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MORE "WANT ADS" IN THE EVENING BULLETIN
MEN OF THOUGHT
agree that advertising pay,'
and thnt advertising in cvo
nlng papers pays Iicst of all.
Think and ,aot upon your
From B.R U. S. T.
Meade Now hero
For S. '. Nippon Maru
From S. ('. Alameda...
THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
Vol. XI. No 2003.
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THE WEN ISLE
Japanese Found Dead
t In River At
WAS OUT FISHING AND
FOlhD DEEP MUD HOLE
Something of Wealther on Kauai Ex
treme Calm After Heavy
Mime. Kauai, Nov. 2J. Tin- weather
Jicro during the past week had been ex
tremely calm. An abatement of the
weather of the previous week, when an
inucli'damngo was doni was apparent
nn Sunday. On Monday, there were
promises of good conditions and on
Tuesday, tho promise was fulfilled. On
Wednesday morning, when the W. O.
Hall arrived In Nawlllwlll, tho wenth
ir was so good that tho boats that haul
nlongsldo tho wharf to land passengers
and freight rolled hardly a foot to
On Thursday, tho old kamaalnns of
I.lhuo and the surrounding territory
began talking about one of thoso "ke-
wals" that come often from the moun
tains. They really coulil not under
stand tho unnatural calm after tho
storm. However, tho sun came out in
fine style, thn northeast trades began
to blow and all appearance of tho "ke
wal" that wets disappeared. However,
a number of Llhcu hunters who were
far up In tho valleys above the Iron
hildgo on tho Koloa road, got the tail
end of n heavy rnln storm and TOturntd
with dripping clothes.
The new'plant of the I.lhiin lie
Works has at last arrived In Its ctv
tlnty. For sovcral weeks past, pieces
hnvo been coming up In tho steamers
and tho stockholders began to despair
of ever getting the whole thing on Ka
uai. However, tno W. fl. Hall brought
the last Installment Wednesday and
now Engineer Richardson of Orlmwood
& Hlchartjson, Is busy with a gang of
men, getting the tanks together.
The new plant will give over twice
ns much Ice as tho old one that was
removed somo time ago In order that
a big new shed and other buildings
might be expected. The capacity will
ho thrcn tons In twenty-four hours.
This will keup tho whola of the Garden
Ielc from Mana to Hanalcl, well HUP'
piled with ice. For soural weeks
past, tho I.lhuc Ice Works has been
getting Ice from Honolulu to supply It3
On Friday morning last, tho body of
a Japancso was found in front of the
new beach house of Sheriff Coney at
Niumalu which Is but a short distance
away from the river. Tho fellow was
one of tho employes of the Japanese
rice plantations In Niumalu.
It appears that tho Japanese went
out on Thursday night with n throw
nrt to flh In tho river. Just at the
place mentioned Is a deep nolo where
mud has collocted to a great depth.
Teh Japancso, In walking nbout In the
moonlight, looking for fish, must have
recalculated his distance from shore
or been Irgorant of the existence of tho
hole. At any rate, when ho was found
early tho next morning by somo Chl
ncco fishermen from above tho tide
Ind gone out and the Body was fast In
tho mud. Only tho head was visible
ahovo tho water. There la no doubt
whatever that tho Japanese could not
The police were notified of the find
ing of tho body and an Investigation
was held. There being no suspicious
rhcumstnnces whatever, no coroner's
Inquest was held. The body was re
moved to the houso and tho funeral
w is held In thn afternoon.
Tt Is said that Mr. Wlshard seems to
ho the favorite for tho position of
During tho dull tlmcn of the
past eight months
havo been sold nt
The flrleo paid for these
110 lots W8H
Some of these lots havo
been resold nt nn ndvanco
of fioin 25 to CO per cent.
No buyeis nt College Hills
nro oi.cring their lots at tho
orlglnnl price, becauso Rap
Id Transit has mado them
Intrinsically worth nt least
u 25 per cent ndvanco.
