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HAWAIIAN STAR. PIIIDAY, APRIL 3, 190 J. iRVRK Positive Test of Purify a recent examination by the gov ernment chemist of six of the most popular botfrs sold In Honolulu, tho only one found pure and free from pre servative acids was Primo Lager If your dealer does not carry It order a case direct from the brewery. Tel. Main 341. Just Opened New Line of Spring Shirts, Belts and Ties 9 09 k:. xsoshima, NO. SO KINO ST. NEAR E-THEL. Tim flew PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES DEPARTMENT: Now open for Inspection. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT: Gools now being placed. TINWARE, BASKET WARE AND AGATEWARE DE PART HENT: tloD-la now being placed. Don't buv wlt.uut seeing out goods and prices. LEWIS & CO,, LTD. The Lewers & Cooke Building. 1C9 KING STREET. 2102 Telephones 240. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers And Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Corner of Fort and Queen Sts. c, 6 CO,, LIMITED QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU H. T. ...AGENTS FOll... Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono nea 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 Underwrlt- ST0. Agents Philadelphia Board of Underwriters. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Robertson. .V-Prea. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop. ...Treas. & Sec'y. W. F. Allen Auditor. P. C. Jones Director. H. Waterhouse Director. C. R. Carter Director. All of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CD'S TIME TABLE FROM AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1901 TRAINf, STATIONS. (Outward) Honolulu ... Pearl City... Ewn Mill .. Kahuku-. STATIONS. (Inward) Dally Dally ex. Sun. D.ly ex.Sun D'lr A.M. A.M. A.M. r.U. 7:10 9:16 8:0:1 9:48 8:33 10:0!. 10:50 11:65 11:05 11:40 12:00 3:15 8:47 4.-05 4:45 5:40 0;16 D'ly P.M. 5:10 5:60 8:10 Ka)rakn Walalua.... Walanao... Ewa Mill Pearl City.. JTwnoIuln... Dally ex. Sun. D'ly D'ly D'ly A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. 6:35 .... 2:08 0:10 .... 2:60 7!l0 3:5R ... 5:50 7:45 1.05 4:33 8:15 8.-03 i:so 4:kj ... 6:10 8:35 2:05 6:2(1 The Night ' Blooming Cereus Would make a beautiful wall paper design yet we have In our new Spring stock, patterns Just as handsome. If you will change that paper now on your walls for new, come and see what we have to show you I i I HE, LIMITED NEW STORE 77 South King St. W YOKOHAMA SPECIE BAM LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Ten 24,000,00 Paid Up Capital Ten 18,000,000 Reserved Fund Ten 8,910,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. The Bank buys and receives for col lecMJn Bills of Exchange, Issues ' ,.-nft and Letters of Credit, an transacts general bankng business. INTEREST ALLOW -D: pet On fixed deposits for 12 month, cent per annum. On fixed deposits for C months, SV& pei cent per annum. On fixed deposits for X montlin, t per cent per annum. Branch of the Yokohama Specie Biuk Kew ReptibliG Bnilfline. Honolnlu- H I 3L b r 3i i" MS. vat. -, m IE Ri I. 3 L nm-c tc H h -to 3UlU k ill! ic & k-c-c I- IC It i -cm b if HtO to z8 3? b CO b 1 ft) f z X 1 n'S i m T i & 7 b a it 5 b i: 55! m L X a. P.DXNIBOM, (nperlntendent. Y n 1' . Qn. Pass. A Tkt.Airt I ad A bargain. Twenty-five ents pays for a Want t-TELEBMPH TRUST NOW THE WESTERN' I'MoX AND POSTAL COMPANIES ARE TO T.E AHSORHED BY AMERICAN TELE PHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY LATTER INCREASES ITS CAPITAL STOCK $250,000,000. CHICAGO, March 24. The consolidation of all the telegraph and telephone companies of the United States is-under serious consideration. The report is that the Postal and Western Union will be absorbed by the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. It is a coincidence that the directors of the American Com pany have proposed an increase in capital stock of $250,000,000, and a special meeting of stockholders has been called for March 31st for the purpose of voting upon the proposition. The Ameri can is now a large company, but the enormous enlargement of capital cannot be accounted for except on a basis which fits cur rent reports. Technically, before the increase can be made, au thority must be obtained from the New York Legislature. The original amount of the company's capital was $12,000,000. The funded debt is $38,000,000. Previous to 1900 the American Telephone and, Telegraph Company owned only the long-distance lines of the American Bety Telephone, but at the annual meeting of the Bell Company