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IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY
The ail round satisfaction you get from vsaring a pair, oi these
high grade, perfection shoes.
When you buy anything, and are satisfied with it you feel happy
with everything in the world. You can only achieve this by wear
ing a pair of HANAN'S high grade shoes.
MGlnefny's Shoe Store.
2S PER CENT
THE KASH CO.. LTD
Here are a few sensible suiesions for Iloliday Gifts:
Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Silk Hose, Underwear,
Shirts, Pajamas, Ties.
All tho above and many more useful gifts are to be
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box'558.
23 aid 27 Hotel Street and Corner
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The Extra Wear
and Wall Paper Co.,
II6 Bethel Street. PHONE 62.
becomes another yesterday,
tomorrow will become another
lo'lnv. don't wait for tomorrow but
Mam 96"and Main 376
of Fort aid Hotel Streets.
in. Guage 14 lbs. Rails
in. Guage .Ok Rails
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
I Wall Paper
Emperor William III atUnJ the
rorosatiqn of King Edv3nJL
Fire from, an unknown- cause de
stroyed the paper xaills at CorraMaw.
New York City 5s ml8avoriag; eft
t secure a Federal appropriation for a
; r.w post oGce.
The order has been received to
withdraw- a portion of the United
Stttee trocps from Caha.
H&rcoort Gold, the famon Esgiish
.arsinan. wts married 1n London Jaa.
7 to Miss Helen Maclagan.
Chinese reforiaers are preparing to
establish a bank of their own ia the
Vaaconver. B. C. Cbinctown.
The managers of tie St. Louis ex
j blbition have decided to offer $200.
i iiOT for as airship competition.
, A movement has been started ia
Liverpool to replace foreigners on
British ships by British sailors.
It is claimed that a formal offer
of the Panama Canal company has
rot been received at" Washington.
President and Mrs. Roosevelt gave
a reception at the White House Jan.
7 In honor of the diplomatic corps
Eight thousand tons of flour have
bevn ordered from a Stockton. Cal
I muling companv for shipment to
1 The House Committee on Census
today ordered a favorable report on
the bill creating a permanent census
The United States Steel Corpora
ton has declared quarterly dividends
of 1 per cent on common and 1 on
William C. Trumbull, a veteran
borseman and the patriarch of the
American trotting turf, .died at New
burgh. X. Y.. Jan. 7.
A unique attempt is being made by
1 the University of California to pre
serve the languages, songs and folk
lore of the Pacific Coast Indians.
J. Acock, night electrician at the
Spreckels sugar factory, at Salinas.
Cal.. shocked with a voltage of 2000.
lives to tell the tale, though prob
ably fatally hurt.
Fresno, Cal., cigar dealers have
made a concerted move to test the
alidity of the anti-slot machine
rambling ordinance, which went into
effect the first of the year.
Captain E. E. Caine. principal own
er of the schooner Minnie Caine, re
cently wrecked on Washington coast,
has decided to abandon her to the un
derwriters in San Francisco.
Negotiations of a tentative char
acter have been opened by an English
firm for the purchase of the British
Chartered South Africa Company's
copper properties in Rhcdesia.
Mayor-elect Schmitz of San Fran
cisco has announced his first batch of;
appointments and his official troubles j
are about to begin. The labor men j
control most of the big departments.'
Rumors that a new theater Is to bej
iIU at San Francisco in the near i
future have recently been revived.
anu some credence is attached to
f tliem, as coming from a reliable
The Porto Rican
sp?llll" lm fulniitnjt rk tnlrtt ,-ficriTiit inn t
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urging me establishment or a United
States naval station in Porto Rican
waters, and offering to cede all land
The Southern Pacific officials In
Los Angeles expect the Owl to be
'.witched from the San Joaqnin line
0 the Coast road. The proposed
SPECIAL ATTR ACTIONS OFFERED BT
DIFFERENT BTJSESE3S HOUSES i
The pioneer liquor house.
unf. hpst li Th Hnffcohlnoon- nn I
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Whips, bits, spurs, saddles, every
thing in turf goods at the California
A fresh shipment of Japanese tea
-ets and lacquer ware just received,
iwakami &. Co.
Use Condon's night patrolmen for
safeguarding your house or cottage.
Phone Blue 1211.
wanted, must be centrally located.
Apply Republican office
You've surely heard about those
pin money pickles, if not. be sure to
ask abcut them at Lewis & Co.
Our prices and our clothes are a
great combination, hard to beat.
Sang Chang; tailor. Hotel street.
Our importation of Japanese goods
continue steadily, plantation
tracts taken. Y. Suga Shoten. King
Great opportunities are being offer
STOCKS TO BE STAMPED
IF PLEDGED ON LOANS
WASHINGTON'. January 4. Attor
ne-General Kn6x has given an opin
ion in which he holds that the certi
ficates of stock, amounting to $25,
000,000, proposed to be deposited by
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
with the Girard Trust Company, trus
tee, as the security for certain other
ertific'ates;to be issued bv the latter
charge is said to have been under
consideration for some time.
