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TJIH HAWAIIAN STAR, Kill DAY, NOVHMIIUll 20, 1003.
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It Uu-U" d n At Unllrll ,c mi nvFR Hawaii
Wo have paid special attention to our art goods and Kovo the de
partment under a competent head, who has an abundance of the new
est Idensnnd will make suggestions of value to you In vour work.
Among our art poods are new lines of FILO, ROPE,' TWIST and
EMBROIDERY SILKS, IN ALL COLORS.
Our Silks are nil In holders which are savers of time and money,
as there can be no entangling.
In replenishing our art department we have made our lino com
plete In the following: CARLSON & CURRIER Knitting Silks, n
full line of colors, at 40c. a spool. ICE WOOL, SHETLAND FLOSS
and QERMANTOWN WOOL, In all colors.
SPANGLES and JEWELS, gold, silver and steel beads.
NEW TOWEL RINGS.
EMBROIDERY HOOPS In all sires.
FLOSS and DOWN Pillows, all sizes, Floss pillows from 30c ip.
PIN CUSHIONS, ready for covering, in round, oblong and square,
all sizes, from 8c upwards.
NOVELTY PILLOW TOPS, an assortment of unique and latest
SILK and MERCERIZED CORDS, In solid colors and combina
tions of colors.
BATTENBERG and LACE BRAIDS of all kinds In white, cream
STAMPED PATTERNS, In battenberg and lace work including
Stole Collars, Etorts, Hip Yokes, Handkerchiefs, Doylies, Center
Stamped Linen Goods In great variety.
Hemstitched and drawn linens, in lunch cloths, scarfs, tray cov
ers, runners, etc.
Corner Fort and
Is what one of our leading plantation men says he gets , from
wearing "SCRIVENS IMPROVED PATENT ELASTIC
Nothing to Tip or tear, fit comfortably and snugly, are self
adjusting, and do not bind about the hips and legs.
They are cool in summer, warm in winter.
Especially adapted for use by heavy, stout men.
See the display of these model garments in our Merchant
street window. Try a pair; you will never regret it. ,
MERCHANT AND FORT STREETS.
r $2.00 rer
geer Camara & Company,
Tvlcxtior Do til or-6
NEWSPAPER FOR WOMEN.
Xondon Is to have a dally newspaper
for women, to be known as the Daily
Mirror, which Is certainly a felicitous
title. It Is to be published by Alfred
Harmsworth, which makes it certain
that It will be conducted with energy
and with a regard to the supposed .de
mands of the public. At ,the same time,
the Paris Fronde, noteworthy as entlre-
Our rule Is to treat all
1 , patrons alike giving the
small customer and' the
" large the same courteous
service. If you want a
6O0 safe deposit box, or a
large or small insurance
" policy, or a surety bond,
" of any sort or size, we'll
. ' ..serve you gladly. Henry
' Waterhouse Trust Com
t I pany, Ltd., corner Fort
, ,, and Merchant Sts.
Look carefully Into our stock of
end when you eee them.
Our $2.00 Negligees are within the
Our J1.0Q Monarch Shirts aro In
fill El, I
Corner flercliant and Alakea Streets
Telephone Main 492
ly the work of women, from writing
and editing to composition and print
ing, has. closed Its brief but interest
HABIT OP SAVING.
Bank of Hawaii Savings Department
Doing Good Work.
A house to house canvas will be made
by representatives of the Savings De
partment of the Bank' of Hawaii. It
Is hoped to pluce one of the little au
xiliary banks in every house In Hono
lulu. The possession of one of the
little safes is a constant reminder to
put away a little money every day and
at Intervals deposit same with the
Bank of Hawaii and then your savings
will draw 4V4 Per cent interest.
Those who have the habit of saving
only know ow quickly money accumu
lates. It has been truly said that' ''a,
thousand men win competency by
quietly saving their money, where one
gets rich by speculation,'
Secure, one of the little bakns, take
It home and commence to drop a coin
in and keep up the practice every day.
