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THE M. McIXERNY CORRECT DRESS CHART.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF
, Table Covers and
By tho laat Oaelio.
These goods are specially adapted for the holiday trade and
will be sod at special prices.
If your HARNESS is in bad repair send it to COLLINS, THE
SADDLER, on KING STREET near FORT, who will fix it up
with neatness and despatch. Charges moderate.
James F. Morgan, President; Cecil Brown, Vice Predjls
F. Hustace, Secretary; Charles H. Atherton, Auditor; W. HL
Hoog, Treasurer and Manager.
za-cLStetce cSc Co., X-itd..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
firewood, Stove, Steam, Blacksmith's Coal
Also Black and White Sand fdephone Main 395-
WING WO CHAN & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL.fc.Kb
in Carved Ivory, Sandal Wood, Ebony and Teak. Silks, Lia
Embroideries, Rattan Goods, Chinaware Eta, Etc.
NUUANU STREET, BELOW KING STREET.
X. -A-B-XDIE, ZErp-
258 Beretania Street. Phone Blue 3552. Opposite Hawaiian Here
tt Shirt and
Trousers Hat I cutta
Worsted or High Silk White
Cheviot with Cloth with
of Band or j Cuffs
Dark Gray Ribbon Attached
If with S. B.
Coat, to match
If with D. B.
loat, of same or
Derby or Alpine
white or Pearl
McINERNY, LTD., CLOTHIERS, Fort ana Merchant Streets.
and ISLAND TURKEYS
By leaving your order now the
proper weight is certain to he obtain
ed. It is just as easy to order early.
Our turkeys are the best in the
METROPOLITAN MEATCO. LTD.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45.
Broad or White Glace ! Leather
Pointed End or TPS 1
I or Patent
White Tie Pearl j Leather
Broad End Gray Patent Leather
Black Silk Suede i Button Tops
or or j Patent Leather
Satin Tie Tan Ties
I DONATIONS TO
Kona Orphanage, Kailua, Hawaii,
November 16th, 1903.
Editor Advertiser: The following Is
the report of Kona Orphanage for the
month of October:
Wages i 46 00
Salaries 360 00
Food 73 63
Incidental supplies, clothing,
bedding, and feed for stock
and poultry 115 93
Total $595 56
Mrs. Sallee $ 100
Epworth League and Christian
Endeavor at Hollywood, Cal.. 2 80
A Friend . . 2 00
Mr. C. M. Cooke .. 100 00
Jas. B. Wallis, Modesto, Cal 5 00
Miss Sarah Cork, Modesto, Cal.. 5 00
T. P. S. C. E. of Christian church
of Modesto, Cal 2 20
A Friend in New York 1 10
J. W. Carruthers, Boston, Mass.. 1 10
Miss A. Case, New York 3 00
Miss Helen L. James 6 00
Mrs. A. E. Beard, Modesto, Cal. 1500 00
Taken in at Orphanage 21 00
Total $1650 10
Mrs. E. O. Marques, Honolulu, cloth
ing; Mrs. Hall, Honolulu, clothing:;
Miss Rhoda Green, Honolulu, new
clothing; Miss Nellie Schofield, Hono
lulu, magazines; Chambers Drug Co.,
Honolulu, chewing gum and tooth
wash; Mrs. A. M. Wilcox, Honolulu,
made six shirts; Friends at Kameha
meha School, two hats and scraps for
mending; Mrs. Kohokuoluna, Maui,
clothing; Mr. Snodgrass, clothing; Miss
James, clothing; Miss Beard, clothing;
Mrs. A. E. Beard, Modesto, Cal., cloth
ing; Mrs. Monroe, Tarry town, N. Y.,
magazines; Friends in California, a
hundred pounds dried prunes; Mrs.
Shoemake, Modesto, Cal., three quarts
apple preserves, one quart peach pre
serves and four glasses blackberry
jelly; Mrs. W; F. Beard, Modesto, Cal.,
six pounds dried pears; Rev. L. O. Fer
guson, Modesto, Cal., ten pounds dried
apricots; Mrs. Hambleton, Modesto,
Cal., ten pounds dried peaches; Mrs.
More, Modesto," Cal., five pounds dried
apricots; Mrs. Applewhite, Modesto,
Cal., ten pounds dried peaches; Mrs.
Lyman, Modesto, Cal., one quart cur
rant and loganberry jelly; Mrs. Kerr.
Modesto, Cal., one quart plum jelly;
Mrs. L. O. Ferguson, Modesto, Cal., one
quart plum jelly; Mrs. Hayden, Modes
to, Cal., two quarts fig preserves and
one quart plum jelly; MrS M. E. Duff,
Modesto, Cal., one quart jelly; Mrs. E.
