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THE FVRNINO BfTTLETIN: HONOLt'LO. H. 1., 8ATURIMY. JUNE 9, l''.
Smnmary of the Week's News
Monday, June 4.
People wore slow In coming to the
Democratic mass meeting on Saturday.
At 8 o'clock many wore massed In tho
doorway and not a third of the 300
chain oa tho floor wore occupied. Ten
minutes later the ascent of Dr. Mc
Orew and Col. McCarthy caused a rush
to tho scats, about as many 'choosing to
stand along tho walls as would have
filled th scats.
Col. C. J. McCarthy, temporary vlco
president, at once opened tho business
by reading a report from tho commit
tee of twenty-one
B. B. McClanahan read tho commit
tco's address to tho Peoplo of Hawaii.
The address opens with cyclopedic
history of tho Democratic party. U
denies that Democrats arc free traders,
but believes In taxation for revenue.
Tho Republican party Is charged with
being one of business men only so far
as to govern In tho Interests of the
enormously wealthy. Other Issues are
defined, tho Democratic party being
against expansion of territory or lm
perallsm, opposed to trusts, In favor of
tho Nicaragua canal, taking strong
ground against the Porto Rico policy.
"We bollve In the annexation of Ha
waii a great and lasting boncflt has
comototho people of these Islands," tho
committee say, and, while annexation
was not approved by somo great lead
ers of the party, since It had come to
pass the Democrats wcro Tor equal
rights to Hawailans. They commended
tho attitude of Hawailans and Portu
guese In standing aloof until they
learned somothlng of tho two Ameri
J. A. Mchrtcn moved that tho report
bo adopted, seconded by Julius Asch.
Mr. McClanahan thought tho report
should not bo adopted as a whole, un
til tho number of delegates to tho Na
tional Convention at Kansas City hi
considered. Ho suggested making II
four Instead of one. This was accepted
and the report as amended wosadoptcd.
C. R. Dement moved, seconded by F
8. Peachy, that tho committee of 21 be
J. M. Davidson, tho first speaker, won
received with applause. Democracy, oi
tho rulo of Demos, had existed for ages.
Ho wont back to tho primitive ages
when tho people assembled to make
their laws under n tree. If It were a
cocoanut tree in Hawaii, a kanaka
would occupy a position next tho tree
Referring to discord In tho organizing
of tho local Republican party, ho hoped
nothing of that kind would occur
amongst tho Democrats of Hawaii. It
was the rulo of tho people, or demo
cratic rule, which mado tho Govern
ment of tho United States, of which
Hawaii had been mado an integral
part, tho greatest In tho world. The
people of tho United States came from
many lands and spoke many languages,
bat Russians, Germans and other alien
peoples took pride In the freedom they
found In their adopted country. It was
not to make a long speech that he came
before them, put to say that he was
now and always had been a .Democrat
Members of the party here might In
some cases have persuasive powers,
uch aa had been represented to be one
of the greatest qualities ot iicpuim-
cans, but If so those powers would'ncv
er be used to persuado to wrong doing.
John S. Wlso, tho next speaker, said
he was there as a Democrat because It
was from this party that he first re
ceived the hand of welcome. The Re
publicans had tried to terrify tho Ha
wailans Into hellovlng that If thoy held
aloof from tho two great American par
ties they would bo deprived of their
franchise. It was tho Republicans who
had robbed tho Hawailans of their
country. Wcro ho and his country
men to bo denounced becauso they
could not oradlcato from their hearts
the love of their own country. (Cries
of No and applaiwe.) They had been
advised not to Join the Democrats bc
canse they wcro opposed to everything
that waa good, was were no gooo. in
a party that produced such a man as
Thomas Jefferson, whose principles he
had quoted? The Republicans had Hot
only robbed them of their country, but
bad deprived them of their franchise
la the past and tried to do It for tho
future. For several years past ho had
been disfranchised. He had been a
staunch Royalist and as such spent a
year in prison. Today ho found him
self born again with tho full and free
franchlso of an Amerlcon citizen, and
took his placo In tho ranks of the
Democratic party. Mr. Wise, who is a
graduate of Kamehameha school, spoke
with puro English accent and diction,
and was enthusiastically npp'audcd ut
The Democratic central committee
has appointed tho following to net In
calling precinct meetings:
Fourth District First Precinct, C. J.
