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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
HONOLULU, TKKIUTOHV OF HAWAII, WKDXKKDA V, Jl'SK J7. IIUIII
men f Uknth.
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VOL. A'lII. SO. ItiliS i
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers
The school children who nrn get '.
ting otes for their favorite tench !
ers should tnko noto of the op-
portimlty ollereil them to socuro
one of tho valuable prizes offcrctl j
to the person who shall set lire tho
most subscribers to tlio llullctln I
by July 31. A good chance, for
somo bright young boy or girl to
f send their fnvorlto on a vncntlon '
trip to ban Krnncls:o pml nt the I
samo tlmo get n brand ccw "o 1
The teacher v. ho shall have secure J
the most votes nt the end of this con
test will bo given a free trip to San
I'rnnelsco nnd return.
The old standby, the Austrnlln, which
can nlwn)s bo depended on, plaguo
or no plague, territorial law or no tei
rltorlnt law, Is tho Bhlp that will carry
tho fortunate teacher who secures the
prize on her well deserved outing trip.
Everyone knows the Australia, nnd I
though she does roll Just n little bit.
tho food J on get Is so good It simply
lias to stn) don ii. The genial captain
nnd puiser will undoubtedly do nil In
their power to make the trip n delight-
ful time long to be remembered by the
teacher who Is declared the ni03t popu-
lar of the Islands. Tho retnin ticket
will be good for four months nnd the
v lslt at the Const will bo limited In i
teacher friends ono of tho most ideas-
nut summers they luvo ever enjojed
just cut out the votes which nppcar In
tho upper right hand corner of this
page In each issuo nnd deposit them !n
the ballot box nt tho Lliillctlii cilice.
If your nre not satisfied with this slow
wuy of bringing her to tho front why
tnen subscribe for the llullctln and get
your friends to subscribe. You will;
Ret nil tho news and tho most correct
news nnd get It all tho time, nnd In ad
clltlon you will bo given votes to cast
for your fnvorlto teacher ns follows,'
according to the term of your sub-
1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 330 "
1 YEAR 750 "
Subscriptions nro 75 cents a month
or S a year in advance.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send In the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Int Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
The winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00, 92 and g-i of
the 1 goo Cleveland Bicycle. Model 04 Is ,
a road ra:er, w eight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road w heel, weighing ; lbs ,and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
The blcvcle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice ma)
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of ist prize be '
Prize, Slnjtcr Sewing ftln-
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. This
machine will be furnished by B. Ilcr-
fjemen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
Srd Prize, Pre mo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swlnf;
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack anc 1
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes t 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 Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Ilecordtt, 630.00.
This is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Berfiatrom
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
tlons will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
). Subscriptions should be sent In as
oon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. G reat care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the l!n
wallnn Isliinds is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: f8.oo per year,
U-oo for three months: strictly In advance.
Joo IVrelru and Patricio He,jo wro
trlul In tliu Police Court yrsterdiy
afternoon 011 tho chiirgo of iibwiult and
buttery on Olllier Trunk I'thIiii It
will be rtiiiemhertd Unit IVinlra
ilulined hating bieu set upon by tlnno
two men when hn went In Iho I .Mi
lium iiuiii rli'H, I'lim liliov. 1, Id nrii'Ht 11
liillilier of Piiitiigiiesii hoodlums, After
n lung trial, Judgn Wllux dim lull tied
I Iki di feodum, The evidvnru wus III-millliU'iit,
Attorney General Dole Holds Them Not
Citizens ot Hawaii.
Must Reside Here One Year After June 14 to
Become Such and QuallDtd for Uoldiog
Office la the Territory.
"Territory of Hawaii. Office of the
Attorney (Icncrnl, Honolulu, II. T.,
June 22, 1900,
"To Ills nxcellcncy Stanford IJ Dole,
(lovernor of Hawaii, Honolulu, I!. T
"Sir: I hnc the honor to subrult
the following opinion relative to the
cllglbllty of persons v. ho have resided
here for n long term of yenrs v. I' bout
being citizens either of the ltepubllc ol
! Hawaii or of the United Stntes to held
"The conditions nre so nuorult us
,lint , presume no precedent can be
. , , , , ,
'ol,ni1- rel' Fol,' '",,n constiuc-
tlon of the Territorial Act.
