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TM1 HAWAIIAN WAR, FRIDAY. APR1I, T5 IBf?.
There's a Time
Ahd now le the time to hiRlWhe
home More pleasant to live In by ,
from our superb stock.
Our prices you will find to be
NEXT TO COR. EMMA.
Plantation Property For .Sale
Mill machinery, complete or '-'Bart,
consisting of one 20"x60" 5 RoV Mill,
H. I. Wks. make, Putnam Er e, Vac
Pan, Double Effects, Clariflers, "Cen
trifugals, Vao Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land, Interest In Hul lands.
Houses, Work Animals, Carts, Har
ness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For particulars, apply to Mr. J. R.
Myers, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD.,
Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1002.
Advertisement Changed Mondays.
A7 STORE PULL
Means that there Is something doing and, a store always full' of
people shows that thero must be attractive offerings. Wo give-exceptional
values every week on certain goods and it will pay you
and your friends to call on us.
This Week's Offerings
50 pieces Zephyrs, lOo per yard.
Ladies' Plain and Fancy Hosiery, HALF PRICE.
A new line of White Washable Braid.-
:, Telephone White 3171
Special Sorglium Fertilizer,
Special Vegetable Fertilizer,
Special Lawn Fertilizer,
Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Co.
WORKS, KALIHI, OAHU
Qgads are Strictly Up-to-date
ON I TRANSIT LINE
We offer for ante At a very
low price the fine wtw five-bed
room him ae on the corner ot
AND KKWALO ST.
The lot 1ms frontages ot 135 and
LET US TALK
YOU ON TUB
We offer FOlt KENT the
house of John Walker No. 1020s
I'llkol St. This house has three
bedrooms, etc., etc. Servants'
House, Laundry, etc. Very com
plete. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Main 113.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
COFFEES, EXTRACTS, ETC.
OF THE ICON A ORPHANAGE
MUST BE CLOSED OUT BY,
THE END OF THE PRESENT
MONTH. OFFICE FIXTURES
IN WHOLE OR IN PART CAN
BE BOUGHT AT A BARGAIN.
REASON: MANAGER MUST
DEVOTE ENTIRE TIME TO
THE ORPHANAGE OWING
TO INCREASE OF INMATES.
G. R. HEMENW AY,
Office: Room 40G Judd Building.
TELEPHONE 314 MAIN.
Hotel St, Arlington Annex.
Next to A. A. Montano's
Forfc Street near Boretania
For Sale in Quantities to Suit hy
' Hume Interesting experiment fur the
iirtlllrliil production of rain by mean
nf Itt'trlrlty have been carried mil In
Japan. The prnhiiblllty of (creator mii
being obtained hy thin means, In
Hell of the system of dPtonntlng ex
ploitive In the upper air strata, has
often been advocated by scientist.
Th(s attempt by the Japanese, however,
I the firm practical effort to prove the
truth of this theory, and It was attend
i ed with conspicuous success. The trials
I were made In the Fukuahlma prefec
ture. Operations were commenced at
eleven In the evening, but there was
no sign of atmospheric chanire until 9
o'clock next morning, when a cluster of
1 clouds was observed over the hill on
i which the experiment was held. At
length rain began to fall, followed by
a second fall at 11 a. in., and after
wards a third, fourth, and llfth the
last being about 9:30 In the evening.
The area upon which the rain fell ex
tended over many miles. Scientific
AN ANARCHY BILL.
The Albany Legislature has sent to
the hands of Gov. Odell the Weekes bill
to suppress anarchism by legal penal
ties, in which the governor's recom
mendations have been followed. It In
creases the maximum penalty for at
tempts to kill from 10 to 25 years' Im
prisonment, but does not make It a
special crime to attempt a president's
life, as Tias been proposed. Springfield
CAN THEY DIG?
"Where will Uncle Sam get laborers
for his Isthmian canal?" asks an ex
citable exchange. What is the matter
with the Digger Indians? Chicago Tri
bune. Fine Book and Commercial Printing,
at the Star Ofllce.
