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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Vol. X. No. 1879.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 1. 1901.
Price 5 Oehts.
HOUSE IS Wli
FOR SENATE TO ACT
Nothing to Do at
BECKLEY PAYS COMPLIMENT
TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Representatives Wondering Whether
Carter's Scheme is to Keep the
Session Going Beyond the
Sixty Day Limit.
The House was again compelled to
wait for the Senate till morning. Al
though the great bill that the Scrota
has been considering for seven weeks
and which contrary to precedent car
rleu appioprlatlons for current expea
set as well as salaries passed some
time last weck.no word has been, .heard
from the Senate. It Is safe to say had
11 been In the House, the bill would
hao been written up ccr Sunday at
least and would have been ready for
the other house to consider the first
thing this moraine.
rtTlie House has passed four bills nnd
they are all In tho hands of the Sen
ate todaj The Senate has passed one
House, hill nnd one Senate bill and
amended one othet House bill In such
shape that the House 'would not cvon,omcc tn)g morning. E. V. Richardson
ask for, a, conference wltn the Sonata
but sent It back "without tnank.,".
Tho result Is the' House has 'been
meeting from day to day for nearly a
week now waiting for tho Senato'to do
something. As far as" the House Is con
cerned, the business of the extra ses
sion Is through It the Senate would
pass the House bills. It Is not impos
sible that certain elements In the Sen
ate hope to pass the sixty-day limit
nnd haw the Legislature again cxpln
by limitation without an appropriation
bill passed at nil. That Is one explana
tion glen In-the House for Senator
Carter's raise of 15000 on the session
expense appropriation bill, and It is
also posslblr one reaton tne House by
two votes which can not now bo recon
sidered refused to play into the hjinds
of that element nnd fy keeping the
appropriation well within the necessi
ties of the case hope to compel an early
adjournment of-the Senate.
There was nothing to do In the
House. They came to order about half
past ten, went through the ufcual for
malities of praer and roll call and ap
proving the minutes, tahing up u
much time ns possible In hopes that!
the sergeant at arms would announce
"a communication from tho Senate."
A communication from Wllder's S.I
S. Co In regard to the detention of
passengers desiring to go to Molokal i
on the L.cnua. claiming mai mc -"
imny did not know until. too late that
there weie. any such PfnSe ."
read and aid on the table. Deckley
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(leneral. Not that he thought anything
would come of it. for the Attorney
General was a member of the Hoard of
Health which hod been reported as re
fusing permission to the passengers or
Instructing the Wilder S. S. Co. to do
so, but simply because members of
thti bar said that the Attorney Gen
eral was not worth $100 per month out
sldo of his office and he wanted to glv
him something to do to help a little to
wards earning the salary he was draw
Ing. He declared that the statements
of the Hoard of Health, the steamship
company and the passengers who were
refused passage were at sore variance
and he was sure there was n "nigger In
tho wood pile" somewhere. He said
he knew something of the facts In the
pnsn himself nnd he thought It called
for Investigation. i
Dickey said he thougnt it was n poor
way to get a good opinion out of the
Attorney General to "Insult him and
Becklej ipplled that he had no expects
tlon of getting an opinion. Ho merely
wanted to refer the nutter to the At
torney General to see whether the com.
pany 4was not lolatlng the subsidy
Knimeluth fald It was no use io ex
pect these officials to have time to do
an.vtliing ror me peopie. mm ic-y
weic nil too luisy maintaining ineir
class privileges That It was a mere
waste of time to tend tl' matter to the
Attorney General for he was a very
too soo EACH
Ju-t above Wyllle St.
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Beietama, King, Piospect,
Anapim and other Streets
A neat little 'Cottage on
"busy" man. He would tabic tbo mat
tcr. And to the table it went.
The House then spent somo more
time deciding whether to take a recess
until 2 o'clock In the hope that the
Senate might get something down to
them or to give up for the day and be
gin again tomorrow. Mossman opened
the ball with a motion for a recess tilt
2 o'clock. Kumalae moved to adjourn.
Dickey seconded the. motion.. Kanlho
moel for a recess until 7 o'clock this
evening. Dickey said it was no use,
they could not get a quorum and he
moved to adjourn. Then Makckau
moved to adjourn also. Haaheo sec
onded the motion for a night session,
but the Speaker put the motion to ad
journ three times made first and It
carried "unanimously" the Speaker de
clared, although nearly halt the Hous.
voted against It.
