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VOL. XXX., NO. 5294
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. Q. WOOD.
.ATTORNEY AT LAW. HONOLULU
Address: Care of F. D. Greanv.
Boston address: Rooms C8 and G9
Smith building, No. 15 Court
Square.
A. L. C. ATKINSON.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OFFICE: COR
ner King and Bethel Streets, (up
stairs). DR. C. B. HIGH.
DENTIST. PHILADELPHIA DENT-
al College 1892. Masonic Temple
Telephone 318.
DR. A. GORDON HODGINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE 548 FORT
Street. Office Hours: 9 to 11; 2
to 4, 7 to 8. Telephone 953.
DR. A. C. WALL DR. 0. E. WALL.
DENTIST OFFICE HOURS: 8 AM.
to 4 p. m. Love Building, Fort
street.
M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S.
DENTIST 98 HOTEL STREET, Ho
nolulu. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to
4 p.m.
GEO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S.
DENTIST FORT STREET, OPPO-
site Catholic Mission. Hours:
From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET, OPPOSITE
Hawaiian Hotel. Office Hours: 8
to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 d. in .: 7 to 8 n.
m. Sundays: 8 to 10 a. m. Tele
phone 610. P. O. Box 501.
DR. I. MORI.
S BERETANIA ST., BETWEEN
Emma and Fort. Telephone 277;
P. O. Box 843. Office hours; 9 to
12 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays,
9 to 12 a. m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR.
-413 KING ST., NEXT TO THE OPERA
Housfl. Office hours: 9 to 10 a. m.;
1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays:
12 m. to 2 p. m. Telephone 741.
C. L. GARVIN, M. D.
OFFICE No. 537 KING STREET,
near Punchbowl. Hours: 9:00 to
12:00 a. m., 7:00 to 8:00 p. m.
Telephone No. 448.
T. B. CLAPHAM.
"VETERINARY SURGEON AND DEN
tlat. Office: Hotel Stables. Calls,
day or nlgTit, promptly answered.
Specialties: Obstetrics and Lame
aen CATHCARTj& PARKE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. HAVE
moved, their law offices to the Judd
block. Rooms 30S-309.
F. M. BROOKS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, (FORT AND
Hotel Streets). Over Fairchid'e
Shoe Store, Honolulu, H. I.
LORRIN ANDREWS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE
with Thurston Sc Carter, Merchant
street, next to postoffice.
FRANCIS J. BERRY.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Law. Will practice in the U. S.
Federal and State Courts. Pro
gress Block, corner Beretanla and
Fort Streets, rooms 5 and 6.
W. C. Achl. Enoch Johnson.
ACHI & JOHNSON.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
at Law. Office No. 10 West King
Street. Telephone 884.
CHAS. F. PETERSON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public. 15 KaaTiumanu Street.
LYLE A. DICKEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public King and Bethel Streets.
Telephone 806. P. O. Box 786.
J. M. KANEAKUA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Law. Office: In the Occidental
Hotel, corner of King and A'akea
Streets, Honolulu.
P. SILVA.
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG
meats to Instruments, District of
Kona, Oahu. At W. C. Achi's of
fice. King Street, near Nuuann.
HONOLULU,
T. McCANTS STEWART.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Law, Progress Block, opposite
Catholic Church, Fort street, Ho
nolulu, H. I. Telephone 1122.
T. D. BEASLEY.
DRAUGHTSMAN. PLANTATION
and Topographical Maps a Special
ty. Room 306, Judd Building, Tel
ephone 633.
DR. T0MIZ0 KATSUNUMA.
VETERINARY SURGEON. SKIN
Disease of all kinds a specialty.
Office: Room 11, Spreckels Build
ing. Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone
474. Residence Telephone 1093.
DR. A. C. POSEY.
SPECIALIST FOR EYE, EAR.
THROAT AND NOSE DISEASES
AND CATARRH. Masonic Temple.
Hours: 8 to 12 a. m; 1 to 4 and 7
to 8 p. m.
T. MITAMURA, M. D.
CONSULTING ROOMS, 427 NUUANU
Street, P. O. Box 842. Telephone
132. Residence, 524 Nuuanu Street.
Cottage Hospital, 530 Nuuanu
Street. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
6 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2 to 6 p. ni.
MISS F. WASHBURN.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND
Typewriter. Office: Room 202, Judd
Building. Telephone 1086.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
C. J. FALK.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. MEM
ber Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301 Judd Building.
