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TIIK HAWAIIAN STAR, PHI DAY, APRIL 26, 1912.
FINE ORIENTAL GOODS
Original Designs Large Aaeortmont Cropo and Bmbroldorlcs,
Kimonos, Carred Ivory, Braeswaro, Vobgb, Carved Furnlturo, etc.,
The Japanese Bazaar
FOItT STREET noar Convent
HIGHEST GRADES IN MANY STYLES AND SIZES.
One Tlix'cl Less
Tlaaia Regular Price
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.
Alex. Young Building.
! Morning Cable Report
(Continued from Page One.)
OY8THR HAY, April 20, Theodore Roosevelt, In ropb to tho publico
Hon of lotters referring to the nbaudonmont of tho cub ngulnst tho har
vester trust, BayB: Mr. Tnfl, then n momber of my cnbinot, wnu'prcwent
nt the conferences following the receipt of Mr. Smith's communication,
nnd honrltly approved and concurred with nil that wnH done. I and tho
members of my cabinet decided that any prosecution or tho harvester
trust would be Impractlcr.blo as thoro was not sufficient evidence on
which to proceed. .Mr. Taft has proved thut we were right by falling to
begin u prosecution of tho harvester tcust since he went Into ofneo."
ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 20. Supporters of Itoosevelt arc In complete
control of the state Republican convention, after n stubborn fight which
Insted all night.
FRESNO, Cal., April 20. Senator I.a Fol'otto ycstcrdr.y opened his
fight In this state. Chester Howell, former head of the La Follotto league,
wis not there.
EL PASO, Texas, April 20. -After thirty-eight days spent In a Mexi
can penitentiary, whore they hnd been Im'prisoned without causo, two
Americans have been freed by American consul Iccher in Chihuahua. For
five dcys the prisoners had been kept in solitary confinement without food
and water. -
OMAHA, Neb., April 20. A tornado ditched n train near here yester
day. Twenty-eight par.sengers and trainmen were injured.
WICHITA, Kan., April 26. A tornado yesterday killed threo persons
near here and did great damage to property.
SEATTLE, Wash., April 20. Tho steamer Alameda. Captain Kllnger,
ran into Coleman wharf yesterday evening. Tho harbor steamer Tele
graph was sunk by the accident. Three stevedores on tho wharf and a
deckhand on tho Alameda were injured. A misunderstanding of signals
In the engine room caused tho accident. The Alameda was docking on ar
rival from Nome, Alaska.
HOI RULE BILL
Firewood and Coal
Best Grades Always On Hand
Concrete Brick, Crushed
Rock and Sand
Hustace-Peck Go. LID.
Phone 2295 63 Queen Street
See That It Bears TRADE MARK in Red
Dustless-Duster Cloths, 25c each
Dustless-Duster Floor Broom Covers,
Dustless Floor Mops, with 4-foot pol
ished handle, SI.
LONDON, April 21. Tho adourn
ment until Monday of the Home Rno
debate In tho House of Commons has
given an Interval in which tho opin
ions of public men of all classes are
being canvassed. As far as details
are concerned, especially of the com
plex financial proposals of the bill, it
will bo necessary to await until the
measure is In print, which probably
will bo Wednesday.
On tho stock exchange tho introduc
tion of tho bill had no effect. Consols
rose slightly, but Irish bank and land
stocks prices did not change.
According to tho Unionist view, the
failure of th measure to affect pri
ces was duo to a belief among bank
ers and financiers that tho bill never
will become a law. Criticism of tho
measure seems likely to fasten ite7V walt until he has paid his debt
James Quild Company
COLLINS' BLOCK, KING ST. TELEPHONE 3591
Wo are selling a fine quality of freo burning
whlto ash coal that will servo well for house
hold purposes ana broil as well as charcoal.
Tho samo applies to our wood.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Robinson Bull ting. Queen Street.
upon tho financial proposals not only
on the part of the opponents, "but
also supporters of the bill, as the
financial statement, together with tTfo
clause calling for a nominated senate
are considered its weakest spots.
Tho exemption of Ireland from any
contribution to tho army, navy or dip
lomatic service Is condemned; it Is
predicted that such a dual govern
ment as tho bill proposes would lead
to constant friction between tho Im
perial and Irish parliaments because
tho Imperial parliament, tho Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland and the privy
council each would possess the power
to veto over the Irish parliament.
Tho Spectator describes tho bill as
foolish and cowardly. It says the gov
ernment, afraid to grant tho Nation
alists' demand for colonial home rule,
loth the brlbo and full powers, they
naturally are content.
Commons Passes Bill.
LONDON, April 10. The Home
IUile bill passed its first reading 'In
tho House tonight by a vote of 300
to 2GG. The announcement of the 11k
ures was received with deafening
ministerial cheers and tho waving of
hats and handkerchiefs.
