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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
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Vol. VIII. No. 1530.
12 PAGES HONOLULU. H. I.. SATURDAY, MAY 19, lflOO 12 PAGES
Pbiob 5 Cento.
' M I I I II I M lll I
Free Trip to Sao Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
Following Is tho standing of the
Teachers' Contest up to Saturday,
May 19. Tho names corresponding to
tho numbers may bo obtalucl by ap
plication at tho Bulletin oHlcy. Theao
numbers apply to tho sarno mimes
throughout tho content:
28. , Llhue, Kauai ....750
, St. Peters 218
, Fort St. Night School. 212
, Royal School 176
, lolani 50
-. Royal School 11
-, HUhSchoo 28
-, High bchool 27
-, lolani School ........25
-, Kalulanl School 22
-, Keio'm Sclwol t8
-, Hunomu, Hawaii 14
10. , lolani bcnooi ij
16. , lolani bchool 11
26. , Kihopua School 11
II. , KauluweU School 10
23. , Oahu 8
8. , K-aUnru.i Schol 6
13. , I laul School 5
o. . Kaakonua bchool A
27 , St. Peters 4
, S Peters 2
', ioyai 5cnooi
ia. , St. An rrw's Priory
19 . men scnmi
20. 1 Walmea, Kami I
14 1 1 a mna scnooi
15. . '
31. Manukona HII, i
Kauai In coming to the front In tin
teacher's contest and Is going to make
nonio ono hustle for that vacation tilp
to tho Coast. A Llhuo teacher tnkes the
lead this week with a bit; majority
over nil tho others. Tho frlonus of the
Fort street night school will havo to
do soma good work to bring their fa
vorite to tho front aguln.
Tho old standby, tho Australia,
which can always bo depended, on
plagua or no plague, territorial law or
no territorial law, Is tho ship that will
carry tho fortunato teachjr who cc
curcs tho prlzo on her W2ll ucservod
outing trip. Everyone knows the Aus
tralia and though sho does roll Just a
llttlo bit, the food you get Is so good it
simply has to stay down. Tim genial
captain and purser will undoubtedly
do all In their power to malio the trip
a delightful time long to bo remem
bered by tho teacher who la declared
tho most popular of tho Islands. 'I ho
return ticket will bo good for four
months and tho visit at tho Coifct will
bo limited In tlmo only by ilic desires
of tho teacher.
If you want to give ono if your
teacher friends ono of tho most pleas
nnt summers they havo every enjoyed
Just cut out tho votes which appear in
tho upper right hand corner of this
pago In each Issuo and dcpoalt tlini in
tho ballot box at tho Bulletin unite.
If you aro not satisfied with this slow
way of bringing her to tho front why
then Btihscrlbo for tho Ilullctln and get
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all tho news and tho most correct
news and get It nil tho tlmo, nnd In ad
dition you will bo given votes to east
for your favorlto teacher as follows,
according to tho term of your sub
scription: 1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1 YEAIX 750 "
Subscriptions aro 75 cents a month
or $8 a year in advance.
MR. DEE'S ADVICE.
Tho meeting of creditors of Knmalo
Sugar Company yesterday afternoon
adjourned agnln till Monday nt 10
o'clock. This evening a mce'linf of
assessable stockholders will lie held at
Foster's hall, nnd tho call un urgent
ono' for Important busln23i. I. II.
Deo gavo an indication of what wns to
bo considered in tho following remarks
to a Hulletln reporter:
"I want to advlso these peoplo to
come forward and pay up their 1th
and Gth assessments. The company
stands in need of the money. TI13 di
rectors havo now been dhpose.l til.
which has heretofore been tho obstacle.
Now thero is no reason why the peoplo
should not attend tho meeting tonight,
nnd If they haven't tho money ready
Elvo a guarantee that it wjii uo pain,
Tho company needs the mono lo car
ry on its business. It Hhouia nut no ni
lowed to go Into bankruptcy."
Passenger on lolnnl.
A. W. Heydtmnnn, former) book
keener for the Hutchinson Sugar Co.
on Hawaii, was ono of the pasHengers
nn ilin bark lolani. Mr, Mcyuinisnn
was saved with tho remainder of tho
.fnrkev Iauk. well known on Ibu 1'a
.in,. I'nnui In xnected In Honolulu In
tho near future, It Is umloiHlmid, on J
good authority, tliat i.oiigi win nun
W, If, Cornwall's horses.
