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Vol. VIII. No. 1155
HONOLULU, H. 1.. WEDNESDAY, VEHKUAKY 1! WOO
Pkiob 5 Cents.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist anil
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
lt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choie between mode's oo, o' and Q4 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model gi Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 02
is a light mad whrel, weighing 2 lbs ,and
Model 00 .1 heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicvele to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. cgents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made Drtween the corresponding ladh-s'
Models, should the winner of ist prle be
liml Prize, Singer Sewing Mn
The winner of this prle may choo-e
between the-e three stvles of nn.hines:
that with osclll.iting shuttle an J tup coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five drawer machines, or the
"Automa Ic," with three drawers. This
machine will be fumMied bv B. Bei
fierncn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
tlril Prize, Premo 8cnlor Camera,
UG, with Outfit, $10.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front.and Rack and
Plnluii for f cuslntr. This camera mav be
used with either Plate or Films. I lie
outfit Includes 1 Pl.ite Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developed. Fixer, Negatlse Rack,
Graduate, Sirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Lc.Mun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents
itli Prle, n Zonophone, the Lat
ent Improvement on tlicGramo-
plione, with 0 Records, $110.00.
Conditions for Use
Of Quarantine Wliaif
A good deal of business was trans
acted nt the Executive Council meet
ing this forenoon.
Tho subject ot British nnd other
claims was discussed nnd It was voted
to refer It to the President, Minister of
Foreign Affairs nnd Attorney General
for their ndvlce.
Minister Damon read n resolution
from tho Chamber of Commcrco rela
tive to the use of the Channel quaran
tine wharf by that body, nnd It was
Resolved, That, application having
been made on bchnlf of the Chamber
of Commerce representing tho mer
chants of Honolulu, by Messrs. Glffnrd,
Dim and btihr, that proper system
might be adopted nt tho Channel nunr
nntlno wharf for the control ot foreign
freight, tho entry of goods nnd super
intendence by the Hoard of Health; It
Is recommended that the Collector
Orncral appoint one Inspector, four
guards and one day laborer. The pay
of these men to bo advanced by tho
Chamber of Commctcc on properly ex
ecuted blanks which will bo presented
to tho Legislature; tho maintenance to
be at tho expense ot the Chamber of
Commerce. The Board ot Health to
appoint such guards ns they may deem
necessary for tho safe guarding of the
wharf nnd men In the employ of tho
Chamber of Commerce nnd to facili
tate nnd protect tho transhipment of
goods; tho pay of these men to be ad
vanced oy the Chamber of Commerce,
to bo paid for nt tho option of tho
Hoard of Health from tho appropria
tion under Bubonic Plague, or by ap
plication to the Legislature at a sub
sequent date. Tho Collector General
will mnko all charges connected with
wharfage and itorngo as Is tho usual
practice with other public wharves.
Tho .Minister of Finance will place at
tho disposal of tho committee of tho
Clumber of Commerce the wharf
known ns tho Channel quarantine
whnrf, now under process of construe-
BULLER ADVANCES AGAI
froat Vffn f tn Ro Maria in f tho public to obtain tho latest nows.
wiviu unv 1 iv uj muuv iv The War
Plagiid Lets Up
For Another Day
or me iiiiurcn.
Roberts And Kltcbner to the Front
Line of Attack Is Not Known
Censor Again at
Capo Town, Feb. 7. Loid Rob
erts nnd General Kitchener have
stalled for the front.
Loudon, Feb. 7. Tho Associated
Pi ess learns that tho Wnr Olllce
today received ti telegram saying
briefly thnt General Duller had
again recrossed the Ttigcla liver
Febtuaiy o, and Is now advancing
Roberts to the Front.
London, Feb. 7. WI1II0 tho suspenso
regarding General Bailor's movements
and the operations affecting tho fate
of Ladysmlth continues unrelieved,
even by tho vngucst despatch, there
comes from other quarters Interesting
news In the announcement that Field
Marsnal Lord Roberts, Commander-
In-Chlcf of tho British forces In South
Africa, mid his chief ot staff, Mnjor
General Lord Kitchener, have left for
As this Information was held up tor
several hours by tho censor It seems to
lndlcnto that an Important movement
Is on foot.
