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Vol. X. No. 207f.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11) 1902
Pkioi: 5 Cunts.
W. A. Wall, tho surveyor, who Is la
charge of the survey and engineering
work of tho Kona-Kau Railroad, ar
rived In town Tuesday morning In the
Mauna Loa. A largo forco of men aro
at present working under tho super
vlslo nof Mr. Wall on tho surveys for
tho permanent location of tho road.
Mr. Coerper, tho vlco president of tho
company, Is at present on his way to
the East, whero no Is to cdncludo cer
tain financial arrangements, at tho
successful conclusion et which tho
company will at onco begin to placo
Its orders for material, etc., on tho
Mainland. It Is expected that tho
company will bo ablo to commence
tho actual work of construction on
lnlv 1. Dunne
tno urao wnicu
ninn.a until that date final financial
ormncrompntB. contracts, etc., will bo,
made, whllo tho survey work win uo
continued under tho supervision of.
Mr. Wall's vUlt to this city was lm- (
portant for the reason that his report
on the conditions of the Kona coast
v.n lA,.l,!fwl hn rnmnhnV to locatO thO
northern terminus of tho lino at Keala- J
kekua Bay nnd not at Kallua as
was generally uouovea.
Thn rpnsnn for this Is that It has
been found that Keaiakekua Hay Is a
far safer port In a kona storm than wls'os the shipping to bo safe as well
Kallua. Tho company has for a long as their own wharves and other prop
time been gathering data on this sub-.crty, Kcalakokua Day will now bo tak
JecU During all the recent konos It ' en jis tho port and terminus of tho
has been carefully noted which places railroad
on tho Kona coast seemed to bo thoj Thcro will probably bo wharves
mini nimiRpil and suffered most dam- constructed on both TITe Nanoonoo and
Tho heavy storm which occurred on
Friday of last week was therefore pc- at the Kaawaloa or northern side
cullarly enough a very wclcomo ono While tho work of construction Is go-1
to the ofOccrs of tho company, as they Ing on, temporary wharves for the
have been waiting for Just Buch an purpose of landing material will bo I
NISMYAMA AND AH WA
AND TUEIR NOVEL PLAN
Fleeced Japanese Right and Left,
And Are Brought up With
' A Round Turn By
Nlshlama, a former special police
.1PUIUIUU, U IWKlltl oyvviua iwiii-vi
..m ...! Ik w. o nhlnnmnn wnll
known In gambling circles in China-
town, were arrested jestcrday after-
noon on the charge of robbery In tho
first degrco and tho evidence against I
the two men Is bo strong that they are
almost sure to serve a term on tho
r.f nv.innmnt hnvn taken nlnen
today which show that tho two men
l.avn been eneaeed stcadllv for some
time past In the work of fleecing Ja-
panese ln the city whom they know
u.rndnlni-thine, rontrnrv to the laws.
Tome, a Japanese woman who lives
on Hotel street and whom the two
raiders Buspected of carrying on a dis
orderly house, called at the police sta
tion jesterday afternoon and complain
ed that on Sunday last she had been
compelled at the point of a revolver to
give up $20 to Nlslilvama and Ah War.
She said these two men called on her
i 1 411 linn 41ia aim mi ntil.1 tin A tn
.t. - - r... ... oi,i
give up the money as Deputy Sheriff
Chllllngworth demanded It. If she did
uui uu us mey Bum. incr nuum eimei
shoot or arrest her.
Shortly after the arrival of Tome at
the police station. Klmurn, an Iwllel ,
Japanese, turned up and laid In a com-
plaint that was almost identical with
the one which the police had Just
slice had Just
. He had also
heard from tho woman
been fleeced out ot $20
a revolver. In both cases, tho Japan-1
You want a good
After somo thinking
we decided that what
Is needed In Honolulu
Is a strictly up to now ;J
and wo havo gono
ahead with tho idea,
fitting up tho handsomest placo
in this city
Wo piesent to tho pub
lic tho facilities, ability
and oxporlenco neces
sary to do the highest
grade of work
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
Entrance on Union,
Bay is Chosen
Of Kona Railway Company
occurrcnco In order that they might
complcto their data bytno aid of tho
largo staff of experienced engineers
which wcro right on tho spot with
As soon as tho storm began, Mr.
