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THE PROGRESSIVE BULLETIN AND ITS PATRONS STAND FOR.
Vol. IX, So. 157
HOVOIiUIif TJCRIUTOItV OK HAWAII, AIOXDAX, Jt'LV l). WOO.
THE HAWAIIAN COMMISSION. AMERICAN POLICY DEFINED' ARE "UP AGAlNbT IT"
MONEY ORDERS REhUMhD CUELHO'S EXPENSIVE SIlUKE
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Secretary Potter Writes Governor
Dole From Parts.
Space Allowed Will Admit Creditable Display
The Major Busy Decorating Pend
ing ArrlTtl ot Exhibit.
Major Geo. C. Potter, Srttrv Ha
waiian Commission, writes Iium Pnrla
on Juno 12 to Governor 8. U. Dote, glv-
InK the following Information about I
tie Commission and ths exhibit:
"MHlr nrrlln.t In P.irli tin ll.1V I. I
agd. As soon ns Mr. Feck returns from I cans now In'Chlna whose lives ait now he sn)s It -will be his last day In the Mr. McCatullcss exhlblled maps of
I-oudon, where he Is lslitij for a lew In Jeopurdy. I president's chair. The Hoard must do the proposed street alterations In C'hl-
ilajs,. the Hawaiian Commission will' 2. To afford protection to Americans ' something. Unt how on earth ran the ' natown. The meeting w.is In faor ol
make 'Its formal call upon hlm, and and American Interest In China until Hoard do nn)thlng when there I no the changes It wns suggested Hint the
also upon the French Commissioner j order la restored and their safety Is' thing further that con be done? Just Superintendent of Public Works In
General, Mr. PicnrJ. assured. here Is where tho stone wall comes In. ' ltc proper! holders In the district 'n
"Our exhibit has urtlved safel) nt 3. To prepaic to protect American' The law In the nntter stipulates that ' miot him nt his olllcc
llavro and may be along any day, trade rights If dismemberment of Chi- the president of tho Hoard of lliullh
though lam Infoimetat the offie that I na becomea Imminent ( must bo a member of that body and
the usual time frot.i Havre to I'nr.s i 4. To seek no tenitoiy In the evint that he must sen c without pay.
for exhibition mntter Is F-rce week, of partition, but to demand an abio- When Dr. Wood handed In his reslg
1'nsBcngers make the trip In Ave uoi.ra. , lute guurnnlee of equal ceramri'lal nation after having made such .in
French rallwa) olil la'i ore tiy dell-'
berate and cannot be hurried.
"The Bpjcc awgledUo us Is In the J
1'aliii.o of the Trocadsro, a permjticnt
building. It Is lu one of tno lorr.eiors
between the exhlblM of tLe llards of
Cuba and Icolard. about forty fl loij
and nine feet Wile. In tl.lt spic I
think wo can make ncry creditable
showing and I am now b isy w-..h
drapers and ruiictit.' arranging 'ho
"Tho decoration of the Cuban exhibit
Is very elaborate unrt pentlve, lepre
scntlng an Italian colonnade of staff.
Iceland, on the othoi; hand,
plain. I Bhnll endeavor to
Is very I
something tasteful and appropriate, I
and which will be .n keeping with the
"I wish now thjt-I Lad brought rtoie
Hawaiian antiquities, out as )ou any
remember Skiff telegraphed not to. 1
lll report progress In a vvtek's lime."
$200.00 IN PRIZES
The BULLETIN offers to the per
son.' 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 nt prize Is A liberty
to choose between mojets 00, 01 and 04 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
1 road racer, weight 30 pounds. Model 02
la a light road w heel, w elghlng 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road w heel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be elected from the stock
of the Honolulu Itlcycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the vv Inner of 1st prize be
8nd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize rriay choose
between these three stvles of machines:
top, ootn nve-orawer maenmes, or me
"Automatic." with three drawers. Tills
ciachlne will be frnlheJ by II. Bcr-
ftcracn. soie agciu lur 111c navvanan
Srd Prize, Premo 8entor Camera,
4x8, with Outfit, S4q.OO.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Svvln
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack .inc.
