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THE HAWAIIAN STAIt, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1904.
BIGHT .Irridesoent Shells,... NBW LOT JUST RECEIVED. WONAN'S EXCHANGE Hotel Street near Fort. PACHECO'S jOont't Suffer ! In these hot d.iys hundreds of people euffer with prickly heat; one applica tion of '. i Pacheco's Dandruff Killer KffordB instant relief. Try it. Sold bj nil Druggists and at the Union Barber Shop. Tel. Main 232. rime Olives We Have just received from the Coast a choice consignment o, trgc, green olives, In the beet of condition. These olives at very delicious and are large -1 oad Arm. Wo sell them In bulk and you will And them of super ior quality to those usually sold ill bottles. Limited Telephone Main 45 NEW Coming Season JUST RECEIVED INCLUDING 190o IBB alls T7e s.re also prepared to fur nMt New Awnings and Verandah O-rtalua, or Recover Your Old A.tming frames. ew Underwood AND MANY MAKES OF SECOND-HAND Typewriters AND ALL VARIETIES OF T W Papers and Supplies 3?oavson & Potter k.,Ltd. 931 Fort Street, 3 jguua ,;,r FOR THE Ni:V AOVUKTlSEMfciVTS. Land Court Notice Page ." Jas. F. Morgan Page S Lowers & Cooke Page 0 H. May & Co Page 2 N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Page 5 Meeting Notlre Pair NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Paragraph That Giro Condensed News of tho Day. WEATHER REPORT. U. S. Weather Bureau Onice, Youns Building. Temperatures 0 n. m 70; S n. in., "G; 10 a. m., if!" noon, "S. Morning mini mum, 70. Barometer, S a. m., 20.S1; ubsoluto humidity, S a. in., 7.134 grains per cubic foot; relative humidity, S a. m., 77 per cent; dew point, 8 a. ni., 09. Wind Velocity, C n. m., 1, W.; S ... m., C, W.; 10 a. in., 14, SW.; noon, 11, SW. Rainfall during 24 hours ended S a. m., .22 miles. Total wind movement during 21 hours ended at noon, 75 miles. ALEX. McC. ASHLEY, Section Director. X The S. S. Manchuria will sail nt y r:30 o'clock this afternoon from X the Hackfeld wharf. No visitors : y will be allowed to go aboard the vessel after G n. m. J XX'WX"'X"X"'X"X"X"X"X,9 The annual meeting of Wm. G. Irwin & Co. will bo held on July 10th. Representative D. E. McKlnley of California Is a member of the Taft party. Rubinstein vs. Hackfeld, the tobacco agency case, is set for hearing on Mon day next. A barkentine supposed to bo the Irm gard was sighted off Koko Head this morning. Beets: July 13, 9 shillings, 0 pence.. Last previous quotation, July 12, 0 shil lings, HVi pence. Beginning today there will bo but one session of the Stock Exchange hereafter, the morning session. Phospho Cereal breakfast foods con tain all the virtue of the grain without the digestive strain. Henry May & Co. Harness, netting, plows, hose, tools and n quantity of other articles suit able for a farm will be sold by Morgan on July 19. In the San Francisco Chronicle of July 5, Governor Carter is quoted as saying that he had resigned in good faith as governor and intended to re tire. Maria J. and John E. Bush by their attorney, C. W. Ashford, enter a de murrer to the bill for foreclosure of mortgage brought bj- W. W. Chnmber laln. The procession of carriages from all directions toward the Hackfeld wharf this morning, was like the Eleventh of June processions to ther ace track used to be. Though it was tho Secretary of War who was coming, tho National Guard was not Invited to turn out to receive him. It was Invited to turn out to re ceive Prince Lun and Prince Fushlml. The Taft party was late returning from the plantation trip and the luncheon at the Royal Hawllan Hotel u.is scheduled for 12:30 p. m. did not rommence until nearly an hour later. f!o to Sachs and Inspect the season's novelties in ready-to-wear apparel and choke wash fabrics. These goods have just been opened up and are remark eble for their cheapness and sterling quality. When in need of cement that will do your work and do It to please you, do not fail to use Golden Qato Cement, j ia)ok in our wmuow ana see photos nt notable work wherein this cement was used. Lewers & Coove. Friends of tho intended bride of J. P. Ounan, the electric car conductor who lighted out for San Francisco the even ing he was going to be married, are lf-ported as declaring that she refused to have him and this was why ho left Honolulu. Wind up a week of unusual attrac tions by going to tho Honolulu Sym phony Society's concert at the Castle grounds at Walklkl tomorrow night. It will be moonlight and a splendid pro gram has been arranged. Tho price of admission is only CO cents. "The Royal Hawaiian Quintette Club." furnished the music for tho Fourth of July at the Hotel Tuxedo, 1n the Santa Cruz mountains, according to the announcement on a copy of the menu card received today from Man ager Francis W. Smith. The Taft party paid a flying visit to the Honolulu Plantation this morning after the drive to the Pall. A special train waited for them and they were taken through In rapid time. The visit to the plantation and the refinery was one of the pleasantost incidents of lha trip. VISITED PEARL HARBOR. Representative Koss and several others of the Taft party went down to Pearl Harbor this morning returning this afternoon. They made a thorough inspection of the property which has bocome the charge of the naval au thorities and note was taken pf the very many requirements there. CHOICE ALGARQBA. SAWED AND SPLIT 255 OR IN 4 FEETLENGTHS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. LEAVE ORDERS WITH W. W. DIMOND & CO. Agents for East Nlu Ranch. 