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Hawaii's Popular Sea Captains !
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ONE VOTE FOR
THE MOST POPULAR CAP
TAIN OP THE ISLAND
Vol. VIII. No. 1453
HONOLULU, H. I.. MONDAY, FJSUliUAKY 12. 1100.
Pbiob 6 Oentp.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 170.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, 0 and 04 0'
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 04 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, welghlnc 22 lbs ,and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The hlcvcle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. stents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made Between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
ami Pric, Slngci Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
Muwn tl!e fhrw" tvlr nf machines:
, that with oscl II Jting shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
ton, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automa le." with three drawers. This
machine will be furnlnhed by B. Ber
jicrHcn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
ttrd Prize, Pretno Senior Camera.
4x5, with OutJIt, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Hack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
us;d with cither Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Pack,
Graduate, Stirring Nod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
KAL1HI PUMPING STATION
Lowest Tender Away Beyond Amount
Appropriated by Lsgtslalnre.
New Tenders Hay Be Called For-Machinery
Is Ordered -Precarious Status of
All Public Contracts.
NO CASES SINCE SUNDAY
Smith Is Hot
Uli Prize, a Zonophone, the Lnt-c-Ht
Improvement on the Grumo
phonc, with O Records, $110.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Bcrjistrom
Aluslc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
Tenders for erecting the Kallhl
pumping station were opened In the
Interior ofllco at noon today. They
were as follows ,tho first and second
In each case being for variations of
stono walls and the third for Califor
nia brick with stono trimmings:
James Barry and M. n. McGownn,
$11,989, $41,414 and ?12,CS9.
Henry Burrows, S3 1,093. $34,919 and
L. D. Davis & Co.. $39,803, $39,000
John F. Bowler, $ I3.G7G for Kalmukl
stono nml $39,309 for Palama stone:
$43,9SC for Kalmukl stone nml $39,1B0
for Palama stone; $ 10,740 for Kalmukl
stono trimmings and $37,271 for Pa
lama stono trimmings.
Fred. Hnrrlson, $74,300 for the first
description of building only.
Lucas Bros., $40,520. $17,179
Victor Hoffman, "on condition that
tho money Is available," $13,799 for
Kalmukl stone nnd $39,099 for Pala
ma stone; $14,199 for Knlmukl stono
nnd $39,r,99 for Palama stone; $11,199
for Kalmukl stone nnd $38,999 for Pa
Sir. Uurrows makes tho lowest bid,
but It Is far beyond tho money appro
priated by the Legislature. Tho esti
mate was based on tho cost of the Berc
tanla street Btatlon, which was $12,000
by day's labor. It Is likely the specifi
cations will bo amended nml now ten
ders invited. Tho pumping machinery
has meantime been ordered. Even If
the contract could havo been nwarded
on present tenders, tho work could
scaicely bo more than started until It
would hnvo to stop, along with other
Important public works now In hand,
through the deadlock In Hawaiian
finances which ran only lie broken by
action of the Washington authorities.
Bronchlcal Trouble That Is Noi Serious
Sunday's Record Not An Improvement
The Rat Campaign.
2 p. m. No now cases today.
Armstrong Smith Is suffering
from nn nttnek of bronchitis nt
tho pest house. Some nntl
plague scrum was Injected into
his body by Dr. Hoffman yes
terday on account of Mr. Smith
having been exposed to the
plague. Asked about tho case
this afternoon, Minister Coop
er, acting president of the
Board of Health said: "You
may stato officially that Arm
strong Smith Is not n victim of
Ah Choy, mnlo Chinese, uged 2
years, Magoonvlllc, corner South nnd
Queen streets, afternoon of February
10. Suspicious. Patient was sick
through tho day. Iurge swelling
In the right axilla, with tenderness.
Place quarantined and patient being
carefully watch for developments.
Kami!, mnlo Japanese, at Wilson's
Camp, Kakaako, whero the laborers
on the sewers are living, Inguinal
glnnd somewhat enlarged but not ten
der. Servient posterior glands slightly
Alull. mnlo Hawaiian, uged :!", died
at his homo In Kallhl valley Sunday.
