Newspaper Page Text
, - ,y
W" VICTORY for American Principle !
The Bulletin Speaks for American Interests in Hawaii.
Von. VII. No. 1377.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, N0VE1MUE11 1J, 1899.
PlUOE 5 Ohntp,'
ARTESIAN WELLS FAILINGS
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
AGUINALDO MUST MOVE ON
K Artillery to the Front. C
RETURNS FROM THE BATTLES
British Losses Show no Decrease from
Early Estimate. .
Many Rumors from Ladysmltb But Little De-
fhlK-Bom Ha?o Not Gained Additional
Lomlon, Nov. 3. The Wnr OfTlco this
afternoon, replying to Inquiries, said
no Information had been received thoro
of fresh Ilocr movements nt Colenso or
elsewhere, and It was added that the
officials wero not aware If tho railroad,
to Ladysmlth was Intact or not.
Tho 'following is a detailed rovlscd
leport of tho total casualties among
the rank and fllo nt Farquhar's Farm:
Artillery Four killed, twenty-nlno
wounded nnd S3 missing. Cavalry
Two killed, nlno wounded, none miss
ing. First King's Wiles One killed,
thirty-two wounded, twenty-one miss
ing. Second King's miles Eight kill
ed, twenty-nlno wounded, sixteen miss
ing. Leicestershire Itoglmcnt Two
killed, eighteen wounded, four miss
ing. Dublin Fusllccrs Mono killed,
tlirco wounded .sixteen mlxalng. Man
chester Heglment None killed, six
wounded, one missing. Irish Fusllcers
Ten killed, forty-ono wounded, miss
ing unknown. Glouccsteishlro Rogl
ment Thirty killed, llfty-thrce wound
ed, 330 missing. Engineers nnd Naval
nnd Colonial forces None killed, seven
wounded, none missing. Revised total,
r7 killed ,227 wounded, 473 missing.
The last mentioned not Including tho
A significant fact Indicating the has
ty character of Oencial White's retreat
to Ladysmlth Is the number of men
FROM HOUR STANDPOINT.
New York, Nov. 3. A dispatch to
tho World from London says: Qencrnl
Joubort'a movement to cut off Qencrnl
Y!ii to nt Ladysmlth from Colenso Is
being carried out and it Is probabla
that Pletermarltzburg, tho capital of
Natal, will fall Into General Joubert's
hands, before General Duller and re
enforcoments can nrrlvo.
ThoSouth African situation is ngaln
causing tho deepest alarm. The silence
of the War Office, which rccelvod to
day several dispatches from Capo Town
nnd Dumban, tho holding back of the
list of casualties at Ladysmlth nnd, 11
iwlly. tho announcement of tho moblll
yatlou of tho second army corps on tho
10th of this month.nll combine t show
that tho position of Drltlsh powor In
South Africa la one of gravest peril.
Tho World correspondent learns that
tho Dutch rlBlng In Northern Capo Col
ony has assumed menacing- propor
tlons, owing to tho Boer successes,
whllo tho native unrest all along tho
Transvaal and Oiungo Fieo Stnto bor
ders has become most menacing.
Tho natives cannot bo relied on by
either side, but piobably will light for
their own land.
With sedition spreading among tho
Cape nnd Nntul Dutch, tho natives
waiting to Jump in on their own ac
count, and General White's force be
leaguered in Ladysmlth, this war has
suddenly become tho most momentous
England has been engaged In slnco tho
Mr. Chnmberlaln, who had proposed
to tako his caso at his country seat
near Ulrmlngham, whllo tho Transvaal
was being conquered, has found It
necessary to como to town and Is In
constant communication with Sir Al
fred Mllner, tho British High Commis
sioner lu South Africa.
LADYSMITH PROBABLY SAFE.
New York, Nov. 3. A dispatch to
tho Tribune from London says: The
newB that telegraphic communication
with Ladvsmlth has been Interrupted
iIocb not necessarily prove that tho
Boers have surrounded tho town and
closed lu. It soems most probable that
they have placod themselves upon tho
British linos of communication, repeat
ing exactly their Dundco tactics.
