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. EVENING nUU.RTIN, HONOLULU T. H WEDNESDAY, FEI1. 10, 1060
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I BlflOUlW y iiRiru
I ' WEEKLY CALENDAR
Hawaiian -Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Rerj.
ular, 5 p. m.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No, 3 Reg
All visiting members of the
Oritur arc cordially Invited to
uttctii) meetings of local ludgo
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cveijr Monday evening t
7:30 lu 1. O. O. P Hall, Port Street.
K 11. HENDRY. Sciretar).
1" I) WU'KU, N O
All visiting brothels very cordially
0AIIU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets oery first and third Fri
day ovonlng at 7.30 In K. of 1'. Hall,
cornor Fort and lleretanla. VUltlug
brothers cordially linltcd to attend,
I-' It NTGHNT. C C.
It GOSLING. K It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I-odgo No. 61C, B. P. 0.
K villi meet lu their hall on King
near Tort Sliect every I'rlday even
ing. Ity order of the 13. It.:
HENRY C. HASTON.
WM, II. McINEKNY, E. II.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mocta every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. n,rt nnd llerctanla. Visit
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at
toud. F. SI McGItnW. C C
H. A. J.U'OHSKN. K. H. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th "WrcD
NESDAY evenings of each tnoutb at
7: 'JO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cornet
Ocrctnnl.i and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aru invited to at
tend. W. I.. I-TIASEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day of each month nt Knights of
Pithlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
A. I). AHLEiail, Sachem.
A. E. MUItPIIY, C. of II.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your orricr for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer King nnd Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guarantee! Abstlutely Pure.
' CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTINO.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; V 0. Box 014.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
111 the llarrliion Slutual Ilrnnvnlnnl
Absoclilllon duo Hoc. IT,, 1008, do
lliHIiiollt Jan. l.ri, 1900. All assess
ments uro payable nt tho Secretary's
oince, Knplolnul Uulldlng. King and
lllaiil; books of nil r.orts, ledgors,
etc., iiianufnctiircd by tho llullotlii
&Mt JMi?fhMiik ift.a
Old-styln straight Ken
tucky llourbon. Conti
nental wsb the favorite
.of t lie Southern gentry
of "hefoah the wnr"-po-rind.
'A good, honest,
filrndly old whiskey'."
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
Wc have them: Tennis Balls,
Tennis Racquets, Tennis Nets, Red
Dot Golf Balls, Silk Pneumatic Golf
Balls, Tennis Racquets Rcstrung.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
CLEANEST in the world.
CHEAPEST because they last
longest. Sold by the
Alexander Young Building.
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU ;QIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not feel it. You will have a
watch and a good one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
Get it Now on our easy-pay-ment
plan. Come in and hear
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BAHNHART,
133 Merchant St.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
(VINES, LIOUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor,
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Encore Salo'on
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve. you,
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the ' '
with their new FRENCH
dry-cleaning process, ' '
57 Beretania St. Phone 1491,
I 'ill I.Hllk".
l V. . I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is the best time to find ' n
high-price customer for your proper
ty. A Bulletin Want Ad. will
Ten good nuto hacks. Phono C.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
A fine ring has boon lost. See ad,
Attorney V. A. Kinney was among
tho nrilvnln from Knunl today.
Tako your carriage or uutoniobltu
to llnv.-iilnti Cnrilagu Maufg. Co., for
Hlion Low returned this morning lu
thn Jitnit'M Mnkee from Piikoo, Molo
kni. II. M Kiiiillm, the "cannon-b.ill" of
Kohala, ulll be among tho arrivals In
the M n u n,i Ken on Saturday.
Coat your Iron ruofs with 'Arabic."
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed CO., ItgeiltS.
On Installments of $.1 nor mouth you
can purel.iiro n While Family Hiiluiy
sowing mnchlnc. Penny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12GG Fort St. Phono 488.
Meet your friends at Koyal Annex.
(In to Jlli'm'H today tmd get a shirt
wnlst at n bargain price unheard ot be
fore this sale. There is great vuluo in
James J Harvey, guiirdlau of tbu
llnrve) minors, bus fllod his final ac
counts and petitions fur his discharge
from further lesponslblllty.
The Chinese Athletle Club will hold
Hh monthly lneetlng In its hall next
Friday night. Alt the members urn
urgently reipiested to he piesent.
