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3 HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1904.
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FOR SUMMEAR WEAR
Even though they are only simple wash skirts at from $2 to $4.50 they
have a dash and stvle about them that slvea them distinction.
All good materials, well tailored and the very latest styles:
"White P. Km $2.25. White fancy P. K self trimmed, $2.50. White
Duck, extra quality, $2.00. White Linen, extra quality, $3.50. Brown
Linen, $2.75. Brown Linen, embroidery trimmed, $2.85. Brown Linen
folds and buttons, $3.00. Brown Linen trimmed with two rows of wide
cluney Insertion, $4.50
Stylish stocks 35c and 40c. Four-in-hand ties; embroidered, at 33c.
Embroidered Golf sets, collar and ties, at 65c a fet. Fine assortment
of turn-over collars.
I de Turk Wines,
White Seal Champagne, qts. and pts.,
European Wines and Brandies,
Bulldog Brand Stout and Ale,
A. B. C, Budweiser, Pacific, Rainier and Primo Beers,
In qts. and pts.
Telephone Main 492.
All outstanding bills for materials
furnished am1 services rendered In the
period commencing January 1, '1904,
and ending June 30th, 1004, must be In
this office properly certified if on the
Island of Oahu by July 10th, 1904, if on
the other lands by July 15th, 1904.
C. M. WHITE,
epartment of Public Works,
Honolulu ,T. H. June 2Sth, 1904.
PAYMENT OF SEWER RATES.
In accordance- with Act 6, Session
Laws 1904, Sewer rates will be payable
from and after July 1st, 1904, semi-annually
In advance. Back rates to June
30th,' 1904 are payable at once.
The proportion of rates between July
1, 1904 and December 31st, 1904, are pay
able on Julv 1st, 1904.
A failure to j-'y such advance rates
15 days after due renders, the rate hold
er liable to an additional ten per cent.
Rates payable at the office of,
C. M. WHITE,
C. B. Hollow-ay,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Pubic Works,
Honolulu, T. H. June 28, 1904. .
LOTS FOR SALE
Title, water and roads guaranteed.
Terms: One-third cash; balance in
one, two and three years. Interest at
6 per cent.
For particulars apply to
J. ALFRED MAdOON,
Attorneys for C. W. Booth.
WILL E. FISHER
Notice to Bondholders,
OAHU 'RAILWAY &
1 On July 1, 1904, and thereafter until
Vfurther notice, the Interest coupons of
bonds of this C&mpany will be cashed
JM The Bank of Hawaii, Limited.
A. W. VAN VALKENBURO,
Secretary and Acting Treasurer Oahu,
Railway & Land Company.
Want "ads in the Star bring quick re
sults. Three lines three times for 21
Cor. Fort and
and Alakea Streets.
P. O. Box 664
iilE FER!EN HE
FUER 6 WOCHEN.
Unter Lcitung von Frau C. Alexan
der, Lihuc und FrI. Schmidt.
Untericht beginnt 5 Juli cr.
Morgens 8 1-3 bis 11 1-2 Ulir.
Montags, Dienstags Mittwochs und
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Nichtdeutsche Kinder $1.00 pel
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
3firSClrUl-' territory of Hawaii.-
At Chambers. In Probate. I
Hong, InteS.tate, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for 1
On Reading and Filing the Petition of 1
Lam Hod, brother of said Lam Hong; i
deceased, Intestate, of Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that said Lam Hong, of said '
Honolulu, died intestate at Honolulu
aforesaid, on the 12th day of June, A. D.
1904, leaving property in the Hawaiian i
Islands necessary to be administered ,
upon, and praying that Letters of Ad- 1
ministration issue to Lam; Chang See. ,
W,:'S1.( ,1,. ,
uay 01 amy, ,v. ai i uuu a. ,
m., be and herehy is appointed for hear- j ,, . ... . t, n,
, 1 . t 1 i . r it. .would use them on each other. .ues
ing said Petition in the Court Room of 1 " th a , of,0ttv, tt-nr-
this Court at Honolulu aforesaid, at 1
iwhich time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, If
vy , , k ' T u 7 V.
should not be granted, and that notice
of this order be published In the Eng-
llsh language, once a week, for three
successive weeks, In tho Hawaiian Star,
newspaper In Honolulu.
Dated at Honolulu, June 17, 1901.
