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Oceanic Slated. ,
Honolulu Commandery Order
ol the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodge -First Degree
Moha Temple election 7i3C.
All visiting members of ttis
order arc cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
MRMONY LODQE, No. I, I. 0. O. F.
Mtotieierr Monday evening at 7:
(a I O. O IT Han, Fort street.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
0. 0. IIOTTKL, N. 0.
All visiting brothers ery cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
J:30 o'clock in K. of r. Hall, KJiif
itrert. Visltln; brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
0. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
K. WALDHON, K.H.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meets every Friday evenlra; at
K. r. Hnll, King street, nt 7:30. Mem
ben of Mystic Lodgo, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No; 8, and visiting
brother cordially Invited.
A. D. DOND. C. 0.
A. 8. KENWAY, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODQE 61, . P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, D. P. 0. H.,
Ill meet In their hall, .in Mitlor
and Derctanla streets; every Friday
Dy order of the E. II.
ii. n. MunnAT, e.r.
iVm. M'KINLCY LODGE No. (, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
F:tO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Kln
(tract Visiting brothers cordially In
-It) to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, 0.0.
E. A. JACODSON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O, X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNE8
MAY evening! of each month at 7:3P
fclock In K. of P. Hall, King stre-L
Visiting Eaglci are Invited tr ai
DAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
u. t. Moore, w. scj
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ns. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets evry second ahd fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. 0. 0. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. Y. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of ouch month lit San An.onlo
Hall. Visiting brothem cordially In
vited to attend.
T. P. McTIOIIE, Prcs.
E, V. TODD, Secy.
When your delivery
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 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZCIGLCn Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Mortem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icriptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid .to JOB WORK, and repair
txecuted at shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing,
lloutepalntinq, Paperhanglng, Grain
ing, Kaltomlnlng, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN .161
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TUIUTY CO,, LTD.
Real estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Olllcel Melutyrs Bldg-, Honolulu, T.H.
P. 0, BOX ?, PHONE MAIN HI
913 FORT ST.
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FHRE TRErAREP FAINT
Pure Prepared Paint Is ready for Im
mediate use. Scientifically mixed
and ground by modern ma
chinery. Sold by
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STRCET.
We're always icnilv In examine
imr teeth I'KICt' :nnl qtiuic
our iincc for placing ihcni in
KdoiI coi'.ilitiou. Even thcnxniiiirc
umlcr tiifohl cnlion to ciujiloy 115,
llutuhfii oii sec our work ntnl
how p.imlc-.'.lyHc oiicr.ilo, ou will
pl.icc jour teeth in our care,
I I ILRdllSON.tl. I) s
"Tllli I'.XI'KRT OliNTIST"
21; Hotel St.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For cale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
Is Delicious for Cold Lunches.
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE MIL
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
ILL. MAIN -13.
For Japanese cooka, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU UTRrriT NRAII PAUAIII,
UJT"'l'or nml" cards on "Is l
the Bulletin oiri".
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H.. WEDNESDAY.
LOCAL AND iENEIAL
M.viv Bulletin want ads. that are
..t..l-- ...I . ..., .III.L.. lU.t'
pnnicu iouiy represent siiibiiv tii,t
arc Intended to save nine.
AutiM for hire nt Tcr. Stables.
Why not nsU for R0y.1I Ilulter nt t'
J. Day & Pa's?
DellclnitR lint miner pies for 'flunks
KlvitiR. New EiiRlnml llakrry.
RIiir up Mrs. Kcnrna. Illtio till, for
delicious home-made miner- meat.
Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
tilar. (1, Jt.GO and $2 per week. 1213 1
l'ort street. j
The Tcrrlorlnl MessciiRPr 8crvlic(
lakes orders for reserved tickets for.
Hip Toy Shop. 'Phono Mnln 301.
Wlillncy &. Murxli niiiioiitice Hint I
thelt openliiR dlspl-iy nf holldny rooiU,
will tnkc plnu' 011 Snturdny next
.toe t'ohrn Is nrrniiKlng n conceit by
the llnwnllnti Imnd In the Orplieum
next fntunlny iiIrIiI for the lieneflt "f
the Imnd Ixvys.
