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SINE CAPTAIN'S IIS
Captuln Kelly of the bail!
j looklug lor the person or persons
who stole two pigs from bis vessel.
Shortly after leaving San Francisco
on tho last trip down, several little
pigs were born aboard the Mohican.
Captain Kelly undertook to bring two
of them up on tho bottle, Inasmuch as
tbclr roateruul pnreut refused to givo
them tho attention to which they
were entitled. Condensed milk was
used and the little pigs prospered. Cup.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Gridley, you may fire
I tnln Kelly was looking forward to a
I feast one of thesu days and the two
I little pigs, which had been named
'Tore" mid "Aft" by the salloiB, wcro
ibe pets of the bark. On Saturday
night or Sunday morning last some-
body annexed the toothsome porkers
and Captain Kelly knows them no
In all probability tho twin piggies
have already graced tho festive board
of borne generous luau In Kakaako or
Kowalo. Captain Kelly will givo an
appropriate reward to any ono who
will give information leading to the
apprehension of the guilty parties.
EVENINO HUM.RTIN. HONOLULU It. T.. MONDAY,
Yesterday being the last day of the.
duly (Ihost celebration at the club
.louse of the Holy Ghost Society on
t'uiichbowl road, thcie w'ere festivities
.t bit more hilarious than on Frldaj
and Saturday. The whole place was
iccorated throughout the day anil
night and the Mission band discoursed
,u u sic.
A good time was Indulged In by all.
While It Is an undisputed fact that
there were many present who had
nothing but Innocent pleasures In their
minds still, as on all occasions of the
Hind, there was an element present
which succeeded In creating such u
disturbance that It was necessary to
call In the air of the police.
While the festivities were at their
height last night, Jackson, n negro who
was slightly the worse for liquor, got
into an altercation with several Por
tuguese roughs and was laid out sense
less. Not satisfied with this, the Portu
guese adjourned to a neighboring
fence, tore off a number of rickets, and
were In the act of again attacking the
already prostrate negro, when Officers
Muleltuer nnd Kane arrived on the
sceue. The Portuguese scattered am)
Jackson was the only man bagged. He
appeared In the Police Court today
but, being still under the Influence of
his previous night's debauch, was un
able to answer to the charge agalnit
him. The case went over until tomor
row. Some natives went up to the place
during the night to see the sights nnd
one of the number was cut with a knife
and badly battered. He cannot ray
who assaulted him as the crowd was so
In the afternoon, several cairlnges
passed the hall of the Holy Ghost so
ciety on the way from Tantnlut li
town and were forced to wait until hu
crowd saw lit to clear the street In or
der to allow them to pass. A Japanese
ran Into one of these vehicles with a
soda water wagon and, taking this as
an excuse for nn assault, a big burly
Portuguese struck the Japanese in the
Fights were numerous during the day
mouth, knocking out one of his teeth,
and particularly during the night, the
religious observance being diverted
Into a veritable free-for-all rough-and-tumble
IS Hi 10 REST
The funeral of the late David Kane
wnnul toolCpIace from the memorial
chapel at Kamchamehn Sunday utter
noon In the pretence of a large num
ber of friends. Included among whom
were the former school associates of
the deceased and the teachers and pu
pils of Kamehameha. The Interment
took place In Kawalahao cemetery.
The funeral took place shortly aft
2 o'clock. The casket was set at the
foot of the platform In the chapel,
covered with beautiful floral offerings.
Seats In the transept were occupied by
the trustees the Illshop 'Estate while
on the platform were Principal Dyke,
Hon. Fred W. Ileckley, Principal V.
Thompson of the .Manual School. Rev.
Mr. Lono, David AI, .Mr. Fiikumura.
Dr. W. IJ. Elkln nnd C. E. King. The
order of exercises was as follows:
"In the Ulcssed Land of Heaven"
Prayer Rev. Mr. AI.
Scripture Reading Rev. Mr. Lono
Address Mr, Fiikumura.
"Nearer, My God. to Thee"
Address Mr. Thompson
Address Mr. Ileckley
"I.lft Thine Eyes"
Kamehameha Girls' School
Addiess Rev. Mr. AI
"Rock of Ages" Choir
Benediction Dr. W. II. Elkln
i lie uuurcss wsn cieiivereu iiy .Mr.
Fiikumura. one of the classmates of tho
deceased. It was n most fitting tribute
to the memory of the deceased.
Representative Fred Ileckley, first
president of the Kamehameha Alumni
Association spoke very feelingly In Ha
waiian. Rev. David AI also delivered
an affecting nddress.
