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Vol. XI. No. 1942.
v" HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER -1-1 1001
Price 5 Grots.
ONE VOTE FOR ""TPH
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More Habeas Corpus in
DAVIS KEEPS CLIENT
IN THE COURT ROOM
While Doyle Waits Outside With
Warrant- Prisoner Discharged
But Difficu't to Keep Him
Osngl MankU-hl was brought before
Circuit Judgo Gear under a writ of
iiabcus corpus this morning. His case
was called after the dismissal of the
Jury In civil enso elsewhere reported.
Geo. A. Davis opened tho cane for the
prisoner calmly and deliberately. At
a late Mage of the proceedings ho re
marked In effect that he did not want
tu iilve tho newspapers a chance to
lampoon him for excessive earnestness.
He imlit It was simply n question of law
In respeot to the validity of the war
rant. Thl had been leaned solely on
Information charging Manklchl with
beln;: tin) principal In the crime of
murder, for the hilling of I.ee Fook
Sing at Kahuku, Oahti, on March 26,
WW. The warrant Itself charged him
with being accessory to murder, .with
out Htatlng whether before or after tho
Further, Mr, Davis said the warrant
win Illegal In having been Issued on
September 4, whllo the prisoner was
In custody of the United 8tntesDU
trlit Co'irt under a writ of habeas cor
.Judge (iear granted tho writ and or
dried the prisoner dlsihargcd. When
be had come to the point of stating
that Intention. Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Cathcart divulged the fact that a
pew warrant was out for the an est of
' .MiitiMctil. He admitted tho fnultlncss
of the former warrant.
.Mr, Davis protested and quoted tho
mandate of Judge Estec, when dig
charging tho same prisoner In' the Fed1
eral Court from Imprisonment on Il
legal conviction for manslaughter, as
being that the prisoner. could not be
rearrested in the precincts of mo court.
Mr. Cnthrart said Judge Esteo stilted
that ho could be rearrested but not in
pieaeuco of the court.
Judge Gear said the prisoner could
be arrested on nnothcr warrant.
Mr, Davis protested tnat ho could
not be ai rested on a warrant issued
while ho wan In the custody of the
court tinder habeas corpus. .
Judge Gear did not see why not,
Mr. Davis Raid tho counsel for tho
Territory were committing contempt
Mr. Cathcart remarked thut be had
Imply taken the court into confidence,
as he rtiii not dtslrc to do anything In
Judge Gear, in reply to Mr,- Davis,
said that all that was before tho court
Of w was the former Illegal arrest.
"I order tho prisoner discharged an
tho ground that tho warrant is defec
tive In charging him with being ac
cessory and not stating whether before
or after the fact," was the court's Una)
"I will bring It up again on an affi
davit for contempt."
, The court proceeded with a probate
Ofilcor Chester Doylo was waiting all
tho tlmo to airest Munklchl on a new
Mr, Davis called tho released pris
oner to his side and kept hlra there tho
test of the forenoon, even offer the
court had taken recess and nobody but
the attorney nnd his client were left
In tho room.
Officer Doyle, who" continued bis
uatch from tho corridor, was asked
why ho did not make the arrest there
and then while tho court was absent.
The Only Vacant House
' IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern Im
provements; $40 a month.
Also large' residence on the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
jfjfWj? n VLli HutyMmrmVnfl
IBs reply was that the Japaneso would
make such a yelling as would disturb
Judge Little's court and he would bs
label himself to arrest for contempt.
At 1 o'clock Manklchl had not been
Judge Gear holds court again at
1:30 when Mr. Davis may move In con
tempt proceedings. t
COURT DIRECTS VERDICT
RETURNED FOR ACQUITTAL
Prosecution Failed to Make a Case
Mankichi Again in Court
On Writ,of Habeas
It was nearly 2 o'clock yesterday af
ttrnoon or nenrly n whole day alter
the disquiet arose about the admissi
bility of a Japanese boy of ten yenrs as
a witness when Judge Gear took hi'
scat after recess.
Another examination of the proffered
witness for the prosecution ensued.
It proved no more satisfactory than
the. first to show that the youngster
understood tho nature of an oath at all
well, not to say "perfectly" as the
Uw of tho land requires. Therefor
Judge Gear ruled the boy off the stand.
Then tho prosecution rested.
