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For Sydncy-Monna 23
From S, F. ltongxong
Mara Nov. 22
For 8. i'. Nippon Maru
Vol. XI. No 2001.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER '22 1(101
PlilUK ft I'KN'IH.
' I ' V STEAMER TABLE.
BY lit Hill
The Honolulu Brewery
AGRIEVED WIVES SEEK
ALIMONY IN DIVORCE
Assumpsit Suit Against Stock-Yards
Company By Lowers & Cooke
In the case of Territory ngalnst Ml
euwu, Mlchuka, 01 and Nnkamurn.
who wcro lined $25 and costs each In
tho District Court for assault and bat
tery on Yamada, nppeala were with
diawn thlB morning by Mlchuka and
Nlknmura. Then a nollo prosequi was
panted by Judge Humphreys ou be
half of Mlsawa and 01.
' Tong Chong Tal, who appealed from
u lino of 25 and costs for selling rot
ten sausage, was another culprit re
lumed on nollo prosequi.
C. C. Hitting lor defendants has
filed a motion to open default In the
suit of Honolulu Plantation Co. against
Konumoku and 0. A. Horlng. The
reason given Is that their rnso was
neglected by two other attorneys In
whoso hands It was placed, causing
them to bo adjudged In default from
no fault of theirs.
. Francisco do 8a Is ordered to np-
pcar bcrore tho Circuit Court on Sat
urday and show eauso why liu should
not pay tho legal expenses and ali
mony In the divorce suit brought
against him by his wife, Virginia de
Su. In her" libel the woman accuses
her husband of cxtremo cruelty such
as abusive language of the loulest kind
. end bodily punishment.
Melo Nakapuahl Manuel by her at
torneys, I'otcrson & Matt bowman.
Moves for an order ot alimony, coijn
' sl fea nnd costs In her dlvorco suit
against. Potcr Manuel.
Following Its noilco of lien, Loweis
ft Cuoko, corporation, has entered an
assumpsit suit against Honolulu
fitock-YarilH Co. for 1i84.0!. Tho
lompUtnt says that M. u. Smith, con
..Tudor, has abandoned the building
Ityor which the plaintiff furnished him
the materials to tho value stated.
To tho suit of Nlcuhaus northern
Co. for foreclosure of materialmen's
Hen and to that of Western Ireu
Works for foreclosure of mechanics
' Hen, the Honolulu Brewing & Malting
Co.. by Its attorneys. Hatch ft 81111
man, files answers denying1 each and
evory allegation In the complaint.
Tho hearing of tho Nichols guar
dianship matter continued before
Judge Little this forenoon.
Josh Fellclano was found guilty of
burglary second degree by tho follow
ing Jury beroro Judgo Humphreys
this morning: Edwin K. Illako, Jas.
K. Mcrseberg, John A. Noble. Chaa.
!:. Lake, Jonah K. naklla, Haughton
C. lllckerton, John W. Smithies,
Harry S. Swlnton, Ocorgo K. Kala,
Isaiah Dray, John L. Hansmanu nnd
David Notley. Tho prisoner was In
. dieted for breaking Into tho bouso ot
Ipobano. E. A. Douthltt for tho pros
ecution: J. M. Vivas for defendant.
Judge Humphreys sentenced Fellciano
to bo Imprisoned at bard labor for
Tho Young Peoplo's Society of tho
Christian Church gavo a book social
last night. Tho plan was to have had
tbu participants costumed so us to
represent tho different books In liter
ntuie, and somo amusement was to
liavo lesultcd from the guesses made.
Unfortunately tho aitalr was arranged
for last night, when tho Methodist fair
attracted a great many of the church
people, and tho Nolll company und the
now minstrel company bad their shurn
of patronage, so tho book social wm
somewhat lacking In attendance, al
though tho fifteen or twenty' young
ioIKh that gathered maclo up what was
i lurking In number by having an extra
tgood time, Tho choir sung a number
;of hymns and solos were given by
somo of tho members of tho society,
, Light refreshments wcro served later
- j. In tho evening.
