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v KSSEHlI i3 Hal Vol XV Oceanic Stesmsnip TIME TABLE H j - Passenger Steamers and aa Horoundpr - FROM FRANCISCO ALAMEDA AUG 8 SIERRA AUG ALAMEDA AUG 29 SONOMA 10 ALAMEDA VENTURA OCT 1 ALAMEDA OCT 10 SIERRA OCT ALAMEDA OOT 3L SONOMA NOV 12 ALAMED NOV 21 VENTURA DEO 3 ALAMEDA 12 SIERRA DEO 21 ALAMEDA 2 connection the sailing the steamers the Agents intending passengers through by any San all points tho United and by steamship lino European For iuither particulars apply to a ia B vb a W ill J SXL I 2 T3 ouoral Agoirfcs Oceanic mm EIXS FORT P O BOX 386 near On Draught or iu BottlesIce SPECIAL PAROELS MADE UP FOB tf Pbr ALAMEDA- - for Camariuo Refrigerntor--A- n extra nupply Grapes AppleB Lomons Oranges Nuts RaiBins Colory Salmon Cauliflower Rhubarb ¬ paragus Osbbexe Eastern and Cali- fornia ¬ Oysters in tin and shell Turkeys Flounders oto All game in season fresh Rook roft and California Qheoae prompt delivery CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET Corner Alakoa St WB summit iiB mHHHEMW VI MBHF WSMmuBBM Vi BOTH T AUGUST 1G v Tho Fino of Thia Lino Will Arrive Leave rVn Port SAN 20 SEPT SEPT 19 22 DEO JAN Limes King 1902 SAN ALAMEDA AUG 13 SONOMA AUG ALAMEDA SEPT 3i VENTURA SEPT 9J ALAMEDA T SEPT 24 SIERRA 30 ALAMEDA OCT 15 SONOMA OOT ALAMEDA NOV 5 VENTUKA NOV 11 ALAMEDA A NOV SIERRA DEO 2 ALAMEDA DEO 17 SONOMA 23 ALAMEDA 7 VENTURA 13 In with above are preparod to isnuo to coupon tickets railroad from Francisco to in States from York any to all ports fSl1 G S S Hotol St Coldi I710 frosh of Fresh As Grabs Also Swiss Croam Place your orders early and FOR 19 SEPT 21 2G DEO JAN JAN of Now S Fort Irwin Co RECEIVED Hngiish Blbaters- Findon Hac Fancy Cheese SEATTLE BEEE w a Jt- HONOLULU SATURDAY viilUCllli I FRANCSSCO LIMITED Company h 5 E 4lP 8 S Ea h v STPLHIEiEia- - TELEPHONES MAIN 22 21 92 Fred Harrison Contractor and Builder All Work Entrusted Promptly At-t- - tended lo 2238 tfi THOS LINDSAY MaaufactaTing tale Call and inspect the beautiful aud useful display of goods for pres enta or for personal uao aud adorn meut Lovo Building CSO Fort Stroet SOIl BAIiE 3500 HOUSE AND LOT ON Liliha Street near King Only small oash payment receivodi Apply to IjLIAMSAYIDGE CO 203 Merchant Street FACTS ABOUT HAWAII Father Boaman Writes En- - teitainlj of Bis Visit to These Islands Continued from yesterday CONDITIONS OF LADOIl The condition of labor may bo view- ed ¬ from two points Capitalists land owners and planters have every rea- son ¬ to bo satisfied with the present conditions They have searched the world for labor and have Imported Japanese Chinese Portuguese and Porto Rlcans These laborers toll on the plantations and In the mills at a wage which varies from GO cents to one dollar a day Owing to the fru- gality ¬ of their lives many of these la- borers ¬ manage not only to live but to slow away money for the future Many of these plantations are just now emerging from a tropical wilder- - Iness White labor could scarcely be induced to engage In this nloneen work and hence we see a providence In the presence of labor willing and apt for the work On the plantations wo noticed many fine cottages erected for the families of the workmen The large barracks which are so common are Invariably Inhabited by the- - Jap- - anesc who prefer this method of be- ing housed The Portuguese always laborious frugal and domestic are considered the best laborers The Chinese and Japanes6 are held in much esteem The 1prtp Uicaus hold the lowest place iu tho estimation of of employers Tho Japanese are gra dually leaving the plantations anrt congregating in the towns where they conduct small stores and shops From the American popular point of view considering tho dignity of labor and the equality of man the conditions on tho Islands are susceptible of much Improvement MAKE VIRTUOUS Wl ES It can be easily understood that where so many Inferior races mingle Iu social life mortality must suffer Trade luvlce is common Hut a short time ago the government lo allay tho social evil and prevent the wholesale spread of Infectious disease set aside Iwllel a district of Honolulu and confined to i under poIco protection tho existence of evil Uul so ram- - paut became the wickedness and so bold the buying of women and chil dren that an outcry was made agalust tho Governor and his faction which still goes on It will most probably have the effect of bringing a new regime Into power The Japanese are degraded They have no Idea of the sanctity of marriage To them woman Is but an object of convenience Tho Chinese practice many natural vir tues The other nationalities rank higher In tho social scale according as they havo received and practiced tho Christian Virtues Mttuy rami nqut and wealthy Americans English men and Germans have married ua tlvo women and find them excellent truo and virtuous wives Many chil- dren of these marriages are being educated in colleges and academies In tho United States Thoy haro found to bo bright and cheerful They aro considered most doslrahlo stu Continued on 4th jaje m in THja oiiiotjix court lausx CIRCUIT TEBBXTOHY OF 0H4MBEBB In the matter of the estate of KEANOLANl w late of Honolu- - lu Oahu docoapott intestate Petition having been filed by E A Williams of Honolulu Oahu a booa fide creditor of said iutoBtato praying that Letters of Ad mi Lus ¬ tration upon said estate be issued to A S Mahaulu Notice is hereby given that MONDAY the 8th day of SEP TEMBER A D 1902 