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KVr.NlNO nUI-UtTlW. HOHOM11.U.T. If- WgDNEWLw Mi'ii
lie anil Colored
iiiimrlkliiii for rktcudliii: (iiilirk
line lu romiert with Kalihl roail
trrrril to ttw LMMf Cmnmltife.
One other itHhm iaM-iitd Uv cm- .
ten reqiiMtlnir that Ii'mhw i. pnnui
nl for oxtcmltHK I'm aw to HiIukji
street Hcfefrctl to the Uinl Com-,
Kntinnn lnlriKliiril a .. "oIhiImii Bk-'
ItiK Dial JOStlO ,1- In" I lu the a-'
priiprliitlini lilll'lnr tin i uriioae i.r ix-
tniillliB Mellaril mr, in Ml!., Hum'
tlio Viilcutio Itoail ici i. i ...i nri-i. j
Coney iimvwl Hint lie llouw u n
fliiDii tllll ft? prutliitr , ...inlln,. tkiik. i
lii tin) Territory of llitait and i.'o-JK
vlilliiR for the govcrnim i.t thrrrof. A.iM
.It. .... I. rtl T.4lttjl A -1 ..a. - t -. m ' ft
(llM'Ul"alim tllivci uimj i?u IIIUIKII1 OI
We Clean Straw Hats
i TIip nrllium lilll una tin- million of
iUioiIht nllnrk In thu lloin.ii this morn
'tiiK The Mil rnmu ui on ri'cmnl wail
I INK iilid the limine rcAuivnl Itself Into
I Committed of tlio Whole, Henrownta
itlvc Ahull IiiUIiir the clialr.
I Mnlinn iironiiitlv miivoil Hint cunalil-
rrntlon of tho hill he Indefinitely iost-.Corrra,.U wan postponed for one i-ek,
poned. nice moved Hint It Jians hoc- Second rending of Hoi-e Hill 4!, ili
und rcndlne. Tim "njes" and "noen
j NOW IN PROGRESS !
This season's best stylet, In a variety of materials: Ctoni, Coat ,
rt . n ...... rti.tt. . ... f...i.i.j..j i 4ful. n.t-
vncbif run ouiiif ciixf uic iimuucu in hub Qanci
Unprecedented Price Cutting To Insure
An opportunity to Buy an Caster Dress at almost half price. This
' Sale should crents the keenest Interest, as Sweeping Reductions
' have beed made on every garment,
$375 SUITS NOW .' $2.ri0 I
$-1.00 SUITS MOW S'-J.IH)
t.i r.n elllrn unui Vl't 'K '
$6.70 SUITS NOW !j5i.7."
,$7.50 SUITS NOW $-l.!)0
; $3.00 SUITS HOW '. $5.1)0
, W.7G SUITS NOW SJSH.OO
$9 00 8UITS NOW SJ50.JIO
Children's and Misses'
AT TREMENDOUS REDUCTION!! c'
MaJe of fine sheer materials, handsomely trimmed with Valen- I
clennes lace, embroidery and embroidered medalllono; sizes 8, 10, 12
and 14 years.
$ 6.D0 DRESSES FOn '. $1.1)0
$10.50 DRESSES FOR $(.75
$15.50 DRES3ES TOR $i).r0
$17.50 DRESSES FOR $!().."()
were lulled for on Million's motion In
li"tnm. Tho niotloti ua lout by u
tote of 20 to 4.
Hire moved that the committee lint
Mid report to tho IIiiiimo Hint It reiuin
nienrt l he hill juuk tecum! readlns.
Hire moved n reresi subject to rnll
of Hip Clinlr while tho rejiort wnn lie
nir written. '
When the comniltteo was enlleil to
tinier npaln Malum wnn onro iiimp
tuuddled nn to the KtatuH of uffnlrH nnd
It rcipilreit much exjilunutloii lu
tralKluen him nut.
A motion that the committee rlso
viul reKirt was rnrrleil, nnd Speaker
llolMelti rcKitmcil tlm clialr. mo com
mlllee reported, recouinicndliiK Iha
IKixrasc of tlm hill on xecmiil reit'llnv.
The leiMirt wan adopted and the htil
lilni'Pil on tho order of ihu iluy for to
inorniw. Then' nnpinreil to be no other Imi
Iiii'kh heforo the House, and l'iill ex
i'ieled hln pivioisatlto of inovliiK a
hOk-i inn 11 2 li. m. Carried.
Koine of the mi'liilieru of the llouxn
who have In en on (he hIc-Ii Hat turned
up Ihh nioriilui; and there were fewer
raram mhIh, t 1kjiii.1i the effeilii of IIih
prlppe lire Ktlll eildcnl In ivaler) e)fs
und led HUM"!.
