THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1004.
A Summer Proposition.
Wall. now. there's the
IOE QUESTION !
Tim know you'll need W . you know
tfc I. . necessity In hot weather. We
BVMfe you are nxioiu to fret that Ice
r bah. will give yon satlsf otlon, and
ttke to sup-ly J'"u. rder from
ffi oiii mwm co.,
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Wm: G. Irwin President nnd Manager
John. . Spreckels.. First Vice-President
W. M. Glffard.. ..Second Vice-President
IL ar. Whitney Jr Treasurer
IUolmrd Ivers Secretary
A. G. Liovekln Auditor
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Chocolates and Confections
Kce Cream and Water Ices
IK fllltS! RESOM IN HE W
fasjee trains dally through cars, first
Sum. second class to all points. Re
Mfl cafea take effect soon. Write
&. F, Booth,
IKo. l Montgomery Street
Quickest, Finest, Best
A Train that Supplies
To St. Louis or Chicago
XN 3 DAYS
from San Francisco.
ALL GOOD '".TINGS
613 Market Street,
MM IfLlY AI10 LAND CD'S
MAY 1st, 1903
ts? Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Wir -Stations 9:16 ' m., 3:20 p. m.
ttmr EPearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Btuttlono t7:30 a. m., 9:16 a. m.,
11:16 a. m., '2:15 p. m 2:20 p. m.,
H:VS m. 6:15 p. m. $9:30 p. m.
Stt:I5 p. m.
Hwtrej 'Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
tati, and Walanae 8: 36 m E:41
tttelTeo 'HoqoIuIv from Ewa Mill and
Ptartt City 16:0 a. in., t7M a, m.,
l:ttl to. m., 10:38 a. m i:iS p. m.,
CtlllP m., 5:31 p. m., 7:40 p. m.
i. Bmnday Excepted
fe Sursdny only,
r. C. SMITH,
a. P, A. T, A.
Rheumatism a auai r im
M V V i IMLL ! I N
It your muscles aro soro, bones
ache, joints feel stiff, and if pains
dart through your body, it Is probably
rheumatism. Purify your blood, get
out all tho rhoumatistn poison no
uocd of your suffering in this vray.
SEATTLE MAN HAS AN EXCITING HUNT FOR AN OCEAN MON
STER WHICH WAS A MENACE TO SMALL VESSELS IN THE
BAY THE WHALE WAS WOUNDED WITH RIFLE SHOTS
A DANGEROUS HUNT.
SEATTLE, August 4. The Post-Intelligencer says: The tramp whale
which for the past several days lias been something of a menace to the :
smaller vessels of the mosquito fleet, came near meeting its Waterloo yes
terday morning. W. L. Dudley, manager of the Seattle & Alki Point Trans- j
Itortation Company, which owns and operates the little steamer Dlx, en-
gaged it in a running naval battle over a six-mile course. Dudley shot the :
whale five times with a Sasagc 45-90 rifle. His marksmanship was good '
enough, but his missiles were wanting in steam. Nevertheless he drew j
blood. The second shot brought a copious flow of the crimson. It covered j
the surface of the salt water and was easily visible to Dudley and his at
tendants during the battle.
The whale came into the bay Tuesday evening and took up a position off
the Flyer dock. It was seen by people on this and adjacent wharves and by
nassencrerK on the return vnvniri nf ihn Div frnm Alki Pnitit nt f n'rlnrli- in
Hut thero was a great and pleasant surprise " J n "
in store for aio, for after taking ono bottlo 1 the evening. At this time the whale made its appearance at a point about
was better TL swelling began toco down, . . 4f t .... ,-,.. .... ......
icci uui unu uiicuuy wc&i ui uie rijcr uuik. uuuicy waiiiicu 111c
antics of the deep-sea monster and determined that he would give battle on
Yesterday morning he chartered a gasoline launch, with Charles Frank as
engineer. Dudley, Frank and his assistant were the only occupants of the
craft when he pulled out from Budlong's boat house in quest of the whale.
