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aror 2t pounds). 1st prize, SM;
fiT isHe Bicycle race, (bar
a&dcr IS years). 1st prixe, 55.93;
7. High hardle. let prtie. 15.:
8. Low bardie, (fat men. over 29
pounds. 1st prlxe, ISJf ; 2nd. U.S0.
S. Sack race. 1st prize. ISM: 2nd.
It. Needle race (married women).
1st prize. 5; 2ad, 23.
11. Nail race, (girls snder IS). 1st
prfee, JS.H; 2ad. iM.
12. Pattteg shot. 1st prise, JaKW;
It Throwing hammer, let prize,
$(Jt; Sad, 2-.
14. Raaatag alga jwsp. 1st P"ie
$SJt; So. J2.S.
15. Broad Jump. 1st prize, IriQO,
1. Greased pole. Prize, S19M.
17. Tag-of-war. Prize. $200.
IS Potato race 1st prize, J 5.09;
11. Baee ball. Prize. 5&9.00 trophy.
M. Three-legged race. 1st prize.
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COERPER GOES TO CHIGA60
TO PROMOTE THE RAILWAY
"I think it is all right," earn -
Gardner K. Wilder, one of the
promoters of the Hllo'and Ko-
hate railway, when asked how
the project waa coming along.
"Everything here seems to
he satisfactorily arranged and
Mr. Coarper loft in the Mariposa
yesterday for Chicago, to look
after the interests of the com-
paay at that end of the line."
Mr. Wilder appears quite
hopefal of the early
ties of the company's objects,
connecting some of the rich-
eet agricultural sections of Ha-
wall with the principal ship-
plag port of that Island, besideo
opening up much new arable
land to settlement
A SUBSTANTIAL REMEMBRANCE.
Lowers &. Cooke Present a Sum of
Money to Fire Fighters.
Qfclef Thurston of the Honolulu
Fire Department received a valuable
missive in his mail yesterday. Lewers
& Cooke, whose place of business narrowly
escaped total destruction at the
recent Are at Hall & SonVi, sent the
department a check for $250, as a
mark of tholr appreciation of the valiant
work of fire laddies.
At a meeting of the Board of Fire j
CcanlisSoaers it was roted to present I
the sum to the tses, the szzse to be
equally appropriated among the force.
The mcabers of the Honolulu Flre
Department desire to express their
thanks to the Una for its generoas act.
NEW HAWAIIAN SONGS.
To Be Sung at Band Concert at Hotel
Following is the program for a
moonlight band concert at the
Hotel beginning at 7:30 this
OvertHre "The Road to Glory. Kliag
Choras "Tannhauser" Wagner
Grand Selection "I
Foar new Hawaiian Songs, Poetry and
Music written and composed by
Mrs. Emma de Fries, arranged by
(a) "Kukllaldla," (b) "Waikaahuula,"
Miss I. Keliiaa.
(c) (d) Liboliho."
Mrs. N. AlapaL
Cornet Solo "Eleanor Polka." (by
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection "Clorindy" Mackle
WalU "Andalusian Love Dream"
March "The Gladiator" Sousa
The Star Spangled Banner.
ILLICIT LIQUOR SELLING.
One Defendant Fined Two Hundred
Dollars Other Police Court Cases.
Illegal liquor cases consumed the
larger portion of yesterday's session
of police court. One conviction was
secured, the defendant being fined
J200. The cases before Judge Wilcox
Chlda Manzaharo, manslaughter 1st
degree, over to August 27; J. J. Souza,
selling liquor without a license, $200;
M. Souza. same charge, discharged;
C. Viera. Tademlchi, Furusha and
same charge, over to August 22;
K. KImokeo, Kauihou and P. Palakiko,
assault and battery on K. Paiaina,
August 22; John Brown, assault with
weapon, committed to the Circuit
Court for trial; Mrs. G. H. Moore,
malicious Injury, nolle prosequi; Geo.
