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HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, MAY
1 A MACHINE
'A PARIS INVENTOR GIVES A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION
WITH HIS AIRSHIP THE FEAT OF NAVIGATING THE
AIR IS ACCOMPLISHED IN THE PRESENCE OF MANY
'Associated Press Cable to the Star.
PARIS, May 15. M. Le Bandy today made a highly successful test
of his airship. The fight .of the machine was witnessed by thousands
of people. The invention proved to be tractable and it sailed in the air,
excellently controlled by those on board. Le Bandy "is believed by
many who saw the tests to have approached nearer than any other in
ventor to a solution of the problem of aerial navigation. His friends
arc enthusiastic over his success and many telegrams of congratulation
are pouring in.
Associated Pres Gable to the Star.
CHICAGO, May 15. E. H. Harriman, president of the Southern
Pacific Railway system, is ill with appendicitis.
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ROOSEVELT REACHES YOSEMITE:
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
WAWONA, Yosemite Valley, May 15. President Roosevelt ar
rived here today from San Francisco.
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
ST, LOUIS. May 15. Ex-State Senator Busche has made a con
fession of corruption in his office as a member of the legislature. His
confession involves many others in charges of bribery and corruption.
THE GRAFTON RETURNS.
Associated Press Cable t6 the Star.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 15. H. M. S. Grafton, which came to
San Francisco in honor of the visit of the President of the United
States sailed today on her return to Esquimalt.
BIG: STRIKE BEGINS IN DENVER.
Associated Press Cable t the Star.
DENVER,. May 15. Four thousand men, employees in various
trades, have .gone on a sympathetic strike here today. A number ot
lines of labor are paralyzed. The streets are crowded in many places
with. the strikers and their sympathizers Efforts are being made to' ex
tend the strike to other branches of labor. No rioting has been begun
as vet. The authorities have had to make verv .few arrests.
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 15. Naval recruiting has been sus
pended for the time, owing to the prevalence of diseases in many of the
recruiting' stations. ,
A PLAY SUPPRESSED.
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
MANILA, May 15. A seditious drama being played in a local
theatre has been stopped by the American authorities. The play was
declared to be of a character likely to cause disturbances against the
PUGILIST SHARKEY DANGEROUSLY INJURED.
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
NEW YORK, May 15. Tom Sharkey, the ex-champion pugilist,
was injured here today while wrestling.- The exact extent of his in
juries have not been determined positively by the physicians, but it is
thought at this time that he may die.
SHANGHAI PEOPLE ARRIVE.
Among the through passengers on the
S. S. Coptic for Sai. Francisco are Mr.
and Mrs. A. McLeod of Shalghal. He
has resided In China for forty years.
He Is a prominent Merchant and ship
ping man of Shanghai His wife is also'
an American, Is returning to the Unit
ed States 'with lilm on a visit. They
passed through this port from America
If you are going away and
wish your property taken care
If you wish assistance In hand
ling your property,
If you wish a Burglar or Fire
proof Box to keep your valuables
Call on the
923 FORT STREET,
TELEPHONE MAIN 184.
about Ave years ago.
LIQUOR LAW VIOLATION.
H. N. Almy was arrested today to an.
swer to a charge of selling liquor with
out a license. The offence is allged to
have been committee at Pearl Harbor
while Almy in charge "of the house
boat where the workmen In the dredg
ing contract lotlged,. The Chinese em
ployee of the place was arrested some
time ago and fined for selling liquor
without a license.
Diarrhoea Is more to be dreaded than
dlpfherla. It attacks all ages and is
equally fatal to young and old. The
great mortality resulting from diarr
hoea is due to the lack of proper treat
ment at the first stages of the disease.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy Is a reliable and ef
fective medicine, and if given In time
will prevent serious consequences. This
remedy never falls and is pleasant to
take. Every household should have a
bottle at hand. Get lit today. It may
save a life. For sale by all dealers.
Benson Smith Co., general agents.
For Tents, Awnings. Storm Curtains,
Hammocks and all kinds of canvas
goods. Telephone us and we will be
pleased to submit samples and quote
Pearson & Potttr Co,, Ltd
HOTEL AND UNION STREETS.
Phono Main 317.
THE FAMOUS CRUISER IS ON HER WAY HERE FROM
YOKOHAMA AND IS EXPECTED SOON W AS PASSED
IN MID-OCEAN BY THE COPTIC WIFE AND FAMILY
OF HER CAPTAIN ARRIVE.
The cruiser Yorktdwn is due here' about Monday morning. The
vessel left Yokohama the early part of this month. Last Tuesday she
was passed by the S. S. Coptic. It is thought the cruiser will make this
port the first of next week. She is not in the best of condition for fast
traveling and her bottom is qiute dirty.
