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TilH 1I.WAI1AX ITAfl, mtfMHMT, SftVKHMit B, ,
SfVttW CrtL;U SWrt'i
'jl.ot V represent Miiry'H ngo now.
Ann whs then X yonrs old.
2X cqunls 10, which wits Mary's age when she wns 10 years old.
V equals prime
2Vs equals 10, nnd 10 equals the price of a glass or prlino
In per. A glass of prlmo lhgor every day will keep you always
young, healthy nnd Btrong and Ann Is ns old as she looks.
C. BREWER & CO,, LIMITED
I QUEEN STREET,
' HONOLULU H. T.
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.
' ' LI3T OF OFFICERS.
Charles M. Cooke President
Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Pres. & Mgr.
ID. Faxon Bishop. .'..Treas. & Sec'y.
W. F. Allen Auditor
P. C. Jones Director
H. Waterhouse Director
'O R. 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, an& 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 publlsh
l ed three times a week In the Territory.
We take orders for all kinds of printing
P. O. Box 1022. Tel. Vain 428.
Neat and Handsome '
Designs, made to order.
MS, Beretanla Street, near PunchbowL
The Island Meat Company,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS.
Herbert E. Gares, Manager,
Hind, Rolpli & Co., Agents. t
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.
CFV JWF .W "i p
NOW ON AT
CONVENTION TENT Large and
commodious. Just the thing for rail
meetings, in good condition, complete.
will sell cheap.
BUNTING FLAGS one 12-ft., one
18-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 6 Mclntyre Building.
Is the one absolutely sure
remedy for dandruff, be
cause It penetrates the scalp
cleanses It, corrects the
cause of dandruff and hence
STOPS FALLING HAIR
which will surely result in
baldness If allowed to con
tinue. PACHECO'S DANDRUFF
Sold ty all Druggists and
at the Union Barber -Shop.
Telephone Main 232.
Pure, Pale and Sparkling. Bottled
Only at the Brewery in St. Louis.
Twenty-five cents pays for a Want
ad In the Star. A Mirgaln.
CLAIMS THAT lilt N'lCVKR TOLD
CARTUlt 1IH WOULD KBClON AS
Treasurer A. N. Kepolkul yesterday
ovcnlng Bent the following reply to the
lottor of Autlng Governor Crter, pub
lished In The Star yesterday:
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, November 18. 1!)03.
Hon. George It. Carter, Acting Gov
ernor of the Territory, Honolulu.
Sir: Your second letter of this date
Is before me, wherein, in responding to
my letter of declination to resign the
olllce of Treasurer of the Territory, you
Intimate that I have broken faith with
you, nnd have broken my positive
promise to you, in bo declining to re
sign. You are entirely In error -in your
stntement that I nt nny time, much
less on two occasions, made the stnte
ment to you "that It was my Intention
to withdraw nnd leave you free to
select such heads of Departments ns
would work with you, nnd In whom
you could repose every confidence."
Let me recall to your memory Just ,
what occurred upon the only occasion j
when the topic of leslgnations was dls- 1
cussed ueuveen us. 1 was then the ,
first to Inform you that-Mr. Cooper 1
had resigned his offlce as Superintend
ent of Public Works and I stated to
you that 'Mr. Cooper had remarked to
me that his reason for so resigning was
to "give you a free hand." Upon ask
ing you what was meant iuy that
phrase, you remarked that you ex
pected the resignations t nil the heads
of Departments. I replied to that sug
gestion ns follows: "Well, If such Is the
practice, my resignation will be ready
nt the proper time."
Immediately thereafter I spoke with
Governor Dole on the subject, who as
sured me that I was under no obliga
tion to resign, ns my ofllcinl tenure was
fixed by law, and he did not know what
wns the practice usually pursued In re
gard to resignations under such cir
cumstances. Upon further Inquiry nnd study on
my part, I am convinced that It has
never been, and is not now, the prac
tice in the United States for officials
who hold their olflces by a definite le
gal tenure, to resign those offices upon
a change In the personnel of their supe
riors, or even of the Chief Executive
of the Union, or of a State.
