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Ladies' Wsh Suits
Eton, Shirt Waist
$ 4.25 Rc. lawn Suits now : . .'..$1.50
, ' COO " Pongee Suijs noy 1,90
7.50 " linen Salts now f 2.50
8 50 " linen Suits now , 2 00
0.75 " -Eaton Suits now r.rjo
10 00 " linen Suits now 6.50
12.50 "' White Rep Suits now 4.90
15.00 " Brown Linen Suits now 5.00
15 00 " White Linen Suitn now G.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
ACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
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For Sale Everywhere
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Keep your looks i n orJcr, preserve 'them from cock
roaches, and have a cosx hlrary corner by nsinp; Haccv
Scetioncl Bookcases. Oak and mahogany. Low prices.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
llackfcld Building Fort and Queen
Hppps9 ((Ts o "5 T BPIPI
and up B
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. Goo. As Martin; Tailor, $o tel St.
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From the Lamb's Back to Yours
Made from your own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the appearance of being Well
HOUSE NOW HAS
SCOTT'S LIQUOR BILL
WASHINGTON, D. C, l'cb. 8 The Scott bill providing for tlio
abolition tit tlio liquor 1 ruffle In tlio Territory o( Hawaii Iuib been re
ferred In I lie House Committee on Judicial. Ilcprcsontutlve Scott, the
father of H10 bill, stilted today that ho will make 11 motion to hive tlio
bill transferred to the Committee on TenltorlcB-fur consideration,
LANGF0RD IS EASY.
.1.03 AN(li:i,i:s, I'eb. S. Jim l'linn, "the Lns AiibcIcs nremnn," to
nlpht not the decision over H.un hniiRford In.a Jiout before the Pacific
Athletic Club, under the maiinEcmcnt of Tom JUcCare).
Johtmon had the flcht of his lire In Bccurlng n lUtccn-round deci
sion oer inefoid. . w
BUD0ET FOR JAPAN- ASSURED. ' '
TOKIO, l"eb. 8. The pnssnfre of the hudset la now assured. Acorn
protmco has been reached between the opposing factions, nnd In coiibIiI
eiatlan of the 1 eduction of tlio hind tux by J 1,000,000 the paisngo of
the budget will not bo opposed.
SEATTLE NOMINATES MAYOR CANDIDATES.
SKATTLH, IVb. 8. Illrnm C. 0111 has been nominated by the Re
publicans ns their candidate for Major. The Democrats have nominated
LX-Jlnyor Moore. '
RIVERS AND HARBORS PROVIDED FOR.
WASHINGTON, I). C, IVb. 8. The rivers nnd harbors bill will
curr appropriations amounting to 45,000,000.
MOLES MONOPOLIZE LIMINE GREETS
Usedv As .Pasture
Atkinson IM.b, tin- ju 1 1i of "Jim'
(lulim nnd IntP'il-d ns 1 lie ulni";
tot for tho dcJnlv roiiiddie.i di.imit
of Ki'iinLo n, ! ji, has bcrnme
tho Iryatlng ilv Imilu mi i.wmiid
dekgitlcn of huts 1. ,t I 111 itiv ilKirit
tnunisLMos in 11 '11.4 inanin 1 ml'M
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Matson Liner Brings
' Malihinis, Mail
Operator Wairen of tho Matson Na
Igatlon liner l.urllnc cent parting ulo
liaH to tho United States cruisers ah
they steamed towards tho coast, tht
I.urllno wli clots being In coimmiilci
Hon first with the crullers Dcincr nnd
Oa'.vuston, then tho supply mid re-
having completed u cIt b' 1I1 f 1 1 ilic . filoialor ship Olacler and Inst oven.
City nnd Count of HtuioPi.ti. lag bcspoXo the Dig Klght.
