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Perfection l1th Utgice.
Paolflc First Doore-
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially lnvlled to
attend meetings of local lodges
EfAItMONX LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. T.
U.-.L mnrT Monday evening it
XlSO in 1. O O r Hall, Tort Street,
i;. Jl. lH5NDflY, Secretary,
1'. I). ICK15, N. a.
'All visiting brotueis very cordially
OAHU LODGE. Mo. 1, K. of P.
1 Meets wry first nnd third Frl
iuv -ventni: at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Koit and lleretanU. Vlsttlug
Brothers cordially luvlled to nltenrt.
i. it. nuohnt, C. C.
I It. C10SLINU. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE C1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I-Oilgo No. CtC. 11. 1'. 0.
Kilts, meets In their liall, u Kins
Stiwt,.n.'.ir Fort, every Filda) even
lag. VIhiIiir lirothers arc iordlall
invited to nliend
15. A. IIOI'TIIITT. i: II.
I 11. C. IIASTUN, Sec'y.
i7m. M'KUILEY LODGE No.S, K.ofP.
i Meets every 2nd aud 1th Saturday
MODI ii at 7"30 o rlncK In K. of -'.
lloli, cor. Fort and llerctanln. VUli
inp brothers cordl illy Invited to at
tend. j m. iicom:v. c. c.
15. A. JACOUSI5N, K. It. S.
BONOLULU AEniE 140, F. 0. .
.'etli! on the 2nd and 1th WKU-KL-SUAY
oveiiir.gs of each month at
3:30 oclock 1. It. of P. Hull, corner
Uerctanla and Kort streets.
i Visiting Knglea aro iuvltcd to at
I V. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOP.E. 8ecy.
UAWAIIAll TUIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
I, Meets .very first and third Thurs
Sa) of each month at Knights ot
Pythias ilnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
(5150 B1.I511S0N, Sachem.
15. V. TOOI). (' of It.
is a Dividend
?' It'e tlxe way to
Jlonoiuiu Gas Co,
J Riclio-n Street
t -ar-a a mtmn" si
LOCAL AN1) GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good nutohnck Phono
Senator V J. Coolho Is III
Al. Thurlow of Iho Itoyal Annex
servos tho finest meals In tow"
8 1'na. I'outiiv Hhurlff of Hawaii, Is
In town Ho arrived Saturday
Tako your carriage nr automobile
tr Hawaiian Carriage Stanfg. Co., foi
p-todnto repairs. .
Major 11 W Wheeler returned In
tin1 steamer Manna Ken.
II A llahlwln of Slant ,was nmonr.
iho pirscngors on the Manna Kea.
Inlcr-Uland and O, It. & 1. shipping
Looks f oi Kale at tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
office. 50 each.
II. K. Kaliau'clln of l.ahalna, Maul,
was among the Incoming passengers In
tho Manna Kea.
Dr. O'llay and family relumed on
Hie Mnuna Kea from a visit to 111-1
Island of Hawaii.
.Miss J. 15. Johnson of this city
wns recently at tho Hotel Jefferson
In San Francisco.
Among the passengers who arrived
In the Mamin Kea wns V. T. Ilawllns.
the Assistant District Altornoy.
Noli' the six big specials In Sachs"
ad for Mnnda, Tuesdaj and Wednes
day. Chance for money saving.
Anything new In tho sporting "no'
An) thing good In the liquor ll.no? You
e.in llud It at "The Two Jacks."
Ilium is offering superior draperies
ut veiy low prices. See his large
dock Kort bticet, opposite the Cath-lit-
'The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
1 c t i n office
II K llonlnc )estcrday completed
his pU tines of Hawaiian boys riding
Hie surf at Walklkl Heneh. They will
! shown at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
15 II. t'ant. formerly manager of the
Uawallim mahogany company, will
shortly stmt another mill for ohla ties
at Puna. Associated Willi nun in I no
eiitci prise Is ('. llolte.
