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Vol. VIII. No. 1505
HONOLULU, H. I.. TTREDAY, A PHIL 13, WOO
PttlOh ft NTH
CALM AFTER THE STORM
NEW INTER-bLAND STEAMER
CITAHON FOR CONTEMPT
PaUaHI STRUM' PEOPLE
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Int Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 870.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, qj and 134 01
the toco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
t road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles1
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
Snd Prize, 8lncr Sewing Ma
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 cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Thl
machine will be fumUhed by B. Ber
tfersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd 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 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be 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.
). Subscriptions should be sent In as
won as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
tubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.co per year,
ttjoo for three months; strictly In advance.
MAY TIE LP MIOWERA.
SANITARY PLUMBING PUSH
Master Plumbers Will Meet Board of
John Holt Considers Action Futile Without
Legislation -Conference With Minister
ol Ihe Interior.
With Ballast Trimmed tbe Ship of
State Luffs Off Shore.
Pilot Cooper Keeps Iter Head Off Conslllu-
tlonal Rett Tbe Pumps-All Right
Hospital Stores Jetllsonid.
Inero was another conference of
master plumbers with tho Minister of
tho Interior this morning.
Tho plumbers will confer with tho
Doard of Health at 3 o'clock this af
ternoon. John Nott, a member of tho Council
of Stato and ono of tho oldest ntnbtcr
plumbers of Honolulu, being asked If
he was at tho meeting, rcplleJ in the
ncgatlvo nnd said ho would have noth
ing to do with tho matter at tho pres
"The Hoard or Health cannot legis
lato for tho future," said Air. Nott.
"It may make rules for tho plague sit
uation whllo that lasts, but theio la no
law existing as a basis for regulating
tho plumbing business.
"This point camo out on the Horn In
serted In tho appropriation bill, of $G,
000 for a sanitary plumbing Inspector.
When tho question was askod an to
what law tho money should bo expend
ed under. It had to bo answered that
thore was no law on tho subject.
'In n short time tho lioaid of
Health's authority In the matter will
end, nnd nothing to control tho plumb
ing business would then hivo nny
forco or effect until tho LcghUttiro
passed a general law on tho subjoct."
Miss Craft at War.
Newspaper circles aro delighted at
tho prospect of a pen nnd Ink duel
between tho editors of two rival Sun
day papers. Bailey Millard, who faith
fully keeps tho Sunday Examiner up
to a high standard of yellowness, has
fallen foul of Mabel Claro Craft, who
presides over tho sober hued Chroni
cle Both of these gifted people are
nerfectlv well ablo to toko caro ol
themselves; tho other Journalists aro
simply concerned in keeping a clear
ring for tho combatants, eo that their
Ink may flow freely and in large quan
tities. Millard, so far, Is credited with
first ink. Ho revives tho charge that
tho fair Mabel is guilty of plagiarism
In her book Hawaii Nel, and also In an
artlclo about Mexico. Tho lady editress
has not yet replied, but sho may bo
looked for tomorrow, and may bo trust
ed to stab hard, with venomous pea
and acrid ink, when once sho lets down
her back hair. In tho meantime, whilst
nwnltlne sentence. Millard may claim
kudos for having added a now and most
cxprcsslvo word to tho Kngllsh lan
guage. Ho hints that any ono who may
daro to thwart tho win or tuo gentio
Mabel will bo subjected to a glrlcott."
S. F. News Letter.
John Eoa Will Order But Built at
Addition to Fietl Will Be Very Much Like
Mmni Da - Luge Frtlgbt
Capacity for S'w.
Tho Hogan minstrels have inadu ar
rangements with the Orphoum com
pany to play an additional four weeks'
engagement at half rates. Tho Oceanic
Steamship Co. has offered to tako the
wholo company steerage on tho Aus
tralia but tho minstrel peoplo lntuid ro
remain hero and fight for tho caso
which Is to bo Instituted by them
against tho agents for tho Mlowora.
Tho suits, twenty-nlno In nil, nnd ag
gregating over half a million dollars
In damago claims, will probnblv bo
filed on Tuesday for tho May tuna and
a very warm tlmo Is exposal.
