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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 190S
SEVEN
LADIES BUCKSKIN
One of the new
ones
A fetching spring t
style - - -. r t,
Price $5.00
'f iV
r1
FOR WOMEN
THE VIVIAN
Black Regal King Pat.
Colt
One of the iatest
winter boots - -
Price $4.00
il-v.i ! '
j Hi
J -c:
" " m Arrived by 3. S. Hllonlan
These goods are ready for Christmas buying. Over sixty-three different styles---all the
latest, the newest leathers and most up-t$-date patterns, which will be
in vogue on the mainland during spring, 1909.
CAMPUS
All Leather
A real
business
man's last.
PRICE $.400
M
n
New Regals For
e
The Hilonian a'so brought us dozens of new styles for men, The shoes are
now open and we are ready to fit you with the faraou-3 Regal quarter sizes,
Immense stock of Boy's Misses' and Children's Shoes. Holiday Slippers
in great variety. JBroadwalk Sandals and Ties for Misses and Children .
REGAL SHOE STORE
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
All Leather
Price $4.00
TSY"A6TTT"Hf"VRITY H, Gudger will ue appointed Chief
J XXVJ J Justice ol the Canal Zone to succeed
NOTICE.,
PAYMENT OP WATER RATES.
Chief Justice Duran.
As provided for in Chapter 45 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1905, all per
sona holding-water privileges or those
paying water rates are hereby notified
that the water rates for the Six (G)
months ending June 30th, 1909, will
bo -due and payable on the First day
of January, -1909.
On all Buch rates remaining unpaid
on January 16th, 1909, and additional
charge of 10 per cent, will bo made.
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid on February 15th, 1909,
are subject to immediate shut off
without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works, Capitol Build
ing. J. M. LITTLE,
Superintendent. of the Honolulu Water
Worka.
SANTA CLAUS IS ROBBED.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, December
23. A mail sack containing registered
Christmas packages has been stolen
from the depot.
THEATER FIRE IN NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, December 23. Herald
Square Theater was badly damaged by
fire last night during a performance.
The audience filed out without panic
and no one was injured.
PACIFIC FLEET
SAILS FOR CHILE
A New Chief Justice of the Canal
Zone About to Be v
Appointed. '
CATHEDRAL OUR LADY OF PEACE
4:30 a. m., First mass and mass ev
ery half hour.
Holy Communion 5, 6 and 7 a. m.
9 a. m., Children's mass with singing
and sermon.
10:30, High pontifical mass.
3 p. m., Confirmation.
7 p. m., Solemn benediction of the
blessed sacrament
REGISTERED MAIL IS STOLEN,
Costly Cargo Lost In Shipwreck-
Theater FIro .Without
Usual Panic
PANAMA, December 23. The Paci
fic fleet has sailed for Talcahuno,
Chile, with the excoptlpn of the Colo
rado, which is awaiting her new com
mander.
The supply Bhlp Glacier, which ar
rived at Auckland December 8, has
been ordored to Talcahuno to Join the
floot there.
WRECK WITH SUFFERING,
OROQKHAVErf. Decombor 23. The
steamship Iradn, with a million dollar
carco. 1ms been wrecked, The crow
liavo been saved after tho most torrl
bio oxnorlenre in ellnBliiK to rooks,
Tito cargo la lost,
Tho I'mdu Is ft British eteamsliln Of
m toga, wimuttDJcjl liy (Jepiain Hp
Diaiuunrnj.i,niwiiil)iiitiitaiM II. tlia. admiration t)f OWn'OII
CATHOLIC
MISSION
Dec. 24, Vlgtl of Christmas:
fast and abstinence.
Dec. 25, Christmas.
Day of
hotel.
DEFINITE PLANS
TO EXTEND SERVICE
(Continued from Page One.)
