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THg PACIFIC COMMERfilAi. AJVKBTISKR; HONOLULU AUGUST 23 1901.
Hall the Scene
.t Rebekah Lodge No. 1,
. a lartre nuir
-,A the ha" Witn
" I.,handellers being hung with
jjjnia aim a srjciu
I. o. o.
. Hurrnnnv Hall rn
.j,gt nigni a. -
The ladies had prettily
BP6 . . .ii n ith flowers and
, and II
r re wa given the room by the
4Dd trailing greens,
rfdock some 200 gu
jyipp gaxton. Mjdip urana oi
oirnmed the visitors witn
term of court
A Policeman ta j j
itini hoodlums l"ere amons vla-
kariH ChZorfT V11?6 rUins of Kauma
Kapiu Church is being put m ordf-r hv
a big gang of convicts by
Mr. Haworth. of the Bulletin h,
torial staff, goes to H lo n it wi t
become editor of the Tribune WeV
Olive Branch No. 2, - Rebekah, A
Kive a social and dance at Hn-nonv
Hall next Thursday evening. August
tJ" 'rub,e. h occurred
and cordial words. An
M II . ...J. ?-,lll
t' 6if program iuiiowcu, "
driving demonstration of .ap-
wictmmental duet was
rj. executed by the Misses Dee
K'r g. Weedon gave a vocal nurn
F L Mather Mulier followed with
I .5)1 n and a pleasing guitar solo
. : I the Ewn nlon,., T" "rrea at
ests nad ar- i, " 'm"r'uu"' ine w who want.
wc nving backed down-and
Jnf,50mraissioners ag decided
"'.,'s,.mo.ney enough. There are no
.n.. a new team of horses if
r,f ? azette Outing Club, composed
of employes of the job department of
rhi aPer' wi" go to Walanae tomor
c.aP out over night there, and re
turn to town Sunday evening.
A farewell dinner was given at the
xl?ana 'A81 nieht to Mrs. K. Lahee, the
CJawson. her nieces, and Miss
rtrnith. of San Vr-mi.
. . H r T, , who arrived
Lanaa j ... uu me aierra, and will depart on the
r.-. very much appreciated. The Ventura
. . ..... r
"eports of five different houses at
I Makiki being robbed were sent In to
.the police Wednesday evening. Al-
"'7" vigilance and diligence was ex
ercised, no trace of the burglars has
Lp,cliei." presented by Mrs. Petrie
Charles Carter, was very ac-
NOT GO TO
Without first getting a pair of
our Tramping Shoes, which
make walking and mountain
dimbing easy. We have just
the thing for you in a strong
Vici Kid with a heavy welted
sole. We nave them in two
grades, at $3 50 and $4 50.
Askfor our "TRAMPING SHOE
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
number was "Cousin ueaeaian.-
Lg in chorus Dy nuiire i7iij -nc
1 essclusion of the program was
,r ial relaxation, and
fflCyment of this was heightened
tie arrival, from tne outer nan, or
LahmeB:.'1. which were ser-ed by the
r. - r :i -nteriainment,
arrangements made the affair a
The Planters' Monthly is out with an
excellent table of contents. There are
special articles, among others, on the
sugar situation, the best varieties of
cane, the failure of white labor In th
--wv...o.u.,iU H'anittuons, xriniaad cane
kLjMD, Marion Smith. Clara Petril,
Uj McKechnie and Emma Herrick.
H SONGS OF
L D Pries' Metrical Contribu
tions to Last Evening's
i one. were Sisters Alice Vn HaWali rerti.izatlon of
The "Historical Missionary Album," j
issued from the presses of the Gazette !