Japanese Consul General Ujono will
go to linn nil and Maul In May. Whllo
there be will Investigate the condition
of the Japanese, on the plantations.
Henrietta Anoeklonu Kallllnulann
was today npixdntod by Judge llobln
fun ndmlnlt.trntrl'C of the estnto of
(loo Tnl Hlng, who died Intestate Jan
Tho Park Theatre, corner of Fort
nnd Chaplain l.unti will Hhortly open
with n motion picture kIiiiw. Mr Wer
ner, the pioneer In this line lu HuwuH
Ik the manager.
MAYOR WILL SIGN
THE PAY DEMANDS
Bills Will Then Be Up
To The County
The attai lies of the Major's olTIco
nro bus) tpcwilllug the little slips
of paper whli h Ills Honor is attach
ing tn alt pay demands which liQ
coiintei! Ii:iik these days. The bills,
passed Lift night by the Hoard of Su
pervisors, lire now In the Mnyor'R
hands, nnd Juct us hooii nn tho iunll
fylng slips i-ati be attached, they will
he sent to the Auditor.
Illeliiiell will Issue warrants just
as hkjii an the demands, countersign
ed by tho Mid or, are placed In bin
hands, mid it will then be up to thn
Treasurer to decide what action ho
It Is thought 111,'ly that such bills
as nre connected with the undisputed
olllces will be paid, but that all In
debtedness Inclined by tho disputed
commlttrci will be held up pending
(he decision of the court.
(Continued From Page 1)
were decided iiion. All taxes to bo
collected by county ticaaurers.
A Hill will ho brought lu to raise
tho School Tax to 17 per capital, and
exempting those whov otcd at tho last
Joint rcsolutlonH will bo ennveved to
Congress asking thnt only citizen lab
or bo employed on Territorial works.
A bill providing for a sinking fund
for loan ledemptlon will bo proposed;
also ii bill to redeem tho newer bonds
by assessing the iibtittlng pnipnrlv
owners for thulr slinru of tho cost of
A Joint resolution will go to Con
gress nuking thnt thu deep sea llsh
erleH ho purchased.
A new election law will bo Intro-1
diiced providing thnt nil candidates'
names In each precinct for every posl
Hon fiom Delegate to Deputy Sheriff,
bo pi luted in parallel columns, nnd
that nil porsons to bo voted for lu each
precinct be placed on tho one ballot.
Another meeting of tho Democrats
will bo hold at 7:30 p. in, tomorrow.
CHANQES OF MASTERS.
Tho following changes of m.lstora
were rccordod at the San Francisco
Custom hoiico on December H: Steam
er Queen, H. Jcpsen vlco N. B. Cous
ins; steamer Slontlcello, J. II. Cun-
uliighnm vlc A. C. Parker; steamer
Alliance, K. 1), Tin sons vlro n. W. 01
noil, reported rtom Portland.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W." W. Aharia Co.,
02 S. KING ST. PHONE 5,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
CHINESE FOR EQUALITY
WASHINGTON U C , Feb 0 A Chlnec memorhl, addressed to the
President, iii'.nplnliis of disci linluntlor. in tho general treatment of Chi
nese In the schools as rompared with Jnpnncse, nnd enters a strong pro
test. It piopoxes to hnve the s. hool laws tested In the courts, ns Presi
dent Hoosovolt tliicatcncd In ni.o dlsiilmlnntlon was followed up ngnlnat
WASHINGTON. 1. C, l-'eb.
Unimex today about a iliauge In the
nnl. the debate liiwilvlng Uh ronsiru rtion ami type. The Inlcrnceniilc U.i
nal Committee of the Senate bus reported adversely which calls for r
ir.UO.ODO. bond h.mie.
SACItAMKNTO, Calif, l'eb. S. -Tim Governor wiih in ruiifcrenre to
night with thn leadera and oiponent ot tho iintl-Japnuc c ngltatloii.
Thoso prevent refuxed to divulge the
m i i
PHKING, China. IVb P. Hsu
linn been apiMiluted president of tho
ang, Vlccioy uf Yuiiati. has succeded
WASHINGTON. I) C. Feb. !
to the command nf the Army lu the
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
has just arrived from New York, including very attractive
designs in Flanncllct, Gingham, and Cbambray. Also plain
Gray, Blue, Pink, and Assorted Colon.
