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TUB HAWAIIAN TAn, MOMDAT, OCTQ1IHH C, 1801.
8E spvVG. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP COMPANY tcanir of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN DCIFIC RAILWAY COMIV.NY between Vancouver. It. C, and Sydney, N. k, iff,, and calling at Victoria B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. , Dae at Honolulu on or uliout the dntos bolow stated, tIz: FOR AUSTRALIA. MOAN A OCT. 25 MIOWERA NOV. 22 HLORANOI DEC. 20 FOR VANCOUVER. MIOWBRA OCT. 22 AORANQI NOV. 19 MOANA DEC. 17 Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both Up and Down Voyages THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Pacific Mail Steamship Coo Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Bteamers of fthe above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this Brt on or about the dates below men tloned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. I FOR SAN FRANCISCO. DORIC OCT. 4 NIPPON MARU OCT. 14 PERU OCT. 22 COPTIC OCT. 29 IAMERICA MARU NOV. 6 PEKING NOV. 14 GAELIC NOV. 22 HONGKONG MARU '. DEC. 2 CHINA DEC. 10 DORIC DEC. 18 ND?PON MARU DEC. 26 COPTIC OCT. 7 AMERICA MARU OCT. 14 KOREA OCT. 22 GAELIC NOV. 1 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 8 CHINA NOV. 18 DORIC NOV. 25 NIPPON MARU DEC. 5 PERU DEC. 13 COPTIC DEC. 19 AMERICA MARU DEC. 27 For general Information apply to B Oceanic teamship Company. TIME ABlES tTne fine Passengers Steamers of this line will arrive at and leave this port fea hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA OCT. 10 BIERRA OCT. 22 ALAMEDA OCT. 31 SONOMA NOV. 12 ALAMEDA NOV. 21 IVENTURA DEC. 3 ALAMEDA DEC. 12 BIERRA DEC. 24 ALAMLDA JAN. 2 Local Boat. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA OCT. 15 SONOMA OCT.-21 ALAMEDA NOV. 5 VENTURA NOV. 11 ALAMEDA NOV. 20 SIERRA DEC. 2 ALAMEDA DEC. 17 SONOMA DEC. 23 ALAMEDA JAN. 7 la connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre pared to l ue, to lntendli g passengers coupon through tickets by any railroad bom San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New York by Bta unship line to all European Ports. For further particulars apply to Irwin (looted) Seneral Agents Oceanic S. S. Company. AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. ' i- s. .i v if B. a reigut r- s. FROM NEW YORK. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail about September 30th. "AMERICAN" to sail about October 25th. "TEXAN" to sail about November .. FROM SAN F RANCISCO: S. "NEVADAN" to sail October 9th. ' S. "NEBRASKAN" to sail October 30th. received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO: S. "NEVADAN" to sail November 1st. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA: S. "AXiASKAN" to sail N ovember 25th. :; 20. tl. Haclrfeld C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Co., AGENTS. . Oriental Bazaar . Hand Decorated China Dinner and Tea Sets, Carved Ebony Furniture, Carved Ivory, Carved Sandle Wood, Camphor Wood Chests, Rattan Goods, Embroidered Silks and Paper Screens, Bamboo Furniture. All kinds of Rich Silk Goods, such as Pongee and Pine Apple Linens, White and all colors, Embroidered Silks and Linen Goods, Mattings, Lac qured Wares, Silver Ware, China PardI nlers and Vases, Beaded Portieres, Chi nese Gongs, all sizes, Curios, Etc., Etc. 66-72 King Street, corner of Smith. Phone Blue 3581. P. O. Bov 947. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE HAVE ROLL CALL NOW' C BEERS Famous the World Over Fully Matured SOLD EVERYWHERE. (For nddltlonnl mid later shipping see pages 4, 6, or 8.) ARRIVING. Saturday, October I. Schr. Knwitllnnl, Moses, from Koulau ports, at 4:30 p. m. Slnir. Lehuu, Napnla, from Lntml, Maul and Molokul ports, at 11:45 it. m. Saturday, Ootober 5. Stmr. Maul, F. Bennett, from Maui ports, at 4:15 a. m. Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from Kauai ports, at 3:40 a. m. Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, from Lahulna at 11 a. m. Am. bark Amy Turner, Warland, IS days from San Francisco, at 4 p. m. Schr. Lady, Mokl, from Kuolau ports at 0 u. m, . Monday, October 6. S. S. Coptic, Hinder, from the Orient, at 10:45 a. in. Am. bktn. S. G. Wilder, Jackson, 15 days from San Francisco, at 7:45 a. m. S. S. Tamplco, Reed, from Seattle, due. Tuesday, October 7. Stmr. Mauna Loa. Slmerson. for La- halna, Maalaea, Kona and Kau, due early in morning. DEPARTING. Monday, October G. Stmr. Walaleale, Piltz, for Eleele, Ha- napepe, Makaweli, Walmea and Keka- ha, at 5 p. m. Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullet, for Kapaa, Anahola, Kllauea, Hanalel and Kallhl wal, at 6 p. m. Stmr. Lehua, Napala, for Molokal ports, at 5 p. m. Schr. Lady, Mokl, for Koolau ports at 5 p. m. Schr. Ka Moi, for Paauilo, about 3 p. m. Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Hllo and way ports, at noon. Stmr. Maui, F. Bennett, for Maul ports, at 5 p. m. Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for Kauai ports, at 5 p. m. Gaso. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for Kaunakakai, Kamalo, Honolua, Laha ina, Klhel, Knilua, Napoopoo, Hooke na, llonolpu at 5 p. m. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oa- hu ports, at-7 a. m. Schr. Julia E. Whalen, Harris, for Hllo, about noon. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per stmr. Lehua, Oct. 4, from Molo- kal and Lanal ports Otto Meyer, H. McCorriston, Robert McCorrlston, F. Helduska. Per stmr. W. G. Hall, October 5, from Kauai ports. J. A. Aklna, Pa On, J. P. Medeiros, M. S. Azavedo, Ah Chuch, E. C. Brown, E. A. Douthitt, N. Berlowitz, Miss Welbke. Mrs. Zoller, Miss G. Kobbe, J. A. Low, A. N. Dow, Mr. Mol lenlno, G. Jorgenson, R. H. Smith, W. Wright. Per stmr. Maul, October 5, from Ma ui ports Nakamua, Mori, L. K. Tilton, and wife, C. F. Day, C. Mitchell, Mrs. L. Ah Tim, Miss May Wong Leong, Miss Mary Duenas, B. C. Ah Tim, Mrs. M. Rodrlques, Mrs. H. Anderson and 3 children, Mrs. James T. Taylor, Miss De Boom, E. F. Dlnert, F. J. Benny, II. T. Hayselden, W. H. Lothry, Mrs. F. E. King, Miss Julia Tolbert, Max Lor- enz, Goo Lip, See Sam Lung, and 50 deck. SUGAR LEFT ON KAUAI. Purser J. L. Friel of the steamer W. G. Hall which arrived yesterday from Kauai ports reports the following sugar left on Kaul K. S. M. 2500 bags; V. K. 300 bags, Diamond W. 200 bags Mak. 2250 bags; G. and R. 4450 bags, total 9,700 bags. TAMPICO IS EXPECTED. The S. S. Tamplco Is expected today from Seattle. She has a cargo consist ing of general merchandise, much of which Is flour. She will dock at the Railway slip Just astern of the barken tine Planter. LAHAINA NOTES. LAHAINA, October 4. When the Mauna Loa arrived last Tuesday even ing two boats were nearly swamped be tween the steamer and the shore. Some of the passengers were drenched with sea water. . Jonah Kumalae made a good Re publican speech on October 1. Senator Dickey also gave a short address, which was interrupted by the accident at the landing. A grand Republican rally is announ ced for Saturday evening October 4. Speeches are expected from W. P. Haia, J. Nakaleka, S. E. Kalama and Senator C. H. Dickey. The meeting will be held In Lahalna market place. An educated Chinaman from Hono lulu has opened a Chinese school and mission. A section of the new water works was tested a few days ago, and the result was satisfactory. Dr. J. P. Looney has organized two classes, for the purpose of reading li terature during the coming season. One class meets at kindergarten hall, at 3:30 on Friday afternoons. The sessions of the other class will be held at the re sidence of Mrs. W. Y. Horner, on Sat urday of each week. Choice literature will be selected for the young ladles who have joined the class. The telephone central office has been moved to the new building opposite the park. Members of the West Maui Teachers' Association