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THE . HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11,' 1903.
FIRST SPRING SHOWING '
While Dress Goods ami Embroideries The Very Infest
Creations An Jinineiiho Assortment.
We'd like to have you see these handsome materials. You'll
want new summer garments now and of course an Easter gown.
Goods arc very swell and prices way down to the bottom notch.
Mercerized Whit6 Goods' I
In stripes polka dots and fan
cies. Tho very latest for shirt
waists and skirts.
New Madras and Piques
These are crisp and new and
will make up prettily.
The most elaborate assort
ment ever displayed In Hono
lulu. Patterns are entirely new.
Very new and effective for dress trimmings,
All now and In handsome patterns. New embroidery headings.
SPECIALS THIS WJE5I3JK:
, Madapolam I Fine White Cambric
soft" finish, 30 In. wide, just tho Yard wide, soft finish, good
thing for underwear, 10 cts. yard. . quality .'10 cts.. yard.
Pillow Casing ' v
Pequot brand, size 5-4, best cotton.... 1214 cts. yard.
N. 8. Sachs Dry
Mohamet and the
HAVE ILLUSTRATED MANY A POINT AND WILL CONTINUE
TO DO SO FOR CENTURIES TO COME. AS WE CANNOT VERY
WELL BRING A', STEIN BLOCK SUIT TO EVERY MAN IN THIS
TOWN FOR HIS INSPECTION, WE MUST TRY TO BRING THE
MEN TO OUR STORE TO SEE THE MOST FASHIONABLE AND
PERFECTLY TAILORED CLOTHES THAT IS POSSIBLE FOR THE
SKILL AND SCIENCE OF THE i.JTH CENTURY TO PRODUCE.
THIS LABEL IN THE COAT HAS BEEN THE HONORABLE
"CLOTHES-MARK" OF THE MAKERS' FOR NEARLY A. HALF
' HONOLULU, T. H.
THE LAST Of
PRINCE ALBERT KUNUIAKEA
DIED YESTERDAY OF CONSUMF-"
.TION ROYAL FUNERAL.
Prince Albert Kukallimoku Kunuia
kea died yesterday afternoon at the
residence on the Beach Road where the
Princess Ninito of Tuhlia, otherwise
known &.s Mrs. John K. Sumner died
about four years and a half ago. He
had boen failing fiom consumption lor
many months. He had, been rear death
for a number of days.
The bouy was removed to his late
residence Pala In the afternoon and
will lie In state from 11 a. m. to 3 p.
in. each afternoon until Sunday, when
they will be given a royal Hawaiian
funeral. Prince Albert will be buried
With tho other Kamehamehas in the
Mausoleum grounds, Nuuanu valley.
Prince Albert leaves a widow but no
children. He was born on June IS, 1851,
at Kualhelanl, now the site of Central
Union Church. He was named afteu
the two ancient gods of Hawaii of that
. A man needed
some money that
. .;': . : .
, he didn'.t have
' Another had some
money that he
Both told their
t troubles to us
and now there are
two happy men.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., lid.
They are (ho' real thing. The latest styles and designs.
ARROW BRAND C
If you know about prices and
' hIQ7I BISHOP ST.
Alex. Young' ni Jr.
display of beautiful
Fine Neat Embroideries
Of these we have a special as
sortment for Infants wear.
Fancy Colored Embroid
eries These are something new.
Material to match.
name and was brought up from Infan
cy in me old loiani l'aiace by Kame
hameh.i III and his consort Queen iva
iama. After ihe death of Kamehameha
111 he resided in "Klnau llaie ' with
the Dowager Queen Kaiama and later
on removed with her majesty to "Hal
molpo," a residence that had been built
for them across the street from the
irince, Albert first attended school at
Dr. GuUck's. Then he was sent to the
Roman Catholic College at Ahulmanu
and studied under the Khv. Father
Walsh. A few years later he was sent
by the Queen Dowager Kaiama to Eu-
! rope in care ot William Plluger, but
alter arriving at San Francisco the
Prince became discontented and home
sick and insisted upon returning here.
