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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1002.
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Big Stock
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Rent Pianos
ON HAND.
prices io m mt times
Bergstrom Mnslc Co,, Ltd'1
PROGRESS BLOCK
HONOLULU.
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.
. F. A'sbahr,
Cottages and
pleasant rooms,
American and
European Plan.
Excellent Cuisine
and Service Spe
cial weekly or
monthly rates. ,
Best of Surf
Bathing and ca-. '
noelnc all the
year round. Hot
and Cold Water
Baths. Bouffet.
Livery. Electric
Lights.
Jj. H. Dee,
ADVERTISEMENTS CH
Pretty Fancy Draperies
THERE'S ALWAYS SOME PART OF THE HOUSE THAT
WOULD LOOK MORE COSY WITH A PRETTY DRAPERY OR A
DOORWAY THAT NEEDS PORTIERES. PERHAPS THEY AL
READY HAVE THAT DECORATION, BUT IT NEEDS TO BE
CHANGED FOR NEW.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED THE EITHER DOTTED OR IN
IN BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL STRIPES AT 10c, 15c, and 20c. PER
YARD.
SWISS CURTAIN MATERIALS, EITHER OTTER OR IN
STRIPES, THIS WEEK AT 10c. PER YARD.
SILKOLINE, PLAIN AND FIGURED, 10c. AND 15c
FINE PORTIERES IN ALL SHADES AT FROM $3.00 TO $4.00 A
PAIR. ,
SEE THEM ON DISPLAY IN
A. BLOI
Progress Block
Telephone White
'ft rv
Manufactured from the Best Materials. Few are as Good, None
"i t , i i .....
Pacific Guano
Houpes to Rent.
We have houses to rent In all
parts of the city furnished or
unfurnished.
I
Houses for Sale.
A 'few choice bargains. Terms
very reasonable.
Loans.
We are prepared to accept a
few applications for gilt-edge
loans. We have a client who
wishes to loan $10,000 on best
real estate security.
Stocks and Bonds.
A careful, prompt execution of
orders for the purchase or sale
of stocks and bonds on commis
sion. Fort and Morchnnt Sts.
Telephone Main 313.
JOHN JTUDGE,
The Plumber on
King Street, does
First Class work.
GIVI5 IVII3 A. CAIX
idanager
Mrs. Mary Sexton, Stewardess
Waikiki Inn
ON THE BE ACH.1' ' f '
SPECIAL RATES FOR TOURISTS.
A FAMILY RESORT
proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71.
ANOED MONDAYS.
OUR WINDOWS.
Fort Street near Beretania
3171
Our High Grade Gane Fertilizer
Brand "A"
Soluble. Dry and Fine,
Sure, Quick and Reliable
.Better on the Market
and
O. HAGBjS, Manager
II
(Continued from page two.)
DEPARTING.
Tuesday, September 9.
Am. bark R. P. ltlthet, McPhall, for
San Francisco at 10:30 a. ni.
Gaso. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for
Molokal, Muul ami Kona ports at 5 p.
m.
Schr. Kawallaiil, Moses for Koolnu
ports nt 2 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Mosher, for Lahalna, Ka
anapall, Ilonokaa and Kukulhaele at S
p. m
i
Wednesday, September 1ft,.
ihr. Charles Levi Woodoury,
rios levi woodoury, lDitrlS.
?5 .p. Qiu a j .m jj J
"Mr", for tifaulfoaf IF pt m.r
for aiilo. tiC-o .p. a
8C11M Kll"
PASSENGERS.
Departing.
Per bark, R. P. Rlthet, September 9,
for, San Francisco Mrs. F. M. Henkels
and 3 children, A. L. Mace, Fred Bac
melster, Airs. II. L. Larrabee, Mrs.
Herlry A. Mossman, G. M. Donahue, F.