Wnlklkl Inn is now owned by W. 0.
Dentin. Accommodations, supplies I
and attendance absolutely first class. I
llnrst bathlue on the beach.
Now Is Hie time to chooso Christmas
Rlfls. llnwnllnti N'ewH Co, have n
siilcndld nrrny of useful tlilniss fori
In order to reach eastern points in
time for Christmas, plncnpjilc ship
ments should Ip.ip by the Alameda.
Ho En Seonp, who for cloien )rnrs
was nn assistant In Dr. Whitney's or
llrp. left In the Korea psterday fur
"Arabic" Keeps Iron roofs free from
rust nml purflllps rain walci. (live It
u trial nml ho coin lined, California
t'eed Co., accnts.
1 The Library will rlosp for lhi rlrcn
jl'illon of himks on Thaukseixlnf; D.iy
The rcndltiK room will open ns iimi.iI
I from ! n. m. to !:30 ji. in.
II Ciilmati, the Jeweler nml curio
itenlcr, lofit Tort street, has nn pxlrn
I slio nml nrw assortment of Jewelry nml
curios for the Christmas trnde.
Purser I'rlel. of tho plpnmer Milium
l.oa. P'porls tho follow Air nvnllnlile
rugnr 011 Hawaii: Hoiiuiipo. 200 Iiiiks;
Uukiillinclc, 2300, a ml Punnlmi, .10.
Tho Rrrnt nuderprlced sale of blank
eta, romforlciR ami lied spreads now
on nt .Sachs' will end Haliinlay iiIkIiI.
Don't miss Hilo IiIr ninncy-fcatliiK up
lortuulty. lirKe slock of rcli cakes iiih.
can. lies for ThnuksgltliiR. New Iiir
The reRiilar ipiartorly iiippIIur of the
U.-ir Asfcociatlon of Hip Hawaiian 1s
I'Jiuls will hp held this nltcrnooii, nt I
(.'clock, In Hip new Republican head
quarters, b2 Merchant street.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. McNeill of Iowa
who nrrhrd Jn Hip KorP.i, nro riipkIs
of Dr. mid Mrs. 1 tollman, Mr. NpIII 1
a wenllhy mlnu owner, who brliiRS 11
Hup llulck runalHiut with him,
The Hrasldo has plenty ot curl
boards, surf canoes, Canadian ranoes
etc., which are nt Iho disposal of lis
riipMk. Itcmemlirr that thp.lipst hath
Iiir nml tho best surf for board riding Is
directly In front of tho Seaside.
The Jnpancbc S, 8. Phibali .Mam.
C.iplnln Eckstraiid, depnrtvd lai-t nlRHI
for I'nrtliind, where she will load n
carso of wheal for tho Orient. After
retiirnliiR to Japan It Is probable that
slip will come back to Honolulu with
another load of Japanese ImmlRraiils
TIip ThunkHRlvtnK dinner nt Hip
j lloynl Hawaiian Hotel will bo no muull
I affair Oysters, froRs Icrs, pheasnnls,
turkeys, AustniTlnii lamb und Rrecu
pp.is, sucklltiR plR, artichokes nml cel
ery, In addition to Iho rcRtilar list. Tel
ejihotio for lescrvotlons.
At 81. Andrpw's Cathedral tho ter-
lces on TliunksRlvitiR day will ho us
follows Holy Communion 7 11. in., tliii
ti'Rtilnr ThnnksRlvliiR scrlco lit !i:5h
a. m nt which lllshop Rcstnrlclc will
make an uddipss, Tho olferliiR will he
for the relief fund of tho parish.
j The tue Elvu, uflcr IicIiir rclltlPit ami
ovcrhniili'd, has Rone Into eommlBsion
nRiiln nml is now ctiRnRPil in the tow
iii; business in competition with Hie
Intrepid. Captain clarland, formerly of
Iho MornltiR Star, Is In comma nil ol
the Elcu TJw thief ciiRlneer Is Ho)er.
