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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU II. T., FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1801.
Out of business? Not by n Jug full.JVe have bought out
ttio Pacific Ode Co., net door to Millers', ami have Just re
tched lf.O Columbia, Cleveland nml Hamblcr Illcycles, beslde-s
a full line of shell harjwnip. Thing look lll.o a lai k' slz.-il
beehive ijown hero, nml we wnnt ou to tome around to set us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
i:eibly liken good things to cnl
We bup Just opened n fine nssoitmpiit of
sonic of the follow Ing kiwis:
C. J. DAY & CO.
SIXTH CELEBRJTI9N JF
to he hclil
Saturday, Sept. 21, '01
COMMCNCIMtt AT ttiKO A. M.
1. SKonrcd sliding seat barge'. fie
Tor all. Pilze, (.in; trophy.
2. Sivoarpil gig imp; stationary
enis. Prize. $.!0.
1. SIv-oared sliding "eat barge.
(Kshnian rate. Pilze, $25, tinpliy.
I. First t lass jacbt rate, First
iiIzp $'), trophy, second. $10. trophy
.".. Second t lh yacht l nee. l'lrst
prlzcr $35. troph . second, $20. tiuph).
li. Third class wicht race Flint
prize. $3n trophy: second, $30 tioph),
third. $15 tiophy.
7. liiili til class far lit race, Flist,
price. $25 trophy; seTond, $20 trophy
S. Tun .f war litwouii Jupttntm.
fishing boats, l'rlzp, $20.
'J. Swimming inee; inn jnr.!
stnilghtnwny Prize. $15
ID. Dilug contest Tor time. Pi be
intermission fou i.rNcir.
11. Pom oaicd shell nice. Piize, $.'"
12. Whale-boat lace. First pi Ire. $.W,
13. Six-puddle canoe race. Flist
pilze. $20; second. $15
14. Intermediate slx-oared liaiR
lace, sliding sent.. Prize. $2.. trophy.
15. Steamer boat luce. First, $30;
Hi. Sailing inline race. First prlzo,
JUO; sec mid, $10.
17. Half-mile, moip ni less, swim
nilng eotitoist. Prize. $15.
18. Fciur-oaied mere bant ship'
lio.its. l'list ptize. $20; i-eioiid. $10
19. Twn-ourod shoie bolt. First
pilze. $15, second, $10.
2. Tweiouieil sliding seat rait? Ill
boats fioiu (ieimatiy. .Pilro $20 tin
Above program Biibject to thnng'?.
Itaces open to all. No entty fees.
.Swimming and diving races open tin
til start of i at ph.
All rowing rates ale to be goerniil
! the rating rules of the Hawaiian
Each entry shall luc luiln the name of
the boat, or if it have none the nniiij
of tho person who enters it In the race.
Entries close with J. W. Smithies ut
Pacific Hardwuio Co. at 5 p. m. Wed
nesday. Sentember IS. 19nl.
For further Infoi mullein apply to the
Hegiitla Committee or tho isoiietury.
J. W Smithies. 1 912-1 f
We nrc now In the Automobile
Uulldlng nnd nrc prcimreil tn turn
the Uncut livery In town.
ISonrderH mite from tire, iih
the building Ih FIRE-PKOOF.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
HEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"This is E. 0. Hall & Son."
"E. O.Hall & Son! Why, I
tlioaght yen were bornt oat of
For You I
nml It's our busltiPfcs lo Kelt them
cookies and biscuit, Ini-luelliii;
Orange Cookies, Etc.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
A11SOLUTELY WlTHOt'T PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These nrc the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, Oil
nml apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns nndcctecnble from natural teetb
nnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
clono by OIlADl'ATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist (live us a call, anil you will fine! I
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
win ten you in nuvance exactly wnai '
vour work will cost by a FREE EX
rTiA:"" 55-SSltlie sale of his nl.i'ee .,,. ih. lUm..'
. . .
iiviu wiiFnimiiiiit ! gu.uu : - - '
(old FlllinijH $,ooi,ul where Keltnl Is stnlng at thel
llvcr FllllnriH 50c
Our name nlone will be a guarantee
that jour work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Rulldiug, Hotel 8 trow
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Mr.. C A.
