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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATUHDAY, AUGUST 13, 1904.
Just What (the;DoctopJOtdered !S8 properties o f pure hops combined with absolute purity mahes Prttno Lager the best tonic for mind And body NBW GOODS We have just received a large invoice of goods which are now on display, also Panama Hats. The latest styles in ladies anil gents hats on hand and made to order on ritort notice. 28 and 32 Hotel St. Robinson Block .Bargains in Panama Hats WE ARE CLEANING UP OUR STOCK OF PANAMA HATS AND ARE OFFERING THEM AT COST PRICES. KING STREET, NEXT TO CASTLE & COOKE. S. SAIKI, Bamboo Furniture AND PICTURE FRAMES. Neat and Handsome Designs made to ordr. 63 Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl. . yoko -vno, (' itrnctor for Stone anil Cement work Cru ssliod Roclc Prices: No. 2, 1 cubic yard, $1.70; No. 3, 1 cubic yard $1.90; No. 4, 1 cubic yard, $2.05. Delivered to nny 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. Thone Blue 1211 V Honolulu Iron Works STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS BOILERS. COOLERS, IRON, BRASH , AND SjE ' CASTING 8. iTachlnery ot Every Description Made to order. Particular attention paid .. Ship's Blacksmlthlng. Job Work Exe mteil on Short Notice. T. TTAYASHI, TAILOR. Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired. 537 Beretanla Street. Opposite Queen's Hospital. TEACHERS ARE NOJJuSIGNED BOARD OF EDUCATION MET YES TERDAY AND APPOINTED PEDA GOGS TO DIFFERENT STATIONS. HUH ALU) 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 Mlowera Colonies 39 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 23 Coptic Yokohama 23 Sierra Colonies 24 Ventura San Francisco 24 Moana Colonies 25 Doric Sa Francisco 27 Mlowera Victoria, B. C. Sept 2 Alameda San Francisco 3 Korea Yokohama 6 Nevadan San Francisco 0 Siberia San Francisco 13 Gaelic Yokohama 13 Sonoma Colonies 11 Sierra San Francisco 17 Coptic San Francisco 21 AorangI Colonies '23 Alnmeda San Francisco 24 Mongolia Yokohama 24Moana Victoria. B. C. 28 Korea San -""ranclsco OUEEH STREET OICALEKH IN Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith OooJI WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Special attention given to 1 DRAYING ALSO. WHITE AND BLACK SAND M1RTKTDANL Barber Shop and Bath Rooms Nuuanu Street between Pauahl and Beretanla. BY AUTHORITY SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. DEPARTING. Date. Name. For. 1 July 2 Manuka Colonies 6 Alameda San Francisco 8 Nevadan tSan Francisco S Mong lia San Francisco y Korea Nine and 25-100 dollars, that being the 12 Sonoma San Francisco ' 13 SlerVa Colonies amount ir which said Alias Execution 19 China San Fran?Isco i Issued, together with Interest, costs and Under and by virtue ot 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 W. Pratt, Assessor and Collector of Taxes, First Division, Plaintiff, vs H. L. Kerr, Defendant. I have, In said Honolulu, on this 29th day of July A. D. 1904, levied upon, and shall offer and expose for sale and soil at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, in said Honolulu, ot 12 o'clock noon or Monday, the 29th day of August, A. D. 1901, all the right, title and Interest of the said 71. L. Kerr, Defendant, in and to the following described real property, unless the sum of One Hundred and Assignments of teachers for the com ing term were made ut yesterday s meetng ot the Hoard of Education. The appointments, which were made on the report of the committee on teachers, aro as follows; OA'HU . Mrs. Frank L. Winter, transferred from Kallhhvaena to Kouhumnnu in place of Miss M. Paty, transferred to Kallhhvaena. Miss Hoffman, assistant Grammar department, Hl"h School, In place of Miss King, resigned- Mrs. Crockett, Latin teacher High school, in place of Miss C. Zelgler, resigned. C. 'F. True .principal Primary re payment. Royal School. Mrs. Kate Phillips, principal Punch- bowl school. In place ot Miss M. Ma puana Smith, resigned. Miss Blacow, assistant at Normal. Miss Jean B. Wlnne, assistant Pau oa school In place of Miss Scoby, re signed. Miss Alice Winter, principal Knllht uka, In place of .Mrs. Overend, " trans ferred. Miss M. Alice Smith, principal Hono- ullull school in place of Mrs. J. N. Bell transferred. 