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Vol. VIJI. No. 1507
HONOLULU, H. I.. MONDAY. A PHIL 10 IMIl)
Pbiob 5 Ohntb.
The Bulletin offers to the -persons
who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, TO.
The winner of the it prize Is A liberty
to choose between rnodes 90, qi ana 94 01
the 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJcl 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pound.. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing it lbs , and
Modeloo a heavier road wheel, wt 34 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected trom the -stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co., egents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladU-s"
lodels, should the winner of 1st pi Ire be
tnd Prize, 6lncr Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize mav choose
between these three stvles of. ma. pines' i'
that with oscillating shuttle anJ top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
ton, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three .drawers. Thl
machine will be furnWied bv B. Bei
fiersen. sole agent fori the Hawaiian
Srd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x8, with Outfit, ......$40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and 1 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 LeMun
yon Photo-8upply Co., sole agents.
-th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 6 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It is to be
selected from the stock of the Beristrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
ust be observed :
All subscriptions must be prepaid at
three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions 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
toon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription 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: .oo per year,
'2.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
The Sixteenth Day.
The sixteenth day Is now ImiC over
without a caso ot plagun ami tin out
look la most eccournpng.
Tho fifteenth day, Sunday, was well
under way when Jack McVeigh receiv
ed a ahock. Ho came to tho Board
, ot Health office early and found the
bulletin board staring him In tho faco
with "One Caso." Jack was a "flyor"
for five minutes getting ready to run
the case down, when one of tlm boys
who couldn't bold In gave, him tho
"giggle" and Jack Is now looking for
the fellow who doctored tho bulletin
Change of Pastors.
Lahalnn, April 14. Itov. .1. At. Lewis
ot Walluku, has been In Molokuk this
week doing evangelical woik. Ho at
j1 tended a meeting of tho board uf inis
) tecs at Kaluanlia when tho boaid de
cided to request for tho loatgnntlon
of Rev. J. Mnnaso who has been pas
tor of tho old historic Kalunnha
church for many ycais. Kav. Mr. Kaal,
formerly at Kalaupapu lias been nskcd
by tho congregation to hecomo their
pastor, and ho has given his 1 inscnt
nnd will enter upon his pastoral du
ties next month.
NnniCH Gonbel'tt Murderer.
New York, April C Henry 13. Yout
sey, the Newport stenographer now un
der arrest for complicity In tho ussaas
" inatlon of Gocbcl, has, it Is said, wade
h complete confession jf lh) crlmo. He
charged that tho fatal ihot wan fired
by Jim Ward, it noted Clay county feud
leader, who previously had una murder
to his credit
The Coming Kvent.
Ailvanco reading from pounm if tho
Open Air by O. F. Kit W. Hull nt the
Hawaiian Opera House, Fildny even
ing, April 27th. A choice program of
vocal and Instrumental ficlecthiiH fio'm
tho masters will bo rendered. A urnnd
success Is predicted 011 all side,
CORBKTB BO CENTS.
Wear a nlco BUMMI3K CORSET and
you will bo always cheerful and com
fortablo In all your movement, iwa
kaml, Hotel street.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
DS TAIN PEN. All I:es, all shapes. H. V,
HOUSE PASSES HAWAII BKL
Snme Very Meal Charges oo
Sale or L'quorj In Silwns Prtb'blted -Will -Go
lo Coilettoce Sharp C.llicim and
Washington, April . Tho House
did not finish the bill to provide ter
ritorial government for Hawaii today.
Whon the hour fixed for taking a vole,
I o'clock, arrived, lesj than hall tho bill
had been covered, and so many amendments-
remained that it was agreed to
continue tho tonaldoruUnn of the bill
under the flye-mlnute rule until It was
finished. Several Important amend
ments were agreed to today, among
thorn " tho .following: To nullity all
labor contracts In tho Inlands; to ex
tend tho ajlen contract law: to the Isl
ands; to prohibit tho salo ot Intoxicat
ing liquors In.saloonH, to limit the land
holdings of corporations to 1.00U acres,
nnd to substitute for tho lluusa pro
vision relating to t!u appointment of
Judges and other officers of tho Island
for tho Senato provision. Tho House
provision lodged tho appointing power
In the Governor; tho Bunato placed In
In tho. President) .
