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RVriNlNO lltJt.l.BTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY. OCT. 3, 1910.
Certain lines to be entirely clear
ed out regardless of cost. This
will include :
x Table Linens,
We have over 200 Men's Fashion
able Suits of all. ,the latest styles
and shades, which cost from $9.00
to $12.00 -each, and which we
have reduced o
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00,
$7.00, $9.00, and
NECKWEAR and JEWELRY
t This Sale begins
Friday, Sept. 30th
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
DEAD WAS TRIP
TO THE WHARF
Passengers Do Not Respond Marshall to Grant Pratique
to Efforts of Officers for
t'urtj-Blx iMKScngcrB, 377 tacks of
mall, 165 tuns of general cargo and
$2G,Q(io, III fcllvcr dollars nnd halves
were the total liroiiKlit to Honolulu
this mornliiK bj tho mammoth liner
Manchuria of the 1'nclflc Mall fleet,
Iilcli arrived oft port at C:30 and
docKcd nt Alalic.i-sticet wharf Just
bcfoio eight bells rounded. j
llcsldes the forty-six passengers
liool.ed for tlilB port, tho M.urhmla
li.is clecii cf tliu passengers hook
ed through to Yokohama and Hong
Kong who wl'l leave tho vessel Soro
nnd continue their Journey on an
other Orient liuund vessel.
Captain Andrew Dixon wes on tho
bridge of the Mnchurla this morn
ing, looking as It his vacation of
nno trip had agreed with htm, nnd
he raid lie was glad to bo on tho
old ship again nnd bound for tho
Orient. " I
The trli of tho Manchuria from
San Francisco was uneventful, nnd
there uua nothing much on during
the live nnd n half das trip. In
other words, tho crowd on board nro
dead ones. There wcro no ITcld-d.iy
i ports becnuso not enough Interest
could bo arointed among tho 228 pas
sengers on board tho csscl to mako
nidi a day a success.
On Siturday night n danco was
glcn by tho ship's nfllccrs, nnd
nguln there wrro not enough Inter
ested to glo tho ocut tho mark of
Purser J. P. Ilournc of tho Man
churln Is a famous entertainer, and
It Is unusual to hac n crowd of pas
rongers on board this liner who do
not pass tho hours In dancng, flold
siKirts or other entertainments pro
vided by tho orsatllo man who looks
nfte? tho passengers' comfort dur
ing tho trip. I
Of Honolulu passengers on board,
Jnmcs I,. McLean nnd family nro re
turning from a ucntlon trip to tho
Coast. Pa matter It. U. Stevens of
tho navy, accompanied by bis fnm
II, comes hero for rtntlon. Pay
master Stevens rcllovcs Pa) master
Hnrnbcrgcr, who govs to tho main
land for orders. t
II. I'. Wlchtnan, tho Tort street
celcr, returned on tho Manchuria,
bringing a brldo whom ho married
in tho Hast. I
As to tho through pns'cngcrs on
tho Manchuria, there nro forty-two
bound for Yokohama, four for Kobe,
thirteen for Nagasaki, most of whom
will go on another essel across to
Shanghai, as the Manchuria docs
not mako that port outward-bound;
rnrtj six for Manila nnd seventy
Ectcn feu- Hongkong. i
Included among tlio Maulla.bound
passengers on tho vessel nro John I..
Ilarrett and Mrs! llarrctt. Ho Is
treasurer of tho PhlllppLno govern
ment, ono of tho most responsible
positions in tho big government
S. Guggenheim of tho firm of
Hrlnnger & Oallngcr of Manila is
returning i bis business after n
trip around tho world, going to tho
States through llurope nnd return
ing ncross tho Pacific. Ho Is uc-
compinled by S. Erlnugcr, who Is
going out to enter tho employ of
(ieorgo II, Hnrvoy, attorney-gen
eral of tho Philippines, is returning
to Ills post after n vacation In tho
Stntes, and Mrs. K. I'inlcy Johnson,
wlfo of Justlco Jobiibou of the Su
premo Court of the Philippines; Mrs.
