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Vol, X No 2123
HONOLULU. TKUKITOKV OF HAWAII. WBDNKSDAY AL'IUL Hi 102
Piticn 5 Ckxts.
B ft-a-arn-?tn"ra nTt-tr-t' HWSKEa -
t'MMM i. r
!'' "I'M TOO SICK !'
t'. VI l
1 - !!
First and Final Report
Received and Jurors
WARRANTS ARE ORDERED
ON THREE INDICTMENTS
Nimes of Indicted Persons Are Kept
Secret Pending the Arrests
All the business of the United States
District Court this morning conslstel
In retching the fltst and final report
or the Kiand Jurj. Uclng Informed It
mis coming, Judge Hstce took a recess
... ton Mlniit.. In nunlt the ri liort. Tho
V I.... ....... -w -. ,
ginnd Jury did Its woik up In two
Judge Kstee cordially thanked tho
gtand Juiy for Its quick dispatch of
business Foreman C. C. Kennedy be
ing asked said he did not think It ne
iHnry to hae the repoit read In
court, and It was theietore merely or
deied to be filed. The clerk was unlet
cd to have bench wanantB Issued for
those Indicted not aheady In custody
uml to place their Indictments In the
meantime on the closed file. The grand
Juiy was discharged with Institution!
to diaw their pay. tho court stating
that the clerk might by law only draw
his fees as a grand juior. C. A. Giu
buni had acted as cleik. Follow lng Is
Hie report of the grand Juiy, leavliu
out the list of till" Indictments at tho
..ml nf If
Honorable M. M. Kstee. Judge of the
United States Dmtrlil cjouri. oi inu
Tenltory of Hawaii,
'ii 1 he Grand Jury, empaneled,
born and chaiged by you on the 14th
.!. r,t Mirll. 1902 Imvlnu concluded
Its duties, begs to submit lietcwlth tho
Tii i'niie,i Ainteu District Attorney
has brought to the attention of this
(luind Jury four cases, all of wnicn
v,,.... i.eon rnrprullv (ousldcied. and In
thiee cases true bills of Indictment
have been found and letiirnen in jour
Honorable Couit, and In the fomth
case no bill has been returned, as the
evidence presented was not deemed
sufficient to warrant n, conviction.
'In . oncludlng Its leport the (Irand
Jiu desltes to state tli.it theie woie
no seuet lnestlgatlons iiiade, othei
than those presented bj the I'nlted
States Attornc, and takes this op
nnitnnliv tn exmess Its nnmcc Intlon of
the ability, fairness and inuites that
lias ibaiacterlzed Hobeit W. Hteckona
duiinc Its short session
"A Hkt of the cases Investigated by
this Giand Jur. In which tine hills of
Indictment have been found, is heicto
nttiuhed and made a pail of this le
The b'nch warrants weie made re
turnable at 10 a. m. tomoriow, to which
time the couit adjoin ned
PENALTY IS REMITTBD.
Washington, March 30. (Special)
The Tieasury Depaitinent has i emitted
the penalty of 112.000 assessed against
the firms of II. Ilackfeld &. Co.. Alex
ander & Ilaldwln, liuln i. Co. Green
bauni & Co, and otheis on account of
undervaluation of Biigai bags The ap
plication for remission of this penaltj
was decided adveiisel bj the Hoard ot
Geueial Appralseis which decision is
leveiped by the Secietary of the Treas
my. J A. II.
I'llends of Mr. and Mrs. Hctbert W.
M Mist gave the )oung couple a sur
pilse party last night at their resi
dence on Klnau street. About thirty
people were present ami n voiy en
Jo.vabb evening was spent b nil.
We are nlways pleased
to show our studio and
wink to callers, and ex
tend a cordial invitation
at all times. We punr
autee our photos not to
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
BATCH OF APPEALS
FROM DISTRICT COURT
Two of Magoon's Tenant Deny His
Claim Thit Their Lase Was a
Mistake Kapiolani Estate
vs. Atchertoy Received.
