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"Vol. VII. No. 1385.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, NOVEMKEK 2i," 1899.
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Pkioe ft Oentb. 'n
'LOGAN IS NOW TRAVELING
Was inx Chicago With Sam Parker
Carl Hedemann's Commission Col. Sam
Leans For Washington Unexpected Ho-
nolnla Welcome -Exposition Prizes.
Chicago, Nov. 7. After u seilcs of
impediment!) yesterday, Including nn
electric cur breakdown nt Council
liluffs, wo, by our too nnllH, cnuglit the
Chicago special yestorday evening, and
arrived hero this morning. Tho train
wjih twenty-four und a half hourB late
fiom railway accidents not a hard
proposition to catch yet had It gain
d the half hour we should lmvo missed
What wo did not miss further, was
a large part of the reception to t'.io
Iowa soldier hoys from Manila at
Council DIuITh. Probably tho staid
town never hud larger crowds or great
1 was hardly over bo glnd nt v liming
ii race for n train, when wn met a roar
ing Honolulu wclcomo on entering n
Wngner conch. Tho first to shoii" wn3
Sam Parker, then In quick succession
Carl Hedcmann und Godfrey Drown,
Hid lust smilingly observing, "This Is
not tho train for Honolulu." The tva
'olers fro inhomo spent n iilensmit o'n
ulng together while whirling mi'i tnu
Mr. Parker laughed over tho rumor
started at homo about his bell g ii can
.dldate for Governor of tho Territory
of Haw-all. It had never been in his
mind to entertain any suggest! m of
tho kind. Ho was going to Washing
ton to confor with his friend, .-senator
Clark of Wyoming, on miolncis, prob
ably not altogether unconnected with
Ids contemplated purchase of Hiuirmil.i
Mr. Hedcmann talked freely of his
prodigious commission from tho
Hpreckelsvllle, Kwa, McBrydo and Olna
plantation companies. This Is rhlolly
tlm placing of ordere for tho Iron and
steel work of now mill building tor
all four companies.
Tho now mill ofKprcckel8vllle Is In
tended to lmvo tho enormous capacity
of live hundred toiis of raw sugar eacli
twenty-four hours. Tho aggregate of
tho orders given Mr. Hedcmann to
place, at tho present Miarket rai" la
trom $1,000,000 to 'U.CUOUO). Iron lac
tors will not accopt uny he.ny 01 tiers
now, owing to tho excessive demand,
except from large and rcgulu.' t"!
toni"r4 llk those 'if Hawaii i-r In
stance. Tho writer Is tin ' promise to 'ho
Omaha rcprfiicntiitv ol Ir'-i "-el
Steel, Chicago to contribute ..n .nth-lc
on tho harwnro trade of Jlnwill. t M.at
tr.ido periodical M.- Ili'dtwanns in
formation will le.td Interest to tlio sub
ject. Mr. Hcdemann went right through to
Cleveland. Messrs, Parker and Drown
left this afternoon for Washington.
Your correspondent and wife Intend
leaving for Doston tomorrow after
noon, timing our departure to spend
tho daylight hours of Thursday at
Dy tho way, it is loported tlm .1. M.
Simpson, superintendent of exhibits for
tho Greater American Exposition, will
tie in tho eamo relation to tho Pun
.Amerlcun Exposition nt Duffalo In 1901.
In that case Hawaii will-lmvo a friend
at court for any representation tho
Territory may havo thore. His prac
tical interest in tho Hawaiian exhibit
sit Omaha is shown by tho following
"Omaha, U. S. A., Oct. III. 18!W,
Mr. Daniel iogan, Sec. Hawaiian
Commission, Omaha. Dear Sir: Hav
ing inado a personal Inspection of tho
Hawaiian exhibit installed by you for
tho Honolulu Chamber of Commerco,
It gives mo much pleasuro to testify to
tho superior oxcellcnco of Its composi
tion nnd nirangoment. Your exhibit
la second to nono in tho Greater Amer
ican Exposition for general attiautlve
ncss and specific fulfillment of tho ob
ject In viow. It la a splendid represen
tation of tho educational nnd social
Hdvancemcnt and tho industilal and
commercial development of tho Ha
waiian Islands. I do not think tho In
terests of your Islands at the Exposi
tion could havo been In better hands.
Your Intercourse with tho public, ns
well as with tho Directorate, cannot
fall to bo romombored with pleasuro by
nil with whom you havo conio in con
tnct, for your never-falling courtesy
and eminent adaptability to nil tho du
ties of your position. Yours truly,
"I. N, SIMPSON..