S. Gillette.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, September 9
for Lahalna, Maalaea, Kona, Kau, and
Volcano W. H. Cornwell, W. Nahole,
W. Ball, L. A. Thurston, Mrs. Nahole,
Mrs Clara Schmidt, P. E. Lamar, S. W.
Kekuewa, W. Muller, Rev. O. P. Emer
son, C. Smith, Clarence H. Smith, J. W.
Kualmoku, Miss Mary Plckard, James
I Cowan, S. Lazaro, F. F. Lansing, Z. B.
Batchelor. W. F. Kelley, Mrs. W. J.
Wright, J. A. Kennedy, Mrs. G. Bryant
James Edwards, Miss Ben Taylor, ur.
A. R. Rowatt, A. K. Kunuiakea and 2
deck.
C. A. PEACOCK RETURNS.
C. A. Peacock, a brother of Walter
C. Peacock of this city was a passenger
from Australia on the Ventura. He has
been for many years In Australasia en
gaged in business and will stay here
for a while on a visit to his brother.
Fatigue
AND
Weakness
Yield to the Persuasive Powers of
Royal
JMLet.lt
Strength comes with the flrst
bottle. You can sleep soundly
after taking It. It lifts the sys
tem into a robust condition that
defies the enervating heat-' of-'
summer. If your appetite is poor
this is the tonic you require.
It tones the digestive' apparatus.
Royal Malt Extract Is malted
from the finest barley and new
hops and stands at the top of
the list of malt extracts. One
bottle will convince anyone of
the claims we make. Try it.
25c. the Bottle
$2.50 the Dozen
HOBRON DRUG CO.
FORT STREET,
EHLERS' BLOCK. '
P. O. Box 484
HI
mm
Fertilizer Co.
THE NEEDS OF
HAWAII
(Continued from page one.)
the dredging work already done by the
territory, Illustrated by maps which
were accepted as testimony. Estimates
for dredging as asked for In 1901 wete
shown to aggregate $200,000 since when
.the territory had actually paid out $01,
058 In said dredging, stopping only for
lack of funds. Many questions as to
depth of water, changes of lighthouses
dimensions if channels, harbor bottom,
buoys and the claims or ownership of
riparian land possessors on the harbor
Jront, were nsked by the commission
and answered . by the Secretary. The
Thannel through the reef to Knllhi hnr
Tior and the dredging of the same was
emphasized by Mr. Cooper as wise and
practice'. The contract and agree
ments concerning Sumner or Quaran
tine Island were entered Into but Se
cretary Cooper was unable to enlighten
the commission as to the terms of
agreements except In a general way.
The maintenance of buoys was also
orougnt forward as an unjustifiable lo
cal expense.
The Hllo breakwater at a cost of
JuOO.OOO brought out a question from
Senator Burton when Secretary Cooper
proclaimed the roadstead unsafe In
northerly gales. The senator asked if
the secretary was aware that the find
lug of the naval board differed from his
and answered with n. personal exnerl
ence of his own when the survey ship
Pathfinder was at Hllo and many ships
Were compelled to run to the open seas,
while several steamers kept their
screws going to save their cables and n
ship lying at the wharf was towed to a
safer mooring by two steamers.
. The purchase of ground for Federal
property, on the lot bounded by Mer.
chant, King and Alakea, was next
mooted, the Secretary explaining that
no puunc lands were available In Ho
nolulu, but were In Hllo. where a new
post ofllce and a customs house were
asked for separate buildings being
needed on nccount of the configuration
of the land and the position of the
town necessitate the customs house
being built on the Waiakea and the
post office on the opposite or town side
of the harbor.
The labor question was then taken
up at some length. Secretary Cooper
explained the former system under
which limited numbers of Chinese were
allowed to land as unskilled laborers
fbr a limited time, the plantations set
ting aside their passage money with
the Treasury. These, with Japanese,
provided the unskilled labor In the
days of 1S90 a.nd 1901 when affairs were
prosperous and trade with the United
States for machinery, food and cloth
ing amounted to twenty millions annu
ally, reduced now by Increased labor
prices, (submitted to the commission)
fifty or sixty per cent. Skilled labor
had also left through this depression,
not through Oriental Interference, In
stanced by the reductions of hands at
the Honolulu Iron Works.
