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THE HAWAIIAN STAll, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1908, TU.UHISTS ATTENTION ! . v. w vi vmcris it 1 1; nts. have the most complete line of Clu1.Stbl. Pago 6 Hawaiian and Samoan curios In town. I;nl , ,ta r ,.VJ1 .1.' n.i ,.o n fnue H. Wntcrhouso Trust Co Page G auai viu linns" w fcome. WOHAN'S EXCHANGE PACjiEcps WS'tTHIS l'EUSON .WHO stiFFians with a. looilikfrhc who goes, to the den But DW'n,iKtpU suffering with dand ruff nclecl 'to treat for It .with the hope that it-Will soon disappear. , PACHTOCO Si'DANDKUFJ' K.lMtu Jlenry May & Co N. S. Sachs Dry Goods C6... .Pago 2 .Pago G NEWS IN A NUTSHELL rurasraphs Thut (Jlvo Con ilenscil A'nvB of this Day. I It doesn't make any difference what you want or what you havo but don't want, Star Classified Ada will help you out with absolute certainty. Want Ads Inserted threo time! for 25c. WEATHEIl REPORT. Local Office U. S. Weather Bureau. Young Bonding. Honolulu, April 21, 1900. 6 a. in., 70; S a. m,, 73; ,10, a,, in., 7C; noon, 70. Morning mlnlmihri, CS, unwimotov. s n. m.. 30.09: nbs6luto ts tho ttnly,sitre.jnoanR of permanently humidity, S a. in., G.181 grains per cubic radlea.ting Jivdaidrufr nuisance. Try fcjot: relative humidity, 8 ,n. in.. GS. IL - , Wind, velocity, C a. in.,. .20, northeast; SoR. hy nil druggists and at Pacho- g.a.m., 17, northeast; 10 a.m., 12, north- eos Bajbei; 6hop,.92S, Fort street. iei. east. noon, 13, cast Maln.SSi. tj ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL Tablq -djpard for Summer months $50 Boom and Board jeaspnable. Address, II. BEWS, Manager. BR. A. ft.' DJERBY", DENTIST. CXUce In Boston Bulldlnc. Hours: .9 a. m. to 12 noon; 1 p. m t o. m. ' COMPANY LTD. Bole manufacturers and agents of Bcnulno Kola. Mint. (Don't, buy poor ImitatUoiiB.) Phbno Main, 71. S. SAEKi, Bamboo Furniture . . AND PICTURE FRAMES. Neat and Handsome jDenlgns made to order. Kt Benrtanla Street, near PunchbowL TELEPHONE 3LUE 881. 24 Rainfall during 2i hours ended S a, m., .01 inches. Total wind movement iurmg. hours ended at noon, 370 miles. ALEX. MCC. ASHLEY, Section Director. LONDON BEETS: April G, 8 shillings C ponce; last previous quotation, April 3, 8 shilling, G 1-1 pence. SUGAR: Now York, April 17, 3.42 coins a pound; last previous quotation, Aipril 12, 3.4S cents a pound. 2ME. OHTA, Contractor anr- Buildsr t!ai.ise Painter Newsboys Angry at Advertiser YOUNGSTERS DEPRIVED OF A FEW NICKELS BY CHEAP NEWS PAPElt SCHEME. A crowd of little newsboys on Fort street this morning angrily sought for conies of the Advertiser "free sneclala" land toro thorn Into shreds, rrho young sters had expected to .make - a,' fmv cents selling legitimate extra' news papers; hence their Indignation at tho ft eo distribution of a lot of "ily leaf publications." ' The "free special" business, began yesterday at about noon, i when tho morning paper gathered together1 all the news which Slur and other extras up to that time contained, and printed at on a piece of paper as a circular. For tho rest of the day it issued these at intervals, containing such news ns was posted on tho window of the coble of llce. Tli Star continued the Issuance of extras at such times as news war ranting it was obtained. This morning at about S ' o'clock an Advertiser man appeared at the corner of Fort and King, with a handful of the freo circulars. Ho was surrounded by a howling crowd of newsboys, and whenever uny of them could get hold of a copy they tore it to' shreds. Tho street salo of tho regular Ad vertiser yesterday morning was com pletely stopped soon after 7 o'cloi !:. as on tho day before, by tho early issues of extras of evening papers, hence, ap parently, camo the sudden decision to Hood the town with freo circulars. Tho latter were gladly received and read by a largo number of people who felt tho strain of paying five cents for real newspapers. ' There is no money in the Issuance of fast following extras by any local newspaper, except for tho newsboys. Tho expenses of printing them very frequently overtop the