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HONOLULU, MAY u,
MOBI GAYETY AT
HAWAIIAN TONIGHT
LOCAL BREVITIES.
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imber of the officers and ladies of
the Xinth Infantry, Manager Church
has consented to have another dance
at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel tonight
in honor of the famous regiment. The
dance last night was so popular that
the universal cry was for "more." To
add to the enjoyment of the evening
the famous Native Quintet Club of
the Ellis Brothers will play and sing
during dinner and afterwards for the
dance. Captain Berger and his world
renowned Royal Hawaiian band wOl
play in the hotel park during the in
termissions of the dances. As this
band has a reputation second to few
in the world it is safe to say that the
Ninth will be at the Hawaiian en
masse.
Furthermore, several members of
the Ninth Infantry orchestra, an or
ganization second to none in the U.
S. Army, have promised that this or
chestra will play a few selections dur
ing the evening. In other words, as
usual. Manager Church is keeping
things going for his guests, and the
"Army and Navy Hotel" will be a
scene of great gayety tonight.
All officers of the U. S. S. Boston
and the U. S. S. Ranger, If in port,
are particularly wished to be present
as this is their last night here and
of course all other army and navy
Vfflcers as well as the Honolulu pub
lic are most cordially invited to attend.
Home is all right but you
want to feel good when you
get there.
It isn't nice for the folks
to have you go home played
out and then fall asleep be
fore dinner.
'A glass of cold beer and a
snack to eat at the CRITER
ION before you catch your
car will make you feel like a
new man.
Corner Hotel and Bethel Streets.
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor.
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MSI NESS LOCALS.
Furnished rooms at 1050 Beretania
street.
North, south, east, west, Primo
Lager pleases best.
See Morgan's auction column for
sales for the week.
The Hawaiian Trust Co. will provide
bonds and sureties when needed.
The Stockyards now nave automo
bile for hire by the day or hour.
Lutted's Hawaiian poi in pound-cans
for gale by all druggists and grocers.
The best of talk is cheap when you
own a Victor Talking Machine. Berg
strom Music Co.
A gold cross has been lost. Finder
please return to St. Andrew's Priory
and receive reward.
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. have
received the very latest ideas in the
popular Premo Cameras.
The Hicks freckle cure has caught
on with the ladies. Free samples at
Miss Wynn's, Hotel street.
"We carry the largest and best as
sortment of furniture of any dealer in
town. Porter Furniture Co.
We have received an unusually fine
assortment of recent novels for sum
mer readipg. Hawaiian News Co.
There is no butter a good as Cali
fornia Rose Creamery butter. Price
35 cents per pound. Henry May & Co.
Dr. A. J. Derby, who has been ill
for some time with grippe, is improv
ing and expects to be in his office next
week.
Don't forget the half price sale of
fine and stylish millinery at Claire's
today. Corner Hotel and Union streets,
up stairs.
Columbia dry cell batteries are the
strongest in the world and especially
valuable to automobilists. Hawaiian
Electric Co.
A black hand-bag containing a
purse and some photographs has been
lost. Reward if finder will return
to this office.
If you have anything to sell, send It
to the Fisher, Abies Co.. and have the
same added to their regular Saturday
miscellaneous sale.
A pair of gold-rimmed eye glasses,
also silver belt clasp, have been lost.
Reward if finder will return the same
to the Hawaiian Hotel.
Herpicide Newbro's Herpicide for
the hair. Hollister Drug Co.. agents
for this Territory. Ask your barber
to use some in your hair.
Two residences close to the car sta
tions and convenient to town may be
rented of Trent & Co. at reasonable
rates. Office 938 Fort street.
Avoid imitations by looking for the
registered trade mark "Ruberoid,"
which is stamped on every four feet
of the roofing. Lewers & Cooke. Ltd.
The Ford automobile is rapidly be
coming the favorite car for Honolu
lans. Its reliability makes it popular
and it possesses many points of ex
cellence unknown to other makes.
