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VHW HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1901,
Lovers of Fine Linen
Will Profit Here
Every woman who loves fine linen, and what Woman tloes not,
has the opportunity this week of buying line linen tit less prices than
ordinarily paid for poor linen.
The goods are all new and every piece has our guarantee to be
exactly as represented.
The sale continues
This Week Only
WHITE TABLE DAMASK, UNBLEACHED TABLE DAMASK,
RED AND BLUE TABLE DAMASK, LINEN NAPKINS, LINEN
TOWELING, TURKEY RED DAMASK TABLE COVERS, WHITE
DAMASK TABLE COVERS, SHEET AND PILLOW CASES.
. . A
i n i,
Corner Fort and
Camara & Co
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets.
I de Turk Wines,
White Seal Champagne, qts. and pts.,
European Wines and Brandies,
'I Bulldog Brand Stout and Ale . J
A. B. C, Budweiser, Pacific, Rainier and TPHmo Beers,
In qts. and pts.
Telephone Main 492.
aiAUPS COUNTY ORGANIZATION
UNWILLING TO DISBAND SAD
EXPOSURES FOR SOME FAKES.
The irland pf Mnul is In a state of
mild Insurrection according to advices
rfT 'received from .Sheriff Baldwin ,"coun
. J ty',' .sheriff.- Bill - White having refused
to surrender his office to the Territorial
sheriff. As a result It was decided to
send Deputy Sheriff Chlllingworth to
Maui to take the office 'by force if
necessary, unless Baldwin succeeds In
jAs soon as the county net decision
was given High Sheriff Brown, acting
under instructions from the governor,
sent messages by wireless to his island
deputies, Instructing them to take back
the offices they had surrendered on
January 4. This must have been a
highly' pleasing order to Sheriff An
drews of Hllo. Nothing was heard
from him in reply, and it Is supposed
that he lost no time in ousting Keo
lanul and his deputies,
'An answer was received from Sheriff
Baldwin of Maui stating that White
Iliad refused to give up. The Maui
board of supervisors was going to meet
on Monday, said White, and he would
wait and see what they did about It.
An answer was sent to Baldwin tell
ing him to go ahead and take hold any
how and as no reply was received it
was decided that Chlllingworth had
better go and take hold.
Maul's county government -was en-
tlrely Home Rule. It Is thought that
thej-e Is a possibility that the new gov
ernment will try to take an appeal
from the decree declaring the county
act void, , By taking appeal to the
Our rule la to treat nil
patrons alike giving the
email customer and the
large the same courteous
service. If you want a
EOc safe deposit box, or a
large or email Insurance
policy, or a surety bond,
of any eort or size, we'll
serve you gladly. Henry
Waterhouse Trust Com
pany, Ltd., corner Fort
and Merchant Ste.
Umbrellas i Mackintoshes
P. O. Box 664.
United States Supreme court the deci
sion here can be rendered null for the
time being, and it Is claimed that
Maul might thus be able to run along
as a county until a final decision came.
At the same time the Territorial offi
cials hold themselves responsible for
carrying, out the laws and for the ar
rest of criminals and detention of pri
soners. The sudden chnnges in government
both on Hawaii and Maul brought out
some startling changes of political color
among certain job-chasers, who do not
I know where they are at now. When
I the Home Rule victory came on Mnul,
I for example, various supposed Repub
licans said they hau really been Home
iRulers all the time. They wanted and
j secured Home Rule jobs, and now It Is
f too late to resume the color of Repub
licans, so that under the restoration
they cannot look for the old jobs.
Similar turnovers occurred on Ha
waii. . When Sheriff Andrews was de
feated a number of men supposed to
have been his supporters- announced
that they were not. They had really
voted for the other man and supported
him. The sudden resumption of of
fice by Andrews was not at all antici
pated. Some of Andrews' former de
puties are said to have got Jobs under
Keolanui, who was a former Andrews
'deputy himself, on the strength of their
I having been "against Andrews all the
I time." Now hard times have come
for the turncoats, and It is supposed
that Andrews is having a lot of fun
-with the supporters who found out
when he was beaten that .they didn't
There will be Association football at
the Maklkl' grounds tomorrow at 4:15
o'clock. The following are the teams:
Malle IUmas Goal, Belser; full
backs, Harvey, R. Anderson: half
backs. A. T. Miles, J. C. McGill, O.
