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HONOLULU, TKK1IITOKY OK HAWAII, TUK8DAV, OCTOllKH 2, IKOCI.
I'liin: fi Cij.nth.
Munm in ifisiVi -i
on Hawaii Object to
smniM sums m
mi mince iavih
Kite tf DillixjrkjB Ciajigc-
n Slut Oct to Hi-
Jf tb iu to U tuCxixuiwi pafr
oviihi file W iulaty t wei
fur mjmf vJiwrw o-odlur rry o.n
tUutHn sras it fcrK iujiu to Udl awl
iMuvkIi t lu 4 tv r l auy
Uwf Jrty ft. iw Is tfUiuty AdUik
no urk t'r tb mv f tb I4jj-
At-IAt. TW baa utt IJJ1 lo trouble
WXwx uli u4 tor iuu worn it
MIW HiUMfi SlulJ" Up t ltlilu
riwrt Wow am
On iin Kteau Humility affz-rnoon
Htiif u Wl f Information fhal tin bid
tb ffl uf uuaklUK Wlli-ox a lilt nr
uw lu fbaf )( jiiii the- loss of liun-dii-d
of te ;H 111" faland ol Hawaii
Jt m-(h tba throw) Di medium ff
ir, Wiluix ilemy UVst. one of tin
1liiiluiii iKBrtlrtnl's or III XuaM vld. Informing hi in that be had better
f Inform'! tiint Jlob Wlleng wlsbn return and register. Again, It was'llr.
Wm t (tiki-bis iiiikki from tb tbket . Colburn who made all the arrange
faror of Ur; Mul, formerly of this ments with the Inter-Island Co. and '.t
itoy. V.'t did not y rnueh at the
flm but b did om fast and furb
M went Immediately tu Kwallko v
John Drown, 'b two mm on t!i
tti-M with lilm -ud tber was a verx
wurin couui'II of war, All I line mm
wer of th ennui mind nnd tli'lr sbaip
word of erlili'l.m may lm summed up
In tin woiris "Down with Will ox."
The udldut wanted to know nt
Mwll other who WII'UX was that he pru
auini d lo dlrtaw. They were placed on
fh llidij" lideilt ticket by the people
of their own Itland and ttiey did not
I ii I Mid -to Ik bulldozed Into retiring
trum the field,
Jn pluie of retiring In favor of I)r.
itiisu.'l, Henry Wot bus devldnl to
stHtrip the Inland and to work ugalust
Will ox In iviry district. Cwallko ind
John Drown have acipileseed readily to
this proposition and will assist In llii
work of downing Wilcox 011 the IJU
The Ire. nt th thrio men ha been
roused and they will undoubtedly il?
"what liny ty ns lliey urn known to
lie men of Ibclr word nnd they have l
ni) means kipt thtlr plans secret.
The lleiublcN delegate of the
I'oiirlli nnd Klflh Districts met In (be
Jlepubllcan li"iiiiiiarler yesterday af
ternoon for the purpose: of hearing the
report of the commltlie selected to
place before the Hupreme Court the
iimtler of the eligibility of II. I. Dill
Ingham ns it Hinntoilnl candidate, Jan,
II, lloyd mil A ns chalrmmi of tlio joint
A, V, (ler reported for the commit
tee, slating Hint the Hupreme Court, on
iii'coiint of stress of work, was unable
lo rtlvo 1111 opinion before the meeting
li t Hint the promise of nil opinion 011
Tuesday had been nindc.
Mr, .loins' moved Unit, In order lu
facilitate iiinltcrs, an nllernnto be nam
ed, llm alternate lo be placed on (lit
ticket Immediately should the Hupreme
Court dedde ngiilnst Mr, DllllnglmM,
Mr. Htewnrt counselled 11 "hands oh"
policy nnd warned the delegates Unit
they should proceed. very slnwjy )n the
The above firm bi'K to announce, that
they hiivii uinbllshfd a biislmnis for
thn purpose nf dealing in Heal UUato,
tho hittidlliiif of administrative details
fur TriiNlec nml Ksliites, tho nogutlrit
nil of Loans nnd Invoiiliuouts, and tho
wilting uf I.lfu nnd Klio Insurance
llopliiK tlmt vu tnuy havo an oppor
liinlly nf mtyIiiii you wlion you hava
itqiilii'iiirnt In uur line, ami thank
lug you fuv miy courtesies you may be
nblu In cxtniiil the new llrni, wo aru,
Yuma vny truly,
MiOMil.liAN, 1'ONI) & CO.