Tho Prudential stood Qrst iiiiioiir Iho
companies; opcratliiR oxcluslvply In Hip
United Ktates In tlm amount of lusiir
unco Rallied In Its "Ordlnury" depart
ment alone. This Is 11 practical cxpies
slott of the insurliiR jhiIiIU-'h approval
of Prudential miimiRPineiit and of Us
lonfldencn In tho Company. Hawaiian
Trutt Co., Ltd.
Tho tiunst-Eiiklii ClRiir Co. Is iiji In
arms oer the Hiilntlliitlon of Inferior
clRiirs for tho fiimuus Owl brand by
beurul iinHcrupuloiis dealers In town
Hmokcrs nro cautioned to sen that the
letters 0 W I, nrc perforaled In the
wrapper of curb tlRiir. Thn siiholltu
tlon tonslbts of putlliiE 11 cheaper cluar
in Owl boxes and rolllnc them for Owls
A Riimo of Imscbnll will tal.n plnio
tomorrow at ! a, in, nt thn Hiischull
I'nrl; lietwecn the Cnpllol ami Iho Ju
diciary lealiiH. Tho lino-lip will ho us
Capllolo Henry C. Ilnpal rf. Krcil.
CoikPlI, if; HenJ, K. Kit no, lb, Wll
Ham Vamiat i(t, 2b; Henry O'Hulllvan,
lib, H. I', Chlllliir.woitli ,lr, p, Chmlei.
(Hnnl. v, M II. Webb, If; H II
Troiidmi). bh. HiiIiii: t). II. HU110, I).
M. Woodwind, M, Cook
Jinllclailes II. Williams, nn; I),
filmrwood, If; Win. Clilllliwwoilli, p;
J Miirculllmi, 3b; ,1 A. TliniiiiH(iii, 2b,
W. II. Ilabblll, rf, (iMi. 0 ICopn, 0, V
reiinmle. Hi; 0. II. Merrlum, rf
HHlm. Win, Kmilllio, I!, K, millmriii,
W, II, ?imwu,
Hers are two cycolasscs, one fitting
the nose correctly. the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
eyeglass that will fit aN noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular note and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILOINO, FORT STREET,
Over May & Co.
n niii, . Dr;-IVxTG'l'7IKHH24jyivRUai
LtWWC -"- i2. ?k-f -;-VBrSMHni
hKkI iCy5Pfla!fpaTTi5't Tr wrUl
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 178-180 KING 8TREF.T. PHONE 287.
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Consists of a NEW LINE OF GOOD JEWELRY and an
Extensive Assortment of HAWAIIAN CURI08. Every,
thing is NEW and UP-TO-DATE. Call and let me show
you these goods. ,
JEWELER AND CURIO DEALER.
Tlu" park nhoiil the fish market 011
Alukra hired, ncior.lliiR to it commit-
I iilcntlun seiil by P. J, Lowrvy lo I'. II.
j .MrSloc-Ki-r ami by him reffrrod to Iho
I Hoard of 8uperlsnrH nml to tho (lov
ci nor, Is fast roIiir to ruin. Tho I ices
land ri.iss, planted nt considerable ex
poiuc, are dead nml tho RradliiR Is ro-
iIIIK 11, licnil ill null, iij, mmirj iiiiuiin
Itlint II would hci folly lo open up new
pliiic'd If II ineaim the nlinmlniiiucii!
of this one.
Mr. MfSlockcr Piidorsed tho idler
of Mr Lowrey, cxpresbiiiR Iho hopo
thai thn matlvr would ho attended to
Tin Hoard of Bupprvlnors. howper,
dlscUlms ntiy rcspoiiHlbillly In I bo
matter, stiillnR 'that Iho "pink" in
(liit'stlnn comes under Iho i-barRp of
Hip HilpPilntemlPlit of Puhllp WnrkH
and that tho Hoard has nptbliiR lo ilo
"If Iho Superintendent of Public
Works," t-uld onn of Iho Supervisors,
"wnntH lo let tho plnco ro to rock and
ruin, It Isn't liny of our business."
