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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1002.
FIVIB. GIVK US A CALL. AND BEE THE BARGAINS WE ARE OFFERING IN THE CELEBRATED Story & Clark PIANOS I Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd S. SAIKI, Bamboo Furniture AND PICTURE FRAMES Neat and Handsome Designs, made to order. E63, Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl. Advertise your wants In the Star. Now Is the time to use the Star's classified columns. L. F. As bah Cottages and pleasant rooms, American and 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. X. H. Dee, ADVERTISEMENTS CH 'I I PROGRESS BLOCK 1 HONOLULU. Ill Big sale at our store this week and all Important reductions on washable dress materials. Note these: .. Organdy Was 25c, now lflc. yard,. Dimity " 15c, " 10c. " Percales, 32 and 36 inches wide " W&c, " lOc. " Batiste ' 20c. " 15c. " Lawn White and colored " 20c. " 10c. " Challie, handsome patterns " 25c. " 20c. " Swiss plain and dotted " 20c. " 10c. PlgUe ; " 25c. " 20c. " Near Silk Lining (all shades)....- " 25c " ,20c " Our A. F. C. Gingham at 0c. per'yard Is superior to any In town. A. BLOI Progress Block x' Telephone White The Planters' Favorite Our High Orade Oane Fertilizer ! Soluble, Dry and Fine, Sure, Quick and Reliable Manufactured from the Best Materials. Few are as Good, None Better on the Market Pacific Houses to Rent. We have houses to rent In all parts of the 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-edgo loans. We have a client who wishes to loan 110.000 on best real estate security, Stocks and Bonds. A careful, prompt execution of orders for the purchase or sale of stocks and bonds on commission. Fort and Merchant Sts. Telephone Main 313. JOHN JJJDGE, The Plumber on King Street, does First Class work. GIVE) A. CALL r, .Manager Mrs. Mary Sexton, Stewardess Waikiki Inn ON THE BEACH. 4 SPECIAL RATES FOR TOURISTS. A FAMILY RESORT ,. proprietor. Ring up Phone Red 71. ANGED MONDAYS. FSIMH Fort Street near Beretania 3171 Brand "A uano and Fertilizer Co. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. lletwcen Boards. 210 Olaa, as., U; 100 Olaa, paid, $8.60: 210 Olna, paid, S; 10 Hawn. Sugar, $20. Quotations. Bid. Asked. i C. Brewer & Co Ewa Plan. Co 400.00 22.00 250.00 35.00 21.00 117.50 22.00 8.00 70.00 -1.75 7H.00 8.00 1.25 8.23 20.00 , Haw. Agrlcul. Co Haw. Com Haw. Sugar Co 19.00 , Ilononui Sugar Co ' Kahuku Plan. Co Klhol ; Klpaluilu McRryde Oahu Ookala Olaa, as., Olaa. paid up loiowalu 130.00 Pepeekeo 155.00 Waialuu i.mi 45.00 1 Walluku 205.00 Wilder S. S. Co;...., 100.00 1 Inter-Island 100.00 Hawaiian Eioctrlo 82.60 90.00 G2.B0 10. oO 85.00 100.00 Hon. Rapid Transit .... 50.00 Mutual Telephone Oahu Rail. & L. Co HUo. R. R. 'Gs H. R. T. 'Bs 100.00 EWa Plan.. 6s 100.00 Waialua, G'a 101.00 AGRICULTURAL. The Agricultural seminar meets this evening In the olllce of the Agricultu ral Experiment station In tho basement of the Capitol. Jared Smith will read a paper. Eleven varieties of seeds from indigenous trees wre received on the Helene yesterday from the Puawaa waa forest, being consigned to Commis sioner Wray Taylor. Some will be ger minated in the Nuuanu forest others being sent on to Maui. SCOTS WILL SMOKE. ""The Scottish Thistle club will give a smoker to Its members and their friends this evening at S o'clock at Progress Hall. Hawaii Pictured We call attention to our new line Island views. We have half a thou sand different glimpses of Hawaii, Its people, public buildings, street scenes, public events of note, in fact every thjng Interesting for the past quarter of a century. You can obtain these pictures no where else. Some of the plates from which these photos are taken are very valuable, as the people or historic scenes are now gone. Pictures at popular prices are what the public want. Here Is where wo meet your wants. A 4x5 photo, printed on non-fading paper, at 10c. each. By trio dozen ?1. Then