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Jol. VIIL No. 15-29.
HONOLULU. H. 1.. JPKIDAY, MAY 11, 11)00.
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Appropriations in lit I at.
It was resolved by tho Execu-
tlvo Council today In effect that,
4 In accordanco with the approval
of President McKlnlcy of Acta 2,'
3 nnd 4 of tho Council of Stato
to- tako effect from tno dato of
their pasage, tho Auditor General
be requested to communlcato with
tho Minister of Finance and In-
stttuto tho proper proceedings for
tho carrying Into effect of tho Ap-
proprlotlon Dills known as tho
Looking After Chlnntown.
This morning Bzccutlvo Officer. Dr.
Garvin, Banltary Inspector Dr. Pratt,
Chief of Inspectors Towso and Inspec
tor Carroll went Into Chinatown, to in
vestigate reports on twenty-eight sep
arate violations of sanitary and build
ing regulations. Before the Job was
finished tho officers found tho total
number of violation cases to be tlilrty
tlvc. About one-third of these woro
attended to on tho spot and the proper
orders given; the remainder will re
ceive nttenllon at once. Two weeks
ago tlicro was a cleaning Up In tho
tamo district, but since then these
fresh nuisances havo been created.
David Center III.
Dnvld Center, manager of tho Ameri
can Sugar Co. of Molokal, arrived In
tho Kcauhou this morning In chargo of
Dr. Schwalltc. Upon arrival hero h?
was taken to tho Queen's Hospital,
whero ho will be attended by Dr. Wood.
Mr. Center has been 111 for about a
week, having been taken down with
malarial fever and other complications,
he was accompanied on his trip by
Mrs. Center and one of tho children. t
A. Under, head luna, has chargo of the
plantation at tho present time.
Six new odorless excavators arrived
by tho Australia and are now being
put together under tho supervision of
Capt. Sam Johnson. When all tho cx-
cavtors ordered nrrivo It is understood
a, plan of pumping out all cesspools r.t
I certain fixed times will bo presented
by tho Exccutlvo Officer to tho Board
ot Health for consideration. Tho new
excavators will probably be at work
'next v.eeli nnS will greatly relieve Cv
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscriDers, tne 101
lowing prizes : .
tut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 00, qj and 94 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
a 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.. .-.Rents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made bftween the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize bt
Snd Prize, Singer 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
ma,-hln will be furnished bv B. IJcr-
jjcraen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with uutut, 94U.UU.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
ased 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 I.eMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents,
4th Prize, a Zonoplionc, 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
elected from the stock of the BerfiHtrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
uust be observed :
1, All subscriptions must be prepaid at
Uast three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
ting will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
hnn-i fidf addition to the subscr otlon lists.
. Subscriptions snouia De sent in as
loon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
aubscrlptlon 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 Top these prizes.
s Subscription Rates: W.00 per year,
J ao for three months: strictly In advance.
ALLEGED PROCURERS FREE
Jastlcs Fiear Discharges Them for Lack
of Proof of Gatll.
Continuation of Twenty nine Organ's Minstrels
Damage Suits Refused - Geo. E. Bjardman
Wins Appeal From District Court,
Justice Frcar gave an oral decision
this morning, discharging tho rlxtccn
Japanese charged with boin.i tllsorderlv
persons. Tho prosecution had failed to
provo their guilt. Kinney. Ilallou &
McClanahan for prosecution; Paul Neu
mann and P. M. Brooks for defendants.
Wally Davis was acquitted of nssault
and battery yesterday, two Jurors dis
senting. Judge Davis this morning heard and
denied a motion of defendant to ton
tlnuo to tho August term the case of
Ernest Hogan vs. Canadian-Australian
Steamship Co., damago for refusal to
tako passengcis. it had been stipulated
that tho outcome would bo accepted
by both parties In tho other twenty
eight similar cases against tho defen
dant. The motion was based on affi
davits of A. O. M. Itobcrtson of Rob
ertson & Wilder, counsel for dofcndaiu,
nnd F. M. Swanzy, managing director
of T. H. Davles & Co., Ltd., ngouu of
Mr. Itobcrtson alleged that a full de
fense could not bo presented without
obtnlnlng testimony from British Co
lumbia as to special damage, also that
tho testimony of Captain Phillips, com
mander of tno steamer Wnrrlmoo du
hero Juno G, Is material.
