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WVKNlNq nOLLBTlN. HONOLULU. T. It.. TUK8DAY,vOCT. 1C. 1900.
Atl visiting members of Urn
order nru cordlsl!? Invited to at
tend mcotljiRH (if local lodges.
HAnMONY LODOE, No. I, t. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday livening at 7:30
In I. O. O. 1'. ltafl, Fort street
i:. It. HKNIJUY. Secretary.
c. ti. iiotthi,, n. 11.
All visiting bro'hera very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. ef P.
Meets ovory Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of. P. Hall, Kiuf
etreet. Visiting hrntliers cordially in
cites to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, CO.
F. WALDHON, K.II.S.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of .
?Ieets ever Friday tivenlrjc at
K P. Hnll, King strict, at 7:30. Mem-b-ri
uf MyBtlc LocUe, No. 2, Vm. Mc
Kinley Lndgn, No. 8, and vlsltltig
bothers cordially Invited.
A. D. HONU. C. O.
A 8. KENWAY. K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. Cl, D. P. O. II.,
will meet In their hull, on Miller
and Uerctanla streets, evfry Friday
Uy order of the W. It.
HARRY H. BIMPSON,
H. K. MURRAT, E.R.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODOE No. 8, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
T:J0 o'clock In K. nt P. Hall, Kins
s.rL Visiting brothers cordially In
fit" to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
K. A. JACOHSON. IC.H.rl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. K.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7; 30
(clock In K. ot I' Hnil. King stre-L
Visiting Eagle h.-i invited tr at
DAM McKRAOlIK. W.l'.
II. T. MOORK. W. Hucy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. PI. M.
Meets evury second and fourth
mm AY ot each month In I. O. O. V
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. K. DRAKE. Sschom.
A. K. MURPHY, C. of 11.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets overy second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antdnui
Hall. Visiting biothcrs cordially In
vited to attend.
T. P. McTIOHB. Pres.
i:. V TOD1). Sooy.
A Superior Light to all other.
Aceytlene Gzs Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air leas jnd has no Injurious
ffecta on the eves.
For .urther partl-i'.lars Inoulrs at
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes, In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
iBnd grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 14S. 143 Merchant 8L
That's the chief thiny to be secured
v.-tn you buy delivery wagon.
Correctly constructed so that It is
mo moct convenient vehicle for tho
I. jrpote It was built,
That's the way we build them Tell
.1 how you want yours we'll build It
i lot way and at the right price, too.
27 QUERN 8T. TL, MAIN 47. 1
P. O. DOX 101.
0, W, ZCI0I.KII ,,Msnsgr
IIImiiU IhhiU of n snrtN, Mjiurs
fJiu initniifiii hjt! liy I lit HiilMlit Pub
,rrjKThe Old IMtnd
. KlTl HOtlS ufi
Ox inn m fta-
11 f,t CUCH eri
" . e1w artMe PT
If the p.ipcr on your wall Is so af
fected It Is sure to give your house
n dll.ipld.itcd appearance.
Why not select an up-to date pat
tern from our New Stock and make
the house look like ncw7
WE HAVE A
PLAIN AND TANCY PATTERNS.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINQ ST.
Ins lipen tiwd 'or ovcr IIXTV
VltAU.H bv MILLIONS o( Mothers
imi, won pcrtcct succcm. it
HOOTHKS tho Cllll.t), fiOi'Tr.NB
tho OUMA, ALI.AVH all luln,
CURES WlS'I) COI.IC, and It tho
I y f)nwKlt la every part of tho
mrlJ. io suru and ux for Mrs.
Vlukluw'd Boitliliit; Hyrupand take
no oilier Lla J. 33 Ceats a Battle.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 102.
Lord and Belser,
Sewera, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO 8T8.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TRBET.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOHHES CLEANING
v CO., Alakea Street.
Pilvate Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING,
COAT AND PANTO
CLEANED AND PRE8BEO FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1JI FORT OTREKT.
"O. FAR I A
PINK 0UITU PROM lit UP,
intdt In upto-
IIOTI'l. i)ii, IlltlllOl' ST.
