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took Firbt Prize at the Paris Exposition
Beautiful Sets of German Table
Linen. We call special attention to
Tea Sets with Napkins to match.
PINK AND GREEN BORDERED.
If you want to sec our latest patterns in
A Rug that was worth yesterday
$24.00 and Is reduced today to
HANAN & SONS'
2? flpr sm -
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pamed for Qoffifort
IyiGinerny's Shoe store
HUES 1MD 5TYIES THT
ARE WHAT YOU IRE AFTER
V"e eau satisfy you
in our uew stock of
-As wo have the latest
We cordially invite all the
Lndies of Honolulu to will
and iiibpcct our goods.
iss M. E. KilSean
Hotel Street, Arlington Block.
WE HAVE THEM.
They are all cut in 12 yards lengths.
You will not find a pattern like it
is certainly interesting to know. We
O have, about one dozen left of last
0 year's stock. They all have been re-
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ducCli to actual cost They are not
O"otn 5atcn. but we arc simply tiictl
0 of showiug ,the same old patterns.
Switzerland manufactures the most beautiful
CMftainSo ' Before the tariff took eflcct wc im
ported a few beauties. Some at 2 SI
Famed for Fit j
ftear, Snappy, D?sirabl?
(Iade for HI Seasons
Jimes aqd piac.es
Ibis Greatest of Auricu Sins
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.$ T V THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBERS, igo
jX tLff3r &
WITH A BOTTLE OF WINE
CREAM OF CHICKEN
CODFISH, FAMILY STYLE
CHICKEN PIE AUX FINS HERBES
TURKEY A LA PEREGORDE
PRIME OF BEEF
HOT MINCE PIE
Sid.'Boyd, ex-chef, of the
S. S. Australia, has a host of
friends and would like to see
them all at thai date, not for-getting
MIY KTMHf HERE
TRADE SCHOOL OF HONOLULU IS
MAKING RAPID STRIDES IN
ITS GOOD WORK.
Instructor Waldron, Recently From
Massachusetts, Has Made a Good
Showing Since His Arrival The
The training school for young tradesmen
In this city, according -to interested
persons, is making rapid strides
toward the development of its pupils
and it will surprise many of the residents
of this city to know that sn"h
an institution exists. The school is a
sort of auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A-,
through its branch known as the Boys
Brigade. It Is in charge of the Re.-.
J. D. Waldron. a young minister and
practical Christian worker who arrive!
on the steamship Queen, and who has
already made a creditable showing in
his line of work.
Many in this busy city do not know
that there is-a trade school established,
The Boys' Brigade Is its founder. Of
the brigade T. Richards. J. P. Cook
and P. SI. Pond are the officers, besides
twenty of the best young men
of the city who carry on the work.
Thursday at 7 p. m. different
companies meet at Palama,
Kalihi anu Punchbowl.
The drill begins with a religious
service, short, and then a song. Then
to music there is a military drill conducted
by a competent soldier. Physical
exercises come next, led by a
teacher from the Y. M. C A. Sojn
drill in speaking is to be added. The
membership is free and open to all
young men and boys. Those in charge
help by advice, counsel and example,
and recommend worthy ones to situations...
nut it grew upon tne workers that
there was need for more training and
field for different -effort. Under the
direction of Mr. Bailey a shop was
built at. the junction of King and
Beretania streets. It is two stories
high, the upper floor being a lumber
loft and assembly room. Down stairs
is bench room with thirty-six tool
closets. This is brilliantly lighted
witu fifteen incandescent, lamps. The
shop is supplied with all the ordinary
tools in the best make, Disston's saws,
Bailey's planes, Jennings' bits. Riverside
chisels, hammers, oil stones,
squares, rules, etc
Those in charge naturally turned
toward the eastern states, where many
states require every city of 30.000 to
have a manual training school in con
nection with high schools. Girls are
taught cooking, dressmaking and
nursing, while the boys are taught
and forge work. While every
one expects a wife to be able to cook,
sew and nurse, it has not dawned upon
the minds of all that from her side
husband doctor, lawyer, minister
or business man ought to be able"
to drive a nail for a dish pan, mend a
trunk after a trip, plane a door so
that the mosquitoes are kept out, and
do all without smashing ten fingers or
ten commandments. But it is as easy
to give a boy the rudiments of joinery
as it is to give a girl the foundation
for housekeeping, and it is just as
necessary. Through Professor Norton
of Mr. Moody's ML Hermon schojl.
Mr. J. D. Waldron was recommended.
Mr. Waldron served his apprentice
ship in the trade, learning all
uranches. For six years he had charge
of all carpenter work at Mt. Hermon
school and constantly had boys to
teach young men who were going to
be missionaries, and learned carpentry
as part preparation.
He had classes in manual training
in Governor Crane's home church in
Daitou and in Pittsfield. Mass. Besides,
he has had experience as a
teacher in Y. M. C. A. and in his
senior class at Hermon, '07, he was assigned
to teach a classn Bible, receiving
pay. Besides, he has been a Salvation
Army officer in New York, a
Sunday school missionary in western
Massachusetts, and pastor of the Congregational
church in L.anesboro.
While very happy in the last work, he
says he left it because he believed that
such an opening as this was one God
had fitted him for and called him to.
