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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1907.
We have a well oqulpped floral de
partment where you cnn get all the
flowers and out plants In season at
Hotel St., near Union.
WITH A COMB
OR HAIR BRUSH.
r&cheeo's Dandruff Killer is the only
medy that will effectually destroy the
ttndruff germ, and promote a luxu
"fcnt growth of hair.
Bold by all Druggists and at Pache
Barber Shop, Fort street.
PHONE MAIN 232.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd
"Audit and Expert
Books and Accounts
either in Town or Country,
And will attend to book-keeping for
Professional and Business men In
tho City. Phone Exchange 4.
J. H. IIERTECHE, GENERAL MANAGER
Telephone Main 198. P. O. Box 192
LORD & BELSER,
Sewers, Dredging, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
Office and Yard, South and ICawaiahao
Hawaiian and South Seas
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
Alexander Young Building.
ENAMELED JEWELRY. "
At Half Prices.
J. A. R. VIEIRA & CO.
115 Hotel Street.
This press was made by Cottrell ana
formerly used In the Star Office. It
is In first-class condition and will be
sold at a reasonable price, This Is an
opportunity to secure a press at a
Lowers Cooke 1'age 6
Prlmo Lager Page 2
Henry May & Co Pago 4
Jas. P. Morgan Page 8
Honolulu Oa Co Page 2
N. 8. Sachg Dry Goods Co Page 8
By Authority C
NJ!tV8 IN A NUl'SUULL
I'nnigniplis Hint Ulvc CoiiiIolauiI
Notvs ol the lny.
Laocl Olllce, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Young Building. :
Temperatures ttt C a. m.i 8 a. in.; 10
a. m.; and morning minimum:
7fl; 76; 7C; 7S.
Barometer reading; absolute humidity
(grains per cubic foot); relative hu
midity, and dew point: At 8 a. m.:
30.01; D.614; CD; CO.
Wind: Velocity and direction at S a.
m.j 10 a. m.; and noon:
2 NE.; 3 NE.; 0 NE; 0 NE.
Rainfall during 24 hours ending S a.
Tota! wind movement during 24 hours
ending at noon:
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
LONDON BEETS: May 7, 9 shil
lings, 10 1-2 (pence; last previous quo
tation May C, 9 shillings, S 1-4 pence.
SUGAR: May 1, 3.765 cents a pound,
or $75.30 a ton; last previous quotation
April 24, 3.75 cents a pound or $74.60 a
Low prlcos at New England Bakery.
For your health drink Prlmo Beer.
A by authority notice appears in this
Now goods received by Yat Loy, King
street near Nuuanu.
El Toro 5c cigar par excellent Ilay
seldou Tobacco Co., Distributors.
Uso gas in your houso for cooking or
reading and enjoy all tho comforts of
a cool House.
Governor Henry Turnman Allen, of
Leyte, P. I., called on Governor Car
Remember the auction sale of the
Harrison houso Saturday nt noon at
There was a largo audience at the
Royal School last night to hear Prof.
Hart lecture on Japan.
There will bo no band concert at
Aala Park this evening. The band will
play at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Among tho passengers of the Mon
golia is Miss Marie Okamura who re
turned from a visit in Japan.
Try K. Yamomoto's genuine Japanese
rice which is Imported direct from tho
held. Best In quality and price.
It is economy to use Pure Prepared
Paint. There is no paint sold that will
year as well. Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
The best stimulant Is Dowar's Scotch
Whiskey bland and mellow. F. A.
Schaefer & Co. are the local agents.
The usual Aala Park concert by the
band will not bo given this evening, tho
band, Instead, playing at the Hawaiian
Judge and Mrs. S. B. Dolo were
among tho early risers who went out
on tho Iroquois to greet tho arriving
Solvo that vexing problem of "what
shall tho desort be" by ordering one
of the dollclous Jelly desserts sold by
Honry May & Co., Ltd. Thcso desserts
como in all fruits and ilavours.
Wouldn't you liko a box of tho dell
clous and pure home-mndo candy sold
at Che Alexander Young cafe? This
candy Is always fresh.
A sociable will be held In tho par
lors of Central Union church on Thurs
day evening. An Interesting program
will follow tho reception.
The regents of tho Collego of Hawaii
held their first meeting yesterday af
ternoon in tho office of Governor Car-
tor who was also present.
Cards have been received announC'
ing the marriage of Wentworth M.
Buchanan and Miss Gertrude M. Tie
gan in San Francisco on May 1.
Sheriff Iaukea's report shows SCO ar
rosts and 279 convictions in April,
against 29D arrests and 190 convictions
In tho corresponding month of 190G.
