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THE HAWAIIAN BTAll, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1004.
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Worth 20 cents. Our price 15 cents per yard. Handsome new Dresden Ribbons, 6-Inch width. Price, 90 cents per yard. . ... . . A m Wi GOODS EARLT MM RETURNING FROM THE PALI THE PARTY IS TAKEN TO THE HO NOLULU PLANTATION AFTER THIS EXCURSION THERE WAS THE ELABORATE LUNCHEON AT THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL AND THE RECEPTION LATER AT THE MOANA. "Dee-lighted," is in substance what nearly everyone on board the Man- churla said this morning as the big Longworth of Ohio. The American Sullivan was going to Manila to vls.t steamer glided through the channel of press, or a large part of it, has de-jhls sister, Mrs. Cflls.nel J. Clem. The Honolulu harbor. She carried the most cided that there Is a wedding coming ' young man appeared to be in excellent distinguished gathering that has ever In which Miss Roosevelt and Long- spirits and on Wednesday evening was visited the city, including a secretary worth will be the principals. )ono of a llttle dnner company that o war who is very likely to be Presl- The Ellis quartette sang Hawaiian 1 wng glven aboard the vessel He dress dent of the United States before many songs as the steamrr entered the har-1 ed "in evening clothes for that occasion years, seven members of the United bor and while those on board had and so far aS couHl be learned was Mi States Senate and twenty-two Con- breakfast. At the wharf the Hawaiian excellent spirits and did not seem to Bresamen. .. ant irip irom un ' uniicumunB "" "'c"' ' ' ocean voyage In the way of entertain- ment ashore in tho Paradise of the Pacific. If they didn't use the presl- uc" ,a' "'"' , " used some other tern that .meant tho same thing. "Hooray" was Miss Alice Roosevelt's way of putting it, by way of thinking Secretary latt tor aecoroi- p,e of all the conglomerate races th-it surmised that he either Jumped over ling her with a carnation lei and In- niake up the averae Honolulu assera-', fn 't ,L, 'rmln,. Via- flm ohp win Inltlatprt Into Hrs best ordVas a real native rrb" U..-..B.... , - - thing. All the members of the distinguished party speak highly of their trip. Aside from the one saddening feature of the voyage.-the suicide or accidental Urowning UJ. puaaciibcii ccijiiiiu,i tended to make the voyage enjoyable rri i,.n n aatrapnl ilnnroo In whlnVi thT secretary of the War Department took part, as did also the daughter of the President, and some lectures were n.n hv mpinhpra nf the n.qrtv. on t,, ,, Philippine subjects. The weather was fine, the big steamer didn't allow her self to be knocked about by the ocean rollers that heaved against her huge Iron sides and even the expected dis comfort of seasickness was little ex perienced by the travelers. The Manchuria was sighted from Di amond Head at about four this morn ing, following up the little Alameda, which had already steamed up to an anchorage oft the harbor. Even , t lu "er ",,u wus 111 lact uee-ngnted nil that hour there were some ot the pas- th time. sengers on deck. The quarantine Nearly all the passengers who corn launch Oahu went out before five P''Ise what ' termed the "Taft party" o'clock, and the steamer was quickly went directly from the wharf to the passed as far as quarantine regulations Pa". ' vehicles which had been pro are concerned. Dr. Cofer himself went vlded by tho Honolulu committee ot with the launch. Soon after five o'clock reception. It was the original Inten the customs launch went out. It car- tlQn to tnke them In automobiles, but rled Acting Governor Atkinson, Dis- rains had made tho road heavy, and trict Attorney Brecisons, who had horses were used instead. The party friend aboard In Senator Warren of drove along King street and up Fort Wyoming, Collector Stackable, Dr. and then up Nuuanu to the Jumping Halsey of the Immigration bureau, and off place. the usual customs Inspectors. When