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THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
Vol. XI. No. 2013.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7 1901.
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FOR W DAYS
Action of Flfit Claims
TIME WILL BE IMPROVED
BY REGISTERING AWARDS
Hearing of Remaining 1800 Claims
Next Week About Half
the Claims Already
At an executive sovlon of thu Klie
ClalmR Commission jostorday It was
decided to take a recess of sixty days
frnm Rntiirdav next.
Fred. W. Macfarlanc. chairman of
the Commission, is going to tho Coast
In the steamer Sonoma, duo to sail
next Tuesday, in Ills absence, for
the rest of the week. A. N. Kepolltal
will nresldo over hearings of claims.
There In In reality going to be no
delaying of the work of the uomnus
Klon tlirouch the recess of sixty days
as will be clearly perceived from a
view of the facts. On the contrary,
the business la likely to be expedited
besides a considerable degree of econ
With the close of yostcrdav's session
thero remained about 1800 claims to
be hen id. It was calculated that these
should all bo overtaken by next Sat
in day. At the Bamo time, there have
been from 34O0 to 330u claims adjudi
cated that Is, the awrds made. This
Ij about one half of the total number
of claims filed.
According to the law creating the
court, an award Is not complete until
It has been entered on tho great reg
ister prescribed, the entering up of
Awards Involves no small amount of
derltal labor, as eery paitlcular and
cadi ptagu of pmgiesslon of a claim
must be sot forth. It wag1 estimated
at the executive session that this proc
ess would take t..e clerk and an as
sistant at least two months. Stated
(itherwlse. tho Commission Is ahead
i(i Its work by mo number of claims
adjudicated, for no claims can be paid
before being registered as described.
While the clerk and his assistant
are performing the registration of
n wards during the recess, their sala
ries will form the entire expenses of
the Commission lor the time being.
Neither the Commissioners, the Gov
ernment counsel, tho stenographer,
bailiff nor Janitor will draw any pay
for thnt period of sixty das. Yet the
potent work of tuu Commission will be
adanced to tho extent of perfecting
the awards already made. 1'nus econ
omy will be subserved.
It was at about 1:30 o'clock this
morning that a Chinaman, the driver
of Hack "TO, tailed at tho police sta
tion and laid In n complaint that he
had been robbed of $23 75 and several
small articles which were In his pock
ets. He made the statement that, at about
midnight, two negroes hired his back.
He picked them up at the corner of
nethel and Hotel streets nnd the men
told him to drlvo out to Lunalllo
Home. Upon arrival at a dark spot
near that place.the negroes drew re
volvers, made him get out of the hack
and robbed him.
He refused at Hrst to be searched
but the negroes threatened to kill him.
One of the number poked him in the
Mioulder with his revolver, drawing
The police nie out after the two men
but have not got on the track of them
Dr. nilza M. Mosher, denn of the
women's department and professor of
hjglene at tho University of Mlchl
gun. said In her address to tho State
Tedeiatlon of Women's Clubs nt its
lecent meeting In Ann Arbor: "j ucv
llevo coeducation Is ono of tho best
means of preparing young men nnd
women to bo -comrades in married
life.' Thero nro 719 joung women
now studying at Michigan University
nnd pcvernl thousand young men.
. . . COTTAGE
Well located at Maklkl. Con
venlcutly arranged, and con
taining six rooms, I.anal
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proof. Ono of tho
neatest Ilttlo homes in tho
$3000 will buy It, only ono
sixth of which need bo cash,
show )ou this
I M B
H SPARROWS ONIY
Deputy Sheriff Chilling worth and a
number of special officers returned
early this morning from a trip out
around Diamond Head In search of
some rave dwellers reported by people
of the vicinity, Theie weer empty
handed nnd all they got for their palnB
was In the case of each, a mass of
aching bones. Mr. Chllllngworth tells
the following story:
''We thought that we might get on
the track of some vagrants out there
but we were mistaken. We found the
cave that was suposed to bo the haunt
of a party of men of rufllanly appear
ance. We entered It cnrcfully, nil pre
pared for n struggle. Suddenly one of
my officers made nn exclamation. He
had been hit In the faco by a sparrow,
frightened from Its roosting place. It
was not long before all of us were ex
claiming for the sparrows came out
In n perfect swarm."
