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(THIS HAWAIIAN STAR. Fit ID AY, JULY 25, 1002. A Summer Proposition. Well, now there' the ICE QUESTION ! ft.3 know you'll need Ice; you know lt' necessity In hot weather. Wo fcahrve you are anxious to get that Ice vkirh will dvo you satisfaction, and VoM like to mipply you. Order from IDE Oill ICE I WE CO., HOFFMANN r AND. MARKHAM. Hipijone 3151 Blue, Postomce Box COS Celebrated Corsets JUST RECEIVED EX ALAMEDA, Craze Game Ping Pong Just Received B. W. JORDAN, 0 FORT STREET . fi. IRWIN & CO., LTD., Wo. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager Cl Sprockets.. ..First Vice-President W ii. Giffard Second Vice-President B 11. Whitney, Jr..Sec'y and Treasurer na. J. Ross Auditor Sugar Factors, Commission Agents AGENTS OF THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY OP SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. hoten, 1C79 AALA STREET. If ill Ul NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. TEL. BLUE 392. P. O. BOX 885. WON k LOTJI CO. Hotel Street near Smith. Baultary Plumbers, Tinsmith, M( heft Iron Workers. Water Pipe ond Gutter Work Im nS lu branches. Orders ailed with dispatch. Oahu Tailoring Company, MERCHANT TAILORS. Bolts made to Order, cleaning, Re palrlnc and pressing; corner Beretanla and Emma Sts., Honolulu, T. H. OF MfK ARE RETIRING FROM TUB HAT BUSINESS AND ARH- THEREFORE OFFER ING' OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF KATS AT COST PRICES, HATS FROM 35 CENTS UPWARDS. B- OZ2L23LX. IT S. HOTEL ST. IB ttirose II BIKE SALE Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents. a 1 " Wo aro old frlontls, this bottlo and I. Wo havo known each other lor over sixty years. When a boy I was always taking cold, but a low doses of this mcdicluo would at ouco sot mo right. " When a young man I had a weak throat and weak lungs. Sly friends feared somo lung trouble, but Ayer's Cherry Pectoral greatly strengthened my throat, cleared up my voice, and took away tho ten dency for evory cold to go to my lungs. " Last year I bad a bad attack of la grippe. Tho only mcdicluo I took was from this bottlo, aud I camo out all right. I know it's good, too, for asthma, bronchitis, pueumouia,croup." Thoro aro mauy substitutes and imi tations, ltownro of thoml l!o sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Two slzos. Largo and small bottles. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.. Lowell. Ma U.S.A. fcue I Sa Says "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 tho wall treatment has more to do with the general aspect of the room than any other single Item." Ill Artistic and Inexpensive Wall Papers M ,OJXXXXSL. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LIQUORS, Japanese Provisions. General Merchandise. AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 0. HOTEL STREET. HONOLULU. Telephone White 2411. P. O. Box 906. CHIN KEE, Lillha Street near King. CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTER, TRIMMING AND REPAIRING. FIRST CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY. W. PrTsGhesney & Sons. WlH'lcsulo Grocers nud Dealers lu I enther nml Shoo Findings. .ecnts lonolulu Soap Works Coia oany und Honolulu Tannery. Fine Book and Commercial Printing at the Star Ofllce. The Popular Reshurani Under New Management. NEW COOKS, NEW WAITERS. MEALS, - - 25 CENTS The Best In Town. HO CHAN. .... MANAGER. We Tune AND Repair Pianos.. WITH Promptness AND Despatch SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Bergstrom Music Go,, Ltd PROGRESS BLOCK HONOLULU. , Silent Barber Shop Hotel Street. HOT AND COLD BATHS. BEST BARBER SHOP IN HONOLULU. THE lilt MEETING PRINCE CUPID AND OTHERS SPEAK. The Prince Enthuses His Friends by a Spirited Address A Good Legislature The Great Need. The Home Rule' mass meeting In the Orpheum last night wi p-- - lite well at tended. Prince Cupld'a address was frequently Interrupted by applause. Ills friends were very enthusiastic over Cu pid's oratory. "If he'll make speeches like that all over the Islands," said Em inelutli, who shook the stage with his stamps of approval, "he'll be elected. to Congress