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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU. THURSDAY, JUNE 2$. 1908.
Lots are now being sold in
Honolulu's choicest suburb
at low prices and on easy
terms. Try to break the
rent habit and get a home
before prices are higher.
Trent Trust Company
Will bo paid by tne HAWAIIAN GA
BETTE CO., LTD.. for the arrest and
conviction of any person found stealing
copies of the Advertiser from ad
dresses of subscribers.
C. S. CRANE,
IT'S ALL IX
and being -willing to take the
trouble. But it makes our
different from all the rest.
C. J. McCarthy
W. L. Howard nas ror rent a fine
residence at Wahiawa.
A gentleman keeping house alone ad
vertises in classified column today.
f Railway and Inter-Island shipping
books for sale at Gazette Office.
Get your plumbing done by Sing
Chan Co., King street, opposite Aala
tee Kwong Hing Chong & Co.. 1024
Nuuanu avenue, about a camphirwood
A medal given for excellence at Sa
cred Heart School has been lost. See
There Is a purchaser for second-hand
films and slides in Honolulu. See
A notice of a special meeting of the
Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber Co. ap
pears in this issue.
Get the wireless habit. Talk to your
island friends by wireless. Tou'll be
si prised at the low rates.
Put your order for theater tickets in
the hands of the Territorial Messenger
Service and save waiting in line.
To the man who knows and enjoys
a good cigar, there is none that can
compare with the Lawrence Barrett
Morgan SlMIs today the furniture at
1434 King street, the residence of Mrs.
Johnson. For particulars, see Mor
Eagle Dyeing and Cleaning Works,
Fort and Kukui. will send for your
clothing, clean and press and return
in fine shape.
The Territorial Messenger Service
-w-ill book you for rooms at the St.
Francis, in San Francisco, and save
you trouble on arrival there.
A fine collection cf Hawaiian souve
nir pst cards have just been received
at Hill's Curio Store, opposite Post
office. Entirely new subjects.
Benefit is derived from the ue of
ii-lainitT beer. You can get it at any
l)ar or by the case from the Rainier
Bottling Works, telephone 1331.
V portrait is a study of individually
in a characteristic pose. Portrait-taking
is an art that few can acquire.
Try R. W. Perkins, Hotel street, near
The Union Electric Co.. B -Tetania
avenue, near Fort, will Attend to wir
ir.r vour tore for derations for t.ie
fleet" and supvb' 5'u electric
Th Honoulu Drug Co., Ltd., have a
fine new stock of brushes just in. et
some and be ready for the dusty sum
mer. Hair, clothes, tooth and nail
The reason that the draught beer at
the Criterion and Palace bars is the
sappiest in town is that they know
how to keep it. and take the trouble
to do It. ...
Building lot on racuic r.Z "l
y. nan it"
acre, Sl!.t. Mo .er
ho'is-? and lot on
$;r i -Water-
r. t a;:J Merchant
house Tr J-t. 1 -
Dim r at th.- Commer
cial Club t -nUht will certainly be a
ri success. About eighty members
and their i-
?nds hive signified their
b- present. iu""
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dfrSS W..i O"
"be a rV-i
.-vt- I r .MUSIC uv
iture of the evening.
4 NEW STEAMER TIME-TABLE.
The new steamer Time-table Post
Cards are out today. On sale at all
post card dealers.
Sons of St. George No. 333 will meet
in K. of P. Hall this evening at 7:30.
Pacific Rebekah L2ge No. l, I. O.
O. F., will meet in Odd Fellows' Hall
this evening at 7:T0.
Camo. s Circle No. 240. C. O. F., will
meet in San Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, this evening at 7:30.
A. F. Knudsen. one of the Kauai
ranchers, called on Secretary Mott
Smith yesterday morning.
Lily Blossom and Emily Lali are at
the police station awaiting an investi
gation into their conduct.
Mrs. Claudius H. McBride and son
will arrive here In the transport Sher
man about the 13th of July.
J. W. Bipikane, the well-known local
politician, died yesterday. His re
mains will be buried on Sunday.
