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7 New Goods ! New Goods I! 1 Our Ready-to-wear Awarel lKpurtmcm command atten tion this week nnd we wmiM direti to ymtr careful eotmiilcra ilon our itork of KttDlNGOTE COSTUMES Wliich ure ticittg M tmwh talked nfooiu at (iratCiH. Wt have just received a few Mmple ittfU of (his faihlmiftlila vvr awl thoy are well worth your attention. They are tnatlo of wuh abls material in white linen, cream canvas, voiles and linen color materials. NHW WH1TK LAWN SHIRT WAIST SUITS, trimmed, with new style embroidery and with latest out skirt, $4.M. VMllY STYLISH WHlTIfi I.AWN sinitT Waist suits waist and skirt elaborately trim med' with newest embroidery IC.DO. WHITE SILK SIIIItT WAIST SUITS made of washable silks, strictly tailored and quite "the thing... And upwards $18.50. A' few very handsome PATTERN SUITS in exclusive styles; white organdy, elaborately trimmed; also in silk. Very chic and high-class. Must be seen to be appreciated. Our new Walking skirt, of era- Lndles' Khaki Divided Rld- vetted material, tailor made and Iiik Skirts. A few Samples on wonderfully cheap, $3.75. Snle. L f . M M GOODS COUNT! OFFICE HAWAII, MAUI AND KAUAI ASPIR ANTS WHO AKE REGULARLY BE FORE THE ELECTORATE NOW. be no flght for Kauai's county offices as there Is only one name submitted for each place and In several of the dis tricts there are single nominees who will have walks-over. Those who have been officially nomin ated, have paid their fees of $25 and are eligible to go before the voters are ns The entries for County honors for the counties of Hawaii, Maul nnd Kauai, which- closed last evening with the Se cretary of the Territory, Just lack four of reaching the century mark. As will be seen from the appended list there will be contests In nearly every district in Hawaii and Maul but Kauai will take things pretty coolly. There will follows: COUNTY OF HAWAII. Sheriff J. C. Searle, W. M. Keolanul. I Countyq Attorney W. S. Wise, C. Williams. County Clerk S. K. Pua, W. E. Ed "lnonds. Treasurer R. A.' Lyman Sr., T. K. Lalakoa. Auditor J. H. Wise, C. K. Maguire. District of North Kohala: Deputy Sheriff C. K. Kunane, C. H. . Fulaa, C. K. Stlllman. District of South Kohala: Deputy Sheriff J. W. Kawal, W. M. S. Lindsay. Supervisors North and South Kohala John A'tcherley, W. Messeberg, J. F. Woods. - District of North Kona: Deputy Sheriff J. K. Nahale, J. W. Kelllkoa. District or South Kona: Deputy Sheriff David R. Baker, 0. M. Kekuewa. Supervisors, North and South Kona W. N. Kalaiwaa, G. P. Kamanoha. District of Kau: Deputy Sheriff J. K. Kekaula, W. H. Hayselden. Supervisor O. T. Shlpman, G. ,C. Hewitt. District of Puna: Deputy Sheriff S. H. Haaheo, J. H. K. Kalwi. "( Supervisor D. K. Makuakane. District' of South Hilo: Deputy' Sheriff W. A. Fetter." District" of North Hilo: Deputy Sheriff James Mattoon, W. Laeha. Supervisors, North and South Hilo John T. Molr, Eugene H, Lyman, John T. Baker, S. L. Desha. District of Hamakua: Deputy Sheriff W. J. Rickard, J, Ke lilpuleqle. Supervisor Antone Fernandez, R. H. Makekau, Edwin Thomas. ' . COUNTY OF MAUI. SherJff-W. E. Saffrey, J. W. Kalua, T. B. 'Lyons, County Attorney D. H. Case, J. M. Vivas. County Clerk W. F. Kaae, G. H. Cummlngs. Treasurer L. M. Baldwin, Clement Crowell. Auditor D. H. Kahaulello, Charles Wilcox. District of Lahalna: Deputy Sheriff C. R. Lindsay, W. White. Supervisor W. Hemming, C. , B. Cockett. District of Wailuku: Deputy Sheriff Sam Kelllnol, Thomas Clark. Supervisor W. H. Cornwell, H. P. Baldwin. District of Makawao: Deputy Sheriff Edgar Norton, W, E. K. Malkai. Supervisor T. M, Church. District of Hana: Deputy Sheriff F, WIttrock, J. H. S. Kaleo. Supervisor J. K, Hanuna, J, Halua Ianl. District of Molokal: Deputy Sheriff-. II. Malioe, E. K. Devauchelle, F. W. Beokley. I, Supervisor T. T. Meyer, J, N, Wnhl- nul, O. Toellefsen. COUNTY OF KAUAI. Sheriff W. II. Ttlco. County Attorney J. D. Wlllard. County Clerk O. Omstead. NOMINATED W1HTJ6 L;tNliN SIllltT WAIST SUITS, atrietly tailor made, button trimmed and very natty, J6.S0. LAD1H8 'FANCY C0LQRI5D