Ready for view and trial at the Schu
man Carriage Co., Ltd.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Beginning May 15, the Alexander
Young Hotel will be operated on both
the American and European plans.
NOAH W. GRAY,
Manager.
Claus Spreckels was slightly indls
posed yesterday.
Hawaiian Tribe meets this evening
for regular business.
i Ex-Senator Thurston will defend Sen
Jfetor Mitchell at the coming trial.
w. E. Chapman, a teacher from the
Philippine Islands, visited the Royal
school yesterday.
Any contributions to the Gulick Me
morial fund will be received by Geo
P. Castle at his office.
Col. Geo. Smith Anderson of the
Sth I'. S. Cavalry called on Governor
Carter yesterday afternoon.
The class day exercises of the Ka
mehameha School for Boys will be
held May 20, at 1:30 o'clock.
It is now rumored that former Judge
Geo. D. Gear desires the Republican
nomination for sheriff of Oahu.
Dave Barry, champion of Hawaii
fought Tommy Burns at Taeoma and
got a decision after twenty rounds,
i Rev. Dr. Kincaid stepped from
moving car the other night and was
thrown down and badly shaken up.
Y. Ahoo gave a luau Tuesday night
for a large number of his friends, in
cluding territorial and federal officials
Governor Carter leaves early this
morning for the other side of this is
land and will therefore not be at the
Capitol today.
Federal Judge Bellinger, who is re
ported seriously ill, is an uncle of Mrs.
Lillian Shrewsbury Mesick of Moun
tain "View, Olaa.
The Democratic county convention
for Oahu will be held at Waverly hall
on May 23, or three days after the Re
publican convention.
Pacific Rebekah Lodge this evenin
at 7:30 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall.
visiiiner members of the order are
kindly invited to attend.
Attorney General Andrews said late
yesterday afternoon that he was not
aware of any hitch in the matter of
having a test of the County Act. made.
A cablegram was read at the meet
ing of the Chamber of Commerce trus
tees yesterday, stating that Senator
Foraker could not visit Hawaii this
year.
Governor Carter's nominations of
election inspectors will be sent to the
Senate today. They are supposed to
represent the tlvee pc "ties in each
precinct. j
Col. TV. F. Allen, a former presi
dent of the Chamber of Commerce,
has reigned his membership therein
owing to illness. L. Tenney Peck is
the latest acquisition to the roll of
members.
Lilian Leslie is said to have had
about $60,000 worth of jewels when she
passed th?ough Honolulu on the way
to Hongkong. They are said to have
been given her by defaulter Smith of
San Francisco.
Don't forget that Hiawatha, his
grandmother Xokomis, his charming
bride Minnehaha, Pau Pau Keewis.
Chiblabos and the rest of the tribe of
brave warriors will be at Kamehame
ha Girls' School on Saturday evening.
May 13, at eight o'clock. Admission
only fifty cents.
All charter members who did not
attend the last meeting of the Camoes
Circle, No. 240. are earnestly request
ed to be present, at the meeting this
evening as some very important busi
ness is to be discussed. The meeting
take place at San Antonio Hall,
Vineyard street.
Mr and Mrs. William G. Irwin and
family will leave for their beautiful
home in Honolulu early in June, to
remain at least five or six months.
Accompanying them will be Miss Mar
garet Hyde-Smith, their guest. This
charming and popular young girl is
looking forward with keen expectation
to the joys in store for 'her. Chroni
cle. Mrs. MacArthur, wife of Lieut. Mac
Arthur. U. S. N.. is sailing within a
few days for Japan, where she will join
her husband, whose ship is the United
States ship Ohio, stationed at the pres
ent time in Japanese waters. Mrs.
MacArthur will live with her mother-in-law.
Mrs. MacArthur. the wife of
General Arthur MacArthur. Miss Lily
McCalla. sister of Mrs. MacArthur Jr..
will accompany her to the Orient, and
probably remain there the length of
the others' stay. Chronicle.
