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Vol. XI. No. 1975.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER '23 IDOL
Puiob 5 Cents.
' MAINY MfcSfN MY1AK.E2. VIUIMCY -" i , .'
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; . THE MAN V.
No Concerted Effort is
OPINWNSM W. 0. SNITI
AND LA. THURSTON
License Was Denied Where Lease
Might Have Been Allowed
Obstruction of Certain In
terests Overreached Itself.
An Impression Ib nbroad that tho de
cUlon of tbo Department of tho Intor
lor which ended negotiations between
tho Joncs-Oehr parly and the Terri
torial Government for a license to de
velop tho Kohnla mountain water af-
ficts the water privilege previously
held by different sugar plantation com
pnnles. It Is also generally bolloved
that the representatives of different In
terests who opposed the granting ot
that license have been struck with em
tmrrapxment by tbo ruling of the Sctv
rotary of the Interior, because it was
more than they expected In ItR result
of tying up the water ngalnst all con
cerned nnd that perhaps Indefinitely.
These Interests need the water badly
while. It Is running to waste down
many gulches Into the sea.
The popular beliefs above Indicated
have made It easy to moot n relation
of the water question generally with
the simultaneous departure for the
Mainland, In today's steamer, 01 sev
eral prominent capitalists heavily in
terested In plantations. 'Tho clue fol
lowed up by a Ilulletln teportcr has
not yielded support to tho surmise,
thoughvlho quest has elicited Homo
rather interesting opinions on ths
question id general. t
Tliv agent of a planting company
that greatly desired tho granting of
the franchise" to Colonel J. W. Jones
and associates said bo ,bad not heard
of any concerted action being taken
for (rylng to obtain at Washington a
reversal of the veto upon proceedings..
In tho opinion of this gentleman the
opponents" of tho scheme had reason
tn resret the outcome. The develon
ment of tho water would have been a
great benefit to their own Interests
and worked Injury to none It seemed
to him that all they had been playing
tor was to securu me control or the
water In their own bands. At the
eatno time, they deserved but slight
consideration from tbo Government,
stneo the water had always been thero
and they had made no effort to devel
op It, for cither themselves or tho
needful districts at large. They worn
heard from only In protest when out
sldo capital was offered to perform
tho Invaluable service,
W. O. Bmltb, who leaves In tho Ala
muds this afternoon, promptly declar
ed that his errand had nothing to do
with the Kohnla or any other water
privilege. He, however, volunteered
an opinion on tbo question. As ho
took It, the opinion of Mr. Ilyan (First
Assistant Secretary of the Interior)
simply was that thero was not author
ity of law for granting a "license" to
take watur from public lands. Where
(hero was a lease of land, granted In
conformity with tho law, it carried the
water-along with all other contents of
tho land. This was the case With
Walalua, so that Its water privileges
wcro not affected by the ruling of the
Interior Department. Walalua had
the privilege of erecting reservoirs
upon its leasehold, which might col
lect waste water from public lands ad
joining as well as the water of tho
Mr. Smith volunteered this personal
statement: "I am going to New York
on business. After that is comploted
I may Incidentally go to Washington
I am not going away for my health;
neither am I going for politics."
L. A. Thurston happened Into Mr
Smith's office while tho talk on watei
was in progress. He said tho matter
of Mr. Ryan's opinion In a nutshell
was that water, no more than any
other public landB privilege, could be
Everybody knows that
College Hills, wltb its fine
air, good views, water sup
ply, car service and good
neighborhood la Honolulu's
But not everyone realltos
that College Hills lots are
bo much lower priced than
those in tho hot, low-lying
district, with no view or car
A thlrd-of-an-acre lot for
$900 Is only ( cents por
Easy terms, too, Consult
the Salos Agents.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
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The Canadian-Australian steamer
Moana arrived from the Colonies last
evening and anchored off port at about
10:30 o'clock. Sho had 'a most pleas
ant trip from the Colonies and made
At Brisbane, whero the plague has
been more or less prevalent for several
months, the port had 'Just been de
clared clean when the day before, tha
steamer salted one death took place.
The vessel not having n clean bill ot
health, there was some delay In her
passing quarantine. She brought but
one passenger for this port, a Mr.
Masslngham from Brisbane, v. ho is
coming here to locate. Very littlo
freight was brought for this place.