The Oiphenm Company lus appealed
from Dlstilct Judge Dickey's Judgment
against It for J213.1S tn luvor of V. W.
Dlinoiid & Co.
Morris Keoliokalolo has appealed
from Dlstrlrt Judge Dickey's Judgment
asainst him for $32.96 In favor of W.
8. K. Kane lias appealed from judg
ment for $210.81 In favor of Lovcjoy &
Co b Judge Dickey.
Wing Wo Lung Co. has appealed
from Judge DIckcy'B Judgment for
JC0SS In fuvor of M. V. McChesney &
Dr. A Gordon Hodgtns has appealed
fiom the Judgment of Judge Dickey dis
missing his action ot tiespnss for JliiO
damages against J. Miguel. The In-
lury whs alleged to have been done by
a runaway horse of defendant, break
ing tho doctor's carriage, harness and
J. Alfred Mflgoon has appealed from
Judge Dickey's dismissal of his action
for possession of premises against
Chin Ken Gnau and Aug Ton. Dcfen
dants have answered the plaintiff's
complaint In canity upon the same
matter of dispute, denying his allega
tions about Inadvertence In drawing
his leaso to them. They declare that
Magoon read over the lease to them at
his own ofilce before it was executed,
mid that its terms were in accordance
with a prior agiecment, namely that
the lent was to be $100 for the first
two vcars, $150 fo the next four years
and then 52.10 a month for tho succeed-
Ing twentvjfour years. Slnec the cxe
entlnn nf Hie lenle tliev H.1V ttiev llllVO
erected buildings upon'the premises eif
the value of $f.000 and, contrary to the
statement of complainant, hnvc had In
surance of $7000 placed on the build
ings, which was tho most that could be
obtained Mngoon & Dillon for plain
tiff have filed a replication to the ans
wer Kapiolani IM.itc. Ltd , lias filed nn
amended bill of Injunction against
Mary 11 Atcherlcy.
An accident which might very cas
HI) have lestilto seriously happened
jthis morning at n llttlo after 7 o'clock
Ion Ntiuanu street, near Heiotunln A
,lad diove up In a buggy and was go
ling maul.n when her horse suddeiil
tool, night at the' steam roller which
as standing on tile Btlcct outaldc; of
the Conimerclni saloon. The animal
turned completely around so sudden
1 that the lads who oiiupled the
seatln the bugg) gave up all hope ol
saving nerseii in any oinei way unu
made a lllng lenp for sarety. whlili
she perfoimed grarefiill) and without
leielvlng the slightest Injury.
.... . . i ..,....,.....'
it was wen inai sue jumpeci in nine
feu a moment later the horse had turn
ed the buggy completely over by n
sudden twist. The animal ilhl not run
nwn) and Officer (seeilham, wno had
i been standing close to the seeno of the
accident lushed to assistance unci
lighted the buggy Not the slightest
damage was done bejonil the loss ol
o bit of the buggy's' paint
FAIR HI PUT OFF
Tin fair which was to have been
held on the Normal School grounds
some time ago. but which wns postpon
cd on account of the Inclement wenth
ct and the lines' llrlgndo field day
has been postponed again, this time
on account of the fact that the Terrl
tot lal baud, the assistance) of which
Is counted upon, bns left for Maui The
date now iet for the fair Is Satuiday,
DUMONT AND MISS STONE
New ork April 10. vVlieless tele
graph dispatches from the Mcamcr
Dcutsi bland passing Nantucket It. I
sl.oitly alter midnight Loio greetings
t.-im Santos Dumont, tho Hr.ulllan
ii. louaut who comes to thiB country tu
ceinlei with tne Louisiana pttiihnse
Miss Hllen M. Stone the mlsslonai),
Is ..'sr a passenser on tho steamer.
VOLLLHR PLACIi HOLD.
