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Voi, X. No. 2120.
Quarantine Station May
Have to be Moved
DR. COFER GOES TO
LOOK FOR A SITE
Launch Waterwitch Conveys Promi
nent People to Lunch at
Dr. McQrew's Place
A Pleasant Trip.
l)r Cofer, lupcilntemlcnt of tlio
United States Marine Hospital sirvlce.
together with Collectoi of Customs
Stucknble, United States District Al
torni) lireckons, Ml. lllbson of the
Hospital Service, l)r C. II Coopei, Col.
Chamberlain. Illshop Nichols, llev Mr
Mackintosh and T)r McOicvv went
down to Pearl Harbor this mornlnK In
the luunch Waterwitch on ollklul busi
ness In connection with the I'nltc.l
States Marine Hospital Service
Dr Cofer went to look over the land
at Pearl Harbor to select a kIIc for a
possible" quarantine station there.
Since the bringing of the suit against
l)i. Cofer for possession of Maullola
Island, the present site of the United
States quarantine station, and pending
a settlement of the matter. It has been
deemed advisable to look ilsewhero
Joi u quarantine station site Thu
pending suit maj not be rompiomlscd
and In that eent the station would
lime to be moved
Pearl Harbor pr scuts man Inilui o
nicntH for a station of this kind und
this Is the business which tnkes Dr
Cofei to Pearl Harboi today.
A cirtaln portion of the land which
Is to bf ue-d bj the United States (lov
unment for naval pmpofcs Is to be,
tit aside for a navul hospital and It Is
nosblble that tho quaiutitine slntiou
will be located somewhcie near this
When the fortifications arc actually
lomrr.eneed at Pearl Harbor u large
number of workmen will itslde at the
place and a small town will spring Into
existence It Is said that the Protes
tant Kphvcopal Chinch will erect a
chapel near the winks and Dlshop
AU liols IS inns interested in iuuu)
visit to Peirl Harbor.
There are many mnttris to be con-.
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sldertd from the standpoints or tbei
various departments of tho (1m em
inent In r'latlon to the Improvements
at Pearl Harbor nnd the lepresentntlvo
party which today made u tilp In the
Waterwitch will eventually decide
mini) things which will ulTeit the ru
tin e of that part of the Island.
The distinguished part) of locul
men assembled on Wllder's wharf
sliortl) after 8 o'clock to go aboard tho
.peed) and commodious gasoline)
launch Waterwitch, Cuptuln Voting, foi
n trip to Pearl Harbor, where Dr. Mc
Oiew was to be host and entertain his
filinds .it lunch at his pleasant re
tieat In that beautiful part or the Para
disc of the Pacific.
The woather was Ideal for such an
outing and there, were two or three In
the party who had never before made
the run to Pearl Hat bor h) wuter. The
trip Is an enjoyable ono and the
launch is a most comloi table means
The Waterwitch Is n powcirul craft
ounod by Alexander Young, captained
by Herbert Young of the Young Dros.
Sheltered from the Bun by the ele
rantly furnished cabins and saloon of
the launch, the members of the com
pany will have ample opportunity to
observe the points or inteiest along
the route aud will enjoy one of the
pleasahtest of small Journe)s possible.
When Pearl Haibor begins to show
signs of linpiovemcnt and the Govern
ment commences actual building oper
ations there in tho way of fortifications,
Our photographs will
stand comparison with
They nre printed on
the finest platinum pa
per and aio guaranteed
not to fade Callers al
(Sice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union St. Entrance on Union.
It Is expected that trips by water to thin
charming placo will be nit tho rage.
There are a number of wealthy people
In Honolulu who contemplate the pur
chase of handsomo and powerful
launches, as this Island affords many
exceptional oppoi Untitles for pleasure
trips of this nature.
This in the first time that such an ag
gregation of wpII known people haa
gone lo Pearl Harbor In this way.
The party will return to the city IhU
etcnlng In the Waterwitch
THREE MORE SUITS FILED
AGAINST THE SCIIUONER
Probability that Captain Atkinson
Will Let the Government Have
the Vessel to Satisfy the
Three mole of the clew of tho
schooner Prank W Howe filed suits la
the I'cderal Court yesterday b) (1111 &
Kailey. nttornes, claiming damages
for alleged deficiencies In quantity, va
riety and quality of rations nt sea.