" A. J. CAMPBELL
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. OF
fice Queen street, opposite Union
Feed Co.
WM. T. PATY.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. GOOD
work. Reasonable Prices. Res
idence 720 Fort Street.
0. G. TRAPHAGEN.
ARCHITECT 223 MERCHANT ST..
Between Fort and Alakea. Tele
phone 734. Honolulu, H
JAMES T. TAYLOB, M. BE SOC. C. f.
CONSULTING HYDRAULIC ENGI
neer. 306 Judd Block, Honolulu,
H. I.
BURIIETTE & CO.
STOCK AND CUSTOM HOUSE BROK-
ers. Real Estate and General
Agents. Office 639 King street,
near Alakea. P. O. Box 262. Tele
phone 641.
AIIIIIS MONTAGUE TURNER.
Remaining in Honolulu for a few-
months will take a limited number of
pupils for
VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
Terms by the lesson or month. Com
mencing on and after the 10th of July.
"MIGNON,"
720 Beretania Street, Honolulu.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL.
Love's Huildiiiff: Fort St.
PIANO, ORGAN. VOICE PRODUC-
tion, Singing and Harmony.
Especial attention paid to muscular
control, touch and musical analysis.
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.
215 Merchant St.
PER "MORNING STAR," FROM
Micronesia, Hibiscus and Banana At
wicks, belts, spears, war clubs, shells,
ivory nuts, and tortoise shells, as well
as the best assortment of Hawaiian
curios in town. Tel. 659
HONOLULU SANITARIUM.
10S2 KING STREET.
Telephone 639.
Dr. Luella S. Cleveland, medical sup
erintendent. Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Methods of Battle Creek, Michigan.
Sanitarium. Baths of every descrip
tion. Trained nurses in bath rooms as
well as in sick room. Massage and
manual movements. Electricity In
every form. Classified dietary, etc.
Ample facilities for thorough examin
ation. Dr. C. L. Garvin, consulting
physician and surgeon.
S. E. LUCAS, Parisian Optician.!
LOVE BUILDING, FORT STREET;
Upstairs; P. O. Box 351. I carry
a full line of ALL KINDS OF
GLASSES from the CHEAPEST
to the BEST. Free Examination
of the Eyes.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. WEDNKSA Y, JULY 2o. 19. -TWELVK PACKS.
COMING REGATTA
HealaDi and Mvrtle Crews GeI -
tiDE in Racing Trim.
LEILANI'S NOT III IT THIS YEAR
Prospects Favor the Healanls for
Both the Biff Events Ta ks
With Both Clubs.
Racing talk outside the club mem
bership has it that the Healanis have
both the senior and junior events al
most to a certainty in the coming re-
gatta. which takes place on the second
Saturday of Sept
rtember, over the usual j
se. The feeling in the
Pearl City course
ciubs. however, is more reticent. Works became stuck. Before, the ex
"Mum's the word are the ironclad tra teams arrived vehicles of all de
orders given to the members of the He- scriptions were lined up on Fort and
alani Club and they are nearly all as
dumb as oysters about their prospects.
One exception was found, however,
who consented to talk after exacting
about seven kinds of oaths from the
reporter that his name should not be
mentioned in connection with the mat
ter. "It is just this way," lie said. "We
think we have a sure thing on both
races, but Captain Klebahn is working!
threo or four crews for all there is in affair. Everyone will want to hear
them, just as though the prospers Annis Montague Turner, the Hawaiian
were no better than they were this nightingale, who is down for two num
time last year. You know wo won bers. Mrs. .las. V. Bergstroni will n
both senior and junior events then as,troduce herself in a recitation. Mr.
well as the free-for-all in tho Harbor' J. B. O'Sullivan with his fine baritone
regatta the week after. Captain Kle-j voice will give now songs including
balm's magnificent work with our i an Irisdi nr.. Mr. .1. T. Irvine, a new
crews last year lias won him the en-! comer, is down for a tenor wd i.
tire confidence, and what is better the ! Something entirely new here will le a
entire support, of the whole club. There ' double bass solo by Mr. CSeorge Brand,
is a belter feeling in tno club than j who is a finished performer on that
ever before, and every man in it seems . instrument. The orchestra contribute
to be doing Ills level best for the club's four new numbers. What mor ciuld
welfare. AVe are out of debt, thanks One want for fifty cents? Tickets are
to the splendid management of our of- on s ileal all the leading stores. Ih:it
fleers and directors, all non-paying ' forget the orchestra ami what It has
members 'have been weeded out, and,
our financial matters are now in good
shape. You may say that the club as
a whole has made up its mind to win
everything in sight. We are not sup
posed to do any talking, but simply to
saw wood and keep at it.
