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" Hte"pii'i' t)iii' ca 1. 1 x ylinder mito
mobtlu In good condition Owuar
)Mfi&c rMOti for eitlng. Addrww N.
W. Low. Ctpt. U. 8. M. .C. MarlM
frt Clow Barber aVoBCfc.Tllff-
tt wagw. JaBa, Bethel St.
"100 Wnateura.-Apply Bijou Theater
VttWMt IS and 1 o'clock.
?Um Ray Dell teacher of ElootiUon,
Oratory, Phyalcal and Voice Culturo,
Studio 1268 Lunattlu Street. Phone
Men'a Clothing on oreait $1.00 a
week. Suit given at once. Francli
Levy, Outfitting Co., Sachs Btdg., Fort
BUY AND 8 ELL.
Diamonds arid Jewelry buugEt, Boiu
and exchanged. Bargain tu niusietw
instruments. J. Carlo, Fort St.
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4 Satisome Street i
BAN PKASI8C0, CAUP.
Vinci loin Broke r M
II llic klcld ft I'n 11
Tonend 1'ndorlaklnic Co 11
Mct'livBiioy t'offee Co 14
P. U Waldron 1 1
Levy Outfitting Co S
('. q. Yee Hop A Co 13
llva'a Toggery I
B. w. Jordan Co.
Royal Hawaiian Oarage II
Von Hr.mm-Young Co It
N. 8. Sachs Dry OowU Co.
Schuman Carriage Co
Honolulu Photo Supply Co
Bank ot Hawaii, Ltd
Threo bedroom house on King
-Street. New, with all modern con
veniences. Lot 100x110. Prico
Three bedroom liouso on Kalakaua
Avenue. Hard wood floor beautitul
interior finish. Price $4250.00.
Seven acres with two bedroom bun-.-galow,
garage, etc., In Manoa. A ?10,--000.00
property for $5000.00.
Bishop Trust Co.,
924 BETHEL STREET
NEW LINGERE DRESSES
" at .
First of tho 1911 showing;
fine materials, pretty styles;
prices so low they will surprise
Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Honolulu, T. 11.! December 31, 1910.
Temperature, o .11.; S a. m.; 10
a. 111.; nnd morning minimum:
C7; 72; 72; 73; GG.
Dnroniolor reacting. Absolute hum
idity (grains per cubic foot; relative
humidity and dew point at S a, in.:
29.8S; CRM; 77; C4.
Wind velocit and direction at C a.
111.; 8 a. m.; 10 a. m.; and noon:
5NE; 313; CNB.
Rainfall during 24 hours ending S a.
111.. 1.22. '
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 1G4 miles.
WM. 13. STOCKMAN.'
Peruna Promptly Relieves
Severe Cold and La Grippe.
Mr. T. BnrnfM.lt, Wi.l A vltrvr, Ontario, t'nn., v rllr !
"Last winter 1 wan ill with pneumonia after having la grippe. I took
Pornna for two months, when I became quite wall, and I oan say that
any one can bt ouretl by it in a reasonable time and at little expense.
Bvory time I take a oold I take some Poruna, which makes me well agntn.
"I alo induced a younn lady, wbo wan all rundown and confined to tin'
bonne, to tnko Peruna, mid after taking Poruna fur three months sho la ablo
to follow her trade of tailoring.
"I can recommend Peruna for nil suoh who aro ill nnd requiro atonic.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraphs That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
Large airy furnished rooms with hot
and cold bath. Hotel Arlington.
For a comploto lino of calendar
pads and diaries go to A. 13. Arleigh
& Co. Hotel stroei.
The Pond Dairy makes a specialty
for pure cream no preservatives. Or
der by phone No. 2S90.
French Laundry, J. Abadic, Prop.,
wishes to extend to all it's friends
and patrons their best wishes for a
bright and happy New Year.
A Stevens-Duryea c cylinder auto
mobile In good condition is offered for
sale. Owner leaving town.
F. C. Atherton was elected secre
tary of the Bank of Hawaii, at a
meeting held Wednesday morning.
See that you get your green stamps
when you are buying at the stores.
And call at the show rooms, and seo
tho many valuable .articles you 'get
Charles Duncan McEachern, Chas.
EVERY year, during the inclement
weathor of winter, thoro is an epi
domic of la grippe. The disease is really
catarrhal In nature, but from the form
It assumes, has been commonly termed
Splendid Remedy for La Grippe.
Mr. Prank H. Fielder, 213 Pleasant
Avo., Montgomery, Alabama, U. S. A.,
formerly principal of Haynosville High
"I can truthfully say that Peruna is
a splendid remedy for la grlppo and a
good tonic for building up the system."
La grippe Is very tenacious when it
once gets a firm hold upon the system,
and in addition to a thorough, systemic
catarrh remedy, a great deal of patience
and persistence in tho treatment aro re
quired to cradicato tho disease.
Peruna, an internal catarrh remedy,
Is ono of tho best medicines over do-
vised to meet tho exigencies of these
cases. Tho largo number of commend
atory letters received by Dr. Hartman,
tho inventor of Poruna, in behalf of his
remedy is proof sufficient of its value
as a reliable mcdlcino for tho "grip."
