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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1002.
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Rent Pianos
ON HAND.
PRICES 10 SUII THE IB
Beigstrom Music Co., Ltd
PROGRESS BLOCK
HONOLULU.
Immense Reductions.
For one month only commencing
Tuesday, August 26. our entire stock of
Crockery, Glassware, cutlery, Tin
ware, Oil Stoves, Chlnaware, Agate
ware, hanging and Table Lamps, Car
penter Tools, Etc., will bo sold at
greatly reduced prices.
LAI SING. KEE,
Nuuanu Street near Beretanla.
S. SA1KI,
Bamboo Furniture
AND
PICTURE FRAMES
Neat and Handsome
Deslens. made to order.
K3, Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl.
Advertise your wants In the Star.
Hawaiian Curios
ICapa, Calabashes, Lels, Native
Hats, Hula Skirts, Nllhau Mats,
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 tAlakea street to
Maunakea street, below King, and will
be pleased to see his old customers as
well as new ones.
i L. J. SUN, P. O. Box 1G Phone Blue 933.
Nuuanu Stre'et, - - - Near Pauahl. WING" SANG CO.
i DRESSMA.KBH WHOLE SALE AND RETAIL
Dresses, Ladies' Underwear, Mosqul- DEALERS IN
1 t0 Netting, Pillow Cases, Underwear. Groceries and Fresh Fruits
-fe, I -V Skirts and Chemises always on hand. nm?in Mrr,
TO ; h FIRST-CLASS WORK . Commission Merchants.
46 Hotel Street. Honolulu, H. T.
Now is tho time to use the Star's
J classified columns. Star want ads pay at once.
B. R. Rice,
Cottages and
pleasant rooms,
American and
European Plan.
Excellent Cuisine
and Service Spe
cial weekly or
monthly rates.
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' Favorite
Our High Grade Cane Fertilizer
i Brand
.4
Manufactured'from the Best Materials. Few are as Good, None
Better on the Market
Pacin
Fatigue
AND
Weakness
Yield to the Persuasive Powers of
Royal '
Mf3Llt
Extract
Strength comes with the first
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 la the tonlo 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
bottlo will convince anyone of
the claims we make. Try it.
25c. the Bottle
$2.50 the Dozen
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 Mclntyre
Building.
W. H. RICE. Supt.
Manager.
Waikiki Inn
ON THE BEACH.
SPECIAL RATES FOR TOURISTS.
A FAMILY RESORT. ......
proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71.
3171
A
Soluble, Brv and Fine,
Sure, Quick and Reliable
c Guano and Fertilizer Co
PORTO RICO COFFEE.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. The Pres
ident lias proclaimed an agreement en
tered Into with the government of
France on August 22 last, extending an
Important trade advantage to tho Isl
and ot Puerto HIco by the admission of
tho coffee produced In that Island to
tho French markets at the minimum
tariff rate.
This was accomplished by a special
agreement made between Acting Sec
retary Adee, for the united States, and
M, de Margerle, Charge for the Gov
ernment of France here. This agree
ment In turn amends the commercial
arrangement of date May 28, 1898,
which was the first drawn under the
terms of the reciprocity section ot the
DIngley act.
That arrangement applied only to
Franco and to the United States pro
per, and the amendment Just entered
into extends It on the one side to Al
geria, and on the other to the Island
ot Puerto Rico, as to the general feat
ures of the tariff schedules affected,
while as to Puerto Rlcan coffee It Is
provided that It shall enjoy the mini
mum French tariff rate until February
23, 1903, by which date It is expected a
turther extension can be arranged.
SHOULD HAVE BEEN A COPPER.
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman has
been credited with being able to sleep
as easily In a standing positions as he
can lying down. Said the Duke ot De
vonshire to him on one occasion: "You
are like a policeman, Bannerman, you
can always sleep standing up." An
equally curious habit Is that of Lord
Rothschild, who confesses that he can
sleep better In a theatre during the
performance than he can at any other
time or place.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Between Boards. t OPIoneer. $G0: 13
Pioneer, $C0; 40 KlhefT $S.
