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the goods "an advertised."
THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
Vol. XI. No. 2009.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY (KF HAWAII, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 3 1901
Price 5 Oentb.
From S. P.
Doric Dec 10
Sierra Dec. It
For S. P.
Alameda . ....'. ..Dec. 4
Coptic Dec 10
Sonoma Dec. 10
TURNED DOWN BY COMPANY
Big Steamers Will Continue to Make
the Around the Horn
The reports of negotiations pending
between tho Panama llallroa-1 nml tne
American-Hawaiian Steamship, Com
pany, looking to tho shipment of
Height over tho Isthmus, havo been
beard from again and tho proposition
which waB made to tho steamship peo
ple by the railroad has occn turned
C. P. Morse, general freight agent
for the lino here, said this morning
that word had been received from tuo
head office that the negotiations were
all on the part of ino railroad and
that a proposition had been made tn
the steamship company which the lat
ter had not soen Its way clear to ac
cept. Upon duo consideration given
thu matter tho present way of sending
the vessels around .10 Horn was con
sidered to bo tho best and unless some
thing very unforscen turns up the big
ships will continue to maku the long
In speaking of the local service
which Is to bo Inaugurated by tho com
miuy between San Francisco. Houo
lulu and Kahului, ..Ir. Morse says that
considerable delay has bepn export
enced In tho construction of the two
new vessels which were expected to
be ready for service on the first of tn
now year. To live up to its promlsos
and obvinto tho delay made necessary
by tho failure of the shlp-bullders to
get tho steamers out In time, the big
American steamer ityades nas been
chartered and will boglu loading for
this port and Kahului in San Fran
cisco on January 2d. Sue will carry
about SOOO tons tot trelght and will get
a full load of sugar here and at Kahu
lui in return. The Hyades was under
charter beforo by the American-Hawaiian
Company and made a trip from
New York to 8an Francisco. Since
then she has been In tho coal trade be
tween the Sound and San Francisco.
Under tho charter sho may be used
by tho company for nine months.
The new steamers for the company
are the Nevadan and Ncbrakan. 'ihey
.are both of five thousand tons carry
ing capacity and should have been
ready by now for service. Tho great
strike, however, delayed them a good
deal, and so they cannot bo got out In
time, to go on the run. The builders
of tho now boats are the Now York
Shipbuilding Company of New Jersey,
nnd in the yards of tlfo firm the Tex
an, a 12,000-ton vessel for tho name
company Is being constructed. Sho
will i)o ready next year.
KICK AGAINST HOODLUMS.
Editor Uullctin: There nio a lot of
hoodlums who hang aroun 1 thu Boys
Brigade Trades School, corner of
King and Bcretanla streets, during the
evenings, who nro last becoming a
very great nulsanco to tho oennle of
tho locality. They congrcgato on tho
front veranda and shout, whlstlo and
beat an old drum for three or four
hours at a stretch. Pcoplo passing by
no thu sldowalk under the veranda
sometimes get a cud of tobacco or a
cigar stump on their heads. The bus
iness men of tho vicinity aro thorough
1 disgusted with tho way these buys
carry on, and 1 would ask that yn-i
1 all tho attention of tho uollco to tho
nulsanco through the column of jour
lper. very respecuuiiy
H. ,', JUEN,
Lycurgua Branches Out.
George Lycurgus is contemplating
grim enanges over at tho Union drill.
He Intends taking over the storo at
present bolng used bv Dearer, Andrews
as a fruit-stand, nnd of adding this to
the downstairs portion of his restaur
ant, Tho upstairs portion will con
tinue in us present rorm. Mr. Lyour
gus will run his placo on both the
uiopean and American plans.
. . . COTTAGE
Well located at Maklkl. Con
veniently arranged, and con
taining six rooms. I.anal
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proof, Ono of tho
neatest little homes In the
$3000 will buy It, only ono
slxtb of which need be cash.
It us show you this
During tho debato between Messrs.
Stewart and Cooko at the meeting 01
tho Territorial Committee of tho He-
publican party last night, the latter
said that W. O. Smith had said to
him during the afternoon that there
was absolutely no truth in tho story
tnat tho (lovernor intended to resign.
