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a clasonable Suggestion TRIMO LAOER IS.jAL.WUYS IN ' SEASON. IT IS WARRANTED TO KNOCK OUT THAT TIRED FEELING. For Sale By All n STRAW HATS. FELT HATS, UNDERWEAR, SOCKS. MEN'S FUR NISHING GOODS, ETC., WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ESPECIALLY IFOR CLOSING OUT THE LINE OF OVER-SHIRTS, THEY WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST. DON'T iMISS THE' OPPORTUNITY TO GET CHEAP SHIRTS. re:. xsosraiAdCA, NO. 30 KING ST. NEAR E-THEL. yss. Human Hair Like delicate plants, requires care ful attention; If your hair Is falling off you should use Pacheco's Dandruff Killer It restores the decaying hair roots and keeps It healthful. Sold by nil Druggists and at the ytTnlon Barber Shop, Tel. Main 232. C. lEWEfl & CO,, LIMITED OUEEN STREET. ' HONOLULU H. T. ...AGENTS FOR... HftwnHfln Atrrfrillfjlrnl PnmTinnv Cmn inea Sugar Company, HonOmu Sugar company, wauuKu sugar company, Ookala Surnir" Plantation Pnmnnnv Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Kancn. Planters' Line Shipping Company. Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton P kets. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Robertson.. "V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop.. ..Treas. & Sec'y. W. F. Allen Auditor P. C. Jones Director H. Waterhouse Director G R. Carter Director AH of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. Stnrtenit Drag Co., 160 Hotel Street - - Oregon Block TELEPHONE MAIN 151. A Bargain. A fine large Building lot on the slopes of Punchbowl graded and ter raced, and commanding a beautiful vtew of Diamond Head and the sea, Is offered for sale at a bargain. The place Is high and dry, yet not two min utes distance from the Rapid Transit cars. Just the place for a home out of town as far as dust and smoke are concerned, yet within such an easy distance that a man could have plenty of time to go home to lunch. ' Anyone Interested can have full par ticulars at this office. ' i , P, O. Box 16 Phone Blue S3S. WINO SANG- CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries ard Fresh Fruits. Commission Merchants. 49 Hotel Street. Honolulu, H. T. Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents. v4 ' PURITY Liquor Dealers Begining May 2 Eor Only 3 Weeks Casseroles Are made of what Is known as French fire proof ware. A heavy por celain. Look in your cook books you'll see what they are for. Cooking eggs, meats, vegetables, pates, just the thing. Ramekins in Dresden and White China. For fancy cookery Just the thing. You surely want some. A dozen or so for dainty luncheons and suppers. Some covered with handles some not. These are. especially nice for entree dishes. The only assortment in the city. LEWIS & GO., LTD. The Lewers & Cooke Building. 1C9 KING STREET. 2402 Telephones 210. THE YOKOHAMA SPEGIE BANK LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yen 24,000,009 Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000 Reserve Fund Yen 9,000,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. The Bank buys and receives for col iec".m Bills of Exchange, Issue ' , aft and Letters of Credit, an transacts a general bankng business. INTEREST ALLOW -Ds On fixed deposits for 12 Month, J pei cent per annum. On fixed deposits for months, VJ -yet cent per annum. On fixed deposits for I monthti, 1 pnr cent per annum. Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank. Hew RepnMic Bail JiDe. Honolnln B I. a IE K L X 3 w zc b ffi m 3 sr m i if ma 1 trw - i m 7 I" s k n b 9 b b II SB . at m L : X a fttrm K H & kxx fit w a 5 i& K Z It i xm b in mm a iiu r fig y , T Hirose Shoten, Removed to corner of Nuuanu and Beretanla streets. In addition to JAPANESE PROVI SIONS and ,DR YGOODS a wholesale LIQUOR department has been opened. Tel. White 1721 P. O. Box S8& Twenty-five cents paya for a Want ad In the Star. A bargain. , GAMBLERS TBI Tfl RRinr PFTFfTC I U UIIIUL I L I LIIU AN OFFER OF FIFTEEN Hl'NDKBD A WEEK Foil FOCR I'AKA IMO GAMES, Fifteen handled dollars a Week to nl- ldw four puka plo bnnks to iuii wus offered to Dep'ity Attorney Genernl E, C. Peters yesterday afternoon In the hearing of Attorney General Andrews und A. P. Tnylor, concealed as witness- es. The latter took n stenographic re- cord of a lengthy discussion ot the terms of the proposed bribe, and ut the end of the conversation Tong Kal, the man who made the offer, was placed under arrest for nttempted bribery. The meeting with