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Hawaii's Popular Sea Captains !
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THE MOST POI'ULAR CAP'
TAI.V Or THE ISLAND
Vol.. VI J I. No. 1478
HONOLULU, H. I.. TUESDAY, jMAItOH 13 liKIO
HhlCK ft V.s'it
INOCULATION A CONDITION
REGISTER HAWAIIAN SHIPS
THE HASS1NGEK MEMORIAL
THE BISHOP HOME BUKNED
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 :
flit Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is tt liberty
to choose Mween.mode s 90, 0 an l Q4 '
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light raid wheel, w elghlng rt lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
the bicycle to be selected trom the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. cgents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made c-rtween the corresponding ladirs'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
find Prize, Slncr Scwlnjj Mn
The winner of this prize mav chooe
ttwrithee three stvles of ma hlnes:
that with osclllitlng shuttle ant top coyer,
that with vibrating siuitue anu cann ci
Ptople Taking Serum Trcatmint May
Leave City Without Quarantine.
Ssa Francisco Mao Offers Ntw ScavenglDg Sys
tem -Pay cl Guards od Maul and Kauai
-Inspection of hrlltl Buildings.
Law Mow Before Congress Dealing
Wuh Oar Shipping.
Follows Precedents Establ.sbed b; Louisiana and
Altiikd Oaly Sb pj Owned Bona Fide by
Hawaiian Citizens -One Year.
Following Is tlio amended bill re
ported to tho House Feb. 19 dealing
with vessels under the Hawaiian flag:
Bo It enacted by tho Scnato and
IIouso of Representatives of tho Unlt-
Dr. Wood Informed tho Board of
Health at yesterday afternoon's met
ing that tho enso of Ah Jan from Iwl
lcl has been pronounced as the plague.
It was decided tho Board should visit
the spot In a body and pass Judgment cd States of America In Congress ns-
on tho buildings. Bembled, That the laws of the United
Pay rolls of guards on Kauai for .States relating to commerce, navlga-
Fcbruary wcro passed, amounting to tlon, and merchant seamen bo extend-
$22 1. cd to and over tho Island of Hawaii and
On motion of Mr. Hatch tho pay of nil adjacent Islands and waters of tho
,mnr.iH in Lnlmlnn. district. Maul, until Islands ceded to tho United States by
top. both five drawer machines, or the the time tho guard was ordered off, was tho Government of Hawaii and nc
"Automa Ic," with three drawers. Tl.i authorized out of tho Board's funds. I ccptcd by Joint resolution of Congress
machine will be turnMied bv II. 'if- An-appllcatlon froni tho Bishop Es- approved July 7th, 1898, so far ns such
gersen. sole agent for the Hawaiian tnte Was considered, to allow tho crcc- laws may bo applicable.
Islands. tlon of a building within the nnglo of Section 2. That tho Comlssloner of
rd Prize. Ppcmo Senior Cnmern, ' Queen and Punchbowl strcects. It was Navigation may make such regulations
YJr ii.i, until 640 00. represented that tho Hawaiian Car- as ho may deem expedient for tho na-
4x5, with Outllt &4U.UU. MnnufnCturnB Co. wanted to tlonallzatlon of all vessels owned by
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing put up a brick building there. On mo- citizens of the Islands ceded, as afore
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Hack and tlon of Mr. Cooper the request was said, on tho 7th day of July, 1893, and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be . granted, as tho Board had never con- which continue to bo so owned up to
used with either Plate or Films. The ,icmnc,i the locnllty as Infected with tho dato of such nationalization and
outfit Includes 1 PMe Holder, Tripod, 3 tho plague. I which had Hawaiian register, tempor-
Trays, Ueveloi, Fixer, Negative Rack, , A cpntimnn from San Francisco an-. ary or permanent.
