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t ' TjllE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1904.
We ro closing out our line of Bam
boo Ilate and are therefore offering
ttm at very low prices while they last
WOHAN'S EXCH ANGE
Hotel Street near Fort
ilk Weed Cream
!A enDentrated beautifully white and
creamy skin food. Cooling, refreshing
and baallng. A perfect sKln stimulant,
protltiolng a clear complexion. It U .in
Ideal skin food. Trice 60 cents, ah
vcrtiacd In all 'Magazines.
Zodenta Tooth Soap
A Ideal and antiseptic Dentifrice.
Krw from Grit Acid and Soapy Taste.
Price 25 cents. Advertised In all
.Corner Fort and King Sts.
To the Wise"
Every drink of a good beer Is
ctearged with germs of Joy. It
brings health and happlnes, es
pmrially if It Is
If 8 fine flavor cannot be equal
etft. AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
PHONE WHITE 1331
P. O. BOX 617.
- .. -.wife.- .v.
O. "T"Ht3 NEW -MODELS
J4 and 5
" i . WE HAVE THEM.
98! - - Fort Street
Morgan Page 8
Meeting Notice Page 5
Olau Sugar Co. I'uge 0
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraphs TlMt Giro Condensed
iN'cms of thu Day.
Weather Bureau, Pumihou, 1 p. m.
Wind, light, northeast; weather, fair.
Morning minimum temperature, G3;
Midday maximum temperature, 73;
baromctar, 9 a. m., X0.03, steady, (cor
rected for gravity); rainfall, 2-1 hours
ending 9 a. m., .00; absolute moisture, 1)
n. in., 0.7 grains per cubic foot; humi
dity, 9 a. m., 72'Jier cent.
It. C. LYDECKEU,
A ladles 'Columbia bicycle is for sale.
Mall Is due from San Francisco tjy
the S. S. Alameda Friday.
The midchannel buoy Is to be re
The light house board has oflloes at
room 33 Young buldlng.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. T. Cllvo Davles this morning.
Frank J. Turk and Oscar C. Lewis
are to go Into the shipping business to
gether. The annual meeting of the Concrete
Construction Co. will be held on Feb
Canned salmon in quantities to suit
at auction on Friday, February C, by
James F. Morgan.
Sugar Is beginning ao move rapidly
I now and the various vessels are re-
ceving curgoes iasi.
Clothes left with T. Hayashl, tailor,
during last year must be called for be
fore the end of February.
All watches, clocks or jewelry left
j with Y. Toda for repairing must be
( called for before February 10.
I The lantana bug introduced by Prof.
; Koebele which destroys the seed of the
! lantana, has reached Kahuku.
j This evening the first of three lectures
by Dr. Mary Roberts Smith will be giv
en at Pauahl Hall, Oahu College, under
the auspices of the Young Men's Re
I search Club. The subject of his lecture
I Is ."Subjective Causes of Poverty In
i Cities." These lectures are free and a
cordial Invitation to attend Is extended
to the public by the Research Club.
DISCHARGING BESSE'S CARGO.
A board of survey composed of Cap
tain Fuller and Captain Cameron has
held a partial survey of the bark Alden
Besse. They decided that her cargo
should be discharged. The exact na
ture of the leak will be determined by
them when she la discharged.
Isaac Sherwood has returned to his
work In the Auditor. office, after a
severe Illness. Sherwood was elected
County Auditor, but -was too 111 to take
office during the nine days while Coun
ty government was supposed to be in
uven mim i
MAUNA LOA DELAYED WORKING
FREIGHT AT NAPOOPOO LAST
WEEK BY SHOWERS.
Purser Lloyd Conkllng of the steamer
Mauna Loa which arrived this monv
ing from her run to Hawaii and Maul
ports, states that there has been rain
over most of the Island. About .30 of
an Inch had fallen In Kona up to the
time that the steamer left. Hard show
ers were the rule along Kau and at Na
poopoo last week, the vessel was delay
ed In handling freight owing to the
heavy downpour of rain.
Heavy swells were encountered on
the up trip. Coming home the sea had
subsided somewhat. The .Mauna Loa
made a special trip to Kawalhae for a
wny passenger. She also brought about
Ave passengers from Kawalhae to Ho
The vessel brought 4,000 bags of sugar
which are being loaded Into the bark-
entlne Irmgard. The Mauna Loa had
1,000 bags of coffee and a large ship
me'nt of general freight.
