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EVRVlNa ntnAETlN. HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY. OOT. 2. 190C
All visiting members ot the
order are cordially invited to at
tend meeting - local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. 0. O. V. Hall. Fort street.
U. It. I1KND11Y. Socrctnry.
C. O. hotti.l. Nt 0.
All vlnltlfB liro'.liera very cordially
MY81 IC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'rlock In K. ot I. Hall, Kins
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to nttcnO.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
F. WALDItON, K.ll.9.
I OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ol Mystic Lodie, No. I, Wm. Mo
Kloley Lodge, No. 8. and vliltltig
brotbers cordially Invited.
A. U. HOND. C. 0.
A. S. KKNWAT, KJLS.
HONOLULU LODQE Sits, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 1, B. P. O. .,
will meet In tbelr hall, .in Miller
nd Ileretanla streets, every Friday
Uy order of the . R.
IIAURY II. SIMPSON, .
H. . MUnilAT, B.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No, , K.st P.
Meets svery Saturday vsa1ng t
T:S0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall.'KlM
f.rML Visiting brotbsra cordially U
rlt to attend.
M. M. JOHNBON, 0.0.
B. A. JACOB80N. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. K.
HnU on the 2nd snd 4th WBDNlia
DAY evenings of tach month at 7:30
dock In K. of P. Hall, King ttwt,
-. Visiting Kaglcu ara InvlUd te aj
' ' DAM McKEAOO'A Vfj
H. T. MOORS. Wi aej.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Na. 1, I. O. It HL
' t ' Meets tvery second aad Ufutih
FRIDAT ot each month In I. 0. 0. T.
-, Visiting brothers cordially lovltsd
Ti -" , W. F. DRAKE. Bachom.
A. E. MURPHY. C. ol R,
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Moots ovory second and fourth Wed
nesday of each mitnth at laan Antonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
' ' B. V. TODD. Sesy.
: T. V. McTIQHE. Prcs.
A Superior Light to all other.
Aceytlane Gas Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less .end has no Injurious
ffecU on the eves.
For .orther particulars Inquire it
Also Calc'um Carblda of all sites. In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
' and grades of Oas Mantles and Gas
. Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Managsr,
' ' Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 8L
l There's More
.to your store every day If you keep
'the delivery wagon well painted and
I Do n't lose this business but
librlng youi wagon here when It needs
fattention and we'll attend to It at a
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 183.
C. W. ZEIGLER Msnsgsr
lilank books of all sorts, ledm
etc., manufactured by the Unlletln Pah.
The Old Blend
f tnt tVirb VjyS,
Jf tje jritri.
IN 1IIC fcUIKftt.
tMT en uruxa
Whito Horso Collar.
SvtiC Ml PicHl Whisky tutaij dun't Vptt
IT tic esn il RkoUr brum).
KACKJE & COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
RLAV, QLOILIVCT. AND CXA3C10W.
KINQ "AND BETHEL 8TREETS
ANY TIME -TJSJ
0?- EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTSI
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINKI
ANIMALS, DIRD3, ETC., ETC.I
DON'T MISS A GOOD TIMEI
Tel. Main 198. P. O. Box 1S2.
Lord and Belser,
Sewtrc, Gjradlng, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
SOUTH 4 KmWAIAHAO 8T3.
Phone Main -487
YBU GET THB
. ALAKEA ST.
MONDAY, OCT. Ut, at
BOSTON BUILDiNa, FORT STREET.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alaksa Street
NUUANil T. eor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRiaSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
FINE SUIT8 FROM SIS UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP ST.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANI COMPANY.
156 AND 158 HOTEL 8TRBBT,
Opposlts Young Hotel.
Clothe Cleaned snd Preesed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
i. J, Fern, Managsr.
Rlcnardw 'nesr Queen 8ts. All tele-
phsne meaeagee promptly attsnded to
We call 'for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
Is kedt on file st E.
