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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T TUESDAY, JAN. 28, 1902.
BltmitlotiH mill Help Wuntcil
WANTED Position by young man ns
coachman or any Mini of work E.
V. A. C llullctln. 203C1W
WANTED Position by joung experi
enced man ns bookkeeper or sates
ninn; best of reference. Aililress
II. B, Bulletin. 2034-lw
WANTED A young man who writes
n good hand and has sonic knowl
edge of bookkeeping. W. W , Hullo
tin. 2034 tot
YOUNG man, Bpcaklng English and
French, desires situation as clerk,
bookkeeper or salesman; best rcf
crcnccs. F. J. S.. llullctln, 2053-lw
WANTED lly an experienced ac
countant, n situation In tho city;
has been IB years on plantations in
these Islnnds, but now Intends to re-1
main In Honolulu; first class refer-
ences. Address I. X. L., llullctln of-1
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, writing,
grammar, etc.; day or eve.; $5 mo.
S. A., this otnee. 2052-lw
WANTED lly young man, experienc
ed as bookkeeper or clerk, position;
urst-elass references. Address P. O.
box 827. 20521W
WANTED lly n young man from tho
Coast, position as shipping clerk;
best references. II. E. 0., llullctln.
WANTED lly young married man,
work of any kind. C. P., Uulletln.
WANTED Position by young woman
as nurse or governess for children.
A. C. Uulletln 2052-lw
WANTED Position by young man ns
bill clerk. It. A.. Uulletln.
WOULD like position as watchman
or porter by middle-aged man. F.
E.. Uulletln. 2052-lw
WANTED Position ns night watch
man; best of references, ndustrl
0U3, llullctln. 2051-lw
EXPERT Japanese, first-class cook,
wnnts situation, housework and
small washing. K. O., Bulletin.
FIRST-CLASS lady piano teacher,
easy method, will take pupils reas-'
onable. P.. this olTlco. 2052-lw
GARDENER German, practical, un
derstands gardening In all Its
branches, wnnts situation; prlvato
family. II. F Bulletin. 2052-lw
AN Eastern gentleman desires to glvo
prlvato lessons In English branches F0R SALE Furnlturo for live-room
nt pupils homes. Address C. II. house, with prlvlloge of renting. En
Bulletin office. .052-lw anre at i-or ncnt BRn Aolla lan0i
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions.... 25c
Perllne, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Perllne, one month 60c
This is the cheapest advertising
jver offered the people of Honolulu.
LADIES wishing to commence Instruc
tions this month on the American
Queen Ladles' Tailor System. I. X.
L., this ofllce. 2052-lw
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for tho man holding
position as guardian, postolTtco offi
cial or any oilier position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOH
WANTED A bookkeeper. Address
X. X., enro Bulletin otfice, giving rer
erences and stating salary.
WANTED A small dynamo, from
about 10 to 30-llght capacity. Ad-i
ilrcss L. U-. Bulletin office. lslwl
UJAMTUri 1.-.vnl.Tinl Nltlnffa nl '
once; 5 to C rooms; must bo cen
trally located. Parttculurs to "Cot
tase." thlji office. 20rit Jt
TWO or three rooms In vicinity of Em
ma Square or thereabouts, not to
exceed $15, for light housekeeping;
best of reference. E., Bulletin.
WANTED Property owners to know
that plato glass can bo Insured fiom
any form of breakage at The Ho
nolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
WANTED Second-hand flat-top desk,
with drawers at both sides, leather
on top preferred. Address Desk,
Bulletin olllce. 2050-lw
WANTED 5i 0 men to shavo for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St.; flvo whlto bar
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
MiQonnel's, Garden lane. 2055-tf
TO LET Cottages oft" School St. nr.
Xuuanu, $15 and $17, On Insano
Asylum road, $12.50 and $6.50. P.
E. II. Strauch, 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort St. 2051-lm
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
TO LET Furnished cottage, on tho
corner of Fort St. and Fort lane. Id
qulro of M. C. Pacheco, Bulletin of
TO LET Itesldenco of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl, furnished good bathing;
vacant January ICth. Apply Wntor
houso & Pndmoro. Bothol ami King
M. DAVID80N Attorney-at-Law,
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attomey-at-law;
I. M. LONG Offices 3-33 Campbell
bldg.; Tel. Main 278.
