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Tllft HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1505.
Curios Suitable for
Oall and see us.
The Surest Way
to eradicate dandruff Is by destroying
the cause; It Is a won known rict ttiac
dandruff la caused by a germ which
burrows at the roots of the hair.
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER.
destroys the cause and effects a new
trrowth of luxuriant hair.
Sold by Ail Druggists and at the
Union IMrbor Shop. Tel. Alain 232.
CAPT. LYONS OF NAVAL STATION
I MAY HE DIRECTED AT ANY
' TIMK II Y DEPARTMENT TO DIS
PATCH HER TO MIDWAY'.
' No order.s have been received at the
Naval Station regarding the transpor
tation of the yarty of marines to Mid
way to relievo the men who are- now
on duty at that place.
Captain Lyon is holding the Iroquois
on waiting orders. The vessel can
hardly accommodate twenty-one pas
sengers, but by leaving as many of the
extra men of the crow as possible be
hind and lllllng their places with the
marines, It Is likely that the Iroquois
can be get to take the largo crowd to
Midway all right. Orders for her to
depart to that place may be received
nt any time trim the Navy Department.
Jas. F. Morgan Page 8
Hawaiian Electric Co Page 3
Hawaiian News Co Page 3
Lewers & Cooke Page 7
Hawaiian Trust Co Pago I
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraphs Tlmt (Jlvo Conilcnneil
Sews of tho J)uy.
Local Ofllce U. S. Weather Buroau,
Honolulu, Dec. 5, 1905.
Temperatures: 6 n. m. 63; 8 a. m. 70;
10 a. in. 76; noon 79; morning minimum
Barometer 8 a. m. 30.01; absolute hu
midity 8 u. m. 6.0665 grains per cubic
foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 76 per
cent; dew point, H a. m. 62.
Wind velocity: 6 a. m. 4 north; 8 a.
m. 4, east; 10 a. m. 5 northeast; noon
Uulntall during 24 hours 8 a. m. 0
Total wind movement during 24 hours
ended at noon 125 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
CAPT. NIDLACK RETURNED THIS
MORNING FROM AN OFFICIAL
VISIT TO THE BIG ISLAND
DROVE 190 MILES.
It will pay you to make your
wants known. You can do this
cheaply and most effectively by
using tho Want Ad column of
The Star. Want Ads Inserted
three times for 25 cents.
LONDON BEETS: December 4, 8
shillings, 4V4 pence; last previous quo
tation December 1, 8 shillings 3 pence.
n ii is
ives i sme
TREASURER WILL ADVERTISE
ALL APPLICATIONS FOR LIQUOR
LICENSES, INVITING PROTESTS.
Treasurer Campbell is advertising
an application for a flftn class liquor
licence by d. Masuda, nt Honokawal,
district oif "Lalfalnn, Maui, announcing
that protests to bo mado against the
Issuanro of such licenses must bo In
his ofllce by Saturday, December 16,
1905. This is in accordance with a
policy tho treasurer had decided to
adopt of advertising all such appli
cations, so that there may be oppor
tunity for protest. '
Under tho(-,jiew law, the treasurer
has no option (o refuse liquor licenses,
to qualified applicants who comply with
"the tenns, pf tlie law, unless there be
v prjaCesti jn! wlilcli case he may reT
'if use, andltne applicant may call for a
board of arbitration. Under this sys--
tern there lias been a .very great in
crease, hi .the number of"llcenses of all
'classes,, in .till parts of the islands,
r: . "I-pIiall.ijerilse all the applications"
( said Treasure Campbell this morn
ing, "so that anyone who wants to pro-
test may do so. The advertisement
will lie in Honolulu and probably in tho
district from which the application
comes, and it will set a time within
which all who wish to protest will have
a chance to do so."
THE NEW BONDS.
No arrangements have been made
yet for the sale of the new bond iisue
of $750,000. Local capitalists will bo
Blven a. chance to bid.
rwiLEt POTS AND KETTLES.
