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Wriiclmltiit .Apr. 19
For San irnncuco:
Atd.i .Apr. 23
Marnnm ..Apr 2D
Makura Apr. 26
If there is ANY day on whfch
your store's ml SHOULD be printed.
Is there, then. ANY DAY on which
it should NOTt
Arc there some days on which it
is not necessary to advertise your
store? Some days when enterprise
may be suspended?
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4307.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU; TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1010. 10 PAOES.
PRICE fi CENTS
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MB. YOUNG ST
SENATOR HALE TO RETIRE FROM OFFICE
LOCAL NAMES ARE IN
Secret Answer Filed By
; C. C. Cunningham To
SENSATION PROMISED "
IN COURT HEARING
Tlie San Krnnclscn
A pi II Klh publishes (he
Mi- ,- i .. . . t
.,.. '"-' w-i, ami cmiiiKMii rpisntatlnnit nml lsi In Heated Hint
Is ii-flutler wltli iipprchonHon, ur.tlt,y ,n not circ intiih tur the niillior
tlcularly llio Benunbi Club. Tha ty of tin) Tcrrllmy of llnwnll. ns ex
cause or It alibis the strorl answer ptcsscd HiiiiiirIi thu Tonltnrlal llmnl
flleil In llio Cunningham Olvoioo Hiilt f Immigration, j
In "which Charlcx 0. CiiiiiiIiikIiuiii fur I A messenger from the opico of (lov-
tiicrly (if Vlrglnln. replies Ki thl
clmrncn of hla wlfo MrK. May Moll
... ... . . . .
Hmlth lilnl CiiniiliiRliam, formerly of
"It mlKht not he no frarviiiiiu If It
wcro not aecrct. One can never tell
what may ho contained In n Hccret nn
swer or what may follow, as In
'.Mother Itamc',' 'when tho pie was
"KiioiikIi has heen invc.il"il, howev
ir, to. liuUcii'.o-tlnfllicrn will tiu in
positions concerning drlnhlni; louts
nt cluhn, itnnrcs and laxlcah rliKs and
ninny InleruntlilR letters reched' fiom
iidmlrcrH hy Mrs. CunninRliam, In
which certain well known men In so
ciety, hoth horu nml nt llotioluhi
plncd a pat, nmoiiR them IicIiik Pro
fesunr Hohert Wood of thu Johns, Hop
kins University, formerly n hrllllnnt
IlKht Jn the Island set; Ocrrltl I'.
Vlldcr and Turn McOrQW, ulso of
ll.iwnllnn cucloty, nml Carlo Damn
who recently married Mrs. Virginia
ltoRiio, as well ns K. Lyons of thu firm
or K. (1. I.jons & Itaas or thU (-Hy.
"At the Sequoia Clnli yesterday af
lenionn mi liMiiJry for CimnliiRliain
called forth from tho swielury tho
" 'Mr. Cimnlimhnm Is lint hero, nml,
furthermore wu do not conKlder him H
nicmhor or thin chili. Ho hasn't paid
his dues, nml I think this secret an
swer to his Vire'B dlvnrco complaint Is
Isiuei a Statement.
"It was trim CiniiiliiRhniii was not
there. Ho was later discovered lit his
olflru at lilt) Mnrket street whero he
contented tu iniiko what ho ilcsnrllipil
ns 'a slBiied stntoment' concornliiK llm
pecrft answer. TnkhiK n pencil nnd
paper he wrotn thu following lllitml
mi t In u slnteiucnt!
lA( in r.-nnnul lt Mm. Plltlllltirr.
ham's attornoy, ;ny answni was sealed.
(Contlnued)n Page 0)
Little Actors Declare
That They Were N
Thcio Is tittle likelihood that tho
I'lillniil l.llllpulluiiH will n Rain visit
Honolulu under tho direction of
MamiKur A. II. l'ollald, If t!io story
appeal Iiik In 1'nr ICastern press can
he taken ns a criterion (oiicernliiK
thu (uturu iittlon or the clever hand
of diminutive performers.
