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TII14 HAWAIIAN STAR, TUISDAY, 0CT0I1HII 27, 1003. FOR SALE AT 1CA1L1JA NORTH 1CONA, HAWAII COPFIDK AND CATTLE FARM. Conaiitlnit In part ot grazing lands, SO acres coffee 7 years old. 03 head of cattle, 8 horses ,80 to 40 iiIbs. W chick ens. gdc Modem 8 room dwelling house, f laborers' houses. Water tanks. Car riage house and Stables. Pulper and appliance for drying Coffee, Chicken houses etc., etc. For further particulars sec L. C. ABLE 5 . Rooms 1 Mid 2 Young Building. TELEPHONE MAIN ISO 1'. O. UOX 243. SPECIALTIES ! TltlMMRD HATS, TAPAS, TAS-. MANIA SHELLS, AND ENAMELED JEWELRY. Woman's Exchange HOTEL STREET. NEAR FORT. Fire Insurance! SHE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED, General Agents for Hawaii Atlas Assurance Company of London. Phoenix Assurance Company of Lon don. New York Underwriters Agency. Providence Washington Insurance Company. i'henlx Insurance Company of Brook lyn. Albert Raos, Hanager Insurance Department office Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building. HART & CO., LTD THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Chocolates and Confections Ice Cream and Water Ices Bakery Lunch. IE FINEST f III HE CITY it. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers And Jobbers of AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Corner of Fort and Queen Sts. Play Foot Ball on Mokua weoweo II you did we could furnish yoa with the latest 1903 sup plSes ' a"t surprisingly "hard times" prices. But to visit the crater Will Require A Tent, Sweater, Leggings, Canteen, "All .of which we have and at the right prices. LIMITED Phone Mala 317. Union and Hotel Streets. HON Sy.XY AI VliltflSMJl UNTK Wliltney & Marsh, Ltd.; I'hko 8 tfrwsor. Kmilliue wan knocked down. Island Meat Co lttsrf f T0 witnessed testllled to welnR Nun- W. V. Dltnontl'& Co I'aKeS'ariU uliOUtnsr Knalltue with the loft Oriental Buxuar Pnse 7 hand and beating him In the Jaw with Regimental Notice Pa we 5 By Authority Page 5 NEWS IN A NUTSHELL I'lirntfrnpliR That Giro Condensed A oh of the Day. THE WEATHER. Weather Bureau, Punnhou, 1 p. ni. Wind fresh northeast: weather fair. Morning minimum temperature, 71; midday maximum temperature, 79; ba rometer 9 a. an., 30.07 steady (corrected for gravity); rainfall 24 hours ending 9 n. m. .14; absolute moisture. 9 a. m.. C.l grains per cubic foot; humidity 9 a. m. Gl per cent. R. C. LYDECKER, Territorial Meteoroloslst. Nursing bottles with nipples 5 cents at Dlmond's. Mrs. J. T. De Bolt Is booked for pas sage on the Alameda. Island turkeys on hand at Island Meat Co., Fort street. Watch Whitney & Marsh's space on age 8 for later announcement. The Builders' and Traders' Exchnnge will hold a special meeting tomorrow evening. Tournament matches will be played at the meeting of the Honolulu Chess Club I nthe Young Hotel this evening. iThe banks will be closed tomorrow during the funernl services of the late Hon. Morris M. Estee to open at 11 a. m. Edgar Cnypless Is reported 111 with ptomaine poisoning. He will deliver an oration over the body of Robert W. Wilcox. There will be a game of football be tween the High School and St. Louis College teams Saturday afternoon at 3;30 at the Maklkl gounds. New assortment of silk embroidered screens and brass ware at Oriental Bazaar, Walty building King street. See the fine window display. The first Regiment will assemble un der arms at the Drill Shed tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock for the purpose of acting as escort to the remains of the late M. M. Estee. The Hawaiian Woman's club will meet today at the residence of Miss Eva Kinney, Hotel Annex lane, Wal klkl, at 3:30 p. m. All members are requested to attend. Most of the barber shops of the city have entered into an agreement to close their shops hereafter at 7 o'clock In the evening except on Saturday night and the night before holidays. All members of 'Hawaiian Lodge are requested to meet at the Masonic Tem ple tomorrow at 9 a. m. for the purpose of attending the funeral services of -their late brother Hon. M. M. Estee. The Governor