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ONE VOTE FOR
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1507.
HONOLULU, TJSMHTOKY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE L'li. 1900
w wi ,
A witiq-a Oentb
Yfilder's New Steamer
Kaiulani in the Port
The steamer Kaiulani of (he Wilder
Steamship Co. came Into port from HI
lo this morning with a full cargo of su
gar. The Kaiulani went straight from
San Francisco to Kahulut, Maul, with n
full cargo of general merchandise.
From there she came here and then left
for Hllo. The Kaiulani remained there
for some time and then came back here
during tho quarantine. She was then
lespatched again to Hllo nnd has been
at that port since January 14.
The Kaiulani Is th mewest ho.it (if
the Wilder S. S Co. She wns built b
Alexander Hay of Alameda according
to plans submitted She Is built par
ticularly for carrying freight. Ikr
length over all Is HQ& feet, breadth .10
feet nnd depth, 12 feet. Her gross ton
nage Is 3S4 and net 243.
The Kaiulani was brought from Snn
Francisco by Captain Jacobsen but she
Is now In command of Captain Mitch
ell. Sh els nflrst cfass boat with good
speed and, like the Maul and Hclene,
will nnd sugnr In Honolulu at n rate
unsurpassed by all others of the Intel -lslnnd
licet. Her machinery was built
b th Union Iron Works. It Is veiy
probable thnt she will run regularly
between Hawaii ports and Honolulu.
From Plague CnnipH.
The auctioneer held forth at the d i 111
shul )estciday afternoon In the mldft
of an Interested lot of bu)crs. The ar
ticles on sale wero the furniture nnd
odds and ends from the Knllhl deten
tion camp. The principal event of the
sale was the disposal of all the lion
beds to Lewis & Turk of the Sailors'
Home for Just twenty-(lo cents apiece
lets than the tost price. The other ar
ticles also brought good prices.
The school children who aro get-
ting votes for their favorite teach-
ers should take note of the op-
portunlty offered them to secure
one of the valuable prizes offered
to the person who shall sc urc the
most subscribers to tho Bulletin
by July 31. A good chuiico for
some bright young boy or girl to
send their favorite on a vacation
trip to ban Francls:o rnd nt the
same time get a braul Lew $70
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send In the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Int Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 070.
The winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
to choose between models go, gi and 04 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. MoJcl 9
Is a light road wheel, weighing zi lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of 1st prize bt
tnd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawes. TI.I
machine will be frnMied by 1$. Ber-gct-Hcn,
sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Prcino Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo. Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack anc
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates 'or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate. Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, 630.00.
This Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet invented. It is to be
elected from the stock of the BergHtrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlonswill be counted in this contest as
new subscriptions. Bach name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
j. Subscriptions should be sent In a
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as ot
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCUHATfcLY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4 Any person in the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: f8.oo per year,
$ijx fir three months; strictly In advance.
THR WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H,
IMPROMPTU CIVIC TALKS
Group of Citizens Discussing Matters
Relating to Streets.
Fault Found With King Street Ntme Dlvld-
log Line Beretanli 'and Fort
A Bulletin reporter ran up against a
hhe of thoughtful citizens mostly of
the Democracy They were dltcnttln
all sorts of civic problems.
John J. ngan said "That's the big
gest mistake shown In n morning pnpet
nbout street naming and ho-ue num
bering. Instead of making the dividing
line nt King street bridge It should Ii
at Fort street. This is bound tc con
tinue the principal street.
"Well, oven If It should become Nuu
nnu stiect, Fort street will t ill lie
nearer the middle King street bridtr
Is too far out. I don't care whthr you
make It east and west or norfi and
south. It's the division line 1 am tall:
Charles I,. Hopkins renarlied
"That's n foolish Idia to slant Ber"
tnula street off to join Klnt, Tin
opening of the branch ma bt till
right, but the name should be r"-rvel
for a probable continuation of IJirc
tanla street In n direct line."
