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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY. AUGUST 23. 1902. A Summer Proposition. (Well, now there' the ICE QUESTION ! 8TMJ know you'll need Ice: you know If a necessity In hot weather. We hvo you are anxious to get that Ice Wfcieh will give you satisfaction, and V9 Uke to supply you. Order from (HOFFMANN AND MARKHAM. lphone 31G1 Blue, Postolllce Box COG Celebrated WB Corsets JUST RECEIVED EX ALAMEDA, Craze Game Ping Pong 'Just Received 35. W. JORDAN, 10 FORf STREET W. &. IRWIN & CO., LTD., BTia. O. Irwin. .President and Manager Claui Spreckels.... First Vice-President BT M. Qlftard.... Second Vice-President H. 1L Whitney, Jr..Sec'y and Treasurer Sfeo. J. Ross Auditor Sugar Factors, Commission Agents AGENTS OF THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. irose Shoten, 1C79 AALA STREET. HI1U Ul STEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. JTKL. BLUE 302. P. O. BOX 885. Oahu Tailoring Company, MERCHANT TAILORS. Bmlta made to Order, cleaning, Re pairing and pressing; corner Beretanla aad Emma Sts Honolulu, T. H. II CLEARANCE IE OF r WE ARE RETIRING FROM 1 THE HAT BUSINESS AND I ARE THEREFORE OFFER- i 3NG OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF EATS AT COST PRICES. 1 HATS FROM 35 CENTS 1 OTWAnDS. 17 S. HOTEL ST. Silent Barber Shop Hotel Street. HOT AND COLD BATHS, i BEST BARBER SHOP IN HONOLULU. A Bad Skin Trim From Truck To Keelson l'rick your sklu wlih a needlo You will seo It Is full of blood, full all tho timo. Hut what kind of blood? lllch and pin o? Or thin and Inquire? l'uro blood makes tho skin clear, smooth, healthy. Impuro blood covers tho sklu with pimples, sores, bolls, uczuma, eruptions, tettor, ult-iiicum. i j li-jTH - l Mr. Frank Hnwott, of Kalgoorllo, W. A., Bcuilsliiapliotograiilitindt'ilswhat cured liiin. " When n lmy my sltin brokoout In bad sores about my bands. Alter trying 'a great urnny remedies In vain, I took Aycr's S.irsaparllla anil was quickly cured, licccutly I was troubled again with severo bolls, but ono lot tie or tho same old remedy completely cured me. It' the greatest blood-purifying medi cine in tho world.'' AVER'S Sarsaparilla There are many imitation " Sarsaparillas." Do sure you get Aycr's. Aid tho Sarsaparilla by keeping your bowels In good condition with Ayer's Tills. Picpared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.. Lowell, Mus., U.S.A. B EFORE UY1NQ LUMBER, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, GLASS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, OILS OR COAL, SEE THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BARE LIMITED. Subscribed Capital -.Yen 24.C00.000 Pnld Up Capital Yen 18,000,000 Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000 HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA. The Bank buys and receives for col lee" n Bills of Exchange, Issues .rafts and Letters of Credit, an transacts a general bankng business. INTEREST ALLOW LD: On fixed deposits for 12 months, 4 per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 6 months, i per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 8 months, S per cent. per annum. Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank. SAN FRANCISCO, August 11. Two North Side city blocks and a third of another In length, all steel, twin screw ed by two quadruple expansion engines of 10,000 horsepower, mo'dern from truck to keelson, from galley range to spice canister, burst out of the murk this morning off North Heads and on tho breast of the tide's Hood came piling through the Golden Gate. A lleet of dirty little steam schooners making for the open and their roek-bound holes that they call ports on the coast to tho north and south saw her coming and edged Into the land as if afraid. "Sly what a brute," said ono as she passed Iter. "Look at those funnels," said ono that was going after lumber. "They're ' like the sawmills at Tillamook." "Biggest I ever saw In this bay," said another with an upper register whistle to her nearest neighbor and then with all the might of her soprano voices she shrilled 'What's your name, and where are you from?' " "Humph!" said tho big ship. II"umph! Read it on my brows, you impudent hussy. It's there in letters a foot and over deep. Brass they are and not painted: K-O-R-E-A." The little steam schooner hung her head at tho mention of brass her builders thought paint und galvanized Iron good enough for her but she had evidently been brought up well. Before he passed out of speaking distance alio shrilled back: "Welcome; I'm glad you're here!" Some sailormen say that ships talk to each other, and If they do, that Is what passed tills morning In the strait between the Pacific Slall Company's now liner Korea, the longest vessel that was ever lrt the harbor of San Francisco, and the cargo craft heading for the sea. Fifty-four days she was from Newport News, Va., without hlteh or harm. 