C DAKE'3 ADVER
TIS I NQ AOENCY,
124 Ssntom St.. Ssn FYanclseo, Csl.,
where tont-cts for advertising cxn
be mad for )L
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
LOCH ANI fENEIAL
Don't try to be a clerk In your own
store or an office boy In your own
1 office. Use a Bulletin Want Ad.
The Olob IU It cbeaper.
Register or lose your vote.
Amu (or aire at l'er. HUbles.
C. U 1'rlnnte went to Hlto tuduy. '
A. Klcbley Mt tlile uuon for llllo.
H. M. Uumuti itvnt to llllo today.
J. J. Newuombe nuut tu l.alialna to-
All prior reglitratlons are null and
II. A. ll.ildulii and wiro left for llllo
Airs, It. Wfiluby Wt today for Ka
wulliae. I'. I'. Woods ilepartctl for .Mnluiko
(1 II. .Mayor left uu tbp Kinau fur
Sir. 6. A. drccn sailed for lbalna
John t'.isldy went to Manlata on
Miss Austin left on the Klnau today
UtnX cip of i-oftoe In tho city. New
MI'S May left on the Klnau Tor Lau
linlioohoe this noon. '
I). HaiiRlis departed for l.aupaboc
Iiuh on tlu' Klnau.
Mlis Strong vim a Klnau lustr-nger
this noon for Maalnea.
A HrIiI newly furnUlicd olTlcc la for
lent, Hd' ud tins Issue.
(led, Osborn nas u pnsseiiKcr on tlio
Kinnti fur Kuwalhno toduy.
AV. 11. tills 'and ion nuj Mlns Ullss
left for llllo today on the Klnau.
A lot of dandy brushes are to be sold
nt miction at, Morgan s Wodimsday.
Albeit f. Juild is expecieu to rriurn
frnni the l'blllpiiliics in NoNeinlitr.
Mrs. (Icorgc It. Carter will reccle on
Wednesday from 3:30 to fi o'clock p. in.
Mystic Lods, No. 2, K. ot P., meets
tonight In K. ot 1. HaU. King street.
Ucnson. Smith & Co. arc senilis soda
par cxcvlloncc from tbelr new foun
tain. Mr. and Mrs C. K. Notley nnd .Mrs.
Mcle It. Xotley went to Kawalbae to
Iay. 11. W. Schmidt lias taken the place
nt A. Hui-hliulU, rcalcnt'd, as postmast
er at Koloa.
Mrs. 0. U Dlckprson will have n
mafiiilricuc rtillllncry opcnlnc on tho
Sid of October. WAIT!
W. B. Shaw of tke Nahlku Iltibbcr
Co. will leavo tomorrow for Cuba on Ills
second lut"tlf;allnn trip.
Dlslioii Libert was a passcnRcr on
tho Klnau today for Lnlinlna. en routo
to the settlement on Molokal.
On and after Thursday, October 4,
registration open from 7 to 9 a. m 11
a. m. to 2 p. m. aqtl 4 to 8 p. m.
Prominent Koreaim Inst nti;ht irivo a
dinner at tli'i Voiiiir Hotel In honor of
Itcv. Mr. Wndinan nnd .Mrs. Wadinnn.
Coat your Irua roots with "Arabic"
You will b surprised at Its cooling and
praMrvatlv properties. California
Feed Co., acsnU.
ltcv. V. I). WcstervcH will tnnlKht
give a fro stereopllcon locture on Ha
waiian lVKends and history nt tho Mil
klkl Japnnoso church.
II. S. Hand of Iliirltngtmi has rc
eueacod his old apartment ut thn Mo
ana for this winter. Ho hut already
spent four winters hero.
On nnd after Tburkdny the Hoard ot
Registration will extend Its hours, sit
ting hot ween 7 nnd 9 a. iu., 11 n. m. mid
'1 p. in., nnd 4 and S p. m.
Tho Ladles' Society of Central Un
ion Church will bold It. bunlncas mrut
tag on Thursday murnlnK at IU
o'clock In the cburch.parlor.
Walkikl Inn Is now 'owned by W. C.
Bergln. , Accommodations, supplies
and attendance- absolutely flrst thus.