Anil I:cr Cvcnlnii.
To-night unci To-morrow Nliilit,
snPTr.Mi:n m, ut a i.m.
FIRST GRAND MATINEE.
Children half price to a1 1 parts of Theitre.
"The Belle of New York"
The box plan now open at Wall,
Nichols Co., where seats can be had.
PRICES $1.50, tl, 75c, 50c,
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
Doors open at 7:30 p. in.; owrtuiv
at 8 p m.; tanlages ut 10:30.
A. II. POLLARD.
Ilawn. Hotel. Una.
The rases of Osakl Muuklihl, charg
ed with murder In the first elegiee and
the ease of Funukl Kasabaro, iharged
with strangling his child a few dajs
ngo, came up In the Pulleo Court this
forenoon. 'I he ciish of the latter was
put oer a week to allow the Grand
Jury time to Investigate. The case of
Osakl M.inklihl was continued until
Monday. Sheriff Drown explaining that
the deftndiint was befcue the (Irand
Weather Uureiiu, Puliation, Beptcm
ber 20.--Temperature Morning mini
mmn, 71; Midday maximum, 84.
Ilnromeler nt 9 a. m 30.00. Irregular
Dew Point CbF
llumlillty at 0 a. m 61 per cent.
Diamond Heml Hliial Station, Sep
tember 20. Weather clear; wind light
Schr. Cone orcl, from Panullu.
Frldnv. Sept. 20.
Stmr. Ilnmilel, Pederseii. hum Kn
Stmr. Klnnu, Fieeman. from
I!. S. A. T. Huniner, linker,
tlajH fiom Snn Frnnclsio.
Sir. Iwnl.inl, tlieen. for Eleclc. Jl.t
kuwell. Wnlmen and Kckahu.
Str. Wiilnleale, Plltr, for Aiinhola.
Schr. Malolo, for Ilnmilel and Kull
Friday, Sept. 20.
P. .M. S. S. China. Seabury. for thn
Am. p. W. II, Smith, Colley, for the
Stmr. Hnnnlfl. Pederseii for llllci.
Schr. Eclipse, for Maul and Hawaii
pmts, 3 p. in.
Str. Oregonlan, for New York, via
Knhiilul, Cnrnnel and San Lucia.
SAILINO THIS AFTERNOON.
P. M. 8. 8. City of Pnia, Zuder. for
Port l-os Angeles.
For Knunl, per sir. Inalanl, Sept. 19
A. S. Wilcox, Mrs. A. Darnel. Mrs.
K. II. Wall, Ilev. Felmy and wife, W.
Hninn. Mr. Ollen. Collet. T. (' Howell
W. F. Snnborne nnd 50 Porto Rlcnns.
For the. Orient, per P. M. S. S. chi
na. Sept. 20 John L. llatcheliler and
wife, Frank A. Howe, M. do Montvllle.
Miss Ilose'D.ily. Woodwnnl Smith nnd
wife, II. F. II. Ferguson, J. 11. Fergu
son, J. N. Hall, A. F. Iliinthmnn, J. O.
From Hlto ami way ports, per stun
Kliinu, September 20. Mr. and .Mm.
P. L. Wight. E. P. Low. wife u.id
four chlldien; John De Files. Then
Wolf. Oeorgp II. Robertson Jr.. Mrs
James nml child, Senator D. Kitlnuo
kalanl. Mrs. W. A. Iialley ami child.
K. Hoshlna, Miss Knto "Woodward.
Mr. ami Mrs. lloolnpn. J. 8. Caunrl.).
Samuel May. P. P. Woods. J. F.
Wooits. R. Smith. Ilev. K Sklmok. El
cler M. . Hush, Elder W. F Phllllpj,
Mrs. E. Ouerro. J Koki. F S. Knight
ami wife. Miss T. Parker nnd mnli!.
Miss Annie Dow sett, Mrs, L. de L.
