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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, August 18, 1902, Image 3

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man among us would rather
b? we I than ill dressed; with
most, however, it is a matter
of price. The tailor's price
is too high, and not much
can be expected from the
usual ready-made. Quite
But, have you ever tried
STEIN-BLOCH
READY-TO-WEAR
CLOTHES?
Fabrics, Tailoring, Style
and Fit as Satisfactory
as any Good Tailor
could give you.
Price a little more-not enough
to count-than ordinary ready
made. Let us show you these
unmatchable ready-to-wear
Clothes.
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IN HEART
: 0FVALLEY
Odd Feast of Our
Lady of the
Mountain.
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Advertisement Changed Mondays.
Suits and Top Coats
515 to $35
clnerny, L
CLOTHIERS
i mi ted
IN
CHAPEL AT
KALMI-WAENA
Portuguese Celebrate Religious
Fete Amid Salvoes of Artillery
and Fluttering Flags.
Gay fluttering: flags of blue and
white, emblazoned with the royal arms
of Portugal, flaunted in the breeze
which swept yesterday down through
Kaiihi valley, over and about the little
Catholic church of Kalihi-waena, where
hundreds of Portuguese rendered hom
! age to Our Lady of the Mountain, a
I feast of much Importance to the dwell
'ers of Madeira. No more fitting place
la . .
than te little chapel of Kalihl-waena
with its mountain setting, could have
been chosen for the celebration or a
feast, associated with the highlands
! back of a city on Madeira, where most
of our Portuguese came from.
Nearly five miles from the Kameha
' meha schools, away up in the heart of
' the valley, the little chapel stands sur-
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MftRCHAXT AND FORT STIIEETS
Orient
Just received a fine line of Carved Ivory Goods, such as
Jewelry Boxes, Card Cases, Combs, Picture Frames, etc.
Rich Chinese-Silverware, all kinds of Ornamental and Table
Ware. . '
Silk
Bron;
Idorod SBc
rounded by the most luxuriant growths
of tropical verdure. Just 'there the val
ley narrows until, with the exception
of a brief level space with a stream of
water splurging between banks cover
ed with masses of dense shrubbery,
ferns and bananas, there is little more
than room for the church and road.
Everywhere wild nature has asserted
. herself and with the rains and mists
j which seem to be constantly tumbling
'over the Dali. the valley is a beautiful
place to behold, and one In which the
thrifty Portuguese have been quick to
perceive advantages for diversified
agriculture. From the Kamehameha
schools to the uttermost end, the valley
is dotted with pretty little cottages
surrounded with grape arbors, bana
nas, pineapples and taro fields, and
both sides of the well-made road are
lined with the greenest and densest of
shrubbery, i making 4he trip up and
down one Jf unequalled attraction in
the vicinity of Honolulu.
Pacific
Import
no.
Frlr& Pina Si I Its
' Light weight for summer wear, also striped
and p'ain. ,
Heavy and Light
ft
losing Out
Shirt Waist Sale
One quarter chopped off
the price and the waists are
the most stylish of the season
We already have a fine record
If l r ji
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A F
IfmwM iu S4le of this year m
' ' 001116 UP to this one. The re-
lM?lif$ Seductions are greater and the
itS'iPVa4 varieties
P&J?yM$ The offerings
Xy emall lots of
v.-.
better and broader
any shown heretofore.
are not
soiled pat
terns and broken sizes, but
comprise full and complete
w lines of the prettiest and new-
c est waists we have ever had.
Thy are the Unique and Derby brands of
"Gibson" and ether styles and consist of the
fallowing materials:
Plain Chambray in pink, light blue and
ox blood
Mercerized Zephyrs in pink and blue
Seersucker in red stripes.
Lawn in dointy patterns, light blue and
pink effects.
Zephyr plain in pink, light blue and
ox blood, l
Reduction 25 per cent
One Week Only
Special Bargains
In Floss Pillows
They're all of a superior
quality. We bought them of
an Eastern manufacturer in
large quantities, much below
their regular price. Only a
few sizes however. ,
Size 24x24 at 75c
" 22x22 " 65c
Fancy Matting
Greatly Reduced
We
are closing out our
entire itock of fancy matting
at fcmacingly low figures. Do
not buy elsewhere at least
before you see our stock.
We are always pleased to
show visitors through the
different departments of our
store at any time.
pore
mm
go.
Limited
Model Block, Fort Street
Ml fell
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Gay crowds of Portuguese of all ages
and sexes started early for the church
yesterday morning, using all manner
of conveyances, from light buggies to
heavy lumbering 'busses, express wag
ons and brakes. Scores of people jour-1
neyed on foot, it being a pleasant and pers, but the ride up and down thfc
invigorating walk with the exception valley cannot fail to be full of intere?
of the last mile when occasional show- to any who enjoy wild scenes of nature
ers were met which transformed the tempered here and there by the culti-
THE "EXPERT" Are the Modern Up-To-Qate DENTISTS
Arlington Block, Hotel Street, opposite Union. f
All Work YERT LOW PRICES
vator.