Mr. Swanzy alleged his belief that
Capt. Phillips would testify that, on
tho voyage of tho Warrlmoo from Syd
ney when plaintiff and his negro mins
trel company were on board of the
steamer, prior to reaching Honolulu he.
explained to plaintiff nnd to Mr. Paute,
a member of tho plaintiff's company,
the obstacles that might occur to pre
vent plaintiff nnd his company from
leaving Honolulu In the MIowera in
case they decided to stay over hew.
Also that Captain Phillips informed
plaintiff that ho and his minstrel com
pany would have It assume ull rUks of
being able to gel away from Honolulu
In case they decided to land, that they
clearly understood and agreed to this
when they decided to land at Honolulu
and tnat, In view of the captain's state
ment, two of'the minstrels declined to
Mr. Itobcrtson at tho hearing slated
that he was willing to stlpulato that
the denosltlons of tho captain and pur
ser of tho Mlowcra be taken upon their
arrival and used at the trial.
Mr. McClanahan made a counter pio
poaal, that plaintiffs would admit that If
Captain Pnllllps was here no woum
testify that Mr. Swanzy 's statements
Mr. Itobcrtson rejected tho proposal,
on tho ground that It was lniposalblo
for Mr. Swanzy to know all tho testi
mony that Captain Phillips might bo
able to give.
On this tho Court denied tho motion,
Mr. Ilobcrtson noting exceptions. Tho
order setting the trial for tomorrow
mnrnlni thoreforo Btands.
Judgo Davis found George E. Board
man not guilty of common nulsanco
nml iltsclinrecd him. on defendant's
nppcnl from a flue of ?5 and costs for
"obstructing the passage of a cross
walk and public street by means ot a
horso and vehicle." Jury was waived.
J. W. Cathcart appeared for tho prose
cution, and Lorrin Andrews for tho de
fense. Tho Court promptly discharged
tho defendant on presentation of tho
case, under Section 323, Penal Code,
which reads thus: "Occasioning a
groundless fear or merely a trivial an
noyance or Inconvcnlcnco Is not a com
mon unlsance. Whether tho act or
thing is really so hurtful or prejudi
cial to others as to render It a com
mon nuisance, 13 aqucstlon of fact to
bo determined by tho Jury, court or
magtstrato called to pass upon tho
ci inn "
Jud, Stanley continued the" Ilen -
....-" .11. oD t hn form nil
motion of Mr. Mead, attorney for Jano
LET NOTHING INTERFERE WITH
YOUR ATTENDANCE AT THE PRE
For fine full dress shirts at $1.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts aro strictly high grade as to ?
and quality. "
EVERY REPUBLICAN SHOULD BE
AT THE PRECINCT MEETING TO
NIGHT AT 7:30
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
d Floor f
Hours 1 7:10 : r, n,
ALL WANT TO
Opinions on Proper Recogni.ion
of Admission Day,
Specla Holiday Favored Some Thick
Should Be Kept Up lor a Week
Mass Meeting of Citizens Is
The lively Interest which has been
displayed, since the news of tho sign
ing of the Territorial bill was received,
and tho general desire to celebrate the
event on the ICth of June has caused a
partial canvass of local opinion to bo
made. All favor a grand celebration
to inarK this greatest day In Hawaiian
history, but space only allows tho fol
lowing, which fairly represents tho
whole. The propositions to celebrate
nt.mtsslon day by ltsclt and In combi
nation with tho 11th of Juno aro In
cluded in the interviews below:
A. S. Humphreys"! understand that
the suggestion lias been made in some
quarters that there should bo a Joint
celebration of Kamcnnincua day ami
Territorial day. I am oppose to the
idea. '1 no celebration 0' Kainchamcha
day Is all rlgm enough but it seems to
me entirely out of place to blend the
celebration of tho birth of a monarch
with tho celebration of the period ot
our parturition as a member of tho Re
public. "The lGth of Juno should bo appro
priately cclcbratcu. It should be a
general holiday nnd thcro should bo
merry making on all sides."
