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EVENING DUl,LETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, FED. C, 1909.
Hawa ian Slated.
Oetanle First Degree.
Alt visiting members of the
Order are oordtully Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HAMtOjnt LODOK, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
fifceU every Monday evening it
7:0 In l' O. O. P Hull. Fort Street.
K K. UESUKV Seciel.ii
R 1). WICKK. N
'All vtsltlug brothein very roidlully
OAHtJ LODGE, XoL 1. K. ot P.
Meets every flrat nd third Fri
day tveulng nt 7:S0 in IC. of I. Hall,
Curlier Fort and Hcretaiila. Visiting
brother eordWHy Invited to attend.
i H Nt .liAT, '. V.
11.' f.OSil.lMi. K !' 3.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
(Direction of "Sonny" Cunha)
THURSDAY mid SATURDAY i
rEB. 4TII AND GTH
CHORUS OF 40 STRONG
KAMEHAMEHA QLEE (HUB
NEW SONGS! NEW JOKES I
HEW LOCAL SCENERY
Box office opens at the Berg
strom Music Co. Monday, Feb.
1st, at 0 a, n.
H0EOIUXU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Ilonmulu Lodge No 01 . 11. P. O
' fi., will mnet ln lllelr 1"1" ou KlDF
Star Fort Street evury Friday even-
ily ordrr rf the F. It..
Hhi.NKV l r.HTO
WM. H. McINERNY, 13. It.
17. k'UINLEY L0DQE Ho.8, K.oIP.
aleeta every Jud and 4lli Saturday
vcitln at 7:30 oMoik in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort ond iioretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invltoil to at
tend. F. M. MeOUEW. C V
B. A. JAl'OllhKN', K 11. S.
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine
ing to view scenes from man; lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Macbeth: The Old. Old Story: Tho
Waif; The Wrong Overcoat; Willie's
Pari; Kate's Health; A Day jn the
Life of a Suffragette.
aOlTOITTLU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Moots on tho 2nd ond 4tb WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1;80 o'clock in K. of 1. Hall, corner
tJerJts.'iia and Fort street).
,"vTlftlingC.TIha are Imlted to at-
W. L. FRABE. W., Frast.
H. T MOOUB. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meats mtv flrat and third Thurs
days of each month ot Knights o(
Pythias HiM Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
V. 11 ARLF.IGH, Sachem
A. 13. MURI'HY, C. of It.
iiibhi'"','"" I' ;. ; "i .
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20c,
LOCAL AND 6ENEI1L
Ten good auto hacks. Phone 8.
St. Clair llldgood of HaJelwails rcg
Istero'd at tho Young hot
Tho Men'srn, Caspar, father ond eon,
nro fii town, Tlio GaBpards arc Kono
It yon nro looking for any ot your
frlonda go to tho "Two Jacka" and
jou'll find them. -
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
The pr!co of rblrt waists win u
slaughtered at Blom's on Monday
morning at 8 o'clock.
Try a Royal Annex Lunch.
The Jury In the cneo ot A. Splllnor
vs. Yokomlzli eBterday returned a vor
diet 'tor tho- plaintiff for 125 damages.
Coot your Iron roofs wjth "Arabic."
You will be surprised nt its coollnt;
and preservative proportlea California
Feod Co.. agents.
All soldiers nro especially invited to
tho Y. M. C A. hall tonight, when an
exhibition ot advertising work, cal
endars, etc, will he given'.'
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a White 'Family Rotary
sewing machine. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents. 1266 Fort St. Phone 418.
Most of the Reach earn of baseball-
crs nro taking things easily nt the Ha'
wallan hotel. They took In tho Elks'
show last night and enjoyed every ,mln-
ut of it.
Tho Pork Theatre corner of Fort
and Chaplain Lone will shortly open
with n motion picture show, Mr. Wor
nor, tho pioneer In this line in Hawaii,
la tho manager,
City Attorney Cnthcart denies abso
lutely the statement made by Mrs.
Alchcrley to the effect that he offered
Dr. Atcherlcy to drop prosecution If
he would loavo the country.
Appetite failliur! Try Royal Annex.
Mary Kahal l'uukl liaa mod a peti
tion for her discharge as guardian of
her daughter, Mary Kahal, as her ward
has become of ago, She chargcB her
fculf with 11156.41 and asks to bo al
Tho Pearl Harbor Traction Co. has
Mod articles of association with the
Treasurer In compliance with the de
cision of (ho Supremo Court, which
held thnt a charter could not bo grant
ed to a corporation organized to go in
to tho railroad business.