What You Ought to Know
C a S a r a easily ranks first
as a laxative medicine, the only ob
jection to It has been a disagreeable
taste. Used first by the Indians of
California, It has been In constinfuso '
for hundreds of years, and with uni
formly good results. Now that mod
ern pharmacy has succeeded In elim
inating the disagreeable bitter portion
from this sovereign laxative bark
without In any way Impairing Us value
as a laxative it has been strongly ad
vocated by the leading members of the
medical profession throughout the
world. C a S a T a an elixir
manufactured from this bark, Is made
from bark at least three years old,
which has been properly cured In or
der that all the activity of the bark
might bo developed. This hark com
bined with vegetable aromatlcs and
stimulants produces the wonderful
remody known asCaSaraa
positives euro for constipation, torpid
IJver, weak bowels or deranged stom
ach, and will glvo immedlato relief In
all troubles due to these causes, such
as headache, sick headache, prickly
Jieat vertigo, etc.
This is not a cathartic of the old
style which leaves the user In worse
condition than before, it Is a true tonic
laxative, which not only removed the
cause of tho trouble, but tones up the
bowels and liver, giving now life and
vigor to tho whole system.
Be sure that, you get C 3.S 3, "
X a notice the spelling of the word
C Sb S a r a thero are thou-
sands of preparations of Cascara, but
only one genuine C a S SL 1 a
the best laxative medicine knewn.
Price 50c. Samples Jrce.
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Streets
P. O. Box 484
FOB TWO M LUONS
(Continued from page one,)
tlonn, u question which wan a hard one
to aimwer satisfactorily and at the
name time honestly. Mr. Dillingham
however stated his belief In Hawaii as
a sugar producing country and voiced
his thought that the larger and better
equipped plantation would despite free
sugar be paying ten or twelve per cent.
,Two years later the same conservative
men who thought the outlook gloomy
were writing to him that certain plan
tations were paying eight and ten per
cent. "Then," continued Mr. Dllllng-
' 1lQ ttl "fttlio lnf tiltWltti Jilt t nn n
imi x uun iuiiiiig uui ileal tjf a.
million dollars worth of sugar annual
ly. Now the duty on non-American
sugars Is $33.75 per ton a sum that ex
ceeds the probable cost of production
a few years hence. The general public
are fearful of bomling and look upon
Lsuch propositions with a very differ
ent eye to the way It Is looked at on
the mainland and elsewhere. It is the
same proposition as If a man who owns
land wished to build upon It and gives
a lien upon the land to raise the mo
ney for the house, afterwards provid
ing a sinking fund to repay the loan.
When plantations are Incorporated, the
stockholders should more generally
realize and understand the value and
necessity of later borrowing money up
,on a bond issue, for when the sub
scribed capital comes to an end during
thu,rroLrrpsH of onenlne un the nlrmtii-
i'tlon, bondholders do' not buy to fore
close hut to get the interest. Enough
Lbonds should be provided while the
.mauer is oeing aiienueu to anil a spare(
iiiiiiiuii uuuuia nuuiu ue ll uuu situa
tion. The agents often run up open ap
counts to the stockholders credit of a
million dollars and' the stockholders
should not heslstate to trust those who
handle the financial affairs of the plan
tation. There Is little danger of any-
"The McBryde estate cost I think
about $3,000,000 and the loan proposed
would be about forty per cent, an ex
cellent Investment and so considered
by mainland Investors who frequently
loaned upon railroads to seventy live
per cent of their value.
"In Hawaii the buslnes has outgrown
the available capital. We are like a
twenty year old boy trying to get in
to a ten year old child's Jacket. .This
hi a sugar growing country supplied
with tlie best conditions for that pur
pose. Sugar Is a staple second to none,
as much a staple as Iron, wool, lead or"
food products. The consumption of su
gar was always increasing and will
continue to do so and the enterprise of
growing It where conditions are good
will always bo a legitimate and profit
able one as long as the use for any
commodities existed." He took Issue
with the courts wbloh did not think
tho Investment a good one and thought
that there was no doubt of Its ultimate
Thero being no further discussion, the
motion to adopt tho resolution was put
and carried unanimously, the meeting
promptly adjourning after the vote.
THE FIRE PATROL.
Comedy mclo-dramas are the plays
that enthuse tho patrons of the Or
pheum. The Elleford company will
present one tonight "The Fire Patrol"
the best of Its class. This play Is con
sidered to be the strongest comedy
melodrama on the f tage today. The
scenes are laid In D'eadwdod and New
York city. There Is a very strong vein
of 'comedy and thrilling situations.