Walt sent his men around (o tho dif
ferent points on tho Kona coast and
careful data wcro mado with referenco
to tho strength of tho storm and tho
degree of exposure Ot different points.
Tho data gathered show that Keala
kekua Day Is by far tho safest point
on tho coast.
Whllo tho recent storm destroyed
several wharves along tho coast, tho
only damago dono In this bay was tho
ripping of tno boards off tho present
Government wharf at Napoopoo, whllo I
on tho Kaawaloa sldo no damago was
dono and tho water was absolutely
Bmooth, Whllo no damago was
dono to tho wharves at Kallua, tho
force of tho storm swept tho waves
completely over them and not only
tho wharves but TTio streets near tho
waterfront, tho placo belonging to
Prlnres TlnvM nnd PnnM nnri artvnrnl
stores, wcro Inundated. If a vessel
hail been lying In tho harbor during
tho storm It would havo been In tho
greatest danger of being dashed on
tho beach As the company naturally
iKaawaloa sides of tho Lav. nllhoinrfi
tho larger uhanen will probably be
eso stated that Ah War was tho man
who pointed tho gun and Nlshlyama
the ono who showed a police badgo
and Insisted on tho handing out of the
The last straw was broken yester
day afternoon when the two men went JWO TRAILS OF SMOKE
to a gambling game In which a tot ot
Japanese wero engaged. Nlshlyama COUNTER TO EACH llTHFR
again stated that Deputy Sheriff Chill- """" '" -' UIUCH
Ingworth had sent him to get $20. At
first, the Japaneso wero not Inclined to n..i. L. m ,. ,
tako the matter seriously but Ah War t0graplier Wa3 Called TOO Late,
at least meant business. Once more he
pulled out his revolver and nourished
It at the Japanese. It was not long
before $20 was handed over but Nlshl
ama, seeing that success had been
met with, demanded $20 more. Thli
was also handed over by the Japanese
and tho two robbers went away. Iater
On 1 COITiplallU WaS madO by the E.imb-
'e uut In the meantime the police had
"Ireaily been sent out after tho two
men ""! they wero brought In very
on after the last complaint had been
'"''J'" tA. , ,, , lm
Nlshlyama, although dismissed from
service In the police force as a special
officer somo time ago, either retained ,
nls uad'!0 or mado on0 nlmaelf for all
J,"6 Palca who complained at the po-la
"";i ,, , u MW
ua wne" "C VISlieU mcir places.
Treasuror W. II. Wright told a Ilul
Ictln reporter that ho could not can
cel tho Honolulu beer licenses Issued
prior to Judgo EBteos decision, as It
' ., . ,,,, . ,llrn ', .
ccn80 fceg from tho Tiea.,, without
nnthnrllv nr thn I.nir ulnrnrn. Thn nil.
uatlon npart from tho fato of the ap-
peal Would appear to bo thai tho bus-
Iness of tho licensees may only bo at-
tacked under tho general liquor II-
cenBo law. On tho other hand, taking
h appeal Into account, thcro might
" appeal inio account, moro migni
8 ,r'8k f images for any oxcrclso
BRIG TANNUR ARRIVES.
The llttlo brig Tanner, Captain New
hall, arrived In port this morning after
a stormy passago from the Coast. She
left San Kranclsco January 26 and had
fine weather with good winds during
the first week. In seven days she had
covered over half the distance. On
February 7 she struck a streak of
strong southwesterly winds with heavy ,
hWh 1 IT r EI 1 T,ak !!5
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H tho winds rose to a gale which,)
(striking tho vessel wltli hurrlcano
force, compelled her to lay to with
only a close reefed mainsail, lower forol
topsail and foro top staysail set. Tho
little brig Is nn excellent sea boat, nlan ,u Honolulu and all Hawaii to
I however, and rode like a duck on tholmcct, '" tll "rllUhcd Tuesday even
I heavy seas without Biistalnlnir nnv I ,nB. for t,' purpose, of devising ways
. . j
and as deck load, 300,000 feet of lum-
, oum .ov.vvu .uimi,,u n,u auu Will ,
discnargo at Allen & Iiomnson s wharf.