Wade, murder 2nd degree, August 22;
H. Rooney. violating Rule 3, Carriage
Regulations, reprimanded and discharged;
Christian Anderson. C. H.
Drown and John Larsen. each fined
J2 and costs for drunkenness; Kalei,
Daniel Kawaa and Keonl Akai. malicious
over to August 22; K.
ICalawemaunu. same charge, nolle
rrosequi; Munikawa. common
over to August 22; Ed. Cassidy,
same charge, fined $2 and costs; Harold
Parmer, curfew law, reprimanded
and discharged; M. Parmenter and
Maria Makanani, adulter', August 24;
Nakatana. heedless driving. 510 and
costs; Ah Oi. burglary, over to August
The Kamalo Sugar Co.'s celebrated
case will come before the Supreme
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who were ia Judge Gear's court pleading
Nakamora. indicted for manslaughter
in the first degree, will be defended
by Attorney George A. Darts.
KlkL for manslaughter in the first
degree, will be defended by C S. Dole,
who was appointed by the Coart-
Tikapa, assault and battery, will be
defended by W. T. Rawlins.
Lui Oliwa, embezzlement, will e
represented -by W. L. Whitney.
Palenapa, larceny, second degree,
will be defended by Andrews, Peters
Kealoha, larceny in second degree,
will be defended by J. L. Kaulukou.
There are still two indictments out
upon which no arrests hare been
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED.
At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and
Dr. Chas. H. Utter, a prominent
physician, of Panama, Colombia, in a
recent letter states: "Last March I
had a patient, a young lady sixteen
years of age. who had a very bad attack
of dysentery. Everything I
prescribed for her proved Ineffectual
and she was growing worse every
hour. Her parents were sure she
would die. She had become so weak
that she could not turn over in bed.
What to, do at this critical moment
was a study for me, but I thought of
Chamberlain Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and as a last resort
prescribed IL The most wonderful
result was effected. Within eight
hours she was feeling much better;
inside of three days she wa3 upon her
feet and at the end of one week was
entirely well." For sale by all druggists
and dealers. Benson. Smith &
Co.. agents for Hawaii.
A Cure For Cholera Infantum.
"Last May," says Mrs. Curtis Baker,
of Bookwalter, O.. T7.S.A., "an infant
child of our neighbor's was suffering
from cholera infantum. The doctor
had given up all hopes of recovery.
I took a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the
house, telling them I feel sure it would
do good If used according to directions.
In two days time the child had
fully recovered, and is now (nearly a
vear since) a vigorous, healthy girl.
I have recommended this Remedy frequently
and have never known it to
fail in any single Instance." For sale
hy all druggists and dealers. Benson.
Smith & Co.. agents for Hawaii.
A World Wide Reputation.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide
reputation for its cures. It never fails
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
sale by all druggists and dealers.
Benson. Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
U CANT REMOVE
Dandruff by picking one scale at a
time, load it into a shot gun and fire
it to the other side of the island.
But by using
eco s Dandruff Killer
you can rid yourself permanently of
tne loathsome dandruff scales which
cause baldness and insupportable
itching of the scalp.
The daily use of water is objectionable;
water, however bright and
clear, contains myriads of invisible
disease germs, which when deposited
upon the scalp and hair, induce scalp I
disease and a degeneration and loss
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-L "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
Served at State Dinners given by the Queen.
N. K Sun.
The beverage of the select world.
M. .- lyiiruttt.
Ftr Sale by MIGF1HUKE I CO., Ltd., Knililu.
Summer "beverages and so-called soft drinks
have no place in the dinner hamper of the
picnic party, The proper picnic beverage,
and the one that people who know always
take, is the now world- famed
There is a sparkle and a mildly in vigoratiag quality
about it. that fits in nicely at a picnic. It is
the beer is indispensable. You
.will appreciate this beverage.
Sale of Surplus Stock!
