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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
I III) rtiaT PUPULAIS
1 '.. . -.4 .!
Vol. VIII. No. if,(j()
120 Laborers at Heeia
Decide Not to Work,
A hundred nnd twenty Jnpuno3o from
Hccln tilanlatlcn on tho other sldo of
thla Island, marched to town thla
morning to consult with the ugontn of
the Immigration companies mulct
which they signed ns contract lubor
era. On Saturday these Japanese demand
ed their contracts nnd on Sunday, the
plantation mnnng-.'r handi.I each cno
his paper. There was n big pow wow
nt the plantation Saturday night at
vhleh, It Is tindcrjiood, snnio nsltntors
("" invBtui. hum iiieeuu,; 1,1810,1
It was this morning Ihat thn eh.-ct nf
tlio meeting was dean fur. suddenly and
without Giving the slightest rr-nsun,
tho number of Japnnj nirntloned
quit their work and, gnltlmt their
clothes together, set oft for town.
They said nothing whatever about re
turning. Hy tho nctlon of tho Japan "io this
morning, Hccia plantation Is left. with
but u hundred and fifty m.n in do tho
work and, under hs clrcutnitnneei, tho
men who quit wont ran siv nhsolnielv
nothing If, upon desiring to return to
work, they are told by the ninn-igcmtnt
to go elsewhere.
HILO TO HAVE GOOD RACES
.. IWo Is going to have a good raco
meeting on tho Fourth, notwithstand
ing some unexpected discouragement?.
Tho derarturo of Colonel W. II. Corn
well and Prince David for the National
Democratic Convention caused many
blanks In tho horses that wcro going
to bo sent. Already it Is known, how
ever, that at least forty horses will ap
pear on tho Hoolulu park track.
John It. Wilson sent down six of hi?
horsen In tho Hclcno on Saturday. Of
Ylhclr merits for producing lively sport,
lit nceI only bo mentioned that tho
ltrlng. nt the Into Kaplolar.l park
Uiccling of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club,
won four out of six races.
wm. Norton Is going to send Direct
ress to raco Loupe, last sac's winner
of tho free for all trotting and pacing
event on tho Hawaiian Jockey Clubs
track. Loupe Is now tho property of
Clins. 10. Kagan of Olaa.
Ilonnlo Judd nnd Chns. I). Hclllna
will also send licet horses to IIIlo, and
other Honolulu owners are expected (o
do likewise. Albert Horner will con
tribute racers from his stables nt Ka
kalau. A quota will also bo furnished
from the district of Knu.
Tho Honolulu horses will bo forwnrd
ed In the Klnau on tho L'Ctli Inst.,
which will give tnem nearly seven days
for recovering their land legs after the
voyage. It Is likely that many ex
cursionists from Honolulu will go 'o
seo tho races and, Incidentally, tnkj
stock of the new enterprises and gen
eral progress of IIIlo and Its neighbor
Tllfi CHILDREN'S DANCE.
Tho exhibition given by Mrs. (Hum's
dancing class Saturday evening afford
ed a most pleasing sight of childish
grnco and beauty. Tho Opera llouso
was crowded with friends of iho chil
dren and every seat and all tlio boxos
wcro filled by tho society folk of Ho
uolnlu. Tho littlo ones have been well
trained and went through tho figures
of tho class dances without a hitch; tho
Individual dances of members of tho
, class were all very well and gracefully
I done and showed careful training and
A Good Meal,
Tho Union Grill has been an unquali
fied success from tho very start. Tho
fa mo of George Lycurgus as a caterer
to tho daintiest of palates extends even
beyond the bounds of Honolulu and tho
rejoicing among thnso who love a good
dinner was great when they heard that
Gcorgo was to provldo them. And not
only can you now get n real good din
ner at a restaurant In Honolulu hut It
Is provided among the dalntlebt of sur
roundings; tho apartment upstairs,
fitted fur ladles nnd dinner parties, tu
which one ascends over a soft carpeted
stnlrwny at the side, Is as attractive n
place as one could wish for a quiet
lunch or an after theater supper.
