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r Nothing I. toln the way In ISV
fj house as a musical Instrument which VKjcMF InJ
f no present member of the family VSjR-y ' ItvSEy'
J" plays. And nothing Is easier to sell 'Sff 1 s. -
or exchange, through a Bulletin want '''' J I
1 ad. than a musical Instrument. jeSSvr
yi Autos for hire at Ter. Stables. xP" . "'''Zr,
fZ tJ Mian Hoard went to Kallun today liirmm&HM IPrUfflajY)
CJ uj Make up a tallyho party for Walbile. VBrVV lYx'HLr
r" j2 Miss lien Taylor has gone to lluntt- 5'T T S? LS
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K Oceanic-Zd Degree. ffVBH.il .lUliffi "! TJ
I'' Council Kadofih 30th Deoree, (tlllwFllii 1 O
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We All visiting mcrabors of tin CPtxBafsV .. ?1 ..
P' order nro cordially iuvlted to it- 7&XWm )
H. lend meetlugs of local lodge. .!W',S. f f Z
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EL HARMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. O. F. SKS'tfrtSB f"
L'. Mcett evcy Monday evening at 7:30 I Lnli'r"VT7? i '1 HH
R? ' In I U. U tf"Han, Fort strwt, . -. m,.. "rJ J.
bTi i. 1(. Ill'iiiuivi. acviciuii MVHHMmm MVHHmmmw
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W All vlMtlEt bro-liera very cordially r. w. A. lialdwln and wlfo lli
f MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
i,siStp:isiImk!w Elastic Carbon Paint
trtdt. Vlsltluf brothers cordially lcl0 be unexcelled for roofing purposes
Tldi to attend. , AD co of every description. It makes a roof,
F WALDllON K.H.a. ' I be " metal canvas, wood, felt or
' L vlttnHla ImhmiIai, ..li l.
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oAHtl LQQftP. No. 1. K. .f s.
Meets evry Friday evenlrg at
K. 1. Ilnll, Klos street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic iMiie, No. 2, Wm. Be
Kinky Lodge, Nu. 8, and Tlsltlnir,
brotbern cordially Invited.
A. D. BOND, C. O.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODQE BIB, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 816, B. P. O. B.,and copings, steel bridges, ship's bot-
will meet In tuelr ball, .in Miller
aud Heretanla streets, etery Friday
Sy order of tho K. R.
HARRY H. BIMPSON.
n. n. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.f P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
1:50 o'Ooclt In K. of P. Hall; King
a'.rssL Visiting brothers cordially Id
vll' to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. 0.0.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. K.
Sleets on tho 2nd and 4th WKDNliS
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
clock In K. of P. Halt, King streL
Visiting Eagle are Invited tr at
DAM McKRAOOE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meeta every aecond and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. C. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. BRAKE. Bachom.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every sceond nnd fourth Wed
. nesday of oach month at San Aa'onlo
. ltak Visiting brothera cordially In
' vlWfl to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE. Prei.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
.BI . . B5
When your deHvery
wagon Is made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
make It Just as you want
It. We can give you an
427 QOCEN 8T, TEL. MAIN 47.
P. 0. BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JX)B WORK, and rcoalrt
executed at sffortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractlnj and Jobbing, I
Houseprtlntlng, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the j
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets, PHONE MAIN .161
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD,
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loam and In
Oldest Melnlyrs Bldg., Honolulu, T.H,
p. O, BOX 7H, PHONE MAIN 141.
PULLUTIN ADO, PAY
M,m-f nifSMiwui iv nmcrf manes
tplendld appearance on metal roofs,
fills the seams and small holes mak
ing them perfectly water proof, pre
venting formation of rust. We guar
antee to retell any leak or hole from
tire size of a pin-head to two feet
j square. This may appear as an exag
geration, but we are willing to dem
onstrate the truth of It by staking the
I Equally serviceable for the follow
ing purposes: Iron fences, gutters
iom, larming implements, sugar r.
fineries, Iron and steel structures.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
and comfortably cool, are White Lin
en Duck Suits.
