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run Hawaiian star, Friday, july 25, 1902.
Safe Storage FCR Furniture. We have excellent space for storing furniture In a brick building where It can bo safely put away for any length of time. Wo ''will call for your furniture, pack it and move It to our stor age room on short notice. Our storage charges aro very small, being 75 cents per ton measurement for a month. COMPANY. LTD PROGRESS BLOCK FORT STREET. VNote Heads. Bill Heads. Letter Heads v and all kinds of Job and Commercial 5nS !tnnr nm executed, 7 L. F. Asbahr, Cottages and pleasant ' rooms, American a n-d 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, Ill III ADVERTISEMENTS CH ANGED MONDAYS. Visit Biom's This Meek The excellence of the goods, the lowness of the prices, and our endeavors to please, have made Biom's Store a popular place to buy. This week we offer "the following specials: BILKOLINES, plain and figured, 1214c. and 15c. per -yard. CURTAIN SWISSES, . very dainty, 12&C. and 25c. per yard. CRETONNES .10c. per yard. NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, 3 yards long $1.25 a pair. Handsome assortment of Babies' Bonnets, Hats and Caps, Is be ing shown. ;.. - (? 'v i -' .- . .v- .' iT&4fr-r A. BLOBV9. : Progress Block . Fort Street-near OBeretania Telephone White ore, .. 1.TX till 111 IXKj L HI 11 Will " Pacific Guano and Fc Houses to Rent. Wo have houses to rent in all parts of tho city furnished or unfurnished. Houses for Sale. A few choice bargains. Terms very reasonable. Loans. We are prepared to accept a few applications for gllt-edga loans. We have a client who wishes to loan $10,000 on best real estate security. Stocks and Bonds. A careful, prompt execution of orders for the purchase or sales of stocks and bonds on commission. Fort and Merchant Sts. Telephone Main 313. NOTICE John Mattos of the plumbing firm of Judge & Mattos has disposed of his In ' ' terest to John Judge, tho remaining Jud ' contlnues lhe business and la prepared to do plumbing In all Its branches. Prices reasonable, Manager Mrs. Mary Sexton, Stewardess Waikiki Inn ON THE BEACH. SPECIAL RATES FOR TOURISTS. A FAMILY RESORT. ...... proprietor. Ring up Phone Red 71. 3171 n ur High Grade Cans Brand Soluble, Dry and Fine, bllC UCOU O.IJLCI LVA Xtt lO. JL ; Better on the Market O. -HAGRNS, Manager E LOST (Continued from page one.) at the end of Ave nights the Prince announced that he had tired of the game, so on the next evening, barra cet wns substituted. Only Lehmrtirof the original poker crowd remained, so the members of the Prince's suite took part. The Prince played tho two nights previous to arriving oft Honolulu. He lost steadily, although he wns a much better player at the new game than ho had been at poker. "Gamble? said the Prince yester day, "oh. wo had a little game with some of the American gentlemen on tho Way over. They were good play ers, I fear I do not understand your poker game so well as I do baccaret. My losses? 'Hah, they were nothing." GOSPF.L TENT MEETING. (Communicated.) The meetings are continuing at. the corner of Pilkol and Kln.i i street.". The Interest and attendance ur. very pocd. The subject for this jvi-nlng will be, 'The Papacy, as Noted In the Old and New Testament, and the Significance of the number Six-hundred and Sixty- Six of Rev. 13." The workers extend n'n Invlta'Wii to all to be present. Judge Humphreys granted n motion for a non-suit this morn'.ng In tlif iO'p of Yee Wo vs. Lam Ylo. The Oahu College DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC. F. A. Ballascyus, Director. Open all summer for Instruction In piano, organ, voice culture, and har mony. WANTED When we cajled attention a few weeks ago to cur new preparation called U a S a f a . we- felt there was a demand for a really good article made