Mayall; forwards, E. G. Munro, D. A.
Mackintosh', '!J. Harwood, J. Laird, J.
H. Fiddes. Reserve,. Whjte.
Pacifies Goal,, jiulsenberg; full
backs, S. Be'ardmore, A. Guild; half
backs, J.'Shafer, J. Stokes, B'eardmore;
forwards, R. A. Churton,1' Blackmail,
J. Catterall, J. Smltu, Henry.
Mr. Waldroj' will referee. From all
accounts this promises to be a closely
contested game, anA It Is anticipated
that the comoination play of the teams
will come very close to that shown by
the British Jackies when they played
here last. There WkS a large number
of spectators nt last week's match, aifd
this game should drrtw even a bigger
number. The kick-off is at 4:15 p. m.
CONTINENTAL FRENCH DINNER.
As announced last week tho special
series of French 'dinners are toeing con
tinued at the Roval 'Hawaiian Hotel on
Saturday evenings at 6:30. The thlrx
of these takes place tomorrow evening
nnd Solomon's famous Hawaiian Quin
tette club will render all the popular
Hawaiian airs. Society patrons need
to notify the hotel office before noon
tomorrow, for table reservation.
Star vrant acs pay at once.
ARRIVED ON TIME THIS MORNING
FROM SAN FRANCISCO WITH
TWO DAYS LATER MAIL.
On lime to the minute the S. S. Ala
meda, Captain Dowdell, arrived this
morning from Snn Francisco with two
days later mall and news files. The
vessel soiled from San Francisco last
Saturday. She sighted the S. S. So
noma and trnnsport Sheridan both of '
which have arrived at San Francisco,
and the S. S. America Mam. The Maru
was sighted at 10 p. m. January 12 In
Lat. 29 north, Long. 144.60 west. The
Maru Is expected to arrive In San
Francisco today. " I
There was a strong trade wind with
the Alameda the last two days. Cap--
tain Dowdell slowed her down yester-
day in order to hold the .vessel to her
regular schedule, ..ae could have got
ten in last night. She made the trip
in 5 days and 18 hours. She Drought
921 tons of freight for this place. She
had only a fair Bized list of passengers.'
Captain George H. Whitney and Carl
F. Lehners Federal Inspectors of hulls
and ooilers arrived by the Alameda
today to make their regular inspection
of the vessels engaged In the inter-
George D. Clagett the secretary to
the Inspectors returned this trip. He
did not come with them on their visit
Frank H. Grace returned from Daw
son City to visit his moti.er and sisters.
G. H. Hqllman a merchnnt of San
Francisco arrived by the Alameda to
day on a business trip.
E. E. Pnxton of Dillingham and com
pany returned by the Alameda from
a business' trip ,to the mainland. Mr.
Paxton's reported arrival by the Si
beria Wednesday afternoon was an
error as he did not get away by that
Frank J. 'Hare the postal Inspector,
arrived by the Alamela on official busi
ness. E. A. P. Newcomb the architect re
turned after an extended absence on
the mainland. His sister Miss S. L.
Newcomb returned with him. .. , ,
Mrs. George A. Ordwny and child
were returning Honoluluans.
HOME RULERS THINK THEY CAN
INFLUENCE TREASURER KEPOI-
KAI TO APPOINT HIM. . '
ivai xw ax x ui. x xxx m. ,
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A political move is on to have C. P.
laukea appointed by Treasurer Kepoi-
lent as Territorial Tux Assessor. Tile
office Is still held by Land Commission-
er J. W. Pratt, who was supposed to
have retired on January 4, but the
county act decision knocking out all the
county assessors, places nil the island
assessment bureays back in the hands
uf tho Territorial treasurer.