A despatch from StcrkBtrocm dated
this morning, announces that the Boers
nio attacking General Gntncro from
two (Unctions Firing was then pro
ceeding by tho outposts. A delayed
Stcikstroem despatch dated Monday,
February 0, bays thnt n body of troops
left tho camp February 3, and that Im-
, tlon, subject to tho rules and reguln
This is the loudest and most naU'ril "' ,Jnyr v C1ICCtm' C"Crnl
..n.i 1.1 t 1. ...-.it.,! it ic in - on puuiic wnancs.
.j mink iii.uiiiiic )ti '"V., .; '.:. 1 Minister llnmnn mnilo n ntntrmnnt i,-nl,.o .,. v,.t,l
Music Co.. solo azents for the H... vi in that tho salaries of postofllco clerks it Is quite probable tnat this explains
Island": ' "" hi excess of the nppioprlutlon Lord Jiobeus departure, and that the
to tho amount of $395 a month. Tho Commander-in-Chief wlshe3 either to
The following conditions of the content excess pay of postmasters amounts to 1 1,0 present nt or supervise tho long lu-
must be ob-erved : S330.SI a montlf, nnd thnt of mall car- , tended movement -hy General Gatacre
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid .it ileis JiOO. Pay for night work In tho to Join forces-with General Kelly-Ken-least
three mo-iths in advance, postoltlco would bo $227.74 n month. noy. nnd thenco strongly reinforce
2. N 1 renewals or transfers of subsc-ip ' Ho hnd notified tho P. M. 0. that after General French, completing tho lnttcr's
tions will be counted In this contest .is the first of March ho Is under no con- work nt Colesbcrg and establishing
new subscriptions. Each name must be a sider.UIon to overdraw his pro rntn, without fear of serious opposition tho
bona fide ad.iiilon to the sub-crlption llK and on tho 9th of February to stop all odvanced position for tho main move-
i. aubscrintlnns should be Snt in .is overtime nnv for nlelit work. What ..,tu ti,Iu rr nnn u nrnnilv mm.
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soon as secuieu. logeuier wim inc iwc was now duo nnd tno January pay ror
and address of the person to whom the clerks would bo charged to Incidentals,
subscription Is to be credited, as wrll as ot It wn votetl thnt tho ncttou of tho
tliesuD.scriDer. urcaicareMimuu wi.imi Minister bo nnnroved.
Minister Young read letters from
Thco. Richards legardlng detention
camp No. 2 nnd Lowers & Cooko re
garding camp No. 1, which were approved.
to Rive ACCURATELY the full name anJ 1
address ot eacnnewsucscriner.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
During the continuation of the content
for the Most Popular Oiptain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many vo'es
for the Captain of his choice acccudlng to
the term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: $8.00 per year,
52.00 for three months; sttictly in advance.
position, nnd .. can bo confidently said
that the departure of Lord Roberts and
Lord Kitchener for the front does not
Indicate mat tho main advance has be
THKMOST POPDLAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store 01 n. r. wienman. 1 ney
are the Dest that can be obtained and may
be seen on display at Wichman's store.
In addition to the votes .vhlch appear
each day In the upper right hand ionur of
the first page, which are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number is attached to the
1 MONTH 40 VOTES
i MUisTnb 150 V Th;
6 MONTHS 350 yOES
1 YEAR 753 VOIES
The standing of the contest Friday. Feb.
8, was as follows. This list will be chang
ed every Saturday.
CAPT. S1MERSON tajo
CAP!". CAMERON 1 100
, CAPT. CLARKE 1027
CAPT. PEDERSEN 444
CAPT. TULLETT 197
CAPT. BRUHN M7
CAPT. FREEMAN no
CAPT. NICHOLSEN 0
CAPT. WEISBAR TH Q
CAPT. THOMPSON 6
S. S. Austriilla.
Honolulu was inoro than glad to sco
tho Australia coming In tho channel
this morning as there was somo doubt
about her arrival on time. Tho Aus
vralla sailed from San Francisco nt
2:42 p. m. February 7 with 13 cabin
and 20 steerage passengers as well as
4t bags of mail. Sho experienced light
noithwcst wind and fire weather all
tho way, arriving this morning. Her
tlrao from Snn Francisco was C days,
IC noura and 18 minutes.
