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Hawaii's ' Popular Sea Captains !
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MB VOTE FOR
THE MOST POPULAR CAP
TAIN OF THE ISLAND
Vol. Vlll. No. UGO
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.
Pkiuh 5 (Jkntb.
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 : jk
1st Prizo Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is t liberty
to choose between models 90, q and 94 of
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 04 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model oj
Is a light road wheel, weighing lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. sgents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
1 be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the Winner of ist prize be
f a lady). f
2nd Prize, 8lnjlcr Scwlnft Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automa 1c," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnUhed bv B. Ben-,
gersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
- 8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes I Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LeMun
yon Photo-8upply Co., sole agents.
CoqdcII o State Holds a lost Im
v porlant Session.
Totes Mooej fer Extension of Sewerage Sjstem
Another Hundred Thousand for Plane
4th Prlzo, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It is to be
V selected from the stock of the Berfistrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
" .1 The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
i. Allsubscilptlonsmustbe prepaid at
' least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be snt In as
soon as secured, togeiher with the name
" and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great careshould be taken
lo clve ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try lor these prizes.
During 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
- torm nf his subsrriDtlon. will be civen
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: f8.oo per year,
te.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
Thcro were present at tho Council
of Stato meeting at p. m. yesterday:
President S. B. Dole, Ministers II. E.
Cooper, E. A. Mott-Smlth, A. Young
and S.M. Damon, Councillors C. Dolto,
secretary, W, C. Achl, John Nott, M.
P. Robinson, A. O. M. Kobertson, M.
Ar Gonsalves, D. P. II. Iscnberg, 8. K.
Ka-nc, J. L. Kaulukoti, Cecil Drown
and-A. V. Gear. .,
Dr. C. D. Wood, president of the
Uoar'd ot Health, was also In attend
THE SEWERAGE BILLL
Minister Damon submitted a bill to
appropriate $345,253.24, for the comple
tion of present sewerage contracts, tho
extension of tho sewerago system ac
cording to tho plans ot Rudolph Her
Ing and its further, extension to outly
ing districts. Tho money was to come
from loan funds, and, its expenditure
be subject to tho approval of President
McKlnlcy. Explanations wcro given
by tho Minister of Finance. Tho Board
or Health had earnestly recommended
that the plans of Mr. Herlng should bo
carried out. In every detail, and that to
those plans should be added those out
lying b.stricts whereto pumping ar
rangements could be satisfactorily
connected. Ot the appropriation of
$257,000 mado by tho Legislature for
the Bewerago system, up to February
12 (here had been expended $166,74G.Vb,
while thcro would be duo by April 1
tho sums ot $5,000 for the work at Ka
kaako and $20,000 for the other con
tract. Aducd to the amount spent
theso sums would make $191,746.Vo,
which deducted from the total of ap
propriations would leave a balance ot
$05,253.24 unexpended. The appropria
tion would expire the 1st day ot March,
when the work would have to be sus
pended unless means were devised to
..ave It proceed. Wilson & White
house's and Vincent & Belcher's con;
tracts, the pump house and pumps, the
overflow sewers, the grading and or
namenting of the grounds, altogether
would como to $111,205. This amount
would have to bo reappropriated oy
the next Legislature, it the authority
now sought could not bo obtained,
which would involve having tho work
como to a standstill in tho meantime.
It had been thought best to ask for Its
appropriation now, together with
$204,833.24, Including the unexpenueu
balance, for completing the 34.3 miles
of extension on Hering's plans, also
$29,215 for new streets not shown In
those plans. Thus:
For works In band.. $111,205 00
For unexpended balance..
and extension on plans.. 204,833 24
For extension in outside.,
streets 29,215 00
McKtnlcy will not authorize n meeting
of the old Legislature.
POINT OF LAW.
