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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1909.
Novelties and Curios
Of Hawaiian origin. A large lino or
Eouvonlrs that make ploneout romem-
broncos. Novelties that will decorate
your don prettily.
Hotel & Union Sts.
3DG&K FACT01U, OOMHISSIUN AGENTS
Wm. 0. Irwin.. President and Manager
John D. Spreckels. First Vice-President
W,4M Glffard... Second Vice-president
ff."M. Whitney Treasurer
Richard I vers Secretary
D, Q. May Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Hakalau Plantation Co., Hilo Sugar
Company, Honolulu Plantation Co.,
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co.,
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co., Olo
walu Company, Paauhau Sugar Plan
tation Co., Walmanalo Sugar Co.
If you want the best SODA
WATER In the Territory.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER
The difference between gas
and wood Is that the first spells
comfort nd economy and the
latter heat and expense.
and save money
for other ne-
OAHU TAILORING CO.
Clear Stand on tht Cornr.
Beretania and Emma Streets.
Catton, Neill & Co.
Engineers, Machinists, Blacksmiths
First clasi work at reasonable rates.
Honolulu Iron Works.
4TEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS,
TOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS
AND LEAD CASTINGS.
Machinery of Every Description
Uado to Order. Particular Attention
4l! to ship's Blacksmithing. Job
Work Executed on Short Notice.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
I Designers of
S Como and pick out your goods.
We have a complete line of
dressy, fashionable and business
S goods. As for a suit that will
I Our Expert Cutter
j? recently from New York will
o guarantee you satisfaction in
J workmanship, quality and fash-
I T, W, AM A CO., LTD.
X Walty Building, King street.
Fine Job Printing, Btar Offlce.
Lewie & Co Pago 3
1Jawll Electric Co Pago
rrlnio Ueor Pago C
waterhouee Trust Co Pago C
Sachs Dry Goods Co Pago 8
Honolulu Drug Co Page 7
Associated Garage Page 3
Tom Sharp Page 3
Ewa Plantation Co Pago C
Hawn Fibre Page 5
Notice Page G
Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureai,
Honolulu T. H., January 21 1909.
TninneraturcB. 0 a. m.: S a. 111.; 10
a. in.; and morning minimum.
72; 71; 72; 73; C9
Barometer reading: absolute humid
ity (grains per cubic foot); relative
humidity and dew point at 8 a. m.:
30.18: G.01G; 73; C2.
Wind: Velocity and direction at 8 a.
m.; S a. m.; 10 a. m.; and noon:
10 NE.; 10 E.; 10 E.; 10 E.
Rainfall during 24 Hours ending 8 a.
Total wind movement during 24 hours
ended at noon 20G miles.
WM. 13. STOCKMAN,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraphs That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
Elndt's Transfer Co., Phone 588.
Thurlow's Royal Annex for meals.
Frog legs, lobsters and oysters.
The list of officers of August Dreler,
Ltd., appears in this Issue.
Dividend No. 139 of the Ewa Plan
tation Co. is due and payable on Jan
Commercial Ratings. Mercantile
Reference Agency. No. 39-40, Young
Building. Phone 129.
J. A. McCandless has been named
as head of the finance committee for
the Honolulu Floral Parade on Feb
Former Sergeant John Aea, of the
police force, has been appointed an in
spector of the Board of Health to suc
ceed M. E. Sllva, resigned.
Hot baths with shower, cleanest in
town. Silent Barber Shop.
The pictures at the Gem theater are
both amusing and instructive and car
ry you through different countries and
Mr. Poss, Illuminating engineer of
the Halophane Co., New' York, will
give a demonstration and short talk
on the proper use of Electric light.