"Our crews are not made up. or. if
they are, no one but Captain Klebahn
knows it, and he won't say. As near
as I can tell from tho present outlook
the senior crew will be composed of
F. W. Klebahn, stroke; Dan Renear,
No. 3; F. J. Church. No. 2, and Fred
W. Damon, bow. It is pretty well un
derstood that those four men will car
ry the Healani colors to the front in
the September events. The junior
crew is not picked out. though you
may say we have two crews in train
ing and plenty of good material to
draw on. Much depends on whether
Paul Jarrett, Jr., who has been laid
up with a spell of typhoid fever. Is able
to row and stand the training inciden
tal to boat-racing. The c'.ub heaved a
big sigh of relief when Johnny Water
house returned from the Coast the oth
er day. Then again, there Is C. Baisse.
the foreman of the Advertiser press
room. Say! What's the matter with
you Advertiser people that you don't
give him time to practice with us.
Charley Murray is another man we de
pend on, and there's Jack Atkinson. A.
W. Webster and Medeira and Irwin
and others to draw on it necessary.
"Captain Klebahn seems to be doing
a good deal of thinking by the way he
is shifting the men around and bring
ing out what is In them. You'll see
some good rowing this year. And we've
got Charley Reynolds for coxswain,
too. Charley's small but he's all riht.
Maurice Damon, our old coxswain left
on the last Australia, you know, to gj
to college."
Over in the Myrtle quarters a differ
ent feeling seems to prevail and mat
ters are very much at sixes and sev
ens as yet. A prominent member of
the club said:
"I don't like to say it. but the Myr
ties are not in good shape now; they"1"? n,nv H" of lumber proj-its four
... . . Inches, actual measurement. aNive the
are not pulling together as they ought. rftfl of ho walk making It a m,nar,
to. Matters may improve now after to safety. Anyone walking along It
the election of a new captain. Ruby very liable to stumble n. r tills; t.b-
Dexter is back again and has taken Mruction. The railing is n u.-ak that
hold with his old-time vim. and al- Jf h " 1,,'rh f'1 ;'
, , . , , .be would probably fid himself in the
ready his coming has caused renewed uaU,r Tno wh(ilf, s n ro.
I interest and a new order of things may pair.
prevail in a week r two. IIowt. I
hardly think tin Mr: i:i win eith
er rv.-ni ;;:il-.-vs by a fluke.
"The crows, as nearly as car. be
judged :imv. will be It. A. lvx;. r. T.
:f;h' - iM, - M - ,w -
Sopor. W. I.yle and S. Johnson for the
juniors with young Giles for coxswain.
Come, around again in a couple of
weeks and may In the outlook for the
Myrtles wlJl have improved."
There will be no I.ilani crews in
this year's events. Recent bereave
ments have interfere! with the plans
of Princes Cupid and David, and it Is
too late to do anything this year. It
is understood that several plans are
in process of formation looking to
ward the injecting of new life into this
club nnd that already material assist
ance lias been tenders! it In prepara
tion for the events of 1 .
Streets ltlockcJ.
There was a temporary blockade of
! traffic -at Queen ami Fort streets yes
terday afternoon. Two large drays
loaded with machinery from the Iron
Quern streets for a block on each side
of the obstructions.
T 1 1 K A M AT i:U K O K C 1 1 KST It A.
Sonic of the Members for the Coin
ing Concert.
The concert by the Amateur Orches
tra next Tuesday evening at Progress
Hall bids fair to be a most successful
done in the past
CONTRACTOR'S ITCI.KKS.
Some Close Bidding on New HuilJ -inns
to he Put Up.
The following bids were opened yes
terday for the new office building for
Dr. Cooper: Lucas Bros.. $l.r.S0; Win.
Wagner. $I,I1S; Enterprise Mill. $1,
.V0; j. Ouderklrk, $1,303.
For the new cottage for Colonel O .
Macfarlane: J. A. Buttcrfield. $l.:oo;
Lucas Bros., $1,371; Wm. Wagner, $1.-
1S0; Fred Redward. $I.:7S; Enterprise
Mill Co.. $l.C7r.; II. F. Bertlcmann.
