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HONOLULU, HAWAII. SATURDAY, JULY 15, ' 1905.
I VOLUME XIII.
No. 4153
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MISSIONARY STEAM SCHOONER MORNING STAR ARRIVED THIS
MORNING FROM GILBERT AND CAROLINE ISLANDS WITH NEWS
, OP THE DAMAGE WROUGHT BY THE STORM LAST APRIL MANY
LIVES LOST AND GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY.
With details of the disastrous hurri
cane that devastated part of the Caro
line Islands last April, the missionary
schooner Morning Star arrived this
morning from the Caroline and Gilbert
Islands. The vessel came fora two
fold purpose. She Is to undergo some
needed repairs and Is take on the an
nual stock of stores for tho missions
of the Line Islands.
Captain G. F. Garld, the master of
tho vessel, tells an Interesting story of
the hurricane. He says that the storm
broke on April 19 and lasted that day
ond most of the following night. Th3
destruction that was wrought was the
most disastrous In recent hlstpry of tho
BIG CHANGE
IS PENDING
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN LINE HAS IN ALL PROBABILITY DECIDED
TO ELIMINATE THE LONG ROUTE BY STRAITS OF MAGELLAN
AND TRANSHIP FREIGHT ACROSS THE MEXICAN TEHUANTE
PEC RAILWAY&WILL AFFECT HAWAII VERY MATERIALLY.
Reference was made In tho cablo
dispatch from New York yesterday to
a contract which tho American-Hawaiian
S. S. Companp has made vltn
tho government to perform tho Te
huantepec national transpoit bu-1-ncss
between the Atlantic and tho Pa
cific until the isthmian road had been
completed. This dispatch Is evidently
in error in tho most material respects
and no Idea Is conveyed of tho real pin -poso
pf the contract. Thoro aro gen
eral Indications which go to show that
the Amorlcan-Hnwallan lino has in
contemplation-, some very extensive
plans for a material changp In Its
present system of operations. Noth-
ing de'rtnlto can bo learned hero of tho
matter alhough the mninland Is ovl-
dently aware of the plans of the corn-
pany.
BY THE ALAMEDA.
The S. S. Alameda brought a choice
lot of good things for J. M. Levy & Co.
Included in the assortment are some
of the toothsome nutmeg mellons.
'Pbone Main 149.
NEW ANIMALS AT THE ZOO.
' The Kalmukl Zoo lias Just received
per S. S. Alameda tne following new
animals: W id Cat, Ring Tall Possum,
Storks, Coyote Crows, etc. Take a
trip to tho Zoo and see the animals and
birds and get some fresh, cool breezes.
TALK-A-PHONE
The new Talk-a-Phono give3 same
results as the Victor at half the cost.
Demonstration of this fact dally in our
show room. 10-ln. Records only $4.b0
doz. Honolulu Agency with Wall,
Nichols.
Caution
Pavs
In the matter of the care of val
uable documents. The only way J
to secure absolute Immunity
from loss In this respect is to
rent a safe-deposit box In our
fire-proof vault. It will cost you
but $5.00 a year. You can pay
the money quarterly or i-t the
rate of, fifty cents per month 'f
you so desire. You are furnish
ed with an Individual key and
when you want to examine your
papers a private room is placed
at your disposal.
Fort Street,
Honolulu
Al nil
islands. Practically all of the eastern
Carolines were devastated by tho
storm. All suffered alike. With one
exception every buttering owned by the
American Board of Foreign Missions
was levelled to the ground by the
storm. Every native house and hut In
that part of the Islands was blown
dpwn and most of tne trees were level
ed. The cocoanut crop and other food
supplies of the natives were ruined.
Several years will elapse before the
natives can recover from the losses
sustained through the storm. About
nineteen natives throughout the Islands
(Continued on page five )
News by the San Francisco news-
papers yesterday contains Information
whlch has bearing on the case. This
Information Is to tho effect that tho
American-Hawaiian lino had contract
ed with the Union Iron Works for the
construction of two new S50 foot steam
ers. This new cntract was necessary
by the Increaso and prospective In
creaso In tho company's business.
This fact taken In connection with
tho dispatch from New York shows
that the company is evidently going
to eliminate the long route around
South America through the Straits of
Magellan and instead of making that
long trip, will divide the lleet and oper-
ate from the Hawaiian Islands and Pa-
clfic Coast to the Gulf of Tehuantepec
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(Continued on page five.)
Judge Dole yesterday allowed the
steamer Stanley Dollar and owners ten
days In which tr plead to the many
libels In admiralty against them.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL 1'OU 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 once
For sale by all dealers. Benson Smith
& Co., agents for Hawaii.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
When a friend tells you about some
thing particularly nice and novel in
wash fabrics or ready-to-wear apparel
go to Sachs', and you will be shown
the goods. This season has been pro
Ilflc of novelties and Sachs has them
all. Tho big store Is now showing
newly-opened-up goods.
