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BVHMNtt UULKKTIN, HONOLULU, J. II., TlltmSDAY, FEU. 3, ltttO. m-
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What is Castoria?
iRIA Is a lmrnilcsH sifliRt Unto for Cc
cgorlc, Drops and Soothing Kvrnr
CASTORIA Is a lmrnilcsH
Pnrccorlc. Druiw nml
pleasant. It contain neither C;f--, Morphine nor
ether Narcotic sutatunccj (XT&rcotlcs nttipcfr). Is
ago la its guarantee. Bit dcrCraTA Wnrtm mid allaj
imeriiHnrsi. at citrn uicrrjirau anil V lw Colli!
c relieves xcciiiu:t Trouble, cures i m
and Flatulency. It iu..:i.jlK.itc this Pod'
the Stomach and aloivcZs, gi iziji Ucal'.l
sleep. The Children's I'uiiacon-'i;..
algnnlurVj cr UwZ&f cfgun
Physicians Recommend Car
"My ptlcxiU lorarlaMf r.rat?c tl nctten of ,oar
"DoTiiigiiijninllrilprictlco I fcnmi of Mttrnl
( when your Cu'.orlawniiimi-rUini and uiul
wilheoodrciolu.' K.MoiiuKtB.M. ..,
LL Luuli, Ho.
"Tonr CMtorl I rrrttlrlyiia tmloil reninl?
for children I know of, I kntv lo oih.r pit
JvliUry pttpantlua llch ll II, rqij,"
Kaaut City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's CattorJ
In UseFor Over 30 Years.
Keep yonr books in order, preserve them lrom cock
roaches, and have a cozy library comer 07 using Macev
Sectional Bookcases. Oak and mahogany. low prices.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
Hackfcld Builiincr Fort and Queen
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D UStnii M XV iT'&Pfirt-vis i
I wy Mrv 7-v d
B Complete Outfits
ijuii i 11111VT n i ill
FURNISHINGS '. .,
V TRUNKS and "
'! v SUIT-CASES
L. B. Kerr
cto Co., Ltd.
sifliRtitnto nr Cantor OIF,
Kitniliinp- Himm .
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$4, 4.50, $6
All the Latest I
Shapes and Styles
Ball Given By Merchants' ,
TI10 MorchtintR' Araoclnllon uf Ho
nolulu certainly snared no pains to
tna!(e the lintl nt the Young Hotel
Inst evening, In honor uf the chief
petty officers of the I'aclnc fleet, a
ferent success. Ktcry little detail
hud heen thbuRlit of, with tho re
mit that there was no hitch. Doth
pavilions weie requlBltloued, so that
the floors were not too crowdecWrho
tuu'lc whs enchanting and everyone
had the time of their lives.
Amongst the distinguished guests
mill cnlrohcrs wore Ucar-Admlral Se
iner, who pcntonally thanked the
Mil bus members of the Merchants'
.Wicci-.ulon entertainment committee.
for their V.lndncss In providing en
tertainment for Ma offlcers nnd men;
Hll Excellency aovcrnor rtenr, Col
1 net 'o(lva:(l, ln ijctor-gcneral;
Colonel Schuyler, io.nmandlng the
Fifth Cavalrj ! Captain V. V. E. Ja
co'js cf tbo revenue cutter Thetis,
Major Hnrt. Hnlph 0. E. Former, II,
li. M.'s Consul; Mnjor Mnglnnls, tho
grand ofd man of Montanaf Mrs.
HogRs. Mrs! nnd Miss Blnnnc, Mrs.
llarey, Jfr. end Mis. C. E. Llvlng-
rltin, Mr. nnn Mrs. Carpenter of
Dixon, III.; Mr. 1I111I Mrs. C. W.
Ucvilng, Mis. Emfl A. llerndt, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. G. Quild, Mrs. C. C. von
lluintn, Mrs. A. A. Young, Mr. and
Mis. M. Phllllpi, MIsa Mary Head-
den, Major Wndhams, Miss Kato
V.'ocd'.vaiil, Mrs. It. Lewis.
K was carl' daWu when tho last
ttralus of "Home, Sweet Homo"
Ilodted over the steeping city. Even
then the dnnccis sco.ued reluctant to
lc.it e this s-one of fcsitlvlty. From
n very cntervntivo rsttnnte there
mujt have been at ie?st 100O per
leas p.'esrut. 1' t 'hg 100 ihief
petty ofl'.ceis fioni ,'ne IMfcirtc Hoot.
