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TROPIC OILS By the "Iolani" 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 during the coming sugar season. Tropic Oils for engine, cylinder, dyna mo, car box, roller and all other lubricating purposes have not got their equal In this market. Our sales prove this, for from a small beginning we have worked up to an oil business that shows that the article used is all right. Get your season's supply from us. BRIDE OF A HERD HONOLULU JOINS. Iti laiii Tribute to DoutiS lt.uk- j i l Politicians Interested Announcements. in y and a; ;.:! Mrs. Hazea Is Amtitlou-Stui d Method of Making Betrothal Putlc-Coanec-tbn With John R. McLaa. E. Q. HALL & SON, LTD. READY ROCK ROOFING Best Roofing on Earth. H fii Jifll -T 'j "i j IT NOT EXPENSIVE; comes ready to lay; any workman can lay it; 13 llffkt; inturance SO per cent less than shingles on buildings covered with it. Not affected by any climate. SEND FOR SAMPLE. Hawaiian Trading (Eo- Ltd. Office: Nos. 6 and 8 Love Building, Fort St. TEL. 1132. Mosquito line WASHINGTON. Nov. 1.- The en gagemHiit of Adnii.-.d iK'Wvy to Mrs. Hazen came as a riirpri.-e t Washing- ton. It has Ions Iacii known thai ho was on the most friendly tortus with the lady who is to become his wife. Politicians of both p.iities are interest ed i!i the engag'Miunt. It may moan much for them, ii is well known that Mrs. Hazn is ain'tittoiis. and justly s;. Through her inllueme the predic tion Is maile that Admiril Dewey will enter polities. If he does, he may overturn all the plans of tin politiriuns and break slates that l.avo bt'n ran fully made. The dramatie method of announcing the prospective social event and the news itself are a complete explanation of why Admiral Dewey deelined to ac company the President on lus recent stumping tour through the West, and the main purpose of which was to de feat John It. McLean, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio. It is even whispered low that the Admiral announced his engagement at this tim and in the unique way he selected, in the hope that his future relationship with Mr. McLean m it; lit prove benefi cial politically to the latter. Ami the gossips have it. further, that when Mr. McLean was here rotnitly lie confiden tially predicted 'he announcement to some business associates. When the marriage will take place lias not yet been cYtcrinlncd. but it is believed that it will be in the near fu ture, and that the Admiral will not Ions occupy his now house, presented by his admirers throughout the I'nited States, as a bachelor. Mrs. Hazen's chief charm, aside from her sparkling eyes and smile, is a pro fusion of auburn brown hair, faintly tinged with .gray and rolled high from her forehead, with a suggestion of a bang. An episcopalian originally. Mrs. Hazen became a o.;vcrt to Catholicism several years ago. and. while not a zealot, professes J he religion. The Ad miral is an Kpisconaiian. It is the im pression that the marriage will take place in St. Matthews Church. If Dewey marries into the McLean family he will undoubtedly become a more seiious Presidential probability than he has been heretofore. ucltc KiJncv Pill A y.r.rr.g r.i.ui wen: !ia v -;v-ceul manufactur r an I for employment. "What can yoi ! ? :r,jn ifa - turT akd. and .-:r.g tt te.t o: ai a'.ii.:ty. I d n't wv.r.t to kn w w!:at i s.iy yoi can d." th g-nt!em.in re-; plied, "let rao know whit others ?. you have done: bring rnom-' :nenda!.bn from j :'.- I kr.. v a:: i can trust." It's the sun- way with the I'.V.'