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Vol. XL No. 1913.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1001
PmdH 5 Gentb.
CHIEF JUSTICE FREAR SETS
PAUIA FREE ON BAft
Pending Decision of the Supreh
Court on "Appeal From Judge
Gear's Decision Dis
The Cltcult Court convened tliU
Morning at 9 o'clock with tho Jury
promptly In the box at thai early nour.
The trial ejectment case of Slater Al
bertlna s, Kaplolanl Ustate was at
once resumed and lasted through tho
Frank Pahla, committed to Jail by
Judge Rear (or contempt, was released
today by Chief Justice Frcar on cash
bill of S.'.0, pending the determination
of the appeal filed In the case by At
torney A. a. M. Jlobertson.
Pahla was committed to Jail for con
tempt because he refused to obey tho
Court's older to recoqvey n certain
piece of land purchased from a minor,
with an estate under tLc guardianship
of the court. After committment,
Judge Krear ordered that n writ of ha
beas corpus Issue in behalf of Pahlu,
returnable to Judge dear. After hat
ing the matter under advisement for
some time, Judge Clear dismissed the
,wrlt and remanded Pahla to the cus
;ltod of the High Sherlfl. An appeal
from Judge Gear's order was filed by
A. G. -M. Robertson. This morning,
that nttorne) went before Chlof Jus
tice Prcar with a motion to release his
client on ball, pending n decision of the
Supicme.Court on the appeal, The mo
tion was promptly allow cei nnd cash
ball In the amount of 50 fixed. Tho
inonev was deposited with the High
Sheriff and Pahla went his way smil
ing. A lemarktblo condition now- exists In
the habef.s corpus situation In the
courts of Hawaii. Prisoners released
by Judge Gear on writs 01 habeas cor
pus. hae been iclmprlsoned by the or
der of the Attorney General, who re
fuses to 1 ring their cases before the
Orand Jury which, has been In session
for the put wek. On the other hand
n prisoner to v horn Judge Gear denied
release on a, tit of habeas corpus
set freo by a supreme Judge on appeal
und motion, of the defendant. The ad
mission of Pahla to his liberty on ball
may be taken in a eol'aternl ncku'iv I
uU'iiient of f'J Culcf Justice u' tne
prlsoneis right to appeal. It Is more
over, quite apparent that there Is a
abt dlffeienco In nn appeal by a defen
dant who Is deprlted of his liberty nnd
un appeal b) the state.
With all the battering nnd twisting
and hauling and pulling of hair, the;
ancient and honorable wilt of habeas
corpus scarcely knows Itself In Hawaii,
HB TIIRUW A BRICK.
Wong Sick Poou, a Chinaman with
n badly cut arm, appealed at the police
station this foicnoon und complained
that ho had been attacked by a Chi
nese taipenter, Gok Hlng b) name.
Tills Is the star) ho told
Yesterday morning while he was
working w'lh bricks at the new build
ing on Maunakea strtet, Gok Hlng.
who was up at the top of the building
threw n brick at hlri, for what reason
he could not tell. Tho mlsslc stmick
him full In the back and laid him out
for several minutes. When he was able
to talk, he naturally remonstrated with
the man who thicw tho bilck. Ho was
ery ansrj and told him what Ha
Nothing was done at that time but,
this morning as he was sitting nt his
bteakfast in one of the Chinese restau
innts Gil; Hlng entered the room and,
unking n run at him. poked n long Iron
bar Into his arm with the result of a
ery deep wound. Wong Sick Poon
mis that the whole thing Is a schemo
to get him to quit woik on the build
ing In order that one of the friends of
(ink Hlng can bo s ibstituted in his
place. A wanr.nt will be Issued for tha
micst ot the Chlnnman and tho case
will come up in the Polite Court Mon
Vnr gin. eries ring up nine 911.
HARD TIMES ARE THE
DCST TEST OF A NEW
suburb : : : : :
Trie fact that THREE.. RESI
DENCES aro NOW IN COURSE Of
ERECTIN, bids for another about to
be opened ssrd plars for several rrorj
in the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA FIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to
wards College Hills.
The approaching operation of the
car line and water plant makes Im
mediate occupation possible.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
Men Who Play Ball
j The Capitol-Judiciary baseball game
win ue piacd next satin day afternoon
at the old cricket grounds in Maklki.
The game will begin promptly at 3
The nine from the Judiciary building
will be made up from the 'following
places hate not jet been assigned:
Geary, Lucas. , P. D, .Kellett, J. A.