Troub'e is Brewing
Witb France and England
New' York, Feb. 7. A despatch to
tho World from Paris says:
France, England's hereditary foe,
seems to wait her opportunity In Eng
land's direst need.
France and England nrc nt the door
ot a serious disagreement. It tho dis
agreement comes It probably will bo
over tho Egyptian question.
Tho Havas news agency distributes
nn official dcnlnl of tho statement mnilo
In several newspapers that tho depar
ture from Paris of Sir Edward Mun
sou, tho British Embassador to France,
signifies friction between Franco and
England, but tins official denial Is not
Tho most conservative authorities
regard a rupturo between tho two
countries lucvltablo unless England
should show toward Franco tho samo
meekness with which she has Just al
lowed Russia to oust British Influence
When M. Delcasse, tho French For
eign Minister, nnd Baron Munsou
failed to understand each other in re
gard to tho sending of Italian troops
to Egypt, tho British Embassador re
ceived Instructions to go to Romo, and
there to hold up tho hands of Daron
Currlo, In helping to carry out his or
der!. It is significant that II. Dclcasso and
M. Ouroussotf, the Russian Embassa
dor, have been closeted daily during
tho last two weeks, their conferences
sometimes lasting two hours. So It Is
believed that Russia's ' arrangement
with Persia was effected with Franco's
approval after tho possibility of Brit
ish Interference had been canvassed
No News Prom II Ho.
Tho Iwalanl that arrived this morn
ing from Maul and Hawaii ports,
brought no later news from Hllo as
tlici'o was no telephonic communication.
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for tho World. They -o made by Le
Malro. "Nutt Bald.", rt. Y- WICHMAN
The commanders will piobably be
back In Capo Town within 11 short
time, it Is poluted out that the term
going to tho fiont, must not be inter
preted Into the Idea that a great move
ment upon Pretoria .by way of Blocm
fonteln has seriously commenced. It
will bo a month or perhaps much long
er beforo this enn bo brought about.
In the meanwnllo tho picllralnnry steps
aro likely to tho campaign with sharp
fighting, and news from Sterkstroem,
ThebuB nnd Colesbcrg Is eagerly await
Supposition regarding General Dul
ler owing to lack of nil dcflnlto Infor
mation is ns futllo as It was yesterday.
Bombnrclln the Bocrti.
Boer Head Laagor, Ladysmlth, Feb.
6. Since yesterday tho British, with
naval and other guns have bombarded
our positions on tho Upper Tugeln.
Tho troops crossed tho river nt that
point and Kolen drift, with tho object
of storming our position. At tho for
mer General Burgher beat them back
and they recrossed In great confusion.
The fighting continues at Kolen
Drift with tho Stnndcrtou nnd Johan
nesburg commandos. There were 110
casualties on our side. Tho cannon
ade was tno fiercest yet experienced.
There was a continuous ronrlng all day
long. This morning It recommenced
with tin Increased number of guns.
What the Advance Mcuns.
London, Fob. 7. When tho despatch
announcing tho fighting on tho Upper
Tugeln was published there was tho
usual sceno of excitement on tho
streets. The big placards attracted
nowspapcr buyers nnd tho news was
discussed eagerly in nil quarters.
There was notabla excitement In the
Houso ot Commons where, in addition
to tho announcement that General Bul
lcr hnd crossed tho Tugela Monday
and was advancing on Ladysmlth, a
nows agency tolegram waB posted say
ing thnt 100 additional nmbulanco
stretchers had been sent to tho front
Tho War Ofllco at present Is only
nblo to add regarding General Duller's
advanco "tho operations aro still in
progress but wo havo no Information
regarding tho result."
Tho avallablo maps do not show tho
drifts mentioned In tho Boer despatch.