CALIFORNIA STIRS THINGS
p JAfftpSE jSIjESTION
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Feb. 4. The resolution Introduced In tho
Assembly to compel the children of Japanese residents of the State to
attqnt'BeaYa'to schools ppssed by a vote of forty-six to twenty-six.
. G1LLETT ASKED TO VETO IT
WAHIHNfJTftN. Tl. fi.. Fab 4. Immediately on the receipt of tho
newsitbat the, California A&nembly bad passed the Japanese school seg
regation resolution, President lloosovelt telegraphed to Governor Olllutt
that tho action Just tnken wns the most offensive of all tho offensive mils.
Ho nppcnled tp the 'Oovernor to veto It.
OILLETT ASKS WITHDRAWAL "
SACRAMENTO, Calif., .Feb. 4. dovcrnor GllleU sent n special mes
sage to tbe Assembly1 today asking fora reconsideration of today's action.
He Urged tho Assembly-to stand by the Admlnfstratldn,
AMBASSADOR ASKS WHY
WASlllNOTON, I). CJeb. 4. The news of the action tnlien today
by the California Assembly has created surprise and consternntlon among
the officials hero.
Ambassador Takahlra has calleJ on Secretary of Stato flaton to con
suit over 'the situation which has betn created.
OREGON JOINS IN RUMPUS
BAI.KM, Ore., Feb. 4. A resolution wns Introduced Into the State
Senate to mciuorlnllzo Congress to Include Jnpnnese nnd Hindus in the
provisions of the Exclusion Act, wnicn now applies to uninese.
SHIPPING SUPPLIES AS PLANNED -SAN
FRANCISCO, Calif., Fob. 4. There is nn unusual nrtlvlty In na
val circles on the Pacific Coast, The hark Mohican sailed todny for
Honolulu, carrying two disappearing guns for Poarl Harbor, whllo tho
steamship JbIo, which ulso sails Friday,. will carry two hundred anbmar-
a .1 a .. . . A f iinitwi naua nf nni riiti ti I ! fott Tritil1rl
Ilie mi llla UUU IWVlllJ'llVV IIUUUIVU t-rn ui umimuimuu u aaainit
BRINGING SUPPLIES FOR ARMY
Tho transport Sheridan sailed for Honolulu with three thousand
tons of Army supplies for that port.
aUALTROUGH PROBABLY GUILTY
,y ' 1 vj.
I IN FOREIQN PORTS I I ARRIVED
Your machine will bo ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; wo repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
At their meeting Inst night, tho
members of the local lodgo of tho Im
proved Order ot Red Men decided to
take nn activa part In the Floral Pa
rade on Washington's birthday. A
committee wns appointed to make ar
inngenients and was given tho neces
sary authority to act in tho matter.
Tho Idea of the Red Men Is to enter
n float, typical of their order. A tee
pee will probably bo erected on tho
float and surrounding it will be n
guard of honor, composed of members
of tho order dressed In their uniforms.
Tho Red Men are very anxious to
have their entry ano of the features of
the parade, and they are ready to
speml whatever money may be noeded
to liiBuro the success of tholr enterprise.
aiDRALTAR, Feb, 4. It Is unofficially understood hero thnt the
court-martial has found that the specifications of the charge against
Captain Qualtrough ot tho battleship Ocorglu have been proved. IIu was
charged with having been Intoxicated during a reception given to tho
ofacerg ot some of tho battleships. i
r. , u(
HE label on a
Cluett shirt stands
for the best mate
rials, the most careful
workmanship, the most
accurate patterns, color
fast fabrics and that ex-!
elusive control of the
patterns which means so
much to the man who
strives to escape the
ordinary in his attire.
$1,50 nnd more.
O.UETT, MABODY COMPANY". Troy, N. T. '
Mkrt of Anew Collars
Friday, February 6.
SAN FHANCIbCO Balled Feb, B.
U. S. A. T. Bhferldnn, for Honolulu.
populated It will he tapped by tho
Kahulul Rnllwny, which takes the
productH to Kahulul harbor for trans
portation to Honolulu or direct to the
The Kahulul Railway Company
plans not only to extend Its tracks,
it lias already ordered nuto-tru'eks to
carry the product ot tho pineapple
cannery nnd pineapple growers now
established on the Innds nbovu ond
adjoining the proposed tiomcsteudlng
Should the Kahulul Railway not
meet ull the demands ot people of the
district with products to send to mur.
ket, they nro by no means nt the mer
cy of a monopoly. The property wfll
support fifty IfuntesteadiTH with fifty
acre nreas, nnd as the nuto-truck has
paved the way, they could easily com
bine to ustnbllsh nn nuto-truck ear
lier system of their own, direct to
Knhului hurhor. And should they
feel thnt they were being cinched by
the slouliiRhlp companies, they would
probably have an output large enough
to Invite competition for direct trade
with the Const.
