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1 9 &JV LetYe Forget T mm nllve attending f 3tl), KKTTK matter M-i- in Jot down in your "Miino" Hook tli? Tact Have Hoved to permanent quarters, Rooms 2 of th? LEXNDER YOUNG BULD-N- TELEPHONE MN l0 n addition to REL EST TM have oihithml a HlHCtL DEPRTMENT dcvord exclusively to EXPERT C- COUNTNG ami have a ce of reliable accountants always at h f you havent tlmt- - to call on me, Just drop me v line, p O Box 23, nnd ll call m r"i Expert ccountant, lenl Estate Financial gent J)ccorn(ion Pay Notice The Womans Exchange s prepared to fill nil orders ferns, cut flowers, floral designs promptly at cheap prices Call at Hotel street, next to Benson & Smiths Fire nsurance! THE B F DLLNGHM CO, LMTED,, General gents Hawaii Xtbifl ssurance Company of London Phoenix ssurance Company of Lun-do- a JTew York Underwriters gency Providence Washington nsurance Owiipany Phoiintx nsurance Company of Brooklyn lbert Raas, Hanager nsurance Department office Fourth S7oor, Stangeuwald Building jj EQUESTRN P 0 L 0 : GOODS The flpe,st assortment of both HSfDU Und MERCN Polo SEallets Balls ever shown to ihls city LVTED Phone Main 37 j ittv it V T Mi, li NT Wm O trnln Pane 5 Probate Ndtli lrp 5 Mot r Jiilltd ll Meat N! 2 Morgan Page 8 Oiihu Sugnr Co Page S N S Sarhx Dry Hood Co Page 5 Meeting Notice Page 5 NEWS N NUTSHELL PariiKniphs That (Jlvo Coutlenscil Nowh of tho Day THE WETHER Wear Hurenu, unahou, p m Wind light norast; wear clear Morning minimum temperature, 67; midday maximum temperature, S2; barometer, 9 n m, 300 steady (corrected gravity); rainfall, 24 hours ending 9 a m, 03; dew point, 9 a m 65; humidity 9 n m, 05 per cent probate notice s published n this ssue cottage s rent Classified column Department of Public Works advertises sealed tenders Oahu Sugar publishes a notice to stockholders in this issue Wm a rwin & Co, have a notice to Sierra passengers n this ssue High tide today nt :53 p m; tomorrow nt :45 a hi, 2:33 p in Kerrs temporary premises, Fort Queen streets, open tonight shoe sale The Treasurer has a notice n this ssue of nterest to eign corporations The wooden building on Fort street near Vineyard will he sold at auction on Monday Janvs F Morgan wll hold an auction sale of groceries general merchise next Tuesday Rev Far Coleman will lecture on Monday night "rish Music Song" will be subject The sanitary nspectors during month of May made 4,783 nspections, reported 2,09 nuisances abated The House this morning added to unpaid bills act, on third reading, an tem of $2,000 expenses of L Commissioner E S Boyds trip to Cable ddress "RMTGE" 9S3 Washington The tem was not placed Catalogue cuts, maps portraits, autographs emblems to make rubber n which Kantho led opposition to n bill without a warm discussion, rry Mtap, stamps made by Harry Roberts P O tem He claimed that money Box SG Palama had been llegally spent, as thre wasno The annual meeting of Pacific appropriation t, objected to L mprovement Co will be making up amounts spent unlawfully STOCK ND held on Monday June S, at 7:30 a m, n such ways by executive department Lewis Long spoke in favor BOND BROKER at olllce of company, Fresh frozen oysters sell at 65c pet of tem t was approved by a tin at Metropolitan Meat Co This s vote of 4 to ten Kember Honolulu Stock Bond Exchange n reduction of 35c n past month Crystal Springs butter at 35c lb The Fish nspector reporls that during Office, Campbell Block, HS Merchant Street month of May he examined 265,77 Honolulu, T H fish condemned,485 The (Telephone Main, 0 meat nspector examined 2596 carcasses P O Box 083 condemned one PPER The annual meeting of stockholders of The First merican Savings & Correspondents San Francisco, Chicago New York Stock Bond Trust Co, will be held on Wednesday, TSjl Exchanges July Dally San Franclcso quotations re- - Business election of officers NET LTTLE WEEKLY PUBLSH directors ED EVERY FRDY EORD Such a profusion of elegant styles n summer hats races at Sachs ML STEMSHP Ladles trimmed liats shirt wnlst hats, Childrens trimmed hats rolling brim sailors in snappy up to date styles The city physician reports that during month of May Jie visited 64 patients, sent 2 to hospital, treated 3 at office, filled 35 prescriptions The attention of lovers of plants, palms ferns is called a snle which will take place next Wednesday morning at residence of imrs F J Lowrey, Victoria Lunalllo streets For particulars see "Morgans column t St ndrews Cadral music will be in part same as that rendered last Sunday, service of Dyke n F The Bishop will preach n morning sermon will have special reference to day which s Trinity Sunday There will be special music at service at St Clements church tomorrow evening cordial invitation la extended to all The church s at corner of Wilder avenue Ma-kl- kl street, on Punahou line of Rapid Transit Mrs Fired Smith of Kapana House, mor of Mrs Mc- Donald, slipped on a mango skin on sidewalk or day, fell sustaining a severe sprain of arm She s a woman "8 years of age, her njuries are ree all more severe t is reported that Ewa mill will turn ou tthls year something over 34,000 tons This will be 4,000 over managers estimate They are doing better work n mill this year than ever bee The total losses will be less than has ever happened n a nine-roll- er mill The sports today nclude baseball at Oahu College at :30 3:30; cricket nt Makik at 2:30; polo at Kaplolanl Park at 3, boxing tournament Joe Millet vs Tom Mattox some interesting minor goes, at tho Orpheum in evening, Yacht club Fiesta this evening at Pelnsula Cable messages received by Superintendent Gaines from New York today state that a war ship which passed Midway May 4 reports every body well everything progressing satisfactorily t s supposed that this must n-glhave been mphrltlte la The sailed from Guam Midway, Colonla began laying Guam Midway section of cable, June 6 KNU RRVED TODY The steamer Klnau arrived at p m today from Hllo way ports She brought a good sized list of passengers nnd freight ncluding 5928 bags of Ono-me- a sugar 280 sheep She brought Carter Harrison, Dixie L False larm to compete n races next Thursday The Hllo company of THE HWN RELTY rife Ji feu!ltfaltffauk ifh, itottby, JtfNil 90, 0M, Xntlonnl Ghiarit did not come on th veeeel company li waiting oi ilem HONOMLU STOCK HXTHNOK Quotations Bid sked C Brewer & Co J 0000 Swa iioo Hawaiian grl Hawnllan Sugar 2S Honomu 07 M Honokaa,00 Knhuku 2200 Klhel Mcllryd 360 Oahu Sugar 0200 Onomea 24 R0 Ooknla 000 Olaa 7 B0 860 Olawalu 0250 Paauhau 800 Pacific Sugar Mill opeekeo 7500 Pioneer Mill Co Walalua grl 5000 Walluku Wnlmanalo 6500 Wilder S S Co nter-slan- d 300 Hawaiian Electric Co 0500 Ewa Plantation 6s 000 Oahu R &L Co Gi 0450 Oahu Plantation 6s 000 Walalua grl 6s 0025 Cahuku 6s 000 Pioneer Mill 6s 0000 FOR BOYDS TRP HOUSE VOTES TWO THOUSND FOR LND COMMSSONERS EX- PENSES T WSHNGTON Vlc-tbr- The S la S orangl arrived from Vancouver this morning about oclock She left Vancouver May 29 Victoria May 30 The vessel was a diy late sailing The delay was due to strike of laborers on Vancouver wharves The crew from vessel had to do double service as stevedores The vessel experienced smooth seas pleasant wear during voyage to this port t 8 p m of May 30, she passed ship Bardowie bound south This ship left Puget Sound May 2 South frica t p m June, merican bark Palmyra of Port Gamble was passed going northwest TheS S Moana was passed at :40 p m of June 4 Mrs Pfleuger daughter returned to Honolulu on orangl Mrs F J Church was also a returning passenger The vessel has rar a small list of through passengers "The orangl rgus" s name of a little paper that s published every Friday aboard vessel The paper s quite neatly gotten up t contains tems of personal interest to those aboard vessel, also has time tables general points of inmation benefit of passengers "How to Spend Four Hours n Honolulu" s title of one of articles The orangl s scheduled to sail at 5 v- - m today Suva, Brisbane Sydney BND CONCERT The Territorial B under direction of Captain Berger will play at Makee sl, Kaplolan Park, tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock The following la program: PRT "Old Hundred" Overture, "The Golden W" Laurendeau Gavotte, Fontalnebleau" (new) Vervell Gr Selection, "Providence", Fobanl Vocal Selection: Four Hawaiian Songs, PRT Selection, " Egyptian" Lulgrlnl Fantasia, "Rosita",,,Mlssud Entre ct, "Folles Bergeres", (new) imorttrt Selection "Popular irs" StronYberg "Star Spangled Banner,", Home Company ilolou Organized under laws of Territory of Hawaii, ND MTURTY CO, LTD Loans, Mortgages, Securities, nvestm ents Real Estate Home3 Built on nstallment Plan Home Office Mclntyre Building, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii Thi Hawaiian Rialfy Maturity Co L K KENTWELL, General Manager, UCTON SLE WOODEN LDC ON MONDY, JUNE 8, T 2 OCLOCK NOON On premises, Fort street, Just maukn of Vlneynrd street will sell at Public uction vooden dwelling house, toger with fencing, side wnlks, plumbing, etc, etc Terms cash, U S Gold coin JS F MORGN, UCTONEER UCTON SLE ON TUESDY, JUNE 9, T 0 OCLOCK M, t my salesroom, 42 Queen street, will sell at Public uction an immense big stock of absolutely new goods as follows: Pencils Penholders, Pencil Erasers, Taper Envelopes, Blotters, Rulers, Drawing Mending Cotton, Combs, Razor Straps, Shaving Toilet Soaps, Face Tooth Powder, Harmonicas, sorted Twine, Undergarments, Overshlrts, Canned Salmon, Pears, Plums, Salad Dresslng, Usplce, Ginger, Potted Chicken, Turkey, Ham, Tongue, Beef, Soaps, Sausages, Oysters, Lima ibeans, Lily Cornstarch, Nests of Baskets, Broom?, Etc, Etc t residence of Mrs F J Lowrey, corner of Lunalllo Victoria streets, will offer sale at public auction, some of choicest plants eve"r offered at a public sale n Honolulu Extra choice maiden hair hanging baskets great variety of fishtail or ferns large assortment of old choice palms in splendid condition Caladiums Drocenas Potted ferns Extra fine begonias nd many or beautiful leaf plants Of some re being very few duplicates n sls W W JS F MORGN UCTONEER KNG STREET Honolulu ron Works, STEM ENGNES, SUGR MLLS BOLERS, COOLERS, RON, BRSS ND LE CSTNGS Machinery of Every Description Mad to order Particular attention paid U Ships Blacksmlthlng Job Work Executed on Short Notice Keep n hot wear re s nothing so refreshing delicious as a glass of our soda Soda to be good must be made right, served right taste right There la a vast difference n quality People walk several blocks to get our soda Theres a reason t They are sure of a delicious beverage Newell Universal Mill Co Manufacturers of National Cane Shredder, not a lukewarm, slcklsh drink Ours Ne York N Y has vim, snap fizz that makes soda Parafllne Palut Company San Franclsca Cal popular F Ohlt & Co, San Francisco, CaL Our water ces seem to take popular fancy We serve a different one Francisco, Cal Pacific OU Transportation Co, San JS F MORGN, UCTONEER every day These are made from fresh S fruit UCTON SLE We have a large store large soda Ltd, counter Dont feel that you must hurry Make our store your Ferns Palms! headquarters when down town We have FCERS plenty of chairs Use m Use our H P BLDWN President Vice-Preside- J B CSTLE nt First telephone, leave your packages here W M LEXNDER 2d Vlce-Pre- st ON WEDNESDY, JUNE 0, while shopping Remember, we cordially nvite you to do this are GEORGE R CRTER udltoj J P COOKE Treasurer W O SMTH Secretary T--, 0 OCLOCK CM pleased when you make use of our store Dont Move H OBROH DRUGCO, Stores Twenty-fiv- e cents pays a Want ad n Star bargain until you have ordered one of our Furniture Drays We make removals of Furniture, Pianos, Baggage, Etc, from House to House," or store same in our brick warehouse T LOW RTES PacificTransfer Co 26 King Street, near Fort Street THS WEEK ONLY vail Yourself of The Opportnnity pecial Sale of Lamps ENTERTNMENT The mlola Dramatic club of Wala-kaml- lo will render ts Hawaiian hulls itableauv n Orpheum next Lamps leautiful ornamental, such that would improve appearance of your parlor at all times They will not leave you in Thursday June Tickets will be on sale June 9 at Orpheum H Huka, manager dark nor make you feel unhappy Want ads n Star cost but 25 cents Dimond DELERS N NECESSTES & Co, Ltd, HOUSEHOLD Cool Two HONOLULU, T H dd to Your Library at Little Cost This week we plnoe on sale tho tofr lowing sets of books by worlds best authors nt prices much less than youve ben used to paying: SET DCKENS Comploto n 5 volumes, elegantly bound n green gold Regular price $750 Sale price $3 85 SET DCKENS 5 volumes n less expensive binding Regular fcrtee $750 Sale price $575 SET RUSKN 3 volumes hsomely bound n cloth Regular price $600 Sale price $275 SET TENNYSON 0 Hy volumes Clo h bound, gilt tops Regular price $750 Sale price $585 SET DUMS 0 volumes n cloth New edition, illustrated Regular price $260 Sale price $975 NO ML ORDERS FLLED WLL, NCHOLS CO,, LTD, THE SFEST PLCE TO TRDE W 6 RWN & CO GENTS FOR Western Sugar Refining Co, San Francisco, Cal Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa Sugar Factors Commission rierchants GENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial Sugar Haiku Sugar Company, Pala Plantation Company, JNanmu sugar company, Klhel Plantation Company, Hawaiian RiiErnr Pnmnnnv Kahulul Railroad Company, ND Tho Catllornld Oriental Steamship Company Kemoval Notice Camara & Co Com-Dan- v HVE MOVED THER PLCE BUSNESS TO N E CORNER MERCHNT ND LKE STREETS, WHERE THEY WLL BE PLESED TO SEE THER OLD PTRONS S WELL S NEW Telephone Main 492 CREPE SHRTS large shipment of fine crepe shirts suitable cold wear have Just been received are on display in our window PRCES RESONBLE n city China, Cloisonne Satsuma Wares, Japanese Silks Curios S OZK, HOTEL STREET STORE 78 HOTEL STREET PHONE MN 87 T

2 r i! J THE HWN STR to-da- (lnyn Nons, y you cnn ml t n Koc-- Till! STR f you nnnt to Tho llinfnllnnrltnr pupor that t nto host liomen of Honolulu CLSSFED DS, THREE LNES, THREE TMES TWENTY-FV- E CENTS QUCK RESULTS 4- - ft ft u i Vol X HONOLULU, H T, TUESDY, JUNE 30, 903 No 358 MD MULLH NNHLTED BYSSNN TROOPS N MBUSH FLL UPON HS RMY ND NFLCT FRGHTFUL LOSSES ON HS FORCES, TEN THOUSND MD MULLHS FOLLOWERS RE- PORTED TO HVE BEEN SLN N BTTLE ssociated Press Cable to Star LONDON, June 30 Highly sensational news has been received by War Office ccording to a brief cablegram just received byssinian troops surprised Mad Mullahs ces in Somalil a desperate battle ensued The Mad Mullahs army was taken completely by surprise a time was practically in an ambuscade The byssinians poured in ti es murderous fire on Mullahs followers Ten thous of were killed, large" number were also wounded The fatalities were much greater by reason of attacking ces having gotten within effective striking distance of enemy t is not known wher Mad Mullah was slain or not The British officials are inclined to belief that Prophet succeeded in escaping with remnants of his army KiNY DElN MNEDSSTER ssociated Pres Cable to Star HNN, Wyoming, June 30 horrible explosion occurred in a coal mine at this place today Two hundred miners were imprisoned The bodies of twenty-fiv- e victims have been taken from mine t is rjow feared that remainder of party lire dead Fire damp caused explosion The rescue parties are bending every energy to break through wall reach imprisoned men re are hopes that imprisoned people may not have died Fears are now entertained that mine will catch fire TEXS FCL SSSSNTED ssociated Press Cable to Star USTN, Texas, June 20 State Comptroller Love was assassinated today by a discharged employe who was killed in an eft to capture him after he had assassinated Love The greatest excitement prevails : :o: RUSS HS VST FLEET ssociated Press Cable to Star, TENTSN, June 30 Russia has gared a vast fleet of war ves sels at Port rthur Latest advices from that place state that re arc- - now 57war vessels flying Russian flag The massing of Russian eet Jias been in progress months Now that she has secured such a midable garing of naval strength, it is thought, in some quarters that Russia will refuse point blank to withdrawf rom Manchuria The Japanese are showing utmost activity ir fleet has been placed on an effective war footing demonstration of some marked character seems likely on part of Japan : o: RELNCE CNT BE BET ssociated Press Cable to Star NEW YORK, June 30 The cup defender again won everything today The Reliance was given a fine trial in her contests with othi