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WH6 is Your Favorite School Teacher ?
ONB VOTE FOR
I TIIH MOST POPULAR
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VI11. No. 1571.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. JUNK JM) 1000
Pkiub 5 Ohntb.
JUDGE LITTLE IS PLEASED
Reviews Work Upon Hawaiian Law
Bill tod Lav Compared Speak for Tbemselus
Future Offers Plenlj of hard Patriotic
ttoii lor Ail Uiiicus.
Judge Gilbert F. Little returned In
the China )tstcrday, tlia name hale and
hearty "Colonel," though the President
has honored him with a Judgeship.
Judge Little lias done heroic work fur
Hawaii during his absence. He fought
for the people tingle handed and won'
out against the antagonism of wealth
nnd piejudlce. Senutois and Congress
men writing of his woik for the liberal
American features of the bill speak of
him In the highest terms.
In a tall; with a llulletlu reporter Inst
evening Judge Little said:
"I am Indeed cry giail to return to
ny Island home nnd friends. This hat
been a long, anxious session of Con
gloss for the friends of Hawaii, 'lhe
pecullui conditions existing In Porto
Kleo and the other lusulai possession
made the passage of our bill at times
look n little dubious.
"1 liau no comment ns to the work 1
did on the bill. If J on compaie the bill
us originally picscntcd by the Com
missioners In detull with the bill which
has now become a law, jou will bee
that It has undergone many needed
changes nnd too much gratitude can
not be bestowed upon Senator Clark
of W) omlng nnd Senator Cullom. Like
sentinels on guard they were eer nlert
to the best Interests of all the citizens
of our new Territory, and It Is to them
that the honor Is duo tor the splenuid
bill wo now hate. Our path of duty
under It as good citizens lies plainly
before us. We must not hesitate but
amid the untried scenes which now
await Us. We must go forward cau
tiously jet fearlessly to the discharge
of the duties which the changes and
mutations of time may bring to us.
"We must be honest with oursehes
as well ub with our fellow citizens In
the management, discussion and dis
position of all questions of public In-
"Those who hne charge of the Ter
ritorial government should take care
that the spirit of our organic act Is
carried out during tho forma the period
of our existence. Affairs should be so
shaped for Its future well-being and ul
timate greatness that In nfter )enrs
their wisdom and Bound Judgment can
be referred to with Just and patriotic
"it certainly would be particularly
pleasing to President McKlnle) and hW
olllclal family to And that the passage
of the Hawaiian bill and the establish
ment of American laws and Institutions
In the Territory of Hawaii hae ef
fectually r,elleed us from local alien
ation. Jealousy and Internal strife. Cer
tain It Is that commercially us well as
politically our success would be mure
marked and enduring than It will be
If we all pull in different directions.
"What do I think of McKlnley and
Itooserelt? It Is the winning ticket, ns
It should be. Mr. McKlnley Is a great
man. Ho Is one of those men nho3e
conduct In public life and whose de
portment as a citizen endears him hi
the people; he touches tho heart of the
people as well as their Intelligence.
The not only admire, they also low
"As regards tho delegate to Wash
ington, he should by all means be ..
llepubllcau nnd so recognized b) the
national administration. He should not
only be a Republican but a man w ho
knows the ropes and can pull them ef
fectually for the good of all our peo
ple. Our delegate should be an Ameil
can who Is well acquainted In Wash
ington and be qualified by wisdom,
experience and good Judgment to give
the serious affairs of our new Terri
tory his best effort in tho Interest of
all her citizens.
"Our commerce, our cable, our In
tel nal Improvements all need Immedi
ate, and careful consideration. 1 did
not have time at this session to look
nfter all of t the various things which
iiecded attention, In our formative pe
riod great caro must be taken to stait
well We must not fall to remember
that ultimately we shall have national
Importance and national magnitude
nnd If directed within tho popular
sphere of constitutional government,
having Intel ests common, associated
and Intermingled wo shall soon be
looked upon with favorable patriotic
regard In our efforts for early State
hood. "Tho Iltilletln was very much sought
after In Washington city by public
men ns tho only recognized Republican
newspaper In Honolulu nnd for no self
I thank your peoplo very much for the
many kind words spoken by It to en
courage mo to do what was for the good
Armstrong's attacks on me from
Washington were recognized by all as
the vaporlngs of a common ass and
coward. A comparison of the history
of the bill In Its various stage with his
letters will at once show that he de
liberately lied to his paper In order to
In some way compensate hlmsell and
associates In Washington for the disas
trous defeat they met at every angle
of the line, The bill tells the story
of their defeat more eloquently than
"I thank you for calling on me nnd
hope that the kind words you have
spoken as to my good work Is voiced by
all my friends; duty well performed
Is a very high compliment to a man
who loves lils country."
