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Who is Your Favorite School Teacher?
ONE VOTE FOR
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
TUB MOST POPULAR H
Vol. VIII. No. 1554.
12 PAGES HONOLULU. H.- I., SATURDAY, JUNE J). 190012 PAGES
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Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teacbers
Following Is tbo standing of thr
Teachers' Contest up to Saturday
Juno 9. Tho names corrcspnnit'.iig to
tho numbers may bo obtained by np
plication at tho Bulletin oillcy,
numbers apply to tho sarao
throughout tho contest:
Sr. Peters 40s
, Fort St. Mght School. 381
, Royal School 223
, Wtlluku, Maul no
, HIhbchooi 114
, Kaih(vua 61
, Private 58
. lolanl so
, Kalulanl School 46
, K. aKnpua achoji 4
, Hoyul Schoil 34
, High scn-'ol 34
, Refo m bclnol 29
, lulanl School 25
. H.iiio nu. ruwail 14
, lolan' School 13
. 101 jiii school 11
, Kaihopua bihcol 11
, KauluweM ScIiojI 10
. Oahu 8
. at. Andrew's Priory 7
. Night 7
, HaletuKU, viaul 7
, I laid School 5
, KaaKopua bchool 4
, St. rettrs 4
, S. Peters 2
, Kohoa 2
, Kohoa 2
, Koyal School 1
, St Andrew's Priorv ... 1
, High Schoil i
, Walmea, Kiuil I
, La aiiu School 1
AUhukona Hli 1
Tho old standby, the Australia, which
can always bo depended on, plague
or no plague, territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is tho ship that will carry
tho fortunate teacher who secures the
prlzo on her well deserved outing trip.
Everyono knows the Australia, and
though she does roll Just a little bit.
the food you get is so good It simply
has to stay down. The genial captain
and purser will undoubtedly do all in
their power to make tho trip a delight
ful tlmo long to be remembered by the
teacher who Is declared the most popu
lar of tho Islands. The return ticket
will bo good for four months and the
visit at the Coast will be limited iu
time only by the desires of the teacher.
If you want to givo one of your
teacher friends one of the most pleas
ant summers they havo ever enjoyed
Just cut out tho votes which appear In
tho upper right hand corner of this
page in each issue and deposit them In
the ballot box at the Bulletin olllce.
It your are not satlslled with this slow
way of bringing her to tho trout why
tnen subscribe for tho Bulletin and get
your friends to subscribe. You will
get all the news and the most correct
news and get It all tho time, and in ad
dition you will bo given votes to cast
for your favorito teacher as follows,
according to tho term of your iub
scrlptlon: 1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
1YEAR 750 "
Subscriptions are 75 cents 11 month
or $8 a pear in advance.
At the Orplieum.
"The Grand Duchess" went oil as
smoothly as ever last evening. Tho
company, having got into excellent
shape now, nre rapidly growing In pop
ular favor. "Tho Grand Duchess"
should fill tho uouso to-night. After
the races it Is a regular raco-day
opera, Just tho thing to wind up tho
day. Offenbach's light and sparkling
music, the gay military trappings and
drilling of the chorus, tho big spectacu
lar finales, and, finally, the stiong vein
of humor predominant In tho piece, all
render It a most ngrceaDie program.
"The Orand Duchess," as rendered
by tho Orpheum's singers, Is a good
deal llko a glass of champagne bub
bling, sparkling and sweet from brim
to bottom. There is not a sad moment
In it, even tho lovcmaklng can hardly
bo taken au scrlcux.
A good deal of interest centers in Mr.
Grafton Baker's appearance on Mon
day as Lorczo in "Fra Dlavoln." While
tho rolo Is not importnnt and Mr. Ba
ker's first big opportunity really comes
with tho "Gyrsy Baron," yet tho addi
tion to tho cast will bo a strong ono
and decidedly acceptable.
THE NEW LAND .COMPANY
Formed to Develop tbe McCoIly Tract
AddlilOD of Hooilulii.
W. George Ashley tbe President-Capital
(200,000 Who Privilege of Iocrtastcg to
$1,000,000 List of Officers.
Those signing the constating Instru
ment of the Waiklkl Land and Loan
Association, Limited, are: A. S.
Humphreys, W. G. Ashley, Geo. H.
Paris, llobert V. Shingle, W. C. Wil
der Jr.. J. W. Jones.