tr yachts she demonstrated her superiority throughout :o: MERCN FLEET LEVES KEL ssociated Press Cable Star to-th- e KEL, June 30 The United States squadron sailed from Kiel today There was greatest demonstration as merican vessels left harbor The merican fleet will now visit Engl Portugal COLLPSE SHPBULDNG TRUST ssociated Press Cable to Star- - NEWRK, N J, June 30 The United States Shipbuilding Company, Nixon Shipbuilding Trust, has been declared by United" States court to be insolvent receiver has been appointed to take charge of property of concern tomorrow THE CBLE S COM NG T LONG Superintendent Gaines was advised by cable this morning that up to noon yesterday, cableshjp nglia bad "paid out 607 knots of cable from Midway in direction of Honolulu t that time vessel was in latitude 26 degrees,4 minutes north, in longitude 67 degrees 55 minutes west t was expected that nglia would pay out on this section about 300 knots of cable, so that re Ts every reason to believe that nglia wfll reach here July 3 M B B a s S STRONG PROTECTON Our Burglar Fire-pro- of Vaults, with heavy steel walls modern locks will protect your VLUBLES f you have Jewelry, coins, papers, heirlooms, or anything Safe-Depovaluable, rent one of our Boxes, where you can keep m safely no one but yourself an open Box CHRGES RESONBLE Only fifty cents (EOc) a month :o:- - Sprains are often more serious than broken bones on account of not being properly treated Pain Balm freely as soon as nquiry s received t will quickly restore parts to healthy condition il dealers, Benson, Smith & Co, general ajents Want ads n Star cost but 25 cents PUPPY FOOD, DOG CKES, ME- DCNES, COLLRS ND KEN- - NEL SUNDRES, 923 FORT STREET S, Pearson & Potter Go,, Ltd TELEPHONE MN 8, H HOTEL ND UNON STREETS BUBBBEBHinHBBHH Phone Main 37 RELEVED THE DSCOVERY CPTN RELEF SHP MORNNG S THROUGH PS- SENGER ON SONOM TOOK SUPPLES TO SOUTH POLR EXPEDTON VESSEL THS YER BROUGHT F PEOPLE FROM DSCOVERY TO NEW ZELND Captain Colbeck, man who commed ship Morning when she went out to take supplies to Polar ship Discovery this year, is a through passenger on Sonoma He took his vessel close to Discovery put additional supplies, as well as some men, aboard exploration vessel Several of crew of Discovery went to uckl on Morning From South Polar regions Morning went to New Zeal re reported progress made by Discovery mong passengers on Morning on that trip was Lieutenant Shackelton who had been a member of Discoverys party, Owing to ill health Lieutenant Shackelton had to be invalided home He was one of a party of three who made a dash South Pole from Discovery They went several hundred miles over ice flows ntarctic country ll of m were seized with scurvy had a desperate fight to regain vessel Lieutenant Shackeltons health was seriously impaired that it was deemed unwise him to remain any longer with expedition Captain Colbeck is going to Engl THE HW! EVNGELCL SSOCTON discussion of language ques-tloni- v occupied prajctlcally all of enoon session of Hawaiian Evangelical ssociation today, at Kau-makap- lll church The question turned on what should be language of instruction at North Pacific Missionary nstitute, ological seminary preparation of ministers of gospel churches of Hawaii The language used in nstruction now s English, but a large number of association, especially older members thought that native vvamlan language should be used Formerly re were twenty or more students But at present re s just one, t s said re are no ors so far as known to enter nstitution with beginning of study n autumn The old r members of association attribute falling off in cidates nstruction at institute to fact that nstruction is n English nstead of n Hawaiian The principal of nstitute is Rev John Leadingham who s strongly n favor of nstruction n English The matter was finally referred to a committee consisting of Rev O H, Gullck, Rev O Nawahlne, Rev J M Lydgate, to report at session this afternoon This s ty-fir- st annual meeting of association which was organized just ty years ago by Rev Dr nderson eign secretary merican Board at that time t was organized to carry on work which was conducted by merican Board previous to withdrawal of that organization from work in se sls t s now composed principally of ministers delegates from native churches t was at this first meeting, ty years ago that Rev H H Parker was ordained pastor of church There are scarcely any white members of association at present The proceedings are all n Hawaiian The annual meetings of association have always been held q Honolulu with exception of last jear when meeting was held ut Lahulna two years ago when t was held at Hllo The meeting this morning was organized by election of Rev E TTORNEYS HERNG SUMNER CSE CHRGES BENG FURTHER HERD N CROSS-EXMNTO- THE SUPREME COURT N MGOON BY THOMPSON S COMPLETED THE TYPE- WRTER WHO WROTE FOR SENTOR FOSTER J Magoon resumed his place on witness st in Supreme Court this morning in Sumner case disbarment proceedings was cross examined by Frank E hompson Thompson went at once into meeting in Magoons office when Thompson agreed to compromise claims of Ellises $2,000 Magoons recollection was clear that sum had been agreed upon, but lie didnt remember at all clearly who made various statements propositions He said that Sumner had said he was willing to pay $0,000, according to Wally Davis, Thompson agreed to $2,006, which Magoon acceded to in behalf of Sumner "Davis showed much heat talked very warmly," said Magoon, " you wanted him to leave room, so told him to leave When agreement was made Mr Peters sat down at typewriter began to write it out, you left to consult with Mr Humphreys Then $,000 was demed fees refused" "Do you remember that telephoned to Mr Peters?" asked Thomp son " dont remember that," said Magoon "Do you remember that Mr Peters went to phone?" "No, dont remember what happened after you left until you returned," said Magoon Magoon didnt remember who came to hi office with compromise fitst, Thompson or Wally Sumner, but remembered that all were re toger He said that Sumner not Wally, wanted to compromise, on account of worry of litigation Thompson inquired about Magoons statement that he telephoned Humphreys about going into case, brought out a long state-- ; incut which he characterized as a "tirade against Humphreys" Ma goon said that he asked Humphreys because hirhad talked with him as a host, about case,, as a host, didnt want to reveal any confidences or cmbarass Humphreys by entering case "You have since got over your feelings as a host?" asked Thompson Magoon in reply stated that he had not until attacked by Humphreys in Sumner case " did my best to keen this out," said witness " made no reflections on Mr Humphreys but he constantly attacked me tried to have Judge De Bolt slop him attacking me stop his tirades against me but court would not" (Continued on page five) Wm MCE TO HT Bffi THE SUPERNTENDENT OK PUBLC WORKS, WHO TWO-YER- S GO WS TOLD THT HE WS NTERFERNG WTH THE LEGSLTURE, CN NOW TELL THE LEG- SLTURE TO MND TS OWN BUSNESS Superintendent Cooper has withdrawn his resignation presented Dole will remain head of Department of Public Works, in view of joint resolution passed by House Senate, asking him to do so, or at least Cooper asked governor to permit him to withdraw it t is well known that chief executive desired Cooper to remain in office, so re was little question about withdrawal of resignation The Superintendent was asked this morning what action would be taken with regard to Houses resolution regarding Marston Campbell", but said that he could not state what would be done reply will be sent to House after receipt of resolutions The action of House is regarded in some quarters as an unwarranted interference of House with office of Superintendent; t is a turning of tables Two years ago when Cooper placed a desk in House purpose of reporting its proceedings, House got sensitive thought Cooper was interfering as an executive with legislative department a resolution was passed to fire him out Now House is entering by a resolution into administration of Public Works Department WORDY WR NTHE HOUSE FERNNDEZ GETS NGRY BECUSE HRRS SKS THE NME MN WHOSE SLRY THE NTVEt MEMBERS WERE BOOSTNG, ND WHO TURNS OUT TO BE FERNNDEZ BROTHER The House continued work on unpaid bills act this morningi, very warm wordy encounter between Fernez Harris resulted from a motion by Kupihea to raise salary of deputy sheriff of Ewa to $50 per month The deputy, is a bror of Fernez, Harris rose to enquire who was deputy Fernez said that Harris knew well enough that deputy was-hi- s bror added that question was an insult- - He supported raise "We want fair play," he concluded "s raise opposed because he is a kanaka? Harris replied with a great deal of vigor that he had never been influenced by race feelings would not st having such an imputation flung at him " wont have it jammed down by throat that have ever acted along such lines," said Harris " have lived here all my life we are all mericans toger, re is no man can say ever voted or against a proposition with any race consideration" Fernez repeated that he had made his remark because Harris,, had asked an insultingquestion, well knowing when he asked, that deputy whose salary was being raised was Fernez bror Kumalae moved to make salary $750, a raise of half amount English-speaking-membe- rs proposed by Kupihea, made a speech which S Timoteo, pastor of Kiutmakaplll were happily spared The motion carried, Fernez being church, as moderator, L K Ka-ka editor of Ka Hoaloha, as among those to support it secretary The statistical reports of n amendment putting back appropriation clerk of churches showed progress n membership, in support of pastors, n president of Board should do his own writing that clerk Board of Health was carried, after Kaniho had opposed t, saying that contributions to benevolent work of of Board had failed to get up a report asked from him at regular churches session mendments of small items came thick fast from all over House, though once ndrade had a chance to move passage of bill The House wasnt ready even by noon, however, morning session ended without final action on amendments The water works at Kahului Wailuku were raised to $600, sheriff of Hawaii to $200, a motion to fix sheriff of Kauai at $050 carried Harris secured an amendment of appropriation three first, circuit court bailiffs, to provide that y shall be appointed by judges in whose courts y are to serve MOWER S DUE TOMORROW The S S Miowera s due tomorrow morning from Colonies She will sail during afternoon Victoria Vancouver EXTR SPECL SLE One-thir- d off all trimmed hats Monday, Tuesday Wednesday; hkerchiefs 0 cents; Ladies white hose 20 cents; Farwell evitton 8 cents These prices three days only NOTCE TO STOCKHOLDERS The notice of stockholders n ncorporated companies s particularly directed to following remarkable statement of facts There s one corporation n sls which has been doing business over ten years which s not affected by eir hard times or Hush times; ts withdrawing stockholders have always received not only every dollar paid n on ir stock, but good substantial accumulated profits t s called Pioneer Building & Loan ssociation of Hawaii, has Just moved ts office to No 22 King street THE OLD RELBLE mm mm0 DER bsolutely- - Pure THERE S NO SUBSTTUTE RLROD MEN DEPRTNG On S S Sonoma today re wlll depart Mainl two of staff of Oahu Railway L Company C Musgrave road master, will leave a two months vacation on mainl C Lewis who has been master mechanic will leave Kansas City to accept a responsible position with new railroad line that s to be operated between Kansas city old Maxlco Twenty-fiv- e cents pays a Want od n Star bargain Elegantly Stylish Dainty shoes dainty ft real beauties etyle lit with prlcerv-- ; attractiveness too Vici Lace, Shoe H Turned Sole, full Louis Heel Hsomest yet, Price, S650 Patent deal Lace Shoe Same style as above, only in patent deal kid Price, S700 Mukkw Shoe Go f Sll j OSS Fort Stroot

3 THR HWN STR, TUHBDT, JUNK M naaian-ustrali- an Royal Mail STEMSHP COMPNY Btcamcr of nuove line, running n connection with CNDN-TCF- C RLWY COMPNY between Vancouver, C, anil Sydney N O W, calling at Victoria, C Honolulu Brisbane, Q Due at Honolulu on or about tho dntcs below stated, tz: FOR USTRL WON JULY 4 imower s UG Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Up Down Voyages H DVES & CO Ltd, Genl gts Oceanic Steamship Company TME ByE The fine Passengers Steamers of till s line will arrive at leave this port M hereunder: FROM SN FRNCSCO FOR SN FRNCSCO SERR JULY LMED JULY 0 BONOM JULY 22 LMED JULY 3 RT30NTUR UGUST 2 LMED UGUST 2 BKRR SEPTEMBER 2 LMED SEPTEMBER SONOM SEPTEMBER 23 LMED OCTOBER 2 Local Boat FOR VNCOUVER MOWER OltNG SONOM JUNE 30 LMED JULY 5 VENTUR JULY 2 LMED UGUST 5 SERR UGUST LMED UGUST 26 SONOM SEPTEMBER LMED SEPTEMBER 6 VENTUR SEPTEMBER 22 LMED OCTOBER 7 n connection with sailing of tbe above steamers, gents are to pri-ovax- ssue to ntending passengers coupon through tickets by any raiload Cram San Francisco to all points n United States, from New YorK by Steamship line to all European Ports For furr particulars apply to W G rwin & Co (LMTED) General geub Oceanic S S Company Pacific Mail Steamship Co, Occidental & Oriental S S Co Toyo Kisen Kaisha Steamers of above Companies will call at Honolulu leave this port on or about dates below mentioned FOR CHN ND JPN FOR SN FRNCSCO KORE JUNE 26 CHN JUNE 27 0ELC JULY i DORC JULY 7 HONGKONG MRU JULY 4 NPPON MRU JULY 4 CHN JULY 22 SBER JULY 24 SDORC JULY 30 COPTC UG NPPON MRU UG 7 MERC MRU UG SBER UG 5 KORE UG 8 COPTC UG 5 GELC UG 25 MERC MRU SEPT 2 HONGKONG MRU SEPT 4 (EORE SEPT 0 CHN SEPT 2 GELC SEPT 8 DORC SEPT 22 HONGKONG MRU SEPT 26 NPPON MRU SEPT 29 CHN OCT 6 SBER OCT 6 DORC OCT 4 COPTC OCT 6 NPPON" MRU OCT 22 MERC MRU OCT 24 SBER OCT 30 KORE NOV 3 COPTC NOV 7 GELC NOV 0 MERC MRU NOV 7 HONGKONG MRU NOV 7 far rmeral nmation apply to Both JULY JULY 29 Hi Hackfeld & Co MERCN HWN STEMSHP COMPNY a DRECT MONTHLY SERVCE BETWEEN NEW YORK ND HONOLULU, V PCFC COST FROM NEW YORK S S CLFORNN to sail about July 5 S S RZONN, to sail about July 25 SVeight received at Companys wharf 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all Umes FROM SN FRNCSCO: S S NEVDN to sail June 26 S S KEBRSKN to sail July 4 every sixteen days reafter Freight received at Companys wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No 20 FROM HONOLULU TO SN FRNCSCO:, S S NEBRSKN, to sail June 27 S S NEVDN to sail July 4 FROM SETTLE ND TCOM: S S MNNETONK, to sail about July H Ttvclcfelcl Ss Co O T MORSE General Freight gent GENTS, amm Pays a Want d in The Star Jesse Moore Whiskey B5ST"on GRT 00 llpyji MB m Maldonado&Co ( XC Spreckels Building, (Honolulu H T General Export gents For JESSE San Francisco Cal, Louisville Ky MOORE-HUN- T CO lilt ffor additional anil later nhlnnlnc- - not pages 4, 5, or 8) RRVNG Tuesday, June 30 S S Sonoma, Herrlman, from ney, uckl, Pago Pago Fan Syd- ning, at 5 a m Wednesday, July S S Sierra, Houdlette, from San Francisco, due early n morning S S Mowera, Hemming, from Sydney, Brisbane Suva, due in DEPRTNG (Monday, July 29 m bktn Puako, Seeley, Eleele, at 5 p m, from anchorage off port Tuesday, June 30 S S Sonoma, Herrlman, San Francisco, at 3 p m m ship rthur Sewall, Geffrey, Delaware Breakwater, at 0 a m Stmr Klnau, Freeman, Hilo way ports, at noon, Stmr Claudlne, Parker, Maul ports, alt 5 p in Stmr Mlkahala, Gregory, Kauai ports, at o p ni Stmr V G Hall S Thompson, ports, at noon Gaso selir Eclipse, Twnsend, Lahalna, :Maalaea, Kona Kau Maui, Kohala Kailua ports, at 5 p m ṙichr Lady, Koolau ports, n afternoon Wednesday, July S S Sierra, Hcadlette, Pago Pago, uckl Sydney, probably sail in evening S S Mowera, Hemming, Victoria Vancouver, probably sail in afternoon PSSENGERS rriving Per S S Sonoma, June 30, from Syd- Dr ney uckl, Honolulu: J J Grace, M L Grace, T Taylor, Mrs Meiss, Mrs Miss McCosh Clark, F Werry, W Stevens, Miss Caf-fre- y Through tor San Francisco: Mr Mrs Russel li Heals, Mr Mrs Thomas Barnard, Capltaln Colbeck, Mr Mrs Caldwell, S H Cowles, Mr Mrs Courtneldge child, Mrs M Durant, F Donohue, Mr Mrs W M Fay, Mrs G Hod- - son, Mrs W L Hoyt, G W Hunter, Charles Harvey, Mr Mrs Emll Haaben, Mr Mrs Charles Harves-ta-, Miss Jackson, E H Knight, F Lohmann, G F Morris, F Miller, F J Miller, J Marks, Mr Mrs J Mills, J G C McCullough, Balfour H Nelll, Mr Mr& Price, Mr Mrs H L Puckle, Mrs H J Pol lard, Miss