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MORE "WANT ADS" IN THE EVENI?38ui3BfiR?lflPP!!' '
- Steamer 'Table.
THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
In preparing an adver
tisement, Miould bear
In mind thi truth :
Tint the aJvertlc
mint should piy the
It will not rwy the
Voli. XI. No. 2015.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, MONDAY. DEOEMBKU 9 1901.
PltlCB 5 (iBMTB.
I'poin S. P.
Ijir.v Dec. lo
Sit-rr. Dec. 11
For B. P.
Omt'e -....Dec. to
bimoni.t. Dec. to
NK TO WE
li Estate Takes Action
WITHIN PRISON WALLS
Grandmother of Eugene Lee's Child
ren Wants Partition of Lands
-Judge Humphreys Holds
Deputy Bhorltf Miflilin linn made re
turn of summons as sen id nn M. 12.
Lciinon. citing lilm ttndtr Information
of Attorney Ocncinl Dole, to appear
tit foru the Supreme Court on Monday,
Jnmiar.v , 1002, to show cause why
his name should not ho stricken from
the roll of nttornu)H of that lourt.
Tho Information relates that Lcmwn
was si ntenecd to Imprisonment at
ham labor for six months hy the Ho
nolulu District Court, on conviction of
uttering a forged chick for $100 on
the Hank of Hawaii. Advices froin
thu Coast arc nwnltid uy the total an
tuoiltles which may Identity tho re
spondent with n more serious crime..
Kaolulo Kahula, a widow, has
biought a bill hi iqtllty for partition
nKatnst Julia. Mary and Clara Lee, mi
nors, with whom petitioner tlnlms she
Is a tenant In tomuion of tertaln lands
in l'aiioa. The minors nit her grand
children, being thu onl huiIIiir Is
sue of her daughter, Hose Knhula l.ee,
mid i:imcne Lee, who Is working on a
mow at Kukaalxo, llouolulu. Thoio
mo two parcoiH of land Involved
amounting tu ., .-1 1'otlis of nn ncrc.
Deputy Sheriff Mcdum endorses on
the return a statement thai, bv retiuest
of P. 1.. Winter, iittoint v tor plaintiff,
smile of petition and siiminons has
not, Ik en matlo on Kugt ne Leo.
Ileturn of summons for the Fe.iiuan
term of tho First Clrtult Court has
been made in nn nttlon hroiiKht
against tho Tcrrltor of Hawaii by
John It Estate, Ltd, by C. A. Blown,
Its manager and treasurer, for the es
tabllshment of flsulng rights nppurto
nant to tbo lands In Dwa district
known as the Almpiiaa of Wnlplo, the
III or llomamala. Ilannpoull, Mml, AiiI
ole, Ulemoku. Mokuiimcumo nntl Ma'
kaua. The final clause of the com
plaint bits forth: "T..at by virtue of
seitlon DO of the Organic Ait, an
proed on tho 30th day of April, 1000,
to provldo for a government for tho
Territory of Hawaii, plaintiff desires
to liae tho said fishing ilKhts cstab
llshed, and in pursuaiiie thereof, nm)
in pursuance of all authority and now.
eis conferred upon this honorable
court .plaintiff nrajB that the said fish'
cries may be established, and the title
of plaintiff therein totifirmed, and for
such other and further relief ns to
the ecourt Bhall seem meet." A cer
II id may by M. D. Mousnrrat, survejor,
U uttnehed to tho complaint. Scrvlco
was on tho Attorney (leneral.
Henry Smith, tmsieo under the will
of It. W. Holt, has tnken an appeal
to the Supreme Court from tho deci
sion and order of JuiIko Oeorgo D
dear, requiring him to pay Into court
the hum of I2.1U. "0, one hair for J. D.
Holt and one-half for J. It. Holt.
William K.Railiburn was put on
iriai ror perjury Deioro jiuiko Hum'
phres this morning, the following be
ing the Jury accepted, after two ex
cuses for causo and two challenges by
if icminnt: Oeorgo K. Kala. Jonah K,
' Naklla, David Nolle). Hermann Levy,
fliorgc W. Macy, Alexamler (l.-Nlcho
las, Utitightou C. Ulikcrton. Kdwln K.
