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TItIC HAWAIIAN STAR, TIltTltBDAY. MAY 14, 1903.
A Summer Proposition.
Wall, now, there's the
ICE QUESTION !
m know vou'll need Ice: you know
a. necessity In hot weather. Wo
'mm-v you arc anxious to get that Ice
rtudi will give you satisfaction, and
Ilko to supply you. Order from
on list i iwm t,
HOFFMAN AND MARICIIAM.
Can't Bat.THE SONOMA
epuone 8161 Blue, Poatomce Box 606.
f &. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
W- G. Irwin.. President and Manager
CUaa Spreckels. ...First Vice-President
XT JUL aiffard... Second Vice-President
a M. Whitney, Jr.Seo'y and Treasurer
GNra. J. Ross Auditor
SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS
AGENTS OF THE
(tetanic Steamship Company
San Francisco, Cal.
..AGENTS FOH THE..
Ocotltah Onion National Insurant.
Company of Edinburgh.
Wllhelma of Magdeburg General In
ttmoclated Assurance Co., Ltd., ol
Munich and Berlin.
RU.nce Marine and General Assur
ance Co., Xitd., of London
Viay&l Insurance Company of Liver
pool. Jllance Assurance Company of Lon
don. Chester German Insurance Company.
THrS MONTH ONLY
WANTED THE SPACE
FOR OUR SPRING
Wilder & Co.
A rare opportunity Is
to buy real estate at
Fine lot 100x150 with large
roomy house, one block
from 'Walalae Road $4250
One lot 100x150 750
IN KA'PIOLANI TRACT
Lot 50x100 with 3-room
IN KAiULANI TRACT
6 lots. 00x100 each, for
(Separate If desired).
OK XWNA'HOU STREET
9- room house. Lot 75x100..
ON YOUNG STREET .
S-rooro house. Lot 75x100...
10- room house. Lot 75x140..
ON K'INAU STREET
C-room bouse. .Lot 50x90....
ON SPENCER STREET
139 feet frontage
IN KALIHI VAXiLEY
We Invite the attention of Real
Estiite Agents to 'the above pro-positi'sn.s.
177 South King St.
(Lee Sing Yip has lost Fire Claims
Award No. 6619, amount $2,546.70. Re
turn to Ng. Monwar, No. 202 Judd
Building, and receive reward.
Ksplxa3.de. cor. Allen and Fort Sti.
You curtnlnlv tlon't -want to oat It
you nro not hungry. Hut you must
oat, uiiil you must digest, your food,
too. If not, you will bocomo weak,
pale. thin, (iooil fond, gonrl nppotlto,
good digestion, thuso nro essential.
Mr. Robert Venus, of Launeestnn, Tai
manln, nemlj us his ilititngr.ipli mill tujui
" 1 BufTercil greatly from loss l appetlto,
Indigestion, pains In tlio htom.icli, weakness,
and iienoujneas. Scleral doctors tried In
vain to give me rclli'f. A friend then induced
mo to try Ayer's Sarsaparllla, for it had done
him much good. Tlio first bottlo worked
Monitors for rue. Soon my appetite came
tuck, my indigestion was cured, and 1 was
Btrong and hearty."
REGULAR MEETING THIS MORN
ING ADDRESSED BY COMMIS
HEAD PEA AND STRONG WINDS
DELAY HUH PASSAOE FROM
HERE HER RECORD CARGO.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 5. A head ' The regular monthly meeting of the
soa and strong winds caused a delay In Chamber of Commerce was held yes
the arrlvnl of the Oceanic liner Sonoma terday morning, President C M. Cooke,
from Sydney yesteniay, tne run from presiding.
Honolulu occupying 5 days and 16
hours. Although expected early In the
day, ns usual, the steamer did not
reach port until after 4 o'clock, and
the time Intervening before the de
parture of the afternoon overland train
upon which the English malls were
scheduled to depart, was so brief that
special permission was given by Qua
rantine Official Cummlng for the
Spreckels tugboat Relief to meet the
Those present were E. D. Tenney, J.