ROMPER SUITS for Boys at 50c A SUIT.
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
Phone G27, Cor. King & Bethel Streets. P. 0. Box 053
A shipment of unnls balhi r.ckets
nnd nets has Just arrived for Wall
A meeting of thn sliicklmlderH of the
Wnlninunlu Sugar Co will lie held at
0.30 u. lu, Februar :M at the ulllce of' that the Miip'p here had thought that
W. G. Irwin ft Co. the .Inmes Mnkee had gone to Christ-
Wo liavo oerj variety of the fam..maH Island.
our Heinz Ii". Older sour grocerlen!
fnini in. J. SI Levy ft Co., King
street, near Itetbel. Phono 7C.
The annual meeting of tho iitock
holders of the Wehu Agricultural Co.'
will be held nt 1 p. in. February 21, lit
the ofllce of W. G. Irttln ft Co. I
Tho regular annual meeting of stock.'
holders of Pouahawat Coffee Co., Ltd.,
will be held at the (ifflco of W. O. Ir
win ft Co. Feb. SI, (it 2:30 p. m.
Call on the genial Charlie Uimbert
and view his gieat collection of curios,
'and refresh the Inner man with a glass
of tho best draft beer In the city.
Aro ou looking for new dining room
furniture? Coyne Fiiriiiluie Co. have
Just received a new lot, In which jou
nro siiro to find something to suit.
Uveryhod) knows that Prlmo Ileer
has the best nnd softest flavor of any
beer brewed. That means quiUty In
tho brewing, and In the materials used
Don't do without the Victor Talking
Slnchlno aliv longer. There Ik no re-i-ton
why you should. Call nnd hear U
and cuniiilt us about our easy pay
ment plan, llergstrom .Music Co., Mil.
Why should you pay two to three
dollais moie for tho same ipiallty of
hhoe vou pan get at the 1Ieg.il Shoe
Store for S3.S0 nnd J)1.0O? Latest
Spring Htyleii In. McCaudless building.
The annua! meetings of stockholder
of the sugar plantations lepieseuted
by Cnstlo ft Cooke aro to bo held on
(he 251b, 2Gth and 27th of this month.
For full particulars t,eo notices pub
llshed eUewhero In this Issue.
(Continued from Pace 15
before tho Supremo. Court this morn
ing, County Attorney Cathnart making
thu nrgimient for tho Territory and 1.
A. Sltignou talking u behalf of Atch
orley At tho conclusion of tho nrgu
ment the court took tho matter under
advisement and lemnnded Atcherley to
the custody of tho High Sheriff, who
wni ordered In hi lug tho doctor to
comt tomorrow niornlim'.
TUG MAKEE BRINGS
(Continued from Pare
(owing a gasollno launch, for which
the went to Molnkal.
Kerbody on hoard tho Slakeo Is
safe and well and glad (o got hack lo
Honolulu oneo moro. liben liw, who
went up ns a passenger, returned lu
her toilnv. Ho stated that ho wont up
to Sloloknl to bring down tho gasollno
launch, which has now become the
property of tho Sillier Salvago Com
I'in The launch, nccoidlng to one of the
men, had been lying Idle for the lact
eighteen months, Its machinery had
been out of commission for somo time
and Its former owner, whoso nhino the
present ownerii do not caio to divulge
had prnctloally abandoned her. The
launch Is a largo and comfortable look
lag i-iaft. Shu will ho taken over to
tho uuirlito rally this afternoon, When
Vlmtrff. trf; MuJi :. tr.
!!.--There was n long dlRCiis-don in both
mlmlnlntnitlon methods t the Ca-
Shlh Chang. Viceroy of Manehurla,
Hoard of Communications, list I.I
-(iineral Duvnll Iiiih been nppolnted
lepalred nnd painted hIhi will be one
of the best looking craft lu Honolulu
The owners hIII, It Is wild, iimi her
for salvage purpit.es, when needed
hut otherwise hIiu will bo iwd In ply
lug between Honolulu and Pearl liar
i bor The launch was formerlj used
In carrying palali and fish between
Mnlokal, l.,iliiilua en. I Kahonlaue. 11m
when her former owner found II wire
not making money, he abandoned hei
linil had her hauled nihoru.
