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ftotivdnlr tl1 ni 1 1 f noveltf In (i, .mii a large ef viiMitinj W0nAN5 BXCHANQB N- other food l subject to Wsetier criticism than table eut tar; mid no butter receives M INUi'ti i'i"iine from all member Of the h minefield si Crystal Springs Butter Nw shipment just received. Also Clark Farm butler. ME Limited Telephone Alain 45 Mn1tNi VrMM t ' tint Null. V v OPENING OF THE KltWS IN A NUTHltKLL Smut 4 lUh NEWROYALSCHOO L weather mmmr. U. . Weattscr Ufa OMea, TMC BatMUa. Ttmttora(urea: a a i.,4M) I a, in., 70; 19 . m.. 71; noon, H. Hmln( mini mum. M. aromelet, s a. m M.M; Ataaolute hHRtMHtr. a. crata par cubic fK; Relative iMMMHtr. ,.. per cdbt; Dw fwMt, ... St Wftni: VafcwHr. a . e . U, XB.: m.. t, X.; M a. M., S.i Mmh. t, KB. MaiafaJl 4trln 14 kora ending f a. Mk. Inches. fbtal wind movement during 2 bfHira antes at Kaon, Mf mites. ALWX. eC JUWrJET, lecOoa mrcctor U. SJ. Weatfeer Stir, au n.KAWNU KXKHt'lHKl MTKN1KI HT OOVWUtott CARTKH AND tuwwNM or ywtm.ATtmtc. The formal nwrtu of -a new Royal School was ImM tMa morning at the new school liwltijwg on Urn ma street. There waa a very large attendant In cludln committees from each house f the legislature. Clovernor Carter. -relary AtkhiMin and member of other department of the governin. nt. nt -aide m.iny old pupils of the school, old friend of the school, and parents and friend of the pupil. Muperintendent of Public Instruction A. T. Atkinson made the opening eddrem. The Koyal School waa established in 1M0 a a sohol for the education of Ha- James J'. Morgan, AtKTIOM; KR AKt nnoKKn. Mi-Sit Kaahumanu at. Trt. MMn Tl. P. a Mm IN. AUCTION SALE lso- (flirt lud ttftiiikn,; Dandruff is a Nuisance It ts tlf: result of a diseased scalp. It not OvsMed in 4ts earliest stage!, it loads tiveittunlly to baldness, PACHECO'S h DANDRUFF n KILLER applied .it the beginning will aave 7our Itair, H will remove all signs of dandruff forever. old. y all Druggists and at the Union itarlier iHhop, Tel. 232 Main, Stormy Weather Is Coming on And many Qutdoor Sports Must be Abandoned. Why not Get a set of Table Tennis? The game affords Good sport and Plenty of Exercise. To close out the Stock we are Selling some fine Carving sets at liess than cost. Step in and see Them. Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd. 931 Port Street. I Live a hark al the Aai1tiM, Uentlemen's ties and belta at ahima. A number of aalea are advertise J In Morgan 'a column. Kurnlture aata at Morgaa'a aalex- room tomorrow mora bis;. i The band will pU' at the Moun.i ' Hotel at 7:W this aeveiUllK. The Catholic Laaiaa' AI4 cit' will meet till afteriKKHi at I'M o'clock ;it Victor 8. Clark of the Ituieau of I )or at Waaiiltufton, is expected to ;ir rive here about the middle of Maul, Miss Nutinann, a stylish trlinm r from the east arrived by the stemm-i Ventura for the fiachs Dry Goods fo A meeting of the U)ubllcaii Central Committee will le hM tomorrow even- i Ins; to discuss the county (Wverjiim'nt 1 question . . Jenifer has lt tls employ of the Promotion CoimnUtm and turned , over tlie Tvos Angelas acy to Miss , Whltloek. j The U. , Army Transport Thomas, j Captain Lynatn, is expected to arrive , Kiindny or Monday from Manila and; Judge Kingsbury of Idaho, fattier r& Mrs, 'buries V. Humphrey, Depot (iUHi tennaster, V. tt. A., Is x visllor In Honolulu, arriving by the Ventura, The ship I. V. Chapman lias arrived at Atnoy, China, after a smart passage of 12 days from