Voting Becomes Brisk
in the Teachers Contest
The list of teachers who have h.itl
otes cast for them in the voting
contest for the most popular teacher,
with the standinu of the contest up
to June 30, is published to day.
The names have not been published
heret fore owing to objection on the
part ot some of the teachers of Ho
nolulu. It has been found, how
ever, that most of the teachers for
whom votes have been cast are not
.tmonj! those who objected, so, with
few exceptions, the list is published
in full this evening, as follows :
Miss Kelley, HIrH School sopj
J. F. Scott, Walmea, Kauai 15.S0
Miss Edith Ueltr,Ft.St.Meht Sell 145S
Miss A. Thomas, Lihue, Kami 750
Rev Kong Yin let, St. Peter's 480
Alex. Mackintosh, Rojal 479
Miss Maggie Nape, Walluku, Maul 150
Mls Amy Roe. Private no
' .Kauluwela 70
. Kaahepua .... 61
J. C. Anderson, lolanl to
AUss M. Smith, Kaiulanl 46
T. P Harris, Royal..
Isaiah Pahu, Reform.
Mr. Fltz, lo'anl.
V. A. Carvalho, Honomu, Hawaii 14
, lolanl tj
, lolanl n
, Kaahopua , 11
Marv Ann Pa.Halhaku. Mu1.... n
C. Hemenwjy.Oahu Collect.... 8
MIssMabelKau.St.Andiew sPriory 7
Mr. J. F. Lane, lolanl , 5
.Kaahopua , . 4
Mrs. L. A. Shaw, St. Peters' 4
. L. Aseu, St. Peters'
Itllllld IMUIUU, IXUIUd
Willie Neal, Koloa..
, , Koyal
Miss Beatrice Young, St. Andrew's
, High 1
Miss L. Hart. Walmea. Kauai .. 1
Miss H. Dickinson, Lahalna t
Miss Lyseit, Mahukona, Hawaii
Miss L. Aheong, Pauoi
The Australia leaves on her next
trip on Tuesday, July 10; the con
test will close therefore on Saturday
morning, July 7, at 10 a. m. sharp
The next beihe the last week of the
contest the votes will be counted
and the result announced daily.
The contest has aroused a great
deal of enthusiasm among the school
children all of whom naturally wish
to give their favorite teacher a pleas
ant vacation trip and the youngsters
have been working like beavers get
ting their friends to cut out coupons
and to subscribe for the Bulletin.
That they experienced very little
difficulty in the latter effort is shown
by the way subscriptions have been
pouring in lor tne last two months.
There will no doubt be some sur
prising developments during the last
day for a great many v,ites are be
ing held back for the finish. It is
certainly a pleasing wav for the
children to show their affection and
regard for their teachers by thus
working for them, and a trip to San
Francisco and return will certainly
be no more than de-erved by the
teachers whom the greatest number
of vote- show to be in truth the
most popular. The fact that the
Australia is the vessel which will
carry the fortunate teacher is in it
self an added attraction. The Aus
tralia is our ferry boat between Ho
nolulu and 'Frisco and is as regular
as clockwork. The eating is de
clared by everyone who has traveled
on her to be most excellent and
a more genial and accomodating set
of officers would be hard to find.
Votes in this contest will be given
to new subscribers only as follows
according to the term of their sub
scription: 1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 '
I m;ar 750 "
Subscriptions are 75 cts. a month
or S8 a year in advance.
Gent's Hermsdorf dyo black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 23 tents,
at L. 1111 Keir & Cn.'s, Queen street for
one week only; don't fall to see them.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
ROOMS 11-it, ud Floor A.M 4 P. M
HOUR! l 1 )o-g jo r M
WATER RATES OF WAILUKU
Thsy Are Copied From New Rates
Objections Raised by Wallukii Residents -What
Superintendent HcCandless Has to Say
Poorer Classes Not Pressed Rich Pay,
Wnlluku, Juno 29. Citizens of Wnl
luku nre In n turmoil now and the
cause Is the list of water rates for Wnl
luku and Kahulul's now "water system
which nppenrcd In last Saturdays Mr.ul
New b over tho signature of John A
McCandlcss, Superintendent of Public
Works of tho Territory of Huwnll.
