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HEALTH BOARD MEM TEWXSBURY GERMANY
Plt(KiRAM OF RAGES Mil
nnv years eu
Firri !Utd of Health Was Organised
by Older of KamelaBielia III.
List of !U
The Hoar dot Health of the Hawa
iian islands 1H muln lu juuilf au
id ternary on Imlf 30 of Uila jesr,
in a auppWnt to the Report of the
President of tie Hoard of Health, HJ,
the following appears;
"A Ik Id of Health Orel organ
lzd In this Kingdom on December II.
ihUl. by tb folio Ids Order of King
"Welt known to all whom llnisycou
crrc'that We by and with tlii adtlrt
of Our I'rlt) Council, hereby eai
jKim-r and authorize Dr. T C. 1)
Kooke. lr George A. Lath l op, llenji.
liilu F. Hardy. O. W Hunter. C. Hon-,
man. M D. Ulihard Hill Kmthe and
W. Xc-wconib to act aa a Hoard rf
Health (four of them to be a quorum)
for the good of the Inhabitant, of Ho-I
nolulu. and We bereh) request and au
tborlze them to communicate, resiect
Ing the Mine. Kith the Governor of Our
Itlaud of Oaliu. and to point out to him
everything that In their opinion ought
to be done or undone. emoted or pro
cured, for the preservation from "J
and cure of contagious, epidemic a.itl
other dla. and more taM-clally of
Cholera, a may hatp occurred to cadi
of Hit in. on the da) pieiedlug
"Our Mlnlater or th Interior Is
charged with the execution of this Our
"Done In Our Privy Council till 13th
day of December. 130.
Charles Wilcox, secretary of Hie
Hoard, was asked If any o(ll lal notice
would be taken of tho Jubilee annher
nary, ThU wiu the flrat tlmo bin at
tentlon had Ixui called to the. Inter
eating date. It wna hla own natal da),
December 13, although not the fiftieth
by more than a derade.
TEACHERS ARE WANTED
(Anioclated I'rets Special.)
Winona. Minn.. Sept. C l'rof. A'.-
klimon, HuperlnteiuU-nt of Instruction
In the riilllpplueii, haa written to Sec
retary Shepnrd, of the National Edu
cational Annoclatlon, nuking hi in to
end normal graduatta aa tcuchera for
the Philippines. On three-year con
tracts, primary and grammar grille
teuchers are offered $75 to HuO P.r
month aud superintendent $20UU U
25b0 per )ear In addition to tialar
les all expenses to Manila are to be
The Spencer trial Is still on In the
Police Court. The third witness, Kl
noshlta, was on the stand until about
11:10 this forenoon. It was brought
out by the defense that this fellow
tame to the tountiy about a year ago.
After working at Alca under contract
for a short time, he ran away and went
out lie) mid Diamond Hem! to work.
Later on he went to !.aysan IslanJ
Klnoahlta could not he brought to
auy that he heard any uolso of thu
beating of cans or loud talking on tho
day of tho trouble. He was asleep
until 10 n. m. and after that he had no
recollection of any noise. He did not
hear any nolte immediately following
tho shooting because he had been
utriick by n bullet and was uncon
scious. Taliobayashl was tho fourth witness
on tho stand and he Is still on this af
ternoon. lllcctlon to tne Htorthlnft.
Chrlstlanla, Sept. fl. Partial returns
of tho recent elections to tho Strotliliitj
Hhow that the Leftists liavo gained
twelto and lost six seats. Tho Left
ists thus far have elected flfty-saven
members and the Rightists sixteen,
In forty-one districts the elections
huvo not yet been held.
Mocclonuld Culled to Lend.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Sopt. 0. Tho
Conservatives of Southern Alberta
have passed n resolution asking Hugh
John Miicdonald, tho Promler, to en-
tor Dominion politics with a view to
assuming the Conservative leadership
on tho retirement of Sir Charles Tup
A. J. CnutH Roturnn.
A, J, Coats, aasltant secretary of tho
Y, M, C, A., arrived from tho Coast
this morning. Mr, Coats spent tho sum
mer In his old stamping grounds at
Lake Geneva, where ho occupied his
old position of lustiuctor In the gym
nasium, Kino Job Printing at
Her to Discharge From
1 StintEME COURT
Appeal of Cecil Brown on Conveyance
Stampage-Dowsett Minors Want
Their Property Other
J. O. Carter, guardian of the Har
dee minora, hai filed hla annual ac
count, with receipts of $032.59 and pay
ment of f Ulj:8. The Inventory shows
$7800 of Investments.
