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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
T1ID MOST POPULAR
Vol. VIII. No. 150D.
HONOLULU, H. I.. WEDNESDAY, APKJL 18. 1SM0.
Pkiob 6 Gent.
Free.Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
A trip to San Francisco and return
Is offered by tho Bulletin to tho teach
er whom tho largest number of votes
shall provo tho most popular In Hawaii.
Paasago has been secured on ono of
tho flno now boats of tho Toyo Klscn
Kalsha lino which aro said by all who
bavo traveled In them to bo the best
and most comfortable boats on tho
run between hero and San Francisco.
Tho America Maru will bo tho steamer
on tho trip up, leaving hero July 17.
Either tho America Maru on August 3
or tho Hongkong Maru on August 23
may bo selected on tho return trip ac
cording to tno longth of stay It Is de
sired to mako at tho Coast.
This contest will bo carried on In
a similar manner to that for Tho Most
Popular Captain. A vote will appear
each ls3iio of tho paper on tho upper
right hand corner of tho first page. In
audition to this, votes will bo given
with all NEW subscriptions to tho
paper. It should bo understood In this
connection that a now subscription
does not consist In transferring tho pa-
tr to aomo other namo in tho samo
t...nn nr. in titnnntntr Mm minor nnd l'G-
v subscribing. Votes will bo given to all '
now subscribers as follows, tho coupon
being attached to tho receipt lor tno
t MONTH 40 votes
t MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAR 750 "
Teachers on tho other Islands should
not lose sight of tho fact that this con-
toBt la oDcn to all teachers of tho Ha
waiian Islands and that they havo as
good a chance as any ono of securing
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ions who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send In the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, TO.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models oO, oi and 04 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
t road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model M
Is a light road wheel, welghlnc 2 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
fthe Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the correspondlnj; ladies'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
nd Prize, Singer 8cw!nji Ma
Ths winner of this prize mav choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top. both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic." with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished bv B. Ber
ftcrsen. .sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Cumcro,
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 LeiWun
yon Photo-Suppiy Co., sole agents.
Ith Prize, a Zonophone, tlic Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O RccordH, 630.00.
Tnl. la (h. lmi,Vt nnd most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selectta tromtnesiocKui uic uwu"'
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: M.00 per year,
i.co for three months: strlctlv.iu advame.
ho caso of Kalunn. cl "Bed WU l
rglary, came up for trial in tho to-
I co Court this lorcuoou. iuidi.u
Brown appeared for tho prosecution
and Attorney Strauss for the leftmse.
Th rfpfendnnt was committed to tho
Circuit Court for trial. Tho chargo of
vagrancy against Kalunn vus nolle
Tho chargo ot burglary against Wm.
Hooplt (BarcfootodDlll) was nollo
The Eighteenth Duy.
Dr. Garvin reports that tho eigh
teenth free day finds tho health condi
tion of tho city at Its best, Thero hnd
not been a call for n, physician up to 2
Secretary Hendry tins morning open-
.j i. xAuonth vnliitnn nf Kflft nnvpa
plague records and believes It will bo .
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THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sl-es, all shapes. II. F.
OPPOSED GOVERNMENT P01
Proposition for Central Pol House
Promptly Yoted Down.
Hootj for Public Wcrk and Kew Buildings Vcttd
Minister Damon Aowrs Qjcry Regaid-
Ing Custom House and Pi t Office.
Tho Council ot Stato met yesterday
nt 3 p. in. Thero wero present Preil
ucnt uoio, ministers oiuu-oumu, sion mis morning, rcau letters irom mo smiiii, uierK or. juuiciaiy, as a goou wj8t 0j U8" has been promised by
Young and Damon, and Councilors consuls for Portugal, China and Japan and faithful scrvuut for tho way he "next steamer" almost as ottcu as an
lscubcrg, Achl, Alien, Jones, llolto, In tcgard to losses caused by persona looks after tho interests of tho Govern- n.nn ,,. irtrn i, ,.nnu. wnimnt
Robinson, Kauiukou, Ka-ne, J. A. Kcu-
ucuy uuu ucuit
'lho minutes of the previous meeting
wcro read, corrected and approved. I
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Mr. lumbers presented a petition. Jt ' J"lauesj merchandise, par
Biied by usldtuts on tho route and tlcularly food stuits, to tho other Ist-
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Diamond Head, to extend to Waialao.