Will K I'lsher, auctioneer, )cstet day
' sold the house and lot of P. J Voeller
under banltruptc) ptoceedlngs In the
I nlted States Dlstrl't Court. The
i piopeit) was bid lu b) I. C Abies for
Mis Voeller nt $1200 The value ha 1
been appraised at )1C00 and the pik-o
obtained being "Ii per cent of that vul-
i diton Just tilings the talo within the
1 FORTUNATE WE
Tho following report wns read at thn
Hoard of Health meeting this nftct-
It seveicly censures Superintend'"" "" "-' " J1"'. '"" "c'm
dent Hcv nobis and Hesldcnt I'hvslclau
Oliver. As Mr. Itrjnolds has had his
resignation on the table since the pes
slon of the Legislature, this leport
practlcallj d.crecs a .hnnge In the su-l
perlntendency of the Settlement Its
terms niceniiallj Indicative of a changi ttcal( ,, ttnR , Inoro 1!in tMn pare. ,1B, , ftoua )0 lmJllt ,0 ,loM T""'rT,or7o7 Hawaii' "ho hTe'lhl tors elected at the first general ele'ctlon
In the office of phjslclan. The rejiort ,,, )(mps A (Bry ns a)l0lll ,10 llrilt i,(m rosponslble for such n construe-1 adjusting of the said lire claims under '" "'lwa'' which was outlined In rc
ls based upon a voliiuilnous mass of r iitl, his Manila ami feet were Hon of a stntuto as a trained Iawei j the authorlt) of an ait of 1900 there- cent 'd'er of this correspondence, and
evidence taken stenogruphltallv befnie
the Investigating committee nt Kal.ui
papa Mr lleynolds has complained that
Dr. Ollvci was In Honolulu at the time
of the legislative session, doing all he
could to Injure hi in with membeis of
tne Leglstntme mid other Interested.
Of eourse nnv previous occasions of ha.l
blood between the doctor nnd the sil
peilntendent. or alleged gilcvnncc
helif against elthei or both by the sick
denizens, hnvo nothing to do with the
matter that the committee has i-ou
nvP8tlguted with Judlc lal care and pre-
I i-lslon. The committee's re,soit, how
". K"" f,11""'r ",nl "' KI,J,,'
matter or its commission with icgaiil to
Dr Oliver. It finds him (cnsinahlc for
habitual and geueial neglett of bis du
ties. As It Iiiib been an open secret ever
since the committee leturned that offi
cial changes were Inevitable. John D,
McVeigh, tho veteran quarantine woik-
er. has been slated for the position of
In the Matter of tho Investigation oi
Cliuiges Preferred b) Ain'nuse
Huti hluson, Leper S t tli-iiient
Report of Committee.
Dr lienr C Slogged President of tho
Bon u! of Health
We have the ltonoi to submit
the lollowlng lepoit. based on the
(ore-going charges and evidence
We find Hint I'lllpo Mlklla and Wil
liam Knlnnl were not anested iipuu n
trumped-up charge or without piob
able cruise-, that MlUllas Mends weie
, not ilcd acu-ss to him. and that
sum louei ns no nan was ai ail limes
sufflelent In quantity We find that
the ihnrges in other respects, although
not pioveel In nil details, are proved in
. . ....
i suiisiiiuie ami uc)onu
On December 2d. Hull. Mlklla and
Knlanl left the settlement in violation
of the ic-gulntlons of Hie lloaid of
Health John Wnlamnu. cnptaln of
police believed nnd had probable
,.,,.. I,. I...lln, n II, nt ll.o, l.n.l l.rni.
stealing sheep No one being on tilal
, . , .. ... ,
I til re.'iiliim Mievi, inu . ueiiiiiiiie- uo
illned to Investigate the Until nt this
charge be)onel the epiesqon whethei
theie was pioluible cause lor nrrest
II...... .1... .......n ..r Mlllln n...l l.'n1n..l
imm. in.- ii-iiim ... ....I..... ...iu ii.it.ii.
