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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1512.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATUKDAY, APKJL 21, 190012 PAGES
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ONE VOTE FOR I
Of School M
TUB MOST POPULAR -""fa
I TEACHEK. y'I
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
A trip to Ban Francisco and return
la offered by tbo Bulletin to tho teach
er whom tho largest number of votes
shall provo tho most popular In Hawaii.
I'assngo has been secured on ono ot
tho fine new boats ot tlif Toyo Klscn
KaUha lino which arc snld by all wh
havo traveled In them to bo the bosi
and most comfortable boats on thu
run between hero and San Francisco.
Tho America Maru will be tho steamer
on tho trip up, leaving hero July 17.
Either the America Muni on August n
or tho Hongkong Mam on August 29
may bo selected on tho return trip ac
cording to tno length ot stay It Is de
sired to make at tho Coast.
This contest will bo carried on In
a similar manner to that for Tho Most
Popular Captain. A voto will appear
each Ibsuo ot 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 the
paper. It should bo understood In this
connection that a new subscription
docs not consist In transferring the pa
per to Bomo other name In tho same
house nor In stopping the paper and re
subscribing. Votes will be given to all
now subscribers aa follows, the coupon
being attached to tho receipt for tho
1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTH8 150 "
S MONTHS 330 "
1 YEAR 750 "
Teachers on tho other Islands should
not lose Bight of tho fact that this con
tost Is open to all teachers of tho Ha
waiian Islands and that they havo ns
good a chance as any ono of securing
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
lit Prize Cleveland Bicycle, $70.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 90, 02 and 94 of
the ioco Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 23 lbs , and
Modeloo a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
the bicycle to be selected Horn the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
Snd Prize, 6tner 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. This
nichlne will be furnished bv B. Ber
gersen, sole agent for th- Hawaiian
8rd 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 I Plate Holds'-. Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.,
Camera and outfit are irom tin; Lemun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th 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 InventeJ. It is to be
eelecttd from the stockof the Uergstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must u prepaid at
least three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Bach name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
toon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
tubscriptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. G reat 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: $8.00 per year,
ijx for three months; strictly In advance.
Tho shipment ot 1900 Tribunes so
long waited for by Whitman & Co.
has at last arrived. This Includes tho
iS-lnch and 30-inch wheel models and
tho new borcl gear chalnless which
woIgh8 only 24 pounds. Tho Fcather
atono Is a high grado wheel but some
what less expensive than tho Tribune.
It may also bo had with both 28-lneh
and 30-inch wheels.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shnpos. H. F.
Young Men Enter tbe
Organization of a Voting Men's
Municipal League was decided upon at
a special meeting of tho Research Club
held last evening. Tho details of or
ganization wcro left to a commltco of
live ot which D. H. Caso Is. chairman.
The discussion following tho Interest
ing remarks of Mr. McCants Stewart
dcnlt with conditions as found In Ho
nolulu. Thcro was universal condem
nation for tho nttltudo taken by tho
morning paper that tho Portugucso and
Natives mc corrupt and will bo
prompted by splto and led by Irrespon
sible demagogues. Among those tak
ing a forceful part In tho discussion
wcro Lorln Andrews, A. U. Wood, 1
M. Pond, Dr. Hotlgers, G. II. McCIellan,
Prof. Hosmer and James Holt.
The following speech by Mr. Stewart
on "Municipal Leagues as nn Aid to
Party Organizations" furnished tho
Keynote of tho evening's talk:
Tho question In our minds Is this.
Shall wo organizo non-partisan chilis
for Independent nominations In muni
cipal elections? It not, Is there any
Held for municipal leagues as aids to
Tho stiugglu for American Indepen
dence was backed by a practically una
nimous public sentiment. From Hun
ker Hill to Yorktown, the people of the
Colonics stood up Uko one man and
declared for liberty or death. In the
formative period of our history ns n
Federal Nation, certainly during thu
first term of President Washington':!
administration, tho affairs of the na
tion wcro decided by common coun
sels as modified by mutual interests.