It was the wish of Kamehanieha lit
that the Prince should receive n Euro
pean education In the hope that lie
: would some day succeed to the throne.
I But Kalakaua.s election changed
all things for him and prevented him
from holding the scepter. He was with
out a doubt the heir presumptive to
. the throne of Hawaii.
Prince Albert.s mother was the chief
'ess Jane Lahllahl Kaeo (nee Young)
, the daughter of the high chiefess Kao-
anaeka and John Young, the latter one
of Kamehameha Firt's white advisers.
Through his father. Kamehameha III
Prince Albert Kukalllmoku Kuniakea
wns the grandson of Kamehanieha I
and his consort Queen Keopuolani.and
througli hi smother, the chiefess Jane
Lahllahl Kaeo (nee Young), Prince Al
berts great-grand-father was Prince
Kalaninulmalokuloku Kepookalanl Ke
alllmaikal, the brother of Kamehanieha
"During the regime of the Provisional
upYernmeni j-rince aioeri jvunuiaitea
had" a seat In the House of Representa
tives 6f Hawaii. .
THE PRODIGAL SON.
Tonight Mr. Muckley begins a series
of four sermons on The Prodigal Son,
subjects as follows: tonight "Leaving
Home;" Thursday night, "In tho Far
Country," Friday night, "Coming to
Himself;" Sunday night, "Returning
Home." All are Invited to hear this
series of sermons at tho Christian
Church Alnkea street, near King Ser
vices short beginning at 7 30 sharp.
OLLARS 2 FOR 25C.
nuaj ity you'll be around early.
Claudinc or W. G. Hall, at least once a week. It was offered by
Kaniho, who declared that many of the foreign steamer travelers
were not tax-payers whereas nearly all the island travelers Were.
Aylctj spoke in favor of the resolution and Kcalawaa favored
it with an amendment. He thought the band should start from
the .House and play all the way to the steamer, so that all might
hear it. Knudsen said there wasn't room for the band on the
island wharves and proposed referring the bill to the police com
mittee. Speaker Bccklcy said that he had cast the deciding vote two
years ago for the baud appropriation, under a promise that the
band should go once a year to Molokai. It had not gone yet, but
sinqc the beginning of the new session Kappclmeistcr Berget
had been making anxidus inquiries as to the best time togo.
' J AlteFOR ALASKA.
"(Continued from page i.)
cnese laborers for the canneries in Alaska. Th transportation of
the laborers is paid from tins place to the canneries. Other Jap
anese will try the new held ot labor, it is thought .
: o: -
The House morning session came to an end shortly after 12
o'clock noon today, wmi tne tnird reading of tlie bill providing for
the estaoiisninem 01 an agricultural college. 1 he bill was read in '
h-ngnsli only and tlie Hawaiian reading was left tor the aiternoon
session. X Here are a numuer ol meinuers who have amendments
to propose and there is hKcly to be a. good deal of discussion be
fore final passage.
Uiairnian w. W. Harris reported favorably the emergency ap
propriations bill, with amendments as .follows: "To add $13,000
tor improving Waiaiae road, !?70oo lor L,usitana road, $992 for
the September term of the Kauai Circuit Court, $(i2oo tor inci
dentals 111 the Attorney General s department and to deduct $25,
00 for expenses of lire claims, a separate act being before the
house for the latter. 1
Vida introduced a resolution providing for a committee to in
vestigate the value of Kahlii camp and report. The chair ap- .
pointed Vida, Kupihea and Gandall.
Vida also introduced his bill relating to Sunday laws. , .
Eleven bills which have passed the Senate were received from
that body and all were passed at once on first reading.
