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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7 1002.
FLOR DE MANILA LONDRE White Rock Lithia Water ORDER THROUGH YOUR DRUG GISTS, OR FROM W. C. PEACOCK & CO., AGENTS WE HAVE A SPECIAL BREW NOW ON THE MARKET, OF UN USUAL EXCELLENCE. IT IS DE LICIOUS AND PALATABLE AND BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE. ORDER A CASE FROM THE BREW ERY OF I MM & CO., LIMITED QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU. H. T. ...AGENTS FOTk... Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea 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 Under writers. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President. i Geo. H.. Robertson. .V-Pres. & Mgr. ' E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Sec'y. , W. F. Allen Auditor. P. C. Jonea Director. H. Waterhouse Director. C. R, Carter Director. All of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers v And Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Corner of Fc t and Qctsi Bts OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CD'S VIMB TABLE KtOM AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1901 TRAINS STATIONS. (Outward) Daily Dally ex. Sun. D.ljr ei.Sun D'ly D'ly A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Honolulu ... Pearl Oitr.. Ewa Mill . Walanae... WftUlua.... Kauukn ....7:10 9:18 11:05 11:40 8:15 8:47 4.-05 4:45 5:40 6:16 6:10 6:50 8:10 ....8:03 9:48 ....8:33 10:0b 13:00 10:50 11:55 12:33 STATIONS (Inward) Dally ex. Hun. A.M. D'ly A.M. 6:S5 6:10 7:10 7:45 8:03 8:35 D'ly r.u, D'ly r.M, 2:08 2:50 8:55 4:33 4:63 6:28 Kahultu . Walalua.... Walanae..., Ewa Mill.., Pearl City.. Honolulu... .. 6-.B0 .. 6:16 .. 6:10 1.05 1:80 8:06 G. P.DlNIBON,' Superintendent. F. O. Smith, Oen. Pass. fe Tkt, Ant THERE IS NOW ON HAND A PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OP n Hi li III TELEPHONE MAIN 341. Alberts, Bezlcrs, Albert Roche, La Marchand (boneless), Du Cants Club Trocadero, Yacht Club (boneless), Peeled in Oil, Denarnenez (boneless), Extra Cholx (In glass), Kleler Derotten In Oil. Peeled Sardines in Oil are the most delicious fish in tin. They are the fin est fish, and will tickle the palate of any lover of good eating. LEWIS & CO., LTD. THE GROCERS. 1069 FORT STREET. 340 TWO TELEPHONES 210. ff. 6. IRIffl & CO. (Limited.) ...AGENTS FOR... Western Sugar Refining Company of San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila delphia, Penn. Newell Universal Mill Company, (Na tional Cano Shredder), New York, U. S. A. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Ferti lizers. High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and Coffee. Alex. Cross & Son's High Grade Fer tlllzers for Cane and Coffee. Reed's Steam Pipe Cars. Also Offer for Sale Paraflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and Papers. Lucol and Linseed Oils, raw and boiled. Indurlne (a cold water paint) in white and colors. Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and Brick. C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. Kahikimii Meat Harkot And Grocery Fruits and Vegetables CERETANIA ST., COR. ALAK "I. Also at the Fish Market, Stalls 1 9 and 20 Phone Blue MIL 1 1 UNIQUE SHIPPING MASTER IN FIELD JAPANESE LEGAL ADVISER WILL SUPPLY COOKS AND YARDBOYS FOR MASTER MARINERS. There la a now shipping master In the local Held. He Is the most unique shipping muster that this port hns ever seen. Honolulu has had Its Lew Is and Turk, Its Mike Ernes and Its notorious "Crimp" McCarthy or Mc Swllllgan fame, but the new shipping master Is even more unique than any of these celebrities. He Is a Japanese. Fred K. Makino, the well known Jap anese Interpreter and legal advisor of the Japs, has opened an Oriental em ployment oillce on Merchant treet within two doors of the police statioi. He makes a specialty ot applying ves sels with crews or parts thereof. Any thing from a cabin boy up to a carpen ter or a boatswain Is offered. As yet Makino has no masters or mates awaiting employment, but If a vessel were to be In great need of such an Im portant member, he could no doubt se cure some Japanese who would under take the job. Makino has established