At least HiU li iln onii!aInt 'hit Tho I.urllne clipped ort a llttlo from
has lit en lodged .ith tho Supervisors her steamlns tlmo and camu down In
by Frank S. Uoie, Hnpsrlntnndcnt of ilx da)s and twenty hours, docking at
tho Bishop l(,tatu. Atxlnsnn I'nilt wasKlho Matson 'Aliarf at 9 o'clock this
formerly npitud and dedicated sh a morning.
plnjgiouud for children. Kakaako kl l-i In addition to ,1 score of saloon pis
dom Is Intensely uismniiolltaii In Us' tengerst tho vessel brought 240O tons
mnko-up and raco, color or creed IiliSfc&iJtailcnrgo. Included In this were
seldom dragged forth as a bar for el
igibility to Ith ranks.
hat the kiudlos do objert to Is that
tliey aro compelled to shnro tho en
cIomiio l(h a hunch of iuigcnlemnnl
mules. Tho- upilncs are laid to con
duct tliemschci with extreme rude
ness besides lifting up deep-toned
olco of exhlhratlon upon lining ro
kacd after a day 0 toll upon munic
Qiilnn, tho Insllgitor nf'pultllc rtc
1 cation gniunds, mid the falljcr confes
Fin of Jho citizen with a grievance
ngalnst mads, brtdgis and parks, has
bci 11 appealed to by tho klddltu. Tho
Superi Uor has been nskid to remove
tho disturbing element In tho shapo
01 Horses mill mulis, said to belong to
tiio city and enmity. Tho joungBtcra
suggest that tho animals bo trans
ferred to lliumu Square, Dlsliop
Squire or even to tho eltj hall for, a
c.'inn ;a or pisturo.
Atklneon plijgnmud may again re
vert from pasture to park If tho up
erClyirs have their way.
TWO INQUESTS AT
. EVA POLICE COURT
Two liiquestB vvcio held at nun po
Iko eouil yestcrdny nnd both had to
do with tlio duatho of children. Iho
(lri.t Inquiry waa l.tld Into tho death of
a child natiiod ' Manuel Nacemento,
agel four 3 ears. Tho llttlo fellow
wandered away f 10111 his liuiuo and fell
Into nu Irrigation ditch. Wiiqn dliciv
urcd tho Lhlld vvaH dead. A verdict of
accidental death wag leturned by tho
Tho second lnqiioilt wac Into tho
death of a lad named Willie Silvii. Tho
biiy, whowas about thirteen years of
ago, lp eotno vvay got run over by a
cnjno ciir at)Valpahu nnd uitd fiom his
Injuiles. In this cafu u vi.nllct of ac
cidental death was also leiumed. Dep
uty Slioilft rernandcz roiiducted tho
;nvintlgatlons, and ho uiudc his Vejioil
to ShorlfT Jarrett tins nioiniug.
Pollco omccr Tarlsh had a tusslo
wltli a cow this aftornonit and, nl
though tho animal put up a great fight,
tho expei'lented rancher managed to
tlo tho moo' up to a telopltono post.
Tlio nulmal had been brought to Iho
pollco htatln by a Japanese who
claimed tho unlmal had devoured his
$1800 Large House and Lot, about
beviif automobiles, three being for O.
o. Jf all son. two for tho von Harnm-
Yoiing garngo and the remainder 'for
On deck twenty four-footed pusscn
gcis withstood tho vojage in fine stjlc.
Tho Club stables received this nuiu
bor of husky and lively mules by tho
A, mainland mall amounting to 90
sacks was received by tho local post'
The I.urllne has six hundred tons of
cargo for Kalinin! and tlio veasol will
piocccd to that port within a few iIujh
to discharge tho freight and take on 11
shipment of sugar for tho mainland.
Tho l.urllno Is scheduled to sail fur
San I'ranoliico on next Wednesday
Articles of Incorporation have
been fl'ed for tho Maul I'lncapplo
Complin), the capital stock being
fixed at 120,00,0, anil thcro being
0110 bundled and forty-three share
holders. Tho company purposes to under
take the cultivation of extensive
pineapple tracts In the. vicinity of
Tho ofllcers of tho corporation nro
J. Kunnhnra, 1'. M. Datte, J, Onlshl,
K. Yokoagavva, C. Tanaka, U. -No-giiml,
Miss Davison, who has chaigo of tho
section of Inter-Island Princesses lu
tho Kloral I'aiado, has practically com
pleted her plans mid has been having
almost dully pi action rides with tho
children who v 111 form tho mounted
escort. The net rldo will bo held to
morrow at 4 o'clock In tho afternoon,
Thomas Sqiiiuo being tlio meeting
place. If tlieie are any other children
with Hiutdlo hordes win) would like to
join In the parade, MIsh DavUon would
bo glad to sco them thero at that time.