The appointment of a successor to
Pratt lies with Kepolkal. He Is friend-
lv withiTnukPn an.l the latter's sunnoi
Br r ,.r.rinir h r-lnlms to thp ofllcaA
The trouble, however, ts in the fact tiwt1"".1. la i"" euui.vu "'- 1
laukea Is not a Republican but aJHo.-nQ cIent to cany hffalrs alont? unUI the 1
Ruler, while Kepolkal Is a member C legislature meets again in regular.
imnnMiPnn Mrtv. TTf was jinnonit-.session. In the meantime, however,
ed treasurer, as a Republican and has
always afflliate'd with the party. For notice thereof be published In tho Un
title 'roMon. it is said he will refuse to xhe sugges ion of an extra session newspaper printed in
rppolr.t laukea. In laukea's behalf It ha. called forth a numbe rof voluntary nnd t k'nown crp.
1. being urged that he was elected t? express ons of opposition to such a plan ,nteregt
the office on this island, but Republi- a very strong sentiment a- ' time and place and
cms claim that this would not justify sa'"st " " 13 urd bf s sh'ow cause, if any they have, why
, , . t. , Un P who regard It as an unavoidable legal it - ' ....
Republican administration, and that if necessity Several letters have been
Kepolkal appoints him Kepolkal will be received by the governor giving expres
practically leaving the party. ' ' to options to calling the leglsla
Rogarding the possible appointment, j
the Independent last night. had the fol
lowing: "We wonder whether Kepolkal will
now 'kowtow' to the committee instea.l
of acting Independently of such com,
blnation and appoint those whom lis
will have to serve under his depart
ment. The situation Is In his hands
II 1IUIII BUll.B iu oiuasu.
" 'laukea won't need to give a bond
"Indeed? Well, we rather guess he
will give the same tiond ns did Tax
Assessor Pratt, $20,000. Fish should
not be made of one and fowl of anoth- 1
er when both are in the same position,
dear Stellar. I
"We are now of the opinion that It Is
up to Treasurer Kepolkal to appoint
those whom he will have as Assessors-ln-Chlef
of the respective taxation 'di
vision of the Territory. The popular
will bns been shown at the polls and(J
we feel that it is the safest' guide for
no nnri Kfn.i himHfOf nc
it iiir nun .
The following cable was sent to Dele
gate Kuhlo this morniif:
"Delegate Kuhlo: Administration
urges 'pushing pnssage County Act.
Private advices received from Wash
te u. x..c " '7 tion from the Minneapolis Commercial
and we leave It there with Mm. trust- clublned In the wel'come to tlc mw
lng that he will act as a man will Who llIent of te Nolvnern Paclflc.
has been thrown down by his party,. The most , toIlt of thenUl
and not play the part of a trick mon- heg ,nade wa that of j j ul
key to such an ungrateful party, who,n ,the course of wh,ch he
got him out of bed, so to speak, to w.o thQ Panuma Cann,
ms a good thing
ington Indicate that the Hawaiian fortyrtivo years I have seen swells so
county bill has very little chance In'unlfdrrrily high ns was experienced. I
Congress, It Is said tp be the idea of estimate that the height from crest to
Influential members that the bill .goes : hollow- of the waves for about three
far beyond the Intentions of those who days of this run, ranged as high as
framed the Organic Act In giving local thirty feet, and the general average
self-government, and the act which the height of the swells would be at least
Supreme Court has Just declared void twenty feet. The behavior of the 'bat
Is said to be disapproved by many tleshlps during this weather was par
members of both houses. It Is believed tlcularly good, and their speed praetl
that Kuhlo will have R very up hill cally not at all hampered. The Oregon,
fight with the bill he Is now urged to considering her age and design, acted
press. particularly well throughout the pas-
There Is talk of sending some one sage. During the entire trip the en
from here to assist the delegate In pre-!glnes of none of the three battleships
sentlng the matter. At yesterday's con- was stopped except for thirty minutes
ferencc of members of the Senate with 'during the ceremony attendant upon
the governor and secretary, Governor the burial of one of tho crew of the
Carter was strongly urged to go. Ho ! Wisconsin."