W. J. ROBINSON,
Third Judge of the Circuit Court of the
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First
Atkinson, Judd & Mott-Smlth for
4t June 18, 25, July
Notice to Creditors.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
, First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In the Matter of the Estate of Gardner
The undersigned hereb.y gives notice
that he has been appointed Administra
tor of the Estate of Gardner Knight
wiMpr. lntP nt TTnnninii, i Bnt,i Tor-
rltory, deceased. All persons owing ,
any debts or accounts to the Estate of ,
said deceased are hereby required to
pay the same to the undersigned with-
out further notice. All creditors of
said Estate are hereby notified and re
quired to present to the undersigned at
1619 Pensacola street, Honolulu, with
in six months from the 30th day of June
1904, said date being the date whereon
this notice Is first published, their
claims against said Estate, 'duly au
thenticated, and with the proper vouch
ers, If any exist, and whether such
claim or claims be secured by mortgage
upon real estate, or otherwise; and any -
an ! all claims not so presented within
said period, or within six months from
the Jay whereon they respectively fall
due will be forever barred.
Dated at Honolulu this 29th day of
' WILLIAM C. WILDER,
Administrator of the Estate of Gardner
Knight Wilder, deceased.
8ts June 30, July 2, 6, S, 12, 19, 22.
Want ads In the S?ar bring qulak re.
suits. Three -linos throe tlmoa for 25
Is a Possible Democratic Nominee For The
Francis as a man on whim all faction
subject was broached to him, but do -
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there whs no aosence of enthusiasm In
their ranks when occasion Justified an
exhibition of that quality. For twenty-five
minutes the great throng told
Is approbation of the convention's
choice for President. The name of
Roosevelt came from every mouth. The
New York delegates paraded the hall
I snouting ai une lop ot iiieir vuiuch.
otner allegations joined the procession
and the well ordered body of a half
hour before was a shifting- mass, every
semblance of organization gone.
While the demonstration .was at Its
holght Chairman Cannon stepped to the
1 front of the stare. He held In his
' hand the banner which was waved In I
1860 when Lincoln was nominated and
' which has been used in every conven
' tion since. The Hag showed the wear
and tear of many similar contests. "Un
cle Joe" waved it vigorously and kept
time with his bodv. Soon the whole
convention was swaying In exact mea
The chairman retired and his place was
flagstaff firmly in one hand and with
a megaphone led they. ling. Hastirt-
eu 10 yen, huukvch "mic.cn,
velt" repeated over and over again with
tms system 0 a college yen. 11
'alh up'by the throng, and the cry
of ..Rooelf rolled over the hall in
volumes ko great and so terrific that
the screi?-htng of a hundred steam
whistles 'would have been dwarfed In
comparison, Governor Black, began
hig adurpsa ag follows:
Pregldent and Gentlemen of the
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a campaign which seems already to be
nearly closed. So wisely have the
people sowed and watched and tended
there seems little now to do but to mea
sure up the grain. ' They are ranging
themselves no't for battle but for har
vest. In one column reachlnsr from
the Maine woods to $he Puget Sound
are those people and those States which
have stood so long together, 'that when
great emergencies arise the nation
turns Instinctively to them. .In this
column, vast and solid, Is a majority so
- ea Squads
opposition can hardly raise another
army. The enemy has neither guns
nmmnftlon. and It they had tney
fare, the onlv evidence of approaching
battle Is In the tone and number of their
bulletins. There Is discord among the
generals; discord among the soldiers,
R e . but
0.., hlo n.u.n mlver.
. '.," flt h,B owr
sarles he would first destroy his own
comrades in the adjoining tents. Each
believes the weapons chosen by the
other are not onlv wicked bu't fatal no
the holder. That is true. This Is the
only wnr om modern times where the
boomerang has been substituted for the
I gun. Whatever fatalities may occur,
'however, among the discondant hosts
now moVlng on St. Louif, no harm will
'cime this fall to the American people.
Tiiprn will be no onnosltion sufficient to
raise a conflict. There will be haruiy
enough for competition. There are no
Democratic plans for the conduct of the
fall campaign. Their zeal is chiefly
centered In discussion as to what Tho
mas. Jefferson, would do If he were liv
ing. He is not living, and but few of
his descendants are among the Demo
cratic remnants of today. Whatever
of patriotism or wisdom emanated from
'that distinguished man is now repre
sented 1n this convention.