Ails, will be Inttcrted IMII1II.
WANTED At once, young man for
Insuranco ofllcc; one who under
staiulB slioitliaiul preferred. E. C,
YOUNO man, 30 years of ngc, desires
position as night watchman. Henry
Knumal, Queen cor. South St.
FOR February 1st A first-class cloth'
Ing salesninn, ono thoroughly com'
net cut to buy for and manngo do'
partincnt; stato experience, whero
last employed and salary expected.
It. llullctln. 2032-lw
WANTED Two young ladles for can'
dy Btore; references. 11. T.. Uulle
WANTED German girl to tnko caro
of children. I. II., llullctln.
wnnitu l oung gin io no general
housework. A. M., llullctln.
FOR SALE California cannry birds;
flno singers. Enquire Madame Lam
bert, cor. Vineyard and Punchbowl.
FOR SALE Furnlturo of 5-room cot
tage, all first-class; easy terms;
privllego of renting cottage. En
qulro first cottago on Emma Square.
FOR SALE CHEAP 18-year lease of
newly built cottages ana l nowiy
built stable (00x50 feet) on Pauoa
road, near bridge, with following In
cluded; (i flno horses, 1 surrey, 1
new hnck, 2 pair single harness, 1
pnlr double harness, 1 carrlago pole.
A bargain at $3500. Inquire of JOS.
FIUAS, Fort Street, opposite Hack
FOR SALE House nnd lot, desirable,
location on Prospect Street, and
commands flno view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Wnlanno moun
tains. House has 70-foot veranda
and contains following rooms; Dou
ble parlor, dining room, three bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and wntcr closet. Stables and ser
vants' quarters on premises. Yard
laid out with fi nit trees, somo of
which uie bcnrlng. Size of lot ICOx
120 feet. To bo sold on easy terms.
Inquire of JOS. FIUAS, Fort Street,
opposite Hnckfcld's. 2051-lw
FOR SALE A fine, old fashioned koa
table. In good condition. Inqulro at
LUIha St., No. 1047, three doors
above School St. 2052-lw
ELEGANT mahogany folding bed, B.
11. carpet, couch, chairs, dishes, etc
Address A., llullctln. 2052-lw
FOR SALE Farm of 10 acres, with
house, all Improved nnd fenced, nt
Honokaa, Hawaii. $1500. Lot, Kc
unlo, 50x100, $S00. House and lot.
King St.. 00x120. $3000, part mort
gage, part cash. Leasehold, 20 years
on King St.. nr. Llllha. 77x200.
House and lot Manoa Valley, 77x
200, $1200. Inquire S. Decker, with
W. V. Wright, King. cor. South St.
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horso
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. U., Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for Ailing. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin nf.
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE Tho
"Talula." ns sho now lies In the har
bor. Sho Is a nearly now boat, la
perfect working order, and has been
of lato used In towing at Kahulut
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle.
Apply at this office. 2035-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite, large, airy
rooms; table board If desired. 144
Berutaula St. Islw
NICELY furnished room, central loca
tion, with or without bonrd, for two
gentlemen. Inqulro Bulletin office.
WANTED Board and rooms In prl
vato family for thrco adults; must
bo central. Address E., Bulletin.
WANTED Sunny room for gentle
man, with boaid prefened; central
ly located; ono with fam..y musical
ly Inclined; statu terms. W., Bulle
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newlv furnished rooms, mosquito
proof- terms ronsionnliln 19.10-tf
LOST A Gorman Dachshund (fO'
malo), brown color, answers to namo
' Negn ; suitable roward for return
ing to II. A, lsenberg, cor. Wilder
Avo. and Punnhou St. 2055-31
LOST Breastpin, Ivy leaf surrounded
by diamonds; reward. Bulletin of
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to havo stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest flro insuranco companies.
LOST A small silver watch.wlth gold
chain; Initials L. T. on watch. Bo
turn to awallan Hotel. Howard.
FOUND Tho Canton Marino Insur
nnco Office, Ltd., nt Honolulu In
voBtment Co, 2051-tf
A. G. CORREA Attorney nt law; 58
Merchant St., next to postofllce; Tel.