Montague Lessier IR-) was elected
to. Congress In tha Seventh district
rX New York. Jan. 7. to succeed Nich
olas Mnlier (D.). resigned. H beat
Perry Beteaent. the regular Democrat -
ic candidate, bv JS4 votes.
The most distressing accident that
has taken pltce in this county for'
years occurred a; the Negannee,
Mich., mine Jan. 7. when, by a cave-
in. the lives cf thirteen to seventeen
miners are thought to h3e been kt
. ,, ,
Deputy Coasai-ueneral rfanauer. at
Frankfort. Germany, writes: Europe's
population is. according to official
censuses taken in 1"W and 1901.
about 355.0W.0O0 nersons. This is
49.W0.0flQ of an increase above the
count in 1SSS.
Prosecutions against all the big
packing-house concerns in the West
for violations of the provision of the
interstate commerce law against re
ceiving preferential rates are con
templated by the Interstate Com
John G. Carlisle, ex-Secretary of
the Treasury, was defendant in a suit
before Justice O'Dwyer In the City
Court of New York Jan 7., in which
Richard F. Leake, a cabman, recov
ered $1000 damages for false arrest
Governor Dockery of Georgia wlP
be requested to issue a requisition for
the return to Missouri of Stewart
Fife, who has been arrested at North
akima. Wash., for the murder of
Frank W. Richardson, who was shot
and killed at his home on Christmas
Colonel Samuel N. Hoyt. a veteran
of two wars, a participant in various
Indian campaigns, a California forty
niner and the intimate friend of Sam
Houston, Kit Carson and other fig-j
ures of the rough West of, half a cen
tury ago. died at Washington. D. C..
aged SI years.
Full returns from the elections held
it. Cuba December 31st will not be in
before the end of January. In all of
the Cuban provinces, except the prov
ince of Puerto Principe, the Senators
and Representatives will be adherents,
ot Thomas Estrada Palma, the President-elect
The new owners of the North Paci
fic Coast Railroad of California have
decided, -after considerable liber
ation, not to incorporate a new com
pany. They will instead take the '
rlaces of the retiring owners on the
board of directors of the North Paci
fie Coast Railroad Company and thus
assume the control and management
of the railroad property.
f The Santa Ana Valley, Cal., Walnut!
, Growers' Association, which controls
! more than half the output of the wal
nut crop of Santa Ana, has made pub-'
lie a statement of the season's wcrk.
iilRl nfnspil. f?fi-pntv firo onrlnrwici nr
,.50o.ooo pounds of' walnuts, have'
,.pn shinnp,, , ,,,irln tha nr ro,
, : , ,, ,.,. ",.. .;,-
i vu AiaAif. .ir iiic siuntio 1 1:111 1 v .
A local detective agency at M ex
! ico City
claims to know the where-
H. J. Fleishman, tnei
. ... .
sieged absconding California banker.
Jan Kubelik, the young violinist. ;
.was mobbed by women as he was!
'eaving the Brooklyn. N, Y.. Academy .
of Music after the concert Jan. "J
and before he cculd reach his car
riage his clothes were almost torn ,
away. Women wanted to kiss him ,
and wanted locks of his hair.
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u...vj;u iu HIUIVO HI OUT S1II1L U1B. Silltf-
1 M.- . K . l.ll.
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Contracts taken on sewer work,
I lumbing aud repairing work of any
I kind undertaken. EL W. Quinn. Union
Our second sreat sale Is proving
s great success, goods being- offered
at ,a tremendous bargain. Whitney
& Marsh. IJmited.
To sit behind a fast horse and
i ... . ....
watch the landscape glide by is a
nmse niune .1
MaUln 35. The Terri
The best is always the cheapest in ' for Punahou only goes to Walkiki on i
the end. and when a house is known j Saturdays.
to carry reliable goods. It Is best tci Cars leave Fort and King streets.
ratronire it; see Hoffschlaeger Co.'s corner for Rifle Range at 5:20 and
fcd. on page 5. t5:f, - P1 .,.., I
. , . . , Cars leave Fort and King streets1
, solicited. Examinations, surveys and
con-jreports nja,le fcr any cIass of water-1
xvorkS steam and elerrrienl oonstruc-'
t . t
, tion. Hawaiian Engineering and Con
struction Co.. Stangenwald building.
rompany for the use. of the railroad '
, , . j i '
company are taxable under schedule
A of the act of June 13. 1SJVS. and now
a part of the act of March 2. 1301.
Thf amount nf stamns trouu'reri will ;
. . ..... .v-.r-..
be S50 000 eveiy -iu minutes iiu iu:m'
I1, m.. except the even hour and half j
This opinion sustains Commission-- hour cars which run from the Stable .
er Yerkes holding not onlv in this' Cars leave Nuunnu Yallev at 6:10
particular case, but also his ruling to'
the effect that stocks pledged as col-
lateral on time or call'loans must bej
stamped. Operators on the leading!