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes I Pi ite Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rick,
Graduate, Stirring Rod wd Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
ent Improvement on tlicGrnmo
phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet InventeJ. It Is to tw
selected from the stock of the BcrfiHtrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaii in
The following conditions of the contest
aiust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid al
Isast three months In advance.
1. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlois will be counted in this contest as
ew subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
j. Subscriptions should be sent In as
soon 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 rent care should be taken
to give ACCURATfcLY the full name and
sddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try (or these prizes.
Subscription Rites: J8.00 per year,
$20 'or three months; strlctlv In advance
W. 11. Sims leaves lu the 11stralh
tomorrow for an extended trip to tho
Coast. Mr Sims has been ill for sev
eral months being fouel to give up
business at times Ills ph)slcluu have
finally ordered hlm to tnko a completo
change and glvo up business entlielv
for n time. Mr. Sims will gj to Cali
fornia to recuperate.
A complete now stock ot gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D. Kerr'a,
Will Merely Demand Protection for,
Dots Not WidI Tttiltory In China-Likely
to Be Important Factor In Settle
ment Between EororeanJ.
Waalilngton, June 27. This repre
sents the policy of the Administration
In ilealliiK with the situation In China
It la outlined by a high official ot the
1. Til ClVO lmniedlste relief tO Al(rl
privileges, and not Atcnd the United
States sphere of Inlluence beyond the
Oirtclnls of the Administration dis
like to contemplate and are disinclined
to discuss .freely the political aspe.l
of the Chinese situation to far at It
relates to any results which ma (.rite
from military opeintlons. It Is i.escit
ed that this Government will make no
demand for territory although Us
commercial IntcresU In the Far East
will requlic the United Statse to watch
closely the progress of events and
should tho powers decide to dlvldo
China and to establish a Joint protec-
torntc, this Government may require of
the powers a formal agreement that
will Insure protection to American
commerce. This agreement doubtless
would be practically Identical wth theia)itig tneir iiusmess would not allow
present open door convention among
the powers. I
It was aald today that with the res-!
toratlon of order n conference of the '
powers doubtless would be called. In I
nny event, It Is well understood hera
that tho United States Government will
be nn Important factor In the lettle-'
ment of the Chinese situating It Is
believed China would loon to the Unit-
ed States aa Its best friend, while tin-
powers desiring to extend their rpheres
of Influenco naturally would eeled the
United States us the logical umpire,
The chief reason for this fettling to-
ward the United States Is the conn-
dence entertained both by China and
by European powers that thle Govern-
ment has no desire to acquire tcrrltoiy
In China In case of the dismemberment
and partition of the empire
hoped by the Administration that tho
present trouble In China will not lead
to the downfall of the reigning d) nasty
for the reason that either Installation
of a new Chinese Government or divi
sion of the empire would be fraught
with great danger.
Naturalization of Aliens
Edwards Produced Under Writ ol Ei or
-Special Trim Will Begin
Certificates of naturalization weio Is
sued by the Supicmo Court on Saturday
to James J. Maidonald James I).
Tregloau, Thomas I: Krouse, A. 11.
Scrlmgeour, .InmcB Stelncr, Alet D.
Thompson, C. M. V. Forstcr,,John It.
Macaulay, Georgo Darker and llemy
Kdvvard I lore, lately district magis
trate of Walalua, was granted his cer
tificate this morning, alter .which tho
Court continued many other potlilom
for naturalization until tomornw morn
ing, when n decision will be given on
tho eligibility of Captain William
Smith, who claims prior residence of
five jcais by virtue of having been
master and part owner of the Hawa
iian bark Maunn Ala for that period
Geo. L. IMwarda was produced in
court from Oahu prison on a writ of
error sued out by Geo u. Davis, tttur- A ,,,,,. 0f land title fianchlses up
ney. Ills case was continued until this nrn. ., .,., irM.iM1. i,,.iH - h,.i.i i
afternoon. It Involves the questions m
to whether, nfter tho holstlti,? of the
American Hag over theso Islands, a
man ean be put on trial for alrlni"
without Indictment by a grand Jure-,
and bo convicted by tho verdict of less
than tvvelvo petty Jurors.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Room ii-H, ird Floor I 9 a , r,
I 1 109 o r M
Toe Board of Health Is In a
Get a President Onljf Members
Serve and Tbey Yill Hot
Must Be Paid Position.