receipts. It is, however, a matter of newspaper enter- No. An oven thermometer Is a great con venience. Carr havo one iiut on any stove. Sco W. W. Dlmond & Co., Ltd. A public land sale notice appears In this issue. The steamer Kinau was reported at 8:05 a. m. today. Bead Henry Waterhouso Trust Com pany's ad on page five ln this issue. Miss Helen Hyde tho artist, Is re turning to Japan by tho America Maru S. Glascow, of Seattle, is a Hour man prise, and the lads who rush to and going out to tho Orient by the America i fro with the papers always make their Maru. , profits. The ship Ehvell arrived yesterday There are reports of a newsboys' from Lahaina to be repaired as she has boycott of the Advertiser as a result been leaking badly., jot Its unusual action. The freo extras, Special sale of U. & G. Corsets begins howovcr, are doing considerable1 ser Monday morning at Sachs'. Splendid vice and are eagerly read, and the cost bargain opportunities. '.of printing them is practically noth- O. H. P. Noyes tho tea mnn is making ing. his regular trip to the Orient. He Is on tho S. S. America Maru. PROMOTION COMMITTEE. C. J. Day will speak at the 4:30 Sun- ! The Promotion Committee met at 1:15 day afternoon meeting in the Y. M. C. !p. m. and passed a resolution, respect A. hall. All welcome. Supper at G:30. fully suggesting that out of the lnoneys A blacksmith and a machinist are received as much as possible bo for wanted to go to Kauai on April 24. "'arded at once. The secretary flis in Apply Immediately to Hawaiian Elcc- structed to take charge of the i rcll6f trie Co. ' ' , bureau into which the Committee re- Damlen Council Y. M. I. will hold a solved itself and further Instructed him mwini m,.tinir tomorrow mnrnlnir to to receive and forward remittances for CwMr7T""t nPflr kw ! decide on the relief to San Francisco friends. A motion was passed that the m Mierldan f -t. near King. secretary do everything to assist Gov- The store on Fort street at present ernor In relief work, occupied by Y. Wo Sing & Co. is offer- The Promotion Committee will meet ed for rent after Mny 1st. Apply to at 9 "o'clock every morning while the Club Stables. 'trouble Is on. Honolulu, 1 1 I. Telephone V. ti.te 601. TELEP11'"'VE Omoe',' Main' u:i. .Residence; I'.lue 2291 Wallace Jackson General-Ba ggage HJXPKUSS ao;d Dray Business The transport Sheridan sailed from San Francisco last Monday, two days before the disaster. She Is due hero next Tuesday. Pacific Lodgo No. S22 A. F. and A. M. held a special meeting at 11 a. m. to appropriate for general relief fund In San Francisco. Basket ball this evening at Y. M. C. A. gymnasium at 8 o'clock. Koko Heuds vs. Diamond Heads; Kams vs. G , O'clocks. Admission 10 cents. On account of the news from Cali fornia there will be no degree work at McKinley Lodge, K. of P., this evening. There will be a special meethif of DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE ,al'i ChPter ?' 3' rd"" , 0t ,th? I AiUlCI U UU , 11111 U4.k;4. UVSUJI 41k CABLE OPENING. Tho cable office announced soon af ter two o'clock this afternoon that it was ready to send messages to San Francisco. An Associated Press mes sage from here was the first to be filed upon tho annoulncement. After that, came many private messages of Inquiry. CITY LARGE OR SMALL PARCELS. Office and Stand: Merchant and Nuu axra streets. The Best Butter Is None Too Good The best huttcr I3 nono too &mA. ,Tbo quality of butter Is a carious matter and one which my Mot be trifled with. Good traitor is a thing of joy and an eixfsriliK delight. Bad or even Iraflifferent butter is an insult ts til a lat and In some cases lajariovm t health. CRYSTAL SFEINGfl BUTTER ts as good xa can bo made. It has been Honolulu's favorite butter for muir rears and Is today more popular (Iran ever. W( POUNDS FOR 65c. Limited Telephone Main 45 5 HAM FRANCISCO AGENTS. "Whelkcr (he S, S. Mongolia will bo dispatched on tlmo from San Francisco on April tS for Honolulu and the Ori ent is uncertain. Tho ofllccra of tho America. IJaru report that there was shortage of "float" coal as tho