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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 9, 1910. These Hot Days You Will Find it Pleasant to Shop in Our Cool, el Ventilated Store. It is a pleasure for us to show you the well selected range of goods which have been arriving by every steamer from the mainland during the past month. We draw particular attention to the advertised lines, all of which are the latest styles and represent splendid values. T 4 "1 I 1 - 'ff -l' if. . ...! 1 1" LINGERIE DRESSES Very dainty, beautifully trimmed with Valencien nes, Torchon, Cbniy and Irish Laces, each showing a distinctive style and finish. Prices from S8 to $30 each. NEW MARQUISETTE GOWNS In White trimmed with lace and showing the new draped effect, very dainty with Pink and Blue trimmings. BLACK SILK SHIRTWAISTS In Mescaline, I'eati de Soie and Taffeta, at $3.50, $7.00 and $7.50. FANCY WHITE SHIRTWAISTS Trimmed with Lace and Embroidered, Dutch Neck and Short Sleeves. Only a few at special values, $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00. G SPECIAL o o o FOR MONDAY MORNING NOTTINGHAM WEAVE LACE CURTAINS WHITE DOTTED SWISS CURTAINS Full size, 38x126 inches, in pretty patterns. ! With Ruffled Edges', size 38x90 inches in a very $1.00 Quality . Special, 75c per pair ; niee quality. ' $1.25 Quality Special, 95c per pair ! $1.50 Quality Special, $1.05 per pair i t THE ABOVE ARE MONEY-SAVERS FOR ONE DAY, MONDAY SacOns Ory Goodls Co, FORT AND EEEETANIA STREETS. OPPOSITE FIRE STATION. EXQUISITE WHITE HATS Don't fail to see this new stock along with our very up-to-date and complete line of millinery. NEW FOULARD SILKS A beautiful showing in Dress and Waist Patterns. BEAUTIFUL DRESS TRIMMINGS In all colors w-ith gold and silver sequin era broidery. EMBROIDERED AND PLAIN ALL-OVER NETS ' In White, Cream, Ecru and Black. A nice selection. RAT-TAIL SATIN BRAID In all the leading shades. A new and very ef - fective dress-trimming. tfLACK PATENT-LEATHER BELTS Xew, with handsome Pearl and Metal Buckles. THE FINEST Surf-Riding Photos ( ever iaken are now on ex hibition at the store of the Hollister Drug Co. Step inside and see them RESIDENTIAL HONOLULU IS EXPANDING SUBSTANTIALLY - AH copyrights reserved. Suburban Development of Past Few Months Most Gratifying Kaimuki Leads in Number of New Homes. The 'result will be that the incoming traveler will not have to wait until he gets up town or into the residence sec tions of the city to appreciate the rap id growth that Honolulu is experiencing. Honolulu is in the throes of the must rapid expansion in the history of the city. If anybody doubts tins, let him take au automobile or the street cars and travel about the' town, and he will come back convinced. Everywhere in the city, almost, houses are going up, evidencing the rapid growth in the population aud the increased prosperity of Honolulu. .From Diamond Head to the uttermost' ends of Kalihi carpenters and contractors are busy. From the Honolulu waterfrqnt to far up Xuuanu, Makiki, Manoa. and Kalihi valleys the landscape is dotted with new houses. And within the busi ness district within a few months will rise several pretentious structures that will go far toward denoting to the casual visitor that Honolulu is rapidly becoming the important city that her location, climate and surroundings have imade it inevitable she should be. signs of progress. The houses erected in this section are, for the most part, more pretentious and many of them might almost, be dignified by the name of mansions. Much real estate has changed hands recently and the new owners seem anxious to put up new houses for themselves. The same is true of Xuuanu Valley. In that direction the city is developing rapidly and all along the road that j leads to the Pali new houses are goiri ! up. The traveler along that road sees. jat every turn almost, beautiful bunga jlows and other styles of residences 'that have onlv recently been con structed. General Growth. Cther sections of town are showing a quiet but substantial growth. Throughout Kalihi one sees constantly new cottages, either just completed or in process of erection. Marquesville is a residence section that is fast com ing to the front and one who has not FLY-BLOWN IS NOT DISEASED MEAT Official Declaration Regarding the Off-Colored Market Exhibits. MUNICIPAL RAILROAD CORPORATE ccrimmcf 7 We specialize in securities of high-grade Pacific Coast enterprises, roitabb for trust fund and similar investment. uur -.uuiiiintii xjjil.zi kjv uaj-iAX uttiMA BJiUUitillliS" mailed request. ' , Wakefield, Garth waite & Co. Member of Stock and Bond Exchange. First National Bank Building SAN FRANCISCO Cable Address: 'Bondhouse." Codas Lieber, A. Union. So far as residences are concerned, j visited that section of the suburbs IMPROVED. Alexander St 20.000 sq. ft. Artesian St 14.940 sq. ft. Beretania St 20,000 sq. ft. Pensacola St 20.230 sq. ft. UNIMPROVED. Kinau St