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Mew Fall Pattern Hals
Octobpr 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
CVXVL MODEL CONTEST NOW ON.
A Coupon with every 25c. purchase.
EXCEPTIONAL MONEY SAVING VALUES
MONDAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY.
Regular 15c. and. 20c. Printed Batistes. Special 10c. yard
Ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases.
Regular $1.25 new White Lawn Shirtwaists at j)5c. each.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
CHAIRMAN ROlJSRTtSON SAYS
THIS REPUBLICAN MEETING
WAS A BIG SUCCESS.
UNITED STATES JUDGE DOLE IS TO DECIDE THE MEAT CASE TO
MOimOW AFTERNOON NOTABLE LITIGATION WHICH ENGAGED
A LARGE PROPORTION OP THE LOCAL TALENT A LONG LIST
OF PROMINENT DEFENDANTS IN THE CASE.
Tour Insurance Pollcy-be STILL INSURED. Have tlio USE of your
MONEY. Wo will SELL your INSURANCE POLICY' or ADVANCE MONEY
GENERAL ADVERTISING AND COLLECTING AGENCY.
Wnity Building, Honolulu.
GEO. K. LA MONT, Manager.
Hono Main 4CS. Cable Address "Gacy."
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street.
(Over May & Co.)
I Can oll
YOUR REAL, ESTATE OR BUSINESS
NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED
Properties and Business of all kinds
sold quickly for cash In -all parts of
tho United States. Don't wait. Write
today describing what you have to sell
and glvo cash prlco on same.
IF Y'OU WANT TO BUY
; any kind of Business or Real Estato
anywhere at any price, wrlto mo your
requirements. I can save you time and
DAVID I?. TAFP,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue.
(Continued from Page One.
DAILY STOCK REPORT
Between Boards Sales: 5 Ewa Co.,
$2G.50; 25 Ewa, $26.50.
Session Sales: 100 Pioneer $140.00.
Stock. Bid. Asked
C. Brewer Co $ $400.00
danger of the ve&sel breaking up Is
therefore much more greater how than
It was before.
It was stated by people on tho water
front this morning that 'the vessel
ought to have been run Into Pearl
Harbor channel where she Could have
struck on a soft bottom Instead of be
ing driven against a hard rock or coral
where she Is now thought to bo.
Efforts will.' It is thought, be made
to get the water pumped out of tho
Sheridan promptly so that she can bo
hauled off the ground again and hur
ried to' Honolulu as fast as possible.
Barber's Point Is about 12 miles from
Pearl Harbor so if the Sheridan was
towed 12 miles, sho may bo able to
stand towing tho remaining six to this
port. It is a question whether sho can
bo repaired sufficiently at Honolulu to
make her worth any place In the fleet.
Certainly the local marine, railway Is
able to accommodate the vessel, so
that repairs, can bo made to her. It
may not bo possible to repair the Sher
idan so that she can go from here to
San Francisco where flnal repairs can
bo made to her.
The Impression here Is that the peo
ple aboard the transport had a narrow
escape from drowning this morning.
She was high out of the water when
she first came off tho reef, but an ex
amination of her through the- marine
glasses, shows that she had evidently
settled considerably In the water.
The fault would seem to He with the
tomnorarv engines that had been put
aboard her to keep the water out of
The beef trust ease is to bo decided John Cullen; Samuel M. Damon; Wal-
tomorrow, by United States Judge S. ter F. Dillingham; Dowsott Company,
B. Dole. Tho Judge has notified at- Limited, an Hawaiian corporation; The
torneys In tho case that he will read Waterhouee Trust Company, an Ha-
his decision tomorrow afternoon. wnllnn corporation, executor Of the Es-
The beef trust case is a suit brought tato of W. H. Cornwoll, deceased; Es-
by United States Attorney Breckons tnte.of John II. Limited, An Hawaiian
and Dunno against nearly all the cat- corporation; Charlos Gay; Francis
tie and moat men in the Island, ask- Gay; Francis Gay, A. Robinson, J. R.
ing for an Injunction to restrain them Gay, II. Robinson and Mrs. Alice Rob-
from continuing .to carry nn nn nl- Inson, co-partners doing business under
loged trust or combine, whereby the tho firm nnm0 and style of Gay &
local market is alleged to be controll- Robinson; A. Gomes; Mrs. A. C. Green
ed. Tho list of defendants Includes well; Hnleakala Ranch Company, nn
many prominent citizens of the Terrl- Hawaiian corpora tion; Hawaiian Agrl-
tory. Tho Woods ranqh on Hawaii is cultural company, nn Hawaiian cor
sald to bo tho only cattle ranch of poration; Robort R. Hind; Harvey R.
anv Imnortanco that is not sued. Hitchcock; George Holt; Robert W.
