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KVENiNa nw.MrriN, Honolulu, t. h tuimday, auo. 24, 1900.
McCall Patterns for September Now Ready
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Judgment Is Filed
A Judgment wns filed, with tho
clerk of tho Untied Stales District
Court this morning In the enso ot
the United Btntes ngnlnst Alonua,
Levi 'P. Knuhoe and Isaac Knuhoe,
who wero upon the bond ot n Knunl
postmascr w ho misappropriated
I The case was handled by Assist
ant United Stales Attorney Rnwllns
und the Judgment ngalnst the sure
ties filed lroldca execution for tho
sum of $1,000, the amount ot the
bond, and Interest nt 7 per cent per,
nnnum from June 15, 1904, amount
ing to $360.17, Tho costs ot court
being $214.61, also must be paid by
the defendants In the notion.
The matter hns been dragging
nlong since 1904, the jenr In which
thb defalcation occurred, and the
United Stntes authorities Anally de
termined to prosecute tho rase vig
orously, and the Judgment filed this
morning Is the lotsult.
McCall Magazine for September should be read by every lady who is
interested in fashions. We are agents.
$10,000 Paid For Waipo
It Is understood that there has
been a disagreement among the heirs
of tho John St estate as to tho di
vision of tho $10,000 that has been
received by tho payment made to
day by the United States govern
ment for the fifty acres nt Fcurl
Harbor known ns tho Wnlpo Penin
sula, which was secured through
In th cjudgment decrco by Judge
Dole placed un Hie this morning. Is
n puragr.tpli stntlng Hint tho money
Is to be paid totho cleik of tho
United States District Court and to
remain In Ills hnnds until its furth
er disposition can bo agreed upon
by tho heirs ot the estate.
It Is stated that nn unsuccessful
attempt hns been made to provide
for the distribution of the money,
but that ko far It has proven Impos
sible to reach an agreement ns to
tho proportionate distribution of
the $10,000 that the United States
pnjs for ho land at Pearl Harbor.
TO SHOW LIFE
Congressmen Will See
It has been decided to show Dontuc's
moving pictures of tho Settlement to
tho members of tho C'otigrcs3tonnl par
ty arriving here August 30th on tho
Slbei la, Tho members ot tho execu
tive conmillto believe that.lt would bo
to the best Interests of tho Ttrtltory
to glvo the Congressmen nn opportun
ity to nee tho nctual conditions of life
at tho settlement as shown In tho llo-
nlne pictures, bcllovlng that through
this means ihoy will go b.tck to tho
mainland vUth an Intelligent Idea of
the Ufa ut Moloknl.
Tho Kanhumnnii society Is nlso plan
tilng to piovldo n distinct Hawaiian en
tortuinment for tho vUltlng lawmak
ers mid tho details are under consid
eration by tho committee.
Tho revised list of tho members or
tho Congiesslonal party has been pre
pared by Chief Cleik Mnthesou of thu
Governor's ntllcu. Tho list ones not
balance In numbers with tho cnblo
stating that twenty-fivo men and fif
teen women aro coming, but thows
tho acceptances us reported by Secre
tary McClcltan up to August lllh. Tho
list Is ns follows:
Hon. Chas. V. Scott and wife of ICnn
sns, chairman Committee of Agricul
ture; Hon. J. M. Miller nnd vvlfo, of
Kansas, Inter-Slalo,:uid Foielgu Com
merce; Hon. II, Olln Young and wife,
ot Michigan, Itiveru nnd Harbors Com
mittee; Hon. W. II. nills and wlfu. or
Oregon, Ways and Means Commltten;
Hon. Jas. McUichlan and daughter, ot
California, Illvers and Harbors Com
mittee; Hon. A. 1". Dawson and wife.
of Iowa, Nnv.il Affairs Committee;
Hon. Peo. , Prlnco nnd wlto of Illi
nois, Committee on Claims; Hon. Jut.