Geo. 6. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lantdale.
hookeeper at I.lhuo plantation.
Speaking of I.lhuo plantation, it might
Le stated that the mill would prob
ably he at work now had It not been
for the recent heavy rains which ha
retarded tho ripening of the cane In
the fields from which a crop Is ex
pected. A few days now will see the
mill in full operation.
There was to have been a dance by
t lie )onng people of t.fhuc on Wednes
day night of next week but music can
not be obtnlned so the event will hnvo
to be vailed off. " There Is a lot of
talent In I.lhuc If someone would only
gather the forces together. A brass
band or a full fledged orchestra coiill
easily he formed. A new musician
has recently made his appearance lu
Kaunl In the person of Mr, Allen who
Is keeping the books of C. W. Spitz at
his store In Nawlllwlll. Mr. Atlnu
plas the, flute, piccolo and piano and Is
well tip on nil the latest music.
Already, the people of I.lhuc are be-
flnnlng to talk minstrel show again.
The flmt one was such a success that
there Is 'a great, demand for more of
the same kind. Tho Wnlniea people
tried to get the show to take n trip to
their place but the bojs thought this
tso ii'iirh of an undertaking and so
called the deal off. It Is not probable
that tbcro HI! bo another show until
next year some time.
A good deal of Interest Is being Ink
C'i In the horse races set for No
Year's Day. It stems that there me
Quito u number nf dark horses now In
t-.ilnlr.: by various men nil over the
Islam! K) that the. strife at Kealla on
the eur.t of tho birth of the new yei.r
will ho a spirited ouo. The Itlce sU
bhs will put In a number of horses.
Dlgby Sloggetl, formeily of Honolu
lu and now a hum of I.lhuo plantation,
cays that he wouldn't go back to
Honolulu men if he bad the best
chanto In the world. He likes getting
up nt fi o'clock in the morning and
startling the neighborhood from much
needed morning slumbers by his de p
bass voire, calling: "Here pake, .In-
p.inee, w'lklwlki pi null, no bleep too
long, t nine get 11 move on joit, dounci
etter." Sloggctt Vis become unite a
German scholar nnd he Is ulso getting
Onto some of the Hawaiian twills In
Someone pl.inl a Joke on the I.lhuo
plantation store people the other day,
A consignment of line chiese bad Just
arrived by tho Hall and the fact wns
advertising no tho blntkbnard outside
the store. Included In the list was thu
woid "IMnm." Tho latter "1"' wns
rubbed out and n dush was put after
the word. A little later on, a preach
er of the district happened along with
a filend. The friend was shocked for
tho preacher that such depravity
should exist In the district but the
preacher simply took his breath away
by Indulging In a hearty laugh.
The-io will ly special Thanksgiving
set vices in the I.lhuo ihurch on
Thanksgiving Day. Tho sen-Ices will
be led by Row .1, M. I.ldgntc. A special
choir has been arranged for anil a
number of ichcnrsnls have already
been held In order that the music may
be of the best. There was no sen let
at the little (Impel Sunday as .Mr. I. Id
gate had to go til Koloa.
Hunting In the i.lhuc district this
year Is especially llne although thu
long glass and the growth of the "hlU
lilla" (hctisltlvo plant) all over the
place, makes It very illtllcult for him
tcrs to get about after the bhds. Somo
very good bags are reported, particu
larly by thohe who have hunted In the
fields along the Koloa road about a
mile or so out of Mhue. The pheasant
art) veiy fat and. on nccdunt of tho
protection that the blids have been
given for jenrs, they are thick. No one
shooting on any of tho Wilcox lands
U allowed to shoot a hen pheasant and
It Is very lardy that nnjoin; at all Is
allowed em tho lands.
Ducks aro very senrco this year. 1 he
reason Is not known. Quail aro uls
rather scarce about tho fields this year.
It Is probable that they have retreated
farther maiihit. Plover nre plentiful
In certain places hut they are scatlciej
and It la seldom that u hunter can get
a shot Into u big flock.