F. M, BROOK'S ..ttornoy; rooms 9-10,
Sprccltels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu St ; Tel. !81 Main.
-iitf 'trtinftfrrnfr I, W. jjjius,
E. J. WALKER Cotfco Broker; room
4. Spreckcls bldg.
C. A. COWAN 11SG Union St.,' opp,
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD &. LANGSTON Contract
ors and Ilulldcrs; llo8 Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Flno cnrrlagcs, wagons, harness
nnd whirs; Ileretanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
HOTEL St. opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
mcrclal Law and Adjustment Agcn
cy; rooms 10-10 Magoon bid. Tel. 328.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel SUM gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lege '92; Masonic Tcmplo; Tel. 318,
DR. Q. W. RAYMOND Room 3, Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 46 Bcrctanla St.;
office hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice
dress patterns, flno linens, whlto
goads, laces and trimmings, Rich
ards near Hotel St.
W. BEAKBANE Cara engraving and
stamping; room 2, L..to bldg.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Main 58 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mgr.
NIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRES8 722
Fort St.; Tel. Wnlto ..81 nnd Main
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Iicthcl St., opp. Wavcrloy blk.; Tel,
C21 Uluo; pkgs. called for and dol'd,
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggage express
and drayago; Tel. Whlto 821.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; l'. O. box 92; of
llce room S, Spreckcls blk.; Tel. 791
Blue; res., 3441 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In the month.
J. E. GOCAS Bcrctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orphoum blk.;
Tel. B81 Blue.
F AVEIROS Groceries;
Walklkl of Emma St.
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
nld, Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNES3 COCorncr Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 731.
REIS & QUINN
Tol. 290 Main.
-King St., near Fort;
HAIRDRE8SING AND MANICURING.
MISS M. E. WYNN nichards near
Hotel St.; halrdrcsslng, shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; 'icl. 521 Blup ,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tol,
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Metropole Ho
tel, room 12, Alnkca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Love bldg.. Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLOR8
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 204 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. next to Love
bldg ; choice lino of now millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Butterlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN minting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
C. H. BROWN Sanitary plumbing;
Territory Stables, King St.; Tel.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye. Enr. Nose and
Thoat: offico nt Eye nnd Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODOINS Eyo. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; office Alakea
St., intoly occupied by Dr. Murray;
offlro hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Berelnnln Avo.; Tol, Blue 821.
M. G. 8ILVA Agent for real estate
also to grant marriage licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
P. fc. R. STRAUCH Heal estato hand
led to best ndvnntago: houses rent
ed; loans negotiated: houses lmllt
nt lowest prices; 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort St.; Tel. Main 278.
GOYERNORTAFT ARRIVES INSAN FRANCISCO
JUDGE WILLIAM H. TAFT, GOVERNOR OF THE PHILIPPINES.
San Francisco, Jan. 21. Tho trans
port Grant, three days overdue, ar-
rhed last nlg..v from Manila, bearing
as Its most Important passenger V.
II. Tart, Oovcruor or mo ruiuppine
Islands. Sho came througn tbo Heads
too lato to be passed through quaran
tine and nnchorcd off Mclggs wharf.
Governor Tnlt, who uns been Indispos
ed, thouch not dangerously 111. through
tho whole voyage, was connncu to nis
cabin, nnd could not come to tho rail
to nnswer questions. Through hla
private secretary ho Issued tho fol
Tho Governor states that thcro has
nover been a tlmo since tho United
States becamo Interested In the Isl
ands that the attitude of tbo Filipino
peoplo ns a wholo nas boon so
Irlcndly to tho civil government es
tablished by tho United States an
now. The war is at present confined
to two provinces, Uatangas and Sa
mar, and operations In Uatangas oc
casionally range In tho neighboring
provinces of Tnyabas and Laguna.