You will be surprised to know that In a
very short time you will have a bunch
of mopey. Take the little safe to the
'Bank of Hawaii every 30 days or so
and have the amount credited In your
pass book. The savings department
Is open on Saturday night between 7
and 8 o'clock for people who cannot
get around during regular banking
Chicago Is 100 years old and like some
other centenarians has smoked nearly
all Its life, as Its atmosphere plainly
shows, The Chicago News.
search Is likely to
of elegant ap
excellent designs and worth half oa
ing of the igth inst., you evidently
veracity between ourselves, and leave it to public opinion.
"Fon some time I have made it a habit to dictate the substance of
important interviews immediately upon their conclusion, while the
'matter is fresh in my mind and before circumstances change.
"This memorandum shows that my first interview with you was on
Oct. 31, and that I asked you point blank if it was satisfactory for you
to put in your resignation, and you replied. 'Certainly.' You also'-said
that you knew it was in accordance
"My second interview was on
win left. Of this I have no memorandum, but you mav remember my
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asking if I could depend on your statement, and your words, as near as ,
I can recollect, were: 'Yes, I'll resign all right, but I am going to pack
my trunk for Maui first.
California looks to its entire Congressional delegation not only to
vote against thc Cuban reciprocity bill, but to fight it tootii and nail
until it is beaten forever. For failure in this the people will accept no
excuse, no matter if shifty politicians did succeed in preventing our
legislature from positively "instructing" our Senators. The stifling of
those resolutions of instruction, which had passed the Assembly, was
thc result of trades in which offices were the consideiation, as the peo
ple well know. It will not save from public execration any member of 1
our delegation who votes to sacrifice the industries of California on the
altar of executive favor. Captain Daniels of the Eighth district is al- j
ready in Washington and announces his intention to fight. There is no
doubt that he will do so and win credit thereby, but it will be a shame '
jf the old members leave him, a new-comer, to bear thc chief burden of
the COlUCSt. 1
One strong point of vantage from which to assail the adversaries of
prosperity will be the danger of insufficient revenue. The enormous
Treasury surpluses of recent years have been due to the phenomenal
prosperity of thc country. It is certain that thc aggregate volume of
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business will not continue to increase as it has been doing, and m some
lines of business there is already a fallimr off. The nroditrious number
ui iuuui suii.a liming uiv luai
ing power of the people.
the steel trade, American plants have
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demands, and there have been large
importations will now stop, as there is now no industry behind its or
ders. That this is no figment of the imagination is shown by the fact
that for the first time in years, except in the month of July, there was
last month a deficit in our Treasury transactions. That deficit was
mainly caused by a falling off in customs receipts of $3,881,738, as
compared with those of October, 1902. Customs receipts vary directly
with the prosperity of the country. In 1893 they were $203,355,017,
while the next year they fell to $131,818,530, and did not again reach
the figures of 1890-93 until 1899. It was-the deficiency in our customs
revenue resulting from the abandonment of protection which reduced
the Cleveland administration to the
bonds to "pay current expenses and
To remove 25 per cent of the duty
000,000 annually of reyenue, and the Treasury cannot spare the money.