Tho llullctln Is very much read on
Kauai. In fact. It Is tne paper that
U first looked for when tho steamers
anlvo at vuilous places of tho island.
A citizen of I.lhuo hit the nail on tho
head when he said: "The llullctln
contains tho news and It Is not stiung
out to that one has to take a pitchfmli
to git at the glit of things."
CONCERT FOR WAILUKU
Walliiku, Nov. 2.!. The Iloston Con
cert Company will open its first per
formance In the Wnlluku schoolhousa
Saturday, tlio 20th Inst. While tho ac
commodations nt tho 8choolhouse for
this high class concert nre not what
It ought tu bo, yet It's tho best place
piocurablc. Goad houses are assuied
fur the company.
CIRCUS ON MAUI.
Wnlluhg, Nov, 23. llermird'H clr
iiis diew big nudlenrcs at I.ahalnn
thico nights I lie first pmt of thin week.
C,n Wednesday, they came over to try
t).ctr' luclf In Wallulcu. Tho first per
foinianto vv.ib on last Thursday night
and tho tent was packed. Ilernard
will take up his tent to Pnla next week.
THU SHARK HUNT.
Tho shark fishing expedition yester
day wag a great success all but tho
sharks, Tbcro wns a woeful lack ol
tho maneuters. Threo boats, the
flhidys, Mary L. and Vl-Ko wcro the
only yachts taking part. Tho game
nf football Saturday Interfered ma
terially with tho other boats going,
Tho great ship Roanoke, whlih for
several months has been bothering tho
shipping nnd Insurance world arrived tlngutshern and .lid a gieat deal to forced Hi wa.er aargeci with maroiv
leaking at this fort today after a voy- keep tho flro un Icr control. tluse. Determined ti near up lor lin
age of KB dajs from Norfolk. Virginia, Tho tire was flrst discovered by the noituu. s.rong uaues uortn noriiieasi
with her'eargei of coal on lire flrst offlter of the vessel, who, In and snarp sea. Hot lire tinner control
the U'cscl left Norfolk. Virgin- hunting for It, nearly lost ills life from by flooding lower lie.a to n depth 01
la. In June, for San Francisco, Inhaling tho gait from the burnlug lour and a licit lect. l'limpcil oui
In rompany with the ship llenjamln onl. He bad to crawl over the cargo pieces ol burnt Bolt wood. Water
F. Packard, which vessel nrrh cd hero In tho lower hold on his slnmnch, and pumped lu nt soventytwo degrees
nfter n long trip. Several weeks after at limes had to dig his way through soon rose to ninety-lour tlegrecs.
snlllliM the ltoouyhg was H'riotled i to make; headway. Finally the' November lbiii, smoke nnd gas
aflio In tho Atlantic by a passing ves- flro wns discovered on tho starboard again nbout stunt hlons, snnui seetiou
sel, and It was thought at that tlnio sldo about amldshjp. It wns haul to ut ship. I'sed water ngaln with nmr
that sbo hnd foundered. Later sue Ei t ut. sc a liola'wim rut through thn bio dust. Cooled olt nuer .jout six
was again reported by another vessel
anil so the anxiety for her Hnfet) wns
over for awhile. Ah tlnio wont ou and
no moro signs were seen of tho vemel
her consignees nnd owITerH began to
grow anxious again, and then iclnsur
mice wus sold cm Her, and by this tune
is cpilto high.
From her port of departure the Ilea
liokn hnd a long voyage to the Horn.
She met with light nnd tmtTIIng nlrs
mid I'tossrd tho emmtor in the Allan
tie, foity-nlnu dajs nfter sailing. Tho
vosel was off Capo Horn a little over
u month after emsslng the line nnd
oxpoi lent oil at first variable winds nnd
then very heavy westerly wiles and
very high cruxs-sens. She,1 labored
hnrd, straining very much, nnd on
September -Otli stnrted to leak. The
now weio kept nt tho pumps nt Inter'
vuls and ut times the water lose to
six feet lu the hold. With tho aid
of a windmill rigged up tun! by work
on the ship's pumps she wns kept
ii'iiHoiinhly free or wnter.