'Mrs. J. N. Bell, principal Pearl City school In Place of C.'F. True, trans ferred. A Mrs. E. W. Esten. principal Honolulu plantation school Miss Nellie Rlckard, assistant Hono lulu plantation school. Miss Ida 'Bell Lamb, teacher Walma nalo in place of Miss R. Thompson, re slimed. Miss E. Koelllng, assistant Honoull ull. Z. McKeacue. principal Kaneohe school, vice H. Cobb-Adams resigned. Mr. Akaiko Akana. assistant Kane ohe school. HAWAII. Miss Florence Hill, principal Kalwl kl in place of 'Mrs. Barbour, resigned Miss Marv Naillma. Mountain View Miss Maby Pohakupuka, in place of Mrs. Brldgewater, resigned. Miss Kauwlla to Kamalll school. Miss Rebecca C. Bohnenberg, to Olaa In place ot Miss Patsen Chung, resign ed. Mnnuel do Corte, principal Keauhou school. Patrick Coekett, assistant Keauhou school. Miss. Anna W. Dlas, principal Hono- kahau school. Miss Uelva 'Brehman, assistant Holu aloa. In place of Miss Dlas, transferred. Miss Edith Bond, principal MaKapaia school Miss Nellie L. Hall, assistant Ahu aloa, In place of Mr. Nobriga, resigned. Charles J.' Kauhalhao,, assistant Ho nokaa. MAUI. Miss Lewa Iokla, teacher, Lanal. Aoe Wong Kong, teacher Makena. Miss Irene Crook, assistant Pala school, n place of Miss Mosser, re signed. KAUAI. Miss Lilly Auld, assistant Hanapepe. Miss Bertha E. Peller, assistant Ko loa. Mls3 Katie Chrlstion, assistant Li hue. 'Miss Mabel D. Hastlo, assistant Ha napepe school. Miss LUlle Aki assistant Klpahulu. Miss Rose P. Castino, assistant Ka upo, in place ot Miss Lilly Akl, trans ferred to KInahulu. Miss Daza 'Barnes and Miss Tena Barnes, Kalaheo. WILL ELIMINATE HONOLULU. The S. 43. Manchuria will not call at Honolulu on her first outward trip to the Orient. H. Hackfeld and Company local agents of the Pacific Mail S. S. 'Company, received advices to tnis i- fect yesterday, sne win san irum Francisco August 23 and go direct to Yokohama, i I Cllf'8 BE Notices for this column should be sent In not later tn.an i) o'clock Satur day moinlng. Deutsche Lutherlsche Klrche Bere tanla Ave. nahe der Punchbowl street. Pastor Wllllbald Folmy, 976 Beretanla Ave, nahe der Keeaumoku street. Woh nungs Tel. White 2341. Schul und Kir chen telephon White 2C91. Ponntag, 10 Uhr. Sonntngsschule; 11 Uhr, Gottes- dlenst. German Lutheran Chursh, Beretania Ave. near Punchbowl street. Pastor Wllllbald Felmy, 970 Beretanla Ave. near K eouinoku street. Residence Tel. White 2341. School anu Church tele phone White 2G91. Sunday, 10 a. m.. Sunday School; 11 a. m., Service with sermon from St Mark 3 Methodist Eplscopnl Church corner of Beretanla and Miller streets. G. L. Pearson pastor, public worship tomor row at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Holy Communion 12 m. Epworth League C:30 p. m. A welcome always to all. HEAVY FIGHTING . Associated Prpss. Morning Service. CHEFOO, August 13. The news or heavy fighting- at Port Arthur is con firmed. During the engagement one Japanese shell killed 200 of the Russian garrison. SHIPS STILL AT TSINGCHOU. CHEFOO, August 13 The 'Czarewltch the Pallada and three torpedo boats are still at Tslngchou (Kaiuchau.) The cruiser Novlk left at the expiration of twenty-four hours. There has been no sea lighting reported. RUSSIA'S PROTEST BACKED. Associated Press. Morning Service. ST. PETERSBURG, August U. It Is stated that the representatives ot France and Germanv at Peking are supporting Russia's protest against the capture of the torpedo boat RIosltlllnl. WALTHAM WATCHES. STEM WINDING, LEVER ESCAPEMENT. THE BEST POCKET TIMEPIECES IM THE WORLD. MANUFACTURED AND GUARANTEED BY THE American Waltham Watch Company, WALTHAM, MASS., U. S. A. THE 0LDE8T WATCH FACTORY IN AMERICA AND THE LARGEST I IN THE WORLD, A FOB SALE BT RELIABLE WATCH DEALERS EVERYWHERE "The Only Way ?9 o the World's Fair at St, Louis CONFLICTING EMOTIONS. Associated Pres? Morning Service ST. PETERSBURG, August 13. The Russian people are divided between re joicing over the birth ot an heir to the throne and anxiety as to the fate of the Port Arthur squadron. The city Is be llagged nnd illuminated. The Czarina and child are well. The latter will be named Alexis. ANOTHER REFUGEE ARRIVES. Associated Press. Morning Servio-. SHANGHAI, August 13. The Rus sian torpedo boat destroyer Grozovol has arrived here. The Handsomest Trains in the