Tlieio was a post mortem by Dr. Hoff
man nnd tho body was cremated. There
has been 110 report from Dr. Hoffman
as yet, but slides have, been made
There were some Biisplclous signs.
The following conJItlons of the contest J
must be observed :
. 1. All subsctlptlons must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No "renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted in this conte:t as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona lide addition to the subscription lists.
1. Subscriptions should be sent In as
soon as secured, together with the name
and aJdress of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great careshould be t iken
to give ACCUKATULY the full name and
address of each new subscribe.
4. Any person in the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
MORE PIRE CLAIMS.
nnrmi the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many votes
for the Captain of his choice accotdlngto
the term of his subscrlntbn. will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: J8.00 per year,
S2.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
Samuel M. Damon, executor of tho
will of Antonio L. d'Ollvelra, has lllcd
his first nnd final account, charging
himself with $19,800.30 nnd asking to
bo allowed ti.B25.31, which make the
balanco due the estate $l8,2S1.0o.
Mrs. Uosallo Weir has filed nn at
tested claim of $35.75 for clothing
burned In tho laundry nt 21 Bcrc
tanla street, by order of Board of
Health agents. Miss Mao Wt.. .ms pre
sented n similar claim ot $31 for cloth
ing lost In tho same place, and another
claim of $8.03 for books destroyed by
fire In Kaumakaplll school. Both ladles
aro school teachers.
Judge Stanley this morning adjourn
ed Circuit Court term for another
week, on account of tho state of the
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
1 he captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wlchman. I hey
are the Dest that can be obtained and may
he seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes which appear
each day In the upper right hand coru-r of
the first Dice, which are to be filleJ out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast voies as lonows. a
coupon for the number Is attached to the
1 MONTH 40 VOTES
1 MONTHS 150 V Jlfcb
6 MONTHS 350 VOTES
1 YEAR 750 VOTES
The standing of the contest Friday. Feb.
S, was as follows. This list will be chang
ed every Saturday.
CAPT. SIMERSON 1230
CAPf". CAMERON 1100
. CAPT. CLARKE 1027
CAPT. PEDERSEN 444
CAPT. TULLETT 197
CAPT. BRUHN H7
CAPT. FREEMAN no
CAPT. NICHOLSEN 0
CAPT. WEISBARTH 0
CAPT. SAMSON 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 6
Circulars havo been received by tho
Honolulu winners of nwnrds nt tho
Creator American Exposition, from on
Omaha company having tho oxcluslvo
right to furnish diplomas and medals.
Owing to tho financial deficiency In tho
Exposition treasury tho testimonials
nro at tho expense of the recipients ot
C. James and B. Davis were arrest-
'cd early Sunday morning on the charge
of malicious Injury. A una or $5 nnu
costs was imposed on these men In tho
Pollco Court this forenoon.
It appears that both James and Da
vis were nt Harvey Chaso's Walklki
placo Suturday night. Becoming lvZ
ot tho entertnlnmcnt at tho place, they
went out Into tho ynrd and "borrowed"
hack 23. They drovo to town but were
seen by tho owner of tho hack later on,
tho arrest following.
Today Chaso was arrested on tho
chargo of selling spirituous liquor
without n llccnso nnd keeping a disor
derly house. The pollco hnvo succeed
ed in obtaining most incriminating evl
denco ngalnst Chase.
The guards and other men doing
work nt the Kallhl camp wcro fumi
gated today, tho work of fumigating
tho pooplo of tho vurlous houses hav
ing been completed.
Minister Cooper of tho Board of
Health, acting as president of that
body (lining the nbsenco on Maul of
Dr. Wood, called nt tho camp yester
day and was shown over the premises
by Superintendent McVeigh.
In 11 dny or two the military gnnrilp
will be removed from Kallhl, Dr. Wood
of tho Board of Health having recom
mended this on account of the expense.
