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Voii. XI. No. 197.
HOMoiilII.il. TKKKITOKY OK HAWAII. THURSDAY, OCTOHKlt 21. 11(01
Pkiob 6 Obntb.
w .MArTV i BflEV -".TH i.
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A Wk HAWAIIAN
BREATHES HIS USE
David Koil Unauna Died
At His Home in -r
ONlfOF BEST KNOWN
NATIVES IN THE CITY
Sad Event Happened at 8 O'clock
This MorningFuneral ' to
Take Place at 3" o'CIock
David Kull Unauna, one of tin- best-
Known of tbo ounger Hnwallans of
ho illy, and a man respected b all
-V'fvilio know him, died at his homo In
Walkikl, opposite Makio leland, at 8
o cluck tilts' morning. He wan So Kara
Uecensed became very III some tliri'
or four months ago and went to tbo
llu-pltal for Incurables In the lower
pari of Kewalo for treatment. It waa
thought by many of his friends that
he was suffering lrom consumption,
but the fact was that bu had a very
bad case of pneumonia. He waH very
111 Tor several weeks but, responding
to the excellent treatment, ho rallied
and was noon able to walk out or tbo
Young Unauna began to pick up
very rapidly and, only u few ilnyH
ago, ho was seen on the streets In a
very happy mood. Asked If lie was
vw.'ll, lie snld he had never fetL better
In his life. Soon nfter this came a
relauso and a return of thu old com-
plalut. He took to-his bed hut the dis
ease got the best of him and be sue-
limbed this morning. He leaves a
widow and lilld.
David Koil Unauna wus a very
steady jotnig man who loud the com
forts of homo and kept out of tempta
tion's way. Ho was always thought
nil niid-carcful-mlndlng Ms own busl
Less on every occasion. He was ex-,
tp'nu'ly courteous to everyone and
bad thu good-will of all who" knew
bim. Deceased was a bard worker,
and. UP to tho tlroo txf.hlu flml Illness,
be was employed by the Wilder Steam
ship Company In Its freight storage
rooms opposite tho Klnau wharf. Ho
Laved bis money and succeeded In
putting aside a little for a rainy day.
ilu bought bis home out near Make
Island and settled his family there In
comfortable clrrumstnnces. llesldcs
this lot bo owned others In fee simple,
all of wbleb will go to tbu bereaved
Dai id Koil thinuim was the son ot
Koil of Lahalnn, Maul, onu of tho best
known llawallans of his time and u
man of noble birth. Ho was onu1 ot
the foremost nttorncjs durlug the
reigns of Kamehameha V and Knla
kuua and represented his dtstrlrt In
(he House of Representatives of the
Legislature of tho Kingdom of Hawaii
lor sccn consecutive terms.
Deceased was a great lover of ath
letics, always entering into tho spirit
of various sporting ovents with .enthu
siasm. As a football player bu had
very few equals In thu Islands. Ho
plaed In the same class wltb I'rlucu
Cupid Kalanlanaole, Chris. Willis and
the Coekett boys.
The, funeral will take place from
tho lato residence, near Makee Island,
at 2 o'clock tomorrow (Filday) after
noon. The body will bo Interred In
Kuwalahao cemetery. Friends ore In
vited to the services at the house.
Alameda for Count.
The steamer Alameda sailed for San
Trancisco last evening about 6 o'clock.
Htic did not take many passengers !;it
hud a large cargo of sugar nnd ba
nanas. Repairs to the vessel's refrigerating
plant, delayed her sailing time con
siderably but It is expected that she
will make a very fast run to the Count
as sho took an entirely new crew
live men and coal, passers here. These
men are old bands In the stokehold and
weie hired to replace the Incompetent
Japanese shipped In San Francisco.
