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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. SUNDAY, APRIL 27, IflOi.
Chain and Chainless Wheels,
New Stock just arrived on Sierra.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
The greatest discovery for tho doitmotion of the rrentcHt of pests
ANT8. Kills those that como In and Itcpi others from coming. Every
housek' i'iT should havo a sample box to use, no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONG ULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. POX J30.
The Palace Grill
UUK DALY, froprletur
HONOLULU, AI'KII, a, mute
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Ctxnm vt A.ar R' I (wmmc Ko it
IlrttJnJ Salmon Mnk alt Maiiu tl lintel
fJunfiOIivi RulMnfi iiviirmi rmt
. it kklmv Smv nuMlJHn
InrnotiCob iiiicu I'lilUT-nui-r
Madicd I'.hhIhm ft ifc'J I'uUlow
KIM. 1 1 ivd oiiJih
Mufffil nnn TuiVrv I'Mnb. f r turi
Tninto l mmtiuliM
Itri!lh rtimi I'u Utltiir lliir.l and I'rand) hauo
utiltli In l'r,ni-i
AuurlM CVc sllliwi haulm Nut
lic im Chcf-w i ..!. tUr N.ilr I
Ti-i I ?1 Ti-i
Dinner trom S to 8 7 ft centB
Membcis of th" Bar Association are
icqueutid to attind the fiiniiiil of the
lain Jam's K. Kiiulln. tn bo hdd nt
Kaumakapill Chun n. 3 30 thlB after
noon. J L KAI'LVKOU Vleo-Pre
li II CSi:. Secrttary.
I Jl ! A ftl O A O n"' J'n'b-lllmas will iim an nlfred
I IVI K II III Xtl I lln.iipnxt 8alurd.i uh follows: Ceo.
ill ixniiwynu.i'i.iii.. p, u kii) i .nis. hi.tuj-
BRIGHT'S DISEASE AND DIABE
TES ARE POSITIVELY
Tho piople of tl.e Kast nti begin
ring to lenm that tin re Ib ronlly a
cure for these dreed dim aces In Cal
ifornia, and shlpmints of the Pulton
the United States
Lf.r.iwli.u lillVH I'
within a month been established In
n.ore than two dnzi n Eastern rlllea I
and persons having nffllcted frlcnda i
in tho nasicnn now be given uddrrxs
that will enable them to get the
Lonilioiinus to inem wiuiiii u loinimr-
nlivelv few hours. We have publish- t
id the names of suori s of the lined,!.',
ni tho Pacific Coast nnd the corres-jfl
pindenco that is now biglnnliw tp ;i
drop In from tho Hast Is of thf snme.-'j
fr.nvlnrlng charucler. Hire Is a sam
pie letter from Kansas:
lltirdctte, Kansas, Mutch 21,190'.'.
Jno, J. Fulton Co. Gentlemen:
Havo you placed )our Ulabetes Com
pound with any firm In St, Louis or
Kansas City )etT I bought four bot
tles from you In February while I was
nt Kxcclslor Springs, Mo , and the ex
press charges fin the box was $2.10,
I am suro your medicine Is helping
me and it's too bad such valuable
stuff Is so far away, flit It out and
li-' the poor suffering devils get aW
dance nt it. It was almost by occl-.Jl
dint I heard of It. Haw it in a ilttin
Sruthern Texas newspaper,
I'lcasoj; F001.t $1.50;
eed soni8,.V Looeg( $l0;
let mo hem from you as I ne
tnoro mcdlilno, Yours sincerely,
WM. L TAYLOR.
Medical works agree that Ilriglit's
Dlseuso and Dlnbetes are Incurable,
but 87 per tent aro positively recover
ing under tho rulton Compounds.
(Common forms of Kidney Complaint
ofier but short resistance ) Price
1100 for tlio might's Disease nnd
$1.50 for tho Diabetic Compound Jno.
.1. Fulton Co, San Francisco solo
MRS. L. S. MESICK,
Solo Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
30 School Street (Just Kwa of Nuu-
THEY NEVER COME BACK!
