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Vol. XI. No. 1930.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7 1901
Pkior 5 Oekts.
Governor Dole's Scheme
Being Put Into
PLANTERS TO FURNISH
VOUCHERS OF EXPENSE
No Appropriation Made by Legislature
for This Particular Purpose
IT lit I WORK
To fortify a home or place with
cot tor oil plants against mosquitoes
has lately been proposed in articles
going the rounds of the piess all over
the world. According to the following
letter quoted ly the Tropical Agrlcul
tut lit of Ceylon from a newspaper call
el the Pioneer, the castor oil plant Is
no more of a defense out there than In
Honolulu. The plant grows rankly
about many houses In Honolulu with
out Jarring the myriad pest a mite. If
the advised cure were to dose moso.ii I
toes Individually with castor oil, It
might be taken seriously that Is, the (
some classes that have always bellev-
cd H,ird could he caught by sprinkling 0jmiritte8 Appointed to Look AfUr
Bait on lis tall. The Pioneer corrcs- rr
"Some short time back there np-
pi. i red. In the correspondence of lour
parer 1 think, a recommendation to use
the castor oil plant to keep a bungalow
lice from mosquitoes. I, being n suf-
fill nr l .1 A nlv nl into ulnnn.l l I..
i - nun ctjK I'lrtiim jiiuicu ill HJIB III
AVrav Taylor. Commissioner ol Agri n, rooms. I fnnrv wp mimt Wort n
mllirp TVI1B nskfll rCEaflllnC thfi GOV I rllfYorant Vfirlottt nf mnBnlt H.nn . ..-
emment's action about the Hamukua cc,i respondent, for the castor oil plants!, B"1'!'-"'1""! or,ler 0l -i",a "as
forest fire. nrn llilcklv rnveto ultl, tl, In.nM. tl'SpatcUed.
First Class Miss Huth Arnold, Mrs.
Minnie Churchill. Miss Isabel Kelly.
II. M. Kane. Carloton Miller, Mlsu
Kinma I.. Kalpu. Miss Iotilse Aoo
Wongkong, Vlrglnlo A.. Curvalho, U.
H. Swain, C. )i. lUvcn, 8 V. Me
heula. Mrs. Cora B. Copeland, Mm.
Itcllc M.Carleton. Andrew Wallace,
Hiss Anna Danford, Moses Kauhlmahu.
Second Class Henry Cobb Atlam3,
Miss Aoo Aklna. Miss Emma Wll-
Board of Education Turn!llSiiiaWrSi."S
FINAL ASSIGNMENT OF
TEACHERS FOR THE TERM
Reform Changes Superi n-
tendeot Resigns Certi
Thoie wns a tneotlnr of the llomJ
of L'diicutlnn this mon.lni,', nt which
are thickly eoveied with the Insects
.. .. i.t.. r0,,liP,i Mr Tavlor. ,'..-.... ." ""T.."l Ttiosc- prcrcnt were jiuperiiilen.ieni
"' ",cv """ "' ..".. ..! "' "" """ Ul "IH"V u",e mxm lo l'9iA. T. Atkinson. Commit alone W. 1)
cording to late accouuts has been scien
tifically demonstrated to be as certain
as It Is simple,
m . m
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
Otr Haughs went there later as you
Itr.ow and investigated the tiro In com
j.auy with Manager Horner of Kukal
tin plantation and other planters.
"They wanted to know If the Gov
ernment was not going to assist In
mispressing the lire, as It was destroy
ing forests on public land. Mr.
Haughs consulted Governor Dole,
Si en on Hawaii, who suggested that
hc planters employ all their available
fortes to light inc (tames and furnish
the Government with accounts of the
oxpense. Then the next Legislature
twuld bo asked to maleo nn appropria H)o llll8 at Iast rlsen t0 the lllKllty
tli.n for pajlng tho bill I of RiipplylnKjHnnolulit with provisions.