Apparently Goneral Joubert means
to nttempt to capture General Whlto'B
forco, in the hope either to bring Eng
land to terms or lead to Emopean In
tervention. A circumstantial leport eomos from
Taris relating that General Lucas Mey
er, after fighting another battlo south
of Ladysmlth, in which the British lost
n thousand men, has occupied Colenso
in force nnd holds tho railway from
ladysmlth to Pletermarltzburg. Noth
ing is, however, known In regard to
this matter nt tho Wnr Office and tho
mmor is not credited In any responsi
The channel bquadron is waiting for
orders at Gibraltar, but no cloud as
lnrgo as a man's hand Is yet seen at
nny point of tho horizon, Russia Is
meditating, and Franco Is sulking, but
neither power is yet prepared to tako
uiivnntnce of England's big campaign
in South Africa. Tho secret under
standing between Germany and Eng
land operates to hid tho jealousies and
ambitions of Franco nnd Russia under
vpsfrnfnt. Thn German Emperor, un
less all signs fall, will receive a most
(iirillnl welcome wncn no comes 10
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
MMhifciAVi itjir 'r -fmf-rt tA didiifyf-,f-m&iMtii-lakftin' --fl,
Mr. Piokham Says Kahnkn Ranch Wills
Don't Prove It.
Letter from H. M. tod Holt Which Enters Into
Detail Filiate of Water Can Soon Be
Rectified and It Will Be Done.
Apropos of the artesian well query, the
following from L. E. Plnkham Is pub
lished: MR. H. M. VON HOLT, Supt. O. R. &
L. Co. Land Department.
Dear Sir: Permit me to call your at
tention to an Interview In the EVENING
BULLETIN of Monday. If agreeable
kindly state the facts In the case.
Yours very truly,
L. E. PINKHAM.
Honolulu, Nov. 13, 1899.
L. E. Plnkham, Esq., Honolulu;
Dear Slrr-J note the Bulletin article on
and between the lines. We have about
200 acres of good rice land nt Kahuku, but
mostly situated west of a wised coral hill
or point called 'Kalaehipa." The wells
near by (some 480 feet deep) are not flow
ing wells, hence unavailable for natural
Irrigation. It was claimed hy well-boring
experts that the formation w est of Kalae
hipa, had been broken to such a great
depth by some convulsion of nature, that
flowing wells could not be secured In that
locality, or If secured; the flow would be
small and the well of great depth, 6co
feet, or thereabouts. You however un
dertook the experiment and at 150 feet in
depth struck two exceedingly fine flowing
wells. These wells are within a few
hundred feet of the large springs from
which Kahuku Plantation draws one of Its
chief water supplies for Irrigation.
Sometime after the wells were "capped"
a diminution of one Inch of flow over the
top of the pipe was noticed, but no further
decrease has been found In the last two
months. The third well Is only 2000 feet
north of a well which has been flowing for
15 years, and although a splendid flow
was struck at 380 feet, after capping, It
did go down gradually to below the level
of the ground in the vicinity which is
several feet above sea level, and an In
vestigation revealed the cause. Having
secured the water and flow from the two
wells, contrary to predictions, vou will
undoubtedly be able to shut off the under
ground escape from the third when you
can spare a "rle" for the work, and until
you maKe the ettort you will not require
the outside assistance so kindly and per
If the public cr nny Individual feels
anxious over the general artesian well
ddIv. I will endeavor to ease their wor
ries If It Is on account of the Kahuku
Very truly yours,
H. M. VON HOLT,
Supt. Ranch Dept. O. R. it I.. Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 14, 1899.
To a BULLETIN reporter Mr. Plnkham
" There Is vet no reason to bo alarmed
as to Oahu's artesian water supply. I am
aware and have been of the diminished
How of one well particularly, at Kahuku
Ranch, and have been on the ground with
in ten days.
" The location was considered an Im
possible one, and that my success has re
ceived a slight set back does not worry
" It would have been corrected eight
weeks ago when first discovered only my
six plants have been so engaged not one
could be spared.
" Another plant Is due from the coast,
and with It I shall probably succeed in
controlling the escape.
To Ammcntl By Laws.
There will bo a proposal of amend
ments to the bye-laws of tho Healanl
Boat and Yacht Club mado at tho
meeting for tho election of officers to
be held on Friday ovenlng next at tho
Under tho present bye-laws tho Cap
tain of tho club has been compelled to
tako charge of the wholo running of
tho institution besides attending to the
crews during race time.