LACE CURTAINS
At 33 1-3 Discount
THIS WEEK!
Odd Fairs and Samples of Curtains
that are as new in style as they are
In design.
Note These Bargains:
ECRU AND WHITE NET CURTAINS,
of double twisted net, trimmed with
Battenberg insertion and edging.
Per pair, $3.00 and upwards.
IRISH POINT APPLIQUE CUR
TAINS, very handsome, 3 1-2 yards
long. $5.50.
BONNE FEMME CURTAINS, the very
latest, one curtain for a window,
of double twisted net, Battenberg
trimmed with full flounce bottom.
$3.00 and upwards.
DOTTED SWISS CURTAINS, with
ruffles, 3 yards long. $1.50.
MADRAS COTTAGE CURTAINS, with
delicately colored borders, $2.25.
NEW NOTTINGHAM LACE CUR
TAINS, full length. 75c and up
wards. ODD PAIRS AND SAMPLES NOT
TINGHAM LACE CURTAINS.
Regular Price. Sale Price.
51.00 $ -63
ji.50 nw
$2.25 per p-air $1.50
MADRAS COTTAGE CURTAINS
Usually $4.25 a pair, on sale at
$2.85.
APPLIQUE CURTAINS.
Regular Price. Sale Price.
$5.50 -65
$8.50 5
$9.50 per pair $6.35
I t SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
" LIMITED
COR. FORT AND BERETANIA STS.
No Guess Work
about Anti-Grippe
Tablets They
Cure Golds and
Grip
From many parts of the world we
get mail orders for Anti-Grippe Tab
lets. Those who have tried them can
get nothing that will equal this valu
able cold and grip cure. It is safe,
agreeable, Quick.
If you want to keep well invest 25c
in a bottle of this splendid remedy and
nip the cold at the start. No invest
ment pays such health dividends. Ac
cept no substitute.
OURNEY
THE ONLY CLE AX ABLE.
The only with a REMOVABLE
C O M PART ME N T.
3 ICE
H0BR0N DRUG CO.
Ehlers's Block, Fort St.
NEW MILLINERY ALWAYS THE
LATEST STYLES AT
Miss Power's
MILLINERY PARLORS,
Boston Building, Fort Street-
RbmH5mEBKu..-..--. null in nr iitim. - ' I affSb
New Goods . . .
CORSETS Latest styles ; rust-proof and guaranteed.
BATISTE Fancy designs. See our window.
BATHING SUITS The finest choice in the city.
PATTERNS McCall's latest; perfect in every way.
SILKS Handsome ; in one dress length
TOWELS Ye do the trade.
TABLE DAMASK AND NAPKINS Direct from manu-
facturer.
On easy terms.
One-third down, balance in equal installments.
1.1.
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LIMITED.
DISTRIBUTORS.
A Good Smoke
The best 5c cigar in the market.
Daniel Deronda Landus, guaranteed
clear Havana filler and wrapper.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO.. LTD.
Distributer.
Corner King and Bethel.
Rad-
THE MAN ON TBE BOX
By Harold Macgrath
THE BOOK OF THE HOUR!
WALL, JTICHOLS CO.
AT.
E. W. JORDAN & Co., LTD.
Second Week
Of Our Big Cut Price
SALE
Amongst Hundreds of Other Bargains
And Every Day Thi Week
THE FOLLOWING MONEY SAVING ATTRACTIONS WILL
BE ON OFFER.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT:
Ready made pillow slips, 15c, 20c. Full size good quality
sheets, 50c, 65c. Table damask, 22 1-2C, 30c, 35c., 45c, 50c.,
65c., 75c, $1.25, $1.50. Lace curtains, 65c, 75c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00. Blankets, white and colored, 60c, 65c, $1.
00, $1.25, $1.75. Bedspreads, full size, 65c, 75c, 85c, $1.15, $1.