About forty of the defendants filed Holt; Robert Horner; Albert Horner;
demurrers to tho government's com- Humuula Sheep Station, an Hawaiian
plaint, and the cases were argued be- corporation; W. G. Irwin & Company,
fore Dole nearly a year ago. The bar Limited, an Hawaiian corporation; D
was as fully represented as the meat r n- Isenberg; James H. Raymond
industry, for nearly all the prominent 'nd Phoebe K. Raymond, his wife;
law firms in Honolulu wore In tho case, Christian Conrad; John Doe Kays;
and the argument last many days. J. Knneohe Ranch Company, Limited, an
J. Dunno presented tho case for tho Hawaiian corporation; Eric A. Knud
government and subsequently filed nn sen; Eben P. Low; John S. Low; John
elabornto brief. Judgo Dole has hnd A. Magoon; John A. Mngulro; Makea
busy times sinco tho submission o tho Sugar Company, Limited, an Hawall-
caso, but ho had the attorneys notified an corporation; McBryde Sugar Conv
that- a decision will be ready tomorrow, pany. limited, an Hawaiian corpora.
Half of tho defendants filed answers tlon; Lincoln L. McCnndless; John Doe
so that the case will have to como to McDougall; Joseph P. Mendonca; Otto
trial anyhow, oven if the demurrers are Meyer; 'A. A. Meyer; H. K. Meyer; H.
sustained tomorrow. p. Meyer: Julian Mons.nrrat: E. M.
Tho beef trust decision will serve to Nakulna; Oahu Railway & Land Corn
some extent as nn authority in tho pan, Limited, nn Hawaiian corpora
lumber trust case, which Is also pond- tlon; John D. Paris; Annie T. K. Par
ing in the federal court here. kor, a minor, by her guardian Alfred
The title of the beef trust case, show- W. Carter; Samuel Parker: Antono
Ing the list of defendants, is as fol- Perry; Puakea; Aubrey Robinson;
lows: Mark P. Robinson: Richard C. Searle;
In tho District Court of the United Robert W. Shingle, William H. Ship
States in and for tho Territory and man: Francis M. Swnnzy; Lorrln A.
District of Hawaii. Thurston; Harry M. von Holt; Louis
The United States of America, Com- von Tempsky; Gilbert J. Waller; Wn-
plainant, vs. Metropolitan Meat Com- terhouso Trust Company, Limited, an
pany, Limited, an Hawaiian corpora- Hawaiian corporation; James Wight;
tlon; William C, Achl; American Su- Albert S. Wilcox: George Wilcox: John
gar Company, Limited, an Hawaiian Hawaii; Richard Maul; Thomas Oahu:
corporation; Henry P. Baldwin; Henry Henry Kauai: William Nilhau; Horace
P. Beckloy; Cristel Bolte: John Broad; Kahoolau ; etor Lanal; and Fran-
Arthur M. Brown; Jacob F. Brown; cis Molokni, defendants.
Save that therc were a few persons
scattered about who had been placed
n the audienco for tho purpose of mak
ing a disturbance," said Chairman Rob
ertson of the Republican Central Com
mittee, "the meeting of last Saturday
night at Aala Park was one of the
best and biggest on record. The story
that it wa a frost Is altogether un
true. It was about as big a-meeting
ns I have ever seen here, nnd the
crowd, generally speaking, was all
It Is stated by some Republicans
that there were a number of Kalaklela
men "planted" In tho audience, with a
view to breaking up tho speeches, and
that these were the cause of the dif
ficulty some of the speakers had In ad
dreslng the audience.
One of the Greatest Bargains ov
FOR SALE. 'i
A beautiful country residence oh
which has been expended $2,&00, con
sisting in part of a largo bungalow la
perfect repair 100x00 feet, containing
entrance lanal 30x40 feet, living room
2Sx40 ft., Dining room, Kitchen, Paa-
try .eight sleeping rooms and two batK
rooms, with all conveniences; alo
Guest Cottage and servants' quarter
all situated on largo lot by sea shore,
set with fine trees and plants. Th
owner has told us to sell for $7,800 as
he has no further uso for tho property.
Henry WaterhousesTrust Co., Lid,
Real Estate Department.
EVERYONE OUGHT TO VOTE FOR
OILY BILL WHITE SAY HIS
Cor. Fort & Merchant Sta.. Honolulu.