"Yes," said tho fairy prince, "you
may havo whatever you want for a
Christmas present " "I will chocBe,"
Bald tho fortunato porson, "ouher a
wlfo or an automobile." "How fool
ish!" exclaimed the fairy prince. "Why
do you not select something you can
manage?" IlaU.moro American
built at this point, but on tho Napoo-
From this terminus tho lino will run
up mauka until an elovatlon of about
1400 feet Is reached. Thcro will bo
a junction here, ono lino running
north through North and South Kona,
tho terminus ot wi'ilch lino has as yot
to bo decided upon. It Is posslblo that
a branch may bo built from this lino
running down makal to Kallua.
Tho main lino will run through Kau
to the I'una border line. Two routes.
an upper and a lower line, wero map
ped out for tho road through Kau, but
tho upper ono has bcon abandoned
and tho lower will bo the ono used.
On the border of l'una and Kau dis
tricts, where tho southern terminus
of this road Is to be, tho road will con
nect with tho llllo Railroad Company's
road, which is at present under con
structlon. The work on this lino Is.ed the contract for tho buildings to bo
well under way and has already reach-
cd far Into Puna. Tho connection of
these two lines will bo n most advan -
tageous one to the people on H.w.11.
as It will allow tho transportation of.
l?nndn nnd nnsRpnf-nra lintwnnn tn.i I
goods and passengers between th.)
'windward and tho leeward sides of tho,
Upon tho whole, tho Dig Island will It will contain the slaughter housa
soon havo a splendid system of rail-' proper on the ground floor nnd the
load connections. The Kona and Knu 1 1'Wo nnd tallow houses In the base
Railroad will connect with tho llllo ment. Concrete ffoors will Insure ta
Railroad which, running through tho ' liability of sanitary conditions
llllo and Hamakua districts, will con- There will be cattle, hog and sheep
ncci wuii mo Konaia roail. This will . pens cxirniiiiiK -'", running irci ami . ... .. .. ,ii 1 lvlnclnn I llmo
leave tho wholo Island connected by'oll roofed over Twmty-fHo taps will!?,' fn , I T H,I w l
a continuous railroad sslem with thn, ero rlt water to the drinking!" W Harris. I. l l inKiiam w J,
nipniinn nr thn t,-,i, r c.,...i
Kohnla nnd N'nrihnrn k'nnn i.ii, ia
of very llttlo Importance, as It
sluts of liaro lava plains with only a
few cry small fishing villages on tho
But Unimpeachable Witnesses
Vouch For The
I". C. Jones happened to glamo ou oj
n-vvi l.lll r Wl V.
the window- nf hi. nlH.. nn ll. ......,!.
door of the Judd building this mornlur?"'la,moorf,'1 ln "" lr,,am; '
and he saw a curious thing I'rom the' "'i" ",,0,fn 8 "crc, for1c"aI ah''
smokestack of tho City Planing Mill " "",l1 "' """ on. ',"r''
was pouring thick smoke wblej
Btrcamed mountalnward In the dluc
tlon of Kamehamcba schools At tint
j fame time another volume of umoxo
, being emitted from a tall and
ulcndcr smokestack. Judited to b? unnn
puania rice plantation the trail of
nidi was taken seaward. The two
htrenkft nf smnlfp fnnttA In (HtM,i,rl
! ,, ,..,,. ". .
uuiij uiiuaiio uirecuons, even seeming
to merge Into each other In final dis
solution. Evidently the tlrst one was
Impelled by the southerly breeze that
prevailed In town, white the second
ono wns borne upon zephyr wings
whoso Might arose In Kalihl valley.