Chillingworth caljcd attention to the need of conference com
mittees and the Speaker said .that joint rules had not yet been
adopted and that the matter could be brought up with rules. A.
resolution was adopted asking the Speaker to appoint House
Nakalika introduced an act to amend section 132 of the penal
laws relating to larceny.
Andrade introduced acts relating to garnishment and an act to
prevent the adulteration of food and drugs' and both passed first
Kunialac introduced an act to appropriate money for ex-Queen
Liliuokalani, paying hen a pension of $7,500 per annum "during
.her life time." t - ' '
Kupil ica introduced an act to suppress vice, an act to establish
a bacteriological laboratory at Kalihi and provide for the office of
leprologist, an act to provide for control of the sewer system and
an act to prevent gambling, also an act relating to licensing of
Kupihea introduced a resolution calling upon the Health com
mittee to supply within five days a complete statement of all ex
penses, salaries and officers of the Board of Health for the past
two years. It went through with enthusiasm.
Kaniho offered a resolution to set aside $15,000 for the ex
Queen. Kcalawaa gave notice of . an act to amend the law re
garding Olaa reservation titles.
SIR CIIENTUNG COMES.
The new Chinese Minister, with a suit of sixty-one attendants,
is on his way to Washington. The high official is now on board,
of the Korea, according to the following cable, sent to Collector
Washington, D. C, March 10, 1903.
Extend courtesies to Sir Chentung Liang Cheng, Chinese Min
ister, anduite, sixty-one persons. Arrival per "Korea" which
left Hongkong twenty-seventh ultimo.
R. B. ARMSTRONG, Asst. Secretary.
PUBLICATION BY SUMMONS.
In the case of Kate Hottendorf vs. Henry Hottendorf, Judge
De Bolt this morning made an order authorizing the service of
divorce summons by publication, the libelee being absent from
the Territory and his whereabouts unknown; ,
DENGUE STOPS CASE.
Dengue fever and other ailments have made such attacks on tlie
litigants in the case of Frank Godfrey, trustee, vs. Helen Row
land, that a motion was filed this morning to postpone the case
for the term. E. B. MeClanahan was called to the coast by the
sudden illness of his wife, the defendant's so ill with dengue fever
that she cannot appear, and Mrs. E. M. Nakuina, one of the prin
cipal witnesses, is laid up with the same trouble, according to an
affidavit filed this morning.
Pur S. S. Alameda, March 11. for
San Francisco S, T. Alexander, W. M.
Alexander. H. Asatlma, Col. W. K.
Bodley, 11. G. R. Drown, O. T. Brown,
Mrs. A. L. Cutting. Miss A. Dellex, J.
II. Fox, D. L. Gllmoro and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Holtman, E. Horn, Ell John
sun and wife, Gardner Jones, O. K11-
waoka, F. Klamp. Mrs. Kerr and
daughter, Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Dr.
It. M. Mnlster. .Mrs. Mnrtiand, Dr. J.
Mr-Ivor TvudjH Mrs. James Molony
and Infant, A. Oka, Miss Ivy Richard
sun, 1 'ul S. Smith. W .D. Stevenson.
S. F. TliomiB. V. A. Vetlesen, K. Waln
nabc, V. 1J. Webster and wife, Miss K.
A. Wlckinan, 11. Yoneno;a, 11'. H.
Young and wife, MIhh M. Bradley.
Per S. S. Moatm. March 11, for Vic
toria and A'ancouver J. II. IJatchelor,
J. W. White. P. C. Jaeger, Miss A. L.
Fitzgerald, John Dawson, A. R. Gul
latson, H. A. Denhard. J. T. Green
wood, Mr. and Mrs. Flllner and tlnvo
rhlldren, Mr. and Mrs. Mortrez and
child, J. Landberg. Charles Hansen, R.
J. .Morgan and wife, L. St. Appcl, Mr.
and Mrs. Hawson, W. T. Williams,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Between Boards Sales: $3,000 Ewa
Bonds, $100.00, 25 Hawaiian Electric,
$85.00: 25 Hnwallan Electric $85.00.
