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Til HAWAIIAN gTAJl, TMtMUDAY. WAY U, 1(01,
This is an exceptionally fine line of the latest styles, trimmed
tastily with lace and embroidery. The goods arc on display and
must be seen to be appreciated.
' Prices upward from $2.25.
LADIES' NECK WEAR.
We have just opened a pretty assortment of the very latest
fads in this Ji'ne. . . -
LADIES' BATHING SUITS'. "
With hot weather at hand there is nothing to equal sea birthing-
; If you want something attractive in the line of bathing suits
vJe have just the thing.
CORNER 'FORT AND
'' You should discard your heavy winter underwear, and try
something that will keep you cool and comfortable, during the
trying days to come.
i Dr. DiemeFs Linen Hesh Wear
heads the list. Nothing to equal it on earth: Cool, comfortable
. and durable.
Prickly heat unknown among those who wear it. Don't buy
' something- offered as "Just as Good," they're only fakes.
There is only one DEIMEL and only one place to buy it ih
HONOLULU, from ,
."M. McINBRNY, XvOPI.,
MERCHANT AND FORT STREETS.
S, C, ALLEN DIES
A. SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN
HE HAD LIVED IN HAWAII FOR
OVER HALF A CENTURY.
, (Samuel ' C. Allen, merchant, ship
owner,, railroad president and large
owner of plantation Interests, died sud
denly shortly after 9 o'clock last even
ing'at Ills residence on Richards street
of an iffectlon of the heart.
'He was about his business as usual
yesterday, had taken a drive in tho af
ternoon as Avaa his dally custom, and
had dined. About 9 o'clock he was tak
en with a sudden Illness, and Dr.
George Augur was summoned. When
Dr. Augur arrived, he found Mr. Allen
When a Wage-earnerdles, his family
wilhbe saved from humiliating poverty
If he has only exercised the foresight to
provide for their necessities through a
.wise life Insurance policy. The "New
Tork Life" policies are the rieht kind
for family protection. Henry Water
;house Trust Company will show how
they work and what they cost. Office
open daily (except Sunday) from 8:30,
a. m. 'o' 4:30,p. m. Evening appoint -.anents
made on request.
Arrow Brand Collars
2 For 25 Cents .
There are many that cost more,
NEW STOCK TIES,
A handsome assortment in our
Hew Sliirt Waists
ays be Here
pacing the floor. Within fifteen min
utes he was dead. Dr. Augur gave the
cause of death as heart failure.
Samuel Clesson Allen was a cousin
of Col. W. F. Allen. His parents were
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H .Allen, and
he was, born In New Salem, 'Massachu
setts, May 17, 1S3I, so that he lacked
but four days of being seventy-two
years o' age. When he was quite young
he removed with his parents to Ban
gor,' Maine, where he was brought up,
later attending Abbott Family School
at Farmlngton, 'Maine. While' still a
jouth, he entered the employ of the
wholesale dry goods house of Wllkln-
"son, Stetson & Co., Milk street, 'Boston,
and in 1850 sailed on the American ship
Lo Choo fbr Hawaii, where his uncle
was the American consul.
He arrived in 'Hawaii in December,
1850, and shortly afterwards engaged
with W. A. Aldrlch In general mer
chandizing. At various times his firm
has heen Allen & Co., Aldrlch, Walker
& Co., Walker, Allen & Co.. and for a
number of years now Allen & Rpbln
son. Mr. Allen bore hts share in the early
development of the sugar' Industry,
was largely engaged in shipping, and
owned a large amount W stock In the
Oahu Railway & Land Company of
which he was president when he died.
and of which he had been one of the
early friends He had been a mem
ber of the Chamber of .Commerce for
a number of years. -He was an impor
tant, factor In the commercial and In
dustrial life of the territory.
in 1S0D he 'married iMIss Robinson, a
daughter of the late James Robinson,
a sister of Mrs. Ward, Mrs, Jaeger,
'Mrs. Foster, Mrs. 'McWayne and Mark
V. Robinson. 1
His only 'blood relative In the Island's
Is Col. WN F. Allen. The funeral will be
held from the late residence on Friday
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Between Boards Sales: S Hawaiian
Sugar 24.00. $5000 Pioneer bonds, $100.00.
Quotation. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co $ $400.00
L. B. Keer & Co... 40.00 .......
Ewa Plantation 20.0 21.50
Hawaiian Agri 250.00
Hawaiian Com'l..... 47.50
but none better than these.
75 CENTS AND $1.25.
1071 BISHOP ST.
Algae.' Young Bldtf.