Tho rush In tho direction of tho Wnr
Ofllco when It was learned that con
firmation had been received there of
tho report that General Duller was
again advancing evinced tho anxiety
Ofllco message given out
furnishes no clue ns to whero the Tu
gela wns crossed nor the numbers sup
porting General Duller's movement,
but It Is presumed this third attempt
will bo n supreme effort on the part of
the General to cut his way through
and thnt In It ho will employ every
nvallablo man. The expression In tho
official despatch, "Is now advancing
upon Uidysmlth," It Is pointed out,
must not be taken to mean thnt ho has
cut down all opposition but merely
that he Is Headed In the direction of the
besieged town nnd the public hero nrc
naturally on tender hooks In tegard
to the next move.
Important Move Is On.
Now York, Feb. 7. A despatch to
the Tilbnne from London says:
Evciythlng points to a vigorous
prosecution of the wnr on tho Cape
Colony frontier nnd the Tugeln within
a few days, or even liouia, but nil sur
mises respecting tho strength of the
columns of tho direction of the move
ments are futile. There are no clues
upon which a correct judgment of thn
situation win he based.
Tho Times has n despatch fiom
Rensbcrg stating that tho sluatlon In
that quarter wns unchanged on Mon
day, and that General Flench wns
holding ii largo Dutch force around
Colenso and wns shelling tho Doer
camp northwest of Sttugcr8font"lii.
Pretoria despatches from Colcsburg
repeat the announcement that the
British forces were approaching Ach
terlang on the way to Norval's bildge,
nnd there nre rumors from Capo Town
that n considerable force of Infantry
has been sent to support General
French nnd that General Gatacre, with
heavy reinforcements and n strung
body of cavalry, Is surrounding Storm
berg. Despatches received from the
Orange river frontier havo been cut by
the censor until they nre unintelligible.
War Policy Sustained.
London, Feh. 0. Tho House ot Com-
umns.tmiight, by the declsho oto of
Sfi'ilo Hi), rejected Lord Fltzmnui Ice's
nnipmln -nt to the reply to the addrw
from the throne which censuicd tho
Government for Its conduct of tho
South African war. The Irish mrmhcix
wlthdicw In a body beforo tho votlnc
began. Somo of tho Liberals voted
with tho Government, hut most of
them stood with Cnmpbcll-D.uincrmnu,
supporting tho amendment. Tho fea
ture of tho closing hours of tho debate
was the speech of A. .1. Halfour. In
strong language ho defended Colonl.il
Secretary Chamberlain ngalnst the at
tacks of the opposition and paid n
warm trlbuto to him as the leadhu;
spirit In bilnglng nhout the unity of
2 p. m. The situation Is re
assuring today. No now cases
havo appeared. Tho Japanese
at Wilson's camp, Kakaako,
taken sick uunday, has been
found to be suffering from
mnlarlal fever, and It Is not nt
all suro that the Chincso child
nt Magoonvlllo has tho plague.
Hart man has so far recovered
that ho is ablo to get out of
bed an hour nnd a half during
the morning nnd afternoon of
each day. Armstrong Smith
continues to Improve dally.
Kalllil Camp Notes.
There wns a light among somo Chi
nese In the opium camp at Kallhl yes
terday forenoon. It was but a few
seconds before enough guards had as
sembled to make the Chinamen sco
that roalstance was useless. Tho
guards nre not allowed to Jump tho
fences of tho various houses unless a
light or a riot Is In progress. Tho way
the meu got over tho fence yesterday
showed Unit they nre up to the busi
ness. There was another tight Mon
day between a couple of Japanese In
tho fumigating ynrd. The guards also
collected nt this place and soon had tho
men in custody.
An opium fiend was taken from one
of tho houses to the opium smokers
place last evening
Mrs. Hubert Vos writes the Hu!
letln that she has been appoint
chairman 0' the Hawaii n section of
the Children's National Eatei Fes-
a tlval to be given In New York o'v
CT j. .-1 ti . ....1 i. 1 .
UUllll; U. Idler UUUCI MIC UU3lJltC3l I
the Cuban Orphan Socletv, Gtn.
I-ranils V. Greine, President. g
Mrs. Vos writes, "I woulJ solLI1 B
the Interest of every American in M
Hawaii and ask their assisUnce In Jj
making the Hawaiian ectlon a sue- jj
cess. It Is proposed to make the B
Hawaiian booth purely character g
Istlc and we have declJrd to cll JJ
Hawaiian hats, fans, curios of evr ry g
aecriptlon, 'photographs, coffee, f
guaa jelly and any other Hawaiian fij
products. Donations of any ol k
these articles ormon-j wit which jj
to purchase them should be sent to
Mrs. C. II Cojrer who will for-
wnrJ them to the so.iety." pi
I'OK ARMSTRONG SMITH.
