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THE HAWAIIAN ST .AH. SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, 1901.
A WEEK OF SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Summer Dress Goods Beginning Monday morning, August 15th, for one week only, the following special Inducements arc open at the Sachs store: Our entire stock of Scotch Ginghams and Zephyrs which sell regu larly for 20c. and 25c. a yard. 1 This Week at 10c. Fancy white goods with lace stripes and dots. ' Regular 20c. qualities at 15c a yard. Regular 15c. qualities at 12 1-2C. a yard. Fancy stripes and checks that sell regularly for 8 yards for $1.00. This week 11 yards for $1.00. A large assortment of children's at all prices, now on hand. 1. 8. m DOT GOODS Corner Merchant G&niirii & Co. S de Turk Wines, White Seal Champagne, qts. and pts., European Wines and Brandies, Bulldog Brand Stout and Ale, A. B. C, Budweiser, In qts. Telephone Main 492. Assignee's Notice. Notice Is hereby given that all per sons having claims against Z. Yoshlda, of Honolulu, must file the same with the undersigned, at Room 12, Campbell Block, Honolulu, on or before Septem ber 15th, 1904, or the same will bo for ever barred. ICr ODO, Assignee Z. Yoshlda. Dated Honolulu, July 15th, 1904. Election Of Onieors The annual meeting of the Quon On Society was held on the evening of the 1st inst. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Lum Chuck President Goo King Vice-President York Chee Chinese Secretary Leong Bew Asst. Chinese Secretary C. P. Kwunyeu English Secretary C. S. Nam Asst. English Secretary Y. Anln Treasurer Kwock Look Assistant Treasurer Wong Cheong Auditor Lum Lin Assistant Auditor QUON ON SOCIETY. C. P. Kwunyeu, English Secretary. Honolulu, T. H., August 8th, 1904. BY A UTHOKITT MATERIALS FOR HILO FIRE DE PARTMENT. Sealed tenders will be received at the office of the Superintendent of Public Works, Honolulu, until 12 o'closic m. Thursday, August 25th, 1904, for Fur nishing the Hilo Firo Department with the following materials: 1000 of 2Vi" double Jacketted Cotton Fire Hose, rubber lined, guaranteed to withstand a pressure test of 300 lbs. to the square inch. 10 standard firo hydrants with G" valves, two 2V6" bore connections, one 4" steamer connection, 2'" of bury but without frost Jackets, Hose Nozzle. 1-" Hose Nozzle. All to be delivered F.O.B. wharf Hilo, Hawaii. All bidders will state in their pro posals, what make of hydrant they in tend to furnish. , Bidders will also state in their pro posals the time necrs-ary to complete the delivery of tho entire list of mate rial on the wharf at Hilo, Hawaii. Each proposal must contain the full name of tl e party or parties making the same and must be accompanied by a certified check of 5 of the amount rf tlin nrnnnsnl. navnble .to C. S. Ilol loway, Supt. of Public VoYks,, auretjl that If the proposal be accepted a con tract will be entered Into. Proposals to be endorsed on envelope, "Proposal for Materials for Hilo Fire Department." The Superintendent of Public "Works reserves the right to reject any or all bids. C. S. HOLLOW AY, Superintendent of Public Works. Honolulu, T. II., Aug. 11, 1901. -Jr ; r NOTICE. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted In my namo except upon my . written order. ARTHUR K. MIRANDA. Honolulu, August 10, 1904. silk and muslin hats and bonnets, CO., LID., Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts. and Alakea Streets. Pacific, Rainier and Primo Beers, and pts. P. O. Box 664 FUNERAL OF MRS. MACFARLANE The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Maefarlane fok place yesterdcy afternoon services being held In the Catholic Cathedral. The deceased arrived In Hawaii in 1845 and was very well known. 'She wns the mother of Col. G. W. Maefarlane, H. R. Maefarlane, E. C. Maefarlane, F. W. Maefarlane, C. W. Maefarlane and of Mrs. 