Mr. Prank Bauer, Miuaciska, Minne
sota, U. S. A., writes: "I suffered with
la grippe. My lungs felt as if knives
were sticking in them. I took Porune
and in four days I was ablo to go out.,J
later, January 8, a part of the hour
will be given to a combination of the
topic discussed at the last meeting,
viz: "Jesus' View of the Home," and
then die class will go on to the sub
ject that follows naturally "eJus'
ART CULAT DW
FEAR DF TWO
Mosquitoes held up tho Toyo Kisen
Kaisha steamship Kiyo Maru, Captain
NishI, when she arrived off port yes
terday afternoon from Manzanillo,
South America, and the same pests
arc detalniiiK her for at least the
greater part of today
The United States niarino hospital
service stands on goard vigilantly and
with intense determination to protect
thpse islands from invasion by two
Tins names of all persons who on , actor, Lawrence Barrett, possessed tne t0rinrs One is the malarial mosquito
neconiuor Jlst, 1U1U, aro delinquent ; gift to a remarkable degree. In fact, and the o(lleI , j3 yen0w fever, the dls
in uie payment. 01 uieir taxes ior me no great actor talks so fast tliat no Useif
lnfr T nminx.l T n.ll A , irl-.I..,. J
, , V ,' . ' Teaching on Woman's Rights."
erican citizens this morning. The pro
ceedings took place before Judge Ro
bertson. It. W. Shingle, guardian of Mary
Beatrice Campbell, a minor, filed his
second annual account this morning,1 The poor articulation one hears at a
in which he charged himself with theater must be a great affliction to
510.23G. 40. and asked to be allowed an audience. Of course It depends up
510,500.34. I on the culture and intelligence of the
A. E. Kaeser, representative of actors whether they speak distinctly
Thos. Cook and Sons at Yokohama, or not. Rapid speech is often needed,
arrived on tho Tenyo Maru today and but it should never be at tho price of
will remain here until tho Asia rea- distinctness. There Is such a filing
dies port, on which vessel he will as rapid utterance and clean-cut artl-
return to Japan. I dilation at the same time. That great
GOING TO BAN FRANCISCO,
There's a homelike reeling at tho
Hotel Stewart, which Is headquarters
Jor Honolulu people. Hotel 'buses
.meet all Honolulu boats. Let us ca
bio your name ahead for reservations.
Creut Trust Co., Ltd.
v Saturday, December 31, 1910.
'Gray's Harbor Sailed Decomber 30,
sch. Oceania Vance, for Hllo.
"San Francisco Arrived,. . Dec. 30,
' S. S. Mongolia, hence Dec. 24.
Sailed, Dec. 31, S. S. Enterpris'
Salina Cruz Arrived, Dec. 31,
' S Alaskau, from Honolulu.
Vancouver Sailed, Dec. 30, S.
Moana for Honolulu.
Capo Town Arrived, Dec. 31, ship
current year, win ue pumisuea as re- caIlnot be understood,
cuire 1 by law. Persons in tills class TIl0 samc remari applies to preach
should call at the tax oHice and settle Qn an(J othur bc BpenkerB Muuy
before the above date or they will be, h , Ucula.
publicly listed. . . . j. ..
Royal D. Mead, ono of the sugar tIon tlmt he caunot catch the mean
Planters' agents In the Philippines, ' ln& oE tho Bnenker- " is the4 f"'1 f
wlm n.h.rnP.l vHtnlDv. ntnrmmp. thn tllc U ls a fasUlon to tlllU faSt
opinion that the reports of diseased . which ma' have grown out of the gen
condition of recently arrived Filipinos
is exaggerated. lie says much care
oral feeling that what ono says is not
so important, anyway. But when one
was exercised in selecting Immigrants ' Ws hls Emission fee and goes in to
and having them examined by physl-,hear what is saId- he naturally feels
clang cheated If tho utterance Is so misty
, . , . 'that he cannot make it out. '
Prepare for immense bargains . , ,
Tuesday morning, when Sachs annual , Ther,e, 's fno,th "ranch of the sub-stock-taking
Clearance Sale begins. Ject which is that I,oor art culatlon Is
Uemarkahle bargains will be in order. a l,oor Incentive to good thinking. A
A $10.00 prize Is offered by Hono- vague utterance and a lazy Intellect
lulu Photo Supply Co for the bestjfio together. If one does not care
negative and print taken ot a flying whether "you understand him or not
machine In the act of Hying at Moana-1 he will take little or no care as to
MRS. MANUEL DEAD.
Luahine'Kahlliopua Manuel ot Pau-1
"oa, died at a few minutes to nine Oils
morning nt her homo In Pauoa. She
was born at Napoopoo, Kona, Hawaii,
when the people were ordered to gath
er sandalwood, which would make liar
about oignty years old. She was of
high birth, being a direct descendant
rrom lliklumoaini, tho common nnces
tor of Bornlce Pauahi Bishop and C.
Kanalna. She was tho mother of Mrs.