MUNICIPAL OWNER8HIP OUT
Tiikln, Nov. 27. Tho municipal 1 all
way piojcrl In this clly has been de
feated. FLOATING MINE TRAGEDY
Kobe. November 27. A lloallUR mine
drifted nshoro uj Aklla, exploded, klllc.il
ten people and iiijuicd lllty.
Do You Know
That the Best Five cent Cigar, the one
with the real tobacco taste
it u .1
icnuikably bwrct Mtiol.c;
is nude fiom rcijular lengths of nvoil
tobacco and the wrapper is genuine
Imported leaf, Why Not Try It?
Sole Honolulu Aginli.
COIUiCM HOTKL AND COrT 0r8,
NOV. 2?. m.
Nelson's Thin Paper
Small volumes printed In large type
on very thin paper are becoming more
popular every day.
You can slip a volume In your pock
et 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, Juno Austen, Hurns,
KliiRsley, Trnnyson, Tlmckrrii'y
Tho llronles, Carlylo, Lever,
8hal(psppnip, Hcott, Ilmtynn.
Ccnniilcs. Lytlon, Elliot.
Price $2 per volume, tandSQmely
Illustrated. Cash or Installments.
Wm, G. Lyon Co
COR. TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Ulank books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the BulleUa Pub
1064 FORT near HOTEL ST.
mm and iiu
on to, mr
I1Y THE I'OKT LAUREATE.
There was n youiiR miss who snld,
Plcnso tnlio 1110 In seo tho Toy 8bop,
Thoro nro fairies, 1 hear,
And n raR doll so queer
I feel that I must ro and Rnp."
Tin: Komi iiohrh.
Ono O'clock Knlpo Henim
Two O'clock I. Milan Miindou
Thn'o O'clock Ella WlRht
Tour O'clock Mlkuhnln Awnna
Itliihl iho I'nlrles: "If 'twrro nol for mo
I'l'lipso toyB never wnkcmM would bu;
Hill wn'lt ntlr up n qiinko
That will rIvo HiPin n shako
And nioiiso lliein to action, you'll seo."
'I Ii 1 111 roscti Is certainly Rr-rnte,
Tlielr ilancln' Is surely complalo;
It's a shmoll hit iv monoy
T' seo somcUiln' funny
(let IIcIipIb hefoio It's too late.
SayB Paddy OTIynn lo Ollrlen:
"Phwat's Hi' iiso o' you bltllii' here
To Iho Toy Shop Ict'u ro
'Twill be n folno Bhow
And our biigoea thu fun will ho dryin'."
bald tho dudo lo his friend: "Mr. Noali
Is such 11 wldleiiloiis blow nh,
Ono mlRlit fiiwncy, y'know
Ho was ipillo tho vrliolo show
jllo's nn nnleileliivlaii bonh,"
Dr. I'elcr Plllsly piled up purple pills
for pimply people.
Purple pills for pimply people Dr. l'e
ler Plllsly plied,
ill Pdcr Plllsly piled up purple, pllla
loi pimply peoplo
Where aie Hid purplo pllhi for pimptea
I'eler plllsly piled?
ANN. -AI Iho Toy Hhop, of course
PUAHTRRft FOnM MERGER
Nnw mirvtna Nov UTA fPS.ftn0 0i
iiii'tucr nf l.onlfclaiii) miliar inniiiioii
mid Hie oitsllon nf n I'l'llneiy lias liieti
W4w. ft illTilSlliFiiii rVKWSSS f53v
"SiiVCJ-" as" "II. I ii 1 'Win. l,
OF GUY IN DANGER
Fire May At Any Time
Tho business section of Honolulu U
In d.uiRPr of being wiped oul by lite
nlinotl tiny time. A tiro In any of tho
hillldliiRS along l'ort sticct might eas
ily Ret beyond control and develop lulu
a conflagration that would destroy nil
tho central pail of tho city.
Such were the stntcments made be
fore the Hoard of Supervisors Inst nigtit
when tho Hoard hail under considera
tion the matter of reducing expenses
nnd tho runnlnR expenses of the flra
department were being discussed.