in March of 1900 a proposition was voted on and carried to trans fer the real estate and other property of the Bell Company to the American and to distribute the shares of the latter to the amount of $200 in exchange for each $100 of the outstanding American Bell stock. The American has been a dangerous competitor to both the Western Union and Postal companies for some years in the way of private leased wires, which is the cream of the telegraph trade, for, while the line is in use at remunerative rental during ex change hours, the companies have the privilege of using the wires from, say, 4 o'clock on until the next morning. :o: OEM TELL, OF LIFE IN HAWAII Sterling The Pain tr HAS ADDED TO HIS PAINT SHOP A LARGE STOCK OP ''W'slII Paper Also an experienced Paper Hanger as salesman who will be pleased to give Information about paper hanging and decorating. Competent Paper Hang, rs employed and always on hand. REASONABLE PRICES. Same Old Stand Union Street the rebels holding their own and the government forces being compelled to retire. Foreign Minister Sanchez and other members of the government have taken refuge In the United States Con sulate. Stores are closed and business Is at a standstill. WILL WORK OUT REFORM. Associated Press, Morning Service. CONSTANTINOPLE, ApHl 2. As surances ha'Hj? been given that the Powers will not Interfere with the Sul tan In working out his promised re forms. The situation In the Balkans is exeremely critical and larger forces have been sent forward to strengthen the Turkish lines. The carrying out of the reforms nnd the pacification of Macedonia will test the strength of the Porte. The San Francisco Bulletin of March 24, says: Those jolly Bohemians, J. C. Wilson and Billv Barton, are back from Honolulu. They came home this morning on the steamer Ventura, after a month of fun and frivolity in the home of the missionary and the hula-hula. When they left here last monj,h thev confided to their friends that they intended "to do" the islands thoroughly to visit the volcanoes and the sugar plantations, and even the leper settle men. But tell it in a whisper they never got beyond Hono lulu. f "When we arrived at the Islands," explained Wilson this morn ing, "we went direct to the Hawaiian Hotel. We intended to move on after a day or two, but, believe me, they wouldn't let us. Every other man there seemed to know cither Barton or me, and one and all insisted on offering us entertainment. One day it was a dinner at the hotel, the next at the Pacific Club. Between the two places we were kept in a whirlwind of fun.- Now and again we got an inning, and before we left we worked off all the prise boliemian jokes, some of them very old. With these old ones, though, we did not get along as well as we expected. They got there before us. The fact is the Islands are too modern. Why, ' Barton couldn't even work off those "razzle-dazzle stunts" of. his! The boys had heard them before and we thought they had never got beyond the Bohemian Club. "But we got even before we came away. We gave the bunch a genuine Bohemian dinner. The decorations were all in red, and we made it as near one of our big club affairs as we could. The only trouble we had was in getting flowers. The best they have done there do not compare with our worst. Their carna tions are not as big as dimes, and their roses are not worth the name. One basket of our roses would smother the whole floral display of the Islands. , "To me the great natural resources seemed to be spiders and centipedes. The first night we were there we had a battle with a spider as big as my fist. Barton found him in his room. He call ed me to his aid, and after a general charge on Mr, Spider we killed him with a shoe. A few nights later 1 had a thrilling expe rience with a centipede. I was going to sleep, my mind full of the hula-hula, when 1 felt a crawling and a scraping along my breastbone. I shouted for Barton. "There is a snake doing stunts over my heart; come and kill him.' "Barton shouted back that I had 'em, but when I yelled a sec ond time he came on the run. He turned on tho lights and pulled down the coverlid, and there was a centipede fully five inches long, dragging his weary length toward my chin,. Barton swept the reptile to the fioor and then jumped away, only to come down on its .head. "We bottled that centipede in gin then and there, and I've got him with me now to prove to the doubters what a narrow escape I had. "Between our dinners we covered the city of Honolulu pretty thoroughly. W'e saw all the sights the hula-hulas anil the sa loons, the churches, and principally the ,hula-hulas. We went out to the Punch Bowl, for we felt that no true Bohemian could afford to miss that, and made a dozen or more trips in surf boats. Surf riding is great spot. We recommend it to all travelers. It beats shooting the chutes. "When we left all the good fellows we had met came down to the dock to see us off. They had a brass band, and I tell you they made it lively for us. They simply loaded us with leis, which is a kind of flower, not something to drink. "When the steamer pulled out into the stream we were really sorry to leave. We had too good a time to give it up without regret. 