1 TAFT PART! ATL UNCHEON (Continued from page one.) enn citizens who are able to look after their own affairs." Atkinson referred to the establish ment of county government and said that the next legislature Vfould prob ably decentralize the government of tho islands oven more. Reference was also made In the acting governor's speech to tho need of fortifications here. "Hawaii Is nore Important to the United States." said the acting governor In this connection, "than the Philippines will ever be. Atkinson closed with a very warm welcome t'o all the guests of the day. The visitors, amid much music, pro ceeded to enjoy an elaborate luncheon, The secretary of war, the acting gov ernor, Miss Roosevelt nnd Mrs. Atkln son, occupied the table at the front of nil, and from this table Secretary Taft delivered nn address 1n response to a toast t'o "The President." GOT FIRSTFLOWERS BIG BOUQUETS C)"F ROSES FOR MISS ROOSEVELT WERE THE FIRST AT THE MANCHURIA. Senator Warren of Wyoming was one of tho visitors of the day who had friends awaiting him. District At torney Breckons was one of those who went to tho Manchuria In the custom launch, and lie had two large bouquets of roses, which the senator had spoken for, with Intimation that ho didn't want his ilowors to be second in getting aboard. As it was they were tho first and tho AVyomlng Senator therefore had tho first Hawaii bouquets to reach tho steamer. They at once became tho property of Miss Alice Roosevelt. Post master Pratt is another local friend of the Wyomlnf senator and Warren was Pratt's guest at a reception. S, J, ELLEN FOSTER HERE A NOTABLE AND EFFECTIVE SPEAKER AND A CAPABLE OR GANIZER. Mrs. J. Ellen Fester who Is on her way to the Philippines and around the world to study tho industrial condition of women and children, was a guest of Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Wndman dur ing the stay lof the Manchuria in port. She also brought letters of introduction to Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Brown. Mrs. Foster Is a notable woman In temperance and reformatory work. She Is ii most effective public speaker, and wa capable organizer. Tho cre dit for carrying Utah and other Rocky mountain states, by Mich handsomo majorities, for Roosevelt and Fair banks was largely given to her by tho National Committee. The San Francisco Call of July 5 has the following interview with Governor Carter, given at the St. Francis Hotel In that city: "The result "of the election did not please me, will dmlt," said Carter yesterday, "but that was only one lit tle incident and taken by Itself would never have suggested any thought of retirement. The full reason for my sending in my resrgnation is a long story and one I do not feel at liberty to toll at this time. I will say this much, however. As territorial Gover nor I represented In Hawaii the Presi dent of tho United States. The Presi dent is a man of decided views. I have views of my own In regard to Hawaii an matters and I folt that In somo things my views differed from those of President Roosevelt. "I am going to Washington to have a long talk with the President and my real reason for placing my resignation In his hands was fa avoid any embar rassment in the event of his deciding to place bomebody else at the helm 'n Hawaii." E "There Is no intention to allow any more Chinese of the coolie class to en ter the United States," said Secretary of War Taft this morning, in discuss ing the matter of the exclusion law. Secretary Taft nnd the President have ordered a change In the enforcement of the law, by which tho Chinese will be given more courteous treatment and in some sections of tho country it is claimed that this is a beginning of let ting down the bars against Chinese im migration. "The idea Is simply to treat the Chi nese who have n right to enter with moro courtesy than they have been given," said tho secretary of war. "There is not any intention to allow coolies to enter, any more than here tofore." The secretary's attention was callid to the fact that Hawaii would like to have some coolies as laborers under certain conditions, but he did not dis cuss the matter, his only observation being that there was no Intention to al low any coolies to enter America, TOR WARREN WHY CARTER RESIGNED OT ADMIT COO James F. Morgan, AUCTIONEER AND BROKER, BK-857 Kaahumanu St. Teh Mala 72 P. O Bos 694. AUCTION SALE OF Farmers' Supplies ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., At the Brewer Co. warehouse, Queen