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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WaD"NDA?, AUGUST 10, 1064. Just What, the Joctot? rOriered properties o f pure hops 'combined with absolute purity makes Pnrno Lagep I the best tonic for mind And body :sa:i2r goods We have just received a large invoice of goods which are now on display, also Panama Hats. Tito latest styles in ladies and gents hats on hand and made to order on short notice. EC. FUKURODA. 28 and 32 Hotel St. Robinson Block Bargains in Panama Hats WE ARE CLEANING UP HATS AND ARE OFFERING KING STREET, NEXT S. SAIKI, Bamboo Furniture AND PICTURE FRAMES. Neat ana Handsome Designs made to ordr. CSS Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl. S. YOKOtI550, (' atrnctor for Stone and pement work Oruslaed Rock Prices: No. 2, 1 cubic yard. $1.70; No. 3, 1 cubic yard .$1.00; No. 4. 1 cubic yard, $2.05. Delivered to any part ot the city, white anil black sand, foun dations, curbing nnd cornl stones, bal last for ships and fire wood always on hand. Emma Hall corner Beretanla nd Nuunnn street. Phone Blue 1211 SililpiSi ARRIVING. Iate Name From. July 1 Alameda San Francisco 2 Manuka Victoria, B. C. 7 Nevadan San Francisco 8 Mongolia Yokohama 9 Korea San Francisco 12 Sonoma Colonies 13 Sierra San Francisco 19 China Yokohama 21 Gaelic San Francisco 22 Alameda San Francisco 27 MIowera Colonies 30 Aorangl Victoria, B. U 81 Do-Ic San Francisco Aug. 2 Mongolia San Francisco 2 Ventura Colonies 3 Sonoma San Francisco 6 Nevadan San Francisco 12 Siberia Yokohama 12 Alameda San Francisco 13 China San Francisco 23 Coptic . Yokohama 23 Sierra Colonies 24 Ventura San Francisco 24 Moana Colonies 25 Doric Sa Francisco 27 MIowera Victoria, B. C. Sept 2 Alameda San Francisco 3 Korea Yokohama 6 Nevadan San Francisco 6 Siberia San Francisco 13 Gaelic Yokohama 13 Sonoma Colonies 14 Sierra San Francisco 17 Coptic San Francisco 21 Aorangl Colonies 23 Alameda San Francisco 24 Mongolia Yokohama 24-Moana Victoria, B. C. 28 Korea San ""rancisco DEPARTING. Date. Name. For. July 2 Manuka Colonies 6 Alameda San Francisco 8 Nevadan tSan Francisco 5 Mong 11a San Francisco 9 Korea Yokohama 12 Sonoma San Francisco 13 Sierra Colonies 19 China San Franilsco 21 Gaelic Yokohama 27 Alameda San Francisco 27 MIowera Victoria, B. C. 30 Aorangl Colonies 31 Dorl- San Francisco Aug. 2 Mongolia Yokohama 2 Ventura San Francisco 3 Sonoma Colonies 7 Nevadan tOan Francisco 12 Siberia San Francisco 13 China Yokohama 17 Alameda San Francisco 23 Coptic San Francisco 23 Sierra San Francisco 24 Ventura Colonies 24 Moana Victoria, B. C. 25 Dorl o .Yokohama 27 MIowera Colonies Sept. 3 Korea San Francisco 6 Siberia ..Yokohama 7 Alameda San Francisco 7 Nevadan tSan Francisco 13 Gaelic San Francisco 13 Sonoma San Francisco 14 Sierm, ' Colonies 17 Coptic Yokohama 21 Aorangl...". Victoria, B. C. ,5 24 'Mongolia San Francisco 24 Moana Colonies 28 Korea 'Yokohama 28 Alameda San Francisco Cnlllntr nt Manila. tVlaKahuluL T' "l!." OUR STOCK OF PANAMA THEM AT COST PRICES. TO CASTLE & COOKE. Honolulu Iron Works, STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRAS AND i.E 1 CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description Made to order. Particular attention paid . Ship's Blackstnlthlng. Job Work Exe cuted i" Short Notice T. HAYASHI, TAILOR. Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired. 537 Beretanla Street. Opposite Queen's Hospital. OUEEN STREET DBALBKiil XTC Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Special attention giver? io DRAYING ALSO, WHITE AND BLACK SAND M1RTKIDANT. Barber Shop and Bath Rooms Nuuanu Street between Pauahl and Beretanla. BY AUTHORITY SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain Alias Execution Issued by 'Lyle IA. Dickey, District Magistrate of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on the 30th day of June, A. D. 1901, in the matter of James AY. Pratt, Assessor and Collector of Taxes, First Division, Plaintiff, vs H. L. Kerr, Defendant, I have, In said Honolulu, on this 29th j day of July A. D. 1904, levied upon, and ' shall offer and expose for sale nnd se-11 j at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, in said Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon or Monday, the 29th day of August, A. D. 1904, all "the right, title and interest of the snld H. L. Kerr, Defendant, in nnd to the following described real property, i unless tho sum of One Hundred and I Nine and 25-100 dollars, that being the amount for which said Alias Execution issued, together with