By request of Governor 'Dole the
question of the practical destruction of
the rice Industry from high priced labor
and the Importation of Japanese rice,
was Included and the point shown that
the Chinese Invariably left after secur
ing certain sums. Hawalians were de
picted as skilled laborers only and not
available for agricultural labor.
Being questioned by Chairman Mit
chell, Mr. Cooper stated that ho knew
of no Instances of watering stock In
plantatlonhares, that the dividends
were a fair profit on the capital Invest
ed, and that when paid amounts were
also paid out from surplus profits Into
Improvements. That now many divi
dends had ceased and others were
"reatly reduced. He asked for the old
conditions of Importing a limited num
ber of Chinese for a limited term of
years and Senator Burton, summing
up, asked the direct question.
"Under the old conditions you could
meet any competition, even Cuban.
with tariff reductions; but with the
cheap labqr door closed In Hawaii and
open In Cuba, with reciprocity, you
would meet a danger almost amounting
to a prohibition of your product?" "It
appears to me that way," replied the
Secretary. Governor Dole, on anneal.
substantiated the remarks made by
Mr. cooper.
The leper question was referred to as
one on which deep sentiment was felt
and which should be coped with, as It
always had been, by local control and
not opened to the stigma of foreign
lepers being Introduced through Fed
eral aid being established. The num
ber of lepers and cost of maintenance
was quoted. Governor Dole offered the
use of the legislative hall with Its nro
plnqulty to records and the greater ac
commodations. The commission will
consider the matter.
The Portuguese will submit a letter
concernlnir 1'um.hbowl early this after
noon. The Republican committee paid
their respects. S. M. Damon was grant
ed an Interview on the currency queS'
tlon for - o'clock sharp, to bo follow
ed by A. S. Humphreys and later by E.
S. Boyd.
FOURTHDISTRICTCOMMUTEE
MEETING NOTICE.
A meeting of the Fourth District
Committee Is hereby cnlled for
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 9, 1902
at 8 o'clock p. in., In the nssembly room
over the offices of Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
The object of the meeting Is to nominate-
candidates for the Fourth Repre
sentative District on the Republican
ticket.
J. P. COOKE,
Chairman Fourth District Committee.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
Secretary" Fourth District Committee.
NOTICE.
Sine Illnir Ken hnvlnir nnrVi
interest of Lai Sing Kee, doing busi
ness as Tinsmith and Plumber, at 11S2
Nuuanu street, near Beretanla. as
sumes all liabilities, and all persons
owing said firm should settle with him.
Are You Troubled Wth Your Teeth?
The SKI LLOD EXPERT DENTISTS can remove the TROUBLE
Price s very low; work as jrc-od as ANY dentist can do
A H INT to the WISE Is SUFFICIENT
Arlington Block, Hotel
DHrOHATKD WITH A FLAG.
The schooner Mary 15. Foster iiml
other sailing vessels In port are decor
ated with Mags today In honor of Sep
tember 9th, California Admission liny.
NEW AI)VICITISKM KNTS
BY AUTHORITY
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES FOR
ELECTION.
Territory of .Hawalll,
Secretary's Ofllce.
Notice is hereby given that, whereas
It is required by law that Candidates
for Election to the Legislature on all
Islands, except Oahu shall file their
nominations with the Secretary of the
Territory not less than thirty days
before the General Election, It will be
necessary that said nominations be on
file In this ofllce not later than four
o'clock p. m. on Saturday, October 4th,
A. D. 1902.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory.
Capitol, Honolulu, Sept. 8th, 1902.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The Taxpayers are hereby notified
that the Property Taxes for 1902 are
now due and payable fo the Deputy
Assessors of the several districts, at
the times and places mentioned In the
notices posted throughout the dis
tricts. Section 29, Act Gl, 'Session Laws
1S96 "If any Property Tax sholl re
main unpaid after the 15th day of No
vember In any year 10 per cent of the
amount of such Taxes shall be added
by the Assessor to the amount of such
Taxes at said date, and shall become
and be collected as part of such
Taxes."