.e" Csinci-.:err and the paV.lc: p-p wan: s to know what has V"-:t dn. Honolulu people ar- Jjir.in myriad of other in v.i iking public ;h- work of t'ais little modern w on W an 1 what your neighbors say sa v.iM con-' thf skepMe. The n larT.iT.t THE RPMEUM S. TONIGHT! TOMICHT! CltAMi MINSTKKL HitST IWIIT !" Kr.tl'- (:;'; C'Tp.:i T!.e V :: i-!'.ii ; ..- V r.t: f;.4- J. W. WINTON ND Mi.lNTY.. . !; ...: N.n. I r Kv. r :: A.i. Di:i:vrrss and iii:uh t..;-!.! by :-i. L;ir.C!t.tj I In Th :r Ua fr:fc-.:.al Uac-Tir..- " m . mm -thi: cui:au or sornmv ToNimii:: tonic.htv Lm i-:;?"r. II A M ! l.TU N 1111. I II Mll.TUN HILL. The t.:r-1 .:h T am. I'?.;;:;. - i:ND I IIYUON Ju ; -i In Or.' -f Th .t O; OC. rrl. I:: an !:' il ar ::;. JACK i:niv Or.c'.r.il A.t ..11 l.v 11; wnor. r.Lc;; :..uv ai;i: vin-e t!.i:.:i:i -:r.bf of citizens is tht pr. f that co.-s with evcrv b f lK.m.s It w ! Kb!:ievi l rral Ad:a. ;::.;- . an 1 l..u! ri fr litl ! i'.u. 1".-. It. :! C:,.;rj . . 1 J ! Mr. W. r. William of thi city. it ph'n- a light-hus keeper, and h- '-' l' " MM wmmmmm this p.is'.tlivji for the lav. ymr. Hcj m t - . say.: "i w for a numb. r of : r,.i Com menciii Monday, November 4, one of that nururroa army of ;- p;e! m who sutler with tle-'.r back. Mincj ached and p.Uncd rae to no mall c tent. si that I w.is clad when I hird of a remedy for it. D un's llacka.hej II JJ f IW v rVr nnfl Kidney Pill. 1 ittalnol s.im f th, at thrt Ho!lis:cr Dnig Oi.' s:.r. and I tk them. They cav m zt-M r-' lief, and I make? thi s!nrt narra"..n of my xperi n c f'er b-:: of o;!ers !in ;erha; b n. k;i -.v ti:" nisirly il back.u !i ari.e fr :.i ta- kldnexs. ami the l..-: m-h. in- ' k I i Duns Iti.ka.he Kilruy IV.N." D.jan's I!ak.ii!j Kidney .". cents per l. ftr a! by gists: s.nt by mail a ret . by the'Ho'.llstcr Dr ig C.. on Accor.vr ir Tin: iimny wi:tiii:i: or it sai.i: or Ribbons Laces WILL CONTINUE ANOTHER WEEK, AT THE TEMPLE OF AS mm Is tan tls. acent for th IMS APPOINT. Ml INT. L'ng P.e.irded Party i. i.ujt.if je-lmeas tai k l on walli Wliit tur kind of a beast l t!il Museum Attendant Tint i m :-pu-. sir. Long Iteird-d piri C..a: Thtt little thing? all dr i:-' f i ne ri Prb l'v 4r.4 V Pr Ya:-1 ll .to! il l.S t. f It .ntifiiri.AIn CAPI. ff .M WrjlUt U I ll ' iv Hawaiian . v .ir. Ji;ji I-ndfl by lb" Autral;. rrt Iir. of ltibbin. foitnr p:U ZZc. m-v'A r rr yiii rirt Un f I-a. ftimr ':Icr lr. r-r at- Zr. r!ut4 t -c prr 3 aj- ldlrV IMt at t UidU Shirt 4!:. nt lOcrxci U-id;-V Collar J. At lcxc t;inchami. at r at4 for I X-t. Kino Liunv nl ZOyxnl tar I LOO lr Ciirtalr.j. at lUlf trlr Uid;eV tar;!rrhifl!. at 5 ferine A l-eatitltul rjjanf to luy too4 at wry lorn- t Uk at !!. Tea? c r.jhin. t:suu nir. Mnd. Notcrat- r w - 54. PAtJU. Mataiter. Will Drive Mosquitoes Away. WILLIAMS MICTHODS. Cures the Bites! Brings Comfort! B enson, Smith & Co LIMITED- Fort and Hotel Streets. Irtoimolhuillu Tobacco (Bo.. Ltd. IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND MANILA Q(&AR SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Fi; ic Grades of Smoking Tobacco. Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu. The Kaisor Deterniineil to C.irry Dm Naval Program. HICRL1N. Oct. 2ft. It is :ssmH.I iu quarters usually reliaMo that Ilmpfrar William is the s:le moving spirit in the new naval programme. The pres ent agitation was uiulrrtaUcn wit limit first consulting the iiumlesraih ami really against the wishes of that loily. The Emperor's spee h at H imhurg on the occasion of the launching of the new battleship Kaiser Karl tier tlrosse was designed, it is suM. not, only tn criticize the Reichstag, hut to censure the IJumlesrath. which has not fallow ed his majesty's urging, particularly T.avaria and Wnrteaiburg. whose rep resentatives in the Federal Council have hitherto opposed the Kai-r . navai ammtions. His majesty, still accjrdinc t l!i same informant, intends t; crush out all opposition in lo:h Ilundesrath and Reichstag by a great popular agitation set on foot by the inspired article pub lished yesterday by the Norddeutsehe Allgemeine. Zeinmg. asserting that Ad miral von Tirpitz. Secretary tf the Navy, has received the Kniperrr's sanc tion to project an eiwrmon increase f the navy. The Imperial Chancellor. Prince von llohenbdie. is said to very indignant. (Israel CONTAINS NOTHING INJURIOUS NOT 0AOE OY THE TRUST. lag Carriage, Wagon and Truck PEPAIRINC, PAINTING. TRIMMING AND MANUFACTURING oo IfOFlNE HORSESHOEING a rcU!t. Agency of the Rubber TireLWheel Co. Hawaiian Carriage M'f'g Co., qui: kn sti:kki nkak fokt. V V ii IL ii li jll y Mar We are devoting this month to closing out the remnants of the Egan stock. Among Hie articles remaining in Ithe Egan Stock a few FINE STAPLES, such as: are S A MOAN 1NTKRKST. and Large, New Stock JAPANESE : AND : CALIFORNIA : GOODS! STRAW HATS, all latest styles. If we do not have vour size we can make you a Straw Hat of anvlaml Secretary of State w T nrrn QimnW nf RnncrVi Strfiir on finnfl " views of influential Senators with r f J O 1. A 1 Washinston Will Watch Closely Move Cantionjly. WASHINGTON. Oct. 25. Until fur ther Informed of the atlitmle of Great Britain on the German proinisitlon to partition the Sanioan Islands among three powers signatory to the IWIin treaty, it is prooable that secretary Hav will not make a categorical reply. Final action certainly will not be taken bv this Governmont until the PreMent unuerstand the TOKCHOKX !..t:KS. VALKNTIKN XKS I.Ai'KS, KCl.T LAfKS. 15 Cents A YAUD. NOKVKA i:n: 1:I:A1I. in atif.u--liailc ;inl tlc. lan" xr to 7-Vt. a yail now o:r?rTN at 15 Cents. Jo pitMv- of LA 'K. -2 anl in-lic-wiilr. w 1 1 i I it Iat vanI- fr . 1 Cent A YARD. Prices, lowest in the city. . Isoshima, HAT MANUFACTURER. GENTS' FURNISHINGS. KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke. .by Carriages THOSE HAVE ARRIVED AT THE ity Fmraittuire Store, H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager. Love Building, 534-536 Fort St erence to tho proposed disposition of the islands. In the meantime then is no inten tion on tlio part of tho administration to ho pushed into hasty notion by rumors of trouble In Samoa and the re port emanating from Herman soun. that for the surrender of her rights in the islands of TtiU'lla and Savall Or- many should bo uiven possession ofi Upolu and additional compensation. It was significantly stated to-day that the President proposed to careful ly guard every u.urest of the lnltd States in Tutuila in view of American possession of the harbor of Pago P.ipo on that Island by this Government, and to require adecpnto comiensation for the surrender of American claims to the islands of lpdu and Savali. YY.WW. mTTiS 5 Cents A DOZbN. 5 Cents. i.aiii: in-ii.T ii.k iiMi: sri-. P(i:ti:i:s 15 Cents A PAIR. ANH MANY iiTIIKi: .SMAI.I. AKTliiXS Hi WHMI WE IIAVK NOT HAD nPPnirn XITY To HI T SlMj lAK ATTKXTHiX. not at issn:. Firest Lawyer yn are a .-'i m; .cul.t Second lawyer You ;:r. a ll.ir and a blackguard! The Court ts-jftlyi Come, gentle men, lets get ir.vn :u,- p.sp:i:ei points of the case. WGuItmiey $k Mar Ltd TELEPHONE 46: RESIDENCE. 849.