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R HAWAIIAN STAR. MONDAY, AIMIL 11, 1IW.
Hawaiian Opera House j f Engineering & Construction Co.
MAY TO SO, IDOL
On the Polo Grounds,
High Balls Hade Harmless.
SOCIETY HAS TAKEN TO POLO AND BECOME ENTHUSED
OVER ITS ATTRACTIONS IN A WAY NOT PREVIOUSLY KNOWN
IN TUB ANNALS OP OUTDOOR RECREATIONS. THIS SCOT
TISH GAME HAS BROUGHT WITH IT A KNOWLEDGE OF THE
HIGH-BALL AND ITS PROPER USE AT THE CLUB HOUSE AFT
ER THE FATIGUES OF THE GAME.
PHYSICIANS MAY DIFFER AS TO THE BENEFIT OF ALCO
HOL WHETHER IT BE A FOOD OR STIMULANT, BUT HOW
EVER MUCH THEY MAY DIFFER IN THIS, THEY ARE ALL
AGREED THAT IF LIQUOR MUST BE TAKEN, IT IS ROBBED
OF HARMFUL EFFECTS IF DILUTED WITH WHITE ROCK OR
IN THE FORM OF A "HIGH-BALL," AS IT IS CALLED. TO BE
PERFECT A HIGH-BALL SHOULD ALWAYS BE MADE WITH.
White Rock Water
WHITE ROCK MAKES GRAPE JUICE, MILK. LEMONADE AND
STILL WINES, SPARKLING, DELICIOUS AND HEALTHFUL.
NO FLAT BOTTLES.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.. AGENTS.
Bottled for family use ana is absolute
ly the best spring tonic made.
Will prepare and Invigorate your sys
tem for the warm weather.
'PhOIlG to the Brewery for
Who will do it?
You are going to have your house
Papered, Painted or Decorated.
Who's going to do it?
No one does or can do better work
than we. Investigation proves that
few do as good.
All we ask for 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 squarest
Office: Union Street, opp. Bell Tower.
Ju. F. Morgan President
Cecil Brown Vice-President
F. Hue t ace..- Secretary
Chas. H. Athetton Auditor
W. H. Hoogs....Treas. and IT-.r.
TELEPHONE MAIN 28B.
QUEEN STREET '
DEALERS I IV
Steam and Blacksmith
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Special attention given to
ALSO, WHITE AND BLACK SAND
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
Kahikinui Meat Market
Fruits and Vegetables
BERETANIA ST., COR. ALAK -i.
Also at the
Fish Market, Stalls 1 9and 20
Phone Blue 2511.
WWII RAILWAY AND LAND GO'S
FROM AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1901
STATIONS. Dally , Dally
(Outward) ex. Sun. D.ly ex.Sua D'ly D'ly
' A,M, A.M. A.M.' P.M. P.M.
Honolulu 7:10 I:lfi 11:88 3:15 15:10
Pearl City 8:08 B:18 11:40 8:47 5-60
Kwa Mill fc38 10;fc 12:00 4:05 6:10
Walimao 10:M . 4:48 ....
Waltlua ai:fi5 .... 6:40 ....
Kahuku 1?:3 .... 0:15
(Inward) exlBun. D'ly D'ly D'ly
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Kahuku 6:86 .... 3:06
Walalua 8:10 .... M
Walanae 7:10, .... :
Kwa Mill 6:80 7:45 1.06 iOS
Pearl Oity 6:15 8:08 1:80 4:
Honolulu. 6:10 Si86 2:05 5:36
F. O. Smttii,
Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Aet
Advertise your Waits In the Star.
a case. Mail! 341
G. IRWIN Sl CO.
"Western Susar Refining Company of
San Francisco, Cal.
Baldwin Locomotive Works of
Ph lelphla, Penn.
Newell Universal Mill Company
(National Cane Shredder),
New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertilizers
High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and
Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fer
tilizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Cars.
Also Offer for Sale
Paraflne Paint Co.'s P. St B. Paints and
Lucol and Llnse d Oils, raw and bolleu.
Indurlne (a cold water paint) in 'white
Filter Press Cloths, Cemc Lime and
We have received on tin- ri. S. "Sierra"
1,200 paper NOVELS
20c. to 50c.