Dirembei 4th. Walamau aue-sted them
uud put them In Jail.
Knlanl made a lonfesslon, nnd was
put in a ll,;hl, air cell.
Mlklla ileuieil guilt, and. ns a pin
isliment. wns put In a cell with no out-
slde wluilow. eompatatlvel) dulc and
III) ventilated lie was given n diet
of salmon (which ho chose Instead
ol meat), bieud and water, and was
mine or lens closely confined for
about u week, as a punishment After
pot p- - r-a p-s n pj t hi r r i pi b m nx j r ri na r. r-a r r rftinMiunr'Ss v p
DOLE CALLED TO EXPLAIN
HIS POLICY BEFORE
COMMITTEE ON TERRITORIES
Washington, April 6. (Special).
At toda'8 session of the House Com-
.!.. .,., t,..i.,.i i.. ,..... i. ,
n.lttte on Ierrltoile, Hepresoutatlve
Hoblsonof ludliinn lutiodiieeda resolif
Hon which wii9 adopted authorizing the
cbalimaii of the mmmlttee to renuest
. . -. ... ,
Gov ei nor Dole- to appear before tho
committee m.it auswei questions leni
tive to legislation In the lenitor) ot
Otic of the cjuiBtlons which will
mat. he had ordinary rations and tho
liberty of the Jail yard; dining nil of
her ttli. 1901. until March 12tli, 1'JOZ,
he was not arraigned on nny charge,
and no written accusation was m.idu
! against him.
tf unu In nn mlmnrnd utnpe of leti
rrestccl. As the'whnt can --asouably bo expected of a
... . . .pnnli, .rtf ..... llolrenlIln ,,, ,,,. nll BO,lllp(,
alive with maggots. The stench was
offensive On the 12th of Jlnroli ho
r of n fra
was taken home by memners
ternlt to wlilin no heio
died on the 18th. He had no proper
enie before leaving tho jail
no medlinl nttentlor, vvoithy of Hie
name, nt an time.
Then- Is ml one district magistrate
on the Island en Mool.nl. He lives nt
Pukoo. thlity miles away but ns ills
tant. us fur as the phsltal ilirfit utiles
of getting to the settlement nnd leav
ing It are conierned ns Now York Is
fiom Chicago lie did not visit the
settlement while Mlklla was in jail.
Without n mnglsttate In the settle
ment prompt u ralgnmentK nnd trials
are vlituallv Impossible A leslden
mmrlstrnt.. nn be nnm.liited imdor ox
Istlng laws nlthoiigli there Is no ni
proprlatlon from which he can bo
paid Wo reionimeud the appointment
of n magistrate to be pal.1 such salary
is the next Legislature mny appro
In tiansfornilug the old rliurch nt
Knluupapa Into a Jail, w Inflows sboulil
have been cut to give e"i ci cell plen
I) of nlr and light We recommend
that this he done now.
The an est ot Mlklla nnd Knlanl
probnlil) conies within the provisions
of set lions 5 Hi unci M7 of the
Laws, which are us follows
ever a i rime Is committed and the of
fendeis aie unknown, and any person
snail lie loiincl Ileal mo place vvnent
Ihe clime was committed, vlther
ileal oi Ing to corneal hlmsell, oi
'deuvoilng to esinpe. oi under s
other elrtiiuisliinceH us to Jusllf)
reasonable suspicion of his being the
oiieuiii-i. sum person mny ue uir.-sii-ei
without warrant Polliemeii oi other
oftleei-) of Justice In nny seaport or
town, even III eases whole II is not
.... ,.. ...... ... ...
certain that an olTense has been com
Imlttc-d may. without warrant ariest
and detain for examination such per-
sons ns may ho found under sin h clr-
cumstanccH ns Justlly n reasounblH
suspli Ion that tliey have committed or
Intend to commit an offcnwi.-'
... II,.,, -.-.I nt ll... M.mol I ,. I. na
follows "In nil eases ol arr.-st foi
, .. ,, ..
