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THE PROGRESSIVE BULLETIN AND ITS PATRONS STAND FOR.
Voii. JX. No. 1570
HOyOLVLl" TKJllllTOKy OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. JULY 10. WOO
Puiok 5 Oents.
THE SPECIAL TERM OPEN GRAVEL FLIES ALL ROUIID
Is Not An Idle Dream
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DEATH OF JAMES L, KING
One of Haul', Oldest Respected Citi
zens Passes Away.
Native of Massachjsetts and Fitly Years Resl
dint ol ibe Islands Weillb Represented
by Many Friends.
TEN SUCCESSFUL YEARS
Pioneer Building and Loan Associ
ation Directors Meet.
Scrttary Submits Annual Report Twenty-
first Serlts of Stick Opened
Election of Officers.
Judg Stanley Sitting Today Id Place
of Justice Perry. .
.Collector William Haywood Petltloo! for
LJccds" to Practice Law - Naturalization
Petitions Tbls Afternoon.
Seven Gangs Oat On Honolulu Koad
The Juno term of tlic Supreme Coait
ended by limitation yeste-tlay. A spe
cial term opened this morning.
Chit f Justleo I'rcar and Justlio Gal-
liralth took their seats at10 25. Vhere i
was a Waiting crowd of attorneys.
The Chief Justice announced that
Justlro I'crry would be unable to sit
during the term. He raid It would be
unnecessary to call the calendar, ns
that had been done In the I'gitlnr term.
If counsel In Cartu right y. In'A.a,
In which n prelltnlnaiv lui.ilni; tool:
place yesterday, were ready to pro
ceed that would be the Ilrst info heard.
Mr. Chllllngworth lnuvcl a else add
ed to the calendar.
Mr. Neumann presenter the p 'tit Ion I
of William Haywood to lie admit' d to1
practlco law In this Terrltoij. The ap
plicant Is tho Collet tar of Internal
Tho Chief Justice, In answir to Mr.
Itobertson, stated that petltli'ii for
naturalization would lm heard at 1.10.
Judge Stanley Is sitting In place of
Justice Perry at tho Hearing of II Cart-
wrlght and others vs. C. K. Iaukea and.
others. Kinney, Wallou & McClana-
han for plaintiffs; Dickey and Whiting .
tlfiAA AA TUT TiTiTrmn
!kl II I I II I I IV r li I ih,i
VUVUluu ill A -.iiuum
The BULLETIN offers to the per-
tons Who, between February ISt and
July 3ISt, Shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol-
towing prizes :
Ut Palate Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the 1st prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 00, qi and 94 ol
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
. n.,4 nrmr .i,.irh -r. nmrnH. M.U ni
Is a Ilnht road wheel, weighing M lbs, and'
Model 90 a heavier road wneel, wt. 74 irs.
me Dicycic 10 oe seiecicu iroin 111c s.vcn
.rth. tinnnii.iM ricveIi. Cn.. ipniil.
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice ma)
Iw. n.H ht.ir.n t li. nrrcnnn.linc I.ii1tc '
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
lad Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choo.t
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 drawers. Till",
machine will be furnished by U. IScr
crncn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Prcmo 8cnlor Cnmern,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has DoubM Svvlni;
Back, Double Sliding front, and Rack: ant.
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
osed with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes Plate Holder, Tripod, j
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 tho Gramo
phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine et Invented. It Is tot
elected from the stock of the Uerfistrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Havvaliar
The following conditions of the contest
tost be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid ji
Isast three months In advance.
a. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted ln this contest as
ew subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition, to the subscription lists.
). Subscriptions should be sent In as
soon as secured, together with the name
md address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian l6lunds Is elidible
to try tor these prizes.
Subscription Rates: tS.oo per year,
$3.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
t8hli wrecked Sailors.
