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Vol. VIII. No. 1501
HONOLULU, H. I.. THURSDAY, A PHIL 12. ll)0().
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Tlie BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, sliall send In the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
tut PrUe Cleveland Bicycle, $70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, 01 and 04 of
the 1000 Cleveland Blcycie. MoJel 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pound. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 2 lbs , and
MruM nn n hp.ivler road wheel. Wt 24 IbS.
The bicycle to be selected Irom the stock Coutt ot Calm8 resolution ns nnnr.il
0t tlie Honolulu mcyeic wu.. kciiis .
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be made between the corresponding ladlrs'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
CALL FOR A NEW COUKT
CoddcII ol State Hakes Direct Request
to Mr. Dole.
Bill Resolution Adopted-Mr. Robertson Makes
1 Lengthy Slatimtnt- Mr. Jones Believes
Resolutions Sometimes Necessary.
Tho order of tho lay In tho Council
ot Stnto Wednesday was Mr. Achl's
Snd Prize, 8lnfcer Sewing Ma
Mr. IJolto offered tho following sub
Honolulu, April 11, 1000.
Whereas, tho messago of Secretary
liny to President Dolo roads ns fol
Iowh: Tho President appiovea tho appoint
ment of tho Court 'jf Claims to con
sider losses cnuscd by tho burning of
Chlnntown nnd to nuko nwnnls and
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and caoinei jll(iBmcnla on 8Uci, losses to bo paid out
top, both five-drawer macmnes, or 11 e of nppro,)rnton8 mndo by tho Coun-
"Automailc, ' with three drawers. This , conformity with Hnwa-
machine will be fumihed bv B. Ber- .. . .
aerscn. sole agent for the Hawaiian . "whoreis? It ! tho opinion of the
"lands. I Council of Stnto that nbovo words
8rd Prize, Prcmo Senior Camera, mean thnt President McKlnloy np-
... with outfit S40.00. proves of the nppolntmcnt of n Court
4x5, with Outfit, ...... S.40.00. iQt calmB; thnt iha Court of clMnB
The Premo, St., has Double Swine j8 to consider lojses caused by tho
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and burning of Ch'nitown, nnd to mako
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be owan8 un,i judgments on such losses;
used with either Plates or Films. The that tho council of State Is to nppro-
utfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, j ,at0 moncy , COufoi-rnlt with Hn-
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Rack, wal,nn , for ,ho purposo ,)t p!iy.
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern. ,nB award8 nnd judgments mado by tho
Sn plotdKunfvfrCo solV ants c"rt ot clalma- croft. bo It
yon Photo-8upply Co., sole agents. . Regolvci,t That lt , tho 8cn80 ot tho
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the tat- Council ot Stnto that the Hawaiian
est Improvement on the Gramo- Government should puy just claims for
i.i n r.i tqn nn losses caused by tho action taken by
phone, with O Records, 530.00. th)j Board of Hea,()1 ,n connccUon wlth
This Is the loudest and most natural the suppression ot tho bubonic plague;
talking machine yet invented, lt Is to be Further, Thnt tho Council of State
selected fromthestockof the Bcrtfstpom mo8t earnestly ndvlso tho Executive
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian Council to nppolnt a now Court of
Islands. Claims of flvo member), n majority 0;
Tl. iu..,tr, rnn.itHnn. nt iii rnniKi whom shall consist of Impartial nvu
urt teStoSJttf .acquainted with th-j values ot property
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at ""! merchandise.
least three months in advance. Kennedy's Resolution.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp-1 Mr. Kennedy offored n sjcund sub
tlons will be counted In this contest as tltuto resolution, which wns seconded
new subscriptions. Each name must be a by Mr. Isenberg, an follows:
bona fide addition to the subscription lists. Resolved, xhot It is the sense of the
j. Subscriptions should be sent In as Councli ot stat0 that tho EmjcuMvc
soon as secured, together with the name Co,incli reConid-r tho appointment of
and address of the powinto whom the tho Court of &Ulla1 m0 ,)ie ru)c8
SE'JSL? "SLS'Sihk; wn . regulating tho Mm.
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the lull name ana
address of each new subscriber.
4- Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands le eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.co per year,
Ja.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
The American-Hawaiian Steamship
Co. will Inaugurato its servlco with tho
dispatching of tho S. S. American from
Now York about July 1st, 1000, for
Honolulu direct, nnd a steamer every
month thereafter, cither direct to Ho
nolulu or via Snn -Francisco, nccordlng
tO tho SCaSOn. Iw1i, nnd lionrn tlinrn rnillfl not llO
Tho service will bo maintained by t no !"""., n,nB ,hn .-!nVf.rnmnn
TT-...-llnn Jlnll IVhUI VlM DMW ..w . - .....--.
Mr. Kn-ne thought tho subJtltutp
wero the samo of the orlglnnl nnd yro
Mr. Robertson thought tho Court of
Claims and nil the resolutions wero out
ot order slnco first the matter was laid
on tho table. Ho did not ngren with
tho Executlvo or Council or Chamber
of Commerce. Thcro wero only two
wnys proposed: to pay only those
claims for which tho Government was
legally liable or to pay all claims, de
manded by tho Chnmber of Commerce.
Ho did not think the question ot lc
gnl liability could bo submitted to any
Court ot Claims. Ho bassd his opinion
on English common law nnd statute
law as well. Tho right was Inherent
to abolish a nuisance. This was
ns far ns the Doird ot Health
had Rono In stumping out bubonic
tloncH Httindn t'trm.
Mr. Jones snltl thnt In no mo tiling
ho ngrced with Mr. Hobertson on othrrs
ho did not. He thought tho Legisla
ture must provldo tho moncy. Tho
whole matter must be sifted and com
promises made. The matte. should
be referred to tho LcgUlnturo vrhlrh
should be cnllcd by tho now govern
ment ns soon ns Appointed. Ho did Dot
bcllevo In, or did not ndvuciito, con
sequential dnmnges. Ho thought, how
ever, thnt certain classes of rents
Bhould ho considered, hut ho had not
held they should bo paid. It .-ailing
for justice was revolutionary, ns tho
Minister of Finance had said, then ho
wuntcd to bo written down ns revolu
tionary. It Is not n question ot wheth
er wo enn afford to pay, but it Is a duty
wo must carry out by paying all honest
nnd just claims.
This wns his position, concluded Mr.
Jones, nnd, It It wns revolutionary,
let them write upon his tombstone
"lllc Jncct Revolutionist." (Laughter
Referring to tho discussion of tho
previous tiny Mr. Jones pointed out
that Minister Damon hnd mado n
strong nrgument for paying claims
when ho had alleged thnt tho people
had burned Chlnntown. If this Wuo
true, tho people ought to pay for It.
Ho hero rend extracts from n letter
published by W. It. Castle lately, sup
porting his view. Tho Oovcrnmcnt
record had thus far been kept clean,
nnd ho hoped It would be so kept by
paying nil Just claims..
Mr. Jones here turned to tho minis
terial chairs nnd snltl ho hnd been nc-
cusctl of using hnrsh words tho day be
fore. If ho hnd dono so, he had not
been nwnre of them. Ho generally
spoko his mind nnd sometimes tho
facts mnde lnngungo nppe.tr hardi. It
any present considered he had 1 scd
harsh words In tho heat of discussion,
ho heartily offered nn apology. Ho did
to others ns he wished other to do un
In conclusion, snltl Mr. Jdnes, there
was a mornl responsibility connected
with this matter. Ho cited tho rases
of tho Knumnkapllt churcn, which had
been burned by accident and tho enso
ot tho injury dono the Kawalahno
church, for which tho Doaid ot Health
had already paid $1,800. Uoth caves
had been without consent of the trus
tees, Bhould not both be paid for? He
was only a plain business man and
did not enro two rnps for tho legnl
phnscs, but ho thought thnt the moral
quality ot tho action demanded that
payment should be mado In both
Tho secretary then read tho original
resolution of Mr. Achl nnd tho substi
tutes offered by Messrs. Bolto and Ken
nedy. Mr. Kennedy's substitute was put to
n vote nnd lost.
Mr. Dolto's substitute wns cnrrlcd,
only three voting In tho negative
Thcso wero Kennedy, ttobcrtson snd
Adjourned nt 4:40 p. m.
DRAIN OFF THE BACTERIA
IraprovdiKDts Made Id Plumbing of
the Judiciary Building.
Promptly Attended To -Dr. Garvin Does Not
Anticipate An; Particular Dangtr Drain
ing From (be Laboratory.
