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WITH MANY CASES
Under ilii direct 'on of l)r V
Noifginrd the TenltoiUI Vetorlnai
I. in, it fnice of men I) Kin nmk Satur
la) lepaliiuit llir old miliu.il (iiuian
tlmi statliin 1 1 the siibur.i ami put u
In such ship? tli.it cui'i leportel In
ItitB department can lie temporal llv
o-irod for until Hie now station U oieci
il )r Noigwrd mid Satunlnj mom
lug- "lleie Ii 'k been toy nun 'i
deln) In retting this work dune Jim
InKt night a mnii rami to me and filed
n complaint lli.it lie linn a numlx-i oi tilde IW-caiie Hie ptlccs or these
hogs arfllctcd wllh choleni We need i woods nu regulated In tlie coal de
(i good stitlon er badlv ami I mi muud nnd mil lo there We n.nc nolli
gi lilR to I' ire the old pace lived up lug to ilo Willi It, an I ns fur i.- i-n i
nl once, with a Mew of taktnx Hie utMl' petition there Im such a huge d. ii'and
care of dlhented aulmalH possible Just now that thU doen nut IIriiu '
"The cinli.ict lor llie new building! Hoth Mr Cant and Mr Unite Jre a:
will he reuli lor submission or bid" Puna vvhcie two paitnbio liimbei uiliN
wllhln n i hoi I pulod J are Indue, erected, mil lhe expect to
I1IL0 COUNTY ENUlNEEKj
(Speilul to the II u I I r t I ii )
IIII.O June ' The lounli etigl-
lieei piolut Iuih .IK ill) In-, n milled
I.) the lloaid or Supeiv.sois At .
meeting of the Hoard a hunch of
pelltlonii were re-elved anil leferred !
to the Cotninlltee of the Whole
loiinl of the petitions fallow. h.
South Kohnln 4 'J j
North Koim 4 S
8iuth Konn 1G . .
Kail . . . . 11 t!il
('rami total 108 799
The Kuu vote which was counted
had been taken by Supervisor Shlp
iiuiii, and three unauthorized peti
tions were thrown out The vote
on these, three totaled 115 ugainst
and one v'ote far the engineer.
The outcome of the vote was a
very good Indication of the methods
used by the various Supervisors in
"learning what was the popular
ki-iitltnent ' In Kona, Kohnla and'
Tuna tho utterly unfair form of bul -
lot drafted by Kalnlwaa was used,
which contained a specious and mls -
leading argument against the prop -
ositlnn which the people were called
to vote on In Ilnmnkua and North
Ililo an attempt at ralincss was vv I -
dent!) made, while Shlpman showed
his proposition plninl In his teport
to the Hoard Desha did not submit
any votes, having taken the resolu
tions passed by tho public meetings
In this city ns a sulllclent demon
stration of the South llllo sentiment
uiioii ui me oouiii uiio Hcuiimeiu
Lyman asked. Immediately after
the counltng ot the votes, whether
South llllo had been heard from.
"(live them an engineer," said
reinaudez. "Let them pay far him,
Lyman echoed his sentiments
"ir It were not for t he Honolil-mlx-up
wo might pay far one," an
"Wo now know what the Bentl
liieut of the people Is," said reman
dez. "They don't want a county
(iiglucer, but If each (list i let wants (an try N. II. II., paraded Company I
one. let them have It The people In obedience to orders fiom head
hiue appointed fie Supervisors to'uarteis The military left tho
Le lespoiuible. I saw a number of armor) about 2 o'clock In tho artpr-
the volois In my distilct, and they
told me that, ir wo employ an en -
l.lnt-ei he will boss tlio Supeivlsois.
