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n f !-5 J THE PAPTFTn COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, JULY 11. igo ' - i -li-LLl -i-' - lAAliAAAAlAAAilAliAAlliiiAitllliiiiAliAAlilllittllit ( 5 3 SUN BATHS FOR ONE AND ALL it the Was Hot and Muggy in City of Honolulu Yesterday. Yesterday was hot. This is not news, because It is probable that everyone In town appreciated the fact long before the sun settled in the west. The win had veered around to the south an wtat little there was of it brought u all the warm air that could be foun around the equator. Up at the corner of Fort and Hotel streets a man had a biff box full of miniature windmills. These he retailed at 25 cents a time; and Judging by the number one could see In stray places about Honolulu, he must have had a very prosperous day of it. . He had a mouth as big. ps the en trance to a bar-room, and his voice could even be heard down in High Sheriff Brown's office. His lingo sound ed something like the following: "Here ye ar"! The most puffiest in vention of the centery! The fan-tan! Just the thing to keep the muskeeters off your Honolulu lady yetsir, 25 cents. just a quarter of a dollar and only one-j Here he stopped a minute to take a big fstt man's quarter,, accompanying !-.! himlnpna transaction ' with the re mark that, "Guess you must have been one o' them coal-passers who found it too hot to work on the Sono ma." The street salesman then went on to . say: "Just the thing to keep the heat of the volcanic eruption off you." A tourist and his wife stopped stock stilt in passing. "Herbert," said the wife, "can this be true?" Herbert look ed for a policeman and asked if the vnirnnn wnuli? affect Honolulu. He had a scared looking face and was sweat ing freely. 8.0 the policeman thought him a late edition of a Fourth of July spree and advised him to "go home and sleep It off." ' Soda fountains were thronged, and all kinds of people lay under the trees in the parks. 1 ou V, M BUSINESS LOCALS A. N, tv.plasss correctly fitted .t Sanford's in the Boston block. Child's caps from 25c, child's and misses' wash skirts 50c, at M. Brascn Oo.'s Lace House. Every lady should have one. Butteriek book of metropolitan fashions. Only lOo at Mrs. Hanna's. , Burglar and fire proof safes, a largo assortment, at Theo. H. Davies & Co. Kxperienced salesman to show goods. A first-class male stenographer and typewriter can secure a good position by consulting our classified ads. today. Tniers will be received at the office of th SupL of Public Works for 600 tona of coal for the Beretania pumping station. A fine residence, furnished and in bpst part of the MaKiKi district, i i fered for rent. See our classified ads. for particulars. v The stockbooks of the Honomu Sugar Co. will be closed to transfers from Saturday, the 12th, to Tuesday, the loth inst., included. A first-class milliner's assistant is wanted at the Montano Millinery Par lor on Hotel street. Good position to h rlcht nartr. Some wooden buildings at E. O. Hall Son's salt works in Kakaako will be sold today on the premises ny J". Morgan, at noon. rrv Qointor Tint nine- Works are ... -Tvor.i-ii rat for family traae. rr... -irv.w t o Box 51. bee T.r(r nuoted on page 9 today. J. E. Goeas has Just received by the Sonoma a fresh stock of breakfast .-..reals, such as H. O. goods, shredded wheat biscuits, flaked rice, etc., etc. irnod bUKffV. of -.""I-Vr'V irWL n. Will make Sood horse for family use and can be ,r w . rhnd. See our classified t ads. , . ttw. vhiTr Jk Bro. for harness LZ? ' tlthlne nertalnlng to rbusinTst.29 Klngireet Wgbt .T.j. icn f-nrncr Fort and King DUIIUlilB, Th(t "fine vehicles manufactured by Baock & Co. of New York and 2jten & Sons of San Francisco are 2Id at tne Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co inthe Day block, Beretania street. V nicely furnished cottage of two ri with all modern convenlences ewTtrlc lights, mosquito proof, bath. 5t-alo good table board can be had at 1491 Emma street. Centrally located and good neighborhood. Kanager Ike Etmember. Manager H. W. Lake of the Haiian Tiotel was the recipient on Weies- token of esftem aay oi --. from the employes of the hostArr i v.ia dpsk In liie When ne ovvi i afternoon he found a small box and v.ir, Tn the box was a han worked gold ring, in which was set a . .i Tho rlne- is engraved in ani la imiaue in handsome design ",,,. many respects. The letter accompan- LOCAL BREVITIES. Dr. Kobayashi