SILK SHIIIT WAIST SUITS, In all the atylleh ahadea and newest designs of silk. And up wards f 15.00. CO. LID., Cor Fort and Beretania Sts Treasurer A, H, Rice, Auditor E. Omstead. District of Walmea: Deputy Sheriff W. O. Crowell. Supervisor T. Brandt. District of Koloa: Deputy Sheriff H. Blake, J. F. Hlpa. W. A. Mlkaele. Supervisor W. D. McBry.de. District of Lihue: Deputy Sheriff S. K. Kaeo. Supervisor H. D. Wlshnrd. District of Kawathaut Deputy Sheriff C. K. .Haae, S. W. Meheula. .Supervisor R. Puuk'l, 'Wilbur Jarvis. District of Hanalel:" Deputy Sheriff S, Kqhewanul, J. K. Lota. Supervisor C. H. Willis, D. Kanealil DAILY STOCK REPORT Stock. . Bid. Asked Ewa 27.25 Haw. Agr. Co 93.00 Hawaiian Com 80.00 Hawaiian Sugar 34.25 Honomu 150.00 Honokaa 17.50 27.50 I S5.00 35.00 162.50 Kahuku Klhel 10.50 Klpahulu .' '.. Koloa 150 Ookala 7.25 . Oahu Sugar Co Onomea 35.00 Oakala ". ' 7. '50 , Olaa (.. ...... Olowalu : 75,00 5.50 100.00 Pacific 250.00 Pala 175.00 Pe'peekeo 162.50 Pioneer ; iss.uu . . Waialua Agrl 58.00 C0.0J Walmanalo Sugar Co. .. 150.00 Wilder S. S. Co 145.00 Hawaiian Electric 107.50 Hon. R. T. Co. pfd 99.75 101.00 Hon. R. T. Co. com 67. Mutual Telephone 9.00 9.25 Oahu R. & L. Co 74.00 76.50 Fire Claims 4s 100.00 100.50 Cal. & Haw. Sugar Rf .'. 100.25 Hawaiian Com. 5s 101.00 Ewa Plan. Co. 6s 100.00 Hawaiian Sugar 6s 102.00 Hon. R. T. & L, Co. 6s... 105.00 Kahuku 6s 100.00 Oahu R & L. Co 6s 104.00 Oahu Sugar 6s 101.50 Olaa Sugar Co. 6s 98.00 Pala 6s 102.50 Pioneer 6s 102.75 Waialua Agri. 6s 101.25 101.75 District Judge C. S. Dole this morn ing gave a decision In the two "speed limit" cases of the Territory against the Rapid Transit Company. In both cases he held that the company had exceeded tho legal limit of speed, and Imposed a fine of SJ00 and costs. The n atter has since been disposed of by a regulation by Superintendent Hollo way and" the Governor-allowing extra fjiepj. KILAUEA ACTIVE. The following message was received yesterday from L, A. Andrews at the Volcano House: "Halemaumau Is 'In a fine state of activity. The lake is about a quarte" of a mile wide with seven active spots around the edge at nearly equal dls. tances apart, with an occasional break Jn (h center. Two clones, are flowing." PECIC PROPERTY SOLD. A report of sale of property of the estate Of E)y Peck has been filed by the administrators,. Philip and Solomon Peck, with a petition for approval of the sale, It shows that 100 shares of the stock of the Hustace-Peck Com pany, of the par value of $100 were eold for $6,600 and real estate on Vineyard street, between Emma and Miller, con taining twelve cottages, sold for $20, O0Q. The property was sold at auction by FlBher, Abies and company and the buyer In both cases was S, S. Peck. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. TJhe bark Andrew Welch nrrlvbd yesterday afternoon 11 days from San Francisco. She came down very .light and will begin to load sugar at 'once for her return passengers. trip. She brought no Sllss Lorulne Andrews, who has been attending the Berkeley High' School arrived at Hilo on the Enterprise for a visit with her father. Al TRANSIT CARTER'S POSH (Continued from page otic. I In- mlnilliMnillriii, fin l i of , lltitmrlniK Ihnl the administration should hnvr m rtfttcr men who arc In ro.inrHon with II, rather than own who are laying; far it with a Vnlfa- and constant lr a eonrce of friction In the management of public affair. "Mr. llrowtt'a nwltlonla an endorse ment, and at the mtm Htna not an n doraement,' of the administration. If the Republican jmrty here wants to aupiwrt a man who la not a aupportw or we administration, i am iiitereeted In-' knowing ft. It la not up to me to make any move. It Is up to the vot ers of the, wHy. I have been informed that the ' nomination of Mr. Ilrown would not have been uoMtble had it been understood In the convention that he Was to run as an antl-admlnls-tratlon candidate, but no such state ment was made to the convention. Since the nomination Mr. Ilrown ha come out with a statement that he Is an antl-ojdminlstration candidate, and as