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EVttNINJ tUll.l.ICTIN, HONOLULU. T. It., TIIUP.S0Y, JUST. 23. 1M0
Sail Francisco Hotels
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NEW STOCKS LITEST DEVICES
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppoilte Holt! St. Fr.ncli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
I ngj cost $200,000. Illghclas'hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
ferrlngallove city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Ilolel Stewart now.recognlzed as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
ALL OVER WORLD
Promotion Committee Will Answer
Questions From Settlers and
1 Tourists Seattle Branch Busy,
Tho prairies of Wjomlng. clustered
tonus of I'enusjhanla valley of tho
Mississippi, steppes of Siberia anil
broxil ncios of Australia ami New Zea
land each brought their quota of In'
SEAT SALES FOR
Tho ailvancn lo for Bents for "Tho
Telephone Olrl" began this morning
at IJcrgstroniB. Mnnngc'r Cohin an
nounced ycstciduy that ho had mailo
arrangement!! to first present his com
pany of comedy artists at tho Opera
llotiso June 27 It being Impossible to
have the Orpheiim In readiness bo
fore July 4 on which day tho formal
opening of tho now playhouse will
I "Tho Telephone tOlrl" which H n
,. . . ,. .. n . 1 IIIIIUIUI tJWNli-llj Wl iiiniouni n.t..,
,..,. , , ...,, u.,nn hilarious sllunllona and brilliant llnsa,
' ?,r,Rrl?,,?."";.'mr.,'K",ll.n,BJT1,,ll"llB rega.ded ana of the most modern
mo iwi us t irMiiivsii n iicunuiu ill
the 1'araillne uf tho Pacific.
For Four Weeks on i
Cornplete Hat Stock
102H Nmtnnu St
There is nothitiR stale or
insipid or flat about any of
the beers, liquors or mixed
tlriiks tcivcd nt the rcsoitof
llcnolulu's particular men
C. J. HcCARTHY, Proprietor
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
asscmblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the- number of it; stupendous waterfalls.
Now Readied by Rai! A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southf rn Tacifle and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Trams Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
Moonlight Dance at
Haleiwa next Satur
GO DOWN BY TRAIN
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
I'liic furnished rooms, SI per day
110 and upwards per mouth. Bpjen
MPS C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
l.ctteiH nskvd all sorts of questions
from the openings here for n joiing
doctor from Mississippi to opportuni
ties In f.irmlng for a "hard working
man with fairly good business head
connected with funeral thousand dol
lars," from n Wjonilng man who do
Hires to coma to Hawaii.
Iti-no' ile Bobel who spent several
weeks hero staying nt tho Young,
writes, from Uchltu, Siberia, that n
party are coming to lull tho States
and ho has Indiircd them to tnko In
mnalr.nl nffnclmra lf tlin tiri'K.Mlt llllV.
Tho romedy Is so cleverly arranged
as to glvu all of tho members of tho
company nmplo opportunities to dis
Manager Cohen's players will arrive J
this week on the Sierra
HILO HIGH SCHOOL
TO HOLD EXERCISES
(Special to II it 1 latin.)
IIII.O. Hawaii. Juno 20. Tho
closing exercises of the IIIIo.lHgh!
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd..
Honolulu on tho way lather than go School will take plucc next Thurs.i
day, when tho following program
will bo rendered:
"Song of Ilc9t" (P. von Tlotow).
Kssay "Tho ruturo cjf Hawaii". .
Miss ttluncho Cnnarlo
Roumanian Polk Song.
."7 Itobert Maby
"The Millers Wooing" (Tanlng).
Usaay "Oeorgo llllot and Sir
Miss Annlr Chalmers
"Old Welsh Song" (harmonized by
Orntlon "Tho Ailvnutages of n
Address to tho (irniliuitcs. . .. . . .
rtev, Aug. ()ralim
"Ode to Joy" (llcothocu), from
tho SHI'S) hphony.
Presentation of Diplomas by the
First-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beacb
W. C. BEROIN, Prop.
"At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KINO STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE TOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
AutWj.d Amu I
I I equipment wScknuy to eipUia its uses with I
We undenUnd l) science of modem filing
equipment wtneknuy to eiplua its uie wih
out locumng the riik o( over irstemitiuoa
Let ut show you how we twe it in our own
1F1TCE SUPPLY COMPANY
031 Fort Street
rLAQS AND FIREWORKS
FOR THE TOURTH OF JULY
We Ate Hcadauartcrs for Thcsu
Wall, Nichols Co.,
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish. Market
iionk. en 6
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO,
m-flfl Klmr filrrct, near Muminkra
l'linno 21)1 Diily Dcllvciy
is the bc3t typewtitcr mani
folding paper made,
Hawaiian News Co.,
tho northern route Into Seattle.
Krnncrs K. Ilcadlea in chargo of
tho promotion work nt Scattlo writes
a long letter of what sho has dono
thero during tho past to weeks, tho
letter being written on June 7. It is
In part as follow b:
"I havo mado nomo progress townnl
eilnbllshlng the hureau hero during
Hie past two wcckB qnllo a number
of organizations have been Interview
ed concerning placing of some of tho
lectures on Hawaii which I havo put
under the following heads: 'Hawaii
Old and New,' 'l.lfo In Hawaii, 'Ha
waii ns tho Tourist Bees It.' nnd 'Ha
waii, Its neBOiirccs and Opportuni
ties.' The latter will bo used only
before commercial organizations.