Company, and now on sale, contains
al! obtainable portraits of the mission
aries who are so closely identified with '
the annals of Hawaii, with accompany- '
ing personal data. The album ought
to be in every private and public Ha- 1
Queen street, between Richards and
South streets, is receiving considera- I
ble attention from the Public Works 1
Department. New curbings are being1
set in and the street macadamized '
Queen street for the past year has been )
one of the worst thoroughfares In the
business section of the city, and few
persons who drove in light buggies.
chose that route.
or new Hawaiian songs, the
id music of which were com-
ti by Mrs. Kmma Alexandria Kala
Vs. and arranged by Captain Ber
lin greeted witn cordial and re-
aiplause last night by the
i assembled on the lanais and in
fcpi.aidi of the Hawaiian Hotel.
tt it Fries entertained a large
4tr of gut.-sts on the large front la-
if lie hotel during the concert, re-
Baprosentative BeckJey's Bicycle is
Crushed Under a Wagoc.
Representative Fred. Beckley had his j
bicycle crushed yesterday under a wag
on driven by one Halvorsen, who is em
ployed at the Iwilei military corrals.
The accident was evidently due to the
Ti!r ht-inp' HervH anrl anh t-ilfst
derated with a lei. Among the rarelessnef s of Mr. Halvorsen, as he
tr d was Queen Liliuokalani,
I agreed to have the repairs to the wheel
rer, was not present, having j made at his expense and also took the
fgrets by a party of repre- wheel to Pearson & Potter's cyclery in
Henry Kauauanuiawahi de ; the wagon. The accident occurred near;
l Mrs. de Fries' husband, assisted j the postofnee.
Wag and ".-rvinB the guests.
(four new songs are "Kukiiakila."
iKiatiuuIa," "Kiliolani" and "Li
ana were very pretty as sung
J. Kelilaa and Mrs. N. Alapai.
ife Fries received many cmpli-
lud congratulations on her eom-
The wreck of a light buggy obstruct
ed the sidewalk In front of Vida Vil'a.
King street, early yesterday morning.
The front wheels were damaged, the
spokes of one having been entirely
ripped out. There was no appearance
of there having been a runaway, but it
!, and the cordial and continued j seemed a case of the "one hoss chaise'
! with which each was received over again.
fliTS audience demonstrated the1
tion of those who heard them.
Reception to the Pastor.
occlusion of "T.iholihn" each i
of the band Was presented! 1 ne ev- Alnara' PJlor ol
llima!ei by Mrs. de Fries. ' Japanese .Methodist Kpiscopal Church,
jwho has been a worker among the
BUSINESS LOCALS. members of the Japanese colony for the
. past seven years,- will leave in the Chi-
!&MeTiKhe's new street num- na. on Tuesday next, for the purpose
MS ' io- hn mootlntr nt the Pallfnr-
wish to r-nt a cottage for $12 nia conference, which will be held at
a, see our classified ads. i Pacific Grove. After the conference
fa-room cottage is advertised for meeting he will go east, and enter the
ei at 1541 tort street. t-.mto Theniiirical Seminarv. where he
i n -
: I 'alif.irnin will ,..:n onmnWo ,i rvnirftA in UieolOSTV.
Ftaalgtit at room 1. Elite building. t.:v.o i ktKiv Bstpemeii hv his
fw-room cottaee on Vineyard t,i n ahnv their resrard there
r3Lrifir' 'S, offered for rent" , will be held this evening at the church
I - 1 1 . I . I Vila Kiin nr The
Cures coughs and colds quicker
than any other known remedy. It
is quite agreeable to take and the
first dose will give relief.
If you have a cough don't neg
lect it. There's no cure for con
sumption In advanced stages. A
neglected cough leads to con
It Is particularly valuable for
throat and lung diseases, such as
colds, croup, whooping cough and
influenza. Children take It read
25 AND 50-CENT BOTTLES.
One of Our Specialties is our "
' JVe carry a large stock of
them, and if we cannot suit
you from stock we will Make
What You Want to Order.
Our Work and Materials are
of the Best.
SEE CUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Pure English Linen Holland,
32 inches wide, ja&t right for
skirts, at 25c a yard. 1
M. Brasch & Co.
Roche Harbor Lime
Ex. Ship Henry Villard.
Theo. H. Davies
OF ALL SILK
Will Commence Next Monday.
1 he assortment consists af all the Popular Shades.
SEE THE PRICES:
Nos. 2 and 3, -Nos.
5 and 7, -Nos.
9 and 12,
5 Nos. 16 and 22,
No. 30, -
No. 60, -
23c. per yd.
