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Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard
less of cost. This will
' 2 Piece Suits,
We have 100 SUITS, just
received by the s.s. Alameda,
consigned to us by our New
York agent; original cost, "$12
each, and will be on sale to
clear at $9.50 per suit.
All at Slaughtering Prices
This Sale begins '
SATURDAY, FEB. 5,
' at 8:60 aim.
L 8. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
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I FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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Church services were held nt tho Honorable DlteharfiJ.
assembly hall, second floor, admin Prlv'nto Cream, Company F, JOth In
iKtrnllcu building, Kortt Shatter, Sua- fnntry, left on tho last transport for
day afternoon. The services wero . the depot or recruits an I casuals, Port
well attended. , I.McDouoi!, Cal., whero he will bo hon-
Grill, n orably discharged from tho service.
Tho usual Monday battalion drill, Per- Special Orders No. 17, 8cho.
wan held for n little moio than an field Unrrncks, Febtunry 4. Corporal
hour M outlay morning, beginning! William June, Tioop 1. Bth Cavalry,
at 7 o'clock and lasting until 8:15. arrived at tho Fort Shaftcr hospital a
For Duty. few dayB ago for further observation
Musician Smith, Compauj II, 20th nn'd treatment.
Infantry, who has been In tho post Privates Wilson, Company E: Wal-
hospital for several days, was ro;ort- laco. Company P, and Blacksmith
oil fit for duty and returned to Com- WlllougUby, Troop L, Bth Cavalry, left
jiany II on Wednesday. Ion tho transport a fow dtos ago for
To Retire. tho general military hospital, Presidio
Iliglmcntal Commissary Sergeant ( of San Francisco, where they will rc-
u wary, zuin mianiry, passed iiirougn , ccivo treatment
Tho Port tihnftcr tnrgst range will
bo used for tho coming target season
by tho 2nd Ilnttnllon, 20th Infantry,
nnd Company O, 2nd Ilattallon, En-
on the list transport, going to the
States for retirement. Hr has been
nssocHtcd with the 20th Iifantry dur-
ilng his entlio military career, which
, extends oer 20 jcars. Tho bost'glnecrs, and Inter, perhaps, other or-
vUhoa of the leglmcnt for his health ganlzatlons' will use the ran go for corn
mil contentment went with him. i mon practise. Tho rango Is set nstdo
M Tr.mtijrrcd. ' ror use as follows: Companies E, 1',
fp Prlvatti Kon-era, Company T, 20th O nnd H, 20lh Infantry, from April 1
" 1l.rrt.ilft- hn linen (nq.Fnii.nil In rtnnl. , ,n Th l . n.l fn..An O .nJ IImI.
k.i.i.. ,j i it ntbii .i iait;i;M iu .uiu-1 w ij uiiu ov, uiiu uui)aiij , .iit kv-
uny n 20th lnran'.ry. Tho purroso tnllon Engineers, fiom July 1 to Sop
or his trnni'cr was to fl 1 n vncancy as tcinber 30. Tho firing this season will
musician. bo under, the now regulations nnd ap-
Mors Caoki. iicars to be a much harder courao than
I The following name I r.ien left on callqd for In the old firing regulations.
thp.U, fl. aim) tnmjiort I.usin n few, Tho, men nt the school of musketry.
1 dijs ago for the Picsldlo of San Fran- Presidio of Monterey, Cnl., tho last
clscn where thny will tno n four- four months' team of Instruction, wero
month course of Instruction at the drilled In nnd fired the new courso nnd
t-chnui lor ciiokH nnd bikcn: Private will bo an aid to the men that hao
Du- noycr flrcd tinder tho new regulations.
.Torgenson, Drills will goon begin, teaching tho
Com- men And giving them Instruction In
I mnv It. ' flrlntr nn nrmv rlfln
Jfr' "T "" ""' ' "
. fciiimi lur cijohh nnu uikcii: itii
lit:gliolm Company E; Private
grrt Canipar) P; Private .lorgen
Company V; Prlt te Crutclitleld, C
T0Y0 KI3EN KAISHA
N DOUBLES CAPITAL
I Eamlner. ilun. 27. Tim Jnnnnpsn
steamship company, Tojo Klsen Knl.
t'h.i, has taken In n lot of new cap
ital. One result of this step Is the
c limitation of S. T. Sukaharn as
1 c-prctldcnt, and tho election of
I'nicu Okuwu of ToMo to succeed
I I m. Hie position of general man
ager has been created nnd given to
llaron Okawa. He represents tho
capitalists who have put new capital
into me corporation, ana ne nas
long been pio-.nlnent In the shipping
and financial circles of Japan?"
