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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE L3 liiOO.
Pkioh 5 Obntb.
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PLENTY OE FIGHT REMAINS
Botha Beaten Back Bat Another
Boers Stow Great Rectiperatlre Force -Roberts
Admits His Difficulties -Buller
London, June 15.-3:30 n. m. That
Commandant General Lo'iln Dotbn
should have been able to stall for two
tin) s against Lord Roberts and then re
treat without losing any guns or hav
ing any of his men captured is taken to
mean that he has a force which the
Urltlsli must still reckon as formid
able when acting defensive'-. The pa
cification of the whole Transvaal, es
pecially the wide Bpaces, far from thi
ralhvnn, Is looked upon ns u business
requiring months rather than week:.
Meanwhile, eerj thing goei well for
the Urltlsli arms.
The War Officii has made public i
dispatch from General Duller accepting
the congratulations of S'vn tar f
State for War Lord Lanseluwnc, .'i
which he says: "1 ho Dorset, who
have been unlucky, had a chance ut
Almond's Nik nnd slioucJ themselves
to be as good ns any other. About 150
jards at each end of Lalug's Nek tun
nel Is blown In, nnd It will require scl
eral dajs to remove the debits. The
Hue Is otherwise uninjured and open
to the reversing stations and also to
A Uoer bulletin issued Ju ;t 12th at
Muchadoclorp, said: "Doth vlngs of the
Federal forces touched the advancing
in my at 1 a. m. )esterday. l'lghtluj
continued until dark. Tue eneto.
Though In overwhelming numbers,
v.ere checked along a line of thlrt
slx miles, and the burghers succeeded
In driving back their right wing five
miles. Two burghers were killed and
Another Macbadodorp announce
ment Is that the first regiment of Gen
eral Uuller's force attacked Almond's
Nek, and was "annihilated," but as the
Urltlsli were In overwhelming force
the burghers were compelled to nbaiv
don the Nek.
Expect Another Battle.
London, June 15, 4 a. m. Lord Rob
erts' dispatches leave affairs east of
Pretoria with the lloers withdrawn to
new positions Tuesday. News of fresh
fighting Is expected at the War Office
but none came last night.
Army Transport Thomntt.
The U. S. A. T. Thomas, BuforJ com
mander, arrived In part an J hauled along
slJe the Pacific Malt ulnrf Sundav
afternoon. She silleJ from San Fnn lco
at 12 noon on the ifitli inst. She has
aboard n the nelgnbo li.oj of 400 recruits
and a number of cibln planters. The
officers aboard are as follows: Major C,
A. Williams, nth Infantry; Lieut, thus,
M. Knox, 27th Infantry; Lieut. T. A.
Vicars, 21st Infantrv; Actio assistant Sur
geon Rodney D. Smith and Captain Max
well . Slmrson. assistant surgeon squad
ron Philippine cavalr; C, G.Sawtelle,
Jr , captain and quartermasterof the trans
port; G. F. Jeuneman, surgeon; C. L,
Clayton, quartermaster's clerk and J. C.
Kochehaver, commissary clerk. The pas
senger list will be found In the regular
Good Men at Work.
The Japanese nnd Chines. on Llll'ia
street must keep their nines ilmn
No filth will bo allowed. The fining of
the Japanese In the Police Comt fur
Rotating the Banltnry regulations lias
hnd 11 wholesome effcit. Hver Chliin
man and Japanese In tho new Chlm
town on Lilian street Knows that Pied
Leslie nnd T. W, Carroll patiot the
plnie eery doy, tho former on the
Kwa and the latter on, the Wnlklki
side. With such good men looking lif
ter the proper Bimitntlon of the pace,
the resleknts who have b-en fcnrln;
the new Chinatown as a pest breeding
place nocel no longer feel unconifnit
able. Thoniiiti Bulgcn, Sailor.
Thomas Bulgan, a sailor, appeared In
the Police Court this lorenoon on the
charge of drunkenness. Bicycle Patrolman
.1 Mobsmen testified that lie went to the
Oceanic wharf and remoed Bulgen at the
otde'S of the captain of the vessel. He
was drunk aid staggered all the way up
town. The sailor denied being drunk,
saying the captain had him anested be
c u'e he went to him and askej him for
a dollar to buy some fo d. Judge Wilcox
dlscti irge the sailor, stating that, If the
captiln did not appear ngilnst thesitlur
alter ha jng had nlm arrested, lie had no
desire to line the fellow.
