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1 i X r. rOI-TRT. i 3E eanv 2 rorvhftflV 1 I VI I wwUJ possesses some piece of furni ture endeared to them perhaps u heirlooms, or by associa tions connected with the past sr present Tbey have been relegated to tie cellar or the attic, much inst your will perhaps, but !hey looked out of place amid tie newer, smarter furniture. Tnfy were so comfortable, so cosy and convenient, too, but they had to goaThey wouldn't fetch MtWS at actlon lf ,oj cared to sell. et us Try our on Them. o m o o 15 o We have unusual facilities j I for ENOVATING STORING EARING And a i IPBOiTERIHG. i A Few Dollars will prove a g pod investment. The Price j Will be Right WE GUARANTEE THE WORK. o . uopp & to.? The Leading , I Furniture Dealers. U . i prithee tell me. gentle youth, Nhat is the use of poi?" i inVm0Bt inius replied with sinful leer- women, an of thei ;m. smear poi upon their hair. I ' tm.T,1168 " Sm0th and glossy' a beauty and a joy, I 11 buy you some if you should choose' -he was k na,htv hv Jh?!00!1"!? Shvfd a qUarter to that enterprising lad. Who ran and bought a nickel's worth-oh, he was really really bad! Jehf;'e,, " l the maiden and she took it to her room. Where she added to the taro-paste a trifle of perfume. And then she soft applied the stuff unto each wavy lock clTck) inStanUy rem&rked '!!-!?!' (her language stopped the ' A sadder, wiser schoolmarm is searching town today For a most obnoxious little boy who haunteth not her way. H. M. AYRES. . : ! ! ' I i i CUPID AND THE MOON ARE BUSY (Continued from Page 1.) A rumor which could not be verified was to the effect that three more wed dings are on tapis before the sailing of the transport tomorrow afternoon, and it was observed that several of the most attractive young schoolma'ams 'gers had a splendid opportunity to par j take of old-time Honolulu hospitality, j I Ice cream and cake were served during . the evening. Manager Allen of the Hawaiian Ho I tel entertained about 100 couples from . ' the transnnrt Thomtia lacf n-torVit Harr ! ing being the principal form ol amijs' j ment. The dance was preced4d""0y a J delightful dinner, during which Solo ; mon's Hawaiian quintet club played, : singing Hawaiian songs. The dancing was enjoyed by those present, all of whom had their first taste of dancing to Hawaiian music. The lanais were prettily lighted and the young school ma'ams -appeared to advantage in their light, airy, dainty evening gowns. ARE MIGRATING were busily engaged in shopping yes- TFAtPHFP WHO terday, the supposition being that the " L.rVl ILIXJ r v t J purchases were towards a hasty trous seau. Anent the matter of school teachers and their migration to the Philippines, several other things have developed. It The complete list of passengers is said that the Government is not in- aboard the Thomas, which arrived yes- Luiuteu uawMw pians ui a great many terday morning en route to Manila, contains about 528 names. The clerks of the voyagers it is transporting to its new possessions, and that if it were some of the engagements probably would be cancelled. There are those among them who de clare themselves to have started on trips around the world, the start being, made at the expense of the Govern- are making up a new list by States, which will be more convenient to those in Honolulu who may have friends on board. This list is to be published in a paper to be edited and printed on board the steamer. The tro ncnirt nnapJamiQctiar'o lict ic ment; a few months teaching and the - ,. , -2-.lrr-.. I. follows: Books of the Summer TUP r-TlTr.Tr. DlT T-- ... TV t, EBF.V Urn mjiuUEtJX. UAU TT . SO SILVER SKULL. THE