I have said, I am interested to know whether the Republican party, In return for the support which the ad ministration has always given It, Is go- Ing to , support a candidate who la against It. "It 1b necessary for the success Of the administration, not for me, but for the good of the Territory, that the administration be surrounded by men with whom It can work harmoniously and in whom It has confidence. I do not see how a man can claim to be a Republican and at the some time anti administration, but that Is the iosi tipn taken, It is not up to the 'robin's-egg-blue chamber' to make a move. It is up to the Republican party to say whether it is opposing the anti-admln- lstratlon or not. I have taken no part In the county campaign and have tried to keep government employes out I have supported the Republican party, however, and wait to know either It Is antl-adnilnlstration or not. It is up to the voters, and I would like to see a show-down." The -governors' remarks might be construed as a threat that if the Re publican organization wanted a fight with the, administration, It could have It. He did. not say so, but did say that ,he "wanted to know" about the attl- tude of the party towards a candidate who fiad defilared himself against the administration. The governor said he was surprised to see Brown's lntimn. Hon that his differences with the gov ernor were personal. Carter sajd that his personal relations with Brown had most cordial, but that he had no confi dence In him as an official. "If he Is made the sheriff of Oahu," said the governor, "I shall not be able to have any confidence In him ns such. But nersonallv we have had no difference 18.75 at alI... jij'0() It Is apparently up to the Republican '0 00 ornnlzatlon to decide what to d " ' , about the apparent split. If the organ "''I' ! Izatlon supports Brown as long as Im no' nn takes the character of an nntl-ndmln-38 00 ' lstratlon candidate. It is not unlikely . to find Itselg without the support ot tile governor and the administration. This might mean the cutting off at one blow of all the powers which the party committees have assumed in the mat- ter of influencing appointments, and itlAIn .1,1 1, 1.nlll ,1 V. I Lilt:..: ..Liu... iir- ..in. i:ii,injiiji: i . iiiuunB luc i.iiuiiui uiBiunscra who have an eye to he Jobs. And the party would lose a tremendous source of strength. . BUILDING A SEAWALL. Work on a new seawall at the Naval slip No. 2 was commenced this morn- mg- , mwjy j-uwuiiii xu hAUAi, The schooner Luka returned this morning fronTWalllhu where she took a load of explosives. the mainland. KILLED IN HIS CONNING TOWER ADMIRAL VOELKERSAM. WHO WAS IN COMMAND OF ONE SQUAD RON OF ROJESTVENSKY'S FLfiET, .WAS KILLED IN THE CON NING TOWER OF THE OSLABYA DURING THE RECENT BATTLE WITH THE JAPANESE UNDER ADMIRAL TOGO. (Associated Preis TOKIO, June 1. Admiral Voelkerjam, who was in squadron of Rojeatvensky's fleet, was killed during the nlng tower of the Oslabya. TEN THOUSAND- TOKIO June I-alt is estimated that at least 10,000 Russians perished in the two days battle In which the Russian fleet wan destroyed. ROJESTVENSKY'S INJURIES SLIGHT. TOKIO, June 1. It has been ascertained that the fracture of Admlni Rojestvensky's skull Is a slight one. ; . o . LIMPS INTO VLADIVOSTOK) VLADIVOSTOK, June I. The protected cruiser Izumrud, which escaped tho Japanese fleet In the boftle In the Straits of Koroa, has arrived here. o MANY RUSSIAN PRISONERS, NAGASAKI, Juhe J.'-Thlrty-elght fleet have been landed, . AN AMERICAN CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico, Juno 1. Consul at this place Is dead. Ho was from Louisiana, August 11, 1897. SHOCKING TRAIN DAYTON, O., June l. Atraln struck nn oil wagon here today sonttorlng the oil. The engineer and fireman of the train were burned to death. IS NOT ANTAGONISTIC BATH THAT HK PHOPOHKH l KMBCTWD COVNTT MBRIFT TO AMIfT THM ADMINISTRATION. Amicable relation have bn rwrtarad In tlw Republican cnuntjr rank antt th prospects are that the force will work 1 nrmonloualy in future. The Atlmlnle-tt-ation forces have had their