Water for .Wcltrydc.
A tremendous flow of water was
struck In tho fourth well in tho liana
pepo alley, Kauai, last week. Tho
last one, hunted near tlio site wt
upart for tlio pumping plant, soon to
he installed, tins )lclded tho greitest
flow. Ilorlng nt different places In the
uilloy will bo continued
It Is understood on jioo I ..iithurlt)
(lint the directors of Mtllrik lino de
cided tu let another two mouths go
by without culling nssBinentH
Till: WATCHMAN IDIIAL l'OL'N
TAIN Pi:N All hIzl-m, till shapes, II
'I ho (use of I'runk Miller ihargid
wltli assault unit battery nn Hooncy,
was lulled fur sentence In lliet Pollen
Court this morning, hut Judgi iVIhov
lice Idi it to let It Kl over until the "oth
er riiun" In Hie fracas at Kckuuki) run
MAUI JAPS ON RAMPAGE
Laborers at Spreftelsillle Fight With
Sticks and Stones.
Agitators Quelled by Black Snakes In
Capable Bands-Police Do Tbelr
Wallukit, Juno 23. The Japance"
contrnct laborers of Sprcckelsvllbt
plantation numbering about 2400 have
Joined the ngltntorB of the ether plan
tations nnd demanded higher pay at
tho rnto of J1.00 n day for ordinary la
borers. The strikers quit work In a body
Tuesday, Juno 19th. On thr afternoon
of the same, day, Moses Kauhlmahli,
census enumerator, nnd his Japanese.
Interpreter, went up to camp 5. Spieck
clallle, to toko the names of 'he Ja
panese In that camp, but thy 7cre
driven out by the ringleaders evident
ly taking them for plantation t pies tent
there to take down the names of tboisa
who did not turn out to woi). that day.
.Mr. Kniililmahu escaped unscathed, but
the Japanese Interpreter reeehtd te-
ere cuts on his head and face and also
on his hands from sticks nnd dubs
wielded by the infuriated Japs who
wero lost to reason, and lll.e mndmen
wanted to take the laws Into the-lr own
hands. It was late that evening when
Kniihlmahit nnd his Interpreter rear he el
Wallukti nnd their Injuries attended to
by Dr. Wcddlck, the government pbyil
clnn. On the following day, Wednesday,
Sheriff Ilaldwln, Deputy Sheriffs Hay-
seldcn and King, accompanied by the
Wnlluku and Mnkawao police and sonee
specials, numbering in all about forty,!
went up to Spreckclsvllle to arret t the
ringleaders. On ncarlng camp G the;
met the 2400 Japanese laborers from all
the camps on Sprcckelsvllle plantation,
who refused to give up the men en
gaged tho night before iu fht affray
with the census enumerator..
The police charged on the men on
horseback with their black snake whips
In hand. The Japanese attempted to
check the advance of the police, by
hurling stones, clubs and hoes. Hut
the charge of tho police was so well
made and the black snakes to well di
rected that It 'was not long when the
Japanese were seen to retreat In nil
directions nnd leave the police In con
trol of the situation. The police did
not make use of any firearms although
they wero well provided.
Manager W. J. Lovvrle, J. Hay Wode-
house, Jr., and scleral others of the
specials that went up with the police,
were hit with stones by the Japanese
hut not w 1th such force as tu occasion
About eight of the ringleaders of the
pre lous night were arrested and
brought to Wnlluku jail where they
are awaiting trlul which will come off
Wednesday night while the Japancte
were In Walluku Jail, grave fears wirj
entertained by the police that the
Japanese would come In n body to
Walluku Jail to release their countiy
men, in consequenco of which the Jail
was doubly guarded. None of the Ja
panese showed up nnd It was well for
them they did not.