Everybody knows that
College Hills, with 'Its fine
air, good views, wator bup
ply, car sorvlco and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
Rut not everyone realizes
that College Hills lots arc
so much lower priced than
those In tho hot, low-lying
district, wltb no vlow or car
A thlrd-of-an-acro lot for
$900 Is only C cents per
Easy terms, too. Consult
tho 8ales Agents.
iMcClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
To following; communications' will
Honolulu, Sept. 25th, 1901.
Hon. Theodore Roosevelt,
President ot the United State,
Washington, D. C.
Deal1 Sir: I extend my warmest
greetings to you, and the Hawaiian
people also wish me to convey to you
I wish you success and prosperity in
your new position as Chief Executive
of the people of the United States and
nf th Hflrallin Islands.
PT earnestly bellovo your term of
office will be crowned with prosperity,
My candid prayer and wish Is that
you will remain as President not only
for tho unexpired term, but also for
the term of 1905-1909. .
God bless you,
(Signed,) ' KOUKUT.W, WILCOX,
Delegate to Congress.
Executive Mansion. Washington, Oc
tober 8, 1901.
My Dear Sir: Tho President re
fliicsts me to acknowledge the receipt
of your kind letter of the 20th ultimo,
unci to assure you that your friendly
expressions nnd good wishes nro sin
Very truly yours.
OKO. IJ. COKTBLYOU
Secretary to tho President.
Hon. Robert W. Wilcox, Honolulu, H. I.
The Ilulk-tln will on Thanksgiving
Day give a dinner nnd outing to tbo
newsboys of this city. Preparations
pro now belug made as to where tho
dinner shall bo given, nnd will be an
nounced In a later Issue.
THAT BAR ASSOCIATION
"CALL" FOR TONIGHT
Rules of As-ociation Require Ten
Gall It Mealing of the
- TWrty-seven. '
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The call for a meeting of the liar As
sociation In Alexander & Baldwin's
office ut 8 o'clock this evening publish
ed In this morning's Advertiser has
been the souuu of no llttlo comment
und considerable umusement among
members of tho legal fraternity.
From all accounts tho meeting to
night Is to bu exclusively a Thurston
Advertiser affair, possibly a postmor
tem In nnv thp hlllfl for tile, funurnl of
to pay the bills for me funeral of
the scheme set on foot to secure tho
rtmuval of Judge Humphreys.
gathering Is not and cannot be i
lar meeting of tho Rar Association, as,
tim .rninir nriFiin Rpekii in moke It
ihe rules of the Honolulu Bar As-
tu call a meeting of the .liar Assocla -
sociation require that ten days notlco cni.rge, a rawer sccwa in an auicuus -;- -. -o. , am, fu,arncss. Tho
Khali bo given of all meetings of the or- ?r deep dejection, answering only alter ; - -" ; ,Ha, 'nmn .1 r" will h comment of the
ganlzatlon. Secretary CaBe said today , WK .""ked repeatedly to plead. Jia Dregntt, t0 JluIl!0 Ooar llt aUor. speaks for Itself: "L
hi tr Knniiiknii a.kpil him musi nave stoou on me noor neiore voice suecestj"hn
Hon for tonight, rnis Mr. uase roius- " .e. ...-
eel to do because under the rules of the ! '""t pleaded guilty after the owners ol
Association he could not do It. Ten'tbe purloined calabashes had stood
-j i .... m... . iv... vviHentiv face to face with him for Identification.
".?". ,0" L" .8,t.b!..?lV'"- fli'flWhen KaMbaum annearcd bfo hlnv
aiiiuccuiiuB ..i-.u.. .rM. - ..w..
had no force or effect on the mind of
Thurston for his organ this morning
publishes the call unsigned and not
.k.4 it... .. nn nn. in nnthnrliv.
i im., trnn.ltlnn nll.arch stvle. mem-
her- of the liar are ordered to bo on
hand, without reference to the rules.