The sailors of tht) balk MoN'eav,
wrecked on Laysnn Uhilid still find
themselves In a decidedly shlpwieckrd
condition though rcicuid from death
1111 Dow ecu lucf. Tht) tin nun of tht)
crow lost uviithliig 111 the meek mid I
arrived In Honolulu deslltute. They
nro nil membeis of Hit Hciimiu't
Union, hut theru In no itpriueimitlve
hern In look after them 'I ho iiki'iHk
nf I ho vessel do nut urn. Ider tliuii
selves ii'spouslblo fn the nun, uild tin
iimmiiiiT nf tlu H.illou' llnmo uin't
mio for t ht. in a in. Knows of iiu
ki)llii III illiivv llioiiuy In (lit Ir Hi
iwinii 111- Ji'i.v.
A mini imhiiIhi of iiiiHiimi 11 iw
AlllcflWIH IIhIM rail be illoil III nU'
nfj llllfft HfiM Hrl.
Two Hundred and Eilty Free Laborers and
Setenlj Fire Convicts Kile Up Koad
Seven big gangs of men are at worn
on the streets and roads of Honolulu
and en Irons. Itoad Supervisor Mars-
ton Campbell may therefore be well be-
llevid to have his o)ts fully ociupitil
The gangs nre etiiplo)-u us folio tr
On the west Manou load.
Repairing Mount Truit.ime road.
Widening of King itreet through Pu
lama. t tiling up Kukul between Nuanu and
Making the Vine-) art! stmt extern-i
slon from River to Llllha .tret. I
Extending Uirtarila street to Join I
King 'street at Leleo.
On Houghtalflng Ih.v from
street. Palama, toward the tea.
Altogether there are ifc labure'is enit I
ploed on these work, bi'ildtt. about 75 1
rollowlng Is a translation if some ol
the Boir placards posttJ In China I
Our Emperor Is about to becuuio I
The leader of the "Boxe rs" Is a royal
Within three months all foreigners
.'. . ... - :
PN"1 e klllel Bn" Ji"'n away iroui I
rjrnB forty ears the Empire has
become full of fortlene-i..
They have divided the land.
The Kwo-wen-pao (Chlntse aews -
paper) alwajs talk i.ontense about
the "'Boxers" since It Is under the pro-,
tectlon of Japan.
We remind the editors that herfatfr '
they must not talk rortenee; If they 1
continue to do so tht !r building will bj
DUI,, ,u ...
The Ilrcthren need not fear.
There are 100,000 (? I. G. A ) In the,
wit ii the foreigners are
We will return to our hills!
On Tuesday afternoo.1 another pli-
card was seen on a wall of a compound
In the I.xtm-Cbnce's'oii which stMul
that S00 spiritual Midlers would de
scend 011 the 13th of thlt moon, I. c,
9th Inst., for the dtrtnictlon of foreign
ers These, togtther with the red-
daubing which Is etlll In vogue, show
that nothing Is left nuitni In the way
or Keeping me popuu-e v.en up to 1110
Pollce Court Notes.
In the Police Court this forenoon thu
following cases were dltposed of Tom
Yau, obstnutlng and perverting Jus- 1
tlce, $10 nnd co'Stfc; Otlman, telling
liquor without a llcate, $100 and costs;
Ah Sing, unlawful perfection of
opium, $"0 and C04ts; Sakl, riding ,1
bicycle without a light, hall forfeited.
An Insane Native.
Knona, a native, was mietted In Kn-
kaako today and It Is piobable that he
will be sent to the Iniane Asylum this
afternoon. Kaona btlltvef. ho Is tht
sou of Christ and that he has been with
tho Loid constantly for two years past.