Among the through passengers In
tho .Moana are Cnpt. Carey's two.
daughters, on their way to Oakland.
Cat., tti he present nt tho marriage of
their Bister,' Miss Violet Corey, to
Daniel, Callaghnn ot flan Francisco, on
November 12, j
The Moana with several passengers
from here, will sail at 4 o'clock this
M n Pw ifc: Ha ie rut fln M la Mi f f
conveyed by tho Territorial Govern
ment without bulng subjected to com
petition, As tho law stood, tin onl
way to securu any such privilege war
through a 21-year lease ptit up at pub
Jlc auction. A lawful lease, would car
ry water, earth, rock and everything
on tho land. Mr. Thurston said the
water on Olaa was not affected by the
derision, as It was 'hot derived from
J. 13. Atbcrtou, who starts tor New
York today on business that has been
accepted ob a valid reason for excus
ing him from tho foremanshlp of the
Federal Grand Jury, was also seon,
Ho disclaimed utterly tho presence ol
water In his rrrand of course not
meaning the water of tho Pacific. Mr.
Atherton Jnive practically the same
statement regarding tho water prl'.l
Uges of Walalua as had been rccolv
cd from Mr. Smith, His Impression
of the American law of water rights
ou public lands was that anybody had
a right to take water from a stream
thereon to Irrigate his land. It wai
the right of pre-emption, or first
como first served. Of course, the
stream might not bo diverted from Ite
natural course, nnd tho wnter that
rail over from the taker s use ihoiild
return to tbo stream b,'.ow.
MI KINK M
- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mossmau stat
ed to a Bulletin reporter today that
ovory word of the story about Annie
Kamlho and tho truant officer of the
Borctanla School, which appeared In
this paper yesterday, was correct.
Mr. Mossman had tho following tn
xay: "Tho statement published In tho
Advertiser this morning was written
In thu office of tho Hoard of Education.
Thero Is no doubt whatever that, If
tho truant officer concerned were to
be questioned In a proper manner, he
would sav lust what I did to your re
porter yesterday. No ono Is blaming
him for the action ho took. It was
at the Instigation of some ono higher
than he. The native truant officer was
simply following out his orders.
'The fact st 111 remains that u do-
muud for tho person ot Annie Knulho
was made, all statements to tno con
trnry notwithstanding. Since the ap-
pcuranro of thu article In your paper
yesterday, tho Deretanla School prln
clpal, who demanded my daughter, has
seen the tony ot ncr way ami we nave
pot I ecn moleBtcd further.
The little schooner Talcon, from
Albion, arrived hero this morning aft
er a fair passage. Sho brings a largu
cargo of lumber or tno u. it. t u. 10.
and Is now at the railroad wharf.
where ulio will discharge. Although
tho vessel had a complete crow thu
day before sho sailed, when It came
time to lcavo thero was none by her ex
cept tho captain, mates, cook and cab
in boy. The vessel salted anyhow
and luckily experienced the finest kind
of weather all the way.
In docking this morning tne vcssoi
did not bavo crew enough to do tho
work, so a launch helped out and
finally got her alongside.
Frank, Davcnhort. a driver fur Low-
ore & Cooke, met with a severe accl
lUnt yesterday evpntng. A lead of
lumber tipped over upon him, bi (us
ing his loft leg very i badly; tin was
sent to the Queen's Hospital, whoio
ho will be laid up for some tlni". Mr.
Davenport Is an American.
WO 8ING GOES FRBE.
Wo Sing appeared t In the Police
Court this forenoon fan the charge ot
having Interfered wfth C. S. Deaky's
Pacific Heights wnter. The attorney
representing the Chinaman was In tho
midst ot a statement when the prosccu
tlon entered a nolle prosequi, stating
that It bad been found that someone
connected with Pacific Heights had
colled on him during the morning nnd
had said that he believed tho China
man to be Innocent. Ho stated fur
thcr that ho wished the defendant rep
rimanded, Judge Wilcox said that he
was not In the habit of reprimanding
Innocent people and that, If a nolle
prosequi was not asked for bo would
dismiss the case for want of prosecution.