jirojioeals met by A. M. Ilrown and as they nay they are satisfied nnd as he nays he retains the right to retain his opinion of the governor, everybody Is pleased. In fact the position taken by Ilrown has satisfied the conservative and busi ness elements of the community and the funds for the campaign, which It was claimed were not forthcoming un less everybody had climbed Into the administration band wagon, will short ly be produced, A. M. Ilrown, IS. R. Adams and John Waterhouse are even now at work securing funds, "The position which I have taken in this county campaign," said A. M. Brown this morning "ought to be per fectly clear to everybody. The police department of the county Is a very Im portant part of the administration and under no' circumstances do I wish It to be thought that if elected I would direct the nffalrs of that department In any manner antagonistic and detrimental to the general efficiency of the entire Re publican administration. The broad policy that I propose to pursue, If elect ed, Is one of harmony and not anta. gonlsm. It 1 to the Interests of the business community and the community In general, to assure themselves . that the police department will be efficiently conducted. One branch of the admlnis Hon working in nn antagonistic way to the other parts of the system of government could cause much harm to the entire system. It Is not therefore my purpose or desire to' Involve the ad ministration In any discord. "In regard to my feeling toward the Governor I will say that I have the right to retain my private opinion of him and his acts. But my private opi nions are matters which In no way would I permit to Interfere with the duty which I as a loyal Republican consider that I owe to the Republican party." AFTER RECORD LOAD OF ENTERPRISE ARRIVED THIS MORNING TO LOAD OVER 2,000 TONS OF REFINED SUGAR. The S. S. Enterprise arrived this morning) from San Francisco via Hilo, She left, San Francisco May 19 and had an uneventful, trip to Hilo. She got away from Hilo last evening after loading some sugar for San Francisco. i The vessel brought a number of pas i m TTil. . . . , i i HHiii'Km . i,.,i ruin r, rniu Tii.r-r iitiiiiiiu IT. . :-v'V " imem ueiug jurs. jjesna, me wue 01 me postmaster at Hilo, Mrs. Guard, the wife of the Hilo agent of the Matson d, s Company was an arriving passen- luer, as was S. Kennedy, a Son ot J. . ! Kennedy of the Inter-Island Company. .Young Kennedy came from San Fran Cisco with the vessel. The Enterprise Is To take the largeft cargo of refined sugar that has evir left we islands. She will load a llttla over 2,000 .tons for San Francisco. The vessel will got away about June 6 for Cable o The Star). command of one battle In ihfi con- BROWN REFINED SUGAR USSIAN KILLED hundred prisoners from the. "Jtusslari o . " ' CONSUL DEAD, Charles W. Klndrljric, United States born In Tennessee, and was appointed DISASTER. AUSTRALIA IS IN BAD SHAPE On V Kit N MENT 1 HAD AM. Inh eoNTlNVIKO MCARrHH. DHnt'TH THRBATBK to kill CATTLK. "There fe aoMMthlnt radically wtong with tha eofHUthm ot affaire In Ana tralla." aM Tttomatf Dunn of Van couver, ttrUlnh Columbia thlc morning. "I have baen on a vleH there for ettme month and while of courae, no con dition 1 so bail that It can be called hoiteleee, nomathlng apprtahlnff a miracle will be neceaear)' to bring Aa tralla to a aatlafactory state within any reasonable time." Mr. Dunn who la a Scotch-Canadian for many years Interested in the whl sale hat ware buaineas took a trip tt Australia for the puipoee of seeing If there was any particular chance of picking up good things In the mining way. "I made as complete an investigation as I could and incidentally invested In some mining properties but the mining laws are about as bad as could be imagined and It is a gamble all the time as to what Is going to happen. "Australia has at present two cursea which can hardly be understood by people who have visited only such places as Melbourne and Sydney, for Instance. It Is cursed with a bad system of government and w(fh an awful drouth. I am not an opponent of unionism, as