interest, costs and j my fee and expenses are previously paid: I Lot No. 39 of Pacific Heights, Hono- lulu, Oahu, containing 21,800 square feet, being a portion of L. C. A. 273, R. P. 202, and conveyed to H. L. Kerr and M. S. Smith by deed of C. W. Booth and wife, as of record In the Registry Office, in said Honolulu, in Liber 223, page 219; lAnd by deed of M. L. Smith and wife to H. L. Kerr, of nil undivided interest In and to above premises, as of record in said Registry Office in Liber 223, page 220. A cah payment of one-halt of the amount of the successful bid In United States Gold Coin will be required at time of Hale, the balance to be paid in United States Gold Coin upon the de livery of the deed. Deed at expense of purchaser. Dated at said Honolulu, this 29th day of July, A. D. 1904. A. M. BROWN, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. BUILDERS AND TRADERS MEET EXPRESS SATISFACTION OVER T1IR KjrPI.OYM.KXT OP ONLY CITI55KN LA 1)011. At yesterday's meeting of the Build er's and Trader's Exchange n, com mittee consisting of L. 15. Plnkham, A. Gartley, John Emmeluth, J. Rosen Mtlen and President J. H. Craig was chosen to confer with committee from the Chamber of Commerce nnd the Merchants' Association to arrange for the entertainment of United Stntes 'Senator Foraker of Ohio during his coming visit. V. V. Hall, John Emmeluth and W. J. England were appointed n committee to wait on Acting Governor Atkinson and present .him with the following re solution: Whereas, The Builders & Traders' Ex change through Its Legislative Commit-, tee was Instrumental In drawing, pre- sentlng nnd urging the passage of the citizen labor and eight hour law ns it' now stands ns a statute of the Territory, of Hawaii. Whereas, any law to fulfill Its object and benefit the people and lie an active force must bo carried out by an ener getic aggressive and persistent execu tive and j Whereas, the Honorable A. L. C At kinson, Acting Governor of the Terri tory of Hawaii in the matter of the nnlnln.T.'i.lnlnii frvi il niiniynrtt liflM shown that citizen labor Is available when accorded reasonable consideration and w.ijres, and ! Whereas, said Acting Governor hns by vigorous language and determined oction shown that citizen labor shall have the recognition and protection to which It la entitled, - Therefore, be it resolved: That this Exchange in the strongest possible lan gunge desires to express its apprecla-, linn nml ..mlnrompnt nf thp sentiments and action of the said Acting Governor Atkinson In this matter. That this Exchange asserts the per sistent fololwlng out of the letter and spirit of the citizen labor law will en courage the responsible members of the community, good .citizenship and gen eral prosperity. And be It further resolved; That n committee of three be appointed to wait on Acting Governor Atkinson and pre sent a copy of this resolution. Signed this ninth day of August. A. D. 1904! THE BUILDERS AND TRADERS' EXCHANGE. By its President, J. H. CRAIG. By its Secretnry J. V. AVERY. The following correspondence with the Superintendent of Public Works was ordered filed: July 29, 1904. Hon. C. S. Holloway. Superintendent of Public Works, City, sir-! imvfi tho honor to advise you that at an adjourned regular monthly meeting of the Builders & Traders' Ex change held last evening, the committee appointed to confer with you on the matter of segregating bids on the large Jobs of government work, reported the following recommendations: "Your Committee therefore recom mend that the Exchange suggest to the Superintendent of Public Works the calling for separate bids or tenders on the following departments of the work on these two public JobsUnsane Asylum and Normal School) and nil future jobs of similar size to wit: (1) 'Brick and 'Concrete Including structural iron; (2) Carpenter work; (3) Plastering; (4) Sheet metal work- (5) PlunVblng; (6) Electrical work .Mid (7) Painting.'" The recommendation was amended by adding another division, to wit: (8) iri,- ..r,.i nompnt ornaments, and was then on motion unanimously adopted ns amended. On behalf of the Exchange and Its membership I have therefore the honor to suggest that all bids on the Normal School and Insane Asylum nnd all fu ture jobs of similar size you call for separate tenders for bids on each of the eight branches above enumerated. Thanking you for your courtesy in this matter. - Jeg to remain. Very respectfully, (Signed) J. D. AVERY, Secretary. Department of Public Works Honolulu, T. H., Aug. 3 1904. j D Averv, Secretary Builders & Trad. ' era' Exchange, Honolulu, T. II. Dears alr:-I beg to acknowledge re ceipt ot your favor of tho 29th ult. In which you advise me of the action ta ken by the Exchange relntive to the segregation ot bids on government work and would sav that tho matter has had my careful consideration. Ac cording to newspaper reports, it seems i.