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c- -nHt!isn-.i July a, l . KDLL XXVH., NO. 4805. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, A PHIL 16, 1S9S. PRICE FIVE CENES. A hi I f I : 1 M H i H 3 -i-v-.; "" """" agy j,-lr J. Q. WOOD, Attorney at Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE: Corner King Streets. and Bethel 1)1?. C. 15. HIGH, Dentist- Philadelphia Dental College 1892. Jfasonlc Temple. Telephone 318. A. C. WALL, I). I. S. Dentist. LOVE BUILDING, : FOIIT STREET. M. 12. Gl!OSH)LAX, O.D.S. Dentist. 18 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. D'lt. A. J. DJiKliy, Dentist. Do Not Buy Or Sell Stocks or Bonds Without Employing a Broker. SOME an BILLS FMoirapk of Notes Are Fonnd in Our charges are well known and we adhere strictly to them. There is a chance that we can save some money for you. DENOMINATIONS OF 10 AND 20 Hawaiian Safe Deposit and Investment Company. Find of a Five "Raised" to a Twen tyOpinions of Experts. From tha Orient. SEASON OF 1898 Leap months without notice. A short time ago counterfeit 25 ceni pieces were run into Ivona, Hawaii. A large number of them reached Honolulu, So far a is known no effort has been made to copy other coins. There is no limit to the extent to which bill photographs may be brought here, and from now on 'there will be the c'.osest scrutinv of numbering, texture and engraving fin ish. Of the photograph bills the reverse, is blue print and the front bromide nrint. People here who are not familiar FIRST CAME OF SERIES vwux uun.K notes are quite or ten swin dled. But a few days aga a Portuguese shopkeeper came into the Bank of Bishop & Co. with a Confederate $20 Flayers and Positions-New Uni- D. Ross, W. Lishman. Vincent, Hat field, Warrell. Baird, White, Piianaia. Wansey and H. L. Herbert. Vs. Union at Ball Grounds. .Merchants Dine. There were twenty Japanese mer chants at dinner at the Hawaiian hotel last night. The private dining rcom was used for the occasion. The tabic was appropriately decorated. The din ner over, mast of the guests went to the billiard and pool room to spend the rest of the evening. A counterfeit $10 Hawaiian Treasury GEORGE R. CARTER, Manager, silver note was discovered by J. F. C. Office In rear of Bank of Hawaii. Ltd. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. IF YOU BUY A SINGER, You will receive careful Instruction from a competent teacher at your home. Telephones: Office. 615; Itesldence. 789. STm toe compafflceT you win get prompt attention in any part of the world, as our offices are ev- CORNER FORT AND HOTEL. STS. MOTT-SMIT1I BLOCK. s: Office, 615; Resl HOURS: 9 to 4. Abel at Hyman Bros.' store yesterday morning. Mr. Abel stopped on his w-ay to the police station with the bill at Davies & Co. and Bishop & Co. Senior Captain Parker, of the Marshal's force, went out at once with the bad bill and exhibited it to the leading business houses, including all the banks. C i i , tuou as tne wora. nas passed around there was a general examina- note. He said he had given a haole $1G worth of goods and $4 in change for the bill. Dr. Myers, who was a surgeon in the Confederate army has the best collection of the bills of the Confederacy that exists in the Islands. Ql Handicapped. One of the missionaries who arrived on the Morning Star yesterday tells of the state of affairs in Ponape in the Caroline Islands. A Spanish col ony there seems to control things. The forms The Weak Team Cycling on the 23d-Cricket Today. The 1S0S field sport season opens at Funis for Armenians. Mrs. Judd, wife of the Chief Justice, reports that she has made a second re mittance to the fund for the Armenian widows and orphans. The total so far sent from Honolulu by Mrs. Judd amounts to about $520. There will be more to follow. One citizen gave $100 tor the support of a child in school o.?ri ji.:, i ... ....... I . o.ou tuib anei noon at tne Makiki base- for .four years. A counle of rvthpr ball grounds. The first League same have given liberally. A number of will be played. The contestants will be Ia(Iies have become sufficiently inter GKEO. II. IIUDDY, D.D.S. erywhere and we give careful attention tion of paper money on hand. In, the to all customers, no matter wTipta thn rpkirf! Q"f- machine may have been purchased, unuoti You wlll De dealing with the ieading FORT STREET, OPPOSITE CATHO- company in the sewing machine busi- LIC MISSION. Hours: From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. M. WACHS. Dentist. University of California. Beretanla near Fort street. Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. zn. count Mr. Spalding at the Spreckels uanK, xouna a counterfeit $20 note and Clarence Cocke at the Bank of Ha waii found a $5 bill that had been "raised" to a $20. There were no other reports of counterfeits or changes ine $10 note is a poor and cheap piece of work. The reverse is inverted. The numbers are in black instead of The City Carriage Company possess red. The signature of Registrar Ash- ness, having an unequalled experience and an unrivalled reputation the strongest guarantee of excellence. Sold on easy payments. Repairing done. B. BERGERSEN. AeenL 1GV2 Bethel Street, Honolulu. C. L. GARVIN, M.D. 537 King street, only first-class hacks and employ only careful, steady drivers. Carriages at all hours. Telephone 113. , JOHN S. ANDRADE. Office No. Punchbowl. Hours S:30 to 11 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone No. 44S. THE HONOLULU SANITARIUM. 1082 KING ST. A quiet home-like place, where train ed nurses, massage, "Swedish move- . ments," baths, electricity and physical training may be obtained. P. S. KELLOGG, M.D., Telephone 639. , Supt. CIIAS. F. PETERSON, Attorney at Law. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 15 Kaahumanu St. LYLE A. DICKJSY, Attorney at Law. 14 KAAHUMANU STREET. Telephone, C82. WIL.L,TAM C. PAItKE, Attorney at Law. AND- AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG MENTS. Office: Kaahumanu St., Honolulu. O. G. TIIAPIIAGEX, ARCHITECT. GUIDE THROUGH HAWAII. PRICE, COc. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. TOURISTS' FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. 215 Merchant St. HAWAIIAN CURIOS Leis, Kapa, Niihau Mats, Calabashes, Idols, Fans, Shells, Seeds, etc., etc. SAMOAN TAPAS, Carre d Emu Eggs, Hula Drums, Gourds, etc., etc. Point Lace Handkerchiefs, Doylies, Fayal work and Hawaiian D0II3. Telephone 659. DR. GEO. J. AUGUR. Homcepatiiic Practitioner Surgeon. and Special attention Given to Chronic Diseases. Richards street, near Hawaiian hotel. Office and Residence the same. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 4 p. m.; 7 to s p. m. Sundays 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. Telephone 733. M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS. Wholesale Grocers and Dealers in Leather and Shoe Findings. 223 Merchant Street between Fort and Alakea. Telephone 734. Honolulu, H. I. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. Agents Honolulu Soaii Works Companv and Honolulu Tannery. LESSONS ON CORNET. Genera coifti flaenis, Cor. Fort and Queen Sts., : Honolulu. Consolidaied Soda ifoler Foiks Co., LIMITED Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Fort Sts. The undersigned will give lessons on the Cornet to a limited number of pu pils. Individual Instruction. For terms apply to C. KREUTER, Music Dept. Wall, Nichols Co. All Kinds of Boats Built to Order. BOLLISTER & CO.. - - AGENTS. P. 0. Box 480 1 Telephone 478 New and FIrst-Claas SECOND-HAND FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASIL Highest Cash Price paid for 8econd-Hand Furniture at Corner King and Nuuanu Streets. 23. AAS. LEDERER. CHAS. D. WALKER. 692 KING ST. ley, which on the genuine money is stamped in purple, is black on the bad bill. The signature of Mr. Damon, Minister of Finance, is made with a quill on the real money and on the copy is too smooth. Much, cf the de tail of 'the engraving is blurred and the blue of the reverse is badly faded. The $20 note is a much "better coun terfeit than the ?10, and Mr. J. O. Car ter, Jr., cf Bishop's and others were loth to believe that it was not genuine. There is no turning of the reverse and the numbering is in red. The red is made by stamping over the black cf the reproduction with a numbering machine or tracing with a pen. The ! red is too bright and the figures are made too heavy. The fine detail line particularly about the large 20 at the corners on the reverse are indistinct With both the $10 and the $20 the paper is of a quality softer than the genuine. With moistened fingers the difference can be felt. Most cf the printing in both of the notes shows very well and the job lot figures of the designs stand out little less boldly than in the originals. The counterfeit notes are nothing more nor less than photographs, and J. J. Williams pronounces the work excellent. Mr. Williams, as well as Mr. Abel say at once that the work is from the Orient. Mr. Abel believes it is Japanese. Some chemical tests were made by Operator Weatherwax at Wil liam?' studio. After this it was the opinion of the experts that the paper was not from the United States. There are various theories as to the amount of the bad money in the country and the length cf time it has been in cir culation. Marshal Brown will investi gate carefully. A Chinese merchant brought the $10 counterfeit to Hyman Bros. The Chi nese said, after looking the matter up. that his partner had only the day before given a haole silver for the note. This is "believed, as the Chinese are both reliable and honest men. Mr. Spalding, at Spreckels' bank, said that the $20 photograph could not have been on hand more than a week. He thought that