General Whcaton assured Governor
Tart before ho loft that tho provinca
of Bntangas nnd the neighboring
piovinces would bo pacified before tho
1st or March. The piovinces of Ccbu
and llohol, until recently dlBturocd
by insurgent operations, have now bo-
como pacified, all of the Insurgents
therein surrendering, in tho other
thirty-one provinces organized by civil
government there is peace and condl
lions are Improving dauy. Tne people 1
of tho Philippine Islands arc very anx-
lous ror congressional legislation look-
ing to tne permanent cstauiisnment or
a civil government. The civil govern-
ments established by tho commission
are wording satisfactorily. The clilct
difficulty has been In policing tho
provinces In which thcro has been
recent war and In wnlch small ladronn
bands continue. Tno establishment of
a Philippine constabulary by tho civil
government, consisting of natives of
tho provinces, officered partly by
Americans, has been most successful.
nlthough the organization of the con- transport, however, nnd It was not un
stabulary nnd Its equipment Is not yet til some time Inter that Governor T.ift
complete. Governor Taft's health has smoothed matters over by Issuing a
been much Improved by tho voynge.
though his strength has not yet been
restored. He Is accompanied by Mrs.
Taft and their thrco children. Ho will
leave for his Cincinnati homo Thurs
day evening or Friday morning, and
leaving his family thcra will proceed
Tho Grant was reported at 8 o'clock
and camo to an anchorage on hour la--T
i VS -f J?Z iZJ -.1! - Vif & --y
A concert by the pupils of the Sacred
Heart Convent In the new building en
Fort street, was given yesterday after
noon for these who assisted at the
Catholic fair somo weeks ago In and of
the new structure. Besides a large
number of ladles there wcro present,
the 'Bishop of Panopolls and Capt.
Ilarnnud and several officers of the
cruiser Protet. Tho entertainment was
In the upstairs auditorium and began
at 3 o'clock. Following Is a complete-
program of the afternoon:
Overture Buccphale Galop... Dcssaux
Misses 11. Bcrtclmnnn, A. Sullivan, H
Evans, M. Qulnn.
Motion Song Llttlo Girls
Blue Bells of Scotland F
Violin and Plnnor-Mlsies I
Gorman, M. Chuck Hoy. A. Gon
Tho Lily of tho Valley ....
Mlbscs McVeigh, C. Jarrett,
Homo, Sweet Home Mack
Zither and Piano Misses A. Hughes,
B. Nleper and E. Wcssls.
Overtures des Marionettes . .C. Gurlltt
Misses II. Dwlght, M. I.nrscn. M.
Basket of Hoses L. Streabbog
Misses A. Hughes, E. WesselB, B.
Nlcpcr, R. Bertelmann.
Hand Exercise Song ..
E. MORIKUCHI 4 Hotel St.. nr. Nil
unnu. Felt, straw, panama hatB
AMY LENNON Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Knnhumanu St.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Hotel St. opp. Hawaiian
J. P. RODRIGUES Merchant tailor;
722 Fort St., opp. nackfeld Tildg.
OROTE & CRAMER Tailoring nnd
repairing, Union, near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker and
embalmor: Fort SL. opp. Club Sta
hies; Tol. 62 Mnln: res., 1482 White.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant 8L
ter. For n week a prlvato car has
been held In rcadlnoss oh tho Oakland
mole to connect with tho earliest over
land train nrtcr the steamer passed
quarantine. Il was planned that tho
Slocum should tako him from th
transport to tho pier, and thus snvo
tho delay that would bo occasioned If
he remained nboard tho ship until she
docked at Folsom street. When 11
was learned iiiat the Grant could not
pass quarantine, last night this plan
was abandoned, and It appears from
Governor Toft's statement that ho will
remain here until Thursday, probably,
resting from the voyage. This morn
ing as Boon as the transport Is given
a clean bill of health by the quaran
tine, officials tho Slocum, with GenernI
Long and a representative of General
Young, will bring tho Governor ashore
with his family.
The Grant carried 1080 soldiers,
mostly members of tho Fourtn Infan
try nnd discharged soldiers from other
regiments. On the voynge five Inva
lided soldiers died. Tho ship was
three days overdue, owing to rough
weather and troublo with her machm
When tho press launches came
alongside the quarantine guard, which
consists of several customs Inspectors
detailed to guard tho ship until tho ar
rival of the quaranttno officer at Bun
rise, were unusually Btrlct about on'
forcing the rules against approaching
tho vessel. Whcnover n press launch
came within hailing distance and
neked for news ono of the customs
men wns on hand threatening to ar
rest the Intruders If they did not put
orr nt once. At ono time the occu
pants of n Whitehall boat, after yell
Inc the news of the world for the nast
month through a megaphone to those
on deck, tried to tako their reward
by putting In closo to tho companion'
way. when an officious customs In
si ector discharged a revolver In their
direction. No ono wns hurt a1 tho
shot was probably directed so that it
would do no damnge.