".Section 10 provides for th nattiral-
laon ()f forelgers iiav. ie.l.,
, ., ,, ,,,,,
'" ih llawnllon ."lands five jours
without requiring first papers or ndill-
"The -n.l P,rngraph of ,lon 4
Provides thnt All citizens of
Stntes resident In the Hawaiian Islands
who were resident there on or since
August 12, IS'jS, nnd nil citizens of the
I'nlted Stntes who shnll her after re
Rlde in the Terrltoiy of Hawaii lot one
)inr. shall he citizens of the Turltory
"No term of residence. howecr long,
makes n Ilrltlsh subject, for exnmpl
in citizen of Hawaii or of the ITnll a J
, Stntes. He becomes n cl'Izen cf the
I I'nlted States only upon taking out his
"The construction Is tchrlcnl, pos
I slbly severe; hut I am Incilnco to the
' opinion that such Ilrltlsh subject, not
I having resided here as a citizen of the
I'nlted States prior to June 14 1900,
must reside here as such citizen for one
year before he can he nppointed to a
Territorial omco pursuant to the fourth
paragrnph of Section 80 of the Terri
"I have the honor to be, sir, your
"H. !'. DOLE"
The foregoing opinion of the Attni
ney Renernl was read by Governor Dolo
to his council this morning. It nfwitu
a number of more or less Importini po
sitions held by Ilrltlsh subjects who en
joyed nil the rights of Hawaiian citi
zenship under the ltepubllc.
HEALTH BOARD MEETING
The Hoard of Health will hold Its
flrnt meeting under the Territor ial
Goxrnment this nfternoon. It bus a
long order of business before It The
Board ot IMucntlon has sent In Its
resolution on tubenulixls In schools.
Bequests for having government
ph.vslclans appointed and recommenda
tions of varloiiB applicants for the po
sltlous nre on file.
Oflkers of tho Board huve submitted
reports on sanitary matters In both cltv
and country .
I Possibly the matter of n steam vessel
for the Board In Honolulu harbor ma
I (nine to n head.
' The Board will hae to elect a pre.il
1 dent for Itself In place of Ur. Wood,
CHINESE POLITICAL UNION.
One of tho most piomlnent nieuil.cn
of the Chinese political union was met j
on Kort stieet by n Bulletin rciiuile'
this morning and, being asked as tu the
woik of the itcentiy foimed organiza
tion, he replied- "Since the first melt
ing for organization, we have held two
'others for tho consideration of the li -laws.
Now these huve not )ct been
completed nnd there Is still dlscusslo'i
about them. Not until we have adopted
our by-laws ran wo do anything de
cisive. I have sounded the principal men ot
the organization and do not htsltnto to
say that I believe we will bo Republi
can I know that Is the party v.lth
which I wish to ufllllute. Our voto will
count for something for I hellevu there
nre no less than two hundred of us In
I'o rftnc full dress shirts nt $1 00 each
L. II. Kerr & Co , Queen street. Theso
shirts nro strictly high grade ns to lit
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
DAV AM) NlOIIT CLASSES
Hoom ii.ii, ii4llcwrl o ,.-i r,
(loum-l f i-v h f
I'KOOWUb II LOCK
Central CommttUe Men of Oaho I
Proposition ot Caucus to Elect Permintot
OlDcers Reeled General Meeting
Called lor Jul; IC.
Members from the 1'ourth and Fifth
districts of the Territorial Central
Commute'' of the Itepiihllian parl met
jesterday evening In the Chamber of
Commerce rooms. Present were A. V.
W. Smith, Jns. II. Bo)il, 1
Crabbe, Curtis P. Iniikea,
.1. A. Hughes, 1M. Tow tie. Hnoch John
son, I'rank Archer. Messrs Smith nrn
Cruhbc wcie called on to net ns tem
porary chairman nnd secretnry resin i"
tlvcly. The chairman announced n proposi
tion from n caucus of city members n
few nights ago, to proceed with the
election of permanent olllcers of the
committee. The names chosen would
he referred to members on the other
Islands for approval.