New York. "Dsde" son of H, M. Dow Is one of the Chap man's crew. Mr. and Mrs, W. II. Rica of Lihue re turned home from a very pleasant visit to the foast where they have been so journing for the past two months. The Oarden Island. The Misses M. Una and A. Levey, who have for sometime past been en- Joying country life on Kauai, returned ; to I.lliue from Hanalel last Tuesday, I I The Harden Island, j I Owar Krcutcr, formerly of Honolulu j ,iiinl connected with the firm of David j Lawrence & Co., Is now manager of tJhas, K. Noyes & Co's cigar store, one of the largest of its kind In Oakland, ' 111,.. I Miss Anna Itlce, formerly u resident of llllo, is ut work on the formation of i it party of toiirlsts at Milwaukee, ht-r present home. Miss Rice oxpscts to conduit the party to Honolulu In a short time. There was a large attfija t.tc of lour ists and white residents at ihr Japan esc wriitllng matches at th Japanese theater on Aula lane last night. Th's tournament In which there are wrest lers from all part of the IsIauU will ontinue for several day yt.. The Kamhlur Magazine, published by the makers of the. Hamblur automobile, has written to tho Hawaii I'romotjon Committee askltiK for details of the Moral auto parade, wishing to use the facts as the basis of an elaborate ar ticle on such displays In their Journal. There will bo an old time village school at the Joint social of the Young Men's and the Young Womim's Chris tian Association tonight, at the Y, M. '. A. Miss Gertrude Hall will be the school ma'am. Miss May I'aty and Lyle I)lck"y will be tho captains of the two sides In the spelling school. There will also be an old time singing school. A warrant was Issued tills afternoon for the arrest of ,1. K. I'lilleiion, on a charge of extortion In the second de gree. The chargn Is the result of his alleged loan of $70 to Thomas K. Rich ardson and heavy Interest charged therefor. Hfl'LltlNTKN'Dh.VT ATKI Nr ' ,N YL.iiiimu if .l,r.fl. f.V.. r...,....r . ,.. nj , .41, r r ''I III. 111 yi-.irs It conducted l .Mr. and Mrs. Anion Cooke, fathei of c. M. Cooke, who were early mission aries. Queen Ulluokalani, in her iMiok about Hawaii, speak of attending this school and of hr exierlence while there. Mrs. Dernice Taught Ulshop was an other pupil of this school in those early days. The school 1ms en a government or public school now or many years, though still retaining the name given ltlxty-rtve years ago. The following Is tJie program of ex ercises: Prayer Rev. Stephen Desha 8ong, "I'mlse and Thanksgiving".... C, I'. Rlnck Stohool Choir, Opening Address Superintendent A. T. Atkinson Address Principal Alex. Mackintosh ong, (a) "Birds In the Xlght".Sulllvnn ' (b) "Spring Song" Plnsutl School Choir. ' - I Address Representative Niiknln:i ' Address Rev, Stephen Desha "Hawaii Ponol." j Star Spangled Ganner," ' School Choir. I SATUItDAY, JIAHGIl -i, AT 10 O'CUIOK A. M., I will sell at my salesroom, M7 Ka a human u street, Furniture, nearly new comprising-: Iron and Brass Beds, Mprlaf and Moss lUttraases, Feather Pillow. Tablet, CoenMnathw Writin Desk, Wardrobes, Chairs. Mockers. Kefrlstara Uir, Ice Hok, Kitchen aMd8. Bureaus, Wash Stands, Iarsje Jewel Htov. Quarter flawed Roll Top Desk. 1 mnty. 1 Tt Buggy. JAAUIS V. MORQAN, AUCT10N0GR. AUCTION SALE SATUItDAY, MARCH 4, AT 10 'OCIOCK A. M.. I will sell at my salesroom, 847 Kaa humanu street, 1 large marble top stone counter. 