As our new premises are too small to hold the new shipments now
arrivingwe are selling off the surplus stock at prices never heard of In
Mattresses from $1; Bookcases, $11; Feather Pillow, 75c;
Beds, $2; Cheffoniers, $4; Tables, 75c; Washstands, $1.50;
reaus, $7.50; Japanese Matting, 15c; Folding Cots, $2.50;
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Put upvin bottle with4
the above label.
Tkere i only one "IJaadraff
Xillr "imtkeaarket, tiat's
stoves, 75c; Fibre Matting, 40c.
And everything else at reduced prices.
BOOKS of all descriptions, lent to read, 5c per volume.
SPECTACLES All sights In ever kind of frame, from 20c up.
HARDWARE, tinware less than Chinaman's prices.
&b'h&'v?mft feap O&sb, Stps?
1301 FOBT STREET, OPPOSITE KTJKTJI STSEET,
Srtwiig ari Milting k
Orders Solicited for. Bottled
and Urrangiit Beer
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Has removed from Elite
Building to the Arlington
Given away to any of the boys
that drop in to have "a wet" nt
HARRY A. JUEN'S
Ton know the RoutB down King Street.
CLEANED . AND . PRESSED.
Suits made to order. Fit guaranteed
a,X1j I A aHiJaX
WANTED To sett soate flao shite
Diaaoad rtass, also flae opal riajs.
reaseaaate prices. Watch repaired
oa thae. G. Diets, wstchsaker zd.
Jeweler. Fart, street, sear Hotel.
la Preseott's store.
WANTED Gtete de Laaadry
Work. Apply Saattary Ste&a
Laaadry. KawaJahwy and Sosth
WANTED A farafefcetl or afarate&
ed eattag. rwKralrr totaled, by 1st
f Sept. Apply to -K.- RepttMlcaa
FOR SALE OR RENT.
STORE aad Gattag at .217 Schol
street, esraar Achl Laae, aaxt to
asw fcrMg. lanalra; Hvffsaa Sa-
FOR RHNT Part of a fwrafaaed
aos with as of ktteaM. to
panlac. Rt re&sftaa4e.
Central teeaUse. Addraea H, Re
Two (2) Story Hattee at
on Tombs strt. coatatatag 2 Bed
rooms upstairs, aad 2 Bedrooms. 1
Doable Room. Parlor. Dtaiag Room.
Kitchen. Bath Room aad Pateat Water
KAPrOLAXT BSTATS, LTD.
FOR RKXT Part of a tarnished
house with on of kttcfeea. to responsible
parties. Real reasoaable
Central location. Addraes -H." Re
FOR RBNT A few famished aad a-furnished
rooms hi a aw hoose
Mosquito proof. Third aoase above
German Bakery. Fort street
FOR RENT Stavly farafefeed rooms.
modern, every coavaalesca also beat
table hoard, special
rooms ?S.H. hoard ?5 per week.
Helen's Court, Adams laae, off Ho
tel street, adjoining Elite building.
Telephone White S441.
Nicely furnished aad airy rooms, at
the Elite. 184 Hotel street
FOR RENT An eight room eottage,
with stable aad servants' quarters,
on College street, between Domlnls
and Wilder Ave. Convenient to o. -
lines. Inquire next door.
COMFOttTABLE cottages on tho
promises of the Sanitary Steam
Laundry Co.. Ltd.. Marmlon and
South streets. The cottages contain
4 rooms, kitchen and hath room. No
extra charge for hot and cold water
and electric lights. Rent reasonable.
Apply on the premises to J.
Being a germ killer, will destroy all
disease germs that may find lodgment
on the scalp or hair.
e frb:l.y upon
for daily dressing of the hair; it will
keep the scalp clean, healthful, free from
dandruff, and the hair in elegant con-
Pacheco's Dandruff KiB
Sold by all Druggists and at
the Union Barber Shop.
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