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RAINIER BOTTLING fiVt''''. "J J I
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANJA STREET8.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment.
The seccnd floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VI8ITORS FROM THE OTHER I8LAND8 WILL" FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when y'ou want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDINQ.
A Dead Swell
1 Line off
1006 EXCLUSIVE 8UITINQS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
EIGHT DAYS REQUIRED BY
TRANSPORT FROM COAST
8HE CARRIES MARINES TO THE
ORIENT BUT CONTRARY TO
' NO TROOP8.
Although the transport Sherman had
cpmi'sratlvely good weather on her
way down from San Francisco, she
was a longer time than usual making
the trip, for sho loft there on Febru
ary 15 and did not arrive hero until
this morning nt 8:30 o'clock. Tliero
aro only 254 passengers on board the
Sherman, but she Is heavily laden
It was announced In tho papers from.
San Francisco that the Sherman
would be carrying troops to Manila,
but this Is not being done. The only
organization on board Is that of 150
marines, who aro going to the Orient
for service. To Manila there are go
ing sixty first-class, twenty-two second-class,
and 168 steerage passen
gers. For Honolulu there were seven
first-class, four second-class and two
Lieutenants li. M. Cooper and M. A.
Wells, both of tho Tenth Infantry, ar
rived hero to Join their regiment. Tho
former Is accompanied by his wife. Dr.
John S. Marshall, an army dental sur
geon, and hla wife, were also among
tbq passengers for Honolulu. The
other two first-class passengers for
this place aro Mrs. John Hodson and
daughter. Mrs. Hodson Is the wife of
a collector of customs here.
Two major generals aro on tho Sher
man on their way to Manila. One of
tlfese Is General John It. Drook, 'who
Is retired from actlvo service, and the
other Is General John F. Weston.
There Is but ono pAssenger for
Quam. Ho Is W. It. Rhodes, clerk of
the Naval Station of that place. Tho
Sherman will sail for tho Orient to
They all sat up and took notice at
the Orphcum last night at the Initial
performance of "Tho White Caps,"
for an uninterrupted current of thrill-
ilclty was on full forco and' blood ahd
thunder so closely tripped together bo
, foro tho feet lamps tnat there wero no
biuiis ueiweeu 111c sure.
Judge Itandolpn Is strenuously op
posed to tho Whlto Caps and they
have sworn to have his life. Sheriff
Did: Colter loves tho Judge's daughter.
but tho sheriff Is madly loved by Vil
lain, an octoroon who, fearing that
she will loso him because of his Iovu
for Haiel nandotph. tho Judge's daugh
ter, circulates tho llo that he has lived
In shamo with her, Zltella, Hatol
hears about It and forbids the' sheriff
her house. Nevertheless tho sheriff on
a fow occasions saves tho lives of tho
Randolphs, when threatened by tho
Whlto Caps, Tho old Judge Is grnto
ful enough to want to shake tho sher
iff's hand, but Colter won't think of
It until It Is explained to him why lx
Is forbidden tho Judge's house. Tho
Judge Is Insulted and slaps the sher
iff's face, for which ho Is booked to
die, but escapes by tho appearance of
Hazel In time to cool tho sheriff's pas
sion, Ono of tho White Caps wants
to marry Hazel. Ho dlsgustH her. In
cidentally ho wants tho sheriff's life.
Tho sheriff arrests tho leaders of tho
Whlto Caps. They threaten tho Jury
and aro acquitted. Ono shoots tho
Judgo dead from tho court house win
dow whilo ho Is crying out against the
travesty on Justice Suspicion falls
on tho sheriff, who Is known to have
Quarrelled with tho old roan and tho
Whlto Caps are about to' string htm
up when Hazel enters, bends over tho
body of her father, suddenly draws his
gun and confronts tho Whlto Caps, tho
octoroon having meanwhile confessed
that she lied concerning tho sheriff.
Then follows a series of exciting
scones. In which the White Caps tako
contiol, glvo chase to tho sheriff, cap
ture the girl and do a lot of terrible
things, only to be outwitted In tho
end by tho sheriff and his reconciled
nichard nuhlcr Is Dick Colter, full
of gentlo Are and neat execution, as
fits tho part. In all his work revealing
a wonderful pliancy. Drcnda Fowler
plays tho Judge's daughter; Sho Is
catching to a degreo, fetching with
her hair down and wlnsomo withal,
and clevor, too. Tom Lowell appears
as the leader of the Whlto Caps, show
ing to great ndvantago and throwing
n spirit Into tho part that docs not
fall, llo Is moro than a conscientious
nctor, for ho possesses much talent.
Ilupert Drum acts tho Judge, forceful
ly and with a flno appreciation of his
lines. Chas. I'laco Is Jim Hcaly, a
Whlto Cap, His stage presence Is al
ways solid, thorough and nt Untie.