will enter practice In China, j The Elks meet tonight in their hall ( on Miller street. ! Tk Mariner a tnrmCT HonOllU Elk, Is r.ow selling patent pens at Toledo, Ohio. Lieut. Gwynn B. Hancock, Artillery Corns, has been ordered to Muwaunee on recruiting duty. mi it,A.nvi. Ammifti r if the rvUriD of July committee expended but t of Its appropriation oi Gov. Dole and Land Commissioner Boyd will make a tour or Aiaui wai week to look into proposed land open ings which involve about 1000 acres. K. J. Imanishi, manager of the Tc kohama Specie Bank, received news In the Hongkong Maru of the death of his father in Japan. His father was 7 years of age. The Wahiawa colony has sold 6000 of Its magnificent pineapples during the past three weeks. Honolulu takes a great many, but the bulk is bought by the plantations. Miss Ruby E. Sessions of San Fran cisco, who recently visited in Honolulu, died at Lane Hospital, San Francisco, on July 2 after undergoing an operation for appendicitis. There will be a special rehearsal of cathedral this evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the residence of Canon MacKintosn, iiuuuuu ajr. Air members are expected to be prea- . .;v tiuifl Honolulu mercnanis guarar mnnhiv tn the Wireless TeleferaP1? a-n-vr Trie. TAnai TKle has or nr. A tYiia enables the C pany to do away with the Molokai po i altogether. . - -t, r t. Perkins has received from is now in ilexieo, a quantity of lantana seeds containing eggs of a fly which is said to be chik inW the sDread of lantana growthm Mexico. The seeds came on ice in tne Sonoma. At a recent meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, J. A. McCandles wfts nominated for membership by C. M. Cooke. The vote will be taken at the next ' meeting. The by-laws were ? mended to provide honorary member ship for the collector of customs. The old Japanese hospital on Liliha street aud a two-years leasehold have been purchased for J5000 by a hui of Japanese immigration companies from Dr ICobayashi. who soon leaves forthe Orient. The hui has preseniea me v- pital to the Japanese cnariiy Associa tion. Prank J. McGettigan, chief yeoman attached to the U. S. S. Iroquois in Ho nolulu harbor, receiveu news Sonoma of tne ueain oi i- bmther, James H. McGettigan, wnic. occurred in San Francisco June -9. ine defeased was a notary public anu in surance man. . Judge Humphreys has sent a Uie- crrarn to wasnmgum '"t. ........ .... i t-si , -ration as First Judge take effect on Auirust 1. This request has been i.. ft., tt iiirtjr mav devote his time to the preparafion data to be placed before the Senatorial invesU;;at- ng committee. uuueun. White Canva Shoe For Ladies' and Gentlemen We are ehowicg our excellent line in all sizes?, both oxftrda and high shoes; see them oa dis- play in our window. They are swell footwear with white duck clothing and the prices are low. . . , . . Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Limited 1057 FORT STREET. Burglar and Fire 3 Proof Safes i Last Two Weeks of Sale i t t 4- YOU NEED Special Prices in order to CLOSE OUT T i OUR CELEBRATED Imerican W. Nakulna Bued. Frank Godfrey, as trustee for Thorn- - - . a - fir 1 1 4 t " as ftlotcair, yesieruay " Circuit Court against Emma M. Na- kuina, to secure possession of 4 8C-1IW acres of land, xne piainii.i. laims the land under tne wui w ophilus Metcalf, deceaseu. nis grduu f at her. The land w as devised to Frank Metcalf, who died in 3900, leaving sur Thomas Metcalf as the only living, lawfully begotten child of Frank Metcalf. Godfrey claims that on .aaarcu 10 1900. the defendant unlawfully en tered upon the land and took possession n, .rr,o eitat Ktill holds it. uouircy 1"',-1 " - - - .. V.n lamiatrpfl in the SUm Of L' " " $1000. V . hr .i 7S for 2 doz.. and 50J .11,. -ri rr tiitv cmntv bottles, leaving the cost of the beer $3.25, or $1.62Vi doz. See ad. on- page 9. ! Lady Corsets ! X Sp eign of argatns We have some odd sizes, and may be your size is amongst them and have put them WAY DOWN. AIro CORSET COVERS in sizes 40-42-44. X t Qoinc TAoins'TITTTRSDAT I MORNING. 1 t I f.1. BRflSCH & CO. i oo If you aie thin, run down, have no appetite, feel the land weak, you need a good tonic. There is nothing that so quick ly brings a keen appetite, re stores health and strength than Royal Mait Extract Strength comes with the first bottle. You can sleep soundly after taking it, and lift the system into a cpndition to re sish the enervatiDC heat of summer. Be sure to get the genuine Royal Malt Extract. 