Nowhcro In tho Constitution is thero
any recognition of party. Washing
ton looked upon party with dread, and,
In his Farewell Address, warned tho
nntton against It. Amomr other thliigs
ho said: "Let me warn you In tho
most solemn manner against the bane
ful effects of the spirit of party. This
spirit unfortunately uiscpcrablo from
our nnture, having Its root in tho
strongest passions of tho human mind.
It exists under different shapes in nil
governments, more or less stifled, con
trolled or repressed; but In those of tho
popular form, It is seen In the greatest
rankness, and Is truly their worst
Party and Politics.
Tho common expcrlenco of mankind
in all ages shows, that wo cannot
eliminate party from politics. Wash
ington stood up ngainBt party, and
yet it grow and nourished under his
eyes, und In his Immediate political
family, Hamilton organizing tho Feder
alists, nnd Jefferson, tho Democrats.
It Is not In human nature to think
ulong tho same nnd Identical lines.
"Tot homines tot sentcntlao" means
liberally translated, simply this:
Every man has his opinion. So long as
men nrc human, so long will they differ
In opinions. Opposing views crcato
opposing forces. Political differences,
conflicting opinions ns to tho best poll
tics or principles for tho government
or nation or of stato; conflicting opin
ions ns to tho best men nnd methods
for tho government of n municipality,
separate men Into parties. Wo cannot
c.imlnnto parties from human govern
ment nny more than wo can prevent
Christians from dividing luto differ
ent denominations. They will tlo It
naturally everywhere throughtout tho
world, unless extraordinary conditions
prevent it temporarily.
As soon ns men scpnrato Into gioupa
for uttnlning certain political objects,
they naturally organizo themselves
Into parties; nnd, ns In warlike, so In
political pursuits, tho success of or
ganization depends upon solidarity,
upon discipline. Epaminodas, tho great
Theban general, conquered all Greece,
becnuso Ids stylo of fighting was to
mass his forces, dlvido tho enemy, nud
conquer each part singly. Napoleon
used tho same tactics, and became, mas
ter of Europe. Tho power of Tarn
many Hull In New York lies In tho
solidarity of Its forces,. In Its strict
discipline, Imposing Individual respon
sbllty from sachem to ward leader.
(Continued on pago 8.)
CI:liorit Not Guilty.
In tho District Court this forenoon
A. S. Cleghom was found not guilty
on tho charge, or putting up 11 building
on tho Knwalnhao church grounds,
Queen btrect, without a permit In writ
ing from tho Superintendent of Pub
lie Works. Attorney Humphreys ap
peared for tho defendant.
Consul General Haywood und Dr.
Cnrmlehael paid u visit to tho quaran
tine wharf this forenoon.
HONOLULU J SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
ROOMS n-ia, d Floor f 9 A, M. 4 p. M.
Hours I 7:309:10 v. n
Tbe Hawdiians' Stand in
Our Territory Politics
John E. Bosh Replies to Slurs Cast
Able Review of Ibe Political Ailllcde Takm bj
tbe Official Organ Fnm a Rtprtstntailje
UaWilUU - PWIllCil EULCalUlU.
Editor Evening Bulletin: After
reading the article published In tho if.
C. Advertiser of tho 20th inatnnt. hin,1.
ed "A Color Lino In Hnwnllnn Pnii.
tics, I wns very much surprised at tho
ignorance of the author as to the loll
ing of tho Hnwnllnna nnd tlmlr nttltmir
towauls tho haolc. It Is very evident
from the tone of tho artlclo In question,
illC tho Advertiser cllnnn In vnrv iniii.li
disappointed nnd chagrined at the n-
iiun ui uio unucu states congress In
t'OKard to thn Hnwnllnn Tnr Itr.rl il mil
anil tho hcnclitnnn nf tlin nnriv in nvni
and willing to nttributo tho cnuio c.l
the trouble to tho degenerate. Congress
ninn nnd his un-jimcricnnlsm, nnd to
.ho Hawaiian ueonln nml lliolr "mini..
Tno artlclo seems to hnvo Rovnrnt !.
Jccts In view, viz.:
1. To damn tho Ilnltml Rtnta Pro
gress, for "throwing the voting privi-
use wiuo open 10 uawaiians and tlmii
"natural allies." whom lm nrio
would even daro "to restore tho tnrone
of Hawaii, If they wcro ablo to do so;
ami wno win carry out, If
their present boasts nnd threats aro to
bo trusted, an nntl-Amcrlcnn policy of
spoliation and revenge."