Among the moro interested members
afeollnK that tho.nrasent duties were
too much for one'tann.to give his M-
tonuon 10, 11 is proposed 10 so amenu
the bye-laws that there shall bo a
house oommltteo who will look after
tho needs of the house. A captain who,
with an assistant captain will have
charge ot tho racing boats and crows,
and a commodore, who will bo the head
of the yachting interests of tho club,
which aro growing moro and moro Im
portant. Dividing tho work In this
way it Is deemed will be ot great ad
vantage to tho carrying out ot the aims
of the club and making It fill tho re
quirements of the membets moro
To Purchase Nov 8hells.
There was a meeting of tho Ha
waiian Rowing Association last night
for tho. purpose of renewing tho inter
club compact which expired this year.
Tho matter of purchasing new shells
was also considered. "Tho secretary
was Instructed to Interview tho vari
ous clubs and'roportat tho next meot-
,ng wnch w, tak0 placo on tho even
inK 0f tho 27th Inst.
fiifflA A 1
Supreme Court Decision io Land Case
Case of Harcello Brglns G. fl. Green Con
victed - Guardian Appointed - Olbcr
Tho Supremo Com t has handed down
an opinion In tho caso of Hong Kim vs
M. Kahelo Hapal. The caso was ap
pealed from tho decision of the fourth
Tho plaintiff, a lessee, dllegcd that
beforo ho accepted his lcaso his lessor
represented to him that tho demised
premises had a certain boundary, but
that ho afterward found out that tho
boundary mentioned was owned by pri
It was held that an action for tort
of such falso misrepresentation and an
action for breach of such covenant, If
any, could not bo joined.
Tho court sustains the exceptions,
tho order overruling tho demurrer Is
reversed and tho caso Is remitted to
the Circuit Court for such further no
tion as may bo proper consistently
with tho views expressed by tho Su
preme Court, -
Tho caso of Dctognl Mnrcclto began
In Judge Perry's court. Tho morning
wns taken up in trying to get n Jury.
It Is thought tho case will tako tho bal
onco of tho week.
A Jury In Judgo Stanley's court yes
terday returned a verdict of guilty In
tho caso of (1. II. Green, charged with
Hornco H. Lowls was this morning
appointed gunrdlan of tho person nnd
estate of Emma L. Lowls, under a bond
Kane wns convicted of larceny In tho
second degtee In Judgo Perry's court
ACTION TO QUIET TITLE
Thero wero filed in the Supremo
Cotut today tho first case of tho kind
over Instituted here. They nro actions
to quiet tltlo, tho plainttrfs being ex
Queen Lllloukalanl, J. A. Cumlmns and
B. Cartwrlght: tho defendant, tho Re
public ot Hawaii. Tho cases grow out
of tho condemnation of land for otrect
nurnoses. It la claimed' tho govern
ment has 'no'rlght to acqnlrc tltfo to
land by condemnation.
Lnst night tho "Vlllago School" was
tho opening farco presented. This hu
morous representation of tho Interior
workings of tho llttlo red school house
elicited loud lnughter. Francis Boggs
assumed tho part of tho pedagoguo,
whllo Phil Rand took tho role ot the
unfortunato Patsy Dolllvcr, on whoso
nnatomy tho sins of tho cntlro school
nro mado to fall. As samples ot broad
and comprehensive, nlbelt ludrlcuouH
Ignorance, tho pupils shlno luminously.
J. W. Wlnton kept himself and auto
matons btiBy luing off gags at tho audi
ence; tho cntranco ot a popular Sparta
fruit merchant being one target at
which McGlnty hurled a witticism. Tho
Rnnds gave n comedy sketch, Miss
Droyfuss sang and danced, whllo tho
other members contributed to tho
Extension of Premises.
The premises at present occupied by
Miss E. Klllean having been found In-
cdquate to meet tho requirements of
her increasing trade, tho store lately
occupied by E. Murphy & Co. has been
annexed. Tho Interior ot tho two
stores are being thoroughly renovated
and ro-flttcd and suitable fixtures and
retiring rooms added. It la Miss Kill
can's Intention to materially extend
her dressmaking department, to super
vise which sho has Just imported from
Now York a qualified fashionable milli
ner. The opening of tho new premises
will tako placo next week.