All Property Taxes not paid by No
vember 15th Will be delinquent.
The Delinquent List will be .publish
ed after December 1st, 1902."
JA'MES W. PRATT,
Assessor,. First 'Division, Island of
Oahu.
Sept. 1st, 1902.
Ofllce of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, Hawaii, Sept. 9, 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that Section 3
of the Rules and Regulations of the
Board of Health, of the Territory of
Hawaii, relating to "Fishing and the
sale of fish In the District of Honolulu"
Is amended to read as follows: viz:
Section 3. Taking, of fish, shell fish,
or any product of the sea, or salt water
between John Cassidy's pldr, Wnlklkl,
In the City of Honolulu, and Ivallhl De
tention Cam), in the City of Honolulu,
Including the Kallhl stream extending
from high water mark to the makal
edge of the reef, and Including Hono
lulu Harbor and Nuuanu stream to Ku
kul street, Is hereby prohibited.
Per order of the Board of Health.
II. C. SLOGGETT,
President of the Board of Health.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
The Board of Registration for the
Island of Oahu will meet nt the places
herelnbelow named at tho tlnw given,
for the purpose of examining appli
cants for Registration as voters at the
coming election nnd determining their
eligibility:
Monday, Sept. 15, 1902.
Puulda It. R. Station. 7:45 to 9:15 A.M.
Alea R. R. Station.... 9:45 to 11:15 A.M.
Manana Court House. 4 to 7 P.M.
Tuesday, Sept. 1C, 1902.
Walpahu Mill SMS to 10:15 A.M.
Ewa Mill 1 to 3 P.M.,
Walanae Court House..5 to 7 P.M.
Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1902.
Malum It. It. Station. 10 to 11 A.M.
Waialua Court House 2 to " P.M.
5 to 7 P.M.
Thursday, Sept. 18, 1902,
Kahuku Mill 2 to 4 P.M.
Lale Hall 0 to 8 P.M.
Friday, Sept. 19, 1902.
Hauula Court House. 8 to 9 A.'M.
Walkane Church U to 12 noon
Kaneoho Court 'House C to 10 P.M.
Saturday, 3-pt. 20, 1902.
Kallua (Sam Bo's)... 8 to 9 A.M.
Walmanalo Plantation Ofllce
10 toll A.M.
The Board will return to Honolulu
Monday, Sept. 22, and sit for t'hs pur
pose of registration between tho hours
of 7 nnd 10 A. M., and 4 to 7 P. M.
'LORRIN ANDREWS,
Chairman.
M. A. GONSALVE3,
W. J, COELHO.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1902.
TI1EO F. LANSING,
INSURANCE AND
.COMMISSION AGENT
Temporary Ofllce In Former Ofllce of
First National Bank, Campbell Block.
St. Opposite Union
NO CATCHING AT STRAWS.
Drowning men, they Buy, will
catch nt straws. Naturally
onough, bocutipo Ihcy wao nothing
hotter to catch nt. It is the
principle- of any port in a storm.
All tho saino tho straw docs not
wivo tho drowning man, nor ia'
tho tcmpcst-tossL'd mariner likely
to find a pafo harbor cvory timo
ho runs for tho shorc Tho scien
tifically constructed lifo preserver
is better than a straw, and to
know how to rido out a storm is
hotter than to trust to luck in
finding a port in timo of need.