Tho new lce-presldcnt and gen
eral manager Is on his way here to
Inspect tho companj's nffalis, and
will arrive next week. He la nc-
conm.ink'd bv W. II. Aerv of this
'cltv. the assistant ucncral mannuor.
fur tho United States. Managing
Dlioctor M. Shlrulshl, the son-in-law
of President S. Asnno of tho com
pany, Is also In tho party.
Tho original capital of the com-
piny ;ns 30,000,000 Jen. It has'
now been Increased by 20,000,000
jj-n, uiuniUK u iuiui UL UUUUI. 90,-
ouuuou in American monoy. Tho
jIL'liU.l 111UL II1IS UUUlilUIlUI I1UW CUp-
I uni is a preliminary step ior a mer
ger with the Miipon Yusfcn Kalslm,
which has a .ervlce between Seattle
and tho Orient, Is dented by those
who say they know tho facts.
Tho Too Klsen Kalsha has been
1 extensively Improving and adding to
its service during the last two jears.
HETRE'8 a rotten road.
Kallhl rosldents, especially fort-
ttirce of those' residing 'on the Kallhl
II camp road from Kalakainllo to K-lllu
l'liati made omnliatlc nrote.t rir iha
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conunion oi tno nignwa.'. ;:iy sr.v
that tho thoroughfare .i dirgr.ic.
to nn Intcldgont (i.iiiiiii:iH.v it m
unsnfo fortiave! allq.- n!gl,tini lni
for many Inlics dee" I 'i.c i ico !o
neatness as well R3 clea'illneas.
Tho Gupervl.ors Iiai i'Vj th. unit
tor liioiijht to their ali.-.tlim 'hroun'i
n conimunlcatl.n.lrom 'o'l'irfny Mi-
hclnut of tho Killhl Improvomoit
Qtilnn has bocn nppo'nled ai niilns
sador to appoat o th. wraih !ii" Uio Ka-llhltes.
Through tho cnorgotle campaign In
stituted by Sheriff Jarrett, and his
deputies, Itosc, Kellctt nnd McDuMc,
tho gny nnd clustvo gamester of Celes
tial ancestry has been kept on tho
Jump during the month of January and
several well Known local unmeso.
gamblers wero landed and given BtlT
Sheriff Jarrett has submitted a re
port to the City and County Supervis
ors which shows that out of 327 arrests
raado by tho police last month, 255
convictions rcsultcil. and but 39 .wero
discharged, Of tho total number ot
arrests C5 wero Hawaiian. 81 Chinese,
4t,Japaneso! 17 Porto Rlcnns and 58 ot
EgatterJng nationality! Tho city and
county coffers wero enriched to tho
tunc or ?2 228 65 by fines collected.
OITcnders range from gamblers, who
numbers 100, drunks, 47, assault and
battery 39, exceeding sliced limit 15,
opium violations C and vagrants 10.
DOES ON STAND
work: Wash it
Ivory Soap and lukewarm
water. Dry with an old
linen rag. Rub bright,
with a chamois skin.
Do not, under any cir
cumstances, use polish
contain chalk or other
gritty substances. They
destroy tho laquer which
covers the surface of
brass work of all kinds.
99foo Per Cent. Pure
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylli-i
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Sea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
seretania and Fort streets.
Shapes, 'Trimmings and Flowers,
Dunn's Hat Shop
Use Carnation Milk
, Instead of Fresh Milk
HENBY MAY & CO., LTD.
or, Groceries. Phone 70.
Pau Ka liana
Tlic soap that does the work.
At al Grocers.
CRA"E At Sn Pranslrro, January
30 1910, tn Mr. till Mrs. Henry S.
Crane, a daugl.tcr.
!" tAra at aulltln.
PORTLAND. Jan. 31. ningcr Her
mann took tho stand today In his own
behalf in his tilal on a charge of con-J
splracy to defraud tho government of
public lands. His tc&tlmony wnx a g'ji.
crnl and spccldc denial of any connre
tlon whatever with any conspiracy..
Thenceforth tho defendant tei'IleM
ho had consistently opposed the",vrea'
tlon of forest icwves and had il'iclar
ed that hr ftould net niter this, J ,i po
sition until tho lieu land law was ro
pcaliJ or at least modlfloA io oa to
p:ovent this unfair exchange..,
In September, 19U1, tho' lofendint
sii,d, ho pild a vlt.it to thu o.Tlce of
Henry Meldrom United Staton survey
or general of Oregonj It Is tin govern
mcjiit'a conteudon that on this visit tit.