Not only this but the Quality We
Furnish You is DURABLE and there,
Every talent of our experienced
workmen is exercised to give you what
we guarantee A PERFECT FIT.
W. W. Aliaiia & Co.,
62 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741. ?. O. Box 986.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
ORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per 8. 8. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDQ-, FORT STREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea 8treet.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT 8TREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke told In
this market. Try It.
HAYSCLDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDQ.
NEW HAWAIIAN RECORDS,
New aitortment of Hawaiian muilc
for the Victor Talking Machine, Come
early and maxe your (election,
HCH03TH0M MUS0 CO,, LTD.)
ODD I'CLLOWb' ULUO,
BVENINQ BUUjETIN. HONOLULU, T U.. TUESDAY. NOV. 20. 1900.
Mlsi 1.. Lone
I Landing today
A. Mason went to
noon on the Klnnu.
1 E A on Ainewnld departed on tin
Klnau today for llllo.
I .Mrs. II. V. Luilloff nnd .Miss K. I.ud
, toff lull for llllo today.
C Mclnecku deported for Huimapa
today on the Milium, Lou.
i Miss Carlfitram departed on the
' .Milium l.oa for Knllua today.
' Mrs. II W. Kelsey left on tho Klnau
lor MtOregor'B Ijmdlng.
After roller skating go to tho Cobweb
Cafe and nar for refreshment.
Mis. A. C. I'ferdncr departed on the
Klnau for Mcdregor'H Landing.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., meets
tonlr.ht In K. of P. Hall. King street.
The Club Stubles Co. have opened n
filiiiliig n!iup In their l-'ort utret-t
Dr. W. A. lialdwln and wife will
rae for New X.euliind tomorrow with
J l. Cooke.
Neatly furnished rooiau at the Pop
ular. $1, U.SO and $2 per week. 123
Miss Cnywood has, received tliu kiiu
Hews of her fatlier'x death nt Pag"
Kansas, on November 12.
Frank Archer, the reelected Super
visor for Ewa, entertained 400 guest
at a liiau Saturday night.
Look right on Thanksgiving, by hav
ing your hat cleaned by the ilxperl Hal
Cleaner, opp. Club Stables,
Daintily decorated Herman rliln.i
tiller dinner cups nnd saucers for lCc
at i:. O. Hall & Sou's this week.
During the fortnight ending Noem
her IS there were six cases of tubercu
losis In town and flvo of typhoid fever
i:. T. Derrick. Into manager of tin-
Seattle Urewlng Co. In Honolulu, left
fur his new Held, Reno, Nevada, tlilf-
Col. Macfarlane, who arrived hi the
Mauieda, Is niiraltig a bruised leg, the
result of a car uccldeul lie wax In In
E. 11. MrClauuhuu left for San Kill 11
cIrco this morning on business relut
lug to the salvage claim of the cable
Watklkl Inn is now owned by W. C.
Bergln. Accommodations, supplies
aud abtendanca absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on tho beaou.
When the weather Is bot "Arabic"
will tool your Iron roof. When the
weather is wet "Arabic" will prevent
riiKt. California Feed Co.. agents.
11. F. Wlchman & Co. arc Hhnwing u
metropolitan assortment of gold
bangles. These beautiful ornaments
nro today's most stylish ndornment.
The bark S. C. Allen, which arrived
Sunday from the Sound, bruugbt u ear
go of 773.000 feel of lumber. She wuw
lowed Into the harbor yesterday by the
Tho Hrlllsh steamer Wlllesden, Cap
tain Raebiirn, nrrhed yesterday from
Newcastle with u cargo of coal for the
Inter-Island Company. Her passage oc
cupied 20 days.
C. II. Ripley, formerly of Honolulu
is architect of u concielo nnd mtel
church to be erected for the Methudlslk
In Manila. It Is to sent 1400 people, uliu
will be the largest Protestant church in
Captain William Uiwls Rose, wliu
wuh lost with the barkentlne Skugit oil
tlie west coast of Vancouver Ishtud on
October 23, wuh well known Iu Hono
lulu. He was at one time master ol
the barkentlne Kllkltat.