Do Armond of MI-.ioui! moved to
htrlko trom Section f, extending tho
Constitution and all lawn of tho Unit
ed States locally applicable to tho Isl
ands, tho words "tho Constitution nnd."
The' nmendment was In linn with Do
Armond's Bpccch of Tucsd.iy, in which
ho argued that tho Constitution al
ready extended over tho Islands, and
that if it did not, Congress was power
less to .project it' there.
Knox opposed the amendment,
which, ho said, raised th cwholo Ques
tion as to the extension hf the Con
stitution, on which tho Houso was di
vided. Tho amendment wi 1 lost- -73 to 87.
Knocking Contract Labor.
When Section 10, which enforces tho
obligation of contrast,! in Hawaii, was
i ached, Knox, chairman oj tho com
mittee, offered tho following amend
ment to be added to tho section :
'Provided. That no suit or proceed
ings shall be maintained for tho speci
fic performance of .my contract here
tofore or hereafter enteral Into for
personal labor or service, nor shall any
icmcdy exist or bo entoiced for breach
ot any such contract, except hi u civil
Milt or proceeding Instituted solely to
recover damages for such breach.
"Provided, further, that tlm provi
sions of this section shall not apply to
Tho amendment, hr, explained, was
designed to prevent tho criminal prose
cution of contract laborers who vio
lated their contracts.
The amendment was adopted 10 to
lloblnson ot Indiana offered an
amendment to nullify all labor con
tracts mado since thw dato of annexa
tion, provided that hereafter no law
should bo adopted to enfoico them..
Adopted 45 to 42.
Illtt of Illinois ntnt'.d that Soctlt'ii
5 ot tho bill, which extended tho laws
of tho United States to Hawaii, rovcr
rd tho whole subject, and that by the
terms of tho Act of T87: it terminated
nil contracts with Chines or Orientals.
Another amendment w.ih adopted
specifically extending the provisions of
the alien contract laho. law to tho Isl
Close All Saloons.
Glllett ot Massachusetts offered an
amendment to prohibit tho sale of in
toxicating llqours in saloons In Ha
waii. Tho amendment would not pro
hibit tho sale of llquu. In hntols. he
said, but It would prevent tho salo In
the saloons where msn gathered..
Kno opposed tho amondmont. Ho
thought .tho subject ought to bo left to.
ilie Legislature of th3 Islaudo.
Fitzgerald of Mas;aohusolts tool: I ho
H.uno position. Such a law, lie he. Id,
would bo a farce. Public opinion did
not sustain prohibit. cm. Tho prohibi
tion law was a dead letter In Maine,
Uttlcflchl of Maiuo chalkngod Tltz
gernld to placo his finger on n pnt or
tdnco whero liquor w.is sold openly in
saloons In Maine.
Fitzgerald said It was Bold every
where, and finally compelled Llttle
'ield to admit that it could bo "pr.jcur
d" at almost any placo.
Proceeding, I.lttloflold.wild It was thy
collcy of tho civilized world to pio
'llblt tho salo of Intoxicating llquois
imong uncivilized people. If tho An-'In-Pnxnn
tueo was In control ho would
IIO1NULULU t SCHOOL
1 Dky and Night cusses
ROOM! I lf, yi Tloor I 9 A M-if.M,
IIOURV 1 U fl, f, M
I'Koghi:ks i) lock
not favor tho amendment, but as It
was not. ho thoualU tho nnieiidinimr
should be adopted.
oicy or South Carollm. said there
wcro physiological reason why It
would be well to prohibit the salo uf
llauor In tho Islands.
Berry of Kentucky onimacd llin
nmendment on the ground that It was
the universal expcrlcneo that the more
stringent tho liquor laws tho worse the
liquor and the more It would bo drank.
The nmendment wor adopted ! to
Restricting Land Holdings.