Godkln Will Retire.
Now York, Nov. '3. Thai Evening
Post will print the followlng'statewent
"In rcsponso to numerous lnqurlcs
we regret to announco that Mr. E. L.
Godkln has severed his connection
With tho Evening Post. It was his In
tention to do so on the first of Jan
uary, but tho step has been hastened by
Impaired health. Ho will contlnuo to
bo an occasional editorial contributor,
Mobilizing More Militia.
London, Nov. 3. An, army order Is-p-.ied
this evonlng Instructs the proper
authorities to mobilize thlrty-flvo bat
talions of militia at their respectlvo
headquarters on various dates after
A carpenter named Bale working on
tho Day building on Berotanla street,
fell from a scaffoldtng this morning.
Tho injured man was taken to tho
Queen's Hospital. Ho suffered a frac
ture ot the thigh as well ns sovero
,,fo&imi'iWii?m &,) f;
Commission Reports and
Opinion Is Unanimous-Withdrawal Proposition
Entirely Out of the Question -Dewey
Washington, Nov. 2. In accord
ance with tho understanding nt tho
Whlto Houso yesterday tho Philippine
Commission submlted to the President
tho preliminary report which It had
promised to piepare.
Tho report appears to bo a compact
summary of conditions on tho Islands
as tho commission left them; of the
historical events which preceded the
Spanish-war and led to tho original
Filipino insurrection; ot the exchanges
between Admiral Dewey and tho other
commanders nnd tho Insurgents, andtho
breaking out and the progress of tho
presont Insurrection, and finally n
statement of the capacity of the Fili
pinos for self-government. A notablo
feature of tho report Is 11 memorandum
by Admiral Dowoy explanatory of his
rel.itluna with Agulnnldo.
Tho report then tells how General
Augusttno went to Manila as Governor
General at this Juncture, and when war
broko out between Spnln nnd tho
United States Augusttno sought to so
ctuo tho support of tho Filipinos to de
fend Spain against America, promising
them autonomy, but tho Filipinos did
not trust him. Then came the 1st of
May nnd tho destruction of the Span
ish fleet by Dewey, with tho resulting
loss of prcstlgo to Spain. Then In Juno
Aguinaldo tame. On this point tho
The following memorandum on this
subject has been furnished tho com
mission by Admiral Dowey:
On April 21, 1808, tho following ci
pher dispatch was received ut Hong
kong from K. Spencer Pratt. United
States Consul Gcuernt at Singapore:
"Aguinaldo, insurgent leader, here.
Will como to Hongkong, arrange with
commodore for general co-opcratlon
Insurgents Manila If desired. Tele
On tho same clay Commodore Dowey
telegraphed Mr. Pratt: "Tell Aguinal
do como as boon ns possible." the ne
cessity for hnstu being duo to tho fact
that the squadron nnd been notified by.
uiu uuiiKKuiiK uuviTumciii io-ie;ive yio
waters byttjia billowing day. Tntj squa
dron left Hoiigkong o"u"tlfe morning of
tho 25tlr; and Mlrs Bay on tho 27th.
Aguinaldo, did not leave Singapore un
til tho 20th, nnd so did not nrrlvo In
Hongkong in tlmo to linvo a confer
ence with tho admiral.
It had been reported to tho commo
dore ns early ns March 1 by tho United
States Consul ut Manila and others
that tho Filipinos had broken out In in
suirectlon against tho Spanish author
ity lu tho vicinity of Manila, and on
Mimh 30 Mr. Williams had telegraph
ed "Five thousand lebols armed in
camp near city, Lojnl to us In caso of
Upon tho nrrlvnl of tho squadron nt
Manila it was found that thero was no
Insurrection to speak of .and it was
accordingly decided to nllow Aguinaldo
to tome to Cavlto on board tho Mc
culloch. Ho arrived with thirteen ot
his staff on May 10 nnd Immediately
camo on board tho Olympla to call on
tho commander-in-chief, after which he
was allowed to land at Cavlto and or
ganize an army. This was done with
tho purpose ot strengthening the
United States forces and weakening
those ot tho enemy. .No alliance ot any
kind was entered into with Aguinaldo,
nor was any promise 01 independence
mado to him, then or at any other time.
