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(THE PACIFIC C0MMERCC02 ADVERTISER, HONOLULU. JULY 8. .max
1 i' 1 ft 1 JAS,T.B10BGflHf GREAT ATTRACTIONS During Fair PLAYERS Ancfloneer mi Brofcer 65 QUEEN STREET, P. 0. Box 534. Telephone 72 Weeka INTER-ISLAND VISITORS "SAVE MONEY" BY PURCHASING AT OUR STORE Elks' Tournament Will Open Today. LIST OF ENTRIES AND THE PLAY Drawings for the Contest Made SaturdayThe Preliminary Rounds. THIS DAY! Auction .Sal -OF- Household Furniture During FAIR WEEK wa will offer big leaders in all department!. Take Advantage Save Expenses Buy From m :o:- The following are only a email portion of the tempting bargains, space will not permit us to quote more lulls : Our Celebrated Domestic Department will eeli: Pure Linen Table Napkins $1.(50, $1.25, $2 00, $2.50, $2.75, per dozen, are 60 per cent under regular value, t The;e goods 40 Pieces Table Damask 60 inches wide, 25c yard. Our Lines ot Linen Damask at 50c, 75c, $1. CO, $1.50, are by far the be.t value pro curable. 250 Pieces Mill End Linen table Damask assorted pattern. 2 yards lengths, $1.40 and $165; 1 yards lengths, $1.80, and $2.00; 3 yards lengths, $2 15 and $2.65 ; . -:o: BIG VALUES IN BEDSPREADS A large assortment at these prices: 65c, 75e, $1 00, $1.25, $1.35, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4 00, $4.50, $5 00 and $6.00. :o:- I TOWELS! TOWELS! TOWELS! THIS IS THE PLACE FOR TOWELS rey Oorr-ifc Towoli per dozen. rklsh "Towols, $1.25, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, per dozen. oOe, $1.25, 11.50, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, The drawing for the ping pong tour nament which is to begin this after noon In the Elks' rooms, took place Saturday evening. .. , 1 . There are fifty entries and the play ing was arranged by chance, the num bers and names being drawn by the committee Couzens, Andrews and Hartman, and E. R. Adams and H. P. Roth. The preliminaries will be played this afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock, but there will be no playing this evening, as the nail has been otherwise engaged. Those in the preliminaries will be expected to play off Tuesday and Wednesday. The following are those who will play in the preliminary rounds, with the po sition or the contestants and order of play: C. Taylor vs. II. M. Hepburn, G. W. Waldron vs. A. L. C. Atkinson. Geo. D. Gear vs. E. Clark, F. M. Brooks vs. J. L. Rockwell, E. It. Adams vs. E. Wa- termann, W H. Coney vs. A. J. Block man, C. S. Holloway vs. II. E. Picker, St. C. Sayres vs. Prince Cupid, Dr. Ray mond vs. A. E. Murphy, J. O. Young vs. J. A. M. Johnson, E. E. Hartman vs. T. Lloyd Jr., J. A.. TuthiU vs.. Ptuart Webster, If. P. Roth ys. Dr. Howard. Allan Dunn vs. E.. Hay, C. H. Norton vs. L. Davis. F. O. Lowell vs. Prince David, G. Angus vs. G. Wilder and S. F. Chillingworth Vs. A. F. Jud-i. The byes who will follow the prelimi- naiy rounds are F. R. Woodbridge vs. Louis Horner, H. D. Couzens vs. A. C. Clark, A. N. Webster vs. R. H. Moore, C. Girvin vs. Bye, Dr. High vs. Bye, S. D ' Sinclair vs. Lorrin Andrews. B. R. Rice, vs. B. Boyden ond C. F. Chilling- worth vs. G. Waterhouse. . After today the tournament will con tinue daily from 4 to 6 o'clock in the afternoon and from 7 to 10 o'clock at night. The umpires who will look after the play of the contestants are J. L. Bock well, Louis Horner, F. E. Thompson, F. M. Brooks, Henry Roth and A. E. Mur phy. . Th2 rules governing the contest, as drawn up by the committee, are as follows: 1. The player who first delivers the ball shall be called the server, and the other the striker-out. The ball shall be served from be hind the end and within the limits of the width of the table. The server shall stand, either behind, or with one foot only forward of a chalk-line to be drawn three feet from the edge of the table. 3. The service shall be strictly un derhand, and from behind the table; that is to say, at the time of striking the ball the racket may not be over the table, and no part of the racket, except the handle, may be above the waist. 