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TWENTY BRILLIANT ACTS.
Wv-; . .FOR SWEET CHARITY
Firms 'That Are to Take Part in the
Continuance Performance at
the Opera HAise
The committee on program (or the
Hoys' Ilrlgade Advertising Tourney, to
to given In tho Hawaiian Opera House,
Saturday evening, May 25 bave con
cluded their labors. The result Is a
program In the nature ot a continuous
vaudeville performance that will last
two toiiis, The right Is reserved to
change the older If exigency should
nrlso. Thl mnslcnl numbers have been
distributed throughout and anvcyo has
been kept out to prevent all the heavy
stage ttlng from coming In a bunch,
Fome of the firms nro going to great
xpen" in securing special scenery and
stnge settings. The carpenter will be
oorwofUed on the night of the per
formance and has arranged for a doubis.
shift qf helpers.
Aff now slated, the Evening Bulletin
-will start thy ball rolling. 'What It will
do, the dramatic reporter has been
unable to discover. It will probably be
r.n agreeablo curtain rnlser.
The Union Feed Company will pc
rupy the nett four minutes with n
icnllstto Imitation of how "tho mnri
killed himself eating straw." The
manjvslded manager ofitho firm will
shm hox novelty may be produced
fmm the most commonplace.
K. O. Hall & Son cnrry'on their stall
a large number of talented' artists,
who arc working on n,four minute skit
that win startle and. -,fleetrlf Tht
settings will be brilliant.
The Pacific Mutual Ihsbranc'e Com
pany, represented by C. J. Hutchlns,
will hold the stage for four full min
utes. In Insurance circles.'' It Is ex
pectedjhat the "Hub of the Paclnc"
-will bj- utilized to entertain. ns well at
J.mvls & Co.-nre spending a lot of
money In perfecting their advertising
feature of the show. They said at the
start, "If we can't do the thing In elo'
gant style, we will not do It nt nil,"
Their four minutes will bo devoted to
exploiting one of the most attractive
lines of thelr'goods.
The Rergstrom Music Company ln
especial facilities for producing an act
Ir' which music will predominate.
Whether the scene will bo enllvcncdby
lilano music or "by a Jcwsharp chorus
has not been, disclosed. , u
Fred Wn'tcrhouse Is an enthusiast on
the subject of Nntlonnl Cash Resistors
He will exhibit some of his own Im
provements, showing In a remarknble'
way, how ho has managed to transfer
human Intelligence from the brain to
nlckle plated finger bars and secret
The Hawaiian Oazette will do a four
minute act. The nature of this spe
cialty Is locked In tho secret breast of
the sporting editor. Ml that Is known
m tho outside Is that talent from every
department will bo In evidence on the
stage. Perhaps It's a minstrel show.
Uruee Wnrlng & Co. will put on on
n' the mo't original specialties of th
evening They nr.e not counting the
cost and will win applause and valua
Davey, tho photographer will maks
n picturesque display ren living pic
Phillips & Co. will do a turn, which
translated means, "A plain talk to
Ilnlley's Honolulu Cyclery will pro
duce a novelty. It seems thls'nrm'hos.
a plumbing department In which the
Journeymen have not gone on a strike.
We wis h to anno ince to the
rubll." tha by th tcrnnof
a ioitract Just signed, the
ELCTBIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
Will he I mm dlaVIv extend' d
" -.f II.Re JH, fnllow
i in: line or iur main b.ul
evord. Con'tructlon w II begin AT
ONCE,anJ the roil will be
in operation within fojr
months, giving a zo-
CASTLE & LANSDALE
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An object leiaonVlil be enaoW upon
tho stage. ,t 1
' The California Feed Cftnpany will, do
a trick In, pointing things. The artist
ls,wnhout n peer. , .
The Pacific 'Ha'rdwaro "Company nai
found a olare to utilise the musical
talents' of ItsVmplojresJ Hitherto, these
nave ueen unavaiMiDie assets, iiuies,
unrita Mnri rrnitlttnn nt th iflmn will im
frlctly'ouoy n nikkVu jl"
v. w. uiinona is an om nana on me
stage., He will bo. at, home before the
footlights May 25. and 'while his plans
nro yet a mystery, It Is'expcctcd he will
draw threo encores at least. '
Whitney, & Marsh will do four min
utes acting on the stage and conclude
the performance at their store on Fort
ftreet Something spectncular.
