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LOOK OUT FOR
Sale Begins on
Monday, Feb. 7th
Watch Our Ad
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
, Comer Fort and Berctania Streets Oppotite Fire Station
Great Closing-Out Sale
of Our Entire Stock
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We require space for new lines purchased
by Mr. Curtis in New York. Wc are
advised the new stock will be here
shortly. We will offer all our
Laces and Embroideries
at Big Reductions
We are going to replace every number
with an entire, new line.
Profits Not Considered at This Sale
The Bargains now on offer
Tuesday, Feb. 1st
ACCIDENT IN MEXICO
LAREDO, Kob. 2. Slxt-clght miners Iqst their lives nnd forty
were seriously injured In n conl mine disaster which occurred today nt
Espemnns, Mexico. ' '
The explosion of coal Races caused the catastrophe, and the affect
fed rplhe is almost a total ruin. ,r
r, ft Klamc3 broke out shortly aftor the explosion, nnd added to tho
Jinrror of the scene, carrying death tb many or the Imprisoned ones
wfio vjeie Injured by the explosion. Tho deadly fumes of tho gases
completed the work of tho explosion nnd flrc. '' '
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NORWEGIAN COAST STORM CLAIMS MANY VICTIMS. ? i
i OIIUISTIN'IA, fob". 2.f A terrible storm Il-ib lucn stacoplng tho
Norwegian torBt during thjV past fov ,days. "-Much damage 'has been
done to shipping ami many fishermen hnvo lost their lives.
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AMERICANS WILI QUIT.
,- We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islandsj Ml
' Good furniture at moderate prices,
Your credit is good, '
J. HOPP & CO.
1S5 Kims St.
IX i'ASO, rob. 2. All of the Americans employed on the Mexican
National Railroad hnvo voted to resign on the seventeenth. Fho hun
dred men, are affected by tho decision.
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OASTNER TAKES FALLS' PLACE. ' ' '
KN FJtAN'CISCO, Fob. 2. Captain J, -C. JCastncr, quartermaster,
U. S. A., was todntf ordered to relievo Captain Moor N. Palls of all con
struction uorlv at Honolulu. ,,
STARTING UP IN
MakuraV Second Class Prices "Advance, And
Bidding Is More
Dctweon fifty and sixty becond class' Sugar prtco t'tivanco Ind thi c.v
and a half dozen third class passen- pectert effect, 'if not tho usual one, on
gorg who arrived off the port last the stock market today. Orders began
uvening from Australian ports and to Increase with Oahu and Cwn In the
Suva will bo compelled to undergo n lead. Over twelve hundred shares of
detention of fourteen da) a at Qunran- these two Btccks exchanged hands
tluo island as a result of tho Invustlgi- esterdnj ICwu'nt 34 nnd Oahu at 35.
tlan of a case of sickness In tho sec- Tho urlco on each advanced fitly cmlr
ond class department of the ship which a share In silcs mido'at today'g ses-
lias been diagnosed ns smallpox. Eton of the Kxchmgs.
Tlio Makura showed up off tho Jior- Pioneer took a move downward en
bor about 8:30 last ovLtilng niter a tharisnIo of thirty pliares, Mdllug at
rather rough passago fium tho Col- 212. though the flock rhect shows 215
oulcs. Tho wjrelcss ilaut being out bid. Tho nsL ptevlous salo was al
of commission, Honolulu qiurautln.fi , 2t2 6Q. Kunll BtLckh uora very fliai.
ofllclals were not advised of the slcCn JffcUrydo seinr.g at 7.25 oiLtho b"trj
ncss on board until tile mcdlcil mi fu)il,Olaa holding strung at, fr50,
aiu uii-u u,iii;iui vi&fL uu mu Bill)!, , j. Itiyviy uiuillllt;liJr vvuiaillii l.o.u'l
Tlio umallpox victim !ainilltl!oilhree-,.ls a teaturo ,of, tho market. ,fto ,bIj'Ii
ear-old girl who Is tiavellng frojl Js comlnc.out, ihe ftiiks calling Igi i30i
not considered ns serious, la sutnclcnt many of tho, brokers nro expei-ilna
to placo tho Makura In tho light of. an qulTq a stock, boom The funnlckt l.l!n.
Infected shit), and niter a cdnsultn'tlon. In the mock, mnrkrl It'lho rennrt lliit
dim Ufou A, nlnnl.l. l.n n..nK..llMn l.t .1 ' -. , i Iji'A, 'T. t- . I
wharf, whufo sho hai rOnialncd Ing mado nt iboH. i As theto aro being
throughout thor day. ' , taHo'iij ni-pamby tlroso in chargM't
Tho JIakara brought sixteen cabin theA'cundyii It Is 'not .Known tii Is
passengers for Honolulu, thorei beln( bitfulng abvyj'pnn T
several prominent people, Included in tfp, k
Tbcso wero released '(his morrtlrui.HFAl Anil PPPUn ih.
after having submitted to a vncclna1l'l'flll UlllvllU. .. M
tors. ' h
Among tho second class passengors
nro somo forty )ouug men ciimprislng
tho Columbia Park Hoys, and also sev
eral theatrical performers for local
Tho quarantlno Is unavoldablo tho
quarantine officials' being guided In
their action by tho strict ret
of tho Fedoral regulations.