Tills statement by Mr. Cooko was
made after Mr. Stewart had said he
had read In the Star the Interview
with Mr. Smith. Ho continued saying
that he was perfectly at liberty to
take tho word of a reporter for what
Mr. Smith had said, although tho lat
ter had stated to Mr. Cooku that his
remarks had been misconstrued. Fur
thermore, tno Bulletin had said sub
stantially tho same thing In an Inter
view with Mr. Smith. lit; had no
doubt whatever that Mr. Cooko was
telling the truth about thn matter, but
he reserved the right to believe the
newspaper men If he so chose.
A SHI HUT
NEILL COMPANY PLAYED
TO ENTHUSIASTIC HOUSE
Players Seen at Their Very Best
Ladies Wore Myrtle and Hea-
lani Colors Good Feeling
The Myrtle Iloat Club benefit at tuo
Opera House last night was a great
success both socially and financially,
and the liberal applause given tho hu
morous situations during the play
showed that everybody was pleased
with tho entire performance.
No bettor play than "Nancy H Co."
could have been presented lor such nn
occasion, it was a perrorminco which
both tho actors and audience thur
ouchly enjoyed, and plenty of oppor
tunities were given favorite players to
do their best work.
Miss Chapman as Nancy waj full ol
life and animation and carried llw
pari t-o cleveily and nat'irall that it
as the unanimous venllil it could
not 1-avc been done bettor.
JJr. Nclll ns the excited aw! suspi
cious huatand kept everybody In an
uproar of laughter, and Robe rt llurtou
as tho sly old Dapa was at hi bust.
The humorous parts ol tno play
were about equally distributed among
tin- members of tho company and worn
well sustained, without exception.
The theater presented a -brilliant
and unusual appearance last evening
and late-comers marveled at tin nr
lay of red and whlto nnd blue and
white dresses and ribbons worn by thu
ladies. True to tho request of the
cemmittoo, all clubmen wore their
colored neckties, and thu effect was
It was noticed that i-.s Chapman
and Miss Ilrownell favored tho Myr
tles by wearing red and whlto ribbons,
while Miss Forbes, Miss Dean and
Miss Andrews woro profuse bows of
There was ono great point especial
ly noticeable last night. It was thu
evidence of good feeling and good fel
lowship existing between tho two boat
cuius. Thu mingling of the club col
ors, tho largo attendance of Healanl
clubmen and tho appreciation felt by
tho Myrtle members fully demonstrat
The commltteo In charge of tho per
formance desire to take this opportu
nity of thanking tho James Netll Com
pany for tho great help tne benefit has
given tho Myrtles, tho Evening Bulle
tin, Advertiser, Star, Republican and
ot'ier papers for tho generous use ot
their valuable columns, and tho sup
port given by the puoliu In general.
Wray Taylor and tho Amateur Or
chestra aro especially thanked fo
their kind assistance. Their music
was enjoyed by all.
A handsome sum was realized, but,
as yet, It Is not known just what the
exact amount U
WILL THEY MBET.
Although the meeting of tho Republi
can Territorial Commltteo was post
poned from last night until tonight at
7:30 o'clock, It Is the belief of tho cle
ment that fought against thu adjourn
ment that thero will not bo enough
members of tho commltteo present at
tho meeting to constitute a quorum
and that tho action regarding the
talkcd-of resignation of tho (lovernor
will therefore fail of adoption. How
ever, at last night's meeting thirteen
members of thu commltteo put them
selves on record as being against the
Ifivlm. et 1p Hlnurarf. m.nliilli.n nn
tho table, which shows to a largo de
gree thu sentiment of the majority of
CASE OP BAD BLOOD.
(lenrgo Itoblnson appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on the
chargo of assault and bailery on O111
tor Anderson of tho Merchants' Patrol.
Thero has beeu bad blood between
the two for soiuo time and the other
night this state of affairs having gone
along to a dangerous point, tho two
men had an altercation in which each
man claims tho other struck first.
Judge Wilcox discharged tho defend
ant, saying that it was a caso of bad
blood all around and that matters of
tho kind should never bo brought into
tho PoJIco Court.
