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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1802,
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PROGRESS BLOCK
HONOLULU.
Immense Reductions.
For one month only commending
Tuesday, August 26. our entire stock of
Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Tin
ware, Oil Stoves, Chinaware, Agate
ware, hanging and Table Lamps, Car-
center Tools, Etc., will be sold at
greatly reduced prices.
LAI SING KEE,
Nuuanu Street near Beretanla,
S. SAIKB,
Bamboo Furniture
AND
PICTURE FRAMES
Neat and Handsome
Designs, made to order.
663, Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl.
Advertise your wantB In the Star.
Hawaiian Curios
Knpa, Calabashes, Lels, Native
Hats, iuia BKiris, JMiinau juais,
Fans. Shells, Seeds, Etc, Etc. Ha
waiian Stamps and Home Made Pol
constantly on hand at
, - VOMEN'S EXCHANGE.
" 'Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
S. K. AKI & CO.,
SANITARY PLUMBER.
Has removed from Alakea street to
Maunakea street, below King, and will
be pleased to see his old customers as
well as new ones.
L. J. SUN,
Nuuanu Street, - - - Near Pauahl.
33 ISIS 3 S M AKBJ IV
Dresses, Ladles' Underwear, Mosqui
to Netting, Pillow Cases, Underwear,
Skirts and Chemises always on hand.
FIRST' CLASS WORK
Now IS' tho time to-use tho Star's
classified columns.
B. R. Rice,
Cottages and
pleasant rooms,
American and
European Plan.
Excellent Cuisine
and Service Spe
cial Weekly or
monthly rates.
1 4J
Best of Surf
Bathing and ca
noeing all the
year round. Hot
and Cold Water
Baths. Bouffet.
Livery. Electric
Lights.
L. H. Dee,
Telephone White
The Planters' Favorii
Our High tirade Sarae Fertilizer
Manufacturedfrom the Best Materials. Few are as Good, None
! - Better on the Market
Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Co
O.
Fatigue
AND
Tield to the Persuasive Powers of
Malt
Strength comes with the flrst
bottle. You can sleep soundly
after taking It. It lifts the sys
tem Into a robust condition that
defies tho enervating heat of
summer. If your appetlto Is poor
this Is the tonlo you require.
It tones the digestive apparatus.
Royal Malt 'Extract Is malted
from the finest barley and now
hops and stands at the top of
the list of malt extracts. Ono
bottlo will convince anyone of
the claims wo make. Try It.
25c. the Bottle
$2.50 the'bozen
HOBRON DRUG CO.
FORT STREET,
EHLERS' BLOCK
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
suit the Legal Protection Committee of
the Anti-Saloon League, 9 Molntyre
Building.
W. H. RICE, Supt.
P. O. Box 1G -Phone Blue 933.
WING SANG- CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
Groceries and Fresh Fruits.
Commission Merchants.
46 Hotel Street. Honolulu, H. T.
Star want ads pay at once.
Manager.
Weakness
Waikiki Jnn
1 ON THE BEACH.
SPECIAL RATES FOR TOURISTS.
A FAMILY RESORT. ......
proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71.
3171
Brand "A"
Soluble,. Bit and Fine,
Sure, Quick and Reliable
Manager
an
Bill
(Continued from page two.)
ARRIVING.
Friday, October 3.
Gaso. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, from
Maul and Molokal ports at 11 p. m.
Saturday, October 4,
Stmr. Helene, Nicholson, from Pa-
palkou, Illto, Laupahoelioc Papaaloa
nhd Kawalhae at 7:05 a. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from HUo
and way ports, at 10:30 a. m.
DEPARTING.
Saturday, October 4.
Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for Ha-
namaulu and Ahuktnl nt noon.
Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, for Lahalna al.d
Mahlaea at noon.
Am. bktn, S. N. Castle, Nllson, for
San Francisco at noon.
Am. schr. Esther Buhne, Olsen, for
Gray's harbor, about 11 a. m.
,KS. S. Doric, Smith, tor the Orient at
Cp. m.
PASSENGERS.
Arriving.
Per stmr. Claudlne, October 4, from
Hllo and way ports: Prince Jonah
Kalanlanaole, Judge A. Mahaulu, II,
Blschoft, wife and child,, G. J. Ander
son, II. G. Greatrex, J. W. Wolff, H.
B. Sinclair, J. Wakefield, S. M. Mayer,
J. M. Coulson, Rev. A. V. Soares, Rev.
Shot Yamada, Miss E. Warland, Mrs.
