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THE HAWAIIAN STAR,
Classified Ads, Three Times 25 Gents
HONOLULU, HAWAII. THURSDW. KM. i. ,,,05.
CAN'T FIND HER
AT TEN CENTS
METROPOLITAN MEAT COMPANY HAS OPENED A STORE IN THE
CHINESE MARKET AND IS ATTEMPTING TO PUT THE PAKE
I)U TONERS OUT OF BUSINESS A BITTER FIGHT BEING WAGED
WITH YEE HOP MEANWHILE THE PUBLIC GETS THE BENEFIT.
'A war to the knife, literally to the
knife, Is on between the Metropolitan'
Meat Company and the well known
Chlnesetflrm of Yee Hop & Company
.and as a result the general publlo has
'a chance to get meat at a reasonable
It was over a month ago that the
Metropolitan Moat Company decided to
cease selling to Chinese but the Chi
nese butchers took counsel and as a
result Yee Hop undertook to become a,
purchaser of cattle himself and a mid
dleman with whom the other pakes
could deal. Ho found that the Holts
were not In with the graziers' combine
and was able to purchase beef on the
hoof from them. As n come back tho
Metropolitan Meat Company went into
tho Chinese meat business Itself by
fitting up a shop In the King street
market and running It under the' name
of , a Chinaman who was placed In
charge. Nor Is that all, for the Metro
polltan's Chinese store promptly cut
the price of beef down to the flat rate
of 10 cents a pound a cut whloh, as the
other Chinese have been paying from
0i to 12 cents a pound to the graziers,
could not very well be met.
It did not take very long for the word
to pass around and since May 1 the
thrifty housekeepers v?ho have been "In
the know" have been buying Metropoll
tan meat at Its pake store for 10 cents
when for exactly the same quality of
moat In the up town store from 20 to
25 cents was charged.
As soon as the Metropolitan people
found that Yee Hop was doing the
(Continued on page C.)
.Washington, June 1st, 1905.
To the Japanese Consul.General, Honolulu:
' ' TTHj seventh reporHnadtJ by Admiral
Togo in accordance with"' the reports rtf
our various divisions runs ns follows:
"It appears that the Osllabla was se-
Mriously damaged In the early stage of
.the battle on the 27th of May and left
the line and sunk at 5 p. m. SIspoIvo
Ukl, Nachlmoff and Monomach suffers!
heavily In tho midday of May 27th and
were so damaged by the night attack
of our destroyer and torpedo-boat flo
.tlllas that they were completely put
.out of action. They were discovered
next morning drifting near Tsushima
by our converted cruraers, Shlnanoma
ru, Yawatamaru Talnanmaru and Sa
domaru, but sank before the capture
.of survivors. About 915 were taken up
by converted cruisers above mention
ed and by Inhabitants on the coast. It
is certain from the statement of pris
oners that the Nabarln was struck by
four torpedoes from our torpedo-boat
flotillas and sunk. According to the
reports from the commander of the
iNlltaka the Svlettana was discovered
at 9 a. m". on May 28th off Chlhuhen
Bay, Korea, and sunk by tho Nlltaka
nnd the Otowa. The Aurora and the
iAlmaz are suspected to have sunk
during our torpedo attack on the night
of May 27th. The fate of tho Bemt
chung which was previously reported
to have sunk, Is uncertain after all.
.Eight battleships, three armored cruis
ers .and three coast defence Ironclads
which formed the Russian main force
ivoro sunk or captured, and most of
the second-class cruisers and other
subsidiary vessels were destroyed, sd
Lutted's Hawaiian I'oi in Pound Cans
,4or sale by all druggists and grocers.
ihat the whole Russian squadron was
"practically annihilated. Regarding the
damages to our lluet, subsequent re-poU.-sUow.that
during ,the night at
tack of May 27. torpedo-boats 34, 25
and CD were sunk, but most of their
crew was rescued by their companions,
otherwise no ship whatever lost. The
damages to our larger vessels Includ
ing destroyers are very slight and none
of them Is Incapacitated for action, Our
total casualties so far estimated are
S0O. As nearly the whole of Japanese
and Russian Heels .engaged In the bat
tle, the line was greatly extended.
Moreover weather having been misty it
was Impossible to see more than five
miles and therefore I was unabio to
keep In sight of all divisions under me
even In daytime. Beside the battle ex
tended two days and nights and as our
various divisions attacked the enemy
scattering in every direction and some
are still engaged In duties subsequent
to the battle, It will have some days
before details' can bu forwa-ded."
