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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT.; G, 1913.
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FOURTEEN"
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YOU'LL HAVE MORR ROOM
TO WORK ; 1.V, AT YOCR
DESK, IP. YOU ATTACH YOUR
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Ceary Street, abeva Union Square
Earcpe&ri Pln $1.53 a day up
American Plan $3.50 a day txp -
Kew steel and brick structure.
Third addition of hundred rooms
cow building. - Every comiort and
convenience. . A high class hotel
at very moderate rates. In center
of theatre and retail , district. On
car lines transferring to all parts
of city. Electric omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. :;.
Hotel Stewart rcosai rod m Hwmuaa
l14 HtJ4iiit(i. CM AddraM
Tnwtti- ABC Cod. J. H. Lot.
tlnm iiImIm rm .I n. -
Oellevue Hotel
Corner Geary and Taylor Eta.
San Francisco v
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A refined house of tausual ex
cellence. Within the ehopptof
and theatre districts. ; Positive-.,
ly fire-proof. Every rocrn wlta
bath, ' ;
American plan a day cp.
European plan, a day vpy
Cpeclal Monthly Rates. ' r
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Tor furtber Information addrest
Arnold Wetbel, Honolulu repre
sentative, 2005 KlUa Iload, Tel-'
cpLoce 1879. ..
; HOTEL LUBULr ,
HAUULA, OAMU, HAWAII
Di;'J,Tj!stea fcf Its 'cV.czl:z'
r ; ointments and loca. tic a. I
i:;ucJly attractive to weekly,)
noilLIy cr transient gucets. A
r elect family, horullke -country
! ctcl. tzi good rcil.j.'
CTHICTLY HOME. COOKING
r- Ills tcrscs ar.i autos In tfce
rent icrvice. Perfect ca tatt-!r.-.
NO ccral t ttep cn. . ' I
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CrCN'D THE LAST Cr YOUR
VACATION AT
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COOD MEALS "GOOD MUSIC ,
'" COCO DAT H INC -'."
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J. T. SCULLY, Itop.- '
A i'lZAL CHANGE Cr 'CLIMATE
ca te Lai at the new boarding house
la
iCctrly 1C33 UeiJ ( elevation,
rc:.r Cc?ct. grand 'scenery, fine bass
flsL'.rg. For particulars,, addres E.
U Eruss, Wahlawa, rtcne 469.
NEW SHIPMENT OF
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. Just Arrived. ; J 1
NEW YORK SHOE CO."
Nuuanu St, nr. IJoteL
"Eo Prepared"
Co to Ye Reaai Dgot Ehop and
' i Get the tit j
(FECIAL 8H0ES FOR BOY
8COUT8
CHEMICAL ENGINES AKO
WATCH MAN'8 CLOCK8 '
For Cate by ? '-,
J; A. GILMA H
Fort Street
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Crossroads Coolishop.
ALEXANDER ; YOUNQ v IUILDINO
..'Everything in Books'. v
Bethel 3U near Hotei X:
J I " New Styles In ? V V
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PANAMA AND. CLOT HI
. At Mainland Prices. - '
WWM CO.
: c-.- r.ijju Lane.-
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ViCVvCy jrV s - 1 ' teen attending tb
The good ship Wilhelmlna, .which,
with the Sierra, acta as a ferry boat
between these lovely old Islands and
the busy marts of San Francisco, ar
rived on Tuesday with quite an as
sembly of Honolulu foil: on board." It
is certainly good to see our wander
ing friends returning, and already the
stay-at-homea are showing ' their ap
preciation by entertainments both for
mal and otherwise. A delighed little
coterie was down at the dock on Tues
day to ' welcome home Mlssi Murjel
Howatt, and her uncle," Dr. Alford
Wall, after their months of motoring
In Southern California. Mrs. Helen
Noonan was also received with plea
sure, and her nephew, Vernon Ten-
ney.
Miss Eva M. Stevens returned after
two years spent in Europe, and Miss
Josephine Pratt after a shorter but
no less delightful trip in the stales
Miss Mary L. Dettis o Punahou was
a home-coming passenger after two
months with her family in the middle
west Mr. and Mrs. A, Gartenberg
with their two small daughters, re
turned after several mouths'; in San
Francisco,
The Siberia on Monday brought a
large contingent of Honolulans,
amone them being President ' and
Mrs. Arthur F. Griffiths and their lit
lie datghter. Miss Eleanor Griaths.
