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We ptnnlnv the mnr ImnrnvcH method nnH ar fullv
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
$. DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
rUK SHIKIb, UULLAK3 AINU (-UfJ-S.
Special Attention paid to
Silks, Flunnels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
Tel. Main 78. Laundry, Kawaiahao St.
Up Town Oft'ue in the OLD ELITE PREMISES, Hotel St.
GooU Cheere -
A NOTED COLLECTION
0j7 and Water Coor Paintings
SELECTED WITH CHEAT CARE 11Y
THE WELL-KNOWN CRITIC AND CONNOISSEUR
ON EXHIBITION ".
AT THE fJRT ROOAIS OF THE.PACIFIC H&RDW&RE
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS
This Exhibition will be open for about three wesks commencing Saturday,
March o, under the personal supervision of Mr. Morris
Fresh Meats and Fish (f
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Don't you know that impure water Is one of the greatest foes
to good health ? How important, then, that your drinking water
sliouM bu absolutely pure, All the ills iluu to Impure water din
he nvoMetl ami good health Insured by the use of n
livery him0, hotel, restaurant and store shmiM have mie
wiliout detoy. The IMsteiir tiller s ,ul,niiwkl,vt Hiu Ml by Hie
lending scientist ynd phyUian d iliu wurld.
See It In the window
And iwlu thu dill'-mi.u Iwlwi-i-n p.ire and Impuru wator,
A, J, HANCOCK fr 0 0i
inn i?iiim mm
B.,n..l. - .J , "
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Columbus, O., March IC Seven men
robbed the Somerset lank at about 1:30
o'clock this morning. Only about (5000
In cash was taken, the robbers In their
hurry overlooking $3000 In gold coin
and $30,000 In bonds and time sccurl
ties. Three men worked In the bank
and four were stationed as sentinels
At the first explosion, Mr. Hayes, liv
ing opposite- thebank.carae out and was
met by n Kcntlncl who told him to get
hack Into the house If he, did not wont
his hend blown off. Mr. I.evett. an
other citizen, took four shots at the
robbers. These shots were (eturncd
and .a fusllade was kept up for somo
time. Armed citizens pursued the rob'
bers some distance north, the pollco
here notified and all near-by towns In
structed to keep u sharp lookout for the
The sheriff of Perry county
nt New Lexington wa notified nna
drove to Somerset with his blood
hounds. The dogs readily took up tho
trail which led from a blacksmith shop
where thn tools were obtained, thence
to a mery stable and to the bank. Two
rigs had been stolen and after tho
robbers had driven nway, the onlccrs
wultcd for daylight Ui follow the wheel
tracks. A hard fight Is expected If the
li.-iiiil Is captured.
After the robbers had completed
Uiclr work, the men were lined. up In
slnslc file nnrt the leader gave the or
der, "All ready, forward march."
The robbers wero ns cool as soldiers
on dress parade, ine stolen norses
wero recovered about 4 o'clock, three
nnd a half miles from town, where they
had been nbandoned. The robbers wero
then making their way towards Hadley
Tho bank at Somerset Is located In a
brick building andt he force of the ex
plosion blew out the entire front nnd
scattered debris all over (be street. The
bank Is a State Institution. Mr. Sam
uel lleam Is the president and A, II.
Ream the cashier. The loss Is fully
covered by Insurance. Tho bank Is not
AN OPTICIAN ROBBED, '
An optician of the city who got Into
a friendly game with some of his
friends the other night, complained at
the police station Monday that he had
had stolen from him n pocket book con
taining $70. The dctccthes Btnrtcd out
at once nnd the pocket book was found
outside the store of the optician on
upper Fort street.
It Is thought that the pocket book
was stolen while the optician w-ai
asleep In his room, on of his "friends"
from whom he had won quite a good
deal of money being the suspected one.
J. W. LUNING DEAD,.
In n I.os Angeles dispatch of March
20 is contained the nnounccment of
the death of J. W. I.unlng, well known
to nil Honolulu people. Mr. I.unlng
spent the better part of his life In Ho
nolulu, carrying on the business of a
collector on Kaahumami street. De
ceased was a character about town, al
ways ready with a pleasant word of
greeting for everyone he happened to
know nnd always willing to stop and
exchange a few words In n pleasant
vein. Mrs. I.unlng was with her liun
band to the last.