Kelillmlotlu haa aued Joi. Kekuku
for divorce on the grouud of desertion
for ,our eMlt- Th" "rJage was per-
formed by a Mormou elder at lale In
M3. J. M. Poepoe for thu llbellaut U
trying to hate aertlte of summons
waited so that the case may be heard
a of the August term.
Harry T. Mills has filed his oath as
notary public for tho Third Judicial
J, M. Monnurrut, guardian of Uen
let Dowaett has filed hla flist an
nal account. Receipts are $1199.13 and
pa)ments $1505.73. Tho guardian asks
the Court for an order to the D)w
sett Kstatc corporation to deliver to
111 in the persouul property of both (ten
et let o aud Marlon Don sett, which In
cludes 750 shares of the corporation
and 100 first mortgago bonds of $1000
par talue for i-ucli of the wards.
Cecil Urown, administrator with the
will annexed and trustee of the estate
of Walter Murray albson, deceased, by I
his attorneys, ltobertson & Wilder, hai
appealed to tho Supremo Court from!
the decree of Judge Humphrey order-'
ing him to pay for stamps on contc)-.
Annie Holt, as guardian of Kllra
Holt, haa filed a bond In $2000 wltii
John D, Holt Jr. as surety.
A. 11. 11. Judd by her attornc)s, ltob
ertson & Wilder, excepts to the order
of the Circuit Court granting the mo
tion of John II Estate, plaintiff, to
reopen Its action ugalnst her and in
troduce new testimony therein. J
Kala Kaalhuc, u minor, by his next
friend, John K. Prendergast, petitions
that the said Prendergast bo appointed
administrator of the estate of his late
mother, Naomi Kaalhue, which Is
valued at $8000.
Judge Humphreys was hearing, all
this morning, the petition of Mrs. I. Q.
Tewksbury fur discharge from tho In
sane Asylum. Among the witnesses
wero Dr. Cooper, Geo. A. Davis and
Paul Neumann. Mr, Davis told of his
relations as attorney, acting for Mr.
Neumann while he was III, with tho
petitioner. When A. II. Wood offered
$S0OO for the School street property In
which sho had a quarter Interest, he
thought It was a fair price, but Mn.
Tewksbury would not accept It and an
order of Court was procured for a sulu
at public auction, when It was then j persuado Englund to accede to the Rus
Hold. Mr, Wood through an agent got'slan proposal, the Minister replied In
It for $15,200. "Did you consider Mrs.
Tewksbury capable of conducting her
"I considered her n very shrewd wo
man In business matters. Nobody
could get a dollar from her without
giving value for It. I don't know about
any mania sho may have, If )ou go
Into psychological Inquiry,"
A. (1, Cunha, n brother of Mn.
Towksbury, petitioned tho Court to
hate J, Alfred Mugoon appointed as
her guardian. Kinney, Dalloii & Mti
Clanahan appeared for this petition at
F. M. Hatch appeared for the Comt
on behalf of Mrs, Tewkshury's rights.
It appeared that tho proceedings to
put her undor guardianship came as a
surprlso to her former nttornoys.
Judgo Humphreys ordered Mrs.
Towksbury to bo discharged from tho
Insane Asylum, and denied tho peti
tion for Mr, Magoon's appointment as
T, W .Hobron and others went out
In the tug Bleu this morning to place
the buoy for the flret and second class
yacht races off J. II. Castle's residence,
Walklkl. Tho buoy was placed In flte
fathoms of water, Tho Young hiunc'i
will tnko several yachtsmen to a point
off Kullhl this aftornoon to put nut the
buoy for tho third and fourth cluu
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sixes, all shapes. 11
Full Una of abovo goods are shown la
Ivvakaml Hat Manufacturing Depart
vvin Not withdruw nr tpoopm am
HropuMud I3y KutJMla Mowuph
Come Nurr RuuchitiK
TroopM to Stuy
Till Peuce Till
(Associated Press Hpeelal.)
Washington, Kept, 6. The attitude of the German Government In
the Itusulan proiiusul to withdraw troops from Peking haa been made
known to the United States aud Is to the effect that German) con
siders It neecsaary to retain her forces In Peking.
RUSSIAN PLAN WILL BE MODIFIED
(Associated Press Special.)
