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HONOLULU. TKRRITOHY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, DKOKMHKR 13. 100.
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Alexander & Baldwin to
Receive the First
COMPOSED OF ONE N
The Hawaiian Planters' Association
' Suspend Negro Recruiting Efforts
to Await Result of Porto Rican
Negro labor from the Southern
States Is almost certain to materialize
In Hawaii early tbo coming year.
:The first contingent will come to
Alexander & Baldwin for their planting
enterprises. It Is expected to consist
of one hundred families, and depart
from their happy homes In Dixie on
oj- nbout December 10 Instant.
t Alexander & Ilaldwln have a labor
agency at Montgomery, Alabama. Tha
Hawaiian Planters' Association have
one. In which the Hawaiian Commer
cial & Sugar Co. has on Interest, nt
Nashville, Tenn. Charles M. Cooke
said this morning that thero was at
t present a suspension of effort, on the
pirt of the Association, to get negro
labor from tho South. "We are wait
ing to see how those Porto Illcans on
tho way here will pan out."
Jas. H. Castle, who spoke for Alex
ander & Ilaldwln, admitted that It wns
not the easiest matter to obtain tha
class of negro labor desired from tho
Southern States. "Tho darky Is a
great home-lover," he said as one Item
of difficulty. "There are two men here
now Investigating the conditions, and
much will depend upon tho report the;
One of these representatives of tha
Southern negroes Is Hov. John Henry
Cook, and he Is reported as being en
thusiastically In favor of finding
homes for his people In the Hawaiian
Donnelly Will Co Away.
U. W. Donnelly appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on tho chargo
of being a vagrant. Ho pleaded guilty
to the charge and sentence was sus
pended for two weeks by Judge Wilcox
to give the defendant a chanco to got
out 'of tho Territory. On Tuesday
night last. Donnelly was caught red
handed on the premises of George
'shavv, Honuakahu, of tho Department
"of Public Instruction, with a big axe
In his hand. Ho was seen to go fron
the premises of Hugo Kawelo to that
of George Shaw and was dowdy watch
ed by one of the women on the premi
ses of the latter. A couple of mounted
patrolmen happened to bo passing by at
the time and they wero summoned. It
did not take long to capture the prowl
r. i Police Court Notch.
The following cases were disposed of
In the Pollco Court this forenoon:
Eight Chinese gamblers, cases post
poned until tomorrowforenoon; Yong
Kcc, unlawful possession, of opium,
reprimanded and discharged; Kahelc,
malicious Injury, committed to tin
M Circuit Court for trial; Kanuha, coni-
Tnon nuisance, reprimanded nnu uis-
a iintntv niece, of lacnuerwaro or
some odd-loklng Japanese curio would
make an excellent Christmas present.
For salo by Iwakaml, Hotel street.
If you wish your
at a fair market price,
list it with-us. We
can sell it for you if it
is saleable and rea
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Tel. Main 69. Judd Building.
SHUT OFF THE DRINKS
SCHEME OF W.CT.U. LADIES
FOR ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC
If Carried Out Our Delegate Wilcox
Could't Get a Drink in Wash-
ington Tis Likely
Washington, Deo. 6. A delegation of
ladles of tbo W, C T. U. now In ses
sion In Washington and others inter
ested In temperance was given a hear
ing by the House Committee on Insu
lar Affairs, In advocacy of Representa
tive Uttlefleld'a bill prohibiting the
sale of liquor, opium and Intoxicants
to aboriginal tribes and natvc races of
the Pacific Islands The ladles an
nounced to speak were Mrs. Stevens,
president of tho W. C. T. U.; Mrs. Mary
Upham, of Wisconsin; Messrs. Scoval
of Minnesota; Mrs. Rounds of Illinois,
Mrs. Oullck nnd Misses Leech nnJ
Drclim. J. W. Cummlngs of New York,
of the National Temperance Society,
was also present. Mr. Ltttleficld ex
plained his bill and urged the necessity
of adequate legislation to prevent tho
spread of drinking In the Philippine,
Hnwall and other Pactflc Island.
Misses Leech, Drchm and others wuic
heard along similar lines. It was point
ed out by" members of the committee
that tho mcasuro was rather broad,
specifying that If 'any American citi
zen sells to nn aboriginal native," etc.
