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nvnxiN'n mju.RTiN, Honolulu, t. it., TinmsruY, oct. a, toio.
A splendid line of new Lingerie
Dresses are' now being shown in
For Value and Correct Style Visit
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort nnd. Berctnnin Streets Opposite Fire Station
Absolutely pure milk from
I THE healthy cows in sanitary sur- I
H roundings. H
I POND 12 1-2o I
I per quart I
I DAIRY 9Rnn I
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
v y This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shop theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.
lOfKcEUHOPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with , detached bath,
$1.50 tind upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
.. uMiirfjiarlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
.,, i. AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
ii NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EOUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DODTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
;'X Visible Writing
Batk Space Lever, Gear
Driven Carriage, Speediest
Escapement, Column Finder
THE TYPEWRITER FOR
THE UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS
Hawaiian 'News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. '
DLOBE-WERNICKE TILINO CAB1
NETS and BOOKCASES.
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY
031 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open,
with a Fresh Stock of TOYSl'GAMES
and a' splendid irte of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Everything in Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alex, young Building
Writing Paper and
A Boxful for Twenty-five Cents
I A. B. ARLEIQII & CO,
linn a high gloss finish ami
llio bct wearing qualities.
W. I. rtJU.KIt & CO8
1'imi: PIHJI'AKKD PAINT l
In every respect tint must du
rable am) Katlsf i-tory paint
jou can lino.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 South 'King Street
M. E. Silva.
JNUKHTAKEH AND EMBALMEB
Prompt rind Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
rhonc 1179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
, JOHN NOTT
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Merchant Street Phone 1031
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Pprty From Seattle Wants
Rates In Writing to Avoid
following In llio report of Bccro-
tary.Wooil of the Promotion Commit
tee, wlilcli Is submitted at n meeting
of the Committee lipid this afternoon:
"Honolulu, October 0, 1910.
"Chairman ami Members, the Hawaii
"Dear Sirs: Ily the Lurllno tills)
week we shipped a number of ciircs
containing Rc'vctal thousand copies
of our'dlffercnt folders for distribu
tion on tho Pacific Const. Thcso will
finally reach every town west of tho
a klos from Nome to San Dlegn.
II) tho Mongolia we will send out
several thousand special cards, ad
drersod to those whose business It
lit to come In contact .with the trav
eling public; following this work,
about the first of November, with our
riornl Pnrndo poster campaign. We
nlready have Bcores of friends on the
Pacific Coast talking Hawaii, men
and women who are working for us
with as much enthusiasm as though
they were paid agents. They have
vlsllcd the IslandB, enjojed their
stay here, and lose no opportunity In
suggesting' the trip to others.
"Not a mall passes without letter
being received requesting us to send
our folders to komo friend or ac
quaintance of the writer. Such mes-
s.i gen us the following, from Georgo
It. Ilrown, secretary of the Hoard of
Trado of Llttlo Hock, Ark., are nioslj
" It may Interest jou to know that
wo arc recommending tho "Crosi!
Ho.ldu of tho Pa Ilia" as n winter
"Regarding the proposed excur
sion from Los Angeles, Mr. .'rank
Wiggins, secretary of the hos Ange
les Clumber of Commerce, writes
under dato of September 23 as fol
lows! " 'Uegardlng Honolulu excursion,
tho committee reported favorably tol
the boird of directors to'riiu an ex
cursion to Honolulu, ns per my pre
vious correspondence to )ou on the
subject, but tho board refused to ac
ccpt the steamer Queen, and asked
for a proposition on a more modem
nnd larger vessel, and up to this
uiiiv nua ivicncu nu nuiu iruiu tun.
ito-iit.. r-..n... unnH...i.i.. nM.... i'
I atlllU V.CMBI OlCUlllBIIIl VUill'tlllJ . 1
am confident that If they would al
low us to go ahead we could get up
an excursion without any trouble.
but they absolutely refuse to von
sent to the use of nuy old boat. If
there la any change In the situation
I will wlro you Immediately.
" 'I am rushing this on so that
)ott can have tho Information as far
as I can gtvo it. We are as busy us
bees, and rushed to death. Thankr
for jours of tho 8th giving quota
tions from Hllo.'
"Uegardlng the Seattle excursion,
tho manager, Mr. W. W. King, writes
under dnto of September 22 as fo!
"'Mr. Yandell turned oyer to me
tho papers enclosed with jour letter
of September S In relation to our
proposed oxcurslon to tho Hawaiian
"'Wo want to Impress upon ou
that wo ran not devlato from our
schedule owing to tho fac( that tho
Pi luce Uupeit will have to return
for the leguhr run of the (Irani
Trunk service, not later than March
I; therHforo our schedule will be n
follows: I.eavo Srnttlo 2 p. in., IVh.
iiijirj 2; leave Victoria tho same
date at 11 p. m arriving at Hllo
on tho morning of the 11th. Take
train and stage, to tho crater and re
main In that vicinity until afternoon"
of febnu'ry 12 (the stny In Hl'o
will ho prolonged If ou so advltei,
iravlilg Hllo not later than midnight
I'cbruan 12, arriving at Honolulu
on tho forenoon of l'diruary 1.1; re
main In Honolulu and vicinity until
IVIiiuary 23, departing from thorn
In the afternoon of that dato direct
for Vlrtotli. We would Uiank jou
to arrange jour plans and glvo full
publl It y to the nbovo.