"The Government will assist In this The Klnnu this morning brought 270
May. Any properly made out vouchers packages or general merchandise. 11)0
In connection with this flro will o fs of flour and 102 sacks of pota-
ptcsentcd to the Legislature for pay- V"" i. il' "orf,nl. flrm, ,'"
", . town. These goods were ordered by
..!,' i. i ... . ... loc'nl "o'iseu to help tide over thu
"Tho iliniculty now la that tho scarcity hero at the present time. The
legislature has made no appropria- artlval of the bark Santiago at Hllo
trlnns that inn be drawn upon for this 'from San Frnrtlscn with a full cargo
jiurpcsc. They have ilivincu our np-i" wiiuiui uuppues ami groceries put
'was to send forcsier uaugua "i' actually invigorated by tho apparently Aloander, ills. Hnll. .Lis Jordin nnd
there, but the Acting Governor uiu noi.9linmintng cKect of thelr ncw fm v n wood, with .. II. (llbson of
think then, that It would be any use. tcri." i office and Dr. C. T. Hudgeis. see-
The dosing of water fn -which the ,- ln attendant.-,
pestiferous Insectr breed with petro- ,s.c rc',01t of tho oominltteo pu
i. i. ... .. . . j , "'" a"hoiR wns read. Its ricoinmemla-
Icum Is not u agrnt remedy, but ac- , ... ,,, n,,ntn( nn riliimv..
tlonomu Miss l.jdlu Macy, nn at-
1 iiioprlatlons up In sperlllc Items such
a. labor, tools, seeds, etc. There ought
f) be nn allowance for fighting Arc.
Wd keep a Jnpanese on Tantalus nil
the ttmo to watch ngalnst tires,
"Mr. Homer fui y understands the
nuitter now and will make every ef.
llii? Ilalny Cuy bejond the need ot
'Aaiil ami o the goodj ordered from
RUNAWAY UP NUUANU.
A horse belonging to Sllvn, one ot
lt,. .11....... r .!. f .
fort to put the flre out under the ar .J'Vho coVner of N.anu' and K.SS
l.irgement. I streets lietwnen 7 and S n clock la.t
I should Eay thu. any sensible .night and continued on Us way nn tne
legislature would readily vote alio
"The last word about the flro was o
bncf note from Manager David Torbei
o; Kiikulhaelo receUed by Mr. Haug..s
oi Saturday, saying tte flre was still
tjurnlng and there had been no rain.
Haughs Is going up there again right
alter his leturn from Maul."
Ml) Taj lor was met casually later,
vhtn lie handed tho rcpoiter a news
paper clipping with the icmark:
"Hawaii is not tho on.) sufferer from
forest fires. Here Is a dispatch fiom
Seattlo dated August 2t, with nn ac
count of ii terrible flro ln Oregon."
'1 he dispatch says:
"A great foitst lire Ik raging on thfl
Oitson side of the Columbia river, op
jc.hlte Knlama. Last night tongues of
Jlnme were shooting far abovo the topa
of the highest trees and tho sight way
both ginnd and terrifying.
"Mocrt.cWIle, n small sawmill town
four miles back of Goble, is cut off. Tho
tulephonc line Is down and the country
bdneeii Is aflame, so that nothing can
lis heard from that place,
"Tho country balk of llubens ( a
mile and n half south of Goble) in
thickly settled and tne i ant hers nre
re lotted to be fighting the flie, but it
1 as gained such headway that ,i will
bo Imposslblo to save the lunch build
ir.gs In most cases.
"Today the smoke hid tho Oicgon
shore from view, t,ut it is known that
the flre Is still spreading. It Is now In
M e green timber, .'hero has ueen no
rain for moio than four weens. Un
less rain tomes tho flre will ruin one
ot tfto finest timber belts In Oregon."
