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TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, MOXDAY, MAI 18, lMfc
ft v to rr V There's a Time FOR Everything And now Is the time to make the home more pleasant to live In by selecting new Wdll Paper from 6"ur superb stock. Our prices you will find to be the lowest. BEAU'S Bcretanla Street. NEXT TO COR. BMMA. L. F. Asbahr, t Cottages and pleasant rooms, American and European Plan. Excellent" Cuisine and Service Spe cial weekly or monthly rates. Best of Surf Bathing and ca noeing all the year round. Hot and Cold Water Baths. Bouffet. Livery. Electric Lights. L. H. Dee, ADVERTISEMENTS CH ANGED MONDAYS. Special Sale Shirt Waists Today ,.. - - A fortunate buy we made of Ladles' shirtwaists and we will sell them at actual cost. Don't think we sell everything. at cost. We Uon't, but we want the ladles to see what a stock we have, so give you the waists for what they cost us. We bought them cheap too! Nothing more servlcable than a nice shirtwaist. Regular $2.25 Waists, this week $1.00 Regular $1.75 Waists, this week .75 REGULAR $2.25 WAISTS THIS WEEK $1.00 REGULAR $1.75 WAISTS THIS WEEK $ .75 All our Embroidery, per yard 50'cents. EmbrolderyEdglng and Insertion, per yard.j... 5 cents. SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW. A. BLQM. Progress Block Telephone White Special Rice Fertilizer, Special Sorghum Fertilizer, , Special Vegetable Fertilizer, Special Lawn Fertilizer, Special Tree Fertilizer, it For Pacific Goods are Strictly Up-to-date Houses For Rent $GO.00 FURNISHED. Vineyard Street near Engllnde. Par lor, Dining Koom, Three Bed Rooms, Etc. UNFURNISHED. $60.00 a month. Superb real-" dence and grounds. Worth $20,000. Fine four bod room liouBe with all modern con veniences. $50.00 a month. Residence of O. B. McClellan,- 'I'unahou. Three bed rooms, pnrlor, dining room, study, lanal, 3tc, etc. $36.25 a month. Resilience of J. W. Pratt, Magazine and Spencer St. Two bedrooms. $35.00 a month. College Hills. Residence of Philip Savory. Two bed rooms etc. $30.00 a month. Young Street. AND OTHERS. Fort and Merchant Sts. Telephone Main 313. JUDGE & MATTOS, Territory Stables Building. King Street. Plumbing, Tinning, Sewering and Sheet Iron Works. First-class work done at Lowest Prices. Manager Mrs. Mary' Sexton, Stewardess Waikiki Inn ON THE BEACH. SPECIAL RATES FOR TOURISTS. A FAMILY RESORT proprietor. ,y . Ring up Phone Red 71. Forfc Street near Beretania 3171 Sale in Quantities to Suit Guano and Fertilizer WORKS, KALI HI, OAHU HE (Continued from Page 2.) DEPARTING. Monday, May 19. ?, S. Eureka, O'Brien, for Seattle via Knannpall and Kahulul, about 5 p. in. Stmr. Iwnlanl, Greene, for Koloa. Eleele and Hannpepe at 5 p. in. Tuesday, May JO. Stmr. James Mnkee, Tullett, for Kl lauea, Hanalel anil Kalihlwnl at 4 p.m. Stmr. Wnlaleale, Plltz, for Anaholn at 4 p. in. Stmr. Noenu, Pederson. for Kannn pall, Lahalnn, Honokna and Kukulhno- Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, for Kallua and 'unaluu at 5 p. m, HE HAD NO HOME. Kelekollo, a little Porto Rlcan boy about 8 years .of age. both of whose parents were dead, was before Judge Wilcox this morning to answer to the charge of truancy. Deputy High Sher iff Chllllngworth explained to the court that none of the charitable Institutions seemed to have any desire to take charge of the child, and there was ab solutely no other place to send him but the reform school. Several people had attempted to look after the little fellow but he was not amenable to clean liv ing so he had been turned over to the police. Judge Wilcox ordered that the child be confined In the reform school during his minority, or until such time as the court or the Board of Education.. should ,deem It proper to order his re lease. PROBATE MATTERS. Judge Robinson has referred the ac counts of the estate of H. A. P. and Grace Carter to M. P. Slmonton, as master. The accounts of the guardian ship of Robert D. King were referred to J. O. Llgmfoot. . - r The Eureka will go to Kaanapall and Kahulul this afternoon to get loads of scrap Iron for the Sound. U the best bug. All sorts of bugs big bugs and little are