The Seaside has plenty of surt
boards, surf cuuoes, Canadian canoes
etc., which aie at tho disposal of Its
guests. Remember that the best bath
Ing and the best surf for board riding Is
directly In front of tho Seaside.
Tim Daughters of tho American Rev
olution will meet with Mrs. W. YV. Hull
1708 Ntiuanu nveuue, on TburKdu)
Nov. 22nd, at 3 o'clock. Any vlsltinrj
members und tlio-io eligible to member
ship, ure cordially Invited to be pres
ent. The Kllohana Art league held Us'
annual meeting and election of olllccrsTne commissioner of Corporatlons'has
yebterduy afternoon at the league
rooms in the Young Hotel. Tim now
otllcers ure: President, D. Howard
Hitchcock; lco piiuldent, Mrs. W. M
Urabam; secretury-lreasuicr, Mrs. Mar
shall; directors, Mrs. von Holt and
About two hundred jicrsuus gatheied
In the Y M. C. A. hall last night, uni
listened to a lecture on the San Fiau
ilsco flic and earthquake. 1'ooln
was the speaker and Htereoptlcou viewc
of what ho described were shown. Mr
I'oolu passed thiough tho earthquake
und lire, and bis lecture guvu u vlvlc,
Impression to tho uudlcme. The stern
opt Icon views, on acioiint of their clear
ness, were much appreciated.
There was a largo gathering lit the
irsldencu of Judge II. E Cooper, Ma una
Valley, last evening, for tlie purjiuse ol
consummating tho consolidation of the
Munoa ImpioveinHiilClub with the Col
lent Hills Impioveiuuiil Club. The new
take the name of the Maiio.i!vor and ' ,weet mokt- Wny "ol
Improvement Club and (lie milium
elected me, us folliiWH. Judge II I; ,
Cooper, pliishleiili (J It, lloinitiiwiiy
Vice iicnldi'llt; Malioliu Mui'liilyin
1 1 iKiMiitt r; John i:illni(cr, reiieliiiy;
I 'I ed, l Wuldnill, lleleuulM In Ciiiliul
Comnilllt'Uj A. II. TailHnu, iillcinule
Hera are two eyeglasses, one fitting
the note correctly, the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
eyeglass that will fit all notes, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular note and how to
adjust it lo part of our cklll.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET,
Over May & Co.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ.. 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
Berlin. Nov, 19. The King am.'
Queen of Denmark have arrived here
on n visit.
Antwerp. Nov. 19. King lA-opold lias
granted two million live hundred thou
sand acres lu the Congo district to an
American Company for rubber explul
New Yoilt. Nov. 19. Tho strlliu
among the chauffeurs has ended.
EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW IN
Kl Paso. Texas. Nov. 19. Eight
Indus of Mimv liavo fallen here, occa
sioning much sutlerlng. Thero have
been heavy Iosm-i on the range union,?
tlie cattle mid sheep.
SHAKE-UP IN AUSTRALIA
1'eitli. Austialla, Not ember 19. Sen-re
earlliiiuiuie shocks were exper
ienced bore yesterduy.
8PANISH POLITICIANS FIGHT
Barcelona, Nov. 19. A fight between
Clcrlcnis and Republicans here yester
day was charged by the police. Many
lersoiu were wounded and there buvo
been many arrests.
THREW CHILD OVERBOARD
New York, Nov. 19. A crazed gov
erness on board the steamer Amster
dam yesterday threw overboard the
child she wus In charge of, the Infant
perishing liefoie a rescue could be
ANARCHISTS AFTER THE POPE
Rome. Nov 19. The Pope has ie
lelved letters from unuichlsts threat
ening his assassination.
INVESTIGATE FIRE IN8URANCE
WASHiMr.Tnw n r Mou m
been Instructed to investigate the fire
Insurance conditions resulting from the
San Francisco disaster.