Ward. Miss K. Vltla. Master K. Will-
line, . Chewmnn, Ah Ling, N. Su-
E. Walters, tl Masuda.
W. Ilnnmi nml 87 deci.
Is. N. Liikua
Chonc MekMllne. one of the wealthy
I iiiiminiii lit inn I'irv ia iiuuiirifiiinn rnri
t a.t . . . . . i
present time. He states that, us soon
as he succeeds 111 selling this place,
will go back lo China.
Siili-ciilif fe.r tin. WKKK1A
ITI.I.KTIX, only $1 per milium.
No one without the permission ef
aiw win "iinwiii ii i s iiiinniti is
the llegatta Committee will be iillow,
ed on the Judges' Stand during Re
The steamer J. A. Cummins will
leave the Oceanic dock nt 11 n. rti. to
lew the ueht races. Only those with
passes Issued by the llegatta Commit
lie will be allowed on board.
IN THE CIRCUIT COl'RT OF THE
First Circuit. Teirltory of Hawaii, at
Chambers. In Probate. In the Matter
of Hie Estate of Dang Yong Yok, lui
or Honolulu, Onhii, deieased, petition
having been filed by Dang Yung Fonj:.
mother or said Intestate, praying that
I.cttcis of Admlulstiatloii upon sulci
estate be Issueel to Dang Yong Foiu.
notice is Hereby given that Fildny, tlu
25th day or October, A. D. 1901, nt 10
o'clock a, in., lie and heieby Is appoint
eel for healing said petition In th'
court room of this court nt Honolulu.
Oahu. ut which time ami place all per
sons concerned may appear and show
cause. If any they haw, why said peti
tion should not be granted,
Honolulu, Sept. IS, 1901.
Ily the Court:
1947 Sept. 20, 'J7; Ott. 4, 11.
But mnt people are not
worrying about It.
Iliey jut buy nil" of our
ileHk or celling finm and
keep cool. That's whit you
should do. Ths cost is very 1 tile
In comparison to the amount of
comfort you will get from them.
DhhK FANS, $10.00
CLILING " 40.00
Telephone Mnln U00.
Ads. in this column will be Irserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion! 23
tents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people rf
JUST armed, graduate Lelpslg Cent
senntory, glvps piano lessons, f3
month; speilnl nttentlon to nilult lit"
glnners. Add. Music, this tifllie.
HGGrriS WANTED $3 lo $5 per day
ensll mntle for the next 9" dajs
selling an attracts e line of holldny
goods. For full particulars semi
name Bnd address to Albert Despret.
Star IiIiIk.. Chlengo, UK I94tj-lw
NOTICE TO HUNTERS (loot shoot
lug prlxlh ges for the Nnnaktill lati.U
nre again otTtred to tho public.
Those wishing to secure pel mils
will be furnished with tickets upon
application nt the utile e of The Dow
sett Company. Limited. W. F. Dll
llnghfiiu, irensuier. 194G-lm
MISS C. K RU EG ER Piano Initruc
tloiiv; studio. Metropolu bldg.. 1150
Alnkea St., Til. Main 315.
SELECT RELIABLE HELP Male e,i
female. Tel 2811 Blue or tall "Se
leet Emplojmiut Olllie," Mngoo.i
bldg, Merchant ami Alakea Sts.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before htilng elsewhere; soil
on nsy ia ments. Our cushiomt nr?
guniniiteid Tor twenty yenrs, nnd
nre made by a new vulcanizing prof
ess. Old tables luted witn our tusn
Ions are ns good as new; satisfaction
guarantee d or money refunded. Sou
our advertisement of "Mnnagvr
Wnnteil" for lawful Blot machine1.
Palmer llllllard Table Wcuks. Chi
cago, Ills. 1M7-ZIII
IF YOU HAVE a house- for" rent or
want to rent n house, see A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to nnel promptly remitted.
OITke ll.r Kaal.limnnu street. 1893-lf
NOTICE Tho grounds oi the Alt'xan
der Young building, and the private
street to be known ns Bishop street,
are rloseel to the public until lur
(Signed) WM. Ml'TCH.