OCTOPUS. e above u . ntrti.i . uai V i ffi&ny new books to be found " v shelves. Pi NICHOLS CO., Ltd. LINE OF v Manley and White Shirts IN ies; hose, Suspenders Underwear. UTS, a rrr . derail t . U1 TQQ ,u Trunks and Va- xcuse of illness will enable them to resign their positions and continue their tour, or to return via transport at the commissary rates, the better off by a trip of some 8,000 miles and the experiences en route. There is one lady of reputed wealth on board, hailing from Pennsylvania, who has stated that she will remain only a couple of months in the Philip pines, at the expiration of which time she will be invalided and return home, the trip being the only object of her venture. Another couple make tio secret of their intention of doing the same thing, as they have found their quiet domestic tranquillity in the States somewhat mo notonous and desire a vacation; the plan acted upon will afford them a long and inexpensive outing, and will widen their scope of travel to an ex tent that will elevate them to great im portance in the eyes of their less shrewd neighbors at home. The vaccination regulation was the cause of some pillkia on the vessel. The pretty schoolma'ams objected seriously to having their arms mutilated by the lugly scars, and protests were neara :from all sides. Some of them declared that they would not be vaccinated, and were promptly threatened by Captain Buford with close confinement on board ship when the Thomas reached ! Honolulu. This caused some or tnem j to consent, and once started the vacci I nation became general, the hospital corps being kept very busy among the five hundred and twenty passengers. The ladies, however, for the most part, refused to bare their arms to the surgeon, and presented Instead their feet, the vaccine being injected just above the ankle. This arrangement, though removing the fears of the fair ones as to the future in the matter of decollette gowns, developed another feature that they had not thought of. Within a day or so the promenade deck was thronged with limping school ma'ams. and the steamer chairs were iiHUfl hv the more seriously affected lones, the serumized feet, carefully bound up, resting on cigar-nouwu V" lows. . . All the passengers on board naa Deen Carlisle P. Winslow, Miss M. A. Ander son, Mrs. J. H. Whitaker and child, T. W. Bowler, Miss Beth Brenlzer, J. L. Da vis, J. J. Eaton, Mrs. G. E. Garbutt, Mrs. C. M. Gandy, W. S. Irey, J. D. Lucey, Jas. F. Scouler, Jas. S. Warren, F. Van Nuys, R. E. Stallings , Irving Needham, D. C. Montgomery, D. Carson, A. J. Mc Kellow, Miss E. M. Brinton, Miss M. E. Pringle, J. H. Whitaker, W. K. Batch elder, J. A. Coiliss, J. F. Daniel, Mrs. J. J. Eaton, G. E. Garbutt, G. L,. Hall, J. E. Kirtland, W. R. Rosecrans, E. G. Tur ner, F. P. Wagg, Otbo Atkin, T. W. Thompson, A. R. Hager, Miss E. A. Hoyles,' P. D. Neilson, M ss N. M. Burke, Dr. N. T. Ud Deen, U. S. A.; Mrs. L. T. De Rackin and child, J. D. De Huff, J. M. Gambill, C. M. Gandy, R. L. Heln del, Mrs. J. E. Kirtland, Miss Florence Read, Mrs. A. B. Vaugh, and two chil dren, W. S. Dakln, C. H. Magee, B. L. Stafford, S. K. Mitchell, W. A. Kepner, C. H. Covell, Mrs. P. D. Neilson, W. S. Davis, wife, and five children, G. W. Moore, C. F. Carstons, I. R. Welling ton, W. C. Sparks, Thos. J. Taylor, C. H. Hanlin, L. C. Guernsey, wife and two chil dren, D. C. Fisher, R. F. Smith, H. Get schell, E. B. Christie, O. S. Medlar, W. J. Scruton, P. L. Sergeant, Miss Daisy Usher, Wm. C. Heaton, J. W. Dolby, C. A. McClure, C. S. Banks, Rud Zumstein, Geo. Grissler, V. E. Miller, E. E. Latson, N. C. Smith, Mrs. H. A. Parkin, D. R. Perkins, Geo. W. Gannon, W. D. Hobbs, Rex