BOSTON CONCERT COMPANY.
Tho first entertainment of tho Bos
ton Concert Company will be given at
tho Hawaiian Opera House, on Satur
day evening, December 7th. Tho sec
and a fow dnys later.
Season tickets for two entertain
ments, S2.G0; slnglo admission. fl.oO,
Jl anil 75 cents. Those desiring sea
son tickets can select reserved seats
at Wall, Nlihols Company nn next
Monday, Tuesday and ifr-ufiesday.
Salo of tickets for single ndmlssiou
j Aiiuinuuy, rnuny nuu omuruny.
For Stealing a Bicycle
and Blocking Rapid
MADAME KAMAKEE COJlES
AFTER EYICT01S AGAIN
Wundenberg's Injunction Againit
Markham Dismissed Fift en Days;
Given Nobrega to Pay
Albert Clrolck Is being tried by the
following Jury beforo Judgo Ocar lot
Inrrenv in the second acgree: 11. U.
Hlckertdn. George W. Macj, James 1
K. Mersebcrg, Harry 8. Swlnton,
John 1.. Hansmann, James M. bims,
David Notley, Ouy Livingston. Edward
iv. Blake, George K. Kula, tlcorgo W.
Harrison and Alexander K. Aona. Tho
defendant Is charged with stealing
two kegs 01 beer from the Honolulu
Luna N11I Kahootnla withdrew his
plea of not guilty to indictment of lar
ceny In thu second degree by stealing
a bicycle belonging to II. C. Hrowu.
Sentence was suspended, on motion
of Deputy Attorney General Cathcart,
until next August term,
A nolle prosequi was entered on bo
balf of A. Ijuarus. Indicted for ob
structing tho olectrlr railway by plac
ing a stone un tho truck..
Kaillanu, Indicted for larceny in the
second degree by stealing a kit ol
tools worth $11.25 from David Kamai,
changed his plea to guilty and was
fined $50 und costs.
Annlu Levy, by her attorneys, An
drews, Peters & Andradc, inswers the
complaint of Jennie K. Miles, claim
Ing damages of $3000 for malicious
piosecutlon with a denial of the ac
Mniy J. Kopke, administratrix of
tho entail of Esther E. Ilines. has filed
nn Inventory showing a vlunllo.i of
ISlSfi. being all Ewa. and Oaliu lock
validated at par. v
llaiuakoo has mode a swurp cimi
pl.ilnt before -Judge Humphreys
tgain't William Savldg:. Harry Juun
and J. II. Schnack. chanim that
they did maliciously and forcibly In
flict a corporal Injury upon her by
seizing, pulling and striking bur, with
out rutl.ority or justlficati 1-1 by l.t.
rocnuiv to the statuto tn such cases
made pud provided and ngauiFl .he
peace and dignity of the Territory cf
Hawaii. This Is n renewal of the ni
Fault case dismissed by Dl'lrlct Mag
istrate Wilcox last week. The trouble
arose from the eviction 01 tho com
plainant from premises at Kaimukl.
Judgo Gear has signed thu decree
awarding $10,000 alimony against the
husband In tho Nobrega divorce case,
and fifteen days is thu time set when
execution may Iskue.
It is stipulated In tho caso of Mey
nrstcln Company vs. I. Sco Etharoo
that the testimony of officers of the
plaintiff may bo taken in San Fran
clrco before I. L. Jacobl, a notary
J. Alfred Magoon nnd T. I. Dillon
fllod a lengthy brief for plaintiff In tho
Injunction suit of F. Wundenberg.
trustee for the Cummlngs heirs, vs.
George Markham. It Is argued In tho
document that defendant, Markham.
Is a mcro trespasser, even under claim
of right, and therefore an Injunction
should Issue, giving the plaintiff pos
session. Although autnorltles are ad
mitted to ho against this vlow, It Is
suggested that whero tho injunction
has not been allowed In cases of dis
puted titlo thero aro penal laws
against unlawful entry. It Is contend
ed that an Injunction to prevent a
mere trespass will lie whero tho party
asking for such has been In previous
undisturbed enjoyment of tho proporty
under claim of right. Judgo Humph
reys hits, however, sustained tno de
murrer and dismissed tho bill for In
junction. T. McCants Stewart has filed a mo
tion for a now trial of William Davis,
convicted of shooting a chinaman. It
is supported by two affidavits. Mars
ton Campbell, Assistant Superintend
ent of Public Works, depones that it
would havo been Impossible Tor thu de
fendant to have iulllctcd the wound by
shooting in tho way described by tho
complaining witness. Oeorge F.
