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I No Water Shortage FOR THOSE WHO HAVE EXCELSIOR REDWOOD TANKS Have a t .ink connected with the city water niiiln diul it is (Hi ed while then- l.i a good pressure. Then tli water Ih always avail able In the house ami the pres sure Is always even. Thla Is a good plan for all timeti and Us value cannot be over estimated when there is a. water shortage. The nvt-olstor Is adjustably with round iron Hoops and non slullikablo. Sines from 500 gallons up. Many clr.es now on hand. 177 S. King Street. I Hawaiian Carriage Man nfacturing Com pany U7 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47. p. o. box los. Manufacturers of all kinds of Car rlagsa and Vehicles, Wagons, Wagon Materials of all descriptions supplied; Rubber Tiros put on at reasonable prices; Repairing, Painting and Trim ming; satisfaction guaranteed; estl uateo given. C. W. ZEIGLER. Manager. EABT & CO., LTD The Elite Ice Cream Parlors. Chocolates and Confections Ico Cream and Water Ices Bakery Lunch. II FINEST BUI II TIE Sill Oak fitetoj and land CVs OCTOBER G, 1904. OUTWAR ffor Waianae. Wu' Ua, Kaliuku and Way Stations 0.r a. m., 3:so p. m Tor Pearl City, I. . Mill and Way Stations t7:S0 o. .n., 9:15 a. m., 11:Q5 n. in., 2:1.- n., ?:20 p. m, E:15 p. m., t3:?0 p a., tU:J5 p. m. INWA QLxrlve Honolulu fr alua and Waianat p. m. drrive Honolulu frm Pearl City t7:4G j 10:38 a. m., 1:40 m 6:01 p. m., 7:30 p. m. ' "Daily. , tdunday 'Excepted. , tSunday only. The Halelwa Limited, train, leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 1:22 a. m., returning arrives In Hono lulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Walanae. i Kaliuku, Wai j:3G a. m., 3:31 i Ewa Mill and in., S:36 a. m., 1:31 p. m a two-hour O. P. DENISON, uUpt. P. C. SMITH, G. P. & IT. A. m i coi in UflmmlHsia.i Merchants Sagar Factjrs. AGENTS FOR The Ehva Plantation Company, The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd. The Kofcala Sugar Company. The Walmea Sugar Mill Company. Thb Pulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo Tha Standard Oil Company. ttTae George F. Blake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. (The New England Mutual Lite Insur ance Company of Boston. tTse Aetna Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. CThe Alliance Assurance Company of London. THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MATURITY' CO. Ltd. Ileal Estate, Mortgages, Loans ant Xnvetment Securities. Homes built oi the Installment plam. Home Office: Mclntyre Building., T. H Ij. K. KENTWELL, General Manag-ei REMOVAL NOTICE DR. T. MITAMURA. Residence: No. E0 Vineyard street on xnaulta eldo 2nd gate Ewa side from Nuuanu. Office: No. 1412 Nuuanu street on Ewa Bide corner Vineyard. Office Hours: 9-12 a. m.; 5:30-7:30 p. zn. Sunday by appointment. Telephone: Office Whito 151; residence Whlta 152. . P, O. BOX 842. Puro k,uwu m..K The skin clear, smooth, healthy. Impure blood bloUlies the skin with pimples, Korea, boils, eciemn, eruptions. Mr. G. W. llurtner. Keetletown, Vs., telU of tlio bad condition tio wa in, and how he was cared by Aver s Town - Talk Hi Tho Man About Town. Sarsaparilla ! JSImrtly nftcr ha . lug college, 1 xetir troubled wllli n ckln lli'.no which showed Itself tlrit at tlio ankle. riijlrlnin pin nouured it cizeiii.1, uisl trailed uio for tlut complaint. Tlia eruption crept slowly up my limbs, and on the Imdy, until It cnei oped tlio wholo frame. It gave mo Intlnlte trouble, with constant Itching, casting olfof dry scales, and a watery liquid which would exmle from under tlio scales. 1 treated It for orer threo years unsuccessfully, and was unable to check It until I began using Ayrr'a S.irsap:irllla. I used three bottles of this medicine, and was completely cured my skin becoming as smooth and clear as before." Thero are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get "AYER'S." Prepared by Dr. J. C. A er & Co., Lowell, Mass.. U. S. A. GasiiQ & Gookeltd Insurance Agents AGHNTR CO? New England Mutual Lift Insurance Co OF BOSTON. jEtna Fire Insurance Co., OF HARTFORD. CONN. Will ! 111, LID J. P. Cooke, Manager. OFFICERS: H. P. Baldwin President J. IS. Castle First Vice-President W. M. Alexandcr.Second Vice-President j. T. Peck Third Vice-President J. Waterhouse Treasurer E. E. Paxton Secretary W. O. Smith Director 1 itni given to understand thnt Frank Knitter hits decided not tti run for any olllee next time. Frank has talked a good (leal of running for supervisor, but I guess ho hn given it tip. Why? Ho has acquired an Interest In n vestiUi r int. How could any iniiii run a res taurnnt and run for ollleo at the s.iine time? Just luinglhtt tho line of bums thnt would be on hand nil through the campaign! The restaurant would have to feed 'more free patrons than cash customers. o o o o "Are you nil Insnijo expert?" was asked by a bystander of a doctor about to be cnlled In tho Johnson case tho other day. The doctor tiuletly replied that he wns not, but that possible lie was an export on lnsnnlty. o o o o Judge Gear came back from Hllo on the Kalulanl In a stateroom. Hut 1 do not think the books of the steamship company nt