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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1904.
Si. as it. I? A Summer Proposition. Well. now. there's the ECE QUESTION ! Twn know you'll need lei, you know M! fet . necessity In hot weather. We Natfere you are . nxlous to set that Ice r left will give yoti satlsf otlon, and KxtfK Ktce to supply you. order from oi ift s b; co., KI&one 1151 Blue. Postofllce Box 606 . 6. IRWIN & CO., LTD . "Wro. O. Irwin President and Manager Joha I. Spreckels.. First Vice-President "W. M. Olffard.. ..Second Vice-President H. 34. Whitney Jr Treasurer Richard Ivors Secretary A.C. Lovekln Auditor SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS SA.GENTS FOU THE Oamalc IStennshli Company of San Francisco, Col. AGENTS FOU THE ScaWtSsh Union National Insurance tOompany of Edinburgh. WHhelmJna of Magdeburg General In surance Company. Allmraw Marine and General Assurance Cut, Ltd.. of London. Kojfnl Insurance Company of Liver pool AltiHMce Assurance Company of Lon don. Wtorcwstor German Insurance Company EABT & CO., LTD "EMie Elltr Ice Cream Parlors. Chocolates and Confectlonj Ice Cream and Water Ices Bakery Lunch. IEE ffll REIT IN THE CITY in on racmc Railroad SUGGESTS t;pecl and Comfort THicm trains dally through cars, first IWHt. icond class to nil points. Re u5 rates take effect soon. Write J8. F Booth, .General Agent. ""No. 1 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Travellers Agree THAT IS Quickest, Finest, Best A Train that Supplies All Demands To St. Louis or Chicago IN 3 DAYS from San Francisco. ELECTRIC LIGHTS READING LAMPS, JLUB CARS ALL GOOD '".IINGS Southern Pacific Information Bureau 613 Market Street, .San Francisco. l iflMiuAV Aun nun rni? iiniLimi nnu lhiiu uu u tfxivie; table .MAY 1st, 1903 OUTWARD. Waianae, Walalua, Itahuku and Wax? Stations '9:15 r m 3:20 p. m. Rearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Btmtlona 17:30 a. m., 9:16 a. m., lliott.a. in., 2:15 p. m., S:20 p. m., 4:1k' t. m., 5:15 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 01:5 P. m. INWARD. Wrtwe -Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal aJufb.and Walanae 8:3S m., S:-S1 V BC arrive 'Honolulu from Ewa Mill and vmaxH City 16:0 a. m., t7:4 a. m., tfcMJ cu m., 10:88 a. m., 2:85 p. m., a:tr.ip m., S'.Zl p. m., 7:40 p. m. ret-Uy. i (Sunday Excepted, K H'Hnday only. .IP.'.IBENNISON fflupt. r. C. SMITH, a, F, A. T, A. DtbtM Grandfather used it over 60 years ago. Then the children, and now the grandchildren. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral The oldest and hest remedy for coughs, colds, bronchi tis, and all throat and lung troubles. Beware imitations. In large and small bottles. Avoid constipation. Hasten a euro by tho mo of Ayer's rills. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Hut., U.S. A. Freshly Smoked Ham Lovers of ham will find some thing delicious In those we have now They are the best sugar cured hams, and smoked by us every second dny. which gives them a much finer flavor than when tho meat Is smoked In the stntes and shipped here. They nre full weight and not dried out like Eastern hams often are. When ynu order nsk for our "Aloha" freshly smoked ham we recommend It- Limited Telephone Main 45 Shirokane General Employment Olllce. Japanese and Chinese Laborers Etc., Supplied. Contract Work of Every Kind Under taken. Corner Emma and Beretanla Sieets. Telephone Blue 2181. New Rugs In the Rug Sale. The "Doric" arrived from the Orient just in the nick of time to add more handsome patterns to our rug sale. We really didn't expect them until next steamer, but now that they are here, we have included them with the others so as to make the last week of our sale unusually strong. The same liberal discount will be given on the new rugs as on the others. If you want new rugs for your floors you will never have a better chance than this to buy. Many new patterns are in the new lot. The sale includes beautiful blue and white Japanese Cotton Rugs; Chinese Twisted Matting Rugs, plain also, and Matting of every good kind. 177 S. King St. Tobacco Heart may be cured. Don't neglect your ymptoms. Dr. Miles Heart Cure is a great heart and blood tonic about irhlcli you will learn a, great deal and alio about heart trouble by sending poital toi ucd uw, uu uiouMCB ui iuo u? arc ana DrTvS. Uu. Miuu Midical Oo Elkhart, Ind. MISS DEMOCRACY'S LESSON. Miss Democracy will hereafter Insist war ner suitors ina' e Known their "in 'tentions" before the act of proposal. M l ml, I lit S GET A BEATING ELKS WIN OUT BY A SCORE OP 16 TO 1. MAILES DEFEATED BY THE H. A. C. The Honolulu Athletic Clubs' team has now a long lead In the baseball championship series with a percentage of "CO. On Saturday they added to their record by defeating the Malles after the game was practically lost. The first game was won by the Elks from the Kama by the astonishing score of 1G to 1. Umpire Powers has tendered Tils resignation to the league owing to the treatment he received frnm n ii.ptlnM nf 'thn rrnnHtftnnrl .lur ing the progress of Saturduy's games. 'Summaries: 1 ELKS. A.I!. R. Ii.H. P.O. A. E. Rushnell G 1 2 2 0 0 Russell, 2b 5 2 2 4 2 0 White, c 5 3 3 11 2 1 Wilder, rf u 1 2 0 n 0 Cunha, lb 3 2 1 10 1 0 Kaal, 3b 4 2 2 0 0 0 Kiy. cf 3 1 0 0 0 0 Gvcrs, ss 5 3 2 0 1 0 .mlaock, n 4 110 3 0 42 16 15 27 9 1 KAMEHAMEHAS. A.D. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. Sheldon, ss 4 0 0 2 1 1 Jones 3b-p 4 10 12 1 iBanatta, 2b 4 0 1 1.3 0 Richards, p-3b..4 0 0 0 1 0 Kealoha, c 4 0 1 S 1 2 Lemon cf 1 0 0 3 0 1 Reuter, lb-rf....4 0 0 2 0 0 Pahu, rf.. 0 0 0 1 0 0 Kakuewa, lb.... 2 0 0 8 0 0 Plunkett, If 3 0 2 1 0 0 30 1 4 27 S 5 Sorce bv Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 Kamehamehns t Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 Hits 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 04 Elks Runs 1 3 0 0 0 7 0 2 3 16 'Hits 1 3 0 0 1 5 0 2 315 Earned runs Elks, 2. Home run White. Three 'base hit White. Two base hit Rushnell. Sacrlllce hits Kia, Zamlock. 'Stolen bases Rushnell, Russell. Kaal, 2. Kla, Evers 3, Zamlock, Jones, Kea loha 2, Lamon 2. First base on balls Richards 2,'Jones 1, Zamlock 3. Struck out Zamlock 10; Richards 3, Jones 2. Wild pitch Zamlock 1. Left on bases E)ks 5, Kama G. Double Plav Vanatta to Kekuewa; White to Russell. 'Hit by Pitcher Kla, Kekuewa. Time of Game 1 hour 45 minutes. Umpire Bowers. Scorer Cutting.1 MAILES. A. 15. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. Cusack. 