Graduate, burring Hud ana Lantern. ncarprt to mako nn offer or removing' Section 3. That tho coasting trado
Camera ana omit are irom tne """"- garbage and cleaning cesspools. Ho
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole Jgrnts. woul(fUB0 mo nnd watcr In pans, as
Atl, Pi.17.-. n Zonoolione. the I lit- wnn ilnnn nt tho Presidio military
camp, San Francisco, instead or tho visions 01 law appncauio in sucn irnuo
dry earth system. Tho applicant de- between any two great coasting dls
slrcd to bo given a trial with his sys- trlcts.
tern In nnv district of tho city. Action ' Section 4. That this Act Bhall tako
Mr. Smith reported that tho shipping
TtfO JURY ACQJITTALb
BoDavitz. Clrared of Manslaughter and
Donlskl of Latcety.
Chinaman Changes His Flea and Receives Sen
tenet -Jury Business Tody and To
morrow Anolbtr Fire Claim.
Tho Jury before Judge Perry yester
day found Shlsku Donlskl not guilty of
larceny. Ho Is tho Japanese who was
charged with stealing a diamond ring
from Mrs. Amwcg nt the Hawaiian ho
tel somo tlmo ago.
Tho Jury empanelled before Judgo
Sllllma nyestcrday afternoon for the
trial of J. Bonawltz on tho chargo of
manslaughter first degrco consisted of
F. M. Lewis, J. C. Cluney, F. C. Smith,
13. L. Marshall, W. B. Nott, C. M. V.
Foster, S. O. Wilder, J. M. McClicsncy,
E. M. Marshall, J. J. Leckcr, F. J. Wll
helm and C. B. Ulplcy. At C: 15., after
an absence of twenty minutes, they re
turned n verdict of not guilty. Among
the witnesses called for tho defense,
was -J. H. Black, as an expert on shot
Lum Kou, Chinese, was brought up
for trial beforo Judge Perry this morn
ing on Indictment for larceny first de
gree. Tho Couit assigned A. t Judcl,
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
Splendid Gift to tin Hjsods by
J. A. HdSslDger.
Destructive Fire Up Nuinnu Avecne
Early This Horotrg.
Mausolium (or the of Fraternity - Accepted by
Members With Proptr Acknowligmtnt ot
tbe Mottoes cf ibt Donor.
John A Hnsslngcr, Past Master of
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.,
and tor long a leading light of masonry
In Honolulu, has Just doubly endeared
himself to tho fraternity by a munifi
cent gift. It Is that ot tho Hasslngcr
mausoleum In Maklkl cemtcry, which
ho deeds frco to Hawaiian Lodge. In
his letter making the generous proffer,
Mr. Hnsslngcr says:
"Occasionally In tho history of our
Lodge, when dentil has claimed a
Brother Mason or some member of his
family, cither among tho resident
brethren or ot those who came from
other lands, is has been necessary to
preserve tho body and glvo It teuipor-
Folks Were Absent Tbe Or'gln Unkmvi
lhae Was No Water Yaluible Conceit
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Inxon Bishop's
house In Nminnu avenue was burned to
tho ground early this morning. Al
though the fire brigade nnswered the
alarm quickly, Its powers were para
lyzed through tho utter absence of wa
tcr. "Forty firo engines could have
dono no good," ns Mr. Bishop says.
Tho Bishops wcro nbscnt, living at
Wnlklkl Just now. Before Mr. Bishop
reached ti.o place tho fabric had been
reduced to embers.
Two Japanese servants were sleeping
on the premises, but did not nwnkc un
til tlio neighborhood was In clamor
over tne fire. Miss Walker, at next
door to tho Bishop house, was tho first
ono to discover tho lire. Being awako
from slight Indisposition sho heard
between tho Islands aforesaid and any '
"In former years thcro wcro several
family tombs or vaults In our Nuuanu tho crackling of the flames. This was
cemetery, tho owners of which, upon about a quarter to 4 o'clock. Tho
occasion, have, nt our solicitation, al- j alarm was turned In from tho Bucna
lowed us tho temporary use of tho Vlstn hospital. It nppcarcd that tho
same. Of these depositaries but very fire Blnrted In the storeroom near tho
Jr. ns his counsel, who announced that few aro left, even wcro tncy nioro nu-' kitchen, but thcro Is nothing known as
defcndant'wlshcd to change his plea of merous, It Is a dcllcato thing to mako to how It originated. .
