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EVENING ntTLLETHV, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY MAIICII S 1006
For One Week Only
Monday March 5th
ALL TRIMMED HATS
33 1-3 per cent
less than regular prices
N, 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
I, . 0 j For it is on I
RAINIER OOTTLINQ fl'jj'J ijjjX''''. 'J A" ""J 1 I
In accordance with demand we have arranged for regular ship
merits of SNAPPER from the Colonies and have Just received a fresh
Standing orders may now be placed with the assurance of being
All who are acquainted with the delights of SNAPPER eating
will te atad to hear of this arrangement and we guarantee that the
fish will be alt that It should be 'n s'ie, quality and preparation.
If you hava never tasted SNAPPER this la the time to do so.
You are certain to like It and to order more. GIVE IT A TRIAL.
J M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manag . Office, KAPIOLANI DUILOINO.
'PHONE, MAIN M9
WORID tvtk m
tn the pictures of the Britt-Nelson
Bght to be shown In Wavcney nan
tomorrow and Wednesday evenings,
motion photography may be said to
have reached perfection. These great
Dlcture films are the finest, clearest
and most attractive set of moving pic-
lures ever offered to the public gate I
Not only are these films the bist
ever taKcn or any puunc event, out mo
best ever taken of any subject any
where. Never has a vaudcvlllo pro.
gram, with Its carofull posed motion
pictures tho attractive films that clo.,e
r modern show displayed the equal
of these films.
The Ilrltt-Nclson battle, fought at
Coltna, cni., to seme a championsnif .
and to settlo a rivalry that was strong
er than any champlonshp desire, was
the fastest, gamest mid fairest combat
of the century It was a ilcaly strug
gle where strength strove with skill,
phenomenal endurance against heroic
gametics!, Strength and endurance
won and California's pride went down
to defeat but In such a victory there
Is glory and In such a beating no (lis
trace. Every moment, every blow and every
detail are depleted In tho pictures.
Don't miss them. They arc something
not to bo overlooked and never to bo
ISLAND BOATS TEH
OF HEM WEATHER
The Inter-Island S N. Co.'s steam
ers Nllhnu and Nocau reached port
early this morning from Hawaii. Th
former brought one passenger, Charles,
Ilaffcy. The latter carried no pnssvn- B profession that our genial Itoad Su
gers. On the outward trip tho Nllha'l1 pcrvleor has long since laid aside, but
landed 31 Japanese at Kukulhacle and nithln the last month ho has regained
31 at Hllo. all his tricks and added a few moro
She started to unload machinery nnd jurat for old time's sake,
line at Honokaa on Kcbrunry 26. She
was nble to work only threo hours on
the ZSth, according to tho report of the
purser, on account of tho strong winds
and henvy swells prevailing. For tho
same reason she was delated nt Ku
kulhaele. She finally succeeded in un
loading the lino nt Kukulhacle and dls
charging the balance of tho machinery
at Honokaa on Saturday last. Klio
brought 3912 bags of sugar to Hono
lulu. Tho Nocau brought 3010 bags of sug
nr. She reports strong trades and a
choppy sea along tho Hnmakua coast.
The services at tho First Methodist
Kplscop.il church csterduy wcro of a
special character nnd larger congrega
tions assembled both morning nnd
eventnr. Kleht new nietnbom. were
received, six on probation and two by
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letters or transfer, Including I'ror,
er Sprague of tho High School. The
lllfunt daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jill-
too Vonhulzcn was baptized. Miss
Wudrtlngton singing ns a solo. "I think i
when I rend that sweet story of old,
Upwards of 100 remained to tho sac-
rcmontal service, tho largest attend
nnco for some time
In tho evening, n larger number of -. greatest precipitation in .1 nours
men wcro present thnn usual "The! 0 13. nio 11th und 12th Totnl pre
man that 1 might have been" was1 clpltnllon In 1877, 2 11, 1878, 0.32; 1879,
ihn nuitor's Ihems with nn earnest ! 2 00; 1880. 4 93. 1881. 3 00, 1882. 188;
plea In behalf of the larger and fuller
und nabler life of tho real Christian
as compared wllh that of mero sordid
gain and sensual delights, Tlio now
choir did admirably. Tho quarlct oP
Hawaiian voices added quality to the
interost of tho services. Miss Hell de
serves great credit for the good work
already accomplished In building up a
first class choir and wo predict for
her still greater success In tho near
future. Tho Methodist church should I "lies; average hourly velocity, 7.8:
take first rank for good music, as well; maximum velocity (for flvo minutes)
as In other respects. So many people Its miles per hour, from southwest, on
oi the present day think such a feat- 10th.
ore Ib more of an attraction than even
OLAA OIYES LAND
Tho Olaa Sugar Co has decided to
offer homesteads to laborers now work.