To nn observer going over, the
ground with a view to development
the prospect offered by this Haiku
land Is more attractive even than tho
magnlflcont lands of Kupan, Kauai,
on account of tho more fiivorabla
transportation facilities. The man
at llniku Is ns near the mainland mar
ket ns the pineapple grower of the
Island of Onhu. The land bus been
tttxted nnd there Is no', the slightest
clout t that it will support Intelligent
Friday. February G.
S, S, Chlyo Marti, Greene, from San
Francisco, 2:40 p. m. .
Thursday. February 4.
AMI. S. S. Mexican, for Kahulul,
5:3C p. m.
Stnir. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, 5:10 p. m.
lltiur. Nllhnu, Oness, for Maul, 5:25
S. S, Aluineda, Dowdell, from Han
Francisco, p. in.
H. H. A. T. Unfold, frum Manila,
S, Aornngl, from Ilrltlsh Co-
i - -
T K. K. S. S. Chlyo Mnru, Greene,
for Japan, 12 noon,
From San Francisco, per 8. 8. Chlyo
Mnru, Feb. 5. Lay-over nt Honolulu:
I). Mackenzie, Mrs. I). Mackenzie, Mrs.
J. P. Mooio, Mis. (I. Joiner, Mrs. Geo.
W. Kinney, l, 8. l-'oss, N. Fo3s. For
Yokohama: Y. Anrnku, (1. It. Ilcdlng
er, Mrs, O. It. llt-dlngcr, .1. A. Corsca
den, 13. W. Frnrcr, Mile. Grnndvloni-t,
L. 1-3. Grlgsby, Mrs. L. K. Orlgshy, II.
A. Gillloj. 8. HlroRf, Mrs. 8. Illroso, 8.
Kurosawa. M. Masuda, T. Mltsiilinshl,
Y. Nakashlma, Anson W. Richards, V.
Seklmoto. I)r. T. 1-3. K. Slnnsflcld, Mrs.
T. 1-3. K. Stansflchl am: maid, K. Tnko
tr.tira, Unrnn G. Von Gnyl, Gregory Wll
tn'ln, Mrs. Gregory Wllenkln nnd
nuil, I, Miss Olga Wllenkln, For Shang
hai. 1-3. T. Iljino, Mrs. 1-3. T. Hyrne,
Mis, TIios. F. CoIiIir, Infant and scrv-
agriculturalists. The cllmale Is sec-i '"" ' ' '""vr '"; ""'
Tho Innds follow tho " " '',"''" ,.
frnt'l U"K i)t-i in 4s)i, i, i, ijaiuiiiii, itirn.
' i n it... m- ii... t nHt..nu
ihe rugged cllffa that rise from ten j' -, ",;; ;,:
tnd to none.
coast Duo and slope gradunlly
Tho best assortment ever
shown in, tht city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yoar oxaer for n bos
of Lclinbnrdt's Candy, Fresh
Imported Thoroughbreds of Various
t UUIU "-
At a Discount
inAMBnK 5 DKUU
Comer King n"d Fort Streets.
-MV "" V f r..tWll5"
; aureai iavor iiigutsi uutuuy
Guaiantctfd Afc3clutcly Pure.
UrinmiTTlAfiTflR Btld BUILDER.
fiUMBING and PAINTING,
iffice: Honolulu Paintint' Co., 221
Kins St.; P. 0. Box 014.
