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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY. Jt'NH W, 1WS.
McCaBE, HAMILTON & RENNY
A special meeting of the Stockhold
ers of McCnbo, Hamilton & Itenny Co.,
Ltd., will be held on Saturday, July 1,
3903, at 10 o'clock n. ni., at the office
of the company, No. 20 Queen street,
Honolulu, for the purpose of consider
ing a proposed amendment to the arti
cles of association of said corporation.
' r . Secretary.
Honolulu, June 23, 1903.
The following are the complete return of the election in Maul County June JO. The election pndnct ef K
lauipR fe In the County of Kalawao which under the County Act held we election lit thin tlm. Mhl Will htrir
elect only a Shariffs
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION COMPANY, LIMITED.
Notice Id hereby given that the
Stock Books of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd., will be closed to
transfers from th 17th to the 30th day
of June, 1903, inclusive.
By order of the Board of Directors.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu, June 15th, 1903.
WILDER'S S. S. COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given that the stock
tra-asfer books of "Wllder's Steamship
Co., will be closed from and Including
the 1st day of June, 1903, to and includ
ing the 30th day of June, 1905.
By order of the Board of Directors.
(Signed) S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, T. II., May 31, 1905.
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NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS EWA
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) of Ita
bonds, this completing the redemption
of the entire Issue of $500,000 issued un
der date of January 1st, 1900. The num
bers of the bonds to be paid are as follows:
i- 24 132
' 29 137
' 32 14$
' 74 . 163
' 100 183
Notice is hereby given to the holders
of these bonds to present the same for
payment at the office or tne treasurer
of the Ewa Plantation Company In Ho
nolulu on July 1st. 1905, and that inter
est on same will cease on and after
W. A. BOWEN,
Treasurer Ewa Plantation Company,
Honolulu, Hawaii, May 20th, 1905.
J. P. Cooke, Manager.
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice-President
W. M. Alexander.Second Vice-President
L.t T. Peck Third Vice-President
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
G. M. Rolph Secretary
W. O. Smith Auditor
J. W. Kalua I ' . ... 29 36 4 1 19 4 1 17 C! 17 29 42 5 10 18 11 33 11
T. B. Lyons, II. R..r 38 87 26 6 114 18 21 30 27 C 16 69 11 34 5 23 115 0
W. E. Saffrey, R (x) 15 116 29 23 89 117 11 43 132 18 10 39 32 17 10 11 15 15
G. H. Cummlngs, H. R 28 78 34 3 1G1 14 IS 22 38 11 27 77 12 33 6 19 136 4
W. F. Kaae, R. (x) ,. 33 155 22 27 77 122 12 GO 147 3 22 CO 34 28 22 29 17 19
D. H. Case, R. (x) 36 138 23 23 105 124 14 47 141 29 20 54 35 26 13 20 36 23
J. M. Vivas, H. R 35 9S 40 6 119 17 17 38 61 n 30 84 11 30 14 23 122 0
D. II. Kahaulello H. R.... C2 71 22 3 59 9 2 26 63 17 25 gc 13 21 11 17 92 5
Charles Wilcox R (x) !... 27 1S1 39 26 136 127 9 57 153 2G 20 60 38 41 20 27 34 0
L. M. Baldwin R. (x) ... 37 163 19 28 129 128 15 50.188 9 22 62 22 25 19 0 6 24
Clement Crowell H. R 9 81 37 2 93 11 10 24 23 10 27 77 1G 30 9 3 121 0
H. P. Baldwin, R 112 128 13 23 ...
W. H. Cornwell II R (x) 116 13 0 141 ...
T. M. Church R., (x) .....a...... ... SO
W. Hennlng R., (x) 164 3 57 . ,
C. B. Cockett, H. R.i ... 1 ' v
Hana. '" '
J. K. Hanuna H. R ... ... ... 49-;06 5... 10
J. Halulanl, R. (x) 12 '52 41 ... 16
T. T. Meyer R., (x) '. S 0 25
Uahlnul, H. R 23 . 13 11
T. Clark, H. R., (x) 102 19 22 . 141 ...
S. Kelllnol R 125 119 10 19 ...
Makawao. ' ''
Edgar Morton. R. (x) 79 137 22 ., 16
W. E. Malkal II. R 18 75 1 ... 31
Lahalna. - ... 1
C. R. Lindsay R., (x) 156 32 24
William White, H. R S9 21 ' 2 . :
J. H. S. Kaleo. H. R 24 68 9 7
F. Wittrock, R., (x) 26 81 39 19
F. Beckley. H. R 10 27
J. II. Mahoe, R., (x) 57 24 IS
Those marked (x) are those elected.
eeaoifteAa v6ft-ftft Mta&susft
was not In the race. It was decided to
throw the Home Rule Inlluence for
Judge Kepolkal of Maul. The Homo
Rulers also decided to stay with the
Democrats ns a Fusion organization
until the next campaign
REV. CRABTREE PREACHES.