NEW - TO-DAY
I Order of Kamehameha.
All members of Hawaii Chapter
No, 1, Order of Kamehainohn, nnil
nil visltlnc brothers of Mmunlahoa
75x75, on Webb Lane, ntarlclmi,t01 No- 2 "f 8al1 0r,ler' nre fia"
Jn and Lillha Streets. "'y requcsieu 10 nssemuiu m 1110
Baruain. , jiindeitiil.lng pniloig of Mr. Henry
G00 Four-room iHouse and small " Wllllnmi". on I'oit stieet. at 2:30
Tot on Bnclcle T.ni. tipat "'clock tomorrow nftemoon for tho
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets. U'urpuhe of uttcmdlng tho funeinl of
Sewer connection. Veryitllolr ,n,e brother, IMwln K. Hait,
hich Baildins Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. S50 cash:
balance $16 per month; no
P. E. R. STRAU0H
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74 S. Kinjr St. D10'
of billet Mumaliihna 'Chapter No. 2.
A full attendance la innrh desired.
Kuniihau, Hiivvalj Chapter No. 1,
Older of Kuiiiehamcha,
Honolulu, T, H, Tebiuary 9,
Boys' Two Piece Suits
In Blue. Scrirc and Mixed Goods, Bloomer Pants, Fancy Cuffs on Sleeves;
from 4 to 10 cars. From $5.50 to $7.50.
Boys' Russian Blouse Suits
In Blue, Brown, Red and Grey, fancy embroidery on the sleeves and
shield, cut full and trimmed with ti: and belt; from 3 to 7 years. $5
4 Maniih Coats for the Little Man, cut long and full, in blue, red and
grey, trimmed with black velvet collars; from 4 to 10 years; $5.50 to
.$0.50. ' ,
Boys' Knee Pants
In Mi).ed Goods; from 4 to 10 years. 60c. to 75c. a pair. ? "
Boys' Bloomer Pants
In Blue Serge and Mixd Goods; from 4 to 18 years. 75c. to $1.75.
Boys' Khaki Knee Pants; all sires, from 4 to 16 years. C5c. pair.
In Madras, Chambray and Gingham; just the suit for after school; from
4 to 8 years. 50c. to $1.50 a suit.
These bargains are nearly gone. Sale will be
continued only a few days longer. Do not miss
an opportunity to lay in a stock of Good Groceries
at Reduced Prices.
Nirvana Tea, - - . - $ .35 .25
Assorted Fruit Syrups, - - - .50 ' .30
Imported Preserves, assorted, - .85 .65
Bishop's Assorted Jelly, - .25 .20
Cooking Salt, 2 lb- Cartons, - - .15 3-,25
Assorted Spices, 25c size, - , .15
Greer's or Parson's Ammonia, pts., - .25 3-J50
Catsup(Rockaway Brand), - v.- .25 3-.50
Imported Herrings in Tomato Sauce, .35 .20
20 Mule Team Borax, 3-4 lb. pkgs.,2 for .25 3-.25
Beef Extract, jars, - - - .45 .30
Beef Extract, tubes, - .05 2-.05
OTHER SPECIAL ITEMS
Richard Hudnut's Toilet .Waters, Toilet Soaps,
Face Powders and Creams, Nail and Skin
Preparations at big reductions.
Many useful articles for HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING. There are -still
a few TRUNKS and DRESS SUIT CASES, REFRIGERATORS and
nice DINNER SETS.
Lewis & Cos Store
Sale being conducted by . t
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD. -
"The Finest BathinR on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CldARS.
W. 0, BEHQIN. Proprietor.
The French Laundry
J. ABADIE, Proprietor 258 BERETAN,IA STREET
Airent for .1
F. TJI0WAS DYEING. WORKS. SAN FRANQI8gi)i
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