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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY. OCTOBER G, 1905.
The Wery Latest Novelties ,
From Fashion's Genters
The S. S. Alameda brought us a quantity ot new goods for
us which Avere personally selected by Mr. Sachs during his
recent eastern trip Among the assortment are:
'.in Appliques in white, bream, black and fancy colors. In silk
A beautiful line in cream, white and black, with insertions
'and allovers to match in the popular rose point effects. These
goods must be seen to be fully appreciated. ' . '.
The new eyelet style in silk and cotton.
:. PERSIAN BAND TRIMMING
in navy, cadet, green and brown.
; EYELET ALLOVER EMBROIDERY.
A novelty and strikingly attractive.
Rose point designs hi cream color, white and black.
FANCY JEWELED BERTHAS
in white and black.
An exceptionally fine assortment.
RAINBOW SILK BELTS",'
and a fine selection of girdles.
U. Ml' M BOOM. LI.
BOARD OF HEALTHTO DELAY ACTION REGARDING CEMETERIES
UNTIL THE HEAD OF THE LOCAL CATHOLIC CHURCH RETURNS
NEXT MONTH BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO BE ASKED TO REG
ULATE ESTABLISHMENT OF CEMETERIES.
Tile city cemetery proposition Is to
be held In abeyance to uwalt the re
turn of Bishop Libert of the Catholic
churcht who is expected here next
month. This la because one or the
cemeteries which are most objected to
by the Board of Health Is the Catholic
cemetery on King street, and the Board
does not wish to take any action with
out consulting him.
The cemetery proposition as It is
before the board is a movement to closo
all the cemeteries In towm In each
of them It has been found practically
Impossible to dig a grave without un
earthing "did corpses, rind in many
localities the grave diggers soon reach
tho water level ,and interments tako
place In water. These conditions are
regarded as unhealthful, and the Board
of Health has been trying for many
months to remedy the matter.
Bishop Libert, accompanied by Father
Valentin, has been on a visit to tho
Pope. He Is now on his way back, and
Is expected here next month. If the
Board of Health closes the Catholic
cemetery on King Street the Catholics
will probably want to arrange for an
other and the bishop will be called Into
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PRINCESS THERESA AND PRINCE; jn'p rooma otthe Y. M. C. A. when there
. FERDINANDO HAD AN INFOR-'were twelve ladies present. Mrs. Eliza-
tM AL INTRODUCTION YESTERDAY
Princess Theresa Wilcox held an impromptu-reception
do and other pfflcers of the Italian ,
cruiser waiaoria yesieruay aiternoon.
It had been the intention of tho Prln-
cess to entertain 'the Italian prlnco in
any event, but there was a charming
simplicity nnd an absence of formal-
ity about yesterday's reception which
must have proved attractive to the
ioyai, nooie and gallant visitors. passed nt the recent meeting ot the
Of course It will be remembered that Associated Charities, when It was urg
the late Robert W. Wilcox was educaed that there was need of a trained
ed at the Royal military schools of Ita-;,UirSe to visit the city schools, and it
iy, permission having been graciously Wub pointed out that ever since the
given by the lUng of Italy. Naturally establishment of the kindergarten, Mrs.
then the princess has much aloha for u. Thompson had done the work of a
Italians and the visitors, in turn, made trained nurse for them. The ladles
immediate enquiries as to her when present Joined In a chorous of praise
they landed. for the Selr-sacr!flcliig devotion of Mrs.
It happened yesterday that when Thompson, who not only goes to the
Prince Ferdlnando landed yesterday af- Kindergarten and looks nfter the chll-
ternoon ho engaged Joe Lucas' hack.dren there but also visits the homes of
for a drive up town. He asked Joo
'where he could find Princess Thoresa
and Joe, who speaks Italian of the pur
est variety undertook to show him and
his brother officers. Just us they pass
ed the corner of King and Merchant
streets who should appear but the prin
cess herself. Thus It became the duty
of Joe Lucas to draw together royalty
from very widely separated portions of
the world. He made the introductions
and the princess graciously assented
to Join the Italian officers. She show
ed them about the town, pointed out
the most Interesting curios in shops
where they desired to make purchases,
and finally took them to her own home
where, they were entertained to a va
riety of Hawaiian delicacies. The vis
itors were very much pleased with the
attention shown them.
The Oahu Evangelical Association
concluded its semi-annual work today.
Cor Fort and "
conference before tiny definite action
Is taken. The Board of Supervisors
will also be communicated with.
"As the bishop Is coming back, 1
think it only proper to wuit and have
a consultation with him before any
thing is done," said President Plnkham
of the Board of Health this morning.
"The cemetery on King street Is one
of those which are the worst crowded
and It will have to be acted on. But
I do not adtlse doing anything until
Bishop Libert returns.
"It seems to me that tho cemetery
proposition Is one for the county super
visors to take. up, and I shall ask them
to act In the matter. Tho Board of
Health's powers are very limited.
can control matters of sanitation
if a cemetery is unhealthful we can
close It, but the establishment of ceme-
t cries is a public proposition which
should be regulated by the supervisors,
and I am in favor of referring the mat
ter to them."
i,nt.i ,T,Pe.in.r nt thrPew. no-nrn...
when the matter will come up for dls-1
eusHion. It will probably be laid over, ; morning. He had been ill for 'some Between Boards- r.0 Kihei, $8; 50 Kl
however, to await the return of Bishop : time.and had been attended bv nr. ta- r.n TTnnnhin US' HIM Hnn Hw.
nil lK -AH I VN I
llULIIUnll I LIlU I
qpFPiAr rOMMTTTFF APPniNTFn
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ARRANG-
ING AN ENTERTAINMENT.
A nieetlmr of the Free Kindergarten '
AeannlnHnn ll-ii a Vi.,1,1 Hila mnrnlm. in
beth Waterhouse presiding.
The main subject discussed being the!
absolute necessity for raising funds
for the carrying on of the work. It
was thought that an entertainment
might be the best way to draw atten
tion to the association's needs and ai
special committee consisting of Mrs. L. I
McCandless, Miss Frances Lawrence'
and Miss Jennie Parke was appointed
to see what could be done in this line.1
The committee will report on Tuesday.
neference was made to the remarks I
any who may be ill nnd attends to the
families, If necessary
MRS. SILVA HAS A CLAIM OF
ABOUT 51500 AGAINST HER FOR
A citation was issued this morning
by Judge Robinson for M. G. Sllva, to
appear and show cause why he should
not be punished for contempt of court
for falling to pay alimony for about
two years back, at the rate ot $60 per
month. The petitioner is Mrs. Carolina
Q. Sllva, who sets forth that she and
uu ra Nil I N 1 1 v
if nil i ivil iui
MG STAR MAY
GO 10 SHANGHA
BRITISH MISSIONARY SOCIETY
MAY TAKE OVER THE MISSION
WORK IN GILBERT ISLANDS.
It Is not unlikely that the mission
work In the Gilbert Islands may be
transferred from the American Board
to the British Missionary Society. Ne
gotiations looking to that end are now
In progress. Should such a deal go
through, It will mean that the mission
ary steamer Morning Star which Is now
In this port awaiting orders, may be
directed to go to Shanghai where she
Will be offered for' sale by the Ameri
Tho Gilbert Islands belong to Great
Britain and the American Board con
siders that it is just as well to have
the British Missionary Society look af
ter the missionary work in that field.
The British society has a steamer, the
John Williams, which Is able to attend
to nil of Its mission business in the
South Seas, and should the proposes
arrangement be successful, there WH
be no further use for the Morning
Star. She will be too large a craft for
the work In the Caroline Islands and
the American Board will secure a
smaller craft. It Is not unlikely there
fore, that she will bo sent to Shanghai
and offered for sale. There is no de
mand for such a craft at this place.
II HIS OWN
(Continued from page one.)
men as witnesses for the prosecution,
who testified to having bought liquor
In Fisher's place. There was a good
lot of the "spy" character about their
evidence, and S F. Chlllingworth for
the defense brought out on cross-examination
that the prosecution depended
upon spy evidence In very large part.