Newlands of Ncvad-i ottered an
umendment, which was adopted, to
limit the holding of j-uil cstato by a
single corporation to 1,000 acres, the
provision not to, however, Intel fens
with existing holdings.
Pi anchlsc Dlscused.
White of North Cutollna. the colored
member, ottered nn amendment, Which
waB lost, to strike from the quallHm
tlons of voters for Representatives the
provision rcaulrinc tho n.ivment of a
Williams of Massachusetts, offered
an amendment requiring tho payment
of tho poll tax nino months pi lor to
tno election. Ho said It was the uni
versal experience of Statos having u
poll tax law that tflicic it could be
paid just beforo ct.o election, It bo-
camo a means of corrupting votois.
Tho amendment provoked u heated
discussion, In which (Jroivnior 01 Ohio,
Underwood of Alabama, Llnnoy of
North Carolina and WI1U3 of North
Carolina participated. .
It was lost B5 to 82. .
Dy this tlmo tho hour for votlnc. 4
o'clock, was close at hand. Almost
twenty-fivo pages of the bill remained
to bo read, and there was a scramble
to get amendments rushed through by
unanimous consent. Tho requests nil
met objections, and resulted in a
tnnglo which was straightened out by
unanimous consent that the House
finish tho consideration of the bill un
der tho flvo-mlnuto rule,
Fugh of Kentucky moved to stithc
out tho provisions requiring that vot
ers should bo nblo to speak, read and
write tho KngllBh or Hawaiian lan
guage. It was lost.
Underwood ot Al.iluni taunted the
Republicans with' their Inconsistency
in recognizing tho necessity for white
man rulo in Hawaii in tho nendlnc bill.
whllo denouncing at 3 very opportunity
tho election laws of som; of the
Southern States, which were designed
to prevent the participation In elections
of the Ignorant and worthies.
On motion of Stuifroth of Colorado.
tho Senate provision lodging tho ap
pointment of tho Judgea nnd other offi
cers In tho President instead ot tho
Governor, was sulntltutod for the
Without finishing tb? bill, the House.
at fi:20 p. m., adjourned. .
Last Day's Discussion.
Washington, April 0. Tho House,
after four days of dabatc today passed
tho substitute for the Senato bill pro
viding for a torrltorl.il form of gov
ernment for Hawaii. Tho hill now goes
to conference. Tho most Interesting
feature of tho day's proceedings was
tho attempt of Hilt ot Connecticut, to
secure tho adoption of two amend
ments, one providing for a resident
commissioner Instead of a delcgato In
CongresB and the VI101 declaring that
nothing In tho Act hould bo Interpret
ed as a pledge of '.U-itohood. Both
wero overwhelmingly defeated.
An amendment offered by Nowlands
of Nevada was agreed to directing thr
Surveyor General to report to tho De
partment ot Labor annually the num
ber of holders of land ot less than IOC
Tho section giving tho Legislature of
Hawaii power to lmpeu:!i tho Judges of
the several courts w.vi stricken out.
Oppos-cl to Deleuute.
Hill of Connecticut offeicd un
amendment giving Hawaii a resident
commissioner in Congress. Hill op
posed anything that hinted nt tho pos
sible formation of n fiituro State oat
of tho Islands. II j bald tii.iro were
fow membeis of Congii'si who looked
forward to tho admission of Hawaii as
n State. Ho had voted for annexation
under tho distinct Impression that
nothing of tho kind would ever b'
contemplated. Yet hero Hawaii was
blossoming Into a full-fledged Terri
tory. "Does tho gentleman believe in taxa
tion without reprci"iitatIon?" Hiked
Fitzgerald of MnssauliuKiitls.
"Thero uro only JuO.OuO peonlo in
Hawaii," replied Hill. "I bolluvo
(Continued on pago C.)
llnwultnn Opera House.
Mr. 11. M. Mott-Smlth will appear r.t
tho Opera House April 27.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative Bromo Qulnlno Tabletr.
All druggists refund the money II It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slgnatuie
Is on each box. 25 cents.
A largo number of two-.ttory frame
tenement houses aro rapidly being put
up on Borctnala street from the tram
car stables out tho Molllill turn and
Japanese and Chinese nro taking up tho
rooms as fast iib they nro finished.
