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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER HONOLULU, JUNE ig, xgo6.
9000000000009 090080S090fflOOOOOSO080 OtOCOOO O9OKtOfO0OO OtOeOOOOO(KOOO0OO 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 9 0 Going Away 0 0 r 0 m It's an easy job for the bat-ber to part the Lair oa a head like this. it's just as easy to prevent baldness if you only do the right thing. Baldness is almost always a sure sign of neglect: it is the story of neg lected dandruff. Dandruff is untidy, unnecessary, and unhealthy. cures dandruff and prevents baldness. You save your hair and you are spared the nnnoyance of untidy clothicg. It also stops falling of the hair, and makes the hair grow thick and long. Do aot ie deceived by cheap imita tions srhioh will only disappoint you. Be sure you get AVER'S Hair Vigor, repsred oy Dr.J.C. Ayet STCoLoweil. .Mass.. U.S. A HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents. Kaimuki Heights ANY TIME EVERY DAY Camera Obscura, , Merry-go-round. Hawaiian Grass Huts, Open-air Skating Rink, Animals, Birds, etc., etc. Music Saturdays and Sundays. Don't Miss a Good Time! The woman behind the rocket book Is the one compares quality and price of the delicious tender meats we sell. She realizes that it is the combination of both that induces her to place her orders with us. C O Ye Hob & Co Telephone Main 251. i' Headquarter for Automobile! with a fully equipped fireproof garage. VON HAMM-YOUNG CO. LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATE CANDIES, We have just received a fresh supply of these celebrated sweets. Chocolate Almonds, Assorted Nuts and Mixed Chocolates. Try a box. HENRY MAY 4 CO.. LTD. Retail 22 Telephones Whole sale 92. School vacation time calls for home entertainment to keep young folks i at of mischief. These two ends are met by BOOKS, GAMES. TOYS, DOLLS, ETC., which may be found suitable to various ages, of either sex, at Thos. G. Thrum's Book and Stationery Store, 3063 Fort St. S. FUJIMURA MASSAGE Rkeumatism, Bruises. Sprains. Tired fertlng and other Aliments QUICKL.T WttJEVED. 444 Kin? Street. Pal a ma, PHONE WHITE 135L 9 3aw OmoF ATTRACTIONS AT THE Z O Q ooooooooodoo(ooccooeooc ooO0ooo HEALANIS AFTER RACES For First Time in Three 1 Years Crews Go lo ' Peninsula. This year is the first time in three years that the Healani crews have gone down to Pearl Harbor for train ing for the championship contests. The success of their rivals, the Myrtles, however, has shown them that a train ing spell at the Peninsula benefits a crew to the extent of the difference between winning and losing a race. The B!ues have thelr'headquarters at J. F. Colburn's place where a training table has been established. If the He alanis don't win both races this year it won't be for lack of hard work. Fred Damon is coaching the crews and Sam Walker is assisting him, as Well as attending to commissary and other mat'ers connected with the camp. The crews are as follows: .. " Senior Jarrett. stroke; Wilson, No. 3; McOorriston. No. 2; Fernandez, bow. Junior Dixon, stroke; ' Blackman, No. 3: Robinson, No. 2; Sullivan,' bow. I CURE If so, I can cure you. What you lack is just what electricity sup plies. My belt will cure vou, and if vou wrill'come to me you will soon be ; one of '.'bR. Mclaughlin's men." . I believe that the best evidence is the word of an honest man who says " l'OU CUBED ME." Waipahu, T. "H. Dr. M. G. McLaughlin Dear Sir: Your letter, in which you ask if the Belt has givn perfect satisfaction, is at hand, and I must say that it has fulfilled "my expectations to the greatest extent, for I am a differ ent man to what I was before I got the belt. Your treatment is a great boon to anyone suffering from stomach trouble. I t.m not merely rid of the pain produced by the effect of the stomach to rid itself " of the partially digested food, but I get the proper amount of nutriment from what I eat, and naturally my vitality is greatJy increased. Assuring ou of my wiidngness to recommend treatment, I re main, Yours trulV, ' - ' ALFRED BETTERIDGE. Come to me and let me cureyou. Twenty years of my life have been devoted to my trade, and I have made my Belt popular with peo ple"who are tired of drugging. I cure while you sleep. It 's. easy and pleasant. My Belt gives a current that is a glowing warmth. No burn or sting. I have a nicely illustrated book which every man should read. I will send it closely sealed, free, if you send this ad. Call if you can. DR. M. G. M'LAUGHLIN Ml&2&&bg!!a' HOTEL MHJESTIS San Francisco, Cal. Sutter and Gough Streets EUROPEAN PLAN Restaurant and Grill Room in Connection Telephone in every room. Hot and cold water. Bath. Elevator service. The only First Class Hotel now in operation. Opened June I, 1906. RATES: Single room, $2.00 per day and up. Suite, $4.00 per day and up. Buss and automobile meets everv Train and Steamer New Shipment of Sm oked FROM CONEY-MAKEE FISHING J. M. LEVY, & 'Phone Main 149. By Every Steamer from the Orient. FULL LINE OF JAPANESE AND ORIENTAL GOODS. KING STREET. NO. 30. & K. BAEKENTINE IRMGARD, Which is racing the barkentine Archer from the Coast. BARKENTINES AFTER YACHTS . Whooping down from the Coast with the trades behind them, are the ,bark entines Irmgard and Archer which left San Francisco on the 13th inst. MEN ! No matter how weak you are; how full of aches and pains; how feeble and old in your actions, you can be made a. stronger and better man by wearing my Electric Belt while you sleep. Pick out the-men who have worn my Belt. See the with heads erect,' ehest expanded, the glow of health in their cheeks, courage in their hearts, and a clasp o '.he hand that tells you 4I am a man." And how is it with youf Have you rheumatism and back pains, a dull ache and weakness over your kidneys, dull headaches, with a tired, stupid feelingf Are you losing your vitality? Do you feel yourself growing aged before your time? Are you nervous, sleepless, short of memory -and lacking spirit and self-confidence? Do you know that you are not the man yoga would like to be? Gustav Mann, Mgr. 0 0 0 0 i 0 COMPANY OF KAUAI. 