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HOWS IISCUSS ITSMEMTS
Hilo Designated as Its FinaLRnling
Place Plenty of Work Done
on the Salary Bill As in
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The old stand by, the L'leu. was the
topic of an liour'B discussion In the
'Houfco this morning, and notwlthstahd
lug all attempts to (ho contrary, the
ancient bout was given n Jew lease of
life. It will be remitnbsfert that the
Senate a short time agoflcclded to dls
contlnuo the Eleu after a little while.
Ummclutb started 'the Discussion b"y
stating that, at one tlue,- he had been
most fearfully, antagonistic towards
tbo old boat, but since he had 'looked
into the matter more carefully, be bad
seen that us an economical device the
old mud hen wuit unsurpassed. At one
time, when I bo tug laid off for three
elajs. the, Tearless charged the govern
rucnt ISO per diem for hauling the gar
bage scows out to the deep blue sea.
He said that the towage for the last
period had amounted to' $20,000.
"The old boat," replied Hoogs, "la
at present running behind more than
$1000 n month. .Now the garbage cre
matory will be running In a little leu
than a enr. My Idea la to figure up
how much It would cost to run the boat
until that time, and th-n do away with
the old iub. The government can't
carry on business In opposition to private-parties.
That Is not right. r
"I agree with the honorable gentle
man that $S0 a day Is exorbitant, but
ffAlm . thc cnn,n,n ot tne Fearless told-ja
Jf 'JP v tnat hCwIwId tow th'' acowa out toea
for $250 a month less than It Is costing
them now. Aside from towing out the
garbage scows, and serenading the
ships In the harbor, that Is about al
the old frigate Is good for."
"If the Eleu Is dono away with,"
answered Emmeluth, "prices will go up
ivlth alarming rapidity. Take for in-
stance the schooner Surprise. Tho
Fearless crowd demanded $1500 down
before they would raise a linger, while,
off for $C00. I believe In tho govern
ment ownership of tugs, so that the
charges could bo kept moderate. That
Is tho way to build up shipping, and
finally when tho nieu Is done for, send
her up to Hllo to manage the shipping
in that locality."
"I would like to ask Mr. Cmmcluth,"
chimed In Monsarrat, "If ho recollects
to what place tho Eleu pulled the Sur
prise? It was to tho bottom of tho sea.
Wh, Just the other day, the Eleu
towed a ship Into n mud bank In the
harbor, and In order to get nwa tho
Fearless had to bo called. As for send
ing the tub to Hllo, the bottom would
drop out of her before she could even
i each Maul."
"If tho entire shipping fraternity is
satisfied with tEe Fearless," said
Hoogs, "I don't see why wo should
kick. It's like paying our Plumber, if
he charges exorbitantly, wc settle It
with hlrn, and do not csk the ov em
inent to go Into the plumbing busl
liess." The n.ajorlty of tho I louse, however,
were with tho tugf and tho pay roll
for her o11cers.was Inserted In the blllj
The following salaries were fixed to
daj: Tourth Clerk, Public Works Depart
ment, $2400: four cantoneers for Ntm
ami road from Schaefer's to the Fall,
$2880; Harbormaster, $6000; Pay Roll
Steam Tug. $13,200: Pay noil Electric
lAfht t1r.nn. Imin.tanlr tCinH
Veterinary Surgeon, $1200; Lighthouse
Keepers, $9469; Keeper of Wharves
and Unojs in Lahalna, $240; Keeper of
YOU VE IIEEN
for the pt year or
Uo on uca ttock
Better fhnct our ne hoi 'J
p ii ur tivin m an4 pat money
int m clod home at I
Loti, vlth Electric Car Sen let,
water anj the bett nf mrrounJInci,
at unly ine-lhlrJ the price of ilmllar
One ttilrj cath anJ balance at on
ly 6 per cent makei a gooJ Investment
Wharves and 'Buoys in Hllo, $1200:
Gunpowder, and Kerosene'Oll "Keeper In
Hllo, $1019; Salne In'So'nolitlu, $3000;
SuperlntenMeBt of Water Works, $1800!