ClilncHo aro tho people who arc raking
In tho b1ic1:o1h from this work.
BOW WONGS TURNED DOWN
Executive Council Rtfuses Charter to
Cbiiesfl R formers.
Quarantine In S)aey tlitary publ'c Ctni
mission -Pui Shop Relation
"Voted, That tl is Uie sense of tho
Executive Council .that the application
of the Bow Wong Progressive Associa
tion for a charter be not granted."
, So endeth the long contest that has
disturbed tho Chinese community for
several moons, the foregoing passage
being from the minutes of this morn
ing's session of tho Kxecutlvo Coun
The action of the Minister of Foreir.n
Affairs was approved, In writing to tho
Consul Oeneral In Sydney Instructing
blm to post Hawaiian quarantlno law
It wob voted "that the application
of Miss Mary B. Low for n commission
as Notary Public for tho First Judicial
Circuit bo granted If sho passes a satis
factory examination before tho Attor
ney Oeneral, or that sho bo aranted n
commission as Agent to Take Acknow
ledgements, provided Mr. J. A. Magoou
will resign ns Notary Public."
Minister Young read a letter from
Dr. J. S. B. Pratt to Dr. C. L. Garvin.
executive officer of tho Board of
Health, in regard to tho unsanitary
condition of tho pol Bhona in Honolulu.
and It was voted that an item bo Insert
ed In tho appropriation bill, now be
fore tho Council of State, to carry out
the provisions of Section 933 of tho
MlnUtcr Damon was authorized to
transfer 150,000 from current cash tc
loan fund cash under tho law of 1898.
The application ot tho Hawaiian
Electric Company for an amendment to
its charter was granted.
NO WASHINGTON WIRINGS
Letters but no telegramo hav.; been
received by thn Government from
Washington." 1'r.oy urn dated 1111 to
April 2. Tho opinion tin letters con
tain Is 'that tho Hawaiian territorial
bill would bo settled by April 9. Thero
Is ot course nothing about the lubor
and liquor nmendmcul.i, these not hav
ing been born when tho letters wrro
written. Both President Dolo nnd n
member of tho Cibiuoi, Infoimully dis
cussing tho nows, favor tho theory that
tho amendments in question were put
forward to prevent tho bill from be
coming law at this scsilon.
Caught in the Act.
Wm. Hoopl (llaiufootod Hill; and Ku
luna werocauaht rtdhomlid 111 iln n t
of blowing up tho safe 111 L. B. Kerr &
Co.'s Saturday night by Deputy Mar
shal Chllllngworth. Barefooted 1)111
has confessed tho whole Miir.g and Is
out again on bond as he was when he
jntered Kerr's. Kuluna will probably
plead guilty. Tho caso camo up in tho
Police Court this morning hut was M-t
for tho 19th Inst.
Hop On was fined $25 and costs hi tho
PoIIco Court this forenoon on the
charge of selling oleomargarine for
Tho Fort George with a very largo
:argo from San Francisco, anchored
outsldo this morning. She will como In
'.odny or tomorinw.
Tames Cnmphcll Very III;
Jas. Campbell, who arrived homo In
ho Australia last Wednesday, Is very
dl nt his homo on Emma street. Ho
.vns ailing when ho arrived In tho
Ucamcr mentioned. Dr. Miner, Mr.
Campbell's physician, says ho may get
.veil or ho might die in a week. That
'lis caso is desperate Is evidenced by tho
'act that his daughter, now In Notro
Dnmo college, In San Francisco, has
been sent fur.
New llniisc of Woi'Mhlp.
A now meeting houso for tho Pal inn
jtlon of muimaltaplll church will
jaortly bo dedicated. It Is a naat
fiamo houso nnd situated back of '.ho
Reformatory school. Tho native Sun
day schools will participate lu tho do
Klnmi Laid Up.
