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EVENING BUIAETI&, HONOLtTLTT. T. It., SATUIIDAY, MAY 2.1, 1908.
WAIT FOR MONEY
C.C, Conrad t Gar nisheed;
25 Per Cent. Of
Dcffiult hni been entered In the
Biilt of Lou 1 3 Kauhlbaum versus C.
C. r;oiiinilt et nl for $803. G5 on a
lrr,nilBsory note against the defend
ant, nnd Auditor Fisher has been
iiindu the garnishee. Christian Con
radt, who Is well known here, Is now
District Magistrate of tho Island of
Molokal, n position which carries
vtith It u salary of $40 per month.
It was ordered by tho court this
morning that Conrndt pay 25 per
lent, of his salary per month to tho
plaintiff until tho Judgment should
ho satisfied. The court ordered Clerk
Marcnlltno to assess tho nmount of
tho plaintiff's damages, claim, prln
dp.il, and Interest, anil to enter up
Kuuhlbtuu Is ii fin mcr deputy
sheriff of Kolo.i, Kauai, nighty
month i will elapse before tho Jtidg
meiiL Is satisfied, If Couradt'u salary
Is garnlshced nt the rate of 2fi per
I QUJJUV USE
Tho dlorco suit of Hveljn Ncsblt
Thaw has brought to tho public ml ml
:ig:il ono of tho greatest trials In tho
lilstniy of tho United States courts.
'Tho Majestic Amusement' Company
liavo obtained tho lictuics of this sen
Mtlonnl caso which thoy aro to bhow
nt tho Orpheuin on Mondn, Tuesday
iiiiitl Wedtiefcduy ocnlng8 of tho com
ing week. Tho honso will undoubted'
ly bo ciowded for ceryono Is anxious
to seo tho pretty Mrs. Thaw, who so
wonderfully kept her husband fioin
tho elcctrlc-chair by telling nil of her
past history with Stanford Whlto, tho
unfortunato man who was killed "by
-'Inrry K. Thaw.
Tho "Two Orphans" will be a coun
ter nttractlon nt tho samo show, and
the popularity those picture havo pro
duced on tho Coast will undoubtedly
bring forth a largo audience hero to
vltncss tho same.
THREE MEN PUT OFF
MANCHURIA AT SEA
Sampan Brings Supposed
Excitement was caused on tho wot
orfront this morning by the rcpoit
which was brought In fiom tho sea by
tho .1. 0, Cummins. The glnnt liner
Manchuria, when near Koko Head,
had been seen by tho llttlo craft to
suddenly turn In toward tho Head, and
Ho In that position for ten minutes,
when she turned duo east, making a
round turn, and wns last seen ljlng In
thnt position. Speculation rain riot,
until this morning n .Inpaneso Usher
man canto Into tho ltackfcld offices,
and demanded payment for his ser
vices In bringing tluce men nshorc
from tho ship, last night, Tho facts
In tho caso aro unknown, as up to this
afternoon, tho men had not been locat
ed, and tho .Inpaneso did not know
why they weio lcnlng tho craft. How
eer. It Is supposed that they were
The .Inpaneso sajs that ho was
hailed, about dark, and when ho canto
ulongsldu with his hiunpau, tyu found
thnt tlioio weio tlireu men to bo put
ushoie. lie dcHCilbcs his passengers
as whlto men, but Is otherwise unable
to gle an Intelligent account of their
appearance. Ho landed them in Kn
kanko last night, nnd went this morn
ing to collect for their passage.
IIoocr, It Is not known who tho
men were, and bcsldeB the stowaway
theory, a number of others nro ad
vanced, such ns: that they may hne
been men who were Inadvertently left
aboard when tho boat pulled out, and
not knowing of the pilot boat, had
only (his way of getting back to slime.
The agents aro as much In tlm dark
about tho matter ns anyone else.
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Mary Atcherly And
Lewers & Cooke
Lowers & Cooke, Ltd., have been
denied their application fur registra
tion of title of that piece of land
which Is claimed by both them nnd
Mis. Mnry Atchcrley. This Is one of
the final points In what has been
probably ono of tho most Interesting
land cases that has ever come Into
the local courts.
The land In .question Is now being
used for n lumber )ard. For many
years, however, It was the residence
of tho Queen Dowager nnd King Ka
lakaua during their reign ocr the
Hawaiian Islands. For Its lilstoilc
vntuo tho land Is worth considerable,
Tho refusal of the registration of
title to Lowers & Cooke tamo ns an
aftermath of tho recent Supremo
Court decision which was In fnoi of
Mary Ateherloy. It Is Interesting to
note that this is tho first similar case
In the local tourts. It Is the only
case In which the Supreme Court has
reversed tho decision of the Land
Court, nnd ccn In this case, by the
reversal, tho Supreme Court was nt
variance with Its own formor titling.
