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Watches that have proven their Superior Workmanship and
have "STOOD THE TEST OF TIME."
Repairing in All Its Branches
H. CTJLMAN ffiSMV
bringing to view scenes from
many lands and embracing.
Two Changes each Week, Mon
day and Thursday.
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What a Good Wine.
Modern Sculptor (colored film).
Cowoy and th.efSchoalma'am.
A Lord for a Day."
A Narrow Escape.
Tho Tale of a Shirt.
I Have Won a Pig.
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(Direction of "Sunny Cunha.")
Feb. 4 and 6
Chorus of 40 Strong from the
Kamehamcha Glee Club
New Songs, New Jokes,
New Local Scenery.
Blx Office opens at' the Bregstrom
Music Co., Monday February 1st at 9
WEDNESDAY February 3, 1003
SATURDAY February C, 1909
SUNDAY February 7, 1909
All-Hawaii vs. Mike Fisher's Aggre
gation of Round tho World Stars.
Tickets now on sale at Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd., Bishop street.
General Admission $ .25
Grand StandN 50
Reserved Seats 1.00
Auto and Carriages spaces reserved
. Suitable designs burned on all our
Souvenirs to suit tho purchaser. Cocoa
Boxes, Beads, Frames and Baskets.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
Alexander Young BIdg.
The Latest Parisian
Beretanla & Fort Bts
. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
f3,75o-Corner Kalihl Road and Road 0. Kaiulanl
Trjct. Good location. House of j-rooms
and bath, stable and servant's rooms, house
45x44. sue of lot, over soojiiso.
$3,500 Corner Rose Street and Kamehamtha IV
Road, good location, house of rooms,nd
bath! house 11x11! lot well planted with
'trees and shrubs, 107.1 ft, on Kameliameha
IV Road 137,8 ft. on Rose Street by 198.9 x
233.1. Area, 35,520.51 sq. 11,
$3,500 Makat of Kukul St., on lane leading mauka
01 Aaia lane, o tuiuiKis reiuniK lur fo.on
per month each, always occupied
fi.iso Derctanla Street between Punahou and
Alexander Streets, modern eottapc on lot
?3,ooo Kapauhl lane, between Kmma and Fort
airceis, new a-siur) uuusc tumamiiii; 10
rooms; building 33X46; lot 51x55x58x62;
rented for 30.00 per moNth,
$1,750 Emma street above Vineyard; neat and at
tractive cottage, sue 01 lot 30x44x41x44.
fj.Soo-iNuudnu street; house and lot on the Walkikt
side of Nuuanu street between .School and
(2,250 Palama near Fire Station; house and lot.
(2,000 Young street between Piikoi and Keeau
moku. bouse and lot occupied by Japanese,
(2,000 Wilder avenue, house 6f 7 rooms and bath,
38x30; size of lot 4oxt2o.
(2,000 Nuuanu Street, house and lot on the Ewa
side of Nuuanu street obove School.
(1,500 Off Nuuanu street,' good sized lot
(1,500 Hauula homestead, a country bungalow
would make a fine road-house or automobile
Vesting station; two-story house containing
6 rooms 16x36, furnished; stable 14x20; 500
gallon tank; lot 200 feet on Government
road and 215 feet, on the sea; a stream of
fresh water flows into the sea alone side.
A bargain or will exchango for city proper
ty. . .
(1,000 Maunakea street, Waikiki side, mauka of
of Pauabi: city lot 25x57x33x65; good busi
ness location, opposite the Japanese Theater
(1.000 Kaiulanl Tract, s lots, each 50x100, being
lots 15, 10, 17, its ana m diock 5 ana locaiea
on road 1". 250 feet Waikiki of the Kalihi
Call, .and see us before buying and look over
our list 01 properties ior saic in an pans 01 iuc ciiy.
A. V. GEAR, Manager
Our manager has been in the real estate business
in Hawaii for over 15 years and has sold more prop
erty to more buyers than any other two real estate
agents in. the business today.
If you are a property owner and wish to sell, con
sult us. We have over ten active and energetic
sales' agents, none of whom have any property of
their own for sale to unconsciously hamper them
In faithfully working for your Interests.
We have agents on the mainland working up cus
tomers. We can sell your property for you.
Give us a trial.
List with us today.
Watch our smoke.
"Hustle" is oui watchword.