The launches still hovered about the
statement to tho press through hi
secretary. Governor Tatt wns more
anxious to glean Intelligence' of cur
rent events for tho period thnt ho
spent crossing the Pacific than he was
to impart Information concerning tho
.Philippines, nnd asked the press repro-
centattves, through his secretary.
about the latest news from the Islands
nnd of conditions In South Africa.
- - -4 j- -i-? - i -1 -- .
Long, Long Ago A. Harrli
Mandolin and Piano Misses H. Qulnn,
March F. Strcabbog
Misses A. Blalsdcll, C. Scarlc, F. Baker,
M. Andradc, A. Hughes, A. Decker.
Wand Drill Little Girl
Violin Solo L'EllsIre d'Amore. . . .
MIss'E. Chuck Hoy, E. Clark.
Hlbon Polka Carl Blanc
Misses C. Chuck Hoy, S. Mclncrny, F,
Baker, A. Ward.
Song B. Hallman
Spanish Danco B. Wolff
Misses A. Ward, C. Jarrett, F. Baker,
Violin Solo A. E. Harris
Misses II. Dwlght, M. Garcia.
Piano Solo Durand
Miss C. Evans.
La Chnsso It, do Vllbac
Organ and Piano Misses M. Suther
land, J. Hansen, A. Sullllvan, S, d
La Xux, II. Achl, A. Hall.
Valse Etlenno Marcel.. C. Saint Snena
Misses B. Bertelmann, M. Sutherland
Mandolin Solo El Turin Wnltx ..
Misses B. Bertelmann, L. Hutchinson.
Les Pompiers M. Watson
Misses C. Evans, N. MiGreevy, M.
Qulnn, L. Salter, M. Garcia.
The Walters' Song Little Girls
Violin Solo Hermann
Misses Mary and Lily Salter.
Piano Solo . J. Leyback
Miss B, Bertelmann
Scarf Drill ,
Piano Duet, Galop . .t C. Jacoby
Misses B. Bertelmann, A. Holstcln,
Violin Duet Sonata J. Pleyel
Misses L. Salter, E, Clark, M. Suther
Gnlop dc Bravoure II. Konalskl
Misses B. Bertelmann, M. Garcia, M
Sutherland, S. de Ln Xux,
Sabbath Bells A. W. Holt
Violin nnd Piano Misses C. Evans, M.
Blalsdcll, L. gaiter, E. Clark, II.
Dwlght, N. Costa, M. Larson
Organ nnd Piano MIsdcs B. Bertel
mnnn. M. Sutherland, S. de Ln Nux
Hawaii Ponol, Tho Star Spangled Ban
ner, Cor Josu Sacratlsslmun
Weekly edition ot the Bulletin $1 a
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
DAMAGES ARE INVOLVED
John Degreaves Must Pay His Wife's
Attorney Frank Brown's Busi
ness Ordered Sold Ans
wer in Partition.
Judges Humphreys and Gear haio
made an order assigning George Lucas
and Jnmes A. Thompson, respectively,
first and second clerks of the First
Circuit Court, for duty at the February
term, Lucns to servo in Second Judgo
Gear's division, and Thompson In that
of First Judge Humphreys,
Judge Gear granted an order to II.
M von Holt, temporary administrator,
to sell the stock and flxtuics of the
business of Frank Brown, deceased, at
cither public or private sale.
Judge Humphreys has ordered Johhu
Degreaves to deposit $10 for costs of
lili wife, whom he libels In divorce,
and $50 for her attorney's fee before
Default has been entered by order of
Judge Gear in John Crowder et al. vs.
Henry Bryant ct al., on account of fail
ure of defendants to make answer.
This Is a suit for $5000 damages
brought by John Crowdcr, John C.