Tho Makura brought n good-sized
general cargo for Honolulu, Including
remgerntod provision, liquors nnd
On Sundny morning there will be
an Interesting. rowing raco brought
off nnd In 'it'th'e Strawberry crows
of the heavy nnd lightweight brl-
thelr action by tho strict requirements Jgadcs will compete over 'a half-mile
Tho wlnnltie crew on Sunday will,
later on, row against tho Myrtle
Strawberry crdw, and It Is thought
merchandise. Tho freight Is beinB ? ,, rry , lu 1 . . , .
trnnsferi'ed from Jho ship into tho b? tho mombers that one of tho best
steam pcow rinneer and then taken
to lilBiiop whnrr.
Tho Makiira it is bcllovcd will not
get nwny for Victoria nnd Vancouver
before tomorrow morning. Through
out tho morning, tho shipping office of
T. U. Davlcg & Co, tho local repre
sentatives for tho Canadian-Australian
lino, was besclged by n largo number
races over seen lfcr'o will eventuate.
Tho race wlf stmt it!,'i6 o'clock
sharp, and b; that tlmo a big crowd
Is expected to lie, congregated at tho
Tho selected crews 'that will raco
on Sunday are as follows:
Henv) weights F. James, stroko;
of Intending passengers, whoS wcro.otremua' c: - Gal1- ' " LBht-
anxioiij to learn tho exact tlmo or do
partura of tho Makura. The 'fetcamer
Is taking about sixty tons of freight
from Honolulu. Tlio passenger book
ings Indicate that at least sixty per
sons will tako passage by tho Makura
for Puget Sound.
Is the Wood Pile Getting Low?
YOU'LL FIND THE BEST PLACE TO BUY WOOD IS
' ' Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St below Merchant. Phone 281,
This morning nt 7:30 o'clock, ns
a Ilapld Transit car was cpnilng to
ward town along Uerctanla Btreot, a'
Japanese passonger became alarmed
nt a fuse box blowing out, nnd at
tempted to Jump off tho rapidly-moving
The usual thing happened the
Jap lit on his head and hnd to be
taken to tho Queen's Hospital, His
Injuries worq found to bo rnihor so
rious, and'ho may bo detained thoro
for a while. As soon as tho acci
dent hnppened, the police patrol
wagon was telephoned for, but be
fore it reached tho spot, a Japanese,
hack had picked up the man and
convened him to the hospital.
W- euiUrriM a or pay -m
$1800 large House and Lot, about
76x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliha Streets.
$600 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Severalhigh Building' Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $60 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building. 74 S. King St.
foot, 3; P. Do Urottevllle, 2; O. I)
Lightweights A. L. Scroggy,
stroko; W. I)hn, 5; T. Norton, 4;
A. T. I.ongley,' 3; II. Leuike, 2; A.
Tho course will be from tho Myr-
tie boathouso to the end ot tho Ala
kea street wharf, and both crows
will row In slx-oar barges..
SIX MONTHS FOR
, Victoria Delhado got a well-deserved
six-month sentence in Jail
this morning. It appears that the
man called on a former lady frlond
ot his who bad lately married, nnd
trlod to rcnow their acquaintance
ship. Thu lady objected, and Del
hado at onco proceeded to break
things up generally.
The lady put up a good struggle
against her former friend, but lie,
knowing more ot the fight gnmo,
passed her ono on the point,-and sho
took tho count. v
Than Dolhngo sauntered down tho
street, and, meeting tho bridegroom,
who was wondlng his way home
wards, proceeded to beat him up In
fast ordor. Tho police wero called
In and tho assault and battery man
was hauled In. This morning Judge
Andradu listened to all the evldonco
and (hen -decided that half a year's
retirement would bo Just tho thing
American shipbuilders have wan.
In the competition with Kuropenn,
firms for tliu building ot two buttlo
shlps for Argentina,
Sjr- BULLETIN ADS PAY -
The WUNDERHOSE warrant is
very specific. There is no mistak
ing its meaning. In each box: of
WUNDERHOSE is a card with the
manufacturer's pledge of good faith
to -the buyer of WUNDERHOSE-a
card which says: "WUNDERHOSE
Warranted to wear, to hold their,
color, not to rot, not to burn the .
feet, not to wear out in the heel,
' sole, or toe for three months. Made
in all colors.
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The Wonderful Bargains
Will Soon Be Gone
Why pay more for groceries when you can
get the very choicest goods in the market at less
than wholesale cost. Compare these prices with'
what you usually pay :
TEAS : . ENGLISH BREAKFAST Regular $1 ; now
GUN-POWDER Regular 65c; now 50
CEYLON Regular 75c; now , ...55
EXTRACTS All Flavors: Regular 35c. bottles; now 25i
i Regular 20c. bottles; now 3 for 50
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT Regular 15c, now , 3 for 25
f FRANCO-AMERICAN SOUPS Regular 40c ; now .. . 39
APOLLINARIS WATER Regular 15c; now .' 11
SOAPS (by the case) Regular $3.50 ; now i ,. .$3.25
' CROSS & BLACKWELL PICKLES Regular 40c; now 25
FANCY WALNUTS and ALMONDS Regular 20c; now. . . .3 for 50i
Also, Tremendous Bargains in
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases, -Agate
Ware, Refrigerators, .
Crockery, Glassware, -
Only a few of. these items left. Prices have been
further reduced, .
tewis & Cos Store
Salle being conducted' by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD..
"Th?Finait Bathing onHhe. BcachV,'
Heals At AllHoun.
WINES. LIQUORSrA'Ntf CIGARS.
w. u. UfciiuiN. Proprietor.
The French. Laundry
258 BERETANIA STREET
J. ABADIC, Proprieior
Agent for .
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO