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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 190S.
Wo aro now localed In larger and
more commodious qunrtcrs on Hotel
treet two doors beyond tho old quar
ters and ne,tr Union street.
to prevent baldness and tho removal
of dandruff Is found in
IPACUECO'.S DANDRUFF KILLER,
it 1? the most effective scalp cleanser.
Jt annihilates t'hd dandruff germ try
Sold by all Druggists and at tho
Wjilon Barber Shop .Telephone Main
Having assigned our Interests In
hooting game at or on the land': of
Alaunalua to D. P. R. Isenberg, Esq.,
all persons aro hereby warned that
booting or hunting on tho Maunalua
Lands (Koko Head) Is strictly prohibit
d under full penalty of the law.
All permits heretofore granted are
MAUNALUA RANCH CO.,
By S. M. Damon.
September 22nd, 1903.
Station, Honolulu, T. H.; Month Sept
Dbg. Fahr'heit Preclpl-
Date. Max. MIn. Mean tation
,t 81 70 7C .01
'2......S2 73 78
4.. -.,.32. 70 70 .29
6,. ..-.S3. 74 78 T
3 82 73 78 T
7 81 73 77 .15
3 82 71 73 .03
S 84 7,3 78 .10
iO S3 72 78 .21
11 84 .74 79
33 82 70 76 T
13 M 73 78 T
14 81 73 71 .01
15 82 74 78 .02
16 82 71 70 .01
17 79 72 70 .20
18 81 74 78
19 8t 72 76 .01
20 81 09 75 .08
tl 81 72 76 T
22 SO OS 74 .24
23 81 71 70 .07
25 IS 73 78
$ 80 70 73 .03
27 80 70 75 .08
28 83 73 78 .01
29. 83 73 78 .01
80 80 70 75 .11
Til- .1.. I
Mean. .81.7 71.8 76.8
Note-. "T" Indicates trace of precipl
tation. In Inches and hundredths.
(Reduced to sea level; Inches and hun
dredths.) Mean, 29.99; highest 30.07; date, 20th;
lowest, 29.91; dato 9th.
Highest, 84; date, 11th; lowest, 03;
Greatest dally range 13; dato, 3rd.
Least dally range 7; dato, 18th.
Mean for this month In 1890, 78; 1891,
SO; 1892, 79; 1893 77; 1891, 77; 1893, 77; j
1B96, 79; 1897, 778. 1898, 77; 1899, 78; 1900, I
80; 1901, 78; 1902, 78; 1903, 78; 1904, 78;
1905, 77. '
Mean of this month for 10 years, 78
Absolute maximum for this month ,
for 16 years 88.
Absolute minimum for this month for
16 years, 05.
Average dally excess of this month
as compared with mean of 16 years,
Accumulated excess since January 1
Average dally excess since January 1
Total this month, 1.82.
Greatest precipitation In 24 hours
.36, date 9th and 10th.
Total precipitation this month In 1877,
1.12; 1878, 0.02; 1879, 0.65; 1880, 1.22; 1881,
1.56; 1882, 1.04; 1883 0.36; 1884 0.54; 1885, 1
ICCfi 9 01. 1CQT A 70. 1CQQ 9 AG" 1BQQ '
152; 1890 0.69; 1891, 1.06; 1892, 0.85; 1893,
1.23; 1894, 9.77; 1904, 1.40; 1905, 1.82.
Average of this month for 20 years,
Excess of this month as compared
with average of 20 years, 0.65.
Accumulated excess since January 1,
Prevailing direction N. E. (68 total
movement, 6400 miles; average hourly
Telocity ,8.9; maximum velocity (for
five minutes) 28 miles per hour, from
the northeast on tho 18th.
s Number of clear days, 12 partly
cloudy, 12; cloudy, 6; on which .01 Inch
er more, of precipitation occurred, 20.
"Auroras, none; halos, solar, non-i;
lunar, 8th, 10th.
I Hall, :riorio; slo none; fog none.
ALEX. :tcC. ASHLEY,
Section DIroctor, Weather Bureau,
W. W .Dlmond & Co Pago 2
K. Isoshlma Pago 6
Metropolitan Meat Co Pago 3
11. lluckfeld & Co Page 3
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co Pago 8
E. O. Hall & Son Pago 8
Ewa Plantation Co Pago G
Gunst-Ettkln Cigar Co Pngo 7
Urltt-Nelson Fight Pago G
Bankruptcy Notice Pago G
Notice to Contractors Pago G
By Authority Paso G
NEWS IN A. NUTSHELL
L'unigrnpUs That (Jlvo Condensed
Sons of the Day.
Local Oillco U. S. Weather Bureau,
Honolulu, T. H., October 21, 1003.
