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might be within reasonable limita
tions, n very agreeable exercise If you
dioosc thu right mower We carry tbe
ROYAL BALL BEARING
PENNSYLVANIA and the
Wo have them from $4 50 to 20 ami
have grass cntihcis to adjust to any
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:,
NEW BUILDING, CORNI1R FORT AND KING STREETS.
Sruled Tenders will bo rerolvrd li
tbe Treasuier until I J o'clock noon on
Saturday. Juno 7th. 10t2. for T. irlto
rial Trtaaui) Notes, under tlio iiro I
ilons contained In Chapter ,"2 of tbo
Civil I.JW3 ot IbI'7. to tlio amount of
HSO.ftuo Tendi'is tu lio In sums of
tl.l'OU. or multiples tborool. payable In
V. S. Gold Colli, Funds t" bo nallablo
on July 1st. l'.iy.'. nt tlio Ticusuior's
office Eueb noto to bo Issued for tbo
Term of Six Mouths. Tor full p.utlc
nlum hlddt-rs nro roforn il to sabl Ait
s iirlntotl below.
WM. II. WltmilT,
Approved. HENRY 13. CU0I'I3R,
Troasutcr's Offlio. May 19. 19'i2.
Chapter 52, Civil Laws 1897.
TERM TREASURY NOTES.
Sco. 070. The Treasurer upon the
approval of tbo Governor may Issuo, at
jar. upon pi'bllo tonilor, to any poison
fir corporation Torni Treasury Notes
In tho nanio of tho Hawaiian Tioasory.
Pot 1177. Tho said Troasmy Notes
shall bo Issuoil In sums of Olio Thou
sand Dollars or multiple thoioof. and
(hall not exceed at any 0110 time Onei
Jlundrcd and l-'lfty Thousid Dollars
Sec. B78. Tho rate of Intel ost shall
SALOON LICENSES SUBJIXT
TO GOVERNOR'S APPROVAL
Treasurer Wright Replies to Slander
ous Attack--Illicit Liquor Selling
In Country Districts -Special
Without noto or louiinuit, tbo Adver
tiser (uplos fiom tlio Outlook eoire-
spondence purporting to huvo boon
wiltteu b) a visitor to Honolulu, ol
Willi h tho following Is spoolmon pas
"Tho liquor pioblom Is also tine of
groat sorlousnoss In Hawaii. Just now
all pi o lous icstrnlnt have boon
nbatidiuiod roruirrly something line
a inocllllcntlein of tbo Mlnlcnpolls ir
still tod district plan of saloon Iloous
lng was In vogue, but slnro admission
'.0 tho Union tlio grunting of lloonsos
has boon In tbo hands of a single offl
cr tloornor Doto unfoitmiatoly up
I olutoil a most unlit man In a scorning
l lilt of iioiomniodatloii, ami this man
It.nu ,,.,, ,,,,.! llmnuu vtllti unr il lll,tr.
not oxiood seven por cent per minimi, ,,,.,, , , , , , ...
, ' , , ... , 1 fcllt that Honolulu is crowded with s.t
tree of tax, and bo payable nt the duo ; ' . ,
. ' . Irons pushing nut Into all dlstilits, cs
date of tho noto. , .. , , , .
..,., , ., , ,'peeiill among tho laboring people,
ficc. 070. Tbo tondorB for the said,' ' . .
Treasury Notes shall slate tho rate ot I , .
: . ' ,, . 1 , n Jtlredy free from tbo liquor post have
Interest for gold tenders, or for silver 1. '
. ... become the prey of unscrupulous sa-
ll-IlUUIB. illlil WI11.-111L-1 it, uv i.-yui. M
fold or silver coin.
See. S0. The term for which any
Treasury Noto sliall be Issued shall
sot exceed seven months.
See. CS1. The form of said Treas
ury Notes snail bo as follows:
HAWAIIAN TREASURY NOTE.
(ho sum of Dollars
payable In U. S. Gold Coin on presen
tation of this note properly endorsed.
This loan Is made for Six Months
(mm July 1st, 1902, and will bear In
terest until fully paid from July 1st.
1902. at tho rate of pur
cent per annum.
Registrar of I'ublic Accounts.
2152 May 20. 26,
June 2, 6.