In tho debato Andrew Bonar Law,
summing up for the opposition, sav
agely assailed both tho bill and the
government. Tho people of Ulster
were ready in what they believed to
bo tho cause of liberty and justice to
lay down their lives, ho declared. In
conclusion he said:
"You will not carry this bill with
out submitting it to the people. If
you try to do so, you will succeed
only In breaking the parliamentary
machine. Tho bill has been intro
duced because tho government Is do
pendent upon the Irish votes. The
prime minister gave a solemn pledge
that he would reform the houso of
lords, but that debt of honor must
EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS IN HANDSOME GREYS
BsgB&h and Auiricu Weayti. Made to your order with fit ukd
W. W. AHANA
62 South King Street
Anniversary Sale of
Millinery and Men's Hats
This sale is not for the purpose of disposing of odds and ends,
but will enable our patrons to realize a handsome saving on any
article selected from our large and carefully assorted stock.
Nuuanu Street near Hotel.
Ono of tho most common ailments
that hard working pcoplo aro afflicted
with Ig lamo back. Apply Chambor
laln'a Pnln Balm twice a day nnd mas
sago tho parts thoroughly at each ap
plication, and you will get quick ro
ller. For Balo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., ngonts for Hawaii.
A "Classified Ad" In the 8tar will
bring results when all other expedl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIR8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII. HOLDING
TERMS IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU
TEIHUTOHY OF HAWAII, by Mars
ton Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, Plaintiff nnd Petitioner, vs.
COO WAN HOY, ET AL Defendants
and Respondents; Eminent Domain.
During my absonco from tho Terri
tory, Mr. Charles P. Osborno will car
ry on my undertaking business bb
Tho ombalmlng branch will con
tlnuo to be carried on by two experi
enced assistants whoso specialty is
shipping cases, and work first-class
as scores of letters on fllo testify.
II. H. WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, April 24, 1912.
SEALED PltOPOSALS will bo re
ceived by tho Territorial Board of
Harbor Commissioners until 2 P. M. of
Wednesday, May 29, 1912, for DREDGI
NG and THE CONSTRUCTION OF
WHARF AND FILL IN KUHIO BAY,
HILO HARBOR, TERRITORY OF
All tenders to bo on blanks fur
nished by the Board of Harbor Com
missioners. Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal are on file in the
office of tho Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu;
and at tho office of D. S. Bowman,
Agent of tho Department of Public
Works, Hllo, Hawaii.
Tho Board ot Harbor Commission
era reserves tho right to reject any
or oil bids and to award the work in
whole or in part.
Chairman, Board of Harbor Commis
sioners. Honolulu, April 25, 1912.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
In course of the debate T. P. O'Con
lioi said they had never heard of any
danger of persecution In tho south
and west of Ireland where Protest
ants w'cro In tho minority. If Catho
lics wero disposed to persecute Pro
testants would not that persecution be
indulged In parts where Protestants
were In the minority.
What was the fact All this charge
of religious persecution was one of
the emptiest, meanest, and one of the
most lying calumnies ever heard (min
isterial and Nationalist cheers). The
main case was that of Ulster, and the
case was that Protestants could not
trust for the protection of their lib
erties, to a government which was In
tho majority Catholic. That was
where the case of that party broke
Oahu Railway & Land Company.
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers of tho Oahu Railway and Land
Company Is called at the request of
stockholders owning more than one
fifth of th0 Capital Stock of the Com
pany, and will be hela at the office
of tho Company, 404 Stangenwald
Bldg., In Honolulu, Hawaii, on Tues
day, April 30th, 1912, at 3:00 o'clock
p. m., for tho purpose of considering
a proposition to increase the Capital
Stock of tho Company. Tho Strck
books will be closed to transfers from
April 25th to 30th Inclusive.
A. W. VAN VALKENBURG,
Honolulu, April 24 1912.
bribed them into accepting much less down. As Ulster Unionists were reb
to begin with, but allowing forty Irish
members to remain In Westminster
has provided them with an instrument
for extorting In the futuro colonial
powers. The Spectator adds that as
tho Nationalists eventually will get
JOE T. ROBINSON, WHO
WON OVER GOV. DONAGHEY
OF ARKANSAS IN PRIMARY
CLOSING OUT SALE OF MENS'
This department ot our business will be discontinued, so, while
the goods last, will be sold regardless of price.
SO S. KINO STREET, between Nuuanu and Bethel.
els to a government being set up in
Ireland, he should have expected a
little more tenderness for rebels from
the Hon. gentlemen (laughter), be
cause they had been going about say
ing' that the soldiers would bo called
upon to disobey their officers if they
were asked to put down disorder.