F. L. Winter, Master Winter, S. Kala,
J. IC. Nakookoo, George F. Henshall,
A. G. Correa, C. H. Fleming, L. Lee,
Mrs. K. Fullbrook, Rev. E. B. Turner
and wife, E. AV. Carr, D. K. van Dine,
W. H. Campbell, wife, child and maid,
J. G. Smith, Mrs. W. S. Saffery, Mrs.
Charlock, E. Norrle, Rev. S. L. Desha,
R. H. Makekau, J. F. Crawley, John
Wilson, Miss Alice McLean, Mrs. Ka-
mala Alona, Mrs. M. A. Crewes, John
Richardson.
Departing.
Per S. S. Doric, October 4, for the
Orient H. J. Johnston, M. Hlroaka,
Mrs. A. Tlchnor, Mrs. C. Shatto, Mrs. J.
A. Reeve, Miss N. Webster, S. N. Cobb,
iMr. Towler, Miss K. G. Smart, Dr.
Long, Lee Toma, Mrs. E. Harrison,
Mrs. M. coynard.
Per bktn. S. N. Castle, October 4, for
San Francisco P. R. Thompson and
wife, J. G. Clark.
HILO,
Arriving, September 28, Am. bark,
Martha Davis, McAllman, 17 days from
wan Francisco.
Departing, September 28, Am. schr.
Vine, Forrest, for Eureka, October 1,
Am. schr. Emma Claudlna, Mlkelson,
fpr EUreka.
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COURT NOTES.
Judge Robinson will hear the Brash
guardianship matter this afternoon.
Judge Estee will hold court at 2
o'clock this afternon to consider appli
cations for citizenship from persons
who are not able to attend under ordi
nary circumstances during working
hours.
Furnished
Home at the
Beach
For rent to right parties, a
very choice place on the beach
beyond Diamond Head.
A very complete, well-built
three-bedroom house, with bath,
kitchen, lanals, etc. ' Fine Ser
vant's quarters and stable.
Will rent together with stove
fuel and the services of Japanese
caretaker for $75 per month.
Also houses to rent in all parts
of the city.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Tel. Main 313.
P. O. Box 484
5 r.
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CURED BY USE OF
SOAP AND WATER
B
CHINESE PATIENT RELIEVED OF
DREAD DISEASE RY QUALITY
THAT IS AKIN TO GODLINESS.
ST. LOUIS, September 2C Cleanli
ness, In connection with mild medical,
treatment, seems to have succeeded In
curing a well-defined case of leprosy.
The patient Is Dong Qong, a Chinese,
who has been at quarantine under the
care of Dr. M. C. Woodruff since No
vember 1, 10011. The man has so much
Improved that the physician has recom
mended his discharge as cured, and
that he be sent back to his home In
China, as he desires. It Is probable
that this will be done after a little fur
ther Observation to make sure that
there is no danger of a recurrence of
unfavorable symptoms.
Dong Gong kept a laundry on Easton
avenue until last fall, when he appear
ed at the oillce of Dr. Encrleman and
said he was III. After rt brief examina
tion the doctor decided his visitor was
afflicted with leprosy, and notified the
city authorities. Dong Gong was de
tained for several weeks In a tempor
ary Isolation ward In the old City Hall
wnlle nls case was under observation.
Then the question of caring properly
for Dong Gong arose. After much trou
ble the Health Denartment emnloved
a volunteer physician, Dr. Louis
Knapp, who wished to observe the case
to take care of the patient.
Dong Gong's condition began to Im
prove noticeably soon after he first be
came a charge, of the city. From the
beginning absolute cleanliness was In
stituted on by tho doctors. As Chinese
go, Dong Gong was already a neat per
son, but he became Immaculate under
strenuous exertions by the -doctors. He
had enough to eat, and meat was on
his bill of fare every day. At first his
appetite, unaccustomed to abundant
fare, was not large, according to Am
erican standards, but he learned rapid
ly to make away with three square
meals a day nnd sometimes call for
more. He was not stuffed, but his food
was abundant, well cooked and of the
best quality.
Meantime Dr. Woodruff was witness
ing the progress of the case with the
greatest care. "Keep clean; washee
good," was the doctor's daily admoni
tion to Dong Gong. The Celestial
would thereupon "washee" as he had
never done before. Resides thbi treat
ment, Dr. Woodruff administered such
remedies as are ordinarily given in
eases of grave skin "diseases, a gentle
tonic among other things.
Last spring Dr. Woodruff announced
that his patient was already much Im
proved, and the summer, with its fav
orable weather, has practically com
pleted the cure which a year ago seem
ed utterly Impossible.
