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HONOLttLtr. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 20,
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m W J B A J "'LJ II Patrons
. Steyn Now thMick Bone
Of tbe Boer Antagoifon
Pretoria, July 10 The British tit
cess at Bethlehem has considerably Im
proved the prospect for peace, It is
said. The whole of the government of
Preildent Steyn of the Orang& Fret
State haa surrendered except President
Fteyn himself. Those officials who arc
prisoners hare been allowed to com
municate with President Stejn tot .the
purpose of attempting to prove to fclm
thi uselessness of a continuance otAa'
, j,Mi,,nil6 whlcUjctm only1 produce blooTU
""' xfied without any counter balancing
advantages. The-collapse of the forces
cf General De Wet'Is expected dally.
The Doers here say that the men
hae taken a solemn oath never to per
sonally surrender, but they are begin
ning to see the unfairness of ascrlflclng
life to personal wishes. It Is expected
that when General Dotha learns of the
defeat of his colleagues he will gladly
enter Into conferences looking to the
establishment of peace.
The need of more civil admlntctri
tors Is urgent, and the necessity for
their appointment is becoming dally
more apparent Intelligent administra
tors with a knowledge of rhe people
could undoubtedly greatl?nald In the
future settlement of difficulties I Dan-
much as a frank feeling In favor of
fcubmlsslon Is prevalent among the
Boers. . i- i
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Charlie Slmerion, freight clerf o
the Mauna Loa and Wm. Blrens had a
very narrow escape while riding fruji
Pahala plantation to Punaluu, Kau, 0.1
tbe cars Tuesday afternoon. Thiro
were seventeen can laden with sugar
in the train. Messrs Slmerson and
Blvens took the very last car. Why
they did thW they cannot tell. At ull
events, when tbe train was In rapid
motion, nine cars in the middle sudden
ly became disconnected and went off
the track. The coupling between the
last of these and the one In which tha
young men were seated, broke and the
brake was put on quickly. Had Simer
fcon and Blvens been In any one ot the
nine derailed cars, they would probably
liae been k'lled.
THK WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sires, all shapes. Tl.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons ,who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
owing prizes :
t Prize Cleveland Bicycle, $70,
Ths winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
o choose between models 90, 92 and 94 el
tbe 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 04 Is
road racer, weight 20 pound). Model 02
Is a light road wheel, weighing 32 lbs , and
Modeloo a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
fthe Honolulu Bicycle Co., agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
tad Prize, Slnfter Sewing Ma
Ths winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cablnel
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Bei-
craon, sole agent for the Hawaiian
Brd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x6, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, St., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack anc
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
ed with either Plates or Films. The
utfit Includes I Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 6 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bergatrota
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
; Ths following conditions of the contest
ust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
sw subscriptions. Each name must be a
kona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
toon 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. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATfcLY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Hh
vvallan Islands Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates 1 M.00 per year,
t Mo for three months) strictly In advance
DEVOTED TO LABOR ONLY
Ir. Abe Sajs Ht His NKbio0 (o Do
11(1 Fire Ckkts.
hi M CmpMed Details of Hit Rport It
JtUM iawnDtnt-Mr. fllrtl Locked
Ut da Fin DiiHft QmMIh.
Mr. Abe, '.lie agent of the Japanese
government who arrived In Honolulu
recently, will return homo, In two, or
three weeks. It was 'funiculi that Mr.
Abe came here to Investigate the Are
claims. A reporter of the Buletln saw
him In regard to this today and this is
'vhat he said:
"That Is a great mistake. Mr. Hlral
cumo hero fo- thtt solo purpose. I bavo
absolutely nothing to do with the flro
claims. I am here solely for the pur
pose of Investigating the condition of
Japanese labor In Hawaii I bae
started in that work and am well along
rut I cannot Hay Just now what my re
port to the government will be."
There has been a great deal of surmUc
ue to the mission ot Mr. Abe here. He
is going about his work very quietly
ond Is t-onsul'lng but few people, show
lrg that he desires to have bis report to
the Japanese government made up
wholly fiom what he himself sees and
rot from what he might gain from
either the Immigration companies or
the laborers. ""
When Mx. Abe started out, reports
had reached the Japanese government
that the subjects of the Mikado on the
plantations ot Hawaii were in a tur
tulent state. ' "
Ho was expecting to find all kinds of
trouble here nnd Is very much pleased
with the present outlook. He said this
morning that he believed tbe Japanese
tad become quiet for good and thut
they would now go on doing their work
as free men.