Joseph Kini, a Hawaiian from Wai
mea, Hawaii, is going to Cheyenne,
Wyo., to take part in the Frontier Day
sports to be held there this year.
There will be no meeting of the Pro
motion Committee this afternoon be
cause of the meeting of the Chamber
of Commerce, at which Secretary Gar
field will speak.
The County Attorney has given an
opinion that motor cycles come under
the same regulations as automobiles,
and Sheriff faukea has decided that
these machines must be registered and
numbered at "once.
Miss Louie Stacey's subject today at
S p. m. at Kilohana Art League, "How
Healing Takes Place." On Saturday,
at K:20 a. m., "Perpetual Youth a Sci
entific Fact"; at S p, m., "Some Rea
sons Why We Disagree." Admission,
The Union Steamship Company, the
owners of the Canadian-Australian
line boats, have announced that their
vessels are to be equipped with wire
less telegraphy plants as soon as the
Australian Government adopts an of
Sakurai, who got full of sake, started
to clean out a Japanese hotel at Puna
hou last night and was arrested by
Officer Townsend and brought to the
police station in the patrol wagon. A
charge of aauit and battery was
placed against him.
Dusenberry and Smith, the two pri
vates from Fort Shafter who went out
on a piratical expedition and wreck d
the schooner Lady, finished their
prison terms yesterday and were hand
ed over to the military authorities to
be tried for desertion.
Miss Ann Z. Hadley of Lahaina and
Mrs. Mokumaia of Moanalua were yes
terday added to the- list of those eli
gible for transport accommodations to
the Coast by the Department of Pub
lic Instruction, room having been
made for them by the withdrawal of
the names of Miss Needham and E. B.
It has been decided to make the new
wireless station at Kahuku a fifteen
kilowatt station instead of a ten-kilowatt
one, the difference in efficiency be
ing greater than the difference in cost.
An attempt will be made by Operator
Isbell to keep in touch with the cruis
er St. Louis as far out as possible,
with a hope of receiving across the
Supervisor Frank Harvey, who jail
ed at one of the Hawaiian delegates
to the Democratic National Conven
tion, said yesterday before going
aboard the Alameda that he hoped to
see Governor Johnson of Minnesota
the Democratic nominee for the pres
idency. With Johnson as a candidate,
he thinks, the Democrats have a good
chance to defeat Taft.
The Elk who is in line to receive
accommodations on the herd stampede
to th? volcano on July 4, but who ne
glects to go and get his pasteboard and
pay for it very shortly, is going to
be crowded out of the corral. There
an a whole lot waiting to jump into
the browsing ground of the first one
who shows any forgetfulness and thoo
who have reservations made want to
cinch them. The moral is to call for
your ticket now. He who hesitates is
not only lost, but will be trampled out
1 of shane in the rush at the last
GONE TO TAHITI.
R. W. Cathcart who departed in the
Alameda yesterday is on his way to
Tahiti where he will spend several
weeks collecting seeds of tropical
fruits and flowers not common to these
islands. He ha? taken letters of intro
duction to the French Governor of the
in polka dots, stripes and figured; $1.00
quality, 75c a yard.
A SPECIAL IN BELTS .
WHITE SILK TAILORED BELTS
73c Bolts. 40c eacfc.
rassel ends, in preen and red stripes;
$1.25 curtains, 90c a pair.
SOIE DU MONDE
A sheer pretty wi material in beau
tiful colorings and novel patterns; 30c
quality at 25c a yard.
SILK SOFA CUSHIONS
Pretty designs and colors: $2.25 cush
White Corduroy, brown, and red serge;
11.25 Tarns. 9Cc.
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Go., Ltd.
The Store with the Money-back
No doult among the prospective brides of merry June are some of your
Perhars you already have the invitations to the wedding.
Perhaps the question of suitable gifts is giving you occasional serious
Why not settle it at oncef We ean help you o'er the difficulty with sug
gestions fcy the wore we're primed for such contingencies.
No finer display of CUT GLASS rich, deep cuttings was ever skown here,
and the other departments are likewise teeming with gift suggestions.
DON'T WORRY COME IN TODAY.