'he Korea In outward appearance be longs to the type of the American line of the Western Ocean Express steam ships St. Paul and St. Louis, two mast ed, double funneled, with a long sweep of a two-tiered promenade deck cut ting down fore and aft Into two un ralled decks where the hatches are and then coming up again Into a topgallant forecastle and poop deck big enough for ball room lloors. She Is just the kind of a liner, like a "grand hotel," that was cheered by the men of the Bolivar swamping In the sea. She was born In the yards of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company and Is supposed to be the best that American skill can turn out with American material. Five hun dred and seventy-one feet spven In ches long, sixty-three feet two inches broad and forty feet eight inches deep those are her dimensions. She dis places 1S.00O tons of good salt water, has a gross measurement of 11.276 tons, can carry 5651 cubic tons or about 7500 dead weight, has two sets of quadru ple expansion engines with cylinders 35, 50, 70 and 100 Inches In diameter, capable of developing 19,000 horsepow er; fourteen bollers-slx double enders and two singles and llfty-slx furnaces. Telephones communicate with eery part of the big steel fabric, the latest Improved telegraph system directs her movements and every conceivable pa tent for economizing labor and time is where It should be. The steering gear Is a marvel of strength and utility. Tho bridge Is" a sailor's dream and the en ginesChief Engineer Paul Rossiter pointed toward them when he was ask ed about their ability and said: "They are beauties." They look It. They sent her along at twenty knots on her trial trip and can turn up ninety revolutions with wheeU of a twenty-live-foot pitch. Captain William Seabury, the veteran commander of the Pacific Stall's licet and formerly master of the yacht-like China, Is the Korea's skipper. He was proud today when he told about his new charge, and well he ought to be. He has under him for olllcers: G. Slc Kenna, chief, formerly of tho Colon; Harry Lewis, second, formerly of the Colon, and W. Parker, formerly of the Morgan line. Paul Rossiter Is chief en gineer, and has for assistants In the order named G. W. Qulnn, J. 13. Jlorris and H. Cowan. Both the chief and hid first assistant held the same positions on the City of Sydney. A crow of twenty sailors, thirty fire men nnd twenty coal-passers brought the ship around the Horn. When she sails from here at the end of this month for tho Orient her complement will be over 200. It will include the olll cers und engineers named, six Juniors, twelve oilers, three water-tenders, one electrical engineer, forty-five firemen and forty-llvo coal-passers. The saloon is a beautiful creation In a rosewood .setting, and has a seating capacity at tables for 202 people. All the oiiicers' quarters are abaft the cap tain's, on the hurricane deck, and with in easy call of the bridge, while the en gineer's are situated with due regatd for similar access to the engine room. The European steerage Is forward, in the eyes of the vessel, under the top gallant forecastle, and the Asiatic is aft. under the poop. The Chinese crew of the Korea is ex pected here on the Gaelic. It waa to have arrived on the City of Peking, but that ship's breaking of her thrust shaft will keep her out East for a cou ple of months behind her scjiedule. The likelihood Is that the Korea will not sail before September 1. IOOOOOC 7000 OOOOOOOOwOOOOOOCOOOwOwCSOOO OOOOwOOOOOOOOC FRED HOLTHEISER DEPARTS. Fred G. Holthelser who came to Ho nolulu over a year ago and established the library for the Advertiser, was a passenger on the bark Andrew Welch this morning for San Francisco. His heajth had not been good during the last few months of his