i-AjiiieiuuiliJll llie (lei ruin ihuliiik iiiq
ruine must eoncluit Ihe part) arrested
befoie the touil or innglstrnte empow.
eied to mnko such examination within
f... . ..I..1.. ..... .. ..I.. . ...
iiiiij .'kiiii iiuiiis uiict ins cirre-M e
eopt In casctt wlie-re n longer delay Is
absolutely neiess.uy to meet the endr!
of Justlcn" The maglstrato having
Juilsdlctlon did not visit Ihe settle.
ment ilui lug thu time In question Ccr-
tnlnlj these two lepers could not I'avu
been taken to Pukoo fur trial but,
even so holding them In Jnll moio
than tlueo months for violating n reg
ulullon of the Hoard of Heulth. or for
stealing slieep, without arraignment or
written accusation, appears tu be n
asked Goveinni I cle Is uli) tho Teirl -
l0,lul -Sll-MH was not given nn op-
I'ortunlt) to puss upon the question of
,rmclng nionilJ Terrlto.l,.. uses
Ut the time the Governor lioiinvvcd
funds for adjust ment of bubonic plagun
i no i.overnor win aisn uo invitni to
explain nh) certain incisures plainly
Intended foi the benefit of the Ten I-
toiy wero preventod fiom heeomlng
lows tlitough the ralliiie of the Gov
betjcinoi to nppiove them nftei pnssign
. . ........... . -
very lax construction of tho
'Vvrnnt In rnuna l Imr.i n Irimfpr ilr l.ql
, . , , . . . ,,
Is tilatolutely necessary to meet tho
ends of Justice." Mlklla mid Kalant
could not have escaped If they had
been given their liberty pending tho
arrival of tho district magistrate Wo
'think howeicr. tnkliiif into ni count
would give It
IJS a comparatively I
clark cell and depriving hlni of pol a '
n ..,.niui,n.n..i r- ..... ,f,. .
a punishment for not confessing or .
, , hi . i .
fot nn offense of which he had not
fot nn offense of which he had
I'ee-n convicted, was an nutrnge upon
Ihe fundamental principles of Anglo-,
Saxon Illicit y
Walamau beats an honest name He ej should be appropriated The 10m
Is a man of uood lenute Wu think be ,nltivv has called on Surgeon (leneral
tiles to do his dut) according to his
lights Neither he noi the Jailer ap
pealed to lie conscious of wrong doing
As most nntlvcH would have done under
like circumstances, the) looked to the
white man In i barge of the settlement,
anil took their Impress. Making al
lowances for their subordinate pusl-
ttoiiH. and for native tharacterlstlrs.
we think they uie less In fault than
.Mr. Itejnolds. and much less 111 fault
'iin Dr Oliver They are. perhaps
"" ;'" 'l"1"""-" "" meir respecuvo
om , he e m,:,t o u. e
hem! Welbe..evtharu!e ensure ex!'
Yr!iU.. '."" 'IT. ""'. .te"V". !h.m
. r'. "" " u.' " "" " ""'
III ItlD Mtt.t (ltd, I m.l i. -. ..t t.llllA .. .
it"".' ttmvi f,ifii ,u)i-i iiiiiv iii iiiii: nn
UOll .18 lllC'lr ( SnilSSJl .
We think that Mr Ucnvol.ls nnd Dr
Olivu- should be Judged b) more se-
vcre standaids The) aie the men in
.barge, responsible to the Teirltorlil
goveriimeul ami tn humanltv fen suih,
help and eonifoit as inn be given ti'
iK'arl) nine huiulieii human In lugs Iso-
l,,c',c ici'i'4 cn lie- niirni aim siciwiy
f ",,,' '" ',,,' .,,',.,,
.1.1.... . i. ...i it ni
le.M, .,,., Attornev Ceneml ami nil'
den ntiiieulH of the Territorial i-oierii
depiitmeuts of the Territorial govern
inelit llulitrillll ln.ik r,,r full ,,.,,! in
liable Information In reg.ud to coucll
1, tlciiis lu this isolated ami Inaccessible'
,u" ,,,,," ,,.,,,,, .", "',,r al,,
we nave ansoiiiie loutliiiliie in .Ml
,niineiiil hi. iiiiti?iiii i.mi .,i. ..r.