Tho grill will prove a boon for la
, dies down town shopping, whoso onlv
rccourso hitherto at lunch time ha
been to go hemo nnd It fills tho long
felt want so often expressed In Honolu
lu for a good llrst chiss restaurant.
Tho Klnau arrived from her usual
ports at about fi o'clock Saturday af
ternoon when she should havo been
In ut 1. The delay was caused by n run
to Knllua, Konn for Geo. II. Hobertson
and J. A. McCandlcss.
On the trip to IIIlo the Klnau found
tho Jas. Holph hovering about off La
halnn with a cargo of coal from the
Round for Klhel. Sho had been drifting
J bout In continiy weather for n week
r morc.jffriio Klnau towed her to her
tlestlnntlon. On tho return trip the
'Klnau towed tho Lyman I). Foster to
sea from Klhel.
CHINESE POLITICAL CLUB
Formation of New Orgaolzilion Ac
complished Satoithy Night.
OJtfor Gicfl Cwmnnnt No Tec'slon As to
Wbat Pa ty Cnlncse Will AOillate Willi
-Names of ODictrs.
In the neighborhood of sixty Chi
nese, Including the most Important
business men of that nationality In
uonoiuiu, met in the hall of the Unit
ed Chinese Society Saturday night u.
tho purpose of forming an Amcrlcan
Cnlncso political union. Thoso pres
ent were, of course, men who wv.i
cither born In Hnwnll or who had lid n
Tho meeting placed C. Wlnnm In tho
chair as temporary chairman. Tho
meeting was then called to order and
Mr. Wlnnm In n few well chosen' words
stated that tho object of the meeting
was to discuss n permanent tmlltlrctl
organization, under the now regime, of
Chinese entitled to vote by vlrtiii' of
their being Hawaiian born or of hav
ing become naturalized. Such Chinese
had certain rights and these shot.ld bo
After this panic nn Informal OUcu
sion during which those not acquainted
with what tho new stnto of nllalrs
means had things explained to them by
those who had followed the mutter
closely. There wero no speeches.
After deliberating and asking ad
vice, the temporary chairman annoint-
cd the following commlttco to diaw up
rules and by-laws for tho society to bo
presented at n meeting to bo held In n
few days: Wlnnm, Chock Hoy, Chlng
On, Ho Fon, Wong Chow, Ng Chun and
Tho following officers wcro elected
to sol vc during tho ensuing year:
President Wong Kwal.
Vice President LI Chcong.
English Secretary W. Y. Kwal
Chinese Secretary C. Din Sing.
Treasurer Wong Lcong.
One of tho ofllccrs gavo out the fol
lowing to a Uullctln reporter this
"Wo arc out for good government
and equal rights. Of course, what wo
want first of all, Is u recognition of our
rights ns full Hedged American citizen
but we will bo nt nil times for clean
"Wo t. -.nno t say Just now whit pa'ty
wo will amilato with but I understand
that all who wero present nt Saturday
night's meeting will rnngo themselves
on one side. No, wo will not be Inde
pendent. What wo nro to bo will cme
out at tho next meeting of thn club."
It U understood on good nuihorlty
that the Chinese will unlto with tho
Republican party. No permanent name
has yet been chosen. This will bo de
cided on at the next meeting.
INDEPENDENT PARTY OP MAUI,
Wnlluku, Juue 1C There wns an
other meeting of tho native Indepen
dent party at Walheo last Thursday
evening. Mr. Edwards, delegate to Ho
nolulu, announced to the meeting the
dcslro of the native leaders In Hono
lulu not to affiliate with either tho Re
publican or Democratic parties.
Speeches wcro made by Thos. Clnrk
and J. R Hush. Among the names men
tioned as tho Maul ticket of the Inde
pendent party for next election wero:
Senate W. II. Cornwall, John Richard
son and Thos. Clark. House of Rep
resentatives Wm. White and S. 13.
