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f . &. IRW1H & CO., LTD ,
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Jghtt D. Bprecki'ls.. First Vice-President
W. M. Qlffurd . . . .Second Vice-President
III U. Whitney Treasurer
Ktehexd Iver Secretary
A. O. Lovekln Auditor
SUGAR IAQT0KS, COMMISSION AGENTS
Oaeanlc Steamship Co., San Francisco,
"Waalem Sugar Refining Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadel
Kewall Universal Mill Co., Manufac
turers of National Cane Shredder,
New York, N. V.
Paulfle Oil Transportation Co., San
HLART & CO., LTD
' The filltr Ice Creftm Parlors.
Chocolates and Confection
Ice Cream and Water Icea
:I II IDE CITY
tox trains dally through cars, first
second class to all points, Re
t rates take effect soon. Write
S. F. Booth,
No. 1 Montgomery Street,
Quickest, Finest, Best
A Train that Supplies
To St. Louis or Chicago
IN 3 DAYS
from San Francisco.
ALL GOOD ' . TINGS
613 Market Stret,
9AHU RAILWAY AND LASO CD'S
OCTOBER G, 1904.
SVr Walanae, "Valalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., '3:20 p. m.
Vw Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17: 30 a. m., 9:16 a. qa
U:0S a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m
p. m., (9:30 p m., tll:15 p. m.
arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal-
alua am Walanae '8.36 a. in., 5:l
Vrrlye Honolulu from F.wa M1U and
Pearl CHty 17.46 a. m., 8:S8 a, m.,
1:8 a. m., 1:40 p. m., M:31 p. m.,
1:11 p. m., i:S0 m.
The Halelwa Limited, a two hour
train, 1 ives Honolulu very Sunday at
1:22 a. m. returnlns arrives In -Hono
lulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops
nly at Pearl City a Walanae.
Ji.!?HlLEBS NARROWLY ESCAPE GRAND REDUCTION SALE !
iiiiti'i'il " 1 not B'l
inl s mi think J"il
I ' Thru takr a tolilr,
MimMliliiff ' hat xxlll aid "r ulg
id Innld you nit iiulokiy.
Hero I n letter from Mr. It. lhrtbnlomew,
Jr., Mt. Tnrrons, So. Australia, llo Rlminiucli
After a very sevecp attack of rlieumatlo
fever l .s lrlt in a x cry weak roiulitioii. It
was fnareil tint I could nit liowlhly pull
tlirmih. 1 roulil ftet no help from any
iiieiliolne 1 feel "Uie tluit uuleM tlicre li.rl
In i n a cli.injjo JuM at tlut time 1 omltl u
h.ne reenveiril. Hut a frleml of tnliieli.nl
tiKrn Ajer' Saro.ip.inUa ainl knew wliat a
splrmllil t"nle It v.. So In urjreil me to try
It. I cm now truth! ully satliat I felt better
t ei, ittei tlio tirst, done. It deemed to build
me nclit im from the very Btart, and iu a
1. x, n "K iii ! i nvery a- romplote."
Thoro are many iniitatlon Sarsati
lie cure you got "Avcr's.
Promptly correct any tendency to consti
pation or full msness. Ayer's l'llls aro sugar
coated, easy to Ul.e, mild in action.
Pfeparci by Dr. 1. C. Aycr Co., Lowell. Mass., U. S. A.
Castle A'Cooke, Ltd
Or HARTFORD. CONN.
Neat and Handsome
Designs made to order.
CB3 Beretanla Street, near Punchbowl.
TELEPHONE BLUE SSI.
C, BMEf! & CO,, L
HONOLULU, H. T
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sutrnr Company, Honomu Sugar
Company. .alluku Sugar Company,
OoUaln Sugar Plantation Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala
Planters' Line Shipping Company.
Charles Brewer & Co's Lino of Bos
LIST OF OFFICERS.
Charles M. Cooke President
Geo. II. Robertson.. V-Pres. & Mgr.
E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Secy.
F. W. Macfarlane Auditor
P. C. Jones Director
C. II. Coolte Director
J. R. Gait Director
All of the above named constitute
the Board of Director-.
The Iluwallan Government Band will
give a concert this evening at Thomas
Square at 7:30 o'clock. The program
Is as .follows:
March "United Flags" Gabrje!
Overture "Military" Fling
Ballad "The Light of the World'..