Finest bathing on tho beach. '
llotorman Arch last Sunday sacd
the life ot a little girl who fell directly
In fiont of his car by applying lux
brake with great promptness.
Portraits of candidates reproduced
In halftone on short nollco; also de
signing, eugravlng abd printing of all
descriptions. Paradise of the Pacldc,
Innt nlakt tbat part of the Auega-
wa'y ciew which was on duty laxt Sat
urday night, was given it niopUcm on
the Hois' Field similar to tllut glen
Iho rest of tho men nn Saturday.
Remember a delicious dinner at tb
popular pries of one dollar Is served
every evening on the great semt-clr-cular
lanal ot the Seaside Hotel, liest
value for tb money and cooloJt place
lu town tp din. , ,
llcuiirt nu tho number of deaths thnt
tiato occurred nt IIiIh plnco from tho
folluwliig contagtuus diseases, fiom
Bcptembcr 16th to September SOtli,
1906: , Diphtheria, 0;-plaguo, 0: tu
beicutoils, S; typhoid fever, U. To
Inl, ?,. i
The Woman's Hoard of Mlnslnus will
meet nt Ceiitial Union Church ut 2: ail
p, m. loday to continue the study ol
the "Dark Continent," In ihnri;n ol
MIks Knnpi, tho topic of the day bo
lug "Slnery." A full report of the
llaunllan work will bn given.
The Now Knglnnd Mutual I.lfo Iii
Hiiiauco Co. gives you tho Btmugenl
policy contiact, nno tfiat piotoda you
and your estate under nil circuni
Hlancea. Full ln(oriiatlon concerning
their policies for age or 'amount will
bo furnished ynti upon application to
CaBtln & Cooke, Ltd.
Tho nlnaqa cane harvester was last
Sunday tiled on the Honolulu pluntn
tion. It worked succcbsfully lu every
respect, with the exception tbat the
tuition power was found to be Insuf
ficient, a defect wblcb can easily be
leraedlcd. Tbe roscbino will be Kin
further dials thlH week.
The Soclsl Bcleuco Club met nt J. 1.
Cooke's residence last nlgbt. Captain
Slattery read a paper on light-houses.
Officers for the year were elected sh fol
lows: Judge W. F. Fi.ear. president;
Judge W. I Whitney, secretary and
treasurer, nnd A. V. Orlfflths, thlid
member of tho membership committee.
Tho barkentine Irmgard, Captnln
Schmidt, sailed at 2 o'clock for San
Francisco. She took about halt, a
cargo uf sugar. 700 tons. The Irm
r.ntd will probably mako n voyage up
fin tho Sound before returning to Ho
nolulu, rot, lumher. ror nan rianustn.
Captain Schmidt sas that ho expects
o bo back hoio som time In January.
Do I Need 1
V No, I don't need 'em,
'csust I can't' rad. If I
could read I'd get glasses
suro. I'd go to
A 1ST Snfrtrf1
1. ,. w.ww; ,
I BOSTON BLOCK.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDO., 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE 287.
Thn mo.U Important mnttor to ciune
up lieforo the Supremo Court eslonlay
wus the nppril of Isaac HarlioltH for
Auditor FIxlior'H refusal to Issue u war
rant for his entire month's salary und
er the gnriilsliuo law. Tho court up
held the law. not oven considering It
necessary to hear Iho Attorney (len
crnl or Attorney Robertson, nio were,
prepared In handle the iaxe on liehalt
of the Auditor. The rato was of un
usual Interest on nt count of tho recent
expose. In Juilgo Dole's court, of the
money shnrlc who bleed from ft to 11)
per cent u month from their victims.
Thn objection entered by .Macoon mill
I.lghtfooi to .ludgn Wilder hitting lu
the llllo waterfront cate, llmv.ii mi.
Spreckles, was oveVrvlcd.