Blake. Julin L, Uansmnuu, Edward
woodward. JamcB kahalopua and Jus,
K. Jleiseberg. Attomey (loncrnl
Lntlitart ror prosecution; llobertson
& Wilder for defendant. Up till noon
recess, four memlicis of tho grand Jury
gave eWdcnco, viz, Clmrlis ,T. Wilder,
tleik: L. Teuny Peck, Mosis Nakulna.
ami J T, Crawley,
BOER NOVEMBER L088B8.
London, Nov. 27. Ltud Kltthcner'i
weekly report brings the total Boor
Itmsis for Novemboi to l,2Sv7.
The Bulletin' special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
. . . COTTAGE
Well located at Maklkl. Con
veniently arranged, and con
taining six rooms. Lanal
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proof. One. of tho
neatest Ilttlo homes lu tho
53000 will buy lt,"only ono
sixth of which need bo cash.
Let us show you this
CHICAGO REPORTER HERE.
J, M. McCormack of the Chicago
Tribune, Is a through passenger In the
Coptic for the States. He went out to
the Philippines with Oencral Corbln
and was greatly Impressed with what
he saw. He sajs that the situation in
the new possessions is not ns bad as It
M represented by some of the news
paper correspondents nnd that tin
Snniar outrages were not unexpected
ns the trouble took plnre there when
the troops first went thero and the
pacification had not et begun at the
lime of the mussnire.
JUGGLER WILL EXHIBIT.
Wnlluku. Dec. 7 Mahomed Khan n
Hindoo Juggler, will glc sleight of
hand performances at Lahnlna next
Monday. He arrived there from llllo
per Kluau last Saturday morning.
T lie rails foi the Kalihl terminal
t-wlUh of the Hnjild Trnnslt lino were
hint on the giound, Instead of being
Imported bent to oji'ir. Manager Dal
IcntMie on Saturday called the atten
tion o' the paity tnut went out lu tho
n l ft tnr to the perfection of the work.
Cnnlinctor McKco was tompllmcnted
i,y diiertorr- nnd otlitrp for the good
and lapld work done In completing the
extension.. Ills laboiers on the con
trail regaul him ns a rare boss, on
nitoiint of special atts of kindness on
MORE EXPERT TESTIMONY
IN CONDEMNATION SUIT
Manager Meier ofWaianaeand Sup
erintendent Djnison of Oahu
Railway on the Witness
1". Miler. ninnager of Walanao plan
tatlon, was on the stand as an expert
in tho I'enrl llnrlior land comlemna'
Hon case this morning. His cxamlna
Hon by Mr. Kinney lolded a long cate
gory of questions disallowed and ex
ceptions noted. Slight variety was af
forded when objections were overruled
and Mr. Dunne did the noting of ex
ceptions. Mr. Kinney asked about the proba
ble jleld of the tllshop Rstato land In
question. An objection was sustained
by Judge Dstee because "this .ant. had
never prod in I'd any cane."
Then witness was interrogated about
tho stnto of the sugar market on July
ldHt, when these proceedings wero
taken. This was ruled out, tho court
snjlng: "We nto not testing tho
value of sugar, wo nru testing tbo
value of land."
Theie was a slight rise of tempera
turo nn the Illshop premises at this
Juncture, as Mr. Kinney asked, "What
am I doing wrong?"
Judge Bsteo Bald this land might
produce better sugar 'or more Biigar
than lands with whlih the witness
was familiar. '
Mr. Kinney salil he did not want to
get Into any trouble with tho court, or
to provoke the court.
Ho was told ho might go on with
bis questions: ho wns not provoking
tho court. The leporter was directed
to be Biire he noted exceptions every
tlmo counsel made them.
Oeorge P. Denisou, superintendent
of tho Oahu Hallway, was the next
witness. Ho gave expert ovldenco on
tho building of wharves and too adapt
ability of the ground In controversy
for whaif construction and operation.
The police .learned nothing with
refcience to the finding of the foetus
In the sand at Kuknako on Saturday
morning last. l Portuguese resident
of the district has reported nt the po
llro station that he saw a hack In tho
vicinity at about 2 o'lloik on the morn
ing of Iho finding of tho gruesoino ob
Jeit. Unfortunately, his susplilon
weio not moused because ho suspected
nothing. He did not notice tho num
ber ns he did not follow' and bo was
too far away to see well. This is an
close as tho pollen lime enmo to a solu
tion of the mfltcr. Indeed, tliey do
not anticipate that tho guilty party or
parties will ever bo nppichended.