Tho l.tlllpiitlnns mimher their
friends In Honoliilii hy legion. Thtiy
hau hPi-ved to niiiusu tho theater
golns public nil nun o than olio oc
casion. It was iliirhiK ,ttio eiiKaKCinoiit nt
Madrus, India, that thu Pollard kid
dies met with "Old IMIIkla," Thoy
(lied charges with K. II. Oshorno,
hnrrlstcr, and sccrotary of tho So
(Continued on Page 3)
TIIK A.-H. stenmcr Nuvadan Is
scheduled to depart for S.in Krancls-
co at 5 o'clock tomoirow ovenlni;. Tho
vensul will tnkn n dozen passciigcrs,
tho Ifdiiml mhll nnd n larro iseni'rnl
onren, InclinlliiR sugar shlimriits,
-y yi I n -f-x .
By Irate Immigrants
Tim discontented Hii'slati Immi
grants plainly ' showed tills morning
Hint till!- Iiavo licit roruled from tlielr
nianil .'I IH.-IIIIHJ IV II
l riiul nf hostility to thu Idea hi sugar
otnor hrc-ir was detailed to llio duty
'"r l1'","nK "')H''e, tyimwrltlen nml In nllnweil to .to no then hIioumI iih.iI"
III.. Ittnaklnn lftfitfllnt!n llirnrtiitllf? tlm'finil (ho flrriiYi.i (firii .lnv.n
'the 'ItiisMan laiiKiinKc Informing th'niid I li" circular turn down,
Immigrants Unit If they do out accept I A conference was held this morn
work today they will I iro the oTur of lug helween Richard Ivers prcsicl-Mit
Jin Dial was promised them tor the I of the Territorial Itosnl of Immlerv
tlmo thuy wera kept In qiiaruntlno lint Hon nnd Ouvcrnnr l-'rcar, at which it
upon their acceplanco of plantation Is understood tho nncomproniMng nt
work. tl'uilo or tho Kussl'ins received liirth-
Vlin tho niPHBenger tms'ed the no- pr rptitlderathm.
Spent Under Campbell's
The Nuiiniiu dam cost the p?(nilu of
Hawaii tjio sum of 29G,O(0, accord
ing to thu statement hy Superinten
dent of Public Works Mnrston Camp
bell this morning, Tho practical com
plotlou of thu dam was iiniiuiiuc?d last
ueek mid tho Superintendent of I'll!)
lie Works now states that It Is ready
ror IjisIiipsb, with twenty-lhreo feet I
iitnn Incliw of water imtsiimiled nml
prepnied to ho used hy the City and
PLANTERS AND BUYERS
ARE H0LDINO OFF
Refiners Purchasing on a Hand-to-Mouth
Basis European Sugars
Scarce nnd Held Tight Cuban
Shippcis Holding Oat.
Tho Kcdernl lteporter of latest dato
reeeUed heru gives u runtime of tho
sugar market (is follows: v
NKW YOIHC, April 5. Thero Is lit.
Ho or nothing to mid to our hud re.
port. llellneiK have continued as buy
era,' on tho hauls of 3Q0c: coat and
freight for Culms, or t.3Gc landol
tortus (or Porto Itlcu ccnlllfugals
basis 90'. Ycirtordny nml today tho
AnicrlcanSug.ir Helloing Company so
cured l'J5,tl00 bigs to 150,000 bugs,
nlloit and for piompt shipment, on
tills, basis. In addition to which theru
were further snleu of Culm sugars', ror
tdilpmont In Citiopo nt 3,00c f. o. h.