I r k.-"' f";u 1
LOCAL iND iENEIAL
"More than we use Is more than we
want," nnd a Bulletin want ad, will
cell It to advantage.
The Globe setts it sheaper.
A. C. Cllbb ha! coin; to Hlto. I
Autos for hire at Tor. Htubivs.
Mls3 M. WUe ling gone to Illlo.
I" J. Cross 'vent In Luhnlna tod.ty.
Your groorr 'i'IIh I'ol llirnkfaft l'ood
M. J. Kccliin went t (Moulnr.i tnd.iy
.Mlsi Helen Aknu went to llllo today,
T. Mtilltr und wife lelt fur llllo thl,
.Mis. K Ptlllmnti went to llllo on the
MIgs Mnrrny dppatted this noon for
S'. V. Wescott left on tho Klnau for
lint cup ot coffee in tbo city. Now
II. W. I.ti.lloil left on the Klnnii to
day for .Mnnl.m:t.
A si'iond hand buggy Is wanted. Ad-
dre3i N, thla oIIIip.
l.'lder M. M. Harmon loft for Malm-
ttnua thla noon tin the Klnau.
Tho Hoard of supervisors will meet
next Tburiday night at 7:7.0 p. in.
Mm .tiiiiit ami .iw.i iiartnett salted
on the Kli.au for Kawallmc today.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of !., meets
tonight In K. of 1. Hall. King street
A notice to slooldioldfiH of the O.ilitl
Sucar Co., I.ld., Is pnbllslicd In this lv
.Miss R. V. Nntt and Mhs C. I.
Tonic left on the Klnau for the io
Iltnry May & Co. are glvltiR free
sample packages uf l'ol Urcakfnat
I Jr. T. .Mltamura, physician and sur
p.con, has an olllce at 141'.' Nuuaiiu
Harry T. Mills of Kona nrrhed In
town this niomlnij In the steauict
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. $1, $1.CU and ?2 par week. 1213
It It teported that a movement Is on
in China to simplify the written Chin
C'ul. .1. V. Jonc.i wns about town to
day after hnvlurj been laid up for &
wck by a bad i old.
.Mrs. i:. A. .Mclncrny left on the Kl
nau this noon for llllo, accompanied by
Allss .Mary Mclnerny.
See wlmtow display of ladlo.i' nkltts,
Jackets nnd long mats nt A, Ilium's.
Nntn the bargain pilci'.i.
Tho Co.unty Commlttcn of tho Hem
ocratlc parly will meet nt he.idijunrtcis
ill th" Wavcrley blork tonight.
Don't forget tho lllg llns-tlnin Hop,
fhn U" the .-I I.. C. Alumni nt frog
less Hall, Saturday. October L'utli.
Walkll.l Inn Is now owned by V. C.
Horgln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on tho boacu.
The J. Carlo Pawn Co. Is located on
Pott street, opvMKltit Catholic Mission.
Tliero will be work In the ICsipiIrn Rank
at Majestic Uxlgn this evenulg.
When the weather Ik but "Arabic"
will coal your Iron roof. When the
weather Is wet "Arable" will prevent
rust. California Peed Co.. agents.
If you wluh to slop paying lent you'd
hotter consider buying ti htiino. It',!
(helper than u ntlng. ttargalua offered.
In Mali 1 1. 1 Mdlon, and on Young Hlrret.
Tient &. Co., WW J-'ort Btn't.
Seiono K. Illxhoii rend a paper he
loic the Ministerial Union reviewing
favorably IJr, Orr's liook on the hlghei
ctlilelsm. (I. D. IMwarda and Ooicmtri
Scudder opposed Dr. Illshop'u Mews.
Ileuiember u delicious dinner at the
popular prlco uf one dollar Is scrod
every evening on tho great serai-cir
cular lunal of tho Seaxlile Hotel. Rett
uluo for the money nnd coolest plate
In town to dine.