Mr. luilken opposed the plan It .
would he presumptions for nine mem
bers out of thirty to tnke such nil Im
Mr Hughes argued the necessity of 1
Immediate organization, and he run Id I
mo no h"tter mode than thnt propowi.
Mr. Crnhho supported the objection
Mr. Smith snld that n call for a full
meeting would lausc two or time1
wicks' delay. Only four months In- '
tervened bitwecn now nnd the ele.-tl ins
In November, nnd time ought not to
he lost In arranging for n nominating
lonventlnn. The outside members
could net on the nominations for offl
icrs by proxies sent to cltj members.
Mr. Bo)d disputed the authority for
lulling this meeting to elect olllcers.
Alt would not he harmonious In the
party, nnd outside members might not
ntrcpt the direction of the Honolulu
Mr. Tovvse held that the capital
members should tnke tho Initiative,
and that permnuentorgnnlzatlon should
have been effected nt the close of tho
neent convention. He moved 11 reso
lution to elect tho two principal olllcers
nt onto nnd submit the result tu the
Mr. Hughes moved an amendment
prescribing n letter to the outsiders
saying "that we feel It Incumbent upon
us to organize the committee perma
nently niul we submit the names to
I Mr. Clear nrgurd that the nine mem
I Iii'ih pi 1 sent hud no more right to sub
I mlt a proposition to the 21 absent th.1.1
1 the latter had to do the same with the
Ifoimer. Ihls being tho inpltnl nnd
' (omprisiiig the two largest districts, it
seemed Incumbent upon them to take
the Initiative Those who were ndvo-
uitlng Imli pendent action In Hawaiian
politics were at woik It was going to
he a question of the most nggresslva
campaigning , nnd the Republicans
must take action nt once. They should
write to tho members on tho other Isl
ands to organize on the same lines. He
advocated the formation of an execu
tive siih-cnmnilttee with a majority ot
its members In the capital. Mr. dear
moved nn amendment that the mem
bers present urge tho necessity of per
aneiit organization of the Territorial
Central Committee, nominating the fol
lowing olllcers1 Permanent chairman,
permanent secretary and tiensuiii, a
finance committee of tin 1 e- members ,
for cull distllet of Oaho unci two mem-1
heis for eai It of the other districts, nnd '
fuither added that the foregoing h"
subiiilttiel to the committee membris !
other than thoe of O.1I111 pie sent, fori
opinion or suggestion
Mr luiikiu opposeel the resolution
and amendments, and moved the fol
lowing substitute, which wns favored
by tin; chairman and curried-
Resolved, by the members of the
I'ourth und I'ifth Districts In conven
tion assemble d, That a meeting of the
Territorial Central Committee of the
Republican party be culled for July 11
next for the purpose of appointing per
manent tinkers, us provided In the
rules und regulations ns adopted by the
Republican Convention held In May,
Resolved, Thnt tho secretary be In
structed to notify the members of the
said Territorial Committee residing 011
tho other Islands to attend or send
their pioxies to other members of the
committee In eusu of thi-li Inability to
Mr Hughes moved for 11 10111111I1111
on the preparation unci dissemination
j of pint) lilerntiiii). Mr. Iuul.cn olferlng
nn amendment that curried, In make
the comuiltlii) live und have It suiel
spuikers Into tho counlr). Meoii
1 Hughes, Bo)d, luiikeu, Johnson upd
An In r wc re appointed b) ihothulr
'Hie resignation of Jus A. Kennedy
from the eoniliilttie vvus iiiuiouiuvel
W It i'auliiKion w,ia ilcui'il in his
'Iho nn cling udjiiuriad III! July ID
I'Iiiii Job Priming ul
FORT STREET PROHIBITION
Governor Dole Would Exclude Saloons
Nibltu Gets Ltfibt Wine and Beer Saloon
Farming School lor Reformatory
Kalini Lands Transferred.
The application of the Orpheum com
pany for n saloon license was again before-
the (lovernor In council this
morning and again deferred without
action. A protest ngalnst granting tho
license wns received from the Chinese
church over the way from the Or
(lovernor Dole expressed n desire to
clenr Tort street from saloons, ns It
was the shopping thoroughfare most
frequented by ladles .