Hllo show it. They prob ably show thnt thero was one enbln passenger nnd three Japanese deck passengers und the one Is not Gear. I am told thnt when the former judgo went to book ho was Informed that there were no cabins. Ho Insisted on going and was booked with two Japs ns deck passengers. '"Whore Is tho other Jap?" was asked when he got to tho boat. "He Is right here." said Gear, 'and ho Is the biggest Jap you ever saw," which was perfectly true. Just how the mistake occurred i do not know, but In some way or other the pondorous ex-Judge was booked as a deck Jap. Perhaps It was a bit of poetic Justice, for ho had two Japanese clients with him and had been taking Japs from Hllo. Gear was prepared, I understand , to lay his mnsslve head on deck If necessary mid to eat r!ec and llsh nnd pol If he could only get back, and he nccepted n Jap deck passage ticket on that basis. I should like to have seen him in the predicament on a crowded boat. o o o Tho present Mrs. Marshall iFleld, widow of tho great Chicago drV goods prince, might almost be drilled ns tho goddess of high art economy. Sh? hasn't been Mrs. Marshall Field aid In control of millions very long. For many years she was the wife of Ar thur J. Cato'n, until his death, about rlftcen months ago, left her a widow. Arthur J. Caton was the son of Chief Justice Caton one of tho early jurists of Illinois, and for many years a jus tice of tho supremo court. Ho was a man of great learning and indefatlg ablo research into the natural hlstcry and ethnology of the Illinois country. When ho died ho left an estate that was large for those days perhaps half a million. This made Arthur J. Caton a little too rich to require him to engage se riously in any productive effort, and ho became tho first and until his death remained the foremost, of Chicago's leisured class. He wasn't exactly either a snob or a cad. He was rather a good fellow at heart, but he made being a gentleman his avocation. Mrs. Caton was a perfect helpmeet. As long as ho lived Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Caton ted and guided In a very largo degreo tho destinies of Chicago society. Whatever Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Caton did was tho model of form for others. If Mrs. Cuton gave a dinner, tho guests and their arrangement, tho decorations and tho service, were fault less, not becauso she had followed good form but because sho led it. It was her opera parties that were written about in the .papers. Her equipage set the mode. Service in Mrs. Caton's household was the best recommenda tion a maid or a butler could have, for her servants were trained to tho nice ties of refined households. Sho was a patron of art and letters, ns her hus band was a patron of science and scientific societies In a perfectly pro per way. But all this tltno Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Caton with a fortune of a- miserable half million were running at the head of a herd where annual Incomes of a million were so common as to confer no distinction and thiro were some pretty good runners In the bunch too. 1U tho way sho did It that entitles her to a seat on Olympus, and Arthur, If he needs an Income where he has gone, ought to be able to make It by prac tical talks on "How To Make Your Money Go a Long Way." How Mrs. Caton did it was the won der of those who knew what she did. But she did It by that same kind of brainy economy which Queen Alexan dra was taught to practice when sho was a daughter in her father's houso before ho came to the throne. She did it because she had brains. Sho managed tho household expenditures htrself, and she knew both markets nnd goods. Other people hired high priced talent to design things. dresses, household decorations, to plan dinners and entertainment. She did these things htrself and did them well. She had only to employ assistants to exe cute. Other dames could give Kim ball or Brewster carte blanche to pro vide equipage. She had to study, and 3gure, and put brains Into the matter. Her husband must keep a stable In keeping with hl3 character as a gentie- nan of leisure. Where others could buy horses without asking the price, and discard all that did not come up to the standard they wanted, she made her husband study horses until ho knew the promising colt In a band of yearlings, or could see the prize win ning coach horse in a bunch that were going to bo shipped to Ottawa for tho new bus line to Deer Park. And so Arthur J. Caton's stable was better than anybody's except tho Moores', or General Torrance's or tho Vanderbllts who spent a hundred time. as much money as ho did, and didn't always take the prizes away from him at tho horse show either. The last time I saw Arthur J. Caton, he was driving a winning four-in-hand to n French brako at the Chicago Horse Show. That was tho night he caught the cold, that carried him off. At the end of the year of her widow hood Mrs. Caton married Marshall Field, and now she is a widow again with thirty or forty millions to spend. Wliat can't she do now? Willi Pit is commencing to simmer and tho argu ment will soon wax warm. No other argument is needed to prove