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Hawaii's Popular Sea Captains !
Register Your Votes for Your Favorite !
ONE VOTE FOR
THE MOST POPULAR CAP
TAIN OF THE ISLAND
Vol. VIII. No. 1151
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, PEHRUAUY 13. MOO.
Pkick 5 (;htb.
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 Ulcyclc, 470.
The winner of the ,ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, q2 and q4 ot
the iqoo Cleveland Bicycle. MoJcl 04 Is
1 road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 02
Is a light road wheel, weighing 2 lbs , and
Model 00 .1 heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The hlcvcle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. Events
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made Drtween the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of 1st prle be
2ml Prize, Singer Sewing Alo
The winner of this prize mav chouse
between thee three stvles of marlines:
that with osclll.itlng shuttle anJ top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cnMnet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Autnma Ic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnlhed bv I J. Bei
gcrscn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
ttril Prize, Prcmo 8cnlor Ciunerti,
4x5, with Outfit 8-0.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Plniun for focusing. This camera may be
used with cither Plate or Film's. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder. Tripod, j
Trays. Developer, Fixer, Negative Raclt,
Graduate, St rrlng Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
Uh Prize, a Zonophone, the l.nt
est Improvement on the firamo
phone, with 0 Records, $110.00.
This is the loudest and m.st natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to he
selected (mm tnestock of the BcrjiHteom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three mo iths In advance.
2. No renewals or translers of subsc-ip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide ad 'itlon to the subscription INts.
t. Subscriptions should be s-nt In as
soon as secured, together with the name
in, I n.l.1rcc nf tho rwrcnn to whnm tht
subscription is to be credited, as wen as 01
the subscriber. Great careshould betaken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber. I
4 Any person In the Ha-
,.,:;., Icl.mflc 1k Girtih!
to try for these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons thc 8alt wnter ,,umpni; station Is u
AWiMAS 3.-ElfroBh water washing plant, where TOO
1UI UlC Miau. ui iin wiui t'uiuiii
the term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the suDscrlptlon, as previously
Subscription Rates: J8.00 per year,
S2.00 for three months; strictly In adv.mce.
THEMOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
Ti,. .-mt.iln who shall have the lar-rest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31, '-'."SO Chinese. 700 Hawallans and 1.C20
will be Riven an elegant pair of Binoculars Japanese. About 300 will complete
from the store of H. F. Wuhman. I hey I their qunrantlno on Thursday, nnd
are the Dest that can be obtained and may 1.900 occupying two rows on Saturday.
te seen on display at Wlchman's store. Many of them will probably remain
In addition to the votes hlch appear ' longer from choice, for lack of homes
each day in the upper right hand . ornrr of nnd employment In Immediate pros
the first page, which are to be filled out poet. It speaks volumes for tho dlsln
and deposited at this office, new subscribers, fcctlng precautions nnd tho sanitary
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A ' oniclcnt-y of tho camp that only two
coupon for the number Is attached to the , raEi,H of ti10 ,,rnBU0 i,avo Issued there
receipt. from. Or. Howard, physician In
1 MONTH 40 VOfES charge, reports but 21 sick people uitt
MUNltis 150 v utvol tho 0,100 now In tho hospital, and
6 MONTHS 350 VOTES
1 YEAR 75J VOIbS
The standing of the contest Friday. Feb.
8 was as follows. This list will be chang
ed everv Saturday.
CAPT. SIMbRSON 1230
CAP l. tAmcitun nuu
CAPT. Ci.ARKE 1027
CAPT. PEDEKSEN 444
CAPT. TULLETI 197
CAPT. HRUHN 137
CAPT. FREEMAN no
CAPT. NICHOLSEN 0
CAPT. WEISBAR I H 0
CAPT. SAM-UN 8
r. APT. THOMPSON Y... 0
WILLS At Shcfileld, Eugland,
ccmbcr 31, 1899, Cornelius Joseph
Ilowrlng, eldest bou 01 1 nomas u
nnd Mary A. Wills, of Pnhalu, Kan,
Hawaii, oged 21 years. It. I. P.