Mr. Brown President McKInley's
permission to the Council ot Stato al
lows It to appropriate money for the
objects named "under the laws of Ha
waii." I cannot see anything in tho
Hawaiian law to authorize what we are
asked to do. I want to sco the sewer
age go ahead, but do not see that Pres
ident McKInley's approval will make
Minister Damon There are several
arguments for our course. First, the
urgency of the caso Is shown by the
Board of Health, which tells us that
ono of tho most necessary precautions
against tho continuance of the plague
Is the sewerage system. Secondly, the
question of our relations with the
United States is of so peculiar and deli
cate a naturo that before Congress can
act, and before our Legislature can act,
it becomes necessary, if wo aro to
guard against the .plague In the future,
that we should take a.Btcp in advance
of our technical rights, and lay tho
matter before President McKlnley, who
has general supervision of tho affairs
of Hawaii. It is bringing us In closer
relations with tho authorities nt Wash
ington; and promoting what we con
sider a most important and necessary
improvement. It may be tho means of
opening up a channel whereby other
works of n necessary character can be
kept from coming to a threatened
standstill. I know of no other way of
attaining to some feasiblo means for
keeping the postofllco and custom
house In efficient operation.
THE OLD LEGISLATURE.
Mr. Gear I do not like to be asking
questions all tho time. What authori
zation did President McKtnlcy give to
Hawaiian officials when he stopped tho
elections? He continued tho present
officials In orrico. Did that continue
tho Legislature In ofllco or not?
President Dolo Tho Legislature
comprised the only elective officers,
and wo thought that tho Legislature
would sit, but from present appear
ances It docs not appear that President
McKlnley wants tho Legislature to
Mr. Gear Tho Constitution requires
tho Legislature to meet on the fourth
.Wednesday of every alternate Febru
ary, If the Legislature is continued
GLEAN SLATE FOR TODAY
Hawaiian Hotel Stables Hava
Story or ibt Ab Bung Case More Shacks
Given to the Flames Dr. Grace Departs
for Hawaii -Death List.
INVERNESS-SHIRE IS SAFE
Ancaorul Outside at 8:30
Drifted Sixty M.les From Port In Direction o1
Kauai Captain Evans Gives Complete
Story or Drifting Vessel.
BIS OCCUPATION IS GONE
Wm. Oilman Cannot Compel Recewtl
of His Vina Sbop License.
Sapreot Court Dismisses Bill to Enjoin Minister
ot the Interior-Two Cleutirt LlfcM
Cannot Ron Alongside Each Other.
(Continued on page 7.)
ROAD SUPERVISOR RESIGNS
2 p. m. No new cases today.
Tho post mortem on the body
of tho Chinaman from King
street near tho Walklkl road
showed plague. Yesterday
morning Dr. Hoffman was call
ed to tho Hawnllnn hotel sta
bles and thero found a sick
Chinaman, Ah Hung by name.
Ho was taken to tho plague
hospital whero ho died In tho
afternoon. A post mortem
snowed plague. This was three
deaths from tho dread disease
In one, day.
Ah tiling's Case.
Dr. Wood told the following story
of Ah Hung's caso this afternoon: "All
Hung was an employe of tho hotel sta
bles. He -was discharged on Wednes
day and was taken ill on Thursday.
Dr. Cooper saw tho roan and said ho
had fever. He wanted a permit to go
Into Pauoa but there was somo delay
in this. On Sunday night ho slept in
a ditch In Pauoa and on Monday morn
ing, went back to tho stables. It was
then that Dr. Hoffman was summoned.
The'Btablcs are not In quarantine."