The S. S. Ktnnu on arrival at llllo
last Wedncrduy shunnd her tltlo us
flagship of tho I. 1, 8. K. Co. Admiral
Uco. HscUoy had tho Hllo-bnud on
board playing to keep the seventy I)cm
otratlcn ijulrt whlrh he had pick up at
'.Mahukoiia ((.turning to llllo from tl'o
Dern. Homo Hula l'uilun Convention at
IColi.'ihi. with the band, and sent tho
blood of Iho Republicans with tho pco.
pic on the wharf tingling through their
-elns with udmlrnllon. Communicat
ed. Additional Cable News on Page 2.
Havana, Oct 1. The .Moderates havo
Issued u manifesto strongly Inferring
that the American Commission was to
blame for thn Intervention. They ile.
nled for themselves nil responsibility
tor tho results of the rctolutlon.
Following thn .iiianlfeslo an null
Ameilcan demiiunt ration wns iiindo hy
1C0 ctudonls. The drinoiiHtratlon wns
not taken seriously, Tho revolutlonUU
will commence tho mil lender uf tbelr
JEMS IS OFF
Newport News, Oct, 1. Thn buttle
xhlp Texas has sailed for. Cuba.
UHM WjNS MCE '
Psrls, Oct. 1. Lieutenant Lnhm, U.
S. A., Is the winner lu the, hallnnu nice
for lice Ilfiinolt (.'up. Tho wlnnlni; bal
loon cio'sod tho I'.ugllHh channel,
Kersnn, Hum la, Oct. 1. Twenty
lliioo peasants worn Hogged lu death
her yesterday by Cossacks nud nnn
liundied nud thirty five others ,ciu
VancniivfT H.irrnck3, Oct. L Thirty
four curs with troop, tho Seventeenth
and (eighteenth Field Aitlllery Corps,
havo irrt hero, bound for Cuba,
Shanghai, Oct. L The loaders In tha
police strike hue hnvo been ancstod
and thn strlko has ended.
ohio siftmrs home
Cavlte, Oct. I. Tho battleship Ohio
lias sailed for New York.
Office of Registrations, basement of
ajar- BULLETIN AD8. PAY -
Lives of the Queen's
FROM THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
Compiled from official records and
other authentic documents, private as
well as public, by Agnes Strickland,
with n biographical Introduction by
John Foster Kirk. In sixteen vol
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plates.
The Imperial Edition, limited to
1000 numbered copies, bound In Im
ported English buckram. $5.00 per
volume. There are other finer bind
I run Includlna the Royal Edition,
$60.00 per volume and (he Alexandra
Edition, $100 00 per volume. To be
had on easy Installments of $5.00
monthly and upwards,
Wm. C. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
AS TREASURER OF
Republicans By Proxy
Nctlco wan given pt tho meellhg of
tbe Republican Territorial Cummlltcq
held Inst evening nt licudciuartiTX, of
the amendment to tho rules of the party
that will oveicome thn great dltllculty
that bus exlltci! between thn Fourth
nnd Fifth District tegaidlng represen
tation in the County Committee.
Tho amendment offered by Commit
teeman llallent)iie of thoJ"ourth Dis
trict allows fur n balancing of the com
uiltteo by C(juil nuinlicrrf. It reads its
Amend Section 1, Article 1, by add
ing "Provided. Thut lu tho County of
Oaliu tho Commlltc o shall consist of
nn ecimil nuiiibcr uf mombers from tho
Fourth and Fifth Districts, tho basis
Icing ono for each precinct from each
district nnd ns ninny others as are uec.
CHiiary to make tho District having thn
lesser number of precincts equal to1
thut having tho greater number, thu
excess over the number uf precincts III
each district tu bo elected by tho other
members fiom that District."
The other principal business of tho
meeting wus tho election of a Ticas
liror. The pusltlon wtifl finally present
ed to W. T. Kobliisun uf Walliiltu, it
being understood that Mr. Robinson s
proxy, Frank Krugcr, will do the wurK
connected with the position.