Friends will please uccopt thls,thc
COIINWEL.I In this city, Feb. 13,
1900, to tho wife of James Coruwell,
MAGIC CITY AT KALIBI
Tht Main Detention Camp for People
Model Cily of Refuge Reared la Twenly Days
Description of Chief Arrangements and
Equipments -Figures of Population.
Tnlk about the mngically grown
cities of the western mainland. Few
If any of thorn nro In It with tlu tnngic
city nt Knllhl. This city of refuge for
people driven from their homes by
pestilence Is n monument, oven If Its
existence prove to ho ephemeral, to
the marvelous energy of Honolulu In
an emergency. The writer slept on
board the steamer Mariposa nt tho
wharf the night before she last de
parted from San Francisco. Whilu tho
liner still awaited tho arrival of tho
English malls, this passenger went
ashore mid procured tho thveo morn
ing papers. They contained tho dread
news of the plague's outbreak In Ho
nolulu. Ofllccrs of tho ship were nnx
lously discussing the tidings with
passengers. The writer tried (o re
assure them by telling thorn that In
the fifteen days elapsing between tho
latest Honolulu date received and tnc
arrival nt Honolulu of the ntoamcr the
pcoplo of Honolulu would have the
black visitant suppressed. His mem
ory of tho fight with cholera was
drawn upon for this confidence. In
one wny he was right. Ho know Ho
nolulu. Hut ho did not know the
Such work as that iloen nt Knllhl.
besides almost as much In the aggre
gate at other parts of tho district of
Honolulu, ought to Justify the most
optimistic cstlmnto of the resources of
this community in trouble, even while
It fails In procuring fulfilment nf snn-
gulne prophecy based on the premise.
It took only about twenty days to con
struct tins town, comrortnitiy ineiter-
lug more than five thousand inlmhl
There are six rows of houses running
northeast to southwest, the houses
numbering 45 of dimensions 105 fejt
by -S feet. Besides theso structures,
which nro tho dwellings for tho refu
gees, there nro several other fabrics,
such as barracks for the guards, tho
administration building fumigation nnd
disinfecting houses, warehouse? for
supplies, butcher shop, stables, etc.
There nro three buildings for tho hos
pital. Iletwecn every two rows nro
water closet and bath houses, there
linltii jinn oiinli unit nt nnni'nnlnlinnu
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to every four living rooms. Each house
Is a quarantine station by Itself, tho
fabrics being sepcrnted by high fences.
Down each alley between tho rows it
flume runs, ending In the sea nt 11
depth of eight feet. A pump maintains
n constant flood of sea water through
out tho flumes, washing everything
nflVnulvA frnm tlin linnfxnu Intn innn.
,,,,., .i.,t ., 1.-1,,,, i
towels nro cleaned dally. There is a
copious fresh wnter scrvlco from ar
tesian sources, distributed from two
elevated tanks of n combined capacity
of 20,000 gallons. Tho camp Is lighted
with Incandescent electric lamps. It
has its own delivery wagons to serve
the people, ns they cannot leave their
houses, with tho necessaries of life.
In round figures tho rcfugeo Inhnbi-
' tnnts number 5,100, divided ns follow?:
some of theso nro well parents ot sink
children. Tho doctor Is assisted by
two male and two female nurses.
While Superintendent J. D. McVeigh
was showing n Bulletin reporter
nround headquarters yesterday even
ing, a squad ot guards just relieved
came marching in mlllltary order
across tho grounds. They wero on
their way to tho service bathrooms
for tho hot bath prescribed for guards
whenever relieved from watch.
Mr. McVeigh has devised n fumigat
ing apparatus of his own which provc3
in tho highest degreo effective. U Is
nn adaptation of a portable forgo with
forced draft. Sulnhur Is nlaccd In
an oven to hnlf Its depth and set on
lire. Tho nozzlo Is poked through a
holo In tho wall of tho fumigation
house, and tho crank being turned a
powerful blast of superheated sulphur
fumes soon makes nil llfo Impossible
within tho building. It kills cock
roaches, which more pretentious and
costly apparatus has failed to do.
