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Vor,. XI. No. 1957.
HONOLTJLTT. TERBITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. OOTOHKll 2 1901.
PltlOB 5 OBNT8.
Many Cases Continued
While Some Are
LIKELY TO CONTINUE
Large Bond in Carter Minors- Guard
' ianship Short Loan Invest
ment for Kaawa
Judge Ueur devoted this morning to
recalling the calendar for the special
term. Many cases were continued till
the November term and a few were
dropped for want of representation of
Judge I.lttle held a late night session
csterday on the spendlhrlght trust
msn of Kalua Kanuhlkl. Further evi
dence was taken nnd the case continu
ed until moved on. In the event of
the trust being continued, the court
.will requlro evidence as to the regular
Hllowance of money which should ba
proper for the ward. Tlic Impression
left Is that J. A. Magoon'B guardianship
of the spendthrift will be continued.
I. M. Long, attorney for plaintiff In
the trespass case of Hnoka Poaha. a
minor, by his guardian ad litem, A.
Poaha, vs. 12. I.llchua. confessed de
murrer and was granted leave to file
mi amended complaint.
Judge Rear has signed an order that
r.eorge n. Carter, guardian of the prop
erty of Henry A. P. and Orace S. Car
ter, minors. Ille and approved bond In
$100,000, also that he pay an ntorney's
fee of 2.'i to Robertson c
appearance In the matter.
In the matter of the guardlunshli
Oeorge and Kobcrt Kaiiwa, minors.
Judge Gear orders tha the fund now
In the 'Hands' of their guardlin. Jariics
n, Fullerton, be Invested In Bhort loans
nt one per cent per month for the sup
port of the minors.
After the calling of the calendar.
Judge Clear resumed tho jury trial of
, Harrison vs. Magoon nnd others, tha
Hngey cure company case, while Judgn
I.lttle anew picked up the threads of
the clouded title of Honolulu Invest
ment Co. vs. Helen K. Rowland and
others, which Involves the site of the
New England Rakery In Hotel street.
'' Alt Hlng has brought an action
against Ah On, the Chinese policeman,
for $3000 damages on account of fall
Kulnnn has brought an equity suit
ngalnst Kaoo and others, for partition
nnd sate of real estate In Honolulu r ou
tlining 0.73 acre.
Discontinuances have been llled In
the following matters: Guardianship
of II. P, Williams ct nl. Petition for
ndmlnlstratlon, estate of John N. Hao.
Guardianship of Florence Dell Tewks-
luiry. fluardlnnshlp of Albert II ,
Thomas R. (Jr.), I.ydla C, and Norman
X. T.ucas. Petition for snle of real
estate of Kealoha Iuko. deceased.
Wing Mow Chan, a Chinese Arm, has
appealed against District Magistrate
llckey's judgment against It In favor
of II. Hackfeld & Co., for $305.68 debt
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
MURMUR AMONG POLICE.
A murmur could easily bo dlstln
ulslied about tho police station this
morning with reference to the sen
tences Imposed on a couple of China
men charged with vagrancy. Thov
werotwo of the worst specimens tho
police havo had to deal wltn for nianv
; moon, and they admitted, among
other things, hnvlng had no work for
a month or more, nnd having borrow
ed money from their friends duiln?
that period. When Judge Wilcos
would surely have sentenced the men
to three months' Imprisonment at liar 1
labor, Judge Dickey sent them ovsr
lor two weeks only.
The Only Yacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern In
provements; $40 a month.
Also large residence on the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
BBGGING ON THE 8TRBET.
At tho noon hour today Albert Mar-
man catcd at the police station anl
swore out a warrant charging Vascon
cellos with assault and battery on Sep
tember 30. Ho stated that tho Por
tuguese hoodlum had given him .i
terrible beating without any provoca
tion whatever. Tho latter purt of this
statement remains to bo proven l.l
court; tho former' part was patent t
nil who saw Marman. His faco was l.l
a terrible condition and It was c.u
account of the Injuries he receive I
that ho was unable to get to the pollcs
station sooner than he did.
LARGE LOT OF SEEDS
BEING PUT IN GROUND
Advice Reguested from Federal Ex
pert About the Introduction of
Woodpeckers to Fight
The distribution of plants by the
Department of Agriculture from the
Territorial nurseries has been poU
poned until tho 20th of this month.