T. H?Iobron will be home from the
Coa'at In time to devoto four minutes
to "demonstrating the merits of you
know. He Is an original advertiser.
The Hawallan'Electrlc Company will
Introduce new stage novelties with
electric accessories. This act will bo
a dazzler If the dynamo doesn't stop.
Pearson & Potter will Illustrate by
pantomime some of the most crying
needs of the hour.
The final net will be by II. H. Kerr
A. Co. They promise to eomo under
the wire with a magnificent burst of
Tho committee In charge will crack
chestnuts In the presence of tho audi
ence, while the1 curtain Is down between
J. If. BOYD TO REORGANIZE
WORK OF DEPARTMENT
Will Depend on Assistant Superin
tendent Campbell to Carry Out
Good Business Ideas Through
Superintendent of Publl: Works J,
II. Boyd has .already- juillned a cto
prchenslve reorganization of the work
ing plan of his department which will
greatly add to the efficiency of tho pub
tin Rprvlpp. fr. rtnvil Telt tht hn hm
'secured good timber In his subordin
ates and that the next utep ta to mako
Ihe fullest possible t: of it.
For the realization o his Ideas ot
administration of the department Mr.
Hoyd will rely chiefly ti.ion Marston
Campbell, his assistant nfter June 1.
Mr. Cftmpbell will have his olllce in tho
basement of the Capitol m at present
occupied by Mr. Rowdil. The count
less details of booklccplu,:, letter
writing and other office routine will
be shifted to the main office where they
will be looked after by tho force dlrerN
ly under Superlntcndnt Hoyd. This
will leave Mr. Campbell cm! it staff of
draughtsmen In the lower oltke. He
will bo relieved of praeticull" all officn
cares. Tho work mapped out for Camp
bell will make htm the respon.-.'blo out
side superintendent of nil work In
progress In tho Territory. He will
njjt only see, that nil construction gocil
on properly, but will Inirect and re
port on public works ot all kinds at any
,ind all times. He will mako trips to
tho other Islands. His reports will
keep the Superintendent in touch with
conditions and needs la every 'district.
It Is by these methods that It is hoped
to Increase the efficiency of tho depart
ment. There will bo slmllnr principles In
ieclco Into the management of the
F.oad Supervisor's office. Mr. I.loyd
will ')e riven two assistants. One of
thesj v. Ill displace a liaa, es n: present
f rr.au 7td. Those assistants will hV lo
direct control of all v,ork ccnduelcd
In the road department. The district Is
so large that Mr. Hoyd figures It will
be rnoncy saved to 'have the workmen
under closer direction.' The aid of
two assistants In the road department
will give Supervisor Llod more tlm
to attend to the discharge of tho ten
cral duties of ills office.
. RUMOR RUN DOWN
The rumor was current on tho tttvcU
this forenoon that Manager Ooodale
, of the Walalua plantation had resigned. ' EtVPntn to fourth c)a8S nnil raUt.,, from
Inquiry nt the offices of Ca-tle &.Coi,.i, , m m of D8trlct MBgis
:by ;t. .Bulletin, reporter elicited 'tho In- JJ, Walanae. 7thttlass, $800. V1
formation that there wn not n particle
if truth in tfte rumor. Treasurer Ho
wen and Secretary E. D Tcnney both
characterized the report ns a crub uio,'c
canard, stating that tho relntions be
tween the directors nnd the manager
wore most pleasant and mutually
ngreenble In every respect-
PUNAHOA LAND CO., Ltd.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
today with the Treasurer by tho Puna -
hoa Land Company, Limited. Tim In
corporators nro Henry M. Lyman, Da
vid ll. Lyman nnd Francis O. Lymrn
residing In Chicago, 111.; Frederick S.
Lyman, Uufus A. Lyman, Levi C. Ly
man nnd Henry J, Lymnn, of Hllo, nnd
Hmrna L. Wilcox of Llhue. Tho prin
cipal plnco of business of tho com
pany Is nt Ullo and the caplttl stock Is
$1200, divided Into CO shares of $20
e.'Ph par vuliie. Tho option Is reserved
tc Increase tho capital to $110,000.
Tho Incorporation runa for a period
of fifty yenis. Its purposes nro to ac
quit o nnd dlsposo of lands and to cn
gagt In stock ranching.