IilUJ on behalf of the I'.ilolo vnlle
lionnrteadem jnuseliteil u petition
ilnned b f'l voleix. pru Inn that ap
iiionrlatlou bo jirovliud ror iiinuin,
iiji nkiilH In that mtIIihi. The iell
llouiTH Kiild that the) have jiaM llle
Tirrltorlul (iureriinieiil SIi!.77 In
reiitH and ciikIi pniucntH nnd have
tpent t2'.l,S7'.i.TS lu billlillUKU, and $1 1,
IJ4S.1T, III elenrliiK ImmeKlenili. The
petition wan refened to the Uimls
Correii iiresenlcd a iietltlnn. Binned
li ;,0 oteri , IlTT.yltlK lli.il JiIHUII bo up-
prlmarj' bill, was IbI.pii up and
ommlttce of the vhuli reedmnienilpi)
that II pain. I
Coney lor tho Ilrnlih and 1'olli-e
Committee announced iimi Hip timiHP
visit the O.ilui Jnll. J
On motion of l'all, lh lloum ikK n i
recess until 2 p. m.
The Rain, Perhaps,
Has Played Havoc
with your Straw or Panama Hat. Don't worry. Bring it right over to tin, and we will clean
anil fix it up for jou si well as to make you think, when we give it back to you in a day or so,
that you arc getting a New Hat!. Our cleansing nroccts i perfect; all discoloration is remov
ed, and no injury is done.
SAILORS SET FIB
TO SHIP CLAVERDON
1 M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
HABEItDASHEE AND CLOTHIER.
Fort and Merchant SU.
Shortly before It m '
three rallorn of tho Hi! i
don, which nrtlvcd u .
Irom Chill with a car.- -tempted
to set flro to il
ti'snlt wua that two Ml
ii cliari-e of arson and the third wti
eharr.C'l with a tuurderous assa ill on
tho Clavcrdon's ra.italn.
It ts paid that, Hie tullort. ret flro to
.... IlliUUHU IliUt
ii:)Ciiivi.-i I'nij Ilocan. the lneal attorne,
tl.l A a tt ',(-.. i i rvnillllloil In I lio ln!inn n him
Judge Whltne, this mornlnR. lie
was brouirlit to tho police station List
ulr.lit and hU condition wau then
fcucti that he had to bo handcuffed to
Pnent bin doing himself bodily In
jUiy. A number of attorneys called
t tho police stotlou thli morning to
i mi'v ,.t
ii ii'.s'id i.n
pillow and ti maKlcsB mid dropped
l hem Into tht hold. A itlii alarm a(' , .i.. ...i.i . .. ,... ,,
icnt in and tli chemical ctHne qnhk-ir , V 1. , ' , ,, ,k . . V . ,
Iv put out tlio Maw. Servant Kanao!'"', u f,."!,!l1 that ll woultl bo
..r the nollcc dernrtment went to lhol"c,,cr fr lm to Bo to tlio an!lltil.
none of tilt) trouble In tho patrol i n'""0 he wolild locolvo the best of
tt.ujon und placed C. Aliicnr, Jacaucs treatment than to trj to tal.o care of
flnerro and Corjiirl-ii i.inh'i uiitfi ' nlm In any other Vay. I
nie nrst named n niai-rc i mm ni- n p0nn doulitful If thero lo any!
i .lulling thO cailWln and tllC Other two i -hnurr that llnnn Rl,m,l,l ww.nvnr.1
D1SGUSS SHE FOR SffflEEHIfl OF ItHUD
The mrrtlug c.il!e I Horace Tity
lor for th" purpone of dUctlMdiig the
matter of the site of tho l'cdcral Imll
illns m called to order nl I'm
Youiib Hoiol roof t'anlon at 2 iiVloek
this afternoon. Thero wait no pro
nrranced program. Mr. Taylor xtat
1ns that tho meeting was called rfflr
Iho purpose of KCttlnB oxpreiwliiu of
publle opinion on tho subject.
. S, SACHS DRY 300DS GO., LTD.
P. E. R. Strauch
i Furnished 5r. cottaQe, Mania Valley,
I Ideal Summer Home. Large Pooi
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $15.00 per m.
I FOR SALE.
7-room house near Kalulanl School.
1 Newly papered and painted. Tol-
I let and uatn. insurance $800. Very
tncap, i,uu. uasy raymeni.
WAITY BLDO. 74 3. KING ST.
n be Ih apn.ni'iitiv hroken down both'
pliMdeulh aul mentally. Ill i iili.iJ-l
jiial coiidl.lnn ii intrli that ho nun'. i
je licited er;- carefully.
