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PAGES 9 TO 12. SECOND SECTION li PAGES 9 TO 12. ESTABLISHED JULY 2. HONOLULU, HAWAII TEERITOEY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1910. 1 1 1 1 n el -II ba r 63 y i, 8i r- St. :if ex. to nd tTe A, '74 i., for nt 73 THE ONWARD SLIDING FURNITURE SHOE OnwaTd Sliding Furniture Shoe (sue tenor to the wheel castor) will not in jure floor, earpet, linoleum or rug, nor wrinkle the rue on a polished floor. TKY IT AND BE CONVINCED. COYNE FURNITURE CO.. LTD. BREAD All varieties of Fresh Bread and , Plain Crackers manufactured i daily at our Bakery, 1134 Nuu anu street. j Patrons and interested parties are cordially invited to call and . -i li x . . t ture from the opening of the sacks' of flour to the packing of the manufactured product in cases, tins and cartons. Love's Bakery 1134 Nuuanu Street m wm (3D niU;hy JOHN NEILL ENGINEER. 135 ilerchant Street. Mwhinery Repaired. Ship and General Blacksmithing GASOLINE ENGINES. WILL DO IT. Rubber Goods GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. E. E. PEASE President 573 175-577-579 Market Street, San FTancisco, Cal., TJ.SJL The Star Dyeing and Cleaning Shop 221 Beretanla Street, near Alakea, Telephone 1182. STAKAI SIDE OF STREET . A. . ... , . v , o eonaeetion w:th the plaee across t , street. ! Pan l(a Hana And the dirt moved. ' Get it from your grocer. Arts and Crafts ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING C. BREWER & CO., LTD. ongar Factors and Commission chants. mer OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: F. BISHOP President GEO. F. ROHF.KTSOX X'.'oo. D.ne.' an1 f Q n Q CTPT IBB m XORTIl Treasurer Shti tT, . ' . &o HAii I) lhKS secretary H. GALT Auditor GEO. E. CARTER Director C- H. COOKF. Director A. COOKE Director L GARTLE? Directoi DRINK MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE BEST IN THE MARKET. A Day in By H. The first people u; Lahaina are the fiV m : .1-15 ;n iv i .'i-rc. I, on f oetore tne nrst tlx eastern skv their f dawn li-hts the vt-r sampan- elm : away from the iandiit to the rWiins: grounds, to be gone until nightfall. Then the sun ge:s up and the lunas" hordes eariter d-'wn tut- street and dogs innumerable stretch themselves lazily an 1 betake themselves to the cutter in search of possible overnight tit-bits. The town has ail sorts and degrees of dogs, ranginj from arlstoeratiedookiu.: pointers of Ib'd to the Japanese bar- k.ak-tailed cur. Outside of fishing and plantation work n..i one seems to do any serious work in Lahaina, and there is little life on the solitary street 'till nearly eight o'clock. Then the shoo-polishing brigade puts in an appearance on the hotel lauai and a small boy or two ar rives, laden with green eoeoanuts which appeal strongly to the stranger in the Land. Along about nine o'clock the children troop down the road to school. They are tao i ntt!f": ar:naide and of happiest children im all races and every coneeivab'e shade of color. There is cert aim v no imttit-diate danger of race sukoie 'iu Latam. At ten o'clock cour: sits in the quaint tdd courthouse and cases, usually of a very minor nature, are disposed of with fitting dignity and generally with a large leaven of mercy. No one is reallv bad in this town of sunshine and palm trees and. as far as iheir practical necessity is concerned, the court and the "calaboose house."' as the jail is called by the natives, are merely show places where one may visit pleasantly for five or ten minute. Sometimes during the morning a launch arrives trom Lanai with a pas- senger or two and occasionally an out- of-towa automobile dashes up to the hotel. Otherwise morning in Lahaina, I is hot. lazv and eventless. j I From noon till the inhabitants en- j joy their siestas, a custom which be - Learne lost to Hawaii in the dust of the march of commerce. At three o'clock ! the water of the lagoon is peopled with bathers, principally women and I children, who disport in the surf for t hour at a time.' There isn't a better bathing plaee in the island than i,e lagoon at Lahaina for the water is always clear and the bottom composed of the silkiest of sand. Tfie arrival of the inter-island steam - ers U the event of the work and there , : aiways a great toregathermg on these occasions. From every- direction come autos and rig, their occupant presumably bent c . ., . receiving their. : mail, but equally eager to meet, old friends and acquaintances of the iountrvside or who mav chance to be , passing .nrouga. t Then does the lanai of the hotel fairly hum with gossip and greetings,' and "then does Host Freeland fairly radiate uop;taut- trom everv inch of his six feet six inches and from everv ounce of his three hundred and fifty pound. When t lights of three steamers