This was about 10:30 o'clock, and half an hour later they sighted the whale,
which was then 3,000 feet west of the Arlington dock. The launch moved
to within 200 feet of the whale, when Dudley fired.
Instantly the whale dived and a few seconds later came to the surface
about 200 yards distant. This time the launch moved up to within fifty
feet of the whale, when Dudley again let drive with his rifle. The second
shot had a telling effect. Apparently the ball penetrated the forehead. At
all events the whale lifted its head out of the water and executed almost a
somersault. For a second the entire massive frame was visible, with the
head down and the body standing perpendicular. Down it went, apparently
maddened by pain, and fully fifteen minutes elapsed before the whale came 1 lie'?;
to the surface again. It had scooted along under the water with remarkable j o!
Wo liavo the following letter from Mr. It.
.1. Kiiwnkl, of Mannura, Bo. Australia. Mr.
Kowald also tends Uls photograph.
"I suffered greatly with rheumatism,
which laid mo up torn long time. I tried a
great many medicines, but they wero of little
or no use. A. friend who had taken Ayer's
Sarsaparllla Induced mo to try It. I thought
It would bo lust llko all tho other me Ulclncs.
Hut thero was a great and pleasant surprise
tho pains began to leave me, and I felt better
in ererr wav. After taking onlv flvo bottles
I was completely cured. hllo I was taking
tho Sarsaparilla I also took Ayer's Pills to
keep my bowels In good condition."
May have a number
of high sounding names
in it, but if it is a tonic you get the same
ingredients with a good flavor in
It makes rich, red blood and is liked by
everyone, from baby to grandpa.
B KM U am fgr
Phone While 1331
P. 0. Box 517
T3ie.ro aro many imitation Rarsaparillas.
lie sure you get "Ayers.
PrerrcJ by Or. J- C. AycrCo., lowell, Mass., U. S. A
It Is bi'c-.tuse of the greai
variety of tastes among dllller
ent people that wo keep so many
kinds of cheeae.
No matter what your taste is
we enn match It at the dellcati
Come and try It.
Telephone Alain 45
General Employment Offlce. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Etc., Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Corner Emma and Berotanla
Sreets. Telephone Blue 21S1.
speed and came to the surface fully a mile further out in the Sound.
The launch set out again and got within firing distance. Three more shots
were discharged into the body, but none apparently did any damage. Mr.
Dudley is confident that everyone of the five shots hit the monster, though
only one, the second, seemed to have any effect. It was with the discharge
of the second shot, and frightened by the frenzied antics of the whale, that
Frank, the engineer, suggested to Dudley that he wanted to go back to the
cinct ,G. W. Xawaakoa: 7th precinct.
Isaac I. Cockett; 8th precinct, Solomon
Kaleopu, 9th precinct. S. L. ICekumano:
FOURTH AND 'PrFTH DISTRICTS
ORGANIZED LAST EVENING FOR
THE COMING BATTLE.
Housekeepers began to real
ize its importance when we
added the new stock that came
on the "Doric" last week and
allowed the same liberal dis
count on them as on the
Have you thought anything
about the sizes of the rugs and
mats we are now gelling?
They are to be had 2 feet by
3, 3x6, 3x8, 4xC, 0x6, 6x8, 8x8,
8x10, 8x12, 9x12, 10x10, 10x12,
10x14, 12x12, 11x14.
Big rugs for the dining
room and bed rooms.
Small ones can be used to
excellent advantage in front of
a washstand, in the bath room,
on the lanai and many other
places about the house.
They are very serviceable
as office rugs also.
Come and see them for
yourself. One whole store giv
en to the sale.
The sale includes beautiful
blue and white Japanese Cot
ton Rugs, Chinese Twisted
Matting Rugs, plain also, and
Matting of every good kind.