Chlllingworth called Bradlyw ipN de
fence and It appeared frprrThlB .testi
mony that the beefVhToh had', been
sold as was testified in Fishers -plage-,
belonged to Bradley, and ' this "closed
tho defense. '
After five minutes' deliberation the
jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
The jurors were Sylvester CroOk, A. F.
Cooke, Farm Cornn, A. A. Monta'no U.
H. Jones, L. H. Dee. Frederick Tun-Ill,
B. Saylor, M. Brasch and W. Tv Ha
poso. DIES III PRISON
KOSEKI, WHO KILLED A FELLOW
COUNTRYMAN, PASSED AWAY
Kosekl, a Japanese murderer await
'ntr trial In Oahu prison, died this
Mori. The doctor on being called to at-
tend the case somo weeks ago, gave
n's opl'i'0" that Kosekl would notl ive'
long, and the end came this morning. I
Tne ot dellth appears to be In
doubt. A prisoner who was near to
Koseki's cell stated to High- Sheriff
Henry that Kosekl had swallowed somo
I teeth fillings recently put In for him,
land that this had caused trouble in his
Stomach- Dr- "loosed the case
(ts one of stomach trouble of some sort,'
lnc" thought that there was some sort
I ui juruign growui in me siomacn. An
autopsy will settle the question. There
IVOHeKl WaS Ullfter ind Ctllleilt for kl 11.
one Suemoto, on December 5 last,
H" cutting his throat with a big knife.
"uu' occurred over tne purchase
of a woman.
HIM IS NOT VALID.
The Indictment against Ah On, for
perjury at the Inquest over Chong
Choy Fat, who was shot during tho.Ohu Sugar 6s 102.50
Walpahu riot of last April, was argued .Hilo. R. R. 6s 50.00
before Judge Robinson this morning. I Hon. R. T. Co. 6s 107.50
Ah On testified at the Walpahu inquest. H. R. T., Pfd 100.00
that a certain policeman on horseback i Oahu Railway 6s 103.00
shot Chong, and ho was indicted for
perjury. The demurer to the indict
ment, by S. F. Chlllingworth and A. S.
Humphreys, was mainly on the gound
that the indictment was dectivo in
falling to state what was the truth In
the matter, after stating that Ah Oil's
allegations were false. Judge- Robin-
son intimated that he regarled this as
a vital defect, but did not give any.
ruling. Tho case was set for next Sat
urday for final argument.
her children have no other means of
support than the alimony which the
court ordered her husband to pay.
The Sllva divorce was granted on
March 31, 1902, and Sllva was ordered
to pay permanent alimony of $60 per
month, The petition filed this morning
asking for a contempt citation says
that for about' two years paBt he has
failed to pay the money. E. A. Dou
thltt filed the petition In behalf of Mrs.
Read "Town Talk" In Saturday's Star.
10 IS THE HOUSE?
(Continued from jwge one).
Naturally enough, when It was seen
that even the sacred precincts of Judd
street had been Invuded by the awful
gamblers and that Sheriff Brown had
done nothing to protect the residents of
that moral thoroughfare, a thrill of
indignation ran through the entire
community and there has been a de
mand, as that of one voice, that tho
perpetrators of this Sabbath day Ini
quity shall be shown up lit their truo
That gambling and drunkenness
should prevail behind the big nail
studded, four-incli-thlck doors people
tntrrl, n.iotl., U n l.nlln.,n 1..., T...1.I
street! And cn the Sabbath! It Is ab-
solutely too awful! t
Let anyone familiar with Judd street
take a survey of tho different well
known residents whoso places would
answer to the description given by the
First on the mauka side comes the
residence of Mrs. E. K. Wilder. Ono
need hardly pause there. S. G. Wilder
comes next and he Is known to have
such an antipathy for cards that ho
will not attend u card party. Ho has
never been heard to express a fondnes3
for craps either. H. M. Von Holt's
plnco is next in line but lie is away
from the city so he must bo excused.
Governor Carter's own place is tho
next. It might have fallen under sus
picion in tho old unregenerate days for
perhaps the Governor when a gay
young college blade may have learned
poker or even craps but as everyone
knows, he is a changed man now.