Spenklng of tho matter today, ono ol
tho members of the troupe said: ' Tho
agents say It was not discrimination
but wo say It was nothing else. Of
course, tho captain was iho piinclpnl
mover and tho agents had to tuck him
"Wo know Just how many passengers
there wero nboard and It Is folle lo say
thoro weru no nccommoda'lons. 't has
been positively learned that iheiu woro
only threo steerage passengers. When
told thero wero no stccrngo W'ouir.in
dations, wo offered to vvalvo nil rights
to our through tickets and pay gold
for twenty-nlno or nny number has
cabin passago tickets. Wo wkib icfi'3cl
"Captain Hemming nuulo his ono big
mistake when ho took tho Mill teen
rabln passengers nnd lofused lo tako
us. If that wan not discrimination, I
Klvo It up.
"If wo aro granted Judgment by tho
court tho Mlowera on her next tilp to
Honolulu will bo seized im tied up.
Wo mean to fight this thing to a fin
Tho marriage of Miss Flovemo Kel
gey of Oahu Collego and 8. 1 French,
principal of tho l'unanou i'reparaiory
School, took placo at tho homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. It. Castle, Klnuii and Vic
toria streets, at 4 p. m. ye3ter.iav, the
Rev. W. M .KIncald of Centril Union
church officiating. Thero wno no best
man. Tho bridesmaids wero M!bs
Beatrice Castlo and MIs3 Helen Low
rcy. Tho newly married couplo vent
to Nlnlko, tho country homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Fred Lowroy, for n short
honeymoon. Thero wero some siuy
peoplo present at tho weddlnij.
Knunl Shipping Notes.
Tho Kcnuhou that arrived from Ka
uai this morning, brought Iho follow
ing report of sugar nt mo varlona
plantations: "Dlumond" W., :i,000
bags: V. K 3,000: K. P. M.. 17,000;
M. H. K.t 2O.G00: McB.. G.GOO; M. H. Co..
28.000; I,. P.. 44,000, nnd II. M., 1G.O0O.
Totnl of 182,300 bags sugar, l'ho Jumps
Mnkco was at Anahola and U10 W. O.
Hall nt Nawlllwlll yesterday nttcr
noon. Tho Nllhau was nt Kolo.i. Ha
namuulu mill has not resume 1 grind
ing, nnd weather all over Kauai.
Olivier Still Going North.
London, April 2. Tho Times has tho
following from Mafeklng, Basutoland,
dated Friday, March 30. General Oil
vlcr has Just passed Jnmmersberg
Drift with two hundred mi'ii, four guns
and SOO wagons. Tho column, which
oxtrnded thirty miles, was accompani
ed by many women and children.
There wero present at tho Council of
State yesterday afternoon ut roll call
President Dole, Ministers Mott-Smlth,
Young, Damon and Cooper, nnd Coun
cilors Iscnberg, Jones, Allen, Ena,
Achl. Clonsalvcs, Nott, Kaulukou, Ka
ne, Kennedy and Hobtnson.
Tho session Illustrated tho scriptural
text, "And thero was a great calm,"
tho proceedings being of tho naturo of
tho doldrums after tho stormy pass
ages of days Just passed.
The minutes of tho previous meeting
were rend and approved.
An item for water works In Act 2
was substituted by ono of $8,100 there
in for running expenses high lift pump
nt Berotanla street, nnd another of $1,
800 for payroll of samo In Act 3.
An Item for $0,000 for sanitary
plumbing Inspectors wns Insertcl In
An amendment to section 2 of Act
.t, making payments lawful to Decem
ber 31, 1901, Instead of to March 31,
1902, recommended by comnilttc. va3
discussed Informally and passed.
Mr. Cooper nnswered a iiertllon of
Mr. Achl about officers who, during tho
plnguo suppression, recclvad more pay
than tho pro rata of tho limit In the
appropilatlon bill, viz., equal to the
larger of two salaries whero ono is
$1,800 or over. It wns held not fair to
hold officers down to tho limit lor tem
porary services dono In overtime.
Tho sum of appropriations In Act
3, salaries and payrolls, Is $495,316 82.