The published schedule of charges
has not met with thn approval of the
citizens of Wnlluku who seem to think
that tho government. Intends to make
money nil of a sudden. The rates raive
from 0 to SOU, $8 per annum for one
story buildings nnd $9 for two stories,
to $19 per annum for n ground surface
covering from 3500 to 4000 squnre fed.
Hut the greatest kick Is at the special
rntes which read thus.
"Section 2. Tor horses. Including
water for wnBhlug vehicles for first
horse, (3 per nnnuni.'for second, thlid,
fourth and llfth horse, each $2 per an
num; for sixth to fiftieth hoisc, each
$1 per annum, for lift -first horse, e.teh
75 cents per annum, same for mules
Tor first cow $1.50 per annum; for
second to fifth cow, each $1 per an
num; for sixth cow nnd above, each 7."
cents per annum.
Irrigation to be charged cent per
jnnl per nnnum, but no charge to be
less thnn $5 per annum for Irrigation
alone. Irrigation where the hours nre
not restricted (for Instance the plan
tations) three cents per square yard
The public can Judge for themselves
whether tho Wnlluku citizens arc kick
ing nt nothing. The other kick Is di
rected at the firm In charge of tapping
the mains, for tho said private firm nre
charging property holders $2 for tap
ping the mains, besides charges for
labor nnd pipes laid from main to two
feel Insldo of the yard whiv" the water
Is to be laid, and the charge has been
nlmost $1 per foot.
Another, firm has started with tho
Iden of laying the water pipes cheaper
for property holders but the difllcult)
Is that only the government pipe mi 11
nre allowed to tup the main and Iny
the pipe until two feet Inside tho nrd
Jus. T. Taylor, the superintendent In
thurge of the Wulluku water works
system, thinks that tho rates are rea
sonable nnd the public ought to b
thankful that they arc let orf for tho
use of their bath tubs, for that Is
charged In some cities In the United
States. A movement, however, will be
started to send a petition to Superin
tendent McCnndloss. proltstlng ngalntt
theso exorbitant charges ns thej claim
nnd thej hope that tho snld olllclal.
when the matter Is well explained to
him, will listen to the prnjcr of thu
citizens of Walluku and Knhulul. Thu
water from the new main Is now con
nected with private houses and the
force of water from -lnch pipes is
sufficient for all ordlnnry purposes.
Tho only kick Is at tho rntes.
John A. McCandlcss, Superintendent
of Public Works, was Interviewed with
regard to the complaint from Wnlluku
icgnidlug water rates mentioned in thu
Ilulletlii's cortspondcnic. He stated
..hat thu rates chaiged thu holders of
privileges connected with the wutci
woiks nt Walluku were cxuctl) the
h.une ns chaiged the people of Honolu
lu. .Mr. McCundless conducted thu ic
portci to the ollito of thu water works,
so as to obtain n more pnttlctilat statu
mcnl from tho ollUers of tho bureau.
Andrew Hi own, Superintendent of
Water Works, explained that new rates
had been mallo for Honolulu, which
would bo llghtei on the poor ami heav
ier on the rich thnn the old rules. All
would pay In tho proportion of tho
amount of servlco they respectively en
Jojed. Heretofore, the lowest ratu
charged was $15 n year. Now u house
privilege could be obtained as low us
$8 a ear.
J. W. Pratt, chief clerk of the bureau,
hero called attention to an Instnnte of
tho reduction then present. A citizen
was In tho act of p.ivlng his rate who
had never paid loss than $15 before It
was for n cottage anil his ruto now wiik
Mr. Pratt had tho San Front Isrn
rntes, and mndo some comparisons be
tween them and those of Honolulu
Whllu hero the charge for Irrigation Is
one-half cent per squntii vurd per an
num, that In Ran Francisco Is one-half
cent per squnre jard per month, or
twelve times ns high Again, S-ia
Francisco levies a spirlal rato on eveiv
wash basin, bath tub, etc , but such no
eessur) convenient en requiring water
are not taxed In Honolulu
Htsldenio pinpnrtles all over Hono
lulu are being measured for the pur
poses of tho now Irrigation rates, so
that theso will be established by the
Hist of .Innunr)
House water rates nro graduated ac
cording to the square feet of ground
surface covered by tho houses, Thus,
up to 800 square feet the rote Is $8 for
n one-story, nnd $9 for a two-story
building. Tho old rate of $15 lint Is
not reached now until the eighth de
gree, which Is for n building covering
1800 to 2000 square feet.