Tho flro department turned out this
morning and tho various engines wcro
placed on Richards, Queen and King
street In the vicinity of tho building
In which Mary Kaalhue died. This
was destroyed in short ordcr'and, when
the firemen wcro about ready to with
draw, F. S. Dodge of the Dlshop Esate
appeared and requested that tho lire
departmept burn down tho old building
near by, .he yard of which opens on
Punchbowl ''street near Kakaako. The
trustees had unanimously agreed to
have this place destroyed by flro. Oil
was placed In somo of tho rooms and d ? 8 o'clock wo wero alongside
ho wlinln hniidn wnn vui In flnmon .-lna' nl? ooloclt wo were alongside,
Thero is another houso near by that
tho firemen thought should also be
The British bark Invcrness-shlro ar
rived and anchored oft port at about
8:30 o'clock this morning. Captain
Harry Evans camo ashoro and told
the story of his connection with the
"On Tuesday, Just a wcCk ago, tho
crew of tho Invcrness-shlro mutinied,
nlthough tho vessel was anchored three
miles outside Honolulu. From that
time until Thursday, the captain was
busy ashoro trying to get away.
"On that day I went out with Cap
tain Pcttlo nnd tho sallmakcr of tho
vessel who had been nrrested ashore.
After talking with tho men they still
refused to go to work.
"Captain Pcttlo and I then camo
ashore and went to British Cotnls
sloncr Hoare's nnd Attorney Humph
rey's. Upon arrival back on tho water
front wo learned that tho Inverncss
shlro was adrift.
"Looking out wo saw tho signal ot
distress. We saw Captain Sanders and
then went to 'tho Iitcr-Island wharf.
Captain Haglund ordered tho tow line
out and said ho would send out tho
Kauai to assist tho Inverncss-shlrc.
"Wo then went to" the boat landing
nnd ordered five boats to tho rescue of
the drifting vessel.
"At about 5 o'clock tho pilot boat
with Captain Sanders, Captain Pcttle,
Mr. Kcnnte and eleven men from the
Champion aboard, Bet out for the drift
ing vessel with the invcrness-shlro
boat in tow. In tho latter wcro tho
third mate of the Invcrness-shlre, ap
prentices and myself.
"The weather was very bad and we
could not sco the vessel although wo
knew from tho. wind that she must bo.
drifting to tho southwest.
"It was not.vstll nearly dark that wo
made out tho outlines of tho vessel
TBE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
nnmtvr nf votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I hey
are the oest that can be obUined and may
be seen on display at Wichman's siore.
In addition to the votes which appear
each day In the upper, right hand cornrr of
the first pace, 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
i MONTH 40 VOTES
4 .. , -MUM lS 5 V JTfcN
' '"' tVMONr-lb 350 VOTES
I i EAR 7J - "
The standing of the contest Friday. Feb.
8, was as follows. 'I his list will be chang
ed every Saturday.
, - CAPT. SIMERSON 1482
CAP r. CAMERON 1201
CAPT. CLARKE M43
. CAPT. PEUbKSEN 444
CAPT. FREEMAN 260
' r APT. TULLET l'-..... 97
CAPT. BRUHN .'..... ,... 170
CAPT. NICHOLSEN Q
.CAPT. WEIbBAKlll ,..
gffi.; f HOMPsoN :::
' Sent to Jail.
1 Wm. Crews appeared again before
rU(ige Wilcox In the tfollco Court this
' forenoon and was sentenced to one
month's Imprisonment at hard labor
on the charge or drunkenness. It was
not long ago that Crows appeared bo
tore Judgo Wilcox on tho samo old
charge and was allowed to go without
punlatment on tho promise that ho
would sin no more.
WBDDINQ STATIONERY, Engravoa
. ,- , -. H. F.', WICHMAN.
Appropriation asked.. S345.253 24
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
Mr. Gear asked If tho contracts were
not made for tho works now in hand
before the 31st of December.