that Primo Lager Is tho best beer In Honolulu than that furnished by a package of tho stuff. It speaks for Itself and Its quality stands revealed in every drop. Order a caso and mako tho test yourself. BRANCH HUSTACE PECK CO., LTD. OS Queen Street Sugar Factors and Commission flerchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugftt Company, Haiku Sugar Company, Paia Plantation, Maul Agrict I'i.al Company, Kihei 1'iantaMon Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahuku Plantation Company, Kahului Railroad Company, I'a'.eakala Ranch Company. c, 6 CO, LTD, QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, H. T AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company. ailuku Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line Shipping Company. Charles Brewer & Co'a Line of Bos ton Packets. LIST OF OFFICELS. Charles M. Cooke President Goo. H. Robertson. .V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Blsl op....Treas & Secy. F. W. Macfarlane Auditor P. O. Jones Director C. H. ooUe Director J. R. Gait Director All of the above named constitute the Board of Director-. LINGERING COUGHS. Persistent coughs that continue through tho spring and summer usual ly indicato some throat or lung trou ble and It Is a sorlous mistake to nec- lect them. Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy Is famous for its euros of coughs of this naturo and a fow doses taken in time may save a doctor's bill and nerhans vears of suffarlnor. TiVir sale by all dealers. Benson. Smith & Co.. agents for Hawaii. Fine Job Printing, Star Offlc. Nobleman Wife's Prisoner in Own House romJSfJBjiD, Marquis Towiwhend'8 romantic, sen sational caso ha enthralled all Eng land. The allocations that in the beginning of tho twentloth century a marquis of nnolont llnongo nnd royal connections has boon made tho victim of a sham lunnoy inquiry; that he is a prisoner in his own house, that his mother, tho Dowager Marchioness Townsond. who ii denied access to him, protests his ab solute sanity, and that this conspiracy Having baggage contracts with the following Steamship Co.'s Lines: Oceania Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental Steamship Co. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Toyo Kiscn Kaislia Steamship Co. Wo chock your outgoing baggage at your homes, saving you tho trouble and annoyance of checking on tho wharf. Incoming baggago checked on steamers of above companies and deliv ered with quickness and dispatch at your homos. OCeleiDlxoxae Main SO should be carried out, in the heart of Mayfair are cortalnly startling. This remnrkablo affair which hud its beginning In a dlscreotly circulated letter for tho Hnanclal support of a rich wife. Is now nonrlng its Interest ing and In the ponding court proceed ings in which tho rolntlves of tho Mor quls will seek to havo him releasod from the custody of Ills wife In whoso euro ho was placed by a London Lu nacy Commission following hla avow- 3 IYS IJV LESS THAN and over The Only Double-Trt k Railway between the Missouri River and Chicago. Tliree Fast TrolJis VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC, UNION PACIFIC AND CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAYS. OVERLAND LIMITED, VESTIBU LED. Leaves Sa.i Francisco dally 11:C a. m. Tho most luxurious train in the wo rid. New P tllman drawing room and stateroom cars built expressly for this famous train. Gentleman's buffet and" Lady's parlor observation car. Book-lovers Library. Dining car meals a la carte. Electric lighted throughout EASTERN EXPRESS. VESTIBU LED. Leaves San Francisco at G:30 p. m. Dally. Through Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleeping Cars to Chicago, Dining Cars. Freo Reclining Chair Cars. ATLANTIC EXPRESS. VESTIBU LED. Leaves San Francisco at 6:00 p. m. Dally. Standard and Tourist Slee pers. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS Wednesday, Thursdays and Frl days. The best of everything. Clilooajo $s Northwestern ISSy R. R. RITCHIE, a A. P. C, or S. P. Company's Agent. G17 Market St. (Palace Hotel) San Francisco. Trade kffi California Limited Mark TO Chicago in 3 Days Leaves Mondays and Thursdays At 9:30 a. m. With Diners and Sleepers. VSu Passenger Agent, W. G. Irwin & Co., Office Union Daci ic Railroad SUGGESTS Sneed and Comfort Three trains dally through cars, first aid second class to all points, Re luced rates take effect soon. Write ow. S. E. Booth General Agent. No. 1 Montgomery Street', San Francisco. E ed attachment for a malo friend. J Tho Marquis who Is forty years old hns been tho hero of scoros of eccentrio oxplolts. His most unconventional act) manifested itself In his matrimonlall circular through which, last May, ho married Miss Gladys Suthorst, daugh-( tor of Thomas sutneret, a rien oarnsior who in 1891 appeared ns a Labor Loader and oi-Kanizcd tho groat London 'bus Travellers Agree THAT ft Own 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, , CLUL CARS ALL GOOD ' ,TINGS SOuita'Pacifc Information Bureau CIS Market Street, San FraiicUco. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. V strike. Il irtiiiliftB- r iHtf -iSiiil- " fiTi it Uniiliirii