Members of the thirty-seven do not trial. Judgo Wilcox then sentenced " j.couta of j Q, carter, guardian c,,v who hns hta,, Nwton on man
show marked enthusiasm over being ' Kalllpnka to six months' Imprison- of lho nlUra Mark and Edward Jlar- occasions, speaks of him as a humor
present becauso they anticipate It will1 went at hard labor on each of tbo thrte j ia0 tccu referred to J. A. oils Impersonator of tho first rank.
b. a bill paying affair, nnd having once I barges to which he pleaded guilty, Thompson ns master, i Dr. Thomas, tho manager of tho
been led into Ignomlnlpus soup by
of I Thurston they aro not auxlous to bear ,
ae.nr nnv new schemes ho may have un1
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n,if,eeve' ..... .. .
inoso not nuiiioerea umung mo ira
mortal thirty-seven arc Inclined to at-
tend. only as n matter of curiosity, Just
to see how .the thirty-seven comport
themselves after being knosked down
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oral. They don't Intend to help pay
any of the anti-Humphreys campaign
bills; not If they know It.
Thurston and his henchman are ex-
pected to be there; possibly Hankey
as well. It Is not known who has been
selected to speak on the "subject "It
might havo Dcen." Thafs a sad topic
and since Humphreys has been so wn "0 "" or Jail tne last
gloriously vindicated and the thirty- time, he openedup a shop and went ti
seven so Inglorlously rebuked, there woMBuslnessboomlandqaIa
Is no competition (or the Job, gMM "
J, L. Kaulukou was asked this noon lfrps s r r i'nPt O f1
about the Bar Association meeting. , WtLLj, rAKUU tt tU S
Ho told tho Bulletin man ho knew , " v "
nothing of any meeting. Mr. Kaulukou .
Is acting l'ersldtfif of the Association,
and savs he hns called no meeting for
tonight or any other time. "Our rules
require ten days notlco." said Mr. Kau- (
iukou anu Closed mo. rcuiarss uy ana
Ing what paper the notice was pub
Work of coaling the Wisconsin began
this morning. The Iroquois towed two
navy barges alongside, tlio vessel and
all hnnds turned to to coal ship. Tho
Wisconsin will take eight hundred tons
and expects to bo finished by Saturday
afternoon. She will probably leave for
Pago Pago on Sunday morning.
"GRAND GRAND JURY"
SAYS JUDGE GEAR
The Territorial Grand Juty presented Reforms In Oahw prison are recotn
Its report to Judge Gear Bhortly before mended.
2 o'clock this afternoon. It was read Various abuses in Hie police station
hy L. Tcnncy Peck as secretary.
Insane Asylum affairs are treated at oI prBOnerg awaiting trial, the stnr- Tho stripping of schooj girls In ",ar Adm ral 81 as Casey, .corn
length. Tho presence of tho .stone age of contraband liquor In the build- schoell.ouscs for medical examinations N',10 a"tu,n"aC(, y c"ptaln aeo."
crusher of the public Works depart- Ing. arc all condemned. U severely denounced. c nvior auii Knslgn Henry Norinna
ment adjacent to the grounds Is con-
Mnny'thlngs relating to the sleeping
nccommodatlons and dieting arrange-
inents. ali-o the culinary and sanltaiy
equipments, of the naylum am con-
Kault Is found with the absencu of
farllltles for amusement and rocrea-
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tlnn for the patients.
II. .., I ik. m.ll,l .Jnl.l.i.
'.'.ui." ... " mvui.wt uu. ..., o.au-
lion oi mu iDsiuuuon, inciuuing me
cum ovmeni or a sneciai si in nervous
diseases, is recommended.- A visiting.
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committee of physicians to mako regit-
lar Inspections Is advised.
The Reformatory school cornea In for
considerable comment. Improvements
In accommodations are recommended,
also the giving of systematic" training
In agriculture and the trades.
IIJfM IS MED
Charged with disposing of and ap
propriating the money obtained there-
trom to his own use:
On March 2. ona niece of mllo wood.