Temperatures, C a. m., CS; 8 a. m., 70;
10 a. m., 77; noon, 78. Morning mini
Barometer, S a. m., 30.01; absolute
humidity, S a. m., G.0S2 grains per cubic
foot; relative humidity, S a. in., 03 per
cent; dew point, S a. m., 02.
'Wind Velocity, 6 a. m., 13, NE.; S a.
in., 11, E. ; 10 n. m., 19, E.; noon, 1G. E
Rainfall during 24 hours ending S a.
m., .09 Inches
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 3CS miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
LONDON BEETS: October 20, S shill
ings, 4 pence; last previous quotation
on October 18, S shillings G pence.
LONDON BEETS: October 21, 8 shll
lings, 3 pence; last previous quotation,
October 20, S shillings, 4 ponce.
Latest styles In ties nt Isoshlma.
Moving pictures at the Orphcum to
night. Bankruptcy notice Is published In
Knmehameha Alumni will have a
Ewa Plantation Company announces
Dividend No. 100.
An important notlco to contractors
appears In this Issue.
Dr. Wood's telephone numbers aro
now: Office, Main 24; residence, White
E. O. Hall & Son can fit you ouc
with the best of golf goods at lowest
See today's ad for good things at
Metropolitan Mta,t Co's delicatessen
Tonight Indoor baseball at 7:30 nt
the Y. M. C. A. High School vs Iolanl.
Admission 10 cents.
John Powell was charged with rape,
today before Judge Whitney. Tho caso
was continued until October 27.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co., have received
an assortment of Lowney's chocolate
candles. Order a box for Sunday.
Ladies should not forget to attend tho
the fall opening of millinery which
takes place on Monday nt Sachs' Dry
W. W. Dlmond & Co., nro showing
some of tho llnest saucepans manu
factured In England. This ware is
The Rapid Transit Company, by Cas
tle & Wtthlngton, this morning filed a
general denial In tho damage suit of
Miss Ethel Barr.
There will be a meeting of the officers
and trustees of tho Second Precinct Re
publluwn Club, of tho Fourth District
at the club rooms Kceauinoku street
and Wilder Avenue.
It is rumored that there are soon to be
changes In the management of three
plantations on Oahu and one more on
this Island. Hawaii Herald.
J. Opfergelt, sugar boiler at Waiakca
Mill, has tendered his resignation to
Mr. Kennedy and will take a similar
position on Kauai when tho season op
"Sacred Songs That Havo Helped"
is the subject, and Theodore Richards
is the leader, of an Interesting meeting
ifor men ot Y. M. C. A. hall Sunday at
4:30. Most of the men stay to tea at
W. A. Whitney, general superintend
ent of the Wyoming division of tho
Union Pacific, Is hero on a visit. Ho
is staying at the Hawaiian Hotel and
will probably make his visit an extend
Governor Carter was officially In
formed yesterday by Consul for Italy
and Acting-Consul for Austria-Hungary
F. A. Schaefer that he had return
ed from an absence abroad and had re
sumed his duties.
A motion for a new trial has been
made In the case of the Knplolanl Es
tate against L. A. Thurston, in which
a verdict for plaintiff was rendered sev
eral days ago In Judge De Bolt's court.
It Is an ejectment suit.
The Imposition of sentence of Enos
and Ernest Fraga, charged with steal
ing some harness from the Territorial
Stables, was continued until October 27
by Judge Whitney today, as the defend
ants expect to depart for Seattle soon.
The cases of assault and battery
against Holl Thornton who got Into
trouble with some Chinese fish venders
at the market some weeks ago and was
done up In a scrap, was continued until
October 24 by Judge Whitney today.
Tho usual service this evening at
7:30 at tho Gospel Mission Hall, Hotel
Street, Ewa side of Fort, In the rear
of Arlelgh's book store, ground floor.
Open to all comers. Bright, breezy,
SAWED AND" SPLIT
OR IN 4 FEET LENGTHS
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE
CITY. LEAVE ORDERS WITH
W. W. DIMOND & CO.
Agents for East Nlu Ranch.
Inspiring. You nro cordially Invited to
Be sure that your Crcmo cigar has
the name perforated In tho wrapper
and that It has no band. The perfora
tion and its superior flavor nnd smok
ing qualities nro tho only mnrks to
distinguish It from nny other Gc cigar
II. HmcRfeld & Co.. wholesale dis
tributors. Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co., Is showing
In their Fort street window a new lino
of Imported English briar pipes with
hall marked silver mounts. Price 7Gc.
To Introduco "Grain Cut" and "Green
Seal" tobaccos they will glvo a pnekngo
ot either brand free with each pipe
A musical evening of much Interest
has been arranged for next Tucsdny
night, nt 8 p. m. October 24 at W. W.