For Una full dress shirts at f 1,00 lach
L. II, Kerr & Co,, ()ucon Mrwi, These
thirl nro strictly liluli Kifldit n to r
IIAVJ5 YOU YOTKD7 J I' NOT. VOTE,
PRECINCT VOTING PLACE?
Republican Primaries for Honolulu
From 4 to 6 Today.
One Change From Regular Flaws-Enrollment
Litis Open Till' the Polls Clcse
Good Sited Vole Assured.
Republicans of this Island will vote
today for delegates lo tho District Con
ventions. The polls will open at o'clock nnd
close at C o'clock.
Any Republican voter who has not
plnced his namo on tho enrollment list
may sign tho rolls any tlmo up to C
o'clock nnd voto Immediately on sign
ing nt tho polls. Tho Honolulu pre
cincts and polling places aro as fol
lows: Fourtli District.
FIRST PRECINCT All that por
tion of sold district lying oast of Puna
liou street, and a lino drawn In exten
sion thereof mauka and makdi. VOT
INO PLACE, GOVERNMENT NUR
SERY ON KINO STREET.
8ECOND PRECINCT A'l that por
tion of said district lying between the
westerly boundary of tho First Pre
cinct nnd a line drawn as follows, viz:
From tho foot of South stroH nlong
South, King nnd Alapal strooU, nnd
from tho head of Alapal street to the
flag polo on tho old battery on Punch
bowl; tlienco to and along tho ridge
on tho easterly side of Pnuoa valley to
tho summit of the mountain. VOTIN'I
PLACE, DERETANIA STREET
THIRD PRECINCT Al ItI1.1t por
tion of said district lying between the
westerly boundary of tho Second Pre
cinct nnd Nuuanu street, and mauka of
School street nnd a lino drawn from
the Junction of School and Punchbowl
streets to tho flag polo on tho old bat
tery on Punchbowl. VOTING PLACE,
UUILDIKO AT ENTRANCETO LOW
ER RESERVOIR GROUND, NUUANU
FOURTH PRECINCT All that por
tion of said district bounded by the
Second nnd Third Precincts, Dcrctanla
and Nuuanu streets. VOTING PLACE,
FIFTH PRECINCT All the.t portion
of said district bounded by the Second
Precinct, Deretnnla street, Rlchnrds
street and thoharbor. VOTING PLACE.
SIXTH PRECINCT All that por
tion of said district bounded by Rich
ards street, Ilcretanla strait. Nuuanu
street nnd thoharbor. VOTING PLACE,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ROOM.
SEVENTH PRECINCT AH that
portion of Honolulu or Kona lying
mnkal of tho King street road from the
Ewa lino to tho King street bridge.
and all mauka of said road from the
Ewa lino to tho main road up Kallhl
valley. VOTING PLACE, AT RE
EIGHTH PRECINCT All that por
tion of Honolulu or Kona lylnrj nmuk.i
of tho King street road from tho main
road un Kallhl valley to Llllha street.
and a lino drawn from tho head there
of, In extension of tho lino of JuJd
street, to and along tho rldgo forming
tho westerly border of Nuuanu valley.
VOTING PLACE, W. C. AC1I18 RESI
DENCE. NINTH PRECINCT All that por
tion of Honolulu or Kona lying be
tween tho Eighth Precinct and Nuuanu
street and mauka of a lino drawn nlong
School street, tho Nuuanu stream and
Hcrctnnln street. VOTING PLACE,
KAULUWELA SCHOOL HOUSI3.
TENTH PRECINCT All that por
tlon of Honolulu or Kona bounded by
King, Llllha and School arrets, th
Nuuanu stream. Bcretanla and Nuuanu
streets and tho hnrbor. VOTING
PLACE, KAULUWELA SCHOOL
First Tlmo Cnught.
A white man appeared In the Police
Court thl furenoin, pleaded Rullty to th
charge of drunkennes nnd asked for the
elemenev of the court on the eround Ih 1
It wa his first offense. "Well, consider
Inc the fact that vou have been In tbb
pjjee twenty-two years and this Is voui
first offense," said Judge Wilcox, "I think
I will jut 'eprlmand ."
"Don't misunderstand me Judge." re
plied the man, "I have hen drunk bef' i
but this Is th: firt time I have been
caught at It."
ISullct'n Team Wins.
