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FOR KENT OR LEASE
Lunnlilo sticet, near Peimcolu, house, lix roomi; veranda
toom mosquito wired; detached kitchen mid ilin.ng-ioom; oat.
tide lervunts' home; stable a)id nntoir.ohile shed; large yard,
with fruit tires, $40 per mo tth. ' '
Lot on lane otf Niiuanu rect, rear Vincjnrd; suitable for
stable or tenement houses.
ON ESY TERMS
House nnd lot en euit side of Nuunnu street, near Vineyard
House and lot on Nuumt i street, near School street.
lo.s en Bcretania mid Yojng slieets, near Punnhou street.
t Kale chunce of Hciiu.rin;; land suitable for raising chickens;
2.2 acres at Ktipnhulu, Wni.dki, with flowing artesian well,
Farming lands in Kalilii.
TliAct acres at Sea Vie.v, with grand view from Palolo to
Barber's Point; superb building lot.
House and lot north sid; of Perttanin street, near Keeau
moku street. House has five rooms. Aiea of lot, 20,000 sq, ft.
Property bought and sold in various parts of Hqnolulu and
Mag o on Brothers
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' Offlcc Room 1 Mnuoon Building, Merchant and Alakca Streets
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will recommence service, m )nday, september 12, leavinq
Hawaii promotion committee headquarters
3 P. M.
Charge per Passenger, $1.00
Tallyho Seats 12 Pcisons Can Bo Hirtd for $5.00 Per Hour
Fcr particular apply HONOLULU POWER WACJON CO., 875 South
Street, near 'King.
White Frost Refrigerator
Combines Beauty and Usefulness
Price, - $26.00
Price, - $3100
Price, - $36.00
For Sale Only in Honolulu at
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Ne.v Color Schemes
Water Wings for Swimmers
Mirrors New Styles
Benson; Smith fc Co., J
Wrilinll Ti.if ri.f'.i r.i l(niu.;.;ii.
Mr Murnli.tll Iiarrnrli or Now York
IhedlstlliKUl.ttidl Interpreter of Shuku'
siien'lo'it playx, in it knout at tlio Alex
onder Young Hotel, having rcttirneil
fiom a tour ot the Orient on tlio HI'
,ln'rlii, which nrrlved In Honolulu Auk.
In the Kiir Kufit Mr. P.irrnch wni
Hit' recipient ol iniicli kooIiiI favor nnil
lila rrcltpU ewikett Hip enlliUElustrt
Hint lini alayn been nccorded lilm
On tlio tiny of IiIh arrival In Yoko
hama iu was given a dinner by Mr.
MollUon, prcaldent of tlio Yokohnniii
I.lternry Society, and Inter was a
KUOKt of honor at their lluul meeting
of the HfaSon.
DnrliiK the two weeks of Ills May
there wiib a buccohsIoii of entertaln
ineiitfl of tnrloiiB klmlH In wlilcli the
Ainerlcnn and KnglUli reflldtiitH vied
with inch other In 'friendly rivalry to
make bin visit pleasant nnd exciting.
He nave four recltnlx nt tlio Onlcty.
Thcuter wlilcli received the endorse-
moot of lame and apiireclntho nil-
dlenceR, and the Japanese preas said
of him: "Seldom lias n man of hid
artistic ealabio visited Japan."
In SlianKbul, China, ho met with tlio
Kunin dellclitfill experience. Here lie
wax entertained at the Knclliih Cen
tury Club, the most exclusive organi
zation In tlio Far Kant, by Dr. Amo.i
Wilder, Ihu American CoiihiiI (leneral,
by Mr. und Mra. Moiitgoihery Hell and
othern. The Hic.il preim -wns loud 111
tlio prnhw of thn urtlntlc quality of
his work, the reportR of hln recitals
be I up; written up nt iwro length In
tho dally papers.
After ShaiiKhal, his next atop was
Hongkong. While here, Mr. Darracli
will tlio guest for n week of Sir Henry
May, K. ('. II., and l.ndy May, nt the!,
home, ".Mountain Iidge," on tho peak
1700 feet above the city. Ho wuh also
enlortalned nt the Hongkong Club at
a slug tlllln of twenty covera, given
by tho Honorable Murray Stewart, and
later, with Mr. II. Tirry llohluson,
who- Is In Honolulu nt tho present
time as a representative of the ton
don times, was a guest nt a similar
entertainment given by the name host
to that distinguished Journalist.
In Manila lie gave tlirco recitals
with an aierago attendance of more
than nno thousand people. The Inst
reelt.il wuh tho ofllclal opening of the
New .Majestic Theater, conceded to
be the llnest plnyhousu In the Orient.
On this occasion were present the
governor of tho 1'hlllppliiB, V. Cam
1 eron Forbes, nnd the Secretory of Wiir
or the United States and Aim. Dick;,
Inson, with Hip members of their of
llclal party, which Included Mr. and
Mrs. Ian Anderson, (lenernl and
Mrs. Duval wcro In n box next to
Colonel and Mrs. Itlvers. And the
civil and military sets wcro out In full
Mr. Darracli iipoaks most enthusi
astically of Manila, of Its trade possi
bilities, of Hie dellghtlul atmosphere
of tho placo mill, strange to say, of
the climate, which he found to be
much less trying than thn cllmato of
China nnd quite equal to 1 1 1 lit of.
