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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1901.
sets--. Just What theJpLoctoc Ordered propertics'of pure hops 'combined with absolute purity makes Prtmo Lager, the best tonic for mind and body JMKTVtT GOODS Wc have just received a large invoice also Panama Hats. The latest styles in ladies and gents short notice. 28 and 32 Hotel St. Bargains in Panama Hats WE ARE CLEANING UP HATS AND ARE OFFERING KING STREET, NEXT S. SAIKI, Bamboo Furniture AND PICTURE FRAMES. Neat and Handsome Designs made to order. 663 Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl. S. YOKOMIiCO, I' atractor or Stone and Cement work Rock Trices: 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 of the city, white and black sand, foun dations, curbing and coral stones, bal last for ships and fire wood always on hand. Emma Hall corner Beretania and Nuuanu street. I'hone Blue 1211 ARRIVING. Date . 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 SO Aorangi Victoria, B. C 31 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 I 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 C Nevadan San Francisco 0 Siberia San Francisco 13 Gaelic Yokohama 13 Sonoma Colonies 14 Sierra San Francisco 17 Coptic San Francisco 21 Aorangi Colonies 23 Alameda San Francisco 24 Mongolia Yokohama 24 Moana Victoria, B. C. 25 Korea San ranclsco -'" DEPARTING. ' ' " Date. Name. For. July 2 Manuka Colonies 6 Alameda San Francisco S Nevadan tSan Francisco 8 Mong 11a San Francisco 9 Korea Yokohama 12 Sonoma San Francisco 13 Sierra Colonies 19 China San Franslsco 21 Gaelic Yokohama 27 Alameda San Francisco 27-flIiowera Victoria, B. C. 30 Aorangi Colonies i 31 Dorb San Francisco Aug. 2 Mongolia 'Yokohama 2 Ventura San Francisco . 3 Sonoma Colonies 7 Nevadan -fOan Francisco 12 Siberia San Francisco 13 China Yokohama S. 17 Alameda San, Francisco 23 Coptic San Francisco 23 Sierra San Francisco '" 24 Ventura Colonies 21 Moana Victoria, B. C. 25 Dorl c i .... Yokohama 27 Miowera Colonies Bept. 3 Korea. ... San Francisco C Siberia. ..'Yokohama 7 Al&m'eda ,.San Francisco ," 7 Wevndan v ..tSan Francisco lS-GaelIc Snn Francisco is Sonoma San Francisco i 14 Sierra Colonies 17 Coptic Yokohama 21 Aorangi .....Victoria, B. C. 24 'Mongolia... San Francisco 24 Moana Colonies 28 Korea 'Yokohama 28 Alameda San FraYicIsco Calling at Manila. tVIa Kahului. of goods which are now on display, hats on hand and made to order on Robinson Block. OUR STOCK OF PANAMA THEM AT COST PRICES. TO CASTLE & COOKE. Honolulu Iron Works 0TEAM ENGINES. SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS AND IaE ' CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description Mad to order. Particular attention paid Ship's Blacksmlthlng. Job Work Exe- smed on Short Notice. T. TTAYASHI, TAILOR. Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired. 537 Beretanla Street Opposite Queen's Hospital. E ill QUEEN STREET Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Special attention given to DRAYING ALSO. WHITE AND BLACK SAND MIRIKIDANT. Barber Shop and Bath Rooms Nuuanu Street between Pauahl and Beretanla. BY AUTHORITY SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under nnd 'by virtue of a certain Alln, 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 W. Pratt, Assessor and Collector of Taxes, First Division Plaintiff, vs H. L. Kerr, Defendant, have, in said Honolulu, on this 29th day of July A. D. 1904, levied upon, and Bhall offer and expose for sale and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Polico 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 said H. L, Kerr, Defendant, in and to the following described real property, unless the sum of One Hundred and Nine and 25-100 dollars, that .being the amount for which said Alias Execution Issued, together with Interest, costs and my fee and expenses aro previously paid: - ., Lot No. 39 of Pacific Heights, Hono lulu, Oahu, containing 21,800 square feet, being a portion of L. C. A. 273, R. P. 302, nnd conveyed to II. L. Kerr and M. S. Smith oy deed of C. V. Booth and wife, as of record in the Registry page 219; lAnd by deed of M. L. Bthilh and' wife to H. L. Kerr, of ah undivided Interest In and to above prefiilsos, as