Wlicn the leteipts fiom tho Thanks
giving football game were banded in
to-the league, It wns found that, with
the money from tho other games, there
was left tho sum of $103 after pajlng
20 per lent to Oahu College for the use.
of the grounds. There arc two moio
games to be counted on tho ono last
Satuiday and tho Satmday pievlous.
This will swill the Bum to about $i90
so that each of the four teams will
have about JIM to count on as Its
share. This money will be used to de
fray the expenses of tho season Just
closed. The chaining of ndmlsslon to
the games was a happy thought. Had
this method of raising money not been
Instituted, the ho)s would have had to
pay the expenses out of tl)elr own
MORE CANADIAN TROOPS
London, Nov, 21. Canada's offer to
rulso Mill more mounted Infantiy hat
been nctepted. nighty men of Acker.
mann's commando hnvo been captured
in mo uiungo colony.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
tne newsstands. Price 25 cents.
DO M HKi
Shippers Sure That There
Will Be Lively
WILL BE THE SUFFERERS
Thought at First That Sailing Vessels
Would be Bumped Hard Re
ference to Alexander and
The coming of the new freight
steamers which are to ply between San
I'ranclsn nnd ports of these Islands, Is
Interesting ull the skippers In the Isl
and trade at tbo present tlmo and this
muinlng a patty of them were dis
cussing the coming competition whlih
the sailing vessels will have to tontend
It has been the general Impression
since the c&mlng of the new freighters
was known that the sailing vessels
would be tho losers by the new scheme
but It is now considered that the inter
Island steamers, especially thoe run
ning to Kauai will be the losers by the
new order of things, ns Instead of this
city owning a control lu the sailing
vessels will have them loaded direct nt
tho other Islands for San Pranclsco
;ind save tho cost of bringing the sugar
heer to be loadwd.
The arrangements already In prog
ress to hnvo the Alexander & Baldwin
vessels call at Kauai to load Makcwell
sugar would lead to the suposltlon that
this Is correct nnd with sailing visscla
railing at tho different Island ports not
touched by the new steamers 1 will
leave but little sugar for the island
steamers to carry to Honolulu.
So far arrangements have been made
for the new steamers to call at this
port and Kahulul only, but as tbt
trade Increases and thu steamers in
crease in mirauers mere is no toning
but that a greater portion of the sugar
crop will eventually find Its way to
San Francisco in the steamers.
UP IN POLICE COURT
AT TODAY'S SESSION
Pour Charged With Vagrancy One
Likely to be Set Free Tomorrow
John Hapa Turns
Tilde were five Porto Rlcans before
Judge Wilcox today. Two middle aged
nen were the first t be summoned
before the Judge. One of the number
stated that he had been In the employ
of Detective Knapa up to the time of
his nrrest on Saturday night. This Is
not ileuled by Mr. Knapa and It would
Seem that the polite have made a nila-
tukc In iiiitMIng this mnn.
The steps leading up to his arrest
were these. A telephone message was
leeched at the police station Saturday
night to tho efftct that a couple of
Poito RIc.ins were hanging about the
Salvation Army Homo nt the lorner of
Puuilibowl and King stuets. A police
oiricer wns sent up to tho plnco and the
man refened to, bcsldeH ono other,
It seems that the Porto Rlcan refcr
ird to ns having been cmplojed by
Detective Kan pa, was given some mon
ey on Saturday. Ho bought some fruit
und went to the Salvation Army head
quarters to give It to his daughter who
has been glv'eu Into tho hands of the
Indies in thargo of the home for safa
keeping und education. It was while
In conversation with another Porto
Rlcan suspected of vagrancy that he
Was ariestcd. Iho cam was continued
until tomoirow und it Ik probablo that,
when the faifs given above aro made
known to Judge Wilcox, a nolle prose
qui will be entered and (be defendant
Tho tiises of Venturn Castlro and Pa
ro Llvcrt, two young men, took over
nn hour of the court's time. These
defendants weio arrested at Iwllel
Tho Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all partB of the United
States and Europe.