Tho Bulletin nowsboys defeated n
11I110 composed of Advertiser newsboys
at baseball this morning nil tho Drill
Shed grounds, Tho score wns Si to 22.
This mnkes thrco-straight games for
tho Bulletin team of youngster.!.
DAY AND NIGHT CUSSHS
ROOMIII-K, iririnorf A, M,-4f,M
. llOUkt I ?!-: CM,
ROYAL NEW ROYAL SCHOOL
Magnificent Strncture to Be Ereced
In Near Future.
Exterior Probably of Spanish Slyle Artistic In
Architecture and Modern In Every
Detail of Equipment.
At tho meeting of tho Board of Edu
cation on last Thursday afternoon
Minister Mott-Bmlth reported that Fro
had called for plans for the new Royal
school house, owing to tho shortness of
tho time, nnd asked that tho commis
sioners endorse nls action, riils was
done by a formal vote. Minister Molt
Smith was seen this morning ind said
regarding tho building of tho new
"Tho plans aro rapidly beiru; brought
Into shapo by Messrs. Ripley & Dickey.
Tho arrangement of the door plans will
bo submitted to tho chnlrmnn of the
Lands and Buildings committed this af
ternoon nnd will probably bo leaded
upon by next Monday. Tho exterior
of tho building will likely bo In Span
ish style, with wldo overhanging caes
and collonado porticoes; iltlioiir.li sev
eral drawings of other styles of archi
tecture have been made and nro under
consideration. Tho building will bo
three stories in height nnd will face
nmkal; that Is, Its longest side being at
Ight nnglcs to Emma street. i'ho
srounds In front of tho building will
bo terraced, tho lowest torrnco to be
tho general playground.
"Tho lower story will Include six
sinus rooms capable of accommodating
with comfort forty pupils. Besides
these, rooms there will bo tho princi
pal's room, a Ubbary room, end a largo
foyer nnd hall. On tho oecoial floor
thero will bo six class rosms similar
In size nnd location to thoso on the
first floor, nnd a large nssomjly room
for tho entire school, as largo, If not
larger, than Progress Hall. Theso two
floors nro to accommodato tho. primary
and grammar grades.
"Tho third floor Is to bo devoted to
tho blgh school, whero thero will be
a general assembly room, a Ubbary
room, a commercial department room,
1 draughting room, a biological labora
tory and museum nnd a chemical labortt
tory. On tho Wnlklkl sido tho build
ing is to have a wing to bo devoted to
machino and carpenter shops nnd in
dustrial purposes generally.
"Tho amount appropriated by the
Council of Stnto Is liberal enough to
Insure n building modern both In re
spect to construction nnd sanitation
and tho needs of n first class school.
I'ho building will bo constructed of
steel and cither brick, stone, or con
crete. Tho work of perfecting the
plans and erecting tho new building
will bo pushed rapidly and an effort
will bo mado to havo It finished by the
opening of tho fall term, or as soon
thereafter as possible"
Falrchllil Rumor Dented.
The report current on tho street yes
terday that Gcorgo Falrchlld of the
Makco Sugar Co. Is to take tho man
agement of Pioneer plantation. This
report Is denied by ono of tho heaviest
holders of Pioneer. Ho says that Mr.
Falrchlld has gono to look over the
Pioneer plantation for private reasons
but not with n view to taking the man
Olnn and Brewery Stocks.
Harry Arroltagc conducted sales for
Jas. F. Morgan today. Tho James Dodd
Estate's lease of Kaplolanl Park lot
was withdrawn. Olaa Plantation Co.'h
delinquent stock was sold for tho sixth
assessment. It brought $0.C5 to $1.15,
most of It going to outsiders. Brewery
stock, 20 called in, sold at $22.70.
Governor Will Not Talk.
Governor Dolo was questioned re
garding Wnshlngton news received by
tho Bulletin, to tho effect that remain
ing appointments, Including Judiciary,
had been referred to him by President
McKInlcy for his rccommcndntlnns.
Ho answered, "I cannot talk on that
Inspector Brown's Instructions.
Orders were rec Iv d bv the Coptic
Thursday evening Instructing Felleral Chi
nese Inspector Jnjhua K. Drown 1.0 take
ch rgeof at Immigration m te. sin these
I hnd n and after June 1 5 and to re.
main In charge until the rerranlzatbn of
the service here.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold n reduction sale in
ivcry line, commencing from May Gth
1900. Call In and Judge for yourself:
Iwnkaml, Hotel street.