Hull's residence. Nuuaiiu street. Tho
annual business meeting of tho Re
search club will be hold for the election
of officers for the ensuing year nt that
time, nnd nil members are requested
to bo present.
GOES TO KOHALA
E. E. OLDING FORMERLY MAN
AGER OF THE PLANTATION
LEAVING FOR PORTO RICO.
Henry Deacon of HIlo left on Fri
day to assume the management of Ko
hala Plantation, succeeding manager 13.
E. Oldlng. The announcement of tho
proposed change was made to Manager
Oldlng only ten days ago, and is as
much a surprise to him as to the pub
lic. Ho has been manager of tho Ko
hala Plantation for six years. Mr.
Deacon's first employment was on the
Kohala plantation and his familiarity
with the conditions there as well as
his long experience as a manager
eminently quality him for his new post
of duty. It is understood Mr. Oldlng
goes to Porto Rico. HIlo Tribune.
EXPERIMENTS SHOW THAT AN
EXCELLENT ARTICLE CAN BE
PRODUCED FHOM NATIVE FRUIT
Dr. John Holland submitted to the
Board of Trade, nt tile meeting Friday
afternoon, samples of banana spirits, or
alcohol, extracted from HIlo bananas,
together with a report of Edward C.
Shorey, chemist of the United States
Experiment Station at Honolulu. Tho
report shows the perfect feasibility of
transforming bananas into high-proof
alcohol. The sample furnished to Dr.
Holland was 90 per cent alcohol, which
Is tho usual strength of commercial
nlcohol.l In appearance It Is as clear
as crystal and has a faint aroma of the
banana. It Is shown that a sixty-
pound bunch of bannnas, when con
verted Into alcohol, will make one
gallon of proof spirits. The bannnas
used were the Chinese variety, the
fruit being macerated to form tho pulp,
from which, after fermentation, the
spirits were distilled. The waste pro
duct, after distillation, forms an ex
cellent feed for pigs, says Mr. Shorey.
WILL ATTEND HER
AGED MOTHER OF LATE PETER
PEABODY DAVIS ARRIVED BY
THE KINAU TODAY.
Tho aged mother of the lato Peter
Poabody Davis arrived by tho Klnau
this morning from Kona to attend the
funeral of her son which will occur to
morrow afternoon ut 2:30 o'clock from
tho undertaking parlors ot the Hono
lulu Undertaking Company. The In
terment will be at Moanalua cemetery.
The deceased came of quite 11 pro
minent family in these Islalds the pro
genitor of the Davis family having been
the mate of tho American schooner
Fair American. It appears that dur
ing tho latter part of the eighteenth
century Knmeelnmoku. a high chief
of Kona, was Insulted and beaten with
a rope's end by Captain Metcalf of tho
Eleanor nnd ho vowed to revenge him
self on the next vessel that should
come Into his power. That proved to
the the schooner Fair American in com
mand of Metcalf's son a youth of
eighteen years. Off Kawalhae, March
1C, 1790, Kameelamoku with a fleet of
canoes went out to the Fair American
and while the young captain was off
his guard threw him overboard and
killed all tho crow except the mate
Isaac Davis. Tho vessel was hauled
ammunition. The next day John Young
boatswain of the Eleanor at Keala
kekua Bay was detained ashore.
Isaac Davis married one of tho high
chlefess of Hawaii and came to be ope
of the military advisers of Knmeha
meha the Great and with John Young
assisted In the conquest of these islands
by tho Great King. Peter Poabody
Davis was a descendant of Isaac Davis.
A. ZIMMERMAN DEAD.
A. Zlmmorman ,nn Olaa pioneer coffee
and fruit planters, crossed tho Divide
Tuesdny while dressing in preparation
for his dally work on his plantation.
Deceased went Into Olna and located
at Mountain View In nS94, purchasing
tho property at tho tlmo owned by W.
W. Brunor and locating his wife there
while he secured work as a sugar boil
er In Hamakua. Later ho went lnto
Kau nnd worked at tho snmo trade for
a time but continued improving his land
James JF. Morgan,
8K-857 Kaahumanu St. Tel. Mala U
P. O Bos G94.
OF THOSE VALUABLE PREMISES
The Orpheum Block
ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
M. T. SIMONTON,
J-AS. F. AI0HGAN.
Shortly at my salesroom, 857 Kaahu
manu street, Honolulu,
Land at .Kapono
LOCATION Tho land of Kapono is
situated at Punaluu, Koolauloa,
Oahu, between the lands of Puho
cmlkl and Haleaha.