In tho articles of association filed the
purposes and objects of the Association
aro stated as buying, selling, leasing,
and owning and acquiring, in every
manner in which tho Bamo may be
owned or acquired, real, personal and
mixed property of every kind, nature
Tho capital stock of tho Association
shall bo $200,000 divided into 2000
shares of the par value of 1100 each,
with tho privilege of increasing It to
i,000,000. At tho start 1501 shares aro
subscribed, and $1 05,010 paid in.
Olllccrs serving until their successors
shall bo elected as providca in the by
W. Georgo Ashley, president;
W. C. Wilder Jr., vlco president;
J. Walter Jones, secretary:
Geo. II. Paris, treasurer;
J. A. Oilman, auditor.
Three directors aro yet to bo selected.
.It is provided in the articles that tho
auditor shall not be a stockholder.
As previously stated In this paper,
this corporation Is formed, In tho first
Instance, to tako over and develop tho
McCully tract for city building sites.
SOME EXECUTIVE BUSINESS
GEN. ROBERTS IN PRETORIA
Boer Campaign Closes in a
Believed Kroger Has Gioed Concess Ion
Withdrawn to Uiddl burg
Boers Broken Ioto Roving
War Pdttl s.
London, Juno 1. With Johannes
burg annexed to tho list of British
towns, the nation now awaits a simi
lar transformation at Pretoria. Doubt
less Lord Roberts, ero this, has started
for the Transvaal capital. Measures of
resistance which ho will encounter dur
ing the thirty miles which sepnrato the
gold reef city from tho former scat of
government, Is still a matter of con
jecture, though most of tho critics
agteo in believing If will not bo sufll
cicntly strong to delay the occupation
of Pretoria longer than tomorrow.
Once there, tho recuperation of tho
forces will probably occur while flying
columns will bo sent In various direc
tions to stamp out opposition, estab
lish garrisons and occupy Important
Tho only development from tho seat
of war as this despatch is sent Is tho
statement from Capo Town that Colo
nial rebels recently surprised a small
body of British at Douglass, killing
sixteen of them, Including their com
mander, Colonel Spcnce.
So far theio is no oillclal confirm 1
tlon of this despatch, and the state
ment must bo received with caution.
In reply to nn Inquiry, tho United
States Consul at Pretoria, Adclbcrt S.
Hay, has cabled to tho United States
TONIGHT'S MASS MEETING
Tho Oovernmctn makes tho question
of rapid transit tracks through tho
park depend upon permission from the
Minister Young is authorized by tho
Executlvo Council to expend moacy un
der Act 4, C. of S., as follows: To com
plete contract on Puna, Hawaii, roads,
$2500; for harbor improvements, mho,
$1000; for roads in Kawalhau, Kauai,
$100; for roads In liana, Maul, $2000.
Also, to complete contract on Pllhonua
road under Act 2, $1400.
The purchase of Bishop land near
tho prison for $4300 Is about to be com
pleted by the Government.
A temporary, arrangements has been
made by which the Government gives
M. H. Flint, U. S. postal inspector, the
temporary occcupatlon of two rooms in
tho Executlvo building basement.
well they could light by cupturlng ono
position after another and tho city im
perial volunteers, at tho opposite end
of tho line, displayed equal gallantry.
Hamilton s column after clearing the
hills advanced to Florida, on the rail
way between Johannesburg and Kru
gersdorp and halted there Wednesday
night, whllo French was on the road to
Pretoria, a few miles away.
General Roberts had deferred for
twenty-four hours his entry Into Jo
hannesburg, but the Sovcnth Division
was holding the hills north of iho rtty,
and a portion of Hamilton's column
was guarding tho western approaches.
Johannesburg was defenseless and the
local authorities had arranged for the
British occupation and protection of
the mines. Tho city had been suuen
dcrcd and General Roberts and Com
mandant Kraus were cooperating to
provent an outbreak of violence and
tho destruction of valuable propel ty.