"Later on, wo went nlong a little
further and found footprints deep In
some very soft clajey material. Near
these was a bottle of medicine from the
oftlie of a well known Japanese physi
cian of the city and marked with Ja
panese characters. That is as near as
we lame to finding nn) thing."
At about 12 noon today, Yong Nlng,
a despondent Chinese tailor, cut his
throat with deadly Intention. He went
Into the wnter closet In the rear of his
shop on Nuuanu street, near Love's
bakery, nnd there .committed tho rash
deed. He was soon discovered by peo
ple about the place and pollco head
quarters were communicated with. The
Chinaman was not yet dead when
found nnd he waB removed to the
Queen's Hospital where he succumbed
after about a halt hour.
The Chinaman used a common bone
bundled knife to do the deed but It was
sharpened until It had nn edge like a
razor. The throat of the suicide was
cut from ear to ear.
Deceased left a note written In Chi
nese. -,In this, he stated that he had
had a lot of money troubles and that
everybody was down on him. Under
the circumstances, he considered It
would be best for him to die and get
away from It all.
It Is probable that a Coroner's In
quest will be held to Investigate into
m m today
The scries of Intercollegiate football
games comes to an end today In the
contest between tho Artillery and Ho
nolulu Athletic Club teams on the
campus at Oahu College, beginning nt
s:30 o clock. Following Is tho person
nel of tho trams:
H. A. C. Cunhn. center; II. Cockctt,
right guard: I. Cockett, left guard: C
F. Chllllngworth, right tackle; Harney
Joy, lert tackle; Murray, right end;
narry, left 'end; Thompson, quarter;
Oleason, right half-back; Long, left
half-back, and Blalsdell, full-back.
Artillery Comlnskey, center; Plln
ey, right guard; High, left guard:
Vosjzallos, right tackle; High, left
tackte; Rurbank, right end; Printz,
left end: Smith, quarter; Dennett,
right half-back; Hoctor, left half-back;
The first leaguo match of the Asso
ciation football Benson takes place at
Maklkl this afternoon, tho kick-off to
be nt 4:15 o'clock. The following
teams will play:
Wandorors Ooil, W. Notley; full
backs, W. Wright and Jas. Williams;
hair backs, Simpson, Stokes nnd Cock
burn; forwnrd3, Jamlcson, Rlackmin
Catton (captain), Usbornn and Avlott.
Mallo Illmas Goal, Clement; full
backs, It. Andcison nnd J. C. McOlll;
half backs, J. Anderson, J. Cralk and
J. Ilrowu; forwards, Munro, dimming,
Royle, Ilolstci and Len Qui.
SHERIFF OPFHRS REWARD.
High Sheriff Drown has offered a r
wardof S500 for Information leading
to the arrest and conviction of the per
son or persons guilty of tho murder of
Herman Lubeck In Honolulu, Friday
night, November 29, 1901, The pollco
have dono their best to bring tho guil
ty party or parties to justice but have
failed to get any clue whatever. A
reward Is now to bo tried. It may
servo to open tho mouths of some who
have been, it Is understood, very close
mouthed up to tho present time,
Gcorgo McCaithy, tho driver of En
gine No. 1, who fuund himself, his en
glno nnd his horses piled up on the
sidewalk outside Central Union church,
tho other night, Is not to be dismissed.
Chief Thurston said yesterday that the
accident was caused by a refusal of
the lines to work-through some hitch
In tho harnessing. He states further
that McCarthy has been with the dc
j'urtmont several months, has driven to
many fires and has nlwnjs proved a
most efficient man In his capacity as
driver. Tho accident was not due to
any fault on his part.
ill SI; GLEMENT'S
Rectory In Gala Attire
For To-day's Big
"YE OLDE CURIOSITIE
Candy and Refreshment Tables Will
Furnish Many a Delicious Morsel
Fancy fable Another
The St. Clement's rhapcl fair beglni
nt 2 o'dock tills ntternoon nnd ends at
10 o'clock tonight. Take the Knpld
Transit cars nnd get off at Maklkl
Btreet where a long string of flags will
show j ou the remainder of the way to
the grounds of the parsonage. Dy all
means go for tho ladles will have
things to sell nnd to show that have
never been equalled In Honolulu be
fore. The band Is to piny during the
afternoon and the members of the Wo
man's Guild will aid In making every
thing pleasant for ever) body.
