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HTHNINO PinXBTTN. nOrtOLCtTL H. T.. THURSDAY, JUWrj B. 101
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oasniio.1 Mill Mil IB Will riZZTti 3:,. mvl
' His wife could eat no Uan, III $??&.
UMI 13 CITY SANITARY OFFICER FAKE MINE PROMOTER But a bottle of " fes
M m " " PRAISES THE INSPECTORS AND HIS MANY SCHEMES M I i?llm"
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Hundreds of Nuisances Abated and Spent Thousands for Laudatory Art- V II JT) E .1 few? W '
) Much Kicking Against Orders ides in Leading Journals Mon - feSIJSL, 9JAJM H ' 'tW ' W
-Sewer Connections Show ey Sent From All Sides- fiWS 1 $$ T&
. SUad lDCrease' & no Property. R 11 B W &ft
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lllllllllDIIU ,...".... . i .. ii..ii.. inn use oi me minis this afternoon. $. . ,, , life HP
wiiwiiuiiiv. cu. i nave niso approved mioen per- when .Mis. Alice U Youns of San l&2 iiiauccvcryiiiuig serene. '4I Bja .-...
I FfIMalrBrelnoCo.. UB I 111 fl I fill
j Milwiiikie, nit. Ba
wilt II ml something very at
tractive this week In
45 Inches wltlo In stripes
anil figures; regular prlco
J2.SU jard; this week
Latest shades anil patterns;
strictly warm weather ma
terial and of finest qinllty.
30c and 35c
Gingham in Stripes and Checks
A very bcnutllul assortment
and the bent quality, 27 tnehen
10 yards for $1,00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
l fishing lights
We have JuHt rcclvcd n hlpmcnt
of GASOLINE 11 nd Kl'.UOSUNE
FISHING TOUCIIHS, absolutely
snto nml cannot by blown out.
Aside from bclnft used for fishing
purposes, they have proven to bo
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE $2.25 UP
& Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
Hardware Department. -
General Merchandise Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOON BLOOK, MERCHANT STREET.
& . O, DBox 886 IMCsLln. 2Ifi
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR IJNTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW CRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVE D.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
I'ollouliiK Is the report of C. II
Tracy, city sanitary olllcer. for tho
month of May:
During the month twenty-seven ap
plications to build have hecn received
and twenty of them hac been approv
ed. I have also approved fifteen per
mits applied for previous to May 1.
Klx applications aie In tho hands of
the Survey Department nml I am hold
ing three, one lieiaupc the grade of the
lot Is loo low. and the other two be
cause there Is not sufficient space be
tween the main buildings nml thft
I kitchens, closets and wnshroofs. SK
builders without permits liavo been
notified to obtain the same and have
Seven cesspools h.we been located
utiiiuK mi' iiiuiiiii; nu uiiisuie me Bcnrr
Ten buildings have been altered or
removed so ns to conform to tho sani
tary regulations of the Hoard of Health.
I have made 530 Inspections during
iuu iiiumu, iiM iii muni neiv UAiiiuiiiu-
. tluns of lots and new- buildings.
I Twenty-five certificates for restau
rant, hotel or lodging house licenses
have been applied for and ten have
been approved and Issued. Six aro held
until sanitary Improvements have been
made. Of the ceitlflcates applied for
prior to May 1, three have been Issued
and seven arc still held. The number
of ndults which can by law be lodged
In llicse buildings licensed Is 1198.
Six formal complaints have been
filed and the nuisances In four cases
have been abated. The other two com
plaints were trivial and the nuisance
did not exist.
I'lvo 48-hour notices have been serv
ed and In each case the recipient of Urn
notice abated the nuisance without
prosecution of the case.
Three special icports have been made
during the month.
Threo arrests and prosecutions havu
been made during the month. Tho first
man paid $5 and costs, tho second $7
and coats and tho third 110 and costs.