Let us take the gentle reader by tho
hand and stroll along the makal side
of tho street.
Mrs. M. Melnerny's house surely
even the Advertiser, would not suggest
that there tho orgio goes on? The
Superintendent of Public Works C. S.
Holloway has hi? abode next and as ho
is one of Governor Carter's ofnclal
family, It Is Impossible that he would
countenance such dlddlngs on Sun
day. And hero the plot thickens to the
consistency of pea soup. The house
of Rev. H. H. Parker 'of Kawaiahao
church fs next In line followed by the
residence of Mrs .Henry Wilcox super
intendent of Kawaiahao Sunday school.
pne trembles at the thought that tho
'.Advertiser could have seen these well
mannered highly respectable young
men of whom it speaks sleeping off
their joyful Sabbath jags under the
mango trees which appertain to either
of these premises?
And at last Supervisor E. It. Adams.
Perish the thought! It could not be
there, for was It not Supervisor Adams
.himself who said that there was gam-
-blliig going on which the police did not
top?, And Is not tho Supervisor much
'too shrewd a man? Even If . lie were
i mining a Sunday game (and nobody
jbelleves he is) is It likely that lie would
'give the snap away?
So there we are. We wander dls-,
cKhsola'telyVgentle reader, up iind flow n
Jmldstreot.and cannot Ilnd the place of
orgie. Was the Advertiser's detective
with the false black whiskers on the,
DHL! STOCK REPORT
Co., $23.30; 50 McBryde, $6; 20 Ookala,
stocks- Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co $415.00
Ewa Plan. Co 2i.1.i 28. jj
Haw. Agr. Co 103.00
Haw. Com S5.50
Haw. Sugar Co 33,00 33.50
Honomu Sugar Co : 144.00
Honokaa Sugar Co 14.50 13.15
Haiku Sugar Co 185.00
Kahuku Plan. Co 30.00
JMiiei i-ian. wo. s.za
KIpahulu Sugar Co.
says thc.Koloa 150.00
McBryde Sugar Co 5
I UattU HUgAr UO 1UU.UU
Onomea Sugar Co
. Ookala Sugar Co 5.50
Jiaa wugar uo
Olowalu Co 77.50
,1'aauhau Sugar Co 22.73
Pacific .,... 240.00
iPaia Plan. Co .... 1M).00
Pepeekeo Sugar Co 140.00 160.00
'Pioneer Mill Co i... 150.00
I Waialua Agr. Co 70,00 70.50
iWairnea Sugar Mill 52.50
1 1 I. S. N. Co 111.50
.Hon. R. T Com.., 66.00
'Bepeekeo Sugar Co 140.00
I .tiumtii Ull'lMIUIlU
Oaliu Railway SO. 00
Haw. Ter. 4s 100.00
Haw. Govt. 5s 100.00
Cal. tie Haw .' 102.75
Haiku Sugar Co. 6s 101.25
Haw. Com. 5s 103.00
Oahu Sugar.6s 103.00
Olaa Sugar Co. 6s 100.25
Pnla Ch 104.50
Pioneer Mill Cs 105.00
Waialua Agr. 6s
McBryde Sugar Co. 6s... 100.00
.CLAUDINE TO BRING PASSENGERS
The steamer Claudine will begin on
October 10 Jo load for Honolulu. She
will probably bring passengers who
had booked for Honolulu ,tfy the S. S.
BRENDA IS LEAKING.
A diver went below today to examine
the ship Brenda which arrived yester
day from Hamburg with a cargo of fer
tilizer for tho Hawaiian Fertiliser
Company. Tho vessel Is leaking light
ly and It Is desired to try and locato
Tho recent peaco conferenco proved
so eminently satisfactory that the Czar
believes ho can stand another.
; PROFITABLE BANKING.
The report of tin- Yokohama Specie
Bank for the half year ending June 30.
has Just been received. The directors
report that the gross prollt of the bank
for the past half-year, Including yen
62H.922.383 orotight forward from last
accounts, amount to yen 8,340,221.409,
of which yen 6,230,500.701 have been de
ducted for current expenses, interests,
etc., leaving a balance of ven 2.10!.72f. !