4 0 t t 0 CO. IS0SHIMH. Akufle ooocooo 1 5,.. yjyiM- ; They are hot on the track of the racing yachts and the skippers of the windjammers, beside racing each other, will do theu- best to beat the trio of fleet whitewinged craft; to port. Both the Archer and Irmgard have good passages to their credit, the lat ter vessel having come down in better than nine days. ROAST WAS UNDESERVED Through a printer's error U. Lemon of the Kams. received an undeserved censure in the report of the H. A. C Kam. garhe in Sunday's Advertiser. A paragraph in .the report should have read as follows: "Lemon twisted 'em for the two opening spasms for the Kams," starting off well but weakening before the end of the second. Reuter did good work in the box but did some of the rankest throwing to first seen this season, one of his overthrows letting in two runs in thf fifth and havin? ronsidfrahlf to do with the subsequent demoralization, of his team." What did appear was: "Lemon twisted 'em for the two opening spasms for the Kams starting off well but did some of the rankest throwing to first seen this season, oi?e of his overthrows letting in two runs in the fifth and having considerable to do with the subsequent demoralization of his team," The inadvertent dropping of fifteen words caused a mix-up exceedingly un pleasant to Sir. Lemon. , EWA NINE BEAT WAIANAE Ewa and Waianae played a game of baseball at Ewa on Sunday. Ewawon by the score of 6 to 2, after a good game." Clark for the winners struck out 9, while pitcher Meyer had. 5 strike-outs to his credit. Evers of Honolulu "empired" the game. A chief of bureau in the Navy De partment tcfls a good story of the time when one of the Secretaries of the Navy got the notion into his head that officers should not permit their wives to reside at the foreign stations to which their husbands might be attached. So an order to that effect was promul gated. Soon thereafter considerable perpjexity And no little amusement was afforded the Secretary when he receiv ed the following cablegram from Com modore Fyife, then in command of the Asiatic Squadron: "Secretary Navy. Washington. It be comes my painful dputy' to report that my wife Eliza Fyffe, has in disobedi ence to my orders, and in the face of regulations of department, tak?n up her residence on the station, and per sistently refuses to leave." .- FIEE WORKS! FIRE WORKS! FIRE WORKS! A full line just received. Orders booked now. Prices right. Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd. . - THE FAVORITE GROTTO. Our chef is kpt as busy as a one-armed man engaged in the exercise of bean-bae;. The reason is easily found. Today's lunch menu, which follows, explains it : soup scotch broth, barley c'1'rried lamb a la bombay. Foiled rice german pot roast, potato PANCAKE MASKED POTATO SPINACH METIIOPOLE SALAD 25C. With Eecr, Wine, Tea or Coffee. Open all night. F. J. KILEY. Prop., Hotel and Bethel Streets. Cor. oo oooooeooeooo BASEBALL IN 1 OLD ENGLAND Situations Which Game's1 Adoption May Produce. Well, well, well! The English are taking up the great American game of baseball and the first game has teen played. One of the nines was composed of American students at Oxford University, and the other one was made up of young Englishmen from Woolwich. ,The all Ameriean team woiv 19 to 7. Two thousand Britishers were present at the game, and the cable advices stated that "they liked the game as! soon as they were able to see through its fine points, and baseball is likely to be come established over here." The whole prospect of British base ball simply swarms with chances for unusual happenings when the two countries get together at the game. There'll be an English nine organized at Stratford-on-Avon, of course, and won't it be the spectacle to see the Athletics play the American game of baseball at the home of Shakespeare, with Bender, whose ancestors were mighty red men of the American for est, in Shakespeare's time, doing the w t twirling for the Philadelphia team? Imagine, . too. the change that may come over the spirit of sporting re porting In the English newspapers. The deadly solemnity of the English style of sporting reporting would soon give wayto the blithe, gay spirit that ani mates and permeates and pervades the American game, and something like this may soon be looked for in the Liverpool Times: "The glass-finned toy dubberinoes of Liverpool were fed to the pigs yester day by the cadaverous and drooling Tigers from Detroit, over the pond. The flabby, one-lunged Hanky-panks who represent Liverpool in tne nopeies3 grab for the pennant had for the