Hcnshall, reporter of tbo Star, de
pones that he was In tho court pro
ducts at thu trial and nmong tho peo
ple thero an acquittnl was expected
and the verdict of guilty was a sur
Tho experts are not to be shaken.
"There Is enough copper in this new
eln," they insist, "to forco two and
possibly three families Into New York
Aaln we warn them that they will
lot bo bclloved, and again to 00 avail
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped o
all parts ot the United
States and Europe.
Office. 1047 Bethel St,
opposite Honolulu Market
esldcs a host of central connratti-
latons members of the Bulletin staff
liiA-o casually heard about town rein
tlfo to tho special Industrial Edition
published last Saturday, direct com
rtcndatlons have been expressed which
ifc duty appreciated a reported bo
nw: f Hon. II. M. Whitney "It is one of
(ho finest descriptions of the sugar and
coffee Industries of Hawaii ever issued
The work has hern very well done,
so far as I havo read.-) It must have
involved a grcnt deal of labor and
care." (Mr. Whitney bi editor of the
Planters' Monthly, besides the oldest
journalist and one of tho oldest sugar
cane planters In tbo Islands.)
Monsieur Vlxiavona, Consul for
France "It Is a most useful publica
tion, the most comprehensive of tin
kind I have soon." '
Charles U. Wllsnr. "It i the bct
description of Hawaii's chief Indus
tries that has ever been printed."
BISHOP ESTATE GIVEN
BROAD RIQIT OF WAY
deorge Ashley Tt&tifau Expert on
Valne of Gane and Waterfront
Ai amicable agrecmeut was reached
tn tji; Federal Court this morning as
to a portion of tho land Involved In
tho 'condemnation suit ot United
Stairs vs. Estate ol Rcrnlco Pauani
Dlslou. It came up after Captain Mer
ry, commandant ot the Honolulu Navaf
Htatiin. had on the witness stand pro
duccl letters showing an option glveu
by tto Bishop Estate for one year o.
tho Und at $50 an acre.
Federal Attorney Dunne stipulated
that the Governmrntjwould waive it
claln; on a strip of labU ono hunurca
feet wide, connecting the harbor front
land ot defendant with Ita land away
irom tno sea.
Ml Kinney agreed to withdraw tuo
defctdant'n claim on 'account of dam
age tM would hive been caused by
the (estructlon of uir right of way
W. 'George Ashley was railed by thu
Goierament as a real estate expert.
In the' course ot cross-examination by
Mr. Kinney he gave a calculation
shewing that the landlord's snaro lor
lowed cane land would amount to
Kl an acre.
'I cannot, sou It is as bad as that
mfseir," remarked Mr. Kinney, stall
Mr. Ashley mused over the flguros
newas penciling. Tncy ran.lfke this:
Effht and a half tons of sugar to the
acfe: landlord's rent S 1-2 per cent
on IK4U, equal to $22.40 as rental
''That would bo nuito rcmuneratlvo
a( $50 an aero valuation on tho land,
was Mr. Kinney's remark.
Tho witness suggested what It
Aould he at tho assessment rate 01
eight years rental, namely U9..0 an
Judgo Esteo Intcijccted, "Do you
mean to say that the land will yield
eight and a half tons to tho aero?"
Mr. Kinney: "Do you want o idence
on that point now? Wo Intend to
bring some of the most experienced
planters In tho country to show that
the land will yield ten tons to the
Mr. Dunno: "i-anrt that has never
produced a crop. You do not know-
anytning about It."
Judge Edtco: "Wo will hear evi
dence on that point In good time. 1
suppose there is a difference In the
yield In theso islands."
Mr. Kinney: "Of course." (To tha
witness) : "ir you take It as half cane
land, you cannot get It down to a $50
Mr. ABhley: "That was not In my
Mr. Kinney: "Do you placo any
special value on tho waterfront?'
