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r.VRNlN'CJ tim.l.ETW. HONOMJMTr.T 1J , SATURDAY. JA.jll, IDWi. t- t
Wild West Show
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n.t oi money, (
another day in
137 KING STREET.
0. S. IEITHEAD, Manager. '
Tlio Wild West Bhovv aggregation
of llben l.ow lij making quite a coin
niollon uji tlio Island of llawnll. Kv
(rjwliora the) go tlio pcoplo turn out
In full furco to sec what n WomlnB
cowboy looks lllio. AngUR Mcl'lieo
aild Johnnie Winters perhaps never
received no much attention heforu us
la given thorn on iho Dig Island.
Kben Low l.uulcil hU rowboja nt
MuhiiUoiui inn) they at onre procctir
cd to Kohnla. Thu ihatacterlsllc
hospitality of tlio famous Kohnla
Club was turned loose, nnil tlio Wy
oming boys received from tlio Ilrst to
tliu thirty-fourth digrco in rapid suc
cession. An a lesult the Jlrnt cvpn-
lug nearly ended In a riot as tho fun ,ow party will bo In llllo to take a
progressed. Kben Low terrified tho feuding part In tho events.
Inhabitant!) by shooting up the ilub-j The show vvjjl bo tho gientcst ever
bouse I witnessed In llllo nnil will bring to-
Muster" Jliovvn, a Honolulu cigar getlier nearly all ot tho plensuro-lov-driiinnKi,
pi e tod no llttlo oxcttemeut Ing peoplo of tho Island.
Iiv aueptlng u (hnlletige lo rlilo on, I'nlmcr Woods entertained, In a
tlio Inck or Angus Mcl'luc. Mcl'lieo most hospitable manner, Rben 1 Low
pi noil himself on all fours mid and his party, consisting of Angus
Hum u look a firm position nstrldo
his lurk Then Mi I'hoo began a very
i-clentlflc bulling exhibition which
would hnve in.iile a uionrho Hit lip
nnil womlei 'Iho (otilorttons of tho
luiikui and the fnitiili ufforla or tho
ilder to mi Intalii his se-it convulsed
i he sppctatoiH with laughter. Jt wiir
tne ot the most amusing shows ever
given to tho good pcoplo of Kohal i
Kben Low Is conducting Mcl'hto
And Wilson Held
(Special to tho 11 ul lot I n)
Walluku, Maul, Jnn.VjO. Tho Hoard
of Supervisor met 'las- Tuesday af
ternoon mid adjourned thtt evening
All present excepting Siiioi visor T.
T. Hovers or MofoLal, who was absent
on account of Illness In his family
Tho Hoard appropriate 1 JlfOOO for
toad work for six jnmlln and $30,000
for salaries and InclJont its.
Tho charge of Itoail rfi.puliitendenc
John II. Wilson again i Hoad Oior
seer K. Sommorfeld of Wn.luhii w.is
lully Investigated by tho II ind. Both
parlies nppcarod and told tlielr ver
sion of tho matter. Mr. Sommcrfcld
and nleo Farrier Dan Carey explained
iho reason why tho shoeing hill for
November was $0-1, whlio thero woro
only 23 mules and horses owned by
Mr. Carey stated and also tho road
ov oi seer that It was necessary to
khnngo the shoos of mules during tho
month uccoidlug to tho naturu of the
work When mules working on tho
macadumlzcd loads wero taken to
mil heavy loads of stones along port
i.blo tracks fiom tho rock crusher
heavier shoes had to bo put on. Tho
other charges wcio aslo thrashed out
in full, and tho Hoard vvcat Into ox
ecutlvo session to discuss the matter
After being In session for Bomo tlmo,
tho Supervisors camo out and an
uounced that tho road overseer was
ixonernted fiom nil chaiges. One.
