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1IIIJ IjVMINO HULUIINi HONOLULU, II, 'UIDAY, SUIM IIMHUH f. um, t V jm 0ft& SmNMNGTWntJ BLOC JjrfjfTjfA iJF9 V& slAAsV VlMrwfT Correct Styles S Silk 'riitt t:iMimi ui'i prriHN 4 IN HONOLULU. XTuibraAlas and Parasols for LADIES and CHILDREN !" M. BRASCH & CO. ,"" '" tK&illsPlmis&t' -tift'!. ftiwnal Directory. HAI'MONY MltMti: NO. S, i. 0 o. r , Mtrti etery Monday evening at 7:30 to Harmony Hall. King tlrcct. 1 it dei:, N o K. It. 1IUNUHY. Secretary. ftll vlittlnc brothers very cordially fcTlUd. MYSTIC LOOOB. No. ?, K. of 1. Meets every Wednesday evening at C:M o'clock, Cattle Hall, Fort street, rutting brothers cordially I ml ted to fttUnd. B. J. HALTIMI, C C. A. E. MUllI'HY, K. 11. S. HONOLULU CHAl'TUIt No. 1, It. A. M. Hwli every third Thursday evening to Masonic Temple. All visiting com- ous cordially InvItM. A. V. OIi.FIL.LAN, II. V. i. D. TUCKEIt, Secretary. HONOLULU COMMANDERY No. 1, K.1. Msets In Masonic Temple, on the oc- 1 Thursday evening of each month. Ul visiting Sir Knights courteously TlUd. HENRY E. COOPER, E. C. k. D. TUCKER, Recorder. OAHU LODQE No. 1, K. ot r. Meets every Friday evening at their fMtle Hall, 420H Fort street, at 7:30. Manbcrs of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and tatting brothers, cordially Invited. A. N. SINCLAIR, C a ALFRED AUENin, K. of R. and S . NUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE CROIX, No. 1, A. & A.. S. R. stfteta the flrrt Thursday In each Math, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn too and visiting brothers cordially In Mad to attend all meetlngn. W. M., FRANK D. AUERRACh. ULAN B. SCRIMQEOUR Secretary. LODOE Le PROGRES DE IOCEAME. No. 124, A. & A. S. Kite. tated meetings on (he Inst Monday I each month, In Its hall, Masonic ample. C. M. WHITE. W. M. BL B. FRIEL, Secretary. OIO, W. Do LONQ POST Ho. 45, Q. A. R. Department ot California and Nova tto, meet at Harmony Hall, King (met. Brit Thursday evening of every ta. Sojourning comrades are cor ally Invited to attend. W. L. EATON, P. C. IAB. T. COPELAND. Adjt. HAWAIIAN LODQE, No. 21, F. & A. M. tated meetings, first Monday each Month. Special meetings, when called (will be noted In this space.) Members Lodge Le I'rogres. Pacific Ulir. and all sojourning brethren tortlally lnvttbd. J. M. OAT, W. M. M. R. O. WALLACE. Becreury. THE ALOHA BRANCH OF THE THEObOPHlCAL SOCIETY. EverySaturdav at 7:30 p. m. The Aloha Branch of the Theosophlcal Society, will hold Its regular meeting In the Knights of Pythias Hall, next doortoHolllster& Co , Fort street. Public cordially Invited. Books lent t the Library on Mondas. Wednesdays and Fridays, frjm to 4 p. m. Information on Theosophy given by writing to P. O. Box 5. Markets and grocers. Potatoes, Naval Oranges, Lemons, Dried Fruit, Ranch Bggs, Butter. Cheese. &c. For Australia J. B, MILLS Lincoln Blof k, King street. Novelties for dinner giving and for luncheons and for entertain ing m.ay be had here con stantly LEWIS & CO., Grocers. T.Uphons 140. u t Fort St. !$tfiiYiii7i7iV liirVg' C U TO iGESSLERS, morning ; MAGIC I' headaches :HEA1ACHE: while i WAFERS 3: dressing. ftwnmmmnfrx w t. .n drK(ii. In" I Petticoates Q. What Is A. It Is Champagne? Moet & Chandon 'WHITE SEAL' N. 13. The aciur.icy of this an swer is endorsed by cunnoisseurs tile world oer. LOVEJOY & CO., Sole agents : For Territory of Hawaii, GIFT TO COL. RUHLEN A comlmttec of business men of Ho nolulu 1ms prcKcntcd Col Oeorgo Huh len. Major and Quartermaster l S. Ar my, with a Svvlns gold uatch In appre ciation of his conduct, personal and olllclal, toward the donors during his Incumbency here now druvvlng to a close In his reply to nu address n" conipnnjlng the gift Col. Ruhlen sas: "In the discharge of my public du ties during the past two jcura