Muriel Pollard, Miss Robertson, Miss Roram, Miss D Robertson, Baron Ritter, Mr Mrs C H S Smithson, Mr Studholme, W Sand son, C T Slm-monoSar, Mr Mr danam-taylo- r, Mr Mrs Thurgood, lbert Tobias, (Miss F E Webster, Mr anu Mrs M J WJUty son, J S ndrews, Mr (Mrs Grieve, Philip Holllngs, Samuel Holds-wort- h, lfred Hamon, Mr Mrs W Klely Willie Klely, Miss Nellie Kiely, Miss Grace Lewis, Miss Maggie Lynch, Mr Mrs Mutzelburg, Mut-zelbur- g, Misses Mr Mutzelburg rs Magulre, G H Nuttall, E J NuUtall, T Poor, P Y Rosenthal, J Rosenthal, George R Richino, J Robert!, Mr Shapl, C R Sewell, Mr Mrs W Smith, T O Smith, Smith, O Smith, V B Smith, W Stevens, Mrs Teld, Mr Teld, W H Wallace, G L Warner, Mrs Wilde, W Wilson Per stmr Noeau, July 29, volcano: E J Steinbenr; S E Slade, son, Mrs Crellln, Ruth Crellln, C L Crellln Earl Crellln, Mrs E Ber-ge- F r, C E Caitton wife; Hllo, C W Deacon, Mr Sterling wife, V H Stone Per stmr Lehua, July 29, Kalau-pap- a: W R Crojk, J D McVeigh, Dr McDonald Booked to depart Per S S Sonoma, June 30, San Francisco: Mr Sharp, saac Noar, Henry Jaeger, M rton, Mrs V V Hudson child C H Plcard, J Wilson, Mrs Majln, Mrs Kura, Mr Wiell, C Wallers, J K Burkett, S Toolitz Mrs Z K Mevers L HonlES- - berger, Miss Howard, Miss M Dietz, lbert Biggs infant, W H Bryan, Billoski, Miss Bertha Clayton, Mr Mrs t Cox child, Mrs Mary Crawd, Mrs William Cox, Mrs J Creamer, J Creamer, L HDlttmore,, E Dlckex-son- Mrs V Edveus, Miss S F Edwards, Max Etzenberg, Mrs W Fraez, Mrs Frank, Miss Frank, Miss- M Frank, H ti Gillln, W L V Vi, Van VHlkllWK Htlil wlft, O M Km ton wife mill mm, X nltiirr nd uifr Mh hrniu K Hurry, Minn Marry, Mm T J Hurry nml nfiinl Ml ilrry Ml coiimn, Minn OJv K Hteele Mr, trlrknrd, Mrs K, CNiMlitnt, ruf Hnllnwi-ye- n b, wife nml 2 children, Ml mi Hiiima M Taylor, Miss Ciillii J HarrlHoii ami lillil Mr nml Mr Ruilgors, ir llorrttunn, Mm, imnrtc tnmntlhhon, 8, Huznkir, Mrs Farrnnt, J H Himf, Marin Soiizu, Mm Hpluor nml pom, Mm Martha Catlornll tihd child, J Hunker S French, Miss Clark, C MunRnivo F O llnmly, Mrs F "Mo ornon, C J Lewis, Mrs J H nlntcr, James L Colte, Mrs J, Hopper child, Miss M L Hopper, lmls M L Peterson, Mrs Col Frncli, t Wads-wort- wife, Mrn Stolber,, h Esberg, L H Miller, Mrs "Walter Do Witt, Miss Ellon DeWltt Master Do Witt, H C Cnston, Mrs M L Louis-so- n, rthur Davis J C Unas, J T McGrcw Departing Per stmr Clnudlne, Juno 30, Ka-hul- ul lfred Martinson, G H Schra-de- r, J Garcln, Mrs E L Doyle, Miss T Doyle, G kuna wife, Mrs H Kalonioku child, Mrs Yun Chap child, Miss Mary Garcia, Miss R Smith, Miss Mary De Regb, Miss Cnrley Miss Mary von Seggern, L Thurston nnd wife, Miss K Smith, Miss Sorenson, Miss M Thurston, 3 Thurston children, Miss Chase, Mrs D H Case 3 children, Rev W Rice, Dr K Soga, Harold Castle, llen Robinson, Harry Holt, Mr Dand, W H Cornwell wife, Miss Gay, Miss E Taylor, J Rodrlgues, wife, J J Combs, Miss H Stender, Chang Chow, Tang Young Miss K Hannestad, Miss S jlannestad, Master S Hannestad; Nuu, Miss Vlerra, Mrs Verra; Hana, Miss ugusta POLO PONES TO KU The polo ponies belonging to team which will represent Oahu polo players at tournament on Kauai July 4, will be shipped to Kauai to night This will give m several days re to get over ir sea trip bee being called o nto play a hard tournament game Want ads n Star cost but 25 cens Union n in wnnitin QU lb Railroad SUGGESTS Speed enact Comt Three trains dally through cars first second class to all points Re duced rates take effect soon Write today S F Booth, General gent N Montgomery Street, San Francisco N Pawaa But pure air, pure water vigorous health These desirable qualifications have made this locality so popular that 6 more lots have been secured, in orde to supply dem homes Call eee W M Camphcll at his office, 634 Young street Phone White 2, or special agent W M Minton, JUDD BULDNG nnouncement The Chambers Drug Co, Ltd, have pleasure in announcing Vednesday, July st as opening day of ir new drug store at corner of Fort King streets extend a cordial nvitation to public n general to visit nspect ir hsomely filled store which will be found to contain a most complete te stock n every particular The rm desires furr to announce that on above opening day ir soda fountain will be at disposal of ir patrons when all drinks will be dispensed free of charge Dont get opening day, Ved nesday July st Chambers Drug Co FORT ND KNC Want ads in Star cost hut 25 cents Portable houses THESE HOUSES RE N GRET DEMND THE METHOD CONSTRUCTON SVES THE PURCHSER LRGE PERCENTGE WHT WOULD BE PD TO CRPENTER FOR BULDNG THE SME SZED HOUSE THE SME CLSS MTERLS THEY CN BE ERECTED N LESS THN DY LL THE TOOLS NECESSRY TO PUT THE B ULDNG UP S MONKEY-WRENC- ND SCREW- H DRVER THEY RE STRONG, WND ND WTER-PROO- F, ND MDE WHTE PNE CLL UPON US FOR FULL PRTCULRS Theo H Davies & Co, HRDWRE DEPRTMENT n Mil Special quality just received, also delicious ripe olives pimcllos Crystal Springs Butter 35c Excellent Cooking Butter 30c Fresh Frozen Oysters 65c Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd Telephone Main 45 BEVER LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street Opposite Wilder & Co H J NOLTE, Propr First-Cla- ss Lunches served with tea, coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk Smokers Requisites a Specialty OHT, Contractor Builder, lionse aintoi Cewalo, Sheridan Street, near Kins, Honolulu H 8 Kojixrxa MPORTER ND DELER N LQUORS, fapanese Provisions General Merchise, ND PiNTTtf SUPPLES C 4 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU Talaphone White 24L P O Box WM runner CHMPON Former Price $375 to close outj600 F H yres Former Prince $050 to close out $700 This s a rare opportunity to get an extra good Racket less than is paid foi an ordinary one E 56 HOTRL STREET Headquarters For FURNTURE, RUGS, LNOLEUH ND WNDOW SHDES lso, Furniture made to order, UP- HOLSTERNG; REPRNG? FRENCH POLSHNG done by first class workmen Hopp & Co, King Bel Streets Phone Main Twenty-fiv- e "cents pays a WanJ ad in Star bargain Peerless Preserving Has KTp i Txxett -- r- r No SO ppiyto8 x eeriess jrreservmg jraini jo, n Tennis Rackets N GOOD COMPNY Many dollars are turned away annually by The Star in rejecting offensive mproper advertise-ment- a offered insertion lr its columns This is a cogent reason why The Stars advertising columns are so generally, used o widely mad Twenty-liv- e cents pays a Want at n Star bargain

4 9 TU HWN STR, TUHflDY, JUNK JO, 8M i trnnnj Dll M OYMr ivlns Street, lalamat Office hourat 8 a, ni to 2; 7 to 9 p m, Saturdays excepted lhyscx ND SUKOKOV Dr George W Burgess 887 Fort treet, corner "Mncyard 0 a m to 3 p m 7 p m Telephone Main 28 WLLM E PKUL Kuaklnl Street, near Ltllha PNTER, PPERHNQER, ETC ll work done carefully promptly at very reasonable prices TELEPHONE WHTE 27 DR M J J MRLER DE ROUTON, DENTST Rooms Young Building Between Hotel King streets Hours 9 to 5, G on oral Employment M BHROKNE Oflico Japanese Chinese laborers, etc, supplied at short notice Contract work of every kind undertaken Corner Emma Beretanla streets Jno W Cathcart, ll ND 35 LW Moana FCES STNGENWLD BLDG Waikiki Beach Hotel Rapid Transit Electric Cars arrlv at, depart from, main entrance of Moana Hotel every ten minute Jas F Morgan President Vice-Preside- nt Cecil Brown F Hustace Secretary Chas H rton uditor W H Hoogs Treas Mgr TELEPHONE MN 293 Hustace & Go, Ltd QUEEN STREET DRKKS KS Firewood, Stove, Steam Blacksmith Coal WHOLESLE ND RETL Special attention given io ORYNG LSO, WHTE ND BLCK SND PURE WHOLESOME BRED By a First-Cla- Baker of Twelve ss Years Experience n Honolulu 7 LOVES FOR 23 CENTS ll kinds of Cakes Pies, ce Cream, Etc, made to order at very short notice SUNRSE BKERY Nuuanu Street, near Beretanla Newspaper llustrations, Catalogue Cuts, Maps, Portraits, Lettering, also Penwork f Zinc Etching utographs, eniblems to make Rubber Stamps from HRRY ROBERTS Chalk Plate rtist Stereotyper Pa-lam- Houglitalllng Road, a P O Box 86 WE SPEK THE TRUTH There is no better Milk, Cream Butter n Honolulu than o,r,s Note address HONOLULU DRYiEENS SSO- CTON, Sheridan Street off Kng Telephone White 24 PNTHEON - WVERLE SHVNG PRLORS tfood Barbers, Courteous ttention Cor Hotel Bel Streets ROCH & RDNQER, Props Orpheum Theatre HE LYCEUM STOCK COM Presenting THE GRET MELO-DRM- Wednesday, July ND Saturday, July 4 SPECL SCENERY SPRTED SPECLTES Box office open dally from 9 to 2 to 6 Popular Prices Orpheum Theatre Twenty-fiv- e cents pays a Want ad n Star bargain? COHlOHTON N OT OKH Election of Ulllcors STOCKHOLDERS NNUL MEETNU By order of Board of Directors, notice s hereby given that annual meeting of stockholders of The First merican Savings & Trust Co, of Hawaii, Ltd, election of officers directors, will be held at ts place of business on Fort street, n Honolulu, sl of Oahu, on Wednesday, first day of July, 003, at 3 p in of that day W O COOPER, Secretary of The First merican Savings & Trust Co of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu, June 6, 003 Notice to Bondholders PONEEK MLL CO, LTD Notice s hereby given that pursuant to terms of that certain Deed of Trust, dated July, 000, made by Pioneer Mill Company, Limited, to The Bank of Hawaii, Limited, said Pioneer Mill Company, Limited will pay whole of issue of bonds secured by said Deed of Trust, to wit: Bonds numbered to 500 nclusive, on first day of July, 003, at office of said Pioneer Mill Company, Limited, n Hackfeld Building on corner of Queen Fort streets n Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, toger with interest that may be due reon to said first day of July, 003 ll of said bonds, to wit: Bonds numbered to 500 inclusive shall cease to bear nterest on first day of July, 003 ll of said bonds which shall not have been presented payment on said first day of July, 003, at place above mentioned should be presented at The Bank of Hawaii, Limited, where same will be paid with such nterest as may be due reon to first day of July, 003 no longer Honolulu, May 2, 903 PONEER MLL COMPNY, LTD, By H SENBERG, ts Vice-Preside- By W PFOTENHUER, ts Treasurer acting Secretary Notice to Bondholders EW PLNTTON CO n accordance with terms under which ts bonds were ssued Ewa Plantation Company will pay, with ac- - crued interest, on July st, 903, One Hundred Thous Dollars ($00,00000) of ts bonds Tho numbers of such bonds to be paid were determined by lot drawn n office of Treasurer on 2th day of May 903 The numbers of bonds so drawn to be paid are as follows: C 4S Notice s hereby given to holders of se bonds to present same payment at office of Treasurer of Ewa Plantation Company n Honolulu on July st 903, that in- - terest on same will cease from after that date Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2, 903 C H THERTON, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co BC SOHdMH SOLD EVERYWHERE CHRGED WTH EMBEZZLEMENT Hlguchi has sworn to a complaint charging T imsawa with embezzlement t s claimed that Hlguchi gave or man $9075 no purchase Hlgu-ti- il a steamer ticket to San Francisco also to defray or expenses Ml-sala alleged to have skipped to Wal-luk- u warrant his arrest has been issued- - MURDERER STLL T LRGE The police officers returned yesterdny from Ewa district aflter ir search Yanagal, suspected murderer Detective McDufile s nclined to tho opinion that Jap could easily have worked his way up to Honolulu from Peninsula, as Japanese fishing boats are going coming from re constantly CBLE O! ND THE FOURTH t tho nnnunl meeting of nclflc L & mprovement Co, Ltd,, held LMTED on 0th dny of Juno D 003, tho following olllcors directors wero NO FORML CELEBRTON elected to serve tho ensuing year: ncorporated Under th" Laws of President Yap Seo Young ETHER T HONOLULU THE Territory of Hawaii Vice-Preside- nt C Q Yeo Hop BND TO HO Secretary Henry Loo Kong Treasurer Tang Lum PD-U- P CPTL - uditor Chang $600,00000 En Chong The Joint committee of tho Chamber SURPLUS Tho above officers except 300,00000 tho auditor constitute board of directors ciation at a meeting held yesterday of Commerce Merchants sso- UNDVDED PRTS - 48,00000 Pacific L & mprovement Co, Ltd, nfternoon decided not to attend any FCERS ND DRECTORS Per HENRY LOO KONO, mal celebration eir of ling 6ecretary of cable from west, or of Charles M Cooke President June 7, 003 Fourth of July n consequence P C Vice-Preside- Jones nt of F W Vice-Preside- Macfarlane2nd nt this, governor gnve his permission yesterday b to go to Hllo to tnke part n Fourth of July celebration re which will nclude breaking ground Hllo-Koha la railroad The only public events Fourth of July Honolulu are rowing races at Pearl Harbor n morning nnd baseball games n afternoon Observances to mark ling of cable completion of a direct cable across Pacific under merican ownership control will be confined to sending by governor committee of congratulatory cablegrams These messages will take m of memorials nnd while necessarily brief will explain attitude of local commercial organizations The cables will be sent to President Roosevelt; to Governor Taft of Philippines, Governor of Guam, Governor Pardee of Calinia, Clarence H Mackay, president of Commercial Cable Co, to Merchants ssociation Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco Clarence H Mackay has extended free use of cable to two local organizations purpose of sending se messages t s likely also that same courtesy will be extended to Governor Dole, so that even those re s no general celebration of event, Cable Day will be sufficiently remembered orwise Lord & Belser have been directed to have cable hauling engine ready to open trench by morning of third of July, n anticipation of arrival of cable ship The last chance to go to Hllo Fourth was at noon today by Klnau To go to Kahulul races, last chance will be by Claudlne Friday night The train to rowing regatta will leave Honolulu at 8:45 oclock n morning The senior race s scheduled 9:30 oclock, Junior race mmediately afterwards The train returns to city mmediately nfter last race, t is hoped that t will get back to town by noon EXECUTVE COUNCL The Executive Council yesterday morning approved a number of applications licenses renewals of licenses R Lucas of Hllo was granted a retail liquor license establishment that was merly n name of late Captain ndrews Thomas McTlghe Companys application was approved n place of that of Gomes fc McTlghe Matt McCann of Lahalna, H Hackfeld & Company Walmea Wine Company, Kauai, two latter being dealers licenses were approved TO QUSH LENS Motions have been filed n various cases against F M Swanzy F Ti Redwnrd, n which liens were asked on Swanzy place, to quash liens The principal ground s that petitions ask that parties be required to appear answer bee ugust term of circuit court re s no ugust term this year, law having been changed "THE JUDGE" TOMORROW Tomorrow nlght, Wednesday July, s night set presentation of strong melo-dram- a "The Judge" The plot centers around Trlss, pride of a western mining camp, who s, by right of discovery, under protection rough-mannere- d, of whole-soule- d, combination of humor logic, Hank Jordan The scene of heavily laden stage-coac- pling h top- ove r steep embankment, hair-brea- th escape of "Hnnk" tiny Trlss, ir life n wilderness, s a most thrilling one Then life at camp s an excellent picture of a miners routine, plots counterplots nvolving Trlss fate of "Nat Webber" his rich strike, llustrate cupidity of a scheming villain his total disregard life New specialties are ntroduced n every permance The box office s open dally Souvenir cles will bo given every one present will be furnished by Hnrt & Co NEW POST FCE The newest post office s Femdale, at Olaa, which will open July, with Mrs Harriet Paty n charge CDET LYMN Clarence K Lyman, who has been attending scliool at U S Military cademy West Point, N Y came home lrst evening on a furlough Hawaii Herald HL LUU HLO, June 26 The luau to be given at Halll church Thursday afternoon, July 2, will be one of most nteresting events of Fourth of July week The guests of honor will ho Queen Ltlluokalml Prince Cupid nnd wife Mr Mrs aukea will also be r resent Hllo Tribune JPN ND MNCHUR ionpinted Press Mornine Service TOKO, June 29 Excitement" over Mnnchurian problem s ncreasing The Marquis to Field Marshall Ynmagata are reported to advocate resolute measures HONORS N STORE FOR NVY WSHNGTON June29 Great Britain Portugal are making great preparations to receive merican squadron Bank of Hawaii C H Cooke Cashier F C rton ssistant Cashier H Waterhouse, E F