Tho Ulster Conservative party were
fighting against tho world, as well as
their own countrymen; they were
fighting against the Empire. Was
there a single man In tne wholo Brit
ish Empire or In any great and re
sponsible portion of it who would jus
tify tho position of tho opposition?
Supposing, ho asked tho parlia
ments of Canada, Australia and New
Zealand had passed resolutions in
favor of tariff reform and colonial
preference, wouldn't tho roof of the
Houso of Commons have been brok
en by shouts from the Hon. gentle
men, begging the government to obey
the voice of tho Empire (laughter
and ministerial cheers). At meetings
ho addressed In tho colonies, he might
almy the fears of the Hon. gentleme"n
by stating that "God Savo the King'
was sung by bis Irish audience with
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 29.
Congret.iman Joo T. Robinson of Lo
noko defeated Governor Georgo W.
Donaghey In tho Democratic primary.
Donaghey sought a third term. Nomi
nation In this primary Is equivalent
to election. Donaghey's defeat Is at
tributed to his fight In tho legislature
for tho Turnor-Jacobsen law, which
makes a 100 per cent, basis for as
netsmcnt on property Instead of fifty
per cent., which tho law now In forco
provides. This law will bo submitted
to tho peoplo this fall under tho re
cently enacted inltlatlvo and referen1
dum amendment to tbo constitution.
Donaghey was also strong for stato
Sealed tenders will be received u
until 12' m. of Saturday, May 4, 1912
by the Superintendent of Pubii
Works, and opened immediate:
thereafter In the office of the salt
Superintendent of Public Works
Capitol Building, Honolulu, for con
structlng tho Board of Health build
ing, Hllo. Hawaii.
Plans, specifications and proposa
blanks for this work aro on lile at
tho office of the Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu; and at tin
offico of D. S. Bowman, Agent of the
Public Works Department, Hllo.
The Superintendent of Public Work'
reserves tho right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, April 19, 1912.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST CIRCUUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS IN
3ay and Night Service.
HOT WEATHER FOOTWEAR
In the tamoua
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel. King and Bethel
great Washing ooda, med
Hospitals and the Home.
Cheaper than Pearllne.
8ANITARY 8TEAM LAUNDRY.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ADMINISTRA
in tho matter of tho Estate of Senjl
ro Odo, Deceased.
ON READING AND FILING the Pe
tltlon -f T. Odo of Honolulu, Hawaii!
alleging that Senjlro Odo of Honolulu,
Hawaii, died intestate at NIhoJIma
Mura, Japan, on the 6th day of March,
A. D. 1912, leaving property within
tho jurisdiction ot this Court ncces
sary to bo administered upon, and
praying that Letters of Administra
tion Issue to T. Odo.
IT IS ORDERED, that Tuesday, the
18th day of June, A. D. 1912, at
o'clock A. M.., bo and herpby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition In
tho Court Room of this Court in tho
Judiciary Building in tho City and
County of Honolulu, at which tlmo nnd
place all persons concerned' may ap
pear and show causo, If any they have,
why Eald Petition should not be
Dated Honolulu, April 11th, 1912
By the Court:
(Seal.) J. A. DOMINIS,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho Firat
GEO. S. CURRY, 846 Kaahumanu St,
Attorney for Potltloner.
4ts Apr. 12, 19, 26, May 3.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH SHEIUM-' OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, or hit
Doputy; the Sheriff of tho City and
County of Honolulu or his Deputy:
YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon Goo Wan Hoy; Enoch Johnson
Kamaka Stlllman; Rose Mclnerny.
wife of E. A. Mclnerny; E. A. Mcln
erny; Carl On tnl; George D. Robin
son; Georgo T. Robinson; J. A. Ma
goon; Llllkalanl; Thomas Lalakca;
Rose K. Alau; Lura Chan; Chins
Kwau Khl; Wong Leong; Harry Doo
Joe; Japaneso Benevolent Society, a
corporation; W. O. Smith, S. M. Da
mon, E. Faxon Bishop, Albert F. Judd
and Alfred W. Carter, Trustees un
der the will and ot tho Estate of Bcr
nice Pauahl Bishop, deceased; John
Doe, Mary Roe; Jane Blue, and John
Black, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants and respondents, in
case they shall fllo written answer
within twenty days after service here
of to be and appear before the said
Circuit Court at tho term thereof
pending Immediately after tho expira
tion of twenty days after service here
of; provided, however, If no term be
pending at such time, then to be and
appear before the said Circuit Court
at the next succeeding term thereof,
to wit, the January 1913 Term there"
of, to be holden a't tho City and boun
ty of Honolulu on Mouday, the 13th
day of January next at 10 o'clock
m., to show cause why the claim
of the Territory of Hawaii, plaintiff,
should not be awarded to it pursu
ant to tho tenor of Us annexed Peti
tion. And have you then ther thlq
Writ with full return of your pro
WITNESS the Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid.
this 16th day of February. 1912
(Seal) (Sgd.) J. A. DOMINIS.
Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County ot Honolulu. )
I, J. A. DOMINTS, Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory ot Hawaii, do hereby
cerury that tho foregoing la a full,
true and correct copy of the original
summons In the case of Territory of
Hawaii, by Marston Campbell, Sup
erintendent of Public Works vs. Goo
Wan Hoy, et ah, as the same an-
pears of record and on file in the of
nee of the Clerk of said Court.
I further certify that the petition
prays the condemnation for use as a
public highway of tho foil' wing de
scribed land, sltuato In the City and
Lounty of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, to wit:
Beginning at a point in the south
west property line of Kuaklnl Street,
which point Is Azimuth 318 46' 677.26
feet from the line between the Gov
ernment Street Survey Monument on
Liliha Street at the northeast corner
of School Street and the monument
above Kuaklnl Street, opposite Kuna
wal Lane, which survey lino Is seven
men at) onset rrom the now
soum-east property lino of Liliha
Street, thence running by true nzi
muth and distances as follows:
1. 47" 10' 544.2 feet In a s'tralght
lino to a point, thence: In
curved lino to the left having a
radius of 920.0 feet;
2. 42" 39' 144.63 feet direct bear
ing nnd distance, thence;
3. 38 .09' 120.02 feet in a straight
lino to a point thence: In a curved
lino to tho right, having a radius
of 876.0 feet;
4. 44 29' 193.04 feet direct bearing
and distance, thence;
5. 50 49' 131.47 feet to a point In
mo nortn-east property lino of
School Street which point is nzi
muth 322 29' 708.5 feet from
the government street survey line
on Liliha Street, thonco;
6. 322 45' 50.0 feet along tho north
east property lino of School
Street and across Frog Lane to a
7. 230 49' 133.0 feet in a straight
line to a point, thence: In a
curved line to the left, having a
radius of 925.0 feet;
8. 224 29' 204.07 feet direct bear
ing, and distance, thence;
9. 218 .09' 120.02 feet In a straight
line to a point, thence: In a
curved lino to the right having a
radius of 870.0 feet;
10. 222 39' 136.77 feet direct bear
Ing and distance, thenco;
11. 227 10' 542.9 feot in a straight
lino to a point in the aouth west
property line of Kuaklnl Street,
12. 138 46' 50.0 feet along tho south
west property lino of Kuakini
Street to the point of beginning;
Containing an area of 56,787.0
All persons having any Interest in
tho land sought to bo condemned aro
hereby warned that unless they ap
pear at said Court on or before Au
gust 5th, 1912, they "will bo forever
or any judgmont entered thoreon.
IN WITNESS WIIKUKOF, I have
hereunto sot my hand nd affixed tho
seal of sold Circuit Court, this 11th
day ot April, 1912.
seal of Bald Circuit Court, this 2ru
day of March, 1912. '
(Seal) J. A DOMINIS,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the First
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Attorney Qeuoial, and
Deputy Attorney General Attor
ney for Potltloner.
Trunks and baggage hauled to all
parts of the city. Agents for Laun
dry, called for and delivered. Phone
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
No. 20 Beretanla St., near Nuuanu.
All kinds ot Hats Cleaned and
Blocked. Wo sell tho latest styles ot
Porto Rico, Panama and Felt Hate.
All work guaranteed. Called for and
delivered on short notice PrlceB
FELIX TURRO, Specialist.
Honolulu, T. H.
TW STEALS & FOSTER
It la the quality ot cotton used and the
way they are made that give Stearns A
Foster Mattresses their perfect comfort and
wonderful life. An exclusive "web process."'
Let us show them to vou today.
We arc sole agents
J. HOPP & COMPANY.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRU8T CO.,
The kind thai is NOT lye-peeled.
, M. LEVY & CO., : Distributors.
Should makp it an unalterable
rule to deposit in a Savings
Account each pay day some
part of his wages. No matter
how small this regular deposit
is, It will soon amount to
enough to provide comfort In
One dollar will open an account
and Interest Is paid.
BANK of HAWAII, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus,
MAT'S OLD KONA COFFEE,
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & CO.
taking a policy of Ufa Insur
ance in any other company
ask to see the
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COM.
PANY OF B08TON, MA8.
an( compare the many ad
rantacei It offers with thoi
el other companlei.
Castle & Cooke.
Y. WO 8ING CO.
Groceries, .Fruits, Vegetables, Etc
Butter 85o lb.; Fresh Dried Fruits.
1186-1188 Nuuanu Street
barred from contesting said petition Telephone 1034.' Box IS1
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