himself In the most pretentious oillce that local shipping has ever known. Even the quarters which Turk and Lewis opened for a short time on Queen street can not be compared with the luxury of Makino s new place. lie has a tele phone, a roller lop desk, a couple of chairs, a pack of cigarettes and his name upon the door. The new shipping master will conduct his buslnesj on somewhut different. llnps than those fol lowed by the white and more experi enced masters of the craft. He will employ runners to work w his business. Makino has made quite a departure by adopting this line of huslnes3 and there seems excellent prospect of his success. He certainly has a large enough field ffum wnlch to secure his labor. The only question is how many of the Japanese will rate as able seaman Operating a fishing sam pan Is much different from sailing In a deep water ship and climbing up the smoke stack of a sugar mill is very far from qualifying a man to reef a sky sail in a heavy gale. However there are any number of Japanese around. CLAUDINE SAILED LATE. The steamer Claudlne did not sail un til 2 p. m. today on her Hilo and way port run. Her departure was delayed In order to wait for the funeral party of the late Mrs. Douglas McBryde, to take the vessel for Mahukona as the burial Is to take place at Kohala. MAUNA LOA ARRIVES. The steamer Mauna Loa arrived this morning from her regular run to Maul and Hawaii ports. She Itouched at Mahukona on the return trip In order to bring down the brothers of the late Mrs. Douglas McBryde. who with their wives, were passengers on the vessel to this place. The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hind, Mr. and Mrs. R Hind and Mr. and Mrs. George Hind . A fair sized crowd of passengers came from other ports. The Mauna Loa brought the following cargo for Hono lulu for W. G. Irwin and Company 6907 bags of sugar, 274 bags of taro, 121) bags coffee, 134 bunches of bananas, 2S kegs butter, 12 crates fruit, 6 bbls. pol, 35 bundles hides, 12 pigs, 30 head cattle and 224 packages sundries. NOEAU HAD RAD AVEATHER. Owing to very rough weather at Ku kulhaele last Saturday Captain Mosh er of the steamer Noeau was unable to load all of the Iron at that place and went around to Kallua. The steamer arrived this morning from Kallua and Hamakua ports. She brought 86 bags for F. A. Schaefer and Company and 2156 bags of sugar for H. Hackfeld and company. DIED. McBRYDE At her home on Green street, Honolulu, at S o'clock In the evening, October 6, 1902, of heart fail ure due to a cold contracted about ten days before, 5Irs. A. D. McBryde, at the age of twenty-six years. Mrs. McBryde was the daughter of the late Robert H. Hind of Kohaln, and was born at Hawl. She was mar ried July 27, 1900. A daughter was born to her September 28, 1902. Be sides her husband and child her mother, a sister and four brothers survive her. Her mother and sister are in San Francisco. Her brother, George Hind of San Francisco, Is supposed to be on his way here now by the Alameda. Her brothers John, Robert and James Hind of Kohala were notified yesterday by wireless telegraphy of their sister's Illness. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon at the McBryde residence on Green street. The re mains will be taken to Kohalu and burled at the old homestead on the Hawl estate. A NATURAL TOOTER. "This," we explain to the visitor from abroad as we pilot him across the great plains, "is nn untutored savage one of the last remnants of that noble race which" "Untutored, do you say?" Interrupts the visitor. "Yes." "But ho doesn't seem to need tutor ing," continues the visitor, with a London-funny-paper accent. "It seems to me he Is more of a tooter than any thing else. See, he Is obviously on n toot right now." So saying, he returns to the train, while we ponder over the Inner mean ing of his bonmot. Judge. NEVER DIE. "You office-holders," sneered the man who was vainly trying to be one, "don't die very often, do you?" "No," replied the man who was one, as he smiled benignly "only once." Phlladnl phla Press, L MEN DO NOTJJKE MEXICO STUPIDITY OF PEONS AND REG ULATIONS VERY EXASPERATINU NO GRAY MATTER IN MEXICAN. "Railroading In Mexico has Its pecu liar perils to the peons," said a return ed civil engineer of a construction com pany which operates In the southern republic. "You know a peon will stand at the foot of a hill and watch a de tached bowlder coming straight toward hi in and not stir until It has hit him, killing him or breaking a leg or two. His brain seems to have no gray matter It requires five or six peons to lift a rock that could easily be moved by one Anglo-Saxon, and their peak-crowned and broad brimmed hats bump to gether us they strain nnd heave-ho. After It Is lifted they all shout In their lingo. 