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niH HAWAIIAN STAR, INtlDAY, JAKUAItV 16, H.
Roman's Exchange Han a. no' lot of JAVA MATS, A MOAN KAPA8. FANS, AND IIAflKKTfl nml Iho let nMortment of VA8MANIAN 811KLLU In Town. S UW A l V 11.1k H.X'H's. Rxitort Dtntlat 1'w ttwri & 0h (..... l'mrr MHtittfActHmm' tiw t'o.. Pair l Volcano II ohm Psitr ' Firm Am. Savin & Trust rn.. !; W 0hl Pe 8 JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer and Bio!:; or 42 Queen Street I.0. Bo 594, Telephone 72 Ladies' Muslin Underwear RUBBER PRICKS RIGHT. HI gagflaaawjiHaw arnm 1 1 mil n 1 1 n i n i mm NEWS IN A NUTS HULL TRY A Hallon of Wine FROM US I ruriigi-Miilis 'Hint Ulvo Condensm) . Aoms ol' Hit- liny. . .1 1 THE WEATHER, i- Hurcau, Punnhou, 1 p. m. light, fast, weather, clear. minimum temperature, 06; maximum temperature, 77; . uli Winil, Morning midday and i believe we can count on you for a regular customer. li.u um-tpi rected for a a. in., 30.06, rising:, (cor- gravity); rainfall, 24 hours 1 ending J a. m., .02; dew point, 9 n. Ill, 03; humidity W a. in., "4 per cent. CURTIS J. LYONS, Observer. The Dnality of Onr Wines, The Price Yon Pay, The Way We Deliver arc but three of the reasons for the popularity of our Wines and Liquors Como in rind Loarn Moro LIQUOR DEPARTMENT Ilffflffi IS CO., LIMITED 23 KING STREET Cable Address "ARMITAGE." iff Mtap, STOCK AND BOND BROKER Hemtor Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange Office, Campbell Block, Merchant Street Honolulu, T. H. Telephone Main, 101 P. O. Box 6S3. Correspondents San Francisco, Chi cago and New York Stock and Bond Kxchanges. Daily San Franclcso quotations re ccivwl. Electrical Batteries, Bells, Flash lights, Etc , Etc. LIMITED fcJNION AND HOTEL STS. Phone Main 317 j Sundries iPEflRSON S POTTER GO., I, Lewers & Cooke have Just repolved their 1803 wnll papers. I. Levingston will soon open his new atnre In the Young block. L. U. Kerr & Co will hold a final fire cW-.irance sale on 'Monday. There was rehearsal of the opera Ma rltana at the Elks' hall last evening. Walter Disney will collect accounts owing the Manufacturers' Shoe Com pany. The Non Aqua Is the name of a real ly water-proof shoe. Just the thing for cold feet. The rainfall at Luakaha, for the day I closing with yesterday morning at 9 o clock, was 2.0i Inches. I S. Ozakl have Just received a large 1 assortment of line crepe shirts suitable for the cold weather, i The first American Savings .and Trust Company is a popular savings bank and allows iM per cent on year ly deposits. Gus Rose has been re-elected captain of Company G, N. G. H., and S. K. Kamaloplll first lieutenant, and D. Ke kaullke second lieutenant. Louis Marks is to retire from the Sanitary Laundry to devote' his time to his painting business. E. C. Win ston will be the new manager of the I laundry. The Life Problem Club dined last evening as It does regularly every Thursday evening. In the discussion afterwards, Fred Young gave an ad dress of physical culture. For honest dentistry at low prices have the Expert 'Dentists, 2151 Hotel street. olT Union, In front of the Young building do your work. Their dentistry , is as near painless as can honestly be produced. y i Frank Wllburton, charged with em bezzllng $G0 by selling llsh and not ac counting for the money, waived pre liminary examination this morning In j the police court and was committed to I the Circuit couct. Wllburton Is out on bonds. H. Wilson 'of the big contracting firm of Wilson, .Lyons & Company of San Francisco, arrived by the Sonoma yes terday. He comes to look over the field of the Kona-Kau Railroad before entering upon the work of building the road. 