Clerk, 00:V. ( j"'
At abAut 12 m., the'Houee took Its
usual recess v
Attorneys for the-defendaBt In the
case of Oeo. K. Ooardman ' tb. Fire
man s Fund Insurance Company hac
filed a motion for a new trial on' the
ground (hat the verdict of $7,000" ren
dcicd for the plaintiff jestcrday, was
contrary to'lbe law ahilaho "evidence
aad ibe wefght brevliMshri'Btlpula-
tknwas also filed by the turtles, al
lowing the defendant ten 4a)s after
the filing of the transcript of evidence,
In which to perfect a bill of exceptions.
A motion by defendant's attorneys to
enter Judgment'for defendant, notwith
standing thc verdict, was overruled by
Judno Edlngs. The supersedes bond
was fixed nt $250.
Tho following order signed by Judge
Hnmphrcys and approved by Chief
Justice Trcar has been pronfailgatcd:
Deeming It essential to the tfomotlon
of Justice, I do order'tbit a soBMaHerm
of the Circuit Court of theSrst Cir
cuit be held In the Judiciary building
In Honolulu, commencing Tuesday,
Juno 18, and continuing for the period
provided by law,
Decision was rendered today by the
Supreme Court In the case of Yock Kco
vs. Hllo Mercantile Co., Ltd. Thc mat
ter camo up on bill of exceptions from
the Fourth fMrmlt uhprrt It unn trlftri
jury waived, on appeal from tho Dts
I trlct Court. The RUlt was for the sum
of" $11.32, claimed by plaintiff to have
been paid by mistake. The findings of
both lower courts were sustained, the
following principles being laid down:
A mortgage cannot operate ns secur
ity for a greater sum than that ex
pressed Cn Its face, oveit though l.t
may operate to secure future advance's
without eo Indicating on Its face.
Money" paid under a mistake of fact
may be recovered, as where plaintiff,
who had assumed the raiment of a
niortgnge, asked the mortgagee how
much was dn, and upon being told thc
whole amount of tip, mortgagor's In
debtedness paid It Including nn amount
not covered by tho mortgage.
Fresh;butter; new potatoes. Blue 911,
In the Senate yesterday afternoon.
Dr. Russel mnde a motion to strike out
all the government phslclans with the
exception of the one rt the leper set
tlement on Molol.ai and the dispensary
phjslclau In this city. His ldcawas to
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on h? "" nd who would send
?ut. cliculani educating the people as
J " ;' lo ue,"8e ' vano us
receive an education ot great value.
Thc Senator sad that this sjstera was
used In England and had proved most
Mr. Achl remarked that Hawaii was
not England. According to Dr. Rus
set's Idea, phjilclnns could bo dono
away with altogether. Ho then asked
what a man In Kohala would do If ho
happened to have a stomach ache and
tho onlj government phjslclan was In
Hllo. He might hgvo a book on tho
treatment of the distressing malady
and he might hnve a telephone. Per
haps neither one would afford him
any relief. What would such a man
Dr. Russel's proposition did not meet
with any support and It was passed
over without even the formality of a
COMING IN THE MARIP08A.
The following were booked to len San
rrmclsro In the Marlpovi when the Trans
port I awton S'llcd f'om that port on May
2? : MIfS E. Keerers, Grav, Walker,
C. Raldwln. Juliet Cooke, Hall. E Castlf ,
N White, Hartley, D. Rice. Dutton, Mac
firlane, F. W. Wetmore. Mtsdames J. S.
Gray. H. J. Craft, M, .Cajtle, J. K.
Shingle. Rice, E. SchmldfTH. N. Castle,
I.. Wight and children, E. B.iilev. A.
Raas and children, Messrs W H. Morrl1
m, T. C. Davis, L. M. Hartley. H. P.
Nye, E. B. McClanahan, Paxton Wright,
C, H. Kamuy. B. L. Home'herger, M
Hart'ey, W. H.Scotr. Ja. Whitney. O.
S. Llpenan, W. Cahlll. L. S.hwettzer.
Walter Macfailane, Merrltt, J. F. Cowes.
Stanley Beardmire, S, A Baldwlng,-A.
Raas, D. S. Jordm. O. P. Jenkins, A. H
Baldwin, R. W. Everlnan, E. L. GolJ
borough, J N. Cobb. C. B. Hudson A.
H. Mitchner, J. C. Cummlnes. J. II.
Templeton. I. Llvlnntnn. T. W Hnbrnn,
V. C. Miller, B.,F DlU'ogham Robb
son. W. H, Ashmead and A. C, Alex
ander. NO ALTBRATI0N8 FOUND.