The process of flr'-prooflng wood very
mui h resembles embalming. The v 00 1
Is (list relieved of Its saps and Julcts,
which are leally Its blood, and u preser
vation fluid Ib Injected to take their
place. The planks to be fireproof' .1
nre put Into a sort of boiler or dlgcstei
This Is cloud, and steam at a low
pressure Is run Into the dlgestei, nnd
the wood parboiled for from one to
flft hours. This Is to f often or loosen
the dry sups nnd julees from the wood,
leaving a finely divided cellular struc
ture. Next th cllreproofllng solution Is
pumped Into the chamber, the absorp
tion and saturation being assisted by
tho partial vacuum. A pressure of from
SO to 200 pounds a square Inch Is next
applied nnd maintained until the lib
soiptlon Is tomplete. After draining
off tho exit ss solution thu wood Is
withdrawn nnd thoroughl dried In a
lilln, with the rtsult that Iho Interior 1 penitd more than .1,000 tlmiB, It li ceptlonnl opportunlt) for tho Invest
icdlulur wood struituri. Is left filled quite n universal favorite with ill mem of capital In Iho opining up and
with minute crjstal. of Ilieproollng. I mi inliers of Iho Nelll riimpauy. Tlio dovt loping of 11 resldtiico tliict.
Great sain of boots nnd shoos at ."
1 1 ills on the dollar it 1. II Ken ft
f'n's slum house, rormr of Port and
HONOLULU 1 8CIIO0I.
nl hand niiil 'I'lninmiii
HAY AND Mnill ClAiiM'.h
.Stockholders of the Hawaiian Com
mercial received by incut mall fiom
the Const the annual ri ports of the
management of this Immense sugir
propel tj. A vtry lo'iipUto review of
the year's woik Is Mveu showing a
)enr of prtMperlty and nomine of fu
ture growth on the gintulost stale ever
known to Hawaii
Manager l.owrle's report that an IS,
I'OO ton crop will be iWilrcd notwith
standing n tano lire that caused a bus
of about low) tons. Tor the 1'iot crop
there Is a total of 1001 aires under cul
tivation which promlsts a 27,000 ton
crop. Por 1902 n total of B.fiOU ants
with a 42,000 to 45,000 ion crop Is prom-
hPd. Speaking of labo.' troubles, the
manager says- "Jtwt at present, joii
know, no mo passing through u crltl
cnl period, when no one can tell what .
will be the outcome of the labor trim-
Ides," but no doubt It will be adjusted n
a short time nnd my own opinion. l,
t,nt wo will be on a better tooting,
thin we have btcn In ea.s, that Is, at-
ter the ihanged tonUltlons have been
adjusted and I for one. think w.' him
raise more sugar wUliou contract la-
bor , wth iCBlt troulilo than wo ever
,u,i ,Nth It."
In this connection .in extensive re
port on profit sharln? la given vvlth
the following comment
"This system of profit sharing has
been In vogue on Kwi plantation for
am ninl u.nri ntnl lina i.lv&n lorv f.nn.1
"- - " -
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no " ' "''" " "'' '
I"lf8 "",1 fccl ,lmt " wl" lc n "'"
.......... ........ ...in ...... ...,.,,..,, wo ilI have tome t.netHnoand I am
'"'",,,',cw,,0,e " ""l"',uI
Jills method become directly Interested
ln 1l10 ol,li ,1,c' tnt,, llttter rnroot'
tIlcm: thero l8 far CM ',n!cr "f me
"" ","". "" ""'" '...."
results, too, will Improve- as time goes
..... .... """" - f -
familiar with It and will become more
permanent on the plintatlon than un-
,,,'r tt" olrt tcm."
On March 20th we had n ver i-erlom
nre In our cane, as you ti'ieady know,
1 Hcimii uteu iiiieuiiiiiK nir seiunu ua,a
..,..... .... 11 ........
to burn till tho leaves rmni that portion
of field 'C which had l.tin cut. On
this morning the flro was started, as
HRiial, veiy curly In the morning. (Ii-
foro G o'clock) but tho wind ciimo up
very stiong after th fire was lighted
Ibe first thing, on golrg out that
morning, I went to Iho fields. The fiio
had already been started m d was but 1-
lug some tlmt when I got there. I was
very mum women on nuouni or me
high winds, hut the only thing to tin I
then was to follow up the fire, which 1
we did, nnd when I left to come homo
to breakfast, about S t-'ilotk. wo had
burnt d back for several hundred feet I
from the other enne, sn rar, in rait, tnr.l
ra. ra Pa ki m la Pa ini pa pre Nt Pa Pa
ATTORNEY GENDKAL CHECKED.