such, but Australia seems hopelessly in the hands of the labor unions and the result Is destruction to every Interest. The legislatures In the different states sit for lengthened periods and then there Is the Federal parliament In session for a long time. All of the legislators aro paid sums which seem to a stranger to be out of all proportion to their value. "As for the drouth, I can only say that It Is pitiful. I met people who have been In Australia for years, who have raised families there and who had fine homes but who are now utterly dls couraged. A common saying that have heard Is: 'We have the finest country In the world. If we only had a decent government and some rain." There does not seem to be any lm mediate chance of Improvement for the rainfall has been slowly dwindling year b yyear. I came across one run where the owners orlglnolly had 60,000 cattle and at the end ot the sea son had but 300. It was a painful thing In some places to see sheep running about, mere bags of skin and bone hunting for a blade of grass. I sup pose that thp cause of the change In climate will be found some day but meanwhile there is nothing but ruin ahead. "Then ns to governmental matters there does not seem to be much hope of a change. They have women suf frage there and ns a result the average man who Is Interested In politics bus two, or possibly three votes, .counting In wife, sister, or daughttr and (he mauled man, with a real Interest at stake, has practically but one as It Is seldom that the votes of his women folk would be cast' "There Is a continuous exodus from Australia nnd that exodus would be even greater If the people had money enough to get awny." Mr. Dunne Is returning to Canada on the Aorangl which arrived from Syd ney yesterday and sailed for th enorth last night. CAN'T FINO BURIED GOLD (Continued from page one. HI and, thinking that her end was near, she called hef grand-daughter Mrs. Myers, wife of William Myers, who is foreman In the Territorial Stables, and told the young woman where the burled treasure lay. Mrs. Myers found it ns directed and took it to the old lady. There was a bag containing a large number of gold coins, how many Mrs. Myers could not tell, but from the size Indicated there must have been considerable over tl. 000, another bog of silver and a parcel of papers which aro thought to have been the deeds to the IDamond Head and other properties. The old lady took charge of her pioperty and then got better. Shortly Aittcv her complete recovery she announced one day that she had .burled the money In another place where no one could And It. She cer tainly has done so, for no neither she nor anyone elre can find It. All that she remembers Is that she wept out of the back door when she took her precious Jar along to hide It so she thinks that she must have put It some where up towards he slope of Dia mond Head, But Diamond Head is a big place and the explorers are not prepared to il'g all over it. Some of those interested advance the theory that an aged woman who had Just recovered from a severe Illness would hardly have had strength enough to have effectually concealed a big Jar and hazard the view that It may have beon exposed by the rain and quietly annexed by some chance prowler many months ago. BEEF AT TEN CENTS (Continued from page one) business for tho Chinese section a de termined attempt was made to cut off his source of supply nnd Indeed ono whole shipment of cattle consigned to tho Chinese firm was diverted into the Metwipolltan's hands by a larger offer which, In the absence of a written con tract, the grazier was able to accept. In this emergency, Yoo Hop has em ployed Horry Armltngo as his brokor and there now seems no difficulty in WHY WOT HUNT A AFR UMPCmiT mx tr In mad em aieei nlt and feel that yar valu ables are eeuroT PIVB DOLLAR a year pays for one. (JtiU and see ug about It, the Chlneae firm being supplied. Tha cattle are of course all slaughtered un der government Inspection. All I know about the matter Is that Yee Hop baa employed me as his brok er to purchase his cattle for