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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST. 9, 1901.
Our New Plantation Boot
Chinese virago who raised
'X'lxo Flcivotir of
" Canadian 01tlb "
is distillled wiih it, not added afterward, and
wnt-r cannot wash it out. A High Ball niado
from "Canadian Club" is an extension, not
an extinction, of the perfect qualities which
hare made " Canadian Club" so popular with
Every ltoltlo licnrs over the cnpsulo nn ofllcinl stamp
or the (Jiinuuian Government gimrnntcciiiK ago nml
Who will doit?
!Tou are going to have your bouse
Papered, Painted or Decorated.
x Who's going to do it?
Ne one does or can do better work
than we. Investigation proves that
tew do a r'd.
All we ask I r It is a fair price
-not high, not low. Either extreme is
Any one who gives us work gets the
best going at the fairest and cquarest
Dfflce: Union Street, opp. Bell Tower.
Jas. F. Morgan President
Cecil Brown Vice-President
V. Hustace Secretary
Chas. H. Atherton Auditor
W. H. Hoogs....Treas. and Mgr.
TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
QUEEN STREET 1
Steam and Blacksmith
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Special attention given to
ALSO. WHITE AND BLACK SAND
We carry a full line of
UIBI SMS. IN STRAW IBIS
Call and be
Wavorloy Block, Hotel Street
When Primeval Man
First sought to enliven his menu
of berries and roots with cooked
food, he soon discovered how to
make, in some form or other,
Back as far as hieroglyphics can
tell the tale, there has been hand-
ed down the history of making
loaves. Since then the art of
bread-making has been constantly
advancing and the latest 1 elop
ments in maintaining tho vigor
and pu-lty of the wheat germ can
be found in the products of the
UPPER FORT ST.
King Street, opposite Railway Depot
Has Opened a
Island and California Fruits, Cigars
and Tobacco and California Potatoes.
King Street, corner Alakea Street.
Freeh Salmon, Grapes, Pears, Apples,
Oranges and Lemons.
Received by Mariposa.
WING LUNG & FAT,
HAS OPENED A
Corner Vineyard and
Fine Book and Commercial Printing
at the Star Ofllce.
I. H. & CO.-
Possesses some piece of furni
ture endeared to them perhaps
as heirlooms, or by associa
tions connected with the past
They have been relegated to
the cellar or the ,attlc, much
against your will perhaps, but
they looked out of place amid
the newer, smarter furniture.
They were so comfortable, so
cosy and convenient, too, but
they had to go. They wouldn't
fetch anything at auction If
you cared to sell. "
Let Us Try Our
Hands on Them
We have unusual facilities for
REPAIRING and UPHOLS
TERING. A few Dollars will prove a
good Investment. The Price will
J. HOPP & CO.
KING A BETHEL STREETS
Phone 111 Main.
I. H. & CO.-
-J. H. 4 CO.-
Having been in
10 Years. Wo
Will hold a
AW Goods will be Sold at
15 per cent discount.
" Come Quick and Avoid
Telephone 3311 White.
Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets,
The Yon Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
(Juccn Street, Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Bololse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
W. 6. IRWIN & CO.
Western Sugar Refining Company of
San Francisco, Col.
Baldwin Locomotive Works of
Newell Nn'versal Mill Company
(National Cane Shredder),
New York, U. 8. A;
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertilizers
High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and
Alfci. Cross & Son's High Grade Fer
tilizers for Cane and Coffee.
Rctd's Steam Pipe Cars.
Also Offer for Sale
Paraflne Paint Co.'a P. & B. Paints and
Lucol and Linseed Oils, raw and boiled
Indurlne (a cold water paint) In white
niter PresB Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Note Heads; Bill Heads. Letter Heads
and all kind of Job and Commercial
printing neatly and promptly executed
at tl.o Star Office.
I. H. & CO.-
A first-class article
which can be deliv
ered as wanted, in
whole condition, at a
"The Crisis." by Winston Churchill.
