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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1902.
tjnREH. DR. J. M. WHITNEY, DENTIST. Doitoa Building, Fort Street Over H. May & Co. Honrs: 9 6. Tel. Main 277. IR. A. G, WALL, DR. 0. E. WALi D 1$ IV T J STS. LOVE BUILDING, FORT STREET, ' 'cphono 434. OFFICE HOURS. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. A. J. DERBY, DENTIST. Corner Fort and Hotel Sts. Gaa Administered For Extracting. Ofllce Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. A. 0. LOVEKIN, STOCK AND BOND BROKER. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I03 JtAdcl Bulldlnc: C, HER Si CO,, LIMITED, QUEEN STREET, ' HONOLULU, H. T. ...AGENTS FOR... Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono inea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Walluku Sugar Company, Walhee Sugar Company, Make Sugar Company, Ilalcakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line and Shipping Co. Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit ers. . Agents Philadelphia Board of Under writers.' LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President. Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Pres. &-Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Sec'y. W. F. Allen Auditor. P. C. Jones Director. H. Waterhouse Director. G. R. Carter Director. All of the. above named constituting the Board of Directors. GERMANIA SALOON C. VESSELS AND A. BECKER Proprietors. '304 Queon Street cor South. Headquarters for Honolulu Prima Beer, In bottles and on draught. Al ways Ice Cold. We can give you the best glass of beer In town. TEN CENTS A SCHOONER Removed. WOMAN'S EXCHANGE TO Hotel St., Arlington Annex. Next to A. A. Montano's Millinery Parlors. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importer And Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Corner of Ft t and Qutei SU S. SHIMAMOTO, Merchant Street - - Honolulu, T. H. General Herchandlse, Dry Goods, Groceries, Japanese Provisions, Etc., etc., etc r. O. Box 881. Telephone III. L. KONO FEE, IVIgx-o la curat Tailor, Fort St., opposite Club Stables. Fashionable Suits at Reasonable Rates a Specialty. A full line of Cassl xneres and Tailoring Goods always in 6 took. Dyeing, Cleaning and Repair In? at Short Notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. NOTICE. Persons needing, or knowing of those who do need protection from physical or moral Injury, which they are not able to obtain for themselves, may con sult the Legal Protection Committee of the Anti-Saloon League, 9 Mclntyre Building. W. H. RICE, Supt. Notice to Shippers. Shippers of freight by steamers of th Inter-Island steam Navigation com pany Ltd., are hereby notified that a new form of Shipping Receipt has been adopted by the Company to go Into ef fect at once. Freight will be accepted, however, on the old form of receipt up to October 1, 1902, after which date, freight will be received only on the new form of re ceipt, a copy of which can be aeen at the office of the company, yueen street. INTER-ISLAND S. N. CO., LTD.. JOHN ENA. President. The Popular Restaurant Under New Management. NEW COOKS, NEW WAITERS. MEALS, 5 CENTS The Best In Town. HO CHAN, - MANAGER. . COllFOltATlON NOTICES. ELECTION OF OFF10EKS. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Pacific Land and Im provement Co. held at Honolulu, on June 7th, 1902, the following olTlcors were elected to servo for the ensuing year: President Yip See Young. Vice President C. Q. Yee Hop. Secretary Henry Loo Kong. Treasurer Lum Hln, Auditor Pong Lum Mow. The above named olllcere with the following constitute the Board of Di rectors: Pong Lum, Lee King Chin, Pong Mu Chee and Lee Ping. HENRY LOO KONG, Secretary. Honolulu, July 5, 1002. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of Henry May & Co., Ltd., helif this day, the following - ofllcers were elected to serve for the ensuing year, viz.: T. May President. H. E. Mclntyro Vice-President. A. S. Prescott Treasurer. S. G. Wilder Secretary. .F. W.' Macfarlane Auditor. E. D. Tenney Director. E. F. Bishop ,..Direotor. S. G. WILDER, Secretary. Honolulu, T. H July 3rd, 1902. DIVIDEND NOTICE. California Safe Deposit and Trust Company, corner California and Mont gomery streets. For the six months ending Juno 30, 1902, dividends have been declared on deposits In the sav ings department of this company as follows: On term deposits at the rate of 3 6-10 per cent per annum, and on ordinary deposits at the rate of 3 per cent per annum, free of taxes and pay able on and after Tuesday, July 1, 1902. Dividends uncalled for are added to the principal after July 1, 1902. J. DALZELL BROWN, Manager. DIVIDEND NOTICE. The German Savings and Loan So ciety, 62G California street. For the half year ending with June 30, 1902, a dividend has been declared at the rate of three (3) per cent per annum on all deposits, free of taxes, payable on and after Tuesday, July 1, 1902. GEORGE TOURNEY, Secretary. Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd. ASSESSMENTS. ",The, twenty-first assessment of 10 o'r two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable June 20, 1902. The twenty-second assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per Share has been called to be due and payable Aug ust 21, 1902. The twenty-third assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable Oc tober 21. 1902. The twenty-fourth and final assess ment of 107o or tvo dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable December 20, 1902. Interest will bo charged on assess ments unpaid ten days after the same are due at the rate of one per cent (1) per month from the date upon which such assessments are due. The above assessments will be pay able at the office of The B. F. Dilling ham Co., Ltd., Stangenwald building. (Signed) ELMER E. PAXTON, Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co. May 12, 1902. HEREDITY, Lancet, the London medical journal, discusses the part heredity plays In the making of poets: Moblus has, to the best of his belief, proved that poetic talent Is in all cases traceable to the mother of the bard. The touch of sen timent in this position wins it ready acceptance. It Is a feminine doctrine, the obvious Influence from which la that the rougher sex Is not apt to be get those gentle beings, the poets. Francis Galtoh, however, In "Heredi tary Genius" has stated positively "In the case of poets and artists, the Influ ence of the female lino Is enormously less than the male," and he supports his assertion with a "summary 'of re lationships of 24 poets grouped Into 20 families." From this it would appear that Goethe alone can trace poetic ta lent to his mother. "From my father," he says, "I inherit my frame and the steady guidance of my life: from dear little mother (Mutterchen) my happy disposition and love of story-telling (fabullren)." Byron's mother Is describ ed as "strange, proud, passionate, and half-mad," and Tasso's as gifted In alt respects. The other poets mentioned by Gallon have some of them gifted fathers, as Milton; others, gifted uncles and other relatives, mostly alas, males. There are families In which literary and other talent Is hereditary, as, for Instance, the families of Coleridge and Wordsworth; but, as a rule, the sons of 'poets are dull dogs. The late Sir Percy Shelley should have been a para gon to judge by his ancestry, a poet father and a mother who wrote "Frank enstein," Sir Percy Shelley, however, was content to win only social popular ity as an organizer of private theatri cals. The son of the poetic Brownings Is a meritorious" painter not a poet and the descendants of certain other famous poetic marriages are, alns, In lunatic asylums. We have In mind three insane descendants of famous poets. It is posslblo that the children of poets are bored In early years by their surroundings and the mental at titude of their parents and make haste to become prosaic. Certain It Is that tho sons of political reforms and enthu rlasts aro often tho most unprogresslve of men, tho sont of millionaires the least businesslike, and those of divines the least saintly. Finn Book and Commercial Printing, at the Star Office. A DRAMATIC ESCAPE INFURIATED LOVER TRIES TO MURDER CONSORT. Who Saves Her Life By Leaping From Second Story Window 'Why Japan ese Tried Suicide Yesterday. Hack of the double attempt of Ume motu, F. J. Lowrey's stable bpy, to commit suicide yesterday morning, Is a story of savage Jealousy, In which Umemoto tried to take the life of Hnt suyo, the-Japanese woman with whom he 'had been consorting. It was only after she had effected a highly dram atic escape from his murderous attack, that the stable boy determined upon taking his own lire, for he supposed that his mistress was lying dead be neath his window from where she had cast herself. Umemoto had been on friendly terms with the woman, for some time. The early part of Tuesday night, Umemo to passed in her company at her iuar tcrs In Iwllel. He went back to his own room which Is In the loft of Mr. Lowrey's stable at the corner of Luna lllo ond Kaplolanl streets, about mid night, and, In the course of an hour or so, sent a vehicle for the woman. She went to his- room. A