"There nro not over half a .ttoncn
first class hulldliiRs in town," snld l'lio
Chief Thornton. MiKt of tho buildings
that pars fur brick nnd stone nro only
shells, wooden frameworks cnccred
over wlHi n coating of brick or Btono
Tho ipason wp havo bad so few fires
Is because wo have such n good tire
department. Hut tho rlly Is spreading
out nnd we are not spreading with It.
It Is three times ns hard to protect tho
rlly now ns it was ten years ago.
"Take thine big woodrn htiltdlng3
down In Chinatown. If cer n fire rcIs
nwny from us there, it Is RolnR to be n
big one. The most dniiRrr, however,
Is right here in the center of the city,
where nil tho business Is done and
where the bulldlnRs nro right up
BRnlnst each other. A tiro out In the
residence sections could ho controlled
easily enough, nnd the rhnnces are
that it would burn only tho house. In
which It started. Hut n big fire down
here would bo n more dimciilt thing to
'I hero ure Mime section of the clly
that hno no lire protection whatever.
In reply to n question of Chairman
Kmlth. Thurston stated that Wuikll.l
and Kulmukl nro entirely without lira
protection. A Ore stnrtrd nut there,
bo ha Id, would destiny the building be
fore 'ie lire department ruiild gel out
"What would you do If there wcrej
110 money in the county?" demanded
Stipcrilsor Archer, determined to re
duco expenses In some wny.
"Do without," replied Thurston.
"Thero Is no question." said Chair
man Smith, "thai If there were no
money In the county, the business men
would combine to keep up the depart
mc ns it Is now.
Tho possibility of a reduction of the
running expenses of the fire depait
"jenl, and consequently of tho efficiency
of Iho department, brought a commit,
leo from the Hoirtl of Underwriters up
before the Supervisors to object to any
LIIL'll IICUOII. I
A. II. (lurrcy slated that the Under-
writers wished lo object strongly to
any uctlon townrd reducing salaries In
Iho Mro department. Such action, he
said, would lend to weaken tho ilepait
ment and Impair Us efficiency. It would
menu Hint tho department would have
to get poorer men'. It would bo a step
"We need 11 good flro department,
ho said. "Tho fact that wo havo fow
fires Is because. wo lime a good flro de
partment. If n lonDngrnllon should
ever break out In theso bulldlnRs along
Fort street, wo would bo mighty Rind
to have n good department.
"If the efficiency of our flro depart
ment wero Impaired, would you raise
Insurance rales 011 us?" asked Super
"I should not care lo Bay as lo that,
replied Mr. (lurrcy. "ns I am only the
fcecrclnry. But you can sec that an In
cie.iso In the risk would lend to raise
Insurance rales. You have a rixhI dc-
partment hero, ns good as any on the
Coast outside of San Francsco, nnd I
Bhould bo torry to sco It weakened.
Mr. Ilerg Indorsed what Mr. (lurrcy
had said. Ho did not bellovc, ho sulci.
that tho men wero puld nny too much,
Joo Oilman also spoke in opposition
to nny reduction of salaries. It would
mean, ho said, Impairing the efficiency
of tho fire department. Good nblo
bodled men wero needed for tho work
lo bo done, nnd It would bo hard to get
them at lower salaries than those now
paid, Chairman Smith thanked the com
mllleo for It's expression of opinion,
slating thai their objections would re
echo rurcful consideration when the
matter should cpmo up beforo tile
Hoard for licllou.
and comfortably coot, are White Lin
en Duck Suits,
Not only this but the Quality Wo
rurnlsh You is DURABLE and there,
Every talent of our experienced
workmen Is exercised to pe you what
we tjuarantee A PURI'LCt" FIT,
EW. W. Ahana & , Co.,
82 King St,
PHONE DLUC 2MI, P. 0, Box 080,
f Not every
tr o m n n
a mnlrt .
Not many "
vro 11 I il
afford to Iiavo"
Aycr's Hair Vigor 1
and most women would '
be greatly Improved 11
It, too. It means so murcr
to have long-, rich, heavy'1
hair; soft, smooth, glossy hair. And
llils Is just tho kind of hair you may
havex, if you wish It. H'yo wish all
the ileep, rich color ot youth restored
to your hair,
wilt certainly satisfy 7011. '
Do not lie deceived by cheap Imlta-J
tlons which will only disappoint you.)
