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THE HAWAIIAN
Classified Ads, Three Times, 25 Cents
TAR.
SECOND
EDITION
THE STAB
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VOLUME XIII.
HONOLULU, HAWAII, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905.
No. 4i5j:
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Left Russian Hospital
Ship Orel For Home
RUSSIANS WHO WERE ON VESSELS CAPTURED BUT LATER RE
LEASED BY JAPANESE, ARE ON THE COPTIC BOUND FOR HOME.
CAN NOT TALK ENGLISH TWO OF THEM ARE DAUGHTERS OF
RUSSIAN NOBLEMAN AND SERVED AS NAVY NURSES.
Although not actual participants
the great sea battle, there are aboard
tho S. S. Coptic a number of Russians
.who -witnessed a part of that mighty
Btruggle which began May 'T! In the
'Japan Sea and resulted In tho anni
hilation of Admiral Rojestvensky's
fleet They are going homo from ser
,vlce. The most prominent member Is
Captain J. Lashmatoff the master of
the hospital ship Oriel. She was taken
prisoner by tho Japanese but was later
released as she had a number of prison
ers and wounded Russians aboard. She
was permitted to proceed to a Chinese
port.
In uddltlon to the captain there are
four other Russians from the vessoi-
CONTRACT BETWEEN THE COMPANY AND THE BANK OF HAWAII
IS SIGNED TODAY THE BANK IS TO RETIRE THE ENTIRE
f,i FIRST ISSUE AND IS GIVEN
The McBryde bond deal is completed.
The contract was signed today by the
officers of the Bank of Hawaii and tho
officers of the McBryde Sugar Com
pany. As exclusively told by The Star some
time ago, by this agreement, the Bank
of Hawaii undertakes the retirement of
the entire first issue of bonds amount
ing to 3750,000. Where the owners if
these bonds will not accept new bonds
In their place, the Bank will redeem
the bonds under the power of redemp
tion in the deed of trust securing them.
The retirement of the first Issue of
DID NOT PROSECUTE.
County Attorney Douthltt did not
prosecute the cases In the police court
today, so county Sheriff Brown did tho
prosecuting.
COPTIC SIGHTED THIS MORNING
The S. S. Coptic was sighted off Bar
ber's Point from the Orient at 10
o'clock this morning.
NEW ANIMALS AT THE ZOO.
' The Kalmuki Zoo nas Just received
per S. S. Alameda tne following new
animals: Wild Cat, Ring Tall Possum,
Storks, Coyote Crows, etc. Take a
trip to the Zoo and see the animals and
birds and get some fresh, cool breezes.
TALK-A-PIIONE
The new Talk-a-Phon5 gives same
(results as the Victor at half the cost.
Demonstration of this fact dally In our
show room. 10-ln. Records only $4.60
doz. Honolulu Agency with Wall,
Nichols.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
Caution
Pavs
in the matter of the caro of val
uable documents. The only way
to secure absolute Immunity
from loss In this respect Is to
rent a safe-deposit box in our
lire-proof vault. It will cost you
but $5.00 a year. You can pay
the money quarterly or ut the
rate of fifty cents per month if
you so desire. You are furnish
ed with an Individual key and
when you want to examine your
papers a private room Is placed
et your disposal.
Fort Street,
Honolulu
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At NBTCMn
including two women, on tho Coptic.
None of them are able to speak English
and It Is with difficulty that they havo
been able to make themselves under
stood by others aboard the vessel. Few
If any details of their experience have
been learned by any of tho other pas
sengers. Tho Russians wero objects of apeclal
interest and observance by Japanese
officials whllo the Coptic was In Japan
Tho utmost courtesy was shown them
but they were not allowed too great
freedom. One of tho young women
Miss Olga Yourlleff, is tho daughter of
a Russian admiral. Sho and her com
panion Miss N. Lubpwidzska, went out
with the Oriel as naval nurses. They
are members of tho Russian nobility.
THE EXCLUSIVE SALE OF THE
$750,000 of bonds will take an equal
amount of the $2,000,000 of the present
Issue. The Bank of Hawaii Is given
the exclusive sale of the remainder,
that Is of $1,250,000 worth, less $170,000
worth which have already been placed.
It Is not expected that the whole is
sue will be taken up at once, though
the bond market Is very strong just at
the present time. All of tho good Isl
and bonds which have any long term
to run are above par and are rising.
So that It .s considered that this Is a
good time to put the new McBryde
bonds on the market.
ACCIDENT TO McVEIGH.
A wireless has been received by the
Board of Health to the effect that Su
perintendent J. D. McVeigh of the
Leper Settlement has met with an ac
cident which broke his leg. It is not
known how the accident occurred. Ar
rangements are being made to send
medical assistance.
CALLED ON GOVERNOR.
Congressman Hepburn was a caller
on Acting Governor Atkinson this
morning.
LAST WEEK OF SALE.