66-7 2 King Street, corner of Smith.
road into a morass of red mud.
A turn of the road leading to the
chapel brought the visitors into full
view of a spectacle which warmed the
cockles of the Portuguese heart. Arch
ways of maile and greens spanned the
road every ten feet and above each
post fluttered a flag of Portugal. Long
strings of flags, those of Portugal pre
dominating, criss-crossed the premises
immeuiuieiy "uunu.ns parish house tomorrow evening prom
The nathwav from the road to the ...
church entrance was flag-flanked, and
SOIREE AT
ST. CLEMENT'S
of vocalists of note In Honolulu. The
program is as follows:
Piano solo Mrs. J. Guild
Vocal solo Miss Stokes
Dance, Highland Fling
Miss Louise McCarthy
... Mr. D. P. R. Isenberg
Vocal solo . .
Vocal duet .
Miss Stokes and Mr. C. Usborne
Vocal solo Mr. Muller
The soiree at St. Clement's church
Send your.labels to
Room 4 Spreckels Blk.
Honolulu
E
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To the three sending
largest number labels in
August we will give
R
You get the best goods
in Honolulu when you
get Epicurean.
R
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1st $5 00 in gold
2nd$3.00 "
3rd $2 00 " "
Tayable Aug. 30ib.
OF THE
California Winery
i. . r,vnr-i from (irattS CTTOWn
guarntfcd"absolutely free from adulteration. The best Table Wines in
the market. -
WOLTERS, WALDRON CO., Ltd.
SOLK AGENTS. :
orwKtf KTKKKT. - - '
everywhere the gaze met a bewildering
j and kaleidoscopic mass of blue and
white bunting, with the yellow design
of the arms of Portugal appearing
through it all. Near the church portal
was a stand erected for the accommo
dation of the Mission Band in which
the white-uniformed players, led by
bandmaster Rima, played their best.
High upon an eminence two flags
floated from tall staffs. Between them
was a small tent and the hlack muz
zles of five or six cannon peeped out
in a warlike manner from the dense
coverinsr of lonsr srrasses, and from
I these, salvos and volleys were fired
i every half hour during the day. The
j discharge of the guns echoing down
I the valley toward the sea, the merry
I laughter of the crowds below, and the
ritual of the feast being celebrated with
I solemnity within the chapel, formed a
series of scenes which were of intense
Interest to the people.
The feast of "Our Lady of the Moun
tain" coinmemora'tes a celebration sim-
; liar to that of the French in the ador
JpAfG"n of Our Lady of Lourdes. It com
j memorates a time when an apparition
i of a 'woman appeared in the moun
; tains, and the Portuguese have ever
I since attributed this to a visitation of
the virgin. In"Madeira the feast is one
j of" the most important celebrated dur
I ing the year. Upon the little altar of
j the chapel of Kalihi-waena. enveloped
in a wreath of flowers, was an image
csiJM''"Offr Lady of the Mountain."
t , 1 and this was worshipped by hundreds
in their own Vineyards, ana-are 0f people. A large figure of Our Lady
was ordered from Portugal many
j mojiirfiT ago arjd should have been hf-re
f5r ycf-hf festival, but it was slde
j trrjik-elj at some point en route, and
Oliver Bainbrldsre. who resided in
I Honolulu for a short time, Is in trou
ble in Bakersfleld, Cal. He is being
sued there for royalties on plays writ
Isps to be an interesting evenlnsr. the ten ny Aliss aiamie iveney, a resiuem
program being replete with the names of that city.
A Dull
Pain
Across
the BacK
.;.frfiere was much disappointment anions
the jvfshippers.
i
Honolulu Mutual Bur!
Association
t tlxe .A-sscciaticn.-
Class A. who receiva a runerai
rrV, 4 Alne,cna rvf mTTlheTS. VIZ. 1
i liCie Olf V.IUOiiic l,-.
benefit of 1100.00. and Class IS, wno rece ve a 1 , '
ti x-i .1,, salaried oH oers. IsO rents to pa
. .v,c, tVi mainland is less ti'.n Jl.W'J
class B per yar. and should be no more here,
tania street. Telephone Blue 571. a....