"Do It Now," our motto.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGF.
of Boston, Massachusetts.
The contract embodies, in an
absolutely COMPLETE and
PERFECT form, the principle
of strictly MUTUAL life insur
ance. CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.
Aetna Insurance Co.
National Fire Insurance Co.
Citizens insurance Co.
THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
(Member of Associated Savings Banks
of San Francisco.)
526 California Street, San Francisco.
Mission Branch, 2572 Mission street,
For tho half year ending December
31. 1908. a dividend has been declared
at tho rato of four (4) per cent per
annum on all deposits, freo of taxes,
payable on and after Saturday, Janu
ary (2, 1909.
Dividends not called for aro added
to and bear the samo rato of interest
as tho principal from January 1, 1909,
Mr. Samuel P. Jacobson of Honolulu
and Miss Marie S .Canario of Hilo
were married yesterday by Rev." J. T
! am URINARY
; JBBfev discarqes
i , Uj Dnn.t. rs 5
THE OUTRIGGER CLUB
EDITOR STAR: The affairs of the
Outrigger Canoe Club are moving
along, and It now looks as If Ford's
.UV UK .UK,.., V,.U
Hawaiian sports Is to bo carried out,
it not improved upon. The new offl-
clals have started In In earnest to put
things In ship shape order and to do
them upon ft buslness-Uke basis.
For Instance, the dancing hall is now
being altered Improved and strengthen-
ed, and In such a manner as to increaso
Its beauty nlid durability. This danc
ing ball, we may say, Is to play no un
important part in tho future. And it
is proposed not only to use It for danc-
ing, but as a social hall and club houso
where afternoon tea parties and clam
chowders etc., can bo served and
where the members can bring their
children and unite their funds for an
Here will be an Ideal place for tno
children to paddlo the small canoes In
the smooth water of the lagoon, right
under their mother's eye; or they can
play In the sand, or bathe in the sea,
or lie in the shade of the trees, or do
any old thing they wish. It is also
proposed to have this hall and tho
ground's Iltted with electric light", later tlon to it. It's also hoped that those
on, and to make the whole place a that can do so will take a lire mem
thlng of beauty and a joy forever. It bership or an -annual membership
is also proposed to put the grounds In
better order, to build a wall along the
side of the grounds, and to repair the
ill III LB lit.
RELIEVED AFTER 14
SUFFERING . WHICH BEGAN
James Lano died last night at the
Lane residence at Alewa, this city,
after fourteen years of .suffering and
more or less mental darkness which
was the result of his being mado a
prisoner, with many others, as a re-
bel, In the revolution of 1895, and of
his being struck in the head with the
butt of a rifle when he endeavored to
escape, ln 1895, from the guarded po-
lice station wherein twenty-seven were
But a fow days ago ,an operation,
the second during his illness, was per-
formed, a portion of the bone ot the
skuii oeing removed irom pressing pn.smienng. Al unies ne was entirely
the brain and; after fourteen years, It rational and on those occasions ex- come supplied with her own horse,
was hoped that he was on tho road.to j'hlbltetj a rare talent for conversation Molokal, as stated yesterday, will be
recovery, brrt other ailments"ln'difect- ana showed , his. splendid , education, represented by Mrs. Thos. C. Black
ly induced by his mental condition being deeply interested (n and conver- weil, whllo Mrs. Harry Holt is Oahu's
hastened the end of him who was nat- sant with history and literature. selection. Mr. Mclnerny hopes to get
urally ln a feeb!6 condition following He was a giant in strength, as may hs corDs of thirtv or mnrP rhiinmn 1
the delicate operation, and he died ot
a dropsical .affection. j
James Lane, was ono of those who .
joined in the vain movement for res-1
toratlon of his country's Individuality j
and at the time of his imprisonment .
as a rebel in
tho police station, the
old armory, tho jail and the pollco sta
tion were full of Hawaiians aniF their
Joseph J. Fern, now Majxr of Ho
nolulu, was a prisoner with Jimmy
Lane, as was also Fern's brother, Hen-
ry, and many others who are today
prominent citizens of this Territory.
The twenty-seven confined to tho po
lice station had been kept in the cells
below for a number of days and then
were taken up to the police court
room, a number of armed guards herd
ing them in.