The Malle Illma Athletic Club team
and the Aitlllcr) nine plad a praitltt)
game of baseball ul Kiiplnlanl Park
jmlerduy nftenioon beginning at 3.30
o'clock. The game, which was not a
verj Intel etllig one, was witnessed by
a m.ill number nf people the majority
of whom were soldiers. The soldier
team led the scoring all through the
game ami although the Mallos picked
up towards the end the) lould wit nave
tlumfihi's from defeat at the hands of
the iloiighty warriors who ndiiilulslei-
c,j ,t , ,ll0 , lbu tmu 1)f jt t0 4i
The scoro by Innings was as follows:
rtlller 0 3 .1 0 0 1 U I 3 11
MallOM 000U02I2 0 S
Tlio line-up of the Ir.iuis wus as fol-
Kile I.I' t .tones
OiLorue Lieut Ilihr
I Hlght Klild.
Chllllugwurlu I.I' in NiMtmi
Ci'nttr J 'If Id.
lluch . . Dupblll
In the flxtli InnlUK riark tnnk I'o I
UIu'h phue as plti'lu r for the M.illn rt League will give an "at home'
and Tobln took WIIILitiiH' place ns Tuisday, April 28, In tho League rooms
lift fielder. The game was full of er- Progrixs block. Mrs, Oliver P. Kmur
roru, the onl) nntlct utile feature being i son will give an Informal talk.
two home runs made the Mumd b.isu
on the Artillery team, Smith, who
made them, nn halls piul r.g over the
hi ad nf the left lit ldu
lor, 2b ; Osborne, i-h , l.an. :1b., .Matia,
If. Tobln. if and ClilllliiKWortb or
1 MAY 8 to 26, 1902 i!
Irlif s-ta ti ol 12 ft n r nut-u txtlv t
nt tl l rst u jk ram i II n n tu in tin 'i
iiniiKiit ait x Mr
., ,, w, ,ntiull,.h..i
S; ' ir -' Hi; ' '
r. at i in n
.nil, ! .i.
Thursday Night, May 8,
Saturday Matinee, May 10,
Saturday Night, May 10,
Tuesday Night, May 13,
Thursday Night, May 15,
Saturday Matinee, May 17,
MERCHANT OF VENICE.
Saturday Night, May 17,
I'rOKMins lor utile r performance! v. III ee
Complete 8eenlc productions.
Armor, Costumes, Etc., Special
ly Brought for Each Play.
Scale of Prices Entire Lower
Family Circle, $1;
Season Sale Now Open at
Wall, Nichols Co. Regular Sale
of Seats May 1st.
britmrl ril!i M41I "i T.ltlh,n
U t.'l'l ieiil in Ui t In r i iv. tl
Hum vult UhiM ulur Miv i
,- - f v-ir-r ,-,-""j".p
A. C. LOVEKIN.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE JHD INSURANCE,
403 Judd Building.
Head "Wants" on page 6.
Q. II. Rcrrcy's office. S Campbell bid.
II. V. Poster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
PEERLESS PRESERVINO PAINT
111 last longer than any other.
Extraordinary values olTered this
week by the Pacific Import Co. See ad
(Joints Ac McTlghe arc boIc agents for
tho celebrated I. do Turk's California
Tho First National at 74 N. King
street makes a specialty of mixed
Ultttili books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
luaiiuluctured by the Bulletin Publish
lour amnteur photographic woik
will he well dono It taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Ihu weekly edition of tbe Evening
Hullutin ulv.es u comulcto summary of
' i he news of tho day.
U1il I'lr.V.u allirlitlv Klllltfl I Kllllfcl
tn llfCv ii nts per pnlr nt dm lis' Dry
(ii'inls Co this week
lty tho Alameda n line lot of new gro
ceries were received by Salter's gro
cery. King up telephone Hluc li81.
Table claret and other wines nro
sold by Gomes & McTlghe. liquor
dcalers.N. King Btrcct. Tel. Main 140.
llrunuer nnd Bhailman, two casuals
from Camp .McKlnle, have been post
ed as deserters. They both left camp
The members of the tlar Association
mo requested tn attend tho funeral of
ll.eii late associate J K Kaulla till,
lift' I noon,
ltourbon Whlsltey, G years old, $3 60;
Claret, 50 cents; Shciry nud Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt Hou"achlaeger Co.'s,
Miss Jennie Oirfnrd made her U but
lutu socletl nt n part gu
on in uriitl
honor nt the home of Mr nnd Mrs. W.