, Mr. Davis moved tor an order dl
rcctlng the Jury to And a verdict of
pot guilty, on the staatutory ground
that there was only circumstantial evi
dence ngalnst Xakamura and this was
not of a nature to exclude all reason
able presumption of tho defendant'
Argument on this motion proceeded,
oftentimes fierce In tenor, until 4:45
when It was granted by the court nnd
the July having been called In render
ed n verdict of acquittal from tho box
signed by P. C. .Jones, foreman.
As the matter approached a climax.
Judge Gear Indicating tho very strict
mandate of the law requiring sole
Circumstantial evidence, Mr. Douthltt
for the prosecution offered'to enter n
nolle prosequi, so that if hew evidence
turned up Nakumura might be ar
ritted again. r
Messrs. Davis and Wilder opposed
this proposition, holding that the prls-
nner had been placed In Jeopardy. The
motion was denied and Nakamura was
made forever free from the charge of
manslaughter so (ar as that case win
In the course of the argument on the
prevailing motion. Mr. Davis read from
the supreme Court decision In the Kit
wards raso to show that In this Juris
diction one may be convicted upon the
uncorroborated evidence of an ar
complice. He wanted to show tho
great advantage the prosecution held
under Hitch law.
Judge Gear remarked that I'eclslcns
of thu Supremo Court of the Republic
of Hawaii were to be eliminated from
Mr. Davis had hard woik to check
tbe headway of his eloquence oven af
ter the court had sustained his view
of the law, so that Judge Gear was conl
strained to tell htm to sit down and
keep his seat.
Tho Jurors were told to report in
Judge Little's court this morning, ex
cepting P. C. Jones who was excused
for tbo nsl of the term ending with
Osakl Manklchl. released from sen
tence of twenty years for manslaughter
by Judge Ktftoe, on habeas corpus the
previous day. was brought before
Judgo dear on n new writ of habeas
corpus, he having been arrested as an
aciessory to murder and then charged
with murder In tho first degree. The
hearing was set for this morning.
For groceries ring up Hluo ML
1 11 (iilOR
At u meeting of the Executive Com
mittee of tbo Independent Home llule
party on Thursday night last , the
principal topic of discussion was the
next governor of the Territory of Ha
waii. There were n few of those
present who were In favor of endors
ing Delegate Wilcox as the next gov
ernor of tho Territory of Hawaii but
the great majority was In favor of
keeping Mr. Wilcox In his present posi
tion as delegate to the Congress of tho
The latter part of tho division In the
ranks of the Home llule party argue
that tho only thing to do Is to keep
Mr. Wilcox In his present position. He
U familiar with Its duties ns n dele
gate and will be able to do some good
work from now on. Ho has been a
otudent learning the ways of Wnshlng
ton and now that he has graduated, ho
is In a better position than anyone
else to administer tho affairs of Ha
Tho mntter stands In obcyanco and
further action will bo taken at tho
next meeting. However, It Is believed
that the more conservative of tho mem
bers of tho Executlvo Committee will
abldo by what they have duno and will
not nllow Wilcox to be placed . in a
Millions Are Ready
FOR DEVELOPMENT OF
Water in Hamakua
Colonel Sam. Parker nnd associates U a dense growth of forest nnd It Is ures for protecting the forests from
have wlthdrAwn entirely from the com- estimated by theoretical computation fire. They nre also obliged to fence all
petition to secure the water privileges Jhnt. """ "'"untnlns Included In the unle.ise.l public lands In tlie tract.
,..,,., , . tract form n, watershed that would' "As anyone acquainted with thu con
of tli- Kohnla mountains. ylrl.l something like twenty billion cu- dltlons In those districts will nllow,
Colonel .1. W. Jones and those he bi fii-t of water unnually. This wa-.the chnracter of this projected enter
represents are thus left with u clear ter Is now going to wnsle, doing nhso- prise makes It one to be encouraged In
Held. They ure ready to present Ha- lutely nothing towards supplying the stead of being obstructed. No doubt If
wall with un enterprise of untold thou- agricultural needs oftho country. onic put under way It will lead te
sands nay millions of dollars In "Doth Kohnla and Hamakua ills- other similar enterprises In the group,
value and that without requiring tho trltts nre now suffering heavily In the "This, moreover, will bo thc'flrst
sacrifice of nny present or prospective sugar Industry from a very seero Instance where outside, capita! has
Interests either of private Individuals drouth. And It has been found uracil- come Into the niuntrr tllroe. to tri
or the public.