Culms basis flfi test, On sugar for
shipment sellers Iwtn been liohllng.out
for 3 l-ICc. cost nnd Height, tho equiv
alent of 4.42cluty pnld, but ait unsold
stocks gradually get neater to Now
York, they finally concludo to nccopt
3.00c, thu prlio hid by tenners, rather
than Incur storage expenses. After
thu purchases of yesterday, tho tuno
was rather better, with nothing offer
ed nl 3 1-trSc-, nml It was thought. Hint
sumo rcllneis might liegln to iiccuinu-
lice im thu Iniiil nininl In thu Capitol
grounds he wan surrounded by u
riwl ff the lliisshitis who loiter ihnro
nil day. Ah twin an they grasped
nut i. nig in trie notice, they showit
thu hoy nsldo and with Hussion'.
ciiisck unci tho Kngllsh "plnutntliii n i
gisid" line the sign down.
The Hamo npcrleneo h?fcll the me
uciiKer nt thu Iwllel camp ami when
lip Ih'K'iii to post tho slcna he wan
County of Honolulu.
Tho completion of tho dam nod the
additional supply of wa'er coupled
with the nliclng of tho new" high lift
pump, it was hoped would luno thu
effect of reducing thu water rules of
thu city hut 4ho two additions to 'bo
water supply ot llm city sunn In huo
had mi opposite eliect,
OI tho sum mentioned Jl.15.0uo h.is
been expended tinder llio ndmlnlstra-
Hon of Mais'on Campbell
Into s'ppplles. Todiiy tho market Is
again quiet, and It looks ns though,
fur (tin itrpuntit l If-nuf III,, u.imt.
IKiIlry or hiijlng only on" a hand to
mouth itasls would ho continued. How
long holders or Cuban sugar will Iw
willing in consign freely unsold stocks
to this mnrket nnd sell thum nt 79
I points under tho world's vnluo, re-
mains to ho seen, At tho close tin)
mnrket Is quiet hut steady wltli llio
spot prlco on llio hauls of 4,3i;c duty
paid for Oil' centrifugals, S.Sttc duty
paid for SO Mtipcoviuloes, and 3,Glo
duty paid for Ml molasses nilgais.
Cuba. (luma cables the drought con
tinues. Our agent wires us thai Con-
Irsls 'Porvcnlr, Tilunvltato nnd Trl
uufo, In Mntantas Province! have tin
Theru Is. no pressure
to sell In Culm. Ilpyers generally am
nwiilllug further ilcvelopiuenrs, whllo
plantcis nro firm In their views, nnd
offer very llltlo sugar. Ab ptovloiifly
pointed out wo do not expect ninth
fulling off In recelp's until after tho
middle or Apt II and the final outturn
or tho crop wll depend largely on
luiw much Biignr In harvested after lh.it
Europe, iVlres nliroad hnvn to-
lnnliird nbout rtendy. One nr our cor-
rnniMin.lm.tu u.lfn 1.4 im.lnr .Into nf
v" " !
"Oil thhl tldo there is no'li'tig spo -
... . .. . ..
rial to leporl, 1io lurgn hpccuhitorj
gagements, hut ns ho scorns to replace
wltli August, llm cTfcct on tho market
Is'hut little. Sugar Is scarru and well
held, and there Is no prcssuro and or-
fm-a nr nttiior ,-nn,. nr tim.i i-Voni
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'"I"""' ""'"" "m " " """" """
orionoous liloas atu growing on your
sldo us to tho uxlent to which specu-
inttvo fiperntnis unvo nuvniireu inn
Kiirnioni) pimKet. In our opinion nil
tt Thu Honry WmitIhhmc Trust K
I ."iii'niijf iiviiii tt miiu iiMI i
It this mornliJg from Ihelr San Xt1
" ,f '-"elKr!! rnrcp'llde;its, EllW, ii
tt 1.27: Inler In the dny Hit ro t:
It Of Ill-it u KiWiuiil rnltlpifriiin mi 21
tt nilllliclng tll.H It h.lll Still riirtlllT tt
tt advanced tii t.29. 'tt
It tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt :t ii tt tt tt I
WASHIIIOTON. Anr. 10. Retire
ment appears to be the order of the
day. Following closo on the an
nouncement o't Senator Aldrich that
he will not icek reelection to the
Senate, Eugene Kale, United States
Senator fiom Maine, announced to
day that h; vioM retire at the close
of his term ot oflitc next March. Ill
health is given ns the cause for this
Congiessman Lowden of Illinois,
who was elected from the district
formerly represented bv R. R. Hitt, 1
also stated that he would not seek
Si!0" t0 the 1Iouse of Eeprese-
Senator Hale has found consider
able onnosition to his reelection in I
I consequence of the campaign of
f Judge Powcts, a brother of the late
, Concrcssman Powers, to secure elec
tion to the Senate. It is believed'
t that Senator Hale docs not feel that i
' his health justifies his point; into a '
sham enmnaien thnt would he neees. '
sar- to secure a return. Mr. Hale is !