Quotations. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co....' 400 00
L. B. Kerr 40.08
Ewa Plan 19.S75 21.00
Hawaiian Com'1 33.00
Hawaiian Sugar 23.00
Honomuu 115.00
Honokaa '. 11.50
Haiku 115.00
Kahuku .-. ' 21.00
Klhel 7.50
Ktpahulu 70.00
McBryde 3.50 ,
Oahu 70.00
Olaa, as 4.00
Olaa paid up 8.00
Olowalu Co i 125.00
Pioneer 59.00
Walalua 40.00 4G.00
Waimanalo 170.00
Wilder 100.00
Inter-Island 97.50
Hawaiian Electric 85.00 90.00
H. R. Transit 62.50
Mutual Telephone 10.50
Oahu Railway 87.50 90.00
Ewa Plan. 'Gs 102.00
Oahu Railway '63 104.50
If you want to buy or sell anything,
place a classified ad In the Star. Three
lines three times for 25 cents.
We offer for sale two very at
tractive two s'tory
Six Room Houses
These have all the modern con
veniences, are well located and
will be sold to the right parties
on easy terms.
We should be pleased to talk
with you about them.
STOCK AND BOND
BROKERS, FIRE
INSURANCE.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Tel. Main 313.
P. O. Box 484
HAWAIIAN
BROS
AND THEIR HABITS
Rather more than twenty years ago
there was published In the Hawaiian
Annual a paper on the birds of these
Islands from the pen of S. B. Dole, the
present governor. In the last Annual
an article appeared written by II. W.
Henshaw of llllo, and this has now
been completed und published separ
ately as a book of nearly 150 pnges.
A comparison of the two works will at
once show the great Increase In our
knowledge of the Island birds that has
been gained, since 1879. Though mod
estly designated as a 'list' the new
work Is a complete, popular ,and at the
same time scientific, account of all the
birds at present known to inhabit these
Islands. It consists almost entirely of
Interesting readable matter, the ac
tual descriptions of the various species,
although quite sufllclent for their Iden
tification, being usually limited to seven
or eight lines or even less. Mr. Hen
shaw's work Is divided into two parts.
The first deals with questions of gen
eral interest to the prnithologlst. such
as the nature of the forests, the de
struction that has taken and Is taking
place In these, the origin of the native
birds, the causes of their decrease, an
account of the work done by various
collectors and the subjects.
The second part contains the brief
technical descriptions referred to and
likewise notes on the habits, songs, &c,
of the various species. Many of these
notes are the result of the author's
field observations and contain much of
Interest. Thus of the "Omao" he says:
"It Is a common habit for It to alight
on a limb lengthwise, a custom which
with Its erect attitude while perching
strongly indicates thrust nllmitles."
To some species Mr. Henshaw has
unquestionably paid more attention
than any other observer, to the "Ele
palo" of Hawaii and the Io for exam
ple. A few lines taken from the ac
count of the former are a fair sample
of the author's work: "The curiosity
of the Elepalo Is Insatiable and a pair
or two are always on hand to inspect
an intruder and learn his business. It
will follow and catch an Insect on the
wind, which It has chanced to dislodge
from some hiding place, but It never
sits and watches for flying insects as
do the American llycatchers. In fact
by far the greater part of Its Insect
food is gleaned from the branches ot
trees and shrubs, and from among the
lichens and tangled ferns. Its motions
generally and its hunting habits are
those of a wren rather than those of
'a flycatcher. Indeed its resemblance to
J the wren Is remarkable, especially
when it droops its wings by Its sides
uiiu vulu jih tail uici ikn unvn, jui;i.
Is its frequent habit."
It Is curious that the use of the dis
torted mandible of the Akepa should
have escaped the notice of the writer,
since It Is obvious when the live bird
is examined with field glasses or even
sometimes with the naked eye, or from
an examination of the food of the bird.
The economic value ot some of the
birds is alluded to and the need of
legislation for their protection. As a
matter of fact no forest bird should be
killed under any pretext from the first
ot March till the middle of October, for
not even for scientific purposes is It
necessary to do so. It Is a most un
fortunate fact too that of the birds of
the open country the golden plover
both for food and sport surpasses all
others, for it is of all the most helpful
to the agriculturist, and Its habit of
selecting the most injurious Insects,
and Its presence In the Islands when
these are most nctlve might well afford
it more protection.