Tong Kal was ar- ranged by Peters on Saturday after- had declaied war on all British ship noon, after he had been sounded as to ping led to the discovery of the Infernal his readiness to accept a bribe and the machine. sum of $2,000 a week had been men- tioned. The money was to be put up j SESSION OF CONGRESS, by a hul of gamblers. With the wit- f Associated Press, Morning Service, nesses concealed In a cabinet In the at- DENVER, Colorado. May 9. Con- lorney general's olllce, reters met ions Kal and a Hawaiian interpreter at five o'clock yesterday afternoon, and the negotiations were carried on, in part as follows: Peters: What does he (Tung Kal) want to do now? Agent: Out proposition Is this: that we pay the money to you and ou fix the Attorney-General. Money talks. No bond business In this. The prop- oslt ion In this that they want about a week to talk it over. Peters: What does he want nou ' Agent: He wants four oanks and will pay $1,500 per week to you to run them. Peters: $1,500? Agent-: Yes, per week. Peters: What Is his name? Acpnt Phiin Fun (the Chinaman gave his name at the police station as ' PRINCETON, New Jersey, May 9. Tong Kai.) I Ex-President Cleveland has written a Peters. Who Is going to run the letter In which he declares that his . banks? nomination for the Presidency by the Agent: On Tuesday he will have the Democratic party would. not be deslr llsts of names made out and will show able. This, It is thought, will put an them to you so you can look them up. end to the third term talk. i We want everything private and quiet. In case the High Sheriff arrests any of , CZOLGOZ GOa FREE. them we won't say a word, but let it Associated Press, Morning Service. go up to you. j ixS ANGELES, Cal., Slay 9. The Peters: Are you prepared to pay any- ' brother of Czolgosz, the man who kill thing on account today? i ed President .dcKinley, arrested In this Agent: Well, Mr. Peters, a spoon as city just pr'ior t0 the arrival of Presl I can report to the others, then, of jent Roosevelt, has been released from course, the money will be turned over custody by the police. i to you. In regard to the money, I haven't any with me. I was Just sent THE PLAGUE IN CALLAO. here today to see Mr. Peters and un- derstand Just how matters are to be ar ranged. I was a little afraid to come here today but I was persuaded it was all right. Peters: When are yo. ugolng to make the first payment? Agent: I cannot tell you hte day, but It is this week Just as soon as we are ready. He says If we malte a sue cess of paka plo, they will go into fan tan, che fa and run other gambling houes. They only want paka plo the first time. Peters. I want to know a definite time when this man Is going to pay this money? ' Agent. Between now and Thursday. The Chinese are scared now since that rajd. They got their lingers burnt then it wna nil horansp the navment of the former money was mismanaged. Peters. This man belonged to the old bank that was raided? Agent. I had an interest in It, but I have nothing to say in it. Agent: For four banks we formerly Dald $1300. for five banks $1,600 and six banks $2000. I don't know how they j fixed It. This Is my first "experience. Peters. Who is going to pay me the Agent. It will be paid by -hoever you think is all right. If you have any faith In Mr. or me. why the money? money will bo brought right'up here to JPeters. When will the first payment' FIRE IN OTTAWA. 'be made? Associated Press, Morning Service. Agent. At our meeting"lait night we OTTAWA, Canada, 'May 10. Fire agreed that wo would prefer to pay Swept a portion of the city today, after the banks are opened up that Is Hundreds of nouses were burned to the we open on Saturday next, nd we ground, and over six hundred families would pay you the next Saturday. i are homeless. Relief Is being sent here According to a prearranged program from neighboring cities. It is believed Peters rose and remnrked that he had that the lire was started by an incendl to go to the telephone and then An- ary. drews and Taylor came from their , hiding places and Peters placed Tong JUDGE 'IDE'S REPORT. Kal under arrest. He was booked at' Aoanninted Press. Morning Service. tne station ror attempted onoery. POET OF THE SIERRAS. Associated Press, Morning Service. OAKLA'ND. Cal., iMay 10. It is re ported that Joaquin Miller Is dead. ' VOLCANO AGAIN IN ERUPTION. Associated Press, Morning Service. CITY .OF MEXICO, Mexico May 10. Collina volcano Is again In violent