Kben l.oiv was greatly surprised to
learn, when he arrived this morning
(Continued from P?r i
ney in town ba-i been suggested as a
possible sucresi-or to Sir. Ilreckous by
fomebody. For It Is tnl.cm for grant
ed that the ofllce Is to go lo somo Ho.
iiolulu man. It Is believed that tin)
old policy of allowing mainland Sen
ators to claim all the wift snaps in
Hawaii us their perqulsltos to bo dis
tributed among their proteges Is out
lawed and that lu the future Hawaii-
nn Federal Jobs will be for residents
of the Tenltory.
SI. F. Prosser Is ono of thoso prom
inently mentioned us n possible suc-
resMir to Mr llreckons, nnd Sir. Pro.s
ser'a many fi lends are hoping that
the ilium will fall lu his hip If ho
If the ofllce Is to go to one of 11l3
Thwlng riiiwil. Judge IlinnnliiovJ
would be the logical successor of tliui
present Incumbent, ns he huckc.l
llirekoiiH' persistent enemy consUt
nnlly. George A. D.ivls would pro'i
nlily object to being Included in Hie
same list, but he would hardly object
In being offered the Job, nnd It Is not
'extremely piobahlc that he would re
fute It If It were offered.
W. T. ItawlliiH, Assistant United
Stutea District Attorney, might reas
onably expect tho appointment if the
fact of his being familiar with tha
work were tho wile consideration, but
as Influence counts for pioro than ex.
pcrlcucc, Mr. Hnwllus wilt probably
find his work cut out for him f he
uuikca an effort to land tho Job.
Of course tlic.ro Is Jack Atkinson.
He has bcc.n mentioned for every
considerable Job that hns become va
cant since ho leslgncd his position ns
Sceietary of tho Territory, and II
would never do to leave him out. Hut
theie Is nothing to indicate that Sir.
Atkinson is making an effort to its
sumo the m 'i it tie of KHJah nt this
time exce, t bin preoccupied look.
A. (!. SI. Robertson Is among those
named, but ho would not think of
giving up his law practice for the
salary that tho United States District
Aild there nre others, lots ot them,
for them aro ninny lawvers lu Hono
lulu mid thoy aro all among tho pos
sibilities, until tho nppolntinent is
made. Meantime, no appointment
can ho mado until thu (imco Is va
cant and Sir. llreckons Is District
Attorney until ho resigns, Hut the
riohnhllltlcH appear to bo that the
race Ib between SI. F. Prober nnd
W. T. Unwllns, nnd that ono or tho
other of them will bo tho next United
States District Attorney.
General Rhnkeup lu army depart
ments nu coast due to coming of
Wcrton and Harry,
gy BULLETIN ADS PAY flQj
.!..'....". . i.svw UHiul
Wedneiday, Ferbruary 10.
SAN KllANCISCO-Arrived lei),
8. fl. Knterprlsc, from Hllo.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed Feb. J:
H. S. Hllonlnn, for Honolulu,
GAVIOTA Auiveil Fib, TO:
W. S. Porter, henco Jan. SI.
Sp. SI. K. Chllcolt, heuco Jan. 31 (In
tow of S. 8. W. H. Porter.)
VOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 10:
S. 8. Korea, for Honolulu,
Tuesday, February 9.
YOKOHAMA Arilved Feb, 0:
S. 8. Slnnchuiln, hencu Jan. "H,
Ni;WCA8Tl.i: Arrived Jan. 18:
S. S. Vermont, from Kleele, Dec 2.1.
THE COAL STKAMKIl Wvnstnn,
which made the passage from New-
cattle, Australia, to Honolulu lu twenty-four
days, arrived jesterday nfter-
i.oon nnd docked nt tho lllshop slip
ihortly after 5 o'clock. Sho brought
,372 tons uf coal, which she com
menced, to discharge Immediately. Ac-
coulliig to the ofllc?rs, the Klvaston
will probably be laid up nfter t-ho to
Hims to Australia. The fi fighter was
chartered by J. ft A. Ilrown for twelve
mouths and tho I lino will. It Is nald.ex
plro ns soon na sho gets luck to her
THK RTHAMKIt W. G llnll arrived
this morning fiom Kaunlwllli n mull
list nf passengers ami the following
cargo: K, S. SI., S.'UO bigs sugar, 118
bags tnro, 11 empty gas drums, 18
empty wlno barrels, II empty beer bar
rels, 31 enr wheels, 25 c-vses honey, 1 1
cases wax, 1 bull, I horse, So piek.iges
sundries. Purser Chancy roirtn the
following sugar on Knunl leady fur
shipment: P., 1170: 11. SI.. Siiflt); K.
