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THE HAWAIIAN STAR THURSDAY, DECEMBER. 7, 1905.
that can not be beaten. A fine hem-stitched cambric embroid
ered Handkerchief at ioc.
Pure Linen, hem-stitched hand-embroidered Handkerchief
at 15c. or $1.50 dozen.
A box containing dozen fine cambric, hem-stitched initial
Handkerchiefs for 50c. a box.
'A1 SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
SOFA CUSHIONS -
All ready for
1. 8; UV IT GOODS
TO HIS RESCUE
"SAX 'FRANCISCO SPORT RECEIVED THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO
1 DAY TO ENABLE HIM TO. GET OUT OF HIS TROUBLE WILL
, PAY DEBT3 AND LEAVE THE CITY' AFTER HE PLEADSGLT UI Y
TO CHARGE OF GROSS CHEAT.
.The relatives of Fred S. Adams, the
San Francisco sport, have corao to his
rescue and he now walks the streets, a
free man. That Is, he Is a free man
by the grace of Sheriff Brown who per
mitted Adams to depart from' the po
lice; station today on his own recog
nizance, but under promise to appear
in the police court ion Saturday morn
ing to plead to a criminal charge.
Three hundred dollars were cabled to
'Adams, caro of the Bishop & Company's
bank, -today, by relatives, to assist him
out .of hisi.trouble. Adamsdid not keep
the mioney however, for he turned the
entire amount over to the'authorltles
bo that his bills in Honolulu could be
liquidated. The claims against Adams
THE GOOD OLD PLAY
WILL BE PRESENTED TONIGHT
AND THE REMAINDER OF Til
WEEK AT THE ORPHEUM.
For the remainder of the week .and
Saturday matinee the- Buhler company
presents "The Two Orphans." This
play, written by D'Ennery has been be
fore' tho American public for the past
thirty years and only recently has had
a revival in Chicago with an all-Star
cast which showed that It even yet
retains that drawing power which has
placed it at the head of the list of all
dramas from the box office point of
Kate Claxton originated the char
acter of "Louise" tho blind girl through
which she achieved a national reputa
tion. This part will be taken by Miss
Fowler, who .judging from her work
, as Cigarette In "Under Tvro. Flags,"
should give a very creditable perform
Miss Heywurd takes the role of
"Henrletto" her sister, while Miss
Orendorf that of the hag mother of
"Jaques" and "Pierre." Mr. Low'
has the thankless part of the villlanous
"Jaques" which he will handle In a
manner to win the hatred of the gallery
gods while Harry Earl who has shown
great ability and versatility as an actor
will be the crippled "Pierre," whoso
great devotion and self sacrifice for the
orphaned blind girl Is one of the most
touching things ever portrayed on
Richard Buhler will take tho part
of the heroic Chevalier while tho rest
of the cast 13 In good hands.
New scenery and costumes will be In
troduced and no detail overlooked to
make "The Two Orphans" a first class
Beginning next Monday "Sapho" will
hold the boards for three nights and
judging from tho numerous enquiries
for seats promises to be tho biggest
drawing card of tho season.
TWO REAR ADMIRALS
EXPECTED IS WEEK
COMMANDER OF THE PACIFIC
SQUADRON IS DUE ON SATUR-
. DAY AND ADMIRAL STEVENS
Admiral Goodrich With tho.qrulser
Chlcagp, expects to arrive at Honolulu
E TWO ORPHANS
use, for 80c.
Cor Fort and
aggregate $261.60, aa follows: Hawaii
an Hotel, $42.50; Union Grill, $33; Fred
Kiley $161 and Jerry Rooney $21.