Tho quarterly business meeting of
tho Ladles' Society of Central Union
church will be held on Thursday morn
ing, at ten o'clock In tho church par
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Board of Missions was "held
yesterday afternoon in the lecture room
of Central Union church. Mrs. Dr.
Scudder conducted. the meeting.
Governor and Mrs. Carter Invito the
public to meet tho visiting Congress
men and tholr wives at a garden party
on Friday, May 10th, from 4 until
o'clock. Judd and Llllha streets.
Governor Carter yesterday Issued
pardon to Susuki Kunl JIro who is ill
with beriberi. The man has tt month
more 'to servo of a five months sen
tence. Tho Japanese was committed
of an offence against morality.
2,000 electric lights will bo' turned on
at tho grounds of tho Royal Hawaiian
Hotel tonight. You eat out of doors
3C5 days on open verandas. Tho only
tourist hotel In Honolulu.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Anti-Saloon Leaguo will be hold Thura
day afternoon at 4:30 p. m. at tho Y.
M. C. A. Every member Is rcquestod
to be present as tho now liquor law
will be tho subject for discussion.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
Will Take COMING
Visitors To mn vw
Logo! School nnnnmi
PLANNING TO SHOW THEM SYS
TEM OP INSTRUCTION IN LOCAL
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Babbitt will confer with Judge Dolo
about taking tho visiting Congressional
delegation to tho schools. Babbitt
thinks that the best method of enTer
talnlng those who may desire to visit
tho public educational Institutions
would bo to tako them to some schools
and show tho regular session and meth
od "of work.
He said this morning that the Kalu
land school would bo a good plnce for
them to go as there would be fully
eight to ten different nationalities of
children to be seen as well as a great
diversity ct station In life. But tho
utmost cleanliness would be shown by
all of the children. It would be a good
idea to have tho chldren give tho sa
luto to the American flag and to have
them sing one of tho national songs,
showing that they have both the spirit
of tho Hag salute as well as tho pro
nunciation of tho English language at
This program Is not final, howevcrJJ
anu win aepena upon tne conrerence
with Judge Dole, as well as upon tho
wishes of the Congressional party who
may delre to visit some of the local
ONE OF THE KAMEHAMEHA LINE
AND A WARD OF MISS LUCY
PEABODY, PASSES AWAY.
One of the younger chiefesses of the
Kamehameha line passed away last
night at Waiklki. She was Miss Olga
Keahikunl Kekauonohl. The death of
the young chiefess, which was due to
consumption and heart disease, was
very pathetic, as she was Just budding
into womanhood, being at the time of
her death IS years and 5 months of ago.
She was a daughter of the late High
Chiefess KeanolanI and was born at
Kauai. The funeral will be held at 4
'o'clock Friday afternoon from St. An
The deceased was a ward of Miss
Lucy Peabody. Recently the health of
tho young woman had been failing
rapidly. Owing to the very marked ef
fect of the dlseaso it was thought best
some days ago to remove the .patient to
one of August Droler's cottages at
Walkiki, as it was hoped that tho sea
air might benefit the failing child, but
tho ravages of tho malady could not
be overcome and she expired shortly
after 10 o'clock last night. The re
mains will be at Henry Williams' un
dertaking parlors until Friday, the
time of tho funeral. The Interment
will be in Kawaiahao cemetery.
LIGHT HOUSE LENSES
E IN FRANCE
LONG TIME REQUIRED TO FILL
ORDERS FOR MOST IMPORTANT
FEATURE OF GREAT LIGHTS.
Persons who havo been Imagining
that tho building of a lighthouso ot
tho first order is a task which can
be completed within a few months, and
havo been expecting to hear of the Ma
kapuu Point light's being in operation
most any timo now, may bo surprised
to learn that it will possibly be more
than a year beforo the beacon will cast
Its friendly warning across the stormy
It is true that tho main portion of the
structure may bo finished before that
time, but It is doubtful if tho great
lens, without which the light would bo
valueless, will bo received within a
year. In speaklng of lighthouso con
struction yesterday, Col. S. W. Roosslcr
of tho U. S. Engineer Corps, In com
mand of tho Pacific Coast division, who
Is hero consulting with Captain C. W.
Otwell, on tho location of tho big for
tification works to bo built at Pean
Harbor and Diamond Head, made tho
Interesting statement that It was sel
dom posslblo to socuro a lens for a
first order light within less tlmo than a
year after tho order was placed. These
lonses are mado by only one concern
which is in Paris', and only on order.
Tho procoss ot manufacture Is com
plicated and requires a long time.
