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Some OF Our
Prettiest Hats In Town
Everybody said so who attended
our Millinery Opening. And we have
added a lot of New Designs there
arc over 100 of them, all of distinct
ive and distinguished styles.
New York and Chicago Models and
All in the latest shapes and styles.
made in our own work-rooms by our
own milliners have style, taste, indi
viduality, and correct and becoming
You can get style here in these hats
without paying extra for it. Visit
our Millinery Department.
The Onyx Hosiery
The most reliable hose in the mar
ket. When you buy the Onyx brand
you buy the best stocking made. A
full assortment for ladies and Chil
dren. SEE OUR HOSIERY WINDOW.
New Dress Linens
light blue, pink, cream, and ca
dctte blue, 35 and 40 a yd.
Flaked Dress Linen
light blue, pink, and green,
Correct weight, right quality,
inches wide, 75 a yd.
Ladies' Dressing Sacques
A sample line in solid colors and
figured. Made of lawn trimmed with
pretty Valenciennes lace and fine em
broidery. Kimono Styles, price 75 90
$1.00 and upw., now on display.
The Foster Hose
improve every figure. Perfect sup
port with dress or negligee. Women
who dress well know that much de
pends upon the hose supporters. In
all colors. 50 a pair.
New Windsor Scarfs
All colors, extra quality, 25 ea.
Full length, all colors, 35 ea.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Olaa Will Have Large
Crops Next Two'
At tha minting of tlio stockholders
ot the Olnu Sugar Company jestcr
tluy nftcrnoon I), r. Dillingham spoko
nbout tlio future of tlio plantation In
tho most hopeful terms. Vast strides
ahead woro being made, ho said, and
tho stockholders might look forward
to getting dhtdends In a few jears.
"Wo stockholders of tho company
uro under obligations to tho agents,"
fcald Dillingham. "They huo put up
large sums of money towards tho de
velopment of tho plantation. The
planting last J cur, 1 think, was the
largest ocr planted hero by any one
plantation In ono year. It Is duo to
tho agents that they should havo the
agency for the additional ten enis
asked for. Tho plantation Is In lino
condition now. There have been
great losses, for which no ono can be
blamed. We nro very fortunato that
wo were not wiped out ontlrely. Wc
havo been fortunnto that wo have
had crops ot ten to eleven thousand
tons for tho two years last past and
UtiGu acres Is expected for tho crop of
next year, nnd over 5000 ncrcs for
tho crop following. With such crops
for tho next two years wo can look
forward to dividends' In a fow years
It may seem n long time to wait, but
other big plantations havo Kept their
stockholders waiting longer."
M NOT OWE HI
Cnrl Ontnl, ono of tho Ontal broth
ors who aro being sued by Mary Ath
orton Itlchards for summary posses
sion of tho Vineyard street premises
held by them under leaso from Mrs.
Itlchards, states that ho docs not owe
plaintiff any rent, tho account being
paid up to January, and tho money for
I'Vbruary and March Is In .1. A. Mu
goon's hands ready to bo paid over,
but plaintiff refuses) to reecho It.
from tho same physlcaldlsturbances,
and tho nature of their duties, In
many cacs, quickly drift the m Into
tho horrors of all kinds of female
complaints, organic troubles, ulcera
tion, falling and displacements, or
prhnp irregularity or suppression
causing backache, nerrouineu, Ir
ritability, ami sleeplessness.
Women everywhere should re
member that tlio medicine that holdi
tho record for the lai-m-nt nnml.Ar nt
MRS. A. M. HAQEHMANN actual cures of female Ills la
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from simple native roots and herbs. For moro than thirty rears
it has been holplnp; women to be strong, regulating tho functions per
fectly and oTweoming pain. It lia also proved Itself luvaluablo in pro
paring for ohlldblrUi and the Change of Life.
Mrs. A., M. Hsgennann, of Bay Shore, L. I., writes : Dear Mrs.
riokham: 1 suffered from a displacement, exceutro and painful
funatlons so that I had to He down or sit stUl most of tho time.