t ather Clement, the chaplain of Jva-
- j lihi-waena chapel, assisted by Fathers
HfOLT?LU. H. T. ' Pylvester an.dPtejhen. were present
ciurmiT u se-pcs;iniii itie mui'iie i
the- affern-waiWn they left for Hono-
lii:;.-"3firj: the scores of people to
iy themselvesend prepare for the
home-Journ.vfAVreaths of the moun
tain rr?ns were made and placed
nri'imd hatjfv3 ?i-hnthe various vehi-
I cles s-vrro"r irito-itjWTi late in th day
they--- .Cere..-f2;-'d with a lei-bedecked
I "i'he wiTMs of the tn.nr man were sat-
isfi-d by the .cr!tent2$ large picnic
has V 1 1 s., sr-rrtfX J.j&rey and officials
; wit wn.le'.I laden fable beneath
a t-j3t;' where r-iar coik-din an imu,
: potatoes and "other ,ii?b!e things
-; were s.?rved. - --"''f'
Xot ordjl r.--ligiij'f'n st at the
little Srel of ia.tTest to Us worship-
Jbssv' ! ft
if
Does it bother ycu are you afraid
to stoop over do you heMtate to
pick up things do you haveaseem
intly unconscious desire to put t oth
hands o i your hips to brace yourself?
If you have such pain you w ant
to get rid of it. No one can stand
pain and torture and continue with
a sound mind. Besides this prun
me.ms there is something radically
wrong inside of yousome of your
orga s need repairing, or vourw hole
organism will become afflicted.
A pain is a pain, and it means suffering no rrnUcr what causes
it. It is relief vou want and wu want it qukkly.
Haipruner's Wonderf , 1 Medicine will stop your pain i.stantly.
Ha.'pruner's removes pain and it does it quickly, no ir.:;Uer in which
part of the body vou have it. Haipruner's goes to tlie f ';t of
the trouble and drives out the cause, curing the pain helping Nature
to repair the overworked functions.
Hiipruner's Wonderful Medicine is the medicine for sufferers,
and it gives them what they most desire re iff gives it quickly
does not keep you waiting or give you any other trouble, as it is
made of only the purest vegetable matter.
If you have a pain in the head, throat, chest, l ings, stomach,
bowels, kidneys, liver, bladder, thig :S. ankles or tret use Halprun
ers rub it in and take it internally, jit cannot do you any harm
and will do vou a lot of good.
For sale at all drug stores 50c snd'Si a bottle the dollar size
cont tins three times the quantity of the small size.
If vou can't get it of vour drugstore send the monevto HIpruner
Med.cn I Manufacturing' Co., 28 California St., San Francisco, and
a bottle will be sent you by prepaid expressage.
Telephone Main 899. P. O. Box IM.
Hawaiian
Japanese Ballasting Co.
Office:
1018 Smith St., near King.
Filling in material either earth or
coral, furnished at a very low price,
as we have a large stock on hand.
CONCTtKTE WORK guaranteed, an
done at a very low price.
BLACK
from S1.C0
llvered.
AND WHITE SAND old
to J1.T5 per cubic yard, d-
Epecial low price in CRUSHED
ROCK of all grades from No. 1 to No.
5, or rock and.
'i
COMMON DRAY. J5.00 per day.
LARGE DRAT, $6.00 per day.
M. R. COUNTER
Jeweler and
Silversmith.
REPAIRING A
SPECIALTY
Fine Aff-sortment of
Hawaiian Jewelry..
Fort Street,
Love B'ldg. j
om tiers
Bat Stallion. Aiameii, Cal,
H.i'rrsner Meilcal M.inuf.icturing- Co.. San Fr.ineKco. Cal.
Gent cmen: I may interest yoj to knowtti.it I h.ive u-t-J your redely lor p:eur!sy
prins an j strains an J have leen re ievej of rr.ucti sufterir..
I am in tlie h.iv nn-i coil t-v:sine?.s. anj some ti.e aj I was 4 In h.mj'lnp
Iwjv. KV-?s of hav .in.! 1 sr.iir:ej riv-.f n:.-rr!a: y, creating r'irly '" n-.y rihl stir,
--'.r-J c--, -it pain ;ir J sj-i One arp-""a:n of H.i:prunfr s W,nJerful
P.iin -.-....jim er re-.-.-v-;4 rr.i r.t orc .'"J cured me in i-rss tnn one diy. I yir:Uy
rero-nirnj it to re: e sui"tr;;: J.-tn fui-i and .nins. GiC). S. I'i-T DINCi,
The average
in cla5s A or 50 cents iv.
Secretarv's office 393 iiere-
.1:
Will Make Your Clothes
Look Like New
IF
TOD TAKE THEM TO TUB
EAGLE
Cleaning and Dyeing Works.
Opposite Star Uloa.
Fort St.,
Tel. White 362.
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
Ilotfcl St., Arlinp-on Annex.
Ntt .T A. K. MTitiino'n Ml'.llnrj hrlir.
l:;.ilvl'.H-li.....:
I Fir. CalabaFru-s
I'oi Tuesdays and
anl Tapas.
Friday?.
Freeh

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