Judd llulldlliB, Honolulu,
4luW ( M fmirwt later Out I
VM W l.rmMy HM IN II4 U
JfcMiilhaiu dt, Il was Hnr mound
! lo lake allua, llil. iqdnlon k
mM, Mr Jetira wltbairw ill nKWn
k4 a tuufUm tu adjourn until I p. jl
l4y a rrW. I
The Kimitlir tomnillli-e of Ih lit
IMiUkaii Mitr hrU a ui-tln In licau
liflii Ul lad nlulil and lfldl tu
w4 uut Ibr IuIIuwIok wurkrra III
attauiTi Imloc Utity:
To Hi all In llu Kiuu-V. C. Ailil
and V. J, Cu-lbu, tu arctiiuian' Ham
Tu Maul In tli Maul Enoch John
Mm (KuoLa.i U W. T. Kanulll ar)
lr, U. KajMl.
Tbv rkr for Hawaii will land at
IIIW and will lxlu tb" ramimlKti oil
1b file Itland from that plarr. T'i
Usui aorkrrs r land at liana and
will work down lb ctisst lu Ijitialna. I
Mr Kaua!ll will then ito to Maul. 1
uLll. . . .... ... . '
wan-? iji uixiera will reium co iioiio-
Tb I)niocraU rfectn! arrnng
uttuts with tb'i Inttrr-Island Co. this
luwiln but lu ptacH of sending the
Mlkabala out after I'rlno David Ki
Mauanakua, chartered the Walaleale.
k much smaller steamer. Hhe will pro-
c-d direct tu llllo but the Klnau may
l-st hr Uiere as the Walaleale Is n
Mrty slow boat and Is not tery well
fittd tu buck the seas she will meet territories In ucncral. ,
with lu the channels. Captain Green "The requirement In said Section CO
wit otu lu command of til esteamer. l''t the oter shall hnvo resided In th"
John Oilburn was asked fhls morn- i Tcrrltorx not less than one year pro
lug who went lu the Walaleale and hej ceding the time nt which he orTcrH to
answered that he hadn't the allgbtett register, ahould be construed as requlr
Idea, Mr, Colburn must be ratliprl '"K "iifli term of n-wlcltiico In Uio Ha
Iguorant as to the movements of hli "ullan Islands, nnd not necessarily nt
son for It was he that went and It waa tcr ,llc establishment of a territorial
he that lexjk tbo lettcra to I'rlnce Da- Uovernment ove aald Islands."
was he Who WttS riritvn im flin u'tinf
Ml before the Wailcale sailed at 10
o'clock this forenoon.
Hubert W. Wlkox and Kalouokalanl.
the Independent leaders, returned from
the stumping trip to Maul In the Mauna
Ixa this morning. They both woro
The Kepubtlian committee on
Pakers Is arranglnK the work for tbo
nxt two week In systematic order.
I'lsce In the suburb of the city and
down the road will receive their share
of the speaking. Heslde the candi
dates, there will be other Republicans
who will assist In bringing before the
people the advantages the Republican
party has to offer.
It Is reported that "Oily ,11111" White
of Maul Is another deserter from ths
ranks of the Independents.
8. H. America Alnru.
Tho T. IC. K. America Muru, Colng
commander, arrived In port nnd hauled
alongside the I'aclflc Mall wharf ut
about 1:30 p. m, today. While trying
to Haul alongside tho wharf, the bow
lino parted three times In tho strong
wind, Tho America Muru has 27
Asiatic for this port.
Tho latest styles In shirts and tics
ate to bu found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street, Tel. 3301 White.
A completo new stock of gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. 0. Kerr
There will be a meeting of the Deleeales
of Hit Fourth and Filth Districts at the
Keoobllcin Headquarters THIS (TueJav
AMTERNOON at 4 o'clock, to consider
matters 01 great importance.
, WILLIAM H. CONEY.
lo'Otl Secretary Fourth Dlst. Com,
POUUTII DISTRICT. SECOND PRE
There will be a meetlne of the Fourtli
District, Second Precinct Republican Club
at the new baseball grounds, corner of Kl
nau anJ Pllkol streets this ( Tuesday ) eve
ning at 8 o'clock. A full attenj nee Is re
quested. J, H. FISHER,
D. LOGAN, Chairman.
HEADQUARTERS FIRST REGIMENT,
NATIONAL GUARD OF HAWAI'.