Lydia E. Plnkham s Vcgotablo Oompound has made me a well woman so
that I am able to attend to nr duties. I wish every suffering woman
would try Lydia L. rlnkham's Vegetable Compound and see what relief
it will give them."
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering Trom any form of female Illness are Invited to write
Mrs. Plnkham. at Lvnn. Mih for urtrlen Him U Ik Mr. iii,i,,. ,i.
has been advising slek nomen froo of charge for moro than twonty
v., ...... uv.wtc fc.iv nilO UVS1SLVU HOT lUUbUBT-lH.ia Y UYIUU. .. i'lDK'
nam in aariung. iiioreroro
sick women back to health.
she Is especially well qualified to guide
Taft's Hold Complete
On Ohio Delegation
COMJMIUJS, Ohio, March 3. Secretary Tnft Is in full control of
tho Ohio Republican State Convention. Secietory O.irllold Is chairman.
All l'ornkcr committeemen have been dropped from tho State Committee.
SEATTLE REPUBLICANS WIN
SUATTl.n. Wash , March 3. Tho Itepubllcans havu carried this city
for their cnndldate for Major by 3000 majority
JUDOE WILFLEY AFTER ANDREWS
WASHINGTON, 1) t March 3. Judge Wllllcy of Shanghai cross
examined Lorrlu Audi own, who Is seeking his impeachment, beforo tho
commlttoo today. Thcro wcro frequent clashes.
an pure Ginger Ale Ferfectly Flavored Soda Water Any
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD. !
TELEPHONE 71. O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. jj
,f W Jfeg":5t,?WV "5w
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
MISS HARRIMAN MARRIES GERRY
NKW YOrtK, N. V . March 3. C'ornoJIn Iliirrltiuin nnd Itobcrt Hrrry
wcro man led at tliaco Church thlt evening in the presence of n fash
TO WATCH ALL ANARCHISTS
WASHINGTON. 1). C, March 3. Secretary Straus has Instructed
Inspectors in Ills department to keep closo watch for anarchists.
Hubert W. IlreckoiiH was sworn In
by JtyLto Dolo this morning us United
Slates Attorney for the District n!
Hawaii for his now term of six years
Hrcckons exhibited In open court Ills
commission, signed by tho President
of tho United States, whereupon the
Judgo administered tho oath ot ofllcc
A HELIAnLE REMEDY FOR THE
Whisky and Beer Habit
Very few men become drunkards be
cause they like liquor. It Is frequent
ly the moderate drinker, who before at
realizes his condition, has become a
drunkard. The nervous system, hav
ing become accustomed to stimulants.
Is unable to do the same amount or
quality ot work without liquor, hence
the victim drinks more nnd more. This
It a state ot disease and should bo
treated by Orrlne. It destroys the de
sire for liquor, so that tho drink Is not
missed. There is no loss of time or
detention from work when It Is used.
Orrlne Is prepared In tno forms: No.
1, tha secret remedy which can be used
In food or drink without the knowledge
of the patient: No. 2 for those whe
lake tho remedy of their own free VIII.
Ilotn forms aro guaranteed. A reg
istered guarantee- In every box.
Troatlsa on how to cure drunkenness
free on request. The Orrlne Co., Wash
Ington, D. O. The prlco ot either form
is SI a box. making the cost ot the
complete cure less than one-tenth what
It Is usually charged at sanitariums,
with a guaranteo that the expense will
be nothing unless a euro ,I gained.
Mall orders filled In plain sealed pack
ago on receipt ot price.
Orrlne Is for sale by Honolulu Drue
SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC IN ROME
' ItOMi:, Hstly, Mardi 3. An epidemic of smallpox heio Is 'lighten
VENEZUELA DECLINES ARBITRATION
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Mlirch 3. Venezuela haH again declined to
accopt arbitration of tho claims against her.
on tho top of tho mosquito net covered
couple. This wns an original design
In the way of costume. Then the
spring millinery girls wcro tho cause
of side-aches wheroor they went
Merle Johnson was mado up excel,
lontly us a Hindu. Hank of Hawaii
was represented by u character called
Money-bags. In tho person of C. Mar
ques. Ho won tho prlzo for tho most
original gentlemen's costume.