Gold Headed Cane is
Presented to Shaw,
Jonathan Shaw was at the tax
office this morning giving the place a
few last touches, getting it ready for
his successor, J, W. Pratt. Last Sat
unlay at noon, when Mr. Shaw return
ed from lunch, he found on his table q
beautiful gold headed ranc, the gift of
the employes In tho office, it was pre
sented without formality of nny kind
and wub accepted as an evidence of
the esteem In which the chief of tha
office Is held by those who bare worked
with him. 1
Mr. Sbaw went Into the tax office In
1SD3, as an appoints under Theo. C.
Porter, .Minister ot'Flnancc. Ho says
the only regret he feels In rotirlng
from public office. Is that which cornea
from severing the pleasant relations
with coworkers and other officials. Mr,
Shaw took occasion to express him
self as deeply conscious of courtesies
received from the. public during tha
term of his sen Ice. ' .
J. w. I'ratt assumed charge or tnoi
took a step upwards In the Water
Works '.department, succeeding J. V.
Pratt as chief clerk .
On Wide Pacific
The Nippon ManiBqcUl & Athletic
Club gives notice to the Nippon Mam's
passengers that it is the lntentiou "to
make the Fourth of July a day of cali
bration long to be remsmberot by
Jn the morning there will be athletic
aames and flieworks. In the afcernoot.
orations and a luncheon and in the
evening a fancy dress Lbll.
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
Alexander Liholiho Council
I At a specially called meeting of tho
Alexander Liholiho Council of Kauosn
No. 1, by Henry E. Cooper, Deputy
.Legato ot'tho Supremo Council of tho
?,V of tno A. & A. S. II. of tho Southern
f..l-.ll.tn !.. Tftn,l Olnlno lit
, t, followluK offlccrs WPtfl
I elected and appointed for tho ensuing
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Hreceptor; Albert Van Cllcf Gear, First
Sub. Preceptor; Lemuel Clark Abies,
Second Sub. Preceptor; K. C. Drown,
Chancellor; Samuel L-mls Rumsey,
Orator; Joshua Daniel Tucker, Almon
er; David Dayton, Recorder and Trens
urcr; E. It. Hath, Master of Ceremon
ies; George Waldo Hurgesj. Turcopllcr;
Arthur Morgan Drown, Draper; Georgo
David Gear, First Deacon; Edward
Stretz Boyd, Second Deacon; Louis
Marks, Dearer of First Standard; Da
ld Kawananakoa, Dearer of Second
Standard; William George Ashley,
Ulter of Third Standard; Benjamin
Halo Norton, Lieut, of Guard; Thco
doie Hoffman, Sentinel.
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Col. J. W. Jones Is hoping that tha
National Guard may pars In review be
fore Adjutant General Corbln vvhlU
paiadlng on the Fourth of July,
nenernt rorhln Is exnectcd to arrive
i tn8 transport Grant duo tomorrow
or next duy. corbln IS on nis way to
make an Inspection of tho Philippines
army Bervlce nnd will doubtless spend
a few das In this port. An effort will
bo made to Induce tne general to re
main In Honolulu over the Fourth, that
he mav form an Idea as to thu char.
acter of the Hawaiian militia us well!
as tho condition of tho Federal army
The National Guard and the Flro
Depaitment will furnish about th
only thing In tho way of a celebration
that Honolulu can boast of on tho
Fourth. Tho Guard U ordered to as
semble at the drill shed at 7:30 on
the morning of the Fourth for parade.
Special attention Is called to the
change In the hour of nssmbly from 8
Chief Thurston of tho The Depart
ment was In conference with Col. Jones
tl.ls morning nnd It was decided that
I the department should also turn out In
i Ihc parade will start from tho drill
shed net Utcr than i;lr and go over
tho follswliig lino or niarcn: j rom inu
drill shed to Uerctnnla street, to rori,
to .Merchant, to tho Capitol grounds
where tho parade will pass In review
and march directly to the drill shed.
Tho line of march Is mado short and
the time set early In order thnt mem
bers of tho Glial d may escape tho heat
of the day and their work finished In
time to allow tho bos to nmkn an
early btait for tho boat inces or uttcud
any other ovents planned for the day.