1878-3IH Supt. Alex. Young Illelg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The l'nlo.1
Express Co. has WHITE SsANI) FOR
SALE". 1313 tf
A GERMAN GIRL would like a posl i
Hon to tnke euro of children. Ad ':
dress II.. this eiflke. 1 947-1 w
WANTED Two (jirls to woik III tjlnd
er.v. Enquire at this oflko. 1943 tr
WANTED Furnished room; also sta
bling ace nmmodnllons on same
premises for htin-e. V. P.. Iliillctln
WANTED Pupils to learn type-wilt-
I II tr tiic! I If iti frtmtil ti In li t tmi tut t mi t
1oit tPrmi.. Ito.m 8. MnKOon bl.l
i i "'mii sssi oihh khu nt m,
I'M ' V
"Aeeitu rosuion ny a poling limy
P. O. box Uej3
MANAGER WANTED III eery Iniga
county lo appoint agents for the in-
mqus "(lame o Skill nickel slot ,
machine for drinks or cigars; law-i
nil -verwhein; take-s place or nil;
lorhldde-n slot machines. Rented in I
sold on easy pn ments. Secure ter-'
rltory qulik. Pnlmer llllllard Tnble
Works. Chicago. Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond nnd Opal ,
Rings, in the latest Bt)les. Watihes
repaired by n Jeweler of 35 ears'
Ly " ,. i.j j-, i s. n
expel lence. O. DIET,
I ott street,
ROOM AtND BOARD.
FOR SALE HtiiiM hold furniture lor
four rooms. Ennuiie Fort St., opu.
FOR SALE A house nml lot In Kal -
mam tiaet. Apply nt tin- TeiritoiUlcn very lartse consignment of
19 15-1 w
FOR SALE llllllard table ami outilt
In good comlltlon; cheap. Addresi.
'Table-." thik offlce. 1913-lw
FOR SALE Furniture eif four rooms,
verj rensonable Addiess J. E. R
FOR SALEStelnway parlor grand
piano; perfect condition. Call on
Will E. Fisher. 1938-tf
FOR SALE New and second-hand
Smith Premier typewriters for salo
or rent. All makes repaired, Wasu
Ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
comlltlon. One used only a short
time. Addresb "V. X.,' Iliillctln of
fice. 1922 If
FOR SALE Lot In McCillly tract,
190x90, $2,2(10; three lots In Knpu
hulii, 19,000 square feet. $1,100; lot
on llerctania St., 150x50. Judd &
Co.. Ltd. Olllce No. 307 Stangen
wnld building: telephone) Mnln 223;
P. O. Dox ili7 1910-tt
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Tnliila," as she now lies in the har
bor. Sh" 1b a nearly new boat, in
pel feet w oi king order, unci haB bee'i
of late need In towing at ICahulul
harbor. W. II, Pain,
FRESH STRAW Tho Union Expiess
Co. has a lot of fresh ilco Btraw lor
NICELY furnished room, $5 month;
private family; also front room. $lo.
53 Vine anl St.. near Niiuanu.
TO LET Three rooms for light noui-
keeping. Mrb. Kennedy, Adams
TO LET House at present occupied
by Mis. I). Center. Young street ex
tension near McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Ulshop, C. Ilrewer & Co., Queen
TO LET Newly furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable,
Third house ulmve German Uake-ry,
Fort St. 1930 tf
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.. bix
rooms; modern improvements; $20.
Emmett May. Judd Uldg. 1940-tf
FOR RENT Two (2) Btory lioitBen at
Kekaullko pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Kaplolanl
Estate, Ltd. 192t-lt
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five
room cottage on Vineyard St., be-twee-n
Emma and Punchbowl, Ad
dress P. O. Uox CIS. 1928 if
TO LET Two
T( RENT A mosiiulto proof room,
five mluutCH walk from tramrnr In
cool district; board If required; tel
ephone service, Atldriss "E" Dill-
FOR RENT A new house on Arto
slnn St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of CIms.
E. Frasher, Con sol I elated Soda
ro RENT Sl roeuu inttago on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, etc Apply O II., P. O.
box 3C3. 1939 U
TO RENT Ui-shlenee t.f Dr. J. S.