The special committee of five ap
pointed by tho Senate to lnvcstlgato tho
journal of that body before Its trans
mission to Washington, met Saturday
afternoon and finished Its deliberations,
The remainder of tho Journal of tho
Penatc was gone through with hurried-
ly, Outsldo of a few changes In tho
wording nnd tho striking out of words
deemed unnccesjar), nothing was found
to substantiate tho charges made that
thcio had been alterations. The com
mittee has not yet reported to tho Sen
ate, - ,
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, June 4.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 83 .
Barometer at 9 a. m, 30.02. Steady.
Dew Point C3F.
Humidity at 0 a, m. 04 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, June
4 Weather cloudy, wind NE. .
." , riUST FINISH
The Grand Jurj came Into
Humphrejs court room at
afternoon with a report upon t
tForcman Carter said that after eigh
teen davs' Investigation upon the sub
ject of 'bribery and corruption thc
Grand Jury was ready with a report
which they had hoped would be final,
but lato Information had been received
which 'would require the examination
ot more witnesses.
"Are these now witnesses, those
whose names wore given you by this
Court?" Inquired Judgo Humphreys.
"rhey arc," said the foreman.
"You will pass tho report to the
clerk," continued tho Court, "who will i morrow.
A. J. Vlcillng, manager of the Pax
ton & Vlcrllng Iron Works of Omaha
and a director In tho Vlerling.MeDow
el & Co., manufacturers of archltec-' tso bectleslnnd cut ronntl will bo glad
turnl Iron at Chicago, wilt be n passen- to know that Piol. Kocbelc, the gov
gcr homo In the Ventura. He has been ernnient (iitomnlnglst, bus, aftvn-wecks
In Honolulu with his wife, health and of hard work und experiment. suVceed
pleasuro hunting for the past three ed In raising In uny quantity desired,
ceks. the fungus that has sounded thb death
Mr. Vlerllng is a firactlcal man and knell of mi rinds ot these bothersome
has studied business conditions In Ho- pests.
nolulu with a clear head. He believes I Prof. Koebclc now has In his laboru
In Honolulu as he believed In Omaha' (ory in the basement of thc Capitol
and Chicago. He predicts that the next
decade will sec our population Increase
by 100 per cent It not ICO or 200..
"But, notwithstanding this, belief I
feol certain that the price of real es
tate will not advance accordlncly." ho
said. ''The present prices of this ro-.
stricted commodity are too high to ad
mit of any advance In the near future.
The department store, which Is a curse,
will come to Honolulu Just as It has
gone to every other place. The arrival
ot the department store means a lot of
vacant buildings now occupied by small
stores. I see nn immenso amount of
room here for buildings beforo metro
politan real estate prltes will be Justi
fied. Take thc Hawaiian hotel for In-
stance. This tioplcal garden In front iKocbele said that It wwuld be neces
Is beautiful but It must go The hotel 'barj. t0 niIt Eomo 8tlcky sllbstniu.e 8llcU
will be pushed out to tho sidewalk and 0E ,Iollr( n tho wuUott tn orjpr t0 bo
instead of two stories It will go up 'uBsured of the spores remnlnlng un thc
to flvo or soven.
.ci coimu in iiul u
scarce article, hen such garden ex
panses as this can be afforded In the
heart of tho city.
'In a general wny I am suro I am
it,.", mien i nuj in. ii. inn ihii'u ui iiv -
! rvli ii 1, sin t nn 4 tint I, ..,.. ntl.
ing commodities m Honolulu must.linril whlto substance. Tho life la
come down and wages for common la
bor must go up. Tho difference be
tween wages and living is too much
against the laborer. This adjustment
must come and will come soon. Jgv and woo bctldo a bcetlo or cut
"The future of Honolulu tn a business worm that happens along In that dl
wny Is most certainly bright. It needs jrectlon. It meant) certain death
many thlngB, however. There Is no
reason why manufacturers should not
prosper here. Look at the enormous , was discovered by Prof. Kocbcie hint
quantity ot your importations. Some self. It has not yet been named, al
ot these commodities should be made though samples have alrendy been sent
here. I notice that tbo Japanese nnd to Washington for classification. It la
Chinese arc successful in making shoes a queer growth. To plant lite It Is ab
and certain kinds of wearing apparel. Bolutcly harmless but to beetles and
"It strides me that joii aro about nt cut worms It Is continually a sword of
tho end of a little building boom. A
quiet period seems to iO at band, but It
Is plain that there is a class of build
ings lacking here, which the city needs.