The parsonage will be a scene of
beauty this nfternoon. Situated as It
Is In a secluded spot, with trees,
shrubs, vines nnd ferns on every hand,
It Is Just the place where n person can
go and enjoy a pleasant afternoon or
evening. Shady nooks are on every
hand and of cool, Inviting spots there
nro "any. '
The first thing that strikes a person
on entering the grounds of the parson
ago Is the display ot flags of nil nations
which begin at the gate and are car
ried by means of ropes to the parson
age proper, A very large French ..ag
Is dlsplavcd on the front lawn.
Underneath tho place vthere this ar
ray ot HagB ends. Is a tent where candy
will bo sold. This, at the time of the
visit of the Bulletin reporter to the
place, was being decorated In orange,
with a liberal sprinkling of maiden
hair ferns. Fair hands will parcel out
sweetmeats to the biijera.
The largest table Is the one where
the fancy articles will be sold. This is
situated under the trees and vines on
the mauku side of the house nnd In
close conjunction therewith. The dec
orations of this table are In red, maid
en hair ferns and other graceful greens
will play n prominent part In tho
scheme of decoration.
Tho refreshment table will be on tho
Innal proper. The deroratlons will be
In red, white and blue and the ladles
In attendance will be dtcsscd In the
The fish pond will delight the chil
dren. It Is out on tho lawn where,
when the children have fished up their
prizes fiom the bottom of a mjsterl
ous box, they may go out nnd play lo
their heart's content.
The most Interesting thing about the
room Just off from the drawing room.
Above the door will bo seen the words
"Ye Olde Curlosltlo Shoppc,',' and ln
side tho room, will be found tho cream
of old relics and curiosities loaned by
people of the clti who have been
anxious that the fair shall prove a
success. The admission will be twen
ty-nvo cents but. In tho opinion of
thoso who havo seen tno curiosities,
twice that amount should be charged.
One pf the cuilosltles that comes
Is a tapcstiy of Itubens, loaned by K.
A. I'. Ncwcomii, the architect. It was
bought for the old Deacon House, Ilos
ton, fiom tho Chateau Montpcnsler,
France. This with other tapestries by
Rubens, was hung in the streets of
Antwerp when .Marie dc Medici visited
Ono of the most Interesting articles
cloter home Is nn old sIIk dress which
was woin b tho great graodmother
of Dr. J. 3. H. 1'ratt. Mrs. Col. George
llnle, of Glastonbury, Conn., In 1783,
when she was eighteen years of age.
Still another Interesting aitlcle Is a
poisoned ring of ancient fame. On tho
tusldo of the Inoffensive circle of gold
Is nn opening supposed to contain an
Instantaneous poison. lly picsslng the
hnnd of nn enemy, tho poison entered
the sstem nnd death occurred at
once. Thu ilng belonged to Colonnd
nnd was loaned by Mrs. A. O. Hawes.
Side by side with this ring Is n snake
necklace over 150 jenrs old. A deadly
poison was supposed to be secreted In
the pendant for tho purpose of doing
awny with enemies In a quiet manner.
Tho necklace was In the Carlton fa
mily of Hngland for many years. It
wns loaned by Mrs. A. G. Hawps,
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packhges to any
part of tho city for lUc up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
x all parts of tho United
States and Europe,
Ofllco, 1047 nethel Ot.
opposite Honolulu Marknt
A Persian embroidery possibly 200
enrs old, Is displayed In a prominent
place. Such work Is no longer done.
This pleco of embroidery wns loaned
by W, K. Castle, Jr.
A piece of a silk dress, worn by
Marie Antoinette, was loaned by Mrs.