2. To mislead public opinion In
America ngnlnst tho men who voted for
tho Hawaiian Tcrrltnrlni run no
amended, whom ho puts down "ns
quasi-Hourhons who learn nothing nnd
FORGET ALL" and who havo opened
up nn "un-American policy In their
mistaken zeal before tho pioneers of
American progress In tho Islands."
.1. To tnko advantage of an oppor
tunity to say tilings, uncalled for and
untruthful ngulnst Hnwnllans; to bully
nnd cajole them; to create a breach of
EOod feollnir between linnln nn,1 ITnrn
iian, except tho haolc party to whU-n
1110 Advertiser is tno trumpeter.
I. To conjuro up an anti-Hawaiian
feeling among tho whlto races, such as
"whito Americans, English, Germans,
Portucuese nnd nthom " nml in n
cloven-footed way compel tho nborlgln
nl to drop Into tho Ian of tho nn-raiimi
"pioneers of American progress."
ab 1 write, .Mr. Editor, and ponder
over tho gravity of tho situation de
pleted In tills firtleln nml thn nniulhln
results thnt will happen to my poor
miHRiiiiicu 1.'. iciiow uawaiians, 1 tan
only realize ono ponderous Intellect
capable of Inspiring such trash, such
unmitigated travesty of tho truth and
Illogical and groundless assumptions as
contained in thn nrtlrln Hint tnnn nnn
bo nono othor than Faust's counter
part In Hawaii nel, a once unrccogni.cd
nnwniuin omeini at tho seat or the
I regret very much to tnko tip the
cuuro of the Hawaiian nnd hid Haolo
friend, for many reasons, but especially
because It Is rnntrnrv in mv nnwuni
feelings to say things thnt mny bo mis
construed nB savoring of things pa.it,
nnd better burled In oblivion. On the
Other llliml. I fool (tnnnllnil In annnl in
thn Hawaiian's defence, when traduced
nnu misrepresented, as has been tho
nn..Hnn l. 1.1. .! . 1 ..I
lu inu ml Liu, jiiivrriiNi'r iiiwiii-fi inn
Wo llnwallans regret seeing and
he.'irlni? thn rlinrtrn mmtn npnlnoi no
that wo havo u hatred for tho luole,
nnd that n deadly breach exists be
tween them. Tho Hawnllnn Is not ouch
11 person ns ho Is represented In the
Advertiser. Evorv fnlr nml liutiii.'ll.il
minded haolo who knows tho Hawa
iian nature, knows him to ho Incnp.ihle
of nurturing vindictive feelings aiKi'nst
11I1V finn. Iin In rnnnliln Imiunvni nt
discerning tho good nnd bud hnblts of
tho haolu and ho Is getting more sus
picious nnd careful to whom ho lvcs
I nm Hawaiian, and havo Democr.ulc
tendencies. I believe that of tho two
dominant pat tics In politics lu tho
L'nlted Slates, the Hepubllcun und
Democratic, the latter hns moro prin
ciple. In Its niako up than the for.iiw,
but neither of them nro perfect. Tho
declarations of either pnity aro never
curried out, und, owing to tho over
shadowing power und Influcnco of the
moneyed clement In each party, cannot.
Tho principles of Democracy or Re
publicanism Is moro successfully car
ried out today under n hereditary ruler
uko ijueen victoria man in mo uni'.cd
States under nn ever changing monai-h '
llko "President of the United States."
'tho latter system Is open to corruption
and will always remain so, so long us
thcro Is no higher stimulus for tho peo
plo thnn gold nnd Bllvcr. Tho Hnwu
iinnB notice tho power of wealthy
trusts and corporations, nud the cor
ruption that permeates the entire gov
ernment fabric ns It Is operated today.
Americans themselves do not deny this.
On tho contrnty, wo see the Republican
party today openly crying out against
majority rule, nud favoring Imperial
ism. Wo hear It here, through tho col
umns of tho I C. Advertiser. Wo
readily believe the sponsors of that
paper, would burn people at tho stake
for having different views from thflrs.