W. Wells, C. E. Steele, O. H. Boll man, E. H. Buttles, J. P. Hayes, C. M. Melon, C. D. Behrens, T. D. Anglemey er, M C. Knight, R. Stockton, R. E. Corlett, D. McL. Kirby, R. E. Schneid er, A. H. Wagner, Mrs. P. L. Sergeant, J. B. Kirkpatrick, A. M. Sanborn, G. B. Farrow, P. A. Fillmore, Walter Gillam, H. E. Bell, H. E. Guyer, G. W. Batter- thwalte, Wm. A. Lewis, Ed Williams, C. S. Lorentzen, H. H. McKee, C. W. Franks, J. F. Stalnnard, ' Mrs. R. W. Wells, Mrs. C. E. Steele, A. J. Brogan, H. Cannaway, C. M. Moore, Miss E. W. Mitchell, Arthur Powell, H. E. Cutler, F. Ij. Hayford, Mrs. R. Stockton, 1. O. Bak ken, H. L. King, J. W. Cheeseborough, W. H. Leek, Miss Minerva Udell, Miss Lucy Mount, F. B. Sawyer, A. F. East man, B. E. Ingersoll, R. C. Wells, Mrs. E. E. Bell, C. H. Gordon, R. J. Teall, Gilbert Sellers. H. A. Parkin, Geo. N. Briggs, Mrs. H. H. McKee, Wm. A. Free man, H. H. Douglass, B. K. Daniels, Joseph Smith, Wm. E. Morris, E. M. Wil cox rs. K. iNeai, Miss Hiupnemia rasion, DRAPERY SALE Great Reductions Only One Week! A large line of Figured Art Denims, Flowers and Oriental effects. Just Opened about 50 pieces. You can make jour selection at 12 Cents a Yard. A full line of Figured Silkolme, 36 inches wide, at 123 Cents a Yard. Ribbons! Ribbons! Did you see our display of fancy Ribbons, all silk, 4 to 5 inches wide, at 15 Cents a Yard? PAeiFie import eo PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET, NEW GOODS Just Received from the Coast a Fresh Stock of of GENTLEMENS' NECKWARE, BELTS, and SOCKS. Groif Shirts, new line, all colors ' .50c K. isoshim King Street, above Bethel. terminus of the electric road leading up Pacific Heights. Dr. Sereno Bishop will also make an address on the geological formation of this Island and the eruptions and for mations of the extinct volcanoes, Dia mond Head and Punchbowl. A cordial invitation is extended to all teachers and the public generally. After K.plmg. Four hundred school teachers, en route to the Philippines, arrived on the Thomas. Certainly also is Uncle Sam mad, but this thing well I know If he who scourged you te minded to teach you, to his red schoolhouse go; Go, and carry your shoes in your hand and wear your head on your breast. For he who did not slay you in sport, he will not teach you In jest. vaeeinated before the arrival at this w G. Chapman, P. F. King, C. McDon iort of the Thomas, and, this plliWa ald, H. C. White J F Connolly C R. heine- over the rest of the voyage wm , liancron, . a.u. . ,Deing oer, me irai i Fnrrar. Jr.. E. F. Deacon. J. H. perhaps be calmer, as to w"" ' ByeHev, C. A Peabody, J. A. Fairchlld, Captain Buford. however, lsvsom ! j' h Jenkins. Miss Maud Flint, F. G. perturbed as to the two or three ee& Behmer w. H. McCall, W. R. Hubbard, yet left of the voyage, andtheir devei- j Migg Jessie Brown H. A. Tash, Wm. H. opments. There are still several threat- Badgerj Mlss Bessie Taylor, Miss A E. ening cases of matrimony on board, Boe Mrg B K Daniels, S. P. R. Thom which though not sufficiently develop- as j L. McMillan, Miss N. L Hill, O. rt to furnish a fee for some local min- j L. Neal. G. W. Felton, E. C. Wagoner, ea to lurnwn ' before the N. Klchenberg, Miss J. M. Newton, ister, will probably come up ; i , nrlfv. MIss v L. Herrlck. T. H. captain within a we Tr . il Miss mIUi Coril, Wm. A. w r r r n n uui'uui , - - Buck C- H. Goddard. T. De i.aguna, Miss L. R. Rogers, Miss May B. Curtis, Priestly, Miss Mary B. Crans, T. P. E. R. Hay, Frank E. Force, Robert Price, C. Bondurant, Ray Hofell, Miss Vaille, W. W. Cocn, Miss Geneva Stev- G. McVenn, F. Abbott, O. C. Lewis, R. j enson. Miss Lois Wilkinson, Miss