Seronil mate Win. U McAlllstei de
mands $627, John Coolagan JTJI nn d
Franeloll O (1 II Pletrc $190 Pletie
with the comet tall name In front Is
probably as fond of monej as any of
the others, but his alleged starvation
period extended only over the vojage
fiom Mauritius to Honolulu His
shipmates tucked it out from New
York to Mauritius besides.
There Is a probability, according to
what Is heard on the outside that Cap
tain Atkinson will neither figh the
new suits of Hall and Woods appeal
those wherein they nlread) have ob-
tnlned Judgments amounting to $4S(li
and costs nor make any stand itgilnsli
the complaints of the other three sail- gerous position In ease of storniv
ois The vessel was going home under I weathei Louis i: Ilecbe the local
an agreement of sale, hut all her ar- agent of the Globe Navigation t'om
rangements are dashed by misfortunes ' pan) Is nt prisont nbscnt from town
alread) met Captain Atkinson Is , and as the steamship compan) m.id.i
ruined for the tlmo being thiough thn. the contract with Colonel Sp.iuldlng of
breakdown of his crew's health at ecu 'the Makee .Sugai Comp.ui) the agents
and their successful prosecutloi of his of that compnn) heie, llrewu h Co.
vessel and himself In this "port of ue -
r'ericlra, assistant hack In
nnd u Chinese IiicjcIM had
.1 collision on .Niiuanii between King
nnd Merchant streets this fonnoon
1 erielra took the Clilnnmnu to the
lollcc stntlon nnd upon Investigation.
(., ntnln Parker allowed tho man tc go
31 out his business, bis opinion being
thnt I'eiielrn was In thu wrong
The Chlnuman Is nuw nttei Kit
l ell a tor damages as several of thn
(.jokes of the ft out wheel or his Id
c)clo wero biiiken lu the collision Tho
utslstnnt hack Inspector refuses to
pa) and sa)n ho will go to court first
He claims that lie vvns on tho right
hide- of tho street nnd that tho China-1
1..UI1 rut cicmss III rremt nf !itn, .
A II MiHIroy. the man who ap
p. tiled lu the Police Court )isterdn)
in. the chnrgo or vngrauc), was again
on the calendar this forenoon, the po
lico having been unnbli) to set urn him
a place on any of the vessels U mlnn
this port within the next wiek or so.
ah on previous occasions, tho (ap
te'ns seen said they cud not want tu
have an)trilng to do with thu follow.
When this state of affairs was Hindu
Mown to McHlro) today, he said
'Well then. ou might as well scud
nr over to Jail for n term of slv
months" Deputy SherilT Chilling
worth did not see anything elso to do
Klu! Judge Wilcox accommodate il thu
delendant with tho six mouths' I m
prlsonment he had asked for
ASSAULT IN A1ANOA.
A native from Manoa valley nu
ll ared at the police station this fore
r.rinu and laid In a complaint ngalnst
.S'nlel. a linn who Is already well
known In police circles. Ho stated
that last night the man almost killed
Lis son In nn assault. As Deputy
Huerirt Chllllngworth was nbout to
leave with tho Itoad bonfcT, Hie case
was tut ned over to ueteetlvo Kaapa
with Institietlons to go up Into tho
vnlle) Immedlutul) nnd mnko Investl
gntlons Tho native who complained
nt the polko station stated that Nalui
bud almost killed his son.
The committee, on Invitation for to
Hawaiian teceptlon to Illshop Nichols
desire to mako It known that no writ
ten Invitation will bo Issued The) aie
endoavorlng to see ns many mcmlicn
as possible but whero they fall, people
are lequested to take the public notice
ns personal to themselves The recep
tlnn will be on Tuesda) in the Cathe
dral school room at 8 o clock
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
HONOLULU. TKKMTOKV OF HAWAII. SATURDAY APRIL 10, 1U02
(ill UVKIHM ;! HE IV INVESTMENTS
I ' mrnwuM m
Ship Sugar As of
RESULT OF MR. CLISE'S
VISIT 10 GARDEN ISLE
Reason For Change In Plans Not
Definitely Known-Inter-Island Co.
Will Bring Sugar To
It It now tlefinltel) understood that
the (llobe Navigation Compiuy h.is
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isi.vii ni me (iiuiniri niiii'll llie nil t
with the Mnkec Sugai Compauv for
handling this coniiin s sugar.
