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Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii,
CITY OF JOHANNESBURG.
its voMii:itvuii omnviii in thk
KP.CE Olf SEVEN YKAKS.
l'orly TliotimiiMl IntinliMnntn llrtrk
and Stono HtiiihH nutl Itlcrcnlillle
IIiilldlusH AlllltiUc hiiU Climate.
Johannesburg, before which tho
British forces under command of
Dr. Jameson, the agent of tho
British South Africa Company,
woro recently defeated by tho
Boors, is a city of considerable
importance, says tho S. F. Chro
nicle. Tho city itsolf numbers
40,000 inhabitants, besides the 30,-
000 and ruoro men at work in tho
mines and prospecting for more
mines in tho country round about.
Johannesburg has had a mush
room sort of growth, having de
veloped from a moro mining camp
in seven years. It is a story of
tho power of gold in turning an
utter wilderness into a great,
thriving, urban community. The,
figures of tho aggregato yield
of tho mines aro not at hand, but
during tho month of Juno last
tho output ampunted to 200,941
ounces say 83,000,000.
PIIESIDENT KltUEQEIl OF TRANSVAAL.
Banks and mercantile houses of
cut stono and brick, a great stock
exchange, two theaters, hotels fit
for millionaires, street railways
in short, everything for tho con
venient transaction of business
and for,tho comfort of life is found
thoro. Last of all has como a rail
road, a monument to tho persever
ance and resolution of ono man,
President Kruegor. Tho ontor
priso was fraught Avith many diflh
eulties, but in July last, regular
trains began ' to run, and, with
a market assured, agriculturists
have boon flocking to tho region
to tako advantago of tho rich soil
of tho Transvaal.
As to tho climato, it is exiromo
ly trying. Tho men who lead
active lives out of doors seem to
thrive, but tho womon seem to
suffer from tho offects of tho ox
trome altitudo and bIiow it. Those
who have been thoro over a year
havo lost all thoir rotundity and
color. Tho city is 5000 feet above
sea lnvol, and but for that would
bo unbearable to Caucasians, for
it is in tho heart of tho tropics.
'This altitudo makes comfortable
living possiblo, but it is so ox
troraoly high and dry that the
skin, hair and tooth suffer. Dis
eases of tho heart develop, and
during tho wot season pneumonia
is frightfully provalont ana otton
fatal. Tho sanitary conditions of
the city aro distinctly bad. Gar
bage and rofuso aro dumped on
tho outskirts, and tho result is
malaria, diphtheria and all othor
filth diseases. Artistically Johan
nesburg is pleasant to contemplate.
It is full of long, lovoly avenues
of big troes and beautiful gardens.
Oloso observers havo noticed
hat when a barber razors a youth's
first mustache ho genorally shaves
THE COMING FIELD DAY.
ENnui:s roit satdiuiay's ath
lilHt or Events ninl OfllrlnU of tlio Dny
Good ilJtrriitwiii'H Sport .liny
Itu Loukt'il I'ur.
Tho final arrangomonls of tho
IlaAvaiian Athletic Association for
tho mooting on Saturday woro
mado at a meeting hold at tho Y.
M. C. A. rooms last night. Tho
entries closed at 8 o'clock and aro
as follows :
1. Ono mile bicycle race (nov
ico), at 2 p. m. sharp. Entries,
G. A. Martin, Charles Williams,
Sam Johnson, Fred Damon, P.
Lishman, 11. Southgato.
2. Ono hundred yards dash, at 2
p. ni. Entries, A Mitchell, II.
Espinda, Tom Pryco, W. L. Gav,
W. Bolster, W. O. Cummings, J. L.
Ilansmann, C. E. Hapai, J. Knla
nianaolo, Chris Holt, James Spen
cer. 3. One-half milo boys' bicycle
race, at 2:15 p. in. Entries, A. S.
Willis, A. B. Giles, J. Leal, A.
Harris, 1 . Iaukca.
4. One-halt milo bicycle race
(open) at 2:15 p. in. Entries, W.
Chapman, H.A. Giles, Geo. Angus,
N. Halstend. K. Dextor, B. South
gate, E. B. Borger.
u" Running high jump at 2:35
p. m. Entries, J. Spencer. C. E.
Hapai, C. J. Willis, Chris Holt.
0. Threo-minuto class bicycle
race at 2:45 p. in. Entries, W.
Chapman, G. A. Martin, Fred Da
mon, Sam Johnson, N. Halstend,
D. G. bylvestor, P. Lishman.
J. Kalanianaolo, Chris Holt
8. One-half mile run at 3:05 p.
m. Entries, M. N. Andrado, A.