25, $1.50, $1.75. Towels, 65c, 75c, $1.00, S1.25, S1.50, $1.75,
$2.00, $2.25 per dozen.
DRESS DEPARTMENT:
50 pieces new lawns, 30 inches wide, 14 yards for $1.00. 36
pieces new colored dotted swiss, 10 yards for $1.00. Wlute
striped muslin dimities, Persian lawns at special cut prices for
the sale.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR:
Ladies' drawers, 40c, 50c, 65c, 85c, $1.00. Chemises, 50c, 60c.,
75c, $1.00, $1.25.' Night gowns, 50c, 85c, Si.oo, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS:
A grand assortment of white shirt waists, correctly cut, pre
vailing styles, 33 i-c. off regular prices. Special A great pui
chase of madras shirt waists, new patterns, worth $1.00 for 45c.
EVERY LINE WE OFFER AT THIS SALE IS
POSITIVELY A BARGAIN.
L. B.
KERR & CO.
Alakea Street.
LTD.
NEW
Tennis Nets, Rackets, Wright & Ditson
1905 Balls, and ofher athletic goods.
The Celebrated Underwood Typewriters visible
writing.
Other Second Hand Machines for sale or rent.
A full line of Typewriter Supplies ; Fine Papers all
grades.
Globe Wernicke Office Cabinets and Supplies ; Die
bold Safes.
Awnings, Tents and Curtains-
PEARSON ft POTTER CO., LTD.
931 Fort Street
All that We Ask You
Is to test by taste, compare prices and we are practical
ly certain that we shall have you for a steady customer
when you buy butter.
Crystal Springs Butter
Is always fresh and fine-flavored and when you eat it
your thoughts go back to the daisied meadows of your
childhood's days. The quality never varies. It is pure
and sweet all the time.
TWO POUNDS FOR 65 CENTS.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45.
CHICAGO
IN LESS 0 f71 VC
than o Lrlx3
and over The Only Double-Track Railway between the Mi
ouri River and Chicago.
THREE FAST TRAINS DAILY
v VIA
SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS
Overland Limited. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 10.00 a.
m. dally. The most Luxurious Train In the World. Electric Lighted
Throughout. Double Drawlng-Room, Sleeping Cars, Composite, Observa
tion, Buffet, Smoking and Library Car. Dining Cars, Meals a la Carte.
Less than three days to Chicago without change.
Eastern Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 6.00 p.
m. Daily. Through Pullman Palace and Sleeping Cars to Chicago. Din
ing Cars. Free Reclining Chair Cars.
Atlantic Express. Vestibuled. Leaves San Francisco at 9 a. m.
Dally. Standard and Tourist Sleepera
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The best of everything.
r. r. ritchib, q. a. p. c. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RY.
61 7 Market Steet, (Palace Hotel) Sao Francisco
mr H. P. Company's Agent.
JL Lando
Our Belts Suspenders Trunks Gloves
Spring Neck- Hanck'fs J and Under-
and r- 1 r"t
Summer wear Duck Valises wear,
Stock Hats Pants Shirts Etc.
1654 Fort Street, L O. O. F. Building and 152 Hotel Street.
Change of Arrangements at
The Alexander Young Hotel
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Alexander Young Hotel
will be operated on both the
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLANS
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NOAH W. GRAY, Manager.
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FRED. L. WALDRON,
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A Drink for the Connoisseur.
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RYE AND BOURBON 1885
inspection, which the distillers
W. A. GAINES &. GO.
Have carried in the original barrels for 17 years.
All of this rare whiskey has been bottled under t
supervision at the distillery warehouse and is guaran
by the distillers. Price, $20.00 a case.
Not obtainable in bulk.
For sale by
W. C. PEACOCK & CO . Ltd.
Sole Distributors for
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
SPECIAL SALE OF
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Child's Wash Headwear
Caps, Sunbonnets and Hats
Nice white wash caps, as low as 10c. each. Also
New pattern batistes, 15c. a yard.
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