"It Is a sad day for any party when
Its only means of solving l.vlng Issues Is
by guessing at the possible attitude of
stateman who Is dead. This condition
leaves that party always a beginner
and makes every question new. The
Democratic party has seldom tried a
proDiem on lis own account, una wneu
It has Its blunders have been Its only
monuments, Its courage Is remember-
ed only In regret. As long as these
things are recalled that Iparty may
serve as ballast but it will never steer
"When all the people have forgotten
will dawn a golden era for this new
Democracy. But the country Is not
ready yet to place a party in the lead
whose most expressive mptto Is the
cheerless word "forget." That motto
may express contrition, but it does .not
Inspire hope. Neither confidence nor
enthusiasm will ever be aroused by any
party which enters each campaign ut
tering the language of the mourner.
"There is one fundamental plank,
however, on which the two great par
ties are In full agreement. Both believe
In tho equality of men. The difference
Is that the Democratic party would
make every man as high- as the best.
But tho Damogrotlo course will !rovok
no outside Interference now, for the
Li hug Hum
ST. LOUIS. June 24.
It Is reported at the
New York Cltv build
ing at the World's Fair
hat J. H. Martin, a
lender, yesterday call
ed on President Fran
cis of 'the Exposition
Company and asked
permission to present
his name to the Demo,
ratio national conven
tion as n canaidnte for
tion. It was pointed
out, It Is said, that no
would have sufficient
votes to obtnln the
lomlnatlon nt first
and when the deadlock
comes the Tammany
man said his organiza
tion desires to push
can unite. Francis smiled when the
cllned to speak.
Republican motto is that of the great
uiiiumiiuci. uoci uiiuimiik me en
emy while he Is making a mistake."
Governor Black continued with an
eloquent eulogy of President oosevelt
and closed as follows:
"Four years ago the Republican party
placed him beside the Immortal McKln
ley, and. with such standard-bearers,
with such a cause, we marched to a
glorious victory. When the assassin's
, ,, ni...i
Ignoble work was accomplished, and
amidst the nation's tears, shqwered
with the nation's love, the gentle Mc
Klnley passed to the ages and was
crowned with the wreath of Immortal
fame, the Intrepid and aggressive
Roosevelt faced and was equal to the
grave responsibilities of the Presidency.
He has kept the faith. By force of his
character and his works he has extend
ed, at home and abroad, the influence
and greatness of the republic. His
name has come to be a symbol every
where of Amerloan manhood, Amejjcan'
valor, American honesty and American
"Obeying a mandate both pleasing and
supreme, on behalf of the great State
of Minnesota, and the mighty empire
of the Northwest, whose growth arid
prosperity will ever keep full pace with
I the giant tread of the nat'on Itself, I
desire to second the nom'natlon of that
I Intrepid leader, that potent Ftatcman,
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j,arab',e ,publlo rerftllti th Preal(,ent
. pre,Illent- aaIn to beTheo-
Saturday, July 2.
St'nnv-Klnau, 'Freeman,' from Hllo and
Way ports, at 8:36 a. in., with 230 sks.
coffee, 44 pes: koa wood, 40 kegs, 2S cds.
Wood, 1 horse and buggy, 19 pkgs. sun
dries. S. S. St. Hubert, Warlane, returned
from ea, short of crew, at 8 a. m.
Saturday July 2.
S. S. Argyll,, Gllboy, for San Fran
cisco, at 1 0a. m.
Per stmr. KInau, July 2, from Hllo
and way ports: Alexander Young, C.
C. Kennedy, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, Mrs.
M. E, Osgood, S. P. Scales, Mrs. S. P.
Scales, Mrs. E. D. Baldwin, Miss E. H.
Curtis, Master G. Curtis, John Chal
mers, Mrs. John Chalmers, Mrs. C. D.
Green, Master Green, Bro. Mathlas,
Bro. Vincent, Bro. Raymond, Sister
Helena, Miss iuacy, M. M. Jordan, W.
P. Jarrett, C. Osborne, F. E. Conter,
Rev. Aral Keny, D. L. Van Dine, T. R,
Hamakers,.A. Dewman, Henry Hughes,
F. Pacheco, William Chung Hoon, Mrs.
William Chung Hoon, 4 children and
maid, Mrs. W. H. Patton, Mrs. J. F.
McKenzIe, Master McKenzie, Mr?.
O Connell, Mrs. K. Harris, 3 children,
M. V. Holmes, H. E. Cooper, C. M.
Lovsted, J. J, Sullivan. Bro. Frank, W.