W, Good nnd wile, of lovn, Commit
tee on TcnltorlCb' Hon. Wm. A Heed
cr nnd wife, of Knns.ui, Chalmi in n
Initiation; Hon I.. P. I'.ulfttl1 and
wllo, 6f Tennes-co, Naval Alfklr.i din-
mltteo; Hon. A. J, Hnrchfud and t;
of Pcnnsvlvanln, Merchant Marina
Committco; Hon. It, C. Wnudvnrd und
vvlfo of West Virginia, IMvcr mil Har
bors Committee; Hon. It tl. Humph
revs nnd wife, of MlssUblppc, Illvers
and Harbors Committee; Mr. Kdwuid
E. Miller nnd wife, of IlllnnW, cleik,
public buildings; Hon. V, Aubro
Thomas, of Ohla, N'nval ATnlis Com
mltteo; Hon. V. A. Kodenbi.i;; of Illi
nois, Ktvcrrs and Harbors U'lmmlttce,
Hon. nicnard tiirtho!'1 ul Mlsso.nl,
chairman Pa'ol'c rsiuMln,;, Hun. A. J
Watklns (t Liiilstru, Navil Aff.ilis
Committco, E. S. Thr.-Ii j:yi , of New
York, Cirri: Naval Afi,,
If pieseut plans do not miscarry it
seems likely that u world's champion
ship golf tournament will bo pluved
on the links of a San Francisco golf
club dining the Portola festival
week. A committco has been appoint
ed, nnd is hard lit uoik foimulntlug
plans to havo four ot tho world's
greatest golf players hero for the
Never In the history of golf on this
Coast has tho game been ns ixiptilar
as at present, and a tournament such
as planned would provo a decided
fcatuio of tho sports to be held In con
nection with the festival. At tho pres
ent time thcio aio hundieds of en
thusiasts all along tho Coast who
would Journey hero merely for tho
purposo of eeclng I'ome of tho world's
cruck golfeis In action.
Among tho many members of tho
clubs along the Coast aio soma high
class plavcrs, who could perhaps hold
their own with any In this country,
and they are more than anxious for a
tiy at the leading players. While
theio would bo perhapu but little
chance of u local man winning such a
toiiiudmuut. It would add materially
to tho Interest In thu game on the
Coast, and would no duuhU improve.
Picsldent Mott-Smlth of tho Hoard
or Health states that ho Is well satis
fied with too results of tho campaign
that his been waged by the Uiniil of
Health authorities against tho epi
demic of typhoid fover on tlu IM.ind
cf Hawaii, Tho president ,f tho
Hoard of Health 1b particularly pleased
with the nrch'tance that.' has been af
forded by tho county authorities in
dealing with the emergency. He stat
ed that tho Territory has conti United
(ho sum of $500 toward tho expense of
Impifivln? the sanitary conditions nnd
that $300 ha been appropriated for
that purixico by tho county supervis
ors of Hnwnll. In addition the Iloird
of Health has sent equipment valued
ut $150 fin the emeigency work Inci
dent to the epidemic.
Ahmed lllrza, who Ins been da hied Bhah of l'eisln under n regency,
Is tuclvu years of ago ami was olllcally designated heir nppucnt when
his father ascended tho thiono. Mohammed All, tho deposed bhah, took
lufugo 111 (ho Itua.-t.m lesitiun when tho Insuigoiit or Nationalist, (loops
entered Teheran. His dulhronomout Is thu direct losult of IiIj tyranny over
tho peoplo of Portia. On many occitlons ho had promised them tho con
stitution, but each tlmo bioko his promise. When tho Moslem helrarchy
excommunicated him and declined tho wur n holy one his enemies gathered
strength, and his supporters weakened and opened negotiations for peace.
IT. PARDEE FAILS
Although It was expected that
l.tcut. Pardee of tho 20th Infantry
would make tho regular at my rlllce
team thnt is to shoot ill Monterey,
news has come to hand announcing
tlio fact that the lieutenant failed
to do co. I
Only enlisted men mo ellglblo for
the phiJlng of tho oxports nuteilally. ",0 ,e'lr". kt odlcois nto allowed to
louipeto ns a matter or couitcsy, and
Tho becond fcdeiul inquiry into
tho dentu of Lieut. James M, Sutton
of tho Murine Corps, who died from
ii gun-shot wound at Annapolis In
October, 1907, opened on July 19.