Homy Auerbach, as a moonshiner,
brings In soma laughter at tho right
placo and lots of it, Itenfort Is a good
coldred servant and Ernest Wilkes
shows up as an Impresslvo White Cap.
Lilian Hay ward, as Zltella, Is mag
netic, complcto and splendid In word,
expression, manner' and movement.
Juliette Chandler makes a smart Sue,
a colored servant. She invariably en
tertains . Louise, Orendnrf, fas Ma Dil
lon, tho moonshiner's wife, Is excel
lent and, by tho way, discovers con
siderable of tho versatile, for sho can
play tho wicked old woman or tho pret
ty and flirtatious young maid or mat
ron to "further orders,"
Tho houso was both gratified and
delighted last night. The same con
ditions will prevail tonight and to
morrow night, when "The White Caps"
will bo repeated. Folks should mako
tho most of tho Duhler players, for
after March 24 they will not be hdre.
In tho meanwhile tbero are some eight
HONGKONG MARU HAS 231
JAP WORKMEN ON BOARD
TEXAS WILL RECEIVE A LOT OF
THE ORIENTALS ALSO.
NOTE8 ABOUT THE
Another big load of Japs arrived
from tho Orient late yesterday after
noon on the Hongkong Mam, which
was tied up to the Hackfeld dock about
5:30 o'clock. These, like those that
came before, are to work on the plan
tations. There arc 231 In this ship
ment,, and It Is understood that more
are billed to comd later.
In addition to the Japs on board,
there is a largo lot of coolies going
on to the States to work In Texas,
which Is also having a famine for
labor. These arc under the direction
of It. Onlshl, who, with his servant, is
In the Jlst of cabin passengers. Just
how long this continued shipment of
labotcrs Is to continue, Is not known,
and It Is believed that It Is only be
ginning for Texas.
Tbe first few days out the Hong
kong Mam had rough weather, but the
lattet part of the voyage was quite
pleasant. She left Yokohama Feb. 13.
There were only sixteen first-class
passengers on the Mam, and but two
of these were for Honolulu. These aro
Mr, and Mrs, A. J. Mehl, Two of
those going through tto tho States are
Lieutenants Nikolai Seherlcff and Paul
Yarovenko, members of the Russian
army, returning homo nftctr having
been held in Japan for a long time an
prisoners of war.
The most notable passenger on the
Maru Is Dr. Rutherford Harris. Dr.
Harris is a member of tho English
Parliament. He was in the Doer war,
nnd took part in tho famous Jamison
Lieutenant Julius Gossberg, who Is
one of tho passengers, is a Rusilan of
ficer, and was on board tho Lena when
sho put into San Francisco, and was
compelled to remain there until the
W..8. Ronaldson Is returning from a
business trip to the Orient, where he
went to represent the Rothschilds. W.
B. Allen Is a' member of tho 8perry
Flour Company, Ho Is accompanied
by his wife nnd child.
When the Hongkong Maru was trav
eling between N'agasnkl and Shanghai
the met a helpless Chinese Junk, and
the six survivors of the crew had been
without, food for eight days.
Purser I.. H. llcmls wilt quit his
present occupation when he gets to
San Francisco, and will go to work
In the office of the Toyo Klsen Kalsiri.
He has been on the seas for 1G years
Tho Hongkong Maru departed for
Fan Francisco at 10 o'clock this morn
Maruoko nnd Oyomn, two Japanese,
are under arrest at Walmca, Kauai,
charged with embezzling about $.100
from tho Walmea Wine Co. P O.
Peters, manager of the wine company
states thnt shortly after Ills taking
charge two months ago ho concluded
that the company was being defraud
ed. Ho began an Investigation and
kept n close watch and last Saturday
caused the arrest of Oyama, who hnd
been acting ni an ngent among tho
On Sunday he, with Tawnscnd of
police fame, aa interpreter, and another
Japanese visited some of tho camps.
J he Japanese who went with lilm
claims that Just prior to starting on
this trip, Maruoko, formerly in the cm
ploy of the wine company but now
working elsewhere, offered him $70
which he wanted returned to customers
he had defrauded.
On Monday Sheriff Crowcll went to
arrest Maruoko but ho refused to be
arrested until a warrant was Issued.
After his arrest he and Oyama were
given a preliminary hearing and wcto
bound over to the district court.
Maruoko secured baud In tbe sum of
$1000 at once. Chas. Hall, who It em
ploying Maruoko now. and many
others strongly assert that Marnoku
is innocent and that his arrest Is
merely persecution. A Honolulu at
torney will be engaged to defend him,
W. J. Sheldon will appear for Oyama.
Sam Johnson, who returned from
Kauai yesterday, reports that tho Mo.
lokans aro well satisfied with their
new homo at Kapaa. They have been
quartered temporarily in a camp for
merly used by Japanese, but are get
ting ready to plan their now village.