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
fornu'f thorouuhrnie. At School
street t.io sutioy to whle.. tho horio
was attached tamo ln contact, with t
telephone polo and tho lesult was that
the ftightened nnlmnl went on with
tho shafts, leuMiig the body ot tho ve
On tho hill that leads up to Jud I
street thn runaway frightened tho
horso of a couple of ladles who were
dill Ins ulout. Officer Apnna wai Jus
returning to his homo In tho vallv,
when he heard the clatter behind hln
Ho Jumped out or his tar and rtnhe.)
lor tho hoi so of tho two ladles, not
seeing the runaway that was dlrectij
uelilii 1. The ladles told h.nt of tho sit
nation and lu released their Itnrao and
made n. Bpilng at th itinaway Just as
It passed b". The reins were grasped
ind tho animal waa bruucht to a stand
Holualoa Miss Lilian C'laypool, n.i
Ainakca Miss Nellie Cair, prmcl.
MaKnpnla Miss Hilda Van Deerllu,
wao was transfern-d In Lahalna, de
sires to remain In Mnkapila. Kemiii
aonded that her rcqu -hi b.- granted.
Honokna .1, I). Itlt-t.arit, itss.stan.
In plato of Miss Kmtna W'llllan.H.
Iahninaluna J. P. Looney assist
Kiiupn Ilecomvncrdod that Andrew
Hinns reslguatlon be att opted and
that Miss Uornlco I'eahl do iranafcrroil
trout Kaluaaha to fill tho vncancy
Third Class Mrs. Elizabeth Keawe,
Mrs. Susan Kekela, Miss Annie L. Hell
Tho Superintendent reported that
the deed ror the ptaperty at Wnlalao
for the ncw Industrial School had been
received. Ho appointed the following
tommttteo on tho Institution: Profes
sor Alexander, MrH. Jordan and Mr.
V. G. Needhnm sent Jn his resigna
tion as sttperinUitdent of Iho Reform
atory School on account ot his health.
Mrs. Klla 1.. Austin whs appointed
school ngent for the district of Wallu-
tin. Maul, from September 1.
Miss Maggie Davlsun of Mnnoi
School was granted leavo of absence
for two months.
Tho Superintendent Appointed as a
flnunce committee; Mr. Wood, Mrs.
Hall and I'ror. Alexander.
IIIIHi! GAVE WAY
Volcano Stables Team
Crashes Into the ,
NARROW ESCAPE FROM
VERY SERIOUS INJURY
Road Board Funds to be Used for
Activily on Other Line3
i0 IDE OTHER WHY
Internal Itevcnue Collector Hoy
Chumberlaln, when engaged In regis
to.lng Chinese, asked questions to as
ccituln tho extent and degree or their
drt'ro for liberty to go to the Main'
plaid. He found as he Informed a re
porter, that there was nothing mors
generally and earnestly desired among
the Chlucsu outside of those having 4
gcod stake In the Islands. Mr. Ciiam
l.rrlalit told a reporter tit If perrals
klou were once obtained for Chinese to
enter thu Mainland from here, titers
would be an Immediate exodus. From
umc of themselves he learned that u
much ns $300 would be readily forth
coring for nn Individual permit to go
to thu Coast.
This docs not seem encouraging to
tli.; hopes of planters for securing Cbl
rciL lauor from the Mainland.
Hllo. Sept. C On Wednesday morn
in,T about 10 o'cIock, the bridge at I'a
hoehoc gulch nbout three miles out of
Hllo on tho Hamakua road broke with
orn of the Volcano Stables teams nn It
HAWAII HUGMt LIST
The Klnau reports the following su
par on Hawaii, September C: Wnlakea.
10 000; Walnukit, 17,000: Onomea, 11.-
ni tl , -NAi ft..Hna.... , A AAft .
