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THB HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMBER 2, 1908.
TISIE1 O ompletely Ior Rent Punahou District, 1714 Anapunl St. Interior finished In wood. Completely furnished, crockery. linen .cutlory, piano and sewing machine. Thin In one o the best for-rent bouses In Honolulu. Possession lmediately. I 24 BETHEL ST. ALL KINDS Cash Register Typewrite! Mimeograph and I J3 Globe Wernicke CARD fflilS Hawaiian Office Specialty COMPANY 331 Fort Street, Telephone 143. I sthere any reason why our advertising matter should' not help your business? Let's see. HAWAII PUBLICITY CO. Telephone 173. 1 1 OK. LD Honolulu, T. H. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MEH CHANT8. SUGAR FACTO R8 and GENERAL IN 8URANCE AGENT8. representing 1 Ewa Plantation Co. Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. Kphala Sugar Co. Walmea Sugar Mill Co. Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd. Fulton Iron Works of Bt Loali. Blake Steam Pumps. Westons Centrifugals. Babcock & Wilcox Boilers. Green's Fuel Economlxer. Marsh Steam Pumps. Matson Navigation Co. Planters Line Shipping Co. New England Mutual Life. Iassi ttnco Company ot Boston. Aetna Insurance Co. National Fire Insurance Oo. Citizen's Insurance Co. (Harttore Flro Insurance Co.) Protector Underwriters ol tho P&oiMi ot Hartford. ALEXANDER S BALDWIN LTD J. P. COOKE, Manager. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS. H. P. Baldwin.... President J. B. Castle. . ....... .let Vice-President W. if. Alexander.. 2nd Vice-President J. P. Cooke 3rd Vice-Presldsnt J. Waterhouse Treasurer E. E. Faxton Secretary W. O. Smith .;., Dlrsctoi G. R. Carter Dlrtctoi W. R. Caitlo Director SUGAR FACTORS AND COJIISSION MERCHANTS AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commerlcal ft Sugar Cobb pany. Haiku Suear Company. Paia Plantation. Maul Agricultural Company. Klhel Plantation Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company. Kahului Railroad Company. Haleakala Ranch Company. Uonolua Ranch. Doubtlosi some people go around looking for charity because of what it is supposed to cover. FURNISHED IIP 1111 TUFT AND TARIFF 'REVISION i HOT SPItlNQS (Va.), August 22. address of courtesy such ns the occa- Just what are Taft views regarding the revision of tho tariff were lncl- dentally expressed by him today. "If elected," ho said, "I shall call tho Slxty-flrst Congress together in extraordinary session to rovise tho tariff at-tho very earliest moment I havo authority to do so. I consider such action to be my obligation under the tariff plank of tho Republican platform." Bryan's recent tariff speech has not roached here, and tho above statement was made without reference to what the Democratic nominee has said on tho subject, but in answer to a query as to how Taft interpreted tho Repub- lican tariff, plank. Taft made it known hero today that he will stop for two hours at Athens, O., next Saturday on his way to Mlddlo Bass island, where ho is to fish for a week. The Athens visit, is at the urgent invitation of former' Reprcsen- tatlvo 3rosvenor, whose guest Mr. and Mrs. Taft will .be for lunchiWn. The opportunity also will be taken to pre- sent the candidate to tho members of the county organizations ot veterans of tho Civil War and tho .Spanish- American War, who will be in session at Athens on that day. "I shall probably make a speech to the veterans," said Taft, "but' It will not be a political speech; simply an Hi AB0U1 HAWAII Richard C. Sprott, son of W. A. Sprott, division freight agent of tho .Wabash and the Wheeling & Lake Erie railroads, since he enlisted In Uncle Sam's navy two years ago, has written some clever letters to his father ana other relatives In Toledo. He Is an observing young man and his descrlp tlons of what he sees while knocking about the world are interesting and instructive. Richard is now doing duty on the United States battleship Louis iana and his latest letter to his father bears the Hortolulu postmark and date