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The Hawaiian star. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu]) 1893-1912, August 13, 1904, Image 1

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VOL. XII.
HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUQUST 13, 1904.
No. 388
OHLT SUCCESSFUL RUSSIAN
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Vice Admiral BezobrazoiT was wllhSkrydlofC In Vladivostok and coinmand
ed the Russian cruisers which sunk several Japanese transports, inflicting the
heaviest blow of the war on Japan, for the lost vessels carried heavy siege
guns for the Port Arthur attack. The guns cannot be replaced and their loss
will mean thousnnd of lives lost and a long delay In taking Port Arthur. Ue
zobrnzlff has since been reported to have entered Port Arthur.
BRITISH
CLAIMS
GOVERNOR CARTER TOOK THEM UP WITH THE STATE DEPART
MENT WHILE IN WASHINGTON, WITH THE RESULT THAT
AN INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL WILL BE APPOINTED TO
INVESTIGATE THEAt.
Tlic long outstanding claims of different British subject against the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, for compensation for what they believe to be illegal im
prisonment during revolutionary times, are at last in fair way towards a
settlement. The matter has been used for a game of shuttlecock between
different bodies and parties for some years and Governor Carter took the
matter up with the Department of State during his recent trip to Wash
ington. "I went over the matter with the officials of the State Department," he
said this morning, "and showed them that It was useless to refer it back to
me, as all that I could do was to pass it back to the legislature with the re
sult that the legislature would send it back to me for further reference to the
State Department. After consultation it was decided to include the Hawaii
an claims with a number of other matters which have to be adjudicated upon
between the two governments. There are a number of different claims
which British subjects have against the United States and others which
'American citizens have against Great Britain, and I understand an inter
national tribunal will be appointed to consider all these."
Russian
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(Associated Press Cable to Tjhe Star.)
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SHANGHAI, August 13. The Russian cruiser Askold has docked here.
She has been notified to leave within 34 hours.
The vessels of the Russian fleet were scattered after the fight with Ad
miral Togo off Port Arthur. Some returned to Port Arthur while others
sought refuge in various other ports. The battleship Czarevitch is badly
damaged at Tslngchou. Admiral Togo is heading with his fleet toward
Shanghai,
TAP AN
REPLIES
TOKIO, August 13. Japan is sending a note to the Powers in connection
with the protests arising out of the recent capture of the Russian torpedo
boat destroyer Ryeshitelni in the harbor of Chefoo.
RUSSIAN VESSELS DAMAGED.
TOKIO, August 13. Admiral Togo reports that five out of the six Russian
battleships engaged in the sea fight Wednesday were severely damaged.
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DESTROYERS STRANDED.
CHEFOO, August 13. Two Russian destroyers are stranded at Weihaiwei.
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TURKEY YIELDS.
CONSTANTINOPLE, August 13. Turkey has yielded to the demands of
the United States.
DILLINGHAM
IS RETURNING
' The S. S. Ventura will bring a good sized crowd of passengers to this
port. In fact there have booked -on her to Honolulu the largest crowd that
has come to Honolulu in months.
B. F. Dillingham, wife and two sons, will return by the Ventura. Mr.
Dillingham's health greatly improved during his visit to California.
Rev. J. P.' Erdman and bride, nee Dillingham, will also be passen
gers for Honolulu.
S. B. Rose of the Wilder S. S. Company will return by the Ventura.
The Shriner party has also booked for passage on the Ventura. She is due
here August 24.
LURLINE GAIL THIS MORNING. Change of Water often brings on diar
The schooner Lurline sail d for Hllo rnea. For this reason many experl
this morning. She is to Teturn to San cnc;ea travelers crry a bottle of Cham-
tia TXllN oerlaln S Colic. Cholera nnH TUnrrhnnn
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ivumeuy wun tnem to be used in case of
an emergency. This preparation has no
equal as a lure for bowel complaints, it
can not be obtained while on board the
cars or steamship, and that Is where It
is most likely to be needed. Buy a bot
tle before leaving home. Sold by all
dealers. Benson, omith & Co., agents
"or Hawaii.
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A Mistaken
Idea
with many Is that, safe do?
posit vaults are only for the
rleh who own bonds and stock
In large quantities.
Tho fact is that the Capi
talist, the Artisan, tho Mer
chant, and individuals in
nearly every walk of life all
have nttd of protection.
A private box costs only $5
a year at
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SHOTGUNS,
RIFLES,
REVOLVERS.
Ammunitions
A FULL LINE AT
Llmitod
931 FORT STREET.
CHINESE WELCOME.
LIAOYANG, August 13. The Chinese governor of Mukden has proclaimed
welcome to the Japanese. -
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HEAVY NAVAL FIGHTING.
TOKIO, August 13. Heavy fighting at Port Arthur was in oro tress Tues.
day and Wednesday. The Russian losses were enormous.
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COMMANDER KILLED.
ST. PETERSBURG, August 13. Withoeft, the naval commander, was
killed in Wednesday's sea fight with the Japanese.
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Thomas Taggart, of Indiana, who has been chosen chairman of the Demo
cratic National Committee, is a politician who believes in action rather than
talk. He hao accomplished some political victories in Indiana that were con
sidered nearly impossible,. He is in every sense a self-made man, having com
menced life in Indianapolis as a lunch-counter boy twenty-seven years ago
and risen to the position of proprietor of tho largest hotel In that city through
his own abilities. As X.itinnnl Chairman he can be considered as a serious
fujtor in the campaign.