Lucas llros. hae received the con
tract fur supplying the window and
loor-screens for tho new barracks
which aro being constructed at Kort
Phaflcr Their bid was $3238.
Tin: cotton-grow Ing experiment on
thu Van Valkenburg place In (ho Lcl
Whtu-Walpahu district Is said to be
iiirnlng out successfully. Tho cotton
grown Is of the Sea Island variety.
Services ut tho penitentiary wero
held Smiilnv morning, tho nddrer.R bo
lus dillveretl by Kil Towso. Ills sub
ject wns ihe "Star of Hope," Illustrat
ing It in a very forceful mannor l)
lessons ft urn everyday life.
Invitations were Issued today for
i lie annual ball of tho Marino Ikittallou
lo lie given at Dip Young Hotel tho
I'vciiiiig of Juno 4. Tho officers nnd
enlisted men of the battalion aro tak
ing an active part In tho affair that
will be a vury successful function.
The melodrama of Knoch Arden,
Miss .Margaret Clarke, pianist, aud
Mrs. I'. T. P. Waterhouse, reader, wl)l
be presumed tomorrow evening at the
residence of Sir. and Sirs. J. A. Sic
C'andless. al 8: IS. Tickets on salo at
the llergstrom Sliislc Co,
A very Interesting service was held
it the Leahl Home yesterday after-
noun under tho auspices ot the Kp
north League of the First M. 15.
church This service was in charge of
J M Mnrl.n, and thosn who helped to
make the service bright and cheerful
were Mrs Howen, J. O. Day, Win.
Knntt and SIlss Thompson, with thu
violin who led tho singing.
We Can '
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
i t i-t
Formerly cutter for H. P. Both, is
now in .charge .of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S 'TAILORING' DEPARTMENT.
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At" Your Grocer's.
FOR-SALE AT ALL-BaIRS
Holllster Drug Co. Just received n
fresh lot of Shirley poppy Beeds.
Oat & .Vonsman have Just received
rt new stocK or vveniocK. i.awn. me
Ideal paer for social corresiioiidenee.
Note Sachs ad In today's Issue. He
sides new goods there nro nix specials
for Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday
that will appeal to every economical
Good Investments bring rlchea, but
wise Investors are few. Unless yon
have absolute confidence In your own
ability, why not leave jour funds wltn
Illshop Trust Company to Invest fi'
ou In substantial, dividend-paying
Klfteen hundred dollars In new woo!
loll materials arrived In the Alameda
for W. W. AJiana Co., tailors, opposite
tho Advertiser office. These are the
latest patterns for men's stylish cloth
K. of P. cottage to let on Union
street and Harden .Line, close to busi
ness. 15leetrlc lights and gas arrange
ments Apply to J. SI. McChesncy, If!
Supreme Court Decides
Resersed Question '
It Is not against tho statutes of tho
Territory for a prvate attorney to as-
slst the public prosecutor In (ho pros-.
edition of a criminal case. If the pub
lie prosecutor consents.
This is tho opinion of Ihe Supremo
Court rendered this morning In the
matter of tho Territory of-Ilawnll vs.
Chong Chak I.nl. Tho question arose,
over tho employment of A. S. Hum
phreys to assist In tho prosecution of
Chong Chak I.nl, who was Indicted by
tho drawl Jury on the charge of hnV
Ing criminally libeled ,th.c Chlpcse Con
sul. Tho Consul employed Hum
phreys, and .the attorneys lor the de
fense objected, rnlulnj Iho question for
the first time In this Territory ns to
tho legality of the employment of prl-j
vnto counsel to assist the prosecution.
Tho question was argued before
Judge Do Bolt, who, however, did not
pass upon It, but reserved tho question
to tho Supremo Court.
Tho Court, In deciding the question,
say ii :
Wo do not consider thai tho statute
presents any question for construction
as to Its meaning. Tho attorney gen
eral and his deputies are required to
appear for the Territory In all public
prosecutions nnd aro responsible on
their oaths of olllco for the performance
of their duties without fee or reward.