1 black-bar fixture with large mir rors. Also to the trade: V, ilox. White and Rlack Straw Hat, Btc. JJtc. JAMGS F. MOIWAnTaUCTIONEER. An Evening Auction OX SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, AT 7:30 O'CLOCK. At tio Oriental Razaar premises, King street, opposite Wall, Nichols Co,, I will sell at Public Auction to close out the- Bankrupt Stock of I. Levlng ston. Shirts, Collars, Underwear, Dress Shirts, Neckwear, Socks, Straw and Felt Hats, White Vests, Sweaters, Ktc. I2tc JAAIES F. A10RGAN, Auctioneer. DAILY STOCK REPORT HUMANITY BOARDS MAY BE ELECTED Republican National Committeeman for Hawaii A. O. M. Robertson at noon today received the following cable from Delegate Kuhlo at Washington: "Rill to elect Hoards under County Government has passed Congress, "KVUIO." YOUNO ISCICART ENLISTS. John V. Kokardt's son of the Super intendont of tho Queen's Iloupltul lias enlisted In the navy at the local station. FOR SALE! sawsM A Few Sets OF Inquire at W. W. DIM0ND & CO. Agents for Host Nlu Ranch VS. THE LAW SAILOR ON CHILKAN SHIP OTHICL LO TOO SICK TO GO TO SKA AND TOO POOR TO OUT ASHORK, The V, S. Immigration laws on one side and humanity on the other are clashing In the case of a sailor named Anton Mlla.zo on the Chllllan ship Othello. The man Is very ill with rupture. In fact he Is unable to pro ceed to sea and It would be dangerous for It I r ii to attempt to do so. Dr. Ra mus of the marine hospital service has examined the man and expressed such in opinion. The physician stated that It would be necessary for the sick man to undergo an operation which would require at least 20 days In the hospital. The ship's olllcers want to send the man ashore but apparently the United States laws forbid such a thing. Tho ship has to go to sen soon so naturally the olllcers are anxious to get the man ashore where he will given attention, it Is thought that some person Inter ested In the case will secure the ser vices of an attorney to try and bring the matter Into the courts In some way and ascertain whether the laws can not be set aside In order to allow the man to enter. The Immigration laws are strict however on tho subject hold ing that It is posslhlo that being a foreigner from a foreign ship he might become a public charge. WISHED HONOLULU WKATHIOR, On February 13 the Dos Moines Dally Nows of which Louis Meyer formerly of the Advertiser staff Is city editor had a front page story of the cold wen. ther that was prevailing In that sec tion, The themornoter In Des Moines registered 20 degrees below zero which was within a tenth of a degree of the record. Tho breaking of all cold re cords In Nebraska, Wisconsin and Texas was tho topic for another story. Flashed across the top of tho page In red type wiih tho following: "It may Comfort You to Know That In Hono lulu Today the Thomomoter Register 70 In tho Shade." AFTERNOON STOCK HALES. Tho following sales were reported on tho stock oxchango this aflornoon: ses sion sales f.3 Ohm at JO; 5 Ookala at $8. CAHI.KH FOR I'ORT ARTHUR. The Commercial Pacific Cable Com pany has posted a notice that messages for Dalny or Port Arthur will he tic cepted Jf couched In plain English ' or Japanese at sender's risk, . i Friday, Mai .-l 3, on Hoard: $2000 Pioneer, $103. Uy Hoard: 00 Ewa, $32; 50 Kw. Ewa Plan. Co 37 Haw, Agr, Co !0 00 Haw. Co Haw, Sugar Co 35 00 Honomu Sugar Co llouokaa 21, M Haiku Sugar Co 155,00 Kahuku 33 00 Klhel Plan Co 13 00 Klpahulu ' , Koloa Mcllryde , 950 Oaliu Sugar Co Onomea Ookala Sugar Co. 7.00 Olau Sugur Co. Ji.75 Olowalu Sugar Co Pacific Sugar Mill Pala Plan Co 175,00 Fopeekco Sugar Co, Pioneer Mill Co 160,00 Walalua " Walluku , Wilder S, S. Co 122.50 Inter-Island S. N, Co,.,, 120,00 Haw. Electric Co 105.00 Hon. R. T Hon. R. T 05,00 Mutual Telephone Co. ... 