Secretary Taft expressed himself as this launch reached the big steamer, much Jnterested in Hawaii and appre considerably before six o'clock, a large clatlve of what the Island community number of the passengers were on the has achieved. "I understand that you tlecks. Secretary Taft was on hand produce about $200 worth of sugar per with warm greetings for the visitors annum, for every man, woman and and several of the Senators, with their child In tho islands," he remarked, w'ves, were also out. Miss Roosevelt "That Is surely doing pretty well In hadn't yet shown up, but she soon ap- producing wealth," , 1PI1 HUH ' ARRIVING. Saturday, July 15. Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hilo and way ports, due In morning. Sunday, July 1C. Stmr. Llkellke, Naopala, from Lanal, Maul and Molokal ports, due In morn ing, Stmr. W. G. Hall, Plltz, from Kauai ports, duo early in morning. DEPARTING. ', Friday, July 14. S. S. Manchuria, Saunders, for tho Orient at 5:30 p. m. Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Maul and 'Hawaii ports at noon. PASSENGERS. I Departing. Per stmr. Mauna Loa, July 14, for Maul and Hawaii ports O. C. Stevens, J, D. Paris, F. J. Llnderman, Stephon Doiha Jr., Miss A. Pimento, Miss L. Rosfwnrne, Mrs. C. 13. King, C. E. Klnfc, Master J. Quintal Rev. A. B. Weymouth, H. W. M. Mist, Brother extra fine quality. Price, 23 BATISTES. (10. LI, Cor Fort and Boretania Sts. TfflS IfflNG peared, and sat at the breakfast tabls with Taft, Atkinson and Congressman ' Kreeieu me arrivals wnn music, aim me regulars Horn Camp McKIn- iey were at nanu to give secretary Taft a proper military recention. They st0od, "present arms," along the wharf as he passed by on his way to the Pall, "" u.e scene or a great mill- tary success In which a very different km, ot secretary of war figured. There was an immense crowd of neo- i., ... ... . a. "rsi" wagT rSivTS' VZ SJTZkTZCZTy "l1, Secretary ,f ;?;heNpaL:ngersahatu,;r.n'l,cTt1e war anu me Acting uovernor. Gov- ernor Jack" saw nearly everybody aboar(T Uvq tjme when the cugtomg , h , fl d h)m at the gteamer anJ embarka. but most Qf rally spent with Taft. The resigna tion of Carter was among the matters taPnn ?Snd a.t,i. u . " co. Atkinson's hunch grew some more na n VACllt ,ill. .T. 1.1 "" ",c 1 " SB"'S humpbacked," said the act! ng gover nor, more proud than ever of his hunch that Carter would remain governor. Miss Roosevelt Is the central figure in Innumerable negatives which are being developed. She was among the first to go ashore, with Secretary Taft, and everyone who had a camera at hand was trying to get a picture of her. She did not seem at all emhnr- fased by lhe obvious attention paid Sylvanus, Mrs. W. C. Achl, Mrs. P. Johnson, Harold Sharpe, Mrs. J. K. Rickard, L. K. Nakea, A. J. flpltiOf, Mrs. M. K. Meemano, Charles Eckardt and two sons, Georgo Renton, Jr., Miss Lllltia Morgan, Miss A. Cornwell and servant, E. K. Hussey, G. G. Seong, J. Grolg, Mrs. James Cornwell, Miss A. Morgan. H. K. L. Castle, Miss Kate Mclntyro Miss Mary Ecknrdt, Mrs. J. F. Eckardt, Miss Mary Kaul, G. F. Maydwell, W. A. Wall, Mrs. P. John ny, J. Coerter, N. Kamorl. Per Stmr. Maul July 14, for Maul ports Brothers Frank, Maurlco and Charles, Mrs. J. Henry, Miss Besslo Henry, Miss K. Hearne, Miss Argus, Mrs. Pnele, Miss A. Buchanan. Fred Baldwin, II. P. Baldwin, Miss Jnno Massoy, Mrs. C. J. Sellander, Miss A. Ogler, Miss Heusuer, J. S. Angus, D. H. Case, Ting Young, James E. Spencer Chung Tal Tong, wife and 5 children, Lum Chong, R. H. Evans, Young Kwnl. NAVAL SALUTE TO TAFT. . As the S. S, Manchuria approached the naval station this morning a snl ute of 17 guns was fired by the battery at that place. A BATTAL1DN TO STAY HERE SECRETARY OF WAR TAFT HAS ALREADY ORDERED INCREASE OF TROOPS FOR HONOLULU. A full battalion of Infantry has been ordered to Hawaii by Secretary of War Tnft. The secretary stated this morn ing that before leaving the Mainland he gave the order that a battalion bo 1 sent to Hawaii, to be