At the end of the list the rice-bird,
mynah and other introduced species
are dealt with. For the camper out in
the woods who wishes to know some
thing of the birds around him, the
present work is the very thing, while
it Is at the same time none the less
Interesting to the advanced student ot
ornithology. It should be In the pos
session of every one who takes any In
terest In this subject.
It. C. L. PERKINS.
For sale by Thrum's Book Store.
MEMORIAL ADOPTED.
The Free Kindergarten and Chil
dren's Aid Association of Hawaii
adopted at Its October meeting the fol
lowing memorial of the late Miss Mary
Green, one of Its most earnest sup
porters: In the Providence of our Heavenly
Father, our beloved sister and faithful
coworker, Miss Mary Elizabeth Green,
has been called home from the scenes
of her labors among us. The Free Kin
dergarten and Children's Aid Associa
tion recalls with loving remembrance
her earnest devotion to everything
that pertained to Its highest Interest.
She was ever ready to contribute lib
erally of her time and means and self
to the physical, Intellectual and spirit
ual betterment of others. Her love for
the Hawaiian race, her self-sacrlflclng
labors in their behalf, her steadfast de
sire to lighten tho burdens of others,
her sympathy and spirit of coopera
tion, have ever been a source of en
couragement and Inspiration, to all
who have been privileged to work by
her side.
Her pathway was Illumined by a
bright and loving disposition, which
not only made cheerful her own life,
but left a lasting Impress upon all with
whom she came In contact,
The world is not only better but hap
pier because of the life and Influence of
Mary Green.
We shall miss our friend and sister
from tho various places where we have
been accustomed to meet her, but we
shall cherish her memory with the
deepest respect and affection. Let us
be glad in our sorrow that we have
had the privilege of knowing and of
being associated with Buch a noblo and
Chrlst-llko worker. To her sister and
other relations we tender our heart
felt sympathy in tills, their great loss,
believing that their consolation will be
In the assurance that to her "to die
was gain."
Note Heads. Bill Hwl StntAmnntn
and Fine Commercial Printing at the
Star Office.
dold Crowns
White Crowns
Bridge Work
$5
Silver Fillings 50c. No More
dold Fillinr;s$1.0OAndUp
Full Set Teeth $5.00
per Toom
ALL OUR WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. LADY ASSISTANT.
All our instruments are thoroughly sterilized before being used.
TRACK LAYING
AT
T
BALLASTING OF THE WAIKIKI
EXTENSION OF THE RAPID
TRANSIT COMPLETED TONIGHT.
Work was In progress all last night
on the Rapid Transit Company's lino
of track through tho McCully tract and
the banana plantation between King
street and the Wnlklkl road at Kalla
road. Incandescent lights were rigged
up on the trolley wire, and plenty of
light was thus afforded.
Rush work Is being done on the line
this extension and it is oxpected it will
be ready for car service by Thursday.
The ballasting is expected to be com
pleted today and tonight. There will
then ibe some Avork straightening up of
the trolley wire, and then the line will
be ready for service.
The track for this distance Is a per
fectly straight piece of track, and It
crosses no streets It may be expected
that fqst time can bo made on it. The
ballasting Is now being done and It Is
claimed that such good work Is being
done In the ballasting as to make It
perfectly safe to run at a very high rate
of speed.
In ballasting, a very ingenious device
has been resorted to. The track runs
through old rice fields and bannnn
patches. It would be an Impossibility
to haul the ballasting to where it Is
needed In wagons or carts. In this
exigency the platform on top like a'
Hat car. Two hatches are loft In this
platform. The car is then loaded with
ballast and sent as a trailer to a trolley
car to any point where ballasting Is
going an. The ballasting Is then
thrown down through the hatches In
the ballast car right 'between the rails
and ties. In this way tho entire track
Is being ballasted.
When this line Is completed and the
car service on It has begun, the King
3treet cars will run from Kalihl out
King to McCully street, then over this
straight piece of track to Waiklkl road.