Mr. Ashley: "It deni-nds on circum
stances It that land was to bo Im
proved." Air. iinncy: "If that land had been
put up ut auction on July li, in view 01
expectations ot Improvement wnetber
jimmied or not, Uon t you consider
iiiut the market value would Uavo
been affected by thu fact that this
land fronted ou t'earl Harbor? J
mean lor a depth of, say, 3UD tout?"
Do as' you ploaso
lee simple that Ih? If cut up Into lots
and water laid on?"
Mr. Kinney: What prico would
tho Bishop Kutatu have got for It
without a promise as to water or what
Undo Sam would 1I0?"
Mr. Ashley: "I am not prepared
Mr. Kinney: "Just think a mo
ment, Mr. Ashley. )ou have given au
estlmato on cane- land back horu
(rolnticg on the map) at $G0 an aero.
Now please put an estimate on the
Mr. Ashley: "You would probably
get $100 an acre for it at tho water
front. Take It as you say, without
any understanding as to transporta
tion, reaching It or anytfiine else.
Without reference to caue. Just bo-
I rnncn It la ivnlnrfMinl
Mr. Klnnoy: ''What Is Iho differ-
enco between the Peninsula and tnis
Mr, Ashley: "Ono is Improved land
with streets, water, etc., whllo tho oth
er has no improvements."
"That boor? Or cour,aa I refused
"But why do you think him nl boor?"
"Why, when I refused him ho didn't
GLobe Navigation Co's
MOUNTAINOUS SEAS AND
TERIFF1C HEAD WINDS
Vessel Brings a Full Cargo
From the North
Structural v Iron
Tho Globe Navigation Company
steamer Tampico arrived here this
moralnK. fifteen days from Seattle aft
er one of the roughest trips on record
and tho roughest over experienced by
her commander. Captain Held. From
the first day out from port of depart
ure until within one day of this port
the big vessol was buttettod by moun
tainous seas which came from tho
west and southwest accompanied by
high winds. Althougn tho Tampico
was high out of water the waves were
continually coming aboard and during
the whole 'trip those on board had tho
hardest kind of time to koep dry.
For forty-eight hours tho vessel was
hove to In tho teeth 01 a howling gale
and terrific sea, and Captain Hold re
ports that during the whole trip tnu
only time ho saw tho deck freu ' ot
water was yesterday when In tno
neighborhood of those islands. Thu
sea calmed gradually and the wind
died down. Tho waves arc describ
ed as great blind breakers of Immense
height and not llko thu ordinary swell
so often met with. All tho men
aboard the Tampico aro very glad to
bo saro in port otter their uncomfort
able experience with the elements.
Had It not been for the bad woathor
the boat would have been hero by
Saturday, as was expected. From tho
time tho Tampico lott sho did not see
anything of any other vessels bound
tnis way. Her story or the great
storm accounts for the long trips lin
ing maue uy me sqnooner i.uzon ana
hip 8. D. carleton. now out thirty
three and thirty days respectively
from Tncoms.'and tho bark Olympic,
now twenty-four days out from San
Francisco. These vessels havo prob
ably been carried way out of their
courses, and It may bo several day
yet before tbey aro sighted.
The Tampico brings a full cargo of
nearly 1000 tons of freight consigned
to local merchants. Most of It con
sists of flour, bran and beer. Wuh
this and several carloads of stool rail
and structural Iron thu big steamer Is
Tho Tampico Is about the samo In
appearance aB thn Meteor, lately hero,
and tho first of the new line to arrive
Captain Held, tho present commander
of tho Tampico. brought her around
tho Horn from the Grcnt Lakes.
Mil HOT ITER
Ah Chcong, the Chinaman who was
arrested tho other day on tha chargo ol
cruelty to animals, appeared In tha
Police Court this forenoon. He was
represented by counsel. The defen
dant said that tho dog In question was
not Injured by him. The animal bad
come Into his coffee, shop In a tenement
bouse near Kawatahao church and, In
running about tbo room, had come Into
contact with a bowl of hot coffee. This
was overturned, tho contents falling
on tno back of tho animal.