The very fact that Mr. Abe expects to
return home In such a short time, goes
to show that ho la satisfied with the
conditions on th" plantations here laid
that he Is not anticipating a recurrence
01 tho trouble that, a anon, time ago,
looked aB If It would assume gigantic
After the talk with Mr. Abe, Consul
fialto was se'n about the reported trou
ble In Kcalla, Kauai. Mr. Salto re
plied: "I do no. belleo those reports
ere true. I mysolf have heard o re
port ot trouble. The Japanese all ocr
the Islands are quiet and I believe they
nil! remain ro"
Work for Poundmaatcr.
The attention of the poundmaster is
called to seven or eight hordes that
have been nlloued to roam about on
tho Tantalus lands for n long time past.
These animals ara doing great Injur
to the forest that the government has
fostered with such care and they shouli
be gathered In at once. The owners are
certain Portuguese who will persist In
dlowlng their stock to run at will on
the lands of others.
British Battleship Ashore.
Portland, Eng July 11. The Urltlsh
tbird-ctass battleship Conqueror went
r.shoro this morning on the Shambles
banks while proceeding to tho naval
maneuvers. She was subsequently
floated and proceeded for this port.
Two Insane Jaince.
Maul Is furnishing Its quota ot In
sane Jnpanese. Two,Japaneso, already
committed to tho Asylum, were
brought to Honolulu from Lahalnn in
the Mauna Loa today, A police ofllcer
was In charge.
Jnnnncse Rioters Committed.
The twelve Japanese arrested In con
nection w Ith the recent riot on the Ko
na Sugar Co.'s plantation, have been
tried In the District Court and commit
ted to the Circuit Court for trial.
Orcat sale of boots and shoes at S
cents on tho dollar at L. D. Kerr &
Co.'s shoe house, corner ot Fort and
The expected Injunction against the Ha
waiian Tramways Co., to stop tracklay
Ine contrary to orders on Klne street, was
served yesterdai evening.
Keaohl was arrested by Deputy
Pberlff phllllngworth this forenoon
on the charge ot larcen) In the second
degree. ' '
A complete new stock of gents
shirts, collar'fi.Qnd cuffs at L. D. Kerr'a,
Queen street "
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Cussbs
Moo hi 11-11, ul Floor 9 , -1 p. n
Mvr ) , ,, 1 w t
VALUE CAMPBELL ESTATE
HoMWt fcftttL CMfnj Ordered to
fm 1 Road OfM.
Bmom Immm Alleged for lifter PoHmmb
-Urge aMftnalp Beti-bentlm
to fcsjMeilt Ot DUMJM.
Oeo. R. Carter receiver ot the estate
ot Jacob JorgeBsen, has filed his bond
tiward D. Tcnney a
J. M. Vivas haa been substituted as
surety on the Lond of Joseph Sllru'
for Fanny Strauch, withdrawn, In hj
1 nit of the principal against NIcboKf
Ilrehnm for I3SC0 for breach of con
It. A. Dlgelow, master, has report-. 1
en the accounts ot Cecil Drown and H
I'ockc, trustees of the estate of Jan-if
Jay, deceased, finding them correct It.
Nina I. Flint by her attorneys, J. Al
fred Mngoon nnd I. M. tang, moves for
m order requiring her husband, Urt
V. Flint, to pnv her ISO -i month at
i.nn,.l.ih.n.. ,n i
suit ngalnst him. Sho alleges In a'r.l, Mr-"n0" reported 'educational mat
affidavit that the libelee deserted hor '""'? u h,c,h a rPrt ' rien eliewbwe.
on July 3, 1900, while she was sick ucl
having her own child to support, am!
that she has reason to believe tnat fo
ils services on tho harbor pollc-, "lo
nether with other services," he recthnit
monthly compensation ot K'"0.