Dr. Woodruff reported to the Board
of Health this week that Dong Gong
could safely be called cured and ad
vised that he be discharged. Health
Commissioner Starkloff requested Chiel
Dispensary Physician G. A. Jordan and
Dr. Engleman, who flrst diagnosed the
case, to make an examination and re
port. Dr. Jordan said today:
"All the lesions made by the disease
had disappeared a month ago, except
on one o the patient's hands and a
splotch or two on his cheek. The pa
tient's recovery seems speedy, it Is
true, uut when the hygienic conditions
under which the treatment has been
administered are considered it Is not
impossible. The environments . un
doubtedly contributed to the favorable
turn In the case as much as anything.
We shall make another examination of
the patient In a few days, and If his
condition Is as reported by Dr. Wood
ruff, Dong Gong will be released. I un
derstand ho will return to China at
once."
CALL RETURNED.
A. G. Hawes, Jr., the governor's pri
vate secretary, this morning returned,
on behalf of the governor, the offlclal
call of Captain von Burskl of the Ger
man cruiser Cormoran..
HELENE BRINGS BIG CARGO.
The steamer Helene, Captain Nichol
son, arrived this morning from HIIo
and Hawaii ports. She brought a big
cargo. From Kawalhae was brought
247 bales of wool, and about 50 head of
cattle. From Hllo 75 cords of wood
we're brought and from Laupahoehoe
came 200 bags of coffee. The sugar
brought, by the Helene consisted of 2,
232 bags from Papalkou. Four lQVt ton
rollers and C 3-ton shafts were brought
from Papalkou m;ll to be repaired. The
sugar 13 being discharged Into the
barkentlne Planter which will sail next
week for San Francisco.
SUGAR ON HAWAII.
Admiral Beckley, purser of the
steamei; Claudlne which arrived today
from her Hllo and way port run, fur
nishes the following report of the su
gar on hand nt Ihe various Hawaii
plantations:
. Olaa, 1200; Wuiakea, 3000; Hawaii
Mill, none; Wajnaku, 10,200; Onomea,
none; Pepeekco, none; Honomu, none;
Hakalau, none; Laupahoehoe, none;
Ookala, none; Kukaiau, 300; Hamakua,
none; Panuhau, none; Honokaa, 50,
Kukulhaele, 100; Punaluu, none; Ho
nuapo, 4,600.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED.
Mr. and Mcs. Frank E. Nichols, of
Pacific Hilghts, announce the engage
ment of their daughter Evelyn to Mr.
N. John Slmonds, of Kansas City, Mo,
In speaking of the engagement the
Kansas City World says:
The forth-coming marriage of N.
Slmonds, son of Colonel N. P. Slmonds
of the board of trade, was announced
today. Mr. Slmonds will be married in
November to Miss Evelyn B, Nichols
of Honolulu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Nichols, formerly of San Fran
cisco. Miss Nichols has been visiting
in Kansas City for some time. The
wedding will tak.e place at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. AV. Jenkins, 2117
Brooklyn avenue. The bride's father Is
engaged In the music business In Ho
nolulu.
Oold Crowns
White Crowns
Bridge Work
Silver Fillings 50c. No More
Oold Fillings $1.00 And Up
Full Set Teeth $5 00
l'or Toolli
ALL OUR WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. LADY ASSISTANT.
All our instruments are thoroughly sterilized before being used.
AVHRY HAS RESIGNED.
Assistant Secretary Withdraws and
Closes Incident.
J. D. Avery has resigned from the po.
sitlnn of assistant secretary tcv.the Re
publican central committee. The let
ter of resignation wns sent In yesterday
evening nnd will be accepted. Mr.
Avery gives as his reason his accept
ance of n position In the Federal court
which renders It Impossible for him to
hold down both Jobs. The vexed ques
tion of Avery's bolng forced from his
position is definitely settled by his re
signation. The fourth district, while there are
many calclrants who have not regis
tered, is apparently trying to make up
for lost time. Seventy six registered
yesterday and efforts are being made to
bring the missing sheep to the electoral
fold. Prince Kuhlo wns expected back
this morning on the Claudlne at head
quarters. SAYS TIMES ARE HARD.
W. L. Howard administrator with will
nnnexed of the estate of August Kraft
has petitioned the Circuit court for
leave to make partial distribution and
for a commission to4ssue to J. II. Judge
of New York city to take the testimony
of legatees. The administrator says
that as required by the will he adver
tised the property at the north corner
of Lunnlllo nnd Kewalo streets, and
put It up for sale at nuctlon nt three
separate times at an upset price of
$16,000; but that no ndequate bids were
received. Ho says he believes "that
the times In Honolulu have been so
hard that an ndequate price can
not bo obtained for the said lot If now
put nt auction." He thinks it would
be 'better to wnit "till more prosperous
times In Honolulu. The claimants un
der the will are all non-residents oi
Hawaii. P. L. Weaver is attorney for
the administrator.
