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T1J1? HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY. DECEMBER TO, 1095.
ASummt r Proposition Well, now, thero's the ICE QUESTION! Tou know you'll need Ice, you know It la a necessity In hot weather. Wo believe you are anxious to get that lco which will give you satisfaction, and sro'd like to supply you. Order from 1EHW ICEUD OEeiRK CD. Telephone 1151 131ue, Postofllco Box COO. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd iTVm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager John D. Spreckels. First Vice-President 4W. M. Glftard:... Second Vice-President II. M. Whitney Treasurer Richard Ivors Secretary XL I. Spalding Auditor SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS AGENTS FOR Oceanic Stoainahlp Co., San I'ranclsco, 01. Western Sugar Refining Co., San Fran cisco, Cnl. Baldwin Locomotlvo Works, Philadel phia, Pa. Newall Universal Mill Co., Manufac turers of National Cane Shredder, New York. N. Y. Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San Fnancisco, Cal. HAKT & CO., LTD The Ellto Ice Cream Parlors. Chocolates and Confections lco Cren.'i and Water Ice3 Bakery !.unch. IE FINEST KESORT III IDE 811? Union Railroad SUGGESTS - Comfort Thrte trains dally through cars, first and ,econd class to all points. Re duced rates take effect soon. Write BOW. S. F. Booth Gonoral Agent. No. 1 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Travellers Agree THAT IS Quickest, Finest, Best A Train that Supplies All Demands To St. Louis or Chicago IN 3 DAYS from San Francisco. ELECTRIC LIGHT? READING LAMPS, CLUB A.RS ALL GOOD ' . TINGH Sonta "Pacific Information Bureau til Market Street, San Francisco. Oak Railway and Land Co.'s OCTOBER 6, 1904. OUTWARD. Bar Waianae, Waialua, K'.huku and Way Station 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m. Vor Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Btatio t t7:30 a m., 9:15 a. m., J1:C5 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m :1S p. tn., (9:30 p. m., tll:15 p. m. INW RD. Krrlre Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal Slua and Walanae 8:36 a. m., 5:31 p. m. Errive Honolulu lrom Ewa Mill and Paarl City 17:46 a. m., 8:38 a. m., 10: a. m 1:0 p. m., 4:31 p. m S:tl p. m., 7:30 p. m. DaDr. fBunday Excepted. tBunoay only. Th Halelwa Limited, a two hour train. Jsavea Honolulu overy Sunday at B:U b. m. returning arrives In Hono tala al 16:10 p. m. Tho Limited atopa nly at Pearl City and Watanae. BL V. DENNISON, ,. BupL F. C. SMITH, a. P.4T.A- Pacific ft ML A cough is a danger .signal. You should heed Its warning promptly. Itcglu at onco, and tnko regular doses of All serious lung troubles begin with a common cold. A cold in tho throat easily passes to tho bronchial tubes, aid you liavo broil- rhitis, leading pos sibly to pneu monia or con sumption. Stop your cold beforo It goes down Into the chest. When you bring a bottle of Ayor's Cherry Pectoral into tbo house you bring with it relief, good cheer, hope, and sunshine. It is a standard and unrivaled romedy for colds and coughs. Thcro are many substitutes and Imi tations, llowaro of them and of sc called "Qcnuiuo Cherry 1'ectoral." l!o sure you get AYEU'S Cherry Pectoral. Put up in largo and small bottles. . Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aj cr & Co., Lowell, Mass.,U. S. A. Castle & Cooke,Ltd 3LViir! CAncl J AGENTS FOP New England Mutual Lift Insurance Co OF UOGTOM. iEtna Fire Insurance Co., OF HARTFORD, CONN. Ifllffi I BALDWIN, LIB J. P. Cooke, Manager. OFFICERS: II. P. Baldwin President J. B. Castle First Vice-President W. M. Alexander.Second Vice-President L. T. Peck Third Vice-President J. Watcrhouse Treasurer E. E. Paxton Secretary W. O. Smith Director 5ugar Factora and Commission flerchants AGEN TS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugai Company, Haiku Sugar Company, I'ain Plantation, Maui Agria I'i.al Company, r'.iliei .''((.ntation Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahuku "lantation Company, Kahnlui Railroad Company, Haienkala Ranch Company. & CO, LTD, QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, H. T AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onc- mea Sutrnr rinmmmi TTnnnrv,.. a... Company, alluku Sugar Company, Ookala Suar Plantation Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line Shipping Company. Charles Brewer & Co's Line of Bos ton Packets. LIST OF OFFICERS. Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Robertson.. V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop.... Treas. & Secy. F. W. Macfarlane Auditor P. C. Jones Director C. H. Cooke Director J. R. Gait Director All of the above named constitute the Board of Director. HAD HEARD IT BEFORE. "No, Mr. Penwiggle," said tho fair girl to the literary youth who had pro posed; "I cannot accept you, but that does not Imply "I know what you would say" ho in terrupted bitterly. "A roltetion does not imply any lack of merit, but a num ber or circumstances render nn article, unsuitable. It's tho old story." EXHAUSTED BRAIN. is a fruitful cause of paresis, paralysis, I'Piiepsy, insanity, etc. The early symp toms are headache-, sleeplessness, irri tability, etc., and the prevention and permanent cure of all such disorders is Dr. Miles' .Uestoratlve Nervine, At druggists. If first bottle falls to ben efit, money back. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. lux ALEXANDER DOWIE SELF-STYLE D ELIJAH II, xIAS SUFFERED A STROKE OF PARALYSIS, AND HIS HEALTH IS NOW SO PRECA RIOUS THAT HE FEELS OULIG ED TO GIVE UP THE PERSONAL DIRECTION OF THE CHIUSTIAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. ' CHICAGO, December 17. John Alex ander Dow'o, head of the Christian Catholic Church, hag given up his ru!e and will soon leave for one of tho Isl ands lof the Caribbean sen, there to re main until spring In hopes of regain ing his health. Announcement of th- jMn'iUnn of tho leader of Zion City was made it Zlon City today by Oveis , r J hn c. Speleher. Saturday, President Dowie made it B - ivA.toi - ' THE ASSESSORS WANT TO KNOW AND THE BEST THING TO DO IS TO TELL THEM. "Notlco to Property and Income Tax payers of tho Territory of Hawaii. "Owing to tho fact that theso itaxes aro payable semi-annually In May and November respectively, the undersign ed Assessors of tho sovoral Taxation Divisions of the Territory of Hawaii respectfully request that nil 'taxpayers file their returlns or lists of their prop erty with tho Deputy Assessors of the soveral taxation districts of tho differ ent divisions during tho first two wfeks In January. "Income tax returns for nil Income derived during the six months from July 1, 1905 to December 31, 1E03 in clusive, must also bo filed at tho same time, to which an exemption of $300 as provided by law, Is allowed. JAMES 1,. HOLT, Assessor 1st Taxation, Division. WILLIAM T. ROBINSON. Assessor 2nd Taxation Division. NATHAN C. WILLFONG, Assuror Trri Taxation Division. J. K. FARLEY. Assessor Ith Tavatlon Division." This Is the polho circular which was received today by most of tho resi dents of Honolulu and with It eamo formidable lists signed by the Terri torial Treasurer. They included tho following quota tion: "Section 1283 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii 1903 as amended by Act 87 of itho Session Laws of 1905 rends as fol lows: (Section 12S3.) It, shall be the duty of all persons of lawful age having an Income of Five Hundred Dollars or more, for tho first taxation period, and having an Income of One Thousand Dollars or more for any taxation period thereafter, from all sources, and of nil corporations mado liable to Income tax, to make and render a list or return be tween tho first and thirty-first days of January of each year, In such form ns tho Treasurer of tho Territory may di rect, to tho Asos3orl'ot tho Division In which such persons or eororaiIons reside, locate or do business of tho amount of their or Its Income, gains and profits ns aforosald; and all guar dians, trustees, oxecutors, administra tors, agents, receivers and nil corpor ations or persons noting In a fiduciary capacity .shall make or ronaor a list or return ns aforesaid to tho Assessor of tho Division In which such person or corporation noting in a fiduciary capa city resides or does bunlnrsf. z'. tho amount of lncomo, gains and profits of any minor or person for whom thoy not and tho Assessor shall require overy list or return to be verified by tho oath or afllrmatlon of the rorson or author- WORTH? DIMS AT BON cm known thnl ho would transfer all au thority over the church unreservedly to 'a triumvirate and lenve for tho south ns coon ns he could arrange his affair, and at today's meeting of his follow ers formal announcement was made th.it the church had been placed In the hands of Overseer Spoicher, Judge D. V. Barnes and Deacon Alexander Granger, who, It is stated, have been given full and unreserved authority over the affairs of the church. - - - . Kit. 4--i-vs-t-SS-l ------ ; KEALTY TRANSFERS J : Entered for Record DecemU r 2S, 19jo, From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mary Ann Pa and hsb to Frank Gomes D Joao de Lima to Kaupakulua Wine & Liquor Co Ltd D B N Kahalepuna and wf to Pllemlna Kiahnehawall D Pllemlna Kahaehawall (w) to Hen ry Maul D William O Smith to M A Horner.. A, M Philip M Lansdalo to Albert N Camp Mi Rev. P A Est of Juliette M Cooke by tr et al to K'alulanl Home for Girls Ltd D Lavlna Kapu to Waialua Agrctl Co Ltd Entry Ito Fore Bank of Hawaii LtLd to Augusta G Lansing ii ? Recorded December 21 1905. L A Choy b yatty to A N Hayselden A L; pc land Puuloa, Lahalna, Maul, $25. B 273 v 391. Dinted Nov 4 1905. W L Decoto to George Frorland, A M; mtg J J Newcomb et al on por R Ps 1913 and 1881 bldgs, etc., Main St., Lahainn, Maul. $3C00. B 275, p 275. Dated Dec 20, 1903. Elanl (k) to Kalanlpil (k) et al D; np 3 R P 4770 kul 7387, Pauoa, Hono koliau, Haul. $05. B 27, p 25S. Dated Dec 0, 189S. C R Lindsay and wf to William L Decoto, M; pc land, Puako, Lahainn, Maul; 2 shares In hut land, Mallepal, Kaanapall, Maul. $275.12. B 275, p tiG. Dated Dec 14, 1905. A II Sllva and wf to John R TMxelra, D; 990-100 acr land, Kapakaulla, Wo lhee, Maul. $300. B277, p 259. Dated Dec 18, 1903. Oahu Ralway & Land Co to C W Macfarlane, Rel; lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 blk 2S, Pearl City, Ewa, Oahu. $2500. B 244, p 19G. Dated Dec. 19,9 1905. Clarence W Macfarlane and wf to Oahu Railway & Land Co., D; lots 5 6, 7 and S blk 28, bldgs, etc., Pearl CUy, Ewa, Oahu. $1 and mtg $2500. B 277. p 2C0. Dated Nov 29 1 905. A J Campbell to M P Robinson, P A; gonitnal powers .B 274, p 413. Dated Sept 12, 1903. Oahu Railway & Land Co to Est of Adelia A Cornwel tr of D; lot 8 blk 28 Pearl City, Ewa, Oahu. $110. B 277. p 262. Dated Dec 21, 1905 . Recorded December 22, 1905. Pacific Heights Electric Railway Co Ltd and by comr et al to F E Richard son, D; pes lnnd, franchises, R W bldgs, rolling stock, etc, Pacific HMghts Honolulu, Onhu. $5000. B 277, p 263. Dated Dec 0. 1903. W R Castle tr' by atty to Annie IC Hnrt.C Rel; 1-2 int In por kul 603 np 1, por kul 200 au 2 bldgs otc King St, lzed officer of tho corporation making tho same. t "All taxos amounting to ovor $10 are payabo In U. S. Gold Coin." Tho schedules aro for returns of real property, for lncomo and for employers. K. FIMURODA, 28-32 Hotel Street. o FOR o CROCKERY, EMBROIDERED SCREENS, KIMONOS, SILK SHIRT WAISTS, NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC. AT LOWEST PRICES. Trade California Limited Chicago in 3 Days Leaves Mondays and Thursdays At 9:30 a. m. With '.Diners and Sleepers. Passenger Agent, W. GOODS AT. From Now fiiSf iis9 mm, tins U2o Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. Oahu. $3300. B 232, p 322. Dated Dec 21, 1903 . Annie K Hart and hsb E H et al to Kaplolanl Est Ltd, M; 29620 sq ft land, King Sit, Honolulu, Oahu int in prem ises, cor King & Kekaullke sts, Hono lulu, Oahu. $5662.83. B 275, p 278. Dat ed Dee. 16C, 1903. KAULUWELA BOYS MEET. A meeting of tlfc senior and junior Knuluwela boys wus hold last night when a motion of regret over the death of Starr Kapu was unanimously pass ed. GOVERNOR CARTER'S TRIP. Governor George R. Carter with Mrs. Carter and their Infant son GKorgo R. Carter Jr., will go up the line to Hale lwa today for a brief holiday which will extend over New Years. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. El mmm Mark TO G. Irwin & Co., Office The New Year is at hand and reso lutions are being made on all sides. A first-class resolve Is to use only. primo ager in 1906. You will bo happier and healthier by so doing and will be drinking the best beer obtainable. SPECIAL PRICES. Until January Just Mauka of Hotel. h Linen TREE SEEDS. P'coplo who want seeds from tho Government, can get them free by ap plying to tho local Board of Commis sioners of Agriculture and Forestry or by sl.ndlng a postal card to "Mailing Clerk, P. O. Box 331, Honolulu." Very large supplies aro on hand of the s'eeds of the beet, onion, radish, bean, lettuce, turnip .mustard and watermelon. DR. MILES' HEART CURE Repairs the heart, that pumps the blood, that fills the veins, that convey. the fluid, that nourish the organs, that compose the body, that contain the nerves, that supply the power, that ani mates the man. Keep your heart strong anu healthy and It will nourish your whole body. Sold under a guarantee that first bottle will benefit, or your mcney back. Fine Job Printing, Star Office.