On Krlelny several of the Japanese
day laborers on SpreckelMllle plant
Hon concluded to go to work but tho
contract men made threat' in do them
bodily harm that night and the matter
wns leportod to Deputy Sheriff lluysel-
den He got up n force stiong enough
to quell nny disturbance. Hut tho trou
ble dlil not materialize and the police
did not go up although all wero In
leadlness for lmmodlute emergencies
The Wnlluku police hne had ery lit
tle rest during this week being tlv.-nvH
responsive to where duty culls them
whether by day or night, nnd they . re
deserving of praise, for without their
aid the Japanese ngltatoi 1 would by
tills time have been enabled to elldiHe
their own terms to plantation irunu-
Attacked Manager WcIIh.
The strike on tho Walluku plantation
Is nlmost nt an end, us almost nil tlu
contract laborers have concl tiled to go
back to work, and the Walluku mill has
been running to its full capacity thc-su
Last Tuesday, however, M inagcr ('
II, Wells line! ('has l.ennot. Secretary
of the Uibor llureau on Maul, at
tempted to foiclbly eject tho Japanese
conduct laborers from the plantation
quarters for refusliifg to go to work
The Japanese refused point blank to
move out of their present phas.irt
quarters, claiming that thov must have
nt least ten (lavs' notice to epilt 111-
HONOLULU s SCHOOL
Day and Nioiit Clasps
HOOMI ll-ll, 111 1 1(101 ,-(?
HcWH-1 1 C
JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS SATISFACTORY
Washington, I). C, June 9. One effect of the adoption of a Tcrritor-
Inl form of government for Hnwnll will be the immediate transfer of
Hnwailan affairs from the Department of State to that of the Interior. sV
Governor Dole has bcei notified that after Juno tl nil official buMneas
with tho United States must ho transacted through the Interior Depart-
The selection of the Hawaiian Jitellclnry by the President gives gen-
oral satisfaction here among those acquainted with Hawaiian affairs.
United States Scnntor Clntk said of the appointments
"The Judges selected by tho President arc good men nnd I feel certain
that In their hnnds the Interests of the people of the Islands will be
safe. Good Judgment has been exercised In the selection, and Hawaii Is
fortunate In having n splendid government In nit its departments."
Senator Cullom, who has been taking 11 great Interest In ilswnllan
nlTulis, and whose Judicious handling of the Hawaiian bill nttintcted
miiLh nttentlon while It was before Congress, Is also nlcnscct with the
President's selections. The Senatoi Is particularly pleased with the so-
lection of Judge Little, "who," he said, "rendered very effective ser-
vice In getting tho bill in shnpc lei, tho Hbuse nnd In securing many :
beneficial features for the Hawaiian; toeople which only one wkq has
lived among them could have scdM-cfl, iK,?
Tho newly appointed Pcdcrnl olllcers are making nn effort to leave
San Francisco for the Islands n June 22. I'nlteel States Marshal
Itay will take with htm from here the commissions of Judge IMco
and Attorney Da Irel nnd the three officers will be sworn In nt San
Francisco. Marshal Hay will be accompanied by his daughter, who
will, for tho present, act 11. his office deputy. J. A. Illtr.CKONS.
cording to law. Messrs. Wells and
Lennox went to the plantation quar
ters near tao bridge nnd entered tlei
Japanese quarters with tho purpose of
carrying out their wishes but the Ja
panese got hold of both Mr. Wells nnd
Lennox nnd threw- them outside. Man
ager Weljs called upon police aid, and
the police being on horBcbnck chnrged
upon the helpless Japanese nnd drove
Piitn Striken Quiet.
Tlio Jnp nicsei of Pnla plantation Join
ed the strikers on i'rldny hut so far
they have not performed nny violent
nets to outsiders. A gang of Sprcck
clsvillo Japanese nttempted to get In
to Klbel yesterday lint they were met
outside KIIipI boundaries by Malinger
Pogue nnd his men, who were apprais
ed of the Impending clang?!, nnd the
visitors wero driven nwny without loss
to either combatants. The I.ahalna
Pioneer Sugnr Company nnd the Wnl
luku Sugar Company aro working with
their full forces again.
San Francisco Declared
A Plague Infected Port
Dr. Cnrmtchatl recflved tato Intel
llgcneo by the Transport Thomas In re
gnrd to the plague situation In San
Ills Information Is to the effect that
Dr. Klnyoun has declared the port of
San Kranclsco infected nccordlng to the
1' 11 1 ted States laws of IR'10 and that
Governor Gago has Issued 1111 inj mo
tion against him. There is a decided
mess in Snn Francisco ns fir ns the
plague situation is concerned.