Wednesday morning plumbers began
work at tho Judiciary building to com
plcto tho connection ot the drain plprs
from tho sinks ot tho bacteriological
and food departments with the cess
pool In tho rear of tho building. Upon
Inquiry it was learned there was ample
reason for tho work, ns tho pipe lending
from the sink of tho bacteriological
department had been emptying upon
tho ground under tho door slnco and
before tho plague began, nbout Decem
ber 12th last.
When the Food department was es
tablished tho nmount of drnlnago was
small nnd wns counteracted by tho
lnrgo nmount ot sulphuric ncld dh
charged nlmost dally. When the bac
teriological department wns transfer
red from Knllhl the same arrangement
wns used without Inquiry, and so con
tinued until discovery wns mnde by Dr.
Prntt In tho dlschargo of his duties
us sanitary building Inspector. Th?
mnttcr, upon ills complaint, was nt
onco Inquired Into by Dr. Garvin,
Executive Officer of tho Hoard of
henlth, who gave orders to Mr. Howell
to have tho necessary Improvements
Immediately made to abate tho danger.
Dr. Carvln was seen this morning by
a representative ot tho Bulletin and
stated the facts as nbovo given. He
ndded thnt ns soon ns he lenrned tho
truth ho hnd acted, but, after thorough
Investigation, thought the danger hnd
been overcstimntcd. "I Bnw Dr.
Camp," Bald Dr. Garvin, "before he
knew the drain emptied upon tho
ground and he assured me tho sink and
drain had been disinfected twice each
day with carbolic acid, slnco the be
ginning ot tho plague. I think thero
will bo very, llttlo danger, but at tho
samo tlmo tho steps now being taken
will do away with nny further menace.
Dr. Garvin admitted thnt tho connec
tion with tho cesspool bnck ot the
building would only remove the dnngcr
of one Infected spot to another, but
said that the cesspool could bo easily
disinfected. If needed. He doubted very
much whether any Infected mnttcr hnd
yet passed the drain, other than tho
wash water from tho cover glasses of
prepared microscopical specimens.
Everything else ho had been Informed,
and believed, had been destroyed by
$500,000 FOR PEARL HARBOR
New York, April S. A (-pedal to tho
Trlbnno from Washington Bays-
The naval authorities want Pearl
harbor, which they regard ns tho most
Important post of the United States In
tho Pacific, mnde available without
further delay, nnd nn appeal will bo
mnde to Congress In a few days to
nuthorlzo tho necessary Improvements.
Tho board, which ban been studying
plans tor tho most effective nnd ;co
uomical utilization ot tho harbor, con
sisting of Admiral Darker, captain 11.
C. Taylor, tho leading strategist ot tho
Bcrvlco; Coininandc.Totld, tho naval
iiytirographcr; i.tcutinai!. Ohapln. In
charge of coaling stations, nnd Civil
Engineer Hosseau, hns completed Itr.
work nnd recommends the purchase of
certain Innds Inelde tho harbor for a
naval repair plant, dockynrd and store
house, ns well ns sites for the erection
of defensive works.They fnvor tho Im
medlate expenditure of $500,000, which,
with tho money already .ipproprlnted
for dredging, will mnko tho harbor ac
cessible, nnd provide nil the laud re
quired for further improvements.
Pearl harbor Is the only harbor wor
thy of the niitne In the Hawaiian lroup,
the other landing places, Including that
nt Honolulu, being utterly Indefensibly
against nn enemy. Thcro Is not sufu
clcnt room nt Honolulu nt present for
tho merchant vcscls trading nt the
port, nnd no Innd Is available for na
vnl purposes beyond a small coal
wharf. For military purposes tho Ha
waiian group Is regarded as a menace
to tho United States In time of wnr
until Penrl harbor can be entered and
used nB a rendezvous for wnnditps, and
tho term "key of the Pnciflo" Is wholly
Inapplicable to the Islands until a sta
tion thero Is well fortified end provid
ed with appliances to maintain n fleet
MUCH NEGATIVE BUSINESS
Tlie GoTerament Has Serirel
Ends Lylog Aroaod.
IIOGAN DIDN'T GO.
A very cnrclcss plcco of blasting was Uvea near tho Chlneao Y
This prlnclplo had been long
fornlan nnd Oresonlan. each of 8.500 , '."H """"" "u" ,'"
. i ,,. ,..,i nn,.. i,iill.lln'Cii. iiuiuuiiD wciu uiw. ;-
."'S'T. .-i. X n'n "n n3 without compensation. Tho cases of
under Lloyd's Inspection at Itoach'a
and tho Union Iron Works. Thcso
teumers will bo ot tho highest cargo
typo, with all modern equipment and
cargo handling devices.
