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EVRN'INO tlt'ItXTIN, HONOMTM' T It . SATl'tWAY, .tt'I.V 30, 1910.
TV ru-na it tht Tttst Attditin in Ikt
I RECOMMEND PE-RU-NA.
Plantation and Country Stores
BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store.
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A. Gilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
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 lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
Kona Company Increasing
Capital to Raise
Kniin Tolmcra Company has In
crrnrcd Its cnpltnl Mock from $60.
000 to $75,000. inpors linvltiK been
filnl with Treasurer Crinkling to till
Tlio cninnv Iiuh lniil mirh sue
refs retcntl, . mill Hip oittlnok for
tlio next nop Is ko kjotiI, Hint In
cirnscit inpltn. li needed to hnlullo
T,liu,.fft rnlkMil lit flip rntiintinv la
Hhlppcil illrcctly to New York, unci,
thn reports ro elved arc mi enroiir-'j
nRliiR that n IniRt crop la to hoi
It Ik out I ma ted Hint the present
mm will mnnmit to 1(10.000 lionniK
nrrnrdlriR In n wntcincni tiinilo ny A.
N. Canipliell of the conipnuy yester-
.In.. .fln.in.illl '
IIHJ Mlll'l IIWUII.
J. K. l'llnmnu Iiuh bcoii npolntnl
Hcroml tllxtrlct innRlntnite of Hann to
hold coiitt In Klpalmlii, and Kdwnnl .
Wilcox linn been appointed Hccnml din-
trlet inaRlstrnto of Mnkawao to hold
court in lliiniinulii. The iippolntnients
were niaile toihy.
m s mm
WBttUKS- r JflSHPHH7Hi
The neddlnn of Mica Jcnnlo Hansen
and Victor C Schoenbcrjj, which took
place ThurKilay evening. July 28lb
uiik iih pretty a wcddliiR iix one could
wish for. Tlio ceremony took plnco
In the Church of tlio Good Shepherd,
Wnlliiku, which was tastefully decor
iitdl for the omiHlon with llowcrx mid
greenery. The bride, the cynosure of
nil eyes, looked it hit pnlo and wna
prettily dresfed In her wcddlnR Rown
I of whlto crcpo do chine, made In the.
Iiitcst inodo with lirtdnt ell liecom-
I As tlio bridal pnrly preceded by tlio
two (lower girls, Miss Ituth Whitehead
'nnd Miss IMItli Wilbur, entered with
the bride leaning on her father's arm
and the two prettily gowned brldcs-
, mnldH following. Miss Pierce plnycd
' the wedding march from Wagner's
j The groom nnd his best man, W. I
I Dccoto, mot the bridal party at tho
altar, whoro thn ImprcRshn marrlago
" MR. pilLE MAROIS.
Mil. I.MILI. MAIXOIS, 1870 OnUrlo
Ktreet, Montreal, Canada, wrllo:
"After taking nine bottle of l'erunn,
1 find that t am cured,
"I still takn It occasionally. TWrne II
I tho beot mmllelnu In the world.
"I have rocominondwt it to a number
It Is stilted that tho coin which was
In the gnfo that went through tho
mm Biurr mu uo tuuiuv.i;i; of iwrgon "
into one souu mass mo .B v.m Mf , Uffvnn ,MlpU(,r( nepli de
in Urn omco wnB iinlnjurea. I iiAErcllllllro Ottawa, Ontario, writes!
it : :: t: :: a st it :: n a t: n :: , ,.ie ,,cril , p,rtlcular. tmen
scrvlco of tho Kplscoixillan Church c08n the cure of catarrhal ntToetluu
which mtido tho twain of ono flesh, 0tio lunxs and hranchhltuhci.
wns performed by llov. Canon Ault. "Sfil)ttlc cured inn Ibis winter of
After tho ceremony tho nowly wed- bronchitis. 1 am' completely rcstorul
ilcd pair left tho church to tho Joyous and I owo tnanun lo no i orniia.
ii t. ...i.iii,imlnil tltla mn
Ktrnlns of thu wedding .miirch from
Mcnilclsoiilin, and went to tho homo of
tho brldo's father on Wells' street,
where u wedding suppor was sorved.
Later they left for tholr future homo
In Lnhnlna, where Mr. Victor C. s will supply the retail trade: BEN
Schoenberg holds n rcsponslbto poul- SOU, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hft.
lion an iisslstunt cashier of tho Ii- wall.
Imlnn National Dank. They recched .--,... , . , -
many vnluablo iirescnts of sllvcrwaro The Kiel f'niinl la being so enlarged
and cut glass from their numerous that Dreadnoughts will bo nhlo to
friends. Tho church wns tilled to trnerro II, and this work Is costing
overflowing with friends nnd well $30,000,000 or $10,000,000 moro than
j wishers, among whom were Judgo unit tho original coat of tho canal.