It was stated that this would apply to
Delegate Wilcox of Hawaii when he
came to Washington, as he Is a native,
Tho committee took tho measure un
nob i a sikihi
Tho packers on board the transport
Aztec are up In nrms owing to an edl'.t
sent forth by Quartermaster Orahaui
to the effect that they must whitewash
the quarters occupied by the 400 sud
odd mules on the way to Manila.
The men contend that they wero all
engaged as expert packers and say thai
the government did not bring them
from Texas, Arizona and New Mexico
to mako painters out of them; so they
walked out In a body this mornlns.
positively refusing to do the work.
Lieut. Graham promptly called upen
the men to turn to or be discharged.
The quartermaster Is quoted by somo
of them as saying that he has thirty
men to take their places.
Tho packers on the Aztec are not
men who ore likely to let anyone clss
take their places, as they all say
they quit four dollar a day jogs In tho
States In order to gratify their love for
The general Impression along tlid
wate front Is that the men aro In the
right and should not bo compelled to
do tho work. When Interviewed this
morning by the liulletln rcportc",
Lieut. Graham denied that thero had
been any trouble and called tho scribe's
attention to tho fact that tho work Is
being done. The fact of the matter Is
that four or flvo men wero doing the
work and tho balance of the pnekura
wero nshoro taking In .tho sights. Just
how tho matter will end remains to be
Cost ol Government,
Washington, Dec. C. The secrc
tnry of tho treasury today sent to con
gress tho annual estimates of tho ex
penses of tho government for tho com
ing yenr. They nggrcgoto $020,741,
70., a slight decrease from tho total
estimate of last' year. Tho appropria
tions for tho present yenr aro $581,
055,302. Tno estimates cover overy
branch of tho government service Tho
wnr department estlmnto Is $17r.,CrS,
345, nnd tho navy department $88,981,
308. Offered to Bpooner.
WnsTilngton, Dec, 5. President
McKlnloy has offored tho portfolio nf
nttornoy general to Senator Spooner
of Wisconsin. Mr. Spooner hns tho of
fer' under consideration, but may uo
cline on account of tho 111 health of his
Senator John C. Spooner Is ono of
tho leading statesmen of tho Wolver
ine Stnto. Ho la n votoran of tho clll
wnr nnd has served In tho United
States Benato nt Intervals slnco 1885.
Home Rule Party
Will Forge Ahead
The Independents, having heard
from the Republicans regarding their
stand on the municipal charter matter,
have decided to go on by themselves
and appoint on their committee th9
men who aro to have a hand In the
framing of tholr charter for presents'
tlon to tho Legislature. James K. Kau
H4, chairman of the Hxecutlvo com
mlttco of tho Homo Hule party said to
day: "Wu gao each of tho Republican and
Democratic parties a chnnco to Join
with us In the framing of a charter.
The Republicans have come out
against our proposition of concerted
Tho Democrats have held no meeting
yet and hno pissed no resolutions
bearing on our proposition, Mr. Mc
Carthy, chairman of the Democratic
Executive committee, has written to
me to the effect that we had better go
nn by ourselves but I know that some
of the most Important men In the party
aro against this. They want to Jo'.'i
with us. i
"However, we have had enough
watting. The Legislature meets socn
and wo mean to have our charter ready
for presentation at the proper time."
MARCONI SYSTEM HAS
ANOTHER PRACTICAL TEST
Working Between Vessel and Land
One Message Sent Ninety
Miles Over Land and
Washington, Dec. 5. Consul rtooc
velt nt Ilrussels reports to the Sta'.e
Department that n station has been
established at La Panne, Ilclglum, fur
the exchange of wireless telegraphic
messages between Dclgtum and 13n
gland. La Panne was selected on account of
Its being the point of Uelglum nearest
tho Kngllsh coast. A mast of tho Mar
coni system, thirty feet high, was
erected there. Tho Dovcr-Ostend ma'l
boat Princess Clementine was Attn I
up with temporary apparatus for use
In experimental trials. An additional
mast was afllxed to the foremast of thu
vessel, Increasing Its original helg'it
about sixty feet. From that cxtrcml'y
the telegraphic waves are projected
toward each coast. A special room ha
been fitted up on the steamer for tha
Instruments and from that room tho
cable is carried to the top of the ex
tended mast. It Is confidently expect'
cd to maintain communication between
ship nnd shore for nt least thirty mllci,
which Is nbout half way across. With
stations nt La Panne and Dover those
on board the vessel wlll.liaable to kc
In touch with the land during the en
tire trip across. Recent experiments
showed that replies arrived with tho
same regularity and celerity as ordin
ary tolegrams. When about forty
miles from Ostend the captain was able
to telegraph the stations master at Os
tend tho probable hour of his arrival.