M. (Ilffard Kilday night
Ulshoii Nichols will primli In St.
Clement's ehurih Sunday, May .1, nnd
not today as was nnnouueed In the Ad
Mrtlst r esterda morning.
V netltlou to place the llrm ol
Kwong Hip Chongln bankruptcy hna j
ix en i nicreu in uiv rcoer.-u i uun ut
II. Hnikfeld & Co. Ltd and otheis.
At the regular 4 o'clock meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. the new president ol
the association, .1. II Atherton will be
the spiaker. Ills subjeit will be
The body of the late .las K. Knulla
will be taken to the Kaumakapill iha
pel a little after the noon hour todi.
The funeral serviced will take place at
The Uow Wongs lommeneed suit In
the Circuit Court )estciday forenoon to
gi t hold of the money In the bank that
now stands to tbe ciedlt of the Chinese
fleorgc McLeod, purchasing agent for
the Metropolitan Meat Co., with be.ul
tpiartirs In San Francisco, an I veil la
the Alameda jigtertl.i) for u visit of
three or four weeks.
The grave of Queen Hmnm nt the
Itoj.il Mausolciii'i In Nuimnu wos del
orated rrldny by old friends and ie.
tnlners. It was the nnnlveisary of the
death of the roal lady.
nother Knmnlo suit has lief n enter
ed This time It Is tbe Illshop Estate
against the sugar lompnny, It being
allegfcl b the latter that the piomoteis
have failed to pay rent
The Literary Chile of the Kllohan-i
Kvery boy and girl Is Invited to call
at the Honolulu Photo Supply Co. for
little hook of pictures taken with the
Hrownle camera. The Drownlo costs
onl) $1 for No. 1 nud (2 for No. 2.
Manuel I'edro Ferrelrn has filed n suit
In the Circuit Court against the Haphl
Transit Co. Ho wants $10,210.50 dam
ages for the nlleged killing of his sun
In an accident on November 12, 1001
On Wednesdn) evening net them
will lieu meeting of stockholdiis of tho
Hawaii Yacht Club for the pmpose of
lonslderlug the adoption of levlsed by
laws reiommended by the Uiaid of ill
rotors, and made ueicsmi) by the lU'
(orpnrallon of the tlub
The police di partment has been noti
fied that a rewind of $800 each Is of
futd for the illicit nnd detention ol
Charlis Kr.itz and Inlin K. Mini oil
1 tut It are wimtid on a dmige of brlb
i ry in munition with a lallroad fian-
chlxc bill In the niunli Ipal assembly
It has lieiu detided to have n ion
ij lour map ir.mli of the land In Paw an
v. lilt h It Is pioposrd shall be taken for
the MtKluli) Memoilal p.uk, 'Dili
Is In ordei to make estimates as to the
amount of mom It will tost to fill In
Tho phaeton of Dr. II. I" Humphrls
wui demolished ou Llllha btieet )cs
terday forenoon by one of the electric
cats. The team of hoisvs attached tu
the carriage weie being driven by tho
father of Dr. Humphrls. It was Impos
sible for the old gentleman tu get nut
of the way on nccount of tho narrow
ness of the road at the bottom of the
hill where tbe collision took place.
1 1 The car rnn Into the back end of tho.
venicie and it was all the occupant
could do to stop the horses from lim
ning away. He finally gained control
nnd tbe animals were brought to n
standstill. The Rapid Transit Co. will
piobably be asked, to pay damages.
TODAY'S BAND CONCERT.
Tho Territorial band will play nt Ka
plolani Paik this afternoon at 3
o'clock. Following Is the program"
J Tho Old Hundied.
'J I Ovtt lure Raymond Thomas
Trumpeter of Sackklngen.
. . , Nessler
Crand Selection Tho Huguenots.
Veal Selectlou I Mnitlil ...Donizetti
Cav at Ina The Itoses Oasbuir
Piece ChaiacterUtic The Stais..
Finnic Wc Too Faust
Tbo Stai Spangled Ranner.
Honest dental work
at honest prices
Tho New York Dental Parlors are
under new management and are turn
ing nut tho best kind of dental work
known to tho profession at the lowest
prices over knovn In Honolulu
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist nnd our operators nro graduate
dentists of the best-recognized scnools
In the V. 3. or the world.