, , ..,.,. . . Katatu, Ltd.. vs. V. l'eck & Co., Ltd..
valued at 5, the property of Mrs i returnod a verdict for tho plaintiff.
Hecky Hunt. r bad boon out sixteen hours, recelv-
On May 15. one koa calabash, valuetlHng dinner,, a night's lodging nmf
Ht 15, the property of W,m, Kahlbaum.
On June 23, two koa 'calabashes, val
tied at 46, the property of Mrs. Mile.
On August 5, three calabashes, valu
ed at $30, the property ot Mrs, Kau
wale. On August 5, two koa calabashes,
valued at $50, the property of Mrs.
uu August 6, two koa calabashes,
valued at $19,' the property of'W. H.
On August (7, scvea- calabashes.
valued at 17.C0, the propertrof Mrs.
On September 26, one koa calabash,
Wd t W. the property of Mrs
.uro tho ",""- . ... f h ...,
'' Th,n .1 .ll. 1..1- -J.i i rfiin.
! a rcgu- arctny enarges maue against Rainpa-
vtlon, as."" 'n tho I ollco Court this forenoon.
" mo 1 once conn mis iorenoon.
while Deputy sneriR (.nillingwottn
lead them oft and halted at tho end ot
, ""--" ."""""
' JllJKe Wilcox fully a half-hour.
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no asked Judge Wilcox tnat.ne do an
,owcn ,0 sPea to nl accuser. Tnii
being refused, be pleaded guilty,
In the two cases which Involved cat-
abashes worth 30 or. more, the defen-
t waived examination and was
I con.mifted to the Circuit Court for
aaylng, "I am not exactly sending you
k toyo-ir natlvo heath, but to a
Place which you have been nccustomed
Im i.a a hnn.a f.- lhA nn lw.n.
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Kalllpaka has been In Jail several
times on various charges In time men-
"ont,1 y J"Ige Wilcox. In tho creo
" tho three charges to which tho de-
'fcndunt nlendcd not tnilltv. nollo nroac-
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"llla were entered but Kalllpaka seem-
" to take that as hard as the rest of It.
Kalllpaka was at one time a retainer
' ' "ousenom oi oia iiovernor bu.
Knnoa at Nlumnlu. Kauai. It Is there
that he learned the trade of polishing
lathB which has boen the means
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On nnd After Novunber ist,
the agency for WELLK.
FARGO & CO' nXPRIJHS
will be In the office of the
UNION EXPRESS COMPANY.
180 King 8 tree t.
TELEPHONE HAlN 6.
are censured. The packing of drunk-
n nnnnna In ppll. thi. lnnu- tninnfl..
Police protection' In general is dls-'
cussed, the force being credited for
Rood work, according to Us size. In
vjclous sections of the city.
Attention Is given the Insanitary
purlieus In Knkaako and Kewalu. Two
large tenement houses were found e.ich
oer.nnled hv neonle of Imlr n .!.... ,llf.
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I In this connection Is recommended
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luijuuiriuiu. ,1. ,..v .UIIM.11K lUnB
nix saloons were lounu wiuilu a
small area in tne nnaripr Hint men-
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tloncd. Although the reason given by
tho High Sheriff for this multiplicity
of beer saloons, as' a means of conn-
tprnrdmr tlm lllli It lrnffln In .ulnp..
might have some hue, still It was
suggested that tho Federal authorities
should exert every effort to suppress
Illicit liquor selling so thai 'the llcens-
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At 10 o'clock tbls morning tbo Jury
Ion tbu ejectment caso of Kaplolanl
breakfast at tho public expense In
that time. Exceptions were noted
and notlco of motion for a new
trial given, by the defendant.
The action was for possession nf
certain parcels of land at Knkuluaco.
lionoIuluAcomprlsed In Land Commis
sion Award 10,463 to Napcla, being
npaua o. i containing i j-i acres
unit annnn Mn 9 pnntnlntnir 9!;.inn
and apana No. 2 containing 35-100
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B.u.p.-, ,m a...tb..BW. u.....uuun nui.