BBRaSTROM SMXTSIO UO,
MARSHALL IS SENTENCED
Editor of Sunday Volcano Found Guilty
of Libel First Degree.
Second Damage Suit Agalnt Canadian Aus
tralian bimiHiip Co.- Three Cornend
The Jury trying Wm. H. Marshall for
libel on Chief Justice J mid ictlrcd nt
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, return
ing n quarter of an hour Inter with a
verdict of guilty in the first degree,
thrco Jurors dissenting. Tho dissent Is
supposed to have been on tho question
of degree. Judge Stanley sentenced tho
defendant to imprisonment nt hard la
bor for six months, half tho maximum
nnd tho same scntenco ns had been im
posed on defendant in tho Dlntilct
Court. Ball was fixed at $1000 on tho
appeal noted to tho Supreme Court, J.
T. Do Bolt made an nble address In
Marshall's behalf to tho Jury, while
former Attorney General W. O. Dmlth
closed with a powerful yet cousldcrtto
address on behalf of tho people.
Hurley Thyons vs. Canadian-Australian
Steamship Co. Is on trial bctoro
Judge Davis by the following Jury: B.
II. Campbell, J. M. Webb, V ri. Uurt
lett. W. C. Wilder Jr., E. O. White, K.
It. G. Wallace, D. V. McNIchol, Louis
Marks, II. E. Walty. II. i3. Murray,
John Emmcluth and W. P. O'Brion.
Kinney, Bnllou & McChnnhan for
plaintiff; Robertson & Wilder for de
fendant. Recess for the day was t.dten
at 1 o'clock.
Judgo Stanley is hearing tho 1). B.
Smith estate administration cave. C.
Brown and Humphreys & Andrews for
Mnmlo L. Smith, petitioner tor appoint
ment of C. Brown ns administrator;
Kinney, Bnllou & McClanahan and W.
A. Hcnshall for Amoy M. Anln, con
testant; Robertson & Wilde? tor Oro.
H. Brown, a creditor.
MACHINE 18 FIGHTING WHITE.
Lorrin Andrews nnd George R. Car
ter wcro busy today circulating bal
lots for E. R. Adams as delegate from
the Second Precinct. They nro making
a strenuous effort to defeat Clarence
White who Is apparently favored on
tho street as a running mato with
I HE PRIMARY ELECTIONS
Below arc to be found nominations
for delegates to tho Republican dis
trict convention nt tho election to be
held from I to C o'clock, this nftcr
noon: Fourtli District. First Prsolnet, J. II.
Boyd, J. A. McCandlcss mid Cecil
Brown. One to bo elected.
Fourth District. Second Precinct, J.
B. Athcrton, W. C. Purke, II. E. Walty,
C. M. White, Charles Wilcox and 13. R.
Adams. Two to bo elected. At a large
meeting In Independence Park hall
last night a roll of 1G3 members of tho
jlub was reported. C. II. WlUon and
Chris. Holt wero added to tho enroll
ment committee, nnd E. R. Hendry and
Geo. II. Purls to the Judges of election.
Fourth District Sixth Prrclnct Dr.
Cooper, Frank L. Hoogs and 'J. S. Deri-
ky. Ono to bo elected.
Fifth District, Eighth Pre.-mc: W.
C. Achl. unanimously chosen :is dele
gate. Fifth District, Ninth Precinct J.
A. Hughes, L. A. Thurston, W. J.
Fifth District, Suvcnth Precinct T.
McCnnts Stcwnrt. W. R. Sims, K. 11.
0. Wnllaco and Jas. L. Holt. Ono to
Hid Asiatic Exodus.
There wns a big exodds of Asiatics
by tho Coptic yesterday afternoon. In
all there wcro 3C0 230 Chinese and
130 Japanese. The men on tho wharf
had causo to tear their hair nnd cease
talking politics when the drnyloads
of baggago arrived on the Pacific Mall
wharf. Tho Coptic did not get away
until G o'clock.
Looking for Landing.
A few duys ago Captain Merry of tho
Naval Station was at Walmen, on the
other sldo of this island, looking for 11
landing for tho cable. Ho will havo a
look at plates nloug tho Wnlklkl beach
and other localities nnd will then hand
In Ills report on tho most favorable
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUcs, all shapes. H. V.