During tho dull times of tho
past eight months
havo been sold at
Tho price paid for tbeso
110 lots was
Somo ot these lots have
bcon resold at an advance
of from 25 to CO per cent.
No buyers at Collego Hills
aro o.ering their lots at tho
original price, becauso Rap
Id Transit has mado them
Intrinsically worth at least
a 25 per cent advance.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
"THE JILjT TONIGHT
Dion nouclcault's famous racing
comedy drama, "The Jilt" will be glv
en this evening at the Opera House by
Mr. Nelll and his company. The play
is one of the most charming In the en
tire Nelll repertoire. It Is In five acts,
the fourth act showing tho private box
In the grand stand at the race course
where a race takes place. This is una
of the' most exciting nnd nnlmnted
scenes of the modern drama and from
the suggestions offered In It for horse
racing upon the stage several very sue
cessful plays with race scenes In them
have been launched. It was played by
the author himself for many seasons to
the States and was his favorite play.
The famous comedy drama Is most
brilliantly written and cleveily con
structed and tho members of tho cast
are said to fit the various roles per-,
fcctly. It is a play where one gets on
a friendly footing with all of the char
acters and learns to join In their loves
and hates, to tho extent of gasping for
breath In the exciting race horse scene.
Mr, Nelll will bo seen as Myles O'llntii.
TELLS HOW HE OPPOSED
Controversy of Street Railway Con
cerns Given Further Airing in
the United States District
The hearing ot the Injunction suit
of the Hawaiian Tramways Company
against the Honolulu Hapld Transit &
Laud Company was resumed In tho
United States District Court this morn
lug. Attornejs Dunno and De Holt
neie present for the complainant nnd
McClanuhan nnd Castle for tbu re
spondent. L. A. Thurston, .1. II. Fish
er, L. Tcnncy I'eck, J. A. McCandless
nnd J. A. Oilman of the Hapld Transit
directorate and C. 0. Uallcutyne Its
manager were In uttendunre.
Manager W. II. I'uln of tho Tram
ways was on the wltnets stand. Ills
cross-examination by Mr, MtClanahan
was rut Into with objections from Mr.
Dunne at frequent Intervals, most of
which were overruled by Judge Esteo
and exceptions then noted.
Mr, Pain himself fenced consider
ably. When any reference was mado
In a question to proceedings before tho
Hawaiian Supreme Court he would
unswer In the phrase "alleged proceed
ings," and similarly be metamorphos
ed submission to that tribunal Into
The witness told of strenuous ob
jections he had made to tho late Paul
Nuumann, both In San Francisco and
Honolulu, against tho submission of a
case without action to the Supremo
Court. His words to Mr. Neumann In
San Francisco were: "flood Clod, Paul,
what is this thing you are putting tip?"
Mr, Neumann s reply wns to tell him
It wns no use his going on that way,
becauso what had been done could not
Upon returning to Honolulu Mr,
Pain similarly protested against tho
proceedings to W. L. Stanley of the
luw firm of Holmes & Stanley, His
reason for kicking agulnst the acts of
th ccompany's attorneys was one ot
policy, us his Idea was that the charter
of tho Hapld Transit Incorporators
was unlawful and step they took
thereunder ought to be fought right up
to tho court ot last resort.
Mr. McClunahan nt this point ten
dered In evidence Mr. Pain's aflldavlt
to tho proceedings In the Hawaiian Su
preme Court. The court ruled that
nothing done in tho Territorial court
might bo brought Into question, as tho
Federal court wns not an appellate
court. Examination on such proceed
ings must be confined to tho eliciting
Mr. Dunno objected to tho entire
line of examination as not relevant to
thp question thcro nt Issue, which was
ns to tho authority for the nppcurancs
of Mr. Da Holt nnd himself as counsel
Mr. Pain gave as tho reason for his
namo's appearance In thn proceedings
that tho attorneys had begun them nnd,
ns Mr. Neumann said, what was douo
would not bo undone.