Minister Damon replied that tho
Government undertook to supply tho
materials, and proceeded to give dotalls
of uncompleted works. There was to
Vincent & Belcher 34,9iu
Wilson & Whltehousd 19,317
Overflow sewers 11,700
Pump House 3,900
Grading, etc J 1.200
Incidentals ..., .- 7.500
John Ouderkirk, Supervisor ot Roads
and bridges for the District ot Honolu
lu, today tendered his resignation to
the Minister ot tho Interior. To his
friends Mr. Ouderkirk will only say
that his reason for retiring from the
position is a deslro to attcnd.to his pri
vate business. Ho was commissioned:
on tho 15th ot last November, or a lit
tle more than three months ago. It
Mr. Ouderkirk persists In his declared
intention of giving up tho ofllco it will
be a matter of general regret, for tho
public at largo regard him as the right
man In the right place. There Is strong
confidence in both his ability and his
WAILUKU WATER WORK8
Bids for constructing tho Wailuku
water works were opened In tho In
terior office at noon. Chas. B. Wilson
and John F. Bowler ,wero tho only bid
ders. Their figures bol-ng rates for di
mensions and materials will require
some calculation to And whether or not
they como within tho appropriation.
In tho meantime it may transpiro that
somo bids from Wailuku havo been do
layed through the interruptions ot In
tcr-isiana mans. jns. t. Tayior, en
gineer of tho Public Works bureau,
goes Into quarantlno this afternoon so
as to be nblo to leave for Wailuku In
Mr. Brown asked what authority
they had to make thoso appropriations.
If they had tho right to ao that, what
was to hinder them from going ahead
nnd voting tho wlrolo appropriation
Minister Damon referred to the
clnuso making tho proposed expendi
tures subject to tho npproval of Presi
dent McKlnley. Ho gave a synopsis of
the correspondence with Washington
A telegram had been received convey
ing the permission of tho President ot
tho United States for the Council of
Stato to voto money tor suppression ot
the plague and for permanent sanitary
Mr. Gear (addressing tho President)
Has President McKlnlcy been cpnr
suited regarding the meeting of tho
President Dolo Yes. A very full let
ter dated January 17 was forwarded to
him on that subject. It has not yet
been answered, whllo n subsequent ro-
nucst for the creation of a court of
claims for Are losses has been answer
ed. The Impression made on us Is
that President McKlnley Is ready to
approve what Is now proposed. Again,
the territorial bill has been amended
to strike out tho provision that the
Legislature ot the Republic of Hawaii
may continue to fulfil Its functions
until. Congress has otherwise provldod.
This leads us to believe that President
Marshal Brown's Statement.
Rcferlng to an nrtlclo In tho Bulletin
yesterday relating to tho taking up ot
quarters in cottages on Richards stroot,
ot certain French and Japanese women,
Marshal Brown, said this morning:
"About a week ago I was Informed
that these women wanted to go Into
tho houses opposlto tho planing mill. I
told them they could locate thcro un
til complaint was made. Later, I learn
ed that the owner of the buildlpgs had
refused to harbor these people and so
now, they nro looking about for other
The Channel Wharf.
Minister Young Is a regular morning
visitor to the construction works ot
tho Channel wharf and warehouse. He
finds them coming on rapidly. Super
intendent Rowell reports the second
payment on tho contract mado, which
Indicates a good raco with 'time by
Cotton Brothers & Co.
burned, but as the owner could not be
located, it was left alone.
From tho Bishop Esate houso tho
firemen went to the South Sea Island
settlement on tho mauka side ot Queen
street, Walklkl ot. Richards street
where two small cottages were burned.
Tho thirty South Sea Isalnders of tho
place and several natives, having no
accommodations, were sent to the bat
Makalkulea, female Hawaiian, aged 38,
exhaustion, Kamollllll, Feb. 17.
Tapa, female Gilbert Islander, phthisis,
kerosene warehouse Camp, Feb. 17.
Mrs. EllaHlla, female Hawaiian, pht
thsls, kerosene warehouse camp, Feb. 17.
Pata, male Hawaiian, aged 7 months,
Nuuanu vauey, reo. i.
J.mes K. Ohule. male Hawaiian, aced
7 years, phthisis pulmonalis, Manoa,
Muiim. female l.in.infv. aped 2
months, enteritis, Kalihl detention camp,
Feb. 18. l
, Chlneso Hospital.