Mctlrew. cor of He retnnla nml
Richard Sts., suitable for doctor b
olTIro or prhate residence. Apply
to Dr. J. 8. Mcdrew- Lunalilo. cor.
Hnikfcld, or J T MtOrew Illshop
Dank. 1937 It
IF nti linvo n, house for rent, or wnnt
to rent u house, tall on A. It. 11INDT,
office with Uulde Pnhllslilng Co,
Campbell block, Merchnnt St Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-11
FOR LEA8E Furnished house now
occupied by Mrs. K. K. Pratt, No.
1081 Piiqclihowl St., for two enro.
Will bo fcrant middh of nextuetk.
llouso elettrlc wired. 1H45-1W
FOR LEA9E Premises on Union St.,
with n frontage of 242 feet and n
depth oi 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. ..lONSAItllAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST If the young lady, who, by
mistake or otherwise, took uway
from Progress Hnll Inst SATHU
DAY evening a white cashmere,
blue satln-llned enpe. with white
swansdown edging, will return It to
tho Iliillctln officu, she will confer a
lav or. 1932 tf
Jas. F. Morgan
n68 Queen Str
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
tho Claudlne wharf of tht? Wilder
S. Co., I will sell at Public Auction
ilor account of whom It may concern.
ROLLED I1AHLEY, ns Is.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Reception to MUtttonnrteH.
A reception to about forty mission
uiita bound through to Japan, China
nml Korea tn the steamship China,
weie given a reception In the hall of
the Y. M. C, A. last evening by mem
berrt of the various churches of tho
city. The reception, whlih wub decld
cdl impromptu, proved a great success
and the hall was thronged with people
fiom 8 to 10 o'clock. Light refresh
ments were served during the evening.
Rev, O. II. aullck made an address of
welcome. Rev, Hiram Ulnghnm and
Miss Mattle Chamberlain followed Mr.
(iullck. Mr. Frank Damon wished tho
missionaries God-speed and then sev
eral of the missionaries themselves ad
dressed the audience, There were
it bout two hundred people present at
ftlurp'iy tn Hllo.
Hllo, Sept. 19. The well-known torn
pirunce orntor, Franils Murphy, ac
companied by Rev. L, M. HnrtlfV,
head of tho Anti-Saloon League In
Honolulu, arrived on tho Klnnu yes
terday, and will hold meetings heto
dining next week pr so ut Haiti church.
It Is airangpd trilt tbeio will ! lein
penance? tnlka eveiy ii'glit and on Son
iUr theio will bo t'vj wmlcri Her-aid.
ART DE LA MODE
l.ntuHt Hnnclert from
Preparations for the Holidays
ITH A VIEW to finding out
what preparations our
merchants are making for
the holidays, and of seeing
what new things are ar
riving: from the world of
fashion, I visited the store of
Whitney & Marsh
the other day,
I was greeted very pleasantly by the
courteous head of the firm, who has
but lately returned from the Main
land, and who chatted very Interest
ingly anent his trip. .
When I asked him to show me some
rof the new and pretty things he had
bought, he smiled and said.
Why, there are so many that I
scarcely know where to begin; but
the special Item we are showing this
week Is these!
There they were a table piled full
of them, In a wondrous variety of
colors, double and single face, embrac
ing Grecian Heraldic, Egyptian and
Arabesque designs. There were also
Art Denims In pretty, plain shades,
and bright-colored Sllkotlnes, and
beautiful Cretonnes. If It ever hap
pens that any one asks me to help
him In, furnishing a house, I shall it
least have some Ideas for making cur
tains and portieres, and couch covers.
BELTS AND BUCKLES.
Just to the right of the Draperies.
I saw, hung over the counter about a
hundred of the newest belts with
some of the prettiest buckles I have
ever seen. There is a new double
buckle which allows both ends of the
belt to droop, giving the fashionable,
long-walsted effect to the wearer. This
buckle Is readily removable, and when
the belt Is worn out the buckle may be
kept and attached to a new belt.