Session Sales 5 Waialua, $35.00. ,
Quotations. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co (05.00
L. B. Kerr 50.00
Ewa 23.50 23.73
Hawaiian Agri 245.00 270.00
Hawaiian Com'l 43.00
Hawaiian Sugar 30.00
Hnnnkau 13.00 16.00
Kahuku 32.00 38. 60
Mcliryde 4.25 ' 4.R0
Oahu 103.00 107.50
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pcpeekeo 1C0. 00
Wnlalua Agri 55.00
Wilder S. S. Co 10.-..AO
Hon. Rapid Transit 02. 50
Haw. Govt. 6's 93.00
Hawaiian Gov't 97.60
Hon. Itapld Transit 6s..., 103.00
Oahu R. & L. Co Gs 101.50
Waialua Agrlcul., '6s
.Want ads In the Star bring aulck re-
ults. Three lines three times foi 25
NEW A DVEKTISKMKNTS
Lessee and Manager Mr. W. Iteule
Representative Mr. Arthur Seymour
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL FARCIAL
COMEDY OF MODERN TIMES.
' The L'idy of Ostend"
NEW, NOVEL. REFINED.
A Laugh From the Jump.
' Satukday, 14th Makuh
Tho Renowned Military Drama
A ROYAL DIVORCE "
Which has Created a Sensation Whore
Further-' announcements to follow.
Tariff and all other arrangements as
MKETIX(J NOTICE. '
MeBRYDE SUGAR CO., LTD.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of this 'company will be
held In the Assembly Hall, over the
ollleos of Messrs. Castle & Cooke Ltd.,
In Honolulu, on Thursday, 26th March,
1903. at 10 o'clock a. m.
The stock transfer books will be
closed between the 12th and 26th
F. M. SWANZY,
Treasurer, McUryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 10, 1903.
The New Era Hot I,
. Fort Street.
Between Vineyard and School.
WITH OR WITHOUT MEALS
The HONOLULU SOAP
WORKS are now putting
UI their BEST Number 1
SOAP in 50 pound Cases
family size at $2,25, per
box, delivered free to ev
ery part of the city. Full
cases 100 pounds will bo
delivered nt $4.25.
For all empty boxes re
turned In good, clean con
dition, 10 and 20 cents will
Every Family in the
Islands should have a
case of Soap at this price.
The best Soap made for
the Kitchen and Laun
dry. Try a case. It Is
cheaper than buying by
Order from the Agents,
.'. Queen Street. :!
Hawai 's Live Volcano
All About a ,
RICH ARDH,TRENT,Gen. Agent
Corner Fort tnd Merchant streets.
Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents.
The Expert Dcntisti? for Honest Work at
Low Prices. The largest ond ii'ost
complete offices in the city. Try Them.
215 Hotel Sxrcct oil Union, In front ot Younjr Building.
Financial Article No. 5
We Interfere with other (lnnnclal In
stitutions Is the question often asked.
Wu do not, as the system of loaning
by us Is strictly Installment loaning
which the banks and private money
lenders do not care about doing. Our
money is placed on ireoplc's homes and
business places repayable part Inter
est and part principal each month un
til the loan Is fully paid off. Wu otter
speclul InduccmcntM to the small In
vestor In this financial instltuton, ana
centralize small monthly payments
from a large number of people who
probably have never aved to amount
to anything before. The large sums
that we receive aro from capitalists
who are tired of malting Hat loans and
worrying with tlie bother and trouble
of selling out the security which would
come back to them and are satisfied
that to have their money managed by
experienced financiers who guarantee!
them against loss Is much better than
investing their own money. Nu
money deposited with us can bo
withdrawn within one year, for that
reason our proposition applies to peo
ple who have made up their minds to
deposit for a certain number of .years
if possible, and who would not on ac
count of small Jnterest rates offered on
call money, deposit with any regu
larity through other sources. Tho
above sentence Is not intended to con
vey tlie meaning that lutei-cst on de
posits for call money should be large.