Of all the claims, however, It is pnob
able that only those of the Union Grill
could cause any criminal proceedings
to be brought against Adams. With
those claims ho gave two checks on
Bishop & Company's bank, when he did
not have any funds deposited to
meet them, and it was on a charge
of gross cheat that he was arraigned In
the nolieo court todav. The case was
regularly moved on until Saturday
when Adams will' appear and plead
guilty to gross cheat. Sentence will be
suspended to enable him to leave the
city by the S. S. Korea on Monday for
DEATH AND FUNERAL
FUNERAL WAS LARGELY AT
TENDED DECEASED WAS BORN
ON THE ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
LAHAINA, December 6. Major Sam
uel Nowlein died after a short Illness
on December 5. He was born on the
Island of Molokal 51 years ago, his
father being a native of England. He
was twice married, his first wife being
Lucy Ahylng, and the second being ,
Emma U. Smithies of Honolulu. This I
lady, her little daughter Sarah, and
two of the Major's brothers are still
The Major was a prominent member,
of the Church of England, and wast
OF MAJOR NOWLEIN
well known in .Masonic circles. He was , that you mny be spared many years to
initiated In Lodge Le Progres le continue the good work so nobly un
l'Oceonlc, and was considerably ad- dertaken by you fifty years ago.
vanced In the Scottish Rite. Under tho
monarchy he was promoted to the com.
mand of the royal forces.
The funeral took place on Wednes
day afternoon, according to the rites
of tho Episcopal church.
A long procession followed the re
mains the grave. The Chinese Wo
HIng Society was a prominent feature
In the escort. After the 'Interment the
Chinamen left two of their banners
floating over the grave. The pall-bear-
ers were selected from the Masonic
Saturday from ban Franeiscu. ii was
thought ttiat the cruiser Marblohead
Tyould also accompany tne vessel and
then continue to Australia but the
Marblehead had an accident some tlmo
ago in colliding with .the naval ship
Solace so the cruiser Is probably being
detained on account of repairs. Mrs.
Goodrich is now In Honolulu await
ing the arrival of her husband.
Tho Naval collier Saturn left Bre
merton for Honolulu and tho Orient,
Rear Admiral Thomas Stevens, re
tired, will pass the winter In Hono
lulu, accompanied by his wife. They
will be the guests of his uncle J. II.
Bliss of tho Moana Hotel. Admiral
Stevens Is well known In this port for
he was born In the Hawaiian Islands.
They aro expected to arrive here to
morrow by the S. S. Alameda from gan
Francisco. Ho is a popular club man
and the presence of the pair In Hono
lulu during tho winter, will be the
cause of much 'ploasuro to locnl society.
Tho Naval ship Lawton Is to sail
from San Francisco for Honolulu and
tho Asiatic station on December 15.
Mrs.Willlam Winder the wife of tho
comi .ander of tho vessol, will como to
Honolulu by the S. S. Manchuria, ar
riving here D&comber 22.
(Continued from page one).
There was a notable gathering In the
convent yesterday, gome 125 of the rev
erend mother's pupils of tho past forty
years attending. Bishop Libert and
sixteen members of the priesthood
were also among the guests. After a
few words of welcome the following
program was successfully carried out:
Overture "II Borrlcolo" De Grau
Misses M. Vredenburg, V. Cowan,
M. Cowan, M. Eckhart.
The Surprise (Saynetc).
THE MARTYRDOM OF ST. CECILY.
A Drama in Three Acts.
By the Rev. Albany Christie, S. J.
Cecily, Miss H. Bruns: Azrael, guar
dian angel of Cecily, Miss M. Vreden
burg; Mctellis, father of Cecily, Miss
B. Ackermann; Martella, mother of Ce
cily, Miss V. Oowan; Valerian, Miss L.
Yates; St. Peter, Miss 11. Carra; Ur
ban, Miss T. Clioy; Marcus, Miss M.
Brown; Leonidas, a Christian veteran,
Miss P. Kal; Almachius, .Roman gover
nor, Miss R. Tarn Yan; Lucius, a Ro
man soldier, Miss A. Galbralth; Sotcr,
slave of Valerian, Miss M. Lee; Her
mes, slave of Valerian, Miss J. Lee;
Mucro, slave of Valerian, Miss M. Ala-
na; Messenger, Miss A. Wittrock;
Charis, slave of Metellus, Miss R. Tarn
Yan; Maura, slave of Metellus, Miss
L. Tarn Yan.
After Act I. "Tambourine Drill."