it had been accepted within a day or two and was under the impression that it came in with a quantity of other currency. The "raised" bill at the Bank of Ha waii is doubtless from the camp of the photograhing counterfeiters, but is an article that in the spurious money line stands by i:self. A good $5 note was the ground work and the chief piece of the structure. Eleven changes had been made in it. There were seven Tastings on the obverse and four on the reverse. The figures and words for the pasting were cut from a $20 similar to the one at the Spreckels' bank. The work would be called by the secret service in the States verv i the Unions and Honolulus. The only other team in the organization this year is the Regiment nine. Those who! Governor is a Spaniard and a Spanish nave watched the practice and who warship is always present at the place, konw something of the men aver that ested to form groups to support one child or more at a cost of $25 a year. Mohican Measles. This is the fourth day without a case of measles on the U. S. Training T hfl missinna.nps haTo trip.r1 VinrH tn ii Porriivivr, i tt . . I - " - w . v iuv xiCKiiucii La 1 1 1 1 1 11 iiwiii iiq '1 T-r 'i nnuT I ri-. -.- i ... . jrain oeonle over, but thev aro verv , . . omp lonican, ana it is said by the much handicapped. iy matcnea. out maintain that it physicians that mild epidemic has run Henry Nanape, a very high chief, is " " ,mj cessao to considerably its course. Word from the Oimra-ntln- a devout convert and through him the I strengthen the Union club before it Station yesterday was to the effect that missionaries expect to do much good, can rank with the other two. Manager tnere had been a total of twelve cases Tl! a 1 . I l 1 ....... . .. ms lcnuence is great ana nis eauca- Goudie Mid -r.f h iinmn, ,.0,t,in I ana mat an or tne patients were well that he ha.no-,-,, great .mprovement ho .be m win ui in uoiu inaiviauai ana team work back to the Mohican in a day or two during the last ten days and that he had high hopes for the organization tion abroad places him in an excellent position. VANITY FAIR. THEY HAVE FUN. Some Items Concerning City So- He exPects. as the season progresses, to aeveiop and enlist more talent. Mr. ciety People. 'Mrs. W. G. Irwin will give a luncheon on Thursday, complimentary to Mrs. I vers, of San Francisco. Miss Pauahi Judd gave an after noon tea on Thursday. Invitations are out for a reception and dance at the home iof Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glade, Kauai on April 30. Mr. Glade has chartered a special steamer to convey the Honolulu guests to Kau ai and back. Mrs. John S. Walker gave a pretty luncheon at her King street home yes terday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Wil- Goudie gives the assurance that his I team will not spoil the season, as many Amateur Minstrels at Residence of W. A. Howcn. There was an amateur theatrical per- ,v. vu. unxuu pikers are f0rmance at the residence of W. A. ail hard working men, most of them Bowen in Makiki last 'evening. Some being in the employ of the Road Board. co friends of the family were present x- ullUwms me nne-up ror tne game and thorouchlv en laved t.h fun ThP this afternoon: I o mond Coan, Fred Lowrey, Sherwood lis, lb; Koki, 2b; Ahia, 3b; Thompson, Lowrey, Miss Lowrey, Beatrice Ca3tle, ss; C. Holt, If; Kaanoi, cf; Pahau, rf. Clarence an1 Elfe Peterson and Bur- Substitutes Tom Prise and Tovo Jack- ine program consisted or plantation songs and melodies, solos, conundrunus. Union M. K. Silva, p; Sebastian, c; miock reading and arithmetic lesson. son. liam G. Irwin. The decorations werePL V. Souza, lb;'M. Gomes, 2b; A. Dun- u concluded with a genuine, old time southern oake-walk, rendered in true darkey fashion. George Kennedy carried off the cake. The evening's entertainment closed with an expressive and touching rendi tion of Hawaii Pcnoi by the band of whistles, tin-horns, drums and piano. yellow. The ladies present included: Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Ivers, Mrs. Haywood, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Winterhalter, Mrs. C. Judd, Mrs. M. C. Widdifield, Mrs. Swan- zy, :Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. Paul Neumann and Mrs. Nichols, wife of Captain Nichols. -mmmm On the Railway. President Dillingham had over the line of the Oahu Railway to Kaena Point yesterday a distinguished party, including President Dole. Especial in terest was attached to passage over the extension beyond Waianae. This new portion of the road was found to be well built. Wilson and Whitehouse, the success ful young railwaycontractors, finished entirely yesterday their .work for the railway company between Waianae and Kaena Point. All their men and most of their outfit will be brought to Ho nolulu today. can, 3b; J. Akina, ss; M. S. Souza, If; J. Stone, cf; A. Rosa, rf. Substitutes