permanently sta-J tloned here. The secretary does not know Just what soldiers will come here, J but In obedience to his order, there will soon be a battalion at Camp Mc- j Klnley Instead of merely panles as heretofore. two com- LOST OVERBOARD WALTER SULLIVAN EITHER COM MITTED SUICIDE OR ACCIDENT ALLY FELL OFF THE VESSEL. There was only one Incident during the entire run to mar the recent trip of the S. S. Manchuria to this port. It was enough to sadly depress the pas sengers, for the vessel came Into port this morning with one less passenger than she had started with from San Francisco last Saturday. Walter Sul livan was his name. Wnether he com mitted suicide by Jumping overboard night before last, or else lost his bal ance and fell overboard from the lurch of the vessel, will probably never be known. The opinion .-.mong the passen gers on this matter Is considerably divided. Sullivan was well known In Honolulu having been a class mate at Harvard In 1899 with Walter F. Dillingham and R. W. Atkinson. The young man also boarded In the same house with the two Honolulu men. be downcast about anything. He wan Been about the decs during the even lng as late as 11 o'clock. That was the i. .,o., f i,t, ,.. i...i H'ls room mate missed 'him tlvit night nml whe,i the yollllB mnn falle(1 to np. poar the following morning an Inquiry was a.ie for him. One of his pumps .on- ,mi L . e .m.,.i t, ,'a uuaiu i that he had contemplating suicide. ATJHE PALI SECRETARY OF WAR AND MISS ROOSEVELT WERE AMONG THE CROWD THAT WENT. The drive of the majority of the Taft party to the Pall this morning was a distinct success for tho weather, des plto a few showers, was propitious and the magnificent scenery could not have been seen under better auspices. The reception committee hnd provided eight rigs of different sizes and these were found quite sufficient to accom modate tho visitors and members of the committee who went along to ex plain things. Governor Atkinson had Secretary of War Taft in charge and Miss Roosevelt drovo with Mrs. Fred Macfarlane. Tho different teams ar rived at tho Pall shortly before ten and after the visitors had enjoyed tho scene there was the Inevitable taking of photographs In which Burr Mcintosh was the chief assassin. Tho stay at the Pali was cut short by tho necessity of getting back In time to go to tho Honolulu plantation but during the short sojourn there M. P. Robinson earned the thanks of many by saving their lives with his thoughtfulness. OP JAMES G. FAIR JAMES S. ANGUS OF SAN FRAN CISCO ARRIVES BY THE S. P. MANCHURIA THIS MORNING. James S. Angus of San Francisco was one ot the arriving passengers for Honolulu by the Manchuria this morn ing. Mr. Angus is interested in the re- organized sugar plantation at Harm, and h.n come to look over the proper ty, lie was hero several months .igo for a aity of two or three weeUi. Mr. Angus was for years Interested with James G. Fair and his assoo atcs In the Comstock mines and In their other business enterprises, and was one of tho executors of tho Far will. Few men know tho resources of Cal ifornia and Nevada as Mr. Angus dots, having been actively Identlfi?! in inelr dtvelopment. , Tho County of Maul has adopted a F R 0 vi MANCHURIA ASSOCIATE seal In which the extinct voloano ot Camp McKlnley, requested of the Ar Haleakala, the "Houso of tho Sun," onn rangomont Committee the prlvllego of of the wonders of tho Island and of UIH WUl'IU JlgUIUB cuiwpicuuiiBiy. RAILROADS AND GOVERNMENT TAFT'S OUTLINE OF WORK TO BE DONE IN THE VISIT TO THE PHILIPPINES. A general Investigation of Philippine government affairs, and of proposed railway franchises tn the Islands, Is given by Secretary Taft as the prlncl pal business of his present trip across the ocean. Taft was governor of ths Philippines for several years, and had a highly successful administration. He is very popular among the Filipinos ami other residents of the islands, and will meet with a great reception when he arrives tit Manila. "We shall see how affairs