Tho bad weather iiuitliiued, but at
the lime Hie ship was thought to ho rlnhlc winds to .VI S. SO W. The nee
lu no danger. Ou November tilth fire Ivory heavy westerly galos and very
wns disc ovc red in the lower bold, audi high ciosst.cn Ship laboring hard
then tho eaptalii and crew had two and Mrnitiiug ory much. September
dangers In fnee and fight Ah It Imp- 2eth she started to leak. Strong gales
p nod, however, the fuc.l that the ve. west Miitthwoxt to wost nurthwest to
sel wns leaking Helped tho eruw lo
fight tho llro tie en In her bold, nnd so
me wnter wnuii she iiuiilo wits Kept
at fifty till lies to tiiench the flro while.
tlio lioso was iwecl from above. Captain
Aniesbury had provided himself wllh
n lot of' marble oust before starting,
on his ttlp, mid this, mixed with water, j
FIVE ASSOCIATIONS IN
NORTH lill.O CHARTERED
Three More Licenses for Light Wine
and Beer Saloons and Fourth
Roscrved For Inves
tigation. I'clltlnns nf land settlement associa
tions at North Illlo for grants of land
wcie submitted by Commissioner K. S.
Ilojd to the (loveinor's council tlili
morning and approved, the respectivs
parties being as follows:
D. K. Maniihoa-iiud others.
Ahull nnd others.
Kekoa and others.
l:. K, Simmons mid others.
Jumes M.Utomi mid others.
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leeniniuendcd to bo grained to the Jul-
lowing applicants: M. Vamaz.ikl,
Wiumiac; u. no tia, rearl eit; j, v.
Asch, Walmen, Knual,
An application from A. Ilompkn for
tho license hitherto held bv Schlemniir
.n .iiuiueaiiuii iiiiiii .. iiuiiuihi! ior
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lie vviuiue.1, rvuiiici, ior iigoi wiuu unci
beer wiu referred back to the Hlg'i
fihcrlff to ascertain it thn saloon were
six hundred feet from u church.
"Denver" IM Smith, who held the
heavyweight championship of Aniei lea
for three years unci who whipped
Mitchell when ho came over from Kn-
gland to do up the Yankee, urrlvpd In
the city by the Moana and Is to remain
heie for some little time. Ho Is Just
down from Alaska wheru ho bus been
on business. Smith called at the nollce
slnllnii this ftircminn imvn some of his1
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hlstoiy and was at once welcomed with
opt n arms, ror theic Is nothing that
the polite so much udmlru us n man
who can uso his lists tho wuy Smith
has done In the past aud Is still nblo to
do no'v, although oiitclnsted by the
flghtcre of recent date. Among Hie
famous blittleg that Smith has fought
hn thn Mainland was tho ono In which
ho whipped Joo Goldnrd. During
Smith's stay In thn city ho will prob
ably have n few filcndly bouts with
the men here who handle the gloves.
Pit) PnnHcnfiT Rccitm!.
The Ranld Tran3lt Co. made tho
Irnninnilnne prtrnr.1 tit intsvlnir nlnvnn '
thousand five hundred (11,500) passcu
License Inspector Ilatchclor starts
out to morrow for a trip- around the
Island of Oahu on business for tho
PUT INTO PORT
was used with very good effect on tho
flr" Jn "", lva " .worl,'i ou "10
iminii-woll nbrenst of tno llro nnd Wn-
tor loreocl Into It. The water wan
iiuuun'd Into the hold nt a teiupi'ratiiru
of seventy-two degrees and when It
was pumped out ngalu It hud risen tu
It wns decided to make for Honolulu
nnd tho boats were got ready and ov
C'lvthhig Died for bavlug tho ship nt
a moment's notice. That the vovscl Is
lu 11 von- precarious condition Is
known, ns In pumping out thu wnter
from tho hold ehnrrocl pieces or wood
citmii up, which aro tnutiglit to be
plot ok of the timbers,
Captain Aniesbury makes thn fol
lowing report of thn trip of tho ship:
Left Norfolk, June Kith. Light cast
orly to southerly winds to 2H N. fll W.