Make aura you get AYKIl'S Hair
tnunt i Ir. i. C Ajr C. Uwttl, ., II. S. .
Seattle. Wnsh.. Nov. 17. Mrs. Maud
Crcfllcld, held In Iho King county Jail
as an accomplice in the murder of
George Mitchell in tho Union station
July 12tb, died suddenly In her cell,
nt 11: tr. o'clock last night (Friday).
Although it was suspected nt first Hint
Ilia woman committed' suicide, 11
Rcarch of the Jnll by Sheriff Sink,',
and deputies failed to discover nny
evidence Hint she hnd poison In tho
compartment she occupied.
Esther Mitchell, who shot her broth
er, wns In the i-amo bed with Mis.
CrclTlcId when Iho latter was stricken,
en. Esther Mitchell shed no tears
when she realized Hint the woman
who hnd been her accomplice In Iho
murder of her brother was dead. For
half nn hour she clung to the lifeless
form and kissed the cold lips, but was
not consumed with grief nnd answered
in clear voice nil questions asked of
her. Deputy Coroner 8. F. Wlltso be
lieves the womnii died from heart fail
ure. Maud Hurt CretTleld wns tho wife of
"Joshua" Crcllleld, who wns shot by
(ieorRO Mitchell, who believed that
Crcfllcld had malirealed his sister Es
ther. Esther later shot her brother
GeorRe. She nnd Mrs. Crcllleld wero
orrestcd for tho crime, both women
confessing that they hnd done II to
nvenge Hie death of "Joshua."
Judge, Whitney objects to an attempt
bcluR niado to chanRO tho officers of
his court without himself being con
Milted In the matter, Mr. Douthttt, ho
says. Is trying to displace tho present
Interpreter, Chnng Chan, by Jos, Goo
Kim, nnd has said nothing to tho
Judgu about II, Wherefore, tho JiiiIrci
objects. Tho following lctlcr from
Judge Whitney wns received last night
by the Hoard of Supervisors, and re
(erred lo the Police Committee:
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1DUC.
Hon Ceo. W. Smith, Honolulu, Oabu. .
Dear Sir; -I understand that (hero
Is on foot nn undertaking In remove
my present Interpreter and substitute
Mr. Jos, Coo Kim. I have not at nny
limn been consulted In (ho least In
thu matter, although certainly 99 per
cent, of tho Hniu of tho Interpreter Is
used In this court. Tho first thing I
knew of tho ehnnga was when showed
by Mr. Chnng Chan the letter written
by Mr. Doulhltt Informing Mr. Chang
Chan of his removal from office. There
lns never been any complaint made
by myself to anyone of the interpreta
tions of my present interpreter, and I
havo none lo make. 1 am convinced
that his removal Is dun entirely In pot
llics, as Mr Dnuthltt. tho complaining
party, is practically through with his
nervlccn. It seems to nie that a great
Injustice Is being done a faithful ser
vant by tho action. Mr. Ooo Klni, who
la (ho proposed successor of Chang
Chan, is now and has bnen for somo
'Inio the clerk of Mr. Cathcart, and
ono would certainly bo led lo bcllcvu
that this Is leusmi for tho change.
Very truly jours,
WM. L. WHITNEY,
A fumoiis iiiuriler In high llto in
curred on tlm nRht of August 17-iS,
IS 17. when Ihn Duchcsui do Prasllu,
daughter of Napoleon's Marshal ScIme
Hani (wlio.,e report Irnni Constanti
nople was n (actor In tln renewal ol
war In I8(U), was killed In her bed ill
Paris, On tho following day cvldenco
accumulate,! ugnlnst her husband, Urn
Due, and lie was Imprisoned wllli 11
luw 10 a trial beforo bin peers, Ilo
snUcd 1)19 dllTlCult)- by jiolsnntiiR lilni
M'lr In irimi within n week of ilm
minder, mid llmui v,iu nur nny icul
doubt u( III H"ll,
ini w: n
yo" Til HMB