f I T
Battleship Wisconsin Comes
INTO PORT CkF JHOINOLULU
I On Her $ay to PagoPago
The fine battleship Wisconsin, with i Tho big war vessel Is heavily arm
Admiral Silas Casey and staff aboard, I rd, fairly bristles with the mutzlis of
arrived hero this morning, eight days 'great rules on her broadsides and
from the Urcmerhnvea navy station
Tho vessel Is anchored outside, whero
sho will, remain and take eight hun
dred tons of coal, proceeding as soon
as possible to Tutulla, where the Ad
miral Is to bo present at the court
martial of Governor Tllluy of the Isl
and. The flagship Wisconsin Bulled far
Honolulu on thy 14th Inst, and for tho
Orst Ihe days aftcrlcnvlng thu Sound
experienced very heavy weather. Thn
wind was Strom: from tho oastward'sln several are well known hero from
and there was a liUh sua. Three days
from Honolulu thu weather moderated
until It heenmo very fine, and tho ship
progressed well, linn It not uecn mr
die bad weather at tlrst. she would
bnvu made port yesterday.
The Wisconsin is one of the latest
additions to Uncle Sam's Navy and
wns built by the Union Iron Works of
ami rmnoiun. iiurlnir her trial trin i
she developed thu speed which entitles 'time In the beleaguered city. Captain
her to bu clusbcd among tho fastest Myers passed through here In III
battleships In the world. This Is tier i htallh several mouths ago. He is a
iIi-hi i nilsn swav from tho Coast, her cousin of Dr. It. P. Myers of this rlty.
former vovaees havlnE been to Mag-1
dalena Hay on the coast of Mexico,
and to thu Sound.
m m M i m i"a fi m fa ra m ha f?i
WHILE ATTEMPTING TO
EXHIBIT A REVOLVER
Edward Williams a Negro and His
- Sxperience in a Chinex ,
There woh all manner of excitement
at the fUbuiarket shortly before Jthe
noon-hour today, when tno report ot a
gun of Bomo kind near by was hoard.'
Asslstnnt Hack Inspector Ferrelra
happened to locate tbo sound nnd
made for tho laundry of a Chinaman
on lllchards street, near thu Sailor's
Home, us fast as his horso coull Carry
htm. Already a Erent crowd had col'
HID AN 1III AT WORW IS DEPORTED
lectcd and ho had difficulty In finding caHII boats .going-first, third class .en thu Treasury,
out what tho matter was. 'minutes later, second class ten minutes It wns obviously better for them
Pushing his way Into the back room ., ,. . , fl t ,aM .. min. sehes that the couple took deporta
of tho laundry,- ho found a Chinaman " ""V,1 ,,",. ,,, ?,"? ' , ,,, Hon rather than nn appeal. l5 tho
holding his nrm. His clothes were n,'e'- "c ,;co," ' ' '" wnr 1, latter case they would have heon prls
covered with blood nnd on tho floor lionts should nil arrive nt the anchor- ,,,. ero for ft ,onK ,me
was a great pool. Tho fellow was age about the sume time. Two hours ml tl0 c(m,,je procured legal ad
wounded In the fleshy part of the arm are allowed for tho run which should cn u day or two earlier than they did.
but his Injury was very slight. brlnir nil thu boats to Puuloa Ions be- possibly tho Collector of Customs and
Tho patrol wagon was sent for und
u negro, Kdward Williams by name,
lliv liijuivu VIIIUIW4IUU, unit i.iw mvm
man of the laundry were taken to tho
Williams said lie went Into tho laun -
dry to sell a revolver to tho Cbluamcn.
Ho was showing tho man shot, Glng
rtau iiy uamo, tno warnings oi uiu
weapon when the thing went oft. Ho
had had no quarrel with tho men ot
the laundry. On tho contrary, ho bad
always been good friends of tholrs.
Tho Chinamen wcro questioned ana
they corroborated tho statement of
Williams, saying that the wholu thing
was an accident. Williams was show.
Ing them tho revolver nnd It went off,
Tnero was no quarrel of any kind. Tho
Injured man was sent to tho Queen 's
Hospital Tor treatment.