Hakalau 18.000: Ulipahoehoe. 1000; 1 '8.ab,,utl. " lo"R,pn'"
i.i. ..AftA. V..1..I.;. nnnn. tf... ubi ut 33 feet uuoc tho water. A team
k.m. :i00O; .Panul.au. lStlo; Honokaa.,hc,!,nRl.nK to. '" "0"M...!ua.' C"
(no; Kukulhaele, 350; Punaluu. 9U1;
Thrown Out of Surrey
and Landed on
HORSE STARTED OFF AT
Story of Eye Witness of Catastrophe
Vehicle Smashed to Pieces
--Horse Stopped by
lnboiets fiom Spreckelsilllo who are
returning as there Is no more work for
their there. Tho others are mostly
Jnnanese. No I'ortti Hlcuns were
mid a team belonging to the Volcano , ,,. t, t of lleck passengers this
Stables had crossed Just previously. t(In,.
Tl.ls wagon drlien by Manuel Krnnres- . . .
co had a light load of merchandise. , ,llli r.. rnniinn.i n.-r.in.e
LAB0RCR8 FROM MAUI.
'Die Kluau brought a very large
number of deck passengers this trip,
ninny of whom nre laborers coming to
.1... ,.li In .ihIi ,.r ! nr nn .?l
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1.,,.nt,. ,.A.tl.. ..-l.A. n .nl.n aUVCl UL UIV liuwil Ituni iwuaj .,.....
......,.,1 .. sum., UUU.UV. u.u n., ..... .,. ,.,,
JI1IJ1U .rijr nciibus. v bwhi. ..,v m.
wss coming fiom the direction or wat-
Macdonald, commonly known aa
"Mac," a driver for tho Club Stable
Tc, met with an accident on King
ninth smaller than usual In fact.
i PiKOtltttlng certificate No. 3923 for ten
Judge Gear this morning heard tne a)m ,) nc rCcolved n kick on the hip
equity suit of Joseph B. Athenon vs.'f,om one mule but thes.t Injuries are
Wi'hluwu Sugar Co. Hatch & Sllllmanl yiy slight.
fin plalntlrt; Kinney, Ballon & Mc- When the mules felt the bridge going
Clnnabnn for defendant. The suit was;,iwn they made a desperate struggle
ft-r icmoilng cloud on title. It was to mill uu and off tho bridge even tear-
dot Ided that tho Court would grant fuil I nK rr f0mn of their shoes In the nt
vw.en names mar. " 'w ares of Oaliu Sugar Co. ns salt)
ciuck behind him, he threw- the lines ,,inus are tIamed h ,,,, & Co
and Jumped clear foitunately luitdliiK . , .
In e deep pool. As he came to tho stir-1
fate he saw a plero of falling timber
and dived, throwing up one arm o pro-
ticl his head. The timber hurt his
Kaahumnnit Mrs. 8 I). I.eapy, to rrl,cf "8 l',il 'or. and sign a deerco tempt. The wagon turned a complete
till the plnco lo. acant by tho re6le
nation of .illss Mueller.
Normal and Tralnliii; School Uelos
Van Dlnn, teacher of nature study and
agriculture: Miss Carrlo Plerte. teach
er of tho department of gcoginphy:
Mis. Margaret It. McDonald, tialnlii;;
school, n temporary appointment.
Kallhl-wncna Ileeoiiit.iemled that
'ho resignation o" Mrs. Taggard li
actep'ed mid that Miss Kato Ilurnei
bo trnnsicried trom Kukulhaelo to fill
tho vacancy: nlso that the leslgnatlon I
of Miss Llzzfo Grace bo aeccpteit nnd
.Miss Maud Johnstone, n notnial grad
liali'. ho appointed In bet plate.
Tbnt Mr. G. Usborno be nppolnti-l
ttrawinx teacner lor Honolulu.
klkt and, when outside the Capitol
building yard, his horse became un
manageable. Samuel Chllllngworwi, a
brt.ther of the eh-puty sheriff, was rid
inc along by the side of the carriage at
the time the horso stnrtcd off and he
tells the following story:
"1 was riding along by the side of
Macdonald at the Judiciary building.
