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Is nn Ideal summer beverage. It's flavor s
incomparable and It is as, pure ns it can pos
sibly be- If you haven't tried It, order tt
case and find 1'1 'low good it is.
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This article is well known, and that it is
put up by Borden's is warranty
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-FOR SALE. BY-
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CoKvlcted Koreans
Sometime ago the Advertiser pub'
lished a picture of tbe arrested Ko'
reatt murderers in custody of Cbester
Doyle. This picture was republished,
when the execution occurred, the
names of the men as given by Doyle
in the first instance being repealed.
and the fact of execution or im
prisonment noted in each case..
Now comes Mr. A. Horner, of the
Kttkaiau Plantation Co., to state.
tha three of the pictured prisoners,,
two of whom arc supposed to be u
,'prison' for fifteen years and one of
whom are supposed to have been
executed! n Oabu prison are " alive
and kicking" on the Kukaiau plan
tation. Mr. Homer suggests i case
of mistaken identity. The situation
is certainly queer, for the men ap-
pearingin the picture in-custody of
Mr. Doyle are the ones he reported
under arrest as the murderers,
Either the wrong men were con
victed, or the wrong men were
hanged, or the wrong menhad their
pictures taken. We leave it to
Carl Smith which is correct and in
the meantime apologize to the un
hanged and uuimprisoncd for the
inadvertent use of their pictures.
Advertiser.
High Sheriff Henry tells the Star
what of course there can be no doubt
of that: "As far as the hanging,
and imprisonment is concerned,
there is no question about inden
tity. "Wo had the best inter
preters and "used every care, ns is
necessary when one has a number
of men who speak only a foreign
tongue. The men that were hanged
were shown by their own statements
to the interpreters and ministers to
be the right ones, and the men now
at-hard labor are equally welH
dentified. There were probably
some mistakes in tbe names of
those in the published pictures."
' ESUAt'KH'kJONVHJT L'AMMT.
Lepeji, Transferred FromillllotliORft
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. Lopez, the -Porto- Rican-convict
wlifc escaped nbout two or three
taouths'ince, .was captured at Wtf
lalua, Oahtt on Sunday June 17.
He has been in theneighborhood
of WaiaUin almost ever since he
escaped.' Ono day he wasat the
Waialuacourt bouse seeing a pos
ter with,, his picture- on. it, and an-
offei'-of a xevvard for his recapture.
he tore the -poster down into bits.
In -soma way hcwns -able to
seoure'one of thsso posters, and he
made a sort of an imitation
police badge' out of a piece of a tin
can, vvrtu' mis- uaugc -uc wuuiu
gb into Japanese camps and claim
to be' a Porto ' Rican policcnian
looking, for .the Porto Rican IopejH
who-.fead escapedv He would show
the-badge as-proof of -his authority
and. the picture of the-wantcd jIo
pczns corroborative evidence. In
this way he would' coerce the' Japa
nese into e'tvintr him' food - and-
small lamountvof money
He-had been living-in a deserted
sback.iiear. -onc-of the- pumping
stations on the Waialua plantation.
Lopez was armed .with a revolver
and -a knife,-- blithe was-sized before
he had a chance to take a -shot at
tbcofiicers.- It is not-known how
heprocured- therevolver or kuife.
Het had' quite a supply of ammunition.
HeiisJooked.on-by'tbe sheriff's
force as poor miserable specimen of
humaujtyj
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Whcu purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
thenuame-'of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article1.
A'large 'stock of our Diamond A and our
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Is -kept' constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
prices, pus only freight and actual expenses,
By.Our.Hllo Agents,
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IT IS AN OLD ADAQE WHICH SAYS:
"What You .Leave at Yowr Death, kot.lt be, Without
Controversy, Elso the Lawyers will 'be Your Heirs"
Life policies in favor of wife and children are exempt from the claims
of creditors, to a certain amount, and free from the .vexatious legaUde...
lavs. It 13 better to have your wealth in Life Insurance-.tbaniin.any
other-way no one can contest that.
A BERMANIUIFE INSMCEWY
Will protect your wife and family, and support them when death has
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Managers Germaria Life Insurance Co. for .Hawaii .
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Virtues .of lOkoloMo.,.
"One. of tbe, most. important un
developed industries,'' sayithc ptor.
moters 1 of the Kobala . Okolebao
distillery, "one. in. which) there is
more money than there :was in. Su.
gaj, in.. its . palmiest days is lying,
dqrmant: viz: the. distilling of tbe
indigenous vegetable growth, -Ti1
root, into .itb aromitic spirituous
liquor known the native name of
okolebao.
"Okolebao. is an alcoholic spirit
of exceptional purity, and possesses
a uavor ot itsowu wuicn. immeiua?i
tely commends it to, tbe palate of
the connoisseur.
i "The placing) of this highly ap
predated beverage on. .the. market
will be a welcome addition to the
wine list of the opulent, and also
of inestimable 1 benefit" to those
Whose taste, is beincv.vitiated iand
bealth ruined, by the partaking -of
adulteratea liquors ot a pernicious
character.