j brighten the roadstead and the moon j throws the island of Lanai into bold relief, there are few prettier sights than j that seen from the landing at Lahaina. j The sun sinks behind Lanai and a long twilight intervenes before dark- ness shuts out the silhouetted palm j fronds and Ik-raids the welcome breeze j from the sea which comes at the close -t a en sulrrv da v. Twiusrnt is ot-au- . . , ; t tu' everywhere, but nowhere is it more so than in a p'ace like Lahaina ! wlrch is practically a scattered planta in of eoe.a-paIr!:s. And with the twilight the scent of or seems to wax stronger !varh of the spider lilie to re fragrantly subtle; f..r La- .if Oieaii 1 1 and the 1 become no r SECOND FREE PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION Of Developing and Printing on Velox Paper On Saturday afternoon from two until five our New York Expert will give his second public demonstration of developing and printing on Velox Paper. Bring in your negatives and have one or two printed free Honolulu " EVERYTHING Street Old Lahaina M. Ayres. hair.u is a town of flower as wt-li a palms. One by one the stars coin-1 out iiang low and ripely over the -es. soon the fishing-boats pat in an pearanee. The native boats dis; ::-A :.n 1 v their catches on the timbers of the landing. The Japanese spread their fi-h on the cement base of the great ;la-sfaiY. and the light of lanterns 0:1 tne swarthy face of prospective buvers makes a strangely barbaric scene. Tiy nine o'clock the lights of the town are nearly all out and not a sound disturbs the stillness of the night. Only the surf murmurs and mutters on the stones of the old fortifications and the wind sighs through the hal yards of the flag-pole from which the ' lanner of Hawaii once flaunted proudly' in the breeze, i And on one of the old cannon near- : by an old. oM native sits and smokes hi pipeful of Hawaiian tobacco and hi memory hark sadly back to the halcyon days when Lahaina palaced Kings and was the proudest city of the i Islands, when the whaling-fleet to the ' number of over three hundred rendez voused and spent months in winter- ! quarters in Lahaina. and when money. ! and sometimes blood, flowed like wafer . and women and children fled in terror j to the hills from the wild men who , hunted the "pihi aila." j Gone to return no more are those s-irring times and gone are most of thoe who in them played any part. ! Still, remain, however. Lahaina 's mani fold charms: nature is as kindly and the people of the place as warm-hearted as ever; the winds sings the same sweet tune at nightfall through the froll.io1 ?am avA when rhe S!in bast s,,r thp san,lv street Li enveloped in a wondrous light surely, "the light that never was on land nor sea.' , r TOPOGRAPHIC WORK ON KAUAI IS PAU ; ; After more than eight months of the hardest kind of work, the topographic survey of the Island of Kauai has Wc.4 completed, and -Chief Birdseye and those ' of his staff who still remain with him will return to Honolulu tomorrow, ; It was figured when the topographic force first came to Honolulu that the worc on Kauai would not take over six m"nths. Cut unexpected difficulties : were encountered, and the work of get- ;tin - tlir0Sh tlie country proved to be " "1ruch hr,,fr than Ljyl.l;ee? anticipated.' t Most of the tone finished some weeks ai,0? but Mr. p.irdseye and two or three of his assistants have been steadily at work finishing up. They are now xnrougn. ,. . , -, , r, . ,, Niioermteioienr t amotion sn.i vester. ,jav afternoon that he thinks" the map of Kauai will be completed in time to I,re?.ent t0 the lgWature at its next session, t is j.robable that Maui will be the next island to be mapped. -- NEW MAN SLATED FOR DRAKE'S JOB? ! The Bulletin yesterday had a cable from its Washington correspondent, to the effect that he had learned from an authoritative source that a new man is , t0 Le appointed to succeed Waiter F. Prake as collector of internal revenue. Mr. Drake wa considerably surprised i when he saw the story, and states that he knows nothing whatever of the rr.at- tor. It is known that a yreat deal of j work has been done to retain Mr. I'rake j as ci ' i;e lie. -tor. mo-t cf the prominent busi- !.'ouse liere n.nving written to Washington asking that Drake's resig nation ie not accepted. The resigna w: withdrawn me ime ago. CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY. It is in time of sudden mishap or ac cident that Chamberlain's Pain Balm can be relied upon to take the place of Photo Supply Co. PHOTOGRAPHIC " 1 " J . , ' : SIZES m J i 1 ThU Is an exclusive feature of Regal Shoes, to which we want to call the attention of everybody in this town. In addition to the usual half and full sizes, Regals come in the one-quarter and three-quarter