Washington, Tune 1st, 1905.
To the Japanese Concul-Oeneral, Hono
lulu. The elghto report from Togo Is as
"The commander of the Kasoga who
roturncd this aftiii'con with survivors
from tiie romllrl Donskol reports that
tho Donskol on tho morning of May 29,
opening klngstou valve sank and those
on board Including survivors from the
Osllsbla i nnd destroyer Boulnul landed
at Urleung Island. It appears that
the Boulnul took aboard Itojestvensky
Ttoman candles, rockets, all styles
. fireworks. New England Bakery,
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
a Trust( Company is pre
pared to act as Manager of
states and property of any
ltlnd during the temporary
or permanent absence of
owners or for persons wish
ing fto rlace the care and1
management of their affairs
Jn capable, trustworthy and
(Continued on page eight)
ATTENTION, GOOD HOUSEWIVES.
At last we have received the much-
talked-of Asbestos table cloth for your
dining table. Arlelgh & Co.
The Kaimukl Zoo has imported new
animals per the S. S. Sonoma. Among
them are a cage of Squirrels, a pair of
Mexican Doves, a pair of Australian
Wallabys, and a fine pair of Emu. This
hot weather is Just the time to take a
trip to the Zoo and .cool off.
Fine Job Printing. Star Office.
A FULL LINE AT I
I PEilRSON X POIIER CO. !
I! Limited i
131 FORT STREET
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(Associated Press Cable to The Star).
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 1. The government at Toklo reports that
most of the subsidiary vessels of Rojestvensky's fleet were destroyed in
the recent battle with Admiral Togo's fleet, the Russian fleet being thug
PORTLAND, Oregon, June 1. President Roosevelt opened the Lewis and
Clarke Exposition today by touching the button at Washington, that get the
machinery of the exposition into motion.
SIX ENTOMBED MINERS DEAD
MONTROSE, Colorado, June 1, The miner who. were- entombed in the Re
clamation Tunnel by a cave-In are Btlll Imprisoned. Six were killed '
PARIS, June 1. Arsene Arnold, who is suspected of being the porson
who attempted to kill King Alfonso of Spain and President of Franco Lou
bet with a bomb yesterday, has been arrested.
KUROKI'S HEADQUARTERS, near Hnrbln, June l.-The Russian force
under General Linevltch, aro actively reconnolterlng.
THE FRENCH PEOPLE, POLITE AND ENTHUSIASTIC, TRYING TO
MAKE AMENDS FOR TIIE INDIGNITY SUFFERED IN THEIR CAP
ITAL YESTERpAY BY ALFONSO OF SPAIN WHEN HIS LIFE WAS
ATTEMPTED BY A SUPPOSED ANARCHIST.
PARIS, June 1. King Alfonso, who with Prosldont Loubet had such a
narrow escape from a bomb yesterday, is given an ovation wherever he
Lost At P
(Associated Press Cable to The Star).
TOKIO, June 1. The marine depurtment has finally announced the loss
of the battleship Yashlma and the protected cruiser Takasago, two gun.
boats and two torpedours during the siege of Port Arthur,
The loss of the battleship Yashlma was announced in a dispatch from
Paris last August or September, as hiving taken place in June or July. It
was denied at the time by the Japanese authopltle, and there was much
controversy over tho matter. But the japnuese government was so careful
and insistent in its denials that these had come to be generally accepted.
The announcement of their loss at this thne shows that Togo went into the
battle in the Straits of Korea with fewer vessels than he had been credited
(Additional Cable on Page Five.)
STOCKS THIS AFTERNOON.
Tho following transactions were re
ported at the afternoon session of the
stock exchange. On board SO MeBryde
Fifteen Ewa shares for sale, market, at 5,7.80. Between boards 10 Klhel at
price. Apply this ofllce.
To sell during June, excellent sec
ond-hand pianos, very -heap, even by
Itiuf n Itiianl u U i i 1 . .. W
new uiies, jiin Aimer street, jainea
Ill; 20 MeBryde at 7:76; 150 Honokaa at
$18; 0 Olaa at 6.
One llrst-alass fiulUr; almost new,
Will be sold aheap. Apply earner Uni-
on and Hotel atrt jl urooary stora.
LAWTON SAILED rIII MORNING.
The Naval transport Luwton sailed
this morning for Guam and Cavjt.