Their utterances tend In that direction.
Iho Hawttllnns Is lectured to thnt
end. Ho Is warned to beware of Amer
icans who have liberal views, and ad
vised to Join tho old party that Ameri
canized hm In an un-Aincrlcnn way.
To mack a long story short, tho Ad
ortlscr Is In ucspalr that Its system of
ipoliation Is likely to bo undone, und
1 puro sydtem of democratic prlnslplo
hbiiuiicu in us sicau. thus it is ubus
ng Congic3siucn. Hnwiilinns and
moles, whose sphlt of freedom cannot
icar to bn mado subservient to the
dens of Its party. It declares agalmt
lberty of i holce nnd freedom of actl jn,
.nd would llko every Hawaiian to
ulopt Its illctiim In tho regulation of
uir common Interests.
Tho Hnvallun has grown conserva
Ivc, nnd doe3 not proposo to tako
ivory nilvlco proffered him, nnd will
lot mako alliances until he Is satisfied
acforchnnd ns to the honesty nnd falr
1C88 of tho other fellow. His Inter cn
leriencc has taught him to bo careful
.vhom ho takes Into his confidence, and
who can blame him, when wo tnko nn
Impartial view of his history and treat
ment. llV thnfift Ulin limfnaaml In Iin lilt,
friends. Ho hns learned tho story of
tho Greek nnd tho benumbed nnd hua-
L?rV Vlnrr Mini Iin U'nrmiul nml mien...!
nnd nftcrwnrds stung him to death.
.luiiN h. hush.
Honolulu, April 21, 1900.
DONATES $25 TO SOCIKIY
William M. Cunningham, after being
acquitted on tho prosecution instituted
by Mrs. Helen Wilder Craft, president
of tho Hiimnno Society, offered that
lady a donation of 2G for the funds of
the Institution. In uswer to a surprised
query If ho were in earnest, ho handed
Mrs. Crafi the money nnd assured her
that ho felt sho had only done her duty.
For the troublo to which ho had been
put ho blamed only tho Informers, who
no said had proved they did not know
what they were talking about.
J no twenty-first day without plauo
Is at hand with nothing moro serlo-H
than n scnio to chronicle. During the
morning Bomo ono started n story that
thero was a suspicious case of slcknesa
near tho Orphcum; later lu tho day thu
rumor grew luto tho statement thnt
thcro was n genulno case of plaguo In
thnt neighborhood. Enquiries cnnio In
to tho Hoard of Health thick nnd fast,
but thero they know nothing. About
noon Dr. Cnrmlehael telepliouu.1 to the
Hoard for Information which thoy won
tumble to give. Dr. Garvin was been
this afternoon, but neither he nor thu
physicians and employes know any
thing fuithcr thnn tho fnct that the ui
mor lu nlloat. All Investigations linvo
fnued to establish a caso of plague or
oven n caso of sickness near the Or
phcum Theater. No ono seems to
Know how the fnko was started.
Grand Army Call.
jemiiers 01 ueo. w. uo I-ong I'oit
aro requested to meet at tho Post room
Sunday evening, April 22d, at 1
o'ciock btiarp, for tho purpose of at-
inn.ltmr inrtmi.Htnl ..! ... .1...
.i...i.in nn."!"! 1111 mi,ii;i: lit inu
w..iiistlau church, of tho Into comrade.
V. A. Gardner. All sojourning com
rndrH nro cordially Invited to parti-
Tho four pint harmony Is tho basis of
tho most elaborate cancel to nnd sym
phony, on .no 27th. Wo shall havo no
fewer than three exquisite demonstra
tions of tho fact In Instrumental nnd
vocal mixed nud iiinln quartets. Par
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tnko Laxative Itiomo Quinine, Tabletr.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
CORSETS CO CENTS.
Wear n nlco SUMMER CORSET nnd
you will bo always cheerful nud cora
fortablo lu all your movements. Iwa
Kami, Hotel street.
WANT QUARANTINE RAISED
Baslness Men Look Forward Hope
fully for Action.
