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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. Gil man
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
i xiiAiMin or lai.uins
Carson City, Nc., July 2."i I'mlor
sentence to die on llio gallows next
Krlilay for the murder or Ills ire, C
O Petty, whose legal light fur IiIh
life has been line of (Im longest ami
limn persistent ccr wuscil In N
Midu, committed suicide in a sensa
tional uuinner In the 'prison ard of
the Carvm pcnltentlar" tniluj.
While being glcn Ills dally vxcp I e
on the wiilk In front of the row of
cells Petty hrnko fiom the gtiiird and
rushed across tho yard to u tali elec
tric light iolu.
Mounting tho pole ho climbed 20
feet anil then plunged headlong to
the Idtiinien lielow. Ho was badly
mangled and died u few, minutes after
ward. Tho stuto board of Hardens has held
three sessions for. tlio eniisldcrntlon of
tho Potty ensu and taut Saturday do
cldeil (Inally that he should die ac
cording to the deereo of Ihu cnur
I'elly wan convitted of shouting lou
lfu to death at Sparks, Nev.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Ik suggested that ccrcina Buffer
em nsk tho Honolulu Drug (Jo, of this
tlt5 what lepnrts lie is gelling from
the path tits who hate iikciI the oil ol
wliilcrgiccii iulil compound, I). I). I)
Time and Labor-Savinp; Filinc
THE FAMOUS YAWMAN & ERBE
An Office Necessity
Hawaiian News Co.
Alexander Younp; Building
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Lace Curtain Cleaning
'We have in our new building specially constructed
frames and drying rooms for lace curtains. Let us clean
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie. Prop. 777 KING ST.
Iml 11 lull I Iho Xmv OrpluMtni was
crowded Willi tin culhilshistle mull
I'll to which look nil thu good things
IOC Mnl at imI and applauded everything
(lull Was done by the new company
which Iiiih been rccotiHlriicted from
tho old one The Hint half of tho
Dhow was denoted to vaudctlllc, and
some good turns wero staged by tho
members of the company
Tho opening turn win put on by
tho Casino Kour and dainty little lilts i
of bathing girls were they . Vllnm
Hleck sung her charming souk
"Splash Me" and there was not a man
In Hid iiiiilleiirc who would not have
accepted the Invitation If tho scene
had been laid nt Walklkl. Vllmn In
the real thing In a bathing null and
her dancing was on n par with her
Miss t'nnlleld got n great reception
when she appeared on the stage and
her lnlln solos wero well executed
nml much admired by tho audience,
which encored her three times.
Carlton C'Iiiiho wan resplendent In a
null that ho probably thinks Is quite,
tho real thing; ho Hang a couple, of
songs In his ukiiiiI Ktylo. Ills quick
change from the iludo's rig out to a
business Kiiit brought down tho house.
Maude Hockwell In always a favor
ite with a Honolulu aiidlctico and gho
was In great voice last night. Her
unrigs wero encored four times anil
her grand llnato In which slio brought
Dainty Olga Hteck sang 11 song that
touched' the audience In tho right spot
and sho was encored. Olga respond
ed with a flirting song nnd was sup
ported by the full strength of tho
The first part of tho show ende'd
Willi a musical sketch by Miss Ilunyca
i:en the most confirmed dlspcptlc
grouch could muster a few giggles at
at tho presentation of tho farcical
comedy "Tho Kclioiirsnl." In this
Maud Hockwell and Harry Gurrlly ac
complished much In keeping tho audi
ence in good humor. As Professor
Pygutloti Wlilllles, (larrity now und
then relapsed Into cloicr repartee.
Carlton Chuso as 'Arthur Oovolclgh
appeared In tho regulation "colleg
iate uniform" and ho acted the putt
of'n " 'varsity anil! rah! boy" and was
I alt there save tho "yell." Chuso has
already set the, fashion for a score or
nmro Honolulu Imitators who would
cHsay'ragllmo ami rakish raiment for
It lay to tho part of I-aincl Atkins,
as sister of Major Hangs will aspira
tions for becoming a fairy, to add the.
sauce piquant to tho sketch that enter
tained Orpheum patrons for over an
hour last night. Making her appear-1
nine In "lleshllngs" and a grotesque
makeup, this artist brought down the
M tMtimuiuta. mm .. 'tm
jS . agf WgSnjffijEBnfflrrm
EXCAVATING, FILLING. STONE WALL, CURBING, SIDEWALKS,
ROADS, 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
G. W McDOWALL, Manager
Office Hours 5:30 p. m. to 0:30 p,m. Phone 588
1 The home of Autoiic llodrlgue,
was robbed last night of all the
I groi cries In tho kitchen.'
Hits Ib tho scioinl tlmo this same
homo huh been robbed Inside of tw.i
weeks, On tho night of .lulj 28
I'omeonu entered tho Itodrlgiies house
about midnight and, as 011 Iho pies
cut occasion, cleaned out tho kitchen
of all (he groceries. Complaint (.van
made to tho police department, but
with no results us to apprehending
Last night Mrs. Ilodrlgiics, lin inr;
o casloii to pass the kitchen at a
lato hour, noticed that Ilia kitchen
door was open. Shu called her Iiiih-
ImiiiI, who inudo an Investigation
and found tiat all the gtoccries on
hand had been stolon. A bottle of
nif'iHcIno was tin own out of tho
.Mr. Itodrlgites has notified Chief
McDuflle, who will try and get a lino
on Iho seeker for groceries In othor
people's homes at iinrcubonuhla
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock -
1028 Nniianu St
v FOR HILO TOWN
Oyso, tho clever Australian come
dian who has been presenting 11 mar'
wIoiih turn nt tho Park TI11 liter was
among tho pnssengofs who, sailed for
llllo by tho Manna Ken this morn
Ing. Accompanying I)) so wero Tlionii-
son nnd tho two Desmonds, 1111 Ama
ilcnn teiiin 'who hnv also boen a
fialiiio at tho Kurt stteot play house.