Verbal amendments having bcou
mado to Acts 2 and 3, the latter passed
Mr. Cooper reported on tho Item of
J25.000 for tho Hosnltal for Incurables.
Thero wa3 nothing In tho constitution
or laws to nrcvent tho Lcglsl turo f 1 om
passing th oltem. It was objoctlon-
nblo. however, on account of Its In-
deflnltcness. If It passed, a condition
should bo passed to mako tho Insti
tution non-sectarian. Tho Attorney
General called attention to tho clause
In tho constitution nuthorlzlns ap
propriations by tho Council of Stato,
particularly limitations as to tho na
turo of appropriations. Tho question
was ono for tho Council to decide ac
cording to tho constitution. Ho also
called nttentlon to President McKln
Icv'b tclecrnm. deciding ngalnst a meet
ing of tho Legislature. It was doubtful
If this Item belonged to tho appropria
tions contemplated by President Mc
Klnlcy. However, It was not for the
Attorney General to glvo a dcllnito rul
ing. Mr. Jones moved, seconded by Mr.
Achl, that tho Item bo stricken out.
Both gentlemen wero In sympathy with
tho object, but doubted tho power of
maKlng mo appropriation. f. iuuub
was of tho samo mind.
Mr. Cooper explained that ho had
not lecommended strlk'ug tho Item
out, but left It to tho Council with 11
caution. ,, m
Mr. Allen reminded tho Council of
tho conditions ho attached to tho Item
when moving for Its Insertion In Act
4, that tho money wns only to bo paid
when tho endowment fund was raised.
Mr. Damon And tho Institution In
corporated. Tho Item was otnie'c out, only
Messrs. Allen nnd Kaulukou voting for
An Item of 510,000 for a morguo In
Act 4 was dUjusjul. Tho committee
recommended a mo-o central place
Mr. Kennedy did not want It at
Tho President thought a wooden
building might In deemed preferable
to ono of stono or Inloic, n It might he
desirable nt tlniH to burn such n
Mr. Allen told of the riilllcultliM of
obtaining a site whero the morguo
would not bo offensive to a lidghlur
hood. Tho icpoit of tin' committed w.ib
Mr. IscnbPig moved, ucconded by
Mr. Jones, that tho title and litoiary
bectlons of Act I bo ruf cried to tho
Judiciary committee. Can led.
Adjourned at 1:05 till Monday nt .1
One Link in Iotermluablo Ch tin of Liti
gation on Ftllpa Estate.
SsllUnrut of Djwsell Estate -D'murrer if
Jessie K. Kaae - Finale In Bank
ruptcy cl S. Enrllch.
For many months past tho Inter-
Island Co. has had occasion to notion
tho great need for more boats to keep
up with tho over Increasing sugar
trade, particularly between tho Island
of Kauai and Honolulu. Tho stcamrrs
of the company havo been Jespntchtd
with as much rapidity ns possible In
order to prevent unnecessary piling up
of sugar on tho Garden Isle.
Notwithstanding this fact tho stc.un
crs havo been unablo to copo with tho
situation. Tho last steamer from Kauai
brought the news of 1CO.U01 bags of
sugar at tho various plantations with
this amount being added to very rapid
ly. Realizing this state of affair tho
directors of the I. I. S. N. Co. met at
tho main offlco of tho company yes
terday forenoon and decided to scud !u
an order for a new steamer ns soon
John Ena, president of tho com
pany, who will leave 30111 for the
Coast, was empowered to do tho order
ing. It seems that somo communii'a
tion relating to tho new boat has al
ready been going on for It haj been
learned that Hall Bros., tho bulldets cf
the Maunn Loa nnd other steamers of
the fleet, are unable, on account of ex
cess of work, to think of building tho
new boat. Tho contract will thercfoio
go to Hay & Wright or somo r.f tho
Although tho general plan of tho
steamer has been decided on tho de
tails will bo left to Mr. Ena. The new
boat will bo vcr much llko tho Mauua
Loa. Although a llttlo smaller hho
will havo about tho samo carrying
capacity as the steamer mentioned. Her
passenger accommodations will bo
somewhat sacrificed for tho sako of
Thero will bo a lighter cnglno In ll.i
new steamer than In tho Maunn Loa
and, in placo of two boilers, there will
be but one. No limit of price to h'i
paid has been set. This will bj left to
tho discretion of Mr. Hna. It Is stipu
lated, however, that the steamer must
bo finished and delivered In Honolulu
during tho present year.