at 10 oclock a m in the Judiciary Building Honolulu 0hu is ap- pointed ¬ thn tiuirt and place for hearing said petition when and where all persons concerned may appear and shovv cause if any they havo why said Petition fchould not be granted By the Court J A THOMPSON Clerk C A LONG Attorney for Petitioner Honolulu dahu August 1 1902 2273 lt oaw SHEBIITBS SALE NOTICE Under and by virtue of a certain Execution ieaued by Lyle A Dickey Second District Magistrate of Hono- lulu ¬ Island of Oahh Territory of Hawaii on the 21st day of July A D VM2 in the matter of LEWERS and COOKE LIMITED vs HENRY V MORGAN I have on this 2rd day of July A D 1902 levied upon and shall expose for Bale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the Pnlfee StatioD Kalakaua Hale in said Honolulu at 12 oclock noon of Saturday the 23rd day of August A D 1902 all tbo right title and interest of said Hcry V Morgan in and to the following described Lea oi Leese dated January 2Ut 1899 from A O Lovokin lo H J Rhodes ami H V Murgau of all his right title and iulervbl iu nnd to these portions of Grant No 110 to Kckua ntoa Manoa Vail y Islv d of Oahu a id in re particularly described as follotw Los Nop 3 i and 22 of W A Wntld mibriivMou of a po lion of Grant 110 as aforesaid together containing an area of 615 acrcB mora or lers map of Eaid subdivi- sion ¬ being on lite in the oQke of the Lefsor in Honolulu Also an area of land situated back of said subdivision of W A Wall and between it and the Tautalus pali Baid area to be fully occu pied for agricultural and horticul- tural ¬ purporei iu at lfnst three years from beginning of occuranoy and not to oxccisd an area of fif teon 15 acres in all aud to ho located as agreed upon by the lessor Terra of said Lsao 21 yoars and 6 months from January 1st 1899 For further particulars apply at ry Office v CHAS F OH1LLINGWORTH Deputy SherilT Tor of Hawaii Honolulu Oahu 22G5 GI SHEUIlTIa HALE NOTICE Under nud by virtue of a cer ¬ tain Exeouliou issued by Lyio A Dickey Second Dislriot Magistrate of Honolulu Ialand of Oahu Ter ritory of Hawaii on tho 30th day of July A D 1C02 iu tho matter of BERNHARDT TR1EST- - ot al v I SEO I have on this lit day of AUGUST A D 1902 lovied upon and fhall expose for sale and sell at public auction to the high ¬ est bidder at the Police Station Kalakaua Hale in said Honolulu at 12 oclock noon of MONDAY the 8th day of September A D 1902 all the right titlo aud inter ¬ est of said I Seo in and to the following described personal pro perty unless the judgment and cost of exeoution amounting lo Oho Hundred iud 41 100 Dollars interest costs and my exponees are previously paid Wearing Apparel Canned Goods Show Case Counters Chairs Ollice Slop Safe aud other goods CHAS F OHILLINGWORTII Deputy Sheriff Ter of Hawaii Houelulu Oahq 2278 5t No 22 S3 Our stock in trade con-- r- idts of tho luxuries and delicuciee from every and civilized nation Note tin T iriety offer- ed ¬ Lewis do Ld I READING GROCERS 240 THREE TELEPHONES 240 1060 Fort Streot From 3Cilo TO - HONOLULU AND 411 Way Stations LZi Telegrams can now bb sent from Honolulu toahy place on tho Islands of Hawaii Maui Lanai and Molokai by Wireless -- - Telegraph IX iTTJ CALL UP MAIN 181 Thats the Office Time saved money saved Minimum charge 2 per message OtFICF HAQOOH DLOOK Photographic Portraits 13SEIS Honolulu HONOLULU UPSAIRS Fine Assortment of ISLAND VIEWS Send for UbI First Glass tVork Guaranteed WJ Photographic Co LIMITED MOTT SMITH BLOCK7 Corner Fort andiHotel Streets 2676 tf LONG BRANCH BATES WAIKIKI BKAOH - Brt ololn 0 J SHERWOOD Proprlitor There tarth atvi air and ua rncf thy With breaker long gilt lullabv King OtreotTraro Oars pnsehdn Mm Clyde Men Counsellor- - at--La- U S Supreme Court Registered Attorney U S Patent Ollice Unit ed States and Foreign Patents Caveats Trade Marks and Copy- rights ¬ No 700 7th Street N W Wanhington D C Opp U S Patent Office 2254 ly

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FROM FRANCISCO
ALAMEDA AUG 8 SIERRA AUG ALAMEDA AUG 29 SONOMA 10 ALAMEDA VENTURA OCT 1
ALAMEDA OCT 10 SIERRA OCT ALAMEDA OOT 3L SONOMA NOV 12 ALAMED NOV 21 VENTURA DEO 3 ALAMEDA 12 SIERRA DEO 21 ALAMEDA 2
connection the sailing the steamers the Agents intending passengers through by any
San all points tho United and by steamship lino European
For iuither particulars apply to
a ia B vb a
W ill J
near
SPECIAL PAROELS MADE UP
Grapes AppleB Lomons Oranges
fornia
Turkeys Flounders oto All
game in season fresh Rook roft and California Qheoae prompt delivery
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET Corner Alakoa St
WB summit iiB mHHHEMW VI MBHF WSMmuBBM Vi BOTH
T AUGUST 1G
Tho Fino of Thia Lino Will Arrive Leave rVn Port
SAN
20
VENTURA SEPT 9J
ALAMEDA T SEPT 24 SIERRA 30 ALAMEDA OCT 15 SONOMA OOT ALAMEDA NOV 5 VENTUKA NOV 11 ALAMEDA A NOV SIERRA DEO 2 ALAMEDA DEO 17 SONOMA 23 ALAMEDA 7 VENTURA 13
In with above are preparod to isnuo to coupon tickets railroad from Francisco to in States from
York any to all ports
fSl1
and
FOR
19
SEPT
21
2G
STPLHIEiEia--
Fred Harrison
tended lo 2238 tfi
THOS LINDSAY
MaaufactaTing tale Call and inspect the beautiful aud useful display of goods for pres enta or for personal uao aud adorn meut
Lovo Building CSO Fort Stroet
SOIl BAIiE
3500 HOUSE AND LOT ON
Liliha Street near King Only small oash payment receivodi Apply to
IjLIAMSAYIDGE CO 203 Merchant Street
FACTS ABOUT
These Islands
ed
owners and planters have every rea-
son
¬
