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THE HAWAHAM STAU. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910
Curios of all
Hotel Stroct near Union.
taking a policy of life
insurance in any other
company ask to see the
- is Tim t
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Com
pany Of Boston, Mass.
and compare the many
advantages it offers
with those of other
Castle & Cub, -liL
Tuesday, Feb. 1
At 8 O'Cloclc.
Cloth and Napkins to Match
at Greatly Reduced P.rlces.
Honolulu Wire BedCo
Alakea and King Streets.
f NE HI
Young Building, - Honolulu
Exquisite Covers and Dolleys from
watow. Oriental Fabrics, Brasses,
Coppers and Antimony. Largest Pa
sific Curio Store In the World.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEA CURIO CO.
you a Gold Watch
for Lady or Gent. See us now
J. A. R. VIEIRA & CO,
Phoae 512. 13 Hotol tS.
CONTRACT-Jrt & BUILDER
aaunmeg flven on all kinds of
63 South Hotel Bt. batween Punch
bowl & AlapftL
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY OF
msW YORK tINDERWRITERB
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON IN
Thb 8, F, Dillingham Co., 'Ltd,
General Agents for Hawaii.
Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building.
tflne Job Pnnnn, ntur Offlc.
Hawnll Lodgo Pago B
Princess Skating Kink .' D
Hank of Hawaii 7
Hustace 1'cclc Co 2
AVall Nichols Co C
Local Olllce, U, S. Wither Br-rcuu,
Honolulu, T. H., February 2, 1910.
Teniperatui-os. o n. m.; S a. in.; 10
a in.; and morning minimum.
G7: GO; G9; 71; CG.
Barouiprc. reading: Absolute humid
liy igrain-i per cubic toot); relative
humidity and dew point at 8 a .in :
30.19; 5.17G; G7; GS.
Wlnft. velocity and direction at 6
a. m.; 8 a. m.; 10 a. m.; aud noon:
1G NE.; 1G NR; 15 NR; 13 NE.
Rainfall cim-sus Hours ending 8 a.
m.: .01 Inch.
Totai winu niovement during 24 hour
ended nt noon 3G0 miles
W3i. i. 3TOCKAIAN,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
ParaGraphs That Give Condensed
News of the Day.'
Pay cash when you buy at the store
and ask for Green Cash Stamps.
Hawaiian Lodge will hold, a special
nieeling this evening for work In Flrsf
The marriage of Mr. Harold Castle
and Miss Alice Hedemann Is postponed
until February 1G.
Fine lot of-Panamas to select fronu.
Call aud see them. The Expert Hat
cleaners, opposite Club Stables.
The best staples of the Hawaiian
market are served in the most satis
factory manner at Notte-s. Open from
5:30 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.
A free dispensary has been opened
opposite the Kalihi Store by the
Wanted to buy fresh cow, Jersey
preferred; also donkey suitable for
child. McVeagh, Star office.
For Rubber Stamp go to Wall,
Nichols Co., Ltd. They make the
best of all kinds.
The keen "business man Is always
ready to reeclve a suggestion. Here
Is a good one; use the wireless.
All unpaid accounts due i,ewis & Co.
Ltd., can he paid at the store 169 King
street until January 31, 1910.
George S. Curry was admitted to
practice' in the U. S. District Court
for Hawaii thjs morning.
A young man seeks position of some
kind tin office, willing to work as por
ter. Address M. B. 183 School street.
John K. Prcndergast, who died last
week, luft an estate of only ?50 being
the balance of his salary as county
Wanted The boys of the Pacino
fleet to know that thsy can get stand
ard meals at Noltcs at moderate
Best grades of firewoods and coal,
concrete brick crushed rock and
sand always on hands at Hustace
The Princess Skating rink reopens
tomorrow evening .with the new floor
as smooth as glass. The regular
rink band will be In attendance.
Honolulu Construction & Draylng
Co., Ltd., have just received a line lot
of California Sharp Sand which they
are almost giving away. Telephone
The prayer meeting at the First
Methodist church, Berotania and Mil
ler streets, this evening will be led
by Miss Carlota Moyer, general sec
retary of the Y. W. C. A., the subject
being "Christians in Society."
The buuslncc.-. men of Honolulu
meet at Nolte's to enjoy the best
meals in town for the price, and dis
cus the happenings on the day.
A masonic fneral was accorded to
the late L. de L. Ward yesterday.
For many years he was a leader In
tho local fraternity. His father was
the late P. ff. Ward, an attorney at
law who came here with 'his family
from New Zealand.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffmann cele
brated their tenth wedding anniversary
lyast night by entertaining a hundred
and fifty guests at tho Kilohana Art
League. Music was the feature.
J. Couch Flanders, father of Mrs.
John; Efllger of Honolulu, died in
Portland, Ore., recently. He was a
leading attorney and 'business man.