Nuvi wharf No. 1 Is Inbu. Tho Phlla
delphta is coaling there and U the firs'
rcgulur nav vessel to enter. the slip.
Respondents File Demur
rer to Fitch's
BIG GRIST OF PROBATE
Judge Gear, .Grants Divorce to Mrs,
WooHeri',1on Grounds of Non-Support-Cases
Andrews, Peters & Andrade, for tho
defendants, John Ena, Tadcmoto
Ozawa, Eugene, .Sullivan and Kane-
matsu, In the matter of the injunction
uguiiim 4wiui,;iii a uimurrer iu tuoi
complaint in Judge Gear's court this I
morning. The demurrer Is based on
tho following grourids: That the com
plaint does not state facts sumclwl o
grant equitable or any relief; tht sev
eral causes' of action have been Im
properly Joined; that the court ban no
jurisdiction to determine 1be ,qii.atlon
or damages, sitting wiinom a jury;
that there Is n non-Joinder of parties;
that the bill Is ambiguous and Im
properly entitled. (Tbo demurrert will
be argued at 1:30 p. m. today.
The respondents made a sepnrato re
turn .W tho order to show cause In
which It Is alleged that the proceed-
lugs .have not been proper, that 'there
IV IIU UU1BUUIU ttllilll tail 11V Ilk iicsi-ui
enjoined by this court as shown by tho
affidavits of Oz&wa and Knnematsu.
These affidavits declare that no bawdy
house was being run or kept by them at
Iwllet at the time the Injunction was
served on them June 27, and that such
a place has not been kept or main
tained since that date.
Thomas Fitch, In bohalf of the com
plainants, maintained that this was
new matter nnd raised a question of
fact which he would like to have tlm
to meet with evidence. The point was.
waived by the attorneys for the defen -
dants and argument on the demurrer
set for this afternoon.
Petition for tbo appointmeut of a
guardian for-Frances and Gladys He
bron, minors, has been filed by Thos.
The case of A. 11. Tltlow vs. Albert
Whyte et al., has been continued for.
In the cstato of J. R. Williams, tho
report of P. D. Kellctt, master, on the
annual account of W. It. Castla as
executor has been confirmed and tbo
lly consent, the suit of Franz Buch
holtz vs. W. II. Castle has been con
tinued to tho AuguU term.
Judge Gear rendered a decision to
day In tho case of Frank Llllls vs.
James Carty, finding for defendant.
Tho BUlt was ono for recovery of tbo
nurchaso nrlco of a horse, plaintiff
claiming the soundness of the animal
In the cstato of Elizabeth K. Bing
ham the court has approved tho final
accounts of tho executors and confirm
ed the report of the master.
Tho second annual account of Char
lea B. Cooper, guardian of tRoynold B.
McGrcw, has been approved and the
report of Geo. A. Davis, master, con
firmed. Tho report of J. A. Thompson, mas
ter of tho accounts of Ah Lan, admin
istrator of tho estate of Ah Chee, bas
been confirmed and discharge of ad
Judge Gear granted a divorce today
n Mnrv Wootten from her husband.
Henry G. Wootten, on tho ground of
An order was made today by Judgs
Gear approving the accounts and
granting tho discharge of John Ena
as administrator of tho estate of Ju
FROM THE ORIENT.
Among tho through passengers In
the Nippon Mam aro Mrs, J. M.. JJell,
wirn nf rtrleadler General J. M, Bell
who lately passed through here, Col,
II C. Cochrane, U. S. M. C, who has
lately gained much notoriety In the
East, G. P. Dor P. A. Ta master, U. S.
N., F, W, Djson an astronomer sscut
by the British Government tn Suma
tra I'av Clerk W. M. Cllllck.. U. S. N..
Chevalier de Melotte, Belgian Consul
at Tien Tsln, Ensign Dudley Knox, U.
S. N Capt. Guy O. I'ulmer, U. S. A. and
wife, David Potter. U. S. N II. Tauaki,
Japanese Commissioner to laqulro Into
tho financial standing of different for
eign powers, Lieut. R. II, Townley, U.
S. N J. L. I'phnm of a well knnvvu
Ban Francisco firm, I.leut. Col. C. Wa
tanabe, going to Washington on oillclnl
liurlness for tho Mikado, Pajmartu- It.
