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Vol. X. No. 1878.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. JUNE 24 1901.
Price 5 Cents.
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Completed at Today's
Session of the Upper
THIRD READIN6 IS SET
FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY
Cecil Brown's Special Appropriation
Bill is Killed Outright by
dents. At this morning's session of tho
Senate, Mr. C. Brown's appropriation
bill Including tho Governor's estimates,
"An Act making special appropria
tions for the use of tho Territory of
Hawaii during the ensuing biennial
period," was laid on the shelf for good,
nftcr ery scant consideration. When
the Senate convened, there was not a
Republican present but every Indepen
dent, Wm. White excepted, was In his
plaio prepared with a spear for Mr.
Rrown's bill. A little later on, Messrs.
Cralibe, Achl, Paris and Carter came
straggling In one by one. At no time
during tho consideration of tho bill was
Mr. Drown present.
When the Senate convened
morning, the rules were suspended nnd
Mi. Knlauoknlanl reported for the
Printing Committee- that Sennte bill 21
hud been printed. Messrs. Kalu.uok.i-1
lanl nnd Knnuhu v, anted It taken up
Immcdlattly but the chnlr announced
that It would be taken up In Its proper
On motion of Mr. Kanuhn, tho esti
mates of the Governor were stricken
out of the Appropriation bill, tho mov
it explaining that, since these were In
cluded In "Mr. C. Drown's bill, there was
no occasion to have them In the regu
lar appropriation bill.
At this point, Mr. I. Brown moved
the passage in second reading of the
Appropriation bill. Seconded by Mr.
Kaknpaahu and carried.
On motion of Mr. Crabbe, third read
ing was set for Wednesday morning.
Mr. C. Brown's bill was then taken
up for consideration, on motion of Mr.
Kalauokalnnl. Tho fight was on at
once, although the Republican force
was hardly strong enough to make any ,
kind of an opposition.
Mr. Knr.uha moved to strike out Sep-
tlnn 1. This was seconded quickly but
'Mr. Paris objected to such proceed
ings, stating that It wjs tommon
courtesy to allow the Introducer to nnj
hill to be present at tho time his meas
ure was being discussed. He moved to
defer consideration but this was lost
and the motion of Mr. Knuuha to strike
out section 1, prevailed.
This in Iteslf killed the bill but the
Independents wished lo make sure of
their work and, after a motion to re
consider had been put and lost, Mr.'J.
Brown moved to strike out tho title.
LMr. Carter moved to adjourn add Mr.
Achl amended this to adjourn sine dl.
The motion was lost.
Mr. Achl arose on .1 point of order.
stating that tho title of the bill could
not be stricken out until the whole bill
had been read. Mr. J. Uiown then
moved to strike out section 2 nnd Mr.
Achl arose on "another point of order,
stating that, according to the rules of
procedure of the Sennte, a bill could
TE Bill NO
, ...... w ..u 'w
I Mr. Achl sparred for tlmo but this.
- plan of action was of.no avail. Nn
not bo killed on second vcadlnia
. n....i.ii c . . . . '
luanv ti iiv uir iiuoanin,, lilt; tenuis i
rilled that a bill could be thrown out
nn any reading. This settled Mr. Achl.
Mr. White moved to adjourn but the
solid eight was bent on finishing up
Mr. C. Brown's bill nnd the motion wn
lent. Sections 4. 5. nnd G were then
stricken out of tho bill, one by ono. Is
the order named.
Another motion to Adjourn wns made
by Mr. Crabbe, Mr. Achl ninended to
Ton -A'.b ON
Beietania, King, Prospect,
Anapuni and other Streets
A neat little Cottage on
' c iMTjiuuui-uii ncuiuun luwieii up intent to prefer catll creditor over PPtl
the effect that the Senate adjourn sine
die. The motion was lost
Mr. Carter moved to strike out the
title. This carried and MrJ. Brown's
motion to reconsider was lost.
At 11 o'clock, the Senate adjourned
over until 10 o'clock Wednesday morn-
4 I I
Mlsn Grlawold'a Concert.
uiie Urlswold's farewell concert
lanes place tomorrow evening at the
Opera House.' She will bo assisted In
a program of unusual attractiveness
by Mrs. White, Mrs. Peck. Miss Castlo
and Professor Ammo. Miss Ortswold
nerseir will sing sevcralclaseical num.
bcra as well as two most recent com'
positions not before heard here. The
composers represented will bo Tostl.