Alice E. Monague, Miss Anna C. Day, Horatio : M. Magoon, David P. Sullivan, H. E. S. Smith, F. A. Pitcher, Miss Adeline j Thomas, S. S. Dent, C. M. Luther, N. W. Knapp, Miss F. B. Bruestgruen, Wm. Cameron, Mrs. W. H. Millington and two K. Spencer, J. M. Shilling, Miss L. j children, Miss Mary H. Mitchell, R. W. Bryan, R. E. Blackney, A. R. Eastman, Taylor, Mrs. S. L. McVey, S. S. McVey, Miss C. Pfortner, T. H. Edwards, Mrs. ; Miss M. A. Lawton, J. G. Embree, Mrs. R. P. Gleason, Mrs. C. H. Maxon and two 1 Simpson, C. Calhoun, T. H. Wedge, Miss children. Miss Sarah Anls, Miss D. Ma- Mary McClellan, Albert Heppert, A. L. chado, T. J. Donovan, J. B. Gagberg, ! Small, Miss Mary Bynum, J. J. Solhaug, Miss E S. Parker. W. W. Rodwell. H. H. : H. N. Cole, C. I. Halsey. Miss Ella John- ji,.,, Shelton, J. A. McReynolds, Miss H. son, Miss A. E. Hann, Roy Reger, P. T. j ship-s officer, who has been here be- Bowles, W. D. Potter, A. J. Bailey, W. Gilbert, H. H. Balch, E. A. Smith, Mlss:fore. "Holokus Miss- holokus " A. Gallup, H. W. Roberts, Miss G. P. j E. B. Wood, H. D. Giddlngs. C. B. Pal-j ..No lndeed, they're Mother Huobards. a nomas, j. n. i. crown, n.. ni. w eosier, mer, jonn uaramw, miss Daisy vogei, j know what they are, I'm sure." "But they're not Mother Hubbards they're holokus don't look anything like a Mother Hubbard at all." "Oh, I guess I know what a dress Is when I see it and I know a Mother Hub bard, too. I should think they'd be ashamed to wear them on the street." The officer subsided. Heard on the Transport Thomas. School ma'am just returned from an hour's inspection of Honolulu: "All the women here wear Mother Hubbard's H. B. Ferijald, C. E. A. Walton, H. J. Hugh S. Mead, A. Grossman, H. Hawkins, Mrs. J. M. Shilling. Miss E. G. : Swain, Miss A. H. Carter, F. E. Braucht, Parker, Miss N. M. Paddock, Mrs. A. R. C. Derbyshire, Jas. Dudley, E. P. Thomp Eastman, Miss Julia Park, E. J. Albert- son, N. C. Abbott, R. D. Epps. R. E. son. Miss W. M. Redfield, W. J. Cush- I Whiting, J. M. Read, Miss Blanche JLur man, Ed C. Roberts, H. B. Fleece, Miss ton, B. F. Moore, E. B. Sanford. Miss Cora E. Fay, C. C. Tarbox, Miss L L. Elizabeth Liddell, R. B. Curley, W. M Donnelly, H. L Priestly, M. P. Fitzger- , Carruth, F. Robertson, G. W. O'Brien, aid, Mrs. W. W. Rodwell, G. H. Wright, j Frank R. Adams, Robert L Moon, Mrs. C. E. Baker, Miss Anna Dunlap, Mrs. J. j Mary S. Cole, L. C. McConochie, Jesse W. Ryland, C. B. Collins, E. F. Coyle. ; E. Tarbell, Percy C. Giles, Allen Gard, . i Ha a niiotlal may be up to nun - - or two. A. K. Hitchcock, P. L. Laughrey, J. H. Evans, T. C. Randall, D. D. Spear, C. J. Ross, Miss Helen Freeman, Sam A. Miller, A. V. Dalyrimple, Miss L. G. L. A. Lyman, A. N. Small, C. E. Putnam, Miss E. Gray, L. H. Bonnelli, P. C'. Jack, Stella Price, Miss E. K. Vogel. Miss S. A. Tichenor, K. H. Hammond, Miss G. G. Miss A. B. Pearson, P. M. Gravatt, T. A Gamble, Miss L. A. Glendennen, Miss R M. Oldfield, Mrs. W. R. Hubbard, Geo. V Morrill Miss Lettle E. Foley, Mrs. . Wm H. Badger and two children, H. L 1 -n n 1 l. T TT T1-.T TT . Kverett, Mrs. n. onann, jr. n. m. Hill, Geo. E. Walk, Miss Mabel Spicer, OUSe MiSS E. M. MUrUOCK, J-. c nwuimmiaj, T W. Gilkyson, G. W. Caulklns, Mrs. Newton, Wm. A. Schwindt, Wm. B. Burt, x v Freldel. Miss Myrtle Dever, J. F. Gillan, Jere Turpin, T. E. Dennis, Joel WATERHOUSE RECEPTION i s Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Wagjfo threw the doors of their colonial man sion on Nuuanu avenue wide open last . . i i ..,oHnn to about evening ana neia a vyj"- - T-rathawav, Geo. M. Palmer, John Dim- three hundred of the teachers irom j D Barry M5ss olive Breens, Miss