Still the decision of the government,
ncu'esiiry to enable the enterpilse to
go ahead, hangs fire upon a matter of
"technicalities." as Kd. S. Uoyd, Land
Commissioner said In reply to Uw ditches, tunnels and flumes. lk. ,aml llllH ,,00Il nctlvo nnd fttlr prlml
question of a Iliilletln reporter, ,11c- "II Is an enterprise of stupendous ,iavc ,,cl.n rcai,., for the benellt of the
sides having been canvassed at every character. Involving the expenditure of Hawaiian treasury. Speculation and
regular meeting of the executive coun- $2,600,000 of outside cnpltnl for the inn(j grabbing have been minimized
ell for some weeVs past, the matter development of the .agricultural re- and marked Improvement In the do
has been considered at almost dally tonnes of this country. In rainy velopment of lands taken li evident.
ccuieiemes oi uovcrnor wiie wun
uummissioncr iioya tinti oiner neaus or
Mr. Uoyd being asked whom Col.
Jones represented as trustee, answered
that It was Chicago capitalists aud. In
reply to a request for Information re-
gardlng the nature of the enterprise,
said, pointing to the localities tin a
niap of Hawaii:
"Here, from Honokane gulch In Ko
hala to Mullwal gulch In Hamakua, It
10 COMES OUT
13. llllo is soon to have
a polo club. Eight polo enthuslast!Btn,',,,, "m" 'iargert with mallelo-M
practice the expens.vcrgame weekly t V"SrTK "firA S
Hoolitlu park nnd n formal organ lia-k;,,,,, pnwit OII ncrollIll 0) tho pr0ltt,
MVU HIM BUUU IIIU1CWUI16Y. Ill" I VI
inatlnn of the club Is the outgrowth of
the tireless efforts of Dr. J. J. Grace,
who has been talking polo for the last
year. The gentlemen who have been
assiduously training ponies nnd teach
ing themselves how to swing the mal
let nre Dr. J. J. Grace. Ted Quord, New
ton I'routy, W, T. Ualdlng, bookkeeper
... 1ir..lnt... n- .. .1.1.. ...I ' ti .
ui ivaiimnu. ill. .niciiiL- i niu ui iiu-
kalau, Ralph Hamilton of Houomu,
J. E. .Metcalfe of Papalkou. 'E. W.
Hockley of Pnapaloa. Tribune.
Among the arrivals In the Ktnaii this
morning were Miss Julia Damon, Miss
Florence Hill, Miss K. N. Spence, Capt.
A. Itlie, Halph Johnston, E. N.
Holmis nnd wife. O, II. Gullrk und Hcv.
E. J. Van Deerllng.
Wulklkt Inn will be open tomorrow
as usual. Fine bathing.
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GORMAN HOLDS FIRST
BABBITT ;. .. ;'.'.'.:
eun 1 iMnuADvu
BROWN . ;
In addition to the coupons to bo cut
from the first page of tho Bulletin,
new subscribers are to be given re
ceipts with coupons uttaihed, entitling
them to votes ns follows:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.,100 votes
Tlu so coupons are detachable and
must bo torn from the subscription re
ceipts and deposited in the ballot box
the game as the first pago coupons. It
will be seen -that for ?, the subscrip
tion prlco of tbe Evening Bulletin for
one year, 7C0 votes are allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the samo
amount of money would buy only 150
voles If spent for slnglo copies of tbo
Bulletin on the street. The sum ot H
cable by surveys to gel water Into Ha-
miikua as well us Kobalu by means of
Impounding, conserving aud diverting
It. Tho water can be convecd to those
districts, so sadly In need of It, through
limes, wnen me mountain wnter wouiaiThe success of the Act would not be
uoi ne required for .irrigation, it
might be used for itumlng or motive
power, while at the present time It U
doing good to nobody,
"No, the land to be occupied by the
workH Is mostly so precipitous and cut
up with gulches as to bo ImpTactlcablo
of cultivation, llestdcs the govern-
ment reserves n vested right In the
hind nnd requires the holders of thu
franchise to take ull reasonable meas-
CASE OF FRED JEM
HE PRO? D IN COURT
The ease of Fred. Jensen, the Club
'cntlnn having satisfied Itself that Urn
rilltlltl tltlVltllF U.lllKtlfVI
defendant did not wilfully transgres-t.