In arguing the IM wards case fcr the
Government esterday, Attomey Gen
ernl U. P. Dole undcitoo to ure Jus
tice Galbralth and Judge Humphrey
by name to InvcsMguto the points
thoroughly, recommending them to
8tmy his brief with care Ills omission
of chcf .-llstIco 1'rear from this father-
I y ,.. 1 wnH ,10bably on the pie-
sumption that this Jiuist, from his
previous holding of a scat on tho bench, t
was nireauy laminar wiiii 'lie ciiFu.
Judge IIumphreyB buikj Into tho At-
tome) General's remarks, wlih n stern Mai farlano has 11 largo mips of work
rebuke. He sulil In clli'i t ,111011 nt his loiumniid and can fill ordjia
"This com t Is not In need of ndyleo for permunent or temporal!- lights
a Hto Its performanu of duty. Your "while son wait." A specialty will bo
remarks nro highly lnipro.ir. He- made of lighting Iiiiiims nnd gioiiuds
sides, )ou lannot mlditis. Individual for lunus and evening tuteitiiluments
mcmbirs ot this eomt by name,. This Don't spend money on lights until )iri
Is the Supremo Court of tho 'ferritin y
of Hawaii and must be uddnssed as a
Mr. Dole begged pnrdo'i for his of
fending, nnd that ended It
"Cnptnln 8.vlft" TonlfVlit.
"Captain Swift," a famous drama
written by C Ilnddo'i Chiimhtrs, will
bo given by Mr, Nelll nnd his tonipiiiiy
nt tho Opein Iluuso this evening. Tlmj
play Is one in wliUh .Mr. Nelll has oi
slnry of the play Is a hl-dily lutfimt -
lug one mid lint. Hint leavis 11 vtuy last -
lug Impiesslou. Die. principal rhir -
iitlir Is 1111 Australian tMshrungiT. Af -
ler tlio Ne III eiiRiiKonit ill Ihilo will Ijj
no iniiro nlhei iiimiMiiloi hero for
'Hie mil) imitliuo of tin Nelll ehiii-
puny will bo given Haiurday when
pdpiiIhi iirlt tnt will pinviiil. The pUy
lHUI lIlSl OKHllim will uh 'A IWlulio
I111 IIhiiisiim ' sWiUids)' 1 Vflilun 4
I lllileil I'ihiI ' will to ft vt I)
A wwilele new itwk ef will
lilili, wlkn sim eiH Hi In U. KriTt.
t felt perfectly safe, never for a mo
ment thinking that rtivthlng could
happen to tause dinger. Aftir break
fast I went down to tho mills and tJ
the ofTIco and then came tiaik to the
house, between ! ,10 and 10 o'clock tho
locomotive whistle blew the fire signal
and I Immediately got on m horse and
got to the lire, hut the wind was blov
mg such a gale at tlio time and the la-,
borers bcame so frlghtmcd. that It
was utterly Impossible to rally them i
and the result joii know1.
'I do not consider that rii)onc was to
blame for this lire at nil It had burned ,
from G o'clock to nlmost 10 before the
Are was discovered In Ihc adjoining j
field, nnd the dlstanre burned over was
fully 1i of u mile, that Is to say tlmj
rlro burned back 1, of a mile from the1
other 'Held, and the onlv possible way It
cou''1 happen was by a whirlwind
vvhlth came and took a piece of dr1
r1"10 "r "m! Pbee of an oil Irrigating
'" "I '" the air nhd iliopiml It In an
adjoining field. W had thought at
lIm,'1 that perhaps It was done by
smoking but I do not think there li
an danger of that. However, we went
to work and laid tiachu over to the
Pala mill and they also laid tracks
through our fields and It was but a
,10rt llmc 1,cforo llin ,"1'1 f"lk v-pro
working on the enne. Then we did tlu
same thing with Haina'.uapoko and
thev succeeded In crlndlnir sntnn it tin.