The directors now propose that yen
220,000.000 bo ndded to the reserve fund,
raising it to yen 9,910,000.000, and that
yen 220,000.000 be placed to the silver
fund. From the remainder the direct
ors recommend a dividend at the rnto
of twelve per cent, per annum, which
will absorb yen 720,000.000 on old shares
nnd yen 360,000.000' on new shares, mak
ing a total or yen 1,OSO,000.000.
The balance, yen 60...720.70S, will be
carried forward to the credit of next
OFFICERS VISIT HALEIWA.
Captain Niblnck of the U. S. S. Iro
quois, accompanied the officers of the
Italian cruiser Calabria to Halelwa to
The Halelwa Hotel, Honolulu's fa
mous country resort, on tho line of tlu
Oahu Railway, contains every modern
improvement and affords Its guests an
opportunity to enjoy all amusements
golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and sail
water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding
and driving. Tickets, Including rail
way fare and one full day's room and
board, are sold at the Honolulu StatloD
and Trant & Company for $3. For de
parture of trains, consult time table.
On Sundays, th Halelwa Limited, a
two hour train, leaves at S:22 a. m.:
returning, arrives In Honolulu at It
Kowalo, Island and County of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii.
Pursuant to a Decree of Foreclosure
mudo by the 'Honorable W. J. Robin
son, Third Judge of the Circuit Court
of the First Judicial Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, at Chambers In Equity on
the 4th day pf October A. D. 1905, in
an action entitled, "John F. Huckfeld,
Trustee, complainant, vs. Charles S.
Dosky, Trustee, and W. Wollers. res
pondents, Bill for Foreclosure of Mort
gage," (Equity Division, No. 1413), the
undersigned, as CoiumslHloner, duly ap
pointed lJy said decree will sell at
Public Auction, to the highest and best
bidder, subject to confirmation of the
Saturday, the 28tii Pay of October
at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
at the front (mauka) entrance of the
Judiciary Building, In Honolulu, Island
and County of Oahu, Territory of Ha
waii, till and singular the lands nnd
premises situated in Kowalo, Honolulu
uforesald, more particularly bounded
and described as follows, to-wlt:
Commencing at -the East corner of
this piece of land at junction of fences
adjoining the Ward Estate property
1. S. 32 7' W. true 697 feet along tho
Ward Estate along fence to point 74
feet from Waimanu street;
2. N. 57" 53' W. true, 155 feet along
Lot 14 In Block 13, as same Is designat
ed on a map of Kewalo Tract recorded
in Hawaiian Registry of Deeds in Liber
162 on pages 222 et seq., to edge of
Ward Avenue; thenco
3. N. 60 50' W. true 43 feet across
Ward Avenuo to tho North East cor
ner of Lot 28 in Itfoek 10, adjoining
4. N. 86" 30'' W. true 71 feet along Lot
5. S. 51 52' W. true S4 feet along
Lots 28 and 27, Block 16. to point 100
feet from Kawaiahao street;
0. 6.'. 38 8' W. true 700 feet along
Lots 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, IS, 17, 16, 15, 14
13. 12 and. 11 In mock 16 to point 100 feet
from Cooko street;
7. N. 51' 32' E. true 363 feet along
Lots 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1 in Block 16
to Hustnco avenue;
S. S. 23 10' E. truo 70 feet along
Hustace avenue to North edge of blcy
clo track; thenco
9. S. 81 10'- E. true 75 feet across head
of Hustace avenue to Lot 1 In Block
10. S. 65" 35' E. truo 50 feet along
Lot 1, Block 15;
11. S. CO' 00' E. 50 feet along Lot 2,
12. S. 44 00' E. truo 44 feet along Lot
3, Block 15; thence
13. S. 59 45' E. truo 108 feet nlong
Lots 3, 4 and 5, Blook15, to tho South
corner of Lot 5; thenco
14. N. 32 V E. true 240 feet nlong Lot
5, Block 15, across Clayton street and
nlong Lot' 6, Block 14, to the North
corner of Lot 7;
15. S. 59 45' E. truo 450 foet nlong
Land Commission Award, 706 to Kuku
nanckl to Initial point;
Colntalnlng an aroa of ll?i acres, and
bolng a portion of the land described in
Royal Patent 5716, L. C. A. 10605, and
conveyed to said Charles S. Desky,
Trustee, by deed of Elizabeth K. Fair
child and others, dated December 15,
1896, recorded in tho Registry ofllco In
Honolulu In Liber 164, pages 255, 25G
and 257; saving and excepting there
from, however, all parts and portions
of said promises abovo described which
liavo been heretofore released from tho
Hen nnd operation of said mortgage to
Thoso portions of Blocks Thirteen
(13), Fourteen (14) and Fifteen (15) in
cluded within tho mortgaged premises
WHY NOT RENT A
SAFE DEPOSIT1 BOX
in a modern eteel vault
and feel that your valu
ables are secure?