Pledger, Modesto, Cal., one qt. pear pre
serves; Mrs. J. W. Simons, Modesto,
Cal., one quart peach preserves;
Mrs. K. C. Huse, Modesto, Cal., one
quart fig preserves; Mrs. Susan Wil
liams, Modesto, Cal., two quarts lo
ganberries: Mrs. A. E. Beard. Modesto,
Cal., two quarts peaches: Mrs. James
B. Wallis, Modesto, Cal., twelve quarts
apricots; Mrs. T. K. Beard, Modesto,
Cal., sixteen pounds almond nuts.
Five children entered the home dur
ing the month of October, three native
Hawailans, two of whom are girls aged
ten and twelve years, and one boy
eight years old. Their father and
mother are dead. Two French Porto
Rican girls, ages three and seven
years, whose parents had deserted
Teachers and children join me in
thanks to all the above named people.
There are fifty-six children here. We
need a shed for the children to play
under when it rains. We need a laun
dry, we need bath rooms at the boys'
building and we need a school house.
I asked the Board of Education to
build a schoolhouse and supply teach
ers, but it will be two years before they
have any money which they could use
for that purpose. Two of the build
ings need to be painted. We need an
other tank to insure sufficient water
for the dry season.
A good many people are inquiring
what we would like for Xmas presents.
We need money more than anything.
Would be very thankful for clothing,
especially strong new clothing, not too
light in color. Dry' goods and groceries
are always useful. The children would
enjoy apples and nuts, and books for
j with Cutaway
High or Low
of Pearl Studs
their library, pictures for the walls and
some of Miller's candy. We have plen
ty of toys and dolls that came last
Money for the Orphanage may be de
posited at the banking house of Bishop
ALICE F. BEARD,
Manager of Kona Orphanage.
ENCOURAGEMENT FOR THE
MAN OF FORTY-FIVE
(Continued from page 2.)
In the legal profession Judge John A.
Blevins does not see a great deal of
hope for the man who enters it after he
has passed the age of 40, though he
agrees that its door is always open to
men at all stages of life, and a "man
might attain success though he were
50 when he entered it, providing he had
the ability necessary for advancement.
His position can not be clearlv under
stood, however, until after his words
have been read in full.
"A man may begin the practice of law
at any age. say 55, and build up a large
practice before he retires on account of
old age or other infirmities. It is pos
sible, but not probable, for no man
can secure a practice before he is pre
pared for it, and this means years of
study even after he is admitted to the
bar. When a law, student is granted
the privilege of practicing in the courts
he may think he knows it all, but will
soon find he is mistaken. If he is ad
mitted to the bar at 21 he will hardly
find himself competent to practice be
fore he is 30, and it' may be ten or
twenty years after that before he. finds
himself on a self-sustaining basis. The
young man. therefore, has but little
ground for hope of much success before
he is 40. at the earliest, and as the older
man must necessarilv go through the
same period of trials and tribulations,
I do not . see what chance there is for
him. If he is when he enters the
legal profession he would probably be
65 before he had enough cases to pay
for his board and lodging and office rent.
As you suggest, however, it sometime
depends very largely on the man. He
might', by lucky chance secure a good
case that would win for him some
reputation immediately after he was ad
mitted to the bar, and this would bring
others, but if he did not have the sub
stantial foundation that' only years, long
years, of study can tfjive, it is hardly
probable that he would be able to hold
it. As I said before, a man may enter
upon the practice of law at 45. 55. or
65, but' he would be better off if he
applied himself to somethine else that
required a less extensive preparation.
When a man has failed of success before
he is 45 what he wants after that to
win is an occupation in which returns
are quick and the amount of prepara
tion necessary the verv minimum. Be
fore 45 a man can play a waiting game;
he is still in a position to hope for re
wards in the future. After that age it
is the present that counts ; he can no
longer wait, but' must strike at the iron
of opportunity while it is still red-hot,
for it grows cold rapidly after a man
has passed 50."
The same argument about a long prep
aration being necessary for success is
found in the banking "world, though the
"door of hope" is not closed to the man
of mature years, according to Mr.
Walker Hill president of the American
"To succeed, that is. to have every
assurance of success, providing one has
ability." says Mr. Hill, "a man ought
to enter a bank before he is 30. In other
branches of business a comparatively
brief period of preparation will fit' a man
for somewhat responsible positions, but
a knowledge of the banking business,
that knowledge which the high offi
cials find necessary, must be acquired
from the ground up. It can not be gain
er in theory, not h' burnine the mid
night oil over treatises on the proper
conductment of a bank and its different
departments, but in actual practice in
its dairv work. I don't suppose there
would be any objection to the employ
ment' in a bank of an inexperienced man
of 45. if his character was all right, but
he would have to begin at the bottom,
and the fewer vears of life before him
would necesarily reduce his hope of
attaining a hieh position. Promotion in
a bank, in this bank especially, is won
entirely bv merit, and the older man
would have an eaual chance with his
youncer brother in thi respect, but
promotion in a financial institution is
also slow, so that at 65. just when ad
vancing years would comoel him to give
up active work, he would find himself
no farther advanced than the. younger
man would be at 40. Among employes
We are closing out many lines in
are offering this week special good
EXTRA GOOD VALUES.
