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AMUSEMENTS. IT!.' i (IRT THEATER v. i THfilt.HA,yAnAN,. 8TARi-, TIJUHSDAiY.,.l?EQISMDBU 2, 1909. ESI ISA s. id 11 W"o were right about our Kaininkt 4 1 . r I t iiinnii with Bance Smith are still with us. New Songs, Dances and ' Comedy Sketches. together with Best Moving Pictures In town. . Change Program Monday, Wednesday and 'Friday. 1 f t- H Princess Rink OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND AFTERNOON SESSION, "3 ,TO,"V EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10:30 EZHIBITION OF FANCY SKATING BY MISS EMMA "WIENER. Champion Lady Skater of the World ADMISSION: 15c; SKATES, 15c. OrpheumTheatre tonight JACK GOLDEN V MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY. E jnexican German it BEAUTIFUL CHORUS CLEAN COMEDY ELEBORATE WARDROBE LOTS OF MUSIC, LAUGHTER. AND SONGS. Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays. ' PRICES Evenink, 15c. 25c and 50c Matinees: Adults 25c, Children 15c. Honolulu Athletic Pari Sunday, December 5, Baseball 1:30 P. M. - U. S; M. C. vs. J. A. C. I ; K. A.. C. vs C. A. C 7 ! 1 L- SEATS', "10c, lbc, '250 Park Theater v Fort Street Below Beretanla . Moving Pictures AND - Vaudeville -Changes -itt MONDATfj -' ;3 WEDNESDAY " AND- FRIDAY THIS WEEK. 'If you 'are run down take & run down to Halelwa and see how quick your exhaltsed strength will 'get new life. A game of tennis or a turn at the golf lolnks will do a world of good to the man who Is tired from attend ing to business cares. The meals at thVHalelwa are the best In the Ter ritory and the lanal dining room with all of tho fascinating pleasures of an al fresco setting mako a meal there particularly delightful. Tho automo- bllists find a drive there a very pleas ant chango fjrpm the usual run around the park. It Is short and pleasant. Uw,Fine- Job printing,.. Star Office,. .. Then you ro suffering from eeeeeeeo sltic disease, distressing, annoying and one that indicates cleanliness. FACHECO'S DANDRUBF KILLER will absolutely cure It. Being a para siticide, It penetrates to the entire depth of the halr-folllclo and destroys the parasite that causes the trouble. Sold by all trreggistB and at Pa checo's Barber Shop. Phone 232. If you have a house that you want to rent furnished; let us know at ojlce. We have -' many applicants. ; 6is top Trust (o., ,itJ LIMITED 1 Bethel Street 1 wwu 0 Lam under the supervision of Miss Mclntyre opens Janunary 1st. All matters confiden tial. BISHOP TRUST C0:JLTD Bethel Street IflL (Continued from page tour.) golia fb join his family in California and will be away indefinitely. James Gibb, manager of Paauhau plantation, and wife arrived in the Claudlne this morning and are regis tered at tho Young Hotel. f PROMOTION MEETING, f,. v A meeting of the Hawall'Promotlon Committee Is being Held at' 3:30 this afternoon for the transaction of rou tine business. Among the new mat ters to come up are details of plans for the; coming iloral parade. ; PAPERS FILED. The following papers have been filed up to this afternoon for registration: West. & Hawn.Invst. Co. to P. E. R. Strauch, deed. "P, E R. Strauch and .wife 'to Mellisa Notley, deed. ' John M. Kelly to Antone Rpdrlgues, release. Antone Rodrlgues and wife to M. J. A. Schlemmer, deed. Claus Sprockels & Co., to Josephine W. King, release. August Humburg and wife to, John Emmeluth, tr deed. Von Hamm-Young Co., toV. C. Bai ley release. Von Hamm-Young Co., ta E. H. Le yis, release. Warren Benford to Von Hamm Young Co. c. m. Paul Bartels and wife to George C. Beckley,- deed. W...L. Hopner to E. Wells Peterson, p. a. Morimoto IsoklchI to C. F. Bradshaw cm. David Kapaku and' wife to A. N. Hayselden, mtg. Lily S. Eldridge'to G. Masuda, can cel lease, Lily S. Eldredgo to Ishl Toriklchi, lease. i Depaint COMB NEWS iMr. Special Privilege I .feel in my President Taft is at work on his Titus W. Coan et- al, to L, Ahip, leasee. : John Ii Estate Ltd.,-. to Koolau R. R. Co,, lease, BUILDING PERMITS. K. Matsumoto, a Japanese' contractor appeared at tne building and plumbing inspector's office this morning ano took out permits for nine cottages to be erected oh tlie vacant land off Be retanla street between Nuuanu ana ithe oid Kaumakaplli church ruins. This Is a part of the wholesalo plans for rebuilding Chinatown. Kauma kaplli church site is to be built up, and the Matsumlto nest of houses will go in Waiklki of that place. The cot tages are to contain six rooms each, to be one story, wood. and will cost $500 apiece. A lane to be cut through there will be known on future maps as "Mat sumoto lane.' ' PLUMBING PERMITS. December 2. Sol. Mahelona, residence Walakamllo road. T. Matsulchl plumber. John Hiram, residence, off Lillha St. John Hiram, plumber. STOCK EXCHANGE REPORT. Session Sales 5 Walalua $123.00; 15 McBrydo $G.60; 100 Olaa $G.25; lco Olaa $G.25; 10 Honokaa $20.00; 10 Ho nokaa $20.00; 5 Onomea $55.00; 10 McBrydo $G.50; 10 Olaa $G.25. Between Boards 51 Oahu Sugar Co. $32,875; CO Oahu Sugar Co., $32,875; 10 Oahu Sugar Co., $32,875; 50 Oahu Sugar Co., $32,875; 80 Oahu Sugar. Co. $32,875; 500 Olaa $6.25; 40 Ewa $31.75; G Ewa $31.75; 35 Ewa $31.75; 20 Mc Bryde $0.50; 15 Haw C. & S. Co. $37. 