'Blanche Corn well, wife of the late W. H. Cornwell. The cause of death was principally old age. Mrs. Mae farlane was ' orn In Devonshire, Eng land ,S0 years ago. Father Valentin conducted the funeral services follow ing private services for the family at the Walkiki residence. The pall-bear. ers were J. O. Carter,. W. F. Allen, A. S. Cleghorh and Cecil Brown. BAND AT FISHMARKET. This afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Public Market the Territorial band will play at following program of popular music: A Deed of the Pen" Moret "Who Dare" '. Soule "Any Rags" Allen "Pedro" Berger "Jolly Knights Clark Navajo" Allstyne "Katunka" Smith "Bedella" -chwartz "Governor Carter" Berger "The Thunderer" Sousa "The Gondolier"..; Powell "Maul no ka Ol" Berger "Aloha Oe" "Hawal" Ponol." "Star Spangled Banner." GIRL HANGED RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT EXECUT. ED LADY WHO CIRCULATED SE DITIOUS LITERATURES LONDON August 4 According to the St. Petersburg correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, the youngest daughter of Professor Mersheyelffesky, the well known Russian educator, has Just been hanged in the fortress at Schlusselburg for high treason. Every effort has been made by the Russian authorities to keep the matter from the public be cause of the outburst of Indignation which followed the hanging of another voung student for an alleged attempt on the life of the car some months ago. Tho correspondent states however, that It has been learned that tho girl, while assisting the empress some weeks ngo to pack a quantity ot supplies for the troops at the front, chiefly reading -matter and delicacies, smuggled Into the packages a number of seditious pairpMets which were not discovered until some of them had got Into the hands of the soldiers. When accused the young woman 1 said to have ad mitted her guilt and to have declared that she gloried in the deed. She was court-martialed, found guilty of treason and promptly hanged. No nnnouncement of the punishment has yet been made In the official journal and now none Is expected to be. The jountc woman was but 18 years old and the government Is condemned for Its action, ns It is believed that she waa but the tool of older conspirators. ARRANGED TREATY. S. Mlnegishi who went to Panama to arrange tho preliminaries of a commer cial treaty between Japan and Panama, is a throuch naseenger on the China. He arranged the treaty and it will prob. ably be ratified. He says he did not go to Panama to arrange about Jap TREASON laborers going to that country. Want ads In the Star bring qulik re sults. Three lines three times for 25 cents. Sugar And Steel Against The A BATTLE BETWEEN GREAT For suoar on the western lines railroads held up by the steel trust rebel against the payant of high prices. CHICAGO, August 3. Two of the an opponent of their own magnitude the steel and the sugar combines and a The declaration of war reached the trusts today, following a meeting of It was simply to the effect that hereafter the products of the two concerns named must pay the full freight tariffs on all Western lines. It was not the freight agents who two monopolies; they were only the officials in the country and it is claimed the decision was arrived at after long deliberation, and that it is backed by an ironclad agreement to which every trans-Alississippi road in the country is a party. The notice of the revocation of all yesterday. "Hereafter," it Is claimed panies will be considered as ordinary shippers on all Western lines," and then refused to hear the arguments of the trust representatives as to why special rebates should be continued. Among the railroad men the ten-point jump today in the prices of all grades of refined sugars by both the Sprcckels and the Arbuckle crowds is thought to be the direct result of the action of the railroads, to compensate advance in freight rates the revocation of rebates means. For years the railroads have been held up by the steel trust, practically at the mouth of a cannon, for outrageous prices, paying $28 a ton for the same rails that have been sold in Russia, Germany and anywhere over seas for $20 a ton. They have grown tired of the robbery. 