TO MEET PRE8IDENT R008EVELT
SAN JUAN, Porto Rico, Nov. 20.
Tho Governor and others have gone to
Ponce to welcome President Roote.
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do at wlte amokera are doing
tk for the
The manifold virtues of the Rough
Rider Cigar will convince the mott
(keptlcal smoker after a thorough
trial, that It It matchlct. for Itt Ma-
I "7 l7
Sola Honolulu Agtntt,
CORNEM MOTEL ANO. FOHT 8f8.
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumes printed In large type
en very thin paper are becoming more
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock.
tt when traveling; they are handy and
convenient to read In a hammock; they
take up very little room.
Bound In Turkey Morocco with flex
ible covers. We have the following
authors now In stock.
Dickens, Jane Austen, Burns,
Klngsley, Tennyson, Thackeray,
The Brontes, Carlylo, Lever,
Shakespeare, Scott, Bunyan
Cervantes. Lytton, Elliot.
Price $2 per volume. Handsomely
Illustrated. Cath or Installments.
Win. C. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Blr.nk books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tue uulleun mr
Brown Makes Statement
In Regard To The
A. P. Taylor, arcurdlug (o tho Btato.
tnunt inado this morning by Sheriff
Brown, has no commission to entitle
Mm to wear the badge of a special
policeman. Ho has a badga and tech
ideally. he has no right to wear It. But
It up pears, according to Mr. Brown,
that Mr. Taylor docs wear the badge
with the knowledge and practlcully the
lonseut of the police department,
When Mr. Browu was High Sheriff
hu Issued a commission as special po
llceman to ono may on each of the
three daily papers. When he became
County Sheriff, eighteen months ago,
Brown called In all tho badges and
commissions, for tlie purposo of Issii'
Ing new ones where It was advisable.
Mr. Brown HtateH that Taylor turned
In his badge with the others, and, like
the rest, either received It back or got
another. It was understood that a
commission would be Issued to entitle
Mr. Taylor to wear the badge. But
the commission was never Issued, pro.
bably through an oversight, Mr. Brown
bad evidently forgotten this matter
yesterday, though he was correct In
stating that Mr. Taylor has no com
mission as a special policeman. Toy
lor evidently regards the possession
of the badge as sufficient,
The cases against Mr. Taylor weio
called up In Police Court this morn
lug, and the defendant entered a plea
of not guilty and announced himself
as ready for trial. He appeared with'
out counsel. Judgo Clear nnd E. W,
Sutton were preseut to assist In the
prosecution, but the cases were post
l.oned until 2 o'clock this afternoon on
nccount of tho crowded condition of
the morning calendar.
won m m
Dili LAST WEEK
The schooner Olga, which went
nslioic leceutly at Kuholawa, Maul,
vas set file to and binned last week,
Attempts went being madu at the
time to pull tho schooner off. On
board of her was quantity of wreck
Ing tackle belonging to the Miller
Sulvagu Company. This was also dc
U loved by Ibu lire. Theru Is no clue-
yet as lu who set file to tho vessel.
Two sallois wliu Jumped overboard
from an outgoing slil.n yesterday were
saved from diownlng by the several
vout'.g ladles belonging to tlie Kunr.ln
Rowing Club, The dub wus out fur
ii row when Miss lUta lllalr saw the
men miiil'kIIuk In tlie witter, evidently
almost exhausted, The, girls wciu Juki
III tllliu to pill llieiu Into the bo.it lie
line their Hlieiiutli gave out.
(leiiign A Davis, iiiilug us iiltiuiicv
(iir Cliuili'S Clilllliigftiiitli, bus tiled il
iiiminuiili'Mllim wlih Ailniiicy (leneiul
I'di'is it'giiiilliiK Hut I'llullilllly nf lilt
clleiii fiii' iliu Hi'iuilH. lie iiUii liU'.l
iiiiiu iiu imiu ri'lsuilnii,
(Continued from Page 1.)