P., 2f0; Slnkee. 2 j Mill; K. H. Co..
K.0O; K. 8. SI.. 13e(l; V. K.. 150(1; G.
ft It.. 8.183: Sic!!., 2IH58; , 700.
AITBIt WAITING for the moon
which lose nt about u o'clock lust
night, the Tenvti Main, aided by the
Intrepid, backed nut into thu stream
and headed for Sail Francisco. The
baseball players vho h-ive been pla
lug here against the All Hawaii ti-im
were among the pishengers who left
In the Klseii KaltOia liner.
TlIK STKAMHIl James Mnkee of
tho Miller Salvage Company which
left for Uili.ilnn last Frldiy night, re
turned this morning fiom Piikoo, Slo
loknl, ducking at the fool of Fori
street nt 1 o'clock She towed hie
a gasoline launch, which will be given
n general overhauling on the m-.'.rliie
TilK INTER-ISLAND i learners
which left last night for their vniluitn
ports of call were the Sllkahala fur Slo
lokal, Maul and Laual, an I Klirm fur
Kauai. They sailed tit 5 o'clock.
THE STKAMKIl Nllhau sailed uMiy
nt noon for Mahukoiri, Hawaii. She
took mall and freight
IS DUE SATURDAY
Satuiday morning (ho 1'. S. Army
tinnspoit Sheridan will reach heie.
A wireless was leielved fiom (lie
ship (his morning, announcing nil
well on hoard and that good piogress
Is being made.
Tho Sheildan is bringing n largo
consignment of supplies for tho local
(J. Sr, depot. Comnilssury stoics
fin m n considerable portion of the
cargo and the local depot, which has
inn rather short sluco the arrival of
the Increased garrison, will bo re-sup.
Thn Shcrldun also carries a largo
iiuautlty of supplies for tha Philip
pine Islands. She Is one of tho hug
(st transports In the service and has
a big height capacity.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Feb. 0, 1009,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Young Kam to Chun Dal Toug. . .PA
I.V of W C Lunnlllo by tis to First
Amcr Bav & Tr Co ot Hawaii
Kaiihn el al by intgco to William
It Castle tr ForcEntry
J II Knuaulii and wf to William
It Castle ForCEntry
Chang Kim nnd vvf ot al to Mull
llldg & Loan Sue or II Ltd SI
Get man Sav ft Loan Sue et ul by
tr to Cnrolltin Fcrrelra D
Oallll College by lis to J I! Ather-
ton Est Ltd D
Entered for Record Feb. 10, 1000,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
lllshop of Zeugma nnd by tr tq F
W Slncfnrlaiio tr Assmt in Tr
Samuel C Dwlght nnd wf to James
C A llldlnger and wf to Mutt llldg
ft Loan Sou of 11 Ltd. . . . AdtlChg
Lilla Slaunnkeii nnd hub et al to
Philip L Weaver SI
Judge Harry W. lloguo nnd Mis,
Aiiastaslu .Nortuti or i'oitl.ind a in
married lu San Francisco
2sjr"For 0lo" eardi at Oulletln.
IN FOREIGN P0HT8
' "''-'"'ir fai?i.ZS--
Tuesday. February P.
Dr. 3. 8. Klvasloti, Putt from New
castle, 1 P. m.
Wednesday February 10.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, fiom
iCnuul, a. m.
SJlriir. Juineii Mnkee, Thompson, fiom
Molnkal, 4 n. in.
Tucsftvy. February 0.
T. K. K. S. 8. Tonyo Mnru, Hunt, fur
Snii Francisco, 0:15 p. nt.
Wednesday, Febiuary 111.
O. 8. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for Sail
Francisco, 10 a. m.
f DUE TODAY i
Jap, 8. 8. Kltsagata Slaru, from o
kuhnmn. Am. lik, Alden Ilcsse, from Snn Pe
dro. 'i' DUE TOMORROW f
8tmr. Clnudlne. Ilenuvtt, from Ilu
wall nnd Maul, n. m.
Am. sp. W.
Stmr. W. (1
Kuiial, 5 p. m.