Thompson, Krtua 5, Kopa, . Robert
King, Fred Wright J. M UlunabelcA.
G. Kaulukoii and S. Mnhauln. The
Capitol team Is as follows: Da j ton, c;
Richardson or Nanl Lemon, p; Tread
way, ss; Mahelona, lb; Kaanol, 2b;
Woodward, 3b; Chllllugvvorlh. If; Po
ters, cf; O. Rose, rf; substitutes, Cum
mins, Sherwood, Kuplhea and Ktillkc.
HOMES AT WAIMEA.
The fame of Wnlmca, Hawaii, as a
summer resort promises to recclvo a
new Impetus from the enterprising
l-nncl Commissioner, K. S. tlo)d. The
niw proposition is to surtf) and lay
out adjacent lands into fire acre lots
for summer homes. It is figured that
100 homes of this character can bo
protlded. If the step Is taken the land
will not be available until the first of
FINDS BOY THAT STOLE
MONEY SHORT WHILE AGO
Ah Cheong Confesses Whole Thing
Because Ah Tai Would
Not Give Him His
Ah On, tho plucky little Chinese po
lleo oftlcei. Is becoming quite a do
tectlto. He did a piece of worn ) en-
ls,t"day thathasraiucdjmrprlsc nmong
oven those ti tho officers who know
him best. Uy means of following up
various clues which he has had tor n
day or two ha succeeded in locating
tho pet son who stole $132 from th
home or i:. k. l.liilehua in l.eleo not
Ions ago. ft
At tho time tho theft was discor
ded, Llllehua took a native boy to the
I'oiico Station and stnted that ne be
Moved him to be the one who had
stolen thu money Iron his loom. An
Investigation was made by the Deep
uty High Sheriff, which did not show
n shadow of suspicion is thu direction
of tho boy, so hi was allowed to go.
The cease has been hanging (lie
elu"e then nrd tho police have been
searching for n c'ue to tho robbery.
lestculny morning Ah On got on tho
trull ot the thief, and by night lime
had him safe In a tell nt tho Peillco
Station. Ho Is a Chinese boy. Ah
Ciicong by name, nnd he has eon
lessed the wholo thing. 'Ihta la the
story ho told tho Dcput) Sheriff:
"I s'ole tho money and then pio
ceeded to "blow In about Jt'ii of it. I
put f"0 In tho hands of Ah I'al n
Iriend of mine, and told him to mind
It for me. I also told him that I had
stolen tho money. Later on I went
for the tnonej, and An Pal told mo
that I had bettti get out of tho touu
try. He would keep the money, and if
I undertook to tnke any steps toward
gsttlng It, ho would give tho whole
"I became cry ninth frlghtcncl,
and when Ah Fat succeeded In get
ting passage for me on the lvvalanl, 1
went o Knual in care ot the steward.
Ah Ho. I remained on Kauai for some
little time, but, not having any money.
Ah Ho brought me back to Honolulu.
I am conlesslng because Ah ral vvoull
not give me my money.'
Tim steward of the lvvalanl was the
man who first gave tho Information
to Ah On, but tho police ofTlcer go'
track of the thing through some
friends of tho steward to whom h.'
had bteu talking. Tho stewnid tlnlnu
tlint ho loaned $.'D to Ah Chtong.
In tl. Police Court .its loremion
Ah Cheong pleaded gulltj to the
charge of laiceny In the first degree
und was committed to the Circuit
Court for trial. Ali.Jtat vvflfi nrrpHtn.l
ahls morning. "ami lie will Appear on
Monday inclining. Ah Cheong his
ronfeiiscd rvcr.vtlilnir nnd even nkuil
1 ed gulltv In tho Police Court.
CIII.NEHE CONSUL PLEASED.
The Court of Fire Claims held an
executlvo session today. This week
ran been devoted to thn consideration
of tho Chinese consular claims. A
large number of these have been sub
mitted and preliminary action taken
Consul Wing Wei Pin hrs been present
at a number of the tesslons. Ho ox
prefses great satisfaction with method
of the couit nnd tho prop-ess mado.
MEETING OF MERCHANTS.
Tho Mei chants' Association will hold
n meeting at the office of the Hawa
iian Tiust Company for tho purpose
of considering tho quetitlon of bring
ing further cases to test the Income
tax lnvv. Other subjoe's In connection
v Ith tho shipping nnd common e of the
Islands may bo discussed.