Ing on the place who will stay wllh
tho company lor a term of three years,
A 200-acre tract has been silccti d near
tho 11-mlle post on the. Volcano road,
to ho cut Into homesteads of one aero
each. A house costing between 2f'J
Vind 300, w Ith a 2000-gullon water tank
wilt be furnished each I'ortuguest lab-1 On April 9, a civil service exnmlna
orcr A number of the Portuguese Hon for female clerk will be held In
have already accepted the terms An- this city It Is for women 18 jcars of
Other village will be luld out later "go or over on that date, who must be
near Mountalu View The erection ot legal residents of tho following states
buildings on the land already selected
will be proceeded with ut oncu.
C1IAPIN GETS PRIZE
Chairman J A. McC.indlns nnd Sec-
retary H l Wood of tno I'romntion
Committee called at the Moana hotel
Saturday evening und presented )lr
and Mrs W C Chupln of New orl: Examiners nt Honolulu for a copy of
with a souvenir of the Washington's ti10 jjanuai nnd application form 301
MUhday pa-u tnd llorul parndc, us u jn upplylng for this examination tho
lol.tn of tlr popular enthusiasm over'oxact ,jue "clerk (Female) Depart
the Chapln llornl-boat uutomoblle In mental Eervlco" should be used In tho
the parade Tho souvenir consisted of nppllcatlon As applications have to
n colored photograph of the cur, in u
lurye fiame which also Included an
llgrnssed testimonial from the Pro
notion Committee, and the blue rib
bn.i, a special pi lie
From Kawlllwllt, per stmr Iwnlanl,
March t C W Spits. Miss Mcl.eod,
C. II. Jennings, Miss Wala, I) II, Ma
conachle, Mrs Hatsopou, Mr. Croll and
SPENCEIl In Honolulu, March 3, to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer, ft son.
RUSH FOR TICKETS
FOR ElKS Bid SHOW
It began this morning, and say, ou
should have btcn there. Of all tho
lastllne. mishlnE and cramming, this
certainly was tho worst ever, but of
ihn enthered those who hail tho ua-
Hence to wait their turn, many were
well repaid for their trouble Ofcourso
"Peter the Ticket Hustler" was on '
hnnri with his little hook full of orders,
n jact he had n boy on the front steps
vVnll. Nichols, all day Sunday and
)Bit ight he was the cause of a good
,cai of comment by passers by who
law the lad lying there nsleep Kvcn
jic g(00(i n lino he panneil out n
jBn(j otllcc stroke of business, from
some of the late comers who could not
Brror,i t0 BtBn,i n few hours In line
and nltogethcr ho managed to buy n
rnft of scats for both nights
A good thing it Is, that the Opern
House has such a large seating cupac
Ity. for a few more rushes of tills kind
aould keep the show going for a week
While n good many seats have been
taken, tho house still holds many very
chnlA 1w.ntlnna find nit lint, Innr Wnll
Nichols have been busy supplying the
demand. Ity the time Thursday conies
around, hardly a seat will be left In.
the house. It expectations be realised.
Yesterday all tho traps were weight
rd and put In working order so that on I
rnursday nignt no nitcnes mtgnt mar
the production, as the hurried en
trances of the end men Is a show all
Tontghtt here will be a full rehears,
il at the Opera House, with 1'rot ller
gcr and his orchestra, the entire show
being rehearsed. Ono nf the cleverest
pieces of work Is on acrobatic stunt
by Mr. Snm Johnson, assisted by Mr
Hen Clark, Mr. George Clark and Mr
U. Lemon, who go through nn assort.
ment of tricks with soft music that
would make vour hair curl This Is
Weather Ilurcau. Monthly Metier
ologlcul Summary Station, Ho
nolulu; mouth, February, 1900,
Atmospheric Pressure (Reclined to
(en level; inches nnd hundredths )
Mean 30 00; highest, 30.19, date 19th,
lowest 29.92, date Eth
Temperature. Highest SO. date 17th;
lowest 57, date 7th; greatest dally
range IS. date 7th; least dally range
0, date 23rd, Mean for this month In
1890, 72. 1891, C9; 1892, 73, 1893, 72;
18901, 70, 1893, 71; 1890, 72; 1897, 74;
1898, 70; 1899, 72; 1900. 71; 1901, G9;
1902, 70; 1903. 07, 1901, 70; 1905, 09;
i'uu. . meun "i mis jnunin iur it
0, S. DEPARTMENT
uog-tirs. ', nuwnuio nuiximum iur inn
month for 17 )ears. 82; absolute mln
cars. 71 i absolute maximum for this
"' r win monui iur il jeart. a.;
avcrngo uouy excess or tins monin ns
rompnred with mean of 17 years, 0 3,
accumulated deficiency slnco Januury
i. i meruge uauy ueucienry since
January 1. 0.2.