4. The ball must drop on the table- top beyond the net, and is then in play. If it drops into the net or off the table it is called a "fault," and counts to the striker-out. 5. There is no second service, ex cept when the ball touches the net or ON MONDAY, JULY'28, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. At my salesroom, 63 Queen street. will sell at . Public Auction a large I quantity of Houoehold Furniture, con sisting of Oak-and -Iron Beds. Oak and Cherry Bureaus, . Washstands, .Tables, Rockers, Chairs, Cane Chairs. Glass Cabinet, Handsome Oak:" Book , Case, Glass Cabinet," Marble Top Bureaus, Handsome Upiiolstered Parlor Set. Ex tension Dining Table, Feather Pillows. Baby Carriage, lite, Etc JAS. P. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. Ruc&ion Sale OF. Honsehold Furniture. ON TUESDAY, JULY 29, At 10 o'clock a. m., at the residence of Mr. Grote, Union street, near Hotel street, I will sell at Public auct'on tke entire household furniture, consisting i 1 of parlor furniture, rockers, cane rock ers, center tables. : sofa, rugs, pictures, j curtains, bookcase, books,' hangiagl !amps, stand -lamps, folding ted, a beds, iron beds, oak bureaus and wash- stands, chest, drawers; screens dialog table and chairs', meat safe, patent ta ble, wood stove, firewood, ferns, palms. plants, etc., etc. . JAS. F MORGAN, ' AUCTIONEER. Auction Sale. OP- HouseMfl Fnrnitiire ON WEDNESDAY, JULY .30, AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.. At the residence. No. 30 Kukui lane, off Kukul street, near Nuuanu avenue, I will sell at Public Auction, the entire Household Furniture, consisting of I Parlor Furniture, Tables, Chairs, Rock ers, Oak Beds, Bureaus, Washstands, Hair Mattresses, Nets, Curtains, Rugs, posts in passing over and drops on the I Pictures, Mirrors, Bed Clothes, Sheets, table beyond the net. when it is called I "preaus, aiuer -jiiuw, uunps, Llnqn Towols. A special lot of best quality made in Linen Huck Towels, 20x40, $2.50 dozen; 22x40, $3.25 dozen; 22x4S, $4.5U dozen. :o:- Special Purchase Ladies' and 3 !nr!ora4c PhilHron'o UIIUWVWU VIIIIUI Vsll o Child's India Guze Vests, sixes, 16, 10c; 18, 12ic; 20, 15c; 22, 17ic; 24, 20c; larger in proportion; short or long sleeves. Infant's White Ribbed Wool Ve?ts, sizes 1 to 3, 45e. Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests, all sizes, 75c, $.25, $1.50, $2.25, per dozen Ladies' Mercerised Silk Ribbed Vests, all sizes. 3 for $1.00. Lisle Thread Vests, 5 for $1 00. Knitted Lisle Thread Vests, superior quality, 50c. all Go linen tiki YOUR INSPECTION INVITED L. B. KERR & (SO., a "let," and another service is allowed. 6. If the ball in play strike any ob ject above or around the table (net or j posts excepted) before It drops on the table:, it counts against the striker. The. server wins a stroke if the etriker-out fails to return the service, or the ball in play. 8. The striker-out wins a stroke if the server serves a "fault," or fails to return the ball in play so that it falls off the table. 9. No volleying is allowed, whether i intentional or otherwise, and if any ball shall be touched before striking the table it counts against the player touching it. Should, however, a ball pass the limits of the table without j dropping on it. it is dead, and counts against the striker. Feather Crockery, Glassware, Wood Stove, Cooking Utensils, Washing Machine, New Hose, Etc., Etc. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. lOCOO ROLLS OF- Will Paper AT AUCTION MONEY IN FOURTH OF JUDY- FUND LIMITED. ueon SSS3 Committee Closes Up( Business Part of Celebration and Pays All Bills. With a balance of nearly a thou sand dollars in the bank, the Fourth of July committee closed up the year's celebration Saturday morning. The meeting was held at the Bank of Ha waii and was attended by the chair men of all the sub-committees. Bal ances from the funds appropriated for the various parts of the celebration were reported by nearly all the com mittees. The ball committee which had the greatest expense was the only one to- exceed Its