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THK HAWAIIAN STAB, HATUHDAY, AUGUST 20, 1904.
FIVBL Monday morning, August Annua! Remnant Sale What to do with remnants is a problem every large store has to face once a year. Prom all parts of the store we have gathered up the short ends of Organdies, Lawns, Batistes, Dimities, Ginghams, Zephyrs, Cham brays, Voiles, Etamincs, Flannels, Flannelets, Woolen Dress Goods of all kinds, Silks, Silk Mulls, Sheeting Denims, Silkolines, Cre tonnes, Curtain-Swiss, Table Linen and in fact all odds and ends which have accumulated in the past year. Prices scarcely matter. Anything that will sell the goods is the right price. Sometimes it is toe. for the stuff originally 65c, but never mind that! Early comers of course get first selection, so just remember that the sale begins at 8 o'clock Monday morning. . I m DRY GOODS amara Corner Merchant I de Turk Wines, White Seal Champagne, qts. and pts., European Wines and Brandies, Bulldog Brand Stout and Ale, A. B. C, Budweiser, Pacific, Rainier and Primo Beeis, In qts. and pts. Telephone Main 492. Sale of Lease Land of Kawaihae 2d Kohala, Hawaii By direction of the Executive Com mittee of the Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital, I will offer at public auction a leasehold of the Land of Ka waihae 2nd, Kohala, Hawaii, on Mon day, September 19, 1304, at my sales y rooms, In Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, 'at 12 o'clock noon. This property comprises one of the most desirable grazing tract?, of the District and the source of the Keawe nul stream, an unfailing water supply, Is located on the upper or mauka por tion of the property which is considered the best fattening land in the neighbor hood. The property extends from a point near Kawaihae Landing to the moun tain known as Kaumu o Kaleihoohie, a distance of about eight miles, varying in width from one to two miles. At Kawaihae there is on the property, adjoining the Parker place, a very de sirable House lot. The area of this land is 10,600 Acres, more or; less. The purchaser will be required under the terms of the lease to fence the for est portion of the property In the vicin ity of the water heads or source of the Keawenui stream, and otherwise pro Tide for the exclusion of cattle from the forest portion by the erection of a. flve wlre fence so constructed to keep the cattle out. Lessee must also keep down the lan tana on the property. No live timber to be cut on the forest portion except for fence posts to be used on the ground, and the cutting of algaroba on the lower portion must be confined to thinning out and trimming. Upset pr'ce for 10 year term, $2500.00 per annum, payable quarterly In adr vance. A Map of the property Is now posted at my salesroom. For further particulars apply to the undersigned or A. B. Loebensteln, Sur-Treyo-, Hilo. JAS. F. MOHGAtf. AUCTIONEER. .Assignee's Notice. Notice Is hereby given that all per ,ons 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 be for ever barred. K. ODO, Assignee Z. Yoshlda. Dated Honolulu, July 15th, 1904. . IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, At Chambers In Probate. In tho Mutter of tho Estate of Kumal and Kalelonehu, minor. Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for Allowance of Final Accounts, Dls (rlbutlon and Discharge, On Rending am Piling the Petition and Accounts of IWIewule (w), Guar dian of (he pttraoiiH and estate of ICa null uml lCuleluiehu, of Wulknpu, Muul, minor, wherein U auk to Iw allowed ItM.tt and (ihartfeH hfnwlf with 11.00, mul tuike thet the wine muy In exa lUlnwl hiiU uii uvwl, uml Hint a (Uml Uljjw may be i utle of iWeUlliiillun of iwiwly reiiwlnliiK In Iwr ImnOe Ifl tbft modi thereto enlltM, and d wjkriftNf )ei mid hm euretle fioir all tlUimr reilwueJbllHy M uti fuardUn a fnftttui. It g ti'4iil, lli" l WutliiueiUv, Die lift 4r uf viumi4 A l I MM el leu w'utwb, in Mn ih JtifhjM u( IkWrt e 4t i'mUI'I HuMtil lite MM I'wUlt u( WilMku, IUii4 u( MM). be Twenty - second, begins our fl LTD., Cor. Fort and JBere tania St?. and Alakea Streets. P. O. Box 