'Don't let go!' If one lets go then they alt yell and drop the stone, c.lt lb lino t.uvji.i. 1 , ui iiiu iiiii ct .vv, as a rule. As they work bare footed, the results are distressing. "When railroads were first put through Mexican territory the curio sity of the peons was Immeasurable. They gathered, day or night, along the track and became a pest and a nul-1 sanee because they were so Ignorant of ' the ways of the locomotives that they , often got recklessly on the track and , were maimed or killed. That sort ot , accident Is a different matter In Mex- j Ico from what It Is In the States. By ', the Mexican law, If a person is innlned or killed he- must await the action ot , the Judge of the first Instance who may be, and usually It, miles distant from j the scene of the accident. Until the i Judge arrives no one must, under penal ty of Imprisonment, touch the body, and a maimed person may die before medi cal aid cnn be summoned. I was once on a construction train that ran over and cut off both feet of a peon, nnd the Judge lld not reach him until the fol lowing day. Of course, the poor fellow was dead when the Judge arrived. "By the Mexican law, also, no one Is allowed to remove the body of a person killed until the Judge of the first ins tance arrives. This is sometimes awk ward. I saw once the body of a peon, killed on the main track near a station,, lie there for two days, while the trains had to go around It by means of a siding to avoid running over It. In those early days of railroading so many peons were killed on the railroads that the habit of the civil authorities in locking up engineer, fireman, conductor and the entire train crew until Investi gation was made of the circumstnnces of the killing that it became highly de trimental to the management of the roads. I have known a locomotive en gineer to be In a Mexican Jail for two months on a charge of running over a native. In time this became exasperat ing. The peon will steal anything on a track or about a car that Is not fasten ed down and the railroad men learned to hate them religiously. IRELAND'S NEW GOVERNOR. DUBLIN, Sept. 23. The Earl of Dud ley, the new Lord Lieutenant of Ire land, made his state entry Into Dub lin today on horseback and accompa nied by the Duke of Connaught, com mander of the forces In Ireland; Coun tess Dudley and an Imposing proces sion, which traversed the troop-lined streets to the castle. There were few decorations. The sightseers were not numerous and there was very little cheering. HILO AND HONOLULU. WAILUKU. October 4. The Maul News says: Were Hllo to be Judged by some of the utterances of its local pa pers, a man from a far country would pronounce the town somewhat jay in some of Its proclivities, notably In the attitude which Hllo assumes towards Honolulu. Hllo was quite justified In kicking, when the big Island was really neglected In the matter of public Im provements, but when the kicking be comes chronle, and takes the form of nn envious bellttlng of Honolulu, It hurts ns well ns Injures Hllo. Hllo owes It as a duty to help to build up Honolulu, which It can well do without Injury to Itself. The fact that Hack feld & Co. have written 3300,000 oK their books is an unfortunate effort to boom the coffee trade In Hllo nnd Ha waii, Is an eloquent reminder of what Honolulu has done and will do again for the big island, and nn appreciation of that fact should prompt the Hllo papers to try to build up rather than belittle Honolulu. TO TAKE PLACE OF VIRCIIOW. BERLIN, Sept. 25.