Knluo wero the only possible candi
dates so far nnd probably Knmakclo
af Kuln district.
Will 8 tort Poker Den.
It is learned on good authority that
two men, no win Honolulu, will soon
3et up n rokcr dtn in tho midst of tho
ilty In open defiance to the local luws.
1'hey maintain Hint poker Is not a per
centage game and state that they are
backed up by opinion after opinion In
ho States. In cuso of arrest, which
hey expect will follow speedily, they
will carry their caso through tho courts
:o test the law.
The auction sale of "ho llrst w rclcsa
olegraphy message was held In tne
'Japltol grounds Saturday afternoon.
Tho message was bought through the
lrm of Ilurnctte & Oeeke- for fiC.
Will R. Fisher paid W for tho right of
auctioneering the m-sagi. thus mak
ing $80 to turn over to such chur'tj
is the purchaser may designate.
Fo rflno full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. II. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Thise
ihlrts are strictly high grndo as to lit
Mud ni Typswrilii
Day and Night Classes
ROOM! ii-ii, rj rionr a A, M 1 1
-4 P. M
Hours I no o-jo i
HONOLULU. TKUKITOKY OF
MAUI JAPANESE ARK UGLY
Laborers Attack Agents Giving Hum
Police Promptly FJ'cl Lalnrtfc From Their
Qiurtirs Imm'grdtion AR-nts R fuse to
Proucute Want Hre Muipy.
Wnlluku, Juno 1C Most of tho Maul
plantations nio In a great idllkln nnw
as all tho Japanese contract laborers
struck for higher wages yesterday. All
tho Japanese nskcil at least ono dollar
per day, u demand which the planta
tion managcis cannot readily coniplv
Tho lnborcis know now Hint they ar-
fico laboicis, that the contract system
hns been wiped off the fnce of tho Ha
waiian Islands, so they seem to think
that ns fico men, they nic frco to de
mand what compensation their services
nro worth In their own estimation.
I ho Iaboreis bnvo not consented to
go to woik at the pay the plantation
managers are now willing to give them.
viz.: $17 per month. Soino natives nnd
Portuguese have also Joined In the
strike. Klhel nnd Spreckclsvlllo Ja
panese have not stiucit yet.
Sheriff L. M. Haldwln nnd a strong
posse of Wnlluku police were summon
ed to Lahalna Inst Thursday. June llth.
to quell u disturbance among tho Ja
panese contract laboiers at Kaanapali,
It seems Hint on that morning three
Japanese gentlemen sent over from Ho
nolulu by the Japanese Immigration
company arrived nt Kaunnpull nnd they
cnucnvorcii to reason with their coun
trymen not to put the plantations In
Jeopardy by quitting woik as they had
intended to do If they did not get nn
Increase of pay. These words of advlco
wcro too much for the Ignorant nnd In
furiated Japanese nnd the ring leaders
attacked the three gentlemen from Ho
nolulu with clubs and knives, tho lat
ter barely escaping with their lives to
tho houso of the head lunn, nirkmcyer.
They received nasty gashes on the head
nnd face from the clubs wielded by the
The thrco Injured commissioner
from Honolulu are now being cared for
by the plantation doctor, but they re
fused to prosecute their assailants,
claiming that tlulr actions v.eio those
of madmen and that they did not know
nor feel the lcsponslblllty of their of
Tense. When the pnllco reached Lahol
na, tho row hud already quieted down
and tho nttentlon of tho whole police
forco from Wnlluku was turned to
wards ejecting from tho plantation
quarters the Japanese who refused to
go to work, n task which was by no
means easy. Under Sheriff Ilaldwln'n
guidance the Japanese wero forcibly
ejected from their quarters without
Jim. W. HcrgHtrnm.
