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PACIFIC :t)MMKKt;iAL ADVKUTISEK: IH'NOI.n.r. Nov? m-m: 2. !.!. TROPIC OILS By the "lolani" over a hundred barrels of this well-known oil, and now afloat over 200 more barrels; so we don't think we will run short of oil daring the coming sugar season. Tropic Oils for engine, cylinder, dyna mo car box, roller and all other lubricating purposes have not got their Lm& in this market. Our sales prove this, for from a small beginning we fcavo worked up to an oil business that shows that the article used is all riglit. Get year season's supply from us. SHE WENT BACK Mrs. Grant Wanted 0?ly to & Home Again. All INTERRUPTED JOURNEY O. HALL & SON, LTD. ROCK ROOFING est Roofing on Earth. holiowng Husband and Flag-Booked for Manila but Turned Around at Honolulu Harbor. ON DlVOt-CE LAWS. Bishop I'otrcr Alvocates a Unifjrn Federal Sratute. ' llary C. I ..-r mn:ic to .:rrl i: cixl.ir THE RPHECM !& TONIGHT ! TONIGHT ! mm mm IT NOT EXPEN3IVB; comes ready to lay; any workman can lay it; Is 12&2fci; Insurance Ed per cent lesa than shingles on buildings covered with it. K dieted hj any climate. SEND F OR SAMPLE. Hawaiian Trading Ltd. Office: Nos. 6 and 8 Love Building, Fort St. TEL. 1132. wan Mosquito! See Will Drive Mosquitoes Away. Cures the Bites! rings Comfort! B enson, Smith & Co LIMITED Fort and Hotel Streets. laata Tobacco (Bo IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND MANILA SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Ltd: CIGARS Flue Grades of Smoking Tobacco. Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. Msiy - '3 sosliima, HAT MANUFACTURER. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. KING ST., Next f Castle & Cooke learaaice Sale of Straw flats, Silk and Grepe Shirts, Mtaar, Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc. w - .. ... . number of Fclcntlfic works. Tbis sal will commence on Sept. 30 and continue for 3 weeks only, i-ame in contact witn the lit THOSE atoy Carriages Mrs. J. II. tlrant of on- of th S.-.-athern States of tho FnTon. visited Honolulu this week. .Mrs. tyrant ar rived by the S. S. Caelic and departed by the S. S. Australia, tho (). & o. ho:it filtering the harbor Ti:':lay ni'UT.ip.i: and the Oceanic liner leaving th aft ernoon of the same day. Mrs. Ir.:nt is a bright, pretty little slip of a woman who was one of th must interesting passengers c'.niougst the rather otit of the ordinary company aboard the tJaclk. She required during the en tire voyage from San Franlso to this port the almost constant attond ance of the ship's j:::rg'oii. and the stewardess, and she had the sympathy and nssistar.ee of nearly all th wom en and a number of the men aboard. And strange to say. Mis. tyrant re qnired no medicine at all. In fact. s!ie was not a bit ill in accordance with the common aceeptam f tl. rm. 1 yond a slight serisieUne;- for put of two days. Dr. dates said that Mrs. drain was simply homesick, and Mr.'.' dram had the courage to coincide. Hits was an odd enough cae. About four months ago the dashing Southern girl ran away from home and wedded th man of her choice, a captain of volunteers. Very soon after the elopement all was forgiven at the homo of the bride. Cap tain drant had his services transferred to one of the new regiments and is now with his command in Manila. having passed through Honolulu a lew- weeks ago. The girl concluded to fol low the husband and the flag, or the (lag and the husband, and against the mingled protests and tears of relative. and friends set out for San Franclfco and the Orient. She was well ct against the enterprise before the Gae lic was twenty-four hours at sea. Mrs. drant frankly admitted that above all things she simply wished to get back to her little home town in tne