Six room cottago, nlco jnrd. See To
WHAT BASEBALL MEN
The Dulletln bascballlst contest Is
going llko vvlld-flre. It Is undoubted!)
the most popular thing of the kind that
has been proposed In Honolulu for
many )caii. 'flic bo)s are all verj in -
inusiasuc over it as was reacuiy seen
by tho remaiks on the subject aV,the
cupprcscntatlon in the club looms of
tile Honolulu Athletic Club last i veil
ing. One c the j.rluJpil plovers in
the Honolulu team said
"The Uullctln Is the oi.ly paper lint
has done the square thing by tl uae
ball pla)ers. While tho othr rpfi3
of tho city have written up the gamU
there has ahvajs been somo rojst at
tached to the games that has not lucu
quite to the liking of tho boys. rk?y
were all out In the Interest of sport mi I
played the best way they knew how.
"Now the Advertiser roaBted ore
game In particular, about threo weeks
ago, and the opinion of the best pla)
ers of the city who saw this game, said
at the time that it was one of the best
of the season. Now, If we were pro-
fcsslonnl pla) ers, we would not have
had a word to say but we were only
a lot of tho fellows struggling foi tho
isa f-a fa ta fa r fta P Pa Ti ! aa n
XI 0F THE HID
The prize offered by the llulletln.
which Is on exhibition In tho window
of II. F. Wlchmnn, 517 Port street, for
the most popular lnseball plaer, has
been much admired and aroused a
great amount of cnthuslaf.nl among
the loveis of tho sport, nnd Judging
from the number of votes that have
been deposited at this office, the con
test has appealed to the people from
Beginning Monday, August 12, the
standing of the contestants voted for,
will be published each evening In the
llulletln until tho close of the con
test. In addition to the coupons to be cut
from the first page of the llulletln,
uew subscribers are to bo given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 050 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
These coupons arc detachable and
must be torn from the subscription re
ceipts nnd deposited In tho ballot box
the same ns the first page coupons. It
will be neen that for IS. the subscrip
tion price of the Hvenlng llulletln for
one )ear, "."0 votes nre allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the same
amount of money would buy on!) 100
votes if spent for single copies of I'm
llulletln on the .street. Ihc sum of SI
wilt bu) eighty votes if spent fur
eighty single copies of the llulletln
with the mwsbo.vs or at the business
office. This amount of money, If ex
changed foi a receipt for n six months'
subscription to the Uullctln, will se
cure 3o0 votes. One dollar for cine
Hull's subscilptlon to the weekly edi
tion entitle k the subscriber to 100
WAMLUA HOTEL OPEMNfT.
Tho Walalua Heath Hotel will l,n
thrown open to the public next lues
day. Iho rooms at tho popular reooit
have been turnlshul in tho latest
style, tho kitchen has hsen povided
with a flrpt-clnBs chef nnd a range sec
ond to none In tho Islands. Tho dining
room Is arianged so that tho cooliiij
breezes from the bit nnd mountain
may be obtained lit all times, and
there is a general appearance of torn
fort to tho whole place. A number of
tho stockholders In the now hostelry
will go down tho road on the afternoon
rain Tuesday to spend tho night nt
the hotel. Nearly ait the looms have
been taken for that night.
HACKFELD h. IMVIflK
HmployeB of II. tinckleld & Co an I
I' II. Oavles & Co. nre organizing loot
ball teamt. which will plnj a gain In
Ottnlin. l'eiey Jlor'se, w 10 wag lino
of the best p'aveis tho Univoisltv ,if
California cvti put on thu gridiron,
will have chaise ot tho UatKfcM team
and expects it to g
31 Itself. ' ' -P
give a good account
The games will bo under the rules I
of the Intercollegiate games, nnd ii i
Aarm time is expected. Ordeis hnvo'
been sent to tno Coast lor suits and
other necessary paraphernalia.
INA.NKING A TttEATY PORT.
Hongkong. Aug. 2. Tho commis
sioner of customs has left Wn Chnu for
Nanking, province of Quang See, to
open the latter ns a trial) port. .
Tho Ilrltlsh waishlp3 Glory, Kcllpse
and Daphne arrived unexpected!) to
day nt Amoy. All is quiet there.
MOST PbOPLL PATRONIZE THE
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DOST Oll?
Call up BLUE fl'JI when you wish
to send anything down town, and re
quest j our dealer to send your goods
home by the M. P D Co.