Rev. W. E. Crabtree the new mints-
his first sermons In Honolulu yester
day. In the morning the text was a
double on John 14-8 "Show us the
Father and it sufllceth Us" and John
12-21. "Sir, .we woujd see Jesus." Rev.
Mr. Crabtree made an excellent Im
pression by his eloquence and earnest
ALASKAN SAILED YESTERDAY.
The S. S. Alaskan sailed yesterday
afternoon for Kaanapall to load sugar
for Delaware Breakwater.
HOME RULERS FOR KEPOIKAI.
At a meeting of the Home Rule Party
held on Saturday night the name of
J. M. Poepoe, the defeated candidate
for Sheriff of Oahu, was proposed for
the Governorship but he stated that he
ALAMEDA SAILS ON WEDNESDAY
The S. S. Alameda sails for San
Francisco on Wednesday at 10 a. in
She has a large crowd booked from
Sugar Factors and
AO EN fS FOR
Hawaiian Commercial & Sujar
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maui Agricultural Company,
Kihei Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahului Railroad Company,
Haleakala Ranch Company.
BEAVER LUNCH IIUOM,
Fort Street. Opposite Wilder & Co
H. J. NOLTE, FROP'R.
First-Class Lunches served with te
coffee, soda water, ginger ale or mllV.
Smokers Requisites a Specialty
FUNERAL OF J. A. ROD A NET.
The funeral of the late J. A. Rodanet
was held yesterday afternoon from the
house 723 Klntr street to Nuuanu ceme
tery. The services were In charge of I
Oahu Lodge, No. 1, Knights of Pythias.
C. A. White acted as tho Pythian pre
late In conducting the services. The
attendance at the grave was very large
1 and the floral offerings exceedingly
numerous. The deconsed who was 07
years of age, is survived by his wife.
SHERMAN SAILED FROM JAPAN.
Captain Humphreys the depot quar
termaster, has received cable advices
of the departure of the transport Slier
man from Nagasaki on Juno 23 for
Honolulu and Son Francisco. She Is
expected here about July 6.
WRHMTKH- In Kan FranoUrn, J MM
24, 1905, to Mr. nnd Ml. A. M. TtN
Hti-r, u Hon.
SMUV1CHS AT THE CENTRAL
UNION CHURCH LAST NIGHT
AND BXBItCISKS AT COLLEGE.
The closing event of Oahu College's
commencement week, took place at the
Central Union Church last evening
when the class of 1903 attended In a
body nnd a large number of the under
graduates of the schools occupied seats
reserved for them In the body of the
President Griffiths of Oahu College
presided. After a musical service
which was entered Into with great
thoroughness, the address was de
livered by Dr. Doremus Scudder who
took ns his subject "The Student's
The benediction was pronounced by
Rev. Dr. Klncnld.
The service was In succession to
the closing exercises at Puimhou when
the nineteen graduates were presented
with their diplomas and D. L. Wlth
lngtpn delivered an address on "Tho
Growth of Thought."
OIL VK8HKLK BAILED SATURDAY.
Th- oil carrier Fulterton nllftl tat
urdiiy afternoon for Port Harford.
YOU MAY HAVE NOT1CMD
that your fare gets ml, you have a,
fullness In the chest, breath cornea
short and quick and feel & sinking sen
sntion, when you walk fast, go up
stall-, are excited or frightened. This
Is the first Btage of heart disease, and
must have Immediate attention. Don't
delay. Take Dr. Mllles' New Heart
Cure, which will strengthen the nerves
of the heart anc restore it to health.
Money back of flrit bottle fulls to bene-
The Health Habit Is greatly encour
aged by the purity and wholesomenesa
of ones food and drink. In the United
States Government report the purltjr,
and wholesomeness of Rainier Beer ar
The Health Habit Is the Rainier Beer
Judge Lindsay approved the report
of AV. R. Sims, master, on the ac
counts of the trustees of the estate of
S. C. Allen, deceased, and allowed tho
master n fee of $200. H E Cooper ap
peared for the trustees. The trustees
charged themselves with $396,121.01, of
which $443,456.02 was principal, $123,
C10.29 Income and $29,034.70 miscella
neous receipts. They asked to be al
lowed $550,840.89, according to schedule
of disbursements. This Item Includes
$420,747.83 of (principal Invertfmjents,
$16,829.20 commissions to trustees and
$96,876.06 net Income paid to Mrs. B. M.
ROBERTS WAS A "BLEED."
And He Bled Some More Last
J. C. Roberts a private soldier of the
2Sth Company of Coast Artillery, shot
himself In the breast Friday night at
Camp McKlnley. The wound was not
serious however. It Is said by some
that the man was simply bluffing. In
nny event he was locked up to awnlt
the action by the police regarding an
alleged burglary of which Roberts Is
supposed to have some knowledge.