Thiiutih tl.u .;cur cy cf ttanr-Ad-tn
I nil Sn'jlco, both pivllbns had
In on p-cfasj v d'ciaied with built
in; Iron tho Marylcnd' atid Colo
ir. jo. Nino hlu"jjs'tets' had been
tlitifwcd lot this wirk, nnd so adroit
vfiv thpy thai long ho'foA lli'elliio
n'p'.iotntcd lor tlic ccintiiouc)in6at ot
tjii ball; the MiUloiii had lijen d.')ii'
e."d Into volltnblo hnvnri!. Ornce
fut lalnis wottt. uio.l to great otfect
In ) eauMf tu lliese rconis, varl-col-orci
eleitil tights 11 up tho scouo
of fnillvl'', n):d wltii the scarch
llphti' of the wurealpi playlhg 'upon
the siKroit'iJtng on u try, the Ydung
Hotel tor); o'l a.gaib of beauty that
has pe'doti If ever been c'qunlod.
H'. cL'cf petty oMcers Hvore whlto
uniwinis, which were In pleasing
contrast to (ho psotty gowns worn
bj the fair so.. Tlio army was well
loptcisentcd, nnd with (he large con
tingent of civilians In full dress, Ho
nolulu society was well represented.
No pains had been spared by the
entertainment committee to make
this ball one of the successes of the
siacon. Heircslinicnt booths were'
conveniently placed and screened
with shrubbery; ample, seating nc
commOdatlon had been provided, so
that couples wishing to "sit out"
could do bo In comfort nnd prltai..
Tho floor ninuagenient was In the
hands of ,Ed. Towso, nnd It wjs-duo
In part to his until Irs efforts that
the long program van so tuccossfully
carried through. I'lans havo been
completed fo" entertaining the petty
offlcers and men ot the Pacific fleet
at tho Moana nnd Seaside hotels
next Saturday, nnd all are looking
forvarl to giving Uncle Sam's rop
rcLcntallves u splendid time.
AUTOS SLOW DOWN
Hack Inspector Scully reports that
certain parties In this city are In the
habit of hiring hacks, aniJ. after using
them for a couplo of hours or so step
out nnd tell tho drivers to nth for tho
Scully is on tho look-out for the al
Jcged men who' beat tho hackmen out
of their money, nnd If ho gets them
there will bo some interesting cases In
the Police Court booh.
According to Scully the nutomobllo
drivers aie all bphivlnu and he finds
nn timing thorn thrt very few get as
'high a rate as fifteen miles nn hour out
of their machines, within the city lim
FOR WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, SORE
THKOAT, CATARIjfJ, DIPHTHERIA
Vportit4 Creiokn top tKt fwoijrtmi of
Whoopof Coaih. tftt-dieftded Cioup CkODol
titl Ktrt CtttoUn ut-L II cti dtieelly
on dos anj thtoat, piakin UMlhiof fair la iw
MM cl eoldit looSci th r throat and ibipt lh
'ougb. It h a boo lo tulsicn Uoa Astbm
CratoUna a powtWnl lerntlct artlnj tih
ai eutsiiva ud ptvam in ccnUcIoui ctitsirs
CrMlns)'a best iccocomeruJitiU it ill, thuty
yean 01 iucctMui uh,
For Sl W n Dnutili
ScnJ Portal for .Dfxrtp.
Ttural , Tbtl simtiU ,
, , in i 1 mm mm i .
4 BooUJ&g lot lit t
mated thiott 10c.
T Vm CmtitM C.
ISO Fshsa Str.rt,
IW Ytik Cltr.
Product of Laysan Raid
May Be sold At
Five big two-horse truckloads ot
baled feathers nnd sacks ot feathers
were taken from tho United States
revenuo cutter Thetis this morning
an& brought by ship's boats to th(
Fort street wharf, where they were
transferred to the customs bonded
The plunder represents the confis
cation of the fruit of tho labors of
a party of twenty-three Japanese la
borers rho were .apprehended nnd
brought to Honolulu by the officers
of tho Thetis.