The story is this: The arrest of
Jensen was mnde on tho day of tin
funeral of Tracy McDonald, one of ibu
attache- of the stables. It seems that
lis the body of McDonald was about tu
kao the undertaking parlors word
was sent to the stabk-H that there
t wore not enough present to carry the
Three or four of the men rounectcd
with the Ktables Jumped up and put
on their coats. Among these was As
sistant Manager Davis. Jensen. .1
man who Is unfamiliar with the hordes
In tho stables, was left In charge.
Shortly after this n call came for a
saddle horse to be sent to the Califor
nia Hotel. Jensen sent word to ono
of the buys upstairs nnd a hoi so was
sent down. Jensen mounted him und
was taking tha animal to the hotel
when arrested, Officer Cotf of tho po
lice force, recognizing his property
Jensen did not know tho horso was
not the propel ty of the stables.
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will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty slnglo copies of the Bulletin
with tho newsboys or at tho business
office. This amount of money, If ex
changed for a receipt for u six months'
subscription to tho Uulletln, will se
ettro 350 votes. One dollar for one
year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles tho subscrlner to 100
The prlio otiercd by tho Bulletin Is
on oxhlbltlnn In tho window of II. 1
Wlchnian, 617 Fort street, and will bo
presented to tho playor receiving" tho
groatest nuniucr of votes at tbo close,
of tho contest Oct. 16.
Votes doposltod at this offlco will
bo Included among the scattering until
tbo contestant has received a total of
10. Prom that time tho narnos will be
"Tliv Land Act of 189."," ioiiclud"d
pnmni..inl,P'mii-,i irro,iiv . .:i.
ri) , tno e(,ntltluns In tho Hawaiian
MaiuU. Under It the demand for nub-
questioned by nny Impartial observer
familiar with the facts. The extremely
varied quality of the lands, the Inter
mingling of public and private lands,
and the special needs of tho people, to
gether with the duty of best utilising
the limited public domain, require land
laws drawn to meet such special con
ditions and these In all essential points
have been met by tho I-and Act of
il (liNO, IS
TO OPEN NEW REIT
One ot the most unlaue and touch-
lug plans that has over been opened
In the heurt of Honolulu will throw
open Its doors this afternoon .undor
the proprietorship or D. u. Carnnritio.
thu large handler of foreign and local
nun ana vegetable products.
Tho resort faces on Alakca street bo
tween King mid Merchant streets, and
where formerly stood a partially din
mantled house now stands n nentlr
arranged building surrounded on
three sides by growing pineapple
plants, coffee trees lu bearing ladened
wltii tho ripe berry, as likewise sev-
eial varieties of commercial banana
ticcx. Surrounding the building Is a
broad lanal whero natrons can sit and
enjoy themselves over a bottle of tbe
famous "Primo beer.
Tho entire Interior has been fitted
up In keeping with the exterior, with
hnnd-patnted ceilings and fresco work,
tho latest sanitary plumbing nnd elec
tric lights. A feature will be made of
pi cparlng dully a col luncheon com
prise' 01 sniaus or uu Kinus, and as
the genial properltor Is well known In
th'e past on the Mainland as a caterer
of prominence this will be a decided
As Mr. Camarlnos Is popular with
everybody a great success Is certain
for his latest venture.
Bid MEtTINd IT EWt
Francis Murphy, Moses Nakulna ami
a number of temperance workers of
tbe city will go down tho road to Wv
iawa, in the Ewa district, on Sunday
morning's train for tho purpose of
there holding a big meeting. It Is cal
culated that something like four hun
dred natives will be present.
In connection with 'this meetlm;
(hern will be a Sunday school "holko
In which the children of tho following
churcheB will yke part: Walanae,
Honoullull, Uoaeac. Walawa, Puulou,
Kalauao und a delegation from the
Kalllil Sunday school.
Everybody Is cordially invltcdito bo
present at mis meeting, it is nopoii
that thcrn will bo a largo delegation
trom the city. Tho meeting begins at
11:30 o'clock. 0
8pauldleft Cup Committee.