-Johanns Orth, professor of pathological anatomy In the University of Goettlngen, succeeds the late Professor VIrchow to the chair of pathological anatomy In the Uni versity of Berlin. Professor Orth wau for many years Professor Vlrchow's assistant. ISAAC A. SINGER DEAD. NEW YORK, Sept. 26. Isaac A. Sin ger, one of the largest stockholders of the Singer Manufacturing Company, Is dead In Atlantic City. His home was In New York. He retired from active business several years ago and travel ed extensively. MANCHU MAIDENS. Besides providing for the selection of the third Imperial consort for tha em peror, the empress dowager of China has undertaken to fill numerous vacan cies in the various Imperial palaces at Peking resulting from the death or (light of a largo number of youtvi Man chu mnldens during the escape of the court In August 1910. These maidens had been selected for their beauty and grace from the va'-'aus Manchu ban ner organizations to wait upo.i the empress dowager, emprf-ss and Impe rial concubines. When the flight from Peking took place these girls cither committed suicide 'n fear oi' their w-6t-ern conquerors, were rilled In erne way or another, or escauad from the For bidden City, seeking rWuge among the common people. Sterling HAS ADDED TO HIS PAINT SHOP A LARGE STOCK OF Also an experienced Paper Hanger as salesman who will be pleased to give Information about paper hanging and decorating. Competent Paper Hangers employed and always on hand. REASONABLE PRICES. Same Old Stand To fill the vacancies thus ereal.-d the e'npress dowager has comnu!iJ!j the cimptiollers genera', nf .re imperial household department to assemble be fore her for selection several score ot young girls from famU'es belonging to Manchu banner organization?. Eight mnldens were thus selected In May, but thrice that number are still required. Chinese are exempted from this sort ot slavery by special decree of the first emperor of this dynasty, probably for policy's sake. Manchu maidens so selected for the palaces can never leave them in life and never marry. Sometimes a. new emperor, taking pay on these slaves of his predecessor, may give them permission to return to their homes or to marry. If any one will have such middle aged and elderly spin sters. Otherwise, once Inside the pa lace as serving maidens, they remain so untll-death. BY AUTHORITY SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain Execution issued out ot the Circuit Court of the First Circuit of the Ter ritory of Hawaii, on the 16th day of August, A. D. 1902, in the matter of John Kalkelkl vs. Nalellehua, I have, on this 22nd day of September, A, D. 1902, levied upon, and shall offer for salt and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, In Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, the 23rd day of Oc tober, A. D. 1902, all the right, title and Interest ot the said Nalellehua In and to the following described property, un less the Judgment for One Hundred and Eighteen and 95-100 Dollars, Interest, costs and my expenses are previously paid: All that land situated at Hakepu, Koolaupoko, Oahu, described In Land Commission Award 6118, Royal Patent 1128 to Naholowaa, and containing an area of 1.4 acres. CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH, Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain Ex ecution Issued out of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii, on the 22nd day of September, A. D. 1902, in the matter of W. W. Gra ham vs. Orpheum Company, Limited, I have, on this 1st day of October, A. D. 1902, levied upon, and shall offer for sale and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, In Honolulu, Islnnd of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday, the 1st day of No vember, A. D. 1902, all the right, title and Interest of the said Orpheum Com pany, Limited, a Corporation, In nnd to the following described property, un less the Judgment nnd cost of execu tion amounting to One Hundred and Six and 36-100 Dollars, interest, coats and mv expenses are previously paid: All that certain tract of land on the North side of Fort street, above Uere tanla, In Honolulu, Island of Oahu, containing 38-100 of an acre, more or less, conveyed by deed of Chas. S, Des ky and wife, Minnie Desky, to