we have larger ones, 5x7, at 25c. By the dozen 2.50., These are not amateur photos but work of the best professionals. We 'would invite you to call and look them over. If you are wanting anything In the photo line come and see us.r We have some new goods sure (o please. We have the popular Poco cameras and the wonderful little Snappa plate cam era. We like to show them. May we have the opportunity? Our developing and printing custom ers are Increasing all the time. There's a reason for It good, careful work that pleases. HOBRON DRUG CO. FORT STREET, EHLERS' BLOCK. P. O. Box 484 GOOD" BOAT RACES AMERICA MARU LOADED WITH RELIGIOUS PEOPLE. Who Aro Bound For All Ports of tho ' Orient Broke Up Games Aboard the Vessel. The America Mnru, Cnptaln Going, arrived yesterday nrternoon from bun Francisco alter an unevcnttul passage. She brought two days' later mull unit news lues. Tho vessel is going to .Manila this trip. Shu 1ms a large quantity ot freight lor the Orient. Her passenger Use Is quite large also anil Is quite un usual In one respect. There are over twenty clerical people aboard who are going to various Holds of labor in the Orient. As the result of so many goou people aboard, the trip of the vessel does not seem destined to be as llveiy as have other trips. In fact the relig ious scruples of the clerical peopio broke up the sports and games wmcn are a regular feuturo of the entertain ment aboard ocean going liners. Shortly after leaving Sun Francisco, a notice was posted announcing that the usual sports and games for the en tertainment of the passengers would be held and small souvenirs as prizes would be given. This announcement caused great delight among the pas sengers at Hrst, and the otllcers of the vessel were delighted with the prospect of tne crowd having a nice enjoyable time among themselves. But this hope was soon blasted. Some of the more observant and taciturn of the religious gentry saw that prizes were to be com peted for. This was too much und with one accord, the entire bunch retused to participate In such Immoral entertain ment. The result was that there havt been no games aboard the vessel. One of the women passengers went into the swimming tank the other morning. A male passenger was so rude as to stand on the forward part of the promenade deck and look at her. She forthwith went to the captain aim demanded that the passenger be ilreu olf the boat at Honolulu. Among the passengers for Manila are Mrs. W. V. Klneald,, Miss Fay Klncald and Carl KIncal 1, who are going to Manila. ' They are the family of Judge Klncald ot the Supreme Court at Ma nila. J. P. AVade, wife and child are also going to Manila. He Is in advance of the Frawley-Neill Company that Is to lij-e on the Korea for the Orient. The America Maru sailed for the Ori ent and Manila at 11:30 a. m. today. SCHEDULE OF TODAY'S SPORTS This afternoon's schedule of sport shows three forms of public entertain ment,, aside from the link hunters who will take their brassies and stymies to the Moanalua greens. Polo starts once more" for the season, the play being called for two-thirty this afternoon at Kuplolani park. There will be some desultory play before the match be tween unattached players and mejnbers of the .teams who are not competing. The regular game takes place between the Whites, Judd, Henry .Damon, Rob ert Shingle and J. P. Errtrn-n, and the Blues, with C. S. Dole, E. Damon, G. C. Potter and Harold Castle, the lat ter alternating periods with Dr. Mc Adory. The handicap of the Rlues ag gregate" 14 or one more than the Whites with 13. The individual set backs are as follows: Judd, 4; H. F. Damon, 4; Shingle, 3: Erdman. 