A considerable portion of my tlma
during the month has been spent with
the new Inspectors In going over thclf
districts with them und getting them
started In their work. That they have
been doing good and effective work li
shown by the large numbers of "kicks"
which have dally been registered
against their orders. The city Is now
well covered by the Inspectors nnd tho
districts aie of such size that ever
place can be Inspected at least once
a week and somo of the most danger
ous ones are given a dally Inspection,
KHI'OIITS OF INSPECTORS
Inspector J. McQueen, for District
No. 1, reported for half month of Mny:
Orders given, 71; finished, SI; total
dally Inspections, 590.
Inspector A. O. Hitchcock, for Dis
trict, No, 2, for month of May: Orders
given, 128; work llnlshcd, 110; old or
ders tlnlshed, lot. Total Inspections,
John W. I'rnncls for District No. 3,
for month of May: Orders given, 412;
nnlshcd, 371; old orders llnlshcd, 108;
total Inspections, 1124,
Inspector 1. Kltzgibbons, District No.
4, for half month of May: Orders giv
en, 1 13; llnlshcd, 95; total Inspections,
Inspector D. P. Lawrence, District
No. 5, for month of May: Orders given.
371; finished, 30); old orders nnlshcd.
11, total Inspections, 1384.
Inspector Vlvlchavcs for District No.
C, for month of May: Orders given,
32i; llnlshcd, 293; old orders finished,
75; total Inspections, 131C,
Inspector N. I'. Jacobson, District No
7, for month of May: Orders given
.190; finished, 358; old orders llnlshcd,
109; total Inspections, 1(144.
Inspector T. V. Carroll, District No.
9, for month of May Orders given,
490; finished. 488; old orders flnlshed,
20; total Inspections, 1101.
Inspector G. K. Allen, District No. 10,
for half month of May Orders given,
102; Dnlshed, 85; total Inspections,
Inspector P. McOrath, District No.
11, for half month of May: Orders giv
en. 300; finished. 322; Inspections, 985
Inspector C. II. Kinney, District No.
12, for half month of Mny: Orders giv
en, 87; flnlshed, 51; total Inspections
K. O Keen. Inspector of plumbing
and houso seweis, reports tho follow
Ing details for tho month of May:
Number of plans filed, 99; permits Is
sued, 99; Inspections made, 2GC; final
certificates issued, CO; sewer connec
tions mado, 33.
Dcs Molu.n. U.. May 2G.-.nothci
alius for Letsou Ilalllet, "the Cci II
Rhodes of America." "Twentieth Cen
tury Wonder of tho .Mining World,
etc., developed at his trial fur fraudu
lent use of the malls this afternoon,
when .Mis. Alice D. Young of San
Francisco, formerly his stciiuginplier
Introduced the following telegram In
evidence, signed "Corduroy Hill".
"ll.ikcr City, Or.. May 23. To Mrs
Alice I). Young, care Lotion Ilalllet,
San rrnnclsco Cal.; Pay Kid twenlj
live; everything lovely, pilvatg.
"CORULROY UILL." '
Mrs. Young testified that the tele
gram was fiom Ilalllet; that Kid wad
a certain woman, and that It was one
of numerous ruses reported to by him
to conceal his movements. A postolllcc
Inspector tcbtllled that when Ilalllet'H
operations were Investigated bj him a
month after tbey opened, and he ask-
1 cd Ilalllet how he hoped to explain to
tho (lovernment the fuel that by means
of advertisements ho had secured $30,-
000 subscriptions for slock In the
White Swan mine without having even
purchased the mine himself, Ilalllet ie
plied that he intended to secure tho
money In some way with which to rc-
Imbmse the stockholders in case he
fjlled ultimately to secure the mine,
bat that ho was confident that no such
necessity would urlse, as the mine had
been sold at a sheriff's halo a short
time before for J593 70 nnd he could
ceitulnly buy It at a figure which tho
vast sums he was receiving as stock buIj
scriptlons would cover sevcial time
S. II, Itowlan. Ilalllct's confidential
secretury. testified that after removing
to ban rrandsto, less than two yearn
ago, Ilalllet rented a suit of eighteen
olllccB, hired ten to twenty girls, work
lug two shifts, to answer bis corres
pondence, and took In $110,000 thu flrsl
year, nnd probably double that amount
by this time. That In connection with
his White Swnn .Mining Company, he
similarly promoted tho Pacific Oil Co.
and Nlagaru Mining Company, recelv.