Th j work on this will bo begun as
soon as the plans liavo been approved.
"If hungry try a Sandwich Island
with Hawaiian Jams and Cbutnoy,"
GRAND PARADE FED. 22.
Where to purchase erope paper and
tissue paper In all shades, suitable for
making flowers and utl kinds of dec
orating, at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
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or nine magnificent now plays to bo
presented, two being staged each
week, A largo lot of new posters ar
rived in the Sonoma and these will an
jiounco tho plays In a realistic man
ner. There will be a matinees tomor
row On Monday "Thclma" will bo
prosentcd. All who huvo read Mario
Corellt'a famous book will be doubly
pleased to sec the play.
WAIUtA IV NF fll
LOSS THROUdH THEFT
MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOMEN
Mrs. Plnkham'fl Advice Saves Many
From this Sad and Costly Experience.
It Is a sod but
certain fact that
brings an In
crease In the
upon women In
More than three,
fourths of the
on those mow
whlto beds aro women and girls who
aro awaiting or recovering from opera
tions made necessary by neglect.
Every one of these patients had
plenty of warning In that bearing down
reeling, pain at tho left or right of tho
abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain In
the small of the hack, pelvla catarrh,
dlzzlncsn, flatulency, displacements or
Irregularities. All of these symptoms
are Indications of an unhealthy con
dition of the female organs, nnd If not
heeded the trouble may mako headway
until the penalty has to be paid by a
dangerous operation, and a lifetime, of
Impaired usefulness at best, while, In
many cases the results are fatal.
M Iss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash.,
Dear Mrs. Plnkbam :
"Aliout tiro years ago I was a great suf
ferer from m severe female trouble, lns and
htailnchrt. The doctor pmcrlbrd for me and
Anally told mo that I bad a tumor and must
undergo an operation If I wanted to get well.
I frit that thu was my death warrant, but I
spent hundred of dollars for medical help,
but the tumor kept growing. Fortunately I
romspondedwltb an aunt In tha New England
Rtatm, and (be advund me to take Lydia E.
rinkbam's Vegetable Compound, as It was
aid to cure tumors. I did soand Immediately
began to Improve In health, and I was entirely
cured, tbe tumor disappearing entirely, with
out an operation. I wtb every suffering
woman would try this great preparation."
Just as surely as Miss Adams was
cured of the troubles enumerated In
her letter, just so surely will Lydla 13.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound euro
other women who suffer from fo
malo troubles, inflammation, kidney
troubles, nervous excitability or ner
Mrs. Plnkham Invites all young
women who nro 111 to write her for frco
advice. Sho Is daughter-in-law of
Lydla E. Plnkham anil for twenty-flvo
years has been advising sick women
free of chargo. Address, Lynn, Mass.
We have some unique windows In
stock that'are just the thing for rustic
cottages. The frame-work consists of
squares of handsome Philippine wood
filled In with slabs of semi-transparent,
beautifully tinted thin shell, the
latter being used In place of glass. A
greater novelty has never been Intro
duced In Honolulu, the windows being
not only unique but exceedingly beau
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlene Oas li suoerlor In aualltv.
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
effects on the eyes.
For further particulars Inquire at
Also Calcium Carbide of all aires, in
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon
don, Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook &. Son,
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
have opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed tbe services of a first
class shoe- fcv r pre
pared to do ait work In
trusted to them In a first
h $ Be Comfortable &
The shortest route to comfort In the good old summertime Is by
using the Electric Light and in conjunction with It an Electric Fan.
When you have an Electric Fan In your house, cool breezes are yours
to command whenever you desire.
Electric Light Is surprisingly cheap when the Immense advan
tages to be derived from It are taken Into consideration. We shall
be very happy to supply you with any Information you may desire
relative to wiring your house.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
f Office Kinjr St., near Alakca
apmmnwmin mm mm mmmmg
B To Our Patrons H
We are now located In the new brick building on King 3
street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will
be pleased to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line.
Our prices will alwaya be fair. m
We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Greenwell" 2
Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the jj
'killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house -g
at Kallhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under
the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of 3
Soliciting your patronage, we are, 35
Very respectfully yours, -
C. Q, YEE HOP & CO. 1
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a work of International Importanoe. Justin McCarthy, M. P., Editor In Chief
Maurice F. Egan, L.L.D., Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche, L.L.D., Asso.
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Among the array of Authors we find Antiquarians, Celtic writers, folk
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Call and examine books or write for Sample Pages.
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COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS UPSTAIRS.
We sr prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Producs of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chicle
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, sverythln" FIRM
CLA8B, MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
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We pack, haul and ship your
goods and tave you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
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you make every dollar count. ,
X W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL j
J Telephone White 081 J
Wholoaalo & Retail Liquor Doulor,
D a 8tock of Japanese and America Liquors, -imal Salorn In connection.
iwilei and King streets.
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