Walbrtdgc. Tho pattern of embroi
dery Is stlll's bright and pretty ns It
was when It adorned the person of the
There are many other rare bits on
show. In all, there must bo nt least
a hundred and fifty articles, compris
ing laces, shawls of ancient manufac
ture, bric-a-brac, vases, china, paper
and metal currency of different conn
tiles, miniatures, silver, medals and
ninny other things too numerous to
PALACE GRILL OPENS
" WITH DINNER TODAY
Started "by Dick Daly in Waverly
and Prices to Suit the
I-atcly Town Talk ot San Francisco,
In Its' Honolulu gossip, nnnounccd that
a swell French restaurant was to be
opened In Ilethel strce The whole
secret, If It ever wns such, came out
this morning and the complete revela
tion will make. Its advent at S o'clock
"The Pacific Orlll," dono In the high
est tviie of the slcn writer- art nltli
gold and rainbow pigments, appears on!
the windows of n store In the Waverlcy !
NEW H PIAGf
block. Dick Daly, whose reputat on o,ML11' T t" i. 7."
- ..,.. ..,.j ii i . i I Tll W. J. Kuglund Plumbing Com
a caterer stands below none. Is o bo ,, b , nolco of tm ,)f
seen Insldo calmly but energetically U.chnulcs nnd materialmen's lien
supervising preparations for the opcn-ngalnst .M. W. McChesney 4 Sons for
ing ot this new place of refreshment J UiS contract jirlco of plumbing labor
whereof he Is the proprietor. and materials. It is mentioned that
All of the onnolntments nre most Premises Involved nru held by thu
. The floor Is covered wlthlf1 r i , , ' "
... Ti,. . . ...ulrof ' " Anthon. all resident!
new linoleum. There are four private
stalls with arched nnd curtained por
tals, each containing a table to acco
mmodate six ptrsonx with rose and
four more ou a pinch. 'Bight tables
of the same size are out In the open.
Fine linen and silver spoons and cut
lery afford a recherche aspect to the
settings. Mr. Daly has a knife clean
ing mnchlne that will keep the Imple
ments always bright.
There Is a huge range Installed, sup
plied with capacious coppers equal to.
Mr. I.ambcrt, lately of the Hawaiian
hotel, Is chef of the Palace, and the
night cook Is from DelmouUo's, New
York, having arrived In the )ast steam
.Mr. Daly will servo none but the best
meats, fish nnd gamo on the market.
Saddle Itoek ovsters will be served hut
only from the shell. No tanned goods
w 111 bo handled.
The Palace Grill will open with din
ner nt C o'clock this nfternoon, never
to close day or night. "Kvcri thing
first-class nnd prices to suit the times."
Is the motto Mr. Daly has adopted for
IMItor Kvcnlag Uulletlii: Slum
some of our townspeople uro rushing
mi nihil ui iung unpronounceable
names In print for tho doubtful irlorv
of parading a rnther formidable fam
ily ticc, I would like to suggest that
tho biography of these formldablu per-
DuunKi-s ue uiso puuiisneu. it would
bo wot tli tho while remembering the
name of.Kalanlinoelknwnlkal, for In
stance, If this gentleman proves to
be the hero who slew the tvrnni iin.i.
knmnlkapualhelu In mortal combat' on
uiu nisionc natllellclil of Klpupn, i:n.
If Kapohauaaiipunl, for Instance,
proves to bu the celebrated nucleut
astronomer who discovered nnd in
ported tho fall of a crent meinnr nn
the Island of I-uualf-or if liu was tho
snmu person who ndvnnced thu theory
that a sllco of tho now moon was
sweeter than u pleco of cooked pork.
uw uio now i;ngianu vankeo docs
thu genealogy business u lilt mum
method In his madmss. When a man
Is successful as a siatcsmnu. sohller.
allor, financier, or In thu learned pro
rcsslons, or nH a merchant, thu Hmlth,
Junes, or Wlnthrop genealogies ndds
nis name nnu biogrnphy to tho family
history, which is readily sold to mem
hers of tho clan nt $10 a volume. The
effeto New Diglandor glories In his
family treo Just as tho unvvallan glo
rles In pedigrees with Jaw-bieaklng
King Knlakaua knew thu weaknesses
of his countiymcn so well that he had
a board and a society whose duties
were to lay tho ghost of nil gencalo
liles nnd It wns then n cold day for
tho aspirant to chloily rank whoso
claims wcro based on a ban owed ped
igree. Judge Pomanders "Poljnoslan
Itaces" nro no doubt responsible for
a great deal of theso latter day orup
tlons of pedigrees, and perhaps but n
fuw peoplo know that It was this trou
lilesomo pcdlgreo question which cans
ed tho suppression of thu fourth vol
nine of tho learned Judge's valuable
and interesting work. IlKADUIt,
Honolulu, December 7, l'JOl.