McCarthy. Second, F. Brown. Third,
J. M. Caraara. Fourth, F. S. Peachy.
Fifth, Jos. Qulnn. Sixth, Capt C. J
Fifth District First Precinct, not
filled. Second, not filled. Third. Chan.
Dalrd. Fourth, not nlled. Fifth, Hen
ry D. Johnson. Sixth, Mr. Sullivan.
Soventh, C. I Dement. Eighth, Eugene
Sullivan. Ninth, Chas. Pfelfer. Tenth,
II. J. Mossninn.
Monday, Juno 4.
Henry Oxnard, the great beet sugar
man of America, Is registered at the
Hawaiian hotel from Cxnard, Califor
nia. He arrived from tho Orient In
the America Maru and will resume hi?
homeward Journey In tho China tomor
A Dullctin representative met Mr
Oxnard this morning Just as he war
startlug out with an excursion party
to tho Pall. The meeting was the rr
nowal of a casual acquaintance sf last
Kl Stncknble Appointed.
ftn Washington, May 26. -The
tm President today sent tho fol
Pa lowing nominations to the
PTI Senate: E. it. Stackable, Col
KI lector of Customs for the dls-
m trlct of Hawaii
Tuesday, June 6.
Attorney Gencrnl Cuuptr having ap
proved tho articles of association of
tho Wahlawa Sugar Co., tho Executive
Council has granted them to tho Incor
porators. The articles of association of the
Honolulu Clay Co. have been approved
by tho Exccutlvo Council, also tho
amendment to the charter of the Club
Stables Co.. Dallcy's Honolulu Cyclery
by saying he was merely on a pleasure ' darter nas ueen rcturncu lor corroc
trip. "You havo a beautiful Island. 1 1 ons'
am delighted with tho climate and!
scenery." Ho was aware of mo labor
question confronting tho Hawaiian
planters and of tho conference they
wcro holding today on tho subject
At Omaha Mr. Oxnard had said to
the same Interviewer: "You would
never have got annexation It It had not
been for tho war with Spain." This
was readily admitted, from Internal
knowledge of tho campaign at the Ha
waiian end of the line. It was known
that Mr. Oxnard and associates were
among the most formidable opponent!
of annexation, whoso arguments had to
bo met In a rational manner for n
vlnclng tho United States public that
they wcro a falsa alarm.
"Havo you formed any Impression,
slnco you arrived hero, Mr. Oxnnrd, as
to tho effects of tho now deal upon Hip
beet sugar Industry?" was asked the
"No. As I have Raid, 1 am here only
"Well, nro you much afraid of Ha
waiian sugar now rm beforo annexa
tion?" "No," was the laughing answer. "Wr
ire In tho samo boat now, but," Mr. Ox
lard said with emphasis, "wn don'
.vant any moro Islands.
Monday, Juno 4.
Tho labor convention under tho aus
)lces of the Hawaiian Planters' Abso
latlon met nt the ofhee of C. M. Cooke
car of Dank of Hawaii, this mornln,
ind Is In session this afternoon. A
few hours may completo tho business
or several days may bo consumed.
Nono of the affairs will be glvon out
for publication until nfter the clos
)f tho convention. Through tho kind
less of C. lloltc, secretary, the follow
.ng list of gentlemen In attendance li
Managers from Island of Hawaii
Messrs. A. Mooro. Paauhnu: Horner
Kukalau; J. A. Scott, Walnaku; Mulr,
Honomu; Hind, Kohala; Ross, Haka
lau; att, Honokaa; Forbes, Kukul
jaele; Lldgato, Paaullo; Hewitt, Na
alchu. Managers from Maul Messrs. Alii
born, Lahalna; Wells, Walluhu;
OJcrdrum, Hana; Harry Baldwin, Pala;
Poguc, Klhcl; Ixwrlc, Sprcckelsvlllc:
Hocking, Nahlku; Haneberg, Olowalu.
Managers from Oahu Messrs. Chal
mers, Walmanalo; Bull, Hcela;
Weight Kahuku; Goodale, Walalua;
Renton, Ewa; Low, Honolulu ;Ahrens,
Managers from Kauai Messrs. Wal
ters, Llhue; Conant, McDryde; Pair
child, Kcalla; Ewart, Kllauea; Crew?,
Koloa; Morrison, Makawcll; Faye, Ke-kaha.