The First Battalion, first Rsidment, N,
G. IL, will assemble under arms at the
Drill Shed at v.yo o'clock THIS EVEN
ING for battalion drill and parade.
Ily order of MAJOR 7.IEGLER.
(Signed) C. M. V. FORSTER,
First l-lent. and Adjutant.
Honolulu, H. T., Oct. 7, 1900.
All the candlditts. all the chairmen and
other ollicers uf precinct clubs, ns well as
all the members of the Fifth UWtlct com
mittee, ate redueitrj to attend .111 Impor
tint meeting tonight nt 7:50 at Republican
hriJiiuirters, Elite bulMlnp.
MllHt Have Lived in Huwtl.l Onei
Year PrevIouH to Their Registra
tion Why United States Statutes
Do INot Mold Qood.
Juilice Prear la author of a unant- ,
moiu opinion of thn Hupremo Court,
Justices (lalbrallh and Terry with hlmnxt section. 18Gn, provides that 'At
"If slKtiln Kit. In the matter of the ap- nil suh.equent elections, however. In
t-al of Frank II. IxjiicUs from the'dwl J any Territory the quallfl-a-
.I..M Mit flin lli.nv.l of lift'. I.I rnll.in IrT i tlnii. t I'ntnh. r.ti.1 nl tw.lflltli n"li.n
" ... ..,. u. ..vM. ....
the Island of (lahu. It sustains the
Hoard, the points of law exhibited bo-
ms; the followlntc
"Hecllon M of the. Organic Act. whl-h
prescribe the quallDcatlons for vote
In this Territory, applies to the flr.t
election as well a to subsequent I'le-
tlons, to the exclusion of Hectlon 1 S'.'J
of the Uevlsed Statutes of the (Inltid
Htotts, which prescribes the qualifica
tions of totem at first elections In the
The opinion states that tho uppeal
was taken under the Hawaiian la.v re
lating to elections, and that the on'v
ground upon wllch registration was ri
fused was that the applicant bad not
resided In tho Hawaiian Islands one
year preceding tho tlmo at which l.e
offered to register.
Tho question lay between two pro
visions of tbo United States Btatutci.
Section IMA of the Uevlsed Statutes,
In the chapter entitled, "Provisions
Common to All the Territories," reads-
"Every malo citizen above the ig
of twenty-one. Including persons who
hare legally declared their Intention 10
become citizens In any Territory hcie
after organized, und who are actual
residents of biicIi Territory at the time
of the organization thereof, shall be
entitled to vote at the first election In
such Territory, nnd to hold any ornto
therein, subject, nevertheless, to the
limitations specified In the next sec
tion." Section CO of "An Act to Provide 3
(iovernment for tho Territory of Ha
"That in order to bo qualified to vote
for Representatives a person shall
"First. He a male citizen of il.o
"Second. Havo resided In tho Ter
ritory not less than ono year prccodlns
and In tbo representative district In
which ho offers to register not lest than
three, months Immediately preceding
tho tlmo at which he offers to register.
"Third. Havo attained tho age of 21
"Fourth. Prior to each regular cb
tlon, during tho tlmo prescribed lit
law for registration, hnvo caused Ills
nnmo to bo entered on tho register of
voters for representatives for his Jls
trlct. "Fifth. Ho ablo to speak, read and
wrlto tho English or Hawaiian Ian
gauge." It was contended that Section 1859 of
tho Revised Statutes was Intended to
apply to tho first election In Hawaii
and that Section CO of tho Organic Act
was Intended to apply to subsequent
Tho Court says: "Tho Organic Act
covers tho entliN) subject of elections
In Hawaii In minute detail, If thero Is
anything cleur from the wholo Act, It
Is that Congress meant to provide in
this Act all tho legislation It meant to
provide at all for the election of mem
bers of tho Territorial Legislature.
There Is nothing whatever In tho Aot
itself to Indicate that Section CO was
not intended to apply to tho first elec
tion. On tho contrary If Section 18.19
should bo held to apply, It would bo
necessary to hold that not only Section
CO of tho Organic Act, but other sec
tions, such us Section 18, which pro
vides that persons convicted of certain
criminal offenses and ccrtnln other per
sons shall neither voto nor hold office
under this government, do not apply '
tho first election, nlthnugh there Is
nothing In theno sections to so Indicate,
nnd section 101 expressly provides that
they shall tnko effect forty-live, days
nftcr their approval. Moreover, Ac
tion 30 of the Act, relatlm; to Iho num
ber of Senators, oxpressly refcre to tho
first election us If thnt ns well ns oth
ei olcttlonH wero In tho rnntemplattoii
of Congress In mnklng this lnw."