25cts. For sale wholesale and retail by- obron rug EHLERS" BLOCK, Fort Street. We have just received a large assort ment of thi famous HERRING-HALL MARVIN. SAFE CD'S safes. These safes are considered the very best made The public are Invited to inspect the exhibit at our Hardware Department Theo. H. Davies & Co., Limited. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf TrVTTTT f TTTTTTTTr TTTTMMTTVMMIITT ,IHllMI "B f RLE P BEQINNINQ 1 ('Monday, July 14th This sale will te noteworthy for the extremely low prices we have made on handsome trimmings and for unueual values offered. Thrifty buyers will find this eale an excellent opportunity to make money saving purchases. Ins eft bv all the em me KJtl. ployes. thanked Mr. wse wr .nrd for each and all during the timd . . v.rr, mnncctpd with the hotel and all hoped that after leaving here he would continue to rou in .i-v..,. Lake was a very mucn suh'm but on reooverins his equanimity -pressed his appreciat ion r . Lake expect i the Coast some time in August. vr. will offer attractive bargains eack until -w toot t mms new store, and they -will be wen -wrtfc tmvinf advantage of. Nete tM MBw- Intf items for a starter. Bargains r-ir.rAl Jao. Silks. 23 inehe w44e; reduced from 60 to 30 p yaT. ?. SST '-.: K ' -.t-iH-C. Striped Taffeta Silk, 19 in. wide; vy r,rotiv far. waista. Reduced from !!., - J to 40c. . ' Printed Ducks, white with black fig- urea: SO in. wide. Reduced tram S y. for '$1.00 to 14 yds. for 5ove Slb-ooterB JLOT OF ALL OVE S Containing handsome pieees worth all the way up to $ i 00 and $2 50 and over ten differ ent pattern?, all reduced to 50c yard. EMBROIDERY EDGING A very excellent assortment, width from 5 to 7 inches, 25c yard; Narrower 20c, 15c and 10c yard. LATEST IN. NECKWEAR LADIES PIQUE FOUR-IN-II AND STOCKS in white and figures, 50c and 75c. PERSIAN LAWN turnover ties, C5c and 75c. INSERTIONS Elegant variety all on dis play in our window, 5c yard and 3 yards for 25c. SILK VELVETS See the display in our win dow of different ehadrs. We have reduced the goods from $2 CO to 50c per yard. TIIF. PING 'PONG STOCKS White materi! embroidered in Pink. Blue, or Black, 65c. c WHITE AND BLACK FKA TIIEft BOAS Klegant stock prices from-if 15 to $20. AINOVLLT Y. "Til b KORSO" An Undervest and Corset cover combined. Ak to tre it. Price 50c. Foster f Iofc Sup porters, 2 gradce,7 5c ar,d $l o :o:- Department We recommend every Lady to vi.it th!34dePatmet0 after seeing the variety and completeness of the stock to eend husLnds, Sweethearts and brothers where they can be fitUd out handsomely. . :o: F. Ehlers Fort & Co. Id. bsdb S3 V T-incv Printed Muslia Dress fteeds; -nA ntiaiitv: 21 in. wide. Reduee from 10 vds. for J1.M to 16 ya. fr Mr. man Mr. for Ensign Matttii Baclc Hnign Matthis, who has returned to 4 Salvation Army work here, is one ?:n : in Hawaii, sne plaffue and for tin,, before and Since leaving; sne na i Yancisco. but bronch.al . . . v t ,or hark as fin as- distant to Major and Mrs. Harris. Kn -,r- Matthis. who has been promoted frm her former rank of captain, has uwdreds of friends in Honolulu. C the best th after wtrk Kalm-er beer. J3.75 for 2 doz.. and I BJ .Uwed for the empty bottles vln tke cost of the beer $3.2;,. or 1.2 per I.2.. crfc au. on iae DRY CO. N. S. Sachs' PCRT STREET. GOODS .LTD. All sportsmen should inspect onvi stock of ammunition, guns, etc. i Pearson & Pot It r Co.5 Ltd, Union and Hotel Sis. I'hor e Main 317. Hawaii Skinpo Siia T-r-r- ntnMn-p-n JAPANESE I RINT- int office. The publisher of Hawaii Shinpo. the only daily Janese paper publiBhed in the Territory of Hawaii. T. SOGA. Editor. Jt..i.i onrt Printing Office 103P I c ft Kinz. P. G. Box W7. Telephone Main fisnift' iii mil BEAVBR lunch rooms tt t KOLTB. Proprietor. . . .tt wildtr A Co. 'eCMi SERVED, VVlTSTea, Coffee. Sod Water. Glnr Ale or m Omi from T a. m. to 10 D- in. ENU1NE ENJOYMENT.. There's no other b(erage that is quite bo refreshing and invigorating as "Priwio" is absolutely pure and as a tonic has no equal. Order a case from the Brewery. Tlepaen9 Main 341. BBBIIBBBHBBBBBBBJIBBBBBBnBHBflDBBS SILK JIAKDIvIlRCIlIEFS j SILK SHIRTS 1120 'UUANU AVKNUE. e B B e o D O B Branch S;ore: King and Liliha Streets. 2 ..MRHniinBanDBBBDOiBBDaB unu p B B B FRED RHILP & BRO. Harness and Saddles 629 King Street, Wright Building; also corner Part and King Street-. Tel. Blue 2651. P. O. Box J. sow Read the Advertiser. 75 cts. a Month.