'1 he. Hoird of Triirtcpu of the Cham
ber of Couiiiipipd will meet lomoirnw
nt 3 p. m. to take up the matter of ree
omiiicmhilloni for harbor Impiovo
infills, which was brought up In a com
mittee teport Irst week.
The Oaliu Sugar Co. Kloclclintdcrx
will mi'tt, on tho 2Gth Inst., lo discuss
tho pioposlllon of tho directors lo
change the par value of tho slock lioin
tluu lo JJ0 by Issuing mil.UOU Hhnres in
phuo of the picient uti.u'JO.
The Piomotlou Cninmlltpp tins ro
celved fiom the niilhnrlllei in Wash
ington showing Hawaii promlnpiilly
ninrkeil us the "Crocsroadn of tho Pu
clllc," and giving thn dlstniu-es from
Honolulu to various points.
The Symphony Society Is preparing
for i smoking eonieit to ho given ut
Hnalelpu I.iwn on Saturday, 0 loher
27. Later on n gimul eonrert will bo
given nt the Opero House, R. Ituil-
land lloile, thn director, Is In ehnrge of
With thn prosppet of many Porta
gueso mid Italians comtiig hern as the
tpsiilt of thn work of thn Hoard of Im
migration, Land ConuulsslniiPr Pratt
Billies that the snnio terms wlileh were
made to the MolokniiH will he open to
any oilier citizens or aliens ipiallf)liig.
n. I;. I- hi mi. onto u Iwol. Keeper on
I he Kllklllliaele pluulilllou, but now
an attorney nt law, has applied fur ad
mission to praitlco In Hie courts of Hie
Tonltory. Ho aeleil as attorney In the
Trnpp libel suit against Hip Now York
Wot hi, In which he obtained n verdict
of S12.2.r.u for his client.
With the coming of Fall even in
this climate fashion decrees the
changing of men's suits from the ligh
ter colors to the darker.
We considered the Autumn's com
ingperhaps you didn't and purchas
ed a handsome stock of dark suitings
of worsteds and cheviots In many dif
If you order your fall suit from us
It will embody all the latest styles
adapted to your particular measure,
To reuular customers ws are known
as "TAII-Ono WHO TIT"
W. W. Aliaiia & Co,,
ti King Ul,
I'liom: iii.ui', 2n, I, o, iirk uuo,
Do 1 rScud
ri No, uon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glassss
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDQ., 176-180 KINQ STREET. PHONE SKT.
n- -U L. gTg1-gf!BaHWBaeB;
muw m puis
M PAP W
Tho missionary ulcamer Morning
Htar Is buck again at her old lies Hi nt
Wllder's wharf, with her hold full uf
water and her engine In had shape.
Sho got 000 iiiIIpr on her way to Seat
tle when conditions liecoine so feilous
that it was necessaiy to put liaiK again
bo that repairs could be made.
Her olllcer.s arc vety tPlleent about
speaking or thn trouble, hut It Is evi
dent that It Is mine or less scrlou.,
dprtiilto nuv assertions to llici conlrniv.
Tho Rleamer ia leaMug ut the rate of I
about IS Inches nu hour. Captain liar-1
laud, however, snju that inls Is nut thel
woiht featuie. Had this been all that
was tlu matter, lui xnys that ho would
not have put h.icli. as tho pumps iiiuld
easily control the leak. What tho
tumble Is with the engines hn will uotj
Tho leak has not yet been found,
hut It Is Ktippoed to be about tho rud
der poht, ami the inddei- was unshipped
today in an endeavor to disiover vvhete
tho wait r Is coming in.
Captain Cat laud hopes to have re
palm coinplcleil so that be inn make a
fie Oi slaii fur tho C'ojki In about a
week. Iloivover, advices ftotn tltn litis
Ion iiwiiem may change Uiprh plans.