lo.OOO sq ft. Kewalo St ...85,293 sq. ft, Emma St 3,252 sq. ft. Hotel St 13,327 sq. ft. Real Estate Department Hawaiian Trust Co., Lid. 923 Fort Street Kaimuki has grown faster during the past vear and promises to grow faster during the coming year than auy other section of the city. Most of t he build ing has been and is being done mauka of Sixth avenue. Not less than forty new houses are now in the process of construction; about as many have been completed and a great many more are planned. The Kaimuki reservoir has been com pleted, thus providing water for this rapidly growing residence section, and many owners of lots in Kaimuki now feel themselves justified in ordering houses erected. As soon as the connec tions with the reservoir are made, a large number of new houses will be started. uite a large number of Kaimuki lot owners are waiting for the exten sion of the street car line to Sevent h ' pleted. will add greatly to the general avenue or along iiiirteentii avenue ori attractiveness ana air oi prosperity or within the past year would be aston ished to see what has been done in that period. And scattered throughout the entire city are many evidences of the rapid and material growth of a city that is inevitably destined to become, within a few short years, a much greater city than the residents of a few years ago ever dared dream it would be. Business Blocks. Although there is not a great deal of building now in progress in The downtown section, plans have been made for the erection within the next t'w months of several imposing struc tures. The Y. ii. C, A. building on Hotel street will probably be started within the next fortnight, and this, when coin- Delay in having your lot f.Iied and graded may mean SERIOUS LOSS when the rains come, A re quest for an estimate of the cost of proper tilling and grading will receive immedi ate attention. P. M. POND Contractor - - Phone 2S00 Koko Head road to Port Ruger. As soon as this is done, a large area of land available for residence lots will be openeil up aud buildings will begin to go up faster than ever. College Hills Growing. Another residence district that is showing rapid growth is College Hills. Here many new houses and bungalows have teen completed or are in the course of construction and the district is raprdly assuming the appearance of a small but select town of itself. Prep are that within the near buildings ent prospects future a large number of new will be started. The influx of army and nnvy folks lias given an incentive to building in the residence districts, and this in large parr accounts for the number of new residences that are in course of construct ion or that are planned. Kaliala Beach Popular. J ho beach residence district -r' ! s ; 1 1 : i is another that within tin- Honolulu. Tenants of the old Pantheon block j have been notified to vacate this week I and the obi buildings will immediately lie torn down, to make room for the I s-so. (mm) reinforced concrete building i that is to take their place, j As stated yesterday in The Adver I tiser, the Carnegie Library building. I to be located at the corner of King and j Punchbowl streets, will probably be 'started next Pebruay.. This will' add ' very much to the attractiveness of that section of the city, and will jirobably hae the effect of encouraging the i building of other fine structures in its immediate neighborhood. And, then, there is in prospect the proposed federal building. Just where this is to be located is still a matter of conjecture, but it will certainly be i "I wish to state that the meat de scribed by Professor Blanchard, the ter ritorial chemist, as being diseased, is not correct," said Doctor Alonsarrat, the meat inspector yesterday. "Fly blown meat is not diseased meat." That settles it. Meat which is only co-ered -with fly specks is not diseased, according to a strict reading. If it is fly-blown one must hurry home with his fly-blown beefsteak and 'cook it hurriedly lest the fly eggs hatch. It is known iby patrons of the fish market that whenever they liave found meat fly-blown and take it back the Chinese vendors are extremely apolo getic, take it back and get it out of sight, at the same time fishing out fare and asking the patrons to excuse them, at the same time offering the car fare to play even. The dealers know that their stock is fly-blown and filled with eggs, but until discovered they say nothing and do nothing to improve conditions, not even taking the trouble to provide mosquito netting for their meats and vegetables. A resolution will be placed before the board of supervisors the adoption of which will compel all meat, fish and vegetable dealers to keep their goods in fly-proof containers. SUCH PROFANITY. "The engineers find Gatun Dam j "safe," read Mr. Jones from his news- paper headlines to grandma, knitting at j the other side of the table. "Well," she said, looking up over; her glasses in pained surprise, "1 don't i know anything about the safety off Gatun, but 1 think a family newspaper ought n t to use such language print. ' ' Emporia Gazette. THE INVISIBLE CASTOR will not mark or scratch the. floor COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD. Bishop Street Jas. W. Pratt INSURANCE LOANS NEGOTIATED CITY AUCTION CO. 125 Merchant St. DISMAYING THE DEVIL. In the window of a little book-store in Eighth Avenue, Mew York, was re- ....... I," 1,,-vo 1 , ,,r.