pennant had their shins toasted good by the basilisk-eyd cat tle drivers from the west. They stood around with gaping eyeballs like a hen on a hot nail, and suffered the merci less Tigers to run the bases till their necks were long with thirst. Jinkins of the Liverpool crab layout made more errors than he could have made if he'd been trying to write a thesis on the fourth dimension, and it was Jinkins who led the melancholy pro cession to the morgue. The Tigers, on the other hand, were ehock-a-blocV full of pepsky. While the Liverpool lub bers couldn't hit a brick wagon with a pick ax and ran the bases like pall bearers at a funeral, the Tigers were there with a bunch of wallops that couldn't have been moved away in a furniture van. and the spunky way they sw iped the "sacks made their op ponents look like tuppenny marbles that have been run over by the tram cars. The Liverpool Lummoxes didn't have a welt in 'em. If three-base hits were growing on the back of every man's neck they cou'dn't have reached 'em with a feather duster stuck on the end of a clothes prop. The mutts stood around and whistled for help, and they were so weak that they couldn t have lifted a crock of alf-and-'alf if t had been all foam. Everything they did was yellow, rocky and whang-basted, like a stigsstossel full of dogglegam mon. The game was whiskered and frostbitten so far as the Lummoxes were concerned. The Liverpool Lum moxes haven't got a chance, in the world for even a piece of the change, and there wasn't a minute during the bum game when we didn't feel like picking up and going uh-w'y from there." Oh no: there won't be any chance to start something" if the English folk get tied up with the American game of ball. Urrah for the London Larrupers arm the Liverpool Lummoxes: A MEDICINE THAT WILL CURE CHRONIC DIARRHOEA. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the most success ful medicine in the -erld for bowel complaints, and is the only remedy that will cure chronic diarrhoea. Every bottle is warranted. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii. No Tangles vp Beprs. wines and liquors served at the ANNEX are of the high est possible quality. We don't keep tanglesap in any way, shape, form, manner or guise. The noon lunch is liberal In quantity, excellent in quality, and is promptly served. SCOTIY'S Royal Annex OPPOSITE POLICE STATION. Holiday time is at hand. If you are going away v m will need a i place in which to leave your valu ables. You can rent a box in our safety-deposit vaults for $3 per yeai and up. Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd. Fort Street, Honolulu. Bishop Trust Co. Limited Transact a general trust and security business. Manage Estates, real and per sonal. Act as Executor, Guardian, As signee or Trustee. Safe Deposit Coxes for Rent. 75 MERCHANT STREET, Honolulu. WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. LTD. Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager John D. Spreckels.. First Vice-President W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice-President H. M. Whitney Treasurer Richard Ivers Secretary E. I. Spalding Auditor 8UQAR FACTORS AND commission Aoxurra. AGENTS FOR V Oceanic Steamship Co., San Fran cisco, Cal. ' , Western Sugar Refining Co., San Francisco, Cal. , Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila delphia, Pa. " Newall Universal Mill Co.. Manu facturers of National Cane Shreder, New York.iN. Y. Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San Francisco, Cal. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD. AGENTS FOR THE Royal Insurance Co., of Liverpool, England. Alliance Assurance Co., of London, England. Scottish Union & National Insurance Co., of Edinburgh, Scotland. Fire Association of Philadelphia. Alliance Insurance Corporation, Ltd. Wilhelma of Magdeburg General In surance Co. , Fire Insurance THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO, LIMITED. General Agents for Hawaii. Atlas Assurance Company of London. Phoenix Assurance Company of Lon don. New York Underwriters' Agency. Providence Washington Insurance j Company. Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building. HAWAII SHINPO SHA THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINT ing office. The publisher of Hawaii Shinpo, the only daily Japanese, paper published in the Territory of Hawaii. C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor. Editorial and Printing Office 1020 Smith St., above King. Phone Main 43. C. BREWER & CO., LTD. Sugar Factors and Commitsioai Merchants. LIST OF OFFICERS: C. M. Cooke. President; George M. Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop. Treasurer and Secretary; F. W. Mac farlane. Auditor; P. C. Jones, C. M. Cooke, J. it. Gait, Directors. All Tourists Get Their JAPANESE KIMONOS iind such goods at FUKURODA'S. 2S-32 HOTEL STREET. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. FOR $1.00 AND UP, Also Kimonos and Pajamas, AT YAMATOYA Nuuanu Street, one door above Pauahl. P. O. Box 822. r . WO SING, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. Now at 11S6-11S8 Nuuanu Street CALIFORNIA ROLL BUTTER. Kc per pound. Phone Main 23S. Orders promptly attended tc. EAGLE CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS. Fort Streft. opposite Star Bio' k t iniFS AND GENTS' CLOTHING CLEANED AT LOWEST PRICES. Phone White 2362.