PATENT AND AREA Royal Patent
(Grant) 879 to L. S. U. and con
tains 39 Acres, 3 Rud, 9 Ro. Ex
LEASE Twenty acres, rice land, now
under lease for 13 years from 1897,
at $300 per annum and taxes $24,
BUILDING It has a largo building
and outhouses sleeping quarters
and storehouse for paddy. Cement
WATER RIGHT It has a water right
from tho Walono stream through
auwal, for Irrigation.
SPRING It has a. water spring of Its
own In center or land now unused
but could be 'piped to house lot
for domestic use.
HOUSE LOT There Is a house lot of
nearly three acres in area and
fronts on tho belt road of this Is
land. BELT ROAD The belt road cuts thro'
tho makal end of this land.
SEA BATHING Facilities for sea
bathing Is excellent, being only a
few feet fro mthe makal end of
land, and has a sandy bottom.
FISHERY Fishery Is free being Gov
STEAMER SERVICE Steamer John
A. Cummins calls at Punaluu.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
and adding to tho area planted to cof
fee. His last work as a sugar boiler
was with the Hawaii Mill Co., a few
years ago during the management of
Mr. Von Graevemeyer. Hawaii Herald
The engagement Is announced of
Miss Dottle Fisher, eldest daughter of
Col. Will E. Fisher, and Marshall H.
AVebb, of the Public Works Depart
ment. The wedding will take place
The cable steamer Restorer dressed
ship today out of honor to the centen
nial of the Battle of Trafalgar.
WILDER BOATS TO KAUAI.
It must seem to the residents that
the mtllenium or some other unexpected
event has occurred. Two of the Wilder
steamers are now at Kauai ports. Tho
steamer KaiulanI is at Makawell dis
charging coal and the steamer Helene
left Honolulu last night for Walmea to
discharge coal. This Is tho first time
in the history of the islands that two
Wilder steamers have been to Kauai
ports, for when the two companies were
In existence, Kauai was allotted to the
Saturday, October 21.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from HIlo
nnd way ports at 11:15 a. m.
Per stmr. Klnau, October 21, from
HIlo and way ports Mrs. Julian Mon
sarratt, H. B. Mariner, A. Lindsay,
Moses Wire, E. N. Holmes, John Watt,
iMrs. John Watt, W. S. Ward, M. M.
Wright, A. Garvle, L. Chan, Captain F.
iMosher, H. W. Wlncko, J. Aral, W.
Thompson, Paul Relallllan, A. Hum
berg, E. J. Gay, Sam Wokeo, Harry
Purdy, Henry Hall, H .Akona, A. L.
Loulsson ,Y. M. Jaonen, Mrs. Y. M.
Jaonen, S. M. Spencer, Mrs. S. M. Spen
cer, Master Harry Spencer, Miss Alice
Spencer, Robert R. Cntton, W. Moto
shige, J. Sneaton, K. H. Chamborlaln,
C. II. Ramsay, E. M. Watson, Mrs. E.
M. Watson, H. M. Little, J. W. Searle,
C. Akau, LI Pon.
Some men's motto Is never to buy
anything they can borrow or borrow
anything they can steal.
A wife Is tho making of her hus
bandbut the Job Is seldom satisfac
tory to all parties concerned.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
To Play Golf
you should have the proper equipment. To get the proper equip
ment you should call on us and look over the fine line of
Spalding, B. G. I. and Park Wood & Iron Club's,
Golf Shoes, Gloves, Tecs, Ball Paint,- Sure Grip,
Score Books, .
Pneumatic, Wizard, Haskell, Spalding White and all
We can fit you out with the best of Golf Goods at lowest price's.
FOR SALE BY
E. O. H2LLL,
ARE ABSOLUTELY THE
The taste and the flavor will tell you why they arc the best.
They Have No Substitute
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
Tel. Main 231.
fj You need 'cm in your business IgjXXS
Phone 426. 137 King Street.
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
Orders Delivered to
AH Parts of t:tte Oity
Phone Main 492
O o o
Aluminum is fast displacing other wares for cooking uten
sils; it possesses many advantages not to be found in any other
metal, viz. : Lightness, Cleanliness and Freedom from rust.
The durability of aluminum ware is well worth a house
keeper's attention. If properly cared for, can be handed down
to another generation as clean and bright as when first pur
SOME REASONS WHY ALUMINUM COOKING
UTENSILS ARE THE BEST:
1. They are light in weight, bright as silver, and absolute
ly pure and wholesome.
2. There is no enamel or plating to flake or wear off. The
finish is the natural finish of the metal.
3. They will not burn or scorch food as readily as other
This ware exhibited in our Household Department.
W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.
53, 55, 57 King
BEST CANDIES MADE.
Corner Beretanla and Alakea Streets.
Someone said there's nothing like
But wo know better. In the rainy
When the roof starts to leak and tho
color looks faint .
There's nothing to touch good honest
Honolulu, T. H.
Street, . . Honolulu'!