Ilitiku 1 38.01
Onhu Suiwr Co lOt.09
Ookaln 4.00 8.09
Ohm , 7. Oil I. ('0
I'nclflc Sugar Still 10.00
Pioneer Mill ! 100.00
Wnlalua Aftrl...? f.0.00
WnllukU Sugar M0.00
Wilder 8. S. Co 116.00
Hawaiian Klpotrlc 97.50 102.50
Hon. Rapid Transit 75.00 82.60
Oahu R. & L. C01 92.60
Ewii Plantation 6s 100.00 100.60
Oahu R. & L. Co., 6a 103.00
Oahu Plantation 6a 101.00
Wnlalua Agrl. 6s 100.2S
Knhuku 6s , 100.50
Pioneer Mill Co., 6s... 100.00
NOT GWEUP HOPE
COMMUNICATION FROM CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE ASKING FOR AN
Although the House defeated the
Items appropriting $20,000 for adver
tising the Territory, the chamber of
commerce has not lost heart In the
matter. Evidently the chamber has
fnlth in further agitation of the subject
for this morning the following commu
nication from James Gordon Spencer,
secretary of the chamber was read in
"I have the honor to Inform you that
the following resolution was passed at
the meeting of the Honolulu Chamber
of Commerce held this day :
" 'Whereas, the House of Representa
tives has by a close vote refused to
insert In the 'appropriation bill the
sums asked In -aid of the plans of this
chamber and the Merchants' Associa
tion for the advertising of the Territory
" 'Whereas, in the opinion of the
members of this body such an appro
priation would return to the taxpayers
of the Territory large dividends in the
way of cash spent here by tourists and
In the attraction of settlers to our va
cant lands, therefore be It
" 'Resolved, that the Chamber 'of
Commerce respectfully recommends to
the legislature that there be made am
ple provisions for the complete and
thorough advertising of the Territory
through an appropriation of not le?s
than ten thousand dollnrs ($10,000) a
year, with the suggestion that the at
traction of visitors antt settlers will re
sult In ample returns to both .the Ter
ritory Itself and its citizens, through
the Investments which will flow from
increased knowledge of this new ter
ritory of the nation.'
"Trusting that the foregoing will re
ceive the consideration of your Honor
able body etc."
On motion of Senator Dickey second
ed by Senator Woods e communica
tion was laid on the table to be con
sidered with the appropriation bill.
FORMER COMMANDANT OF HONO
LULU STATION 'REPRESENTED
GOVERNMENT AT TRIAL.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3. The final
trial of the monitor Wyoming will take
place m next Tuesday, and If the war
ship fulfills all requirements she will
be accented bv the naval authorities
and payment will be made to her build
ers. A vessel must undergo a test six
months after being in commission be
fore she is finally accepted. The Wy
oming: came down from iMnre Island to
day and anchored in the stream td pre
pare for the trial. Tomorrow the trial
board will embark nnd on Tuesday
morning she will steam outside the
Heads. The board Is composed of Cap
tain u. H. 'Whtilng, 'Lieutenant-Commander
mander 'Lopez, Ensign Branch aid'
Naval Constructor Tawresey.
The trial will consist of a forty
eight iour run at full sped and 'special
runs In which the maximum speed of
the vessel will be ascertained. All the
guns wltl be fired and the effect of the
firing cn the gun platforms and other
parts of the ship will be noted.
The Wyoming recently returned'from
a cruise n the coast during whloh tar
get practice with the four-inch gun
was engaged In. 'Captain ', Cottman
states that with the exception of some
paint which was Jarred from the Iron
work, the monitor stood the strain
without being racked. The two tweive
Inch guns In the forward turret hav
not yet been tested, but Captain Oott
man Is of opinion that the vessel will
stand the recoil without damage. The
Wyoming proved steady in rough
Superintendent of Public Works, H.
K. Cooper has approved the oil tanks
of the Walalua Agricultural Company.
Delivered Full Measure
LEAVE ORDERS WITH
W. WADIMOND & CO., Ltd
LAYSAN'S ONLY NATIVE CHILD
. (.Continued from page one.,)
inoth jaws of this shark are nrtw on -xhilntion at the office of II. Il.ick
feld & Co., and display 218 teeth.
Another incident was the finding soon a;te a terrific storm, of a bot
tle that was washed up from the sea, and which contained the state
ment that it had been thrown overboard in latitude 190 35' North, and
hngltudeh22c 20' West by a German bark bound from Hamburg to
Port Los Angeles for the purpose of determining currents. A request
was made that the finder report to the United States Hydographic of
fice, which Captain Schlennner has done. The bottle was thrown into
the sea December 7, 1901, and was" found November 30, 1902.