Dr. Cnrmlchnel stntes that ho ie
ceived no news of tho quarantining of
the United Stales against can Fran
cisco. Tho quarantine nn thit phice
was raised em the lnth Inst.
CHARGED WITH PHOI-ANITV.
Sclinnclc Got Angry nt Snvleljjc
and Called Nihiich.
J. II. Sthnuek was n nested this
inclining on a warrant swim out by
Wm H.ivlclge. charging him with us
ing profane language. Schnark put up
ball and appeared in the Police Court
11 little later on. Ho staled that he line
culled Savldgo a dirty
but that he hud 11 pcrfee t right to do so
under the circumstances.
Schnnck, being sworn, took thu
stand He said that Willie Savldgo
had spread about town the report that
ho had worn his (Savldge's) dress suit
to the Admission Day hall. At first he
took tho whole thing as a 'oke but It
got so that, every corner ho turned,
someono "guyed" htm about the suit
he woro to the ball.
Judge Wilcox lectured tho defendant
severely saying he should have known
that It would have tnkrn a pile driver
to get him Into Savldge's 'lollies in'
inereforo should not have ronstdored
tlin matter seriously. A flno of J3 nnd
costs was Imposed.
How to ExtlnfjulHlt KnnUii
Itolieit W. Wile ox was iisI.im! thU
inclining about the lesults of ills tciui
loiind this Island with Messrs. Kahili
oknlaui nnd Knulln
"liver thing was nil right," the Ha
waiian iirutin answered "only for tho
foolishness of Kniilla, talking about
iihtoratlon of the monarch
"What loiiIiI we 1I0 with him' Tho
out) wii) to stop his talk Is for the
Aloha Ainu to turn him out.
Improved Hunlfaey Conditioner
J. Hmmcluth, John Magoon, A I'
Cooke, I'red Harrison nnd others, own
ers of large groups of tonemt houses In
tho Kcvvnlo district, havo all readily
consented to follow out the taiggestlons
of tho Hoard of Health along the Hue
of the improvement of tho 8.111 1 tar
conditions of their holdings. These
men own in the neighborhood of fifty
cottages In Knwulo.
Tlio Cen oner's Jury In the caso of
Jules do llarre, the Olympic sailor
di owned in the harbor, nut In the
eisof largo giuups of teneui'iit houses
in tlio Kownlo cllstrlc t.have all readily
was accidental diiivvnlng
People who leeenlly leliirued from
Kauai lepoit a soit of mania anioiig
Hie Chinese nil over Kauai since the
visit tlicic of Leung Ivhiil Chow, the
Chlncsei rcfnimcr. 'I his mania lias ie
hilllc'd In Hie wholesale chopping off nf
queues unci the ilonnlug life lollies worn
by foil Ign devils"
To rflnii full dress slillU nt tl 00 null
t, II Kerr & Co,. (Jiteeit strict. 'I liiiio
slilits are ttili tly high guide ns In lit
'I lie lust 1 ni load nf Atutnilh frill, lit
was si'llt flillll I he illlllllillllre III llin
Oiiunli Kliaif Ibis fun noon. It has
lukill Just ItiliK weeks time In atli'iul
to Hits freight uiul the Australia Is
uhiiut due ugulu,
Probably Special Session
After Regular Election
In nil probability there will he no
special election for the Terrltorl il
F. M. Hatch, Dr. C. II Wool nnd A.
O, M. Robertson wero called In con
sultation with tlio Governor's Council
on tho matter this morning.
Governor Dole nfter the nicotine pit
the situation this way "I do not
thtnlf un stintl .nil n snrtrlril VAttsInn nt
the Legislature based on n special dec-,
"Tho suggestion wns made, nnd fa
vorably received, of calling a special
session nfter tho regular election
Some details of public works wero
being considered by the Governor In
council this morning, when the special
session matter came up and oc.npl-1
tho rest of the time.