664 time and place for hearing said Petition and Accounts, and that all persons In terested may then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the paine should not be granted, and may present evidence as to who are en titled to the said property. And that notice of this Order In the English lan guage be published In the Hawaiian Star a newspaper printed and published In Honolulu, cahu, for three successive weeks, the last publication to be not less thnn two weeks previous to the time therein appointed for said hearing. Dated at Walluku, Maul, this 10th day of August, 1904 By the Court: (Signed) EDMUND H. HART, Clerk. 4ts Aug. 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE First Circuit; Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Naeole (w) of Walkele, Ewa, Oahu, deceased. Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for Administration. On Reading and "Illng the Petition of Kalama (k) of Ewa. Oahu, husband of said Naeole," alleging that Naeole of Ewa, Oahu, died intestate at Ewa, Oahu, on the 23rd 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 Issue o Kalama. It Is Ordered 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 the Court Room of this Court at Honolulu, Oahu, at which time and place all per sons concerned may appear and show cause, If ary they have, why said Peti tion should not be granted, and that notice of this ordt be published In the English language, for three successive weeks, In the Hawaiian 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 Circuit Court of the First Circuit. C. F. Peterson, Attorney for Petitioner. July 20, Aug. C, 13, 20. BY AUTHORITY PUBLIC ,1ANDS NOTICE. On Saturday, September 3rd 1904, at 12 o'clock noon, nt the front entrance to the Judiciary Building, Honolulu, will 'be sold at Public Auction two gov ernment lots of grazing land situate at Hanalel, Kauai, as follows: Lot 1, containing 9S7.36 acre, a little more or less; upset price $9,000. Lot 2, containing S9I.75 aoree, a little more orles; unset price $4,000. Terms: Cash. U. S. Gold Coin. For plans and further particular, ap ply at the Department of Public Lands, Judlc4ry Building, Honolulu. JAS. W. PRATT, Coiumlaeloiier of Public Lauds. Honolulu, T. II., August 1, (0nud from Vt I) ( Dim tii turpi ! Tim i.ioii.ii u It uf llm tiHlll'Uiiv mm lUvl ut IJ6.IUW )e ilu t Ui l illaulbttluil uoi'i'itf the bwebiue in i' it eul iiinili ( Kiv ll'ieii! W N IIhIhih, iniUmi uf ilo Mwunl n4 iili II Vlmtw ( UllWM tM ll tm Hlit MMrt4 UttMt &Co. HiLO WILLHAVE HOTEL IS DEPORTING MINERS GOVERNOR PEABODY Governor Peabody of Colorado, as the head of the state militia, is responsi ble for the policy which is being carried out of summarily deporting union miners from the Cripple Creek district. The governor's actions are attract ing wide attention, being unprecedented in American history, and political capital is being made out of them. Peabody says deportation is necessary for the restoration of peace, the union miners being in the position of hav ing declared war on the United States. PORTUGUESE FOR J. J. Souza, a grocer of Kakaako, is in a scheme to induce Portuguese to emigrate to Mexico. He is maintaining secrecy about the details of the emigration and refuses to disclose the destination in Mexico. He does not state the character of business in which they are to engage. Souza claimed to have 300 Portuguese who have promised to sign an agreement to leave Honolulu and go to the new' place where they will be given work. He states that he is anxious to get 500 men to sign the agree ment. He thinks he will be able to get this number without much trouble. He intends to leave Honolulu in the course of a month and visit the mys terious haven and investigate the character of the place. If he finds it sat isfactory he will advise his people to follow him. THE DEMOCRATS THE TERRITORIAL CONVENTION TO BE HELD NEXT MONDAY IN HONOLULU, AT THE ORPHEUM THEATER A CHANCE THAT DELIBERATIONS OF THE PARTY WILL PROVE VERY LIVELY. Democratic politics are warming up very rapidly. The caucus of the Fourth District delegates last