Japan. s '.'
Having given fourteen plays in HYvJ
unliilu since a year ago last Juiw
he decided not to make any public Hlj
pearuiico while hero this time, hut!
such is his popularity, nowise lessen
ed; by his absence, thai arrangements
wcro made by two local commUtiesu
hear him twice before hla return ' to
the Stales by the Chlyo Mnru 011 Sep
The first recital, "Tho Tempest,"
will be ut the homo of Mr. und Mrs.
Rult on tho evening of September 12,
ut eight o'clock.
The details of this affair lire in the)
bands of Mesdnmes W. V, Kreur, Mon
tague Cooke, J. 1. Cooke, John Wuter
houhe.W. t), lluldwln, T. Itlcliards, J.
H. Unit, V. F. Dllllngbuin, ('. II. Ath
erton und A. Hartley.
The second play, "Julius Caesar,"
Is unnouiiced for Thursday, September"
13th, ut 8-in, ut the University Club,
und under Its auspices, The commit
tee having this matter In charge Is us
follows: (iovuriior Freur und Mr, I.y
uiaii, with Mr. It. 1). Meade, the sec
retary of the University Club, ex
olllclov After his departure from Honolulu
Mr. Darruch will open his "American
Foafion" In Fan Francisco with two
recitals in the St. Francis Hotel
ballroom during tho first week in Oc
tober. The balance of that month ho will
devolo to other California points, In
cluding I,os Angeles, In November he
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
UOJlNr.U UEKETANIA AND IUailAKDS STIIUETS P. 0, BOX 440
Open Ft 0111 R A, M. to 7 V. M,, Except Bumlay
All kliuU of KUdilo T.fulii H-llii (hlur, red, white mul yot).
Fmm llulliti Tuiklth, lliiMlmi, l'iif Nrnlln, Nuulirlin, (lailmiilg Acll
h t)vynt'H( or M"!lil liullni tUmv,t, X-lln hiiiI IIIkIi )'itniiy.
if'JM !lr!i'U for U'Hm.
will be in thevMlddlo West 'between! Hartisey of tho l. K Mnriuo Corps.
Kansas City and Chicago. In Decern
her, Now York claims him, January,
February and March have been as,
signed to New ICuglaiid, with Huston,'
tin inn iii'tiiKiuitriers.
(Kuiiduy Mis William llawllns gave
a dellghiriil ol tuipper In honor of tier
lulHliaiid'H birthday This euleriiilii
iiirul wan In the nature of u surmise
lo Hie guest of honor The ulfalr v,(h
nmall mul Informal, hut pioved uiosl
I'lijoyahlii. II wns a Hluif ufralr, only
llio liilliiialn Irleuds nf Mr lluvvlliu
lelUK Invlled Hlghi covets whiii laid
iiliuind Hie llimerbedei,ei lnhln im
I'liimilliui k'W vveio liiiind m imuIi
pluie, The tiiblu was nnered Willi
Hiuiinliiln Iuiiis und leave, while nil
inilliiiin vtein aualleiiil iiiiiilii'iiiiily
nMr Urn ihIiIm, whipli rslilr miwiied
Willi lllM'luHlt H.Viltlll IbllHU The
tl'ivn Nl') VHH l!MiU Villi) llH
Much Talked About
and Walked About
- -Our new Regal Shoes for this
season. No smaller footwear has
ever been seen in this town. And
their tiim custom stylcs'arc not
their only exclusive Icature.
give you the same perfect fit.' and comfort ,as fnade-to-measurc
shoes because they are made in quart'er.sizet just
double the number of fillings found in other shoes.
Wc have a wide variety of styles in these new Regal
models, and can suit your taste perfectly.
REGAL SHOE STORE
wullau reenes. During the evening
many willy speeches wero made, and
tho health drunk lo tho genial host.
The .Misi.cs ('neper's Dinner.
.At their lieautllul homo In Manoa
Valley, Miss Cooper, Mlt-s Irene Coop
er and Miss Isubellu entertained
Thursday at dinner. Covers were ur
rnnged lor six. The dining room nnd
table wee fragrant with large purple
violets, The center of tlio Inblo was
dcoorated with a cut glass basket,
lllled with these beautiful flowers. Tho
snowy damask cloth was strewn with
Captain Scales of tho iith Cnvnlry
lelt on tlio traiisHirl Sherman lo
Join his wife and family in thn States
Captain SoaloH has obtained throa
months' leuvu of absence
Lieutenant Mnrrou or tlio Cavalry,
was mi outgoing passeng' r on the
Lieutenant lluirhdeld of the IT. S.
Marine Coips, lias'lakt-u apartments
at the Com Hand.