Bishop, E D Tenney, J McCless C H rton COMMERCL ND SVNGS DE- PRTMENTS Strict attention given to all brancnes of Banking JUDD BULDNG Claus Spreckle3 THE FORT STREET Wm G rwin Glaus Spreckels fi Go, BNKERS, HONOLULU, - H San Francisco gents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco DRW EXCHNGE ON SN FRNCSCO The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco LONDON Union of London & Smiths Bank Ltd NEW YORK merican Exchange National Bank CHCGO Corn Exchange National Bank PR3 Credit Lyonnals BERLN Dresdner Bank HONGKONG ND YOKOHM The Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporation NEW ZELND ND USTRL Bank of New Zeal, Bank of ustralasia VCTOR ND VNCOUVER of British North merica Bank TRNSCT GENERL BNKNG ND EXCHNGE BUSNESS Deposits Received Loans Made on pproved Security Commercial Travellers Credits ssued Bills of Exchange Bought Sold COLLECTONS PROMPTLY C- COUNTED FOR ESTBLSHED N 858 BSHOP & CO BNKERS BNKNG DEPRTMENT Transact business n all departments of Banking Collections carefully attended to Exchange bought sold Commercial Travelers Letters of Credit ssued on The Hunk or Calinia N M lptliscliild & Sons, London Correspondents: The Hank of Calinia, Commercial Hanking Co of Sydney, Ltd, London Drafts cable transfers on China Japan through Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation Chartered Bank of ndia, ustralia China nterest allowed on term deposits at following rates per annum, viz: Seven days notice, at 2 per cent Three months, at 3 per cent Six months at 3 per cent Twelve months, at 4 per cent TRUST DEPRTMENT ct as Trustees under mortgages Maijage estates (real personal) Collect rents dividends Valuable Papers, Wills, Bonds, Etc, safg-keepln- g received CCOUNTNT DEPRTMENT uditors Corporations Private Firms Books examined reported on Statements of ffairs prepared Trustees on Bankrupt or nsolvent Estates Office, 924 Bel Street SVNGS DEPRTMENT Deposits received nterest allow-ed- at 4 per cent per annum, n 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Bargains! H vw fit Great Reduction Sale! FOUR (4) WEEKS ONLY COM- MENCNG STURDY, JUNE 6, OUR ENTRE STOCK HTS ND GENTS FURNSHNG GOODS WLL BE SOLD T DSCOUNT 30 Come nd Be Convinced wakami & Co, Hotel Street ft? "?v?!? Fire Marine insurance North German Fire nsurance Co, Trans-tlanti- c Fire nsurance Co, Svea Fire nsurance Co, The Tokio Marine nsurance Co, Ltd Marine nsurance covered to all pirts of World on OPEN" POLCES underwritten by FORTY COMPNES H Hackfeld & Co, LMTED GENTS, Honolulu Hilo comt in dining; room Comt should fee sought not only n olllce an electric fan can be used to even better advantage in home We sell m complete with all attachments Just connect m n place of electric light bulb Xjrioe Complete $300 Hawaiian Electric Co, LMTED FCE KNG STREET NERLKE DO T NOW TEL MN 890 nsert Your Want dvt n STR Note Heads, BU Heads, Statements Want ada n BUr bring quick n Fine Commercial Printing at suits Three llnaa Ultm time to Star Office cents

5 MS" r ft V, t mm Pa T Xowolcii3L Stai DLY ND SHM-WEHKL- 4V,kU every afternoon (except Bumlny) by tho Hawaiian Star Newapaper ssociation, Limited smwcinition ratks Loonl, per milium, $800 aelrfti, " 200 Payable n dvnnuti Frank L Hoops, Editor TUESDY ; v 7 ;r,t- THE HWN SECESSON JUNE There lias been, t disposition in some quarters to criticize Representative ylett anutliosc or native Republicans, who have expressed fears of enlire sincerity of Republican party in its support of punty government The Star admits to having joined in this criticism, because it felt that Republican party had given such strong abundant proofs of loyalty to county government, that to doubt sincerity of party on this proposition is disloyalty to party nd yet it must be admitted that re has been a train of circumstances during past few weeks, which while not acts of Republican party, 4tave so much appearance of being born under its aegis, that Representative ylett, those who feel as he does, are not altoger to : conclusions y have drawn There can be no doubt that native clement of electorate has set its heart on cbnnty government t is not necessary now to enter into a consideration of reasons why this is so The fact remains The Republican party at its last territorial convention declared county government asked votes of native Hawaiians on basis of that pledge The Republican party carried election, with that victory became bound to redeem its pledge to give county government hat pledge legislature redeemed so far as it was able, by passing County ct, a measure upon which highest professional thought ftnd skill had been expended The governor signed bill, it seemed as though party had proven to world that it would keep rfiidhad kept its promises Scarcelyj however, Had act become la,v when one of governors heads of UepjirtnYertt, began an attack tm validity of law To those who remember with what persistence it was iterated bee senatorial commission last fall by Hawaiians tiat Governor Dole was- Opposed to county government, it can easily be J Til 2 HWN KTR, TUBSD?, JUNK 0, 003 mj ff OUR MOTTO N DELNG N Pure Drugs, Medicines, Toilet rticles, Rubber Goods, Etc, Etc Classified ds in Star nlcelv furnished front rnnm Xfnu qulto proof electric light 4a Bere tania near Punchbowl Two Furnished Ronms Phnnti Nn 9 Garden Lane iloom Board Nicely furnished, room with board n private fatally pply 494 Beretania street Jtoom Hoard lone or two young men desire room board in private family ddress P O Box 6G6, City CRRR Mixed faint Three-Lin- e dvertisement (8 words) will be nserted n STRS s not an old paint in sense that it has been in market (or Classified Columns 25 cents lach additional lino at tho rate of 0 cents many years, but pigments used in its manufacture arc believed to be extra old, because y are supposed to represent of secret of permanent color, thought to have liccn lost with Michael ngclo, n r tlc,nl n Wnl lntl rcc until furr notice Leonardo da Vinci, Era ngclico, Cofrcgio, Murillo, Titian, Guido, Raphael or Old Masters Loi Mule CRRR has been in market long enough, however to establish fact that it gives a BETTER EjNS, lasts LONGER, under magnificent building site on most severe tcsts,covcrs more surface, COSTS LESS than Punchbowl elope near Thuiston avenue best Lead, Zinc, Particulars Oil at Star ofllce f you want Best Effect Best Results, USE CRRR Building lot corner King Of course some people want what came over in "Mayflower" road Kame-hameh- Palama terminus a of think that pure lead, Zinc Oil Paint is thing to use because Rapid Transit road pply at Star "Grpa" used it olllce "Grpa" was no doubt an authority in his day, a man of judgment; but if he were alive today, it goes without saying, that he would use CRRR To ltout n passing, we may say, that we still have a balance of OLD Desirable unfurnished rooms rent, KND PNT, as good as can be made under old mulas, reasonable, en suite or single Rest cation lo- which we were selling when our in town 89 lakea, corner of knowledge was in rudimentary, t stage ; Beretania This we can give you at BRGN Furnished llooms To Lot Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd Sole gents UUMK0JLD, Wanted ONLY THE BEST GRDE! seen that this act of one of governors official family, of one of his iihi GENTS FOR "Home four Children; mors subordinates, anftonebf principal factors in his administration, was care Outside city "preferred Reason The lis va Plantation, Company Jikely to create suspicjpn in Hawaiian minll, of governors sin- - able price will be paid good attention ddress Mechanic, Star cerity t difl crfatesicli sustoliiori Tins however was largely allayed No Seconds The Walalua gricultural Co, olllce Ltd TheKohala Sugar Company xfhen it was announced that Superintendent Cooper, who had brought Cleaning Dyeing The Walmea Sugar Mill Company SOLE GENTS FOR about proceedings, tp declare law invalid, has tendered his resignation, EspeeioJly was suspicion, allayed when it was announced that T MSUD Clos cleaned, dyed Tlie Stard OH Company The Fulton ron Works, St Louis, Mo; ND Mr Cooper Wfl lnrgcly actuated in his resignation by differences of l Tepaired 46 Fprt St, near Little Jack The George F iblake Steam Pumps Vineyard opinion on county act, rdnl lls colleagues Smoking Tobacco Westons Centrifugals; Prices Reasonable The New Engl Mutual Life nsurance Company of Boston Then came Judge Gears decision holdiig that sections relating Ec Silnation 0c packages Wanted to Board of Public nstitutions were invalid, expressly refusing The etna Fire nsurance Company oc -- in decide wher remainder of act was valid or not To minds Japanese couple desires a position, Hartd, Conn not steeped in legal niceties, this decision might easily be mistaken man as cook yard man, wife gents The lliance ssurance Company of household work care baby $30 London UiOW to s county act nd certainly no one can ciauu a month pply T Yokota 93 Bere BRTSH MERCN SSURNCE position of act is strengned by it lmost immediately fol? lowing decision came announcement that governor d;sircil, in tania street near Maunakea, COMPNY, of Toronto, Ontario this Mr Cooper to withdraw his resignation remain at head of ins DELWRE NSURNCE CO of n Philadelphia Public Works Department To minds which thought Gear decision The Pacific Hotel, Castle & Cooke, Ltd blow to county of governor very logically look 62 a act, this move Union St, opposite Pacific Club ed like governor was well satisfied with work of his subordinate in attacking Weakening county act What or interpretation fqbi? Newly Furnished Rooms Street C Q Yee Hop & Co, Xyife was to be given it by minds which had a deep lodged fear of governors approval of county government? The next move of gov- MRS HN, Proprietor Kahlklnul Meat Market grocery, Fire The Best Restaurant in City! fruits vegetables Beretania street ernor was appointment- to a judicial position of George Davis, corner lakea Twenty-fiv- e attorney who had led in attack in courts on validity of ceits pays a Want lso county act What or interpretation could be given to this than whole civilized world whose respect he ad n Star bargain at Fish Market, Stalls 9 nsurance gents 20 Telephone Blue 25 that governor was rewarding those who had been most active in has won seeking to annul county act? t is safe to say that such a construction would have been put upon it by any merican politician, who did The Reliance shows that she has have an intunate knowledge of Governor Dole The, thing seems heels of any of our yachts The great not Offices incontrovertible The attack on county act comes from governors official family With first appearance of success of at- heels of Shamrock will be decided question wher - she will have Ready Occupancy OENTS FOR tack comes what is construed in effect as reward to who began when match races come off The New Engl man betting world is watching permances of attack The appointment of Davis to a judicial position, Davis who both here abroad been violent antagonist of governors, two yachts most carefully, Mutual Lift has a heavy wagers may be "looked The new elegantly equipped offices on is looked on by almost everyone as a reward his efts against during ensuing month second floor of The lexer Young Building are nsurance Co county act now open inspection rental, BOSTON With this set of facts bee him, is it any wonder that Representative ylett on last Saturday, immediately, after appointment of Some very unpleasant robberies have These office may be leased singly pr in suites taken place during last few weeks rentals include electric lights, hot cold water Davis became known, should have expressed himself as doubting te The thieves are getting bold t is janitor services The rooms are most in Etna Fire sincerity of Republican party on county act? to be hoped that, some of m will be matters of plumbing, lighting, ventilating The error in yletts reasoning, as in reasoning of those who feel led behind bars have hanging closets marble, washsts Four nsurance Co, as he does, is in drawing conclusions as to partys fealty from passenger elevators running day night,6r, HRTFORD, CONN governors acts The party has given abundant evidence of its loyalty Honolulu gives way to Hilo n Though appointments are of very best to county government But it is untunate that governor in his Fourth of July celebration Hilo ought prices are less than any similar offices in Honolulu in connection relation to county,, government, has been so acts to have a rattling time a strong delegation from capital city will go Ḟor furr particulars inspection, apply to lacking in ordinary political tact Hawaiian Stock-Yard- s up to see fun The second city n COMPNY, LMTED Japanese bird hunters are "clear; lng Korea, capital of Japan would The ing out birds from many, of never be safe Territory promises a fine set of attractions which will be enjoyed by all sls of Pacific Captain Rodman ordered m offfrbm Mdyiiy dmiral Evans request more Races, literary exercises, picnics, balls, The von Hamm-Youncome Co, Ltd, She Big & everything that will make youthful Trfmiansky isls! but re are hundreds of sls; where, se" hardy how he regardswhe situation n China, Livery, Hacksts, Carriage Paint- marines Orient is significant of heart gay will be in evidence plok which llttlo sailor MP,,bQth birds confirms many reports ing, Boarding, Horse Market, Horseshoeing, Dr Hoffman is a scientist of acknowledged reputation, but he has started EJxpressage, Contracting The y cannot tidstroy, have received of BlaUcsmlthing, flsh fish been Draying ana antl-ejin feeling Celestial Empire birds do, in as much as ibut y out n a new vein lately To avoid y take young nestlings destroy nests Pbbrblrds, verily s t The merican Squadron in European man has studied fhe monkey language use of an office boy medical gentle Chicago r E H LEWS, Manager true s" not where to put tr waters s having quite an (Ovation that re more successfully Gar-nl- er than Professor n Less Than Th6 Pulse feet, Germany has certainly done everything t n his steel cage The monkey in to show honor to naval representatives of Great Republic Kiel re was a fire n his kitchen, thus n med doctor or day that The rate" of pulse varips King Charles of Roumania who has has been n gala costume ever since its saved house The monkey is being 3 Days persons, pf different ages signified his disapproval of King Peters arrival, Emperor has shown trained to answer telephone, nterview patients, drive carriage, carry Manv a young woman s Francisco at 0 am One year 5 to 30 t birth 30 to" 40 methods of gaining a throne was- a personal interest n Squadron, its Hohenzol-lern-Sgmarlnge- n German Prince, Ciiarles bf officers men There will be equally medicine, it is hoped will be abl wearintr a prematurely old Two years 00 to 5 His Queen was a gr doings when Engl s reached to asslat at operations The marvels of look through defective eyesight Four to Seven years 85 to 95 Three years 95 t0 05 Princess of Wlel bee her marriage King Edward has many merican science are ndeed wonderful, none Thera are wrinkles on her CHCGO, UNJOH PCFC Seven to Fourteen 80 to 90 She s known to literary world as friends lsan admirer of United are more wonderful than this extraordinary monkey The doctor anl business re & NORTHWESTERN LNE Twenty-on- e to Sixty 70 to 75 ehead which have no Fourteen to Twenty-on- e 75 to 85 Carmen Sylva His heir is married to States Portugal will also do a daughter of late Duke ofgunlo monkey will shed glory upon Territory of Hawaii S THE CUSE Private Compart- However,, it makes no difference la honors in all due state Defective Vision 0i ge 75 to 85 Pullman fourteen-sectlo- n Draw-ing-Roo- m burg Kotha (Duke, of, Edlnborfl) ree niece of King Edward V ment Observation Sleeping Cars age of a person, ndictments against disapproval" postal authorities keep comlncr n thick When reading s an eft, with Telephone Electric-readin- g whenever lntsrest The reasons are not far TTCK ON ROOSEVELT pucker, Lamps n every Berth, Compartment s tlie tirowa its aroused pulse ncreases greatly to seek, fast Selling material to government tv per cent above cost price ment, ntroduced b Senator Welling- lng a pleasure, smooth Barber Bath, Dining Cars Douglas Patent Closet pulse That furious attack upon property time to come to tis The embodied in a constitutional amend- right Drawlng-Roo- Buffet For instance; when a person purchases classes will make read Smoking Library Cars, with When men as Marquis to dividing proceeds s a serious charge, liable to l those been traced to its true source "by P WCJLVX, Dally Tourist Car Service at 6 p such very ton of Maryl, by request, limiting a wrinkle meals a la carte Electric-lighte-d out many increases fully 00 per cent ts a individual tunes to $0,000,000, has throughout "Field Marshal Yamagata advocate sign of contentment strong measures with regard to Manchuria temper of Japan her may be slow, but y get re all ident Roosevelt himself, who said n a Optics" cursions every Wednesday Fri- r NOTCE charged n Jail The feet of justice New York Sun The true source is Pres- Optical m Personally Conducted Ex- department-"exclusivel- Labor-da- y speech at Minneapolis n day 048 ifort Street at 8 a m from San Francisco, readiness active military naval same The bem of everything 90: Persons needing, 6r knowing of those operations can be well understood The vat ndividual corporate tunes, vast combinations of capital which have marked develop- Gen gent Pacific Coast which y are not R R Ritchie who do ned protection from pnyslcal or moral njury, "Resolute measures" may be translated Pope Leos health is very precarious able to to mean "get out or light," if uussian almost any day whole Roman ment of our industrial system, create who assumes to lead obtain dictate mselves, may consult tho Legal Protection Committee of troops are n Korea as, reported, re Catholic world may be called upon to new conditions necessitate a to Congress n "attack upon property" The Suns cvutlnuod stabbing 67 Markt St flan Francisco change from old attitude of ahe at (Palace Hotel) nti-saloo- n League, 9 Molntyre Building will be a wave of ndlgnauon n, Japan mourn one of ablest yet one state tlie nation toward property president is significant as well as Korea s to Japanese now what of most gentle of ts leaders Pope, Wellingtons highly communistic amusing significant, when dentity Note Heads, Bill Heads, rel was to,tb British during, Leo will not only be mourned by" confiscatory proposal was thus nspir of financial power Letter behlnd Heada that, paper s called, to mind Springfield cenfb pays Twnty-flv- e ed by none or than wan who all p kinds of Job Commercial "SY&bX Printing, neatly wars f Vlth Russia occupy- - pie of his own denomination, but by "now occupies presidential office, ad n Star bargain promptly at Star Office - eo fa LMTED mporters Commission flercliahts T CRRR Gfll HE, Commission Merchants, Sugar Factors