( Mrs. V. V. D. Stuart, the wife of the captain of the Yorktown, ar
rived on the Coptic this morning from Yokohama, accompanied by her
son. They will await at Honolulu for" tile arrival of the Yorktown. The
cruiser is going to Mare Island to be. overhauled.
The officers of the Coptic report that the biggest American fleet that
they have ever seen in Asiatic waters is gathered at Yokohama. The
fleet was reduced two vessels, however this month, for the Yorktown
went away the early part of May and on May 6, the same day that the
Coptic left Yokohama, the cruiser Princetown sailed for the United
States. The Princetown will not come by way of Honolulu, however,
as she is to go up by way of the Aleutian Islands and make her way
down to San Francisco by that circutous route.
There was talk in Japan of war. The government was gathering its
fleet at the various naval bases, ready to strike should the occasion re
quire. The arsenals were also at work preparing for the, possible con
flict with Russia.
It is not likely that any more of the' American fleet will be sent home
for the present. The reason that the two smaller cruisers were sent
away was because the big battleship Wisconsin was expected to sail
this month from Puget Sound for the Asiatic station.
RODE Wlp ELEPHANT
MRS. ATHERTON,' A RELATIVE OF SIR REDVERS BULLER,
WHO WENT TO THE FRONT IN THE HOSPITAL SER
VICE IN THE BOER WAR IS A RETURNING VISITOR
. AT THE DURBAR BY THE COPTIC.
Some distinguished representatives of the British nobility are pas
sengers aboard the S. S. Coptic for San Francisco. The niece of the
Earl of Buckingham is one of them, the cousin of Sir Redvcrs Buller is
a second, while" the third is the father-in-law of Chief Justice Hornby of
Shanghai. Lord Hornby's representative is an American, but the oth
ers are English people.
The niece of the Earl of Buckingham is Miss Chandos Pole. The
lady is temporarily an invalid during her present visit to Honolulu,
however, as she is suffering from a broken leg, as the result of an ac
cident in Japan a few weeks ago. The relative of Sir Redvers Buller is
Mrs. M. Atherton, who is the wife of Colonel Atherton of the
Tenth Huzzars which did such excellent service on the British side dur
ing the Boer war.
Captain John B. Roberts is the father-in-law of the Chief Justica
Captain Roberts was aboard the first American vessel that sajlcd up to
Shanghai in 1840. He has resided in China ever since, taking only an
occasional trip to his native land. One of his daughters married Lord
Hornby, the British Chief Justice at Shanghai.
Miss Chandos Pole was a lady in waiting to her late Majesty, Queen
Victoria. Miss Pole was in Japan recently and, while looking at a
handsome horse, she is passionately devoted to horse flesh, she sustain
ed a painful mishap. The horse was fractious and reared backward
when he saw Miss Pole so close to him. The lady, who 'was on the
ground, stepped backward to avoid the animal striking her, and fell sus
taining a fracture of the limb.
Mrs. Atherton took quite a prominent part in the Boer war. She
contributed 2,000 pounds of her own fortune toward outfitting the hospital-
service for the aid of the British soldiers. She was one of the dis
tinguished party of society women who sailed with Lady Randolph
Churchill to Cape Town at the outset of the Boer war to nurse the sick
and wounded. Mrs. Atherton has proved herself to be one of the most,
capable of all those women who went to the front.
She is now returning from a visit to India and China. She attended
the Durbar. While at Delhi, Mrs. Atherton became well acquainted
with Lady Curzon, and in fact, rode on the same cle'phant with Lady
Curzon during part of the Durbar festivities. Besides.being an elephant
rider, Mrs. Atherton is' one of the most daring horse-women in the
She is personally acquainted with General Sir Herbert Kitchener,
the commander-in-chief of the British forces in India, and late Commander-in-chief
of the British army in South Africa.
Commissioner Sargent Boarded Coptic This Morning and Issued New
Order Regarding Care of Asiatics Aboard.
A new rule is to be enforced in future by the Immigration and Cus
toms officials. Commissioner of Immigration Sargent is the man who
gave the order for the change. This morning Commissioner Sargent
went out with the immigration officials and boarded the S. S. Coptic
which arrived from the Orient. He
the incoming immigrants.
Mr. Sargent issued orders that in future beginning with the Coptic,
the Immigration and Customs officers are to keep a much more careful
watch on the Asiatics aboard vessels.
to check everybody aboard a vessel on her arrival at this port. This
work is done by the quarantine officials, however, the other representa
tives of the other government department being present.