The treasurer was advised to Issue n
light wine and beer license to Peter
Joseph for Nnhlkit, Maul, on the recom
mendation of Sheriff Baldwin
Mr Atkinson, Superintendent of
IMucatlon, reported the case of 11 lib
sentenced to two jenrs In the Hefoi
tnntnry sihool. hut released througn
the action of the commissioners of edu
cation and himself. In this connection
be Introduced the matter of n now Re
(lovernor Dole suggested that It
should be 11 farm school outside the
It was voted that nil government
lands In the district of Kiillhl be trans
firred from the commissioner of public
lands to the superintendent of public
works, They nre suitable for town
lots, n class of land which has hereto-
foro been handled by the Minister of
(lovernor Dole read n letter fim the
Attorney (leneral on the question of
It Is printed In full
STREET NUMBERING PLAN
Post OlUte Inspector II. M. I'llnt, Su
perintendent of Public Works J. A. Mc
'condless, Surveor Alexnnder. Deputy
I Surveyor W. V.. Wall and Assistant Su
perintendent of Public Works W. IJ
1 Howell hml their heads together es
I tertlny nfternoon and evolved n plan of
1 house numbering for Honolulu. Tin
Immediate object Is to obtain the bene
fits of postal deliver).
King nnd Niiunnu streets will lie the
base lines Then will be luci numbers
to the block Tin hiorks ore allowed
between King strict mid the kc.i King
streit from Nuiinnii toward Wulkll.l
will he ealleil south, and in the oppo
site ellrtt tlon north. Above King street
Niiu.inu will he east, mid below It
west So fur as possible different
blinks In line with inch other will have
inriespondlng numbers. Thus Port
""'''' "'' Alakea street above King
will stnrt with 11 00, tho liet blocks he
)ond 1200, etc.
NATURALIZING OF ALIENS
Henry Smith, Clerk of Judiciary,
gives the following memorandum to
"The Idea seems to get nbronel tint
I tho United .States District Court l.ludg.'
I Hstee) will give out certlllcntes for na
I turullzutlun. It Is 11 mistake, Thnt mat
ter will still icmiiln n teriltorlul husl
I nets to be illsposid of, us In the past,
I b) the Supremo Coin t. Blanks uie noiv
being piepnriel for that puiiioae. It
I 11111), how 1 vei, lie 11 com uric nt business
of the I'ldc'iiil Distllet Court If n
qulied h) the I'nlted Stntes laws of
which I have- no knowledge.'
Police to iMnul.
High Sheriff Brown. Captain l"ox or
tho .Mounted Patrol, Japanese Interpre
ter Chester I)o)lc nnd eight mounted
patrolmen nil armed to the teeth, lift
for Knhiilul In the Cluudino jesteiday
nfternoon, their mission being to pro
vent any trouble that might arise out
of the trial In Wnlluku tonionow of the
Japanese ringleaders charged with
rioting and assaulting police olllcers.
Tho High Sheriff nnd Captain I'u rur
rleil revolvers while the mounted pa
llidum! were iirmeel with carbines
Tin' olllcers of the luw will be I1.11I1 on
IMiictl filOO nntl CimtH.
Donahue, the hi epe r of Long Brunt 11,
appeared In the I'ollc c (,'oiut this for
110011 011 the charge of selling liquor
without 11 Hit use Inst Sillldu) After fi
long tilal, defendant was found
guilt) mid si'iiteiiietl to pi) 11 flno of
lino und 1 oats, Judge Wilcox ri marking
iliut, us this was the Hist otfi nee of tho
defendant. Iiu would give him the lim
its! line The inse wns appealed b) At
leillicy I llti block
Donahue was mieslul hut Kiiudu) by
Depul) High Hlicrlfl I'hlllliigvuirth.
tiii: vATi:u.M,N ii)i:.M, roiiN.
i'AIN PUN, All sizes, ii shupes, II.
First Meeting o( Fourth of July Com
mlttes Held Tnls Noon.
Etents Similar lo Previous Years -No Ball
Yacht Rices Proilded For -Fireworks
Committee Instructed 10 Canvass.
The general committee for the
I'ourth of July held Its first meeting In
tho Chamber of Commerce rooms this
noon The general outline of the diy
as decided b) the committee wilt lie
much the same ns previous jenrs, with
the exception of the hall. This It se"UM
tncltl) aicepfecl will be omitted.