"The South African War," Illustrated
by Capt. Mahan, U. S. N.
"The Helmet of Navarre," by Bertha
"Love Letters of Bismarck."
"The Column," by Chas. Marrlatt.
"Henry Bourland," by A. E. Han
"Power through Repose," by Call.
"Without a Warrant," by Brooks.
"The Puppet Crown," by Mac Oraith
"The Disciple," by Paul Bourget.
"The Inlander," by Harrison .Robert
son. "The Successors of .Vary the First,"
by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps.
"Miss Prltchard'a Wedding Trip," by
And many others Just as new can be
1 GOLDEN RULE BMMR
310 FORT STREET.
1079 Alaa Street.
NEW BY EVERY STEAMER.
P. O. Box 885. Tel. Blue 392.
H. W. BARTH,
Successor to W. H. Barth and H. W.
Honolnln Sheet Metal and Cornice Works
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ven
tilators Metal Roofing. Conductor Pipe
and Gutter Work Jobbing Promptly
Richard Street, between Queen and
IB I ML I
Refused to Allow Daughter to be With
Husband Narrowly Escaped Punish
ment for Contempt of Court.
-A case of too much mother-in-law
was before Judge Wilcox yesterday.
From what the police say the mother-in-law
Is a terror. Thrca Chinese were
the principals In the case.. Ah Young
a very pretty Chinese girl about 1G
years of age and her mother SIu Fat
were arrayed on one side against Wong
Wul Yee, the husband. Incidentally
the mother-in-law had a narrow escape
from being severely punished for con
tempt of court.
Wong charged tho girl with deser
tion. Some weeks ago the pair wero
before the court on a charge of being
too friendly but matters were com
promised by their getting married
Since their marriage however the
mother-in-law has taken the manage
ment of her daughter and refused tr
permit the husband to come near or
have anything to do with his wife.
According to those acquainted with
the case the old ludy has been Impor
tuning her son-in-law for a present of
money which the Chinese require
when their daughters are married.
Wong has been unable to produce, so
his life has apparently been made mis
S. P. Chllllngworth appeared us spe
cial consul for tho prosecution and Mr.
Andrade for the defence. The defence
usked for a continuance until Monday
This Mr. Chllllngworth opposed. Ho
remarked that there was no need for a
continuance. The case was a perfectly
clear one, there was no dispute about
their marriage as It had been perform
ed on the advice or the court hlmselr.
"What's that," ejaculated the court
"I advise them to get married? No
sir: I never advise any one to get mar.
rled. In fact, If a whole lot of people
that I know, should come to me and
ask If they should marry I would say
A continuance until Saturday was
granted. Growing out of the case i
against the girl however, was a charge ,
of profanity against her mother. Dep
uty Sheriff Chllllngworth stated tho
old lady had become so Infuriated when
tho olllcer had gone to arrest her
daughter that she had torn up tho
warrant and made Ah On the police
man look like a wreck. She had fol
lowed Ah On to the police station and
cursed him In a shocking way.
