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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1902.
TIIREH DR. J. M. WHITNEY, DENTIST. Boston Building, Fort Street Over H. Mar & Co. noura: B 5. Tel. Main 277. DR. A, 0, WALL, OR, 0, E, WALL r is iv tis r . IrOVE BUILDING. FORT STREET, f 'ephone 434. OFFICE HOURS, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. C, BREWER & CO., LIMITED QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, H.T. ...AGENTS FOR... Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono zaea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Co pany, Walluku Sugar Company, Walhee Sugar Company, Makee Sugar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line and Shipping Co. Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwrit ers. Agents Philadelphia Board of Underwriters. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President. Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Fres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop. ...Treas. & Soc'y. W. F. Allen Auditor. P. C. Jones Director. H. Waterhouse Director. C. K. Carter Director. All of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. THE GOLDEN RULE. BIUAR 166 HOTEL STREET, , . ,. Has Just received a New Line of .Papeterles and Tablets, In dainty tints and odd shapes, which have been MARKED DOWN from 25 to 33 BELOW THE REGULAR PRICE. 35c. and 50c. Papeterles, now 25c. and S5c. 40c. Tablets now 25c. 25c. Tablets now 15c. and 20c. COKPOUATION NOTICES. SOT1CJK. NEW BOOKS BY EVERY LOCAL STEAMER. NOTICE. Persons needing, or knowing of those Who do need protection from physical or moral Injury, which they are not able to obtain for themselves, may con sult the Legal Protection Committee of the Anti-Saloon League, 9 Mclntyre Building. . W. H. RICE, Supt. Hawaiian Curios Kapa, Calabashes, Lels, Native Hats, Hula Skirts, Nilhau Mats, Fans, Shells, Seeds, Etc., Etc. Ha waiian Stamps and Home Made Pol constantly on hand at VOMEN'S EXCHANGE. Arlington Block, Hotel Street. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street.. Opposite Wilder & Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. First-Class Lunches served with tea, coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. WON & LOUI CO. Hotel street, near Smith. Sanitary Plumbers. Tinsmiths, and Sheet Iron Workers. Water Pipe and Gutter Work In all Its branches. Orders filled with dispatch. Contractor and Builder, House Fainter Cwlo. Sheridan Street, near Klnc Honolulu. H. T 8. Kojima. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LIQUORS, Japanese Provisions. General Merchandise, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. WC. 41 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. Telephone White 241L P. O. Box 90S. I.. KONO PRR. Fort St, opposite Club Stables, Fashionable Suits at Reasonable Rates a Specialty. A full line of Cassl ineres and Tailoring Goods always In Stock. Dyeing, Cleaning and Repair In? at Short Notice. Satisfaction guaranteed. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Maul Sugar Company, Limited. held at 6 o'clock p. m., on the 27th August, (Wednesday), 1902, In the of fice of Mr. Wong Kwal, Smith striit, Honolulu, the following gjntlumen were elected as officers of said company: Lee Chu President. Y. Aliln Vice-President C. Ming Hym Secretary. Wong Kwal Trcasuior. Yee Chin, Wun Yam Nam.Audttors. The above ofilcers together with Chu Gem, C. Hock Chaw, Hee Kwok, Ylm Jin Kwong and Chlng Sal, compose the Board of Directors of said com pany. C. MING HYM, Secretary. August, 2S, 1902. Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd. ASSESSMENTS. The ,wenty-flrst assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable June 20, 1902. The twenty-second assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable Aug ust 21, 1902. The twenty-third assessment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable Oc tober 21, 1902. The twenty-fourth and final assess ment of 10 or two dollars ($2.00) per share has been called to be due and payable December 20, 1902. Interest will be charged on assess ments unpaid ten days after the same are due at the rate of one per cent (1) per month from the date upon which such assessments are due. The above assessments will be pay able at the office of The B. F. Dilling ham Co., Ltd., Stangenwald building. (Signed) ELMER E. PAXTON, Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co. May 12, 1902. CANDIDATES NAMED! JOINT 'MEETING OF FOURTH AND FIFTH DISTRICTS. Isonberg. McCandless and Achl Are Nominated For the Senate The Fifth Selects Men For the House. Notice to Shippers. On and after this date bills of lading will be Issued by this Company, Instead o? shipping receipts as heretofore. Freight will be received under the old form of shipping receipt "P to October 1st, 1902, but after that date the bill of lading only will be accepted. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY, C. L. WIGHT, President. Honolulu, June 10th, 1902. NOTICE The Board of Commissioners, H. F. D., hereby give notice of the extension of time, from Sept. 17th, 1902, until Oct. 1st., 1902, at 12 o'clock m. In which they will receive tenders for 1 56-foot Aerial Turn-Table Hook & Ladder Truck all other conditions remain as In former call. It. K. G. WALLACE, Secretary Board of Commissioners, Ho nolulu Fire Department. BY AUTHORITY SEALED TENDERS. Sealed Tenders will be received by the Superintendent of Public Works till 12 m. of Tuesday, the 30th of Septem ber, for furnishing 4" Cast Iron Pipe for HIlo Water Works. Specifications on file In the office of the Superintendent of Public Works. The Superintendent reserves the right to reject any or all bids. JAMES 31. BOYD, Superintendent of I'uonc Works. DIRECT H THEJVlBHUFflCTURERS Table and hanging lamps, Ice cream freezers, ready mixed paints, door mats, paper bags, Manila wrapping pa per, tin-ware, China-ware, glass-ware, crockery and kitchen utensils, which we are offering at very low. prices. GIVE US A CALL. HllULilHIOWIilfl P. O. Box 609. 39 N. Kins St. -Tel. Main 393. Notice- to Shippers. Shippers of freight by steamers of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com pany Ltd., are hereby notified that a new form of Shipping Receipt has been adopted by the Company to go Into ef fect at once. Freight will be accepted, however, on the old form of receipt up to October 1, 1902, after which date, freight will be received only on the new form of re ceipt, a copy of which can be seen at the office of the Company, Queen street. INTER-ISLAND S. N. CO., LTD., JOHN ENA, President. SOLDIERS GET OUTING. Will March Around Oahu Next Week. On Monday next the company of Cap tain Pierce, Coast Defense Artillery, U. S. A now situated at Camp Mo'KInloy, will start on a lengthy outing tour or the Island. . The command, a full one, will start from Camp McKlnley with ltd full complement of officers and men In heavy marching order, early In the morning, carrying with the intents and rations for at least ten days. The route leads over the Pall to Wal manalo, thence westward to Kuhuku, and finally around the Island by way of Walalua. It was the original Intention to make the entire circle by way of Koko Head, but this proved impracti cal for marching purposes. The com mand will be absent at least ten and possibly fifteen days. Officers and men alike are looking forward to the outing as a relief from the monotous round of gatllng, mortar and Infantry drill. ADAMS TO BE COMMISSIONED WASHINGTON, August 23. The training ship Adams will be placed In commission ot Mare Island In a few days. She will go on a cruise under the command of Commander C. E. Fox. W. C. Achl, D. P. R. Isenberg and L. L. McCandless were nominated for the Senate last night as candidates of the Third Senatorial district, by the Repub lican Joint convention of the Fourth and Fifth Representative districts, and they are the Republican candidates for the upptr house from the island of Oahu. For Representatives the Fifth district nominated Nalnoa, Benjamin Naukana, Rev. J. M. Ezera, Henry C. "Vlda, J. L. Kaulukou, James Shaw. The Fourth district did not name represen tatives and will meet tonight to do so. The convention was called to order In Progress hall by Senator Clarence Crabbe, as chairman of the Territorial Central Committee, and J. P. Cooko moved that he be made permanent chairman. The motion carried, and William Savidge was chosen for secre tary and Judge Wilcox for Interpreter. The business of the convention was done very quietly and without any spirited contests. A question arose qb to the proxy of Dr. Burgess, sent by mall to Frank L. Hoogs. Burgess was regularly elected but was not able to return In time for the convention, and he sent his proxy by the Korea. In the meantime the committee had declared Burgess' seat vacant and elected F. C. Smith. Hoogs presented the proxy and claimed the seat. G. B. McCtellan mov ed that the proxy be not received and that Smith's election stand. On the suggestion of Brooks the matter was temporarily postponed. Later In the evening the Fourth district members reported In favor of disregarding the proxy of Burgess and seating their own substitute rather than the proxy of the man elected at the primaries. Hoogs protested, declaring that it was shabby treatment of one of the party's strong workers. The unfair deal which ended in un seating Dr. Burgess was engineered by G. B. McClellan. This young man was formerly In the employ of thi Huwailan Electric Company. During a brief period he raised a crop of enemies for that concern. Thm who know him state that if he is irtven any auilvii'ity in the Republican Party he w'H rilse a larger crop of enemies fur the party a larger crop than ), niMeJ for the Hawaiian Electric C;o-iuriiiy by his arbitrary methods. Prince Kuhlo entered the hall early In the evening and was called to the platform, the chair appointing