There aro too few well designed stores.
Tbo mercantile accommodations aro
decldedl) Inferior nnd men with money
could. I think. Invest It safely In tho
construction of modern business blocks.
Vnn III haaiI nnn nfllnA iKn 1 1 rl I H ra
than aro now hero, and as to wars-
houses they are amazingly absent. Tho
demand for storage room certainly is a
big one, here. The quantity of stuff
that must be cared for Is enormous
ict I see no warehouses that would
be expected In such a mart.
"Thero is a line connected with the
building Industry which I expect to
seo Introduced here. I refer to a cement
proposition which Is patented and Is
very popular In tho eastorn cities. Stone
is puivcrizeu nnu men cosi inio mouiui cialnlng out of the $30,000 npproprla
of any design and shape. Buildings tlon.
made of this material bavo all tho or-, However, according to tho opinions
nate beauty of carved stone nnd aro 0f prominent members of both tho Sen.
found to be fully as Biibstnntlal. I to and House, tho extra session will
le.irn that stone for this purpose
abounds here nnd this method would
proviqo 1111 most iiesiramo material
much cheaper than stoue."
While heie, Mr. VJeillng did not nt tho bcssIoii.
tempt to do any business in his line,
but Is satisfied that the Hawaiian Isl-1 In four days the net tonnugo of ves
nnds afford n good opening for bis own eels In tho harbor has Incieased from
and othor eastern concerns In his lino. 14,280 to 44,701 tons. During tho days
' from tho 31st of May to yesterday both
As soon as Brewer's wharf Is vucnnt Inclusive, nineteen sailing vessels ar
il gang ot men nnd tho steam roller will rived hero from tho Coast, Europe
niako their appearance there to makn South America and tho Colonies,
mnko their appearanco there to mak 1
tho repairs so badly needed. A lino now mast of Oregon plno has
r 'been mado for tho Bonnlo Dundee
Tho schooner Laura Pike will follow Tho old boat Is bclqg thoroughly nvcr-
tlio steamer Maul on the mnrlno rail- hauled and will bo as good as new when
road, The Maul will pi obably come off her present owners get through with
this afternoon, her.
place t on the closed flics tli remain
until the Brand Jury has completed Its
Investigations of the bribery charges."
Foreman Carter then said that he
bad been. Informed by the Deputy At'
torney General Hat ho was ready to
tako up Mils The Court Instructed the
Grand Jury to take up no criminal bills
or other matters until the bribery In
vestigation had been completed. Tho
foreman was directed to Issue sub
poenas at once for tho persons whoso
names had been, reported today and to
proceed with the Inquiry
As It was too lute to secure the presence-of
these wltnosses today tbo Grand
Jurv was excused until 10 o'clock to-
Peoplo who have seen choice plants
and trers wither nwn'y before thilr ejes
tik n result of the nnsliiught of Ijfupan-
building, the nuikus of a collection of
spores of tho fungus that will be sent
broadcast thioughout the Islands of the
Territory when requests come In. No
longer will It bo necessary for the pro
fessor' to cull on people to tnkc live
beetles to bis laboratory for Inocula
tion because the fungus that he has
raised artificially thiough tho medium
ot sterilized bread, potatoes and gela
tin, will do the business Just as well.
These death dealing spores will be
mixed In a solution which the profes.
'Sor has vet to decldo on nnil the trees
or plants from which It is desired thc
bugs shall be swept nwny, will bo
sprajed with tho solution. In speak-
lnir of the mutter thin mnrnlnir lrnf
. trpPfi nv fllhor iilnntu Inrtn t,t f l,.li
washed to tho ground
Tho action of the fungus on tho
beetle and cut worms Is very peculiar.
It attacks tbo body and, In n few hours,
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'Bimpiy urios up ino insiue, leaving ti
simply sapped out of tho bug by tho
busy fungus whoso work, Instead ot
stopping there, has really only begun.
j The body Is Boon covored with the fun
The fungus, as Is perhaps known by
many, is a native of these Islands and
ONLY $471.69 IS NOW LEFT
Out nf tlin 130 Add nnnrnnrfnfftil tn
B,onof tho LcKeiaturo and tll0 rclimln.