easily." The keynote of the Prince's address was the remark that he was lout for men In the Legislature who will do the right thing. He declared that he didn't wunl anything himself and had plenty of money of his own, without trying to make money in politics. He had been asked to Join the Homo Rule party and had done so, believing that It was for the bent-lit of the country. He had found out differently, and had bolted In the hope of electing a good legislature. Wilcox, Knlauokalant and the tram ways bill were referred to by Cupid, who closed by saying that the Kuokoa would nominate men of all parties. Prince Cupid said that he had joined the Home Rule' party to help secure good government and for the bencllt of his people. He had found out that two men controlled and were determined to control that party, Wilcox and Kalauo knlani. These two dictated all nomina tions for the legislature refusing to give the voters any say In the matter. Kalauokalanl was actuated by a desire to get something from the Tramways company, nnd Wilcox by his desire to retain his salary of $3,u00 and mileage as a member of Congress. Emmeluth said that In the last legis lature he had worked steadily and honestly to carry out the program of the party. In this he had been thwarted largely by Kalauokalanl who had not worked to carry out the party program. Meheula called the meeting to order and J. K. Naktookoo. the first speaker read the famous Lale letter of Senator Kalauokalanl, in which his secret oppo sition to Cupid hud been exposed. Ad dresses were also made by John Emme luth, Senator Kanuha, Kaloa and Ka alheula, THE PORTUGUESE CLUI5. Organization Completed and Officers Elected. The Portuguese Political Club com pleted Its organization last night In San Antonio hall. There was a lively elec tion, resulting Iff" the choice of the fol lowing olllcers: President. J. jr. Cama ra; 1st vice-president, M. A. Sllva; 2nd vice-president. A. G. Correa; secretary, Louis R. Medelros; treasurer, M. C. Pacheco; executive committee, Frank Andrude. M. T. Furtado, J. F. Durao and Alfred C. Silva. The following are the stated objects of the club: : "The objects of this organization shall be to obtain a decentralization of the governmental power and to obtain legislation vesting the administration of public works, local laws and govern ment in officers to be elected by the voters of the various localities and dis tricts and who owing their olllcial po sitions to the votes of the people shall thus be directly responsible to the peo ple. "To procure the naturalization of all Portuguese who are now or shall here after become eligible to become Amer ican Citizens and by thus Increasing number of Portuguese voters to enable lour people to express and exert the In fluence In public affairs to which out numbers and interests entitle us. "To procure a full nnd complete reg istration nnd enrollment of all ouall- fled Portuguese voters at all elections "And to procure a government of the people, by the people and for the best Interests, of the people in all our local affairs." "Any male Portuguese over eighteen years of nge can become a member as It Is desirous of educating the young people to a knowledge of American pol itics so that when they become of legal age they can cast their ballots Intelli gently. The club also sets forth that "In order to obtain the best and most advantageous representation, the club shall, at a special or regular meeting, endorse, by a two thirds vote of all members enrolled, a candidate for the Territorial Legislature, who shall Do placed and run on such ballot as the club shall designate nnd deem to the best Intertsts of the Portuguese voter In this Territory, without permanent party affiliation, provided such party shall place said candidate mi their bal lot." Meetings are to be held every Friday night during the campaign. A CURE FOR SUMMER COMPLAINT Summer complaint is unusually pre valent among children this season. A well developed case In the writer's family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of the best patent medicines manu factured and which Is always kept on nanu at the home of ye