street, near Maunakea street, 1 will sell at public auction, Harness, Netting, Pumps, Bellows, Plow, Hose, Tools, Hog food, And a quantity of other articles suit able for a farm. Articles can be seen by application at my olllce previous to sale. JAA1I5S F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE ON SATURDAY, JULY 15, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. On lot situate on corner of Emma Square and Emma Street, lately occu pled by D. P. Peterson. Sale takes place on the grounds. JAMUS F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE ON SATURDAY, JULY 15, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my land salesroom; S3" Kaahu manu street. THAT CERTAIN LOT OF LAND situate Kewalo, being lot Number 4, Block Number 1, Kewalo Lots, Hono lulu, portion of R. P. G716, L. C. A. 10605. For further particulars apply. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER STUDY COMMERCE OF PAR EAST W. J. Johnstone f the American Ex porter of New York, Is among the passengers on the Manchuria, en route for tho Philippines. Ho Is going to make a study of American commerce in tho Far East. The United States is not getting her share of the busi ness nnd Johnstone will undertake a study of the conditions with a view to ascertaining what Is necessary for America to achieve more success in the competition. He will probably go ?o Australia on a similar mission, after the present work is finished. ALICE SURF RIDING Walklkl was the resort of the Taft party this afternoon. After the lunch eon at the Hawaiian Hotel a majority of the visitors took aumobiles or oth er vehicles for the Moana Hotel, where surf riding had been arranged for them. Miss Alee Roosevelt had her first experience as a surf rider and Sec rotary Taft also had a chance to en Joy the novel sport of riding surf In .i Hawaiian boat. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. A great many words of praise are chmlng to different people for the suc cessful outcome of the reception today hut to no people did there como wnrmoi praise than to Fred Church, manager of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, and his estimable wife, for the thoroughly charming manner in which they car ried off an exceedingly difficult propo sition. PASSENGERS. Per S. S. Manchuria, July 14, for the Coast: A. S. Giles and wife, F. M. Swanzy, C. L. Wight, A. J. Storm, Dr. T. Yamamoto, K. ltobayashl, wife and 3 children, A. W. Harth and wife, II . C. van der Horst, Percy van der Horst, Col. Hepburn, A. K. Ozawa. BURR MACKINTOSH HERE. Editor Burr Mackintosh, of tho well known Burr Mackintosh Illustrated periodical. Is ono of those on board tho Manchuria. Ho Is accompanying tho Taft party as a photographer and press representative. Burr Mackintosh re- I presents the Associated Press and oth er organizations and is securing a lot of vuluublo pictures. TAFT PARTY 6URF RIDING. After the luncheon nt the Hawaiian Hotel this afternoon the Taft party was practically free from engagements and ns a result most of them went out to tho beach at Walklkl whore the nov elty of surf boating was Indulged in. They spent a nist enjoyable afternoon. FRENCH AND GERMAN LESSONS. Fronoh German In 5 weeks. Class es at Y. M. C. A. French, 9 a. m., 3:30 Xnd 7p. m. German, 4:30 an4 8 p, m, Come and bring your friends. . .!' . .;,,.., WOODEN BUILDINGS ZENOLEUM FOR THE HOME, THE HOSPITAL, THE KITCHEN, THE STABLE. It will kill the ticks and fleas on your dog and will positively cure the mange or any other skin disease. m We now have Zcnoleum in 16-ounce bottles with screw .cap in the cork, which makes a very handy container for family use. We also have a good stock in gallon cans for use on Ranches, In Dairies, &c. For Horn Flys use i part Zcnoleum, i part Cotton Seed Oil and 15 parts of Water and you have the best spray ever made to keep cattle free from Horn or other Flys. Zcnoleum is NON-POI SONOUS. 16-ounce bottles 40 cents each. Try one. E. 0. HALL a s. i lt ii LcMUCy 3LCpiiCIA2rtJIi Decorator PHONE 420. Your business is not thoroughly equipped without an Fresh Bottled Bock Beer $2. oo PER DOZEN QUARTS. LIQUOR MERCHANT AND ALAKEA THE NEW PROCESS GAS RANGE It possesses that quality which guar antees convenience, durability and Low Gas Bills. Call at St- e and see demonstration. ALL 11ANGES SOLD ON EASY TERMS, Pioneer Gas till & SON; LTD POLITICS AND PRIMO ARE ON THE BEST OF TERMS. THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE IN THE EXCEL LENT QUALITY OF Prima Lager NOW THAT IT IS BREWED IN THE COUNTY OF OAHU. NEITHER CHANGE OF GOVERNMENT NOR SEASON IS ABLE TO AFFECT ITS FAMOUS GOODNESS. Experience teaches and is always a safe guide. We claim to know some thing about Painting and Decorating and after thirty years' experience of the best class of work, our claim is no 5 vain boast. Call In and talk with us and see our latest schemes for Home Decoration. - ,. - r - v - . Painter and 137 KING STREET. DEALERS. STREETS. TEL. MAIN 49. III? BJLUJL1U I Lid mono & uo.. Range House