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HMtnrlrl HawtlUn Jwtry.
Home nn1. M nr.i I'hutnfr.
VVOHAN'S EXCHANGES
PASS'S
HOT WRATH KU with all Its at
tending discomfort a is once more hold
ing the center of the stage.
3Poheco Dandruff Killer will keep
yeur head cool, free from dandruff and
slop that awful Itching.
Mold by all Druggists and at the
tlftlon Barher Shop, Telephone Main
988.
Crystal Springs
Butter ....
has become the moat popular
Imtter In Honolulu and de
servedly so for there Isn't a
liner or better flavored but
ter In the market. The
cows that assist In Its manu
facture are blue ribbon
Stock, grazing In the rich
est pastures of the world.
We pack this butter in neat
card board cartons which
keep It from softening and at
the same time preserve Its
oxfiulsite flavor from that of
other articles In the refriger
ator. The price is TWO
POUNDS FOR C3 CENTS.
Limited
Telephone Alain 45
NEW
is w
A
FOR THE
Coming Season
JUST RECEIVED
INCLUDING
1905
33 alls
Rackets
We are also prepared to fur
nish New Awnings and Verandah
Curtains, or r.ecover Tour Old
Awning Jrames.
AND MANY
MAKES OF
SECOND-HAND
Typewriters
AND ALL
VARIETIES OF
T W Papers and Supplies
Pearson & Potter
Co., Ltd. 931
Fort Street.
Gil
New
Underwood
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l'ltl'HKt'HlllS TtlUi (HVO CoUllMUCll
N8 of Ihc Hay.
WKAT1IBR REPORT.
V. S. Weather Bureau Office, Young
Building.
" " . 'I
WtMr' R .
lemnnaiures-o . in., w. . m., i, to wwtiier a pMtl aewilon of the leg
in a. in.. M; noon, 71. Morning mini-jrtlatur, w, nec sary m the event
mum, 6. that the County Act In declared uncon-
Knmmeter, 8 a, m., W.M; Absolute titltonal," MM Ctovwnor Carter thin
humidity. 8 a. m., .m ffnttlfl Pr cublo ' morning. "It will be a matter to t
foot; Relative hwtnldlty, I . Jtt., 66 iter
cent; Dew point. S a. in., 00,
Wind Velocity, C a. m 8. XU.; S .
in.. 6.NB.; 10 a. ., 9, SR.; noon. 10,
NE.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended S a.
m., .01 Inches. ,
Total wind movement during 11
hours ended at noon, 311 utiles.
AMSX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather liureau
A guitar Is for sale,
ads.
See classified
A probate notice appears in this
issue.
Fifteen shares of Kwa stocks are for,00""1' a?1 la deIard Invalid, it will
sale at market price.
Johnnnls Llthla Is the sure cure for
rheumatism. Lewis & Co., sole agents.
The Indies of St. James Guild Hllo
tendered a reception to JU. Rev. Bishop
Restarlck.
Demosthenes Lycurgus sailed by the
Aoraugl yesterday for a visit to Greece
and Athens.
Rehearsal of the Jlnnnerchor this
evonlng at the Honolulu Symphony
Club rooms.
Mills Institute will give a public en
tertainment at its hall on Friday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
A meeting of the MId-AVinter League
was held Inst night but no decision was
come to as to grounds.
James Sheridan will sell excellent
second hand pianos very cheap on In
stallments during this month.
Uishon Restarlck's family Is occupy
ing tlie Rev. J. Usborne's cottage at
Wnlklkl during the month of June.
If you see the lubel "S. & W." on
canned goods 'you may be sure that
they are the best. Henry May & Co.
Rudwolser beer Is ti positive aid to'
digestion nnd a builder of mental and
physical strength. H. Hnckfeld & Co.
J. L. Kaulukou, formerly of Honolulu
bus hung out his shingle as a prac
ticing attorney with I .E. Ray, Hilo.
Mrs. W. Matson and daughter, Miss
Lurllne Matson are visiting Mr. and
'Mrs. John Scott at Walnaku Lawns,
Hilo.
There will be another contest for the
Hnlelwa challenge cup on the Halelwa
links next Sunday. There are many
entries.
The engagement of Manuel Furtado,
clerk to Charles M. Lelllond, nnd Miss
Frances Antone Is announced. Hllo
! Tribune.