Tho equipment nnd operation of tho
disinfecting room arc equally potent
wl,h tho fumigation of clothing. At-
fondants escorting the subjects Into
tho apartments nt one end do not go
out with them. Clean attendants meet
them as they emerge from the acidu
lated baths, nnd conducting them to
tho clothing room fit them out with
purified raiment. As they sovernlly pass
out of tho clothing room they must
wait In tho yard until every one of tho
group they belong to Is ready to re
turn with them to their domiciles.
While they nro out receiving their
baths their houses are being thorough
ly disinfected with sulphuric acid solu
tion. Dr. Prntt superintends tho fumi
gating and disinfecting processes.
The Government supplies the ma
terial for clothing, nnd the Inmates
make It up. This self-help on the part
of tho skilful ones reduces the expense.
Blankets and llko comforts are fur
nished by the authorities. Tho dry
goods nnd clothing warehouse con
tents nttest the minuteness of the con
sideration exercised for tho people's
health nnd comfort. Da by powder nnd
feeding bottles are found among :i
thousand and one other homelike sup
plies. Captain Ed. Towso has ehargo
of the clothing department.
.Mr. Hemenwny of Oahu college hn.
command of the guards numbering SO
men, ho having volunteered early for
the service. The National fluard de
tails mentioned elsewhere ndd an
available strength of 25 men to the
guard service. Superintendent Mc
Veigh has no present misgivings us to
preserving order with this force. There,
was n puff of trouble anticipated from
a misunderstanding by some Japan
ese of the time when they were entitl
ed to release. This soon blew over.
Charles Clark has charge of the com
missary department, with Its stores too
varied for description. Its wnrcrooms
might be mistaken for those of a gen
eral store. Clifford Rhodes Is tho enmp
Chan. I). Wilson wns chief of con
struction In the creation of tho camp.
His rapid work speaks for Itself, hut
It may bo added that It Is substantial
work likewise. Tho finishing touches
were dorre last Saturday.
COUNCIL OF STATE
Tho Council of State Is this after
noon considering tho appropriation of
$10,000 for relief purposes. Members
have spoken for and against thc Im
mediate appropriation of tho money.
At '2: 15 tho Council passed the ap
propriation with the oral understand
ing that the government nrrnngo with
the owner of tho property so that tho
buildings can be removed by tho gov
ernment when deemed necessary and
Mint an option for lease be secured.
Last night a packed house gave the
various artists nn enthusiastic recep
tion. It wns mado clearly evident that
a largo section of tho community cavo
amusement nnd that tho management
In reopening thc theater to uso n
somewhat hackneyed phrase hud
"supplied n long felt wnnt." The min
strel first part In which Dunn and
Richards tako tho positions of end
men nnd W. 1). Adams that of Inter
locutor, wns highly enjoyable, tho
songs being freely encored and the
Tho Boston Lyric contingent gave n
very good account of themselves, Miss
Oakley In songs, enko walk accompani
ment by Eugene Rogers scoring a hit.
Miss lone Ilercsford has lost none of
her vivacity, her song, "The Medicine
Man" and encore with skirt manipula
tion fairly fetching the boys. Allnu
Dunn's sketch "Brown," 'In which Miss
Leicester Is wooed ncross two contin
ents by Lovetto Rockwell, finally suc
cumbing to that gentleman's persistent
though backward advances, wan clev
erly portrayed. Young Snndow gave
some wonderful exhibitions ot
strength. Considering tho handlcapcd
conditions under which the manage
ment at present labors tho program as
a whole was very creditable.
More Hoodlums Sentenced.
Eleven boys from Niolnpa were arrested
yesterdav on the charge of gambling and.
In the Police Court this forenoon they
were given fifteen days' Imprisonment at
hard labor. 1111s is me econu 101 01
Imodiums from Nioloca. Th police are
certainly doing good woik In that locality
much to the gra'itication 01 me people
ll log near bv. 1 ne nnouuims are as
follows: Kealakai, Ah Wong Chuck,
Ah Chop Kl. AkoKakalwl, Kelll, Kaa
pana, Ahakuelillli. Wm, Poloknmu, Kelll
Kaaineelua and Ficl Kaalneetua. Kuna is
the onlv one who pleaded not guilty. His
case will come up tomorrow. It Is under
stood that more arrest are to follow.
