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THE HAJVAIIAN STA., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1902.
.rail. EL Porto I 7 I I' i t v i! ! : 1 "WHEN CELEBRATING ANY RE MARKABLE NATIONAL EVENT, Remember THAT WHEN ORDERING Pommery Champagne 1 YOU ARE BEING SERVED WITH A SUPERIOR ARTICLE AT THE SAME COST AS OTHER CHAMPAGNE, FOR NOTWITHSTANDING POM- . t MERY IS SOLD AT A CONSIDER ABLY HIGHER FIGURE PER CASH THAN OTHER WINES, IT IS GEN ERALLY RETAILED BY HOTELS AND SALOONS AT THE SAME PRICE. Jt stands to Reason That by the use of the best materials and the latest scientific processes with the absence of fortifying acids. primo lager Is the best for everybody. A Hono lulu brew for Honolulu People. BREWERY TELEPHONE MAIN 341. Who will do iff You are going to have your house Papered, Painted or Decorated. Who's going to do It? No one docs or can do better work than we. Investigation proves that few do as good. All we ask for It Is a fair price not high, not low. Either extreme Is fangerous. Anyone who gives us work gets the best going at the fairest and squarest prices. ' THE? 9 XJVUVTEM Office: Union Street, opp. Bell Tower. Jas. F. Morgan President Cecil Brown Vice-President F. Hustaco Secretary Chas. H. Atherton Auditor W. H. Hoogs Treas. and Mgr. TELEPHONE MAIN 295. Husfaea&Go.jlfd QUEEN STREET ' Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Special attention given to DHAYINQ ALSO, WHITE AND BLACK. SAND OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO'S VIMB TABLE rBOM AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1901 TRAINS 8TATIONS. Dally Dally (Outward) ex. Sun. D,ly ex.Sun D'ly D'ly A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Honolulu 7:10 0:16 11:05 3:15 6:10 Pearl City 8-ttI 9:48 11:40 8:47 8 60 Kwa Mill 8:33 10;0s 12:00 45 6:10 .Walftnae 10:50 . 4:45 .... Walalua 11:55 .... 6:10 .... Kahuku l'J:33 .... 0;15 .... STATIONS Dally (Inward) ex. Bun. D'ly D'ly D'ly A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Kahuku 5:35 .... 2:08 Walalua 0:10 2:50 Watanne .... 7:10 .... 8:5J Ewa Mill 5:60 7:45 1.05 4:32 Pearl City 6:15 8:03 1:80 4:52 Hanolnlu.. 6:10 8:35 2:05 6:26 Q. P.DENISON, Superintendent. F. O. SMJTn, Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Ast 'lf you want to buy or sell anything, place a classified ad in the Star. Three iines three times for 25 cents. HOIMOUNTAINS OR THE SEASIDE VACATION IS HERE WE FURNISH GROCERY CAMPING OUTFITS. For two persons camping ten days or For three persons camping ten days or For four persons camping one week or For four persons camping ten days. SO LEWIS & CO., LTD. THE GROCERS. 1060 FORT STREET. 349 TWO TELEPHONES -210. W. 6. IRWIN & CO. (Llmltorl.) ...AGENTS FOR... Western Sugar Refining Company of San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila delphia, Fenn. Newell Universal Mill Company, (Nff ' tlonal Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Ferti lizers. High Grade Fertilizers' for Cane and Coffee. Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fer. tlllzers for Cane and Coffee. Reed's Steam Pipe Cars. Also Offer for Sale Paraflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers. Lucol and LInscod Oils, raw and boiled. Indurlne (a cold wa'ter paint) In whlto and colors. Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and Brick. C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. Knhikinui Mont Market And Grocery Fruits and Vegetables BERETANIA. ST., COR. ALAK . Also at the Fish Market, Stalls 1 9 and 20 Phone Blue Z5U. AT SOLDIERS FACE DEATH FROM CHOLERA. The War Department Makes Public Acknowledgment Of "Duty AVell Done" by a Hospital Corps Private. WASHINGTON. July 23. The epi demic of cholera has been particularly hard upon the medical corps of the Army stationed In the Philippine Islands, or.d the casualty l'st received here shows Hint the surgeons and the hospital corns have borne their fhare of the suffering. Surgeon-Jeneral Foi wood rioo!vrd a copy of ore of tha orders, Ii which these cdjaltlen are announced af follows: "The i eath of Prlvnte Jofeph G. Melsemin, Hospital Coirs, llrlted States Army, is announced. Private i Mclseman was detailed to face death as a cholera nurse for one of our com rades, and died from the disease, caught from his charge an example of devotion to duty to be held up for all men to emulate. "Private Leonard B. Stevenson, Hos pital Corps, United States Army, wa9 detailed to nurse both- 'of our comrades with the knowledge that his predeces sor had been cut down while perform ing the same duty. Without a murmur he responded, and remained till the sou covered his plagugstrlcken charges, and then he returned to his routine duties. "The men of this command who have faced death amid the whirl of bullets and the excitement of a fight can read ily appreciate the courage required t'o dally walt Its approach in the form of one of the most dreaded diseases known to the world today, and the command ing officer makes this an opportunity to publicly acknowledge that 'duty well done.' the highest aim of a soldier, is I a goal i'rivaio Stevenson nas reacneu. "This order will be published at parade on Tuesday, the 27th Inst, and at general Inspection