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THE HAWAIIAN STAR. THt'RSDAY, JULY 10, 1002. ... A summer Proposition. Well, now there's the ICE .QUESTION ! fft. know you'll need Ice; you know lf a necessity In Hot weather. We tobrve you arc anxious to get that tee which will-give you satisfaction, and M Uke tt supply you. Order from IBE QRHU-ieE S ELECTRIC CO., HOFFMANN AND MARKHAM. telephone S151 Blue, Postofflce Box 606 Celebrated JUST RECEIVED EX ALAMEDA. Craze Game Ping Pong Just Received E. W. .TOED AN, 10 FORT STREET . &. IRWIN & CO., LTD., Pju. G. Irwin.. President and Manager Cl&an SprecKels.. ..First Vice-President W ML Gtffard.... Second Vice-President K. XL Whitney, Jr..Sec'y and Treasurer Boo, J. Ross Auditor Sugar Factors, Commission Agents AGENTS OF THE OCEiNti SFF.AMSHIP COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Shoten, 1079 AALA STREET. mm mim ei obi NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. TEL. BLUE 392. P. O. BOX 885. WON & LOUI CO. Hotel Street near Smith. B&iiit&ry Plumbers, Tinsmiths, an Hhret Icon Workers. Water Pipe and Gutter Work la al It branches. Orders filled with dispatch. Oahu Tailoring Company, MERCHANT TAILORS. Butts made to Order, cleaning, Re pairing and pressing1; corner Beretanla and Emma Sts., Honolulu, T. H. OF WE ARE RETIRING FROM THE HAT BUSINESS AND ARE THEREFORE OFFER ING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HATS AT COST PRICES. HATS FROM 35 CENTS UPWARDS. 17 S. HOTEL ST. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. ff B Corsets ffirose 11 III SALE Can't Eat You cortaluly don't want to cat if you nro not hungry. Hut you must oat, mid you must digest your food, too. If not, you will becomo weak, palo, thin, tlood fund, good appetite, good digestion, thuso uro essential. Mr. Iloliort Venus, of Luinroston, Tas mania, sends us his photograph and says: " 1 HUlTervd greatly from loss of appetite, Indigestion, pains in tlio stomach, weakness, and nervousness. Sei'rul doctors tried In vain to give, mo relief. A friend then induced me to try Ayer's Sarsaparill.i, for it had done, him much good. Tlie llrst liottlo worked wonders for me. Roon my appetlto came bad;, my indigestion was i-urcd, and I was strong and hearty." M There aro many imitation ' Rarsaparillas." lie sure jou get Ayer's. Keep your lmwcU In good condition by using Ayer's rills. 'I hey emu constipation, coated tongue, biliousness, nick headache. Prepared ky Dr. J. C. Aw & Co., Lowell, Masj., U.S.A. "Paper must be selected In re ference to the furniture of the room as well as the architecture and lighting, and It must be borne In mind that the wall treatment has more to do with the general aspect of the room than any other single Item." II! Artistic and Inexpensive ail Papers IL1 I CI, LID., S33SES3 A Tablet With Latest Size Paper The most practical way of buying writing paper Is In tablet form. We have the new size paper the stylish ilze and furthermore we are the only ones who have It In town. The paper folds onee and flts In oblong en velope. "It Is 8. Kojima. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LIQUORS, Japanese Provisions. General Merchandise! AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. tO. U HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. Telephone White 2411. P. O. Box 906. LOO JOE CO., 1111 Nuuanu Avenue, Next to M. Chlya's Store. ..IVIoi-ol-Lcixat Ttilloivs.. Suits Made to Order in the Latest Styles and a Good Fit Guaranteed. Clothes Cleaned & Repaired Well Done. Sarsaoarilla D H Says 1 III A Hurlbut's Highland 1 Linen Bond ( very line In quality and B M either In blue or white with H H envelopes, to match. g ffl 'Call and see them. j HIlKNEKOj I LIMITED. ! I MERCHANT ST. I 1 On the way to the Postofflce. I SOME NAMES 01 JACK LIST INCORRIGIBLE MILK DEALERS WHO SERVE PRODUCT BELOW STANDARD. EXPOSURE EVERY MONTH FAILS TO INFLUENCE THEM. Dr. Shorey's Report For the Year Ending With Last Month Sanitary Oilleer's Work. At the meeting of the Board of Health