Issued by Judge W. L. Stanley ,on
juno 30, 1910.
-"Klnnev. Tlnltnn & MpHlnnnhan nd
- x. - U Kaulukou appeared for plain-
tiff, and Castle and Weaver, J. T. De.
Holt and Andrews, Peters and An
Urad. .for derendant
I 8omo of tho issues of fact Involved
aro Identical with those In the pending
cas.1 of the Kaplolanl Hstato against
u A Thurston nnd W. It. Castlo. trus-
tco an(j othcts, yet tho verdict does'
tec, and otheis, yet tho verdict does'
not necessarily control those cases.
The trial by Jury or John II Estate,
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Tno Supremo Court, Justices Gal-
nniiu. uuu rnij .n.. w" iw.
morning only to adjourn un.il Mon-
Nobody responded to tlm bailiffs
earnest Invltatron. In tho United States
rjistrlct court tins morning, tor an
j nav,,K any business wltb
,nat tribunal to draw near and they
would bo heard. Judgo Ksteo ordered
a recess till 2 o'clock this aftcnoon.
There Is no matter In sight for'them,
but the court will sit so .as i to receive
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k fa Ba m PS IW Ha Hi M M Pa M IP
. h d n Thcn lu0 caiat,aBhes
, JU. ,, ., .,.
l..."" . mid..vm. i...u . " .vu'.m
that Kalllpaka was disposing of them
to various parties
ThRt the ml(U; u not (len(, ,, Mt.
n, falU nf hg 0n Momlaj. Iaat
, 'wIlen R Urfl omcer wa ,n ,))(
, ; t(j airMt h,m Kalnpaka went
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H.to anomer room, tirana a wuoie pini
of meth) ntcc, BprtB ana then
Bn)earcd on thc scene. Nothing was
fc nf thfs un, the next day whpn
t wftg nutko(i tnal the follow had a
,.c we l!cflnf(, Jag, Strango to
he ()d not foo, tha eft-eola of tt,e
,'oho, ,be (la be took ,t L)kj
ckolebao. It must hsve taken effect
v ben he drank a glass ot water ths
Judge Gear has Issued an, order to
Jonathan Shaw, guardian of tho es
tate of Evelyn Nichols Bldwell, who
was made a soio aoviseo .iinuer me
will of John Euclid Uldwolf. deceased,
to show cause why ho should, not turn
over tho property held by him as such
guardian, Evelyn II. Nichols, describ
ed In tho will as Evelyn Nichols Bld
well, having como of ngo on tho 6th
of October. Hatch & Sllllmnn aro at
torneys for petitioner. ,
Tho Wife I unders.nnd, thnt tho
man they rescued from tho burning
building tried to commit, suicide. Tho
Husband No wonder. Ho hnd on a
pair of pajamas his wlfo had raailo
for him. Smart' Set.
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Get your periodicals bound at tho
RVENINO BULLETIN'S Blndory.
Thoy will bo valuable;
Ing of the salo of liquor should be
placed upon a reasonable basis
The closing ot the night schools was
declined Injudicious, as Ignorance and
prime went hnnd In tlfinit. i
n . 5- .. . . " . ."V ..
natt's by Territorial officials less than
1"" n'm! '"JT
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,lH.rt t the Grand Jury Is considered
u necdlCsi waste of that bodv's time,
Deputy Attorney Gonerul Cntlicurt
Is comnllmeiited In rnncluslnn for his
coniiuct neioro tne.urnnii jury.
l"V I?p " " rvo" ,n. "amo ol
iu.ni rvunumumnuu un luiviunu
tndldments were presented (presented arms ns Rear Admiral Casey 'n H"4 ''''i1 f thu Ilnrnnnl Circus Coin
report, entered and left the building. It was Pnn' during tho show last night.