,L .. n. ti-twnwt nHnl'n nfllm. Hnw...nil I
bllU .IIIIVUI'h-VIlllA UU1VU I.VllllUIH,
entered Jnto a conspiracy vlth r. P.,
Ma3 an Oicgan liolltlclan which ro
Fiiltcd In the formation of tho Blue
Mountain forcd rejervo.
Hermann declared that nt tho visit
to Mcldruma om:o ho did not see
MnjE. Tho conversation that took:
pirco defendant iald, was of a genera
inline, no rnicial business of nny kln-'l
coming up fdr consideration. ,
LAND AVAILABLE FOR
Superintendent of Public VorkB
M.irBton Campbell has advised the
Hoard of Bupervlpors that he hns se
cured for tho Territory of Hawaii a
tltlo to n certain pared of land situat
ed In front ot tho Hustaco property
and adjoining tho Bnchd nulldlng on
neretanla avenue between Fort and
Nuuanu street, tho samo being ro
quired for street widening purposes.
Superintendent Campbell also re
ports having secured tltlo to tho neces
sary land required for tho widening ot
Ilothel street between Hotel and King.
Whn tho city Is ready to tukii up tho
woik of widening the thoroughfare tno
hackstand now occupying tno cornor
will be ordered to vacate.
FUTURE FOR MiDDLE
M. A. fiunst & Co.
. FAsTnONABLE TAILOR
Biniuem Huit for lis.
v;iU he "CLOSED, until SATURDAY
H0RNINC- on account ot Chinese
Meat Market ,and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop &'Co:
FANCy DRY GOODS
Vtoh Ying Chong Co.,
Kin? St.. Ewa'Fish Market.
A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE
A SAFE STIMULANT
A GOOD MEDICINE
For sale hy
W. J. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
The future Is extremely bright for a
speedy extonsiun ot Mlddlrt ntrcct.
Mnrston Cnmpijoll hns notified tho city
nnd County Supervisors th it no will
use his best endeavors to ect.uio tho
necessary land for tho opuil.ni'of Mid
dlo Htroot. Tho Terriler.ul Superin
tendent of Public Works was extendo I
n voto of thanks at last uliflit'a meet
ing of the clt;' solona tci'hln efforts
towards Bccuilpg thu r3qulrcd pi op.
"That kid ot mine's n wlso guy."
"For Instanco?" "For inatonco, ho
gnvo mu felt-soled sllppora for Christ-
urns." Clovoland Loader.
WING CHONG CO
UNO ST. HEAR BETHEL
DfAlers'in Fnrnitura Mnttreises,
Etc.. Etc All kinds of KOA and
M1SSI0K FURNKURE 'JitA U
WHITNEY SMARSHyl Id.
In Tans and Black
Regular 85c. Values
'tbUnrikail CvnlulilKI SotOtll. l. Ixl
Agtaeffor Hawiin Uland 1139 Fort 8t.. Honolulu.
tlmU surpUlAl'vluioat fwtbsv M!
nttnu4S I fjiia.l" I . "'I . . ISl
dn sum r ' -
If Yon Don't Know
V That oar sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because yon hare never 'tried them. A trial case will
convince yon that in the manufacture of soda, water we
re in n class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manatcer; Telephone 71.
.UR STORE will be. closed
until fiatiirrlnv mnrnincr
W UllbXX vvvJ ...w... 0
on account of Chinese New
L. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
for 'gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between Kinir and Hotel.
We rairy the largest and most varied stock in the islands.
Good furniture at moderate prices,
Yojr credit is eood.
J. HOPP & CO.
IRS Kinc St.
Sl Jt, .-I J
nnon iteaxs for 25 cents.
NEW AND BXPERIOCED COOK
Everything in season.
' Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all onr old o
foment come back.
"' For December,
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
Odd Fellows' BldR. Fort St.
BULLETIN Ada PA -J
THE BUTTER THAT COMES FROM THIS MARKET, AL- I
WAYS SWEET. WE KEEP IT RIGHT. NEVER ALLOW
IT TO SOFTEN, EECAUSE IT IS ALWAYS AT THE SAME
TEMPERATURE IN THE COLD STORAGE DEPARTMENr
W, F. HEILBR0N, Ptop. PHONE 45
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