6 GOULOUTON NOTCE W Notice to Stockholders The stook book of tlio Hfiwallnn fegrto til turn Company will bo closed to triniss from June 27, at noon to July st nclusive brio, ROBERTSON, Treasurer Dated, Honolulu, June 2C, 903 U V ) KM NOTCE Calinia Safe Deposit ami Trust Com pany, Corner Calinia Montgomery Streets For trie six months cndlnu June 30, 603, dividends have Wen declared on "deposits n savings department of this company, as folloysr On term deposits at rate of 3 per cent per annum, on ordinary deposits at rat of 3 per cent per annum, free of taxes, s pnyabl on after Wed mesday, July, 903 Dividends uncatl ed are added to principal after JUly, 9U3 J DLZEpL BOWN, Manager, DVDEND NOTCE The German Savings ;Loan Society, B2G Calinia Street tfor half year ending with June 30, 903, a dividend has been declared at one-elgtv rate of three jh Wis) per cent per annum, on all de posits, free of taxes, payable on after Wednesday, July, 903 GEORGE TOURNY, Secretary Kaimuki! We have sale several choice lots n Kaimuki Tract near to line of Rapid Transit, will be sold at a bargain hereby request all persons having claims against Bow Sou Tong to present same to me at office at "Young "Ning Tong duly aunticated within 6 months or y will be ever "barred ll persons indebted to Bow Sou Tong are hereby requested to make payment to undersigned at above offlce Y NN, ssignee of Bow Sou Tong, Honolulu, June 27, 903 Maile Notice Saloon, Corner Smith King Sts isanv Nowleln Ned Doyle Proprietors, BEST GRDES BUBS Luncheon will be served between 2 d dally NOTCE During my absence from Territory, Dr George W Burgess will have charge of my practice DR W J GLBRTH June 2, 903 r Twenty-fiv- e cents pays Wont ad in Star bargain - - End of June First of July Offerings We want our or lalnnd friends visiting Honolulu to take advantage of our pomilar special sales Here are our offeimgs Monday, Tuesday JUNK ND JULY SPECL MLLNERY SLE il trimmed Hats at Just one-thir- d discount Think of it a $8 hat Hnd at ine same ratio all through stock HNDKERCHEFS GRETLY UNDERPRCED Extraordinary low price Hemstitched embroidered hkerchiefs, scalloped edge hkerchiefs, extra quality good assortment Worth double Sale price, 0c LDES WHTE HOSE With lace ankle, or all lace Excellent value at 33c Sale price 20c FR WELL COTTON Everyone knows t Yard wide Special price, Sc S DRY fill, Comer Fort Boys Shirt Waists Hsome Sweaters nd Light Weight Jerseys Going a tramp? play ball? or leaving a vacation trip? Nothing like a sweater or jersey se things We have some elegant ones Will not shrink or lose ir shape, New bathing suits men children ftk HWN ffltlt, 0, 9 Wednesday Beretania Streets ti nf arranged n part iyjihn Mtijggs Eaten an architectural engineer, who spent Loot four yeara in Europe met Dr Classen re Mr Ewen has of flees in Marauette building but de cllhed to discuss tbe details of Dr Clas sens enterprise, explaining that chemist vns reluctant to exploit hlii project juntll certain butlness features jiad been perfected - - Dr Classen himself last night begged to postpone all newspaper announce The undersigned begs to inijprm f, you have a small sum of miney Public that he has bought general Rice planting business of Wong Kwal, that you cant tflnd a good nvestment ments He declined this rearon to doing business under firm name of to "fit," we can "club it" with several iy wher" Emperor William was Yee Wan Sing of Koolau, Punaluu, Oahu, T H including lease of or small sums nvest t in guar personally nterested n his mauufac turing project, smilingly suggefltlng l, houses, animals, materials, etc, The transaction was completed on anteed securities you arid pay you that he would answer such nuestlons when he wac prepared to meke a mm May 30, 903 Should re be claims nterest n cash every six months plete statement of of any nature whatsoever against ils plans n like said Yee Wah Sing, he alone s responsible Let us tell you about t fashion Dr Casson asked that no pub Jlcatkin be made of location of m y do not concern ils present awdust storage-house- s undersigned HENRY WTERHOUSE TRUST CHNG LOOK COMPNY LTD STRUCK CHURCH June 27, 903 Lightning struck acethodisl church at Rockton,,, while Corner Fort Merchant Streets services were n progress or day three persons wwe seriously burned LEVNGSTONS though all will recover Their clothing was lttrally torn off The bolt follow ed a chelier The church was not damaged The Claudlne will make a special trip to Kabul ul on Friday 07 BSHOP ST lex Yoiinp Dldg TUftHDYi JUNK W, SHPPNG El RRVNG Monday Juin is m bark Moliluui Kellcy 20 days from San Kiuni o, at 4 p tn DEPRTNG Sunday, June 2S m bktn James Tuft, Frisdburg, Port Townieml, at 6 d m SSBNGEtS Departing Per stiiir V G Hall, June 30, - - MMalnii, Manlaen, Kona Kau ports Miss May E ljarls, J li Curts wife, Jnson ndrnde wife, Elizabeth Llllknlnnl, David nnd lexer Llllkalnnl, F Melnecke, W G Ogg, M F Scott, Mrs Perry nnd 3 children, J D Cackburn, Miss L Green, G F Mnydwell, Charles kanno, M Coble, Carvalho, James Masse, B Houghtnlllng, Mrs O Rosa, C Melnecke, nnd 5 deck Per schr Helene, June 28, San Francisco Mrs H Thev, W B Dodge nnd wife, Mrs De La Vergne, Mrs G Schwegat, Mrs S E Hartman, Master Rothwell Per stmr Klnau, June 30, Hllo Cecil Brown G H Gehr, Dr J J Grace, Mrs lapal, Miss J Kelllna, F Wttram, Frank Davey assistant, H,E Picker, L Warren, W C Dobbs Miss Feeney Miss R Bohenberg Mrs J R Collins, Oeonr Relnhardt Miss E Bohenberg, W C Moore George Macy, G F Davles wife Miss moe Lum, Miss C Snow, P P Woods, Major w a Purdy, Mrs S C Dwlght TTORNEYS HERNG Miss R Shnw, Mrs G L Desha, Queen Lllluoknlanl Miss Peck Cantnln Rpr-- M0000 Magoon said he regarded t ger, Joseph ea, Joseph imoku, Miss ns n hod-u- a blackmail, p, Vlthout aiyra Heleluhe, Lillian son 0P riem- He admitted that he - Keamalu, P Peck, C Long, Prince nni George Davis hnd received Mrs V nman, CMss Kahul out of 5000 P"! M- - Maria la,mlss B Cook, Mrs - - Knox, J Davis, but nsisted that J5000 Glgnonx, F M Klex wife; t0 Humphreys $30,000 compro-mahukon- a, rthur klna, Clement mlse was "unconscionable" "One third klna, Eben Low James Hattle Miss Hattle, Miss J Hattle, Miss H Woo, Miss Mary Woo, lice Lang, W Miss Edwards; Lnupahoe-ho- e,c E Blacow; Volcano, F Thomas nnd wife; Knwalhae, Husman wife, M Llppllt, Miss Vredenberg, Miss M Morris, Miss M lana, Master Gay; Lahalna, Miss M Center, Miss N Center, E PERFTJSE ND BLK-NS- Th trouble n th Ralkans U having one curious effect: t s sending up price of deilcate perfume "known riii th attar of roset The cent 8 now being retailed at 0 an ounce, nnd it s anticipated that n a months time that quantity will not be purchasable m under 5 The making of attar of roses is one of staule in dustries of priclpallty of Bulgaria The principal gardens ate at Kezanlik, ind extend 48 miles in valley of Martiza These wonderful priceless Kardens have more than, nee b,n cene of bloodshed There thu worst ut Turkish atioclties-wer- e whiihucu in 0, u ieu 0 Tne abrogation of nglo-turkis- h alll- - ance Now Bulgarians nt KezanllK are once morn desortlni? thaw nonnof,,! poetical occppason of iperfume uumiiic in oraer to snouiuer tne rifle with result that attar of roses is growing scarce in Belgravla Under normal conditions,ose extract is almost as precious as liquid gold n making of one ounce hundred--, weight roses nre used, Bulgaria ex-- ports 2V4 tons of attar of roses annual- - ly, representing a consumption of SW0 tons of flower tons of flower NOTHER OL COUNTRY large area of coal petroleum has been discovered n Kootenay, B C near norast corner of daho within 25 miles of Canadian Pacific rallway Twenty-fiv- e cents pays a Want ad n Star bargain GO TO THE GOLDEN WEST CGR STORE For High Grade Cigars at zonular prices Pure Sweet Milk Fresh Cream Butter Milk, English Ginger Beer or soft drinks always fresh nnd cold Next to Hawafan News Cos Store Continued from Page ), lol"l olljclld MCkil hllt ine siutrmwit stiicki-- out, Thf court rulid that had been railed by question "t maken no difference n ease," said Chief Justice Freur "but wns to have been called may st, though t is Just as well not to cumber record too, much with such matters" Tlhompson returned to rttftack nnd brought out n hot shot W S Ellis on account of latters alleged contradictory affidavits n matter of Sumners nsanity "Did you not appear n proceedings to declare Sumner nsane later to defend him?" Magoon admitted that he had appeared with George Davis n suit to declare Sumner nsane was now defending Sumner Thompson wanted to know about Ma-goomotion during trial to strike Humphreys nnd Thompson from record nnd why Magoon withdrew t The witness stated that t was because an mmediate hearing was demed nnd that would have delayed settlement of Sumners matters "You filed scalous charges nnd affidavits were not ready to go to trial?" asked Thompson Magoon said that he didnt want to delay case nnd finally admitted that he filed his cnnreres because or side had miule scalous charges against him Tere were lively nterchanges over l"c piupusmun anegea to nave been mnt3e by Humphreys to compromise of $5,000 was all right - but of wbb unconscionable, was it?" Magoon replied that re was nothing to be done n $30,000 case, which was a hold up only "Didnt you testify yesterday that you saw nothing mproper in Hum- COST ML TOMORROW Tl;re will be three days later mall liles of San Francisco miners nrriv ;tomorrow morning on S S hierra She will sail in afternoon or evening tvr Colonies THE JOOK 3E DDNT WRTE Count Leo Tolstoi recently told an in tervlewer an amusins: ncident whlrt, had occurred during his last stay in Crimea rich merican arrival in tho trrt ti,,uin 7lJ? would he content with a glimpse, ivuum not irouuie him vlth talk was 3?ave granted Tolstoi sat upon his bal cny, "like a Buddhist idol" an he k,li tho whole party of mprlno,,-- J?? owy silently bee him, - " " un Toii ZZ w"j,)v:?r efuf,? l? b9 bou", T: 4S," B" L! a had a profound nfluence unon mv but ittvf one which has taught me most is your" Hero she got name o f work The sick author leaned over rail of halcony, iioirr, n u smiie, "The Dead Souls?" "Yes, yes!" she replied, "That book," said Tolstoi, "was written by Gogol, not hy me" HERR MOST HS REFORMED John Most has remed, f reports from Chicago can bo credit! Tn n,out tmt, he advised his hear- - violence support,, walkuuull i im unuea states, John said it, if he deserves a meal ticket Want ads n Star cost but 25 cents eo rne T S DFFDRGNT NoW, Onoo upon a tiino nturionld&f modiciiio hold tlio notion tlifit; thoro woro iih many diftc?enl fc tlisimscs as tlio body him orlftha nnd pnrtbj ovcry ono of thbso iiilincntb requiring a diftoronb trciitmcnl Ho stupid n mistako could lead only to miacmblu fait-ure- a For tlio fact is, tlio body if? a singlo macliino; whut concern!) ono part of it conconib, moro or less closely, all tlio rest Thus wo boo how it happens that ono remedy, or inouo of treatment, may reliovo euro a variety of complaints, or what may appear ljko n Tarioty, but nro really various ms or outcomings of tlio samo canso Take, oxamplo, nemia, Scrofula, Poverty of lllood, General Debility, nfluenza, Throat Lung DiBeasCB, otc-- a midablo army indeed y look to bo: yet WPOLES PREPRTON qnickly abates tho worst of Buoh cases, absolutely cures many which havo boon aboned ait hopeless Tho roasons arc: ita power over tho digestivo assimilating process, its notion in oxpelling impurities from tho blood, its consequent ability to vitalize rebuild tho wholo structure t is palatablo as honey contains nutritive curative- properties of, Ptiro Cod Livor Oil, combined with tho Oompound Syrup o Hypophosphitcs Extracts of Malt Wild Cherry t waa not dreamed out, or discovered by accident; it was studied out, on tho solid principle oi applied medical science t i precisely what it is said to be, has; won tho confidoriceof publio on that basis Dr Thos Hunt Stucky says: "Tho continued use of it in my practico, convin- phreys proposal?" "t was all right if Humphreys ( LTD thought proper to make proposition ces mo that, it "is tlio most palatablo, least nauseating, best Cruz; Maalaea, Mrs, Balls, E, C him to do so,but thought it unconscionable" Mngoon admitted sub- 923 FORT STREET We make a specialty of carrying a good reliable ine-o- boys Brown, Dr George C Huddy shirt waists Something out of ordinary (Better mitting than matter to Sumner saying Jireparation nbw on tho markot" CONFERENCE; ordinary COMMlTTKlss that he had told Humphreys effective he would, "You cannot bo disappointed in it" Sold Nolice to Creditors, but would advise against it We are offering Representatives now a large assortment of,ncw styles of ppointed To Meet J O Llghtfoot was called as Jhe next by all chemists tho world over House Regarding celebrated "STR WSTS, leading line of Two (Measures witness His testimony was regarding MERC a conversation he had had with Humphreys in Supreme court library The undersigned, Erome nna Dl Gingham Percales, with high b turn down collars Two conference committees were anond, having been duly appointed Exe by Senate this morning He MENCE TO ODER said cutrix under Will ana of e Fit out your boy with shirts closing exercises that Humphreys of had told him Two communications from House that he expected to win There is now tate of William W Dlmond, deceased school Remember $00 buys best waists made "Ours" made, appointments necessary Sumner a coee in Hartd of a One case laibor body eir prohibiting n late of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, coiaimrrdcatlon was circuit regarding or supreme a member from "Unpaid court, serving hereby gives Bills notice to all creditors of measure in had national guard, The shown House him a hful noti-flw- George Hlndley Fl he deceased to present ir claims, Senate of gold, has Teslgned from Uhat t did not concur which he offered to bet nt big st Connecticut regiment la t Senate odds, kluly aunticated with proper amundment repaylnk jnat rar he would win case He than from local painters tleco-rato- rs imericjcn-hnwasn- n S SCompani" t900 