Prompt delivery and.... '
careful attention assured.
life of baseball In this country and con
sequent!) did not deserve what was
written nbout us. On the other hand
the llulletln has rlwajs given us a
1 square ikol and we don't mind salug
that we Intend to stand b those who
stood by us.
Another player snld: "Your base-
Inlllst contest for a diamond ring Is
what all tho bo)s are talking about
Jutt now and the llulletln Is alvva)
mentioned favorably wherever I go.
i:ven the girls are getting busy cutting
out coupons foi thslr favorites nnd
each afternoon, the first paper asked
for Is the Uullciiu. It has not only
done nil this but it hus put new life
Into baseball. Assured of the help of
the llulletln, the bos nre going ahead
with this winter league scheme and In
a few weeks ou will pec four fine
teams In the nil.!, ready to compete for
the honor of foi.ilnif out ahead In the
rate. Some of tV plnjcrs that will be
free t. account of th cessation of the
Star. Honolulu A'hlet'c. Malle-lllma
nnd Artillery teams, will Join other
teams so thai there will be four cracJt
teams In the W."
Jtj pa rU Pa p; M !". f Pa Pjj tw fa r-i
Hlto. Aug. S. The phii to have mod
trn wharf facilities In illlo. mentioned
In this paper several months ago, was
consummated )cstcida) when the Illlo
Doflc Co. wns orgniii'ed with F 11
McStocker, pies'ilcnt, J. August Hum
jerg, vice ficsul nt, I, l'eck, treasur
er; J. A. Scott, uocrctary, and II, T
Guard, audltoi. 1 heso with C. C Ken.
ncdy nnd W. II. C. Campbell, consti
tute the board of directors. Tho capita)
is JlOO.OOti divided Into 100U shares nt
$100 each. At the meeting $70,500 wn
subscribed and un application will nt
once be made for u charter.
It Is the intention of the companv to
Immediately proceed with tho con
struction of sufficient v.narfagc to ne
commodate the largest vessels entering
the harbor. A dock extending several
hundred feet out into the biy will be
built oi) the Illlo sido of the Klnan
wharf so that vessels may hy along
aide and discharge their cargoes. The
tracks of the IIIU Railway Company
will be built ulonf the water front and
nut on the wharf so tlut cargois may
be handled fiom u-ss-il to cuis at the
least possible expense. Herald.
Illlo, Aug. St. A meeting of the
Planters' Association or the Island -if
llavvitll wns held on Thurhdav at
Sprecl.els' Hall In Illlo. The ofllcers
of the association aro: C. C. Kenned),
piesldeut; .1. A. Scott, vice president:
Henry IVacon. etntary. F, II. Mr
Stnt kcr. trta8!irer; George Itosi
midltm. The merabera of tho nssocia
tlem most of whom were present, nro
as lollnvs C. C Kennedy. Walakia
Mill Co John Stott. Walnl.li; J. T
Molr Paoalkoit: Henry Deacon. l'
pcehoo, William Pulhr, llononri
Gtoreu KojS, Haknhm, John M. Hoi
ner, Kukiialaii Plantation Co.; John
Watt, Hono'tni Mtgnr Co; Jus. Gib'),
I'aaiilinu; W O Wnlkei, OOl.ala: D.
lo-bes. Pacific Sugar Mill: Robert
Hall, NluttI: Jns. lltiiton. Union Mill
Co.; L' Madden, Kuknlaii Mill Co ; K.
I;. Oldlng. Kohula Sugar Co ; Jas.
Cowan. Kona Sugar Co. Ltd.; John
Hind, Hav.i Sugar Mill; II. It. Mr) .int.
Ilcetrurt Plantation; W. Vim Oiavcn
inoyci, Hawaiian Sugar Co.; C. Me
l.ennon, Laupanoehou Sugar Co.; A
l.)dgate, llamtikua Mill Co.; V. II M
Stocker Olaa hitgar Co.; W. il. C
Campbell Puna Sucnr Co ; C. M. Wnl
ton, Hawaiian Agrltultuial Co; G. C.
Hewitt. Hutchinson Sugnr Plantation
Tho members of tho association
vveie entertained nt lunch at Demos
thenes' Cn'o by Messrs. Scott and
POLICE YERSUS ARTILLERY
The Police nnd Artillery teams will
play ball on the Maklki grounds this
afternoon nt 3 o'clptk and the result.
would tetm to bo in favoi of the sol
diers At all events the) seen eiy
confident and some of them arc going
eo far ns to glvo odds of 3 to t. Need
less to say, all of these kind of bets
are blng snatched up as quickl) as
they appear on the scene, Follow lug
will be the line-up of the teams.