0 YOUNG HILO, August 12. The Young Men's Republican Club swept the boards at the Republican primaries held on Saturday wherever they had a ticket in the field. The candidates not on the slate of the club received the lowest vote in every instance, and many of the old stalwarts of the party like Philip Peck, Joe Vierra and James D. Lewis went down in defeat before the splen did organization of the young Republicans. Word was passed along the line to vote only for those candidates who had been agreed upon at the meeting of the club, and the result showed the force of this new factor in politics. The result of the election throughout the district, is as follows: Delegates to the Territorial Convention: Puna, H. J. Lyman; Olaa, J. F. Clay; Waiakea, John Bohnenberg, John T. Brown, M. K. Kealawaa; Hilo, Charles Akau, C. S. Smith, S. L. Desha, L. A. Andrews, M. S. de Gouvea; Pnpaikou, J. T. Moir; Hakalau, H. V. Kukqiau, Albert Horner; Honokaa, Sam P. Furtado, and Kukuihacle, William Horner. Delegates to District Cotnvention: Puna, L. D. Kilipio, Daniel Kealoha; Olaa," Thomas E. Cook, Frank de Rosa, G. Supe; Waiakea, G. F. Affonso, Sam Kalilikane, D. K. Namahoe, John AlcGuirc, H. B. Nailima, and O. W. Rose; Hilo, W. H. Beers, W. A. Todd, R. A. Lyman, Jr., I. E. Ray, F. Brug helli, John Kai, Jr., M. S. Paclieco, Charles Siemsen, J. K. Paakao; Papaikou, J. V. -Jakins; Hakalau, D. Mackenzie, Laupahoehoe, James Mattoon; Ku kaiau, Albert Horner; Honokaa, Joseph Pritchard; Kukuihaele, H. K. Kuikai. FIVE BATTLESHIPS DAMAGED Washington, August 13th, 1904 (Received at 8:55 a. m.) To Mr. Saito, Honolulu: Admiral Toeo's report runs as follows: "Of six Russian battleships engaged in the battle of August 10th five are . ,, . . . . ... , r li 1 . 1. beiieved to have been seriously damaged. The Pobieda s both masts were broken and her big guns ceased working. 1 he Ketvizan apparently suffer ed most, owing to our concentrated shells at the distance of 3500 metres. The damages of the enemy's cruisers seemed probably less serious. The Bayan did not emerge from Port Arthur. Our damages are already tem porarily repaired." TAKAHIRA. (Received at 9:25 a. m.) "According to a telegram from Chefoo, two Russian destroyers stranded twenty miles east of Welhaiwei on August nth." TAKAHIRA. :..:--:.':''r'''A.:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..: AN AMERI B inn,,,,,.,.. iamsMB f j " " ' r h SADA WERTHEIM. Sadn Werthelm, the little American genius, promises to be one of the musical prodigies of the year. She is now touring Europe with great sue- cess. Joachim has pronounced her one of his greatest pupils, and second tutor Qsaye made no secret of his admiration of her Vvonderful talent. ailroads TRUSTS OVER FREIGHT RATES great trusts of the country have found at last. There is a fight on between combination of the Western railroads. Chicago representative's of the big the railroad freight agents yesterday. without any rebate, secret or open, promulgated the decree against the mouthpieces for the highest railway rebates to the sugar trust was given the agents said, "the sugar com Patton; Laupahoehoe, W. G. Walker; CAN VIOLINIST : 9IM Hill AltltlVINO. Saturday. August M. Stmr. Kl.iali, Freeman, fiom Ililo and way ports Ht i0:35 a. tn. with 41) kt-RS. 26 -oi'i wood, 2 ooivk and calves, 4 !m-kn potatoes, S bundle hides and 172 packages simdileis. Yacht Lh Palomn, Maefarlane. from Lahaina, off port at 10:45 a. ni. und proceeded to Pearl Harbor. DEPARTING. Saturday. Schr. Lurllne, Sinclair, lil:4G h. in August 13. for Hllo at PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per stmr. Klimu, August 13, from Illlo nnd way ports W. R. Castle, A. L. Castle, R. A. Cooke, S. Lowrey, N. L. Tllney, J. LIghtfoot, J. S. Ralston. Mrs. J. S. Ralston, B. H. Scholtz, Mrs. C. V. Alden and child, 'Miss E. Newmnn, Miss M. M. Yoder, Miss E. C. Lyons, Mrs. J. W. Kelker, Mrs. J. S. Downing, G.'D. Gear. G. H. Williams, J. Hlgglns, Mrs. Pe.el-a, J. W. Cathcart, Mrs. J. V. 