Agents and Owners Messrs. C. M.
Cooke, president, and C. Bolte, secre
tary. Hawaiian Planters' Association;
W. M. Glffard, J. B. Athcrton, E. r.
Bishop, Geo. H. Robertson, Jas. B. Cas
tle, F. M. Swanzy, FA. Schaefcr, Paul
Isenberg, C. F. Hart, Paul R. Isonberg.
J. F. Hackfcld and A. Iscuberg.
Mr. Oxnard anticipated any question (location.
Monday, Juno 4.
Georgo Gray, one of tho oldest of for
eign residents, died at the houso of
Wm. Auld, Palama, today. Ho was a
native of Scotland and 68 years of ase.
For many years Mr. Gray kept Hon.
A. S. Clcghorn's store where the ofllco
of T. II. Davlcs & Co. Is now situate-
During five or six years past ho has
had a chicken ranch at Kallhl. Ho
leaves two daughters surviving, having
lost his wifo and a son within n few
years. Mr. Gray was a Free Mason.
Ho was highly respected In the community.
Monday, Juno 4.
Tho leabo of tho property of tho Dow
sett Estate upon which stands at the
present tlmo tho blacksmlthlng and
carrlago repair shop of T. B. Murray,
has Just been sold to J. Emmcluth for
tho sum of $7,600. Tho lease has twenty-four
years to run.
Monday, Juno 4.
Marshal Brown received Information
by tho Klnau Saturday to tho effect
that tho strike of the Japancso on the
Kona Sugar Co. plantation had ceased,
it having been decided to concede to
tho demands of the laborers.
Monday, Juno 4.
Tho semi-monthly report of tho ha
wallan Mercantile Agency reports that
during tho last fifteen days tho mort
gaged Indebtedness of tho islands na
Monday, June 4.
Tho schooner Rob Roy arrived In a
leaking condition from Walmen, Ka
uai, today. Slid had been three wcoku
at sea and tho worst fears wcro felt
for her safety.
Tuesday, Juno S.
W. O. Smith and H. B. Gcbr waited
on tuo Executive Council in relation to
tho location of the Kohala and Hllo
.tallway. 'incy were Informed that al
though the Exccutlvo did not at prcs
snt havo tho power to act, when It did
avo such power It was In favor of al
lowing tho company six months' ex
tension of tlmo for deciding on the lo
cation, on condition tnat, tho comple
tion of tho road should bo within two
nn and six months from approval of
Tuesday, June 5.
Tho labor conference of sugar plan
ters concluded Its work nt C p. m. yes
terday. It was recommended by the
managers to thellawallan Planters As
sociation that labor bureaus bo estab
lished on the different Islands nnd that
the passbook system bo adopted. It
anything was said about new sources
of labor, such as Porto Rico, the plant
ers havo not seen tit to divulge It.
Tuesday, June G.
Kallhl detention camp was the sub
ject of discussion at tho Exccutlvo
Council session. Dr. Garvin and E. C.
Winston represented tho Board of
Dr. Garvin said thcro wero about 400
people, mostly Hawailans, In the camp,
who had lately stated by petition that
they had no homes nnd requested per
mission to stay In tho camp. Tho
Board had been charging $3 a month
for a room and limiting Its occupants
to ten, which makes about $250 a
month. It costs tho Board about $200
a month to maintain the camp, 'i no
Board would like to know If thcro was
lot a way of using tne rental money
or the camp, otjcrwlso It desired per
alsslon to close up tho place.
It was decided nt onco by tho Execu
lve that the rent must go Into the gov
Mr. Cooper suggested that tho camp
night bo turned over to a commtttco
jf citizens with power to collect and
ipply the rent for Its maintenance.
It was decided that tho occupants
mould be notified that they would bo
;lvcn three months from the first of
funo to find homes elsewhere If they
would agree to do so, those not con
tenting to this to bo dismissed nt onco
ind no new applications for entrance
:o bo granted.