An to the Wnr Revenue.
Copies of the amendment to tho war
rcvenuo Act have been received by tho
local revenue office. In order to cor
rect nny erroneous Ideas among cer
tain classes of business men, the Col
lector makes the following statement
"Tho special taxes and various de
tails concerning liquor, cigars and to
bacco, do not belong to the war revenue
act nt all. Tho special taxes on.whole-
sale nnd retail liquor dealers, cigar
manufacturers, rectifiers, etc., remain
unchanged. They belong to Internal
revenue nets of much earlier date.
The Act of March 2, amended the
war lovcnuo law of 189S, only."
No tuxes will bo levied after July t
on proprietary articles with the ex
ccptlon of sprakllng r other wines.
Of the stockholders of flic HONOLULU
BREWING and MALTING CO., LTD.,
will be liclj at the office of the company
on yueen street Hilt city on bATUKIMY
AI'Dll. 6th, at 10:10 . in,
Honolulu, April i, tool. lKo-it
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Hie person wlm put a wl(t msre, hllnJ
In one eye, III Mis, I', Neunuii' mwt
list July can luvetJiuiby paying pa.lur
age and ajyii tini! by caning at Muuoa
(.inch any I line w tiki ten divs.
lodge 1.6 1'rogrcs Del'OcciinIe
nu, ui, AmVa.s, inrii.
IIIHIUl Wild, mi ahhoiiuii
INi 1 II lulli M4KHU Irmi'lr,
WOHK IN Till! riHT 111 lll I .
Mini H?r uf ll-tWJlUn UhJm No. 91 fi4
lite MJm Nj ?. m f I wTwrnlna
lift II l Wfdl I V IliVHW W " I'flHIll,
Weather Dureau, Punahou, April 3.
Temperature Morning minimum,
70; Midday maximum, 79.
IJarometer at 9 a. m. 30.09. Steady.
Dew Point CtF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. C8 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
3. Weather clear; wind SE.
Tuesday, April a.
Am bk Antlope, Murray, 28 days from
OSS Ventura, Hayward, from the
Am schr Ethel Zane, Holllstram, 27
days from Humboldt.
Am schr Atary E Poster, Thompson, 14
days from San Francisco
Tuesday, April 2.
P M S S China, Seabury, for San Fran-
' SPM S S City of Peking, Smith, for the
U S A T Hancock, Struve. for Manila.
HA S S Sinti Ana, for Kahulul to load
for San Francisco.
Cm-VU n (Jilt Ttinmn... tr3 LTMil
aimr Lenua, nenneii, lor. moioKai.
Stinr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports
From the Cilonles. per stmr Ventura
April 3 W H Cornwell. Henry Darling,
wife and 2 children, George Glover, f
Ambow, J W Ellis, Mrs B Williams.
1 he Gaelic from San Francisco Is due
The transport Klntuck for Manila sails
The steamer Ventura sails at 8 o'clock
The Sonoma from the Coast should
reach here late tonleht.
The bark Antlope from Oyster llarbc
Burns. Phillip & Co. have been an
D InteJ aeents for the Oceanic Steamshiri
Co. at Svdney.
The Importations per Ventura were too
head froen mutton, 29; bags onions, 250
cases genera, 2 case? toys, 70 cases wine, 3
cases euros, 45 pkgs merchandise.
The sctiocners Mary E. Foster and Ethel
Zane arrived from the Coast this morn nc.
The Zinc Is from Gamble with lumber
and the Potter comes from San Francisco.
The China, Peking and Hancock all got
away on time es;erday. There was an
immense crowd at me racnic Man wnatf
to see the China and Hancock off. Man
passengers Inclujing forty Hawaiian! left
In the China for the Coast.
VI2NTURA IN PAST TIME.