The .Moinlng Star Is only fill years
old, hut she looks thirty. Tills may ho
laigely on account of her dirty condi
tion She look)-. lift If no cleaning hail
over been done nbout Iter bIiipp nlin was
launched lit ItltiU, nnd her cabin smells
nn musty as u barn. That, together
with the fact that paint would prob
ably pioto a shock to the vessel and
that she Is generally so giensy that one
Is liable to xllp down In walking her
deck, makes her altogether an unat
Thn report of tho St. Antonio Society
for tltn quarter ending September SO,
l'.lOC, shows a net gain of Jl.S.Ul,
which Is most PiK-otiitiglug. Tills Por
tuguese widely has collected during
tho quarter thn sum of Slu.llSl.no ami
has (llslmrseil $o,U!)2.CO. Seuetary Cas
tro's teport shows that theio wele paid
out In slek huiefllH tbo buiu of 2H7,
lu pHislous to disabled members .17 1
paid to w blown and orphnus J.T.t.'.r.tJ.
and to wldower3 $1.'J02.75. Sal.tile
nnd miscellaneous expenses mndo up
the total ot the dlsbitiBciiicntH.
At the meeting of tho Hoard of I'M
ticiitlou held ji'Klerthiy afternoon Mis.
J. M. Uowselt, Supcrlnlemlenl Dab
lillt, David Al, C. 1.. Wight nnd W. It.
I-'atiluglou wt'to pii'scnt. After thn
leading of tho inlnulcH nnd their tip
1'ioval, tho inaltei- or a leave of ale
seiu'o for Pilinlpnl Tuggaid of tho
Knllhl.waen.i Hcbool wiih taken up.
Ho was nllowed a tcmpoiury leavo lor
Inspector Ivlttg reporli'il that ho
hail i Icirit-il tho Kumiirm school, its
theio ueiu only eight child I en lit lit
lemluuie, llm iilbet'H In tint dlstiltt
going to n Cutliolln sinool lu llllo.
Tim iolgimtlun or Itibpcctor Irish
of the Kim Ni'liool wits lecelvi'd Its
well ns- llm itpplliitlloii uf .Mr, Hal on
for llm poxlllon, KiMuilor lltiwiti mill
IiihihIiii- King endoiseil llm itppllt'it
Mint, lla wits nppoliili'il by Ihti llo.iil,
.Miss AIIm I'Vlher of llm Iviiiihiiiuu
nu wliiiol having hmken ilovv it In
lieitlili utui heliiu unit M'd it way liy ivr
Ali DISPOSED 0
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIQHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Oreek In Harvard University.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGES;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
doctor, wnn allowed leave ot absence
for tho remainder of tho term, Mrs.
Ctelghtntt was appointed temporarily
In her place tilt Nov. 1,
Superintendent Ilabhltt told of re
ceiving n letter from Canon Mackin
tosh, saying that ho would return to
his work Nov. 1,
SupciliiteiidPiit Ilabhltt reported in
tho case of .Mr. Plunltctt of Nuhlkit
school that the charge of drunken
ness had been BUbrtantlated nnd Hint
Phinkclt bad been "so drunk in tho
lehoolrooui Hint he was seasick." Also
I bat he had been suspended from Oct.
S. It vvns suggested by Mr. Wight
that ho ho dismissed at unco. Mr, Al
suggested that Plunkctt be written to
get his side of tho case. It was de
cided lo confirm tho suspension and
ask Plunkctt it lie had any defence
A letter was received from Mrs.
Meslek of tho Kapaa school asking
permission to list' tho building for a
night school. Tbo permission was
giauted with tho reservation that Mrs.
Meslek furnish tiro Insurance In tho
iiamo ot tbo Hoard for $1000. She
also complained uf tho bad water at
Miss U. II. Taylor of the Walohlnu,
Knit, school vvaa allowed two weeks
additional leavo of absence.
Letters were received from Hawaii
In connection with tbo application
made by tho father of a Japanese girl
at Walkamalu who desired to obtain
c release for 'her that she might at
tend a Japanese school at Hakalau,
wheru she could learn Japaueso dress
making. While tho lettera were not
lu favor of gtantlug the release the
Hoard decided that It was good policy
to do co.
