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F.vRNmo nmxTiN. Honolulu, t. ji., satuuday, run. 2c, 1010.
First Showing of
NEW SPRING MILLINERY
Personally selected b7 our Miss Spencer during her re
cent trip East.'
GAGE & KEATH'S PATTERN HATS and our own
creations will be on display beginning MONDAY, FEBRU
New Wash Skirts
Styles for Spring nnd Summer for 1010 now oocn.
Stylish skirts made of Rep, linen and P. K., from $2 up.
New Lingerie Waists
New models are making initial appearance.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
BIG MEAT COMPANIES
UP AGAINST IT
NHW YORK. I'd). 2. Slx.of the InrKcst Machine companies In tho
country nnil twenty-ono Individuals connected with them were today
Inillctvd, charged with n conspiracy to limit tlm meat supply of tho
country nml to cuntrol tho supply of poultry, for tlm purpose of holding
tip the prices through the medium of the. .cold storage cotupnnlci.
The companies Indicted Include tho National Tucking Company.
Armours. Swift, Morris, Hammond Packing Company and the U. II.
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DR. BURKE CHARGED WITH DYNAMITING.
8AXTA ItOSA, Cnl., Peb. 20. Dr; Willard P. Ilurkc wns today In
dicted by tho Sonoma Grand Jury, charged with having dnnmlted tlio
tent occupied by Luolla Smith and child, at tho Ilurkc Sanltnrlum, In an
cffnrt to kill the woman nml baby. The evidence upon which the In
dictment Is based is that Durke, who Is tho owner of the sanitarium, Is
tho father of tho child and has had the imoUier. practically n prisoner
at his placo for months.
The woman claims to have been chloroformed when the attempt
upon her life was made. While she slept, a dynamite bomb wuR.placcd
under her bed and exploded, wounding her slightly.
Tho wholo enso has caused groat excitement here, where Dr. Ilurkc
Is well known.
American Brokerage Co.
03 and 05 King Street, Near 'Maunokca Street
RETAILERS OF GENERA! MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES We aim to give our customers the best value
at the bwest possible prices, and claim to
be "monsy-savcrt" for prudent cash buyers.
5c, 10c, 15c. poods'are a feature of our business, and la
dies will be surprised at the numerous arti
cles of value that can be purchased for
these small amounts.
HOUSEHOLD wares nre being continually added to our
stock, and we now have a varied assortment
daily required by every family.
CALL, INSPECT, AND YOU ARE SURE TO BUY
A-B-C Cash Store,
03 AND 05 KING STREET
CONGRESSMAN KITCHIN GETS PUNNYt
WASHINGTON, D. C, I'cl. 25. Congressman ClaucJo Kitchln of
North Carolina, Democrat, attacked tho Aldrlch-Payno tariff scheduled
In n bitter speech In the House today. Ho declared Hint the bill hail
been well named tho All Hlch-1'ain Hill, because It came as a blessing
to tho rich manufacturers and brought pain to tho hungry people nml
to tho country. , .
Mad in Nw York
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LABOR LEADER UP FOR RIOTING.
I'iIIIAIKM'JUA, lj.'b., 26. A warrant for the arreht of John Mur
phy, the president of the Central Labor Union of this city, was Issued
today, charging tho labor leader with inciting the riots that have taken
placo here during the past few days. In which much property has been
dcstioycil and n number of lives lost.
i nam i m
STEEL WORKS CLOSED. " '
WASHINGTON, . C, Pelt. 2S. It Is reported hero that the Iloth
lehcni Steel Works have been closoil down nml will bo cold until, tho
works nra given police protection against strikers. Nine thousand steel
workers hao been thrown out of employment.
INTERSTATE BILL SAFE.
WASHINGTON, D- C, Poll. 2C Tho administration's bill to crcato
an Interstate commerce court, which has been vigorously fought In com
mittee, tins been ordered to bo favorably reported.