2b 4 1 1 .1 34 Hampton, ss-p..3 1114 3 Roberts rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 Robinson, rf....l 0 1 0 0 0 Davis, 3b 4 10 2 10 Brady o 4 0 0 0 2 1 Cogswell lb 3 1 11 1 Ryan cf-as .'.3 10 12 3 Delorle, If ..4 1 0 0 0 0 Wren, p 2 0 0 0 1 0 MauNamara, cf.l 0 0 0 0 0 31 G 4 21 13 12 HONOLULUS . A.BMl. B.H. P.O. A. E. En Sue, 3b 4 1 1 2 1 1 Fernandez lf-2b.5 1 I 3 0 1 J. Williams 2b-p.3 0 3 0 2 1 Aylett rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 Joy, p-c 4 112 5 0 J. Fernandez cf.4 10 10 0 'A. Williams ss..3 0 1,2 1 1 Gleason lb 4 117 0 0 Klley, c 0 0 0 1 2 0 Louis, c-lf 4 2 2 8 0 0 34 7 10 27 11 4 'Sorce 'by Innings 12345C7S9 'Mlales Runs 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 G Hits 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 Honolulu Runs 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 2 7 Hits 1 0 2 2 1 1 3 0 10 Earned runs Malles 1, Honolulu 2. Three base hits Cogswell, 'Hampton, Louis, Two base bit En Sue. 'Sacrifice hits Cusack, Davis, Wren, I3n isue, J. Williams, Aylett, A. Wil liams. Stolen bases Cusack, 'Hampton, Rob erts, Davis 2, Gogswell, Ryan, Delorle, Louis. iBose on balls Joy 6. Struck out Joy 10, Williams 2, Wren 5. Left on bases Honolulus 7, 'Malles 7. Double play Davis to Cusack to Cogswell. Passed balls' Klley 2, Louis 2, Gra dy 2 Balk Joy 1. Time of game 1 hour and 35 minutes. Umpire Bowers. Scorer Cutting. WEDDING IN HILO. IHLO, August 15. A very quiet wed ding took place last night at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Mc Taggart, at Walakea, when W. T. Mc Manus and Mrs. M. A. Ttlvenburg of San Diego, California, were united in marriage. Only the 'bride's daughter, Mrs. Irving Downing of Honolulu and the immediate friends of the couple were present. The McTaggart parlors were tastily decorated with a profusion of ferns and plants with white ribbons festooned from the center of the celling under which Itev. C. W. Hill performed the marriage ceremony. A Hawaiian quintette furnished music during the supper which was served later. Mr. and Mrs. McManus will spend a few weeks at the Volcano house, after which they will reside at their cottage on Pleasant street. Mrs. Rlvenburg lias spent tho past three years with her daughter In Honolulu, tout met Mr. Mc Manus on a recent visit to HUo about three months ago. SATURDAY'S PRIMARIES ELECTIONS PASSED OFF QUIETLY WITHOUT INCIDENT PRINCE CUPID HAS STRONG FOLLOWING. The Republican Primaries were held on Saturday t fternoon. The election passed oft tiUletly and without Incident. The majority of those returned are sup porters of Prince Cupid for the dcle gateship. The returns were as fol lows: FIRST PRECINCT FOURTH DIS TRICT. (Pawaa.) 'iFtor Territorial Convention T. P. Cummins, 12G; W. W. Harris, 123; D. P. R. Isenberg, 120; W. H. Charlock, 101; S. M. Kauai, 100; J. W. Iona, 83. For District Committee S. F. Chll llngworth, 126; Isaac Hurbottle, 124 S. K. Kumaloplll, 130; W. C Roe, 133; Ed. Towse, 127; Frank Andrade, 122; S. M. Kanakanul, 118; Charles Lewis, 119: G. S. Mac-y. 120; W. W. Chamberlain, 117; G. P. Thlelan, 95: RoTjert Pnhau, 73; Kalanl 82. SECOND 'PRECINCT 'FOURT DIS TRICT. (Maklkl.) For Territorial Convention J. A. Hughes,-104; J. W. Jones, 