The other main line system of the road
will run its cars from AVyllle street
down Llliha to King, thence along
King. Hotel, Alapal, Kinau, Pensacoln,
Wilder avenue Alexander, Betetnnia
and McCully street stopping nt King
street. Passengers by this line desir
ing to go on toward Wnlklkl will be
transferred at this point to the King I
street cars. j
The ballast material for Iho line is
brought by wagons and carts from
Mollllll quarry, at the rate of a hundred
or more cubic yards a day.
TUft-TUA REMEDY
AFTER EXPERIMENTS WITH THE
EXTRACT DR. SHOREY COMES
TO FOREGOING CONCLUSION.
Examinations of the tua tun by Dr.
Shorey, food commissioner have re
sulted In the discovery of a '1 sadly poi
son In the seed of the plant, and this
is thought to be the lngrelient that
produces the painful effects attributed
to the extract by those who clnim it H
a cure. Three cats on which experi
ments were made by Dr. Shorey have
Joined the silent majority, turning up
their toes in short order after being
given only a few drops of the oil of
the tun tua seed.
The tua tua extract, without the s-ed
produces no effect at nil, und I Is
thought by Dr. Shorey that In the cases
in which the supposed medicine proved
an active drug seeds were mixed with
the rest of the plant, nnd the extract
contained some of the poison, not
enough to produce a serious effect, but
suiucient to cause a disturbance of the
system.
Dr. Shorey has a smnll quantity of
the oil In his laboratory and some of
the extract as well. "I have taken at
one time enough of the tua tua extract"
said Dr. Shorey, "to constitute two or
three ordinary doses, and no effect has
been shown. The oil is a poison some
what similar to croton oil and ns It was
fatal to the cats, I don't propose to
take any myself. I believe that in all
the cases in which the so-called tua tua
remedy produced any effect at all, seed
was mixed with the rest of the plant
In making the extract and some of this
oil, which Is not a strong enough poison
to be futal In very small quantities, nnd
may possibly have Its medicinal uses as
croton oil, was In the extract. This ac
counts for the contradictory reports
about the 'cure.' Some of those who
take It remnin quite unaffected, and
increase the doses beyond all proportion
without llnding that It effects their sys
tems at all. Others Und It a strong
purgative, and suffer severe pains from
taking It."
Dr. Shorey's experiments have con
firmed the opinions of the members of
the Bourd of Health who thought that
Tua Tua was useless as a remedy, and
there appears to be little chance that
anything will come of using It at Mo
lokal, as reports continue to be dis
couraging, and patients are giving up
tho treatment.
MARY GREEN'S MEMORY.
The Woman's Board of Missions will
hold Its October meeting In Central
Union church at 2:30 o'clock this after
noon. The first part of the session will
bo a Joint memorial service of the W.
C. T. U. and the Board In honor of Miss
Mary Green, member of both organiza
tions. After tho memorial paper, by
Mrs. Whitney, will come the regulnr
monthly paper of the Woman's Board,
subject "Forward Movement in Japan"
by Miss Tnlcott. 'Also tho special con
tribution toward tho Armenian Orphnns
Relief Fund. The Executive Committee
met at two o clock.
PAIN BOUGHT ANOTHER ARK.
The old. tug Talula was sold at auc
tion yesterday. W. H. Pain ot tram-
car fame purchased the tug for $550.
Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents.
M
DEADLY
POISON
If yo want as good work as any Dentist
can produce, and at very low prices, have tho
Skilled Expert Dentists, In tho Arlington block,
215 Hotel street, opp. Union, do your Dental
work. NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATIONS.
Painless
Extraction
CONFIDENCE
said Lord Ohntliam, "in a plant
of Blow growth." Peoplo boliovo
in things that Ihoy boo, and in a
broad sense tlioy aro right. What
(s sometimes called blind faith is
not faith at all. Tlicro must bo
reason and fact to form a foun
dation for trust. In regard to a
medicine or remedy, for oxiimplo,
peoplo ask, "Has it cured oth
ers? Havo cases liko mine been
rcliovcd by it? Is it in harmony
with tho truths of modern soionco,
mid has it a record above suspic
ion? If bo, it is worthy of confi
dence; and if I am ovor attacked
by any of tho maladies for which
it is commended I shall resort
to it in full belief in its pow
er to help mo." On tbeco lines
WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION
has won its high reputation a
mong medical men, and tho
people of all civilized countries.