South nd be with' her mother and th rest of the family. She asked about every body on the ship for advice, ami it Is a matter of record that of the whole numerous company but a single indif idual a young man of much worldly experience declined to give Miirgcs- tion. Tliis strange individual, a resi dent of Honolulu, was presented with a testimonial by the other passenger. Mrs. Grant would smile a bit through her tears ami on being urged by moth erly women would nibble at food. She gave up all thought of following hus band or tlag on Luzon, and gave htr time to sighing and wishing she was at home. If the peculiarly situated passenger was a fair trial to the ur bane surgeon, rhe was a tnorn In the ample side of Captain I-inch. U.N. II.. the skillful, courageous and popular commander of the Gaelic. The young lady was put up to ask Captain Pinch to "stop the ship" about -po miles out of Honolulu and wait till the Chin: came along. Then. Mrs. drant contin ued, she would be obliged if slu could be transferred to the northbound steamer. Captain Fincii declined po litely to so far "oblige" and told of the petition as the very funniest expo rience of his lifetime, and he was an apprentice to every port in the world from Liverpool, was for" years first of ficer of the Teutonic on the Western ocean, and was out on this side for a long time in the old Arabfe. Some oth er people on board, including the ui geon as a suspect, advised Mrs. Grant that it was the simple duty of Captain Finch to comply with her request. and mentioned various wiles by which sin might be able to win him over. For a time Mrs. drant made the life of tin commander most interesting. Finally she settled down to a decision to met t the none at this port and t.iko pasj.iue - I - 1- . - . . ineiice lor .an rrancisco. ;nc on , the deck with everyone else when tin-; Gaelic and China nivt aim pout d t j Captain Finch and turned her back on j him. ! As the Gaelic neared Honolulu some! of the people aboald endeavored toj mind and continue on to Hongkong.' where she had arranged to take pas- s s:ige for Manila, but the bride said sh wanted to see her mother soon as pos- siblo. and leaving ;he Gaelic here booked for the Australia, and is now well oa the way to S;.n trancisco. Dr. Gates, the Gaelic surgeon, said to a reporter for the Advertiser tin case of Mrs. Grant was one of genuine homesickness, such as treated of in a All who little woman were sorry for ner. Mie would talK very little indeed of anything except ing her overpowering wi-h to be home. c.intrys 1 ix and !'- divo:.- 1 1 -.,. ' "We ?ho.:M :i.. j tnif.-; ,.: ,;. law f ir tin Pni:d d h "Our i ivilir. i; in d.-,- re- .i; .- i :h j'crmar.:icy and p irity .f ,.i. h.c.i The famiiy re up m :;iir;:i s ate. Th -ti .: i t ;rn : P.d ' erai divorce !.v for - r . m.i.-it.il :at.-. ".Jus: !oo a: th v. iv :!:;a a-.- :. da:-. I'- who i.ir.:i ; ! ! .. married in o:;e S: it- tr.i. w.-:r-:iT. raid's ov r in: .n":liT ? i;.d i: , raarrled. lVap!e umih. i d vjr. in :; S:... g . a:;...,:, r a'. reaiii'.y !;ae t!i n. irri i tb c s. Ta.j ;s all w rung. "I rei!iz there are ca.:.i:i.;.j.:a , qu .':Itn- inolcd in th- er. i. :n n: a Federal div.ir e law. i'.r. t; i. z. cr,.it a:n! pressing pr.:. ai :!i i". .i. wh;i 1: iv tin bcs. in:' ri..s o! :. i dU.XND MINSTUKl. r.y t;.. l.:;r.- i::. '5 Kii:r ri: :2XOV atj 1 llll.l H rt i t:i .!:i JACKSON PiKAUIU:. nM and i: Ni. Till! WILLMIDS l:i Tl. ;r M A MiM':t.!. ii:i:n iiu:yitjo. In llr Oxuinl S.rc'J.c ? Pt.itr Sruh. -A Pt:4: i:harKai: t:-. S;r.i;ir: ..:.d p-r.. 'r tt. MISS JPI.I UYICON' T:j" 1. P-r-"-. A C.IIPPSOMI: lliiT!:i.UY IU :. ?; : . C : ;-4Mj . ti a it In art slnnd 1 the a, ar future." ,:i i . lieii.-i.il Aliu:i.:. "J."" . .iiol T.".