The Hoard of Ikiilth, to use a nlang
phrase, Is "up against It." The presl
dene) still remain open and there la
no Immediate, probability of anyone
' stfililtltitr Ittli. Ihn tilapa lit V. ,w,,1 ...in..
1" I n .- ..w i-.uv-.. -. mmni i.w..
tlnuos to none hut nt each meeting
enviable record In the work of fight
Ing the plague, each of tho membets ot
the Iloatd wns asked In mm to ricccpl
the position and each In turn tinsvvci
ed: "(icullomcn, If )ou elect me tu tho
piesldency. 1 will resign from the
Hoard." No one blames them for each
man Iwih his own business to nttend to
and to take the presidency of tho Hoaid
of Health would mean a financial lois.
Next eamn talk about putting Dr.
Gurvln as president but It was soon
pointed out that It wan necessui to
havo a member of the Hoard for tho
place and alsol that, oven If this dltll-
tulty were to bo surmounted, Dr. tlar-
vln wold not servo without pay
Men outsldo the Hoird of Health
were asked to tako the position but,
after careful thought, they refused,
them to accept,
The only wny out of tho difficulty
seems to be through the Legislature.
As soon na asalary is attached to the
position someone will bo found to take
" Just now It cannot be cnlled a much
"ought lifter position. I
The members of the Hoird ot Health
fninkl) admit the; Iiuvo como to 1
stopping plaeO and aro at n lews us to
what to do. Said ono of them this foro-
noon: "The clerk will vei) prdlmbl)
ean a meeting Wednesday, we win as-
semble as usual and, after talking
around In n clrclo again, will como to
tho same stone wall and stop. Dr Wood
I urging the Hoard to do something and
"' members returning tho compll-
SPORTS AT I0LANI COLLEGH
Tho annual distribution cf school
prlres will take place at lolaul College
on Thursday next at 3 a clock. This
will be follow ed nt 3:30 b) 111') athletic
sports. A program of eighteen events
has been arranged and some creditable
performances are expected.
Interest will center round tho compe
tition for tho Victor Ludorum ineclil,
which Is presented by tho old bo)s, nnd
which will be nwarded to the winner
of most marks In the principal open
events. Old !oh, nnd every ono Inter
ested In the school nnd athletics are
cordially invited and n large numbci of
visitors nro expected.
The following Is tho full list of
Potato race, open, 100 Minis undei
l.; 100 )nrds, under 13 high Jump,
open, putting the shot open sack
rnce, under II heats, 100 ) arils, open
100 J aids, old bo)s, 100 vault under
11; 100 yards, small bovs', haudliap;
polo vault, open, high Jump, undr le,
three-legged rnce, open, quarter-mile.
open; 1QU )unls. undei 12, sack tate,
final; 100 )ards under 10: 100 )anU,
LAND FRANCHISES HELD.
(Special to the Uulletln )
Washington, 1). C, June 2'i. Presi
dent McKlnley today approved the
franchises granted by President Dolo
to the Hllo Railroad Company, tho K'o-
' hala & Hllo Hallway Company, the llo-
I noliilu Ilapld Transit & Land Company
und the Flist American Hanlc of Ha-
nl)P)muu for ,,. pUSom.
Tho npprov.il of tho lullroml and hink
fi.iuchlscs was urged nt the Cabinet
meeting b) AttoiHC) Gene1.1l Gliggs lo
whom they had been thoioughly ex
plained by Senatoi Ciillom nnd W, O
J. A. HltlX'KQNS.
Tin: WATi:it.MAN idi:i, foun
I MN Pl.N All sizes, nil shapes. II
Of the ?18,000(iOO din worth of rum
mcrcu done by all nations, Cngl iiiil'a
shale Is IS a per unr, O01 unity's 10 .
per tent, anil 9.7 per cent falls tu ll.u
VERDICT FOR GOVERNMENT
United States Wharf Commission Awards
Damages Against Sheiman.
Chinatown's New Street Plan Considered
Fort Street and WalkikI Road Improve
ment Other Extcuilvc Mailers.