The best kind of company at dinner
is a glass of Primo Beer. It gives
you an appetite, aids the digestion,
and quiet restless nerves. Try a case
A wineglassful of Apollinaris, Hun
garian Apenta or Johannls Llthla is
one of the greatest aids to health, and
beauty. Lewis & Co., Ltd., sole agents
for Hawaii, JG9 King street. Tele
The millinery clearance sale at
Sachs' will close on Saturday at 5 p.
m. There are only three days left to
profit by the big reductions in dress
hats, street hats, and trimmed felt
The wireless telegraph is now being
generally used to communicate with
steamers that are three or four days
from port. Wireless messages to
friends on board steamers are becom
ing the fad.
Bargain for few days in modern cot
tage, College Hills; two choice build
ing lots, Manoa Road; two modern
houses and lots in Kaimukl for $3500
and ?2500; fine building lots. Water
house Trust Co.
O. L. Sorenson, assistant Territorial
surveyor, will resign his position
within the next few months to becomo
the assistant of F. S. Dodge, who is
in charge of the land department of
the Bishop Estate.
The annual sale of trimmed hats
and veilings at sacrifice prices at Mrs.
C. L. Dlckerson's store is being very
largely attended and promises fair to
dispose of all stock on hand to make
room for new stock.
The Government is considering an
exchange of lands at Kalaheo with the
McBryde Sugar Co., giving 900 acres
of sugar cano land for 1700 acres of
homesteading land. Some of the for
mer will require irrigation.
Coughs and colds may be readily
cured by Syrup of White Pine Com
pound, for sale at the Honolulu Drug
vi.. jl euros Wltliout fa mul lmQ n
jbad effects on stomach or head.
I The Board of Health will meet to-
. . unvriiuon at a o'clock. Tho
uestion whether or not the Board lias
the right to allow Dr. Wayson's lep
rosy patient to return to his home
without re-examination will bo twirl
At the Hawaiian Office- SneolnUv
Co.'s store is a handsome table martn
at the shon of the
gany Lumber Co. in Hilo. Officers of
tho municipality have been called in
to se oit and a price named to them
for adding It to the furniture of tho
Board's assembly room.
Lectures and talks on tho islands nt
the Alaska-Yukon Exposition will bo
Illustrated by 3,200 feet of R. K. Bon
Ine moving picture films. Loyd Childs
will not alone deliver lectures, for
Commissioner Knudsen will speak and
other eloquent artists will contribute
their brains and speech.
R. K. Bonine will furnish 3200 feet
of moving picture films and 240 lan
SECRETARY WOODS REPORT. FOR
THE CURRENT WEEK SHOWS
Tho following is Promotion Secre
tary Wood's report for this week:
Chairman and Members of the Hnwnll ,
Gentlemen: It Is plenslng to be able
ui rupon uiui, uuui.BK '" "
Chairman and Mr. Willard
T.... ... ..
ra.l t,,,ln mnttRra
are now well under way, Mr. T. H.
uiuniii .fun . i v. ... . ....... - ,
Petrle having assumed the directorship
of the event and being assured of the ,
active assistance of Mr. uartiey ami
Mr. Dillingham, who served as wirec-
tors on former occasions, there can be
no doubt as to the outcome though
the' time of preparation Is somewhat
This year's event Is being thorough
ly advertised on the Maln'and. Our
attractive poster may he found in ev
ery hotel, excursion bureau, railway
and steamship office -along the Pacific
Coast from Sitka to San Diego. Wo
have also Included in our Territory,
all the larger cities of Western Can
ada, as well as our own prosperous
Western and Northwestern states. The
distribution of these posters was un
dertaken In good time and will, we be
lieve, prove effective.
Besides trying to attract the strang
er, a strong effort will be made to
bring a thorough representation from
the other Islands and I feel confident
that Honolulu will have the largest
and most representative gathering on
February 22nd next that has ever been
The new edition of tho Cross Roads
of the Pacific Map is to hand. Among
other additions are lines from Bris
bane to Honolulu, Sydney to Auck
land, Sydney to Wellington, Melbourne
to Hobart, Hongkong to Manila, Hong
kong to Sydney through Torres Strait,
Hongkong to Batavla, Hongkong to
ward CoIomjK), Adelaide toward Col
ombo. On all lines, correct distances
are given, thus making the new edi
tion of even greater value as a travel
map than previous editions. The sta
tistical matter at the top of the page
is also brought down to date.