When Mi Cllse the vice president
of the Ulobv Nnvlgitlon Compan
visum inese isiinusn weeK or two ago
hv took ii tilp to Kuii.il to Investlgato
the conditions which confronted tho
company s work In that Island Th
lesiilt was as stated above that the
Globe (ompinv gave up the contract
vv hlch It had w Ith the Makee Sugai Co
for shipping its sugar to the Coast dl
It Is not dcflultelv known exnctlv
what the teason Is for the giving up of
this Important and valuable mntrait
hut U Is praitlcally lertaln that It la
the risk which the compinv runs by
sending Its big stinmers Into Anaholi
wheic the) might get Into a ver) dan
l have no di finite knowledge as to what
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. bsui.1 nw.li ciriiiBB.HiK ..,.
of the continct .Shipping men who
line well nKiin.i nleil ulll. Ih. Aimi.ili
j landing ure however unanimous In
their opinion that It was the risk or
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times tl.ereyls not over much water
mis .viiiiiuiii is nee ueiiii)
aimi k o) siiuiieii scorniH wnicii u-iney
ihould spilng up when n vessel Is in
he bui would prevent It fium runiilng
out to sea over the b.u and v.oiild rorev
I It to ride out the storm lu the ba)
which would be a veiy ilsk) pioeeiit
lllg for ve-.sils or the size or the (ilobe
The eiiiitiiict with the .Mi' lice com-
i pan) foi the shipment of Its sugar Is
! ur Important one as It means a
"hlpment of about 10 0UO tons a )eir
!rhl "'''imiont was handled b) the In-
ft f-Ialrt till UIimihi V I....!.... ,......
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Ibefoie the (llobe Navigation Compan)
look the contract and now that the eon-
tiaet has been given up the Intel
Islnnd (umpuli) will ng.iln 'get the
h milling of this valuable shipment
J !,KII the fuignr fiom Auilinlj to this
elt) when It will be handled b) the
ngents, Hicwei A. Co nnd sent to the
Co ist Ii) them.
Whin the gient majority c.yj thu
(Obis In the Pollui Court weie finish
nl toch). Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwnith
atkul to bo excused as It was ahsu
Intel) Imperative that he go out with
ll.e Ilond Juty In the .flatter or tho
..dening r the Walk.k. road The
tlloino) who hud eases thrft under
tl.e (licumstances would have to bo
continued, orfeted no objection what
Just pluvious to Deputy Sheriff
t hilllngworth leaving lit. Police Court
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thought thnt a reniesentatu,. r .i.
.1 1' ?
Altorncy General Department was
i.imtng down hero to prosceute Ho
.. oueii ny inu way. I
seemed to gel bravely over It within
tl e spaco of n week "
Gomes X miiiti, h, ii. .....
ers, deliver orders to any part of the
c tv free. Tel xinin iin .
city free, Tel, Main HO.
I Decision on McBryde B
I IN SUNDAY BULLET!
WIPiMIPlll-WBMWlllBliffi ilMiliTlTiir WMm iH'i MMflfWR!
Several of the committees of the Ha
walluu mimbciH of the Anglican
church which were elected to nukj
arrangements for tho reception u
Illshop Nichols and Miss Nl" heiW, met
this morning at 10 o'clock In the .Sun
da school loom of St Andnw s Culli
As the reception Is espcclall) for the
Ittiwnll.iii members nP the .lllllt h lu
give them nn opportunity lo niei t the'
Illshop, It was decided to make the .if-
fair as Hawaiian In ehaincter as -u-i
"The decorations, whl-h' are to to1
both beuutiful and unique, v. Ill k of a
marked Hawaiian chaiuctcr und til'
paa-HawaMa'ns.""1 '" "J,,,"I""" ",,u
rheprincipii workdone b. tiioKi.ii
I nilt.o. fhlu mnptilntf una thu i.tvlaliiii nt
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n list from which the uame of ilioje:
to be Invited were selected I
I No written Invitations will lie Issue
I hut the members of the tni ulttra
will spread the news of the reception
Virbally and this Is to bu iniirlln 1
A mtlve boy by the name of Iko nar-
iivniy .-Di'uiicii Bviiutis ii.jiii j iij .t .an
fiUm ih. Yoiiur building daj
.lesterday Ike. who was assisting the
plumbers working on tho loof walked
out on a plnnk the end of which wji
lvlng over one of the beams wlilih sup
port tlin rtHif tin mlntmlL'i it tlin .ui-
rjlng power of the plank Suddcnl;
It was over balanced and both Ike an I
the plank tumbled down on the Hum
beluu, ii distance of about 'slxlcer
fiet l.iuklly Ike did not tetelve an)
Injury beond a sprulmd ankle Ho
was taken to the hospital where he- 1
THE HANDBALL CONTESTS
The Y M 0 A handb ill tiiuriiiinii nt
which ln been going on (or somo tlm
lb beginning to draw near its finish
cstcrda) A lllackmaii and A H. I-HIZ
plu)ed two gillies with the result that
lllukman won with the scores -l-j
and 21-!) Theie Is non nnl) one game
T "" . utiv. p."i"
,lfl ,0 w of . ,Jt rth j.,,,,,,,1,,
nan,ei, tIt. one httweeii I 0 Hart and
lom i-xuiiB, men will proniui) ue
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lu)(,(, ,pxt vvrpk M ,...,, ttll
"rott "- "' ," rullr" ro,'u- I''"1""
l liihtlMlimn nil, A lllitL-Hin n n
lonnsione ami , in unman pin)
"' ho winner of the Kvan-Hart game.