- ,.t" Utl.t.w marked, very low never oeiore were liioies onereu at sucn a oargain; ana c above them all, in big letters, was the inscription: "fsauta trembles when he sees L.bJes sold as low as these." -Woman's Home Companion. PUTTING IT TOO STRONG. HAWAIIAN DEVELOPMENT CO. Limited. STAND ENWALD BUTLDINQ. F. B. McSTOCKER, Manar. P. O. Box No. 268. Cable: Derolof wt lias ago hf u;s.' go in wain dint lien were ieie i- pidiy. V1, ;v a i.'.v sc. Ka pi.-r re a ricr- She "So manv men nowadays marrv for money. You wouldn't marry me for money, would vou. dearest i" j He (absentlv) "-No. darling, I 5;ness center of wouldn't marry vou for all the money !'. i when completed, it will i ; the world."' ai aout.r ie an incentive to neiarn-1 shi- -uli vim lmrri.l - - . " .......... ring property ownors to improve I wretch ! ' '-J tustou Tra ncriiI. 111) OUi;.UI:gS J Tl : I some where tile i wit h near the bus horrid their property and put up buildings I I, ! in j ill inn x aiuii ia jio.oo. I III r . mi a I i Limited 1 , il 1 U, . sbv-.. ...I ME XX OA 1 ' ' $L- 1 II ATS - i 1 f ' (Coarsa Weaw "Vj For School , Misses anA i i I VI - Ontine. I I 54":"J- Hawaii S" W&U Seas Curio , j Hii"Tli'm i 1 YOUng BUUOUW I ! i Ml iasu .TRADEMARK, REGISTERED. . The BUNION LAST is made for the foot with a . BUNION- It has the right shape and the right measurements I Shoes made on this last look better, fit better and wear better than made-to-order shoes. Plenty of room for Enlarged Joints Closely fitting elsewhere. It is the only shoe in the world that will fit a foot with -a BUNION or enlarged joint. I IF !g W1M1 a alM a'wavs the the coni sea. liala. Tins d b v gii e r i. in wiif.tn niont h a i;iTi' plana. abi to get -.v, nd down vi roar or t s r r i i ' at hv from ll they ; oCean a r bl.iw v H V uipo-lng neighbor. Army and Navy Building. . wi,..n ling is planned lor the arniv I witn many lie WHY THEY HOWL. a n a rir ie- Ka I v.; t i e w:'t!'ii i'l-te.1 their Ulnher ,if new ii thi :-! :! n;"-t a.-t twi " i. 1 The Tei rnnnrnnnuTii IS- I'fr - I WILL 1)0 IT' v" ' 1 llj - -v-.- Kalihi Valley. i-ues.' vl"Bv ti; Kalihi V a :1 -b. i z condition, as by the rapid increase Tim in that part ot 1 w i - in the nouses nave been con- pr,,,-es of erection tr.ct ;a Ik en great !v the vear. Pauoa and Nuuanu. shows equaiiy remarkable Much buil navy. .,rt fi.atter wi Without ilniiii' be increased to regimental size, wliieii -nil mean that the size and num ber of the biiiidines or tie .ost wil! b multijiiied sc. era! times over. At Pert Kugi r a ten riorary camp of very resp-ctabi.- size has already been established. I-iefnre ,n great whiie permanent barracks will be which will add largelv to th of that district. Honolulu Waterfront. "The construction lat year of the Ala kea s-reet wharf added greatly to the accommodations and appearance of the Honolulu waterfront. Now cem-s the announcement that the government prop we to erecf alongside this fine wharf another which is to be equally as large and imposing in apparancft and which will accommodate as ruanv large vess-els. Other extensive improve ments along the waerfront are planned. i was in the East I met Iging dervishes. ' ' 15 "i thought they called them howling der isin-s. ' ' A "That's what they become when you d.iii't give them anything." Meg gendorft r lilaetter. The BIT AND BRIDDLE. I Archbishop 0f Canterbury was! erecte.1. ! beautv 1 Son,i. 111 Wi'h a number ot otlier elergy ' j men to luncheon after some great i eccit'sia.-tieal function. t hen au unctu ous dignitary olxerved, "Now to put a linn t- on nnr .iT.Tiotir" lie on our appetites!" as lightning the Archbishop re torted: "s-ay, bit bet ween vour teeth. rather, now to put a Pathfinder. WAITING IN VAIN. I'is-rusted Fisherman tempting his bait into the stream) "Hanged if I'll wait on you any longer. Here! Help yourselves." Life. For Sale or Lease Two story, mosquito-proof cottage, practically new, seven rooms, all mod ern conveniences; grounds well planted with fruit and foliage trees; good neighborhood, and convenient to ears. JAS. W. PRATT, AUCTIONIEB. Distilled Water Ice For lee, Distilled Water an4 Cold Storage, consult the Oahu Ice & Electria Ca- Box 600. Phone 1121 QUARTERLY MEETING.. C. Brewer & Company. Limited.. Notice is hereby given that the ref ular quarterly meeting of the start holders of Brewfer k ' . Ltd., will held at the office of the company Honolulu. T. H.. on Thins-rav, October 13. 10, at 10 o'clock a. m. ' W. W. NORTH, SWELL MILLINERY DUNNS' Fort St.