Tho Court proceeds to show how Sec
tion 1K39 may ho satisfactorily explain
ed consistently with tho vlow Just glV'
en. " Thnt section was Intended tn
provide for Territories created whero
thero was previously no local govern
ment or provision for elections and
where Congress Intended tu lenvo It
Court Upholds Ruling: of
of Ren-ltrutlon Voters
to the K-ople of the Territory to enact
tholr own election laws. The very
....... u. .u.v.n .... u. .v ... t-,
shall b such as may bo prescribed oyi
the legislative, assembly of each Ter
rltory; subject.' etc. Hawaii already
had a local gou-rnment with n system
of election laws. These laws wer
for the most part subsequently reena. t
ed by Congress In the Organic A.t
Congress did not Intend to leave It to
tho local legislature to determine tho
qualification of voters after the Prat
election nnd there was not necessity for
Its providing the qualifications for the
first election, that Is, before the local
legislature could hao an opportunity
to so provldn Itself. On account of pe
culiar conditions existing here Con
gress deemed It best to prescribe Itself
the qualifications of voters nt ill elec
tions. It would bo as reasonable to
bold tlmt Section CO of the Organic Act
was Intended to apply to the first elec
tion and thnt Section 1800 ol tho Re
vised Statutes was Intended to apply
to all subsequent elections ,ns to hold
that Section CO of tho Organic Act was
to apply to subsequent elections only
nnd Section 1839 of the Revised Si
tiites to tho first election."
As to the contention thnt Section
1859 applies here under Section Ii of the
Organic Act thnt makes all laws of
tho I'nlted Stntes, except otherwise
therein provided nnd not locally Inap
plicable, In force here ns elsewhere In
the United States.tho Court shows that
tho general law provisions In question
nis.'' excepted, at least by Implication,
"Tho Organic Act Is the later statu
te and as compared with the chapter re
ferred to In tho Revised Statutes It Is
n more particular statute. It should
As to the residence qestlon, while
"Hawaiian Islands" might have been
more appropriately Bald thun "Terri
tory" In tho placo Indicated by ap
pellant, It Is pointed out that Section
2 provides that the "Hawaiian Islands"
shall bo known as tho "Territory of
Hawaii." The terms "Hnwall." "Ha
waiian Islands" and "Territory" nie
used In tho Act Interchangeably to
some extent. It Is concluded thnt tho
clear intention was that the ycai's
resldemo prior to registration should
npply to tho Islands making up the
Territory without special reference to
tho tlmo when n territorial government
was established hero
"Th eappeal Is dismissed and tho de
rision of the Hoard of Registration re
fusing to register tho nnmo of tho ap
plicant Is affirmed." Davis & Rear for
applicant; L. Andrews, Chairman of
the Hoard, In person.
Joseph Irving'" Cohc.
Justice (Inlhralth Is author of a
unanimous opinion of tho Hupreme
Court In tho mutter of the appeal of
Joseph IrWng from the decision of the
Hoard of Registration for tho Island of
Oahu. Again the Hoard Is sustalnid
In Its refusal to register the applicant.
Mr. Irving has his fixed abode In a
loom on hoard the steamer Iwalaui,
which berths In tho sixth precinct of
Iho fourth district, and claimed the
right of registering as a resident nf
Tho Court lays down the law In '.he
"Ono who has no place of abodo ex
cept on 11 steamer engaged In tho Inter-Island
trado Is not n resident of n
particular precinct within tho mean
ing of tho election laws, although the
steamer when nt Honolulu docks at a
uhur fin such precinct and Honolulu
is her homo port."