cane before it becnm. tour. Wo man-
. . . . .... . I
agtu to grind every stick or cane, lint
of course towards Hit laH the losses
were very heavy ,
"I regret this nccldcnt exceedingly, I
pretty certain that If we had sik- '
CPlle(1 , tak,nK ofr .,, iro ,,hul
any accident that th. itsults would
have surprised ou all.'
Closing his report Manager I.owrlo
mnl(CH tho fomvnK interesting predlc-
u , no ,, llr,.an uhrn , 8il). tlllg
.,.,, cnn .,r(,du.e .-.O.OOO tons of .near.
Tl,. biml.i 1. -. .....,. I., .lot . I
... ...... ln ..,-,,. ,v ,,,,, ,i ,uu ..m-
illt oils for raising sugir art good, ex-
ceiiting tho high winds nnd they nro
.... . .. .. ..... .1
umiij not so iiiniii .11 ueirimeni ni ,
they nro .Ilsagreabl...
1 his estate I consider the finest piece
of property In the wintry without ex-
ctptlon. It will nevt- iiudmn the su-
gar per aire that rjwa. plantation pro-
ducts but It will piodutu more sugar
than I'wnorunv other idanlatlon, ami I
If we live to sic tho tlili.l trop nfl. r
this taken off It will r.'iith r.0,000 toni.
I providing the labor Is to bo had In the
country to no tite work. Tlio wnter
supply I nm suro we will 'have, the
land we have got, nil tint othtr fiiclll-
tics nre here. All It retiulies to make 11
r.0.000 ton place of Siutckelsvllle Is the wt, pnguro ,,f i,n, 1 pptdi tniiiit 10 the
labor, and depend upon It, this will lol,,,.f (,uiic In tho TM.Ior Department.
rorinconiing in tlio proper time.
Ha rt R nn im DirtMrPuraP"!!"
THERE WILL IIE LIGHT.
C. W, Macfarlane, manager of tho
Washington Light Company, lias Just
received n large Invnlto of the com
pany's now light, tho rmnsiindant
Light, which Is the cheapest nnd hctt
jlllumlnant that bus ever been put on
tho market. Tho tompauv has secured
all the recent patents whlcii umililno to
make the lights now ofertd to tho peo-
pie equal ln 1 audio powui to any light
created. Tho btst nature Is that u
imaguiuieui iuuminat:on inn be U'
emed at the smilloHt .xpinsc. Mr
New Residence Tract.
The Pnlolo Land and Improvement
Co. has placed on Milo a tract of 150
aires on the heights nbove tho Wnlalao
road. Them Is no plaro In the vicinity
f Honolulu vvhlth ran extol this slto
either In Its magnlllitnt view or thu
hcnlthfulntss of altuatlon It com.
niiimls 11 view from Kokn Head to tho
Wulniiean moiiiitiilus, This Is an ex-
1 limiiriinco Ciihum.
( Wong Chow vs, tho fi-i-inui Alllauco
( limiiiiinio Co 1 1 nl . and Yin Wo Chun
. .". Co vs thu liuurnilrn Cnmpiiuy if
Ninth Ami rim nru ennoi Unit hnvo Jusi
btcn Died In tho ('In tilt Court. TIicm
urn In uuniii'nitiiii with liwtes Inildfiit
tu the big UliloaUiwn r.m of Juniuti-y
Mm Umi ('. Iith kr nl lll1r
iMtvit fm' inn franiiii In Hi Amiis
lb HiUj aftKrtJuut. Mi ItoafclDi i
lu it) t hum aiMiHi ywr Tb'
vlitUreo will to put w wW tefw
Wnllukit, July 9. J is. r.. King, one
of the oldest and most highly rcsptctod
iltlrena of Wnllukii died at his daugh-'
tcr's home at Walk ipu last Saturday
morning. The muse or his death was
obstruction of the bowels.
