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the Pacific com'm ercial advertiser. Honolulu. ruWE
23. I -i I "ii r r FaBaf i f Carpenters' Tools Are you about to buy a new set or any part of a set of toole ' If so our stock you will find absolutely oew and includes tbe very beat on the market. Machinists' Tools Stanett's orachinists' tool and other fine tools, all entirely new stock. Masons' and Bricklayers' supplier in full assort men U Plumbers' Supplies This def artment is fully stocked ami ws hare the finest line of blow torches' and finances in the city. E. 0. Hall & Son. Ltd. Building, Corner Fort and Kirg StrfetP. Nei VISIT TO THEJMER Fresno Man's Story of the Kilauea Scenes. A TOURIST'S IMPRESSIONS Interesting Talcs of a Visit to the Greatest of the Active Volcanoes. Advertisement changed Mends rs. Muslin Underwear Sale You can't afford to overlook tbi sale. We bought the good8 way below the regular wboleaale price- they being a sample Una. This week a bargains are of unusual importance Materi als are fine, garment are now and beautifully made. Sea them ditplayed in our windows with prices plainly marked. Special Sale of Shirt Waists Pi ices can cot be told here for lack of ruace- All on display in our window. We promise you will not be disappointed. Childrefls' b unas and Sun Hats flandaoma assortment in pretty ehadae and we have im pel ted aw elegant lias of lal'cs" Faicy Neckwear an j Fancy Dres TrlamlBfS PROGRESS BLOCK Past Street. (Special to tbe Advertiser.) BAN FRANCISCO. June C.-J. L. M Clvllsnd writes to the Fresno Republican as follow: Pure Cane Sugar Only! NO SWEETENING SUBSTITUTES Used in tbe manufacture of the bifrh grade and popular products of tbe o:d reliable :::::: CONSOLIDATED Soda Water Works, Work COMPANY. LTD. 601 Fort St. Telephone Main 71. Prompt delivery anywhere in the city and Waikiki. e I Are You Going Away? Is the summer vacation to ha on the Coast er the ether Islands? Inw either event 1 we can rit you out with clothes, dress suit case, etc , at tbe lowest prises. Stock always up-to-date Kasti Clothing Co. Limited TWO STORES Joraer Hotel and Fort 8ts-. and Hotel 8t. near Bethel. Crater of Kllam-a. Hawaii. May IS. UWC. Editor Id publican -I am aittlns on the ' lava rocks at the brink cf thla greatest ' active crater In the world on odd place to writ a Utter! May be In a few weeks i It will b impuaslblo to du thla, aa the : volcano ahuws signs ol steatsi activity I than It has shown for Ml v. ral years, and this ledge of rocks la likely to be cnguif :ed and Included within the extent of the 1 main 1 rat. r. which la said to be TOO fret deep, and nine miles in circumference. This statement I take on faith, aa it ap pears to have no bottom as far as 1 can Judge irom observation. The entire pit Is Ailed up with a dense sulphur smoke, making- it impossible to see even a hun dred feet down the aides. We have been pitching rocks ovr the edge of the wall, but no sound of their striking Is heard, tt remind one of 8t. John's description of the "bottomless pit" see Rev., chap, ta. verse 1 We can hear strange noises like crackling and bubbling, and occa sionally rocks are heard breaking loose from the walla, and carrying a long train of baser sounds In their wake At the present moment, a strong breeze is blow tag the smoke away from as; but occa sionally s slight shifting of tbe wind per mits the hesvy sulphur fumes to come this wsy. and then ws have to retreat. Sluing on this lava bed. we are really within a greater crater of less depth, sur rounded by s steep rim of lava rooks ISO fret or more In height. This crater Includes tbe more active pit. and Is nearly thirty miles In circumference. To reach thla point, ws cams from the Volcano rouse, wnerr we spent last night inr marann 01 inta larger crater. walked across nearly three miles of rough iav reeks. A stranger to these scenes r-Karda the path we passed over as dan- serous, snd views with nervousness the ohms pus by tbe wav From a thou- cracks and "blowholes" In the hot and walls of this greater crater, the and sulphur amoke la rising. In placest a bit of paper readily biases whrn pit into the racks across the path vou treat! a hot as lo compel . to step qjirkly In passing over them. But SECOND ANNUAL Great American Sale We propose to assist, in a very substantial manner, every woman and girl in Hawaii to celebrate the National Holiday, gowned in a proper and be coming manner. This Is our plan. We shall, during the six days beginning June 23 and ending June offer ten thousand yards of choice washable dress goods. American made for American trade, at reductions averaging about 60 per rent. It should not be necessary to repeat the statement we have often made In these columns, that American looms produce the choicest, daintiest and best wearing cotton dress farbrics on