Miss Arlelgh wns a llower-ludcn
dream. Her costume was mado up or
tho beautiful bougalnvlllcu, and bIic
carried n spray of tho flowers In her
hand. Her prlzo was for tho most
original ladles' rostunio.
Thoro woro many others with quaint
and unusual costumes nnd anions
tho mwcro tho following: Miss Maun
Jones, as Knight; Spencer lllckerton,
as Hamlet; Mrs. I'lhv Whcolclr Wilcox
aH a Oreek poetess; Miss Do 1'Artlgiio
red poppy; Miss I.ady MncfurlHiio
Mrs. 1'alrclillil, Miss Helen Macfar
lano, Chlncso Indies; W. M. lira)
means service and Wearing aoihty A cheap paint that peels and
wrinkles and fades within a year or two is extravagant in price,
however low that price may bt
is not cheap paint. There is nothing cheap about it, in quality,
looks, service, or wear.
171 SOUTH KING
S & COOKE, Ltd.
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
are everywhere considered the stnndard of excellence and good
Wc hate them in 35, 50, and GO-ccnt hoxes.
THE HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
NEW ZEALAND MUTTON
LEGS AND CHOPS
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
NEW - TO-DAY
At tho Annual Meeting of Iho Stock
holders of tho Inter-Island Steam Nuv
Igatlon Co, Ltd., held this day, tho
following Directors woro duly elected
to servo during tho ensuing eur;
George N. Wilcox, August Dreler,
Albert S. Wilcox, Wm. O. Smith,
John M. Dowsett, Chas. M. Cooke,
James A. Kennedy.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a meeting of tho Hoard of Direct
ors of tho Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co, Ltd., hold this day, thu fol
lowing ofllcnrs woro duly elected to
Bono for thu ensuing ycur:
James A, Kennedy President
Jas. L. McLean Vice President
Norman E. Qedge
, ... Treasurer and Secretary
Zeno K. Myers Auditor
NOKMAN E. QEDOi:,
Honolulu, March 4th, 1908.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Pages. It was from hero that tho
noble 1'rlnro ami 1'rlnccBi rolewed
their subjects ami waved hands of a
proval at the gmlesqucly-attlied as
sembly, dim Scliaefer. as tho I'rinco,
was an Ideal. He was dressed In a
costuma bcfllttlng his stntlou, wear
ing whltu satin small clothes, with
whlto silk stockings and silk shoes, a
waistcoat of Alice bluo nnd n dark
bluo court coat trimmed with old lace.
Tho Frlncoss, Miss Ethel Spalding,
was n dream of hiollness. Her court
gown of while satin and Alice bluo
train, borno by two pages, rniiHoil
much comment for Its beauty and rich
I'css. She was a truo l'rlncoss, If only
for u night. Tho Maids who attended
her wcro us follows: Miss Cariltn,
Miss ftcsturlck. Miss Allco Hopper,
Miss Irono McCarthy, Miss Eunice
Pratt, Miss Chat lotto Hall, Miss Adclu
Moruan. Miss Allco Cooper. Miss Hen-
nlo Catton. Miss Hollo McCorrlston. ! Pierrot; Hoscoo Perkins, (luy Attlro
Miss Irma llnllontnu. Miss" Tucker, Dr. and Mrs. Cooper, Ur. Horlicit, Sam
Miss Jano Wlnnc, Miss (lenevlovo Wilder, James Wilder, Mrs. I). II
Langston, Miss Cordelia Oilman, Mlsi Hitchcock, Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott, urs.