Let me cite a few instances In sup
port of this contention. When Pres
ident Johnson undertook to oust Mr.
Stanton from the position of Secretary
of War, in 1S67, his act was alleged as
a basis for his Impeachment, whicn
In 1SS7, when Governor Washington
Bnrtlett, of California, died, and was
succeeded by Lt. Gov. Markham, there
was no suggestion of resignations from
any of the appointees of Governor
Bartlett, other than his personal stnff.
And such has been and Is the current
of practice and precedent in America,
in such cases.
I respectfully invite you to cite a
single case wherein an executive State
or Territorial officer has resigned the
office held by him, to which he was
appointed for a fixed period, and from
which he could not be removed save
with the concurrent action of the Chief
Executive and some co-ordinate au
thority, upon the mere request of the
successor of the official by whom he
iWhlle admitting the practice of res
ignations being usually tendered by
Cabinet officers, and others of like con-,
fldentlal relations to the Executive, up
on a change In the executive office,
yet this practice has never extended
beyond the circle of officials holding at
the pleasure of the executive, which I
understand to be now the law In re
spect of Presidential Cabinet officers.
It has not escaped my attention that,
almost 'before the ink was dry upon
the cablegram announcing your pros
pective appointment as Governor, you
were out in an interview wherein you
in effect demanded the resignations of
all heads of departments. The ex
treme Impropriety of such a course on
your part, at so very early a stage of
your anticipated Incumbency of the ex
ecutive chair, must now be as appar
ent to you as It Is to all the rest of
the community. There nre many who
look upon your premature and frequent
Interviews In this respect as nothing
less than Insulting to the Incumbents
of the offices referred to, and an Im
peachment of the Judgment of the dis
tinguished gentleman to whom they
owe their appointment. And what
ever may have been my views ns to
resigning my office upon the consum
mation of the change In question, your
own most objectionable course In this
regard would of Itself have been suffi
cient to lead me to a change of mind.
However much we may differ as to
what Is my right and duty in the prem
ises, you may safely rely on my hearty
co-operation with you In all matters
calculated to promote the best Inter
ests of the people of this Territory,
without regard to race, creed, color, or
Very respectfully yours,
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Treasurer of the Territory.
AT ST. CLEMENT'S FAIR.
At the St. Clement's fair next Satur
day afternoon and evening, one of the
features will be the Colonial Harvest
Home booth. In charge of 'Mrs. Char
les L. Rhodes. There will be a re
presentation of a reception by the Gov
ernor's lady in colonial times. .Mrs.
Dole will take the part of the Gover
nor's lady, and will be assisted In re
ceiving by Mrs. H. F. Dillingham as
Martha Washington, 'Mrs. W. A. Frear
as a Quakeress, and 'Mrs. Restarick
and Mrs. C. Montague Cooke as Colo
nial Dames. All will be In costume
of the period represented. The re
freshments served at this reception will
'be Boston brown bread, baked beans
nnd coffee. Mrs. Rhodes will be ns
slsted In serving by Mrs. Justice Gal
brutth, Mrs. Francis W. Smith, Mrs,
E. M. Boyd, Mrs. George Smithies, Miss
Luce, 'Miss Constance Restarick, and
Ml$s Marlon Dillingham.
Another feature of the fair will be
an anticipation of the "Pike" which is
planned as one of the great attractions
of the St. Louis Fair next year. Here
will be diversion nnd sport for children
of all ages.
There will bo a symbolic representa
tion of "Autumn" a wine press ubout
Which nre llttlo molds with wreaths
and garlanded hair. This will be
presided over by Miss Blanche Soper
nnd Miss Voro Qreenwell. The fish
I llnt1iit and Mr. Mm-lnlr. In nil
, tb-r Will ho nbf.ii! n iicn hodltn.
nih ntw. if (linn , n relllln Utll
V - .-
Walter tanfnrd'a Company nt play
ers presented "My J 11 ok " last evening
at the Orphi urn Tht-rttre. This play
pioved to be nn of absorbing lnterw)t.