In fact, the banks are paying today a.
very liberal rate for money subject to
call, and It would k hazardous for
them to pay larger' rates. The question
for today to answer as per one of our
former articles, Is Why do you pay
larger rates of dividends than other
financial institutions do?
First You nre n. stockholder in this
institution Just the 'same as if' you
,were a stockholder In any other finan
cial institution, and consequently got
your full proportltin of profits, accord
ing to the stock carried.
Second We loan 'money on install
ments, thereby getting thv use of the
money one-half over again.
Third A premium la placed upon
persistency by exaciing from the with
drawing member suflleient for his por
tion ot expenses and a,MJ certain
portion of his profits.
Fourth We compound and hundlo
Fifth In case of stringent times
the profits from withdrawals are added
to the ones who stay through.
Sixth In ease of good times the ex
panding of business produces n larger
Held for loans, which enables us to put
out paid up stock through our direct
ors and other large financiers, and
guarantee a rate of stx per cent. Tho
difference between the wild six per
cent and tho dividend rate of tho
company (less small pio rata of ex
penses) is turned Into the Installment
Wouldn't you like to have your mon
ey operaieu ny inc sum 01 mm oiiemi-
ed by the men ueiow, wno are me di
rectors and managers 01 trie unoenix:
Savings, Building-and I;ojw Associa
Financial Article No.
It shows consei vatism in a bank, to pay,
low rates of liitTost, why is 1't that''
the Phoenix is such a safe Institution
and pays such high dlyldends? This
seeniR to be the "sticking" point with'
a great many prospective building and,
loan investors, but we do not blame
them, as they hnVe , never hud tho
building and loan 'System properly ex
plained to them, (ir1 have never given
It as much thought as lliey have their
other ordinary affairs.
Ranks have a great dtlil of their
money subject to call, and have to, for
this reason, make short term loans,
with their money. or interest nil due
at one time. You oin draw your
deposits out whetfever ydu want. On
the contrary, the Phoenix makes noth
ing but long term Installment loans,
not repayable under a year, and they
can run as long as ten; consequently,
these loans, being repayable in month
ly payments of principal and Interest,
they receive sulllclcnt csich month t(
pay all withdrawing members and
make what good loans come to them.
The certificate of Investment stock
being distributed among a largo
number of people and all due at
different times, puts it in a safe po
sition while, If all the money was duo
at one and the same time, it would bo
less feasible. '
As to the iirollt feature, these saino .
monthly Installment give the Phoe
nix an opportunity of handling Ita
money half over again. In other
words, If the Phoenix had loans at S
per cent, the handling of the money
over again will produce a profit of 4
per cent additional to pay stockhold
ers, and would not have worked a.
hardship upon the borrower, who Is
getting rid of his debt Id easy month
ly Installments, the same is rent. On
the contrary, tho flat loans made by
banks nnd Individuals receive their
Interest on money weifd-unumilly or nn
nually, and are not Jn u position to re
place it on loans if they receive
monthly Installments aw vyo do.
Another safety feature is tlie prem
ium placed upon persistency. In oth
er words, the man that withdraws pays
his proportion of the expenses nnd it
stated portion of his prollts If he with
drawn before his contract tormlnatorf1.
Fort St., Judd Rullding, Ground Floor.
Robert Slaughter, General AgonU
DIRECTORS. ' '
A. A. Wntklns, Vice-President W. "VV.
Montague & Co. ,' C,
Charles R. Bishop (lato of Honolulu)
S. Prentiss Smith, lato Asst. Cashier
Dank of California, S. P.
Geo. C. Hoardmnn, Director San Ifrsn-
elsco Savings Union.
Charles E. Ladd, of Ladd & Tllton.
Hankers, Portland, Ore. ,t
Gavin McNab, Attojney at Lawjf-