Thoy cannot delegate the performance
to private persons nor Is this done by
permitting an attorney employed by
private persons to assist In trials. The
attorney general docs ,not thus relln
qutsli his control over a case. It would
bo tho duty of the court to restrain
any exhibition of spite or any attempt
at persecution on tho part of counsel
so engaged. Tho public conscience
would quickly be aroused by any a
pearanco of administering tho criminal
law for merely prlvato ends. Juries
would be prompt to show by their
verdicts their souse of such misuse of
public functions. Indeed, astute coun
sel v;ould avoid tho Impression of try
ing to wrcaK private vengennco unuei-
the pretence of assisting In a fair and
honorable prosecution of crime.
Whether a statnto Is desirable which
shall prohibit tho attorney general
from obtaining or accepting tho aid ot
attornoys to be paid for their services,
either by tho government or by prlvato
persons, may admit of gruvo doubt In
view of tho hitherto -unquestioned
practice, but tho statute does not pro
hibit the practice. It Is ono of tho
rights of attorneys to appear In all
tho courts of tho Territory "In behalf
of third pertons who may choose to
retain them for the prosecution or do
fense of actions civil, criminal or
mixed" (Sec. 170Q II, U), and whllo
this does not authorize appearing In
cases In which clients are not par
ties this statute appears to recognize
tho propriety of tholr being author
ized to appear as assistant counsel for
The question submitted Is answered
In the affirmative.
'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
In New Woolens
just arrived in the S. S. Alameda.
These embrace the very latest pat
terns in materials for men's stylish
clothing. Ready for inspection.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
'King Street, opp, Advertiser Office,
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Honolulu, t. il, Monday, may
WASHINOTON, May 23. Secretary Meyer nnnonncrs the nnval
program to he two Dreadnoughts, seven destroyers and ono repair ship.
GEORGIA RAILROAD TIED UP.
AUGUSTA, (la.. Slay 23. The
gia Central railroad struck today to,
, i i m
JOHN HAYS HAMMOND FOR CHINA.
NEW YOllK, May 22. It Is reported that John Ilnys Hammond,
the celebrated mining engineer, will be offered the post of Minister lo
China. ' i
I.ISIION, May 23. China has made a demand upon Portugal to ic
nounco her SIncnnn dependencies, Jlrltlsh Intervention Is llirenteneil.
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TRAIN ROBBED, OF MAIL.
BAN FRANCISCO, Slay 22. A Union Pacific trnln near Omtilia
was held up by bandits tonight nnd robbed of Its registered mall.
AUGJIISTA, ,0n Slay 23. The Georgia Central Itallway Is tied MP
by tha strike one! lifts stisiendcd operations. The mnnagehient iihUm for
the protertlon of the mllltla. ,
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BALDWIN TU BUILD
HOME W THE AGED
II P. Ilaldvvln will erect at his
own expense at Slakuwao, Maul, n
home for the aged, planned lo cost
SSO.flOU, In memory or Fred C. Haiti
,wln. This Institution, 113 at present
planned, will accommodate about 40
old people, though th size may he
Increased later. Plans are being
drnwn up iiow by Architect tKcrr,
and the work of construction will
be undertake! In ubout two months,
on the return of Sir. Ilaldvvln from
The first buildings to he con
structed will bo four cottages, two
of eight rooms each and two of six
rooms. There will be a main hulld
Ing, cnntnlnlng the offices, rervnnts'
quarters, dining room, hospital and
other departments, the main build
ing to bo connected with the cot
tages by lanal. In the center of the
grounds will be n sun hath, swim
ming pool and pergola.
(Continued from Pasa U
lgnoranco or Intent by the American
agents of the opposition to the sugar
Waianae at Work..,
Manager Sleycr of Walanae planta
tion reports all his men at work this
morning nnd business going nlong
smoothly, Mr. Meyer Bays that he
knows nothing ot tho report of agitat
ors being roughly used at his plant.
Hon by Ihe Japanese. Ho says thai
thoro wero no agitators about tl; -place
so far as. he knows.