- 5c, per vd.
26c. per yd.
I Si A ' m mmn.nnrt (in til Vita Hflnfir
& J ,Hf S' Tofw- reception will begin at 8 o'clock
.. iroa. 'a offered for rent by . :,.H.ii t momh(1PS of
Win alav:L n.n w..
congregation and many others.
Pond ft Co
If1 ay mare; also, a surrev. In
classified ad for partlcu-
tjuj. i-ucu ,m mesaays
, . Kur- yaptri iu nctiu
m?ndg abroad Saves letter
fk, . B''n away to ev-
from the Pacific Import
,iflc Sugar Mill Company
j 'icAi, m iu o clock.
LPftbook. ,4 .v. . I
'ssa- . ' Ule "awanan &u-
kZrJ Will rtA t
V V. lyj . 1 ......
ondav a, ..,,. ... ..
,.7" ' """ IU
' 15 CVt.
lie.. manager of Wing
-wpany. hnn resigned.
Ki . h is just return-
Pchsr yfars s'ay lr. China,
bt ui tne business.
r :r S boys and lit- ,
PiVtv'11 ' b for women, etc.. 1
V s.-.'. !"any subjects treated
LWifc. r Delineator.
. mem v.
-in c"day sell some
k 7iL1C? Kin8 street. Just
btZl Villa Rale will he-
C3 kyTh Vs t0 !" celebrated in
W tl., .
r v uurnru.. s
h . ''hBula-.i,. , Ul" jrganiza
E ' ail P an8 there wil1
Ptei'.- I in th ph.. w.-.j.
'-30 0 clock.
KrMn'L Hureau will en
KS thw. Hau'aiian Islands
k"- c..':,"; " 'rations. Will
I "WckelS" building, room
Wlne P ,Uarters in the
h.rp .f:n prt. near Ku-
W1 hsnii a" Kinas.
The designs are almost inde
scribable in their beauty, so
much so that we shall not at
tempt to picture them, fur
ther than to say that they are
admirable examples of fine,
free drawing of Interesting
Hemstitched Irish Linen and
Hemstitched Drawn Work,
"Stamped Tray Covers.
Stamped Sideboard Scarfs.
Stamped Table Centers.
Stamped Lunch Cloth.
Art Wash Silks, too
Stamped Goods are not much
use without silk to work with.
We sell Coolson & Curier s Art
Wash Skirts, all the fresh,
clear and delicate shades that
you associate with the most
refined and eleant fancy
SACHS DRY GOODS CO,
JET BLACK, WITH
CRIMSON HEAD. . .
A STYLISH xMOUNT
Of Sailor Hats
One Week Only
J Lot I, 40c. Lot 2, $1.50, Formerly $2.00
B. F. EHLER5 & CO.
With Coaster Brake,
Pearson & Potter Co. Ltd.
926 Fort Street.
Telephone Main 317.
WITHOUT A PLUMBER to put up the article in first-class style is J
of very small advantage to the average householder. The people of Hono- j
lulu hav been "cinched" so often by plumbers that they are afraid to set one :
onto a Job by day's work.
BA1LETS PLUMBING SHOP will put your plumbing in condition and '
connect with the sewer for a rery low flgura And guarantee tha Job will j
PASS INSPECTION by the GOVERNMENT officials. And also ruarantee
that day's work by honest men Is cheaper than contract. Contracts are
taken, however. nd promptly filled by
Bailey's Plumbing Shop
IMPORTERS OF MATERIAL AND PLUMBERS,
NO. 1C7 KING STREET.
M. E. KILLEAN CO.,
THE GRFAT BARGAINS offered in TROJAN SHIIiT
WAISTS last week have attracted large crowds of
buyers the sale has proved immensely popular.
We have more yet. which must be disposed of in
order to make room for our fall stock which is now doe.
NOTE THE PRICE
Sl-25 Waists Cut to $ .50 $2.25 Waists Cut to $1.50
Sl.SO Waists Cut to S .75 $2.60 Waists Cut to $1.75
$3.25 Waists Cut to $2.CO.
Wn cream uuer' made