In view of the fact thnt the land
has been claimed by two p.utles, it
lins not been accepted for reglstia
tlon of title.
Laid Out in Regular Town Sites, and
Water Pipe, Sewer, Etc.
Of all the contagious and fatal dis
eases known nmong horses glanders
Is the most destructive nnd It Is
equally tho most difficult to diagnose.
In malignant sore throat, stran
gles, ulceration of throat, pleurisy,
pneumonia, and common catarrh you
havo a discharge from one or both
nostrils. So you hnve In glanderj,
nnd this Is where even an expert will
make a mistake In diagnosing tho
disease ns glanders. The symptoms
of glanders are chiefly: Discharge
from one or both nostrils, frequently
only one, and that tho left; nt first
watery and seldom recognized ns of
any Import, afterwards becoming
glutinous, and lastly puslike; loss of
condition, staring coat, Innppctcncc,
glandular swelling under Jaw, cough,
scalded nostrils, ulceration of the
lining membrane of nose, lumps upon
skin, most often on tho inside of
hind legs, front legs nnd about the
head, in the order I have placed
Great lossci,. Involving thousands
of dollars, have occurred, through tho
hasty and lll-ionsldercd opinions giv
en fiom time to tlmo by professional
men. Thero may be a discharge
olliiuore'H',iioi(trll for months,
ulttt enlarge glancis' nnd tough, too,
nnd j'et he may not be glundered. It
Hllo, Hawaii, May 10. The ener
getic cleanlng-up which Health Offi
cer llowman Is giving Wnlakca, In
(onncctlon with his general cam
paign for cleanliness, brought a dis
agreeable surprise for a Japaneso
named Horla who lives down near
the Haynshl hotel. Tho Ilard of
Health men havo been keeping a bon
fire going In a vacant lot not far
from the llayashl hotel for seveinl
days past, nnd such debris, as can bo
readily consumed bus been thrown
theicon as fast as It was brought In,
tho tlio being carefully watched
meanwhile. Oh Thursday last Horla
was passing tho fire when thcio was
an explosion. ,1ut whut exploded Is
n in) story, but tho flro suddenly
heaved Itself In tho nlr and scattered
Ittelf about the neighborhood. Horla
was tho only person who happened to
bo near and ho received no less than
tdxtccn wounds, nil of them In tho
body, Hy rare good luclvnpanojof
the wptiijds was serious, fhdogs.siih
nt tlibntf resulted In pcncVrnllqpJ'o'i
,tho sl.lii'. ?Ho collected.! curious, as
sortment of pebbles', nails, and' bits may bo nasal gleet or abscess In tho
of mortar which had to bo picked frontal sinuses, or disease at the
uut by tho doctors. It Is supposed root of nn upper tooth, discharging
that sonic djnnmlto found lt,s way J fetid matter which will even produce)
Into tho dust-heap. ulccintlons, but they aio not tho
ADVERTISING is to-day the mightiest
factor in the business world. It is an
evolution of modern industrial compe
tition. It is a business-builder, with a potency
that goes beyond human clcsire. It is somc
'thing more than a "drummer" knocking at
the door of the consumer something more
than mere salcsmanship-on-paper. It is a
positive, creative, force in business. It builds
factories, skyscrapers and railroads. It makes
two blades of grass grow in the business world
where only one grew before. It multiplies
human wants and intensifies human desires.
It furnishes excuse to timorous and hesitating
ones for possessing the things which under
former conditions they could easily' get along
without. T The human mind is so con
structed that it is appreciably affected by
repetition and, after all, advertising is only
Site Money J
On the Wayjl
The money which Uncle Sam Is to
pay for tho site for tho Federal build
ing Is on the way. Cablo ndMces
hae been iecoled to tho effect that
It wns mailed nt Washington last
Wednesday, This, It has been 11k
ui ed b those Interested, will tnal.p
It due to be ready for distribution
hcic on .lunc 8, when the sum total,
amounting to $101,407.50, will be
pouted from tho Federal (.offeis Into
the hands of the owners of the lot
known as the Mahuka site. The di
trlbtittou of the money will be iniule
through Frank Hatch, the (Icik of
tho United Stalei Dlstilct Com I
Those who will rciclwi the uione
and the approximate amounts which
tliey will rccelNo aio as follows Aip.
tin estate J20,nun, illshop Muioum
$31,000, William M.ihuku and those
who hae Hens on his propert $!.
000, John Ihumcluth nnd those who
base Hens on his part of the pioper
ty $2."., 000, .1. O. Carter, trustee for
John untmlns $7,000.