Grand Selection "Tosca" Puccini
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. nr. by Barger
Mrs. N. Alapal,
Intermezzo "Monllght" Moret
Wnltz "Golden Shower' Walteufel
Finale "Prince of Pllsen" Luders
"Star Spangled Banner."
FENCING FOREST RESERVE.
Wagon loads of wire fencing and
posts are now making their way ma-
uka every day to be used In fencing oft
the intended Wahiawa forest reserve.
The Garden Island.
, P. DENNISON
fc. C. SMITH,
G, P. A. T. 4.
This Is what the United States Health
Bulletin meant when they recommend
ed Rainier Beer for purity and whole-somoness,
Fine Job Printing, Star Ofllce.
i it. .i i-i
i ,iii i
Jtmr i. I.hm ixcimiK an anatrliUt ihrrvv it bomb at th'
carriage rin(inin Kin ,l(onn nf Spain and President lcmlwt a
thtw tlifrnitarii's were Itav.ng the ofrera. The Iwmb epkltl (ioinf
nu damafre to the occupants, of the carriafre l)t wotimlinfr tohtlcrt of
the ecort anI killing a horn. Manx arrests were made.
"In Case of Sudden Dcalli." is an artie!e reeentlv published which
sliaxvs xxliat the social th iumra x iiiirIu jrain bx tlie tleatli jf .Kiitff Al
fonso. It is as fiiltoxx s
In Spain the ihsappe.ir.nn c "i tin iniKtun xiar ill King from the
FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY
FROfl SATURDAY MAY, 27
HATS, TIES, SHIRTS, SOX, AND
OUR ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE
SOLD AT THE LOWEST
! K. ISOSHIMA
OUR OWN LINE
San Francisco to Chicago
: STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY
Stopping en route at Los Angeles, also "THE PETRIFIED FOR
ESTS" and the "GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA."
i HONOLULU PEOPLE TAKE THE SANTA FE ROUTE DURING THB
COLD WINTER MONTHS. AN IDEAL TRIP ALONG THE OILED ROAD
BEDS ON THE CALIFORNIA LIMITED. TWO TRAINS DIALY.
scene would bring to the throne his little nephew, aged four, the eldest
child of his sister, the late Princess of the Asturias, who died last year
This would make necessary another long regency, and trouble would
certainly ensue concerning the disposal of the latter. For whereas it
might appear natural that the principal guardian of the infant King
should be his father, yet the latter, owing to his foreign birth and to
his being, a member of the most reactionary branch of the Bourbons of
Naples, is so unpopular in Spain that his appointment as regent would
be out of the question, and, if the strict letter of the law and of the
constitution were complied with, the reins of power would be vested in
the hands of the only surviving sister of the present King, the tmmar-
Passenger Agent, W. G. Irwin & Co., Office
Monday, May 29.
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ried, tweiity-two-year-old Infanta Marie Therese. That the present
Spanish dynasty survived the sixteen years of the minority of Don
Alfonso XIII was entirely due to the sagacity of Queen Christina, to
the patriotic forbearance of Cauovas and to the devotion and political
skill of Sagasta. That it would live through another regency of twelve
years is extremely doubtful, indeed well nigh improbable. For Cano
vas and Sagasta are both dead "and Queen Christina would be debarred
by the constitution from resuming her former position at the tiller of
the Spanish ship of state, even were the people willing to confide to
her the task. Menaced by Carlism and even still more by republican
ism, the .growth of which is making enormous strides in the Iberian
Peninsula, the present dynasty would be doomed in the event of the
death of King Alfonso.
CHINESE ATHLETIC CLUB. I ready for business It will be in position
The newly formed Chinese Athletic ; to accept challenges from other clubs
Club is promising well. The member
OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
BY THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM OF
Four Weeks Only
SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS
YBB CHAN, Nuuanu Street, Near King
As we are overstocked and our creditors pushing us for money we will
sacrifice our entire stock at 50 cents on the dollar.
Don't Lose This Opportunity to Get a. Bargain.
Men's Felt Fedora' Hats.
Shirts former price $ 50.
" " "'- 1,00.
" " 1.50.
" " 1.00.
" " 1.50.
" " 2,00.
" " 2.50.
, now $ .25
Men's and Boys' Straw Hats also for 50o on the dollar.