to bo satisfied with the present conditions They have searched the world for labor and have Imported
Japanese Chinese Portuguese and
Porto Rlcans These laborers toll on
the plantations and In the mills at a wage which varies from GO cents to one dollar a day Owing to the fru-
gality
borers
¬
manage not only to live but to slow away money for the future Many of these plantations are just now emerging from a tropical wilder- -
Iness White labor could scarcely be induced to engage In this nloneen work and hence we see a providence In the presence of labor willing and apt for the work On the plantations wo noticed many fine cottages erected for the families of the workmen The large barracks which are so common are Invariably Inhabited by the- - Jap- -
anesc who prefer this method of be-
ing housed The Portuguese always laborious frugal and domestic are considered the best laborers The Chinese and Japanes6 are held in much esteem The 1prtp Uicaus hold the lowest place iu tho estimation of of employers Tho Japanese are gra dually leaving the plantations anrt
congregating in the towns where they conduct small stores and shops From the American popular point of view considering tho dignity of labor and the equality of man the conditions on tho Islands are susceptible of much Improvement
MAKE VIRTUOUS Wl ES
It can be easily understood that where so many Inferior races mingle Iu social life mortality must suffer Trade luvlce is common Hut a short time ago the government lo allay tho social evil and prevent the wholesale spread of Infectious disease set aside
Iwllel a district of Honolulu and confined to i under poIco protection tho existence of evil Uul so ram- -
paut became the wickedness and so bold the buying of women and chil dren that an outcry was made agalust tho Governor and his faction which still goes on It will most probably have the effect of bringing a new regime Into power The Japanese are degraded They have no Idea of the sanctity of marriage To them woman Is but an object of convenience Tho Chinese practice many natural vir tues The other nationalities rank higher In tho social scale according
as they havo received and practiced
tho Christian Virtues Mttuy rami nqut and wealthy Americans English
men and Germans have married ua tlvo women and find them excellent
truo and virtuous wives Many chil-
dren of these marriages are being
educated in colleges and academies In tho United States Thoy haro
found to bo bright and cheerful They aro considered most doslrahlo stu
Continued on 4th jaje
0H4MBEBB
In the matter of the estate of KEANOLANl w late of Honolu- - lu Oahu docoapott intestate
Petition having been filed by E A Williams of Honolulu Oahu a booa fide creditor of said iutoBtato praying that Letters of Ad mi Lus ¬
tration upon said estate be issued to A S Mahaulu
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thn tiuirt and place for hearing said petition when and where all persons concerned may appear and shovv cause if any they havo why said Petition fchould not be granted
By the Court J A THOMPSON
Clerk C A LONG
2273 lt oaw
SHEBIITBS SALE NOTICE
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Island of Oahh Territory of Hawaii on the 21st day of July A D VM2 in the matter of LEWERS and COOKE LIMITED vs HENRY V MORGAN I have on this 2rd day of July A D 1902 levied upon and shall expose for Bale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the Pnlfee StatioD Kalakaua Hale in said Honolulu at 12 oclock noon of Saturday the 23rd day of August A D 1902 all tbo right title and interest of said Hcry V Morgan in and to the following described Lea oi Leese dated January 2Ut 1899
from A O Lovokin lo H J Rhodes ami H V Murgau of all his right title and iulervbl iu nnd to these portions of Grant No 110 to Kckua ntoa Manoa Vail y Islv d of Oahu a id in re particularly described as follotw
Los Nop 3 i and 22 of W A
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being on lite in the oQke of the Lefsor in Honolulu
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purporei iu at lfnst three years from beginning of occuranoy and not to oxccisd an area of fif teon 15 acres in all aud to ho located as agreed upon by the lessor
Terra of said Lsao 21 yoars and 6 months from January 1st 1899
For further particulars apply at ry Office v
CHAS F OH1LLINGWORTH Deputy SherilT Tor of Hawaii
Honolulu Oahu 22G5 GI
tain Exeouliou issued by Lyio A
Dickey Second Dislriot Magistrate of Honolulu Ialand of Oahu Ter ritory of Hawaii on tho 30th day of July A D 1C02 iu tho matter of BERNHARDT TR1EST- - ot al v I SEO I have on this lit day of AUGUST A D 1902 lovied upon and fhall expose for sale and sell at public auction to the high ¬
est bidder at the Police Station Kalakaua Hale in said Honolulu at 12 oclock noon of MONDAY the 8th day of September A D 1902 all the right titlo aud inter ¬
est of said I Seo in and to the following described personal pro perty unless the judgment and cost of exeoution amounting lo Oho Hundred iud 41 100 Dollars interest costs and my exponees are previously paid
Wearing Apparel Canned Goods Show Case Counters Chairs Ollice Slop Safe aud other goods CHAS F OHILLINGWORTII
Deputy Sheriff Ter of Hawaii Houelulu Oahq 2278 5t
No 22 S3
Our stock in trade con-- r-
idts of tho luxuries and delicuciee from every and civilized nation
Note tin T iriety offer- ed
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LZi
Telegrams can now bb sent from Honolulu toahy place on tho Islands of Hawaii Maui Lanai and Molokai by