Mitchell, B. F. Beardmoro, G6o.
Clarke, W. Chamberlain.
9. Ono milo bicyolo raco (open)
at 3:15 p. m. Entries, W. Chap
man, H. A. Giles, Goo. Angus,
N. Halstead, R. Dexter, 11. South
gato, E. B. Berger.
10. 120 yards hurdle raco at
3:25 p. m. Entries W. Arm
strong, J. L. HauBiuunn, C. E.
Hapai, Honry Hapai, J. Sponcor.
11. Running broad jump at 3:35
p. m. Entries, P. Gleason, W.
Cummings, C. J. Willis, C. E.
12. Ono milo novelty raco at
3:45 p. m Entries, W. A. Chap
man, Geo. Angus, H. Gilo, W.
Armstrong, II. Espinda, P.
Lishman, D. G. Sylvester, R.
Dextor, R. Southgato.
13. 440 yards dash at 3:55 p. in.
Entries, W. Simorson, T. Pryco,
J. Sponcor, Chris Holt.
14. Ono milo run at 4:05 p.m.
M. N. Andrado, A. Mitchell, H.
Espinda, S. Gumpfer, B. T. Board
moro, Geo. Clark, Alfred Uosa,
Dan Kainalm, W. Chamberlain.
15. Throo-railo, lap raco nt4:15
p. in. Entries, Geo. Angus. II.
Giles, N. Halstead, P. Lishman,
R. Doxtor, D. G. Sylvester.
1(5. Horso raco, oira-lmlf milo
and ronont. Entries, W. 11. Corn
well's Billy 0. and Chas. David's
17. Putting tho shot at 4:40 p.
in. Entries, Tom Pryco, II. C.
Vida, J. Sponcor, J. Kalaniana
olo, W. Chamberlain, Chris Holt.
18. Second heat ono-half milo
aud rqpeat horso raco.
19. Ring tournamont at 5:15 p.
l?..t,Vo C "If TT.r.ln TT A
III. JJUUIIH. - JJ.JVHJ, Jl. JJl.
Wilder, W. Schmidt, O. Rico, Pal
20. Scrub horso raco (ono-half
milo), at 5:38 p. m. Entries: W.
Armstrong's Nevor-Say-Dio; E.B.
Borger's Go-As-Ypn-Ploaso; O. K.
Hyde's Lady Junior; Palmer Par
ker's Push-On-Tho-Roins; and O.
Tho following will act as offi
cials of tho day:
Judgos-D. W. Corbott, T.
Wright and Captain Griffiths.
Referee J. W. Jonos.
(Continued on 4th page.)
7. 220 .yards dash at 2:o5 y. m.
Entries, H. Espinda, Tom
Pr.vce, W. Simors'on, C. E. Hanai,
TREES FOR THE LEPERS.
l'UL'PAItATIONS FOIl NTAItriND A
MJnsr.itv ON MOI.OKAI.
A rropiiuiulfiK' Iloimo nml Nnrrir to
tie ENtnlilNhcil nt (ho I.rpor
.Settlement tit Oni'o.
Commissioner Marsdon, to
whom authority has been delegated
by tho Bonrd of Hoalth for tho
purpose, has porfoctcd plans for a
propagating houso and nursery
to bo put in oporation at tho Leper
Settlement at once, and tho neces
sary lumber and material is now
being gotten out in readiness to
send to Molokai next Monday. By
tho sarao steamer mon will bo sent
to erect the building and havo it
ready for gardener's work.
On tho steamer of Monday, Fobr
3rd, Attorney-General Smith and
Commissioner Marsden will tako
a trip to tho Settlement to pick
out suitablo places for tho nursery
aud troo planting and other mat
ters connected therewith. With
tho party -will bo Gardenor
Rhodes of tho Government Nur
series, who -will make a stay
of three or four weeks and
get everything in running order,
llo will tako with him tho neces
sary supply of seeds,, tools, sand
and ouior materials for tho suc
cessful propagating of (roes and
will proporly instruct those who
nro to havo tho future caro of the
Commissioner Marsdon has no
doubt that tho planting of trees
can bo made a success if proporly
started and attended to, and to
seoUiat this is done -will niuko
periodical visits to tho Sottlomont
himself, or if unable to go will
send tho Government's gardenor
Information for Traveler.