John Nicholas Ana and Antoi.o
Nicholas Ana by their nttoimys,
Humphreys & Andrews, niovo lor ai
oider to A. S. Cleghorn, administrator
of tho will of Antono Felipe, olrcctln
Speaking about tho matter of a .sit
for tho former denizens of Pauahi
street this morning Marshal Brown had
t following to say:
"It will bo remembered that I iiad
decided on Anla, opposite tho '). M. &
L. depot as n suitable place somo time
ago. Since tho publication of this in
tho Bulletin I have had protests from
St. Louis College, Kamclnmchi school,
Palama chapel and a largo number of
residents of the vicinity agahut the
segregation of the dlsrcpuMblo women
"Tho pressure was so went I was
forced to look for another location. Tho
most favorable spot found 1.0 far Is
Iwllcl, but I do not bcllovo that !o-
hlm to show causa why bo should not 1 entity will bo n good one.
bo held to bo In contempt of tontt for "In the first place It Is quito n dls
neglecting nnd lefusing to pay Into ; tnnco awny from the pollco sta. Ion ?nd
court icrtnlii moneys ordciud to bo this fact would bo conducive to a groat
paiu oy doer co or Judge Stanley on . many lights and cutting dcr.tpca or tno
Mr. Chnrlcs L. Wight, president of
WIldor'B Steamship Company, Is ac
cepting congratulations today upon his
engagement of marringo with Miss
LI tn, Wilder, daughter of M. and Mrs,
John K. Wilder.
The Knliunn Worked.
A short tlmo ago thero was a cisa In
tho Pollco Court In which .1 uatlvo man
nnd woman, charged with larceny and
a whlto man who lias been lighting the
plague as an employe at tho morguo In
Knkaao, appeared as tho piluripals.
Tho whlto man stated that l:u had tuK
on tho natives Into tho nouso and
treated them with drinkables. While
asleep ho was relieved of 370. Hu lost
his caso In tho Pollco Couit but, noth
ing daunted, obtained tho 301 vices of a
kahuna nnd was very much uuipiiscd
to havo all but $10 of his money re
turned to him yesterday. Tho woman
hail taken tho money nnd put It in iho
hands of n kahuna for safo keeping
Tho kahuna employed by tito whlto
man Is considered to bo higher in tho
art and succeeded In bluffin,; Kuhtini
No. 1 Into giving up tho money.
July 15, 1899. An affidavit of Heniy
Smith, clerk of the Judicury depatt-
mcut, is attached to the motion, show
ing the Hum ordered to be paid as S3 120
with legal Interest from January 23,
1897, and costs.
The difficulty Is a link In a chain of
trouble beginning In the dim past. Mr.
Cleghorn ns administrator hnmlpd icr
tho property to W. It. Oadtlo as attor
ney for tho heir, a woman ancestor of
tho present complainants, but ho did
not get his dlschargo ns 'tdmlnlstra
tor. Tho client of Mr. Castlo changed
her lawyer for tho Into Anton.) Itosi,
to whom Mr. Castlo turned over the
proporty. It appears the heirs havo
never got It, henco this suit.
Mr. Cleghorn to savo himself sues
Mr. Castle, who In turn Invokes Judi
cial authority to mako Rosa's estate
pay over tho residue. Thero are there
fore three main litigations, with sev
eral cmollarlvs probably, pending to
settle the estnte of Antonc Felipe. Tho
complicated affair rccallB the faldo of
tho old woman who had to summon
dog, stick, Are, cow, rope, etc., to aid
her In getting a pig homo from market.