At that time, his horse was going along
very slowly. Suddenly, I heard the
diner railing out to his horse end
riw the animal start off I galloped up
but the horse was going too fust for
me to ralrh tin. Mardonuld was calling
i..-.- Ionia en.. 1,1.1., i mo emo ,lt nll tnu waJ. aml j roud sce that he
or n corporation whoso articles of as- ,. ., .... ,,.. , .,. .... h.
soclatlon were filed In the Treasurer r ,.., B , , ' . ,P ,1
ollleo this morning. Its first object I A' tl,e lcnrd treet corner, the
mentioned Is to buy rum sell nnd deul swerved aside and threw tho
In tobacco. It also proposes tn deal III carriage into tne leicnnono post. Mac-
KtW TOBACCO COMPANY
ti that effect upon present s Ion. I somersault landing In inc water on
Judge Gear Issued an order today tor the mniika side of the bridge with the
the summoning of a grand Jury for load In -the box. The wagon nnd lihr-
... . .......-... . .... ... ...... t..
a special icriii or tne rirsc cucuu ness nre almost a complete wreck nnd It to Jzr.ft.ooo. Of tlto stick J30.-VI)
Couit to open on tho ICth of Septcm-, three of the mules were killed, line! ( pas been subscilbed am. JJ.00U paid
oilier goods, arqiilro aud Hold real cs-,
Into, deal In stocks of othor corpora-'
Tho tt rm Is fifty years. The capi
tal stock Is SliMiuu. In shares of ttOO
Bach, with tno prlvllego of Increaslntj
IT 1 Dili
Joseph M. Lopez was granted a a!-
Watpahil Mien Mary Franc n. an nd vi.rte acalnst Kvnllna Loncz bv Judgui n,,i .... r.i.... .i,n... n.ih ,. m i.o
vrinl.r if Mnrv IMnrl ., n,l Gtar thU ,n,,rnlnS- '"", er"UIl1 WaS tltlllrcd In blllldlllg tllO old bridge OVOr.
dltlonal BwUtam n,!,,1Ur'- H"M for 1,Lllnnt- T, T"n '' wl" 1)0 0Pen for """' tr"mc
Hauula-It was"voted to recommend r''''' ,,cf,'"se answer filed by . Monday; at present tho crossing U
that tlo resignation of Mrs. Crockutt NfiB'o & Nagle, attotneys, San Kran-( m:.do by foot along the old brldgo by
be accepted nnd Miss May Hnglehart olsro. no evldentc being presented In t rcnlliiK. The Volcnno stages connect
ap'iolutc-il In her plate. 'coi.it to support It. This caso has had. there twice n day to travel Is not en-
Knlliia, Onhii Akunl Aliuu. In placi much notorktv. Tho nlalntlrT was a, H.oiv i,t.mii.i tu nl,i ii,i ,.m
"r NI'heilaH HiKipll. leslRiied. It wps .ilwarii n tho Oceanic steamer Alls- l, .el.ulli- new Hml,..r nut In nn.l In
tr.lla, whose wire lert Honolulu ror
Pan I'lundsco without his consent. Tho
plc.dliigs contain a great deal of re
crimination on boi . sides.
domild was thrown tar up Into the air
end landed on his bead In the hard
stmt. He was knocked senseless. The
upper part of the surrey was left at
thn telephone post nnd the horso con
timed on down King street with tho
llio bridge tipped to the maknl side as i UP- ' Y.'bcu a little beyond Camarlnos
I It fell, tho whole would most ecrtnlnlv 1'll,'r" 'i " '""B llsl ot sh-ireholders feai toret tue horse ran Into another
I h-vo been swept over tho fnlls Just be- 'J111' '"'""IptloiiH ranglni: 1mm 1' 0 tI,nl Nvlg ..tanrtins tied near by. For-
j low : the rails .o about 50 feet hlnh. She, with onkoa'und amoums o' '; "" "" Bl,,achcJ io ncck
The nccldcnt was duo to tho break- stock, are- ns followa- S Chnnn Cian "' "1J Is"' animal was very strong
1'ig of nn overhead rod. KxamlnatloD priMldcnt. SU shaios,: Chlug Lum. vice nn'1 held, so that there was no further
shows that the timbers weia also In a I president, 'M shnrcs'; Leo Toma, trcas- ratm-trophc.
