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THE IJAWAtlAI STAR, SAWUDAV, AUGUST II, 1904.
CSC SIGHti ft' NATIVE HATS A large ana varied nmortnient of native hats. Just the thing for the hot weather. COHAN'S EXCHANGE oda'i Soda1. Soda The finest In the city. Only g fJneU fruits ana fruit syrups dispensed at our fountain. Our Ice Cream AND Sherbets are not to he excelled. LIMITED. Corner King and Fort Streets, Telephone Main 131. The Secret of Health You will find at the bottom oC each glass of Uo table should be set with out this health-giving water. It essential at meal times as It iwntains all the necessary min eral properties which nature de mands. Bold at all drug stores. QABRK11A&CO., LIMITED. H7 Hotel St. Tel. Main 219. ' HAKE SELL and RENT THEM HAKE and SELL 1 TWDm 1 UU1 1 Potter o., JLVfccl. 931 - - Fort St. U6III6S03 Water linings PearsoD M? V A I V K M I S U M V, . TS Whitney Marsh l'sgp 8 Jordan & Co Page 1 13. O. Hall Son Page fi Second Circuit Court Notli-e Page o L'urnprnpli Tli.it Utvo Coudnnncil Sews of the Da j. 4-H 44- If greatly troubled with mos quito notify ihe Boa d of llonlin Send to, or Immediately notify the Hoard of Health of all rats found dead from unknown causes. THE WEATHER. Weather Bureau, Punnhou, 1 p. in. Wind light northeast, weather fair. Morning minimum temperature 75; midday maximum temperature S5: ba rometer 0 a. m. 29.9S tseudy (corrected 1 for gravity); rainfall, hours ending n. m. 0; absolute moisture 9 a. m. 7.0 grains per cubic foot; humidity 9 a. m. 71 per cent. It. C. LYDECKER, Territorial Meteorologist. fnlfu seed Just received by the Holllster Drug Co. "The 'Mutual Telephone Co., has de clared a dividend. The best place to buy your cutlery is at E. O. Hall & Son. A probate notice for the second cir cuit court appears In thCa Issue. Fresh nnd the best sorghum and ul- Whltney & Marsh's remnant sale will commence on Monday morning. The Uerman Summer School will have Its closing exercises on Sunday, at 3 o'clock, In the schoolroom. All are cor diully Invited. The Haekfeld baseball team will meet with Oahu Railroad team on Sunday morning at 9 o'clock on the railway sta tion ball grounds. The Merchants lunch at the Crite rion Is gaining In popularity every day. The dishes are well cooked and well served and tne price Is reasonable. The yachts Gladys won the race to Luhninu, arriving there at G p. m. Thursday. The Pnloma wrs mar La- hiilna when the Gladys arrived. 'An dem am Sonntag Nachm von 3-D in der Schule stattflndenden Peste der . Ferlenschule laedt ulle Landsleute freundllcht eln Der Deutsche Schulver- , eln. I At the Christian church tomorrow I morning Rev. Dr. Craig will reuch on j the subject of "A Good Bargain" In the evening ills topic will bp, "When a Man Is divine." United States Consul Martin of Nan kin who Is a through passenger on the ; S. S. Siberia for the mainland, says , that there are too many alalects spoken in china for her success. Monday morning begins a week of bargains at the Sachs store. Scotch' ginghams and zephyrs that sell reg- uarly for 20c ana 25c will be reduced to 10c a yard. Fancy white goods also greatly reduced. Sale for one week j only. An advancement Is made by E. W. Jordan & 'Co., Ltd., In their ad regard ing the McCall Paper Patterns. Mil lions of the patterns are sold annually without complaint. There 1s a stylish effect about a garment made" from u McCall Pattern: At. St. Clement's Church Paris House last evening the Rev. W. D. Westervelt ; gave a very Interesting exhibition of i lantern slides of Japan, accompanying the pictures with remarks In explalia- j tion of them. In the course of the nd-1 dress he suggested that the Japanese got their idea for the famous Jinricksha the man-cab of Japan, from the early, missionaries to Hawaii. The band concert and dance at the ! Alexander Young Hotel last evening in I honor of Governor Carter and the pas sengers on the steamship China were greatly enjoved. The Itoof Garden was crowded during the concert, the Kap pelmelster and his bandsmen being at their best. Following