The opinion Is based moro an author
ities from the books than original rea
soning. From thebo tho Court ndmlls
thnt a house of stonu or brick or even
of wood Is not essential to enable one
to beconio n resident of a precinct nnd
a qualified voter therein. Ho might
llvu lu a tent, lu a grass hut ur dwell
out In tho open canopied by tho 'silent
stars,' but there must bo some deflnlto
nnd permanent placo designated and
occupied In older to entitle ono to
cnltho tho same with tho rlrihts an 1
privileges surrounding tho resident o
or domlcllo of n freeman. Clearly ono
could not reside In a wagon or building
on wheels and movo tho samo from pra-
clnct to precinct nnd establish a resi
dence In any voting precinct unless his
wagon nr placo of abodo remained in
tho precinct tho length of Minn icqulied
Ono of tho authorities cited says:
ITIiu ilijtt in iifMerllilnic ttlil'ire
1 iiiallllialluii fur the ninl.oof Ih J
rlRlil n( mftrano U not tm-trlr for tli!
i tm ri w o( iilFnilfrlnit tl.ti 'otrr, nnd n'
a I'rof-ctloti nmlhft fniud but nU ,
Hint nr tliould Ixrunin In Mel n inoiii-,
lii uf f Ik., i fitnmniill J nfi. I ni. alii t.
hove a common Intrrrnt r. nil mattK.'al
I'riiatlllllA .. KUiriHHiriii. ..-..-
di-nrp upon a atramrr Ilk tlmt clnlnin.1
by tin. iiPAllanl liaa none of Ilia rhnr
actprlttlra of n flxnt or permanent
abode, within Ihi meanlnir of our cot
- tltntlon. a erilllc. n pemon t be
rrglilerpil n qi;all(lril voter. 1 fth
rontcntlon of thy aiipenllnnt In thin
caie was au.tnlnwy. 'tin n it atenmboit
I'nnipany could ,U Iho leicnl realilenre
of Ita employe w)m realiln upon It
atenmera by almply hanging tin pier
of wharf." v f , , .
Thn npponl Is illshilsned with costs.
Kinney, llallmi A McClnnahnn for
appellant' U. Andrews for Hoard of
Two report of P. Dauson Kcllett Jt.
as master on the jcrnimtj of J. Al
fred Magoon, administrator n' the es
tate of William Hrnsh .deceivd, nnd
guardian of Susan IImsii, hav liven
continued by Judge Humphrey.. One
Is dated April IC aid the other June
12 of this year. The debt due too guai
dlau was at the latter date 971.17, n
reduction of 13GI.7C since H'.'S, an I
the master sajs It coulJ ne further re
duced It the guardian collected li.tciest
on government buniU tin don $2000 cap
ital uninvested for eight und a naif
months. Tho Court approves the fith.
Cth and Tth annual accounts. The last
one shows receipts of Jl 100.5 Olu lt)9
ns against 330.23 in 1898. Mr. .Ma
goon Is required to file a new bond lu
$10,000, withdraw Iho bunds In the
hands of the Judiciary Clerk, dispose
uf them and reinvest the proceeeds lu
good security at a higher rate of in
terest. In the equity suit of Wops Hus Nam
n. Chock Sing and ''hang Sing, to
prevent defendants from Inti" feting
with plaintiff's possession of 2 ..ott!
street building. Judge Humphreys has
grunted a preliminary lnbncioii pend
ing trial of the cause.
Defendants In .Mist vs. Kewalo anJ
Castle have Hied exception 1 to Judge
Humphreys' c'.ulslon foi plaintiff.
J. A. M. Osorlo has been appointed
administrator of the ei'ntt of Joaquin
da Mottu, deceased, under $1200 bond.
Says It Is Painful
The case of Kapac , charged with
cruelty to animals, appeared lu tho Po
lice Court this forenoon. Deputy Sher
iff Chllllngwortb explained that he had
seen tho animal on account of which
Kupne had been arrested and had found
only a small sore. The driver hail been
named to bo careful, A nolle prosequi
At this point Mr. I'aln, manager -if
the Tramways Company, tho corpora
tion for which Kapao Is working, nroio
anil addressed the Court on tho recent
arrests of his men on tho chargo if
ciuclty to animals. He stated that they
wero ridiculous and painfully unneces
sary. The people who wero making tho
arrests didn't know what they were do
ing. Mr. Pain pulled out of his pocket
a 1111 or ointment wnicn no said was al
ways used In tho stables of tho Tram
ways Co. Ho then Bboned tbo Judc
the directions nnd pointed out the ne
cesslty of driving animals with galls
on their shoulders. The ointment wis
used regularly and tho animals must 00
driven In order to effect n permanent
cure. To turn out an animal with u
gun would only mean a worse sore
when It was drhen again.