H. M von .Holt pt this city was his
schoolmate at Bishop Scott Academy,
Portland, and Governor Frear attend
ed Yale College with himA
A Chinese owner of a tenement of
fered Superintendent Campbell a Hat
rate of $200 a year for water if he
would remove tho inter) although
ithe meter reading taken some time ago
indicated a charge of ?89 a year. It
appeared that the ratepayer wished to
avoid the trouble of watching his to
nants that ithey did not waste tho
Governor Frear Is conducting Ad
mirals Sebreo and Barry, with other
ofilcos of the Pacific fleet, In an au
tomobile trip around tho island today.
The successful man of tomorrow will
A master's report has been filed on
tho first account of David Dayton,
guardian of tho flvo Kahookano min
ors, by 'John Marcalllno, who finds
the account correct excepting In the
Items of commissions. The guardian
charges himself with $2225.25 and
asks to bo allowed $1981.73.
A list of I O U's, 'noes and mort
Hges ranging In amount from $2 to
$100 is given as having become out
lawed during the period covered by
the amount, on which the master com
ments: "If the guardian acn convince
this court that he has mad.e sufficient
efforts to collect the foregoing debts
duo tho estate they should be allow
ed, otherwise the guardian should bo
surcharged with these amounts." The
total Is $211.
Another criticism is upon the fail
ure of the guardian to invest the casn
on hand, the master saying it could
at least have been deposited in a
savings bank where it would have
drawn interest. . He says he will not
recommend that the guardian bo sur
charged with interest on the unin
vested funds, but doe recommend
that the guardian be allowed only
$50 commissions for his services and
surcharged with $107.50, the balance
of the commissions found due to the
The period of the account Is from
July 25, 1901, to Dec. 31, 1909.
Cecil Brown,, Trustee, v. D. L. Conic
ling, Treasurer of the Territory, on
exceptions from 1st Circuit Court,
was argued and submitted in the Su
preme Court this morning. A. A.
Wilder for the plaintiff; E. W. Sutton,
deputy attorney general, for defend
ant. The case of Edward Campbell v.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., will be up
tomorrow for argument.
AN EXPERIENCED MAN.
"How do you conquer your elephant
when he goes on a rampage?" I asked
the managerle proprietor.
"We avail ourselves of an experi
enced baggage man," he replied.
"An experienced baggage man?" 1
repeated with wonderment.
"Yes," he explained patiently, al
though it was evident that he was
j nettled by my stupidity, "we get a
man who knows how to smash
Elizabeth Krantz sues for divorce
from Theodore Krantz, to whom she
was married on October 17, 1905, on
the ground of desertion. The husband
appears to have disappeared, as High
Sheriff Henry has just returned the
summons with a statement that he
was unable to get any Information
about the man's whereabouts.
WOOD TAKER RELEASED.
' A nolle nrosenui was allowed hv
'Judge Whitney this morning in the
case ' of Fukamatsu, who appealed
from a fine of $25 and costs, imposed
by District Magistrate Andrade for the
; larceny of algaroba wood valued at
$10 belonging to Kawahata.
j PROBATE AND PARTITION.
I Judge Robinson appointed Kahlhala
Prendergast as special administratrix
of her late husband, John K. Prend
ergast, for the purpose of drawing tho
balance, of his salary as truant of
ficer. ; David Paakaula has brought a parti
tion "suit, against Peka Vasconcellos
and five others relative to land at
be the man who saves today. The
greatest help in saving Is an account
In a Savings Bank and the best sav
ings bank in Honolulu Is the Bank of
Hawfciirt, Ltd., corner lot iFort anjd
The Board of Agriculture and For
estry will hold a regular meeting on
A meeting of the Board of Supervis
ors for general business will be held
J Funeral services for .the late A. W.
Gilbert will be held on Sunday at .the
( house of W. E. Shaw, Anapuni tstreot,
, where"ho died suddenly yesterday. The
J remains will bo sent to Dayton, Ohio.
Mr. Gilbert was ftfty-soyen years old.
I Tho evening boforo his death he at
tended tho monthly dinner of tho Men's
League of Central Union Church find
appeared to be In excellent health.
Cine .Inh Prtmrne. wtar nmiHt
I LIllllIIIIUIl uu . B
Capital Stock . .$100,000.00
6000 Shares Par Value $20.00
Subscription list now open at the
Htooli tl i d Bond
Ul'OlCt x .... .
Campbell BlocK, Mercnant btrset,
Prospectus may te had on applies
A ember of Honolulu Stock and fjond
Stock - and Bona Orders receive
Information furnisned relative to all
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Phona 72. i. box em.
When In Need
of any description.
AMERICAN - HAWA 1 1 A N
Paper and Supply Co., Ltd
Corner Fort and Queen St.
Geo. G." Guild, Manager.