Tho ofllcers nio Unfits A. Lyman,
president; Henry J, Lymnn, secretary;
Frederick J. Lyman, tirnfcurer.
nt j ?i
Fifty Items--in Appro
NEARLY ALL THESE PaSS
AS IN ORIGINAL BILL
Kau Will Have Only One District
Magistrate-House Bill No. 1
Passes Senate in First
The Senate got a move on Itself this
forenoon, tho like of which hnd not
been seen since Dr. Russet's dispensary
bill was railroaded through to its
death. Tho Senators took hold of the
Appropriation bill and rushed through
fifty items under the Judlclaty De
partment with such rapidity that! V.ien
the noon hour struck and a mrt'on to
adjourn was made, they stared a' each
other nghast. The thing could hardly
be believed. ,
When tho Senate met today, the clerk
rend House bill 1, nn Act to appropri
ate money for the purpose of defraying
the expenses of the extra session ntid
the unpaid 'hills of tho regular s-sslpn
of the Legislature of the Territory of
Hawaii of the year 1901 from the
lie Treasury. Tho bill passed first I
reading anil seconn reading was sci rot
tomorrow. According to this, the mon
ey will probably bo forthcoming on Fri
day or Saturday.
Tho Appropriation bill was then a?
nnunced under the head of unnnlshcl
On motion of Mr. Kanuhn. the Item
"Pay of Messengers, 3 nt $1200. $2100."
wnvreconsldercd. It was Then dlvld
ed'lnto two scparate'iteaa.as follows:
1. Pay of morngefs, 2 at $,200 $2.
2; Pay of messenger nnd librarian.
11.440. f '""
Mr. Kanuha explained that ho had
suggested this because one of the mes
sengers had been in offlco for many
years a$d that he had proved sc5 ofTl
f lent not only ns n messenger but as a
man thoroughly conversunt with tho 11
brnry, that It was no more than nttln?
that his salary should be Increased.
Tho other Items were then tnken up
nndi passed as follows:
Pay of Interpreters in.all.wmru not
specially provided for, $3,000.
Salary of first clerk. First Circuit.
Salary of second clek First Circuit,
$3,000. 1" ",
Salary of third clerk, First Circuit,
Salary of fourth, clerk First circuit.
An attempt was rnaili to strlko out
this laBt Item but It did not work.
Salary of stenograph irs, $9,C00. This
Item was amended to read "threp" sten
ographers at $9,000.
Salary of District Magistrate, Hono
lulu, 1st class, $u.00O.
Salary of Hawaiian Interpreters, $C,
409. Salary of Chinese interpreter and
Salary of Japanese Interpreter and
Salary of Portuguese interpreter and
Salary of clerk nnd Interpreter, Ho
nolulu District Court, ' $2,400. This
Item was first reduced' to $2,000 and
then raised again to the sum men
tioned in the bill.
Salary of Second District Magistrate,
second class (Lyle A, Dickey), $2,880,
reduced to $2,400.
Snlary of second clerk and Interpre
ter, Honolulu District Court, $1,800.
Salaries of District Magistrates, Ewa.
fourth class, $1,C80; Koolaupoko, fith
class, $1,000; Koolaiiloa, 7th c!ush, $800.
The salary of the District Magistrate
or wniaiua was cnangcu irom tno
Salary of clerk, Second Circuit, $!,
Salaries of District Magistrates, Lit-
j halna. third class, $2,200; Walluku. $2,-
880; Makawao, third class, $2,203;
Hnnn, fourth class, $1,080 (passed at
$1,200); Klpahulu, eighth class. $C00;
Honuaula. soventh clans, $800; Mnloknl,
sixth class. $1,000; Lannl, eighth class,
Salary of clerk, Third Circuit, $!.-
800 (passed nt $1,200).
1 Salaries District Magistrates North
Kohnla, third class. $2,200; South Ko
hala, sixth class. $1,000; North Knna,
fourth class. $1,CS0; South Kona, fourth
class $1,200. The two offices nf Dis
trict Magistrates of West nnd Hast Kau,
$1,000 and $800 respectively, wero con
solidated aud tho Item placed nt $1.
CS0. Salniy of clerk, fourth Circuit, $2,
Salary of assistant clerk nnd messen
ger, Fourth Circuit, $1,200,
Snlary of stunngropher, $2,400,
Salary ot District Magistrate, South
Hllo, first class II, $3,000.