Among the realistic scenes are the
stamp mill in full operation and the
arrival of the fire patrol. Mr. Fanning
will be seen as "Dave Armstrong."
Miss Claire Washington will assume
the role of "Itenlo Whlttmore." Albert
Watson the comedy role of "Lushing
ton StaggeraoJ." Baby Lillian, "Too
dles." A family matinee will be given
! tomorrow "Faust" will be the bill.
! Next week "A Flag of Truce;" "The
! American Girl;" and "The Plunger."
HAOKFELD AND COMPANY AFTER
HILO It. II.
Petition for Writ of Error In Case
Decided Against Plaintiffs Now Be
fore the 'Supreme Court
II. Hackfeld anil Company have filed
lln tho Supreme court a petition for a
writ of error. In the matter of Ii. Hack
feld and Company vs. the Illlo Hallway
Company, in accordance with Uie deci
sion In tho case Just given by the Su
premo court, reversing Judge Little.
TJttlo held that the plaintiffs could not
recover from the railway company on a
lien, but lbp Supreme court the day be
fore yesterday reversed this ruling. The
writ of error asked for is as follows.
"The decision and Judgement render
ed in the foregoing cause. Is contrary to
the law and the evidence and tho find
ings of fact made In said cause; that
'both the findings of fact In said cause
and the undisputed evidence in the case
were sufficient In law to have warrant
ed the court In rendering a Judgment
in favor of the plaintiff, and against the
Hlle Railroad company, the defendant
in error herein, for the amount found
to be due the plaintiff In error for the
materials furnished the sub-contractor,
Herman Eldarts, and which were found
to have been used in the construction
of the railroad and the failure by tho
court to conclude, both from till flndl Ka
of fact and the evidence, that the Illlo
Railroad Company Limited, defendant
in. orror was liable to the plaintiff in
error for said amount, was error.
"Tho court erred, after finding the
facts as It did, in holding that It was
nocessary In order that the plaintiff
could have maintained hia action, and
hold the railroad company responsible
for tho material furnished, and which
went Into the road, that In the absence
of an assignment to which the owners
or original contractors consented In
writing to the sub-contractor, or agree
ment by and between the co-defendant
or sub-contractor Herman Eldarts, and
the plaintiff herein, that the plaintiff
cannot be substituted to the rights or
liabilities of the co-defendant, Herman
"The court erred In holding as a con
clusion of law. 'that it was essential in
order for plaintiff to maintain its ac
tion, that there should exist a privity
between the plaintiff and the defen
dants Illlo Itallroad Company, Limited
and Smith and Corey in respect to the
matter sued on.' .
"The court erred In holding as a con
clusion of law, that 'the filing of the lien
and notice by the plaintiff herein, did
not make plaintiff a party to the con
tract nor bring It within the statute in
tllfc a,bjnee of the assignment and son i
. 1' r l UW", 4 i, 'ill . . . . , i . i . . ..ii.,.,,
. SBBU JT. Mt .i .. K,i. ilm .VTT ISWM IlMHMriniiWW '.aNOtLa..1a,'riM., ..m T nHBli JMSKJMBSSSSSSSSSSK.
sent referred to In Its conclusion No. 1,
herein, nr dm our statute work a suh
rogntlon of the Htibeonstrartor'R right to
the rights of any one else.'
"The court erred In holding as a con
eluslon of law. 'that the plaintiff's ac
count against the sub-contractor and
co-defendant, Herman Kldarts, tor cash
advanced to pay laborers, and for ma
terials and supplleh furnished by It in
the construction of that portion of the
railroad under the original contract
with Smith and Covey, and referred to
more particularly In plaintiff's declara
tion, ci entes no lien upon the railroad,
In favor of said plaintiff.
"The court erred In holding as a con
clusion of law 'that the plaintiff la not
entitled to a lien upon the whole or any
part of the said railroad, or Its ap
purtnances, for the sum hereinbefore
found due It from the said co-defendant
The court erred In Its rinding or fact
No. 7, wherein It finds that 'plaintiff
furnished all of the Items and the cash
set forth In plaintiffs notice of lien, to
the said Herman Eldarts on his per
sonal account.' There Is no evidence In
the cause which will warrant the said
findings and tlve isame Is therefore
against the evidence In the cause.