T. Crowley, E. R. Stackauie, W. M.
Glffard, W. Photenhauer, T. CUve Da
vies, A. B.Wood, F. J. Lowrey, A, J.
Campbell, Col, W. F. Allen, F. A.
Schaefer, W. E. Walty, S. B. Rose, W.
P. Dennlson, George Robertson, James
G. Spencer, C. M. Cooke, H. A. Parma
See and Fred, L. Waldron.
in the first degree yesterday, by a
F. "JT 'Lowrey presented a memorial
o "?! o tt..v,ov.'.iVt ?!? oV?v
Sonoma In quarantine grounds and take' resolutlon on tne death of iWllliam
off the through mall, amounting to 257
lings, which was then hurried to Oak
land In time to catch the 6 o'clock train
A total of 428 bags of mall was brought 1 the fajlluy
WatorhoUEe Dlmond,-who was a mem
ber of the Chamber, which was adopt
ed, and will be engrossed and sent to
Manufacturers of Soda Water, Gln
Ber Ale, Sarsaparllla, Root Beer, Cream
Soda, Strawberry, Etc., Etc.
PURE WHOLESOME BREAD
By a First-Class Oaker of Twelve
Years 'Experience In Honolulu.
V LOAVES FOR 25 CENTS.
All binds of Cakes, Pies, Ice Cream,
Etc-, made to order at very short
Njaaim Street, near Beretanla.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
ICahlVdnul Meat Market and grocery,
fruits and vegetables. Beretanla street
ALso at the Fish Market, Stalls 19 and
JO. Telephone Blue 2511.
. TWwitv-flvo cents nays for a Want
Thore are many imitation " Sarsaparlllas. "
Do sure you got Ayer's.
Keep your bowcla In good condition by using
Ayer's Tills. They euro constipation, coated
tongue, blllousnesi, sick headache.
Prepared by Dr. J. C Arcr 4 Co.. Lowell. Mm.. U.S.A.
Election of Officers.
At a special meeting of the share
holders of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., held
at their office In Honolulu, on Thurs
day, May 7th, 1903, the following offi
cers were elected to serve for the un
G. P. Castle President.
E. D. Tenney Vice-President.
C. H. Atherton Secretary.
At a meeting of the Board of Direct
ors of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., held on .the
same date, Mr. E. D. Tenney was ap
pointed Manager, to serve for the un
C. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
Election of Ofllrcrs.
At the adjourned annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Star Newspaper Associa
tion, Ltd., held In Honolulu on the 7tl:
day of May, 1903, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year.
President W. F. Allen.
Vice-President. . .Chas. H. Atherton
Treasurer ..Frank L. Hoogs
Auditor Chas. H. Atherton
Secretary Emll A. Berndt
EMIL A. BERNDT,
Honolulu, May 8, 1903.
by the liner, and she reached her slip
at Pacific street wharf at 6 o'clock.
A record cargo was brought by the
Sonoma, the freight amounting to 1840
tons, or more than has ever been
brought through from the Antipodes by
ony of the three big steamers of the
Spreckels line. The number of pas
sengers was also unusually large, and
the statement was made by some of
them that the trip had been remarkably
enjoyable, entertainments and concerts
being of frequent occurrence. The
whole number of over 200 passengers
signed a testimonial to Captain Herri-
man, expressing appreciation of his
Interest In their welfare and entertain
ment, and expressing the same senti
ments toward Purser G. A. Hodson,
Chief Steward Hackett, Chief Officer
Coughan and Chief Engineer Archie
The outward trip of the Sonoma from
this port broke the record for actual
steaming time to Sydney, the distance
being covered In 19 days, 6 hours and 20
minutes. On the return trip a big gale
followed the Steamer between Sydney
and Auckland, but except for this and
the head winds, and sets after leaving
Honolulu the weather was fine. No
sickness or accidents marred the voy
age. The large cargo of the Sonoma con
tained 754 pieces of timber, 292 Ingots
of tin, 10 cages and boxes of birds and
animals, 39 bundles of skins, from Syd
ney; 2498 bales Has, 15 casks of pelts
and 416 Ingots of zinc, from Auckland;
4 packages of coin from Pagp-Pago, and
5642 bags of sugar, 46 bags of cOffee,
852 bunches of bananas and 34 boxes of
coin from Honolulu.