V. A. Kinney, of Hllo, left on the
Falls of Clyde Inst week for San Fran
cisco, whore he will undergo an opora-
! tlon for cataract.
There will be an exhibition of In-
uustria i wont at me Jvnmenamena
i School for Girls on Saturdny afternoon , consequently the atmosphere in the
from 3 to C o'clock. j vicinity of the plantation has been rent
! All persons having claims against the with "Banzai" since early this mom
I Wilder's S. S. Co., ore requested to pre- l"S. They had a procession and will
sent their claims and those owing the
corporation to settle without delay.
Ernest Rndcllffe, wife and child, ac
companied by Mrs. Horton, a sister of
Mrs. Radcllffe, returned to Hilo Sun
day on the Enterprise from a visit to
California.
Miss Bessie Lambert and the Misses
Gertrude and Maud Mason who have
been attending Irving Institute, Snn
Francisco returned to Hllo Sunday for
their summer vacation.
Bruce Kennedy, J. D. Kennedy, Shel
don Deacon and Albert Horner Jr., nro
Hllo college boys who have been at
tending school in California and are
now homo for. the vacation.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Free Kindergarten and Children's Aid
Association will be held on Friday
morning at 9:30 Pune 2 in Hnalelea hall
corner of Richard and Hotel streets.
A very Interesting collection of or
chids from the hot houses of S. M. Da
mon are on exhibition today In the
window of Mclnerny's shoe store, nnd
nro attracting a grent deal of attention.
H. Vicars Is a thorough believer In
small farming niAl he has secured about
an acre of land adjoining his home In
Puueo, which he will plnnt to bananas,
pineapples ahd a vegetable garden.
Hllo Tribune.
Rt. Rev. H. B. Restarlck, Episcopal
Bishop and pastor of the St. Andrews
Cathedral, Honolulu, arrived on the
Klnau Wednesdny and officiated at the
services of St. James Mission, Hllo, on
Sunday last. Hllo Tribune.
Ascension Day services nt St. An
drew's cathedral were celebrations of
the holy communion at 7 and 10 a. m.
and evensong nt 5 p. m. After oven
song the fortieth nnnlversary of St.
Andrew's priory will be celebrated.
A special car will leave Moano. hotel
at 1 a. m. nfte rthe concert and dance
tonight to accommodate peope re-
CHOICE ALGAROBA
WOOD
sawed:and split
or in 4 feet lengths
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE
CITY. LEAVE ORDERS WITH
W. W. DIMOND & CO.
Agents for Batit Nlu Ranch.
mninitm Mr the Aunt, tt
Into tnwn by way of fnwii fwietMRti
1'iiimhiiu line fort nnd K Ing SttWtS,
tn i h tut burn.
OF
EXTRA SESSION
OOVTBK.VOK XOT DKi'llJKD AHOtT
HMUt.T OF A DKClBIOK AUA1N8T
COUNTY ACT.
"1 have not come tj any deilelon a
(alien un when the act u knocked out.
It it ever 1. It In a question in my
mind whether the precedent 1m to he
entaollehed of always calling the leg
islature together every time an uncon
stitutional county act is jwMed."
I "I have been Quoted as caylng that It
would be a 'dangerous precedent' to
call an extra aeaekm under nuch clr
cuifletances," Carter said, "but I have
never made any euoh remark. The
problem Is a bridge which I don't pro
pose to cross until I come to It, and all
I can y as to my intentions in the
matter is that I have' not reached any
(decision one way or the other. If the
then be time for me to decide whether
to call an extra session again or not.
"The situation is not the same as it
wns two years ago, when appropria
tions were In .doubt. At that time there
were two appropriation bills, a six
months bllt nnd an eighteen months
bill, and it was a question which ap
plied. A decision on the point was se
cured from the Supreme Court, and It
may be of use now as a guide."
II COMING
CHIEF JUSTICE FREAR AND ASSO
CIATE JUSTICE HAItTWELL TO
LEAVE FOR MAINLAND.
Chief Justice Frear andAssoclate Jus
tice Hartwell are both to leave for the
Mainland by the transport Thomas next
Tuesday, and the Supreme court will
therefore take an adjournment for
some weeks. Between now and Mon
day, It Is expected, decisions will be
handed down In the county act case
and the Magoon disbarment case. The
court has caught up with Its calendar
nnd hns very few cases left for action.