, bl8 of tuo ,av. Bess ,hc0
rcmnln0(, t (he noon hour t0(lay onIy
,tC3 0n this showing. It will be ab-
.ohtc, ncc(.g8ary for tn0 LeKslatur.
lo make another appropriation. Count-
,og oa tcn Uayg moro' to tUe prcgeDt
session at tha. moderate estimate of
175 per day for nay of officers and other
expenses, tho sum will amount to $7G0.
:vcn this Is nearly 300 more than
thero is at present In the treasury, re-
iaBt two weeks loncer at least. From
tho looks of things nt the'present tlmo.
an appropriation of about -',000
wm i,0 needed for tho remainder of
OF WOMAN'S BOARD
Woman's Board of 'Mis
sions. Celebrates It's
TREASURER'S REPORT SnOWS
A GOOD BALANCE IS LEFT
Memorial By J, A. Cruzan Is Read
Resolutions of Sympathy Are Pass-ed-Mrs.
Andrews Makes the
Addass-Lunch is Served.
The, thirtieth annual meeting of the
Woman's Board of .Missions was held
today "nt Central Union church. The
opening exercises began at 10 'o'clock
this morning. "
The morning was spent In listening
principally to reports from tho various
secretaries and departments. Two re.
ports from thc Home Sccrctarj nnd ono
from the Foreign Secretnry were read
befoVo tho Board. Reports were also
heard from the Gleaners, Lima Kokua,
and tho Pauahl Band. Miss Mary l:
Green reported that thc Hawaiian
work was In good condition, and Mrs.
I . v. Damon bore tho same testimony
in uennll of tho Chinese work. The
Portugueso nnd Japanese meetings
weic heard from, and good work was
being done all along ro line.
airs. L. L., Dillingham as treasurer.
reported that tho finances were In ex
cellent condition. The total receipts
had amounted to 12282,80. Outstanding
bills to tho amount of 1G74.E0 bad
been paid leaving a balance of $608
et In the treasury.
In the morning, resolutions of svm-
pathy wcro passed, relative to the
death of Mrs. F, S. Lyman of Hllo. A
memorial, which paid such a great trl
bute to the dead, by lUv. J. A. Cruzan,
who performed the fdneral ceremony,
was read by Mrs. Dr. Whitney.
Lunch was served at 12 o'clock, and
crowds ot business men availed them
selves of the ladles' hospitality.
In tho afternoon, tbo address of the
occasion was made by Mrs. Bobert An
drews on "Bemlnlsccnces of the Past
Musical numbers were Interspersed
throughout tho program, and tended
to break tho monotony ot tho reports
'Briefs have been filed by A. S. Hart-
well nnd S. M. Uallou In tho L. A.
Thurston habeas corpus matter. The
brief by Mr. Hartncll claims tho pe
titioner Is entitled to his dlsebnrge.
First, because tho alleged act of ton
tempt did not constitute und was not
lontcmpt, by reason of tbo protection
which tho law gives to a client's com
munications to bis attorney,'
Second,-, because tho alleged Grand
Jury Is nn unlawful body having no
authority to requlro tho petitioners
answer to their Intel rogatories, by rea
son of tho selection ot the Grand Jury
not having been made as required by
Tho brlef-by Mr. Ballou claims, that
where nn aVegcd contempt consists In
a refusal to testify before a body
claiming to bo a Grand Jury, thc Court
Upon a habeas corpus, may Inquire as
to whether such body Is n Grand Jury
at least to tho extent of ascertaining
whether In drawing It, there was any
colorable nttempt to follow tho statutes
in force. '
BECKLEY AND McKINLEY
In speaking of his recent trip to San
Francisco jcaterday, Representative
Becklcy said to a Bulletin reporter:
"President McKlnley todrmc among
Other things that, In passing tho Ap
propriation bill, wo should have an eye
to economy, but that wc should pass
sufficient amounts for tho needs of the
Territory, even though there were no
money for the purpose. This would be
attended to later,(on. I did not ask him
bow, but I gathered .from what Mr, Mc
Klnley said that he had an ee open for
tha necessities of this Territory and
that something would bo done In
Washington to'relteva the situation."
Speaking of tho letter from President
McKlnley, as reported In the Advertiser
yesterday morning, Mr. Ilccklcy said:
"There Is absolutely no truth In the
stntemont. I have no letter and never
said I had. Tho story has been made
out of wbolo cloth,"
WILL NOT SUSPEND 8ENTENCH
Judge Wilcox will not suspend sen
tence on nny moro eases brought be
(5ro bin) unless he runs nnoss nn In
stance calling particularly for such ac
tion,. This ho stated moit emphatically
In tho Pollco Court this morning when
tho enso of Wm. Mahuka, charged
with nssault and battery on his wife,
was called and Attorney Kniilukou ask
ed that sentence be suspended.
