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Semi-fittinj. the very latest in new Grey and Tan,
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' THE MOTHER COAT
White, navy, blue and red, from S1.00 up.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
Cor. Fort and Bcretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
ROBBERS WORK ON
Christmas mi', with Its exciting
times On the public stlccts, wus chos
J on as n fitting 1 1 mi- fur n korle of rob
bcilm thioughoiil tlio elt.
I Mlt Jnlitisun'fl curio stoic leeclvcd
ill Iblt In tuotn 11 o'clock nml ilnj-
llglit, when nliuut $150 worth ill Jew
clrj was taken. 1 liu back door was
tin- iiiu.lt! of entering iitnl (lcpartliiK ty
(hu t )il r
A bold holdup wns fiiicsciariilly cat
ilcil through In the Iwllcl illatilct'ltiu
nunc evcnlm; tlio visitor to that lo
cality being icllcvod nt ii gold watch
mill rlialn iintl cuff buttons, nil vnlind
In tin- neighborhood of $240,
CIili r AlcDiinic Inn tecovcred nil of
tlio nromrts excetit tlio visitor's hat
Iwhlfh wus also taken fiom him
A. II .lungclaus, of tlio I'liliu Cufu,
was iiIko n lomr lij Hie firct Hint hl.
room was rtcalthll) entered sometime
near morning ami nil his clothing and
vnhnlilos therein taken. Tlio clothing
nns liter fouinl In an alley Imt minim
any valuables, .
AlrDiilllu was nlso urn c-cssful In Ihlr
Instmuo, lecovcrlng most or llm jirop
crty stolen which wan valued In the
neighborhood of $3t)n.
RESCUER WITH PUNCH
A cinck on the Jaw for n Christina
pupiut iIuoh not seem to he tho right
klinl of n ronii mhraiicc. cnpocl ill) nt
n lew mil for doing a slight favor In the
way of pulling ,i ninn out of thu river
wliuio If left to himself ho won il h i(
A HOliHer who li.nl tnkin nil the
llnuoi ho mild Imlil, ny down on the
river ti ink to hKcp It off, hut hircll)
huil hu put In a good position when
over he wint Into thu water, cutting
his f.iro with n deep Bash on the Htone
i nihankinent A German n imeil
Khrmis, who siw the soldier fall
Juinieil Into the wiilcr without hosltn
Hon ninl saved the soldier's life. Oth
ers came to the rescue with ropes mnl
In a short time the Mihller wus hauled
to tho .top of tlio wall
The ropy men next turned their at
tention to the rescuer and as they
were pulling him over the wall the
Mildlivr, whose ducking had somewhat
revived lilm, hauled off and fended n
severe minnh on the fnco or tlio man
who had unveil his life.
Iho soldier was so hndly wounded
In his fall over the cmhinkment thnl
ho had to ho taken to the hospital for
fc ' ' ' n in g i m
The Best Built Car in America
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Tliero hiit never been any aucRtlnnlnn to tho gient loltahlllly of tlio Loco
inolille. If It oxcuIh In one nttrlhuto mom than another It Is tlio ability In
nm iliy afler day, inotith, nTlcr innnlli, jenr after enr with .I'lulnliniini
of eaiu and expeimo. Re.ul fir ilomonttiatlon at '
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.,
Merchant Street, ppp. Bishop Street1
ARE THE HOSTS
U. S. Revenue Cutter Pre
paring For Cruise to
Tho well known United Stntes io
enuo cutter Thills In now In Hawaiian
waters. The vesnel arrived from tho
const on Christmas day nml Is under
(ho command of Captain V V, K. Jac
obs. This mornliiK Captain Jacob
nml Acting flhvernor Mott Hmltli ex
chnugcil felicitations nmlil e tiring
Tho Thetis cdmes to Hawaii to
make a tour' or tho outlying bird Is
lands and attempt to round up the
poachers. If. any are now conducting
their unlawful' business or killing
birds Tor tho puriKiBo or removing tlulr
skltii. Thu Thetis possesses an his
toric career in tho V S revenue sor
vice. Tor some jenrs she has been
actively Idciitlflul with the polking
of tho American seal preserves In
nothcru waters. The Thefls has been
In tho thickest of the fray Tho ves
sel has vliJtcd the Hawaiian islands
on several previous occasions. She
Is a wooden vessel staunchly built n'ld
her bow Is ptnted with hcavv steel lo
withstand as well as to foice her wa
through an Ice pack,
Tho Thetis Ik to ho, reprovlsloncd,
mid a supply of rue! taken on board
preparatory ror mi en-ly departure for
tho email islets which Ho to the north
and westward of the Hawaiian group.