A fflrmal rcmicst wus mailo or lli-j
Rapid Transit Company to plurn the
notices culling nil citizens to icglstcr on
the Mieet cars. This was not In u par
tlznn scuso'ns tho party managers want
nil perKOiiH lu icglslvr and tho vela
will be sought nftcrwnril. Tho regit
trallon matter Is becoming a very ser
Iuiih ono ns very little tlnui remains and
It Is possible, that all Iho Miters will
not ho put on tho list for no other rcn-
tou than the Impossibility of register'
lug thn number eligible lu tho time rn
HOW DID l IE
Tho casn of "Moml (Plum) Yamnno
was brought up agnlu heforu Judge
Do Holt this inclining through a mo
tion on tho part of Attorney Cathcart,
icpiosontltig tho glrl'u husband, to va
(tile tho order giving her Into thn oiih
tody of her iiarcnts. Judgo Davis iop.
lesontu thn parents of thn girl, who
rwnui Hint sho Is under 14 yearn of
ago, nnd lmo brought suit fur thn
annulment of thn marrlngo on IIiIh
Kifiiiud anil thn order Issued by Judgo
Do Holt wns in rnrco pending tho hear'
lug of tho cuse.
According to tho girl's nwn nlUdnvIt
sho is over In, ami tliero Is a fight on
In son who shall hnvo possession of
her, tho lather mid mother or tho mis
ham).' Thn parents allege, that thn
husband desires possession of her lu
ruler that ho may tnko her to Japan,
wheio tho i oui t will hnvo no Jurisdic
tion, and tho attorney for tho husband
claims thnt the) parents wish tn hnvo
her thut they may do tho samo thing,
Tin) iuho wan flnnlly settled tilt It
uliall ho heaid on Its merits by Judgo
Do Holt maklug Attorney Cathcart
rtistndlnn of thn girl till tho matter
nhull c omo up In Its duo course, Judgo
Davis was perfectly sntlsflcd with this
wuy of handling tho mutter.
Tho argument of tho rnso In court
wns very interesting and, according
to the attorneys, t,ho caso seemed to
hlngo on whether tho girl or her par
ents know mobt about when sho was
I'oru. Cathcart claimed that lha
gill'n ward should bo taken ns quick
ly ns that of tho pnretns, whllo Davis
asserted that tho parents wcro lu a
bettor position to know,
Tbe Weekly Edition or tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
tke nawa ot tbe day. For SI a year.
IK I H
Governor Carter Makes
(lovernor ('.trier niiftmincod todny a
number of appcilnlments of liispeclom
of Election on Hawaii ami Knual. All
the other Inspectors whoso names do
not appear In this lott oil tho Islands
mentioned, hold over their appoint
tnciitA under commissions isHued nt it
piovlous date. Tho following commU
stuns wcro Issued todny:
Third Proclnct: K. P. McCaiin, Ilcp.j
T. W. Kekonhiilana, II. It. Fourth Pro
clnct: John .Manilla, II. It.; M. S. Pa
clieco, Hep. Firth Precinct: It. II,
Lyman, II. It. Sixth Proclnct:' S. Pan
luhl, D. Seventh Picctnct! J. U. Ol
iver, Hop.' Win. Puller, Hep.; Albert
Uncn, II. 11. Klghlli Proclnct: Sam
Maey, Hop,; D. K. Miinukoa, Hep.; J.
Kahnlokulnnl, 1). Tenth Product: Al
bert Homer, Rep.; J, W. Ionlutt,
Rep. l'lcvcnlh Precinct: J. W. .Moa
nuiill. Hop.: Ceo. V. Hall, I).; John At.
II. H. Twolflh Precinct: Wm. Hnr
nor. Rep.; J. (1. Jones. Hop.