Snlary of clerk nnd Interpreter, DIs
tllet Court. South Hllo, $1,200.
Salaries of District Magistrates,
Noith Hllo, seventh class, $S00; llanin-
kua, third class, $2,200; Puna, seventh
Salary of clerk, FlfCi Circuit, $1,500.
Salaries of District Magistrates. I.I
hue. tfilrd class. $2,200; Koloa, fifth
class, 1,200; Walmea, fourth class. $!.
SS0; Kawalhau, sixth class, $1,000 and
Hanalel, sixth class. $1,000.
Thu District Magistrates and clcks
of the' Second and Fourth Circuits were
allowed $300 and the District '-Magistrate
and clerk of the Third Circuit
$200 for traveling expenses. These
Items were Inserted nt the proper
At 12 noon, the Senate took n recess
until .2 o'clock.
Tho Honolulu Circle of tbo Territor
ial Teachers' Association met last
evening nt tho High school. The pro
gram was, unusually Interesting Tho
papers and discussions were of an able
character. The music was by the High
school 'pupils under the direction of
Mrs. Tarndley. H, M". Lull read n pa
per on "Elementary Arithmetic."
Charles nartlctt Dyke, principal of the
Kamchameha school, tilkcd on "Indus
trial Work as a factor In Hnce Edu
cation." T. II, Gibson eroko on "Inci
dental Number Work"' Miss tola liar-lie-
rendered a delightful solo on the
violin, 'The papers were followed by
discussion by , Messrs. Smith, Town-
CIRCUIT COURT BUSINESS
IS MOVING RAPIDLY
TWO WES AT WORK
Nb f rj qj d f Thj
Pub-l"umu" ul ulw 7"
Morning BCIOW Judge Hum
phreys -Papers From
In the Circuit Court this morning,
Judge Humphreys. presiding, tho
plaintiff In King Wing Chew vs. A. M.
Drown and C. F. Chllllngworth con
fessed demurrer and was given two
days In which to flic n new complaint.
The enso was placed at the foot of th
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cock vs. Hawaiian Tramways Co., Ltd.
came on for trial at 2 p. m.
Dy consent of counsel the ejectment
suit of John Kalkclkt was placed at the
foot of tho calendar,
Tho breach of promise sutt of Otomi
vb. IlVJul Komatso has been set for
trial May 22. Paul Neumann for plain
tiff; Mobertson & Wilder for defendant.
Tho enso of Naomi Knnihne vs. Kala
nlhuln will probably not bo tried this
term owing to the death of both par
ties. Tho suit for quieting title of L. I..
McCnndless vs. Samuel Andrews, Is In
process of settlement out of court.
Juror W. K. Sharp has been excused
for tho remainder of the term.
Judge Hdlngs Is hearing the case of
J. A. Magoori vs. L. Murks. The suit
Is one for damages on appeal front tho
District Court., Mngnon & Thompson
for plaintiff and Davis & Gear for de
fendant. 'In the ease In equity of Manuel Do
mes vs. Jose Cordelro demurrer has
been filed by Holmes & Stanley for de
fendant. Itobcrtson & Wilder far tho plaintiff
In Nellie A. Cook vs. Hollstcr Drug Co.,
have filed a motion asking for an order
of the court directing tho defendant to
allow the plaintiff and plaintiff's attor
neys to Inspect the prescription bookl
covering a certain lotion mentioned
In the complaint of plaintiff.
Tang Sang and See Chin, wards of S.
Ahml, have filed certification of the
correctness of the final accounts ol
In tho matter of tho estato of Goorgit
H. fllchardBon, petition for letters of
admlnlstratlon.do bonis nnn, has been
Hied before Judge Humphreys by W.
O, Smith. The petitioner was executor
under the will of the deceased and
closed up his executorship with tho
ipprnvnl'of tho court. Slnco that time,
i It has been discovered 'that tho dfceas
ed has an account In (ho Hnwatlan Pos
tal Savings Dank, amounting to $599.90.