OUlcc, 1047 Bethel St.,
oppoBlto Honolulu Market
whero they were said to have been
hanging nbottt for the past two months
or so. The principal witnesses In the
case were Sidney Jackson of the Pub
He Works Department and Louisa, a
Porto Itlcan girt who makes her home
In Iwllel. Both testified that the two
oung men were hopeless vagrants and
that the wife of Paro was living a llfn
of Bhamc to support her husband.
John llapa was called by Paro as a
witness on his side but he was very
much surprised to find that John had
not n single good word to say for him.
In fact, the witness t stifled that the
two young men were vagrants of th
worst sort. In tho case of Ventura, he
had offered the tmng mnn something
to do nnd he had absolutely refused tu
Judge Wilcox stated that one of tho
Sunday papers had given him the credit
of sending Porto ftlenn vagrants to
Jail for six months. He had been In
tho habit of sending them over for two
months. In the case before him, l.e
would ralrc the limit n bit nnd give
tho defendant three months Imprison'
ment nt hard Inbor. '
Henr Keel), another Porto Rltnn,
was charged first with being a common
nuisance. This wns thanged to
drunkenness, to which iharge the de
fendant pleaded not gullt. He told
Ills Btory In a straightforward manner
In his broken Kngllsh nnd said that
John Hapa was the man who had caus
ed all the trouble which he had had on
Saturday. Judge Wilcox remarked that
If he and Hapa were shaken up In a bag
together, he would wngcr thuf Hapi
would drop out first.
Wnlluku. Dee. 7. A concert was
given In the Wnlnec native church.!
Ijihalna, last evening for the benefit of
the Grand Union Sunday school exhi
bition to take place nt Ijihnlna in
July, 190J, Thoso who took part were
sihool thlldren from 1-alinlnnlunn
seminary and Ijihalna government
aMmnl tits,, n , liririm fpnm ftlnunlit A I
nti'nfrf rnnftlstlnc nt A'tRst-n .T- M '
Kaneakua, D. Kapohaplmohcwa, R, J.
K. Nawahlue, M. Kaululnulahu and K.
Mnkln Kapoo made quite a hit during
the evening. Their singing wns very
muth appreciated. About $100 was
realized. P. N. Kuhokuolunn acted as
stage manager, during the evening.
BOSTON CONCERT COMPANY.
On Saturday evpniug th Boston
Concert Company mtve thu first of a
series of two concerts at the Hawaii
an Opera I louse to a very large and
enthusiastic audience. Ilernhard Wol
tbers, the brilliant Belgian violinist,
opened thojirogram with vtlenlawskl'a
"Romance and Rondo," which ho
played fairly well. His second and
third numbers, hy I-arasote, he playod
with considerable dash and brilliancy.
Lillian Norman, the mezzo-Boprano,
has an exieptlonallty sweet volie and
srlendld stage presence.
Cyrus Brownlee Newton, tho hu
morous Impersonator, was at his best.
He Ik very versatile. He recited "Thnt
Old Sweetheart of Mine" In a most
charming manner. Newton, however.
Is good bh a humorous impersonater.
He kept his audluncti in a continuous
roar of laughter In two of his own pro
ductions, "The uld Schoolmaster" and
"Aunt Stiitsnlky." The company Is nn
exceptionally strong one, and remarka
bly evenly balanced.
Hawaiian Opera House this mfwypa
Their second nnd last concert will
take plaio at tho Hawaiian Opera
House this Monday evening, with the
rendition of the following program:
Violin Solo "Adagio Pathetlque,"
Song "For tho Sake of tho Past,"
Impersonation 'The Studio."
Violin Solo "La Hondo des Lutlns"
(Ulves' Dance), Bnzzlnl.
Song (a) "Tho Rosary," Nev In! (h)
"Come Dance tho Ropiaika," Llzt I.ch
Impersonation "Spanish Duel."
Violin Solo (a) "l,ovo Bong." Sain
ton; (lit Mazurka, Wclnlawskl.
Song "My Heart at Thy Swe
Voice" (from Sanihon and Delilah"),
Impersonation "On the Wheel.'
RUSSIA. IS ANXIOUS
Tientsin, Nov. 2it: According to
rumor circulating In diplomatic cfrcleL
Hero, iiusHia BcemB to have round It
disadvantageous for herself to retard
thu progress of tho Manchurinn nego
tlntlons, nnd has deilded to Blmnlify
tho nlleged agreement with China on
this affair so as to hasten Its final ion'
elusion. Japan Times.