Haydn, Grelg, Gounod, Rubinstein and
rlscuer. Reserved scats CO cents, 75
cents and fl.00 at Wall, Nichols.
THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
In the Executive Council this morn
ing. Acting Governor CoODer read a
letter from Governor Dole. He writes
that he Is getting alonit finely nnd has
left Hilo for Puawa In tho mountains
where ho will spend the remainder of
Permission was given to tho Hawa
iian band to go. to Hilo on tho Fourth
Of July. Tho Hilo people will pay nil
expenses of the trip.
Civil rights were restored to J. H. I.
Kchel who served time for stpntlnir
cattle, and' on a showing of Deputy
Sheriff Andrews and the Jailer, the
council recommended that a pardon bn
granted to L. Kumualll, who has only
a few months jet to serve ou a four
NEWS OF GARDEN I8LB.
Passengers from Kauai In tho Mlka
laln Sunday report plenty of ra. all
mt tno Island nnd the enne on the
plantations In excellent condition.
The Srcat trouble Just now Is tho
shortage of labor at tho various planta-
on". An agent came down in tho
Mlkahala with Instructions to procuro
two hundred Japanese tor Makavvcll
Wnlmen nnd Llhue aro also suffering
from this shortage of men to work in
The Porto Rlcans employed at Wal
racn. Makaweli, Kekaha and Llhuo are
not liked by the plantation men. They
are not doing the work it was. cxpicted
they would do.
Dr. Wilkinson, the government phy
sician at Makaweli, was a passenger in
tbo Mlkahala. He Is here to meet his
fiancee. Miss Rankin, who Is due In
the Sonoma. The marriage will take
place Immediately after the arrival of
(the steamer. The young couple will
remain in town for a number of days
and will then go to Makaweli. Miss
Rankin Is a joung lady who has madn
Kauai her home for some time past. A
little while ago. she went to her homo
In Berkeley for tho purpose of visiting
Dr. S.mdow of Wnlmca was also a
rnsscngcr In tho Mlkahala. He conies
to sen his wife off in the Sierra.
For groceries ring up Wuo 911.
The firms of Theo. H. Davies & Co ,
Ltd., and M. S. Orlnbaum & Co , Ud.,
and M. Phillips & Co, aB unto'Cuic!
creditors of Chang Tal Men, nlhw C
T. Amana of Paaullo, Hawaii, have
filed a petition in the Federal Court
asking that tho latter be decline J a
bankrupt. The petition eleclarrs defen
dant is Indebted In tBe amount of $ U'O'i
flnd over nnd that nntlHnnoru h.ill
against him unsecured clulms of $:7as.-
C3, the same being balance duo on
goods delivered. The petition ellcgeii
defendant to be Insclvent. It Is nl
teged that he committed nn art of
bankruptcy on or about Muy IS, b
transferring r-rtnln property, valued
at ji50o, while Insolvent to Ant iony
Legate, one of his creditors wlti In-
" ............ ....
RobvitRon & Wilder .irn nt-
torncjs for plaintiffs.
Tho hall In the Wnverley Iilock last
Saturday evening held .n large audience
to hear the program given under the
auspices of tho Francis Murphy Gospel
Temperance League. Tho feature of
tho evening wns nn nddress by Fnnk
lln Austin. Good music, both vocal
nnd Instrumental, enlivened the occa
sion. During tho past week twenty
three persons voluntarll) signed tho
A divorce -was granted last Saturday
by Judge. Gear to Ilcrtha St. Clair fron
her husband, John St. Clair. The cus
tody of tvvp children is awarded to tho
plaintiff. The couple were married in
Honolulu In 1S8S. Tho dlvoreo war
granted on the ground of abandomueiil
New Along Home.
Mrs, Afong has moved to her Wu
Mkt rcsldenco where she will remain
while eytenslvo clnnges nre being
mado In tho Nuuanii street homestead.
Ihls old homestead Is to 1)0 torn
down and replaced by a modern house
of. most artistic design.