I The artists will open at 0110 of Iho
I llllo thoators. Ileforn returning to
Honolulu tho pally proposo to visit
$1 a Year
CUSTOMS MAN-ON VACATION.
M. W. Tshudl, 0110 of tho valued
members of tho local customs staff
of Inspectors sailed for Hawaii this
morning as 11 passenger by tho steam
or Mnima Kea. Mr Tshudl Is arconp
customs iiiiiii Is away on two weeks
leave of absence.
pmileil by Mrs. Tshudl and thqy wl
visit tlm Volcano wlillo away. Th
Mun a 111.111 v011Id I'lijuy being cast
nun) 1111 a deseil Island, Then be
I wouldn't liavo to call 011 his wlfo's
Tho San Pranelscn Call of August
II contains tho following, which Is
of Interest to many In this city:
Following Immediately In tho
wake of tho wedding of .Mle Ilowena
Klston nnd Hubert llond Saturday
night at llerkcloy, tho happy culmi
nation of another Hawaiian romanco
will take pluco Wednesday, when
Miss Susan I. Clark of Oakland Is
led to tho altar by C. A. Mackintosh
of Honolulu. The couple, who met
In tho Islands Inst year, will bo
married at St. Mfir's (allied nil.
They will leave Immediately for the
land of plantations anil unending
summers und will live In Honolulu.
The Clark -Mackintosh wedding
Just escapes being 11 double cere
mony. Miss Clark and Mrs, llond
spent tho summer a car ago In th')
Islands, and while there met tho men
of their choice About six month
age they returned ami arranged for
the two weddings. Ilotli girls tiro
related, ami the grooms arc engaged
III business at Honolulu,
Mildred Clark. 11 sister of the
bride, will be maid of honor, and
hut a few friends and teliitlves will
bo pietenl at tho iliuidi. Miss
Clatk has spent the last four e.irs
about the bay cities, where she has
been 11 f.Hoille In society circles and
university social life. Klie Is of an
especially attrnclho and striking
blonde t.pe und has spent much of
her time tnncllng.
GYPSIES WORK VALLEY PEOPLE.
A b.-ind of fortune telling gpses
wuked P11I0I0 Viilli cstediy for
all Us win wnilh. Taking each homo
11s the) iiiiiip to It tho gypsies met
with liHllrfcieut Biicecrs until tho Por
tuguese tealdoiits of tho valley wero
It was heio that they worked 011
Hie superstitious of tho people in
Kimo Instances getting mono) all tho
way from to $HI. and giving noth
ing In leturn hut tho "long life" stunt
ami much happln'ss.
In one home the gjpsles so w oiled
upon the feeling of the Inmates that
they took cups and saucers fiiim tho
closets und deliberately wrapped
Iheni up In nuwspaper ami can led
Coming to tho concliisnui (hat they
weie a gang of impostors and frauds
some of tho ullcy icoplo called for
tho imllco but the gypsies niado their
gel away before the filacers arrived.
The gypalcB woio over bold nnd
during, enteiliig houses without
knocking nml, working on tho feel
ings of thu women folks, would go
nil oer tho house. Thero Is no tell
Ing how many articles of valiw wero
stolen. They 1110 evidently a gang
RUSSIANS HOLD QUIET MEETING.
Vnslllcff, thu Itiissiah agitator, was
tho shining light nt a meeting held
lust HUM in tho Socialist's Hall at
Alakcn und King struct.
All -thu speeches mudo by those
who lpul anything to bay, wero con
ducted -In n very orderly, quiet man
ner. Tlicro was some money collected
from thoso pro.fcut tint (or what pur
poso could not bo learned. Possibly
Vnsillorf Is under the Impression that
It Is much healthier on the. Coast
osp dally for himself, ami It may bo
ho Is KiliiR for n summer vacation.
DAND CONCERT. '
Tho ltnyal HnwullliU.Haiid w(ll glvo
a' politic coucei't lit Thomas Sqipiio iU
7:"0 o'clock this otculiig. Tho fol
lowing pnuHiitn will bo rendered:
March True llluo I'ulsknr
Ovcitme Aniin llolenu . .. ,I)onl70ttl
Cavnllna VIIIjko ,Mnstor t. .Iloleldleu
ItcmliilHcancs of DonUctll .(lodfroy
Vocal Hawaiian soiigii..Ar by Ilorger
ItoiulnlscencoH or lliilfo OiHlfrev
Mnziirkn A Phantoni Kiilmor
rinalo-A Child of the Tlmo ., Call
The Slur Hp'iuglud llimiier.
The man who shaves himself might
be peifecll) h.ipp If lie could pill Ills
Why not equip our Icglslullut halls
with Inuuuiiltj bathrooms?
Indian Head and
Prices $6.50, $7.50, up to $35
In White and All Colors
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
The Thor Electric
Washer and Wringer
will launder your clothes in n sanitary jmiimor IN YOUR
OWN HOME, with no hand Jabor.
Electricity Does the Work
Attach the cord to an electric light socket and make
wash day a day of rest.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Our Sale will be continued
for another week, and
received by the steamers
"Lurline" and "Sierra"
with the other bargains.
aii !!. ' W. W. r U4