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Yerkes Leaves Money
For New York Hospital
New York, Jan. 2. In his will, read
today by Clarcmo A. Knight, his at
torney, tho late Churlc T. Yerkes
stakes public many bequests, including
$100,000 In trust, tho Income to bo paid
to tho Unlrcrsity of Chicago for tho
aialntcnanco of tho VcrKcs obscn story
at l.ako Geneva, Wis. Provisions am
autdo Tor the disposal ot his New York
Lome ufler tho death ot his wife, to a
corporation organized for tho mainte
nance of bis nrt gallery, tho sum ot
4710,000 bo given this project on
Mrs. Yerkes' death. Yerkes also pro
tld for a hospital to bo erected In
Jew York. Ills widow, son and others
are provided for. Tho will was read
to the uiciubcra of his family today and
Ihry exiircued entire satisfaction with
fifteen thousand dollars Is left to
CriMawsa Cemetery; $200,000 to Mary
Adelaide Yerkes, his wife; $200,0U0 to
Charles B. Yerkes, a son. It Is also
srorWed that Charles Yerkes may dlb
ooe by will of $300,000 of tho estate,
TVo hundred thousand dollars Is left
to llesslc L. Itondlnella, a daughter. It
U also provided that she may dispose
y will of $300,000 of tho estate. In
trust $100,000 Is left for Ethel Unit
Yorkcs, and his daughter, Ilusslo Hon
Clarence Yerkes. To l.ouls 8. Owsley
of Chicago Is bequeathed $60,000. The
Income of sums from $20,000 to $50,000
ts to go to various relatives.
Tho remainder ot tho estate Is to lm
hivtuted and divided Into four equal
shares, the Incomo from two ot thu
tbarca to bo paid to Mis, Yerkes dur
Ins her lifetime. Ills son, Charles i:,
eYrkcs, and his daughter. Ilesslo Iton
dlnella, during their lifetime, are to
rccclto the Iniomo of the other two
Tho will provides for a hospital In
Kew York on tho death of Mrs. Yerkes
to bo known as tho Yerkes Hospital,
tho aggregate cost of the ground and
lulldlnga not to exceed $800,000.
The estate Is valued at $15,000,000.
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OIL COAT FOR FOOD.
Tampa. Fla.. Dee. 26. Tim thi-en.
wasted schooner Sakata of Pctersboro, '
ft. 8, has been wrecked and Us on.
tlr crew of at least seven men drown
rt -with the exception of Mate John F.
Williams of Bt. John. Tho drowned
Inclndo John Colon, managing owner
tt tbo schooner, and his son.
Tno wreck was reported by Captain
I.ermand of tho schooner Helen Thorn.
, which arrived at port today from
ftafrcston. Captain Lermond first
alghted the capsized schooner on De
cember 23. Ho sent a boat to tha
wreck. Tho men found Mato Williams
clinging to tbo vessel and ho had been ,
ulthout food or drink for four days. '
Monger had forced him to eat a por
tion of his oil coat. The wrecked
uchoanur was bound for Ilnvnun, i
"Tsi Bale" cards at Bulletin offb '
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VIII Save IL Too Late for Jlerplctdo.
the tnormous nale of Newbro'e Herri
clde. Lndlca become enthuilaitla
over IU refreshing quality and ex.
nulilto frnjrnnco. It drelroys tho
mlcroblo arowth In the scalp, curei
dandruff, stops falllnir hair nml Klvra
It n "liken eloss. Kl'Ol'S 1TCI11NU
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I Waverley Ball,
Jan. 25, 1905
To be had from members or at Berg
ttrom Music Co.
' It means all-year-round relief
.from unpleasant kitchen duties 7
, building fires, carrying wood a
i or coal, unnecessary cleaning. m
(etc. A Qas Water Heater wlllQ
supply water In any quantity,
Both for sale by dealers and
! HONOLULU GAS GO. 2
(limner: "So Do Marie worked hard
for his party and they promised him
a rako-off after election? What did
they nlvo him?" Cluyer: "A Job rak
ing lenves In one ot tho parks." Chi
cago Dally News.
If you have never tried
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The steamer Manna l.oa catno In
pthla morning with a number of pas
tensers and n general cargo from Knu,
Konn and Maul ports. Among other
thing's alio brought 1,703 bag of A su
gar from tho It. A. Co., and 3,793 bags
of Diamond II, A Sugar; also 3S7 bags
Tho Island steamer' encountered
rough weather on her Inward trip as
well as during tha homeward voyago.
Owing to sevcro south winds a cargo
of coffee awaiting shipment at Kallua
could not bo taken aboard. Heavy
northerly swolls wcro experienced
along the Itamakua coast.
Purser Frlel reports tho following
sugar list awaiting shipment: Kukul
hade, l.SCS bags; Paaubau, 4,000.
Mr, Stnylnli You used to liny I was
tbo light of your life.
Miss Pert Yes, but papa says all
lights must bo put out lit 10 o'clock.
New York World.