Just bo it i3 in discoso ana
all manner of sickness. A ship
takes a pilot on tho theory that
ho knows tho right channel
and can avoid tho dangoroiu
places. And -wbon your lifo ii
threatened by discasq you natur
ally dcniro n modo of trcatmont
founded on absoluto knowledge
a trcatmont that linn proved
effectivo in other cases liko your
own. This is tho common-sonso
of tho subject and n ono will
dispute it. And it is becauso
tho well-known effectivo remedy
WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION
never fails in tho complaints for
which it 13 recommended, that it
cnjoy3 tho coniidonco of tho
peoplo and tho medical profes
sion everywhere. Tho doctor
who proscribes and tho pationfc
who takc3 it aro not catching at
straws, for it docs what it is
said to do on tho samo principle
that water pats out n fire. It i3
palatablo na honoy and contains
tho nutrilivo and curative prop
crtic3 of Puro Cod Liver Oil,
combined with tho Compound
Syrup of Ilypophosphites, Malt
and Wild Cherry. It rjuickly ar
rests tho l"?5! of flesh in wasting
diseases, builds up tho body, and
expels from t!io blood thoso per
nicious gcrrrn which causo Fevers,
La Grippe, Scrofula, Howcl Com
plaints, Throat and Lung Trou
bles, etc. ElTrcttvo from tho first
dose. " You o-Minof; ho disappoint
ed iu it." ToM !)' i U chemists.
K A WAI LAN I SAILS THIS WEEK
The schooner Kawnllanl did not sail
last week on her regular Koolau run
ns there was no freight on hnnd for
i her. She will get away this afternoon
1 for Koolau ports, or else will sail to
morrow
X E W A I ) V H It T 1 S K .'.1 KNTS
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21,
E. & A. M.
t - mere win De a special meet
L ing of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21
r F. & A. M.. at Its hnll. Mason
ic Temple, corner of Hotel nnd Alakea
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, Septemi
ber 9, nt 7:30 o'clock.
WORK IN THIRD DEGREE.
Members of Pacific Lodge, Lodge Le
Progres, and all sojourning brethren
are fraternally invited to be present -By
order of the W. M
K. R. G. WALLACE.
Secretary.
CHAMItEIt OF COMMKKCE.
Tlie regular monthly meeting of the '
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, will
be held at Its room In the Hnckfeld
Building on Wednesday, September 10,
at 10 a. m.
A full attendance Is requested.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Secretary.
Honolulu, SOjptember 9, 1902.
AOTICK.
Dr. R. W. Anderson having returned,
the public Is notified that ho will re
sume his practice. Ofllce, Alakea
street, near Hotel. Hours, 9 a. m. to. 4
p. m.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the stockholders' meeting of E.
W. Jordan & Co., Ltd., held this day,
the following list of ofllcers were elect
ed to servo during the ensuing year:
E. W. Jordan President.
J. Waterhotise. .. . r. .Vice-President.
R. A. Jordan
Treasurer and $eoretory.
A. W. T. Bottomley Auditor.
Messrs. E. W. Jordan, J. Waterhouse,
R. A. Jordan nnd D. W. Anderson con
stitute tho Board of Directors.
R. A. JORDAN.
Secretary.
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 4th, 1902.
Wilta's Steamship Co.
A Second Excursion (o tho Vol
cano by Stcaiuor Jlclqnc
Steamer Helene, Nicholson, Master,
will sail from Honolulu on Saturday,
September 13th, at 12 noon, arriving
In Hllo Sunday afternoon In time to
connect with trajn, reaching the Vol
cano tho same evening; returning pas
sengers will leave tho Volcano House
Wednesday afternoon connecting with
tho steamer that ovenlner nrrlvlng at
Honolulu early Friday morning.
THREE DAYS AND THREF1
NIGHTS AT THE VOLCANO.
Latest reports Indicato that tho Vol
cano is Increasing In activity from day
to day.
Insomuch ns tho crater of Kllauea
may become extinct, this may be tho
last opportunity for seeing it Ih activ
ity. Tickets for the round trip, flrst class
accommodations nil through, $10.00.
Passengers are requested to book
early that suitable reservations on tho
trnin and at tho Volcano House can bo
made. .

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