After Scene I,, Act III. Fanfare Mlll
taire, (Ascher). Miss A. Meyers, B.
Ackermann,- M. Alana, E. Meek.
After Scene III. The Huntsman's
Chorus, (Weber). Misses M. and C.
Honan, P. Kekumano, E. Holt.'M. Mc
Veigh, K. Brash.
After Scene I, Act III. Sans Souci,
(Ascher). Misses E. McVeigh, B. Niep
jer, C. Jarrett, J. Hughes. '
After Scene II. Zampa, (Herold).
Misses T. Betters, G. Zablan, M. Von
Segfern, A. Otto.
After Scene III.
ny VIII) (Mozart)
After Scene IV.
Oberon, violin and
piano, (Weber). 1st violins. Misses E.
Clark, M. Chuck Hoy; 2nd violins,
Misses G. Cowan, M. Vredenburg, J.
Franks; 3rd violin's, Misses E. Relss,
M. Zablan, H. Cummins and P. Keku
mano; piano, Misses M. and R. Cun
ningham, B. NIeper, E. McCandless.
After last Scene, Jubilee Song.
It was during the first part of the
program that a little girl stepped daint
ily up to the Mother Superior and pre
sented her with a tray which seemed
to bo very heavy. Nor was there any
deception ahout the heaviness for up-
on the cover belng""ralsed it was found
to be stacked with $10 gold pieces, the
sifts of old pupils.
It was quite characteristic of the ven
erable recipient that when she was ask
ed this morning how much the gift
amounted to she answered: "I do not
know. I have not counted It yet."
From another source it was learned
that the sum was $1160.
The address delivered by little Miss
Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Murphy In presenting tho $1100 in
gold was as follows:
"Dear Reverend Mother: On this,
your Golden Jubilee Anniversary as a
Nun, do I in behalf of your many form
er pupils, wish to express their sincere
love and affection. The memory of the
former happy days gone by, the pleas
ant thoughts in connection therewith
and the great benefits attained through
your council and advice are ever with
them.. They are gathered here today
to wish you God's blessing, to wlsft you
all the happiness possible on this earth,
and a Heavenly reward.
"They, your former pupils, grand
mothers and mothers wish me, a
daughter of lone of your pupils, to
present to you this token of remem
brance and esteem.
"Dear Rev. Mother, we pray to God
"Again, on behalf of your former pu
pils, grandmothers, mothers and girls,
large and small, do I congratulate you
on attaining your Golden Jubilee An
niversary as a Nun."
(The closing address from the older
pupils was couched In tho
"Dear Reverend Mother: 'My soul
doth magnify the Lord!' Such Is the
glad hymn df praise and thanks which
from your heart rises on this day of
your Golden Jubilee to the God, who,
'regarding the humility wf his hand
maid,' has done great things In you
and through you. t , -
''Wp share In the unalloyed joy that
fills your soul, and we offer you, dear
Rev. Mother, our warmest congdatula
tlons together with our best wishes
for a Very happy feast and many, many
more returns. We would, on this thrice
(happy day, delight to place with loving
hands a wreath on yiour brow, dear
Rev. Mother, and to lay garlands at
your feet ns a tribute of our admira
tion, but flowers, In their sweet lan
guage, would fall to express our fllllal
"We then, dearly beloved Mother,
turn confidently to Him Who 'hath
shown might in His arm,' and 'filled
the hungry with goorthihg3,' we im
plore His divine Majesty, through tha
Immaculate Queen of heaven, to ox
alt you; dear Rev. Mother, you who
have, 'for this half-century past, been
the humble and faithful servant of the
"Permit us also, on this auspicious
occasion, to congratulate you In tho
name of those on whom you lavlshod
your motherly caro during theseTlfty
years. We know, dear Rev. Mothor,
how eager they would bo to pay you
honor and to testify their affection for
you it they could today share in our
Joy. One mor, in their name, as well
FISHERIES TEST CASE
(Continued from page eight.)
gethcr with the ocean beyond. But
the Ashing grounds from the coral reef
to the 8eabeach are for the landlords
and for the tenants of their several
lands, but not for the others."