SOMETHING TO PLEASE.
Fine framed pictures at just orlg
lnal price fit for a king at ArleJgh's
Stationery Store.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
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 In
formation. Limited
P. O. BOX 781.
PHONE MAIN 117.
HONOLULU, T. H.
PEASANT
(Associated Press-
ODESSA, July 15. The landed proprietors are fearing an outbreak of
riots, arson and murder. With a view to pacifying the peasants, tho land
owners are granting them one-third of their croiis and llvo stock.
NEARING PEACE
PARIS, July 15. The Russian peace plenipotentiaries will sail for Wash
ington on July 26.
SHOT BY YOUNG WIFE
3AN ."OSE, July 15. Gustav Ileutor. formerly a prominent S.in Fran
cisco merchant, was shot and killed by his yountj wito. She claims to havo
acted in self defense. i
SAN FRANCISCO, July 15. Eugene Bert, pivsidi nt of tho FaclnV Coast
Baseball League, has received a serious wound by accidentally shooting him-self.
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WORK DELAYED1
SECRETARY McCLELLAN NOT
VERY HOPEFUL ABOUT GETTING
-AN-IMMEDIATE APPROPRIATION.
G. B. McClellan, secretary to Dele
gate to Gcmgress Kalanlannole, was
among the passengers on the Manchu
ria yesterday,, returning from Wash
ington. He had discussions with a
large number of the congressmen au.l
c.iators, ond gave them mucn Infor
mation about Island affairs. Among
tho matters discussed were the im
provement of Pearl Harbor and the
possibility of some reimbursement of
Hawaii Cor her large customs pay
ments.
"The members of the naval commit
tee and others appeared to be very
non-committal," said McClellan, "In
discussing Pearl Harbor improvements,
when the matter of Immediate appro
priations was talked. This was notice
able yesterday during the trip to Pearl
Harbor. It Is very good for us to have
had Chairman Foss of this committee
here, but it would bo a good thing It
wo could have also some of tho Naval
Board. The fact that we have not had
any of them makes It dllllcult to gft an
appropriation. The estimates come
from the Naval Board, and the work
of the committee Is usually that of eli
mination of Items rather than putting
new ones In, so that It Is dlfllcult to
start an appropriation unless tho Na
val Board acts.
"As to the reapproprlatlon of some of
tho customs duties for Hawaii, it ap
pears to be the opinion of sucii lead
ers as Payne, i chairman of the House
Ways and Means Committee, that we
can do better by asking for direct ap
propriations, rather than for such a re
appropriation. The Idea of returning
our revenues does not seom to appeal
to tho leaders and would probably
met with the opposition of Payne and
others.
The traveling members of the Con
gress aro a very open-minded lot, anx
ious to learn all they can about tho
conditions for which they are to legis
late." While In Washington Secretary Mc
Clellan engaged General W. W. Dudley
ns counsel for Kulilo rn the Iaukea con
test. General Dudley has had much
experience in such work. He went over
the evidence with McClellan and at the
conclusion of his examination of the
case expressed confidence In the out
come. THE DOLLAR FREE3
The steamer Stnnloy Dollar Is frco to
go with all the passengers sho can
carry, provided that sho can clear her
self from the numerous libels brought
against hor by Jnpanose. Inspector
Birmingham, who arrived hero yoster
day from tho coast, this morning exa
mined the vobboI and gave iior a II-
conso to carry passengers, and It was
arranged that sho should clear thw
afternoon.
Another large libel ult wan In pre
paration for the vessel thin morning.
LANDSKRPNA SAILED TODAY,
The bark Landikrona sailed this
morning in ballat for P-rt Townnend.
HARBOR
Cable to The Star).
VERY BAD FRACTURE
RUNAWAY HORSE FELL ON LEFT
LEG OF SUPERINTENDENT
BREAKING BONE NEAR ANKLE.
Superintendent Jack McVeigh of tho
leper settlement did not arrive by the
steamer Llkellko this morning. The
vessel "called at Knlaupapa for Mc
Veigh but Dr. Goodhuo the govern
ment surgeon decided Hint It 'would
bo very unwise to move McVeigh while
the lnttor's leg was In Its present con
dition so tho superintendent will prob
ably remain at tho leper setlemcnt for
some weeks.
The mbhap to McVeigh occurred last
Thursdny morning. He was riding a
fractious horse In Knlaupapa and the
animal bolted. McVeigh gavo tho
horso rein for a short distance and then
pulled him In. The road was rocky
and tho horso fell on McVeigh. Tho
latter's left leg was caught under the
horso and broken in three places near
the ankle. Tho Injury was very se
rious, although not likely to perma
nently deprive McVeigh of the use of
tho leg. Dr. Goodhue said that It
would bo wlsi r to keep McVeigh at th
settlement for the present Instead of
moving him as the broken limb will
bo put Into a cast today. Tho swelling
had subsided considerably last night
when tho Likellke put In nt Kalaupapa.