'ntheRrt J. L. Horner, J. T. Mc CrosHon, T. Man Chung, Tong Poy, Miss Clara Cuniining, George Bell, S. G. Wilder, Mrs. S. G. Wilder 3 children and maid, R. C. Scott, Mrs. R. C. Scott, S. C Kennedy, J. D. Kennedy, E. I. Spalding, wife and 2 children, F. E. Thompson, V. B. Lycett, R. P. Dorun C. P. Eagan, Arthur Berg, Miss M. R. Forbes, Major Mllsaps, Dr. J. II. Ray mond, R. W. onarp, II. E. Wlnslow, W. B. Mi'Cormick, Mra. C. A. McDonald, W. G. Brash and son, T. P. Kay. 'Booked to Arrive. Per S. S .Ventura, August 24, from San Francisco fi. Erdnian Mrs. Erd man, Miss E. Cross, Miss E. Rockeford, Miss Anne W .Deas, Miss Craig. Miss E. Warren, Mrs. L A. Andrews, Mrs. Atwater and family, C. G. Owen and wife, Mrs. R .Webb, .Miss Woods, Mis 'Cross, W. O. Cook, Miss Cook, Mrs. R. Stackable, Albert Erdmon, Miss Eru man, l. F. Dillingham, Mrs. Dillingham W. F. Dillingham, H. G. Dillingham, Mrs E. K. Freeth, S. B. Rose, R. C. Ingram and wife, W L. Whitney and wife, C. W. Gill, P. E. Clelland, Msn A. OVonnell, P. O. Eakln, F. Schelder, Miss G. Allen, .Mrs. II. O. Walker, C. C. Eakln, Miss . Wolfe, Miss Mcpher son, L. McFnggart, Miss A. Thomas, Mrs. A. A. Campbell and child. Mrs. F. W. Beardsley, 'Mrs. W. II. Mays, R. W. Breckons, Mrs. Breckons and child, J. D. Easton, Mrs. P. L. Tople. Departing. Per S. S. China, August J3, for the Orient Kenneth McPugh, M. Matsu 111 urn, fydney I vers. KAHULUI. Departing August 11, S. S. NVvadan, Greene, for San Francisco at 2:30 p. in. TO NAVY DEPARTMENT ESTABLISH ING A COAST YVIKELESS STA TION TO CONNECT HER 13. WASHINGTON, August 5 The Navy Department Is making arrangements to 8nd leSs messages 2,100 miles. The Naval Bureau of Equipment will estab- Ilsn aml e(.ulp a Wreiess station at Fa- rallone Islands, off San Francisco, where the weather bureau has been maintaining an Inferior station. It Is proposed to equip the naval station with the best apparatus. This is due to the recommendation of the wireless telegraph commission, the report of which has been approved by the Presi dent. While It is altogether too early to an ticipate very much in the direction of long distance work It "s within tho range of possibilities to send messages between the naval station at Farallon and Honolulu, distance of 2,100 miles. The bureau is also establishing a sta tion on board the lightship at Nan tucket shoal. . CONCERT AT WAIKIKI. By request of the Hawaii Promotion Committee, the Territorial band will give Its public Sunday concert at 3 p. 111. tomorrow, on tha pier of the Mo ana luiteif Walkiki. The program Is as follows: PART I. ' The Old Hundred." Overture "Tha Summer Quen"..B4Bge Gavotte "Elsie" Frommer Intel mezo "The Gondolier" Powe.. Selection "The Ever Best" MaoKlu PART II. Selection "The Prlnctt of PlUen".... Luders Intermezzo "Navajo" Allstyne Finale "Wedding of the Wind".. Hall Finale 'Old Acquaintance" Diddle "Star Spangled Banner." BASEBALL TODAY. This afternoon's baseball games at the league park, King street, are as fol lows: 1:45 p. m. Punahous vs. Malles. 3:30 p. m. Honolulus vs. Elks. The Honolulu's line-up today will be as follows: drvalho, e.; Joy, p.; Gleason, lb.; J. Williams. 2b.: En Sue, 3b.; A. Williams, ss.; J. Fernandez, cf.: Aylett, rf.; E. Fernandez or Lewis, If. Fred Kiley, former catcher of the Ho nolulus. whoue resignation was accept ed a few days ago, and who has signed with the Elks, will probably play first base, taking the place of Cunhn, who left yesterday on the Siberia for Boone college, Berkeley. BASEBALL GAME TOMORROW. A game of baseball will be played be tween the Advertiser team and a team of combined printers tomorrow morning at Kapiolanl Park at 9 a. m. The line up will be ns follows: Advertiser L. Soares, c.; H. Crane, p.; James II, lb.; Mnknnonl, 2b,; II. Williams. 3b,: Chi Bui. ss.; J. Kupau, if.; n. Herrlck, cf.: C. 55legler, If. Subs, Hnonii, Guerrero, Willing, S. P. Corren. . ,"Bt?n'sl1lL v. . 