Chairman Smith called attention to
the necessity of fireworks. On motion
of Dr. Grossman the chairman was re
quested to appoint a committee ui
make a canvass of the town to sec
what could be obtained and the cost
of tho same.
Mr. Kelley, from the decoration
committee reported that the member
1 had not got together but the; would
be read) to pioreed when It was known
what was needed. The committee on
I pnr.ide and salutes did not report.
, I)r (Irossnian spinklng for the
sports committee stated tint n program
bail been ni ranged tentative! 10 give
ample scope for general and actiuntle
sports Itnees for )achts of the flrnt.
second, third and fourth class were
pioposed with cash prizes of $30, $10,
$20 and $13 respectively. These rates
would start nt S'30, thus enabling the
jiirawiciinnsa) run eumisu u, nu- .
vent Interference with other event
(leneinl sports could be held In the
nfternoon nt the old bnselnll grounds
The print Ipalhaibor races would prob-1,
nlily he between the boat hos nnJ
steamer crews as the boat clubs had no i
trews In training, I
Walter 0 Smith made the very good
suggestion thnt the officers of the
Kronen 1 miser be nsked to take part
1 in mo oa s proceedings. 11 was no- MacVars ns the Dean. John W. B11--I
noiinceil. however, that the cruiser had , , Sn,tllergi :mmelt Shackelford
left the harbor this morning,
The literary commlttie reported
progress and n meeting of thnt com
mittee wns railed for 1: 30 this after
noon. Chairman Smith urged on nil th:
committees the necesslt) for prompt
work. V. J. Coelho wns added to the
llterar) commlttie and C. J. Campbell
to the committee on sports. O. V. It
King. O. II. Strnthme.ver, J. J. Kelley
and II. H. Wright were appointed a
committee on fireworks These men nio '
also members of the geneial cnmmltte
The committee adjourned to meet at
li .Id 1'rld.i) next In the Chamber of
Commerce looms when It Is anticipated
the program will be complete.
POOK .JOHN CHINAMAN.
In the Pollie Court this forenoon
Judge Wilcox remnrkid that It would
not be sui prising to hear of the funer-1
I ul of a police olllrer nt liny time If the
I course of breaking open the doors of
various people were persisted In. The
remark wns brought forth by the testl-1
I mony of lluiirnhan, police officer. In 1
1 the ense of n Chinnmnn arrested last
night on the charge of unlawful pos
session of opium. He called nut "Mu
knl" twice nnd then broly into thoi
It Is understood that a certain pol'te '
officer lias been In the habit of bieak
lug Into the houses of Chinese in n
searth lifter opium and. Incidental!) .
the part of tin' possible fine thnt Is one
of his perquisites. 1
In this morning's case, the Chinaman
was found guiltv on the testlnioib of
l.t Cheung, the Chinese interpieter
I who testified thnt the "stuff" piodiiceil
b) the ofllter. although smoked three
j times, still contained a very little 1
opium Judge Wilt ox gnvo thn follow
a month's impilsonmcnt nnd costc
This, of course, menus no "shnre" fori
I Hnnrnhiiii. Attorney Hitchcock mi
1 mediated) noted an appeal,
A white man, who heard n part of
the trial said to a reporter of this pa-
I per' "If llunrahiin or any other polite
iiilllcer ever attempted to enter my
house without n warrant, I would fill
him full of holes nntl I would not be
surprised to hear of u dead police olll-
' err nt nuy moment. The only unfoi-
1 tiinute part of the whole thing Is that
, sue b nun ulwu)s go nfter the p'.ue-
i aide Chlunm.in. Tin seem to leave
the morn ngglessive people alone"
tSljiiiH Arc Needed,
'I In re Is need of signs mid n diret
toi) houid III the biselilellt of the Capi
tol. A ilimtoi) 011 the llrst floor to all
ollites In tho building would also bo
11 gli'iit Impitivcmi nt. I.) In A Die key
set mid distill t magistrate, has put In
11 li'ipilslllou for 11 sign In his nlll e
door. Ho a)M people urn iiilitlnuiillv
Inquiring their vvn to v minus ollhc
Koine have iciiun tu him In bu iiiviiiue
st a in pn.
