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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1003.
A Pelican Will Swallow Anything
But the Wise Man Demands the Best
NOT PRESERVED "WITH
& CO., LIMITED
HONOLULU H. T.
. . .AGENTS FOR...
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar
Company, Walluku Sugar Company,
Ookala Sugar Plantation Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala
Planters' Line Shipping Company.
Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos
ton P kets.
LIST OP OFFICERS.
Charles M. Cooke President
Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Pres. & Mgr.
B. Faxon Bishop. ...Treas. & Sec'y.
"W. F. Allen Auditor
V. C. Jones Director
H. Waterhouse Director
O H. Carter Director
All of the above named constituting
the Board of Directors.
'A. fine large Building lot on the
.lopes of Punchbowl graded and ter
raced, and commanding a beautiful
view 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
ears. 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.
Lowney's Celebrated Chocolates re
duced to 60 cents per pound. The most
delicious candy in the world!
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
Sole Agents for the Territory of
The Sun Chung Xwock Bo, Ltd., ha
removed to King streo:, between Smith
and Maunakea streets In the new build
ing of the United Chinese Society.
The only Chinese newspaper publish
ed three times a week In the Territory.
"We take orders for all kinds of printing
In Chinese, etc.
P. O. Box 1022. Tel. Main 428.
The Island Meat Company,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS.
Herbert E. Gares, Manager. ,
Hind, Rolph & Co., Agents. " .....
' Located on Fort Street, opposite Love Building.
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Supply of Island Turkeys Now On
Hand From Kahikinui Ranch
Orders for Thanksgiving Turkeys Now Taken
A supply of the finest quality of Island meats, poultry and game,
together with all other market goods, also imported goods which are
in demand by the public will always be on hand.
Telephone Main 76. Honolulu, T. H.
NOW ON AT
SAN FRANCISCO TO
Less Than 3 Days
AND NEW YORK
3 Days 19 Hours
EVERY DAY TRAIN
Bath, Barber, Buffet, Library,
Electric Lights, Heading Lamps,
in Every Berth, Observation Car
E. O. McCORMICK
Passenger Traffic Manager
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Passenger Agent.
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA.
CONVENTION TENT Large and
commodious. Just the thing for rally
meetings, in good condition, complete.
Will sell cheap.
BUNTING FLAGS one 12-ft., one
lS-ft. American Flags. But little used;
for sale at a bargain.
TELESCOPE An excellent Telescope
Field Glass, with fine lense, In good
KNOCK-ABOUT BUGGY Canopy
Top, side spring, well Ironed: will sell
with or without Pole and Yokes.
WALTER C. WEEDON,
Room 5 Mclntyre Building.
A LARGE 0E
REMAINS OF THE LATE LEADER
INTERRED IN THE KINO STREET
The remains of the late R. W. Wilcox.
were followed to the King street ceine-
tery yesterday nfleinotin by a long pro-1
cesslon or mourners. Services were
held In the Cntholic Cathedral nt two
o'clock, an Immense crowd gathering
to attend the services. The streets were
lined with people who had gathered to
watch the procession.
The procession started at 3'4:i headed 1
by a platoon of police. There was ,
nothing spectncular about it and the ,
line moved slowly along without music
save for the notes of n cornet, snare
nnd life, and the sounds of u big and
little drum. There were two or three
hundred Hawaiian women marching
and the hearse was drawn by a couple
of hundred poolas. At the cemetery
the government band met the proces
sion and played funeral music while
the remains were carried to the grave.
Bishop Libert conducted the final ser
vices. The crowd in nnd about the
cetnetprv wns nn Immpiisc nno. TIip nr.
der of procession was as follows, the ,
titles of royalty being those given by
those In charge of the funeral.
Marshal of the Day.
S. C. Dwlght, leader, and the Hui Hoo-
kuonoono Olwl Hana.
William Kalelhula, leader, and the Hul
Members of the Home Rule Party.
Executive Comiutltr. of, the Home Rule
Hui Poolas drawing the hearse.
Honorary pallbearers: G. C. Beckley,
Ella Long, Palmer Woods, C. P.
Iaukea, Frank Harvey, David Not
ley, J. II. Boyd, A. Fernandez, J. E.
Bush, Sam Nowleln, C. W. Ashford,
T. C. Pollkapa.
Pallbearers: J. W. Blplkane, D. DamI- . reading; Mrs. E. W. Jordan, Miss Hlg
. en, Charles Notley, D. Kalauokala- gn3 and tne General Secretary, will
nl, Jr., J. M. Poepoe, R. N. Boyd. J. ench spe.lk of different phases of the
C. Lane, J. K. Prendergast, WH- work nnd Miss Gertrude Ht.11 will
Ham Mossman, Jr., J. A. Akina, sn;. A cordial invitation Is extended
William White. to all the association members and
j.ne oruer ot tne carriages anu ui-ir
uccupaius is as iouows:
irincess 'rneresa uwana wncox,
Prince Keoua Wilcox, Princess Ka
ohi Kapumahana Wilcox.