thut I Uae been stationed here It has beun my nlm to securo to the best of my ability the interests of the United States (iovcrnmeut, whose agent I am. Among the duties deohlng upon mo has been the disbursement for pur chase of supplies and emplo merit of services of more than seven hundred thousand dollars of gov eminent funds, for nil of which my emplojer has, I sin cere!) believe, obtained full alue It Is cr gr.itlt)lng to me to re ceive from jou the assurance that, ANhllc actuated solel by the imluivor to do no duty to my cmplojcr Impar tially and 'without fear, fnvor or af fection,' I have also succeeded In gnln Ing the respect and approbation ot those with whom I havo had business relations, and for this reason the valu able token of jour regard will be cher ished not onl) for Its Intrinsic beauty and titllltj, but still more because It Is to mc on expression ot our approval of my methods ot conducting business with jou and those 5011 represent." DANCED WITHOUT FEET Tacoma, Aug. 27. Joseph J. Kocbcr of Ilutti1, Mont., was run over by the cars at I'ujallup and both feet so bad ly crushed the) had to be amputated. The operation was performed Satur day nnd Sunday afternoon the patl'nt fell Into an uppurcntlv natural sleep In the accident vvnrd, where he was con fined. Tor n few minutes no attend ant was present In the ward. Preseti ly olio of the nurses beard odd sounds coming from the accident ward. Sho hurried thither to be amazed by tho sight of Kochcr dancing about on bl feetlesB, bandaged legs. Ho was In le- Ilrlum. Attendants were called and Kochur wnB placed upon his cot. l'rom that tlmo he sank rapidly and died In the evening. VOMITED A WORM. A native employe of Castle & Cooko's dlspluycd yesterday a worm fivo Inches lone and about nn eighth of an Inch In diameter. This was vomited up by his wife the previous nlRht. It seems that tho woman had been In terrlhlo pirn for about three dajs and no direct online could bo found. Wednesdny night tho husband administered two doses of Bin to put his wlfo to sleep. It was not long before sho vomited the repul slvo thing. Tho worm looks very much llko tho ordlnnrj nngle woim but Its head lool.s more llko that of n snake. Seattle nnnn. Tho ever popular Halnlcr beer Is be coming a household word end "will 5 on havo a glass of Seattle," Is tnoro often heard than anj thing olse, The Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr In bottles. LOCAL AMI flliNCKAL IVf tit ittwl hH!ii-II. a IH 1 h IHH-MH itswlit 1 tr 1 inTWTH Itwttwtl IimWi Mknto Aftn Ml M"HI WrfWtT TK TtaMlMH IrfttMti ltf Manila U eklxTtal hi-re lHtitht or Iwtmtttt J NUBTATIONdlV. l.nraoV :iiiImiIiii. II. K. WICIIMAN. V II t'aitlo It twliM home In the tcainrf arriving tietl week Thurs ils Onliii U)ilgp. Nn 1. K. of I' mitts .11 hlght at ? 30 In Cattle Hull. I'o'l tlriet The TrllMinc and Orli lit Is n pair thnt Is hsrit to hint. Whitman k (') ngi-ntt The Woman's Etrhsngp list Jmt n rrlved a rholrc lot of Hawaiian hats Hc ad cicely furnlihid rooms at the Pop ular lloute, 161 Tort street, from f 1.00 per w ei k up. Indies' and mitres umbrella nnd parasols with pretty designed handles nt The l-ace House lti:H8TRATION ROLLS 1011 THE Novr.Miir.it I'l.r.cTio.Ns are open REGISTER TODAY Sparktits make n much ulcer drink than nn) oilier rhemlcnls for nerntlng purposes For sale by all drug stores The beach property leasehold of Ihc late Jas Dodil will be sold lit auction See Jas I'. Morgan's column for par ticulars E W Qulnn of US Union street Is prep in d to furnlth estimates on II rH class modern plumbing. Bee special notice column on pngc S II. N Aim), manager of tho WnlkIM Inn. Mas tried In the Police Court yes terday nfternoon for selling liquor on Sunday He was found guilty nnd sen tenced to pay a fine of $250 nnd costs. The opening