are iuct as easy to t as a good job
of caintintr at a chean price. When
I do work I do it rieht not oheap
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 387.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
r- . , )
(Continued from Pact X)
Dr. and Mrs. Atcherley still occupy
the same suite ot apartments as' they
J. A. Magoon, attorney for Atcher
ley, this morning made a statement
to a II u 1 1 e 1 1 n repqrter. "I never
have advlBed Dr. Atcherley to resist
lawful arrest," he said. "I am, and
always have been, on tho side of the
law, when properly carried out. I
have always counseled, absolute obe
dience to the law, of the country, and
have done. bo ln the Doctor's case. I
maintain that when the Doctor was
released under the, habeas corpus .act,
It Is absolutely unconstitutional to
arrest him again. Section 20S0
reads: 'It no legal cause for imprison
ment or restraint Bhall be shown, the J
party shall Immediately be 'discharg
Section 2084. Discharge, effect
of. No person who has;,been dis
charged upon a writ ot habeas corpus,
Bhall again be Imprisoned or restrain
ed for tho same cause, unless-iieshall
be indicted therefor, or convicted
thereof, or committed for want of-
lull, by some court ot record, havlug
Jurisdiction of the cause, ".or .unlets
after a discharge, for default of proof,
or for some material default In the
commitment In a criminal case, ho,
this morning, but a telephone mes
sage from her was received at ' tho
11 u 1 1 1 1 n ofnc.0
Mrs. Atcherley nnnounccd that the
mass meeting which was to ho held
tonight had. been postponed .tll to
morrow .evening. i
The meeting will be held at tho
corner of Merchant nnd AlaKea
streets, at 8 p. m.
Mrs. Atcherley and others will ad
dress tbe gathering on the merits of
the Doctor's case.
In tbe meantime there are no
signs ot famine vlslbje nround the
Magoon block. Seemingly, the Doc
tor and his wife are comfortably set
tled for the coming tourist season.
Unfortunately, they will mlsa some
of the gay doings ot the Hawaiian
Capital, but all Is compensated for,
ln Mrs. Atcberley's opinion, by the
fact that thoy are still holding the
.sugar cane wnen irrigatea. u
would be a hopeless field for a home
steader with only rainfall to depend
This Omaoplo land can bo watered
by the Maul Agricultural Co., If the
Irrigation ditch k'nown ns the Upper
Haiku ditch were extended 'at nn ex
pense of $40,000 or more nnd the wa
ter sent down over the land. This Is
Indeed whnt will probably happen
.when the exchange Is carried
On tho other hand, the twclvo
hundred acres of Haiku lands, within
It to 20 miles of Kahulul, which it
Is proposed to exchange for till
Omaoplo area, Is ready for Immediate
a hundred feet above the tea to eight
hundred and a thousand feet. Some
ot the oldest homes o: white people
In tho Islnnds ore ln this section, nnd
the vigorous churnstcr or the men
und women who have heon burn hero
and grown to manhood and woman
hood Is the best pujslble example of
what may rightly he expected In the
future. One of tho preae.it pineapple
ranch owners Is a niun w:iu cumo to
the district for health. He had or
this world's goods In plenty. He has
not only gained what ho Bought, hut
Improved his condition financially.
One ot the happiest feature.) Is the
friendly nttltudo of tho surrounding
corporate Interests representing mil
lions or capital.
It stands to rensnu thnt corpora
tlons will not offer their lands to In
dependent farmers on practically the
sanio terms as the Territory dispones
of Its public lands unless they are
sincerely determined to render every
assistance to tho succesu of tho tann
lp Gi-ou's, Nathaniel Kersey, Dr. T. I.
Miller. C. G. Morrison, Miss Mlnulo
O'Neill, Percy Russell, I. C. Sargent,
P. II. Scott. I). M. Tnvlor. Mis. D. M.
Taylor. C. C. Tcoll, II. T. Winston. Mm.
R. T. Winston. From Honolulu: Mrs.
C. Adair, .1. CarrutherH, A. II. Collbran.
Mrs. A. II. Collbran, Miss J. Hnwlcy,
W. K. Lee, Miss Helen Post, It. Walsh,
Olto Mill, Mrs. Otto Will.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
ppcity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 800
Gallon capacity. French Ranges, si
cs 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and seats suitable for
utc in schools or plantations. Sheet
Me'al Work and Plumbing.Estunates,
Jobbinir promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
' .ASSESS!!! ?T NO. 0
In tllO liani-iyri miiuiui ju-iicmu'.
Association due Dee. 15, los. do
hTiirtucnt Jun. 15, lftOD. All asses
tjjnents ar'o payable at the Sucretery'i
gofflce. Kaplolnnl Iluildlng, King nnd
Jjlnnlf boolcs of ull sot ts, ledgers,
Kold. ,!nnntirnuii"ii y "i muicim
fepulillshlns Company. ,
I FOR GROCERIES
I) King St. near Bethel.
g Telephone 76.
L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU ST near King.
HONOLULU, T. H,
(Continued from'Psai X)
ot a prosperous sugar plantation dis
trict Is the ambition of the men con
trolling the corporations combined in
the Maul Agricultural Company.