the concert o.incing was enjoyed In the makai ball loom to the music of the Ellis quintet. An enthusiastic crowd of golf players met at Halctwu Hotel on Wednesday evening and organized the Halelwa Golf Club. This club will be open to mem bership for any residents of Waialua or Kahuku districts and will use the links of the Halelwa Hotel. Oillcers elect ed for the ensuing year an F. J. Church President; G. S. Lelthead, Vice-President; Horace Johnson, Secretary; and J. Little, treasurer. A cricket match will be played on the Makiki grounds, this afternoon at 2; SO o'clock teams to be picked from the fol. lowing players: It. Anderson, S. Beard more, J. II. Catton. R. R. Catton. T. Gill, A. R. Hattleld. H. L. Hubert, R. A. Jordan, S Jordan, A. R. Jordan, A. Tul lctt. J. R. M Mnchen, A. H. Crook, F. Harrison, J. Laird, Center Mytton, Por ter, Weedon, J Tucker, Henry Boyd, B. F. Beardmore, R. de B. Layard. The Zenda Dancing Club gave Its Ini tial dance for the season of 1904-5 at the Odd Fellows' Root Garden last night. The Roof Garden was found to be a charming place for a dance. The mu in wna uood and the members of the club nnd their friends had an enjoyable time. The officers or the ciuu tor inu ensuing year are: President, Mervyn Simpson; secretary C. Hottel; treasurer E. A. Jacobson; directors Ben Lee and Pressey. The unswer of John Keanlnl In the action for divorce brought by his wife nnd to her motlin for costs and attor neys feets. has been filed. He denies that he has ever treated his wife Lono Keanlnl with cruelty 'but says that she CHOICE ALGAROBA FIRE WOOD DELIVERED TO ANT PART OF THE CITY. LEAVE ORDERS WITH W. W. DIMOND & CO. Agents for East Nlu Ranch. wilfully dwrtfl hi"! una now living In adultery at Wnllun. Moloknl, with a am n named KahlilHlua while another man named Knlllkoll contt'bute to wards the exsnses of "thin Interesting household. ,11k further assert that her habit of ettlng Intoxicated cause j him both expense and mental worry. ' Keanlnl Is a policeman. He wiys ho! has nothing but his palarv of $70 a month. I A compulsory sale of ladles, misses and children muslin underwear will take place at Pacific Import Co. Mon- I day, August ltth, at 8:30 a. n.. The tire stock In thai department will be . closed out nt manufnet. er's cost. This sale will break all previous records as regard to prices; large quantities or be ing overstocked Is the only reason for tills compulsory sale. Anticipating that people will come from all cornprs of thp city to take advantage of this sale which may possibly create a high de gree of excitement owing to the bar gains that are offered. An electric fan near that department will keep you all comfortable. Do not miss this sale. All children' d esses of every description go in this sale as u reduction from 10 to 2. er cent. j E A VERY" SMART TRIP; SHIP HAWAIIAN lfcLKS ARRIVES THIS MORNING FROM NKWCAS-' TLE LN It DAYS. I The shilp .ilalwnjlan (Isles. Captain Mnllett, arrived from Newcastle this morning after a veryTjuIck passage, the trip being made In 41 days. The vessel experienced good weather, nothing of particular Interest occurring. She sight ed nothing. She brought 3.360 tons of coal consigned to Wm. iG. Irwin and Company. Tne vessel will load sugar at thu place for oan Francisco. The bark George Curtis finished fu-' mtgatlng this morning and was towed over alongside Railway slip No. 2 where she will begin to take a cargo of sugar for San Francisco. The S. S. China sailing nt 10 o'clock this morning for the Orient, was the. only departure today. The barkentlne Coronndo will prob ably be the next vessel to leave the bar. bor. She will take sugar to Sn Fran cisco. She will leave some time next week. i The S. S. Alameda was geeting fuel oil this morning from the Kalmlloa. i The next mall to San Francisco goes on Wednesday morning by the S. S. Alameda, The next mall from San Francisco will arrive August 21 by the S. S. Ven tura. I i BIG FIRE CLAIM PAID TODAY SETTLEMENT OF ONE pF THE CONTESTED CASES OTHERS AL SO LIKELY TO BE SETTLED. j One of the