Captain Otwell has placed the order
for tho lens for tho Makapuu Point
light with the department, but whether
or not it has been forwarded is not
known. But in any event It is not
likely that it will arrive hero ahead
will buy q. fine home.
RENT & CO.
CABLE FROM HASTINGS, MICHI
GAN, SAYS SHERIFF STARTS
FOR HONOLULU TOMORROW.
The police were this afternoon noti
fied through tho Governor's olllce of
the recetpt of a cablegram from Hast
ings, Michigan, to tho effect that Sher
iff Furniss or his deputy would tomor
row start for Honolulu to take W. D.
Olark, arrested here yesterday, on ca
ble advices, for forgery.
The Michigan man will probably
reacli here before tho end of the month.
In the meanwhile Clark at present in
ii cell at the police station, will bo
transferred to Oahu prison. He does
not seem particularly disturbed.
SAILS AT 11 A. M. TOMORROW FOR
NAGASAKI, CHINKIANG AND
MANILA CARRIES CONSUL.
Sailing from San Francisco on April
30, tho transport Buford arrived off port
about midnight last night and entered
the harbor this morning, docking at
Naval wharf No. 1 at 7:15 o'clock. She
brought' tho Congressional party, as
elsewhere appears in detail, and car
ries 28,000 barrels of Hour to Chlnkiang,
China, for tho relief of the famine suf
ferers, as also appears more fully In
Besides tho arrival of the members
of the Congressional party, there ar
rived for Honolulu, F. M. Hatch, re
presentative of the Honolulu Chamber
of Commerce at Washington, with his
wife and son, and George B. McClellan
wife and child.
'.Thomas Sammons, American Consul
General to Seoul, Korea, is bound for
Nagasaki and his wife and son and
wife's companion are going to Chln
kiang where her husband will Join her
later and they will all proceed to Seoul.
E. R. Johnstone Is In charge of the
Christian 'Herald Relief supplies for
tho China famine sufferers. For Ma
nila there arc a number of army offi
cers and families of army men.
" The Buford sails at 11 o'clock tomor
row. T ON STRIKE FOR
EXPERIENCE OF SHIP MANGA
REVA WHILE TAKING ON BAL
LAST AT SAN DIEGO.
Tho ship Manga Rova, now in Hono
lulu, had a peculiar experienceloading
sand ballast at San Diego. When tho
men turned to to shovel sand Into tho
big Iron buckets to bo hoisted aboard
It was discovered that one of the men
was left-handed and a right-handed
man could not shovel alongside him.
It was suggested that tho left-handed
man bo dropped from tho roll of work
ers, but tho union shovelers Insisted
that another loft-handed man be se
cured to mako a pair. Whereupon tho
wholo gang knocked off work for a
couple of hours while a mate was so
cured for tho left-handed shoveler.
WELL OF THE OFFER
CABLE MESSAGE ENCOURAGES
ANTI-SALOONISTS IN HOPE OF
SECURING GREAT MAN. .
The Honolulu branch of tho Antl
Saloon League received a cable "this
morning from Hon. John G. Woolley,
containing tho three words "Consid
ering favorably. Letter."
This message is In response to an
Invitation cabled Mr. Woolley some
days ago by the Anti-Saloon League,
inviting him to come here and take
charge of tho work as superintendent,
and as a result the leaders of the
league are greatly encouraged, as they
believe that satisfactory arrangements
can bo mado which will result "In tho
great temperance loader's coming hero
In addressing Mr. Woolley In tho
first place, the League acted on tho
knowledge that he was casting about
for some field of work away from Chi
cago, he being anxlus to get Into some
milder climate. He Is known to have
under consideration propositions to go
to Oklahoma, and ono or two points m
the 'South West' have also been trying
j to got him.
Friday, May 10,
10 O'CLOCK A. M. at salesroom.
2 Steel .jfos,
Blocks, Pictures, etc.
U. S. Sub-Postnl Station Window,
AT YOUR OWN PRICE
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Saturday, May 1 1,
12 O'CLOCK NOON, at my Salesroom.
(Built of Solid Blue Stone)
CORNER ALAPAI AND LUNALILO
Solid concrete basement.
Dinlngroom, large sittlngroom, glass
lanai. 2 bathrooms.
Stables, carriage house, servants'
You cannot build tho houso today
Look at the stone fence, solid walks
Bargain on Saturday
Show you the place any minute.
Area, 34,850 square feet.
JAMES F. MORGAN,
WHERE THE VISITORS
ARE TO jpCATED
SOME HAVE GONE TO THE HA
WAIIAN, OTHERS TO YOUNG
Tho following list shows tho different
places that members of the Congres
sional party and their ladles are stop
ping In tho city. At tho Hawaiian
Hotel: G. B. McClellan, D. S. Alexander
W. L. Jones, E. F. Acheson, F. C.
Stevens, V. Graff, E. L. Hamilton, J.