Tho company has leased a now cov
ered pier at Ilush's Stores, South
Brooklyn, C20 feet lnnd and 100 feet
wldo .whero freight will be received ut
11 times by lighters or in cars, them
belnc n car transfer servlco
trncks on tho pier, nnd trucking via
South Brooklyn Ferry, foot of White
hall Btrect, New York, with ferriages
tho samo as to Brooklyn. H. Hackfeld
& Co. Ltd., nro agents for Honolulu,
and Tlico. H. DavicB & Co., Ltd., for
accidental burning In Chinatown ho
thought lawful because tho original
fires lighted were lawful. It was a
misfortune, but ho held thero was no
legal liability dovolvlng on tho Board
or Government. He could seo no rea
son for a Court ot Claims.
Thcro wero othor casei whero goods
had been spoiled by fumigation, or tle-
' .1.1. stroved nersonalty. or lost It In
"I1" . .!. 1 !... 1.1 l.n .iin.liiiil
bucil caaea mu luaa diiuiuu uu ivtMut-u.
These cases, however, we ffw nnd
could bo settled best by tha Legisla
ture. Ho wns also opposol to tho In
discriminate payment of claims for
losses. Ho did not think the payment
of the poor or ne.'dy should lie turned
Into sentiment and control tho situa
tion. He then wont over the ground
of Wednesday's dhuuMlon In detail,
pointing out whero ho disagreed vlth
Ho did not ngro with cither jesn
done this morning by tho Japancso
workmen excavating for tho now block
of E. O. Hall & Sons nt tho corner ot
King nnd Fort streets. At twenty
minutes to 11 o'clock four blasts were
set oft. Tho first, which had been put
In nt nn nuglo of nbout forty-flvo do
grces and Improperly covered, throw
a shower of debris mixed with coral
fragments Into tho air, falling all
around tho corner In front of Hobron's
drug store. A largo number of per
sons wero passing at tho tlmo or cross
ing tho street sovernl of whom wero
narrowly missed. One old lady who
was crossing tho street to the drug
store Just escaped being struck on tho
head with n plcco or coral woigntng
two pounds and sufficient to hnvo
crushed her skull.
Antics of ii Native.
Henry Ulll wns nrrostod Tuesday on
tho chnrgo of malicious injury. The.
complainant was a native lauy wno
M. C. A. on
Ernest Hogan nnd the members ot
his minstrel troupo were forbidden paa
sago to Vancouver aboard the Miowera
last night although they nil had
tnrough tickets and had complied with
all tho regulations In connection with
their departure. Naturally they wero
very much angered and n suit for
damages against tho steamship com
pany with Attorney McClanahan at tho
helm, will surely result.
T. llaln Walker ot Thco. H. Da vies
& Co., agents tor the C.-A. S. S. Co.,
was seen this morning and, In response
to n question answered: "Tho Mio
wera could not accommodate the mins
trel troupe. As to tho matter ot a color
lino, hinted at In this morning's paper,
there Is absolutely nothing In It. Didn't
n steamer ot the same line bring them
Mr. Walker was asked other ques
tions but he answered again that ac
commodations could not be furnished.
Bcrctanla street. Sho chimed that,
whllo preparing to rvtlro Saturday
night, Ulll rodo Into hur house ami
room on n mulo. She shouted "haul
In" when the natlvo Jumped from tho
mulo and ran away, leaving tho ani
mal In tho mltldlo of tho room.
In tho Police Court yeatcrd'iy fore
noon tho enso ngaliuit Ulll wan nollo
A FIGHT IN KALIIII.
Higher wOiirt Items.
Edward Kekon has filed n motion, nn
nffltlnvlt nnd Issues of fact In his con
test of Mrs. Holokahlkl's will.
Evidence in tho Carson-Claudlno
collision caso was concluded yesterday
nftcrnoon. Judgo Sllllman has yet to
Judgo Sllllman this morning heard
tho Manoa valley water controversy
between two Cnincso farming compan
ies. Peterson for complainant; Hob
ertson & Wilder for defendant.
Co. F'h Election.
Thoio was nn exceptionally good
turnout of tho members of Co. F at tho
drill shed last night to elect olflceia to
servo during tho ensuing year. Lieut
Sum Johnson wns unnu'.moiudy elected
cnptnln and Sergeant Short was mado
first lieutenant.. First, Sergcnut Wlrud
was elected second llbuu-nuut. After
tho election, tho boys settled down to n
good tlmo, drinking tho health of tho
newly elected officers, singing, dancing
nnd listening to speiehcd by Major
Zlegler nnd Captain Hcliticfur.