London, Sept, 4. What Is now d.wlgnnted as an attempt to establish a
"Russian Momoe doctrine" In Asia seems-doomed to modification, llen.e
the prospetts of the continued roncord of the Powers are hellwd to be Im
proving It Is thought that the announcement of the names of the four pei
onagea appointed by Imperial edict as Chinese Peace Commissioners will
furnish Humla with n plausible reason to Join in the American demand for
the BlK)lntmeut of a nioro satisfactory commission and glto Russia ground
for delaying tho withdrawal of her troops from Peking until the Chinese Im
perial party shops a more conciliatory dlsixialtlou
According to n dispatch from Slnnghal, It Is reported there that Prlnee
Tiiflii Is hiding within easy reach of Peking, awaiting the result of the pres
ent conference of the Powers
The rumors emanating from Shanghai that the expedition which. It is
said, will shortly start for Peking will go thence t , Tal-Yuiiu.fii. capital of
tho protlnce of Hhuii-sl, where the Dowager Kmpress. Emperor and court nie
sojourning, can be dismissed as fanlnstlr. The- nllled forces urc 111 no way
equipped for such u crusade.
The Iloxers are still nctite In Shun-tung protlnce. An olTlchil dispatch
from Tien Tain reHirts that flte hundred Doners attacked a patrol of German
marines near Uin-tsun (?) Sept. C, with the result that forty lloxers wue
killed and the Germans sufferer no Iotu. A special dispatch from Hong
kong contains the remarkable statement that LI Hung Chang has received
advices from Peking to the effect tint tho allied forces are gradually bund
ing over the government of the eapl'id to the Chinese and that Prince Chlug
former president of the Tsung LI Yttmeii has been placed In charge of the
Trying to Map
1T11UU1C VUUl 5C i
New York, Sept. C. A dispatch to
tho Tribune from London sa)s.
Opinion gains ground that no more
Powers, not oven France, will return
an alllrmatltc reply to tho Russlin
proposition, tho other hand ,lt Is also
thought that none of them will tare to
send u decided negative, und efforts ara
now being made cither to find a middle
course or Induce Russia to withdraw
her suggestion. Prevalent opinion
here certainly is that Great Ilrltaln
ought to retain her troops In Peking
If any two Powers will support her in
Distrust of LI Hung Chang deepens
and It Is now accepted that tho Rus
sian scheme was arranged after coa-
millatlnn with him fin tlila tinln. an
, , ,. , , ' . ,
Interesting statement was made vei-
terday by the Chinese Minister, who Is
a strong adherent of Earl Li, and was
once his personal secretary. Asked
whether ho had received a telegram
from LI Hung Chang urging him to
"Russlu," ho continued, "has offer
ed, nt tho Instigation of Li Hung
fihang, to remove her forces from ttwj
capital, and has thereby taken the
first step towurd u general peace. I do
not bellovo Russia's movo has a double!1
meaning, as persistently suggested,
and I certainly nm unablo to confirm
lu any degree tho nport that the Czar
has been propitiated by a promise of
.Manchuria. You may dlicrodlt It en
tirely." Asked If ho had succeeded In per
suading England, tho Minister replied:
"I am doing all I possibly inn. I
have sent u powerful memorial to Lord
Salisbury, and am anxiously awaiting
his reply. So much depends upon It
that America unci Germany are hang
ing on tho decision.
"Speaking unofficially for n moment,
I cannot hut think that Grout Ilrltaln'a
withdrawal or promlso of withdrawal
(Associated Press Special,) ,jr
Chrlstlanla, Sept. fl, A telegrim from Tromsoo, Norway, In re- i,
porting tho return of tho Stella Polar with the Duke of Ahrczzl's .'.'
Arctic expedition on board the Stolla Polar reached u point In latltudo ft
88,33 North, thus ponetiatlng furthor North than Dr, Nansen'a record,
Tho Stolla Polar remained fast In tho Ico for elotcn months, Tho t
pressure stout In her sides, making n hole fifteen luces In breadth. v
Tho members of tho expedition suffored many hardships and wero ii
compelled to eat tl'ielr sledgo clogs, A Norwegian engineer and two )'.'