Judge Humphrevs has ordered thu tlir-J
Milt bo prosecuted In rorma pauim!
the llbellant not to be required to 111 iko
any deposit or payment of costs ox ,
An Inventory ot the estaU of the lato
James Campbell shows real property
vhlued at $320,' -0 and personalty at
$1,009, 818.09, a total of $1,929,998.9.
Tho Supreme Court has made a de-
cree In L. L. McCandless vs. Honolu-i
lu Sucar Co . thit the defendant be ro-'
quired to keep a roa through Walmalu '
valley for tho uses anil purposes de-
crlbed In a certain lcare between the
lartles. Costs are equally divided. ineir Marions win De determined be
In the ease of Ernest. Hogan vs. Ca-! ore the rea'h Prt- The '" f
FUdlaa-Anstrallfn Steamship Co , Rob-1 ,"op '"mfuta. ,hf ? , ln ll?e
trhWWlMer flic a bill of exceptions .W" ,' ' P '" 0 he
tor defendant. The verdict In this one 'Zf V"! rK"5 ,W',h
,,t .. 1. ,i . ,., 1 troops from the regular establishment,
of the 29 damage aula of logon's M n- w nten(leJ"to b n
rirels against tho defendant waa for movement rf the voluntaer In the Phi lip
, , t , '"P'nes next November, but the deplorable
Judge Humphry wnc h- ..a lo jtate of affairs In China undoubtedly will
day n phnso of tho Aldrlch vs. Hnsilt- ause tne military authorlt.es to hasten
gerense. the departure of the outgoing troops as
' much as possible, with a view of using
MILILAM 8TRECT COMMISSION, I them for the protection of American Inter-
, ests In China In case it Is found necessary
A. V. Gear, W. G. Ashley and J!' L. 1 to divert them Horn their original destlna-
Kautukou are commissioners to appraise tlon at Manila.
land damages In the extension of Milium 1
street, not to determine If the Improvement
s'lall be made which has been done some
time ago. They hold sessions daily In a
room In the basement of the Capitol. To-
morrow afternoon they will view the dlf-
ferent premises. 1 heir awards ot damages,
win De maoe some time nextweeK. Alter
ward thv wlltlllKf ra nn th tinctliin
1 Have Protested.
A protest has been entered agalns:
the action of the Custom House author
ities In fining the captain and first matt
ot tho Marlon Chllcoot in connection
with the discharging of coal from that
vessel before tbe cargo was entered.
Thero bids fair to be a lively contett
ever tho affair. The captain claim.
that he has been misrepresented by the
ttatement credited to him that M
Smith of tho O. R. &T had ordered
him to discharge the cargo. Mr. Smllh
Informed him tLat Mr. Whlto was at
tho Custom House making (he nec-s-tniy
entry. It wns during Mr. Smlti':
absence that work begrn discharging.
the cargo. 1 ,
The band played the Alameda off this
Thero will bo a concert on the
grounds of he Hawaiian hotel this
'vcnlng. beginning at 7:30 o'clock, Cap
tiln Derger will lead during the first
part ot tho prog-am. At 9 o'clock, he
will leave for Molokal with the Doard
cf Healthy While at the Settlement,
ho will Inspect the band and see wtut
Is needed by the members. The cap
tain will take a lot of new music with
The band will play as UBual In Emma
Square Saturday afternoon. Sergeant
David Naono will lead. "
Alameda From Colonies.
The Alameda came fu from the Colo
nies at an early hour tnls morning and
sailed for San Francisco at 2 o'clock.
Flie brought tho following cargo: 2 cb
bonks, 3 bxs carpets, 3 cs mineral wa
ter, 10 ch merchandise, 3 cs fancy
goods, 200 cs gin, 10 cs horse medicine,
ISO ch mullet nnd 4 is limes consigned
to Wm 0 Irwin & Co , Henry Mh- &
Co , Macfarlano & Co, and to order.
Dr. B. I. Hutchinson will have lilt
office locitrd temporarily In the lintel Del
moiilco building. Se. his card o page K.
II, J. Noltn wns In town u short time
tills miiiiiln? ,
EIGHTEEN SALOONS ALLOWED
Cbrls. Halt' fill Hw lew Stlooo
la Imiii Street.
Till hrmttM to Rtotw too
RorwrrFiM-Meff ot Eiecstlrt
tMMlH Grtfjrjt CeTMf.