yesterday, Dr. Shorey, food commissioner, submitted a report for the past month unci also for the year ending with June 30. In the report for June appear the same familiar names of milk-dealers who sell milk that Is below standard. Some of these names are In every monthly report through out the year, and their names are made public, but they keep on serving the same sort of milk. Two dealers, F. Murtlns und Nlshlmoto, were arrested last month and lined $50 each. In ad dition to these two the black list for June contains the following: Maka lani, Suatuni S. Nobilgga, Diamond lie Cream parlors. The annual report contained a state ment of the number of samples of milk examined during the year from all dealers, with, the number of such sam ples found to be below standard. The results shown were as follows, the iirst figures after the names representing the number of samples taken and the second Ilgures the number of such samples that were below standard: Dairymen's Association, 159, 3; Star Dairy, S9, G; Manoa Ranch, 31, 2: A. A. Montano, 9, 0; Nakataml, 03, 17; Kawa moto, 19, 2; Tavares, 31, fi; M. Cabral, 31, 2; F. Correa, 34, 5; S. Nobrlgga. 45. 11;- G. Holt, 10, 0; D. Costa, 38, 7; V. Sousa, Gl, 17; J. Sllva, 5, 3; Pedro, 23, 0; M. Abreu, 37, 8; F. Markel, 39, 4; A. Lopes, 43, S; Mendonca, 21, 1; Llshman, 3G, 0; White, 3, 0; Leah! Dairy, 1, 0; Ferreira, 12, 0; Kapena, 28, 1; Ito, 7, 0; Madelros 25 0: Whitney, 5, 0; Talchero, 40, 0; Fujloka, 30, 7; Perry, 1G, 0: J. Ka holka, 2G, 1; Mattos, 1G, 2; Martins, 33, U: Andrade, 13, 0: J. Cabral, 3, 0: Okl dn, IS, 0; Vivas, 4, 0; Hul Dairy, 11, 0: Suatanl, 9, 1: Ollveras, 7, 0; J. M. Sou sa, 7, 0; Matsuda, 2, 0; J. Leal, 2. 0; Restaurants, 29, 10; Private complaints 15, 4. Sanitary Olllcer Tracy's report for June contained the following refer ences to work done In his department during the month: "Two arrests have been made and a conviction secured In each case. One was the milkman who carried slops In his milk-wagon at the same time as his milk. The other pase was a man who allowed his cesspool to overflow and flood his yard and his neighbor's before he considered that It needed pumping out. He was lined $3 and costs. "Vineyard street Is now sewered and six of the most offensive and trouble some cesspools In the city have been done away with. The property owners subscribed sulllclent money to lay a line of sewer In Buckle Lane which parallels Vineyard street on the ma kal side and this has just been com pleted. We are working to get two other lines of sewer laid and so tar the prospects are good. "That swamp which lay between King street and the Oahu Railway be low and Just Ewa of the foot of Ll liha street has been filled by the Rail way company In a very satisfactory manned, und one more of Honolulu's disease breeding localities is wiped out. The Railway company are also filling other low lands makal of the track. "I have been after the laundrymen along the Walklkl road and out Bere tanla street who have been doing their washing at their places of business contrary to the law which prohibits them inside of the three mile limit. There were five of them, and It seem ed that each place was worse than the others. Two have gone to Iwllel to the government wash houses and three have built wash houses outside the limits under our supervision." Dr. Douglas of the government dis pensary was granted leave of absence 1 1 go to the coast accompanying his wife, who Is 111. Dr. C. A. Peterson was appointed In Douglas' place. SALVATION ARMY. Major and Mrs. Harris and En3lgn Matthls of the Salvation Army arrived on the Sonoma yesterday. Major Har ris succeeds Major Woods, recently In command In Hawaii. A welcome meet ing for the new arrivals will be held at the hall Saturday and Sunday. NOT OUR ARMSTRONG. The Pacific Commercial Advertiser says: The published statement that William Kevins Armstrong has been married In Los Angeles, Is erroneous. That gentleman's marriage occurred some years ago and his wife lives In Baltimore. The W. N. Armstrong