Knthotln Hopper, Miss Allco Hedo Swnnzy and Mrs. Iveis wcro Mm
mann nnd Miss Sarah Lucas. (makers; Dr. Wood caorted In black
Tho great Bpectaclo was, of course, land jellow, MrM. Mott-Smltli Cunning
tho Ornnd Match, lloro Is was that lmm and Harry Cobb wcro "stung
tho rolllos, Kools nnd Fun-makers, ns boneoth a mosquito nottlng; Uirlt.
well ns those who wcro costumed In I Jenkins was a red Pelrrot; Percy
Cleghoru had a splendid rosiunio in
tho time of (leorgu Washington; Mrs
Deacon, ChlnoM) lady; O. A. Jordan
was tho Master of Ceremonies,
fieorgo Davis wns legally present,
Annlo Huso was tho Woman In Whlto
and looked loely, Mrs, Chas. Crane.
Sunflower; Iloynold McClrow as tho
Court Tool, was excellent; Douglas
Jones, chauffeur; 1 S. Conness, heav
lly disguised; Mrs. (i Wlldor, Spanish
Senorltu: Mrs. l.angton, Juno upto-
date, and many othors whoso names
could not bo discovered.
Throughout Iho overling utter the
Ornnd March, dancing was continued
until nn early hour (his morning Tho
affair was a success from every statu!
point, anil will go down In Honolulu
history ns another triumph among
ninny of tho Kllohana Art League.
Picture Yourself ;
BEST RESULTS are obtained in
this, way, as the subject has no feel
ing of Posing, nnd takes a natural
picture. No one need be there 'except
The device that docs this is the
It's small, light, and fits any cam
era, Button, Lever, or Bulb. You
can set it for ten seconds or SO min
But call and sec it for yourself!
Photo Supply Co.,
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
per week you can get a fine
Waltham or Elgin
SEE US RIGHT NOW.
l for Men and Women
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
' 1 113 HOTEL ST.,
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Cash boys; also n boy that has had
toino exporlonco In a dry goods store.
Apply Sachs Dry Goods Co.
rich and beautiful robes, wcro In their
glory. All of tho old-tlmo masquerade
characters were present t" lend a
proper spirit to the occnBlon. Prob
ably the best costume on tho floor was
that of Miss Mora Walt, who was
dressed as n Chlneso lady or high
lank. Thoro wns nothing lacking to
mako her uttlio truly rcpii'sentntlve
ot the Flowery Kingdom, ami general
approval was hoard when tno prize
for tho handsomest lady's costume
was awarded to her.
Next in point of Importance wns tho
strnngo dress of Mr. Hclneckc, who
took and looked tile part of a florco,
blood-thirsty Turk. Ho was tho re
clplent of tho prlzo for tho handsom
est gentlemnn'B costume. Tho maskei
who undoubtedly causod tho most
speculation nnd wonderment In tho
bnll was Miss Ethel Monsarrat, who
represented tho Merry Widow. Mls3
Monsarrat was dicssed entirely In
black, a charming costume It was too,
and oven hor life-long friends woro
unnblo to detect who sho was. She
walked off with tho prlzo for the best
sustained laily's character, and sho
Tho funniest duo on tho floor Wns
tho combination of "Hub" Hicks, the
Et eon-horn horn of tho Collogo Widow,
and Hans SnlltzciiRiaizcr, uerinnu
vditth. tho parts of which woro taken
respectively by W. Wurren nnd "Kim" TT) TP "D Cinili
Kennedy They packed off a pilre JK Ji,, J OtraUCll
for Ihnlr originality.
"Stung," read tho placnrd ImnglnRWAITY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST.
We'll Help You
if you need money by buying your
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry and
giving you more for them than jou'll
get anywnerc eisc.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 061. Telephone 031.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
have your bus-
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarkct.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Several fine Building Lots at Puu
nui, cleared, unobstructed view, pro
posed extension of car line; 50x105,
Reduced to $150 for a short time;
$25 cash, balance $10 per m.
Besides other property at greatly
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalitie3 to plantations, contractors
1G3 KING ST.
82 MERCHANT ST.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
in the city.
' PHONE 107.
D- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -RE
For Expert rtepalrt on Dleycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc., call on
J. 15 Santos,
M. PrcMips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY OUODf,
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