of record in said Registry Olllco In Liber 2S3. page 220. A cash "payment of one-halt of the amount 'et the successful 'bid in United Stati 'Gold Coin will Uo required at tim of sale, the balance to be paid in United States Gold Coin upon tlio de livery of the deed. Deed nt expense ot purchaser. Dated at said Honolulu, this 2ith day of July, A, D. 1004. A. M. BROWN, lljgh Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. WAR OUTBRE AK RUSSIANS AND JAPANESE HAVE FIERCE ROUGH AND TUMBLE FIGHT AS RESULT OF WAR FEELING. VANCOU EU, B. 0., July 28. (Spe cial). The fiercest kind of a free llshl with several 'broken heads us a result, took place Saturdny night at Douglas City, Alaska, between Japanese- find Russian minors resident there. The row began In a quarrel between two miners, one a son of the mlKtido una the other a former soldier of the-cznr. The Jap accused the Russian of speaking disrespectfully of Japan, anil half an hour later the whole foreign po pulation of the place was mixed up In the riot. Forty Japs and sixty-live Russians were engaged. First they threw .stones at each other I, lit thlu .. Inmr rnnn-n Urine- finil . nelther did much damage. Then the Jans chnrirwl and nlthouch the Rus-, sians are muscular i.nd nig, uiey were swept down the one narrow street. Staves nnd dubs and hob-nailed boots were used to effect and several of the foreigners are still In the hospital. One man had an eye put out nnd another's leg was broken. A message was sent to Marshal John-' ... CM. 1.,,t 1,,. Mr,,., ho I ,11, ill omiftt.uj, uuk, Uj Lilt -nv- had arrived early on Sunday quiet was restored. REALTY TRANSFERS Entered for Record Aug. 10, 1904. Wong Feat and wf to Low June....BS T Omorl et al to Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co CM Lau Aho by mtgee to Mow Chong Wal Co Bishop & Co to George Andrews.. ..Rel L K Kaulukou by atty to Wing Sing Lee Co lj Christian M KapulnnI and hsb to Hutchinson Sugar Plan. Co m Mary Auld to Knla (w) D Charles K Towt by atty to John A Mntrulre u J F Hackfeld Tr to W E Brown.Par Rfcl J Alfred Mngoon nnd wf to Manuie Luiz D Recorded August 4, 1901. J Kaoheloahl (k) to Hattle Nawahine: L; por R P 1S2 kul G712, Walkane, Koo taupoko, Oahu; 10 years at $1 per year. B 2r)7, p 420. Dated July 11, 1904. Arthur 15. Wood Tr; Resgtn Tr; Tr D in B 2:1. p 301. H 2C3, p -0. Dated June 1904. Wong Shlu King et als by mtgee to Ho Pol et nli D; lot 2 of R I 19S5 Kill 6243. bldgs, etc, cor Vineyard St and Ruckle lnnp. Honolulu. Oahu; $600 anil mtg $1500. B 23S, p 282. Dated July BJ, 1904. Bishop & Co to Thomas Fitch; Rel: mtg notes of James Love In B 227, p 30; $3000. B 236, p 2.19. Dated Aug. 3, 1904. Elmer E. Paxton to A W Van valKen- berg; PA; general powers. B 265, p 91. Dated Aug 26, 1S99. Mary E Williams to Cynthia Warner; CM; stock In" trade, fixtures, etc, in bus Honolulu Undertaking Co; $3000. B 2.19, p 335. Dated -Ulg 3, 1904. Charles Phillips and wf to Est of W C Lunalllo by Trs; M; por lot 499, Pros pect St, Honolulu, Oahu; $3000. B 259, p 239. Dated Aug. 4, 1904. SITUATION AT MUKDEN. Associated Press. Morning Service. MUKDEN, August 11. Strong rein forcements have arrived here from the north. The Japanese are In some strength twenty-five miles south of here, also another army Is five mill's east of Llaoyang. II ALASKA ! t SINKING OF . NEUTRAL SHIPS GREAT BRITAIN'S POSITION IN THE KNIGHT COMMANDER CASE AS EXPLAINED BY A NOTED INTERNATIONAL LAWYER THB SINK INK OF A NEUTRAL VESSEL A T SEA IS NOT JUSTIFIABLE UN DER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. WASHINixi'ON, D. C, July 27. The Star says: A cablegram from London last night says: The British government is taking energetic action in the enso ot the sink ing of the British steamer Knight Com mander 'by the Vladivostok squadron. Information received by the govern ment tends to establish In the olllclal mind a belief that an outrage has 'been committed for which no excuse exists In International law. Those aware of Hie feelings of the ministry said tonight that all tne memoers oi me cabinet are In accord regarding the principle of the inviolability of innocent neutral wnip- plug ns well as upon the principle that a neutral ship cAnnot be destroyed even If carrying contraband