The casket was borne to the hearse
by Solomon Fiikumura, Bonnie Lemon,
Thomas Treadway. Simeon Nawaa, all
classmates of the deceased, and Edwin
Montgomery, Abraham Kaulukou. S.
William Spencer and C. E. King, offi
cers of the Alumni.
The cadets of Kamehameha tinder
Major Wilson, the Alumni, representa
tives of tho Advertiser nnd Kuokoa. all
on foot, formed the mnjor part of the
procession to the cemetery, although
there were n large number of carriages.
The body was burled In a grave be
side that of the wife who died a couple
of years ago. Rev. H. II. Parker offi
ciated at the grove. The girls of Ka
mehameha sang "The Lord Is My Shep
herd" and the bugler from Kamehame
ha sounded "Taps,"
There has lately been some discus
sion among the rowing contingent of
the Myrtle iloat Club on account of tho
fact that the sports program which the
committee on sports for the Fourth of
July are at present arranging, may In
terfere with the Regatta Day events.
There bus been some talk of post
poning Regatta Day to the fifth but
this course meets with little favor with
the members of the boat crewt. These
have already been In training for quite
a while and look forward to being able
to break training and enjoy themselves
a little on the glorious Fourth.
Tho prospects of spending that day
In ubstemuous training Is not f, nil al
luring to many of the rowers n,y! It la
probable that all efforts will bo mado
to havo tho Regatta Day on the Fourth.
It Is thought that the members of the
Hcalani lloat Club feci about tho same
way upon the matter. In all probabil
ity, tho matter will be definitely decid
ed upon In tho near future.
I). I.ycurgus was granted a retail
Honor lli'cnso for Hllo, and J. R. Gaspar
a light wine and beer llcenso for Moun
tain View, by tho executive council.
Weather Hureau, Punahou, May 2C
Temperature Morning minimum.
j$; Midday niaxlum. SO,
liarometer at 9 a. m, 30.12. Rising.
Dew Point C3F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 07 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
20. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NE
Sunday, May 23.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
ports, a' 6 a. ru., with 820 bags sugar,
i sacks taro. 74 bags bottles, 15
sacks of potatoes, C hides, 79 hogs
mid 11? package sundries; man, cab
in nnd deck passengers.
Str.ii. W. O. Hall. S. Thompson, from
Kauai orts, at 5 a. m., with 57SO bags
Flint-. James Makcu, Tullelt, from
Stmr. Mlhau, Thompson, from Ana
hola. Am. schr. Columbia, Sptague, 22
days from Ilallard, at 11 a. m,
Am. bkln. Irmgard. Schmidt, 15 days
from San Francisco, at 7:15 a. m.
Monday, May 20.
Am. bk. Ceylon, Wilier, from Laysan
Island; off Koko Head at 12:10 p. m.
Sunday, May 25.
Am. Iik. Kalulanl. OrlffliTis. for San
Francisco, with sugar at 7:30 n. in.
Am. schr. ltotx-rt l.ewers. Under
wood, for the Sound in ballast, at
11:15 a. in
Monday. May 20.
Am. cruiser Manila, llalser, for llre
mertou, at 11:30 a, m.
TO SAIL TODAY.
Stmr. Helene. Nicholson, for Panu-
tmu, Kukaiau, Ookala, Laupahoehue,
and Pnpaaloa, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Jnmes Makee, Tullett. for Kl
lauea, Kallhlwal and llanaki, nt I
Schr. Malolo, for llanaki and Kail
blwal, nt 5 p. m.
Schr. Kawallanl. for Koolau l.orts
(If released by L S. Internal Ilovenuo
Schr. Lady, for Koolau ports.
Schr. Ka Mol, for Paaullo.
Schr. Alice Kimball, for l.anal
Schr. Ada, for Ilaualel and Kallhl
wal, TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr. Kiuaii, Kreemnn, tor Hllo and
way ports, at noon.
Stmr. Mamia l.oa, Slmcrsou, for Ha
waii mid Maul ports, at noon.
Stmr. Maul, for Maul ports (Claud-
lues run), nt . p. iu.
Schr.- Chas. I.. Woodbury, for llllo.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 5 p. in.
O. S. S. Sierra, lor San Francisco
(due a. m. from Colonics).
Am. sp. Acme, for New York wlta
From Kauai poits, per stmr. V. (1.
Hall. .May 25. A. 8. Wilcox, wife and
daughter; O. N. VTIlcox. K. R. Hen
dry. .Miss II. Quint. A. Knlglrt, M. Sou
za and wife. Miss Souza, J. Cook, I.
A. Ilrant, J. I.. Coiitton, Captain F,
K. Dedrlck. Sanamayo, Igushl, Chas.
Tin, wife and seivant. Master Charles
Ding, N. (!. Gang, Chun Sang, Ochla.
and 07 deck.