Supt. of Exhibits,
"Greater American Exposition."
EXPOSITION CLOSED FURIOUSLY.
Tho Exposition closed with a great
furoro on October 31 at midnight. Its
last day was named for Omaha, which
for Its part hod nobly supported tho
show, Extraordinary precautions had
been taken to prevent rioting and van
dalism on the part of unpaid workmen.
All of tho disturbing talk Induced my
self to set a special guard over the Ha
waiian exhibit for tho closing week.
Men of th electric department, tho
closing afternoon, drew tho fires nt tho
power house. They wero driven off by
the police and the Illumination ramo
on, but an hour or bo late. At near
midnight, however, when the midway
waa most uproarious with the horso
play of thousands of both sexes, tho
malcontent electric gang managed to
cut tho water connections, nnd tho In
scrutablo problem onco moro was sig
nally presented "Whero was Moses
when tho light went out?"
All of tho Exposition proper build
ings had been closed somo ns early
as bIx, the latest at nlno o'clock. Ten
or fifteen thousand people, of both
sexes nnd all ages above babyhood,
paraded In contrary and concentric
masses elenr around tho midway, cross
ing tho grand court. With wisps of
hay and straw from tho Philippine vil
lage and tho Canadian exhibit, the pro
miscuous gangs tickled each other's
faces In meeting. Dands of young men
nnd boys with Joined hands would coll
about Indhiduals nnd groups, whether
the victims were aggressors themsolves
or otherwise, nnd maul nnd tumblo
tnem about In rude and reckless fash
ion Not far from the unauthorized
dousing of the glim, the police closed
all tho midway places where intoxi
cants were sold. This hnd tho effect of
dhertlng the rougher element off the
grounds Into town.
Withal there were no serious results
fiom the saturnalia of closing night.
(living the first day of tho month
over to n jury on awards for our exhi
bit, I had the packing up completed
and the packages all hauled from tho
grounds beforo the close of tho third
With the exception of n donation of
articles to the Omaha public museum
nnd disposal of other articles to repay
substantial assistance and for adver
tising purposes, the Hawaiian cxhibltr
aro In storogo nt Omnba nwnltlng or
ders ns to what shall go to Paris.
Spcoklng of advertising purposes. It
may bo montloued that Mr. Hollv, the
Union Pacific Hallway passenger agent
in Chicago, today expressed n wish to
m that ho might have some good plc
tuics of Hawaiian scenery to display In
tho window of his olllco This suggests
a heap of potent advertising of Ha
waiian attractions which might be
dono nt slight expense in nil the large
cities. Mr. Harlow, of tho U. P. passen
ger department nt Omaha, mndo effect
lo use of pictures from tho Trans
.Mississippi Exposition ,und It Is hard
ly necessary for mo to npollglzo for
equipping him to somo extent for like
good service from this year s exniiiit.
AWARDS TO HAWAII.
It may be mentioned that tho three
Jurors on the Hawaiian exhibit have
unanimously recommended awards ns
First clu.s diplomas Honolulu
Chamber of Commeice, for whole exhi
bit; Cnstlo H. Cooko, Ltd.. for No. 1
raw sugar: McCord, Urady Co.. Omaha,
for Hawnllnn roasted coffeo; II. Hnck
feld & Co., Ltd., for Hawaiian green
coffee; .1 .A. Hopper, for Hawaiian No.
1 rice: Mrs. Geo. E. Doardman, for pro
served tamarinds nnd China orango
marmalade; Hawaiian News Co.. mu
sical Instruments, books, etc.; Knme
hamcha School for Hoys, for articles bf
handicraft; St. Anthony's School, Tor
school work; I). D. Baldwin, Haiku, for
sea nnd land shells, etc.; Dergstrom
Music Co., for ukulele.
Honorablo mention New Englnnd
Candy Co., for Hawaiian preserved
fruits: Kawnlahao School, for sowing
and written exorcises.
DAN I EL LOGAN.
Troops Arrive ut Cnpc Town.
London, Nov. 15. It was official
ly announced this afternoon that tho
Drltlsh transport Goorkha, with tho
First Drigado staff, tho Third battalion
of Grenadiers and a detachment of tho
Royal Engineers, tho transport Mn
nllu, with tho Second Devonshire and
tho transport Nomadic, with their
mounts, havo nrrlved at Capo Town.