meeting of the 49th )eur of the Hawaiian Mission Children's So ciety will be held at the home ot Mrs. R I' Dillingham Saturday nfternoon. All those Interested In the work of the society are cordially Invited to attend. Hermann Nelmnn, foreman at the stables of the Stock Ynrds Co, was se verely Injured )csterdny by being klck dl In the chest by a horse. Ono rib wns fractured nnd the Injured man re mained unconscious for an hour. He was attended b) Dr. Hoffman. A Japanese laborer wns killed li trio rock cut near Evvn jesterday af ternoon. Tho fellow Jumped from n car while It was still going at a very good rate and tho consequence was that ho struck on his head on a rock. Ilo was rendered unconscious nnd died shortly afterwards Tho coroner's Jury has returned a verdict ot accidental death. Tho use of tho Singer in millions of homes shows tho unprecedented suc cess of these, Ideal sewing machine. It is convincing proof thnt tho Singer excels In nil kind, of family sewing and art needle work. All our sevvirg machines are of the best construction, beautifully decorated, nnd nro mounted on selected woods In finely finished cabinets of artistic design. II. Ocr gcrscn, agent, 10VS Iiothel street. A largo number of Honolulu's so ciety people called on Mrs. l'owler at tho home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'uul Neumann, King street, vesterdjy afternoon Mrs. l'owler was one of Ho nolulu's favorites when a )oung lady and her friends, of which there are n great number, have not forgotten her during her long absence. They an most glad to welcome her once more In their midst nnd hope that her visit hero will be crowded full of pleasure. The Hawaii brings the news that Ah Joe, a Chinese hackman, was brutally murdered by somo unknown person or persons In the vicinity of Hllo on Sat urday It Is believed by the nuthoil tles that the deed was committed by sailors from one of the vessels In Hllo hurgor. The body was found In nn en closure Just off the Ohm toad, covered with leaves and earth. Robbery was very probably tho Incentive ns ,vli Joe's watch and chain were gone whn the body was found. INDICTMENTS QUASHED Judge Huniphrejs quashed the In dictments against E. C. Macfarlane and J. I'. Ilayward, licensees ot two bathing resorts at Walklkl, for selling liquor on Sunday, The Indictments were drawn so vague that they wouldn't hold water. Attorney Gen eral Dole nsked for a nolle prosequi In favor ot Charles Donahue, charged with selling liquor without a license, and It was granted. Ills Indictment was rs shy of criminating details to be proved as tho others, A verdict of not guilty wns returned yesterday, after a. trial lasting over n day, In tho case of Kuglchl nnd Han zabro, chnrged with iiiiiig a knife on another Japanese. TO CUItK A COI.D IN ONE DAY. Tnko Lnxntlvo Dromo Qulnlno Tablets. All druggists refund tho money If It falls to cure. E. V. arovo's signature Is on each box. 25 cents. CHAS. D. WALKER, Dcilcntr ml Builder ol Hlsh-Gitd. Yachts. Boats and Launches! Worst, 6. KINO ST. P O Boi 611, T.lfptioBt too 1.. fl h'WWi,,mIC,; NUlMH MWtlt TffifflltfpM l-IIIW 1 Chauncey M. Depew j Cigars!) 1 mm The Washington Mercantile Co,, Ltd, Cotmi I ntunj Qttn limit DlttrUiuliuq Aqfitt for the . . .IIIV1.I.V ISUSItS I W. Mmill. H 0 MibDllDitCM, The Merchants J Collecting Agency, Cuttnm Houte Brokerage 11 KAAHU.WAMJ ST. Makes A SPECIALTY of Monthly Accounts and Rents. White Teethl are generally perfect and sound, and at all events are a much prettier feature of the mouth than dirty and discolored teeth. Then again when kept cleai and white are less liable to decay which rather is due to thought lessness in teeth care. All teeth preparations, In a general way are good we have them all some better than others. Prophylactic Tooth Powder 25 cts. we know is as near a perfect tooth cleaner and antiseptic as it Is possible to make because every one of its ingredients is the purest obtainable. That's the feature of our tooth powder. Hollister Drug Co, FORT STREET. Waikiki Inn. Beginning Thursday, Aug. 30, THE WAIKIKI INN will run a wagonette for the bene fit of its patrons, leaving the coiner of Fort and King streets as follows: FOR WAIKIKI INN. A. M. 9:30 P. M. 12:30 5:30 WAIKIKI INN. 4:3o FROM 7:40 10:00 Single Fare, tickets, 51:00. 