P. Baldwin, F. M. Swanzy, W. 0. Irwin,
Wm. Pfotennauer, S. M. Damon, W. O,
Smith, E. Faxon Bishop and E, U.
Olffard read the report of the Com'
mlttee on Experiment Station.
The report says In part:
'As will be seen by the report of
the director, the general analytical
work perfomred by the laboratory dur
ing the past year represents the max
imum work done since the Experiment
Station was established. The Increas
In the number of materials analyzed
was 30 per cent, over that for tho pre
ceding year. On the other hand, the
enables of fertilizers show a material
falling off In numbers during 190C, a
I eduction amounting to 30 per cent.
The average rebate per fertilizer
chows nn Increase of about 1C per
rent, over 190S, and represents tliu
largest average rebate for a period of
If tho 31G lots of fertilizers unaiyzed
In 190C had shown the average defi
ciency of 1900, the total amount of re
Late for the year would have been
SS0.400 instead of M.5C0. This Im
provement in tho conformance be
tween guarantees and Station finding!
Is very giatlfylng.
The Director reports that the num
ber of plantations mills In the ex
change was 27 for 1900 or a gain of
seven aver that of 190S.
Tho propagation of seedlings from
seed gathered at the Station of the
tasscllng season of 1905 was very suc
cessful. The limited area of land
available nt the Station for this Ex
periment work has been a great draw
back iu very many respects. The pur
pose of the "variety" sub-stations In
the several districts now under the
course of organization Is here Indicat
ed, as by their means the final selection
of the seedling cane for either high or
low elevations or wet or dry districts
can bo made.
According to the plan as outlined by
the director of this division, ten new
substatloqs will be started each year
and a circular Issued annually on or
about October 1 outlining the nature
of such experiments as arc deemed ad
visable for tho coming season.
Tho bulletins Issued by this division
during the year have been as follows:
The Influence of Stripping on tho
Yields of Cano and sugar; Compara
tive Tests with Varieties of Cane; Ha
waiian Waste Molasses; and Lyslme
Division of Entomology
Since the last annual report this di
vision has continued to conflno its
work to the Introduction and breeding
of beneficial Insects and to distribut
ing these on such plantations as ure
members of the Association. Tho re
sult, of tho work In connection with
the cane leaf-hopper must be very grat
Hying to all plantations, and your com
mittee hopes that only sporadic at
tacks of this pest need bo looked for
In tho future,
Tho aphis ami cane borer have had
the continued attention of tho ento
mologists and ns far as the first of
these pcstB Is concerned largo numbers
of "ladybirds," which prey on them,
have been distributed to tho planta
tions. The Director's report will Inform
)ou of tho effort made by Mr. Molr
during his recent visit to FIJI to secure
not only new parasites for the leaf
hopper but also an enemy for our cane
borer. Ho was unfortunately unable
to find In FIJI anything that would
prove destructive to tho borer. Tbo
director has now sent him to China,
Java and the Malay Archipelago,
where It Is hoped that ho may meet
with some success.
Importation of Cane
Your committee wishes to emphasize
the Importance of Individuals ceasing
to Import sugar cane unless under tho
supervision and control of the Experi
ment Station. It must not be forgot
ten that there aro other Insect enemies
to tbo sugar cano equally as dangerous
as those wo already havo, If not more
so. Only the most rigid Inspection by
competent entomologists can prevent
enemies to our agricultural Industries
from being Introduced Into the Turrl
ory. Fortunately the Oovernment has
In Inspector Craw the right man In
the right place.
Division of Physiology
During the past year there have
been no changes In tho organization
of the division and no new buildings
havo been added, though the equip-
ment of tho buildings already secured
has been materially Increased lu effl
clency. The equipment Is now iu
good running order and Is proving suf
ficient for the work presented.
