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Uinrj I ii;uf lit THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY "JULY 3li 1902. EIGHT. J;... . if" I 5." $2750 WILL I1UY YOU A HOME. SIZK OF LOT BOxllO FEET. COTTAGE IS NEW AND UP-TO-DATE. IvOOfvtlor, IVtO-ltilci. cri$i;vis;, 135 very. . L. C. ABLES, Real Estate Agent TELEPHONE MAIN MO P. O. BOX 243 Honolulu Iron Works. BTEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description Made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmlthlng. Job Work Ex. cuted on Short Notice. On hand,' the following plantation shares: ..Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ena. Oaiju',' Walalua. Kahuku, I'loneer Mill. iltyku.y Pala. IColoa, McBryde, Hawaiian Sugar, Kekaha. STOCK AND BOND BROKER Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange Ofllce, Campbell Block, Merchant Street Honolulu, T. H. Telephone Main, 101 P. O. Box C83. HART & CO., LTD THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Chocolates and Confections Ice Cream and Water Icea Bakery Lunch. THE ItST RESORT IH II CITY L. J. SUN, Nuuanu Street, - - - Near Pauahl. Dresses, tiadles' Underwear, Mosqui to Netting, Pillow Cases, Underwear, Skirts and Chemises always on hand. FIRST-CLASS WORK. LIMITED UNION AND HOTEL STS. Phone Alain 317 , V. W A l V I. ItT IMMl I. VI' S Merchants' Fair Com. (Tender) Page Merchants' Fair Com. (Hills).. .Page Walmea Sugnr Mill Co Pane Power of Attorney Pane Prorln mRtlon Page Co. "A," N. 0. II Page K. O. Hall & Son Page Jaa. F. Morgan Page II. May & Co Page NEWS IN a NUTSHELL L'nrngriiph That HIvo Condensed cws of tli Day. Co. "A," N. Q. II., drill this even ing. Jas. F. Morgan has a number of cot tages for rent. Milwaukee puncture proof tires nt E. O. Hall & Son. Edgar Bishop of Oakland, California, Is visiting his sister Mrs. W. F. Allen. Frank Vlila will spond two weeks on Maul previous to his departure for the mainland. During the absence of Peter High. W. F. Allen will net for him under full power of attorney. Tho first lesson every housekeeper should learn Is to use S. & AV. canned oods. H. May & Co. The chairman of the Merchants' Fair Committee requests that all bills be presented to him nt once. The Governor Issues a proclamation for the modification of the boundaries ol tho precincts or tho Fourth District. Tenders for the purchase of building erected by the Merchants' Fair Com mittee will be received by the chalr mn n. Frederick O'Brien, who was former ly connected with the staff of the Ad vert! er. stopped over from tho Nippon Miru lie is going to tho Orient. YE WEI P! The Imperial Chinese Consul Yang Wei Pin Is gone and tho Bow Wongs are happy. He left at noon today on the Japenese S. S. Nippon Maru. Sel dom and probably never has any Chi nese leaving Honolulu been accorded such a farewell as the consul received. In fact it seemed a wnole lot bigger than it really was, thanks to an amus ing coincidence which happened exact ly at noon when the vessel wis swing ing away from the wharf. Yarg Wei Pin went aboard the vessel attended by Vice Consul Goo Kim and the various attaches of the Chinese consulate. The consul was decorated m MISTAKEN witn leu, anu appeaivu ihiihk u.m At salesroom, C5 Queen street, I gracious, as he bowed to his country- w, 8e at publlc aucUon, by order of men who were standing some 30 feet Mr P T Merry administrator of the away or. the wharf below. All of tho eatate of cjara Schneider, deceased, all Chinese who attended tin consul of the personai property, Consisting of aboard the steamship wore their one peari brooch, with diamond soll "sweil" Chinese garments. Quite a lit- talre one tusn brooch, gold trimmings, tie levee was hel.l by the consul on the two stick pins, one Hawaiian shield pin promenade deck of the vessel. It was after thi alohas had been spoken and Hie attaches and other prominent Chi nese had gone ajhore that the "coin cidence" tojk place. It lacked a minute to twelve, the gangway had been lowered, the tug had her line onto the bow of tho steam er; people were smiling and waving farewells, and chief among them was the consul. It was certainly a big de monstration In his honor, and It was hut natural that he should feel pleas ed. Suddenly the clatter or laughter and murmerings of conversations wore hushed for an enormous "Boom" Come rolling from behind the fence. It was a naval gun being fired, an In stant later a second report was heard, and then a third, and to on until thir teen guns had been discharged, "That's for tho consul," ejaculated somebody on the wharf. "The naval station Is tiring a salute