John II. Hush asked In mocking Ugli
ness: "Why don't ou keep d!nfci"i!
ut them about opening tip Fort stmt
It Is n main artery naturally and of
far more importance thnn other pro
posed extensions. Someone has tai.l
that the neglect of Fort street ie be
cause only Portuguese and kanakas livt
In It. Your Republican papers are no
good. Yes, my home would be on
Fort street If It were extended."
To come down to actual tblngf, Hoi I
Supervisor Campbell has struck Alakca
street In his downtown resurfacing
I Thomas Square Is In a bid way. Iluu
Is ankle deep In Its paths, and Its foli
age and verdure are wilted. A know-
l Ing one says the cause of these evils Is
a lack of water. The starting cf the
Knllhl pump ought to prove a remedy
, When the Superintendent of Public
Works fulfills his promise of making
cement sldwalks for the ermure.
It Is hoped the Improvement will In
I only part of the attention paid to that
breathing space. Thomas (quart ought
1 to be one of the chief nrnamentb as
I well us utilities of Honolulu.
WHAT LAWYERS ARE DOING
Kinney, Ilallou & MiClanahan foi
defendants give notlee of objection tn
the commissioner's report on th parti
tion of laud In Itltn C. Tewlobiirv vs
Antone G. Cunhn ct nl., on the ground
that the proposed partition is Inequit
able, In that lots 1 and 2 are of greater
value than lots 3 nnd 4.
Campbell & Pettus by their attor
neys, Kinney, Ilallou & .McClanahan,
tile a plea In abatement to the Milt of
1 C. F. Jenne for JSOOO on a promlstoiy
note. They allege that an action In
every way Identical Is pending in the
I Superior Court of San Fnnclseo and
I prav Judgment if the Circuit Court heio
will or ought to have further cogni
zance of the case. Garnishees nain'd
1 In the proceedings are William 0 Ir
win, Clans Sprcckels & Co. Henry
Wntei house. C. W Dickey and Hava-
1 Han Automobile Co , Ltd.
I Kinney, Ilallou & McClauahan move
for u commission to Samuel Itoei'
lidm, n San Tinnclscii nutnr) public to
' take tho testlmnnv of M. A. Ilolhchll I
Mori Is Telntueii and Clcorge Goetlngcr
I on behalf of plaintiff In the suit of
Geoigo Goetlnger vs. J. C. Cohen.
Judge Stanley gave 11 hearing on tho
mnstei's icpoit In John S Antoim vs,
V. It. Castle. Magoon & Long and J
1 M. Vivas for plaintiff. T M. Hutc,h and
P. I.. Weaver for defendant.
Schooner Rosamond Delayed.
San Framlsco, June ifi The new
schooner Rosamond Is delayed in sill
ing for Honolulu, and was not the
first vessel to clear for the Islands under
the new shipping laws, as extected. The
bark Roderick Dim had that honor. Tne
Rosamond lias been fine y fitted up, 1 nd
takes sev eral pjssengers in addition to .1
cargo of 2000 tons of freight. Mr, and
Mrs. Walter P. Carter go in the new ves
sel as steward and stewardess, the owners
of the Rosamond hav Ing decided to nuke
a feature of the passenger business to the
Fine Job Printing at th
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
day and Night Classes
Rooms u-m. trd Floor f 0 A.H 4 PM
lloum-t t 10 ojo P. M
TERRITORIAL LAW OFFICE
Attorney General Dole Dhcnsses the
Work ot His Department.
Lloyd H. Bobbins Appointed Assistant Deputy
Calhcart's Proved Efficiency Mutual
Division ol Labor,
I.lovd M Hobblns has been ap
pointed by Attorney (lencral Dole is
his assistant, a position provided by
law in nddltlon to the deputy, who If
J. W Cnthcart as previously reported
Tho Attorney (lencral, while speaking
very highly of both his deputy and as
sistant, could not sny how the work
should ho divided uHc compared the
office to that of a law llrm, among tin
members of which work Is allotted to
suit the occasion. They would all help
each other, and altogether perform the
law business of the Territory. Mr.
Dole held that tho Btalf was as Import
ant as the head In the department.