W. 11. Farrlngton asked whether ttiu
various Japaueso schools In tho Ter
ritory had compiled with tbo law,
which says that they must mako ap
plication and recelvo tho permission
of tho Jloaid of Kdticallon beforo
starting a private school. Supcilnten
dent llnbhltt stated that they hnd not,
and lead over tho portion of tho
rtliool law relating to this,
Tho matter wan carefully discussed
by tho Hoard hut no action was taken,
though tho matter wll probably be
brought up again nt some meeting of
tho Hoard and the law may bo strict
ly enforced. Superintendent Ilabhltt
stated that ho did not bellevo that It
would bo for tho best Interests of tho
Territory lo enforce the law strictly
nnd that at present it could not be done
on account ot a lack of funds.
A long written report was received
ye.iteidny by tho Hoard ot Education
ftotn Miss ICdlilt llond, principal of the
Makapaln, Hawaii school, it staled
that n short lime ngu sho had tullted
over the starling of u class In weaving
and had decided In place one of tho
other teachers, Mrs. McKeiiido, In
chaigo of It. At llrat this wits ngi en
able to thn latter but then sho made a
Hat itfusal to take thn tlass unless
her salary was Increased, Site also
sent .Miss llcind n written communica
tion in the matter slating that sho ho
lleved that sho was being I m pined nu
baa use of her llawullan blood und the
Inct that she could not defend herself,
having it blind husband nnd tbtee chll
ilicn, Thn letter showed a very slicing
splilt of Itisiiboidliiullou,
.Miss lloiitl slated that she had (old
Mis. McKoiule Hull its sho iiltderslonil
by tho rules of tho Hoard that it leach
it wiih mippiixcil lo give her entile lime
during the siliool bonis In whatever
duly she was nmlgncl nnd Unit In tilse,
it Hat her iefune, sonieonn cle would
1 1'" found to Illicit tint pimlllnn, Sim
iiIkii staled h ti sho hud iilwnvtt In tiled
.Mis. MclvHKlii Willi llm inmost inuxld
nullnii Imih In legaid In lii'i noil, In
llin mliiMil utui In oilier iiiiilleiii,
The llonnl decided In buipni bn
1'oillluii iiiltt'ii liy AIIm liuiul Hint cub
Any woman who sufferi from
Cramp, Backache, Ntrvout ar
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cot.
tlvsness or Central Wtakntta
needs the Bitters to make her well
again. It has cured thousands in
the past 60 years. In cases of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands tlrot. Try a bottlo.
member stated Hint it was necessary
to do so lu order to preserve discipline,
Superintendent Hubhltt was Instructed
to write Miss llond notifying Iter of
the nctlon of thn Hoard nnd lu care
Mrs. McKcntlo still refused to do the
work reqtilied, that her resignation
would be nuked,
Your grocer tells Pol Breakfast Pood.
HOWE OF DIM
Mr. Howe, formerly In tho employ
of tho livening Hullcttn In this city,
has been written to by (luvernor Car
ter, asking If ho will accept the IhjbI
lion of delegate from lluwnll In tho
Trnns-Mls.slsslppI Commercial Con
gie.ts. which will lake place In Kan
sas City on Nov. 20. The letter will
leavo on tho Mnan.i litis afternoon.
Howe, af'er leaving Honolulu, was
with thn Portland Oicgotilnu for some
lime and then went back to Atchison,
Kansas, where ho took up woik with
his rattier, tho proprietor of I be Atch
In speaking of tho Trnns-Mlsslsstp-pi
Congress, (lovotnor Carter Rnhl:
"This Territory certainly should
hnvo some representative ut Kansas
City, ns tho confluence Is or great Im
portance. It lias always held out a
helping hand to Hawaii and was the
first great body lu lake up Hawaii's
fight for annexation when It was need
"Tho 'Congress Is composed uf
Western men, who rcallu What lite
commerce of Iho Pacific will grow
to. In tho Knot this Is not paid much
attention lo. Tliev do not know that
when the gient seaporlH of the Cast
havo reached their maximum that Liu
Angeles, Seattle and San Krauclsm
will Just he glowing and taking In
rounty after county ns they extend
"Again, they do not realize Hint while
the seaports of IhnJCast ate only trlb
utary to a small part of tho people ot
the world, tlM Pticlllc ports are open
to the commerce of over halt the popu
lation of the eutiro globe. We should
bo lepresenled and I hope that Mr.