Ueo, E. Smithies, former treasurer
of tho Interior Department of Hawaii,
tCKtllk'il as to tho registration of the
Hawaiian Tramways Company's incor
poration papers In 1889.
An affidavit of W. II. Wright, Treas
urer of the Territory, was tendered. It
mentioned the filing In alllant'a office
on November 15, Instant, ot a printed
pamphlet purporting to bo tho charter
of the Hawaiian Tramways Company,
Thero wns nothing about the document
or attached to It, In proof that It wns
really tho charter In question.
Mr. McClnnnhan began argument nt
10:45 on tho motion ot respondent
tor an order to complainant to show
authority for tho employment ot
Messrs. Dunno nnd Do Holt to enter
tho Injunction proceedings now pend
Ing in tho court.
BWA CROP FINISHED.
The last car load of cano ot tho pres
ent crop was ground nt l.vva mill yes
terday. The mill will bo closed down
for threo weeks to mako necessary re
pairs and to connect the new mill
which will grind the next crop.
Jeffries Defeats Ruhlin .
In Five Lively Rounds
Sun rrnncltco, Nov. 16. With roll
ing eyes and gaping mouth, with body
bent nearly double and legs dragging
wearily: with lips swelled and blue
weals beneath his oyes; with great
red blotches across stomach and ribs.
Otis Ruhllu reeled to his cnalr at the
end t the filth round.
Ten seconds Inter n water-soaked
sponge fell lii mldrlng llko n clod upon
a coffin. It was Mnddeu's token of
defeat. It was tin end of Itublln's
Round I, Rulilln led lightly with lint
left, and they clinched. Jeffries fol
lowed him around. Jeffries ducked
a left nnd got In his left ou the chet.
There wns another clinch. Ilulilln got
under u left an dcllnrhed. Jeffries'
left went around Ruhlln's head twite.
Another clinch. Jeffries dioe Rulilln
to the ropes and put In u hard left on
the pit of the stomach. Jeffries got his
hcJ beneath a left swing nnd clinched.
Rulilln ducked n left clinch. Jeffries
was slioit with a left at the head, und
Ruhlin ducked In and clinched. Jef
fries caught Ruhlin on tho temple with
the left ns he ducked. Then he forced
hi in to the ropes and got In n left upper
cut under the chin ns Ruhlin enmo
forward to clinch. Ruhlin put In a'
good solid heart blow, and Jeffrie
gasped and laughed. They clinched. I
Knch missed with the left and they,
(llnchid again. Ruhllu tiled with tho
light for the Jaw, und Jrlfrles caught'
the blow on his shoulder. Another,
clinch. Jeffries feinted at tho held
and put In a left ou the breast. A I
clinch. Jeffries tried feinting again. I
anil Ruhlin stepped In quickly and
drove the right at the ribs. There was
u slight blush on Jeffries' left side. I
Jeffries put In a solid left body punch.'
nnd there wns another clinch. They
worked around slowly. Jeffries made
n couple ot clumsy leads with thn left.1
left rl-8 got in villi the left on the chin '
as Ruhtln ducked. I
Ruhlin was breathing homily as ne
went to his corner, The round was not
a vicious one mr sucn big fellows. The
ducking on both sides wns particularly
iiounu .. notii men crouched as
they came to the center. They let go
smothered lefts nt tne body and clinch
ed. In bieaklug away Jeffries put In 1
two Jolty lefts on the neck. As Jeffries I
prestos In Rulilln caught him u hard
ono Inthe ribs. They clinched. Ruh
llu was there with his left on the side
of the face, and Jeffries put In n heavy
punch. They clinched, and nfter the
break Rulilln got In a good rlbroastcr
with the right. Jeffries appeared anx
ious to fight when partly clinched, and
Ruhlin anxious to frea himself. Ruh
llu kept stepping around tho ring, with
Jeffries following. Rulilln ducked a
left nnd clinched. Ho kept usklng the
leferee to mnko Jeffries step back.