R. I Star Office
Fox Terrier Pups. Pure brtd, Well
Safe, sane and conservative," Is the n s Rinrk. Knmtim w n w,i
description appneu 10 uuy uui wm 1717 Bingham street
of Manama, uy aumrnng supponeia
who have placed him In nomination Splendid seven-room hduso
for Senator. Tho last mall brought a Young street, Pawaa.
I. to. Imtnli nf nnmltintlnn ll.anerS from
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Maui and Hawaii, and White's is luuiiuy it) JiOau
Tnotnil rfsP "tVrt 11(311.11 I
fy.,.,n1 ooitlnr nut- nf tho nomination. ..v..j ...... v UUy,
there Is a special eulogy of Oily, and ji?.!" E 10 Uaynan
It puts him in the "William Jennings' "
Bryan class as a statesman. Ttnrlinr
ine TjUUiiuu mui i unts i
. i i
White his consent to servo the peopie The i,an(1Iest anil Dest t,arber sIiod la
four years more in mo henan- was -" town; all white barbers; expert work-
follows: men. Tho Post Ofllco Barber shoD
Wo t ie unuersigueu cui.ens ui Mprch.nnl otroor.
United .Stntes of America. Territory 01
Hawaiian Agrl 122.50
Hawaiian Sugar 33.50
Haiku Sugar Co 193.00
Oahi? Sugar Co.
Onomea '. '. 40.00
. Pacific Mill 200.00
Pcpeckeo Sugar Co 160,00
Wnlalua Agrl 6S.50
Wailuku 157.50 ..
Walmanalo 163.00 ..
Waimea Sugar Co 57.50 ..
Hon. R. T. Co. pfd 102.00
Hon. R. T. Co. com 54.00
Mutual Tele. Co 8.75
Oahu R. & L. Co 90.50
Hon. B. & M. Co 27.25
Haw. Ter. 4s 100.00
Haw. Ter. 4s 100.00
Haw. Ter. 4Hs 100.00
Haw. Ter. 4V4a 100.00
Haw. Ter. 3s 100.00
Haw. Govt. Es 1OC.00
Cat. Ref. Co. 6s 102.50
Haiku 6s 102.50
Hawaiian Com. Es 101.00
Hawaiian Sugar 6s 101.00
Hllo R. R. Co. 6s
Won. R. T. Co. 6s 108.00
Kahuku 6s.'. 100.50
Oahu Railway 6s 103.00
Paia Gs 102.50
Pioneer 6s 101.00
Walalua Agri. Es 100.00
McBrydo Sugar 6s 100.00
Saturday. September 29.
Schr. Charles Levi Woodbury. Harris
from Hllo and Honolpu at G:30 a. m.
Schr Ada, Mana, from Molokal and
Maul ports at 6 p .m.
Sunday, September 30.
. iStmr. Likellke, Naopala, from Molo
kal, Maul and Lanal ports, at 2:2S a.m.
ONE OF THE SECRETARIES tF
AMERICAN LEGATION SAYS NO
GENERAL OUTBREAK LIKELY.
FORMER SCIENTIST ON AMERICAN
VESSEL THINKS THAT ANOTHER
CRAFT WAS LOST IN TYPHOON.
Tuesday, October 2.
Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for Honokaa
'and Kukulhaele at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Keuuhoti, Tullett, for Kauai
ports at 5 p. m.
Schr. Ada, Mana, for Molokal nnd
Maul ports at 10 a. m.
Schr. Kawallanl, for Koolau ports at
Wednesday, October 3.
S. S. Alameda', Dowdell, for San
Francisco, at 10 a. m.
SUPREME COURT TERM.
Tho new term of tho Supremo Court
was opened this morning, Justices
Frear, Hartwell and Wilder all being
nrescnt. Thero was a large attena-
nnco of attorneys for tho calling of the
ct-lendar, on which are over thirty
Per stmr. Likellke, September 30,
from Molokal and Maul ports: J. D.
McVeigh, Mrs. Fannie Teaves, Charlos
Gay, Mrs. Gay, Master Roland Gay,
Master Ernest Gay, Miss Elsie Gay,
Miss May Gay, Mr. Matsuda and 11
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Soptembor 2S.
from Maul and Hawaii ports: Miss
Wright, J. P. Mendonca, Mrs. E. C.
Bond, Charles HnssoM ar.d wife, Chang
Chong, Jim Sakal, F. R. Cooper, E. C.
Brown, H. L. Bryant ana wife, J.