exterminated by Slough-osi-Bugs Destroys germ and Insect life in stantly, yet absolutely harmless- for human being's. Will not ' Injure the most delicate fabrics. Sprayed into crevices, destroys roach eggs and break up their favorite breeding places which other preparations cannot reach. ROUGH ON BUGS Is not a new pre paration but an old and well-tried one, and hundreds of careful housekeepers are using It. It pleases others and will you. Try It. Price 25 Cents Hobron Drug Co. P. O. Box 484 'i ' by the Co. TO KILL EACH OTHER STRANGE AGREEMENT BETWEEN KIMURA AND WOMAN. The Primmer Relates the Remilt of a Visit to a Christening Party How He Killed the Jaixuiexe Woman. Klmura was brought to Honolulu this morning by Dotiutv Sheriff Cox. The Japanese's Injury was not so seri ous as to require his being sent to the wueens Hospital, High Sheriff Brown deciding that the man might be cured for Just as well at the Jail hospital. Klmura was able to give an account of the murder of the woman. High Sher iff Brown subjected htm to a rigid cross examination through Chester Doyle, the Japanese Interpreter. Kl mura tells an entirely different story from that which caina, from Walalua. According to the stoo? or Klmura, he and the woman had been on very friendly terms until four years ago when she married Yumanadu, the store-keeper. After her marriage she ceased her friendly relations with Kl mura, in spite of the fact that the lat ter was employed as a clerk by her husband. ' Yesterday Klmura and the woman received an invitation to attend a christening party of some Jniianpsi' ko went In a brake to the place. Thu uraKe broke dowi on the wny and they repaired the thing. When they started home, two Japanese men named ho and Muranaka, asked to be allowed 'to ride with them In the brake. Klmura suiu wiai tne men wouiu nave to wnix, so drove on ahead, leaving the woman and the two men to walk home. He thought afterwards that the hns band would be angry at him for having left the woman, especially as she was Intoxicated, so he droyc back along the road, but found no trace of the woman and the two men. He put the brake up and started to walk and overtook them. From certain circumstances, he thought that the woman had permitted the men to take liberties with her and, nf ter taking her away from them, he bitterly reproached her for her remiss conduct. He. declared that the only thing they could do was. to commit sul- "clcle. She agreed, so they started to kill each other. Each took a knife, so Klmura asserted, and slashed at the other's throat. He was stronger than the woman, and he nearly severed her head, while she simply gashed his throat. He left her by the road, and hurried home and took an old shotgun for the purpose of killing himself. Be fore lie could do so, the house was sur rounded by people who said that the oillcer wanted him. He surrendered then without any struggle. The statement of Klmura differs very materially from the report received from Walalua; and puts a somewhat different aspect on the affair. There are some discrepancies In his story, however, which have not yet, been cleared up. No sum of money appears to have been found on him however, and this fact goes to throw some doubt on the first story which came from Walalua, to the effect that the murder was due to his desire to get the wo man's money. I ifti. I "Richelieu" with its romanticism of character and epoch, proved an in tensely popular bill at the Opera House on Saturday. The spectacular natur" of Lytton's play, the foreknowledge of the audience with the chief character and the brilliancy of the scenic produc tion with its raMers and plume 1 hats, silks and laces, Its medievalism and the presentment l! the fascinating In trigues of the court of France, caught the fancy of tha house. Frederick Wurde's "Richelieu" was masterly In its Interpretation showing with subtle skill Richelieu the man, as well jis Richelieu the minister. The first act with the attributes of love and sympathy not usually attributed to the great cardinal by the casual thinker were delightfully portrayed while serv ing to show the mainspring of, his en tire greatness. Always