THE LAST BOOK
FRANK R. STOCKTON
loon men. As a consequence, the lift
tlvo Hnwallnus are becoming de
Ticnsuror W. 11. Wright, who is ths
licensing officer Is at a loss to Imag
ine who could hao furnished the Out
look correspondent with suib a mall.
clous slander upon lilm In his offlclnl
"Every applliatlon for n saloon li
ce into Is considered In tho rxri'iitlve
council," Mild Mr. Wright this morn
ing, "and no license Is Issued until tbo
application bus been approved by tho
council. Sumo applications aro turn
oil iliiwn foi good and sufficient ions
ons. Licenses for retail liquor selling
nro result ted to ceiluln limits In tha
clt by the eociitho iJiuIh power
granted by law.
"The Governor has the final word In
granting saloon licenses, no being tfio
iiuthorit) ultimately responsible, ns In
fatt tho (imcrnur pointed out when the
matter was discussed.
"It illicit liquor selling could bo
stopped In the couiitr) dlslilcts. it
would be well. Yet It has been nolo
lloiislj existent for joins without num
ber. Scaicoly n Chinese stoiekeopur
on the other Islands but bus a U. S.
Interim! Revenue license bunging up In
"Tho point lis to w-hetlier I could act
Independent of the Goernor. or the
exeoutho council, wns raised with re
gard to the Issiuince or Trimo beer li
censes. These) licenses Tiuu boon
granted by myself peisonnlly, under
llie law gUIng a funic hlsc for tlio
blowing of beer In Honolulu. Howev
er, If I'rlmo beer licenses should come
to bo Issued liej carter, I would submit
applications therefor to the executive,
council In tho same niannei ns thoso
for ordlnaiy saloon licenses hac been
submitted all along."
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
All Lovers oi the Sport
are requested to register their
State or Territory at tbe
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
MRS, A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Church.
At the ntinuul meeting of tho Montci
CrIo Casino Company, held lecontly.
It was said that most of their profits
came from English people A bonus
as declared of $ IS per share, which
represents u dividend of about C per
The United Stntes Noy transport
Solace, Commander Singer, arrhed on
the harbor Jcsterday afternoon nbout
1:30 o'clock from San Uranclseo. She
made the run down from the Coast In
remarkably goeid time for a cssel ol
her class, oeeupjlng only six days and
two ntid a half boms.
Tho Solace was not permitted to en
tor port jesterilay on account of a 1 asu
of scarlet focr among the crow This
morning the patient was removed tn
Quarantine Island and the osel come
Into the harbor docking at the United
States quarantine wharf near the ebon
nel The Solace Is In strict quarantine
and no one Is allowed aboard The of
flc'ois of the W'ssil. however aro per
niltted to come nthoie.
Commander Singer called at the Na
val Station this morning Ho was for
merly executive officer of the cruiser
Itnlclgh, which saw service at tlio bat
tie or Manila Hay.
The Solace left San Krone leo last
Monday, Ma 2(jth bilnglng four ila.vs
later news of the outside world. She
brought no mnll or newspaper lilcs
mail being held for tb- steamship Cop
lie. which was tn sail the next day and
which Is epecled to urilvo this after
Tliiough the kindness of Arthur I..
Merry, clerk of the United Stnte-s Na
val Station, the Bulletin tec tired a 1 om-
pleto file or the lalist San Uianelsoo
newspapers. The officer or the Sol
ceo stieniiousl) objected to lotting any
liewspapeis, leave tbe vesel although
the local health authorities bad signi
fied their willingness to allow newspn
1 e-rs to leave tho vessel, provided no
one from ashore went aboard.
The Solace will remain here p:ob
ahlv thiol- da.vs, taking on coal, water
A most I'njovablc trip was enjovut
all the way from San Kinnclsco, t lie
v onther being all that could be desired
Tho Solace canles n lorgo amount
I supplies mid five hundred nun for
'lie warships of tho Asiatic squadron.
Sin: will touch lit Guam on her way tu
the Orient. Among her passengers nro
sixty naval cadets who nro to bo dis
tributed ninong the vessels ol the
Asiatic fleet. The lamllle-s of two or
three Nnvul office-is on tho Ablatio sta
tion nro also aboard.
The Nnvul tr.iuspoit, as usual. Is in
s!.'!"lli' icindltlon, shining In spotless
pulnt nnd presenting a vvondei fully
nont appeiiranio. When she arlvcd
oir the hnrlior yesterday nfternoon n
crowd gathered on the waterfront, ev
peeling to see her comej in and moor
alongside the Naval wharf. The.v
v.010 doomed tit disappointment, how-e-vei.