177 S. King St.
The schooner Helene arrived Thurs
day hut as the Immigration officials
days out. She experienced good wea
ther. Captain Thompson the new com
mander brought his family with him.
10th precinct, W.
Y. Kwtil Fong, AVil-
The Fourth and Fifth District Com
mittees of the Republican party organ
ized last evening with the result th.it
Lorrln And'ews will lead in the former
.ind llcnt v Vlda the latter.
Thi re was a large crowd present nt
the .neemic; in the Fourth where Re
presfiitalivf William Avlett acted as
chairman. George P. ThlelCn was
tlec-ted temporary secretary and also
ucttd as credentials committee. The
toll cull resulted as follows:
First Precinct 'S. F. ChUHngworth,
Isaac Harbottle, S. K. Kamaloplll, W.
C .Roe, Ed. Towse, Frank Andnide, S.
M. Kanaknnui, Charles Lewis, George
S. Macy, W. W. Chamberlain. George P.
Second Precinct Q. H. Berrey, Wil-
lard E. Brown, Charles S. Crane, C. H,
Cooke, Captain Datel, C. 'M. V. Foster,
II. A. Gonsalves, Hiram IColomoku,
Joseph S. Richard, Gus Schumun, G.
C. Sea. (Crane proxy for Brown.)
Third Precinct E. Faxon Bishop, An-
tone Manuel, George K. Lowe, John C.
OUvelra, Frank H. Foster, Lima Kn-
haunaele, A. K. Kaeo. (Boyd proxy for
Fourth Precinct M. C. Pacheco, John
Mnrcailino. A. H. Moore, W. F. Drake.
. D. Castro, K. R. Woodward, D. Kt-
lauokaiani Jr., J. L. Davis, Charles Mu-
rasky, A. H. R. Vleira, H. J. Baldwin,
S. J. Avlett, B. H. Atwood, Henry Pe
ters, A V Peters (Quinn proxy for
Fifth Precinct Gus Rose, E. K. LUt
kalani W. H. Knll'mal, Sam Johnson,
Mike HnrvV.!', J. J. Reiser. (Johnson
proxy for Mlko Harvey.)
Sixth Precinct E. G'. Carrera, J. J.
Hughes, W. S. Fleming, W. J. Stans
bury, C. K. Quinn and L Andrews.
Seventh Precinct (Walmanalo, not
Eighth Precinct George W. Smith, F.
E. Thompson, W. J. Karrattl, John A.
Johnson, Charles Crozler, C. W. Zelgler,
W. H. Thornton, C. G. Ballentyne, F. L.
Waldron ,J. M. Kealoha, E. J. Lord,
F. E. Richardson, Kawal George, T. H.
Petrle, E. O. White, J. M Kea, (Beal
proxy for White.)
Those nominated for the chairman
ship were E. Faxon Bishop and Lorrln
Andrews and after speeches had been
made bv the supporters of both a bal
lot was taken with the result that An
drews received 47 votes and Bishop 28.
The following executive officers and
committee were chosen:
Vice chairman S. M. Kanakanlu; Se
cretary, George P. Thlelen, treasurer J.
A. Johnson; Executive Committee: Ed
Towse, C. S. Crane, George K. Lowe,
W. F. Drake, Sam Johnson, W, S.
Fleming, C. W. Zelgler.
A committee was chosen to confer
with the Fifth District committee as to
the date for holding the nomination of
senators for the Island of Oahu.
IN THE FIFTH.
In the Fifth District K. R. G. Wallace
acted as temporary chairman. The
nominations for permanent chairman
were Henry C. Vlda and S. Hookano
the former being elected by a vote ot
34 to 15. Charles Dwlght was elected
vice president, S. C. Pllanala secretary
and E. R. Adams treasurer.
The executive committee, one member
from each precinct, was selected as fol
lows. 1st precinct, Frank Pahla; 2nd
precinct, S. W. Logan; 3rd,preclnct, An
drew Cox; 4th precinct, Chris J. Holt;
Bth precinct, Thomas O'Dowda; 6th pre.