of July 22. The young writer says, In part:- "It was by accident that I went ashore yesterday, but Inasmuch as went it Is up to me to tell you that 1 had a fine liberty and tnat Honolulu Is a beautiful place. I didn't get a chance to see all the places of interest, as we only had leave from 1 p. m. to a. m. I took a car ride out to the ball park first. It is the finest diamond I have ever seen and has the New Yom polo grounds backed off the board. Ev erybody plays ball, out here. There Is an Island leatue composed ot teams made up of Japs, Chinese and Hawaii ans. The American team nere is not a leader In the league. The Japs hold the honors. "All car service Is free, for enlisted men. I toolc in the Punchuowi,' an active volcano crater, and walked back to Walklkl for a swim. There is tho place you see the surf riding, for which the natives here are renowned the world over. Some ride the surf on boards about four feet long, and oth ers use what Is called the out-rlgger, which is a canoe-like boat, with boom rigged out ono side. The swell starts to break about 400 feet from the beach and the water from tho beach out about 50 feet Is churned to a sea of froth. These Doats the -men use seem to ride from the crest of one breaker to the next and the constant wash of the breakers shoves the boat along at a tremendous speed, so that when nearly to the beach they are tra veling at the rate of about forty knots an hour. It is great sport to watch them. "I also took in the aquarium. It has a beautiful assortment of deep sea fishes of rare varieties which I hadjsldent Roosevelt how to catch wofve3 never before seen. No painter could with his uare hands, today engaged In depict' ono of the butterfly fish. Tho fish looks to bo about as thick as or dinary wrapping paper, and a butterfly is a plain looking thing compared with the colors of these fish. "Towards evening I went out to the Hawaiian Pineapple Company's plant. It Is known as tho largest pineapple canning' factory in the world they Ldon't do anything but can pineapples there. Ono of tho foremen took us around and showed us the whole works. Wo filled up on pines. They eat pineapples hero like we eat orang es. They aro large, the biggest I ever saw. The one tho fellow broke for us tipped tho scales at ten pounds and a quarter. Ho says it was on,y an ordinary" sized pine. The capacity ot the plant, I was told, was 3G.00O pounds dally. Before we came to this Island I used to wish I could sit down to a big bowl of pineapple like mother used to make, sliced, with sugar sprinkled over the top, about three hours in the ice box, you know, but ono of theso big juicy pines, so ripe that they aro 6quashy, aro sweet and tho finest things you ever ate. "A big fight was pulled off In tho early part of tho evening that wo tooic In. Tho champion heavyweight ot the fleet and tho champion natlvo islander mixed it up, but tho islander was too fat and nearly got killed. Thero was a big farewell ball at' tho Sea Beach Inn for officers and men, whero I fin ished tho evning. The dance floor is built under the trees and palms no roof, but native orchestra music. I met eomo sweet Kanaka girls and danced slon warrants." ,iU v ' nnnrt.lv lipforn nnnn sntnrilnv. nnrl will mnk. t,.n anVon.10iir mn tn Pnt.in Bay during tho afternoon and evening, Postmaster-General Meyor came hero today for a week-end visit with Taft and allowed himself to bo quoted in this statement: "I believe Governor Hughes will be renominated." Meyer, who at tho recent Oyster Bay conference on tho New York situation. indicated that he based his opinion on information gathered there, although ho said President Roosevelt's Intention - vas to tako no action in tho matter, "It is a political situation which I believe will work Itself out naturally," ho said. Gilford Plnchot, chief of the Gov- ernment forestry bureau, made a re- port to Taft on conditions in tho West. Ho said for publication that lie had brought to tho Virginia mountains a fine collection or rainbows, Theodore P. Shonts, president