By the next steamers leaving for
umerent points of the Compass, we
will send out several score copies of
uiese maps to nil orders now in hand
uy tne last "Alameda," we sent a
large supply of our folders to the
ioasi lor distribution, following pre
vious heavy shipments. We are en
deavoring as far as our supply of
material will admit to get a wide dis
tribution of our advertising matter at
this time. Where, however, we issue
an edition of 100,000 copies of our gen
eral folder, we "could, if the funds were
available, make good use of 500,000 co
pies. A special fund of Ten Thous
and, ($'0,000), Dollars for printed mat
ter alone could be used to distinct
advantage this year.
Another fund of similar amount
could be utilized with advantage in
maintaining a sales exhibit at Atlan
tic City, America's greatest tourist'
resort. In this instance, however, if
properly managed, the investment
would produce an attractive income
The principal item of expense would
be the rent of a good room on the fam
ous board walk which could be fitted
up, attractively. The plan would be
not merely to distribute folders and
talk Hawaii, but to have on sale, can
ned pineapples, Kona coffee, jams, jel
lies, loulu hats, hala mats, fans, pho
tographs, postul cards, etc.
The services of Dr. Wilcox ami hi
staff could be drawn ntion tn m.
an attractive and thoroughly repre
sentative exhibit of our Aci'lpilHllrnl
Mr. Hitchcock's great painting of
Kilauea could be shown under elec
tric light and during the hot days of
summer pineapple sherbert could be
served to many thousands of thirsty
travelers. Aona coffee could iso be
served as well as pol cocktails. Noth
ing would he given away but the ad
vertising matter. Such an undertaking
would prove a splendid advertisement
as well as a paying investment.
H. P. WOOD,
tern slides of Hawaii scenes and scen
ery for the Seattlo Exposition. J. p.
Morgan and Loyd Childs are a com
mittee on a Htlwailan fish exhibit.
Miss Ida Pope suggests a historical
exhibit. Mr. Mclntyre will arrange a
fernery. Kamehameha girls will pro
bably sing at the Hawaii building. Mr.
Knudsen is procuring Nlihau mats for
James Lane, who has been under
confinement and restraint thirteen
years owing to the loss of his mind
from a blow in the head, had an oper
ation performed by Dr. O'Day on
Tuesday which has resulted in mak
ing him quiet and rational. It is hop
ed ho will fully recover his reason.
An operation some years ago was in
effective. Lane had his skull frac
tured at the police station with a blow
from tho butt of a rifle in tho hands
of a volunteer guard when he had
made some resistance on being brought
In as a rebel in the uprising of four
teen years ago this month.
Fine Job Printing, star Office,
HEREAFTER HANDLES ONLY BIG
GER BUSINESS NEW CONCERN
James F. Morgan is making an im
,.ortant ci,ang0 jn i,a business whereby
. ,, t t f1lo ,., ninrrhnn-
" D ; " - "
uise auction aeuuruuuiii uu ubvuiu
attention to the more absorbing op
eratlon of exclusively handling real
estate auctlons and large saies o oth.
Two men, whose names are not yet
mentioned, have arranged to take an
auction license and go Into the auc
tioning of merchandise and are not
Between Boards: $5000 Honokaa Gs,
$102.00; $6000 Honokaa Gs, $102.00;
$2,000 P. S. M., Gs, $102.00; $1000 Pio
neer Gs, $1105.00; 50 Honokaa $15.00;
100 Honokaa $15.00; 10 Olaa $5.00; 10
Oahu Sugar Co. $28.75.