While being marched upstairs from
tho cells to the court room one of tno
guards, a man who died only the oth-
er day, teasingly told the prisoners
The Importance of
cannot be overlooked by the careful housewife. Jellies, preserved
fruits, pickles, catsups, sweetmeats, etc., are too often put up -with
harmful preservatives, not to mention the artificial flavorings and color
ing matter. Everyone KNOWS that
are strictly pure. You take no risks in using them; and they aro Just
a llttlo better than any others you can buy or niaue. y
I The Age of
SPECIALTY OF HIGK ARTS.
CRAYON WORK AND OIL PAINTINGS
For Portraits, Artistic Frames and Framing
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING GO. X
. . , NUUANU NEAR HOTEL,
ennoes and tho grass houses, and later
o have seats and' tables built under
Also to buy two racing ca-
We g,nd tQ B(lJ. that everj. ,a
showing a disposition to do something
and which- la quite encouraging. For
Instance, some of the riiembers have
not only paid their dues promptly, but.
have desired that they Bhould be call-
ed upon again if-- necessary. Others
have paid their dues and given somo
amount for the Improvement of the
club grounds. Some of tho prominent
and wealthy tburists have also paid
the annual membership fee. though
they are only, tq stay here a month,
simply to help, the club along, and for
the purpose of urging the native sports.
And Mr. Allan Herbert who donated
money and various things to the valuo
of hundreds of dollars, when Mr. Ford
was here, Is still doing various things
to help the club along. It 1ms been
desired to accept ho outside help, or
at least not to ask for it qr from the
Promotion Committee at It's said that
it a club cannot stand upon its own
feet It Is bound to fall sooner or later.
Though I presume there would bo no
objection to any one making a dona-
,hnf tll Jm ,1P tnfcon ,
thaUthey were, soon to be, taken out
James Lane became despondent up-
on beenminir a Drisoner. fecllnir that
his cause was Jos't, and wlien he was without cost to schools who will dec
told that he was t'b be shot with the ,rato them- w, ab' "
, ; ,d0 more than this, so it Is simply a
others he commenced to form plans .,. n, oMin k
for escape.. Two or .three weeks ot
confinement in the court room were
enough for him and at least he broke
through the line of guards, knocked
tnree ol mem aown stairs, 111 auc uie
flight of stairs from the center land-
,...b w vyyv la i.m uuvji
, to the sheriff's office, tottering over
two more guards', only to be smashed
In the head with tho butt ot a Mile
.swung by a mounted guard outside,
who at the time was standing near
the curb, the. man who delivered tho
blow being today an employe of the
Inter-Islhnd Steam Navigation Com-
James Lane was always tenaerly
cared for by his brothers, the Idea ot
sending ,h(m to an asylum being re-
jpellant'to their sense ot the consider-
ation due their afflicted brother.
At times he was violent, but, all that
was possible, was done to relievo his
be noted from the way ho handled live
armed guards in his effort to escape
Imprisonment fourteen years ago.
James Lane was the son of the late
William Carey Lane, mariner and Tar-
mer who at ono time controlled the
major portion of the lands of Koo-
iuuiuu ana KooiaupoKO. Tnero sur
vive him his brothers Patrick, of Wai-'
alua, and Lot, John and Richard or
Honolulu, and his sister Jessie Kaae.
Maria Ena and Helen Aon'a. His bro
ther William and his sisters Mary, ana
Pua (Carter) being deceased.
James C. Lane was born at Makao,
Koolauloa. windward sldo of this Island j
on October 27, 187.1, being but a little '
over a5 years of age. Ho was a gra-'
.duate.of St. Louis College, this city.
, Tho funeral is private.
Edmund II. Hart Is In town from
Maui and will return home soon. He
J will bo clerk in Judge iKlngsbury's
MOKE COMPETITION FOR THE
PRIZES IN THE BIO AN UAL
' Hon this morning and Ib now en
There Is ti good opportunity for per- ln (l ,low ,,ome (lt tne lnsane
sons who may not bo able to pdrson-' aayium' He was given a hearing a.
ally take part in Honolulu's big Floral ,0:30 by Ju(lg0 Andrnde. iUid soon aft
Parado on account of press of busl- er WM turned )Vur t(J Superintendent
ness, to help none tho less effectually pcipraon '
b' making It possible for others who (
nro anxious to tuna pari, to no so.