Captain Schlcmtner leaves today for Kauai to look after some pri
vate business, but will go back to Laysan Island on the next voyage of
TO MAKE THE
RITORY SHALL MAKE GOOD TO THE FIRE CLAIM
ANTS THE AMOUNT OF THE DISCOUNT IN THE SELL
ING PRICE OF BONDS.
Representative W. J. Wright this
joint resolution in the House:
"Whereas certain bonds have been issued to the amount of $326,000
bearing interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, and
"Whereas said bonds have been adjudged as not being equal to par
value of certain bankers and financiary agents having monetary mat
ters under their charge, and
"Whereas it is not seemly that the credit of the Territory of Hawaii
should be placed in jeopardy by the action of any bankers or financiary
"Now, therefore, be is resolved, the Senate and House concurring,
that the sum of $326,000 or such part thereof as shall be necessary be
and is hereby appropriated out of any fund in the rencrnl tronsnrv
whereby the said bonds be made of
"This joint resolution shall have
approval by the Governor of this
1 he resolution was referred to a
malae, Harris and Wright.
" WORRYING ABOUT
Senate Acts Slowly on the Appropriation of $20,000 For Expenses o
Representative Wright is still
number one, in the Senate. This
the expenses of the session. It is
and doesn't seem to make such progress. Some of the senators have
expressed tiief opinion that the amount is too larce.
Yesterday Wright introduced a resolution to investigate the fate of
the bill and the resolution was tabled, but this morning he returned to
the attack. He wanted the clerk to inquire of the Senate and "request
that superior body to take immediate action." The resolution was vot
WILLS FILEDJFOR PROBATE
Testaments of George Patterson and Mrs. Maynard, Whose Death
Occurred in England. '
The will of the late George W. Patterson was filed for probate this
morning, with a petition for the appointment of Cecil Brown as admin
istrator. The will disposes of real estate valued at $5,000 and personal
property valued at $2,500. All is left to the widow, Mrs. Ida Patter
son. A certified copy of the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes Maynard, who
died in Brighton, Sussex, England, was also filed for probate, with rec
ords of the British courts showing the proceedings in the probate court
m England. The deceased's estate in Hawaii consists of 21 shares df
stock of C. Brewer & ComDanv of the nnr vain nf R'jinn 1 C-,.
.. , ,
mortgage McBryde bonds of the par
iisuii, uiucw jj me ueceabeci, asis tor letters 01 administration in Ha
waii. The estate is left to a daughter and son, both in Brighton Eng
land. . ' ' b
LOAN BILL GOES
TO A COMMITTEE
THE HOUSE ADOPTS A PLAN WHICH IT IS HOPED WILL
MAKE QUICKER ACTIONS ON APPROPRIATIONS POS
SIBLELOAN APPROPRIATIONS GO TO A COMMITTEE-REPRESENTING
EACH OF THE ISLANDS.
The House began work this morning on the Loan bill on a new plan
which It is hoped will result in quicker work than was done with the
six months appropriations, which took practically all of the first 12
days 6f the session.
Keliinoi proposed referring the matter to a committee, in order that
a report might be secured on which the House might act, instead of
working in committee of the whole, with long debate. A resolution
was adopted to provide for two each" from Hawaii, Maui and Oithu, ant'i
one from Kauai, to take up the bill and report on it. Speaker Beckley
named Harris and Paele from Oahu, Keliinoi and Nakaleka from Maui
Purely and Pulaa from Hawaii, and Gandall from Kauai. The commit
tee was ordered to begin work at once and a recess was taken to 2
o'clock, on motion of Chillingworth. Keliinoi was made chairman of
the special committee and work was begun as soon as recess was de
clared. An effort is to be matin tn iwlnnt tlw Mimniltton r,iie ,..:! .i
bills before the House. The experience with the six months' bill has
siiuhii m,u me Wore 01 ine session would require several months un
less a quicker method should be ndontpil Tli
most every item and it is thought
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fci tauy cycuili: IIIC pahhuge
gW,l41j Tho Expert
wmxi' iryM "''' --jju miuc&i. una must
gfvgg'fjc'? complete offices in the city. Tnv Thkm.