from Cascara Sagrada bark. We were not mistaken and we are greatly pleased that the community has appreciated our efforts. We offered to give free samp ts of C a 8 a r a but few asked for them preferring to take tho regulai package being sure that we would not recommend It as we did unless there was real merit. They were right. This has always been our policy and cus tomers know If tho preparations ore not as represented they get their mon ey back. No risk taken in dealing with us. Casara is a pleasant-to-take laxative made from the bark, Cascara Sagrada, whjch Is well known for Its most excellent cathartic quali ties.' It tones and strengthens and Is a cure for habitual constipation. Chil dren1. take It readily. Samples free. PRICE 60 CENTS. HOBRON DRUG CO. FORT STREET, EHLERS' BLOCK. P. O. Box 484 ... - j UIO CIO UUUUj O-l VJAlVj Ann L Fertilizer 4 A" ' M'BRYDE BONDS (Continued from page one.) estate to afma.Jorlty of the bondhold ers. The Supreme Court says that the form of the bond Is a protection to the minority of the bond-holders as well as thb majority, and Is the approved commercial form. Tho security Is de clared to have been shown by She evi dence to be ample. As to the "alleged delegation of ff ithority, the court says that even lf-Jre was a technical dele gation of authority by the guardian, the court Is not willing "to pursue a technically to that extent." A considerable part of the decision Is devoted to discussing whether the com mon law rule limiting guardians and trustees In their Investments to pub lic securities or real estate mortgages, Is In force here. Tho court dec'aroa that the rule' lbes not apply In Hawaii, In conclusion the decision says that the order of the lower court "Is revers ed except so far as It relates to the 17 McBryde bonds purchased of tho American Sugar Company, and as to that It is afllrmed." One Important feature of the deci sion Is a decision of the fore of old Hawaiian decisions. The court says that It does not approve, and that the United States District Court here i.nd the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals do not approve, tho contention that Ha waiian decisions dating before an nexatlon are not binding except In the construction of statutes contained In force by the Organic Act, or such as may have become rules of property. The rase was arcued bv Robertson & Wilder and Hatch & Sllliman for the guardian A. W. Carter, and J. J. Dunne on the other side, appearing la person as guardian ad litem for Annie T. K. Parker, minor. HAD TO TAKE BALLAST SAILING VESSELS GET LITTLE RETURN CARGO. Mauna Ala Hud to Return to San Francisco With Ballast Today. Busi ness Outlook Bad. For the first time In about 13 years trading between San Francisco and Honolulu, the bark Mnuna Ala sails this afternoon without a return cargo. She was unable to get anything to carry her back to her home port and as Captain Smith her master and part owner, could not nfford to have his ves sel lying Indefinitely In port, he took 250 tons of ballast and sailed. This experience of the Mauna Ala Is declared by those on the water front to be what the other coasting vessels are likely to experience. The steam ships have been cutting so severely In to the business formerly done by the sailing vessels, that the sailing vessels find themselves not only without car goes down from the Coast, but unable to secure" full cargoes as former' , back to San Francisco. This Condition of affairs has been growing gradually worse and It Is said that a number of the sailing vessels will be laid up Indefinitely in San Francisco. The bark Alden Besse has been In port a much longer time than usual, and she will probably not get a full cargo. The barken tine Coronado has also been here for two weeks and It Is doubtful, If she will receive a full cargo