This Is because tho department is
busy with forestry planting operation
to catch tho rainy season. It hat
received n large lot of forest tree
seeds from tho Federal Department,
which ore being planted out In boxoi.
Commissioner Wr.ay Tayl s writ
ten to Dr. C. II. .ucirlam o Wash
ington Department, asking his advice
regarding tho importation of woi-l-peckers:
Governor Dole has for some
time past thought that this bird would
b n useful one to introduce In tho Hit
wallan forests for getting nway with
the boring insects. "
Professor Koebcle, the Territorial
entomologist, had misgivings about
tho woodpecker. He feared that it
might destroy certain useful insects
that are the chief protection against
destructive worms. Before wiitltiK
to Dr. Merrlam, tho Commissioner con
suited Professor Koebcle, who Is will
In ,n tin ,,, .l n.n.l flinf tlm "ilivn & '
... ,1. l.t.OTJ- (,v.u w.u. . .........
.woodpecker, the kind meant to be In
1 0I tioduced. and which has Its habitat In
California, would prove Innoxious. Tin
Intention Is to place the woodpeckup
In the forests of Mnul and Hawaii.
Professor Koebele will go to Maul
for an official tour next week.
Hit News Unacceptable.
13. M. Walsh, who arrived from Sun
Francisco last week, will return next
week. When asked today If .he haJ
anything to tell regarding Hawaii. il
Interests on the Coast, the former
Hawaiian planter answered laconically
but with a column or meaning In his
lone. "Nothing that you would like to
Live Wire This Morning.
Ward S. Dartlett, when coming Into
town, about 4:30 this morning, was
staitlcd by a crackling noise ovor
head. This was about opposlto the
Langdon lodging house In King street.
Looking up ho saw tho electric when
In a lively stato of combustion. U
did not take Mr. Dartlett long to git
from under the danger.
NO RAIN ON OTHER ISLANDS
By Wireless Telegrnph. O
Motokal Station. October 2. Light rain fell last night and this O
morning. Looks like more ' '
Ijinal Station, October 2. Nornln here. O
i niminri at.-itlnn. "flMnhpr 2. No rain. .
o o o o o o o o o o o o o
STUDENTS AND BUSINESS
The work of ridding certains parts of traduction of ptcdaccous Insects or by
the"nortli shore of Long Island of mos- stocking It with fish. The existence!
qtiltocs Is going forward constantly of the Cold Spring Harbor laboratory
and practical results aro looked for within the territory with which the ns
Knrm uvi the New York Sun. The soclntlon set out to deal wns a fortu-
Noith Side Protective Association and nnto circumstance. The medical writ
the Cold Spring Harbor Biological er observes:
Laboratory are wot king Jointly, the "The magnitude of tho task propos
aesoclaHon being practically Interest- Cd by the association appealed to tho
ed and the laboratory undertaking the workers at the biological laboratory:
scientific experimenting necessary to they saw the mutual advantages that
carry the plans to success. would accrue through the -work nnd so
In nn editorial on this subject, under (he union of forces took place tho
the caption, "Biology and Comfort,"' North Sfdo Protective Association pro-
ln the cunent Issue of tho Medical vldlng tho money nnd Influence neces
News of New York city, the writer .sary to carry on the great mosquito
says: ' v-
"To carry out this scheme 11 was ne-( laboratory providing the technical
cilisary first of all, that a biological .knowledge and rno trained workers to
examination of tho waters of the re-, study the biological aspect of tho prob
clnn should be made to determine Just lem of 'extermination and to -make re-
where the mosqiilibes are breeding and
what means will best serve In tho
treatment of each spot. This work la
one that requires expert knowledge,
for In the woodland ponds and by tho
side of the country brooks there nre
many 'wrigglers' that have nothing to
do with mosquitoes, but are easily mis- which It Is hoped to stir up health
taken for them." ' boards, property owners and other
Tho Medical News says that only tho residents to the danger of mosquitoes
biologist who understands tho depen- and to the reed of doing nway with lo
dence of tho mosquito larva upon Its cal breeding spots."
environment can properly Indicate thn As nn Incidental result of this work
right method of dealing with any partlc the Medical News looks for a better np
ular spot. .One breeding place may re- preclatlori among people generally of
qulro to bo filled In, another to be the proper work of the biologists, thfl
drained and while In one place "petro- discovery of the general laws that gov
llzlng" may bo Indicated It may ba ern living creatures, discoveries which
that another breeding ground could Inure to the comfort nnd deepest wel
best bo cleared of the pests by the In- faro, ns It snys, of the human race.