103; W. T. Rawlins ,128; H. E. Murray, 113; Frank J. Kruger, 117; J. A. Gllman, 74. For District Committee Q. H. Ber rey, 81; Wlllard E. Brown, 97; Charles Crane, 124; C. H. Cooke,-117; Captain Dabel, 111; C. M. V. Forster, 117; M. A. Gonfalves, 96; Hiram Kolomoku, 119; Josepii S. Richard, 104; Gus Scliuman, 114; George C Sea, 97. THIRD PRECINCT FOURTH DIS TRICT. (Pauoa.)) "For Territorial Convention J. Mana, 156; R. N. Boyd, 152; E. Faxon Bishop, 161; James W. Lloyd,, 146. For District Committee E. Faxon Bishop. Antone Manuel, George K. Lowe, John C. Olovlera, Frank H. Fos ter, Lima Kahaunnele. A. K. Kaco. SIXTH PRECINCT-iFOURTH Vlb- TRICT. For Territorial Convention Lorrln Andrews, Charles A. Yarrlck and Wil liam. S. Fleming. For District Committee E. G. Car rera J .J .Hughes, W. S. Fleming, V. J. Stansbery ,C. K. Quinn and L. An drews. EIGHTH PRECINCT-FOURTH DIS TRICT. For Territorial Convention W. F. Heilb.'on, 95; Charles L .Beal 94; T. J. King 94; J. Lucas, 93: G. E. Smithies. 93; J C. Quinn, 90; Carlos A. Long, S9; H. C. Pllugor, S9. For District Committee Georg- Smith 96; F. L Thompson, 93; W. J. Karrattl, 81; John A. Jdhnson, 94; C. Crozler, 101; C. W. Zeigler. 9; W H. Thornton, 92; C. G. Ballantyne, 9S. F. L. Waldron. 96; J. M. Kealoha, i-. t. J. Lord, 93; F. E. Richardson, si; Ka wal George. 76; T. H. Petrle. 92; E. O. White, 93; J. M. Kea, 71. FIRST PRECINCT FIFTH DIS TRICT (Kaneohe.) For Territorial Convention Henry Cobb Adams, D. O. Konaaihele. For District Committee-Frank Pa hla, Jolin Brown, Moko Konaaihele. THIRD PRECINCT FIFTH DIS TRICT. (Walalua.) For Territorial Convention A. S. MahaUlu, CO: W. W. Goodale. 53. For District Committee-Andrew Cox, G8; Oscar Cox. CI; Edward Hore. 68. SEVENTH PRECINCT FIFTH DIS TRICT. For Territorial Convention-Solomon Mahelona, 121; T, Mc'Cants Stewart, 1.1, EU J. Crawford. 121: George Lucas 121 J. A A'heong, 131; I. H. Sherwood, 121. For District Commlttee-H. C. Vlda, 121; William Henry 121; K. It. G. Wal. ace 120; Isaac L. Cockett. 121; George Barker. 120; B. P. Zab an, 121. Henn Cockett. 121; L. Mamealoha 121, J. Ka halekaulla 121; Henry Huka, 121, J. Fern 120; M. K. Kaauwal, 121. EIGHTH PRECINCT-FIFTH DIS TRICT. For Territorial Convention-John C. Lane 82; Samuel C. D wight, 82, G. l. Desha, 80; N. Fernandez, 78. For District Committee-Charles N. Dw?Bht 7 J. U Al.olo, 81; J. Kapo no 80; H. Kahele, 77; D. Kama, .8. b. Kalelopu, 80; Pulehu, 77. All are for Kuhlo. NINTH PRECINCT FIFTH DIS TRICT. ?"Nv!'paikrul. F.'T. P. Water house. 74. ' !For District Commlttee-E. R. Adams 75; E. Henrlnues, 74; L. K. Ka-nf; S. L. Kekumano. 74; A. Mackintosh 74 H. Meek. 74; A. S. C. Pllanala, 74, james Shaw. 74; S. G. Wilder. 74. TENTH PRECINCT FIFTH DIS TRICT. For Territorial Convention-Charles c Clark Cl: W. 'H. Crawford, 51. CFor District Committee-Charles J. Broad, 51; William K. Isaac, 62; J. L. Kaulukou. 48; William Kwal Fong, 49. , HAYTIEN DISORDERS QUELLED. r,...0 -Mnrnintr service. Associaieu . PORT AU PRINCE, August 7.-The Government is queuing -" Two men have been executed. ANOTHER BLOW AT STRIKERS. . Mnrnlne Service. iVHSUUlU-LCU ' " .J - SAN FRANCISCO, August 7.