It was sumo time before It was
kuown 011 tho fiont that there was
silliness nhoaid tho vessel.
The crew and men In transit aboard
th" Solaco aio naturally very much
ilisappolnted at not being able to come
Lrhoro In Honolulu. Thoy will be forc
ed to stn aboard during the two or
tlireo days that the rsf.pl spinels at
the channel wharf. The whtlrf Is care-
Hilly guarded by Hoard or Health offi
cers and guards from the- Solace, the
latter patrolling the wlinif with fixefl
No one will be permltti d to leave the
ship except the officers, and no ona
will be allowed aboard. This morning.
when the tiimsport docked In ere we in
not more than adoen men on the
whin', most of these being off leers nt
thu itii.i ril of llinllh.
A liiiindivman went lis mar tn the
ship's sides ns the armed guards would
penult mid called out to i:e111tlve OP
rUei llogeis, asking him li ho had any
washing to go iisliori-. The sti m olfl
cor h' 01111 cl astounded that an) one dnr
d to hpcnk In him over the vc-rv heaiH
of tbo gii.u'ds which he had just sta
t toned on the- whurf. When ho found
his tongue ho called out that the laun
drjmnii must nut come near tho ship.
Then, suddenly remembi ring, per
Sundr-.v, June 1.
U 8 S. Solace Singer. davs 2
hours from San Kranclsco; anchored
jutslile the harbor at 4 p. m.. sickness
Am. hktn. S N. Castle, Nllsou, 144
Javs fiom San Kranclsco, with S2" tons
of general merchandise and IS mules;
at 8 a. m.
Sir. Maul, Dennett, from Maul ports.
Str W G. Hall. Thompson, from
Str. Noean, Wman. from Honolpu.
Monday. June 2.
1". S. S. Solace. Singer, entered poit
from nnchorage outside nnd iloiked
at U. S. quarantine wharf at 11 a. m.
IO SAIL TODAY.
Str. Janii'S Mnkee, for Kapall. Kllau
ea. Kallhlwal nnd Hanalel. at 5 p. m.
Str, l.rhua, Naupala. for Muloknl
ports, at J p. m.
Si hr. Malolo. for Hanalel uud Kallhl
wal. Str. lwaliinl. Ore-one, for Anahola.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Sir. Maul. Ilenne-tt, for Maul ports,
at ." i in.
Str. Ilnait, Un-emnn. for Illlo and
way ports, at noon, y
Pihr. Kcllpsp. Towntend, for Knuna
hitk.il, Lnhalnn. Ilonolun ami Kihcl. nt
;. p in.
Str. W. G. Hall. Thompson, for Kau
ai pints, at 5 p. in.
S. S. Tnmplcci. for Kiibulul; sails p
Sir Noeiiii. Wvninn. for llonokn
i'roiu Mnnl pcnts. per sttnr. Maul.
Juno 1 S. N. 1'almcr. K. J. Raven,
C. 11. I.lndholm. K. Kobayashl. J .1.
Driiiiinioiid. J. U. Kolly, Mrs Morton J
and ehlld. Charles Thompson, Mis
Slioiiicr. Miss II. Ilrown. Rev. V. tt.
Sllwi. wife and three children; Mis. J.
Cnshlnglimn nnd tlireo children. J. S.
CnshlughHiii, William Dunn, G W.
I'litlon. W. A. l.owrlo, A. N. Kcpol-
kal. A. Knniillllll. Rev. S. Kodainn. 1..
K ni.lieiL-. Mis. K. Hallcy. C I..
Scrlingcr. 13. L. Cutting. W. limning.
M. McCaiin. D. K. lr.iyselden. John
ltlchnrdson. A. K. Ill.bmw and twen
ty right deck.
I'loiu Kauai ports, per stmr. W. G.
Hall. June- 1. Re-v. Hans Ise-nberg.
Mis D A lllll". D 11. Knhaiilollo, l.
Piny. Mis. II Hrrs George Conrad
C II Knarkstedt. Ahana. 11. Krank.
Ho Kov. II Hamnnn J Snuamlnn Ah
Slug. I'hong Sing and fort) -nine deck
- - UNDER MUSLINS
Thli week we offer our first importation of underwear JJst re
ceived from a maker of exclusively FINE GOODS.
These garments are correct In every detail. The styles are origi
nal and refined. The materials are soft, light weight and right for
this climate The laces "and embroideries aro high class and dainty.