Hopes That Storm May
THREE INCHES FELL
AT WEATHER CENTRAL
Value of Storm Sewers on Fort Street
Good Prospect of Full Reser
voirs in Nuuanu
After nearly a week of extremely
oppressive weather, the prevailing
wind being south, the first strong rain
showeis In many moons teian falling
yesterday afternoon. Among the
earlier results was activity In thu
umbrella nnd waterproof clothing
At 3 o'clock In the afternoon tor
rents ran down the gutters. The value
of the storm sewers became apparent
In Fort street. There was volume
enough of water to have covered that
busy thoroughfare an Inch jleep. Judg
ing by consequences of remembered
rainfalls before the sewers were made,
but the streams now lost their cnmti
Intlvo powers by being drawn off
through the gratings at each crossing.
Still, the storm has not yet assumed
such magnitude as to give a thorough
test to the sewers. They may become
choked mi should nnythlng like au
extraordinary Hood ensue.
Andrew Ilrown. Superintendent of
Water Works. Is pleased at tho advent
of rain, particularly as he Is going to
i -. .,.- ., .1
the Mainland tomorrow. Tho rain
fall has not, however, been as yet of
great benefit to the, reservoirs up Nuu
anu valley. Mr. Ilrown snyVthat only
the edge of the storm prevailed above
the government elertrlc light station.
The ground was so dry, Mr, Ilrown
eays. that It absorbed tho bulk of the
precipitation, but as It Is now fairly
well saturated the streams will begin
flowing Btrongly under continued rain
to the benefit qf the reservoirs.
C. J. Lyons, the government meteor
ologist, reported at noon that the rain
fall nt the central weather station,
Punnhoii, was threeInehes. He had
not yet heard from the other Honolulu
Mr. Lynns believes that this rain Is
general. In which ense the long delay
cd relief to the parched nnd burning
districts on the Island of Hawaii would
arrive. Although, If It were general.
Mr. Lyons does not think the rnln
would reach Hamakua before tonight.
There has not been more, than n
slight drizzling since sunrise this
morning, but the weather Is thick and
giving promise of some conildcrabln
bit of n rainy season
oo o o o o o o o o o o o o o
COMBINE AGAINST MOSQUITOES
campaign ana tne coin spring uaruor
commendations as to the treatment
of each breeding place,
"What will remain will then be a
' series of engineering problems and
board of health legislation, The labor-
ntory has been called upon also to or-
ganize tho campaign of education by
Positively the last performance .if
The Dellc of New York" will bo gU
en tomorrow night. Saturday ntl-i-
noon and evening "Tho Gaiety Girl
will be staged. Doors will bi open
for the matinee nt 1;30, performance
to start at 2 sharp. Children, half
price to all parts of tho theater.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand n fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
CAPTAIN RUNS FOUL
OF CUSTOMS OFFICER
Siip is Fined One Hundred Dollars
By Collector Ridgeway at
Hilo- Did Not
Collector of Customs Ridgeway ani
the agents and captain of thu Marlm
Chllcott at Hilo aiu having trouble. It
is all because thu vessel started to
discharge her cargo without first en
tering at the customs house.
- In a letter received today tho follow
ing statement it made concerning tux
matter: The Chllcott arrived In Hilo
and her captain, accompanied by Mr.