Ruhlin got under several left swings
from Jeffries nnd put In u right on the
ribs. Rulilln got in n left on tho face
and another right on the ribs. Jeffries
wns trj Ing for hard lefts at the Jaw and
missing. Ruhlin struck Jeffries ono
right bander under the heart which
could be heard all over the building.
Ji ffrles sent In a left swing on tho ear,
but It was a smothered blow. Jeffries
was at fault with his deliveries, many
of his blows fulling short. Ruhlin sent
In n straight left on the fare and
iZ "? '?J '? V -
Mlddlcbiirg, Capo Colony, Oct. 2fi.
Ono hundred nnd clgmy district moun
ted troops, composed largely of
Dutchmen, with tholr horses and arms,
suircudered to Smuts command Oc-1
tober 1.1th, Tho district troops fired
most of their ammunition nt long
range and then refused to fight fur
ther. Captain Thornton, their com
mander, hclluves their surrender to
havo boon pre-arranged. I
Wlthlu tho last two days tho noern
have approached still nearer to Capo
town. Sixty men of tho commando
last Been nt Honelleld havo penetrated
south of Darling (18 miles north of
Capo Town), but thu raid must not
be taken too seriously, as tho lirltlsh
columns aro already In a position to
copo with ft. Tho uoors have mado
the dash either to obtain frosh horses
or to revenge themselves, on tho Dutch
tanners who havo not supported them,
as they wero expectd to do.
In tho northeast district Command
ant Foucho mul six men, leaving tho
main body, mado a raid lust Saturday
to Mldhiirg siding. They blow up a
fow yards of track and shot In rolrt
blod oa Capo polleo.nan who had sur
rendered. Foucho haB since returned
to tho neighborhood ot Jamestown.
A horso nttnehed to an express wag
on kicked Itself out of harnoss and
smashed n shaft at tho Merchant
street door of tho Hawaiian Klortrlc
Company's building this afternoon. It
was only with prodigious efforts thnt
tho animal was kept from starting on
Four crap shooters wero discharged
from custody by Judgo Wilcox this
morning as the prosecution failed to
prove Its case against tucm. They
were arrested at the wharf on Wednesday,
imoincri u me return, 'men a cnncti.
Alter tho break the rlRht crossed Jcf-
fries on the mouth, ((rawing blood.
Jeflrles got In onu of his trip-hammer
rights on th cribs, and DVlaney sang
out, "That's It, Jim! That's It!" Huh-
llu i cached Jeffries twlco with thov"" " )"""' "' 'eu-nami pimcnes in
right on the face und one with the left, 'f0, ""nm i1"5'.'- ..'i'"""1. ?" " "V,g'
Ruhlln's straight left was doing good Hl ,llln, Jcff... , OI
woik, and Jeffries' mouth was bleed- hard henrt punch uller the brume;
trig. Delaney nnd Armstrong were Jeffries smnslied him several times
looking unxlnus. Ruhlin feinted with on the fneo with tins lelt. Ruhlin s
the left and with tho right crossed rll'l't V was blacked und his mouth
loWrU. A,. !, ..Mn 1I..I no (l.n lrrt
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mouth nn drecelved a solid punch In
thn stomach from Jeffries' right.
fries s'.ralchtcned tin and looked as
steady us a rock as hif strode to bin !
Ruhlln's deliveries were cleaner nil
through the round. Mo scored well
with his left, und his heart punches
were quicker and moro forcible than
tliOKo of his opponent.
Jeffries rushed In and let go his
right at the body, scoring cleanly. Ruh
lin clinched. After the break, Jeffries
swung a heavy left on the face. There
wns another clinch nnd Ruhlin asked
the referee to make Jeffries step hack.
