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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1900.
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For desirable homes In all parts of the
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate Agent,
Weekly Board $5.00,
Heals 25 Cents.
Hotel Street, opposite Waverley Block,
Kapa, Calabashes, Lels, Native Hats,
Hula Skirts, Nllhau Mats', Fans,
Shells. Seeds, etc. Home-made Pol
constantly on hand. Mending done
neatly, and Cut Flowers furnished by
THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE,
Cor. Hotel and Union Streets, Honolulu.
The Yon Hamm-Young Co,, Ltd,
Queen Street, Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Fort Stroot, In!
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Only White Help Employed
HARRY KLEMME, Manager.
No Oil, No Wick,
No Liquid, No Wires
A Child and Operate.
Made in highly polished hard
wood Anyone whoever has occasion to
arise In the night cannot afford to he
without one. Especially valuable to
ladles with small children.
Most serviceable electric light yet In
vented. Of use to everyone. Can be
used In wine cellars, oil tanks, or placed
In a keg of gun powder without dan
Ruby Lamps for
We have Just received the finest line
of serviceable electrical goods ever
brought to this city.
oard of Health Page 1
Kona SURnr Co Pafje 1
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
E. Peck & Co Page 1
Jas. F. Morgan Page 5
lilts of Parngrnplts that Giro Con
densed Jiotes of the Day.
Company A elects a captain this ev
High tide tomorrow at 4:32 a. in. anu
:40 p. ni.
There will not be a meeting of the
Council of State this afternoon.
The tlfteenth day since the last plague
death will begin at 11 o'clock tonight.
Mrs. Frazler will act as principal ot
Kalulanl school the balance of this
A nart of the trouble about the city s
plumbing may have to be referred to
The Naked Truth, the local adver
tising Journal, has been Issued for the
The band will play at Emma Square
this afternoon, and on Makee Island
The Board of Health warns all per
sons against meddling with any trap,
snare or bait laid for rats.
All the papers In the big suit of Ho-
gan's minstrels against the steamship
Mlowera have been signed.
Concerts will he given by the band at
Emma Square this afternoon, and on
Makee Island tomorrow afternoon.
The list of officers who will serve
E. Peck & Co., Ltd., for the ensuing
year Is published In this Issue.
Notice of assessment o. s or ten per
cent on the assessable stock of Kona
Sugar Company, appears In this Issue.
George Ashley is out after a long
and severe Illness. He expects to re
sume his work at Bishop and Co's next
Paymaster Url, of the Health Board's
finance committee, will sail oy tne
Australia for his home In San Fran
cisco. Philadelphia's Saturday Evening
Post of March 31 contains an able arti
cle by John T. Morgan on the Nicara
A. Gummerson. ungiisnman, a man
who has been a conspicuous character
at the Insane Asylum for several years,
Is dead. He was 70 years of age.
At 2 o'clock the American llag was
hoisted over the new Elite building
on Hotel street. Carpenters and ma
sons will then have a luau In the house
A sale of delinquent ICamalo stock
Is advertised in this Issue. The day
was purposely set for the 25th, to allow
a meeting of the stockholders uerore
Emnloves of the postofflce had a va
cation yesterday. That is. they closed
the windows and worked Inside. That
Is about the kind of holidays they nave
been cett ne Of late.
Josenh Gllman. administrator oi tne
pstntR of the late John Phillips, has re
celved an pffer of $4,000 for tne piumi?
ing business and has asked the court
for permission to sell.
D. G. Camarinos, administrator oi tne
estate of the late P. G. Camarinos, has
been ordered to appear In court at 9:30
rext Wednesday morning and llle an
hivpntnrv nf the estate.
The lower lloor or tne rerrigerator at
the Hawaiian Electric Company s
works gave way Wednesday night, de
positing the contents or tne room upon
the crround. No one was hurt.
James Stelner is macadamizing
Adams' lane from Hotel street to Mrs.
Monsarrat's plate. He says tne uov
nrnment has been so slow about the
matter that he can wait no longer.
Emma Baker has filed a petition in
the Circuit Court for letters of ndmln
istration oi tne esuue oi ui mic nu
pill Baker, valued nt $6,000. There are
five heirs, the petitioner and four chil
On Monday morning the Cabinet will
consider the last resolution of the
Council of State In regard to the Court
of Claims. The resolution reached
President Dole at the end of Thursdays
meeting, too late to be taken up.
Irwin & Company display In their
business houe an Immense painting ot
the new steamer Sonoma, one of the
fleet of big steamers of the Oceanic
Steamship Company to ply between
San Francisco and the Colonies.
The petitions to open Beretanla
street from Nuuanu to the river has
been sidetracked on account of the lack
of funds to construct two side fences.
It Is understood that the Board or
Health will be asked to deal with the
HER MAJESTY IN DUBLIN.
DUBLIN, April 5. Queen Victoria
went out for a drive In Phoenix Park
during the afternoon as quietly as she
would have done In London. She bowed
In return to the frequent salutations.