D. P. R. Isenberg and Judge Kaulukou to escort him. The Prince was called on for a speech and spoke a few words, declar ing that the time had come for hard campaign work. Col. Sam Parker was also called up, and spoke In a similar strain. The Fifth district, as expected, failed to come to any agreement. When the time for caucus came, Senator Achl, the chairman, would not call the delegates to order and W. W. Goodale, In behalf of the district, presented the names of the four nominees, Achl, Lane, Huddy and McCandless. The Fourth district held a caucus nnd voted on Mark P. Robinson and Isenberg. The vote was 27 to 23 in favor of Isenberg and his selection was made unanimous. The three choices of the convention were not apparent until nearly the end of the vote, though Huddy dropped out of the race early. The vote was: Isen berg. 81; McCandless, 62; Achl, 57; Lane 48; Huddy 13. The three successful candidates Isenberg, McCandless and Achl, were called upon for speeches and each made a few remarks. The Fifth district met to nominate re. presentatlves immediately after the au Journament of the Joint convention. Nainoa from the first and second pre cincts. Naukana from the third, fourth and fifth, Ezera from the sixth and Henry Vlda from the seventh w-'re no minated without contest. Kaulukou won from Kaneakua in the eighth and tenth and in the ninth the delegates voted on four candidates, as fvllows: James L. Shaw, 13; Kalaklela, 3; Aplo, 2; Seabury 12. The Fourth district committee will meet tonight in the Castle' Cooke building to nominate reprnenlntives. never been stricken as to the man who has. A CERTAIN CURE FOR DYSEN TERY AND DIARRHOEA. , "Some years ago I was one of a par ty that Intended making a long bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, ot Now Al bany, Bradford Co., Pa., U. S. A. "I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea, and was about to give up the trip, when Editor Ward, of the Laceyvllle Messenger, suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a bottle and took two doses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect. Again last summer I was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me." Sold by all druggists, Benson Smith & Co., general agents. NOTICE All persons having claims igalr3t the Oahu Carriage Mfg. Co., Ltd., are hereby notified to present same within 30 days from date at the comiany's of fice on River street between Beietanla and Pauahl streets, nnd all personB owing said firm are squested to settle at once. OAHU CARRIAGE MFG. CO. LTD. Honolulu, August 'it, 1902. THE jgANKOFffAWAII LIMITED. Incorporated under the Laws of the Territory of Hawaii. PAID-UP CAPITAL - - $600,000.00 SURPLUS - -.- - - 200,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS - 35,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Charles M. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vice-President C. II. Cooke Cashier F. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier H. Waterhouse, F. W. Macfarlane, i-j. u. j.enney, j a. jucwanaiess ana u, H. Atherton. COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS. Strict attention given to all branches of Banking. JUDD BUILDING. FORT STREET. CLAUS SPRECKELS. WM. G. IRWIN. Clans Spreokels & Go, BANKQRCS s HONOLULU, H. I. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na tional Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of London, Ltd . NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. 1 CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnals. I BERLIN Dresdner Bank. .HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The TTnnivtrnnt, n ,i A Qhnnrrhnl "RnnUInff ..wifgnuitt, .v . .j, .... c Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British Nc 'th Amerl Y. W. C. A. NEWS. The annual meeting of the Y. W. C. A. was held last night in the new gym jiaslum. Annual reports of a most en couraging kind were read showing a cash balance of practically $700 despite heavy expenses owing to the Improve ments. All the new rooms, now occu pying one-half of the fourth lloor of the Boston bock, were thrown open to the visitors and members. The meeting was largely attended. A social follow ed the business session. It was an nounced that the boarding home was being actively canvassed and that $300 had already been spent on plans. It will be erected on Pensacola street. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loans Made on AnnmvAd ffpmiHtv Pnmmerelal and Travelers' Credits Issued." Bills of Ex change Bought and sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. THE FIRES ARE LOW. Telegrams from Hllo to President Wight of the Wilder Steamship Com pany, dated September 8, report the lire as "disappearing" In one message and "out" In another. One telegram Is signed by Maclcay and runs "Lake of fire Is disappearing excursionists report crater still active. The other comes from Waldron and states tersely "Fire Out." . Mr. Wight states that ho cautioned both tlie writers to be very conserva tive and thinks that possibly Waldron may have exceeded his Instructions, being naturally Inclined to under es timate rather than over estimate vol cano reports and outlook. Mr. Wight has sent telegrams this morning to Hllo requesting more spe cific details of the actual condition of affairs and expects the answers eurly this afternoon. ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP k CO, BANKERS REMAINS OF THE FAIRS. LONDON, August 30. The American line steamer St. Louis sailed from Southampton today for New York, having on board the remains of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Fair. NEW TOWHOAT DELAYED. SAN FRANCISCO, August 28. The Spreckeis Towboat 'Company's new steel tug. ordered from the Rlsdon Iron AVorks nearly six months ago, Is not progressing very rapidly and the pros pect Indicates that It will bo fully n year beforo sho enters commission. The engines are under construction nnd the stern post has been completed, but the material for the keel and the plates must be brought from thd East and de livery Is exceedingly slow. The fact that lightning never strikes twice in the same place is about as much satisfaction to the man who has BANKING DEPARTMENT. Transact business In all departments of Banking. Collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and Bold. C'ommerclul unil Travelers' Loiters of Credit Issued 011 The Hunk of Cali fornia nnd X. 31. Hotlischild & Sons, Loudon. Correspondents: The Hank of Cull fornla, Commercial Hanking Co. of syuncy, J.ia., Lonaon. Drafts and cable transfers on China and J a Dan through the Hongkong & Shanghai Ban' ing Corporation and Chartered Bank of India, Australia nnd China. Interest allowed on term deposits at the following rates per annum, viz: Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent. Three month, at 3 per -ent. Six monthB. at 3 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent. TRUST DEPARTMENT. Act as Trustees under :iortgages. Manage estates (real and personal). Pnllonf rnntfl nnrt rtlvtripnrifl. Valuable Papers, Wills, Bonds, Etc., received ror sare-Keepmg. ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT. Auditors for Corporations and Pri vate Firms. Books examined and reported on Statements of Affairs prepared. Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent Estates. Office, 924 Bethel Street. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Deposits received and Interest allow, ed at 4 per cent per annum, In accord' once with Rules and Regulations copies of which may be obtained on application. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Aeents for, FIRE. MARINE. LIFE, ACCIDENT .AND EMPLOYERS' LIA BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES, Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street. ?-:i.vr;.v.:;...'-.".".v :;.; MM .c. . . . O: ! .vs. . 5' IWAKAMI 3G and 42 Hotel Street Japanese Groceries SOLD AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL V -.vS - ..o A :; ;; "Si" SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO PLANTATION ORDERS FOR Rice ai Japanese Provisions Wrlta for Prices. No troubue to show goods. Si;;::tv:;S;:;!S!;::;5;:; Every Adams-Bag-nall Enclosed Arc Lamp installed in Ho nolulu is giving per fect satisfaction. If you are interest ed in getting the best store lighting for the least money, let us know where to find you. LIMITED TELEPHONE 390, wholesome budweiser Clear, sparkling, palatable. Has a flav or peculiarly its own, making it the popular bottled beer for table use in cottage and mansion all 'round the wide, wide world. The product of Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association, St. Louis, U. S. A. Brewers of the famous Budweiser, Pre mium Pale and Pale Lager. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd; General Agents for the Territory of Hawaii. THE OLD RELIABLLE TO THE FRONT AGAIN WITH Wonderful Values Gome and be Convinced Men's Woolen Coats Were i 3.00, Now " " " " 4.00, " " Blue Serge Coats " " Colored Serge Coats " Extra Fine Men's Blue Serge Suits " " " Custom Made Blue Sergo Suits " " " Men's Pants " Men's Fine Felt Hats, (all styles and colors) Lnro Large " Golf Caps " " Balbrlggan Undershirts " White Bedspreads 6.00, 6.00, COO, 15,00, 17.50, 4.00, 3.00, 2.00, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, .60. .40. 1.50, White Towels, (48x20) Were 23c, now only 10c, One Dozen U.SO 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.00 7.60 8.60 2.00 1,60 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.35 .20 .20 .6S U.00 All other goods In our Immense stock, consisting of SHOES, HOSIERY, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR. HANDKERCHIEFS, Etc., Etc., will bo sold at ci't prices as above. ! Come and be convinced. This sale will be for Three Weeks From Date YJBE CHAN, 1005-1009 NUUANU STREET, COR. KING. Sale Begins Saturday, August 30, 1902 1 tit. aWmtSt J! :