IH these I saw the most recent con
ceits, and many are the new Ideas
that the makers have put forth In
Pompadour, Side and Back Combs,
Fourettes, Stray-Lock Pins and Hair
Ornaments. The Imitations of real
shell are very clever and of course
don't cost anything like the genuine
The store's assortment of Purses.
Chatelaines, Shopping Bags and Card
Cases is excellent, and the prices low
er than I have ever seen them. I
know that that department will have
a rush of business as Holiday tlmo
But the Wash Goods section! How
I could rave over the pretty things I
saw thercl You have the prettiest
Wash Goods here I ever saw. and I
have traveled a good bit of the. world,'
i am toid tnat there Is a great demand
now for Chambrays and Linen Glna-
hams and Silk Ginghams, and Madrrs
Tissues and Pineapple Zeohvrs. Thj
plain colors ox-blood and light blue J
chiefly are the most popular, but
mere is also a steady demand for all
stripes and tor stripes with small fig
urea worked In between.
Unquestionably the most popular til
nowadays both for men and women is
inc narrow rour-m-nana known as
the "Derby. This tie goes well wltn
the high band turnover collar, its nar- 1
row width allowing It to be tied In a
four-in-hand knot even where the out
siue edges of the turndown collar al
iftost touch in front. Nevertheless tha
popularity of the Batwlng and Butter.
ny ilea does not seem to wane, and.
thera Is also a fair share of Clubs,
Tecks and Windsors worn. I noticed
a number of ties In the Regatta col
orsMyrtle and Healanl which I was
told were to sell at 35c tacn.sj think
urn iow price win oe appreciated, as
one doesn't always feel like paylnrj
75c or a dollar for a tie which Is worn
little more than one day in a year.
Many of us have lived all our lives
without ever having seen a scrap of
linen of American manufacture. I
saw some in Whitney & Marsh's base
ment salesroom, and it was b-utlful.
You couldn't tell It from English Lin
en, and If you could then I am, in the
language of an esteemed contempor
ary of mine, a fringed doylle serving
as a mat for a bottle of Worcester
shire Sauce. There are ejovilrs of
American linen ind Table Cloths, too,
and Napkins and several kinds of tow
els. I shall be Interested to know h?w
these goods are received here.
But If there was any one thing that
I was more glad to see than all the
rest It was a big pile of the famous
Rsdfern Corsets the first shipment to
the Hawaiian Islands. I wore one
nee and ever since I have looked hack
to that time of comfort with Infinite
longing. Why, even the first tlmo you
put It on it's as eisy as the proverbial
old shoe. It yields to every motion of
the body and never breaks at the hips.
And yet it is always as stylish as were
the gowns of the man whose name It
bears. I am told that it will sell at
three dollars, which is exactly what,
you pay In San Francisco.
Many other things I saw In my trip
through this well-kept store Long
Cloths, India Llnons and Vlctorh
Lawns, sheer and fine; delicate Swiss
es, wash Chiffons and Organdies, ex'.
quislte Allovers, Tucklngs, and Em
broideries. Arabian and Valenciennes
Laces, rich Silks and Ribbons: but
of these perhaps I will tell you moie
in another letter. BUD BRIER.
AKO GOT rtllXED.
Ako, a sneak) looking Chinaman,
was up in the Police Court this fore
noon on the charge of vagrancy, he
having been caught last nlgbt on the
lunul of the house of Henry Ingham,
the owner of the place nnd another
man making the capture themselves.
The defendant pleaded guilty to the
charge, but tried to excuse tho art by
stating that he had been very 111 for
keveral dajs and that ho did not knoir
what he was doing. He got mixed up
and went Into the wrong plnce. He de
nied having gone on the InnaL '
Ingham said the man was not only
on the lanal but that he tried several
times to open the front door. He bad
do trousers on at tho time, Judge Wil
cox sentenced Ako to twenty days' Im
prisonment ut bard labor.
A part of the File Claims Comrnls.
slon will go to Muut pnxt week fa In
vestigate the losses at Walluku. It U
piobahle that Judge Kepolkal and
J. Testa will be the ones to go.
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