-Judge Hunt has decided tnat picKeuui, j cotted places is Illegal oiTTciArsn STRIKERS PARADE. CHICAGO, August 7. Twenty-five 'mmis.'inrl strikers paraded last night in ' the packing-house district. rr-mrcn TO KILL A PRESIDENT. MONTEVIDEO, August 7 An unsuc- nttomnt Una llppn 1111(10 tO as- V. V V -.-,- - loooinoto tho PrAsldant of Uruguay. A , . - - - torpedo was thrown unuerneam ma carriage. HOLD ON TO YOUR CROWN. When Nicholas found that the Stand ard Oil Company had invaded Kussia he concluded to have his crown strap ped to his head. Augusta Herald. ?..:.... ?A:a?-..'?....i.?V ?i7;-.4S",?i- ?iJv'iv, For - m atfe 1904 Wright & Dltson Championship Tennis Balls $4.25 per dozen. 1004 B. G I. Chnmplonshlp Tennis Ralls 14.00 per dozen. . TENNIS RACKETS. B. G. I. Special Cane Shoulder $7.25 each " W. & D. Plm $6.25 each. W. & D, Campbell $5.90 each W. & D. Driver $7.25 each. B. G. I. Special $6.50 each Rackets re-strung with best White Gut $2.00 'each. A large shipment of Balls and Rack ets received fresh from makers per Ala meda this week. All above goods, and all restringlng fully guaranteed. . H L 0. HALL & SON,- LTD. 9 wtm i"m?i,,?iT ' ,?i?i?i. "i .e:..,e:.. . . . . . . . . .: . '.a:... e ;); r.. As other Large These safes are now on the Tlie Herring Hall Marvin Safe is so constructed that its contents are absolutely preserved. A scientific study of the effect of fire on safes, combined with 60 years experience la safe construction, warrants the manufactures to make the claim that their safes are positively perfect. We carry a large assortment of safes from $50.00 up. Cash or install' ments. Theo. LHL Davies & Co., Hardware OUR OWN LINE San Francisco to Chicago (WITHOUT CHANGE). OILED ROAD BED ALL THE WAY STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY Trade Stopping en route at Los Angeles, and the "GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA." World's Fair Dates from San Francisco July 13-14, ' August 8-9-10-18-19, September 5-6-7-8, October 3-4-5-6. SPECIAL RATES. San Francisco to St. Louis and Return $ 67.EI San Francisco to Chicago and Return 72.50 San Francisco to New York and Return 107.50 San Francisco t Bostui. and Return 108.50 Call on agent of Railroad Lines at Wm. G. l.-wln & Co. 66 The Only W&y To the World's Fair at St, Louis The Handsomest Trains in the World, consisting of Matchless Chalr Cars, Standard and Compartment Sleepers, Cafe-Library-Lounging-Smolc-Ing-Observation Cars, all wide Vestibuled, are operated over the Chlcag & Alton Railway between KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CRTY, AND CHICAGO, AND ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO. This fact, together wlti the courteous attention shown everybody, makes the Chicago & Alton Rail way Indeed "THE ONLY WAY." Nice connections are made with all line entering Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago. Kindly request the Agent to ticket you over the Chicago & Alton Rail way, or address: A. P. STEWART, General Agent, Chicago & Alton Rall- way, 80 Crocker Building, San Francisco, Calif. Eight parts of the World's Fair Portfolios now ready at Star office. Tennis Players W ""Si5- . '. a Q1DIE floor and ready for Inspect! ion. Department Mark also "THE PETRIFIED FORESTS" 99 Eight parts of the World's, Fair Portfolios now ready at Star office. ent fit. if! In,' 4