxJula.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Orier.
iotur. Framing a Specialty.
563 8. 1ER1TAN1A II.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 121
King St.; P. 0, Box 811
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. 0pp. Convent. '
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