lu place of northeast trades, had con
slant eat to oast southeast winds to
10 N. a2-V Tlieneo calms nnd varl
able airs to 7 N. .1J.-W. Then south
west monsoon Crossed equator In
tho Atlantic August 2d, Longitude 2h
i. Snw tlm land near rcrmimhuco.
Capo Horn. September 13th. Va
.17 S "s W. Sighted Junn IVrnandc'7.
rossocl tho immtor la I'aelfle on No
vemlier Ut. I.oufcltudo 10'j W,
November 12th. latitude Ifi N. lon
gltuclo 121 v. flro broke nut In lower
hold. Tho i hlef officer crawled In
from fore hatch and located flro on
starboard side near amidships In low-
IS HI ON MliI
Tho transport Miad, from Kan.
Kr.iucisco, arrived oft tho harbor last
veiling mid mieborcd. Shu Ictl thu
Coast on the Uth at daybreak, hut
leit tno wnnn at uoon on ..ie liitn, n
ew mlniiteh niter tlio departure 'of
ho Hoiigknns Maru. She has several
nasMUigeis fur this nort. iimou thorn
I the new quartermaster, Cnplaln Wll
llliiiiiH, who eouies to relievo Major
Kciiiiiiuou, tir tne through passengers
lot Mnnllu nro several school teachers
and the families of olllceis now lu ser
vice, then1. The .Meade bi ought about
twenty tons of stores for this port and
will coal hero, leaving for the south
ou Thursday or Friday.
KAUAI ROAD HD.
I he government roads on Knual are
nut In very good condition now after
the heavy rains of a week or so ago hut
tho road gangs are doing all In their
power to render them passable. The
road board has lust enoiiuh moncv to
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enough money to repair the damages
that will surely tako place when the
winter rains tiegiu in all in earnest,
As on all the other 'lauds the Kuual
peopl are crying out fur n special ses-
iieuui art) cryiiiK nut ior it siieciai sc-s-
shin of the Lenlslatura tonrovldo fiiiitU
, ., , . ... ,
tor ino pK'l'erc.irrying one in me worK
of the government.
On Saturday last, a party of real
estate men and others, making abaut
a dozen . nil. went on a tour of !n-
tiirttlon or tho lauds of tlio lllshop
lh tale nt I'uirl Harbor conilemneil by
tho United .States Government, tor tlio
I nrpose of flxlug a proper valuation on
" '' '"'J PfV won' '''v. Ih-i
'": ' morning train, had lunch
at ..n of the camps of tho Ifonalu
'' I'lantatlon Co., and returned ta the
r"y ' a wagonette.
11 Hntir..!,! x. rn 1. II, nU iir.
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neys, Wise & Nlckciis, havo filed a
petition In the Supremo Court for a
writ ot oiror In Its caeo against the
Hllo Railroad Co., Ltd., Smith ct Carey
anil Herman Hldarts for furcclnsmei
on mechanic's lien. TJic ensa was do-
elded .onin tlmo ogo by the Circuit
Court lu favor of tho Hllo Railroad Co.
llie Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part ot tho city for luc up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621,
Packages shipped 'o
all parts of tho United
States and Ruropo.
Olflco, 1047 Ilothel SL,
opposite Honolulu Market
cr hold, tt was hard to get at and tho
tuniu was near oveiioaio vvitn gds. ltu
hours. Kent, saw flit) Inches of wn
tir In thu nuld all the lime. Icrcing in
and pumping out. Y ire seems to be
111 section amidships, sny, lorty ti
lllty lect. all In lower hold. Coal not
so ery hot ou top, but by digging
down heat Increnses. Hiiro boats all
ready lor use in ense ut need, but lu
hopu to reach Honolulu.