Mr. Cnthcart, nt tho late Circuit term
of the First Clt cult nbly assisted then
Deputy Attornej General Dole In
prosecutions. Mr Hobblns Is a bright
veiling lawjer hnlllng from California
Large Audience llearH Arthtttc
Singing nnd Plowing.
"I he new home of the Kllohnna Art
League nlieady seems too smalt. Last
night the exhibition room was crowded
to the walls with members and guests
at the entertainment provided by the
Miss Cornelia lljdo and Mrs II. M.
Mott-Smlth plaved n duet on two
plnnon with pleasing effect. Children
from Knullnnt school sang two selec
tions In chorus, proving to have been
well trained for concert. Miss Mnud
Kinney delighted tho company with
a violin solo. Miss Peck nnd Miss Oris
wold's vocal duet, "Tho Angel," gave
keen enjoyment. II. M. Mott-Smlth's
ever-pleasing violoncello pin) lug con
cluded the first part.
After a soclnbla Intermission Mrs.
Vernon Tenn nnd Miss Castle played
a duet of Hchumnn on two plnnos
beautifully. Miss Delia Grlswotd
charmed all hearers with her vornl
rendering of Schubert's anil Rossini's
music. Paul It Iscnbcrg overenmo tho
handicap of a cold so well with u Ger
man song, "Das Ilerz Am llhcln," that
the audience vvus bound to have an
other, mid had It Mr. Mott-Snilth's
violoncello furnished 11 magic spell for
tin- concluding number.
lxmonade was served to the people
at Intc 1 mission mill conclusion. A on
hldcrnblo portion of tho spring nrt v
hlblt remnlnlng undlstllhuted gave1
added pleasuro to tho ovcnlng.
Catholic Benevolent Socle t).
At u meeting of the Catholic llcnov
nlent Union lust night the following
oHkers were elected: President, J. 1".
i:ckardt; first vice president, M. A
Gonsalves; second vice president,
James I-ylctt; recording secretary, I..
II. Mcdleros; financial secretary, A. W.
Seabury; treasurer, Pother Valentine,
sergeant-nt-arms, V. Kcrnandcs. Tho
following constitute tho Hoard of Di
rectors: K. C. Hettcrs, J. It. Santos,
Denjamln Guerrero, A. K. Murphy, I
A. Hughes, Julius Asch anil A. K.
Talc of Japanese Wit.
A tain of Japanese wit has In en "re
vived In Pails In (onncdlou with th"
incut visit of l'rlnio Kiinlu and his
suite. A Japauchc Emhnss) had ionic
tn Paris some )cais ago to nrrange fo.
three poits to he opened In Trance and
Japan respectlvel). Tho Trench se
lected Yokohama, Yeddo and llan
Vung. Tho Jnp.ineso at onco suggested
Havre, Miusellles and Southampton
"Hut Southampton," said the Trenih
man, with 'a hurst of undiplomatic
laughter, "Is in England )ou must
know, "Yes," said the Japanese, "and
Han-Yang Is In China!"
O. R. & L. NotcH.
There will bo excursion rates on nil
the trains of the O. R. & L. Co. 011 July
Iluslness Is booming down tho mad.
All the freight trains posslblo nro sent
Tho observation ear Is about finish
ed. Tho painting will tako a mouth or
six weeks. When this excellent piece
of woikmnnshlp Is put on tho i-.miI, Ho
nolulu people will be surprised
Passe ngei traffic down tho road Is lu
(renslng as the Satiildu)') and Sundi)S
loll by Veiy soon the moinlng tinliis
on those dn)s will have lo bo eiilaigid
Sugar for 'Prlneo,
The bark R. P. Pltliet silled for Sin
cr.incKn shortly after 12 noon vesterdav
with 3,ii bigs of sugir shipped as fol
low s: 2S011 bags by C. Hrewer & Co.
to Welch .V Co.; 385: by W. G. Irwin &
O. to J, D, Sprei-kels & Co. and 5410 bv
Castle & Cooke tn Welch it Co,
To rflno full dress shirts at $1 00 each
L. I). Kerr & Co,. Queen utrect. These
shirts aro strictly high grado as to lit
Scheme (or Compelling Fireproof Re-
building ol Chinatown.