Mr. Jns. W. Rcrgstioni tho manager
of tho Uergstrom Music Co. will return
to Honolulu the latter par', of this
month bringing with him the most
complete stock of piano and muslo
Instruments over brought to this coun
try. Among tho novelties he hns scuurod
ns tho wonderful automatic banjo that
has attracted so much attention on no
count of tho marvelous way In whlcii
It renders the most difficult clnsalcnl
and popular selections, porfoniilm;
them with an execution beyond human
Ho will nlso lntroduco tho Zono
graph, a new piano playing attachment
superior to anything yet Invented in
that lino nnd nf a much reduced price.
Hut what will probably pleaso tho
musle loving people of Honolulu most
will bo n benutlful ClileUerlns grand
concert plnno which will no loaned
freely by the music company 'or con
Although Mr. Hcrgslrom has enjoyed
much of tho Mnlnlnnd eutortuinnient
he says ho will bo glad to irturn to tho
sunny clime of Hnwnll ii'l.
Pont Office Appointments.
At about 5 o'clock Saturday ofter
noon Postmaster General Oat summon
ed Messrs. Kcnnkc onil Madiera of thn
deportment tint' told them of their ap
pointment by him to tho posts of treas
urer and nsslstnnt postmaster respec
tively. The two youuc men are emi
nently sultod to Ihe positions. Mr. Ke
nnlta hns ever been known lis m oblig
ing nnd courteous ofriccr nnd his apa
Ity for work has made him well
known In the Stntis as well as at homn.
Mr. .Madeira Is comparatively a new
man but, during his connection with
the department, he hns shown himself
a most efficient ofllcer. Tliln Is his
fifth promotion under Mr. Oat. Mr.
Madeira Is from Santa Cruz, Cal.
11th OK JUNK.
Hawaiian nnd Ainerlcnn lings can l
;otttn In Iwnknml's store, Hotel street.
Messrs. I). II. Case, Jas. L. Coke. W.
0. Alkrn nnd Judge C. S. Smith of IIIlo
Client last Sundny night on tho top of
'Inlenkala, Tho parties, excepting Mr.
I-Mkcn. returned to Wnlluku Into on the
HAWAJF, MONDAY, JUNE
RAPID TRANSIT THIS YEAR
Constuctlon of Roadbed to B-uio In
Sipitmber Acd Be Rushed.
System In Three Divisions to Conoid Diamond
rkd and Moaualui, Hulur and Null-
anu-Syle cf Cats.
Clinton (5. Dallcnlyne. manager of
Iho Honolulu Itiiuld Transit nnd Lnml
Company, who returned from uio
Mainland Inst week, this morning gave
a lliillctln .icportcr n talk about hu
trip ami the practical Intentions of the
"My business' nwoy was the pur
chase of material for the roadbed and
overhead structure, nlso the pel fectlng
of arrangements for tno transportation
of our material frcm tho Kant, all of
which, with the exception of the cars,
Is now in transit. 'I no cars will roilnw
later and bo hero In time to p-rnilt
tnclr being nsstmblc.. and mounted on
tno truciis when the power plant Is
icndy for operation.
"Our engines, boilers nnd genorntora
nro now at Seattle. 'Iho rails uic on
the way across tlio continent from
Sterlton. i-a. Our poles, tics nnd
building material nro now loading on
tho Sound and will be hero bcv-:n
tho middle and end of July.
"Actual coii8truci.on of the roadbed
will begin the early part or Septcmncr
nnd bo rapidly pushed by tho most Im
proved methods until the svslnin. ii.
3lstlng of about twenty mlics. Has
uccn completed. Tho lines will cov-r
the residence and business portions of
the city very completely.
'From l'unuhou through Wilder ave
nue, Lunalllo, Alnpal, King and i.lll
ha streets will constitute ono dlv.alou.