Tlio Governor's Council Jlf cussed the
collision of the transport Sherman
with the Paclfle Mall whnrf. Com-1
maneler Merry, before tho end of the
Republic of Hawaii, had asked fo; un
Investigation. Minister Damon report
eel that It wns an accldeir. It seems
the matte rls still unsettled.
RESIGNS THE MAGISTRACY
In n note to Henry Smith. Clerk Ju
diciary Department, IMwaid I tore thus
divests himself of the magestcrlal to
ga: "lly tho way the Governor rends the
Art, I am not nn American citizen. It
theiefore becomes neeessarv for me to
resign my position as district niagis
(rate of Wulaluu I have done so I
have also brought ou up the rceouM
of the District Court since ni first ap
pointment 1 sincerely thirl, you for
nil cmr kindness nnd assistance dur
ing my long term of office "
Mr llfirn ninkpM thla nrwtnrrlnf. "I
lam now ready to take the next enth,
hut I hope tho light one tills time."
Hen Nniikiina will probably bu the
new magistrate at Walaltia
Two Probate Mutters.
A petition to liuvc Mlndnrn Deny
appointed guardian of the tveo minor
children of Robert II King, elcnnied,
was continued for further ti stimuli li
Judge Stanley this morning. W. O.
Smith for petitioner.
L. II. Deo was appointed temporary
administrator of the estate of I. C.
Itlorclnn, deceased, under bond of IlKOO,
with powers limited to the c.ue and
oversight of certain live stock, etc. T.
McCants Stewart for petitioner.
M. J. Sllva wns discharged from
bankruptcy. J. M. Vivas for petition
Li:i: TAKICN FOR A CHINAMAN.
General I'ltzhugh l-ee received much
attention dining his lecent visit to the.
I'nlted States He hnd stoiles to tell,
mid erne of them concerned his nume.t
It was nfter lie had goneo Cuba, and
the mnnlpulalois of the telephone vieie.
nut familiar with Ills name and impu
tation "What name is that usktd
tlio opeintor ' Lee Fltzliugh Lie
was the response "Spell it please."
"I'-l-t-z-h-u-g-h L-e-e " "Thank ou
Plague tnko those Chinamen'"
There lire letters nt this offlce for
"F" In nnswer to Want nd Please call
Miss Howe's recital which wus M
have been given at the Y M C A. this
evening will ho postponed until a week
from tonight on account of the Art
When the quality of the fn'iil and y
celli'iiee of service is consldeieJ It can
hardly be charge el witli Justici Hint Ihe
pile en ut the Union Grill are txtoitlnu-
ute unci the proprietor certainly cannot
bo blamed when lie insists on the rates
printed on tho bill of fate, if the news
paper man who thought he wis over
charged the r.tlicr night will euder
something less uxepitislvn next time
lie will In all prohahlllt) not be chain
ed so mill hfor It
The eiiteitiilnimiit of tho Trl ingl
Club has beet, postponed the evening of
Vhe ,me tint the WH.ehes of railway
men tieelve Is shown h) the iigul.i-
lions leeenll) adopted by a Western
inlluii for Its iiinpliiKK Seventeen-
':".'. ' . 1 .i.i' ... . 1 ,1.
II Ml PI. Ut: Mill'I'll' II "III! Ill i-fl - I Mill -
Killings 'Ihe wale lies Ilium he III-
spieled I'Vii) time mouths uiul must
be suhmltlcl in thu Inspi'itoi once 11
week fin lenUtiallon No i'lllplo)e Is
pel mil le d 10 si t liU-w ,iie li or to change
Its move 1111 Ms unless it shoubl chance
In nm down
Hume nf I he qualities of tlio Tribune
wheel mo blini color, pet fee lion nf
iiurtii. lluhlni sil. sttenulb. illltulillll v
I unci ied,
WILL BOMBARD TAKU FORTb
Powers Will Break Marderons Lint l
Land Forces Delayed Will Be Met by
Urge Chinese Army - Russia Favored
by tbe Empress.
Tien Tsln, Juno 15 Tho mixed
forces. It Is reported, will attempt to
seize the Tnku forts tonight General
Nleh is moving 2,100 troops from lu-Tnl
to Cliuri Lla Ceng. General Tung's
Shanghai troops nre movlnli to Peking
London. June 10, Tills is the situa
tion In Chlnn ns It appears to the.