Rulilln reached Jeffries on the mouth
with the left and Jeffries countered on
the chlu with the left. Htihlln tottcied
to the ropes, und his knees sngged
'On at hlui, Jim!" shouted Delaney. As
Ruhlin enmo away from the ropes, Jef
fries met him with nnother left. Ruh
lln's body swn)cd, and he fell Into n
clinch. He gathered his senses! to
(.ether and backed around tho ring,
Jeffries following. Jeffries caught him
ono glancing left hander
but It was nut a hard blow, ttuhlln
looked rattled, lie kept backing nway.
He tried for n righthander at the ribs
onie, but Jeflrles laiiKhoit and clinched,
Around the ring weut Ruhllu, with
Jeffries after him. As Ruhlin ducked.
Jeffries brought up the left from the
hip nnd caught htm fair on the mouth.
Riihlin'M lips aw oiled and his eyes roll
ed. He Bluggered. He fell Into n clinch
again. As soon as Jeffries could free
Mn,f.lf hu .m..l ii, .hit., i
ommihwh :.; rr ,"i
1 Jeffries' light. Ruhlin was bent
.-..... auvnu w
upon clinching and saving himself.
Jeffries followed him and niude vicious
lunges, but the Akron man resorted
to clinching every time. Ho was ou
the defensive now In good shape. Jef
fries began to follow 111 in leisurely,
und Ruhlin straightened up nnd got In
his left with good force over tho heart.
Ho clinched when Jeffries slopped to
vwird him, and Jeffries caught him a
left upper cut. It wiib Ruhlin backing
uround tho ring nuw with Jeffries In
full pursuit. In Ruhllu's own corner.
Jeffries smashed him fair on tho mouth
with tho left. Ous' head jerked, and
ho threw out his arms nnd clinched
ugnln. Then ho tried to hack away,
Jeffries cornered hlui and got In an
other left hand upper cut, which was
followed by a clinch Just as the gong
sounded. There wero Joyful faces and
voices now In tho champion's corner,
for It looked ns If It was only a matter
ot minutes when he would knock tho
Akron heavyweight out.
Ruhlin dropped his head nnd threw fef ''nSrc.U Vie
In a right lu tho ribs nshe camo for.,wa8 vlitually knocked out?'
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HANCOCK GOES ASHORE
Nagasaki, Nov, lO.-r-Tho United
States Army transport Hancock ran
ashore yesterday on tho south sldo of
tho Straits of Sbimnuoscki, nt tho
western entrance to thn inland Sea.
These straits uro very dangerous at
this point, for tho current races
through them In soma places at tho
rato of nine knofa an oour and tho
water Is often shallow.
Tho Hancock Is aground on n sandy
bottom. Tho passengers nnd crow
aro all reported sate, J Herman gun
boat cruising In theso waters has gonu
to tho nsslstnnco of tho stranded ves
e und will nttempt to drag her off
Into deep water.
St. Clair Hldgood was thrown from
his bicycle this morning on Hotel
trcet and very badly cut Ho was tak
en to tho Queen's Hospital for treat
ment. A native woman, I,olsa by namo, was
read a lecture by Judge Wilcox this
morning for using language which was
very strong In a public place.
llic Merchants' ' Parcel Delhen
Delivers packages to auy
part of tho city tor loc up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped n
all parts ot the United
States and Eurnpo
Offico, 1017 llethel su,
opposite Honolulu Market
ware. They clinched. Jeffries was
cool and collected. Itn smnshnd
Ous on the templo with the left.
nnd then shifted the lelt Into the
Momacb. Thoy clinched. Alter the
"leak, Jet drove lilm Into a corner
SWCIIOtl. HIS glUgOr KOfUlOd 10
swelled. Ills ginger seemed
gone, llu leached Jelfiles laco llgut
ly with tho left nnd got a snapping
,,.fi (J1, lhc 110se ( millI1, Jt!,'ru-s
Jef-jwns doing most of the loielug. with
Ruhlin inaklm; mi neeiiuliitml mnini.