earth. It is also well known that we carry a superb stock of these goods, and an opportunity to buy them for less than our prices, marked in plain figures, means money saved by you and makea new friends for us. We Intend that this "Asierican Sale" shall take front rank among our famous Special Sales and have made plans accordingly. Kach piece of goods offered bears the original price, also a Special Sale tag, showiag the SALE price. We quote a few examples: lie Blond in Batistes for c Yard 15c Kmpire Foulards far Ir-Scfi 1 EG Haveville Batiates far e STaHl so Fancy American Swisses for . rSe Tars 85c Mognoa Foulards for IS -Yard , .". Bounce Foulards for . Sc Card :. ' :idaHne Br odea for Ifce Yard JSc KnRlish Style Madras for lis Wnmi 50c Silk Stripe Soft Mulls for SSs Ysxd 36c Yard 5Sc Kmbroidered Ftamines for W- Superfine Plummets for SSe Yard BEAU IN MIND THE DATES JI NK t TO 28 INCLUSlTIi. Whitney A Marsh, twfcd THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL AT LAHAINA Program of the Closing Exer crciscs of Pathrr Julian's School. The entertainment iriven by the pu pils of the Catholic school at Lahaina an Thtlrt.ldV .-V'.xiim A VaeilllAnt V . . a a. . araa . a n. . -. a a. a .... " I success. The doors opened at t:SS p. m. and . when the curtain rose at 7 o'clock the ' song. "Welcome, ft. as Friends." was greeted by the applause of a full house. By the time the second song. "Malanai anu." was over, standing room was at a premium, and as any listened to the aweet melody without being able ta get a glimpse of the atagers. The Troubles af the Little Folks." s dialogue in which nine characters eere introduced, created considerable amusement amoag the elder portion of the audience by the comic Interpreta tions the little ones gave ta every-day maxims. The .old en Share." a duet, was tout hlngly rendered by Miss M. Paona and Miss A. Lumsung. "Moonbeams Streaming." a chorus, was next on the piogram. and received well merited ap- And Still They Are Coming CARLOAD AFTER CARLOAD of the Celebrated Anheuser-Busch BrewiBg Association AND Premium Pale Pale Lager Beer In cases and barrels, quart and pint bottles. AMERICA'S STAND ARD BEER AT POPULAR PRICES. Don't let the warm weather And yeu witbaut it. aa tt.-e rttniUlltina tm. ..I.i -a- "" w mm mi m - w mm. m - - mm' mM mm m A a 0 WmmL W . m eral years wtthfut much change, people l'use vsll the shallow portion of the crater In active The pit In front of us. until four years ago. wss full up to the brim ' with firry waves of lava, that beat against the Iron walls with terrific nolo..; hut t nni-1- i iM- amusement, each HettliiK arMuenly "the bottom fell out" and It , f, rth th partl. ular beauties or her Boa rnnllniiMl .hmil . m mt - .ini.. 1 Then came the "Grand Raby Show." In which the Junior mioses displayed their children (dolls) and caused H. Hackfefd & Comp'y Ltd. SOLE AGENTS far the Hawaiian Territory. that time lot mm h a aubsldVncf has before orrurred In Ita history, gome of these dss. areordlng to lb) habit. It will boll up full of fiery liquid, and spill over the aid a. and a molten river a mtl- wide go hissing and crackling over the barren deserts and icrtrn eane fields to the sea. leaving black d.aoMlion and death In Its path. The old tyrant has remained auirt long er than uaual. they say. and iudisliu; from present signs, the volcano prophets ' chinamen. mmy inrrr w naeiy in im an outburst soon . Yhf people of Hilo are wlahlne tor a little more activity up here. little darling, each one claiming the prise, and the indignation of the little mothers when they did not get It. "Eleile." a Hawaiian song, was well r. ii ltTed and caused considerable hand clapping. "Th- Fro Song" of the pri mary class onntained a lot of croaking and produced a good deal of mirth amongst the youngsters. The action song, entitled ' The Ten was one of the features of the evening and the dusky little lads. CI lth their hroken dialect, seemed for If pre. I .. . . . . ... i . sent a cnn.l .t-hf -1 .i . . an tne worm u.e wi nman uj.- " n- i iii i m t mis up. and people come frt.m all parts 4ifxthe world, and patronize the hot.-lo. iml the transjiortatlon lines reap a harvest. Ililo Is on the edKe -f th.