He believes that by the means of the
training of a trade minds are sharpen
ed, wits quickened and character made
stronger, in fact that every education
requires manual exercise Jo complete
it. and that it offers much to inanyjn
this city. Besides, it enables one to
do many tilings about a house which
add to comfort and that in some cases
beeies a means of better wages.
"Already there are forty coming to
classes three times a week, most of
them," said Mr. Waldron yesterday.
"The members "of the Boys' Brigade
have the first openings, but no one will
be refused because of race-,- creed or
condition. All will be taught freely,
but unless there are. good reasons they
will be expected to attend the weekly
"Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
from 2:30 until S:30 are the free hours.
Others will have to be added, as the
classes are already crowded.
"Thanksgiving evening, at 7:30, the
brigade, with its officers, will hold a
rejoicing in the school shop. Rejoicing
will be stimulated by ice-cream,
lemonade, cake, song and .speech.
"Responsible citizens who are interested
arc cordially invited to call in
that evening, or any. Any questions
will be cheerfully answered by me."
A Great Medicine. "
"I have used Chamberlain's'. "Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy sad find
it to l-e a grIt medicine," says Mr. E.
S. Phipps of Poteau Ark. "It cured Tne
of Woody fins. I cannot spak too
of it. This remedy always wins the
good opinion, if cot praise, of those who
use it. The quick cures which It effects
even in the most severe cst.es make
it a favorite everywhere. For sale 1i;fJ
encn. bmitft general ants,
Territory of HawaiL
The Honolulu Republican delivered I
by carrier, 75 cents per month. " j
J PERSONALS. J?
AU tec grocery fcocses will be
on Thanksgiving day.
Turkeys, chickens, cranberries acf
Oysters at Salter &
The Pacific Heights electric railroad
was operated all through the great
Bonnie Lemon will leave on the Rio
on Saturday for a months or six
weeks sojourn on the Coast-Today,
being Hawaiian Independence
Day, and tomorrow Thanksgiving
Oay. will be
Mrs. Fanny Stockbridge
arrived by the China. She will
visit Mrs. J. B. Atherton.
Once again the fish supply is run
ning low, and prices are going up to
the roof in the fish market.
Turkeys, chickens, cranberries and
Oysters at Salter & Waitys.
Captains EliotL Mills and Matthls.
have been ordered to San Francisco
and will be succeeded by Captains
Burgess and Sullivan.
Invitations are out for n reception
at Progress hall Saturday night by
the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. Bach
member may take along a friend.
Colonel Z. S. Spalding arrived Monday
from Scotland and will spend several
months in the islands. This is
his first visit home in about four
Prince David is anticipating a triD
to Hilo. He will take with him a
string of horses to be entered in the
races now being arranged for New
J. D. Avery, who was official stenographer
for the republican centml
committee during the campaign, can
be found in the Judd building in Gov,
Lansing's insurance dcpartmenL
U. S. AND EUROPEAN MAILS
Will be dispatched as per postal schedule
and contain supplies of our "Hawaiian
Souvenir Art Calendar" for
1001. Edition limited. New subjects
better than ever. Strictly high class
work. Best calendar yet produced.
Don't fail to mail one to the friends
at home. Wall Nichols Co., Ltd.
Extra Mince Pies,
Plain Mince Pies,
Turkeys, Pigs and Chickens Roasted.
Phone: Blue 3091.
Mrs. D. W. Unacli.
llotol Street, Near Fort.
G. H. BROWN
50 Quart Eottles - $6.00
100 Pint Bottles - - 9.00
DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR
Hobron Drug Co.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Olfice Territorial Stables Building, King
Nature, which Is more kind to us
than nv are has plren to
mankiml a jierfectljr pure, coollus
and healthful water, which bubbles
Uear as crystal Ironi.tho sjirtnss at
Ctnmado, California, where it is
Ireh a It comes from nature's
laboratory It il' not require to
bo carbonated Willi artificial to
make it iarkle Xatura herself
mates It all giMrLlinx.
Cornnadu water act as a olTent
foriivautemattrr which oftenUmea
set1 Iiit the sjvtein and cau? IkwI
blucti. iudloxtliin autl Uiat " Ure!
reeling" It perfectly
with the Kastrie lulc5 f Uic stomach,
thereby nldlu At
the prevent lime Coronad Water
will pnivu invaluable to t ho residents
ot the Hawaiian Inlands, who, since
Ums recent storm, are drinking water
heavily charpwl with orranlc matter.
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I. S. Saclis Bit Goods Co.
70U CAN INVARIABLY BUY FBOM US. A
single yard or Article at less than Wholesale
prices. There is certainly no one store, or combination
of stores, can quote prices that wc cannot
match and oftimes" go one better. All that
ask is. that the Ladies Examine Our
We have sufficient confidence in the Styles
and Qualities of Our Wares to know that it is utterly
impossible to match them, let alone beat
We have some genuine surprises in values iii
I. S. Saclis
Dry Goods Co, IM
OUH STOCK OP
is larger ami more complete than any other stock in Honolulu
AVe also carry a f ulL line of
Delivery and Express Wagons,
Farm Wagons, Dump Carts,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
- We invite you to inspect our stock whether you
.want to buv now or later.
Wo are Sole Agent for the S1TDEBAKER GOODS.
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Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
BELHOKJL SlleutBarkr Sliop
"TOTTXO STREET, bt. Alapai and
Newly furnished rooms with board
Also table board. Telephone Blue 3371- i
Arltartoa. Block, : : : Hotel St
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