This, It will be seen, hi lugs the
total of the claims above the amount
to bo paid by the (Icneriimeiit, but It
must be rcmcmbeicd that to tl it
amount will bo added the sum of
$17,fi00, to bo paid for the ItMiup
street extension, which wns t,iNd
by subscription, and which will prac
tically ho donated to the ('.imm
-Truman A DeWesse.
Surveyor Wall Is making prepara
tions to suncy the leper settlement
nt Molokal. Although the real work
of surveying tho place will not begin
for ecrut weeks jet, preparations
aro being mndo now so that tho
work, when started once, can bu
rushed through with all possible fa'
It Is proposed to lay, out tho settle
ment Into a regular town site. Street
lines will be run, and the water
pipe system planned. Another im
portant matter will be tho lines for
the sewer pipes. At the present time
all the houses are laid out In a hap
hazard manner, and It will bo neces
sary to locate them all before the
work can bo continued.
While nothing definite can bo
said regarding the time that this Im
portant work will bo begun, it Is
thought that n force of men will go
to Molokal within tho next two
At Aala park tonight, commencing
nt 7:30 o'clock, tho Homo rtulo lend
ers will whirl away their political
wind to tho crowd which Is oxpected
to bo present. Tho speakers will bo
D. Knlauokalanl Sr, II. M. Knniho, J.
M, Poepoo and Chas. K. Notley.
Permission has been granted tho
Hllo Masonic Hall Association by Su
perintendent of Public Works Mars
ton Campbell to fill In ccrtnlu places
on n Federal lot there, which will
benefit tho place.
characteristic ulcerations of glan
ders, Tho symptoms nro much tho samo
In tho Kiib-actito or chronic form; it
Is mora a question of Intensity or
virulence than anything else.
The glnndcrcd horso may succumb
In n fow weeks or ho may Hvo for
months or oven jcars.
Glanders Is a dangerous nnd fatuy
dlseaso to both man and beast, and
the owner nun a big ilsk in bund
ling in keeping an animal so nffcit
cd. Mntllcu, tho only known test, Is
the product of tho bacillus of gland
cm. Two things aro necessary when
using It, namely: that tho Imrso's
tempei.ituio be mutual and that tho
ni'illlcn bu pine.
1 havo known qtilto a number of
horses condemned and shot wheiu
the leuctiiui In tempm.iture w.is ill-
I redly due to the use of mnllleu
which hud become Impure thiough
old ago nnd exposuie. In a tioplcnl
cllmato such as thetn Islands have,
theio nie quite a number nf diseases
whose symptoms resontblo those of
glanders, but nio not, nnd can be
11. JOHN POTTIE, V.S.,
Judge Dole's Court:
May 23 No court.
May 23 Naturalization proceedings
Petitioners: James A. Itath, Alexand
er S. Young, William Knott, Jiuites O
Mtinro (all subjects of Oreat llritnln).
Frank J. Louko (Ilclglaii), end Hu
dolph Kurelhi (Germany).
U. S. for uso and benefit or Lewers
& Cooko Ltd., k. Ilurrcll Construc
tion Company. Motion for bills of
U. S. vs Moses Kokl. Hearing tes
JiicIeo Lindsay's Court
May 23 liannali 11 s K 11. II;
order to show cause. Court ordered
libelee to pay costs In Mini of $13 an 1
an attorney fee of $;Vi pjjable In
Court appointed Mrs It Hnlll guar
dian of Clarissa M. I).iis .in Imbecile
under bond of $!00.
Louis Knhlbaum s O C Conrndt
ct ul. On motion of plaintiff court ord
cicd default entered against defend
ant. Plaintiff waived trial by Jury.
Court ordered that Cleik .Maie.illlno
do assess amount of plaintiff's claim,
principal, damages and interest, anil
enter up Judgment then for, and for
May 25 L'stnto of Annie Itoo; pro
bate of will; 9 a. m.
Sllva v. PIcanco: trial 10 a, in.
Gonsalvcs v. Fermimles; motion to
Estate Pang Pol; muster's report.
Kstnto James Waul; oidcr to show
cause, 9:30 a. m.
Estate W. 11, Cotnwoll, master's re
ports; 2 p. in.
Judgo Do Holt's Court
May 23 Frank J. Krugei v. I). Kn
wanannkoa; garnishment suit, Con
tinued until May 2S, 9 a m
II. G. Mlddledltcli v. Wong Kwnt;
order allowing cxetullon i 15 a. in.
May 25 Don sett v. Killlplpl et ijl;
10 a. m.