" 'I note that the rato quoted t'io
t.os Angeles Chamber, of $20, pro
vides for threo dajs' 'stay at Hllo,
Includes rail and stage fnro and ho
tel expenses nt Hllo and nt tho en
ter. So that there will bo no mis.
tindoistnudlng I would ask you to
obtain fiom the Volcano Stables &
Transportation Co. n rato for not lc-i
than 175 nor more than 2.10 people,
to Include tho rail faro and etagq
faro nnd tho stop nt tho crater, nil
of wlili h must be performed between
tho morning of 1'iiliruarj 11 nnd tho
nftornoon of ruin nary 12, If wo hold
lo present schedule, ns tho schedule
provides for the departing from Hllo
at midnight, l'ebruary 12, Wish jou
would osk them to put their rates In
writing, so there will bo no misund
erstanding; also advise them not to
IliUudo any hotel expenses ut Hllo,
as the ship will bo at tho disposal
of the passengers during their stay
there and thoso who remain nshoia
at Hllo aro nt their own expense.
Ill view of the contemplated crowds
that may askemhlo in Honolulu In
attendance upon tho I'loral 1'arado
...v, ojnitfyfa t ntfni'iiiiAiftftfr
We give you a pretty pattern and put lots of style in your .suit and give
carnival, 1 would ask that jou mako
reeervuttons at the various hotels to
accommodate our party on the morn
lug of the 13th until the 23rd, dur
ing tho ten dajs' stny at Honolulu.
The shore expenses ara to be borne,
by the excursionists ind are not In
cluded In our rate, nnd If jou will
havo the various hotel pioprlctors
advise jou In detail their rates and
mall me sulllclcnt literature, I wll
arrange the distribution of same on
the Prtn e lluport before arrival lu
Honolulu. There Is no question but
what we will havo a full ship of rep-J
rescntutive business men nnd their
wives, as the bookings nro comlm
In very rnpldlj. (
" 'I wnnt to avoid as mu h ns pos
sible aiiy misunderstanding, ns that
nivvnjs inars mo pleasure oi nu e
"'This week Mrs. lieidlen Is giv
ing lectures In Vancouver; she In
doing very gnml work nnd croitlng
lots of Inquiries.' I would nsl; that
at least r.uno copies of folders be
sent on the next direct sieamor to
this offlce ns the present supply Is
getting very low. llelween now and
the flri-t of lanu.lry wn can use tit
least in, 000 of jour folders."
CHINESE LAD IS
SHOT BY ACCIDENT
This evening ut 7 o'clock an Inquest
will bo held nt the pollio htutlon Into
tho rimso of the ileith of n soveiiteen-yeai'-old
Chlnei.o boy iiamed Un Kill
It appears that late yesterday after
noon tho lad and two other bojs were
plajlng with a gun out on Kiihikaim
nvqnuo, nnd In somo way tho weapon
was dlschurgul mid blew Iaio Kill's
Death was Instantaneous nnd tho
other lads, being terrified, ran away
and reported the matter. A coroner's
Jury viewed tho leinulns this morn
ing, and the Bight was it vory unpleas
ant one, as the head of tho lad was
.. MXh'in: im.mt 'iomijiit, . .
Tho Itoyal Dancing Academy will
glvo a necktie and apron dunce nt Odd
Kellows Hull this evening. Iho fent
u ro that distinguishes this l.ml of a
dante f i oiii any other is that the
choice of partners Is left to choice
Tho ladles are all requested to bring
neckties that will bo matched with
tho aprons that the fair danccm wear
The music will be furnished by an
Hawaiian quintet club and (lie danc
ing will begin promptly ut S o'clock
II it I let In I'dllorl.il lloom I'lmne
2185 II a 1 1 1' tin lluiliiiHs (irtlie
6 WJ .""-S.L'-iV'';",''UVr' '
, you a perfect
OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION.
CINCINNATI, Bopt With th
Hon this je.ii' dlspHj could bo
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ill t iwSBi tS'wiini JiIBi!4&t
"' " "" " i-"'-"- ii"n in Ainiricii. tnu uispiay ni uio boiiiiiern siaies particularly la mnro olatioc
uto than usual As iisti.il, iho i.illio.iih peiietialug thai fortllo part of tho United Stutes ha taken great in
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fit in your suit
RFST im yparo
OPENED WHEN COLONEL ROOSEVELT' ATTENDS.
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0 Ult )f fnrnior President Thcodoro Itcxikovelt o tho Ohio Valley oxposl.j
sal.i to bo most auspiciously opened,
..nVii i,j- uKiicuiiuriKiH uiaiiiiiaciiirurK
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for never In tho history of tho city havo
nun ouiers inun an pans or uio great,
miwo or. lormcr jojih. ,4
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