Wright, Alkln J. E. Gannon, R. A. Mc
Wayne, A. S. Baker, A- Mason, A. B.
Lindsay, Mrs. C. woners.
PACIFIC AWAITING ORDERS
Tho steam dredger Pacific Is now
ready for sea. Sho Is to go to San
Francisco. Tho vossel has 250 tons of
coal on deck. It Is understood that
thero has been some hitch in -tho mat
tor of marine Insurance and untlt this
Important detail be settled, slje will
"be held here.
T. W. Hasklns one of tho secretaries
of Chinese affairs at the American lega
tion at Peking, is orte of the passengers
left here by the S. S. Mongolia. He is
in Honolulu awaiting transportation
by one of the other mail vessels this
week. Hasklns who Is a graduate of
the University of California has been
connected with the American legation
for the last four years. He has had
opportunity of observing Chinese cus
toms and general conditions In that
empire and lias some highly interest
ing information to give. Being nblo
to speak the Chinese language, Has
klns has been under especially ad
vantageous circumstances to observe
events in China.
"The talk of there being any general
antl-forolgn outbreak in China," ho
said "is, I think, without foundation.
Thero will undoubtedly, be sporadic
outbrenks.but they will not bo very ex
tensive In' character. Tho Chinese
government realizes that a general out
break against tho foreignersu would re
sult In the dismemberment of the empire.
"Tho question of granting a consti
tutional form of government was un-
dor discussion when I left Peking. I
Nn not ablo to state what the result
of tho conference was.
"The Japanese Influence Is being
rapidly felt throughout China. One
very strong element In bringing the
Clilneso under tho control of tho Jap
anese Irifluenco is tho newspapers.
Fqrmally tho Ignoranco of the Chinese
was Incredible. Thoro were practi
cally no newspapers but following tho
Chinese-Japanese war, natlvo nows
papers began to spring up. The Chi
nese havo becomo assiduous readers
of these papers and form their opi
nions and idoas from them. Tho Jnp-
anfso havo secured control of a very
largo number of newspapers In China
and nro secrotly subsidizing other
Chinese papers to work In their In
THE ONLY SPOT.
Tho Influx of visitors to Halolwa
continues for U Is more than a honey
moon spot though bettor place for a
honoymoon Is not In the Territory. Tho
cllmato at this resort Is ldonl and
thoro Is not a day' In tho year when a
good breezo does not blow. Tho cuis
ine and apppointments are the best and
tho rates about half what they should
be. You will bo benefitted by a day's
sojourn there. St. Clair Bldgood, man
ager, j .. IS '
According to advice brought by tho
S. S. Mongolia tho S. S. Albatross re
ported sunk with 143 souls in tho ty
phoon at Hong Kong, was not tho fish
commission vessel at all, but an en
tirely different craft. The dispatch
Indicated that tho Albatross was the
American fishing commission steamer
that Is well known here. But later
Information goes to lndlcato that tho
American vessel was not at Hong
Kong during the disaster.
II. B. Torrey a professor In tho Uni
versity of California, Is authority for
this belief. He was attached to tho
American Albatross and left the vessel
on September 10 at Yokohama to take
tho Mongolia for homo. The American
Albatross was ut that time lntho har
bor of Yokohama and Torrey says that
sho hnd had no orders up to the time
ho left, to go to Hong Kong. Sho
was on the contrary, under orders to
go to Saglialien Island to tho north
ward. But aside from the question of orders
Torrey mentions two other 'circum
stances that go to disprove tho report
that It was the American boat sunk.
The American Albatross carrlo,d not
over 70 men while tho Albatross that
was sunk, had 143 souls aboard. It Is
hardly likely thoreforo that It could
havo been tho American boat. Whllo
Torrey was connected with tho scien
tific staff of tho Albatross, mall Intend
ed for another vessel named Albatross,
was sent by mistake to tho American
vessel. Evidently tho vossel that was
sunk wns tho other and larger craft
and tho American escaped.
On and after Thursday, October
4th registration open from 7 to 9
a. m.; 11 a. m. to 2 p. nt. and 4 to
8 p. m.
Anyone who has over experienced tho
oxcruclntlng and almost unboarablo
pains lncidont to Inflammatory rheu
matism, will- bo pleased to know that
prompt relief may bo had by applying
Chamborlnln's Pain Balm. Mr. D.
Snyder, of Rosovllle, Ontario, Canada,
says: "I havo been troubled with In
flammatory rheumatism for tho past
two years and unablo to sleop at night.