Many people at the camp aro of tho
opinion that tho presenco ot tho mili
tary thero Is tho only thing that is
keeping down a very unruly set of
Japanese now In detention. Should the
military bo removed these fellow.s
might tako It into their heads to be
During tho past week soldiers anil
others nt Kallhl havo killed in the
neighborhood of two hundred rntn.
Tho rodents In that district hnvo 11
habit or making their nests In the nl
Joo Paakanla, tho drug rlerk of tho
government dispensary, went out to
tho camp Sunday to assist Dr. Howard.
Ho will remain thero until Dr. Oar
vln returns from Maul.
The locket contains a diamond on one
side nnd the following Inscription on
tho other: "Plague Epidemic. A. L.
C. Atkinson, from his fellow workers
Kerosene Warehouse Detention Camp.
Mr. Atkinson responded feelingly
and was applauded most heartily.
Mr. McComb received a testimonial
signed by nil the guards In which their
appreciation of his efforts on their be
half Is emphasized.
Feed the RatH.
Will K. Fisher, Inspector of the Ko
walo district, has made 11 suggestion
to the Sanitary Commltttcc, which It
approves, relative to rats. Ho states
that professional rat catchers nlwnys
placo food for several days on tho spots
where they Intend to plncc poison.
On the third or fourth night, linvlnt
gained the confidence of tho rnts, poi
son Is placed where tho food hns pre
viously been nnd gets in its deadly
work without frightening the othes
nway; whereas, If poison Is placed nt
the beginning nnd a rat dies trum Its
effects, nil the other rats will give the
poison n wide berth. Mr. Fisher has
gone Into tho rat-feeding business, and
other Inspectors nnd citizens gener
ally ore urged to do tho same.
Two Soldiers Caught.
Two soldiers on duty at the lower
end of tho Kallhl detention camp were
caught Sunday forenoon hi caking one
of tho quarantine rules. Tho matter
was referred to Col. Jones who gave
the cnnib officials power to do what
they pleased with the men. Tho two
were then taken to Hi" fumigating
plant whero they werp btrlppod' and
given n scrubbing with 11 brush that
could easily be felt. They were then
given suits of ordlnnry pi litmus mid
mnrehed to Camp Jones past n lino of
guards who "guyed" the men until
they were glad to turn their h'niU th"
other way and Inn-cane their pace.
Pelotn, female South Sen Islander,
nged 50, South Sea Island settlement.
Queen street, Feb. 10. Temperature 101,
Mntstida Molllill. male Japanese,
aged SO, Kniiioljllll. Feb. 11. bronchitis.
BUBONIC PLAGUE ON MAUI
News Brought From Kabnlal
Four Deaths and One Suspicious Case-Ka-hulul
and Walluku la Quarantine
Drs. Wood and Garvin Leave.
will return, but this will very' probably
bo tonight. When Dr. Wood left it
was his Intention to bo back last night
but, from the fact that ho has not yet
returned, people arc beginning to think
that the situation at Kahulul is very
much more serious than at first sup
posed. Dr. Garvin will no doubt re
main at KaliuluL
The opinion ot the pcoplo of Maui li
that the plaguo reached tho Island by
means of Clhnese freight lauded nt
Kahulul over two months ago. This
wns opened at about Chlucso Now
Year tlmo nnd the cases developed
THE MILITARY WITHDRAWS
Only a Few N. 0. H. Men
Aims to Remain.
Yiry Satisfactory Conditions at Kalllii Detention
Camp Superintendent McYtlgli's Ablo
Rule -Good Health of Military.'
Wailuku Hospital Crowded.
Walluku, Feb. 9. Malulanl hospital,
Walluku, is crowded with Japanese
patients from Klhel nnd Spreckels-
villo plantations. Tho careful nursing
of the Sisters In chargo has won for
them tho confldenco of the Japanese
and henco tho eagerness to bo treated
at tho hospital.
It Is no uncommon sight to see sick
Japanese carried by their countrymen
in litters all tho way from lKhcl, pass
through tho streets of Walluku.
New Custom House Guuger.