Dr. Garvin also stated that Vincent
fc Bclser wcro at a loss to know whero
to sccuro accommodations for tho men
who aro to work on the sewer and had
asked permission to uso one of tho
buildings at tho Battery camp.
Mr. Damon stated that this could not
bo allowed, as tho Government had
agreed with tho Bishop Estato to re
move these buildings as soon as they
wero not needed on account of bubonic
plague. The matter was thus settled.
Tuesday, June 5.
Attorney General Cooper has report
ed favorably to tho Executive Council
on the proposed location of tracks by
the Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land
Co., excepting a short distance along
King street to South and thence to
lueen street about wi-.ch he doubted
If It was according to tho charter.
Tuesday, June 5.
F. B. McStocker, manager of the Olaa
Sugar Co. has purchased from Chas.
Eagan all his property in Olaa, intend
ed by the latter for tho planting ut
coffee. The sum paid was $21,000. Mr.
McStocker purchased this land entire
ly on his own accouut.
Henry H. Williams,
WITH THE CITY F0RN1TDRE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 846. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 849.
Judge Duvls Stays.
$ George A. Davis has been re-
quested by tho Exccutlvo to con-
tlnuo acting First Circuit Judge
of the First Judicial Circuit until
the admission of tho Territory of
Hawaii. Beyond that ovent Judgo
Davis has the matter In his own
hnnds. He has received nn official
request from Washington to nc
fr cept the appointment as Judge
from President McKlnley. This
fact would Indicate, as .10 Is filling
fr tho first Judge's seat, that Judge
4 Perry will bo promoted to the Su-
Tuesday, June 5.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Walty announce
tho engagement of their daughter Ma
bel to Mr. Maurlco Rrasch.
Wednesday, June 6.
Hon. Alexander Young, Minister of
tho Interior, returned homo from a
Q;ing trip to San Francisco In tho Aus
tralia. He attended tho regular ses
sion of tho bxccutlvo Council this
morning. Mr. Young was stood up for
news by a Bulletin reporter but re
fused to deliver. Ho wanted tlmo to
collect his faculties nfter tho concert
aboard tho steamer last night. Ilio
passengers had a goou time. "For
charity, no," said Mr. Young. But I
can tell you that I raised $33,500 whllti
away for tho Hospital for Incurables."
Mr. Young said partB of tho stories In
tho Chronlclo and Examiner about his
projected new business block wero cor
rect and the rest as you plcaso. Ho had
not seen any reporters from thoso pa
pcia on tho subject. All inat ho could
say Just yet was that preliminary
drawings had been mado.
Wednesday, Juae 6.
Dr. Wood reported to tho Executivo
Council this morning that tho Austra
lia's bill of health admitted plaguo hi
San Francisco. Ho had allowed passen
gers to come nshoro and deckload of
fruit to bo landed. Cuineso foostuffs
in tho hold could not bo landed uutil
tho cargo was fumigated. Tho agents
had objected, as much of tho goods was
perishable. He had given mo option
of taking tho goods back to San Fran
cisco or having tho nohl fumigated.
Tho Exccutlvo approved this action,
being In favor of treating San Fran
cisco tho same as nny other Infected
Consul Geenral Wilder has rcporto't
to tho Government that up to May 2fi
thcro had been nlno cases of bubonic
plaguo In San Francisco.
Wednesday, Junu C.
Tho engagement of Miss Alfrcda
Mitchell of New London, Conn., to
Hiram Bingham Jr. has been an
nounced. Miss Mitchell visited the
Islands In 1898 with relatives. Her
father Is a brother of Donald G. Mitch
ell, known In literature as "Ik Marvcy"
ind her mother Is ono of tho famous
Tiffany family of New York.
Wednesday, June fi.
About forty gathered nt tho early
prayer meeting of tho Christian En
deavorcrs yesterday morning from al
most as many societies as wcro reprc
scnted at the evening meeting.
Tho evening meeting was noticeable
for tho promptness with which tho pro
gram was carried out. From the giv
ing out of tho first hymn to the liul
speaker everything was absolutely on
time. Rev. C. W. Hill, vlco president
of tho C. E. Union, presided and Miss
Yarrow of Central Union C. E. led the
singing, which was stirring, particu
larly when singing tho convention
song to the air of Hawaii Ponol.