November HUd, latitude 20 deg. 1(1
mtn. N.. longitude iGl deg. SO niln. W.
situation about tho same. Keep water
going In unit out all the time. Coal
don't seem to bo heating much inure,
but don't el.tro to pump out dry. and
keep nbout fifty Inches of wuler lu tlw
hold all the time.
Captain Aniesbury Is loud In his
pinlscs of tho conduct of Klrst Olllcei
.Moxou of the Roanoke, who ut the risk
of his life went lu snauh of tho lire
nnu did everything In his power to
help quench It. Ilntn men were com
pllmented by their friends In port ou
airlval over the suttessful woik done
In saving tho vessel and cnigo. Whii'
notion will be tnkon In regurd to the
discharging of the vost-el hero will be
decided tbla afternoon at a meeting en
the iiuderwilters. lor whom n survey
will bo made. It Is thought Unit the
Iloiiuuke is badly damaged nnd will
have to be Isihiugod to allow of u
enrorni surviy being made of her eou
Captain Aineshury li'.bi-other ol'
Captain Dad Amisbuiy of the ship
S. I). Cnrlelnii, socn to nrrlvu hure
Tho -Itoanoltn Is the largest wooden
sailing vestol In the world nnd has
been berej several times before.
Ill if QUY
ALLEGED COTTLE WIELDER
OBTAINS HIS LIBERTY
Thomas Kane PIfaih filliltv nf Au.
. 3 nue rltiU" uu"v 0I "
sault With Weapon-Late Mar
shal Ray's Estate
Grant Carpenter was found not gull
ty or assault with a weapon bcioio
Judge Humphreys th.s morning, thn
louowing jury huving tried tho case:
John M. Davis. II. C. Illckerlon. John
A NTdlilrt lltixr I Ii Inrratn. II..1... a
nter, Charles h. LnUo. bcorgo k!
Kalu, John I.. Hnnsiniinu. Joseph
Rlehard, Hermann i.cvy, Alexander
O, Nicholas and William Hcrrlck.
Ucputy Attorney General J. W. Calh-
W.1 ior ,h" PlciHeeutluu; .1. T. Do
'""t for delendant. Carpenter wns In
'.,u"-" ",r '"iieriiig one vvniMin uu
,110 nml wm, n )0.,ie
it was niter 12 o clock when the von
diet was returned, but the Jurors were
oiuuieu to appear nt 1 o clock.
Judge Hlimnhrnvs has ntinnlntod
Ihlui'lln It. Ilnmlrv na n.,,iltilatni..-
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?! 10 m. ." "' A: "nJr. lllH Predecessor
in tno omco i
Illco of tJllltud Slates Marshal
The nppolntto has filed n bond In
Jliiru with Cecil llriiw-n as surety. The
estate within this Territory Is vnlticd
i aimui mi.
.' 'crl,a1l" ,,?',K,e" lmH lK,p" nl'I)n.i"t
J? C "h" "o.' SdS'tSo'u 1
Thomas Kane, Indicted for iissnult
with n weanon bv Ihruatnnlnir Jnlm
IJ. Lnjlng with a loaded revolver,
changed his plea lo one of guilty anil
ii011",",'"'i"l,,t','l l,,a mni?n,:0 ""
' .i-VKomai,, Surar Ctiminnv ease
ft h" I. orit ed "toTssuo to
Charles H, Naylor cf San Iranclsto
fr tubing tho testimony of Maitln
Tho motion for Mlmonv In tho dl
voico taso of Melo N. Manuel vs. Pe
ter Manuel has been dismissed.
Tho big football game ou Thursday
(Thanksgiving) wll! undoubtedly bo
attended by two or threo thousand
people ns all business will bo suspend-1
cd on that day. The I'unahoii Athletic; '
Club will meet the Honolulu Athlctli!