Mr. F. luiiub of Trent Trust Co.
vlnlnln mid innlilenlinlr fern. Violet "'" rii'M. 'r a iwo w-OKs vara
bontenleis were used as favors fori""" nt ,hl' Volcnim House.
tho men, whllo nt each place of the ., . ,, ,
fair sex was found 11 corsage bouquot. ! ,.A r,H' A- ",o-K Is sojournliiK at
The dinner waa given In honor r !'"""'" oujojing nic? gon.
Meut. Ilurrcll of Hie I'. S. Navy, Mr.
Oullloril .Whitney nnd Mr. Odell.
The llarrj Miirfarlaiics In I:iikI:iiiiI.
Mr. nnil Mrs. Hurry Mnclurlutio ot
Honolulu have been spending part of
thn sumuier in Kuglnnd, with Mr.
nnd .Mrs. (leorgo Davles. Mr. and Mrs.
Duvles have a beautiful home on thn
Thames. TIM Maclarlunes and Davles
absence rom Houoliilii has been
Keenly felt by the smart set of these
Islands, lor both young couples ale
lendeis ill social n flairs 111 Hono
lulu. Mr. ami Mr. Helm's Snrlinir P.irlj.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S, Norton lloho gnn
an enjoyable surllng paity Sa.urdny
ullernoon In honor of Monsieur and
Madam Dreyfus. After participating
in tills exciting spoil for several
hours n dip was taken In the Inlney
deep, ljitor delicious lefreslimeutii
consisting of coffee, salad and sand
wiches worn served at tlio Molina
Lieutenant Itoblnsnn of the revenue
cutler Thetis returned on tlio steam
er Lurllne aftor a delightful vacation
spent In California. Lieut. Hobluson
was extensively entertained It his
Inrgo contingent of friends In Cali
fornia, among them being tho Mat
sons und Dresses, who gave several
dinners In his honor. This young ot
llcer was also entertained by Mrs.
Kdvvnrd Tenney and her charming
daughter, Miss Wllhelmliia, who were
ut Lako Taboo ut the same time Mr.
Itoblnsou was there,
Diehard Cuttoii.'who is a atudont
ut "Dostoti Tech," has been touting
Kuropo In company with the Cookes
of this city. This young man's father
and sister have also been visiting In
Luropn. Mr. Catton Is expected lo
return to the Islands iihnut tho llrst
of October, but Mi'sa Iteimey Caltou
will probably spend the winter with
relatives and friends In Knnlaud nnd
Sen Ire llrldge Club.
Thn Service llrldge Club will meet
next Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Freibirlelu llanissy, . wife of Captain
(Additional Social, Pages 12 auit 13)
Anything of value bought for cash.
Address or call It 17 Fort Btreot,
Judgo und'.rs. Kingsbury of Maul
arrlvtd in Honolulu lust Saturday.
The Judge Is spending his vacation
on (he Island of ,0.ihu II is In. be
tegrelpd thai thU popular couptit are
not sojourning. In -town, but have de
elded jo spend Hie major portion of
their visit on Ml. Tantalus ill the Wil
liam lllehiird ('allies home
Captain und Mrs, (leorru H Hides
mul two rlilldieti .11 lived Maluiilii) mi
the transport Hheiiuiiu Cuplnlu limes
belongs In tho itdlli InfahUy, Inn lias
been Hlulliiiii'd In Manila This
1 hiiiuilng iinipln vv piuvo iiillr 1111
liniulnllluil III niiilal Itlfalis bulli 111
I'oit HJmHi'i mul In Honolulu
. ll I'lllllntl, IIIUtllHI' Mf leVlllrllUMI
I 'a 1 lie n( I'm 1 Hlmiii'i, lull im Hit
lilllKWII MIlNIIIIHI) Mil u Hli in lliu
Iim. tihriK k lj vMi M' Mm
Everytliinp: r.ccdcd for sohool
and college by teacher anil
Wc have special preparations
for this school year.
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in sheer and pretty designs
in light shades
Dotted Dress Swisses
in white and dainty colorings
Superior qualities and fast colors
$1 a Year
will be continued for
Lot No. 145 of the Latest Shades
in Men's Suits, reduced to
$4.00 a Suit
Lot No. 2-50 Men's Suits in
Greens, Grays and Mixtures,
reduced to $5.00 a Suit
Lot No. 3-80 of the Latest Cut
.and Styles in Men's Suits,
reduced to $6.00 a Suit
Lot. No. 435 2 and. 3 Piece
Men's Suits, reduced to $7100
Lot. No. 5-33 Finest Mixed
Tweed Men's Suits, reduced
to $9.00 a Suit
Lot. No. 6-35 $18.00 to $20.00
Men's Suits, reduced to $10
Lot. No. 747 Pair of Men's
Mixed Pants, reduced to
$1.25 a Pair
Lot No. 8 Large Assortment of
Mixed Pants, reduced to $ 1. 50
Lot No. 9-Extra Fine Quality
Men's Pants, reduced to $2
Lot No. 10-Best Quality Men's
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