ATTACHES AT T0KI0.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Peb. 2Ii. Pnslgns Austin and Itogcrs havo
been detailed to net as additional attaches to tho American Legation at
For an extra good quality of SCRIM CURTAIN; ecru color
Only a few pairs. See sample in our windows.
J Hopp & Co.,
(Your Credit Is Good)
183 KING STREET
HAVE YOU ANY CLOTHES THAT NEED DYEING I
Look carefully at your clothes, and if thsy are faded or soiled, let us
send them to the F, Thomas Dyeing Works, San Francisco, to be sci
entifically cleaned cr dyed. , '
French Laundry, oltfifi
Send Us Your "Order for "
Phone 565 , , Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
3r ' King' Street Fish Market
TIME-BALL FOR OBSERVATORY.
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instrument is equipped with od clo
gunt Bet ot levels for ndjustlng tho
axis of tho Instrument tu a perfect
level, which, incidentally, Is the
most dimcult ot all tho adjustments
Tho V-shnpcd bronzo blocks on
sldo pillars provide an absolutely ac
curate and unyielding support for
the reversing mechanism. Tho cross
hairs ot tho transit aro illuminated
by special lamps at cither cml of tho
"This transit Is tho largest i:ul
tho most accurnto instrument of tho
kind In tho Ter'ltory, and, when th"
nountlng Is complete, will ui.c'ouot
cdly prove of much v.i'uo to scien
tific workers who wish to cngige In
research work along astronomlcnl
Tho Collego of Ilawnlt contem
plates tho Installation of n tlme
ball, to bo used In connection with
tho transit, whereby tho exact tlmo
an bo given every day nt noon, this
observation being tho meridian ob
lorvation of tho sun.
Tho observatory building In which
'he Instruments will bo housed com
prises thtco' rooms. Tho dome room,
in which tho tolcscopo will bo ln
italled, Is 18 feet square. The wings
ou either side of this room nro 10
feet square. Tho domo will bo 1 1
feet C Inches' In dlnmetor, and will
revolve by means of special mechan
ism. Thero will bo an opening 20
Inches wide through one side ot luo
domo n llttlo past tho center,
through which observations will bo
Ths right wing will bo devoted
to transit Instruments and astro
nomical clock for meridian observa
tions. Tho concroto footing for tho tran-
1028 Nuuan'u St: " '
114 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. Ideal
place for a chicken ranch
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Bldg. 74 S.- King St.
stt Is massive and Is built down to
solid rock In order to glvo n thor
oughly solid mounting. Tho con
crelo is reinforced with steel bars
In order lo nvoll ftnJr possible
shrinkngo or variation In tho con
crete. The telcscono support Is much
larger and will bo mounted at n
somewhat hlcher elevation In tho
observatory, to glvo aiTjnrgo.a rang
of observations nsf posslbio. Tho
concrete foundations' for tho tele
scope aro C feet squaro at tho base,
tapering to n 30-Inch circle at tno
top, upon which tho telescope will
Tho barrel of tho tolcscopo Is
about 7 feet long and carries a C
Inch system of lenses. It Is fitted
with a 'finder, which is rujjhlng more
than a smaller telcscupo nt tho side,
mounted with Its axis parallel to the
Prom tho lovol of tho floor to tho
top of tho dome Is 17 feet. Tho
mounting of the telescope Is tho reg
ular equatorial mounting, tho axis
of which Is Inclined towards tho
polo Mar at an nnglo equal to tho
latitude of tho placo, which for Ho
nolulu Is ubout 20 .degrees. With
this mounting tho observor Is ena
bled to follow a star -on Its flight
through tho heavens, tho barrel of
tho Instrument being, shifted at a
constnnt rate by the chronometer
movement attached to the support
ing frame, Tho power ot this In
btrument Is such that tho extinct
critters on tho moon can bo plainly
In addition to giving facilities far
nil Inteiestcd pnittcs to get a good
look at Hulley's comet, tho observa
tory will form an adjunct to tho
various departments of Instruction
of. the, collego and will bo of special
value to the departments of engin
eering and mathematics, as well as
to tho regular work In Instruction
111 astronomy, which Is In chnigo of
When asked why Kulmukl had
been selected ns a site for this ob
servatory, I'rof. Young stated: "KaW
mukl was (elected as n stto for this
observatory on account of ,u partic
ularly clear asmosphere nnd Its ac
cessibility." Tho axis of tho obser
vatory building Is sot on u line di
rectly north and south.