Judgo Sllllman has Bignod an onlor
discharging John M. Dowsed as ad
ministrator of the cstato of tho Into
Jas. I. Dowsett, who (lies tecelpts for
distribution or tho amount remaining
In his hands from these entitled per
sons: Phocbo -M. Raymond, Mary
Parish, Annie Brcnham, Alexander
Dowsett, David A. Dowsett, Rovvona
Dowsett, Samuel Dowsett, icsldlug at
Honolulu; Elizabeth J. Paikor, San
Francisco; Marlon C. Dowsett, Gene
vlevo Dowsett, minors, San Jose, Cat.;
tho cstato of Edward Dowsett; all thoso
nnmea being thoso of children nnd each
share being $415.04; and Madellno and
Annlo Dowsett, grandchildren, having
ono shnro between them. The cstjio In
tho main Is Incorporated, tho heirs
holding the shares.
Jessie K. Kaae by her attorney, T.
McCants Stewart, demurs to tho Mil
In cipilty to cancel a de:d brought
against her by A. K. nnd isIIot K.
A01111, on tho ground that plaintiffs
have a sufficient remedy at law. The
suit was brought becauso tlu lonsuler
ntlon of $2200 for tho land deeded had
nut been paid.
In V. Vasconcellos vs. .Ins. Dodd an
order bus been mndo by Judgo Sllll-
ninn, substituting Dodd s executors as
defendants. This Is on a stipulation
between J. M. Vivas and Geo. A. Da
vis, the respective attorneys for tho
J. F. Hackfcld accounts as nujigneo
of S. Elu lleh wero approved and ho
discharged by Judgo Sllllman. Kin
noy, Ballon & McClanalmn for netl
tloncr; no contestant. A flMt dividend
of 25 per cent was paid by tho asitenco
nnd ho has n balance of nlmut 100 now
C. V. l'eteihon for plaintiffs und Rob
ertson & Wilder for dofi'iidunts iiro
helping Judgo Sllllman lo Ijpup Good
Friday In tho hearing, now on t!io third
day, of u water contiovorsy hotwren
CnlncHc parties In Ma 110:1.
kind that used to happen on Pauahi
street at Intervals.
"Again, the location Is no far away
from town that tho peoplo who fre
quent thoso kind of places will not go
out generally and the first thing we
know, the women, Instead of remaining
In their houses, will bo coming Into
"The problem of n sultaldo location
Is a knotty ono which I do not bclicvn
can bo nettled right nway."
GOOD-BYE TO THE WORLD.
A whiTo man very much under the
Influence of Intoxicants, wai nrrcnlcd
Inst night nnd upon his person wna
found n letter signed by tho man him
self nnd stntlng that ho bud onia to
tho realization drink was too much for
him. Rather than be a drunkard all
his life ho had como to tho conclusion
ho had better be dead. Tho authori
ties wero asked to cremato his body
nnd vvrlto to his brother In Now York.
Ho would undoubtedly send monoy to
defray all expenses.
Evidently that part of tho etter was
written during a despondent mood.
On tho same sheet of paper Is written
n toast to "Woman" whlcn shows nn
altogether different mood.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon tho
defendant pleaded guilty to tho charge
of drunkenness and was fined tho usual
In the Police Court.
Judgo Wilcox held court for about
ten minutes this forenoon indur rath
er peculiar circumstances. Thero was
no prosecuting officer and no ilorlc bo
tho cases of drunkenness were called
off and Attorney C. F. Chllllngworth
volunteered to act as clerk.
When tho cases of aovoral drunks
had been read off Deputy Maisbal
Chllllngworth camo In breathless. He
had been Informed by a oollco oniccr
that court wns going on. Both his own
clerk nnd others nt tho pollco station
had heard from Judgo Wilcox that
there would be no court on account of
this being Good Friday.
At all events, tho cases of drunken
ness were settled nnd tho otberi went
over until tomorrow.
Certificates of Burial.
Kahananu, Hawaiian female, 17
porltonltU, post moitcm by Dr. Hod
niiinn, Beach road makal of 1I10 Gov
Lulu Sheldon, half whlto, female, 9.
months, croup, Iwllel, Ewa mdo of
Mr. Dcsky Returning.
C. S .Deaky will return in tho China
this afternoon. It is expected he will
have a good deal of tho Paculc Heights
electric railway material on boird tho
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablet?.
All druggists refund tho monoy if It
falls to euro. E. W. Orovo's slgnaturo
Is on ench box. 25 cents.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
COWAN AND HARRIS
ROOMS ii-i, 3rd Floor f 9 A, M 4 P. M.