REAL E6TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 15, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Il'uglmoto ct al to Olaa Sugar Co
T Sal-nztimt ct al to Olaa Sugar Co
H Nlfehlno ct al to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
T Kotetoshl ct al to Olaa Sugar Co
8 12 Lucas and wf to Armand Yen-
0 co M Itaupp to Abraham It Smith
V i: Howell to Kauai Eluc Co Ltd.. US
Henry A Ualdwln and wf to Henry
1 Ualdwln n
Entered for Record Jan. 16, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
C V V Kaeo to Q W McDougall U
inter-island Tel Co Ltd by stiff to
Frank E. Thompson tr ShffSalM
iOhn Uuckley by atty to Manuel Clo
ALLEGED KONA RIOTERS
(Continued from Page 1.1
satisfactory manner for tho time, be
ing, Tho officials Btato that when
Ihuy arrived at Kallua they obtained
irom juago Matlhcwman a writ of at
tachment and an Injunction ordering
Mm. Atchcrloy, who held possesslou
ot tho premises for Mr. and Mrs. Da
vis, to leavo tho premises. Henry
Hates that ho and Prosscr then went
to tho scene, ot action, where they
lound Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mis. Atcli
erlcy, Jacob Coerpcr and, a largo num
ber of Hawallans encamped. They had
bed clothes In thd school housa and
wero making themselves at homo. No
resistance was ottered and when Pros
sor and Henry entered Mrs. Atchcrley
bid them welcome "as Mr. and Mr8.
Davis' guests, and asked them to havo
breakfast. The papers were then
served by County Sheriff Keolanut,
who took charge ot the promises after
the Invaders had left. Including Attor
ney II, T. Mills, their legal adviser.
The following day all the Invaders
were arrested by Henry and Keolanut
on charges of rioting, on which they
woro committed on Saturday,
"All went well and peaceably," said
Henry, "and Sheriff Keolanut was will
ing to givo assistance. Deputy Sher
iff Kelllkoa was, however, a perfect
stick. Ho Is absolutely useless and
ought to bo Impeached."
It Is understood that Kclllkoa's own
ron was among tho Invaders and that
Kelllkoa Is very Independent, serving
papers of tha court only when ho feels
Uko it. He testified In court In favor
it tho defendants.
A French explorer has found In tho
Interior of Dorneo a singular nml grue
some wedding gift. It was tho skull
of a Negrito-Papon, carved by tho Da-yaks.
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Last quarter of the moon Jan. 17th.
The tides at Kanuiui and Illlo occur
about an bour earlier than at Hono
Tuesday, January 10.
U. 8. 8. Iroquois, Xlblack, frorr
Pearl Harbor, 10 a. in.
Monday, January IS.
Stmr. Ko Ait Hou, Tullctt, for Kauai
ports, S p. in.
Tuesday. January 10.
Am, bktn. Archer, Lancaster, from
Knhuliil, 8:30 a. m,
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, from
Knu, Kona and Maul ports, 7:30 n. m.,
with 5,503 bags of It. A. Co. sugnr.
Stmr. Nllhnu, v. 'rnom pson, 101
windward Hawaii ports, 12 m. I
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
nay ports, 12 m.
Stmr. I.lkcllkc, Nnop.ila, lor .Maul
and Molokal ports, 12 m,
V. 8. 8. Saturn, Newell, for Sou
uiego, -jMa a. m. v i
Schr. Ada, ror Lahaina, li:zs a. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hnll, 8. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Nocau, Pcdcrson, for Mnhu-
kona orts, C p. m.
O. O. 8. 8. Coptic, Flnan, for the
O. & O. 8. S. Coptic, Flnan, from San
l-'ranclsco, p. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, from
Wnlnmnalo, p. m., with sugar.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Hllo and way
ports, Janw. 10. Geo. 11. llrown, V. J.
l.lndcmann, Mrs. O. O. Scons and '1
children, Joo C. Picnnao, O. P. Thlclan,
UonJ. Asan, It. J. Hlchmond nnd wife,
Chang Kim, Mrs. S. P. Ilohde, Miss
Nalimac, Mrs. Akau, II. Hansen, C. F.
llerrlck, C. Wart. A. C. Alexander,
Chas. Cowan, K. P. Low, Mrs. tanslnc,
C. M. P. Wntson. M. It. Rowland, It.
Ivers, Ceo. Lycurgus, Dr. W. II. Scbop
lug, Jared 0. Smith, A. Qartlcy,
Orace. II. W. M. Mist.
Per stmr. Llkcllke, for Maul and
Molokal ports, Jan. 16. W. H. Ual
bltt. Dr. Nofgaard, Mrs. A. Meyers, K.
K. Rovauihcllc, C. C. Conradt nnd
A summary of tho school statistics
assembled by Superintendent ot Public
Inst ruction Uabbltt has been prepared
for thu use of tho Washington delega
tion as follows:
Statement of Schools and Teachers'
Schools. Cottages. Total.
Oahl $468,500 $ 2,000 $470,500
Hawaii... 132,950 10,050 143,000
Maul & Mo
lokal . .. 07,000 37,500 134,000
Kauai.,.. 35,200 5,300 40,500
.$733,050 $ 52,850 $788,500
Cost of 8chools and Teachers' Cot
tages Built, 190305.
Oahu Schoois, $140,448.00: cot
tages, $3,079.00; total, $113,663.00.
Hawaii kzo.uau.uii: cottages. $12,-
81)9.62: total, $38,579.62.
Maul and Molokal $69,889,23: cot
tages, $8,809.00; total, $78,698.23.
Kauai sciioois, K'ivjui.vu; cottages,
4.813.24; total, $25,807.24.
Totals Spent Schools, $257,057.23;
cottages, $29,590.86; total, $286,618.09.
U. B. Weather Ilureau,
' Local 0(flce.
Jan. 16. 1905.
Temperatures 6 a. m., 60; 8 a. m.,
Ct; 10 a, m., 07; noon, 69; morning
Darometer, 8 a. m 29.80; absolute
humidity. 8 a. m., 3.938 grains per cu
bio foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., CO
tier cent.: dew point. a. m.. ou.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 4, direction
NW; 8 a. m velocity 5, direction N;
10 a. m., velocity 10, direction NW;
noon, velocity 8. direction W.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
8 a. m.. .03 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 257 miles,
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather Du
Neatly turnlEhed rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1249
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Auditor W. C. Shields
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