Georgo W. Smith "I bellevo that
admission day should bo celebrated as
a public holiday. , It should not bo
combined with any of tho holidays ex
isting In tho past. It Is a day that
should bo observed very much as Is
tho Fourth of July."
Cecil Brown. "It Is my opinion that
admission dav Hhnuit) du reitnteu ty
ltscif. I think n meeting should be
called and a committee of citizens s?
lected to decide upon tho details, char
acter and manner ot the celebration."
L. C. Abies "I think ndmlsslon day
should be properly celebrated by Itself.
Yes, a public meeting should bo called
and everybody Invited to bo thcro with
out respect to political parties, cither
past or present. Tho details could
then bo carried out by tho proper com
George P. Castle "I think admission
day should tako prcccdcuce over the
11th ot Juno and that a big celcbra
tlon should be arranged. Tho 11th ot
Juno 13 a public holiday of a kingdom
that has gone out ot existence. I don't
say this with any feeling or lack ot
aloha for tho old time Government and
Its celebrations, but I recognize the
fact that tho public holidays hereafter
will bo holidays of tho country of our
adoption. The proper way would hi,
as .n other celebrations, to call n pub
..c meeting and arrange a program on
a grand scale I would recommend the
merging of tho 11th of Juno with nd
mlsslon day and allowing tho former to
W. H. Comwell "Yes, sir; I believe
In celebrating admission day. I be
llevo wo ought to celebrate tho 11th
of Juno also. W hat's tho matter with
whooping up tho celebration for ndmls
slon day from tho 11th of Juno to the
16th: or as long as the money will Inst
for that matter, it's tho biggest day we
havo ever had and wo can afford to
blow In n few dimes."
Fnnk Hustace "Yes, I'm In favor
of celebrating both days; keep It up,
as Mr. Cornwell suggests, for a week,
It necessary. There will bo plenty of
tlmo for us to recover before the
Fourth of July."
I. It. Burns "I would suggest that
wo celebrnto tho day by itself. I think
I" ?? 11."'
omita uillliuiiuio, iiiu nuii.u ov....
down a man-o-wnr to tako part, as w.ib
done nt Porto Rico. Let us mako tho
celebration as big as possible.'
J. H. Soper 'I am In favor of n big
celebration nnd making ndmlsslon day
n holiday by Itself."
Geo. A. DavlB "I think that undor
tho circumstances tho day should bo
celebrated by Itself, as It makcH 1111 Im
portant event In tho political and gen
eral history of tho Islands. It will 00
a sort of recognition and i.pprcaatlon
of tho action of Congress and tho
L. A. Thurston refused to express on
opinion upon tho question nnd did not
BBRGSTROM MUSIO OO.
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Queen Ik MlHrenrcticntctl. &
( Special Correspondence.)
Washington, D. C, April 27. tf
X- tho ex-Quccn of Hawaii denies tho
.ir story recently published that sho
to Intends to sue tho United Stutcs it
.' Government for a largo sum of ::
& money or for any sum for dam- i!
:: nges. Inct red by reason of tho
events wnlch finally resulted In X
v Hawaii becoming a part of tho "
United States. The Queen Is pre- H
; paring to leavo Washington dur-
? Ing tho coming month nnd will il
t- return with her household to Ho- tf
.' nolulu where she will probably re- ?"
main for tho remainder of her A'
!- life. . IlItECKONS.
W tf ft ii a & ft
wish to be quoted further than re
fusing. W. It. Castle "I think tho :!Oth of
April, tho day tho bill was signed, is
tho proper day to eclebntn. " he 15th
of Juno Is too close to other holidays.