.v auges ol lUe -couuliy -
Mcorousij- opposed this vtcw or incfwnlcn 13 the last car from Town
A Reliable- Remedy far Bowel Trou
Rer. J. M. Tingling, pastor of the
Bedford. St JL . Church, Cumber-,
land. Ind.. U. S. A., says: "it af-!
fords me great "pleasure to recom1
mend Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera,
and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have nsedj
it and know others ho have never!
known it to falL" For sale by all
dealers and drusists. Benson, Smith '
for HawaiL ;
1HPGBTER AKQ DBIEH IM- !
JAPANESE PROVISIONS j
and General Merchandise
So,e Asens -o
Phone Mala 82.
Just arrived and placed on sale
a swell line of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
CIGAR CASES, ETC.
The variety of leather is of the
latest and are beautifully mounted
with art noveau silver.
Come early and have the entire
new stock to select from.
Hawaiian News Co.,
On the way to the Post Office.
A Straw Hat
Is the most kumfortable and
koolest kind of Head Gear for a
klimate like ours.
Get any style, shape or quality
made to crder to suit your build
Straw Hat Manufacturer.
Nuuanu St. Opp. Sayegusa's
ITiUIlWayS 1ID16 iSML
ri- !..- TITII.I1.1 -
!yu, lcae WUIKIK1 IOr
5,45 C.15r 6.43 a and e
minutes thereafter till 10:45. li;
and U:4o p. m. from Walkiki go tc
the Punahou Stables.
Cars leave Rifle Range or Pawaa i
switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and j
every 15 minutes thereafter till 11:0 i
Cars leave Fort and King streets,
corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and
every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p. m '
Cars leave for Palama only at 5;
and 5:30 a. m. !
a reauy goon,..- ".. :r ;..:.,
-, i . r; if vo t n inrrn rnr woiti-rt t
! 9:45 p. m., then at 10:15 and 10:45'
P. m. The 11:15 n. m. from Palama
everv 15 minutes till 10:05 p. nu then
at 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35
P. m. goes to Waikiki on Saturdavs
- - .
C3.I?nleav.e hou wablefor Town
t :30 and for Town and Valler at
- -. Q:2Q M . mZ9
Cars leave Oahu College for Town!
nu aiiex at 6:30. b:-0 and :10 a.
- - -. 50 TZ "
q ye F0rt and Qneen street I
for Punahou College at 6:05, 6:25.1
and everv 10 minutes after!
1. m. After that the cits!
5 tin a:- p
ron to the Stable cp to 11:05 p. m..
reaching the Stable at 11:30 p.
Wall,. ISriokols Co.,. &td,
Agents for Territory of Hawaii.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Canadian-Australian Steamship iLin.
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool
A Roof Over
I Is a Necessity
Use the best Hoofing on Earth
BEADY ROCK: ASPHALT ROOFING-
and keep out the rain.
The Hawaiian Trading Go,,
u. 3Fort Street. I.oa.-o ISuildii.ir.
629 King St. WRIGHT BLDG.
A rail Xine of
Saddles. Harness. Whips.
"Hollars. Hames. Chains.
Soaps. Bridles. Bits. Spurs
Harness Oil and Dressing, Gall
Cure. Campbell's Hoof Remedy.
Elliman's Embrocation. H. H. H.
Liniment. Etc.. Etc.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON
ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN.
PHONE BLUB 2651.
c. WXSSEI.3. i ,.,.,.
( 60-1 Queen Street, cor. South.
I Headquarters for Honolulu Primo
Beer, ia bottles and on draught. Al
ways Ice-Cold. We can give yon the.
best glass of Beer in town.
wijr IAU1 CAI flflil
ft ALUI1JI wALUUll
DOITX BY THE IROK XXORKS
For a Goad, Tasty Schooner
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KLEMME BMS., Prinriitirs.
Simplicity, durability, speed and
manifolding power are conceded
to be the four "great essentials la
a typewriting machine. We pre
sent to the public THE OUTER
as the latest and most striking
embodiment of these features, and
the most radical departure from
other methods ot construction.
Examlue this up-to-date ma
chine before deciding upon & pur
chase of an Inferior make.
HART & CO.. Ltd.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Finest resort in the city.
SODA VATER AND ICE CREAM
Made from Pure Fruit Syrups.
CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS.
i FRESH MHT iRKEI
Supplied dally with fresh killed meat
A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
FRUITS, ETC., ETC.
Orders delivered" to any part of the
C. a. YEE HOP & CO.
Corner Berotania and Alakea.
Phone Bi.ce 25
Honolulu Iron Works Go
BOILERS, SUGAR MrLLS, COOL
ERS, BRASS and LEAO CASTINGS,
and MacMnery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blaclumlthlng. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Beaver . Lunch . Rooms.
J. NOLTE, : : :
Just received a new lot of celebrated
s FIVE CMT CIGARS
New York Capaduras,
de Cuba, r '
Grand Republic, Etc
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