of war. The demands which will be Wad- up on the Russian government will Include compensation to the owners of the ship ;ind to the owners ot tne goods on inoaui the Knight Commander, nn apology for the action of the Russian cruisers, and .nrrpement that Instructions 1e given to prevent a reptltlon of such nction. Commonder nor would the unwilling British shin owners are up 1n urms oga 0f the Russian commander to re ovur the dangers which shipping is now juco the complement of his squadron running, ami are bom'bardlng the gov- n order to furnish a prize crew be nn ernment with representations looking 0Xcuse for such action. That was the i t!. Hmroueh nrotectlon of their In- misfortune of the Ruwlans. It seems teresUi. Awimr On hen. one of the counsel for the British government in the Alabama claims arbitration case now Judge ot the Cinque portu nnd standing counsol fnr tii University of Cambridge, said i Aiunnintoil Press tonight: "It Is Hciindalous this reckless seizure ami destruction of neutral snipping u nations nnd will oraer a mora siuui Russian veel. The sinking of tho observance ot international law if ener Knight Comnumder was totally 111b1. Katio remonitration arcj ddraed to WYE THE JAPS "I QUARTER" RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF MOSCOW DECLARES THAT GENERALS SHOULD SLAUGHTER ALL, TAK ING NO PRISONERS. MOSCOW, July 30. The Moscow Ga zette urges Russian commanders In the far East not to give any quarter to the Jupttnese In battle. "Our great Ueneral Suvaroff," snys the Guzette, "when he fought against the civilized French often gave the or der to give no quarter to his troops. This which is not cruelty or barbarism was a necessity, nnd nrfw necessity forces us in this war with a half-savage bar barous nation, to adhere to Suvnroit's rule. "In our war with Japan we are like a man attacked by a viper. It is not enough to frighten it and then leave It 'O JHUc 111 ins uusn. it must ue ues- tyeu. urn we must uo inis m me pre-1 instance, wunout considering wne ther England and a cosmopolitan pluto cracy object. We cannot burden oursel ves with thousands of Japanese prison ers, who will spread dysentery, typhus and cholera among the Russian people. "Perhaps, according to humanitarian principles, It would be very unwise to give no quarter, but nevertheless 'No quarter and no prisoners' should be our n.otto." AT !0 r r AN IMPOSING DISPLAY SHOWN IN EVERY DEPARTMENT GREAT BUILDING CROWDED. Not alone In art, architecture, sculp ture and manufactures Is the St. Louis World's Fair Supreme; Its exhibits of Agricultural products are without doubt the finest ever brought together. One may not only visit the Palace of Agriculture, with Its hundreds of in teresting exhibits, but even the state Inilldlngs have devoted more or less space to the products of the soil. For the most part, however, these are limited to the vurlous exhibits In the Agricultural Palace. Here are to he found many features of great Interest to the visitor. For Instance, in the Colorado agricultural exhibit one sees oats T 1-3 feet tall, running SO to S5 'bushels to the acre; wheat C feet tall, and running 72 bushels to the acre, and barley 132 bushels of which were pro duced to the acre. An Interesting fact In connection with this field is that the grain was raised on the Irrigated land of Colo rado, and superior color," weight and other characteristics Is claimed for It. It will thus be seen how exhaustive In detail and how Interesting in Its ex hibits the exposition is proving. Of course, those who visit St. Louis enjoy all these sight's In the extreme, i 'but those who can't get to the tair will find a welcome substitute in tne superb Forest City World's Fair. Although the regular price of the portfolio is 23 cents, the cost to our readers Is merelv nominal; only ten cents, to cover expense of handling, wrapping, addressing and mailing. Bring or send the little coupon print ed from time to time in our announce ments, with ten cents, as mentioned above, and any part Issued will be fur nished promptly. Our readers are fortunate to be ahle to secure such a possession on terms so easv and convenient nnd this paper Is fortunate In being able to make so rare an offering. ,Jie-'?a- tional law, states