Various telegrams were sent from the
vessel to Ostend, Brussels, Dover and
London, and the reception of each
message was acknowledged promptly.
Subsequently, tho Consul adds, A
messago was sent from the vessel to
the station nt Dover Court, I3ssex, a
distance of nearly ninety miles, In
cluding many miles of cliffs and sea.
ATTORNUY TO W V91IISG TON.
The Chlncso who met in the hall of
the Chlneso United Society last night
have not )Ct decided on an attorney to
represent them In tho citizenship mat
ter, but It Is understood thnt ho choice
lies between A. O. M, Hobertson mid
A. S. Hartwell. It Is the Intention of
tlin fHiliinninn ittKy- nsiii a til nt Ilinmonll'C u
citizens of the United States In tho
icrruury ui iiunmi, iu uute men ivf
resentatlto appeal first to the Secre
tary of tho Treasury nnd to ask him
to change, his ruling. If he refuses to
do this, tho matter will be taken di
rectly to tho Supremo Court for n deci
sion.' This will of courso necessitate
tho presence In Washington of the at
torney for tho Chinese. It Is estimat
ed thnt the sum of J3000 will ba neces
sary to carry the undertaking througn.
Tho Chinese concerned In the mntttcr
will contribute money In proportion to
tho size of their pocket books.
Manley'H New Job
Washington, Dec. 0. Joseph 11.
Mnnley of .Maine, who has been offer
ed tho position oi roinmUsloner of In
ternal roenuo In plneo of Georgo W.
Wilson, deconsed, will no In kinshltiK
ton next Saturday, when It Is expected
no will ncrepi mo appointment.
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL PROVIDES, FOR
O Washington, Dec. 4. The principal provisions of tho ship subsidy O
O bill are: Subsidies to American vessels In foreign trade, based on O
O gross tonnage of ships nnd mileage, O
O American vessels already built are subsidized for ten years, ves- O
O sels to bo hereafter built for twenty eors. O
O Maximum subsidy payable In any one )car Is $9,000,000; at present O
O time expenditure would 'bo about $1,1100,000 a year, O
O Uniform subsidy to all American vessels of 1!6 cents gross ton for O
O each 100 nautical miles not exceeding 1G0O mllei sailed outward O
O bound. Tho same rate for each 100 miles not exceeding 1S0O Balled O
O homeward bound, and 1 cent gross tone for each additional 100 nau- O
O tlcal miles sailed on each entry, not exceeding sixteen In any twclvo O
O consecutive months. O
O Special rates tu faster steamships, graded according to their speed. O
O A ten-knot ship with mileage of -12,000 per annum would earn 18,- O
O 300, fifteen-knot, ship with mllcago of 63,000 miles per annum would O
O earn $141,750, twenty-one knot ship with mllcago of 83,200 miles per O
O annum would earn $304,280. O
O Admits to American registry nil foreign steamships owned by O
O Americans on January 1, 1900. an I entitles such steamships to half O
O BUbsIdlcB. All vessels receiving subsidy are requited to carry ocean O
O malls of the United States freo of charge und may be Impressed as O
O auxiliary cruisers or transports. O
OOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOOO
TO BE ID
With Selected List
SOME BUSINESS BLOCKS
IN ORDER OF PRECEDENCE
Objections to Acceptance of Sewers as
as Completed Are Answered by
the Superintendent of Pub
The Public Works Department
makes the announcement today thul
the Bcwcr It now ready to bo connected
with those buildings and other placo
that have been approved by the Hoar. I
of Health. A list of these may be seen
at tho olfkc of the Superintendent of
Public Works. Thero are thirty-one
nanus, these Including somo of the
saloons and business houses of the cits
ns well as the stores of Chinamen on
some of tho main thoroughfares of the
This list Is only a Btartcr and In It
arc Included tle places most In need ol
sewer connection. Later on, additional
lists will bo prepared and submitted
to the Superintendent of Public Works.
Connections are allowed none too
soon for tho exchequers of some pio
prlctors. D. L. Akwal has for soma
time been at an expense of $80 a mon'h
for removing sewage from bis premises
near the Chinese planing mill. Anoth
er Chinaman has been put to nearly ns
much expense for similar service.