Tho cutter Is.prnvjded with n very
satlhfactory vvlrl lews' outfit, which as
sists to keep tho vessel 111 communi
cation with tho land stations.
l'er P. M. S. S. .Mongolia, from Snn
rrunclscii, Dec, :'B Kor Honolulu: U
Aaron, Mrs. 1.. Aaron, A. Adams, Mrs.
C. .1. Ilarclay. Mrs II llarnuin, V. II,
llarrlnger, Chas. I) l.irry Mrs. Ch.is.
I). Harry, Gen T 11 Harry, U. S. A ,
Miss .ltilln Uarr), Oeo. A. Dell, Col.
John Hldille, U. S. A, Miss Mabellc
lllggart, I.. V. lllggs, Mrs. I,. l Illggs,
C. II. Ulidsejo, -Mrs. C. H. lllrdseo,
Master Chas. W lllrdsejo, Sldne)
Hlrdreje". Mrs. JohipS, IIIIbs, A. W. T.
Ilottomley, leo. I. Ilrown, A. K. lluii
gay, 13. W. Ilurgcss, J. S. llurgess. .1.
Cartw right, Mrs J. II. Castle, MrH. J.
II. Clark, .1. n. Connelly, Z. Ciishlng, i:.
M. do Leon, V. A. Doming, V. a, Dcpi
Ing, Miss Itutli Dcmlng, J. T. mile.
Harold O. Dillingham, Mrs. Harold O.
Dillingham, .Miss A. V. Dulsenberg.
A. W.,Iiinic. MIhh It. Hhrllck, V. II.
ICmmans, W. Knipbon, Mib. V. Huip
son, Cnjit. 1. K. rerguson, U. H. A ,
Col. W. h. rinlcy, U. S. A., llOMia
Togg. Mrs. Horace I'ogg, A. T. Kowlei,
P. II. Knvilcr, MrB. V. U. Kowlcr, Al.
V. flallagher, Mrs. M. V. Onll igher. ft
T. Garland, A. W. Gilbert, Mra. A V.
tlllhert, I.uey Glenn. Mrs Al. H. Glenn
Major J. V. Hnlns, U. S.A., Mlsj Z. K
Hurt, Airs. D.J. Hennessy and Bervnnt
AIlss Alnrgnret Holiness, Alustei D. J.
Henressy, .Master I'mil Hennessy, C
K. Henry, Mrij.C. K. Henry, Stanlcj
Henshnw, II fllekel, O. H. Hlc'.ci
AJrs. O. II. Illckcl, I.eon Honlngshci
ger, Airs. Leon Honlngsbcrsci, Mr
Alex. iBinbcrg, .Master Itu.lolpli 1M:
heig Master Alexander Isenhurg, n
J. Johnson, U. M, Kallsky, AIlss Al.
Kelly, II. C. Kenned), Mrs. H. fj. Ken
nedy. L. T. Klblei, Mrs. A. V. Kmnlsun
and maid, .Miss Itutli Kmidken. J. L
Lewis, Airs Chas.'O, Long AIlss Alice
Mncrnrl.ino L. L McCandless, Airs. L.
L. AlrCandlcss. Miss Cllznlielh L. Mo
Cniidless, II. L. AlrDonald, A. j"
Mitchell. Airs. A. J. Alllc'iell. T. H.
Muncnra J. C. Alonlgomeiy, ilul.luo
Neldo, A. J. OgV, C. U 1'ali.u r, Airs.
13 W, reterson AIlss Al, L. I'otmsny.
Win 1'Iotts, Airs. Wm I'.'ot. Isauc
I'nllard, Idlwnril Pollltjt M. F. 'jn-.
scr, AIIbs'II. II, lroBSflr,"A. J. (Ji.liuy
.Mrs. C. lOtavpns Master Walter itvv.
en, A. Ray, AtlSs'C. Ilestarlck, Alra. V
H. nice, B. K Illchnrds, Airs. K H.
Richards, O. J. RichardsoK, Mra. 0. .T.
