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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JUNE
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You can not be sure that
your home will not be the next
Loose matches, careless elec
tric wiring, an incendiary, or
one of a host of other causes
may deprive you of your house.
It's best to have foresight and
let the insurance company pro
tect you. We issue best policies.
TRENT & CO.
Junethe Month of Brides and Roses
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When the Slock
Come here where vre serve a fine
lunch with a cold drink for 25c.
All you -want to eat, good, every
bit of it; no delay.
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Hotel and Bethel Sts. II
Leaving Honolulu every Tuesday by
the S. S. KINAU, and returning by the
same vessel on Saturday of the week
One Day in Hilo. Eight Days at the
ONLY FIFTY DOLLARS.
Tickets and information regarding
the trip can be had from
Henry Waterhousc Trust Co., Ltd.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
Telephone "Exchange" 4.
Shirtwaist values up to $2 for 50c. at
New millinery at Kerr's sale.
A By Authority notice to water con
sumers appears ii this issue.
Do not worry about that bald spot.
Use Herpicide and stop its extension.
A No. 3 full Brownie camera has
been lost. Please return to Advertiser
A High School sundae at Benson,
'Smith & Co.'s satisfies hot weather
Buy your dress goods at Kerr's sale.
The list of f officers of the Peerless
Preserving Pa'int Co., Ltd., appears in
June brides and June roses dwell in
harmony if Libby's cut-glass accom.
An opportunity is open for young
graduates to sell indispensable office
fixtures. See ad.
$13 Panama hats for $10 at Kerr's sale
A large stock of High School and Pu
nahou pins at H. F. Wichman & Co.,
Ltd.. Fort street.
Whitney & Marsh will hold a big
special sale of Indian Head laces and
embroideries next Monday.
Baby carriages and go-carts; nouiuig
S- ' fetter ever shown than those on sale
at Hopp & Co.'s, King street.
Buy your boys' clothing at Kerr's
sale and save money.
$1.25 white walking skirts for 95c. at
Try Mamma's Pancake Flour for de
licious cakes tomorrow morning. Your
grocer has it. Ready for use.
A furnished ' house, modern conve
niences, on Young street, Punahou dis
trict, is offered for rent. See ad.
A Chinese girl, sixteen years old.
wishes employment at housework or
embroidering to order. See classified
Bargains in shoes at Kerr's sale to
day. Store open until 9 o'clock.
A music roll, 'containing exercise
books, has been lost. Finder please
return to Advertiser office and be re
warded. All outstanding accounts against the
Board of Agriculture and Forestry
should be presented before July 5. See
New stock of silk gloves, elbo-w
lengths, in black and white, selling for
$1.50 a pair at Blom's, where the great
est clearance sale in the history
Honolulu is now on.
Twenty-five per cent, reduction on
-!iunks and suitcases at Kerr's sale to--TsSy.
I May & Co. have just received a large
; shipment of Co'gate &Co.'s fancy toilet
I soaps, including -Turkish Bath," "San
I dalwood." "Oatmeal,". "Italian Violet,"
I "Almond Cream," ' Bay Rum," "Glycer
i ine," "Honey" and "Cashmere
Please do your shopping early today,
as we close at 1 p. m. Sachs & Co.
Rev. D. D. Wallace of Christ church,
Kona, is visiting Maui.
Page rank tonight at William Mc
Kinley Lodge No. 8, K. of P.
A date for the new trial of J. Lor
Wallac-h for perjury has not yet been
Herman Focke has returned from a '
visit of inspection to Pioneer planta
tion. Judge C. F. Hart has returned from
a visit to his plantation at Niulii, Ha
Ceorge Kunkel, formerly well known
here, is playing with the San Francisco
Nearly 300 men are employed by the
county road department in repairing
and oiling city streets.
Surveys for the proposed modification
of location of the Hilo Breakwater are
being made by Bert Loebenstein.
Professor John S. Donaghho addressed
the meeting of the Hawaiian Engiaeer-
ing Association on the subject of tides.