Thoro was a bad fight between a Chl
nnmnn nnd n nntlvo nt tho Nakuinn
place In Kullhl between 3 nnd 1 oVIock
yestcrdny nfternoon. Both men nrc
employes nt tho plnce, the natlvo being
tho tuna ot a gang ot Clilno.su of which
tho Chinaman is u member.
The natlvo accused tho Chinaman of
selling some grans to a white woman
nnd remonstrated with him for so do
ing because this wns tho property of
tho NnkulnnR. Tho Chinaman did not
tnko tho reprimand kindly, particular
ly slnco Mrs. Nnkulnn's daughter also
took occasion to "call him down."
Thero was n dispute and soon tho na
tive and Chinaman wero engaged In a
light. Tho latter picked up n fifteen
pound rock nnd, throwing lt, hit U10
nntlvo In the head, rutting .1 deep gash.
This ended tho light nnd the Chlun
man was nrri'sted. Tho caso will come
up on Saturday.
toe Bow Wong Contrortrsy -N) WasDlDtfoi
News - Nothing N-w Ab.ut Court
No further nctlon has been takes
by the Executive Council with regard
to the Court of Clnlras. Therrforo. un
less tho Council of State put up nom
now muBlc, there will bo no discord on
that score nt this afternoon's session.
Councillor P. C. Jones called nt the
Executive chnmbors nn hour before
tho meeting of tho Council of State
A special meeting ot the Executive
Council wns held this morning, to give
another nudlcnco to tho Bow Wong
Protective Association charter contro
versialists. W. It. Castle and W. A.
Henshnll ngnln addressed tin Govern
ment on behalf of the applicants, while
Paul Neumann appeared for the op
position. Consul Pin nnd Vice Consul
Wong Qwal wero In attendance No
decision Is in sight.
Another mall has nrrtved with no
word, good, bad or Indlfforent, from
Washington to tho Government
Nothing hns been dono yet aboat
filling tho two vacancies on the Board
Thla afternoon Attorney General
Cooper Is giving an nudlcnco to Droth
or Bertram, J. F. Eckardt and others
representing St. Louis College. It in
probably with rcfcrcnco to opening i
tho quarantine fences on the principal'
approach to tho Institution.
HARRY EVANS RESIGNS.
Captain Harry Evans tudiy kaadetl
In his resignation to Marshal Brown na
head ot the water front police. Evans
has become sole owner In tho stevedore
business In which he and Rudolph Dun
can wero partners and finds that there
Is too much work to allow him to re
tain his position on tho police forcv.
Mnrshal Brown has accepted the resig
nation but has not picked out a suc
cessor as yet.
Captain Evans came to the Islands In
18S7 nnd went Into the employ of the .
InUr-Island Co., serving two years o
tho W. O. Hall. Ho remained with tie
company until 1E93 when he went o
tho police force, remaining there nntll
today. His work as a polico officer has
always been of the very oost and he
has never failed to give satisfaction to
his superiors In whatever work he hap
pened to bo assigned.
9 1 fc
Met Dr. Frledlncnder.
Prof. Kocbclo met Dr. Frcldlaader,
the German traveler who was the
pioneer visitor to the Mokuaweoweo
eruption of 189G, In tho Orient. He had
sustained the great nflllctlon of having
to bury his brother, who died of dys
entery In India. Dr. Frlodlandcr'a
scientific collection had greatly In
creased since hu left Hawaii.
Suit Over Yucht.