Dr. W(ol Hu lo Say EIT.ct Conllnutd Quar
aolloe Has Upon Dealing Willi ibe Coast
Some Are Indifferent.
Iho question of raising quarnntluo
nas uoeu mo emu topic or discussion
since tho last case of plaguo tweuty-
UIIO (lavs UUO. There seems In h n i-i.n.
eial wish to have quarantine raised so
mat me news enn go forwuru by the
Alameda on tho 2th to San Fian
cisco. Dr. Wood was seen this morn
ing nnd said to the Uulletlu:
"It Is unolllcinlly undent od among
tho mcmbeis of tho Donrd of nenlth
that nunrniitlnn will lm mUn-l ,m im-n
isuth, or May 1st, provided thero nio
no now casis of plague In the mean
time. I know people want It raised und
tno Hoard has decided to follow the
safest plan. Hy wnltlng mull tno SO
days nro up we can ruiio thu entire
quarantine at onco; by following this
plan thero will lie no plcco-mcnl work
nnd all will be treated alike. Von enn
stato that quaiaiitlno will not bo raised
before tho 30th, In tho Interest of tho
public health. Tho mnttir has uot yet
ucen formally voted upon by I ho
Hoard of Health, but I nm cognizant of
their views on tho matter; It will coma
up for action nt thn nioctlns on next
Among tho business men spoken lo
niiout tho matter, who expressed opin
ions, wcro the following:
E. C. Macfarlano said tint even now
tho Snn Francisco merchants do :ot
understand how a strict qturnnt.'no
could bo Kept hero with only a fow
sporadic cases of plague. The veiy fact
thnt Honolulu wns an Infected port uf
fectcd loans and business nutteis. Hy
an means thu quarantine ilioulil bo
raised beforo tho next mnll in !
Coast, so that thu news could go foi-
C. Holto of Orinbaum & Co. stud his
firm would llko to see thu quarantlnu
raised on the 27th, so that word could
go to San Francisco; but, If tha Hoard
of Health concluded not to ralso it
until tho 30th, that would bo ri'tlsf.tc
tory ns tho definite news could be i-cnt
to tho Const when It would .10 up.
Mr. Swnnzy said ho would like to ceo
qunrantlno rnlsed, but preficrel to
leave the tlmo to thoso who know mo-it
nbout tho matter; If ho expressed an
opinion ho would likely be told he did
not know what he wns talking about.
M. V. Robinson said ho .vould like
to tee quarantine raised from a butl
ness standpoint, but thought 30 days
would bo sater.
Sir. RubciiHteln of Hyman Uio.., stilJ
thnt it did not make much difference
to him when they raised qu.uantln.
as tho Hoard of Health was treating
them very well In the shipment nf
Mr. F. A, Schaefer thought tho prop
er policy would bo to ralso thu qunnin
tlno nt the nd of twenty-ono ilnya:
then, If another sporadic wise of plaguo
occuired, It could bo taken .-are of by
tho uuthoiitles without again esiab
liHhing quarantine. As It now wns, If a
now caso occurred tho quarnutlnu
would have to bo extended again for
tho full period of 21 nr 30 days.
Several other merchants wcro scon,
whose views on tho whole were wrv
similar to those given.
YELLOW FLAG HUiSTE
Tno Jl. P. Uiuco anchored lu tho har
bor nt about D o'clock vestenlnv iirtnr.
noon, hi days from Sydney with u ear-
k ui -ji) tons or coal. nr. Emerson
ooarded tho vessel lu tho channel nnd,
upon learning that she was from Syd
ney without u bill of nenlth, had her
placed In quarantine itin. n yellow flag
'this afternoon Dr. Emeison ngaln
paid n visit to tho vessel nud had the
nag taken down. Captain Giant then
enmo nshoio an,, entered.
The master of tno csse states Unit
when he left Sydney for this port there
was. no p'agiie nt that place. 'I ho H.i
wnllun consul was not In Sydney n
that ho could not gut a regular bill nf
health. However, ho brought a noto
from tho American Consul suiting that
everything lu connection with tho ves
sel was nil right. Notwithstanding
this and thu fact that tho vrssel w.ii
out 81 days nnd tho crow nil in excel
lout condition, Dr. Emerson perslaton
In quarantining tho vessel.