Yard, where It was announced that
unless tho character of the town In if on a map, with the various planta-
commodations and cuisine at Halelwa Island crosses that line. From thatcane fields all the way down, skirting'
is suchaS appealS to men" and women point we will parallel thov -jallroad them In such a manner that very llttlo
who are accustomed to the best. St I tracks, still keplng on tho mauka, side of the land used for sugar will be tak
Clalr Bidgood is tne manager of the1 fori about 2600 feet. This is all low en by our right of way. Wo have
iana wnicn wm nave u oe uiiea in. been very careful in this regard, for
"Tho material for this fill will be wo expect, to have no difficulty
obtained from the cut which we will whatever in getting the desired prl-
make through the bluff on the other v we w,gh tQ wo
m Th! !rtde m comm.e.nC qU" not ask a bit more than la accessory
far back and be a very slight one. We from tho(je who are trcaU m w
will go straight through tho bluff in well
this manner till we reach the top,
where there will be a most magnlfl- "We keep mauka all the Mate and
cent view. From this point one can with the exception of the grade ol
look back and see all Honolulu and which I have already spoke tg pr-
Honolulu . Harbor, while in. tho other tically a level track all the w. Whoa
direction Pearl Harbor spreads out as wo reach a point almost dlnefljr oppo
site the entrance to tho natal Eeern,
.w ..!iu f v,o rorvntinn ' Hons and the Waianae mountains as wo swing makal and then ft tbe firet
cleaned up, and very well cleaned up,
tho work at that point would be stop
ped entirely.
As tho result of this agreement the'
merchants of this city will reap a
great deal more benefit than has even
been expected for the men working In
tho construction of the great docks
and the many largo buildings which
will bo constructed as barracks ana
storehouses, will all live In this city.
The new line to be built by the Rapid
Transit Company will furnish a means
of transportation which will be both
cheap and convenient.
In epcaklng of the service which
wold bo given Superintendent Ballen
tyno said:
"It Is too early to say definitely just
what will be done In this regard but
we wlil probably give a half hourly
service, possibly one which will mean
a car every twenty minutes. That is
SAINT AUGUSTINE CHAPEL, WAI-
KIKI.
Midnight mass with sermon and
singing. Cars leave at 1 a. m. for town
nt far ft b T?frt. flfTGfit.
WD V , - -
9 a. m., Regular mass with sermon, j something which must be worKea oui
We will have a nign speea nne
SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST, KALI-
HIWAENA.
Midnight mass and holy communion.
8:30 a. m., High mass with sermon.
later,
and uso the finest of rolling stock,
I getting four-motor cars for the pur
; pose. Since our right of way will run
entirely through private property from
tho tlmo wo leave King street until
wo enter tho Naval Reservation and
not even cross public thoroughfares.
... ... t 9
WO Will uo nuio lo give a "tr uunui
service than if wo wero running on a
public streot.
Tho preliminary lin0 or survey us
a background. time will cross the Oahs
"We will keep on the. edge of the Land Company's tracks'
JAPANESE CHILD
ES 4 1
MAK
I
sonal pleasure In speaking In high
commendation of Sudzuko's work in
her grado in the Preparatory School.
Sho is one of fifty-five In the whole
school to have an A In all of their
subjects for tho term. The parents
may well feel gratification at this rec
ent Sincerely yours,
"A. F. GRIFFITHS, President."
Sudzuko attends a Japanese primary
school, in which she also won the first
prize for tho present term. Her little
Bister has also already begun school
ing. Sudzuko Is an adept In the uso
f the "Koto" or Japanese harp.
TALK ON DICKENS.
Assistant Dean Castle of Harvard
Collego will give a talk on Dickens,
under tho auspices of tho literary cir
cle of Kllohana Art League, at the
league rooms this evening at eight
thirty. A reception to Mr. Castle, one
of Honolululs talented sons, will fol
low. Each member of tho league Is
privileged to Introduce a friend at tho
gathering.
gfcnolulu.Hwy
i
RENT
Classified Advertising
OUR LADY OF THE MOUNT. KAIU-
LANI TRACT. KALIHI.