Tho bird skins are encased In
strong sacks each holding several
thousand pairs of wings. The feath
ers arc' enclosed In much larger
bales. They ore1 In-a very good
state of prqservatlon, nnd each bale,
is marked with Its destination In
Pending an opinion from the
Treasury Department at Washing
ton, Hhe local' Federal, officers are
reluctant to pass 1111 opinion as to
the final disposition of the plumage
from Laysan and Lyslansky islands.
The feathers have a market value
on the mainland and' pn'tho conti
nent of Europe. It Isjjtffleved that
Inasmuch' as the P'iJjAm ' 'ma Hccn
confiscated on AmerJcJrlPArrltory,' no
condemnation. iceedlngs aro neces
sary In settling' the matter of the
ultlmnto disposal of the plumage.
Marshal Hendry will place a guard
over the material during the time
that It remains at-tho warehouse.
The baggage.' and personal effects
of tho Japnne.se poachers have also
been brought ashore, and theso have
been turned 'over to tho customs au
thorities for examination.
Should a favorable reply bo re
ceived, to the quci lea sent to Wash
ington, the bird plumage may bo
soM ,at public auction.
FORD ARTICLES A8
An Interesting $cflcs ot articles 'on
Hawatpts app'SJaB in The Nctf Ago
Magarbil'. ThbkSrtlc ca are by Alex
ander Hums Ford and.twupply'bf tht
numbers cnnyinu; the'Hawallari' art
icles han JuVwi.p'lre'tl at-tho Hawaiian
News Comt'V'jlitW Yliunl hatldlnz.
'-J In tho November, nu'mbcrtr Ford
eiyes pp jnnung nccir.nu ui iuv
'aigrte&ptninl trip tatlif cfciTer ot Ha
LfcaMHlth Jplctures VF-'er' before
pJtm&lwd. Including' members of thd
Confrcssloml party, "JacV-Atklnson
and "Maud." 'J ho article Is of timely
interest .nt rrctcnt as Mr Ford con
siders Ilalcakala at sunrise tho marvel
nature picture oftho world and his
persindel M, nchtrlllaln of Patho
Iteres to'1 make the? accent and at
tempt the re'cordluVof the groat fleecy
clouds lxmrlng Into tho greatest crat
er known to man.
In tho Januiiy number of tho same
macazlne Mr. Ford lolls tho story of
Kllauea and describes tho dlnnor
tcrved on the bdgo of the fiery pit to,
tho congresslo'nnl party and coqklng
in the crevices' ot the hot lava. Tin
New Age Magazine Is the official pub
lication of tho Supreme Council, Wach
Ingtcn, D. C, and Is ono ot tho most
handsomely ijiustratod publications
that finds its' way to till .ie.ua
Mr.' Ford Is now proparlng an art
icle Tor the Now Ago on th' pineapple
Industry and hopes to secure a sct'ot
Shrlncr parade pictures and an ac
count of Masonry In Hawaii for uso In
an early IsBue.
Tho Hawaiian News Company has
also ordered a number, of copies "ofVan.
Nordcn'B Magaxlnos containing Ford's'
series of articles on "Hawaii for tho
Whlto Man." - '
FOR THEFAB EAST
There will bo a meeting ot tho Doard
ot Governor's of (he Commercial Club
today to pass 011 tho ;oi'iiatlou nt
Edward C. Ilrofyn, wba hki ijoen pres
ident ot the above-niiiiud club for
ronio time. -'
Mr. lirown expects to depart for tho
Far East next week, whorj ho will
take tip tho duties ot m-111 Mt for tho
Dearborn Chemical Work In the Or
ient. Ho has been In tho employ
of tho Dearborn Chemlral Wo'.ks as
manager In this city for tho past
Munager Drown has made previous
visits to tho Orient and during thoso
trips lias established agencies, for tho
Chemical Works. ;
Ho will1 hnvojinn josiabliMiect head
quarters In tho Orient lint Is lo keep
a general RuperVIslon ovci the differ
OVKirc THIIEE thousand sncliB of W
sugir nirlvcd at H0110I11I11 this morn
In" by the fmoMrbnif stoimer Koau
hnu trom Kui"! pr'-ls, Other freight
fnrlhiV -i rtono crushing plant and a
quonlli)' of ifiiii'l-lqs. .The Bloamnr No
mii was reported as taking on migir nt
Hairilel And tho steamer Mnul at El.
olo nt the tlnn of domrturo of the Ke
i,tihe.-Tli. Miil -bill 1m led Finr.e ,
111 "j imii("- Mrifexs of tngar at naon
on ediiebday. , ,
for the itomteh will be
of great benefit to
ujrone, whert it ii
weak and unable to
do iti work properly,
thns caniinfc the blood
to become poor. Bat
he rare it it , '
Then you hare the
beit and purest that
science can produce.