Jas. I.. King was bom nt Springfield,
Mass , April 7, 1&22, pud was then foro
exaitly "S jears and 3 months of age.
Ills Ilrst trip to the Hawaiian Islands
was In 1818 In n whalo ship, and four
cur later, In 182, he again arrived
In tho Islands anil settled at Wnlmea,
Hawaii, whiro he mauled his Ilrst wife
by whom he had two daughters, one
Mls Sarah King, now llilng In Callfor-
nln and the other now dead, was H.o
inothi r of ('has. 1". King of Knineln-1
meha siliool. On the death of his Ilrst
wife, he married for his Rewind wlfo
the mother of Hon. Samt.tl Parker o(
Mann, Hawaii, with whom he had wo
children, It.: Wm. II. King, dep i'y
sheriff of Makavvao, ami Mrs. Thin,
Cummlngs. wife of the hind luna of ihc
Wiilkapu section of tho Walluku phu-'
tatlon. lit sides three tb'ldren now llv-
Ing, the deceased lefta vtrj large num-
her of grandchildren Ml. King did'
not leavo any Issue with his third and
Innt uir,. In wliiwn cl,la I.,. ... Inl.l t.. '
rest at lao cemetery last Saturday .ti
Iho late Mr. King wat a hard wo.l;.
Cr. and ov. n at his advanctd age. noth-
ng lould have Induiel him to remain I
away from his carpenter shop on Main
street. Walluku. where he had carried
,Nll0(,lwrK,lt ,, cr,wlllc. l8.
mss for many jeais past. The deceased
was alwajs of a happy nnd cheerful
disposition, being mint happy In tho
tompuny of his grandchildren Al-
thougli ho had lived In the Islands-tin
,,, 0,lIllt ,, .u, lor IK.urly nf(y
.,, i,n I., a nw.r r,.irn.i .in, of
.. 1 . . .
iiny magnuune, nting niwnvs uniii'Kvi
in buslaiss spt dilutions. Mut worldly
nffiiliH did not worrj him much, ai'd
... .. . . . .
' ..... .,..
ins Happy disposition remallieil with
him until denth hasKirovtil hliu Ittv
Wm. Ault lamo ovi from U1I1.1I111 'o
conduct the funeral si'ivlces Inst Sitm-
day afternoon Strvlten wire held both
In the Anglican cliunh ami h I mi nt the
grave. A posse of Walluku pullie In
uniform acted us pall hrnrcrs. 'Iho
funeral proicsslon from Hie ihiinh to
the graveyard was very largelv utfnd-
Hllo Is PIciihciI.
Tho Hllo Trlbuno h.b- Tho many
Illlo friends of 'Jimmle' llovd leiri
Mr. Ilojd is thoiotighly fr-mlllar vvitn
this branch ot tho Tcriltory's govern
mental liunlms.t, and lor ninny em
under tho monrrrhy. Hit Provisional
government and tho Kcpr.hllc, In sub
ordinate iio-dlluiu, has given the high
est satisfaction to his otlklal superior
and the public, Ot Into he bus ben
the practical Lead of this bureau, ami
his actual appointment tc It Is hut a
Just recognltl'-i if hl services Hllo
nm) expect to benefit "' the change.
lieatly to ISulltl Hlilps.
Wnshliigtnn, June 2t Now that tho
Niiv Departmeiit hat. 1 cached a deol-
lsl,m ua to siipeilmposeu turrets It is
txpecttil that a tl'cular calling for
proposals for building battlt ships and
cruisers will bo Issued vvllhlu the pres
ent week. The la.v icq.i'res these shlpi
to bit sin athed. Mil It Is 1111110011001
that the opponents on the board of
construction of tho sheathing process
talculato that thero will be ample time
to unit nil the plans by authorization to
be seemed ut tho next session of Con
gress before the hullduM will have ad
vamed tho hulls vtry fur.