him," said Harry Armltage this morning. "The Metropolitan Comjwny sent to me and. offered to pay 10 cents for all tha beef I could buy but of course I re fused." If the Metropolitan people are paying 10V4 cents a pound for beef to the gra ziers It must be self evident that they are not making a fortune by selling it to pakes nnd other retail customers at 10 cents but meanwhile the consumer profits, a consummation devoutly to be wished. But the flght is not yet over for tho . Metropolitan Meat Company has com cenced suit against Yee Hop & Com pany for the recovery of $3000 whlah It alleges Is due for advance orders for beef. Yee Hop is defending the suit and all the details will doubtless bo aired in court. "The resoan that there has been dif ficulty In getting graziers to sell direct ly to the Chinese butchers has always laid In tho opposition of the Metropoli tan Ment Company" explained one gra zier this morning. "That company, for Its own ends wishes to establish a com plete monopoly here. If a grazier la found to supply a pake with cattle tho Metropolitan simply quits dealing with, him. I would not like to sell to a pake. Even If secrecy wore Imposed the comimny would probably buy the P ike- out and learn where he had been pelting his beef. Then when I came along next time I would find my mar ket gone. Tho Holts are In a different position ol course from the rust of tho graziers nnd can do ns they please. Have I known that the Metropolitan company was selling beef at the mar ket for 10 cents? AVhy of course I have, and for the past three weeks all the mrnt I have used at home has been bought there. There is nothing like taking ndvnntnge of a good thing," HALEIWJ. -" The Halelwa. Hotel, Honolulu's fa mous country resort, on thp line of tha Oohu Rallwuy, contains every modern Improvement and affords Its guests an opportunity to enjoy all amusements golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and salt water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding and driving. Tickets, Including rail way fare and one full days room and board, are sold at the Honolulu Station and Trent & Company for $6. For de parture of trains, consult time table. On Sundays, the Halelwa Limited, a two hour train, leaves nt 8:22 a. m.: returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10 p. m. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SPECIAL NOTICE. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY. In order to close up the affairs of Wilder's Steamship Co., all persons having claims against, or owing bills to this corporation, vre requested to present their claims and settle their bills without delay, at the office of the company, corner Fort and Queen streets. Honolulu. (Signed) S. B. ROSE, . Trousurer. Honolulu, June 1, 1905. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the Mnttor of the Estate of Isaac II. Sherwood, of Honolulu, Oahu, De ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for Administration, On Reading nnd Idling the Petition of David Sherwood of Honolulu, oanu, son of said Intestate, .alleging that Isaac II. Sherwood, of Honolulu, Oahu, died Intestate at Honolulu, Oahu, on the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1901, leaving property In the Hawaiian Isl ands necessary to be administered up on, and praying that Letters of Ad ministration issue to John D. Paris, It Is Ordered that Monday, the 10th day of July, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock i. m., bo and hereby is appointed for hearing said Petition in the Court Room of this Court at Honolulu, Oahu, nt which time ami place all persona concerned may appear and show oauss. If any they have, why said Petition should not be grunted, nnd that notice, o; this order be published In the Eng lish language, onco n week, for threo successive weeks, In tho Hawaiian Star, newspaper In Honolulu. Dated nt Honolulu. Juno 1st, 1905. ALEXANDER LINDSAY. J It,, Second Judgo of the Circuit Court df tho First Circuit. Attest: WM. R. SIMS, Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit. tts-Jum- 1, S, 15, 22.