The Citizens' Sanitary Committee has
written to the Board of Hea th relative to
the lack of a physician at the Chinese
Hospital. The communication will very
likely b: read at the meet ne of (he Board
of Healtn this afternoon It is the opinion
of manv that the Board of Health has
nothing whatever to do .with this matter,
and that the organization In charge of the
Chinese Hospital should see to it that a
physician for that place Is provided.
Want More Money.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
yesterday afternoon, Dr, Wood reported
that the funds at the dlspOsil of the Board
of Health were vcv low. The Board then
voted that, In view of this fact, the
Freight Clerk Mayfleltl.
F. A. Mayfleld has been made freight
clerk for the Board of Health with
headquarters In tho Board ofllco. II. C.
Morton has been assigned to duty on
,tho wharves with Capt. .Campbell.
DON'T PASS our OPERA OLAS8E'
or the World. They "0 made by L
Malre. "Nutt said." A. V WICHMAN
Council of State be asked to appropriate
Sioo.000 for the further fighting of the
Tho houso oft Queen street formerly
occupied by Mary Kaalhue, ono of yes
terday's plaguo victims, togetherwlth
two houses In tho South Sea Island
settlement, wero yesterday condemned
by tho Board ot Health to bo burned.
It will bo remembered that, In ono of
theso lattpr, tho South Sen iBland vic
tim died In December.
Dr. Grace Leaves.
Dr. Graco of Illlo left for his homo in
the steamer Katulanl last evening, hav
ing received a special permit from tho
Board ot Health. Dr. Graco witnessed
tho post mortem on tho body of Ah
Chong, tho King street plaguo victim,
yesterday afternoon and has seen
plague bacilli galore under tho micro
On account ot tho crowded condition
of tho hospital at tho Kalihl detention
camp an auxiliary hospital has been
stabllschcd in ono ot tho houses (n the
;nmp proper. Thero wero fourteen pa
tients In that placo yesterday. Many
of these are sufferers from borl-bcrl.
Tho mutinous crow offered us no help
so we got aboard as best we could. At
about 8:30 o'clock two shore boats
came alongside and wcro taken nboard.
"Thero was absolutely no troublo
getting aboard tho Invcrness-shlro and
the story ot boats drifting away out
Into tho open sea, was not only totally
without foundation but it frightened
my wito and children very badly.
"The now crew manned the capstan
and, after working for about a half
hour, this smashed on account ot tho
"Wo decided to let the vessel drift as
thero was no immcdlato danger. Tho
two red lights, signifying a vessel In
distress, wcro put out In tho hopo that
tho Kauai had been sent out to the
"At this Juncture the crew sent a
spokesman aft with tho message that
thoy wore willing to turn to. Capt. Pet-
tie sent back word that ho had brought
aboard a sufficient crew to do tho
"We drifted along until Friday at 8
a. m. when the schooner Surprlso was
sighted. Our signal was answered and,
later on, Captain Sanders with his
crew, wcro towed to Honolulu in tho
pilot boat. Captain Sanders had been
instructed to procure a tug to come
out for us as tho ship had both anchors
nnd her chain out. I learned later
that the Elcu went out but slio never
"Wo succeeded In saving 45 fathoms
of chain. Wo wcro then at least CO
miles off port In tho direction of Kauai
and drifting at tho rato of threo knots
"Tho men rested during Sunday, af
ter having set our foresails and top
sails in tho southwest wind. Captain
Pcttlo on Monday asked tho mutinous
crow If they would return to work,
"Tho wind changed in our favor on
tho morning of tho' 19th and wo sailed
up, arriving this morning."
- A unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court hns been rendered In the
enso of Wt Ottman vs. Alexander
i'oung. Minister of tho Interior. It Is
algncd by Justtco Frcar, who wroto It,
Justlco Whiting and Circuit Judge
Perry, tho last sitting In placo of Chief
Justlco Judd, nbscnt.