Commissioner Sargent has directed that just before vessels sail for
San Francisco, the crew and other Asiatics aboard are to be checked off
a second time. This final check will be compared with the check made
on the arrival of the vessel and will enable the officials to determine ex
actly whether any Asiatics or pthcrs not entitled to land have done' so,
The new order means more work .for the immigration officials, but
the Commissioner thinks that such a rule is necessary, as it will be f)ie
means of safeguarding against .any illegal landings. ' ;. ;
watched the method of handling
Heretofore, the custom has been
REPRESENTATIVE WRIGHT MAKES A THIRD UNSUC
CESSFUL EFFORT TO PROD THE SENATE ON THEa
SESSION EXPENSES BILL DELAY CAUSES FEELING-
BETWEEN THE SENATE AND HOUSE. '
A resolution to adjourn till Monday and keep on adjourning until
the Senate acts on the House bilf for $20,000 for expenses was introduce
cd in the House this morning y Representative Wright, as follows:
"Whereas the Honorable Senate of this Territory has adjourned until
"Whereas, it is proper that the House should follow the example of
that Honorable and Superior Body, therefore, be it
"Resolved, that this House do now adjourn until Monday, May the
1 8th, 1903, and continue to adjourn from time to time until 'the Senate
shall have taken some definite action on House Bill No. 1."
Representative Knudsen, who was in the chair, ruled the resolution
out of order. Wright appealed and Kupihea seconded the appeal, but
the chair was sustained. ,
There is a disposition among members of the House to press the
Senate for action on the expenses bill. Many of the Representatives
need their salaries and the fact that the Senate has held up the J-ff-cre-ates
a lot of feeling.
House Committee Reports on the Loan Bill Divided Between Courts
ties and Territory.
The House special committee on the Loan bill reported this morn
ing. The report,, presented by Chairman Keliinoi, favored loan appro
priations aggregating $2,288,000, of which the sum of $864,900 is for
purely Territorial purposes, and $1,423,100 to be apiortioncd among"
the counties. '
The committee found that the bill's apportionment of funds among
the counties was as follows: ,
East Hawaii $ 241,200
West Hawaii 112,000
Maui . '. , .' 171,050
Kauai .' 67,400
The following apportionments were recommended by the commit
tee: East Hawaii $ 223,203.12
West Hawaii ! 87,294.88
Maui . . .-. .. "f:r. 184,651 . 58
Oahu .'. . ..: 791,075.87
Katiai . .., ' 143,949 . 60
' ' $i,430,i75-05
The insertion of an item of $75,000 for the construction of a fire
proof building in Honolulu, for the preservation of government ar
chives. The item of $10,000 for extension of fire alarm svstem and $17,-
000 for the Honolulu Iron Works
stricken out, other bills containing
tee recommended increasing the appropriation for schools and teachers
cottages on Maui from $55.000 to $85,000, the increase to allow for La-hainaluna-
THE ALLEN FUNERAL.
The funeral serviced over the re
mains .f 'the late S. C. Allen will he
held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
family residence on Alakea street. Rev.
H. 'H. 'Parker will conduct the services
and the Interment will be made at Nuu
a'nu cemetery. The pall-bearers will
be: J. O. Carter, George H. Robertson,
S. CM. Damon, . P. Dllllrigham, W. A.
Kinney, A. S. Cleghorn, J. M. Dowsett
and H. Mclntyre.
NEW SHIRT WAISTS.
Beautiful sheer shirt waists for th3
warm weather at Sachs. Also a new
line of ladles' neck wear and ladles'
bathing suits. All goods on display on
counters arul In the windows.
MONEY TO LOAN.
A stockholder In the Pioneer Building
& Loan Association having stock valu
ed at say $300.00 can borrow $300.00 by
putting his stock up as security to the
Association. In this way when he gets
Into a pinch for money and doej not
want to withdraw stock that Is paying
him from 10 to 12 he can retain his
stock and still relieve his temporary
embarrassment. The payments for one
share are $1.00 per month and a person
Is entitled to subscribe for any num
ber of shares up to 50. Pioneer Build
ing & Loan Association, Judd Building,
THE OLD RELIABLE
THEMIS NO SUBSTITUTE
pump contract were recommended
provisions for them. The commit
PRICE OF SUGAR.
By Cable to the Planters" Association.'
From Williams, Dlmond & Co.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 14. The New
York price ot 96 degree test Centrifu
gals, this day, Is 3.691 cents a pound.
The last quotation was April 23, 3.693
WOMAN SUFFRAGE DEFEATED.
HARTFORD, (Conn.), May 6. The
bill granting women the right to vote
In this state was rejected in the House
of Representatives today by a vote ot
103 to 60.
Want ad? in Star cost but 25 cenu.
We have a new stock ot
fine foot wear that will
please you both In quality
They're tho "Imperial"
ladles Oxfords and high
shoes, made of Vlcl Kid
with either light soles or
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Prices $3,00 and $3,50
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