Her Majesty did not enter the city
streets, and returned to Vlce-negai
Lodge for dinner.
HAVE HISTORIC NAMES.
West Virginia has three officials who
are namesakes of early presidents of
the United states. Tne mayor oi
Charlehtown Is George Washington, the
feherlft of Braxton county Is John
Adams, and the sheriff of Hampshire
county is James Monroe. Cincinnati
Fine Book and Commercial Printing
at the Star Ollice.
AT ALL GROCEKS
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IB Mil IIIIUI11I1UIUI1 llbllUt
The Warrlmoo came in this morning,
with two davs later news from Victo
ria, but there was In it nothing about
whnt I betnir done In Washington.
Many people were at the wharf hoping
to learn something aDout tne Hawaiian
bill, but though the vote was taken be
fore the Warrlmoo left no news about
it reached Victoria.
Isaac Testa was fined $10 and costs
yona j.iiinu Birewi.
SHANGHAI. April 5. The ominous
preparations by the Russian and Jap
anese war departments continue. The
Russians are making strenuous efforts
to fill Port Arthur with grain, even at
war panic prices, and are Importing
quantities of wheat from North China.
Japan has called out her naval re
serves for service during the approach
ing manoeuvres, when the entire Jap
anese fleet will be engaged.
ENIGMA FROM KIMBERLEY.
LONDON, April 6. This queer tele
gram comes from Kimoeriey: "April
Since the departure of the main hody
of troops, Lleut.-Colonel Chamler re
mains In command of garrison here."
The departure of any considerable
body of troops has heretofore been un
mentloned In the censored cables. Lord
Methuen was last reported at Klmber-
ley ten days ago, and the supposition
Is that he has advanced with his main
force from Klmberley and gone to the
relief of Mafeklng.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
..Fine Lot and Residence near
Thomas Sauare. The lot has a front-
nirfl on Beretanla street of 400 feet.
grounds tastefully laid out with shade
and fruit trees.
2. Fins Residence lot Kewalo street,
135 feet frontage, 260 feet deep.
3. Residence and Lot Klnau street,
Lot 175 feet front, 150 feet deep. Two
story house, stables and outhouses.
4. Peninsular Lot, 60 feet -water
frontage, 214 feet deep, area 14,000
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For further partlclars apply o.
CAMPBELL BLOCK, MERCHANT ST.
JAS. F. MO'KGAN
Auctioneer and Broker
33 Queen Street
P. 0. Box 594 Telephone 72 1
OFFICE HOY WAITED.
Must write a fairyland,
iiiuav iiiivc a tit ( 5, ,t
Eighteen Thousand Pianos a Year
Is the Sales of the CELEBRATED
A Uniformity In Workmanship
A Uniformity In Actljn
A Uniformity In Tono Quality
Best Pianos made for the Money
Yose & Steinway
Pianos in Stock
If vou are thinking of buying
Piano or Organ don't fail to see us. We
will give you better value for your
money then you can get elsewhere.
ILL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,
King Stroot, Honolulu
It baa become a recognized fact
Is the best there Is made. Noth
ing but perfectly FRESH and
KIPE FRUITS are used to pre
pare to our syrups.
THE PUBLIC RENDER US
" They are the ones to
Cor. King andTort Sts.
It is the Town Talk amongst
Business Men regarding the
Served by the
In their handsomely appoint
ed and delightfully cool Lanai.
Everything-is of the best and
at the most moderate cost.
Private Rooms assured
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HOBRDN DRUG CD
Breakfast. G till 9 a. m.
Lunch, sll till 2 p. m.
' -rs. OSWALD LTJTTED,
No. O Nuuanu Street,
Clothing made to order. Suits guar
anteed to nt. Latest styles.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at
- Note .Heads, Bill Heads, Statements
andtKlne CommercJaJ :&t&L&yei
1 Easter Opportunities
Direct from manufacturers in last three
weeks. Two Button, Blacks, Browns,
Tans, and Opera, j$l.2
Two and Three clasp in Black, Tans,
Modes, Grays and Opera,
The Kayser Tipped finger silk gloves.
A perfect fitting and surpassingly com-
fortable. glove for this climate. Black,
Tans, Modes, and Opera,
T cents, 1. and 4$1.2S&
Nearly 5,000 pieces received, from
which we have laid out a counter full of
wide fancies, now so popular, at
S cents a yard. ,
High Stock collars, in pink, sky, maize,
etc., 2 cents.
High Stock collars with dainty bows of
liberty silk, all colors, 0 cents.
. Jabets'-in high novelties of chiffbn-and
' lace, ' 1. to i&ZZ.'ZZZ
White Kid, several styles. Also colored
belts, including many new ideas in
leather and ornamentation.
Step cents and up.
WHITNEY k MAR
We have lust Dlaced on sale a
dren's Corsetsand Corset Waists of
are offering at exceptionally low
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ThNw Harmless Headache Remedy
BENSON, SMITH &CO., Ltd.
OF DRY GOODS
splendid line of ladles' misses', and chil
the celebrated Chicago G. D. make that we