Pollto Joy, p; Leslie, c; Chilling
worth, lb; Duncan, 2b; Parker, 3b:
Jackson, ss; Ijire, If; Kauai, cf; Moss
Artillery lturbank, t; Ilo)le, p; Mci
.Mullen, lb; Hawkins, 2b; Dlesenroth
3b, Hemic tt, ss, Uleglcr, rf, Jones, if;
D)spepslnj,an uo. and Is rured b)
the use of PAIN-KILLER. This Is the
most womleiful nnd Valuable) medicine
ever Known for this dlseaso; Its action
upon the 8) stem Is entirely different
from any other piepnriitlon over
known Tho patient while taking this
medicine may cat an) thing the appetite)
craves. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
one Paln-Klllcr, Pcrr) Davis', Prl.'o
25c, and SOc.
Risnk books of ull Borts. ledger, etc.
manufactured by the Dulletln Publish
10 DOCK (Oil
Chung Sung is in
Peck of Trouble
Chung Sung, the man who stole- tin
chickens from the Italian In Knlihl the
other night, Is In a peck of troubles.
Resides having his arm snot to plecs
nnd tho prospect of prosecution In ton
nectlon with his recent escapade, he
Is under another charge of chicken
stealing, vvhlcn Is now before tho
Grand Jury. Ihc details of the ease
are as follows
A month or so ago George tAieas
had nineteen chickens stolen from I1I3
plnce In Knlihl. He complained at tho
Police Station, but no Ipformntlon as
to tho whereabouts of his chicken;
could bo gained. A day or bo after this,
one of Mr. Lutns nephews was walk
Ing About In that part of the Isianj
known ns Mu In the direction
Koko Head. Ho was btrolllng through
a Chinaman's place when lo saw r
number nt chickens that lie retognlzad
ns those of his uncle.
The )oung mnn complained nnd nr
Investigation was set on loot. It ua
found that the Nlu Chinaman bad ob
talned tho chlcktns from another Chi
naman In Knpalama who mikes n
business of selling chickens. Tho
cluo was folio weil up, nnd Chung bung
waB identified as tho man who broilgnt
In the chickens, l'ortunatel), the Chi
nose storekeeper line! witnesses to tho
transaction, and Chung was arrested.
He waived cxainlntalon in the Pollitj
Court nnd wns eommltted to the Clr
tult Court for trial. He put up ball
In the sum 01 SHU) nnd was released
ihcn he returned to Ids old trade.
JOURNEYMEN GO TO WORK
AT RAISED WAGES
Agreement Between Committees Brings
to Close Labor Differences
Which Lasted for
Tho master plumbers nnd the Jour
no) men plumbers oT th clt) have torn
tc an agreement nuclei whtih .tha
plumbers whoi havr-bceii on a atilkf
for three months, return to work in tho
emplo) of the bosses. The amicable
settlement wns brought about by con
csslons fiom both sides. The em
plojers' pobltlou .it the Inception of the
itrlke was that the) would pa) but ,"
ier day and would hire good plumbers
from an) source rcgjrdlrts of unions
The strllcrs 011 the other hand wanted
50 per d.i) and 11 rccognliliin ot the
Journc)nien Plumbers I'nlon. The fct
'leintut Is a compiotnlfc. The agree
unit is binding for but one )enr. Tho
vages arc to be $5 50 pTda), and both
ii.aster and Journe) man uuIom aro to
be mutunll) recognized Jourue)men
will work for no firm nut In tho mas
ters union; master plumbers will em
tiny none but union men
The settlement wns reached by two
committees representing e.uh imlo.i.
The committee from tho Misters' Asso
ciation was composed of Messrs Ihth.
Gehrlng und Davidson Tho committee
from the Journe) men -,as made up of
President O'Donnel Uecd nnd Custi r.