The following are the main conten
tions of the Territory on which It Is
asked that the decision of Judge Hum
phreys, affirmed by tho Suproma court
here, declaring that tho various llsh
erles claimed are public property,
should.be affirmed by the highest court:
"The fishery right claimed by plain
tiffs In error (if any ever existed) was
lost' because not presented to the Land
Commissioners for award.
"It has been the law of tho Ha
waiian Islands since tho time of tho
establishment of the 'Land Commission
that any person who ha'd a claim cog
nizable by the board and failed to pre
sent the same and obtain an award
thereon, lost his claim.
"The fishery claimed can not be hold
to be appurtenant to the land granted
to- the predecessor In Interest of the
plaintiffs In error Tho clear re
sult of tho foregoing cttitlons Is that
at common law the right to fish In tide
waters is a public right; that the
riparian proprietors havo no greater
right to fish invtho waters adjoining
their land than that possessed by every
citizen, and that there can be no ex
clusive right In such waters as an ap
purtenance to the lands bordering
thereon. This doctrine Is so well set
tled that there Is nothing strange or
startling In the fact that It was adopt
ed and carried out in the old Hawaiian
decisions which have never been re
versed. "A fishing right can not be acquired
5,'j'A. fishing right can not be acquired
"The Statutes relating to fisheries.
did not create vested rights."
WILY STOCK REPORT
Between Boards: 100 Ewn, $27.50; 500
MdBryde, $8; 25 Klhei, $8; $1000 Cal. B.
S. Ref., 6s, $102.75.
Quotations. Bid. Asked.
Ewa Plan .Co 27.50
Haw. Agr. Co 110.00
Haw. Com. Co 82.50
Haw. Sugar Co. 31.00
fadnokaa Sugar Co 11.00
Haiku Sugar Co . .... 185.00
ICIhel Plan. Co 7.83
ll)Uil OUK'U v'J.
. Oahu Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co 3.00
Olo'walu Co 80.00
Pacific Sugar Mill 210.00
Paia Plan. Co
Ptoheer Mill Co 131.00
Wnlalu.a Agr. Co C9.00
Waimanalo Sugar Co. ... 150.00
I. I, S. N. Co "... 117.50
j Haw. Electric Co 112.50
Hon. R. T. Pfd 101.00
Hon. R. T Com 65.50
Mutual Tele. Co
Oahu: Railway 88.50
Hon. Brew. Co
Fir, Claims 4s 100.00
Hawn Gov't 5s 100.00
Cal. B. S. R. Co 6s... 102,75
Haiku Sugar Co. 6s 103.50
Haw. Com. 6s 105.00
Hawaiian Sugar 6s 101.75
Hllo. R. R. 6s 50.00
Hon. R. T. 6s 107.50
Kahuku Plan. 6s 100.00
Oahu Railway 6s 104.50
Oahu Sugar Co. 60s 103.00
Olaa Sugar Co. 6s
Paia Plan. 6s 103.60
Pioneer Mill 6s 105.00
Waialua Agr. 6s 100.00
' ' HALEIWA.
The Halelwa Hotel, Honolulu's fa
mous country resort, on tha line of tin
Oahu Railway, contains every modern
improvement and affords its guests aa
opportunity to enjoy all amusements
golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and salt
water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding
and driving. Tickets, including rail-
way fare and one full day's room anil
board, nre sold at the Honolulu Statloc
and Trent & Company for $5. For de
pnrture of trains, consult time table.
On Sundays, the Halelwa Limited, 1
two hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returning, arrives In Honolulu at U
as in our own, we wish you, dear Rev.
Mother, a very, very happy feast.
"You are como to our midst, my Lord,
to Increase our happiness, and, by your
dear presence, make this feast the
brightest we ever celebrated. Thanks
be to you for condescending so kindly
to preside over the pure and simple
enjoyments of our youth. May Yiour
Lordship's blessing draw Almighty
God's cholcost favors on dear Rev.