Tho chief breaks In the continuity of
this stoiy wero, caused by tho lack of
information respecting French's caval
ry force and Pole-Carcw's division
with the guards brigade. Both forces
wero known to be movlnjj in tho direc
tion of Pretoria but nut so rnpldlv as
Lord Rosslyn's imagination had pic
Pretoria was at tin mony of the ad
vancing cavalry and Infantry and ar
rangements had been uiaJo fur the sur
render of tho capital and foi tho le
lease of tho British prisoners but there
was no oillclal newi respecting those
two events at mlJnlglit. Johannesburg
had been occupied on Thursday, iho
British troops undo General Itohcrts
having marched in and the Hag Imvltig
been raised over tno gold reef rlly. "flio
occupation of Pretoria Is a foregoim
conclusion, even if It has net orcuued
Thero aro two thoDrles here respect
ing tho total collipsti of th Dut':h ile-
I fense. Ono was briefly summed up by
It is expected that tliers will be nt
least 2,500 natives and others at tl'e
Drill Shed mass meeting of tho Inde
pendent party this evo'ilm;. A plat
form has been urccuvl for tho speakers.
A number of torchci will furnish light
for tho occasion. Tlw following wo
gram has been arranged hv tho presi
dents of tho two societies Ilia' form
the nucleus of tho party:
1. Opening address by D. Kal.tuokn
lanl, president of the Kalaialna So
ciety. 2. Address by II. W. Wilcox.
3. Beading of tho Independent party
platform by Jamc3 K. kJttlla, pictl
dent of the Aloha Alna Society.
4. Speech in support of the platform
by John S. Wise.
HOME MANUFACTURE PUMP,
The contritt for furnishing the high lift
pumo lor the Hrr-Unla street water works
station wji awarJcd this mn'ii'tig 1 1 the
Honolul 1 Ir.n Work. Ins establish
mmi will manufacture the pump, 01 ly im
porting some patented moxeuun's. As
-ta'fd yesterday, the bid Is J5 500. Thr
contmtis to tumuli the pump in fiv
mon'h. which will be a so.n as the
buildlrgfor It on be ceded. Ihisunde
'aklng in rks a s'e fnrw ird by the Hot 0
luiu I Mi Works, inaugurating as it due
the heme inanufactu.e of n gn power
OPIUM MUST GO.
ramhncov flint I .nril Tlnciatvn wna llhnr
atcd Wednesday, but was allowed to re- !& prominent official yiJturday In tin-so
main in Pretoria. Lord Cecil Manners, woras:
ho adds, was also liberated. "Kruger has been forced out. Tho
They were both acting as newspaper peoplo of Protorla are unwilling tu '."l
corrcspondents. I low his fortunes longer and have taken
Flags were llutterlng from house measures to protect tho city against a
tops, but there was no revel of public, siege and devastation. Ho has gono to
CUSTOM HOUSE CHANGES.
The inspectors at the Custom Hou:.o
aro not In a happy mood Just now for,
on the 14th, there will be some changes
that will certainly result disastrously.
Tho force will bo cut down and the
pay of tho men reduced to $3 a day for
actual time. Then, it is understood
that the office of Port Surveyor will ba
done away with, Honolulu not being of
the size sufficient to havo such an offi
cer retained. Other changes along tho
line will oc made.
Trouble on the Maple.
There was trouble aboard the Marie
before sho left for tho oound yesterday.
Six sailors wero taken aboard In Irons.
Once thcro they wero liberated. One of
the most obstreperous tried to Jump
overboard, but mm soo.i brought to
tlmo by Jim Kuplhc. Another made a
rush at tho captain. Kirplhe dropped
his first mnn and, seizing tho other
fellow, soon had him in Irons.
rejoicing in the streets. The popular
enthusiasm was smothered by the anti
climax of the tame ending of the affair
after an eight months' campaign tilled
with startling surprises and dramatic
incidents. Yet there was something
logical In the coincidence which
brought Ian Hamilton's column within
a few miles from the scene of Jame
son's surrender when what was likely
to prove tho last battle of the war was
'ino campaign so far as actual hos
tilities aro concerned, has ended within
gunshot of Jameson's final stand after
he had been beaten back from Krugcrs
Tho story of theso closing scenes is
incomplete and there aro tho missing
links In the official chain Hamilton's
column which was supporting French's
cavalry brigades was confronted on
Tuesday with a Boer force strongly in
trenched among the kopjes west of Jo
hannesburg. Hamilton attacked tho
position wlt.i vigor, although It was
defended with two heavy guns and oth
er artillery. The Boers fought with
persistent courage but tho kopjes were
cleared before night.