Frank Atherton, Chairman of tho Com
mittee on Schools, reports that prac
tically all of tho schools In tho city
want to be represented, but that some
of them will not bo able to do so un
less they are assisted ln the matter of
expense connected with decorating an
automobile or float. The pupils of
theso institutions feel keenly the dis
appointment of not being represented
when other and perhaps rival schools
are going to take part, and it Is to
be hoped that there will bo enough in
terest among patrons of tho schools
to supply tho comparatively small
amount of money necessary for every
ono of them tq have somo kind of a
decorated vehicle to represent them.
Kamehameha Schools, Oahu College,
the High School, Alllolani College,
and Kawalahno 3eminary have all re
ported that they will take part, and
some others may bo able to do so;
but there are a number which state
frankly that they, cannot seT their
cessary to decorate a vehicle. The
general committee expects to be able
to furnish automobiles or carriages
o -0 - V. J v.uuuu w
buy bunting, flags, etc which the stu
dents will be only too glad to make
use of. I
Chairman W. H. Mclnerny, ot tno
Committee on Hawaiian Princesses Is
feeling easy in tho assurance that his
section has Its success assured. Threo
of the TSian,l8 have nlrcmlr a
their representatives, and only HawaH
anti aiaul have not yet been heard
from. jir, Mclnerny wrote to Uotn ot
these by yesterday's mail and cspects
to hear something definite within a
few dnj.s should tho two largest isl-
an(iB not be able to send a Princess,
each of them Js we reprosnte(j ,
Honolulu, and it win hf nnihio tn
supply their Princess without dlfflcul-1
ty, although it is much' preferred that
the Islands each name their choice
The name ot Kauai's representative
has not yet been learned but assur-
unco has been received from FranciB
Gay that ho has ono selected who -mill
who will net as guard of honor to tne
Princesses, gathered together within
the next week for a nrollmimrv ririn-
it being his Intention that the chll-
dren shall ride in various formations'
during the march. This part of the
parade promises to be especially effec
The band concert to tako Place next
Friday aftemonn and evening at tho
Opera Hou.;c will up a musical event
of a class thai does not often occur
in Honolulu. To bilng a band ot tho
sizo of tho Philippine Constabulary
Band here would cost more than ?1U,
000 for transportation alone, and seatt
would bo selling for $5 and ?C to'ineet
tne expenses. I
Even if the band wore nassimr
through and should stop over a steam-
er. the prices, to their living expenses,
would havo to ho nr lnnor M n
seat. As the Filipinos aro under no
travelling nxnensfis wlmtflvor rhv n
afford to nlav fnr n( .ion, .o.
ond Mr. W. D. Adams secured a very'
favorable contract with their manager.
Tho Band is dual in its capacity,
having a full symphony Orchestra ot
Gi pieces composed of membera df the
UJ"U' V i' "Krum or uotn w
noon and evening will bo evenly dlvld-
ed between tho orchestra and' tho
band, which will glvo it a pleasing va
riety seldom attained In band con
certs. This Is nn opportunity ot hearing
tho very finest bond nnd orchestral
music, and Honolulnns cannot nfford L;
to miss it. There are still qulto a
number ot good seats at Borgstrom's
for botli performances. I'rlcos aro 25c,
50c, 75c and $1.
ROADS AIIH" GOOD.
Good roads are enticing the ownors
of motor cars to Halolwa. There Is
an entire absence of mud and dust
after leaving the city and tho rldo is
most enjoyable. Manager Bldgood
reports frequent visits from tho officers
of Camp Lellehua. Golf and bathing
continue tho popular features ot tho
hotel aside from tho excellent cuisine
Those who aro not the owners of autos
George 13. Giles, the -King of Hn
1 wall,'' left his throne tit the pollco sta-
Giles, wlio Is part white. Is a native
of the Friendly Islands, aged 27. Some
five months ago ho came here from
California, having Bhlftcd from place to
place ln the States for four or live
years. Most of the time since his ar
rival ho has worked for John Ouder
klrk as u carpenter. He lived at the Po
pular House on upper Fort street.
Last Saturday, according to Mr. Ou
derklrk, Giles was laid off, together
with fourteen other men, owing to lack
of work immediately ahead. The con
tractor did not notice anything unusual
the matter with hlni.