residence In Ho nolulu and he thought that a change to a colder ellmnte would be of benefit to him. His departure was a source of much regret as he was very popular In this city. It is rumored that he will re turn and when he again leaves for ban Francisco, It will not be alone. SUNDAY BAND CONCERT. The Territorial band will render the following concert tomorrow afternoon at the Capitol. PART I. "Old Hundred." Overture "Hungarian" ' Bela (a) "By the River" (new) (b) "Pan- sles" (new) Erlehs Grand Selection "Pirates of Penzance ' Sullivan Vocal selection. Four Hawaiian songs. PART II. Selection "Popular Airs" (new) am., (a) "Cloister Bells," (now) (b) "Mil itary Rerteat" (new) Wely Fantasia "Amoureuse" (new) . . Bergere Finale "Hamiltonlan" (new) Hall "Star Spangled Banner" NEBRASKAN ON THE WAY. SAN FRANCISCO, August 16. Word was received yesterday that the new steamer Nebraskan of the American Hawaiian line, designed for the San Francisco-Honolulu route, had sailed from St. Lucia, en route from New York. After coaling at Coronel, tne Nebraskan will call at San Diego to discharge a quantity of freight. Upon arrival here she Is to be converted Into an oil-burner. The Nebraskan's sister ship the Nevadan, will be due here Slonday from Honolulu und Kahulul. CRAZED FIRESIAN SUICIDES August Walters a fireman aboard the S. S. Tamplco, jumped overboard Au gust 13 from the vessel. His body was recovered and although the man was conscious, he could not be revived and expired. He was insane at the time he jumped from the vessel He was burled at sea. BEATS PAPA ITA. An American Who Walks Over Every Old Thing. SIADE HERO OF BRIGAND. New RepnMic Bnililing, Honolulu H L WON & LOUI CO. Hotel street, near Smith. Sanitary Plumbers. Tinsmiths, and Sheet Iron Workers. AVater Pipe and Gutter Work In all its branches. Orders filled with dispatch. REflOVAL NOTICE. Wing Wo Lung Co., Ltd., dealers In general merchandise and Chinese pro visions, havo removed from 21 Hotel street to 31 Hotel street, near Smith, and are now ready for business. CARSIICHAEL DIVORCE SUIT. SAN FRANCISCO, August 15. Sirs. Alice SI. Carmlchael yesterday filed suit for divorce from her husband, Dr. Duncan A. Carmlchael, who was Qua rantine Olllcer at this port a short time last year. The charges is desertion. The Carmlchaels were married In Ho nolulu on July 28, 1899, and in the fol lowing Slay, It Is alleged, Carmlchael struck his wife with such force that she Avas knocked downV She ran away from her home and remained until June 4th. On July 22, 1901, It Is claimed Dr. Carmlchael again struck her. He left her the following day and the couple have since been separated. On December 24th, last year, Sirs. Carmlchael sued for maintenance, pe titioning for $175 a month In addition to her private Income. Dr. Carmlchael, who Is still connected in the East with the government quarantine service, re ceives $300 a month. Sirs, Carmlchael has tone child the Issue of a former marriage. THEIR KIND. Mrs. Gausslp Do you think those new-comers would be likely to Join Bur Browning society Sirs. Sharpe Oh; Not at all. Mrs. Gausslp Why, what sort of peo ple are they? Sirs. Sharpe "They're the sort of people who have crayon portraits on easels In the parlor. Catholic Standard and Times. Greek Slake Idiots of Themselves Over ' a Robber. ATHENS, Aug. 9. Panopoulos, the notorious Greek' brigand, had an enthu siastic ovation from Patras to the pris on at Rlos. Flowers were thrown at his carriage, and women endeavored to embrace him. lie behaved like a royal parson age, taking off his hat and waving his hand In recognition of the cheers which were given him. On nrrhing at the prison he was con ducted to a comfortably furnished room, where later In the day the Gov ernor, with much ceremony. Introduc ed the visiting magistrates, who on their part treated the brigand with the greatest courtesy and consideration. All the newspapers have been pub lishing long accounts of his doings and sayings, with the result that the people have begun to regard him as a na tional hero. He Is allowed to receive visitors at the prison, which Is dally crowded with people eager to converse with the brigand. HAYTIAN TOWN ASKS AID. PORT AU PRICE .Haytl, August 15. The people of Petit Goave, to the west of here, are In great distress and havo asked for assistance. It was reported from Port