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- m OIIPHRIM THJBATRJl ,; .'. IV iM.;, Mm. ,RI r. ' Finish I p nf tht l'.ic flc THE ELLEFORD CO PRIMKNTINO AN ENTIRELY NKW nispanToiiiK of high-class PRODUCTIONS. The strongest company ever brought to Honolulu by thla popular manager. VISDNHSDAY AND THUItSDAY MAY 318T AND JUNK 1ST. "The Lion's Hcnrt" FIUDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE) 2ND AND 3IID. n "Streets of Xew York" SATURDAY MATINEK, "Jack nnd the lleiin Stalk" Including "Happy Hooligan" Matinees, 25c. for reserved seats. Pi Ices: 75c, 50c. ana 2Go. Is at hand again and the smell ot turps wrestles for supremacy with the subtle odor of eggs and bacon In the happy home. We keep In stock the largest and best supply of materials for paint mixing In town. If howe,ver you prefer to buy your paint ready made, we keep "W. P. FULLER & CO'S. PURE PREPARED PAINT always in stock, which Is the best paint made. LEWS & COOKE, LTD, 177 S. KING STREET WING WO TAI & CO. Have received a large line of em. broldered grass linen shirt waists. JMi, OHTA, Contractor and Builder Bouse Painiar Kewalo, Sheridan Street, near Kla. Honolulu H. L Telephone Wfclt 601. Lid. OFFICMRB: H. P. Baldwin President J. P. Cooke First Vice-President W. t. Alexander.Second Vice-President . T. Peck Third Vice-President Jj WateThouse Treasurer G. M. Rolph Secretary W. O. Smith Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Herchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar .Company, Haiku Sugar Company, Paia Plantation, Maui Agricultural Company, Kihel Plantation Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahuku Plantation Company, Kahulul Railroad Company, Hulealcala Ranch Company. BEAVER LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & Co H. J. NOLTS, PROP'R. First-Class Lunches served with tea. coffee, soda tfater, ginger ale or milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. THE 115 S, King Street Telephone Main 61 K. UYEDA ' 102S Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, T, H. Between King and Hotel Street. Straw Hat Manufactory. Any Btyle of Straw Hat made to order. Panama and Felt Hat Cleaned. Paint Ti me Walt ham I fcv I i m m k di WW Maltam FOREIGN NEWS BY GABLE KUROKrS ARMY TAKES NEWS QUIETLY. . KUROKI'S HEADQUARTERS, June i. The soldiers received the news of the naval victory quietly. THE EMPEROR'S THANKS. TOKIO, June I. The Emperor lias issued a rescript thanking Ad miral Togo and the Navy for their brilliant achievements. ANOTHER REFUGEE. i VLADIVOSTOK, June I The destroyer Torosiahtz, escaped from the naval disaster, hns,arrived here. THEATRICAL TRUST IN TROUBLE. NEW YORK, June I. Twenty-four theatrical managers, members of the trust, have been held for trial on charges of conspiracy. , MORTON'S "nEW JOB. WASHINGTON, June i. Paul has become president of the New 950,000 per annum. KILLED BY MONTROSE, Colo., June 1. a cave-in at Reclamation tunnel. WILLCELEBRATETBGO'SVICTDRT Japanese Will Hold a National Evening Tiie Japanese of Honolulu are not going to allow the great victory of Admiral -Togo over the Russians to pass without proper celebra tion. Tomorrow evening has been set apart for the celebration and from 7:30 on, Aala Park will be the scene of great gaiety. A meeting was held yesterday at the Japanese theatre when there were present representatives from the Japanese Merchants' Associa tion, Japanese Veterans' Association, Japanese Hotel Keepers' As sociation, Young Men's Buddhist Association and the Japanese labor organizations, and the decision was reached to have the celebration come off on Friday, which would give the people two whole days in which to prepare. The celebration will be in general charge of Manager Kishi of the Yokohama Specie Bank and Japanese Consul-Gcneral Miki Saito will deliver an address. There will also be speeches by the representatives of the different Japanese organizations. Fireworks will form one of the principal features of the evening. There will be geisha dances by troupes of young Japanese girls, sword dances, wrestling bouts and broadsword exercises. The Hawaiian Band will be present. ' Every Japanese attending is expected to carry a Japanese lantern, or as many as he or she wishes to display, and there will be many floats expressive of Togo's great victory. watches watches express THE HIGHEST STAGE OF THE WATCHMAKER'S ART. TWELVE MILLION WALTHAM WATCHES NOW IN USE. ALL GUARANTEED BY AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY, WALTHAM, MASS., U.S.A. J Morton, late Secretary of the Navy; York Subway system at a