Rumors From Kahuku.
Kverythlng Is quiet nt Kahuku. The
work of the plantation Is going for
ward with the Chinese and Portuguese
and the llawallans available from Ihe
Tho report was general around lo'.vi.
this morning that the Japanese strik
ers had attacked one of tho pumping
stations and broken down u smoke
stack. Slanager Adams noticed this
morning when passing a pumping sta
tion on his way to town that one of
tho stays was broken, and the smoke
stack bent over. He had no means of
knowing whether this was the result
of someone cutting tho stay or that It
had broken from natural causes. J. P.
Cooke said this noon that It was not
necessarily tho work of strikers.
Consul Visits Plantations.
Japanese Consul General Uyeno tlu.
morulng went around tho Island In an
automobile, visiting all tho plantations,
wliero he addressed tho Japanese lah
orers, evidently about tho strike. Ho
will probably return this evening at 6
o'clock .when It Is expected he will
niako a strong declaration.
According to those who know the
condition of the strikers, it is said that
they were misled by the Japanese
higher wage agitators, who told them
to come to Honolulu In order that they
might get their wages raised.
Since' coming to Honolulu, they have
found that their friends, the agitators,
have not told the truth. They are
now dissatisfied with loafing In town
and expect to go to work If something
better does not happen Immediately.
In order that their savings may not
bo touched by the people of tho High-
Wago Association, tho laborers who
struck deposited their money In the
Yokohama Speclo P-nnlr. The monoy
is mado as fixed tlepbslt, and hot as
temporary deposits. According to this
arrangement, tho laborers aro depend'
cnt upon tho Honolulu Jnpancso, par
ticularly tho hlgh-wngo agitators, for
Uiclr support, so far as the grub Is
Intelligence Office For Strikers.
The agitators, who are looking after
the comfort of tho Japaneso strikers,
have opened an intelligence office on
Aala lane. As soon as tho laborers ar
rive from plantations, they report at
this office and get Instructions, as to
their futuro movements. In this office
notices of various descriptions mo
pasted on tho wall, One of theso states
engineers nnd firemen of the Geor
enforce Oie discharge of nil colored
WOLF IN SHEEP'S
DUDS PES ROW
Strike Breaker Alleged
To Be Card
David Noah, an nllcged profes
sional gambler, .who took on a Job
as a strike breaker, seems to have
done so with the Idea of conduct Ing
a gambling game lu the plautntlou
fields Instead of doing hou liana
It Is alleged that he would entice
a bunch or the slrlhebrenl.ers m
one side of n field en route from tho
luna, and then start up n lino game
of craps. Then to put the cap on
everything, -Uav Id Is nllcged to have
tried a very old trick In couuccllou
with his pay check which vouched
according to the punches for the
number of days he had worked.
W.lth his knife Noah cut out murks
In Imitation of the punches, and
then presented tho check for pay
ment. Tho fraud wns discovered nt
onco and Noah was arrested. He
will hnve to explain the whole mat
ter Uofore Judge Andrade tomorrow
KOREAN INJURED BY
FALLING, f ROM CAR
On Saturday night a Korean who
was a pasn'nger on nn electric ear.
Jumped oft while going up Hotel i-treel.
and met with tho usual Injuries that
result from that niiiuiiemcnt. II ap
pears that the man, Instead of waiting
until the enr enmo to a standstill, step
ped off with tils- faco to the rear of tho
car. He was thrown forward on lil
head and was tendered unconscious at
The conductor picked him up and
rendered first nld, nnd then called the
ambulance which conveyed the Injured
man to the (Juecn's Hospital. On a"
rived thero tho Korean was found 1"
ho suffering from Bovcro Injuries. Ho
Is progressing as well ns can bo ex
pected and should bo about before very
,j. .j. .. .;. .;. -
that tho sick laborers will bo given
medical examination, free of ehargu
by Dr. K. Hulda, Dr. I. Katsukl, Dr.
Ucmura and Dr. T. Slltnmura.