Session Sales: 100 Olaa $5.00; $5,000
Olaa Gs, $97.75. ,
Stock. Bid. Asked.
Ewa Plant. Co 27.125 27.375
Hawaiian Agri 1G0.00 170.00
Hawaiian Com 1-02.25 105.00
Hawaiian Sugar 35.75
Honomu Sugar Co.... 137.50
Honokaa Sugar Co.... 15.00 15.25
Haiku Sugar Co 175.00
Kekaha Sugar Co 152.50
Oahu Sugar Co 28.75
Onomea ..! 40.50
Ookala Sugar Co 13.00
Olaa Sugar Co 4.875
Pacific Mill 102.00
Pioneer Mill 141.00
Walalua Agri SO. 00
Walmanalo ISO. 00
Walmea Sugar Co.... 50.00 52.50
I. I. S. N. Co 137.00 150.00
Hawaiian Electric... 136.00
Hon. R. T. Co. com 70.00
Mutual Telephone G.OO
Nahiku Rub'. Co
Oahu R. & L. Co
Hilo R. R. Co
Hon. B.' & M. Co,... 23.00
Haw. Pineapple 23.00
Haiku Gs....'.1 100.50
Hamakua Ditch Gs.... 100.00
Hawaiian Sugar Gs 100.00
Hilo R. R. Co. Gs
Honokaa Gs.; 102.00
Hon. R. T. Co. Gs.... 10G.00
Kahuku Gs 100.00
McBryde Gs '94.00
O. R. & L. Co. Gs 101.26
Oahu Sugar Co. 5s 100.00
Olaa Sugar Co. Gs 97.50
Pacific Mill Gs 102.00
Pala Us. 100.50
Pioneer Gs 104.25
Yalalua Agri Gs 99.75
Owing to Chinese New Year the Art
Theater will give an unusually good
program from onw until the end of
On the Hilonlan is a fine lot of new
films direct from the east, that have
never been on the Islands before.
Comprising these are a selection of the
famous Pathe-freres Alms that are
known the world over. They are full
of wit, comedy and pathos. The char
acters are universally known as tne
best in the moving picture business.
Many illms of beauty and colors are
expected on the Hilonlan. Many films
of travel and adventure.
The Art will give a good program
in commemoration of tho Chinese feast
None should miss the Art, when they
put their best on the screen. This
they have been doing the last few
weeks and they gladly extend their
thanks for tho enormous crowds that
attended all tho performances.
The last weeks' show was a repeti
tion of the others of late appearance
very good. They fillly appreciate their
audiences and they now state that
their one thought will be to give the
appreciative people of Honolulu one
grand continuous line of pleasure in
the illumination of tho canvas with
tho best and most entertaining films
the market can prodiice.
Referring to tho water problem, Su
perintendent of Public Works Comp
bell remarked today:
"Honolulu is no longer a little city.
It Is growing fast. Here lately 450
U. S. Marines have been added to the
population, who require 139 gallons a
day, measured to them, per capita.
And tho condition of increasing de
mand is found all over the city. Peo
ple batho here every day while back
east they hthe not oftener than once
a week m winter."
DAILY STOCK REPORT
looking for a location further up town
than where Morgan lias been in tho
habit of conducting general sales.
Steven will remain with Morgan In
the high-class enterprise and Smithies
will go with tho now and separato
concern which is to handle the gen
eral auctipn business elsewhere.
Morgan is refitting his office in Ka
ahumanu street for Teal estate and
other big sales, while the large store
below, used for general auctions, will
be to let.
Governor Frear has received a re
quest from the president of tho In
ternational Leprosy Congress to bo
hold at Bergen, Norway, asking him
to appoint the two doctors Goodhue as
delegates to the Congress. While in
Washington the officials of several de
partments consulted him about a dele
gation from Hawaii.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
Central Union church will hold a so
cial Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. In
the new parish house. There will be
no formal program.
