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1 THE HAWAIIAN BTAIt, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1909. riVB AMUSEMENTS. I BATTLESHIPS MOSQUITO WELLAS PORTS HEBE i 1 f Feature Films Was Jus ice Servea Princess Rink OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 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 MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY. GOOD VAUDEVILLE BEAUTIFUL CHORUS CLEAN COMEDY ELABORATE WARDROBE LOTS OF MUSIC, LAUGHTER AND SONGS. Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays. (PRflCES Evening 15, 25c and pOc Matinees: Adults 25c, Children 15c. Park Theater Fort Street Below Beretanla Moving Pictures AND Vaudeville Changes . MONDAY, , 5 WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY COMMERCIAL NEWS (Continued Irom page Tour.) Paauhau $29.25; 25 Honoliaa $20.75; 75fJIonokaa $20.75; 5 McBryde $6.75; Stock. Ewa Plant. Co Bid. Asked. 32.25. P2.875 2C5.00 285.00 37.375 37.75 50.00 52.00 20.C25 21.00 17.25 17.50 31.00 175.00 155.00 C.G25 C.75 33.75 34.00 53.50 54.50 C.25 6.50 29.50 152.50 1C0. 00 199.50 200.00 124.75 123.50 160.00 Haw. C. & S. Co... Hawaiian Sugar.... Honokaa Sugar Co. Kahuku Oahu Paauhau Sugar Co. Waialua Agrl. I. I. S. N. Co 114.00 Hnwn. Electric Co.... 155.00 Hon. R. T. Co. pfd.... 103.00 Hon. R. T. Co. com... 90.00 Mutual Tel. Co 9.00 Nahlku Rub. Co O. R. &. Co 140.00 Hllo R. R. Co 12.50 Hon. B. & M. Co 22.00 Hawn Pineaplo Co.... 29.00 Cal. Ret. Co Cs Hawn. Irr. Co. 6s 97.50 HUo R. R. Co. Cs.... 100.25 40.00 145.00 14'. 50 22.50 29.75 101.00 COULDN'T He It's near Thanksgiving dear, be thankful for. SheYes, and Christmas Is near, to ing to bo thankful for. ALEWA G THEY RECEIVE MONEY FOR ROAD AND RESERVOIR SITE FROM LAND SALE PROCEEDS UNDER NEW LAW COLLEGE OF HAWAII ALSO BENEFITS FROM SAME SOURCE SCHOOL SITE FOR KEO KEA, MAUI, PROVIDED FOR. Alewa Heights people are beneflcia- it. . i ,, nes unuer xutj iuw ul iusl bcsoiuu uu- thorizlng the expenditure of proceeds nf lnn,l rhIpb imnn nubile, lmnrove- ments. They are getting $780.20 for a road and money to buy a reservoir site. Under the same law Keoka, Maul, is to have a school site and the College of Hawaii money for the purchase of needed lands. The lands ordered sold for these purposes are designated In the follow ing letter from Acting Governor Mott- the purchase of 4.9G acres o.f land at Smith to Marston Campbell, Commis- Keokea, Maui, required for school pur sloner of Public Lands and Superlnten- poses, and the balance for tho pur dent of Public Works: chase of lands to be required for tho "I return herewith with my appro-College of Hawaii. ' y OFFICE ROSTER At its regular meeting last night, Geo. W. De Long Post, G. A. R., elected tho following officers for the ensuing year, the post commander succeeding himself: John W. Francis, Post Commander. L. L. La Pierre, S. V. C. G. Dietz, J. V. C. R. W. Green, Surgeon. W. L. Eaton, Qilartermatser P. W. Ryder, Chaplain. E. A. Strout, Ofllcer of the Day. M. Martenez, Ofllcer of the Guard. Honokaa Cs 102.50 JMcBryde Cs 9S.0O O. R. & L. Co. 5s.... 102.00 Oahu Sug. Co. 5s (Re deemable at 103 at maturity) 101.00 Ola Sugar 6s 100.00 101.00 Pacific Mill 6s 103.00 Waialua Agri 6s 101.75 Sugar, 4.36c Beets, 1 2s, 7 -2d Henry Wateihon Trust Co, Members Honolulu Stock nnd Bond Exchange. FORT AND MERCHANT 8TS. TELEPHONE 7S- HOW HE 111 Mother And you are not hurt a bit, my boy? -Her Boy (left halfback on bootball team) Not a bit, mother! Tht game-broko up In a Jreo fight. SCIT BOTH. and If you refuse me I'll have nothing too, and 1 I marry you I'll havo noth val your request of the 3rd Inst, that 70n on io cot nolrln frnm lnnd sales of viuv-w Alewa Heights, tract, Kpna, Oahu, for the construction or a puunc roau u aiso your request of the 1st Inst, for the sale of four acres of land at Wal- malu, Ewa, Oahu, the proceeds to be derived therefrom to bo used for tho purchase of Lot 42, Alewa Heights tract, required for a reservoir site; as also your request ot the 3st ultimo for the sale of 38.30 acres at Olinda, Maul, the proceeds