seventy-four years old.
TlT?1rr,ir''D ATQ 'H7'TAT
llljIVIULI.ii.lO W UN
ROCHESTER. N. Y., Apr. 19.
BenublicHns of this ConRressionr.1
district suffered a serious defeat to
day, when Havens, the Democratic
candidate, was elected
bv a plurality of four thousand. In
1000 the district was earned by the
Republicans by a plurality of six
thousand. The result todav means a
reversal of ten thousand votes
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Apr. 10.
Frank Cole, the lightweight, is dead
as th result of a solar plexus blow
received last nicht in n nrizc fii-ht
with Stanley Rogers.
WAS TOWED IN
RAN VRANf'ISr.n Anr 11TIip
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DiwMius.1 uuitiu wmia wn ivwlu iiiiw
pi ucrc louay py mc wa"on liner
Lurlinc with her rudden stock
. . i .i . .
broken. The wireless equipment Of
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UlC SlCHIHCr PTOVCd 01 II1C CrCaiCSl
, ., i. .
i nssiKiiiiirn in nnmiiiTif iirr in rrnrn
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jwwiuuiv. jiijjai xnoou.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Apr. 10,'
The Senate todav Dasscd the Rivers
and Harbors Bill, to seriously criti-
cized by Senator Burton with com-
nn:.,.i.. ltitt. j..
.rUVr. ........ ...... .:.:..
""" '' ."l'ri..rs iihvo -ln , i
nntlelp.ito by a eouplo of months what
would havo Inuvltnhly occurred with a
heatciiy or sugnr taier nn, nun nr
(Continued on Page 4)
Falls a Victim
And Is Under Care of
At lltfiS o'clock this moiiilug Mr.
Alexander Young, who Iris Just io-
ceiitly celthiated his golden wedding.
wuli uikeii serlousl) ill In his oil co.
Without any warning he hecauie rigid
ns If ho weio surtorlng front soino form
or a p,iriilytfe stiolie. irnahlo to tlso
or oven stand. Mr. von llaiuui, with
the assistance of sctcinl id thu ollleo
iiupioyees cirileil Mr- Young in n
chair to his automobile which whs
standing iiulslde the miii H-iiuih-Young
Ill tho MCRiiuhllu Dr. (leurgo Her
bert was telephoned for nnd nrrlve-l
within a fow minutes. Alter n hur
tled examination it was dirlded to
ii'n. ih iiillenl to his reslilcnro at
Wftlkikl. Dr. 81. D. O. Wallers wan
summoned and the two doo'urs m
ciuiipanliit Mr. Young to Ills residence.
Dr. Walters will remain with' 'tho
palp nt nt Wnlk 1:1 until six-h time ns
Mr.' Young Is ftifficlcntly reeovercd
to ho left to (jio c-in or a trained
MAN HUNT STILL
Anderson Grace Has Not Yet
Been Located By Detective
I ' Anilernin tjrace, thu escaped negro
n,l,r,lerur' I" '''"" "t lW " ,l'
though a posse of High Sheriff
Henrys men and a iiumher of Hlier-(waa tlieie. To his ustoulshmi'lit olio
I IT Jarrett's iilllcots uro nut on llio of thu warders from tho jail Jitmp
tiall, no signs of tin; wanted mini ed up and casually remarked that lie
hnvn been illbioveied. wns waiting for ti visit from Ornce,
Chief .McDudlH mid his staff have who In wild In have been on friendly
been nut night and day looking for' terms with sonio people who lived
(Iraee, but liejond slotles liroilRhl In near tho plain.
by people who think they have sequ' After n short talk tho Palam.i man
tho murderer, nothing definite has said that he, loo, would keep waiili
been found out.