"What," said the court, "tore up tho
warrant? Tore up the process of this
court? Humph! I think that there Is
excellent reason for charging her with
contempt. If she committed contempt
by destroying that warrant she will
ilnd herself up against It and she will
get a sentence that may tench her a
The court Inquired Into the circum
stances of tho alleged destruction of the
warrant. Ah On said that the woman
had merely tried to tear It up so tho
contempt proceedings could not bo
brought. The case was continued un
CHAMPION CHICKEN THIEF IS A
CHINESE. " "
Chung Sing Believed to Have Robbed
One Hen House Before He was Shot
The police are not wasting any sym
pathy on Chung Sing the Chinese who
wns dangerously shot by nn ttallnn
early yesterday morning. In fact, the
olllcers are inclined to think that the
Chine.se got what he deserved. Ac
cording to the record of the mun ho
wns probubly the most daring chicken
thief who has ever operated In Hono
lulu. Ho hus a. chicken stealing re
cord that can discount any darky In
these parts. Now that he has been
forced, through the vicissitudes of his
nefarious profession, to retire tempo
rarily for perhups a few years the
owners of chickens In ICallhl and vicin
ity will breathe easier and not have to
sleep with arsenals near them every
robbed another chicken ySrd before be
It Appears that Chung must have
visited that of Glllate Virglnlo. Tho 1
chicken house of J. Montero who re-, ncle uus '""'"noon una nange. . Ten
sides Kwa of the Kullhi bridge was 1 '"or? "-'ZPws- li"l cuted by the con
robbed of three chickens, for Mr. Mon-1 ssl"n "f. ono, of the women hanged,
tero discovered the birds near his place 1 J1 11 ,a.llaml nl,ay meet lL'ath at tlle
some time after the shooting. Three ! namls 01 tnc rnob-
birds, at a dollar apiece, was evidently CHlinoilF? TO t'vitp
not a good night's haul so Chung pro-I tnuutULis iu tMili,
ceeded to visit unother cnlcken house. I SANTA CRUZ. August 1. An over
Unfortunately for him his files and I ,low meeting of (Christian delegates
saws lost their cunning. They made so from Garfield Park and members of the
much noise when he was trying to gain ' Baptist churches was held In tho Bap-
entrance u tne chicken House of Vir- llMl -iiurcn ui nania ltuz tins arter
glnlo that the owner was waked and i noon. Rev. A. C. Smlthers ndvocated
coming out shot the Chinese.
After being wounded Chung made his
way along the road toward town but
when he reached the vicinity of Mun-
tero's house the pnln and loss of blood
told on him nnd he evidently fell to the
ground and begun moaning. Montero
wus aroused by this noise and went out
to investigate. He sought the spot from
which the moaning seemed to come nnd
although Chung had disappeared tho
three chickens previously stolen from
the Montera place, were discovered In
n bag. Chung had evidently carried
them all the way from Vlrglnlo's placo
although sorely wounded. .Montero did
not tnen recognize his chickens but
later ho visited the chicken coop nnd
there discovered that tho tilaeu hud
been broken open and robbed of tho
. fWl? Whl?h nad been returned
T.m,. 8T lUBt,ru,J,Bl,w,ay;-
Jr ?n 0,'1Vh0r,"v?11,n-Knl"1Lre:
ported to Detective David Kaupa that
twenty chickens hud been stolen the
night of July 29. The olllcer Is certnln
that tho work was done by Chung. The
daring of tho Chinese was unusual, On
ly a few weeks ugo he wus committed
to the circuit court for trial on u charge
of robbing the chicken house of Georgo
('hung has served time for this thiev
ing. On one occasion ho was chased
into an orange tree on tho premises of
Harry Webb by Olllcer Apann. Chung
had been trying to rob Webb's coop.
The police olllcer fired five times- at
Chung, wounding him several times In
the foot before tho Chinese would sur
render. Tho wounded man was resting easier
this morning und there are probabili
ties of his recovery.
COURT OF INQUIRY.
WASHINGTON, August 2. Rear
Admiral Klmbcrly has asked to be de
tached from the Schley Court of Inquiry
on account o III health.
NO OTHER BOOT HAS AG MANY
WATER-PRDar QUALITIES .
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Engineering & Construction Co. i
I" Rooms 508, 500, 5IO Stangonwald Building,
"i All classes'of Engineering .ork sdlclted. Examinations, Surveys J
" and Reports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrical
!! Construction. Plans and Speciilcatlons and Estimates prepared, nn.
Construction Superintended In all branches of Emrineorlng work. Con-
C tracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam; Tunnels, Bridges,
V Buildings, Highways, Foundations, Piers. Wharves, etc. ,
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations, and
J Reports of jpertles for Investment purposes. J
I" FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E., J
.J Engineer and Manager. J
R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary
LORD KITCHENER MAKES STRONG
Gives Details of What Occurred After
Tho Fighting at Vlakfonteln. Will
Send "Further Testimony About It.