not guilty to guilty of larceny In tho J request for tho uso of a private burial Practically tho entire contents of the
snonnit tlnpron TVnntv AMnrnnv ftim. ' Plneo at nnv time. llOUSO Wcro destroyed, nil that will
portion of tho United States shall bo prni rinin nrrpntni iim nlm. nmi thn I "Somo years aco. unon tho death of a saved being two Pictures nnd two small
was dono at tho Presidio military regulated In accordance with tho pro- ( court sentenced defendant to bo Im- very dear daughter, I built at Maklkl tables. Mr. Bishop feels grateful for
prisoned nl naru labor lor eighteen cemetery a iuiiiu or niuusumeiu. una mo nacuu oi mo pictures, as tney were
months nnd to pay costs taxed at $3.50. mausoleum is now vacant, and I offer tho highly valued portraits of Hon.
Thcro was then nothing moro ready, to deed It as a free gift to Hawaiian Chas. It. Bishop nnd tho Into Judge
on tho part of tho lawyers, for tho Lodge to bo used ns a temporary place Lee. The stables and outbuilding"
jury. Consequently tho two Judges of deposit for tho bodies of departed were not burned.
took a long recess until 1:30 p. m.. nt Brother Freemnsons or inerauers or uciore Mr. and Mrs. wshon possnss-
In reporting tho hill back to tho j whici, tlmo Judgo Perry took up Ito- their families, and If accepted I deslro cd the house now destroyed, tho prcml
Housc, Mr. Jones of Washington, from nuhHc vs. Lo Kiim, vngrnncy, to bo thnt It may bo known as tho Hasslngor scs were known ns tho Boles place
tho Commltteo on tho Merchant Ma- followed by ncnubltc vs. M. D. Flguer- . Memorial." ' Formerly It wns tho homestead of
effect ono year after Its passage.
rlno and Fisheries, submitted tho fol
This Is the loudest and most natural
talUlntr machine vet Invented. It Is to be
electrd Irom tne stokof the BerftHtrom comin,ttte0 WU8 ready for business on
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian tn ilhrcn wharves-I. I. 8. N. Co.'s,
"il"; ii i ,,minn. nf th. rnnte Wlldcr's and tho P. M. S. Co.'s. In
The following conditions of the contest B.)cctor Shorey was stationed at the In-
BlUSl pe ooserveu . , .r.i.lnn(, wlmrf to nttend to shin- lowing:
i. All subsciipiions musi oe prepaiu ai rnnnlrlnir fumlcatlon I The Committee on the Merchant Ma.
7ra-e,5,Sffi b0 trcatca nt th0 Poc,nc MSSSuffZ"TS
SKK'? .--ts from people extend tho Jaws relating to .ommercj ,&
bona fide adJlt on to the SUDSCt pt Oil MS. wnnung io iruvci, unu uwreiiuuu iu ""'""- -"- - .-."..-
Subscriptions should be s-nt In as ship freight, camo up for consldera- tho Hawaiian Islands, ceded to the
ioofi as secured, together with the name tlon. Dr. Day moved, and it was re- UnUed states, nnd having duly con-
ind address of the person to whom the solved, that nnybody submitting to sldcred tho same, report it back with
Subscription Is to be credited, as well as of the hypodermic Injection of Haffklno's on amendment and recommend Its
i.. iih-rlHti- nrMt enre should betaken jirnnhvlnofln nernm wnulil hn nnrmlt- passage.
to elve ACCURATELY the full name and ted to leave tho city ono week after Tho amendment recommended by the
ino ircaimcni, wunoui undergoing " """
I quarantine, upon disinfection of per-. 8lty l'ays In section 4 of said bill
son and effects. nn" insert In lieu thereof tho words
After an executive conference tho "ono year," making section 4 read as
noard adjourned to Iwllcl to inspect follows: ...
tho buildings around where Ah Jan Section 4. That this Act shall tako
wns tnken with tho nlacue. It was "cct ono year after Its passage.
Durtne the continuation of the contest facetiously suggested thnt. for tho . Tllo bill extending our laws relot-
tddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
for the Must Popular Captain, coupons Bai50 0f economy, tho members walk to '"B to commerce, navigation nnd me'r
entitling the holder to cast so many votes thb plnce
for the upuin 01 nucnuicc ulujiuihk iu taken,
the term ot nis suoscnpiion. win m given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
fj.c for three months; strictly In advance.