Returning from the volcano on the
Mauna Kea Saturday were ' Mr.
and Mrs. V. J. MacNeil of Punahou.
Miss M. Glade, Miss Herman Focke,
and Miss Del Mar, the artist, whose
pictures cut" such a swathe at their
recent exhibition.' MIes Del Mar has
been seekinc further ideas for Ha
waii pictures on the big island where
color is even more riotous than on
Oaliu. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dowsett
and Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Giffard.'com
rleted the' list ' of 'returners on the
I.Iauna Kea, but every boat from the
coast SAd 'the ether islands is bring
ing back those who sought to escape
the summer heat of Honolulu. T .
Midshipman Ivan Graham, who is
Epending his vacation with his
mother, Mrs. W Montrose .Graham,
on Green Street, has' been quite the
Hon of the hour among" the younger
set. ..All of his friends Loth young,
stent and oldste:e hare endeavpred
tc secure some of his time, everyorie
desiring to . extend hospitality, to the
popular young sailor. On Sunday
morning Mrs. AVaiter Coombs gave
him a celicious southern breakfast,
with fried , chicken . and ' Maryland
eauce arid everything else that goes
toward . making a toothsome repast
On Monday,.he and Mr. Mason Remy
son of 'Admiral Remy of Washington,
D. , C. were the guests of Mrs. G.
Auur af a' picnic in Manoa ' Valley,
On Tuesday, Ir. Harold Morgan gave
I a .stag picnic in his honor, the party
taiJng a deiightrui jaunt to Kaneone.
Several hostesses, including Mrs. F.
M. Swanzy at Kualoa and Mrs. C. G.
Dallentyne at Kahala, have Invited
h i pi ' o ve r . week en d s; In -th eir ; .' at
tractive' homes, v Last night Mrs. W.
M, Graham entertained a hundred or
more of his old school friends and
classmates at V dance In , his honor,
he young folk having a delightful
time with the favors and novel ideas
introduced by the hostess. . Mrs. C
B. Cooper, is giving a swimming-par.
ty and supper for the young midship
man on Monday, and a great many
other things are on the program. In
cluding a large reception next Satur
day. :' -
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. The': Princess Kawananakoa was
among "the hostesses who entertained
at box- parties this week. 'Mr. and
Mrs. J. Morton IRIggs, .Dr. and Mrs.
Harvey Murray, Mr. and Mrs. A G.
hawes,' Jr'and Mrs. Francisco Gay
were her guests on Wednesday at the
Virginia 13rissac Company, with sup
per afterwards at the Rathskeller.
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M,r. Clayton Cousens, the brother of
Mrs., Arthur Lyon Andrews, sailed
last evening for Cornell. Mr. Cousens
will enter the junior year at that uni
versity having already completed two'
years at the College of Hawaii. ;
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Mrs. W. B. Worthen was hostess at
a delightful "round-the-island trip on
Monday for: Miss ; Louise Worthen,
Miss Mary Worthen, Miss Emllie
Eleanor. Owens,: Mr. Hamilton, Agee
end Mr. w. Camp.' The party motor
ed; over the Pall and to : Haleiwa.
wnere iney naa iuncn, continuing tne
journey homeward in the cool of the
afternoon. ,.
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After ten years, of hard. work. Miss
Mary Pamejrta has decided to take a
vacation. Miss Pamenta will leave by
the Mongolia with the Princess Kawa
nariakoa. While a-ay she will ' spend
several weeks in ,Los Angeles.: coining
north 1 to Oakland, later , to nisit . her
sister and a'nuniher of old frie'nds;
Miss Pamenta will return to Honolulu
the latter part of the. year. . ; .e: .
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Major and Mrs. John T. Myers spent
several, days at Kualoa this week as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F, ' Mj
Swanzy, returning to town "on Wednes
day very much in love with windward
Oabu. Thi Swanzys have entertained
continuously since they have been at
Kt!loa, their hospitable walls being
always filled with guest 1.
"Mrs. James L. Young, accompanied J
by ber sons, Donald and Gordon., re-j
turned on the Wilhelmina this week
after spending several mcfiths on the
Eke
mainland. During her absence
visited.ber former home In Ohio.
Mrs.. Riley IL Allen expects to leave
next , week on the Marama for . the
mainland, visiting first in the; north-
Vest and later going to New: York for
the winter.