The Secretary also read the follow
ing statement of the sugar crop from
Oct. 1, 1903, tu Sept. 30, 1900, clussl
lied by Islands, us follows;
Hawaii Mill Co 1,825
Walakeu Mill C 10,760
llllo Sugur Co 11,751
Ouuniea Sugar Co 13,930
I'epeekeo Sugar Co 0,477
llouomu Sugar Co 5,8
llukalau Plantation Ci 12.869
l.aupahuehuu Sugur Co 7,804
Oukula Sugur I'lln. Co 3,223
Kukulaii Mill Cu 1,435
Kukaluii I'lln. Co , 2,161
lliinmKim Mill Co U,358
I'ttuiilmii Hugur I'lln, Co 8,795
IlimoUii Himur Cu 7,9)0
I'hcIIIii Hugiir Mill 4,331
Nliilll Mill und IMuiitutliiu .... 2,'.'i'i)
llulitwu I'lniilutliiii 1,030
Unburn Hiihui-Cu 3,3110
Union Mill Co 2,670
Hawl Mill 4,389
Hutchinson S. Pltn. Co 6,940
Hawaiian Agricultural Co 826
Fuakea. Plantation 398
Olaa Sugar Co 9,405
Puna Sugar Co 867
Puako Plantation 223
Klpahulu Sugar Co 1,404
Kacleku Plantation Co., Ltd... 850
Maul Agrl. Co 19,861
ilawn. Com. & S. Co -43,662
Walluku Sugar Co 7,828
Olowalu Co 1,635
Pioneer Mill Co, Ltd 22,509
Klhel Plantation Co., Ltd 6,101
Wnlmanalo Sugar Co 4,118
l.ale Plantation : 1.112
Kahuku Plantation Co 6.689
Walalua Agricultural Co 20,788
Walanau Co 5,490
Ewa Plantation Co 29,302
Apokaa Sugar Co 865
Oahu Sugar Co 26,710
Honolulu Pltn. Co 18,646
Kllauea S. Pltn. Co 2.70O
Makee Sugar C,o 7,980
Lllnio Pltn. Co 16.005
Drove Farm Plantation 1,933
Koloa Sugar Co 6,570
McBrydu Sugar Co 11,024
Hawaiian Sugar Co 18,616
Gay & Robinson 2,099
Waimea Sugar Mill Co ,.. 1,550
Kckaba Sugar Co 6,626
Estate V, Knudsen 644
Before the meeting closed the fol
lowing officers were elected tor the en
President, E. F. Bishop.
Vice President, F. A. Schaefer.
Secretary and Treasurer, W. O.
Auditor, U. II. Robertson.
Louis Horner has a bad memory ac
cording to a signed statement which
he has posted on the bulletin board at
Judge De Bolt's courtroom. At the
first glance one might think that he
failed to order the meat fo." supper or
that he came to court In a dress suit,
forgetting that It was morning and not
evening, but this Is not the case.
In fact. It is stated on the beat of au
thority that Louis' memory In regard
to domestic life Is of the very best but
when It comes to court work then he
falls down. The notice or order re
ferred to reads:
Counsel procuring orders from the
First Judge to the stenographer rela
tive to the preparation of transcripts
on appeal will kindly serve the stenog
rapher with a copy of such order. His
memory Is very bad on dates If metely
not filed orally .and he has not time to
search through the files of every case
tried to ascertain If nn order has been
Died, If be has not been not filed at all.
J. U HORNER.
Nov. 19, 1900.
BMIi FOU !ET.
J. Ramon and W.. Pachcco, the two
Porto Rlcans who havo been on trial
In Judgo Lindsay's court for the last
tw odaya, charged with burglary In
tho second degree, were found guilty
this noon by the Jury after their case
had been considered for onl a few
Tbo two Porto Rlcans robbed the
house of a Japanese at Ewa In the
open daylight, one staying outside to
watch while tho other ransacked the
building. They were caught practi
cally red-handed and the Jury lost no
time In bringing In their verdict.
This afternoon the case of the Terri
tory vs. Yong Kal will be commenced.
Tho defendant Is charged with filling
the back of a young native named Da
vid Mooklnl with bird shot. Tho al
leged crime was committed on July 11
near Iwllel when tho Chinaman caught
the Hawaiian Ashing In a pond which
he claims to own.
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