'Mrs. Fannie I. Helmuth, one of the founders of the first woman's club In the United States, and the first presU dent of the American Federation of Woman's clubs, was a passenger on the Ventura yesterday passing through Honolulu. An adjourned meeting of the Repub lican Territorial Central Committee will be held at Republican headquar ters on Saturday evening next. Janu ary 1", at 7:30 o'clock. The business of the meeting is to receive the County bill, as prepared by the special com mittee authorized at the last Terri torial convention, with a report there on. BURGERS ASK SEVERAL BOOHS DRAW 1TP AN ADDRESS TO THE COLONIAL SECRETARY WANT AMNESTY AND ARBITRATION. PRETORIA, Jan. 8. An Inlluentlal meeting of burghers yesterday drafted ' an address for presentation to Colonial 'Secretary Chamberlain and the Legis lative Council, embodying the views of 1 the leaders. Among the recommenda tions are general amnesty, the main tenance ot the Transvaal's pre-war regulations regarding natives, the Im portation of cattle by the Government and their sale to the burghers at ac , tual cost and the abolition of the South African constabulary. Generals Botha, De Wet and De La Rey strong ly urged the necessity tor a moderate attitude and organization to assist the oresent Government. General Botna reported that $23,000 had been collected In America and Europe for the relief of the destitute 'Boers. A JAPANESE WAS ROBBED. TI Tflohl n hunk driver. reDOrted to the authorities this moining that he had been robbed 'by a burglar last 1 night. The Japanese lives on Vineyard ' street on the Ewa slue or tno yueen hotel. He left the door to his room open last nlcht. Early this morning while ! dressing ho discovered that he had been robbed. A gold plated watcn val ued at $23 anu a purse communis ii.uv Thn robber Is supposed to have entered the room while Klsltf slept. CAPITAL INCREASED. P. Peck & Company have filed with Treasurer Kepolkal a notice of Increase of their capital stock from $90,000 to $103,000. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. Fire Insurance! CHE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED, General Agents for Hawaii. Atlas Assurance Company 'of London. Phoenix Assurance Company of Lon don. New York Underwriters Agency. Providence Washington Insurance Company. Phoenix Insurance Company of Brook' lyn. Albert Raas, flanager Insurance Department office Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building. Star Want ada pay at once. For 'Bent. Cottage near Emma square, parlor. bedroom, bath, clothes closet. Rent t-0 per month. Suitable for one or two gentlemen. JAS. F. MORGAN, S5 Queen Street. For Bent. Premises on Beretanla street between Plikol and Keeaumoku streets. Large cottage, Parlor, 3 Bedrooms, Dining Room, Kitchen, Carriage House and Stables. Large yard, lot 100x300, runs through from Beretanla to Klnau streets. Rent $35 per month. JAS. F. MORGAN, 65 Queen Street JAS. 1, M0EGAN' Auctioneer and Broker, 43 Queen Street, P. 0. Box 594 Telephone 72 STAflPS Our new Vulcanlzer Is a Dandy. It turns out the best rubber stamps In the city. If you don't believe It Just give us a trial. Clear cut impressions ana lasting. Notorial and Corporation SEALS f YOUR MONEY SAVERS. WALL NICHOLS CD., LTD, A TONIC YOU NEED A TONIC SOME TIMESPERHAPS NOW. YOU ARE RUN DOWN, HAVE THAT TIRED FEELING. HAVEN'T GOT THE SNAP, VIM AND LIFE YOU OUGHT TO HAVE. 1 WHY DON'T YOU TAKE A GOOD TONIC7 THAT'S PROB ABLY WHAT YOU NEED. ' :'S IS A VERY PALATABLE PREPARATION, CONTAIN ING THE THREE MOST VALUABLE INGREDIENTS BEEF, IRON AND WINE. IT'S A TONIC THAT WILL PUT YOU SQUARE ON YOUR FEET AGAIN. IT WILL GIVE YOU VIM, LIFE, VITALITY; DISPEL NERVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS. WHY" NOT