Mr, Jones called the attention ot
Jonathan Shaw and John A McCand
less, oicupjlng the same office, to the
remarkable freak produced by con
trary aerial currents. The distance
between the two smokestacks Is only
about a quarter of a mile. So keenly
Interested were the observers lu the
Bight that they Immediately began tu
seek the services of a photographer bo
as to preserve an Infallible record of
something many people might bo slow
something many people might bo slow
, beevo ,J happened. Un-
tho smokestacks concluded their per
However, the witnesses are unlra
peachablo, every one of them having
held high public office besides belne
I pillars of Central Union church. Ths
Hory may readily bo accepted for fu
ture descriptions of Hawaii's marvel
ous climate, as even superior In au
thorltv to the tradition of the man
i over nt Hamakuapoko who outraced a
alnstorm In his buggy excepting for
0RrmohdTtUh cTby e ve
'"" "' of he pursuing show".
8T. PATRICK'S DAY.
A cal1 W"B Issued yesterday by Col.
C' J- McCarthy requesting overy Irish'
nnil nmdllB rn llm nnlAl.nnllnn a
vi(a mi tnu v.uicuiuiuu ui aii
. Pntrlfl'a n.u T., ...tin. fnM. .l.nl
celebration will tako has not lot been
bomo havo suggested a
literary and musical entertainment,
others a ball and still others a ban
quet. At all events, something will bo
Amorlcan pino when green wolghn
forty four pounds twelve ounces to
tho cubic foot. When soasoncd Its
weight lu reduced to thirty pounds
Construction Will- Begin
II. F. BERTLEMANN HAS
RECEIVED TUE CONTRACT
Compact Main Building Slock Pens
Will Have Roof-Water from
(lood and prompt faith Is being kept
by tho Metropolitan Meat Company,
Limited, with the Hoard of Health re
garding tho removal of the corpora
tion's abattoir from Iwllel to Kalihl.
II F. Ilertelmann was today award
erected on tho new slto and will begin
tho work of construction on .Monday
1 next. W. K. Hcllbron ot tho company's
( executivo start will snpenlse the
Tlin main liiilltlhti
' The main building will be a story
and a half frame structure, with
ground dimensions of fifty fed snuaro,
inmcin fnr inn nnlmnla w I Hnir.
land is lavlnc water, nines fnim th,.
con-l'frvl'o mains to the place, 2000 feot
' piping being required,
-N' (o111 storage will be provided nt
.the abattoir. The meat will be on -
ced to town in the company's wng-i
ons and dellvcn.il Into tho cold atur
The new establishment
ready for operation In two
Is to bo
MARGHERITA olli RFEF
Thp Austrian Hlrnrnpr
was reported off Diamond Head a llt-1
tie after noon today. Pilot Mncaulay'" "'mi an association I his assocla
went otu to hei and the vessel pro-1 tlnn drifted nlong until It had been
i ceded up the channel A little out i deemed wise to form a Builders" Ex
from the entrance of the harbor tho change as nn adjunct nnd on tho sama
stierlng gear went foul and tho steam-1 'l" as organizations of the kind In
er went on tho reef The tug Eleu'the big iltles on the Mainland for tlm
went to the rescue but was sent back i purpose of cnntlng a better feeling be
as It was said on board that no assist- twien tho builders nnd those with
mice was rnoulied The Tearless nlsn whom they have dealings Further,
went out but the steamer managed to
get off the reef without aid and pro
ueded to steam Into the harbor whern
It Is said 1
Ml tiNJE W
COLONEL NOBLE'S BOY
ANSWERS LAST CALL
Child Was III on Boarding Ship,
And Gradually Became
Flags were halt masted on tho trans
port Grant this morning on account ot
the death of Palmer Noble, the seven-year-old
son of Colonel Noble, the offi
cer cpmmandnlg the troops on board
Tho child was not well when be
boarded the steamer and during tho
trip the state of his health grew gradu
ally worse, Yesterday it was decided
that It would be beat to Icace the child
In this city and a coupo wus waiting
on tho dock all the afternoon In read!
ncss to bring him off. Tho child was
so III, however, that the doctor would
not permit him to be noved and this
mornlpg at 4. IS death ended his suf
ferlngs. The causo of death was cere
bral Bplnal meningitis.