au Prince, August ,6 that further government reenforcements had started for Petit Goave to aid the gov ernment forces beaten there by the revolutionists. BLOESIFONTEIN, August 9. Sir. Schilling, an American, who Is travel ing around the world on foot, arrived here yesterday. He left New York on August 3, 1S97, clad in a suit of newspapers, hatless, bootless and penniless. He has under taken for a wager of 5,000 to com plete the Journey within five years, neither to beg, borrow, nor steal, and to have accumulated 1,000. Since leaving New York he has traveled a distance of 29,700 miles, and walked through the United States, Canada, Slexlco, Australia, Tasmania, New,Zea land, India, Burmah, China, Slamf Jap an, Siberia, the Philippines, and part of South Africa. He has still to travel to Cairo via Belra, Slombassa, and the Soudan, across Europe, Including Aus tria, Russia, Germany, Holland, Italy, France and England, which means an other 8,000 miles, to complete which he has Just thirteen months. In the course of. his wanderings. Sir. Schilling has witnessed four wars the Spanish-American, the Philippines, the Boxer, and the Boer been held up by Slexlcans, robbed, and almost stran gled b ythugs, mobbed by Boxers, and llred upon several times. He earns his living by lecturing at towns he passes through. ' DEATH OF THE OLDEST ACTRESS. NEW YORK, August 10. Sirs. Eliza Young, the oldest actress on the Amer ican stage, died today at the Actors' Fund Home, on. Staten Island, aged 92 years. She played with many of Am erica's prominent actors and actresses until her last appearance In 1889 with Sirs. Langtry In "Slacbeth." AT BED TISIE. A small boy Is never so Industrious as when It Is time to go to bed. Panoramic Pictures Would you like to take a picture of a broad landscape or a high waterfall, a group or street corner? You can do It successfully only with the "Al Vista" Camera This wonderful camera can be ad justed In a moment to take a picture of any size, one quarter, half size, three quarters or full size; uses films and loads In daylight. Handsomely Illus trated catalogues free at Honolulu Photo Supply Company, FORT STREET Til ?!. . . : ::: ..' .;. ::: . ?!? KEEP COOL. A Wonder Freezer will help you to about as well as anything wo know of. JUST RECEIVED. A ship ment with all sizes from the Baby Wonder to 10 quart. It Is the best freezer made. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. 0. HALL & SON, LTD New Building Corner Port and King Streets . .'. ? .. "?-i ::.Vo .:.? Johnnie's Mother sent Johnnie to the grocery for a list of canned goods with Instruction to get only those bearing the label of S. & W. In this respect Johnnie's mother differs not from hundreds of other mothers who have learned that there Is only absolute reliability In the quality of Ganned Goods Telephones : 22, 24, 92 Ask for and Insist on getting these goods. You will be pleased with them. H. MAY & CO., Ltd THE POPULAR GROCERY. Boston Block, Fort St. 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 ISI PORTED DIRECT FROM JAPAN AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. K. ISOSHIflA KING STREET, NEXT TO CASTLE & COOKE. Sayegusa Shoten, 1121 NUUANU ST. AND COR. ICING AND LILIHA. Importer and Dealer In JAPANESE SILK GOODS, HANDKERCHIEFS. ICIMONAS, MATTING, BAS1BOO WARE AND ASIERICAN DRY GOODS. "Wholesale Japanese Provisions Fancy Goods Received by Every Steamer and Island Orders Promptly At tended to. TELEPHONES WHITE 3271 and BLUE 1561. P. O. BOX 883. Grand Reduction 316 I For 15 Days commencing Saturday July 26 GENUINE BARGAINS IN GENT'S EUKNISHING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IC FUKURODA, Robinson Block, Phone White 2421, 14 Hotel Street. DO YOU READ ? If so, you will be Interested In the new books we recently received. Our stock Is very large too much so to give names here, but we men tion the following few: "The Thrall of Slef the Lucky" By Slljencrantz. "The Blazed Trail" Stewart E. White. "Welsh Rarebit Tales" Cummins. "Diary of a Goose Girl" WIggln. "The Valley of Decision" Edith Wharton. "Abroad With the Jimmies" Bell. "The Gate of tho Kiss" Harding. Come and look at them. Hawaiian News Co., I incited Merchant Street mr la.ln Star cost but 25 cents. Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents. Star want ads pay at once. Want ado 1 Star coat but 25 cents.