coal usually used by the liners is termed, rrhere may bo thereforo difficulty in Blvlnc bcr coal at San Francisco. Ev erything In this respect Is conjectural, hewevor, as Is .tho probable departuro of the B. fi. Sonoma. But it is highly probable that tho Sonoma did not got away on limo last Thursday, as the flro hroke out U10 day before. o'clock, In the Masonic Temple. An entertainment in aid of the Pa larna playground and clubs will be giv en at Palama Chapel on Tuesday even ing May 1. Tickets are twenty-five cents. The whistle will be blown five times when the cable oluce cau accept mes sages ""for San Francisco direct. This is by 'direction of Superintendent J. D. Gaines, Adjutant Bamberry of the Salvation Army will speak at the 10 o'clock car men's service tomorrow morning in the H. R. T. & L. Co's club houso. All welcome. Lieut. Cushman, U. S. N., and Mrs. Cushman gavo an afternoon reception on Thursday in honor of tho officers of the Argentino training ship Presl dete Sarmlento. Chang Huey who Is a passenger on the S. S. America Ma-ru for Shanghai, was Chinese minister to Peru. Ho is returning homo accompanied by his in terpreters and clerks. O. T. Shlpman of tho finance commit tee of tho Hawaii Board of Supervisors arrived by the steamer Mauna Loa yesterday in connection with tho leas ing of a koa foresti near the Volcano House. Ca ptaln Dias and ofllcers of the Ar gentino training ship Presidente Sar mlento entertained in honor of Admiral and Mrs. H. W. Lyon yesterday after- A Columbia Qraphopl one Is given absolutely freo to Star subscribers. Head offer on page 7. CHOICE ALGAROBA. FIRE WOOD SAWED AND SPLIT OR IN 4 FEET LENGTHS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. LEAVE ORDER3 WITH W. W. DIMOND & CO. Agonts for East Nlu Ranch. KINAU ARRIVED THIS MORNING The steamer Klnau arrived this morning from Hllo and way ports with a good sized crowd of passengers. Tho news of the San Francisco disaster was heard at Laupahoehoe last Wed nesday afternoon. The message was sent by wireless to Hawaii from Honolulu. 1 7 l- H i .' 'i ' . .-v -' - 1 " : . i .j , . Ui 1.1 , 1 - ... . . . .., J anies F. Morgan , AUCTIONEER AND 'BROKER., ' i 11 Mi'857 Kaahumanu St. Tel. Main 7.' P. O Bos BM. s . THINK CROCKETT ESCAPED. The following message was received from Williams, Dhnond & Company by the Sugar Factors Co. at 1:52 p. m. today via Europe: "Believe all agency offices burned. Think Crockett safe." The remainder of the cablegram was In code. noon. A small number of guests were present. J. M. Ezera's followers of tho "white stocking hrigade" were amestcd at Walluku on Friday night, April 13 for trespass and disturbing the peace of the home of W. B. Keanu, and sen tence was suspended for 13 months. The annual meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will bo held in Y. M. C. A. Hall Monday evening, April 23, at 8 o'clock All members are invited to attend After the business is through a pro gram of music and refreshments ds arranged for. Arthur W. Cornwall is a retired coal dealer of San Francisco. He and his wife aro aboard tho S. S. America Maru for a vacation in the Orient. Ho own ed appartment houses at tho corner of Polk and Post streets. The houses were in all likelihood destroyed by the lire. There were a number ,of people on tho America- Maru who desired to stop over at this port, but hearing of the disaster and the probability that there would bo a delay In tho next Oriental bound steamer leaving San Francisco, they decided not to stop nt Hoolulu. An urgent emergency meeting of tho Research Club is called by the execu tive committee to meet in tho Y. M. C. A. building this evening at 7:30 o'clock. All mombors and friends of the club and general public nro oxpocted to at tend. Only newspaper notices of trio meeting will bo glvon. article on the coming yacht race. It Is illustrated and contains some fine cuts of tho La Paloma as well as a picture of Commodore Hobron. It also has a map of the Hawaiian Islands showing tlu proposed route of the minor yacht races. It Is a well writ ten article. It