back. The ship Hawaiian Isles has received nil but a few hundred bags of her cargo She has hauled over to ".he stream, where she will have to remain lndefl nltely until a new set of sails which were ordered from San Francisco re cently, arrive. As soOn as tho sails come, the vessel will get under way for Philadelphia breakwater. ORDER FROM C""KFf3y. A copy of an order m ide by Probate Judge Coffey of San 'Frinoieo, In the matter of the guardianship oi .Margaret B. Hitchcock, was fllsd in the circuit court here today. Coffsy c tiered mat $3,127 paid over to him by W. O. Smith of Honolulu as guardian of the wr.rd, be deposited for her In 'he I'nlon bav Ir.gs Company. THE WEATHER. Weather Bureau, Punahou, 1 p. m. Wind moderate northeast; weather clear. The threatening weather of yes terday apparently went oft to the north west In which direction there was prob ably a thunderstorm as lightning was visible there last night. Morning minimum temperature, "6 midday maximum temperature, 84; ba- rometer, 9 a. m., 29.99 rising (corrected for gravity); rainfall, 24 hours ending 9 a. m., 0; dew point. 9 a. m.,.C9; luimi dity, 9 n. ni., GS per cent. CURTIS J. LYONS, Observer. LANK AVAS FINED. An Inquest will be held this afternoon on the remains of Hakamoto a Japa nese stable boy employed at the Club Stables annex on Kukul street. The Japanese and a Portuguese boy named J. Pacheco, were wrestling last .Wed nesday and the Portuguese boy kicked the Japanese ln a vital place, Indicting Injuries from which the Japanese died 'yesterday So far as the Investigation hy the authorities goes, the affair ap pears to have been an accident, but Pacheco Is being held pending a further Ivnestlgatlon. Wllhelm Lans of F. A. Sehnefer and Company was summoned to act as Juryman on the coroner's Jury. lie re fused service, claiming that as he was not nn American citizen, he was ex empt. A bench warrant was served nn 'Him; whereupon he appealed to High Sheriff Brown. The high sheriff said that the, JIawalla.n statutes did not make any such exemptions as Mr. Lanz claimed 'so the latter served nfter being lined ?5 for contempt. The high sheriff has asked the attorney general fur an opinion on the matter of the exemption. THOUGHTFUL. Young Husband Don't you think, darling, that It would spoil the curtains If I should smoke? Young Wife You are the best and most considerate hus band that ever lived, dear. Of course it would. Young Husband Well, then, you'd better take them down. Brook lyn Standard Union. W. as C30WN AND BR'CC " WORK work. All our material is tho very b.st A SPECIALTY. made. Our prices nro ns low na tho lowest in tho city. All work KunrntiU'Ctl. A Modern Up-to-Pnto Dontnl Ofllco. . Arlington lllock, 2lfi HOTEL STltKKT, Opposite Union. SHIPPING ilfil (Continued from page two.) ARRIVING. Thursday, July 23. Schr. Mnlolo, Sanders, from Hamuli and Kallhlwnl nt 4 p. m. 'Friday, July 26. Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, from Lahalna, Mnalaeu, Kona and Kau ports iU4 a. m. with 3734 bags sugar, 45 bngs coffee, 500 bags seed cane, 256 bags tnro, 40 bags awa,' 96 bunches banana, 41 kegs butter. 25 crates fruit. 35 bass 'beans, 8 bbls pol, 23 pigs, 6 bundles hides, 1 horse, 1 donkey and 157 pack ages sundries. Am. ship Bangalore, Blanchard, 47 days from Tocopllla, via HUo at 7 n. in. Saturday. July 27. Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, fnom Hllo ; and way ports, due about 1 p. m. 