Men's Coats,.. x-ere $3.00. .now $1.50 Men's Coats x-ere $4.00. .noxv $2.00
Men's Suits...'. ....xvere 12.00. .noxv COO Men's Suits xx-ere 14.00.'. now 7.00
Boys Suits xx-cre 3.00. .now 1.50 Boys' Sulti xvere 3.50. .now 1.75
Men's Broxx-n Linen Pants former price $1.25. ...now 60c.
Men's Shoes, were $2 noxx' $1; Men's Shoes x-ere $2.50 noxx- $1,25; Men's Shoes
were $3 noxv $1.50.
Cotton Blankets 10x4, former price $1.25 noxv 60c pair.
W,hlte Bleached 3C-in. Cotton Goods 16 yards for $1.00
White Bleached 3G-ln.Cotton Goods 13 yards for $1.00.
Broxvn Cotton Goods, 3G-ln. wide 16 yards for $1.00.
Figured Lawn . 25 yards for $1.00.
All other goods in our store, such as Ladles' and Children's Shoes, Dry
Goods, Ladles' and Men's Hosiery, will be sold at 50 CENTS ON THE DOL
ship Is now over seventy and Is rapidly ,
Increasing. All the members are ,
young Chinese who have been educated I
In the city schools and many are athle- i
tes of standing. The following have 1
been elected oulcers'of the club: Presl-
i of the city and to join In the regular
season of sjiorts.
The ejectment case of Dowsett Com
pany, Ltd., vs. Mnlle Kanuku, the trial
of which heean on May 21. xvent to the
dent, Philip Wong; vice-president, H. ijury about 4 p. m. yesterday. Henry
T. Chnn; secretary, K. F. Yap; trens- Hosrnn closed for defendant and S. M.
urer, P. En Fee; manager John Lo; Bnllou for plaintiff. At 9:45 the Jury
auditor, Kim I'-ook; temporary captain , announced that they could not possibly
of tlie baseball team, Charles En Sue. , Agree, standing 8 to 4, and Judge Llnd
When the club is fully organized and ' Say dlsoharged them,
1003-1009-1013 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KING STREET.
J LI I, LI E GEAR WAS
While on his recent visit to the coast
Judge George D. Gear xx'as visiting
some -friends near Mountain View. Late
In the afternoon he xx-as driven up to
Mountain Viexv station to take the 7
o'clock train for San Francisco. It
was a warm evening, the horses lagged
and he missed the train, the last San
Francisco bound train stopping at
Mountain Viexv that night.
As the Judge had an Important en
gagement In San Francisco ear,ly the
nexfduy he seemed xvorrled until he
learned that there xvas a San Francisco
express which patted Mountain View
at 9 o'clock. Then he smiled.
Going to the telegraph ofllce he di
rected a telegram to the superintendent
of the road in San Francisco, and sent
the folloxvlng message: "Will you stop
the 9 o'clock express at Mountain Viexv
tonight for a large party for San Fran
The answer came back: "Yes, Will
stop train." ,
Judge' Gear read the message and
smiled. When the train pulled in Gear
quietly started to board It, when the
conductor said: "Where Is that large
party xvo xvere to stop for?"
"I am the large party," replied the
Judge, and he boarded the train.
, Following is tlie commencement pro
gram at the Kamehameha Schools:
Friday, June 2, 2:3(7 p. m. Glasa Day,
The School for Boys, Preparatory De
partment. , Sunday, June 4, 11 a. in. Farewell
Sermon, Tin Bishop Memorial Chapel,
i Monday, June 2, 8 p. m. Commence
.ment Exercises, School for Girls, Bish
op Memorial Chapel.
I Tuesday, June 6, 8 p,'m. Commence
'ment Exercises, School for Boys, Bish
op Memorial Chapel.
I Wednesday, June 7, 8 p. m. Alumni
Reunion and Dinner,' The School for
Boys (by card).
Fine Job Printing Star Office.
The 'Sultan' of Turkey would chuckle
to see the Czar dunned for an Indem
nity. Washington Star.
The thoughtful Automoblllst always
provides a generous supply of s'and
xviches and i ainler Beer for his guests,
when starting on a trip. These tend to
relieve what otherwise might he a tedi
ous wait xvhlle the ohaffeur makes re
Want ads in the Star bring quick re
sults. Throe lines hree times for 25
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