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE.
Date. Name. From.
May 1 Nippon Maru Yokohama
6 Aorangl Colonies
7 City of Peking... San Francisco
8 Alameda San Francisco
9 Siberia Yokohama
9 Miowera Victoria B. C.
13 Nebnaskan San Francisco
15 Doric San Francisco
16 Coptic Yokohama
19 Ventura Colonies
20 Sonoma San Francisco
23 Nippon Maru.... San Francisco
25 America Maru Yokohama
29 Alameda San Francisco
30 Nevadan San Francisco
June 2 Siberia..' .....San Francisco
2 Korea Yokohama
3 Moana Colonies
6 Aorangl Victoria, B. C.
9 Sierra Colonies
10 Coptic San Francisco
10 Ventura San Francisco
12 Gaelic Yokohama
17 Nebnaskan....... San Francisco
18 America Mdru...San Francisco
19 Alameda San Francisco
20 Hongkong Maru Yokohama
26 Korea San Francisco
27 City of Peking Yokohama
JO Sonoma Colonies
STEAMERS TO DEPART.
Date. Name. For. ,
May 1 Nippon Maru.... San Francisco
6 Nevadan San Francisco
6 Aorangl Victoria, B. C.
7 City of Peking Yokohama
9 Siberia San Francisco
9 Miowera Colonies
13 Alameda San Francisco
15 Doric Yokohama
16 Coptic San Francisco
19 Ventura San Francisco
20 Sonoma Colonies
23 Nippon Maru Yokohama
23 Nebraskan San Francisco
23 America Maru... San Francisco
June 2 Siberia '. Yokohama-
2 Korea San Francisco
3 Alameda....'. San Francisco
3 Moana Victoria, B. C.
6 Aorangl Colonies
9 Sierra San Francisco
10 Nevadan San Francisco
10 Cbptlc Yokohama
10 Ventura Colonies
12 Gaelic San Francisco
18 America Maru.. .....Yokohama
20 Hongkong Maru. San Francisco
24 Alameda ....San Francisco
26 Korea Yokohama
27 City of Peking... San Francisco
27 Nebraskan San Francisco
30 Sonoma San Francisco
GREAT STRIKE AT VALPARAISO.
Associated Press, Morning Service.
VALPARAISO, May 13. The dock
felrlke here Is growing worse. Riots
and Incendiarism "have caused great
damage. Three thousand troops are
on the scene and martial law has been
GANS THE VICTOR.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
PORTLAND, May 13. Gans knocked
putTracey.,ln theiln'th round.
PRINCESS SUES KING.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
BRUSSELS. May 13. The Countess
deLonyaya has sued her father, King
Leopold, for three million dollars, her
share in her mother's estate.
The scandal arising from the levival
of the old family quarrel between King
Leopold of Belgium and his daughter
the Countess de Lonyaya, formerly
Crown Princess Stephanie, widow df
Arch Duke Rudolph of Austria, and
l'ow wife of Count de Lonyaya. will
have to be aired In the courts through
the bringing of this suit.' When King
Leopold's wife died at Spa, Belgium,
the Countess hurried to her mother's
bier, but King Leopold ordered her to
leave tha country
Crown Princess Stephanie married
do Lonyaya three years ago. The
count was a diplomat of high standing
but King Leopold bitterly opposed tile
marriage. The Austrian Emperor
favored the match and the two aged
monarchs have since had epistolary
quarrels concerning it. Franz Josef
sheltered Stephanie and may possibly
be abetting her present suit. It has
been known for some that that the
Countess was financially enbarrassed.