Gear natd a high tribute to composed of twenty-ono men of the Frank lluverlvy, the manager of the
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UlltlhU ..V.il II., Ml I. IIIKII III. Illl. 1 ..,
tho renort nnd Its authois. Ho said
this Grand Jury seemed to have real-
Iroil tho true nature of its functions.
Was a grallll Urallll .Iliry. Ill- lia.l
I .t.. l..,n...llH. l I.
' ;'",-' ZYZU H. Sopeand cTpPaln llawes and
,m,,,nMl In full by the newspapers, i there wero present in tho Kxocutlvo
juliS. clear continued at some length chnrnber also W. II. Wright. Trcasur-
(0 discuss matters In tho document. ,pr! K- n,p- Attorney General, and
K. S. lloyil, Commissioner of Ijir.ds.
I Governor Dolo will return the enll
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1Y STOP iIDiJIT 1HT MIN
Dr. C. N. Thomas, manager of the
Iloston Concert company which will
puss through Honolulu on Us wny to
New Zealand and Australia about the
end of November, arrived In tho city
nn tlm Alommlii luat S ittlrilnv tri KM
hrstiitiiMtnrrnngcnTents can ber mada
tor the appearance of bis company
here.. This company comprises four
brilliant artists: Hcrnliard Walthcr,
the famous llclglan violin virtuoso;
Lillian Norma, tho noted Kngllsh mei-zu-soprano;
Cyrus Druwnlco Newton,
and a first
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Of uorntiard wanner me san Fran
CISCO Chronicle SSyS
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Playing n revclntlon, The Musical
Times ofilndon. En eland, savs:
"HornhardiAValther has delighted bit
audiences ever since he was nine vears
0a nn,i ranks with tho foremost vlo -
",""" ul 'ut. "" """"'....".
1 lilata nf flip ilnv " Wnlthpr him Intir-
unisis oi me uay. wanner uas lour-
" extensively in l-.uropc. me unueu
Sial Canada, and wherever h
has appeared ho has created unbound-
ed enthusiasm by hla masterly wield-
ed enthusiasm by his masterly wield -
Inir of the bow.
Lillian Norma has a rich mciro -
soprano voice of remarkablo sweetness
llllan Norma "a
vtlirnnt tnnpji nf
Surah llernhard'slspeccb, her artlcula-
non is so cicar mac every wora or. me
noags can he distinctly heard "
, Newton, the humorous Impersonator
. .. ,. . mnVn M. .
' ".. JlVa-J".'!".-1;. ud.'.
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noble as he Is funny. All the press
criticisms aro highly In bis favor.
"Newton captured Ihs audience Im
mediately. Ho Is nn artist or extra.
ordinary ability' nnd has few eouals'ha,fmnt- u" tho last .-Injr he desired
and no Blincr0r...gan Francisco
Examiner. Prof. Charles Elston of the,
company has romo ahead and will ar
rans f'r7the company to stay over
In Honolulu providing he receives
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lated for the purpose of ascertaining
whether enough patronage can be se-
cured to warrant tho appearance of
such an aggregation of high class ar-
tlsts. It thlu rnnrsn bo followed, ner-
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80n, subHcrlblng; their names will have
nnl cll0lce ,rom the plan, paying for
their tickets only when they have se-
cureu lnclr ""
A special meeting of tho Hawaiian
Bar Association Is caned for Novem-
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Q. H. Berr'ey's' office. 33 Campbell bid.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621,
Packages shipped 'o
all parts of tho United
States and Europe.
Office, 1047 Bethel SL,
opposite Honolulu Market
The Honolulu Clay Company has
nsked tho Government, for a quit-claim
deed to Its property In Nuuanti valley.
At tho aove?trr's Council tnls morn
ing tho application was referred to the
Chin Wo & Co.'s petition for a lease
of land at Palama was deterred until
J. II. lloyd's return from Maul, to sco
If tbo Department of Public Works
requires tho land ror puuuc uses.