Several months ago Roberts was
granted a furlough and went to San
Francisco. During his presence on the
coast, the apartments of one Lawson
on Victoria street San Francisco were
entered and robbed of considerable
clothing. Roberts Is said to have been
seen later with some of the stolen ar
ticles In his possession. After Roberts
came to Honolulu he was placed under
police survellance and learning the
fact Friday, he went to Lieutenant
Trotter at Camp McKlnley surrender
ed himself. Roberts shot himself with
a pistol. Roberts will probably be sur
rendered to the San Francisco police
when his company returns to the
mainland, provided there Is nny case
against him. Roberts Is said to have
dressed well about Honolulu and to
have made quite a stylish appearance.
PAYMENT OF SEWER ".ATES.
In accordance with Act 6, Session
Laws, 1901, rates will be payable from.
and after July 1st, 1903, semi-annually.
Semi-annually rates between July 1st,
1903 and December 31st, 1903, aro paya
ble on July 1st, 1903.
A failure to pay such advance rates
within 15 days after due, renders tho
rato holder liable to an additional 10
Rates payable at the oillcc of
C. M. WHITE, '.
C. S. HOLLO WAY",
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
June 17, 1903.
All outstanding bills for materials
furnished and services rendered In tho
period commencing July 1, 1901, and
ending Juno 30, 1903, must be In my of
fice properly certified, If on tho Island
of Oahu, by July 10, 1903, if on the other
Islands by July 15, 1903.
C. M. WHITE,
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T. II., Ma, 31, 1905.
PAYMENT OF WATER RATES.
Lyle A. Dickey, administrator of the
estate of Lllla Haaheo Kanui Walpa,
had his .final account approved by
Judge Lindsay on the report of W. R.
Sims, Master, who was allowed a fee
of $10. Receipts were $595.12 and pay
Lam Chang See, administrator of the
estate of Lam Hong, has presented her
final account with a petition for dis
charge. The balance additional to In
ventory, Is $317.51. ,
OWEN In Honolulu, June 23, to the
wife of C. G. Owen, a son.
BOWEL COMPLAINT IN CHILDREN
During tho summer months children
are subject to disorders of the bowels,
and should receive the most careful at
tention. As soon as any unnatural
looseness of the bowels Is noticed.
L'liamborlaln's Colic, .Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy should be given.
For sale by all dealers. Benson
Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
t s proviaea for in Chapter 45 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1903:
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates are hereby
notified that the water rates for the
I six (6) months ending December 31a,
1 1903, will be due and payable at the)
I office of Honolulu Water Works on the
1st day of July, 1903.
I On all such rates remaining unpaid
on July 15th, 1903, an additional charga
of 10 per cet will be made.
All privileges upon which rates re-
maln unpaid to August 15th, 1903, (30
days after becoming delinquent) are
subject to Immediate shut off, without
The outside men have been Instruct
ed to shut off all delinquent prlvlleiss
as fast as possible after August 15th.
Rates are payable at the office of the
Honolulu Water Works to the Chlet
Clerk of the Department of Publls
J, II. IIOWLAND,
Superintendent of the Honolulu Water
Honolulu, T. II., June Sth, 1903.
I urlty, Wholesomeness and Flavor
are the principal requirements of a
successful beverage the United States
Government eport vouches for the first
two and the verdict of the consumer
for the last In Rainier Beer.
J. C. COHEN, Manager.
Commencing FRIDAY EVENING,
Juno 23, every evening nnd Saturday
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
1028 Nuunnu Street, Honolulu, T. II,
Between King and Hotel Street.
Straw Hat Manufactory. Any Style
of Straw Hat made to order. Panama
and Felt Hat Cleaned.
M. B. CURTIS, Proprietor and Mgr.
Presenting an entirely new repertoire
of high class Vaudeville.
Princess Chlnqullln, an Indian of
Royal blood In Indian songs and Indian
The Sensation of Four Continents,
tho Debonair Conjuror. Reno the
Great In Magic up-to-date. Presenting
a boquet of mystical novelties culmin
ating with the bewildering Illusions
Kntclna the fight through space and
Lurllno tho creation of woman.
Mnjor A. Edward Newell the Cow
boy Juggler. Newest pictured melodies.
New York's Latest Biographical craze
The Count's Dilemma.
Ernest L. Barbour, Humorist, Mono
loglst, Impersonator and Imitator.
Popular Trlcwi: 75, 60, 26o; box seats,
$1.00. Reserved seats at Orpheum Box
Contractor and Builder
Sewalo, Sheridan Street, near Kin.
Honolulu H. L
Tolephone Wfclti 601.
Neat and Handsome
Designs made to order.
503 Beretanla Street, near PunchbowL
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