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Mrs. William Taylor and small son
of Honolulu have been spending
month, in Modesto. California, as the
guests of Mrs. Andre w Wichman,
Mrs. Herman von. Holt entertained
the members of the board of missions
at her home 1 yesterday About ; sev;
cnty-flve members met to discuss the
coming trl-ennlal convention in New
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Mrs. W. B. .Worthen and her two
charming, daughters, Mary and Louise
Worthen. sailed last night on the So
noma for their home in Littierock,
la. The Worthens have spent sev
eral veecs In Honolulu, where they
were guests at the Pleasanton.
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Among the departing passengers on
yesterday's i' Sohoma - were Jack - and
Carter Gait, who go on to resume
their studies in the EasL The tormer
will enter the freshman class at Yale,
though the latter still has. another
year at the Finsbury Preparatory
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-Mr 'and Mrs. Fritz T. Henshaw.have
taken a charming little bungalow on
Young street and will remain In Ho
nolulu Indefinitely to the delight : of
their many friends. The young couple
were prominent members of San Fran
Cisco society and are sure to prove a
great addition to ;the younger set here.
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Mr. and Mrs., Gerrit Wilder are -entertaining,
at a swimming party- and
supper this evening in honor of Miss
Helen Wilder. - v t ,
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Miss Alice t Hastings , will sail, on
the Wilhelmtna next Wednesday for
tJoston, : where she will enter school.
Lieut Philip J. Lauber oKthe 2d
Infantry is - sailing on the transport
Logan this evening on a two months
leave . of absence. While awayv he
will receive his promotion and be as
signed to another regiment, so Fort
Shatter win see mm no more. - He
has been f entertained at many, little
Informal ; affairs prior .to his depart-
-ure. Last evening he was serenaded
by the Infantry pand, while a dozen
or more of, his friends gathered in
hia auartersJto wish him well. Lieut
Lauber has been more than popular
in the . post . and will be heartily
missed by tils k comrades. - v ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Guild have ' re
turned from ;their place at Kaalawai,
where they havef been spending the
summer months ,and are once more
ensconcea . ii .ineir pretty nome on
College avenue." - ? H ;: v
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,MIss Margaret Grant of" Los Ange
les Is spendlng"ta week or more' In
Honolulu as' the guest of her; aunt,
Mrs. C. G. Ballentyne. Miss Grant Is
enrouto around..(the world and 'will
join' a, partjr or t; menas passing
through, on the. next steamer. , ' ;
Mr. and Mrs. -Brasch have rented
the John Guild ptace at Kaalawai for
the month of i September. y
Miss Emma Cooley, who has been
spending several' months in Honolulu
as the guest of Lieut, and Mrs. Frank
lin P. Jackson, 'sailed last evening on
the Sonoma for her home In New Or
leans.. : v . . :, h'-- '':''; ;.?'.''':';''.'
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Mrs. Frederick .Funston, wife of
Brigadier-general. Funston, is sailing
with her baby 'daughter for San Fran
cisco on this afternoon's transport. The
trip Is a very hurried one, and was only
decided upon the Jatter part of this
week. During her brief stay in SanH
Francisco Mrs. Funston . will be the
guest of her sisters, Mrs. W. O. Cullen
and Airs. Frank. Howlett The return
trip of the Logan will see her back in
Honolulu, she hopos. -
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Hocking and family
returned this week from Kawailoa and
are once more settled in their home on
Kewalo street' . .
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A stag banquet in being held this
evening at the 'Country Club by Its
masculine members to celebrate the
opening of Ihe 8-hole course. ? Be
tween fifty--and BlxtV golf devotees
are planning to attend. -
it ;,;.;:.
Mrs. George E Lake (Helen North)
was on the receiving line at a large
dance and repeption given recently
by the'officers of the U. S. S. Idaho at
Newport, R. I. i - v ;
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, Mr. L. .Tennej: Ppck leaves on the
Wilhelmina next week for a short trip
to Washington, D. C. Mrs. Peck will
not come to .town immediately but
will spend several weeks; more at her
place at Kahala. V " :
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The members of. the cavalry polo
team are entertaining at a large ;
polo teathia afternoon at Leilehua.