50; 100 Haw. C. & S. Co. $37.50; 23 Pio neer $190.00; 70 Onomea $55.00. .Stock. Bid. Asked. , Ewa Plant. Co 31.G25 32.00 300.00 37.G25 52.50 172.50 20.125 17.50 Hawaiian Arl; 250.00' Haw. C. & S. Co 37.375 Hawaiian Sugar....;.. 50.00 Honomu ,.. 160.00 Honokaa Sug.-Co.,..,., 19.875 Hutchinson Kahuku Plant. Co.... 30.00 Koloa Sugar. Co 150.00 McBrydo .0.375 Oljhu Sugar Co..;.-.... 32.75 Onomea SCugar Co.k.. 54.75 dlaa Sugar Co,....::. G.125 Paauhau Pepeekeo . 150.00 Pioneer Mill 191.00 Walalua Agrl 123.00 Wailuku 2G0.Q0 Walmea Sugar Co...". 150.00 I. I. S. N. Co. ...... 114.00 Hawn. Electric Co.... 150.00 Hon. R. T. Co. pfd.... 102.50 Hon. R. T. Co. com... 90.00 Mutual Tel. Co, 9,00 Nahiku Rub. Co O. R. & L. Co 137.50 Hilo R. R. Co 12.25 Hon. B. & M. Co Hawn. Pine. Co 29.00 Cal. Ref. Co. Gs Haw. Irr. Co. Gs 97.00 Hilo R. R. Co. 03.... 100.25 Honokaa Gs 102.50 Kohala Ditch Gs McBrydo Gs O. R. & L. Co. 5s.... 100.75 Oahu Sugar Co. 5s (Re deemable at 103 at maturity) , 101.00 G.50 33.00 55.00 C.25 30.00 ICO00 192.00 121.00 175.00 40.00 140.00 14.50 22.75 1Q1.00 100.00 100.50 100.00 9S.50 Pacific Mill 'Gs 103.00 Sugar, 4.36c Bsets,l2s,7 I -2d Henry Waleihow Trust Co, Members Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange. FORT AND MERCHANT STS. TBLKPHONH 7S8 bones that" he Is going to take a whack at me, message to Congress. News Item. LEAL ON THE GRILL Investigation of charges against former Chief of Detectives Joe Leal, of accepting bribes was undertaken by the Territorial grand jury this morn ing, sitting in tho City Hall. McIIehry, at present tending bar, was the first witness and his examin ation occupied the morning session of the inguisition. The grand Jury resum ed tho hearing at 1:30 oclock this af ternoon. There are several witnesses to be calle'd. Leal was yesterday notified by tho Sheriff - that his suspension had de veloped into his final removal from tho force, the Sheriff Believing that tljero had been such a demonstration of facts as warranted his being no longer employed. BILL AT ORPHEUMJONIGHT Tonight the Jack Golden Comedy Co. will bo seen in a now bill, at the Or pheum; divided into fnrco comedy, vau deville and musical comedy, making over two hours of wholesale, genuine fun Every member of tho company will have good parts and tho chorus will be exceptionally strong, lacking nono of the qualities that a chorus should have. The company has made a good impression upon the theatergoers, the houses being crowded every night. For tonight's program and tho bal ance ot tho week call early or ring up phone 681. liny. CATHGART J. W. Cathcart, city and county at torney, requested and was granted a, leavo 'Of "absenco for two months at a meeting of tho Board of Supervis ors at noon today. Ho intends leav ing In tho transport Thomas on Sat urday, to visit his former homo In the States. Tho meeting wag for tjio purposp of passing labor pay rolls. Next meeting will bo tho regular ono on Tuesday evening. A caucus on tho appropriation bill will bo held Saturday night. . MUSIC AT MOANA. This evening's concert by tho Hawai ian band will bo at tho Moana hotel in Waiklki. Muslo will begin at 7:30 and tho following numbers will be pre sented: March Free Lanco Sousa Overturo Semlramldo Rossini Intermezzo Samson and Delilah.... Salnt-Saens Selection Ernanl Verdi Vocal American Songs II. Borger Selection Three Twins Hoscha Gavotte Glowworm .7 Llncko Waltz Gesundhelt Helf Star Spangled Banner. . Gib ill L. S. Conness has been out of the Queen's Hospital some days and fs go ing to Kahuku to recuperate from tho effects of his late severe illness. Does your scalp itch? Then y6u are suffering from a parasitic disease. Pacheco's Dandruff Killer will absolu tely cure It. New Advertisements Grand Exhibition -OF Fireworks -AT- Honolulu Athletic Park, Friday Eve., December 3, 1909, at 8:00 P. M. ADMISSION 50, &5, and 15c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST Circuit, Territory ot Hawaii In Prbbate No. 40G8 At Chambers In the Matter of tho Estate of Pedro Augusto DIas, Deceased. Order of Notice of Petition for Al lowance of Accounts, Determining Trust and Distributing tho Estate. On Reading and Filing the Petition and Accounts of John P. Dias and Julia Augusto Dias, Executor and Ex!