The body of the child was immedl
ately embalmed here and will be taken
with the -vessel to Manila from which
placo it will probably be taken to the
States tor burial. Kuneral services
will bo hold on board ths transport this
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
A position to do general housework
or care far children Is wanted. Sea
Notice to creditors of tho late Hugh
Mucmlllun appear In another column.
Judgo Holilnson begins tryliu; civil
' "T calleg tliTs afternoon.
S,S. ALAMEDA, FEBRUARY 26
NEXT EXPRESS BTBAMEIl TO
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mes
Builders' Exchange Opened
The llullders' Exchange which was
Just recently formed by tho earnest cn
dcavor of the Master llullders' Assocla-
inn inn,..rn(.i ii. ..in. m i..
tlon, Inaugurated its regular Monday
sessions at Its rooms on the second
lloor of the Elite building from 12 30
to 1 30 o'clock today Everybody was
In a happy frame of mind and conse-
ouentlv tho affair went off most sue-
ressfiillv There were In the neigh- J?'1, . PU"I"B P of buildings In
i.....i,.,.i , n . miil1110 cltv now was largely a goasvoii-
uu...uUu. ...., i.w.u... ..... a
comfortablv the old assembly roomifrom . ch. Rllnrk ,n hBn. , m
that Is right next to the office.
ShorlU after 12 30 o'clock
dent Osborne took hi. place at the head
i.iiiia ru.iB:u .ui iUo iuu..i m-m
Koon filled. Governor Dole occupying a
seat near tho president of the assocla-
, ., ',n.lk,r Ak.' . ,h.
' "or S ' ' Sp ', ,ru a I ,!
, " IKtSLsS
Among those present were.
DaWil Kalauokalanl, HepresentathcH
Tutikl, I'rendcrgust, J. II. Ilo)d, A, O.
Ilavses T F" Osborne, K. W. IJeards-
ir, i. Mi..iiiB oi.un. j u. iw-
well 1) Kanevvanul, C W Dickey, E.
A. I. Newcomb 11 I. Kerr. ITof.
Alexander V E. Howell. J T Tajlor,
W. E Wall. C II. Snjder. J Helscr,
John Walker, W W Graham, E. O.
Keen E C Howe W W Wright. W.
l- n .... t .... t t t,nnl.
i Carroll A flartlty J Hudson, M,
Koliu I Nelll T J llusli Geo Mc-
Clelland O (J Traphagen T I King,
I J. W Wiildnin A V Cooke J Howl-
er J D Cogswell, I II Crolg, Arthul
1 Harrison Joseph Sharpe. W I Harry,
- T IMtj V. 11 I'oulmn C Ster'.tng.
stanlei Stephenson C. A Lewis, W.
f..lt...ll I If .If tl M.I.'MkHl I.
luinun j ii i.e., ii. ..ibiwiuuiv, ...
H Da Ih W J Tngland James Nott
i , p ,;, ,, .. . .,,h ... '
, jr., h. wuiiin, it. vv. iiann, n, v.,
Diiiuan and T . knight
On calling the meeting to order Mi.
Osborne made a few remarks in ex
plunntlon of the object of tho gather
'" He said mat a vear ago mo mas-
'el builders of the city deemed It wise
'1p exchange wns acsigneu 10 no nway
JUDGE GEAR TERMINATES
Since June 14, 1900, We Have Betn
Free-Mr. Tiedeman's Views On
What Constitutes a
Judge Ocnr this afternoon rendered
a decision on the petition of Kebecrn
Panea Humcku to terminate J A
Mngoon's guardianship of the petition
er He Is satisfied from the evidence
Hint the ward does not now come with
in tho definition ot spendthrift; that It
such guardianship over were necessary
It Is no longer so, and that under the
provisions of section 1975 of the Civil
Code the guardianship should bo ter
minated It was deemed unnecessary
to go Into further phases ot tho case.
