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SIZE OF lOT 50x110 FEET. COTTA013 IS NEW and up-to-DATE. IooatioiT, JVTtilt;! lei. XU 1 AX , I3ASY. L. G. A13LES, Real Estate Agent TELEPHONE MAIN 139 P. O. BOX 243 Honolulu Iron Works. TEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS. Wrhlnery of Every Description Made U order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmlthlng. Job Work Ex. cuted on Short Notice. On hand tlio following plnntntlon bares: Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ba, Oahu, Walalua, KahulAi, Pioneer Mill Haiku, Pala, Koloa, McBryde, Hawaiian Sugar,. Kekaha. Lrry Map, STOCK AND BOND BROKER Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange Ofllce, Campbell Block, Merchant Street 'Honolulu, T. H. Telephone Main, 101 P. O. Box 083. Hart & co., ltd THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Chocolates and Confections Ice Cream and Water Ices Bakery Lunch. IE FINEST RESORT IN THE GITY rielcher's Shower Bath Yoke STIMULATES Tttt CNTIRC SfSTtM TO 1 nCALTHY ACTION. 45K YOUR WSICIAN ABOUT THE (V.5C OF SHOWER BATHS ., A SHOWER AFTER YOUR TUB BATH Is a need, and no bath Is complete without It. It rinses the body thoroughly closes the pores of the skin and pre vents taking cold. The exhila rating and tonic effects are won derful. These effects can not be gained by the use of a Sponge or Spray, as the whole body must he covered at once. FOR THE SHAMPOO BATH, the rriost sanitary, healthful and economical form of bathing, the Shower Yoke Is the only appli ance. It uses hut little warm 'whter wets the whole body at once, leaving hands and arms free to use soap and' brush. The bath is completed In Vi the time It takes for a tub bath and leaves that exhilarating effect which a tub bath does not. A lady can use It, as it does not wet the head. PHYSICAL CULTURE, uni versally advises the use of the cold, quick shower after all exer cises. Melchers' Shower Yoke alone provides these features, It doubles the benefit of the exer cise. Melchers' Shower Yoke Is endorsed by all the leading scien tists on the use of the Shower. It alone embodies all the scien tific features In the use of a Shower Bath for either health or sanitary purposes. THE PACKAGE includes the Blngle special bulb connection with G feet best rubber tube, Temperature Card, and Dr. Mel chers' hook on the Science of Correct Bathing. Can you af ford to be without the conveni ence and use of the Shower Yoke. PRICE COMPLETE $1.00. LIMITED UNION AND HOTEL STS. Phone Main 317 ' yoke" . attaches PnriiKinplis Thai .llp ('onilcnspu .chs of the liny. The Claudlne was sighted at ten this morn I n jc Kaunlnli.io vemluary reopens on Tuesday, September 2. The transport Buford put In today with a damaged boiler. Fred O'Brien was a passenger for the Orient today on the America Maru. Tho ship General Falrchlld will sail tomorrow for the Sound In ballast. Tho lumber schooner Okanagon 1b to sail today for the Sound In ballast. Five hundred nhd twenty .shares of Olaa stock were sold on the Board to day. ,irs. William II. Hoogs and children Iprt for M-kaka valley today for a tow weeks touting. l ,.: l .... C. A. will hold a gospel song service tomorrow afternoon oil Pacific Heights. Tho America Marti took only a fair sized crowd ot steerage passengers from this port today. Tho Frnivlev Company will nlav Se cret Sbrvlce at the opera house If tho arrival of the Korea will permit. The schooner Ka Mol wns hauled over from the stream this morning to the Al len & Robinson wharf to load lumber All of the coal vessels with tho x ception of the ship Ersklno M. Phelps have finished discharging their car goes. Herb Young leaves this afternoon with the schooner Brothers for Kllau ca, Kauai, to try and recover the lost cable of the plantation. J. G. Pratt Inadvertantly stepped over a live foot embankment on Pacific Heights when calling on a friend last evening and severely sprained his ankle Do you know that the application of a little fertilizer will double your sorg' hum crop? Try our special sorghum fertilizer. Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Co. Will Love and F. Halstead piloted a paily of fishermen to Knena point to day. Two extra freight cars were char tered to bring the fish to town and four six-horse teams will carry the catch from the depot. Kapela was bad and remained away from home seven months. His father asked that he be committed to the re form school, udge Wilcox this morn ing sentenced the boy to serve three years. The larceny case against M. Souza, John Nua, Tod Scott, Solomon Pallia and Ilaueno were continued until Aug ust 27 by udge Wilcox this morning as the grand jury Is investigating the evi dence against the defendants. BUFORDlOlSTRESS The transport Buford put lnl.i Hono lulu this morning in distress. She was en route to San Francisco wi'.h a large number of soldiers. The stu board boilers of the vessel began lei.ting bad ly ten days ago. She was sfoppd and temporary repairs made at em and was then headed for Honolulu. She left Manila July 28 and Nagasaki, Au gust 5. She will be In port about five days before sailing for San Francisco. Her soldier passengers are: W. E. Dougherty,, Colonel Sth Infantry, J. W. Duncan, Lieutenant Colonel 13th In fantry, C. Gardener, Major 13th Infan try, Mrs. Gardener, J. S. Metzger, ma jor and surgeon, U, S. V., Miss Mar garet Metzger, I. W. Brewer, major and surgon, U. S. V. Hunter Liggett, major 21st Infantry, C. W. Kennedy, W. G. Stamper, captains Sth Infantry, L. P. Davison, captain 5th Infantry, Mrs. W, G. Stamper and 3 sons, G. W. Klrkman captain 25th Infantry, Mrs. Klrkman and son, Willis Ullne, captain 15th In fantry. William Brook, captuin 15th In fantry. J. K. Mjjler, captain 8th Infan try, Mrs. J. K. Miller and 2 sons, T. Norman, Captain Sth Infantry, M. Ed win Bell, captain Mb Infantry, William ('albert, M. B. Stewart, chaplains of 8tn Infantry, Mrs. Stewart, F. C. Baltzell, lleut. Gth infantry. A. J. McNab, lieut. :'ftn in i 'tiny. C. 1'. FaulKener J. F. Jones, W. E. Hunt, L. L. Roach, lleuts. sth infantry, K. U. Knabenshue, lleut. 15th Infantry, Mrs. Dadsell and daug.. ter, G. A. Dadsell, lleut. 30th infantry, A. L. Christie, E. Caziarc, S. W. Aim ing, W. t. Murohison, J. C. Murpny, A. F. Halpln, lleuts. Sth infantry, J. H. Camo, lieut. 25th intantry, u. W. Adams, lieut, Sth Infantry, 4G2 enlisted men of 8th infantry, 143 enlisted men ot 15th cavalry, 101 enlisted men of 25th Infantry 113 casuals, 58 discharged sol diers, 10 ex-civillan employes. GOVERNOR AND SHERIFF. Governor Dole walked down to the police station and was closeted with the High Sheriff for several minutes this morning. The object of the visit was not disclosed. ' GRAND JURY REPORT. The Grand jury has about finished Its work, and will make a report on Monday, when the jurors will probably be disoharged for the term. HASSON AGAINST PAIN. The suit of Hasson vs. Pain, for money alleged to bo due the defendant as services in connection with the pro posed plantation on Lanai, was before Judge Gear all this morning. W. F. C. Hasson was on the stand. SHERIFF'S SALE. Auctioneer Morgans sells today for the High' Sheriff three lots of W. A. "Wall's subdivision at Kekuanaoa, Ma noa Valley, and the land lying between the subdivision and the Tantaluu pall, held on a leasehold of 24 years and C months. The sale is on a Judgment ob tained by Lowers & Cooke against H. Morgan for $304,10. This with added costs now amounts to $331.15. The prop erty Is advertised for sale at noon to day at the police station. HERETAXIA TEXIS CLUIJ. Notice Is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the above Club at Its grounds on Saturday, August 23rd., at 4:30 o'clock. All members are request ed to be present, as business of 1m portance will be transacted. E. II. PARIS, . P.resldent. Dated Honolulu, August 21st, 1902. NATHAN HALE. LA INSULAR, OWL, RENOWN, ETC. Besides full line of CIGARETTES and TOBACCOS. L. F. STERNEM ANN, Fort Street, Opposite. Club Stables, Telephone Blue 611,' Unciioneer and Broker 65 Queen Street l 0. Box 5U4I Telephone f 2 Cottages for Rent. Two 2-story houses ali modern Im provements, stood 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. $37.60 a month each. One 8-room house, 2 baths, kitchen, electric lights, large grounds. $35.00 a month. One 4-room cottage, kitchen, bath electric lights, mosquito proof. $30 a month. JAS. F. MORGAN, 65 Queen Street. Rooming House For Sale. I have for sale the complete furnish ings of a well