As times have been it might not be missed, but it would be crazy finan-'
ciering to rely on the continuance of
ly easy for Congress to produce a largetTeficit by impairing the 'protec-j
tion to American industries. It would be disgraceful for the Repub-
hcan party to do so. It would be traitorous to California Congressmen
to neglect any opportunity to defeat it When such deficit is to be pro-
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Dispatches from Budapest give news of Emperor Francis Joseph's
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temporary bridging of the widening rift between Austria and Hungary
by granting important concessions to the Liberal party of thc Magyar
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state of practical anarchy since September 30, the date of the fall of
Count Hedavarv's Ministrv. the lenders in tlir Hnnrrnrinn Pnrlinnipnt
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horse of that remarkable Hapsburg
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lias perforce decreed that the Hungarian tongue shall be spoken in thc
military colleges of the eastern kingdom of the dual monarchy instead
of German, and that Hungarian officers shall be transferred from Aus -
tr.ian regiments to tliose of their
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wintii nas uucn birauuiig me uantis
gary since June 8, 1867, the day when I'rancis Joseph, Emperor of Ausi
tna, became King of Hungary. I he stormy meetings of the joint
houses of both countries have become a byword in the mouth of the na
tions, but few besides the trained diplomats have troubled themselves reviewed in the current number of
to look below the surface and see the fundamental causes of tlle long g'rSon T' Hl?? ?SSSV
continued strife between Teutonic Austria and Slavic Hungary;- The orthopedic surgery in the Cornell Uni
bitter quarrel over the seemingly trivial question' of 'whether the officer 1 ver8lty M.eHeal College, contradictory
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equivalent is onlv a straw which noints the wind.
The Austro-Hungarian state is manifestly an artificial union. There
is a King over both component parts of the empire who by his personal -
uy alone lias been able to bold together the divergent halves of the dual
Government. Tariff and educational questions have been fought out in -
cessantly. The growing influence of the German empire in thc Aus -
trian half of the empire has estranged the nobles of Hungary more ami
more. Hungary leels that the Austrians have been encouraging the
revolts ot the Croats atramst her authority. Hut the : nrimn fnrtnr in the
spirit of disunion springs from the eternal antipathy of race aipinst.ftiJr
rare I lip iinnimiMPDl Tlom.n .with lw. K , TnvinH.. '. 1 a - t.n nrlDAU , . .1 .... rt-
his veins and stiff with the pride of an ancient succession of Kings, can
not be yoked with the equally proud Austrian, whose house of Haps
burg has ruled since the Crusades.
Napoleon found the spirit of nationality first in downtrodden Spain
and he was finally ejected from thc peninsula. The reactionary Con
gress of Vienna tried to weld Belgium and Holland into an artificial
state nearly a hundred years ago and their work was undone by revolu
tion. Austria tried later to make herself supreme over an Austrian
Italy, but she was turned back by Victor Emmanuel, the Sardinian, So
inevitably there must come the severance of the false bonds which
tether the one to the other alien nationalities. When death removes
Francis Joseph, the personal factor which has kept his inharmonious
union intact, Europe may see Hungary resume her position as an hide
pendent power. S. F. Call.
BEST WOMAN RIDER.
The best "young woman rider in the world is Miss Lucille Mul
hall, who is known in Indian territory as the "queen of the range." She
is only 18 years old, but last week she won the $1000 congest prize in ai
great southwestern contest, roping "her third steer, in the remarkable
time of 40 seconds. Miss Mulhall is said to be as expert in-the draw-
Hig-rouni us in uie euquei 01 uie
intend to make the issue
otic 01 I
with American custom and prece-
Nov. 2nd, the day before Mr. Bald-1
ucia lunai 1111 juii v.vi lui jjiu.iiuo
industries, like certain branches of
been unable to supply American
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importations paying duty. Such
humiliating necessity of issuing:
support the credit of our currency'.1
on sugar would cut off at least $I5,-,LIPE OF DECK passengers on
such prosperity. It will be perfect-
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mc .nuucc aiiu 111c uatuuiib wiicci-
tandem will swing into the middlo
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littli. nf tlw nnli'tiVnl mnJI nnri imnMo
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01 union oetween USina antl nun-
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STEAMER MAUNA IDA RETURN
ED WITH NEWS OF WEATHER
ON BIG ISLAND.
The entire Island of Hawaii bus been
experiencing splendid rains the last
week. Purser Conkllng of the steamer
rainuna Loa which arrived this morn
lnK from nor regular run to Hawaii
cSnd&Hnwi.1" " th Weuther
At Kau thc heaviest fall of rain oc-
cured Katurilnv nnd Ktinitnv In nvon
fell in that section of Hawaii, in
Hnmakuti 4 Inches of rnln has fallen
In a period of four days while In Kona
the rainfall has been extensive. The
weather has otherwise, been good on
the big island.