Look at Honolulu; tiieio tile county
engineer ls In a dispute with tlie
Bupervlsois. I move that tho coin-
mlttee tie and repent, lecommend -
lux Hint the engineer piopusltlon bo
This motion can led. only Shlpmuii
mid Dcshu voting against it, and tho
mpoit was adopted by the lloaid by
the same vcte
(Special to tlie Uulletln) j
WAH.UKP, Maui, Juno 1 An
mitbtcnk or glandeih has cilppled
tho nuilo team se. vi.-e of the coun
ty 'h Wnllukii loud department Su
fur Hie veteilu.ii) has lint! over ten
of the county's mules killed mid tho
lonialnilur, about leu, plated under
Doctor Perhaps Ifj jour cooltlng
that's li'spoitHlbln foi you! husbands
Illlious Ilo hus a ti'.eio attack of I
, Mrs. Jiistwod Oastrllls! Hut I nl-,
ways cook on u con I rangn. Huffalii
IWHIUIICJ, , J. . I
SAYS NO CUT IN
PRICES OF OHIA
I'lnii Imtli Mr Cant timl Mr IJolte
,nii' mniknig prep nations m log ulili
land tli.U Mi Cant la cutting tie at
nit sent Is I nil' but Unit tln' iro rut
ting pili-ei- i attempting competltlvn
uicIIiihIh -igalnst the MnhORiui) Com
In without foundation. Mill
(1 hpi 'leer, a business nsjncl.ito
Unite's In an Interview Hatnr-
du inoiti.iiR, when told of the repoit
thai Cant an I Holle were out to '
slaughter etkiHOii ohla nnd ko
"I will tell Jim wh) this In ii'ipor
mo nonie ixtenslie logging froir now
Mr Cant li at present h.i..iR a
I l.ir.'te iiumhei ot lies cut In hand to
I till u contract he h.w with the Hantn
le He Iiub succeeded In secmlne ccn-
'sldirablo ohla land nl Puna, tint sfcs
' thole Is nothing 111 the talk of cultil..;
prices The reirt probabl grew inn
jot Mr Can't former association with
Hie Iliiwall.in MaliOKuny I.unihei Com
Mr llolle Is at I'uiia Willi Mr
MAUI MEMORIAL DAY
I Special to the II u 1 I e 1 1 n .)
WIAI.riU'. Maul. June i Me- j
liuirlal Day was dul ouMirw-d the
heKluiilliR of the week b the people
KnlRhts of the llaleakula I.ikIrl1 K.
I' . Hawaiian, asxemhled nt their
Castle Hall, and, together with the
women ol the Court or Calantho,
marched to the icmetcrj, where ex-
crclhes were held In memory of i
j those of them 'gone to that bourne g
irom winch no tnneler returns. Tnkcnioto, r. T-b.ie lilts. Kn
Chas Wilcox delivered the address ,lleZ!m, I ,,u. Mlnotn.i. Three-
lor tne occasion, noin in i;nglim
and In Hawaiian I
Ho recalled liiiiny n pleasant In
cident In the 111 es of those In whose
memory the knlRhts nnd the sisters
had assembled; he said that they
had Kline into n strange world be
ond the living, the world ot which
writers hne written much, dream-
ers llHVn fsnt leil miirh. nnil tit
which wise men have said a great '
deal, the world or which Dante sang !
and Milton told In glorious verse,
the world or which the wisest know
pitiably little, no more even than
)ou or 1. In closing, the speaker
rcterred to the pleasant sccno
around him, asking that each leave
a few (lowers to fade nnd wither
away In sun and ruin upon each
crumbling mound In memory of the
The results of the war of forty-
'flve )enrs ago were lightly touched t
upon, for, as he said, "we belong to!
iii new- generation which knew llttlo
jot tho surferlnRs nnd tragedies of
that gieat civil war Ilefare the
, war was slaver), after the war no
! slavery; befaie the war was tho.
doctrine of state lights, nnd alter
the war that or a single united tm- '
"It Is In honor of the men who
sacrificed their lives that the union
might live that we celebrate Memor
j i wj ui uie nruues wuo went j
lorth to battle we can say nothing '
ial Da) Or the armies who went
to udd luster to the name ot the
militant soldiery of the lund. far
their glorious record lives in the
hlhtory of the nation."