Repairing and renovations on the
Mutual Telephone C.s InilMing: En
terprise Mill Co.. $7o: l.ucas Bros..
$9II.
Koliala Plantation.
It was rcportt tl on 'Change yc.tirrd.-iy
that Charles M. Cooke has purchased
the controlling interest in the Kohali
plantation, having recently acquire I
the Waterhouse and Mo:t-mllh es
tate. Slock in Kohala plantation Is a
very handy thing to have in the hoa
as it is an excellent preventive of cold
feet and other kindred diseases causal
by standing around and doing nothing
but watch stock quotations drop day
by day. Kohala. stock is steadily quo
ted at Sir.O. It pays a regular divi
dend of 1 per cent ?r month, with an
occasional extra one of 10 or per
cent more, just to Jolly the stockhold
ers a little. There are even rumors
abroad that lfore the end of this sea
son an extraordinary dividend of
per cent will be declared.
The King Street ItriJge.
Some time as attention was tailed
by this paper to a piece of pwr re
pair work on the King street bridce.
One of the old lards whhh had st;c
cumbe.l to the ravages of time bad
been taken up and replaced by a lg.
HORRIBLE STORY
Told by a Ycqds Chinese B-jj
Qaarailiee.
, .
TWO SISTERS SOLD AS SLAVES
Ani fbc FaiaUy llosie Mon4cl t lt
Mooc to Pjy Ur A Wonh
' less Pcrnit.
Sonie horrible :rirjk come teat fnz':,:,on
the examination of Immigrant at the
quarantine Nation. Here i one.
vouchcil for by a gentleman whte a id
eation makes him familiar with -ich
things.
On one of the recent t earner re
turning from China wa an intelligent-looking
Chinese boy, who present
ed a return permit in tho uvaal form.
He was examinel to iee If hi anwcr
to questions tallle with the fact e:
forth in the permit. He answered all
question readily, but accidentally Jet
nllp the fact that hi ather wan In
Honolulu. Now on the permit It wa-
plainly stateil that the Ikjt's father wan
residing in Hongkong. TJii dljscov
ery was at once noticed by the exam
ining officer, and more questions put
to him to his great confiiAlon. Final
ly he broke down, burst into tear anil
said he would tell the whole truth. He
said that his father lived in Honolulu
and be himself was lorn here. He bad
been sent to China at an early age and
had remained there with his mother
anil two sisters until his father Mmt
for him to Honolulu. ThU wa short
ly after the nes rrarhel Hongkong
that the Island had Wn annexed to
the Tnited State and that no Chinese
would ! allowed to land here. The
mother wa at her wit's end t find
ways and mean of sending the oy to
hi father in Hawaii, where h wa to
make hi fortune in a few year. She
finally heard of a return permit thtt
was for sale, the description and phc;t
graph on which would about her
son. Th price askrd by the agent
who had It for sale was 120 In gold.
To obtain tlii sum. an immense one
for a ior Chinese family, the mother
mortgage I tier little home and every
thing she had and actually o!d her
two daughter into slavery.
There was no question in the mind
of the oSIcial but that the boy wa
telling the truth and that if he trax
punished it would b for no fault of
hi own. Ib-side. tho examination
clearly showed that having In-en bora
here he waa entitled to land anyhow.
It was arrange,! that he should le ar
rested for attempting to land on a
f.irged ermit; that he sh.vild plead
guilty and that sentence should !e
suspended until Investigation miM
made at the Hongkong end.
ThU programme wa t irricd m-.i;.
and a late steamer bro-ight a complete
verification of hi story. It I only
since then that the fart have ! n
mad public. It I not likely that the
Iniy will ter ! ra'le 1 tm t' ,-r- 'at
any enten . but It is -.-n a:;.f.i - -
tion t know tliat step are
ken in Hongkong to mike the agent
tllgfirce the l-'i he fbtaineI from the;
lad's mother and to r-de-m the ;ai
girl from their life of slavery.
It i by such mean a the.- tint
cirl are purrhase.1 and ship;l to
these Inland at ilie fir.-t op;trfiai:y.
where they are .. !.! i t the brothel-k-cper
who wi:i pay the highest price,
in one of th.' Ykol.am.i pilars re
tei.l on the lat mall I an a.count
ttf the arrest of five young Japar,ee
women who managed to obtain pa.
l"irts by employing the name of cth-
r worn n. and att'-mptc-I to c-mbark
..a one lo yjjjp u w.Ag p.ui (hat
They were arretf-l by t.ie .ater l. .jrh (f lh nnff 2Jrf..orjj an
lire of Yokohama. The women who, effort to eyrc at leat fire uew mem
!e:.t their nam for ue on the ji.- !--r lefore th next meeting.