explicitly that If the prize Is a neutral ship no circumstances will Justify her destruction before con demnation, that If the vessel Is des troyed full compensation must be gien to her owner, but that owners of con traband of war on board the ship, if any, have not substantial ground for complaint, because the destruction of the vessel does not injure theln. Had ifo Knight Commander been condemn- eij 8 a gO0(j j)rjite, the owners of the contraband cargo would consequently suffer nV loss by the sinking of the ship Owners of neutral goods on shli are entitled to compensation, as are the owners of the vessels. "Russia mav advance the contention that the Knight Commnnder was carry ing contraband of the character of which her owner was aware and that jle therefore, was guilty of an offense ngnlnst International law. This would not justify the sinking of the Knight to me to be the time for the United states and Great 'Britain to say that they will not allow tills extension of tne Rules relating to contraband or this oxtrnordlnary interference with neu- trat commerce. "I continue to feel convinced ttlRt RUBsIa does not want troub'.e with other AGRICULTURE a nn n wunLUO WALTHAM WATCHES. STEM WINDING, LEVER ESCAPEMENT. THE BEST POCKET TIMEPIECES IN THE WORLD. MANUFACTURED AND GUARANTEED BY THE American Waltham Watch Company, WALTHAM, MASS., U. S. A. THE OLDEST WATCH FACTORY IN AMERICA ANO THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD. FOR SALE BT RELIABLE WATCH DEALERS EVERYWHERE. , CLARKE'S PRACTICE. 'Sir Edward Clarke is the best paid lawyer n England, and It is said thnt his income from his practice Is over $630,000. 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 and Robinson Limited vs. Leo Yick et al, which was, on Juno 0th, 1904, 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, 1901, by order of Geo. D. Gear, Second Judge of said Court, further renewed for a period of sixty days from July 5th, 1901, and the time for making return to the same extended for a like period of sixty days; and the other Alias Execution was Issued by Lylo A. Dickey, District Magistrate of Honolulu, Islam1 of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on the 21st day of June, 1904, In the matter of Won Gav Loul Chee, Chong Tal King, Chee Fook You and Lum Bar Tong, doing business ns Won and Loul Company, vs. Lau Wnl, Lee Yick and others, doing business as Sun Lock Company; I have, in said Hono lulu, on this 19th day of July A. D. 1904 under and bj virtue, first, of the first hereinabove entitled Alias Execution nnd secondly, of the epeond hereinabove entitled Alias Exe utlon, levied upon and shall offer and expose for sale and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Police Station, Kala kaua Hole, in raid Honolulu, at 1! o'clock noon of Friday, the 19th day of August, A. D. 1904, all the right, tl' and Interest of Lee Yick, Won Lul Chin Mun None and Lau Wal, defend ants, nnd ot Lau Wal, Lee Yick anfi others doing business as Sun Lock Company, in and to the following des cribed leaseholds, unless the sum of sixteen hundred nnd forty-two and 67 100 dollars, the amount of the first here inabove mentioned Alias Execution, and the sum of two hundred and twenty nnd 70-100 dollars, the amount of tht second hereinabove mentioned Allat Execution, toget..- with interest, costt and my fee and expenses are prevluslj paid: FIRST. Lese from William Mutch to Geo. II. Kentwell as of record in the Registry Olllce, In said Honolulu, In Liber 246, page 51, of that certain piece or parcel of land being a portion of L. C. A. 36 Apana 2, in said Honolulu, described aa follows: Beginning at .a point on the South side of Kekaullke Street Extension from which the South corner of Pauahl street and Kekaullke street extension, as shown on Government Survey register- ,e& JInP J3S1 hears North CO 15 , i';nt, true, iuu reet, ana running oj time bearings: 1. North C6 15' East, 30 feet along Kekaullke street Extension 2. North 73" 50' East, 13 S-10 ft. along L. C. A. 133 B, to Kekoa 3. South 10 35' East, IS 1-2 ft. along same and end of lane; 4. South SO" 00' West, 71 2-10 ft. along . C. A. 270 to Maau; C. Due North, OS 4-10 ft. along Gram 3164 to the Initial point. Area, 4495 square feet. And