The court erred In not rendering a
Judgment In favor of the plaintiff for
me sums ho round In the findings of
fact, to be due It, for the material fur-
nlshcd under the contract referred to.
and which immediately went Into the
construction of the road."
(Continued from Page 2.)
Friday, April 26.
Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, from Hono
kaa, Walplo, Kukulhaele, Lahalna,
Kaanapall, at 10.15 a. m. with 1,032
bags sugar, 1 pkg., 5 empty bags.
Friday, April 25.
Am. bitrk Loulsana, Halcow, for Port
Townsend at 11 a. m.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, April 23, for
Lahalna, Mnnlaea, Kona and Kau ports
Mrs. S. K. Nalnoa and child, Uev. E.
W. Thwlng, Mrs. J. M. Koomoa, Fred
Clark, John H. Wilson, Cecil Brown, II.
.Mortjansqn, Kalua Makalnnl, Fred K.
MaWno, H. A. Baldwin, wife and child,
It. Hauxhurst, Jr., F. E. Heine. Miss
Greenwell, George Clark and wife, Mrs.
W. A. Wall and child, E. J. Lord, J. J.
Helser, H. A. Isenberg, Miss Mossman,
Miss Mossman, and 51 deck.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, April 24, for
Kauai ports Dr. Sandow and wife, W.
A. Baldwin, G. Sherman, E. Omsted, K.
Kawamoto, Miss Ah Chuck, O. M. At
wood, Mora Kanl.
MAUNA LOA WAS DELAYEp.
The Mauna Loa did not sail at noon
today. She was delayed until after l:u
p. m. in order to give Cecil Brown and i
W. A. Isenberg an opportunity of set- 1
tllng certain matters relating to the
Kona Sugar Company. Among the
passengers on the present trip, In ad-
dltion to Mr. Brown and Mr. Isenberg,
were George Clark and bride, nee Miss
Mossman. The two sisters of Mrs.
Clark accompany her to her new home
.t Kau. It was honed that the Mauna
Loa would be able to get mail from tho
Alameda but the delay of the San t
Francisco steamer prevented this being j
His Own Words Thought to Have Has
tened It Funeral Arrangement
Ominous tor future.
Several stories examplifylng native
beliefs and superstitions are rife among
the natlvces concerning the dit!i of J
K. Kaulia. The sentiment has be-?n
voiced by prominent Hawailans thai, tho
stnllnicnt expressed by Kaulia in hj&
famous and oft reiterated expression of
"Kill the snake," mpanlng the Repub
I'ijiii parly and its suppo-ters, has it.
tui-'ied like, a boomerang ii'jon thj !i.ud
of :ho speoJier.
iiis'.nncos aie freely cited of .1 00111
nou belief thnt when, for' exarap'.e, a
love.- in making a song nbout his wet.
httiiM, vtfra expressions thit are not
rallied, the consequence will -oon lcl
I'jw .11 the shape of dlsagn ernent 1 1'
t'vcn the two If not the death of one
c: bo'h. Along tho same line if iea
soning the death of Kaulia Is thought
to have been expedited by :h- phrased
tluU ho used In lis politcal spj'jcliea. It
Is also freely voiced that there is no
one left among the Home Rule party
that had tho control ot tho native s so
thoroughly as Knullt ndt even in a
minor degree and fears are expressed
that the party will gradually dblme
The fact that tho grave which will
receive tho body of Kaulia on 'Sunday
has been yawning with its gloomy
depth unoccupied for several days, is
claimed to be an 111 omen the conse
quences of which may hardly be avert
ed. This state Of affairs came about
Inadvertently enough, the widow order
ing the funeral arrangements before
the committees asked her to put the
obsequies off until Sunday. The yawn
ing gravo threatens Imperative trouble
either to Kaulla's family, his great
friends or to some matter In which ho
was deeply Interested.
Should any death occur among Kau
lla's relatives or friends or should seri
ous troubles arise In the Home Rule
party within a comparatively short
time, there will be many among the na
tives who will look backwards .to 'the
unfilled grave that waited for its dead
and find the reason there.
THE REAL IRISH.
After all, .If King Edward wishes to
sue representative Irishmen, he should
come to America. Philadelphia Rec
ord. LEADING NOBLE LIVES.