Mothor, and on us the grace of being
here below, her consolation, and, in a
distant future, her everlasting crown In
the mansions above,"
"Tho school has prospered very much
elnce I came hero in 1859," said the
reverend MothSr to the Star, "then wo
had only five boarders and less than
twenty pupils. Now wo have some
times "0 or SO boarders and sometimes
120 day scholars."
Mother Superior Judith has been to
her native land but twice since she first
came here, once in 1S84 and ngaln in
1899. She stayed but a short time on
Among tho pupils of oarfler years
who were present wore Mrs. Anna W.
Wright. Mrs. B. M. Allon, Mrs. T. J.
King, Mrs. John Lucas and Mrs. A. B,
Fine Job printing, Star Oflloe.
'Continued fi-om page one),
frey hod kicks to make agalnt news
paper headlines regarding the serious
charges brought against Metcalf. The
Star yesterday referred to the charges
as being of "Tampering with a Wit
ness," while the Advertiser this morn
ing has a heading "Dirty Work is Al
leged." Godfrey was Informed that
both tho headings correctly describe
Thompson moved for a postponement
of the contempt proceedings, on the
ground that any decision Judge Robin
son might give would affect the Jury
ifi the case of Godfrey vs. Rowland, in
which the bribing and threatening of a
witness are alleged. McClnnahan and
Derby objected. Derby said the pro-
position'would all come out In the trial
anyhow, referring to it as an attempt
to bribe. Judgo Robinson remarked
that it should be colled attempted sub
ornation of perjury, nnd that the
facts should all go to the Jury., He
thought, however, that tho contempt
proceeding should go over until after
the trial, and granted a postponement
to a week from next Monday. The
judge expressed doubts of his power to
punish for contempt In such a matter.
He said that recent decisions of the
Supreme Court had greatly limited the
powers of circuit courts' here to punish
for constructive contempt.
The Godfrey-Rowland suit Is set for
An affidavit waB filed this morning by I
uoairey, in wnicn no eeis lonn an
absolute denial of the statements in
the affidavits of Mrs. Punahoa and hus-
uttuu, w am u uuu.no.
Itee, Frank Godfrey, stated that It
would be easily shown at the hearing
that there was nothing In the Charges.
WILL GO TO HILO BAY WITH THE ; notice of the pendency of these pro
STEAMER LEHUA TO PREPARE feedings be given to said llbellee by
Lieutenant Slattery will go to Hllo
bay in January for the purpose ot
making the preliminary surveys for
the breakwater at that place. He will
charter tho steamer Lehua for the
purpose. Ho will bo at Hllo for some
'days, making tho soundings and bor
ings and attending to other details of
Upon his report will depend whether
' .,. ,
a recommendation for the construction
of a breakwater will bo made to Con
gress by the War Department. A
thousand dollars were allotted recently
for the expenses of the preliminary
WAILUKU, December 6. All tho
mills on Maul are now operating full
blast turning out tons upon tons of
sugar for exportation to United States
ports. Walluku and Pioneer com
menced operation last week, and were
shortly followed by the monster sugar
manufactory at Puunene. The ex
pectations aro that Puunene will turn
nut a big crop this season,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of P. C.
R. Spinola, late of Walluku, Maul,
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On reading and filing the Petition of
Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society of
Hawaii, a corporation, a creditor of
deceased, alleging that P. C. R. Spi
nola, of Walluku, Maul, died intestate
nt Walluku, Maul, on the .. day of
November, A. D. 1905, leaving property
in the Hawaiian Islands necessary to
be administered upon, nnd praying
that Letters of Administration issue to
J. P. Diaz, business manager of said
It is ordered that Monday, tho 15th
day of January, A. D. 1906, nt 10 o'clock
a. m., be and hereby Is appointed for
hearing said Petition 1n the Court
Room of this Court at Walluku. Maul,'
at which tlmo and place all persons
concerned may appear and show cause,
if any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted, and thn,t notlco
of this order be published in the Eng
lish language for three successive
-weeks In tho Hawaiian Star, a daily
newspaper published in Honolulu.