W. S. Wilcox, Mrs. W. F. Shcrratt and
Charles Wilcox, wife nnd children.
Mrs. Gohler, E. Wilcox and R. Wilcox.
John Wilcox, Mary and Anna Wilcox.
Mrs. E. Johnson and Stone.
William White and wife.
Mrs. J. A. Akina and family.
Sam Akl nnd family.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Manase.
Mrs. Kahulht Wilcox.
High Chlefess E. K. Kekaanlauokalaa'.
High Chlefess Lucy K. Peabody.
High Chlefess KalanI Klekle Henrique
High Chief O. Makninae.
High Chief A. K. Paleknluhl.
Princess Mnry Kunulakea.
Princess Hoonanea Simerson.
Princess Malaea Knhnaweani.
Princess Mary Klnoole Allau.
Princess Methau Beckley.
Princess Kahapula Beckley.
Princess Hannah Boyd and sister.
Sam KamalopllI and wife.
Princess Kahalelaukoa Booth.
Princess D. Hoapill.
President D. Kalauokalanl and wife.
Vice-President J. P. Makalnai and wife
Rep. D. M. Kuplhea and wife.
J. M. Kealoha and wife.
Members of the Legislature.
DOUBLE BAND CONCERT.
The Territorial Government Band and
22nd Infantry Band will both play at
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel this Monday
evening at 7 o clock.
By the 22nd Infantry Band, Emil
March, "Jack Tar" Sousa
Overture, "Jolly Robbers Suppe
Paraphrase, "Melodle In F.Rubensteln
Selection, "Prince of Pllsen".. ..Luders
Spanish Fantasia, "La Rose de Cas-
Potpourri, "The Storks" Chopin
"Star Spangled Banner."
By the Territorial Government Band,
Capt. Henri Berger,' Director.
March, "Imperial Edwards" Sousa
Overtural, "Festival" Weber
Chorus, "Tannhauser" Wagner
Vocal, 4 Hawaiian Songs.Ar. by Berger
Intermezzo, "Anona" .Mabel McKlnley
Waltz, "Wedding of the Winds". .Hall
"God Save the King"
"Star Spangled Banner."
At the request of Captain Berger no
carriages will be allowed to drive in
the front grounds of the hotel after
the concert commences to disturb tht
players of either band. Ropes will be
strung across the front entrance to pre
vent such annoyance. Carriages may,
however, drive In the rear 'entrance of
the hotel. After the band concert thu
22nd Infantry band will play for an In
formal dance for the officers ana ladles
from the Sheridan In the open lanals of
the hotel. The Hawaiian Quintette
Club will also play for the dance and
during the dinner hour at the special 1
request of the commanding officer and .
other officers. A special Invitation Is
extended by the management of tho
hotel to society people to attend the
concert and dance and Join In enter
taining the visitors from the army
transport. 1,. iLsSiJl
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES.
Judge De Bolt on Saturday overruled
tho demurrer in the case of the Kaplo
lanl Estate Vs. Mary H. Atcherly, al
lowing the defendant fifteen days In
Which to answer.
A demurrer has been filed by tho
trustees of the estnte of the late James
Campbell, In tho suit brought ngalnst
them by Knllua (w.), who claims" to
have been forced to nlgn a deed by
Campbell, nearly ten years ago.
In the case of S. M. Ballou vs. tho
Mutual Telephone Company a demur
rer has been filed by the defendant.
NATIONAL MILITIA LAW.
Col. Jones of the National Guard has
received from the AVnr Department
copies of a mllltla law which tho Ter
ritorial legislature Is asked to ennct. A
similar law Is sent to every state and
territory, with a view to having the na
tional guards nil on the smile basis.
The law does not differ materially from
thu one which the Hawaiian legislature
The report of the marriage of F. S,
Lyman to Doctor Knthailne Mnckay
surprised Hllo people last week. The
marriage took plnce at, the coast and
the bride and groom nrfe expected hero
nt any time. Dr. Mnckay practiced
here for n short time a few years ago.
McALPINE At the Home for Incura-
bles, Saturday evening, November 7,
l'J03, of dropsy, Miss E. McAlplne,
formerly a well known teacher of the
piano. The funeral was held Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock from II. 11. Wil
liams' undertaking parlors.
nrvntTT.-At Rnnioiiviiii rr-n.,n, 1V
Jlnul November 2, 1903. Edmond S.,
E1,ieat Bon 0f Mr. and Mrs. V. F.
pn-p. niTe,i 22 ve.a and 3 months.