If Irrigation is confined to such four
hours ns nre published from time to
time tho rate Is one-half cent per
square yard of ground, no annual
charge to be less thnn $1. When thw
hours nre not restricted, the water be
Ing used nt will excepting wanton
waste thrco cents per square yard Is
the annual charge
lluslncss plarcs ot nil kinds nro
chargeable according to the estimated
quantity of water used.
Wnter for horses and wnshlng vehi
cles ranges from $3 per head per annum
to 75 cents per head for more than
flft). For rows It Ib $1.50 the first
down to 75 cents per head for moro
Mr. Iirnwn snld, regarding tho Wal
luku complaint of excessive charges
lor making connections, that they who
three times ns high ns the work was
done for In Honolulu. That would
prnbahl) be remedied, however, ! the
Wnlluku superintendent when nppoliK
rli. Mr Mi C.i nd less Is awaiting a jo
ciUPKled recommendation of a suitable
man frnniAVniluku residents before np
polutlng n superintendent.
Entries for Races
on WailukiTs Fourth
Walluku, June 29. Entries tor the
races to bo held at Spreckels Park, Kn
hulul, next Wednesday, Jul 4th, clos
ed nt tho odlco ot fJco. lions, Secretary
of the Maui Racing Association, today
at noon. There were n large number of
tho Maul sports present when the sec
retary rend Out tho list of tho cntrtej,
which were us follows:
Hlcycle race Entries to be mado at
the track on day of races.
Running ruce.half-mlle dash, for maid
en pc.nlcs Entries, Huby Iluth, Shoo
! F)i;j.iiroveranch Hoy, Son of n (1., and
Trotting nnd pacing to harness Ono
mile heats, best two In three, throa
minute class. Kntrles. Merrlmni!,
Lightning nnd McKlnley.
Three-quarter mile ilnsh, running
race. Untried: Hilly C, Admiral
Dewey nnd Klhel l.ll).
(Juarter-mlle dash, running race.
Entries Dab) Iluth, Short Fly, Muusv,
Henrietta, (iroveranch Ho), Son of a
(!., unit S.111.
Trotting nnd pacing to harness, best
2 In 3. Kntrles. Sweetie, Jcriy,
Dawn, Lightning, Klhel Ho) and Mnr
Ilunnlng race, Corinthian race, one
mile dash, only members of the asso
ciation to ride, Entries to close nt race
track. Hlly C. nnd otlicrn.
Mule race, running race, one mile
dash. Entries. Tltanla, Nlol, Toj
Slow, nnd Klckapoo.
Foot race, 100 ards dash. Entries
to cloie on day of race.
Trotting nnti pacing to harness, hnlf
mllc heats, best 2 In 3, for Maul pon
ies, 14 hands nnd under. Entries:
Sweetie, Lively nnd Captain Jinks.
Ilunnlng race, half-mile nnd repeat.
Entries: Mlklol, Haby and Mousey.
The above program will furnish
amusement ror Maul citizens to eelo
br.ite nnd enjoy tho first Fourth of
Jul) ler the Territory of Hawaii,
and the events will all piove worth go
ing tu see The race ti.irk has been
repaired nnd luipioved nnd a new
Judge's stand erected In plate of the
one burned per order or the Hunnl it
Health during the plnguo epidemic- In
Knhulul, Tho owners of the various
animals to bo entered nt tho races are
training them for tho great event.
While thero won't bo any record break
ers on that day, tho events will prove
KAMALO'8 GOOD SHOWING.
Tho Knmnlo Sugar Co has Just soli
to tho Puna Sugar Co. 2.992 bags ot
seed cane, aggregating within n few
pounds of 108 tons. This was taken olf
a piece of land lacking a few feet of
three acres and therefore makes a
showing of Cf! tons of cano totho acre
Figuring nt a liberal estimate eight
tons of cane for a ton of sugnr, inukes
a yield of about seven tons of suger
to tho nc re from tune that Is not cpilto
ten months old Tills Is an cxcellc nt
showing nnd ono that Is Just now giv
ing the stockholders of Kamalo a great
deal of pleasure.