The chapter dovoted to "capacity for
HClf-govcrnnicnt" Is tho result, tho re
port states, of diligent inquiry for sev
eral months, In tho course of which a
great number of witnesses wero ex
amined of all shades of political
thought and varieties of occupation,
tribe and locality. Tho most stirring
and perhaps tho most significant fact
in tho cntlro situation Is tho multiplici
ty of tribes Inhabiting tho archipelago,
tho diversity ot their languages (which
aro mutually Unintelligible) and tho
multifarious phases of civilization
ranging all tho way from tho highest
to the lowest. As to this tho report
says: "Tho Filipinos nro not n na
tion, but a variegated assemblage of
different tribes, and peoples, and their
loyalty Is still ot tho tribal type."
New York, Nov. 3. A special to tho
With tho submission of their preli
minary report to tho President, mem
bers ot tho commission folt at liberty
for tho first timo since their arrival In
tho United States to partly discuss tho
subject of their investigation.
"1 wish you would say for mo," said
Admiral Dewey, "that I Indorso every
word ot tho commission's admtrablo re
port. I can say this with perfect pro
priety, for tho reason that I did not
"There has nover been n moment
slnco tho llrst gun was fired that tho
United States could havo with
drawn from tho islands, and the rea
sons set forth In tho report as to why
permanent American control Is essen
tial aro, In my opinion .Immovable
There Is no other alternative. That
tho Tagalos aro realizing It Is shown
by tho rapid disintegration from Agul
KAUAI SUIT IN COURT
Lovells Enter a Complaint Against Wm.
H. Rice, Trustee.
Alleged Convenlon of Honey to Ills Own Use
and Failure to File An Account
A suit has been filed In tho Circuit
Court, Fifth Circuit, by Mary H. Lov
cll, Mary Holoakhtkl, Lolkl Halll Lov
oll, William Keknna Lovell nnd Daniel
Kcopaulu Lovell, heirs of JoscphJ.ov
en, uguinsi wm. 11. nice, trusico or Jo
seph Lovell and Mary II. Lovell ,hls
wife, and tho Kauai Industrial School,
for an accounting and tho turning over
of certain moneys alleged to bo now
In tho keeping of tho abovo named
The bill of complaint tells of the ap
pointment of Wm. II. Rico as tho trus
tco and what It was agreed ho should
do, tho death of Joseph Lovell In tho
month of December of 1888, nt Llhuo,
Kauai, tho acceptance by Wm. II. Rico
of tho trusts, his receipt of consider
able sums of money from tlmo to time,
of tho alleged application ot n smnll
part thereof upon tho trusts nnd tho nl
leged conversion of tho reslduo to Ids
Tho bill of complaint speaks moro
particularly of tho sale of a certain
piece of lnnd nt Lltiue, Kauai, on tho
7th dny of September, 1880, and known
as Malumalu (this property Including
thirty acres more or less), to tho Kauai
Industrial School for tho sum of $1500.
Tho plaintiffs state that this sum was
grossly Inadequate and that tho trus
tee exceeded his power under tho deed
of trust by selling tho property.
Tlioy fuithcr nllego that tho defen
dants, knowing tho nlue of tho land,
conspired and confederated together
for the transfer of tho same for tho
smnll sum mentioned, nnd that tho
proceeds of tho sale were nover applied
or used for tho purpose designated In
the deed but were withheld by tho de
fendant, Wm. H. Rice, for his own use.
Tho tiustco Is further charged with
refusing to pny over sums of money
dun nnd n failure to fllo any account In
court. They wish Rico removed from
tho tiuslceshlp nnd n suitable person
appointed by tho court.
Paul Neumann and Geo. A. DinIh
havo been retained as attorneys for tho
v - 7
II. M. Aers, editor of tho Sunday
Kagle, was fined $10 nnd costs In the
Polico Court this forenoon on the
charge of tunning a lottery game, do-
reminnt pleading guilty nnd giving in
nocence ns tho cause for tho breaking
of tho law in launching forth In his
paper tho missing word contest.
Judge Wilcox explained to tho defen
dant that hri wns tho ono who caused
tho Marshal to look Into tho matter
and therefore ho had n right to call for
another Judgo to dccldo Ills case, Mr.