Wo have a larger Btnn than any oth
er dental offlco In the city; we haa
tho best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, nnd In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us arc strictly up to date.
Wo can bsvo ou money on your den
tal work. Wo will toll you In advance
exactly whnt your work will coat by
a free examination.
8ET TEETH $5 00
GOLD CROWN9 $5.00
GOLC FILLfNG3 $1.00
8ILVER FILLINGS 60c
All our Instruments aru thoroughly
sterilized before use. '
New York Denial I'ariors
Room 4, Elite Ilunuii
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. D,
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 n..
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY IWORNING
or afternoon given , to dlctatjon will
up." Try It a month.
,, if .rt-.u
J. D. AVERY, Business Corrcspondei t
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
Washington, April 10. The Wash
ington Kveulng Stnr which has been
and Is unduly active In Its support or
the Hole leglme prints the following
Interview with the Ouvcrnor:
Sanford H. Dole, Governor of the Ter
lltory of Hawaii, arrived In the tit)
today, having come at the Invitation ul
Piesldent Roosevelt to nttend a conflu
ence Tegaidlng the conditions exihtlng '
In the Government's new possession"
In the Paclllc.
Governor Dole left Honolulu on
March 25 on the slcamei aieira and
leaihed San Francisco about a wctl.
ago. He was accompanied by William
Aimbtiong of Honolulu. 'Iho Joumo)
fiom San Francisco was wuiiout Hid-,
dent. He will like!) if mam m tliH
count! ) for a month or six weeks.
the last visit tu Govunui Uole to
Washington was four jeam ago. Ho
was nt that time picsident of tne Ha-,
w.illan lepubllc. He Is etijo)ing the
best of health and loons iii excellent
ph)slcal condition. On teaching tht
city this forenoon Governor Uolo wai,
driven fliht to the New Wlllaid and
ljtei tu the Allian), where he will mako
his headquarters during his hojourn nt
tho national capital. t
The llrst caller on the Hawaiian gov-1
ernoi was former Sccictary of Mate,
John W Fostir Later In the forenoon
Governor Dole met L A. TLurstou, whu
was foiniul) Minister from the liawu
Han lepubllc to the United blatcs, nud
Scnatm Ueoigc Carter of Honolulu, th
latter of whom was summoned here by
Presldinl Roosevelt a few wiel.s ao.
Presldiut Roobevelt not having ie
tut ned fiom ills visit to Chailston, S,
C , and tomorrow being Ceblnet da)
It is llkel) that Governor Dole will not
tall at the White House before Satui
da). Gov. Dole Talks.
"1 do not know that I tan sa) no
thing of lntirest legardlng Hawaii
ot lit i than In a geneial iuij," Govei
nor Dole t.ald to an Lvenlug Stai ie
portci, who tailed on him this after
noon 'The afrnlis of tho Tenllur
t l.ni ii In i ii tn inn i ii n trill n m itiltiiv i .
ni s- iji ii tu itui vneiiii, its ijiiiuift rti
muth In the luittlue. that It would la
tlllllctill lo slnhle out an) ore thing tu
' Wt ate Just i merging from one ol
the 1,1 vcicKt inlny Hiabona that tho lsl
auds have ever known 'lliere has btcn
a treiiifuuoits ni in mi t throughout tnu
tt imjii It bus beaten the lecuul fu
' The expectation of annexation tu
the Fulled States nnd legalization of it
in lSHi produced an activity In busl-lie-is
and In laud paitlculaily. Land
valuta went up. It was not a bourn
such as somo pnrts of tho United
States havo experienced within the
past detutle. New plantation enter
prises and old ones developed on n big
ger siule were taken up and their stock
plated on the market. The old basis
wab J100 on a share. Tor facilitating
the dealing in shares many wero made
on n baBls of 20, or flvo of the new
to one of the old.
"This tempted many persona with
little money lo buy, particularly of the
stocks that were placed on the maiket
as ntsessablo shares. The puribasers
were permitted to pay In Installment
as called for. There was a great Inter
est manifested; I don't know but ex
citement would bo tho bitter woid,
School teacheis, cmplo)es, hack dilv
ers, nearly overybody who had tho
money made Investments. Women ni
well as men pationlzed tho stock mar
ket. Beyond Available Capital.