BEGIN THIS RATIONAL BUILDING-UP TREATMENT TODAY"? PRICE 73 CENTS. H OBRON DRUG CO., j Ehlers1 Block, Fort Street, Sachs' Block, Beretanla and Fort 492 Telephone Blue FOR. $2 per Doz. Qts. CAMARA k CO., B. E. Corner Queen and Alakea Streets. BE AYE R LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street, Opposite "Wilder A Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. First-Class Lunches served with tea, coffee, soda, water, ginger ale or milk. Bmokers Requisites a Specialty. Note Heads, Bill Hads, Statements and Fine Commercial f Tinting at the Star Office. Pacific Beer On Monday Morning at 8 o'cl Sale of Ladles' Fine Under-Mus thro' out the week, or while the The values are extraardlnar pics quoted. The muslins, the up to our standard, and when co persuade you to buy a year's su last steamer, a lot of those exq the dainty kind, made of Soft N trimmed, worth $2.00 and $7.00 e prices. Gowns uolcL SladLrts Worth $.75 $1.00 $1.23 $1.60 $1.75 $2.00 Sale Price 45 .65 .85 1.00 1.15 1.25 Drawers Worth $.33 $ .50 $ .75 $ .90 $1.25 $P.50 Sale Price 25 .35 .45 .CO .90 1.00 Corset Covers Worth $.33 $ .50 $ .13 $ .75 $1.00 $1.50 ' Sale Price 20 .30 .40 ' .50 .60 1.00 In addition to the Muslin Underwear Sale, our January Clearing Sale will continue In all departments. Great bargains for everybody. More announcements will follow. MISS CANTOR RECEIVED EX- ZEA- ' LANDIA, A QUANTITY OF SMART', HATS WHICH SHE WILL OFFER, , TOGETHER WITH HER ENTIRE' STOCK, AT OUR JANUARY CLEAR ING SALE PRICES. r Jas. F. Morgan President Cecil Brown Vice-President F. Hustace Secretary Chas. H. Atherton Auditor W. H. Hoogs Treas. and Mgr. TELEPHONE MAIN 295. Husito dBB. Ltd QUEEN STREET ' Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith OooJL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Special attention given to DRAYING 4LSO, WHITE AND BLACK SAND C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. Kahikiiiui Meat Market And Grocery Fruits and Vegetables BERETANIA ST., COR. ALAKEA Also at-the Fish utet, Stalls 1 9 and 20 Phono Blue 2511. Fancy Cakes ALL KINDS OF FANCY CAKES, PIES, ETC., MADE TO ORDER AT VERY LOW PRICES BY A FIRST CLASS BAKER OF TWELVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN HONOLULU, CORNER NUUANU AND BERETANIA" STREETS. (COMPANY, WCD.) Cjplanade, cor, Allen and Fort Sts. Manufacturers of Soda Water, Gln ter Ale, Sarsaparilla, Root Beer, Cream Soda, Strawberry. Etc., Etc, Whitney ock begins our great January Una. The sale will continue goods last. y. as will be seen by the exam trimmings, the sewing, are fully mblned with the prices should pply. There arrived by the ulslte "Home Made" Garments, nlnsooks and Lawns, beautifully ach; all these go In at the sale $2.50 1.50 $3, 1, $2.00 1.15 $2.00 1.15 Jiff Marsh, Ltd OFFICERS. H. P. BALDWIN President J. B. CASTLE .... First Vice-President W. M. ALEXANDER... 2d Vlce-Pres't J. P. COOKE Treasurer W. O. SMITH Secretary GEORGE R. CARTER Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission rierchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com pany, Haiku Sugar Company, Pala Plantation Company, Nahlku Sugar Company, J Klhel Plantation Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahulul Railroad Company, I AND i The Cnlllornla and Oriental Steamship Company IIBlffl ENGINEERING AI ROOMS 508.510, STANGENWALD BUILDING. Engineers and Contractors P. O. BOX 537, PHONE MAIN 60. IN GOOD COMPANY Many dollars are turn ed away annually by The Star in rejecting offensive and Improper advertise ments offered for inser tion in Its columns. This is a cogent reason why The Star's adver tising columns are so generally used and so widely read. U i r "