II. Woods of tho V S. S Monpcncy, and
C'aptalnB C. II. Davis and Goodwin, 11.
NATIONAL GUARD BENEFIT
Special efforts are being made, to
imtcrtaln tho audience at tbo National
c!U1,rd benefit this evening Tho riy-
Inir .lordnns will Introduco scvcr.il
sensational feats In which Miss Nellie
plays tho part of tho handball, being
tossed from ono to iiaolhor of her pa-
reutK wbllo they aro suspended from
tho top of tho canvas. Ucrgcr's baud
will ho In attendance! and glvo n regu
lar concert during tho evening Tho
icglmcut has sold a large number of
tlcktls which aro being exchanged for
reserved scats ut Walls, Nbhols and a
packed house, or Miner tent is expect
ed. Ono great featuro of the last act
on tbo program Is the complete somer
sault turned In midair by Mrs. Jordan
on ber way from the II) Ing trapezo to
ber husband who catches here by tho
wrist and returns her to the platform.
The feat Is made unusually perilous by
reason of the climate rendering Jor
dan's hand perpetually slippery with
perrplratlon which, combined with the
silk tights of his fair partner makes It
a hard matter to grasp a flying athlete
by the heels and swing them back to
the flying bar.
Seabury will dive promptly at 7:30
this evening and the performance
starts at 8:15 sharp. Several patriotic
features arc. to be introduced Into the
bill and an unusually good entertain
metn will be furnished the crowd.
The coming of the American hark
Sea King to port started a disturbance
which will, have a hearing In tho l'ollco
Court and In the United States Court If
the threats of some of tho sailors and
n policeman arc carried out.
When Pilot I.ourctuen boarded tha
vessel Captain Walhvo was In a ruga
over the slowness of things at this port.
He claimed that he had spoken Dia
mond Head nt 1.30 o'clock Saturday af
ternoon and asked to be reported. He
.ia lr.1.1 Hint t'fen una nn lnmnulnl.
cation wltb town
,a D0 nrr;(j (
As ho arrived off the harbor so lato
the doctor did not go cut and tho tug
under the circumstances did not go out.
In bringing the ship to an anchorage
tho mate, Douglass, had his foot bad
ly mashed by tho anchor chain nnd In
the evening Captain Wallace came to
town to get modlcal attendance. When
the vesscl'catne Into the harbor jeitcr
day mornlpg the patrol wagon was sent
to the wharf to get the Injured man
and take him to the hospital. As the
officers with tho str4her attempted
to board the 'vessel they were met by
the captain and second mate, who said
vcry naRhtj n0rds to them and re
fused to nllow them aboard. For the
on ww -mm
naughty and bad things he said to the' eventually own the whole of our fer
officers, the captain Is going to bo com- tile land. The reasons are plain. Wa
plained of at police headquarters. The, have not the facilities nor the re
inlnrerl mntn wns llnallv cot ashore to sources nor the land.; -Coifee has prov-
tho Queen's Hospital where It wns
found necessary to amputate three ol,
his toes. ' j
Now there are three of the ships,
company ashore looking for the United
States Marshal so they can have the
injured malo and the cook arrested.
Harry Dear complains of Mate Doug
lass and says ho has witnesses to
prove that he was brutally beaten and
kckod by the mate during the trip
Carroll, another seaman, says that the
cook tried to carve him with a big
butcher knife because he kicked about
Captain Wallace Is well Uiown her
and regarding him his friends say thai
the trouble nil arose over tho gentl
way In which Wallaco has of express
ing himself, which Is not nlns under
stood by strangers.
Corbin is Coming
Tho transport Hancock with Arlju
tant General Corbln nn 1 other no'ablcM
aboard Is looked for from San Fran li
co this afternoon. She was to have lei
tho Coast on the 26th of June and It 1
thought she will bo hurried along sr.
an to make the stay here as long as
Tho neighborhood of Punchbowl and
Emma street was stirred up last night
by a Bcrimmagt between Officer Sllva
and a gang of crap shooters. The war
assumed such dimensions that Deputy
tit i.n AfflnAf. Hll va
Sheriff Chllllngworth went to tho res
cue of his subordinate. Sllva was bat
tered In the faco, ho claims by one
Freltas. Chllllngworth himself was
struck in the face by tho same man.