The last week of Sachs' Gigantic An
nual Clearance has arrived and will
be marked by a series of the most
mammoth bargains, ever offered In this
city. Sensational reductions will rule
which will include positively every ar
ticle in the store.
SOMETHING TO PLEASE.
Fine framed pictures at just orig
inal price fit for a king at Arlelgh's
Stationery Store.
BY THE ALAMEDA.
The S. S. Alameda will bring a choice
lot of good things for J. M. Levy & Co,
Included In the assortment will be
some of the toothsome nutmeg mellons.
'Phone Main 149.
TO THE
County Officials and Office Men
Do you realize the satisfaction,
economy and the advantages
there are In using UNDER
WOOD TYPEWRITERS, and
GLOBE-WERNICKE BOOK
CASES and FILES?
Your advice that you are In
terested in these lines will bring
you our catalogs and full information.
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I P. O. BOX 784. I
I PHONE MAIN 117. I
I HONOLULU, T. H. i
THE SAKE TUB
APPEALS WON
CABLE FROM WASHINGTON ANNOUNCES VICTORY OF THE AP
PELLANTS IN A LARGE NUMBER OF CUSTOM HOUSE CASES
APPEALED FROM HONOLULU EMPTY SAKE TUBS NOT T(3 BE
ASSESSED LIKE THE FULL ONES.
News has been received from Wash
ington of the acqulesence of the Trea
sury Department In the appeals taken
from tho collector's rulings here in tho
cases known as the sake tub cases.
The amount Involved is about $8,000,
which tho Importers of sake save by
reason ofjthelr appeal. There are a
largo number of tho appeals.
The Issue Involved In the appeals was
as to the taxation of sake tubs which
arrive hero empty when tho contents
have leaked out between hero and
-o-
(Associated Press Cable to The Star.)
ROUNDS UP MUTINEERS.
ODESSA, July 13. Tho battleship Poblednostez has arrived here for the
purpose of taking mutineers to Sevastopol for court martial.
(Associated Press
OAKLAND, July 13. A terrific explosion of giant powder occurred at
the mixing house at North Richmond this morning. The white foreman
and seven Chinese wero killed
DE WITTE
THE
ST. PETERSBURG, July 13. M. Do Wltto has been appointed chief of
the Peace Commission in placo of Ambassador Muravleff who rqslgned as a
result of a loss of conlldenco by the Czar.
Patriots Are Hanged
ODESSA, July 13. Twenty-four leaders of tho recent revolutionary dis
turbances wero hanged today and twenty-seven more havo been condemned
to death on tho scaffold very soon.
HUH) m DBOPS
SAN FRANCISCO, July 13 All grades of refined sugar have been reduced
twenty cents a hundred pounds. The reason assigned for tho reduction Is
tho large European crop.
MORE MUTI NY REPORTED.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 13. An unconfirmed roport has reached here
that four Grenadier regiments at Moscow, the ancient capital, havo mutinied
o
COLLINS IS CAUGHT.
VICTORIA, British Columbia, July 13. Attorney George D. Collins of Sn
Francisco has been arrested, hero after his flight from arrest on the chargo
of bigamy. Ho Is fighting extradition and new Indictments aro being pre
pared charging him with perjury.
MAUI RETURNED THIS MORNING.
The stoamor Maul roturned this
morning from her new run to Maul
ports. Sho brought 2,450 bags of su
gar and a good sized assortment of
other frolght. Purser Klbllng reports
that the woathor waB too rough to work
nt Lahalna oio day last week. ' The
S. S. Nebraskan and schooners Olga.
and G. R. Billings were at Kahulul.
Tho Maui sail at C p. m. tomorrow for
Maul ports.
Japan Nearly every shipment of sake
has several such tubs, and they were
assessed llko the rest. Customs Broker
H. J. Johnston took the appeal In be
half of Klmura and Company and Gon
salves and Company, and tho case was
submitted to United States Judgo Dolo
on briefs. According to cable which
haye beon received by Collector Stack
able tho Department hts conceded tho
correctness of tho appellants' position,
and will not any further oppose their
appeal.
ExDlodes
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Cable to The Star).
MAN
II FISHERY CASE.
The John II ostato fishery case Is
still under argument beforo Judgo De
Bolt. It wns postponed tills morning
to tomorrow afternoon
MOVED OLD HANALEI MILL.
Tho steamer Nil ha u was occupied
this week transferring tho old Ilanalel
mill to Walmea where It will bo erected.
A CORNER
ON SQUABS
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL AFTER ALL THE SMALL BIRDS IN SIGHT
FOR THE BIG TAFT LUNCHEON TOMORROW FLORAL DECORA
TIONS FOR THE TAFT PARTY WILL BE VERY BRILLIANT A;
DREAM OF TROPICAL FLORA. ""
The squab market hns been depleted
by Manager Fred Church of the Ha
waiian Hotel, who has been out for
several days after about three hundred
squabs for tho luncheon for the Taft
party to bo given tomorrow at the
Hawaiian. Each guest Is to havo a
squab and enough of the noblo birds
havo been secured, but there aro nono
left In the market.