of govern ment are progressing," said the secre tary this morning. "One Important matter to be looked Into Is the grant-1 lng of railroad franchises. There are ! applications for a thousand miles of railway franchise in tho Philippines and these will be considered by us." ALAMEDA PEOPLE E A SORE LOT GOT 01F THE PORT SEVERAL HOURS AHEAD OF MANCHURIA BUT GOT THE GO BY. There was a sore crowd aboard tho S. S. Alameda this morning when the officers saw tho quarantine launch bob past them and go out to the S. S. Manchuria which had Just arrived from San Francisco. Tho Alameda would under ordinary circumstances have been passed first by tho marine hospital service, but tho presence of a Secretary of War and u lot of distinguished peo ple Is not mi ordinary occurrence so, under orders from Washington, thb government officials gave the other boat pratique ahead of tho Alameda which under usual conditions was clearly entitled to It first. The Alameda left San Francisco In the morning of July 8 with seven days later mall. Bets were made that the S. S. Manchuria would beat her to Iort and such was tho general opinion here. But Captain Dowdell surprised everybody nnd let his vessel out. She cleared San Francisco at 12:45 p. m. July 8, passed Diamond Head at 2:25 a. m. this morning and was off port at ' 3:09 "' m" Il0Uls nlleatl of her r8ullr , time nn,l 8eVeral hours before the S. S. Manchuria came up to the anchor age. Tlie actual running tlmo was .1 days 13 hours nnd 40 minutes. Captain Dowdell took his vessel off tho mouth of the harbor and waited for the1 quarantine doctors, expecting that the Alameda would be passed first as she had the mails. It appears that the orders were to pass tho Manchuria ahead of anything nlse, so the rush' trip of tho Alameda had been for naught and the big steamer startel Into the hnrbor ahead of the other vessel. The Alameda saluted tho Manchuria as the latter went past. Tho Alameda landed her mails at 7:15 a. m. DAILY STOCK REPORT Bteween Boards sales: 22 McBryde $S On the board: 12 McBrydo $8. Stocks. Bid. Asked. Ewa 27.50 Haw. Agr. Co 97. 50 Hawaiian Com S2.00 28.00 84.00 Ilawallan Sugar 33.00 Honolu 1B2.S0 Honokaa 17.no Halk 200.00 Kahuku 30.00 Kihel 7.50 Klpahulu McBrydo 7.75 S.50 30.00 8.50 Oahu Sugar Co 113.00 Ookala Sugar Co 7.00 Olaa Sugar Co 5.00 9.00 5.50 Pnl'i 200.00 Pepeekeo Sugar Co. 150.00 145.00 152.00 Plone Waialua Agr. Co 71.00 Walmanalo 153.00 Wnlmea 55.00 Inter-Islnnd 82.50 Haw. Electric 105.00 Hon. R. T. Co. pfd 100.00 Hon. R. T. Co. com Mutual Telephone Oahu Railway 77.50 Haw. Govt. 5s Cal. & Haw. Sug. Ret Co Haiku Sugar Co. Gs 102.50 Haw. Com. Cs 102.50 Haw, Sugar Co 102.50 Hon. R. T. Co. Cs 100.50 Kahuku Cs 100.00 Oahu R. & L. Co. Cs 104.50 u',,,y j.uu Oahu Sugar Cs jqI g 'jj'pg' Olaa Cs Pala Plan Co 102.50 Pioneer Cs 103.00 Waialua Agrl. Cs 101.23 101.75 CONSIDERABLE KICKING. There was a great deal of kicking this morning because of the order keeping tho crowds out of tho enclosed ppace on tho Hackfeld wharf when tho S. S. Manchuria came alongside with the Taft party aboard. Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company has Just completed grinding this year's crop. It amounts to 39,800 tons of sugar, the largest crop ever taken oft any plantation In the world. xX"XxX"X'?'i:":"XKX"X": Major Van Vllet, Commandant at having a company of Infantry at the 1 wimri iu receive wis secretary ui vur. WER PERSONAL FRIENDS ACCOMPANY HER MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT HAS TWO GUESTS ALONG ON THIS TRIP. ONE INTERESTED IN RED CROSS Although MIs Alice Roosevelt Is one of the big Taft Party, still she is accompanied by an inner circle of her friends. Several young women ac quaintances are travelling with her for the trip. Miss Amy McMillan of De troit a daughter or the Into U. S. Senator McMillan of Michigan Is olio and the other Is Miss Mabel Boardman of Washington. The later Is Inter ested In Red Cross work and will make a special effort In Japan to study the workings of that