After being delayed many hours in
Sydney and Auckland the steamer Ven
tura arrived here this morning 15 days
7 hours and 48 minutes from the Colo;
files. At Sydney she was delayed In
itio action of the dock laborers, who
refused to work on St. Patrick's day
end wero only Induced to do so by tho
payment to them of 1.25 an hour. As
It was the vessel left short of coal and
will be delayed here until late tonight
At Auckland Ahc Ventura was quar
antined, as she came from Sydney,
where a case of plague had occurred
several days before she sailed. At tht
New Zealand city they would not al
low her to go to the wharf and she was
delayed about fifteen hours taking
freight In lighters. Her actual steam
ing time from Sydney wns 14 days 1
hour. During tho wholo trip fine
weather was experienced, and her
many passengers had a most enjoyable
In leaving hero sho will bo crowded
to her full capacity, and from tho time
sho was alongsldo the wharf this
morning, until this afternoon, t'urser
Bucknam was besieged by Intending
passengers who all wanted to bo fixed
up for the trip to San Francisco.
SANGER WILL RBPORT.
Washington, March 20. Among the
duties assigned to Colonel Joseph 1
Sanger, who will leavo here for Manila
In a day or two to become Inspector
Qeneral of the Department In the Phil
ipplnes. Is an Inspection of the military
post at Honolulu. His orders are to
stop there long enough to make a thor
ough examination of Camp McKlnley
and report to the War Department,
This will ho tho tlrst formal Inspection
that has been made thcro since, the
post was established. A moro Import
ant action than this, however, Is con
templated by hU plan to examine Ho
nolulu ami tho region immediately
surrounding with tho view of ascer
taining what steps may properly nnd
most economically ho taken by the
(loM-rumeut for defending thu city nnd
the Island, His report nu this BUbJect
will, of course, not b- regarded us
flnul, for an engineer ofllcer would have
In examine tho situation before any
courluslvu step could bo taken to for
tify thu pluco hut Colonel ganger's
opinion will ha regarded as vuluulilo
from t It 0 standpoint nf an expert In
military science, It Is probable that
within u comparatively short tlnm Ilia
War Department will lake measures tn
liupintu Hawaii us u military hunt of
vulun u lime of wur,.tmd Colonel Hn
gel's vUlt will bu 11 ilWInllu luiivv In
lllla ill 1 tt I ton.
tik I.m iitul Klnlucli.
Willi the Mceplloii of nn Inch differ
nice In moulded drnl 1. unJ fix tout In
if I ifglittr III' ktNii'rrt Klnhuk and I'alc
IHK. , ir lit near .iin.r ,11 iw.i wci tail
r. 'I hut' utte built mi Hit tune nlJiii
ami twliicalli"! iy Iliu im nun, IIMIi
VftMl, ha, JflUli;tlia! 1)1 ,-Um.H
I'llM1! o tin (fill wMlh n 4? fret 1 IikIii
'luuglilur.T (f) 4 n' Ihf KlnlM.h'.
ihoiiuw utpi 1 it mm 1 inwirt uu irr
111 iuiiihks 11 nn1iyi i" ' 1 ng
m n nujij.lrl 4ii. l joMl liwM
Iff lit lonn.ua Ulim JbHi, Molh Vrli
iiif d rvici iii))niu iim uiwrf.
Tli MwIhh IMIW'lHi li mu ur
4t. in lh$ mIhm 4 imurlti 4
It tmt Ui mi tmurti! at tdmit Im
iittttni; to ttntt cut mt, 40 omtt tw wtki,
mM M tint ami MMft. 1M it tt tUtt mw
ONLY tteidv, rellibtt boyi, men ni wrmtn for
any position . Tht tlct Employment Bureau
Maroon Bwildlnf, MertfiantSt. .
MOTICE TO HutLDEHS-Tttt Union ttprtst C.
' niiwniicawnurvKSHLi: M)'
WANTED Portion as iftnAjtraphef ani tyr
wrltr Thnrmllv riniMi. "TVpcubitfb
Ruttetln Office. H , iSo-n
WANTED A yttmt man wlifilnr learn tho aft
vv of letterlnr ani th ietlcninr ani Bilfltlntr of
tPt at the hanii nl a thvouh1y conretent In true-
or. AJjreii -artist nuiietin toii
(APANP5E YOUNG COl'PLf? wants tUuaMon.
J Man 4i cnok. wife fpeneralhrwwwQfk. AJirett
SERA. P O. -.s8ts. iSrj-iw
WANTED A retlaMe party o start room ani
tx)rJlnit houjK:oUji2tGfoe, F, E. KIKQ
UANTED-Drlvir. Mhanks. Satismen ani
vv Clerks, to-dav Selett Employment Office,
Maroon Bulliing Me chant SI.