appointed, centrally lo cated lodging nouse, togetner witn tne good will. The place has been con stantly filled since its opening, and Is showing a handsome monthly profit. JAS. F. MORGAN, (5 QUEEN STREET. JAS. P. MOBGAN" Auctioneer and Broker, 65 Queen Street, P. 0. Box 594 Telephone 72 APPLEGATES INDELIBLE MARKING INK. GUARANTEED INDELIBLE. References: State Host'tuls In every Slate. United States Marine and Naval Hos pitals. Hospitals and Hotels In Every Large City. , YOU CANNOT WASH IT OUT. SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN TERRITORY. LI CO,, LTD, (The Trade Supplied.) See the five big Silver dollars In our window. They are yours It we use the name you suggest for our new tonic drink. It is a good drink and needs a good name that Is why we are willing to pay $5.00 for one. Tones up the nervous system, the stomach, and, in fact, the entire body. A delicious euro for that tired feeling. Now get to work and try and think of a good name. Five dollars per think is going to be easy money for some body. You may get it .You had bet ter try for it, anyway; that part of it costs you nothing you don't even have to try the drink unless you want to. We advise you to try it, however. It will stimulate your thinker as well as your body. Write the name you think best on this slip, with your name and address, enclose in sealed envelope, and send it to the HOBRON DRUG CO. before August 31St, 1902. TO THE HOBRON DRUG CO. EHLERS' BLOCK, FORT ST. HONOLULU, T. H. I suggest as. a name for your new Tonic Drink. Name Address 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 CAMAM & 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. OHIN KEE, Ltllha Street near King. CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTER. TRIMMING AND REPAIRING. FIRST CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY. (COMPANY. LTD.) Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort Bta Manufacturersof Soda Water. QIn ger Ale, Parsap&rllla, Hoot Beer, Cream Hoao, i-trawDc.ry, eta, eta. !i5.- Reward Ribbons ALL BROKEN LINES AND ODD LOTS, PERHAPS 250 PIECES, MANY OF THEM MARKED B0 CENTS A YARD, TO BE CLOSED OUT THIS WEEK AT THERE ARE ALSO IN THIS LAY OUT SOME 50 PIECES OF COLORED VELVET RIBBONS; YOU TAKE A PICK AT Shell Goods THREE LOTS OF FANCY HAIR PINS, STRAY LOCK PINS AND HAIR ORNAMENTS, VALUE 5c. TO 40c; YOU TAKE YOUR CHOICE AT Traveling Bags ABOUT 100 TRAVELING BAGS AND 'SUIT CASES, EACH ONE BEARING OUR PLAIN FIGURE PRICE MARK, FROM WHICH WE OFFER YOU A DISCOUNT, FOR SIX DAYS, OF Whitney & Marsh SPECIAL SALE OF HATS, SHIRTWAISTS AND COLLARS COMMENCING, MONDAY, AUGUST 18 A choice line of trimmed hats at $1.50, $2 and $3. Untrimm'pfl shnnM nnil Sailor Hats at 25 and 50 cents. Flow Trojan brand shirtwaist now 50 cents, and $2.00. Linen Collars. Linen Collors. All cents each. HOTEL STREET. Japanese Kimonos TEA SETS, ETC. ALSO Curios at RZL CHIYA Telephone 3311 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. ..IVTox-olati .t Tailors.. Suits Made to Order In the Latest Styles and a Good Fit Guaranteed. Clothes Cleaned & Repaired Well Done. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importer And Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Comer ot F t and Qutej Btfl. & Marsh, 10 cents a Yard 15 cents a piece lc. 5c. and 10c. eaclr ... 40 per cent ers, all kinds. 10 and 15 cents hnnnh. all sizes, all colors. Former tiring Sl.Ko sizes and styles, 4 for 25c. Regularly 15 ARLINGTON BLOCK. , Ltd. OFFICERS. Ltd H. P. BALDWIN President J. B. CASTLE. ...First Vice-Preldent , W. M. ALEXANDER... .2d Vlce-Prea'l , J. P. COOKE Treaaurer ' W. O. SMITH Secretary ujiuuuia u. carter Audltoa Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants J AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial and Sujrar Cora pany, Haiku Sugar Company, -aia Plantation Company, Nahlku Sugar Company, Klhei Plant ftMnn r?nmnnnv T Hawaiian Surar Company, n.anuiui Kan -aa Company, AND Tho CalllornU and Oriental Steamship Company IN GOOD COMPANY Many dollars are turn ed away annually by The Star in rejecting offensive and Improper advertise ments offered for inser tion in its columns. This is a cocent reason why The Star's adver tising columns are so generally used and so widely read. A;afjt.'i,t