Shanghai- correspondent of tho Dilly
Hxprcss, cabling last evening.
"It is really a state of veiled war
Tho members of the foreign legations
In Peking arc virtually prisoners, and
the Chinese troops nre only restrnlt.ed
from attacking them by fear of the le
".Meanwhile the Ministers arc alto
ge ther unable to communicate w Ith tho
commnndcrs of the relief column
which Is making an en fo .-ceil and I so
luted halt between Tien Tsln nnd Po
king The walls of the capital nre
guarded bj 100,000 Imperial troops
The gales uie heavily elefended with
modern guns. General Tung, nctlng
under orders from tho Kmpiess Dow
ager, sas no more foreign troops shall
enlL'r tno sncrcl1 clt'
"On Monday the Ministers sent n de
mand to the Tsung LI Ynmc.11 that the
gates bo opened, declaring that othu
wlso tho foreign troops would enter
forcibly To this no reply wns given
A second messacc went iinnnsweitd
, when tho ,atC8t ncwg ,Bfl ,,,,,., s,r
,, , ,
cla,1,le MacDonalel latest message
savs that the legations are capable of
sustaining an effective defense unless
attacked by force."
Russia, this correspondent asserts,
notwithstanding assurances t) the con
trary, sides with China. Soniv of the
foreign troops nre already repotted to
be in the environs of Peking nnd the
attitude of 'he Chinese) tronpi Is In
"Tho streets of Peking." continues
the correspondent of tho Dally i.xpriss,
"nre reported to be seething with nnll
forelgn mobs, clamoring fir the de
struction of the legations nnd the death
of the foreign Ministers.
the Tsung LI Ynmen disposed to re
strain the violence of the reactionaries
It Is considered highly impiolmhle that
they would he able to hold then In
check I'eir the foreign Ministers Hi
crisis will nrlse when the lelli f column
1 cnw" '" sKit of Peking,
It is still
felt heic that the foreign force is who!
1 Inadequate to battle with the hordes
of Chinese troops massed eutslde the
gates, which now Include tlio imperial
troops from Shnn-Hnl-Kwnn."
A disquieting element In tl 0 situa
tion is the fact that althoug'i tho litis-so-Chinese
telegraph line from Peking
via Kiakhta (Hastcrn Siberia) Is
now working, the transmission of mes
sages Is rigidly refused.
From Tien Tsln It Is icported that
the foreign forces In the harbor will at
tack tho Tnku forts and If necessity
The international column np pears to
be still nt Lang Fang', engage I In slow
ly repairing tbe railway, which, ne-
rrdlng to n dispatch from lien Tsln
.0 the D.illv Mnll dated June 1 lib. n.
. ff , . .,, , r,, f,ir,,
"ol ',0 '',f''' ''"" "",1'8 The force
' hhnrt of provisions and ns It Iswlth-
nut Held transport It must sclck to Hie
rallvvn The icport that the mixed
fences will seize the Tnku forts is tak
en to menu that the foieign command
ers expect no aid from th Chinese
Government In repiesslng the disorders
and are detc riulued to uuike Tnku so
1 ure ns 11 base from w lileli to upc rate.
Cbinese Reformer Has
Big Crowds on Maui
Wnlluku, June 23. Leung Chl-Tso
or Leung Klinl Chew, the Chinese re
former. Is being Idolized by the Chinese
of Wnlluku and vlilult The rofoi lit
er held mass meetings nt the skating
rink on Wednesday and Thursday
nights of this week and the hall was
troweled with Chinese Japanese mid
Hawaiian on both occasions Li urn;
Klial Chow spoke cinque ml) In Chi
J iii'si', tils lemarks being Interlude I
, Into Uiigllsh h) Y Young of Inn
,,,, ,, ) Altorll, , j,,,,,,,,,
"''" l """nihil. Ihe sp,..,ke
Wll 'l"'ied at Valiums stages of tils
most 1 loeiui'iit leuiaiks
()WI ii.oou ttl, umber in 011 tin
,"wl 'l" Tiieh.) Leung Khiil Clew
... , . ... ., .
wllUpenk iu Ihe Miikiiwuo dlslrl.t
next week lie will go lo Ilium illsl
Tun police 1111 11 hate been placed liy
Sheriff Ilaldwln lis budygiianl nf He
1 1 feu 1111 r in Ills navels In Hie Wnlluku
uiul Mnkiivviio illililiU
(lint's lli'iinsdorf it) 11 black sox su
ieilur iiuulli), two pulis for 25 nuts,
bl I. Hit Knr U (.'11 's, Qui en sunt fur
one wtiU on)i iloii'i full lima them.