Thoso wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prises
and courteous treatment should call at
the Territory Stables. Their telephono
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
IWILEI CLOSED BY
S. K. Ka-ne acting In be
half of the president and trustees of
KaumaknpllI church, obtained today
from Judge Gear an Injunction, re
straining the owner.lessees and In
mates of Iwilel from maintaining or
permitting to bo kept a bawdy houso
The complaint on Hie In tho clerk's!
office sets forth that on September 27,
1875, one Kabue the wife of Nlka con
vecd to tho predecessors an Interest
o! plaintiffs the site of KAumakapltl
and that a building was erected thereoii
which plaintiffs and the members and
congregation of Kaumakaplli have used
and are using for public worship and
religious assemblies. The plaintiffs
allege that John Una Is tho owner and
the other defendants tho lessees of I'm
premises known as Iwilel, which picra
lies are opposite and near thr church
building and that the defendants have
been and now aro engaged In Keeping
at Iwilel a public nuisance to wit. a
notorious bawdy hous. Plaintiffs aver
that the keeping and maintaining of
said bawdy bouso by defendants Inflicts
upon them a separate and special In
Jury nnart from tho Injury Inflicted
upci the public In tint such bawdy
house lessens tho value of plnlutlffs
property and diminishes anil Interferes
with Its use and enjoyment by the con.
gregntlon of Jvaumnkaplli ns a placo
of public worship, and Inflicts upon the
plaintiffs great ond Irreparable Injury
not cnpabloof estlmnt'nn or lompensa-
tlon In damages nnd that plaintiffs are
without remedy nt law.
Wherefore plaintiffs prny for damages
and costs and that the defendants bo
restrained from continuing to maintain
this riibllc nuisance, and for such other
and further relief as may bo Just and
Tho complaint is sustained by affida
vits averring among other things thnt
Iwilel Is occupied by nroitltutes. a
number of names being given, ns also a
number of Instances of women enter -
taming euests on tho night of tho Utb
of April last.
On this showing noil a bond having
been given by plaintiffs Judgo Gear
signed nn order to show cause on tho
return day of summoni why a. per-
petunl Injunction should not bo grant -
cd, and In the meantime It Is ordered
that "until further order in tho prtml-
ses you the said defendants and each
AtlnmeVH Ttinmaa Vll nn.l'i.
of you and all your attorneys, solid- J evidence of violation of law and so ro
tors, ngents, servants, cmplovc3. nnd ported. Hut still the Territorial ofll-
all others acting In nld or nsststunco
of you and ench and every of ou do, Then came Judgo F.stce's chnrgo
absolutely desist nnd refrain from'10 tho Pedernl Grnud Jur. And the
keeping, maintaining, conducting or return of tho Jur that the vices wcro
permitting or suffering to bo kept,
maintained or comVicteil In, upon or.ruld not bo gotten at that time. The
about tho premises known as Iwilel, higher officials of tho Territorial gov
niy bawdy house, house of prostitution ernment characterized this work as
ui uuusu ui resort lor mo purposes or
And hereof fall
not nt your peril."
It Is understood that Mr. Fitch was
retained somo weeks since by tho as-
soclatcd clergymen of thin city for a
legal attack upon Iwilel and that after Justice was sent to secretly report on
careful consideration ho selected this Iwilel. Ills report was more crushing
method of assault, but was compelled than tho chnrge of cither of th ejudges
to defer proceeding until tbo direction or of the Ministerial League. The
could be obtained of the Hoard of rcsponso to tho showing mado by the
Trustees of Kaumakaplli.. This hav- Federal agents, hns caused letters ii
Ing been secured tho suit was begun jbe written to every high official here,
Tho plaintiffs had expected to pro- Including tho Governor, to proceed a
ceed without the cooperation If not once In the matter of suppressing Iwt
Against the Indifference or oven opposl- lei.
tlon of tbo police department, but thp ' Therefore Acting Governor Cooper
Inst ndvlces from Washington will went oven In person l.itt Friday night
probably lesult In the police force be- to see what ho could see
Ing ordered to' aid In tho movement Rut another lino of attack was iu
1 he wrlti of Injunction will bo sei vcr, motion. The Protective Leaguo had
nn the proprietor and lessees today, retained Thomas Fitch, his Job being
and prolwibly this ev oiling policemen to find somo mode b) which lwllei
will bo in attendance it IvvIM,- to no- could bo legally squelched,
tlfy its Inmates of tbo Injunction and The Injunction In behilf of the trus
to warn them If they attempt to ply tees and members of tho Kaumakaplli
their vocations In deftuni e of It, they church Ih tho result..