of the Hospital Corps on the 31st." II WKE and Mrs. Charles M. Oelrichs of New York, and Peter Donahue Martin of San Francisco were married here today in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, which was crowded with the fashion and wealth of the Newport summer colony. Th . guests represented the families prom inent socially and financially in this country, many having come from Cal ifornia to be present at the wedding. Cape Haytien, July 21. The army from Artlbunlte and from the department of ' tho districts In sym pathy with M. Flrmln, who has bjen declared president of the Artlbonltes, Is marching on Cape Haytien from three sides. General Albert Salhave has arrived at Plalsance, General Em lie Gaspard has reached Dondon and General Thesso Monflsto Is moving on St. RaphaeJ and Terou. General Alex is Nord, the Minister of War of tho provisional government is still here, but It Is said he contemplates leaving Cape Haytien shortly in order to take charge of the troops relied upon to de fend tho capital, Port-au-Prince. Tho population here is In a state of unrest, bellevlngthat the town Is going to be bombarded by the FIrmlnists. No rows has been received regarding the move ments of the warship Crete-a-Flerrot, but it Is feared she may appear off this port and land troops to support M. Flrmln's forces. There are, no foreign warships here. Phllllppl, W. Va., July 21 Two ne gro e s , whose names were unknown, were lynched at Womelsdorf, near here, last night by an angry mob numbering sev eral hundred.' The first victim was shot and killed in the station house; the second was taken to the park, where he was hanged and then riddled with bullets and cut to pieces. Both whites and .negroes are enraged and In arms. r nil: m while cross ing the River Volga at Berenskl sank and fifty-eight harvesters were drown ed. Oakland, July 24. Tomorrow night the sporting popu lation of the Pacific coast will assemble )n the new pavilion In San Francisco to witness the passage at arms between James J. Jeffries of California and Robert Flts zlmmons of New York for the pugilistic championship of the world. The event Is robbed of some of Its Interest owing to the fact that the men have, met be fore. On that occasion Jeffries wrest ed the championship from his rival, and, according to the almost unani mous opinion of Californtans, he will retain It after the referee gives his de cision tomorrow night. When the match was made It was expected that $00,000 would ho the total of the gate receipts. Then the estimate dropped to $50,000 on account of the lack of In terest arising from the fact that tho men bad met before. Later on, for other reasons, It tumbled to $i0,000 and now, at a tlmo when It Is easy of com putation by compiling the present sales with those in prospect, It reaches the grand total of $33,000. Of that amount $23,100 will go to the fighters and tho balance to the promoters of tho mill, who will have nothing to crow over when tho last bill Is paid, 'on ac count of the heavy expense they have been put to In building the new arena and accompanying expenses. The champion Is now In what might be HEBOSM MAN LA HUES 111 1 mm called a comfortable financial condi tion. Although he has spent the money ho made In Ills victorious career liber ally, he has retained enough of It to Invest In oil wells and other properties which have so largely Increased In value as to place him beyond want. He can stretch out beneath his own fig tree and live at ease If he wishes for the balance of his days. He Is not, however, of that easy nature and will, after his present engagement, prob ably go on the highway as the hero In a pugilistic drama. Money comes fast to thesplan punchers and Jeffries Is willing to take all that rolls his way. I: 8 tO- r 1 a , July 21 . Incen diaries are making an attempt to de stroy Fort Stevens the new military post near this city. Had their plans succeeded on Saturday night they would have blown the fort to atoms and perhaps killed hundreds of per sons. They set fire to the torpedo storehouse at the fort, but the building Is fireproof and their attempt failed. New York, July 2 1. Con servative estimates of the estate left by the late John W. Mackay place the amount at $SO,000,000. One of Mackay's life-long friends, a Callfornlan and many times millionaire, when question ed said: "With the possible exception of Sen ator William A. Clark, Mackay died, I should say, the richest man who ever came out of the West. He left more money than Stanford or Huntington or Marcus Daly, and much more than Fair, Crocker, Floodor, O'Brien. Of course, anything I might give In tho way of estimate would bo pure guess work, but I would say Mackay left not far from $80,000,000. LEFT IRELAND: London, July 21. The final survey of the Irish census re turns has been presented to Parliament It shows that during a half century more than 3,000,000 persons have emi grated from Ireland and that SO per cent of these emigrants have gone to the United States. POPE PROTESTS: London, July '11. Cabling from Rome, the correspon dent of the Dally Chronicle says he learns that It Is tho Pope's Intention to protest, probably by an encyclical, against, the French Government's cam paign against religious associations. DUTCH REVERSE: Brussels, July 21. A telegram from Acheen, Sumatra reports that the Dutch columns operat ing there were surprised by the enemy with the result that Lieutenant Uruyn and eleven soldiers were killed and two olllcers wounded. Tho enemy, the ills patch says, had twenty-four killed. BORN. FJ5LMY In Honolulu, Island of Oahu July 30, 1802, to Pastor and Mrs. Wll llb'ald Felmy, a daughter. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox announce the engagement of their daughter Lucy Kttu, to Henry Dlgby Sloggett of Ll hue, Kauai. COMMITTED SUICIDE. SAN FRANCISCO, July 22. Evan J. Coleman, for twenty-nine years presi dent of the Pacific Transfer Company, social favorite, man of great personal magnetism and princely In manner to all who had dealings with him, died last evening from the effects of carbolic acid swallowed by him. For some days Mr. Coleman had been suffering from a mental depression that caused his brother and only living re latlve in this city, Barry Coleman, to cnll in Chester Moore, a medical stu dent. Mr. Coleman hnd been deeply affect ed by his loss of the Paclllp Transfer Company's contract with the Southern Pacific Railroad after having been con nected with that concern for so many years He brooded over the breaking off of a Jong connection with a rail road which he had believed must be for all time. In his brooding over the change of affairs he grew morose and Imaginative and ultimately his melan cholia took the form of hallucinations until he became, without the slightest reason, certain that his sight was leav ing him and he was doomed to a life of blindness. $10.00 RE WARD. A reward of Ten Dollars will be paid for the arrest and conviction of any one stealing milk or containers from our delivery wagons. HONOLULU DAIRYMEN'S ASSO CIATION. Honolulu, July 25, 1902. THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yn 24,000,000 Paid Up Capital. Yen 18,000.000 Reserved Fund .'. Yen 8,710,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. The Bank buys and recelvcc for col tec' n Bills of Exchange, Issues '-.tafti and Letters of Credit, an transacts general bankng business. INTEREST ALLOV. lvD: On fixed deposits for 12 months, 4 per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 6 months, per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 3 months, t per cent per annum. Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank. Hew Republic Building. Moltilu H I, 11 HH 111! 1 i IIAWAIIAX I Engineering & Construction Co, J Rooms 008, 500, DIO Stangonwald Building, Jl All classes of Engineering work solicited. Examinations, Survey and Reports made for uny class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrical Construction. Plans and SpecIfU atlons and Estimates prepared, ana J Construction Superintended In ell branches of Engineering Work. Con 's tracts solicited for Railroads, elejtrlc and steam: Tunnels, Bridges, S Buildings, Highways, Foundations, Piers, WharveB, etc. SPECIAL ATTENTION riven to Examinations, Valuations, anfl 2j Reports of properties for investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E., Englnoor and Managor. W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Troasurer. S. SAIKI, Bamboo Furniture AND PICTURE FRAMES Neat and Handsome Designs, made to order. 683, Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl. Advertise your wants In the Star. CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITE1 Life and Fire Insurance Age rat (ST AGENTS FOR JA NEW ENGLAND MUTUAI, LIFE INSURANCE CO, O BOSTON. SURAKCE C Or HARTFORD. CONN. SING HOP LEE, FORT STREET CORNER VINEYARD. BUTCHER SHOP FRESH ISLAND CORNED BEEF EVERY SATURDAY. Island Beef, Pork, Mutton, Ham, Sausages, Liver, Butter, Cheese, Gro ceries and Vegetables always on handt DOES THE FIRE A Three-Lino Advertisement (18 words) will bo inserted in the STAR'S classified columns for 25 cents. Each additional line" at tho rato of 10c. extra. ADVERTISEMENTS CLASSIFIED STAR BRING QUICK AND SURE RESULTS. If it is help wanted, or house for rent, or boarding, 25 cents covers tho investment. CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED Commission flerchants. SUGAR FACTORS AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Company. "3 The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd, ! The Koliala Sugar Company. J The Walmea Sugar Mill Company. I The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo, Tho Standard Oil Company. -( Tho George F. Blake Steam Pumps, 1 Weston's Centrifugals. I Tho New England Mutual Life Insure ance Company of Boston. Tho Aetna Fire Insurance Company ol Hartford, Corin, Tho Alliance Assurance Company ol London. HOT DAYS and warm nights, with' their perspiration and heated blood, bring discomfort which quickly gives way to refreshing coolness after uslns Pacheco's Dandruff Killer. This preparation not only cools but also cures dandruff, preventing Inevit able baldness and that anuoylns Irrl tatlon of the scalp. PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER. Sold by all Druggists and at the Union Barber Shop. Telephone Main 232. BUSINESS IN THE COLUMNS OF THE 9