There nan n full attendance at the
Governor's Council today.
A petition of C SI Cooko for an cx-
change of land nt I.unkahn. Niiuanii
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The superintendent also brought up
the matter of extension of Port street,
and It was suggested that prnpert)
holders should be asked what they
would do toward having thf work done.
The same Idea prevailed regarding u
petition to widen Wiilklkloacl to SO
feet to Hie park.
Mr McCnndless stated that he was
rend) In III! In Anln park, when no ,
more earth would ho allowed to bo
removed, and remove tho quarantine i
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wurumiusill lliereutllll. ll Will lue
opinion of tho meeting that the Gov
ernment could not afford uny expense
on that work.
J. II. Wilson wanted an extension of
time on the contracts fur the outfill
snwer. Time was taken for Investiga
tion. P. I.. I-eslle wanted tltlo quletcl -m
property In Chinatown. It was sng-
nested that heieafler pornerty holders
wanting title quieted should pay. siy,
one-fourth the vnlue of the property,
This matter was referred to smmjor'
C. W. Hooth wanted nn exchange of
land In Hcrctnnla nnd Vineyard street
extension. Action was defcrrcl.
It was stated that the Naval Wharf
Commission had given n unanimous
verdict for the (iovernment on arcouut
or ilamago done to the P. M. 3. S. wharf
by the V S. transport Sherman 1 l.n
nmount was not stated, but It Is kno.vn
that the damago amounted to thou -
Hands of dollars.
(jovemor Dole, In answer to Land
Commissioner J. F. Hrow 11. .itatcd chit
ln(, Proslilcnt had approved certain
corporation franchises Involving land,
)nt nothing had been re tin mil from
Washington regarding land granta.
Conversation took place on land m it-
ters generally It
r)lu,mmi1 1,0i"1 nI"1 Tantalus lands
should soon be opened
Agricultural Commissioner Winy
Taylor complained or n lark og water
In Thomas Bqiiarc. It was suggested
that connection should be nude with
the Hcrctnnla street main, but Superin
tendent Andrew Drown nsked ror May
until the Knllhl plant began npeiatlon,
In about a month.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co.'b charter
was reported correct In form by At'or
ncy General 12, P .Dole.
Tho Anm7onn "Icdhch.
Tho Opera Houso was very ncaily
tilled Saturday evening when Mr.
Xelll and his compnn) presented
Arthur W Plnero's unique satire, 'The
Amazons " The farcical conceit Is Just
a llttlo different from any 1 la) nvir
seen hero.. Mr. Nelll, Mr llloiuiiqi.l t
and Mr. Howard In their rr.lM weie
slmpl) Immense Mr Nelll hasn't much
of a pait, but 11 may bo well Imagined
wnui ue unci pia) lie piajs u ilie until.
Howard as Twienwa)s, suggests smell-
Ing suits nnd pink tens. Miss ('Lap-
man, Miss D11111 and Miss Lnmkln were
' "10 most nttiiic live bo)s that have evi r 1
won" upun the stage of the Hawaiian
Opera House Tho icst of the cast was
tho characteristic Nelll Btandanl.
Tomorrow evening the organization
will be seen In one of tho most famous
of Nelll successes, Cuptiln Swift, 11
part In which Mr. Nelll Inn appeared
more than 3000 times.
ABOUT BARK McNlMR.
Captain Johnson of tho lurk Me Near
handed lu his report nt the oltice of II,
Hackfcld Co this noiitlng. The jm(s It Holt and John I) Holt pe
Court of Inquiry will very proiuhl) sit tltlon to be released from guatillanshlp,
tomonow. ' s.i) Ing their Inhiiltnnces nie now In
Tho Mc.NV.ir hadn't a cene of Insur-' ,,0 mn,i8 uf Hi m Smith tiusteo unci
nnce so Bho Is c.r eourso a total Ic.hS ' tlt KUaidlanslilp Involves double rom
Just be-roro leuvlng the Coist for this 1 missions, ,iho that they are not spend
port Bho had $11,000 worn of rcpilrs lhrlfu i,t cur way innipetetit to
done. H. Iluikfehl A: Co. weio tl e bis manage their own uffalis
owners Captain Godfroy and John, Judge Stanle) has appointed T S
l.na Ol inn lliler-isianil LO. weto OUO
owners In the vessel
' More than $100,000 000 worth uf pa
per iu proiiiiceu 111 mo uniiiii mnu-h
nnuiinll) thlnl of this Is used I
the newspiipeis mid the wrapping pa -
per Usui ninoiiuls to iwn-thlidB at
much na Hint consumed lo tho uuvvs
pa pel m P.ipei lioanls aluniiut tu llnu.