scribe. This is not intended as a free puff for the company, who do not advertise with us, but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy access of a physician. No family should be with out a bottle of this medicine in the house, especially in summer-time. Lansing, Iowa, U. S. A., Journal. For sale by all dealers; Benson, Smith & Co., general agents. Twenty-flve cents pays for a want ad In the Star. A bargain. TAKES THE "AL VISTA" CAMERA THE REVOLVING LENS SWEEPS FROM SIDE TO SIDE, AND PHOTOGRAPHS IN ONE PICTURE MORE THAN YOUR TWO EYES CAN TAKE IN. CALL FOR HANDSOMELY ILLUSTRAT ED CATALOGUE. Honolulu Photo Supply Company, FOKT STRE.ET THE RACE MEETING OFFICIAL PROGRAM ARRANGED LAST NIGHT. Eighteen Entries Promise Much Sport In the Gentlemen's Riding Rare. Cowboy Race Filled. A meeting .of the executive committee of the Jockev Club wns held last even ing at tho Club Stables. The program for the big race meet tomorrow was finally arranged nnd the following ap pointed: Judges, Samuel Parker, P. H. Durfee, Gus Schumann; starter, Charles Wilson; Timekeeper, Louis Marks; Paddockkeeper, R. Ballentlne; Clerk of course, Samuel Johnson. Printed programs will be distributed. Tho band will be In attendance, ar rangements being made last night to transport tlumi to the park In carryalls. The official program with entries Is as follows. First race, three-eights mile dash Polo pony race, polo players to ride; $30 cup. Kalllil, Dr. McAdory; Geisha, H. E. Picker; Wild Oats, A. C. Scott; Jim Crow, L. J. Maddux. Second Race,.one half ml'e dash Mol lle Connors barred; purse $100. Racery, b. m., Tom Holllngcr; Black Hess, b. m., 12. Devauchelle; Lono, s. h A. Domln goes; Amarlno, b. h., R. Ballentlne. Third race, one mile dash Special trot for named horses; $n0 cup. Nettle II., b. m J. W. Allen; Lustie, b. h., D. II. Davis; Wisteria, b. m., F. J. Turk; Artie W b. h., Captain Soule. Fourth race, one mile. Trotting and pacing for named horses; cup. Trump, b. h., H. II. Perry; Creole, b. h., D. II. Davis; Billy S., b. g., E. St'opp: Dusty Rhodes, r. g., W. Lucas. Fifth race, one mile dash Gentle-" men's riding race for horses that have never raced; weight 150 pounds; $50 cup. For members of Jockey Club. Braw Sctftt, J. Hogan; Kau Lady, Dr. Shaw; New Suit, II. Roth; Kuakoa, Prince Cupid; Cyclone No. 2, D. H. Davis; Jim Sloan, A. C. Scott; Supreme Bench, G. liUcas; Miss Warren, W. H. Drummond California, II. C. Vlda; Club Stables Ltd., Charles Belllna; Pete Koko, W. E. Hellina; Lady lie, E. McCorrlston; Nlu Wonder, W. Lucas; Frank, Jim Quinn; Folly, R. L. Colburn; Bruner, Jt. Bal lentlne; Detective, S. F. Chllllngworth; Just Too Late, C. F. Chllllngworth. Sixth race, 1 mile dash Patrolmen's rnce, to be raced by horses and riders now on duty and horses th.it have never won a race; $50 cup; no entry fee. Dandy, F. A. Burnlngham; Shamrock, G. Pearson; Walmea, B. H. Hortfeld; Richard Third, W. H. Curtis; Puunul. W. H. McCormlck; Klknhn, A. Spillner. Seventh race, one mile. Trotting nnd pacing for named horses; $50 cup. Charlie, Dr. Monsarrat; Walter R., Prince Cupid; May Stewart, W. E. Bel llna; JIadallne, Tom King Jr.; Grand pa, Charles Belllna; Prince H., I. Liv ingston; Hoopa, R. Rycroft; Dick, J. O. Schlelf. Eighth race, three-quarters mile dash Mollle Connors to carry 125 pounds; purse $100. Rosalba, Charles David; Mollle Connors, R. Ballentlne; Amarlno, R. Ballentlne. Ninth race, one mile. Trotting and pacing for horses named; cup. "Vio lin; W. II. Wood, Prince David; Nettle 4., J. W. Allen; Edna G., D. H. Davis; Los Angeles, W. H. Drummoml. Tenth race, cowboy rnce $50; three mile relay. Runaway Billy, Dusky Ba by, Leahl, W. S. Rycroft; Wela Ka Hon, Rag Time, Warm Baby, W. C. Vldn; Tom, Dick, Harry, Joe Lallllhua; Jack, Jill, Mary, J. K. Maunakea. CITATION ISSUED. Divorce Case Is Followed by Trouble. More Judge Robinson yesterday issued un injunction nnd summons for appearance In his court on Monday July 28, against the defendant In the recent divorce case of Mary Hookumu Wilson vs. Charles S. Wilson. The court orders the defend ant to absolutely refrain from In any way Interfering with or molesting the