Judge Gear, however, quotes the fol
lowing passage from "Limitations ot
Police Power" by Mr. Tledeman; I
"The claim has also been mado that
the property of spendthrifts may bo
taken from them and placed under tho
control of a guardian or curator But
It would appear to be a very difficult
matter to determine Just what degree
of extravagance will make the posses
sor of propertj a spendthrift. Web
ster defines u spendthrift to be 'one
who spends money profusely or lm
prov Idently If that be taken as a cor
rect dcflnltlon It would be difficult to
discover In It tho element which would
Justify tho exercise of police powor. If
It bo established that his Improvident
expenditures aro the acts of a deranged
mind then he could lawfully be placed
under guardianship on the ground that
ho Is suffering from a form of demen
tia Hut If n perfectly sane man
chnoscs to spend a fortuno In high
living, prefers the pleasures of a riot
ous life, with poverty In advanced
years, lo an equable and moderate ex
penditure ot his Income .with tho en
Jo)ment ot ease and comfort through
life and a proper provision for his
heirs, who can lawfully hinder him
from making the choice?
"A mnn can do whnt he pleases with
his own property provided ho does not
Interfere with or trnnsgress some vest
ed right of another lie may, llko Ra
phael Aben Ezra glvo away his entire
AT NOON UNDER
with tho acrlmonlousncss that had a great neal more would he a-cnm
existed Ipllshed In tho future tntludad In tin
Tlia BUen,er referred. In passing to past work of the association had ber n
,l,c credit basis which was a part of ih framing of n now biilldln law
,,, exchnnge and ,hIch Ui ,' ol)., which was recognized by local author
jPct the fair treatment of people In the ,tles 8Uch a8 w Smltn a bang so
building line, if not lecallj. then
s"" another feature was tho better-
ment i lho building conditions of the
nleaso matter, all kinds of lm,.
rn.l.lnnr hoin w t J"
res dencn liplnir nllnur1 Thnro wi.ro
.many building l tho eltv Vhs f w hii;
, they looked well on tho outside. mP W iVenrJsleo to espond for t?"
........... ,..o .....o. ,m ,..., u ;,
basis for tho security In tho Hitrom
n t,1( method of construction and tho
Exchange had plolged Itself
iso Popular sciulmi n'must
to this cause
be aroused It anything wro to be
lon ni'l the Exchange stood ready
,0.'1" "" V"0 of ho W0.rk' . .
III Conclusion, Mr Osbomo Said
that In establishing the association
the endeavor had been to nrocecd
, .. - .t.
nicing correri lines ror mis pur-
i pose, an attorney had been retained
T McCants Stewart, tho assocla-
Hon attorney, was thereupon nsked
" n 'e v.ovAa as to tho status of.
the organization I
Mr 8,cwart ""'d ,hal tho Master
cd at a time when the men who carry
Hie dinner pall had asked for an
tight hour day In October or 1H00
was held the tlrst meeting of tho as
sociation and soon a resolution was
passed, granting the plea of the work
ing nun, showing that the maBter
builders had their Interests at heart
The association had met with some
dlUlcultles In the beginning but later
n 1 n nnnallluHnn tuna onrnftlllu iiMl.
UI1 IIIU I-UIIBIUUIIUU WilO tUlUIUIII 1,1-
, i.i ..