The comedy Is blended with the eetimis
element moat happily, and cttused a
great succesKlmi of In arty laughs. The
nudlencjou were n muii Intereated In
th love scenes of Mary lbbeUou nnd
Pat Dolan, aa In those of Dorothy and
Jnck. The plot of the play carries the
spectator from unglaml to Africa, and
showed some ueautiru Iscenery.
William Desmond played Jack ef
fectively. Walter Stanford gave a
finished performance of Sir Edward
Vnnberg. Griffith Wray presented a
unique characterization as Cairo, the
Greek. And JJart Wallace, Fred Wil
son and Philip Walsh nil did credttuble
work. Miss Ethelle Eurle whs com
manding and -forceful ns the 'blind
mother.. Miss Laura Wall was lovable
us t-.e heroine, and Adelaide smith and
Tommy Shearer gained new admirers
In their comedy scenes. "My Jack"
will be repeated this evening.
Walter Johnson entertained with
some funny sayings and songs between
The cast of characters was as fol
lows: Jack Meredjth, Peter's adopted son..
Sir Edward Vanberg, Baronet
.v Walter Sanford
Clro Pnnltzn, a vagabond Greek....
Peter Meredith, an old, retired sen-
man Bert Wi Wallace
Charles Prescott, an escaped fugitive
Patrick Doolan, on H. M. 'gunboat
"Sea Gull" Tommy Shearer
Cnptnln Hereford, on 11. M. gunboat
"Sea Gull" Philip Walsh
Lieut'. Wcsby on H. M. gunboat "Sea
Gulf...: G. W. Wells
Sergt. Harker of Scotlnnd Yard
Corp. Ferguton, of the 19th Scotch
I n f n n t ry Henry Andrews
Dan, a fisherman W. H. Johnson
Mrs. Prescott, a blind widow
Dorothy Prescott, her daughter
Mnry Ibbetson, landlady of "Buln-
bridge Arms" Adelaide Smith
Fishermen, Villagers, Sailors, Marines.
The following is a synopsis of the
Act. 1, Scene 1 The bench at Fal
mouth, Cornwall, England. Scene 2
Falmouth road, cene 3 The ruined
mill house. Elapse of three months be
tween acts 1 and 2.
Act 2, Scene 1 Peter's cottage. Scene
2 A street near the docks. Scene 3
Deck of H. M. Gun'boat "Sea Gull."
Elapse of six months between Acts 2
.in .13 I
Act 3, Scene 1 Hereford's tent In the .
British lines, Africu. Scene 2 The
open desert. Elapse of three months
between Acts 3 and 4.
Act. 4, Scene Interior of Mrs. Pres-
BINGHAM. At her residence 1433
Alexander Street. Honolulu, Hawaii, I
November 17, 1003, of paralysis agi-
tans after an illness of ten years,
Mrs. Minerva Clarissa Bingham, born
Brewster, wife of Rev. Hiram Bing
ham. She was born In Northampton, '
Mass., October 19, 1S34, and was mar- !
rled to Rev. Hiram Bingham, the
second of that name In connection
with the evangelization of the Paci
11c Islands, November 18, lS3ti. They
soon after sailed lor Honolulu on
the first missionary bark, Morning
Star, and a little later went to Po
nape and -soon afterwards to Aplang,
where they arrived in November, 1857,
and continued In missionary work
among and for the Gilbertese for
many years. Mrs. Bingham assisted
her husband to translate the entire
body of the scriptures Into the Gil
bertese tongue. Besides that she pro- I
pared school text books In the Gil-1
bertese language and wrote and
translated other books of entertain- 1
ment and Information for the sum:
peo pie. Her health utterly falling in j
the Gilbert Islands, Mrs. Bingham1
has resided In Honolulu with her hus
band for many years. She had two
children, one of whom died in the
Gilbert Islands In Infancy. The oth
er is Hiram Bingham, the third of
that name in these islands, who Is '
now an instructor In Harvard Unl- ,
verslty. He was here on a visit to
his parents last August. The funeral'
of Mrs. Bingham took place from the
late residence yesterday afternoon.