Tho hotel lanais where tho lunch is
to bo given will form a tropical spec
tacle that Is likely to live In the me
mories of tho members of tho party.
The entire lanais will bo ablazo with
flowers, according to the plans of tho
PUBLIC RIGHT
TO FORESHORE
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT IS MAKING A PRELIMINARY
INVESTIGATION INTO THE MATER OF THOSE PROPERTY OWN
ERS WHO MAY HAVE INFRINGED ON THE PUBLIC PRIVILEGES
OF FREE ACCESS TO LAND BETWEEN WATER MARKS.
The nervous tremors which havo
been passing along among property
owners from Walklkl to tho other Bid-?
of Diamond Head during tho past few
days havo caused many people to fe'ir
that old Leahl was about to assert
herself and burst out once more as nn
active volcano. But everyone may bo
roassumed, tho trouble Is merely over
the sea-walls. An emissary of the
Attorney General's department, Al
Moore, to wit, has been prospecting
nlong tho beach map In hand for the
purpose of finding out In a preliminary
way Just what walls encroach on tho
public's prlvllego to free access to tho
beacli between high and low water.
Out on the point of Diamond Head
there aro many hundsomo residences
and their owners have been scared na
turally enough, by the more suggestion
that they will have to tear down their
retaining walls and thereby expose
their home to the relentless ravages of
tho sea. Yet this is what seems to
TAFT'S PART!
EVERY DETAIL FOR BIG RECEP
TION HAS NOW BEEN CONCLUD
ED BY THE COMMITTEES.
All arrangements for tho reception of
the Taft party aro practically conclud
ed nov, thanks to the careful work of
E. M. Boyd of the reception commit
tee. Today the ladles committee on
decorations were very busily at work
arranging the details of the ornament
ation of the lanais on which the lunch
eon Is to be served. The effect will
certainly be one of the Interesting feat
ures of 'the whole Journey, no matter
what tho Philippines have to show, for
the luncheon lanais will be simply bow
ers of beauty.
There was a meeting of the sub-coni-mittee
on buildings this morning when
It was stated that four automobiles
would be placed at the disposal of the
committee to take visitors to such
places as they might wish to visit.
Tho arrival of the party Is timed
rather early but the committee fully
expects that there will be a big crowd
of citizens at tho Hackfeld wharf to
greet the distinguished visitors. The
A MATTER OF HEALTH
POWDER
Absolutely" Pure
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
ARRANGING
Jit
decoration committee. The decora
tion plans have been made but work
will not be begun until tomorrow morn
ing. Tho flowers will bo cut fresh,
tomorrow, and they will line the roofs,
walls and pilinrs of tho place where
tho luncheon Is to bo spread until It
will look like a brilliant fairy land.
It Is expected that there will bo a
crowd of between three and four hun
dred people at the Hawaiian for lunch
eon, besides those who will gather to
look on. A special stand Is being put
up for the musicians and a photogra
pher, who will try to get a picture of,
the many distinguished guests in ona
group.
threaten some for tho government is
decided upon 'preserving the privileges
of tho people.
The decision In tho Kerr case re
cently strengthened tho hands of the
government Immeasurably and as a
matter of duty ttie Attorney Gen
eral's department took up other prop
erties which seemed to encroach on the
public's rights. From time Immemo
rial the strip of land between high and,
low tides hod been considered as o.
public highway and it Is on that gen
eral principle thnt tho present move
ment has been founded. In the Kerr
caso the owner ws forced to take
down the wall which ho had built out
Into tho sea and tho authorities feel
that they can play no favorites.
"Matters nre only in a preliminary
stago at present," said Assistant At
torney General Prossor this morning;
ho having charge of the different cases
(Continued on page five.)
Manchuria will be alongside by 7
o'clock and there should be a repre
sentative crowd of Honolulu people
there to give the distinguished guests
a hearty cheer.
SHIRT WAIST SALE.
Shirt Waists for 3 days on special
sale, a new lot of summer waists Just
opened. Seo window display and tho
tiny prices at Pacific Import Co.
Lutted's Hawaiian rot in Pound Cana
for sale by all druggists and grocers.
Automobiles can bo hired day or
night at Club Sf.'.Mes, Fort street.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL YOU NEED IT.
Do not wait until some of your fam
ily Is taken with a violent attack of
colic or diarrhoea. A bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy at hand when needed has sav
ed many a life. Procure It at onco
For sale by all dealers. Benson Smith
fc Co., agents for Hawaii.
..THE..
"TOBASCO"
A Blucher Tan
Oxford for Men
VERY LATEST TOE.
CUBAN HEEL.
Price, $4.50
This shoe looks remarkably welt and
possesses wearing qualities unequalled
In many moro expensivo shoes. It la
In every senso of the term a gentle
men's shoe and Is admirably adapted
to summer wear. The very newest
style.
LIMITED.
lOfl FOnT STREET

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