chiya &co.i ACE
A KK NW TAKINi! ORDBM F 'it
A I.I. KINDS OF
IN Hfl.K OH LINKS.
For th- holiday. and tin. Or.iwri Work
made ly th-ir Japan.-- artist. Send
yoor order now, an lntr In the season
will h busy that will b unab!.' to
Fin. II n- of
Why do you
sit calmly and
just let your
hair all fall
out or get
gray and do
stop it? Is
sense? Not a
hit of it. No
need of losing
your hair in this way. And
there is no need of your look-
old before your time,
now on th'
INI) SKK I H
Tomer Nuuanu and
Hotel Street. Tel.
boa Oiif Hi
it the footl
hair mav he
WUIN I SAT
"t give th subject a negative
fht, aa I attend to tb negative
there la wlMrt the moet successful pho
I will get a food negative, a good
print, and a good mount, and you will
a good photograpn.
1 1 always
res ton s
color to gray or faded hair.
Your hair may have all the
dark, rich color of early life.
Then why not have it so ?
Prtp trri ky Dr. J. C. Aycr a Co., L.wll. Matt., U. S. A.
r--rfe TUP c A CUIAH! A DI CC JT f.
HOLLISTKB DRUG CO.
J . . . . c . j J J J.J St .1
J. J. WILLIAMS
F. O. Bot
A. fine line of same,
Hax ust been opened up
J by the
. OUR ITOR11 you'll find
wr r rtl. 1. 1 particularly suited f
HI SI 11 1
THESE WARM DAYS ):
ONE OP OUR
Made in all llnishes. We havi
iirect and alternating current
! better Ventilator madn. t , ,
1 amine them at
' Phone Main 350.
11 A r!krkVT r..
- W V V
Pr Ex Diamond Head, acAr. ft
and B. B. Sutton, Tlx.: Blast -ax
4 - - "!-.. T. . J 1 1 ni j -at
Hat a Capa, G. P. Capo, Fuaa ait
; ed Cartridge; a large asaortmeat
Shears, Cane Knives, X-Cnt
On . V, V- MTV J a v
uuvwaw XVU1TVS. TT Uil3WMII J3I
i. j . eaua e a: umu AJl U6Jt, rA..
Gasoline, Benzine and TorpeatlM
AJee Agents for
PANBY COOKING STOVaM
QATB CTTT WATER FILTlgA
VICTOR 8AFE c LOCK CO
Aermotor Windmills, the 'best t
aiills ever come to this coumtry;
r jf if gr . g? it r if st r T T
geaaagaa tin. ai
ftaagy fur packing.
i, wood and etaaa
bandy e eat Uttl
tiAgKKTg for aarrying baara
waad kBjSJg xper1enea.
f '-.Mgj y.ui 4on't buy taa
a. but It's of neat raloa te r
tait knowing how to pack anaaia
as U Insure safe arrival, no breakae
M less whether transported see
italne on pack saddle or eani4 t
leekar of . our yaeht.
Lewis & Go.,
111 Fort Street
Castle & Cooke,
LIFE and FIRE
AOENT8 r n
v. have been selling th famous
Giving complete satisfaction In
hundreds of Honolulu homes.
Always pleased to talk and show
Kroeger Instruments. If you are
Interested, whether ready to buy
or not, come In. Other standard
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
nil Mb ft
ARI8, S-it. 7. This is the season
of the year when the ultra-elegantes,
not content with the
bounties which accepted Fashion has
showered upon them, desire new and
special models, a little different and in
advance of the more well known ones
to be created for them. The dressmak
ers are not slow to respond to such re-'iuirem-nts,
with the result that new
ideas are constantly brought out, and
it is the feminine contingent of the
dramatic world particularly who are
the first to profit by the latest devices
of th(' great couturiers. A beautiful
gown is Just completed by Doucet and
will ! worn by a successful young
actress who will p&SCg the "ingenue"
role In one of the coming new plays.
The gown is delightfully dainty and
ghrtMl in spite of the short train which
nioarns it appropriate for evening wear
at Casino gatherings or social even
ings, as w;ll as for uses which will out
live the summer.