Howe will he able to take part In the
conference for us."
Tho Identity of the murderous Porlo
Itlcati who stabbed a man unci n wom
an early yesterday mortilng has been
conclusively established. Ills name Is
Colon. A plctuto of the man wns
shown to big vlellmu yesterday and
they both Identllled It positively as
the likeness of tho man who had nt
lempled to kill them.
As soon as It was known who tho
assassin Is tho ofllcers started tn
search for htm. A telephone message
cutno to the pollco station yesterday
afternoon from tho Maklkl flro station
that tho man tho olllcers wanted was
up hack of Punehbol. Officer Lynch
was at once despatched to try to cap
turn him. The olllccr found tho man
sitting on a rock back of Punchbowl
and dismounted from Ills horse to put
the Porto ltlcan under arrest. Hut ho
didn't do It. When the man saw tho
policeman approaching, he Jerked out
tin ugly-looklug knife, and, tbt eaten
lug Lynch with It, niado his escape,
Into Iho bushes. ,
Colon was seen again this morning
headed for I'.wu. An olllccr coming lu
from Kallhl at C o'clock, passed tin)
mini on tho load, hut as bo was at tho
time tiuawuio that Colon vvns wanted
ut pollen lieadquuilerH, mado no at
tempt to artest htm. As soon ns It
wns repotted at tho police station that
tho man hnd been seen, olllccts weio
despatched to look for him,
Mrs. Akuhoshl, the Japaueso woman
who wns slabbed at the Japaueso ios
pltal, Is gutting on well, und Iho doe
tor say that she will piohnhiy live,
Tho man, Hhlzo, Is In n serious condi
tion. MRS. JEFFERSON DAVI8 DYING
New Ynik, Oct, 15. .Mrs. .leffeison
Davis is dying,
m i e
MINERS BURIED ALIVC
Ihlllimil, Hit. If!. Twenly-lbrce wein
killed In iho Win gel in t'ullleiy pud L'l.t)
EVArjOCLIST JONE8 DRAO
Mi lilplils. Ti'llil , Hi I IT, - Mam Juliet,
llin I'VuilKi'llil, lit lI'Mil,
DEATH TIKES AWAY
li 1E1 DM
Samuel C. Dvvlgbt, tho" eldest ton of
the late C. H. Uwight, died this morn
ing, his death being especially sad ai
It was very sudden, and the deceased a
yount; man Just entering. on his career
The young man had been ailing for
the past ten days, nnd suffered with
perforation of the bowels yesterday,
lie was nt once removed tn the John
son saullorium, where Urs. Herbert,
Walters, Waterhotise and Judd per
lormed an operation on him during the
evening. He died this morning at
The deceased was 19 yearn of age.
He wns born January .10, 1887 In thli
elty and attended the High School, af
ter which bo entered the employ of E.
A. Molt Smith's firm, where he was nu
ll! his dentil. He leaves a mother, sev
eral brothers nnd sisters, among whom
si llernlce IJwight, stenographer at the
Public Works Department, anw many
other close relatives, ns Supervisor S.
C. Uvvlght-and others. The funeral
will take, place tomorrow.
Wahiawa Dam Road
Knocked On Head
.The plan entertained by the Hoard of
Supervisors to build a bridge and road
ueioss Hie Wahiawa dam, so as to
make n short cut between Ilia Wala
lua load and Iho colony has been glv
eu n decided knock lit tho head by thu
t ef us.i I or tbo Wahiawa Water Co. to
allow- tho use. of the dam for the pur
pose. The following correspondence,
which explains the matter, will be
laid before the Hoard of Supervisors
t Its meeting on Thursday night.