Tho usual crop of stories or night-
,Jr vls,,r ,,r "fco to Imttses nro
i lug the rounds, tuuf the latest Is that,
a man wnn lives nown at t'uiumu
got homo nt 'midnight anil, on enter -
tug ins iroiii garden, saw a man
Ballinricr's Foe May
Turn To The
' - - ------ '
Aio llio jtolltlo.il irienUfi of fiiffunl
iiirimi tbu doinisotl ox-chlpf f thu
llnltoil ShilpH Kinttiirv tmrpiiu. fur.
... .. .... . . .'
II PI1II1K M IIH tUlltC Itll 1 JllU lllltj Hill-
..in. - i.t..i. i !. i -i ...i I wi
- iiii y-ju ii ahnih rnuin'v iiirii
t . ii-..,...,.. , i.t.. i.i..
-i mi int'in in iiiiiiiii mi. in in iitiiin iiih
i ii,.,,,n.h,u,ii . i..i
on tho Inland or Luzon. In tho far nwnv
Tinner is known to havn ho-n a
vciy chn-o trl I or Plnchot hoforo
hl coming to tho Hhw;iIIuii Islands
""" '"" l W0'K "' ' i"i IT0""-
Thai or was for sumo tlmo ronnucteil
with thu Kedeml Forest iy liureait. Ho
Is the ...Uhor of a work dpalttiB with
. ...,,., nllc,tl(m nllu thtoilghout
tllll pUheatlon Iheru can bo noted n
pro-Plnclmt ttraln which Is tindor-
stood to have sorely nettled llio Hal -
linger fotces who liam hild to do with
At 1.30 o"ulock (JiIk arteriioim. Mr
vn" """"" wl)" . ,n c'iiiP"iy wltli
l)rs. Ilerlicrl nnd Wallers esrorl!l
Mr. Young tu his rcsldcncu at Wal
MM, ww culled up on the phone hy
the Mullet I tt nml iibkcd It the
patient was uny helter. .Mr. von
llninin lcplled Hint Mr. Young wnc
resting comfortably nnd that Dr.
Wnllers was doing nil ho could to
lessen the danger.
'".Mr. Youi'S was seled with con
vitlsluns whllo In his nfllru about
iii-on, nnd I coiihldered It hi stripus
that I called In Drs, Mctbi-it and
Wallets Immedlatoly," stated Mr,
von I latum over the plume.
The doctors luivo miidn ii Ihnrou'
examination, nnd as Mr. Young It.
now rc'.llng rnnifurtnhiy, no change
for' the wori is anticipated.
btrulchcd out near the fence. Al
HhhikIi staled a lot, thu owner of
llio ot culled out ami nBked who
for tho wanted man. Tho warder
remained In front of thu limine, nnd
go-llhe owner sat on a chair on the b.icl,
lanal, Attcr nhnut an hour's -wait.
tun man on inu taunt says that ho
1 saw something creeping along nn his
(Continued on Putce 3)
uio ousting or ptncliot.
'I hayer has Jieen an ardent supiwrt-
er unit defender of Plnchot, ucu
thougli the ex-t'hler I'orostcr "li.ul
aroused thu Iro and enmity of tho
After soveial months spent with
tho newKpapi r game In Honolulu Tink
er secured a ucllpajlng ixinltlini as
nsststnut to Victor Clark, thu chief of
llio eonsiis ror tho Territory or lin
wuli. It has heen fieely Intlmuted
thai Thnyer wnordeted dnipped Tnini
tho I'edcral pu roll at thu Instaneo
of T.ift who had heen upprlscd of tho
ltllliiilo taken hy Tlmjcr In his ind
ent defense or Plticjiot,
Thu story Hint Is now going tho
inunils s In lliu etTect that Plnchot,
who h nlcd as n wealthy man mid n
pet son of Influence In lliiauUnl cir
cles of the Hast, lias heen Induced to
"..'.'"' ""." "" ' "i.V" "I'lirissii oi uio
flllllllllli IllUiili 111 ' lintnn It h j mil.