When the strike began, there vveio
over fort) plumbers In the clt). Sev
en! liavo left and tho number that will
so to work under the new arrangement
T. F. Davison, president of the Mas.
ters' Association said this morning
that tho settlement was very agreeable
to him and tint It greatly clarified the
atmosphere In tho plumbing world He
does not believe there will be an un
usually heat) buslnes lsn plumbing In
the coming few mouths. Hcls also of
tho opinion that the scale of wages
adopted will hi Ing many Joiirnoinen
plumbers to Honolulu fiom the Miln-
J. A. M. Oftorlo. administrator of t!ie
estate uf Maria Itorges, has filed peti
tion for allowance of accounts and
final distilbiitlon. The amount In the
idnilnlstratoi'g bauds la H27 19,
Money imested in a pair of
these Oxfords suks you a third
less than you can find elsewhere
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
Ill WI IK
CAPTAIN OF MERCHANT'S .
PATROL TELLS OF PIRE
Says Two of His Men Were Near
by at Time and That
They Did All
For the past five da)s people of the
city have been tniklng about tho Hall
lire nnd how It was that It could have
.rained such bead w a) without sotn
officer, regular 01 'otherwise-, nuklng
the discovery, the Hull building have
been n building any part of whle.li
could hate been seen rroni the big
windows. Richard Dowers. neiel or
the Merchants' Patrol, that has the
Job of watching a large number or the
business bouses of the cty, was seen
by n llulletln reporter this mutnlng
nnd nsl.td whole his men were at the
time the tiro was supposed to hnvo
started This is the icply be made:
"There wore two or my men In tho
business part ot the city when the try
or fire wns given by tu tar. the Chi
nese newspaper carrier. Hill) Hel
man was nt the door or Spreekels'
bank at the time anil was tr)lng It
to see that nil was wedl. He got on,
his biotle nt once nnd went to the
cornel or Fort nnd King streets Ho
saw the lire breaking out over thu
transom 01 the eloor on the lower floor
next to the 2W0 stnnd. lie tried to get
to the telephone nt the place, but the
door was locked nnd so he went to ll.l
on .Verthnnt street. There he was
nble to get to tho telephone but cen
tral did nut respond.
'Holm in wus about to get on his
wheel to go up to the fire department
headquatters when Anderson, another
of my men, who was up on tho corner
or hurt nnd Hotel streets nt tho time
the alarm was given, met him on the
corner. He. too, ntntcs that the flro
was Just then coming out over thetrnu
som of the eloor. Heiman went up to
the tiro department headquarters nnd
when ne bad reached the Love build
ing he saw the fire department coming
clown the stitet on the run. Evidently
the newspaper beiy unit gone to the
Phllce Station aim turned In the
"At the tlmo both mv men were on
the corner of Fort nnu King streets.
Pollcu Officer Netdham, who had nlso
henid the cry of fire, enmet rtiunln,;
from Nmianu street mid then went to
tho Police Station. Hie nowspapcr
carrier hail preceded him. Roth my
men told me that It wns about n hnir
an hour siiito they weie on the Hall
corner. Under the clrcumtiniices. I
ennnut see how my men or tho police
officer on eluty near t,ho place can bj
blamed ten an) inattention They di I
nil they 111 nny 0110 else could hnu
The following progrim has been ar
ranged mr the ornan recital to be
, given by Prof llallasi')iis In Knwnla
iliao Church Suniliy nlternoon, begin-
mug ui 1 n nock;
bointn op lib Merit.)!
(lat mov )
Oiivtrturo, "Stradidla 1 lotow
(a Invocation ) Giilliimnt
(l Evening Heat) . .. Kretthmer
Comet Solo. 'Nazareth' ... Gounod
Mr. C I), l.ufkln.
'I he St Ann s 1 uguo . . . . J. S. Ilnch
Toee atn In (J Dubois
Prof. I! ilhbeyus will be assisted Liy
Hie following. m8b Helen Desha, so
prano; MIbb Ethel C-imcron, contral
to; A. Constable, baritone; J, 11.
Amine, violinist, nnd C. I), l.ufkln, r.ir
netlst. As will bo feen by a giant
at the names Just given, Honolulu Is
piomlseil n tenson of excellent music.
There will he no chaigo whatever, 'iho
last concert will take place Sept. S.
SAW THE LIGHTS.
In rout creation with Pilot Handors,
Captain Van Ortcndorp stnted tho
lights or Paclllc Heights were noticed
by him fiom ne bonoma at a distance
or thlrtv-rour miles riom land. Dlv
mond Head llgnt wns picked up nlna
teen miles at e.cn.
Plantation manageis of Hawaii lie Id
a nicotine nt lllln tl.u u..,.i 1,, .n,,..
he la.ior situation.
Isn't This a Beauty for
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