Wireless -- - Telegraph
IX iTTJ
CALL UP MAIN 181 Thats the Office Time saved money
saved Minimum charge 2 per message
OtFICF HAQOOH DLOOK
First Glass tVork Guaranteed
LONG BRANCH BATES WAIKIKI BKAOH - Brt ololn
0 J SHERWOOD Proprlitor
There tarth atvi air and ua rncf thy With breaker long gilt lullabv
King OtreotTraro Oars pnsehdn
Mm Clyde Men Counsellor-- at--La-
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Opp U S Patent Office 2254 ly
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BUBBOnilIION BflXKB
wailan Islands J
tries 8 D0
liahor EDMUND NOBBIE Editor
sotDQ weoka ago that the Rapid Transit Co was discriminat-
ing
ployment
that Company rushed frantically
into the labor market and secured a scoro or moro of Hawaiians who
were kept at work for a woek or mora But the order soon cooled
and now one looks la vain for the face of an Hawaiian among the gangs employed on the line of con-
struction
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This morning tho writer counted 27 laborers and lunas at work on
tho coupling of the Hues of that Company across Fort at King atreot No Hawaiians Employed
PerhapB the missionary manage msnt of that Company recognizes the futility of hoping for Hawaiian votes in November and so have discarded the mask of hypocrisy in
this respect theyve been wont to wear
THEY WANT A ItOYAI SHOW
Tho Londoners aro persistent in insisting that thoy shall not bo
cheated out of tho promisod rareo show of the Royal Procession which was spoiled by the postpone ¬
ment of the arraugomonta for the Coronation rendered necessary by King Edwards illness All sorts of propositions for substitute displays aro being brought forward and ad vocated and about tho latest is one regarding which it is Btated that as a result of a petition from South Londoners voioing the disappoint-
ment ¬
felt at the abandonment of the Coronation procession the King has consented to a tentative arrangement in accordance with which he will drive in State J
through South London in the
Autumn probably iu October
A great deal of tbia condition of
things undoubtedly is due to the restless craving of curiosity created by the practico parades of the royal entourage which took plaoe some
time previous to the date fixed for
tho actual Coronation show and
iu which all tho Kings horses and all the Kings men wore eo allur-
ingly
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displayed before tho admiring eyes of the populace of the modem Babylon John Bull likes to see
what he is paying his money for
especially when there is promise of
a grand feed at the ond of the show and when ho is unexpectedly disappointed in either particular ho is apt to become ugly and rio-
tous
England on this occasion
So in order to restore the mulli tudo to good humor tho Chamber lain miuiotry have devised these
alter pieuoc iu order to divert their miuds from moro dangerous cogita-
tions
Thoy want a show and
Chamberlain is just demagogue enoug to give them a surfeit of that
so long as it costs him nothing and leaves him and his family clique in
apparent possession of the power
that is so ominously dropping from
the hands that only a little while
ago lifted him out of the gutter of
the Blums of Birmingham
TOPICS OF THE DAY
C V Sturdevants syndicated
article published in yesterdays Advertiser teems to have been ap-
preciated
iu this city C V
Sturtevant of Theo Davies Co
has written to the morning glory donying tho authorship of the libellous article in question
Charity bgins at home is a say ¬
ing worth while remembering these days To dispense charity to uttr strangers is to deprive those in need
at homo with many comforts and blessings but it is nevertheless com ¬
mendable particularly when it
eigner
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Article on Hawaii liko those written by the Right Rev Bishop Nichols and the Rev Father Mar shal I Boarman S J should be
published and scattored broadcast throughout tho United States They cannot help but be of benefit for this Territory Libellous state ments of a Sturdevaut shuld be
denounced and thrown where they belong into the waste basket
The King was crowned at the soheduled time but the ceremony was a vory much curtailed edition of the one for which Whitolaw Reid bought his corded kuoe broeohes Advertis3r
ILd up to tho British residents of
this Territory now to protest iu an
elTeetive niannor against the disre spootful remarks of the morning glory Wo shall expoot to hoar of
a substantial lojs in the circulation of the Advertiser ore loug
Frank Andrado and A W Seabury are the candidates mentioned by the Rspublioau newspapers as likely to
receive tho votes of tho Portuguese Tra lal Wait until tho Portuguese convention meets aud see how the Advertisers nightdream will disap-
pear
the morning glory candidates al-
though ¬
a Portuguese born has never aesooiated himself with his country men and neither lias ho taken port
in their celebrations meetings or rejoicings The other is a Portu ¬
guese born also bub he is such a
good ono that tho name of his an ¬
cestors was to suggestivo of his origin that ho decided to adopt a moro American one
A Jolly Smoker
Tho Myrtle club house was tho scene of a Inerry club smoker last evening With a corn cob pipe in ones mouth a can of Gnoly flavored English tobacco at ones elbow tbe noise of tho breakers nearly beating over the reef and gentle zephyrs blowing from Waikiki casting the friendless morquito far out to sea the well lighttd and cosy lanai of the club house wbb as desirable a place as ono could wish for in which to spond an evening