Lizzie Kallllkanc, tho owner of tho
dog, stated that thu Chinaman and no
ono clso burned tho dog. She was
an occupant ot the samo tenement
house with tho defendant. Her dog
was downstairs and she called him In
order to give him something to cat
On the way up. she say tho defendant
reach his arm nut nnd throw a whole
dipper full of bollng water against
tho dog s side.
When asked If he bad anything to
say In reply to tho accusations of ths
native woman, the Chinaman was sl-
' lent nnd a flne of 2u uni1 coil was Ira-
THE RUIE U
The rule passed by the Board ot
Health at last meeting, requiring the
examination' of phystclacs fo- llceno
to be conducted In the English lan
guage, has under an n'.i!'di compfjii,
U Iih'n suspended In operation fur
six muiths. It was strongly opposed
Ir. passage if Attorney General X P
Dele and lifter publl"u"on cue mum-to.'
t'.rcmiuiis p'utcsta lu Japanese .uiji
lirt The Bulletin, 75 cents p-ir month.
8. 8. ALAMEDA, Dec. 4, and
8.S. SONOMA, Dec. 10.
Last express steamers to coast before
Ship your packages by
WELLS, FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
Wltt Union Express Co.,
120 King St.
NECLY WENT HUNTING.
A. W. Nccly. formerly of tho Cus
torn House, tho Hoard of Health and
the United States Marshal's ofllco. re
turned recently from Molokal, whero
bo spent a number of days with Ern
est IlenkltiH far up In the mountains.
During Mr. Neely's stay he shot forty-
two birds, thirty 01 whlcn woro pheas
tints, fino doer and one wild hoar. Tho'
boar was the toughest creature Mr.
Neely had ever seen, its hldu was so.
thick that tho rifle bullet only pen-
trated one side and flattened itself out
on tho inner lining of the skin on tho
other side. Mr. Neely says thero Is
110 placo llko Molokal for n sportsman.
The variety and grcnt quantities of
the various kinds of game maku thu
After tho calling of tho roll of trial
Jurors In tho Federal Court this morn
ing, the panel excepting Jurors engag
ed, wns excused until Tuesday next.
THE GERMAN BOILER FOR
STEAM SCOW IN QUESTION
Inspectors at San Francisco Want a
Sample of Material to
Since the new ruling of the Treas
ury Department looking to the observ
ance more closely ol tne law rcgulat
tug tho construction of steam bollcrt
-.or use on vessels, notice has beet,
received from thu Inspectors of hullt
and boilers at San trancloco that the
boiler tor the now steam scow nov
building for Hackfeld & Co. will havt
to be tested for material beforo It can
be used. The boiler was built In Gor
many and to examine tho material li
has been ordered that n piece ot the
shell eight inches square be taken out
and sent to San Francisco for exam
Inatton. Under the circumstances li
Is likely that a boiler of American
manufacture built under tho law win
bo Installed in the new boat
Tho Pioneer, as she Is to bo known
will bo ready for launching within a
few weeks now. and ai the marine
railway carpenters are busy building
ways for her to slide Into tho water
on. After sho Is launched her engines
will be placed In her. From her ap
Dearanco It Is tn be seen that when
she Is In operation sfib will he a very
nno crari or ner Kina. with nor c
paclty to carry freight and water and
her powerful deck machinery for th
handling of heavy frelgnt she will br
a great addition to the vessels now
hero and a wonderful Improvement
over the old Puffing Billy 'at present
WILE MI II it!
Thero Is considerable excitement
among the crew ot tbo Alameda over
their arrival In San Francisco before,
or after tbo steamer Peru, which sails
this evening at 5 o clock. Tho Poru Is
duo at San Francisco on tho 10th Inst-
whllo tho Alameda Is not scheduled to
arrive thero beforo tbo morning of tnu
next day. The Peru will have a start
of twcnty-thrco hours over tho A I
meda, but taking Into consideration
tho Ann time sho made on the run
down from tho Coast it Is thought that
If sho Is put to II sue can beat tbt
Pacific Mall boat.