Tho worlcmanalilp is perfect.
We mention a few of the night robes, but remind you thai we
hnve th" petticoats, corset covers and drawers to matcfi.
NAINSOOK NliVnT GOWN, square neck, short sleeves, tlltn- . ..
med with hemstltchud tucks 01 I D
NAINSOOK NIOHT GOWN, low, round neck short sleeves, -
trimmed with Swiss hemstitched ruffles and bands ZiZJ
NAINSOOK NIOHT DOWN, low. round neck, short sleeves,
yok: tnd torchon lace
NAINSOOK NIOHT GOWN, short sleeves, klmona effect front,
with tucked yoke
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck nnd short sleeves, trim-
mil with dotted Swlse and wash ribbons
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low neck, embroidery beading, with half
im it waih ribbon, open work applique svoke, flowing short , nn
NAINSOUK NIGHT GOWN, low neck and short sleeves, with . rn
band vnke and deep e lyings of I'olnt do Paris lace T-iOU
NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWN, low.square nock and short sleeves, trim
mod with embroldero 1 lusoitlon over pink or blue liberty -
satin ribbon 2 11 Inches vvldo DiUU
Thor in-several styles pro usely trimmed with Normnmfy laces
and .ni'Tt: iat also some vety tasteful plain garments.
65 Queen St.
WHITNEY & MARSH LTD.
For Wont Column Sue Page Six
FOR RENT Thro or four rooms for
"housekeeping lompletely furnished.
330 Young St 2103-lw
FOR SALE A 3 year-old fresh milch
cow rilirornu Feed Co., Queen
and N1.11.1nu S" 21DS-tf
NEW - TO-DAY
Now Yolk, May 25.--Tho six-span
steel truss bridge of the Pviinsylvanla
Railroad Company, SoO feet In length,
over tho Delaware and Rarltan canal
and the Rarttnn liver nt New Ilruns
wick, was moved Irom Its original po
sition and Its place taken by a new 0110
lourteen und one half feet south of thu
old one In one minute nnd forty-flvu
oeeonds je-sterrfay uttortibon.
Il was e-xactl ten und one-hiilf min
utes from tho flmo tne bridge was cut
loose until the woik had been complet
ed nnd the structure nas again ready
A remittitur of the Kamnlo Sugar
Company case- has been mndc from the
Supreme Court to the Circuit Court for
such further proceedings as may bd
necessary In accordance with the for
mer couit's decision.
THE MckldlE Gl
Judge Ge-iir heard and took tinde-r ad
vlseiniut the mandamus suit ol L. 11.
Deo against Mr Hoffman tiensuror ol
McKcehnlc Taint tc Wall l'atier Com
puny, for the traiisfereueo to com
plalnant of a controlling portion of the
capital stock of the corporation Gill
& rnrloy appeared for petitioner, II.
W. Robinson for respondent.
II W. McKichule wns ilgldly ornn
examined by respondent's counsel ns
to bis taking and holding of tho paid
up stock bo told to Deo. When he re
moved the shares In iiie-stion from thu
safe and poc kited them, ho testified, ho
handed Mr. Studovant a block of as
sessable stock, telling Mm that if the
company pulled through he would con
tilbuto to pavment of assessments on
Club stock. He admitted having ad
vertised his lellremcnt Irom the com
pan.v and setting up business on hlD
own account. Also ho admitted owing
Hoffmnti & Rlle-y thrio or four hun
dred dollars be bad not computed thf
exact amount. This was after li-sllty-
tng that the McKechnle company vval
indebted to him.
V. m. C. A'f. MEETING.
The- annual meeting of tho llojs'
llilni.de will be held tonight at 7:30
o'clock In the pallors of tbo Y. M. C.
A. Offlccis for the ensiling jour will
bo rlc clod and annual 11 puns wilt be
read b) Superintendent Rev. J. I).
Wnldion, Treasiirc-i J. t. Cooke Major
t:. (i. Wilson, the chalimun of the mil
llui.v iciniinltteu; C. J. Tiaej, thu
I'haliinan of the) athletic lommlttee;
Miss Krancis I.nilicnie, of the- rntrr-
Creditor,, o f.io undrslgned. prior
to kiuiknip'i 1 pr,ii-oc!ings. are noti
fied to pr'snt their claims on or be
fore Jtiuo 3')th. U'i2. and they w 111 be
paid. WARD S HAllTLETT.