'lay of August, A. D, 1802, all the right, Stmr. Lehua, Napala, from Lunnl, title and Interest of nld J. M. Poepoo noon'. Mol0kal-1,0rt3 dU n"el" 1" nd to the following described prop Sunday, July 27. I ort'. unless the Judgment amounting Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from idnul to Ninety-eight and 37-100 Dollars, In- ports. due early In morning. i terest, costs and my expenses are pre- . Stmr. W. G. Hall Thompson, from , , ,, Kauai ports, duo early In morning. Mousiy paid. An undivided one-half In and to all DEPARTING. thU tract Qr plec(J of ,an, ,luale at Stmr. Kauai, Bru.ulor lianamaua Puakoa. Honolulu. Oahu, and descrlb Ahuklnl, Eleele and Wnlmea nt noon, ed as follows: Four Lol (taro patches), Stmr. Noeau, M'osher, for Kukulhac- E hoomaka ana ma klhl Illklna a o le and Honokaa at j I holo ana Atom 41 Kom. 1.06 Kaul. amo ' Schr. Malolo, Sanders) for Koolau ' Akn 3I- W Kom. 2.50 kaul. ma ka ports at noon. , ' alna o Konohlkl, .alalia, Hema 49Vi , Schr. Ada, Nelson,, for Wulalua, Ka- Konl- G1 ruuui amo noma. IS" Kom. ual at-5 p. m. ., . Tr ,r , .. Am. bark Mauna Ala, Smith, for Pan Francisco at 2 p. m. In balnst. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per stmr. Mauna Loa, July 25, from T.nVinlnn ATnnl-jnfi lfnnn nnil Tnll parts L. Abrams. Mrs. L. Abrams, A. alalia Hema 63i,i.0"niklna 80 Pauku ma G. Hubbard. Master Hubbard, G. K. ka alna o Nla, alalia Akau 38 Hlk. Wilder, P. H. Teaff, Clair Bltgood, Miss i-30 KauI, ma ka aIna Konohlkl ma De Carmo, W. P. Fennell, Miss M. Fen- noil. Miss Fennell (2). Mies B. Taylor. , waena konu o ka auwal a hlkl ma kaht I Miss M. Marcos, J. Monsarratt, J. Is. Medelros. XIIss E. F. de Merrltt, Mrs. It. N. Blckerton, S. Marcalllno, J. Cowan. G. Millar, F. Buchholtz, H. Scholefleld, Rev. W. N. Lono, Mrs. E. J S. Cunhn, C. Cunha, Prince David and wife S Parker and wUe Miss A. Camp- ' bell. Miss Campbell (2), Miss I. Dickson J. W. Maddra, D. L. Wnrdsworth, Eld- , er C. C. Smith, Elder J. Hatch, Judge Gear, C. Alu, George Beckley Jr., Miss B." Lyons, Master Edward' Lyons, S. N. Palmer, H. Murrlck, J. Freltas, A. Enos, Mrs. A. Euos, R. C. bearle, J. Kaae. E. L. Cutting, Mrs. Keawe Poe poe and child, Mrs. C. Neuman and child and 61 on deck. Departing. Per bark Albert. July 24, 1:30 p. m for San Francisco. Chalmers Graham and family, A. N. Chapman. PAIN'S DRIVER ROBBED. Paul Stars, a driver employed by Pain on Train car number 25, was rob- bed of $14 the other night. The money street ln Pnlama, near tho end of the Tram car line. Lum Ngln has been taken into custody for investigation as lt Is 'thought he may be able to throw i some light on the theft WOLTERS' WILL. The will of the late J. T. C Wolters was filed for probate this morning with a petition of E. II. F. ,Volt-;ri for let ters of administration, it was made in San Francisco by the deosasu.l and his wife and agreed that the survivor should take all their ,ir ip:-.,fv and that When both were deceased nil should go to E. H. F. Wolters, he son. Tlv will i in German. NO QUOTATIONS. There was no meeting of the Strck Exchnnge this mornlng'and ron.fe iipiit. ly no published lists. M.U'jim on tho exc-hange are very o.ulet. ESTEE'S BIG CASE. Unltel States Judge Estce is still wrestling with the $60-petlt:on brought in to him i.i behalf of ongiiK-er Holland of the steamer Helene. Attorneys Mc Clanahan and Dillon, President Wight of Wilder's Steamship Company, II. G. Middledltch and Holland were in court j.g:in this morning. No way has yet been found to avoid forcing the sleam shlp company to pay the :iione twice. Judge Estee said the coit. t wntile try to decide the problem tomorrow morning. The Judge and all conrenvd showed It uch amusement at the amount of trouble tho $C0 matter Is causlag to the court, attorneys and ofllcers of the cor poration. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE. REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETING. Members of the Third Precinct, Fourth District Club, are hereby noti fied to meet at tho Water Works Build ing, Nuuamt avenue, this Fri day evening,' July 25th, at 8 p. m. Purpose of the meeting will be to nominal Delegates for the District Committee and the Territorial Conven tion. M. P. ROBINSON, President 3rd Precinct, 4th District Club. $10.00 JREWAED. A reward of Ton Dollars will be paid for the arrest anil conviction of any one stealing milk or containers from our delivery wagons. HONOLULU DAIRYMEN'S ASSO CIATION. Honolulu, July 25, 1902. MKKTIXH XOTICL'. The Sixth Precinct, Fourth District Club, will, meet this evening ln ollleo of Hawaiian Star, at 7:30 o'clock. L. II. WOLF. Secretary. THJi "KXI'KKT DFNTIS'I S." E, ALLEN, D.D.S. F, L, FERGUSON, D.D.S. Oki h'K I'liriirti Week days. Ill' (I l". M. Sunday, till 'i M. Saturday iitglitw. Wo will Kuarnntee t0 do your dental work nenr n Inlcss us can ho done to do srooil NEW ADVERTISEMENTS B Y A UTHOKIT Y SHERIFF'S BALE NOTICE. Under and by vlrturib of u certain Execution Issued out of the Supremo Court of the Terrltoryjbf Hawaii, on the 22nd day of July, A. D. 1902, In tho matter of the Rober( Grieve Publish ing Company, Limited, ,vs. J. M. Poe poe, I have, on this 25th Clay of July, A. D. 1902, levied tipon nd fif all ex pose for sale ami sell nt public Auction, to the lilghest bidder, aU the' Pollco Station, Kalakaua llaliy Ih Honolulu, Islnnil nt Onhll. TVrrlftiVv nf ttnwnll. ......... ul " " U'"UK "uo" ul "y. ' "". - '' "- ku ma ka alna o Lonoaca, alalia. He ma 41 Hlklmt 2.36 Kaul. amo Hema 45 Kom. 21 Pauku amo Hcma 46", III klna 43 Pauku ame Hcma 36 Kom. 75 Pauku ma ka alna o Pnla Konohlkl, c hoomaka'l. Maloko o kela mau Lol 63.8 na Roda. ... ., ,,,, , , , . , 2 All his right, title and Interest In and to that tract, piece or parcel of land situate at Paukoa, Honolulu, Qah and deHCribcd ln u c. A. 998 jj. . , , , , ,, ' p- 149 to Pnla, bounded and described as follows: E hoomaka ma ke klhl Aknll maua kela c nl ana mc Kua. lna ame Olomana a e holo ana Hema ' 630 Kom. 2.09 Kaul. ma Kaalaa a hlkl 1 i ka Kawalllu alna. Hema 34 IB' Hlk. 3.56 Kaul. hlkl I ke Klhl o ko Kawal llu, Hema 37 15' Kom. 1.42 Kaul. ma ko Kawalllu, Akau 47 45' Ko. 75 Pau ku, Akau 37 16' Hlk. 74 Pauku, Akau 47' 30' Kom. 44 Pauku neenee I ka lima Hema 11 Pauku 1 ke klhl o ka lol, ala lia Akau 41 15' Kom. 2.38 Kaul. hlkl 1 Kaalaa, alalia Hema 59" 16' Kom. 1.15 Kaul. ma Kaalaa a hlkl I ke klhl Akau . maIcai kcla e nI1, ana me Auwaloli- m"' amlIa He,ml 47 46 1Ilk KauK ma Auwmoiimu- Keenc ileum v" 4. , Hlk. 1.C0 Kaul. hlkl 1 ke kahawal Fau oa, Hema 48 Mlkr8.40 Kajil. ma na puu pohaku a hlkl I ke-nlanul. Akau 34' Hlk. 3.18 Kaul. ma ke alanul, ke klhl Hema mauka o kela e pill ann me Olo mana, alalia Hema 48 45' Kom. S.54 Kaul. moku ana ke kahawai, hlkl I ke klhl o ko Kamnkahiklcn hale, Akau 31 Kom. 3.84 Kaul. ma Olomana a hlkl 1 knhl 1 hoomaka'l, Ma la Apana 4 eka, 310 ananu. A. M. BROWN, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawalj. Honolulu, Oahu, July 25, 1902. NOTICE. ; i Henry Deacon Esq. has this day been appointed Chairman of the Dis trict Road Board for tho District of Hllo, Island of Hawaii, Territory oC Hawaii. JAMES II. BOYD, Superintendent of Public Works. Department .of Public Works, July 22nd, 1902. POyni" OF ATTORNEY. During my absence from the Terri tory of Hawaii, my wife, Ida J. S. AVeedon, will act for me under full i power of attorney. I WALTER C. WHEDON. ! July 23, 1902. AUCTION SALE ON i 1 Lilihft, Street. 5 I' ON SATUrnjAY,v' AUGUST 2, AT 12 O'CLOCK (400N, That desirable lot of land situated on Ewa sldo of Ltllha street makal ot Wyllle street, and" about opposite the residence of Mr. J. R..Galt, having a Irontago on Llllha' street ot about 200 feet and containing ait area of about 94 acres, Rapid Transit cars pass tha land. For further particulars and torms and conditions of sale, enquire of - JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. If you want to buy or sell anything, place a classified ad in tho Star. Threes lines three times for 25 centt). OF MiifiPriiprtf