, ,,c Iallt 11)llniI li(ll tt, ,,c. plaJC,,
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tlt ju, unc
Is looked foiward to
w, m)m0 CX10l.t,,tml aH ( Mlrv tu
,, u u,r llP1(MnK ,lne
number of the soldlcis of Ihe
transport (limit who aru on their w.i)
borne after a hard slegu of lighting lu
the Philippines will not forget Judge
Wilcox vety soon
Seven or tight or the hojs wcic iir-
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u. ....... ....von ,,, nnwini. "ii i. jiuiii r ...1.-
cer during yesterday afternoon and
nlhht With the exception of two or
thu number they wero all allowed to
to with a leprmand. Judge Wilcox
remarking that he knew the b.)s had
Just come fiom a bard siege In the
Philippines and wcie hound foi their
homes on the Mnlnlnud Undei the
ilreumstunces, he did not cute to ho
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hard on them In the cases or the two
men who wero not allowed to go with-
out u pennlt) the men were lined $-
nnd costs on tho charge of drunken-
0n'' "f ,lle raptalns or the transport
was present In tho Police Court 'ind as
'T.H.ll'l1.0' ."l,.' V?
lull tiv this nfflrpr If. wnlt rmtiililf. . I
ter the session of the Polko Com t th
men were told to stralghtin up their
affairs with thu police station elerk
nnd report down nn the tunspou i s t
wns n,mo"t ,ln"' ror her l" ikpau foi
lhCoasJj ,,, , ,
The action of Judge Wilcox 111 iillnv.-
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B mo siuuierH io go wmi it repiii.unit
BfCmeA "' mvel wl,"-9'",n" -PPrmal.
, 'Ihe bo)s had Just been eiut for a bit
of n tlmo and there was nothing what-
"W niallilous In what they did d uluj
estcrday ufternoon nnd night.
' The weekly edition of the Evenlnn
if ""'d ' 7n ' hV TwrU.rl '"ilxtlln d'
'tnt ,n ,ne Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
INd IlKi ENT
Judge Humphreys Writes
His Views Upon
nnMne nc TMncE nmtriTr
UUNDb 0t ItlKcb I RIVAlE
Harlwcll and Kinney's Experiences In
Banning Case Are Quoted
Substitution of Guardian
Judge HumplireVK 111 il his written
ii. i Isinn on the question oi bonds of
c itnln corpoiations for Investment of
tnmt funds this afternoon It ion
trln thlrfv two tvpcvvrlttm pages.
' ho matter came- up In the annunl ac
c unt or A W. Cartt r as guardian of
tin estate of Anulo T K. Parkei. a
ii Inor the guardian having, us the
didsion says, 'Invested mntlv nil nl
(he money In Ids hands belonging tn
Ik i state of his wnrd In the bonds nl
rtnln private business eoiporatlons
that Is to sa $2"oni) has been In
wteil In the bonds of the Mdltjdc1
Mlkar Co Ltd , $11 "hi In the hondt
or the Oahu Hallway t Land Co Mil
i mi In the bonds ol tho "vValnlua
Agricultural Co. Mil. making a total
iiivesttnent In these alleged securities
In the concluding part of his decision
It dge l!uinphie)s siys
I'pou no possible theory consistent
with his dot) to his ward and wltli
lei rights can Hie Investment made
l this guardian be defended i
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Hireliarged with nil of the Investment!,
lf.M.jv.1l...l. .imIii.ii Hi., niia.illnn
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' el"oiicd speelDIng .am one lu
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LiLjHttiittoii of guardian for the puc
ptMH or . loMro,cny ,er nvc
rents In the following language
..Alll, ,t nl)pcarnK rurther that the
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(ei Is In dliect iiititllct with thnt ol
"l8 ttari1 ""' M K"""""" havlnii
hlrnlllnl his Intintlou to appeal from
t order It Is otderefi" nnd oi1Jiu1m!