With S. 1. Shaw & Co,
Honolulu Juno 2 1HU2.
Eighteenth Annual Meeting
JUNE llth and 14th, 1902
RAGES llJNE llth
First Race Union Feed Co. cup: One
halt mile dash, purse, $ 100.
Second Race Trotting and Pacing:
2 30 clusir: bo3t 2 In 3, mile heats;
Third Race Polo Pony Race, owner
to ride Three-eighths mile dash
Fourth Race Walkapu Cup: To beat
Gartclino's time, 1:16: l'hreo
fourths mile dash freo for all; purse,
Fifth Race Rainier Cup: Trotting
and pacing, free for all; best 3 In 5
beats; purse, $150.
Sixth Race Rotlta Challenge Cup:
Kree for all, one mite dash; $50 lidd
ed if Vlorls' time of 1:45 Is beaten;
Seventh Race Gentlemen's Driving
Race: One mile; freo for all mem
bers of the Jockey Club who hnvo
never dilven for a purse, owners to
drive. First prize, $50 cup nnd Too
mey cart; second prize, buggy; third
prize, set harness.
Eighth Race Five-eighths Mile Dash:
Freo for all; purse, $100.
A dlvlJenl it due and payable to Ninth Race Oceanic 8. 8. Co.'a Cup:
the stockhoMeri ot the Inter-Island Three-fourths mile; Hawaiian bred;
Steam Nivlgatlon Company. Limited. purse, $25,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST -I offer at Trlvate Sale,
premises on Berctanla street, adjoin
ing rcsldenco of C. Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Ileretnnla utrcct, 171- feet
deep; price $9000; one-half casli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
Mr Tlnnus I'rlm" of niiinjngbam,
England, will conduct a course of pub-il-
lecture) under tho auspices of
ALOHA BRANCH. T. S.. every Thurs
ay evening 7-30 p. m.. at Arlon Hall
(back of Opera House) uuTTl further
I otlre A cordial welcome extended to
til. fIRS. M. D. HENDRICKS,
President Aloha Ur. T. S.
MRS. ALI1EN ROWE. Secretary.
SECOND Promises 259 Klnau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
I'ropcrty has a frontago on Klnau St.
it 115 feet and a depth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises three Dcdrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcEen. Bath,
la i go Carriage House. Prlco $4500
Terms, one-hair cash; balanco on
nrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tbo lot
tins a right of way cntranco to Bere
ttmla St. ,
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St;V
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on tho lot Price
$4000. One-half casb, balanco on
portgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right ot way to Berctanla St.
TOMA ABEV IN TROU11LE.
tulnment committee; Piof. V. Tliuuip-
haps, Hint he would need a clean shirt ton, of the Indiiettlal committee, nud
when ho reached Guam, bo called out j by Rev. J. D. Wnldion, of the lellglous
that pel Imps tbo washing would bo al committee. All luembirb uiu Invited
lowed nsboio later. The laundrjman to iiltend tho meeting without runner
retired, shouting the number of Ills 'Invitation,
telephone as ho dlsappoiuefl tlnough
When nowspapei men askrd lor
nejwrtiapors from the Coast, Mr Rog I a Pnui summont vvs Ifsued todav
ers anise In bis might and passed tho for Touij. Abey to appear In the Pollen
word that nnybody caught giving a ' Court tomorrow on the chaigo of irc
iiuvvspiiper inun a paper over tho side ("mill with a knlfi on D. V. lilackwell.
would l,.. hnnleii m. ii .n,.i ..i.,., The complainant nates that be and
linen no .mnnns.inn , n. i i Toma got Into an iilterintloii near tho
... ,,..,,, ,, '"police station Friday afternoon nnd
eablolrss. little llawull lm, , ,..., j.... klllf., ,, ,,.,
One of the ladle b on the upper deck I The story about tho poller nation Is
was loading n nowspapei, evident! u t that the negio lilackwell was as much
Snn Francisco shoe t. A reporter on i at fault ns the Japanese olIKir.
tho wlinif managed to signal the lady
mat mo saici paper would be veis ac
ceptable to the Te-rrltory. should she
be willing to accidentally drop It on thu
what l. Moved by compassion, the lady
rolle-d up the- paper, twisted It and
poised It nlolt to burl It onto the
whaif. Just then the stern hand of an
officer i one lied rudely over her bead
and snatched the newspaper Horn her
The sternness of the offlceis to the
eoiitiai notwithstanding, sevnal
newspjpeis were finally secuied fiom
tho vessul, others being furnished, ns
above noted, through the ktnducts ol
Mr. Mcny, rlcik of tho Naval Stntlon
When Executive Officer Rogers was
docking the Solaco no ordered a man
to cast the lead to see if there was
enough water at tho channel whnrf tot
the Solace to come alongside. Ho fools
Ju8t6uch precautions as 'would ho ta-
I A IEIIAMEHA'6 HOODOO.