Miss Ilosnllo Ioew has been ap
pointed for thu Now torlv Legal Aid
Society, whli h recovers wnges wrong
fully withheld from poor peoplo, espe
cially fotelRiiers. Miss l.oew Is a ro
mnrkably nblo young lawvor, a Jew
ess, with a wldo knowledge of lan
guages, Shn Ii.ib been nctlng as at
tornoy for tho Legal Aid Society for
some time. Mr. Schurz will remain In
an advlsoiy capacity.
Coffee Planting Lawsuit
LIEN UPON RKEMISES
OWNED IN DENMARK
Two Plumbing Fiims Seeking Pay-
of Bill3 Many New Appeal
Cases The Divorce
Husicll .1 Watson for defendants
havo given notice of appeal fiom tho
Circuit Court's decree in tho case of
Adelaide Schllef and husband vs. Jos
cpli Clark and others, specifically1 from
thoso portions awarding a commission,
crs feo of 30O nnd allowing Will 12,
Fisher $11 18 24 for his services us auc
tioneer F. Wundenliorg, trustee for tho W.
II. Cummlngs heirs, has taken an ap
peal to the 'Supreme Court Irom tho
decision of Judge Humphreys sustain
ing thu demurrer of Giorge Mnrkham
and dismissing tho appellant's com
Gvhrlug & llulzko have nppealed
fiom Second District Magistrate l.ybj
A. Dlckcj a Judgment of nonsuit with
costs of $11.0!) against them In their
?ult '"'over 7fi 87 fiom Choc Wo
Vincent Fernandez has appealed
from Judgment by District Magistrate
Dickey against turn and in favor of
G. C. Hitting tor iJSilKU on a promts
Adachl's trial for selling liquor with
out n license yesterday resulted m
a verdict of guilty and a fine of $2oV.
Sylvauo de Nobrega has filed a
bond with M. A. Gonsatves as surety
ou tils appeal from Juiigo Gear's do
creo of 110,000 alimony against him.
Judgo Humphreys was hearing tho
divorce calendar this morning.
The Supreme Court this forenoon
was hearing tho controversy relative
to coffee planting ut Olna between II.
Uackfeld & Co. nnd Grossman Pros.
Iheru was a contract In which thu
Hnckfclds vvero to ndvnuco money to
thu Grussmnns. When $17,000 had
been thus paid out. II. Harkfcld A. Co.
slopped the expenditure on account of
thu unprofitableness nf the enterprise.
BOSTON CONCERT COMPANY.
Music loving people of Honolulu will
have only two oppoituultlcs tu hear
thu Huston Concert Compnnv, namely,
on Saturdny evening of this week and
Monday evening of next week. They
leave on tho Sierra for Auckland, Now
Zealand, on Wednesday, to fill their
engagements theie, After filling this
engagement In Nuw Zt aland nnd Aim
trulla they leavo for Calcutta, Manila,
Chin and Japan.
From tho largo sale of season tickets
ns wen as sluglc tickets, thny aro us
sured of two largo audiences. Theso
two concerts will be tho musical events
of the season. Admission Jl.r.0, l and
i.i cents, lleserveil seats tut sale at
Wall, Nichols Company.
Ventura, a Porto Itlctin, appeared In
tho Polho Court this forenoon on tho
chnrgo of vugrnncj. As In n number
of cases icrcntlv, tho joung man stat
ed thnt hu had been working. On this
showing, the ease wns continued un
til Monday next.
Up to the time of going to press,
theie were no signs of the transport
Hgbert, expei ted today from tho Coast,
Sho will probably bo In Sunday mom
Tho KInnu was telephoned 20 miles
off Diamond Head at about 12 10 p, in
Postage on the Bulletin's special In.
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of tho States.