Another will cover n routo from Mo
inalua to Diamond Head. Te tun,
division wlii extend from tho water
front to rsuunnu vnllcy near tho Oov
?rnmcnt electric light works by way of
"Hut one faro of five- cents will bo
idiargcd between any two points, lor a
jontlnuous Journey, In tho entlro sjs
ein. School children up to the age of
17 yeais will travel for two and a half
"A trailer will bo attached to eaeli
motor car. In which smokers, carrier
if .llsh, nnd Chinese nnd Japanese li
tiorlng people will be expected to tra
.el. -wo intcnii to ask tho Hoard . f
Health to pass n regulation to make
'xpcetorotlng In nil cars a mM'l'Siimm
r. If the Hoard do thla wv shall en
foico it to the letter
All of our ears, with tho exception
of two excursion cars, havo crrM seat,
with middle nlslrs. An elctrle pmh
button Is fitted Into each ntanehlon,
which passengers will use instead f n
bell rope. Kvcry cur will havo Its nu
torman and Its conductor.
"Unless dimcultlcs at present unfore
seen should arise, we shall havo t con
siderable portion of the systim In
operation by tho end of tho year."
Golitt; to Pur-lit.
Win. II. Sea. Tom Hennessey, Wil
liam Ellis, Tom Sllva, Bast Kahulu
and "July," tho bIx young Hnwallnns
now singing Hawaiian Bongs for swell
functions In San Francisco, have de
cided to leave soon for Paris, thcro to
try their hand nt charming the Paris
ians with their music. From letters re
cently received from San Francisco tlio
buys nro doing remarkably well. They
havo engagements nearly every night
ami piay almost exclusively ut social
Several times have clubs of this kind
gno from hero to tho States, but these
unvo always returned "strapped." How
ever, this fact hns been Invariably duo
to bad management. Tho club now In
San Francisco Is working entirely on a
business basis, and each man must live
up to tho agreements made. The
young men nro living ns Inexpensively
ns possible and are saving all their
money for tho trip to Paris.
Attorney Strauss has been given irj
tlco of appeal In tho caso of Wong Man,
sentenced to ono months' Imprison -men
on tho charge of larceny In tho
second dcgiee. Thcio has been con
siderable talk In town about this ea-v.
Some even go so far as to hint at j
"set up Job" on the part of tho Japan
ese living In tho house out of which tho
Chinaman Is alleged to hnvo been seen
coming with a paper box of money.
Mtui Police CluingcK.
Wnlluku, Juno 1C Win. K. Saffciy
and Wm. Kennu wcro nppoluted cap
tain niul lieutenant respectively for the
Wnlluku police force on Admission Day
June 14 th. Former Captnln of Police
Cuy S. Gncdix-.-.j Is now timekeeper nt
tho Klhel plantation. Theso appoint
ments of Sheriff Haldwln havo met
with the approval of this community.
Ornt's Hernisdorf dyo black sox su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. HII Kerr & Co.'s. Queen street for
ono week only; don't fail to see them.
MAUI'S ADMISSION DAY
Enthusiastically Observed by Luau Id
Beautiful Iio Valley. .
Over Six Hundred Pop'e Took Part -Spccctes
ly RcterhOD, K-tlua and Bush
Dacclcg acd Slnglrg.
Wnlluku, Juno 10. Last Sunday nf
ternoon several of the prominent citi
zens of Wnlluku and Kahulul met in
tho com (house to dlseuss ways ami
means for properly celebrating Admis
sion Day, June 1 1. Judge J. W. Kalun
Presided. The following .committees
Finance C. 11. Wells, Geo. Hons, J.
T. Alull, 1). L. Meyer and It. W. Filler.
Arrangement John W. Kalun, L. M.
Haldwm, Jno. T. Alull, S. W. Kalclkau
and Jas. T.- Taylor. Kntertalnnicnt
Jas. N. K. Kcolii, C. Wuldeycr. Mrs.
Heapy. the .Misses lions nnd .Margaret
Mcbsrs. 0. H. Hobertson nnd Juhn W.
Knliin wero selected us oratois of the
Kamchameha Day passed unnotlre.l
In Wnlluku, ns the various committees
to whom the work of getlng up the
luau were entrusted, were busy arrang
ing for the llth. Messrs. .1. W. Kalu.i.