Copies of C V. K. l)oe'u now mapi
of Honolulu nrritcd todny from the
mainland. Tho map Is in miny
wau,juporlor ly Ua predecessor, Klv-(
nil iiiiieu ii.iuiucmai iniormaiion, nun
The ciil nult of lllyahltbel vs. S.
Ani'n Ib on trial todny before n Jnr
in .hull;.' De llolt'd lourt. Mino Is til.'
fi imer c lltor of n Jnimnc n ncW'p.l
pii, wl.ii w.ih t. il.cn fium ii ktenmer n
few ilaja ago ns he wua trying to pit
ut of tho countn. Ho will bo tiled
. i am of cxcrctsoK to bn kI'.'-
ouln CoIIck" hull lu celc-
iirutlon of lietand'K National lloll-
dny tontalna numb cm that are huro
to pran nil Amontr theRo nre mniRii
'by Sir. .Muckall. A. II. AiiRiin. 1'ntli-
er Valentin, (lu I.hlnir-itoii. thu
Ilopltlns Quartet, the Diamond Head
Club Quartet, mid a Hawaiian hour
by M.-3. Alapai. Among tho lnntru
moot il iiuuibc.3 arc violin hoIoh by
Walter CoiibIi and I'aul Kulser. threo
fine tiiuubers h: tlio Ht Umlrt Collego
Orchohtra. one by the Diamond Head
Club Qulutet, IimUIch man) othor
ililcarliiB icitiiro)-. The uddresM of
Hie I'lemiig will bo by Mr. Clluton
Miik.utpll, Ktt'ial. T II . March S.
IMIlnr lenlliR R.tlletln - I wish lo
Tlio UOWinn S. S. Tolsan did not,'--rim a criminal ruarHo. , I ..., ,.r. ,.r .1.. t. i.. .
Tt, t ..I lu l,tn,.,.l.t ..lnl Mm I. I -" ! ii tlllfc ir-
lUV buu 19 iiisrUKHi UKilliirt- IIIUi l''i i-. ,v. l. .. , ....i.ii,!.,..!
.i.t i .. t . .. a i i At n wn v nttftntn f ni iviu IntotifWul. I
""""f " l""11 ,""?" "' '-,- -"' ",",," I recover $1,000 wlildj Anno Is alleged
tory. IncliidlnR the suburbs, which in on account of a Dinall-alzr.l Hot mvo (olIm.tc ,, tnmaneo
Into )c.im havo. grown Into proml- i.rought about by number of th-1 ,)rlicy for anotlior nnd failed to turn
nonco. Ainonthoman)-IntcrostlnB.clllcso gilIloro ani, nrcmoIl ot lhoovoi.
dctalla showitfoa tho map Is a plan ,,, ,,,,., tlnI ail(1 nttemptlnB to a
in ine set emcor u.o recumnuon oi ,., tlQ c,tJ. TUoy wero flnay ,,rv Th(, ,)art ,)f J0 Janam.s0 VKttinn
mo ivaijvi.il nwaiuin. which mil neon . haek n)0arcl tll0
lunjecioii nv I'rixi'jint i.. Li. I'lniainm
of tho Hoard of Health. Tho now
map la In a very convenient form,
, 1 . , , ii'1 v iiiui.i; mini inn
"K1 ,Io,,B nn.n romparntlvely nar- ol kU1, ,,,,.,,., fo,,
lll. llll. B.IV1I1H 1.1U3V V. I1U VVIIHI'I
crmv of tho tlermnn training ship
The Chlue-o claim that they wero
i duly II much unplontant craning or
Fntlsructorlly scttleil Is. California Is
mistaken In culling them Mongolians.
Flieiueu only miiiinge lo keep warm
under ini'K'iit coudltioiiH when
don't have to go to a fire -V.x.
Kilty per cent of Russian ihltdicu
illn befoiu the) ie;uh lire )iars
Stf- DULLLTJN ADS. PAY
less wlih !i w.13 piibllbhtd In )imr p-i-
per March otlr
Nawlliwill, Knual, SInr. 5. Tha
drowning of Mm Mantel jestcnlay re
niiicd from the buretlnjr of n icfer
o!r nt Camji 7. She wai over
whtlmed." The above refers to n reservoir of
Hut Hawaiian Sugar Company I'ln illa
tion. I Leg to state that thero has
been tin bursting or wtinhlng awn) of
nuv of the ivicrtnirH on this iiUhIm.
I Vours mo truly,
II. . IIAI.OWIN,
Slauager, Hawaiian SiiKiir Coiupauy.