An' Injun-inns i-'nl(c.
Iluiiy Ekiiih bald to a Hulleiln re
poller: "Them In not one word cf
tiutli lu the statementH mado by tcmi'i
of tho papers about Chinese, being after
inn to buy a schooner for tlio deporta
tlon of that How Wong Chlnnnuii.
Yes, It wns tho Star that i.turtcd the
fake. It Is hurting my business, and
tills morning 1 mado an nnidnvlt con
tnidlctlng thu story before a notary
public. Tho only men who have been
asking mo about vessels to sell nre
Henry Mncfurlane and Chnrllo Mnkoj."
Japanese Try To
Play Tricks at Kabnku
Thero was troublo at Hccla yester
day afternoon which enmo near result
ing In a strike on tho part of tho Ja
hilo wot king In tho cano fields one
of tho Japanese disregarded tho rules
of tho plantation and lighted a cigar
ette. '1 ho white luna told him two or
three times to tlnow it away but the
fellow pcislsted In smoking. Tho luna
then slapped tho fellow s race nnd the
cigarette flew out. Tho Japaneso con
sulted with his fellow laborers ami
then proceeded to llo down, making
outcries to tho effect thnt ho had been
'1 no luna tried In vnln to get tho fol
low up but he refused to tuovo or to
tni. Tho Japaneso put on n threaten
ing attitude nnd Manager Hull was uent
At G o'clock everyone but tho luna
nud tho prostrate Japaneso remained
In tho field. Tho latter was persuaded
to get up. Ho climbed on tho luni's
horso nnd, when half way to camp, got
off and wnlkcd.
At about 8 o'clock In tho evening
nearly 300 Japaneso appeared at tho
manager a houso nrmed with hoca and
DrCIiaicd tO lletnnllxll nvnrvlhlni' In
sight. Iii their midst wns tho sham
ming Japanese laid out on n stretciMr.
They accused tho plantation of betug
the cause of the fellow's death.
Tho mnnnger promised to telephone
ror a doctor. Ho nlso telephoned for
the Knncoha tmlloe ivlm .nrlvnl umm
after nnd dispersed the mob, not wlth-
uui some nnru worn.
Dr. Howard arrived early this morn
lnt: nnd. exntnlnlncr thn .Tnnnnntm fmtn.i
theru wus not a scratch on him. In
tho morning he again examined tho fel
low. Tho doctor biircccdcd In getting
him up und nbout tho room but ho re
fused tO CO to Wnrk. !!ln nnntrnnt will
DEVELOPMENT OF PUNAHOU
For home, time Hut trniit.r.j nt riiiu,
Collect) were in rt nnsltlnn in i-nt n ..-
chaser for tho Rock Hlli tract of their
land toward Mnnoa, who would develop
It In rcsldenco blocks. They, however,
preferred to keep tho land under their
own control nnd develop It for tho pur
pose stated themselves.
Tho matter has now been put In the
hands of tho building committee, of
which W. It. Castlo Is chairman, nnd P.
C. Jones Is tho member having partic
ular charge of the schemo. Prelimi
naries havo already been tnken for lay
ing out tho tract. Mr. Amvrlg, con
sulting engineer of tho Rapid Transit
Co., Is superintending tho survey A
spacious boulevard, with rarrlngo ways
on either side or n rapid transit track,
will run through the middle of the
Streets will be completed in advnnco
of settlement. One of the trustees
said tills morning that conditions of
sales of lots would exact n high stan
dard of dwellings. The strictest sanl
tnry requirement would be met. lloth
atmosphere nnd scenery of the locality
nro among the finest within tho city
Thu Merchants Collection Agency,
No. 113 Kunhumnnu street, has chnrgo
of nil uiuoiints duu tho PEOPLE'S
EXPRESS CO. prior to March 10th,
nt which time they chunged hands.
Call at their office nnd settle nt once.
We have tlie most satifac
torv SHOES-right in hand
now, for thissprinir walking
(hat we have ever offered at
This Shni IVIC Aan min 4M
the times it's a reliable shoe
for little money.
Marrafacturore' Shoo Co.-