As a widow the former Crown Princess
enjoyed an income of $125,000 and had a
free residence in the Austrian palace,
but on her marriage to the Count this
Income was reduced four-fifths and
she was no longer furnished with free
lodgings, splendid carriage's .and ser
vants. Her husband could not furnish
her with all these things as he has been
badly handled by his creditors ever
since their marriage. The Countess Is
now said to be deeply In debt to certain
royal Ahetrlans who have loaned her
Quen Marie Henrietta of Belgium
died last September after a most un
happy life. She died ot a broken heart
King Leopold has an unsavory reputa
tion as a monarch. He Is rich beyond
the dreams of avarice, having made his
millions by developing the Congo Free
State, and some say in robbing the na
tives of llge and property. He Is said
to be possessed of fifteen millions.
King Leopold locked his daughter
Loul3e In a mad house to prevent her
from inheriting the wealth of his sister
Carlotta, once Empress of Mexico, who
has been slowly dying for years. He
Intends to get that great fortune, and
from the suit filed above It seems that
he also wishes to have the large" estate
left by his wife, the late queen.
E. D .Tenney for the legislative com
mittee made aaoral report In which he
said that there were several matters In
connection wlm the appropriations
which the committee was watching. He
felt It was pretty certain that the ap
rroprlatlon for the extension Of the
wharves and the improvement of the
harbor, in which the Chamber of Com
merce was particularly Interested
would be made.
A letter was read from T. CUve Da
vies, chairman of the Executive com
mittee of the Shippers' wharf commit
tee, enclosing $1500 as a part of the 10
cents a ton tax on imports, to be used
by the Chamber of Commerce "for the
benefit of the community."
A resolution offered by James G.
Spencer was adopted Ulrectlng the trea
surer to turn over to the Tourist Com
mute this and all other money received
by the Chamber from the same source.
A number of letters were read, among
them one from the Providence R. I.
High School asking for exhibits of Isl
and nroducts for the ...ijn school mu
seum, which was referred to the Tourist
The Chamber of Commerce of Brls
bane, Queensland asked for an ex
change of official and other publications
It was referred to the Secretary of tne
Secretary James G. Spencer stated
that he had been Informed this morn
ing that the Rem of $20,000 for adver
tising the territory which was defeated
yesterday In the House was not alto
gether dead. A resolution urging the
passage of the Item was presented, and
Commissioner of Immigration F. P.
Sargent was present by Invitation.
President Cooke introduced him to the
Chamber in a pleasant little speech.
Mr. Sargent made a short address and
was heartily applauded. At the close
of the meeting the members of the
Chmber were Introduced to him per
sonally by President Cooke.
Make It pay you to trade with us.
Pay in dollars and cents.
Fay in satisfaction with the goods
If you are not satisfied with any
tiling you've bought, after you
take it home, bring it back, and
we will make it satisfactory.
We aim to please.
Our success so far shows we are
' doing it.
We're not satisfied with what we
have done, we want to do more
We want to make it a pleasure to
trade with us.
In all departments will be found goods
to suit your wants at prices in
keeping with the quality.
E. 0. HALL & SDN, LTD.
FRAUDS IN HAYT1EN SECURITIES.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
PORT AU PRINCE May 13. Frauds
in Haytlen government securities have
been unearthed. The amount Involved
TWO YEARS SENTENCE.
John Lua was found .guilty of larceny
In the first degree this morning, by -a
Jury in Judge Robinson's court, and
the court sentenced him to two years'
TO REMOVE WRIGHT.
A motion was filed in the circuit court
yes'trday to remove William H. Wright
executor of the estate of John Wright.
The motion was by Anna S. Wright,
whose affidavit In support of the motion
says that Wright has left the Territory
and does not Intend to return. She
asks that F. Wunderberg be appointed
Twenty-five cents oava for
ad. In the Star. A bargain.
THE MEW BOARD
FOR WORK UNDER
LAW VACATIONS GRANTED.