Sundny evening Judge Selden H
Kingsbury dellvcied an uloquen' nil
di ess on tho great civil war and
Memoilal Day at tho Walluku Union
Chinch lo u largo and Intelligent
The day fallowing. Mondnv after-
noon. Cnptnln Hal of tho Plrst In- I
i ""n. matched down Main street,
!"lunK Market and up the whole i
! length of Vine) aid street lo the
cemetery, where Judge KliiRshury .
""l Attorney W P Ciockctt dellv '
e,v ' suitable addresses for the oc-
I It mined during the time ot the
I ide. and the writer did not reel
liK" 'out Hug iheumatlsm b getting
""' ' oidei to listen to tlio patii
MAUI COUNTY OFFICES,
WAIUJKU, Maul, June I Ow-j
lug to tho changes made, In the last'
l.eglslatiuu u readjustment of otllco
iiuuiteis far county olllcors ls being
made A now utile e Is being lit ted
up far the County Clerk and the
lloaid of Stipervlhois on Main street,
next to the pobtolllte Tho former
quartern of the County Clerk are to,
1 13 turned owl to tho County Tieus-j
luiei, mid the other olllcers will also
change mound a bit. i:vou aftei
these changes the ncod of larger
looms for some of the County offlces
will till be appaient. A suggestion
Is olfered of having tho County
build a becond story to the present
County llulldlng to meet the giow
rminte?itsnsj'm VtVAiWjv ViViUAA.'VaiwifV
Tltnr.E DAYS' GOLF
AT THE COUNTRY CLUB.
Them will he. tlnee iIiik or goir
nl the fount i Cluh till" week, and n
sturt will he made on I I Idly. i He
l'mii-Uull Pnilisonie will he phi)od
'olf. and im that eent l the icKUlni
feature of Kiinielianieha Day no
ilmilit there will he n IniRe iiiunlipr
or ontt Ii-h for the lournnineiil
The commlllee hun liiiiuiBed lli.it a
table d'hrte dinner will he net veil
on SiUnnlHj nUlit, and thin chould
Juki abuiil 1111 a long-felt want
Sundas will, as usual, be the pop-'
u1.it da) at the club, and a Rood mmuay uy tne empne eiuciieu uko a
ileal of pinctlce will no doubt lie In- llcken Captain of Itoyal were the
d.ilRed in l tlie mcuibers. Tho.mM tank Ilnwlln Jolin fcnlciB Is
Countiy Cluti Is In u flomlshliiK con- the Captain or It W & II"
dltlon at piesent.. and eeillilnK Thorn few frlendl remarks will
looks brlRlit foi tlie mtuie of the ns- ,no doubt heal the rapidly wldenliiR
fcoilatloii. breach between the Hojnls nnd It.
There hnc been some splendid en- W- & . nnl '"' Sunday tlio kids
tcrlalnments rUcii b the members, "I" Imvo another ro at ono an
ii..K .,,i ii,.. u,t i uiiifii ..v..r-! other. Whether Mr Ilnwlln will
hlMB Roes at the cluh Is dellRhtrul.
CLOSE GAME OF BALL
AT LIHUE ON SUNDAY.
II) n sroie or 19 to IS the Ynniiitu
team heat the llelwui at I. lime last
Sunday It was uu exciting Riune
ilRht thririRh, Score:
12 0 4 S t; 7
I It litis . . .
n s 2 i :: :i t
on I, II 2 I o
12 3 4 ." fi 7
(14 1110 3
I 3 I 2 1, 1 2
lluno . . .
Struck bs KlinurnS: bj Takemoto
llase on balls, by Klniura, J; uy 1
,,lkc. ,ISt hl. Home
I uns, Aniol
(2). Umpire, C Sin) the. Scores, Y.
Yoshlnioto. Time, 2 bonis.