First Proclnct: .tunica Williams,
Rep.; Simeon Abernhamn, 11. it.; Wil
liam Lincoln, I). Third Precinct: WIN
mot rodenborg, Rep.; Fourth Proclnct:
Wnldcmnr .Muller, Hop.; Harry Ureg-
Min, Rep.; S. K. Kuplho, II. It. Fifth
Precinct: J. W. Kelllkoa, Jr., II. it.;
Secntli 1'ieclnct: John . It. Smith,
Rep.; S. W. Kino. II. 11V. Klghth Pie
clnrt: Henry Naope, II. It. Ninth Pre
cln,rl: Abraham 1'olilna, Hep. Tenth
Proclnct: It. L. Wllhelm, Hop.; Ham
llanalcl, II. It. I).; Henry Kcaloha,
II. It. Hleventh Proclnct: Robert T
Forrest. Hep.r.Oco. M. Itobertson, Rep.;
J. IC. Iloonll, II. R.
SIXTH DJSTllICT. ,
Third Precinct: A. Ilotitkc. Hon.;
S. Makalla. II. It.; M. J. Perclra, Rep.
Fourth Proclnct: A. B. Hnrrls, Rep.
Fifth Precinct: William Puuol. I).: It,
1. .Motor. Hon. Sixth Precinct: liar.
Ilia Luces, D. Seventh Proclnct: J. 1
Alohlkou, Hop. Klghlh Proclnct: U
J. Miindan, Hep.
It C. Birbe's Bump
Lands Him In Jail
A largo, well developed bump of
dcHtructlvencss Is located on tbo north
west corner of. the bead of one II. C.
Ulrbo. It Induces In hi in u wild long,
lug to smash things. Ho HLvsMo see
tho pieces fly. Tho crash of shivering
glass Is us music to bis soul nud the
breaking ot furiilturo is Mb chief de
light. Hut tho Indulgence iu such joys Is
not nlwuya well receHod by lllrbe's ac
quaintances, Suiiictlmus they object.
it Is often Inconvenient to hnvo a man
Lalw up to your house unci tluuw
stones thrimgh tlio windows. It mussca
things up to.
Ulrbo Is not unknown to fame. At
ono tlulo he achieved renown ns u pol
itician. Ho bad n cuto little way ot
winning elections that was very suc
cessful whllo It lasted. Hut the method
wns not upprnved of among tlio best
class of politicians. It was crude, some
even said coarse, nonce mrno sits no
uioro umoiig tho elect or Ibo elected.
Hut ho still bus friends. Sonic of
them dwell In lullol. Unci of them wan
LMancho Murtlu. Alan, sho Is no more.
to bo counted utnone Hlrbo's friends,
Sho has crossed him oft her list, lllu
playful ways wcro too expensive Ho
did things that grimed Iter. More, ho
angered her by thrown Htones through
her window panes and trying, in a ptay
fill moment, to wreck her house.
Illancho didn't think that this wus
exactly tlio thins, so she bad Uirbe or
tested. Ulrbo explained to Judgo Whit
ney this murnlng.
Tho Judge was lenient. Ile did not
think that window breaking ought lu
bn encouraged. So ho sentenced lllrlie
to th reef.
Hut Ulrbo yet has a chancn to avoid
punishment. All ha has lo do Is to be
gooil fur nlHiiit thirteen months. Ir bo
inn Keep from liitnldiig windows for
that length of time, ho will be let otT.
Hlrhei Is now making an effort to re
duce tho bump on his cranium.
An answer wns flleil this morning
by tho ileleiidnnts In tho caso of Arel
Nun Hills, IhiouKh Alfred 1). Hills on
next friend, vs. William J, lllljs and
Jo.in Hills. Tho defendants, In gen
eral, deny nil tho assertions In tho
(omplnlut and usccrt that Mrs, Hills
is perfectly competent to manago tho
uflulrs of her own estate and that the
property which has boon transferred
to them bus boon-turned over with
her consent and under her express
wishes, They also assert that the ac
tion of Alfred Hills Is taken In order
that ho may bo able to claim a full
chart) of his mother's properly In caso
of her death, and nllego craft and de
ceit lu his manner ot handling tho
Mrs. Hills Is the widow ot Major
Hills, who was wfll known in this
city and who left eiultti nn estate,
which Alfred Hills rcpiesonts In be
ing mishandled by his brothers
through iiuduo influenco over his moth
er. The ensu will pi nimbly bo u long-drawn-out
light through tho courts.