HAD NARROW ESCAPE.
Metal-Roofer From Honolulu
From Roof.
Falls
John Clark, a sheet-metal worker, re
cently employed on the Young building
I In this city, had a narrow escape at
&an I'rancisco on Sept. 21st. He was
working on tho roof of the Mutual Sav
ings Bank building, lost his balance
and slipped off the roof. His fellow
workmen were horrified for the mo
ment, as It appeured Inevitable that
Clark should fall the dlstance-of twelvo
stories nnd be dashed to pieces on the
pavement below. ' .
Clark, however, struck on the pro
jecting ledge of a dormer window, at
the tenth story and 'lay there stunned
by the fall of twenty feet. From this
position he was speedily taken by his
comrades, who then lowered him to
the sidewalk by means of a rope. Clark
was removed to the Receiving Hospital
where it was found that he had sus
tained a slight concussion of the brain,
a badly lacerated scalp and a number
of contusions of the body. Clark Is an
employe of the firm of Conlan & Rob
erts, metal roofers.
WHARF WASHED DOWN.
What might have proved a fatal ac
cident occurred at Papalkou last Mon
day when a temporary wharf was
smashed down by the heavy sea and
about 15 natives and Jnpanese were
precipitated into the water. News of
the accident wns brought this morning
by Captain Nicholson of the steamer
Helene which arrived from "Papalkou
and other Hawaii ports.
The Helene wns engaged In tnklng
some very heavy muchlnery from the
Papalkou mill to bring the pieces to
Honolulu to be repaired. A temporary
wharf about SO feet In length, had been
built out along the creek In order
to get the heavy rollers and shafts out
to where the boats of the Helene lay.
Several heavy shafts were transferred
from the wharf to one of the boats ana
been taken out to the Helene and load
ed without mishaps. The rollers
weighed about 10',6 tons each and the
shafts about 3 tons each.
On the smnll wharf were 2 shafts nnd
one roller that were still to be taken
out to the steamer. Tho sea was run
ning very heavily nt the time and the
work was quite risky at best. Suddenly
a couple of heavy seas swept in, follow,
ed by a much larger wave and the
wharf was washed away. There were
about fifteen sailors and stevedores at
work on the wharf nt the time and for
an instant, it looked as If some of them
could not escape being crushed under
the shafts and roller which were start
ed In motion. One of the Japanese was
caught by a shaft and badly pinched
but he was extricated In time to avoid
being carried Into the water and pinned
down by the roller.
Tho roller and shafts were subse
quently gotten out of the water by Cap.
tain Nicholson 'however nnd brought
to Honolulu.
THE LAST DAY.
This Is the last day for filing nomin
ations for the legislature from the oth
er Islands.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Quotations. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co ". .. 400 00
L. B. Kerr 40,00
Ewn 19.875 20.50
Hawaiian Agri 203.00
Hawaiian Com'l 33.00
Hawaiian Sugar 19.00 23.00
Honomuu 115.00
Honokaa 11.00
Haiku 115.00
Kahuku , ....... 22.00
Klhel 7.60
Klpahulu .' ". 70.00
McBryde 3.00
Oahu 07.50
Ookala 7.00
Olaa, as 4.00
Olaa paid up 8.00
Olowalu Co 125.00
Paauhau 11.00
Pepeekeo 100.00
Pioneer 57.50 65.00
Wnlalua Agi 40.00
Walluku 250.00
Waimanalo 170.00
Wilder 100.00
Inter-Island 97.50
Hawaiian Electric 85.00 90.00
11. R. Transit C2.50
Mutual Telephone 10.50
Oahu R. &'L. Co 80.60 90.00
Ewa Plan. '6s 102.00
Oahu Railway '6s 104.00 104.50
Waialua '6s , 100.50
Star want ads pay at once.
If yo. want as good work as any Dentist
can produce, and at very low prices, have tho
Skilled Expert Dentists, in. the Arlington block,
215 Hotel street, opt. Union, do your Dental
work. NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATIONS.
Painless
extraction
WHOSE FAULT IS IT?
Tho world is full of diactwo and
pain. Wlioso fault is it? Every
body's; thoroforo often tho fault
of tho BiiiTorcrs thomsclvos. But
tho pressing question is, what to
do, how to rcliove, how to-'cure.