Crowder and II. It. Mncfarlano against
Henry Bryant and Mrs. Kanuha Bry
ant on account of breach of agreement
to refrain from conducting a stags
coach line between Honolulu and Ka
Judge Gear heard and took under
advisement the motion to modify the
order of distribution and to fix om
pensatlon of attorney In tho matter of
the estato of Jose Antonio da Silva,
Answering the complaint of Kalnoa
against Kaoo nnd others, defendants
Kulla and It. A. Lucns her husband say
the allegations are true, they arc will
ing to nblde by the decision of the
court and, In case it shall bo found Im
practicable to have a division of tho
land In question, they consent to n
sale, prajlug thnt they be awarded
their Ian fill share of tho proceeds of
Theresa Alii Kokl, guardian of Josh
ua David Kokl, minor, has filed nn In
ventory showing the ward's estate to
be worth $3700, tho Items being: Ufa
insuiaucc policy, $2500; 10 head horses,
$100. 10 head cattle, $100; real estate
at Watmea. Hawaii, $1000,
Laura K.. Ilnlunlnnl has revived a
petition, heretofore dismissed for want
of prosecution, to be appointed admin
istratrix of her decensed husbands ct'
Lite, consisting mostly of real estate
In Honolulu valued at $1000.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the monoy If 11
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25 cents.
No Sordid Love There.
"You are right. Edgar but theio
are people who still think that you
married me because of my two mil
lions." Nonsense, my dear. I should have
married ou If you had only ono mil
llou." Fllcgcnde Blaetter.
AIND RICHARDS SAYS
' "Friend" Is Old Fashioned
A meeting ot the Missionary Chll-
ilren's Society was held last night at'
the Dillingham residence In Punahou.
The session was opened with a prajer
by Rev. O. H. Gullck and a hymn was
Fifty Years' Jubilee.
The repoit of the secretary, Lorrin
Andrews, was read, whereupon vnsi.
l..,l.l,.,,,n,t of tl,n ..nmmltten roll.
E'stlng of Uev. O. IL Qullck, He. W.
D. Westervelt, Mr. Dickey, Frank
Cooke. Mrs. B. F, Dillingham. Miss
Mnttle Chamberlain and Mrs. Theo
Hlclurds. appointed at the previous
meeting of the society to arrange for
the celebration of the fifty jcais jubi
lee whlili occurs In May. The commit
tee suggested that fle speakers be
elected, each of whom should glvo a
short historical Hketch ot one of the
five decades; tuithcr, to divide the cel
ebration Into two evenings, one ot
which should be ot an historical na
ture, while the other evening should
he of a social character. Finally I was
suggested that It would probably be
necessary to make some changes In
the naturo of the society.
Friend" Under Discussion.
These suggestions weic followed by of MrB. Weaver, was appointed to sug
short 3peoches by Uev. Screno Bishop j gest future changes In the nature of
Rev. O. II. Gullck and others. The , the society. Tho hymn, "From Orcen
paper issued by tho society "The t land's Icy Mountains," wns sung nnd
Friend" of which Rev. Sercno Bishop after a short social time, the Cousins
is tho editor, was the subject of much
dlsi-usslon. Numei.ous of tho old nits-1
slonnrlcs were loud In their praise of
this publication. Tho oldest paper this
side of the Rocky mountains, It had
passed through tho changes of time
and numerous political tiansltloi,s
without altering Its character but still
keeping up the living, puritanical, old
missionary splilt which renders It nl-
most invaluable to the old people who
ame here as missionary workers In
the eaily days. I
It wns stated thnt although the papei
was small and that It was deemed to be
of little Importance by the multitude
still It fulfilled a very great mission
by cheering the hearts ot the old faith-
fuls as well as their children and other
relatives. It was also mentioned that
the paper was widely read and apprc-
elated by the clergy In the out of tho
WORK OF ENLISTING
JAPANESE GOING ON
Plantations Bi.ng Provided With
Hands Something About Re
turning Japanese Laborers
The Japancso employment bureau
whlrh was established In this city
about two weeks ago, Is Blowly progrs
sing. The bureau has Us office in Smith
street, near Hotel, and Mr. Ozawa, a
very Intelligent Japancso who has been
cqnncctcd with labor work hero for a
number ot years, is running thin
blanch under the superintendence of
11. D. Mead.
The solo purpose of the bureau Is to
provide labor for the plantations which
although they nt nil times are In necil
ot labor, are still more so at present,
during the grinding reason. Mr. Mead
states that tho assertion made that
several thousand Japanese arrive hero
a monfli, Is utter exaggeration. Al
though he was not nble to glvo exact
figures for tho last two weeks ho had
figured and thnt during tho flvo months
preceding December 31 the number ot
Japancso which camo Into this country,
exceeded the number of Immigrants for
this placo by 500.