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the seasons trophies to the Myrtles junior crew Sandwiches collie ealad and lemonade were served and a thoroughly god time was enjoyed by all
m m
Second tho Motion
The Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land Co it speedily expanding its system Now that folks can ride a considerable distance some ar ¬
rangement should be made for smokers Whou the line first start ¬
ed in Honolulu a man could board a car at one end of the system with his cigar alight and holding the burning weed hid in his hand disembark at the other end with the fire still going The line has so extended however that this can no longer bo done Pains train oara are carrying many smokers today men who prefer slow looo motion and a smoke to fast travel- ling and no tobacco The Mirror
A Boxing Exhibition
Everything is in readiness fer the boxing exhibition at the Orpheum tonight andacoordioK to the sale of tickets there will be a full house when tbe gong sounds for the preliminary An interesting bout will be a four round one for the middle weight championship of the islands between Ulisses Hatris and Grant Snow Spider Jackson the pride of tho Firo Department will
also m et Jack Edwards in a fourrounds go The star attraction of the evening will be a ten round go between Jack Weday and Phil Kamimsky of Camp McKinley and a decision on points will be given Pady Ryan will referreetuis event
IBP 1i
Hopld Transit Accident
While attempting to bojrd Rapid Transit car No 18 near tbe inter ¬
section of Hotel and Nuuanu streeta shortly after 11 oclock last night a young Hawaiian about 20
yoars of age was thrown to the pavement upon bis head and in
tuch a way that the rear fender also struck him He was taken to the Queens Hospital unconscious and Was so at a late hour during the night It eeems that he at-
tempted ¬
to gel on tbu oar before it had come to a stop and not ob ¬
taining a good hold of the uard --rails fell from the platform
Our Lady of tho Mpjntnn The feast of our Lady of tho
Mountain will be celebrated tomor ¬
row at the Roman Oatholio Church of Kalihi waena It is a feast which in vory popular among tho Portu ¬
guese as it reminds them of the days ju thellong ago when they used to take pait the procoeinu to the spot whore it ii said Our Lay of tho Mountain appeared on tho Ul
and of Madeira Tho Catholic Mission Band will take part iu tho festivities aud special inujio ha been arranged for the ocoasiou
a
The funeral of Purser Simeraons baby boy who died a week ago yes terday vyil Uke place tomorrow afternoon from tho Sjmptsop roai
douco at Kapalama Mrs Simorson the obilds mother reurned from Sous yesterday
Ji1 fit V1
Rheumatism is a disease of the blood Local applications may furnish tem-
porary ¬
relief but to CURE the dtscaso it is necessary to treat it through thc blood
Locomotor Ataxia is a disease of the nerves The one successful method of treat- ment
¬ is by a remedy that will restore nutrition to the nervtt
Such a remedy Is
Dr Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People These pills are a specific in cases of Rheumatism Locomotor Ataxia Paralysis and other diseases of thc blood and nerves because they supply tbe necessary elements to build up the blood and strengthen the nerves It is in this way that thc pills effect so many cures in diseases of apparently widely different character
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prOnoiMiced my enso muscu ¬
lar rheumatism accompanied by lumbago Iy disease gradually bo came worso until I thought dcuth would be welcome release
1 ttns Anally Induced to try Dr Williams Ilnk 1ills for PalePeo- -
lloforo tho first box vas usedrlc get about tho house and af ter uslnc five boxen vat entirely cured Since that tlmo I lmo felt no return of thc rheumatic pains Am conttdent that Dr AVilllams Pink lllls saved my life
Fkantc Long Sworn to before me at Venice Mich
this 15th day of April 1S8 Q B G0LD3MITU Justice of the react
full on naelcnrrp ctrtKrtsts int nnttnatct Williams Medicine Schenectady 50c boxesjo
First Local Mint One of the institutions hero
which has the special attention of tourists as well as the local people
the Mint which is established on Nuuanu street opposite Queen Emma Hall H is interesting to enter tho large main working room where general manager McDorough and his corps of assistants are at work The cool and large lanai is a proper resting place and the vaults where the bars to be minted and beer are kept present a vory tasty spectacle The Mint ia open from 530 v m to 1180 p m and during those hours tho work never ceaBes Visitors after looking over the place will find first clas refreshments and the purest of liquors
A Mass Meeting
The big mass meeting which bas been arranged by the Portuguese Political Club will held at Lusi tana Hall Alapai street at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon Tho following spoakora have been select- ed to address the mpbting Kev J F Dutao M Camarn Frank Audrade M C Paoheco M A Silva and J M VVas
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Edwin R Tripp Postmaster of Middlenold Centre NY said was attacked by what I learned wan locomotor ataxia T o skillful doctors did everything they could forma I became worte could not moo even about tho room I did not expect to Il e vory long
The turning polut was a news ¬
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Mannfactarlng Jeweler