more Important Chinese fund cases was settled dually this morning by a payment out of the Dis trict Court and it is probable that with in a short time many of the others will be disposed of. The case concluded to day was that of W. F. McLellan against Lam Knl Chow and others, the defend ants, under a decree filed on the 11th, receiving a check for $12,911.4S. The original decision in this case awarded a sum of $1G,9S9.81, but costs and the withdrawal of the surplus fund reduced It to the figure quoted. It Is expected that early next week decrees will be filed In nil the other cass in which the Insurance companies are co-defendants. This will be follow ed by payment of the greater portion of the money now In the hands of the court, an amount of over $45,000. KIN All ARRIVED THIS -MORNING. The steamer KInau arrived this mOrn- ing from Hllo and way ports. She brought a good slaed crowd of p.issen- ge'rs. tar Want hu nay at ono. THEY CRY FOR BEDELIA THE TROUBLE OF THE BANDMASTER WITH AN UNAP1 UECIATIVE PUBLIC SOMETHING NEW IS ALWAYS CALLED FOR, BUT WHEN BERGER TRIES REAL MUSIC THE PUBLIC SHOUTS FOR BEDE LIA THE CARTER MARCH. "Der Keppelmeister" Berger Is a long suffering man, but he has a kick com ing. "Yes," he said this morning, "I know it Is only for fun, but you think I do nut know? Yes? Some of you boys laugh and say you do not like my new piece 'Pedro,' Is It not? And then some say, 'Oh old Berger, why is It that all the time he Is not glfllng us something new?' Very well! It Is that all the time there Is something to be done and then, when there Is something new, people do not recognize It." The bandmaster cheerfully recognizes that as a poet P. Maurice Moi.ahon has him beaten by o city block, but he says that what his words lack In soul they make up In sense. Take the words of the latest produc tion, the Governor Carter march for In stance, they run thus: Carter! Carterl Oh you Governor Carter!" That Is nil, and really that is all that Is needed. They express Joy and contentment as well as a proper respect for the high office which the governor holds. At the same time there Is nothing about them which would bring the blush of shame to the cheek of Innocence, They are words which might safely be brought Junius F. Morgan, AUCTIONEER AND BROKER. 8I7-M7 Kaohumanu St. Tel. Main 72. P. O. Box 691. The Sale of the Wilcox Property On Monday. Aug. 22 19U4 Will' Intercut You. I have a print cjd list. Call for one. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE ! OF 4 AND ox tuksiJay! AUG. 10, 10 O'CLOCK A. M. I am Instructed by Dr. Wilson to sell nt his residence on Beretunla Avenue next house to Ewa sorner of 1'IIkol street all the furniture contained In his 7 roomed dwelling house. There Is Oak, Reed and Rattan furniture, Ena mel Iron Beds, Child's Iron cribs, New Springs, now Mnttrasses, nice Rugs, Ice (Chest, Chlnaware, Glassware, Stove, uto. JAS. I'., M0KQAN AUCTIONEER. RATIFY TO-NIGHT ! Republicans are to ratify at the Or pheum theater this evening, and It Is expected that there will be a large turnout. Senator Clarence L. Crabbe, chairman of the Territorial Central Committee, will call the meeting to or der. There will be a number of able speakers. Governor Carter, who return ed yesterday from the Mainland, will speak, also Delegate Kuhlo, National Committeeman A. G. M. Robertson, Delegate W. H. Hoogs, Frank E. Thompson and William Hayvood. , ' SUGAR ON HAWAII. . Admiral Becklev of the steamer KI nau reports the fol'owlng sugar on hand at various Hawaii plantations awaiting , shipment Olaa 1150 bags; Walakea, 2, I 00; Hawaii Mill 1400: Wainaku, none; 1 Onomea 11,000; Pepeekeo 10,000; Hnma kua, 4000; Paauhau 1700; Honokna, 2000 Kukulhaele 1200; Punaluu Cfi30; Honua- po, 44C. HOT WEATHER MERCHANDISE. Ccol, delicious oeverages, are welcom ed these sultry days. A glas3 of soda, i flavored with the Juice of ripe fruit, j cold, with plenty of llz and sparkle Is the 1-lnd served at Hobron Drug Co.'s fountain. Into the home circle and used by the children at evensong. There lurks in them no hidden