Many townspeople have been invited
and will motor put to. Schofield to at
tend. .' ' .. ; : ' ' ;.-'
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Miss; Nora Swnty is entertaining
at a hdme party over the week end at
her home at Kualoa. V . "
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HlLo SOCIETY NEWS -
ISpecial Star-Bulletin Correspondence
Personals from Hilo. - , - S
HILO.- Sept- 5, Miss M. Canario
and Miss Molly Thomas, who have
summer ; school
jii Honolulu,; returned to 11 Ho by the
i Mauna Kea last Sunday.
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i Mrs. Dick Young gave a luncheon
A?onaay in nonor. ci miss Margaret
McCarthy of Honolulu, who has been
spending several . weeks In HIIo' as
)ier guest The luncheon ;was in the
nature of a farewell, .as Mi3s Mc
Carthy "left Monday, afternoon for her
home. ; The luncheon color scheme
was green and yellow, Shasta rosea
and ' maidenhair' being used for the
centeirpiece. ' Those present at the
luncheon'; besides Mrs. Young and
Mi3s McCarthy were: Mrs. -G. II.
Hazelton, Mrs. J. Jones and Miss A
Davis. . v.'.v .:t-;;:: ;.' .'.'- .
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Herbert Truslow and S. S. Rolph
gave a stag luncheon in honor of Ste
phen Desha, Jr.; on Labor Day at
their bachelor - quarters on Reed'i
island. Tho'se present besides the
hosts and the- guest ; of honor - were
Austin Ashford and George Willfong.
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- Rev.' M. ' C Santos, who Has pur
chased the controlling interest, in the
C Lnso Publishing Company in Hono
lulu, left last Monday for Honolulu
where he will make his future home
and edit;, the company' newspaper,
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- Mrs J. H7 Brayton, wife of-the Ho
nokaa - civfl engineer, returned last
Sunday' from a pleasant visit in Ho-
rolulu. She was met here ;by her
husband ' and the two : remained in
Hilo to spend Labor Day. . V
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Miss Z. de la Nux, who is the teach
er of a Kau school, is visiting friends
and relatives in Hilo. She arrived
here last Sunday after spending sev
eral weeks attending summer schoo
in Honolulu.- -
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v Miss B. B. Taylor, supervising prin
ci pal of the Kau : schools, v - returned
from 'Honolulu last' Sunday,
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The Burns" club Is giving an " Invi
taticmal dance' in the Masonic 7 hal
on Saturday. evening. . . i
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Dance for Stephen Desha.
Special. Star-Bulletin Correspondence!
HILO, Sept 8. Perhaps one of the
most pleasurable affairs in Hilo dur
ing the summer was the dance given
in honor of Stephen - L. Desha, -Jr.
last Monday evening. At least a hun
dred .friends of the young man, who
is soon to leave for the mainland to
Attend law school, .were present
Care had been taken in making' all
the arrangements, the hall being pret
tily , decorated fjwith green ferns and
flowers and the music for" the 'danc
ing was exceptionally good. Cooling
liquid refreshments were " served
throughout the evening to quench the
thirst of the dancers.
The Jiostesses . and hosts of ,the
evening .were ' the Misses Mundons,
Miss Bernice Dwight, Misses Eliza
&nd Ida Desha and George Desha.
The dance given in the armory last
night also in honor of young Desha,
was largely attended and highly en
joyed, the daacing continuing until
a late hour, A jtidy sum of money
was realized from the' dance, which
is to be presented to Desha as a show
tng or : appreciation - for . the man;
times. he has helped to make church
and amateur theatrical -productions
In HHo a success. : .
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MOTHERS URGED TO BUY
SCHOOL SUPPLIES EARLY.
With all the excitement and flurry
that comes on the first morning school
opens, mothers are urged to lessen
their last-minute troubles 'by getting
noauj in
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Would not be without it in the house if
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Ciias. Chapman, R. F. D. No, 7, Belle
vue, Ohio.- ; v . ':-.;"-.,' ;.,
Because your case is a difficult one,
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The Second Edition of pur September
Specials will be a Clearance Sale of SILK
arid LISLE 6E0VES
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'r. - wThese1 art numbers we are "not repeating and the whole will be-
closed put at BARGAIN PRICES on MONDAY TUESDAY and WED
NESDAY. Tna ioUowing will fc closed out at'tacrifieing prteest
- i button length Silk Glovesln Black; White,'' Cray, Pink, Lav
r ender.and blue at . ....,.........--.......... .7S9 pair
. 'j 15 button Black Lisle Gloves to closa at . -. .10 pair
' 2 button Fine- Whita Lit le . Gloves . .i ......... I . i . , . .Uo pair
,2 button LUIe, White, Tan, Slates ........ I ;U..23e Pl
. ' Another lot of these famous Bargains: : . v-'-i -''". '-.