Her olllcer and imsengers were a Jolly
lot of fellows and fjisy wore the re
cipients of much (UtanMon dHriiur the
stay of the ywej in lloiielulu,
Hid It And
ANH2D ATIVK WOMAN WHO IJURIED THE SAVINGS OF A LONG
LIFE SOMEWHERE NEAR DISIOND HEAD AND HAS FORGOTTEN"
SSL2THIiY W1IB"K "K mD IT-ANXIOUS SEARCH IS BKINS
MADE FOR THE VALUABLE TREASURE.
Burled somewhere about, immediate
ly across the road from the Campbell
cottage at Diamond Head is a pot of
money, no mean little pot with a few
dollars, but a good sized Jar in which
are gold coins by the handful! and the
oivner does not know Just where It Isl
Mrs. Maktthlki is the rightful owner
of the money and she alone knew
where she burled It, nut she is an axed
native woman, nearly ninety years
have pawed over her whitened head,
and her memory as to the- place that
she put her property for safe-keenlmf
has none completely. Ever since Vt
w decided to widen the IDamond
Head road she and others under her di
rection have been hunting about the
premises for the hidden treasure but
o far without results. The property
Juts out into the road Just beyond the
Campbell property and an Irregular tri
angle will be cut from Jlie- frontage In
order to do away wklth the awkwarl
turn In the road. The trees In the
front of the lot have already been feil
od and the treasure weaker are gattJns
anxkius lest the Public Works employ
es eome along before the money lac
found and locate it during their opera
Mrs. Makahlki ha been a retainer of:
the Campbell family for much more
than a score of years and has lived at
the Diamond Head place ever since lb
eUUe waa bought. The lot which she
Is now searching over is her own prop
erty, nnd she also has other real estatu
Being of a saving nature she had little
occasion to apend muoh of the money
that came to her in the course of her
king life. She knew nothing of banks,
of course, and to her mind the only
proper way to save money was to hldd
Some two years ago the old lady fall
CContlnued on page five)
WANTS TO KNOW IF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IS SUjPPC-RT-INO
ANTI-ADMINISTRATION CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES-SAYS
THAT TIIE NEXT MOVE IS UP TO TIIE PARTY
AND THE VOTERS.
Governor Carter this morning ox- that It was un to tim Tiniii.ti
pressed in an interview with a Star to make known lt nnum.in
representative, his view of the posl- "What I would like to know" aald
tlon of the Republican iwrty and the the governor. "Is whether the Repub
candldacy of A. M. Brown for sheriff llcan nartv In llnn i ,,..m
of Oahu. The governor emphatically antl-admlnlstrutlon candidates for of
deniod the atatement that the noxt flee. The uostlon is one of concern to
move wa for the "robln's-egg-blue
chamber," as It Iibb been put, and snid
CContlnued on page five)
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Automobiles can be nlrca day or night
J. M. Levy & Co., received from the at Club Stables, Fort Street.
Coast per the 8. S. Alainoda a large .e
consignment of fresh fruit nnd veg-i- IN THE SWIM
tables. Also line frozen oysters and nothing suit are the 'feature at'
the best creamery butter. Telonhona Rani,. ,! u-ir ... ,
ODDS AND ENDS.
Good Typewriter Paper at less thai,
cost. Regular 1.5" and 1.25 values go
ing at 90 cts. box. Call early before Its
all sold. Wall, Nichols Co.
cnihlren will be catered for. If you
would learn how to swim Sachs' watjr
wings will toach you quickly.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA
AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY
This remedy Is everywhere acknow
ledged to be the most successful medi
cine in use for Bowel Complaints. It
always cures, and cures (illicitly. It
can be depended upon even in the most'
severe and dangorous cases. Cures
griping, nil kinds of diarrhoea, and at
the first unusual looseness of the bowels
should be taken. For sale by all deal
ers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents for
Star Want Ads pay 25 cents.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
M$ NO SUBSTITUTE
BUY A NEW HEAD.
Tills Is impossible, but If you 'have
one that acheH It Is possible to cure It
with Head-Ease powders. They are
safe, pleasant, effective. At Hobron's.
Here's tfie Very Latest
Ladles' Kid Blucherette .Large Eye
lets, Silk Laces, Flexible turn .Sole, 1V4
Inch Cuban Heel, Patent Tip. Newest
We offer In this shoe more value than
we have ever been able to offer at the
It is the very latest In style, will cIvb
comfortable and serviceable wear and
conrorms to the natural lines of the
Every sire and width In stock.
,1061 FORT STREUT
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