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hawauax rrAit, rninv. January i, ti A Summtr Proposition. Wll, now, thr's the ECB QUESTION I 'n know you'll need Ire: you know i necalty In hot weather. We wmw.vc you are anxious to Bet that U't mk will give you Mtlifnctlon, .mi! . like to supply you. Order from IK Oil I8 I WM CO., KOFFMAN AND MAIUCHAM. rptiono 3151 Blue, Postofllce Box C05. f. C. IRWIN & CO., LTD. Wn. O. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Spreckels First Vice-President W. M. GIITard... Second Vlce-rresldont H. XL Whitney, Jr.Sec'y and Treasurer Geo. J. Ros3 Auditor SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS AGENTS OP THE Oceanic Steamship Company San Francisco, Cal. ot San ..AGENTS FOR THE.. Scottish Union National Insurant Company Ot Edinburgh. KVUhclma o Magdeburg General In surance Company. JfcjBeia.ted Assurance Co., Ltd., oi Munich and Berlin. Alliance Marine and General Assur ance Co., Ltd.. of London Royal Insurance Company of Liver pool. 2Jlfenr Assurance Company of Lon don. Rochester Gorman Insurance Company. fflrose Shoten Kessoved to corner of Nuuanu and &eretanla streets. In addition to JAPANESE PROVI SIONS and DRY GOODS a wholesale dQUOR department has been opened. CteL Blue 392. P. O. Box SS3. Oahu Tailoring Company, MERCHANT TAILORS. Suits Made To Order. Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing a Specialty. Canter Beretanla and Emma Streets. CREPE SHIRTS A large shipment of fine crepe shirts suitable for the -cold weather have just been received and are on display in our window. PRICES REASONABLE. RlffiSISWOFJiPflHGOIS In the city. China, Cloi sonne and Satsuma Wares, Japanese Silks and Curios. HOTEL STREET STORE. 178 HOTEL STREET. PHONE MAIN 197. Promote Healthy AND VIGOROUS HAIR BY THE USE ONLY OF THE ONLY AND ALWAYS RELIABLE Tliora In this pec it 1 It r Ik I tig uli out onr Hair Vlgnr i It's n lmlr forl, not it tlyo. It (lown't turn your hair sud donly lilnok nud iuh'ao it look dead nml lifeless. Hut pnulunlly tho old color comes back, nil tho rich color it used to liavo. And It also stops falling of tho lmlr. Even if your lmir Isn't coining out, isn't turning gray, isn't too short, yet you certainly want a flno dress ing for it, and hero it is. flyer's Hair Vigor It kcops tho scalp clean and healthy, romoves all dandruff, makes tho hair grow rapidly, prevents it from falling out, and does not allow a single gray hair to appear. Do not bo deceived by cheap imita tions which will only disappoint you. Make sure that you get tho genuino Ayor's Hair Vigor. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co.. Lowell. Miss., U.S.A. Phoenix PAINT Made of PURE WHITE LEAD, PURE OXIDE OF ZINC, PURE LINSEED OIL, PURE COLORS. 1 gallon covers COO sq. feet. Fresh Consignment Just Arrived. WILDER I CO., LTD., i 150 HOTEL STREET. Backs,- Stationery AND 3 Ghooi supplies Blank Books all Sizes, Letter Copying Books and Letter Presses, Office Supplies, Etc., Etc. Dairies for 1903 '. IVX. WEBB, PROPRIETOR. Silent Barber Shop Hotel Street HOT AND COLD BATHS. BEST BARBER SHOP IN HONOLULU. S. K. AKI & CO.. MAUNAKEA STREET BELOW KING AND ABSOLUTELY PERFECT HAIR PREPARATION Var aale by nil druggists and at the TOnlon Barber Shop. Telephone Main Sanitary Plumbing and Sewer Con necting done at reasonable rates. NOTICE. Peraons needing, or knowing of those who do need protection from physical or moral injury, which they are not able to obtain for themselves, may con suit the Legal Protection Committee of the Anti-Saloon League, 9 Mclntyre Building. W. H. RICE, Supt. STILL ANOTHER WEEK Our stock of Silks, Woolen Dress Goods, Velvets, Plushes and Dress "EWmniinKS at a very low figure. t 4 ALSO 4Beme fine French Flannels at cut rate prices. This Chance 5 Xs yours. Don't miss It. Remember It Is for this week only. !. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD., FOET STREET To BoorgaiiBze Heweii 8pcll I'nhh to th Advertlm-r. WASHINGTON. 1). (., Jan. 15. Senator Mitchell has intro duced a bill reorganizing tho Territory of Hawaii, making the municipal clause of the Organic Act mandatory and amending the clause relating to the Executive so as to permit the appoint ment of a Governor from the mainland. :o: PRIZE FIGHT FATALITY. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15. Frank McConncll was probably fatally injured in a prize fight with Spider Welch. :o : CHANGE OF TRANSPORT POLICY. WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 15. Secretary Root has aban doned his plan to dispose of the army transports by lease or otherwise. :c : GERMANS SHELL A FORT. PUERTO CABELLO, Jan. 15. A German cruiser today fired a shell at one of the forts, which was being manned. No damage was done. :o: WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 15. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has agreed to report the Cuban reciprocity treaty to the Senate amended so as to guarantee against a further reduction of the sugar tariff. ;o; ENGLISH COAL GOES UP. LONDON, Jan. 15. The price of coal has been advanced twelve cents per ton, the raise being due to severe weather and an increased American demand. :o : CROKER'S STATE PLANS. NEW YORK, Jan. 15. Richard Croker arrived yestcrday He expects to effect a Tammany organization throughout New York state in time for the presidential election. :o: MARCONI'S MESSAGE RATES. NE WYORK, Jan. 16. Marconi will send trans-Atlantic mes sages at ten cents a word as soon as his installations are made and predicts that the rate will be lowered to one cent within two years. :o: WARNING TO VENEZUELANS. LA GUAYRA, Jan. 15. There are renewed labor troubles here and the prefect of the city has been warned by the captain of the British cruiser Terrible that he will hold him personally re sponsible if any harm comes to Germans, Italians or British who arc in his jurisdiction. :o: BERESFORD FOR MONROE DOCTRINE. NEW YORK, Jan. 15. Speaking of the Venezuelan issue Lord Charles Beresford expresses satisfaction at the manner in which a settlement is to be reached. The affair, he says, has taught his government a lesson that it must never try its hand again at such- a game without the partnership of the United States. "I do not say a word against Germany," he adds, "but I think it would be to England's advantage to say, 'We support the Monroe doctrine and are ready to fight for it.' " -:o:- ilow the Strenuous President of the United States Has Lived It Down. Theodore Roosevelt's record reveals him as an impulsive and dangerous man; but when he became President of the United States he realized how perilous his limitations might be to his country. He resolved to reform, and he did reform. He is now entitled, to that Species of admiration accorded by every true Christian to an erring husband who genuinely repents and returns to his wife and family, resolved to be a better and a nobler man. It must have been exceedingly difficult for Mr. Roosevelt to live down his past, but he has been amazingly successful. These are the ideas with reference to our Chief Alagistratc which find expression in many vehicles of European higher thought, notably in The Monthly Review (London). Mr. Syd ney Brooks is the writer of the article. He informs us that Mr. Roosevelt even now "has to keep constant watch over himself." "But then he all but invariably succeeds in doing so. A year ago Americans felt uneasy about their new President. They feared his overplus of energy, the impact of his impetuous tin gling personality. He had the same reputation for militant rash ness that the Kaiser once enjoyed. It took William III. ten years to live down the nervousness his accession inspired. It has taken Theodore Roosevelt just one year." Mr. Roosevelt has "a bludgeon of a mind," proceeds our au thority, "healthily unoriginal and non-creative." "A man in many ways after Carlyle's own heart, who has 'swal lowed formulas,' is transparently incapable of anything mean, underhand or equivocal, preaches and practices the gospel of work, and flinches before nothing." "So buoyant,, virile, and masterful a figure would win a fbl lowing anywhere." "In America the force of his attractiveness is peculiarly felt. They are an emotional people, always ready to exalt any man who rises even an inch above the undistinguished multitude, ctiick on the uptake, swiftly responsive to a touch of firmness. They will follow a leader, when they find one, farther than most nations, and forgive him, as they forgave Grant, almost any thing." But Mr. Roosevelt can be very easily misunderstood, says The St. James' Gazette (London). He talks so much sometimes, and he is so strong. "President Roosevelt, for whom a quite unusual degree of ad miration is felt in this country, lends himself as readily as the very classics to commentation. The strenuous life pulsates through all his words, and the enfeebled commentators in their more effete existence sit up with a vengeance when the winged sentences reach their ears. Sometimes the words seem to reach them in what might almost be called a 'dishgrasheful condishion' and then they do sit up!" "A torpedo President," says the Paris Temns of the present occupant of the White House. "He has the defect of being an uncomfortable person. He gives public opinion too many shocks. lie furnishes the people with too many surprises." The Republican party magnates have for him the disagreeable feeling "not only of the hen who has hatched out a duck, but of the farmer who has entrusted the protection of his sheep not to a dog but to a wolf." He is "incorrigible," and all who study his career find it "a series of continual somersaults," altho' in a straight direction. It looks as if he must be the inevitable candi date in 1904, but his, own disposition has interfered with that "honeymoon" and ."given some assurance to his enemies." The Literary Digest. a.;..- ft? V . :;.-: .0: : ..0: .;e: .O:. . Puncture Proof Tires Ve have Just rooelved 10 pairs of our ne& Pat. Punoturo Proof Ulfiyclo Tires. jfllvSry one 'has Bur name on and Is gtiamnttf for six months against any defect. Our price $4.00 each. Makes It possible for any one to ride over thorns, glass, tacks, Etc, without nny danger of,a Hat tire. Don't be patching an old tire all the time. Get a Puncture Proof. Every genuino 'Pat. .Puncture Proof Tire has our name in raised letters right on the tire. Get the genuine and guaranteed arti cle at . Mil , SON, LT! AGENTS CYPHERS INC. CO. "i. .. ?:: .& BY THE Fresh cauliflower, cabbage, celery, Eastern and California cocktail oysters, oranges, cranberries, etc. Everything of the very choicest. 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