Geo. Karratti, J. Bental, Joe Tavash. M. K. Silva is can-tain of the Union team and Jas. Thompson of the Hono lulus. Manuka, a member of the Ho nolulu team, will not be able to play for a couple of weeks yet. The Honolulu uniforms were receiv ed by the Zealandia and are blue and white. The Union clothes .were made here and are blue and maroon. The Regiment colors are black and white. CYCLING. The lessees of Cyclomere have de- Band Concerts. The band will play as usual in Emma Square at 4:30 p. m. today. The fol lowing program has been arranged: Overture Forest Murmuring Bouillon Fantasia Dance on the Green Ellenberg cided to open the track for racing on Selection Siege of Rcohelle Balfe Saturday evening, the 23d, if light can March The Pride Elect fnew)..Sousa Flags to Float. At Peterson & Hobrcn's bicycle agen cy and sporting goods store there is be furnished from the Government S.a tion in the valley. Mr. Buck, the super mtendent, will make every effort to supply Manager Murray and ihis col leagues and the riders and the public with the current. Everything now de pends on this one matter. All the pro fessionals are in trim and most of the amateurs are taking a sharp interest in the meet. Later there will be pro fessional and amateur talent from the Coast. When the track is ocened asrain ht now on display selections from a large invoice of American flags, any regula- one week from tonight, if the li nun size. Sam Lederer, of the IXL store, wish es it especially stated that he has on hand a large stock of American flags of all sizes, barring 'odd numbers like "10x10." Government is Exempt. The Supreme Court has rendered the unanimous decision that when the Government makes a deed of property the purchaser must provide the stamps required to be attached before record ing. This was in the case of E. C. Mac farlane vs. the Republic of Hawaii, and the transaction was the sale of the Hawaiian Hotel for $40,000, the deed requiring stamps to cost $184. crude, but really would not be detected Coal to Burn. The Inter-Island company denies the report published by one of the after noon papers, to the effect that its sup ply of coal has run short. This may be true of other coal holding companies of the city, but not of the Inter-Island company, which have 0,000 tons on hand and ready to be disposed of. NOVELTY latest Parisian in the ordinary course -cf business un l?s counterfeits or "raised" pieces were expectpd or known to be in cir culation. It is the judgment of some of the authorities and money men that the ket. Every conceivable color and com- spurious bills are from the other isl- can be had, the Honolulu patrons of the sport will see a kind of racing differing materially from the brand furnished heretofore on the course. All scratch races will be paced by tandem. This insures going at good speed from start to finish. The big number on the card for the firsJt night is the three-cornered match between Damoxi, King and Henry Giles, the leading amateurs. This will be a battle royal, as the men are of about the same quality. At one time Damon was the recognized chief. Then Giles be gan to train on and made some fine wins. Lately King has been riding in surprising form. In the other amateur races the crack men of the match will have to contend with Ludloff, who has improved very much since the last racing. CRICKET. There will be a cricket match at 2 o'clock this afternoon on the Makiki recreation grounds. The teams will be captained by Dr. H. V. Murray and .Mr, R. A. Jordan, the president and vice-president of the Honolulu Cricket Club. The nlavers are asked to bo prompt in turning out. Dr. Murray's 1 XT. Prince David, Rev. V. H. Kircat, ; Dr. Walters, Dr. Campbell, Dr. Wed dick, and Messrs. Norton, Barrett, S. Waltz Mademoiselle Folette. Fa.hr bach Galop The Cyclist Kugler Hawaii Ponoi. The concert at Makee Island Sunday afternoon will be composed of the fol lowing selections: . PART I. The Old Hundred. Overture Semiramide Rossini Ballad The Last Watch Pinsuti Finale Lohengrin Wagner Reminiscences of Mendelssohn Godfrey PART II. Cornet Solo The song you sang to me Molloy Mr. Charles Kreuter. Grand Nautical Fantasia Tne Fly ing Squauron (new) Kappey Fantasia Hungarian Brahms Overture La Dame Blanche. .Brieldieu Hawaii Ponoi. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. CRISP PARISIAN Gren a bandes. the craze in dress ironds for summer, street ' P. Woods. Wright, Catton. Irishman, and evening wear. Lightest and hand- j Harvey, Stanley and A. St. M. Mackin- somest goods ever placed cn the mar- , tonsh. ands. where they might circulate for R. A. Jordan s XI. Prince Cupid, bination of colors and figures. To be Rev. F. Lane, Dr. I'aget, uv. lium had only at L. B. Kerr's, Queen street, phreys, and Messrs. Brasch, Sloggett, mm 1P Absolute! Puro BOVAt &K5 POWTJFR CO.. KWVO.