I havo taken many remedies but must
say Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is tho
best liniment I hnvo over tried." For
sale by all dealers, Benson Smith & Co.
agents for Hawaii.
TT.iwail. Second Sonntorlal District, all
mi.ilinod voters, do hereby nsk you to
accept the nomination ns Senator for
this District to bo voted for at me hum
general election to be held November
c ianr, a. d.
"You are a man in whom we nnu',
tho utmost confidence and we firmly
hnilnvo vou will act for us honestly
an,i fnlthfullv. These are days in
ivhlnh It Is Impossible to draw party
linoa Vou should bo and will bo. on
tho ticket known ns 'Home Rule,' but
overv honest, thinking voter. Republi
can or otherwise will suppon you ns
onfo sunn and conservative.'"
Other nomination papers filed are
timsp of W. J. Coolho for tho 'Senate
and for Representatives, W. J. Sheldon,
Joel Nakalcka, Philip Pall, Moes P.
w.,i,..,.ir,in. .Tnhn Keiuna. A. J. Gomes,
Low! P. Joseph. J. H-. K. Kalwe. J. K.
Hlhlo and S. Kuula.
OCEANIC LINER WILL BE VEPY
LATE REACHING FRISCO AND
THEN WILL BE REPAIRED.
Thursday and Saturday
OCTOBER 4TH AND CTH.
The Mad Musician
In Ills Great Specialty Act
Playing 28 Instruments.
MDLLE. ALEXANDER and nRDTIffl
In Their Novel Aerial Act.
The Most Artistic Act Before tho
THE GREAT RUSSIAN
Whllo no official advices have been
received by the local agents it is ccr- Co., , I,td
tain that the S. S. Sonoma will not
como out on time from San Francisco
or In fact any thing like timo. Sho is
about six days behind her schedule and
will probably reach San Francisco this
week seven days behind schedule lime,
The vessel will havo to undergo re
nalrs in her engine room. During her
The Great Passion Play
With special Music arranged for tha
Organ, and many other good things. )
Seats on sale nt the Bergstrom Music
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21,
F.& A. M.
There will bo a Stated meet
ing of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21
F. & A. M.. nt its hall, Mason-
stay in Sydney some now tubes were '.c Temple comer or Hotel nnd AiaKea
,t Into some of the boilers on one street. THIS. (MONDAY) EVENING.
side of her and upon her arrival in October 1. nt 7:30 o'clock.
Sun Francisco slmlllur repairs will have TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS,
to be made to tho boilers on tho other Membera of Paoiflc Lodge, Occanlo
side. No Idea of the time when she T0dce. and all vlsltlm: brethren, aro
will be able to come out on her run frtnrnallv invited to attend.
can be given with certainty, but tho By onjer of the W. M.
general impression hero seems to be I
that lit least a week land possibly
longer will be required In which to
make the repairs.
K. G. WALLACE.
FOR THE SENATE
A $50.00 Parker Bros. 12 gauge double
barrel hammorless shotgun, with case,
In excellent condition. $35.00. Inquire
at this ofllco for further information.
New Cigar Store
SOLE HONOLULU AGENTS
Famous Roughrider 5c, Cigars
The fbllowing nro Republican no
minees put up yesterday In Hllo:
Senators J. D. Lewis, E. P. Low.
Representatives. First district: J.
H. K. Kaiwi, G. F: Alfonso, Charles
Akau, J. W. Manuela.
Sheriff J. K. Nahale.
Treasurer Sam Kauhane.
Attorney W. S. Wise.
Clerk Sam Pua.
No nomination was mado for auditor
the Intention being to support Charlos
Mngulro, tho Democratic candidate.
Supervisors J. D. Supo, S. L. Desha, nros-( nnU gunrnnteod by them to be
J. t. Hoir, a. i'-ernnnuoz, u. m. i-uiaa, tho bcst cjgar vai0 jn the world.
J. A. Mnguire.
Securod direct from Now York after
much careful testing by Fitzpatrick
No nomination was made from Knu,
tho district. being satisfied with O. T.
Shlpmnn the Democratic nominee.
ON SALE NOW.
Fine Job Printing, Star Ofllco.
ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAfllNQ
1 A full linn nt mniiliUnrrn nrilnts. pnn-
vas and brushes.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
. 1050 Nuuanu Street.
Two doors bolov Hot '.1,
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT ST3.
Typing and Book keeping. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday ovcnlngs 7:15 to
9 p. m Magoon Building, Merchant
and Alakca Streets. Addrees, M. F.
Rawlins, Magoon Bulldlne.
Want ads in Star cost but 25 cents.