had also said he would appeal fight union He was recording secretary of union, which suspended vouchers, if any exist, even f claim fnr ovencharge at pilot letru The ir to end s secured by mortgage upon real cs cjjmmuriicatlon noticed th Senate that Mips Maggie Clark, mer stenographer of firm of Humphreys, Thomp- roembcrfihlp until he coum show his him 60 lays from olllce, from tate, to her at "her place of business at Uie Hofse did not concur in ithf various Seriate juwesidments to Xoan son Watson, "was called to testify discharge fim militia, censur- JWolce rl W W Dlmond & Co, Ltd JpLos 53-S South King street, Will t was lidded ttal "Praildent legarding dictation ed n yhe City of Honolulu, Territory Of MERCHNT ND FORT STREETS Crabhe of him release going with troops to should ppolnv commltes to wwtih Mrs MaTla TJavls arid Hawaii, within six months from confer With House Wally Watertniry, because n doing so he acted against comirlutees rwgard-in- K Dnvls signed when day of first publication se of this no measures Sumner gave organized m labor s peaco in a SJ00, On tlce, or within six months from committee to confer restirdlng with community not to $3,0f0 be ir attorneys maintained, n, s Or, violence not to be day any She Unpaid such claim or claims fall due, bills item were Miss appointed Clerk was restrained f it be organized labor or y Senntocs Dicker, shall be MeCumiless ever barred uiu Kal- - ;Shuwn answers that disturbs filed by Sumner destroys? Springfield Republican mian textbooks ht hue wrltfcoa on Old aie told o fhuw Hlghton sent copy EMME NN DMOND, Executrix under Will of LCOHOL MDE chemistry have glvei-- his name profes Ṫb" SJloWJns-we- r appointed lo serve i ""Tltten by hanfl,to mce of Hl,m NOT WHT HE on fle sional fame throughout commkttee to Oae world confer rekardlmr pnreys EXPECTED Jnompson & Watson Judge Estate of W W Dlmond, tne Lmun deceasedbill jtems: His discovery of moans wjhareby chi,f, wumpnrey t Sharon shaft springs told her not to do any a countryman stepped up TBaldWiii Dated, Honolulu, Territory of Ha sawdust may senbertr be converted into alcohol waii, June 25, 903 OM SWU charcoal was mitde sume time ago Pat-k- n Bnntn t laore work to Mr llchton Roosevelt said, T Brcwn Nakapaatru Humphreys ticked Whars Prewidfent?" witness if he tne enate n adjurned "Did you "The commercial (importance of this mtil losndnt at or times wish to asked irclodk her to rco him anything in itomorrn-- mornrwg j write letters particular?" chemical possibility at once impressed do or work said Mr Roosevelt, scenting friends or his, SSGNEES NOliE itself on fliscovonar he arranged outside of perhaps firm work a Joke perhaps LRGE PLNT TO BE ESTB RELNDS to supply it n a buiiness manner GEBEN Miss Clark a mentioned compliment For names of LSHED NER CHCGO BY that purjkse;a site w:as purchased near Green s universally regarded, says senator Fostw Gill as persons " never seen but one president my n During big Chinatown fire in 900 Chicago a, plant erected iwtsttmlnster Qazette, s tot rish vhom she had written life letters an of added that course, would like to business of Young EUROPEN CHEMST Yuat Bow, con aoumulivtjoii nlornge color, tan antiquarians of sawdust, say that green see senator from Washington him on ginral principles," replied ass national flag ducted under firm name of Bow preliminary io constructing of a of 3relan is of iad kindly gfren her extra money countryman "But what wants comparatively modern origin nt)e Sou Tong, Maunakea street, Honolulu n mmense plant, says ine Chicago converting hit zt, tnousn she to admitted see factory that she was this one fur mos particular s to est authority to isxpresa an opinaun on juuy paid uy see &e firm if hes got m squirrel Oahu, T H, was destroyed by lire Chronicle, conversion of sawdust nto alcohol charcoal s to be through hlb agents, Dr Classen has (already arranged, cue auojyct is Canon French, a was papers teeth Blnce that time he has made an as that Judge say Gill?" an mmense learned asked he has" member of "Royal rlsh Thompson nd n re president displayed t elgnment to me of all his property established near thlb city Herr Clas supply of tt nominal prices, ficiiuemy tie (me, not accept tbe ex "benefit of his creditors sen, a famous European chemist holds material bslng uxtalneil from con pjuuiiuon mat ane green "t was 33 B Gill," said flag was witness, his "squirrel" teeth tin tho arm rank of privy councilor to Emperor cerns which in past have regtrded aiioptetl liy tne court indulged in mfited rishmen at a smile broadest of grins Kansajf City Journal William used German title of t as waste The low cost of raw close of 8th century "Dont you &y hleidltrg- remember Mr Watson - gehelmralh descriptive of that post, material, it s asserted, malces possible roe oraneo ana itlling you olue, tbe not ito do any latter be-ln- t: outside tyne- - in registering with Fran Clacsen s manufacture of tbe converted prod regarded by some as rish flag mriting a, Twenty-fiv- e s firm had enouch ror cents payi head of University of ucts at figures likely to He effect a com assert emwald green stard jnu t wan nskud, od a but witness in did tho Star Want bargain waa usea in he s also known as Dr Professor Classen, while score of Ger- - alcohol markets that merelal rel in revolution n charcoal but lth t was iot till centerry, nut remember She also stated that Che 8th ctsrtcury Sli-- huil xio rewilleetion of being told it became national color :not to write Hightons NEW Details of chemists trip Sumner case DVEUT8KMENT8 here were papers because Oie Tlrm had nothing to 00 wun tne cast; Notice to Greditors appointed The umlerslgned,7ia;vlng ibeen duly administrator of estate, of late--, Ho Mb TCee, hereby notice gives to creditors of said estoteno present ilr claims xluly aunticated with nronw ivh, ex, even tf claim is seoured by mortgage upon real property, at office of Ho Leone No 025 inus Stet?onoluu wlth,n months: from date, or y will be ever harred, (Dated nt Honolulu, June 30, 903 HO FONG, dministrator Estate Ho Mo Keo (June 30, July 7, 4, 2 hnd 2S ) STORES ND KOOMS TO LKT Unfurnished ranm lghte $500 per month; also store,? reasonable price pply to Chung corner lee ifort Kukul streets Delightfully Cool nd No Mosquitoes; THE VOLCNO HOUSE; Just Place To Spend Vacation, - Want ads in Star cost but S rents arfimt? T!i EPert Dentfets Honeet Work at Low Prices, The larcreat tm mnof ff mplcto oflices in iho cjty Tut Them JB Hottl Suttt ott LnloB n frcnt o ytnnr PulMinr 4s

7 aixr t V M HWN UTH WJHMr 0, 0M wrf! s! :T:,t,on 9 v CE QUESTON Ymi know youll ivl yni know ttn a noohlty n hot wear W balieve you we anxious lo get that lo which will Kitv you Mitlnfiutlon, tuj wed llko lo wuptly you Older from on n; i iiraim; co ObFMN & MRKHM Telephone, 3irl "Blue, Postolllcc Box RWN & CO, LTD Win G rwin President Manager nt Clatm Spreckcls First Vice-Preside- nt W f GifTard Second M M Whitney JrSeey Treasurer Geo J Ross uditor SUGR FCTORS, COMMSSON GENTS GUNTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Company of San Francisco Oal GENTS FOR THE Scottish Union National nsurance Company ot Edmhurgh WMioJma of Magdeburg General nsurance Conmanv croclated ssurance Co, Ltd, of Munich Berlin lliance Marine General ssurance Co, Ltd, of London Hoyal nsurance Company ot Liverpool lliance ssurance Company of London Rochester German nsurance Company U THT STNDS FOR Phoenix Pure Prepared Paint REDY TO USE lso a prepared floor paint Quick Dryer ilder & Co Limited FORT STREET Railway While Lead "Whito rm is ad, good, betiter or best, as t leads n following Characteristics: Wearing Properties Whiteness 3 Covering Properties L Freedom from Cracks 5 Coirtblning- with Colors to produce (tints 3 Freedom from Chalking la official tests of lajehpainlers Decorators ssociation, of Ohio, Railway "UTvile 4jcad alone vas declared to be thbbeat out of aamples submitted twenty-fou- r B i ml LMTED m South King Si emiddied m mo works (COMPNY, LTD) SBpf&s&de, cor llen Fort Sta Manufacturers of Soda Water, Gln-e- ei ie Sarsaparllla, Root Beer, Cream Sodjc, Strawberry, Etc, Etc NOTCE U billaf duo On Tai Co mutt bo paid by tbo 5th of July or thoy will bo placed in tha hs of a collector immediate settlement, Btav Want (s pay at once L Bad Skin rlck your skin with n neodlo You Will se t s lull ot blood, (nil nil tlmo Hut what kind of Mood" tloli tiuil jmro OrthlunnJ mpure? luro blood umkos tlio skin clear, smooth, healthy tupuro blood covers tho skin with pimples, sores, bolls, oczuuia salt-rhoueruptions, tottor, The undersigned having been duly appointed Executrix of last will testament of George W Patterson, late of Honolulu, sl of Oahu, Ter ritory of Hawaii, deceased Notice s hereby given to all persons to present ir claims against Estate of said George W Patterson, deceased duly aunticated, wher secured by mortgage or orwise, to undersigned at o :e of Cecil Brown, Esq, 97 Merchant street, Honolulu aesaid, within six months from date hereof, or y will be ever barred nd all persons indebted to said Estate are hereby requsted to make immediate payment to undersigned Dated, Honolulu, June 6, 903 D PTTERSON, Executrix of Last Will Testa ment of George W Patterson, deceased Cools You Off On hot days you want a drink that s really cooling one that cools blood good beer does this should be regular hot wear drink Cool, sparkling Feels cool all way down, ever tried it? Better GENTS FOR HW PHONE WHTE 33 P O BOX 57 THE New Overlanc MTBD SN FRNCSCO TO CHCGO N Less Than 3 Days ND NFW YORK 3 Days 9 Hours EVERY N DY TRN Bath, Barber, Buffet, Library, Electric Lights, Heading Lamps, in Every Berth, Observation CnrQ Telephone Service, Sourn Pacific E O MCCORMCK Passenger Traffic Managar DSBRMENT CSES BEGUN NDtHWS NTRODUCES RECORDS N UVDKNCH ND MGOON TKES THE STND The Sumner disbarment case trial was begun yesterday afternoon n Supreme court, after reading ot charges answers of respondents ttorney General ndrews began by ntroducing in evidence records of various Sumner cases, showing of attorneys rein There wns an objection, resulting n a majority ruling of Justices, to putting n transcript of testimony n last case tried bee De Bolt Humphreys Thompson objected on ground that transcript was not proper except to prove ir appearances n case, y admitted appearances Chief Justice Frear announced that a mnjorlty of court lngs, while sprains, bruises, burns Mr Frank lewctt, of Kalgoorllo, W, scalds t s invaluable One ap- - J Bcnilsliliiiliotoftraphniid tells wlut cured lilm pucniion gives reiiei jui ucueis, wiv " When a boy my skin liroko out n bad sores son, Smith & Co, general agents about my hs fter trying a great many allowed evidence to go n, dissenting Justice being remedies in vain, took ycrs Sarsaparllla Gal-braltapparently h was quickly cured Recently was Twenty-fiv- e cents pays a Want troubled again with severe bolls, but ono sanio old remedy completely cured J lfred Magoon was called as ad n tho Star bargain mo ts tbo greatest g medicine n tho world" Humphreys left bench he hod told first witness He stated that bee Magoon that he was likely to be called BY UTHORTY nto Sumner case, Magoon had stated that he didnt see any harm in accepting such a call, in view of Excursiou to Kalmlui early retirement of Humphreys from bench, already announced Magoon told how he had been called to July 4fh, 903 Sarsaparma assist George Davis n guardianship suit, said that Thompson as- There aro many imitation " Sarsaparlllas" llo sure you get ycrs sisted High ton Sumner, as he supposed, in that case Magoon said that will from Honolulu Friday at 7:30 Steamer Claudlne, Parker master, id tbo Sarsaparilla by keoplngyour bowels in good condition with ycrs Pills Humphreys during last case, offered to settle $30,000 more, rive at Kahulut at daylight Will sail p mj touching at Lahaina, will ar Prepared by Dr J C yeri Co Lowtll, Mts, USU Elllses, told Magoon that out of from Kahulul Sunday at 6 p m, touching at Lahaina, will arrive at Hono- such a settlement Magoon might Notice to Creditors charge Sumner 3,000 Humphreys lulu early Monday morning Fare might charge Elllses $3,000 as fees Magoon also said that Humphreys told him that Sumner would accept settlement if Magoon advised it told Magoon that all that mattered was fees ndirectly, after objections had been sustained to his conversations with Sumner, Magoon told of submitting proposition to Sumner, saying he had ngreed to do so, said that Sumner had finally agreed to pay $2,000 He went to Humphreys ofllce to make a proposition, but bee he had time to make it Humphreys said that t was useless, as he would not take $29,999,-9-9 demed $30,000 Mngoon said that he had come to terms with Thompson on a basis of $2,000 Elllses, typewriting of agreement had begun, when Thompson went to consult Humphreys, who demed $,000 as a fee This ended negotiations, Magoon refusing, case was ree tried, Magoon said that Humphreys told him he expected to win n circuit court would appeal f he didnt On cross examination by Humphreys Magoon said that he had not regarded Humphreys proposition to him as dishonorable when asked when he came to so regard t said " have not said that regard it so now" WNTS MORE MRNES ssociated Preps Morning Service WSHNGTON, June 29 dmiral Evans recommends that Navy Department ncrease number of marines in Orient to meet emergencies which may arise in China OVERLND RLROD ssociated Press, Morning Service CRSON, Nev, June 29 The West ern Pacific railroad has been ncorporated with a capital of $30,000,000 to build a transcontinental line to San Francisco via Beckwlth pass Surveys ure being made V HVERMEYER DED ssociated Press, Morning Servlcp CHCGO,, June 29 William Havermeyer, a bror of Henry Osborne Havermeyer, interested in merican Sugar Refinery, died here today NUNDTON FOLLOWS DROUGHT ssociated Press Morning Service NEW YORK N Y June 29 Terrific rains fell over State today after a prolonged period of drought n some localities ve feet of water fell One drowning resulted THE POPE ssociated Press Morning Service ROME, June 29 The condition of Pope, though serious, shows a slight mprovement The Government has troops n readiness any emergency will insure liberty of conclave when it meets to choose Popes successor UNTED STTES S WTNG ssociated Press Morning Service WSHNGTON, June 29 No action will be taken at present n Mnn-churlaffair Russia s apparently conciliatory ELEVTOR NJURES MNY sociated Tress, Morning Service PTTSBURG, Penn, June 29 n elevator fell today in one of large buildings of Heinz pickle words at a time when many of employees were leaving building Twenty-thre- o persons were injured it is feared that some of se will die BTES NEW VENTURE Tom Bates Organizes a Theatrical Company of His Own V KlWnrdn tin ntm-- rntupiiny n fmt n- - hits wn with Mr Ellefonl from utart of tho Ellrd company Hi- - nun iv wide arquiilntnmp ntul knows th- nme - from lo V, t UrttKon yearn lmn been associated with our bent comimnlen, ami n rated a clever artistic comedian For lhnt year he hag been comedian ot Garden Stock Company n Han Jose bee that time toured coast with various compnnles Messrs Hates Wntson will present a lino line of plays, nterpreted by a strong company Tom Hates will look after routing nnd billing nnd l Watson will boss stage Walter McGinn will be business manager s he s recognized as a clever business man, be will hold up his end with credit Mr Hates tells Us he has nearly his entire season booked, nnd all prospects look very bright Chnmberlalns Pain Balm has no equal ns a household liniment t s best known remedy rheumatism lame back, quinsy glular swell- - round trip: first-clas- s, $750; deck, $300 Wllders S S Co NOTCE The undersigned has this day disposed of all his nterest n general merchise store at Hookena, Hawaii to Yuen Kee who will resume all liabilities all accounts due said firm should be paid to him Hookena, June 29, 903 Hawaiian ON Rowing SSOCTON EGHTH NNUL CHMPONSHP RCES ON July 4th, 903 OVER THE Pearl Harbor Course st Race J oared shell Seniors 2nd Race 4 oared shell Juniors Races will start at 9:30 a m after arrival of train Special train will leave station at 8:45 a m, running to end of Peninsula returning imme diately after races, will arrive in town at noon Round trip tickets 75 cents REGTT COMMTTTE To Whom t May Concern: We tho undersigned Manufacturers of Carbonated Beverages have med an ssociation mutual protec tion of our property, viz: bottles cases, loss of which during year last past lias been enormous, in fact to such an extent that we have not been able to pay more than running expenses s a matter of business, we will, on st day of July, 903, naugurate a system whereby a strict account of bottles delivered to received from each dealer n Carbonated Beverages will be kept, at end of each month or as soon as possible reafter our authorized agent will balance each bottle account should re be a shortage he will collect such deficit at rate of Five Cents per bottle; we respectfully request each dealer in Carbonated Beverages commonly called "Soda Water" to with us to extent of requiring a deposit of Five Cents per bottle where said bottles are taken away from ir place ot business We shall on above date discontinue practice which has heen n vogue some time of giving any "extra bottles" on each dozen any discount on our prices which will be net The ncrease in cost of ma- The current number of San Franciscterial loss of bottles has ced T H GOODMN, Dramatic Review says: us to make this change n our business General Passenger gent combination of two clever people, methods two popular ones, too, has been effected this week, that will have quite a port in past solicit a continu- We thank our patrons ir sup- SN FRNCSCO, CLFORN heming on atrical situation of ance of same under new conditions west Tom Bates, agent, nnd POLCE RDED KKKO l Wntson, comedian, have organized tho Bates Watson Company FOUNTN MNERL ND SOD HWN SOD WORKS s result of row n Kakaako Sundny whereby a native was severely will open ir season within WORKS beaten police began to raid Kakaako yesterday! Twelve men were knows Tom Bates His superior as an RCTC SOD WORKS next month Everybody out west STR SOD WORKS CO all-rouarrested charged with vagrancy hustler s not known n se ENTERPRSE SOD WORKS Tho crowd was composed of negroes parts For a number of years, he has CONSOLDTED SOD WTER Porto Rlcans been successful agent Manager WORKS CO, LTD t t!?"