night scared the Dove of Peace so badly that she flew far away and cannot be coaxed back today. Harmony is the watchword, but it does not enable some of the candidates to pass the line, for there seems likely to be a fight in the convention on Monday. The selection of A. A. Wilder for permanent chairman will probably meet with general approval, but over the choice of J. L. Coke of Maui for tem porary chairman, there seems likely to be some discord. F. J. Testa was favorably endorsed for this position by the members of the Fifth District delegation, but there is the strongest sort of opposition to Testa. Coke ap pears to have the best of the argument, but it is possible that a compromise candidate may be selected. There will probably be no fight over any of the other officers nor is there likely to be any wrangle over the appointment 'of various committees. Iaukea will have a walkkover apparently for nomination as delegate to Congress. The platform for the coming campaign is to be adopted and a new central committee will be chosen. There seems likely to be no contest over posi tions on this committee. Some of the prominent leaders will not be seen on the new committee. Col. C. J. McCarthy who has alwyas been Identified with the Democratic party, has declined to serve on this committee. The Hawaii and Maui delegates arrived today on the steamer Kinau. The Kauai delegates are expected to reach Honolulu by the steamer W. G. Hall tomorrow. FAXON BISHOP A rumor that Faxon Bishop was intending to retire from politics and re fuse a nomination for the Senate even if it were offered to him somehow gained currency last evening, but as may have been expected it was in exact reverse of the truth. In political parlance Bishop Is "in the hands of his friends" and those friends have every intention of putting his name in nom ination. Not only this, but it is extremely probable that he will act as treasurer for the Republican campaign as well, "Blshon will ccrtnlnlv not refuse a nomination." said Governor Carter this morning, "and it seems pretty certain should-be asked, A better man for treasurer could not be found as his high standing with the business community would commend him to all classes." can Im ui-wl It la bIW-y-cl tin tmiMMN'UUlo ukllMimiiH ruiMUll: '! of lltlii, ami ntt. i. nil ut til plujitH linn iwitjiW in tli tk-lnky uf llilo will NulMHTlUa lllwrulit in III IimiK. It m lHM)mni Ut Mtiurv xnrtcwtv IsImimJ il tut mtrf tMirlluiu tUu tUwr mi m ut limb htitvi 4 tintnMlvi uumwrN If dftiMfe'iut) amUMjtuHvMl MM m Html with ijiiiM Uti m vbw uf hiiliitf Mi" uv'iil lniu-1 uruly. ihv ('lull U lU ItUlM lilt WMIIM UU.(!'I 'K1 liuu (w with li iliiv Hi lit tiiHudy Iftwu uVvtwi Vlif mtwMuu uf 4Utl OF COLORADO. MEXICOls 10 that he will act as treasurer if he! Hldil-tnl, but It U undvt-Nlooil til" litfllt liutll t'uu Ut rdtl)' MH'Ulfil. Architect ItlWiloy ha NlntuUy until tiruwliiwi ut a priipuMHl uoIdI building, lu bo Iih-hM mi Ittwd'i liu4, whlli oottiiiulMl iwumlful wounds una 4rlvtwitr Ihraugfe UIvhikWk Prk. lmi N UMMTH. MAN KlUWl'IH'il, Auvutl II-VIm ItMiiiJuii piUw ( H uimlMhi WU l U shilling, H tMH Tl( hill ijuu- lnlUMi Wilt AwtMl II, IK MIMUM. READY W L D RUMORS OF SENSATIONAL REPORT WHICH PROVED TO HE A JOKE WHEN RUN DOWN. There was excitement out at WalUIki 1 last evening over the story that E. S. 1 Boyd, formerly lnnd ommlstsloner, 1 had committed suicide. The troubles of j Boyd have been pretty well aired re- eently and this gave color to the rum ors. He Is at present waiting trial on the charge of appropriating government funds and yesterday he ' was In tho police court on a charge of having assaulted his wife, a charge to which ho pleaded guilty and got off on suspended sentence. I When he went home yesterday after noon he announced his intention of end- j ing his earthly troubles, but he had pre- viously made similar announcements and no notice was taken of his threats. ' Early in the evening, however, one of , the children found Boyd In his room groaning, and shortly after assistance had been summoned he, to all appear- ances, gave