Itttritiii caught .lei. lien solidly once ns
tin1 elinmpiou rushed, bin thn lelts nnd
rights on the bend Immediately urter
wnrd mado him rock on his feet. Uuh
lln wnH rattled und uucklng from imag
inary blows. Jeffries was forcing him
around. Ruhllu dipped under ono sav
age left, ami tho second ono Just
brushed his hnlr. 'tney clinched, und
with the free left nrm Jeffries caught
Rohllti twice ou t..u chin. Tueio wus
nnother clinch. As they broku nway,
Jeffries brought his trip-hammer light
twice into the stomncn, nnd Ruhlin s
legn spread. Ruhlin go In a light left
on tho face, and then Jeffries let go
tho left nt both body and ribs. The
last one hit him hard. A loft on the
Jaw hurt Rulilln and ho dropped to
iiih hnens in avoiu punishment. At
the count of four tho gong rang.
Ruhlln's fneo wns bruised
i.uiiniin nuu was nrillseu as
stepped up to Round 5. Ilefure
could lend Jelfiles caught him
j ruigiii icrt ralr ou tho lace. Rulilln
clinched. Jeffries cot In u Inltv b.n
.n breaking. Iliialln tried with the
right for the ribs nnd Jellrles caught
it on his left elbow. A It-it swing tioni
n-iiniM icsth iiiiiiiin above tho ear
uid there wus unoiher hugging match
.lulilln got In it straight leu, but there
"""," i"rco in u. llu luwercd his
.lauds to protect himself from Jer-
rles terrible right body punch, nnd
-s smashed with lelt ami right across
ho face. Jeffries worked Rulilln info
.win.-r uiiii mi Ka tho felt at the
itomacb. Itiihlln caught two of thorn
.ii:iuw iiih urms. Ulllilin i Mil ked hnli
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.... iiju ,UH. JCIIIICS Kept
kOlil nfl.tr lil...
nnd caught him. with two left swings
on tho Jaw near tho ropes. Ruhllu
reeled away as they par.il. Ruhlin
vas now ducking Into left hooks, some
ot which wero punishing blows. He
clinched and seemed tired. Jeffries
backed him nnd fmced him to tho
lopes. As Ruhllu stepped out Jef.
Tries bit Mm with the. ic-rt upon the
chin. Ruhlln's eyes closed and ho
went to his knees, ilo was up ut
tho count of four, nnd went Into n
clinch. Jeffries met him coming with
a left on the Jaw, und ns soon ns he
could disentangle himself swung his
i-ii mm me nnuy. .ic-nrles milled In
to tho lopes again, and Rulilln In duck
ing wns struck fulr on top of tbu head
with the left. This happened again
at another angle of the ring, while
Ruhlin was ngnlnst the ropes. Rub
IIiih eyes wero rolling ami no seemed
nil but out. Jeffries nan him against
tho ropes, throwing n left Into tho
stomach when tho boll called them
apart. Ruhlin bent down nnd walked
to bin corner wearily, whllo Jeffrlei
strode strongly to his chair. Madden
threw up tho spnngo.
vvnen nskeii why ho throw up tho
Two attorneys wcro ndmltted to
practice In the courts of the Territory
Kdwnrd M. Wutson Is twenty-seven
years of age, born nt Holly Springs,
Mississippi, hlB last place of rcsldenco
I rlor to coining hern being nt Oxford In
that State. Mr. Watson la a graduate
nf the law department of tho Unlver
vslty of Mississippi and wus admitted to
I'lacticii lu all the courts of his native
Klato precisely four years ago today.
Harry W. lloblnsan Is another ar
rival fiom the Sunny South, having
been burn thirty- six years ago in
Louisville, Kentucky. He studied law
privately In tho office of Hon. John 0.
Fox, Washington, I), C, and was ou
November 25, 189C, admitted to prac
tice In Kentucky Court of Appeals,
Reading tho Nails.