II. Cornwell, D. II. Davis, Willie Lucas,
L. S. Farrell, W. Williamson.
Departing, June 26. Am. ship Falls of
Clyde, for San' Francisco; Juno 24, Am.
bktn. Newsboy, for Port'Townsend. Ar
riving, June 27, S. S. Enterprise,
Youngren, from San Francisco.
Departing, June 24. Am. bktn. Beno
cla, for Port Townsend.
SUGAR ON HAWAII.
The following sugar Is on hand at
various Hawaii plantations, awaiting
shipment: Olaa, 4,200 bags; Walakea,
20,000 bags; Hawaii Mill, 1,550 bags;
Walnuku, 8,600 bags; Onomea, 29,000
bags; Pepeekeo, 18,000 bags; Honomu,
12.000 bags; Hakalau, B.OOO bags; Lau-
pahoehoe, 1,500 bags; Ookala, 5,000 bags;
Kukalau, 3,500 bags; Hamakua, 5,000
uhk. x-uauuuu, o.uuu oags; tiononaa,
5,000 bags; Kukulhaele, 2.2C0 bags; Pu-
naiuu, 2,ssi bags; Honuapo, 1,105 bags.
SUNRISE SALUTE OF 21 GUNS.
8.45 A. M. PARADE OF U. S. TROOPS, U. S. MARINES, NAT'ONAL
GUARD OF HAWAII, FIRE DEPARTMENT, LABOR AND OTHER
ROWING RACES AT PEARL HARBOR.
10 A. M. PATRIOTIC EXERCISES, GROUNDS OF GOVERNMENT
NOON NATIONAL SALUTE OF FORTY-FIVE GUNS FIRED BY
U. S. ARTILLERY CORPS FROM GOVERNMENT BUILDING
AFTERNOON BASEBALL MATCHES.
9 P. M. DANCING AT THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN AND YOUNG f
HOTELS. FIREWORKS AT ' THE GOVERNMENT GROUNDS. m
CALIFORNIA SORRY TO LOSE THE
MAN ATTRACTED HERE BY LIB
SAN FRANCISCO, June 24. Alexan
der Craw, State quarantine olllcer
against Insect pests, has accepted the
similar position offered him by the Gov
ernment and sugar planters of Hawaii
at an advance of salary from $200 oor
month to $5000 a year, with a contract
for five years.
A cablegram waB received by Sir.
Craw yesterday from Honolulu asking
for a decision. He cabled his accept
ance and notified Horticultural Com
missioner Cooper that he would retire
from his position in the employ of the
State of California.
This Information will be displeasing
to the fruit growers of California and
to the canning Industry and allied, in
terests concerned In the protection of
orchards and fruit crops In this State.
When exclusive Information was given
In The Call that Mr. Craw had under
consideration ah offer to go to Hawaii
as the head of the service In tlft islands
as chief entomologist there was a stir,
ana many efforts were made to per
suade Mr. Craw to remain In California.
This he probably would have decided
to do If the Inducements had been at all
like those held out officially by the Ha
The salary given In Hawaii Is more
than double that offered In California,
and in this State the position occupied
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certain. Any Leglslaturex might abol-
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ish it by withholding the appropriation
to carry on the fruit pest quarantine
and other work of the Horticultural
Commission. Mr. Craw sayis that, all
things being equal, he would like to re
main in California, but he could hot see
that It was for his Interest to surren
der so flattering and satisfactory an of
fer from Hawaii.
Mr. Craw will remain In this city un
til some time in August. In the mean
time he will make the best arrange
ments he can to care for the interests
of the office that he is vacating. His
work In the quarantine department of
the Horticultural Commission has been,
seconded ably by his assistant, E. K.
Carnes. Mr. Cooper says Carnes will
make an efficient officer.
The immediate occasion of Inviting
Mr. Craw to Hawaii is the damage that
has done by the leaf-hopper. Mr. Craw
has done valuable work in California In
the line of protecting trees, vines and
crops from the ravages of Insect pests,
using beneficial parasites gathered from
various parts of the world. He has been
connected with the State's quarantin
ing of fruit pests for nearly fourteen
years. The engagement to go to Ha
waii results from the work performed
hy Mr. Craw In California.
INJURED MEN DOING WELL.