The Impression .apepars to be very
general among attorneys and pther
that the county net case ns .filed will
fall on the matter of jurisdiction, and a
decision Is expected tomorrow morjilng.
It Is possible that n decisional the Ma
goon matter may also be given at that
time.
CELEBRATING AT EWA.
There was no work done at Oahu
Plantation today. The Japanese to the
number of over two thousand announc
ed to the management yesterday that
they were going to celebrate the great
victorv nr
Admiral Tocro todav and
nave another tonight with lanterns
Meanwhile the sake supply Is steadily
falling.
IS
(Continued from page one)
and Jiis staff before the sinking of the
llugshlp, in the afternoon of the 27th of
May and . also 200 from the Osllabla
which, finding navigation difficult,
transferred Rojestvensky and his staff
to the Bledoni and while running north
ward met In tho'tnornlng of May 28th
the .Donskol to which all aboard were
transferred nnl the Bouinul sank her
self. The Osllabla, according to other
survivors' statements, had the conning
tower struck at tho first straight shot
of the battle on May 27th and Admiral
Foelkershan was killed and after the
succession of shots sank at about 3 p.
m. ' The survivors of the, Donskol say
that they saw two destroyers sinking
In thick of the battle at noon on May
27. This, if true, makes five Russian
destroyers sunk."
TAKAHIRA.
E
QUESTION
DECISIS
DQNSKU
c
YACHTS
HAV
RETURNED
VESSELS MAKE OAHU FROM HA
NALEI AFTER ENCOUNTERING
CALMS AND BAFFLING WINDS.
The yacht cruise to Hanalel qnd re
turn was finished last night by the
Hawaii and La Paloma. The I'aloma
arrived at Puuloa harbor at S p. m. and
the Hawaii at Honolulu at 10 p, m.
The Hawaii left Honolulu About 2:30
Saturday afternoon and the Paloma
left Pearl Harbor at i p. in, the anift
day. The Taloma arrived at Ihinai&i
t 11 o'clock the tollowing morning nnJ
the other vessel an hour arjd naif
later.
Returning the yachts left lUna'el to
gether at C p. in, op Monl'ty. They in
countered calms and baffling winds
coming home. The entlra trip was de
lightful however. In the Lt. Palopi.i
were Clarence Macfaiiane, T. IV, l?ob
ron and two native sailors, nnd lit the
Hawaii were Ollle Sorenon, George
Crozier, Mr. Lyle and Gant,aln J'lhju
The rate for tho Governor1 cup will
ilnrnoB If Morgan,
HROKSH.
BIMSJ KMhttMMnii IK. TCI, MnJa 71.
I. Q. Beg 14.
ON SATURDAY. JUNK 3,
AT II OtJUOOIt JTOCW.
At my alearotmt, M7 KMhumnnM
treet.
I Mtn lnitrweted Uf TtiMMM M 18KI
to offer for aale et Public Auction tfcftt
valuable piece of land art AlaXea tret
hac Kof premlMM occupied br Or. Ah
dereon and being portion of It. 1. 4HT
to hwlrti of a. Ileckley.
flame premises are liounded by the
tropertles owned or occupied br Dr.
Herbert .Mrs. S. C. Allen, C. It. lltehop
Iet Dr. Humphrls and ' Sonnson &
Vetherbler.
Plan of property at my olTice where
further particulars may be had.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
IN THE FORECLOSURE III
ON
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 3,
I shall sell the
Finest Estate in
Kalihi Yalley
HILLSIDE, VALLEY, KULA and
TARO Lands.
Property lies on both side of the
stream.
WATERFALLS and SWIMMING
HOLES, In abundance.
There are four waterfalls blending
Into one with surroundlnng level land,
planted with an abundance of old fruit
trees.
The hillsides are covered with a light
growth of Koa and Kukul.
I venture the assertion that on the
whole Island of Oahu, there is not a
more naturally beautiful spot that can
be reached In a buggy.
There Is an appropriation of' $15000
to be spent on this Kallhl Road.
The property adjoins that ,qf Mrs.
S. C. Allen and In every possible way
offers advantages to a purchaser.
For a country home, a sanitarium,
as a gift for an Endowed Home, It will
pay better interest than any other In
vestment for the whole surroundings
breathe Health.
! JAMES F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER.
occur on Friday. The details nays not
been arranged yet.
BALLOU'S SUIT
ATTORNEY'S ACTION FOR $50,000
FOR LIBEL BEGUN BEFORE
LINDSAY TODAY.