These men are also large owners In
the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Company, which has lands adjoining.
Tho resolution of tho Maul Agri
cultural Company and the letter of
Mr, Ilaldwln nre the proofs of the de
termination and enthusiasm behind
lf,,n It t) ltfil.twln nml Till) Ennn.
shall again be arrested on sufficient Harry A. and Frank F., managers ro-
proof, and committed by legal process
for tho same offense.
"It would ho an astounding Etnte
of affairs It .a. man, charged , with.
somo petty offense, and, 'being releas
ed, should at once on-one man'a-.wnrd
be sent, to the Insane, Asylum.
"it Is not Atcherley' battle that
I am fighting; It Is the battle ot all
decent member; of the community. ,
j am, as certain inui.uycior aicu
erley is sane as I am that he is In the
noxt room. I have known blm .for
many years, and have seen no signs
ot Insanity ln him, 0
"He, like any other man might, has
taken a dlsllka to Doctor Wayson.
"If any attempt 'Is made to arrest
Atcherley I will at once start con
tempt of court proceedings. If the law
Is constitutional, Atcherley Is entl
tied to his liberty. I believe In
twelve Jurors, not one man, having
the power to commit .a. man to the
Insane Asylum. '
"It is impossible to say xwhnt
might happen ln the future, hut I
om certain that Acherloy has no
wish to -Injure Dr, 'Waykon in any
Mrs, Atcherloy was not to be seen
specti.vely ot tho Maul Agricultural
and ,the Hawaiian Commercial plan
Ictlons.nre the moving. spirits.
j no wnoie proposition is more or
less Involved In the land exchange
by-wljlcb tho TerrltorJttIGovtrnmcnt
wt exchango somo eight hundred
acres of what Is known as the Oma
oplo land for twelve hundred acres
ot land, now .held by the Haiku Sugar
company, one or mo corporations in
eluded Jn the Maul Agricultural part
Land exchanges have not genorally
boe'n popular u Hawaii 'because some
of the people feel that the Territory
has not always got the beBt ot It,
This-case is one that, might properly
1)6, considered In the list ot those in
which the Territory gets full value
and a good deal more It the program
ot settlement Is carried out, and Con
gress takes no action In tariff mat
ters, that will Injure the future ot
tho American pineapple Industry.
Omaoplo Is a tract ot public land
surrounded by private holdings. In, a
season of drought It Is absolutely
barren, having no water for irriga
tion. The soil may or may not bo
good. The adjoining soils ralso good
(Continued from Pace A
signed Ordinances Nos. 1 und 2 (the
former nbollshlnc all committees nnd
During the recent pe-Lmr(,H created bv tho tirccedlng Hoard
rlod of drought, the most Berious tho o( supervisors, nnd tho latter giving
lalnmta hnt-n nvnnrloiirott In VPflH. tllll'...- . ,, I,....,. ........... t.
... wn .....u b,.v..w.. , ... , , linn BIUUUIUK tuilliuinvua iiu ci
Haiku lands had n thrifty appear
ance, nnd the ndjolnlng nreas not In
cluded In the exchango, but nppnr
crtly of Identical quality, raised Jhe
greatest quantity to the ncre of any
pine lands In the Territory of Ha
waii. The vylld grusses ond shrubs
were thrifty and suggest fertile noil,
' In fact, the Huku landB and tho
surroundings, taken In connection,
with tho transportation facilities
ready on demand, and the favorable
.location for homos, combines In one
of the most attractive hojnesteadlng
propositions thnt can be round on the
Island of Maul.
Added to the beauty ot location
and the fertility of the land Is the
moral Inthynce of adjoining corpora
tions and large financial Interests
that have already developed an In
duttry other than the cultivation ot
sugnr cane, and, furthermore, on-1
nounce their willingness to turn hun
dreds of acres of their own land over
to Intelligent farmers who wunt lands
for c-ul'lvatliri and homes, rather
than for speculation.
The nvoraga futility of tho boll Is
Finally, the great problem of trans
portatlon that lies at the bottom of
all success Is solved. The main
round-the-lslund road -passes through
the center of tho district. On tho
lower edge nnd nearer the sea tho
new line ot macadamized rond Is be
ing constructed. Once the land Is
Per stnir. Mauna Lon, far Maul and
Hawaii ports, Feb. 5. Dr. Derby, Mrs.