Fish Supply. i
Tho fish supply, according In one of
the executive olflccrH, Is given by 'the
Hawaiian Klshorlos, Ltd. At tho res
taurant ground, mniika of Ueretanln
street, on Aula lane, a large collection
of tleh was In evidence this morning.
Tho laborers, Including women, men
and children, wero helping themselves
around the tables, arranged under Ihe
Only llinso who had passcH wero ad
mitted on tho ground. These vveio
collected by tho portom, who stood nt
attention at Iho gale,
Re'lgloua Woman Weeps.
A Japanero woman at Wnlpahu, who
Is evidently lellalous, wept last Sat
urday afternoon outside of tho Japan
eso temple. When asked what sho
was weeping about, sho Hald It war
because tho Japanese struck and left
the plantation, where sho had been
laboring for tho Master. Shu said It
was too bad to see Ihe temple desert
ed by tho Japaneso, who have become
regular attendants there.
Some More Arrive.
About 200 Japaneso from Alea came
up to town this morning. They vveio
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nis mornir.g ney oamo up anu joim-i
In, i ntner utrlkpi-u Apnnrillti,- I,. llukl
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iiiivu.bi.iivu ...UV.V. ii ,n .-Tnuiiaivu mm
thero nro altogether I SOU Japapcso
sti Users lu Honolulu. These weru dis
tributed to, and cniod for, by llielr
friends, who, by Iho way, are said to
be getting tired of tho hurilen. Other
laborers nro domiciled at the Jnjiancse
hotols nlong Ileretanla and .Itlver
IN FOnCIQN PORTS
Monday, May 24.
HAN KUANC'ISCO-Sailed Slav H
Pk HI. Katheilne, for Honolulu.
SAN lTtANCISCO At rived May 21:
ilKtne. lrmgard, hence April 3D.
Ilk. It. P. lllthet, from Hllo May 1.
HII.O Sailed May 22:
H. S. Columbian, for Sntliia Cruz.
POUT AI.15KN Arrived Slay 23:
H. H. Ixird Derby, hence May 112.
COOS HAY Sailed Slay 21.
Ilktne. .Mary Wluklemniin, for llouo
VANCOUVKIt Hailed May 21:
S, S. Slarnma, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CUUZ Sailed May 21:
S. H. Slexlcan, for San I'rniiclseo.
BAI.INA CUUZ Arrived May 21:
H. S. Sllssourian, from Hllo, Mny R.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 22:
Mongolia, hence Mny II.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 2'.':
S. S. China, for Honolulu.
1111.0-SalIed Slay IT.:
Kp. John 15nn, for Dataware llrcak
water. IHI.O-Halled May 21:
B. H. Knterprlse, for San rrapclsco
BAN KltANCISCO-May 22:
Bchr. II ('. Wright and bklne. Cor
oiudo collided In luy, tllghtl)
TII15 MIKAIIAI.A. nriiving from
Kauai, brought tSOO lugs of suar fioiu
ACCOItDINd T( HI5POUT.S fmin
Knipil, tho l.niil Derby m rived nt Purl
Allen last Saturday morning. She w.i..
discharging her cargo of coal w!nn
the Mlkitlmla left there for llon-ilnlu
TJII5 KINAU, which arrive I from
Kauai, had In her hold .",'iiin ln;,M or
sugar and fiO caies of hone). She
rjhui brought n good tlzed list of .v
THU NOI-5AU, which went over Jo
Slolokal, .Maul mid l.au il, retiirni'd 5 oh
teiday, bringing 'JuS hjgs of Olovvnlit
sugar, uil head of rattle from the Slo
lokal Kauch, U" ejsen of hone), II
sacJiB of coffee, 1 1 1 sacks i-puJa. nu '
II crutes chickens.
TIII5 INTI5II-ISI.ANI) r.teaiiiem leav
ing tomorrow are Oie Mnuna Kim, nt
noun, tho Kliiuu and Noeau In Ihe nf
ternoon, salting nt li o'clock. The;
will nil tako passengers inn) freight
for their lespectlvn orls.