REPORT OF MASSACRES.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
COLON, November 3. Humors that
Americans nnd foreigners nre being
massacred bv the Colombians are not
DOWAGER AFRAID OF TROUBLE.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
PEKING, November 0. The old Em-
press Dowager Is making preparations
for a. hasty (light. She fears trouble
In the present difficulties between Jnp
nn nnd Russia.
KAISER HAS LARYNZ REMOVED.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
BERLIN, November 9. Dr. Polprus,
the famous German physician has re
moved Emperor William's lnrynz. The
operation was successful. The disease
was not a malignant one.
The Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation will hold services as on Associa
tion week at the Y. M. C. A. rooms to
morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Miss Lenji Templeton, chairman of
the Devotional Committee, will pre-
ship. ATrM. Mtipldpv will plvo n Titian
their friends to attend this special an-
The volcano Is reported to be more
active than ever. The latest reports
are from the Volcano House, where the;
view is said to be very fine. Tuesday the auwal adjoining Hapuna, 50 links
night the light over the mountain from the East corneu-of the kuleana of
showed up very brilliant. The fire or'Hnupu, and running;
reflection has not been visible from HI-) n. 52' 30' W., 990 links 'along Ha
lo for some days owing to unfavorable, Pifna to -ridge, and then return to
cloudness. A party from the other side place of commencement;
went up last Sunday and they report j s. 77 W., 50 links along East corner
mat tne action 111 tne crater as won-
derful as ever was and well worth the
trip to see. Hllo Tribune.
"I am satisfied with the result of the
election," said Senator Kalauokalanl.
President of the1 Home Rule party yes
terday. "I don't know about a contest," con
tinued Knlauoknlanl. "It is still In the
hands of the committee. I am satis
fied though. The Home Rulers did good
work. I got Maui, most of East Ha-
wall and nearly half of West Hawaii.
Then I got one man on Kauai and i
about half of Oahu. I am satisfied with
GEN. MILES' FORMER AIDE HERE.
Lieutenant Colonel Maus who pass
ed through Honolulu over a year ago
as an nide-de-camip to Lleutenant-uen-eral
Miles is a passenger on the troop
ship Sheridan en route to .the Philip
pines. Colonel Mous and General
wfirf rnhherl dllrlnrr their visit
In this port, but the valuables were re- !
covered by Chestor Ioyle.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup, whooping cough and lniluenza.
It has become famous for Its cures of
these diseases over a large part of the
civilized world. The most Mattering
testimonials have been received, giving
nccou.i s of Its good works; of the ag
gravating nnd persistent coughs it has
cured; of severe colds that have yield
ed promptly to Its toothing effects, and
of the dangerous attacks of croup It
has cured, often raving the life of the
child. Tho extensive ue of It for
whooping cough has shown that it robs
that disease of all dangerous results.
It Is especially prized by mothers be
cause It contains nothing Injurious and
there Is not the least danger In giving
It, even to babies. It nlwoys cures and
cures quickly. For sale by all dealers.-
Benson, Smith & Co., General agents
Twenty-five cents pays for a Wart
ad in the Star. A bargain.
may be cured. Don't neglect your
symptoms. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
is a great heart and blood tonic about
which you will lisirn ft grout deal and also
about heart trouble by sriidlnK postal for
free book 011 diseases of the hrnrt nnd nnrrsa.
Do. Miuia Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind.
By virtue of a Decree made and sign
I ed by the Honorable W. J. Robinson,
Third Judge of the Circuit Court fpr
the First Circuit of the Territory of
Huwail, dated October 31st, 1903, nnd
filed In that certain eult in equity
pending In said Court and before said
Judge at Chambers, wherein Kapiolanl
Estate Limited et nl are Plaintiffs,
and R. William Holt, and George H.
Hol't nre Defendants, the undersigned,
William Blnisdell, who has been nnd Is
nppolnted the Cbmtviissloner of said
Circuit Court for the purpose of exe
cuting said Decree, and has duly nnd
regularly qualified as such Commis
sioner, Will offer for sale, at public
auction, nt the front door of tho Court
House. Alllolnnl Hnlo, In the city of
Honolulu, In snld Territory, nt 12
o'clock noon on Tuesday the 17th lay ot
December 1003. nil and singular the fol
lowing dscrlbwl property, and nil nnd
singular the right, title nnd Interest
therein of snld R. William Holt and of
Georgo H. Holt, that Is to say:
All that certain 'tract, piece or pnreel
of land situated 1n Kalaepan, Kallhl,
IVIoIlVlIIsr"V 1JLOCIC, PORT HTRBUT
Goo KLiira. dfe Co., 83"? """
PERRY BLOCK, Comer Hotel and Nutianu Street.
NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER.
And everything just as represented. Small Musical Instruments,
Waity Building, King Street, opposite Advertiser Office.