The wounds of Sllva were dressed by
CAPTAIN DAVIS DBAD.
The American hark Coryphenc ar
rived from Newcastle jesterday In
charge of Mate R. it. Grlndley. Cap
tain Davis who left tho Colonies In
charge of the vessel died of mulailal
fever on June 3d and was hurled al
Captain Davis was well known hern.
He leaves a wife and family in Alame
da. The dead skipper wab about sLty
j ears of age.
INCOME TAX LAW,
The Income tax taking effect toduy,
ore of tho first duties of J. W. Pratt.
tho now assessor, was to send out
blanks to all the firms In the city on
which to make their returns. Theso
blanks will bo forwarded to all ,ienili
In tho Islands ns quickly as me (orce
in tho oftlco can get them out.
m i m
AT MURPHY HALL.
Tho concert at tho Francis Murphy
hall last Saturday night was again fa
vored by a full attendance and tho
program was ns usual bright and In
stinctive. Tho meeting was presided
over by Itov, Mr. Bancroft. Music was
furnlbhcd by Ernest Wilson and oth
ers. Tho ball will bo open each night
M. P. D.
Calls at the House
TEL. BLUE 621.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED ,
The Olaa Dirt Goes -Into
Hands of Small
BOYD NOT TO WAIL FOR
U.S. LAND LAWS HERE
Will Also Make Every Effort to Pre
vent Public Domain from
Being Gobbled by
Land Commissioner K. S Uoyd by
proclamation published today, traus-.
fcrs about 1500 acres of the Olaa lands
to small settlers This Is only u short
step In tho proposed vigorous policy
which the Commissioner will pursue In!
allotting lands to small holders. At
iivrviil uic-ir mc I'll mu in 1110 mini .
office over-300 applications for small
lots of tho public domain. These w 111 .
be taken up and ac,en-a. fast as
P "We Are going to be liberal In our
will not embarrass 'them with high j ,
i,T"i"mer,Irn.nt"rvherI..nrir.rnS -'" took .occasion ,to sharpl crltl
! wTe tUrn,"B V 'l tm,clse the Inaction of the-Attorney Gen
e? C?H::i .- -. ..i- erat In the case saying lhat his neglect
I uciic.e in ciii.ius uu.vu ur ,,.ui-i
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S,J11.B'. ".' ?.?" .ean..re y .?" U Al". ' ' nnonthe Court. At the close of the de.
me i until amiL'H ihuu .wi art lb-
the United States land laws arc is
tabllshed here, the sugar planters will
cd a failure nnd 1 am certain that small t
farming woum De encouraged unuer
the operation erf the United States Innd
laws, unmouined. My idea is to gtvo
very liberal homestead agreements to
good settlers, under the right to pur
chase lease. The tracts should range
from 20 tn 40 acres. Under the form
'of contract wo arc making, settlers
may obtain title In from two to twenty
one years to suit themselves.
"That the settlers' will hold ontOueK enture,
their lands Is proved by tho record of
Mnlulua, Walpunulau and walkau
malo. Many small formers settled tn
these localities In 189S, on farms'rnn
ning from CO to 75 acres, they haw
refused offers of as high as IC0 per
acre for their land. Out of the original
sixty-seven settlers nl right have
Fold out. These farmers aro happy and
prosperous. They raise cane and sell It
to tho mills
I believe that wherever
available land near sugar mills can bo
opened to the Bmall rcttler, ho bhould
huve It. The best crop is ane.
"The nctlv Ity In this branch of the
land department s based on the settle -
ment of tho quest on of the legality of
land lenses and sales, raised by I ederal
In the Executive Council this morn
ing an application of Mr. Spcltz of
Katlhlwal, Kauai, for a liquor license
was read but not recommended owing
to tho 3inallncss of the district,
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his ranch In Knhlklnul. Tho proposl
tlon was favorably considered.
A jietltlon came In, through the Land
Commissioner, signed by citizens of
Kcnnao protesting against the rumored
purposes of tho Hawaiian Commeiclal
Cornpany,,Kehcl nnd others to divert
water from Keanae and Wlaluanul No
action wns taken In the matter.
J. H, Boyd presented maps of the
railway Una In Olaa.
THB MARQUARDT CONCERT.