The services wer"e conducted by the
Rev. William Morris Klncald. A
quartette consisting of Mrs. Damon,
Mrs. Hare, W. W. Hall and Theodore
Richards sang "Dawn," "We Would
See Jesus," and at the grave "Asleep
In Jesus. The Interment was In the
Bingham plot In Kawalahao church
yard. The pallbearers were: Rev. H.
H. Parker. F. Parker, A. F. Cooke,
Dr. J. M. Whitney, Rev. O. P. Emer
son nnd Dr. W. D. Alexander.
CORN WELL At his residence, Wni
kapu, Maul, November 18, 1903, of
heart disease, Col. William H. Corn
well. He was born In Brooklyn, N.
Y In 1844 nnd came to Hawaii with
his parents when about twelve years
of age. His home had been in the
Hnwaiian Islands ever since. His
life here had been continuously de
voted to sugar planting earlier nnd
cattle ranching later. He was a
colonel on the staff of King Kalnkaua
nnd later o nthe staff of Queen Llll
uokalanl. He wns chosen a mem
ber of the House of Nobles In 1890,
nnd in 1892 and 1893 was twice min
ister of Finance of the Hawaiian
Kingdom, but for a short time only
each time. He was the member of
the National Democratic' Committee
for Hawaii, at the time of his death.
In 1870 he married Miss Blanche Mnc
farlane who died ubout fifteen years
ago. Three children of this marriage,
survive: W. II. Cornwell, Jr., Mrs.
John S. Walker, and Mrs. A, A.
'nraymer. AT)out a year ago Col.
Cornwell married Mrs. Josephine Col
vln, who survives him. Two sisters,
Mis. Wlddlfleld nnd Mrs. Vidn sur
vive him. The body will be brought
to Honolulu nnd the funeral will
probably bo held either on Saturday
PETTUS In San Francisco, Cal., No
vember 9, 1903, Lydla Schallke-Pettus,
formerly of Honolulu, wife of T. A,
I'ettus nnd dearly beloved nnd only
daughter of Mrs. F. W. Schallke, a
native of San Francisco, nged 27
years, 3 months and 29 days.
MOIXI3KXY 11UOC1C, PORT BTH1IET
NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER.
And everything just as represented. Small Musical Instruments.
BY THE LAST GAELIC WE
RECEIVED A LARGE LINE OF
Linen Embroidery, Tea Cloth, Table Covers, Grass Linen
In Circular and Square Patterns
4 These Goods are specially adapted
For the Holiday Trade and t , j
Will be Sold at Special Prices. '
Oriental Bazaar .
Waity Building, King Street, opposite Advcrtisci Office.
Phone White 2746.
Why can we do better than Others ?
We Import nil kinds of building materials direct from the factory, )
Wo manufacture all kinds of mill work. Jj
"We keep a regular gang of carp enters nnd painters. .
We are In a position to take contracts on building, reasonably.
We are glad to see our friends. ' 'TTjO
Oahu Lumber &
P. O. Box, 3G7. Office and yard, King
ADDRESS TO DOLE.
Whereas the business nnd other prop
erty Interests of the Hawaiian Islands
have for the past decade been well and
safely guarded and protected by the
wise nnd conservative policy of the
Honorable Sanford Ballard Dole In his
capacities ns chief executive of the
various governments of these Islands,
Whereas, the President of the United
States has favored this community
with the appointment of Mr. Dole
as Federal Judge to Interpret the Fed
eral laws ns applicable to the Terri
tory of Hawaii, now therefore be lt.
Resolved that the Merchants' As
sociation of Honojulu express its ap
preciation of the great and distinguish
ed services rendered by the Honorable
Sanford Ballard Dole In the past as
well ns its gratification in his np
polntment to the high judicial position
of the United States Judge for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and be it further
Resolved that a copy of these reso
lutions be presented to Judge Dole
and also published In the public press.