2$ cents; 8 H. N. ALMY, Manager. Baby Goose ! ! HIS ADVENTURBS Jut the honk for TUK LlTTLi: ONUS. For sale by the HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., Ltd. KMBBB M MM 1S tlwH If. I2. EI1LBR8 (V Hi lima ills Remnants Remnants B. F. EHLER8 & Before Insuring Your Life consult the beet company and secure the bent nnd moat liberal policy as Issued by the GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO. ol New York TO Till. GERMANIA LlhE INSURANCE CO., JudJ HullJInc Honolulu. t'lc.ieend me a statement shovvlnR the Anntnl Premium fort on your Gold Bond Redemption Policy, with Gunrnntecd Dividend. My age at last birthday vears. Name . Fill up the above blank and forward to EMMETT MAY, dudd Building, Manager for Hawaii. By the Barks "J. C. Pflueger" and "M. E. Watson" WB HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF : : Morton's and Crosse & Blackwell's Groceries Bicarbonate of Soda, Wash Soda, Caustic Soda, Paints & Oils, Cor rugated Iron, Ridging, &c Cement Firebricks, Carbo lineum, Stockholm Tar, Tubs Buckets, Tinplates, Sauce pans, Teakettles, &c, &c. H. HACKFELD PER AUSTRALIA 8M0KED SALMON HEINZ'S SWEET SALTER & ORPHBUM - On Ice -- 'All Seasonable Fresh Fruits and Vegetables TURKEYS. DUCKS and CHICKENS. Trj one of our TENDER BROILERS. FRESH SALMOM and Flounder, Smoked Salmon and Halibut. FRESH POTATOES and Onions. Cervelat Sausages (In foil), "And In Swetts. FROZEN OYSTERS both California and Eastern. Cream Cheese (in foil). GRUENHAGEN'S BON BONS and Marshmallows. H. MAY & CO., Ltd. 2 DBigr Stores 2 The Waterhouse Store The Mclntyre Store BETHEL ST. TELE3PHONE S4, Burnham's O O contains no Corn starch, Requires no egss, no cooking. Piepared In a moment by simply adding one quart boiling milk ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS. Will produce ten cups of dellcl i Custard or two quarts of rich Ice Cream that cannot be surpassed. . - y CHAS. HUSTACB. Tlephnn 119. 212 King treat, next to the ATUn S. SHIMAMOTO General Merchandise. Dty Goods, Groceries, Japanese Provisions, etc MAOOON BLOCK, IE3- O- Box 886 Tclcphona 803. P. O Bos 984. GrOO JESLT.IKL IMPOHTIII ADD DtAltH IN HEAVY PONGEE SILK FOR HEN'S SUITS AT REASONABLE PRICE. ::::::: GROSS LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS WITH BORDER. MERCHANT TAILORING i no Nuutnu Sift. I B.htn Holtl and Pauihl n P. O. Box m. Tit il "WIKTCSr "WO GJE3LA.JST THE OLDEST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU. COMMISSION 3WEEIiOKA.lsrTS. Dttltri In Fin. Sllki ml Gust Llneni Chlnttt nj JipantM GooJi ol All Klodi ito-nt Kuuinu ttrttl P. . Box QI3 . Importer 609 Behetanla Stjiket CO. linvr tuM fmMl M'rk tuMtig am! Oml t liur 1111U a iiitmltf 'l shwt hIoii kin,) vvltMi inuM K- Cleaned nt once on Wednesday at 8 p. m. We will Mutt a sale of thoc pwiU nt prlcus that will be hound to tlue the lot In n wry few dnys. Among Ihc lot are Wash Gooil, Hillu, Wool WnMt GomK Luces nml other pieces of various ntxxls, Come early and get first choice CO. Address. -m & CO., LTD. Oranges. Lemons Oysters, Cauliflower and Celery Ham Sausage Saratoga chips PICKLES Pimolas, Etc., Etc WAITY, BLOCK, Fort St. Grocers -A-TTSTIEa-A.aiiX.A. COR KINGANDTORTSTS. TELEPHONE 88, CREAM CUSTARD MERCHANT STREET. Ibvdliairi. 215 Taliohom BOS and Dialer in OrrosiTK Queen's IIospitax t ( .ti '