Lorrin Andrews "Yes, I favor tot
ting nsldo ndmlsslon day iml cu'ebrat
ing It by Itsr-lf. I believe wo f' ould
nil Join In getting up a rouiih'.g celebra
tion as big as tho event."
Minister Damon "I am in favor of
combining the celebration of rdmlsilon
day with the Fourth of July and mak
ing It tho event of the year."
J. S. Martin "I bellevo that admls
slon day should bo celebrated by It
self. Tho 11th of June can also be
kept by those who wish, there Isnoth
ing of Importance on that day except
tho horso races. Both ndmlsslon uay
and tho Fourth of July should be cele
brated; there Is plenty of time be
tween." RONA'S NEW PLANTATION
W. It. Castle todny read to the
Executive Couucll n draft of tho nrtlclo
01 association of tne South Konn Agri
cultural Co., which waB approved by
'ho Attorn'.v Or.i'crnl and handed over
to the Mliufcu. ut tuo Ulterior.
'loo incorporators aro W. It. Castle,
Ja's. B. Castle. Win. 0. Achl. Albert N.
Campbell, F. J. Lowrey and S. It. Je
hu, all of Honolulu, wheic the com
pany's olfico will bo located.
Tho capital stock Is SS50.000 divided
Into 8,000 shares ot $100 par value each,
with th cprlvllcgo of increasing It '.o
not to exceed $3,000,000, also on notice
to chango tho par value to n lower
Iguro, but not less than $20 a share.
The term Is GO years. Four thousand
snares are Issued In full payment of
property, feo slmplo and leasehold,
rrom W. It. Cnstlo and others. Tho
feo slmplo lnnds contain 7221 acres
valued nt $314,432, nnd tho leasehold
2000 ncres valued, with other Interests,
it $150,000. SIxty-flvo hundred shares.
including paid-up nllotmcnts, amount
ing altogether to $050,00U havo boon
nioscrlbed. W. It. Castlo with 4790, .1.
B. Castlo with 1300 and W. C .Achl
with 300 aro tho prlnlcpal holders.
J. I). Castle is president, A. N. Camp-
boll secretary and treasurer.
ROOKE CASE DECISION
At 1:30 p. m. todny Justico Frear
handed down his decision In tho fa
mous Rooko ense, action to nuiet title
ot several pieces of land situated In
ho city of Honolulu. Tno decision cov
rs tho suits of C. K. E. Rooko of Kni;
Innd ngalnst tho Tiustees of tho
'Juecn'H Hospital nnu tho Tiustees of
M10 Bcrnlco P. Bishop Estate, also of
'ho latter oaglnst Rookc. Tho gist if
th cdeclslon, Interpreting ns It docs tho
will of Queen Emmn, is tiiat, "pon tno
death of Emma without leaving issue
surviving her, C. C. IC. Rookc became
entitled In fee slmplu In possession, by
.way of executory devise or remainder,
is the ease might be."
Publlcntlon llmvnltnn BUI.
It was voted by the Executive Coun
cil that tho MinUtcr of tho Interior ho
authorized to publish tho Hawaiian
Bill ns passed by tho Sonnto and tho
House ot iteprcseutatlves nnd signed
by tho 'President, nml thnt one thou
sand copies bu printed lu pnmphlct
EVERY REPUBLICAN SHOULD BE
AT THE PRLCINCT MEETING TO
NIGHT AT 7:X0.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
fAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
HAMILTON AND BROADWOOD
Generals Come to the Front
of Brltlih Activity.
Successful Id Tbtlr Woik Against lbs Boers
Flfcht ScVtD Days Out if Ten -KucLenit's
Horse Wins Praise.