Precipitation Totnl this month,
1883, C.0I. 1881. 1.14, 1883, 1000 1880,
l-23l 18&7, 5 3, 1888. 13.74; 1889, 0 87,
1890, 10 70; 1691, 573; 1892. 3 IS. 1893.
n.w; 10.11,1.11., iw., v.o; iw,;
Average of this month for 20 yenrs
1.52; deficiency of this month us com
pared with average of 20 cars, 4.20,
accumulated deflcency since January
I, II 37.
Wind. Prevailing direction N. H,
(39 per cent); total movement, S212
weuuier ftiunucr ui uuys, cieur, li;
partly cloudy, 13, cloudy, 2; on which
,01 Inch, or more, of precipitation oc
Miscellaneous Phenomena (dates of)
Aurors, none; halos: solar non, lunar
non; hall, none; sleet, none; fog, none;
ALEX. McC. ASHLHY,
Section Director, Weather Uureail.
irtOflcfd swelotSSornth rforex.hmrftam
FOR FEMALE CLERK
nnd territories AiasKii, iniiinn icrri'
lory, Alabama, I'orto lllio, 1-onUlnnn,
Arkansas, Hawaii, Mississippi, V0
miiig. Tho ttxanilnatlun will be In spellliu;
lanld copying, rapid computation.
iirlthmAtle. iipninunshiii. letter wrltllli:
Bna .onylnir from rough draft, six
10llr bvlttK ,lle ,me D)0wed. Appll
, tnntg ghould nt once apply to tho
unM stntes null Service Hoard of
i 00 ned w(tn lho commission In Wash-
Ington, there Is not much time to
spare In making them here.
Kor San Francisco, per 8 8 Ala
medu, March 7 Mrs II. H. Zumwuit,
Mr and Mrs, II. 8 Dates, Dr Harvey
and wife, Mrs Marston Campbell and
child. Mrs. A. M Hodge, Miss Humes.
V. W. Ilryun und wife. Mrs J Terry
Connor, T Kdward Wilder and wlfo
Mr and Mrs A. M iltirmim, Miss L.
II. do Welds, William Klncald, Mrs.
Klncnld and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
I). Whiting. V. Hager, Hr. Hodges, V.
W. Travel, Mr. and Mrs. Lansing.
"IT SAVED MY LIFE"
PRAISE FOR A FAMOUS MEDICINE
Mr. Wllliditn Tell How She Tried Lydla
E. Oakham's Vegetable Conpeind Jitt
Mrs. T. a Wllladsen, of Manning,
Iowa, writes to Mrs. I'inkham:
ru.u m.m. .'
' I can trulr ssr that tot hare saved mr
lif., d I cannot tpren imy gratitude tb
vou In words.
" IWore I wroU to you, telling you how I
folt, I bad doctomt for over tn o yrara steady
and iant lot of monsy on nirdldnm lldf,
but It all failed to help me. My monthly tw
rlnlo had enuvd ami I suffrred much piun,
with fainting 1U, headache, backache and
bMiinglown paint, and 1 was so weak I
could hardly kxtp around. At a but rmnrt
I decided to write you and try Lydla K. link
hain't Vegetable Compound, and I am to
thankful that I did, fur after following your
Initructlont, which you tent me free of all
charge, 1 twenme regular and In rfert
hi-altn Had It not been for you I would be
In my grave to-dT.
" I tlncerrly truit that thlt letter may lead
every tulTrrlng woman In the country to
write you for help at I did."
When women arc troubled with Ir
regular or painful periods, weakness,
displacement or ulceration of an organ,
that bearing-down feeling, Inflamma
tion, backaclie, flatulence, general de
bility, Indigestion or nervous prostra
tion, they should remember there Is
ono tried and true remedy. Lydla K.
removes such troubles.