Ayers said lie was satisfied nnd Judgo
Wilcox thought that a suspension ot
sentence would bo sufficient. Marshal
Brown asked that 11 small flno bo Im
posed In order that there might not bo
a suspended sentence hanging over Mr.
Social Science Association.
Tho opening meeting ot tho 19th year
of tho Social Sclenco Association wns
held at tho home ot tho lata Rov. C.
M. Hyde last evening. The election of
officers to servo during tho ensuing
year, resulted as follows: L. A. Thur
ston, president; W. R. Castle, secre
tary; Theo. Richards, treasurer. Reso
lutions ot respect for tho memory ot
Dr. Hyde, the prime mover In tho or
ganization of tho Association wero
adopted. Informal addresses on Dr.
Hydo were mado by President Dole,
Prof. Scott, Dr. Whitney, Prof. Hos
mcr and Prof. Alexander.
Dr .Posey, specialist for Eye, Ear,
Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrh.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sate by Manufacturers' Shoe
S Orders have been received from
the War Department that Battery
"A" and Battery "N" 6th Artillery
V proceed as soon as possible to the
C Battery"A" commanded by Cap
g tain Marsh Is stationed at the bar
g racks In town. Battery "N" corn
Si manded by Lieut. Cree is at Camp
k It Is probable that the batteries
Swill leave on one of the transports
soon to arrive. The men are highly
S pleased at the prospect of going to
the front. '
CONEMAUGH WITH HORSES
The stock transport Conemuugh
from San Francisco arrived last night
at 6:30. Although leaving on tho morn
ing of tho 4th, tho heavy head wlnda
and heavy seas encountered during the
fli8t six days delayed tho steamer to a,
considerable extent. A
Like tho Lcelanaw, tho Concmaugh
altogether on board. Theso w ill bo left
hero and a fresh lot taken on nnd tho
Concmnugh proceed to Manila direct
Tho animals that arrived are In flno
condition, nnd considering tho rough
passage and adverse conditions ho was
laboring under Veterinary Surgeon J.
A. Welsh was ery fortunate to bavo
only two horses dlo on tho way, thU is
creditable when one considers that un
der tho best conditions from two to
ten horses dlo on tho nvcrago trans
port. Considerable mall was carried,
there being cloven sacks for Honolulu
nnd 241 for Manila.
Tho officers on board nro Lieut. G.
H. Curry, Q. M., Dr. F. O .Dnglchardt
and Veterinary Surgeon J. A. Welsh.
Tho ship's officers nro ns follows:
Captain Roberts, First Officer F. E.
Horton. Second Officer J. A. Snnford, :
Third Officer K. P. Bartlott, Engineer"
I). Dc Sllvn, Puiscr M. A. Tucker, Stew
ard G. R. Young.
TWO JAPANESE HURT.
Theio wns an accident at Kewalo .
near Andrade's stables, this morning
that resulted In Internal injuries for
one -Japanese nnd severe bruises for
Tho Japanese, carpenters by trade,
wero working on a now framo houso
and were standing on a scaffold. This
suddenly gao away nnd precipitated
tho two men to tho ground bolow.
Tho patrol wagon was sont to tho
sccuo nnd tho Japancso with Internal
Injuries taken to tho Japancso hospi
tal. Tho other man was removed to
his home In n hack.
Miss Minnie Bcrtlemnnn ot Kllnuca,
Kauai, nnd J. W. Hall ot this city, wero
mnrrlcd ut tho homo of August Drolcr
cm Berctanla street last ovenlng. Fa
ther Syh ester of Kauai performing the
ceremony. After tho wedding, a de
lightful supper to tho wedding party
and guests present was given. Tho
newly married couple went to tho ho
tel, there to remain until they tako
their departure for Maul in tho near
A meeting of a number of tho stock
holders ot Knmalo was held in Foster
Hall last evening. Attorney Henshall
was In tho chair. Tho treasurer's re
port showed a balance of 1439.74 to be
collected on accouut ot tho 2 per cent
assessment and a total liability of
$129.10. Other matters ot importance
wero attended to.
No Cabinet Meeting Today.
There was no meeting of the Cabinet
this morning. W. O. Smith was closeted
with President Dole during the noon hour.
It Is thought that the latter will be unable
to get away for Washington this month.
Co., Fnrt St., Sign of tho Tig Shge.