' ? ' t 'i' 'v 'i' s ?' S (v v '
Tho brig Tanner arrived about noon
tQdny from Port Dlakeley with a cargo
of lumber. It Is 1 the tmcU first visit
In llila nnrt nil hnntrti I ni ob iikaii iih.I '
.........,...,.,..,, ,,,,,,.. ..m.i
owner, Captain New hall, Is on old tlm
er here. t.
There wus a suicide of one of the
crew on the trip1 down." ..Harry Hlx,
whoso real namo is supposed to havo
been Patrick O'nrlcn, Jumped over
board on Juno 1, a little, before mid
night. Several boards wcro thrown t'j
him and a boat In charge nt thu mate,
was lowered Immediately. The man
wns not found.
Hlx had beeu drinking. very heavily
and Captain Now hall rajs tho man
was suffering from Jcllrium tremons,
Ho vrns quite Insane for a couple of
days befoie he made away with 111 111
Captain GailaniT ami family nnd Dr.
Relf and family arrived In the schoon
er Carrie & Annlo this morning, Tho
vessel Is under charter lo tho Ameri
can Hoard of Missions nnd Is en route
to tho Marquesas Islands.
will be arrested for contempt of court
and taken before Judve Gear.
This nlatl fnp I'm .l)inlnB.lnn . I I
lei will doubtless prove effective but
choulil It for nay reason fall the next
Uiovo will be to station n force of U. S
deputy marshals at Iwllef, with order
t arrest inmates and Visitors for vlo
lotion of the Kdmunds law, njid in this
way by discouraging both patrons and
Inmates make the continuance of thu
nutsance most unprofitable.
The bond Is for (200 and Is signed
by W. II. Castlo and O. P. Castle. The
amount of tho bond was fixed at this
flgnro merel to cover costs of suit
should permanent Injunction full to
ltnie. The damages sustained by a
icmporarj Injunction against such a
business as Iwilel would havo no
recognition In law hince nn Indemnl
fjlug bond was not required.
The writ la made returnable next
Monday, when argument on tho merits
of the caso will be heard by Judge Gear,
In the meantime the corral Is closed.
The story of Iwilel is a long one.
The existence of the stockade, n place
of III fame, under the protection of
the police depirttncnt U a well known
story. The efforts of tho better ele
ment of Honolulu to close the stockade
hive met with resistance nnd discour
agement fiom tho IOxccuthe. nnd At
torney General's department. Tho
charges m.ido to Grand Juries byl
Judga llumrlirejs and by Juilgo Kstcc
of the Feder.il Court, wiro looked upon
nnd considered as impudent Interfei
!e"eo with the fixed and settled policy
'OI mo government.
How this executive and police, en
trenched Iniquity Is to be finally up
rooted, brings to the front tho story
of the long siege that had advanced to
tho point whero -Acting Governor
Cooper threw up his hnuds and begau
jelling. "Antl-lvvllei" himself.
Over n jenr ago Rev. Cory of the
Christian church, was stoned b) the
IcnJzcnH of Iwilel while conducting a
prnjer meeting within tho enclosure,
'1 can: from that prajcr meeting a
, determined antagonist to Iwilel, nn.l
"" wno-ncici i. lie nan tno tucking
or tbo other ministers of the clt
They knocked at tho gitOH of high au.
thorlty, but found no olllclal of the
Territory ready to Join them In tho
enforcement of law,
1 Judgo Humpbios twice In charges
tr Graud Juries, pointed out the ucccs-
8"y ' the suppression of this den. of
vice. Kacb time the Grand Jury found
rials did not net.
committed but cvldenco to convict
In the course of business the reports
of that term of Judgo Hcteo's court
wcro laid before tho Attorney General
nnd President of the United States,
special agent of tho Department
CAPTAIN MORSE TO RCTIRB.
Captain C. C. Morse, of tho ship I'oit
Georgu Is to retire from r tiro life
on lits return to San Franc Uto, The
captain has been coming to this port
for a great many jears and la one of
tbo best and moot tnvornU) known
skippers on tbo Pacific.
This morning, there was n reunion of
tne Morgo famy aIj(Kml tUP lmrk
.oumnli. t'anta n Mnrsn. 111. inn
"Grodle," mate of the Oljmplc nnd his
eldest son, Percy, agent here of tho
Ainerlcnu-llcwulluii Steamship Co,
met foi the first time In over a enr.
RUN OVER AND BEHEADED.