Superintendent MiCandless was told
by a liulletln reporter of strong oo
jectlons beard on tha outsldo to tho ac
ceptancc of the sowers while leaking
beyond the specified maximum.
"Why, In some of the large cltleB on
tho Mainland," 'Mr. McCuwlless re
plied, "sewers aro accepted with ii
leakage of ten per cent, whereas tho
leakage In our sewers Is less than tlnee
per cent and besides Is decreasing."
He admitted that the leakage was
considerably greater than the maxi
mum beyond which the Government
had reserved tho right of non-acceptance
of the works. Yet, with the pra;
tlco In tho States and considering the
urgent necessities of making a start In
the Bstem, ho felt It was safe to be
gin making tho house concctlons.
As to another objection menttond,
the Bulletin has It from a chll engin
eer ono Indeed with a grievance of his
own against the Gov eminent ns well
as from Mr. McCandlcss, that connec
tions with tho sewers aro feasible be
fore the outfall works aro completed.
It Is only necessary to allow tho sump
to fill up, then suspend construction
works while tho contents are belli,;
pumped out with tho ebb tide.
Ellt6ipriS6 Mill GO.
Is Leased Today
Papers leasing the Enterprise mill
and the grounds upon which It standi
for a number of years, will, If foutul
satisfactory, be signed by Peter High,
the mill manager, this afternoon.
Manager High had the following to
say to a liulletln reporter this morr.
lng: "It Is my Intention to leao Hono
lulu for the States noxt summer. I
shall return after long and continue
In tho building business.
"As far ns tha milling business Is
concerned, I Intend to go out of that
for good. Tho Enterprise Mill Co.
has much other pioperty besides the
mill and the property upon which It
stands and may start on something
else. As to that, I can say nothing nt
the present time. "'
KFTURIKi TO CHINJi
YOUNG STANFORI ENGINEER
WAS IN TIENTSIN SIEGE
The Celestial Empire Not Favorable to
Ordinary Business Adventure
Boxers Had at Least an
Mr. and Mrs. II. C, HoovcrrCsted at
the Hawaiian hotel on their Journey to
Shanghai by the Nippon Marti. Mr.
Hoover Is a quite recent graduate of
Stanford's engineering department and
Is engaged, In coal mine development In
China. He went through tho terrible
slego of Tien Tsln last summer nnd
yet said to a liulletln reporter last
night that he was not afraid to return
to the disquieted empire. Howcvp.
he added that he Bhoulld not venture
ten miles away from the railway.
There Is excellent coal both bitumin
ous and anthracite In that district. Mr.
Hoover would give the very same ad
vice as was recently offered by n magi
zlne writer to persons hnvlng n notion
of tempting fortune In the Flower
Kingdom. It would not be wise for P
young man, however well equipped for
the battle of life, to go there on sncci,
Intlon fJr n Job. The foreign stores arc
nil wholesale which, when they need a
man In any department, send home for
the kind of man they want Thero
may be, say, half a dozen white men
In ihnrgo'of departments, nnd for tho
rest two or threo hundred Chinese.
Possibly a few retail grocery stores
might find nn opening nt Tien Tsln or
such nnothcr city.
Mr. Hoocr smiled at tho remnrrf
that the uprising of Boxers was not
much to be wondered nt after all. con
sidering all tho talk of partitioning
their country among the lnnd-hungiy
Uuropenn powers. He said thnt cer-
tnlnly there was considerable argument
on both sides.
A big luau, commencing promptly at
2 o'clock, wns given in the drill shd
yesterday afternoon ns a part of (he
celebration of the fiftieth anniversary
of the establishment of the Mormon re
ligion In these Islands.
The tables, running tho length of the
hall, were covered with the dishes tint
go to make up a first class luau and a
large corps of native ladles attended
to tho wants of the guests who num
bered up in the hundreds. The feasting
wns kept up throughout tho afternoon
Geo. Q. Cannon nnd tho other Mormon
visitors, wero guests of honor.
In tho evening, there was another
meeting nt tho Orphcum. Tho flru
part of tho program was devoted en
tirely to music. The second part con
sisted In a stercoptlcon show of vlcwa
of Utah, Hawaii and other Islands of
the Pacific, as well as comic scenes.