Character readers who profess to
detect signincnnco In tho llngor nails
cay that a porsou with broad nails Is
of gcntlo na.uro, timid and basnlul,
Thosu whoso nails grow In.o tin. Uoah
it tho points, or sides, nro given to.
luxury. A whltu mark on tho nail
bespeaks inlslortuno. Persona with
cry palo njlls nro subject le, much
Infirmity of the flesh and perscciulons
by nolghbors and friends. People with
narrow nails nro ambUlouo and quar
lelsomo. Lovers or knovvledgo nnd
liberal sen Imcnt havo round mils.
Small nails Indlca'o littleness of mind,
obsllnticy and roncolt. Meiancho'"
persons aro distinguished by their
in I" t load cnlnrcd nnlls.
Turning quickly around, Senitor
Daniel gavo tho lawyer a searching
look nnd then uirnlng to tho judge,
MILLS' GOOD WORK
The Nelll Company appeared In ono
of Augustln Daly's farclal comedies
"Nancy & Co." last evening. Tnls
Is ono of the most enjoyable farces
bat has been presented here In n
long time, tho audience being kept lu
a continual uproar from beginning to
end. Miss Chapmnn, as the wile, be
come, so wrapped up In play-writing
as to temporarily disregard tho wishes
of her hushnod. In her nttonUoDI to
wiu tU innoent poet and drama
tist. Kcofe O'Keefe, which part was
well played by Mr. MaeVlcars. Miss
Forbes presented n very sweet and
delightful presence and appeared to
yealvr advantage than In uer previous
Misses Andrews. Dean nnd nrown
ell wero very clever and added very
materially to tho evening's entertain
ment. Mr. Nelll was undoubtedly nt
his best nnd It was regretted that his
part was not a more lengthy one. Mr.
Morris played his part In a very clover
miiuncr, nnd Messrs. llurton nnd
Iltonmquest wero much at ease nnd
game socio very original nnd clovor
Impersonations In tho respective roles
assigned to them.
TO BE COMPLIED WITH
BY QUEEN'S HOSPITAL
Answer of Board of Health to In
quiry Prom Trustees Allows
Them Discretion of
Follow Ig Is the corrcspoudenco rela
tive to Queen's Hospital aid which
came before the Hoard of Health on
"Honolulu, Oct. 30. 1301. Secretary
Hoard of Health, City.
"Dear Sir: The Queen's Hospital
for somo tlmo has not received any
moneys from the Hoard ot Health, as
h.is formerly been the case.
"Appropriations wcro Inndc for the
assistance of the various hospitals, and
wo have not had a statement us to the
reason for nonpayment nf theio ap
propriations. We understand, how
ever, that It Is necessary that certain
conditions be complied with before
such payments lire made, and I would
thercfuie request that you state to us
what these conditions and require
ments are. Yours truly,
"Hy Henry Wnterhouse, treasurer."
The draft of reply to the foregoing,
to be sent by Dr. Prutt, the executive
officer, ns adopted by the Hoard con
tains the following statements:
"1. Tho Queen's Hospital Is entitled
to the appropriation mado for Its as
sistance on tho grounds stated In the
opinion of the Attorney Oencral un
der date of August 1, 1901.
"2. Ily filing monthly reports mado
nut on blanks furnished by tho Hoard
of Health, the hospital Is under such
supervision us tho Hoard usually as
sumes In such cases,
".1. Tho regulation of the affairs of
the hospital Is undoubtedly In tho dls
ctetlon of tho trustees subject, how
ever, to tho requirements stated and
referred to In paragraphs 1 nnd 2..
Our understanding of tho requirement
referred to In paragraph 1 extends no
further than that the trustees apply
tho same lu their Judgment and ns cir
cumstances may prescribe, so that tin
objects of thu hospital, as a charltablo
Institution, may be carried out to bcsl
".May It. plea no your honor, I would
llko to stato for tho benefit of tho
Stnto that tho defendant on ono occa
sion tried to forgo my name to a
check, but "
S.S.ALAMEDA, Dec. 4, and
8. 8. SONOMA, Dec. 10.