Nevertheless hacks were
THE MOST POPULAR 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 of H. F. Wichman. I hey
are the oest that tan be obtained and mu
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition tn the votes hkh dppear
each day In the upper right hand .orn-r of
the first page, which are to b hlleJ out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as loll.ws. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
, MONTH 40 VOTES
t MOM MS " ,vricc
6 MONTHS - 350 VOTES
l EAR 75 VOIES
The standing of the contest Friday.
March 2, svas as follows. I his list will
be chang -d everv Saturday.
CPT. S1MERSON - 6o8
CAPT. CAMERON 3207
CAPT. CLARKE 1S70
CAPT. PEDbRSEN 1412
CAPT. HKUn'N uw
CAT. McDONxLD 750
CAPT. FREEMAN 284
CAPT. TULLETf 259
CAPT MCALLISTER 114
CAPT. J. DUWER 60
CAPT. NICHOLSEN - 49
CAPT. SAMUN 49
CAPT. WEISBARTH - 9
CPT I.IIMINAHELE 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
CAPT. CAMPBELL 1
Good Property For Sole,
Th Prnsnect street lots of II. M.
Dow will be sold In a few days under
the following conditions. Upset price,
tl 000: 1250 -sh. $250 In six months,
$250 In 12 months; the balance In two,
thrnn and four years. Interest at 8
There aro many features In tonight's
program at the popular play houso that
should assist In filling every nook and
corner of tho Orpheum. The bills pre
sented have been steadily Increasing in
merit of late, as have the audiences,
and tho week promises to stand well up
to the average in both respects, l'ror.
Robinson, tho curtain raiser, Is .by the 1
samo author as the laughable Uttlo
farce, Hector, given by tho stock com
pany a week or two ago and Is pro
nounced 'equally funny. Henrdo and
chant seamen to Hawaii passed tho
House unanimously nt the last session
of Congress nnd wns favorably report
ed to tho Senate. Tho most Important
effect of this measure will bo tho re-
ado, liquor selling without a license, I Mr. Hnsslngcr proceeds to mako Judgo Lee. Although nn old houso It
and Judge Sllllman tho two cases of somo suggestions as to the caro of tho was In good condition. It was of two
A. O. Mcrlcourt vs. Norwalk lro In-, mausoleum nnu conditions 01 transicr, siorics nnu contained 13 or it rooms.
the special ono or tno inner Deing inai us contents wcro very valuable, bclne
thFlguerado caso, that of It be used exclusively for Freemasons rcpleto with articles of virtu and
also liquor selling, has or members or their rnmiiies only, no precious heirlooms.
been moved on tho calendar. also desires that tho Lodgo causo somo There Is Insurnnco on tho en tiro
Cases for the foreign Jury tomorrow appropriate Masonic emblem to bo property of $7,800. With Fred. W.
nro: Frank LUlls vs. James Carty, ' Placed upon the front of tho building Mncfarlano In tho Manchester thcro la
Hawaiian Trust & Investment Co. vs. to denoto its consecration and owner- S3.000 on tho house, $1,500 on the con-
A. A. Barton ct al, and Hattle S. b'i'P. Thcro ore two graves within tho tents, $500 on tho stables and $500 oa
Lewis vs. J. J. Byrno et al. enclosure surrounding the edifice, the carriages, etc. John S. Walker
The appeal Is Hied of tho Minister which Mr. Hasslngcr nsks should bo holds a risk of $2,300 on tho furniture.
respected. 1 etc., in tno uoyai. insurance on what
Tho mausoleum thus presented to is destroyea is therefore $6,800. It is
the Freemasons Is of good nrchltec- Impossible to more than guess at the
tural design, modeled as a Gothic raor- total loss, some of which Is Impossible
turary chapel. It Is about 20 feet by 15 of ordinary appraisement. A great
feet ground plan, tho lot being 25 feet deal or tho loss Is of course Irreparable.
square, mint or solid concrete, with
heavy Iron doors ,tho structure will no
doubt endure for mnny years.