the Or pheum Co., Ltd., in Liber 208, Page 82. Subject to mortgage to the German Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, for $32,600, of record in Li ber 232, Page 107. CHAS. F. CHILLING WORTH, Deputy Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro bate. At Chambers. In tho Matter of the Estate of James R. Estill, deceased. The Petition and Accounts of tho Ad ministrator of said deceased, wherein he asks that his accounts be examined and approved, and that a final order bo made of distribution of the property remaining in his hands to the persons thereto entitled, and discharging him from all further responsibility as such Administrator having this day been filed; It is ordered, that Monday, tho 10th day of November, A. D. 1902, at ten o'clock a, m., at Chambers, in the Court House, at Honolulu, be and the mime nereuy is uppouueu ns me tiinu and place for hearing said Petition and The Painter Union Street Accounts, and that all persons inter ested may then nnd there appear and show cause, If any they have, why tho same should not be granted. Honolulu, Oahu, September 27, A. D, 1902. BY THE COURT: J. A. THOMPSON, CJerk. Smith fc Lewis and R. D. Mead foe petitioner. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit Territory of HnwalL At Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of George Edgar Boardman late of Honolulu, Oahu. The Last Will and Testament of said deceased, having been presented to said court together with a Petition for tho Probate thereof, and for the Issuance of Letters Testamentary to W. Austin Whiting and S. B. Rose having been filed notice Is hereby given that Mon day the 27th day of October A. D. 190a tit 10 o'clock a. m. of said day at tho court room of said Court, at Honolulu, Oahu be and the same hereby Is ap pointed the time and jilacc for proving said Will and hearing said application. Honolulu, September 19, 1902. By the Court: GEORGE LUCAS, Clerk. STEAMERS TO ARRIVE; Date. Name. From. Oct. 1. Ventura San Francisco 1. Peru Yokohama 4. Dbrlc San Francisco, 7. Coptic Yokohama! 10. Alameda San Francisco. 14. Nippon Mar. u. .San Francisco 14. American Mnru... Yokohama) 21. Sonoma Colonies 21. Korea Yokohama 22. Sierra San Francisco. 22. Peru San Francisco 22. Mlowera Colonies 25. Moana Victoria, li. C. 29. Coptic San Francisco 31. Alameda San Francisco Nov. 1. Gaelic Yokohama 6. America Maru..San Francisco 8. Hongkong Maru ...Yokohama 11. Ventura Colonies 12. Sonoma San Francisco 14. Korea San Francisco 15. China Yokohama 19. Aorangl Colonies 21. Alameda San Francisco 22. Mlowera Victoria, B. C. 22. Gaelic -San Francisco 25. Doric Yokohama Dec. 2. Hongkong Maru. San Francisco 2. Sierra Colonies 3. Ventura Han Francisco 5. Nippon Mnru....... Yokohama 10. China San Francisco 12. Alameda San Francisco 13. Peru Yokohama 17. Moana Colonies 18. Doric San Francisco 19. Coptic Yokohnma 20. Aorangl Victoria. 11. C. 23. Sonoma Colonies 24. Sierra San Francisco 26. Nippon Mnru. .San Francisco 27. America Maru.... Yokohama STEAMERS TO DEPART. Date. Name. For. Oct. 1. Ventura , Colonies 1. Peru San Francisco 4. Doric Yokohama 7. Coptic San Francisco 14. Nippon Maru Yokohama 14. America Maru.. Sun Francisco 16. Alameda San Francisco 21. Sonoma San Francisco 21. Korea San Francisco 22. Sierra Colonies . 22. Peru ,. Yokohama 22. Mlowera Victoria, B. C. 25. Moana Colonies 29. Coptic Yokohama Nov. 1. Gaelic San Francisco 5. Alameda San Francisco C. America Maru Yekohama 8. Hongkong Mnru. ..San Franc. 11. Ventura San Francisco 12. Sonoma Colonies 14. Korea Yokohama 18. China San Francisco 19. Aorangl Victoria. B. C. 22. Mlowera Colonies 22. Gaelic Yokohama 25. Doric San Francisco 26. Alameda San Francisco, Dec. 2. Hongkong Maru.... Yokohama. 2. Sierra San Francisco 3. Ventura Colonies-. 5. Nippon Maru.. San Francisco. 10. China Yokohnma. 13. Peru San Francisco, 17. Alameda San Francisco. 17. Moana Viclerla, B. C. 18. Doric Yokohama. 19. Coptic San Francisco. 20. Aorangl Colonies' 23. Sonoma Ban Francisco. 24. Sierra Colonies: 26. Nippon Maru Yokohama. 27. America Maru. .San Francisco. If you wnnt to buy or sell anything, place a classified ad in tho Ktnr. Threo lines three times for 25 cents.