P. Frye. Slurphy
Hall, Thompson, for
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, fiom Kauai,
Feb 10. dus Hose, Sirs Ito Hng.il.
W. A. Kinney, lllshop Smith, J. J.
Page, llev. Wailman and 13 deck.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
Fitr Sun Francisco, per O. 8. S. Aim
niedn. Feb. in. in n. in Sirs. L. Chnmf
linn. Sirs. I.iilgen (' H Snednker, Sirs
J. W. Saunders. Sirs. E. .1. Uird, Sirs.
D. Palls, J. G. Hallerali. Sirs, lmilon,
Mr. nnd Sirs. P. 1 Peters. J. SI. John,
ion. Mather Levlntlne, Sister Slary
Allder, Sirs. J. W. lleane, Sirs. IlrmkH,
Sllrses McLean. Sirs. J. II. Aieiidl.
Slin II. W. Ilowaii and friend. Sir and
Sirs. A. Pnge. 11. 8. Crane, C. E. Foye,
8. Durkin ami wife. V. L. Teliney. 11. 8.
Morris, A. L, Chase. Sirs. Chase, L.
I.Miian. O. It. Ilnxlel. Sirs. C. F. Pal
let, Sirs. J. A. Gorman, Miss SI E Gor
man. Sirs. T. W. Lee S. C Smith. E.
T. Hall. .1. 8. Putter. Sir. and Sirs. Mr
Inliich. L. A. Slay nnd wife C. T. Phil
Ill m. David Smiley. D. I! Iloby.
Per Mmr. Kliiait. Gregory, for Kauai,
Feb. !), 5 p. in Z. K. Meeis. E. A.
Knudseii and wife, W. I). Slcllivdi',
John Gill. Sits. Jno. Gill, Sllss Gill,
Mrs. '., K. Sleyers.
Per stmr. Sllkahala Pill)!, for Slolo
knl, Maul nnd I.nnal. Feb. P, 5 p. m
-'. I). .McVeigh. F. W. Pease.
Per stmr. W.
Feb. II, ,', p. m.;
Itock. Hall, for Kauai,
P. Kliildsen, J. T.
Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Tempeiutiiies 0 u. m., fi.1; 8 n. in.
'!: Hi ii. m 72; noon, 72; morning
Ihtromctcr. 8 n. in., 30.00; ubsoliilu
humidity. 8 a. in.. 5.010 grains per
cuble foot; lolatlvo humidity, 8 u m,
73 per eer.t; dew point, 8 a. m., 59.
Wind 0 a. in,, velocity 0, direction
N. i:.; 8 ii. in. velocity 3, direction N.
E.; 10 a in., nlnclly S, dliuetlon W ;
iiimiii, velocity II, direction 8, W.
Itulnfull during 21 Iiuiuh ended 8 a.
ni .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hourH ended ut noon, 135 miles.
W.M. II HTOCK.MAN.
Section Dlierlor, 1'. S Weather llureau
P0LLITZ SAYS PRICE WILL RISE
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(elved this morning by 11. St Goaf
fiom his San Francisco partner, Sir.
Pollltz. The piesent condition lu thn
sugar niaiket Is unprecedented. Tho
tlmo never was when the dUpailty
between the London nnd thu Now
Vol I; price was so gieat, and It Is nil
hi ought about by n light between tho
Federal Itellnery trust nnd tho Amer
ican Sugar Kellnury tiust.
It cannot long continue according
to the expel ta. London Is not pac
ing what amounts to four cents for
Its sugar Just for the pleasure of It,
The prlre on that sldu tho water la
normal while the Now York pi Ice Is
ubnoimal, cicuted b extiuoidluary
nun Lot (oudlttuus, There cunnot rail
to he an advance mill Mr. St. Itn.ir
Kli.oks for u considerably higher aer-
n ge than now provuils.
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h'ikinlu acted as though he had a 111
iiiid began going lliioush a belles or
contortions. Lake thrust a bottle of
ammonia wilder his nose, and ipi'ekly
bieught him to his wiih .
Tho defonsn claims that KnlclJtlnl Is
subject to epileptic tits A few ihivi
ago his mother, while going from Hi
trial .fell to the Hour of a stieit ,i,
In an alleged fit
Sea Wrous, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. $175. Comnlcte.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. I50A1
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St.