The first of a series of Ladies' Night
dinners was given at the University
Club last evening. All the tables were
The Board of Supervisors of the
county of Hawaii has paid the Hono
lulu Iron Works bill of $3575 for a
S. JL Ballou was reelected president
of the Honolulu Chess Club, Thursday
night, and A. A. Hobson was reelected
secretary and treasurer.
The next meeting of the Buckeye
Club will be held at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Thrum, 1934 King
street, at 7:30 Tuesday evening.
At the closing exercises of the Normal
school next Thursday there will be an
interesting exhibition of lace and other
work of the pupils in the practise
The Board of Regents are considering
the feasibility of using a part of the
old Chinese consulate property for col
lege purposes until the new buildings
Superintendent Babbitt, in planning
the High School building, has in view
its adaptation to future enlargement
without doing violence to its architect
ural proportions and symmetry.
Every member of the St. Louis Col
lege Alumni Association Is requested
per order of the president to be present
at the dedication ceremony of the new
clubhouse this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The Alexander Young Cafe will close,
as such, with the present week. The
soda fountain, candy counter, etc., will
be continued and it is understood that
breakfasts and light lunches will be
The annual meeting and election of !
officers of the St. Louis College Alumni
Association will be held at their new
clubhouseon Union street tomorrow,
June 16, at 10 a. m. A full attendance
is requested of all members.
Coroner Jarrett's jury, in the case of
James Bruce, the negro private of the
Tenth Cavalry who was drowned while
swimming near the naval slips Thurs
day afternoon, yesterday morning re
turned a verdict of accidental drowning.
There is to be a game of baseball
this afternoon that will be worth while.
The Samts are to battle with the Pu
nahous and the Kams will try conclu
sions with the Diamond Head team. It
will be one of the best days of the sea
A new automobile speeder is to be
built for the Oahu Railroad & Land
Company. The speeder will be equip
ped with a twenty-horse-power engine
and be much stronger and faster than
the one now in use.
The I. O. O. F. annual memorial ser
vices will be held in Odd Fellows' hall
ot 2 p. m. tomorrow, and all members
of the order are invited to be present.
Canton Oahu, P. M., is expected to at
tend at 1:30 in full uniform to take
part in the exercises.
Two heavy shocks of earthquake are
reported as having occurred last Tues
day morning at 3:43 and fifteen minutes
later, on Hawaii. The lava flow from
the late outbreak is throwing off great
volumes of steam aue to tne rainiau
on the still hot mass.
Land Commissioner J. W. Pratt is
going to Kauai the first of the coming
week to see what is doing with the Ka
paa lands. He will go over them with
the surveyor, now for some time past
on the ground, and also meet some ot
the applicants for homesteads.
Xo doubt among- the prospective brides of merrv Tune
are some of your young friends.
Perhaps you already have the invitations to the wedding.
Perhaps the question of suitable gifts is giving you oc
casional serious moments.
Why not settle it at once? We can help vou o'er the diffi
culty with suggestions by the score we're primed for uch
Xo finer display of Cut Glass rich, deep cutting was
ever shown here, and the other departments are likewise teem
ing with gift suggestions.
Don't worry come in today.
W. W. DimOND & CO.
The most up-to-date Building Engineers, Architects and Construct
ors of the Mainland unhesitatingly recommend the
Felt, Pitch and Gravel Roof
on account of its many advantages. Let us tell you about them or
better still, let us estimate your next job for you.
PEERLESS PRESERVING PAINT CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE MAIN 352 , OFFICE, 20 QUEEN STREET
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Beady-to-put-on Clothes wear bet
ter, look better, hang better and
cost less than any salt a tailor
will make you to order. -
Copyright 1907 by
Hart Schaffher if Marx
'B s woggety.
- IT MIKEE ISLAND
Tomorrow's public Sunday band con
cert will be at Makee Island, Waikiki,
beginning at 3 o'clock, when the fol
lowing program will be played:
"The Old Hundred."