It has been the dream of Armstrong
Smith's life to take a full course In
medicine In one of the medical colleges
In tho States. Ho went abroad not
long ago but was unable to finish the
Ho had his choice course which ho had begun.
between the pipe and his family of six On account of Ills work at tho pest
wives and twenty or more children and house nnd his cheerful willingness to
chose tho latter first. Then ns ho saw nurse those who every minute were a
his pipe being carried away, ho burst I menace to his life nroased the public
Into tears and followed the gunrds. IRj--W'tlie feeling that something should
wives stood on tno veranda imu-niM) ue done ror so noulu a spirit.
l)r WnoUf-'DT. Carmlchnel, Consul
Genpral Tlaywood nnd A. L. C. Atkin
son left ror Hllo In tho tug Irocpiois nt
about 10 o'clock last night. Dr. Wood
went on behalf of the Hoard ot Health
and took Mr. Atkinson to superintend
it detention enmp should It bo found
necessary to establish such a place.
As a result S. M. Ballon started out
yesterday morning with a list and be
fore night he had succeeded In raising
$2,i00 from the large agencies nnd tho
banks of thy city. This work Is to be
continued nnd there Is no doubt that
thu bum w'.ll reach, tho ?!,000 limit be
fore many days and thus will Arm
strong Smith be ablo to go to tho
States when the plague has died out
Dr. Wood Intended going on ono of the , lo thcr0 ,,,rs,IC thu st,1,,-v of mrdMne.
Island steamers but was Invited to go '
on thn Iroipiols. This vessel will stop' Out of Work-.
Sara Parker Talks
On Hawaii Affairs
at Kahulul before leturulug. It Is
estimated that sho will be away on
tho trip ubout five days. Captain Pond
has orders to land Mr. Haywood In
Hllo as he wishes to go ashore.
Abo lit l:umtutlin.
At a meeting 'of the Board of Health
yesterday nfternoon Dr. Wood spoke
nt length on tho effects ot fumigation.
When tho South street houso wns de
serted fumlg.itlifg operations were be
gun. In ono of the rooms Or Hoffman
placed a lot of tubes containing plague
bacilli. Somo were loft open, others
closed loosely with absorbent cotton
nnd still others closed ns If for sterili
zation. In the first two the bacilli were
dead but In tho third they were not af
fected. According to this It could not
(Juke a number of men of the Na
tional Guard arc complaining on ac
count of thu loss of their positions In
the city. They wcro forced to do duty
In tho regiment nnd now, having re
turned to tho city, they find their posi
tions given to other people and all they
get Is thanks and their meagre pay.
The Irwtu Mansion.
T. A. Pettus .of tho firm of Camp
bell tc Pettus, San 1'rauclsco, having
tho $5(1,000 contract to build W. G. Ir
win's houso nt Walklkl, arrived In the
Australia. He brought ten carpenters
with him and will go right to work on
the erection of tho building.
San l-'rauclhco, Feb. (i. Samuel Par
ker, a Hawaiian millionaire who owns
200,000 acres of land In tho Islands In
addition to leasing 1,000,000 acres ot
tho crown or government lands, Is at
tho Palace, en route to Honolulu. Mr.
Parker has niado two trips to Washing
ton from hero during the past eight or
ten weeks. In talking about prospec
tive legislation for tho Islands nnd for
mer Queen LUiuoknlanl's attitude
thereto, ho said last evening: .
"Ry next March or April I am con
fident Congress will give Hawaii a
territorial foim of government. Mr.
Dole is likely to bo tho first Governor.
Ltlluoknlanl, who Is over sixty years
of ago and In rather poor health, Is In
Washington. Sho has submitted to
the lucvltablo with good grace. Her
best frlctulR hnvo advised her not to
claim tho crown lands. I firmly be
lieve that tho Congrcssnnd President
McKlnley nlm to treat her fairly. Somo
satisfactory monetary consideration
will bo given, or settled upon her.