Tho Gordons, who wero nearly nut
to pieces nt Magersfontcln, showed how
Tomorrow morning Dr. Garvin wl'l
have tuW'U to sea bv the 'ug bo !. In ih
nclghboi Iron J of 3600 tins of opium from he
Ois'om House. W en a a proiter d'S
unceonKldr his men will net to w rl
np nh'g the ilns and the opium will then
ne d'MnpeJ Into the sea. I is etim ted
'ha the stiff it worth In the iielgibji
hood ot 1 6 ,000.
t wjs Impossible for Dr. Garv'n to 1 et
th- tug today or thr wo k 111I4IU have
been done this a'ternoon.
Lydcnburg In a imtl attempt tu inlly
the oBers in tnat mountain stronghold
and the burghers aro now savin? tholr
property and separnt'n,; tliumsrlvcs
from a lost cause. Juhoniioilnu;; has
looked after IU lntJi-mts in ihe raino
way and tho lioir Generals me not de
posed to saenficj the Ir business invest
ments." Tho other theo-v has already been
referred to in '.heso despatches ns flip
ported by raamb;rs of Parliament ni.d
military men. 1: assume that Kru
ger, Botha, Kraus anC other Boer lend
ers have entered Into secret engage
ments with oiUier Sir Alfred Miluer or
Lord Itobert8 ty whl:n tho m.iP'h of
the British 'olumns has been expedited
and tho Boer command n scattr-d nnd
kept under restrain, with n, view to
tho protection of pruper.'j and the pre
vention of iieedliW!) bloodshd.
If President Kruger has made tortus
of his own it has been tho dnjpcs:
game ever played hv him but tlioie mo
members of Pai-llam.'iu hn bclloio
that this has been doui) and that he
has retired to Lyduibur for the pur
pose of conccalli;,; his own ni ran la
ments for bringing tho war to r.n rnd
and obtalniug juaiint'.jj of personal
Immunity from Imprisonment.
C. W. Carr, the transportation agent
In charge ot tho Hawaiian malls, ar
rived In tho Transport Sherman this
morning. Mr. Carr docs not know ju.u
what schemo ho will follow out is It
will first become necessary for him 10
become acquainted with the system In
voguo nt the present time.
Mr. Carr comes direct from Wash
ington where he has been on duty. He.
has been seventeen years In tho busi
ness, most of tbe time ns railway mail
The Queen's Words on
Washington, D. C, May 21. Tho ox
Queen Lllluoknlanl hns left Washing
ton and will sail on the Australia May
30 for her homo In Honolulu. To a rep
resentative of tho Bulletin she said bo
"I nm going to the Islands mainly to
look after some property Interests I
havo there, ana which seem to rcqulr
my personal attention.
"I feel that my health Is greatly im
proved by my visit to Washington. I
llko the city, and it is possible I may
return at somo future time."
Regarding tho effort to securo from
the Government some compensation for
tbe loss of her property In Hawaii, the
"Tho effort to secure a financial rec
ompense for some of my losses was un
dcrtaken cntlrclywlthout solicitation
on my part nnd for this reason I feet
very grateful nnd appreciate to tho
highest degree the kindness of Senator
Clark of Wyoming, Senator Hoar ot
Massachusetts, and other gentlemen
who presented the matter to the Senate
and urged tho enactment of legislation
In my behalf with tact and earnestness
I feel as much Indebted to them ns It
they had been successful. Tho news
paper reports that I am disappointed nt
tho result and that I Intend to bring
suit against the Government aro wholly
Asked for her opinion of the appoint
ment of Mr. Dole as Governor, tho
"1 think Mr. Dole will make a good
Governor. He will, of course, be bound
by the provisions of tho law of Con
gress providing the form of govern
ment for Hawaii and under this law, as
I understand it, the rights of all must
bo respected. I think that Hawaii will
be better governed ns n Territory than
it has been under tho ProvlMonal Gov
ernment or tho Republic. This cannot
help being so If tho Judges to be se
lected shall bo non-partisan. I hope
such appointments will be mado but
hnve no personal preferences."
When tho Ouccn and here party left
thp city a number of her friends wero
at'tho depot to bid her farewell and she
was the recipient ot a number ot beau
J. A. BRECKONS.
Central Union Church.
Rev. Wm. M. Klncald will preach In
tho morning on "Righteousness, tho
Truo Glory of tho People." In tho
evening ltev. Edward W. Thwlng, re
cently from China, will tako for his
subject '"Iho Old and tho Now In
Tho picnic Monday is eagerly intl
clpatcd by hundreds of children and
grown people ns well. Special eara
will lenvo tho church at 8:10 unl legu-
lar cars for Punahou follow every
twenty minutes. Fares nro frco to thoso
who tako the cars at tho cnurch door.