'Tho now enterprises wero on a largv'
scale, not wildcat, although some wne
so hmrledly gouo Into that the watir
Lasls was not Investigated, and they
went through. As a ltile the) were
solid but thoy weio beyond tho avail
able capital of tho country. Money be
came tighter, nnd many peisons wet a
un iblo to pay their assessments They
that did not pan out. A largo numb".'
that did not pan out. A largo number
of persons did realize profits by bu)lnfi
Pretty neaily everything that you
can think of In tho harness lino Is In
cluded In our big display,
Every harness wo sell Is a bargain,
and we sell all kinds from light track
indroad to heavy coach and team
I arness. From no ono else can you
get tho harness value wo give jou.
Sole Agents J. A, McKerron'i fin 8
Harness and Horse Boots.
C. F. Ilerrick
125 Merchant St., next to Stnnjjenwnld Building.
NEW GOODS IN ALL LINES
OF THE GROCERY TRADE
PER S. S, ALAMEDA : :
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Fort Street, nbove Bcrctnnln.
and selling qulckl). Shareholder!
were unable to pay up and stock de
clined. Hut enterpiises have gone on
tn a fall winking basis. Large sugai
mills aic making sugar at fair
"In (he meantime prices of sugar
have dropptd This naturally affected
flocks. All plantations weie affected
mid the htJde of all on the market
went liiwt-i. The stock of rome of the
p'nntntlons Ih held b) a few Arsons,
and no stock U offered for sale.
1 lit- unteitalnty as to the action ot
Congress toward Cuba has had soma
effiit It hna Injected an clement of
ui.ieitaint) as to the future In sugar
likes, and It has nlso affected tlin
value o, p.aniai.on, snares.
"iauor since tho Ttirltorlal Act
went Into effect has been disturbed.
Previous to the Organic Act. wheh be-
mm, , n,i. i.. 1 1 it.nn .. .. 1...1 I
forced nenall). This system was
lagotis to n laige degree to the s) stein
used b vessel owneis In employing i
sailors in the old whaling times 'Ship-
ping on a plantation' Is a icmmon ex-
Hussion I'sed by laborers who hlro
,.,.., ,., . ,,
' VV llPII Ihlu BILl.m rtrttnn tn n Bii.l.t.i.
termination by the operation of the,'"" "0t "" decllle1 ct' bUt WlU bo' '
Tenltoiial AH thece men were under t,,lnk- v'thln n couplo or months. The
no revtrktlons. Labor of the whole . t'ernment has little money In Eight
iiiitrlr) was Immcdlatel) disturbed, .il- r,r the pa)inent of these claims,
though not completely Many laboi ers "As to the land laws, tncy havo
lift the plantations where tliev were- been substantially confirmed by tho
implo)ed nnd roamed about the 1st- Ti rrltorlal act. nnd tho administration
.. ,,,,-; i-m tu iiuuuiiiiu 10 see 11
t!iej cuuldn't find fomcthlng better or
more to their liking to do They wem
Imbued with the belief that the Or
Mule Ait opened the wa) for higher
pi Ices for labor There was no strike
Theie was no oragnlzatlon nmong them
and their falte hopes soon became em.
phnslzed I he) alwu)s stier for Ho
Prlies for labor went lower In u.
11 vv mouths the disturbance settled
.,,,.. ,. ... ..
..mm. Some went back to the old
palliations, otheis went to now places
ol 1'iuplo) nient The condition adjust-
m1 ltsilf Labor wages went up n lit-
t) Japanese, Chinese nnd Portu
tutso laborers are constantly leaving
lb"' plantations when thoy cnu get
.ti.metlilng better to do Plantations
nie uiwj)s iooking for new labor, i
Porto Rlcant a Disappointment I
"Then new Chine-Bo labor was shut1
cut. The Japanese wero Interrupted'
loi the tlmo being Finally tho plan-!
tntions bevnn to bring In Porto R.
I mils. TIiIh an. In lannon. inn.
At nut "inin , n i i w ... . . tliat the statement Is nyide In the vir
t ll0" TU h.B".,.h" J nUmbe.r " that tho man d.ela on tho th.