The libel suit of S. M. Ballou against
Col. Sam Parker was begun this morn
ing In Judge Lindsay's court. A. G.
M. Robertson appeared for Ballou, who
also appeared In person, while Parker
was represented by J. A. Mngoon, R.
W. Breckons and .Judge Whiting.
The suit Is for $50,000 damages claim
ed on account of statements in an an
swer filed by Parker or his attorneys in
tho matter of the Annie T. K. Parker
estate. The statements which are claim
ed as libellous were to the effect that
Ballou, who Is of counsel ngalnst Par
ker In tho case as such committed a
"gross violation" of hfs professional du
ties to Samuel Parker and, as Parker
expressed his belief, had rendered hlm
seif unfit to practice his profession In
the Territory of Hawaii.
Tho morning wns occupied in getting
a jury. Part of the defense, as stated
n an affidavit filed on a, motion for a
postponement, is. that Parker did not
.mnko the statements alleged by the
plaintiff to be hl.
MAIL BOATS DUE TOMORROW.
(The S. S. Siberia and the S. S. Ala
meda ara due tomorrow morning from
San Francisco with later .mail. The
bulk of the mill will probably be on
iie Al.im"df. 'n-.4rO
ARRIVING.
Thursday, June 1.
Schr.. Luka, from Walnlhu at 4 a, m.
Wednesday, May 31.
Am. Bark Andrew Welch, Drew, 14
days from San Francisco at 5 p. m.
( DEPARTING,
Thursday, June 1.
U. 8. S. Lawton, Winder, for Guam
and Cavlte at 10:20 a. m.
.jjfl-jgggg TJSK?07?
PASSENGERS,
Arriving.
Per S, S. Enterprise, June 1, from
Hilo Mrs. Desha, Mr. Brown, Mrs,
Gerard and son, Master Rlohards, Mrs,
Pederson, S. Kennedy,
KAHULUI.
Depnrtlng, May 31. S, S. Callfornlan,
for Hllo.
DELICIOUS WHITE GRAPE JUICE,
Grnpe-Catel jg a most delicious white
grope Juice which Is being served at the
Hobron Drug Co's soda fountain, It
Is very; wliolenome and possageos ,
rich grape flavor.
'Fine Job Printing Star Office.
AGAINST
PARKER
'Rubbei
Have you glxMit used up tlwt old Ml oi tires
on your cm-ringer' Are you not rumihiir oti the
ctamiteli and spoiling thein? If so won't It py
you to see us nbotit putting on new let?
We will send to your house for titc w4twU
hrt4 return tbetn in ft short time wtrti tits new
viiirss nicely put on. ' It will not cost you a great
,4l9ethtl w gimmittoc the rubbor and-tlic werk
Vc do. .
m. iO. tHALL
(" i r t:
Fresh Bottled
Bock Beer
$2.oo PER DOZEN QUARTS.
j", stf -, v
ins.
. . LIQUOR
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA
m look V?Z. A.tNt'RAVt0
rue 1 VLcc J
I THE GIFTS III
Society always prefers
to set Its wedding dates
H so as to border on tho B
H month of Roses and H
TiPs
it
4
& SON, LTD
GOODBYE, little girl, goodbye,
I'm dry, little girl, I'm. dry,
The weather's hot and I need the cheer
Of a nice, cold glass of PRIMO BEER;
Don't cry, little girl, don't cry,
There and back will I quickly fly
When this oruel thirst Is o'er,
I'll come back to you once more,
Goodbye, little girl, goodbye.
L.
0
0 9 9 0
Primo Lager
Is the King of Thirst Quenchers,
Old Sol won't warp the
paint we put ou your house
it's the best paint made,
it stands up against all difficulties.
Talk to us about painting your
property.
Stanley Stephenson
Painter and -Decorator
I'llONK 420 137 KINO STItEET
SIONS OF SUCOESS-S. S. SIONS
"J
J
DEALERS.
STREETS. TEL. MAIN 492.
The question of
Gifts is quite as
perplexing to the
giver whether it be
a May, June or
December wedding
3ut it is a ques
tion that can be set
tled here in short
order once the out
lay is determined
upon. Whether it's
to be a dollar or a
hundred, come in.
We've got just
what you want.
I II.
DIMOND , COj
Limited K
53-57 KING STREET
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