of the Interborough - Metropolitan Railway system of New York and president of tho Chicago and Alton, came nere to- day on his way West. Before leaving New York Shonts placed an order for 500 freight cars for the Alton, news of which was stated as an indication of his views of the business situation of the country. His call upon Taft, it was stated, was simply a personal one. GORTELYDU MAY SEEKJHE PLACE REPORT THAT HE WILL SEEK THE NEW YORK GOVERNORSHIP AGAINST HUGHES. NEW YORK, July 30. Gossip has been in circulation in this city for sev eral days to the effect that George B. Cortelyou, Secretary of the Treasury, would al.low the use of his name as a candidate on the Republican ticket for Governor against Hughes. Tho gossip apparently had no basis In any state ments made by Cortelyou or his friends. It Is said that some of tho members of the State organization up proached Cortelyou before Hughes an nounced his willingness to accept a renomlnatlon, and that these leaders asked Cortelyou whether he would tie willing to become a candidate in the ovent thut further consideration lndl' cated his probable nomination. It Is now understood that the nomination was definitely offered to Cortelyou Cortelyou gave no explicit reply to these suggestions, but promised to consider the matter. Today the Evening Post published tho statement that It Is highly lm probable that Cortelyou will allow the use of his name. BEFORE CAMERA AN EXCITING BATTLE WITH OUT LAWS ENACTED FOR MOVING PICTURE 'SHOW. . CACHE (Okla.), August 23. John Abernathy, United States 'Marshal for the Western District of Oklahoma, a former cowboy and plainsman, who wou his appointment by teaching Pre , a desperate battle here with a band ot outlaws headed by Abernathy's boon friend and companion, '"Al" Jennings ot Lawton, who once helped to rob a Rock Island passenger train in day light. The noise ot gallcfclng horses, firing of pistols and rlilesand shouts ot tho combatants arousal the town and caused great excitement. The bank was surrounded alid looted. Tho rob hers had scarcely left tho bank when the officers arrived and began firing upon them. Tho battlo raged in the streets for fifteen or twenty minutes. Heck Thomas and John Dowsett fell "dead" in their tracks killed by out law bullets. 'Two of the' outlaws Har ry Pannlll and Shorty Spencer, were shot from their horses. Tho officers started in pursuit and brought tho re maining outlaws to bay in a log hut near tho Big Four mine. E.very movo in this exciting prear ranged border drama was photograph ed by moving picture men for the edi fication of tho effete East. myself tired. Wish you could hear some island natlvo music. It's a cross between American rag time and plan tation coon music. There is a swing to it that is catchy, and when you hear it you move. Flno girls out here, too. "The natlvo girls are flno looking people. They aro not black, but a flno shado of brown, such as wo seo on oaster eggs, that havo been boiled with onion skins." Toledo Blade. DRAMA Flno Job Printing, Star Office. NUURaLGiA Is an affliction of tho nerves, and thorforo yields readily to tho sooth ing lnfluenco ot Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills. Thoy aro absolutely harmlesa and drive out tho pain by rollovln? I tho irritated condition of tho nerves. Guaranteed to benefit, or money re funded. 25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. MISUNDERSTOOD. "They've got tho prettiest thing in hammocks next door that I over saw." "How old is she?" Houston Post. URINARY DISCHARGES RELIEVED IN 24 HOURS Each Cap -ap- '"" V buIc bcitrdlMIDY) the nameffmS Jleteare of counterfeit! ALL DIlUdtllSTS SEALED TENDERS. Proposals for tho construction of Two (2) Trestle Bridges, known as No. 5 and No. 6 on line ot Hawaii Railway Co., Ltd., across dry gulches near Union Mill Station, will bo re ceived at this office until Sept 18, 1908. Plans and Specifications may bo had upon application to W. A. Wall, McCandless Building, Honct lulu, or the undersigned. Deposit $5. Tho right to reject any and or all bids Is reserved. R. R. ELGIN, I Manager, Hawaii Railway Co., Ltd. Mahukona. Hawaii, August 24, 1908. , 3ts Aug. 29, 31, Sept. 2. Conversational Hawaiian. A class will be started, if sufficient inducement offers, for tho teaching of everyday conversation In the Hawaiian language. Inquire at 2G2 Vineyard St for terms and other particulars. Tele phone 1511. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION Or BONDS OF PAIA PLANTATION. PAIA PLANTATION, pursuant to. the terms of that certain Deed of. Trust, dated Soptember 28, 1903, made by it to Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, hereby gives notlco to the holders of bonds of Paia Plantation, Issued under said Deed ot Trust, ot tho election of the said Pala Planta tion to redeem and pay, and ot the re demption and payment of tho follow ing numbered bonds ot said Paia Plan tation on the first day of October, 1908, at the office of Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, Honolulu, County ot Oahu, Territory ot Hawaii, to-wit: Bonds of the par value ot ?l.uuu.uu each numbered: 4- 82 1G1 229 325 10 84 102 231 327 22 91 ICG 238 329 23 93 1G7 240 331 25 94 172 241 337 2G 100 175 24G 339 27 107 178 250 344 37 110 185 253 351 48 111 186 254 3o5 ' 49 114 190 255 301 60 11G 192 258 3G2 56 120 193 280 363 Gl 129 195 291 3GG 63 136 197 292 375 65 137 200 299 381 70 139 205 303 384 71 146 209 310 385 72 162 215 318 383 73 154 222 321 390 76 159 223 324 392 396 Bonds ot the par value ot ?500.U each numbered: 403 421 436 458 483 408 422 442 4G3 490 411 423 447 475 492 412 423 451 479 495 415 431 453 The holders of tho above numbered bonds are hereby notified to present for payment of principal and Interest accrued to October 1, 1908, and to sur render, said kbonds at the place and on the date last abovo mentioned, and that after Octobor 1, 1908, all interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid shall cease. Honolulu, August 3rd, 190S. PAIA PLANTATION. By J. P. Cooke, Treasurer. 20ts Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26, Sept. 2, 9, 16, 17. 18, 19, 21 ,22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 2?, 29. 30, Oct. 1. BONDS OF HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY. .HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY, pursu ant to the terms of that certain Deed ot Trust, dated September 28, 1903, mado by it to Hawaiian Trust Com pany, Limited, hereby gives notlco to tho holders ot bonds ot Haiku Sugar Company, Issued under said Deed ot Trust, ot tho election ot tho said Haiku Sugar Company to redeem and pay. and of tho, redemption and payment ot tho following numbered bonds of said Haiku Sugar Company on tho first day of October, 1908, at the office of Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited, Honolulu, County or Oahu, Territory of Hawaii .to-wit: Bonds of tho par valuo ot ?1,000.00 each numbered: 1 45 100 1G0 214 7 48 113 171 219 8 51 114 182 224 9 71 119 183 220 10 73 122 185 231 12 76 12G 1SG 233 17 82 127 194 237 2G 85 134 197 211 33 91 133 200 245 38 93 137 203 240 40 99 153 204 248 43 102 157 20D 250 44 104 158 211 Bonds of tho par value of ?500.0U each numbered: 254 272 295 322 334 255 273 315 327 335 2G0 280 317 330 338 '264 282 320 333 342 2CG 284 Tho holders ot tho abovo numbered bonds aro hereby notified to present for payment of principal and interest accrued to October 1, 1908, and to sur render, said bonds at tho place and on tho date' last abovo mentioned, and that after October 1, 1908, all interest on said bonds numbered as aforesaid shall cease. i Honolulu.August 3,. 1908. HAIKU SUGAR COMPANY, By J. P. COOKE, Treasurer. 20ts Aug. 5, 12, 19, 2G, 30, Sept. 2, 9, 1G, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, Oct. 1. At all Bars NOTICE. AU repairs left at our place must be .ca,,ed for within 30 days or they " 1,1 UQ som to pay expenses, NEW OAHU CARRIAGE MFG. CO. Queen Street near River. Panoche RAINIER BEER A delicious fudge-like bit please the palate of anyone are offering fresh BUTTERCUPS, OLD TIME STICK and OLD TIME conjunction with our home - TJhic3 HOTEL STREET, o olulu's Big Fort and Merchant Streets. 