Officers for tho coming year were
elected as follows: President, Thco
doro Richards; vlco presidents, D. L.
Naone, Rev. C. W. Hill, Rev. Kallno
and-Rer. J. M. Lydgate; secretary and
treasurer, Lyle A. Dickey.
A local Honolulu C. E. Union was
formed and officers elected In about
three minutes, aa follows: President
A. J. Coats; vice president, D. L. Na
one; secretary, Ada R. Whitney; treas
urer, W. Templeton; superintendent
of Junior Work. S. E. Perry.
The secretary's report showed fifteen
societies on tho Inlands ranging In
size from a Junior society of boys In
Kohala of ten members to Kawalahao
Society of 120. Tho Ewa society was
specially named for vigorous house to
house evangelistic work done overy
day In tho week through the district.
Tho Hawaiian badge banner sent
from Kohala by tho Junior society of
girls In the semlnnry was awarded for
the comlug year to Kawalahao C. E.
Wednesday. June C.
There was a largo number of pcoplo
present at tho commencement exercises
of tho Kamehameha school for Girls
last night. Following tho excellent
chorus work of tho girls undor tho di
rection of Miss S. Lillian BylnBton
came the reading of tho following es
wiyB by tho graduates: "A Glanco at
th cKltchcn," by Nancy Ahl; "An Old
Hawaiian Industry," Hannah Keanu;
"Nursing: Its Present Phnso nt Ka
mehameha," Hattlo Awann; "A Now
Industry: I.aw Making," Emma Kalpu;
"Our Reading Clubs," Margaret Ana
hu; "Social Life at Kamehameha: Its
Alms," Helen Desha; "A Domestic
Art," by Ester Akun.
Tho diplomas wore presented by Col.
W. F .Allen .one of tho trustees of Ka
mehameha. Tho guests wcro kindly Invited to In
spect tho Industrial work of tho girls.
A glanco Hiioweu mo mosi cxccucni
teaching that tho girls nro receiving
under tho present competent corps of
Thursday, Juno 7.
Tho annual meeting of the Ladles'
Portugucso Charltnblo Association was
held yesterday. Tho following officers
wcro elected for tho ensuing year:
President, Mrs. W. G. Irwin; First Vlco
President, Mrs. C. II. Hydo; Second
Vice President, Mrs. W. F. Allen; Act
ing Manager, Mrs. J. D. Marques:
Treasurer, M. A. Gonsalvcs.
Tho report of tho treasurer showed
receipts of $2,800.4S, an da balanco on
hand of $1,569.33. The sum of $50 wa3
voted us a donation to tho Associated
Charities. During tho year 15 Portu
gucso havq been cared for at tho hos
pltnl by tho socloty and eleven hav
becu assisted through tho Intervention
of tho society. Tho principal donations
for tho year wero: Hackfcld & Co
$1000. Mrs. W. G .Irwin, $500, Mr. Moot
$19, Mr. Joseph G. Scrrao, $10.
Thursday, Juno 7.
Two sessions of tho Board of Health
wero held yesterday. At tne afternoor
session Dr. Wood, president, produced
the correspondence relating to bubonic
plaguo at San Francisco and gave lm
own views on tho matter. The nctlon
taken was a ratification of what Pr.
Wood had already ordered with tho p
rovat of tho Executive Council.
Regarding tho alternative given c
fumigating tho cargo of the stramci
Australia or taking It back to San
franclsco, Dr. Wood opposed delaying
procedure until the Federnl authorl
.les take chargo of quarantine on th
Uth Inst. Hawaii had about a wecl.
if Independent existence and th.
3oard should endeavor to turn over th
port clean to the Federal officers.
W. O. Smith was present and gavi
nformatlon about fumigating appark
us In fiow York. Tho meeting agree,
hat caro should b'o taken In dealing
vlth nil vessels from San Francisco.
At the. evening session reports wer
jlven of sanitary work In tho city. The
lalin of Mr. Kennclly. an English
'ourlst, for personal clfccts lost In fu
migation, was not entertained.
Thursday, Juno 7.
Judgo Stanley, upon a statement ol
tho history of the raso by Henry Smith
Clerk of Judiciary, said he would sign
an order for dlschargo of F. A. Schacf
r, executor of the estate of Myron J.