Petition for contlnunnce for the term
h,M be.cpfllejl.by Aijwg, Deter. &
Andrnde, attorneys f(jr plaintiff wtho
suit of W. J. Coclho v'b. Robert Orelvo
Discontinuance has been filed by th
nlalntlff In tho enso of Loo I.awton v
Hoclal Science Club
Tho meeting of tho Social Sclenr
Club nt the home of Theo. Hlclurds
last evening was ono of the most Inter
esting sessions of that organization
held recently. Tho address of the
cenlng was made by .l.ired Smith, su
perintendent of tho Hawaii Agricultu
ral Kxperlment Stntlun, Ho talked
.bout "Kxiwrlment Stations," direct
ing bis remarks along lines, be.irl'u
pnrtitularly upon ioniilti'r.a In !!
HUE CLAIM COMMISSION.
The Flro claims Commission put In
tho forenoon on tho matter of forms,
This preliminary wns practically set
tled today. Tomoirow tho body will
organlzo nnd then get down to business.
Chnlrninn Jlacfarlnno said that theie.
was n flood of applications for the posi
tions of clerk, stenographer and Inter
Wants the House and
Senate to Visit QuaK
REPORTS THE PORTO RICANS
IN A DYING CONDITION
Resolution Introduced Appointing :
Committee to Visit) the Island-In
Speaking on the Subject Emme-
luth Nearly Breaks Down;
Emmoluth created another stir In
the House this morning by Introducing
a resolution asking that n committee
be appointed to Investigate tho prevail-
Llns conditions, now existing among
ine i-ono i(iaansnn wuarantine isl
and. The resolution was ns follows:
Do It resolved by tho House of Itep-
resentatlves. the Scnato concurring.
That a committee to consist ot nln
members, six to be appointed by the
Speaker of tho House and threo tb bo
appointed by the Preldent of the Sen
nte bo appointed, to proceed Immedi
ately otT appointment to. Quarantine
Island and inspect the condition of per
sons there detained and report their
findings to this Legislature.
That until the committee do report,
tho Hoard of Health be directed to per
mit no persons ot this Territory to de
part from said Quarantine Island.
That a copy of this resolution be Im
mediately forwarded to the President
of the Hoard of flcalth and that said
ommltteo bo Instructed to report tholr
findings to tho Legislature not later
than the tenth day of this session.
'Signed.) JOHN EMMELUTH.
Mr. Emmeluth spoke In support of
bis resolution as follows! "I feel that
it is my duty to give tho House my
rcaiun for Introducing this restlutlon.
Ever slnco the 14th ot June last )ear,
Porto Rlcans hc-vebetnlntroduced
nere as rapid ly as posuiuie. i navo ncv
cr to my knowledge seen a Porto lit
can, having been denied this on ac
count of the close connections made
by the steamers which carried the un
fortunate beings to their destinations.
"We have all of us read of the late
cases of smallpox on Kauai, and how
every eiTort of tho gou-rnment Is bent
towards a suppression of n possible
epidemic on that Island. It was with
this news In mind that I decided to
visit the Colon, which arrived off thu
harbor with nnother band of Porto III
cans on board, noting the condition of
things after tho ship had been cleaned
up to puss tho inspection of tho ipnr
untlne olllccrs. I arrived too late, how
ever, finding that tho Porto ltlcans
were then on their way 'to Quarantine
"Calling a boat, I set out for the Isl
and, arriving there Just as the last boat
load was being landed on tho wharf.
I walked along the wharf nnd saw a
sight that was pitiful In the cxtrrme.
Lylrg In the sand tinder tho hot rnys of
the sun was n little babe, evidently well
along In the stages of pneumonia. Far
ther along, was nn old man so wasted
by disease and lack ot food that ho was
tinnblo tnjvalk to tho quarantine sta
tion. Many more were lying about. In
different degrees of emaciation and It
is tho demnnd of tho people that this
should bo Investigated."
Dickey asked what appropriation this
resolution related to.
"Away with the Appropriation bill!"
cried Mr. Emmeluth, leaping to his
feet, "Shnll wo allow tho Approprla
tlon bill to stand between us am! a work
of this kind? (lentlomsn, for mnny long
years legislation has been for' class
privileges and this at least will be
shown up by our visit ,to Quarantine
Island, Oontlomen, there nre scenes
there which would make n heart ot
stone turn to water, 1 cried when I
wns over thero this mcrntng, gentle
men, and I ask yon in the name of
humanity and Justice to nrotect these
poor pcoplo nnd their rights by In
vestigating 4the conditions now pre
vailing on QuarantlnesIslnnd.