W. B. McLean, Arthur Giles, D. L.
'Conkllng. E. Bcrndt nnd Otto Itcrr.dt
br his next friend E. Bemdt vs. Cfcns. I
I). Walker, replevin, win no men in lutlon or tho substitute! onercu una
tho Circuit Court today. HobcrUun & thought tho opposition to tha Govern
Wilder for plaintiffs. I ment was weak, lie did not bellovo
It Is claimed by tho plaintiffs that that business men, slttlns In their
tlio yacht Leowa of which they in u tho offices, could sift tho evidence nnd
. rightful owners, was built by Walker Wccd out thoso cla'nH which Miould
and that tho Bum of $50 wns duo to not bo paid. Every claim must be enre
tho defendnnt when ho took tho yacht fully cxnmlned; this could not bo done
to his homo on King Btieot. jn nn Informnl way. All this required
Tho plalntlffB further claim that they n ,,et of rules snob ns was provided
told Walker ho would hnvo to repair by tho Court of Clalmi. The opptml
certnln leaks In tho boat hoforo ho ic- hlon should prcucrt bomcthlng tansl-
(celved the $50. ThlB tho defendnnt re- bio that could bo worknil out. Ho
fused to do and took tho yiu-iit away thought most of tnls dcinnnd for nn
without their knowing anything 11I out
It, They aro now bringing suit to re
covers their property.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tnko Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund tho money M It
falls to euro. E. W. Orovo's algnaturo
la on ouh box. 2C ecntB.
early payment ot claims camo from In
tcrcsted persons, 'inc: matter, How
ever, ho thought should ho referred to
tho Legislature, who alono coujd pro
vldo tho money for payment. Ho
thought Councllon hnd change! their
minds. Ho mon'.loncd Messrs. Achl
nnd Jones, but ttvj latter emphatically
denied tho Impeachment.
Auction tlu Flrnt Menfe.
Mnnnger F. J. Cross of tho Wlrclcxj
telegraph company proposes to put nt
miction tho first telegraphic- messago
received In Honolulu from Hawaii by
means of tho new system. Tho money
paid by tho highest bidder to bo turned
over to such public charity ns tho pur
chaser may designate.
CORSETS CO CENTS.
Wear n nlco SUMMER CORSET and
you will bo always cheerful nnd com
fortnblo In all your movements. Iwn
kaml, Hotel street.
Rita Cunha Towksbuty has filed a pe
tition for dlvorco against Irving Q.
Towksbury, for deu'tlcn and (allure
to support. They wero married In Ho
nolulu October 18, 1S84, and lived to
gether hero until November 22, 188U.
The wlfo nsserts that Bho was deserted
In San Francisco white visiting that
city with her husband nbout May 25,
lS'Jl. Thero nro two daughters or the
marrlnge. Tho hualiind wiib store
keeper In tho Honolulu custom house,
but has lived In San Francisco for over
Day and Night cusses
cowan and harris
Rooms 11-11. jrd Floor ( t,M-tP.M.
HOUR I :i-fl:)o P. M
Twelfth Clenn Dny.
Secretary Hendry "pointed with
prldo" to Dr. Wood's chart ut noon
and announced thnt tho twelfth clean
day without a case of plaguo was more,
than half over. Up to 2 o'clock It had
not been decided whether a meeting of
tho Board of Henlth would bo hold
this nftcrnoon or not.
Ono or two houses of tho tlty finding
lt hard to get their bills to debtors
through sonio reason or othor, have
taken to tho very novel schemo of
registering their monthly accounts so
thnt thcro can bo no question as to the
receipt of tho samo by pcoplo to whom
hev are sent.
T. McCants Stewart complains bit
terly, on behalf of the Kullhl League
deputation, of having mot n frost ut
public health hcadquartcrn. Ho ullcgos
thnt Dr. Garvin, tho executlvo oilleer,
failed to keep his appointment with
them for 3:30 o'clock yesterday Being
busy men they did not tnko tills breach
agreeably. Tho subject of the intended
conforonco was tho Leaguo's dcslro to
have Knllhl connected with tho fcower
ngo Bystcm ot Honolulu.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
Tho polico nro nfter r. Japanese who
Is suspected of having been Implicated
In n recent murder nt Kahuku plnnto-
tlon on tho other Bide of this Island.
Ono of tho men, Mcltki by name, is al
ready In Honolulu. His en so has been
set for Saturday to glvj th police 11
chance to run down tho other man bo
that tho two can bo tried together. In
caso ho cannot bo found, Melda will be
We have ihc- in t bdthfac
tory SHOES right in hand
now, for thissprinij walking
that we have ever offered at
Tho men In charge of tho rubbish
burning ut Knknnko, thought they hnd
struck n corner of tho Boer war or n
Hawaiian revolution. Whllo tho rub
bish wns burning n regulir fusllade
started. This wns found to have Its
source In a box of loaded ride cart
ridges that had been thrown Into tho
rubbish. No ono was ML
Tho medals for the Y. M. C. A. con
test arrived yesterday ond are on view
at Pearson & Potter's.
This shoe has been made to
the times it's a reliable shoe
for little money.
Manufacturers' Shoo Co.