Guard, went to the' customs house to
enter tho vessel. -After waiting qul'o
a long time for tho collector, and r.U
seeing him, tho captain and Mr, Guar!
left. The ship's papers wcro left with
Mr. Guard nnd the vessel started dis
charging. A uoto (.'as left for the Col
lector stating that when It suited Hti
convenience the vessel would bu en
tered. Tho Collector was Informed of
. ..,, 11(!rln. .,, hn nB.paf,P,i
. .1ftft lh rnlltnn ,. .,
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breaking tho law. fThls action on-th-i
part of thu Collector caused much
wrath nnd both the'cnptaln and agent
declare they will ni.t pay the flnv' and
that when the time1 comes for her to
sail, she will be 5nt away wlthort
clearance if the C lector refuses II
Mr. Guard and thelCIMcott a captain
will come to Honolulu In the next Kl
nan to see Collector Stackablo about
the matter.. The Chllcott comes from
Ran Francisco with general cargo and,
being a coastwise vessel, there is som
doubt as to the right of the custom
authorities to compel her to enter anl
clear the same as if she came from it
DcHcrtcd Hep Hunbund
Mrs. C. Ah Sang appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on tun
chargo of deserting her husoand, a
hsck driver. It nppears that tho wo
man has taken to drinking of Into and
that the real cause of her disappear
ance from home lay In the fact that she
wob so intoxicated during the time ot
iter alleged ueseriiun mui biiu ii-uuy
did not know where she was. Thu
rase took a full half hour to try and
then, nt tho end. the woman consented
to return to her husband.
Red Star Porous Plaster will fix that ganlie a polo team but. nothing den
Inme back. Hobron Drug Co. nlte looking toward this end has ycr
GORMAN PASSES 8,600'
KAAI .. ..
BULLOCK '.. .
MARCALLINO .. .
WELSH .. ..
RICHARDSON .. ..-
ln addition to the coupons to be cut
from the first page of the llulletln.
now subscribers are to be given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follow:
One month 40 votes
Three month 150 votes
Six months,...., 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
Theso coupons are detachable and
must be torn from the subscription re
ceipts and deposited In the ballot box
the same as the first page coupons. It
will bo seen that for $8. the siibsc-lp-tlon
price of tho Evening Bulletin for
one yenr, 750 votes nre allowed to a
new subscriber, whereas the same
amount of money would buy only 100
ntes If spent for single copies of tho
Bulletin on the street. The sum ot it
Have Decided to Have
One Club With Two
MAUI BOYS EXPECT TO
VISIT HONOLULU IN MARCH
Note3. of Other SportsGolf Links
At Moanalua Have Been Shortened
-Great Increase of
Polo Is Just now (-'aiming the atten
tion of a goodly portiun of the athletes
of the city and arrangements were
made at the recent mooting of the polo
enthusiasts by means of which It Is
expected n successful season wli? be
forthcoming. At this meeting. S. M.
Ilallou read a paper which he had pre
pared for new rules for the club, as
"During the month of October of
each year.the members of the club shall
organize Into tennis of four or live
men each, with distinctive names and
Such leans shall be subjert to re
adjustment by the executive commit
tee before the season opens with a
view of equalizing strength nnd pro
viding for new players. No member
shall change from one team to another
during the season, except by consent
of the executhe committee, but n
member of one team may play as a sub
stitute for nn nbsetit mnn not mole
than two consecutive weeks. The
executive committee shall have power,
however, six weeks befoie an Inter
Island match to pick n first and sec
ond t'nni from the entire club for
practice together. The executive com
mittee shall arrange the schedule of
matches between the teams for the sea
.A lengthy discussion followed nnd
It was finally decided that there should
be but one club. The subject of the
team rating was brought up but no
action was taken. The matter of
adopting tho rules of the American
Polo Association was .left over until
another meeting. The rule Introduc
ed by Mr. Hallou, with tlietexrcptloii
or the second sentence, were then
The following members were elected"
S. M, Hallou. Chas. Dole. II, A. Blge
low. P. R. Helm. J. Kimball. Judge
Antonio Perry, Lieut. Hancock and
, )r, jiCAdory of the Coast Artillery
Tle Mlu Po0 clu)) )a now practie.
Ing regularly and will be rendv for
business soon. The boys expect tol
Mnmn l.nA In l..l. ... .l... I '
vwt.iw ..-.in mi ..iiiivii 111 iiiij ii series
of gamewlth the teams of the Ilono.
Tho police nro very anxious to or.
, ) 313
-' '. 151
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will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single copies of tho Bulletin
with tho newsboys or at the business
ofllce. This amount of money. If ex
changed for a receipt for n six months'
fubscrlptlon to the Bulletin, will se
cure 3J0 votes. One dollar for ono
year's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscriber to 100
Tho prize ottered by tho Bulletin Is
on exhibition in tho window of II. V.