POO tons 11 )tar. Ilullileis uso 00,000
tons of paper and IVOOO tons of wall
paper la produced annually,
American System In Swing ToiODgt
out the Territory.
Problems Inspector Flint Has Met In Out
side Districts Post Olices Go Bt&iDg
Tost omcc Inspector l'llnt this
morning sent out notices stating toil
the mone order business will be le
sumed nt once at the following poet
olllces of the 'I errltory.
Island of Hawaii Hakalau, llllj,
Honokan, Hookenn, Knllua, Ktul.ik'j
kua, Kolinla, Laupohoehoe, Mahukon I,
Olaa I'lantatlon, Uoknla, l'ahala, Wal
Island of .Maul liana, I.iilmlni,
Island of Kauai llannlel, Hanapep",
Kcnlla, Kckaha, Koloa, Llhue, Maka
Island of Molokal Kamalo
Island of Uinnl Keomukii.
Island of O.ihu Hecla, Honolulu,
Honoulluli, Wnlanac, alpnhu, W.ihl.i
This is particularly good news to the
peoplo of the outside districts, since the
mone) order business has been emit el)
cut on during the transition pcflod to
the American postal s)stem. I
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iiibj'ii-iiii i nut nun ii.is tiuiiun n. ,
however, and his work U by no means
eomplete. In dealing with tho countiy I
post oIlleeH. tho wny stations that bird-
ly rise to the Importance of nn oulce,
he finds the Havvallans nro nut dis
posed lo look with favor upon the Lis);
Imposed b) being u representative of'
Uncle Sam. The largo amount of red
tape, bonds and exact returns requlr-
ed of ever) person handling mall ,
whether In large or small amounts
"frightens them off' 'us Mr. Flint "x-
presses It. Under Hawaii's oil s)s-,
tcm a man wns paid a few dolhrs a I the sugar and other merchandise stored
month to look nttcr the mall, no bond within the building waiting for trnns
was required and no mall was ever I portatlon to Knhulul for shipment to
lost. , j 4 :,. the Coast.
Ihls method of doing business was
t nil right lu Its way but It Is not Undo
Sam's way and cannot be continued,
' Hvery person handling Fulled States
mall whether on salary lire relmlmrs-
ed b) tho number of stamps canceled
, must mako a atrlct accounting and
glvo bond fur the faithful performance
of duty In man) of thes district! tho
business is so small and the rcspoml
blllt) Is so much greater that the Ha
waiian postmasters are disposed to al
low some 0110 else to assume the hon
ors of the' position
"At present I don't see all) otho way
out ot It ' said Mi Flint. ' but the es-
tnhllshment of a rural delivery s)s
tern 1 hough I must confess I haven't
had time to thoroughl) canvass this
phase of the situation Iturul iMiviv
would lie a hlg thing for nur outside
districts, and It may he the onl) sola
Hon of the problem."
CIRCUIT COURT MATTERS
The Hagey Company's Case Advanced
Douglas K Brown's Position In Aldilcb
vs. Uassbgir Halters ol Probaie
'" Humphre)S having OVcr-I Uled
"''Jectlons to his jurisdiction 011 the
K""""1 "r tons.ingulnlty to defcndin-
Miiuoon. and nle.i to the lnrltdic lion.
"'' '""endantB have llled a demurr-r lu
l,,u law ofTliomns Mlluei Harrl.on
m. J. A. Mngoon. F II MeStocker. I.
U Allies nod Doioth) l.nieuon. This
In the I la Key Cure Co case.