The Gavtmor's Council has agreed to
allow eighteen liquor saloon licenses with
in the prescribed limits In Honolulu, In-
vjstead of the oWallowance of fcHirffen.
JTT i II. -U I LJ ll.lk JZ ..
mia)tiiauviiui viuis. nun lor a sa
loon, license, Irl a brick buildtrig to be
erected on west side of Nuuanu between
Beretanla and Hotel streets, Is approved.
Wrav Taylor, Commlsslonerlof Agricul
ture, Is given bis own discretion as to
erecting a new'tence around the Govern
The council has considered the destruc
tion of small fry fih. There is no law to
prevent It, but the council anticipates ac
tion by the Legl$(ature In the form of a
minimum mesh law. ,,
The extension 'of Chaplain lane Is not
deemed expedient, as that of Pauahl street
wllWIvfde the block small enough
i ue council weni oui in a Doay 10 in
spect the Richards and King street corner
of (he Capital grounds No decision was
reached to the proposed roundinVoff of the
TROOPS FROM CUBA.
Wathlnetcn. July c As a result of a
mcent consultation of the Secretary of vVai
Jvth Lieutenant General Mllesommand
Iflirthe.arrnv. and General Wood. corn-
mamUng tne Division of Cuba, orders were
Issued today for the return to United States
from Cuba as soon as possible of the
Second. Sixth and Eighth, regiments of
These regiments are scattered over the
l5lnJ and Probably will not be able to
' "orne for a week or ten days. They
will be brought to the port of New Yoik
Captain Allen Was Angry
Captain Allen of tho Nippon Marti
was a very angry man during bla short
btay In port on tho last trln of his
Mcnmer to Honolulu. Thn Miia. nf hi.
rKcr was the refusal of tho Custom
Hmian nfflror. in mi him i .nn,i ,h
fchlp's laund-y ashoro to be done up.
The Custom House men only did
their duty for tho law la very strict re
I ardlng tho landing of anything from
fuch vessels between American ports.
Uven ln the case of an emergency,
men as the breaking down of ma
chinery, no part ot the samo can be
taken up town and mended without n
permit first having been applied for
tnd the matter l-ivcstlgated. Even then
Ic Is necessary that tho selfsame piece
tf machinery bo returned to the ship.
Plague In 8dney.
Tho plague In Sydney does not seem
tc bo diminishing Dy tho last
Mourner tho report was that thero were
oiir cases during tho week previous to
her departure. Tho Alameda brings
the news that, during the week pre
vious to her departure, thero wero eight
(ases. And vet, people from tho Colo
nics persist In snyl-ig that tho u'S.euso
!( dying out. .
Fortunately ncrly all thi passengers
ho booked for tho Alameda succeeded
ir getting away today, although the
tteamer was very much crowded. Alt
tut Ave or six succeeded In getting
staterooms. These will havo to be con
tented with "shakedowns."
Matsunara, a Japanese driver, was ar
rested this morning by Captain Fox tn
the charge of furious and heedless driving..
He was caught on Queen street Just as he
ran Into a private carriage, smashing
things badly and making himself liable to
abolit a hundred dollars'w'orth of dam
ages. Maunn Loh'h Report.
Purser Tuft of tho Mauna Loa re
ports oh follows. Cleaned nut llonu-
npn anil loft 73?0 bags ot Punaluu,
(lond wcathir ull wick anil noino rill
ivory night There wero 1000 bagi or
cugnr left at llnnnkuii ami COO ut Ki
Kiilhuclo. I.li-ht showers In tho Ilan.,1
Kiwi district llio Surprlso and Upi'u
v.ern nt Knllun Thursday iniirntn
Tho Hurprlxn wno to liavn fur Mukri'.i
nnd iliiuiilpii that Huiiiuafiiimmii.
DR, NOBLITT GRILLS BOARD
Adults Pilr DlTtsloi if Points tod
Detail Hit Relttlooi ffllta "Quicker Doctor"
ud Drill CoBptrlwa Willi Chlaeu Doe-lOf-Cooslderi
Pluten to Bltme,
Editor Evcnlnr Dulletln: While ths
accounts In the dally papers ot the
Hoard of Heilth nrocccJIncr ln rcirard
to my molloH before It last Wcdnesda-, '
were In the main correct, I think an '
injustice Is done mo from the fact thu !
never has there been given to the pub-
lls my view of the affair. I now beg tho
opportunity to miko a few statements
through your columns.