At a meeting ot the Honolulu Base
ball League last evening, tho following
committee was appointed to inquire
into tbe Spauldlng Cup matter: C. F.
Cbllllngwnrth, Police (cam; John
Wise, Honolulu Athletic Club; Vivian
Richardson, Malic Illma Club, and
Duko McNIchol, star team. As there
was no member of the Artillery pres
ent, that organization has no represen
tntion on the committee.
Tbe cup Is now In the bands of the
old Regiment team and It Is to bo de
llvered over to the club which ths-
committee decides Is entitled to It.
The Merchants' Tared Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10a up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of tho United
Slates and Europo,
Ofllce, 1017 Bethel St.,
opposite Honolulu Market
V. .!. C. A. GYMNASIUM
Tbe ph) steal department of tho
Y. M. C. A. will open Monday after
noon with classes for boys from 2:34
ttHMS nnd a class for business men
from 4:30 to ":t.". The latter elasj
will be one of tbe special features of
gymnasium work. The exercises giv
en will be those designed to affect res
piration, circulation, digestion, assim
ilation mid the like. There will be
nothing of a difficult or acrobatic na
ture. Those who Intend to Join tin
various classes nre requested tu do -o
Kvenlng classes will be held on
Tuesday and Friday ovtglngs at 7: 13
o'clock. Thursday and pisturday eea
lugs will be devoted to such games os
Indoor basi'bnll. basketbatl aud handball.
RUNAWAYS IN H
JUDGE WILCOX GIVES
BOYS MORE TIME TO DO
A Recommendation For Kalua's Re
lease Was Signed a Few Days
Since B District
Knlua. Haleakala, Frank Hftole. Kl
die Fraga, Joe Manuel. Sam Haani'j.
Willie Lincoln and Kapa Kahololio.
The above Is a list of the boB whj
were caught at Ewa yesterday after
having escaped from the llcforni
School and walked nearly all night
along on the railroad track.
The, eight boys appeared beforo
Judge Wilcox t...8 morning and wcro
sentenced to torms in Oahu Jail as
well as the Reform School. Kalua.
the biggest boy in the bunch and
agtd about 15 years, was sentenced
to three months' Imprisonment at bard
labor and to pay a fine of G. In pro
nouncing sentence. Judge Wilcox re
marked -that he had only a few day
ago itUned a recommendation to let
Kalua go. In order thnt ho might take
care ot his aged grandmother. He
would now have to tako this back.
Haleakala, Frank Ilaoie and Ilaa
nlo were sentenced to the same term
of Imprisonment with the samo costs,
while the following were sentenced to
three months each In tho Reform
School, this sentence to begin at tho
expiration ot tho old ono: Joe Man
uel. Eddie Fraga, Willie Lincoln and
Kara Kahololio. Fraga baa already
sirved three or four terms In tba lie-
form School, and he Is not more than
12 years of age.
The remaining four boya ot the oi
caned Reform School lot were dlscov
01 eil In a banana patch at Kafauno ut
about T.M o clock this morning !)"
Ivapu, a resident. The pollco wen-
notllled and tho boys were cantnted
and put In tho Jail at Pearl City. Their
names' aro as follows: Georo Kahlua.
Willie .Forrest, Walk it and Sam Kalu
nal. They will appear before Judge
Wilcox en Monday.
m m m
PALAMA GROCERY TRIAL
.J. Ieffler vs. Palama Cooperatlrn
Grocery Co, was called for trial beforo
Judge I.lttlo this morning. I.ylo A
Dickey, appeared for tho plaintiff and
8. M. llaltou for tho defendant. The
following Jury was empaneled after Ju
rors had been challenged: W. K. Ho
well, J. Zablan, M. P. Robinson. A.
Fernandez, J, A. Legros, O. Cox, J, A.
McCandloBs, J, S. Walker, U. Nawaa
koa, E. S. Holt, 8; M. Damon and II.
Judge Llttlo dismissed tha case of
Joe Gouveia vs. Manuel Pachcco on
account ot want of prosecution ot ap
peal and Insufficiency ot bond. It was
an appeal from judgment of District
Magistrate Wilcox against the defen
dant for $100 and costs, being damages
on account ot striking plaintiff with a
wrench In the Grieve book bindery.