SELL EXTRA
C. L. WIGHT OF THE INTER-ISL
AND COMPANY LEFT LAST
NIGHT FOR A TRIP TO ORIENT.
C. L. Wight loft by tho S. S. Man
churia yesterday for a threo months
vacation In tho Orient. While his trip
Is taken ostensibly for a vacation, it
Is understood that ho will while In tho
Orient, endonvor to dispose of some
of tho extra steamers of tho Inter-
Islnnd Steam' Navigation Company
There are 'three or four wooden vessels
which would be excellent boats for
inter-Island trado about Japan and
oven tho Philippines. Ho will offer
them It Is snld, for sale.
PROMOTION FOR SERVICE.
Frederick Jo.sepl.son the chief mas
ter-at-arms of tho U. S. S. Iroquois
has boon promoted to be mate In tho
navy. This promotion takes Joseph
son out of tho list of petty officers and
makes him a warrant ofllcer. His
present nppolntmcnt Is for life, where
as his formor vas by four year enlist
mom. Josophson has been 25 yoars In
the navy. IIo has a flno record and
his promotion was mado on that ac
count.
iURT BY AUTOMOBILE.
Moon Sing a laundrymnn was run
ovor by an automobile tills morning
on the Walkikl road near Lewers Lane,
The Chinese sustained a fracture uf th
left arm and left forearm. Ho was
attended at the Queen's Hospital.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
M'lEIG
SUSTAINED
MAY
ISLAND
STEAMERS
A TRIBUNE OF
THE PEOPLE
JAMES B. DILL ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN TRUST AND CORPORA
TION LAWYERS IN NEW JERSEY ABANDONS A PRACTICE WORTH
$500,000 A YEAR TO .'.CCEl'T A JUDGESHIP AT 13,000, BECAUSE HQ
BELIEVES IT H'lS DUTY.
NEW YORK, July C James, T5i' B-Ut,
one of tho foremost corporrtt!6h law
yers of America was appointed today
by tho Governor of New Jersey Judge
of the Court of Errors and Appeals of
that state. Ho surrenders an Income
of $300,000 a year from his law practice
to become a Judge with a salary of
$3000 a year. His last private act was
to refuse a retainer of $23,000 offered
f an lnsuranco financier.
Although maintaining his residence
n New Jersey, Dill has been consid
ered a Now York luwyer. His olllce Is
In the heart of th New York llnnn-
Inl region. Many great trusts havo
been his clients; Indeed, he was tho
legal father of scores of them, and ho
has been sought in consultation In
-o-
PREPARE
mLz:'n: - v - .-.via.
(Ml
LANDOPENINGS
LAND OFFICE AND SURVEY DEPARTMENT BOTH GIVING ALL
TIME TO THE PREPARATION OF LISTS AND RECORDS SHOW
ING WHAT GOVERNMENT LANDS THERE ARE AVAILABLE IN
THE ISLANDS FOR SETTLEMENT.
The Territorial land olllce and sur
vey department aro hard nt work upon
a complete new list of the available
government lands for sottlomont. This
Is a preliminary to tho offorts which
SHIRT WAIST SALE.
Shirt Waists for 3 days on special
sale, a new lot ot summer waists just
opened. See window display and tho
tiny prices at Pacific Import Co. .
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Lutted's Hawaiian for in Pound Can
for sale by all druggists and grocers.
Automobiles can be hired day
night at Club Susies, Fort street.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
WDER
Absolutely Pure
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
PQ
nearly evory Important financial liti
gation. Capitalists, promoters, bankers, brokt
ers und even his brother corporation
lawyers are nsKing wny no nns aono
it. Dill Is silent, but a friend of his ,
speaking for him, said today: "Dill ;
leeis tnnt iiio time lias come wlien a
Or'
corporation lawyer must decide upon
which side he will ally himself, whe--ther
on the side of honesty, f law ant
of justice or with tho financial schem
ers who grow more doflnnt of tho law
each year and make demands upon
tholr lawyers for services that conflict
with their conscientious scruples. ITo
goes on tho Court of Errors and Ap
peals bench not ns tho friend ot cor
porations, but ns a stem and fearless
judge."
FOR
are to be mnde to bring settlers here
and provide thorn with homesteads, a
policy upon which Acting Governor At-
(Contlnued on page live.)
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Price, S4.50
This shoo looks remarkably well and
possesses wearing qualities unequalled
in many more expensive snoos. it is
In every sense of the term a gentle
men's shoo and Is admirably adapted
to summer wear, xne very newosi
style.
LIMITED.
1011 FORT STRBUST
"TOBASCO"
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