It would probably not cost moro than
J5.00O, would bo a splendid drive and a
public bcncilt. Ho wished tho petition
referred to tho Minister of Intel lor for
action, which was voteu.
Pol ohup DlBCUBHCd.
Under unfinished business tho matter 1
of pol houses was taken up.
Mlnlster Young said tho great dim-
culty was to keep these Bhops In a sanl-
taiy condition. Ho read a letter from
Dr. Garvin of tho Uoard of Health
condemning pol shops as at present
constiuclcd and run. Ho thought It
was Important to discuss the matter
now. Thero was a good location near
tho fish market whero tho buildings or
station eouid bo erected, whero every-
thing could bo mndo clean and as
miUl I1Q II Hill Tlin BnWI.IM Wnlllll tnltll
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the water, anu tno rciuso couiu ua street extension to connect with KI113
carted away. Preparations would bo afreet nt Leleo at his own expense; tho
mado to have the taro cooked on tho I work to bo under the supervision uf
ground by steam and everything could tho road supervisor of Honolulu, oper
be kept up to the mark. Drlck or stono 1 atlons to begin at onco and conUnuo
buildings could bo constructed, but nountn the road Is finished. The only
plans had yet been arranged. Tho I condition 1b thnt tho material Is to be
rooms could bo sold or rented UKo tuo
stalls of tho present market.
ur. Achl strongly objected. Ho was
ot tho opinion a monopoly would re
sult in the Iol business. Ono man un
der thu law could bid In the ' wbolo
building. Tho natives would be tho
ones to suffer. Ho hero repeated his
argument of tho previous day.
Mr. Ka-no said ho was a Hawaiian
and must cat pot, but believed in u
central station for its manufacture. If
there wcro objectionable features in J
tho law that could bo changed, but tho'
natives must bavo good and puro food, expenditures are given In full. Tho
This was his point and lt was neces- avallablo lands show there are 25,000
sary. No matter whether tho pol was acres In tho coffee belt where tho stir
good or bad tho natives had to cat lt. veys aro completed, and 10,000 acres at
Mr. Alcu supported tho Item and from ono to threo thousand feet clova
asked those opposed to look Into tho tlon, not yet surveyed. Thero are ulso
matter before deciding. If the Uoard of tho following unsurvcyod lands: Bee
Health forced each pol maker to put'ond class agricultural, 20,000 acres;
his placo in a sanitary condition, it
would cost tho Individual too much
This could bo avoided by a central sta
tion and tho point of cleanliness and
Mr. Kennedy was sorry to see tho
Board of Health falling down beforo
tho- question of pol shops. It they
could not handle the matter In a busi
nesslike manner und control tho sani
tation of tho pol shops, they had better
let out tho Job to thoso who could. He
should oppose tho Item.
Mr. Kauiukou was opposed to tho
change. Tho Idea might bo good, but
pol was now dear and would double. In
prlco under tho proposed Innovation.
Tho samo thing had occurred when tho
now Huh market was established. Ho
feared raonled men would soon control
I tllO Pol trado .t tho Item passed. This
was a matter for the Legislature to
consider ns tho ls.ands were all Inter-
estcd; for tho present it wouiu uo
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appoint Inspectors and bco that things
wcro dono right.
Minister Damon said this subject re
minded him of the tlmo when tho wash
houses wero taken under Government
control. Thero was tho samo oppost-i
tlonbut It was dono and good and
revenue had resulted. Everybody back- .
cd the policy now. Ho gavo his expert I
enco at Moanalua with a Chinese pol
pounder, who kept n filthy placo and
hnd jj h,a cttovta nnd thoao 0, tho
nnr,. nf ,,pnlth fnr rPrQrra.
, ldc waB ood ono mi no
Minister Mott-Smlth read and ex -
plained tho pol law, Its limits nnd
bearings. Ho believed In tho proposed
(Continued on page 3.)
1900 Tribunes have arrived. The
Uluo streak, a gentleman's wheel.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
'Ohntit hnnrl nnrl rnnnnmniiinrr
a mill- m rill II I V llli W I IIIIIU
ot MU. . - ..,r.,....ua
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Rooms ti-i, vi Floor f a, m. 4 r. m.