"Under tho monarchy there were set
apait many ncres known as crown
lands. Under tho regime of the United
States they will bo known ns govern
ment lauds and will bo treated as such.
Much of this land Is held by leases en
tered Into by peoplo beforo Uncle Sam
assumed control. Theso leases will,
I think, havo to bo respected, Thcro
will bo, In all probability, legislation
looking to tho right of lessees to dls
poso of land su.-ct to tho Govern
"I havo spoken to President McKln
ley nnd many of tho Senators on tho
subject of tho elective franchise for tho
natives. I think tho natives should
havo a right to vote. I hopo, In fact I
believe, tho McKlnley Administration
will take that view of tho matter.
bo said that tho system of fumigation Dnth fa VpPmTP ttlP
here was thoroughly effective.. "UJ" W uCbUIG UIC
Appo ntmeut to Judgeship
RBADY TO REPORT.
Pivsldcnt Dole has a telegram from
W. O. Smith, dated Washington, Feb
ruary fi, stating that the Houso com
mittee was then about ready to make
a unanimous report on the Hawaiian
tcrlrtorlal bill. This Is the only com
munication tho Government has re
ceived from Washington by today's
mall, excepting a letter from Judgo
Hnrtwell to tho Minister of Foreign
Affairs, which answers none of tho Im
portant questions pending between the
local and federal governments.
Cullior-tlji's New Senator.
Sacramento, Feb. U. Tho election of
Thomas It. Hard as United States Sena
tor was oirtclnlly declared In both
houses of tho Legislature today. To
morrow In Joint convention todny's pro
ceedings will bo read and approved.
After tho approval and official an
nouncement of tho result Thomns Rob
ert Hard will briefly address the convention.
Washington, Feb. 1. The roport
that there will bo three Judgeships In
Alaska Territory nro almost as numer
ous as Congressmen, and tho contest
for these offices will bo n hot one. Wal
ter Mllroy, formerly of North Yakima,
Wash., will be-pushed by bis friends.
Ex-Congressman Doollttlo of Wash
ington Is also said 10 be an applicant,
although he disclaims nny deslro to
lenvo New York. Ollbeit S. Llttlo, for
merly of Seattle and now of Honolulu,
who has applied for a Judgeship In Ha
waii, has expressed willingness to go
to Alaska Instead, Superior Judge
Grccno of Oakland Is nftcr a Judge
ship In the Hawaiian Islands.
WEDDING STAT'ONriRY. Engraved
ClothcH Prom Lohalno.
Thn Iwalanl bi ought from Lahalnn
today n small box of clothes for tho
Board of Health. Tho peoplo at tho
Inter-Island wharf telephoned post
hnsto to tho Board ot Health ofllco and
Secretary Wilcox went down Immedi
ately. All hands thought It contained
something gruesome but, upon taking
off tho lid, tho box was found to con
tain a donation of clothes.
Gochel Ih Dead.
Frankfort, Ky Fob. 3. Governor!
Ciocbel died nt G: 1G o'clock this after
noon, pnlnlessly and without regaining
Exactly 0110 hour nfter tho death of
Mr. Goebol, J. C, W. Beckham wns
sworn In as uovornor of tho State, tho
oath being administered by S. J. Shack
elford, Cleilc of the Court ot Appeals.
Threatened 11 Ltina.
Francisco Montrcsa, ono of tho Ital
ian laborers at Moanalua, wns arrested
Saturday morning on tho charge ot
threatening to kill Arlola, tho Italian
luna at tho Bamo place Tho case camo
up In tho Police Court this forenoon
but wns continued until tomorrow.
Three deserters from a vessel In poit
wero arrested by Officer Kuplho In
tno uamniic uurying grounds, rung
street, late this forenoon. Tho patrol
wagon was summoned to tho place aud
tho men were taken to tho pollen Bta-tlon.
the very thing
to gladden the
hearts of the
The most acceptable Xmas gut
vour wives, sisters or daughters a pal
of our HEADED STRAP SUPPERS
Thes. we lr''ided In the 7000 pairs f
shoes just opened ex S. S. Australia aid
hold premier place for heiuty.
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