bad condition; rotten, charred and .mer, 1U0 slares; K, V. Yap, itcrctnry. The runaway, horso left the remain-
l ennies; i-. u. ureauy, an.iiior. io in, part of the surrey outside the new
hares. I). L. AUwiil. It) shares; Leo Yo bI()t;k nnJ con,nuclI donn (o
V .til, u nitu.t'o.
decne.l to suuh nn extent that It Is a
wonder that the brldgo held so long ns
It has. Work has already begun to
recommended that Miss Mliiulo B. SI
mauds of the lealihou senool be
','ianted a Mrit-eln3s srainninr grade
rertlfleato tin a normal school diploma
"mm San Jose. CnllL
The Slipeilntendent It-ported tho
teaults ot oxatnlnatlons or teat hers to'
primary gratia tertllltntes, and It wot
oi.l.ired that tltp tertl ' ntos bo Isnuod
.ittot-dtngly. This Is the list:
Judge Llttlo this morning ordered n
tho t-nse or tho broken Iron, ncw will verdict lor plaintiffs In too suit of Oi.l
Director Jared G Smith or the IVd
cral experiment station was nt his
olllce ln tho Capitol today.
AINDRADE CAH INJUNCTION.
Yesterday alternoon, Judge Gear Is
sued a temporary injunction In the
rase or John S. Andradp vs. the Toirl-J
toi-j- Stables Co., Ltd. Tiio Injunction j
reads. In part, us follows:
"Whereas, John S. Andrada has this
day filed tut liis court his supplemen
tal) bill ot complaint ngalnst ou, G.
Stliumnn nnd the Territory Stnblex
Co., Ltd., wherein, by reason of cer
tain mattcia and things In said sup
plemental bill or complaint, he prays
tbm juu he enjoined and restrained
fiom exciting jour Inlluencfl-to remove
him fiom thtS position no" held bv
him ni manaitpr of the stiiuies nnd that
y"U bo enjoined and rcitinlned fior;
voting ns u director of Iho Tenltory
Str.blcs Co., Ltd., ror his removal rrom
"Now, thererore, you are hereby re
strained ami enjoined it. iter penall v
of being adjudged guilty Of contempt of
icourt, rrom exerting your It'liienru
t-f -f -f-f-f -f-f -ft -ft tt-- t ft
ROBERTSON ON FIRST BASE
THOMPSON, T 1,715
They are out for a trial every day or
two now, and In a few days will
run every 20 minutes to
Have you seen the excavation on
Wilder avenue opposite Alexands
street? The foundations are no
ready .o bolt down the new hlgh-llft
pumps to supply the water for College
Two weeks will give residents 'n
College Hills Transportation and Wa
ter. Give the Sales Agents a chance to
show you the property.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle. & Lansdale
Police Wlin'ehiwit Crew,
Tho police will put a six oared crew
In tho Hegattr Day whaleboat race.
Jl.il Kuplhe, tne turnkey nt tho police
station, has already picked out tbt
majority or his crew. There remains
only two to be chosen. Tho ones he
lui3 already secured are us follows:
Ilnumoa, Halelau, Sllva and himself.
All theso men rowed ln the police
crew of last year. Vho police are after
the pilot boat crew and will begin row
Inn for practice this afternoon. Their
boat Is the Kauoclanl.
Coniplfttnnnt In lloanltnl.