Morchiud, wlfo of another Justl o,
and Mrs. Ulllott, wife of still an
other Justlco of tho Supremo Court,
are returning to Manila nfter vaca
tions of sceraj months at their for
mer, homes In tho United States.
C. Cj.Swamon of tho Philippine
customs, accompanied by Ills fain-
to Wilhclmina During
Ab Dr. Marrliall of tho local quaran
tine htattn is on lnur.l tho Matson
liner Wollictnilnn dun limiorroy morn
ing from San I'r.inclc), tthat ciscd
will not bo held outside at nuirnntlno
but will coinu blralght In to dock nud
will piobably be made fast at Matson
wharf by hIx thirty
The- AVIIhtlinlna Is bringing a rcc
oid number of p.useugers thlji trip,
hnlug on I) ard IOC In the cabin nud
six in tho steerage, besldci bring n
largo cargo for Honolulu and 111(0.
Many promlncn' const peoplu nro
on board tho Wllhclm'in nnd In nidi
Hon 'there nro several Honolutnna Of
prominent fninllles returning fiom
biislnctK or plcasiiii trips to the coast
Itmlolph Spreckels tomes down on
bu-dncvi ccnncetcil with the transfer
of propel ly wanted for tho extension
of Dishop st'ioe' Walter Dillingham
nnd lfc arc returning from n short
stny u the coast and 13. D. Tonney
nnd 1'' C Atlii'llon lire coming back
Immn. . ,. u
Others on tho Wlllielnilua arc Tho
mas Mngec, (ieorgo Itolph, J, N. R.
Williams, T, It. Itobln-on, 13 1 Wil
cox, J. Guild nnd lt.a J. Uuckloy. Cap
tnln Coulter, tho celebrated marlno
artist, whoso paintings at the Mer
chants' Kxcliangu nro recognized na
perfect by cfltlcs of marlno art. Is
making u trip down on tho Wllliel
nilua in order to gather material for
n picture which ho has been commis
sioned to paint of a shipping scene
of Diamond Head Tho painting will
bo placed In ono of the panels In tho
exchange. Dr. 13 II. Marshall, quar
antine ollWcr nt Honolulu, nnd Dr I)
S. Ilownufn, quarantine officer at llllo
return to their stations ou tho Wilhcl
mime nftor visits til tho Coast.
Deaths from kidney disease have
, frightfully UcrcnAjd now nearly
90,000 n J car.
If this Is to bo changed peoplo
1. That kldnoy trouble Is IN
l'LAMMATION OP TI1IJ KIDNIJYB
and that when it becomes chronic It
Is declared luculable,
2. Prof. Tjton snjs the Incura
ble stago is established about tho
fcixth month. Honco no part of that
elx months ought to bn wasted.
3. Trcntmeht of Inflamed kldnc)s
by excitants tins broken down
Prof. Tyson declaring .(with refer
ence to ngento to restore tho normal
conillUon of tho kldnejs), "I bo
llovo thcro are norc," which cuts
out nt ono sweep nil tho kidney raeil-.
Iclncs on druggists' shelves. I
I. That these conditions gave
rite to n search for something to
palliate Instead of cxclto inflamed
6. Thnt ns the result of those
rcc.ir.hcs a blnnd Infusion wns
worked out thut icducos Inilnmftl
kidney tissues nnd that n, majority
of cases now lcld wncthcr In the
chronic utugo or not, . .
Home, there 's only nno ngont
thnt dare-? claim In print to euro
chronic kldnoy dlseaso.
Honolulu Drug Co, Is tho only
drug stoio In jour city that Is per
mitted to tarry the new kidney pal
ilalia, rulton's ltoual Compound.
Wo desire to near from anu iv
with cases not 'yloldlng PAbkfot
frco literature. rS
1'ollowlug is tho program for tho
recital to bo given ut tta Young
Hotel tomorrow c cuing, when Hugo
Horzcr will prcEcnt Carlos Caceres,
pianist, und Mrs. Hugo Hcrzor, bo
pitauo. Doth muelclaiib uro woll
known und lliey will no doubt be
greeted by i' Fargc nucflcnco:
Valso do Concert. .. . ..WlontawBkl
Vibsl d'urlo VlssI d'amoro (Tosca)
Mrs. Hugo llcrzer.