CHURCH FAVORED MR, DOLE
Washington Comment on the Appoint
ment of Hawaii's Governor.
Hen Slated for Federal Positions - Judicial Rec
ommtcdallons of ibe Governor Asked by
Washington, D. C, May G. Con
siderable disappointment has been ex
pressed hero by thoso familiar with
Hawaiian nrfalrs nt the action of tho
President In appointing Mr. Dole to the
Governorship of tho new Territory.
Tho fenr Is expressed tliat tho appoint
ment win cnuso a division among the
voters of the Territory, which wns one
of tho things most desirable to bo
avoided, along tho lines which havo
caused tho greatest dissatisfaction In
tho recent administration of affairs In
the Islands. Tho appointment of Dote
was urged, however, by tho church
element whicn has much Influence with
tho President, nnd was made, In part,
for sentimental reasons, Dolo being re
garded as tho chief Instrument In the
various movements by which Huwall
has finally become 11 part of tho Unttid
States. While thero Is some disap
pointment nnd dissatisfaction at the
appointment of Dolo there will ba no
opposition manifested to his confirma
tion, nnd both Dole and Cooper will bo
promptly confirmed by the Senate.
Tho other oxecutlvo officers who will
be appointed will probably bo as fol- ' Unltc? States will bo exempt from ton
lows: Daniel A. Ray of Illinois, Unit- 1 na tnxCB- , ,
cd SUUcs Marshal. Mr. Ray Is at prcs- Pursuant to section G uf tho Act
cnt chief clerk of tho Senntc Commit-' aforesaid, on and after Juuo II, 1909,
teo on Commerce, of which Senator vessels en crngHnwall clsawhero than
Cullom Is chnlrmnn. Mr. Rny Is well from Ul Ullltci1 fatnles w' " subject
known In Hnwull, having visited tho
Islands with tho Hawaiian Commis
sion. Rny becamo Infatuated with Ha
waii during the short period of his so
journ there nnd wants to make the new
Territory his future home.
John C. Balrd of Cheyenne, Wyo-,
mliifr will nrnlmlilv lin nnnnlntpil Unit
o.l Rnra AMnrnov Ilia mmnlnlmnnt
Is being urged by Scnntor Clark ot
Wyoming, nnd ho hns a weighty list ot
endorsements from nil parts of the
country. Mr. Bnlrd Is 11 comparatively
young man who has lived In Wyoming
for tho past twenty years. Ho was t
nun lmn rilllnr nt Hin f'liovpnnn l.n.lil.
cr, and lias been practicing law over
fifteen years. Ho has been county nnd
prosecuting attorney of Laramie coun
ty, Wyoming, several terms, nnd Is at
present n member of tho Stnto Legis
lature. Judge M. M. Esteo of California, who
has been n prominent figure In tho
legal and political field on the Coast
for many yenrs will, It Is believed, bo
appointed Federal Judge.
While It Is possible tho judicial ap
pointments for tho local bench may be
made nt an early day. It Is believed by
those ekiso to tho President, that they
will not bo mado until tho recommen
dations of Governor Dole ns to Uicho
appointments shall havo been receiv
ed. Tho President Is said to have s?nt
for the recommendation of Governor
Dolo nnd may not net until they nro
received. If these recommendations nro
followed In making tho selections Dole
Ism will bo tho preponderating fenturo
of tho cntlro cxecutlvo nnd Judicial
government of tho Territory.
Several defects hnvo been found In
the Hawaiian law since Its pnitcagc.
No provision was mndo for tho ap
pointment of n collector of customs nt
Honolulu. To remedy this omission
Senator Morgan has Introduced n bill
to establish this ofllee, nnd It will un
doubtedly pass both Houses without
delay. Congressman Sibley of P"nn
sylvanla, called upon the President
yestctday In bchnlf'ot E. C. Jones uf
Bradford, Pn who wants tho place.
In order to carry out the provisions
of the Hawaiian law which establishes
a plan of collecting labor statistics, tho
Secretary of tho Treasury has re
quested tho appropriation of $2,500 to
pay tho necessary expenses.
Doubt Is expressed ns to tho right
ot the Postmaster General to extend
tho postal laws" of tho United Stataj
provided that the United Stntes should
assume, tho debt of tho Islands, tho
ofllceiH of tho Treasury Department
have snino doubt of the rkht nf tho
Secretory to pity off tho debt without
On May 15 the House will tuku up
Scnnto BUI No. 2 for consideration.