Alo. Douglass, charged with nHsicult
with a weapon on Hiilhul, n former
pollco olllc-or, at Kakinko tiomo nlghls
ago, appeal on In tho I'ollco Couit this
forenoon. Tho pioseciitlou explained
that tho complaining witness wns mil
In tlto hosp.eal as a result of tho l.nlfo
tut which ho had received nt tho
hands of tho negro, and that It would
bo sovernl days before ho could np
pear In court. On this showing tho
enso was put over until next Thuiv
Ill addition to thu coupons to bo cut
frojii tho first pago of tho Bulletin,
now subscribers are to be given re
ceipts with coupons nttached, entitling
them to votes as follow 3:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Glx months 350 votes
One year ,..750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
Theso coupons nro detachable and
nuiEt he torn from tho subscription re
ceipts and deposited In the ballot box
th wmi as tho first pnso coupons. It
will bo seen that tor 12, tho Biibsclp
Hon price or tho Hvcnlng Bulletin rm
ono year, 710 votes nro allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the sumo
amount or money would buy only 100
votes if spent tor single copies or tho
Bulletin on tho street. Tho sura ot St
will buy eighty votes It spent lor
eighty Blnglo copies ot tho Bulletin
with the newsboys or at tho business
ofllte. This amount of money, If ex
changed for a receipt for a six months'
subscription to tho Bulletin, will se
cure 350 votes. Ono dollur for ono
yenr'B subscription tn tho weekly edi
tion entitles tho siibscrlucr to 100
I Tho prlo ottored by tho Bulletin Is
on oxhlbltlou In tho window or It. !',
Wlchmnn, 517 Tort stieet, nnd will bo
piesonted to tho player receiving tlto
greatest numner ot votes at tho closo
ot the contest Oct, 16.
Votes deposited nt this ollleo will
ho Int lulled nmong tho scattering until
tho tontestniit has received a totnl of
10. I'rom that tlmo tho names will b
hi used. To put In n bit el bridge,
would mean two or three months delay
In which the roid would bo practically
The toad hoard will havo to suspend
repairs on the roads In order to lite the
iror.cy ror the bridge. Bven this avail
nl'lo fund !b very low, ns most of It
lias to be rsnl to meet tibllK.il Ions that
the government has fulled - provide
CHAKUUD WITH RIOT.
CImiIuh Tarden, lhigeno Duvaii-
e hello, Oliver Akau and n co-.iplo of
otheis Cot into trouhlo near Lilinliri
n row nlghtH. ngn. Tho story rotelvol
at tho polite station is this:
Tho joung men mtntlonocl, all of
whom r.ru well known in thu city,
vveru on their vny back to Kanuap-ill
when they htopped at n native's hoiiv.
Tho owner or tho place djd not Ilko
theli tompany. Something happened
end tho ut'.tlve called on a number of
JututicM) living near his plicu for ns
slstante. Tho Jupiiiesu turned out nnd
tho retail! waa the arrest of tho young
iron mentioned on tho charge or riot
Ono or tho number 1ms been released
on furnishing bond In tho sum of
$1,111)0, whllo tho others havo been ru
leased on furnishing bond lit tho sum
m , m
Wcnk Voice Hrouclit Trouble
A native who was out .or a time
last night, nnd who wat m rested bj
Captain Knnae, appeared fit tho I'n
lice Court thin lorcnocn on uiti dun;.'
of drunkenness. Tho judge thought,
when tho charge was made, that tho
man said ho was not guilty. Ho was
brought nut, sat down in front of tin
piosecutlng omcors iIcsk and theu
tho trial proceeded, When Captain
Kanao hau finished testifying to tho
man's condition last night, tho nntlvo
was asked If ho had anything tn say
Ho looknd rather blank, said ho had
no witnesses at'd then stntol that r.u
had been drunk.