up the ghost. The Mo'ina I Hotel was telephoned and among others who went over to the Boyd house was Dr. Murray. An examination showed at once that the corpse was very much alive. Its heart was beating regularly and Its pulse was strong, but still It re fused to come to like again. Ordinary 1 methods failing, the medicine man i turned to more drastic remedies. Ho saturated a handkerchief with amnio i nla and applied It to tho corpse's nos ' trlls. Then "Pat Mnlone forgot that he was dead." Boyd came to life again immediately and explained that It was ; all a Joke he was playing oif" his wife. I This rare gift of humor having been thoroughly explained the sympathetic ' neighbors withdrew and prayers for the . dead were cancelled. The report of a suicide was generally current In Honolulu this morning. Boyd was about town as usual today and was strenuous In his denials of the current story. He says that he did not attempt suicide nor did he feign death In order to fool his wife. His unconsciousness, he avers, was genuine having been brought on through the mental distress occasioned him by his brother-in-law's action In causing his arrest over a little family row which would have been easily settled but for outside Interference. REPORTS REGARDING THE MOVE MENTS OF DELEGATE. KI'HIO'S FORMER SECRETARY. Morris Keohokalole, former secretary to Delegate to Congress Kalanlanaole, Is said to be In Utah, where he has some relatives. One report Is that he Is on his way home and this Is believed to be true, though some of his friends de clare that he will never return to Ho nolulu. Morris has so far repudiated all plans to get him back. He is now said to be about to become a political Issue, the Democrats having intention to in- Ipct Vilm Intn thp c.-imnnlcrn find hts troubles to create opposition to Cupid. A tic IVkIUIL HIIL1J . J u muic 11. J J spicy disclosures about Morris' Wash ington career. Some months ago, when Keohokalole's plight first became known here, a num ber of his friends raised $200 for him, with which to return. The cash was raised without any dllllculty and the cable was used to Inform Keohokalole that his passage was secured, first-class all the way. Morris absolutely refused to return, and the scheme was dropped. prince Kuhlo Is said to have paid Morris' passage twice. The first time was When the seeretarv wn illschnriroil from his position, after various trou bles. Morris, however, did not make the trip. At a later day Kuhlo, It is stated, secured tickets, refusing to hand over any more cash to Morris, but the latter again failed to make the trip. Morris Is said to have personated the Prince In some Washington resorts. with the result that there was pllikla 1 for the delegate, and this Is stated to I be what led to the first split between ' them. The former secretary, It Is also ! stated, wrote to Governor Carter asking ' for assistance, when Carter was at th. Chicago convention. Kuhlo when aked nbout the matter 1 this morning wa Inclined to take it good naturedly. "I would be sorry for Morris' own sake If the matter should be imed In the campaign against me as Is Indicat ed In tho morning paper," he said "The facts are all at hand and they would only Injure Morris In the eyes of Ha waiian people. That l-s the reuMii I do not want to discuss ithe matter Ht length now, I merely want to nay though that not only did he receive every cent of his salary but on two oc casion! I advanced him sum to help him get home anil he spent the monpy In other ways. Personally I do not think lu- Intends to come home now." DEMOCRATS TRY FLANKING TACTICS I'Ol'HTIl DIHTUHT I'.UH'r DM fllilOU POMTIHJNINU UltmtU'T CIINVKNTHIN. SUICIDE KEDHOKALOLE COMING BACK? The I.