I was associated with Fcrdon, the
representative of tho Quaker Medicine.
Company In the early part of last year.
! was ln the office two hours each day
to gtvo treatment and superintend tho
office generally. With tho show, lec
tures and street bales I had nothing tn
Co. In fact I never attended nny one
ot those meetings. I had 1 precedent
sanctioned by tbe Hoard or Health t
telf. In 1897, a Chlneso physician came
to a call from the local' Chinese hos
pital. Ue had ben given the position
of attending physician, but not know
ing anything of Western mcdlclno he
could not.pbtaln a license. The Hoard
nf Health solved the difficulty by advis
ing him to place himself under the con
tiol of a licensed physician, the same
relation tbat the "Quaker" sustained
to me. There was this difference that
I staid In the office of the Quaker
Medicine Company during all oflke
hours, while rhe Chlneso doctor's llccns
id physician made only occasional
visits to the Chlneso hosnltnl. For tho
Eoard of Health to say that the Chi-'
nese doctor was simply an "assistant"
to the licensed physician Is simple non
it nse. The Chinese doctor was put
there to give Chinese treatment, and
the licensed physician perhaps was
never consulted whether lliard's eyes,
t RU' tongues dragon's blood or snakes'
bile should be used. Tho Chlniio
1 hyalcjau could "rinder"no moreTuiIEt?
enco to a scientific physician, thnn an
African ordeal poisoner could to our
Pupreme Court In determining tho
rullt or lnnnoccnco of an accused party-
Why the Hoard should havo required
tho Chinese doctor or Ferdon cither to
imploy n licensed phvslclnn Is hardly
aparent for they permitted a magnetic
Pcalcr to openly ndvertise her prnctlco
i'cr In 1SDS and the same year pcrmltt
td nn osteopath to practice open and
t bov c hoiril. Neither had a llcenso nor
could either obtain one.
Why they dll not prorecutc tht
' magnetic healer" I do not know. The
osteopath was patronized by a wealthy
luslness man and so ho was secure.
The meillqil gentleman who was so
bitter against me nt the Hoard's last
meeting (old roe that the reason ho did
not make a a-ov. against the oateopatn
was that his pMron (tho osteopath)
was a member of the Hoard of Trus
tees of a certain 'institution wherein
ho (the medical gentleman) ha,d a
irofesslonal position, and he did not
want to antagonize that trustee. At
that time his professional backbone
was not so utlfT and osseous as now.
Had tho Hoard ot Health compelled tha
above named Illegal practitioners to
rlacc themselves under licensed phy
sicians their pntrons woull doubtless
1 nve more ncarlv gotten their money'a
Tho truth of tho matter Is that tho
Hoard tlimiRl t that on nccnunt of tho
enmity of the planters had toward mo
r. account of my nntl-contrnct labor
memorial to Congrrss.nnd on account
ny lack" of Influential friends, that I
would bo an easy mark.
The Hoard railroaded through the
icaolutton to revoke my license. Thp
trial was hutdone day, the next da
while I was out of town tho request
was forwarded to the "Mln'ster of the
Interior and th ellcense was revoked,
riving me no cl nnce to get out an In
junction. I rill let every reader decide
for himself if that wnr mlr,
I have nevr had hany doubt of tha
Illegality of the Hoard's action, but I
prefer to have the Incident amlcab'j
closed, hencn mv motion before tho
Hoard to have Its previous action re
scinded T-f ft. ,1 f ,r,r u me but as an
iri f Ii.k-I- I rn said In effect,
"Oentlemen of the Doard of Health, In
this game I have taken ont trick and
you have taken one trtek, the game Is
c'raggng let us bunch the cards and
null." If they Insist on finishing the
game, It's their play,
W S NOHI.I IT, M. I).
Honolulu, Jul) 20, 1600.