Tho caso was a submission upon tho
following agreed facts: "During tho
past year Ottmnn has held a Hccnso for
iho sale ot light wines and beer at his
iircmlBCS nt Walklkl. When that license
was granted there was not In existence
jny liceuso for tho salo ot spirituous
liquors at retail within two miles ot
said premises, but sinco then three
such licenses havo been issued, under
two of which tho business of vending
such liquors is nctually carried on.
Ottman applied for a renewal of his
license, but tho Minister declined to
grant It on tho ground that he was pre
vented from doing so by tho terms of
tho statute (Sec. I, Chap. 61, Laws of
1898.) It Is agreed that If, in the opin
ion of the court, tho statute docs not
prevent tho renewal of tho license,
Judgment may bo entered directing tho
Minister to renew It, otherwlso that
this proceeding Shall bo, dismissed."
Tho Court finds that the statute does
prevent the renownl of tho license, and
dismisses the bill. It Is provided In
tho law that, In nuy district, town or
place where tho licensed business of
vending spirituous liquors is carried
on, no license for tho Bale ot light
wines nnd beers shall bo Issued within
two miles from tho placo where busi
ness Is being carried on under the
spirituous liquor license. For tho pur
poses ot tho act Walklkl is consiacrcu
a Judicial district.
It Is set forth that there Is In reality
no "renewal" of a license, each ono be
ing Issued for one year. Also that the
provision on which tho caso hangs re
fers to any time; and not to tho time of
tho passage of tho act. Thercforo, nl
though Ottmnn got In first with his
milder beverages prlvllego, whenever
anybody else got tho hard stuff license
within two miles ot him. he had to quit
as soon as his then existing license ex
pired. It Is surmised by the Court that
tho provision In question was meant
by tho Legislature less as n protection
to spirituous liquor licensees than as
a pollco regulation to provent tho mul
tiplicity ot boozo Irrigation stations
within n limited neighborhood. The
foregoing is not the languago ot tho
decision, but may bo easier digested
by tho popular mind.
Licenses to sell light wines and beers
nre considered as having been devised,
nt tho cheap rate ot $200, for localities
not populous enough to sustain a glid
ed saloon for nil Borts ot liquefaction
at SI, 000. Walklkl seems to havo at
tained to tho lnttcr standard, hence
Ottmnn finds his occupation gono. Tho
Court decides that tho provision at bar
does not vlolnto tho constitutional pro
hibition of anything but uniform legislation.
F. M. Hatch appeared for plaintiff,
and Deputy Attorney General E. P.
Dole for the defendant.
An Old Friend.
Lieutenant Brmmerureuther has
been promoted to bo Lieutenant Com
mander, U. S. N. Ho mado many
friends including newspapermen In
Honolulu when going to Manila In the
Chnrlcston. It was on that voyago that,
tho Charleston captured Guam, and
Lieutenant Brnunsrcuthcr was tho
officer sent ashore lo rccclvo tho sur
render of tho gnrrlson.
Left the Lehua.
. Five natlvo sailors of tho Lehua left
that steamer nt her anchorage outsldo
this morning and camo ashoro in the
boat ot tho Board ot Health guard. It
is expected that other sailors will como
In this afternoon. Tho four sailors ar
rested this morning were seen at about
11 a. m. and gavo a Bulletin reporter
"We left tho steamer on nccount of
U10 " nbuslvo lnnguago ot our captain
and It Is almost certain that tho re
mainder of tho nntlves.i seven In nil.
will como ashoro some tlmo toduy If
thoy can get n boat."
Tho action ot tho natlvo sailors will,
of course, lay up tho Lehua for a week,
as It will bo necessary for theso same
men or others to go into quarantine
for that length of tlmo beforo the ves
sel Is allowed to proceed on her regu
lar route. ' ,
the very thing
to gladden the
hearts of the
The most acceptable Xmas gift
your wives, sN'ers or daughters 'h a pa
of our BEADLD STRAP SUPPERS
No arrests In connection .with the
Union Feed Co. attempt at robbery
have yet been made.
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