At a stated meeting of Hawaiian
of tho Interior from the decrco of
Judgo Perry In tho Wahlawa manda
Robertson & Wilder, attorneys for
T. W. Hobron, file a motion to set a
day for hearing of C. I. Holm vs. F. B.
McStockcr nnd T. W. Hobron.
James W. Mitchell files a claim of
$131.05 for effects burned on January
20 while ho was In quarantino at Kero
(Continued on page 3.)
PnHcc Court Todny.
Chun Yang was fined $20 and $3.50
costs, and paid up, for selling olcomar
garlno without complying with lawful
Sam Pedro was discharged with a
reprlmnnd for cruelty to animals.
Ah Chco and Ah Yan wero each fined
Bercsford should make a good team, 1X1 PhTnrn S-r
wmi thn mnrmi ir. throo rnrfnrmnn. ' n thlrd Chinaman on tho samo charge
, i-,i t.,i.u,i,o,i ,-1 being not prosecuted,
selves as favorites. Sid" Baxter, equl- L Sovernl toe. ' nndrfcltures ot ball
llbrlst. Is an addition to the bill. Tho
Richards chango t-olr sketch nnd with
Ethel TJIxon nnd Plrrl a most agrco-
ablo evening should be passed.
Public Spirited Offer.
Tho Bishop Estate has offered tho
Government land belonging to It which
may bo required for tho extension of
Pnuahl street to Fort. Conditions aro
tho waiving of bottermcntB nnd the
building of sidewalks by the Govern
ment, also that the proposed extension
bo carried out within one year from
signing of tho agreement. This pub
lic spirited offer will be especially ap
preciated In coming, as It docs, on top
of tho tender or land oy tne samo Es
tate for tho widening of King street.
for drunkenness wero recorded,
This afternoon J. A. Magoon Is be
ing tried for violating Board of Health
regulations In three cases of alleged
responsibility for unsanitary houses.
A. G. M. Robertson appears for the
Roard of Health, nnd Mr. Long assists
the defense. Before tho noon recess
DOCTORS TARE THB DOSE
2 p. m. Drs. Wood nnd Day
are under tho Influence of
Haffklno's prophylactic scrum.
Their symptoms aro described
below. Several willing sub
jects ot Inoculation await tbe
results on the physicians.
Tho second day clear of
plague cases of a new series
has passed. No chango Is
noted in tho condition of cither
Levy or Ah Jan.
Phylclnn Tnke Prophy'nctlc.
"It hns knocked mo clenn out. I nm
nchlng nil over and have been slightly
feverish." Thus Dr. Wood, president
of tho Board of Health, this afternoon
described his symptoms following a
hypodermic Injection of Haffklno's
prophylnctle scrum, which ho took yes
terday oventng, together with Dr. Day.
following tho Board's prescription of
that treatment ns nn nltornatlvo to
Tliomns Square Ton'ght.
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a con-
Lodge held on March 5, tho lotter of cert this evening nt 7:30 o'clock at
Mr. Hasslngcr was read by Bro. Gross- Thomas Square with tho following pro-
mnn, P. M., and tho secretary wns In- gram:
structcd to notify tho donor of tho ' PART I.
Lodge's acceptance of his generous Overture "Tho King's Lieutenant"
gift. Kenneth tt.'G. Wallace, sccrc-j a Ttj
tary, accordingly wrote a letter of ac--.Finaicll"CaVincn"' Vby'Vequcst.'.Blzet
ceptanco tQ Mr. Hassinger, among Grand Selection "Marltnna" (by
other things saying: request)..- Wallace
"In accepting your gift we hopo that Vocal Selection "II Trovatoro". Verdi
tho pleasure, to be derived from tho The Misses KcIIIa and Alapal.
knowledge of a generous deed well PART II
uono win repay you nanosomciy ror Medley "Tho Crackerlack" fbv
any financial outlay tho structuro may
have cost you, and tho blessings of tho
bereaved relations that are bound to
bo showered on tho donor nnd tho fra
ternity, from the fact of our ability to
afford them tho gratification of being
able to look again on their beloved
dead, will pay liberal Interest In years
It may bo mentioned that tho desire
of Mr. Hnsslngcr to have tho mauso
leum named for himself was only In
serted In his letter nt tho Insistent re
quest of n nrothcr Mason to whom ho
had confidentially shown tho draft.