World, consisting of Matchless Chair Cars, Standard and Compartment Sleepers, Cafe-Llbrary-Lounging-Smok-Ins-Observation Cars, all wide Vestibulcd, are operated over the Chicago & Alton Railway between KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITYi AND CHICAGO, AND ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO. This fact, together with the courteous attention shown everybody, makes the Chicago & Alton Rail way indeed "THE ONLY WAY." Nice connections are made with all lines entering Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago. Kindly request the Agent to ticket you over the Chicago & Alton Rail way, or address: A. P. STEWART, General Agent, Chicago & Alton Roll way, 8o Crocker Building, 3an Francisco, Calif. 21 Gaelic Yokohama 27 Alameda San Francisco 27 Mlowera Victoria, B. C. 30--Aorangl Colonies 31 Dor!- iSan Francisco Aug. 2 Mongolia 'Yokohama 2 Ventura San Francisco 3 Sonoma Colonies 7 Nevadan ISan '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 Dori e Yokohama 27 Mlowera Colonies Sept. 3 Korea San Francisco G Siberia Yokohama 7 Alameda San Francisco 7 Nevadan tSan Francisco 13 Gaelic San Francisco 13 Sonoma Ban Francisco 14-lerra Colonies 17 Coptic Yokohama 21 AorangI Victoria, B. C. 24 Mongolia. .San Francisco 24 Moana Colonies 28 Korea Yokohama 28 Alameda San Francisco Calling at Manila. Via Kahulul. my fee and expenses are 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, and conveyed to' H. L. Kerr and M. S. 'Smith by deed of C. W. Booth and wife, as of record in the Registry Ofllce, In said Honolulu, In Liber 223, page 210; lAnd by deed of M. L. Smith and wife to H. L. Kerr, ot all undivided Interest In and to above premises, as of record In said Registry Oillce In Liber 223, page 220. A cash payment of one-halt of the amount of the successful bid In United States Gold Coin will be required at time of sale, the balance to be paid in United States Gold Coin upon the de livery ot the deed. Deed at expense of purchaser. Dated at said Honolulu, this 29th day ot July, A. D. 1904. A. HI. BROWN, High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii. JAPAN LOSING HER SHIPS FAST, n. L. F. Dunhuln of the staff of the Yokohama Advertiser, is a through pas senger on the Siberia for ban X'ran clsco. He says that he gained Inside Information that Admiral Togo had lost the battleship Fuji. Six. other Jaiwnone warships have been lost, ho says, so Togo's licet Is seriouHly crip pled. A PARIS HUMOR. The rumor is now toeing spread abroad that the kaiser visits Paris every, year in disguise. Attacks ot Colic, cholera morbus, pains In the 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.tt relief even In the most severe cases. It Is pleasant to take and every household should have k bottle at hand. Get It today. It nuj save a life. For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. Eight parts of the World's Fail Portfolios now ready at Star office. Excollonc Msmim (A Wine Oordlni.t The best specific remed v for JVIalarial and Typhoid, rovers. f . Cfllria-lnf1llnM . M . IO.. IM-fiO GENERAL KUMS ifi THE FIELD & v GENERAL KUROKI. General Kurokl is one of the principal Japanese commanders in the Held and ling done more Unhung than any other of the Japanese generals. He has been uniformly successful. He went to tho front at the start nm lws han dled an immense army In a long series of maneuvers and battles with masterly. skill. General kuiokl hos been said to be half-French, and no one in France has wanted to deny the pharge. But tho general hn a nephew who Is study ing at Berlin and who has seen fit to take up the stfttemont nnd replace It with one that la much more romantic. The youth says that his uncle is tho son of a Polish nobleman and that his name i s nwilly Kurowskl. This noble W8 mix ed up in the slight unpleasantness between Russia nnd Poland during the revolutionary times In 1881, and thought It best to go to Japan and make his home there. He married a Japanese woman, and their win Is the man who Is caus ing tho Caar some uneasiness at the present moment. And he Is lighting at the command of bin fHther, for whsu the old exile was on his deathbed he called the ohlld" to his side and made him s wer to take veimaanee on Russia for tho way in which she hoA treated Polanrf.