WIchnian, 517 Fort street, and will bo
presented to tho playur receiving tho
greatest unmoor of votes nt tho closo
of the co.'tcst Oct. 15,
Votes deposited nt this olllco will
be Included among tho scattering until
the contestant has received n total of
10. l-'roni that time tho names will li1?
hten done. With such men ag Deputy
Sheriff Charles Chllllngworth. Harry
Ropp. Lieut. Leslie, Sidney s-nlth, Wil
liam Stewart nnd others In the Held,
the other Island teams would have to
do some pretty tall hustling.
Not much has been snld of late about
golf but It Is .1 cully In a better stair
tliun ever hcf'oic. S. R. Damon on
whose father's land at Moanalua, thu
links are located, said this morning:
"The course has .been shortened from
IS to 9 holes because It has been con
ceded by the majority of players that
the latter number Is sufficient for a
warm climate such ns we have here.
Then too, the links arc much easier to
keep In condition. The links nre now
being mowed down and kept In better
shape than eicr before. I might say
that, since the new arrangement was
Instituted a short time ngo, there havs
been more players out than ever be
fore. Of course. If there nre nny ho
feel that they want to play more than
nine holes, they can go over the link
There Is a deadlock over the much
talked of senior barge race of Regatta
Day, The Itcalanls will ne nt the start
ing point on Saturday next ns ordered
by the three Judges but the Myrtle
will not nppenr. Captain Campbell,
one of the Judges, said this morning
that, If the Myrtles did not nppear. It
would be a rase ol default The Myr
t Its say that this would not rnnstltiiU
n default as the Jurisdiction of tho
Judges ended with the races on Re
gatta Day. According to this lew,
they have no power to act,
The two baseball games of Saturday
next arc the cause of much talk. Tin
concerning of opinion Is that the Cus
tom House will beat the Capitol team
So far ns the Police and K. O. Hall
game Is concerned, there Is not murh
inn, u I
TI.A nnllx,.!..). ... ... I .. vl
The enthusiasts seem to bei..
eunly divided. The Police team has
been greatly strengthened by the nil
nmon or iwo new piayers and tners
nre many who believe the Hall team
will go down In defeat
Up till noon today there had been
nlnety-thiee upneala flle.i with Tnx
Afsessor J, W. Pratt ngalnst assess
ments mude under the Income tax act.
When the nssessor Is not satlsuX
with the return of n taxpayer's In-
rflMWi ttifi lilU iiiiiimuiirn liltti In itinl .1
an assessment according to his lien
knowledge nnd belief. Tnen the tuv 1 '.. ,, . , . . , ... .
payer has the right of appeal. , 'w,Hr Jhat he went back" to Hilo an.l
The Tax Appeal Hoard hears the ap-U,K"'. rctllrn,ln,! to. t',U nd. took a
peals', the same ns In cases of property Position ns luna at fcwa plantation im
taxes. It Is lequlred to sit 011 Incoino 'u'-r ,n.na'T "-ntpn. It was while on
lax cases between tho Bill and 2.V.H ln ' ? worl J'"11 he as aga'lt
of.October. As yet no word has been .tiouhleil with his old complaint, ant.
received from tho court regarding He- """'" " I onnhilii. went o th.
clslons on tho large number of prop- ?"eo" " Hospital for treatment, .galn
erty assessment appeals. be came near dying.
Mr. Prntt says the Income nsse,-1 On returning to Hilo he went over
nu-nlH nru simple matter of ndjudl- " oiaa plantation us a luna. later,
cation. The appellant has simply to ' waH !"?''" d"1; ,ln ho "
...-. 1,,,... i.,.r i, ., i i.,.i. ..t otllce nnd later still he became IIcm-
account, with nny other documentary
-. ." .."
proof ho may have, to show that
original rethrn wns a correct one.
Roy 1). CiiAiiibcrlnlii, Collector of
Internal Revenue, has applied to thJ
Commissioner lu Washington for tho
nsslstanco of n second outside deputy
fur this district.