quarrel of some character started between the pair, for' according to the statements of the woman, Umemoto suddenly grabbed a knife and made a savage attack on her. He cut her neck and made several thrusts Into her breast. She struggled from his clutch es and made for the door, but found escape Impossible, as the man had locked the door, .and removed the key. The only other means of escape was by th open window. Although the wln ; dow was .fully twelve feet above the ground, she crawled over the sill with 1 the Intention of casting herself on the ground below. Umemoto continued his attack and, while she was getting out i of the window, cut and Blushed her about the back and shoulders. The woman finally escaped from him by dropping to the ground. She was tak en to Iwllel where her friends took care of her and made every effort to prevent the facts of the assault becom ing known to the authorities. Maddened by his jealousy and fright ened over what he had done, Umemoto no doubt thought he had killed the wo man, and he Immediately took steps to try and kill himself. He slashed his throat with the knife, cutting the windpipe. A small artery was severed but neither the carotid artery nor the jugular vein were touched, so, finding himself still with suillclent strength, he made another attempt to commit suicide. He took his silk sash and made It Into a noose, and hanged him self from the rafters of the building. Mr. Lowrey's family had been away from the premises for some days, but he happened to visit the place yester day to look over the premises. Not finding the stable boy he asked anoth er servant to summon Umemoto, and the discovery of the attempted suicide was made. The still living Japanese was cut down and the police notified. Dr. Mays attended the Japanese, after which the injured man wjs removed to the Queen's Hospital. Chester Doylo was 'dispatched by High Sheriff Brown to Investigate the circumstances of the attempted sui cide, for nt first, nothing was known of the woman In the case. Doyle learn ed sufficient from Umemoto to put him on the track Of the woman who was subsequently found at Iwllel, carefully guarded by her friends. The woman was removed to the Japanese Hospital. Both of the Injured parties will, It Is thought, recover, although the Injuries of Umemoto are serious. FLYING MACHINES. Two more rivals of Santos-Dumont, the wizard of the air, have come into public notice lately. One ot the:ie Is a Prof. Barnard of Lynn, Mass., who has a flying machine all but ready for the contest In the air at the World's Fair. The other is Parvln Wright of Denver, 'Colo., a mechanical and eliJ trlcal engineer of twenty yeir.j' expe rience. Now that Sanfos-Dumont has packed up his aerial craft and gone back, to Paris from London It j quite probable that daring aeronaut will be kept busy until 1904 'perfecting nis Hy ing machine for tho World's Fair races. WORLD'S FAIR DEDICATION. Grounds and buildings of the World's Fair will be dedicated 'with fitting ce remony April 30, 1903, the centennial f the purchase. The exposition will op en one year later. PRICE OF 'LOUISIANA. The price paid 'for the Louisiana territory was $15,000,000 and the land acquired was about one million square miles, more than doubling the area of the United States at that time. BAND CONCERT. The Territorial 'Band under the di rection of Captain Berger will play at the Hawaiian 'Hotel this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The program Is as fol lows: PART I. Overture, "Tancredl" Rossini Cornet Solos (new) (a) "Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder" Dlllea (b) "My Blushing Rosle"..Stormberg Charles Kreuter. "Reminiscences of Rossini"... .Godfrey Songs: (a) "KaplIIna," (b) "Walahueanue." Miss I. Kelllaa. (c) "Aloha no Wau," (d) "Moanl Ko Ala." Mrs. N. Alapal. PART II Selection, "Kitty Gray" Monckton Intermezzo, "The Ballet Girl," (new) Bendlx Piece Characteristic, "The Busy Bee" (new) Bendlx Selection, "Burgomaster" Luders "Star Spangled Banner." THE SAME OLD STORY. J. A. Kelly relates an experience sim ilar to that which has happened In al most every neighborhood In the United States and has been told and re-told by thousands of others. He says: "Last summer I had an attack pf dysentery and purchased a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera iiid Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used according to di rections and with entlroly satisfactory results. The trouble was controlled much quicker than former attacks when I used other remedies." Mr. Kel ly is a well known citizen of Hender son, N, C, TJ. S. A. For sale hy all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents. THE Bank of JJawaii LIMITED. Incorporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. PAID-UP CAPITAL -SURPLUS - - - - . UNDIVIDED PROFITS $600,000.00 200,000.00 35,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Charles M. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vice-President C. II. Cooke Cashier F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier H. Waterhouse, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandlesa and C. II. Atherton. COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DE PARTMENTS. Strict attention given to all branches of Banking. JUDD BUICDING. FORT 3TREET. CLAUS SPRECKELS. WM. G. IRWIN. Clans Spreckels & Go, BANKERS HONOLULU, H. I. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na- Hnnnl TJanlr nt Can TTVn rrlarr LONDON The Union Bank of London, NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnals. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New zeaiana. VICTORIA AMD VANCOUVER Bank of British Nr 'th Amerl - TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposit! Received. Loans Made on Approved Security., Commercial and Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP & CO. BANKEES BANKING DEPARTMENT. Transact business In all departments of Banking. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued on The linnk of Cali fornia nud N. Ji. KotnsciiHU st sous, London. Correspondents: The Hank of Call- fnriiln. I 'nimnnri-inl Hunktlltr Co.' Of Sydney, Lid., London. Timfla nnrl nnhlo transfers on China and Japan through the Hongkong & Shanghai Ban'-ing Corporation and Chartered Bank of India, Australia Interest allowed on term deposits ai the following rates per annum, via; i-. . , n . t nl 1 '.in. .af.f Three month, at 3 per -ent. Six months, at 3 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent. TRUST DEPARTMENT. Act as Trustees under jiortgages. Manage estates (real and personal). Valuable Papers, Wills, Bonds, Etc., received ror saie-neeping. ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT. Auditors for Corporations and Pri vate Firms. Books examined and reported on. Statements of Affairs prepared. Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent Estates. Office, 924 Bethel Street. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Deposits received and interest allow ed at 4V4 per cent per annum, In accord ance with Rules and Regulations, copies of which may be obtained on application. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Agents for FIRE. MARINE, LIFE, ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES. Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street. THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yen 24,000.008 Paid Up Capitol Yen 18,000,000 Reserved Fund .. Yen 8,710,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. The Bank buy and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, lssuei wrafti and Letters of Credit, an transact! general bankng business. INTEREST ALLOWED: On fixed deposits for 12 months, 4 per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 6 months, J per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for S months, I per cent per annum. Hranch of the Yokohama Specie Hank. Hew Rcpnblic Bnildia. Honolulu B i. BKAVEll LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & Co. II. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. First-Class Lunches served with tea, coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. .: '! ; .;. s: ;;. 0: 7 . ; . : MM WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY Store Closed FOR STOCK-TAKING fit- A ?? : Iwakami Nos. 16-18 Robinson Block, Hotel St, P. O. Box 868, Tel. White 421 - .w Warm Enough? YOU CAN LAUGH AT THE MAN WHO ASKS THE QUESTION IF YOU FOLLOW OUR ADVICE. THERE IS GENUINE COMFORT ONLY ONE WAY THIS KIND OF WEATHER. YOU NEED AN ELECTRIC FAN $15.00 Buys One ONCE YOU HAVE ONE YOU WILL REALIZE THE COMFORT MISSED ALL THE EARLIER PART OF THE SUMMER. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd KINU STREET NEAR ALAKEA TELEPHONE MAIN 390 The Pride IS A White Sewing Machine A Combination of Art and Utility USED BY MANY IN PREFERENCE TO OTHER MAKES OF THE SAME PRICE. IT IS DEMONSTRATING . ITS MERITS: Built to Sew Well and to Last CALL AND INSPECT H. Hackfeld SOLE AGENTS FOR THE NATIVE HATS! NATIVE HATS!! NATIVE HATS!!! - - ? Price S1.00 T. MURATA, Main Store No. 1011 Nuuanu Street. Branch St'ito No. 1032 Nuuanu Street. :?' '. . Telephone Blue 3311 P. O. Box 884. 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