Intermezzo "Cavalleria Rusticana"
(by request Miscagnl
Waltz "Tho Syrens" Waldteufcl
Polka "A Good KIs3" Coote
"The Pl,ir Simimloil Rnnnpr "
I Judgo Wilcox heard nrgnment on n , quarantino for anybody wanting to
BRAND-DICKEY In this city, March
11, 1900. Harry Brand and Miss Em
ma J. Dickey, Rov. John C. Hay. pas
tor of tho Christian church, officiating.
BERGER In this city, March 13,
1900, tho six weeks' old child of Cap
tain and Mrs. Bcrger.
demurrer ot defendant, which he has
Jump In Kthc".
Kchcl, tho popular stock of tho
gamblers, took another Jump this
morning nnd predictions are that the
rise has not reached the limit. The
causes of this Jump aro variously es
timated. Somo say It Is because Prlnco
Peterson Is back, others that only two
moro assessments aro to bo called and
others that a big crop will bo harvested
tho first year.
Scared by tho steam roller In Hotel
horse bolted with bla carriage. Dr.
THB WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
.' UN PEN. All alios, all ahapea. H. F.
New Y. M. C. A. Officers.
At a meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of the Y. M. C. A. yesterday a
committee was appointed to nominate
officers for the new year beginning
with April. This committee will re
port at tho annual meeting ot the As
sociation held Monday evening, April
2d at 8 o'clock.
lenvo tho city,
Dr. Day being mot entorlng tho
Board room, replied to tho samo ques
tion thnt Dr. Wood had Just answered:
"I don't feel very bad. Ono nrm Is soro,
nnd I havo been a Uttlo feverish. I
feel sort of 'logy' all over."
Two gentlemen applied for Inocula
tion this morning nt tho Board of
Health office. Dr. Wood says soveral
persons wero to havo taken the In
Jertlon at tho Board room this after
noon, but on tho ndvlco of Dr. Hoff
mann tho candidates wtl lnwalt tho re
sults on Dr. Day and himself.
The Iwllel Bul'd'n.
Yesterday afternoon the Board con
demned to tho flames tho stables at
Iwllel from whence Ah Jon was taken.
Adjacent buildings aro having their
fate considered this afternoon.
1 NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
I Tho customers of tho Now England
Bakery will bo glad to henr that they
havo now reopened nnd nro propnred to
supply all orders. Orders should bo
telephoned In order that they may be
delivered by tho early morning wagons:
I Thcro will bo a grand opening Satur-
dnv nfi?ht nnd tn PAlnhrntn thin nprn.
slon everything will be sold nt half
prloo on Saturday. Paul Egry, tho
celebrated violinist, will furnish tho
School Street Rrldfe.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Tho un
usual amount of travel over the long
brldpo on School street In tho past few
months, and pert protests against Its
dilapidated condition by numerous
persons who hnve to uso that Import-
Ape hard to find,
Know where to
in the carriage, which overturned and
'hrew them out but happily without
Injuring them badly.
No hat as good as Iwakaml's hat,
for the same mnpev. Iwakaml Hat De
partment, Hotel street.
ant structure, havo resulted In Its he-
Dr. Hoffmann was seen this after- lng rcplankcd nnd braced In Its weak
noon. Ho reports no apprcclablo spots. Now, It should be Insisted unon
chango In tho condition ot cither H. . by tho authorities that vehicles slow
k 111..' w.
a jfir ,y
M. Levy or Ah Jan.
A number of attorneys wero con
sulted In the Executive chamber this
morning by President Dolo and At
torneyl General Cooper on tho sub
ject of tho Court of Claims.
up when on the bridge, Instead of go
ing across at a slashing gait as has
been tho custom.
Go to the Pacific Vehlclo and Supply
co. ror nno carriages.
COME TO THE
And you will not go further, from im
jcheipesttothebestcan be fiundthara.
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