Ing money at a marvelous rate.
According to tho evidence of Ilow
lau and .Mrs. Young, most of this mon
ey was expended In self-laudatory ar
ticles concerning Dalllet In the Haiti
more American, lioston Journal, Phila
delphia Ledger, New York Sun, Chica
go Inter-Ocean, Alnslco's nnd Ilroad-
wuy magazines, and tho Il.iker City
Herald. Ho paid $3000 for a tdnglu
news urtlclo In tho lnter-Oceon, and
bought and mailed 200,000 copies of
tho Ilaker City Herald at one time.
The (lovernment claims that nearly
all of the money Intended for the de
velopment of the While Swan mini
was not used for that puiposo by Ilal
llet, and that Instead he used It In such
advertising and In support of u woman.
Itowlan testified that from $200 to $30u
of the company's money was used each
week to keep tho Halter City Herald
afloat, which was bought by llallkl
and run on a metropolitan scale.
According to the testimony of Itow
lan, Ilalllct's nerve Is stupendous, as
Ilalllet vies a mere boy without finan
cial backing, through relatives or oth-1
crwlse, when he entered tho mining
cnterpilso n few jeais ago, while Row-
Ian was farmer boy lesldlng at Ma
rengo, la. In two vears they achieved
fame and fortune, though Itowlan ad
mits he had worked most of the time
for his keep, being satisfied by the al
luring promises held out by Ilalllet,
ono of which was that ho should somo
day tecelve a half Interest In tho firm,
Itowlan states that ho personally drew
the money flora tho White Swan fund
P. O. Doi wi
IttTXIIXrCSr X7S7-0 OIOLSLlXr
THE OLDEST CHu SE FIRM IN .HONOLULU.
Dmitri la Flo Sllki ioJ Gran LIqsdi. CblntM tod Jiptam Goodt el All Klili.
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
-a j wr
Alden Elcrtnc "Belt'
to possess ffl all tile vuratlve proper
ties of the epenslve belts now sold by
do.tors and clruKg, s. It gives a very
stmng current of electricity andlseally
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
t'c nu nun, tiie UIIUII3IKIIIU uiny . nu
acents; no discount. Circular free. Address
Pierce Electric Co , 206 Post St., Sin
Frr.ico, Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
with which to pay nearly $15,000 worth
of miffs for Ilalllet.
Dr Hani of Dover. N. II., testified
this afternoon that he was ca.ght by a
Ilalllet advertisement 111 the Boston
Journal, for a large sum. which took
with it all his daughter's savings, nnd
that they had received but 5 mills di
vidends, with no prospc. ts of unything
better In the future.
Itowlan testllled that the declaring ol
the dividend was a very simple pro
reeding, Ilalllet merely remarking to
him one da that a dlvldi nd wculd bo
a good thing. The half of one percent
was agreed upon without calculations
Much Interest has a'taihed locally to
the testimony of Mr. Alice I). Young,
which was concluded today. Tliioiigh
her It was shown that money was fre
quently paid by her upon telegraph,
written or verbal Instructions from
Ilalllet to certain women, among
whom was C.crtle Henderson, Florence
nnd Clara Hello llrown. the noted anti
suffrage leader, whom tho Government
nlleges was paid $250 Ilalllet to como
to Des Moines to lobby against the
prosecution of Ilalllet. .Mrs. Young
testified to paying $250 to Mrs. llrown 'i
Mrs. Young showed receipts this af
ternoon from n San Pranclsco hospital
for various sums of money paid for thn
Keeping and treatment of (lertie Hen
derson, who Is fiequently referred loin
orders for money ns "Gertie." " The
poor girl." "Klil." etc. Tho Florence
referred to In this correspondence was
0 widow with ono child, an actress who
played In a company that appeared at
Ilaker City and subsequently plavcd In
all the largo cities of the Hast. Ilalllet
subsequently married her. It was with
Florence, or Mrs Ilalllet. thnt Mrs.