Tho Klnnu is laid up for repairs nnd
will not sail on her usual routo this
week. Her placo will bo taken by the
Cluudlno which will Ball Wednesday
or Thin sday.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F
meets tonight ut 7:30 lu Harmony
Tho Nocau began discharging her
cargo Into tho Ttlllo B. Sturbuck this
C. B. Reynolds lenvcu by tho steam
er Lehtia this afternoon fnrJa two
weeks' visit to tho leper sottlomcnt.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
England Now Inclined
to Score Gen, Rober's
London, April 7, 1:05 p. m. Lord
ttoberts reports to the War Office as
Bloemfontcln, Friday, lAprll i. Tho
casualties at Itcddersburg were : Offi
cers killed, Captain F. G. (lasscn nnd
Lieut. C. It. Barclay, both of tho North
umberlands; wounded, two; captured,
eight. Non-commissioned officers and
men killed, 8; wounded, 33; tbo rest
Our Btrcngth was 1C7 mounted Infan
try and 429 Infantry. Tho enemy was
said to bo 3,200, with five guns.
Boers About ttloemf..ntcIn.
London, April 7, 2:35 p. -In. The
Boers arc In force at Wcpcncr, North of
Smlthfleld, Orange Freo Stato and arc
threatening General Brabant's colonial
division, the main body ot which with
tho artillery is ut Wcpcncr.
A telegram wihch left Maseru, Ba
sutoland, north of Wcpcncr, at mid
night describes the Boers as being
"in gieat force," and as afraid to make
a frontal attack, but It Is added they
were endeavoring to turn tho British
position by crossing the Basuto fron
tier by a road skirting Calcdon rlvort
which emerges south of Wcpcncr. Tho
Basutos nro cxcltedi Assistant Com
missioner Griffiths, with a forco of
police, left Maseru Friday, going where
the Boers are about to trespass, and
tho Kaffirs engaged for railroad work
nt Bloemfontcln are deserting to pro
tect their villages. Advices reach Ma
seru almost hourly ot Boer activity In
tho Orango Free State.
Tno latest unofficial despatch from
Bloemfontcln, dated Thursday says:
'"1 ho Boers conttnuo to show great ac
tivity and numbers of British troops
are arriving dally."
The alleged Ill-treatment of tht
farmers who gave up their arms hat
railed to the front the Friend of the
Free State, published by tho corres
pondents under military supervision.
Tho afternoon papers are unsparing
In their criticism of the military dis
position permitting f00 men to be Iso
lated nnd captured.
Tho St. James Gazette and Globo
dwell with sneering emphasis on tho
"In England," says the Gazette, "We
can but sit still and wonder what will
Sergeant Major Brocker, who it now
appears, escaped from Pretoria, with
Captain Haldane and Lieut. Lo Mcscur
ler, has reached Lourcnzo Marques.
Ho lost his companions nt Elands riv
er, obtained a situation as bar man nt
n railroad station and eventually mado
his way to tho frontier.
A small contingent of gunners from
tho British battleship Monarch left
Cape Town for Bloemfontcln Friday.
Though Lord Roberts lost nearly a
thousand men this week, ho Is stronger
relatively, ns four times as many men
have been landed at tho Cape.
MeldtTs Cnse Nolle Pros'tl.
Melda, tho Kahuku Japanese chaig
ed with murder, had his caso nolle
pros'd In tho Police Court this f mo
noon. Marshal Brown explained that
tho principals In the murder ruse hud
not yet been apprehended and on that
account It wns not desired to hold Mel
Broke Up h Still.
Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth and
othcis went far up Into Kallhl valley
Saturday night looking for violators of
the law. On one ravine the officers
found sixteen barrels of fermenting ti
loot. These wero destroyed on the
spot, No one wns found at the place.
Tallest Man on Force.
Lldcllo Darcnnba, u native from
North Kona, Hawaii, has JtiFt Joined
tho polico force. Ho Is taller by fur
than Jim Kupiha and Captain lloll,
formerly the tallest men on 1I10 polico
Miles for Prentcciit.
New York, April C Tho World sny:
(lencrnl Nelson A. Miles Is willing to
bo tho Democratic nomlneo for Presi
dent. Ho has so stated to his friends,
and ten days ago visited William C.