The new Board of Health organized
yesterday afternoon and held quite a
lengthy meeting. The following stand
ing committees were appointed:
Committee on New Regulations Attorney-General
Andrews, E. C. Wins
ton, S. K. Ka-ne.
Committee on Quarantine, Fumigat
ing and Disinfecting Dr. W. H. Mays,
F. C. Smith, M. P. Robinson.
Committee on Finances and Expendi
tures F. C. Smith, E. C. Winston. .
Committee on Revision of Rules and
Regulations S. Ka-ne, M. P. Rob-
Inson, F. C. Smith, Attorney-General
'Committee on Government Physi
cians and Reports Dr. W. H. Mays,
F. C. Smith.
Committee on Hospitals Dr. W. H.
Mays, E. C. Winston.
Committee on allhl Receiving Sta
tlonDr. W. H. Mays, M. P. Robinson.
Committee on Kaplalonl Girls' Home
Dr. W .H. Mays, E. C. Winston.
Committee on Insane Asylum Dr. W.
H. Mays, F. C. Smith, M. P. Robinson,
E ,C. Winston.
Committee on Molokat Whole Board.
Committee on Government Dispen
sary Dr. W. H. Mays, S. K. Ka-ne:
Committee on Office and Morgue E,
C. Winston, Dr. W. H. Mays, F. C.
Committee on Kewalo and Kakaako
Dr. W. H. Mays, Attorney-General An
drews, E. C. Winston, S. K. Ka-ne.
Dr. Arther Irwin, government phy
sician on Hawaii, asked for a nine-
months vacation in order that he might
visit Europe. It was granted and his
brother Dr. Fred Irwin appointed to
act in his place.
A vacation was granted also to Dr
Sandow of Kauai who intends to make
a six months trip to Germany. A Dr
McLain who Is coming on the Sonoma
will fill his place if he passes a satis
factory examination. )
Dr, Atcherly of South Kohala re
peated his request for an Increase on
salary to $100 per month. He asked
also that the board allow him back
Ealary at that rate from February,
which could not be done for wancVif an
A communication was received from
Dr. Stow of HUo asking for an assis
tant to Fish Inspector Herring to take
care of the Walakea market. A native
U willing to do the work for nothing.
Rules for government hospitals as
submitted by Dr. Mays were adopted
The hospitals are to be under the
management of the trustees subjeet to
approval by the board, and the money
appropriated Is also subject to the same
Want ads In Star cost but 25 cents.
n us id uis
THE VERY CHOICEST IN THE'
CALIFORNIA MARKET, CAULU
FLOWER, CABBAGE, TURNIPS,
CELERY, ARTICHOKES, APPLES,
Fancy Cream Cheepes
MAY & COMPANY,
Straw Hat and Shirt Factory
SHIRTS, HATS AND PAJAMAS
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MADE TO ORDER
(FORMERLY MURATA'S STORE.)
NUUANU STREET NEAR HOTEL
Big Reduction Sale
SUITS AT HALF PRICES.
In response to our order from a judge of -the Superior Court
for a transcript of evidence in a certain case, Mrs. Josephine
Gunn, of Bridgeport, Conn., performed the feat of producing
upon a DENSMORE Typewriter 43 pages of court record from
dictation in just two hours. So much for speed.
A full line of the. new improved BALL BEARING DENS
MORE at ,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
HONOLULU T. H.
. Oriental Bazaar .
Reduction of 20 per cent in Rattan Furniture such as Tables,
Veranda, Parlor; Steamer and Lawn Chairs, Trunks, Baby Carriages,
Children's Cribs,. Couchesand Baskets of all kinds.
Bamboo Furniture, Japanese and Chinese Mattings, white and
mixed colors, first secondhand third quality.
WAITY BUILDING, KING STREET OPPOSITE ADVERTISER OFFICH-
Want ads In the Star bring quick re- Want ads In the Star brlnsr quick re
sults. Three lines tbree timej for 25 suits. Three lines three times tat M
cents. 1 cents.