Parents and friends of tho children
Washington Place Luau.
An excellent luau, in honor of the
dolegatcs from tho Independent party,
was given nt Washington I'laco yesrer
day nftcrnoon. Every dclcgat-J was
present. Queen Llllunknliiul sat down
at the table with the natives, nint vben
the feast was about over, tho delrpito
from Hana, Maul, nvoje and thanlu-d
the Ouccn on behalf of his npsoulatea
for tho courtesy ox'tudo).
Basket Bull Guinea.
7no p. m. H m -lulu v. So h 'mnr
TODAY'S RACE FROGRAM
Militia for llllo.
Hllo. June 7. Lieut. Homo nnd Wil
liam Fetter, tho latter of tho Hllo
Bakery, aro organizing a company ot
militia for Hllo. A number of you8Pur80 i00(
men havo enrolled themselves as mem
bers. The schemo has tho support of
tho Government at Honolulu.
Following Is tho proginm for the
races ut Kapiolanl Park this afternoon,
according to the official program:
Bicycle race for Sterling bicycle pre
sented by C. J. McCarthy. Entries: J.
F. Sllva (Minion Wonder,) Emll Ul
brlch, It. A. Dexter and O. A. Martin,
scratch; V. F. Sllva 50 yard3 handi
cap; L. W. Met rill 100 yards and L. W.
Thompson, 150 yards.
1. Maiden race, ,. mllo dash, for all
horses that havo never won a race.
Entries: Tom Holllngcr s
: -V '
Judges A. N. Tripp, C. J. Cluncy
and W. S. Withers.
Clerk J. V. King.
Stnrter John Oudcrklrk, assisted by
S. Parker Jr.
Timers L. Marks, L. R. A. Halt and
J. L. Torbcrt.
Clerk of Course T. B. Cummins.
Saddling paddock Fred Harrison.
Tho races will start promptly at 2
Commission Undet charge.
J. A. Thompson, master, has reported
on tho ilnal account of T. R. Mossman,
administrator of Puanalwl. recom
mending its npproval, with tho correc
tion of charging $10.92 commslslon In
stead of $5.40 as In" tho account. The
balance Is $133.8.5.
Tho Kamehameha Alumni Associa
tion, by Its committco, haf, cunt out
Invitations to various friends to be
present at a social nnd house warm
ing at the new Alumni hall. Fort
street, back of tho Hign hsuooi on mo
evening of Juno 11, Kamehameha Day,
from 7:30 to 10:30 o'clock, w. o. Hmitn
will present tho keys of tho elubhousa
to tho association nnd J. L. Kaulukou
will speak on "Kamehameha Day" nnd
W. C. Achl on "Business Subjects."
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUes. all shapes. H. F.
11th OF JUNE.
A great number of Hawaiian and
American flags can bo gotten In Iwakn
ml's Btore, Hotel Btreet.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
M anfl Ty pewriln
Day and Night Classes
Rooms u-it, ird Floor f A, . 4 P. M
HnuH I : vyi r. M
TUB "BOXER" REBELLION.
Tho patrol wagon wan tailed to.Kn
palama last night to transfer an In
snno Chinaman to tho Pollen Station.
Upon arrival nt tho pl.ieo tho pollro
found tho Chinaman bound hand nnd
foot and tied to n post. Ills people ex
plained thnt he was oly dangerous
nnd that he had u I mint huccecdd in
drinking a buttlo df poison. The Chi
naman will ho sent to tho Insane Asy
lum this afternoon. Dr. Umcrsnn has
already examined him.
fno p. m Diamond Hra I
I Im 1.
Jvrynre lntereted In ha 1 thill 'hnuld
be In ntteiJa c ar 'he Y. M. C A this
evening in se th- co itrsts I hev v II be
vrv rxel lug a the bnv h iv? b-rn dolrg
a int f playing an 1 are In e-cceils.it condition.
Austrnlln Halls Wednesday.
Tho Australia will not get aw.iy for
San Francisco until I p. in. Wcdnrs
day, tho 13th Inst., Inste.-.d of tho '2ih,
her regular schedulo tim' This delay
Is on account of tho slo.v discharging
necessary at tho quarantine station.