Overture "Road to Glory" Kling
Gavotte "Princess May" .....Kottaun
Ballad "Light of the World".. Adams
"Reminiscences of Verdi" Godfrey
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. Ar. by Berger
Finale "Belisario" Donizetti
Fantasia "Vienna Blood" Strauss
Overture "Esmeralda" Herman
"The Star Spangled Banner."
The band will play this afternoon at
the baseball games.
AN AVALANCHE OF
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Lots Of Ginger
In Town Talk Today. The STAR to
day will have some interesting conv
ment by "The Man About Town."
There will be other features worth
your time and attention. The Ha
waiian STAR is a good evening news
paper. Its writers are keen, alert
men, and the result Is a first-crass
journal. If you are not a reader of
The Star, buy a copy tonight. For
sale on all trahis and street cars.
The entire stock at marked down
prices. Positively the greatest Honey
Saving Event of the year. Not merely
a special sale of certain lines, but a
General Breaking of Prices on the en
A1.1 goods marked in plain figures,
and sold for cash only,
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Go., Ltd
At the Queen's Hospital yesterday
morning at 11:30, Miss Manele Laanu
ptssed away. She had 1 been operated
upon for appendicitis and appeared to
rally, but yesterday sank rapidly. Miss
Laanui was 26 years of age and was
born in Honolulu. She was the daugh
ter of Gideon D. Laanui and was the
great-great-granddaughter of Isaac
Davis. She was a second cousin of
Miss Lucy Peabody and also of Mrs
Miss Laanui was educated at St. An
drew's Priory, her home being with
The body was taken to the under
taking parlors of Henry Williams and
the burial will take place from St
Andrew's cathedral on Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. The interment will
be in Xuuanu cemetery, where her sis
ter is buried.
Ralph Johnstone of the Internal Rev
enue Department returned yesterday
from Kona where he has been repre
senting the government at the new
okolehao distillery. Xo commercial
run-off of distilled liquor has yet been
There is no dead, or shop-worn stock
among the candies of the Alexander
Young Cafe. The demand is steady and
the factory supplies it daily.
Ring Up Main 212
For a Messenger
Yesterday was the fifth day of the
5th moon with the Chinese. It is a
festival of school children, signalizing
the beginning of vacation, which Is
universally and most joyously cele
brated throughout the eelestial empire.
Here the day is more quietly yet not
perfunctorily observed by the Chinese
colony with feasting in the homes and
ruenies in the eountrv. Alemters ot
the rising generation of Chinese in Iio
nolulu gave evidence of having a good
time yesterday and exploded firecrack
ers with a prodigality and vim which
might be envicl by young America on
the Fourth of Julv.
"DOWN WHERE THE WXJEZBEE-
Pilsner and Wurzberger beer on
draught at Scotty's Royal Annex, Mer
Gas is the best fuel.
BIG MONDAY SPECIAL
enuine Indian Head
33 Inches Wide
Uo a Yardl
Lace and Embroideries
At Reduced Prices
Whitney & Rflarsfo
at your door every morning. Also Pies, Cakes and Pastry
of all kinds.
Send in your orders for delivery beginning Monday.
You know what we can do in the bread and cake line.
The Palm Gafe
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A RAINIER TOAST
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The burning questions of the day
The papers agitate, they say,
And yet, unnoticed, and unsung
Is one that smacks of foreign tongue;
The "Snark" is truly queer in name,
The shark is better known to fame,
The "Snark" she sails the bright, blue sea,
The sharks look on and murmur: "Geel"
JACK AND HIS "SNARK r
Drink Rainier Beer
C. A. Nelson, - - - Agent,
THOXE WHITE 1331.
FINE CREPE EMBROIDERED DRESS PATTERN. Price $10.
LINEN AND CREPE SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS.
SILK KIMONOS AND KIMONO JACKETS. .
SILK FANS, HAND-BAGS, CARD CASES, ETC.
1120 N.UUAXU STREET. NEAR HOTEL.
NOW IN FULL SWING
Bargains in all departments. Every ar
ticle reduced in price and marked in plain
Our entire stock is at your disposal at
prices ranging from
25 Cents on the Dollar Below
You are invited to call and examine
our goods and prices.
L. B. Kerr& Co., Ltd.