The Territorial Band, under the di
rection of Captain Berger, will give a
concert on the roof gnrden of the Alex
ander Young Hotel this evening, begin
ning at 7:30 o'clock. The following Is
March, "Field Signals" (new).Cahnbley
Ballad: "Elua Maka Ullull," by re
Suite: "Scenes Plttoresque"..Massenet
(a) "Hooheno," (b) "LIhl Kai o Ohele."
Miss J. Kelliaa.
.(c) "Wal .Mapuna," (d) "Ahea Oe."
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection, " Itallnn Melodies"
Chorus, "Tannhauser" Wagner
Waltz, "Vienna Blood" Strauss
March, "In High Command" (new)..
"Star Spangled Banner."
Courtney, the Cornell crew coach, has
signed a contract to remain in Ithaca
for the five ensuing year.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm nnd bound to
the affected parts. Is better than any
plaster for lame back or pains in the
side or chest. Chamberlain's Pain
Balm is .1 liniment that has no super
ior. One application gives relief. For
sale by all dealerH. Benson, ' Smith &
Co., general agents.
Walter Sanford Co,
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVE.
The Power of Gold
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY EVE.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVE.
Last Saturday night's audience waB
the largest in the history of Honolulu.
1133 Admissions: '
Corner Hotel and Nuuanu StrcetB.
Building Co., Ltd.
St., opp. Aala Park. Phone White 361
Byron Hot Springs
Only CS Miles From tnn Francisco on
Main Line Southern Pacific Co.
Most Wonderful Springs
HOT SALT. HOT, MUD AND SUL
Fine warm swimming tanks. Drink
ing waters of wonderful curative quail
ties. Pronounced the best in Amarica
for Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatioa and
Thoroughly modern steam heated ho
tel as comfortable In Wintor as Sum
mer. Call at Star Olllce foi booklets, or on
Mr. J. K. Burkett, who kindly allows
the use of his name.
Address, II. R. AVARNER,
Byron Hot Springs, Contra Costa
(Information wnnted regarding 'the
whereabouts of William Webb, alias
Karl Leo, age 56-57 years.
IMPERIAL GERMAN CONSULATE.
During my temporary absence on
the Island of Knual, Dr. Karl Hofmann
of Wuljiatu .will look after my prac
tice. DR. WALTER HOFFMAN.
Notice Is hereby jrlven that, Cheo
Heong Keong, Ah Lin, Young1 How
Bun nnd Wong Nlng, have this day
withdrawn and Leong Hum, Wat Glng.
Wing Ylck Tong and Kwock Tim, havo
been admitted as menders of the firm
of Wing Sing Lee Company doing busi
ness ns taro-planters at Mnnou Valley.
Oahu, T. H.
WING SING LEE COMPANY,
By KOW KAlf.
Dated Honolulu, November 17, 1903.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Ilstate of Annio
Wong, late of Honolulu, Oahu, de
ceased. Order of notice of hecjing petition for
On reading and filing the potltlon of
Wong Chnrlea Ahfook of Honolulu,
Oahu, alleging that AjhiIq Wong of
said Honolulu died intestate nt eahl
Honolulu on 'the fist day of September
A. D, 1903, leaving property In the Ha
waiian Islands necessary to bo admin
istered upon ,nnd praying that lettern
of Administration Issue to him.
It ls ordered, that Monday, tho 7th
day of December A. D 1903, at 10
o'clock A. M., bo and Itoreby Is ap
pointed for hearing wild petition in tho
Court a-oom of this court at Honolulu,
Oahu, at which time and plaoo all per
sons concerned may appear and show:
cnuse, If nny they have, why said peti
tion should not bo grunted, and that
notice o fthls order bo published In tho
English language onco a week for throe
successlvo weeks In tho Hnwaiian Stac
newspaper In Honolulu,
Dated at Honolulu, Nov. 5, 1903.
J. T. DE BOLT,
First Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
Attest: P. D. KBLLKTT, JR., '
Clork of tho Circuit Court of the First
Twenty-five cents pays for a Want
ad In the star, A bnrraln. ;