8CH00L AGAIN ENTERED.
Evidently thero Is a persistent thief
who has hlseyo on tuu Kamehamcha
Ulrls School. Ho entorcu tho lnstlln
lion saturtlay at about midnight, as
has nlrt ady been mentioned in another
column. This morning tno principal
of thu school laid in another complaint
which was to tho effect that the Bchool
had ngaln been entered, at about 2rt5
a. m. Somo of tho smaller girls gave
thu alarm. As far as could bo learn
ed, nothing had been stolen, tho thlnf
probably being frightened away bufore
liu had carried his plaits Into opera
tion. The pollto aro making an Inves
tigation, but, so far, nothing has hcou
learned of tho injsterlous thief.
A Board of Survey compoecd of
Lieut. Com. Pond of tho U, S. S. Iro
quois, Captain Cameron of the Ameri
can Record nnd Cnptaln Andrew Full'
er of tho Bureau Veritas, visited the
blilp Roanoke this morning for the
purpose of suiveylng the dnmngn dona
by the lira In her uml. Cnptnln l'jnd
will make the report of tho condition
of tho vessel.
I Id TAX
Falls Under Treasurer's
ACCOUNTS FOR BUT HALF
THE INCREASE OF TAXES
More Liquor Licenses Granted and
Some Refused The Honolulu
Limits Rule Against
The lond aiillclpitlons of Ticimirer
W. 11 Wright regirdluK the icveuilti
to ho obtained from the tntonm tax
hove been sadly dashed Thole will
be little more than half t;iu money
-''th was expected.
Mr. Wright presented a statement
u.' Income tnx reallzitliins to uovtruor
Dole at tho oxecutlvo mum II this
morning. The total Income tnx from
nil the Islands will amount to about
fuSS.OliO. Treasurer Wright had figur
ed on $)'on noil. Of the sum stated, the
Island or Onhu contributes JJi.T.Slii.SJ,
or about S- per cent of the whole. Tho
.1, lltimi.int Hat ulll n,it ti.nLu n pmnl
..,,. .., ,i iff ,... i. i.nir nnlv jut mn
for ,,,, iaiauj, Th8 tr,nc u.r
i! per cent on the entire assessment
for Oahu, whlih Includes Honolulu.
Actordlng to thu Inst monthly state
ment puhllshtd by tbo Trensmer, the
total receipts for Novemoir this jear
........ ! in ii'.i -..-I..... -,., if, .,-
r0,'ti. corresponding month Inst joar.
t. . ... , .,... ,... . ,
For tnxes nlone tho receipts amounted
tr tl llTfi M. an nt.nln.it nnlv t llTl! OOO
.- T. ...... .., ..n ..Mux.afc ,.., v.'"""'-
' tnf lt,A uanm lin.lml l.ul ton. 11...
increase Is fGOU.filo, 01 whlih tho In
tome tnx is only to bo creoitcd v,i..i
about one-half, Instead of "tho grcatei
part, as tlalmed by a late reviewer
i.: I lie statement.
Business done by the exicutlvo
count I! this morning, so far us tho pub
lie Is permitted to know, was confined
to the disposal of liquor lliense appll
A. Bouip'ko was granted n Mght win.)
nnd, beer license ou tho udvlce of tho
Sheriff, for Walmea, Kauai.
An application for a light wine nnd
beer Ik en so by Oeorge Kaon, at Ka
Uhlwal, was deferred.
A light wine and beer license to' A.
S Serrao, at South Hllo, was refus
ed. M. B. Holmes was granted a dealor'a
license at Honokaa. Hawaii.
J. M. Camara was refused a dealer's
license for a stand In King street, east
of Alakca. Honolulu, on account ;f bu
rnt; UUlBlllt' me limns
JAPANEHE ATTACKED LUNA.
Saturday forenoon last, a Japanese
laborer at the Honolulu plantation, at
tacked his luna, u Portuguese, and
beat him quite badly. Fortunately, as
sistance wns close at hand nnd the
Japanese wns pulled off. He and the
luna had had a misunderstanding about
certain work that was to bo done.