1 GOLDEN IE uzur
156 HOTEL STRELT,
Note Heads, Dill Heads, Statements
and Fine Commercial Printing at the
IBergstrom Music Co,, Ltd
PROGRESS BLOCK i
A brief Season of 12 performances only and first appearances In
Honolulu of the eminent actor,
Mil. FREDERICK WARDE
and his distinguished organisation, who will present the following clas
sic and Shapegpearean repertoire:
T"ht 'I Virginim I "ttfffi" I Macbeth
iThiHounttbink aXNr Litn's Mouth
&?ir Julius Cmir rXht Damon&Pythiai
XT King Lair Will Annoanced Later
n&bt Othillo Will Announced Later
W I Merchant of Yenlce RnyNr1spp0'IaFrlraevre,,
I 1 Hon rice later
N. B. Mr. Warde and his Company sail for San Francisco Tues
day, May 27th.
COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTIONS, ARMOUR. COSTUMES, 1
ETC., SPECIALLY BROUGHT FOR EA.CH PLAY.
SCALE OF PRICES:
Entire Lower Floor, $1.50; Family Circle, $1.00;
Loges, 10 00; Boxes, $15.00
SUBSCRIPTION SALE J OPENS APRIL 26TH. AT
NICHOLS CO. REGULAR SALE OF SEATS MAY 1ST.
Seats Ordered by Mall of TelepHone will be laid aside In the order
received, but none will be held after May 1.
PRINCESS WINS RACE
CROSSED LINE SIXTEEN MINUTES
TO THE GOOD.
Cupid's New Boat Sailed Away From
Rest Good Breeze, Full Moonlight
and Fish Chowder for Yatchsmen.
A fair attendance of members turned
out to the yacht cruise on Saturday and
enjoyed the hospitality of the club
house. The mosquito proof rooms were
much appreciated and the chowder
with Captain Chris Johnson In the gal
ley, was enjoyed to the last mouthful.
It was perfect yachting weather, both
Saturday and Sunday, and the race
down and the cruise back were all that
could be desired. Judge Wilcox In the
Hawaii came from Honolulu Sunday.
Commodore Hobron sailed the Gladys
round the lochs yesterday morning, re
turning with his crew in the Hawaii.
The club has a new set of code signals
which were used for the first time. A
crowd of non-members visited the lochs
In the Two Brothers and the Water
witch was down Saturday with Dr.
Cofer, Bishop Nichols and n small party
Owing to some blasting In the Bishop
slip at two o'clock, the start of the
boats was delayed for half an hour.
Only four, the Princess, Vl-ke, Myrtle
win runmiami lined up for the race.
Both the side-walk bonus (remained
home under stress of their owners' cir.
cumstances. The Olo accompanied the
racers part of the way and the Sham
rock, with a dingy tender In tow sailed
down without serIously competing. She
made excellent time however and Is en
titled to six points If she cares to claim
There was some clever jockeying at
the stnrt, Prince Cupid in particular
showing smartness in handling. The
five minute gun was fired at 2:40 and
the start made at 2:45, the boats cross
ing the line in the following order:
Princess, Vl-ke, Myrtle, Hlhimanu.
Skipper Dow In the Abbey M. acted as
stake boat off Walkikl.
The various points in the race were
passed as fojjows: Spar Buoy: Princess,
2:49; Myrtle. 2:40.50; Hlhlmnnu, 2:49.52;
Vl-ke, 2:50; Kahuna, 2:51.10. Bell buoy:
Princess, 2:53.30; Myrtle, 2:54.60; Vlke,
2:55; Hlhimanu, 2:55.10; Kahuna, 2:66.
On the run to the stake boat, the Prin
cess, which out-sailed the fleet from the
start, made a mistake in running in,
while the rest made the stake boat In
one tack. The Vl-ke rounded the stake
boat first at 3:18.30; Myrtle, 3:19; Prin
cess, 3:19 20; Hlhimanu, 3:22; Kahuna,
The straight leg to the Pearl Harbor
bar brought the boats back past the
buoys as follows. Bell buoy: Princess,
3:37; Vl-ke. 3:39.50; Myrtle, 3:41.02; Hl
himanu, 3:4a,5; Kahuna, 3:46. The
Abbey M., after hauling In anchor
started after the smnller craft and
with her new set of sails made good
time down, finishing hard at the heels
of the racers. Spar buoy: Princess,
3:39.68; Vl-ke, 3:45.29; Myrtle. 3:47.10;
Hlhimanu, 3:49.12; Kahuna, 3:62.30. Af
ter leaving the spar buoy the Olo, which
had been keeping well in touch with all
the boats except the Hlncess, sailed
for home. The Princess, using her
spinnaker as a balloon Jib, rapidly out
footed the rest rounding the dredger
Into the channel nearly fifteen minutes
ahead. At the finish she crossed the
lino sixteen n.lnutes and ten seconds
ahead of the Myrtle, making the whole
trip of some fifteen miles, in two hours
and two minutes sailing time, the fast
est yet made locally by any boat In her
clans and perhaps in the yachting asso.