Williams Is a well-known character
about town. He Is nn ndept with the
cards and dlco nnd knowB a fow other
tricks besides. Ho Is well knowu to
the nollco although bO has not had
any very "Intlmato" acqualntanco with
S'Sln-Sf. CKr lK K"Wn PPU V
Williams stated to Ihe receiving sta
tion clerk that ho wished to got away
In tho Alameda this afternoon. It Is
pot probable, however, that ho will bu
able to do this, sb inn ponce wisn to
mako a thorough Investigation of tho
The Ilernard Company's circus of
. .i ji. . -I-.. . i ... I-..,,
varieties did not play to a very large
house lost night, although the attrac-
tlona were excellent. The manoge-
ment announces that, during the last
four nights the prices will be reduced.
Chairs will be a dollar, second scats
fifty cents and go 'ler, '
cents. It may be that tho circus com-
pany will take a week s trip down the
road on Monday next.
New Patrol llorc.
The pollop department has secured a
new team of horses for the patrol wa-
Eon. Tho old team nas been sent over
to Onhu Jail for a rest. Tho new anl-
mats ore now ucing iraincu. nicy
I cnmo from Sunta Clara Valley some
three months ago oud were Imported
by Wm. Cunningham. Although the
animals are tine specimens, tbey do not
qulto equal tbe excellence of the old
For thirty days, corns extracted for
twenty-flye cents. Dr. Bogle, Arllng-
ton btock, Hotel street Outside colli
promptly attended to, .
her turrets, fore and aft, each contain
two Immense rifles. Tho vessel, while
sho Js higher out of the water, dors
uot.appear as large as the battleship
Oregon, which was bete several
It was expected that Itear Admiral
"I-'lehtlne Hob" Evans would be aboard
tho Wisconsin, but 'die Is uot. Hv will
bo a passenger aboard tho Solace, lei
arrlvo here Friday from San rrnncls-.W.
co. Of thu ofllcers aboard tho Wlsciiu-
former "visits. Among those on thu i
way to duty at Pngo I'ago Is Captain
T.,J. Myers. U. S. M. C. who lltst
rnmu here during thu Spanish war on
tho cruiser Charleston, Ho after
wards made an ortvlable reputation fur
distinguished braery during the long
slogs of the foreign quarter In Peking,
nnd was mentioned in tueir report
bv all tho foreign .Ministers nt
Of tho other 'officers well known
hero arc Lieutenant Commander G
JW. MiKlroy, Paymaster J. Clyde Sill
n r n f e ra r-o mi r rj r n ? r
CRUISE AND LUAU
Yachtsmen to Bave Fine Time All
Anxious for.the-Event --
Preparations for the yacht cruise
mil luau arn brine well attended to by
ih.. mttiiiii.u liavlnr thn matter in
naf , tJw, lin cjojablo Hmo will
. .. hv hlf ...,, of the ,,.WB,i
Yacht Club and their friends at the 7udgo Ks'tee'ref'uBcd to take Jurlsdlc
flret club function Is an nssured thing. llnl, BM mi,,r . i,,,,, m... rutin nf
t i..The yachts will bo started in classes
about 2 o'clock on Saturday, tho fourth
for(, ,!,) nnrt Bi, those on the boats
Bfflp,rnt tmc to make snug for tho
. . . , f a. Ir,vlnf ' "" l 11 HPV'I UUllll HIV Xtlil UUUn inn,
nlht ""d ,,clu "l ut tno lnyln ?' th0whlch forbids more than ouo wlfo to
,llau- hi man living In a Territory of the
. In tho evening nn entertainment IB united States.
to take place whli h It Is stntcd will bo
very line and In the uature of n smok-
er jn th0 open nlr with songs, stories
., ..,,.., ,., r,.i i.,nin,.n.
.. Ahnll, mi.iniehi the fun will
, n- A,bo"1 ""?'" "!,,,", u',"
close and the yachtsmen repair to their
uoais lor rem. 1 1" ""
accommodated In the boats will be
looked. out for nshoie In a big tent.
I n the morning the first thing will
n 8Wm a1j tlen breakfast for ull
. . Rhortiv i.efore noon the rnco
"" -. IsII wHl be atarted
I?,r "., , , ,.L V,-t n,i ih
the big bouts stalling first and tho
others In their class. ThlB Is done so
that at tho finish the little boats wilt
not be blanketed by the largo ones as
,..,. M l.n tl.n ,.nn t llm Aral nml soc.
& , , , u , , , , 8 nf.
I ?w the conclusion of tho Ford's Island
.,. ,- l..nAl.Ann fl.A IumI. n.lll
p " luwl' " "" ""
he started for homo by megaphone.