, . uu uU,.uiru weru imponea. whereas ho died on the 25th. Further-
I Ihey hnve been a disappointment to more, tho verdict Is only signed by live
f omo extent The Porto RIcans are Jurors Instead of regulation Blx.
'lot very good workmen. Thoy aro In- "
r 'Ir.etl to beggary If any one will listen ARRIVED.
1 1., them Their tendency Is to leavo Saturday, April 2C.
IM Plantations and como to Honolulu JlV'r"' '""" m" ""!?
In heir Tho P,i m.- v. . "W n0rt3' at 2:3 P- m- " ma
o beK. The Porto RIcans havo not , ,)a88enKers nnu 1D hecp 109 h0 21
proven satlsfactor) as laborers or as cords wood, 37 sacks coffee, 124 pacg
'niulltions to the population. inges sundries.
Iho planters aro now considering
Pew they Bhall kcop up tho labor pup-
Ply Tho Japanese nro coming in
sllvvly, but steadily It Is desirable
o more than ono nationality.
ore the difficulties. Th m.
.These are tho difficulties,
tltlnnu nr ,tl . ...
" ,1, M,.,iib u Bic-llt. crop HUB
)inr. Generally they aro In a good
arliulturnl condition. Thoy havo
nt best of producing machlnory.Some
in tho Island of Hawaii suffered sa
veiely last )iur from tho drought, but
thoy 'have recovered considerably.
They expect this trouble over) fuvv
There Is some complaint among w. C M.)er. W A. Mcy,., Mrs. !.' Hu.t
business men nnd it Booms to be due and 2 thlldieu, ami 121 deck passui
lo tho tightness of tho money maiket. Bern,
Thero nro no fnllures or assignments '
li speak of. Tho rnuBo of tho com-1 1'bo Evening nullctln, 75 cents ffr
"' -" ''iWjrifffeUij . ih,MMu.b .-
plaint seems to be based entirely on
the tightness of the money market.
Tho enterprises are too largo for the
available capital. Retailers feel the
ccrdltlou most; yet all are affected.
"The Government of Hawaii Is llm
lied by the revenues, which are InadO'
quate for carrying on necessary pub
lie Improvements, the current reve
lutes being Insufficient other thnn to
cany on the administration expenses,
The Legislatuiu nt the last session
fulled to enact legislation fnr leans
that weie desirable. The country lost
n large part of tho revenues nt tho be
KUinnR of the Teirltory by the trans
r,r of , CU9tom, r(1eml0Sj nmount.
r,B to nUout $1,200,000, to the Federal
,.,lut ,e " , , T
... . .
mortal liov ernment Is doing some-
nna-ltulnR ,n tnu na of nuullc l'"Prove
nients. but not nearly so much as
nt:glTt to be done. The flro claims for
the buildings that wero burned at the
time of tho bubonic iilnetin lu Ilnno.
'i i 10 nro numerous nnd nggre-
, , , ,. , ,
1 gate n large nmount. These clams
of lands has bci u proceeding as
A Coroner's Inquest was hell last
night on the remains of Knhoonolu.nii
ho, the native who was killed b) an
Kvalanihe of sand us he was woiklnj;
"i iiu .uiittii.i iiiiari-y. i lie lu iiu .
uldlct WM r,.turtK(, tj the Jr
"That the said Kahoonohonobo a
male Hawaiian, came to 1.1s death at
Honolulu, Island of Oalm, TeirPoiy of
Hawaii, on the 2lth day of April, A, I).
1902, from suffocation duo In an uccl
dent nt Mnklkl quarry !u laid Ilouu
lulu, caused by a sand-rllde.
C. F. CIIILLINGWOIl) li.
FRKD W. WB3T,
F. J. WOODllltlDfli:,
E. E. STGAD.MAN,
Attention might bo called to the fm t
From Hllo nnd way ports, per sir.
Klnuu, April 2G J. A. Ruck. Mtb. W
Mntson, Miss L. JIntson, Miss Camp-
! I?"1- W' v Mo"-i'n am! v.Ife, ,f. M.