S. 8. Strnthgyle.
Tho British S. S. Strathgyle, Mc
Tarish master, arrived and anchored
off port at 9:30 o'clock this morning.
She will hind her immigrants and then
proceed to tho Coast as Aloxandor (c
Baldwin have recommended that her
freight, 70 tons in nil, ho not allowed to
land. Her passengers are us follows:
Jnpaneso, 253; fomnle Tit and children
1G. Total of 323.
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
tor tho World. They "o made by Le
Malre. "Nuft eald." 4. V. WICHMAN
TELLS OF MAUI TRIP
President Wood Makes Report
Board of Health.
Seven Plague Cas's at Kahului Two Bodies
Cremated, Five Burled Action of
At .1 meeting of tho Board of Health
this forenoon there wero present the
following: President Wood. Minister
Cooper, V. J. Lowrey, Oeo. W. Smith
nnd Dr. Emerson.
K. J. Lowrey slated that the vessel
spoken of at yesterday's Hoard of
Health meeting, tho Strathgyle. had
arrived outside this morning. The fol
lowing resolution, covering tho mntter
01 foreign freight, referred to u Bpcclnl
comtiilttoa yesterday, was Introduced
by Mr. Lowrey:
Whereas, there Is reason to be
lieve that bubonic plague was In
troduced Into Honolulu In mcr
chnudlso from China nnd Japan:
thereforo bo It
Resolved. That, pending further
investigation In tnc matter, tho
lauding of any merchandise from
countries where bubonic plague
exists, Into any ports of the Ha
waiian Islands Is prohibited.
This resolution was adopted.
At tn.s point President Wood gnvo
a verbal report of his trip to Kahului,
from whlcn he returned nt an early
nour this morning. Brlclly, this Is
what President Wood had to say:
"After tho meeting of the Board of
Healtn Satin day afternoon, I received
several letters from Kahului telling of
suspicious enscs nt that place. One of
theso was from Sheriff Baldwin, tell
ing of live deaths. These together with
a package containing a gland from th"
femoral region of the Chinaman wero
received between 0 and fi:30 p. in. Dr.
Hoffman nnd 1 examined tho gtnud nnd
from this examination we did not
think thnt tho casn was plague. How
ever, the gland wns cut In two and
slides made. The first showed any
quantity of plague bacilli as did tho
"Immediately after this examination
1 made arrangements for n steamer,
nnd succeeded In getting the Kutitil. I
sent to Knllhl for Dr. (larvlu and we
got away for Knhulul nt about 11:30
o'clock nt night, arriving at that place
9:30 o'clock Sunday morning.
"We found several of tho residents
there. They had already quarantined
Chinatown, Saturday morning, about
nours previous to our arrival. An
armed guard had been thrown about
"Wo went up with tho expectation of
exhuming tho body of tho last victim
but wo wero iold that another China
man had died under tho same circum
stances and mat preparations were
then being made to cremato tho body.
Word was sent to tho rlllo range whero
the body wns sent and preparations for
cremation wero stopped.
"In tho meantime, another case In
Chinatown had developed. This was
n well developed caso nnd tho patient
died In three hours nftcr wo saw him.
After an examination of this China
man wo went to tho rifle range nnd
held a post mortem examination on
tho body. Slides were made and theso
showed a clear caso of bubonic plague.
Both cases were pronounced plague al
though no post mortem wns held on
thc body ot the first Chinaman.
"Wo then went back and, calling to
gether all tho agents of tho Hoard of
Health, held a meeting nt which sev
eral Important resolutions wero passed.
"At this meeting there wero pres
ent tho following: Dr. C. I). Wood,
president; as agents of tho Hoard of
Health, Drs. Weddlck, McConkoy,
Sheriff L. M. Baldwin, II. P. Baldwin.