Deputy Sheriff Fcrlandes was siv-
moned. The response to the call was
Immediate, the Jnpnncsowns arrested
anil before many hours had passed by,
he was fined )2.i nnd costs In tho DIs
Diet Court. Friends paid tho fine nnd
the Japanese went hack to his work In
FIDoT NATIONAL HANK
NOW DOING BUSINESS
IN ITS NEW QUARTERS
Handsome and Substantial Fittings
and Furniture Compares Fav
orably With Finest Main
This morning the First Nntlonal
Bank of Hawaii began to do buslucu
In its new premises In the Mclntyru
block at Fort nnd King ttieets. The
removal from the original quarters In
tho Campbell block was expeditiously
carried out on Saturdaj afternoon.
Both as regards roominess und
equipment the new- banking rooms
will compare favorably with tbo finest
banks on tho Mainland. Thero la a
broad aisle for customers extending
from tho main entrant c In th eenrner
extending along both Fort and King
street sides, on tho latter lending Into
thu president's ofTlio nnd on tho for
mer Into tho tnvlngs bank compart
runt. Convenient desks are placed at
n viral points In tho aisle, and be
tween them comfortable settles for
ptoplo who wait.
Foldlrp doors ep.iuitn the presi
dent's loom from tho directors' room,
nt tho rear, whereby tho two apart
ments may be thrown Into ono for a
mcetlnp of stockholders. Half par
titions dlvldo tho varlobs apartments,
topped on tbn public sides with baud
tome sen ens of grill wnrk In bronze,
Cnunltrs nnd tiwlci for tho clerical
stall nro most conveniently arranged.
A tcltrMiono Iioi, Itlloveil to bo tho
lllif-t Iiiluidutid In Honolulu, occupies
a corner. Alt of the furniture Is of
soil I rnk, tiintili'iiR the partitions In
the same material.
On the north side of the main office,
facing King street. Is tho fireproof
vault of steel Moor and walls billlt upon
a foundation of coral and cement. In
Bide the vault Is burglar-proof where
the gold Is kept.' The savings bank
department already mentioned form
a distinct business ns required by the
charter of the main institution It Is
sltunted In the northwest corner of
the premises. The plate glass win
Ions nre to bo covered Inside to a
height of six feet with oak grlllwork.
Following Is the list of officers of the
First Nntlonal Bank: Cecil Brown,
president; Murk P. Robinson, vice
president; W. O. Cooper, cashier; Cecil
Brown, Mnrk P. Robinson. August
Drelcr, O. J. Waller nnd L. L. Mc
!(! Mill HIVE
The polite leptrt overthlng verv
quirt nt Knknal.o during Snturdn) and
Sunday nights. In fait. Kakanko Is
becoming quite n rcspertnblc place,
so the police say. The mounted patrol
men who nre the ones dt tailed to that
district for duty, claim that all this
Ik due to Uic fart that beer saloons
li.no been established there. The beer
Is supplied nt a cheap into and has
done awn) with the swlpea that used
to p rev nil In Knkaako nnd that, on ac
count of Its very nature, was wont to
place those iti Inking It, In a vicious
I a mc of mind.
One of the pa trnl min hid the follow
ing to fcnj lo a Bulletin reporter to
day: "Pnvlously we mctl to lnve all
kinds of cutting uffinjs to deal with
In Knkaako but now It is rarelj that
in nrrest Is made on Sntitrd.i and
"As ion know, Knkaako Is the
dwelling place of sailors, rind work
trs mid common laborers of nil kinds
who, when thtlr week's work Is over,
take to the bottle y way of lelaxa
tlon nnd n good time. When tho
swlpis Joints were running, the nn
lives, who form the great majority of
the leslileuts of Knkaako, were in the
habit of doing all manner of mlsihlef.
The advent of the beer saloons has
seemed to thange all this. Now the
nntiveg go to these places Instead of
the swipes joints nnd, In place of be
toinlng scrappy, they now seem to Iv
come very drows) nnd go home to bed.
Although the beer saloons nre object
ed to by n great many people of the
city, I am of the opinion that they have
salved to a great extent, the vice prob
lem of Knkaako."