From Maul ports, per stmr. Claud
lne, May 25. Miss J. Hnrtwcll, J. 11.
Myets. II. C. Ovenden, G. M. Han
cock and wife, Geo. II. Hancock. Thcg,
11. Hancock, C. I.. Prouty, W. O.
Taylor. W. G. Scott and wife, John
Gomes. J. A. Tuthlll, C. II. I.oweo,
W. II. Field and wife. Mrs. Know-
'ton, Mrs. Huntington. Miss Keelen, S.
Kugumuta. Mrs. J. W. Knlua, Mrs. H.
nipl. C. I). I.ufkfTi. P. A. Potter.
Chang Chow. Major Wood, W. Ilerlo
wltz, and 31 deck.
For San Fianclsco, per o. S. S. Si
erra. May 27. Dr. George W. Burgess,
Mrs. Annie J. Ilurgess, Dr. and Mrs.
C. II. Wood and daughter, n. F. Dil
lingham and wife. Mis. a. Barnes,
.Mrs. A. C. Pfeidner and child, Thos.
E. Wall, Miss M. M. Dicker, J.' D.
Kenny. Mis. A. I.. Appelmau. Mrs. C.
111. Allen, John McGregor. Georce Me
Lnughlln, It. Murray. W. Mclloy. J,
Paly, A. J. Lyon and wife, C. P. St.
John, J. Meri-yflcld, V. II. Ilalott,
Mrs. J. IJ. Long. Mrs. F. K. Owens,
Miss Owens. Roy Owens, Frederick
Wai'de nnd company.
IN BASEBALL CIRCLES
While Saturday's game of bnao'iali
between the Mallc-Illma aatl I'uhcom
uouse teams was by no means lie
from errois, still It proved to be one t.r
the most Intensely Interctlng of thu
seasou. At on Mas of the camu tin
exclte,u?nt reacned suh o pitch tin
the band, stationed on the grounds, was
unably to find a note high enough to
match and people from back of the
ropt-3 were standing on the chairs of
llie newspaper men and ofllclal umpire,
The Malles won by a score of 11 to 12,
thui. administering the flHt defeat ever
experienced by the Smugglers.
Tbdie Is one matter connected with
tb arrangement of tho grounds that
In the opinion of those who had oc
casion to notice It, should be watched
more closely during tho progress of fu
Any number of peoplo gained admis
sion free by means of the entrjwe near
the terminus of the Rapid Transit Co.
and others, among them being somo
reputable citizens of tho Piumhuu local
ity, came In with chairs from the direc
tion of Pauahi hall.
The baseball men wlsli to have. It
mentioned that the proceeds of the
games aro partly used to swell the Mc
Klnley Memorial Fund nnd also that
where tho public waa wont to pay
twenty-fivo cents for ono gamo, it now
pays the tame amount tor two games.
MAY 28, 1001.
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if so, you need a
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quality. We ma'k them and deliver- them free.
We sell tourists' requisites cheaper than regular dealers do, be
cause with ua that line Is merely an Incident of our business. With
them It Is a specialty.
Judge Prices by these Two!
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frame. Holland linen lined, hand sewed French edges,
corners riveted nnd stitched, patented Bprlng locks,
brass trimmings, hag handle with brass loops riveted,
four straps and shirt pocket In body, 22lnches lolig. In
russet and chocohte colors $6.95
OXFORD BAG, extra large, heavy stock, long grain, hand sew.
ed Buglls'i steel frame with polished brdss lock and catches,
Vienna handle, elegantly leather lined with pockets, stay
Inches long 14 15 16 17 13
Prlco $6.55 $7.05 $7.40 $7.90 53.25
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For Want Column See Page Six
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FOR SALE One Singer automatic
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baby's gocart. adtuitable. latest mod
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LOST Many people loio their hair
tluougn neglect. Uo Pjehecos
Dandruff Killer and save your hair,
At Union Rarbei Shop
LOST From Pualellanl. Walklkl, a
coach dog, with collir on neck. Suit
able reward will lie paid on return
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of same to office of Kaplolanl Estate.
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AND HIS COMPANY
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KAUAI NEWS NOTES.
The Garden Isle of Llhue, Kauai, for
May, has Just been published. In It are
contained the following notes of the
Mr. Ilergau of Hanalel has gone tn
Honolulu. It Is understood that hi
resignation as deputy sheriff of that
district has been auepted.