Hours l 7io vy P. M
REPLY ON CLAIMS COURT
Executive Conncll Hakes Acswer to
Chlntso and Jipwese Consuls W.lle
Government- Proposal for Bcrttanla
Mr. Mott-Smlth, Minister ot Foreign
Auairs. at tho Executive Council bus-
on account of burnings by tho Board
ul iiiraiiu ill ifiutuu auiiii tasiuiii
other letter from tho Japanese
had rcfcrcnco to tho regulations
uoaru of Health piouiuiting mo snip-
A report drafted by tho President
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Council, to bo transmitted to the Coun-,
J ' State in reply to Clio rcso ut on
'ntroJuc,cd b? C- Uolte ,n rcKard t0 u,
Couit of Claims.
An application of Saul W. Mchcu'.a
ot Anuhola, Kauai, for a commission
as notary public, was referred to tho
Minister ot Public Instruction to as
certain tho necessity for such appolnt-
Action was deferred on a report from
Dr. J. lt. Shaw, Government veterinary
aurgeon, upon tho report of Dr. John
Wnughop In regard to tho condition of
'cattle on Kauai and that of Dr. H. D.
'. Elliot regarding mules at Olaa.
n fjhu of tho Oahu Lumber Co.
mado a liberal offer to tho Government,
which was referred to tho Minister of
tho Interior. Ho agrees to blast tho
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hauled away by tho government carts
as fast 03 excavated.
LAND AGBNT REPORTS.
Tho report of tho commissioners of
public lands was Issued today by J. R
lirown. Commissioner and Agent. The
report covers the general survey work
for tho period and gives full details
nl lltn rtliifi lnmla nml "annntlar"
claims with other sales and leases
throughout tho Islands. RccelpU and
J pastoral lands ot various grades, 100,-
OOO.acrcs; high forest and agricultural
land, 150,000 acres.
The Pythlnnti Celebrate
Tho Pythian anniversary ball nt
Progress Hall last evening was much
enjoyed by tho largo crowd In attend
ance. An Innovation was Introduced in
tho way of music, which was furnlMhed
by Paul Egry's orchestra. Tho music
was very good indeed and 11 pleasing
vnilatlon on that of tho Quintet Club.
CIIAS. DOWNING SENTENCED.
Chas. Downing, tho man who used
a knlfo on soino natives In Llllha street
n couple ot months ago appeared In tho
i0ucu Court yesterday on two chnrges
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h W(l8 nentencc(j to ono ycar-8 jm.
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Becon,i( eighteen months. Downing
has yet to answer to the chargo of mur-
der In tho second degree in the Circuit
V. M. C. A. Annivet'Hnry.
Invltatious navo be:n sout to tho
members nnd wlvia for this nmilvcit-ary
meeting of tho V. ;.I .CT. A. for 'I hurs
day evening, but tbo public Is invited
to attend. Addr3333i will bf. f,lv(n by
tho retiring president and president
elect, short rcpoits from threo of th'J
committees nnd O-tiii'r.U Sccrelury
and Physical Director. This program
I will be from 7:30 t 8M0. The rcrcp-
1 tlon with refreshments uiul Indor.r
baseball will bo In tin parlors fro:n
8:30 to 9:30. All aro Invited.
Oiicar Lewis, Special Officer.
Oscar Lewis of Lewis & Turk, has
been mado a special pollco ofllccr and
is now engaged In tho work of round
ing up runaway sailors. This was for
merly tho work of Harry Evain who
resigned from tho police force a short
Tong Kee Co. has brsught Milts
against tho Transatlantic and the
Scottish Union companies for the
amounts ot policies on property burn
ed in Chinatown.
Tho widening ot Union stroet on tho
Ewa sldo is being pushed, the othor
side having been done previously.
ADDITION TO LAW LIBRARY
Clerk Henry Smith Obtains S.pply ol
Satlsfcclory ktlir Frfta Waih'Dg'on Favors
Returmd by lcil Offlctrs Juttys
and Attorneys Gr. IflaJ.