Tho transport Drltannlc, with tho
Royal Irish Rides, has sailed from Capo
Town for Enst London.
Huwtillan Peck's Bad Hoy.
Charley, the samo native boy who ap
peared ' beforo Jtldgo Wilcox about a
week ago, put In an appearanco again
today. It seems that tho llttlo fellow Is
nddlcted to the habit of stealing nnd
performing all kinds of mischievous
pranks. Judge Wilcox acted on tho
suggestion of Mnrshal Drown nnd sent
tho llttlo fellow to tho Reform School
for six months.
Miss Million Folsom, duughter of
Assistant Appraiser Folsom, and Win.
II. Wallace, will bo married in St. An-
drew.'a Cathedral on tho evening of
Tuesday, November 28. Mr. Wallace,
arrived just recently fiom Oregon. A
short tlmo will bo spent in Honolulu,
after which Mr.. Wallace will take his
bride buck to his home in Oregon, there,
Bishop Museum Work.
Work In ornithology at tho Dishop
Museum goes on apaco, Somctlmo ago
Wm. A. Dryan, formerly of the Field
Columbian Museum was engaged to
mount specimens. Moro recently A
Searlo, formerly of tho California Aca
demy of Science has been assigned to
collect specimens. Doth these gentle
men nro well versed in tho tasks they
havo In hand.
Chief Stownrd Secloy of tho Australia
was arrested last night on tho char go
of assault and battery on W. J. Daly,
an under steward on tho samo vessel.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon Seel
ey plended not guilty and fought his
own caso without tho assistance of an
attorney. After a short trial defendant
was found not guilty ond discharged
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TRANSPORT PATHAN IN PORT
With Balance of 46th Regiment Dts
tined For Manila.
List ol Officers And Hen Aboard -Both Very
Mixn Incensed Over Newspaper Reports
As To Behavior.
The balunco of tho UCtli Regiment
arrived this morning in tho Transport
Patlmn. There are U31 men and 22 offi
cers In all. Tho men were enlisted nt
South Framlngham, Mass.
Tho Pathan left San Francisco No
vember 14, at tho Bnme tlmo ns the Clly
of Sydnoy but, being a much slower
boat, nvas left far nstern. The wholo
of tho -IGth Regiment la now In port
nnd, contrary to all reports made con
cerning them, the men nro as orderly
and flno a body of men ns over passed
through Honolulu, officers nnd men
seem to bo on exceptionally good
terms nnd If nt any tlmo there was any
Insubordination among tho latter
there aro no Indications of this spirit
Tho man anticipated the nttnek that
was made on them by ono of the dally
papers of Honolulu, ns tho report of
their first troublo In Cincinnati had
preceded them to Sun Francisco und
tho papers there were, to use their own
expression, "Just laying fur them."
They wero severely ciitlclzed by tho
Sun Francisco papers and tho men em
phatically deny that there was nny In
subordination nmong them there ns
they did nothing hut what had been
dono by fuo men of other regiments,
about whom nothing had been snld.
The officers are quite Incensed over
the matter and seem to think that the
usual shortcomings of the soldier
should not bo so exaggerated in the
case of tho IGth Regiment simply lie
cause n Cincinnati paper started the
bull rolling. Ono olllcer snld, "Why, It
seems ns though tho articles deuound'
i III IIM ltd II KMI1K " IW"KU Illlll IUWU1UH
nuru iirciHiruu wei'KS uiivuti Ol lime in
each town. This seems hardly fair
considering the really good conduct of
the men who aio a fine lot and will
prove themsches us good ns any scut
Tho Pathan Is at tho Pacific Mall
wharf Inking on coal. Sho occupies
tho same berth us the Solace which
left for Manila via Guam nt fi o'clock
Tho officers of the regiment on board
are Major W. S. Miller (command
ing), Captains McKenna, Leo (assistant
surgeon), O'Connor, Reaney, McCon-j
mcii, iiuriiuii nun uiiusk) , t.icuiciiaiiis
Constable, Webb, Herrlngshnw, Dutter
ick, LukeiiH, Rntcheldcr, Cnvauaugh,
Winn. Gruencr. West, McElgln, Ross
and Powers. Captain Dltchmendy of
the 22d Infantry Is acting quartemns
tcr. The ship's ofllccr sure Captain O. H.
Diitler, First Officer La Drunn, Second
Ofllccr Howden, Third Officer Drooks
nnd Chief Engineer Drooks.
Young Portuguese Thief.