Tho committee will call their names
lom the launch, The boats will all
bo handlcanncd and the one passing
the Bpar buoy off the harbor flrst'aftcr the beach below tho Ward promises
rounding tne hell buoy will bo the y,0Her,la,y' cnmo '0" trial In tho
winner. In this race all the boats of ttH510n"hlh0551AK'?j:
all classes will cofnpete against each.? " V SI ' ft!
"'I".1 .."J"P !? ..H .S
womiuouoro iiuurun. in nun wo; mv 10 oacK up. tie saiu mat tno sanu
Camlry ,f Bhe gow wlt bc ft c0,npetl- removed Was thrown up from a fish
tor of ,ne Mnry L an(, an,)B nmI by pond under loasu to a Japanese. This
her handlcnp will have a fair show of material was thrown up from the
winnini. nralnst them place to kcop tho Inlet clear and the
, Beve Jf tna b nnd ,,, coram(,. Oovorrmient had absolutely nothing to
,ee 0f arrangements have chartered the. d0jWj"2'!VC0X aU8W)rod ',.,, ,rac0
Waterw.tch to make the trip to the '"S. from II '"mM Lb. ?b3
harbo, Tbe flno launch will be used no doubt whatever that tho ditch re.
B1) (iBpatch boat for the fleet. It Is
anticipated that at least fifteen boats
will start from here Saturduy after-
i. ii.i . , .kn,... i,
noon to be Joined at the anchorage by
tniAllin AttAIfl H.lmAUA ft Am AA ffl A I Ft
twelve others whose homes are In
Pearl Harbor. Tbo twenty-seven will
mase quiio a squadron uc me musicr
on Sunday morning nnd the largest
eumicuub ui lueunuio oui .n n.-.- .u
Hereafter, in the event ot their being
two or three continuances of cases In
ho Pollco Court on'nccount of a lack
of IntcrtircterB, Judge Wilcox will dls-
chargo tho defendants concerned. Ho
stated this morning, that, If tho gov-
ernment was unable- to provide the
sinews of war, It would have to take"
the consequences. w
Ilvan nnd Lieutenant C. T. Vogelsang.
'1 no lull list ol tne olncers aboard is
Hear Admiral Alias Casey, command
er In chief; Lieutenant Commander
Uenjamin Tappnn, flag lieutenant: Kn
sign Henry Norman Jenson, aid to
commander In chief; Captain 'George
C Heller, commanding; Lieutenant
Commander II. M, Doyle, executive of
ficer; Lieutenant Commander It. T,
.Mayo, navigator: Lieutenant Com
nianderO. W. McKlroy, chief engineer, I
.Paymaster J. Clyde Sullivan. Surgeon
It. Dullooe; Pnt
nssed Assistant Sim
geon It. K.
Smith. Lieutenants 11. .V
'Wiley, I. Williams, 1 J Senn, C. T
Vogelsang. J. It. Y. Illakely. I.. C
Palmer; Captain T. J. Myers, U 8
Marine Corps; Captain II C. D.-nls,
U. S. Mnrlne Corps, commanding ma
rine guard; First Lieutenant J. M.
Saltady, II. S. Marine Corps; Naval
Cadets II, Johnston, J. T. Iltwcll,
J. K. linss. J. II. Walsh, J. II. (lay.
K. A. Ilrooks. N. K. Perry. W. Ilerlli-
olf, II, C. Allen. C. f. Nlghtlnguto;
Gunner II. II. Soule. warrant Muchlu
Ists J, .1, Fuller, G. M. llelneu; W.
.1. Truvnrrow; Acting Warrant Ma
chinist J. H. Jones; Acting lloatswaln
A II. Hcwsoji; Acting Carpenter L.
S. Warford: Acting Gunner J. Dan
ids; Pay Clerk U D. Smith
iu rn ra fa ph n ra pa m m p-
YUI KUJIRO AND HIS
NEW WIFE SENT AWAY
They Wert Too Late in Procuring
- -the Evidence- of Their Lawful
Yal KuJIro and his new wife, Nao,
are on their way back to Japan in tha
steamer Coptic. Besides the writ of
habeas corpus for the woman, report-
cd In yesterday's Ilulletln. there was
tho nort authorities may only be re-
versed on anneal to tho Secretary bf
Commissioner of Immigration might
have allowed them to land. They
it became knowu to Iho authorities
tbnt Matsu, who dwelt with KuJIro
uero previously as his lawrui wife,
wns still a resident of tho Territory.
