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EVTMIN'O nUlAIXMM, HONOMJI.Tf. T. II.. WnDNTfimV. MAY "0. 1901
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NEW TYPES of
Predominant Styles seen at
New Waltz Bream Sailo
T&e Charlotte Corday
or .Kormandic Hats
The New Mob Cap
Fhe Merry Widow Sailor
The Fleet Sailor
"For over CO yeara I have always kept
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In Iho hoaso. My
father often told mo that It caved ray Mfo
when I was very young."
of homos Aycr'a
is a household
u s o d
parents, then by tho parents, and
now by tho children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in tho throat
or in tho bronchial tubes,
is tho standard remedy tho world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poison. Accept no substitute.
l'ut up in largo and email bottles,
r-c j:,Cr.) cXTcrA fan.. U.S. A.
Many of the above will be
shown for first time this week
ft S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Lt$.
THE STOKE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
I! Kodak 1!
g Developing and
We have all the tes facili
ties for Kodal; work.
Wc are always clad to give
advice to amateurs, if iti is
desired. " 1
Rush oulers are our spr
Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic
Ask Your Grocer
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SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
Tho Best Cigars and Tobacco.
nnd I.iYRTLE OIQAB, STORE.
Join the Harrison Mutual Association
now. Special Dispensation
May and June.
1 J. H. TOWNSEND. . Secretary
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plena Ho Ki'liil from tin- other
table 7 ."cent nlcltlis mid tiled to (tr
ie i the three men for gambling.
Fun; Hill ioIsto,l I he police ofileor.
mi Mill tunic down a idiot gun fnim
IIk- wall, fir-1 hi ruck nil Fung Sin's
i Hi anil llii'ii mi tliu tide nl IiIh lio.it).
The hummer was broken, I'ong Kin
foil in III" Moor unconscious, Ung
Ming Chi.c't tho linui shuttled Hint
"this won't do" unil tnlil tho planters
to hold tho tluco police olllcers mid
IIr' mitlvu man. llu wanted tn huu
Oscar Cox tho Deputy Sheiltf of
Wnlalua, cnino over to nrrost them.
Klnt mid Hen, Manilla lushed out
through I lie front door hut .loo Mtihno
could not got away. x Ung Ming Chock
thru put mi Ills Khoei), mid told Ah
Tool; to cuiry n"laiitorn and fnljow
lilin tn see Oscar Cox.
When he pasted tho chicken house,
he saw (leo, Manilla running out with
two chickens In his hand, llu ran up
mid grabbed hold of C!eo. Manilla, who
gave him a blow nnd lilackencd his
eye. Uiik Ming Choc): then chased
Geo. Manilla. Munuln dropped the
two chickens about twenty-llvo feet
fiom the chicken houso and lied,
t'ug Mini; Chock picked up tho
phtrkpiitt mill when ho tlirnnil iirmitiil
M I to icturn to the house ho saw tiro lu
J the pile of straw and noticed Klnl
sotting flic. N'oxt to tho pile of straw
there was a iillu of paddy, nboiit GO
bags, which the plauteis reserved
for foodinll of tlilrf was burned up.'
Uiik Ming Chock hi ought luck the
two chickens and showed tliciu to
Malino. Mahoe said. "No use, no
use." Then TJng Ming Chock, All
Fook, nnd Alt l.utig took Fong Sin,
the wouudeil man to Oscar Cox. Cox
Rot up from his bed nnd asked what
was the matter. Then ho fixed his
revolver nnd went over to Sun AVo
Will plantation on homo hack. When
ho leached tho pluiitntlon Cox called
Joo Mahoe to comu out but the plant
crs stopped Mnhoo nnd asked Cox to
got down fioni the horse nnd conic
Cox wrote down nil things that had
been broken mid nuked how much It
would he worth. Tho limit said that
ho did not know as the things weio
Just' sent from the HKent. After Cox
told (Tii' MltiK Check to send KoilK
bin the wounded mini lo thu Jupnii
cae doctor, he looked urouud nnd
picked up a few Chinese cards nnd
said that ho wanted to arrest three
men for giimbllns. Cox nuked flO
npleco for ball. Chaa. Ah Outt ncted
us bondsman mid promised to Bend tho
30 to him thu uoxt morning.
Mondny morning, I'vlnuiry 3nl,
when Chns. Ah (lett paid tho $30 to
Cox for ball, Cox Bnld ho wanted to
iirrekt four men at $7 npleco Instead
of thieo men at $10 nplecu for ball.
The caso was postponed to Saturday
ThtiiBday, Kobruary C, nboiit 11 n.
in., when llio plnnlera wetu planting
rice, Oscar Cox and two pollco olllcers
caino to Sun Wo Will and wanted to
arrest Blx men (l'ong Sin, Ung MIim
Chock, All Kook, Ah I.ung. Ah linn nnd
Ah Chow) for nBsault and battery upon
pollco oinceia. Cox demanded $200
npleco for ball. Kour men were nr-
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Shipping arid Commission Merchant
,F3RE AND MARINE
AGENT FOR "
Arthur Sewali & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen andvMunich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
rested and kept In the coutt house I
Kong Sin, Ihe wouniled man, who wns
In bed, nnd Ah Chew. Vho had gone 10
Mokulcla, were not mrerted. tint the
tlx men weio balled through Thomii
Bon & demons nt Sheriff limlsran of i
(Ice nt Honolulu nhuut rour lionrs prior
they were nnested.