therefrom to be used for C. H. Dickey, Delegate. S. McKeague, Alternate Delegate. To those who havo never seen the. livid flres of a volcano the opportun-' Ity to view them at small cost Is to bo furnished by tho Inter-Island ( Steamship Company. There is to bo an excurelion (party 'eave here on Friday December 31 and return Mon-1 day. As Saturday is a holiday there will be no time lost from business by I those who avail themselves of tho ill o r nn rtfpAAl Arriving at Hllo on Saturday morn- Ing the passengers will have time for the races that will take place New Years' Day at Hoolulu Park. In tho evening there will be a dance at tho Hllo Hotel which ft? to bo thrown open to the public that day for the first time. Altogether It Is to bo a full program nt pnlnvmmit. for thnso whn iro are such that many more persons may bo accommodated than formerly. It is scarcely within tho memory of tho oldest inhabitant of the big Island that the crater Jake has been as active as at present. There Is continuous ac tivity of tho lava and the bed of the lake Is never dark. Judge Lyman writes that the glow can bo seen at Kaplo miles away and Captain Free man reads his paper at night, on the deck ot the steamer by the light from the volcano thirty-one miles away. ESCAPED. i lui ll IMWUIILU FO KILAUEA 1 (Continued from Pago One.) both Its original and Its most per sistent advocacy from the Hearst newspapers has been urged not' In any vain spirit of national aggrand izement, but as the only and tho an- ' solutely necessary means of protect 1 lug our territorial and of playing I hcnorablo part in the international concerns of tho Far East. "As things stand, Japan believes itself tb bo the predominant powor in 1 tho Pacific. And Its recent nlgn- ' . . i i i -wnn1..,.tn hnn ' i nnnaeu cuuuuui in iuiuninuu proceeded upon that assumption. I "Hie circumstances attending the j recall of Minister Crane, which were ' exposed by tho Hearst nowsfapers, offer tho clearest proof that the lnilu- ' once of Japan m tlio Cabinet Councils I of tho world Is dangerous to this country. "Japan would not havo dared de. Btroy tho nationality of Corea in spite of tho American promise to protect the Corean sovereignty would not have dared slam the door in Mancluv rla upon tho commerce of tho world, and would not have dared violate the spirit and intent of theTreaty ot Portsmouth, If Japan had not been strong in ships and fighting men. "This aggressive Japanese policy on the continent of Asia has already 1 ilnnn irrnnf flnmnirn in Amprlonn pom- mcrcc. "Our trade in Manchuria 'has dcclln ed a third or moro within the last two or threo years. And nothing but tho swiftest action of our State Depart ment can keep tho door that has been slammed in our faces from being lock ed and barred.' "If the diplomatic combinations and alliances now being worked out Dy Japan shall be carried to completion the Japanese will jump at any chance of picking a quarrel with this country , - that may give them an excuso for at . icu aiiuuh. ujiuu our torruones. "No greater danger menaces tho peace ot the world at this moment man tills long reUch and tnrust Japanese ambition. "Wo can avert tho danger only by taking quick action to dissolve the Japanese combinations beforo they shall bo crystallized. lno president's plan for the es tabllshment of a great naval base at Pearl Harbor is Immensely reassur ing." HIGHLY VALUED (Continued from Pace One.) However, as uplands cotton Is today selling In New York around 14 3-i cents, a price of even 30 cents may be regarded as a veritable bonanza, and speaks volumes for the quality of Ha waiian cotton. Thiijty conts cotton (delivered In New York or Liverpool) would mean a crop that should net $600 per acre, If j the yield proves the experiments al lcady made. Mr. Jordan and his friends feel high ly encouraged over the news thoy havo received and will be prepared In duo V t0 fl tho order tho lcltor BCemS lo "iny. This Is what the correspondent says November 24th, 1909. The Jordan Company, McCandless Building, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands rmir clad to hear Trom you in the i matter of Cotton Fiber. The samples 1 you sent wero very satisfactory. The quality was good and tho fiber in ov- ,.l T. .l.ll r,.1 ry way exceueiu. n V""f forty cents a itnmQ could bo obtain- ed tor Cotton of this quality. Tne uaravoncu wuui wuu uhub "'" the better of tno two. wo couiu nan- die this for you and would bo very SLID COTTON glad to do so uut wo migut '"'"'irom Victoria, his Brother Peter. Pe you mat ueroro any ueunuo pnuo could bo arrived at about ono ton ot each would havo to be sent and tho buyers hero would not bo interested in doing anything unless they knew that rtiey could obtain further ship ments of good quantities, that Is, a mill woulOr not bo willing to purchaso say ono ton for experimental purposes unless they found thnt thoy cou.'ct obtain other quantities. Wo put tills in tho hands or our brokers nnd while they stated tha. thirty conts could easily bo obtainea for the poorer quality and tht 'a much higher price might bo poasiblo ovon tually, unless we were i'i a position to furnish fair qiniitiMo'i, -ftero would bo no business in It whatever. W had the flLer caf-lully oxun'ned and tested and it was found cxcellont. t you could supply good quantities, w.o would bo glad to havo you send us a" ton of each and In your lottor pleaso state what probability there would bo of your sullying fair amounts. Thanking you tor your offer, wo re main, Dear'Slrs, Yours faithfully. , K- Fine Job Printing, Star Ofllce. A mosquito campaign . to extend from Kalnuikl hill to Fort Shatter nnd from the city lighting station to the sea will noon be In lull swing. ITOvIdeil tho Shippers' Wharf Com mittee come through with a contribu tion of one thousand dollars a montn. As the committee lately gave some encouragement to tho proposal oi such a campaign, It is hoped that the war upon the pest will tnko shape be fore many days. Acting Governor Molt-Smlth, spealt ing as president of the Hoard oi Health, said this morning. "I submitted to tho Shippers' Whart Committee yesterday a proposal for a mosquito campaign involving the oxjendituro of $1000 a month', to bo contributed by them, under the aus pices of the Board ot Health. 'Up to February JS last year tho committee were giving $125 a month toward a mosquito campaign. They wore also contributing $600 to the rat campaign, giving $725 altogether in aid of health and sanitation work. With TTiat assistance a campaign was conducted, but of course only to a limited extent owing to the small amount of funds. The district cover ed was not large. It was practically tho city proper, Maklkl, Palama, Ka lihi and Kalmukl being classed as suburbs. "Results from that campaign navo pretty well died out, athough a small campaign has been kopt tip By the' sanitary Inspectors. With one thou sand dollars a month, however, from tho Shippers' Wharf Committee n district covering from Kahuku hill to Fort Snafter and from the electric light station to the sea "Will be the area of operation. 'inis campaign will bo a separate department from the Board of Health. It involves practically a sanitary cam paign from tho necessary removal ot rubblsl" tin cans and other contain ers nouung water in which mosqui toes breed. T think wo can evolve a system by which the Shippers Wharf Commit tee, tho Board of Health and the city garbago service will work effectually together." FOR CHRISTMAS. mere is to be dancing anl a Rood time generally at Halohva on Christ mas for tho management 13 already ar ranging .for tho comfort of tho guests ho expects will bo there for dinner and the dancing. The golf links are al ways inviting to the players and the tennis court was never In better con dition than at present. Among the amusements nt Haleiwa are to bo counted boating and fishing, horeback riding and driving. There Is no more delightful place In the islands rot- a vacation bo it short or long. LflTESTfPPiG December 7, 1909. San Francisco, sailed Dec. 7, S. S. Virginia, for Seattle. San Francisco, sailed Dec. 7 2 p. m., S. S. Asia for Honolulu. San Francisco, arrived