-. uinli-r lJ e.ir. if. lo- t-l 'li.iit. I litiiuu ti i l ln;if .Mil. I i if t liil!t'it r. . Si .ii .hi IhiUsiI ! a n i:ni )oksi:m i:nt. Ke.iH.i. Kauai. H. I.. June 22. I'-. Mr. H. 1. Walton. .Manager IV.rI. Preserving Paint Co. Dar Sir: In Sentembei- 1m.;. voa did m-arSv f::t - - - - - worth of work for ns under a three years contract and I am .l ased t tes tify to the f.u t that kep; jout . ameemcr.t ti our at i-f.n tbn. W- iir.d t!a: your pain; give- better at:f.u--; ioa th in any n. ha tried on :oof. j either shingle or iron, and as w are situated so m ar th mm the tuln. . ' ton is an important on f. u. W lealiz that no pair. will "kill it.t." 1 altl.ough the "Kurok i pople g ir.rati- te. m do so with their p.ilnf. and we have given them one-half mile of ru ty track to exp rinn rt ;pm. .i do not believe they ran at-compll!: v.!..U they claim, althotich we ho e .o. aa the world has been bniklng fcr such a :.ilm , for ccnturie. ? We -do beli.. tl;.t your lulb! vill protect Iron from rust along the tM-I :hot e and will kIvc it a good trial on 5 our railroad track, wh'uh U iitiatelj between Atiahola and K.ipa.;. t The proposition that I off err I ymi 1 and tin Faireka people to each j aim , one mile or our track and we v. on id pay tin; man vvho.-ovpalnt wa in the lust (ondition at the end of the it the price of tho two tulles fell through. as the Kureka people would not arcrpt 5 tho proposition. If tho Karck.1 peoplr claim to have contracted witli us Iort any work outside of the ore-half mil"' of track mentioned a.wive. they hac r.o authority to make surh yfatcmcnts. for such Is not tho rase. That we have given you another contract amounting to over $3.o 1.4 the best proof that wo are satisfied wth your paint and agreements. Yours truly. GF.O. II. F.MUCII1I.I) Manager Make Sugar Company. iRSbboes Laces 1 AT THE TEMPLE OF FASHION Next Mi.r.,l;5yt October jjrd. wo will Liter to cur cusK.mfi5t the cnire stork ut K!: -ruiiN and Lscct at very Uw pric:. ....: irr yxTl , &c rctx , loc rxth , &c ach FiTt lino of ltibUnf. fortr.r piU ZZc. tca1 la Firt lino of Ui. former prlcr P. rv dr-el Z'-r. tnttl to l-id;. Pelts at I-adlcV Shlrtwab'.i.. at Iidlr Cdlarj. at ; Gingham, at jatdi for ZlJr Pino Uiwn. at ro y.ixl tor two l-tco Curtains, at IUf ITlor Uidle Pni!rrhirtj. at & torZc A Nautifu! chance to Lay at rry Im tfU-!. a.1 It Tctxj c? Fashion. con;mcmlng tieit Monday, OrinVr Z2. M. P.lr. MafcJkirT. I Carriage, Wagon and Truck HEPAIRINC, PAINTING. THIMMiNC U'"' w'i AND MANUFACTURING TO FINE HORSESHOEING a friahr. Agency of the Rubber Tire Wheel Co. Hawaiian Carriage M'f'g Co.v OUEKN STKKITT. NKAU FOHT. Mair Invite You ,to Examine mm S FUMSMIGS Shirts Dress Shirts 75cts t aundcrcd Shifts 75cls Unlaundcrcd Shirts 35cts Extra Quality UnliunJercd Shirts SCcts Extra Quality laaijcrei Shirts SI 00 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS: i'.VrilA QUALITY NKGLIGKB SHI UTS 75cts .-II.FC UO.OM NK(;UGG SHIIin- 7t5ctS Night Shirts, 65cts. and 75cts. COLLARS LOX STANDING am! . c TURN DOWN LINKN COLI.AItS oC. t FINK LINKN COLLAU.-, (Ln!. l Sirt) 10c. CUFFS i HAVE ARRIVED AT THE CSMy Feriultare Sitoref H. II. WILLIAMS, Manager. Love Building, 534-536 Fort Sti TtlEJOJiE RESIDENCE. 149. Cooking School Hours. Th following hutirs ar rfitd for instruction in tho Cooklnn School tn conntot!(ii with t llon.k rs" l-caKU For Chines Mondays and 'Puns days from 1:S0 to 4: r.o. For Japanese Tuesdays :md Fi idas from 1:30 to l:S. For ladies WVdncsdays trom I to 4:30. For children Saturday from to 12 a. m. Linen Cuffs lOcls Fine Linen Cuffs 15 and 25cis NECKTIES 25cs NECK. TIES . Sets SOcts NECK TIES IScts : 65 and 7 Sets KECK TIES 25cts ,i,i'li,.i..l".iiiS2 SSSSSiiiiiiil ' atSnsiiig Suits, Sweaters, Underwear, Sox. i ii iiaaftftrtftAAj! ft AAAiW AVAW WiWiiViWiWiiWiWiVWmVm ftfl ft " "