preserving tie effects of almost exhausted old age fired by the Indomitable spit It and purest patriotism, Richelieu, as given tempo rary life by Mr. Warde, showed the magnitude of the man's character, tho will and magnetism that awed while it defeated his enemies. The lines "Mark where she stands, Around her form 1 draw the mystic circle of our holy church. Step but one foot within tho sacred ground and, on they head, yea. though It wore a crown, I launch the curse of Rome were rendered with mugniflcent force. Hurry Johnstone's Chevalier de Muu- prat was admirably presented making an excellent stage picture of 'the gal lant of those days, when gaming and indebtedness were creditable attributes Mr. Herman's Ruradas, type of the schemers thut constantly sought to se cure 'the downfall of the great cardinal anu failed us constantly from their 'Weakness as compared to the wily minister who reud his countrymen and countrywomen too, like turning tho pages of a book of engravings that need not even the text to explain their mean ing. Miss Ash ton was well cast as Julio playing the role with considerable force besides contributing a pretty stage picture. Mr. Coleman looked Francois very well und Mr. McGinn wbh a satisfactory If somewhat robust Joseph. Joseph was not the sharpest of Richelieu's lntrumcnts hut a llttlo toning down would make the presenta tion seem less crass without weaken ing tho play at all. The gentleman who played Huget, was too blustcilng for nn oillcer of the cardinal's guard and sotnewhnt spoiled the effect of Riche lieu's shaking the priming of his aniue bua by appealing with a modern Win Chester. Miss Wnrde contiihuted a few lines with charming mnnuer and per sonality. THE TALE OF A TAIL. Arthur Williamson, a negro hostler employed by J. Cnrty, was before High Sheriff Brown this morning to explain what he knew about the mysterious lUttlng of a horse's tall. Carty declar ed that tho darky had been the mon who had cut the horse's tail. It appears that the colored man was discharged this morning by Carty and within a short time nfter this happened, a line horse In the stable was minus a tall. There was nothing but circumstantial evidence to connect the colored man with the offence, so IIIth Sheriff Brown decided that there was nothing whloh Justified placing him under ar toat. Advertise your wants In the Star. KILLED BY A FIEND HHnt'KING CRIME COMMITTED AT WAIAI.t'A. K limit- Said to Huve Killed Ills Mm ployer's Wife Made Desperate USffort To Thke His Own Life. A cold-blooded murder wad commit ted at Walulua yesterday and Klmura. a Japanese store clerk, Is under arrest cnurged with the crime, Tho victim was a Japanese woman named Kane, the wife of a storekeeper named Yatim nadtt. The desire of Klmura to secure a quantity of money which the woman had collected. Is thought to have been the motive for the crime. According to reports received from Walalua, Yumanada sent his wife among the Japanese about the planta tion, for the purpose of collecting vari ous small accounts which they owed him. Klmura as the clerk In the store, was sent with the woman for the pur pose of aiding her In locating the men Indebted to her husband. The collect ors were busy nil of the day, driving about In a wagon. Just how much money was collected by the woman Is not known, but It Is thought to have been considerable, as the Japanese had money and she and Kimura visited a great many of them. About 8 o'clock the wagon they used was discovered near the roadside be tween the court house and school house nt Walalua. Apparently no person was in the Wagon, as the horse was brows ing. An Investigation disclosed the murdered remains of the woman Kane. Her throat had been severed from ear to ear. Deputy Sheriff Andrew Cox was notified and, within a short time, he learned that Klmura had been the woman's companion, so began a search for the missing man. Kimura was found near the upper reservoir, next to the mountains back of Walalua. He evidently had antici pated the arrival of the oillcer, for. when Cox located Klmura, tho Japan ese levelled an old muzzle-loading shooting gun nt Cox, with the evident intention of