3 Hod 22,661 square feet Floor Space. Stationery, Books, Musical Instruments Sporting Goods. Toys and 1001 Other Things which go to complete a large stock like ours. We have saved you money in the past we will save you money in the future. Try us. We wlil be pleased to have you call and inspect our large store and stock. Our store on King street will carry the same lines. Wall, Nichols Co. JLVIJMI1'EI. 9090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090 1 tv H ) i. : : f .. LOS ANGELES $ALTAKE(frY A PALATIALTRAIN for pa Your next trip to Chicago or East will be much more enjoyable if you go through Lo Angeles, thence on this superb "Limited" through Salt Lake City, and Omaha. Only 3 days Los Angeles to Chicago with beautiful scenery to view, Just remember to Ask For Tickets via Salt Lake Route - - New Arrivals IN Silk Goods For years our lino of silk goods havo beon tho best in town' and our last shipment proved ro exception. Wo aro displaying in addition to a large assortment of silks; cotton crepe tablo covers, cushions and piano covers, doilies, and a nlco lino of lacquer were. IWAKAMI & CO. Hotel Street. NEW CHOP HOUSE. P. John, lata ot the Manhattan Lunch Rooms, has opened a new Choi House on Hotel street near Nuuana. Fln.t class meals served at all noon HOFFMAN CHOP HOUSE. Y. ISHII Comer Beretanla and Nuuxna t)U JAPANE8E DRUGGISTS GENERAL MERCHANDISE 411 Kinds of American Patent M4I clnes at Low Prices. tllllllliiimrnnTtTTTTB STAR NAINSOOK UNDERWEAR. SILVA'S TOGGERY. King Street near Fort. ITtIIIttTIItTTTmHTIITT S of sweetness that who likes sweets. will Wc FUDGE this week in made Chocolates.. Cafe NEAR FORT. tis truly' - - 4 - 4 - - - - - 9 " Store I Mi s 9 1 TO W jrjiiiittM vi tit II I I1IIIIaI1L1 Oahu Railway IIJMIS TAB L,I OUTWARD For Walnnae, Walalua, Kahuku and Way Stations 0: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17: 30 a.m., 9:15 a.m., 11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m., E:15 p. m 89:30 p. m., fll p. m. For Wahiawa 0:15 a. m. and 6:15 p. m. INWARD. Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal alua and Walanae 8:3G a. m., 5:81 p. m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:46 a. m., 8:30 a. m., 10:33 a. m 1:40 p. m., 4:31 p. m., 5:31 p. m.. 7:30 p. m. Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahiawa 8:3G a. m. t -1 5:31 p. m. Dally. tEx -nday. JSunday Only. Tho Halelwn i.imited, a two-hour train (only first-class tickets honored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives in Honolulu nt 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Wlanao G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH, Supt. G. P. & T. A. Union Pacific Railroad SDTJOBSTS Speed s.it3.ci Comfort Three trains daily, tarougli MT3, Brit and seooai class to all points. Reduced rates take effect coom. TTrlts now. S. E. Booth GENERAL iGEf" SO , 1 Montgomery Street. BAN TRANCISCO. 4 SUITS FOR SI .50. We will clean and press 4 suit a month for $1.60 it you join oar clothes (leaning club. Good work guaranteed. JOIN NOW. TELEPHONE 496. Tho Ohio Clothes Cleaning Co. Harrison Block. Beretanla nr Fort. TTTTTHrtrmiiiTTtinn ALWAYS AHEAD THE ROUGH RIDER CIGAR Fltzpatrick Bros. 3 and J Myrtle Cigar Store. J IXI TTTTTTttlTHTTIILrTml C, BREWER & CO,, LTD, QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H. UJ , AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Oao mea Sugar Company, Honomu Bngu Company, Walluku Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Pepeekeo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranch Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Robertson. V-Pres. & Mgr. E. Faxon Bishop.... Tres. ft Secy. F. W. Macfarlane Auditor P. C. Jones Director C. H. Cooke Director J. R. Gait Dlretcor All ot the above named constitute the Board of Directors. ITED HICAG0 PEOPLE tf tfi hi iii. i t ii in i r x Klar -fy - f tt tt'fy'ft't'