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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER SI 10f)
Curios ! Curios !!
' iThe most .iceoptable presents to send
away to friends are Hawaiian curios.
RVe have a large line of cat eyes lets
find Hawaiian Jewilry.
WOHAN'S EXCHANGE
HEINZ
SWEET,
SOUR AND
DILL
PICK LES
Wo havfr a 'lip w supply In bulk
at the delicatessen counter, also
a new supply of' fancy kinds of
cheese and' tJernian, snisagos.
Limited
Telephone Main 45
A. SOREHEAD Is a discontented in
'dlvldu.il. Pacheeo'n Dandruff Killer has always
Slvcn : atisfactlon because It Is the
best remedy for scalp diseases.
Sold by all Druggists and at Union
Barber Shop. Telephone Main 232.
Stormy Weather
Is Coming on
And many
Outdoor Sports
Must be
Abandoned.
Why not
Get a set of Table
Tennis?
The game affords
Good sport and
Plenty of
Exercise.
To close out the
Stock we are
Selling some fine
Carving sets at.
Less than cost.
Step in and see
Them.
Pearson & Potter
Co., Ltd. 931
Fort Street.
If
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Whitney & Marsh Page 8
N. S. Sachs' Dry floods Co I'.ige 5
NEWS IJi A NUTSHELL
Paragraphs Tli.it Give Condensed
Sons of the lj.
WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. Weather Bureau O ce. Young
Building.
Temperatures 6 a, in., C!); 8 a. in., 70;
10 a. in., 75; Noon, "4. Morning mini
mum, '65.
Barometer, S a. m 80.18: Absolute
humidity, 8 u. in., B.C7 grains per cubic
foot; Relative humidity, S a. tn C8 per
cent; Dew point, S a. m., RS.
Wind Velocity: C a. tn i, NE.; S
a. m., 2. X.; 10 a. in., 7, NW.i Noon, S,
NE.
RaJnfall during 21 hours ended S a.
In., 0 Inches.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at Noon, 157 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U.S. Weather Bureau,
Live shark at the Aquarium.
The Honolulu Times for January was
Issued today.
The steamer Kinau was sighted off
Waikiki at 11:23 a. m. today.
A transport Is due here January 0
from Manila en route to San Francisco.
The Protet will sail for San Francisco
early Monday morning and will take
mall.
Prince Fushlml was presented with
horse by the Japanese of San Fran
cisco. A dance will be given at Knmehn
meha Girls School this evening by the
Kamehnmehn Alumni Association.
There Is a new attraction at the
Aquarium In the shape of a twelve
foot shark.
HIgashi was lined $125 and costs to
day by Judge Whitney for selling li
quor without n license.
The French cruiser Protet will not
go to Hllo. She sails direct for San
Francisco Monday morning.
Get ready for Sachs' big sale of
ladles' muslin underwear beginning
Tuesday morning January 3rd.
Gerrit P. Wildur lias presented the
fire department with a mango tree.
The tree was planted at the Maklkl
lire station.
Eight Japs were cuught gambling at
Walanae last night by the police and,
were fined $10 und costs each today by
Judge Whitney.
Miss Lily Hathaway will sail on De
cember ?8 for Honolulu, where she is
to be the guest of Mr. und Mrs. Wil
liam It. Castle. Chronicle.
It was announced this morning that
the Supreme Court of the Territory of
Hawaii will open Us January session
on Tuesday next January 3.
Miss Ethel Wolfe entertlaned the
Klrls of her class in the Fort streeet
Chinese Church nt her home, 1523 Pii
koi street, yesterday afternoon.
Whitney & Marsh call your atten
tion to the quality of their "home
made" brand of underwear, which they
ill place on specinl sale next Tuesday.
I The charges of murder ntrulnst Ko-
seki and T.tUada Kuitnra were nolle
prcisse dtoduy in Judge Whitney's court
;is both men had been indicted by the
grand jury.
A bunch of inquiries on the part of
tourist parties now in Southern Cali
fornia was received by E. M. Boyd, su
perintendent of the Promotion Com
mittee, bv hist mull.
Dr. F. L. Miner has written to friends
intimating that lie may return to Ho
nolulu with his family. He has been
farming and stock raising In Quebec,
Province. Canada, for some years.
At the Washington Ynle Aluml As
sociation's annual meeting at Wash
ington W. N. Armstrong was elected a
member of the executive committee.
The new president is Secretary Taft.
It is likely the meeting of the Build
ers and Traders' Exchange, set for next
Tuesday, will be deferred until Wed
nesday evening, on account of the
County Commission meeting the for
mer evening.
JUDGE WHITNEY
ISJO RETIRE
LATEST APPOINTEE OF POLICE
MAGISTRATE NOTIFIES"GOVER
NOR OF DESIRE TO RESIGN.
After about a month's carter on the
local police bench, Judge W. L. Whit
ney has decided that he desires to re
tire to private life as a practitioner.