Some pots at Iwllel called some ket
tles at Iwilel black, yesterday so the
kettles had the pots arrested on tho
choree of profanity and the pots came
back at the kettles with warrants for
a similar offense. Tho bunch of har
ploa werQ in the police court this morn
ing Jo ari3wor to jjharges of profanity.
Some were fined J$2,50 and costs and
others J5 and costs.. Jennie and Leon
charged .with, eqlljng liquor without a
license, were cleared this afternoon.
CORBALEY In Honolulu, December
2. l0fl; lo tho wife of R. M. Cor
The Russian students are doing very
well in. tiiolr contests with the Cos
iar.k't)iit iptlicjy'.want r$al lighting lot
..tjiom cotno over "hore "and 'get In, an
'American 'college. oloi'n -rush. --The Den
A bankruptcy notice Is published In
An endless variety of picture frames
at Pacific Hurdwaro Company.
Mrs. Caroline J. Robinson is about to
build a lurge cottage at Pearl Harbor.
Hats at big reductions this month
at K. Uyeda, Nuuanu street near King.
At the poultry show Incubators in
operation will bo exhibited. They
have been timed to hatch out broods
during the show.
Mrs. R. A. Woodford, sister of Mr.
F. F. Fyler, Is hero to spend tho winter
with her brother and his family at 828
There will bo a sale of fancy articles
In the rooms of tho Y. W. C. A. Thurs
day and Friday .December 7 and 8 from
10 a. in. to G p. m.
A fair will be hold In the grounds
of Theodoro Richards by the ladies of
the Makiki church for the fund for
building a church.
You can experience that satisfied
feeling that comes with a clean, new
ly papered rooms If you buy your wall
paper from Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
A. V. Hunter, the millionaire mining
man of Leadvllle, who visited Hono
lulu In 1899 and ngain later, Is Suffering
this winter from a severe attack of
Tho Thursday club at the Y. M. C.
A. listens to the Governor this week
on "Uncle Sam and Hawaii." Orders
for the 6 o'clock dinner preceding the
address are now coming in.
Why continue to use kerosene and
other poor Illuminators when, at a
small cost, you can have your house
wired for electricity. Consult Hawai
ian Electric Company, about it.
All the latest popular novels of tho
day can bo had at Hawaiian News Co.'s
Young building store. Read "Tho '
Gambler" by Kntlierlno C. Thurston,
author of "The Masqueraders."
Grand struggle for supremacy. Pu
naliou vs. Malles in a championship
gamo of football. Game at baseball
park. Saturday, December 9th, Tickets
on sale at Hawaiian News Co. Young
Governor Carter this morning made
an official call upon Major General S.
S. Sumner. The general called on tho
governor yesterday .accompanied by
his aide. Captain E .P. Jervey, Jr., 10th
The stereoptlcon. lecture to be given
in St. Clement's Parish house on Fri
day will not be exclusively on India,
but will cover a trip from the Medl
terraen to Japnn. Archdeacon Jef
ferte took these photographs himself
and his description of what he has seen
will bo a treat.
Eight lots In Palolo were sold yes
terday at auction by Will E. Fisher un
der .foreclosure of mortgage to A. F.
Cooke, trustee, for $1,200. A parcel of
land in Puunul containing more than
nn aero was sold to Mary E. Low for
$500, and a large lot at Leleo at the
samo price to tho same purchaser.
The brick smokestack of Walluku
Sugar Company's mill, which was
erected more than forty years ago was
yesterday razed by dynamite as the
company is erecting a new mill. A
Japanese school houso will be built
out of the material fromthe old chim
James C. King, an elderly millionaire
of Chicago, who visited Honolulu about
a year ago, lately died In Chicago,
leaving his wife $100,000 out of an es
tate of three million dollars. Tho
widow contests an ante-nuptial con
tract under which her dolo was be
queathed and claims her full dower in
terest in the estate.