directs that govern ment offices be closed nnd that Hags on government buildings be displayed at half-mast until 12 o'clock noon to morrow In honor of the memory of M. M. Estee. The Young Men's Republican Club will hold a big campaign meeting at the Orpheum tomorrow evening. Among the speakers will be R. W. Breckons. A. G. M. Robertson and John K. Gand all of Kauai. Mrs. Coffee, who has been a guest at the Young hotel for a month, will leave In the Sierra to Join her husband, Col. Coffee, In Sydney. Mrs. Coffee when In Manila had a nextenslve Interview with Agiiinaldo. Bert Wilson, 'the eleve nyear old son ot H. E. Wilson ot Kalapana, Hawaii, after doing the toilsome journey to and from the summit of Mauna Loa without scath, fell off the school house railing and broke his collar bone. DON'T FORGET. Vote for Moses K. Nakulna for Coun ty Clerk and Recorder. TO CONCEAL CRIME The coroner's Inquest to determine the cause of the death ot Kaalhua at Puuloa Sunday was held yesterday at Puuloa by Deputy Sheriff Fernandpz. The officer experienced considerable difficulty In finding all of his witnesses. There seemed to be a desire, he says, on the part of some of the people liv ing In the vicinity of the murder, to try and hide . The coroner's jury re turned the following verdict "tnat Kaalhue came to his death from tho choking and punching received on his body by the hands ot Kanella at Puu loa ,ln district of Ewa, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii on the 25th day of October A. D. 1903." The evidence brought out at 'the coroner's inquest makes the case ap parently quite o clear one. Kaalhue and Kanella or Daniel Nuuanu which Is the correct name of tho alleged mur derer, had been good friends previous to their fight on Sunday. Nuuanu was found sleeping under some trees at a native woman's house. He was drunk. Kaalhue and Awa .tried to arouse him but he itold them to let him alone. Both Kaalhue and Nuuanu were under the Influence of liquor. Later In the forenoon Nuuanu grab bed the hand of Kaalhue and tried to strike It against the wall of the house. WANTED A Home Company Organized under the laws THE HAWAIIAN REALTY I.oana Mortgages, Securities, Investm ents and Real Estate. Homes Built on ' the Installment Plan. Home Office Mclntyra Building, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii- Tht Hawaiian Rtally aid Maturity Go Ti. K. KENTWKLL, General Mr.naer, The men rnn out lf -the hiouse, nml started to flRht, Nuukiiu being the ng- the right list. N mm nil was seated on the prostrate form of Kntilhue. Awa tlnnlly separated the men. lCnalluie did hot stir, the other man' went away. Kuiuhue was found within n short, time after the light t'fS'be dead. The nutopsy performed by Dr. Char les A. Davis disclosed the fact that there were dark maks on. the loins and back 'evidently bruises, the face was congested nnd blackened,, blood was running from the mouth nnd ear and the left ear had been either bitten or cut off. The lungs were congested and dark while the heart wits filled with uncoagulated blood. The condition of the heart 'and lungs Indicated that death had been due to strangulation. Several of the witnesses Kanamu a woman and David P1I, had heard Nuu nnu threaten to kill them 'too, If they interfered with him beating Kaalhue. The following composed the Jury; John Fernandez, Richard II, John Smith, D. Mnkalpo, N. H. Polonl, V. Kahol and B. Kalunn. Nuuanu waived preliminary exami nation before Judge Lindsay yesterday and w'as committed to the circuit court for tlal on the charge of murder In the first degree. ATTEMPTED M UNKNOWN MISCREANT TRIED TO SHOOT POLICE LIEUTENANT SAM LESLIE. An attempt was made early this mornltjg to assassinate Lieutenant Sam Leslie of the mounted police force. Had he been sleeping in his accustomed foom the attempt upon his life would have been successful. The affair oc curred about 4 o'clock this morning at his residence near the Palama Pump ing place. Leslie has usually slept In a side room on the ground floor of his house. Several days ago he decided to occupy a room In another portion iof the house. He fotunately