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EVRNINJ MJl.t.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WIUINKBDAY, .IL'NK 22, 1910.
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San Francisco Hotels
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ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
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OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction ot California
A valley of great b;auty and grandeur, unique in its
asscmblnnce of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Raif A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic. M-iiiager. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
" At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKXA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN .
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR IIER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT jy 0.00D JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 307 ELITE BUILDING
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
Gfary Street, above-Union Square
Just opposlM Hotel St. Frtncli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Itigs cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Centercf theatre
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawcts." ABC Code.
There's a Way'
to kec- and serve
so that its snarklc and snap
Yoa net the benefit of that
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
Moonlight Dance at
Haleiwa next Satur
00 DOWN BY TRAIN
Sachs Block, Fort and Bcretanla Sts.
Flue furnished rooms, $1 per May
J0 autl upwards per month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
First-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BERGIN. Prop.
We ttndenUnd the ictence of modern filing
equipment suf&cieDtly to explua iu uiea with
out iocurring the riik of over ijritemituiag.
Let ui ihow you how we uw It in our own
OFFICE SUPPLY COMPAQ X
031 Fort Street
M'KIMI V HIGH
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
IM-IM Kim; Slirel, nrnr Mnuunkej
Phone, 201 Daily Delivery
is the best typewriter mani
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Hawaiian News Co.,
FLAGS AND FIREWORKS
FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY
We Arc Headouarler's for These
Wall, Nichols Co.,
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Graduation Program Given Last
Evenin- in School Hall Kaiu
lani Clcsint; Tomorrow Morning.
McKlntoy High School Inst night
was tho Hccno of t lie graduation oxer
clues of tho duns of 1910, tho Interior
decorations being green mid gold, and
music for tho decision being furnish-'
cd by High School orchestra.
Austin 1 lull White, president of tho
grndpatliig class presented the school
wllh n.flne, enlarged nutogrnpli phnlo
graph of President William McKIn
ley. Tin picture, nn excellent like
liest of tho hist "war president," wan
enlarged by Rofcoo Perkins and fram
ed by Ourrey.
The excellent work of tho High
School orchestra was of particular
comment Inist night. The members of
tho orchestra were trained by Mr. Fob
stun and bin success was evident lust
After nn Invocation by Hcv. J. V.
Wadninn tho different numbers on tho
program wcro given all In a creditable
manner. Superintendent Willis T.
I'opo mado n few rcmnrlts to tho
graduate Just before President Oil
tuoro closed (ho cvcnlng'R exercises
with nn address and Professor Scott
presented the diplomas.
Tho program was:
Invocation Rov. J. W. Wadman. D.D.'
Song "Tho Klower of Liberty"..
Salutatory Miss Kdlth Ughtfoot
Ksray "Tho Itclallon of the Public
School to tho Kut tiro Democracy"
. , Kook Yap Onn
Knntnsy "Our Comet"
Miss Kdlth Wong
Selection from King Dodo....I.ndcrs
High School Orchestra
Kssay "aovcrntnent by Commis
sion" Nathaniel Paul lllart
Song "Dear Hawaii"
'. Kdttardo dl Captn
Valedictory.... Edward Walter Cardcn
...Supt. of Schools. Willis T. Popo
Address President Ollmoro
Presentation of diplomas.
Tho graduates In tho college on'
tranco courso are: Nathaniel Pnnl
Wart (with distinction), Onvlen Ar
thur nush (with distinction), K.dward
Walter Cordon (with distinction). Ar
mlgcr Krederlck Dredge, A pan Low
(wllh distinction), Kook Yap Onn.
(with distinction), Kdlth Wong (with
General graduates nro: Oeorgc Har
old Wllllnm ISatnhart (with distinc
tion), Mnrgnret Kerrelrn Ilrnnco, Alan
Banford Davis, Klorenco ,11111 Fergu
son, Irene Mallo Ocrtz. Maruichi Kn
watnoto, Kdlth Mory Ughtroot, Allecn
Kllen Nott. Krances Mary Otrombn.
William Sheldon Ulce Samuel Saffory.
Sarah Kahlwntanl Stone, Austin Hall
The list of commercial graduates
Includes Agnes Hunlohu Apti, Allco
Mary Drown, Marin ltobecci Kuwclo
waheno Johnson. Isabella Munouawa-
heno Nnnmuit, Oyoslil Cora TsuJI,
Oehl KlUnlicth Walnse.
At Kululunl school tomorrow morn
Ing the closing exercises will be hold,
tho program for the morning being:
(a) "Violet limiting" (b) " riy
With Me"..Hooms VIII, X. XII. XIII
Waml Il'illl Room I
niiickliliri Plo ..'. noom IV
Vacation Plans' Room V
(a) "Ho UI No Knlulunl," (b) "Al
naliati" ....,,.. Iloonis XII and XIII
Dwarf Dunce Room' XIII
Frolic of tho Frogs Room VII
Indian Club Drill Koom X
Swedish Donco noom VI
Recitation noom XII
"The Stars nnil Stripes Korovl'"..
Rooms VIII X. XI, XII, XIII
Knmelianichn Tableut Room XIII
Scarf Drill "m xl
Umbrella Dtlll noom II
Vlrnlnla Reel RoomB IX und X
Piano solo .Miss Ayau
Hnwnllan Tableau Hawaii TDnol,
Star Spangled .nanucr
Rooms XI; XII, XIII
Tho admlEslon Is 25 cents, charged
In older to ralso funds for a piano.
HAD OPENED ,
In order to get the precinct reg
ister, which were sealed up u bal
lot puckugos. Secretary Molt-8mlth,
In tho presence of Justlro Do Holt,
opened tho package of tho second
and i:th districts, icpreseutlng
West Hawuli und Kanal, yosterday.
. Klcrtlnn Inspectors have to bo fur
nished with, copies of the precinct
register, und us the Inspectors In
II. e Kernnd district hud sealed un till
J the registers Instead of leaving ono
out for tho" Secretary, und as the
sixth district Inspectors had borrow
ed the. Secretary's register for a spo.
clal ele Hon and hud sealed It up
In the ballot package, these p-ick-nges
mid lo he opened.
causes nine-tenths of all sickness.
Indigestion followed by headache,
general lfstlessness, despondency, ,
enfeebled action of the mind and
body, cold, clammy feet and hands
and paleness are sure signs of poor
circulation. If not taken in time
serious trouble will .follow, frhat
tired feeling comes from sluggish
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There will be n polo practice gamo
this afternoon at Moanalua and tho
old timers will phiy portals ngalnst
tho beginners. The Illuos Whites and
Reds will take part. In tho games and
tho lineups nro as follow:
Hlues No. 1. Ij. Lemon or It. W. At
kinson: No. 2. S. A. Iluldwln: No. 3.
W. K. Dillingham or John Krdman;
No. A, II. (1. Dillingham or Clco. Dcnl
son. ' '
Reds-No. 1 W. I), llahlwln: No. 2,
Lieutenant Rogers or Harold Castle;
No. 3. E. II. Lewis; No. I, Al Ma
goon. Whltei John Oruce or Dr. llcde
mann; No. 2, Hob McCorrlston; No.
3, Oeorgo McCorrlston; No. I, Mr.
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