The Mauna Loa brought a good sized
amount of freight with her. Sho had
4.700 bags of sugar which Is being load
ed Into the bark Andrew Welch.
Pahala mill started grinding day and
night last Monday.
nEMAINS OF DEAD national
committeeman brought from
MAUI ON THB mauna loa.
Tlle remains of the late Colonel w. 11.
Cornwell arrived this morning on the
steamer Mauna Loa from Maul. Ac-
companying the body were the widow
Qoriweii)Jr.?3and Mrs. a? ABraymer,'
a daughter of the deceased. Mrs. J.
Cornwell. a sister-in-law, also uccom-
panled the body.
Ti,0 remains were .taken to the un-
dertnking parlor this morning and
be removed to the
The Masons win watch at the bier
Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The Masonic Ritual will be conducted
at the Temple -Sunday afternoon after
which the body v:il be removed to
Central Union church where the funer
al services will be conducted at 3
Honolulu Commandery, No. 1, IC T.,
will attend the funeral.
steamer ke au hou saved by
chief engineer Gardner.
The trip of the steamer
flom Honolulu to Kauai
Ke Au Hou
"orn Honolulu to Jvaual ports this
jn recent years. The vessel run into
heavy northerly swell with heavy
. IIUI II1-IIUI IJICUKL HillUB. OIIK ttllluullll-l
ed the bad weather shortly after she
cleared Kuena Point and got into the
So rough was the weather that Cap
tain Tullett had to put his vessel out
ol her course and run before the sea.
One sea aftqr another boarded the vea
I sel. The cabins were llooded. Numer-
oua colls ot 'ro" on the hurricane deck
were washed loose from Uie lashings
and 8Wept overboard.
For a while the deck passengers were
i danger. A Portuguese woman would
have b(;en 8W(;pt overboard but for Ule
bravery of Chief Engineer Gardner. A
big sea caught up the woman and
swept her toward the rail. The wo
man woum certainly have been washed
overboard. Gardner saw her danger
nnd grabbed her. He was washed
nKiUnst the stanclllolli hl8 head striking
with great force. He was almost knock-
ed unconscious but managed to hold
weather .was so bad that Captain Tui
let took all of the decs passengers Into
tne cabins. The vessel wus not datn-
aged by the storm. She arrived this
morning from Kauai ports,
DR. LORENZ'S VISIT.
The results of Dr. t.orenz's visit are
operated on by uie Austrian surgeon
have been circulating, and Dr. Shaf-
JK' ionB S
; the reduction of a dislocated hip is not
f'ew' 0Ul ,Boes ,ar UUCK ln CUBes tnat
lonIy a few years ago regarded a cure
vatom,,asnTDach.vemen3 are 'con:
ceded to mark an era in orthopedic sur-
gery. itr. snarter regards mm as a
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Lorenz ln the United States, so far as
can be learned by Dr. Shaffer, all of the
patients were bcnclltted by the opera
tion, even where a perfect replacement
was not obtained, and In most instan
ces thera was entire success., ,Tho Lo
llta Armour case, which brought Dr.
Lorenz tof tho United Suites, Is oho' put
dowp ns not wholly successful; Both of
the child's hips were dislocated when
Dr. John Rldlon of Chicago was orlg
Innlly called into tho case. Ho employ
ed the Lorenz method In all particulars,
and succeeded as to the left hip, but
the other relapsed, and It was then that
the Vienna surgeon was brought over.