A largo number of tho Japanese who
nrrlvo here aro merchants nnd In the
remaining lot Is n largo number of
women and children. Although the au
thorities are now very strict with re
gard to the emigration of women to
this Territory In order to keep prosti
tution In check, still a large number
ot Japancso laborers bring their wives
and oticn a large number of children
The bureau offers work to the Ja
panese as soon as they aro released
from quarantine. Tho wages nvcrago
$18 per month tor field labor although
somo of the plantations of unfavored
localities offer $20 or even as high na
$22 a month. Women nro employed for
light work, such as irrigating, light
work In tho mills, etc., for a smaller
Many of tho Japanese who come to
Hawaii havo been hero before and It Is
a general thing thnt-they Immediately
return to their old plantations, while
the new Japaneso usually hustle to get
work soon after their arrival, very
few of them joining the gangs of loaf.
cr8 In this city.
The bureau also advertises In the lo
cal Japanese papers announcing that
employment Is given by It nnd a num
bed of the town loafers are beginning
to bo scattered around on the planta
tions. The plantations pay for the
transportation of tho laborer to his des
tination, but tho amount Is drawn
from his wages. If he works for n cer
tain period, however, the surd Is re
funded to him.
Tho bureau Is In Its Infancy yet nnd
tho news ot tt Is just beginning U
spread In tho Jnpanese communities.
It Is hoped that when It becomes mors
widely known the bureau will bo ablo
to do better work and, to some extiut,
solvo tho labor problem.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
Old Fashioned, 8ay Richards,
However, a dissenting voice wns
heard that of Theodore Richards
who In speech deplored the fact that
tho paper was old fashioned and ought
to come under new management
A Cousin Returned,
After theso speeches, Albert Clarka
was Introduced as a "cousin" who, at-
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returned to his home, Mr. Clarke In n
short speech referred to his boyhood
at Punahou ns tho happiest time ot hli
llfo and regretted to hear that the
"Cousins" Society might bo dissolved
or changed in character. Rev. O. II.
Gullck spoko of tho bond ot union
which the society had been In the past
and how much tt had contributed to
wards carrying Hawaii through Ilia
varloiiB crlacs although In Its nature
It was not a political socloty.
H,ev. Dorcmus Scudder on being In
troduced, made a very Interesting
speech on the Christian outlook In the
United States. Ho told several amus
tug anecdotes nnd his speech was much
enjoyed by all thoso present.
Business wns then taken un itcnln.
.rhn -nmn Pnmmltipo with ihn n.iMtin,,
Present nt tho meeting were: Rev,
nnd Mrs, O. II. Gullck, Rev. Screno
Bishop, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Shaw, Miss
Carrie Castle, Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. Locke,
Geo. Castio, MIbs Ethelwyn Castle,
Prof, and Mrs. W, D. Alexander, Miss
Agnes Alexander, Dr. anil Mrs. Whit-
ney. Miss Ada Whitney, Mrs. Weavor,
Mrs. Dlllinghnm, Mrs, Knox, Walter
Dillingham, Frank Cooke, Miss Oil
man, Mrs. S, Kinney. Miss Maud Kin-
ney. Mis, Taylor, MIbs Chamberlain,
Miss Forbes, Robert Andrews, Lorrlu
A ml rows, Prof, and Mrs. Theo, Rich-,
ards, Rev. and Mrs, Doremus Scudder
Rev. nnd Mrs. W. D. Westervelt, Mr.!,
nnd Mrs. W. W. Hall, Miss Charlotte
Hall, Itcv. and Mrs. Leadlngham, Mrs.
Conn, Mrs, Austin, Miss Austin, John
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clarke,
Rev. and Mrs. O. P. Emerson, V. O.
Smith nnd others, ,
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