stated, however, that In view of the Secretnry. Moody complimented the
local situation It was quite impossible oiilcers and men of the lleet -on the
for him to leave. Secretary Atkinson
was proposed as the one to go If Car
ter cannot get away. In view of ad
vices indicating that there Is opposition
unlikely to be overcome, it may be de
elded not to send anyone. The matter
will be decided at the conference of the
governor and on Monday,-when nearly
oil the members of the Senate will be
The following letter has been receiv
ed by tho governor, showing action by
the Republican county executive com-
"Hon. Geo. R. Carter, Governor, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
"Sir: At a special meeting of the
Executive Committee of" the Republican
County Committee for the County of
Oahu, the following resolution was
" 'Resolved, that It Is the sense of
the Executive Committee of the Repub
lican County Committee of Oahu, that
the United States Congress be urged to
pass the so-called "Hatch Bill," as in
troduced by Delegate Kalanlanaolc,
and In case that said Bill shall fail to
become a law, then the United States
Congress be urged 'to re-enact tho
County Law of 1903, with the proviso
that It may be amended In its terms by
the Hawaiian legislature." Yours truly,
"E. C. PETERS, Secretary."
BELIEF THAT THE ADMINISTRA
TION CAN PROCEED
AWAITING ANDREW'S OPINION
It is about settled that there will be
no extra session or tne legislature.
There has been a striking expression of
'sentiment against It, and it Is thought
that the Territorial government will
bo able to proceed without it. . Under
either the six months' appropriation
bill of the last session, or the appro
priations of 1901 Governor Carter and
Trefcburer Kepolkal may proceed, It is
Attorney General Andrews 13 en
gaged in the preparation of an opinion
giving his rulings on the construction
f fctlon 54 of the Organic act. This
Js the sectlon whIch provides for an ex-
traspn in case of failure to pass np-
rropnations for necessary current ex-
pensds of the government. One such
extra session has been held, it is claim-
ed by those who believe In using old
appropriation bills, and the problem is
"'-' u'e imsseu up 10 mu wvuuvc
department of the government. The
opinion of Andrews, ns the legal adviser
of the' government, will be followed in
n receiving the attorney general's
opinion, Governor Carter will state
how "e Intends to run the affairs of the
government. . It Is thought by many
W l. ! A J 1 .. .... rti
Congress Is being urged to make
HILL BELITTLES CANAL SCHEME.
ST. PAUL, January 8. Ho war I El
Ilott, president of th; Northern Pacific
Rn'lroad. was tendered a' reception in1. , , , . ,, ""1. .
, , Dole, Judge of the said Court, and the
the parlors of the Commercial Club to-1 , " , . TI , . . . ' ., ..
night. About 200 business men of St.
Paxil were presepti.jUld a large delega
' fnr n lllnll whnhnrl nn nnnalltn r..
I bananas. He said he would like it
I ,i,i 1, ... ii, . k a,,. i,,..
t wou,(, ,nQt hep ,ne peop(j Qf'
North , much, even though the lid
pay part of the expense of building it.
WASHINGTON, January 7.-Rear
Admiral Evans, commander m cnier or
(the Asiatic fleet which recently made
, ' , V1,.1.n.n TTniinliilil
twelve- and a half knots nnd. was,"-- "; c - ;
obliged .to- drop, the collier because it the undersigned nt his office on Kaa-
was deficient in speed, and that the
battleships could have Increased the
speed a knot or a, knot and a half. As
to the performance of the battleships
under trying conditions of weather In
the great Paclflc swells the admiral has
this to say:
"Heavy swells with practically no
wind continued from the fourth day
put unti lthe third day before arriving
at Honolulu, nnd I doubt' 'Whether at
any time during my experience of
success of the trip.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, January 15
for Lahalnn, Maalaea, Kona and Kau
Mrs. Josephine Cornwoll,, W. H.