"".'.16' button White' Kid Gio'ves, alt sizes ...$2.59 pair
. 2 ; button White Kid Cloves, all sizes ........ . . . . i . : S 5o pair ,
Kow Stocli
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. . Wo have just received cn excellent lino of
MUSLIM UriDZaVEAR. GARLlEriTG.-; Sonio cf
tbesi ve ere novf shovinj in ths wirovs. TLa
shipnent comprhes icverythin?; in tba lino cf f
Undcnvcar; they arocll mado to oxir ccclil crCzr .
end ere tip to the stahderd 1 for, HE AL JODAil
VALUES
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the various bocks; 'pendils; rulers, etc:;;Vl6th,'ahd ;us6''thrs Tor rubbing on' the
etc., during the next two or three
days, j Arlelgh's, on Hotel street, Is,
as you know, the headquarters for au
thorized text' books,, and is also the
place to get the rest of the things
the "boy and girl will need.- . But shop
eary, so ttye first day of school will
startin welL" . , i. . ;!','
Wheat bran will be found more sat
isfactory than soap in washing chin tx
and other similar prints. Tie a quart
of brain in a sizable piece of cheese
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Summer. Suit Soiled?.
No matter whether It cost much or
little, it; will pay over and .over again
to send us your suit for : ' V1: (
ABADIE'S
Dry
It is far superior to ordinary-cleaning.
Wo double the life of a ?uU by
keeping it in just as perfect condi
tion as it wa3 when purchased. Cost
is small. . .
French Laundry,
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777 King St, Est 1901
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print, material, 3 :one would soap.
Do not use too hot water, lest : the
starch from the bran be cooked ' Rinse
the clothes .'andl blue as one -would if.
the usual way. V . " ;
In making brown betty, no matter
what -fruit Is teed, pour on the milk,
and then add a top layer of crumbs
These crumbs should . be dotted - with
butter. Cook the : pudding, covered.
till the fruit. is done, and then uncov
er to brown. . ' . :.':..:
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The Hawaiian Ikvs
CO., . Ltd. :
Y O UNO D U I.L DIN Q
Jiiot Arrived
FULL LINE OF
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Coyne Furniture Co..
Alexander Young TU
",-JH2 C "2 CO. -
LEALAI jvLJ;T, ZLtt,
New. line of Ladies' and -CLIIJren'a
ready-made dresses will arrive from
the mainland soon.
riUAIII eor..3fXXAXU ST.:
riuuahuYcUsy Pcrli Trccl
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. 'Choice residence lota fcr fila.
James T. Taller; CI
Cll Stansenwald DM;
Phona 2153
8 C H O O L 0:0 k 3
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8 C H OOL SUPPLIES.
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A R L E l G H ' 8 . ,
. on Hotel Street -.
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TO THE OTHER ISLAND3 O.T
tTO SHIPS AT' SEA
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MONUMENTS
' and all kinds ; of -marble work;. '
cleaned and repaired. by expert:
workmen at reasonable prices.
Call for Zimmerman at .
. C. AXT ELL'S ' .. -
Alakea Street
FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND f
14 ICE CREAM, TRY THE
Havalian Dru Co.',
Hotal and B4hl Str4t '
PJctu$ framing
iatly Wxi " Prbmpdy Done by II
Neatly
lien
Who Know -How.
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CITY MERCANTILE CO
j 24 Hotel 8 1 " nr.Nuuanu . :
BlGSilOESAtE
Other Articles Reduced. f
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CANTON DRY GOODS CO. ; V
Hotel St, Opp. Empire Theatre.
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: : New Line of v -
DEL MONTE" CANNED' GOODS .
-Table Fruits and. Vegetables. i
KAIMUKI GROCERY CO.
Cor. Walalae Road , and Kok Head
Avenue , - , Phoae 3720.
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ORANGE. BLOSSOM. CANDIES '
The Most Popular Candies Made ! :
. . 4 . on the Coast ' ,
HONOLULU DRUG, COv LTD.
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