He notified Governor Carter some time
ago of his desire to resign, and In fact,
expressed the desire to be relieved of
the olHce today, but no successor has
been appointed. The judge, while quite
n. young man, has made a very credit
able record on the police bench. His
succssor will probably be appointed
next week.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
There will be services nt the Chris
tian church tomorrow nt 11 o'clock,
preaching by Rev. P. M. Snodgrnss,
and in the evening at 7:30 o'clock by
Rev. J. L. Hopwood, subject, "Tho Old
und the New." All are cordially In
vited to these services.
Fine Job Printing Star Ofllce.
CHOICE ALGAROBA
WO
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THlt
CITY. LHAVW ORDWR8 WITH
POLICE WILL HOLD
Tl
HENRY WILL NOT TURN MONEY
OVER UNTIL ATTORNEY GEN
UAL PASSES ON MATTER.
Until High Sheriff Henry secures an
opinion from the Attorney General on
the mutter, no more money seized as
evidence In gambling cases will be
turned Into the government as a reali
sation. The custom under tho former
regime was to turn nil of such money
over to the treasurer. High Sheriff
Henry Is of the opinion that in tho ab
sence of any law specifically declaring
such money forfeited, It should be re- '
turned to the owner. Such money he
says nfter being used as evidence, lias
served Its purpose and should not. the
Sheriff thinks, be seized by the au-
thorltlcs unless the law specitlclally
provides for such disposition.
For the present the money obtained
by the police In such cases will be held
In the evidence room. It tho attorney
general decides that the money should .
be turned Into the treasury such ells- j
position will be made of It and If ho
decides that the money should be re
turned to the alleged gamblers, then
they will be allowed to secure their
former property.
AFTER ONE OF THE
CECIL BROWN HAS BEGUN AC
TION TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
ON R. W. AYLETT.
Action lias been begun by Cecil
Brown as trustee against R. W. Aylett
the representative elect, Mrs. Aylett,
Thomas Gandnll and wife, Allen &
Robinson and Jnmes L. Holt and G. L,
Desha as trustees, to foreclose u mort
gage for $0,000.
According, to the .complaint Aylett
and his wife guve u"iiote for $0,000 on
April 14, IMS, giving as security a
mortgage on some property on and off
of Fort street at Kaliu, containing 3
roods. The other defendants to the
suit have acquired some interest in tho
property.
MQOHEAU HALL
IHCCEPTED
HILO'S BUILDING NAMED AFTER
ADMIRAL BECKLEY'S ANCESTOR,
IS A NEAT PIECE OF WORljL
HILO, Dec. 27. The Park Board have
accepted the building hereafter to be
known as Mooheau Hall, and Contract
or Erickson has been paid in full for
his services. The contract price was
$2,00:5, and the extras, which were vot
ed by the Hilo Board of Trade, brought
the final cost up to S3.22S. The extra
charges were for changes in the speci
fications, such as Increased plumbing
work, changed location of closets, clos
ed casement for the balustrade, which
cost altogether $203, and were paid for
by the Board of Trade. The pavilion Is
octagonal, prettily designed and artis
tically painted In serviceable colors.
The sloping root is shingled and stain
ed a dark green. The posts supporting
the roof are substantial columns, sur
mounted by ornate capitals.
Speaking of the satisfactory manner
In which Contractor Erickson had car
ried out his contract, Chairman Rlch
ards of the Park Board said: "The
building Is very satisfactory and is an
edifice of which the Hilo public might
well be proud. The Park Board Is
much pleased with the manner In
which the contractor has completed his
work, and all that now remains Is the
dedication, which will take place on
Now Year's Day." Hllo Tribune.
NO OLAA WHOLESALER.
HILO. December 27. Olna will no
longer have a wholesale liquor house.
Governor Carter has refused to renew
to J. P. Lino the wholesale Hnlor li
cense heretofore held by George C.
Stratenieyer at 9-Mlles, Olaa. This
HE GLAMB1NG MONEY
REPRESENTATIVES
W,
Sole Agents in the Territory of Hawaii for Detroit Jewel Stoves; Gurney CJeanab
Refrigerators; Monarch and Puritan Blue Flame' Oil Stoves; U. S. Cream Separator
Savin Ico Pad; Etc,, Etc,
James 1?. Morgan,
AUCTIONEER AND
BROKER,
817-SE7 Kaahumanu St. Tel. Main 72.
P. O, Bos 594.
AUCTION SALE
Delinquent Stock
IN THE
iffde Sugar Co., Ltd.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY n, 1905.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
At my salesroom, S4" Kaahumanu
Street, Honolulu, I will sell at public
miction, by older of the treasurer, Mr.
F. M. Swanzy, the following certificates
of stock in the McBryde Sugar Com
pany, Ltd.. unless the delinquent as
sessments with Interest thereon and
advertising expenses are paid on or be
fore tho day and hour of the sale at
the olllce of T. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu:
Certificate. Shares.
G3 0
2G9 9
274 3
337 42
r20 1
0S5 25
OSS 25
1249 DO
1321 no
1C4S 1650
1749 25
1S07 27
1826 3
1831 2
20S7 r.
2733 (5
2740 2
202 3
S9S 00
JAMES P. At 0 ROAN, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE.