FOURTH OF JULY
A gnat number of Hawaiian nnd
mcrlcau flags can be gotten In Iwakn
nil's store, Hotel street.
As et no arrangements have been
made for a part of the band to go to
Illlo The people of the Halny Cll)
will havo to do with a brass band
Fn rflno full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. 11. Kerr & Co , Queen street. .These
chlrts are strictly high grade as to tit
MANY JUDICIAL HATTERS
George E. Boardmao Sues firemen's
Fund Company (or $7000.
New Jersey Corporation After Its Local
Agent Various Probate Cases In
quiry From San Francisco.
Monday, July 9, Is appointed for
I Hearing me pemum lur iiiscuurKt' en i.
Rubinstein, assignee of S Decker
Cecil Hrown, administrator or the
will of Kuhalokul, accounts for recelpU
or $1150 and pa)inents of $99S.SI.
Thos F. O'Nell. depot) clerk of the
Superior CourC San Francisco, bus
written to the Clerk of the Judiciary,
Inquiring If the late Mrs. F. Schlmmel
fcuiilg left a will.
Kinney, Hallou & McClannhan 'for
plaintiff In the bill to cancel lease of
James Wight vs. Eliza Yates McKcn
zle, has given notice to Cecil Hrown
nnd other nttornc) for defendant to
produce nil books of nccount, receipts,
vouchers and other documents rolntlvo
to the ranch business now nnd hereto
fore conducted b) her on the lands i
question nt Kohala
II. L. Marx, administrator, has filed
an Inventory of the estate of the late
J. W. Winter, showing n value of $7741
Henr) II Worthlngton. n New Jer
so) corporation, has hi ought n suit In
eqult) for declaration of trust and frr
tempornr) Injunction ngnlnst L II
Nutting nnd the Hank of Hawaii. The
pro) eis are to declare the bank to be.
a trustee for the benefit of the plaintiff
ot $5793 01, nlleged to hnvc been wrong
fully deposited by Nutting In his own
name while confidential sales manager
for Worthlngton, and that Nutting be
directed to assign to (he plaintiff his
right of action against the hank for tho
Mr. Hnrtwcl) and Atkinson & Judd
hnvc tendered L. II. Nutting's cheque
for $5793 01 on the Dank of Hawaii, re
serving their client's right to sue
Worthlngton ror the amount, which hi
claims Is less than the company1 owe
Judge Stanley has appointed John
Cassldy guardian ot Nellie nnd Hnrry.
minor children of the late Henry W.
Mcintosh under $'00 bonds John Mc
intosh having come of age Henry
Smith, Clerk of the Judiciary, Is direct
ed to pay him his one-third distribu
tion share ot the pilnclpil.
(Jeorge E. Ho.it ilman has brought an
action ngalntt the Flieman's Fund In
surant c Co, ot San Francisco, to re
cover $7000 Insurance on his residence
burned b) order of the Hoard of Health
His attornejs uu S. F Chllllngworth
nnd llumphre)s& Andrews
SUPREME COURT STALLED
There can be no organization of th"
Supreme Court of the Territory until
the commissions of Chief Justice Frci.
and Associate Justice Perry arrlvo from
Washington. Messrs. Frear and Whit
ing hold over as Associate Justices
until their successors nre qualified.
Assoclato Justice Ralbralth took the
oath of ofllce beforo Justice Frear this
morning. Ho was attended on the oc
casion by Judge Little, who brought his
commission from Washington., Tho
only member of tho Court, therefore,
who Is qualified pr his position, as ap
pointed b President McKlnley, Is Jus
As tho Court can onl) be legally con
stituted of it Chief Justice and two As
sociate JustlciH its eugnnlzntlon under
prtst nt elrciimstnuces Is Impossible
Ihere Is no Chief Justice quallllcd.
Yacht Itonnle Dundee.
The r.ico for (list class )achts on tho
Fourth of Jul) Is to be much more In
tc testing thnn at tit st supposed for it
hits been decided to enter tho Ronnie
Dundee, (lovernor Dole's fast yacht.
Some of the yachtsmen called on thu
Governor the other day and asked him
to allow somo )oung men to tnke hold
of tho boat and enter her. Mr. Dole re
ferred tho )achtBmcn to C. II, Smith,
who has often been with him in his
boat. Smith consented to race the
lont, got Arthur Merry and Guy Gere
In with him and formed a racing hill.