.luclntc, n young Portuguese boy, wns
arrested yesterday on tho charge of
stealing n watch from a lady. In tho
Pollco Court this forenoon defendant
snld he had taken tho watch, but that
ho had been put up to It by some one
else, .hid go Wilcox guco tho llttlo fel
low n term at tho Reform School.
Jacinto Is u very bad little boy. Prob
ably thero Is not a yard in tho city
whose fruit trees have not suffered
from the onslaughts of this llttlo fel
low win), though dlmlntlvc, la ns
active ns.n monkey.
Myrtle Bout Club.
The Myrtle Boat Club announces an Im
portant meeting for tomorrow night. The
racing compact between the three clubs
that expired with this year's champion
ship races at Pearl HarDor will be tho
roughly discussed. The meeting Is ready
intended for the purpose of framing In
structions for the delegates of the M. H.
C. to the Hawaiian Rowing Association to
act upon anil every member of the club Is
asked to be present In order that the opin
ion as a whole may be learned.
Four stowaways who succeeded in get
ting aboard the T mnsport City of Sydney
at San Franelsco, were marched ashore by
a guard of five men this morning and
placed In the lockup. Their names are ns
follows: Orb, Harry L. McDuffee, Jack
Carpenter and Senter Feftles. They ate
all In for Investigation.
- The C. A. S. S. Warrlraoo arrived
from the Colonies early this afternoon,
Tho Warrlmoo leaves for Vancouver
at 5 a. in. tomorrow.
Fine saddle maro for sale. See For
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co. expected
n largo consignment of Australian meat
on tho Warrlmoo today. Owing to lack
of spaco the steamer brought only fifty
carcasses. Tho company had ordered
The Division of Io;eu.rv of tho De
partment of, Agrlcultuto has sixteen
men n tho'State flf Wau'iini'ton gath
ering statistic recti (tint; tho prewth
of the red llr'
BEEF THROWN OVERBOARD
Big Lot on Transport City of Sidney
Supposed to Have Been Improperly Packed In
San Francisco To B Replaced by Heat
Fresh From the Local Harke.
The whole of the teef brought bv the
City of Sydney has been condemnej and
now lays In a huge pile on the Irmgard
The meat when taken on at San Fran
cisco was thoroughly inspected and pro
nounced to be In perfect condition, never
theless m 'he third day out'tlie men com
plained that they could not eat It as It was
knottier Inspection of the W'hole lot then
t ink place and about 8co pounds wer
t irown overboard, the rest seeming to bi
La-t Monday nlgit 8o men were taker
lolentlv III, suffering from severe cramp
and vomiting and the cause was attrlbul
-1 tn the eit. f"h' Is however de l
by the officers ns It is claimed some dried
apples were eaten that night by the men
and the pans used for cooking the apples
had not been cleaned and contained acid.
Most of the meat tiow ever continued to
be bad and on arrival here It was decided
to destroy the lot.
1 iic .neat wimi received on board nt
San Francisco was fresh from the block,
so the men claim, and was never frozen
through in the ice house, being ton thUUIv
iCm... ii UCll tie Hie c.c ii .u'J
eadlly account for Its spoiling. Fresh
meat III be taken on here before the City
if Sydney proc--eJs to M nil i.
FLAG AT HALF AlAST.
The ling of tho Iroquois .Is at half
mast today out of respect for the mem
ory of Commodore Georgo Hamilton
Wntklns. The following order has Just
been recoiled by Captain Pond.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. !I0.
Washington, Nov. 1,I89.
The Department deems It ptoper to
give official notice or tho death of Com
modore George Hamilton Perkins, who
died In Doston on the 2tlth ultimo. In
tho 0 'th.yenr of his age.
Commodore Perkins was appointed
ns Acting Midshipman In October, 1851,
and placed on the Retired List October
I, lS'Jl. During tills long period hu
earned the high respect nnd confidence
of the Navy and tho country. Conspicu
ous nmong his services was tho wcll
lemcmboreiUpurt with, the Ironclad
Chickasaw, commanded by him, took
In tho capture of tho ram Tennessee,
at tho battlo of Mohllo Hay. On May
II, IS'JG. Commodore Perkins was pio
mnted to Commodore, by n special net
of Congress, for his distinguished ser
vices during the Rebellion, an honor
As a mark of respect to Ills memoiy,
tho flags of tho navy yards and vessels
in commission, will bo displayed at
half-maflt from sunrise to sunset, nnd
cloven minute guns will bo fired nt
noon from the navy yards and stations,
on the dny after the receipt of this or
der. .JOHN D. LONG,
The production of Carmen tonight by
tho Lrics will be a society event In
tho strictest sense 6 f tho word. The nil
nneo sales aro extremely largo and ln
dicato u full hotiso. Carmen is one of
tho greatest opcrris that havo ever been
composed. It Is filled with grand solos,
quartets nnd Invigorating choruses.