The skirt has a foundaMon of white
taffeta which Is shaped close to the
figure and flares gradually from the
knees downward and extends suddenly
from a point about twenty centimeters
from the hem. This flare Is effected by
the deep ruftle of pleated white taffeta
and also by the two ruffles of white
Chantflly tull- embroidered with silk
polka ilots and eloooly pens ted The en
tire foundation is covered with this
tuli-. which is caught, into narrow
tucks around the hips for the purpose
of dose adjustment below the waist
line, and veiling lhj silk in light folds 'it is a white Neapolitan trimmed with
whic h are caught at the knees into four pink roses and foliage,
full puffs. The skirt closes in the back I
and the placquet Is hidden under the
train piece of cream colored taffeta ar- I Ul
tlstically painted with sprays of pink ! dressmaking and millinery field
roses and green foliage. The back
forms a double box-pleat falling uncon
flned to the hem of the skirt and Is un
lined and finished only with a deep hem
at the sides and below. The tight
bodice of white taffeta is covered with
dotted Chantilly tulle fulled to effect a
blouse and held below the bust by a
deep belt of rose-colored faille veiled
with rose colored niousseline de soie
and closing in front under a chou of
the same mousseline. The rose faille
is shaped and boned with the bodice
and the draper at mousseline de soio
is (aught with a hidden stitch now
and then to simulate the folded belt.
This inevitable bolero is likewise seen
in this creation. Tt is made of "rose
sprigged" taffeta like that of the train
and is bordered with a flounce of fine
white 'hantilly lace. A novel feature
is the wide shoulder collar of taffeta,
likewise edged with a lace ruffle, as are
also the short, tight and unlined sleeves
f taffeta, which reach hardly to the el
hows, and are finished with a tiny
saucer cuff of taffeta. There is a high
unlined stock of folded rose colored
moosecUnc de soie with a rosette and
jabot of the same material in front.
Long white silk gloves are worn with
this toilette, and the hat that matches
Gold galloons braid and embroidery .
play an important part in the
is long I
as the fad for "gilding" lasts. Doucet j
is the author of a model which brings
this new mode of decoration into play !
in a most effective as well as artistic
Rgflwr. The gown is a demi-toilette
of practical value, as by the omission
of a guimpe and sleeves of ochre gui
pure it may be transformed into a con
ventional ball gown. The skirt is of
khaki colored satin cut circular and fit
ting smoothly over the hips and back,
where the fullness is acquired by the
bias slant of the seam. The flare below
is attained by a deep flounce of rich
ochre guipure appliqued In Irregular
undulations with a fitted band of em
broidery done with gold thread and
studded with simili turquoises and dia
monds. Additional fullness is given by
a pleating of satin under the lace and
supporting it. The bodice has a blouse
of ochre guipure over a foundation of
khaki satin and is deeply decollete and
edged around the decolletage with gold
embroidery. A corselet of gold cloth
edged with gold embroidery confines j
the waist line, and bands of the same I
embroidery form the shoulder straps, j
tor less dressy wear a yoke and tight
sleeves of unlined ochre guipure are
worn, and the design of the- lace is out
lined with gold thread.
roe above articles moat be salt
. t - t-. -r ssaa jshsw i i
call and examine for youreelL
HAWAIIAN HABDWAB1 CO.,
NO. SOT PORT ST.,
' OPPOSITE 8PRECKEL8' 1AJ
Well, now there's the
You know you'll need ice; you
It's a necessity in hot weather.
believe you are anxious to get that
we'd like to supply you. Order frosi
The Oahu Ice
and Electric Co
Hoffman & Mark ham,
Telephone S151 Blue. Postofflee Bci
CONTRACT LET FOR 'RICHARDS STREET
THE GREAT PUMPS TO BE FINISHED
The Oahu Plantation Orders , Street Department Doing Ac-
l wo jmx Mil ion Gal
tive Work all Over
Iffi lift MM GOIWfif
THE CITY OFFICE OF TIP
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.
s In the Magoon Building. Room 1. cor
ner JbfVrrhan. and Alakea Street.
Telephone Main SM.
Dairy Telephone: nine 3171.
A. B. DOAK. Manager.
(.KNTS loTiiiv; made to order
on abort notice, and perfect flt guaran
teed. e07 hCTEL STREET.