Itnlhins, members of tho expedition perished, Thu nowo of tho assas- tV
sluatlnn of King Humbert of Italy (unrlo of tho Duko of Ahruzzl) was .V
communicated to tho Duko off Hammorfest, Tho Stolla Polar, there-
fore, did not comnmnlcato with tho shore there, but proceeded south- it
it it iV ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft
I would pave tho way for n speedy set
tlement. The Chinese people, generally
are most anxious for peace. They ate
H'cl "' w"r "'"' H0"1'1 welcome any
negotiations which would hatu us a
concluslou u mutual commercial basis
on more permanent lines than hereto
fore between the two countries. Eul
LI, whatever )ou may assert to the
contrary, Is pro-Luropeuu anil not pm
RukhIiiii Moreover, he Is not phllun
throptcally Inclined and does not sok
for peace aud reorganization of the
western commeielul dealings becuuso It
would benefit China, Ho Is progres
sive, and In this Is diametrically oppos
ed to Prince Tuan."
To the further question whether tho
Chinese Government still existed as an
agent of authority, the Minister ans
wered' "Yes, in its entirety. It has
only change its seat, as It did in 1800,
und taken up temporary residence In
Shan-sl. Earl LI is working In full sym
pathy with tho Emporor and Privy
i Council, who, with tho Empress and
tho viceroys constitute the govern
ment. All are bent on peace."
Wnshlntgon, Sept. 0, Tho following
cablegram has been received ut tho Wur
Department from General Mac-Arthur;
"Manila, Sept. 0. Adjutant General,
Washington: Detulls outbreak llohol,
I developed Pedro Samson commandant
Police left Tagllarlen ostensibly In
speet police various towns. This ho
illd until heard from In Carmen with
followers threatening to nttack garrl-
son ut Ubay. Two detachments ordered
to Carmen found tho town peaceful.
No trace of Insurrection. Detachment
of twenty-soven men under Flist Lieu
tenant Leback, nearly uunlhllatoJ,
over 100 killed. Our loss as piovlously
reported. Movement In Interior now in
Great sale of boots and shoes at 5
cents on the dollar at L. I). Kerr &
Co.'a shoo house, corner of Fort anJ
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With List of All Entries
Made Up to 2 p. m.
PEOPLE GENERALLY ARE
SHOWING MICH INTEREST
Barges and Shells All Have Good
Crews Healanls and Myrtles
Will Again Strive for Vic
tory 19 Events.
Regatta Day this )ear will sen n
great deal of excitement. All thote
who hate boats or yachts are Hocking
to the otllce of the Pacific Hardware
Co, to cuter for the accpiatic event
Of course, the greatest Interest will
bo centered In the barge, shell und
Hist class )ucht races but there will be
plenty of ort In the other etents also.
The entry books iluse lit 4 o'clo k
this afternoon and will not he open
aintln, so that every one who Intends
to enter should call nt the place nam
ed before It Is too late.
tip to 2 p. ni. today, the following en
tries In the different events had been
1. Slx-oured sliding seat barge (llll
boil) course ) Prize $30 trophy En
tries: M. II C"M)rtle," by W W
Harris (The Healanls will enter tnU
S. Whaleboat race. First prize, $J0.
second. $10. Entries' "Honolulu" by
Sharkey and "Pilot" by II. Evnus.
3. Tug-of-wnr of shore boats. Not
less than two boats on n side. Prlz,
$20. Entries: "Devvoy." "Maine,'
"Alamcdu," "Itunhoc," "Minnie." nnd
"Honolulu," entered by boat boys.
4. Six oared sliding scat barge rue
"Old timers." Prize, gloi). Entries
"Myitlo" by W. W, Harris. (Healanls
will enter this afternoon.)
C. First class )acht race. First prize.
$100 troph) , second, $30. Entrlei
"Eta" by E. O. White, "Heleno" by I'
Whitney and "Ilonule Dundee" by 0
G. Second class )acht race. First
prize, $50 trophy, second, $30 trophy.
third, $20 trophy. Entries: "Hawull"
by W. L. Wilcox, and "Dowey" by T
T. Thlid class acht race First prize,
$10 trophy; second, $25 trophy; third,
$20 trophy. Entries: "Opltsah" by 11.
11 Penhallow, "Myrtle" by G. A. Cro
zler und R. II. Itrothertou, and "Kul
ko" by II. M. Mott-Smith.
8. Fourth class yacht race. rin.1
prize, $10 trophy, second, $25 troph) ,
third, $20 trophy. Entries' "Ann'
by C. P. Chllllngworth, and "Edith L"
by Sam Dow sett.
9. Slx-oared gig race. Stationary
scats. Prize, $30. (Japanese fishing
boats.) Entries: "Nanlwa by II
Evans, "Takachlho" by W. Smithies,
"Masuda" by II. Amltagc, "Mats'i
moto" by Shanks Mossman, and "Yj
mada" by Hawaiian Ilallasting Co.