HSf J! j; SI
WiAm it I, "
Appeal very strongly to
the class of men who
' Wividuiflity" noth
ing else tells the story.
ti jiii jTl
Th Singrr inJ Mnropltan tmfm art the n'lm KM fcraM-iV"J
WHV THE HOLLY DLU8HED
The Holly on'tho chtnileller- Ioo!cci(
bevciely J(n upon thu .ilibti-.t ' o
hanging below it.
"It Is tho regict of my llfo," ho said
Etcrnly, "that-1 must always bo asso
ciated v. Ilh j on."
Ho settled thu skills or his green
coat stiffly around hlni and fi owned
r.ggresslu'ly at tho Mistletoe, who,
gray, wrallhllke, graceful and lotuly,
"I Infer, then, jou do not npprovo
or me," said nho, hanging her head.
"1 blnt.li for your disgraceful con
duct. My wholo family blushes Tor
)ou. 1 havo often heard my grand
mother hay that orlglnally'lny peoplo
wore as pulo ns ou arc, but wo Bpent
our first Christmas with Mimu ot your
iclntlnns, mid wo lmo blushed fur
bhanic ucr slnco." 'j
"Your blushcB nro very bei-umlng,"
wild tho MlBtletoo, prettily. "I often
wish I had a llttlo inoro color myself,
liut what havo I donoT"
"It Ib what jou make other peoplo
do." returned Ihe Holly, stiffly.
"And Is It the kissing you don't llko
my dear,!' asked tho .MUtletuo, mock.
"Yes, the kissing which goes on
right under jour noso and whlph you
Dr 'TW. Collins, recently of l.on-
don, b:t(,'jiow piacjtlclng in Hono-'
lulu, has J lis). Issued Uipiost Intcrert
lug and Instruutlwt booklet, untitled
'Sea naming In Hawaii." Tho book-
let Is woll illustrated and contains a
number of very Interesting chapters.
Not only N this book of yaluo to tho
tourist and vUltor but It Is some
thing that should bo In every home. Tho Herald epjs: Tho cominltlco in
especially where there aro children, charge hi tho m rangemciita for thf
for It tolls Just how tho waters nt icqcptlon rtf the roitugucso crulnor
'The fifct 'that mahy pcoplenav
filled t)' fjaln nil the possible "bene
fits from 'the unique' t& bathing ot
these, Islands Is due, In my opinloo.
to ii want of Informal Ion ns to ths
best methods ot taking sen baths.
Tlt,ln llttlo book U nil attempt to
supply this wnut."
HILO PREPARC3 FOR
WnIMM nra to bo taken; Just 'which
bodily troubles they licnoht most and
how to nccustom yoursclt by degrees'
to taking batlis, hours In length,
with only benefit deilved thai vf rum.
Sun baths and Mini baths aro treat
ed nt length in a chapter and tho
llnal portion ot tho booklet 1b given
over to u chapter on surf-riding by
Alexander Hunio Pord. This chap
ter was published llrst ns n special
Iialiire In tho Pleot Kdlllon of tho
livening Ilullqtln. It tells the mull
hlnl Just how to handle tho Illusive
board and would probably savo tho
beglliuor several week of experi
menting before ho could Maud on
the lilt of wood among tho rollers.