Plaintiff was laid off work five nnd a
half days from the Injury and had a
doctor's bill to pay, Pachcco was tlnad
I2S and costs for the assault prior to
tho damage sultl t
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Set roSd'o" h ina.Cb;
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.....w.! UTD, HVID , ftllUlttUOl
given notice of motion before Judge
Llttlo to take the deposition of Mary J.
Montano, a material witness, who Is
about to depart for California.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
I nit MM
Meeting of Committee In
Robertson ft. Wilder's . i
Office Today. .
REPRESENTATIVES OF 9
THREE CLUBS PRESENT.
There Will Be Twenty Races In fflU
Judges' Stands In Same Old
Place Program of
At a meeting of the Regatta Com
ailltee In the otOcc of Robertson &
Wilder this forenoon the program for
the races next Saturday was aett!e4.
en nnd various other matters of buil-
nets were decided. A. A. Wilder of
the Myrtle Boat Club. F. J. Church
or the Healaul Yacht and Boat Club,
and S. E. P. Taylor of the LelHnl
Boat Club w ere 'present.
The following races win make up mi
crogram for Regatta Day: Six-oared
sliding seat barge. frv for all; prize
ij trophy. Slx-oared gig, stationary
seat: prize $30. Slx-oared sliding seat
barge, Freshman race; prize 23 tro
phy. First class yacht race; nrsc
prize $60 trophy and second $30 tro
phy, second class yacnt race; nm
price $36 trophy and second $20 tro
phy. Third class vacht race; first
prize $30 trophy, second $20 trophv
nnd third $16 trnrhy. Fourth class
yacht race: first prize $25 trophy and
second $20 trophy. Tug of war be
tween Japanesi. Ashing boats; prize
$20. Swimming race, 100 yards
straightaway; prize $16. Diving con
test for time; prize V .
After this race will come an inter
mission of nn hour for lunch and then
will come tho remainder of the twen
ty races, ns follows: Four-oared shell
race: prize 125 trophy, wnaieboal
race: first prize $30 and second lio
Slx-paddle canoe race; first prize ?)
and second $15. Intermediate slx-oared
barge race, sliding beat: prize $25
tmphy. Steamer boat race; first prlx't jfj:-f ',-' y
$30 mid second $16. aalllng canou race; I "" - .J
fltst prize $20 and second $10. Hair
mile, more or lees, swimming contest;
prize $15. Four-oared merchant ships'
boats; first prize $20 and second $10.
Two-oared shoreboat race; first prln
$16 and recond $10. Two-oared sliding
sent race In boats from Germany;
prize $20 trophy. l
Thla program, as given. Is subject
to change. Races will bo open to all.
and thero will be no entry fees. All
rowing races are to be governed by )
the racing rules of tho Hawaiian Row
ing Association. ,
Besides tho courses for the yacht
races which wero published a few ,
days ago lu the Bulletin, tbe follow
ing have boon arranged for tbo row
Senior slx-oared barge Railroad
wharf, around two flags to bo anchor
ed mauka or the spar buoy and finish
at the Judges' stand. k
Pair oar, sliding scat Judges' stand
to mnkal end of channel or quarantine!
Four-oared shell race Rsllroad
wharf to makal end of channel or quar
Freshman, slx-oared bargo Judges'
stand, around the same, two flags as
In tho senior raco, to Judges' stand.
Intermediate six-oared barge
Judges stand, around knucklo buoy
and back to start.
The Regatta Day Judges have not
yet been chosen, but another meeting
of tho Regatta Committee Is to bo
bold next week and at that time the
matter will be settled. Tho Judges'
pontoon will bo located In tho sain
tT. ANTONIO BALL.
The grand opening ball of the 8t, An-.
I .-..-i ClnMl... .l.An .Uu. IV& atu
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clety's new hall on Vineyard between
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"""1 aTca P"" O CIOCK.
Fresh films plates, paper, efcetnlcals,
etc., received per Mariposa tot tto Ho
nolulu Photo Supply Co,
The Distiller Qets 4 gallons of Whis
key, which Retails for $16. Tha Gov.
eminent Gets 4; the Farmer Who
Raised the Corn Gets 50e (sometimes);
the Railroad Gets 20c; the Manufac
turer Gets 4; the Retailer Gets $7;
the Bartender Gets a Rake-off and
the Consumer Gets
But Drunk or Not Drunk, Buy Your
Footwear of Us and Save Money.
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