W. W. DIWIOND & COMPANY, LTD.
Copyright 1908 by Hart Schaffner Sc
Here's all you could desire of comfort
and sterling worth in a $3.50 shoe. We
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
flOTEO DIVINE TO
' ARRIVE Ofl MANUKA
The Manuka, which is due to arrive
on the 27th, brings among her other
passengers Dr. David Russell, who is
more commonly known as the "Moody
of South Africa." Under the auspices
of the Young Men's Christian Associ
ation he will speak at a series of men's
meetings which are to be held in the
Knights of Pythias Hall on the even
ings of June 29 and 30 and July 1. The
admission to these lectures will be
free, but by tickets, which will be
Dr. Russell has the happy faculty of
adapting himself and his speech to the
met-ting at hand. He has made him
self at home no matter where he might
be preaching or, rather, talking, for
the Doctor does not "preach" in the
sense of the word with which the ma
jority associate the word "preach," but
gives a straight gospel talk that
touches the hearts of men. His sim
plicity, his earnestness and his con
secration have made for him many
friends wherever he has traveled.
Fi- years have passed since he re
liniuished his pulpit and the wlfole
period has been spent in spreading the
t!ospd among the colonists of South
Africa. That his work has been a
success is shown by the fact that he
has earned for hims-!f the incompara
ble title with which liis name is al
ways associated. j
Dr. Russell should be greeted with
an overflowing house when he speaks
here. Opportunities like these come
hut seldom to Honolulu's men, and they
should make the most of them when
thev do come.
THE BOWENS RETURNING.
The numerous friends in Honolulu
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bowen will be
delighted to learn that they "leave
Oberlin. Ohio, next Mondav. 29th inst..
for Honolulu. In a letter to Rev. John
VV. Wadman of recent date, they speak
ot tne seventy-fifth anniversary cele
brations taking place in Oberlin and
the sr.-enuous days in connection with
the swims, spencer expects to accom
pany his parents to this city. He has
in part r-cover-d from the
trouble he had with his eyes
warm wek-orr.e awaits the
early next month.
J. "W. Hail, the piano tuner, late of
Honolulu, is now in Nevada where ha
has struck it rich at the mines. He is
reported to be worth $53,000 today.
Prce fi3. SO
OF BRIDES AND
You'll find that
we've got the
clothes you want
for summer wear;
dark coats to wear
with light trousers;
smart, catchy stuff,
made for us and
for you by Hart
Schaffner & Marx,
the best clothes
This store is the horns of
Hart Schaffner & Marx
King and Fort
The Miiumyy Sals
and Poi Lunch
AT HAALELEA LAWN,
On Saturday, June 27, 1908
BEGINS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Muumuus of all colors, ancient and
modern styles, are the coming substi
tute for kimonos.
Admission 25c. Lunch 50.
Tickets at the gate. 8073
With Every Modem
aw an an
ror M B A L
flUXODER yOBUfi Hint
Always on Hand
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE
SAM WO MEAT GO.
Xing Street Market, next C. Q. Yet.
Hop & Co.
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
A NEW LINE i
ODiilar Priced Skirts !
Silk, Voile, Panama, Alpaca
and Fancy Weaves
J. ABADIE -
Ladies' and Gents' Washing Done First-clau. j
Gloves and Ostrich Feathers.
- Wool and Silk Made Cleaner by a New French Process.
Charges reasonable. Give us a trial.
2 58 BERETANIA STREET : : : : : 'PHONE X491
The Servant Problem
Is easily and quickly solved by the housewife who is wise
enough to use for washing only that modern, perfect cleaner, .
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Benson's Dyspepsia Tablets
Give relief to those who suffer the effects of failure to
properly masticate food. These tablets digest the food,
increase the appetite and prevent food fermentation in
in the stomach.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOX.
Benson, Smith & Company, Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Street.
GREAT CLOTHING SALE
Rosenberg Stock. Men's
Clothing, Men's Woolen
Pants, Boy's Suits, Men's
Negligee Shirts and Straw
and Felt Hats ....
AT HALF PRICE
- - Proprietor
& GO,, LTD.