- cutrix respectively, under tho will and of the Estato of Pedro Augusto Dias, deceased, wherein petitioners ask to bo allowed $2828.17 and charged with $2828.17 and ask that the samo bo ex amlned and approved, nnd that a final order bo mado ot Distribution of tho remirJning property to tho persons thereto entitled nnd discharging po tltloners and sureties from all fur ther responsibility herein: It Is Ordered, that Saturday, tho 15th day -of January A. D. 1910 at 9:30 o'clock a. m. before tho Judgo presld lng at Chambers ot said Court at his Court Room in tho Judiciary Bul!d ing in Honolulu, County of Honolulu bo an tho samo hereby is appointed tho timo and placo for hearing said Petition and Accounts, and that all persons Interested may then nnd thero appear- nlid show causo, if any they have, why tho same should not bo granted, and may present ovldenco as to who aro entitled to tho said prop erty. And that notlco of this Order, bo published in tho Hawaiian Star, a newspaper printed and published in isaid Honolulu, for threo succssvo weeks, tho last publication to bo not less than two weeks previous to tho time therein appointed for said hear- tng. Dnted tho 1st day of December A. D. 1909. (Sfid) W. J. ROBINSON, Third Judgo ot tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit. Attest: (Sgd) M. T. SIMONTON, ' Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit. 4ts Dec. 2, 9, It', 23. Bargain. It sold nnd sold quickly. Wo have more bargains. Ldt us show you our Mnnoa Vnlloy. bargain. Eith er as an investment or .for a homo it fills the bill. "lllBIIIISl ' Corner Fort and Merchant Streets To accommodate its many patrons THE WIRELESS OFFICE will bo open on Sunday morn ings from eight until ten' o'clock Classified Advertising Found A pair of eye glasses. Owner can have samo by calling at Star Office, proving property and navlntr fnr thi ad. WANTED. We want to know whv imi dispensation of Providence. Wo know a run oeard is a man's own fault be cause he don't shave at JeffR- Mm ho barber shop in Hawaii Ncl. 912 Bethel siruet. WANTED 1 Q BUY Old books, magazines, Hawaiian stampg and curios. Books exchanged. Weedon Curio Bazaar. Port Street, above PauahL PIANO-TUNINO AND REPAIRING. .Jamea SnarId&n7tunor and repalf ing of pianos and organs. No. m, Hotel street, orders left at Hawaliu Newa Co., Young building QooA pianos to rent or sell at chespost rate. dramatic! MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio from, ban I-rancisco, 175 Beretanla. Prac-. .tical 3-months' prlvnto course. Act ing, Elocution, Monologues, Vaude ville. Dancing, Reading, Grace Cul ture. Phono 33. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notlco is herebv irlvmi iiv Mm un dersigned who has been appointed ad ministrator of tho estate or tho lato Caroline Nott, deceased, to tho prpilH. ors of said estato to present their claims duly authenticated and with proper vouchors, jf any exist, even it tho claim is secured by mortgago up on real estnto to mo at my placo or business at Magoon building, Mer chant Street, 'Honolulu, within six montns from this date, or they shall bo forever barred. JOHN NflTT Administrator Estate of Carolino Nott, ueiHjasea. Honolulu, November 18, 1909. Gts Nov. IS, 21, 2G. Dec. 2. 9, 1G. BY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION. BE'IT RESOLVED by tho Board ol Supervisors of tho City nnd County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that tho sum of SEVEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY ($750.00) DOLLARS lo and tho samo is hereby appropriated from tho General Fund, for tho payment of nc count known as "Repairs, Kallua and Maunawlli Bridges, Koolaupoko Dis trict." Honolulu, T. II. Novombor 20, 1900. Presonted by Supervisor J. C. QUINN. Tha foregoing Resolution was, at a regular adjourned meeting of tho . Board of Supervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, hold on Friday, November 2G, 1909, ordered pass to . print on the following voto ot tho said: Board: Ayes: Knno. Logan, McClollaiij Qulnn. Total 4. Noos: Nono. Absent nnd not voting: Ahla, Ay lott, Cox. Total 3. D. KALAUOKALANI, JR. Clork, City and County ot Honolulu, ots Nov. 27, 29, 30, Dec. 1, 2. 1 V 'Ml. .' &.