Ulysses Harris, the negro prize fight
er who was shot, and ' John Hendy
Holte, the white sailor from the gun
boat Wheeling who was stabbed by a
negro woman, but In a different row,
however, were both resting easily at the
Queen's Hospital today. Holte's con
dition showed Improvement and the
prospects are that he will recover. The
condition of Harris Is about the same
today that It was yesterday, and the
physicians can see no particular change
GOT INTO A GALE.
The American ship Great Admiral,
Captain E. R. Sterling, arrived off the
port last night, 71 days from Newcas
tle, with a cargo of 19Si0 tons of coal for
, W. G. Irwin & Company. The vessel
left Newcastle April 21. On May 1 she
rail Into a gale and had to be hove to
for over half a day. Her jlbboom, fore
top and a number of sails were carried
away during the gale. Captain Sterl
ing Is an old trader, well known in Ho
' nolulu. This is the first time that he
has been. in Honolulu In two years.. He
is the owner of the vessel.
NEW LAW FIRM.
WAILUKU July 1. A rumor circu
lated about Walluku during the week
that a new law .firm would be estab
lished In this town consisting of J. M.
Vivas, J. W. Kalua and W. J. Coelho.
This however was not confirmed by
1 Vivas, but It is quite likely that Vivas
& Coelho may be associated in the
practice of law.
BILLS AGAINST GOVERMNENT.
The fiscal year having ended, officers
of the territorial government are anx
ious that nil bills against the territory
shall be presented before the 10th Inst.
In the past considerable annoyance has
been occasioned by the presentation of
bills too lato with the result that "spe
cial emergency bills" have been asked
LOVE DIVORCE GRANTED.
A divorce was granted this morning
to Joseph H. Love of Ewa from his
wife Mary Morse Love by Judge W. J.
RobinBon on grounds of Infidelity.
THOMAS IS EXPECTED.
The transport Tin mas Is expected at
any time from Manila and Nagasaki,
en rou to San Francisco.
House Lots For Sale
$5.00 Down, Dalance on
Terms to Suit Purchasers
For Further Particulars
I CO. In.
Corner Port ml
To All Wlpm It May Concern:
j Notice Is hereby given that I will not
j be responsible, for any debts contracted
j In my nanie without my written con
H: C. MOSSMAN.
Honolulu, July 2nd, ,19M.
METROPOLITAN" MEAT CO.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co. will close
Its' markets on Monday, July 4, at 8 a.
m. The delivery wagbns will leave at
7 a. ni. on that day.
! Ninth Annual. Championship
j Races on
JULY 4th, 1904
Over the' Pearl Harbor
, F. B. Damon..., Strokd-
i Dan Renear....;., n0 j-
Paul Jarrett No! 2
Bert Hellbrori Bow
Harry Stelner Coxswalrt
j MYRTLE CREW.
I George Crozler Stroke'
Ned Crabbe . No. 3
Ernest Kopke . No. 2
Louis King Bow
Luther Hough Coxswain
SECOND 11 ACE
Ben Clarke ".Stroke
Bob McCorrlston No. 3
W. Ry croft , No. 2
John Clarke Bow
Harry Stelner ...Coxswain
Melvin Simpson Stroke
Ralph Johnsoil No. 3,
Frank Beckert No. 2
Bob Hughes Bow
Luther Hough Coxswain
JUDGES-KA. A. Wilder, A. L. C. At
kinson, Lieut. Hamilton.
TIME-KEEPERS C. L. Crabbe, L.
P. Scott, Chris Willis.
REGATTA COMMITTE E C. C.
Rhodes, W. W. Harris, W. Soper.
Races will s.tarf Immediately after ar
rival of train at tho Peninsula.
Special train will leave Honolulu at
9 a. m., running direct to the Peninsula
and returning Immediately after the
finish of tho races.
Round trip ticket 75 cents.
C. C. Rhodes, Chairman.
All outstanding bltta against the Bu
reau of Agriculture ana Forestry, in
curred during the period commencing
January 1st, 1904, and ending June 30th,
1904, must be presented for payment
before tho tenth day of July, 1904.
C. B. IIOLLOWAY,
Executive Oftlcor, Board of Agriculture
Honolulu, T. II., June 30th.
Chang Poy Quon'has been admitted a
member of the firm of Phong Fat Co.
The Steamers KInau, Claudine and
Llkollko wllKoaoh sail ono day late at
their regular hour Fourth ot July week.
, WILDEn'S S. S. Co.
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