Cornwell, W. H. Lothey, Charles Akana
C. J. Gallagher, Miss Henkcnntous, A.
L. Gutherson, W. Walsh, M. M. O'
Shaughnessy, W. A. Baldwin nnd wife,
Mrs. McWnyne, Miss Jneger, Mrs. Ly
man, J. Campbell, Mrs. W. A. Wall,
M. F. Scott, T. R. Robinson, Thomas
C. White, Dr. Emmerson and 47 deck.
WATER RATES LAST DAY.
Tomorrow Is the last day for pay
ment of water rates without a pennlty.
One day's grace. Including the 16th of
the month, Is allowed by Superintendent
Brown, as the first of the year Is a
Star Want ads pay nt once.
Notice of Sailing.
The bark "Kalulanl" will sail from
Honolulu to San Francisco on or about
Tuesday, January 19, 1904. First-class
commodious cabins. For passage and
other particulars apply to
II. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
IN THE UNITED STATES Dis
trict Court for the Territory of
Hawaii. ' '
In the Matter )
of Henry C. )
Vido, bank- )
To the Honorable Sanford B. Dole,
J"dBe of the
District Court of tho
for the District of the
Territory of Hawaii.
Henry C. Vidn, of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, In said
District, respectfully represents that
on the 5th day of December last past,
he was duly adjudged bankrupt under
the nets of Congress relating to bank
ruptcy: that he has duly surrendered
all his property and rights of property
,. hnK r1K, omn.i ,..,, ,h r,,
nulrement8 of .nI(l nct8 ana of tho or-
dera of te court touching his bank-
WIlerefore he prnvs tlmt ho may be
(ecree(1 l)V the court t0 hnvo a rn ,1!s.
phnrR0 from n ,ieuts provable 'ngnlnst
hla esUlto umler sala bankrupt nets,
except such (ebtg ns nro excepted by
,aw from sucn dscnnrge.
HENRY C. VIDA,
Dated January 14, 1904.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Hawaii, ss:
On this 14th day of January, A. D.
1901, on reading the foregoing petition,
Ordered by the Court that a hear
ing be had upon the same on the 25th
day of Janunry, A. D. 1904, before said
Court, at 'Honolulu, In said Districts,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon: nnd thnt
the prayer of the said petitioner
should not be granted.
And It is further ordered by the
court, that the clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors copies of
snld petition nnd this order, nddressed
I to them at their place of residence ns
I Witness the Honorable Sanford B.
trict. on the 14th day of January, A.
WALTER B. MALING,
A True Copy: Attest:
WALTER B. MALING,
Notice is hereby given that by thnt
certain deed of trust dated December
4th, 1903 and recorded in liber 254 on
pages 175,-182 Hawaiian Registry of
Conveyances W. C. Achl of Honolulu
conveyed to the undersigned upon the
trusts In the snld deed contained, all
of his right, tlUe and Interest in those
certain premises situate at Mokauea,
.Knlihi, Oahu known as the Kaplolanl
.Tract. . and all persons holding agree-
- - .
."e . Mia. uraci xrom im mu .
JVUill ll Q JICl CUJ 11UUI1CU fcU tliuaw
man(i) rf I n at n llmon t a rlilA fir tn tlPCOTTlG
JAMES F. MORGAN,
Honolulu, T. H Jan. IB, 1904.
Notice Is hereby given that from and
after this date tho Hawaiian Trust Co.
Ltd., by mutual consent, Is no longer
acting ns General Agents for the Ger-
mania Life Insurance Company In this
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO. T.TD.
C. H. COOKB.
Honolulu, T, H., Jan. 1J, 1904.
Am. bktn. Coronndo, Potu
from San Francisco at noon.