The engagement of a popular gentle
man nt tho Fair View hotel has been
There havo been heavy stoms at
Hanalel of late. In ono day during last
week, It rained ten Inches nnd the re
sultant Btrong flood tarried away the
"ferry" at Kallhlwal, on which were
several passengers, but fortunately no
lives were lost,
Tho ping-pong craze has reached
Mr. Hofgaard of Walmea has been
tjulto 111 for tho last two weeks or so.
There was a largo gathering at the
Catholic church at Kapala on "Pente
cost day." A now band stand had been
erected for the occasion
Bulletin. TSc oer month-
NEW - TO-DAY
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Kan Sofia Works, Limited, held at
j their office on May lfltn, 1902, O. 0.
I Kinney was elected Secretary vice
Henry J. Lyman, resigned.
O. O. KINNEY,
During my absence of about two
months. Dr. C. 1.. Garvin will attend
to my prnctlce.
In all business matters, tho Hawaii
an Trust Co. will act for ie under full
power of attorney. C. II. WOOD.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
chamber. In Probate. In tho Mntter
of the Estate of Robert Llshman, late
of Honolulu. Oalui. The Last Will and
Testament of said deceased, having
been presented to said Court, together
l with a Petition for tho Probate there-
i of. and for tho Issuance of Letters
' . . ... .....
Testnmcntary to Margaret Llshman
having been filed, notice Is hereby
given that Monday, the 30th day of
June. A. D. 1902, nt 10 o'clock a. m.. of
said day, at the Court Room of said
Court, at Honolulu, Oahu, be and the
same hcrcTJy.ls appointed the time and
place for proving said Will and hearing
Honolulu, May 22d, 1902.
Ry tho Court:
2157 May 20; June 2, 9, 10.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
I Notlco Is hereby given that tho nnl.
,J mats described below havo been lm
(..pounded In tue Government Pound at
j'.l'Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
j ! unless the pound fees nnd damages
Ml aro sooner satisfied will bo sold at
1 ! tho dnte hereafter named according to
J,. May 23, 16021 Ray Jiaro. undescrlb
I; able brand, wlilto spots on fore
i'j! j headrlght hind foot lame, four legs
May 23, 19021 Day Horse, branded
T on rlgnt hind leg, wlilto Btroko on
forehead, right foreleg white, others
;.May 23. 19021 Gray Jenny, branded
N U on rig-lit hind leg. white stroko
on neck, short main and tall.
j'jj The nbovo strayed animals will bo
J; sold on Saturday. Juno 7, 1902. 12 noon
jV" not called for before tho dato men-
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R, STOCKTON
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
J AS. F.
65 Queen St.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction, a largo
quantity of new goods, consisting of
Assorted Canned Meats, . , i
Assorted Canned Table Fruit, ;? '
Salmon, Oysters, Condensed Milk,
Soap, Etc., Etc.,
ShlrtB, Undershirts, Perfumery,
Dressing Combs, Drushes, Stntonory,
Toilet Soaps, Uaskets, Matting,
lc" Etc' if!
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OH TUESDAY, MAY 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, 1
wilt sell at Public Auction, a large
quantity of household furniture, con
Oak nnd Iron Reds, Dureaiis,
Washstands, Wardrobes, Rockers,
Chairs, Oak Tables,
Handsomo Inlaid Tables,
Kitchen Tables, Crockery,
Glassware, Folding ned,
Chests of Drawers, Cabinets,
Square Piano, Etc., Etc. "
Ja8- F. Morgan,
Auction Sale .
ON THURSDAY, MAY 2911),
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On the premises, Fort street, next to
Fort Street House, near corner of
Vineyard street, I will sell at Public
Auction by order of Mrs. Scheucrman,
the entire household furniture, con
Parlor Furniture, Rockers. Chairs,
Rugs, Matting, Curtains, Pictures,
Square Piano, Iron Reds,
Dureaus, Washstands, Nets,
Bedclothes, Pillows, Rox Couch,
Mirrors, Clocks, Hanging Lamps,
Dining Table, Chairs, Sideboard,
Handsomo Ico Box, Meat Safe,
Dishes, Glasses, Cutlery,
Kitchen Utensils, Firewood, '
Garden Tools, Etc.
JAS. H. MORGAN.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer at Prlvato Sale,
premises on Dcretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustnco Esq.; 130
tcct on Rerctanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco 9000; onohalf casTJ, bat
anco on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises 259 Kinau St..
at present occupied by Mr. A. LucaB.
Property ban a frontage on Klnau'SC
cl 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, Kitchen, Rath,
laigo Carriage House. Prlco 1500.
Terms, one-half cash; balanco on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
hns a right of way entrance to Bore
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
100 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot. Prlco
$1000. One-half cash, balanco on
ti'ortgngo at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Beretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,