The Marquardt concert promises to
bo nn event In the musical line and
much Interest Is being tnken by tho
imblle. The program will Include a
number of features, one of which will
be by Heir Mnrqunnlt. llf will play
for a violin solo a fnutasla on the sex-
tette from Lucia. Madame Marquardt
will play some new harp solos, and. In I
addition, will wear some handsome lm-1
ported gowns for the first time. James)
D. Dougherty, a tenor vv 1th u good I
voire, him i nnsonted to nnncai und will I
contribute a number entirely new. The
w hole program promises to be an artis
KAMALO CASE AGAIN
lu tho Supremo Court this morning,
tho Kumalo tuso which was given a
place onl) last Saturday, was stricken
from the calendar on notion of A. O.
M. Robertson. Geo. A. Davis file. I the.
following ntlldavlt lu tho matter- I,
Georgo A. Davis, solicitor In equity.
make oath unit say
"That tho compltto record In this
rnuso was filed wltb tho clerk of this
Supreme Court by Mr Ballon ono ol
tho counsel for appellants nnd he stal
ed to mo that tho record was cqmpleto
and nil requirement's for placing the
rnso upon tho calendar had been com
piled with. And that ho had no objec
tion to placing the caM upon the
calendar of (bis Juuo term.
Secondly, that A (1 M. Robertson,
another counsel, stat s lu open court
that ho was not lemly to arguo tho
chuso and that Mr llnnkey was r,v
at this tlmo and these weio tho only
objections ho urged
Thlul that Mr. Hankey was not coun.
scl In this i.ult on the trial thereof but
was employed attci thv evidence wns
submitted; that in the Interests of
Justice it is Important and urgent that
this cause be placed on tne calendar
this term of this court; that the Issue
Involved herein have been found for
the plaintiffs and a decree entered up
and for and awarding the plaintiffs as
trustees for the corporation 133,000 lu
cash and 1120,000, or I he return of that
amount of stock ad the court below
found actual fraud conspiracy and con
version by the defendants of stock and
money of the corporation.
That substantial Juitke requires that
this cause be placed on the calendar
and I say that the defendants are seek
ing to evade and delay the hearing of
this suit without good cause and sub
ii iifiif tax
At a meeting of the .Merchants' As
sociation of Honolulu held Saturday
afternoon tho constitution and b)-laws
as drafted were accepted. Action wal
taken regarding the new income tax
which goes into effect today and It
was the sense of tha meeting that tho
Hoard of Directors take steps to In
quire Into the constitutionality of the
tax bill. .
E DISMISSES SMITH
The decision of Judge Gear on the
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in his decision Judge Gear quoted
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cision, tnq.Aiiorney unerni assca cut
permission of the Court to.tnAko a'
Ktatement by 'way of explanation.1
TOMMcTIGHE BRANCIIBS OUT.
Tom McTlgbe. for sixteen years con
nected with the house of Macfarltno
A- Co., has started out on Ms, own ac
count having become a member of thi
new liquor firm of Oomcs & McTlgbe,
.13 King street. Tom McTlghe Is one of
the best known and popular men of tho
town. He Is one of the most
genial men of the business circles and
Is sura to have a good patronage for his
Strike on Miknhala.
There was a strike of Japanese deck
Imnds ou'the Mlkanala un ber Iak trlp.
The men refused to work cargo be
tween the vessel and landings at S
o'clock In the morning. They were
put ashore by Captain Crrgory and the
unrk ilnnn with the remainder of tho
i jeck force.
j Muhukonn Shipping,
ArrvaUJul c 2,. brRt Conuelo, Page,
, j from San francl!co. c.neraI mer.
, civinjlit to Hawaiian Railway Co.. Ltd.
, ., ,, scm. Mnnu i. CaW. Olsen.
to days from Newcastle, N. S. W; coal to
Koh.ila Sugar Company.
Departures June 21, schr. John G.
North, for Port Townsend, In ballast,
and Mary Dodge, Oiwi, foi San Francis
co, with 750,05 pounds sugar, valued at
FOX At Honokua, Hawaii, June 20,
1901. of typhoid malarial fever, Mary
Ida Fox, only daughter of Keahla
lnka and Charles II. Fox, aged 7
jfiitH, 7 months and It days.
A. It. Blndt wants some cottages for
some desirable tenants. See his ad lu
the Want column.
, The Evening Bulletin,
75 cent per
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