"The corporation now being or
ganized is aboutAa erect a distillery)
in conformity ,wth lederalanditerri-
.torial legislation,, for the purpose
of manufacturing okolebao, and,
also-tor other industrial purposes-
Mj "Followjng'Closely on okolebao
may be classified Aaypana.
"This.-a liqueur-wbich combines
an unrivalled fragrance with a cura
tivenelementr-beingian 1 infallible!
antidote for dyspepsia'.
"Thef plant fr)hJ wbiph the
liqueur is prepared is a native of
the Amazon valley; and, a century
ago, was so jealously guarded. by !
the inhabitatUS, that a death. . sen-,
tence was the, penalty (or. exportation.
After ,Sve years et, untiring.)
efforts, tbe plant has been.. intro
duced into Hawaii, and is now be-ing'propagated-with
successt
"The cultivation of vanilla .-in
Hawaii has passed, the experimea-,
ta( stage. In no country are more
luxuriant vines to be found andthe
prpduct equals, if not surpasses,
the much prized Mexican bean.'
"By manufacturing an extract
of, uniform quality mid unquestion
able purity, thcCorpoatiou's Ex-.
tract of Hawaiian Vanilla will, in
1 a short time, acquire a world-wide!
reputation.
J "The. manufacture of choice cor
I dials, elixirs, essences, and other
extracts from, the 'aforementioned
products, will come within . tbe
lacope of the. Corporation opera-
1 tians.
I "The corporation has acquired
! the right of purchase- of twenty
'eight acres afland.situated.inJCoua,
fUwaii, which .is replete with Ti
rroot, andi:on whichttheidistiHery
wilUbe erectedii'i-Advrtiswv4
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Maul Items
ThoMasonioXodgO'building at
Kahuluiiis nearing. completion, and.
the.BaldwiUfNdtional Sank expects
to get into its permanent quarters
by. the .endi-of July. The Lodge
rooms will- not.rbe finished' until
some time after .that..
Mtt H. 1 Wb Baldwin,, theUnion.
Oil.Cp.'s representative at Kahului
hsa.been granted a leave of absence
aadexpects to leave for tbe coast
wjtbLiihis'jwife within a fewAveeks
fora twoimonths.Vvacation
HaleakaJa.Ranch Co. are doing
considerable work. extending their
pipe line into the woods .just below
PttiT.Nianiauv ou the - mountain,
to increase their water supplyi
. Mr R'. Ki Bonhie, the Edison
moyjugipicture man, was expected
in Maui last week. on. his way back
fronti: Hawaii to take pictures. of
.Haleakala, of Iao Valleyi of scenes
aloug!:tbe , big Koolau rditoh out
Keanae. way. andiof other interest
ingn'.potutsi The . people: of Maui
expected to entertain Mr -Bonine
during -his stay; on tbeiislandfree
of allicosti.to bim
J., P.- Cookfetandiamily are ex
pected on Maui, the .latter part of
tl)i9. mouth and will spend'several
months at their summer' home,
KjUlamanu, in;Kulat
CaRailiaii-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co.
Steamers of tbe above line running la connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu
Suva and Brisbane, Q.j arc dUO at Honolulu ou or about th: dates below
stated, via:
Prom Vaacouyer and Victoria B. C.
For Brisbane, Q,, and Sydney)
MAHBNO JUNE a
MIOWERA JUNE 30
AORANOI , JULY 28
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.
MIOWERA MAY 30
AORANGI IUNE 27
MAHENO JULY 35
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," Is now running daily
BETWEEN - VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run In 100 hourr.
without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe
For freight.and passage, and all general information, apply to
Theo.H. Davles & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
Dredfrlug ,at .KnUulul.,
, Capt. J.,R. Parker, in charge of,
the dredging operations. at Kahului,
leftor Sa.n. Francisco by.rtbe,Ne-
braskan last .week, .and it is reported
that.be goes for the. purpose, of try-i
tog Jtq.get. the Pacific Dredging. Co.,
toi take, over the work at Kahului
from bis company.
Whether Captain Parker's com
pany is trying to get rid of the. con
tract or not, it is. known that they
.have been v.makiug efforts toward
securing Jhe,service3 of the dredger;
Pacific. The Reclamation seems
to. have been doing., fair work,: but.
the experts do notseem to be t satis
fied. Many delays have been
causedjby the breaking of .the digger,
and it is said that 'the dredger is
'not powerful enough for the work,
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Ah Old Maxlm-Applied td a Modern
Keihedy.
"Everyone speaks of the feast as
he finds, it,!' is a maxim of the
Portuguese. Judging by. the letters
Lreceived-vfrom people all. over the
country! praising - Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, it is evident- this remedy
bas,been;lound satisfactory. It is 1-
thevbeatt known remedy for- diar-1
rhoea,' and no case has yet been
reported where if ba failed to give
relief, and it has Uteri in general,
use .for. morerthana .quarter of a
century; For rte by Hiltf- Dttig
Co,
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