Members of tho local Judiciary and
liar have reason to commend Henry
mcut Law Library. As the following
communication will show, he basso-
cured a regular supply hereafter of tho
ion, U. I., .MUTCH ol, UUU, MV, llCIlrl
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lebruary .S h and of tho 3d Inst, rclu-
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Largo have been icf erred to mo for
reply. I lmo tho pleasure o saying
I,""1,0? I,luy comcI your order with
tho Doston agent, as future volumes of
tho statutes will bo sent to your court
regularly as Is3iicd. This includes tho
pamphlet session laws which nro
printed at tho end of each session of
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. thero aro other sessions which you ran-1
not furnish gratis, but which can bo
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IUI UIUOCU Ub 1IIUUCIUVU IUOL, IfllUQU H'
form mo. Franking labels nro enclosed
herewith. I think their uso will ob
vlato the necessity of payment of post
age. Very respectfully, JAMES A.
Mr. Smith, by order ot Justice. Krcar,
lias forwarded tho session laws of Un-
wan irum ioui iu iob inclusive, iii-jso-
?L18 fJXl"? r'
but Mr. Smltii will try hard to get
them. Ho has also sent the 1859 Civil
Code and the 1803 Penal Codo contain
ing t!itfol(l constitution. ,
AN INJUNCTION SUIT.
An Injunction against Chns. J. Fish
cl has been granted by Judgo Siliiman
on the petition of Lau Lan and Fu Scj
upon an approved bond of $500 bclng
The plaintiffs claim that some tin..
ago the defendant leased n certain piece
of property, 49C0 fcot In area, In Ka-nianu-wat,
Chinatown, to Htil Fat and
that, a llttlo later on this was sub
leased to them. On the 12th of Jan
uary Lau Lan was taken Into quaran
tine and Fu Seo was absent In China
town. On tho 20th ot tho samo month
tho buildings on tho property wero
burned by order ot tho Uoard ot
Health. While. Lau Lan was In quar-
nntlnn (tin fnni nil itim nn.t nnn, itm
defendant threatens to dispossess
Plaintiff, ol tho Premises on account
of tho breach of contract. Tho plain
tiffs further allege that tho rent was
overduo only a few dnys und that this
was duo to tho fact thnt Lau Lan wus
actnincu in quarantine,
1 in iiin .in
has repeatedly been offered to the ic
fendant but has been as often refused.
Humphreys & Andrews for plaintiffs.
LlccnHcti for Lccturett.
"I want to enter u protest against
tho treatment Miss Krout is receiving
at tho bunds of tho government," re-
marked mm nf flin -ntnunMi Amnrlrans
and annexationists of tho city U1I3
tunrnini?. -vviiiin 1 rrv.:.ni?i. timi tiiia
license business lias to bo attended to,
in view of tho fact thnt Mls3 Krout
imiui iu hbk ior u nceiiso mrougn mcK
of knowledgo of tho law, It scem3 to
mo tho Marshal has been altogether too
harsh. I undci stand Mrs. Frear Is glv-
nig u uuries oi parior lectures nnu
charging $2 for tho course. I don't
know whether theso lectures pay a 11
censo feu or not. Anyway 1 uuu t
think it courteous after tho work ML'i
Krout has dono for this government
that she should bo threatened with go
ing before tho courts."
First Ballot for MucklntnitW.
Tho ilrst ballot In tho Most Popular
Teacher Contest wns cast at 4 o'clock
last evening by n ten-year-old Hawa
iian boy. "That's for Mr. Miukln'osh,"
remarked the boy as ho reached up to
put hs ballot in the box.
Miss Grlswold, whoso voice Is nt
truetlng attention Is to appear at the
Opera Houso tho 27th Inst In her
COUSETS 50 CENTS,
Wear a nice SUMMER CORSET nnd
you will bo always cheerful nnd com-
fortable In alt your niovcmcnts. Iwa-
kaml, Hotel street.
J. L. McComb 1b securing orders for
tho Encyclopedia Drlttanlca sold ex-
cluslvcly by Wall, Nichols Co.