wonderful part of the Japanese military system. All of the young women are accompanied by maids. Mrs. Senator nubols la th official chonerone of Miss Roosevelt nnd her friends, "And what sort of a girl Is Miss Roosevelt?" say tho passengers "Oh she's a bully girl. Sho Is all right. She Is a dear, gentlo llttlo lady who has endeared herself to everybody on board this boat." . Miss Roosevelt was naturally tho center of particular Interest to every body aboard the vessel, members of tho Taft party Included. Many of the Congressional party had seen Miss Roosevelt at Washington but not all had had the opportunity of meeting her personally. Sho took the liveliest in terest in everything aboard tho vessel and especially enjoyed the dance which was given last Monday evening. The pools did not Interest her. There was one very particular rea son for special attention being directed toward Miss Roosevelt and this was the fact of the presence of a gentle man whoso namo has been associated with that of the young woman. RC' presentotive NUiblas Longworth of Ohio is said according to Washington gossip to be an admirer of Miss Roose velt. He showed her much nttcntlon as did other gentlemen on tho vessel, but If anybody looked for the an nouncement of any engagement on the arrival of the vessel at Honolulu, they were disappointed. To tho people from shore who board ed the vessel off the harbor this morn ing. Miss Roosevelt was naturally the most Interesting person and everybody 'looked eagerly for her. Sho did not appear on tho deck of the vessel until the Manchuria entered tho harbor. She was dressed entirely In white, with a stylish straw hat trimmed with bluo 'feathers. She wore two carnation leis and carried a handsome boquet of roses sent from shore. She looks like her photographs. There Is some thing striking In her appearance and she carries herself with an air thnt I would mark her among women even ' though she were not tho daughter of the First Citizen of the land, FREE TRADE WITH THE PHILIPPINES SFCRETARY TAFT SAYS HE WANTS IT AS SOON AS IT CAN BE HAD. , Free trade with the Philippines, is jTaft's policy, as soon us treaty obllga- t Ions will nllnw It. fPhr Rpprptnw unl.l this morning that he was In favor of removing ull tariff barlers as soon as It could bo done. As Taft Is a nresl- dentlal probability, his views are of the greatest importance. Taft Is a friend of tho Philippines, having start- ' ed the Islands on their career as Amer- lean territory, and he takes special In- terest In them. 1 "I am In favor of a twenty-five per cent reduction ot tariffs on Philippine mpoit.ttloiis at once," said the secre- tary, "and am In favor of free trade with them 1n January, 1909, which Is the date on which our treaty obllga- tions in the matter will expire. By the terms of tho treaty wo nre reuulrod to give Spain equal privileges with our- 'selves In tho matter of trade condi- lions, up to January, 1909.' I TO. INSPECT STANLEY DOLLAR. I Cnptaln John Bermlngham, the chief Inspector of hulls and boilers at San Francisco, arrived by tho S. Jj, Mnn- ,u" churln today for tne purpose of In 100.50 meeting the S. S. Stanley Dollar with a view to determining whether sho can be grantod a license to carry passen- I gers. H. R. BURR1LL IS HERE. Apparently the excellence of tho cor respondence sent from Honolulu to the mainland has deterred nearly all of I me papers rroin seuuing special men along with tho Taft party. H. R. Bur- however, la along representing the ew 1 one iriuune. lie is a newspa per man of national reputation and the result of his Impressions of Hawaii will bo watched for with Interest. HALEIWA. The Haletwa Hotel, Honolulu's fa mous country resort, on the lino of the Oahu Railway, contains every modorn Improvement and affords Its guests an opportunity to enjoy all amusements C'.golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and salt water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding and driving. Tickets, Including rail way faro and one