eruption and Is throwing ashes, rocks, and lava over a great area of country surrounding It. There are many Small villages close to Collina, and these are being deserted. PRESIDENT AT DEL MONTE. Associated Press, Morning .Service. DEL 'MONTE, California, 'May 10, President Roosevelt and his party spent the day here. But one more day I now remains before the President's ar- j rival in San Francisco, and as the cele- : bratlon tnere will be a very general one the '."resident and his party, were glad to take advantage of a seaside rent. BAND CONCERT. The Territorial Hand under the direc tion of Captain Uerger, will play at Emma Square this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The following Is the program: PART 1. Overture, "Poet and Peasant".... Suppe Cornet Solo, "Sea Flower" (by re quest) Rolllnson Grand Selection, "ifTrovn tore".. .Verdi Vocal Selections: (a) "Ko Leo," (b) "Mlllhal Pua." Miss J. Kelllaa. (c) "Ka Inuwal," (d) "Kuwiliwill Iho Au." Mrs, N. Alapal. PART II. Variations, "My Old Kentucky Home." Dalbey E-ntre-Act, "Alvanlan" (by request). Thiers Fantasia, ".Springtime," (by nwiueat). . WaJdteufel March, "Crole 'Belles" (by lequest).. Lttmpe "Star 'Spangled 'Banner." Want ad Injgtar. cost tjui,30 ce, SPANISH I.SMUXTA HURT. I Aam..rti.i I iMt, iur,...,a ' juAUKiIj, Hpnin, May . i n infanta IwiMllH niie iimnn io.4 m, iroin i?ir.,rr.r:tjsr ine mwiin, 1 lntanta jaolia an aunt of tht King. She is now over fitly yurs of nge und is the widow of Ontun, Count a, airgenti. She hut li a retired 1IM Bl"fe the death of hw hustmnu In 171. ATTEJIl'T TO 'inMJp"sTKAAIHU. ' 'Associated Pien, Morning Sivlcc. I NEW YORK, .Mny , An Infernal muchlne contulnlng one hundred1 pounds of dynamite, enough to have blown the vessel to atoms, has been ' found among the freight booked for shfpmor.t on the cunnrd .liner Umbrla. The machine was set so that It would 1 have exploded thlrty-alx hours after the steamer left port, so 'that the denth of every soul on board would have been ' pssured. 1 A letter received by the police con-! taining the information that the Mafia I gresBman Kamsdell, who Is In this city on business, says that there will be an extra session of Congress called In November to consider legislation with reference to the new Cuban reciprocity treaty, the Senate having passed the matter up to the House by making ,,,, .. ..;,,,.,, effectlveness of that conVentlon, and lkewlse to consI(ler the propo8ed Te- (luctlon In the Philippine tariff 0 as to , American the best ot In trade relations with the Asiatic possessions. . HAVANA, Cuba, May 9. There is the gravest dissatisfaction here be cause action on the Cuban reciprocity treaty has been retarded. CLEVELAND NOT A CANDIDATE. . Associated Press, Morning Service. , Ass(Jelated presSi jinmlng Service. I CALLAO, May 9. Five new cases of bubonic plague were reported today, i ACCEPTS RUSSIAN ASSURANCES. Associated Press, Morning Service. WASHINGTON, D. C. May 9. The statement is made In a high quarter that there will be no Immediate neces- sity for diplomatic action Dy the Wash- Ington government with relation to Manchuria, tne situation ir.ere imvu.b improved greatly within the past twen- ty-four hours. The assertion of Count Casslnl. namely that Russia has not I violated a single pledge there but has acted throughout in self-defense In dealing with the situation In Cnina Is accepted here as perrecuj sincere, unu as a consequence there has been a considerable lessening of the tension. OUTBREAKS ONCE MOKE. Associated Press, Morning Service. wisiiuv 1" J, ."; to the suspension of reforms In Albania and Macedonia, further outbreaks are reported. LOAN OVERSUBSCRIBED. Associated Press, Mo 'Service LONDON, May 9.-The T n- vaal loan has been over-subscribed six . millions of pounds sterling. WASHINGTON. D. C. May 10-Judge Henry C Ide, a member of the Phlllp nino I'limmfMHlon. has nresented a re port, In which 'he makes some radical statements anu resommenuuuuiis con cerning the future of the Philippines. .He declares that the ownership of a very large area of lands by the Friars in the Philippines constitutes a worse danger to the country thin landlordism has in the past in Ireland. CHOLERA INCREASING. Associated Press. Morning Service. 