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i, 1903. y 1 " - . a t nnrifiTrrr LUCAL DKCV 1 1 ICS. Attorney George Hons is reported to be very ill at Wailuku. A cold wave is reported from all the islands as well as from points on Oahu. ! The Martha Washington supper, next Friday night, will be a social event but not a "social." COLLINS'S CHUM MET DEATH TOO 'Here! Send to that address. Lodge Le Pr ogres will hold a special and tell him that I want some money and must have It right away," shouted luna tic James Collins to Mrs. Downey as he rushed into her home at Beretania and AlaDai Rtrf-t on tYic rlav- that meeting this evening with work in the , Tj; - ' . left the steamer ,W. G. Hall, leaving gpcoiiu ur-gree. . ' . her a scrap of paper with the address, Secretary Carter has received his , "Mr. Harry Butler. 154 Folsom street, commission from Washington. He will San Francisco," written upon it. take omce next luesaay. Collins died of the wounds he received William McKinley Lodge will hold during his numerous assaults on people their regular weekly meeting tonight; living in Makiki. It now turns out . that "Butler" was his chum, and had inmseir met with an awful d-ath in during the previous week. In trying to board a moving train at Redwood he was thrown under the wneels and had his body cut in two. Butler was but 26 years of age. He w ,llTO ttl 1IIue auai on here shorUy befQre ,ast Chrstmas Thei the seventeenth, the Rev. Hans Isen- San Francisco Examiner stated that he all members are requested to attend. ASfM.wi i 1 an in in.ih.iuK an inves- 1 t.t the- hnnko nf laal California houses, and has found a number of mis leading returns. Ralph u. Wilcox and Miss Anna C. (gffi naa expected to return to the Islands soon. He was a blacksmith by trade. berg officiating. Fire caused by cross wires in the tele phone office was the cause of a run on the part of the Fire Department yes terday morning. There was no dam age. The band will play this afternoon at the competitive drill. Tomorrow after- I Haleakala crater with its summit and noon the public concert will be at Ma- : rims covered with snow wax the spec kee Island, Waikiki, weather permit- t tac,e which the passengers aboard the ting. I steamer Mauna Loa witnessed SNOW CAPPED HALEAKALA CRATER on The merenrv in th. . . Thursday, en route to Honolulu from m im.1 muiur lc ;r at A the residence of Mr. H. M. Whitney, - CO m (r nf'Vinar .,...1 !;:-, .1 a- . ... f w miu itivui sireeis, sioqp HE 52 degrees at six o'clock Wednesday morning Hawaii. The sight was a magnificent . one, viewed from the deck of the Inter . Island steamer, and the snow is said by some to have fallen as low down on I OVttK THIRTY SI Y aiZab Sold on easy terms Dimond A Co.. Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands. the largest extinct crater in the world Services in Honolulu Mission tonight' as Cupalakua, the former home of the In the Starr block on Fort street, near Makees. There Kukui; short gospel talks, a book, a seat, and a cordial welcome; bring a friend with you. was a corresponding It required a long time before we se cured a formula for a hair tonic that was good. It Is our rule never to offer any preparation unless it has merit. This is what our Berlin Hair Restorer' possesses. It is made from the formula of a German specialist who had devoted i years to the study of the scalp. We had to pay a good price for it too, but he had the reputation. Now that our cus tomers tell us how pleased they are fall in the thermometer on Maui passengers also saw Mauna Kea and Vf 'i llll'l T ..-. Uoirott in..u-, ...1 and the white flakes were seen to have The Woman's Auxiliary and Guild of fallen to a lower altitude than usual. St. Andrew's Cathedral will meet Mon- Tt was extremely cold on Hawaii, at day. February 23. at 2:30 p. m.. at the tt "f Kn,a and .,Ka,u sides, dur- irciuence or airs. w. j. tving, t-iikoi and was also brought by the Mauna Loa Lunalilo streets. (that hail about the size of bird shot had fallen on Maui. On Thursday there was f fine ilisnlflv of litrhtnintr men give memoers or tne national Maui. accompanied by a thunderstorm Guard a half day s vacation today in The pursers of incoming: vessels from order that they may participate in the Kauai report very cold weather on the Garden Island. Col. Jones suggests that the business The'with its results we are satisfied. We are confident you will find it better than anything you have ever used. We ask you to try it, and after using accord ing to directions you find it has done no good, your money back. It's safe to use, not oily, and produces results. Price $1.00. HOBRON DRUG CO. competitive drill. The Oliphant