215 Hotel Street oil Union. In front nf Vmm. niMi..
PROPOSES THAT THE TER
morning introduced the following
full par value.
force and effect on the dav of its
special committee consisting of Ku-
WOrrvillrr nhnilf thn (:itn nf I-Tmtcn liill
is the bill appropriating $20,000 for
still on sermifl rp.-wlimr in tUn ?,,.,.
- v-'"" "u nisi
value of $2,000. George H. Rob-
that action by smaller committees
P . 111
Ol U1C 13111.
Dentists for Honest Work at
T flUf Pt.innn HM. 1 1
YOU WILL NOT
ht. dooolvod. That thuro nro ohcmU
unci frauds in plenty ovorybody
Iuiowk; but it is mildom or navor
tliat any largo h 11 Hi nous houso ia
.guilty of them. 110 matter wlinL
'lino of trade it follows. Tlioro
can bo no poruiunctit success ot
imy kind bused on dishonesty or
decoption. Thcro novcr wub, and.
novor will bo. The men who try
that uro simply fools and soon
como to grief ns thoy desorve.
Now many persons aro, neverthe
less, afraid to buy certain adver
tised articles lest thoy be hum
bugged and doludotlj especially
tiro thoy slow to plaoc confidence
in published fitatomonta of tha
merits of medicines. Tlio effec
tive modorn remedy known as
is as safo and genuine an article
to pnrchaso as Hour, silk or cot
ton goods from tho mills of man
ufacturers with a world-wido re
putation. Wo could not afford ta
exaggerate its qualities or misre
present it in the least; and it is.
not necessary. It is palatable as
honoy and contains tho nutritive
and curative properties of Pure
Cod Liver Oil, extracted by us
from fresh cod livers, combinod
with tho Compound Syrup of
llypophosphitcs and theI2xtracta
of Malt and Wild Cherry; and
how valuable such a blending of
theso important medicinal agenta
must bo is plain to everybody.
It is beyond prico in Weakness
and lack of Norvous Tone, Ane
mia, Scrofula, La Grippe, Lung
Troubles and Inpurities of tho
Blood. Scionco qaji furnish no
thing bottor-porlia.'psf nothing sq
good. Dr. W. Il'Dalfo, of Cana
da, says: "I have used it in my
practice and tako plcasuro in re
commending it as a valuablo ton
ic and rcconstru,ctiy,c," It i3 a
remedy that can'iiflord to. appeal
to it's record and ropresonts tha
science and knowledge of bright
and agres8ivo medical investiga
tion. Effective from tho first,
dose. Sold by all chemists hero.
The annual Inter-Island itennls tour
nament bejran yesterday afternoon.
There waa play on both thi Beretunla:
and the Pacific Tc nls Club grounds.
The results were as indicated In the
table. The play today Is as follows:
Pacific Courts: 4 p. m., Elston vs.
Mott-Smlth; 5 p. m., Derby vs. Illtch
coclc. Eeretanla Courts: 4 p. m., IIck
nell v. Brock; 5 p. in., Ross vs. C.
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BROKE THE RECORDS.
The bark Kalulnnt bioke all records
on her recent stay In' this port in got
tinff (julck discharge. Captain Dabet
the port captain for IX. Hnckfeld and
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ww.,.H.j, tuniiitii tiu ions 01.'
general freight ami loaded 2713 tons ot
sugar in the vessel In 'to hspace of 514
days. She sailed today for San Fran
DORIC ARRIVES VUOl COAST.
The 8. S. Doric' was sighted oft Koko,
Head at 12:25 p .m. today from San
Fninolseo. She has three days later
mall and news files.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, June 13th, 1903, at 12
o'clock noon, at the 'front entrance oC
the Judiciary building;, ' will be sold at
Public Auction, the lease of the land
of - Kawailoa-uka, In Kaliua, Koolau
pcko, Oahu, containing n area of 52.1
acres, a little more or less.
Term: 10 years.
Upset Rental: J100.00 per annum,' pay,
able semi-annually In advance. Condi
tions of lease are sih follows:
The government lescrves the right to
take up any portion or portions of the
above land for bona tide settlement and
other public purposes. .
The Leasee Is to keep the land clear
and free from Inn tana during the term
of sald'lease, anU- to fence same in with
a good substantial fence.
K. S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Public Land Olllce,
May 13, 1903.
Excursion to Volcano
Tuesday, May 5.
4 Days Round Trip, $40
VIA HILO HOUTE.
10 Days Round Trip, $5$
GOING HILO OtOUTE
RETURNING KONA HOUTE.
For . reservations and tickets se
RICHARD II. TRENT. General Acenr.
.vurnur x'uri.anu juercnant atreetaw.-