? ; vv a : e: ism i On Every Can of S W P The Following Guarantee is Printed : S-W- -P "We guarantee that this paint, when properly used, will pot crack, flake, or chalk off, will cover more surface, work hotter, wear longer permanently look better than or paints, ncluding Pure White Lead Oil - "We hereby agree to feit value of paint tho cost of applying t, f, in any nstance t s not found as above represented" best prepared paint made, at E 0 HLL & SON, LTD Dogs Can be Kept in Excellent Condition FEED THEM SPRTTS DOG CKES The impression prevails that dogs in Hawaii cannot keep well, but we know that every case where Spratts Cakes are used is a contradiction to that idea Spratts Cakes makes m fat sturdy gives a gloss to ir hair Just arrived fresh SPRTTS DOG CKES ND PUPPY CKES H MY & COMPNY, LMTED 22 Telephones 92 Straw Hat Shirt Factory SHRTS, HTS ND PJMS MDE TO ORDER T VERY LOW PRCES YMTOY, (FORMERLY MURTS STORE) NUUNU STREET REDUCTON NER HOTEL Beginning Saturday June nd Ending July 3 rv SLE! TO DVERTSE OUR NEW HT STORE WE WLL FER OUR STOCK HTS T VERY LOW PRCES THE SME LSO PPLES TO OUR (fents FURNSHNG ND FNCY DEPRTMENT K FUKUROD HOTEL STREET TELEPHONE WHTE 242 P O BOX 896 Want ads n Star bring quick re- - suits" Three lines three tlmea 25 pnn t a f you want to say that re s a better typewriter than th better say t oee you see Dens-mor- e You cannot say t afterwards Tho Densmoro ball bearing s highest point n typewriter quality equipment yet attained by any T-w- Stores (MERCHNT THE YOUNG : STREET ND N BULDNG T Want ad8 n Star brincr nnick r suits Three lines three time U nnia

8 Witt HWN STR TUHSDY, JUNM H L Panaixia NEW LNE PRCE FROM r 4 mmr Ml Ways XWWi HttOW bout to bo Upon a trip to mo llllu Of Wul do wer Jll have no fear Jleoou-- ll tlrlnl: rcod Primo beer i primo STRENGTHENS ND NVOOTKS T S NOT FORTFED, X,TKE MPORTED BEERS WTH all dealers ) Jtxst Received O 30, S KNG STREET OO to K XSOSHM, Cleanliness s Next to Godliness M O v ft S PURTY i6o Hotel Street Oregon Block TELEPHONE MN 5 Bargain fine large Building lot on scopes of Punchbowl graded ter--( raced, comming a beautiful view of Diamond Head sea s offered sale at a bargain The place s high dry, yet not two minutes distance from Rapid Transit ears Just place a home out of town as far as dust smoke are concerned, yet within such an easy distance that a man could have plenty of time to go home to lunch nyone nterested can have full particulars at this office Box 6 Phone Blue DELERS N Groceries Fresh Fruits Commission Merchants Hotel Street Honolulu, H T Want ada in Star cost but 25 cents lager PRESERVTVE CDS sell primo SO NER BETHEL NOTCE The Lewers & Cooke Building 69 KNG STREET Removed to corner of Nuuanu Beretania streets n addition to JPNESE PROVT SONS DR YGOODS a wholesale LQUOR department has been opened Tel White 72 P O Box 8SS GoiDg Out of Business intend to close out my business at end ofthis month, My entire stock consisting of hats, silks, dress goods, underwear, millinery goods will be sold BELOW COST FOR CSH Montano, rlington Block Hotel Street near Fort Removal Notice! The Sun Chung Kwock Bo, Ltd, has removed to King street, between Smith Maunakea streets n new build-n- g of United Chinese Society The only Chinese newspaper published three times a week n Territory We take orders all kinds of printing 9 t n Chinese, etc King Edward has decided to sell his automobile pain his yacht white s re some nternational complication behind this? EXTERMNTED MDWY c, Mni ulnll U Sunday morning from Midway sl has brought this mntter to attention of tho Governor t s not mprob able that some proclamation prohibiting taking of birds on thrun qlnnils will be ssued by Governor Cor tnlnly some such measure to stop depredations of Japanese s needed When roquois arrived at Midway this month, Captain Pond who had visited sls n 900 expected to find usual extensive amount of bird life: To his nstonlshment ho found that compnrntlvely few birds were loft The cause of this depletion of bird life was very apparent Japanese schooner with a party of 37 Japanese was at sl These Japanese hnd been engaged months n tnklng birds s result of ir work, y hod practically denuded sls of albatros dusky tern varieties that were to be found on Midway The wings are most valuable portions of birds ll about tho beach could be seen evidence of work of destruction Countless number of birds had been njured by Japanese n taking m birds were dying of se njuries Captain Rodman lost no time n deal- We beg to call attention of Public n general to fact that our household department on our second floor s now complete n all ts lines ing with Japs s Naval governor We will be pleased to have you call of isl he fired entire outfit view same, our full staff of off bodily The Japs did not return to salesmen will be ready to escort you ir own l but sought anor sl to continue ir profitable work by elevator to large spacious upper floor where you will be surprised They went to Lisiansky sl at extreme LOW PRCES on all when roquois touched nt that goods where you will see very sl- on her way home June 23, same latest novelties as well as Staple schooner same Japs were taking birds The Japs were at once Household Utensils etc, etc Every thing marked n plain figures ordered off Lisiansky That some protection should be given bird life on various sls ing to northwest ly- is appafent Tho matter has already been brought to LEWS & CO, LTD attention of Governor Dole some action will no doubt be taken to suppress abuse The Japs are The Big Grocers culprits n addition to Japs violating of laws regarding ruthless slaughter of game, t s very prbobale that Japs can be prosecuted, deported Racos Druff Killer will keep Vourscalp ag clean free from 2402 Telephones 240 violations of alien contract la druff scale bor laws They are hired by ir bosses to work at a certain amount of SolH toy all (Druggists at THE YOKOHM SPECE BNS wages a certain length of time, K ix Those sls are United States property of Hawaii The labor laws npply to LMTED m as well as to any or section & CO,, L Subscribed Capital Yen 24,000,000 The only dllilculty s firing Japs Paid Up Capital - Yen 8,000,000 away However some steps will prob QUEEN STREET Reserve Fund Yen 9,000,000 ably be taken to protect birds und HONOLUL ) H T prevent ir extermination Many of HED FCE, YOKOHM tile otlier sls between Midway GENTS FOR Honolulu appear to have been visited Hawaiian gricultural Company, Ono The Bank buys receives collection Bills of Exchange, ssues Drafts route home Captain Rodman by Japanese n ilea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Walluku Sugar Company, Letters of Credit, transact a stopped at Laysan sl Every thing Cokala Sugar Plantation Company, was Ealeakala Ranch Company, Kapapala general banking business in line condition He wns much pleased with method taken by Max Eanch NTEREST LLOWED hcniemmer to protect Guano birds, Planters Line Shipping Company Charles Brewer & Cos Line of On fixed deposits P Boa-to- kets n 2 months, 4 per None of se birds are allowed to be cent per annum slaughtered n consequence birds are on LST FCERS On fixed deposits 6 months, 3 per sl n vast number The roquois stopped at Laysan Charles M Cooke President cent per sl June annum 24 Mall was brought V-Pr- Geo H Robertson & Mgr from Laysan un TS; Faxon Bishop JTreas & Secy tlxea deposits U months, 3 per isl W F llen uditor cent per annum The Japanese were ndirectly res P C Jones Director Branch of Yokohama Specie Bank ponsiuie both Captain Rodman of H Waterhouse Director roquois Captain Rlnder of O R Carter Director b b Coptic being badly fooled The ll of above named constituting WeTr RepulJlic i Builflins Board of Directors - Honolulu optic stopped H at Midway June 3 from Honolulu with mall Captain Rlnder reported that he had passed within seven miles of Hernias Pearl reef lie seen slgnalys of jjjtnrteyant Drng Co, distress llylnc Hirose Shoten, He was of opinion that re must be a shipwrecked crew on that reef, t so happened that Captain Rodman had been fooled also when roquois was approaching that reef When go ing out Captain Rodman offl cers?ay what y thought were signals of distress hoisted on Hermas Pearl reef The vesel went close in shore Not until one of "signals" of distress suddenly flew off pole, dived down nto water came up swallowing a fish, did officers realize what signals were nt The "signals" were nothing but birds that had roosted on poles me Jnpanese had erected about huts on reef There wbr no crew at all on reef but re was ample evidence that Japs had lived on place a time, NUMEROUS SSULT CSES Henry u was charged with assault battery today at pollcj station He s accused of attacking will proceed a native East while Mr Coke will n Kakaako yesterday during a crap visit his old home n Oregon may game bring buck his famljy Their friends George Nalwl was charged nt Valluku gave with m a big farewell assault with a deadly weapon luau at Judge Kaluas surnmr He retreat shot n Kuhekill luo Valley n abdomen yesterday morning while nt revolver rraetlce t has been CHRSTN ENDEOR stated that re was cause between men on account ( f a woman n nvj (ligation by Hawaiian Christian Endeavor Union The eighth annual convention of authorities wrt however to prove will be held at Central Union that th- - shooting had bjen an accident church on Thursday evening, July 2nd, Frank Boyd was charged yesterday with bell? unlawfully on tho promises of Deputy High Sheriff Chllllngwunh SUNDY FGHT X KKKO Robyrt Kahunul wns set upon by a crowd of men n Kakaako last Sunday afternoon badly beaten His head was cut he ws generally bruised rendered unconscoius Negroes were sild to have attacked th native as result of a dispute ovr a crap game Henry Kknha a natlw, was arrested charged with bavins be--n one of party that atticked Kahunul The latter was improving n condition at tho Queens Hosplto) today JUDGE WLCOX MPROVNG Judge Wilcox s reported to be mproving at i Queens Hospital today Want ads n Star Cost but 25 cent m mm n fill K"XXW"M,X,:,,:":"5"X,"M: Tho KHlllrttlnK vxrvrlrrn at O Colleico nst pvpnlng wvtv well attend CPTN HODMN FOlND PRTY ed Paunhl Hall wm crowded The Valedictorian was Mar-tflm- Miss Luvertie ll JPNESE TKNG BRDS ON who had earned i honor n accordance with rules of echool THT TOLL by sting at head of her plans throughout four years course Her Unless sonic measures nre promptly iiveraire wns ninety-fou- r per cent tnken by Territorial government to Frederick Dwhi Lowrey, Salu- - protect tlie birds on various sls tatorlnn, stood next with lying per nlntty-thre- e to northwest from Honolulu, cent feared nhabitants on those sl The opening nvocation was by Rev George L Pearson The address to s will soon be exterminated s a class wns by llxhop Restnrlck The matter of fact this s precisely what benediction wns pronounced by Rev litis occurred on Midway The Japanese bird hunters nre culprits Cnp-ttil- n Dr C imerserve The members of Rodman commer of U S S roquois which returned early, class were as follows: Classical Course Douehis rchibald Klnctild, Luverne Len Mnrshnll Margaret Lewers Peterson, Henry lexer Walker er, Literary Course rene Lenore Flsh- - Florence Hill Frederick Dwlght "" ruy, Ju"" oiuiiuiiik, mint iavi spinsie,, nut), Whitney, Jane Lathrop vinne Scientific Course lbert Barnes Clark, Jr, Robert Menees Davis, Mark lexer Robinson commercial course winim tienry Campbell rchibald l Hapal TRY TO OUST CMPBELL THE HOUSE CLLS FOR HS RE-N- D SGNTON RSES SOME SLRES The House yesterday afternoon adopted resolution asking Superin tendent Cooper to call resignation of ssistant Superintendent Camp bell, by same vote as resolu tion of want of confidence n Campbell Lewis, Vlda Greenwell were ap pointed a committee to nvestigate an alleged shortage n cement, which Har ris said was due to lack of system n department The House voted to appoint a committee on House bill number two Speaker Beckley appointed Kelllnol, Gall, Oil!, Knnlho, Fernez Harris The six months salary bill was tnken up, salary of Superintendent of Public Works was put back to $2,250, same as or heads of departments The deputy attorney general was raised to $,500 attorney generals stenographer to $750 n amendment to reduce salary Superintendent of Pubi, Vqrks wns lost MRRED DENERT DNELS inene Maul June 27, 903 SU becca Daniels daughter of W HN - of Walluku, to W Deinert u- - nene CURTS-L- PERRE t residence of Rev Mrs E S Muckley Honolulu, Hawaii, June 29, 903, Rev Muckley officiating Miss J La Pierre of Palo lto, Calinia, a cousin of M La Pierre of Honolulu, to J P Curts of Knllua, olerk of third circuit court Following ceremony, a wedding supper was served at Hawaiian Hotel Mr Mrs Curts leave Kallua by V G Hall today NDRDE-THOM- S t Catholic Cadral, Honolulu Hawaii, June 29, 903 Rev Far Stephens officiating Miss Mary S Thomas to J ndrade Mr Mrs ndrade leave Kona on W G Hall today DED DUDOT t residence of Cnpcn Mrs lexer Mackintosh, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 28, 903 nged 84 years, Mrs nne Dudolt, widow of late Jules Duo)t, many years French Consal to Hawaiian Kingdom The funeral was held yesterday morning from St ndrews Cadral The interment was at Nuuanu cemetery Mrs Dudolt was born Coney, married her husb here He came here at a very early day He s said to have been a bror of ihe famous Count du Montmorency of Paris, though or reports state that he was bror of a very famous French naval officer He was murdered n his bed by a Chinese servant many years ago Mrs Dudolt at same time receiving woutvls of which scars remained till Du-dolher death Mrs ts sister died only a few months ago Two children survive Mrs Dudolt, Charles Dudolt, of Pukoo, Molo-k- al Captain n Jules Dudolt of MUNS GONG TODY ttorney James L, Coke R Wadsworth, manager of Maul Soda Works, arrived Hn Claudlne en route to Coast Mr Vadsworth at 7:30 p m ll nterested n Christian Endeavor work are nvited to d sunrise payer-meetln- g will be held at Central Union church on Thursday morning at 6 a m Change ot water often brings on diarrhoea For this reason many experienced travelers carry a bottle of Cham-berluln- s Colic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy with m to be used in case of an emergency This preparation has no equal ns a cure bowel complaints t can not be obtained while on board cars or steamship, that s where t is most )lkely to be needed Buy a bottle bee leaving home ll dealers, Benson, Smith & Co, general agents Twenty-fiv- e cents pays a Want ad n Star bargain Life Fire r:iiiiivim mc WoirC2JY