"Illcssed Is tho man who. In his old
ago can die at homo. Many of thoie
poor sufferers have but few days left
of tho existence which God allots to iik
nil. These are my reasons for Intro
ducing this resolution: nnd I ask you li
tho namo of the llttlo Imbo I saw d)lng
to show that you havo hearts In you,
nnd Investigate Quarantine Island,"
Aylett supported the resolution In
tho name of humanity, stating that If
the' Hon, Mr. Emmeluth hnd fought on
n different sldo In '93, the present con
ditions might not now ba In existence,
Tho resolution was then ndnptcd.
At 11:30 o'clock, the House took a
reress until 2 o'clock.
PARP.WCI.L TO KTANTONB.
Unfortunately tho Joiephtno Stanton
soison has not been a financial suc
cess but the gathering nt the Opera
House Inst evening was a very postlvo
expression of the high isleem In which
MIR3 Stanton nnd tho nrtlits of her
, LOiiip.niy aio held by tho people of llo-
Every member of the company enter
d Into the spirit nf their work In a
manner that mndo tho first production
of "Ther Fencing, Master' a'memoralilc
one for Honolulu. The wealth and
fashion of the city was out In full force.
Floral tributes were showered upon
Miss Stanton and the lending members
"of her company. k Thoirouslc of tho
piece was well rendered arid Kunke!
and Harvey as the funny men kept the
house In an uproar,
Aside from the company Mis. Turner
Is entitled to a great deal of credit for
her effort In making the evening a
fitting; farcwrll for the deservedly
Will ASK H
10 VISIT MI
George lions, the Maul attorney, will
soon request the" Court of Claims to
hold a session ontho Island of Maul
to hear the cases of Maul sufferers
from the plague llrrs. Speaking of th
matter this morning Mr lions said:
"There nre many poor people on Mnut
who cannot afford to make the trip
to Honolulu because It will mean a lo
of time to them as well as the actual
expense of their passage. If the court
will make the trip to Maul we can pre
sent our cases promptl. while If the
claimants come to Hqiolulu they wilt
have to be sandwiched In between your
local hearings and naturally consider
able time lost to them In simply wait
ing here In the city for nn opportunity
tc be heard. The expense to the court
ot the Maul trip will not be a serious
draft on the treasury nnd would cer
tainly be to the advantago of all con
cerned." For Groceries, Fling up Mine 911.
Considerable trouble has been stirred
up in local racing nutters, through thft
action ot th! Hawaiian Jockey Club,
which placed McKenzIes horse Tom
Ryder In the 2:15 class. Dllly Cun
ningham. Drummond nnd n few- others
objected strenuously on the grounds
that Tom Uyder belonged In the free-for-all.
'Thesa objections wero In vain,
hQjwove'r. for 'several members of the
nssoclatlon who did not happen to be
horao owners Insisted nnd voted down
the objections of 'their1" more- experienc
ed companions. Asa remit of the ac
tion IDlly Cunningham has withdrawn
his entire string of norses, amounting
to five In number, from the track.
When Interviewed by a Uullctin repor
ter, Mr. Cunningham refused to say
anything in regard to the matter.
Among Mr. Cunningham's bunch are
John D. and Indrn. Wayhoy and Slla
S. aro also affected by the deal. It Is
stated that the Jockey Club Is out en
trance fees to the amount ot $221.
It Is said that an attempt will be
made to reconsider the mntter.
Wlmlnnr lintel Reopened
Walluku, Mny 11. G. II. Robertson,
proprietor of the Maul News nnd mali
nger of tho Windsor hotel, announces
that ho will open this week thnt popu
lar resort known as the "Windsor." Mr.
Robertson temporarily closed this place
n montlungo fearing that the county
sent would be r;moed to Lahalnn. but'
since that agitation has failed, business
activity would be the natural conse
quence In Walluku, and hence the re
opening of the Windsor.
In Federal Court.
The motion to perfect the appeal In
tho F. O. Sodergren case wns argued
ngaln yesterday afternoon and final
decision nn the matter deferred until
Juno t. This postponement wns made
In order that J. J. Dunne might be
heard In tho matter when he returiw
from tho Coast.
Arthur McDowall, a native of En
gland was naturalised today by Judge
Estee. J. A. Thompson and B. R.
Hendry were witnesses.
The premises on' the northeast cor
ner of Hackfeld and Prospect streets
for sale. See fc'otiSale column.
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