fini8 to adtnlnlster the ufTalrs of the
aettlenient well, but It seems to us
that his neglect to oncrtuui moie cue- f
full. tlllliu.,imllfliii uli.ti lilu ul
f ill! v Mlklla s condition uhin ills at
tintlon was eall.d to It. was Inex.usa-
Itlii nml Mint lilu linn ulnlili L-iil liner.
' . .,,. ..... ,' '.
we aie forced to the nine liislou not)
onl) that Dr Oliver ncglec ted Mlkita.
but also tli.it he has negbcteel his
WCJlk in Other reSPCltS III' ll.lH sllirk-
ed grave piofessloual dutl.s dilegatlng
them ton leper who has hail no uieilienl
leper who has had no uieilienl
Irnlnlntr lie linn l:i lit tin il.itn north
mentioning Hide Is no e.lliei place
0n earth where kpios) can he fcluill -
ed m nilviinliigcousl) us at the leper
S( I I ln..11t.l I .1,1 Mlll.lllll 11m llll I Mil I II II
v..v.... ... ...,
Stationed theie. If he eiiu rise to his
opportunities 1ms good piospects of
world wide fame We find that D. Oil -
ver deserved ver) seveie eetihiiie
Itespec (fully silhmltttd.
This Hill ell!) of April 192
(Signed.) i: P 1)01. i:
WM I. MOOItH
J S II I'llATT
Tin- committee Is a unit In regard
to the findings of fact and the re com
(Continued on page 4 )
j by the Teirltcnl.il Legislature
i Is not known with eiitalni) what
day Governor Dole will anlve lu Wash-
Ington. Ho Is now teixmeel-n route
nml Is expecteel enil) dining the com-
lug week Shoghl he teach lieu when
I expected he will not bnve an oppor-
timlty or meetliiB the Presie'.eut until
the lattri putt nf the wick ns tin
.losldent Is going to Chnrlistmi to-
morrow nnd will net letuin until I'll-
WILCOX MEASURE ASKS
B.ll Is Referred to Surgeon General
Wyman For Rport From
Washington, April 3 (Special) -Delegate
Wilcox on March 27 Introduc
ed ic hill piovldlng for the settlement
of fire claims iluiltig the J car 190U of
the Terrltoi.v of Hawaii This bill win
ft! erred to the Committee on Claims,
T',p trAt of the measure Is us follows.
He It enacted, etc, that the sum of
J1.00ti.ono is letehs appropriated, out
... ... ......... ,
of nti money not otherwise upproprl-
a(M for ;e s,,uK,nlf,nl , ,
ilaims for the destruction of properties
In the illy of Honolulu during the bu
bonlc plague In the jear 1900,
1 hut the Secretin- of the
T'"u" ',"cr"'' 'l""' " !-
out of the 1 rensitry the above sum to
Mr Wlliox states that he will nppcai
hefme the committee and urge the fu-
vorablc reporting of this measure, nnd
.,' .,,,,..... ,
believes that In all Justice to the people
.. , ... .,,.. ., ,' .,.
wlicme iirmiertv wns deslri.ve.l for the
purpose of preventing the spread of tho
plague and the probable extension of
the mini, to the flitted Slntrs Ihn num.
Wyman for n report cm the matter
J. A IIUIX'KONS
. ,, ., ... , ,.
.... ..-,. ..... ..-...' ... ......