Is by Allan Dunn. NO MESSAGES BEING RECEIVED. .YIthough there are messages being sunt at the ofllee for transmission to San Francisco there are nono being ro- ceived for the Duplex system at tho other end is out of order. They havo the apparatus but It Is not connected. INQUIRY FROM ENGLAND. Acting Governor Atkinson received a cable from Mrs. Gibbon his sister, in Portsmouth, England asking for news of Mrs. S. G. Wilder, who left here on tho Mongolia for San Francisco. Mrs. Wilder is believed to hare left San Francisco some days before the earth. quake. i DANGER LOCAL E WHAT LOCAL GROCERS AND MAR KET PEOPLE SAY REGARDING THE CONDITIONS IN HONOLULU. Expert and Oval Rackets Tho latest Rackets oa the market. They aro beauties, call and and oxamlno thfem. Wo havo a good Bupply of Tennis Balls, Tapes, Nets, Shoos, and nil sorts of Tennis Goods, Rackets re-strung with the best of English Gut and work guaranteed. 1L E. O. JEI2L1LI- fk SON, Ltd. To the Public! : ; . v; Vc always welcome a comparison of prices and an exam ination of our Fresh Meat. This applies to our Meat Business, on all of which our prices ore as reasonable as is consistent with the standard of quality, and strictly maintained in a most sanitary condition. ' TELEPHONE ORDER DEPARTMENT. Patrons unable to visit our establishment arc assured of 'expeditious service and the same careful attention as is given to purchases made in perjon. t YEE HOP & CO., KING STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 251. 1 , WHO'S ALL RIGHT ! STANLEY STEPHENSON, T HE PAINTER. HE'S ALL RIGHT. S. S. SIGNS ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. ARTICLE ON YACHT RACE Tho Sunset Magazine for tho month of April arrived yosterday on tho America Maru. It contains a lone With the exception of some fresh vegetables, fruits, butter and cheese, and possibly hams and bacon, there is little danger of these being any food shortage in Honolulu. Inquiry at the Metropolitan Meat Market this after noon ellcted tho information that there was absoluely no danger of any short age of fresh meats. "We have ample supply of fresh meat on hand said W. F. Hellbron foreman of the market. "We have a sufficient quantity of hams to last for several weeks but In butter and cheese we are likely to run out by the end of next week. There need be absolutely no ap prehension whatever over any shortage of fresh meat. We will make every effort to secure fresh shipments of but ter from Puget Sound, if It bo necessary Wo have poultry to last about a month. At Lewis and Company and H. May and Company, grocers, practically tho same statements relative to food eup. piles were made. Tho only articles that aro likely to run short are butter, cheese, hams, and tho fresh vegetables and fruits. So far as other stuff Is concerned there Is no danger for months, of any shortage. F. M. Lewis stated that attempts had been mado by Chinese to buy hams in quantity but ho had refused to sell hams by the, crato. Wo would ha-vo to uso care in disposing of this class of goods or wo would run short. Their stock of canned fish and vegetables was amnio to last for months. Thero is no shortago of flour. The S. S. Oregonlan duo in a couplo of days from Seattle haa a largo cargo of flour and feed aboard. Thero also seems to bo a good supply of rlco and potatoes on hand. Plenty of potatoes can bo brought from tho other Islands, it is thought. Tho S. S. Alameda may it Is thought bo nblo to bring fresh supplies on her return trip. OajooLOura. & Co LIQUOR DEALERS. Corner Queen and Alakea Streets Orders Delivered to AIX I arts of tlie Oity Phone Main 492 Honolulu, T. H. Japanes a Chin Just Received COMPLETE ASSORTMENT : WHICH INCLUDES A SPLENDID VARIETY OF TEA POTS, SUGAR BOWLS, CREAM-. ' ERiS, CUPS A'ND SAUCERS, PLATES, FRUT SAUCERS, GIN TRAYS, BON BON BOXES VASES, TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS, EGG CUPS, MATCH SAFES,'' PEPPER AND SAtLT . SHAKERS, TOOTH PICK HOLDERS CAN DLESTICKS, ETC., ETC. W . W. DIMOND CO., LTD. Columbia Graphophoc; free. See Columbia Graphophone f See page 7. page 7.