HIS WIFE DECLINED TO APPEAR
AGAINST HIM TODAY IN POLICE
COURT MARY MORRIS FINED.
The differences of the Turks was not
nlred In the police court this morning.
Frank J. Turk was present in court to
answer to a charge of threats to kill
his wife. Turk limped from tho effects
of ai bullet wound in his right calf In
flicted, it is claimed by his wife. Mrs.
Turk and her companion Miss De Lisle
were present In .court. Mrs. Turk an
nounced to the Deputy High Sheriff
Chllllngworth that she did not care to
prosecute her hUsband so tho charge
A Home Company '00
Organized under the laws of
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY
Loans, Mortgages, Securities, Investm
ine installment .Plan.
Home Office Mclntyre Building, Honolulu, Territory of HawUt
Thi Hawaiian Rtalfy aid Maturity Co -
Jm K. KENTWELL, General Manager.
was nolle grossed. Turk has been
considering the advlaablllty of charging
his wife with ahootlng him but the
warrant has not yet been Issued.
Mary Morris raised a fuss last night
near Kukui Lane arid Nuuanu street.
She was riding In a haqk. She was
uproarious. She saw (he mother of
Miss Mary Ah C.uck and Jumping out
grabbed the oape from the. shoulders
of the elder woman. Mary Ah Chuck
went to the assistance of her mother.
Although Mbis Ah Chuck Is quite a
prepossessing young woman this fact
did not make the slightest difference to
Mary Mprrls. In fact Mary Morris
acted vftth' all the recklese Impetuousity
of a 'Mary MacLean for she" fllfepped
Mary Ah Chuck across the face. C.
Verra ran out and tried to detain Mary
Morris from driving nway In the hack
but Mary gave him a cut across the
abdomen with a whip that drew the
blood. Mary pleaded guilty and was
lined $3 and 4 and costs on the two
LOOKING FOR RODRIGUES.
The police are searching for Pedro
Rodrlgues who escaped from the Oahu
Prison yesterday morning. He Is
thought to be In hiding In the vicinity
SOME BADLY TWISTED SYNTAX IX
A CORONER'S JURY VERDICT ON
THE ISLAND OF MAUI.
Two Japanese met violent deaths on
the Island of Maul recently. News of
the occurrences was brought this morn
ing to the High Sheriff by the Mauna
Loa mall. The most recent case was
that of a Jap named Shlmotd. He was
blasting rock in a tunnel at Lupe, Ma
kawao. No coroner's inquest was held
but Deputy Sheriff Edgar Morton re
ported that the evidence in his opinion
warranted the belief that the death had
been due to an accidental discharge of
giant powder and that the accident had
been due to the carelessness of de
ceased. The other dead man was named Ogi-
hara Helju, although the circumstan
ces by which the coroner's jury arrived
at this identification. -was not indicated
in the evidence at the. Inquest. It ap
pears that the body had been found
hanging to a tree at Honomaele re
cently. The body had been there sev
eral months. The government physician
examined the body and said that his
opinion was that death had been due
to strangulation. The coroner's Jury
rendered the following verdict which
In point of originality, Is a corker:
"We, the coroners, do hereby agree
the cause of the death of the said per
son who Is found culcide a Jap, and,
he himself tbok his own life by tlelng
a piece of cloth around Is own neck
and let fall his body to be i hang.
"The person Is supposed hlsi, death
took place' about three months .ago."
FOOTBALL PLAYER HEflE.
H, P. Alcott who played' right, guard
on the famous Yale team In 1980 when
Harvard was beaten by the score of 28
to 0, is visiting Honolulu.
DESERTER FOUND ON KOREA.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 24. Pri
vate Salter of the Sixty-seventh Coast
Artillery, stationed at Honolulu,, desert
ed from his post a f&.v days ago along
with a comrade nained Kauffleld, and
Were believed to have come to this city
on the liner Korea. Only Salter could
be found, however, upon th vessel's
arrival, Chief Steward Ashman recog
nizing hltn mingling with the saloon
passengers- on the promenade deck.
Salter was turned over to Lieutenant
Reubottom upon the steamer's arrival.
S. I. Shaw & Co.,il0 King, street,, are
sole agents for Old Valley Whiskey.
This whiskey has been on the market
for over 40 years and has met with un
Pacific Guano & Fertilizer Co. will
hold Its adjourned annual meeting on
Wednesday, Feb. 3, tit 10 a. lift' 'at 'the
office of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltfl.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., annual meet
ing Thursday, February 4th, at 10. a. m.,
at office of the company.