0at- W'. P. -Madeira, A. F. oihclduker
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llreede, nnd wife
Henry Vida nnd son, E M Sco-
vlllc, W. Lang, I. J. Sullmon, ,'. A
Uiiius, i: V linnkopky Slrj Fat. Y
't'knkuwn, A Nghlni, A. Turn l
I't.llt. A SlOtt, J In llllllHH S. P
Snow, Mib Adatld .mil servant J. l
Coiilsim, ( li Klnegel J . Dickson,
O, W Patton, Jarcd G Smith, Mlsj J
Smith, C II. Judd. R. I). King, A. J
I.wmu It At 'Ptiiii 1.1. tin., A t . .. ns.. .. i. t
BIG CROWD EXCITED i
(Continued from Dago 1.)
their captains giving them their last
Instructions before the first pull came.
At 8:20 o'clock the Portuguese start
ed to pull against the men of the Pa
cific Hardware Company. Tho Hard
wares had the advantago from tho
start, pulling the marker two Inches
over the lino at the start. From two
Irenes the Hardwares won three Inches,
then another Inch. Here It stayed for
four or five minutes, tho backets of
tbe Hardwares yelling themselves
hoarse, Uut the Portuguese were do
ing nobly. They were fighting like
mad to regain tho few inches of rope,
Ono man was holding on to a cleat with
his teeth, tho muscles of his neck
straining nnd standing out like whip
cord, Uut the Hardwares seemed tn
have a hold that could not be over-
Hardwares Gain the Rope,
Pretty Boon the Hardwaics had lha
marker a foot over the line. Then they
Blovvly gained another foot. Captain
Keknullke called to his men nnd the
Hardware bo)s responded with an Inch
more Captain Mochailo yelled at his
men and the Portuguese trained and
Jerked the Inch away from the. Haul-
Here the din became most uproari
ous. Not for n moment did the strain
of excitement relax while the pull was
on. Kach member of the audience felt
that he was pulling with ono or the
Then the Hawaiian boys of tlio Hard
waic Company managed to get ns much
as threo feet of rope. Then there was a
The Poituguese made a strong stand
and regained three Inches. The Hard
'varcn had them putled out, however,
nnd in a few minutes had as much ni
tour feet of rope It did not take long
tor the other foot to be gained nnd
a mid tremendous cheers nnd the strains
of the band the three judgts declare 1
the Hardware bo)s the victors. It had
taken them twenty-four minutes tn
pull five feet of tope from the Portu
guese The Portuguese team was over a hun
dred pounds lighter than that of tho
Hardwaro Company, tbo foimer weigh
ing 1111 pounds to the bitter's 1255
Longshoremen Start Well.
When the crowd had had a chance to
iccover somovhat from tho excitement
of the first contest the one between the
Knnl Ke Aus and the Longshoremen
The Longshoremen started out as If
they were going to pull their oppouents
over on their side of the house. For
probably four minutes they Ii Id a foot
of the enemy's lope, thrn thu Kanl
Kc Aus turned things theli v.n) and
soon had the victor).
There nai a hot tussle win n the
niaikcr was v.orkcd back tn the lino
b) the Kacls This lasted two or thne
Minutes Excitement, as inn) be Ima
gined, was most iutmio ,vben the
marker was teen to be hovirlng over
the line When the Kanis once had
Hie murker ou their side of the line,
however, t!Hy kept It there jnd pulled
the requlied flvo ffet fiom tho Long
bbortaitn In fifteen mlnutis.
Tho evening's contests weie voted
successes by all who saw them. It U
I lobablc that a still gi eater crowd will
attend the next event.
The teams which contested last niglil
Acre as follows:
M. Coito (anchor) Ij"
Jose de Gouvela ,1"''
J. Perreira 1"'
J. Stone W
P. Augunto 15"'
M. Sebastiao l7
. Furtadu lc-
J Mathado, captain .
PACIFIC HAUUVVARi: CO.
Knl ml (.mi hoi) -W
k inlhuc . . , , P 1
I). Kekaulike, captain .
Kakaa (anchor) 175
Naluawahtnc 1T1 (
I mi 135
Id maun 150
li .1, Mossmnn, cuplain.
KANl KE AU.
Miguel (anchor) 175
Ed Duv .Michelle, cuplain,
Chalmers Graham, A, G. M, Robeit
son and C, Ii. WlUon ncre the Judges
Mis, Harry Lewis gave n very in
Jo)iible reception to a lugo number of
ladles at her home (tleiday nftei
noon. Halstead & Co., Ltd
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