full day's room and board, are sold at the Honolulu Station and Trent & Company for $5. For de parture of trains, consult time table. On Sundays, the Halelwa Limited, a two hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. tn. returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10 p. m. Want ads In The Star bring quick re suits Three lines three times for 2i .cents. WHY NOT RENT A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX In a modern steel vault and feel that your valu ables are secure? FIVE DOLLARS a year pays for one, Caii and sec us about it. BOATS FOR SURFING. The reception committee has ar ranged for the service of every avail able surf boat for tho use of the olty'a guests this afternoon. Competent sa tive boatmen have been engaged ami the people from far off will be given a rare treat If they go out Moanawards, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of Wm. G. Irwin ft Co., Ltd., will be held at the olllce of the Company on Fort street, on Wednesday, tho 19th Inst., at 3 o'clock. Business: Election or officers and such other business as may present itself. RICHARD I VERS, Secretary. TERRITORY OF HAWAII". COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION. TERRITORY OF HAWAII to THE TRUSTEES UNDER THE WILL) OF S. C. ALLEN, as follows: BATHSHEHA M. ALLEN, PAUI4 MUHLENDORF, and MARK P. ROBINSON; the TERRITORY OF HAWAII by LORltIN ANDREWS, Attorney General and to all whom It may concern: Whereas, a petition has been pre sented to said Court by Rosalie G03 llnsky Phillips to register and confirm her title in the following described land: Beginning at a point on tho West lino of Kewalo Street, on the mauka or Northerly line of the Government ditch eservntlon which point bears by truo azimuth 223 Dog. 35 Mln. and Is distant 335 43-100 feet from tho North corner of Kewalo Street and Wilder Avenuo ind running by true azimuths: 1. 223 deg. 35 mill. 78.9 feet alone Kewalo Street, 2. 133 deg. 33 mln., 140.0 feet alone remaining portion of Grant No. 2788. 3. 43 (leg. 35 mln. 114.8 feet alone same to government ditch reservation. 4. 299 dcg. 15 mln. 144.52 feet along ditch reservation to the point of be ginning: Containing an nrea of 13,559 squaro feet, and being lot of land on Kowalo street, Honolulu, County of Oahu, Ter ritory of Hawaii. You are hereby cited to appear at the Court of iiind Registration, to be held nt Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on tho 4th day of September A. D. 1905 at 0110 o'clock and thirty minutes In the nfternoon to show lenuse, If any, you have, why the prayer of said po- Itlon should not be granted. And unless you appear at said Court at tho time and place aforesaid your default will be recorded, and the wild petition will bo taken ns confessed, and you will be forovor barred from contest ing said petition or any decree entered thereon. Witness. PHILIP L. WEAVER, Es quire, Judge of said Court, this 13th dny of July In tho yenr nineteen hun dred nnd live Attest with Seal of said Court. (Seal) W. L. HOWARD, Registrar. No. 40. 4 is July 14, 21. 2S, Aug. 4, .10TICU. OF SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCK HOLDERS OF THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COM PANY. Notice Is hereby given that a special meeting of tho Stockholders of the, Inter-Island .Hteam Navigation Co., has boon called by the President and will bo held at tho Company's office In Honolulu, Oahu on Monday tho twenty-fourth day of July 1905 at two o'clock p. m., tho purposes of such meeting to p. m. ,the purposoB of said meeting to amend the charter of the company and a proposal to amend tho company's By laws and such other buslnetw as may be presented. C, H. CLAPP. Secretary, Honolulu, T. H.. July 12, 1905. MEETING NOTICE. The adjourned annual meeting of Tho Hawaiian Star Newspapor Association, Ltd.. will be hold on Saturday, July 15, 1905,3:30 p. m., at tho olllce of the com pany, Mclnerny Block, Honolulu, Ha waii. E. A. BISRNDT, Secretary. Honolulu, July 12, 1906.