for whom wedding bells rang In Southern California Is not related to the older man of that name. BALDWIN McLEOD. Dr. and Mrs. John Alexander Mc Leod of Milwaukee have Issued In vitations to the marriage of their daughter Mlna Prime to William A. Baldwin, manager of the Hawaiian Sugar Company. The marriage will take place July 24. Pictures Anv Size That's what you can do wit htho "Al Vista." If your subject doesn't justify taking a panoramic picture you can take it half size, quarter size, or three-quarter size as you prefer. If you Intend to buy a camera of any kind be sure to look at the AL VISTA" PANOraiO It costs you nothing to see It and gain. Honolulu Photo FORT THE NEW WARSHIPS ONE AT LEAST TO BE BUILT BY GOVERNMENT. All May iBe If There Is Evidence of Combination Among Ship Builders Naval Appropriation Bill. WASHINGTON, July l.-Tho con ferees of the two houses of Congress on the naval appropriation bill reach ed an agreement at 12 o'clock today on the point In dispute. The point relat ed to the contention between the houses ns to whether any of the pro posed new war vessels should be built It, Government navy yards. The House hud originally provided that half of them should be constructed In Gov einnment yards and the other half by contract. The Senate provided for the construction of all by contract. The compromise agreement authorizes the construction of one battleship In a Government yard, nnd nlso others In cases of emergency, the provision be ing as follows: "The Secretary of the Navy shah build one of the battleships authoriz ed by this act In such navy yard us he may designate, and he shall build all the vessels herein nuthorlzee In such navy yards as he may designate should It reasonably appear that the persons, firms or corporations, or the agents thereof, bidding for the construction or any of said vessels have entered Into any combination agreement or under standing, the effect, object or purpose of which Is to deprive the Government of fair, open and unrestricted competi tion in letting contracts for the con struction of any of said vessels." IN A TRANCE FINDLAY, Ohio, June 30. J. K. Breesen, a young man residing In this city, while In a trance last night made a number of startling predictions that were listened to and taken down by trustworthy witnesses. He says an attempt will be made on the lite of President Roosevelt within fifteen months by a man with a fancied grudge. The plan will be frustrated by the activity and bravery or the President. King Edward will recover, but he will not live three years. When his son succeeds him an attempt will be made to form a republic and grant freedom to the colonies, including Ire land and Scotlund, but will fail because the wealth of the country Is In the hands of the nobility. The Pope will die with the close of the year. His death will materially change the political map of Europe. The next President will be a Repub lican, but it will not be Roosevelt. There Is to be a terrible storm dur ing the third week of August. JAPANEWSION, The San Francisco Chronicle's treat ment of "the Japanese Invasion from Hawaii" is exceedingly amusing. Evi dently the editor does not understand the Immigration laws of hsl own coun try, or else he regards the Hawaiian Island as a foreign territory. Perhaps he has forgotten the fact that ever since the adoption of the Newlands re solution by Congress some three year ago, Hakail Is an Integral part of the great republic, and it is known throughout the world as the Terrltory of Hawaii, U. S. A. Although the Chronicle tries to make a mountain out of n mole-hilt. It Is not true that any large number of the Ja panase laborers have found their way from here to the mainland as reported nor it Is likely that very many of them enough to "swarm all over the State" will follow their departed friends, whose reports of the promised land are not altogether so good as pictured" by recruiting agents. In fact, the com motion once got up among the la borers, worked up by the agehts' sweet