No other femnlumcdlclnelntlieworM
has received such widespread and un
qualified endorsement, Itef use all sub
stitutes. For25vcanMrs Flnkhnm, daughter-in-law
of Lydla K. I'inkham, has under
her directum, and slnco Her decease,
been advising sick women fret) of
charge. Address, Lynn, Mass.
"1,11 Ai H,DE"
AT OH 1 T
One of the most uhsorblng stories
ever penned will bo told on th Or
pheum stage this evening by the Na
tional Stock Company, Itlcbard Uublrr
nnd his splendid support.
Dr. Jckyll and Mr Hyde," being tun
BtrnBe adventure's of n man who Is
controlled by a dual personality, who
Is at times u model citizen and who li
on occasion i fiend Incarnate, Is a
play that lommands tho utmost Inter
et It has becu the rage wherever
produced and Honolulu theatergocra
liuvo now the opportunity, for thru
nights, of witnessing before the foot
lights one of tho most thrilling dram
lUizntloiiH ever prodiued hero
All who have read Stevenson's botili
will wnnl to sen the story staged, and
those who Imvo not experienced tli
sensation of the story In the reading
should not mlts nluit will prove one of
the greatest fascinations of their the
"Confi'KSluns of n Wife" will be tin
Play for Thursda). Friday und S.ilur
An Immenso crowd turned out tc
celebrate the opening of the roller
skating rink III tho old Union Feci
Co.'s warehouse on Queen street, Sat
urday afternoon and evening. From
the grand stand n largo number of peo
ple enjoyed tho sport ot those on
wheels. During the afternoon 111 paid
udmlslson ut the door. In the even
ing there wcro many more than tho
rink could accommodate. Another
shipment ot skates Is expected on tho
next steamer, lho rink gives every
promise of being u great suiccss
Governor Atkinson wus to he seen
In the Brand stand, ns were ulso Cap
tain und Mrs Nlbtack, Mr und Mrs,
C T Wilder and others ot uote.
Arrangements have been mudo to
open tbe rink ut 10 o'clock every morn
ing for the especial benefit of ludlrj
and children who may wish to Irani
the usn of roller Bknles, During IIicmi
practice hours none but women und
children will bo admitted
EMMA 8QUARE CONCERT.
The Hawaiian band gives a nubile
moonlight concert this evening at 7 30
ut Emma Square, as follows:
March "The Victor" I'roi
Overture "I'oct nnd Peasant". .Slippy
Intermezzo "Silver Heels" ....Moret
Selection "The Lombardlans" .Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs . Ar by Ilerget
Mrs, N Alupal.
"In My Merry Automobile." (new)
Intermezzo "Happy Heinle"... Lumps
V'lnnlc "Linger Longer" Leslie
"The Star Spangled Danner "
TIIAVENS At his residence, Punch
bowl, Honolulu, March 3, 1900. of
consumption, V. J, Travcns, aged
about thlrt)-two years, leaving a
widow and ono child.
lrliMillejH) I linligljl j
A Optimistic Light
Let your light so shine that It leaves you free to be as cheerful
as you desire.
Have electric lights In every room, In the kitchen and In the
You don't have to burn all the lights all the time; but once elec
tric lights are Installed you can have all you want, any minute, Just
where you want.
We would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at
the lownets of the cost. We shall be happy to supply you with full
Information on the subject.
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
Office, King St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390.
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We are now located In the new brick building on King 3
street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will
be pleated to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line,
Our prices will always be fair. r
We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulro" and "Oreenwell" 2!
Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the 35
killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house
at Kallhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under
the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of !S
Soliciting your patronage, we
C, Q. YEE
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
?JiiHiiauii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiuu liiiiiiiiK
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvo all Other Plavorw AIho
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
Wa are prepared to supply the People of
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of il
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Plge, Dscon, Ham; In
CLA8S MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
rr.LEPHONE MAIN 7. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVE ILDt
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
t oodi and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse,
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT
It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per
sonality, "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone White 081
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
WholcHttlo St Rutall Liquor Dculor,
B g 8toek of .lapanese and America Liquors, "vnztl Salcrn In connection.
IWILEI AND K IN.0 ITRtaTS.
JOhTOFFICE BOX 880 TELEP NE MAIN St.
A number of fine mile' OSJtre; also
driving horses and chickens.
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
HOP & CO. I i
Honolulu with Frtehtst at
kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
fact, everything FIRIH
126 Kin St. Phone Main 58
have opened a borsoshoe
Iqg department tn connec- '
tlon with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur- '' )
ed the services ot a first- t
class shty- "j are pre- H
pared to do ail work la- '
trusted to tnem In a first
class manner. J
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