IF IT Will
Prince David Kawananakoa. a devo
tee of golf, has laid out links on some
of the O. R. & L. Co.'s land at Wnlahia.
a short distance from the Hnlelwa ho
tel, where he and a number of friends
phi) ed n number of matches on Sat
urday nnd Sunday Inst. Among the
pl.ijers Sunday was John II. Wlso who,
although It was the first time he had
ever Indulged In tho sport, bested all
comers with ense. Wise now claims
there Is not a game ho has ever plajed
that enn touch golf for pure sport.
It Is understood that the links nt
Wnlnlliia aro to he improved nnd that
there will be matt lies there from tlmo
to time. Ah Prince David Kawanana
koa and Jonah Knhinlannnlc are con
tcmplailng the building of a country
residence at their place In Walalua
soon, tno project or tno improvement
of the links Is pretty sure to be car.
Postage on the Bulletin's soeclal in-
dustrial edition It three cents to all
parts of the States.
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Last oxpress steamer to coast before
Ship our packages by
WELLS. FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
With Union Express Co,
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Mother sighs for them,
When she tees them,
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Ml FAST II
School Marm's Are Not
Pleased with the
STEAMER COPTIC MAKES
YERY FAST TRIP HERE
Beat Her Former Run Bj Over
Two Hours Has Many
The steamer Coptic from Vokohajiv
after n line trip of n little over nlnn
dnjs nrrlvtd off the harbor very early
this morning and soon after daylight
was boarded by the quarantine phsl
clan Mip was at the Channel wh.irf
j few in I mi tea afttr S o clock and be
Ann discharging her freight Immedi
From Yokohama the best of weather
was experienced nnd the passengers
all had a most mjojnblo trip. On nc
count of the line weather tho big bo it
wns enabled to make much better time
than usual mid this trip alio beat her
former record between tie Orient and
this port by three hours nnd twenty
two minutes, her time this trip being
nine da)s nine hours nnd forty-two
Of her through passengers there are
ninny who for several jears have been
stationed In the Orient and are now re
turning to their homes on visits
Among them nre. L. L. Bailey, on
American mining man from India, ac
companied b his wife; J. T. Blgclow,
also a mining engineer, from Siberia;
Col. von Bylevclt of Holland, who for
several jears has been stationed in
Sumatra in command of an Infantry
corps; J, W, Campbell and Tho. Fish
er are representatives of the Pennsyl
vania coal mines and have been on a
tour of the Orient; R. Z. Danncnbargh,
nn ex-Judge In th Island of Sumatra;
Lieut. II. C. Decker, U. S. N., rclloved
from the Helena and on his way home;
Misses C. M. and E. I Gray, two of
the school teachers who wero sent to
Manila In tho' transport Thomas and
nre now returning to their homes much
disgusted with their experience; Baron
II. van Issclmuntten, a Dutch noble
uinn on a tour of the world; Misses
Dessa M. and Olive 1. James, society
ladles of Pittsburg, who havo made a
trip around tho world; Lieut A. L.
Key, IT. 8. N. legation attache at To
klo, returning home on leave; Dr. I. W.
Kite of the U. 8. S. Monterey; and
many others of note.
Of the passengers for this port W. W.
(loodale of Walalua plantation haa re
turned from a short trip abroad; A." J.
Coffeo la the representative of the
Oamewcll s)stcm of nro and police
calls and Is here from Manila to In
stall tho ssteni. He was In this city
during tho session of the Legislature
nnd departed for Manila whero ho In
stalled the sjstem under a $100,000
contract from the civil authorities.
In tho steerage thero arc 243 Japan-
tho Immigrants for thla port who come
seeking labor. They are a very fine
looking lot of people and very different
.from the Porto Rlians,
Tho Coptic snllcd from Shanghai on
the 2ith of November, from Nagasaki
on tho 2fith, from Kobo on tho 27th.
nnd from Yokohama on tho 30th. Sho
brought six da) a later uows of tho out-
sldo world, which is an unusual thing
for a veshel from tho Orient. She'wlll
sail for San Francisco from tho Quar
antine wharf this evening at 10 o'clock.
Shanghai. Nov. 24 Thu Bank of
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Liverpool announces uoiaicallon by an
You know what that
menus. That you can
find at tho
Manafactnrers Sboe Co.
1051 Fort Street,
Babies' Soft Soled Sboe
in delicate shades of blue,
pink and whlto to please
both tho motner and tho
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