Messrs. Lowrle, Von Tempsky and
Ogg. Besides theso nil tho white pop
ulation that could ho spared from
j patrolling wero present.
mo roiiowmg resolutions were pre
sented and passed:
"In tho opinion of tho Sanitary Com
mittee of Maul, tho district in Knhu
lul, known us uhlnatown, bounded by
tho Kahului railroad track and tho now
wharf, nnd Front street to tho sen
side, excepting tho Custom House, is
Infected by bubonic plngue, and pub
lic safety demands that it bo destroyed
by firo." Carried.
"Moved that the Sanitary Committee
bo authorized to appoint a commlttoo
ot three to appraise tho buildings, and
another committee of thrco to appraise
tho goods, tho same to bo destroyed
with tho buildings, with tho exception
of such papers and valuables as may
bo designated by tho committee, nnd
can bo safely disinfected." Carried.
"Moved that tho whole of Kahului bo
quarantined as against tho rest of tho
Island, and that there he a special
quarantine placed on Chinatown, na
against tho whole town ot Knhulul.
"AH freight to and from vessels In
tho port of Knhulul nnd to and from
1.10 uninfected districts, shall bo hand
led by tho Kahului Railroad Company
from their railway lino nnd scows;
(Continued on page 8.)
ANOTHER CLEAN BOARD
No NlW Cases Have Made
Fire In Fowler's Yard Today -Varlons
Acts of Health Board Dr. Garvin to
Remain on Haul.
2 p. m. No new cases today.
Armstrong Smith is quickly
recovering from his attack of
bronchitis. The topic of con
versation all over town today
Is tho suspicious case at Hllo.
Will Hurn Whole Plnce.
The Hoard ot Health has reconsider
ed Its action of burning only a part of
the South street tenement house and
has decided to burn the whole place,
this on tho recommendation of Presi
dent Wood who stilted nt this fore
noon's meeting that tho epidemic In
Honolulu wns very evidently ut nn
end. Therefore, tho Hoard could not
be too strict about treating places in
which scattering cases happen to ap
pear. A mixed nnd Irresponsible set
of pcoplo had lived In the South street
building nnd these had used common
cesspools nnd common closets. While
there was no collection of shacks, there
was 11 collection of rooms nnd tho case
of plague taken from the building was
the most vicious that has appeared
hiring tho epldomle.
Destroy the Freight.
J. .). Williams stated his strong con
viction this morning that tho Hoard
of Health ought to give orders for tho
destruction of all the Oriental freight
on the other islands. From Dr. Wood's
report It appeared that tho Maul
plague outbreak could be tiaeed di
rectly to Chinese freight, t'utll all
the Oriental goods are destroyed thorn
will bo no telling wheie the plague
may appear next. Mr. WIlliuiUH view
was endorsed by several prominent
citizens to whose attention th matter
W. O. Irwin & Co., agents for the O.
H. S. Co. hnvo received no Information
from San e'ranclsco further than that
It was expected that the 'Australia
would leave on time. Nothing was
said about tho Zealandla taking tho
Australia's place. According to that
there Is an uncertainty as to the arri
val of any steamer from San Francisco
StcumerK iMiiy Still.
At yesterday's meeting of the Hoard
of Health it was decided to stop the
leaving of island steamers for pints
other than those on Oahu until the re
turn of President Wood. Toi'ny tills
action was rescinded so that steamers
are now on the same footing ns they
In Fowler's Yard.
Flvo buildings In Fowler's yard
wero burned to the ground by tho firo
department this forenoon. The work
wns very easy as thcro was not much
of a breeze stirring. Only tho build
ings on thc Wnlklki side of thc lane
running from Hotel street are now re
maining. Services Appreciated.
At this forenoon's meeting of thc
Hoard ot Health it wns moved by Min
ister Cooper that thc Hoard of Health
oxpress Its appreciation of tho service:
of the N. O. II. during thc existence of
thc plague In Honolulu,
Dr. Garvin, who went to Kahului
with Dr. Wood, has been left thcro In
charge of the work of suppressing the
plague on Maui.
Hllo' Serious Question.