Prof, lngalls has accepted tho posi
tion of Custom House ganger, but on
account of his duties In connection
with tho fumigating operations ot tho
Board ot Health ho will not bo nblo to
tako up his new duties until Wednes
A memorial" service, In memory ot
tho into Mrs. Qco. E. Boardman, will
bo held In tho Christian church at U
p. m. next Sunday. Ilov. J. Hay, pas
tor, will conduct tho service.
WEDDINO STATIONERY, Engraved
H. V. WICHMAN.
"Give Uti Some Music."
Tho people at tho Kallhl camp ,iw
wondering why they aro not given n
concert by tho band once In a while.
Cnptaln Bcrgcr nnd his bo)s serenad
ed tho occupants of the drill shed
enmps from tlmo to tlmo and go out to
Camp Jones very frequently. A llttlo
music would do a great deal toward
Livening up things.
' Prof. Berger stated today that ho had
had positive orders from President
Wood not to play nt tho camp on ac
count of Its unsettled condition, but
now that tho pcoplo hnvo been segre
gated ho hopes to tuko tho hand out for
11 concert nt tho camp In tho very near
future. This week will bo given up to:
moonlight concerts in tho city
Matsugo Hlrano, female JupiimM
nged one month, No. 2 Belief Camp,
Punchbowl street, meningitis, "Feb. 10.
Infant of Ysuno, malo Japanese, Ka
llhl detention camp hospital, piema
turn berth, Feb. 10.
Alull, inalo Hawaiian, uged ..), Ka
llhl valley, Feb. 11. Post mortem by
Dr. Hoffman and body cremated.
Infant of Kaananmi, male Hnwiillun,
Hobcllo Lane, Kapalama, stillborn,
Lydlu Fernandez, fomale Portuguese,
uged 18 mouths, tuberculosis enter
itis, Feb. 11.
An Agreeable Surprise.
Superintendent Atkinson of tho Ka
kaako detention camp was very agree
ably surprised Saturday evening when.
upon being called to tho olnco by ftome
ono oil what was alleged to bo a mntter
of very great importaneo, ho found tho
men who havo been working under
him standing in a group. J. L. Mc
Comb. assistant superintendent, stop
ped forward and, in very appropriate
language, presented him with 11 beau
tiful watch fob on behalf of tho g'lards
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mm .u. mmiiDun iuiiuw minvm
This afternoon the National (iuartl
of Hawaii will break camp at Kallhl.
Colonel Jones will leave a few men
without arms, however, to assist Su
perintendent .1. I). .McVeigh. These
will probably bo made sperlnl con
stables for tho service.
Colonel Jones said today that tho
situation was much Improved at Ka
llhl detention camp. Thero Is only uiio
group which gives any trouble, It be
ing composed ot tho toughest Japanese
of both sexes within the camp. The
colonel states his Inability to adequate
ly praise the administration of Mr. Mc
Veigh. Ho is known ami wholesomely
feared, as well as properly respected,
by most of tho Japanese from their ex
perience of IiIb firm hut humane rula of
tho quarantine station.
At tho camp the Japaneso aro taking
hold, not only to do necessary work
but to have the regulations strictly ob
served. Thoy comply readily with nil
of Mr. McVeigh's orders. Ono of his
effective measures to subdue refractory
Japanese was getting them to appoint
11 grievance committee from among
themselves. This gave them system
atic representation. Another potent
means of keeping tho people In check
was tho giving of duo wnrnlng that ntiy
trespassing of sectional bounds would
result In additional detention for per
haps twenty-one days.
Early In the. game ono of the tough
est Japanese refused to submit to thu
medical examination. When Mr. Mc
Veigh undeitook to coerco him, the bill
ly took a full out of tho superintendent.
Then, as Mr. McVeigh proceeded to
wipe tho dust with tho rebel, none of
tho hitter's follow countrymen would
heed his appeals for nBslstanc". The
result wns that tho bully becanio ono
of tho most docllo men In detention.