A white flremin on one of the l.lbua
plantation englncswns run over nnd
killed by his cngluo on Wednesday last
1 lie unfortunate man fell under the
moving engine nnd the wheels cut
his head nnd one of hi legs off. Ills
namo could not bo linrucd befma tho
Mlkahala Killed but the dead man Is
thought to have been n Gorman,
WILL TAKE A HRIDE.
Among tho select waterfront circles,
It Is rumoicd that the American ship
C 1', Sargeant will have a Initio nbnaid
when tho vessel leaves this port.
Introduces a Long Reso
lution Relative to In
IIOOGS AliO TRIES TO
HURRY THINGS ALONG
Oahu Gomittee Report Comes inThis
Island Asks for $937,50-Dickey
Talks on Appropriations and
Income Tax Laws.
The House met for a short session
this morning. At about 11:30 o'clock, a
recess until 2 o'clock mis taken.
DlcJioy made n feeble attempt to ex
pedite matters by Introducing the fol
Whereas, nil tho estimated Income of
tho Territory excepting the proceeds of
tho Income tax has already been ap-j
Whereas, tho highest estimate of tho
receipts from said income tax for the,
biennial period Is $704,000,
Therefore, be It resolved, That the
proportion of said amount duo to each
Island In accordance with tho propor-'
tlon of the estlmntej rcceicts from
each Is land be set apart as below nnd
that each Island committee apportion
the same ami report back to the House!
Itho Items to be Inserted in tho Appro-1
printlon bill to cover eame Onhu, 5014 '
per cent. 3M,5uO, Hawaii, 21 pcr
cent, 1,171,600: Maul nnd Molokal, 13,
per cent, S9i,rno, Knual and Nllbau,
11'4 per cent. 1S0.S00. Total, J700.000.
Resolved, further., Thut Items for
new Improvements In the several Isl
ands be postponed until an appropria
tion bill under tho unexpended balance
of a former loan bill, $799,000, Is In
troduced. C. II. DICKHY.
In support of bis resolution Dickey
"Gentlemen, all I wrnt In this Houso
Is falrm-os. that Is ill I nsk for. We
aro going about this business In tbo
wrong way. Here wo uro appropriating
$3,000,000 or $L000.000 while In reality,
nil we have to appropriate Is $700,000.
Now, by referring thli resolution to
a committee composed of one man from
ever Island, I tblnk that wn tout
hurry up mattvn. consldcrabl) ."
Mnkckau failed to see the point, and
moved to reject the resolution His
motion carried amid cries of unfair
ness from Dickey and ouu or two oth
ers. Hours declared that he had the prop
er plan of procedure and Introduce.
tho following resolution.
Ho It resolved, Tint tho Supreme
Court be Instructed to c'wlaro the "In
romo Tax 1ivv," constitutional forth
with. J. MONSAHRAT,
Per W. H. Hoogs.
Aklna directed tnat it be relegut-d
to the lowest depths of tho waste bas
ket Tho Oahu committee Introduced the
following report relative to the appro
priation for this hUnd:
Department of Public Works, $184,
$00; Sewerage, Honolulu, $44,500;
Roads and Dridges, $502,000; Water
Works, $09,000; Fire Department. '$34,
BOO; Commission of Public Instruction,
$S950, Commission jf Agriculture.
$2300 luard of Health. $31,200: grand
total, $DJ7,:;0, Signed by Makalnal,
Mahoe, Paele, Mojsmnu, Gllrlllnn.
Hoogs. Avlett, Kmmelutb, Kelkl nnd
Tho report wns referred to a com
mltteo of tho whole,
At this point, the House took a re-ess
until 2 o'clock.
ALOHA TO EM.EFORD CO.
Tho members of the Clleford Com
pany who departed Siturdajr In tho
Zealandla for San Francisco were giv
en a gre.it send-off at the wlurf. Those
of tho company yvho left In tho steamer
were: Mi nnd Mrs.-sCurl lllich. Mr
nnd Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Dollver, Iliby
I.lll'an, Mrs. dimming Little I'.velvu.
Will Walling, Tom D. Dates, Trunk
Wj man. Geo. Connors, Jose h llob-
crtB nnd Miss Adclaldo Lndd
Thtlr return welcome wsterday wai
ns Jolly as the send-off of the previous
THE PLYING J0UDAN8.