Tho n.illv Mall publishes Lord
Kitchener's olllclal report regarding tho
Vlakfonteln nffulr. which Is as ronowh.
"Lieutenant W. S. 15. Duff hus given
lin following information: On the
day after the light at Vlnkfonteln, Muy
li'Jtli, Lieutenant Hearn told him that
while lying on the ground, wounded, ho
saw about twenty yards rrom mm lieu
tenant Spring and Sergeant Kinuiay,
both nllchtly wounded. They were
binding .each other's wounds when a
young TJoer with a pink puggurle
around his hat came up and shot both
dead. Lieutenant Hearn lay quite still,
and the Boers, thinking him uead, con
tented themselves with taking his spurs
and leggings. Lieutenant Hearn also
said that others of our wounded wero
shot by tho Boers.
"Lieutenant Duff collected the testi
mony of the eight privates and non
commissioned olllcers, who affirmed
that they saw Boers shoot our wounded.
Several of the men saw a Boer, evident
ly some one In authority, trying to
shoot our wounded."
The foregoing Is taken from Lard
Kitchener's first mall report on the
subject. He has wired that he will
supplement It by sworn testimony;
A FAMILY LYNCHED.
CARROLLTON (.Miss.), August 1.
Three negroes, two women nnd one man
mother daughter and son Implicated
!" 'L" f f "ni
Tallnferro, were taken from the Jail
that In this ngo of brotherhood the Bap
tists and the Christian churches should
oe the first to become united.
Reminiscence seems to bo all tho fash
Ion among London publishers, who In-
1eel cJoy exceptional opportunities to
hecoino acquainted with celebrated
authors of whom there nro Interesting
i thlncs to bo snld. Tho latest example
,s tllit f B. Marston, who since tho
' death of George Murray Smith, Is tho
oldest London publisher. Ills book will
treat not only, of authors, but of some
, famous London booksellers. Spring-
A MINISTER'S GOOD WORK.
"T find n Dnncn ,, 1 1 ,, F 1 . til , , 1 1 -
Kot a bottle of Chnmberlaln's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took
two doses nn( was entirely cured."
savs Rev A A Power of Emnorln
1 XvtilJ tV?WZl
i was sick for over a week, had two or
thrco bottles of medicine from the doc
tor. He used them for three or four
days without relief, then culled In an
other doctor who treated him for soim
days and gave him no relief, m dis
charged him. I went over to see him
the next morning. Ho snld his bowels
were In a terrible fix, that they had
been running oft so long that it was
almost bloody flux. I nsked him if he
had tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and lie snld,
'No.' I went home and brought him
my bottle and gave him ono dose; told
him to take another dose In fifteen or
twenty minutes If he did not find re
lief, but ho took no more nnd was en
tirely cured. I think It tho best medi
cine I have ever tried." For sale by
all dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., gen
eral agents, Hawaiian Islands.
Fine Book nnd Commercial Printing,
at the Star Ofllce.
BOERS 111 I HID
carry this same Boot
in Four Grades, selling at,
$5.00, $6.50, $8.00 and S9.0Q
PORTING wil1 stand any kiucI
of wear, and always
remain soft and com
fortable. For sur
they had no equal.
ana i reasurer.
CURE YOUR DANDRUFF and your
hair will stop falling. Pacheco's Dan
druff Killer is an unfailing and imme
diate cure for dandruff. It keeps tho
scalp in a healthy condition and lnt
vlgorates the hair; one application wll
stop that awful itching.
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER
Sold by all druggists and at tho Union
P. O Box 918
King Street, - - - - Corner BmHEc
Honolulu Iron Work
STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILQ
BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON. BRJUN3
AND LEAD CASTINGS.
Machinery of Every Description Maa
to Order. Particular attention paid ta
Ship's Blacksmtthlng. Job Work Exe
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