Sisters, Minnie, Estelle and Genevieve Valleto, women evan gelists who are making a tour of the world, will be in Honolulu in about a month en route to New Zealand and Australia. They will hold meetings here. The home dinner to be given by the ladies of the Methodist church next Tuesday evening promises to be a most successful affair. Some notable cooks are interested in the dinner, and the cooking will be of the kind mother used to do. Cashier Cooper of the First National Bank has received a letter from James K. Lynch of the First National Bank of San . Francisco in reference to the re demption of Hawaiian coins. Mr. Lynch states that all coins will be accepted no matter how worn, as long as they are not scratched, cut, or mutilated in any way. New Spring: Goods & & j 9 03 j BUSINESS LOCALS. All orders for volcano water ordered through agents will be delivered free of charge. Commissioner's sale of real estate at Puuokapolei today at noon at the en trance of the Judiciary building. The N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. an nounces a dividend, payable at the store, corner of Fort and Beretania streets. A choice lot of household furniture. including a sewing machine, win De sold at a bargain; see our classified ad. elsewhere. Mr. A. Blom will return in the Sierra this week and bring with him the very latest in dress goods. He . has visited all the largest importing houses, and will introduce new ideas in his iine. Now beintr opened. Styles very latest in wash rabnes. Mercerized materials in solid colore, fancy striped, plain white and white figured. NEW DIMITIES. Extra fine qnali ty, white ground and solid color ground with small figures and dots, the neat little patterns you are looking for, at 6 yds. for si. Another line of Dimities, white ground with small figures, not as flue ac the first lot, but extra good value; 12 yds. for si. FLANNELETTES. A new line, fine assortment of patterns, your choice at lUc a yd. WHITE PIQUES. A new line just opened at b yds. for SI and upward Mercerized Zephyrs, look like silk, fast colors, lot blue, pink, green, navy and cardinal at zoo yd. Extra fine pin dottted Swisses, white ground with black dots and black ground with white dots. Mercerized striped Muslin, with polka dots, entirelv new. NEW FANCY MUSLINS. A new line of ladies' lawn d ressing Jacques, in all white and white with colored borders. New goods wi'l be opened daily. t N. 8. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd. Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts. H AWAI I AN SOAP For Everybody The HONOLULU SOAP WORKS are now putting up their BEST Number SOAP in 50 pound Cases family size at $2.25 per box, de livered free to every part cf the city. Full cases 100 pounds will be delivered at $4-25- For all empty boxes re turned in good, clean condi tion, 10 and 20 cents will be paid. Every Family in the Islands should have a case of Soap at this price. The best Soap made for the Kitchen and Laundry. Try a case. It is cheaper than buying by the bar. Order from the Agents, M. W. McChessey & So&s, Ld. Queen Street. The Finest of Wheat, ground by a great mod ern mill into The Finest of Flour, ! a. m . is iransrormea in our modern bakeshop into The Finest of Bread, and we deliver it to you iresh every morning. It's not the ordinary "store bread' its better in every way at the New England Bakery; Orders also taken for pies, cakes, etc. HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Whitney & Marsh, Ited WARNER'S Rust-Proof GRSEIS -WARNER'S Just Suited for This Climate ERTPAIRGUARANTEED Corsets We ban 12 styles; (1.00 and upward. Rust-proof steel marks new era in corset making. Rust-proof steel is temp ered to a nicety and made Eon rustable by a patented process controlled exclu sively by Warners. It is the only absolutely rust proof steel made, and War ner's Rust- Proof Corsets are the only guaranteed rust proof corsets in the world. If any metal parts of these corsets rust, return them and receive a new pair. Rust-proof doubles the life of. a corset, and is for obvious reasot.s the best for this climate The shapes give the upright poise to the t-houlders, the sloping bust and extended waistline;there are no straight-front corsets that cam surpass them in fitting points. Whitney & Marsh, Ited R ooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg. ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS i Box 587. Phone Main 50 Order From Some of these Fsnazr G-oods Heinz Sweet Pickles, Heinz Catsup, Heinz Olives, Heinz White Onions, Heinz Chili Sance, Heinz India Relish, Heinz Tomato Chutney, Queen Olives, Pim-Olas. Tel. Blue 2312. Beretania onpo. Alakea. portant Reasons Why Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Co. Safes and Locks are the Best. The concrete filling: makes these safes absolutely fire proof and positively damp proof. The solid angle corners add greatly to their security in time ut Fire and form the only solid corners made. The patent Bolt Work is superior to any in use and does not require the constant oiling, cleaning and repairs that is acknowledged in other makes of safes. That although 600,000 of theae safes are now in use and many thousands have been teste by some of the most disastrous conflagrations in the United States, there is not a single In stance on record wherein one of them ever failed to preserve Its contents per fectly. They make safes for county treasurers, county recorders, county clerks, Jewelers, hotels, residences, churches and corporations. We have a large as-' sortment of safes on hand and will be pleased to show same. tiara ware uept. Th0. M. O av!8 Stt Oo J. W. L. McCuire PL.OBIST Orders Left at Hawaiian Bazaar, Masonic Building Alakea and Hotel Sts. Phone Main 387. W. C. Achi & Co. REAL ESTATE DEALERS. HOUSES TO RENT, Etc., Etc., Etc. Offles corner King and Maunaksa. I'hone Main 121. Fred Philp & Brof hone Main o. Hamessmak6rs Box 13.?. Wnverlry tflk.. Bethel St. ritana Again Tonight. The opera of Maritana will be repeat ed this evening at the Opera House. the proceeds to go to charity. Several rehearsals have been held since the two performances given two weeks ago and the chorus and principals are said to be in even better voice than before. Interest in the opera on the part of the public has not waned and a large house will greet the performers. For an amateur organization the company has made excellent progress in its inter pretation of the music. The orchestra of the Symphony Society, under the direction of Mr. Jocher. will assist. The Competitive Drill Today. Governor Dole yesterday issued the invitations for the competition drill to be held this afternoon. Ther are only 150 seats on the platform erected, and the invitations are very limited. They were sent almoet exclusively to the members of the legislature and their wives, to military officers and to Fed eral and Territorial officials. The drill will begin at 1:45 o'clock and will probably occupy three or four hours. Alice Campbell Buys a Hotel. SAN JOSE, Feb. 9. The Hotel St. James property, including the lot and improvements on North First street, was sold today in the Probate Court to Miss Alice Campbell, daughter of the late Hawaiian millionaire, and step daughter of Colonel Sam Parker, for $166,000. The present lease will not ex pire for a year and no changes are con- j templated during that period. 1 mM Partial Interior View of Our Gen eral Repair and Light Machine Shop The highest of bjgfa clas wo.k. thoroughness and promptness is our motto. We send for and deliver repair jobs in any part of the city WE REPAIR: Automobih s. Typewriters of all Doakea, Safe Locks. Tiiii Locks and General Safe Work, Guns, Surveyors' Instruments. Tapes, Drawing Instruments. Linotypes and Printing Presses. In fact we repair anything: from a delicate gine. surveyor's instrument to an en PEARSON & P0ITER CO., Limited. Phone Main 317, Union and HotelStreets . Odd Curtains Half Price I Fi U Mi On Monday, February 16th we will Inaugurate a Curtain and Drapery sale which will be without precedent. We are going to place on our bargain counters one of the best and largest stock of curtain goods ever offered in Honolulu. We have over 100 different patterns to choose from. NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS in Renaissance and Point Lac effects, full length and width. From 55c. a pair up to $4.00 a pair. CABLE NET CURTAINS, entirely new and up-to-dat designs in white and ecru. From $5.00 a pair up to $12.00 a pair. IRISH POINT CURTAINS 3Va yards long and full wldtli with heavy border. From $3.50 a pair up to $9.00 a pair. SWISS POINT CURTAINS with ruffles in plain and figured designs. From $2.75 a pair up to $7.00 a pair. Figured Swisses, Madras Denims, and Cretones, all at greatly reduced prices. E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd. FORT STREET. KEEP WARM ON COOL PRIM0 IN WINTER It tones the whole ?ystem, adding life to the blood and making it do its work better. Pregcribed by doctors as a tonic becauee it is pure. No beer soM in Hawaii will stand the chemists' test for purity with Primo the beer that's making itself famous in Hawaii. Buy from the Brewery if your dealer does not sell it. TELEPHONE MAIN 341. IN of Superior Quality and Flavor. Bottled by None bo popular. II, Bma and Vineyard 9trtts. Pheat Bins 1171.