What would bocomo of us if
means woro not found to destroy
rlinnnan? WW. flinn. of COUrSO.
i - -j j 1 -
1 discaso would destroy us and tho
I world would bo depopulated. Un
til wo learn iigw to prevent uis
caso, wo must bo thankful for tho
means of abalinq and curing it
after it has seized upon ub, and
stands, liko a savage with uplifted
axe, ready to tuko our lives. Es
pecially do wc need somo Btiro
and speedy form of treatment
for those Complaints which aro
universal, which nriso in ovory
country and climate. Wo alludo
to such ailmonts as Norvous and
General Debility, listeria, Scro
fula, Chronic DjarrhcoaAsthma,
Throat and Lung Complaints,
Blood Impurities, and tho ills of
womon and children. For theso
WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION
comes as near to boing an actual
specific as any medicino yet dis
covered. It is palatablo as honoy
and contains tho nutritivo and
curative properties of Pure Cod
Liver Oil, oxtracted by ub from
fresh cod livers, combined with
tho Compound Svrup of Hypo
phosphites and tho Extracts of
Malt and Wild Ohorry. You may
almost say that it is life itself
embodied in a sinclo article mado
bv human hands. Dr. J. L. Car-
..I. T 1
neti sayts: x mivu iiau jumuiiv
ablo success with it iu tho treat
ment of Consumption, Chronio
Bronchitis, Catarrh and Scrofu
lous Affections. It is of special
valuo in norvous prostration and
depraved nutrition. It stimulates
tho appetite and the digestion,
promotes assimilation, and enters
directly into tho circulation with
tho food. I consider it a marvel
ous success in medicino." Every
doso effective. "It cannot dis
appoint." Sold by all chemists.
T
ALL ABOUT IT
REASON HE GIVES IN AN AFFI
DAVIT FOR ASKING A DEFAULT
TO BE SET ASIDE.
The Knplolnnl Estate has filed a mo
tion to set aside the default, and vucato
the Judgment entered against it at thd
suit of M. S. Grinbaum & Companyj
the Ju Umeiit being for $1052.39. Tho
motion 1b based on the records of thtl
case ami an affidavit of John F. Col
burn In which he says he Is the treas
urer and one of the directors of the Ka
piolanl Estate, "that Immediately upon
the service upon him, a such treasur
er, of said defendant, to wit. on at
about the 12th day of September, A. L
1902, this aeponent placed the copy of
summons and complaint which had
been served upon him, In a certain box
within his olllco where U was then and
has since his habit and custom to place
papers relating to suits in court where
in said defendant a party In Interest.
That In so pluolng snlil papers this de
ponent expected and Intended to hani
the same without delay to the attor
ney for said estato whom he had de
termined upon' to represent .lel'cudant
In this action, to wit: (, W. AshforJ,
Esquire, a practitioner of this court;
but that deponent entirely and abso
lutely forgot the subject of said pupars
and of said action, until tho 3rd day of
October, A. D. 1902; and that depo
nent's attention was, on s.ild 3rd d.vy
cf Octobe-. lli'jt called In. sa I paperH
and the subject oi said suit, (after said
12th day of September, A. D. U02), and
that said subject, was first, after .said
last mentioned dato recalled to tho
memory of this deponent, by ine of tho
clerks In the ollloe of said defendant,
-who then and .there, to wit, on
said 3d day of October, reported to
this deponent that defendant's default
had bc.'n entered in said action, "
and that deponent's entire fnrgetful
ncss of the fact of the bringing of said
action Is tho sole reason for the failure
of said defendant to npyear and answer
the same prior to the return day of tho
summons herein."
ARRIVE WITH SUGAR.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20. The otl
burnlng steamer Nevadan arrived from
Honolulu today with 32,230 sacks of su
gar and 444 bunches of bananas. The
low pressure burners Used by the ves
sel worked satisfactorily.
With 14,000 sacks of sugar, the baric
Roderick Dhu arrived from Hllo, and
reports having encountered a heavy
northwest galo off port last night.
Star want ads pay at once.
NEW ADVEIIT1SEAIENTS
LOST.
Draft No. 462 for $232.17 In favor p,
Mrs, Emma Hall, drawn by Loulsson
Hros. on M. S. Grinbaum & Co., Ltd.,
has been lost, and payment of samo
has been stopped.
qUAKTEKLY MEETINU.
1 r'i
The regular quarterly meeting of tho
stockholders of C. Hrower & Co.', Ltd.,
Will bo hold at the olllccs of the coiri
pany In Honolulu, on Saturday, Ooto
ber 11th, at 10 u. m.
Business of Importance to come be
fore tho meeting nnd a full attendance
is requested.
" W. W. NORTH,
Secretary pro tern.
Dated Honolulu, October 4th, 1902,
Star Wnnt aas pay at once.
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