Call and inspoct tho beautiful aud useful tjisplny pf goods for prps ents or or personal use aD adcrnmont
Lovo Building 5S0 Fort Street
fob bam 3000 HOUSE AND LOT ON Liliha Street near King Only Btnnl cash payment received Apply to
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Mail to tho Coast next Monday por S S Sonoma
Next mail from tho Coast uat 20 poi S S Sierra
Tho Olaudlne
Aug- -
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Tho Y M 0 A Sunday afternoon meeting will bo held on Young isl ¬
and tomorrow
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dance aboard the yacht La Paloma last evening
A ping pong tournament for members will bo started in the YiM C A on Wednesday next
Tho Rev Father Stephen will preach at the Roman Catholic Cathedral tomorrow evening
The horsemen who went to Wai luku to the races last week returned in the Mauna Loa yosterday
Miss Kaulunai died yosterday in Nuuanu valley and will bo buried tomorrow at 3 p m at Maemae
The Bishop of Pauopolis leives on Tuesday for South Kona where he will dedicate the now Catholic Church
The baseball game at the Puna hougrounds this afternoon will be between tho Kamehamoha and Pu nanou teams
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on the 9 inBt
Prince David has sold his yacht Vi ke to Prince Cupid and she will bo used now as a fishing boat and a tender to the Princess
W H Boers school teacher ha been appointed clerk to thu District Court of South Hilo in place of the late Edward 0 Hapai
John F Scott the well known educationist is not expeoted to survive tho paralytic stroke of last Saturday It affects his braiu
Before the regular game of the League series this afternoon there wil be a match between tho II A O
juniors and the WeU Ka Haos
Bishop Restariok will preach at tho Chinese chapel at the 11 oclock service tomorrow morning and in St Andrews Cathedral at 780 p m
Tho wedding of MIbs Kathoryu Widdifield and llr Byron Baird will take place on the evening of September 3rd at Central Union Ohuroh
Californias native sons will cele ¬
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There will bo no regular cricket game at Makiki this afrernoon but it is expected that quite a number of playors will turn nut for practice atthn net
The reception to sisters Beatrico and Alberlina will take place this ovening at the St Audrews Pricry The Hawaiian Band will bo in
attondanoe
Tho British societies of Honolulu will join togother in a smoker at San Antonio Hall on the evening of the 23d inBt by way of celebratiug the coronation of JCiug Edward VII
Tho golf play this afternoon wil
consist of a raatoh with six men in
in each team commencing at 3
oclock sharp Tho players will
be conveyed by bus from the end
of the car liua to tho links the bus
leaving at 215 sharp
T UB second i the series of the Saturday evouing socials at the Young Mens Christian Association will take the form of a lantern Blide
exhibition tq bo given this eve ¬
ning Mr Robert Corsou haB kindly consented to show the slides made from pioluros which ho took on a
trip around the world All young men in town are luvited to see the exhibition
Tha Outside World
From Other Lands
LONO LIVE TUE KINal
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tho stands and crowds far up the street and the bells pealed joyfully The Queen was crowned at 125ft p m The return journey of Their Majesties commenced at 123 p n As Their Majesties were leaving tho Abbey the rain commenced to fall and they de-
ferred ¬
their journey until the rain ceased They left at 200 p m
The return journey which was slow was rnarueu ny scenes ol en-
thusiasm ¬
Their Majesties arrived at the Palace at 255 p m
A COUBAQEOUS KINO
Stochholm Sweden AugUBt 9 While King Oscar was yatching todayv near the Marstrand bridge which was orowded with women and children tho structure col lapsed throwing the occupants into tho water The King threw oil his coat and assisted in the rescue of twenty three persons who were taken aboard ihj yacht
CUOLEIus IUrtD SPREAD
St Petersburg August 6 Cho-
lera is spreading iu Manchuria with alarming rapidity The deaths At Harbin and on tbo Eastern China Railway number 100 and 130
daily chufly Chinese It is feared the epidemic may reach Irkutsk and Vladivostok The Russian sanitary precautious are wholly inadequate
A SlREOKELS FAILS
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owner of tho private bankiug house of Elouard Rockhc which closed its doors on Friday with asBets nominally 100C0000 marks m mn mm i ikii r nnn
000 marks 750000
WU1TE UAS RESIGNED
Berlin August 5 Embassador Andrew D White maikd his resig-
nation to tho United States several days ago It is to take effect early iu November Mr WhiUs retigua tion may now be in the hands of President Roosevelt The date set by the Embassador for his resg nation to take effect was November 7th
MAY EXCLUDE CIIINTSI
New York August 2 Governor Gota of the provinro of Formosa Japan has visited Ellis Island to tuly American methods of exolu 11
ing Chinese immigrants Japan is
said to bo preparing to adopt an ex idusion aot and Governor Gnta is
gathoing data as to the manner in which this oountry has oarriod out the Fyatrin of keeping Chinese from our ports
Wniktkl Seaside Hotol
ArtioleB of incorporation of tho Waikiki Seasido Hotel were filed with Treasurer Wright yesterday The capital stook i 50000 aud tho purpose of the association is to take over the Hawaiian Hotel Annex