Thomas The reception last- j M Faurote, Miss Ruth Cooper, C. E. Iran ort Thomas, i 1 Sonant G. A. Bond, G. W. St. Clair, Miss ed from 8 until 10 o'clock. The man ConanG a sion was brilliantly lighted ,.wh"eflotJ.! ! W Barnes. H. D. Brltan Mrs H. C rtf. -nrPtions were of the brilliant flow , vht c. Longest, Miss Julia Bousquet, devorat ons were artistically ; ; j M AbbTnU Miss K. L. Bassett, ! lSSt "he lanai. and Jg J T. Gladwin. MissFC. Bumng- tt ,a...BT- Mrs. Water- . ton. j. w. Johnson, w. n. eao, w. v. Uted in receiving their Dam0n. R. P. Gleason C H. Maxon, D. tTH Mrs A. B. Wood o. McGovney, ?. L R. Cameron. Ml,3 . i n n.,Mt i ni n iwt-u. . x. as tne k. cciuicm - - - T T Warwick, Frank Clapper, Mrs. R. D. Dincklnson, C. J. Anderson, Miss E. Mc- Epps, J. M. Krauss, H. C. Russell, J. B. Mullen, G. L. Masten, Luther Parker, Lawson, Miss E. L. Donaldson, Miss A. Mrs. H. E. S. Thomas, Mrs. N. O. Ab- drawing rooms , Jr.,.,, mipsts by Mrs. A , uuimiv" o - ,,tv w and Mrs. Spleker. .n- ir,mDthorne, S Kelshaw, Miss A L. Galpin. C. W Guerln, James M. Graham, Miss R. M. Hansom, J. C. Muerman, J. H. Wallace, Miss Susan Colton, E. E. Treadway, J. W. Miller, E. A. Coddlngton, A. B. An derson, Miss L K. Wllkins, E. E. Thomp son, Elliott Parker, W. Boudreaux, H. L. Noble, H. W. McCaully, Thos. W. iDale, Chas. A. Mize, Miss Fannie Wads Vorth, F. H. Stinchfield, Mrs. W. C. Sparks, Mrs. E. R. Dodds and child, D. J. D. Myers, Chas. W. Olsen, Mrs. H. C. Russell, John I. Harvey, Bailey Chan ey, G. Van Shaick. L. C. Hlgley, Miss Mary Krause, Lewis S. Thomas, Miss Lillian White, Harry S. Gray, W. L Sav ery, C. R. McKee, B. F. Ames, F. R Ryasi, Wm. H. Millington, Jas. H. Tate, O. S. Relmold, Miss Clara R. Donaldson, M:r-s Maud Martin, A L. Burnell, Miss B. Lincoln, B. E. Baker, P. F. Foss, Miss Anna M. Donaldson. B. N. Sullivan, W. W. Pettlt, Mrs. W. D. Hobbs, Mrs. E. J. Donaldson and two children, Chas. N bott. Miss L. H. Bryan, W. R. Matthews, B. N. Blakeslee, C. H. Simpson, V. E. Skiff, R. W. Adamson, Lloyd Goble, R. L. Kirk, P. W. Cooper, Loren H. Rock well, J. T. Frelln, P. P. Farnham, Jr., J. C. Knudson, Miss Maude L. Johnson, J. H. Finnegan, Gould J. Little, G. H. Bohner, W. A. Wedgeworth, Miss C. M. Gray, E. A. Wye, John McKenzle, J. L. Flske, Miss J. M. Tibblts, Robert S. Gray. Miss K. M. Young. Miss K. Bolton. W. H. Hall, E. J. Donaldson, J. R. Mit chell, Miss Mary E. Polly, Miss Allle Bryan, Miss Rose C. Bennett, Edward J. Murphy, C. B. Estler, H. H. Kenagy, AN EMBARRASSMENT. "I don't know what to do with all this money," said the practical politi cal worker. "What money Is that?" inquired the friend. "The boss gave me $10,000 to put where it would do the most good. I have over $6,000 left." "Give it back to him, of course. He will admire your honesty." "Yes. He may admire my honesty. But when he finds that I haven't plac ed more than $4,000, he won't think much of my efficiency.'' SIGNS OF VICTORY. Miss Pearl Gordon, Mrs. T. W. Thomp- j Dolan "Casy, the contractor, an' 'is wlfe'wor playin' croquet agin yistherday," said Mr. Rafferty. Who won the gamer' inquired Mr. son, Bart E. Thomas. Addresses to the Teachers. Mr. Alatau T. Atkinson, Territorial Superintendent of Public Instruction, will deliver an address to the teachers I dinnaw. But judgln' be the broken mallet thot cem flyin' over the fince an' the two big welts on Casey's brow, I s'd say the victor wor Casey's wife." Commissioner Hermann, of the Unit ed States Land Office, says th3t Texas W. Ford, Mrs. H. L . was Included in the Louisiana nur- Mullen, A. V. Smith, Wayne C. Mason, 1 Friday forenoon at 10 o'clock at the chase. I keynote of the evening a"" "