also a four-foot Hfetrt-ot-way running from Paimhl etreet along the Ewa side of L, C. A. 2W to Maau, to the "premise herelnaMVe 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 abovo described lease assigned by Geo. II. Kentwell to Chin Mun None, March 15th, 1903, as of record in the said Registry Office In Liber 246, page 51, for the purpose of carrying out certain agreement dated March 5th, A. D. 1903, between Shung Loch Co. and Chin Mun Non. Wm. Mutch consented to said assign ment. See Llbtr 24C, page 51, SECOND. Lease from William Mutoh, Isabella L, Mutch, Lucille M, Muteh and Maria J. Mutch to George Kentwell, dated De cember 1st, A. D. 1902, of that certain piece or pnrcel of land, being a portion of L. C. Award 270 Maau and 1S-1S7 Ap. 2 Maalahin and a portion ot Grant 31G1 Kaklua in Klkihale, Honolulu, Oa hu, T. II., described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast end C a lane off the tnnuka side of Hotel Street from which the North corner of Hotel anu .MaunaKea streets as shown en Government Survey Registered Map No. 13S1 bears S. 4" 26' E. true 15 feet and running by true bearings: 1. N. 1 03' E. 41 feet along en ot lane and L. C. A. 1043 Apana ?; 2. N. 71 40' E. 1414 feet along perUeu of Grant 3104 to the Southwest cra of L. C. A. 36 Apana 2, a shwtra bb Government Survey Registered Map No. 13S4; 3. N. SO' 00' E. 71 2-10 ft. alomr T.. C, A. 20 Apana 2; 4. S. 25 30' E. 93 S-10 ft. along p&r tlqn of L. C. A. 270 Maau; C. S. 57 10' W. 10 ft. along the Lw rus premises; 6. N. 32 40' W. 17 ft. along the Booth premises; 7. S. 73 23' W. 70 ft. along same; 5. N. 32 22' W. 53y3 ft. along ikw tlons of L. C. A. 270 and 13C-137 Ap. 2 and Grant 3104; 9. S. 59 45' W. 13 2-10 ft along por tion of Grant 31C4 to tho initial point. Area, 7S63 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 herein described lease as signed by Geo. Kentwell to Chin Mira Non, March 5th, 1903, for the purpose ot carrying out the conditions of a certain agreement made on March 6th, 1903, be tween Shung Lock Co. and Chin Man Non. Wnl. Mutch, Isabella L. Mutch, Lu cille M. Mutch and Maria J. Mutch consented to said assignment. A cash payment of one-hnlf of tho amount of the successful bid in United States Gold Coin will be required at time of sale, the balance to be paid la 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 dar of July, A. D. 1904. A. Jf. BROWN, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under nnd by virtue of a certain Alias Execution Issued by ILyle A. Dickey, District Magistrate of Hono lulu, Island of Onhu, Territory of Ha waii, on tho 30th day of June 1904, In tho matter of James L. Holt, Collector of Taxes, First Division, vs. Thos. For rest, I have. In sold Honolulu, on this 2Sth day of July. A. D. 1601, levied up on, and shall offer and expose for sale and ell at public auction, to the high est bidder, at the Police Station, Kala kaua Hale, in said Honolulu, at II o'clock noon of Monday, the 20th day of August, A. D. 1901, all the right, title. and interest of tho said Thos. Forrest In and to the following described real property, unless the eum of Twenty- three and 10-100 dollars, that being the amount for which said Alias Execution issued, together with Interest, costs ana my fee and expenses are previously paid: All that piece of land situated at Ka paakea, Honolulu, Oahu, containing 11,- 900 square feet, being a part ot R. P. 177, and conveyed to Thos. Forrest by deed of S. De Nohrega and wife, aa of record In tho Roglstry Olllce, in salt! Honolulu, in Liber 130, page 318. The above described premises situated on the makni Wolktkl corner of Be retanla nnd McCullv Streets, leased by Thomas Forrest to W. L. Bowers foe two years from May 1st, 1903, at R monthly rental of $12.50, an ot record in said Registry Office in Llbtr 218, pag 335. A cash payment of one-halt ot the amount of the successful bid in United States Gold Coin will he required at tlmo of sale, the Valance to be paid In United States Gold Co-ln upon the de livery of the deed. Deed at expene ot purchaser. Dated at ald Honohihi, tlite 38 th day of July, A. D. 1901. A. 11. BROWN, Hiah Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. V. MWhat9Ji, in ill wurn. y ner. 4..i . . it -w