Concrete Construction Co. will hold
Its nnnual meeting on Tuesday, Feb
ruary 9, at 10 n. m. at Its office In
A special meeting of the Olaa Sugar
Company is called for February. 9th, to
amend the By-Laws.
GOOD PLUMBING Is our forte, we
don't do cheap work. You will find on
exhibition in our store, all the latest
fancy designs in bath room apparatus.
We carry everything that goes to make
up tnat most important part of a dwell
ing the bath room AND WE IN
STALL IT RIGHT. Our plumbing il
put In to last, we guarantee all work
done by us, and can quote you the
names of hundreds of satisfied custom
ers. It costs no more to have your plumb
ing and sewer connections done by us.
and remember WE GUARANTEE THE
BATH the Plumber, 1G5 King Street,
xeiepnone ui Mam.
the Territory of Hawaii.
AND MATURITY CO., LTD.
ents and Real Estate. Homes ' Built o
James E. Morgan,
F47-857 Kaahumanu St. Tel. Main
P. O. Box 594.
ON FRIDAY, FEB 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At salesroom, 867 Kaahumanu street,
I will sell at public auction,
200 cases of 1-lb. Canned Red Salmon,
In lots to suit purchasers and at prices
to suit also, as the invoice Is to be
JAS. F. MORGAN,
.By order of C. S. Holloway, Super
Intende'nt of Public Works, I will sell
at Public Auction, at Brewer's wharf,
ON MONDAY, FEB 15,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
THE TUQ "ELEU"
with machinery and fittings complete
as she now. lies In the harbor of Ho-,
nolulu, ready .for service.
The vessel will be offered at' an upset
price of $5000.
Terms: Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
Intending purchasers can Inspect the
Vessel on applying tiv Capt. A. Fuller,
at Harbor Master's office. Custom
House 'building, Honolulu-
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Old Valley .
S. 1. 1W I GO.,
No. 10 King dtreet.
Sole Distributors ' for
Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu Iron Works,
STEAM ENGINES, SUOAR MILIA
BOILERS), COOLERS, IRON, BRASS
AND LE CASTINGS.
Machinery of Every Description Made
to order. Particular attention raid .j
Ship's Blacksmithlng. Job Work Exe
cuted on Short Notice.
Want ads In the Star brine: c.ulck re
sults. Three lines three times for 25
Sold on Easy Terms, ONLY I DOWN
Balance on Equal
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd
It ihj latest Crate
It ts tho jollicst
nnd most uproari
ous gamo over
iuv.cntcd for nu
Wo can recom
mend "PIT" for
nd young, as tho
most exciting nud
we havo over sold.
We have Just received a supply of
tho above game nnd advise our cus
tomers to call early as the supply It
limited at present
ML HICHOLS CO,, LTD,
Whitney a Mars
ISNOW IN PROGRESS
DRESS GOODS, SERGES, HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, '
GENTS' UNDERWEAR, SILKS,
' WHITE WASH GOODS AND
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits and Skirts
C BREWER & CO.,
HONOLULU H. T.
tlawailan 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 OF OFFICERS.
Charles M. Cooke President .
Geo. H. Robertson.. '"'"-Pres. & Mgr.
E. Faxon Bishop.. .. Treaa. & 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.
BE AVE K LUNCH ROOM,
Fort Street Opposite Wilder Co.
H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r.
Flrst-Clasf Lunches served with tea,
coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk.
Smokers Requisites a Specialty.
Want ads In the Star bring quick re
sults. Three lines three times for 25
H. P. BALDWIN Prcd-Ant
J. B. CASTLE First Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDER... 2d Vioe-Ertji't
J. P. COOKE... Treattuvst
W. O. QM1TH Secretory
GEORGE R. CARTER., Auoltor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Coj
Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahtku Sugar Company,
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company,
Tho Calllornla and Oriental
Htar Want qd pav t one.
In All Lines
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Steam and Blacksmith
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Spacial attention given to
VLSO, WHITE AND BLACK SAND
T'A I l o R.
Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired.
637 Baretanla Street.
Opposite Queen's Hospital.
T. . OKTIBO
Picture Frames and Bamboo Furniture.
Neat and Handsome Designs Made to
Beretanla Street near Emma.
WON TAI CO. .
118 King Street, near Maunakea. '
House Painting, Paper Hanging and
Decorating Done by Firat-Class work
manship. Prices Reasonable.
PHONB WHITE SOL
Twenty-flve cents paya for a V
ad In the qtar. X bargain.