salary of A CAVE-IN. Five were killed and two injured by ' 0 I Fete at Next. Aala Park on Fridav Brush On AOULUTERANTS ' AND PO SONS root) V'OMMlKBluNEH DUNCAN FIND MUCH INFHRIOK MILK AND 1'ATMXT FOODS. KmKl Commlaaloner Duncan's rwrt for the month of April wai preaantatt toj th? Hoard of Hetilth yesterday after noon. Anion; the namplea of milk ex amined were wrnie wlilcli had come from Maknwell, KruhI ami which were found to contain eorrowlve sublimate, a deadly poison. Dr. Duncan reported that a number of Jnpanehe who had taken the milk hud become violently 111. vomiting having saved their lives. The police of KruhI are trying to find out how the poison wos Introduced, but are without any clew. The commlssloiur reporUd that dur ing the month he lmd examined 73 sam ples of milk and found nine of them be low standard. The delinquent purvey ors of milk were n Jap for George Holt, M. Abreu, Sr.. .1. Richards, Taichew. M Duarte, F. Perrelrn. driver for A. Tava- rea and an unnamed person connected with a sample pent to the office by a private party. Perrelra pleaded guilty In the District Court to selling adul terated milk and was fined $10 and costs. The three following samples of foods were found adulterated: - Army & Navy Brand. California Ex tracted Honey. Hans Brothers, San Francisco, California. Sample from Lewis & Co., Adulterated with glucose. S. & W. Brand. Strictly Pure Cali fornia Honey. Packed, by Sussman, Wormser & Co., San Francisco. Sam ple from C. Q. Vee Hop & Co., Adul terated with glucose. Eagle Brand, California -Extracted Honey. Eagle Honey Co., San Fran cisco, California. Sample from H. May & Co. Adulterated with glucose. Food condemned: One lot of 8 pack ages mustard; one lot of 12 packages pepper; one lot of 1 case sausage; one lot of 13 cans Jam. The report concludes as follows: "The results of the analyses of a number of samples of maple syrup are withheld for a later report, as evidence of adulteration cannot be obtained by chemical means. There Is a physical method of examining these products, but the laboratory Is not equipped with the proper npparatus for Its work. I thought It best to delay my report on these samples until a definite report as to their purity cun be made. "If It meets with your approval, I de sire to delay the filing of my monthly report Rjr about thirty days. This time will give an opportunity for cor respondence with manufacturers of adulterated foods. I have found it more satisfactory to deal direct wltlt manufacturers, when their names can be secured, than with our local dealers. "The first w,eok of this month was spnt on Maul, where I gave testimony In the case of Territory vs. Scott, sell ing adulterated liquor. This liquor was the one referred to in my last report as being grossly adulterated. The Jury ac quitted the defendant of the charge of selling adulterated liquor." TENNIS MIXED DOUBLES. Following were the results of the mixed doubles played on the Paclilc courts yesterday: Mrs. S. G. Wilder and C. H. Cooke, won. from Mrs,C. A. Elston and H. C. Carter, 6-4, 6-3. Miss 'Young and W. P. Roth won from Mr. and Mrs. John Waterhouse, C-3-, 6-4. This afternoon at 4:30 o'clock on-the Beretanla courts the following matches will be played: Miss Nina Adams and E. R. Adams will play against Mrs. A. M. Brown and F. C. Atherton, and at 5 o'clock Mrs. S. G. Wilder and C. II. Cooke will play against Miss Young and W. P. Roth. Yaln m BOARD OP HEALTH COMMITTEES PH EM DENT PINKHAM MAKES NHW LISTS TO INCLUDE DRfl. WATSON AXD JUDD. New tamllngr cotntnlltea of tha Hoard of Health wart announcait by President 1'lnKham at , yesterday's meeting, as follows: On Kallhl Receiving Station Drs. J. T. Wayson, M. P. Robinson. On ICaploIanI Girl's Home'Dr. James It. Ju'dd, F. C. Smith. On Insane Asylum Dr. Judd, Smith, Robinson, Dr. Wayson, Dr. C. A. Peter son (ex olllclo.) On Molokal Whole Hoard. On Government Dispensary Dr. J. R. Judd, Dr. Wayson. On Olllce and Morgue Attorney Gen eral Andrews, A. Fernandez, F. C. Smith. On Kiwalo and Kakaako Dr. Way son, Attorney General , Fernandea. On Petitions Robinson, Dr. Judd, A. Fernandez. On New Regulations Attorney Gen eral, Dr. Wayson, Smith. On Quarantine, Fumigating and Dis infecting Dr. Wayson, Smith, "Dr. J. R. Judd. On Finances and Expenditures F. C. Smith, Attorney General. On Revision of Rules and Regula tions Dr. Wayson, M. P. lyblnson, F. C. Smith, Attorney General." On Government Physicians and Re ports Dr. Wayson, Dr. Judd. On Hospitals Dr. Wayson, F. C. Smith. On Cemeteries Dr. Judd, M. P. Rob inson, A. Fernandez. On Duck and Pig 'Ranches