The third meeting took place in tha
Orphcum this morning. Tho first mm
her on the program was the singing of
tho hymn "How firm n foundation."
by tho combined choirs. Following
this wns the opening prayer nnd the
"Hallelejali Chorus" by tho I.ale choir.
W. W. Cluff gavo an Introductory
speech on behalf of tho- visitors from
Utah and then came n selection by
sextet and an organ solo by Mattla
Mesrs. Cannon, Hldrcdgo nnd Hush
each said n few words of encourage
ment. Mr. Cannon emphasized the
need of faith In tho Gospel and again
gavo out tho fact that tho prophecies
ho mado when first here, had como
A trio by Mattto Hush, Clms. C, Ilns.i
and Pred Ileesloy nnd a bass Bolo by
Samuelo- lata was followed by an ex
temporaneous speech on tho part of
Abraham Fernandez. A duet and an
anthem, completed tho program.
Tho fourth meeting Is taking place
at tho Orphcum this afternoon, Tho
fifth and Inst meeting of the Jublleo
will bo held nt tho same placo this
The following persons hnvo secured
pasage on the Zealandla which leaven
tomorrow at 4 o'clock:
W. H. Ilock, F. T. Darlow and wife,
John Derrlg nnd wife, II. II. Gehr nnd
child, August Drelcr, wife nnd child,
J. II, Sykes. B. M. Qulnn. Capt. Fill
more, Geo. Toombs, J, C. Good ani
wlfo, Mrs. H. T, Krouso nnd daughter,
Mrs. Hdward C. Drown, Miss J. Cook,
Jos. H. AgasBlz, Ilev. J, C. Hay, Wm,
Fink, r. U Hoogs, Mr. and Mrs. Fit-
ser. A. A. Young, N. H. Williams,
Judge It. J, Tobln, Miss Cooper, Mrs.
Gasklll. 13. J. Wnlker nnd wife, Wm
Haywood, wife, two children nn I
nurse, C. I.eonordt. H. McK. Harrison,
13. J. Waterman, C. S. Desky. M'as
Glynn, Miss V. Ilalllnger, .1. CnrslU.
Cnrl Cooper, J. P. McCoy, S. Iloxlo
Clark nnd wife, Capt. Ahlborn, wlfo
HAS C. S. OKKY
Pacific Heights Yields
IT IS NOT WATER BUT
OIL MR. DESKY ASSERTS
Brown and Viscid Liquid Oozing Out
of the Ground First Observed
After Recent Kona
Oil Is flowing on tho middle slopo of
Pacific Heights. Such Is the sensation
al revelation made to people downtown
at noon today by Charles S. Desky.
The phenomenon was first observed
Just after tho recent kona storm. It
was not an accidental discovery In well
boring, fur no wells aro needed In Mr
Desk j 's elevated suburban nddltlon, A
strange liquid was simply noticed ooz
ing from tho ground.
Mr, Desky was pleading with John A
McCandtess, Superintendent of Publl
Works, to go up this afternoon mil
examine tho emission as n former oil
well expert. Mr. McCandtess said
,'Oh, sulphur would cause that condi
tion of tbo water."
"Hut It Is not water," Mr. Desky ie
Joined, "It is oil."
lie described It ns n brown, vlsciJ
liquid, but said he had nttempted no
test of Its properties net even tho sim
ple ono of applying a match to tho Mow.
Some bystanders who heard Mr.
Dcsky's report of tho startling discov
ery warned him of the consequences of
developing n revival of volcanic nctlvi
ty In the extinct crntcrs looming over
nl'rls, Dec. 4. General Mcrcler
caused n deep sensation In the senate.
today during tho delate on tho naval
bill by pointing out tho ease with
which Knglnnd could bu Invaded.
Ho demanded thnt tho government
Introluce Into nio plans for tho mobil
ization uf tho army nnd navy methods
for tho rapid embarkation and debark
ation of nn expeditionary corps. Tho
president. M. Knlllcres, Intervened, de
claring that such proposals wero out
In tho courso of a ncxtrnordlnary
speech General Mcrcler snld:
"In view of tno possibility of wnr
with Great Hrltnln, tho ule of tho army
Is not sulllclently taken into nccount.
The times nro not tho snmo as they
weni a hundred years ago. Steam, tho
nnvy, the tolegrnph nnd railroad hnvo
rendered tho problem of tho Invasion
of Knglnnd much easier of solution.