W. L. Durham. W. J. Cunls, 13. 11.
Hnrt, Father Charles, Q. Waller ami
party, E. Parish and wife, J, O. Young,
Geo. J. Campbell, Miss A. Thompson,
Rev. White, wife und daughter, Mt-fl.
II. C. Hapal.
Per i.tnir. W. G. Hall, foe Kami, Feb.
t It. W. Stevens, It. A. Kuv.-iia, It. O.
Henderson, A. I.niiiucli. Mrs. A. Lolel-
v.1 A Dumbs, Mrs. 1-3. O. Wagner, A. F.
i rTTTTTT: 1-
'A' Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
2 S. KINO ST. PHONE MS.
THE -BEST ';nTTE.SS"'W T0WM.
employ workmen ln the various de
partments under their Jurisdiction),
ana a resolution ratifying the prior
acta of the Iloaid. This was the last
thing necessary to complete the caao
and Deputy County Attorney Mllver-
tpn.at once started drawing up the
petition, the tiling or which will
mean the commencement of the man
It is supposed thnt tho Judge will
issue an alternative writ. That would
order the defendant cither to pay the
warrants or to show cause why he
should not do so.
"I do not hcllevo that It will bo
necessary for the Hoard of Supervi
sors to take any further nctlon In this
matter," sold Deputy County Attor
ney Mllverton this morning. "I be
lieve that the way Is now clear and
thnt wo are In n fair way to securo u
court opinion regarding this dispute
which means, of course, a settle
Acting supposedly on the advice of
tho County Attorney's office, Auditor
D.lcknell hns issued warrants on ull
demands passed by the Hoard ot Su
pervisors. Where the personnel of
the' 'Mayor's appointments nnd tho jo
ot (ho -Supervisors did not vary, the
Treasurer has paid those warrants.
In those cases whero the Mayor and
the Supervisors aro nt outs, the war
rants have been held up.
This made way for the mandamus
proceedings lo compel the'Troasuior
to pny, ond It will now rest with the
Court to decide which appointees nre
entitled to pay, those, of the .Mayor
or thoso of tho Hoard.
Tho return day for tho proceedings
will piobably he early noxt week,
possibly Tuesday, as both sides aie
equally nnxlous to have the matter
settled at the earliest possible mo
For San Frnnclnco, per O. 8. S. Ala
meda, snlllug Fob. 10. Mrs. J. W.
Snunders, Mrs. D. Paris, Miss Vnn Or
den. Mrs. P. L. Peters, MIbs llrook,
Al. Pngo and wlfo, .1. II. Arcndt. Mm.
II. W. Ilowmaii and friend, II, 8.
C'rano. V. L. Teunoy, t). II. llnxter,
Mrs. C. T. llnxter. Miss M. K. Gorman.
8. C. Smith, K. F. Hall, J. S. Potter.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcintosh.
Per stnir. Clnudlno, Dennett, for
Maul nnd Hawaii ports, S p. m Feb. C.
Mrs. W. 11. Deas, II. M. Alexander
nnd wlfo, G. P. Wilcox, W. U Uelgor,
H. T. Hayselden, II. M. Glttel, Mrs. A.
J, Gomhes, Misses Gomes,
For Japan and China per T. li. S. S.
Chlyo Morn, Feb. 5, 5 p. ni, W. 1-3.
I.ro, A. II. 'Colhrun and wife, O. A.
Will nnd wife, W. 8. Hall and wlfo,
W. 1-3. Ciellln and Laurn Martin.
Ladles should boo tho stilts n6w on
display In Sachs' window that will bo
hacrlrlccd on Monday.
A list of the officers elected to servo
for tho enbiilng year In the B. O. Wil
der Estate Is published In this Issue.
Y. Yniiuiiiioto, charged with bribery
of an ouicer at Walulin; John Lna.
charged with burglary In the first and
In the tocoiid degieo; and Ah Nt-u.
charged with burglary of the Kamu
liameha saloon, wcro this morullng or
lalgiiedbeforo Judge De Holt and In
dictments returned yesterday by tho
Thero will bo a Meeting of the Cu
ollc Ladles' Aid Society nt the convi
ut 3 p. in. today.
Society nt tho convent
Sea Wrens, $100
18-fpot Motor Launch with 4-'Jycle
Motor, f 175, Complete.
.'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.
THE U. 8. A. T. llufnrd. brlnalnu
tho Philippine' Constabulary hand, is KING
expected hourly from Manila today
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors ana
oasnes nought and Sold.
i'., PA1AMA JUNCTION
L.. . t!"- nt-
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