TO REMAKE THE STREETS
How SaperlDtendent McCandless Will
Follow Up Sewering.
Streets In Punchbowl and Haklkl Sections Will
Hate Hard Macadam- Property Owners
Must Provide Stone Curbing.
John A McCindlcss. Superintendent
of Public Works spoke to n Dulletln
reporter about the remaking ot streets
nfter the la lug of sewer pipes.
"The streets on Mnklkl nnd on
Punchbowl Blopes nbovo Ileretanli
street, nre macadamised with Punch
bowl rock only. As soon ns ou touch
the surfnre coating II crumbles. The
streets on the lint, Including Wilder
nvenue, are but dirt-made, so that
when they urn dug up the onl.v way to
pack Ihem Is with water. We are go
ing to start two watering enrts out there
this nflcrnonn Heretofore we have
not hnd the water, but today 1 nve made
special arrangements wlt.i Andrew
Ilrown to get water. Some other sec
tion will have to go short fur tho tlmo
"It Is tin Intention of ttiis depirt
nient to mncadamlzc nil thouc streeU.
Wo hav enow onl 80 cube arils of
nietnl a day anil It's but lately til it
we could obtain even so mucii, but In a
few weeks we will Increase the supply
to 3Mi cubic arils n day. The materhll
will lie flint rock, the same as what Is
used on downtown streets.
"lie fore .111 of these streets aro nm-
endnmlzcd w ith rock, the pro erty own
ers will be required to put e'own stone
curbing Therefore we woijd cnlt on
nil citizens concerned to put In curbing
without waiting for the formal notice
that ma have to be given later. We
shall furnish tho grades and side
walks." Referring again to the water supply,
Mr. McCandless said he expected to
have the Kallhi pump running by tho
Fourth of July.
. 1 I
Get Money OrdcrH Early.
If the citizens nnd business men nf
Honolulu desire to send remittances h
United States postal money orders It Is
absolutely necessary that same lie pur
chased on either than das the steuTcr
leave for San Francisco.
In order to properly dandle tho busi
ness the postmaster requests that tlinsc
desiring mono orders for despatch to
San i'rnne Itro unci the States by steam
er Rio ele Janeiro next I'rldny wilT
transact their business at the pent
olllcc on .Meiuilu Tiiesda or WedilCn
da next f
The campaign of, tin llo-ird of
Health against tlio lean-tos of the city
has riMilteil In the removal of these
objectionable structures from the Ja
panese and Chinese shops nt the reir of
the M.vrtle block on Flrt street. Wl en
notice was served on tho Asiatics, they
Immediate! clubbed together and re
tained Attorney Ilrnoks to fight their
cases In court This attorney, after
cnrefull looking up tho law In the
premises, advised his cllei.i.h to com
ply with the Instructions.
Luna Scott SerlouHly III.
Wnlluku, June 23. W. G. Scott, held
tuna of the Wnlluku plantation. Is at
present llng very ill with a high fever
nt his home In Walluku. Deput S'ler
Iff Hiiseldcn has detailed polUu offi
cers to wnti h Mr. Scott day nnd night
for the time being.
FOURTH Ol' JULY
A great number of Hawaiian and
Vmiric.m lings can be gotten In Iwnka
ml s store Hotel street
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
. Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete vv Ith gooJ fitJ,
good style and gooj wear.
.. If 011 ijimot coin' In Willi your
hllJrc-n, tnj thrm In auj lliry will rs
crlve just the same care anj dttrnilon
. ?lwtilFrltj'JPr J?3l
,,,, KtLtHai. jt'.jvieiectii 'Syy.
and tliclr ret will be just j cirelull)
litteJ, at It you vv etc w lilt them,
We'll fit the fcxrl If you'll foH III
Will .mJ rrvdniK you tlut bull will bi