shooting the oillcer. Cox made no attempt to rush the Japanese but parleyed with him, urging him to surrender as theie was no hope of .es cape. Klmura finally consented to low er the muzzle of the gun and when he did so, Cox rushed forward and grab bed the gun. Kimura slipped away and drew a knife and tried to commit sui cide by cutting his throat. Cox check ed the desperate Jaiuine.se by grabbing tile knife, although during the course of a struggle, Kimura tried to stab Cox. Klmura's windpipe was severed but no arteries cut. .The oillcer had Klmu ra conveyed to the court house, where medical attention was given tho Injur ed man. WARDE'S NEXT PLAY. Tomorrow night Mr. Warde presents an old favorite In tho shape of John Haulm's nlav "Damon and Pythias." which will be played by the Warde, nimimnv with this iHsiHhiitlnn of ' characters: Dnmnn Fi-oiiprtnk Warde ' g 's' 6'lr r es D Herman I DlonvSiV 1 Iarrv i'o'C.mnor Pl'imifc Damocles John T. Harris Procles Harry C. Barton' t i,'..'.." it i. r.i. ....., Tra, !, Mm,,, Miivi-ls-v Second Senator Jdlin E. Hynes Third Senator Kennle O. McLeod Fourth Senator Robert Watson Calanthc Miss Antoinette Ashtou Hcrinlon.Mtss Virglnlus Drew Trescott On Wednesday night "Macbeth,", with Mr. Warde In the title role a grand performance of ills, It Is said. Scats are now iea&y for the llnal per formances of Mr. W.irdo and his cim pany. ELLEFORD SEASON CLOSED. The Klleford season closed on Sulur- day after a successful um of six weeks. '1 he company has given excellent satis- i.miuu mm iiutu uume wj ue uiimuu up- kua having been filed notice is hereby on .is a permanent factor In the amuse- KiVcn that Monday, the ICth day of ments of Honolulu. The Ellefords as a June A. D. 1U02 at 10 o'clock a. ni., of company have many characteristics 1 Bnid day, at the Court Room of said that might be emulated to advantage by court, at Honolulu, Oahu be and tho many companies who have visited , ame hereby Is appointed the time and jiummuu on luriner occasions. ineyin aco for iirnv iir mi .1 W III nn,1 Imnr. have Invariably lived up to their pro mises and, while not claiming to be the highest salaried and most wonderful combination of the age, have rendered a series of plays in most creditable style and furnished amusement nnd en tertalnment that has llten cordially ap preciated, as evidenced by the good houses that, despite opposition have attended their performances. Their departure on Wednesday for the mainland will bo a cause of genuine regret to many who have become reg ular patrons nnd a return visit next year promises to be to tho full as suc cessful as the present one has proved. This closes the second season of the company In Honolulu and many of the company have made n largo circle of friends and admirers by their entertain ing qualities both on and off tho boards. Bates, Wymun, Fanning, Scott, Shaw, Watson and his wife. Miss Washington and Miss Powers, Baby Lillian and In deed all the conscientious workers that comprise the cast of players and the business staff are always sure of a wel come on their return. W. J. Eileford ' nnd his clever little wife, Miss Jessie ! Norton were missed this season and It is to be hoped that another visit may tempt thorn back again. NE V A I) V KHTINEM KNT BY AUTHORITY PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE. Notlco is hereby given that the fol lowing named 'lols. situate at Lualua lei, Walanae, Oahu, will bo sold nt Publlo Auction nt tho front entrance of tho Judiciary Building on tho 2Uh day of May, 190-', at 12 o'clock noon, under provisions of the Land Act of 1S05 for Cash Freeholds: Lot No. AreH. Upset Price. 1119 11 CO 1172 1188 117 in? $8000.00 8000.00 SOOO.OO 3000.00 3000.00 SOOO.OO No peron will be allowed to pur- elmne more than one lot, and ll pur eliHsers mut have the qualifications rnuird or applicants under Part VII of the Land Act of lifts. One-fourth of purchase price is re- quired Immrdlatclr artvr the Particular m to iaMMM Hons, cultivation, tc, may to attain- -d ni the I'ubHc I .and ompf, Hono lulu. . , HOWARD 8. BOYD, Cottimtesionar of Public Lsmiii, Public LftMla Office, April 17, INK. Thfl HlKiVe Mle la hereby ikI honed until further jwtire. HDWAKD 8. IIOVD, ComiHffHniwr f Public I Amis. Public Indw Ollice, May 19th, 100t. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. in pro. bate. At Chambers. In the Matter of the Estate of Kala Kanakaole (k), Demised. Petition having been hied by Kekt (w), widow of hh Id iBtomate, praying that Letters of Administration upon said estate be issued to her said Kekl (W), notice is hereby xiven that Mnn day, the 23rd day of June, A. D. 1902, at ju ii uwk u. m., in mo J unitary liullil Ing, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Is ap pointed tho time and place for hearing wild petition, when and Where all per sons concerned may appear and 3how cause, If any they have, why said Peti tion should not be granted. Honolulu, Oahu, May 15, 1602: BY THE COURT: J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk. J. T. De Holt, Attorney for Petitioner. 4t May 19, 26, June 2, 9. To Whom It ihiy Concern : Notice is hereby given that Chun Jun, alias Akana, has hypothecated to the undersigned his one-quarter inter cut In a tnro plantation known as Sun Hop Sing Co., situate at Makaha, Oahu. All persons are warned against negotiating for or purchasing the said Interest of the said Chun Jun, alias Akana, without first consulting us. SUN HOP SING CO. Honolulu. May 19, 1902. xoTicr. A special meeting of the .stockholders of the Koloa. Sugar Co. will be held at the ollice of II. Hnckfeld & Co., Ltd., on May 2Sth, 1902, at 10 a. m. F. 1CLAMP, Secretary. Honolulu, May H, lt-02,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIRST Circuit, Territory or Hawaii. In Probate. At Chambers. In the Matter of tile Estate of Edward V. Everett, late of Honolulu, Oahu, Deceased. The Petition and accounts of tho Ad ministrator of the estate ct said de ceased wherein he asks that his ac counts be examined and approved, and that a final order be made of distribu tion of the property remaining in hla hands to the persons thereto entitled, and discharging him from all further responsibility as Buch Administrator having this day been Hied. IT IS ORDERED, that MONDAY, me loin any oi j. u. iuu., ut TEN (10) o'clock u. -in., at Chambers, I In the Court House, nt Honolulu", L'3 and the same hereby Is appointed as tho time and place for hearing said Petition and Accounts.' and that all ers lntrf,U'1 "iZc'Tf anv'lhe "I'pear and show cause, If nny Uioy llllve' why t,MS Mame 8h0uU1 "0t i granted. ! Honolulu, Oahu, May 2, ISOi By tho Court: J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk. Kinney, Ballon & McClnflahnn, Attor neys for Administrator. 4-ts May B, 12, 10, 2C. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Probate. In tho Matter of the Estnte of Maraca Kopena, late of Manoa, Oahu. "B aJ- MCHiaineiu oi sa il t Vllll't InfrnMinn with ttnfltfnti fr Inn irobato thereof, and for the issuanco of Letters Testamentary to Maria Ke- Ing said application. Honolulu, May 8, 1902. By the Court: GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk. May 12. 19, 20, and Juno 2. HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE GREAT DRAMATIC EVENT. Farewell Performances Honolulu season of the eminent actor, Mr. Frederick ffarfle and his distinguished organiza tion who will present the follow ing repertoire: Tuehdiiy - Mny liO-Nlglit DAMON ANU PYTHIAS WvilneMlny Alcir S2.1 Nllit HACBETH Tliurftdny- JVIiy SSli-NIht THE A10UNTEBANK Hiitunlay-rVIy ssva Mathico JULIUS CESAR Saturday JVIc;v iiJl Night VIROINIUS Monday Mny ISO-Night Farewell Performance Complete Scenic Productions, armor, costumes, etc., specially brought for each play. Also Mr. Warde's original supporting company, including Mpssrs. Chas. D. Herman, Barry John stone, Hurry C. Barton, Francis D. McGinn, John K. Hynes, Misses Antoinette Ashton, Vir ginia Drew Trescott, May Warde Allcen Bartello and 15 others. SCALE OF PRICES: Entire lower floor. JI.C0; Family Circle, (except front row), $1.00; Loges, $10.00; Boxes, $16.00. Regular sale of tickets now open at Wall, Nichols Co. No seats held after 12 o'clock of the day of performances, unless paid for by that time. 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