Phone White 2746. (
Whycan wedobetter tlianOthers?
We Import all kinds of building materials direct from the factory,
We manufacture all kinds of mill work.
We keep a regular gang of carp enters and rainters.
We are in a position to take contracts on building, reasonably.
We are glad to see our friends. '"'5-?'55
Oahu Lumber &
P. O. Box, 3S7. Office and yard. King
Honolulu aforesaid, bounded and des
cribed as follows
Commencing at the East corner
mauka at a stone on the East edge of
N. 4G 30' W., 332 links;
S 43 43' W., 751 links;
S. 53 E.. 343 links;
'N. 3S E., 23 links along Haupu to
S. 51 E., 53 links;
S. 22" 30' W., 298 links;
S. 35 30' W., 3S0 links along Pohakn-
lawala to Luaia;
N. 43 30' W., 410.1lnks;
N. 36" W., 710 links nlong nuwnl nd
Jblning Lunla ridge; thence running
11 chains to place of commencement.
Conf.i'inlng an area of 10.3S-100 ncres
and being the same premise described
an Apana 4 in Royal Patent (Urant)
No. 2921 to J. Sllva; nnd being the
same premises described In n certain
mortgage executed by said R. William
Holt nnd George H. Holt and dated the
5th dny of October 1900, and recorded
In the Hawnllan Registry of Deeds In
Liber 214 at Page 27C.
Terms f pale: Ten per cent of the
purchase price to bo paid in United
Sates Gold Coin upon the fait of the
hammer: the balance In like Gold Coin
to .be paid upon ithe 'tender of a deed
executed by the un'dersigned Commis
sioner of said premises, nfter confirma
tion of sale by snld court.
For further particulars npply to
Clarence W. Ashford, -Attorney for
said Plaintiffs, Rooms 2 nnd 4, ka-
plolnnl Building, 'Honolulu.
'Dated this 7th day of November 1903.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS
A land license for a period of 50
years, to collect, divert and sell tne
surface water and power produced
therefrom, upon and from the public
lands, situate on the Island ot Hawaii
and lying between tho soa on the
North; Walplo Valley on tho East;
Wnlplo Valley and the boundary line
between the lands of Laupahoehoe 1
and 2, Nakooka, Apua, Walkapu, and '
Honopue on one side and the lands of
Puuknpu and Kawalhae 1, on the other
side, until such line reaches an eleva
tion of 4200 feet, thence a contour line
of 4200 feet elevation to Honokano on
the South, and the land ot Honokano
and the private land of Awlnl on the
West, subject to existing vested rights
of private parties In such waters, will
be offered at Publlo Auction on Mon
day, November 30, 1903, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front entrance of the Judi
Persons competing at this sale will
bid upon tho rate per cent of the net
revenues of tho enterprise carried on
under such license, to be paid annually
to the government of the Territory of
Hawaii, from and after the third year
of the term of such license.
A bond of $10,000 will bo required on
surety satisfactory to the Government,
conditioned on tho due performance of
the requirement that $10,000 be expend
ed on construction -within 18 months,
From tho beginning of tho term of the
license $500 shall bo paid by the holder
thereof to tho government, seml-an
nually In advance Irrespective of such
rate per cent; the first payment of 1500
Building Co., Ltd.
St., opp. Aala Park. Phone White 36L
to be made at the fall of the hammer.
by paying the same to the Commission
er of Public Lands. Upset 5 per cent
on the net revenues. Any bid than on
percentage of the net revenues will not
Full Information In regard io other
conditions of such license will be fur
nished at the office of the Commission
er of Public Lands.
E. S. BOYD.
Commlslsoner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office,
October 22, 1903.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
SHOP & CO.
Transact business In all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on The Hank of Call
fornlu and N. M. Rothschild & Sous,
Correspondents: Tho Unnk of Cali
fornia, Commercial Hunk lug Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., Loudon.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Interest allowed on term deposits at
the following rates per annum, viz.:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Thre months, at 3 per cent. j
Six monthB at 3 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent. '
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable Papers, Wills, Bonds, Etc.,
received for eafe-keeplng.
Auditors for .Corporations and Pri
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Deposits received and Interest allow
ed at V per cent per annum, In accord
ance -with Rules and Regulations,
copies of -which may be obtained on
Agents for FIRE, MARINE, LIFE.
ACCIDENT AND EMPLOYERS' LIA
BILITY INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
CO. OF HAWAII, LTD.
President t Cecil Brown
Vice-President M. P. Itoblnson
Cashier W. O. Coopec
Principal Office: Corner Fort and
King streets. ,
SAVINGS DEPOSITS, received and
interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 Per cont Pr annum. 1
Rules and regulations furnished up-,
on application. .J
. VV. bfjLi. .