1NTED Expert tvrewrlter. Av. after a t
vv Appl to stenographer, Mojm of Represen-
UANTCO Vtmxi MlinJSinJMl
"V lo-il itt.tntM. 'rp'r lnter-lUnJ !
pnlv tn Inf.r.l.l.nJ Sr.tn
N.vlr.lln Co.. LIS. Qur.fl !,!. ,t-lf
i; ANTED-WATCHES 10 rerilrby ,w,I,r of l
)rtr p (rl,nc. O. DIETZ, 417 Nuutno Si
MAN. ttenor'.Dh.r ni tvc.wrlltr. At
PAPERS TO EXCII NGE lot cln Cot-
y-i fm Biri
APrpIV ! HulHln OWc. ISNHf
FURNISHED (ronl room fio 00 month Noothtr
rfom.rf, )l Vlncv.rJ St., t,.ir Nuuinu. t.,w
COP PENT Osy cot' J re on Klnau St.. between
PHkfl anj Keeaumoku. seven rooms. Incluilng
klchen and ball), fittei with ethtrlc llehts. Rent
t4iMW Enquire C. R. Collins, Klnjr stret. near
FOR lt NT A large airy furnUhei room for one
uf two rentlemen, at corner of Klnjf streM ani
Insane Atlum Roai. F. Siraufli. ittt;tm
A COTTAGE TO LET-SIx romni. just off iha
Walkik Roai Immediate ro"sslon. Rent
ii.oa tnAmh. Apply to S. T. Pain. Tramway
tablet. I'jnJhnu tSi-iw
A NICELY FURNISHED mosquito p oof room for
" lentatQiN. Vlntyari St., lite doors Ea of tht
yuwn no'tt. s ,
TO LET rurnlshti rooms, soma suitable for two
people. reasoniKe frlces. Apply sit Klnj St.
TO LET Two 1ar?e front rooms, electric lljh. hot
ani colitatMirst class Enquire Mrs E. M.
Tavlcr ve'low house, Klnau strret Just opposite
Alaral a'feet. iifcittw
FOR RENT A f1-room colU. on Miller tn,t.
Aptly to Clly F..J Sror. ttoq-iw
10 LET.-Comtnrtlbl. cotlJf.t on to. ermlit of
thi S.nlt.,y Stjm Ljuniry Co., Ltj.. Armlon
and South ttrts. Th. rott.rt, ronutn 4 roomft.
kltchrn inJ bith room. No firlr. chtrft tor hot ani
rol4 wTr ani electric llfl.ti. Rent reftonable. Ap
ply on the pr.mlt.. to J.Tlf hlfoot. manager. otf
TO LbT Part of oV with ink, etc., S10 month.
Alklmon, Ko.m II, Magoon 1 Butlilng.
A YOUNO COUfiflE can fliiieicel'lenl accotnmola-
Horn In rrl'ate home by applying at 1011 Wal
Itlkl Roai. Room, cool ani airy it8-,w
TO LET-Pait of office with vie of deilc. Roon of
11, Magoon Homing.
COR RENT A new tour room collage onQoeen
St. Apply to G. Schuman, Merchant St., bet
fort ani Al.kea. i,ootf
TO 1 ETSeftrn ftouie, well furnltnei room with
bolri Young Si . near Pilkol tetl'im
TO LET A collar, on Aloha Lane
Apply J. A.
FR RENT Large front room In prltale family,
rcwly fornlahei. 164 School street between Fort
ani Emma. m. If
TO LET Two neoly bulll colUg-l off Llllha St.
luit above achoot. Apply to
- WILLIAM SAVIDOE. ft CO..
SECOND-HAND PIANO In Sne coniltlon fo
aal. ch.10. Atiol. to J.l Sh.rli.n. room -.
CcclJental otel. iSot.tr
A COLLECTION ot,Carefally SlecteJ Ulani
Photoi for aale as a lot. very cheap. "Tourist"
Bulletin Office. ,104. ,t
TYI'EWKITERS-Crnl slaughter In prices. Ab
1 ao'utely New Manhattans MoSel "fl" at Isoou
each. c,h P. O. It. Chicago, No. a Oallgraphs,
aeconj.hani. In first'dass coniltlon. Sis tilts F.