Judge llmuphre)s has certified the
matter of the estate nf Kaiimulla P,
Wlthclm, deceased, to the Supremu
On the certificate of Henry Smith,
clerk, Kinney, llallou & McClanahan
for plaintiffs move that their hlli of
complaint bo taken pro-coufeseor
against defendant Douglas K lliown
In tho case of Mar) V. Aldtlch and
others vs. Prlscllla H Hasslnger and
' ollorgi ho invinR IIlade no answer
I Kulnfn iruaidlsu of Marakleli Kiiiiiiiiln-
pulu Wiihiniilanl, minor, under a bond
of l 000,
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I rrllt ,, lUM H( ,, M ,PII (l
i,..,.. Bho( hmui. .,..,. nl 1..,.. nnil
I'aiilon'H eviiulloiieri havo gone on
strike They ni,v icielvo 25 innts 11
head fur llii'lr work but they in) thai
nu less Hum 30 uuiU Hie) will itarve
Careless Laborer's Pipe Cost Pala
Water Added Fire to the Flame-Mere
lhanci Dtliyed Addition of Giant Powder
to ilie Colouration.
Wnllukil. Jul) 0 The l'ala depot
was destro)ed b) lire at 2 o'clock hist
Mondu nftprnoon Jul :t
There were about 400 tons of nltnile
stored on the I'll In side of the depot.
During the morning of last Monday,
Mr. Cuelho, n I'ortugueoe lu charge f,f
the tars to be despatched to l'ala mill,
was caught smoking near the nitrate.
He was warned ngalnst the practice as
It was against the regulations of tho
In the afternoon, however, Cuelho
disregarded the warnings of the agent
In cluilge of the depot and wns caught
smoking again. This time tho agent
apptouched. Cuelho who was sitting
Iclsutel on the bags of nlti.ite In eom
piliy with Ave other Portuguese), ninl
told him to remove his pipe. Cuelho
in removing his pipe fiiun his tiiou'h
acoldontall dropped It on tho pile of
nltiate which was haul on account of
the drvlng iltect of the sun, having
been exposed to the burning heat of j
.. . ...
l'ala sun lor the Past thiee wcim.b or
more. The nitrate bags Ininirdlately
caught lire, nnd a stirf trade wind blow-
ng nt the time. Increased the dillltult,"
of extinguishing the tire.
In it few minutes n pile of 1000 ton)
of coal near b) caught fire This was
put out after destro.vlng only about
ten tons The depot next caught nnd
the building was enveloped In ll.ims
In a verv few minutes. As there were
only about nine or ten men around
when the flro started It was almost Im
possible to mako an attempt at saving
Itev. J Knllno and another native
came along with buckets of water and
j thinking that they were doing their
duty, poured the wnter on the burning
idle of nitrate, but this onl) Increased
the fury of the blazing mnsu of, nitrate,
In less than one hour after the fire
started, tho building had crumbled !o
pieces and not n single bag of the 12,
010 bags of Al sugar stored In the
building belonging to l'ala and llama
kitapokii plantations wns saved The
sugar and the building weie both tw
suied. but It will be ,1 mattei for the
1 units to 1I1 ride whether ihc Insurance
companies v 111 u) the Insuiaiite under
such rlreumstnnees. Until the sugir
and the buildings weie valued al close
on to f JOO.uou
During last Mondn) morning It was
Intended to send up twent.v-five tons of
giant powder to Pala depot, and tho
transpoitatlon of the same was only
de)H)ed on account of the track to
Pala depot being under repairs. Hail
the explosive been In the building dur
ing the time or the fire, the destruction
to property adjacent to the depot
would have been ver) great, nnd no
doubt some lives would have been lost.
Up to the time of this writing the
tire of tho burning debris Is still
FOI'nTH OF JULY.
A gnat numbci of Hawaiian and
American Hags can be gotten tu Iwnkj
ml's Btoie, Hotel street
M (rH H T
They arc regular
If you unnnt lOiti' In with your
khtldreii. senj them in and they will re
1 ceive Just the same are and attention
uiJ Hiclr feet will be lust ,i v.itelull
tilted, as ll vou w ere vv III) them,
We II tu the loot II inn 'II lint tie
bill, auJ pn.iiiise you Hut belli will be
Hlallllfacluros, Shoe Co
Our ti)kl Is mm replete with K'laJ lite,
I!iui4 style and t.sj weari
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