The times at the finish as olllcially
taken and registered are: Princess, 4:42;
Myrtle, 4:58.10; Vl-ke, 5:00.10; Hlhimanu
5:01.05. All the racers, except the Hlhi
manu shaved the shark pen too closely
and lost a few seconds getting out of
the way of the reef. The Shamrock
would have been up with the last three
boats nnd possibly ahead of them had
the heavy tender not been towing be
hind. The Myrtle sailed back to Ho
ndlulu immediately after crossing the
Y. M. C. A. ANNIVERSARY.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion of Honolulu, will celebrate the
thirty-third anniversary of its organi
zation at Its hall this evening at 8
o'clock. There will be addresses by
Bishop Nichols, the retiring president
T. Cllve Davles, and the new president,
J. B. Atherton. There will be reports
by Secretary Brown, and Physical Di
Adwtls" your wants .n the Star.
The Territorial Band under the di
rection of Captain Berger will give Its
first concert after Its return from Maul
at Emma Square at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. The following Is the program.
Overture "SemlramI Je," Rossini
Chorus "Tannhauser" Wagner
Grand Selection "II Trovatore"... Verdi
(a) "Aanoe o Koloa."
(b) "Ol Hoi Hn."
Miss J. ICelllaa.
(d) "Makanl o Kohala."
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection "Musical Review".. ..Itlvlero
March "The Stars and Stripes For
Waltz "Tender Kisses" Waldteufel
Polka "Pollchinelle" Fahrbach
"Star Spangled Banner."
BUTZKE In Honolulu, April 20, 1902,
to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butzke, a
HAPAI-POMEROY At the parsonage
of the First Foreign church, Hllo,
April 14, 1902, Rev. J. A. Cruz'an offi
ciating, Louise, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. E. Pomeroy, to C. Edward
KAULIA At his home. King street
and Asylum Road, Honolulu, April
20, 1902, of heart disease James Ke
auiluna Kaulla, a native of Holua
loa, Konn, Hawaii, born August 16,
I860. He was the son of G. W. nnd
Eva Lalona, but when 2 years old
was adopted by his uncle Asa Kau
lla, afterwards District Magistrate
for Koolau. James K. Kaulla at
tended Kawalhal and the Royal
schools; was admitted to practice
law In 1887. In 1896, he was elected
president of the Aloha Aina, nnd
with David Kalauokalanl, John
Richardson and the late William
Auld he went to Washington during
the session of Congress of 1S97-8 rep
resenting the native Hawaiian pa
triotic societies. Since the organiza
tion of Hawaii as a territory he has
been prominent In the Home Rule
party. Ho achieved some notoriety
by a speech repeated a number of
times in political campaigns In which
he said, "Kill the Snakes," In ex
pressing his opposition lp those who
brought about annexation.
Kaulla married Maria Kauki In
1879. Seven children were born of
the union of whom only one, J. K.
Kaulla, Jr. with the widow survives.
The funeral will be held next oun
day and will be arranged by the
executive committee of the Home
HIND AND LOW.
Answer to His
Eben Low on Saturday filed his an
swer to the suit brought against him
by Robert -Hind, In which the latter
nsks for a dissolution of co-partnership
and makes many complaints
about his partner's treatment of lilm.
Low says that the ranch In dispute
has been built up to Its present value
of $100,000 by his own efforts and that
there are sentimental reasons why It
is of far greater value to lilm that than
to Hind or anyone else. All the im
provements, trees, houses, fences, etc..
were put up by the defendant, nnd It
Ix through Ills care and careful efforts
that the valuable thoroughbred stocks
have been produced. The answer says:
"AH these, and many other considera
tions which it is Impossible to detail,
give to this ranch and property a value
to defendant It could under no circum
stances possess for any other person;
so that a sale of this defendant's In
terest In sld property In which he has
spent the prime of his life In creat
ing would be a crushing blow to de
fendant, for which there could be no
adequate pecuniary compensation."