The Monthly Record, Issued by the
inmates of the Connecticut state pris
on, remarks: "The majority of us live
up to our convictions." ,
WAS IT SPAIN?
Cuba will now receive sealed propos
als from anybody who will undertake
to Identify which country was her
friend during the late war. Atlanta
Excited lady (at the telephone I
want my husband, please at once. Voice
(from the exchange) Number, please T
Exeltad lady (enanpUhly) Only the
fourth, you impudent thing,
There Is probably no danger that the
Connecticut coiMtrtutlcMUtl convention
will equal the record ot the Virginia
constitutional convention for duration,
for down In Virginia the coavwMten
which met early lout alMkmer Is still In
session anil has no Intention of ad
journing for nome time to come. TM
Connecticut convention began less than
three months ago. and wei'ina on the
brink of finishing the chief business It
was called to consider. Springfield H-publlcan.
HONOLULU STOCK KXCHANOB.
tletween Board Sale: 80 Klhel, 1S.M
26 Klhel, 10.50, 380 Olaa pd.. IS 00, M
Olaa pd.. 18.00, 50 Olaa pd., at.oo. SO Olaa,
A.. 6.00, 18 Oahu. W.00.
Quotations. Hid, Aaked.
C. Brewer & Co t 169.90
N. 8. Sachs.
L. B. kerr & Co
Hawaiian Agrl ITO.60
Hawaiian Cum'l a.OO
Hawaiian Sugar SB. 00
Haiku jXl. 1SS.W
Kahuku St. ft)
I Klpahulu 100.00
Ookala , .,
Olaa assessable 5.00
Olaa paid up 18.00
PacHlc ..u. .v..
Pepeekeo .' .1.'.':. 1?0.W
Wilder S. S. Cd.r
Mutual Telephone 9.00
Oahu B. & l. Od;
Hawaiian Govt Gs 01.00
HUo It. B. Co. Con. 68
Ewa Cs 101.26
Oahu B. & L. Co Cs 101.89
Walalua Cs 101.59
Fine Book and Commercial Printing,
at the StariOlflce.
NEW ,) KHTISKjMKNTS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Prot
bate. At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of Akol,
late of Kallua, Oahu, deceased, Intes
tate. Petition having been filed hy Annie
L. Akol, step-daughter and Akal Akol
son, of said Intestate, praying that Let
ters of Administration upon said estate
be Issued to C. Lai Young, notice la
hereby given that FRIDAY, the Otli
day of May, A. D. 1002, at 10 o'clock
a. m. In the Judiciary Building, Hono
lulu, Oahu, is appointed tho tlmo and
place for hearing said petition, when
nnd where nil persons concerned may
. appear and show causa, If any they
have, why said petition should not b
j Honolulu, Oahu, April :1, 1002.
By the Court:
! J. A. TIIOMPbON,
L. A. Dickey, nttorttcy for-petltlonera.
Its Apr. 4, 11, 18,' 25.
Situated on Hotel street, near Port:
In tho very hearl of town. Tho hotel
contains Twenty (20) roome, all well
furnished; a lease for five years, from
September 1, 1801, goes with tho prop
erty. An inventory of the furniture may be
seen and any additional Information
will be furnished by applying to
FRANK L. HOOGS;
Administrator Estate T. 1',. Krouse,
Hay 8 to 26, i9o2
A brief Season of 12 performances
only nnd first appearanccM In Hono
lulu of the eminent actor Mr.
and hiH distinguished organization,
who will present the following classic!
and Shakespearean repertoire-
sht Jullut Cmir
'X'j King Ltir
mW Merchant of Yenlce
"iffB" Richtlitu j
Programs foa other performances
will be duly announced.
COMPLETE 'BCISNIC PRODUC
TIONS, ARMpUR. COSTUMES, ETC..
SPECIALLY BROUGHT FOR EACH
SCALE OF PRICES: Entire Lower
Floor, J1.B0; Faintly Circle, $1.00; LogM,
$10.00; Boxes, $16,00.
SEASON 8 A LlS NOW OPEN AT
WALL, NICHOLS CO. REGULAR
SALE OF SEATS MAY 1ST.
Seats Ordered by Mall or TelepHono
will be laid aside in the onlar reoelvd.
but none will be held after May L
Ads under "Situation
Sfrtja tm sC Qhar.