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Kalihi Extension Partly
I nnnnnJ Vacf orri 11
JUGIIGU I GOIGI UUjr.
! DIRECTORS AND OIHERS
MAKE THE L-XCUKSION
Populace of Palama Welcome Rapid
Transit Passenger Traffic
Begins to Kamchameba
Palama was agog with pleased ex
citement yesterday. lne first electric
car ran through that cosmopolitan and
populous suburb between 4 and 5
o'clock In the uftcrnoon. As It moved
along King stiect tho throngs ot all
ages, sexes and conditions, compris
ing a numerous variety ot races and
racial strains, assembled on tho road
side and peering from doors, windows
nnd veramlis, reminded one of the de
scription In n Into magazine of an au
tomobile race between farts nnd Her
lln. Swarms of tho small boys In all
colors, natural and acquired, ran a
race with tho lightning driven vehicle.
It wns not n hard raro: at least for
short sprints, as tbo presence of bal
lasting fragments on tho rails dictat
ed easy speed.
car ISO. Is, in charge or Motorman
P. I). Day and Conductor William
Ferry, left the power house on Alapal
street a few minutes nfter 1 o'clock
with thu following persons nbnard di
rectors and officers of tho company,
newspapermen nnd others: Managr
C. Q. Hallcntync. Secretary J. II,
i-isner, Trensurer I,. Tenney recti, J.
A. McCandless, I.orrln A. Thurston,
A. A. Young. C. Hedemann, J. A.
Kennedy, I.. L. McCandless, Frank
lliistnce, (lenrgo P. Castle. Ocorgo II.
Paris. II. L. Kerr, Otto Winkler, H.
C. V. Turner, Judge Kdlngs, John Lu
cas, F. S. Dodge, J. A. Gllmnn. Colo
PCl J. II. Sopor, P. M. Pond, C. II.
Athcrton, W. Oeorgo ABhlcy. K. (lod.
frcy, A. W. Pearson, representing tho
Advertiser; Daniel Logan, represent
ing the nulletln, and William Sabln.
representing tho Republican.
Following a regular car on the routo
in wylllc street, Nuuanu, until" tho .
turn In'o l.lllha -ireo!, thn Inaugural
Kallhl-bound special vru fncro
switched straight ahead In'o tho ex
tension of tbo King street linn
Everything worked well, thn only
friction being that nlroidy mentioned,
which will bo ended with i-o rolling
down of thn permanent wav. Tho out
ward excursion ended about opposlto
Kamehamchn School gato, tho trolley
wlro being strung onlv to thnt point
nit hough rails nro laid farther. A
short stay was rondo at this tempor
ary terminus, permitting tho dlroctors
to Inspect tho progressing work under
On tho return tho excursion car was
stopped nt Llllha s'rect Junction, tno
trolley reversed nnd regular Unfile bo
gun on tho extension. At tho slnrt
Inward Manager Hallontyno Jokingly
told tho conductor ho might accept
nickels from anvono who chose to con
trlbuo to dividends. Frank Godfrey
quickly tendered tho conductor three
fares for two newspapermen besides
himself, thus scoring tbo oisMnctlon
of paying tho first faro on tho Palama
electric lino. Tho excursionists took
tho regular car from Wylllo street.
paving passengers receiving transfer
Tho total lengtn of tho Kallhl Una
will bo 9100 feet. When work was
stopped last evening tho trenching for
tho track was romplo'cd to a point
80D0 feet from tho Llllha street con
nection. Of this distance tno track
has been laid nnd tho nils spiked
down for n dlstnnro of C700 foot, and
tho rock filled trenches nro only
nwnltlng tho flml tnuencs to bo In per
fect shspo over C200 feet of tho lino.
Yostordsy was Just threo weeks slnre
tbo work of tho construction of tha'
llnd was begun.
Design your own ledeors. rash
honks, etc. If von nro undecided, we
will hotn vnu. Thnt Is In our .tno and
tbo pnirR ib RIOHT. at tho EVEN
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