nioved Into, the new room last night. About -4 o'clock this morn ing he was aroused by hearing a pistol shot. He thought that perhaps ome neighbors were trying to scare some mauraders away. An Investigation af ter daybreak disclosed the fact that an a.ttcmpt had been made to assassinate him. The person who had fired the shot had stood just outside of the window of Leslie's former bedroom. The bul let had passed through the window pane, through a curtain and over the bed about two Inches above the pillow and lodged In the bureau ion the1 other side of the room. Had Leslje occupied the bed at the time, the bullet would have passed through his head and prob. ably caused Instant death. The bul let was fired from a 38 caliber revolver It had been discharged within a short distance of the window, powder marks were found about the window. Leslie says that he does not care to state his suspicions regarding the probabPe per petrators of the crime. Some time ago a similar attempt was made to shoot Hack Inspector Sam Macy but the latter was occupying an other bed at the time, so the bullet did not strike him. -in ALAMEDA SAILS TOMORROW. Tho S. S. Alameda sals. .to.mqrrow at 12 o'clock noon from,, the Hack feltl wharf for San Francisco. NOT IN. EDITOR STAR: Your reporter made a mistake In last evening's Star In as sociating my name with the physlcfans In attendance on the esteemed and lamented U. S. District Judgf Estee. Please make the correction and oblige Yours truly, F. R. DAY. October 27, 1903. BOYD AND THE COLOR LINE; EDITOR STAR This morning's Ad vertlser again attacks inejtby say.lng that I drew tlte color, line in my spepen last night at Kakaako, which state ment, like all Its qthef attacks upon me, I denounce as false,' , Henry Vlda, who was.presont( find who must have been'the Ipne to', make this false accusation against me to the Advertiser, should learn Hawaiian before he attempts to Interpret Into English and should furthermore learn not to lose his temper nnd use lan guage unbecoming a gentleman. t I leave It to the public to judge be tween Henry Vlda and myself. J. H. BOYD. Honolulu, October 27, 1903. SUGAR AND BEETS. , By cable to the Planters'"Asspclatlon. From Williams, Dlmond & Co. SAN FRANCISCO, October 24-r-The London price of 88 analysis' beets this day Is 8 shillings, 8,4 pence.) ,The last previous quotation was October 20, 8 shillings, 9 pence. SAN FRANCISCO, October 26. The New York price of 90 degree centrltu gals this day Is 3.89 cents a pound, The last previous quotation was Sep tember 10,. 3.875 cents a pound. The London price of 88 analysis beets this day is 8 shillings, 10 pence. Capital 000 of1 the Territory of "Hawaii, AND MATURITY CO., LTD. ASSASSINATON James F. Morgan, AUCTIONEER AND BROKER S47-357 Kaahumanu St. Tel. Main i2. P. o. Box Slit. AT AUCTION By order of the Trustees ot the Oahu College I will offer for sale at Public Auction, at my salesroom, 857 Kaahu manu street, on SATURDAY. NOY. 7, 1903 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, That valuable parcel of City Prop erty situated on Beretanla, Miller and Vineyard streets. Property has a frontage of 119.5 feet on Beretanla street, 707.8 feet on' Mil ler street, 1G3.5 feet on Vineyard street and contains an area of 142,210 square feet( a little more or less.) This property will be offered at auc tion at an upset price ot J45.000.C0 Terms : The present mortgage of S40.000 can remain on mortgage at 4V4 per cent, per annum until November 1st, 1904, to a purchaser satisfactory to the mortgagee; A small portion of this property (cor ner of Miller and Vineyard streets), is under lease until December 16th, 1904, at an annual rental of $240. This valuable property can be divid ed Into business and residence sites, and It one which commands the in spection of Investors. Maps can be seen at my ofTlce where all Information can be obtained. . JAS, F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. AT AUCTION. ON FRIDAY, OCT 30, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Ml At the residence of Mr. Edgar Hal stead, Wilder Avenue and Pllkol street, I will sell at public auction on account of Intending departure,- all the House hold Furniture, comprising; Palms and Ferns, 1 Massive Oak Hall Stand, Oak Chairs and Settees, Elegant Etagere and Parlor Chairs, Sofa and Large Center Rags, Large Carved Oak Bedstead and Bu reau, Mattresses and Pillows, Oak and Ash Bedroom Sets', 1 Fine Brunswick and Balke Billiard Table, cost over 3400. 