Hat I I reunite i:i n member nl
tin bat or this court be nnd he Is hero
1; appointed guardian nil litem or An
l ' T K Parker n minor, with roll
lower and aitthiulty to represent hei
suili guardian nil litem on nppial
Karl) In the dcclslotiTuo I'lrst Judge,
nfter (iiiotlug nuthoilty for the courts
ti.klug cognizance or such common
sources or Information as newsaper
l,,", 8,0-1' euange reports, thus ex
"The Investment of the rmiils or his
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",,urnl Co M ' ' Bunnllun In
h'9 ,'.n.8l "' ' J",VI. " . ".c, 'J?'
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Mr) de Sugji Co Ltd . cannot be di re n
tied upon nil) principle m niithorlt) ,
th Investment In the seeiiiltlcs or the
latter (Mcllr)dv Company) tspeclullv
deseives to be characterized as iluail
thorlzcd, extiuvugaut. Improvident.
reckless and a breach or trust In view
0f tho guardian's ndmlsslon that at the
time or the Investment he had neltb
ci examined an abstract or title or the
proptrt) alleged to be owned b) the
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whli h the bonds nie alleged to be
cured and In view of the further nnd
.Igiilflrant fact that he purchased by
fai the greater pait or them from a cor
poration In which he was a dliector
and of which he was trcasuter to wit'
t..e American Sugai Company As u
faithful prudent diligent muttons
atclfll nmI conservative hduelar) It
was hi, dut) to have examined tl.e tl
0 ,0 , property alleged to be plc.lg
Clj ,1H gecuilt) foi the bonds In ques
Hon mid to have rarerull) and ciltl
rail) examined the terms or the deed ot
The limine or the Mellr)de deed ot
l!Ust "1"1 t,,e I,0H" ol "10 ,r''"llorl1
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l 'U 1 1 iu l.":tll, nt imr iiiuti ivi n
Investments of trust funds are dis
iiiss'd nt length lterords of lirgo
plantation enterprises nre mentioned
t many of them l ing now ' nl bit
ter mcninrti'H meie speculative tomb
stones." and for Illustration the caso
u the Ainerldiii Sugar Cnmpanv is
died Maunalel plnntntion on which
$00 1)1111 was spent before It wan miIi
! a rorelvei Is made another u
A S Haitwell and W. A Kinney
on quoted In the Uannlng estnle (au
is dinounclng the investment of trust
muds In new nnd-Unduviloput sugar
pro p files.
NORTH IIILO SCHOOL AGENT
LICENSED TO SELL LIQUOR
He Receives Both Favors frou tie
Territorial Governrmnt Within
the Current Month of
li C I) Malle vs W C. Atlil, requlr
Within the present month former mg the defendant to cancel the inort
Judge I:. W, llarnard of liiipahoehon guge of land nt Kamapuaa, Honolulu,
has received fiom thn Territorial gov Ji or liefnie April 23, upon fliu fnlluru
crnment the oltlre of Sdiool Agent for l" ilo vyhlch the plalntlrr will have tho
the Dlstiht of North llllo and a liquor I'1'1 "PPl for un order authorlz
dealer's lhtiisc Ills appointment to "f ll1" 1,,ry or Judgment for threo
the supervision of the schools of the UioiiHnml ilollnis with Merest aud
district look effect on the 1st of April, tens
wnne ms license lo sell liquor Is dalcd '
he llth As School Agent Mr. liar
Hard will In ahli to see that the luiih
'cis In his ilistilct fHltlifully inrr) out
lll ",,1,ri1 "t i:duintlon's pollc) nl
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rising generation while as llnuoi deal
er his Interest will be to courline nil
of the licensed and unllrensnl drink
selleis of tlie countr)slile Hint he inn
mil', !,'!,ei; Wl"! hranrt " l"7;"0;!"
malt ami vinous beverages equal to thu
Urt that .an l obtalnnl In ll.inolnm.
As the meetings of the tiiimiwn
ioiiiuII nie si'iret. It ma) not be pos-
fclliln ft. nar.,rtnlt. ul.i llup (Imui.lnlnn.
Oent Atkliihon baeked Judge llarniiids
application tor a lliiuor dealer's llceiisn
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( wm, ,e inioniiaiion iiiat lie naci
ready appointed iheiipplluuit as Bmool
MAIL FOR TUB COA8T.