If sho makes the samo time up this
trip as sho did on tho former trip,
wncn she experienced somo very bad
weather first leaving this port, sho
should arrive In San Francisco on ths
morning of tho 10th before noon. The
Pent, on schedule time. Is not ex
pected to arrive In San Francisco be
fore the afternoon on tho 10th, and It
la probablo thai she win stick to reg
ulation time. On tho recent trip of
tho Alameda to this port she made
very fluo dally runs. During the bad
weather met tho first throo days out
when sho was Blowcd down, sho ater
aged 320 miles n day, and after that
her avorago runs wero 3BI miles. On
thn Inst day at noon-tlmo sho had
roado 372 miles. With favorable
weather sho Is good for between 3C5
and 375 miles a day without driving.
We have Just received a new lot ot ,
theso excellent goods, and we caa
truthfully state to our customers that
thoy are hotter than over. Anyone
who has worn a pair of these Shoes
knows what that means.
To thoso who havo not found a
Shoo that gives them satisfactory
wear, wo would suggest that they try
a pair ot these.
NEAT FITTING, 8TYLI8H AND THE
PRICE IS RIGHT.
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BUT THE HARBOR SMAJ.L
Admiral Casey Deems ItNot Worth
While to Bricg the Battleship
Inside for Her Short .
Admiral Casey, commanding the bat
iloship Wisconsin, has taken rooms at
tho Hawalan Hotel. Ho gave a cour
teous reception to n Bulletin reporter
on the front veranda this morning,
nnd when asked why tho Wisconsin
was not brought Into port as expected.
thu Admiral replied:
Well. It n nice and cool out on the
bar, while your harbor Is rather small
for such a largo ship. As wo are only
going to make a short stay, I thought
It better to keep tho amp outsldo. It
Is cry comfortable out there, and tho
jicn arc given shore liberty as usual.
"No; there Is plenty of water In the
mtrancc for bringing tbo Wisconsin
,nto the harbor. We Intend to leavo
about thu I lth."
Admiral Casey, in answor to a ques
tion as tu future movements ot tho
"We are going to Acapulco and
hence proceed down thu coast tu Val
paraiso." Asked about Samoa, tho Admiral
said, "I hac bad enough of that." but
to an Inquiry about tho Naval works
at Tutulla, the American island, be
inswered In terms ot thorough satis
faction. "The building and wharf aro prac
tically completed. Thero Is storage ca
pacity fur 5000 tons of coal. Tho dock
's a flne one. with thirty feet of water
alongside. Safe! There Is no bettor
harbor in the world."
Previous to the arrival ot tho Wis
consin here a fow weeks ago on thn
cruise to Samoa. Admiral Casey bad
never visited the Hawaiian Islands.
Ills cruising had been on the China
station. In the East-and In At
Itntlc waters. He evinced much in
terest In learning a few general fact
about the sugar and the coffee Indus,
tries of the Territory.
m . m
WRONG 6IDE WHEELING.
A fireman In uniform riding on the
wrong side of the street plumped his
bicycle Into the midst ot a lot ot small
school children alighting from a car at
the Masonic Temple this, morning. He
knocked a little boy down, who fortu
nately escaped with, apparently, noth
ing worse than soiled clothing and a
shock. W. II. Hooogs, who was on the
car, gave the fireman a talk that ho
will remember. A halt an hour later
a Bulletin reporter, passing the same
spot noticed several cyclists speeding
on the wrong side of both Alakea and
Hotel street. One lad was coasting
past tho hotel with hands off tho bar.
Honolulu, Dec. 2, 1901.
Regimental Orders, No. 59.
The officers of the regiment will
assemble at these headquarters on
Punday, December 8, 1901, at 10 o'clock
a. m. for the purpose ot attending tho
regular monthly meeting of the Board
By order of Colonel J. W. Jones.
(Signed.) JOHN SCHAEFER,
Captain and Adjutant.
All the vagrancy .cases in ths Police
Court this forenoon, fivo In number,
wore nolle pros'd. The police had been
n little careless In making the arrests.
In tho enses of the thrco negroes men
tioned In yesterday's Bulletin, It was
found that tho men had been working.
Two of them had steady jobs at the
Hoffman & Markham Ice works.
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