BELIEF IN SAN FRANCISCO THAT
FOUR CENT SUGAR MEANS PROS
PERITY FOR HIM.
a v a
SAN FRANCISCO, August 5 The
Examiner savs: Raw sugar has gone
beyond 4 cents a pound and as a result
of this favorable condition of the mar
ket tho creditors of the "Monte Cristo
of Hawaii," Benjamin F. Dillingham,
are more confident than ever that his
business will resume its former pros
perity. .Sugar at this price means much
to Hawaii In general, as well as to the
Dillingham properties. The latter are
mainly the Olaa Sugar Plantation Com
pany and the Oahu Railroad and Land
A number of months ago Dillingham
collapsed from nervous strain and was
brought to this city for treatment and
rest. He Is still living in this vicinity
trying to get his health back, while his
creditors and friends have been
straightening out his affairs. His cre
ditors have all along had confidence in
the ultimate strength of his 'business
ventures. It was to the interest of
his creditors to stand toy him and keep
him on his feet and they have done so,
Ullllngluim owes practically every
bank in San Francisco. He has bor
rowed a total of $1,000,000 for his ro
jects, and of this Indebtedness ?2,000,000
Is represented in this city. He Is saiu
to owe the Bank of California $500,000.
It being his largest individual creditor,
It has therefore taken the lead In the
conservation of his properties during
the past few months of his sickness.
Dillingham has lived In the Hawaiian
Islands thirty years ,and comes from
an old New England sea-faring family.
He was shin-wrecked near Honolulu on
his first trip to the Island and got
ashore with a broken leg. His early
llfn was filled with hard experiences
before he laid the basis of his present
fortune. Some of his creditors here
nssprt that Dllllncham. If he regains
his health, can clear off his debts and
be worth several millions of dollars.
Scissors and Shears.
Razors, Cam mid .Star, Safety, and
Pocket Kiitves, I. X L. Keda Ktitfer.
Table Cutlery, all cratles.
The place to Tiuy all these goods.
Another Large Shii
These safes are now on the floor and ready for inspection..
'DDlxe Herring; Hall
is so constructed that its contents are absolutely preserved. A scientific
study of the effect of fire on safes, combined with 6o years experience in
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
Theo. H, Davies
HAWAII AT PEARL HARBOR.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
The hulk of the old steamer Hawaii
was towed to Pearl Harbor yesterday
afternoon by the Fearless but could not
be beached. The hulk was anchored
near the entrance.
CHICAGO STRIKE SPREADING.
CHICAGO, August 13. Mayor Harrl
Kn has been asked to do what he can
to settle the strike as disorder and
violence are spreading.
GOOD PLUMBING ts our forte, w
don't do cheap work. You will find o
exhibition in our store, all the latest
fancy designs in bath room apparatus.
We carry everything that goes to make
up that moat Important part of a dwell
ingthe bath room AND WE IN
STALL IT RIGHT. Our plumbing i
put in to last, we guarantee all work
done by us, and can quote you the
names oi hundreds of satisfied custom
ers. It costs no more to have your plumb
ing and s'wer connections done by us,
and remember WE GUARANTEE THIS
BATH the Plumber, 165 King Street,
Telephone 61 Main.
OUR OWH LINE
San Francisco to Chicago
OILED ROAD BED ALL THE WAY
STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY
Stopping en route at Los Angeles, also "THE PETRIFIED FORESTS"
and the "GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA."
World's Fair Dates from San Francisco
July 13-14, August 8-9-10-18-M,
September 5-6-7-8, October 3-4-5-6.
San Francisco to St. Louis and Return 67.5
San Francisco to Chicago and Return 72.50
San Francisco to New York and Return 107.60
San Francisco t. Bos to,, and Return , , 108.50
Call on agent of Railroad Lines at Wm. G, I.-wIn & Co.
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