"I hnvp secured n placo on tho pro
gram of the Chatauqun Assembly July
19 31. It Is expected thero will be J
5 000 In attendance. I am to Bpeak
before the Seattlo Commercial Club
tonight, nnd gUo ono of tho lectures.
Will report the uttendanco and re
Biilts In my next. I am to spak bo
fore two women's clubs this week pro
pirntory to placing tho lectures In tho
fall this being tho Inst meeting of
earh until after tho summer vnratloii.
The Y. M. C, A.. Y. W. C. A., tho Arc
tic Club 'and three rhurches havo tho
subject now in tho bunds of their res
pcctlxo ctimmlltces. 1 am to meet with
tho mlnlklers of tho city Friday and
bring the matter to tneir atieniioii
with a )iw or placing tho lectures he
fore their different organizations.
"Tho Chamber of Commerco here
Is especially fmorablo to our work,
nnd they offer to the commltteo tho
prhllego of placing our exhibit thero
freo of charge. Mr. Yandell. tho sec
retary, sns he trlfd to secure It nt
the closo of tho Exposition but did
not Hiirccil. Willie tho chnmher hero
docs not' compare with that nt 1-os
AiiiiLlfs In the number of visitors.
I still something like l.uuo perpons ior
week pass through to Uow It.
"I havo visited u number of steam
ship companies and havo secured tho
privilege of plu'-lug plctuies of Ha
wull In almost cer case. I can
placo twenty flo of them If tho com
mitter feel that they care to Incur
that expense Somo of thesq will bo
on Alaska boats, among them tho
Alameda so dear to llonoliilans."
"World's tides flow through Hono
lulu." Is the slogan suggested by Mrs.
l.uiirn French Kennedy of Kloni.
Washington, for tho Promotion Coin
mltteo to adopt In ndertlslng tho
rllj. sho having been Informed of the
niogiin conieBi uy a iiuhwuiu "
visiting In her town.
.. K. Myers In n letter to the Com
mltteo tells of n number of 8pokano
people coming to Hawaii for tho -winter
months unit sends u list of fifty
names of peoplo on tho coast nnd oast
who nro Interested In tho Islands and
would ho glud to iccclvo Information
about them. Ho also states that W.
L. Hathaway, manager of Mutual
Life Insurance Company at San Fran
elbco with other represcntathes of
the company plans to como to Honn
lulu and will bring machines to tour
Another Interesting letter received
Is fiom Charles McNab who purchas
ed tho Van Dine property In Manoa
Vnllev. Ho stales that ho and Mrs.
McNab will start for Honolulu by tho
inlddln of August If It Is possible to
get nwny by Hint time, and that his
wife Is homesick to return bore.
In All Colors, ,
$12.50 to $27.50
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
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Tho following wlnliiss mais.igo has
l.oin i reel vcif by tho Agguts from tho
ft. 8. Sierra'. "At sea, Juno'SJ. 191".
8 n. in. 8. 8. Sierra. 503 tiillus.froiii
lliinoliilii moderiito N K. winds. Vino
Innr wnnthor. llur. 30i32. ulr 72, W
rnblii. It) steeiOKB nusseimers. WIO
tons cm go. 202 sicks mull, Wells
I'mgo Kxpress. Will be off lort oarly
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER.
draws tho pulu mid liitlaiiuniilloii from
lit'ontlnuH ami Imioil bites. Kontlum
ami ullioit tliu ii w Till t(bluii or mos
filltii bltvs, 2!ie, 35o Mini B0n hollies,
Ifir. tdltorlsl rooms "KO bvtl
nets, olllre, Theor ni thi tlphon
numbero of Ilia I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n olllca,
FOR MEN WHO ARE
HARDEST TO PLEASE -
ADLER-ROCHESTERS are not for men who llml nullnuiy cluthes "Rood unotigli." ' ..
Thoy uro mudo for thoso who Ujmnud alt Hint Is posslblo in lit tho best In stylo, matotluls and Wo'rk
muushlp. And sin o 1809 thoy havo uover dlKippolntcd. Toiluy they're woiu by tho fastidious men of bIx u
tlons. Hvory gurmoiit In our slock gives ample proof of tlicno tacts.
You'll II nil among them this fceasoii'a most rushlonublo shades grays, blues anil browns ' tlia finest
fnhilis, the hiimlbomest putturns,
A trip through the now Adler-Rochester plant Amorlru's finest lallorliiR liislliuilun, whero Kill win
dows give light uuil airs where vacuum dinners operate mid he air Is rbiiigeil iivnry eluhl iiiliuitns; wheiu
th ii artisans employed wink iiiuld homo luiiifm Is would iiiiiI.h oii roreMx u imuerl to Adlcr-Rocheitcr
The tri'i may be imponiblo, but you can ice the RESULTS of these ideal conditions in our store: ray
us a visit today,
L. B. KERR & CO.
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