P. Connor, John J. Fitzgerald, C. E,
Llttlefleld, Miss Littlefield, A. L. Bates,
Miss Bates and Miss Acheson.
At tho Young Hotel: A.'L. Brick, J.
H. Davidson, W. C. Wilson, Charles Me-
Gavln, P. P. Campbell, G. W. Norris,
E. Y. Webb, S. H. Piles, General Keifor,
R. D. Cole, E. G. Lowrey, J. C. Need
ham. At tho Moana Hotel: W. P. Hepburn.
Georgo L. Lilly is at tho A. Gartley
residence; A. B. Capron at tho S. M.
Ballou residence and F. M. Hatch at
his own residence.
Elena K Kaenaokalanl by Judge to
Elena Kahaawl, Decree-Can D; por R
P 5626, kul 1161, Waikahalulu, Hono
lulu, Oahu; int In R P 4102, kul 5238,
Kuakahanahana, Walheo, Maul. B 294,
p 164. Dated Apr23, 1907.
Annie A Victor to Emma Notel, B
S; lnt In value of lmprvmts placed
built, etc, on lot 19 Pohakea Home
stead, Hamakua, Hawaii. $1. B 294,
p 163. Dated Mar 27, 1907.
S. M Kalaweola to Supt of Pub Wrks
of Territory of Hawaii .Grant; right
to open ditch and lay an 8-ln water
pipe, etc., In premises, Walmea, Ha
walll. $1. B 291, p 147. Dated Apr 22,
Mrs. Duggan, wife of John Duggan,
tho contractor, states that her husband
was willing to carry out his original
contract for building tho Federal lepro
sarlum on Molokal, but when tho spe
clficatlons wero changed and tho
amount cut to $100,000, then Duggan
decided to withdraw this bid. Mr
Duggan Is now In Mendlcino County,
California, constructing a dam.
BROKE HIS BACK.
A man broke his back leaning over
the desk af,ter business hours, trying to
keep his own accounts; how much bet'
tor It would have been for him to have
placed his books In the hands ot a
reliable concern like tho Henry Water
house Trust Co., Ltd., for attention.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
LADIES SKIRTS Plain, Hem-stitched, Lace Trimmed, Embroidery
Trimmed, a large assortment to select from Skirts from 65c. upw.
LADIES NIGHT GOWNS A variety of styles, low and high neck,
long and short sleeves, lace or om broidery trimmed; Night Gowns
from 63c. upw.
LADIES CHEMISES Low neck, or high neck, very pretty styles,
either embroidery or lace trimmed, a variety of styles. Chemises
from 33c, upw.
LADIES MUSLIN DRAWERS In all sizes; plain,
or lace trimmed. Drawers from 40c. upw.
N. 3. Sachs
THE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOW.
Your Fortune Is good
There are great prospects for you.
A treat Is both possible and probable If you are going
to try '
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
and It will give you more
meals than you ever enjoyed
75 Cents for 2 Pounds.
C. Q. YEE
Don't be fooled into buvinfr anvthinrr. hut a Wnohnsprr Shirr.
Insist upon it. Pajamas, light
We also carry a large assortment of Men s Furnishing Goods-.
ii !i Yin
Prices Range From $1.25 to $125
W. W. Dimonri & Co., Ltd.
K4.RR.K7 ITInc fltrrat tlnnnlnln D.
BS-66-57 King Strret,
Our Stock ot Underwear has
just been replenished by tho ad
dition of a very largo shipment.
Every garment is well made
and dainty; materials are cam
bric, lawns and nainsooks, trim
med with laces and embroidery.
Considering tho way Manufac
turers' prices havo advanced,
since our orders were placed,
and the way they are continuing
to advance, It Is no exaggeration
to say, that our prices ARE AT
LEAST 20 LESS, than you will
havo to pay for garments of tho
same quality, a month or two
HOP & CO.
are .Gunter's. A new shipment has been received
by THE PALM.
WHEN IT COMES to home-made Candies,
THE PALM is far ahead of all. A large assort
ment of home-made also at
tJ Of ' ' .--w-
akd heavy. Shoes of all description.
EWA FISH MARKET
g GhonE Go.
are a necessity, without them we ar
entirely lost. "With one of ours yon
aro up to date right to the scratch.
Look over tho large assortment, each
one of which Is guaranteed,' and .agree
with us that all are reasonable, and
Honolulu, T. H.