Mrs. Kingsbury, Mr .und Mrs. II. 11.
Penhnltow, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Walsh, Set all tho thieves 'to catching
nnd a hundred others prominent in thloes nnd nout one-half tho world
business and social circles. Maui would bo continually chnslng tho
"I have recommended this remedy to
a largo niimner or iny irionuii nine i-n
with tho same trouble, slid they have
verified my good opinion of llil. vah
The following wholesale dniBRist
WHITNEY & MARSH, I1J.
MONDAY, AUGUST 1st
and WASH GOODS
of all kinds
EXCAVATING, FILLING, STONE WALL. CUIIBIN0, SIDEWALKS,
I10ADS, ETC., ETC.
I will give you low figures on any one of above different kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Give me a chance.
VINEYARD STREET, EWA NUUANU STREAM
Office Hours 5:30 p. m. to 0:30 p.m. Phone 588
We have just received from the S. S. Wilhclmina a
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EMBROIDERIES und LACES
They arc all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
high-grade goods. ,
ALL AT 5o AND 10c A YARD
Come early and pick the best patterns.
The YatHihg Store
HOTEL BETWEEN BETHEL AND F"0RT STREETS
THE GREATEST SALE THIS CITY HAS EVER KNOWN
COMMENCING SATURDAY, JULY 30th, AND CONTINUING FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
' ' LOT NO. 1
50 MEN'S SUITS, of latest shades, l educed to $4 A SUIT
LOT NO. '2
05 MEN'S SUITS, Mixed Tweeds, reduced to $5 A SUIT
LOT NO. 3
00 Latest Cut and Style MEN'S SUITS, reduced to $0 A SUIT
LOT NO, 4
40 2 and 3-Piecc MEN'S SUITS, reduced to $7 A SUIT
LOT NO. 7
50 Tair of MEN'S MIXED TANIS, reduced to $1.25 A TAIR
LOT NO. 8
Large Assortment of MEN'S PANTS, reduced to ?1.50'A PAIR
1 LOT NO, 0 ...
Extra Fine Assortment .MEN'S PANTS, reduced to $2 A TAIR
. " LOT NO. 10
Best Quality TWEED MEN'S PANTS, reduced to $2.50 A PAIR
A 'SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
, NO. 500
"WALK-OVER" Glaze Kank, Button Bals, now1.
v NO. 509
"WALK-OVER" Box Calf Lace Bals, now $3.25 TAIR
"WALK-OVER" Vici Calf, Welt-Sole Bals, now $3 PAIR
"WALK-OVER" Patent Leather Oxfords; formerly $5, now..$3.25 PAIR
"S0R0SIS" Vici Kid, Pat.-Tip Bals; formerly $3.50, now $3 PAIR
"S0R0SIS"-Vici Kid Button Bal; formerly $3.50, now $2.05 PAIR
"SOR0SIS" Tan Button Bal; formerly $5, now $3.75 PAIR
NO. 000 . '"
'"S0K0S15" 3-Strap Patent Slipper; formerly $3.50, now. ,,$2.05 PAIR
b'lLKOLINES, ART MUSLINS 1'AHOY SCRIMS STRIPED SWISS, ETC., AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
,.; '1 -BVfco UP
A ' ' LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Up-to-Date stylc3 and qualities; LINGERIE, BATISTE, FLAX0N, PERSIAN LAWN. SILK, etc.; sale
price , . $1 UP
. VICTORIA LAWN Wprth 10c a yard; during sale. .15 YARDS FOR "$1
MADRAS All white; several patterns; sole price 10c YARD
MERCERIZED POPLINS Beautiful variety of shades; sale price...
PERSIAN LAWNS Tan, Lavender, Nile, Pink, etc.; sale price....
INDIA LINONS A compete range of qualities; sale price
. . . .82o TO 25c YARD
LINEN and SILK RAJAH ChaligcaWc effects j all latest shades;
sale price 40o YARD
REPP A complete assortment of colors; sale price 20o YARD
PERSIAN LAWNS Ten, Lavender, Nile, Cream, Alice, etc.; sale
price '. '. '. : . . . .20o YARD
NEW LINEN SUITINGS Sky, Pink, Copenhagen, Chompagne, etc.;
sale price t ' . . X . .45c' YARD
LADIES' MUSLIN SKIRTS ' ' '
Trimmed with HIOJI-GRADE EMBROIDERIES, DEEP FLOUNCES and TUCKS; sole price, from. .. .
'r ", ;" f
,,.$2.75 TO $5 EACH
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS
HIGH and LOW NECK, LONG and SHORT SLEEVE, PLAIN and FANCY; sale price. .75c TO $2.25 EA'JH
Also, a nice range of LADIES' WOOLEN and COTTON SKIRTS, worth double the money. SALE PRICE 60c and upward
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