J. T. Taylor nnd John T. Alull sent Up
K.uiBH i.i men io ino vamy to clear
tlio place where the luau was to be
held. The spot chosen was a little
above the second ciosslug nnd n few
bundled yards nbovo the memorable
spot whero Kamehameha tho Great
waged his famous battle with the sons
of Knhekill, the King of Maul, during
the latter part of tho last century.
Sheriff Haldwln also kindly allowed a
number of prl3anera to clear up tho lan
tnnn bushes on tho Ino road loading to
the place. Hlg stones weie moved from
the stream In order to inuitc tho cross
ings easily pnsslblo for vehicle, a
largo plutfoim for dancing was nlso
erected, which was the most novel fea
turo of the undertaking.
Judge Kalua nnd the big gang of men
and women under him worKed day nnd
night In order to make tho affair a
great success nnd their efforts wcro not
In vnln ns Judged by thoso who parti
cipated In the festivities.
MrM. ttrinv nttil Mtuo Vn.n 1....1 t...
two days to train u select number of
ladles and gentlemen to sing patriotic
Hawaiian nnd American airs appro
priate to the occasion.
At 11 n. m. Bluirp tho choir of Indies
and gentlemen under Mrs. Heapy and
.Miss Nape sang "Tho Hed, White and
Hluo ' nnd "Hawaii Fair."
O. H. Hobertson, ointor of the day,
was then Introduced to the largo as
semblage of Hnwulluns nnd foreigner
John 13. lliihh followed Mr. Hnbert
son In n nent little speech In Kngllsh
nnd Hawaiian. Judge Kalua Indulged
In humorous speech which brought
forth laughter from all quarters. Hut
one thing he Impressed on 'his hearers
was the fatt that all were American
cltiitns now, and tho brown skin sub
jects of President McKlnlcy must not
rlso by steps but by Just one hound nnd
be equal to the occasion, that Is bo tho
equal of any other under the protection
of the American eaglc Tho exercises
closed with the choir singing "Amer
ica," "Hawaii Ponnl," and "Tlio Slut
The large usscmhlago then wns seat
ed nt three long tables provided for
the occatdon and enjoyed the many
good things laid on tho table and pre
pared In real Hawaiian fashion.
After tho luau tho dancers whlled
awuy tho rcHt of tho afternoon In tho
dnnclng pavilion. Music was furnish
ed by tho combined orchestras from
Wnlhco and Wnlluku. Tho finance
committee, In the very short while giv
en them, cullccted nearly $100 which
will bo nearly sufficient to meet all ex
penses of tho luau.
At t lie Oriilicuin.
The nh-us popular Mnscotto Is se
lected ns tho opening bill this week.
Tho Mimiotto Is well Known as a regu
lar I'tisorviili' cf funny Hayings ami do
ings iilK.hiiif.cd by Lorenzo, Wm.
Wnllf. nnd Ids Lord Chamberlain, Hoe-
co, .Mr. Hraiuion. 'I hero Is also n good
deal cf pretty Inuslo In the opera and
the three acts or country, camp nnd
com t life gli- opportunity for n brll-
Hnnt dl.sp!..y cf costuming. Mr. Oof?
plnys tlio part of Peppo the shepherd
and Mr. Hakcr lb reported well enough
to Mug Frederick. Hcttlnn. the Mas
cotte Is to bo handled by .Miss Sallln
ger. Altogether what with the meuy-
tnaklng nnd tho musle Tho Mascotto
should havo n successful run. Tho Or
pheum management have nnnouii'-ed
their Intention of reducing the gallery
prices to '2T, en's, n cut rate that should
provo highly popular.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace J. Craft return
ed from Manij. Hawaii, In the Klnau
Saturday. During their three weeks'
stny they saw a lot of good hunting,
killing n lot of pigs and quail. Mr.