Hose, when the widow files a written
:onscnt, Mr. Schncfcr waives more
than $3,000 due him so that the heirs
may retain possession of their home
itead In South street.
Hllo, Juno 2.T. J. Hlgglns of Olaa.
died on Wednesday morning, at 2:46
o'clock, at the homo of J. W. Mason,
where ho had been for some time past,
so as to bo nearer medical call. Mr.
Hlgglns was well known In Hllo and
district, having come somo Ave years
ago to Olaa whero ho went extensively
Into coffee culture. On tho formation
of the Hllo Mcrcantllo Co., Ltd., Mr.
Hlgglns became at once ono of the
largest stockuolders In the concern.
Prior to coming to tho Islands the de
ceased had, and at tho tlmo of death
still had, considerable interests in Chi
cago and Kansas. Mr. Hlgglns leaves
a widow and somo children. Hi?
funeral took placo on Wednesday after
Memorial Day exercises. Rov. Criuan
San Francisco, May 23. Special
Revenue Agent Burt M. Thomas, Depu
ty Internal Revenue Collector R. N.
Frlck and Special Gaugcr F. II. Drls
coll will leavo this city on tho 29th of
this month on tho steamer City of Pe
king to organlzo tho Internal rovenuo
system of tho Hawaiian Islands. The
deputy Collectors of Internal Ruvenue,
who will be appointed by John C.
Lynch, will bo citizens of tho Hawaiian
Islands nnd not adventurous spirits
On of tho most Important duties of
Mr. Thomas and his staff will lie to at
tcnil to tho registration of tho 30,000
Chlneso now In tho Islands. Resident
Clilneso laborers will bo furnished with
certificates entitling them to remain
there, but they will not bo allowed to
land on nny other part of tho United
States or Its colonies.
$200.00 IN PRIZES
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February ist and
luly 31st, shall send in the largest
lumber of new subscribers, the fol
oving prizes :
ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 070.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
0 choose between models 90, 02 and 94 of
he loco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
4odel 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
he bicycle to be selected from the stock
if the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
ir Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
e made bftween the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
tnd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choosB
etween these three stvles of machines:
hat with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
hat with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
p, both five-drawer machines, or the
' Automatic," with three drawers. This
nachlne will be finished bv B. Ber
ersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian,
$rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera
4x5. with Outfit $40.00,
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
lack, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
'Inlon for focusing. This camera may bs
tscd with either Plates or Films. The
mtfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod,
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Rack,
Iraduate, Stirring Hod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
tth 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 Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrgstrom
UubIc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
t. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
tast three months In advance.
a. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
lons will be counted In this contest as
tew subscriptions. Each name must be a
ona fide addition to the subscription lists.
j. Subscriptions should be sent In as
oon as secured, together with the name
ind address of the person to whom the
lubscriptlon is to be credited, as well as of
he subscriber. Great caresrould be ta ten
0 give ACCURATELY the fi II name and
ddress of each new ubscr!rer.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try (or these prizes.
Los Angeles, May 21. M. H. Flint.
Postal Inspector for this district will
leavo San Francisco for Honolulu on
Juno 1st with 150,000 worth of United
States postal stamps tor uso on tho
Islands. Tho transfer of tho postal
department of Hawaii to tho United
States will tako piano on Juno 28th.
Inspector II. P. Hall has already gone
to Honolulu to assist In tho work. ,
rnt Bvenmg Uulletln, 76 ceuu pei
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H Do Thou Likewise.
X- John Eraraeluth was Joking it
K' nbout tho disposal of tho balanco it
At nf his Juryman's fees on draw- V
A lng It nt noon. It was suggested
:; to him that tho Hospital for in- 0
H curablcs needed money for run- it
( nlng expenses. Mr. Eraicluth In it
X- stnntly set aside S12 for that oh- it
. Jcct. If the other Jurors followed .',
t this example tho hospital woul '
it bo secured In expenses for tw
t or three months. Mr. limmcluth
;' generosity Is tho moro marked U.
't view of his having been lined $25
it by tho Court for being tardy. it
Subscription Rates: J8.oo per year,
I2.00 for three months; strlctlv In advance.
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All druggists refund the moucj If It
(alia to cure. E. W Grove's signature
m on each box. 26 cents.
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