-iihm inu uf Hi Puunh Ulalrtt t 4ii4Mi um night nt ihir utmw ( Wvfliy lu try la MiliMk Ik HuuMU'ii auiflnl WNtvauMttlM bV makhlH l)W llAWlMMltiMM fill' Ik IhpI Ului'M ftir tlx )HuMliii pnrly lu MtHMMl H Itib'l IViw m mm 4 Ifctit Mil IM Ntui'i' 'Wt tlUul'l KM)VNltHM l U Mlh uf Ittiliu tttv tv mni H, mmim tl lh his Company under takes tho entire management of es tates. It looks after the rents, insur ance and repairs. It also judiciously invests all surplus income. Ill CO. i Merchant and Fort Sts., Honolulu, Hawaii. n iT'ir nrrm ivrr r o i'nirmiiiMnwiri mocratlc Central committee call, but the UnterrifleU manifested an attack oC "Cold Feet" and decided to let their ad versaries start the ball rolling. The result wn.s that the caucus decided to meet next Wednesdav, effect orgfmtra. tlon, and then adjourn lo some da.lt subsequent to the Republican district conventions. The session last night was quite ani mated, for there was corslderable de hate on various matters of detail. It was decided to support A. A. Wilder for permanent chairman of tho Territorial convention whlcr meets at the Orpheuro tin next Monday and J. L. Coke of hleul for temporary chairman. The meetlntr Iat night was presided owr by Col C J. McCarthy, W. F. Ervlng being seore , tary. The selection of temporary and 'permanent ecretar'es and other officoa wa undecided. After a ballot the foliating were re commended a 'the men to be favored an members of the Teirltorlal Central Committee: P. Iaukca, Stephen Umau I uma, W. A. Kinney, J. Menanwe S. Na I laha, L R. Medeiros E .M. Watson. I Fred Tun-ill ,S. K. Kaloa, W. F. Ervlng II. A. Juen and B. N. Kahalapunu. O. P I;uikea wn.s unanimously endors ed uf, the caucus cand'date for nomina tion for iloU-g. to to Congress As the hour vn late 1 11 i-ctlon wan taken re garding the selection of various coiu I mlttees. for ti c cording tenttorlal con vention. 1 1 emrs am Notices for this column should 1m sent In not later than 9 o'clock Satur day moinlng. Deutsche Lutherlsche Kircho Bere tanla Ave. nahe der Punchbowl street. Pastor "Wllllbald Felmy, 97C BeretanUt Ave, nahe der 'Keeaumoku street. "Wob nungs Tel. White 2541. Schul und IOr chen telephon White 2C91. Sonntng. 10 Uhr. Sonntagsschule; 11 Uhr, Gottes- uienst. German Lutheran Chui-sh, Beretanla Ave. near Punchbowl street. Pastor Wllllbald Felmy, 970 Beretanla Ave. near K-eaumoku street. Residence Tel. White 2341. School an. Church tele phone White 2G91. Sunday,! 10 a. m.. Sunday School; 11 a. m., Service with sermon from St Mark 3 At St. Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow evening there will be a special service for the Cadets of St. Andrew. Bishop Bestirlck will preach. The Cadets num 1 ber about fifty and under Captain Myt- ton are making great progress. 11 a. m. mornlmr ervl with irm.i by Doremiis Seudder D. D., uject "Tho Paradox of Jesus." 7:30 p. m. Evening Service with sor mon by Doremus Scuddi r, D. D., sub Jt, "Convlctioiix." 0:30 p. m. the I'hrUtian lSndeowr Society meet In th chapel, subject, 'Obeying when Obedience is Hard." poucrcoDwr CASES Harold Jeff was olmi-gwl In the po lice court, with assault and battery on tolepiien and Iaxz. Pecailut. An at tempt was made to sidetrack the police part of the prosecution In this cant-. It won Hnnounced when the cie wan call ed that a continuance had been agreed upon by P. U Weaver for the defence and C". W. Anil f oi'd for the proMCUtton. It was aFretHt to have the cane con tinued until Augiwt 22. Deputy High Sheriff c'hilllngworth Interposed Hn ob jection. He aakl that he had not been coniMiltwl in the mutter. He whs con ducting the n-OMcutlon of the ons and If there wm to e any continuance, he want ml to know about It. Wmvw wild that he and Aahfortl hml UKiel to llit conUnuanutf mid he though Aalifonl had spoken to Chllllngworth about tli msttej-. The dHity h4i1 that nothing of thii kind Iwd Ihmii dune, uml h vlh 1 the caaM coutlnueil a lu- Inter. AmIi fotd iliHlureil he would not proMOUta In Miicrli an vvwit, to wtilcli niilllliiu worth viliml that Ik- did not cm whe ther Atif(inl did or mil. Til tlmmiicw tn AuniHtt i3. wan irauUNl. Th cut) amtliuit Ah Hunt elmiijm) with kpum clwmt WtM iiuUw WkT In thv yttjif 04uri tuilni)'. FugUmio tki J4 KluirijtNl wlUl tMlHlc unkwfuMy uu th trH)HiMi at NtaUWl laniMiy In th mwimiiI 4rWi MM ymry lu in wixhw m J4w Miulwiy Tit UnumI until Auul II i, HAY MAHMMAl.l. T'l-t hmnii m llm luMMiW totnlull Miiiuinl lll t il4 im mUttWfi 1 m n w M w fum T