The Kumehameha bojs must surely
feel that there has been a huge blzed
hoodoo cm their track for same time
past. The first accident In which thcni
vviiH a disastrous icsult for u Kameha
nieha student was at Mnkua, this Isl
and, when a oung lady from tho Gills
School nt Kamehameha wns shot
through a tent. The second case In
which a Kumohnmchn student, al
though an uliimnus, was concerned.
Tenth Race One and One-Fourth Mite
Dash: Free for all;"purse, $200.
RAGES JUNE 14th
at their oKlee. Queon street, on
ucsd.1. Juno t. 1902.
Tho stock booki of the Company
will bo closed to transfers from the
3d to th? ii'U Insts Inclusive.
N. E. GEDOE,
Honolulu Jun 2 1902. 2163-3t , First Race Flve-Eelghths mile Oash
- Free for all; purse, $700.
Second Race Trotting and Pacing,
2:14 Class: Best 2 In 3 heats; purse
..Third Race Hawaiian Jockey Club
Cup: To bo won twice by sumo
owner or stable; ono and one-halt
miles, free for all; purse, $150.
Fourth Race California Feed Co.'s
Cup: Hawaiian bred, trotting and
pacing; best 2 In 3 heats; purse,
Fifth Race Three-Fourths Mile Dash:
Free for all; purse, $100.
Sixth Race Trotting and Pacing, 2:24
Class: Best 2 tn 3 heats, ono mile;
Seventh Race Prlmo Cup: Handi
cap, ono mile dash; freo tor all;
All races to be run or trotted under
.the rules of the California Jockey Club
and the National Tiottlng Association.
All riders and drivers to appear In
At least three to enter and two to
All hoises are expected to Btart un
less withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. in. on
the day previous to tho race.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF THE
Fourth Circuit Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers, In Probate. In the mat
tor of the Eeta'.e of Charles Nolle'.
Sr kite of Puullo llamakua, Hawaii.
Territory oi Hawaii, deceased. Tho
last will .mil fJtament of said deceas
ed, hiving been presented to said
court, togi-ther with a petition for the
piobato there jt ami tor the Issuanco
of letiers testamentary to Cecil Ilrown
and Anthiny Lidgato, having been
tiled, uciv Is boieby given that
Thursday July luth A. D. 902, at 9
o'clock a m In tho couitioom of this
court at lino Hawaii, is appointed tho
time anl pi no for proving said will
mid hearing bald application, when
mid where ary perou Interested may
appear and show lause. If auy they
have, why th prayer of said petition
should nut be .rinted
Illlo, Miy 29th. 1902.
Ily the Court:
(Veil Brown Attorney for Petitioner.
2103 Jun3 2. 9. 16, 23.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
6ING 8T0LH ONIONS.
Ah Sing, an old offender nnd a Chi
naman who has iir-en up before Judge
Wilcox on several different charges,
was this forenoon the defendant In a
case of laricn In the becond degree.
'I ho Chinaman was caught Thursday
night last by Captain Bowers of the
Merchants' Patrol, and tils men. He
was Just coming nut of tho private al
the shooting with fatal results, of 1ewuy that leads to the back entrance
. rt I inula 1'. Oi 'a irsnnasi, otrtrn nn.l In
Davlr KuiK'wanul. The third case wa
tho wounding of Gorman on Satin day
by Richards, ono ot tho players ob tin)
rm p a r-a m Mo rn tu Pa l"Ja f-a in Pi Pa
ken by tho master of a largo vessel. As
a matter of fact, tho Solaco ould nl
most dock nt tho channel wharf with
her rail under water without touching
of Lewis & Co 's grocery store and in
his possession wns a bagful of onions
which had been gathered from some
boxes left outside of the store.
Ah Sing stated to the ctiutt that ho
did not steal anything The onions
were on tho outside and he thought
thoy bad been thrown away 1
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Vesuvius has taken to emitting vapoi
saturated with hydrochloric acid
which falling as "rain." has douo great
damage to vegetation,
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