In honor of the consul. Isn't it a gracious thing to do.' The consul heard tlu report and he too surmised Its purpose. He was the recipient, of recognition from the Navy of the United States, and, from bowing and smiling and waving his handker- ehlpf to hia countrymen nnd tho oth ers on the wharf, he wore ship In the direction of the Naval station and be- ;?an bowing and smiling and waving his handkerchief. It was cnrtulnly kind of Admiral Merry to show him this farewell compliment. The Chinese on the wharf caught tno snlrit of enthusiasm and burst into prolonged cheers for their departing rnnsul nnd the thirteen cuns. xney cheered loud and they cheered long and then they cheered again. It must nave been a gratifying monint to the con sul. And so the Nippon swung out into the stream, got under way and steam ed from the harbor, with Yang Wei Pin enjoying his triumph as he gazed back through that saluting gun smoke and saw his Bow Wong enemies fading dimly in the distance. It would have been too hard a jolt to have Informed the consul that the thirteen guns had not been fired in his honor, but in truth they were not. In fact Yang Wei Pin's departure had no more to do with the firing of those guns at the Naval Station than WU co had with the passing of the Fire Claims bill. The guns were not fired out of honor to Yang Wei Pin, but out of compli ment to Admiral J. T. Merry, who re tired toduv fro nithe command of the ,nnn, nniml otntlnn nnd tllrnpd fiver the command to Captain W. H. Whit- Iniv ilia ttnuf rrm m nnd nnt Thin trans- fer was accompanied with a little cere mony at the Naval Station. Admiral Merry hauled down his (lag at the Na val Station promptly at noon, and, be ing a Hag officer, received a salute of thirteen guns, while Captain Whiting's SANTIAGO DE CUBA, July 10. Vasslll Verestchagln, the Russian Dalnter who was commanded to paint a picture of the battle or tsan juan tor President Roosevelt, left here today for New York. He has completed n study of the San Juan battlelleld and the scenes of the battle with Admiral Cer- vera's fleet. L. F. STERNEMANN, AGENT FOR THE Nathan Hale Cigar AI.SO TIIF. Gaiety Girl A new and carefully selected line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Fort Street, Opposite Club Stables, Hon'olulu, H. T. Telephone Blue 511. JAS. 1 MORGAN, Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen Street V, 0. llox 55Mi Telephone 72 10,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER AT AUCTION. ON FKTDAY. AUG AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., 1, At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell at public auction, by order 'of Mr. II. F. James, assignee of the Hono lulu Paint nnd Wall Paper Company tho entire stock of over 10.000 rolls of tho latest and most up-to-date lot of wall paper In the city. Stock consist ing of white blanks, gilts and bronzes, mecn, silk effects. Ingrains, handsome ftlezes, two and one band borders etc., etc. Some $4,000 Is represented here In all new and carefully selected patterns. Samples on view on Wednesday at my salesrooms, JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER fl ON FRIDAY. AUG. 1, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. II., 1 pair diamond ear drops, two pairs ear drops, two gold pins, three gold rings, one waist set, trunks, boxes con taining papers, letterSj photos, hard ware, curios, ladles' clothing, etc., etc. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD. fUlITI vr HAWr A V Wd 1 VJil lUUllPfll, -rVLVJ. t, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At the residence of Mr. II. J. Carroll Emma Square, second house from Emma Street, I will sell at Public Auction the entire household furniture, consisting of oak parlor furniture, box coucn, oaK tauies, rocKers, cnairs, nana- some oan oeas ana uressers, luce cur- tains, rugs, matting, pictures, inning .table ana chairs, china cabinet, crock- b'"c hot water boiler and a number of choice ferns, palms and plants. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTION KEll Cottages for Eent. Two 2-story houses all modern im provements, good location, nice yards. $50 per month each. One 5-room cottage, kitchen, bath, electric lights, good location. $40. a month. Two 4-room cottages, kitchens.'baths, electric lights. $37.50 a month eacn. One 8-room house, 2 baths, kitchen electrlo lights, large grounds. $35.00 a month I One 4-i'oom cottage, kitchen, bath I electric lights, mosquito proof. ?30 a JAS. F. MORGAN, 65 Queen Street. Rooming Rouse For Sale. I have for sale tho complete furnish' lngs of a well appointed, centrally lo cated lodging house, together wltn tne good will. The place has been con stantly filled since Its opening, and Is showing a handsome nwntniy pront. JAS. F. MORGAN, (5 QUEEN STREET. JAS. F. MORGAN Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen Street, P. 0. Box 504- Tolophoue 72 IIIl'S A WINDOW FULL OF LETTER FILES Size 10xll?ix2 Inches Inside. It Is thoroughly well made, smoothly finished, covered with hard finished cover paper, has good fastening and a strong Manila Index. It Is the best file on the market at a low price. THE PRICE Sells Them ONLY 45 CENTS. COME EARLY BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE. " WALL. NICHOLS CO,, LTD, Why Suffer ? COOPER'S KIDNEY AND BACKACHE PILLS cure permanently backache, kid ney and bladder troubles. It does not take much to set you right In many cases, but the little medicine you do use should be just the right combination. Dr. Cooper, New England's famous specialist, after making a life study of this form of disease, perfected, a formula which Is now on sale In the ' form of pills, known as COOPER'S KIDNEY AND BACKACHE PILLS The manufacturers after thoroughly testing this re markable remedy, make the following offer: We hereby agree to refund the full price of every pack age of-COOPER'S KIDNEY AND BACKACHE PILLS which does not In 'every way fulfill every claim made for them. NewEngland Remedy COMPANY. Hobron Drug Co., Sole Agents for Territory of Hawaii. Ehlers' Block Fort Street, Honolulu. THE MERITS OF Primo Lager HAVE STOOD THE TEST. THOSE THAT DRINK IT SAY IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. Kept on Ice FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF CUSTOMERS BY CAMARA & CO., S. E. Corner Queen and Alakea Streets. DEALERS IN WINES. BEERS AND LIQUORS. P. O. Box 644. Telephone Blue 492, $2.00 A DOZEN QUARTS. DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF ,THE CITY. Lin Sing Kee, TINSMITH. Does Sanitary Plumbing Nuuanu Street, Opposite Emma Hall. (COMPANY. LTD.) Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort Bta. Manufaetureraof Soda Water. Gin ger Ale, FanaparlUa, Root Bear, Cream Soda. Strarueny, ete eta. The Geisha Waist Remains Queen of Shirt Waists HONOLULU LADIES WHO LIVE IN - PERPETUAL SUMMER, FIND THE WHITE SHIRT WAIST AN IM PORTANT Part of the ward robe EVER DAY IN THE YEAR. FOR THIS CLIMATE THE WAIST SUUULU BE IN i'OiNT OF WUllli-M-ilivielUl' A SLU'iiltiUR UARMfeJNT. AtAiNUlAUTUltn,llj OF UH.1&11A ll.ii.vii;, 'inuivuuuutiy: , S'i uuii-,jU U'liiJi aiTULliuW j.iL ARE Ax'LE IN A iUjuNiNiU WjuCII UU'iilUiJNid 1U1IT TO A REMARKABLE DE GREE. THEY SENT US A LARGE SHIP MENT WHICH ARRIVED BY THE ALAMEDA AND INCLUDES SOME VERY BEAUTIFUL AND SWELL STYLES, MADE WITH ELBOW SLEEVES, ESPECIALLY SUITABLE FOR MID-SUMMER WEAR. ALL FACTORIES COMMMENCB AT THIS SEASON TO WORK ON WOOLEN GARMENTS FOR WIN TER. AVE THEREFORE ADVISE THAT YOU SUPPLY YOUR RE QUIREMENT FOR SEVERAL MONTHS, BY SELECTING NOW, WHILE ASSORTMENTS AND SIZES ARE COMPLETE. Whitney Millinery and Dressmaking House WISHES TO ANNOUNCE ITS SPRING OPENING LADIES' AND CHILDEN'S J, HATS OF THE LATEST DESIGNS, ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES, MISSES AND INFANTS. . . - Arlington Block REDUG1I0N SALE Japanese Kimonos TEA SETS, ETC. ALSO American Goods and WL. CHIYA Telephone S311 White. Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets. NEW GOODS RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER FROM JAPAN LOO JOE CO., 1111 Nuuanu Avenue, Next to M. Chlya's Store. ..IVIox'olacirxt Ttillors.. Suits Made to Order. In the Latest Styles and a Good Fit Guaranteed. Clothes Cleaned & Repaired Well Done, M. PIIILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importer And Jobbers of AMERICAN AHD EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Comer of F t and Qctei SU. Marsh, Ltd Hotel Street , Ltd. OFFICERS. H. P. BALDWIN President J. B. CASTLE.... First Vice-President W. M. ALEXANDER .... 2d Vlce-Pres'l J. P. COOKE Treasurer W. O. SMITH Secretary GEORGE R. CARTER Audltoa Sugar Factors and Commission Ilerchants , AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com pany. Haiku Sugar Company, faia I'lantatlcn company, Noniicu sugar company, Klhel Plantation Company, Hawaiian Sugar. Company, ICahulul Rail ad Company, AND Tho California and Oriental steamship Company IN GOOD COMPANY Many dollars are turn ed away annually by The Star In rejecting offensive nnd Improper advertise ments offered for Inser tion in Us columns. This is a cogent reason why The Star's adver tising columns are so generally used and so widely read.