1 Mankichl Ynmaro was refused a
liquor dealer's llcenso for Walmoa, Ka
m urn m
Jol,n"n- 0,,1, t0 the ,Ucar SF1?.1 ,
called on Governor Dolo at 9:30 this'
mil,V!L,M.,.. ..,... , ,. I
tho naval station battery as"tho paFiy
ta"lol. Captain A. G. S. llawes, Jr.,
the Governor's private secretary, met
the party In his uniform of captain on
"' Governor's stntf nnd rode with
Il,.... tit Ihn Pni.ltnl
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,U tho foot of tho Capitol front
steps a guard of honor with bugler
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HIMIelh nnd Sixty-seventh Companies,
vawa mates, uonst Artillery, from
Lamp McMnlcy, In command
f l,i-nriwti. II..!,. u-ia ntlnmarl ... Pnl
on board the Wisconsin at 1 oclock
l Batiirday afternoon.
JUDICURY BUILDING FLAG
Federal Court Jaiiitor Makes and Ex
ecutes a Decision Which Judge
Estee Reverses on
Tho National flag is again flying at
half-mast over tho Judiciary building,
"ifn i n nniihoiit1'8 falsing to full-mast yesterday, as
noted In that afternoon's Rulletin, was
.twwu ,,( IIIH, DUUUUUII n 1.I1IIUUU, WUI
"Ithout onlers from Judgo Kstee. al-
though tho flag Is displayed In con-
npptlnn with tin. dlttlm. nt thn ITnitnri
States District Court. ThlB Is a ro -
qulrement of tho law.
, ' appears that tho Federal order
fn .(.A h.lf.Ma.ttn. rt Anna In m.a....
,wi "v ..a..-..miijn u. iibkb ... iiiuuiu'
, . i,i.ii miii ,,... .,
Ide for President MeKInlev made, tho
CPremony end on the 19th Inst. Upon
,i10 pnng ot tiiat dato Judgo Estco
directed the romoval of the sablo dra-
pery from tho precincts of tho Fcdcr -
.pery from tho precincts of tho Fcdcr-
al Court. Ho said nothing, at tho
Ulme, about tho Hag, because Govern-
- - - "- - -- - -- .-. . -
.t..rni t.i.iiiiint-d until ,,. nifi,rin..
Mnnnel tlio Kll.rnl Pil.rl limllnl-
however, decided that the Hag should
fnllnu. tin. .Irnnprv iml vn.ln.il.u
morning raised it to tho, top of the.be sworn dut for his arrest some time
I Justice Perry of tho Supremo Court
,,0"fIl,t ,h'rn wna ome 'tkt about
thu discrepancy netwe-cn tho positions
?( J."? " "I?" h- Capitol d th.
juuiciary iiuuuing. facing each other,
and wroto a note to .Judge Estee re-
gardlng tho matter. The
Judgo promptly Instructed
Hendry to have tho flag restored to
,w"8 c0.n"'a w "'. "ie ,oca' -"
Tlm Instructlonswero oboyed at
10 o'clock, which they could not havo
,been earlier, as tho .way to tno top oi
mo lower is mrougn ino Territorial
jury-room, a jury was iockcu in mere
until tho time stated this morning.
Ruling and binding of all kinds done
at tbo BULLETIN office. '
THERE are several hundred ssao
children In Honolulu and most .
of these will need a new pair
of school shoes soon. .
What we want K o sell all or most
, of these s hoes, and have ma Je extensive
' preparations to that effect We have
wh.it we belle've to be the' best line of
school shoes in the country In
HAMILTON and BROWN
8ECURITY SCHOOL Ml OH
They are made of the very best mater
ials by reliable vvnrkn.cn, and they're
made to stand the wear.
$2.50 BUYS A PAIR
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
I08T FORT 8TEBT.