Tho Ronnie Is now on the small dry
dock at the HealAnl boat house having
repairs mado on her stern post so as to
bo In lit condition for the big race.
MIhh Howe ItccitfilH.
Miss Howe will give her setiind re
tltnl nt tho Y M. C A Mondn) evening-
noxt nt S o'clock. Those win
heard Miss How a at the (list recital
wej-o very well pleased with her enter
tainment nnd will be glad to hear her
again This will be her last recital In
Honolulu ns she will go to Hllo next
week. Admission Is 50 tents.
Unnhkecpcp nt Hamcui.
Walluku, Juno 29. It Is runiiiri-1
that J. W. L .uinwnlt, port surveyor
ot Knhulul, has accepted the position
of bookkeeper for Hamoa plantation,
ft f 1 1 t i'i ft ft tt u vi it
ft A Knu Hawaii, correspondent '
it writes ns follows regarding a
it heavy earthquake shock t
it June 27, 0 10 n. m. Have Just i
had the ver) heaviest earthquake tt
it experienced In the Knu district ft
it since 1SS7. Fortunately, there was it
it no damage as In 1887. We all
) thought Madame Pole had gone it
it to sleep for good but we are un-
.' fortiinntel) mistaken v
A1 -X ) it it it it
Reformer Khai Chew
Draws Crowds on Maui
Walluku, June 29 Ltuiig Klut
Chew, the Chinese reformer leturued
from Kuln and Maknwao districts )ei
terday and proceeded en route to I-a-halna
the same da) accompanied by a
cavultadc ot Chinese on horseback nnd
some In hacks
The reformer returns to Honolulu to
da). He give up his trip to liana on
nccount of hnving received a very
urgent call b) the last mall to return
to China b) the first opportunity Mr.
Leung Khal Chew has met with great
success on .Muul both politically and
lliinuclall) Most of the Chinese In
Wnlluku nnd Mnknwno districts are In
favor with his movement One of the
Muul enthusiasts In the cause has sub
set Ibed $750 and another $310 Several
of the leading Chinese think or cutting
off their queues, thereby foreswearing
their allegiance1 to the present regime.
InpnncHC All At Work.
Walluku. June 29 High Sheriff
Drown unci six men uf the Honolulu
mounted patrol were visitors at Wal
luku this week. Mr Hrown nnd his
men enme here expecting to llnd Maul
In a state of turmoil or Insurrection,
but Instead of that the High Sheriff
found ever) thing serene, thanks to the
energ) nnd Ingenuity of Sheriff Ilald
wln and his olllrers and men In quell
ing the differences between the Japan
ese contract laborers and the various
All the plantations nre now working
In full force tr)lns to get off the lait
of this season's crop. The Wnlluku
plantation It Is expeetml will yield over
S0OO tons of sugar this )ear, so says
sugar boiler Win. Halle).
The Southwells npear In Olivette to
night for the last time. Those rho
have no seen this clover bill should get
tickets e.ul fe, it Is n strong K.tt.r
da) attraction Mouthy the company
will pit-M-nt here for the llrst 1 1 mi a
grand spectacular pioc'ucllon of Sou
sa'a glorious opvi El Capllau. Vhls Is
tne of the greatest comic opera
trluiiips of man) )ears.. Its run at th
Grand Opera House, "Frisco was tre
mendous, It was received nightly by
crowded houses with cheers nnd en
thusiastic demonstrations of approval.
Parties wishing good seats on tho open
ing nights should engage them in ad
vance. Returntt Permanently.
J. S. Low, formerly of Theo. H. Da
vies &. Cei.'s clerical staff, returnnl
from Hawaii In tho Klnati. He 1ms been
ranching on tho big Island some time.
Mr. Low- Is going Into the emplo) of
Hind, ftnlpli & Co.. who nro about tr
open nn ofllce In Honolulu ns planta
tion, shipping and commission agents,
with custom house hiokerage Included
Athletic boitliig ami social circles will
be glad to have Mi. Low back In town.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
PAIN PEN All sizes, nil shapes H.
'. WICHMAN .
They arc regular
" Knockabout " $;
If you cannot corn" In with your
children, -end them In and they will ra
celve just the same care and attention
and their feet will be just as carefully
fitted, as if you were w ith them.
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