2: to tal, 13. C. S. Dole, acknowledged as the best player In the league, 5; S. E. uamon, 4; U. C. Potter, 4; McAdory Castle, 1; total, 14. Allan Dunn ref eree. At baseball this afternoon the Kn- mehatnehas will play against the H, A. C.'s in the first game starting at 1:30, fqllowed by Punahous against tho Customs at 3:30. The changes an nounced in yesterday's Star will be made in the H. A. C. team, otherwise the teams will play ns follows: Castle will pitch for the Punahous. In .celebration of the sixtieth birth day of the "W. G." of local cricketers, R. A Jordan, a game between bachelors and married men will start this af ternoon at Maklkl at 2:30, with all the usual trimmings. The teams are as fol. lows: Bachelors: Cockburn, McGlll, Miles, Moore, D. Glass, H. Glass. Cat- ton, Picker, Beardsmore (c), Von der iiyue, Jamleson. Benedicts Morse, R. Anderson, Irish, Ahlo, Jordan (c), Harvey, Hatfield, Gill, Capt. Tullett, Rev. V. Kltcat, Pllnala, H. G. Blackburn. This evening the Sons of St. George nave a oig smoKer in San Antonio Hall to celebrate the coronation of King Ed ward, an elaborate program has been arranged and Consul Hpare will reA spond for "Their Majesties." The Scottish Thistle Club also have a smok er for tonight. Articles have been signed for a ten round go between Weday and Kamln sky to take place on Friday, September 18. There are many who believe the soldier could put up a much better ar gument than lie did the last time he met Weday, under good generalship. Pneumatic Billy Woods will chaperone the man from Camp McKinley. who will learn caution. Weday is said to oo stale, hut the suggestion is prob ably made from a bettor's standpoint. He will be In shape by tho eighteenth. FEAR AN ACCIDENT. BERKELEY. Anir. 15 Th f,-l,.n,la of Captnln Gove, whoso residence Is In this city, aro becoming apprehensive over tho long delay In the arrival of the ship Tobey which he commands and which left Honolulu 30 days ago and has nut vet been snnk-pn fnntnin Gove Is known as an evnrt mariner and has been noted for oulrk voyages. It Is feared that somo accident has bo fallen the ship. Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents. Are You Troubled With Your Teeth? The SKILLED EXPERT DENTISTS can remove the TROUBLE Prices very low; work as good as ANY dentist can do A HINT to the WISE Is SUFFICIENT Arlington Block, Hotel St. Opposite Union TO NAME CANDIDATES PORTUGUESE CLUB MEETS THIS EVENING. Will Nominate Men To Run Tar tlif Legislature In tho Fourth anil Fifth Districts. Today Is a day of politics nmc-g Portuguese, for the new Portuguese Political Club meets this evening In San Antonio Hall for the purpose of nominating candidates for th-i legis lature. The club decided some time ago to name several cnndlditei, and It will swing its voting powe'" in favor of whichever party comes to lt. aid. The club will probably nam; thro.? candidates for the lower house. Thea will be the first In the field excepting the Home Rulers In outside districts, who were nominated by a convention consisting of Wilcox and K 'ilauokalc.nl. Frank Andrade Is likely to bo one ot' the men put up, Attorney J. M. Vivas Is also talked of and A. Q. Correa, Oa mara, Pacheco are likely candidates. Vivas said this morning that he would not make any light for a nomin ation, but was willing to run'. If he is nominated he will accept, said the Portuguese lawyer, but as far as the nomination goes he is In the hands of his friends. Other possible nominees are making canvasses, und there is likely to be a struggle in the club. The members of the Portuguese club claim that thejr organization will be a factor to be reckoned with In the com ing campaign. They are working to naturalize all Portuguese who are eligi ble, and have already made a number of new citizens. The club will prob ably have several hundred names on Its roll, and will be able to swing mu(h strength to the men It supports in the Fourth and Fifth districts. DO YOU WANT TONIC? PARIS, August . Dr. Naugler as serted at the latest meeting of the Aca demy of Medicine that experiments no bus made demonstrate that a balloon ascension acts on the humnn syst.