words, has partly subsided at 'present by the combined effort of the consul and others and It Is safe to predict that there would he no danger of any large Inilux of the laborers from here to the states In the near future, except of those sporadic cases which are always in existence. Hawaii Shlnpo. EMPEROR'S BOAT BEATEN. KIEL, June 30. Emperor William steered hl3 Amerlcan-hullt schooner yacht across the finish line at 1:30 o'clock this morning, two hours behind the Iduna, the Empress' yacht, which In the lightest of airs between fiat calms, passed from the tall to the head of the lleet. The Last Day came in second. "Ben" Parker, skipper of the Meteor, says: "They ought to pull the masts' out of the Meteor and put in a motor." The Emperor, Admiral von Elsen decker says, thinks very well of the Meteor. JAPANESE VEGETABLES. The transplanting of Japanese flow ers and edible vegetables to America Js planned by the United States gov ernment which has commissioned Mr. Ealrchlld, an American botanist now In Japan, with an investigation of the business. Mr. Falrchlld has called on Mr. Sato, director of the Commercial Museum, and entrusted the latter with the task of collecting seeds and sprouts of the llora Japonlca. Hawaii Shlnpo. we assure you It will he tc your Supply Company, STREET PROPHESIES SVJ ' ?." j !.:'? Garden Hose . : - ?!? 7. a When you get hnse you will find It the most economical plan to buy, the best. We have built up a reputation on the celebrated Dolphin Garden Hose First cost Is a little more than some other kinds we carry, but It costs less In the long run. Wo have a nice line of lawn. mowers nnd sprinklers and all garden tools. .0: :: 0. HALL New Corner Fort 7. . . . . . . 9: .: .. S &W Quality There Is a great difference In the quality of some canned fruits, vegetables, preserves, etc. Sometimes you have a can of very choice selection, then again, just when you want them to be of the best, you are disappointed. Did you ever notice that Hoods ar always the Best They are the cho.icest goods on the market, and we guarantee them. Money back if they are not satisfactory. They are per fectly uniform always the best. Ask for and Insist on getting S. &. W. Goods. Telephones : H. MAY 22, 24, 92 THE POPULAR GROCERY. Great Reduction Sale! CLOSES SATURDAY, JUNE 14. HATS, Hr, HATS, -SHIKtOrjS, SHIRTS, SHIRTS AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. SOLD. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. K. KING STREET, NEXT TO CASTLE SILK HANDKERCHIEFS FOR SHOW YOUR COLORS, WHEN ATTENDING THE CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT AT PEARL HARBOR. Tie?, Sashes, Handkerchiefs, Etc. 1120 Nuuanu Street : - Grand Reduction TOR TWO WEEKS ONLY COMMENCING SATURDAY, JUNE 28, OUR ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY RE DUCED PRICES. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR FLAGS, BUNTING, ETC., FOR THE 4TH OF JULY AT COST PRICES. WL. CHIYA, CORNER NUUANU AND HOTEL STREETS. Ico cream freezers, filters, ta ble and hanging lamps, ready mixed paints, door mats, paper bags, Manila wrapping paper, etc., etc. See the dlpslay in our windows. P. O. Box 609. 39 N. iang St. Tel. Main S9S. M. W. McGhesney & Sons. Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Leather and Shoo Findings. Events tonolulu Soap Works Cou pany and Honolulu Tannery. Si '. V ;::?; & SON, LTD Building and King Streets & CO., Ltd Boston Block, Fort St. isosmriA & COOKE. THE - Telephone White 3271 CHIN KEE, Llliha Street near King1, CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTER, TRIMMING AND REPAIRING. FIRST CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY. S. SAIKI, . Bamboo Furniture AND PICTURE FRAMES Neat and Handsome Designs, made to order. 663, Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl. Advertise your wants in the Star. Fine Book and Commercial Printing, at the Star Office. Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements and Fine Commercial Printing at the Star Office. atfc)ii,-t. .