8.00 Oahu Railway 75,00 Haw. O-ovt, 'Cs 100.00 Haw. Com. 'Cs 100.00 Ewa Plan, Us 100.00 Haiku Sugar Co 101.50 Haw. Sugar Co. Cs 101,00 Hon. It. T. Cs 101.00 Kahuku Plan. Ch 100,00 Oahu Rullwuy Cs 102,00 Oahu Sugar Cs 101.00 Pioneer Mill Cs 102.75 Walalua Agr, 6s 101,00 ltn.;. a, $32. 32 00 Hood clear rool winter weather A lot of fine new smooth streets A splendid assortment of the Latest (905 Columbia, Cleveland and Rambler Bikes Ideal conditions fr wnjalineT. Oalt and eainlne our new stock, ' . .. .. a V 'AT ?: '..aVi .. . ..e jv?: t a E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD. :.::f:.v . . . ?! ' .Lid, OFFICII RS: IL P. Baldwin President J. P. Cooke .First Vice-President W. M. Alexander.Second Vice-President L. T, Peck Third Vice-President J. WatfrThouse Treasurer O, M. Rolph Secretary W. O. Smith '.Auditor ; Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company, Haiku Sugar Company, Pala Plantation, Maul Agricultural Company, Klhel Plantation Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahuku Plantation Company, Kahulul Railroad Company, Halcakala Ranch Company. W. G. Irwin & Go. AGENTS FOR j Weetern Sugar Refining Co., San' Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works, PhlladeK phla, Pa, Newell Universal Mil Co., Manufac turers of tlonal Cane Shredder, New York, N. Y. Parafllne Tilr Company, San Francis co,, Cal, OHandt & Co., San Francleco, Cal. Pacific Oil Transportation Co., So Francisco, Cal. Lovney's Celebrated Chocolates FRESH AND SWEET. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers And Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Corner of Fort and Queen Sts. Want ads In the Star bring quick re turns. Three lines three times for 25 cents. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE , HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. LEWIS & CO, LTD, 109 King Street. 2t0 3 Telephones 20. 240 91 00 30 00 170 CO 21 31 00 13 00 00.00 155.00 10.00 140 00 38.00 8.00 0.00 C5.00 205 00 105.00 77.50 285.00 110.00 101.00 10.00 103,25 101.75 COPTIC MAY ARRIVE. The S, 8. Coptic, may arrive today from Sun Francisco with mall en route to Orient. YOUNG HOTEL THIEF IN TOILS High Sheriff Henry was feeling much pleused today as he had excellent rea hoii for believing that tho mystery of the Young Hotel robberies hod been solved, The arrest of Ah Choy a Chi nese who formerly was employed as a cook ut tho hotel and later as room boy for manager Lake will It Is thought clear up the matter, ONE I)ATt COLD CURE. Don't let a cold "run Its course" but nip It nt tho start by taking tho fa mous Anll-Grlppe Tablots. They are safe, sure, pleasant and cure a cold In one day. At Hebron's. Star Want Ads pay 25 cents.. Primo Lager Pure, wholesale and delicious. It will give you strength to stand the nervous strain of this work-a-day world. Drink No Other SPECIAL SALE I N CHINA DINNER WARE Drop Patterns In order to make rootnfor new patterns that are now on the way, we will sell at LESS THAN COST the entire stock on hand. See the display on the specially appointed table. W. W. DIMOND & CO., LTD. Dealers In Household Goods, Sole Agents for the Cleanable Gurney Refrigerators, Celebrated Jewel Stoves, Etc., Etc. B3 B5i 57 King Street. Honolulu, H. T.