Midnight mass with singing and holy
communion.
C n. m, Masji with holy communion.
i n. m.. Hlch mass with sermon.
7 p. m., Rosary and benediction of n jma been laid out will not tako
the blessed sacrament
SACRED HEART CHAPEL. PUNA
HOU. B a. m., Mass with holy communion.
7 n. m., Last mass,
i
FOR JIALI51WA.
Golf b tho attraction at Halelwa Just
now and wltllo the county road Is In
mien a deplorable condition bi8 will
enjoy ho ride by cars wlileu h really
very pleasant. Tim scenery, coast and
ll.ii n.lmlrnHniitliV Alftrvnilti. Villi ftOt
tho lino past Fort Shaftor. If It Is
decided that wo should run past tho
presont post, It will be accomplished
as nn addition to tho prosent King
street lino. Wo have miulo no dollnlto
plans In this regard,
"Tho Pearl Harbor line, us now Bur
voyod, will leave King street very near
the ond of tho present lino nnd eklrt
tio bluff on wlilcli tho Fort Bbafter
hoanlial Is located, turning makal, H
... jot 1 . . .
tO ST
Lady's gold watch'and chain, be
tween Fort street and Dillingham cot
tage. Reward for return to this office.
A Waterman's Fountain pen Monday
morning near the McCandless build
ing. A reward is offered for Its re
turn to this office.
MAtE HEtP WANTED.
If. YomamotQ tlio Japanese mcf nosUlim In tho collngo and In a Jan
Pliant, is ino napny rwmiioni o a m aimu niiiimrv u lino . u tliU same
will porno oIobo to tho irnoka of tlio(eal letter from President, (lrinuint of term. Tlio lottor U na followalLV'"
Oahu Jtallroad and land (Jomvany ut-OabH (JoiieBo, cmHU)eiidlnB tho vorH I'rosideiifa oiilwi, om
uimut thp point whore irlvBto road " eiHiyer-tun naiiHinor, who nm k, Yflinnjiiiiio, uonoimw,
running from MoanaiiiA ovpr lo Wwm 'iB hleved (lie honor of a first ranK Mlar Mr. VBUiamntoi-l ti
take ivr
YOU ARE AMBITIOUS AND POS
SESS AT least an averago amount of
tact and percovcrance. Thereforo, wo
want you and will pay you $75 a month
for taking only four orders a day. You
can earn a big Income. Wo furnlBh
all supplies free. Wrlto today to
MANAGER, P. O. Box 11B0, New York
City.
IMANO-TUNiNG AND REPAIRING!"
James Sheridan tuner "and "repair
ing of pianos and organs. No. 1C2,
Hotel street, orders loft at Hawaiian
News Co., Young building. Good
plnnoa to ront or aell at cheapest rates.
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE COURTLAND.
la n high class, pnvnto hotel nt rea
BQiinblo rntos, locntod nt the cornor of
PunahQU and orotanla streets,
WANTED,
Throo or four rooms and bath," fiirri
Uhotl. . Address "A." fltnr OIIKio.
k immmwT iw Buttr, m
imvonJflngfiwiBe .of slmrtlianj m
irpawriung, ajjijj;s m, n una of
flee,
Nuuanu Avenue fSO.OO
Nuuanu Avenuo J35.00
School Street J40.00
Quarry Streot $22.60
Klnau Street $25.00
Lunalllo St. (Furnished).. $40. 00
Alapal Street $10.00
FOR SALE!
Two fine barglns In Moklkl
District at $2,C50 and $1800.
fffiHUE III"
Corner of Fort and Merchant Sts.
2
Merry Christmas
By" Wireless
Trylt
FPU flENJ.
FifaT olftsa rnrnlshod rooms central
jjr lecatoij, Hot and eoff Utbi, Ar
linston Hotel, 115 ltote (it,
l'le Jeb Printing, itar Qinc. i
ITOHHIH! t Mill l'IJC- --.
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