Circuit Court Mutters,
Judge Humphrey has appointed
Mrs. Augusta Hell administratrix of I'.o
estate of J. M. Cumura, dteoased un
der $100 bond, J. M Vlvua npptarfil
for Mrs Cumura, petitioner, nnd tho
Judge Sliiuley has appointed Keau
admlnlsiriitoi of tho 11 Into of Knliia
Plkal. w , limit r $'00 bond . T IK
Holt fm Keau, petitioner . At hi & John
son foi Kaliia, ihilmuut
AttoiueV (liuoriil Polo Ins filed a do-
uiuriir In iho suit us li.tplnlnnl Ustaie
iignlnsl tho Ttrrllnr) lln denies
llin Jiirlsdlitliin of llin cuiltl
J mini Humphrey., is luarltig II v
Jiidd MimiMiii k Uhm nnd Klmit
Ibjllnu d Mil'luimlw 1 fur plaintiff
llulii 1 ittin K Wlldvi for i'fiidiiiii
Item) li WurttiliiiiiHi iprpuiMiioi.
Ilisl.es MlliWfr Uf USIIeiMl ilvuUI III III.
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The annual meeting of the Hoard of
Direitors of the Plonee: Ilulldlng and
Loan Association was held jeslenlay
evening. It was tho tenth anniversary
of tho institution, lh birth of which
was In July, 1890.
Olllcers for the ensuing jear wero
elected as follows President Them-
dura K. Ionising; Vice President. Ar-
thur A. Wlldir; Secretin , A V Gear;
Treasurer, C. It. Gray; Attorney A. (1.
The secretary submitted his semi
annual icport, from which the follow
ing Items are gleaned:
Itecelpts for the past six months, In-
eluding bahnco on Djcoi.iber 31, 1S1.,
were 1 1 ",281 S3
Capital slot I. $77,319 OJ.
Keservo fund, 10,o.
Tho first and stioiid series of stoclt
have matured and tlx third series lis.?
a book value of $192 lO.
'I he 21st scries was opened nnd flillto
number of subscrlpfi.ni have been
made This series vvlli be kept open to
subsirlbers until the end of August.
!ias over $7C,000
loaned on real estat",
PIimI To lownnc Ah.nIiiiii.
Antono Plrrl, the ctrong man, was
nrrtsteil In I'nim.i Stnif.re lt CTniilnlu
pv , Mininml I'mnl lni nihr.
lirrl. psovlded with an Improvised lan
tern, was scinching r. limit In I'muia
Siimirc for work. At Intervals ho
would raise his light and peer Into tho
faces of people. Plirl canio from Hllo
in the last Klnau. In the Ilalny City,
he caused so much fear by his pecullir
actions that ho was told to return to
Dr. I'mcisnn examined tho man this
morning nnd found him to be completo
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1 niihl take care of four tncmleH with
his lists but he couldn't manage any
mote than that without a revolver and
Judge Wilcox has sl'jntd tho papers
topimltting Plrrl to the Insane n)!u--i
nnd thence he will lo ial.ui to day un
der 11 stiong est int.
A movement against spiritualism hat
hi en stalled In German) by Ihe touit
preather. Stoeckcr. the great Christian
sotlal reformer. It Is said there nre no
less than roo mediums In Ilerlln. tho
most of whom nre bodily defictlvo.
They carry on frauds and humbugs In
the name of ghosts. They are reported
to hnvo 00,000 followers In that ctt
who show great vurlety of character.
Some arc serious; some snek spirits for
sport, somo lot weak nerves lead thorn
to seances nnd visions; while most re
gard spiritualism as a new way of call
ing up tho dead to teach tho living.
Public lauds will be sold July 2StIi.
Seo notlco under Ily Autl.oilty.
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vlilUrrn, tend llicin In and they will r
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nisi tlirlr fi will be luvt i (.iirlully
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