appropriation. Chairman Kennedy reported several hundred dol lars remaining from the fireworks fund, as well as nearly half of the fireworks still unused. These were ordered stored away for future use. A vote of thanks was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Murphy for their hard work in decorating the capitol and ballroom. The total collections for the Fourth of July funds amounted to J4S67.60, of which $1300 were received from funds remaining from former celebrations, and $1077 from the Territory. The expenditures were as follows: Fireworks committee, $3S4.50; parade committee, $C30; labor, $400; decora tions. $250; literary committee. JS4.25; sports committee, $170; ball committee, 51350; balance remaining on deposit in Bank of Hawaii, $97S.85. Old bills remaining from former cel ebrations were ordered paid, amount ing In all to $555. ON FHIDAY, AUGUST 1st, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. (., At my salesroom, 65 Queen fctreet. will eell at Public Auction, by order of MR. H. T. JAMES, assignee of th Honolulu Paint and Wall Paper Co.. the entire stock of overlO.000 rolls of the latest and most up-to-date lot of Wall Paper in the city. Stock consists of White Blanks, Kilts and Bronzes, Micas, Silk Effects, Ingrains, Hand some Friezes, Two and One-bani Dor ders. Etc., Etc. Some $4000 in represented here in all new and carefully selected , patterns. Samples on view on my salesrooms. Wednesday at JAS. ?. MORGAN. AUCriOMEEU. Cottage for Rent AND Furniture for Sale The complete furnishings of a well appointed house- of five rooms and kitchen is for sale, with cottage fe rent. JAS. P. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. S.&W. At the 'Merchants Fair There will ba a hatlswm exhibit of S. canned goods at thefiir a d it is an x t ai opportunity for ever: lady to l -come familiar with th&S. vt W.l-i bell To always have the very choicest frnita and vegetable?, simply remember to ask for S. & W. goods insist on getting ihern if necessary. The variety put up under this label is very large, con sisting of all kinds of fruit?, vegetables, jams and preserve?, as well as oysters, salmon, lobgtWj etc., and we guarantee' them money cheerfully re funded if there is the least dissatisfaction. We want you to try these goods because we know they will make you a regular customer. LIMITS D. 22 Tolophonoo 24 Office Desks, v iuJLi: ad roll top, in all. SIZES AM GRADES. BOOK KEEPERS', TYPEWRITERS', LADIES AND HOME DESKS. Sectional Filing Gases, FROM THE POPULAR "MACEY" FACTORY. Chairs. Lounges, Rockers, FOR YOUR STUDY OR OFFICE. , Letter and Invoice f Filing Cabinets, QUARTER OAK, HIGHEST FINISH, UP-TO-DATE PATTERNS NO a rd Index Cabinets, WITH COMPLETE SETS OF INDEX AND ASSORTED COLORS AND STYLES. GUIDE CARDS IN Etc., Etc., Etc, JUST OPENED UP AND FOR SALE BY H. H.ackf eld & Co., ICVI Cry stal spring Butter Isn't Now Al-dPi Because we are saying considerable about it just now, do not think it is a new finding. We have carried Crystal Spring Batter for a long time and our experience with it has taught us that we cannot recommend it too highly.' You'll find it just as we say it is, absolutely reliable and the best is is the best all the year 'r und and we guiraatee it so. tho pound isthe price. Metropolitan Meat Co. LIMITED. TELEPHONE MAIN 45. Wonderful Selvyf Polishing loih THE BEST THING OF THE KIND MADE It polishes Silver, Furniture, Pianos etc., giving them a lustre that cannot be obtained in any other manner. Far superior to the chamois kin and costs much less. When it becomes soiled IT CAN BE WASHED AND IS AS GOOD AS NEW. One or more should be in every houe See display in cur window of three sizes. Prices 25c, oOc and 75c. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD. Merchant Street. Golf Shirts for Summer Wear The cloth uaed in our shirts came from England and was made OP All our custom made shirts Prices Watches, Chains. Sterling Silver Knives. Nail Files, Charms, etc., sold f a short time only, 30 per cent off regnlar price. HSHDH St CS. 28 HOTEL STREET, V r !