' ' iiuh ."; mm w v
semen in mo unueu niaics iiminci
Attornov for an onlnlon. he commend-
,.,, , sprt Rml passed most favorab-
y Pon It. He Btaled further that he
believed the work of tho association!
was calculated to do a great deal of
i good in mo iipuuiiiiing oi me city oi
Honolulu anil me lerrnory, (erences between tno oullilcrs, thn
j Tho association was face to faco laborers, and tho people who might
lulth thn hltllillni. nn nt n nnw eitvlunnl wnrtf dnnn Hn wlshnil thn f?vt
Honolulu and the Territory
nnd tho builders felt llko soldiers on
the field of battlo nerved by tho touch
of elbows each with tho other. Ily
means of the atttoUatlon. It was felt
that disputes between tho members
themselves and tho men win carl)
the dinner palls, could be settled
Tho speaker said a great -leal una
iieen atcompllsncu aireauy anil inai
fortune and become a beggar and a
wanderer upon the face of the earth,
and no one In a free state daro deny
him that privilege. And what he
could give away, without receiving
nnj equivalent therefor. Jic may dis
pose of In riotous living "
Judge Gear docs not go Into the
constitutionality ot the law. but sajs
that since June 14 1900, we have been
living In a "free" country nnd Mr
Tiedeman's closing remarks appl In
full force to us
i)av Id I)n ton has qualified as admin
istrator ot the estate ot Hugh McMil
lan, deceased, which consists ot per
sonal effects worth $100 and two lot
In Kaplolanl Park Addition of value
C, K, C Rooke ot England, by his
attorney, J, Alfred Magoon, has dis
continued his suit In ejectment against
Mar M Seabury and Illshop Gulstin,
trustee. One heir Is known a brother
In Northumberland, England.
John S Walker, administrator of the
estate of J C Strow, deceased Is or
dered to pay $38 37 Into court, when
he will be discharged A leturn of
sales of 15 shares Walalua clock 30
per cent paid netting the estate $G7J
75 is filed
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' ' """ " .'" 'a "w i i-iat it
was Incorporated in toto In onp uf thn
municipal charter bills Introduced at
the last session of tho t.egis'at ire
The spirit of tho Master mnlders'
Association said the speaker, was to
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onng into tho association all reprx
"''' oi no various industries.
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stated that his being called on was in
Interpolation to which ho most strcn
uously objected Howcer, ho wai
prepared to say that tho' exocuthe
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and oorthlng It was told to do Tliut
was all ho had to sav
I Pernor 5olo '. unexpectedly
'rnllnil nn In .nnntc hill l.n u.no .,l
anj, on ar8nRi stt, that ho had been
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which had been made. It seemed to
lilm that the llullders' Exchange was
something Important and Influential.
u would no doubt stand for better
work and would Inlluenco legislation
In the right direction, something that
was very much wanted In a great
Further than this It would remove
the friction which had been experi
enced In tho past Tho outlook to him
was most encouraging Horo tho
Governor referred to tho careless
building that had been going on in
the city and tho inattention shown tn
thy Interests of the various owners In
the work that had been done.
It was surely au advaiTtago for thn
builders to bo united and In tho ac
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ngn wmen mey uau vaxen io accom.
pusu mu Cnu, ne coum not sco tno
least slcns of n. trust or auv Indlc-atlnn
thct tho prices ot building would Vi
The speaker said he bolloved tho
exchange would work to the fntctest
or tho public In the adjustment of dlf
change godspeed In Its work.
At this point President Osborna
stated that It was tho Intention, bi
ginning with today, to have the regu
lar dally meeting hour from 12'30 to
1 30 and that it was hoped all build
rs and business men Who could b
present at that tlmo would not fall to
STEAMERS AND SAILING
YESSELS IN TROUBLE
Garden Isle Has Its Share of Pre
vailing Conditions Malolo
Forced to Put Back
Tho Inter-Island Bteamer Mlkahala,
which arrived from Kauai this morn
ing, had a very rough trip. Tho fol
lowing report of Purser Krlcl shows
that tho Garden IbIo has had its sharw
of tho recent unpleasantness:
"Arrived at Nawlllwill at 7:25 a, m.
February 14. after a very rough trip
crossing tho channel, with strong
southwesterly winds and high seas.
Landed mall and passengers and left
Nawlllwill at 10 a m. Went down to
Makawcll but It was too rough to
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Most girls aro hard on shoes,
especially so whllo at Bchool.
Only good, honestly made
shoes cau stand such sorvtce
very long. At