Whitney to talk with hint about tbo
possibility of his being nominated.
Mrs. Annls Montoguo Turner sang
"O Dlvlnu Redeemer" for tho nlTeitory
nt tho Central Union church Eanler
morning. Being In excellent voire nnd
surrounded by beautiful floral decora
tions Mrs. Turner was at her bet.
Tho tusto nnd Intelligent with which
tho artist handled hor volco nnd phrni
cd this difficult number was 11 delight
to all and especially to thoso lamlllar
with tbo urt.
Tho Pacific Cyclo and Mfg. Co. havo
Just received their first lot. of "nul't-llko-a-wntch"
Sterlings Owing to the
largo demand In tho States lor these
wheels, their full order did not arrive.
Thoy would like ull who havo left their
orders to call early and select their
TRA8K At Kakaako, Honolulu, 1:30
p. in, Sundny, April l'i, 100, Lucy
Trosk, aged '12 years, daughter of
TdE MAUNALEI PLANTATION
Hr. Geir Returns From VUlt atu2
ports Excellent Condition.
Cace Looks Fine and Pumps Will Start Scm
Klbel Also Wtll Ondilloccd- ' '
A Water Shaft.
A. V. Gear of Gear, Lansing & Cov,
returned In the steamer Klnuu from his
visit to Maunalcl plantation. On being
asked by a Bulletin reporter this morn
ing about what ho found, Mr. Gear
"Everything at Maunalei 1b in ex
cellent condition. The cano Is looking
fine. There nre 200 acres planted, and
000 acres plowed nnd ready for plant
ing. Tho camps aro In tho b?st condi
tion of any I have seen. It is expected
to start up the pumps In a week or so.
They hnve a capacity of n.oin.OOO gal
lons every 21 hours. Ditches and
flumes are all ready for supplying new
land with water.
"Yes, I visited Klhel, spending halt
a dnv there. Everything Ik In first rat
condition there also. I went through
the cane fields to camp 3, where they
aro sinking their shaft, and went down
tho shaft, which Is 12x18 feet and haa
now reached a depth of 230 feet. They
will put It down 300 feet and have a
pumping plant nt the bottom, which is
calculated to raUo water with less fric
tion than would a pump at tho surface.
Tho water in tho shaft Is much better
than what they aro pumping now from
the McCandlcss wells, nlthough that is
very flno water, Mr. Pogue has done
excellent work, considering tho diffi
culty ho has had to contend with, in
getting things Into shape at Klhel."
NEW PUBLISHING HOUSE
The Robert Grieve Publishing Com
pany is the proposed corporation that
will take over tbo printing establish
ment of the late Robert Grlovo and
publish the new Morning Ropubllca.
Tho officers will bo: A. S. Humphreys.
President; J. A. McCandless, Vice
President; Treasurer, J. H. Fisher, Sec
retary, Geo. W. Smith, Auditor, J. U
McLean. Theso officers together wltk
W. A. Henshall and J. D. McVeigh will,
constitute the Board of Directors. The
articles of Incorporation will bo filed
lu n few days. Orders for additional
linotypes and presses havo already
been forwarded to the Coast.
Razor and Iron Knuckles.
Peter Fernandez, a colorod man from
the steamer Cluudlno was arrested Sun
day on tho charge of drunkenness). In
his pocket was a razor nnd trost
knuckles. In the Polico Court tbla
forenoon defendant was sentenced tc
thirty days' Imprisonment at hard la
Amll Vnlpool was sentenced to sixty
days' hard labor on the charge ot being
n disorderly person by carrying a load
Will Bathe Stccrngc Passengers.
At about 12 noon tomorrow all the
steerage passengers for the Australia
will go over to the quarantlno htatlon
ut Mntillolu whero they will bo given a
disinfecting bath slmtlnr to that ad
ministered recently to poopl't Rent into
quarantine from plague infected locali
ties. We hive the moit satisfac
torv SHOES right in hand
now, for this spring wnlking
that we have ever offt.red at
0WN MAKEf '
This shoe has'been made to
the times it's a reliable shoe
for little money.
Manufacturers' Shoo Co.
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