Resides being a largo district I
widely scattered communities,
many different nationalities In
ness here make tho Territory of Ha- having been caused by the storm-now
wall a rather difficult district. prevailing. Ksplndr alighted, tele-
Another cuuso of much work otlu i phoned to the police station and then
wlso unnecessary in this Territory is stood guard at tho place to warn i.-o-tho
newness of the Internal reveuut ' pie off until linemen of the electric
system to till of the Inhabitants. company appeared to repair the dam-
' Mr. Chamberlain said this morning n,.,.
mui muiiy iiiiuur iiumcuuus ui inw
regulations here were leniently dean
with through compromise, which
tho .Mainland could not receive a nn-,
mfint'a. tfilin-ntlnn h- thn nHlf-tfilu lull
he considered only for the strict en-
forcemeut of the law. After awhile, In
this district, the regulations will be ap
plied with full rigor.
W. r . Drone, the outsldu deputy.
will leave for the Island of Hawaii
on tho business of thu olllco next
Mr. Chamberlain contemplates, In
tne event of being allowed nnoth:-r
deputy, a subdivision of tho district
under the two outsldu officials. Oa'-.n
nnd Knutil ivotlld probably be mauo
0110 sub-dlstrlct and Hawaii, Maul,
Moloknl and l.annl the other.
HONEST WEAR FOR THE MONEY
18 WHAT EVURV IIUYER WANTS, AND EXPBCT8.
So it Makes No Difference
What priced shoe vou buy from us
you can del end on .having your
MONEY'S - WORTH.
Pleasing Styles, Pleasing Wear at
Pleasing Prices Is Wnat Pleases Our
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
I05T Fort Street.
OF E N.
Received By Steamer
Kaiulani From Big
EVENT 0CCURED SUNDAY
FUNERAL ON SAME DAY
Something of Life of Deceised Went
to Cornell University and
Near Dying There of
Tho very snd hcwh of tho death of
1M. X. Hitchcock, aged 31. son of
the late Marshal K. G. Hitchcock,
and brother of II It. Hitchcock of
this city, was received In tho steam
er Kaiulani from Hawaii this morning.
Death took place ut tho Hitchcock
homestead In Hilo on Sunday nioinlng
nt 3 o'clock. Dysentery, which had
Income chronic with the deceased,
was the cause of death.
I'd, Hitchcock was as well known
In Honolulu ns he was In Hilo. hi
birthplace, lie possessed ono of thosj
brlght, cheerful personalities that nuv-
.-il.... , !..-., ,.. .. in .i
IK'IKI IU IfU.I- H IHinBUlll I 111 III CTiniUU
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tact. He was always active nnd vn
continually nt work. InUtni: whnt worK
tils hninls found to do.
Deceased went to Onhu Collego
when a boy. and lu li'J'J went from
his home In Hilo to Cornell University
nt Ithnca, New York, Ho had been
then- but a short tllno when be con-
I ti acted n keveie cold which developed
Into fever ami then Into pneumonic.
At that time, death all but claimed '
Mm. Slnco then ho suffered contin
ually from stomach trouble.
I On returning to tho Islands, decens
ed went to work nt various jobs, and
In 1893 ho was confidential rlcrlc to his
lather, i:. G, Hitchcock. Marshal .(
tho Itepublle. located la Honolulu.
,-nU'r ho wa a custom house Inspe.-.
,u,,anl aml t'',,'n taP'al11 of "ie "
iinllnn wVim llin Hunt. fun r.Aia nm mr
ni I IWt 1 ill lliu jiiiDt' inn jtuto Vft 1"
ho suffered four or Ave bad attacks,
the last of which caused his death.
Tho funeral took place from tin
homestead In Hilo on the afternoon
the day of his death.
1 Mr. Hitchcock was married withl:i
the last year to n young lady fropi
the Coast who had been a teacher la
Hilo public schools.
Electric Box Afire.
While. Manuel ICsplnda. one of Hi
bleyclo police, was riding down Kniin
i-trevt this forenoon, ho noticed that
one of tho boxes of tho Hawaiian
Klectrlc Cox on 0110 of thu Vlneyarl
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A 1 I'O JLL O " O
The Merchaats' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part ot tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of tho Ualted
States and Europe.
Office, 1017 Bethel St..
opposite Honolulu Market.
That is WW We
Always Give Yoi
1 Every Shoe In our store
1$ selected with a view
to obtiln the very best