Tho plot dramatically is inspiring nnd
calls for tho most Intense notion. Miss
Stanton, tho beautiful prima donna will
piny Carmen nnd Miss Andrews
Mlceln. Tho entire oigunlzntlon wll
be In tho cast.
Appeared on Uotli Sides.
Eight Chinese, Including one woman,
appeared ill tho Police Court tills Tore-
noon on tho charge of assault nnd bat
tery. Attorney Mugoon nnd then At
torney Crclghton annouueed to tho
court that thoy would defend somo of
tho defendants and prosccuta others.
Then each attornoy In turn asked that
a nolle prosequi bo entered In tho caBe
of the ones they wero retained to pro
Eccuto. This was done with the con
sent of the government prosecutor.
Evidently tho differences hud been ar
ranged on tho outside.
The Circuit Court.
The continuance asked for by the de
fendant in the libel case against W. H.
Marshall has been allowed. 1 he case will
be taken up at the Febmary Term. Per
mission was given the government to
ammend the complaint.
The agreement In the Hawaiian Tram
ways Co. case was concluded this morn
ing. Briefs will be filed bv both sides to
aid the, court In its consideration of the
contentions of the contestants. Five days
were dven within which to file briefs.
The motion to strike out the demurrer
In the case of Mendouca vs. Marckham
was granted this morning.
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engrav
cd Cards, Embossing.
U. V, WICHMAN.
BIG THANKSGIVING SERYIGE
Fonr Cbnrches Will Be Represented
At Central Union.
Rev. W. A. Gardner the Speaker -Opening
Order And Music By Best Singers
of the Clly.
Thero will be a big union Thanksgiv
ing service at Central Union church on
the morning of ThnnksgMng Day, No
vember 30, in which will bo Included
tho congregation of Central Union
church, the Methodist Episcopal
church, the Christian church nnd the
Advcntlsts. Rev. W.. Gardner of the
Christian church hns been chosen
speaker nnd his subject will be
"Thnnkbglvlng In all Things." Rev.
W. M. Klncnld, pastor of Central
Union, will, of mil ran tiikn unit In !..
The opening order will bo ns follows:
Rev. .1. P. Erwmau , lnocntlon nnd
reidlng of responsive lessons; Rev .11.
L. Howe, Scrlpturo Lessons nnd Rev.
G. L. Pearson, prayer.
A most excellent piogrnm of music
bus been arranged with Mrs. .1. W.
Ynrndlcy In churge. A largo combina
tion choir Will fin oni nf Ilin fonlnrmi
singing several anthems appropriate
to the occasion.
Mrs. Annls Montague Turner has
kindly consented to slnir ilm-lni? tin.
Thunkscivlni- HPrvln. mill n minrtnt
composed of the best muslcnl talent in
town win nun to tno excellent music.
The church Will 111- iteenrafml In nn
annroni Inli. imitmcr nml ovm-viMm.
will bo arranged to make tho union ser
vice one or llie mo3t successrul that
lias over been held In Honolulu.
JOS. 6CHAIKSCH OF KAUAI.
Tho Kilnuea Sugar Co. of Kauai has
hi ought suit against Jos. Scharscli for
ejectment from u certain piece of land
at Kilaiica with nn area of 11-100 acres.
Tho case will be tiled beforo Judge
Hardy of tho Fifth Ciicult In Mnrph of
1!00. Kinney. Dnllon & McClunnhnn
hae been retained by the plaintiffs.
It will bo remembered thnt last year
Scharscli won u dumnge suit In the
Circuit Court against tho Kllauea Su
gurCo.,thut resulted in tho awarding to
him of $3000 damages.
Lund for the Nnvy.
Mlniht.-r Mott-Smlth and Special
Agent Sownll both stated today ttiat
tticy had received no word from Wash
ington relative to the President's pro
clamation assigning lauds In Honolulu
to tho Nnvy, They concurred In the
conclusion that this proclamation was
simply tho completion of Commander
Merry s work In selecting neccessary
lands for tho Nuvy. So far as known
tho President hns granted nil tho lands J
which the Nnvy Department npplled .