Judge Wilcox said he was between
two fires. If ho did not convict a man
charged with cruelty to animals, tho
humnno officers would go running to
tho Attorney Genera! and then tho poor
judge would he blackguarded. If
thero was a conviction, then tho other
sldo would howl.
Mauna Lon' Report.
Tho Mauna Ioa came In from Maul
nnd Hawaii ports early this morning.
Purser Tuft reports as follows: Clean
ed out Honuapo nnd left 283 hags of su
gar nt Punaluu. Llttlo rain nnd smooth
weather. Thero wero 1300 hags of
sugar nt II. S. Co. and none nt P. S.
M. No rain nnd smooth weather. Tho
Mauna Ijo.i touched liottom nt Mnalnea
bay. Sho backed off without any trou
ble and, ns far as can bo learned, tho
steamer has suffered no damage.
TUB WATERMAN IDRaL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, nil shapes. I!
HECHSTHATION ROLLS ARE NOW
OPEN IN HONOLULU IT IS THE
DUTY OF EVERY REPUI1LI0AN TO
REGISTER AT ONCE
OFF BRAKES ON
The Big Island's Second
Great Railway Is As
TAKEN IN NEW YORK
Kobala and Hilo Railway Company
Stockholders Planning for Speedy
Construction of Line New
Hnwall, "tho big Island," Is going to
have Its second R'cu. railway 'light
off tho reel."
There was a meeting of stockholder
of the Kohala and Hl'.s Ita'lwuy Com
pany nt the omen of W. O. Smith, Judd
Action was taken In regard to t'.it)
completion of plans for pnce-dlng wl'.h
the construction of tho road. Tho
ii.nrtgnge to secure tho company'.
bonds to the amount of three and a
half million dollars (S3.r.00.000) which
arc to bo taken by the North American
Trust Co. of New York was app'-ncit
by tho meeting. New ofllcors wcro
erected, ns follows:
H. I), (lehr, president.
Sam. Parker, first vlco president
W. O. Ashley, second vlco president.
John S. Walker, secretary and treas
urer. J. W. Jones, auditor.
Smith, S. i:. Damon ami H. A. Wlid.-r
These with P. M. Suanzy, W. O.
form tho hoard of directors.
Surveys for the rxllwey will be com
pleted within n fow weeks, seve-.il
corps of engineers being nt work. Ma
terials nro being obtained In the Hast
und the work will ho pushed at once.
The lino Is to extend from llllo to
Mnhukonn, a distance- of 110 mllis. It
will be a modern, standard gauge tail
way complete In every detail.
Tho Jewish Day of Atonement, tho
strictest fast of tho year eommenitj
with tonight nt sunset and continues
till sunset tomorrow. Appropriate ser
vices will be held at Progress hall to
night nt C o'clock when nn address on
Vicarious Atonement" will be deliver
ed by I.. S .Mathews. Services will he
held tomorrow from 9 a. in. to C p. m.
und addresses will ho delivered by Mr.
Flower, Mr. Mathews, Mr. Levy and
other leading Israelites,
For Waul ports, ner stmr Maul (on Clau-
dlne's routet, Oct 2 at 5 p m Miss W S
Nlcoll. Miss M E Flemmlnir. Mr Joseru
and child. Mrs Pupuhl, R W McLeoJ, U
Omsted, Geo L Illeelow, Bro James, Capt
j 11 nacDerry, u w unkoii. .miss k Ha
namalkal, Miss Halemano. Misses Ruth
and Rachel Hanamalkal, J A Tuthlll, J
VC UIIIII.m. r u I' ... n.i.
1. J IT IIII.IUI3, o vlll IMUim, nil) CUOC
Wallace, Mrs E Stevenson, Enoch John
son, Miss E Kelllaa, vllss J Kelllaa, W E
Hal, H Klhara, Rev J K losepa, Dr C F
RliiKaman, Miss L Joshua and L W P
Tho Mauna Loa from Maul and
Hawaii ports this morning brought tho
following cargo: 10,230 bags sugir,
39 bags coffee, C3 hdls bananas, 31 kegt
butter, 33 hdls hides, T hdls tobacco,
C hogs nnd 331 pkgs sundries.
Oroat sale of boots and shoes at 5
cents on tho dollar at L. D. Kerr &
Co.'s shoe house, corner of Fort anJ
Foot Wear I
rro o o
We carry only the best line of
FOOT WEAR Manufactured.
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