Hllo, Feb. 10. Consular Agent Fur
neaux Is at present unable to give
clean bills of health to vessels depart
ing from this port. After consultation
with local physicians he floods it ne
cessary to qualify tho documents with
tho statement thnt thcro has been one
dfath under very suspicious circum
stances, j 111s win iiruiKiuiy neccssi-
tntu qunrantlno nt foreign ports. It
was uufortunato that It was Impossible
to dctcrmlno tho exact nnturo ot tho
caso at once. Hefcral of tho matter to
Honolulu will cnuso a great deal of
delay and consequent Inconvenience.
HoughtalllnQ and Chase.
George Houghtalllng of Bethel street
and Harvey Chase of Walklki were ach
fined f 50 and costs In the Police Cou1
tliis forenoon on the charge of selling
spirituous liquor without a license.
J. O. Carter by his attorneys, Kin
ney, llnllou & McClnnahau, has dis
continued his assumpsit suit again -t
Hawaiian Carlr ago Manufacturing
Co,, Ltd,, by its attorneys, Kinney,
Ballon & McClnnnhnn, lias discontinu
ed the bill for injunction, 'discovery
nnd accounting against O. A. Schur-man.
SAD DEATH OF MRS. SERRAO
Report of Dr. Moore -Specimens Show Prts-
ence of Bacilli Similar to Plague
Dr. Wood Goes to Hllo.
The foltowlng letter from Dr. Moore
of Hllo wns received by Dr. Wood to
day: 1 nave to report to your honorable
body, concerning the sickness and
death of Mrs. A. U. Scrruo, of this
town, under circumstances that have
caused tin considerable worry, nnd the
nature of which we do not feel certain.
Mrs. Serrao's Illness began the
'jrith of January with headache and fe
ver nnd Dr. Hlce was called In, lie
treated It as simple fever and for 11
few days things progressed favorably.
According to his statement, tho fever
ran U3 high as 103 and wns associated
with some delirium. About tho Hist
she complained of pain In thc tight
groin which wns attributed to pevere
lifting, as Mrs. Serrao spent most of
her time In her husband's storo which,
by tho way, Is directly over the mouth
of the Wiilanucnue street icwcr.
The 2d of February, ns things seem
ed to be going from bad to worse, nnd
the glands in the right side of tho nccl:
had become enlarged and painful, tho
case was reported to me. 1 saw her
late that evening and found her ns re
ported, tho right lower group of In
guinal glands swollen and painful,
thoso of the right side of tho neck
swollen nnd considerable of that side
of tho face.
The temperature was 102. pulse US
full. There wns some Incoherence of
speech. She insisted that there wnn
nothing thc matter.
Dr. Oraco saw the ease with me and
cons.dcred It decidedly suspicious, bo
tho place wns quarantined and Dr. Hicc
was Informed that he could continue
tho treatment of thc case.
The next morning thc husband ask
ed Dr. Irwin to tako tho ease, which ho
did. Tho two following dnys tho tem
perature ran 100'i mornings nnd 10J
During tho lust two days tho tem
perature fell to normal with wenker
pulse, the condition of lethargy deep
ening nnd tho diarrhoea Increasing.
At nil times tho mental disturbance
and tho prostration seemed out of pro
portion to tho fever. There wero no
pulmonary disturbances. At tho pixa
mortem there wns found no involve
ment of tho glands, other than those of
the groups. The body wns burled In it
light box and tho sumo filled with ftw
barrels of unlsncked lime. In the back,
yard of their property.
The glands were put In Miihler
lluld and the jars sealed In 11 metal box
nnd I forward thc same to th Hoard
I would bo glad If you would send
mo information regarding thc dis
ease ho that in thc event of another
suspicious enso wo can determine posi
tively, and avoid delay."
Dr. Wood stated that specimens from
Hllo had shown bacilli that wero cer
tainly thoso of plague or something
very closely allied to, the same. Dr.
Cnrmlchncl nnd Mr. Haywood would go
to Hllo from Kahului.
Dr. Wood will probably go to flllo.
Police Court Notes.
In the Police Court this forenoon the
following cases were dlsro ed "f: p.
Mnntresor, Intending to commit an offense,
February 14: Joe K-mimhi va, lircmy In
the second degree, y moitbs' Imp-lsonment
at hard labor; Sim M.ihlole, common
nulsince, nolle pros'd.
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