Club ou tho fluid at O.ilm College mid
thi liarcU"t hl "' ,t,,, sea6on ;vl b0
In tho team and It may bo b'.ihl, If It
Is any consolation ta tho Punahou
tram, that tho Houoltilus havo" made
changes that will glvo them a far bet
ter team than he. one they put In the
field two weeks ngo to buck up ngalnit
tho Malle-lllmas. It will bo remem
bered that at that time, neither teim
scored and also that when tho Puna-
hous bucked up against tho Mattes last
Saturday, the result was the same.
It is possible that Deputy Sheriff
Cnlltlngworth will play one of thn
tackles for the Honoluhis but ho may ,
lie prevented rrom so dolngy the fact
that ho was quite badly Injured In n
prnctlco game several days since
James Thompson; tho man who lias al
if ncly made n good record ns a foot
ball player during past seasons, will
play quarter and I'at Olcnson, who
played that position In the game twu
weeks ago, will play one of the halves.
Antono I-iwrcnco will be unable u
play on nceount of Injuries recently re
ceived. The I'nnahous will play about
the same team as they put on the field
In last Saturday's game.
The band will be out and ample ac
commodations will be mado for the
thousands expected to bo present at
the game. An extra largo Bqunil o!
mounted mid foot police will he out to
sec that there Is no trouble of any
kind. Altogether, Honolulu will have
a chance to sec one of tho finest games
of the season nnd, coming ns It will on
Thanksgiving Day, there will be on
added zest ...
Walluku. Nov. J1. The toidles
Guild of Walluku gave a fancy bazaar
it the Alexander Hall last Saturda)
evening. The fnncy articles prepared
by the ladles were very handsome
and some brought very high prices.
It was declared to have been ono ot
the llnest small bazaars yet given on
.Maul, and grout credit Is duo In the
ladli s of the Guild tor their efforts
n this direction. About $300 was
The following Is the list of ladli t
who took pint and their respective
Candy nnd riowor Ilooth Miss C.
Norlhon, Mrs. Ogg.
llefieshmeiit Room Mrs. Unbelt
sou, Mrs. Weddlck. Mrs'. Hansen, Mrs.
HaKc'iibamp. Mrs! WlieeJIor.'
Grab Hug Miss Huntington.
I'niiej Work -anil I'l.tln Sewing
Mra. McKay, Miss Culbeit.
Turkish Ilooth Mrs. Taylor, Mrsj
Saleswomen ill Costume; Miss Clara
'.owrie, .miss .Nancy Ciimmlngs.
fllpsy Ilooth Miss Molly Cum
nilngs. Miss M. King. Miss Lizzie
Roger. a t
Tho Indies of tho Guild met Inst
Thursday and decided to set apart
tho $500 as n nucleus for n church
building fund. It Is the wish of thu
ladles to continue the- work and give
baznats from tlnio in How. until tlm
hnvo a sufficient sum of money on
hand to erect a new Anglican chore h
In Wnlluku. The move Is n good ono
nnd no doubt will iccolvo tho nsslst.
aneo of all good citizens In nnd
around Wnlluku. Tho I'.ila foils gave
a bazaar at Tala last night. It wns
wen aiit'iiueii. The proceeds will go
towards defraIng tho expenseH ol
keeping In repair the I'ala Torelgn
Government Chemist Shorey was
se.u Mils forenoon with reference to
his experiments with the polneinna
regla tree bean which c.-rfised the death
of a boy it fortnight or so ngo. He
replied (hat he hnd not jet finished his
Investigations hut that ho had gone
far enough to find that there Was some
polkon In the bean, nn alkaloid of some
kind. What quantities It would take
to produce death would bo n matter
for futuro study. Dr. Shorey furtbu
stated that since tho death of tho boy
mil inn eating or tno beans, he had
..-....... .., , ,,. c,luren cni -
Ing tho brans but had stopped them In
time to present any Bcrlous results.
wuui tnero is or a palatable naltiri
about the beans Dr. Shorty says ha
finds difficult to understand. Previous
to mnklng his experiments, ho tasted
very small part of n bean.