(lenl's lli'liusdoif il)o black mix mi
pirlor qualll), Ivvn pairs for W mils,
At L. Illl Knr a Cn (Jin en slnet fur
finu week only; ilon't mil la me tlii'iii,'
Neill Pleases With
His Captain Lettarblair
! Whin Miss Marguerite Merrlugton
write '('nptalii tattrrblnlr" she wioto
a pre tt pln Tho ill ilogue In places Is
as dalnt) ns the tint of a rose l-.if nnd
the love story told has nil the dellcncy
I of old rose leaves In th pel sou of
Captain Lettarblair there Is the sinvlty
of an Irish Chesterfield nnd the gal
lantrj of Sir Walter Jtulelg.i. !le turn
ed n Jest aimed at him In tl e direction
I of the shooter nnd his rcpar'ee scintil
lates with epigrams nnd delightful
Irish wit. "You look blue, tills morn
ing." savs Merlvnle, the villain to
which the pride of tho regiment replies,
"Blood will tell, Merlvnle, blind will
I The presenting of n rcflneH Irishman
I upon the stnge of Honolulu Is ipilte e
I decided novelty. It wns h new sensa
tion bcrp last night. Th u-uil stnso
Irishman wears gallwn.vs pml n biouge
I that ran he rut with n knife.
James Neill ns Capttln Leitnrllalr
' last evening gave n glimpse of his un
doubted versatility which will doubt
less be noted In the man widely con
trasted rhaiacterlzatloiiH thnt he Is to
j present here. The great dMIzlit In ills
acting Is that it Is natural There is no
strnlnlng for ITi ct nn 1 no repenting
the line points of the play two or three
1 limes for fenr the nudlenc! will not
see them. His tonversitin'i upon the
stnge Is the same as It woiill he nt a
dinner table or any other place In leal
life The love scene In the last net Is
especially unique nnd d liglitful whero
1'nnny proposes to Lettnibl.ilr. "A Ut-
,1. ,mir .... . ........ ,,.. . ,.,..
blalr. "and cm must make a few mora
I allusions to me charm. '
I Miss IMvtbc Chniimio wns the ceni
)f tm? fenllnlnp romngeiu. as rnnny
, nnt,,,on ,JlP ler.sll. Her vole- is as
soft nnd pleasing ns the int" in Mel
nottc's love story to Pauline Her
scene with th edoor knob wns the most
attractive spot In nn altogether attrac
tive nnd finished performance, Frank
.In t In Dean, Robert Morfrls nnd Lillian
Andrews, mnile up nn ensemble tint
has never had an equal upon the Hono
lulu stage The stage setting, bore
the customary Neill trade mark of ar
Tomorrow evening Mr. Neill a III be
.,, ng ,h( )omf, KnfiMl ,,, rhum-
Ie. a part made
famous by K. II.
At the OrpliL'Unl,
The reduction In prices to orcliej.
trn Tu tents, parquctto circle .'0 terns
unci gnllir) 2" tents nt the Orphcur.i
has pioveil cpilte an agreeable move
l.irger nnd better pleased houses his
been the result A great number who
wished to see "The (llrl from Pari'
nnd could not afford to pay the former
prices arc now taking advantage of tho
Tonight will he tho Inst perform
ance of this delightful Trench musical
lomedy mid u good sale nt the box
olllce Is going on.
In the Police Courtthls forenoon Joo
Mahl, n )oung Hawaiian, wns sen
tenced to n month's imprisonment at
bard labor mid to pay costs, Mahl stole
n blc)elc from a Japanese receutl).
roi'imi or jklv
A great number of Hawaiian mid
Amerlinn Hags can bo gotten In Ivvuk.i
ml's stole Hotel street
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
. Just openeJ by the.,
Manufactnrers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete with gooj
good style and good wear.
. .If you cannot cmne in with your
JiiUtcn, truj tlieni 111 and they will r
iclve Juit the wi'iie uie and allrutlon
.111J their ret will be Jutt at CJtfltllly
fittcJ, a If you were wllli them,
We'll fit the M II you'll ,u?t Iiu
hill, and pruiiiiM you Hut Mil villi lx
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