Oct. t. woe:'
Hon. R I). Tenney, President Wahla
wn Water Co., Ltd., Honolulu.
Hear Sir: I nm instructed by the
County of (John to commiinlcato with
you and to Inform you that Iho said
Hoard requests that the County of
Oaliu ho allowed the right ot way ovcr
und ncrors thu spillway of the Wahl
nvvn dam for Ilia purpose of building
n bridge across thu said spillway, the
expenses of tho undertaking to be
borne by tho County.
I beg to remnln,
Clerk, County of Oahu,
Oct. 0, 1906.
Mr. 11. Kalauokalanl, Clerk.
Hear Sir: I now own receipt of
our favor of the 4th Inst.. Inquiring
II lids company la prepared to grant
permission to the County of Oahu for
o roadway acrous tbo spillway -of tho
Wahluwu dam, which, I understand,
also carries with it permission to use
the top of the present dam construc
tion as n public roadway, lu reply I
would stato that the Wuhlawa Water
Co., Ltd., la not prepared tn grant ei
ther request. t
B. U. TKNNEY.
President Wahiawa Water Co.,
H S Wl
Mateo Colon, thn Porto Hlcan whom
the police nre confident Is the man who
r tabbed Mm. Akohlshl and the Japan
ese man Shlzo, was captured at 11,40
this morning by otflcer Frank Kauae
on the road boyond S. M. Damon's
place, Puktikl, near Moanalua. The
man hnd no chance to put up a fight,
as the otllier Jumped from u wagon, and
shoved u gun In the fugitive's face.
Kanae huh sent out by Sheiltt Blown
this morning to search for Colon. Al
ter several fruitless attempts to find
the man, ho heard that a Porto Itlcati
had Btopped at, a Chinese store and at
tempted lo buy a cup of cottee ami had
then gone on down the road. Kanae
Impressed Into service Hie wagon of a
Chinese whom he met, and overtook
the Porto ltlcan. Jumping down, he
commanded the man, at the uiuzzle'of
his gun, to throw- up his hands. Tho
Porto ltlcan obeyed and was brought
hack to the police station, where he Is
ntnv locked in ti cell. The pollco are
confident Hint he Is the man who pom.
milled thn crimes yesterday.
Colon has a bad reputation and has
been lu Jail several times before. The
oMIcfis say thut I hey thiuk be Is the
same man who waB arrested some time
ago on thn charge of having killed a
Japanese baby at Iwllel, but got free
on account of Insufficient evidence to
convict. He h also thought to he the
same man who killed u Jnpanase on
tiiici of thn other Islands.
When arrested. Colon had nothing to
say, beyond professing Ignorance of the
leason for bis nrrest. He will he taken
before thn two people who were slab
bed yesterday, for Ideut Ideation.
Colon wns tnkeu beroro his victims
this afternoon for (deiillllcatlon. They
both knew hi in nt once as tho man
woh had attempted to kill them, Thu
woman, when she saw him, Bald lu
Kngllsh: "That's thn man." shlxo.
Iirougli nn Inteipreter, said that Co
lon was tho man who had stabbed him.
Slncn Iho nccinint of tho stabbing
of tho woman was published yester
day It has been learned that Colon at
tempted to pnik,, criminal ussault
upon her, nnd II wua when situ resist
ed thai he diove tho knlto Into her.
Ciilnn was also identified by a Jan-
aiifs-o named Shljo VoHhlhel, who whs
In llm loom when Shu was knifed,
,"m" V.',v bU "leeplng lu tho loom
"I llici time. Hhlzii WI1H ,1B nttt (o
make, mi utlctiipt lo cultli iho Intiu
il'T. Jiislilliel. however got u good
look nt him ami U posltlvu thut hu Is
Iho iiiiiii who did Iho c titling.
MUD FROM VE8UVIU8
Niiples, on ir,, , Htcirm has fanned
M HismI wlili h. hiougbl dilHli a liver of
mini 'Mini ilie slopin uf ViNHitlua, kill.
Imi inn I'lisixm umi lujiiiiim iwuiiiy.
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