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KVRNINO nilM.KTIN, IION0MII.il, T. II, TIII'tlSDAY. .It'l.Y T. 1010.
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It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants? invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samplei free to PhyilcUni and Druggltti.
At all Druggists.
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orrow nt St. Andrew's Bishon
I Willis of Tonca Was Bishop at
IftrfolSlg (of Xhlrty Yean.
. Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
; Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
. lot and profit thereby, and upon
that Jot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breqze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
OPEN AIL YEAR
The-Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b;auty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffla Mnnaeer. Y. V. R R.. Merced, Cal.
Fifty. vo.iY h ir)ol In tho Hpls
copal church Is tliot record of lllsliop
Willis of Toiigu, who vwm Illalio.i of
Honolulu for thirty years prior to
It nn on July 8, ISRO, In Mercer's
Chapel, Ironmonger Htrcet, Ixindon,
that the lllsliop was inado u priest,
mill the fiftieth nnnlverenry of tho
I event will bo obscntil In St. Amhcw's
Cathedral tomorrow mornltiK at 7
o'clock when tho Holy KucharUt will
tc cckhrated liy Canon Aull.
1 lie held the bishopric In Honolulu
until tho church wan transferred from
Kugllsh control to tliat of tho Amer
ican Episcopal church, when lllshop
Itcstarlck came here nnd lllshop Wll-
tils went to Tonga,
I lllsho)) Willis left many friends In
Honolulu who will Join In the cele
bration of his Jubllvu tomorrow at' the
j Ills literary work Included aft en
larged translation of tho Hawaiian
I'raycrbook, translation of Catechism
of Chief Truths or Christian Itcllglou,
nnd publisher of Hawaiian llymnbook,
containing moro than three hundred
nt. Hev. Alfred Willis was tho son
of Tras. Willis, M l) and"
was born nt Hhllllnglhorpo Hall,
near Stamford Lines, on Febru
ary 3, I83C, and wns married Septem
ber 23, 1883, to Kmuia Mary, third
laughter of the late Captain Hlmsgu
of the llrltlah army and granddaugh
ter of the Into Sir It, a. Simeon, Hart,
lllshop Willis was educated at Up
lilnghnm School under Dr. Henry Hoi
den, and Doctor Thwlng at St. John's
College, Oxford. He became a II.A. In
1859, M.A. In 18C4. Ho was made a
deacon In 1809 and n priest on July
J 8, 1860, In tho Mercers' Chapel, Iron
monger street, London. Ho wns con
secrated tho second bishop of Hono
lulu on February 2, 1872, In tho chnpcl
of'Lnmbetli Palace by tho Archblshon
of Canterbury, assisted by the bish
ops of I-ondon, Winchester and ltoch-
ester. He was curate of Strom, Kent,
j from 18.19 to 1802, and Incumbent of
St. Mnrk, New llomptoii, Kent, from
I I8C3 to 1872.
BIG PAY FOR
Will Receive $10,000 for Each of
Four Appearances During Mexi
can Centennial in September,
Mexico City, June 19. Jose del III-
ero has been made mnnnger of Com-)
paiiln HI Tnreo, which operates In
this city tho largest bull ring In tho
world. Del lllvero has recently left,
for Spain ln New York, for tho pur
poso of booking bullllghters for tho I
coming season. Antonio Fucntes, the!
greatest of all bullfighters, has nl-i
reauy nigncu a contract in come in i
Moxlco for four performances during
September, the month of the Mexican!
centennial. The management has
agreed to glo Fucntns $I0,U00 for
each performance, which Is said to bo
the highest prlco ever paid a matador
Fucntes retired from the ring last
year, but as a special concession, ho
has ngrced to come to Mexico on this
occasion, tils performances hero ho
dcclurcs will be positively his last.
After tho fourth nppenrnnco ho will
cut his queue, tho mark of distinction
worn by nil bullfighters, and quit, af
ter having enjoyed for years tho dis
tinction of having been the greatest
matador who ever entered a bull ring.
Tho season for bull-fights opens this
yenr on September 1, which Is about
six weeks earlier than usual, by rea
son of tho centennial celebration.
For sain by lleUKin, Srnltb Co.,
I t.l . tlnltlata Drill. On I t r
Chambers Drug Co. Ltd.: Htlo D"ig
Co.; nnd at all Wholesale Liquor
$1 a Year
fl It's Paint
' jj AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
Alfred MenefogMo, superintendent
of the Hawaiian Klcctrlc Company,
la to leave tho city soon to tako
charge of tho establishment of tho
Kauai HUUric Company nt Walnihn,
Kauai Mr Menerogllo will tako
the position held for somo jours by
Tho pin nt of the Knual Klcctrlc
Company lias been very materially
Increased nnd strengthened In recent
months and Is giving splendid ser
vice for tho pumping plants of tho
Mullryda sugar plantation. Thero has
nlwajB been talk that this plant
would bo developed to furnish elec
tricity for the Kauai railway.