Dated at AValluku, foui, December
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho
EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Sec
4ts-Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Kishida Bono. Libel- )
lant, v. iKlshlda )Llbel for Divorce.
Juhol, Llbellee. )
ORDER: NOTICE OF PENDENCY
Upon motion of llbollant Kishida So-
110, it appearing that on May 10, 1905,
suit was instituted herein alnt Ki
shida Juhel, llbellee, praying that th
bonds of matrimony betweon jwid libel
lftnt and jiald llbellee b dlMOlvtd and
If you will compare the cost of one
of our Sato Deposit Boxes with the
protection derived from its use, you
will surely decide that It la "wortt
while." You can rent a Box for $5 pc
year, place your valuables in It and
havo access to It at all times during
business hours. -
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd
Corner Fort and
For It out
Nlco comfortabte room only $6 month
Large grounds, bath, telephone and.
every convenience. 6S ICukul street
Cottago to Rent. 1111 Klnau street,
corner Pensacola. $30.00 per month. .
Inquire W. Q Atwater, Hawaiian Elec
that said llbellant be awarded the caro
and custody of a minor female child
the fruit of eaid marriage, on tho
ground of the neglect and refusal o
,,,, lllw11 f , ..t.i ,u
I maIntcnance for Bald HbeUant
of tne neglect Qnd rofUfJal of sa)d
helleo .to nrov do suitnhln or othoi
maintenance for said child, nnd It fur
ther appearing that summons herein
has been returned unserved, tho serv
ing officer being unablo to find said
llbellee within this jurisdiction, and
that more than six months have elaps
ed since the bringing of tliis suit, and
that said llbellant has been unable to
'nscertain either the address or resi
dence of said llbellee after reasonable
jand due inquiry and search made with
in said six months, it is Ordered, that
l ine puoncation 01 mis oruer in tho
Hawaiian Star, a newspaper published
iin Honolulu, within said Circuit, six
times ns follows: December 4. 7. 11. 14.
18 and 21, 1903, nnd that said llbellee
appear before such Judge of this Court
ns shall be sitting at Chambers In tho
Court Room at Honolulu aforesaid on
or before January 11, 1906, to answer
libelant's bill of complaint herein, and
in default thereof the Court will pro-
, nnnl .Via 1. .... .1 .1 J 1,
1 , ,
I Witness my hand nt Honolulu this
1st day of December, 1905.
(Signed) J. T. DE BOLT,
First Judgo of said Court.
ATTEST: A true copy.
11, 14, 18, 21,
6ts Dec. 4, 7,
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
FIRST APPEARANCE OF
Mr. Edward Branscombe's
Glee and Goncert
Atf the , .
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16.
With a Special Matinee on Saturday
afternoon, at 2:30 p. m at .which chil
dren and students will be admitted to
all parts of tho Opera House for 25
cents. .. , ,
Mr. Branscombe brings wltlrhlm
FOUR BOY SOPRANOS,
MADAME MARIE HOOTON. CON
MR. DUDLEY CAUSTON, MUSICAL ,
PRICES: Orchestra and Dress Cir
cle, $1; first row, Balcony, $1; last''
rows, Balcony, 75 oents; Gallery1, 50
Reserved seat plans at Wall, Nichols f
& Co. ,T ,
Plans opon to subscribers Saturday
next, to tho gonoral public, Monday.
Subscription list now opon at Wall,
Nichols & Co. .
By Special, requost an Anthem will
bo sung each evening.
COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Xotlrc of Removal and Toner of
The ofilco of my plumbing business
haB beon ronjovod from 1168 Union to
Beretanla street In the Paragon block.
During my absence from the Terri
tory E. Buffandoau will havo full pow
er of attornoy to act for me In all mat
ters. K. W. QUINN.
Fine Job Printing, Star Offlse.