London, May 3. Tho War Orflee has
received tho following dispatch from
Lord Roberts under unto of Blocmfon
teln, May 2.:
"Genetnl Hamilton met with con
siderable success and drove the enemy
out ot the strong position they had
taken up nt Houtnck with compara-
lively Small loss to us. Tho Boers dls-
,,nrn,1 In .ovnrnl .llrnn.lo,,. ,nlnl In1
pcrscd In several directions, mainly to
the Kast and South, leaving mauy pris
oners In our hands. Including one com
maudnnt and sixteen other wounded
men. Gnucral Hamilton is now In
camp at Jueobsrust. As the men need
ed rest after lighting seven ont of the
lust ten days, I ordered them to halt for
the day. General Broadwood s brigade
tiiu.,t, I.IW.U..I.J ....
'During tho afternoon General Inn
HnmlKou was Joined by General Brucci
Hamilton's brlgado ot Infantry.
"Tho enemy admit having twelve
killed and forty wounded yesterday.
Among the former was Lieut. Gunthcr,
a German officer belonging to the 45th
Iteglmcnt, and amongst tho latter w;i3 '
Maxlmoff, tho Russian commander ot
tho foreign legion. Twenty-one out of
fifty-two of the enemy's casualties oc
curred among tho members of that le
gion. Two Frenchmen were among the
"General Hamilton speaks In high
terms 01 the good scrvlco performed by
SVV OVi , IUU IIVI lUlllll'U Ul
tho Eighth Hussars under Colonel
Clowsc, nnd of the regiment of Lancers
which enmo into General iiroadwoods
brigade and assisted in making tho
Boers vacate their position. Tho final
stroke to tll0 enemy's rout was given
by the Gordons nnd two companies ot
tho Shropshire light infantry who
cheeicd loudly when they got within
200 yards of the position.
Kitchener's Horso Is also spoken of.
In terms of praise."
AMERICAN SUGAR CO.
r'rom tho appearance of things the
American Sugar Co. of Molokal seems
to be a thing ot the past. Following
close on the salo ot tho machinery
comes the sending of 200 of the Japan-
eso laborers to Klhel plantation, only
,r, being retained to do tho work tint
remains. It Is understood that the cano
on me piniunuou ni prcseiu win 110 sum
ns seed cane.
Harry Evans nnd Lniry Deo urrlv
cd from Moloknl In tho Mokolll last
night. The former stntes that ho nml
Mr. Dec were scut up as a commlttc'i
to InvcHtlgntc n certain matter nnd that
they enmo back with tho best of news
for tho officers, directors, promotere
nml stockholders of tho Kamal Sugar
Co. This will ho divulged at tho meet
ing tomorrow night but no soonir.
GOING TO GUAM.
Mr. Scale, who has been collecting
birds in these Islands for the Illohup
Museum, leaves for Guam today In tho
Warren to pursuo a similar quest In
tho Ladroncs. Ho has been very suc
cessful In Hawaii. Lately ho brought
n fluo orulthollglcnl collection from tho
Island ot Kauai .Including specimens
oPonc species of bird hitherto uu
knowif In theso parts. W. O. Smith ob
tained permission from tho Washing
ton authorities for Mr. Sealo to take
passage in an army transport for
Guam. Tho nnturollst thus serving tho
Bishop Museum Is qui to youthful In
nppenranee, nnd Is highly esteemed by
tho trustees of the Institution. Ho U
n graduate of tho University ot Call,
Rio dc Jnnclro.
The Rio do Junelro from San Fran
cisco hauled alongside the Pacific Mall
wharf nt about 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. Sho wos to have left the
other end of tho lino ut 1 p. m. on tho
3d Inst., but sho did not get away until
5 o'clock thus accounting for her delay
In arrival, yesterdny.
Myrtle Dunce Tonight.
A good time will bo had nt tho M. B.
C. dunce this evening. Members nnd
friends who havo not procured tickets
mny got them from tho rnminltteo at
tho door. Busses will bo in waiting to
take the dancers home.
COPIES OF THE TERRITORIAL
LAW MAY BE OBTAINED BY PLAC
ING ORDERS AT THE BULLETIN
OFFICE OR NEWS AGENCIES. FIVE
CENTS A COPY.
Geut's Hcrmsdorf dyo black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. II. Kerr & Co.'b, Queen street for
one week only) don't fall to see tltcra.'
PRECINCT MEETING TONIGHT.
na Ra r-s sa na rt ra ru P rat fa pa na
I Rfl Mi.hlnj the Slutc. PU
Washington, May 2. From n ha
to good source It Is understood Pa
r-s that the President has decided Ma
ha upon Henry u. Cooper of Ha- Ra
x wall for Secretary of tho new Pa
F Territory. Wnlter F. Frcar, at Pa
ta present head of tho highest pa
T court of the Islands and n for- P
t- mer member of tho Hawaiian Ra
Y-4 Commission, Is to be made Ra
?a Chief Justice of tho now Tcr- Ra
NlvrltorIal Court. Ono of tho As- Ra
P-s soclato Justices will probably Re
r bo William A. Whiting, Asso- Ra
RS elate Justico of the present Ra
Ra Court. Judges Frcar nnd Ra
R Whiting are both New Eng- R
Ra land men. Frcnr Is n graduate Rn
fa of Yalo and Whiting of Har- RE
Ri vnnl. C. J. Hay, secretary of Ru
Ra Scnntor Culiom, may get tho Rn
I 6a Marshnlshlp. Rn
S, 7 L t. n,in,,),i,itv K
P3 . .M ' L?'C0 . 3 Undoubtedly R3
'-a tho President's choice for Ra
R3 United Stntes Judge, a'thnugh Pa
T'J the name of Judge Orceno of Rn
Ra Alameda county has been put Ra
Ra forward. There Is danger of Ra
Ra California losing the place, Ra
Ph however, If any division of sup- Pn
Ra port develops between tho Ra
Ra friends of candidates, for Sena- Rn
R srS'U'MfSa, B
. onn(nl. n.,rrntvi nf n l
p-l Michigan innn. An niomt- Ra
W ment wjll bo announced In a Ra
Ra few days. Pa
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CHURCH BUILDING PROPOSBD)
William McCandless has offered to
deed to tho Christian church tho lot in
Alnkca street on which Its houso of
worship stands, on condition that tno
congregation raise a building fund ot
$3,000. The lot is under n lease from
Mr. McCandless to tho church, expiring
In November next. When leased tho
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onsldced worth more than twice that
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st location for a church, however, nnd
"10 ""j011 rUBtf 8 "rn 'nrn1'1"G on a
ft"". 0?, totrnUo h, f,3;000 ,n WT
""' " th,c Md build a new cdl-
"c, "5ar" '? the icsl.'.cntlnl center. A
SodS, " .M Virt."iTm
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A handsomo wlilto satin banner of
the Socledadc dc Santo Antonio Bene
flcente da Hawaii Is exhibited In Mc-'
Inerny's corner window. Its lettering
Is bluo silk plush nnd thero Is tracery
work of tho same material. There aro
mnrglnul hangings of heavy bluo nnd
U'llltn nnrfld nnil Hw, aftlnlil-afifintnt
oonIcr ro of goU, frlnB0 wl, tas,c,gi
Tho uannpr has 1)C01l workC(, hy Mrg
rjlias. T. Gullck.
Dr. Wood found yesterday morning
that tho sufToicr aboard tho Solace.
n"okrn of In yesterday's paper, was
III from chicken pox. This Ij
what was surmised when the Warren
first arrived in port but, ns tho erup
tions all over tho man's body had not
fully developed, tho disease could not
bo stated definitely.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold u reduction sale In
overy line, commencing from May Gth,
1900. Call In and udgo for yourself:
Iwnknml, Hotel street.
Tho Minister ot Finance has been
authmized by tho Exccutlvo Council to
pay the excess of snlnrlcs of acting Cir
cuit Judges to May 2.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,
Our stock Is now replete with good fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with vour
children, send them In and they will re
celve just the same are and attention
and their eet will be just as carefullj
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll foot th
bill, and promise you that both will b