Whether this Is to be taken up under
Mr. Menefogllo's management is not
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W. C. PeacocK & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
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. TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to .all Darts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE OTIARANTEE OnB GOODS
Each article is carefully handled
through every stage of our work
FRENCH LAUNDRY -
J. ADADIE, Prop,
777 Kino Street.
Leave Hawaii Promootion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m.,
Moanalua or Punchbowl,
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and 6ATURDAY 10:30 a. m anaund
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CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions. For further particulars
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners. Office and Garage, South
Street. Near King
A large and complete tock
of the Famous
BABY'S AND CHILDREN'S
have just arrived. Bring the
Baby and show it this beau,
ALL NIJW AND KXCLU3lvi.
Regal Shoe Store
KING AND BETHEL
I1II.O, Hawaii, July 4 Since tna
Hllo Labor Union has begun to pros
per nnd grow in membership the
politicians are, beginning to sit up
nnd take notice, and n number of
candidates aro nosing around with a
view to Joining If sufficient Induce
Tho union held a special meeting
.last Friday evening for tho purpose
of making nrrnngemeuts for its
I fourth of July parade, nnd on this
'occasion a couple of prospective can-
'dldateH for )!) nfflce jf county nt
'lorney modestly submitted them
j selves to the union. Thero woro
.over n hundred ni'liuers present, nnd
: the offers of the legal gentlemen
were not accepted without a fight.
Deputy County Attorney Heen
submitted his application for nvini
borshlp, as well ns an ofW to a.'
as the legal advisor of the iinlo.i.
.without compensation. A hn.rr U.s
jcutsluu followed. Many of the lead.
ers were In favor of taking the halt
nnd leaving tho hook; that Is, to
accept ileen's legal services and
lenvo the membership proposition
Chairman Hwnllkn took theso gen
tlenien to task. There should, ho
said, lie no tunny IniBlt.cts and no
political schemes in the utilun. Ho
called for a voto on the admission
of Heen as a member, and on this
Heen was admitted.
8. K. Knhaun proposed that Cou'i
ty Attorl.ey lleers be admitted it n
member, It being evident thnt liuerfl
did tint (impose to let his deputy got
uhead of him In the gnme.
Another long palaver followed.
Kwallko. who had not noticed that
lleers was picscnt, Jumped the mem
bers for proposing for membership
men who had not sent In their ap
plications, When the union was be
ing organized, he said, tho county
olllclals had been conspicuous by
their absence, nnd It was only when
they saw how the organization had
grown that their bn:kors wanted to
get them on tho band wagon,
Kahana called attention to tho
fact that lleers was present, and said
thnt that gontlemnn was noxious to
have his name proposed. Ho was
also willing to sign tho roll.
Kwnllko said that in such case
lleers was eligible, If ho would sign
tho roll. Ileors stepped forward and
gracefully did so, whereupon he
made a short address, culling atten
tion to the fact that ho had been
tho sccietary of the first labor union
which hnd ever been started in Hllo.
In addition to tho legal gentle
men, ton Portuguese became mem
bers, and thd union now claims a
membership of "36,
WILL BE CITIZEN
Harry Roberta has made applica
tion for his llnnl papers us n citizen
of tho United States,' renouncing his
uregl.iuc.0 to King George V. of Kng
lnnd, Huberts came to the United States
in 1880, lauding In Now York from
the Hhouland in O'tobcr of that
ear He made his first declaration
of becoming a 'citizen In Texas soy
ei nl years ago,
Mr. Huberts has lived In Hawaii
for more than ten years. Ho was
born In London on November I,
Restore Your Health
It is the privilcgo of most
women to be strong and
healthy and .ifjQiu.are.3uf
ferine, fronuanj .weakness of
the Stomach, .Lver or Bowels
take the Bitters just 'now. It
is for Pcor Appetite, Head
ache, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Costivcncss, Malaria, Fever
and Ague. Try a bottle to
day, but be sure and get the
genuine with Private Stamp
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Is most effective when told person
ally with the environments in keep-
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employ. A love letter written on
"any old kind" of paper would indi
cate a lack of sincerity or else woe
ful carelessness on the part of th;
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other kinds of particular corf-.pond-1
ence is the kind "Made in Bc.kshire" I
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Sale Commences Thursday, June 30th
Every music-lover in the Is
lands will want a copy of this
collection of the best Hawai
For a gift to friends on
the mainland, these Hawaiian
songs will be unique,
Hawaiian News Co.,
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