W. P LJ 'JP J! . j
ipi w & vSk
TO BUY STOCK IN A PROVEN MINE AT 20 CENTS PER SHARE
The property of the COLUMBUS TONOPAH MINING COMPANY is located on the south end of Candelaria
Hill. Candelaria. on the north end of the hill, has a record of production of over $60,000,000. One mine
produced $35000,000 and paid dividends of $4.00 per share per month for two years and 50c per share per
month for three years- Another mine produced $12,000,000. They mined some wonderful ore that milled as
high as 3000 ounces in silver and $430 in gold
We are not offering you stock in an undeveloped prospect but in a MINE that produced and paid when
mining and milling expenses were from $40 to $50 per ton, whereas the ore can now be smelted for not over
$15 per ton, with a gain of from 10 to 20 per cent, in returns, due to the larger percentage of values obtained
irom modern smelting methods as compared wstn milling processes of years ago
Property Consists of 12
Location Situate in County of Esmeralda, State of Nevada, District
of Columbus; distance from railroad. 3 to S miles.
Title Possessory, being held b location.
Names of Claims News letter Nos. 1, 3. 3 and 4; Qolden Chariot
Ncs. 1 and 2; South Tribune Nosj 1 nnd ?.; Piisco Nos. 1 and 2; News
Letter Tuimtoise and Gila Tutquoise, each G00xl500 feet.
HEWS LETTER NOS. I, 2, 3 AND 4.
Chaiactcr of Oie; Silver, running as high as $200 per ton.
Work done: Five shafts, ranging from 40 to 210 feet in depth.
Sise of ledge: Tiom one to thre feet in width, showing for about
3000 feet in length.
The indication is good for permanency, and for good values to great
depth, as ore shows well from surface to deepest workings. '
F1USC0 NOS. 1 AND 2.
Character of Ore: Silver, assaying as high as $500 per ton, also gold
nnd small percentage of copper.
Woik done: Ore stoped in early times to a depth of about 12 feet and
fiom i L2 to 4 feet in width. Value of ore extracted must have been of
high prade, as the cost of milling and hauling;' was excessive at the time
the claim was worked, probable cost Icing 3-10 to $50 per ton.
Size of Ledge: From 18 inches to 4 feet, running in a generally east
ern and western direction, intersecting the Granite location.
Golden Chariot Nos. 1 aiul 2
Character of Otc: Gold quartz, assaying as Irish as $300 to the ton,
with some silver.
Size of ledge: 8 inches to 2 1-2 feet. ,
Woik done: Similar to Frisco Nos. 1 ?.zi 2.
THIBUNE NOS. 1 AND 2.
Character of ore: Silver, carrying more or less oxidized copper
itain ami lead sulphides.
Work done: Croapincs cut iu several places bat no depth obtained.
NEWS LETTElt TURQUOISE AND GILA' TURQUOISE.
In connection with these properties arc two claims C00xl5C0 feet
each, showing for about 1600 feet on tho aurfaco float nnd cropping! ot
turquoise of good nuality and in wlilrh will undoubtedly bo foand good
aluc3 in tutquoise with proper development.
The cost of milling at tho time the mill was running was in tin
neighborhood of $50 per ton, and hauling $10 per ton. It i3 easy to see
that it reauiicd hie.li grade ora to nai', and tho fact that in the Golden
Chariot claims theic hai been much ere extracted and hauled is proof con
clusive that much oie was uncorded in the working of the nine, and
where high grade ore is found low grade oro is alio found, and nuch ore
must lie m place in these mines whioh would not pay under past condi
tions, and, which under existing conditions, should and will pay great
profits. v (Signed) J. P. STlDOEIt.
it is but four milesdCvn hill--,
from tho property of the Columbus
Tonopuh Mining: Company to Rock
Sidinjvr, shipping: point on the 'I'onu
In order to immediately put this property on a ahipntnp; 50,000
shuus of the treasury stock are offered for public subtcrinnon at 20 ccnt3
The returns from this offering are to be used in equipping the mino
with modem mining machinery, who., it will enter upon a self-supporting
and dividcnd-p.iyiug career.
At the close of the treasury offering the ttock will bs listed, and it
teems certain, in view of tho early shipments contemplated and assured,
that it should command ait imracdir.to premium.
In iew of the fart that there is more ore in evidence on this proper
ty than is represented by any other twenty cent (or 40o) stock on the
n.tiket, and the assurance of the management that the company should be
able to pay n dividend before the end of the present yenr, we have no hesi
t.uicy in tecommending the purchase of this security to our friends and
send your order to. or for fuiiier information call and see HAR R V ARiVUTAGE, Merchant Street, Honolulu
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