Nell A girl can I lie Uhi rarefiil
1 about choosing a clriperoue Hello
That's light, many n chipcrouo gets
nil Ilia attention
IhTV fil IW IIROWA
1 JhFJbY DAY,
u !! I igi iiiiuiim.j t, rTwMaBaSMMNHHMBflaaBHHiMiHHMHKPaw.
MxrvKZl . 's - --- 7--
It was nsreed between KiirIIbIi uml Ainuilcan tuif cxporlH lint Sli Maitln, the big sttappliiR clichlnut colt
bred bv lohn K Mtidih'ii w-i he nios di "erims ri or King Hilwaid's Mlnoru In the Cnglish Derby, which was
rim on Mil) 2( at Kpson ' ,n tmrse fill mil i -i- vent with him J30 i.ODO or Ameilcnu muno). Tho colt had li-ul
but one 1 1 tit I In Paigh-iid but Ii mi i him 'mv h, i In, wnv Im gallopoil over bis Held can-) lug 11IG Kiimds, or
ten pounds mom than b" h 1 1 in t ie l ' ' n i" "' ii u wis IIoiiIur ih colt lot v eks and his condition
gavo such conlldenco in " ' . n harri rofmpi;ey In llm chiu le evi n1 Piom ih n pik-a of 15 to 1 ho re
ceived such support lb it II." b.i.t i-i h had tluec d tyi b Ipii the nee w,ji " t' '' I'uie.y out or Kugllsh Bentl
luent llie klna's ctm-'' I -1 fir-it cholc I 3 I-) I Whu'i I Is ' 1 1 Ideiel ihn tveit)'-lhree craclt
lhreo-)earohs spoitMl silk In till, eve t in- tluiit?nltifj ot oilds pUml) lu-llcjlea tin an enormous amount of
money was wuKerod on the Kenlue'.) roil ir Sli flailln had won, Il would mean thei foiiith tlmi that an Amer
ican can led off tho honors. I'luiio
1S81. Tho lato W. O. Whitney saw
RED WHITE AND BLUES
WHITEWASH JAP TEAM.
Tlio Hcd White nnd IIIiich plaj etl
a .Inpauene team' on Sunday nnd
whllewimlied them lo the tune of li
to 0. The piehM hkpiiI for the trl;
inlor team tm tin In a teport, or
rather a few ieiiiiukn, about the
Itnvnl (Inle I'liiiknhanii) team, nnd
lliln rumnikH lire quoted verbatim
'The Ited White and Utiles ale nut
ii fin Id or the Ho al. they aio notli-
.Iiir but bis steofs of 7 ft IiIrIi. Tim
Hed While and lllue lost a Kamo on
"empire" or not Is not known ut the
Additional Snorts on Page 7
A BENEFICIAL TOILET
A complexion bcautlfler that Is not
only harmless, hut that is positively
puilfylnR, healing nnd beneficial,
has n Just claim lo the nttentlon of
nl) who have the praiseworthy do
sha to nsslbt nutuie In the produc
tion of a beautiful complexion. Dr.
T. Tellx Couraud's Oriental Cream,
or Magical lleautlfler. Is gaining In
favor with those who know Its value.
nd how with Its aid tho skin that Is
freckled, tnnncd. pimpled or moth-
patched can he made like a new
born babe's. Having been declared
by tho Hoard of Health to bo free
fiom Injurious properties, nnd be-
lug recommended b) physicians, one
need have no hesitation In giving It
n trial, ns it Is on sale at nil dniR
gists ami ratio goods stores.
J8y BULLFTIN ADS PAV
RORRnRD HK AATRDlrAN
FAVORITE AND JOCKEY
I.oilllnnrwiiB tho Hist to aniiox this valuable, cl.uslu when Irnipiols won lu
joriio to vliluiy b) yolodysklln 1001, nnd thu thlid faitimato nt-
K. A. II.. ..... '
Secretaries or other author-
Ized representatives of clubs
nre ashed to stud In n list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included lu the
piogratn. Address all cominu-
uicatlons to thi SporMng Kdl-
tor, Uvoning Uulletln.