NK V A J) VKJtTl SK J! KNTS
Notice is hereby given of the change
of location of the Agency for the Ha
waiian Islands of The riermanlo. Life)
Insurance Company of New York. The
new offices will be opened on and utter
February 1, 1904, In tho Alexandor
Young Building, corner of Bishop and
King streets, Honolulu, directly over
the Von Hamm-Young Company to
where, business connected Willi tha
agency and all communications should
' S. A. D. JONM8,
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by vlrttte of a certain Ex
ecution Issued out of tho Circuit Court
of the First Circuit of tho Territory of
Hawaii, on tho 11th day of January,
1904, In the matter of J. J. Byrne, Plain-
tiff, vs. The Orpheum Company, Limit
ed, a Hawaiian Corporation, Defendant,.
I have, at Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, on tills loth day
of January, A. D. 1904, levied upon.
and shall offer for sale and sell nt pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, at
the Police Station, Kalnkauo Hale, la
said Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon oC
Tuesday, the 16th day of February, A.
D. '1904, all the right, title and Interest;
of the said The Orpheum Company.
Limited, a Hawaiian corporation, de
fendant, In and to the following de
scribed real property, unless the sum of,
Three Hundred nnd Sixty and 95-100
Dollars, that being the amount for
which said execution issued, together
with interest, costs and my fee and ex
penses are prevlouslj paid:
All those certnln premises on Fort
street, Honolulu, above Beretania street
having a frontage of 120 feet on Fort
street, and containing an"nrca of 38-100
acres, being portion of Royal Patent
174l Apana 2, to J. Pilkol. and convey
ed to said Orpheum Co., Ltd., by Chas.
Desky, January 1st, 1900, as of record Jn
the Office of the Registrar of Convey
ances in said Honolulu In Liber 203,
The above described premises a.o un
der mortgage to the Oerman Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco,
dated February 4 th, 1902, for $32,500, as
of record in tho said Office of tho Reg
istrar of Conveyances In Liber 232,
Dated at said Honolulu, this 15ih day
of January, A. D. 1904.
A. M. BROWN",
High Sheriff. Territory of Hawoll. '
SHERIFF1S SALE NOTICE.
In th matter of two certain Execu
tions issued out of the Supreme Court
of the Territory of Hawaii, on the 25th
dny o November, 1903, each in tho
matter of C. Ontai, Plaintiff, vs. Noah
N. Knuhnne, Defendant, one for two
hundred nnd eleven nnd 92-100 dollars,
nnd the other for two liundred and two
and 19-100 dollars, I have, on this 15th
day of December, A. D. 1903, under and
by virtue, first, of the said execution
for two hundred nnd eleven nnd 92-100
dollars, and second, of the snld execu
tion for two hundred and two and 19
100 dollars, levied upon, nnd shall offer
for sale and sell at public auction, to
the highest blddor, at the Police
Station, Kaiakaua Hale, in Honolulu.
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, at
li o'clock noon of Saturday the 16th
dny of Janunry A. D. 1904, nil the right,
title and Interest of the said Noah N.
Kauhnne, Defendant, 1n nnd to thet
following described real property, un
less said executions, together with alt
costs, expenses and fees are sooner
Land covered by Royal Patent 7182,
Land Commission Award 10062 to Na
laau, situated at Kawela, Kau, Island'
of Hawaii. See Liber 126, Page 457.
Registry Office, Honolulu, Oaliu,
Land covered by Royal Patent 6857,
Land Commission Award 7713, at Ho-
nokua, South Kona, Island of Hawaii.
See Liber 195, Page 63, Registry Office,
Land covered by Royal Patent 6179,
Land Commission Award 4092, at Wa
pulehu, Island of Molokat. See Liber
200, Page 12, Registry Oiflc Honolulu,
!A. M. BROWN,
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
'On Samoa and Samosrv Missions."
MISS VALESCA 6CHULTZE
For the benefit. of fund to establish a
Gorman Home rn tho Molokat Settler
mont, on 1
MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1904.
At 8 p. ni.
In the German School , Building rear,
of German Church, Beretania Street.
TICKETS 50 CENTS.
Can be had of members of tho church
and of Pastor Telmy.