- n as the most powerful tonic known. A two hours' voyage In the air, he de clared, caused astonishing multiplica tion of tho red corpulscles In the blood and that condition persists for ten days after an ascenstnn. Five such excur sions .he averred, are more beneficial to an annaemic that Is, a person whose blood is thin and watery, or aconsump tlve than a sojourn of three months In the mountains. Dr. Naugler believes that the good ef fect begins to be felt Immediately an 1 that a lengthened stay in tho air Is only detrimental In causing nervous Irrita tion. The municipal council will be asked to provide a large balloon, one capable of taking up in the upper air dally llfty patients, or children who are too poor to afford a change of climate. ALCOHOL FROM BEETS. SAN JOSE, August 9. A new Indus- I try, that of making alcohol from sugar- beet refuse, will be added t the re sources of Santa Clara county the com ing week. The distillery of the Union Distilling Company of San Francisco, located at the old Lick mills near Ag news, is completed, and will be started as soon as representatives of the re venue department of the government arrive to gauge the .output. The latest machinery Is in place, about $100,000 having ben expended In fitting up the distillery. Black strap, tor the refuse of beet-sugar factories, will bo used In making the alcohol. This process Is a new thing in the United States, and there is but one other factory of the kind In the country a small establish ment located in Michigan. The output of the Union Distilling company's plant will be $100,0uu worth of alcohol a month. A force of about seventy-live men will be employed, and the distillery will run nlght'und day. The plant Is most completed nnd has Immense storage facilities. Its product will test at about SG per cent, and It Is expected the Pacific coast will use the entire output. . CUBA. Cuba wants money. She is not un like other debutantes. Baltimore Ame rican. Of dotirse If Cuba enn produce the collateral she can get tho money any time she applies to her nearest neigh bor. Pittsburg Times. If the Cubans succeed in lloatlng that big loan they will be fully convinced that they are really in the nation busi ness. Pittsburg Times. It Is strongly Intimated that Cuoa might desire to be annexed to England. We must not be the least bit surprises at anything v0 hear from or about Cuba. Washington Post. Cuba may decide she needs $3r.,00O.Q. . but it takes more than a decision of that sort to raise money. Just at pre sent there would be no gilt edge sur rounding any sort of securities Cuba might have to offer. Sioux City Journal Cuba, with a population less than Tennessee by a half million neonle. Is uooud to acquire a public debt of $33, 000,000. with more in prospect. Shrewd and long-sighted observers see the fin ish of the young republic, nnd that, too not far ahead.-Cliattanooga Times. PICTURESQUE DEVERY. New Yorkers nre convinced that Dev ery and deviltry are In some manner related to each other. Birmingham (Ala.) Age-Herald. The Hon. Mr. Devery of New York Is becomlnir known iih lh T.in.iio,, Murray of political phraseology.-Bal- Mr. William Devery seems to bo the heir to the query addressed to Croker, "Where did he get It?" Baltimore Herald. Devery Is no Joke, and tho people of Greater New York will find this out when it comes to voting. Is ho not. af ter all, quite as useful a cltzen as 59 per cent of the "smart set" men? Buf falo Commercial. Mr. Devprv mnv lim-ia tpnn)ila I., ... paining where ho got that iniuoy, but he Is having no trouble In spendliu- It, nnd that's the point that Inf rcats' hid beneficiaries a good deal more than the other particulars do. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents. SECRETS WRESTED from nature. Nattiro plucos most vnhmblo things whoro they nro lmnl to got tit. Sho concealed tho Kimberly (liuinondH in solid rock. Petroleum, now need all ovor tho world for heating and lighting and many olhor pur poses, wits discovered hundreds of fcefc under tho surfneo of tho coil. Ages went hy hoforo mou found, and wcro ablo to mine, coal in sufllcicnl quantities to tako tho pluco of wood as fuel j and electricity as an available; help to us in living, is barely moro than half a century old. Among tho wonders which pa-i ticnt and hard-working mod cm science has introduced ti tho world, is tho reconstruction of that grand healing agontj cod liver oil, in tho form ot WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION. Tho reader is awaro that for cen turies tho usefulness of this drug has boon impaired, and in many cases nullified by its nauseating tasto and smoll. In this offectivo remedy these formidable objec tions aro entirely dono away with. Palatable as honey, it contains tho nutritivo and curativo prop erties of Puro Cod Liver Oil, ex tracted by us from fresh cod livers, combined with tho Com pound Syrup of Ilypophosphitcs and tho Extracts of Malt and Wild Cherry. It is a healer, body-builder and etrongth-makcr beyond rivalry or comparison. Uy means of it diseases aro cured which have hitherto heen justly regarded as hopeless. In Fevers, Scrofula, llhoumatism, Influenza, La Grippo, Lung Diseases, all wasting ailments, oto., this rem edy is successful after tho old stylo modes of treatment havo been appealed to in vain. Both tho people and advanced phy sicians havo welcomed it as tho solution of a long standing prob lem in tho art of mcdicino. Ef fective from tho first doso. "You cannot bo disappointed in it." Sold .by chemists ovorywhero. (Continued from page two.) PASSENGERS. Departing. Per America Maru, "August 23, for Yokohama. Mlkl alto, -Mrs. M. Salto, maid and servant. MistrNNakano; for Manila Capt. Henry -Harford, Fred O'Brien. IS BRINGING HOGS. The barkentlne Irmgard which left San Francisco for Honolulu Is bringing a deck loud of 425 hogs. MA UNA LOA OFF RAILWAY. The steamer Mauna Loa came off tho Marine Railway this morning where sho had been for several dayu. RECEPTION FOR BISHOP. The Elks are arranging for a recep tion to Bishop Restarick who is a mem ber of that order. The affair will tako the shape of a ladles social session. Tho date will be arranged with regard to the bishop's convenience and will bo fixed within the next few dnys. A com mittee consisting of A. E. Murphy, Ca non Alexander Mackintosh, Emmett May, H. Wlrigate Lake mul Allan Dunn has been appointed to arrange the pro gram. These will co-operate with their own wives and the wives of the officers of the lodge. A selected urogram will be arranged, musical and literary, to i follow the reception. Refreshments will also be served in regular Elkdom 1 style. The Rev. Canon Mackintosh was initiated into thtojrjTAW' night nnd win oecome cnapiain ot me Honolulu lodge. Tho next time you havo a want, try the Star s columns. Bargain rates. AUCTION SALE OF ON SATURDAY, SEPT G, AT. 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, ' Honolulu, I will sell at Public Auction, by order of the Treasurer, Mr. Elmer E. Paxton, the following ccrtiflcatea of stock in the Olaa' Sugar Co., Ltd.. unless tho 21st assessment, due Juno 20th 1902 and delinquent August SOtli, 1902 with interest and advertising ex penses is paid on or before the day and hour of sale at the olllces'of The B. F. Dillingham Co., Ltd., Htangenwald building, Honolulu. CC9-C70 Mrs. L. L. Cooke 10-7 725 L. M. Baldwin CO 919 H. G. Junkln 260 1292.-9C0 A. W. Richardson 25-50 981 J. T. Molr ', 50 1025 Louis S. Gear 35 1207 W. L. Howard, trustee.... 10 1209 H. Macmlllan loo 1442 Mrs. Emma L. Crabbe 2B 1455 to 14C3 J. Oudei klrk 170 1572-1579-1048 Mrs. M. F. 130011 260 1C02 H. C. Davis 100 1G88 to 1C91 Isabel Kelly 100 lC92'Rose M. Kelly 30 ' 1701 A. S. Lc B. Gurney 40 1883 W. A. Greenwell s 190J H. Armltage 4, l'JOO Robert Murray 10 1914 Jerome C. Kelly 5, 1935 M. F. Scott 4S 1913 Wm. R. Kamanno-. 30 195S Mrs. W. T. Puty jf 2022 H. C. Austin i 2014 W. U Wheeler, Jr....y.. 1 Honolulu, August 22, 1902. ELMER 15. PAXTON, Treasurer. jasTfThorgan, .1 A I ft 15 O. jj.A.Gt'EJS&', Manager