Russian Blows Stream of
Oil at Frank Beverly
MAN QUICKLY ARRESTED
BY HIE POLICE OFFICERS
Result Might Have Been Serious
Tent Could Easily Have Caught
Fire Prisoner is
A Hklt mrant to nmuM nn auiw.ac
u,..a v,nn ,,,, n ,,.,, ,...
" '"'""" "" natural tasu
for oil, a bunch of paper, a lighted
eauillc, nnd an offer ol fitly cents were
tlio elements that combined to mako
very unrumrnrtablc stnte of aralrs
circus, wisuing to give tlio public a
'" ' program, luirouuceu a now
number which would undoubted!
have proved most amusing had not
Heverley came out Into the ring
dressed in a Jnpancse kimono, under
which ho woro bis regular clothes.
Tied on behind him was a bunch of
olu newspapers. Hying looso In thu
breeze. Five bojs were called In and
nil lllll'ic tli-piptl plpni hnnnonniT.
cacn was presented with a lighted can-
die. Heverley then tnailo tbo offer of
fifty cents to the boy who should suc
ceed in setting thu paper afire.
The vnoiiI wa given and the gyra
tions began. Heverley danced a Jig.
a hornpipe, a hula, a two-step, a
waltz and coucnco-couchoo, bounded
p In tho air. turned and did other
I queer movements too tntricato to ex,
.plain, whllo tho five little boys twist
'cd themselves In double bow-knots and
tried to mlmle tho performance of "Lh
Petlto Ktbel" In her contortion net, la
their efforts to tickle tnr cIsj cf thu
.er with their lighted candls
Unturally, tho wind caused by the
Happing of thu oaucr muffled out
I soma of the candles. The boys were
Just making a final rush for ltererlcy
wucn n iiig Russian Finn, D.tpkus by
name, was seen to advance from out
ot the audience. Ho took his stand
near tlio entrance to the ring and
then, before nnyono could stop hi in,
grabbed a lighted canine out of one
of the boy's hands nndunsdc a rush.
for Heverley. Catching up with the
performer, his lips wero seen to take
on a peculiar curvo and then ther
was n straight stream of some kind
,'of liquid shot out all over the paper
I n .i,.... ih.i unt.M h... rinitnhtnH
Ithe heart nf nn oil orosnector. Quick
las a (lash the candlo wbb applied to
the paper and Heverley was soon do-
I .. .Ua n .. .....a .,.. tl.aa.l.n f. m .,
IU5 um uiu nuui.u. lug j.ubdiuu uw.
... ,. . .ii , j
nupil hn nil In hla hlpvrln Ismn In do
the little trick ho had planned.
Cries of "Arrest tho fellow I" were
heard all over tlio tent. Uevorlcy, al-
'though burning with a-beiro to con
.though burning with a-beiro to
tlnue his nerforiiianco. tKBstfht It best
to do bnmuthlug toward tne capture
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i-nwin nuaiB.nH ,., .nM ..
Innlr Iln'n1.-iia t Ihn ns.ll.w. ti.tlnn'
when- he was released bv CaDtaln Par-
V Ik .nv l.n !. a w.,Mn. mill
luunng ino nay. n is sum oy soiuu
that tho charge might be arson.
Tho action of tho Russian Is tormed
'by many who woro present as a das-
tardly act for. not only did bo en-
.danger the nro or Mr. Heverley: but
those of the, people who constituted
tlio audience. Tho tent might easily
have been set afire and then there
would have been a panic.
As It was, Mr. Ilovorloy ri.rncd his
hands and other parts of his body
quite badly and tho attendants who
rushed to tear away tho burning ma-
terlnl from nlm wero also burned. U-
'sides that, Mr. Iloveley lost a valuable
.kimono nnd a pair or trousers.
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding.
embossing, maps, charts and artlatlo
Drlntin at tho KV'ENINO 11ULL.ET1N
That will please the
Children ami Parents
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