-ur the nnlnon of the com mittee appointed to Interview mo that I had agreed to maice me Bt.-Ki--b"""" In acordance with the recommendations of the Exchange on both the Normal and Insane Asylum bulldlnc. This was certainly not my Intention nnd as I recollect the interview, I advised the Committee that I should be glad to con sider any recommendations made W the Exchange, but I most certainly did not bind myself to abide any segrega tions which they should propose. I un derstand that the principal point brought forward In favor of the sovern ment segregating bids on large build ings was tliat the work would be u perlor to that done by a general con tractor and also that the work would not be hb expensive. To both of these points 1 moil re spectfully bog to take exception ns In the case of quality of work it Is the government's endeavor to see that everything 1h done in exact accordance withe specifications. It l rather a hard matteT to furnlsli any comparison as to the cost of work as done 'by general contractors anu where segregations nre made, but in order to prove my belief that work can bo done cheaper under a general con tractor. I hope to 'bo able to make cer tain segregations on the Normal School and also cull fr tenders on tho entire work. By doing this, a careful com IMirlson can bo made of thf cost. The plana of the Insane asylum wore too far advanced to make any ohnngos but unless I am shown by tho tenders received for the. normal school that work It much cheaper when segregated, I slmll not fell inclined to make any changes In our prevent form of specifi cations without very xood res wins for them. I beg to remain, Very respectfully, "'. a, HOLLOWAY. Superintendent of Public Works. MISS RtTHUT'S WEDDIN '.. SAN FRANCISCO. Julv IS The w d dlng of Miss Gertrude Alice Rftiiet and Lieutenant nurence Agene of the Royal Navy, which took place In Vic toria on Saturday, is of much Interest to San Franciscans, as the fair bride was born nnd made here home In this city for many years. Miss Rlthet Is the daughter of R. P. Rlthet, formerly of San Francisco, but who, of recent years has made his home In British Columbia. Miss Rlthet. however, hns frequently visited hero nnd will be re membered ns one of the bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Knte Gunn and Mr. Woods a year or more ago. She Is 'Mrs. Woods' most Intlmnte friend and has often been her guest for weeks at a time. Lieutenant Agene Is on duty nt the Roynl Navy Yard at Esqulmault. The wedding was celebrated at Christ Church Cathedral nnd wns one of the most brilliant affairs of the kind In Its history. The church was fragrant with countless roses and was crowded to the doors by a fashlonnble assemblage. Archdeacon Shriven officiated In the absence of the Lord Bishop. Mr. Her man Robertson had charge of the In cidental music. The Invited guests numbered upward of 500, Including ISO from Cnllfornln and Hawaii. The bride looked very fair In a beautiful gown of white crepe do Chine, covered with Brussels lace and carried a bouquet of orange blossoms sent her by friends In 'California Miss Dunsmulr acted ns mnld of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Velda Wason of Cleveland and Miss Roberts of Seattle, who wore Nile green gowns of colonial pattern. J. A. Rlthet was best man nnd Edward Gunn of San Francisco nnd Professor Mllnor Roberts of Seattle ushers. A reception followed the church service nt Holly Bank, Mr. Rlthet's Victoria resi dence. REASON FOR THANKS. The optimism of the Georgia darkey is without limit. One of them, tolling I ntho" hot sun thp other day, snld: "Thank de Lawd fer a persplrln' life that leads us ter think of de fine here after!" Atlanta Constitution. Attacks of Colic, cholera morbus, pains in tho stomach, dysentery and diarrhoea come on suddenly and so of ten prove fatal before a physician can be summoned, that a reliable remedy should always be kept at hand. Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has no equal as a cure for these ailments. It never falls to give prom.it relief even in the most severe cases. It Is pleasant to take and every household should have a bottle nt hand. Get It today. It m.tj save a life. For sale by all dealers. Benson, f.mlth & Co., agents for Hawaii. vvvvvvvvvvwvvtfvvvvvvvvvwnnnn For KIDNEY TROUBLES and UAIAKRH of ihe BLADDER. f!?rpQ oil I Discharges in 48 Hours; ch cnpiali nam isrlMirw ,,o nuuij BY AUTHORITY SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. In the matter of two certain Alias Executions, one of which Issued out of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii on the 7th day of April, 1901, In the matter of Al len nnd Robinson 'Limited vs. Lee YIck et nl, which wns, on June Gth, 1901, by order of Geo. D. Gear, Second Judge of said Court, renewed for a period of thirty days and the time for making re turr to the same extended for a like period of thirty days, and which was, on July 5th, 1904, by order of Geo. D. Gear, Second Judge of said Court, further renewed for a period of sixty days from July 5th, 1904, and the time for making return to the same extended for a like period of sixty dnys; and the other Alias Execution was Issued by Lyle A. Dickey, District Magistrate of Honolulu, Islam1 of Onhu, Territory of Hawaii, on tho 21st dny of June, 1901, In the matter of Won Gnv Loul Chee, Chong Tnl King, Chee Fook You and Lum Bar Tong, doing business as Won and Loul Company, vs. Lau Wnl, Lee YIck and others, doing business as Sun Lock Company; I have, in snld Hono lulu, on this 19th day of July A. D. 1901. under and by virtue, first, of the first hereinabove entitled Alias Execution, and secondly, of the second hereinabove entitled Alias Exe utlon, levied upon, and shall offer and expose for sale and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, nt the Police Station, Kala kaua Hale, In raid Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of Friday, the 19th day of August, A. D. 1901, all the right, tl' e and Interest of Loo Y'lck, Won Lui. Chin Mun None and Lau Wnl, defend ants, and of Lau Wnl, Lee YIck and others doing business as Sun Lock Company, in and to the following des cribed leaseholds, unleea tho sum of sixteen hundred and forty-two and 67 100 dollars, the amount of tho first here inabove mentioned Alias Execution, and the sum of two hundred and twenty and 70-100 dollars, tho amount of the s'econd hereinabove mentioned Alias Execution, togetnc" with Interest, coats and my fee and expenses are previously paid: FIRST. " Lo-se from William Mutch to Geo. H, Xaaaaai The Strenuous Life Requires something to put vim and vigor in one's system. There is nothing quite so satisfying as a reasonable amount of RAINIER BEER Ideal for hunting, mgs. Kentwell ns of record In the Registry Office, In said Honolulu, In Liber 240, pnge 54, of that certain piece or parcel of Innd being a portlqn of L. C. A. 3G Apnna 2, in said Honolulu, described as follows: Beginning nt a point on the South side of Kekaulllte Street Extension from which the South corner of Pauahl street and Kekaullke street extension, as shown on Governmtnt Survey register ed Map No. 13S4, bears North 60 15 East, true, 100 feet, and running b true healings: 1. North 60 15' East. 39 feet along Kekaullke street Extension 2. North 73 53' East, 13 S-10 ft. along L. C. A. l'.S B, to Kekoa 3. South 13 33' East, IS 1-2 ft. along some and end of Inne; 4. South SO" 00' West, 71 2-10 ft. along L. C. A. 270 to Maaui 5. Due North, CS 4-10 ft. along Grant 31C4 to the Initial point. Area, 4495 square feet. And also a four-foot right-of-waj running from Pauahl street along the Ewa side of L. C. A. 270 to Slanu, to the premises hereinabove described. Term of said Lease, 15 years from December 1st, A. D. 1902. Rental, $23 per month for first ten years; and ?27 per month for remain ing five years. The above described lease assigned by Geo. H. Kentwell to Chin Mun None, March 15th, 1903, as of record in the s.i id Registry Office In Liber 24G, page 54, for the purpose of carrying out a certain agreement dated March 5th, A. D. 1903, between Shung Loch Co. and Chin Mun Non. Wm. Mutch consented to said assign ment. See Liber 246, page 54. SECOND. Lease from William Mutch, Isabella L. Mutch, Lucille M. Mutch and Maria J. Mutch to George Kentwell, dated De cember 1st, A. D. 1902, of that certain piece or parcel of land, being a portion of L. C. Award 270 Maau and 136-137 Ap. 2 Maalahla and a portion of Grant 3164 Kaktua In Klklhale, Honolulu, Oa hu, T. II., described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast end of a lane oft the mauka side of Hotel Street from which the North corner of Hotel and Maunnkea Streets as shown on Government Survey Registered Map No. 13S1 bears S. 4 26' E. truo 154 feet and running by true bearings: , 1. N. 