N Webster Co., 141 Million SI., Chicago, Illinois.
U S. A tv.,w
FOR SALE A choke reslience of 11W acres at
Nuuanu Ave, above Wyllle street, with comfort
able dwelling house, stable ani scrvint ouart.rs,
for further particulars apply to I. E. R Strauch,
Room 18. Campbell Block, above istAmerkan Na
tional Dank. ,8o,.,m
COR SALE Upright piano In gooj cunilllnn. Ir,
1 Call bet. em t ani 7 p. m at cottage next Queen
PR SALE A gentle oung horse ani carl suit
able for a laiy. AiJressR Law. postoffice
RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE
B Property -Ituale on Juii street, lurme Iv oc
curlei bv J Emmeluth. containing an area ol 6.0s
aciesani having 68r I fret fron age on sali street.
Properly situate on the comer of Juii ani Llllha
itrert , foimerly occupied by the uniersl2ned. con
taining an area nf .ia acres ani palngii3 feet
frontage on Judi street and )te feel frontage on
ito8-im ALFRED W. CARTER.
HOTEL TOR SAIE. good paying property In
heart of town, long lease, cheap rent 3s,coo.
rail casn, pari mortgage inquire at mis onite
form.. Onthebeaih In Kaplolanl Park, lllle
In tea simple, for particulars aiiress A (,arl.nb.,ir.
I. O. Uoa ess, or at QklNSAUlt A CO , Cor. Queen
,ni iaanumanu -is IfSf.l
COR SALE A quantity nt seconi'hani grain bags
npp'y Hawaiian tramways uo. funanou, city,
COR SALE-SIa lots on KapahVu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, cheap, on the Installment plan. Apply
Emmetl May, Juii Uullilng. i,8-ll
COR SALE $oo. Furniture of sroomed cottage
near lowo. wnn privilege oi renting c-nage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE CO..
h6 Merchant Si.
FOR SALE-One eath eW-a and 6 horst power
Mien ft Must kiboseib OIL (NOINtS, tnew)
Inqulr.ofJ. Emmulutii, hi King Sl itii-'I
LOST-Check n 1st Natlonsl Da 'k of tlawall. No.
ttsforfSsco payable to W M.Campbell. Issued
rrn,.-!, w line, a. 1 injer return 10 w. a, withers.
Honest, careful work, has won
for KING UROS. a luM of friends
nmonu those who have loilal linUh
Inn to be done,
It is n pleasure to note the satis
faction It gives one who has been
out hunting with his silent weapon
(the kodak), that his efforts were
not In vain.
It lends courage to his future ef
forts when he feels that his films
are In safe hands and will receive
thu best of treatment.
Ask anyone who has had work
done at KINO HROS, and you will
learn somethlnu to your advantage,
M nlHie,U of
Moet $ Chandon's Champagne
In QunrtH nnd RIiUb.
II, IIACKFCU) f CO,, Mel,
m i AHimrs ron HAWAIIAN 'IPBDIfOllY.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Jas. F. Morgan
H65 Queen Btf t
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
WASHINGTON BBET SUGAR.
Spokane, Wash., March 14. Th
Washington State Sugar Company,
owner of the beets ugar facory at Kntr
field, this county, Is making contracts
with farmers. J, Ramm whp Is In
cbargo of tho work has contracted for
ICO acres of beets near Moscow, Idaho,
200 acres at Pullmau and 100 acres at
Tho company pnys 1 1 per ton for
beets f, n, b. any station tn this section,
with an additional pay of 25 cents for
each per cent of sugar over 12 per cent.
Inland r.mplro growu beets carry to
great a pioportlon of sugar that last
year (on tho price basis of this year)
the average prlco paid was 5,S3 uor
Already contracts hare been niftds
for 3000 acres and an additional 1000
acres Is expected u bo secured,
The Brenlnt UulUtln, 75 cents p.f
COME EARLY AND AVOID
SEE IN OUR WINDOW.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER Si LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing belter to be had. Ws
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH-Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shad, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geess
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig. Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS-Hams, Bacon. Saujf
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese. Pickles. Chow.
chow, Sauer Kraut, Applts, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes. Onion?. Cabba?,
A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shell or cans.
large or small, In
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design and prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Cartful Attention (Ivtn to
AND MHKCIIANT STS
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