Superintendent or Public Works Confers With
Insurance Hen-Mr. Scnatfer Gives His
Vlews on tbe Hitter.
John A Mc Candles, superintendent
of public works, cterday nfternoun
took counsel of members of the bonrn
of underwriters with regard to the re
building of Chinatown Another simi
lar roiitcrcnce will be held on 1 1nn s
ilay afternoon. Mr. McCandless said
today that the Idea Is to have the new
Chinatown more of n flrcptoof char
acter than the old one The suggestion
being considered was that of raising
the Insurance rates for buildings not
K. A. Schnefer was asked for In
formation from the point of flow of
the underwriters. He said.
"It was a mistake to publish that the
suggestion to raise rates cmannted
from the Insurance companies. It
came from the other side nnd was of
fered for the consideration of the rat
"Some of the holders of lots ennnot
build without Insurance. The Itunln r
merchants would not give them credit
for material On the other hand. If tin
Insurance rates nrc made prohibitive on
non-fireproof buildings then lireproof
buildings or none will bo erected.
"There nrc hardships involved In
such a rigid measure. Some of the
holdings nrc all that the owners
possess, nnd where It Is n leasehold
with but eight or ten venrs or less to
run a fireproof building Is out of th
question Of course they enn sell out,
but ma) not be able to get value In s
doing. Therefore, nil thnt the under
writers promise is to give the whole
matter full consideration,
"We should all like to sec Chinatown
rebuilt as fireproof. As the new
wharves nrc to be built in that qnnrtei,
It Is a highly Important matter. If a
fifo bwept Chinatown again It would
reach the wharves and endanger them
and valuable shipping.
"Th fireproof limits can only be ex
tended b) legislation. It Is like!) that
It ilicy aro extended over the old
Chinatown area, a new Chinatown will
be built farther away from the center
of the clt) Indeed, this Is what wc see
going on already."
TBE BREWERY GETS WATER
Water was struck hj McCandlesi
llios 1111 the llrevver) promise's ut a
depth of mine than Mill feet this morn
ing. It Is swict water mill Mows thic"
Inches above tho top of the pipe Aftci
the bore Is cleaned out It will be sunk
deeper to Inert nso tho How. As It Is,
however, the well assures a good sup
ply for making both beer and ice.
On Warrant Prom Maul.
Ah On, special police officer, urrcit
ed Sing Tal this morning on a war
rant from Wiilluku, Maul, on thu
1 barge of larceny tn the second degreo
by stealing 3r somo little time ago.
Sing Tal escaped tn Honolulu while tho
Maul police officers were searching for
til 111 Ho will he sent li.uk to Wiilluku
In tho Claudlno this afternoon.
Police Court Notes.
In tin) P(il(e Court this foitnoon the
following (.ins were disposed of Yo
slilinnra, (oinmoii iiiils.uue, $" and
costs, Nnga)anm, sumo charge, $! and
costs; To)oand Iwanioto, Biiim (harm,
reprimanded anil discharged; John
llallerson, riding a ble)cle without ,1
light, $' nml costs, Kawamoto, com
mon nuisance, t- and costs
Police vs, Co. F.
Captain Parker or the police forro
and Cuptnln Sam Johnson of Co. F,
N, (!. II., met at the police station thU
forenoon nnd agreed to (mvo tho shoot
between their teams at Iwllel on the
afternoon of July 14. The police will
now ceaso their levotvcr praetleo nnd
ngaln take up their rlllcs.
Klniiu llnck l-rldny.
'I he Klnnu will bo hack from Hllo
and wii) ports on Tilelny night This
Is so sho can begin taking on fulgut
tho ver) Hist thing Satunlu) in onlr.
to get awn) for Hllo for the iiues at
tho appointed tlnio Coiiimdoio Ueek,-
h) sa)s the' Kln.ui will not be later
than midnight Tiidu)
Sugar tin Knunl.
'I ho Nlihaii icpoits tho following su
gar on Kauai up to )estiidny aftor
miciir K. S. M 13.W0; V K 700,
Mnk., 23,000, G e. U, 12,000, Mel).