Nakanealoha Mann, Mrs. Rosa Ladd,
Antono Manuel, Peter Manuel nndDa
vid Manuel, nil of whom are left to
mourn her death. The funeral will
take place at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon from the resldotico of Mrs.
Rosa Ladd, Pauoa. :.i5j...ii'5lii
lua Saturday, Sunday or Monday. See,
Tho Hamakua Mill Co. has made an
application to tho treasury Depart
ment for permission to raise its capi
tal to $240,000, with a limit ot $.000,
000. The Walakea Mill Co. also seeks
an amendment. xnls company do
sires to raise its capital to 8750,000,
' with permission to go as high as $1,-
500,000. Both those companies seek
powers that will Increase their scope.
Kalua, an elderly Hawaiian woman,
was given two months for drunkon
ness this morning by District Magis
trate Lymcr. She was arrested near
tho Oahu railway depot, where, ac
cording to tho police, 8ho Iuib been a
nulsanco for some time. Many other
convictions for drunkenness aro on
rocqrd against her, nnd Prosecutor
Brown Migestcd a substantial sen
tence. 3ho Iips made a hnblt ot filling
herself with bad boozo and indulging
in profane and obscene language.
On account of Mr. Ebersolo's ab
senco fro mflio city there will bo no
meotlng ot tho Men's League Bible
class tomorrow morning. A week
how he thinks. Columbus
The Scarf-maker and the Bclt-mnUcr the very lest Scnrf
maker and Belt-maker have supplied its with a large ana par
ticularly attractive line of Tics and Belts. Wc have
FRENCH SILK TIES IN FANCY AND PLan
FROM 50c TO $5.00 "
BELTS, IN GRAY, TAN, WHITE AND BLACK,
FROM 75c TO $5.00
Make arrangements now to have the
call for your washing.
777 King St. J. Abadic, Prop.
! SUCKLING PIGS
TENDER AND SWEET
THE POND DAIRY
Order a trial lot Ours is a speci
ally fine stove coal. Any quantity,
from a sack up.
Honolulu Construction and Draying
Queen St., opposite Kaaliumauu
I While tnere is no yellow fever in
Hawaii, there nevertheless exists the
brand of mosquito which is so con
stituted as to make a specialty of
carrying yellow fever when It has any
1 vellow fever to carry. And whllo
there exist in this territory certain im
ported cases of malaria, there Is no
such thing here as the mosquito which
carries malaria from ono Individual to
Hence the sustained ancarefully
studied efforts of the United States
health authorities to protect this
group of islands from the Importation
of either the yellow fever Itself or o
the malarial mosquito.
It was so rough outside the harbor
during the storm of yesterday after
noon that the health authorities could
not get their fumigating paraphernalia
aboard the Klyo Maru, so she was al
lowed to wallow around unvlslted, but
this morning, even though it was still
rather uneven without tho harbor
gates, the health men ot Uncle Sam
climbed aboard tho Japanese freighter
and proceeded to pump tho fumigating
smoke into her hold for tho purpose
ot annihilating any kind of mosquito
that might have been a stowaway.
There was not a single case of sick-
YOU ARE PAST THE TURKEY STAGE. GET BACK
TO THE ROAST BEEF ERA ANJD ORDER FROM US. '
WE HAVE SOME OF EXCELLENT GRAIN AND QUAL-..
ITY FROM PARKER RANCH.
Metropolitan Meat Market
W. P. HEILBRON and A. LOUIS, Propra.
The American-Hawaiian steamship
Mexican Is expected to arrive this
evening or tomorrow morning from
Seattle with Now York freight via Te- ncss aboard, though tho rumor had
W. W. DIMOND & CO., LTD., desire at
this, time to extend to their patrons and friends
in Honolulu and throughout the islands, hearty,
Good Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR
huanfepec and also with freight from BOmehow spread around town that
Seattle and Tacoma. She comes six 1 there was Illness on the ship. Sho was
days ahead of tho schedule but will I piuce(i jn quarantine as aro nil vessels
1 . .It, i -.1. .1 e , . llnn,ln r, 1 . ... . . n...iL 1 I I
uu uiDiiaiuutu uum mcou imaiiuo oi,-. nailing rrom uoiurai or aoutn auibii.
cording to regular schedule. She will can ports, that sho might be cleansed
take 12,000 tons of sugar to Salina . of the possibility of landing hero tho
Cruz. seeds of any dread disease.
Tho American-Hawaiian steamship, Late this afternoon the Klyo Maru J
Virginian is at present at Kahulul and may onter port. She has nitrates to
will bo dispatched for Salina Cruz j discharge, but there Is no Immediate
about January 7 with a full cargo of uaste for her berthing, as tomorrow
sugar, about 12,000 tons. jg Sunday and sho would not bo hand-
Amorlcan-Hawallan S. S. MIssourlan jeu unjn Monday, and perhaps not on
will sail from Seattle ior Honolulu dl- tnat day on account of the Now Year's
rect about January b and tho Colum
bian will sail from Seattle for this port
direct about January 21. t
Our Christmas Trade has been most ex
cellent, for which we thank you.
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Fine Job Printing, Star-Ofllco.
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