Hence when ho biought Nao hern bo
looked like a prima laclo. bigamist,
M o samo' tmo hpru w omclal
ovldeneo reposing in the Japanese
Consulate hero that KuJIro had law-
'fully divorced Matsu In Japan. This
was not produced in the mnn'H behalf.
Yul KuJIro Intends returning to Hn-
nolulu with Mrs. KuJIro II. nu. having
tl,en tho vldenco of their lawfully
wc,l'lci1 "tato duly set forth for thu
n n,horltlcH. Ho was formerly an
eml,0y0 ot Mltamura. tho well known
merchant, nnd was returning to set up
business on his own account. His
stock of merilinnillun nm In llin (lllv
'0r. fMnK wUh himself. KuJIro Is re-
. !"" ""Why. '
THEY TOOK SAND.
The cases of a Japanese and Portu
guese, churged with taking sand from
?" b!ch he said bewas prepared
ferred to' by counsel would never fill
up. uoputy Bnenn cniiungwortu sata
'hat there were foveral Important
questions concerned nnd he would ask
u be grant0,lt Krl(,ay
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iornlng was mentioned by Judgu Wll
Madeira On a Vacation.
W, I. Madeira, the popular assistant
postmaster ot Honolulu, leaves In tho
Moana this afternoon for a well earned
vacation. Io will go us far as Chicago
over tho Northern Pacific nnd from
there, will visit tho Pacific coast on tho
Southern Paddc system,
Whllo In California ho will visit his
old homo In Santa Cruz, and will be
absent from Honolulu for fully six
d. It. (11 WANTS
George It. Carter, administrator of
the estate of I. N. tlaydcn, deceased,
has brought a suit against L. C. Abies,
David Dayton and C. J. McCarthy for
tho recovery of 18801.25 with Interest
at the rate of C per cent from Septem
ber 24, 1901, for labor dono and mate
rial furnished In connection with tho
erection of n ono-story building known
as the Pantheon saloon, and situated
on Fort street, near Hotel.
Tho plaintiff alleges that, on or
about July 21, 1900. tho defendant
entered Into a contract with Hayden
tn build 'on the premises Indicated a
one-story brick-front building with cor
rugated Iron sides, for, $0900; that the
building was completed, and that the
delendants paid $3237.40, leaving A
balance of $371 3.(50. Subsequent to
the completion of tho building. Hay
den died, and the plaintiff was made
administrator; tnnt, in such capacity,
be made demands for the remainder
of thu money but, has been repeatedly
Further, the plaintiff alleges that
Hn den performed labor nnd furnish
cd material to tho defendants for thu
building In uuestlon. tho full nmniiut
of the bill being $4295.30. Of tills
amount $1207.85 has been paid, leav
ing n balance of J30S7.CS.
Kfilllpakn In Trouble. ,
Kallpaka, a native polisher of rnla
hashes, may well say "It never rntnj,
but It Hiurs." Yesterday ho was com
mitted to tho Circuit Court on two
separate charges of larceny In the
second degree. This morning there
were three morn charges of thu same
nature ngalnst Kalllpaka but, tho do-
fimlant heUi very 111. It wns neces
sary to continue the rases until later.
Deputy Slierltt Clillllngworlh staled
to Judge Wilcox that he had four mora
cases of the same nature against Kal
llpaka. It seems that the plnlntirts
In thu (uses all charge tho native with
impropriating calabashes entrusted ti
W TO PUV
It Is decided that a vigorous polo
season will open In Honolulu on thii
first Saturday of November, Teams
nro being mode up Inside the single
The annual meeting ot the club will
ho held shortly, from which nil ar
rangements will proceed expeditiously.
At present the outlook Is promising,
however, for tho formation of four
teams within the club. Theso will bo
able to put up two distinct matches
for the Inauguration day of the season.
There Is much enthusiasm among
the players. The coming season Is tha
burden of their talk In every Interval
nt leisure, they being nil active joung
men of affairs.