' V
3BS0LU7ELV
Makes the food mere dcltcicus end hafrLSome
PKICK FIVE CENTH.
;r: an ! :h. t-ni5:rirj: jpany ua
d r who a-j :!:-y u re to to
I ;;! to II oo'. il i ar to pmr
t ited by the Ja;in-v. g.t-ranit.
And :. In ;;: f th sit m-atrhful
Z
b a ti:!i trt'Je tnU
ill fl'rjriUic.
New Athletic ClluK
Kcr:hiag look pr;mifing for tat?
! member already x upon It th
; .,, mrfnp
!;:. It I generally ackn tmlexjgrd
that :u!i an organisation .hoald a-
, V,y na'1 a Iranra: fo la thU
rity. The first racing will protimbly
j held mhk' time nt kyL la the
meantime ail the prelim in ir arranx-
mentji are leing m;'oiel o that
nothing illl hlaJer Immeliatc organ 1-
OflT for a Vacatmn.
!. I- Sam?wja fccrman tf the
Caxctte tiindcry, -xpr: to gr away
for the cujt on the W. II. Dimond In
a few dayw, where he will rend hU
vacation of lateral math, ilr.
Simwa entertained a number of lady
friend at an Ice cream party lxat
evening.
FIRST AMIIHICAN IIA.NKi
Will Open It lmin Soon After
the Peking Keturu.
Contractor Trcd Harris jn hx com
menced work on the au!i for the
Firl American Iank. and the Ulc par
tition Kho-ild U up within two we?k.
The lunk furniture has In-a already
tmlerf! by Cashier Cojp-r and is be
ing manufactured la this city, ll is
expected the room will be in condition
to uc for orSce purK' within fifteen
day.
As nearly a ran b- ajcertalnc!, tbc
bank will o;-n it dor for buine
aliout Attgii).t ltih, whith will Ik? a
day or two after lh arrival eJ the
City of Poking, which is cpectil to
bring tz.t In g!d from Sjin Kraa
clseo for the tiv tf th bank.
The ) per cent aies.fcnieat due on
July Z'Kli from !oca3 tockaoldc-rJ U
pn-tty much all paid la. As that date
fall on a Sunday Klorkbo'der are so
lifietl that the amount muU te paid
cn Sit unlay, the :h. It 1 under
stood no more a Moments are in bo
called In until the bank obtains Us
charter from the t'nlted State and re
organize a the Kir.t National Uank
of Hawaii.
com: to KOIIAI.A.
To AttctiJ the .MclIrxJc - IfioJ
WcJJins.
Char! M. Cork aad Hi IK Tenney
left for Kohala today on bu.Ines and
pleasure rrimMn-I. Ijring their tajr
they will lnpect iho Kohala planta
tion and b!m attend the weeding of
iKiuglas. Mcllrykl" and 241. Molli
Hind, which S So take jdar m tbr
rlh. T!.e newly marre1 vrj;Je will
rturn by the Kinau and afterwards
go to Kiuii for a h rt I1L On re
turning : H t- t'i! i will orrtjpy
the . I.i f rex'denr-, whvh ha re
r:ly . i p if !9im A by ta" crijom.
!h.ngc of Program.
- mil :be ijvyji raM-week
.f prrram the Or;.b-:ra to
T!.e f.;--nir.g skit will b5
i 11'
!.t-j!.an
-?.fght.
- fr;!a!.ej IV.:r ith Jira Post
t:.e ti-w l.ir !r. Pj.t nd Marion
apj-ar a1 lflih kmcIIk In a
k't'h. toggi ar.d Mii Hac
aJ1 U- n In a patheiir Kt-ce,
!iitte. .tat:." Tm-n will Je-
;- tnh hi er trick". The rxe-
. !!? will all char.ee r atr.
1 he lltoiUccptr-. Ia;igiic
Ways and mean of ralir.g nanry
and Increasing rambership wcxt dl
cu.el at yetr r.!ay'i me-ting of the
Houo-keepexV I'ag'je. The mailer of
fund was laid our until the annnal
meeting In Sepiemler. and in regard
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