Ut-l'HV tt IH.V UII till' o)tll Ul .MillUII
visited the Capitol having been con-
lined to his home since the 1st of Jnn-
TY' ""n " n u ,T'; IV"
here Is becoming warmer each day ho
""i"" " '- ,ron . short
u.. 1........1 m i- n-.-i.i .
' ... . "..:.:"" S "" "..' '"'M
MIS , ui dlsiuss the llavvnllnn'
3tiiatlon with him
UI1DUCH WlllHKHV TAX.
Louisville Kv Anrll 10 It Is said
"""'U Louisville whlsl.e) men that a
l"'""" " "Oooooo signers will be
i ... ... ..... .,i...it, ... i-
"'" i v-oiikh-sh uj uie iiisiiiu-ii spir-
ItK Illtell'stH of tllO ('lilted StntCH USk-
j Ing that the Internal revenue tnx bu
leduceil fiom $110 to 70 cents n gal
Inn It Is said also that the organizers
'"f ''ls movement p.opotc. to enter pol
Hies In opposition
',"K"',iHI," "ho optMisit tho request
(m l-'ductlou of the spltlt tax.
TRIAL I'OK HERESY.
Lebanon, III. April 10 Hi-cause of
the uiithoishlp "oi n book udvotatlng
the iloitilue ol lelntaru.itloit of souls
and ofTi-iIng e Upturn! reference In
tupport there ol. Rev. Columbus Hrud
foul, bus hc-c-n removed from the pus
of the Methodist L'plscopal
Ihureli nt OkuwvriTc, to which he wns
niilifittifi.il tiiut imir oml ,.. l.n ..v.
r.eetliig ol tho' Lebanon district eon
Vie'iiei - he wllMio tnlleil on tit nniivvor
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HOME RULERS ARE GIVEN
List of Territorial Senators Whose
Terms Will Expire at the End
Of Two Years of
Washington. April 5 (Special).
The Conunlttie on Territories ester-
da, authorized a favorable report upon
,. in. ii in uo iuiiuhd
' S.tr . llinf fill, ftm l-ral Connln.Nl
District X Hussel and J. D. Paris shall
bold oince as Senator for such ills
for the term of two jears.
'"" ",r "" second SCIiaiorial Ills-
trltt William White shall hold ofllie as
a Senator for suih district for the term
of ,w" J0"".
i iiu i tur me iiiirci oeuaioi iui uisirici
I). Kaunba, George It. Carter and Wll-
Ham C, Achl shall each hold office as a
Senator for such dlstilct for the teiui
of two cars.
That for the fourth Senatorial Dis
trict 1. II Kahlllna shall hold office ai
Senator for buc.1i dlstrlit for the term
of two Jears.
DO SKNA AI'I'OHTIONMKNT
Following Is nn abstract of the com
After a careful Investigation and
hearing the committee has determined
that the most equitable and Just divi
sion of the Senators to be as follows
That four of the Home Killers ami
hr ol he II, .Wlcin Wno .ni
' "'' '- the term of two
"!? ,.. nn , ,,. fmm
,;',,,:;:." : " v :y-, :
lowest number of votes) to-wlt:
"t District-Nicholas Hussel,
"tire will District William White.
"Third District David Kanuha.
"roiirth District I II Knlillna
and one Iteiubllean from the First Dis
trict and two from the Third District,
electing those receiving the lowest
number of votes to-wlt
"First Dljtrlet J I) Paris.
Thin! District-Hut It Carter and
William C. Aehl.
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cm i"- nn )i ivuu. nip reiiuirr-
mints of the Organli Ait are met and
this seems to be the most eciulublc so-
J. A. IIULCKONS
p0JTUGUIi8B HYMN BOOK.
TIii Portuguese Hinngellrnl Mission
Is nt present getting nut a new bmn
book for the use of nil of Its churches
'unci Suiida) schools A uniform book
of this kind has been needed for some
time nnd no pains have been spared
to make this new edition n success. A
large number of the Hymns which it
contains have been translated espe
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The l.usltnnn Press, In chnrgc of A. II.
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