London, July 11, 9 It 11 m A tele-
griim via Hhung'inl finm llev Muille, 11
lulsKlimnry at Tien Tain, sn)a:
Dr. Ilraudvr a missionary of Shang
hai, liUgrnpliH that th" IrUli 1'ieali)
tirlnu mlKSlnuiirles urn wife lint thut
line mUiilou hiivu been burned,
To Holokai Settlement
The steamer Mlkahala wilt levve
with the lloird of Hcaltu and gtiils
for the semi-annual visit of Inspection
to the Molokal Settlement at 9 0VI1 .-k
tonight. Following will bo about'tha
composition of the party
Dr. Wood, K. P. Dole, F. J. Low :r.
Dr. Emerson, E ,C. Wlns'.jn and Sec
retary Wilcox of the Hoard of Hail.h:
Dr. Cleveland, Dr. Kerr, Dr. AmessM,
Dr. Camp, Dr. C. II. Dougless, Mrf.
Hendry, M. II. Flint, C. II. Hemenwa,
Oeo. A. Diet Frank Davey, J. D. Mr
elgh, Miss Thompson, Capt. II. 'J;r
gcr, W. 0. Smith, Miss Morse, U
Towsc, Father Matthias, Dr. Fa!-.
weather, Miss Munson, two Catholic
Sisters, Dr. McCurdy, Miss Mnrglh,
Miss Annabel Lee of the S. F. Cal', Her.
Massey, Dr. 0. L. Qarvln, Steams Duck,
C. McOonagle. Samuel Johnson, Fredk.
O'Brien of tho Advertiser, Oeo .F. Hen
shall of the Star, Edwin S. 0111 of the
Kepubltcan, F. J. Testa of tbe Inde
pendent, Kamalllkane of the native pa-..
lor, John Efflnger of the Anglican
Church Chronicle and J. L. Rockwell
of the Bulletin, besides more than a
lundred native Hawaiian relatives of
peoplo at tho Settlement. .
On OH ProspectM.
Purchasers ot stock In the Dlamo d
Oil Co, which owns CIO acres ln kern
county, are very much elated over -.
following notice in the Pacific Oil Re
porter, the official oil organ of &
Francisco, Cal , of July d:
State .Mineralogist Cooper, who visit
ed the oil districts on tne rfest sld? la.l
teek, gnve '.t at his opinion that t f
Diamond and Sunrise oil companies,
which are operating on 11, 29-21, luv.v
exceedingly bright prospects of utri'c
ing oil, tho oil Indlcatlops on Hi'',.
properties be'ng exceedingly good.
Bow Wontfs to China.
The Dow Wongs ot Hawaii nel ha )
been very much criticized ot late Lj.
cause ot their seeming inactivity it) tho
matter oft sending men to China o
fight. Said one of the principal Chin 1- '
course, we n"re not making V great bi
nolso about what we are doing bu:
nevertheless, each steamer for Chlni
takes a number of Chinamen who h ivci
been trained secretly to the use of il.t
nima. No one knows who t'tcy are but
ou can tnko my word for It, we are
Police Court Notes.
In tho Polko Ci nrt thla forenoon tho
fnlowlng cases were dUpnied of: Ah
Pong, selling oleomargarine, $20 nnd
1 oats; C. M. Marquis, ridlnj a1 blcycla
without a light 3 and costs; C. Rose,
malicious Injury, July 21,
FOURTH OF JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian and
American flags can be gotten in Jwaka
ml'a store, Hotel street, I 1
Captain von Oterndorp of the Alameda
never likes to slay In" Honolulu anyilonzer
than Is absolutely necessary. The sailing
of the Alameda caused business men to
rush unduly and even then, they did not
finish all they wished to.
The remains of the late Emil Uhlbrecht
were burled In Maklkl cemetery yesterdiy
afternoon. The widow and a number of
frleads were present. Rev. G. L, Pearso n
concluded the burial service,
The Pacific Import Co., Is holding a
special sale of rugs this week at greatly
reduced price. See their ad on psge 8.
We woulJ remind you that we have just
received another line of :
(very stylish) OX FORDS
BLACK VICI KID,
Medium weight sole, tip perforated and
pinked. Any toe you w ant.
A Swell Shoe for Swell People
NONE HE ITER,
FEW AS QOOD
MMufacturers' Shoe Co.
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