As people sometimes ask in Ho
nolulu how to get to Tahiti or Ra
rotonga with the quickest expedi
tion, tho following facts ore pub
lished. Tho steaijier Richmond
loaves Auckland on February 19
and March 19, arriving at Tahiti
on March 1 and 31 and Rarotonga
on March 7 and April G. Connec
tion with this steamer may bo
mado at Auckland by tho Oceanic
Union BtoamBhips sailing henco
ovory four wocks. Returning, pas
sengers reach Auckland frpm tho
places named on March 15 and
April 14. Lator sailitig dates of
tho Richmond will be given hero
in duo timo.
About OonUderuto i'loney.
"Did you over know what had
bocomo of tho greater part of tho
Confederate paper monoy with
wliiol this country was Hooded
soma years back?" asked a Phil
adelphia businoss man of a Re
cord reporter in that city. "No?
Well, neither did I until I struck
Atlanta a few weeks ago. In that
town I found an old man who
makes a business of quietly gath
ering in all tho Confederate bank
notes ho can find. You know, the
stuff was issued by tho ton during
tho war, and thoro is any quantity
of it still floating around. When
the old man gets a big bundle of
tho papor ho sends it to Edison,
tho inventor, who pays a good
prico for it. Edision uses it to
mako carbon for incandescent
lights. Tho papor on which tho
Confederate notes woro ongraved
was made of tho pulp of seagrass.
This branch of tho paper-making
industry has sinco become a doad
art. Seagrass papor, whon che
mically treated by Edisou, has
boon found to make the best sort
of carbon for iucandescont lights,
and, bo thoro is always a domand
for tho Confederate bille."
Snbscnbo f.ir tho Evening Bul
letin, 75 cents ptr iiunilh.
THE FITKGEKALD-McLAIN CASK
in the niHtmcr couur.
t'lio Court Derltlr t lid t flic Evidence
Flloea Not Warrant Commitment
Tho preliminary examination of
Arthur Fitzgerald, charge, with as
srtultiug John McLain with a
dangerous weapon on tho night of
January 13th, took place before ,
Judge do la Vorgno this morning,
tho defendant pleading not guilty.
James Yeagor was the first wit
ness for tho prosecution. Ho said
ho resided in Honolulu aud was
acquainted with Fitzgerald and
saw him on tho night in question
in front of the Arlington with Tim
Murray and McLain fighting. Fitz
gerald struck McLain with a gun.
Ho hit him on tho head 'with tho
wooden part of it. Mc
Lnin fell to tho ground
but got up and seonied to bo
staggering around as if looking
Orossoxamination I was on tho
sidewalk and saw tho fracas be
tween Murray and McLain. Thoy
had boon struggling on tho ground
but had got up again. McLain
had a cane and was going towards
Murray when tho defendant camo
up. Murray had told McLain to
stop hitting w lion they were on
tho ground. Murray said ho had
had enough of lighting at tho timo
McLain was in striking distance
witn ins cane. This was when
Fitzgerald interfered. He did not.
bring his gun back for a heavy
James Steiuer said he saw the
affray from a distance and the
small man in uniform striko an
other on tho head with his gun.
Ho afterwards saw tho lattor was
McLain. He helped to pick him
up from tho sidewalk. Ho scorned
dazed and was bleeding from tho
head. Ho assisted him into tho
W.- H. Wright saw the fight on
Hotel street that night and saw
tho littlo man in a P. G. uniform
strike another oyer the head with
his riilo McLain fell from
tho effects of tho blow
but wont into Stoiner's after
wards to wash the blood off his
face. On cross-examination ho
said McLain was holding up a
stick whon struck by Fitzgerald
and was about to Btrike Murray
Dr. Herbert testified to dress
ing McLain's wound on tho night
of tho affray. It was a contused
and incised wound on tho foro
head extending into tho hair. The
wouud was not dangorous but tho
contusion might havo been. Such
a blow on another part of tho head
would havo boon moro dangorous
as it might havo fractured tho
At this point tho prosecution
askod for continuance on tho
ground that the prosecuting wit
ness was not present.
Oflieor Toinn was sworn and
testified that ho was given a sub
poona to serve on John McLain
this morning. Ho wont to his
shop and was told he had not
boon thoro today. Ho wont to his
houso but ho wus not thero. Ho
wont to tho hotels and othor
places about town but could not
Tho motion for a continuance
Thero being no further testi
mony Judgo do la Vorgno made
the following order: "In tho
opinion of tlie Court tho testi
mony does not warrant commit
ment for trial and tho dofondant
The Russian Ambassadors aro
paid twice as much as tho Am
erican, but tho Call says thoy aro
moro than worth it, as thoy know
how to keep silonco in several
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