Practically ever) body Is going to
turn out tonight to tho circus as It Is
generally called. Strictly speaking,
tho Jordans' perfortnnnco Is not u cir
cus and has no menagerie, no horses
nnd short skirted equestrinncg leaping
through noops. nut it Is under mnvas
nnd therefore to all Invents and pur
poses a circus Todij thu Interior of
the big tent I n picture bf orderly con
fusion Tho tiers of seats are spring
Ing up like inushiuoms, thu stage Is
built nnd this morning tho pftture ma
chine mm was arranging his focus,
while the flio dancer's uu3lstunt vvus
buxy fitting plntn glass Into the floor of
thu stngo so that colored lights could
Hash from below. The hli.1i trnpeo
of tho Jordaim vviih nliendy In posi
tion high up b tho roof, ovci on ono
coinei Cilvlll cemented securelj the
glass of tho aquarium In which his
sister and himself disport, while out
side Seabury superintended tho dig
ging of the hole In which his shallow
dfv Ing tank Is to be placed. The pole
with Its platform near the top Is
braced and la position nnd has had a
crowd around It nil day figuring out
how the dive Is done. Hawallans par
ticularly are Interested In Scabur) t
Seats aro going rapidly at Wall,
Nichols today and the management
call attention to the fact that the 75
cent seats consist of comfortable chairs
placed on n gradual slope while every
scat In tho houso Is so nrrnnged that
a clear view of the stage can be obtained.
Notice anJ certificates nt um,..nl
tiiuu the Honolulu District Court Ii.iva
ceil filed 111 'ho First f'lrniK m 11..1
(an-wing criminal cas-M He hit. tx
fault and battery; Mark Koiu and
I'hun On. running lottery; Atitone
Ulrhnrd. Jr.. selllnc mliilieraioH mm.-
T'nnk Fisher, assault Lnd bitceiy on
nnio uinuuino, August Do Ucco,
Manuel Rocen Antone Corrcn, larceny
second degree; Ah Ung, Ah Choj, Ah
Tim, running ehe fa gamo; Ah Soon,
mm ult on police olflcr Kjwnreotr.
Kol'Ing adulterated milk; Emalli !.e
ahl. sIllng liquor without a K:euc;
Ah luig. otsault Mic battery; 'iVki
r.ima Mntsutndo, keeping homo of
prostitution; Ollwa Kane, needleaj
driving; Ng Pale, assault nnd bi'.tciv.
T.ese prisoners worn nil nrralgnol
In Judgo Gear's court this morning.
most of them nle.iillm? not inillu nti.i
having their cases continued to the
The suit In ejectment of Strauch vs.
Cecil Ilrown wns nrgurd hefore Judge
Gear this forenoon. The ease will bo
decided this afternoon.
Attorney General Dole asked Judge
Gear to allow Attorney Douthcrt tu
represent him ns deputj In his court.
The request wns refused.
Mngoon & Thompson, nttornejs for
defendant In the case of James J,
lijrne vs. P J, Voeller, In tho Supremo
Court havo filed a brief
SUIT FOR PARTITION. W,
Adelaide Schllef and John Schllef,
her husband, have brought suit against
tho following for the partition of cer
tain lands on this Island and Maul:
Joseph Clark, Alex. Lazarus, Henry
Smith ns guardian of Madeline II. K,
l.izarui, a minor, nnd Hlenzar K. Laza
rus, a minor. One piece of land Is nt
the northwest corner of King nnd
Punchbowl streets, nnotbrr Is on the
south slope of Punchbowl, the third
Is at KulaoVtahun, the fourth at tho
corner of Punchbowl nnd Palace wulk,
the fifth on the west corner of Maunu
ket street nnd tho Inst at liana. Maul
Kncli of tho defendants and Mrs.
Schllef own a one-fifth Interest In the
pieces of land enumerated
BASnUALL TEAM TO HILO.
The Maklkl baseball team will play
at Hilo on the Fouith of July ngnlnst
the Hilo tenm. Tho buin will leave
In the Klnnu tomorrow and Is compos
ed as follows: A. Louis, r; M. K.
Sylva, p, Jos. Santos, lb; Jno. Uento,
captain and 2b; Jno Holster, 3b; J,
Williams. s; Harry, It; Jno. Avlett,
cf; 11. Honnn, rf.
I1ERGSTROM In this city, June 25.
1001, to the wlfu of A. W. Uergstrom.
I'ilin .lull I'linting tit tin1 Bul
unci heivv to keep
tlicm HI) 1 s 1 1
1 IiIh Ih aHHurcd
by vv curing our
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