sizes in bttueen. This gives you just Siv of "NinSs found in other shoes, and means all the ftttbAL ciinerence between a near - Only Regals Are Made In Quarter-Size afford you exclusive custom style as weD as perfect custom fit Our new Regal Oxfords are built on advance models designed by celebrated New York, London and Paris bootmakers for this season's wear. Come in and try them on. REGAL SHOE STORE King and Bethel. MOTEL MANX SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco's newest hotel containing 300 rooms, each with circu lating ice water and each connecting with bailt. Half a block from L'nion Square and convenient to all the principal hops. theaters, rail road ticket offices and points of interest. Meals table d' hote or a la carte. Rates: Without bath,, $1.50 per day and up. "With bath: $2.00 per day and up. Under the management of GUS C. LAEM. Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTIIITT, Room 30S, Mc Candless Building. A Little in the estimation of your prospective customer, is what you gain by send ing in a perfectly sm ooth edeed Peerless BooR Form Business Card How you can detach a card bound in book form and have no possible indication of its having been detached may possess ome elements of mystery to you, but out patented process makes it possible and perfect. Send for Sample Tab and see for yourself. There is nothing like it. OUR SMART CARD IN CASE ' Haw'n Gazette Co., Ltd. the family doctor, who can not always be found" at the moment. Then it is that Chamberlain's Pain Balm is never found wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises it takes out the soreness, drives away the pain and heals the injured parts. For sale by all dealers. Benson, -Smith & Co. agents for Hawaii. Below Hotel Street I i 8 double the number of ht and an exact hi. Higher Up TWr JO 0 W'9G'3 Co u uy COURT NOTES. Ilirata. a dapanee indi ted und the white k'ave r ippeared before Cnited states .ludre Robertson vester 'iay nooning and withdrew his plea of :ii.t i.ilrv. a motion to .pia.-h the in-di.-!iH!;t loins: subMituted. This new ! wa art . and wi a dav fi lei at h n-th and i:b 1 pnd-ably be iei.-ided two. ras- ,if la hen tri.-d lioA-ir.u t!." UII ppd.a'd; i t . k T;i i w!: , W'l ' n-ier the whitf slave a.-ouittal of Lee Sa r."t 1 e tried at all. a-i- v. a- "litiiu.i'i i't the term "tet'iay. So 'Irsi T;i,;i!i, :i'tl d iuiv ted by the terri- :'.s.-ault ni'I bat- .Weape! or. Yi.el! ,1- ! ' .in- i i rf -e ': -u'e 1 -'i-'iiv atrerioi.i 1 . A. ! !.;!. iiva. whn is a.-!-; !n the wieek i't di",;:iT' r To tlie t n a I ii -ed the i ompl. until alf of Manuel steuiinj eoal "a. has filed int. The case next Monday, in the circuit his m:irriae Tiir the action r.me he mar had, unknown 1 bvh.g. He t-d her-elf a aa- u olit een ci ii r i nr.e I'.'C ha- f ; tr a!.!;u!ri - i i u,,k i.; t e.'imi: r. dub t at t i i voree 1. und it '' ti:at he !i:iri'. -fieate of de;;.,e ' e ,-ierk -t : t.atti'r of tliC arain .?. and i ost. 4... w a - i tin !!-: until tnrh. s been is- : t court of Luca hen for Auo. A . -re i I Ti the I'.rothr GAZETTE COMPANY Business of ficeNew phone number 1478. 9mSa $3-50' S4-' MmmSM $4.50, $5.00. I Turn jomh 0 W-9Gs CamaAuY "n zxA LI MAX e (olofs mhuFCTURE1 BT WP FULLER & CO. 5AN FRANCISCO. CAL.'1" OI'(mP have a tinish Unexcelled Lewers& Cooke, Ltd. 177 So. King St. Do You Want To Be Rich ? What PRACTICAL steps are you taking to get any nearer the rich man's condition ? The MOST PRACTICAL step to be taken is to start a savings ac count where you can plaee a certain portion of your money each week or month. We pay four and one-half per cent interest, compounded semi annually on all savings deposits. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. Capital, and Surplus, $1,000,000. Audit Company of Hawaii P. 0. Box 646. 924 Bethel St. Telephone 708. Conducts all classes of Audits and Investigations and furnishes Reports on all kinds of financial work. Suggestions given for simpli fying or systematizing offics work. All business confidential. Scandinavia Belting ' ' ' i HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., AGENTS. Select Lumber DIRECT IMPORTATION LOWEST PBICES CITY MILL CO., LTD. Phone 2478. KEKACLEKE STEEET AUTO-LIVERY phone 1326 ORIENTAL GEMS In beautiful Jewelry bits bo wo Hotel St. bet. Maunake nd Smitk C. L. HOPKINS Systematixer Notary Public Agent Orant Marriage Licenses Hawaiian Interpreter and Translator Office: Judiciary Bldg. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. WHY BE BALD? When your hair little of can tie saved bv a PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER A trial will prove its effieaer. SOLD BY ALL DRUGOISTS. Regal Shoes AJRE BEST REGAL SHOE STORE COEXEB KLG AND BETHEL ill ti' MAY & CO. Phone 1271.