The annox property inoluding leaser is put in at 58075
The olDoars and stockholders are G W Maofarlane president IftT
share William Lishman treasurer I shares M W W Gilbert secretary 1 share H R Maofarlane 1U5 6hes estate of E O Maofarlane 105 sharep
and F W Maofarlane a shares
By tomorrows morning train Her Majesty Queen Liliiuokalaui ao compacted by tho young attendants of her immediate household and retinue leaves fo a weeks outing gt heroouutry h9ft Wnialua
MJPtJIli MUlM
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Bishop ltestarick called on Queen Lijiiuokalnni this morning at Washington Plsoe
Tho condition of Mrs Holloway is mucn improvou since ner removal from Waipio to this city
The Globe Navigation Com-
Steamship Tampico is due here on the 20th instant
The U S Iroquois returnod to nnrt ttoalarrt no nffni a i irn tiroalrn
cruiso around the windward islands of the group
The U S Btt amors Iroquis and AlbatrosB and a numbor of mer ¬
chant vessels ao gaily decorated today in honor of tho coronation of King Edward VII
W R Sims was arrested yester ¬
day on a warrant sworn to by Con ductor Bergin of the Rapid Tran sit Co charging him with being profane on one of tho cars
Tbor6 will bo a special torm of tho Second Circuit Court at Wai luku to bogin on Wednesday Sept 3 It will be especially for naturt lizing aliens in view of the oomi g elections
The Youthf Dramatic Club haa combined with tho Hawaiian Or-
chestra ¬
and plans are being made for an entertaiument which will be given during the Bands absence on the Coast A meeting of the com-
bined ¬
societies will be held at Con cordia Hall on Wednesday evening next
Lee Kee and 1G other gamblers were acquitted yesterday on the charge of being present at a gam-
bling ¬
game During the course of the trial Judge Gear made another attack upon tho police this time saying that they had no right to foroa a mans door in making a gam-
bling ¬
raid aud that every man would hive a right to rb3ist such forcible entry with a pistol or knife
Salt of Lariat Ranch
The receivers sale of Lanai Ranch took place atnoon today in front of Aliiolaui Hale Many pro-
minent business ponple attended the bp which was conducted by Auciioneer Fisher Bidding wrs i t brifk but it Lega i at 75 000
vhich was soou raieed to 00UX
by Charles W Gay Another rase of 57500 was made by S M Damon and ws Gnaly knocked to Mr Gay for
108000 Many said the price waB
cheap fir tho ranch butmonied bidders were scarce and few
A SUMMER PROPOSITION
ICE QUESTION I
You know youll need ice you know its a necessity in hot weather Wo believe yon are anxious to get that ico which will give you satis ¬
faction and wed like to supply you Order from
riiQ Oahu Ice Electric Go
HOFFMAN AND MARK HAM
PostcelEc 77
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CouNSEixoit- - at Law
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Opp U 8 Patent Olllco 3251 ly
i SPECIAL SALE OF GARDEN HOSE I Wo hao a large stock at prices lo suit every purse
FISH LINE AND TWINE We now have a very complete assortment received
direct from the manufacturers
of tbo Most Approved Patterns
Stoics for Gasoline Kerosene Wood and Goal
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO LTD Fort Street Art Eooms and Bethel Street Department
SUGAR FACTOSS
Agents for Lloyds Canadian Australian Steamship Line
British Foreign Marine Insurance Co Northern Assurance Co Fire and Life
Canadian Pacific Railway Co Pioneer Line nf Packets from Liverpool
A Good List to Feect From
BudweiEer A B G Bohemian Premium Palo Rainier and Primo in Quarts and Pints
German Malt Exlracl
With Claret makes a nice refresh ing chink
A fine aortmeut of tho B st Brauds of Wines and Liquors just received
Assorted GoodB for Family Trad e a specialty
Camara Co Corner Queen and Alakoa Slreots
Tel Blue i92 2285 Gmos
Queens Hospital Notice
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hours nt the Queens Hospital will be from
1 to I nolook and G to 730 oclock p m
and no visitors will be allowed be yond these hourB except by eproial permission
JOHANNES F EOKARDT Superintendent
Queens Hoepital August 7 1002 2278 1 w
A Warning
All persons are hereby waruod from trespassing during the night upon my watorinolnu aud bauana patches near Camp McKinluy town Bide Kapiolani Park Anyoue
found upon those premises between the hours of G p rn aud Q a in takes upon himself tho responsibili ¬
ty of being shot a and if caught will bo proEecutod
TAM PONQ Honolulu Aueust 6 1002
3778 lw
FOE RENT
looms Stores
On tho promises the Sauitor Steam Laundry Co Ltd between South and Queen streets
Tho buildings supplied with hot nnu com water and elootno lights Artesian tanitotion
f
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of
are
For partioumrs apply to
On tho premises or at the office of J A Magoon 88 tf
Sanitary Steam LauDdry
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Having mado large additions to our maohiuery we are now able to launder SPREADS SHEETS PIL LOWSL1PS TABLE CLOTHS TABLE NAPKINS and TOWELS at the rato of 25 cents per dozen oaoli
Satisfactory work and prompt de livery guaranteed
No fear of clothing being lost from strikes
We invite inspection of our laun- dry
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aud our wagons will call for your H work U
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THAT THAT NAME IMPLIES
Fearless Against All Comers
NOR 18 IT PLEDGED TO ANY PARTY SECT OR FACTION
Its Expressions are Outspoken
Bnalnooo Cards
Ofkoe and Res dsnoe Kino Si beet neab Alai ii