This bill ns passed provides for build
ing 11 government cable from Fun
Francisco to Honolulu. Tho disposi
tion Is to press it for passage nt this
session of Congress.
J. A. BREC1CONS.
Stocks Loom lip.
Hales on tho Stock Exchange today
went: 50 Ooknla, $21; 10 Walulua, A,
$100; 25 Klhcl, A, 15; 50 Mullrydo, A,
(i.r.d; 50 do, 0.50; 20 do, C.50; 20 do,
C.50; 10 Oahu, $190.50; 50 do, 105; GO
Mellryilo, A, 0.25; 10 Oahu, Iflii; 100
Mellrydo, A, 0,00; 100 do, COO; 01 Oliia,
2.00; 100 Mcllrydu, A, 0,00; 10 do, C.OO.
OPIIN TILL O'CLOCK.
EVERY RKPiniLICAN SHOULD BE
AT THE POLLS TODAY.
M Mr. Wilcox's Position, let
Pa Having consented to be n can- Ki
ru dldntc In tho precinct election Pa
Pa for delegates to tho District a
Pa Convention I wish it clearly tn
Pa understood that I am not run- jca
Pa nlng In tho Interest of nny Pa
Pa clique or faction with an "nxo r?a
Pa to grind." I am running solo- Pa
Pa ly ns n Republican to work for rrn
Pa tho best Interests of tho coun- Ha
Pa try nnd party. pa
f-a chas. WILCOX. ra
Pa Honolulu, May 19, 1900. lot
Tonnage Taxes and Sea
men's Wages in Hawaii
Hon. W. O. Smith, returned delegato
of tho Chamber of Commerce to Wash
ington, kindly furnishes tho Bulletin
with tho following circulars from tho
Treasury Department, Bun-an of Na
vigation, dated Wnshlngton, May 3.
They are signed by Eugcno T. Cham
berlain, Commissioner, and approved
In the order given by L. J. Gage, Sec
retary, and O. L. Spauldlng, Aslstnnt
To Collectors of Customs nnd Olhcru:
Pursuant to tho provisions of sec
tions G nnd 9S of tho net approved
April 30, 1900, entitled, "An Act to pro
vide a Government for tho Territory of
Hawaii," on and after June II, 1900, ves
scls entering the United States from
Hawaii and entering Hawaii from tho
iu luuuuKu nixes us jiruviucu uy uiu
laws of the United States.
ALLOTMENTS SEAMEN'S WAGES.
To Collectors of Customs and Others.
Pursuant to tho net to provide a
Government for tho Territory of Ha
waii, approved April 30, 1900, allot
ments of wages to seamen on voyages
between Pacific ports Of till United
Slitcs nlrt Hawaii, or vlco vsrsa, will
, no ,V. allowe-
I Allotments not cxcojd.ng one. .
, nlon,lh 8wac,8 ?n voyages from a port
"' "10 "n cd States on tho Atlantic
Ocean to Hawaii, or vice versa, will
UL'imi uncut Liiumur liu. if mi io:'
Is modified accordingly.
This circular will tnko effort on nnd
after June II, 1900. ,
Nelll Co Not Coming.
Mr. Cohen sends postlvo word from
the Coast thnt tho Nelll Company will
not play In Honolulu. "I have," nays
Mr. Cohen, "practically concluded ar
rangements witli the Southwell Opera
Company to play at the Orphcnr.i und
on my representations Mr. Nelll de
cided that nn engagement In Honolulu
under these circumstances would luird
ly bo profitable. Ho had ilre.tdy mado
certain arrangements but botween us
we made nway with these obstacles. I
shall In all probability nrrlvo 111 Ho- '
uolulu tho 23d lust, with tho best, and
Incidentally tho most expenstvo opera
company that could be secured, "Tho
Southwells," who will play at tho Or
plieum for n limited season.
dent's Hernisdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
nt L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only; don't fnll to seo thcm.
EVERY REPUBLICAN SHOULD BE
AT THE POLLS TODAY.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufactarers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with go4 fits,
good style and good wear,
If you cannot come In with your
children, fend them In and they will re
elve just the same care and attention
ind their ect will be just as carefully
lilted, as If you were with them,
We'll fit the foot If you'll toot tht
bill, 1111J promise you Hint belli will N