met for organization on the evening of October 3. Mr. Henry Dick enson was elected president, and Miss A. Z. Hadley secretary. ART LEAGUE. The Art League "at home" Saturday afternoon was well attended. It was the first one of the season. Miss Edna Kelley accompanied by Miss Hyde sang Henshall's "No More." Mrs. Charles B. Dyke gave an address on "Imaginary Companions." The eigh teenth semi-annual exhibit of the league will be given next month. TREATIES WITH CUBA. WASHINGTON, Sept. 25. With the expectation of being ready to present to Congress at the opening of its next session treaties between the United States and Cuba, negotiations are pending between Mr. Quesada, the Cu ban Minister, and the State Depart ment with regard to a commercial trea ty to adjust the title to the Island of Pines. It Is the purpose of Minister Quesa da, It Is stated, to draw up the Com mercial treaty on reciprocity lines. FOUND TREASURE. John Moore, a farmer living near Hermansvllle, Claiborne county, Miss., while demolishing un ancient dwelling on. his farm found a Jug containing nearly $4000 In $20 gold pieces. The money Is thought to have been hidden during the civil war. AT THE LEPER SETTLEMENT A POLICE MEASURE DESIGNED TO BREAK UP THE OVER-THE-PALI COMMERCE IN SWIPES, LIQUOR, OPIUM AND OTHER ARTICLES. sii sioi i m They have a roll call at the leper set tlement nowadays. "We check up twice a week every body entitled to be In the settlement,'' says Superintendent McVeigh, "The object is not so much to prevent lepers from escaping, for, generally speaking, the lepers do not seek to escape from the settlement. The prime object Is a police measure, to prevent the Introduc tion of swipes, licpior, opium, and other contraband articles Into the settlement. The checking up process is a check both on lepers who go out of the settlement over the pall to bring In contraband things, and it Is a check on people who have no right In the settlement, com ing In with contraband articles. "There are a dozen trails up the pall by which escape can be made from the settlement. I know there Is supposed to be only one, and that a dlfflcult and dangerous one. There is only one, probably, by which you can go In or out on horseback, but there ore a dozen by which you can go in or out on foot. I say a dozen, I don't know how many there are; these swipe dealers don't point them out to me. I know of them only as I And them. When I find them I put a blast of giant powder In at places where the blast will do the most good and destroy the trail. But then I suppose they And new ones. "It is surprising that there should be so much visiting back and forth be tween the settlement and the: part of Molokal across the pall as there is. Though as a matter of fact that is real ly not the worst part of it. The worst part Is the Introduction of swipes and opium and other demoralizing commo dities into the settlement. It is pretty hard to guard against this commerce. The wild and broken and precipitous character of the country in both sides of the pall makes absolute prohibition without a large and an entirely loyal police force an impossibility. "But a good deal is being accomplish ed. We 'have got some of the worst swipes vendors in jail, and the reign or terror which offenders of this charac ter had created has been broken so that the better elements the elements In favor of good order, are beginning to assert themselves. But It is only a question of time when this over-the-pali traHlc wll be broken up. The checking up process has already done a grent deal of good. The swipes dealers and the trouble makers don't like it. But It has proved Its value already." PRESIDENT BETTER. WASHINGTON, September 25 Pres ident Roosevelt has capitulated to the physicians and agreed to obey their injunctions. He will remain In bed and let his leg rest, but he refuses to per mit his mind to remain idle. The Pres ident attends to such official business as demands his attention and discus sion affairs of state with the members of his Cabinet. Much of the time to day he spent in company with Mrs. Roosevelt or in reading one of the re cent novels. If you want to buy or sell anything, place a classified ad in the Star. Three lines three times for 25 cents. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given to all persons having horses In the pasture known as the Palama pasture mauka of Kame hameha school, that unless the pastu rage on same Is paid within 15 days from date they will be sold at auction. ANTONE COSTA. Dated September 30, 1902. LOST. Draft No. 402 for $232.17 in favor of Mrs. Emma Hall, drawn by Louisson Bros, on M. S. GrlnbaUm & Co,, Ltd., has "been lost, and "payment of same has been stopped. JiOTICE. Doctors Day and Wood will resume their professional partnership at their former office, 1C6 Beretanla street, on October 1st. For Sale or Rent. Recently built house In excel lent condition on Young street, near Alexander street. First floor: Largo double par lors, dining room, 2 bed rooms, bath room and kitchen. Second floor: 5 bed rooms and large hall. Third floor: Large finished at tic. Large lanal, cool and shady. Servant's quarters, stable, car riage house and fine stable yard. Nice lawn and all buildings In good repair. Lot 75x140. Price, $5250. Rent, $50 per month. For Sale. Cottage on Young street, near Alexander, Cool and pleasant. Parlor, dining room, 5 bed rooms, bath and kitchen. Excellent neighborhood. Lot 75x140. Price, $2900. Enquire of BS I ML LIMITED FORT STREET, - HONOLULU THESE JARS HAVE BEEN ON THE MARKET FOR A NUMBER Off YEARS, AND HAVE GIVEN THE BEST OF SATISFACTION. THEY. ARE A PERFECT SELF-SEALIN-. JAR, ARE PRACTICALLY UN BREAKABLE, WILL EXCLUDE THE LIGHT AS WELL AS AIR, AND YOU CAN TELL IN ADVANCE WHETHER FRUIT WILL KEEP. THIS JAR CAN BE OPENED AND CLOSED BY A CHILD WITHOUT BURN ING OF FINGERS OR SCALDING OF HANDS. NO SLIVERS OF GLASS CAN GET INTO THE FRUIT. NO METAL COMES IN CONTACT WITH WITH THE FRUIT. NO CORROSIVE SUBSTANCE CAN GATHER IN THE LIDS OR THREADS OF THE JAR. THE MOST PERFECT SANI TARY JAR MADE. THESE JARS MAKE AN EXCELLENT CONTAINER FOR MILK AND BUTTER, AS THEY CAN BE PLACED IN THE RE FRIGERATOR AND THE CONTENTS OF THE JAR ARE ABSOLUTELY, PROTECTED FROM TAINT. ' Mlr'- Theo. H. Davies & Co., Hardware Department Crystal Springs Butter is made in California's finest creamery and is everywhere conceded to be the best in the market. Has that deli cacy of flavor that the richest pasture lands of the west produce. New shipment just received on the Ventura, In perfect condition pure and sweet. Order from Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd Telephone Main 45 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. OHTA, Contractor and Builder, liouso rnintci tewalo, Sheridan Street, near Klni Honolulu. H. I. L Klojima, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LIQUORS, Japanese Provisions. General Merchandise. AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. C it HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. Telephone White 2411. P. O. Box 906. Furniture Our stock is complete In every particular. We can suit you, whether you want CHEAP, ME DIUM OR FINE GRADES. Goods In MAHOGANY, OAK, BIRDS' EYE MAPLE, IMITA TION MAHOGANY, and other choice woods. LATEST DE SIGNS WINDOW SHADES, MATTING, LINOLEUM AND PORTIERS. Our REPAIR AND UPHOL STERY DEPARTMENT Is first class In every way. Hopp & Go., KING & BETHEL STREETS Telephone Main 111. Twenty-five cents pays for a Want ad In the Star. A bargain. D0E5 THE BUSINESS A Three-Line Advertisement (18 words) will be inserted in the STAR'S classified columns for 25 cents. Each additional line at the rate of 10c. extra. ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS OF THE 1 a BRING QUICK AND SURE "RESULTS. If it is help wanted, or house for rent, or boarding, 25 cents covers the investment.