Young quarreled when she left Ilalllct's
employ and decided to become n wit
ness for the Government.
Ylgoious fioss-exaniluntlon, with a
view of shaking her testimony, was
conducted by Ilalllct's nttnrn-s this
afternoon. She was 1 (impelled to admit
that she had been arrested for em
liezlement, hut when she went to ex
plain that It was Instigated h) Ilalllet
with a view to preventing her fiom giv
ing testimony at Des Moines nnd that
the case was dismissed her testimony
was not admitted to tho iccord She
was asked where she met her husband.
and If ho did not travel under tho alias
of Fred Johnson. She admitted that
she Introduced him once by that name,
but was not permitted by the Court to
explain tho circumstances. She said
sho met him In Milwaukee; that they
aro not separated, but that ho Is em
ployed In Texas; that she has winked
at her profession ns stenographer In
nearly all the largo cities In tho country.
TURN IT DOWN LIKE
You often pay for 14
candle power when 1 can
dle power Is all you no!.
You often enduro 1C
enndlo power when 1 c. p.
would be moro suitable
without regard to cost,
llylo lamps that turn
down from 10 e. p to 1 c.
p can bo used nny place
where n common electric
lamp Is URed. Wo havo
them for sale nt 75c each.
ELECTRIC CO.. Ltd.
Kind Street. Telephone HOO
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox ox oxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
POLICE RAID ON A NEW YORK GAMBLING DEN
I Porter Furnlfore Co. I
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
8 FISHER BLOCK,
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO.. LTD.
C. W. MACPARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to science and the cheapesL
Hnvo received the Highest Awards nt
the Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for storo and halls, nna arc In ueo
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co.. Honolulu Drug Co., Mollis
ter Drug Co., Mclnc'rny Shoo Store,
Ellto Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel nnd others too numerous to men
tlon. We also have tho samo'Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to be placed In yards
ns a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps are in uso tnroughout all
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, sio STANGENWALD BlILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN jx
AH classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreyi an -ports
mado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Coastructlcni
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Snprlm
tondod, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for RjlU
roads, Electric and Stcaa; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Foute
tloni. Piers, Wharves, otc
Special attention given to Examination!, Valuations, And Rtporta
Propertied for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soe. a ,
Engineer and Mnaw,
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
EMINENT PHYSICIANS have caretully analysed
liotttcd from the famous "KOBNIGSQl'ELLE" in the
Harz mountains and have unanimoubly pronounced it the
I' I' It EST and on account of its agreeable taste, the
MOST REFRESH IXC, OF ALL NATURAL MINER
AL WATERS. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL UREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
New mU gamblers me having 11 nwst gticuuous time of It Just now,
for tiothnin has 11 lei'onn ndinlulsti ill m, and the police are unusually
active. 1'lils view show, a raiding scene 011 a gambling place, an Incident
quite common lu that eltj at picncul ,
- - rv Honolulu, II. T., May 10, 1902.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollars on
Uie GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF New YORK, amount assured by Pollcjt
11 208053 on tho llfo of William Meyer, deceased.
11,00. (Signed.) CECIL- BROWN,
Administrator Estato of Wm. Meyof
Tho GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; even In case of suA
clde aitcr the policy has been In force ono year. It will b remembered that
Wm. Moycr shot himself recently.
EA1MI2TT MAY, Muniigcr.
Gcrmanla Life Ins. Co., Judd Building,