Till: Mi-T.Tiri.K TALKING MA
CHINE COMPANY, of WASHING-1
Ti N, I (' . desires to arrange with aj
i ipal.l.' m;tn t.) act as manager for taWl
Hifwiiliui M;mds in th- Introduction
of the OOM HER MULTIPLEX
throughout this Territory. ?:it'sfactory j
mpensAtion can be assured to the
rimht man. and the opportunity Is one J
nol often met with. Highest r-f-Ten . s
as to character will be required, and 1
applicants expected to b-.-come Interest-'
ed In stock of the ."'Hnpany to a moder- j
ate extent. Anyone desiring full par- j
titulars as to patents, specifications,
ban will address Its representative, L.
H. CRAVES, per Watkikl Inn, or this
ofTlc, until October lHh,
i H. A. Allen, general western repre
sentative of. the Eraser & Chalmers
I Company of Chicago, before leaving on
-the Australia secured the contract for
; supplying the Oahu plantation with
1 6.000,000 gallon Reidler pumps of the
! most improved pattern. This is a large
. contract ami one of the most important
givrn in the last few months. The
, pumps will be located underground in
: th- manner of mining pumps. The
i boiler plant will be located on the sur
The order tor the pumps will be left
with the main office of the company
when Mr. Allen makes his visit on his
I present trip. The specifications have
been made up, the general design ac
j eepted, and work on the construction
j of the pumps will be commenced at an
BE SURE THAT YOUR NAME IS ON
Book and job work infghe higkest art.
9Zcutd at short notice, at the GA
Concert at Kamehameha.
The Amateur Orchestra will give a
Concert at the Kamehameha
gymnasium on Tuesday evening nest
instead of holding its regular weekly
rehearsal. The students of both the
sehool for boys and the school for girls
will be Invited to attend. The Orches
tra will meet as usual and go out to
the school in a bus from the rehearsal
Commissioner of Streets Campbell
will soon begin the work of completing
the macadamizing of Richards Btreet.
The United States Government has let
the contract for the curbing around the
Naval Reservation at the foot of Rich
ards street and with this in position the
street in that vicinity can soon be put
In good condition.
Today a force of men will be pl.:Cfd
on the widening of King street through
Palama near the properly owned by ex
Queen Liliuokalani. The street is to
be widened by sixteen feet on the ina
uka side at that point and a strip will
also be taken off the makai side.
The Pauoa valley road is nearing
completion and work is progressing on
the new Pali road, about fifty feet or
more being finished daily by the force
of men which It at work there. !iliha
Btreet which has been badly torn up is
now being put in shape after the work
done in laying theeewer. The patching
gang is also at work along the WaikiUi
'ad, and is doing good work there.
The stone crusher has been sent out
to the vicinitv of the new hrldmi i.t
K.ltVll t. . ..... .,,,,1 ' ...:n . . . - I
tcnooT 7,ying thp foundation for that ri
REGISTER NOW! AT ONCE!
, For sprains, swellings and lameness
there is nothing so good an Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. Try it. For sale bv
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., wholesale
i REGISTER TODAY WITHOUT FAIL
People tainted with scrof
ula very often develop con
sumption. Anemia, running
of the car, sc.-Jy crupUons,
imperfect d igestion, and
enlargement and brcaRing
down of tl -: glnnds cf the
neck, zrz soma ? (he more
promir.er-t oi scrofula symp
toms sre toreruftftars o? con
sumption. These conditions
can be ar-:c?kd, cnrraimption
prevented end health re
stored by ffec early use of
DON'T ALLOW disgusting sta'.M
dandruff on your hair ar d elothlng
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer eftetti
' prompt and permanent cure for
I diseases of the scalp; it renovatet
nair ana is cooi ana rerresrr.ng vji
head. It prevents that burning
Your doctor will tc'i you so.
L At all artror'A : oc. rl $i.,
SCOTT & ;WMC. Cr Ni
ssssusji -wrrsnrcr sjsm watfmm eaw-r
ausae ye jMSswvye-. et.
QL J. Waller
: : Man" '
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, BEP
tember 1. 190. Dr. "Wayson will be at
bis new office and residence, Beretania
treet. nearly opposite the Methodist
church. Office hours 10 a. m. to S p. m.,
and 8:30 to 7:30 p. m. Telephone Main
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
. J. NOLTE : : t : : Proprl
Fort 8t.. Opp. Wllder 4 Co
Rrst Class Lunchs Serve
With Tea. Coffee, Soda Water. Gl
Ale or ..tilk.
Open from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Smokers' Requisites a Speclalt
Only the highest grade of RED
BER Is used In the btamps r.. " "
the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
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