The I lilted States Ann) transport
t.ruut Captain Croski). sails fnim
Nuv) wharf No 1 at 3 o clock this nf-
tciniHiii ror Sun ruinelsio She will
take mall tu the Coist. ordinar) mall
closing at tlie pontolllce one hour be
fore Hie Kihediiled sailing time 2
o clock It Is thought that the Grant,
which Is a good traveler will reach
San I'rnuclsco on Satiinhi) afternoon
SAILS rOK TACOM4.
,,,,,., . .tiams will be as follows
btanilliig high out or the wutir In I Alohas-T Mcdulro A MiOurn. for
bullast the American ship S I). Carle- nixra, c Gomes, center. (1 Madiera,
ton. Captain Amesbur) sailed for Tj- , Sebastian guaids
coiiiu about 9 o'clock this morning be- "lllue Streaks-A lll.ickman, J Ilo)c,
hig tow H out by the tug Fearless The roiwnrds, W Kerr, center; II Hell
Curleton arrived here uu March 31 i linm w iMW Bllar,,3
from liicoma with u load or coal. Klve OCIo.ks-J Templeton. J.
whither she Is now returning to ngala Kreltas Mrwards. (1 Kwallko. center:
load ror this port . K ., ,S1(U M Ullbltrn. guaril8,
I Interim dlatra J Kvans, O Osg, for-
SPECIAL TRM OP KINAU. wards, P Perrelra. center; I. Kvnns,
C. Ollllland, guards.
Wllder's steamer Klnait, Captain I The first game will begin at 7-30 p.
Preeman. will make a special trip to m and the second nt S 15 p. m The
llllo, Lnupuhoehoe and other ports this games will bet ph)id In twenty mlnuto
afternoon foi the purpose or conve)lng halves with five minute Intermissions,
about ir.0 Japanese plantation labor- t
ers to various plantations The Klnau
will sail about 4 o'clock.
The paper currency or Spain now
stands at 13 per cent loss on the gold
No person under 10 )cars or ago Is
permitted to enter a Uieater or tavorn
The Bulletin, 75 cents per moith.
Hwood Shoes Wean1 '
A Shoe worthy of our highest recommendation
$4.50 BUYS A PAIR
BLOCK BOX CALF OXFORDS ot TAN OXFORDS
The Nnmc IIIiVWOOD on the Shoe Ih a (Viinrnntcc of
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE GO,, Ltd.
1057 Fort Street.
Pitici: 5 Oknts.
I BE F
Although Diligent Search
For Him Has Been
W. C. ACII1 ORDERED
TO CANCEL MORTGAGE
Purchasers of Lazarus Estate Proper
ties to Receive Rentals-Defendant
In Divorce Suit Is Supposed
To Have Skipped.
Charles P Miura) administrator of
the i stale or Tlmotli) II. Murray 'de
ecasid has tlkd his bond lu tZiw
with S M Damon as surety.
Judge Itoblnson has signed a decne
jiR1. HcibliiKim has signed a decreo
dismissing the blT! to declare a deed
10 be a inortKagc brought by Kukcka
kiiiihinl 1 1 al ngalnst J A Mngoon
Divcirm summons of Hose Huder
lunik against Hlmel i:ndermark, ehnrg
liif- extreme cruelty and habitual
Ciiiiiki-nniss has been relumed uu
MrH ,,j Ik)lltJ Siwrin Albert ilo
Cum whose diligent search failed to
. . .,.,,. .
"'' the defendni.t. The- officer
,l""lK i:l-'rmurU has gono to tho
Jiiclge (liar lias signed nn order ill-
luting J A. Thinnpson. trustee, to
i ...v . ii,., ti..T, ti.-. ...
nl-j.,1,,, s. MiOrew ItOfl. aud to Hoff-
,,,,,,, compan) Minltoel Jt"3 all
iiiwenr ciiiiiii.ii) , i.iuilieu, I.J. all
. I ing rentnts collected b) rffe trtiste-o
'upon propertied respeelhely sold
those parties In the partition suit of
Adelaide Si hllef and husband against
Josi ph Chirk and J O Carter, guar
dlaii. et nl
To night the first games of the ".
M. C A basketball league will be pla)
ed between the Alohas nnd the lllue
Stieaks and the Plvc O Clocks vs the
Intermediates The lltie-uu of the
Eastman pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for Bale at Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co, at 20 per cent below regular
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonto Temple, with American