Captain A. P. Nlblack, the assistant
to the lighthouse Inspector for this dis
trict, returned this morning by the
steamer Mauna Loa from an ofllclal
inspection of the lighthouse system on
the Island of Hawaii. He left for Ha
waii by the Kinau last Tuesday and
was absent, therefore, one week,.
He left tho Kinau nt MahukOna and
drove clear around the Island by way
of Hamakua and Hllo to Hookena, a
distance of 190 miles, where he took
the steamer Mauna Loa and returned
to this place.
Tho material for the new lighthouse
at Fisherman's Point on Hawaii had
been landed and the lighthouse was In
the course of construction when the
Mauna Loa passed that place. Tha
material for the other lighthouse will
bo shipped to Hawaii by the next
Captain Nlblack will not make any
recommendations for the pr'-'rit for
any new lights on the isb Hawaii.
MORE HOLT LITIGATIO,
An answer has been filed by George
Lucas, trustee for some of the Holt
heirs, to tho foreclosure suit begun by
A. Dreler against the Holts and to tho
cross bill of tho Walalua Agricultural
Company. Lucas claims 2-27 of the
Walanao property Involved, under titles
traced back to tho will of R. W. Holt,
probated in 1862 and in contest almost
James F. Morgan,
Si'-857 Kaahumanu St. Tel. Mala 72.
P. O Bos EM.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 817 Kaahumanu
street, I will sell
Granite Slate Cookers
Just tho things for Dairies, Pig
Ranches or Chicken Ralstrs.
Sewing Machines, Combination Book
case and Writing Desk, New Iron Beds
New Koa Furniture, Handsome Rugs,
Copper Bottom Boilers, Rockers,
Chairs, Tables, Bureaus, Washstands,
A LOT OF
Suits, Hats, Caps, Lamps, Linen,
Tobacco Shot Guns, Rifle, Globo Wer
nicke Bookcase, Clocks, Shoes, Stock
ings, Chocolate Sets.
2 Handsome Pictures,
1 Large Trunk and contents, being
man's wardrobe, first-class, and per
Jewellery, Watches, Chains, Etc.
CROWDS VISITED TRANSPORT
LOGAN THIS MORNING TO SEE
THE FILIPINO DWARFS BAND
PLAYED. ' .
OR. IN 4 FEET LENGTHS
DELIVERED TO ANY PART, OJP THE
CITY, LEAVE ORDERS WITH 1
W. W. DIM0NJT& CO.
"Agent for Kt Nid 'Ranch,
The departure of the transport Lo
gan today was attended with more
curiosity than that of any vessel that
has left Honolulu in years. The cause
of the interest was the presence of the
two Filipino dwarfs. The little crea
tures attracted a large crowd of peo
ple to the Naval wharf and for several
hours preceding tho departure of the
vessel there was a constant stream of
visitors to the vessel to view the mites.
That a pleasant sight was witnessed
when the pair was seen is untrue.
There Is something uncanny about
those midgets, and it was a morbid
curiosity that Impelled people to gaze
for any length at them. The dispro
portloned bodies, the large heads, the
little old weezened up faces mado a
human tragedy. They looked as gro
tesque as a gargoyle, and seemed as
sickening as some horrible fantasy of
But still the crowds went to tho
transport and looked at the two mis
fits of nature. A large number of wo
men visited the boat to see the dwarfs.
But In addition to those who went
to see tho dwarfs, there were many
Others who went to the vessel to see!
friends aboard the craft. Captain Rer
ger ami the band gave a. concert
nboard the vessel during tho morning.
The Logan got away promptly at U
o'clock this morning for GuHm,,'arjd
ON WEDNESDAY, DEC. G,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
On the old Kinau wharf I will sell
1 Double End Iron Boat 18 feet.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Makes OldL OTlxtogrsi JNe-w "
IT CLEANS, DISINFECTS AND VENEERS.