Dr, Shaffer continues:
It wns under theso circumstances and
after tho right hip had relapsed that
Dr. Lorenz wns called upon. TIiq left
hip did not require his services, nnd the
result, so fur as that hip Is concerned,
was apparently satisfactory and has
required no attention wince, Dr, Lor
enz operated upon tho relapsed right
hip. Tho result, I am told, Is not a
perfect ropoaltlon although tho limb is
performing Hh functions well. It seems
probable that a defective socket or
some other obstacle made u perfect re
covery Impossible. i,
Ah tlir Loren method win brin au
lawfully used by Ati1tWin MHKonn
. previously, Dr. Shaffer Uwn not regard
the visit of th nmnter In thin line t
worlc ns of iniHirtunrt in revolting h
inw cllwovery or Introduelng 1 ti (
Anwrlcun medical profrMilmt tlt new
j method. Its rewl Importune lias In Urn
public attention and lntorent whlth the
I visit aroused concerning the oh re hm!
I treatment of deformert and arlpi!
children. In this respect the vlult inttt
prove of lasting nnd benocial miun.
FOR KAPIOLANI HOMI5.
Mrs. J. M. Dowsett yesterday re
ceived from Mrs. S. Allin n check
for ffSO for the Kupiolunl MntetnHy
Home. Mrs: Allen wtltes that sho
was not hero when the subset tptlons
were taken for the bulldlnir fund if th
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nome. nnu she Is nnx ons lipln alnnv
the work. The gift is much appreci
ated by Mrs. Dowsett and all of.
those Interested In the work at the
Knplolnnl Maternity Home.
NTK W A 0 VKiiTlSKM KflTS.
The President of the United States
having appointed Thursday, the 2th
day of Novem'bcr, as a day of pralso'
and Thanksgiving to Almighty God, tt
Is our duty ns loyal Amprlenjj, citizens
to Join upon .that day In thanking Goa
for His goodness to us In the past,anl '
In beseeching Him to rontlnue'and ex
tend to us His mcicies ln' the future.
While In our early experience with a
Republican form of Government we
should pray for strength and guldaricc
to wUely. honestly and fearlessly ;peji-"
hold, thi privileges nlreajly accorded to
this Territory by the United States" of
Our rejoicings on this day ot Thanks
giving should be accompanied by a
sense of grave duty that will enable
us to show In the years to come, that
the responsibility which has been given
us shpll not have b en misplaced.
NOW THEREFORE, I. George R.
Carter, Acting Governor of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, hereby recommend that
all our people do, on Thursday, the
Wth day of November next, render
thanks unto Almighty God in their
homes, and at their places of worship,
that thev cease from all manner of
work and toll and make the day one
of praise and Thanksgiving.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand, and caused the
Seal of the Territory to b nlllxed.
Done at thc Cbpitol in the'
City of Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, w 20th day ot
'November ln the year of our
(Seal.) Lord one thousand nine hun
dred and three, and of the
Independence of the Unlteil
States, the one hundred and.
GEORGE R. CARTER,.
Hawaiian JiOdgo No. 21,
F. & A. M.
There will be a special meet--Ing
of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21
F. & A. M.. at Its hall. Mnsnn-
lc Temple, corner of itotel and Alakea
streets, THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING,
November 20, at 7:30 o'clock.
WORK IN THE SECOND DEGREE.
Members of Pacific Lodge, Lodge
Progres, and all sojourning brethren
are fraternally 'Invited to be present
By order of the W. M.
k. n. g.
WUTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian'
Sugar Planters' Association . wilL be
held in the Assembly Room over CnsA
tie & Cooke's ofllces, King street, Ho
nolulu, on Monday, November 23, 1903.,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Honolulu, November 20, 1003.
Residence of F. B. McStocker, tin
Lunalllo Street, to rent to a responsi-'
bio party, possession given on Novem
ber 27, 1903. Rent reasonable.
Apply to .!
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The New Era Hotel
'' "Fort Street above Vineyard.
FROM SEPTEMBER 1ST, 100X
Telephone 38U Blue.' '
The Best Place to Stay "(
The Volcano JHouse
Cool, Clean, Comfortable. )