When called to task for saying he
wns not drunk when flrrt called on to
respond to tho rhaigo, bo siild that h
had pleaded guilty, Tho poar fellow r
vvcak olco cost htm J ist ono dollar
moro than the ordinary lino for drunk
Francis Murphy will hold two Gos
pel Temperance meetings tomorrow,
ln tho forenoon he will speak ln Kmi
mul.nplll church. In tho evening be
will address tho Kuwnlnhao church
tho evening meeting win bo n grand
rally for all who nro Interested In
hearing tlto gteat temperanco orator.
u enthusiastic meeting Is expected.
Fort street where a pollco oMlcer ran
out und made n good stop.
What caused the horso to start Is not
known as Macdonald, who wns taken
' ti the hospital by the patrol wagon,
'war entirely Insensible and therefore
unable to give the police nn tiling
Dlout the accident. . is supposed,
however, that the bit must hiivo brok
en, placing the horso beyond the con
trol of the driver.
H seems that Macdonald went out to
WnlkIM to get a horeo thnt was ro
rrrtly stolen from tho Club Stnblcs.
What mlfcht have resulted In n seri
ous accident occurird nt tho corner of
I'utt and Hotel streets during tho noon
hour, when n cart driven by ono 8um
Kce actually backed Into an electric
en-. Tho piompt nttlon or tho motor-.
ini.n In bringing his car to a standstill
and Oka Company vs. Wilson &
Whltehouso ct nl., bocauso tnti attor
ney lor defendants did not pul In uu
ippearance. This was A. u. Corruit.
who v.-enl to Kauai .liter having been
no"fled of the tlmo for trial. Tho ver
dict was for SS'.U iu.d Interest on twi
inland bills of uxchango umnuullut; In
all to $."i8S. i. Davis appeared for
nlaintllfs. Iho jury, consisted of D.
"C. IManlll. J. Zalibji, J. A MtCanl-
.ess, ('., Nawaaloa, i.. I. Holt. W. U,
liowell. It. Naiikana. A. W. IVarsoi.
tl. K. Ilnnapl, J. L. Locketl, It, W, prevented nny serious trouble, outside
Davis and I'. C. Jones, foreman. ' of damaging tho car fender and a
Before Jii'ige Little the sulta ot spunc axle
ito&.imond N&ylor and Maco Ilonv 111.- . .
against the Orplieum Co. were illscon- -sr jrr l f Vs. TT"Xv
tinned by (1. A. Davis for plalntlfTi. l II Yl 1 1 Y
Mile. Naylur eiic-iI ror y150 on a con- WW 1 1 II I J
aact madu In San r'ranclsto tor sal-' 7 II II JJ
ary as n soprano r.lugcr In tlorondiint's JL T IX O J-L O JJL-' O
The Merchants' Tarcel Delivery
Delivers pickaees to nny
part or the city tor llic up
ward b. '
Try them. Phone blue 621.
I'arkagcs shipped to
I nil parts of thu United
' S'ates and Hnrope.
OldtP, 1017 Bethel St.,
1 opposite Honolulu Market.
vheator. Mile. Bonvilln claimed n
under n similar eoutratt as Btugo
mpnager nnd barltono Comedian.
Tho I'lro Claims Commission wns
a oi king on Schedule C, losses of build
Inas. C. Bolto represents several
"l.'IniH ns agent, Including those of tho
Club Stables, Ah IO uml Mendonca.
Holmes & Stanley represent H. S.
Cut ha, Svvnn, Armsctrong, Danford
mil tho Gllllland minors.
FROM A BUSHEL
The Distiller Gets 4 gallons of Whls
key, which Retails for $16. The Gov
ernment Gets 4; the Farmer Who
Raised the Corn Gets 50c (sometimes!;
the Railroad Gets 20c; the Manufac
turer Gets 4; the Retailer Gets $7;
the Bartender Gets a Rake-off and
the Consumer Gets
Cut Drunk or Not Drunk, Duy Your
Footwear of Us and Save Money,
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
OR7 Port Klrcrt.
$ J . -A., w .
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