For fine full dress shirts nt $1.00 u.ch
L. B. Kerr Co.. Queen Hipt. Theso
shirts nro strictly high tirade as to "
Opinion of W. O. Smltli.
W. O. Smith, form r Attorney Gereral
and delegat- o' the 1 li'de s nd nv rchants
to Wash r irrn, h n been hwrd to eprrss
I his dNip raval of the camoilgn nt arr.ic
Aggravation, Wm. Cuntnghnm's Alle
gro, W. II. Cornwell's Ahulmnnu, J. R.
Wilson's Naples nnd P. McDonald's
2. One-half mllo dash, frso-for-all.
Purso $150. Entries: Prlnco David
Kawanannkoa's Sir Casslmlr and W.
H. Cornwell's Venus and Gartcllno.
3. Five-eights mllo dash, free-for-all.
Purso $200. Entries: Prlnco David
Kawananakoa's VIorls; W. II. Corn
well's Gartellno nnd P. McDonald's
4. Merchants' Purso, trotting and
pacing to harness, best 2 In 3; 3-mlnulo
class. Purso $150. Entries: J. E.
Jaeger's Fred Eros, L. H. Dee's Albert
M., and Alexander Hanson's Shamrock.
5. Five-eights mllo dash for Hawa
iian breds. Purse $150. Entries: Robt.
Ballcntlnc's Amarlno and W. M. Cun
ningham's Antidote and Brock.
C. Free-for-all, ono mile dash. Purse
$200. Entries: Tom Holltnger's Ag
gravation, Prlnco David Kawanana
koa's Weller and J. R. Wilson's Evo
rcth. Tho following will bo In chargo ot
the meet this nftarnoon.
Reception Committee H. Focko, Dr.
M. E. Grossman and C. J. Falk.
New York, Juno 1. Adispatch
llin ITnrnlil frim IInnilrnnf enva
Tho first tlmo in years a large steam-1 "Pp'i the H.iwauans who have f .tmed an
tias been attacked on tho Yang Tso Pe" rnny. ne rcg.ir s m na-
er has been attacked on the Yang
river near Ching King, by pirates.
Tho American cuptaln, named Flagg,
drove them off.
The attac ktook placo at tho Junction
of tho great canal from Tien Tsln.
This indicates that tho "Boxers"
movement around Peking Is spreading
south, but reflective peoplo rcaltzo that
thcro is no danger for tho community,
becnuso tho "Boxers" aro not armed.
Tho only danger Is to property and
Isolated foreigners In tho Interior.
The wholo movement will collapso
with th cflrst efforts to suppress it.
Shanghai, Juno 1. Tbo detach
ment of over 300 International blue
jackets ha sarrlved at Peking .
Joyful Nc.vs Mission.
Services held every night nt the Joy
ful News Mlss'o.i, 107 King street, op
poalto tho Arlington Hotel, nt 8 o'clock.
Sunday 9:30 n. m. men's meeting; 8 p.
m. evangelistic r.ddrcss by J, u. Mc
Comb: subject, "Tho Glorious Suffer
er." Mr. F. II. Sharp will sing "Tho
Holy City," All welcome, strangem
nnd Reanmen especially Invited
wal 1,1ns as tns-sslng the light cf fiee
a.tlon In n lit r. and coniioer It bad
pcnlcv anyway 1 1 iiimM'm their nnlives
In Ivld ng aloof from the two chief na
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Police Court Notes.
In the Polleo Couit this forenoon six
native bnys nppi nred on tho chargo of
stealing pcara from Fred Waterhouse'.i
placo en Wylllu street. Ono had hU
caso nolle pros'd, thrco not three
months In tho Reform School und two,
a month each on tho reef. J. Johnson
was given thrco months for stealing a
blcyclo and Knwukaml got one mouth
for tho lnrcen yof a hat. Two Chlneao
wero fined $50 and costs on thi chnrgo
of unlawful possession ot opium.
A LARGE SHI'MENT OF
.. Just opened by the.,
A notlco appears In tho Hawaii Her
ald to tho effect that tho Hllo Rail
road Co. will receive freight to and
from Olaa on and after Juno 11, 1900.
Manufacturers1 Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with go its,
good stvle and good wear,
If you cannot come In with vois
children. end them In and they will re
reive Just the same care and atcrntloo
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