The following have beer, filed up
this afternoon for registration:
T. Ogowa to T. Iwamoto, et al., a. 1.
H. A. Baldwin and wife to Central
Mill Co., deed.
Manuel Goaveia to Kauai Hallway
Co., deed. 1
Waterhouse Trust to A. McCabe,
W. McCaridless to Au Wen, lease
and extension of lease.
Jose Nobriga and wife to Manoel
B. D' Arruda, deed.
Malaea Ahla and husband to Annie
K. Koomoa, deed.
George H. Fairchild to Mrs: Mlleka
Kahele, a. m.
J. Hopp & Co. to H. M. Lawson, et
John Kaikainahaole, et al., to Sing
Cong Co., lease.
BRICK COMPANY STARTS.
The Honolulu Lava Brick Com
pany held a meeting at the offices of
the Henry Waterhouse Trust Com
pany this morning for 'the purpose of
perfecting "temporary organization
and the adoption of articles of Incor
poratlon. The' capital is $100,000, of
which $75,000 has been issued 'and
zd,uuu win ue neid m tlie treasury.
For temporary purposes the following
officers were . elected: F. J. Lowrey,
president; P. Muhlendorf, treasurer:
I A T . . 1 l -r.
jjt uaane, seui eiury. permanent
officers will be chosen 'ater.
Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1910.
San Francisco -Arrived Feb. 2, S. S.
Hllonian, henco Jan. 25.
San Francisco Sailed, Feb, 2, noon,
S. S. Lurline for Honolulu.
NOT TOO RAINY.
To the strangers who have been here
during the past few weeks It appears
that Honolulu Is a very moist place,'
the. weather reminding them some
what of that experienced by Portland
folk. Do.wn at Halelwa, wnlch is real
ly a very delightful place, the rain
fall is considerably less than In the
j city and the temperature is higher,
It is a pleasant place to stop for a day
or a week and being within a short
ride of the city by auto, or train It
has all of the conveniences of a city
hotel, Post office and telephone on
Thp sixtieth regular meeting will bo
held on Thursday, Fob. 3, 1910, at 3:30
n. m. In the Entom. Rooms of tho H.
S. P A. Expt, Sta., eKeaumoku street
'A New Trypetld," by F. W. Tarry,
will bo the paper of the evening
Fine Joh Printing, Star Office.
Dl flUTDTIfU Pfl L k ,
For Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day LINEN COUCH- COVERS. Cool and washable made of striped
linen finished with knotted fringe, 3 yards long. Price $2.50. '
FEATHERSTITCH BRAIDS In all colons, 12 yard pieces. 15c
Braids S l3o a piece.
BORDEAUX LINEN In white only. -20c quality 12 l-2c a yard.
VOILE SUITINGS, Tan( Grey and Nav double width. 90c
quality G5c a ard.
COVERT CLOTH for Skirts and Suits, Grey, Tan, Black and
Navy. Special 12 1-2 a yard.
RED TABLE DAMASK 60c quallquallty 65c. a yard.
LADIES' WHITE HOSE, Lace ankle and all lace, sizes 8 1-2, 9,
9 1-2. 35c Hose 20c apair.
PILLOW TUBING by the yard, cx-tra good cotton. 25c. a yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS GO,
EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS IN HANDSOME IGRES
English and American Weaves. Made to your order with fit
and style unequalled,
W. W. AHANA 62 South King Street
PRIME BEEF AND FISH FROM THE MAINLAND.
EXCELLENT QUALITY, WITH A GOOD DISTRIBU
TION OF FAT AND LEAN. THE ALAMEDA
BROUGHT THE DELICACIES YOU ARE WAITING
W. F. Heilbron, Proprietor. ' Phone 45.
'We Use Jlo Preservaiives in Our Bream
Special care to keep it cold and protect it from contamination
assure ample keeping qualities.
Many believe to, that
PURE CREAM IS MORE HEALTHFUL.
W c sell direct to our customers, or through May, Day or Lewis
Tine Pond Dairy
Why is our wood and coal business developing so rapidly?
Simply because we give full measure, tlie best quality and the
lowest prices. Ojicc a trial
OFFICE FORT STREET
Of modern and antique designs in large assortment. Never before
has there been such a display. In dull or bright finish- ---
A few suggestions: . ,
o-in Jardinieres $3. 75 each "! V; ;
Hanging Fern Baskets 2.00 each ,,
' Book Racks ' 3-00 each L iv'
Fern Dishes (lined) 2.25 each .F :
Historic Plaques .. 3.00 each ,m
Finger Bowls .... : ; . 3.75 doz. "-ST '
Smoking Sets "1 7 .' , ; ; . 6 . 50 each . v , ;
We invite your early inspection., .
W. W. PIMOND" & CO., LTD
53-57 Kg Street,
P. O. BOX 162.
order you -will become a steady 7
& Draying Co., Lin.
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