Dec. 7, S. S. Alameda, hence Dec. 1. San Francisco, arrived Dec. 7, S. S. Hllonlan, hence Nov. 30. Kahulul, arrived Dec. 7, bktne. Ma kaweli, from Mukilteo. - . U. S. GETS LANU uy a ueca nieu at the Bureau oi I Conveyances today the-united States 'Sovernment comes Into possession ot i " w uw,,h iuu uaiiu nan- way tz L,anu uo. There has been something of an epi demic of llll . . """WIMUUIB Ul mte. and now comes the news that ( ther0 nro tQ ,)o )lrm chare3 n Drown botter ,now as "Klondike" who owns or Is the j Honolulu Scrap Iron Company, of this ( city, Is expecting, per S. S. Makura, tor Brown , has heard from Charles how good a placo Honolulu is nnd thero fore Peter Is coming to enter tho Hono lulu Scrap Iron Co., as manager. Peter Brown will bo accompanied by his daughtor, Miss Maud. Two deserters from tho Italian cruiser Calabria wero unwilling jas songera aboard" tho S. S. Chlyo Maru when alio left for tho Orient yester day evening, Thoy will bo returned t0 their ship nt Shanghai. A call lor bids for supplies for six months for Kallhi recoivlng station, tho Boys' Homo, tho Lopor Settlement and tho 'Insane Asylum is about td bo advertised by t.o Hoard of Health. Tho Alexander Young Cafe offers' tho host servico in tho city for after tho show suppors. N ew Advertisements NOTICE. On account of leaving for tho Coast, all persons having any olalms against mo will please present samo at once at my office, Alakea street, and oblige, J. OSWALD LUTTED. fit! ESI HE Wo were light about our Kalmukl Bargain. It sold and Bold quickly. Wo havo moro bargains. Let u show you our Manoa Valley bargain. Eith er ns an inveitmont or for home it (Ills the bill. ' Comer Fort and Merchant Streets. m r 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 havo same by calling at Star Office, proving property and paying for this ad. WANTED. ' It you want to make a favorable Im pression on anyone you must appear clean shaven and hair nicely trimmed. The man that des that work Is Jeffs the barber, 942 Bethel street. WAM'El) TO IJUY Old books, magazines, Hawaiian stamps and curios. Books exchanged. Weedon Curio Bazaar. Fort Street, above PauahL PIANO-TUNINO AND REPAIRING. .lames Snsrldan, tuner una repair ing ot pianos and organB. No. lUv Hotel etreet, orders left at Hawaiian. Newo Co., Young building. Goo, pianos to rent or sell at cheapest rote. DRAMATIC MARIE KENNY, Dramatic Studio from San Francisco, 175 Beretanla. Prac tical 3-months' private course. Act ing, Elocution, Monologues, Vaude ville, Dancing, Reading, Grace Cul ture Phono 33. , Fino Job Printing, Star Ofllce. Flowers and Trees We are closing out our nursery at Beretanla and Smith sts, and are sell ing everything at very low prices. Cal ifornia Roses, Asters, Pansles, Carna tions and all kinds of flowers, Chlneso Lichee trees, orango trees, Christmas trees, maidenhair ferns, potted plants, all kinds of young trees, shrubs, etc. Len Ohoy Corner Beretanla and Smith streets. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons having claims against tho Estato of Mrs. Fannie II. Sachs, deceased, even though such claims bo secured by mortgago on real estate, are hereby required to present same, with proper vouchers, to the under signed administrator of tho estate, within six months from tho date here of, or the samo win bo forever barred. N. S. SACHS, Administrator of said Estate. Dated and first published Novembor 30, 1909. 5ts Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 21, 23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Tho undorslgned hereby gives notice to all persons hnvlng claims against tho ostnto ot Holon W. Kelsey lato or Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, to present their claims to tho undoislgnod nt Ku kalau, Hawaii within six months from date or they will bo forever barrea.. All persons indobtpd to said estate will pleaso mako Immediate settlement with tho undorslgned. HENRY E. KELSE. Kukalau, Hawaii. Executor of the Estato ot Helen W. Kelsoy. Honolulu Nov. 23, 1909. Sts Nov. 23, 30, Dec 7, 14- 21. Waterhou 4 I '1 -34 J uiii.