Illcliiirdson and infant, AI'- Gcrlriulp
Rfploy, Airs. O. 11 RocK.-ood, Jnck
R)nn, C. Banfonl, AIlss Hautlmi. II.
Saxl, O. A. N. Schanrsma, Mm. G. A
N. Schanfsma, Air. Jay deoit, J, II.
Scovllle, Mrs. .1, H. Rcovll.o. Miss M
Scovlllc, Airs. ,1,, Shotwoll, W. II.
Smith. Mrs W. H 'smith W. O. Tn
lor, S. 13. Thompson. Mr; S. B. Thomp
son, R. II, Trent, Alls. .rncph '.V Vail,
V. D. Wethorhy, Mrs. P D. v.'ch0,i,j
Mrs,,R. L. Wilcox, Gen. 0 P, Wll
son. Airs. Geo. p. Wilson II. L. Well
PURSCR PHILLIPS or the steam
or Matiim Kea reports the hark thlut
Knthorlno ns arriving nt Illlo on S.u
day with general rfcrgo. tho Meiimor
Kntcrpilso as having sailed for &m
Krnnclsco on Friday with gonornl ear
go and n row passengers, the schooner
Kona sailing on last Wednesday for
Port Townsend In hnlhist, mid tho
schoopor Kwa, at Muhukona dlBcliutg
Ine a general consignment o: supplies
Till: 8TI:a.MHR Llkell't?. nnlvlng
Irom Pailnaloa. In ought no ruUnt ni
passengers. Her ofllcers ri'prled a
rough trip with choppy seas outvvanl
hound, with lino weather nml smooth
hens returning. Along tho Haiuakiiu
const tho weather was exceedingly
tough from Snturdny to Thnrbday al
teiuooii, nod It was Impossible to' work
nt some or tho ports.
$LT WE have
!cl .' ? large shipmen
VuH v v Some of the
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V A AJAAa rktt v"1
V'ii" iAlw"!" r5t .Wll v I
1M 'MTil . i c? v 1 " 1 ..
at the price of $1.50
IF YOU ONCE TI
YOU WILL USE NC
HOR9E RACE8 ON NEW
YEAR'S DAY AT KAPAA TRACK
LIHUi:, Dec, 25 Tho good old days
ol racing urn to bo revived ugalu nt
Walpuull, next Saturday, and tho In
dications mo that It will bo a meet
attended by the. best horbes on tho
Island and a grcut crowd or enthu
siasts. Tho fport will begin at ten o'clock
In tho forenoon, nnd will continue all
day, with an Intei mission at noon ror
lunch, which will bo eaten on ihu
A good program has been arranged
by tho commltteo In charge of tho
nirniiKuments, nml among the horses
enteied will bo tlueo from Col, Spald
ing's Btables nt. Kottllu, two belong
ing to Alanager Webber of Llhuo plan
tation, fiuir entered by II Kiiblm.m
ol Koloa, nnd several tuoro by resi
dents, ol Knpuln, one by Tatslnu or
Koloa, ono b) M. 11. foinaiulez o Wa
hlavvn, Hnnnpi'po, nnd other places
DESK PAD CALENDARS
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD,
Karly on Christum Day Is
Testa, nephew ol 1', J. Testa or t
ill), and one or thu vv oil-Known I
vvnllaus, dlul ut his home on Kal
road ot kidney trouble. He was
)eais ol ago, having been bom J
v ember 1!S, lSMi, in this city.
The deeeiifccd was educated in t
Itojnl School, alter whlili he beui
u printer, woiklng an tho Advertl
lor many jenrs. While in that
luilty ho organized u savings ns
elation among his co-woikcrs.
this way thousands or dollars 0
arciimuhited, rendering timely t
In timo or need v
Lntel) Air. Testa was emplojcd
the pi luting department ot the I
Yesterday afternoon special J
ncral bPivlees over the remain's
the deceased were londiicted Jjy t
Ruv, it, Horace Chamberlain! of
mtx.ii -&m )?
&f i $waftowm?
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