'MANILA, May 1C Cholera Is on the increase throughout the Island of Lu zon. Army transports bound for San Fran cisco have been placed In quarantine here. Although the cholera situation is oau, the constabulary have been very suc- cessful In coping with tne jaurone bands during the past few days and the military situation Is regarded as greatly Improved, It is estimated that 100,000 natives died of cholera fn the various Islands of the Philippines durinv; the epidemic that raged there last year. j VACATION HOUSE. The Y. W. C. A. Wahiawa fund has now grown to more than $75u, and there still remains $150 to be donated to the whole fund of $1,000. Work on the building of the summer home at Wa- hlawa will begin shortly, and all those who are assisting In the raising of the fund are asked to report results as soon as possible to the secretary. Fur niture of various kinds, dining room appurtenances nnd kitchen utensils are needed, and this will be n good time to clean out attics, an Incentive to be lib eral under the circumstances. The secretary will send a wagon on Thurs day to places where furniture can be obtained, If notice Is left at the Y. W. C. A. rooms. RAIDED AN OKOLEHAO STILL. Deputy High, Sheriff Chllllngworth raided an okqlehao still In iJIanoa val ley Sunday night. Muramoto, the al leged proprietor, was also captured. Want ads .-In Star lost but23 cents. 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 Hang.rs employed and always on hand. REASONABLE PRICES. Same Old Stand DIED. ANDREWS At his residence In Kal mukl, May 9, 1903, Dr. George P. An drews, aged 63 years and 1 month. He was born at Kallua on the Island of Hawaii, April 9, 1S38. His father, Seth L. Andrews, was one of thtJ seventh reinforcement of the Ameri can mission, which arrived in Hono lulu In April 1837. He was at oncu stationed at Kallua, where, im.l at lohalnaluna, hi remained with his family till 1849, when falling .health compelled his withdrawal fr5m the Mission, and they returned to the "" 'V "a ''V; r.. United States, where the family was'4,0 said Probate Court, and a Petltloa educated. Dr. George P. Andrews re-, for the Probate thereof, and for the to celved most ot his college training at1 T6"nn.c.e ,, If Iters Testamentary to the Michigan State University, at Ann ?ull9t ,JJont1n?Iu" At'ierton haying Arbor. Thence he went to New York fllea l,y Jette Montague Ather- Clty, and entering the College of Phy- slclans and Surgeons, graduated with honors. Establishing himself in De troit, he soon built up a large and Important practice, and easily be came the leading physician of the city. He also established a wide reputation for learning In other lines. Ill health brought him out to the isl ands about fifteen years ago and finding the climate beneficial, he re turned aid eventually wound up his affairs In Detroit, and came back to Hawaii with his family and settled here. Continued HI health prevented his taking the professional position here to which his ability entitled nim. Many will testify to his good work ns a doctor, and all who knew him unite In pleasant remembrance of his social and Intellectual qualities. Dr. An drews leaves a widow and a daughter Winifred. Dr. Myers was his brother-in-law. GRIMSTON Mrs. Helen, at Paaullo, Aged C" years, beloved mother of Mrs. Stevens of Ilanlwal, AValklkl, and Mrs. A. R. Askew of Pnaullo. RODR1GUKS In Honolulu, Hawaii, May 9, 1903, Joaquin A. Rodrlgues. a native of these Islands, nged 24 years, an employe ot the Von Hamm Young Company. The fimeral was held Sunday. The Interment was In the Catholic Cemetery, King street. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. The engagement is announced of Miss Carolyn B. Gaylord and D. L.. Van Dine jJoth were students at Cornell Unlver- Sty at the same time. Mr. Van Dine s entomologist sfor the United States Agricultural Experiment station. The marriage will take place In the sum- mer. SISAL FOR LANAI. Charles Gay who owns almost the whole of the Island of Lanal, Is eon ducting a series of tests to determine whether sisal can be successfully and tests prove satisfactory, he will engage cultivation ot sisal on a large scale lnd w,u erec(. necesaay j machinery to prepare the crop for mar ket. y A UTHORIT AJ X IX U XJJ.U1U X A TERRITORY OF HAWAII. Treasurer's Olllce. Honolulu, Oahu, May 1st, 1903. Holders of HAWAIIAN GOVERN MENT BONDS of the following dates and denominations are hereby notified that on and after maturity of the next coupon, during the month of July, 1903, Interest will cease. The Principal ot said Bonds will be paid on presentation at the next due date of the coupon. Stock A Bond No. 116, dated July 1st, 1S97, for $1,000 1,000 us, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 121, 125, 120, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 131, 133, 13G, 137, 138, 139, HO, HI. H2, 143, 144, 145, 140, 147. 