TIII5 UNITI51) STATI5S Army trim
port UK Cnplnlu Ankcrx, Is scheduled
lo sail for Seattle tnmonow. Among
tlie Honolulu people lo leave In her
will bu W. J. Cooper of the Promotion
Committee, He goes lo Seattle lo
help arrange Ihe Hawaiian exhibits,
Till-: 8TKA.MSIIIP Makura of Hi
Canadian line iiiiived tixlav rrom llio
Colonics, going to Vancouver. She
wus sighted nt 1 o'clock this after
noon. According lo Iho Htfimslilp of
flee, sho Is hooked to her full capacity
Tlie damage still of Klhel Ilan
against the Knpld Transit, which h;i
been In the court for yi-iis, wns dis
missed this morning by Judge Wliltue)
for want of prosecution.
lu tho matter of Mary II. Alcherlc)
vs.-the Kaplol.ml estate, an ejectment
matter which wuv commenced lu 1'jUl.
a motion wus filed beforo Judge Whit
ney this morning to amend the amount
of damages asked to maku It $ 10,11 ill
Instead of the oiiglual amount of $31100,
Murium) Sctsuno was todii) granted
u dlvorco by Judge Itohlnson from her
husband. Mnrumo Ichltaro, on the
ground that ho has failed suitably to
Tho usual bunch of booze fighters ap
peared at tho Police Court this mom
Ing and, after Interviewing Judge An
ilrnde, wero east into Hid outer dink
ness. It cost Henry SlcI5wau four dol
lars to fix his little affair with the
Klaha, "Tho Chalice" evidently hud
filled himself to tho brim on Saturday
because ho was run lu by n cop. On
his arrival ut the Station ho was
greeted with delight by William Opu
mil, who had taken apartments: Ihnre
on Saturday evening, lloth the gents
vlslled Judge Andrade tills morning
and tho result wus u Hue of four plunks
Vote Funds For Pacific Advocate,
Dallas, Tex., Slay 7. That tho month
ly circulation of thu literature of the
Methodist Kplheopal chinch South
now totals 1,001,000 was the lepon
submitted today lo tho book commit
tee. For support of tho Pacific Advo
cate, published ut San Fruuclcco. nn
appropriation of J2.C0O wim made for
tho next year.
Artist Weds Model. Now York
May 7. II. Coiey Kllbert. Iho well
known Ill-tlut nn.l Mica l-lol.. .1.. ,i-..
,.:. - - " "in
iieriuido, known among Now York
mis.Ho. as one of Iho prettiest or p,.
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lt.Baionai mouois. wero manleil laM
u ,. . I nr.ininiit 11...
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won hecrei, uie only ono
about It until thu ceremony was per
formed being Penrhyn Stanlaws, tho
Bulletin Business Offlce Phono 25(1
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
Sunday, May 23.
Sttur. Kinau, llregoiy, from Nnwlll
will, a. in.
Slmr. Sllknhala, Pedersen, from Ko
lon, ii. in.
Stmr. Noeau, Pllla, from Moloknl
and Maul ports, n. in.
Stmr. Nllhaii. Ouess, from Kauai,
Monday, Slay 24.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, from Yokohama,
S:i:o a. m.
U. S. A, T. Dlx, Ankers, for Seattle.
C.-A. 8. S. Makur.t. from Colonies,
P. SI. S. S. Slberln, for San Trail
cIfiii, 0 p. in.
C.-A. 8. S. Slnkura. for Vlcloila.
Per stmr. Slniina Kea, Kreemnn, for
Maul and Hawaii, May 25, 12 in. T. II.
Kennedy, W. Dunn, Sirs. Ashley, Mrs.
,1. Doiiuer. SIlss II. Dwlght, SIlss W.
Diiiiii, Sirs. It. A. Wgodwnrd, II. II.