meaning such as all too often hides in the lines of the poets of passion. That at any rate Is Bandmaster Ber ger's way of looking at it. "It Is hard to get -new things to play all the time," said Captain Berger. "The difficulty is that everybody hears us so often. In big cities the same program can be played over and over again ami alwtays find new nudlences, but here after we have placed a piece a few tlm3 people begin to complain. You see there Is something more to be done than simply to buy n piece of music and play it. I get the music nnd then I have to write It nil out Into thirty parts. That Is no Joke. Sometimes I write and I write until my eyes ache, because writing ut music Is not so easy. Then sometimes it is disappoint ing. Not long ago I got a beautiful piece, 'The Gondolier.' No, not Gilbert & Sullivan's 'Gondoliers' another piece. It is fine, butvwe played it and nobody noticed it, and then they asked for 'Bedalla.' Oh, .well, we must give people what they want. That is what we are paid for." WHITNEY & MARSH WILL HAVE THEIR REMNANT SALE Some pretty remnants In all kinds of wash materials, io-yd. lengtks. Short lengths for shirt waists, In 3 and 3 1-2 yards in Lawn, Pique, Madras, Oxfords and many others. Also Embroideries and Laces In short lengths' at a great reduction. These materials are all new and are making room for our new stock. Do not forget the date. I. Lid. OFFICERS. H. P. BALDWIN President J. B. CASTLE First Vice-President W. M. ALEXANDER... 2d Vlce-Pres't J. P. COOICE Treasurer W. O. SMITH 8eretArj GEORGE R. CARTER Audltoi 5ugar Factors and Commission flerchants AGENTS FOR Ha tvalian Commercial and 'wvt Cow paiiy. Haiku Sugar Compaq Pala Plantation Compatr. Nahlku Sugar Compani Klhel Plantation Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahulul Railroad Company, AND Tho Colllornla and Orlontfc- Steamship Company ' Castle & Gooke, Ltd Iyi:e and Insurance AGENTS FOR New England Mutual Lift Insurance Co OF BOSTON. JEtna Fire Insurance Co., Or HARTFORD. CONN. Contractor and Builder House Painter Kewalo, Sheridan Street, near Kin. Honolulu H. I. Telephone Blue 19DL Just A SHIPMENT OF GENUINE PANAMA HATS IN ALL THE LAT EST SHAPES. PRICES FROM $7.50 UP. evmgston Y 1071 BISHOP Dainty Dishes fear Round Is the name of the booklet we give away with each Lightning Freezer. It contains only the best recipes known. Shepard'sLightn ing QUADRUPLE MOTION- "0 er. V . Automatic ecraper, If Electic welded hoops. Pall Is made of the best Virginia white cedar. A Complete Line W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd 3T King Street 0 N i mm & co li QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, H. T. AQENT3 FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea. Sugar Company, Honomu tflug;i Company, Walluku Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, KapSal Ranch. Plknters' Line Shlp;-lng Company. Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Bos ton Packets. LIST OP OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Robertson. V.-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop. ..Treas. & Secy. W. F. Allen auditor P. C. Jones Director C. H. Cooke Director O. R. Carter Director All of the above named constituting the Board of Directors. andy Things AT Factory Prices Pol Containers 15c Flour Dredgers 10c Covered Sauce Pans, Iron handle.. ..20c Lipped Sauce Pans 20c Basting Spoons 10c Deep nnd Shallow Jelly Cake Pans.. 10c Steamers 35c Wash Basins 30c Graduated Measures 23c Measuring Cups lfc Drinking Cups Vic Coal Oil Cans 25?i Sandwich Cutters 10c LEWIS & GO., LTD. The Lewers & Cooke Bmldlag. . 16U KING STREET. 2102 Telephones 246. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street. Opposite Wilder tc C H. J. NOLTB, Prop'r. First-Class Lunches served with tt coffee, coda water, ginger ale or mllJc Bmokers Requisites a Specialty. Want ads in Star cost but 25 cents. Young Building STREET. -FAMOUS WHEEL DASHER M Makes 'the smoothest and lightest cream. la the quickest nd runs1 tho easiest. From 1 pt. to 20 qts. Received Mm lis 2