THE ANNIE PARKER ESTATE.
Judge Humphreys appointed J. J.
Dunne guardian ad litem of Annie T.
K. Parker, pending the decision of the
Supreme Court in the matter of the
McBryde, Walalua and Oahu Rnllway
bonds investments. Guardian Carter
has appealed from Humphreys' deci
sion, and the court holds that in this
his actions are opposed to the interests
of the ward and that therefore an
other guardian should be appointed.
HILO, April 18. Tenders are now out
for preliminary excavations to be made
Reams 008, BOB, BIO Stangenwald Building,
All classes of Engineering work solicited. Examination, Murray
and Heports made for any clang of Waterworks, Steam and Kleclrto!
Construction. Plans and flpeclrk itlong and Estimates prepared, m4
Construction Superintended In ell branches of Engineering Work. Oea
traota solicited for Railroads, electric and steam: Tunnels, Brlriftwi,
'Buildings, Highways, Foundations, Piers, Wharves, etc.
SPECIAL ATTENTION "Iven to Examinations, Valuation, a4
Reports of properties for investment purposes. '
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
In Orange Tree Gulch and Laauohnla
flulch, to repair the damage done by
the last heavy storm. Two sixty toot
bridges will have to be erected before
the road is in good condition although
It In possible to make tlte trip- through
with a light carriage. At Kukalau it
lias been possible to use the old road,
so that the new road there will not be
repaired until the last thing. Hllo Tri
bune. SCHOOL INSPECTOR.
At the last meeting of the Board of
Education the resignation of Samuel
Kelllnol, traveling Inspector for the
Island of Maul was accepted. Charles
E. King of Kamehameha Manual has
been appointed In his place.
The committees of men who are ar
ranging for the Hawaiian reception to
Bishop Nichols will meet In the Sunday
school room this evening at 7:30 p. m.
The reception will take place tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock. It Is hoped that
all Hawaiian members of the church
Advertise your wants In the Star.
For a quiet rest and a pleasant
Sunday, the attractions at the
Inn nre unsurpassed. Finest
surf bathing and canoeing on the
Excellent cu e and the best
L H. DEE - Prop.
W. Beswick, -manager.
Edmond Johnston, Steward.
Miss Mary Smith, Stewardess.
TAKE THE CAR TO WAI
KIKI. A Line of
Some special goods we have
from a famous Eastern manu
facturer, of exceptional beauty
prices up to $2.60 per roll. Our
stock of the new
Is the handsomest' we have yet
handled and will not disappoint
anyone desiring the very best.
Art designs aro by well known
artists and consists of their best
Call and see the stock, you
will be welcome.
n i cm,
FORT STREET, - HONOLULU
Always on Hand
FANCY CUTLERY. CUT GLASS,
EVERYTHING IN THE
LINE OF HARDWARE.
P. O. Box 609.
39 N. King St. Tel. Main 381
The Yon Hamm-Yonng Co,, Ltd,,
Queen Street, Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Salolse Insurance O
Union a as Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
CASTLE & C00IE, LIMITED
The Ewa Plantation Compasy.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Lit.
The Kohala Sugar Compaav
The Walmea Sugar Mill Cosip&ay,
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Leak, K4k
The Standard OH Company. ,, .
The G rge F. B ke Steam Pu .
The New England Mutual Life Iiwg
ance Company of Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance Company g
Hartford, t onn.
The Alliance Assurance Company fel
Dandruff Is a disease. Not a naturgf
condition of the scalp. Thu itching, the
irritation, the white Hakes on tho
clothes, the rapid loss of hair each in
dlcato tho disorder and Us end bald
ness. No matter what caused your
dandruff, bow long you have lrad It, oo
how severo It is, Pachcco's Dandruff
Killer is a positive uure. ,
PACHECO'S DANDUUFF KILLER.
Sold by all druggists nnd at the Union
Barber Shop, Telephone Main 232.
CASTLE & C00KE. LIM1TEI)
Life and Fire
tW AGENTS FOI1 JtJ ,
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAJ,
LIFE INSURANCE CO,
EIRE INSUFIArCE CO
OF HARTFORD. CONN.
Ladies and Girls
TEA SETS, ETC.
Telephone 3311 White.
Corner oi Nuunu and Hotel Street.
Now GoocIb Received
By Every Steamer