Office hours to 111 a m 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 pit Tnlepbono 031 white
THOMAS FITOH
33a S King St Honolulu 17 lm
FOR SuA XjI APT AORBB OP LAND UIN OR X I 2130 and MO at Kamaee NortbKona Hawaii Apply to
MORRIB K KEOHOKALOLB Ral Eitato Agent
Knsh imanu Btron
XO XiET
Promises on Kukui Lane lJoa JQJsion given on January 1 1901 for terms apply to
7 ft KAPIOLANI ESTATE
BoiLDWQ HaTEBIALS OF
OODLIST AMD AtJBlflT
Progress Blook 31 Fior Office Hours 9 a if to 4 p v
A N KEfOIKAI N W ALUL1
KEPOIKAI Si ALULI
Loans Negotiated Bents Collected
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8onvKYon and Real Estate Aoent
Ofiloe Bethel Quobi over tho Now 8 0 Model Rostanrnnt 1
H R HITOHOOOK
Atiobncy at Law
1474 tf
flAA LEASEHOLD ON BERE- -
UUU labia citraot 39 years tc urn PrPBaut net income 90 pet montu apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE CO 205 Merchant Str
EDMUND H HART
Reoobds
LIMI7ID
VVuQ Irwin President AMnnnger OIbuh Sprockets First Vioe Prosldent W M Qiffard Second VlcePreeldenl M H Whitney Jr Treasurer ABeoreUry QeoJ Boss Auditor
SUQAK FAORTOR
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BXCAYATIHG CONTRACTED
tSfF Dump Carts furnished by the day on Hours Notice
H R HITCHCOCK
Office with J M MonBarrat Car wright Building Merchant Stt
1500 -- tf
building Lots Houses and lots and
Lands Fob Sal
Wilders StoamsMp Co
lar
A TEKMBLE ILL
Lcpfosy Is the most torrible and Bhocklng of all the ills that flesh Is
hctr to Unfortunately it tons been imported Into the Islands by the Chi-
nese
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nnd has worked havoc among the natives The simplicity of their manners and generous hospitality to strangers have made the natives easy victims of leprosy A settlement on
the Island of Molokai was long since established for the victims and hero they aic compelled to live and die A
thousand lepers nre now confined on
Molokai and I have been told by pro-
fessional ¬
men that nnother thousand could easily be found secreted In va-
rious
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homes Two priests and five lay brothers and flvo Franciscan sis ¬
ters of Syracuse N V live on Mo
lkai and care for the wants of the lep
cis The life of Father Damien the leper priest is known everywhere
For sixteen years ho lived with the lepers on Molokai laboring for them with his own hands Finally catching the disease he died at his post and was burled in the leper settlement under the shade of his favorite tree
HAWAIIAN IMLITICS
Hawaiian politics are somewhat mystifying Republicans and Demo-
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Dole faction the Hum phreys faction and the independent faction Tho Dole faction lepresgnt ing tho old missionary party and the wealth of the Islands Is at piesent in power The Humphreys faction rep-
resenting wlilto labor and the Amcii can sentiment is engaged in a death struggle with the Dole element The independent faction representing the
native Interests is In secret sympa ¬
thy with the Humphreys faction As
the Japanese and Chinese have no
right of suffrage the natives cast tho popular vote The Governor of the Territory is an appointee of tho Pres Ident of the United States The high-
est ¬
elective officer Is the Delegate to the United States Congress and to
this orflco the natives have again and again elected Robert Wilcox and edu-
cated native Hawaiian We traveled with Mr Wilcox and often conversed with him and came to the conclusion that whatever may bo said of his antlhaolo tendencies ho has the- wol
fare of tho natives at heart To bo continued
CHURCH BERVICE0
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of the Holy Communion 10 a m Pule Kabahiaka 1L a m Morn ¬
ing Prajer nnd Sermon 330 p m Evenson and Sermon
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Episcopal Wilder avenue Funabou Celebration of the Holy Com ¬
munion First Sunday of the month 1105 am every other Sunday 715 am baints days oa am matins and sermon 1105 am eveneong and
I sermon 705 pm daily prayer at 945 a m
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9 high mats with native eerr mon 1030 rosary with native in-
struction ¬
2 solemn vespers and benediction
Kentuckys lamoua jessse Moore WhiBkey unequalled for ito purity and excellence On sale at any of the saloons and at Lovejoy Co distributing agouti for tliB Havroilan Islon 1i J
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Cians Spreckels Co
DBAW BXCnANOB OB
LONDON Tho Union Bank of London Ltd
NBW YORK American rixohanse Kb iionai nana
OHIOAGO MerohnntB National Bank 1AHIB Orodlt LyonnnU BBKLIN Dresdner Bank HONG KONQ AND YOKOHAMA nn
Kong ABhanghalBnnklngOurporntlon MBW ZltALAND AND AUBTRALI- A-
Bank of New Zealand VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Ban
of British North Amorioa
Transact a Qenernl Banking and Szehanf Jiutinen
Doposlts Received Loans mado on Aj proved BoourKv Oommorolnl and TrRVCli era Credit laened Bills of Bxohsmjsi bought and sold OollootloriB TrompUy AooonutoiJ For
IMGPIM 0
Ban Franoleoo On
New York U B A
r N OHLANDT A CO
Ban Francisco Al
CHOICEST CALIFOR-
ent varieties just received by
H HAGKFELD CO
waiian Territory
ICE QUESTION I
You know youll need ico you know its a necessity in hot weather Wo believe you aro anxious to got that ico whioh will rivo you satis faotion and wed like to supply you Order from
The Oabu Ico Electric Co
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