evident good lesult of tho invcstlga
lion will lie, it Is hoped, that thero
will bo a bellei undoi standing be
ween Mr Wilson and his subordln-i'h-K
as to (heir duties and also better
The Ho ml ulso lofusod to glvo Mr
iison iho power to lomovo uubuiilln
ites when ho finds out thathls ouloia
If you want to enjoy robust
health, take a few doses ot the
Flitters. It will make the stomach
sUsng and the blood pur. Our
past record ot over SO yean proves
Its worth. It oures Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Coitlve
nesi, Female Complaints, Malaria,
Fever and Ague, Try a bottle to-
P CEUSnATEO " 0
IRV, STOMACH t
nnd Winter over tlio lllg Inland The
entire country "111 lie covered h) the
fnrt on horseback uud nil thu slghta
taken In, Mcl'lieo Is astounded at
tlio extent and possibilities .of Ha
waii's cattle ranges anil was total!)
uuprepured for such a sight. So fat
Iho party lias progressed an fur ns
Wiiliiua and lias gouo ocr thu big
Tlio next part of their Itlnornr
will lo u visit to tlio llornor r.im.li
and then they will go to Iluinuiil.i,
Hhlpninn's ranch, Kona and other
parts of thu country.
Meanwhile tlio pcoplo of llllo are
nrrnnglng for n big Wild West Show
to take place tncru Ten. 1 and the
Mcl'hie, Cliaa It. Krnzlcr and John
nlo Winter, nt Kohnla Weancsmy ev
ening. Mr Trailer 'ontrilmtcd sev
eral mandolin selections during tho
evening, accompanied by Wnlter
MiicDutlg.ill mid Btillmnn. (lames
were played and dellclouB rcfresh
lniintH served, altogether combining
to make n very enjoynblo occasion.
I)r A. (!. Wall Is spending a few
das nt Kohnla
nro not being carried out, for the
Hoard bolloves that they nro tho bet
ter Judges of tho nual mentions In
(loo. droves wns appointed roul
overseer of tho two Makawao section.!
at a salary of $100 per month. Mr
David Morton was dropped lis road
overseer ot West Mnkawao. The
Hoard did not think that an Investiga
tion was necessary.
Tho now concrete brldgo nt Kahu
ui, for which bids woro let last
month, Is now under construction. The
hid of the Honolulu Iron Works by Its
representative Fuller of $CG00, for a
new road roller, spreader and hoisting
engines was accepted. Tlio machines
will bo ordered from Springfield and
will bo brought hero by one uf the
American Hnwnllau steamers. Tho
work of macadamizing Main sUc
from Market to tho depot, Vlncard
atrcet and Market streets, Walluku,
will soon be starlcd mid this is reall)
good nous to tho Walluku public, nml
Ithls Is a portion of tho work asked
lor by tho Walluku Improvement A
The band will play at the Poultry
GALILEE AT CHRISTCHURCH.
Washington, Dec. 27. A cablegram
leeched at tho otneo ot tho depart
ment of terrestrial magnetism ot tho
Carnegie inctllutloii announces tho
tafo arrival of tho magnetic Biirvey
yacht Oalllee at Chrlstcliurch, Noy
Zealand, Deccmbor 24, wilh all noli
on board. Tho scientific parly con
tlsts of W. J. I'etcrs, commander; P.
11. Dike, and D. C. Sovseis, magnetic
rurveors, und Dr. Qeorgo I'cteisou,
Thls vessel Is engaged in charting
tho magnetic variations In Iho Pacific
ocean. Sinco August 1, 1005, tho ag'
grcguto length of Its ci nines, extend
Ing from thu Aleutian Islands down to
Now Zealand and from Asia to tho
North American coast, lias ainoiinted
to C5.000 miles
Results already obtained havo en
abled tho United States hvdrographlc
ollico to Issue recently moro correct
(harts of tho lines of ecuul magnetic
variations than bus hitherto been posl
r Mile, It was found that along tho
tiacks pursued li) tho passouger Un
ci s previous charts wtro out from
llireo to flvo points.