1 Iowevcr, we determined to satisfy ourselves by recom mending Honolulu to all our friends. It's just the place to spend a vacation just the place for a rollicking good time." On the voyage to San Francisco Wilson and Barton spent a good part of their time entertaining their fellow travelers. They found the passengers from Australia not so modern as the people of Honolulu and succeeded in working off all the "chestnuts" that were too much for the Ilawaiians. When the steamer dock ed, Wilson declares Barton was doing his razzle-dazzle act for the fifth time since leaving the Islands. 'AWAWWiV.WiVAWJVAViV.ViVAWi V.V.VWW.O CZAR POSTPONES HIS TRIP. Associated Press. Morning Service. ST. PETERSBURG, April 2. The Czar has Indefinitely postponed his trip to Rome. The activity of the nnar chlsts there has caused his change of program. Twenty-five cents pays for a "Want ad In the Star. A bargain. A Bargain. Soft, Silky Hair MAY UK POSSESSED IIT ANY PERSON THAT WILL, TAKE THE TROUHLE TO KEEP IT CLEAN AND HEALTHY. Pacheco's Dandruff Killer PERFORMS THIS MISSION AND PERFORMS IT WELL. SOLD HY ALL DRUOGISTS AND AT THE UNION UAU UER SHOP. TEL. MAIN 232. A fine large Building lot on tho slopes of Punchbowl graded and ter raced, and commanding a beautiful view of Diamond Head and the sea, Is offered for sale at a bargain. The place Is high nnd dry, yet not two min utes distance from the Rapid Transit cars. Just the place for a homo out of town as far ns dust and smoke aro concerned, yet within such an easy distance that a man could have plenty of time to go homo to lunch. Anyone Interested can liave full par ticulars at this office. Sturtevuit Drug Co., PURITY' 160 Hotel Street Oregon Block TELEPHONE MAIN 151. Sweep m This means you can buy Remnants at little cost. Come and look them over. LAWNS, SWISSES, DIMITIES, PER CALES, EMBROIDERIES and LACES. Remember this sale begins Wednesday, April 1st . E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD., VOTIT STREET ALEX. MACKINTOSH DEAD. WAIMEA, Hawaii. April 2. Alexan der St. Mnrtln Mackintosh, son of the Itov. Alexander Mackintosh of Hono lulu, was found dead In his bed at Akona's Ilotel here this afternoon. A coroner's Jury was Impanelled and viewed the body and Is now (C p. in.) considering tho matter. A. St. M. Mackintosh wis In his thirtieth year. Ho was horn In Hono. lulu Nov. 15, 18T3. Ho pursued his studies there until ho was sent to En gland where he lltted for the Navy. He did not enter tho service however though he served for a couple of years In the Britannia. He was for some time In business In Portland, Ore., and then in 1S91 returned to, Honolulu. He was n clerk in the Foreign Olllce until 1S0. He then entered the olllce of his uncle, the Hon. Cecil Drown. He ic mained until tho fall of 1000 when he w ?nt to the Coast and a year ago vwnt to Hawaii since which time he has been at tho Humuula sheep station. I TltOUHLE IN HAYTI. Associated Press, Morning Service. I ('APE HAYTIEN. April 2. Tho situ ation In Santo Domingo Is exceedingly critical. There has been constant lighting there since March 23rd, when I the rebels took possession of the city after hard lighting. United States marines have been landed to defend I tho consulate und refugees nnd are now i on guard about the consulate. The i rebels still hold this port though the I government forces under President Vasquez, who was absent when the re I volution broke out, nre pressing them I hard upon every opportunity. In a I battle which took place today between 1 the forces ISO were killed and wounded DOES THE BUSINESS A Three-Line Advertisement (18 words) will bo ineerted in the STAR'S classified columns for 25 cents. Each additional line at the rato of 10c. extra. ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS OF THE STAR BRING QUICK AND SURE RESULTS. If it 'is help wanted, or house for rent, or boarding, 25 cents covers tho investment.