2500 Sheets corrugated Iron, different
sizes 7
DO YOU WANT ANY?
RAINY WEATHER AHEAD!
J AS, F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER
action is based upon the recommenda
tion to tliis effect by Sheriff Andrews,
who is opposed to the establishment of
wholesale liquor houses on Hawaii out
side of the precincts of Hllo. The
Stratenieyer property Is part of bank
rupt estate, and Auctioneer Ray dis
posed of the leasehold, buildings and
furniture at public auction on the pre
mises lust Friday. Hllo Tribune.
PINEAPPLE CALENDARS.
A distinctly Hawaiian industry, which
promises to be of some Importance In
the near future, Is advertised by the
"Tropic Fruit Co., Ltd.", of Wahiawa,
by their illustrated Calendar, copies of
which are freely distributed In town.
The Calendars make good "promotion
literature" for mainland friends.
COLORED CALENDARS.
Send your friend one of the views of
Hawaii handsomely colored. We have
the grandest scenery, public buildings,
Hawailans, etc., mounted on handsome
cards with calendar pad. At Hobron's.
Where to Spend
New Year's Day
The Halehva Limited, leaving Hono
lulu at 8:22 a. m. and returning at 10:lt)
p. m., will be run on both Sunday, Jan
uary 1, and Monday, the 2d.
Excursion tickets to all points along
the Oahu Railway will be sold on Sat
urday, Sunday and Monday, good for
return until Tuesday noon.
Dimond &Oo. tc
IMPORTERS OF
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Art
Cutlery, Hotel Supplies and
Household Necessities
Whitney
f
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OFFICURS:
H. P. Baldwin President
J. P. Cooke First Vice-President
W. M. Alexander.Second Vice-President
L. T. Peck Third Vice-President
J. WateThouse Treasurer
G. M. Rolph Secretary
W. O. Smith Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Commission
flerchants
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Company,
Haiku Sugar Company,
Paia Plantation,
Alaui Agricultural Company,
Kihci Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahului Railroad Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company.
CHEE HOON KEE,
Hotel Street near Maunnkea.
Plumber
LOUI CHEE, MANAGER,
Fire Insurance!
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
Phoenix Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance
Company.
Phenlx Insurance Company of Brook
lyn. Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building.
THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED
General Agents for Hawaii.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
AGENTS FOR
Western Sugar Refining Co., Sau
Francisco, Cal.
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadel
phia, Pa,
Newell Universal Mil Co., Manufac
turers of tlonal Cane Shredder,
New York, N. Y.
Parafllne rlr Company, San Francis
co., Cal.
OMandt & Co., San Francisco, Cal.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Saa
Francisco, Cal.
WE ARE OFFERING FDR CHRISTMAS
Genuine Manila Cigar in boxes of 25,
50 and 100 at reasonable prices. A
very fine line of American cigars, to
baccos and cigarettes also the best
known brands of Chinese Teas, Sal
Suen and Mu Lung. Store open even
ings until 8:30.
Lee Toma & Co., Ltd
33 Kins: Street near Nuuanu.
& Marsh
Our Annual Saleol
Ladies' Muslin
Underwear..,
BEGINS ON
Tuesday, January 3
when we will offer nt greatly reduce )
prices our celebrated
"HOME-MADE" UNDERWEAR.
This Is a standard brand and not Jus' ,
made for the purposes of a cheap sale '
SEE 0118 WINDOW DISPLAY
BEAVER LUNCE ROOM,
Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & C
H. J. NOLTB, PROP'R
First-Class Lunches served wltk U
coffee, soda water, ginger ale or mill
Smokers Requisites a Specialty.
Perfumes, French, In Swell Bo
Bohemian Glass Liqueur Sets; Sha
Ing Mirrors; Carving Sets; Fi
O'clock Teas; Swell Baskets; Jarc
nieres; Steins; Casseroles; Ram
kins; Ragout Sets.
ALSO SOME CHAFING DISHI
AND WINE COOLERS
To set off that Swell Dinner Tab
on New Year's Day.
LEWIS & CO., irr
169 King Street.
2403 Telephones 240.
TIME FOR YOU
TO BUY YOUR J
New Year's Gift j
The most acceptable J
Gifts will be a 1
BOTTLE OF" FRENCH OR 1
NEW YORK PEREUn
Order it at
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO
Beretanla and Alakea Streets.
ojima
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
LIQUORS,
JAPANESE PROVISIONS,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
AND PLANTATION
SUPPLIES.
Plantation Orders Specially Cared Fu.
No. 21 & 25 Hotel St., Honolulu, T. H
Telephone White 2411.
P. O. Box 906.
T. HAYASHI,
TAILOR.
Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repall
537 Beretanla Street.
Opposite Queen's HospltaL
T. Sumida, '
Maunakea between Pauahl and
Streets.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEAL
Sole Agent for
Homaretai Sake.
Goods
AFew Tin
W. W. DIMOND & CO.
Afvi.U for Hut Niu Hmmi
53, 55 and 57 King ftreet
jjMpnol!
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