.1 ii ii c 10: Knhtili;! Cruise.
June 11' Marines vs Tort
June 11- Diamond Heads
June: 1 1 : Country Club.
4 June 11: Kiiplolanl I'urlc.
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
June 12: Match.
June 2ti: Moniialua
The members of the Herbert With
ers Concert Company, which Is Juirt
completing a triumphal neuron on the
Kast (under conli act to return next
senson) form the second or the
Charles Hiirrluliu nibhous' musical
parlies, composed exclusively or eel
utilities In the art world, to round the
planet. The Knstern press unanimous
ly rates tho present troupe as superior.
Mr. Withers In pirtlcitlnr, has won
golden opinions, his art being allied
to great musical genius Madnmo So
brltio is a sterling fuvorlto In opera
a Kipul.ir prima donna or Covent (1 al
lien, and a singer much In demand for
tho largoi IluroiKjan and Anicilciu
festivals. Madame Klzy, the solo pi
anlste, Is In domestic lire Mrs. With
ers, and is an artiste of jicaullnrly del
icate chat m Chat lea Uennett the bar
Hone. Is American by blrth,Jiut Con
tinental liv education and celebrity
Tho compaii)'s program contains good
music exclusively, but good Kipular
music In proportion eipial lo the class-
Seats nie on sale far the Withers
Company nt the l!crgtrom Music J
Bulletin Business Office Phone ,250
Bnllrtin Filnrial Boom Phonr 185
WHO RODE HIM
Whitney & Marsh
$1.35 per yard
CIVIL SERVICE EXAM
The United Stutes Civil Service
Commission announces an oxnmlna-'
Hon at Honolulu, Hawaii, on July 10
to secuie eligible from which to
make certification to 1111 a vacancy
In the position of paymaster's mes
senger, ut JfiOO per annum, In the
fnymastcr General's office at Hono
lulu, Hawaii, anil vacancies requir
ing similar qualifications ns they may
occur in that vicinity.
The examination will consist of
the subjects mentioned below,
weighted ns Indicated:
1 Spelling (twenty simple words
lu ordinary use -n
'i Arithmetic (simple tests In ad
dition, subtraction, multiplica
tion and division or whole .
numbeis, nnd of United States
3 Letter wilting (a letter ot not
less than 100 woids on some
subject of general Interest.
Competitors may select cither
of two subjects given) 20
4 Penmanship (tho handwriting
of the competitor In the sub
ject of copying fiom plain copy
copy will bo considered with
special reference to tho ele
ments or legibility, rapidity,
neatness, general appearance,
etc.) , 20
fi Copying from plain copy (a
simple, test In copying accu
rately a few pi Inted lines In
the competitor's handwriting) 20
Three hours will be allowed for
Age limit, IS years or over on
the date of examination. ,
This examination Is open to nil
citizens of the United States who
comply with the requliemeuts.
This announcement contains all
Information which Is communicated
to applicants tegardlng tho scope ot
tho examination, the vacancy or va
cancies to be filled, anil the qualifi
Applicants should ut nnco apply
to the secretary ot the boaid of ex
aminers at the custom house ut Hon
olulu, Hawaii, for application Form
304. No application will be ac
cepted unless properly executed and
filed with such secretary prior to tho
hour ot closing business on Juno 2G,
Anotbei Honolulu boy has made
c,ooil on Pio mainland and ho Is i
ti'iulng lu Honolulu In tho i.ear ii
tine Joseph P Haptlst 1). D. S. is
hts oltlclal title, and the )ouug mi.ii
hus Just obtained hla degreo a', tho
Crelghton Unlveislty, Omahu, Neb.
Mr. Haptlst Intends practicing his
piolesslon In this city nr I Will be
back In a tew weeks.