Tickets Going Rapidly.
Jack McVeigh has succeeded In sell
ing eighty tickets for tho Lepers' Mer
ry Christmas concert in less than n
couple of days. Only one person out
of the whole number seen refused to
purchase tickets to nld In the good
Mrs. Craft will take u largo number
of tickets today und will go about
nmong tho people with them. The
eauso Is one that no ono should lefuse
Against Fred Wundcnhcrg.
Kenmoku (w) has brought suit
against Fred Wundculiurg In the Cir
cuit Court of this district, for reforma
tion of deeds made out toApll (China
man), by her father. Plaintiff claims
that two ApauiiK of property at Hnla
wa were mentioned In the deed -But
mat tho intention of her father was
that npana '1 iilouo should bo conveyed.
For this reason alio asks for tho refor
Art League Reception.
Invitations nro out for tho First View
reception of tho Kllohana Art League
to be held next Monday ovenlng. This
reception will open the fall exhibit of
tho Ait League.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
For Sale by Manufacturer' Shoe
I Ml'l lllalilll'l
,tx. r &L .vJtLJaBI"
k Col. Parker In Washington.
Seated at a table at Chainberlln's
last evening, which bore ample evi
dence of a fcenerous repast, was a
man of etMorJln.irllv lnnilc.m
it appearance, which, combined with
Sn powerful physique, would make
him an object of Interest In any as
semblage. He was none other than
Col. Sam Parker, former prime
minister of Hawaii mulrr li I iilim.
L kalanl regime. Col. Patkerlslnthe
C prime of life, nnd though there Is
Sontv a strain of white blood in his
veins derived from a Yankee
m Krat!,'father, his own personality is
fi o full of strength and Intellect that
in ins presence one forgets to .think.
of racial differences. ' '
He Is in truth, a splendid-looking
Juan, and his genial qualities are so
obvious that it Is easy to see how
he acquired the reputation of being
the most popular man in Hawaii.
He Is the owner of 'in estate of
500,003 .ures, on which roam manv
thousands of cattle. Col. Parker Is
the cattle king of the Hawaii in ll-
and-i. and from his rani h romc the
" lvpf Ktetr tfl.lt fitrm tlm -lilf cnn.
S - - - ""i"
ply of Honolulu.
. Senator Clark, of Wvuminc. who
Is a warm personal friend, sat near
1 1 colonel and in the p irty also
were Prince David, nephew of the
former Queen, and .Mr. Godfrey
Draw n, a leading business man of
THE HIGHEST FIVE
Following is the standing in the MUL
Ll.TIN's Hoys I ribune bicycle race, of the
highest five up to and Including yesterday:
1st PrizeTribune HIcyclc.
2nd Prize -Suit of Clothes.
rd Prle Pair of Shoes.
4th PrlzcPockct Knife.
The tw enty boys at the head of the lis
when the contest closes will be given free
tickets t ) such performance of the Boston
Lyric Opera Company as they may se
lect. 'I lie next batch, twenty boys below
the highest, will be given free tickets to
Ah Par t 817K
F. Lubcck 76ftJ
C. Lewis I9SI
Men Yin 1400
Frank Stone 1888-
Disagreement In Kona.
Race prejudice more or less manifest
in tlie Kona district of Hawaii came to a
collision on Sunday last. Half a dozen
Portuguese fell upon three Japanese on the
public road The little brown men were
quite roughly handled. They complained
to Deputy Sheriff Nalnle. The officer,
v Ith three assistants w ent to an indicated
neighborhood and arrested the Portuguese
Japs had collected in number and were
threatening. This caused the Portuguese
to make a rush and rescue the prisoner.
The Japs now offered to asl:t Nahale in
makhig a wholesale arrest. The deputy
sheriff 'ordered tjie Japanese to clear out
and they moved away muttering form
vengeance on both the officer and the
Purtuguese. More men of Nahale's force
had arrived, having been summoned by
telephone and a descent was made on the
A slight resistance was encountered hut
the representative of the law carried 4iut
his plans. The prisoners will be charged
with assault and battery, rioting and "ob
structing justice." There Is bitter feeling
in the district between the Japs and Por
tuguese. Formerly the latter were
supreme In Kona, but in recent months
the Japs have been coming rapidly, taking
land and performing labor at cut rates.
Dr. Posoy, specialist for Eye, Ear,
Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrh.
Co., Fort St.. Sign of the Big Shoe. :
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