MISS HASKIN'S STUDIO
- A visit to thn studio of Miss Caro
line IIubUub of this city Is not only a
revelation of artistic photography to
Honolulu residents, but mure bo to
travolcis from the Mainland, who are
entirely unprepared to And such a
standard of excellence In' theso Isl
ands. Miss Hasklns'- studio. In thn rear of
King Brothers' nrt gallery, Is open at
all times to visitors, and presents a
most Interesting appearance In many
ways, aside from (ho specimens of her
art on exhibition.
Tlio,portralts displayed show a care
ful study not only of tho characteris
tics of each subject nut tho Individu
ality of the photographer as well. At
tention to lighting and dross, such as
most photographers 'entirely Ignoro,
nro given most minute nnd careful at
tention; for Instance, how hard and
relentless a satin dress Is apt to look
In full daylight, whllo It has a subtle
charm by artificial light, because the
latter Is distributed piecemeal with at
tendant shadow, Instead of being all
pervasive. Too much cannot bo said in praise
of Miss Hasklns' work, for It Is cer
tainly a credit to this city, and tho
success she has met with is Justly de
TflENE are several hundred school
children In Honolulu and most
nf fhc UIH
of school shoes soon.
What we want Is o sell all or most
of these shoes, and have maJe extensive
preparations to that effect We have
what ue believe to be the best line of
school shoes In the country In
HAMILTON and BROWN
SECURITY SCHOOL MIOB
They are made of the very best mater
ials by reliable workmen! and they're
made to stand the wear.
$2.50 BUYS, A PAIR
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
I05T FORT 8TEBT.
Plumbing Trust Case
Set for Trial
RAPIOLANI ESTATE vs.
PECK & CO. CLOSINI
Special Order to Correct a Clerical
Error Jocher vs. Patzig
Argument In closing to tlio Itiry
began nt 1:3') this afternoon In thn
ejectment caso of Knplolanl Estato vs.
Peck & Co., before Judgu Oar. Tbo
tilnl began Monday afternoon, 14tb
Inst., and has occupied the greater
part of the time since.
In the meantime the following jury
lias been drawn to try thu case of
John II Estate. Ltd.. vs. It. Knhlnu
Mele Henry A. Juen.-J. It. K4
wards, liwrenco II. Deo. E. Iluffan-
dean. Oeorge F. KluegcU Fredt Angus,
Jas. It, Shaw, Samuel Nalnoa, Vincent
Fernnndez, W F, Hellbron, Ernest
Thrum. Jas. D Cockett. Magoon.'&
Thompson for p.lntlff; Robertson ft
wilder ror derendant.
.id go Oear heard scraps of cases,
besides setting times for argument,
etc. throughout tho noon Vccess.
An amended bill for foreclosure of
mortgngo has been filed In the equity
suit of William F. Jockcr vs. Carl II.
Pntzlg The mortgago la. on various
pieces of land In Poarl City and, was
executed to secure) a promissory note
lor 120() at 7 per cent Interest drawn
June 'Jl, 18113, and duo three years
Irum Us date. Andrews, Peters & An
drade are attorneys for plaintiff.
Judge dear has signed an order
amending the order confirming thn
sale of real estate of tbo lato A. C.
Pestnnn. This is to correct an error
In tho number, of tho royal patent of
the land. It being G305. not 6030, which
ran in All the documents relating to
Judge Estco In tho Federal Court
this morning sot Monday noxt for the
trial of the "Plumbing Trust ease,
C. H. Drown vs. T. F. Davidson and
others. This Is all that was done
The supremo court will sit tomor
Wanted Speedy Marriage.
Two palm of Porto Rlcans appeared
in the Police Court this forenoon on
the charge ,of fornication. Tne Brit
pair stated that tbey Intended going
away and that they, 'would get mar
ried upon arrival in Ban Francisco.
Thn second pair promised to get mar
ried Immediately. Judge Wilcox Im
posed a fine ot 125 and costs In each
case, stntlng t!:at. In case of marriage,
there would be no need of paying the
money. The second pair wanted the
Judge to marry them right on the spot
but be answered that ho was not ac-
I customed to marrying people. The only
mnrrlago he had any distinct recollec
tion' of wus ono In which be was an In
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery;
Delivers packages to any i
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621. I
Packages shipped 'o i,
all parts of the United I"
8tates and Europe. "
Office, 1047 Bethel St.
opposlto Honolulu Market.
That will please the
Children and Parents
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