Several witnesses to the shooting,
Including Lieut, Robert U. Adams,
with whom Sutton had a quarrel
Jim befoie tho shooting, wero sum
moned (o testify.
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"The Very Best in Evcrythin;;" is the secret of our sue-
This, together with the "know how" in the mann-
facturini; of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all paits of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found ai
Your machine will be ready foi
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANtrjl YOUNG BUHDINO.l
On Display at our Garage
FRANKI1N "D" TOUIUNQ CAR.
AGENTS FOR TEE KISSEL KAR
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroider; and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
terwear. Orders taken i"or all kinds
if fancy work. Telephone 337.
For Sale Choice lot of
BUfAKING THE NCW8,
Patrick anlved homo niitth. tho
worbe for weat. One eo was cloned.
Ills note was broken und his fuco
looked as though It had been stilus
"Olory ho!" e:.clilned his wife.
"Thot Dutchnun Schwaitihelniei
'twas him," eil.ilnod I'atilck.
"Shiuno on yo!" explodod Ills vlfo
without sjmiiathy. "A b'K bhiijlpceu
tho lolkes of ou to i!t lule tip bv a I
llttlo nmadhoiiii or a Dutihiiuii tho
blue of him! Wh "
"Whist, Norn," said I'at'ck "don't
spike disrespectfully of tho ilt'id!"
Hvcr) body's Mn.iz'no
RIFLE SHOTS ARE
tin a and mulio Kid.
Bulletin Busm:ss OiTice Phone 250
Bulletin Editori?) Eoom Phone IBi.
me Rlcn medals for uny high stoics
that may caunl thoto put up by the
... . .. .... i
it is a surprlso to hear that Lieut. A neon ns tho sv n. n. rtnn team
Kndee fulled to muko the team, ns nnlved In San Fianclbco they wero
he Is tho champion shot ot tho 20th, 'met by mllioad representatives who
and It h.is tohiiRbt that he would be'etcoitod thorn no tholr truln. Tho
boja left un n special car for Cnmp
I'eiry. All loni; tho toad thoy wero
Itcelved with crout kindness by ov
er) ono, und nil tho oftlilnU of tho
lullioad stiovo to do their utmost to
nine the tilp u pleasant one for tho
Major Kay, nn old railroad man,
vim U li.cal i.i j master, diopped it
lew Hues to ho men ho now iiIoub
the sjsloni, nnd thu couseniicnio wns
thnt tho N. a, II. got (ic.itod In tho
best posblhlo nianner.
SPl'CKftANN-KAllIMKOtX) In this
city Auk 23, 19'0 by tho Itov. 15. H.
'I'luiiiteo Cassliii K, Speckniann to
PURE TO BAO SOMETHING.
Now bloth NliniDd to tho nllda,
Of foir-itu and hgoons;
Ilo'll Ing hippo and crocodiles
Or big his pantaloons.
CEO. A. MAR FIN, Berkshire Pigs
Business Sniti for $25.
Ex Steamer Lurline.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kinir and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS'FOR
An Iiletimin who had heatd of tho
H'ondoiful opportunities in this coun
try spent nil his luonuy, with tho ex
ception of n few cents, in order to get
hero, expecting to find work Imme
diately upon arrival. In this he us
disappointed, und after stilvlng for ii
week to serure employment bo ouO
day wrfidoied down to the dock nnd XUtW 111 llfnifUTPA I a I
i- iiicn.n.muum lu.,liu.
sat looking nlmlossly out mcr tho w
tuts. As ho sat thcro a diver who
7ns working on tho pier cimm up
ecrumblud to the whaif uuscionod hU
headgear, nnd oUialed n big breath
Willi u "Whew!"
"8uro," said tho Irishman. "If 01 had
oh'.y known thot Ol'd walked over mo
self nnd saved mo passage money!"
Kinj near South.
filio had thrown htm down so hard
that his bones ached.
"I shall never marry." sho Bald. "I
am going on tho stage"
"Well," roplled the outli, who was
to joiiiig to lc.illzo what ho ho had
won by losing, "you ought to niaku a
lilt us u sleight of hand uillst."
SCIIUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
At All Watchdealcrs.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
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