Colonel Jones Is very much grntllled
nt the good health of his command in
camp. Thero was no low fever such as
arises from Insanitary conditions. In
this respect Camp Jones compares matt
favorably with tho best campa 01
United States regulars and volunteers
ever established In Honolulu.
Hark Edward May.
What was supposed to bo thu bark
Edward May from Maul passed by oft
port this forenoon on her way to
Kauai to load sugar.
DON'T PASS our OPEItA GLASSES
for tho World. Thoy-o mado by Le
Malro. "Nun" Bald." it. V. WICHMAN
Tho steamer Kauai arrived Saturday
with letters- from tho government phy
sician nt Kahulul, Dr. Wcddlck, tell
ing of suspicious cases from tho Chin
ese nnd Japancso quarter near tho Cus
tom House. Accompanying these wan
11 package containing ono of the In
guinal glands of the last Chinaman
that had died under tho same suspl
cloiis circumstances. Slides were made
In the nfternoon by Dr. Hoffman nnd
plague bacilli In great numbers were
Dr. Wood Immediately made arrange
ments for tho Knunl to proceed to Ka
hulul with himself nnd Dr. Gnrvln.
The latter was summoned nt the Kn
llhl camp nt S o'clock In tho evening
and the Knunl sailed at about mid
Sunday morning tho I.elnia arrived
with George lions of Walluku aboard.
His mission wns to make arrangements
for a physician who has had some ox
periencu with tho plague to proceed to
Kahulul. The l.chua passed the Kauai
In the channel at night. Mr. Huns sent
tho following communication to the
Board of Health:
Kahulul. Maul, Feb. luth. lflOO.
Dr. C. II. Wood, Piesldent of the Board
of Health, Honolulu, Oahu.
Dear Sir: I herewith enclose you a
set of resolutions passed at a meeting
of the Health Committee and rltlzci.s
of Maul, held nt Kahulul this after
noon. "I would respectfully ask jour at
tention to the same and an Immediate
"Mr. George I Ions wiib unanimously
chosen to go to Honolulu and present
the- resolutions to you. The S. S. I.eliua
is at your disposal and will be ready to
bring whoever you may send here.
"Yours very truly.
"D. C. LINDSAY.
The 1 evolutions mentioned In the
communication nre as follows:
Whereas, there have been Ave fatal
cases of fever In tho Kahulul district
that our physicians nro in doubt ns
to whether It Is pernicious malaria or
bubonic plague, nnd thero Is still a
mote suspicious caso on hand now.
Resolved, That tho S. S. Lchua be
dispatched to Honolulu with request
I to the Board of Health there that one
or nunc physicians who are Conversant
with bubonic plaguo and properly
equipped to determine the nature of
the caso bo dispatched Immediately for
1). C. LINDSAY,
.Mr. lions wus seen aboard the Lchua
by a Bulletin reporter this morning.
Ho told tho following story of the
plaguo on Mnui:
"Tho llrst suspicious eaho was notic
ed on the nth Inst. Am Ming, n Chin
ese) storekeeper, died In his place In
the Chinese and Japanese settlement.
Closely following this wero tho deaths
of another Chinaman and n Japanese
woman and her child who lived close to
Ah Ming's place.
"All theso cases wero In charge ot
Dr. Armltage, who classed them as
pernicious malarial fever and treated
them accordingly. However, tho sud
den death of theso people, all from the
one filthy locality, at onco aroused sus
picion and Dr. Wcddlck was called in
by Dr. Armltage. Although tho hist
Chinaman who died did not present
any suspicious symptoms. It was de
cided to send to Honolulu for micro
scopical examination, ono of the In
guinal glands. You know the result
of tho examination by Dr. Hoffman.
"On Friday, another Chinaman from
the same locality was taken sick sud
denly. Ho walked to Walluku and
slept In it shack on a rleo plantation
Friday night. The next morning, he
returned to Kahulul. Dr. Armltage
saw the man mid found ho had a tem
perature of 100. There were also very
suspicious swellings under tho arms.