Taken all together Dr. Collins' book
Sap (lubrlel. which is expected diirlns
Iho latter-part of April, slr.rtiHt out
canvassing for funds this week. It
met with .brllllnnt sticcrtH, M'rurlng
pledges for uioro, than IHu hundred
il IIuih in less than two houm. Tho
Committee Agiucs Uut ubout I2.ft)0
will bo upoiloil (o carry out Hut pro
gram which Is in conlempl.ition.
WILSON At Pa.iuh.iii, Hnniakua, lift
wall, Poll. 17. 1810.- to Mr. ami Mrs.
William Wllbon, a dmightor.
At tho annual meeting of tho A po
ll a, i yugar Co. Ltd.. held thlH morn
ing, tho following oIDcnm wore olectort:
right under jour noso and wlllph you 'in an iiiKviiier . u..iiii. utv nig. ino imiowing oiucnrs wore eieciou:
not only cncouiago but Indeed Insist 'a Valuable addition to literature, on i:. n. Tonney, preildent; O. II. CVx.ke,
iinon Why no ono can look ut you I "uwnll. Ho gUcs ns his excuse for xlce-presldcnt; T H. Petri.-, secretary?
i, li.ii.. ,,.v l.,innin ,1... i.lr i,nr,,n I,I .,,.1,11.. n tr ..I.,.-.,... .n....nM. I tl .u
Old Lady What -Ib- tho tltlo of tho
D.uiglitei "Hogs," after Sir Kdwln
Old Lady I can see Iho dogs, but
whero on oailh Is Landscor? M. A, I'.
without thinking of u kiss,
"Without wanting ono, you mean,
said tho Mistletoe, demurely.
"Hut," fho continued softlj-, "Is thero
anything nicer In thu world thoy could
think ofT Now you think or It, clear.
Think ot u cliaiiulng room llko this
with an open llio, crackling and kpiit
terlng as this ono does; llowers and
candy and liretents oerj where; thu
room made gay with thoso unfortun.ito
hlusheB of jours which you bo deploro
and an nlr or mystery, of excitement,
of ilellRhtrul eiichaiitmont ndded by
mo. Then think or a pietty girl enter
ing tho room nnd cnrolesslj', oh, mi
carolessly, walking toward mo, until
thu unconsciously btops In this very
placing tho book before tho public o. If, Atherton, trcahiircr; J. II. Cas-
tho -following preface; (lc, auditor.
Are tho ART GOODS shown in the '
On Fort Street below King,
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
They arc exclusive in most instances.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Frinceville Plantation Company.
At tho unnunl meeting ot the
thaleholders ot tho l'rincoWllo
I'liintntlon Company, lielil Pebruary
23, 19 ID, the following offuois ami
dlrectois or tho company wcro olect
t;d to servo for thu ensuing jear;
W. O. Smith
' 1'iesldont and Treasurer
W. W. Chamberlain . ,
Secretary nnd Auditor
A. 8. Wlh ox, 1". C. Jones, 12. P.
AH of the a tunc coiiBtltuto tho
Hoard of UlrfctoiB.
W. W. CHAMIinitLAlN,
Scciclarj-, Pilncovlllo Plaututlon Co.
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., Peb. 23,
Residence Undertaking Parlors
M. E.1 Silva's
h.13 removed to hla new location, on
CHAPLAIN. IjVNI:. opposllo the
Catholic Sisters. Tho now placo Is
well euulppotl with bedrooms, kit
chen, dinlngioom, bathroom, wait
Ingroom, with erntidas on. twosldoB,
Por tho rosldemo featuro In this
new, up-tu-dato undertaking parlor
thero Is no chargo for tho use. The
parlor Is freo to all who wish to re
main with tho bodtei, ot beloved
Dotllcs removed rrom hoflpltals or
home from within three mllea of
city limits to our placo of business
froa of charge
Present Phone, 179 -Night Call 1014
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