1" 03' E. 41 feet along end of lane and L. C. A. 1013 Apana 2; 2. N. 71" 40' E. 14', feet along portion of Grant 3164 to the Southwest corner of L. C. A. 36 Apana 2, ns shown on Government Survey Registered Map No. 13S4; 3. N. SO 00' E. 71 2-10 ft. along L. C. A. 26 Apana 2; 4. S. 23" 30' E. 93 S-10 ft. along por tion of L. C. A. 270 Mnau; 5. S. 57 10' W. 10 ft. along the Laza rus premises; 6. N. 32 40' W. 17 ft. along the Booth premises; 7. S. 73 25' W.. 10 ft. along same; 8. N. 32 22' W. 53 ft. along por tions of L. C. A. 270 nnd 130-137 Ap. 2 nnd Grant 3161; 9. S. 59' 45' W. 13 2-10 ft along por tion of Grant 3161 to tho Initial point. Area, 7S65 square feet. Term of said lease, 15 years from De cember 1st, A. D. 1902. Rental, $30 per month for first ten years; and $33 per month for remain ing five years. The last heroin described lease as signed by Geo. Kentwell to Chin Mun Non, March 5th, 1903, for the purpose of carrying out the conditions of a certain agreement made on March 5th, 1903, be tween Shung Lock Co. and Chin Mun Non. AVm. Mutch, Isabella L. Mutch, Lu cille M. Mutch and Maria J. Mutch consented to said assignment. A cash payment of one-half of the amount of the successful bid in United 11 I fishing and other ouf- Phone While 1331 P. 0. Box 517 States Gold Coin will bo required at time of sale, the balance to be paid In United States Gold Coin upon the de livery of the bill of sale. Bill of sale at expense of purchaser. Dated at said Honolulu, this 19th day. of July, A. D. 1901. A. M. BROWN, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain Ex ecution Issued out of tho Supremo Court of the Territory of Hawaii, on the 23rd day ot June, 1901, In the matter of Mrs. J. A. King, Plaintiff, vs. R. W. Davis, defendant, I did, in tho District of Koolaupoko, Island of Oahu, Terri tory of Hawaii, on the Sth day of July, A. D. 1904, levy upon, and shall offer and expose for sale and sell at publlo auction, to the hirhest bidder, at tho Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, in Ho nolulu, said Island ot Oahu, nt IS o'clock noon of Thursday, tho 11th day of August, A. D. 1901, all the right, tltlo and Interest of the said R. W. Davl3, Defendant, In and to all the following? described personal property, unless tho sum of Two Hundted and Thirty and 42-100 Dollars, that being the amount for which said Execution Issued, to gether with Interert, costs and my tea' and expenses are previously paid: 1 two-seated wagon with top, 4 mules, 1 Ice chest, 1 small flat-botton boat, 1 double harness, except 1 collar; 4 fish nets, 1 canoe, 66 bags salt. For further particulars inquire at my. Office. Dated at said Honolulu, this 9th day; of July, A. D. 1904. A. M. BROWN, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. SHERIFF'S SAE NOTICE. Under nnd by virtue of a certain Alias Execution issued by X,yIo A. Dickey, District Magistrate of Hono lulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha waii, on the 30th dny of June 1904, in the matter of James L. Holt, Collector of Taxes, First Division, vs. Thos. Foe rent, I have, In said Honolulu, on this 2Sth day of July, A. D. 1901, levied up on, and shall offer and expowe for salo and sell at public auction, to the high est bidder, at the Police Station,. Kala kaua Hale, in said Honolulu, ot 12 o'clock noon of Mondny, tho 29th day of August, A. D. 1901, nil the right, tltlo nnd Interest of the said Thos. Forrest In and tk) the following doeciibed rent property, unless the Hum of Twenty three and 10-100 dollar), that being tho amount for which said Alias Execution Issued, together with interest, costs ana my fee and expenses are previously paid: All that piece ot land situated at Ka panken, Honolulu, Oahu, containing 11, 900 square feet, being a pnrt of R. P. 177, and conveyed to Thos. Forrest by deed of S. De Nobrega nnd wife, as of record In the Registry Ofllee, In said Honolulu, 111 Llber 130, page 31S. The above described premises situated on the makal Wnlklkl vomer ot Be retanla and McCullv Stivets, leased by Thomas Forrest to W. L. Bowers for two years from May 1st, 1903, at a monthly rental of $12.50, as of record in said Registry Ofiloe in Llbfr 246, paga 33C, A eflh jwvnient of one-hnlf of 'the amount ot the successful bid In United States Gold Coin will be required at time of sale, the balance to be paid In United Stntoa Gold Coin upon the de livery of the doed, 1 Deed at expense of purolwser. Dated at sold Honolulu, thtti 3gth day of July, A. D. 1901. A. if. BROWN, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.