- bav of the same name, thirty-one miles away, and 1.001) feet below us. It is a fin- little town, surrounded by a very fertile coun- try. mostly occupied by Immense sugar plantations. A little railroad runs out seventeen miles of the way from Ililo toward thla place, that la. to the end of the sugar plantations at Mountain View. There you take a ataae and with a grad ual climb up a gooaroad. you travel the remaining fourteen miles, through dense troplesl forests most of the way. to the Volcano house, which is several miles be yond the forest, surrounded by a rather barren landscape. They will tell you. at Hllo. and In most tcalltlea. that nothing pays on these isl ands but sugar FUnanas. pineapples. ocoanuts and other tropical fruits that we of the temperate sone think of In connection with these Islands flourish, but people say there Is no home market for them, and transportation to the main land Is too high Ililo contains about l.on white people. or 4.000 Asia! Ira and about 1.000 Ka- akas. It Is the chief city of this Island. and next to Honolulu in sixe and Im portance. But the transportation com panies all work for Honolulu, and so ar range the movement of vessels that It Is asier and cheaper to go from any part tne island to Honolulu than to mil, As s eonseoiience Ililo has the trade of onlv a smll rr-.-tlon of its own island nn tne m- r. hants there are so mixed p In busine's with the monopolist of Honolulu that they have not dared to them by running an Independent steamer or schooner betw.cn their town nd other porta of their island. But they sve recently started an independent learner between Ililo and San Francisco nd propose other like Innovation n the near future. Hawaii Is a verv rouirh ountry. The building of roods Is exceed- nglv ex nail ... and the care for them starts. Sweet Birdie." a soft little carol, was well fitted to the young ancTmelo dious voices of the primary. "The Enchanted Apple." an operetta In three acts, was the last, but by no means the least of the program; In fact it waa the feature of the evening and called for a good deal of real acting tgltat Mls.s Martha Moses as Judith. Miss Mary Kauhane as Mother and Fairy, and Miss Mary Kaahanui as Nurse, and Miss Carrie Freitas as Betsy, deserve special mention for their splendid acting and perfect artic ulation. Gold medals were awarded to Miss Mary Kaahanui and Master John Vier- i B . a a a W r.- lor general oii conuuci uunnj; inc yea i Before (losing the entertainmen Rev. Father Julian made a compli mentary speech to the dudIIs. and to their teachers. Miss Helen and Miss i.ui y Moses, for tneir nam enoris aur ing the year: he also thanked the par 1 ala.J. Va (W..1. If tl.ll ....... I t ill. ttllU If 1' IKIfl I f ill. It fall'l a I 'IU A a nee and hearty approbation. j X W aSisSmWF-Mmmmmm IV h iW 'I aJafflBwH ' 'aB aH a BBMiiBiBa r xnBu Call and See Us and We Will Enlighten You Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd. Fort Street, Honolulu X HONOLULU BRANCH OF t A. The Harrison Mutual Burial Association t it T t t The stage has been refitted and new scenes tainted, and Mr. William Kaae. the artist, deserves special mention for, his painting of Diamond Head on the. Following is the pro- Tbis association so well known throughout the Main land' is now established in Honolulu. A Friend in need is a Friend indeed. This association is a friend to the family upon whom aliiiction and death has come. Membership fee is only $1 50. For particulars apply at office of secretary, 393 Beretania street, or any member of the association. Phone Blue 571. Postponed to June 30. Closing: Out: Sale fti . Ooo Kim. 116 Nuoann St. Pin Stock o! Grass Linen Jost Receired. ft'-rward. on t-rounl of the heavy rains Is a sr. at tax IT rains at Hllo 130 inrhea titina the year heaviest In winter, but plenty in summer nut aa it itn.-raii eotnes in the nlrht. people don't mind it much. It has a pleasant climate. 41 In the momlnir and 7 at noonday rather cooler and less oppressive than Honolulu. I'p her at the volcano the climate is very pleasant and cool, so that we don't mind a walk of seven miles Inline the morn ing hours in looking at these wonders. Hut we leave now for Xaalehu. a vil lase away down near the southern end of the island, about forty miles from here. We ahall then have traveled almost the entire tnfh rf ffH'a I 1 .nil ttllhin f ha r, a a i mr . .-If minrm t.vlnp ldmnka. tnnr Ik. .' r rlh end. drop curtain , gram: Wel onie. Kind Friends Chorus Malanai.iru k Makani Hawaiian song Primary The Troubles of the Little Folks Ilalo?uc Nine Characters The tSolden Shore Duet Miss' 51. Paona and Miss A. Luin.iunR' Moonbeams Streaming Chorus The (Irand Ltaby Show . play for I,itt!e Olrls Klelle Hawaiian Song Chorus The Frog Song Primary The Ten Chinamen Action Sonp... Pete and the Peddler Dialogue Three Charac ters Sweet Hlrdle Song Primary The Knchanted Apple Operetta in Three Acts Hawaii Ponol and the Star Span gled Manner The Enchanted Apple Operetta. Characters: Judith Miss Martha Moses Sun Miss Mary Kaahanui Heta Miss Carrie Freitas Mother Miss Mary Kauhane Fairy Wagoners. Haymakers. Laborers. Milkmaids. School Children --Epicurean anned Soups Fish Vegetabl F-r-uis On your pantry shelf make a short notice dinner a success and your unexpected guest welcome. I r;1-kel by If. LEVY A Co.; San Francisco. old by all First Clas- Grocers. X California Calimyrna Figs NOW ON SALE AT OCCIDENTAL 521 King Street.