A piece of Cheesecloth moistened with LIQUID VENEER and
passed over your furniture or woodwork will remove grease, dust,
dirt, stains and all foreign matter, disinfecting and veneering at the
All this is accomplished without labor or rubbing.
LIQUID VENEER in ioc. and 50c. bottles, at
E. O. HALLASON, Ltd,
28-32 Hotel Street,
o FOR o
Christmas :-: Goods
CROCKERY, EMBROIDERED SCREENS, KIMONOS,
SILK SHIRT WAISTS, NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC. (
AT LOWEST PRICES. 'j
NEW GOODS NOW DISPLAYED.
Manila, taking with her Dr. Baggs and
family and Miss Cameron for Guam.
Several of the teachers have attend
ed the gesslons of the Maul Teachers'
Association at Paia.
Major Samuel Nowleln, formerly
commandant of the Queen's forces, is
ill at his residence In this town.
Col. John Richardson is still suffer
ing from a serious attack of paralysis.
John E. Gannon, having returned
from the mainland is again at work in
the office of the Pioneer Mill.
The grinding season keeps all hands
A LATE ANSWER.
An answer has been filed in the cir
cuit court in behalf of J. Kalanianaole
and D. Kawananakoa and tho Knplo
lnl Estate, to the suit filed against them
by Lupua Kekaulahao. Tho answer
was filed by Ashford and verified by
Prince David for Prince Cupid who
is away. It was filed at nine o'clock
last night, I ntime to prevent a defaul.
SYMPHONY SOCIETY REHEARSAL
There will be a rehearsal of the Ho
nolulu Symphony Societyon Thursday
night of this week instead of on Fri
day night. , ilfl
NOWitiS SUNRISE BUTTER
There are many kinds of Butter on the Honolulu market. Some
good, some indifferent and some bad. We claim, and are prepared to
back up tho claim, that our
Is the purest and best over offered for sale in these islands.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
Grocery, Vegetable and Meat Dealers.
ur House I
there's nothing like
In the rainy
But we know better.
When the roof starts to leak and the
color looks faint
There's nothing to touch good honest
You need 'em in your business Jg. g5. Signs
Phone 426. 137 King Street.
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
Orders Delivered to
Alt Parts of tle City
JPhone Main 492
Honolulu, T. EL
This Christmas Season we excel. The beautiful assortment that awaits our many customers is the most marvelous
display .ever witnessed in this Territory. It is the result of the clear-sighted policy of catering to the public in an affable
manner, thereby learning what is wanted and what is not wanted. The consequence of our study of popular demands is
that this season's buys have been the most remarkable in quantity, quality and price.
Special attention is called to our lines of Cut Glass, Sterling Silver and Clocks. In these three lines we now take t de
cided lead. Our values this year in Cut Glass cannot be equalled anywhere in the Territory, and the assortment are 'easily
the largest and most attractive. Sterling Silver shows the same privilege as Cut Glass. 'It cannot be touched, with
regard to handsome designs, weight and cheapness of price.
Clocks are in a class by themselves. To be appreciated they must be seen, and when viewed it means a purchase. .
This year, as in former years, we have always surpassed in the following lines, except that our stock on this occasion is
much larger and just as enchanting.
The lines referred to are, China front the famous China centers of Europe. Bohemian Glassware, Pottery, Bronzes,
Electrical, Gas aifd Oil Lamps, Cutlery and the best the world offers can be obtained from us this year.
. Sterling Silver
Handsome .Designs. Rare Assortment,
i ; Cheapness of Price.
'k 'desirable gift from this array can
(rem GOc, to $25.00.
Libbey Cut Glass
The admitted peer of the world's best
cut-glass. We are now sole distribu
tors. A complete line to choose from.
CIvOQKS , k
Always useful and valuable. One
from our etock makes a gjft that Is al
waVs a lasting pleasure. " AH Iclnds to
bo 'haX Tho.Cuckoo,; Hull, Mission,
"Wind Mill, French" ReguTatori Mantle,
Alarm, Etc., Etc.