That the children or tbo Duthess nt
Albany may somo tlmo come Into
royal courts no ono who knows the di
plomacy of England doubts If tha
Duchess marries Lord Roscbery and
tecelves n share of tho Immense for
tuno which his lordship holds by his
own right, the children nf tho Duchess
will rank among tho most eligible of
tho old couutr). Ah ginndchlldren of
Queen Victoria they have blood, and,
its tho children of their stepfather,
llicy will hnvo money. Tho two will
rarry them Into royal courts.
Mmo, Sarah llcinhardt, it must bo
explained, goes to her romantic custle
to escape civilization. Sho only sees
two or three Intimate friends thero,
nnd spends her tlmo yachting, boating,
fishing and, generally speaking, lives
ns much on or In the sea ns possible.
Quo of her pet hobbles Is collecting
rurtous marine plants. Ot theso she
has some remarkable, specimens,
which sho has used ns motives for
decoration In leather and" metal work.
This j car Mndamo Sarah Ilernhardt
wont In for jnchtlng n great deal,
FOUR MNffi IA mm FIND
", OUT KAKAAKO WAY
P. Machado. M. S l'edro, J. Ma
chndo and Manuel Silva appeared in
the l'oll eo Court this forenoon on me
(.barge of malicious Injury. J M v I
vas nppenrcil for tho prosecution nnd
L. M. Straus for thu delensu 'llui
charge of malicious injury was drop
ped and thnt of assault nnd battery on
Kcsplno da Cnmnra substituted. A
plea of guilty was entered.
Mr. Vivus stated that on Sunday
night last the four voting men went ta
da Cnmnra's house and pelted it will)
stones because Camara's daughter, n
pretty young lady, had refused to nc
ccpt tli attentions of ono of the Ma
chado bovs. Soma of the missiles lintl
strut k the old man, and tho men them-
lug. went into the house nnd attacked
mo cnii iiiuu. ii uc-t ame necessary
for the neighbors to Interfere, and .
wntch on the house throughout tlu
mi-Ill una k.ttit.
On being nsl.rd what penalty hj
would propose, .Mr. vlvns snlil thu rnsH
was nut a very serious one In thnt
the old man was not hurt. Hvlilentl)
tho joung men had been drinking n
llttln too freely. A flue of 10 nnd
cists wnn Imposed
Had. th.. regular prosecuting officer
been In charge of the case, there Is
no doubt whatever that It would hnvu
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The offense v; indeet. very seViou.
In tint tho four men Invaded the prlv-
ncy of a home In a most rufllanly man
ner. The cause of the whole trouble
was Jealousy. Miss da Camnra had
looked favorably on another
.H fntnrnl.lv nn nnnll,..,- vn..n
man, who was In the house nt the time
the bombardment took place,
The first game of the Y. M C. A.
Indoor b-isebnll league takes place In
the gymnasium of the Institution this
evening, beginning nt 8 o'clock. Fol
lowing are the teams and their post'
l.venlng Class Cheatham, c. S. To
jo, p.: W. Kerr, lb.: J. Gorman, 8b.:
Glrvln, 3b.; Dyson, ss.; Plcrson, If,
Curtis, cf.. nnd It. Roe, rf.
Mnllc-lllma McCorrlston, c,
I-,. Km- . I Clnrl,., II, . f l!,l.,
lalvey, p.; J, Clarke, lb.; C, Jenkins,
2b; H. Shtldon. 2b.: D. Clarke, nn.:
Gnnus. If.; W. King, tf.; nnd Almeida,
I). I Van Dine nnd fred Younr will
umpire the game and O. P. Card will
art n. nmMn! nr A,in,i..i f.
act as official scorer
Bvery body Invited,
TODAY'S POLO MATCH.
Tim Arinior. nn.i ii,,inuu u.. ..in'
play polo at Kaplolanl Park this nf- !,, I'IL'm,8 theB"'M?fly'
teruoon. commencing nt 3:30 MUJt&SS
The teams will bo ns follows: I porter this morning had the following
Artillery It. W. Shingle. 1; I.leut. 'to say:
Hancock, 2; C. II. W, Norton, 3 and "The foetus was not burled very
Dr. McAdory, back. deep In tho sand ami there was every
Business Men J. P. I.rdman, 1. c. c1""co ,lmt ,IU person or persons
W. Dickey. 2; J. T. Irvine. 3 nnd Gco.'l1'" j"'1 Jh" i"" " n n grent bur.
Annus im.k 7- On lop of tho grave wns a big
i tii ' m , .. , ral rotk nn'l tlllB strengthens my
Joe robin will referee the game. In opinion that tho baby was not dead
addition to the regular contest, there whim It was hurriedly deposited In
will bo n practice game between teams .tho sand. Again, tho whole appear
picked on the field. Today's gamo will anro of the body woulu lead one, nt
be tho second of the games of tho pre- u casual glance to tho snmo belief.