llbollant, and from Intruding In any way upon her or her domicile on Bere tanla street near Alapal until the fur ther order iof the court. Wilson Is to show cause why he has not made a deposit of court costs or paid alimony. Motion for dismissal of the case of Samuel Allen vs. Thomas P. Lucas et al, foreclosure mortgage, has been filed. A general demurrer has been filed by Mott-'Smlth and Matthewman for de fendant In the case of Lan Yin vn. Thomas Chrlstley. S. Hasket Derby was admitted to practice in all the courts of the Ter ritory by the Supreme Court yesterday He is 26 years of age, a gradu ate of Harvard and a member of the Suffolk bar of Massachusetts. Derby was a "resident of Boston and Is recom mended by General A. S. Hartwell and H. A. Blgelow. A discontinuance has been entered In the dhiorce libel of Bekie Ah Sing vs. Ah Sing. Anne K. Kentwell, ns guardian of E. R. P. Holt, filed an Inventory yester day, showing real estate at Knawa, Makua, which belongs to the ward's father, and ten dollars In cash. A general denial has been filed In the cas of Frank Godfrey, trustee, vs. Emma M. Nakulna. SHARK ATS LAHAINA. LAHAINA, July 24. A shark five feet and one Inch In length, was c'aught near A. Aalberg's house on the beach a few days ago. It Is stated that the fish was of a harmless variety. OLOWALU'S MANAGER. LAHAINA, July 24. Manager Glbbs Is the successor of E. Kruse at the Oto- walu plantation. Mr, Glbbs Is a native of Scotland, and has been In the Islands for about S years A HALF CIRCLE .. cm ; . .:! ; . . - A '.: CHAUTAUQUA Black Boards and F7H Desks Combined for I v Wo havo 3T of these Desks left from our last shipment of 200 and propose to clean up the shipment, eo while they last you can get a good $3.D0 ar ticle for Just $1.75. Look at them In our window, corner Fort and King Htrce'ts. They are Just the thing you want for your boy or girl when they como In fresh from vacation and are ready for school work, some of which has to b,e done at home. Call early, they will not last long at this price. S' E. 0. HALL New Corner Fort : .:! ;: .o ."., AT MERCHANTS' FAIR Thoro will be an attractive exlilb the fair and It is an excellent oppoftu familiar with the S. & W. label We want you to try these goods b make you regular customers. Ask fo on getting them. We guarantee fund your money if there is any The variety put up under the lng of the choicest fruits, vegetables, . Oysters, Salmon, Lobster, Etc. Telephones : 22, 24, 92 H. MAY THE POPULAR GROCERY. NEW GOODS, LATEST STYLES IN NECKWEAR, SHIRTS AND GENT'S WEARING.. APPAREL. STRAW HATS OF ALL KINDS M ADE IN THE PREMISES. OUR JAPANESE GOODS ARE IMPORTED DIRECT FROM JAPAN AND THE PRICES' ARE RIGHT. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. K. KING STREET, NEXT TO CASTLE 1121 NUUANU ST. AND Sayegiisa Importer and Dealer In , JAPANESE SILK GOODS, HANDKERCHIEFS, KIMONAS, MATTING. BAMBOO WARE AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS. Wholesale Japanese Provisions Fancy Goods Received by Every Steamer and Island Orders Promptly At tended to. TELEPHONES WHITE 3271 and BLUE 1051. Grand eduction For 15 Days commencing Saturday July 26 GENUINE BARGAINS IN GENT'S FURNISHING .GOODS OF ALL DESCRDPTIONS. re:. FUKURODA, Robinson. Block, Phone White 2421, 14 Hotel Street. Selvyt Polishing Cloth Wonderful and Quick Polisher It puts a lustre of silver oh furniture, pianos, metals, etc., that can be obtained In no other manner. Far superior to the Chamols-skln and costs much less. When It becomes soiled IT CAN BE WASHED AND IS A SGOO DAS NEW. Three sizes. Prices, 23c., 60c, and 75c. One or more should be In every house. See them In our window. Hawaiian News Co.. JUimited Merchant Street Star want ads pay at once. . ..? & SON, LTD Building and King Streets THE It of S. & W. canned goods at nlty for every lady to become ecause we know that' they will r them, and, if necessary, Insist quality and will cheerfully re- the dlssa S. & tlsfactlon. W. label Is very large, consist- jams and preserves, as well as & CO., Ltd Boston Block, Fort St. IS05HIHA & COOKE. hoten 9 COR. KING AND LILIHA. P. O. BOX 883. Want ads In Star cost but 23 cents.