It Is expected tho finllleo. after
tnmplellng.hi r work nt Now Zealand,
will leave for Callao, Pciu, about the
middle uf January and will piobably
iirrlvo at this Routh Ameilcan port
bhortly after tlio'depnrtuio of tho Pa
cific Hoot. Prom Callao tho Callleo
will i etui n to San rranclsco and close
hei vvoik about May IE, 1U0S
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CHRIST l,N SCHOOLS.
I-os Angolcs, December 23 Tho
I.os Angoles Ministerial Union today
started a campaign toward having re
strictions on tho uso of tho Illble In
tho public schools ot Collfornla io
moved with tho ultimate object of
having Christ taught therein Tho
first stop will bo a communication to
tho officials of tho various Christian
denominations throughout tho Stato,
with a request that thoy appoint at
tholr enrllest convenlenco threo com
missioners to co-opcrato along tlio
Tho Weekly Edition ot the Evenlno
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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CyCS ffi. iHfiff vC2ownfosE He, Maroon mcT
"YV-CX '') JpAUT- sT rV.-A EeEE!J jsRtBUTY0Ul DIDN'T H5AM
' iL yVY fcLI00 (, VT1YA 'HU CANNOT SICEriW I WAS JUST
7?V &XX6&t8fi W iSIf i irqq this thmIWings i ate i
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CSPnuOHT. IW7. IT THt
And Wharf Tax
That better service on tho docks
of tho Amcrlcaii-IIawallnii Steamship
gpmpnnj In ho matter ot Handling
freight should be given, wns mo con
sensus of opinion among tho mem
bers of tho Merchants' Association
when tho Hoard of Directors met cs
tcrday afternoon. It was shown In
Ecvcral examples of how, when tho
captain wanted to got his ship away
at a certain time, tho ireigiu was
dumped out on tho wharf without
any consideration as to how It was
mixed up. It was also claimed Hint
favoritism had been shown certain
companies. In nllowlng thorn tho uso
of tho wharf as a bqrt of warehouse
where they let their goods stand un
til such time as they wanted to move
Tho matter had boon reported by
letter to tho head of tho romp iny in
tho llnst quite a wliilo ago, and when
no notlco whatever was taken of It,
tho matter nnd stato uf affairs was
takon up with Mr. Morso, tho local
agent for tho company. This was
also without icsult, and tho Mer
chants' Association has decided to
continue Its work to secuio a
A loiter was read Inviting tho
memherB of tho Association to nt-
tend tlio meeting at which (lovernor
Krear wjll BpeaL when ho returns. A
letter and report from the Wharfago
Tan. Committee was read und discuss
ed. Other reports ot expenditures
i' nil work douo wero niado by tho va
Thero wus n general discussion ot
tho Shlppeis' Wharf Tax and a com
munication on tho subject was rend
showing a situation that satisfied tho
directors. It Is probable that the
Mei chants' Association will havo a
member on tho Shlppeis' Whurf Com
mltteo. Tho settlement of whntovcr differ
uiice ma) havo existed In tho Mngoon
lllalsdell tstnto matter Is upltuinlrid
lu tho follow Ing lccclpt tiled In Court
"Honolulu, T. II , Jaiunry 10th, 1008.
"ltecelvcd from J. Alfred Magoon,
trusteo under tho will of John I..
lllalsdell, deceased, all monejs, Eetfur
Itles and properties belonging to tho
estate of J, h. lllalsdell In tho hands
and possession "f sajd .1 Alfred Ma
goon, trustee, including all propoity
ordered by tho Circuit Court of tho
I-'Irst Judicial Circuit to, bo dotlvered
by said trusteo to us, under older dat
ed January 10th, 1008.
"JOHN I.. MjAISDRM',
"MATILDA K RLAISIIBLL,
"jank a nLAism:ix"
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