-wo navo in our iiurary mo ioiiojt- ,t out bcfolo comlng llerc. No uoubt
S?,1 WfS.. !ai 3 ( en- La7-; tho death of his brother has nlso con
Jcol' ySSi V ! V,S n ' 1891 Bl'?,l al,' trlbutcd to delaying his departure from
189G, 1898 and the Civil and Penal Snn Frnncisc0
Laws of 1897. Vo nro anxious to com-1 ..h0 ,8 not aDcmocrat. Is he?"
plcto our set of theso laws as nearly as ..A Dcnlocrat! No. He has nlwiys
may be, and f you can see your way b d, t ucpubucan. Thcao p00.
fiCar iS'uA"Jft?. .lhi., ,a'l'Io I" ?ot know what they aro talking
THIRD PARTY LOuMING UP
Indication That Mitive Hawailins Will
Organize "By Their Lorely."
Clarence W AtMird Will Say "A Pligiu o'
Bjid Your houses" luR pub leans
A great deal has been published
lately about former Attorney Uenoral
C. V. Ashfurds expected return to j
tho Islands. His presence
In tho '
tU slightest dellnlto knowledge to back '
lt the inrormatlon has been spread
aboar(l tIiat Mr, ABnf0rd was coming
lin-lr In linil 111" IlfltnniMlltlA IinrfV "nil
to G1"' or tho eravo-"
n Ilnllntl,. rnmrlnr wno nnaalnrr
thu tuiawr "lce of Mr- Asllfori1-
whence no was dragged "on Informa-
tlon nm, bcc,. .for trcagonab0 procll-
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vlty In mo, t..o ussoclatlon of locality
tho reflection that tho exilo
n.l .1. Inn. .n alnnmn.-t nfln. '
missed tho last two steamers after
gosslplngly placed on each ot
their manifests. So tho news gather
er sought a confidential friend of tno
nmch-bxpcctcd gentleman for tho latest
facts concerning him.
1 "Mr. Ashford is wrapped up In a
I mining deal, and wants to straighten
1 ! UlMl 11UUID 1
about. You had better believe that Mr.
At,fnrH i nnt enliic to tiVeniicht bv
v m rm- on olthrr alii" Ho will
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stand by tho Hawaiian party against
both of them."
CHANGE SANITARY RULES
Tho proposed changes In tho aanl-
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ot Health, postponed from the last
meeting, have been put In shape by
Dr. Pratt and will come up for con
sideration at tho meeting to bo held
this afternoon. The plan and changes
outlined by Dr. -Pratt contain, among
minor amendments, tbe following-
Ccrtllicato of examination of build
ing plans, by the superintendent ot
public works and chief engineer of the
Certificate ot tho City Sanitary Kn-
B,"f" Sn "iSi0?;
Now section, providing that all cess
pools, whero thero Is water within six
feet of tho surface must be water tight.
New section, that wasto water must
not bo allowed to dlschargo luto .itiy
stream, lake, pond of ditch.
New section, providing that no build
ing shall be ahowed within 50 feet uf
nny stagnant water.
An amendment which provides that
alt urinals, sinks nnd bath tubs shall
bo connected with cesspools, vaults or
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cover tho pol house question, providing
that all houses and structures nnd
rooms therein, or portions thereof, In
which wntcr Is used In such quantity
ii-uuci mu nuuiaui biuuiiu iiiuii;-
under damp must be mado absolutely
water-proof mid tho draluago run Into
trapped lenders to cesspools or sewers.
An application blank Is provided for
thoso wishing to build which is ex
haustive and full of details.
NEAKLY A BAD PIRll.
Tho Honolulu Iron Vorl;r. had n
very narrow css'ipo frtui a sirloin firo
last evening. Winn Captain Patker
rnmn in Inwn .it nh.r.it I. o'l'Inplc Inst
camo to town .it about '! o'elorlc Inst
evening ho notlO'id n smnli blaze at tho
works but thought It was 'rom tho
furnace. At about 8 30 oVloon one of
tho trusties nt tho police station cried
out that thero w.w .1 serlmii firo In
progress. Captain t'arkci, I, lent,
llo ot tho Mounted Patrol and
Lovo liurrlcdLovr to tuo plan
Ik Ncwh Withheld?
Minister Mott-Smlth ccmed today
that tho Govemmcnt nu received full
details ot tho Hawaiian bill und amend
ments ns recently pasid. It is stated
In other circles with equal posltient?8
that the government hns received this
Information nnd for .iomo unknown
reason will not give It out.