They trust it for tho snmo reason
that thoy trust in tho familiar
laws of naturo or in tho action
of common things. This effectivo
remedy is palatable as honey and
contains tho nutritivo and cura
tive properties of Ptiro Cod Liver
Oil, oxtractcd by us from fresh
cod livers, combined with tho
Compound Syrup of IlypophoB
phitos and tho Extracts of Malfc
and Wild Cherry. It quickly o
radictites tho poisonous, disease
breeding acids and other toxic
matters from tho system; regu
lates and promotes the normal
action of tho orgaiiB, gives vigor
ous appctito and digestion, and is
infalhblo in Prostration follow
ing Fovers, etc. Scrofula, Influ
enza, Asthma, "Wasting Diseases,
Throat and Lung Troubles, etc.
Dr. "W. A. Young, of Canada, says :
" Your tasteless preparation of
cod liver oil has given mo uni
formly satisfactory rcsnits, my
patients having been of all ages."
It is a product of the skill and
scienco of to-day and is success
ful after tho old style modes of
treatment havo been appealed to
in vain. Sold by all chemists.
THE GIBSON ESTATE.
I Trustee Files His Final Accounts nnd
Resigns.
David Dayton this morning filed his
final accounts as trustee of the estate
of Walter M. Gibson, deceased, with a
resignation nnd request for the nppolnt
ment of a new trustee. An Inventory,
wns also filed, showing the estate to
consist of one-third of Lnnal rnnch nnd
stock, valued at $70,000, tho Lanlkeha
homestead at Lahainn, valued at $5,000
i and $2,500.44 In bank, part of the sharo
j of Rachel L. Hayseldcn. Dayton also
i filed an ngreement by David K. Haysel-
den, one of the devisees under the will,
l to allow Mrs. Talula L. Hayselden to
j draw any part of his share that she
' may desire, and to release his claim for
any part she may take under the agree
ment. The suit of Hoffschlncscr nnd Com
I Pany vs. Ylm You and C. Wlnam,
! garnishee, was dismissed this morning
oy Jim Re uoDinson, who sustained u
plea of want of jurisdiction.
Y. W. C. A.
At the annual meeting of tho Younn
Women's Chrlstlnn Association held
yesterday the following oillcers were,
nl..f nil
President. Mrs. E. AV. Jordan; vice-
president, uMis. is. v . Dillingham; re
cording secretary, Miss Cornelia B
Hyde: treasurer. Mrs. 13. L. Marx.
Twenty-five cents pays for a Want
ad In the Stnr. A baTgaln.
NE W A DYKHTiaUffl KNTS
CHA3IKEK OF COM M MICE.
The regulnr monthly meeting of tha
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, will
be held at its room in the Hackfeld
Building on Wednesday, October 8,
nt 10 a. m.
A full attendance Is requested.
JAS. GORDON SPHNCER.
Secretary.
Honolulu, October 7, 1902.
Wilczek
Concert
HAWAIIAN
OPERA
HOUSE.
Tuesday Evening,
October 14,
AT 8:30 P. M.
FRANZ WILCZEK,
THE FAMOUS . 1
AUSTRALIAN VIOMN '
VIRTUOSO. !
Assisted by ;
MRS. G. W. MACFARLANE1
Soprano. f
HUGO HERZBR, J
Baritone.
MRS. TENNEY-PECKK
At the Piano.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Cx
Prices $1.00, 7G cents and B Cents.
Concert under the direction of W. D.
Adams.
Henry E. Hlghton. fhos. Fitch.
FITCH &"HTGHTON,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Office: S. W. corner King and - Fort
Streets.
Telephone Main 5i. P. O. Box 620.
Twenty-flvo cents paya.for a Want
ad In the Star. A bargain. -
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