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 151, 153, J,ooo 1.000 1.0C0 1,000 1,000 1,000 l.oqp 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.001 1.0 J) 1.000 i Total $40,000 ; , r aT"n. KEPOIKAI. Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii. The Painter Union Street LEGAL NOTICES. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKH First Circuit Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph Ballard Atherton late of 'Honolulu, Oahu. Order for Notice of Hearing Petltloa for Probate of Will. A document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Joseph Ballard Ainerion ucceaseu, naviiig on xne (in ton. It is hereby ordered, that Monday, the 8th day of June A. D. 1903 at 10 o'clock, a. in., of said day, at the court room of said court, nt Honolulu, Oahu be and the- same hereby Is appointed the time and place for proving said will and hearing said application. It Is further ordered that notice there of be given, by publication, once a week for four successive weeks, In the Ha waiian Star a newspaper published In Honolulu, the last publication to bo not less than ten days previous to tho time therein appointed for hearrlng. Dated at Honolulu, April 27, 1903. W. J. ROBINbON, Third Judge First Circuit Court. D. H. Case, attorney for Petitioner. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE! First Circuit Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers in Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Christian Frederic Wolfe, late of Honolulu, Oa hu. deceased. Order for Notice of Hearing Petition for probate of Will. A document purporting to be the Laat Will and Testament of Christian Fre deric Wolfe, late of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, having on the ISth day of April A. D. 1S03 been presented to said Probate Court, and a petition for tho Probate thereof, and for the Issuance of Letters Testamentary to Nlnn G. Wolfe, of said Honolulu having been filed by said Nina G. Wolfe. it Is hereby ordered, that M&nday, tho 25th day ot May A. D. 1E03 at 10 o'clock; a. m., of said day, at the Court Room of- said Court nt Honolulu, Oahu, ba and the same hereby is appointed tho time and place for proving said Will and hearing said application. It is further ordered, that notlcs thereof be given by publication, once a week for three successive weeks, In tho Hawaiian Star, a newspaper published, in Honolulu, the last publication to bo not less than ten tlayH previous to. tho time therein appointed for hearing. Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, April 20, 1603. GEO. D. GEAR, Second Judge First Circuit Court. AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1903 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesrooms, 42 Queen street, Honolulu, I will sell at Public Auction, by order of Miss M. A, Burbanlc, thoso most desirable premises on Wyllla street, Honolulu, formerly occupied by Mrs. M, L. Hoffman, as a residence. The lot has a frontage of 234 feet on Wyllle street, and a depth of 397 feet with an area of over two acres, and lies between the homestead premises of Mrs. J. T. Waterhouse and the stream. The buildings on the premises con sist of. a good one-story cottage ot seven rooms, and outhouses, and all In H'Uavie condition for Immediate occu pation. The grounds are Improved with many fruit trees, ornamental trees and plants, the view ot mountains and sea is very fine and the drainage excellent, and there Is a fine rpring of pure water on the place. The iLUlha street line of electric cars run within 100 feet of the premises. The terms of sale will be all cash; or, one-third -cash and the remaining two-thli.ds on two notes for equal amounts payable in two and four years respectively, secured by mort gage on the preml.es. with interest at ine rum oi six j'er cent per annum, payable semi-annually, with privilege of paying sooner. An unusual opportunity Is thus of fered for obtaining a beautiful noma upon most advantageous terms. or further particulars Inquire of W. O. Smith, Judd Building. JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. Honolulu, April 27, 1903. Wanted EMPTY GRAIN BAGS IN GOOD ORDER Hustace & Co., Ltd STABLES SOUTH STREET. Twenty-five cnts rays for a Wan ad In the Star. A bargain. ; V ... (2' '