Impromptu, Opus 29, No. 1; llor-
cense, Opus 57; UtudO, Opus
29, No. 1 Chopin
O' Lovely Night1. . . .. j Ronald
('Cello Obllgnto. Dr. Carl Kamus)
The Moonbeam und ltoso, Calm ns
the Night 'fcollo ohllgato, Dr.
Carl Ramus), Spring Is Hero,.
Mrs. Hugo llcrzer.
Kammcnul-Ostiow, Opus 10, No.
22 , Itublnstcln
.Mrs. Hugo llcrzer.
Pilgrim's Chorus, Tannhausor . .
2185 tentorial rooms 2250
liiisliir-ts oflice. 'llirse are the tele
phone numbers of the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
st is n a n n n n n a n n
lly, li returning to his post, and
Captain Ralph P. Yatca of tho con
stabulary Is going back to duty.
Commissioner Juan Sumnlong of
tho Philippine government Is return
ing to tho Islands from n vacation
trip. Ho was In 111 health for sov
crul months last J ear und hns been
making n world tour for his health
The Manchuria discharged lior
105 tons of cargo for Honolulu early
in tho day nnd satis nt C o'clock this
afternoon for Hongkongi via Japan
PASS Y.OUR VERDICT
On the Quality of Our
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
It will be one that we can feel proud of. Our FROZEN CREAM
PUDDINGS, PUNCH and SHERBETS iland the test of the most critical
HOTEL STREET. NEAR TORT
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A OOOD JOB. BEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
. r J , ' Jk,
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.
Whitney & Marsh '
L Grand' ,
for Afternoon nnd Evening Wear
Now Being Made
All our garments are exclusive and
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, 1 2 AND 3 TONS
A RKMAIIKAIIM: I'UWUIt I'I.ANTj Hardened Stcol IIUSIIINGS In
every wprklnB part; KMUKUKNCY CONOUNSINQ CIIAMHKIt; I'OSI
TIVC MUCIIANICAIj OIIIiib Sjstcin.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO,, Agents
Phone 21C0 87S South Street, Near King
The Most Delicate Garments
LAUNUCIIUD WITHOUT INJURY
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Ahadic, Prop. 777 KING ST.
ARE UP FOR TRIAL
McDuffio and Party Land Half
a Dozen Paikau Players,
At tlio I'ollto Court this morning
six Clilncao wero charged with Biimb
llng at Molllllt on Sunday ufturnoon.
Chief McDnlllo'aiid Ills BtatT lind an
oxcltlng cliaso ufler tho wooers of
chance, und It was only by disgulu
lng Detectives Apana nnd Wo, that
they managed to got close onough to
mako uny urrests. The Chlnoso wero
gambling way out In tho open, wlioro
It wub hard to got near them. How
ever, Apana nnd Wo und ono other
oflltcr mudo u rush for It whon they
suw that tho gamblors rocognlzcd
Six men wcro cniiturod, and nmong
thorn wan a Chlncso actor who is sad
to cam l.'SO per month ut tho local
Chlncso thcatera. Tho gnmo that was
being played Is said to have' been pai
kau, nnd Home large Rums of money
chunged hands. The bunch wcro re
manded till Thursday for trial nnd
ball wus set In the sum of $10 each In
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul Isl
and, N'ly sldo Wnlluku Coast Spar
tan Ilccf, licit lluoy reported udrllt
will ho replaced nit noon ns practlcn
bin. I.. II. n. 1,1st of nunj-s, tic, 12th
Cubdlstllct, 1?09, p. 10,
An Example of Style Leadership
NEW VEIiVET PUMPS
Here is a NEW AR
RIVAL with all the
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The1 Smartest, Dainti-'
ct Creation ever con
ceived. ' '
With their extreme
short vamps, these.
Pumps give the, fcet
and form one of the
most elegant' 'styles of"
the coming- soason.
Shown exclusively by
. IleeJ, and.
"A fasliion a
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1031 FORT STREET n m j,
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