Moreover, England Itself Is no longer
the snmo. Tho Transvaal haB shown
thnt tho Urltlsh nrmy, although brave.
Is not equal to the task wrleh Hnglnnd
exported It to perform. Tho Hrltlsh
navy. Is powerful, but It hns many
coasts to defend.
"Krnnce, therefore. Is numerically
l.ngland's equal nt certain points, nnd
Is oven her superior In tho Instru
ments of destruction. History fur
nishes many Instances of mutiny In
tho Kngllsh navy nt tho moment of
bnttlo. A landing in Ihiglnnd, there
tore. Is not beyond realization
"This Is not only my opinion but
that also of high naval officers. The
Hrltlsh premier rocontly expressed
significant fears, nnd If tho principle
of landing Is ndraltted, tho practical I nnd of the very finest.
means or execution mny bo decided.
"I venutro to think thnt tho woik
I prepared whllo commanding nn nrmy
rorps could servo ns a basis for such n
project, which would not bo expen
sive." At this point protests wero raised
nnd m. rnllleres asked General Mor-
cler not to enter Into tho detnlls of
General Mcrcler replied that tho
scheme rould bo "hold over tho held
of I'.ugland llko tho sword of Damo
cles," nnd ho proposed a resolution
thnt tho senntn should nvlto tho gov
ernment to complete immediately tho
plans for mobilization of tho nrmy and
navy uy preparing everything neev1
siiry 10 emimrK anu aiscmunrK ns rap
idly nn poBsioio nu oxpeuitlonnry
Protests wero raised from soveral
benches and M. do I-enasBan, minister
of mnrino, followed tho .president's
ruling thnt tno motion wns out of or
der In tho present dobato bv declnrlnn
nmiu cnecrs tnnt tno government could
not possibly nccopt it.
New York, Dec. 4. John Arm
strong Chnndler, first husband of Amc
Ho Riven, In reported to hnvo oscnped
today from lllonmlngdnlo. Chanter,
who had been In tho asylum moro than
n yenr, wns regarded nB n quiet, Inof
fenslvo patient nnd allowed nn unusual
amount of liberty.
A complete now stock of shoes has
been received nt U H. Kerr & Co.'s
ehoe store, corner Fort nnd Hotel
ttrects nnd will bo sold nt tho merest
slaving of profits.
T1II3 WATI3UMAN IDI3AL- FOUN
TAIN PI3K. All sizes, all shapes. II
Rapid Transit Tracks
of Wilder Avenue
Below the Orii
Some people will remetalj
of the etrllcst causes uf frlq
the Government nnd
Trntmvas Co. nas related
of streets. Out In Ueretanbij
company was required to" i
tracks several Inches after 1
well laid, because the Gov
given the company an Inc
at the outset.
Tho way grades werel
elsewhere In the city may J
nn body who observes
water abound In the prln
after rainstorms until
by evaporation and scepag
Now there has been a nt
en the Hapld TrnuBlt Cd
avenue, a thoroughfare bu
old, so that tho top of
being laid fall eight of
below tho originally est
face. In consequence
tlon tho Water Works bun;
to take up and relay the J
ccntly laid In the avenue
cred grade brings tho p4
What loss nnd vexntfj
bungling of Honolulu I
caused and will yet cAh
owners of propcty1 from!
shlftlngly prescribed lei
Imagined. How much ma
sort of thing the pi
can be left to the prop
tleth ceutifry happenings!
In the estlmXrfes for t
for the coming fUcrt-yeas
congress urine secnim?
ury. there Is an Item of;
Marino Hospital building
A hospital at that flguri
cr slopes of Punchbowl
splcuous architectural a
city, visible from all
eastern and southeastern!
out at sea. As tho Dulled
cd, on tho Information
nt tho office of the Ma
Service, the site Is dctern
tho Federal reservation I
tho upper slopes.
Another Item that ml
money to be put Into
for labor Is that of $107,.'!
Tho Hawaiian llghtho
ment has $25,000 asked
cHsldes the foregoing
proprlatlons. the Govern
an Item of $300,000
bor Improvements to '
Hlvcrs nnd Harbors
estimate of tho requlren
by Governor Dole and
with detailed plans,
request from tho Fedorq
for nstntcment of ncedo
In the Territory.
Special attention Is cat
piny of toys and Xmas I
Kerr & Cos. A full 11
We have Enough Tie
Ladies of lied
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