For over M tears It
has been prating its
merit in cases of Bloat
fnsr. Poor , Appetite,
For sale by Benson, Smith a Co.,
Ltd.; Hrdllstor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.j Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
NOTICE 'OF SALE OF QENERAI
LEASE 'OF AGRICULTURAL
LAND AT NORTH KOHALA,
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, Feb
ruary 14 1910, nt tho front door of
tho Capitol, Honolulu, there will be
sold Nit public auction, under provi
sions ot Part V Land Act 1S95,
Sections 278-285 'Inclusive, Revised
Laws ot Hawaii, n General Lease ot
the following-described land:
Hemnant of the land ot Kaau-
huhu, containing an area ot 40
acres, more or less, bolng classed as
agricultural land. Upset rontal ISO
per annum; payable semi-annually In
advance. Term of lease, 1C years
fiom February 14, 1910.
Re crvatlons regarding land re
quired 'by the government, for set
tlement or reclamation purposes, wl.l
be cuitiodled In this lease.
Coat! ot advertising to' be (aid by
I For maps and further Information,
fpp.iy nt the offlco of the Commis
sioner ot Public Lauds, Honolulu.
' Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated, Honolulu, January 12,
, Jan. 13, 20, 27; Feb. 3.
Scaled Tenders will be received by
the ftiperlntotldont ot Public Works
until "12 m. of Tuesday. February IS,
1510, 'at which tlnlo they will be
publicly opened, for tho following
steel filing device for the Governor's
C No.'R 121 V Units (p. C Olobe
Wornlcko Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 123 C Unit (p. 74 Olobo
Wernicke Catalogue) or equal.
1 No. 124 C Unit (p. 74 Globe
Wernicke Cntalogue) or equal.
, 1 No. 125 C Unit (p. 74 Olobo
Wernlcko Cataloru'e) or equal.'-' '
6 No. 120 D mils (p. G8 Globe
Wernicke Catalouo) or equal.
Above to be uniform device, sup
plying 12 vertical lo'tcr filcj for let
tars, 15 3-D card Indices, 8 4-G card
Indices, C 5-8 card Indices, 3C docu
ment flics, top nnd base.
Illdders to state, tlnra of delivery..
The Superintendent of Public
Worl.s reserves the. light to reject;
any or all bills.
(S.) MARSTON CAMPHELL, '
Superintendent ot Public Works.
Public Wprks, Honolulu, January
4530 Jan'. 29, 31; Feb. 1, 2, 3. 4,
5. 7, i, .
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Real Estate Atrent
137 MERCHANT STREET
. FOR SALE
Residences on Bcretania Stroet,'
and other property.
liicycU shop niuLireneral repalRne;
work. Specialty in " nickle, 'silwr
nnd cold plated work.
KING, 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
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WE WILL OFFER OUR
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WHITE AND BLACK SKIRTS, IN SILK AND VOILE, AT
, Greatly, Reduced Prides
-i 1 1 1 ' r, ,
If You Don't
That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in class by ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water WprKs Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHXJEFF, Manager. 3 Telephone 71.
WWjs - v ni.IUMkrfiMia Fort 8U Hoi
Srn'cy'for HswsJitotMfca-sMl3ii Fort Bt Honolulu.
IJEW SPUING DRESS .
I Late patterns, Frice and dual-
'Vare our-stJndard .
;Jj. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
A Gyko Print
has a quality and richness that puts it in a class by itself.
Developing - Printing
And All Branches of Commercial PhotOTaph". at
PRIME BEEF and FISH
FROM THE MAINLAND. EXCELLENT QUALITY, WITH
A O00D DISTRIBUTION OF FAT AND LEAN. THE ALA
MEDA BROUGHT THE DELICACIES YOU ARE WAITING
W. F. HEILBR0N, Prop.
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ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES'
Displays u '
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tyrr nyuLLliNAOO PAY