Craft found n pretty curly head puppy
In tho woods and brought It homo to
raise. It Is a well known fact that wild
dogs nbound In tho woods about Mann.
PltlOE 5 (Junta.
Governor Dole Hole's
His first Council
Oovernor S. II. Dnh, held hhi first
council with bends if di.ii'tmrnta thla
morning. Those iUt"ndlng were-' II,
K. Coopcr.Scerctaryof the Territory, !;,
P. Dole, Attorney General; J. A. Mc
Candlcss. Supciintcmiu.t of Public
Woiks; J. F. lirown, Commissioner of
Lands; A. T. Atkliu.m, Supcilutudent
of Public Instruction, and A T. Ilawes,
The Governor briaflr nddrcsasd tho
ollleials on matters f detail mid read
justment of public lijMiiPii transferred
from tho Kcpubilc to th Territory.
Kooins nnd new cle: :s wcro dlscuosad
in this connection.
Mr. Cooper as Tri.iiur"r submitted .v
statement of revenues nml expenditures
on current account for the teit jf tho
year, expenditures nuthorled to Do
ceinber .11, 19(10 .inioUiit to i l.lfr',l!)2,
The revenue estlimi.-d to the same -into
Is ?100,I5.1.FO, which with mr.ney on
hand promises n lu-.l-mce of ?Cni,lC.".01.
These figures nio, however . only cp
prnxlmute, as new expndlfui's may bo
authorized In tho in-antlnw nnd tho
revenue estimate :onn on-, differently
one way or the other.
The Attorney General read reports
from Sheriff Hald.vin of Maul nn.l
Sheriff Coney of Kauai regarding th
icMornunn to civil Uglits of ceilnin
persons In their respeotlv.j chrloval
tlcs. F. Garcia was vcommend.'"l to Iho
Treasurer for a light wine and beer
Commissioner Drawn reported that
Japanese wero commuting depnda
tlons In the forest resai vntlon r.long
the Volcano road. Tho matter was re
ferred to the Superintendent of Pub
He Works for stopping.
Mr. Cooper nomln.vd Thomas O.
Thrum for Registrar of ('oiivrvnnrru
nnd the following named for nssenra-
Jonathan Shaw forOaliu; C. II Mickey,
imu, .tioioKni and l.nn.U; N. C. Wlll
fong. Hnwnll. and J. K. Karlov. Knur.l
E.irlv tniniirrnw in irnlnir n. , !,- -,, 1
O-diu j.ill trims will shoot a lille match at
the Iwi'el butt, it will be rnn nibbed
lint rav.li tr.i-n h s won a mntrlt. lie
nn- trvmir iw will he In il.rl,t tl, . I,...
plopshlp The very htst men will re e t
it . I lie balance ! lavorU u-ltu .h-
Twos:- w.of Austrill.i n.igl.t will be
towed fnin the quirantl-e to 'be Oce nic
wharf thl. ateno n. I he first I eight
we it ,iaoss S.itu dav afer omi. At the
pres nt slow ra'e it ill take about a wtek
to get all ihe t tig t over.
A foreign stcannr w.is tclepohiied
off Wnlmnnala at 2: t Op m.
Till: WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PFN. All sizes, all shapes. II.
F. WICHMAN. .
Of the VlTi head )f mules nnd horors
on the Olympic, fij arc tin former Mid
XA of the latter. Thny arc owned by tr.o
Honolulu Stock Y-irdu Co., California
Feed Co. and Wm. Norton. Tho f-oven
cows nnd three eal.-.-s aboard ate nlso
for the Stock Yards Co., J. a. Hill, S.
II. Grlgsby and Wm. Hied are tho men
who rami! with the stock.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers1 Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete with good fiti,
Rood style ana good wear.
If you cannot conr In with vuur
chlldien. enJ them in and they will re
eelve just the same care and atit-iuion,
and their eft will he pM as taretullj
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll lit the loot it you'll fojt til!
11M, and rromise you Hut M will tt