FIVE DOLLARS ft
year pays for one. Call
and see us about It,
as said lots nie delineated on said map
of lots In Kewalo, recorded In smld Ha
waiian Registry of DceilH in Liber 162
on pages 222 to 227, ind also Block
Seventeen (17) and a fractional plcco
of land lying mauka of Lot Two (2),
Block Seventeen (17), and a fractional
piece of land lying mauka. of Lot Thrco
(3), Block Seventeen (17). and Block
Twenty (20), and Lots four (4), Five (5)'
Six (6), Ten (10) Eleven (11) and Twelvo
(12) in Block Nineteen (19), and Lota
Ono (1), Two ',(2), Three (3), Four (4),
Five (5), Six (6), Seven (7), Twenty
two (22), Twenty-throo (23) and Twenty;
four- (24) in Block Eighteen (18)t aa
shown upon a map of the Cyclomero
Tract, being a subdivision in Kewalo,
recorded In Hawaii Registry of Deoda
In Honolulu In Liber 25 on pages 117
118 on February 1, 1900.
Terms of Sale: Cash In United Statoa
Gold Coin; ten (10) per cent to be paid
upon tho fall of tho hammer; balance
upon the execution and delivery of deed
by the Commissioner.
For further particulars apply to
Messm. Smith & Lewis, attorneys foe
complainant, nt their office, Judd Build
ing, Honolulu, or to tho undersigned
at his office In the Judiciary Building,
in Honolulu aforesaid.
M. T. SIMONTON,
Dated Honolulu, October 6, A. D. 190S.
4ts-Oct. 6, 13, 20 and 27, 1905.
Tuesday Night,Oct, 10
I MB HU
AMERICA'S SONG LECTURER
Will Deliver His Second Lecture,
C? 3 (9
A MARRIAGE CEREMONY
At the close of the lecture twelvo
ladles and gentlemen will be selected
from the audience and Dr. Bell will
demonstrate through the science of
Phrenology how inharmonious mar
riages are contracted, nnd then pair
them off harmoniously. You are all
Invited to the ceremony.
Don't Miss It
General admission to all parts of tho
House, 25 Vents.
Tickets for sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Lecture commences nt 8 o'clock.
X. B. Dr. Bell's last lucturo will bo
given Tuesday evening Octobor 17. Sub
Jccy"A Merry Heart Booth Good Llko
a Medicine," or Fun Belter than Phy
slu. Infonuntion Wanted
Information Is wanted at the Gor
man Imperial Consulate regarding tho
whereabouts of Uernnrd Grabbert, allaa
Chas. Brown, of Snhwerln, Germany.
DR. JOHN P. COWES
Wishes to -iuinnunco that ho has
opened an office In tho Metropole build
ing Alakoa St., opposllo the Hawaiian
By the Hawaiian Sugar Planters
Association unskilled laborors to work
on tho sugar plantations.
Employment in field and other plan
tation work can be Immediately given
to all able bodied men at wages rang
ing from eighteen ($18) to twenty ($20)
dollars por month. Houses, fuel, water
and medical attendance furnished free.
Transportation of all laborers accept
ing employment will be paid from Ho
nolulu to tho plantations.
Apply to tho office of the Secretary of
tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Associa
tion, Room 206 Judd Building, Honolulu.