U,00, II M , 00(10 , SI S Co , 8000, und
K. S. Co , 7000. Total or 72,800 hags.
FOURTH OT JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian nnd
American flags can bo gotten In Iwaka
mi's store, Hotel street.
iiunnni nimnnn flniicitimnn
mitn itnni nn m r n n ....
THE MW BUAKU W HKALlMlSqMllMniOrS
Reorganized to Icclode the New
Difficulty About Getting Anyon to Accept
the Presidency Hedlcal Executive Of-
Deer Hay Be Appointed.
All of the commissions have been
Issued for tho reorganized Hoard of
llenlth Secretar) II U Coopers mem
bership was by virtue of his being At
torney General, so thnt ho retires nnd
Is succeeded by tho Attorney General
of the Tcrrltor). Dr Da) resigned for
good before his recent trip to the Coast
1 The new board consists of the follow
I Ing named:
Dr. C. II. Wood. Dr. N. II. Cmcrson,
Geo. W. Smith, K. J. Lowrey, Dr. C. II.
Cooper, 12. C. Winston and Attorney
General n. P. Dole.
Some time ngo Dr. Wood announced
thnt he would not continue as presi
dent nfter the change. There has been
1 much speculation In the communltv is
1 to who should succeed to the presi
dency. Attorney General Dole said tnday
I empbatlcall), that he would not be
president. Had thnt position been
larked 011 to his olllce he should not be
Attorne) General He would not sa)
nil) thing nbout the probable Incumbent
I of tho chair. Probabl), us appears
from what Mr. Smith sa)s, 'the Attor
ney General could not If he would.
Mr. Smith would have been glad tn
.give the reporter n pointer If It were
I In his power. As the matter stood, tl e
'members bud been sluing the presi
dency nt each other's heads, but none
of them would allow himself to be hit
j (This Is not n Cockney pun )
As to the candidacy of Dr. Garvin
the medical executive officer's name
had been canvassed for the position
Mr. Smith held thnt the place vas not
legally foieclosed against one nut 11
member. The law was silent on thnt
point. There was n strum, belief that
tho board might employ n prcslJcnt
from outBldc Its membership, nnd
thercforo beBtow the presiding fune-
1 tlons upon tho medical ccei'tlvo o'fl-
! cer ns extraordinary earning leverage
I for his salary.
I Nobody seen today on tho subjcl
1 louIiI say whether 01 not tho board
would hold a meeting tomorrow. It lias
not assembled since the Teriitory be
gan Its existence.
AMIiRICAN CMGINEEIt KILLED,
New York. June IS Major Louis I.
Sc)iii()iir, an Anurlcan In (ninmaud of
l"0u (iiglni'tiM known In tho British
ami) as the i.illwa) pioneer regimen',
wns killed ut'the Zand river, bctwidi
Ithenoster mid llloemfoiitcln, on Tlmr.i
dii) His brothers John S and Fred
erick Se)mour, engineers ot this city
received cable messages twin) from
Ihckstein k Co. of Cape Town and
from Mr. Jennings, consulting engin
eer for Alfred llelt & Co of I-ondon,
telling them of their brother's death,
hut giving no details.
The Girl from Paris.
A good house, saw the performance
nt the Orphciim Inst night. The popu
larlty of "Tho Girl from Paris" dur
ing the three ila8 run of lust week In
duced the management to extend the
bill In this week which was evidently
not .1 mlstnke us theio were mini) who
nro taking advantage of this opportuu
It) lo see tho exdllent pi'tfoimaneo
Tor the run. lining nights, of "The
Gill fioin P.uls" and continuing tlino
after tho house pilcos will be leductd
to on he stin stats T." cents, pautuette
elide CO rtnts nnd the gallery "3 cents.
At these prices the house should lie
tilled to overflowing.
Captain Lettarhlalr Tonight.
The Nelll Company will present this
evening for the first time in this clt)
the four net comedy ' Captain Lcttn,'
lilalr,' by Margaret Merlngton; this
play was originally produced by E. II.