Deputy Rose and Dr. Emerson both
testified as to the delusion under which
the young rpan was laboring. He
stated that he had been elected last
Saturday King of Hawaii and was pre
paring to take ehnrgo of the govern
ment. His plans In relation to de
partmental reorganization were as yet
incomplete; but one thing he would In
sist upon was the elimination of every-
. ln,nS American in uie government. 11.
American government he declared, had
' cheated him out of a house one time
wnch had cost him $500 and he would
Dr. Emerson based his opinion ot
insanity largely upon tho man's illo
gical arid ridiculous talk. It was not
claimed or even suggested that the fel
low was a user of drugs, although tho
sound of the wrangle over tho Atcher
ley case has hardly yet died on the
atmosphere about the police court. It
was brought out, however, that King
Giles was a heavy drinker at times, ho
having appeared of ten. at his lodgings
in decidedly hilarious condition.
Actlvo preparations are under way
for tho National Guard encampment at
Moanalua, to begin February IS. There
w,n b0 over llve lu,n(lred National
Guardsmen in camp and they will have
1,10 l)encllt ot observing the doings ot
tno regular troops uunng ineir ouunjj
for the companies of the Twentieth In
fantry at Fort tiiiafter are also going
into camp at tne samo time and-place.'
The camp will be located near the fa
mous goit links, an Ideal spot.
' Eight palkau player
by Omcor Madeiros a
answer tomorrow m
ers wero arrested
tnoon and will
morning to tho
hargo of gambllsg.
Permission has been asked of the
Mayor for the Hawaiian band to play
at tho Kakaako mission. Granted.
I o ::::: o
j may hire them for the ride or take the
! train to the door eitlv r 13 good
' enough for the average man.
February 6, Tag Day, will interest
J3 Y A.XJ'1 HOliiT V
Scaled Tenders will bo received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Thursday, February 11,
1909, for furnishing Weber triumph
double desks or equivalent for tho Alae
schoolhouse, South Kona, Hawaii, de-
,lTCry t0 1)0 mado F- - n- wnarf Ho0"
, Kena' a- vona' "awaii.
I Proposal blanks aro on file in the
01 tho Superintendent of Public
. vun mu um uu "uu u" H'lsmou.
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
C'TCfl tho rig,,t to reJeCt nny or u"
dlt ...qmN .,.. .
N. ? BwL,'
Superintendent of Public Works.
"ono"""' February 3, -1909.
New shipment ot patterns and
stylos for 1909 Just received.
J. Hopp & Co.
185 King Street.
The annual meeting of sharoholdors
ot tho Concreto Construction Co., Ltd.,
will bo hold at tho olllco of tho com
pany, at 10 o'clock a. m. February 9th,
E. P. CHAP1N.
nmiMt. xHrtlHOS ernyHli
A very attractive cottage near
tho car line at a bargain for
tho next ten flays.
Building lot, Manoa Road;.
36,000 sti. ft., price $1000.
Building lot on East Manoa
Road, corner Hillside Ave., 17,500 .
si. ft. price ?1,000. '
House and lot on Cocoa Ave
nue; lot, 19,000 sq. ft. corner lot'
and modern house, price $3,500.
Eight lots, cleared and fenced
corner Eighth and Mauna Loa
Avenues, prico $2,500.
Houso nnd lot, corner Seventh
and Mauna Loa, 00,000 sq. ft.,
Improved, modern cottage, new,
Modern cottage, small lot, pric
Gullck Ave. Modern cottavge,
lot 100x100. Price, $2100.
Corner of Fort and Merchant Sts.
w UU UI U lUg UUU UUIIU1LU1& ail'UUi rl
A ers an-reclate your sending a irt
d Wikki.kss Mkssagk $
First class furnished rooms central
ly located. Hot and cold baths, Ar
lington Hotel, 215 Hotel St
Largo hall upstairs in Alakea build
ing 35-40 feet, good condition. Apply
Clean Furnished roomB for working
men for $1 per week and up. Apply
1280 Fort Street.
Old books, magazines, Hawaiian'
stamps and curios. Books exchanged.
Wccdon Curio Bazaar 27 Hotel street.
PIANO-TUNING AND REPAIRING.
James Snerldan. tuner and repnlr
ing of pianos and organs. No. 162,
Hotel street, ordors left at Hawaiian
Nowb Co., Young building. Good
pianos to rent or sell at che?pest rates.