BLOCK, l?oht fj" KCCV Goo Cixxx Ss Co, Have opened ir new store on tho corner of Hotel Nuuanu Streetav offer laces, embroidery, ginghams, musical nstruments such as guitars, molins, harps, accordions, banjos at very reasonable prices GrM linen n different colors a specialty, Oriental Bazaar We have on display this week a fine line of Light Weight, Pongee Silks Summer wear lso a complete line of or silks season Walty Building, King Street, Phone W BY UTHORTY TX SSESSORS FCE To of First Tax-paye- rs Division, sl of Oahu: The Tax ssessors Books year 903, several Taxation Districts, will be open inspection by persons liable Taxation, between st 5th day of July (Sundays excepted), from 9 Oclock n enoon until 4 oclock n afternoon, as follows: DSTRCT HONOLULU t ssessors Ofllce, Judlclaty Building, Honolulu DSTRCT EW ND WNE t Oahu Railway & L Cos Depot, Pearl City, Ewa, Tjetween st 5th days of July, at Court House, Walanae, toetween st Cth days of July DSTRCT WLU t Post Ofllce, Walalua DSTRCT KOOLULO t Court House, Hauula DSTRCT KOOLUPOKO t tha Office of Deputy ssessor, Kaneohe JS V PRTT, ssessor First Division Honolulu, June 2C, 903 NOTCE TO TXPYERS The taxpayers of this Territory are hereby notified that returns showing amount of ncomes derived durlns year next preceding first day of July, 903, in accordance with provisions of an act entitled "n ct to provide a Tax on ncome," approved 30th day of iril, 90, should be rendered to sassor or Deputy ssessor of district n which person or corporation making return resides or does business, between first thirty-fir- st days of July, 903 For purpose of receiving such returns Tax Ofllce n several districts will be open during regular business hours during month Return blanks may be had on application at several Tax Ofllces JS V PRTT, ssessor of Oahu V T ROBNSON, ssessor of Maul N C VLLFONG, ssessor of Hawaii J K FRLEY, ssessor of Kauat pproved: N KEPOK, Treasurer Honolulu, June 20, 903 General Headquarters, Territory of Hawaii, djutant Generals Ofllce, Honolulu, H T, June 9th, 903 General Orders No 9 n election will be held at Regimental Headquarters on Tuesday, July 7th, 903, at 7:30 p, m, election of following Field Officers of tho First Regiment, National Guard of Hawaii: One Colonel, One Lieutenant Colonel, Two Majors Major J V Pratt of General Staff will preside at said election By order of Commer-ln-Chl- ef : JNO H SOPER, djutant General PUBLC LNDS NOTCE On Saturday, July 25, 903, at 2 oclock noon, at front entrance of Judiciary building will be sold at Publlo uction, lease of piece of Government lnnd, situate on mauka side of Lot 3, Wnhlawa, Walalua, Oahu, containing an area of 0 acres, a little more or lebs "Term: Lease 2 years Upset Value: 50c per acre per an-- opposite dvertiser hlte 2740 Marine Office num, payable semiannually in advance "For furr particulars as to conditions of lease etc, apply at PufcUa L office, Honolulu E S BOTD, Commissioner of Public Ls Publlo L ofllce, Honolulu, June 24, 903 PUBLC NDS NOTCE On Vednesday, July 29, 903, alt 2 oclock noon, at front entrance ot Judiciary Building, will be sold at "Public uction lease of tha l of Honuaula, N Kona, Hawaii, containing an area of 3044 acres, a little more or less Terms: 2 years Upset rental: $25000 per annum ipor furr particulars as to conditions of lease, pla, etc, npply at tha Public Ls Office E S BOYD Commissioner of Public Ls Public Ls Office, June 29, 903 WTER RTE NOTCE n accordnce wlt? Section of Chapter XX of Laws of SS0: ll persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates are hereby notified that water rates term ending Dec 3, 903, will he dua payable at office of Honolulu Vater orks st day ot July, 903 ll such rates remaining unpaid fifteen days after ney are due "will bo subject to an additional 0 per cent ll privileges upon which rates remain unpaid ugust 5, 903, (thirty days after bscomlng delinquent), are liable to suspension without furr notice Rates are payable at ofllce of tho Water Vorks n basement of Capitol Building NDREW BROWN Supt Honolulu Water Vorks-- Honolulu, June 20, 903 LEGL NOTCES N THE CRCUT COURT FRST Circuit, of Territory of Hawaii n Probate t Chambers n matter of Estate of Robert William Holt, deceased, testate On reading flllnpr i petition of Bruce Cartwrlght of Honolulu, sl of oanu, administrator with will annexed of said estate, praying to he allowei to resign as such administrator with will annexed, appointment of Henry Smith as his successor saia resignation ana appointment to take effect from tho fifth day of June 900: " Tt s ordered that MONDY, 27th day of July, 903 at ten oclock a ra in Court Room of this Qourt, in Judiciary Building n Honolulu, sl of Oahu, be same hereby s ap-- uimci me nine uim piace ior nearinfr saiu application, when where tha heirs, next of kin of said Robert" William Holt, deceased, all per sons concerned may appear show cause why same should not bn granted By First Judge of said Court P DNSON KELLETT JR dork Dated Honolulu, T, June 8, 903, N THE CRCUT COURT THEj First Circuit, Territory of HawatU t Chambers Richard H Condon v Mary Hlckey Condon Chambers Summons The Territory of Hawaii: To High Sheriff of Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy; Sherlft of sl of oahu, or his Deputy: You are commed to summon Mary Hlckey Condon to appear ten days after service hereof, if she resides on isl of Oahu orwise twenty days after service, bee such Judge ot Circuit Court of First Circuit as shall be sitting at Chambers n tha Court room at Honolulu Oahu to an swer annexed petition divorce o Richard H Condon nd have you n re this wru with full return of your proceeding reon ltness Second Judge of Circuit Court of First Circuit at Hono lulu this 25th day of May 903 P H LOUCKS T Clerk,;t 7k t &!, Mm

9 a6or mwfci,,r " POKUOT thoikkir h nl NOT to get ktura dont ho Wltt-- your book aro full of "Forgets" Hm time to mve thorn tirliil How do you know that YOUR ttook are HCUT? Rin Mo Up Main 39 t 5 my tiuhlnum to export books liavc a ce of REjULK nooount-nnt- 8 alwnys ready Expert ccountant, lcnl Estate tiiid Financial gent Rooms ami 2 lexer Young Block Telephone Main 39 CUROS! CUROS! Hawaiian Java, Samoan Tasmania Curios ll Kinds of Enameled Jewelry piucjes ijelovv competition Hotel Street Near Fort Fire nsurance! THE B F DLLNGHM CO, LMTED, General gents Hawaii tlait ssurance Company of London Phoenix ssurance Company of London New Yorfc Underwriters gency Providence Washington nsurance Company Phoenix nsurance Company of Brooklyn lbert Runs, Hanager nsurance Department office Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Building Cable ddress "RMTGE" rj nton STOCK ND BOND BROKER Hember Honolulu Stock Bond Exchange Office, Campbell Block, Merchant Street Honolulu, T H telephone Main, 0 P O Box 683 Correspondents San Francisco, Chicago- New York Stock Bond SExch&ages Dally San Franclcso quotations s33e!8t wool bunting all sizes up tn 0 feet Cotton Stick- - Vlags; Hawaiian Flags " it We make apodal flag3 of all! ;sr:,, CJNON ND HOTEL STS i Phone Main 37 i i i ewern lvnk ane fl K o Hull Son fate ldcherop Druff Klllr P i MtWS N NlJTSlUHili ll rai; in pli lliul t J t v Condensed aims ol tlio liny TH WETHER Wear Bureau, Puimhou p m Wind moderate Norast; wear clour Morning minimum temperature 7a; midday miixlmum temperature S3: barometer,! a m, 3002 steady (corrected gravity); rainfall, 2 hours ending 9 a in 0; dew point, 0 a in, 6"; humidity 9 a m, 7 per cent The hunting season opens tomorrow n administrators notice appears n this ssue Morgan announces a sale of household furniture Miss Castles Sunday muslcale will be omitted during July ugust There Will be a dance at Walklkl nnex on evening of July 4 Keep your scalp free from annoying druff scales by using Pachecos Druff Killer Princess Kawannnakoa will receive at her Walklkl residence this afternoon from 3 to 0 oclock Mrs Judd with her three younger children sailed Europe June 7 to bo gone about a year t s said that National Guard of Hawaii will parade through streets on morning of July 4 The Ladles Society of Central Union church will hold its regular meeting on Friday afternoon at 2:45 oclock n ladles parlor Mrs E C Judd who has been away from sls a considerable time, s expected to return by steamer from coast this week t ts elevation of 4,000 feet above sea level, with a delightful cool atmosphere no mosqultos, Volcano House s Just place to spend a vacation Former Delegate Mrs Robert Wilcox are going to spend a few weeks at Thomas Clarks home, Puuohala, Maui, benefit of Mr Wilcoxs health pies submitted, local agents MNY Lewers & Wood v t f fiasure K Wim-iuor- ts are nrivin & en t itd LEFT WTH Cooke WHY HE WS FRED music teacher has been dismissed from an ppleton (Wis) seminary because he wrote a light era n which! short skirts tights figured to some extent Some of our greatest politicians may feel at heart as Lord Chesterfield did when he saldthat "ola Lord Blank ipyself have boon dead two years, but we dont want t to be generally known" s Mr Hanna n that SONOM YUM H WMN BTt, TVMDY, JtXVN, N DUTY WE T HE RN SQLL HEVY?Ef ND STRONG TUDKK MKE HCK Tlttl VHY DHGRNKHK Promptly at daybreak, S S Sonoma whs sighted on time from South She docket! by S oclock at Hnckfeld wharf The vessel left Sydney June ", uckl June 9, Pago Pago June 23 nnd Fanning June 27 She experienced dirty wear, with strong trades rough seas There was plenty of rain to make trip disagreeable There s a good sized crowd of through passengers on vessel Eight passengers stopped at Honolulu Nothing in way of sailing craft war sighted during run mong her through passengers are: Mr Mrs CoiMnelgh atrical people They are going to mainl after an extended visit to colonies F Lohmann s a German mercantile dealer of Brewer Sydney Mrs G Hodson is wife of purser of vessel She is going to pay a visit to United States James Mills is Union Steamship manager of New Zeal He s accompanied by his wife W Sand is an ustralian politician He s accompanied by his ori The Sonoma s scheduled to depart at 3 oclock this afternoon from Hackfeld wharf, San Francisco She will take a big crowd of passengers from this HELNS port RE THNpiTES SENOR EVENT SEEMS TO BE N FVOR BLUE CREW PLNS THE RCES Every can of S W P is guaranteed to work better, wear longer, permanently look better than or paints Betting has scarcely begun on Pearl Harbor rowing races ccording to present Stores nnd prospects unfurnished rooms at Healanls senior corner crew of lias Kukul best of proposition Fort street n fact y ought to win rent The Myrtle followers appreciate superiority of Miss Nellie Judd with two of her V caiani J wicn,! im lure MUU ulll UU iiquicwa, suns oi uie laie uniei justice, iqj- - oaus rue uieaianl senior crew Judd, who have been at Hotchklss Should be favorites in betting The school n Connecticut past two Myrtles have gotten toger a strong years, are expected by Sierra this crew, but t is not so strong as he orig--, week illal ne with which y had started n official tests of Mnster out Llshman Lyle two of Painters Decorators ssociation veterans of club, are laid out with niitn T?nll,r P M,, T dengue fever, will be unable ito The Healanls think y have a strong crew Junior race This event will be very closely, contested, however, two crews seem to be fairly well maitched Junior event is an uncertainty, howvver, reversals of torm are most surprising sometimes The crews of th iices on Saturday at Pear) Harbor are Healanl Senior: Stroke F B Damon: bow, li F Heilbron; No 2, Paul Jar-ret- t; No 3, Dan Renear, (Capt); coxswain, Harry Stelner Healanl Junior: Stroke, H Williams (Capt), No 3, F Williams; No 2, R McCorrlston: bow, J Clark; coxswain, Hnrry Tinker Myrtle Senior: (Capt) George Cro-zie- r, Stroke; W H Soper, No 3; O Sorenson, No 2; Sam Johnson, bow; M lvarez, coxswain Myrtle Junior: (Capt ) W Damon, stroke; Lewis King, No 3; W Simpson, No 2; Ruby Dexter, Ojow; M lvarez, coxswain The usual program will be followed t 8 a m Saturday train oonveylng officials und representatives of press will go to Pearl Harbor t 8:45 a m regular itraln public will leave Oahu depot t s expected that a much larger crowd than usual will go to races this year Certainly cordltlons are mucli pleasanter than those that merly characterized races nstead of train stopping within half a mile of water front crowds having to walk remainder of distance through nasty, red dust, trains will THE QUEEN, PRNCE KUHO, SEN- TOR PLMER WOODS GONG TO HLO BND LSO WENT The departure of steamer Klnau today Hlo way ports was cause of a very large crowd going to run down to water front Wilder wharf Queen Lllluokalanl passengers will be led n view of was a departing passenger Hllo course line pavilion has been Her attendants accompanied her erectej Senator Palmer Woods took departure The course s a mile a half The on klnau He s on commit- - finish will be across an maginary line tee of Kohala-Hil- o railway celebration July 4th, so he secured per- Peninsula s n mer years, re from end of i little wharf on mission from will be a boat stationed at half und President Crabbe of mile flags during tho races The men Senate to go to Hlo n se boats will signal by means of Prince Kuhlo was a departing passenger Hllo ir line llrst Red will be shown if a red or a blue Mag, vhlch crew passed Mrs Sam Dwlght Mrs Desha Myrtle crew, nnd blue f Hea-lan- took passage Hllo very large Through courtesy of Collector crowd left on Klnau Hllo Stackable fast gasoline launch Water Vtch has been secured use Captain Berger b were also passengers The Klnau s to return from Hllo on Sunday She will The representative! of jiress are to of officials n following race remain over accompany until Saturday evening this ra,e boat The steamer Maul will arrive Saturday The senior race wlllbe rowed first jn morning on Junior event The first Klnau run with race s to start promptly on arrival of 8:45 a m mall train GONG TO KHULU RCES The steamer Claudlne will make a special trip o Kahulul this week tp take over a crowd oflocal people who desire to witness Maul races The Claudlne will sail from Honolulu Friday night at 7:30 oclock She will touch at Lahalna, arriving at Kahulul at daybreak Rett rnlng she will leave Kahulul Sunday at C p m, returning to Honolulu via Lahalna She will arrive here early Monday morning The Claudlne sails this afternoon at 5 oclock on her regular run to Maul ports 4 Home Company isolooo Organized under laws of Territory of Hawaii, THE HWN RELTY ND MTURTY CO, LTD Loans, Mortgages, Securities, nvcstm ents eal Estate Homes Built on nstallment Plan Home Office Mclntyre Building, Ho nolulu, Territory of Hawaii TSig teaman RooB?y HurSfy Sq L C KENTWELL General Manager, T UCTON t residence of W li Mailing KH 33 Lunalllo street ON THURSDY, JULY 2, T 0 OCLOCK M The entire household furniture will be sold Particulars n tomorrows ssue JS F MORGN, UCTON Efci UCTON SLE mum Residence PROPKRTY ON STURDY, JULY, T 2 OCLOCK NOON t my salesroom, 42 Queen street, will sell at Public uction by order of Mrs E S Douglas that valuable property of estate of Mrs Ci Batchelor more particularly described as fol lows: ll of that property situated on Nuu-an- u street mauka of Vineyard street adjoining makal side of property of Mrs Foster The property has a frontage of 8S feet on Nuuanu street, a depth of 58 feet on one side 35 feet on or The grounds are well situated with two good houses n excellent repair on m There are also many ornamental, shade fruit trees n luxuriant growth The property will be offered as a While xtv will be subdivided nto three j parts Terms one half cash, balance n equal paymentspf one two years each, at 6 per cent per annum, secured by mortgage t same time re will be offered sale that certain property situated at Kaluaopalena, Kallhl, being a portion of R P G82, Kuleana 24 Size 84x96 feet, more or less Terms lor this piece will be cash ll deeds expenses of transfer at expense of purchaser Furr particulars to be had at my office nterested persons will be conducted to property Wlia JS F MORGN UCTONEER rfk Complete Kitchen Outfit as No 7 Lotus Stove, 2 pieces Pipe, Stove Lifter, Stove Scrapper, gate Kettle,, gate Saucepan, medium, gate Saucepan, large, Steel Bakepan, gate Coffee Pot, gate Tea Pot, Steel Fry Pan, Tin Dish Pan, Grater, Coffee Strainer, Tea Strainer, Dover Egg Beater, Kitchen Fork,, Drink KNG STREET Dimond Honolulu ron Works BT9M NGNBS, SUGR MLLS BOLERS, COOLERS, RON, BR83 ND LE- - 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