MAY RESIGN
DEMOCRATS
?
HE NO M
WILL ELECT DELEGATES FOR
VARIOUS CONVENTIONS THIS
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
STATUE li
A
IAS
SHAVE
WORSHIPPER OP K A M E II AM E II A
THE FIRST PRESENTS AN IM
PROVED APPEARANCE ON DUTY.
The I emocruey will elect delegates to
the district and territorial conventions
today. The primaries are being held
throughout the Territory. It is ex
pected that the convention will be much
larger than the last convention, ns the
basis of representation of one delegate
for everv ten members of a precinct
club, Is in force and there have been
numerous increases of membership.
There does not appear to be any con
test. No light is on nnd little struggle
for election to the various conventions
is likely to occur. In the majority of
precincts a single ticket was nominated.
The voting hours are from 2 p. m. to 8
p. m.
The Democracy does not seem to lie
swayed with the throes of internal
strife. Nobody seems to bo falling over
himself Keeking nomination on the De
mocratic ticket. It is proposed to put
a complete ticket In the Held for this
island. Fusion Is being discussed by
the various districts and some sort of a
deal mty be patched up with the Home
Rulers. There Is practically no oppo
sition to the nomination of C. P. Iau
kea for Congressman.
The territorial convention will con
vene at 10 a. m. August 22 in Honolulu.
Ite business will be the nomination of
a delegate to Congress, the framing of
a platform ard the election of a terri
torial central committee.
The district convention tor Oahu will
be held August 24 and for the other Isl
and August 27.
ONLY STORE IN TOWN.
That sells magazines at publisher's
prices. A general line of stationery
supplies at reasonable prices. Arleigh
& Co.
MUSLIN, BEDDING SALfcJ.
Is now on at Saohs. Ready-made
sheets and pillow cases, all of the
best muslin, gTea,tly underprlced. Also
pretty bedspreads. Goods plainly mark
ed and shown In display window.
Whether the return of Governor Car
ter nad anything to do with It or not Is
at present unknown but people whose
business takes them to the Judiciary
building noticed a remarkable change
In the landscae today.
Manuel, the strange Portuguese who
is high priest of the shrine Knnieha
meha I, hua had a hair cut and a shave.
Every day, rain or shine, the curious
man takes up his vigil. About eight
o'clock he takes his stand across the
road from the Judiciary building and
regards the statue of Kamehameha
from a distance but during the after
noon he crosses over nnd stands In the
shade of tho trees on the makal side of
the street. Occasionally he stretches
out his arms and mutters some sort of
ii prayer to his god b'it what he says
nobody knows but himself nnd prob
ably the spirit of Kameliamehn.
Until today Manuel has been wearing
a straggling black beard and his hair
has been unkempt. He looked to be a
man of forty or more but today when
he went on duty his freshly sbawd face
and neatly trimmed hair showed him
to be very much younger. The poor
fellow Is almost as much of a landmark
as the statue he worships.
NEW RESTAURANT.
For a good meal go to the Oregon
Restaurant on King street near Nuu
anu. Everything new and clean. W.
A. Chung, Proprietor.
SAVE YOUR, MONEY.
The Twenty-Ninth Series of Stock In
the Pioneer Building & Loan Associa
tion will be Issued1 In July, 1904, and Is
now open for subscription. The mem
bership fee Is fifty cents per share, and
the monthly dues are one dollar per
month per share. The stock draws
much better Interest than a saving's
bank.
Further Information can be obtained
from A. V. Gear, Secretary, 122 King
Street.
ATTORNEY GENERAL HAS DISCUSSED WITH THE GOVERNOR HIS
WITHDRAWAL FROAl OFFICE CARTER HAS NO OBJECTION
TO ANDREWS TAKING PART IN POLITICS AND SAYS HE IS
VERY EFFICIENT OFFICER.
Attorney General Andrews' part in politics does not disturb Governor
Carter. According to the governor's view of it the attorney general has just
as much right to interest himself in politics as has any other citizen, and
any protests to him on that score will meet with a chilly reception.
"Attorney General Andrews is a particularly hard-working and efficient
officer of the government," said the governor this morning, "and the sug
gestion that he neglects his work to dabble in politics is absurd. The trou
ble is that those who arc objecting to his course are merely doing so because
he Is not on their side. If he were, you would hear nothing at all about it.
As a matter of fact he has come to me and has asked me to consider the
question of his resigning, not on this account at all, but simply for the reason
that he feels he is not doing justice to himself by retaining the position. He
states that he can do better from a financial standpoint In private practice,
and I have no doubt from my knowledge of his ability that this is so, but I
have asked him not to resign, and I sincerely hope that he will not."
STILL DYING BY THOUSANDS.
The death rate among tho roaches
ronMiori the hitrhest noint last week.
The newly discovered poison Roach-Go
Is accountable for the good worn or
extermination. Sold by iioDron urug
Co.
?50 FOR $35.
We are offering the new "Conover"
typewriters, regular $30 machines at
the bargain trice of $33. Easy pay
ments of $5 down and $1 week payments
See them at Wall, Nichols.
THE OlO RELIABLE
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Portfolios now ready at Star office.
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Absolutely Pure
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE.
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wearing, comfortable spring heel
shoe will llnd all desirable qual
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It Is mode of vie! kid and has
welt sole with extra edge.
Comes in two grades.
Prices $2.60 and $3.60.
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