Hart. C. ('. Splnkx, David Knlaul,
.Major 15. 15. Wlnslow. V. (1. Walker,
(leo. C. Watt, It. J'. Lucas, 15. Sloddew,
N. A. Chapman, Sir. nnd Mrs. .1. W.
Ciitheait, N. 15. Self and wife, Sirs. J.
tloiightulling and ihlldieu, W. Smilh,
vtln .1 Knhonli.ilnha!a, Mrs. 1". J. Or
urllarti, Mlra M. Ornellars.
Pur stmr. Noeau, Plltz, for Slolokal,
May 2.",, 1, ji. m. Slru, P.. Spencer, Mrs.
C. W Spllz. Mrs. It. rouiitalii.
Per rtmr. Klnau, tlregory, for Kauai,
Slay 2.1, .1 p. in. Mrs. A. (1, Hnwes, Jr.,
Ilov. II. Iseiiberg.
Per S. S. Slheila, for Sail l'ranclsco.
.May 21. tl p. in. A. II. Arlclgh. Sirs.
Arlelgh. Jules Wlllaul, Sirs. WHIard,
Mis. Nixon, MIkh I.. A. lliirton, W. 11.
I.lewel)ii. (I. W. Umnious. W, L. Hugh
:on, Chas. Schweitzer, Jns. I5lchwald,
Sdw. Ilclllngliam. P. S, Criindall, W.
vV. .Mines. Sirs Mines, Mia. It. II. King.
', 1-5. Towbrldge, Pedro Martinez, V.
W. Aston, M. A. Sllvn, J. J. Kgan, Sirs,
o. It. Henkcnsnn,
FOUR ALIENS BECOME
Judge Dole thin
i-oiiit for the first
tluiu lu bcveral
weeks, coming In from Koolau.
where ho has been staying, for tlie
it,linof. He will go back lomor
lovv, and in nil piohuhlllty there will
be lib moie court until nfter the ur
rlvnl of the tocoiul Judge.
Four nllena were iiiiulo citizens of
tho United States. They aro John
Itomalns, the manager of tho drill,
who renounced his allegiance to the
King of (Irecce; John Souzu, who
film wo hi ullcglnnce to tint King ot
I'oitugal; James Fhldes, who ex
i hanged Scotch citizenship for the
right lo vote In America, and Itoh
cit Month, who inn do up his mind,
that lie would Hither bo nn Amerl;
nu than nn Irishman.
District Attorney Itnwllns filed n
formal objection to the nntiir.'Ulza
tlnn of Souza, on (lie ground that II
had been shown Hint the man can
not lead or speak English, nnd It
was necessary to talk with him
Ihiough nn Interpreter.
All order for final distribution In
Iho mutter of the estate of W. Dr.ish
was made this morning. The $800
received by tho estato on the lln
claim goes lo SIis. Kobsou nnd 'the
Chinese tenants, who contended that
their lease of the premises burned
entitled thorn .to n portion of tho
iivvnid, get nothing.
FIRST MEETING OF NEW
The first meeting of tho reorganiz
ed Hoard ot l.diinitlnu will bu held
July 12 to 17. There htm not been
ii meeting of the Hoard for a long
lime, nnd a huge number of mai
lers have accumulated which must,
he passed upon.
Tho new law enacted by Ihe Leg
Istuie ehunges tilings considerably,
anil It will bo necessary for the new
Hoard to settle upon a new policy.
Yeo Wan Ho Is lr, custody uud Is be
ing luveMlgatcd on suspicion of having,
htolou u wateii fioni one of the crew nf
the Falls, of CI) do.
I.x-Clilef of Detectives Jack Kulak!
cla Is hack at his post In the detecllvo
office. The operation In, underwent
wns u success ami the old trouble K
not likely to return again.
There wero twelve entiles for the
B"" ' lament ut llalelwa yesloulj"
and after t,ome good nlav St ci.ih- nt.i.
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'"" won tne nrt prize ami Mr. Wool
' Ihu Kecoiul
A small Hawaiian boy named Ke
puna is held for Investigation on a
charge of having stolon a purse con
taining Jsi.sri from u woman who was
attending t.ervleo at tho Salvation
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