' W. H. Castle v, ninmeltiih & Marsh;
suit by stipulation filed In a m
A SI Iliciwn Lee Chuck i,et per
unptniy bj Judge Do Hoi
AKHERIY i'l WTo
II JIT UJitt
Mtuy Aleherley rail' d on Acting
(iowruor Slott-Hmlth thlx uioiulug to
Hud nut Jl her husband would bu ah
lowed lii trait the lipei- In tbu Ho
(olvlng Station at Kallhl She was In
fotmed by tho Acting Governor tint
tho matter belonged to the Jurisdic
tion of the Hoard of Health
House and lot on liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
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Schuman Carriage Co.,
MERCHANT STREET, bet. FORT and ALAKEA.
Metzger Here To
Sign io Contract ;
Getting Work Begun
Conti.tctor Metzger camo from llllo him oer tho lowor bidder, Maer lie
thin morning to hIkii the rontiact Tor went to tho olllee oi U. S. Knr.'.ueur
tho llllo bii'.ikwnler, the Uncinmeiit Cnit. Olwull, nnd tho mutter i n w
Job which lie i,ccm ed aftir a good deal settled, except that It leiualns for I Im
of tioulilo on u bid, v hlch was glcn to get to mirk In the reuuU u time
"I do not know Just when I hnll
get to work mi thin Job," said ho this
morning "I ihnll dump rocK bufi.io
tho time limit net, hut urn not euro
when 1 shall get Hteullly going Cap
tiiln Otwell tells mu thnt trio thief
Engineer will prolubl wull about P.0
dnvK to notify mo of tho fact that tbu
contract has been awarded me. uud
the CO dnya" gr.ic will bo cour.led
from that date, to that I now tunc
mor tho fiO daH In which tu get
I end j
"A plant will hate to bo put iip, and
materials gotten together belorj tho
work can bo fnlily started, und wi't.o
of the noceasarles will hno t') be lo
rurod from tho eastern part of tho
United Stales. It In not postdb'u to
i?a Just how long this will bo In coin
ing. "Of course. 1 tdiall bo at u:k ns
soon as possible .
UPTON'S LATEST SHAMROCK
H p X- 1,
Teniperntmos C n in, "0, 8 a. m.,
74: 10 n. m., 73; noon, 7b, morning
lJaroincter, S a, m , 30 10; absolute,
humidity, S a. in., S90 gialns per
cubic foot; ndatlMi lmnildlt, S a. in.,
70 per cent; dew point, h a m SO,
Wind fi a, in, eloclty 3, dlrettlou
N. W.J 8 a. in, eloeltv r, direction
K.J 10 a m., e!orlt 14 direction K.j
noon, vlcclty IS, dliectlou V..
Mtalrifnll during 21 hours ended R n.
m .10 liicli.
Total wind mnu'iuont during 21
hours ended at noon, 172 miles,
WM. K. STOCKMAN,
Section l)lritor, tl . IMUrer Ilurenu
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
. -i itfc"r
Sir ThoninH I.lplon's now twenty
tlnee luetic cutter, tho Shamrock,
was launched nt Hie jitid of her de
signer and bulldci, Mr. William Tlfe,
r.illlle, Suitlund, on Saturday, April
18. Tho Illustration herewith shows
tho new lacing jaiht as she appear
ed Just before launching and Is the
Hist picture nf the craft thnt hns
The Hhaniiiii'k. the critics rav, Is
an mii'ptlcniully hnudMime mndel nf
eis) hellions. hlch rarry their ful
ness well Into merhaugfl. whlih, in
low, of the new rules minuted
abroad, might nlfo be legarded ns ox-
ti einc. Tho hull U planked with
HoiiduraB m,ihog.in laid upon a
framework of tleel, tho bides being
painted in giecu and white uud tho
uuileibody coppered. Internally the
Sittings nio mole than usual!) clabo
mte Tho roomi foiecnstlc. mess-
lnoin mid captain's berth nro fitted
up with Arrlcan maliogany, ami mo
Huloon. p,iKh.tgi and sail Inciters in
Austiluii ci.il, The main saloon Is
P'uelli-d In tipestrj, and the l.idlts'
cabin ami ntaterooms nio slntidv In
while enamel. Otnuiul thu b.iloon
Ibict'ii tfi Rome evriMitlounllv Hue cirv-
Ing, ioirosentlug t'ymiuetce mid Navigation.
, The twenty-three metro class In
llrltlsh waters this t-eabon will In-
'tludo the Whlto Heather, tho llrju
hlld, the Nyria nnd the Similitude.
Cnptaln Scaiiiutu, well known In
Amei lui In connection with Sir
I Thomas Upton's efforts to win thu
j America's Cup, Is In command of the
i now vneht.
j Some llrltlsh yachtsmen ny thnt
Jin looking at tho Hhaiiuocl; It is easy
in believe tho rumor that elm la In
. diet main essentials the vessel with
.which Mr. I'tro Intended Hint Sir
iThniuns should try hU luck for the
America' Cup It his last challenge
"hnil been accepted, '
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