10. Swimming race, 100 )nrdt,
straightaway. Prize, $15. No entries.
After this nice, theru will bo an In
termission for luncheon.
11. Six p.uldlu e.moo race. First
prlre, $20; second, $10. Entries' "AU
biimn" by A. M. Urown, "Walklkl" by
L. P. Scott and "Weln Ku Huo" b)
12. Six oared sliding seat bargo.
Prize, $25 trophy. Entries: "Ho'i-
InulH" by 11. Y. k II, C. (Tho M ribs
will enter this afternoon.)
Tug-of-wnr between steamer ser
tlco I Mints In actual use. Prize, $25
No entries yet.
14. Two oared shore boats, First
prizo, $15; second, $10. Entries "Maid
of Erin" by Sab Kino, "Mayllower" h)
Wahlnn, "Alameda" nnd "Roady" by
Kaauauti, "La I'aloma" by Manuka anl
"China" by Smith.
15. Diving contest for distance
Prlzo, $15. Entries: E. Myhro and R.
1C, Steamer boat race. First prlzo,
$30; second, $15. Entries: "W. M.
McChcsney," by Sharkey, "William
Ofscn" by Joe and "Eclipse" by J. O.
17. Sailing canoo race. First prizo,
$20; second. $10. Entries: "Walklkl"
by L. P, Bcott, "Alabama" by A. M
Drown and "Wola Ka Hao" by 8am.
18. Half mllo (more or less) swim
ming rnco. Prize, $15, No entries yot.
19, Four oared merchant ship boats
Flist prlzo, $20; second, $10, Eiitrlca:
"Honolulu" by Sharkey, "Plilladol
phhi" by F, Kruger, "Dunrcggan" nn I
"John Currle" by 11. Evans,
A complcto new stock of gents
shirts, collars nnd cuffs at L. D. Kerr's,
Ine Job Printing nt
UNDER llli: HAMMER
The Mclntyre Homestead Structures at
Kindling Wood Prices Fenc
ing, Building Material
and Plants Sold.
Will i: Plsher auctioneer to-lty
wound up the sal)1, going on for u wek
past of the Arlington Hotel contents
and the bulldlrgs on the land boushl
by Alex. Young for his projected block
between King and Hotel streets
The main building of the Arlington,
u large coral mansion once occupied by
the late Princess llernlco Punnlil !)lm
op, with all Its talualR'l koa wood stair
cases and finishings, was sold to John
Ouderklrk for $IS0
Mr. Ouderklrk also bought the coral
mansion lately vacated by . John S.
McGrew, after a residence In It for tho
life of a generation or more for $70.
There nrn koa doors and window
frames, also n massive atalrcuse of tiV
same wood, In the building, hut the
purchaser said he wanted It simply to
secure live masslte granite blocks tint
went with lhp atrtirtiiro Seti.imfelv
,, ,,01Klll ,,, I)ck,t ftnp(, ,, curl,
parapet In front of It, on Hotel street
and extending down the Evrn side of
the property. Granite gate posts to-ik
his e)n here, and he paid $25 for tho
About 50 coral piers where n build
ing once stood also sold to Cash for $1.
A. A Young bought nil tho Arling
ton plants nnd shrubs for $37.50, which
had hitherto been set up in vain two
or three times. The same purchaser
bought nil the splendid trees, shrub
bery and plnnts, a substantial trellis
and the brick foundation of a latini on
tlic McGrew place for $7.50.
Jon Cuhral got the story und n half
house, of II E. Mclnt)re for $15. X
small cottage In the rear, together with
large stable sheds, fell to Frank Lud
wick for $02.50.
J. Stelner bought several hundreJ
square feet of paving tiles on thcwMc
Grew premises for $10
A coral vvull between Mclntyrc's anl
tho Arlington, containing probably
1500 cubic feet, appealed In vain to thu
Owing to the magnitude of the un
dertaking, Mr. 'Ouderklrk had the tlmo
for removing tho McGrew mansion ex
tended from ten to thirty days.
but Palace Servants
Washington Sept. C Tho Stato De
partment made the following in-
"A telegram has been received from
Minister Conger dntcd Peking, Septem
ber 1st, stating that a military parade
passed through tho Imperial palace on
that date and that eunuchs and ser
vants were the only occupant.,"
A "Cooler" for hot days, at Demon,
Smith & Co.'a fountain.
Jas. A. Bannister
NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION
They art Ihi BEST SHOE mJ.
Onct orn, always worn .