S. S. SONOMA, Dec. 10.
Last express slctmcrs to coast before
Ship your packages by
WELLS, FARfift & CO. EXPRESS
With Union Express Co.,
iu ixing St.
heard from various .m ... " !.or ," wo" "raetlvo of tho dollies,
bad ZTSl!0"?!. t..th.7,T.' ""'' " "ooth will bo In
V. n. "4. KW
Wo nn ii. ioi received a now lot of
these excc'.cnt goods, and wo can
tiiUhfulty stnto to our customers that
they nro better than ovor Anyono
who has worn a pair of theso Shocn
knows what that means.
To tbciso who hnvo not found a
Shoo that gives them satisfactory
wear wo would suggest that Ihey try
n pair of ithcao. '
NCAT FITTING, STYLISH AND THE
PRICE IS RIGHT.
And You Can Get Them Only at the
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
c57 OUT STRBRT,
Condemnation Suits Are
Now Being Tried
BISHOP ESTATE CONTEST
THE FIRST TO COME UP
Searching Examination of Jurors
Away of Attorneys in Court
Portuguese Subject 'Hat- '
rho lltst of the I'enrl Harbor land
condemnation suits camo up for
.rial by Jury In the United States Dis
trict Court before Judge Kstco this
morning. It Is that of United State
against Trustees ut the Estate of iler
nlci'' I'aunhl lllshop, deceased. Action
District Attorney J. J. Dunne repre
Kills tho government. W. A. Kinney
ind Henry Holmes appeal1 for tho re
ipondeiit. former Juitgo A. W. Carter,
one of the lllshop Trustees, together
with former Justice Whiting, former
Judge Silllman and H.'A. Mott-Smlth,
are watching the proceedings, those
jther than the first-named being Inter
ested lu other condemnation suits ot
he same scries. I', 8, Dodge, surveyor
for tho lllshop Kslntc, and Captain
I'ond, I' S. N., nre In attendance.
As Is well Known, the government
requires the land for naval station pur
poses. In tlio examination of Jurors,
'hey me questioned as to whether they
own 'stock In any of the corporations
that me contesting the valuations put
on thnlr lands by the (unernment.
)jndRei lteo made an order tbll
nornlng. discharging C. T. Aman.t of
I'anullo, Island of Hawaii, from bank-
Manuel Tragozn de Mcllo, a subject
of Portugal, wns made n citizen of thn
MAUI SAILORS HURT.
The steamer Maul arrived from Ha
wall this morning with a largo cargo
of sugar. During her trip bIio eucoun
teie'd a great deal of rough weather,
and for live days wbb compelled to
stop work. In tho time she has been
nwny several htrldonts'to he- crow
nre noted. Two Jnpancso wero hurt
but not seriously, aud l'oal, a native
sailor, hud his arm tirokeu.
DOG TACKLED SALT.
A snvnge dog attacked ono of tho
sailors of the bark Santiago last even
ing ns he was on his way to his ship.
The man was pretty badly hurt and a
hunt will bo mudo for tho vlclou
brute which attacked hlra.
PRBTTY FRENCH DOLLS.
At the coming luau and fair at tho
drill shed there will he exhibited the
prettiest little French dolls In this
city. They talk, walk and dance and
covribody Is Invited to ston and vou
:ciiaigo oi .Mrs. John Walker and Mrs.
Mary Gunn. The fete takes nine,. ,,n
The new sldewnik In front or tho
Hacbfeld building Is now open as a
thoroughfare, u 8 a great Improve
ment over the muddy rond which pe
destrians hnvo been compelled to use
In nil kl.Is of weather fur a long
WAIALUA ASHORE AGAIN.
"""- TlnX K.
wns imueii on niter a Hard tussle by
hnr rrnw Tim !..... ln ..... ..
The boat is not damaged.
S3.00 TO $4.50