"Sheriff Baldwin and Dr. Wcddlck,
considered tho caso suspicious enough
to warrant tho quarantining of thu
wholo of Wailuku nnd Kahulul. This
work was carried out by tho citizens.
A particularly strict quarantine was
placed on tho Infected quarter. Tho
Blck Chinaman was placed In thu
shooting rango nnd preparations wcro
at onco madu to build a regular pest
lioitho on tho Band hills about .100 yards
from tho road.
"At a largo meeting ot tho citizens
on Saturday tho decisions already giv
en In tho communications which I sent
tho Board of Health, wero arrived at.
II. P. Baldwin presided nnd 1). C. Lind
say, manager of Pala plantation, nctcd
"Although 1 have completed my mis
sion here, It Is thu opinion of Minister
Cooper, nctlng president of tho Board
of Health, that I remain here until Dr.
It Is not yet eortnln when Dr. Wood
CONSIDERED MALARIA FEVER
The Bulletin';! Walaluku correspond
ent writes, under dato of Feb. 9.:Thi
towns ot Walluku and Knhulul were
excited during this week on account of
the sudden deaths of three people nt
Kahulul last Wednesday.
During tho forenoon Sam Ycng, a
Chinaman, died of malarial fever and
during tho same afternoon a Japanese
woman and her eight months' old baby
died of the same malady nt tho same
Drs. Armltage and Wcddlck and
Sheriff Baldwin went to Knhulul that
afternoon nnd after examination the
doctors declared the cause of death to
bo pernicious malarial fever. No au
topsy wns thought necessary by the
examining physicians n thn malarial
symptoms wcru too plain.
IjxrI Sunday, rebrunry Ith, Tong
You, 11 Chinaman, residing In the rice
plantation near the WnlliiXti depot,
died after hove ml days of illness and
Drs. Armltage and Wcddlck mado nn
autopsy of tile dead body and they tie
dared '.t to he a case of malarial fever.
Dr. Wcddlck examined tho glands nnd
saw no plague symptoms.
The locality In which the dentin at
Knhulul took place, Is said to be In 11
most unsanitary condition. Mr. J. II.
Thomas, sanitary Inspector, Inspected
the houses nnd found them In 11 hor
ribly lllthy condition. Tho ground
floors were low and thrco houses wexe
adjoined to each other and used but
one largo bath house with no cesspool
at all. Tho refuse water was allowed
to flow under theso threo houses whl'di
rcodcred them unfit to live In. In fact,
all tho Japanese quarters at Kahulul
are said to lc in a frightful condition,
especially In these wet dnys. China
town lp Honolulu is n pn null so ns com
pared with the quarters of tho Japan
cso at Kahulul. Ah Ming, bookkeeper
ot tho Sam Sing restaurant at Kuhu-
lul died today of malarial fever also.
Theso deaths nre not causing nny
alarm to residents of Kahulul and Wnl
lukir. All that Is wanted in that the
agent of tho Board of Health ha em
powered to condemn tho quarters at
Kahulul ns unlit for human habitation.
ANOTHER $10,000 WANTED
At this morning's session of the
lixcrtitlvi1 Council, It wns voted to re
quest tho Council of Statu for nn ad
ditional amount of $10,000, under sup
pression of tho plnguu emergency, for
the completion of detention camp No.
a, at Vineyard street over Ntiuanti
stroam, Including tho laying of a sewer
to tho stream.
Owing to the Inability of tho secr-
tary, C. Bolte, to attend this nfternoon:
the Council of State will not be con
vened until tomorrow at 3 p. m.
Police Court Notes.
In the Police Court this forenoon the
following cases wero disposed of: Kl
llonn Poepoe, assault nnd batter' on
Mary Poepoe, reprimanded and ills
charged: Wing Toy, violating Sunday
laws, 1 and costs; C. YIng Uang.
name charge, nolle pros'd; Mlnchan,
violating Board of Health regulations,
$." and costs; George Houghtallng,
selling liquor without a license, set for
February 13; Jon Miguel, riding with
out a light, $ and costs.
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