1 Large Oak Roller Top Desk, Lady's Oak Secretary, Lounges, Etc., Etc. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. Honolulu Iron Works. STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS AND LE " CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description Made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithlng. Job Work Exe cuted on Short Notice. Want ads In the Star brine quick re sults. Three lines three times for 25 cents. One floment! YotJL et. Baby THEN YOU NEED A BOTTLE, THE TWO ARE INSEPARABLE, WHILE THEY LAST. 8 oz. Graduated Nursing iBottles With Nipples WILL GO FOR FIVE CENTS Purchases Limited to One Dozen KEEP UP THE RUSH, THE STORM WILL SOON BE OVER. W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd., IMPORTERS OF CROQKEKY, GLASSWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Sole Agents in the Hawaiian Territory for Detroit Jewel Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators, U. S. Cream Separators, Dey Time Register, Monarch Blue Flame Oil Stoves, Puritan Blue Flame Oil Stoves, Primus Stoves and "Dandy" Wind Mill. 53-57 KING STREET. Coughs Quickly Stopped If you know what to take. They seem' to be ptevalent Just at this time and we are having a continuous call for one of the best remedies ever sold here for coughs and colds. Putnam's Cherry Cough Comfort is so well known that it seems hardly necessary to mention the name because this remedy will be found in every home. The moment a cough developes a few doses stop it. You want to nip the cough at the start then It's easy. Aii old cough Is troublesome to cure, but Putnam's Cherry Cough Comfort will stop any cough that's curable. Another reason for Its wide popular ity Is, it is easy to take. Children do not object '.b It. It does not contain Injurious ingredients, like opium, but i made principally from the extract of wild cherries, one of the best remedies for throat and pulmonary troubles known. Insist on having the genuine Put nam's Cherry Cough Comfort, and ac cept no other that is recommended "just as good" because you will be dlj appolnted. Two sizes, 25c. and 50c. Twenty-five cents pays for a Want ad in the Star. A bargain. This Space Reserved for Whitney & Harsh, Ltd : HONOLULU, T. Red-Cros Toilet THIS IS A NEW BRAND OF FINE TOILET PAPER WHICH WE ARE OFFER ING AT THE BARGAIN PRICE OF $1.00 PER DOZ. PKGS. BETTER LAY IN A SUP PLY AT ONCE. WE ARE ALSO SOLE HAWAIIAN AGENTS FOR THE "SANITARY TOILET FIXTURES" AND FINE PAPERS. - CALL IN AND EXAMINE THIS UNIQUE TOILET FIXTURE. WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD, OFFICERS. H. P. BALDWIN President J. B. CASTLE First Vice-President W. M. ALEXANDER. ..2d Vlco-Pres't J. P. COOKE Treasure W. O. SMITH Secretary. GEORGE R. CARTER j. Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Herchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com-;,' pany. 1 , Haiku Sugar Company, j' Pala Plantation Company, t Nahlku Sugar Company, . W Klhel Plantation Company, . Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahului Railroad Company, r AND The Calllornla and Orlontal Stoamshlpv Company Twenty-five cents pays for a Want ad in the Star. A bargain. Tas. F. Morgan .President Cecil Brown Vice-President F. Hustace Secretary Chaa. H. Atherton Auditor W. H. Hoogs Treas. and Mgr. TELEPHONE MAIN 295. Htisf ae & Go.. Ltd nncru oarneeir r Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Sptcial attention given to DRAYINQ ALSO, WHITE AND BLACK. SAND t, Union Pacific Railroad i SUGGESTS Speed amd Comfort If I ' , '. j K ,V'vi' Three trams dally through oura iwat and second class to all points. 'Re duced .rates take 'effect soon. today. S. F. Booth, General Agent A- N. 1 Montgomery 'Street San Francisco. ' H. i -v si',,"nBr.i.