A. Fer nandez, M. P. Robinson, Dr. Judd. The matter of approving a cemetery at Walalae was postponed.' DON'T CHANGE ORGMIC ACT BAR ASSOCIATION TELLS CUPID IT DOES NOT WANT AMEND MENTS. The nnnual meeting of the Hawaiian Bar Association wns held yesterday af ternoon. The election of officers for the coming year resulted as follows: A. G. M. Robertson, president, Judge W. L. Stanley vice president; G. F. Clemons, secretary; Judge W. L. Whit ney, treasurer. A letter was received from Delegate Kuhlo, asking If the association had any suggestions to offer as to amend ments ot the Organic Act. The secre tary was Instructed to send a reply to the effect that the association depre cates any attempts to amend the act. It was decided to hold the annual dinner of tile association on the last Friday In June, the' executive commit tee to make arrangements. PLEA IN BAR. A. M. Brown, by his attorney, J. W. Cathcart has filed a plea In bar to E. G. Ferrelra's action for libel, setting forth that the alleged libelous matter was prlveleged In having been contain ed In an nllldavlt of merits llled as part of defendant's answer In an action brought by plaintiff against him as en dorser of a . promissory note for $524 made by C. F. Chllllngworth. Do not accept the "Just as good," In sist upon trying Rainier Beer. You rvill always order it It never changes. ritar -Vant Ad-, pa, 25 cent BORN. Hi rtNi:,r n Honolulu, ftUr Mk :'"'. t.. ii " Mf- jf !'.' tit D. SWUM 1 1111. 11 Him. I urlty, WholeaomaneM nnd jntVftr ara the principal raqulrementt a. successful bererafft tha Unit KUItAs Government . ppor vouches for At Knit two and tha vardlct of tha wiBiiUr for tha last In Ralnlsr Baar. Fred Butler Recital AT THE Opera House TUESDAY, JUNE C, at 8:1G Box Plan open at Wajl, NIehols Co., Friday, June 2, 1006 at 9 o'clock. HOOKS Gl.OSKIl. WILDER'S S. S. COMPANY. Notice Is hereby given that the stock transfer books of Wilder's Steamship Co., will be closed from and Including the 1st day of Juno, 1905, to and Includ ing the 30th day ot June, 190S, By order of the Board ot Directors. (Signed)' S. B. ROSE, Secretary. Honolulu, T. H., May 31, 1903. Notice to Creditors. The undersigned having been duly appointed the Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Mrs. Flora Levey, late of Honolulu, Island of Oa hu, Territory of Hawaii, deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persona to present their claims against the Es tate of said Mrs. Flora Levey, deceased, duly authenticated, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, to Uie under signed In Honolulu, Oahu aforesaid, within six months from the date here of, or they will be forever barred. And all persons Indebted to said es tate are hereby requested to make Im mediate payment to the undersigned. Dated, Honolulu, May 4th, 1903. EVA HAMMER, Executrix of the Last Will and Testa ment of Mrs. Flora Levey. CIS May 4, 11, IS, 25, Juno 1. j NOTICE. NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS EWA! PLANTATION COMPANY. In accordance with the terms under which Its bonds were Issued, the Ewa Plantation Co. will pay, with accrued Interest, on July 1st, 1905, One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) ol Ita bonds, this completing the redemption of the entire Issue of $500,000 Issued un der dnte of January 1st, 1900. The.num bers of the bonds to be paid are as fol lows: 7 114 1&7 274 401 9 120 1S8 275 40J 18 123 193 2S6 40 22 124' . 194 . 291 410 24 132 " 199 292 41J 29 137 204 293 421 32 14S 212 301 424 33 145 213 307 426 45 149 219 339 432 40 151 222. 540 441 47 15b 240 344 - 445 59 157 242 352 451 74 16S 254 354 454 82 1C9 257 358 455 93 174 258 339 463 96 176 259 360 469 97 179 264 SCI 478 100 183 26G 363 479 110 184 270 373 '493 113 185 271 383 491 Notice Is hereby given to the holders of these bonds to present tho same for payment at the olllce of the Treasurer of the Ewa Plantation Company In Ho nolulu on July 1st, 1905, and that Inter est on same will cease on and after that date. W. A. BO WEN, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Company. Honolulu, Hawaii, May 20th, 1903. GO To THE pvri-i35: osr FOP. YOUR BOTTLED GOODS, Straight Stuff at Bedrock Prices, A. C. Davis. Harry Rlvora. Horseshoe Saloon WJHJam Patteraon, Managir, HOWLING AMrftV ' , ' NOW OPBN. v Hotel Street Honolulu, IIb.ot.I1, HOT CLAM JUICR and BEBF T.E t also OYSTER COCKTAIL always pn. hand at 1 FAVORITli 5AU00N Frienda of tha Simple Llfa will ba glad to know that the $750 opera iflaas ea which a Fifth avenue woman Jaft in a honaom cab have been recovered. New York World.