Supreme Court Asked
New Trial In Old
Tho enno of Charles A. llrown vs.
'oliu I). Sprockets ot nl., on the mo
tion for.n now trial, wan argued this
morning before tho Supreme Court,
but not completed. Attorney Ualtou,
lor tho defendant, brought up numer
ous points on which ho declared that
a now trial should be granted. Among
Die nolnts he mentlane.l wore: tint
tiio testimony of a. W. Mncfarlano
should not have been read to the Ju
ly; that tho question ns to how much
of the land In Exhibit A was convey
ed ,ln tile wordn "sea beach" should
have been lclt to tho Jury; that tho
court should have required clear
proof of ndverse possession; that
thero was no evidence of ouster ns
lo tbo Innd between tho high nnd low
Another Important point which
will bo tnken up during the afternoon
Is Iho statement made by the trial
Judge wlllo the trial was In progre-s
and which reached tho jury through
BY PORTO MUN
A Japanese living out on River
ttreot was severely cut last night by
n Porln Rlcan. Tho Identify of tho
tnttor Is suspected nnd orders have
issued to arrest tho man.
The Japanese, who lives at the Ak
wl building on River street near Here
(aula, thought he heard some one un
der the house Inst night. Ho got a
rearch lantern nnd threw the light lu
where ho thought the Intruder was,
tailing to know what be was doing
tinder thero. A Porto lllcan jumped
nut nnd slashed tho Jap across the
face with a razor, Inflicting a bad cut.
Tho Japanese grapWt''tlic man and
mi receded In grasping tbo hand that
held the rarnr. Tho fellow broke
nwny but left tho razor, which- Is bro
ken and stained with blond.
Tho Japanese was able to clve a
cry guojl description of Ills assailant
nnd the police think that they know
who no is and will be able to arrest
SHERIDAN NEARLY TURNio",r "
(Continued from Pag 1)
and beached thero. Though morn ex
posed to tho sea than she wag In her
former position the situation Is not
icgnrded as very serious, nud it Is
confidently expected thut she will be
again floated, as soon as tbo neccs J
rary changes havo been.rUade, aiur
brought Into poit.
Tho causo of tbo ship's top-heaviness
was tho fact that sho had on her
deck n half dozen heavy bolters and
other machinery. The pumps were
located on tho starboard side, so as
to glvo her a list In that direction. A
particularly heavy swell came along
and threw her over on tho other side,
and sho was unablo to right herself.
Thoso on board wcro greatly fright
died, fearing that she would, turn com
Tho plnco where (he Sheridan Is now
beached Is sandy, nnd thero being no
locks tu bold her and for, her to pound
on, not much damage, It Is thought,
will bo done. Yesterday u very heavy
surf was piling In from tbe ocean, but
today thn sea Is very smooth. The
vessel, us soon from this city, appears
lo hnvo drifted In come distance from
hero Bho wns yesterday, but It Is rr
ported tbat she has not so great a list
as sho had.
Tbe other vessels are still standing
by, Tho Iluford Is somcrrflstance out,
the Manning, lwalanl and Iroquois
steaming busily about making prepara
tions for tho second floating of the
tiansport. A big kedgo anchor was
laid out last night, upon which tho
Sheridan will pull with her winches.
The Iroquois, when she came by
night before Inst from Midway, did not
slop ut Unrubor's Point but continued
on her way townrd this port. It was
neeossury to send ono of the Island
steamers after her to bring her back.
When thcl Sheridan came uff the lecf
the Iroquois look her lu tow and start
ed for Honolulu. The Manning did net
get nwny with tho rest of tlio fleet. Slw
got her propeller tangled up In thn
towing ruble nnd had to remain nt
Harbor's Point until 11 o'clock yestrr"
day morning. When sho started for tho
city, sho found the transport again
Tho Island steamer Nllhait, which
came In Inst night, brought with her
200 tons of thn Sherldnu's coal, nnd the
scow Melnncthou is bringing In 400
tona more. This wllj be reloaded onto
tho Sheridan when sho starts for San
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