Hours I ?.i 9 10 p m
New Mcnt Delivery
On next Monday. Apill ltith, tho
Metropolitan Meat Co. will Jcgin a i.cvv
system of dellveiy and this morning
sent out circulars to custom is .ibMiik
New Dcnth CcrtlilcntcH.
Tho Board of Hcnlth Is lsauiiv? to
day 11 circular letter, signed by lir,
Wood, as Pifstdcnt, and nddichsed
that tho hystem bo given a fair til.tl tho physicians or tho islunils, winch
o deliveries 1 states: -1110 iiLconiiiaiijiiig n-.un cu
CORSETS 50 CENTS.
Wear 11 nlco SUMMER CORSET and
you will bo always cheerful and com
fortablo In nil your niovemcnU. Iwa
knnil, Hotel Btrcet.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUcs, nil shapes. H. F.
It Is nioposed to have tvv
dally, except Sunduys, ono bofuio noon
and nnothcr In tho afternoon. Tim
present telephonic system of oidetlug
will bo continued, but tho new oystfin
will nllow peoplo to select tliPh' own
cuts, which can bo sent by tho aflci
noon dellveiy. k
Dr. Hoffmann waB seen this inomliis
concerning tho negro, Tom Dovvman,
aged 53 years, who waB taken from tho
dilll shed camp yesterday. Tho doctor
Bald thero had been no question about
tho man from tho first; ha had lung
trouble, believed to bo pneumonia, und
would probably die.
Spilngfontcln, O. F. S., Tuesday,
April 3. Owing to Information that
tho Boers aro hovering In tho nelgl
borhood of tho railroad running from
this placo to Bloemfonteln, General
Gatacro Is preparing to tako vigorous
menBiircB to cono with nny attempt lo
cut off Lord Roberta' lino of communl
' cation at thnt point.
Todny'H Uonril Meeting.
Dr. J. S. B. Pintt, City Sattltuiy Offi
cer, will bu present nt tho mealing of
tho Board of Hcnlth this iftermion at
3 o'clock, when ho will submit critnm
pioposcd changes In tho simltsiv liihs
nnd reflations at urcHcnt '.11 force.
Tho suggestions of Dr. Piatt will bo
considered nnd piobnbly acted upon
today. An accumulation of loutlno
mnttciB will also bo taken up.
The Thirteenth Dy.
This Is tho "fatal thirteenth ' day,
rulllnu iinon what Is populaily known
as "unlucky Friday," but It Ih believed,
In Board of Health circles, that It will
pass without tho lccurrcnco r.f a case
of ploguo. Tho call physicians have
been out threo of four times dining the
dny, but thus far no suspicious cusps
have been repoi ted.
tlilentcs havo been lecently ndopled by
tho Board of Health In tho Interest of
moio complete statistics. Tho Board
haB aimed to nvold unneccsKiry details
and tcqucsts that you will (ill out tho
cntlie blank in every case. Under 'Plato
of Death' plcnso stnto tho locality sit,
lu'curutely as possible."
Tho now ceitlflcttto contnlns tho fol
lowing blanks to bo llllcd In- dite,
resident or non-resident, name, uge,
box, married or slnglo, nationality,
plnco of birth, death, with date, cause,
duration of lust Illness, consulting phy
sicians and the nnine of ntteudlng physician.
We- h.ive Ills nnt satisfac
tory SHOKS riRht in .hand
now, 'or thisipnnii walking
that we have ever offered at
1 his price
Trnnhport I'ort Stephens.
The United Stntes Tratihpoit Port
Stephens, Whitehead commander, 111
rlvcd In port at about 1:30 o'clock to
day, 23 days from Scattlo via Hllo.
Tho Port Stephens has a largo number
of cattlo aboard. Theso wero nil taken
nshoro at Hllo whero tho transport re
mained for eight days. Sho calls here
for coal and will probably remain In
port u couplo of days at least. The
Port Stophena Ih anchored off the Iim
This shoe has been made to
the times it's a reliable shoe
for little money.
Mannfacturoro' Shoo Co.
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