Ilmlnnry scries previous to the regular ?''V nro 'j'00'1 e,lo.,B ,'n'1,or ""liklr.
league matches, whith will begin n t8 . " "lJ1i.' ?:,"! " "!
week from next Saturday.
Warrants am out for the arrest of
four Japanese who nre enarged with
threatening to kill a countryman bo
cause he failed to pay tnem (300 in
soino transaction. The man attacked
was willing to pay $100 ns an evidence
of his goad faith, "but the other Japan
ceo would not have It. Thero has
bien n lot of just this Kind of thing
going an among tno Japanese right
along, but It Is very seldom that tha
police get hold nf tho stories because
thoso most Interested aro afraid of tell
ing mi) thing for fenr of being brutnll)
beaten. i oven killed.
The pirt of discretion for tho defeat
ed candidate Is to put Ills mouth out
S. S, SONOMA, DEC. 10,
Last etpiess steamer to coast before
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Mother sighs for them,
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Six or Seven Months Old
Foetus Buried in
DISCOVERY MADE BY
SOME PORTUGUESE BOYS
Captain Parker Visits Scene and Re
moves Body to Morgue Crime
is Suspected By
A six or seven month foetus was
found nt Kakn.iko tills morning. It
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on thu grounds of the Judiciary build
ing, where It wns removed by Senior
Cnutaln Itobert Parker. Tho police
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,hn" u.e " n h,,V?' ,. , . nMm
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tho,small crabs that are known to the
Hnwallans as alamlhi. They walked
nlong tho bench In tne vicinity of the
sewer outfall nnd then proceeded In
tho direction of Kalla.
Upon arriving nt n position Just be
low thu Hospital for Incurables, they
M'lcil n favorable spot and. going down
on nil fours, startert In to dig nt Me
holes Into which thu crabs were sup
posed to have gone.
It wns not long before ono of the
boys gavu a scream of terror and.
Jumping nway from the hole ho had
; Just been digging, he called his com
; parlous to his side. Ho had come
intross what he believed to bo the
I claws of n good sized crab nnd, making
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.0h.i1 n small liuinnn nrm.
Tbo boys notified peoplo In the
I neighborhood nnd the body ot a six
oi airvcn months' foetus was disclosed
Someone ran over to tho olticcs or the
I Union 1 fed Company nnd Frank Vldn
telephoned to the police station. Cap
tain. Parker was at once despatched
to the scene. Securing a bag. he plac
ed the body In It and then took it to
l7iat some foul deed was done dur-
dicnto that thu poor little thing wrltlv
cu wnilo Hi the gtnve."
Captain Parker savs tho child Is un
doubtedly of while pnrentage.
The Murphy Club will give an en
tertainment as usual this evening. A
general Invitation is given to all
friends and especially to strangers. A
!'rt of ",0 program will bo as follows:
. Plnno Selection .... Miss Helen Dcshu
Vocal Selection "It It not nlwajs
bullets that kill .Mr. A. II. Wallace
Mediation "Sleeping Sentinel ...
Mr. Geo. Ilooli
Vouil Selections "When the Harvest
Uavs are Over" ..Mr. T. (I. Noyes
HAM At the Maternity Homo, Hono
lulu. IKvember fi, 1901, to tho wife cf
.1. W, Hall, n dnughter.
Al'Ml At tin) Matcrnlt) Home, Hono
lulu, Dticmbc; C, 1901, to the wife ot
II J, Auld, n ten.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In.
duetrlal edition Is three cents to all
parti of the States.
You know what that
means. That jou can
find at the
Manufacturers Shoo Co.
1051 Fort Street,
Rabies" Soft Soled Shoes
In delicate shades of blue,
pink and white to ploaso
both the mother and tho
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