Hawaiian ToBaccoPiafiiaiiofi Co.,
Capital Stock $100,000.00
5000 Shares Par Value $20.00
Subscription list now open at the
Stoolc r x tn cl uoad
Brolc . x . . .
Campbell Block, Mercbant Street,
Prospectus may .tie had on applica
James F. Morgan's
Member of Honolulu Stock and Bona
Stock and Bond Orders receive
Information furnishei relative to all
STOCKS AND BONDS.
P. O. Box 394.
The Latest Parisian
Harrison Block. Beretania & Fort Sts
MRS. OUNtf'S HAT SHOP
Seattle Arrived, January 21, S. S,
Hyades, from San Francisco.
San Francisco Sailed January 21,
S S- Mexican for Honolulu, not as pre
This afternoon the special committee
appointed by Governor Frear to ar-
. range the Lincoln Memorial Day pro
gram Arranged this schedule;
First: Mammoth parade, to include
the National Guard of Hawaii, U. S.
army and navy forces, Kamehameha
cadets and other organizations to be
announced later. Major Dunning, U.
S. A., In charge.
Second School procession and ex
ercises Supt. V, H. Dabbitt In charge.
Third Literary exerefses at the lit
tle tfirk oft Union srmare, Hon. C. H.
Dickey in charge.
Fourth Grand literary program at
the Hawaiian Opera House or some
other large hall In the evening.
It is said ihat tho move Is again on
in tho Navy Department to acquire tho
channel wharf at the entrance to Ho
nolulu bay for the use of transports.
If this be taken it will be necessary,
in future, to make other arrangements
for a quarantine landing. Tho channel
wharf cost well on toward $100,000,
but Is now in a bad state of repair.
Should it be taken over by tho navy
tho wharf shed would' be greatly en
larged and the general arrangement
No marines will have duty on the
transport Buffalo upon her departure'
from this city for the coast. The or
der removing mnrines from ships to
duty on land went Into effect on the
first of January, and, with the change
In her color, the Buffalo will also dis
pose of her marine guard.
Fine Job Printing, star Office
Saturday at 5 P. M.
Only THREE DAYS LEFT to Buy DRESS HATS and
STREET HATS' at a Big Reduction.
TRIMMED FELT HATS
AT 331-3 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
SPECIAL SALE OF WHITE GOODS
WILL BEGIN ON MONDAY, JAN. 25TH.
Particulars in Saturday and , Sunday Papers.
'S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd
Fort and Beretania Sts.
HUSTACE-PECK CO., LTD.
Phone 295. 63 Queen
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF TEAMING.' .
rDealers In ' "
FIRE WOOD, STOVE, STEAM AND BLACKSMITH COAIi.
CRUSHED ROCK, BLACK AND WHITE 4" t ,
SAND, GARDEN SOIL. '
HAY, GRAIN, CEMENT, ETC., ETC.
'Phone, Office 281.
Fort Street, Opp. W.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in
CRUSHED ROCK, WHITE AND BLACK SAND, BROKEN
CORAL. GARDEN SOIL, ETC.
SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
Once more to the front with the sweet
est and best of these to be had in the
city. All fresh, home-smoked and with
out the taste of stale canvas.
Tie Metropolitan M
J. HOPP &CO.,
e It is Not Accidental
that Etnulne Jewel Stoves keep the fuel bills low and last so long.
It is just because they are built that way. They are made in the
Largest Stove Plant In the World, where they know how. Every
genuine Jewel has the name
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd,
53, 55,-57 RingSireet,
Street. P. O. Box 21a.
& Diaulng 68., LIL
G. IRWIN & CO.,
P. O. Box 15$.
The kind which have taken the town
by storm. Nothing finer. The best
thing In the baby carriage line ever
Invented. Big variety.
Lewers & Cooke Building
It 1 n. t fc t r t3 o t
Opposite Fire Station.
"Detroit Stove Works" cast on It. m