2b.; J. NawImwiU), m.; Sam Knke-B, FARALONES HONOLULU his Company untler tnkos the entire mntmgcmcnt of es tates. It looks after the rents, insur. anco and repairs. It also judiciously invests all surplus income. E TRUST Gl Ltd. -Merchant and Fort Sts., Honolulu, Hawaii. SS5SBKS32SBM 31).; Hogan, If.; O. Mliand.i, of.; Jr. K. Hisho, rf. Subs J. Gomes, Mendonca, James Carey. CHINA SAILED PROMPTLY TODAY. The S. t. China sailed promptry this morning at 1C o'clock from the Channel wharf for the O-ient She took three passengers from this port. She do&s not go to Manila this trip. PEDESTRIANS WILL WALK. E. B. Giffard and A. K. Vierra walked 36 miles around the Wnlmanalo srtde of. the Island last Sunday. On August 27 they will walk to Wnlalua by way ot Kahuku a distance of 52 miles and after a rest of a night at Walalua, will walk 2S miles to Honolulu. Twenty-avo cp ts pays for a Want In the Star A bargain. NEU AllVMtTlMKJtJi iivii:m xotiup. .MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD. A dividend has been declared and will be payable at the olllce ofthe com pany on Monday August 15th. Trani fer books will be closed from tho 13th to the lrtth. GODFREY BROWN. Treasurer. Honolulu, August 11, 1904. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Kama! and Kalelonehu, minors. Order of Notice of Heating Petition for AllowHncc of Final Accounts, Dis tribution and Discharge. On Reading and Filing the Petition and Accounts of Helewale (w), Guar dian of the persons and estate ot Ka mai and Kalelonehu, of Walkapu, Maui, minors, wherein she uSks to be allowed $24.25 and charges herself with $34.00,. and asks that the same may be exa mined and approved, and that a final order may be r-nde of distribution o the property remaining In her hands to tho Persons thereto entitled, and dis charging her and her sureties from all further responsibility as such guardian as aforesaid. It Is ordered, that Wednesday, tha 21st day of September A. D. 1901 at ten o'clock, a. m. before the Judge of said Court at the Court Room of the said Court at Wailuku, island of .Maul, be and the same hereby Is appointed as tno time and place for h-earlng said Petition find Account, and that all poisons In terested may then and there appear and show cause. If any they have, wny the same should not he granted, und may present evidence as to who are on titled to the suld property. And that notice of this Oiilcr In the English lan guage be published In the Hawaiian Star a newspaper printed and published In Honolulu, oahu, for 'three succesilva weeks, the last publication to be not less than two weeks icrevlous to the time therein appointed for said hearing. Dated at Wailuku, Maul, this 10th day of August, 1901. By the Court: (Signed) EDMUND II. HART, Clerk. 4t(-Aug. 13, 20, 27, pt. 3. IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estato of Naeols (w) of Walkele, Ewa, Oahu, deceaid. Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for Administration. On Reading and Illng the Petition ot Kalama (k) of Ewa. Oahu, husband or said Nneole, alleging that Naeo.e ot Ewa, Oahu, died Intestato at Ewa, Oahu, on the 28rd day of April, A. D. 1903, leaving property in the Hawaii an Islands necessary to be administered upon, and praying; that Letters of Ad ministration Isue o Kalama. It is Ordored that Monday, the 5th day of September, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., be and hereby Is appoint ed for hearing said Petition in tha Court Room of ibis Court at Honolulu, Oahu, at which time and place all per sons concerned may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said Peti tion should not be granted, and that notice of this ordt bo published In the English language, for threo successive weeks, in the Hawalla'n Star, newspa per in Honolulu. Dated at Honolulu, July 30, 1904. W. J. ROBINSON, Third Judge of the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. Attest: GEORGE LUCAS. Clerk of the Ciroult Court of the First Circuit. , C. P. Peterson, Attorney for Petitioner. July 30, Aug. 6, 18, 20. T -V f tar Want Sd8 Pa at onee'