Stenogiapher Springer Is slowly
I ecoverlng Ironi u telescoiKid too,
this meaning that by accident he
knocked two Joints of this useful
member Into one. Ho did so by do
ing uu Involuntary doublo buck
Biimmcisault in slipping on n wet
plunk near his lesldonre nt Heed's
Hay uml landing on the point of
his toe llllo Tribune.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, June 8.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Juno 7.
S, S Koiea, lieuco Muy 27.
SAN ritANCISCO Arrived June S
S. S, China, 8 a. in., hence Juno I
SAN PHANCISCO-Sallcd Juno 7
S. S. ICuteiprlbO, for llllo
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230,
3ulletin Editorial Room Thon" 183
HIS ROOM BETTER
THAN Hlo COMPANY
Kiln aril Patkei, the "bad nigger,"
who struck Olllcer Apana In the mouth
with a bottl" a lew- days ago while
Apana was chasing him for having
been concerned In a dlstiirhniue In
Knkaako, Is to bo allowed to deprlvo
the countiy or his valuable presence
ir he will only go. Ilo appeared bofatu
JiuIrc Do Holt this morning and by
consent ot the pioecctitlon his plea wan
deferred until next Saturday and 1
was allowed to go on his own recog
nlzancu. It is hoped that before Sat
in day conies he will have found a
moans of leaving the critnr.v
WONG CHEE GETS
Wong Chco, tho Chinese who killed
a fellow- countr)niau named Ah Slug
in n taro patch on this Island u-centlv.
appeared befoio Judge Do Holt this
morning end withdrew- his plea or not
guilty. He substituted theieior a plea
or guilty ol manslaughter In tho third
degree. Judgo Do Holt gave him an
liuletet initiate sentence, with a lulu
Imiini penalty or four )ears at hard
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Slmoto, a Japanese who was charged
with ussault and batteiy, was fined Hi
this morning by Judgo Andrndo.
Judge J. I.. Kaulukou of Kona
will du among the passengers leav
ing next Prlday on the Mauna l.oa.
The annual dinner of nil the Kn
mcliaiiieha boys will be given tonight
In the dining loom of the Manual
W. II. Mclneiny, writing under
date ut May IS, ut sea, en louts lo
Formosa, sa)s, "Will be home II. st
reek In July."
Theie will be a baseball ginm thU
afternoon between the Huffalo tern i
and tho Iroquois at Aula Park.
The game stints at two o'clock ami
should bo u good one.
Miimlya, tlio Japanese who ussaulled
a coimtr) man who went to pay him
somo money on account, was up befme
Judge Andrado this morning. Tin
Judge found Mumlyii guilty and Uml
him SS In all,
William Iteed lolled upon his own
powers of boozo chowlng jesleida)
but being out of training, found the
iced a lottvti one. It cost Ulll live
plunks to adjust malteiH this morning
ut tho Pollco Coiut.
Mrs. i:ila M. Piatt, wlfo or I.aud
Commissioner Pratt, has leased fiom
Queen Ulluokulatil a piece, of land at
Kahala for u summer hume. Tho con
veyance was Blgncd by thu Quecui hei
self Instead or bv her secretary.
Judge W. Wouier uf Hunulel,
Kauai, who litis been attending the
coufeicnco ot the Hawaiian Uvangel
lcal Association, will icprescnt thu
Island of Kauul nt tho Wutld's Con
ference of the Chilstliiu Uudenvoi
eiB lu St. Paul.
J. Williams, u wet goods mllst, had
a very booty day jeblerday, uml nftei
taking an ouoi minis cargo on board,
went lu on tho deud lupo to the Po.
lice Station Ho bowed his head in
pained silence this iiioinlii' when
Judge Aui'rndo icmnrked In a bilsk
tone: "Pour uml ono"
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapued
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
let in office
Dead men tell no tales, but hlstoi
ians frequently do
Many a chauffeur doesn't know what
ho Is iliivlng nt.
Hill') lug tho hatchet sometimes
iiifiiia win to tho Icnlfc.
ji m V ,lempt was two loam ugo, when Ilk haul Crokei
o nuuj ,,..
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