Judgo Wilcox said that his reason for
deciding to be chary about suspending
sentence nroso out ot his observation
that thero was a tendency to abuse tha
privilege and ha did not Intend to coan-
tenance an) thing that would lead to a
violation of the statutes. He himself
had often doubted the wisdom of hay.
lng such a law on the statute books.
Continuing his remarks to Mahuka.
he said: "I would advise joii to go at
once and purchnsc a punching bag.
Put It up a your house or jour baru
andwhenever ou feel like trklng vio
lent exercise. Just uso the big. Do but
use our wife's head for that purpoe."
" BBACON LIGHTS '
"Beacon Lights" was well received
last night nt thc Orphcum by a good
sized house. Tho play Is full of stir
ring situations, Intermingled with
plent of comedy. When well staged
and well acted as It was last night, thc
play Is bound to be a favorite.
Jessie Norton showed her remarkable
Versatility as an actress In her presen
tation of thc heedless llttlo mountain
girl. Mabel Wlcrnc as the persecuted
mother had the good wishes of the au
dience with her from start to finish.
Carl Bcrch as the hero captain was Jut
as good as ever.
The bill pf good plavs will be con
tinued on through tho next two weeks
when the Kllcfonl season will close.
CHINESE UNITED SOCIETY
There was a very Important meeting
of tbe Chlneso United Society In thc
hall on King street last evening, thc
object being to consider tho action of
certain Chinese In to lng to withdraw
their claims from tho hands of tho at
torney decided on by thc organization
when these had already been handed
In for purposes nf filing.
It appears that, somo months ago
when the rlatms of thc Chlneso wiro
being put Into shape, certain of tha
claimants decided to put their claims
In the hands of thc Consul while 'others
decided to placo theirs at tho disposal
ot thc Chinese United Society. This
organization at onco appointed a com
mittee of five to attend to tho matter.
It turned nut later on that Wong
Chow, tho vlco preside ni of tho society
took upon himself tho work assigned
U tho committee, nnd himself personal-
1, handed in tbe bunch of claims to tho
attorney who had been decided on by
Since that tlnte. thero has been some
unrest and now the Chinese claimants
are clamoring for tho withdrawal ot
their claims. Somo wish to hand their
own In to thc Commission while still
others have decided to allow tbe Con
sul to present their claims. .
No decision In thq matter waa arrived
at last night. Another meeting will
be called during tho week.
DEATH OF CHINBSB.
The aged Chinese enretaker of Em
ma Hall was found dead In his room 011
tho premises named, thU morning. The
Infirmities of old age, coupled with tho
shock from tho death of a Chinese wo
man, a relatlvo ot thc old man tn the
fruit store on Hcrctnnln street very
close to tho ball, caused the death of
thc Chinaman ,
The woman In question had been III
for some time and her husband nnd tho
old man had been In constant attention
at her bcdsldo. Sho succumbed at 11
o'clock last night to thc ravages nf
puerperal fever. Tho old mnn, worn
out with fatigue, went to his room nnd
was found dead this mornlug.
Tho band plnyed aboird tho Oregon
last night and. from Captain Berger's
account, had a most delightful time.
None but tho offirers nnd crew were
present, no guests having .been Invited,
This morning, tho band plaved a
farewell concert aboard tho Iiwton.
Tomorrow at 11 a. co. Prof. Bcrgcr and
his boys will furnish music for tho
closing exercises at Knwalahao Semi
nary and in thc evening, will give a
concert In Thomas Square. Should the
Ventura depart during thc day, the
band "will play n farewell concert oq
thp Oceanic wharf.
The schooner Helen N. Kimball ar
rived from Kahulul and departed for
Fanning Island yesterday.
and - Bllnpern fop
the Spring Seafton
ll lcrakt ryhrre In fhls country,
low tha n4 tlrrcr dpnmnt
hlM f variety anJ tutyoUt,ri,
completrneti' ot tt ortrrxnt of ttt,
nJ n? of prices. Is the equal of
ourer not are oflt j , t
Prices J1.50 to $7.00.
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