Snliirdny.Kebruarv Sth, nt 10 n in
Iho District Court or Walalua til. it the
gambling case. Judge Mahuiilu nf'erj
ne Hi-inn uie iii-giimem in ino attorn
eys, demons nnd Wm. II. Cruttford,
Biispended K'litcnce for Kocll months,
demons then moied that the c:tm of
nssniilt and battery upon police olllcers
be tried III Circuit C'ouit. Judg Mn-1
haulit granted his inolliiii. I
wcuntiBiiny, renrnaiy izili, tho .lap
atieso doctor nt Wnlnlup. nnd llvo tnen
(Ung Ming Chock, Ah Kook, Pong Sin
Ah Hun, Ah Chew) of Pun Wo Will
were summoned villi subpoenas by
tho (Irand Jury us witnesses of Ter
ritory vs Klnl nnd Ceo. Munuln for
netting lire and stealing chickens,
llnch of Iho six Chinese were enlllled
to $11.10 for ime d.i.Vi wIIiicbs feo nnd
mileage, formicates for the aaino had
been gi anted and O. Kd. by John Kea
ntiil Deputy Altorno) tleneral Sutton
nnd checks weio nlso Issued by Mr.
Marcelllno, the eh rk of tho Clicnlt
Court, but Mr. Cnilirait, tho County
Attorney, icfused to junior these
checks no no funds could bo drawn
fioni Iho Couiin Ti, usurer.
Klnl wnn ariesled by the Toirltory
charged with fitiln-j lln and strlkln-,'
a man with n weapon. He was held
lindyr $lfiOl) ball tleo. Manilla, arrcht
ed by Territory for stealing chickens,
was held under Sl'iin bull.
Ill Mllich III iS, Ihe ciihca or both
defelidunlii weie nolle pioreipiled
County Attornej Cntlicait, in apeak
lug of tho Wnlaliiu case, slated Unit
the affair wns one or which Hi" At
torney (lenernl'M department, hud en
tiro charge. So fur in bin terming to
pay Tor Iho "wllne. a" Tees or tle
Chinese who eanie lo the city to prur
ecule their ponooutors, ho hesllnted
to Banctlon tho expenditure or County
funds In the manner ptoposcd. 'these
men could hne brought their case
beforo tho Wnlalua District Coutt.
They preferred tn eoine beforo the
Grand Jury, Ho could not see how
tho County v.uk Justllled lu paying
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VuuiiiiuL-u iium iric 1 1
llmo ngo, Atkltibon lu particular
questioned tho authority of tho V.
ecutlve Ciunnilttee lu deciding against
the nntortaliiment Committee after
tho latter had dono Its duty and the
publication of Its doings had been
made In newspapers Ho said that tho
Kntertalumcnt Committee had decld
ed to give n ball for the licet, which
was within Its power to do, so far ns
tho cnteitalnment. wns concerned.
Many others expressed their views,
on the action of the Uxccutlvo Com
Tho matter of glWug n ball was
decided upon as had been planned.
The matter of decorating mid light
ing the dancing hall waa brought up
for suggestion and It wns decided that
the responsibility of decoration and
lighting rc:tf with tho Kntcrtnlnineut
Committee. Any outside tisslbtauce.
however, would be gladly accepted by
Ihu committee, but tho geijural enter
tainment nffalra will be milled Its dl
A Hawaiian lu.ni etilltonod by lln
.wallan music, will lie given nt I Vail
llnrbor for the benefit of the olllrury
of tho fleet For tins purpose, n com
mlttee consisting ol M. Phillips. John
Oulld and Win. Hongs was nppolnted
Captain Iteea would have been ap
pointed on a committee had ho not
"I can't possible aeic on tluit com
mlttee," Bald Captain Iteea. "I will
bo a busy man when the fleet geta In
1 shall bo under Hie dliect otders o(
thu Admiral, who may wnnt lo know
certain things pci tabling to tho de
partmental nffnlrs. I will bo M.-iy glad
to help you In uny way."
He was thanked for Ills explanation
mid "lis iclcnscd fioni the loapousl
Pol for Sailors.
"Whojls going to furnish pol?"
broke lu, Archer.
"Commissary committee," lespoud
cd Chairman Waldrun.
"I am pretty sure." continued Arch
er, "that thiHO men of Iho navy would
wanl a change In tlulr dinner. They
are eating broad all the tlmo nnd the
pol will give' them a change. 1 think
they will llko tho pnl alright."
Dance at Hotels.
Thu hall will bo rIwii at tho Moatia
nnd Keasldo hotels. This was con.
cluslvcly decided on. A ttieatlon or
charging J." for admittance came up
for consideration, but nfteiA oor
member had uxpicsscd his opinion, the
proposition met with defeat. It war,
decided that tho Invitation bo made
Another matter or Importnnco which
wns paused on by the meeting tbU
inclining wns that Imitations bo ex,
tended to all membcia of thu Consular
Tho hookupu ptnposltlnn wns gen
erally dlscusKod hut no dellnllo action
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
h nfiwt of te dav.
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WINS TWO EVENTS
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Washington, April "5, After u thor
ough ln estimation of Iho restrictions
necessary to bo placed on tho entice t
put on tho market and Bold under the
iininu of "Mocha," tho board of food
and drug Inspection, with tho nppro
al of Secretary of Agllciilturo Wilson,
has decided Hint Iho term "Mocliu
bhnulil bo restricted to roffoo giown
lu that part of Arabia In tho north mid
east of llongeldnh, known as Yemen
Yemen Is Iho colTeo dlstilct of Arabia.
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