An elegant line of our 25c Dress
Fabrlques on sale at ISc. Full range
SATIN SILK BACK.
24 inch extra heavy Satin, in all
shades; best value at $1.00.
20 inch Satin, special at 60c. Regular
HABUTAI JAP SILK.
Just received complete line in all col
ors, 23 inch, good quality, 45c. yard.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
m. i mm m
Let V represent Mary's age now.
Ann was then X years old.
2X eqauls 10, which was Mary's age when she was IO
V equals prime.
2V equals 10, and 10 equals the price of a glass of prima
l A glass of primo lager every day will keep you always
vouner. healthv and stronp- and Ann i a nlrl clip irrt-c
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Read Our Menu
Mirice Meat Pies, large size, with Brandy, each . . 35c
" " " " - " . without Brandy, each 25c.
" " " small with Brandy, each 15c.
" " " " " without Brandy, each . . . 10c
Apple, Custard, Peach, Cranberry, Pumpkin, Lemon
and Berry Pies, large 25c.
Same Filling, in small Pies 10c.
Jelly Rolls, Wine, Pound, Fruit and Cup Cakes, Lady
Fingers, Macaroons, Chocolate, Cocoanut and Jelly Layers,
ICE CREAM, any flavor.
The finest and best one-pound box of Mixed Candies in
the city for 50c. each."
Please send in your orders early to ensure prompt
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
J. OSWALD LUTTED, Manager.
DO YOU. WANT SUGGESTIONS
FOR DECORATING YOUR HOUSE? Then let us show you our
ideas. We have the latest coloring and patterns in
ARTISTIC WALL PAPERS.
We have decorated a portion of our shop, showing novel combinations,
so that your house may be different than your neighbor's at little expense.
STANLEY STEPHENSON, Wall Paper Artist, King Street.
of experience, so long as they are able
to attend properly to their duties, to
attend to them in an expeditious and
tnorough manner, maturer years cut no
figure whatsoever. A man of 60 is apt
to be just as valuable as a man of 40,
perhaps even a little more so. To the
employment of men of maturer years
who have had previous experience in
banking we could not. of course, have
any objection whatever. In the business
world in general, however. I think a
man of 45 has just as good a chance
of getting work and of succeeding as a
younger man. If a man is strong and
well. I do not believe that mature years
would ever be urged as an obiection
against his employment either in this
citv or anvwhere else."
The funeral of the late Col. W. H.
Cornwell will take place tomorrow aft
ernoon. About 2 o'clock the casket will
be taken to the Masonic Temple where
the Masonic rites will be held over the
remains. Shortly before three the body
will be taken to Central Union church,
where services, under the auspices of
the order will commence at 3 o'clock.
Those desiring to send flowers may
send them fo Central Union churcfc be
tween 12:30 and 2 o'clock.
The pallbearers will be Hon. R. M.
Damon, Col. Samuel Parker, W. M.
Giffard, Godfrey Brown, C. P. Iaukea.
Arthur A. Wilder, Prince David Kawa
nanakoa. J. M. Dowsett, Robert "W.
Shingle and J. F. Bowler.
our Dry Goods department and
values in wash dress fabriquerf.
We invite inspection.
By steamer Alameda we received tb
latest novelties in Laces, complete line
of wood Fibre Bands in black, ecru
FEATHER BOAS AND
stock Just oDened.
We announce our arrival of a
Of Ladies'. Men's and Children's
CUSHION TOPS AND BACKS
Hand painted in flower designs, lim
ited Quantity. On sale at 75c.
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of Good Things:
THE SMART BOY
The boy must be strong
before he can be smart. The
sick boy has his body to at
tend to first, even though his
brain goes a-begging.
Scott's Emulsion gives
strong healthy bodies to little
boys and girls. By good feed
ing and gentle stimulation it
paves the way for bright and
Scott's Emulsion, then the
strength of good health, then
the bright developing mind
that is often the progress of a
Little daily doses of Scott's
"Pmiilcinn on'vA ctrencrfh to
weak children and fatten the
ararvrfr Box ML
children's needs. jftQ Co
V?t1 send you a sample free o?cnjer8 jQ
SCOTT &. BOWNE, 409 Pearl Str f Fine MattlnffS,
y& Trunks, Ebony
o Stools, Rattan