Rio do ilanelro.
The Rio do Janeiro that arrived
from China nnd Japan this morning
brought tho news that tho 10 had been
uo cases ot plague In Hongkong for
threo weeks previous to her departure
from that place. Sho had a clean bill
of health from alt ports Btopped ut
nlong the Chlncso and Jnpancso coait.
Tho Government will reopen the
Court of Claims question at this af-
tornoon's session of the Council of
I Stato. .,,.., . ,
Tho assessable stockholders of tho
Kamalo Sugar Co. will meet this ovon-
Ing In Foster Hall, Nuuanu Street.
See notice under New Today.
Judge Siliiman Holds
Down tbe Circuit Ccort
Judgo Sllllman still gives attcntloa
to tho Manua water controversialists,
lho hearing is now on its seventh day
of tho latest series. Thero wcro sovorat
hearings previous to this ono.
W. K. Castle and P. L. Weaver Tor
plaintiff give notice to Kinney, IJallou
& McClanahan for defendant tliat to
nioirow they will moo to set a day for
trial of tho ejectment cuso of Kauba vs.
Mrs. Annlo Itoach petitions fe,i lot-
ters of administration on the estate ot
her luto husband, Daniel William
Itoach, which Is valued at about $500.
Ilcsldcs the petitioner the hells nro two
sons William Allen aged four years.
land John Arthur fourteen months, c!
Crelghton for petitioner.
In Inn m.ll..nl !.-. nnnllMlInn nf t
A- 011111811, administrator, for leavo to'
nlt l. l..,nl.,..,n l. i ii... m.ll
llrs, after hearing Mr. IJallou for the
'.administrator and T. McCnnts Htowart
for tho creditors, Judgo Sllllman ruled
,iui liiu uiu.iuin, ouuftu oiniuiuu iuiuii
that notice should bo mailed to nil tho
creditors to appear In court on Mon
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day noxt and show cause, if any they
have, why tho petition should not be
This was tho day D. G. Camarlnos
was under citation to appear as admin
istrator ot tho estate ot his lute bnaU
cr, P. G. Camarlnos, and as his guard
ian before death. Geo. A. Davis appear
ed for Geo. Andrews, petitioner, and C.
Crelghton for tho respondent The
latter complained that a copy of the
petition was not served with the sum
mons, and pleaded cause for delay in
tho urgent business of respondent con
nected with tho departuro of the Bteam
cr Australia. Judgo Sllllman ordered
tho respondent to lllo within one week
Inventories of tho property of tho ward
and of tho deceased, also accounts In
both matters of nil moneys received
nnd disbursed by him.
1HB JUEN LIQUORS
Editor Evening DulloUi: In n.ftr
enco to the statement of Harry Jucn
published In yesterday's issue of your
paper and In Justice to myself, 1 beg
to offor tho following:
When Juen's placo on Ntiuanu street
was condemned ho removed his entuo
stock to the sidewalk In front of his
premises whero lt rcmn'tml open ind
unprotected for weeks, what remained
was then taken to Collins' stoio lor
fumigation; it was brought M Aala
warehouso January 25th nnd wm
stored in a small spneo and plied In a
manner which rendered It almost en
His statement that It wi3 taraiicr-d
with whllo In the Aala warsehouso by
employes therein is ridiculous, mali
cious nnd absolutely without rcinon.
Beforo leaving tho wamhn.iso cvciy
employe Is subjected to :i tliornuch
Mr. Jucn hns received nnd signed for
tho full nnd entire number nt packages
recclvod bo mo nt tho warjaouso.
J. J. PLO.'JSKY-.
In chargo ot Ala Warehouse.
Honolulu, April 18, 1900.
TO CUltB A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxotivc Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Orovo's sign-lure
In on pnrh box. 25 rents.
We have the rmt satisfac
torv SHOF.S riRht in hand
now, for thissprinij walking
lh.it we have ever offered at
I hlc enna Uir h-An mtlit !-
f " ;, ,.' ' T " .
trie times It S a rdiaole SnCC
for little money.
iurnf,, ou. .
wanuiawurfro SU09 CO,