Sothern nnd ranks as one or his most
successful productions. The story of
tho play Is extremely Interesting un 1
contains n well defined plat, a charm
ing love story and a great deal of
clever comedy. It Is one of those plnjs
peculiarly ndapteel to thn Nelll Com
pan) and In it tho organization will bo
seen nt Its best, the scenic embellish
ments, ns l.i all the Nelll proline tlons,
will liu elaborate mid nppiopitate.
Health Hoard StnhlcH.
Tim II0.111I of llialth stables art be
Ing eulargeel on iieeeiiiut ot tho addi
tional stock that will his iu celed for the
new oxciivntois Six of these .11 e now In
usi! nnd thu tern lining six will be on
tliei stieets In 11 fe w days Tho old cxci
vntois luivo been tinned over to tho
road department and nro now belli,;
fitted 1111 as sprlnlcltis. Ono Is nlread)
Gent's Hermsdort dyo black sox su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 rents,
nt L. nn Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street fur
one week only; don't fall to see them.
' n vr.
From Chinese Capitol
Washington June 11 A disquieting
rumor in diplomatic circles has arisen
tonight from the London despatch to
the effect that all the foreign legations
In Hongkong have been destm)ed and
the German Ambassador killed
No official confirmation of this des
patch has been received and In some
quarters It is considered without pos
sible foundation, ns It can hnrdl) be
believed that the Chinese officials in
their most bitter moments could allow
such a barbaric horror On the other
hand there Is tlio posslblllt) that the
anti-foreign sentiment among the low
er classes has got be)ntid all possible
rontrol nnd nn era of murder and ra
pine has opened such as the world has
not seen In this century.
Should the despatches be confirmed
It Is tho general sentiment thnt troops
will be rushed to Peking by every
civilized power, and the Chinese nation
ns nn Independent Identity forever
Plenty of Water Now.
The trouble with the reeentl) In
stalled pump at Oihu College has been
remedied and now water Hows from th"
artesian well on the grounds In quanti
ties sufficient to suppl) all the trcs
A Blunt time ngo the Piiimhnu
springs went dry. n thing that was un
known to the oldi'st kamnalna, ami it
was found necessary to put In a pump
At first, this dlel not work ver) well
ami the plants and trees suffered n
great deal Indeed, It was fenieel that
11 great mnnv would die. However, the
trouble was remedied Just in time nml
now the vegetation Is ns. it used to be.
The jnehtsmen of the city have ar
ranged the following events for tho
Fourth of July, subject to change.
First class La Paloma, Clarence
Macfarlane, Eva, Oscar White; Helene,
Second class Hawaii, Judge Wilcox;
Healnnl, Frank M. Hatch; Marlon, J.
Third tlass-Cl)tle, T. W. Hobnm:
Harpoon, Harr.v Wilder; Leona, Hul;
Malolo, A. U. Wood; Pokll, H. Wil
liams. Fourth (lass Edith L, Sam Dov
sett; Paul, lie Kiauk (lodfie), Ai.'iti
M II ,M. Dow. Anna, Charles Chill
It now remains for the Fourth of
July coniimttee and the ),ichtsmen to
come to some agreement as to prizes.
RETURNED FROM TRIP
A. V Peters who was tho delegate
from Court Camoes to the Subsidhirv
High Court of the Paclllc I'nist, A. O
T, lias returned In robust health. Up
was elected chairman of trusteed of the
High Court for the ensulni? two )ei.rs.
Tho Examiner and other papers on tho
CoiiBt gave Interviews with Mr. Peters
on Hawaiian affairs. From Sfn Fran
cisco he took a trip up north, visiting
Seattle, Portland, Vlctorli, etc. Every
where he wns well received by tho
press and people.
Wm. H. Marshall, nt one time con
nected with the business office of tho
Ilulletln, lias accepted a position on the
rcportorlnl staff of tho Honolulu Iti
pnbllenn Mr Marshal Is an uble wili
er ami one of the best nows gntheren
of till' clt)
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the..
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete w Ith good fits,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot com In with your
children, send them In and they will re
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fitted, as If you were with them.
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bill, and promise you that both will bt
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