""""" " - if ". ."-
en! i uron of IMnciiur.
Tliu s(ry Hint fn ntnv KniiiK (ho
munrta l Hie flTrct thnt IMnchot.
! Ih rAv uh n winltliy man nml n
.. r i..rt.. i ii ii ..i-
l"-'iP l lllllilfliui; ill lllliUK-lIll lir
Ia itf I ho I :up.t I tu a Imnn Itttliicil tu
- ... ......v
ftirtili h n mini mililrlfMit tit ulnH Tlmv.
fiirnli.li n sum sufficient to start Thay
er on n tnlbsion to the Philippines
which has to do with the uciuireiiietit
of vast n reages near Manila or some
other nvnllaldu shipping port In llio
Thayer Is" said to have declared him
self competent to select suitable land
.-... ..!. -.... .-,.t..iv .
or on n inlbsion In tTo Phlllnoliies
whlcli has to do with tho uciulremeut
or vast si reages near Muni a or some
oilier nvnllado 'shipping port In llio
Thayer Is" said to have declared him-
neir competent to select siiitunio land
ror tho suctehsful nroiHigiiHuu of Bug-
for tho sucichsfni pruiHigutiuti or Bug-
Dest.lte thu runealcd declaration
Thuver. made hi-hlin lifter his nrrlviil
nt Manila thnt ho represented idol'li-rous sot or Indroues who for n longl
Dllllugliam Interests In his alleged llnie continued a reign of terror In tjioj
. land nuiehases. thu Ullllnglinms of
, Honolulu poslthcly deny that Tlinyert
WATER RATE CARD J
Imitating Advance Isl
Calculated Al $6
CAMPBELL POINTS TO
A t-niupailsoii of Hie wntcr ratcjl
Hint prcwilh'd before being cuperscdv
ed liy tin order of Siiiierliitrii-tent nf 1
-rnimc worss Mnri-ini i-aniinicn os3
Inbllih'ng u flat irrlgalliig rule or J2uj
per acre tier annum or lUeelgliths o
.1 tent pur N'tiitro ird shows that:
the! into of ii-llttlict. ti'-r rre In Slt.-l
Hirtlou a of -lite old "nit- oif(lh.re-iiti5
Irrigation where conllncd to suclil
miii jiiiiiii. in nn- iiii u- urt- pu jii9iii.ii j
from tluie to lime by tin l'uperltiten
dnt of Wnler Works ul (ho rate of
one nan eeni ier Mpi.ire jurii per nu
ii 1 1 1 ii ; no annual i liargo to be less tliunl
Tlie ndvuneu In raten will nota
imoiint to 13,000 for r.X'OO roiuiuincrs'
' "m cltv wnter" declareil Cuinnbelll
1 1 morning In explanation of tho udjoj
ijiiw In the (barges. "As I Imu
itn'teil lieforo ll is esscutlnl tli.il tliitl
rlnrges on llm harbor shipping shall
li" reilm-eii and Mint llio bunion bo
mure rnultably dlcttibuled
"T-iko Hie Sierra on In-r last PJl
l lhu oorU Tlio charges for walcri
wero 1 170 35 l jltily r-xoibi(nut Thi
cMiirsluu stoniuslilp I'levelnnl imlJJ
V-'UI If the water lute Hint Is etinrg
ed to llm householders was charged
to lhr bhlpiilng l Im Clecl.iud would j
bne paid nbout i,'
I waul it distinctly understood thnt
thero Is no advance In tho houichohlj
wnler rales. It nppllia simply Io thq
Irrlg.illiig a leas and clauses of exs
uiiiptlon will ho prulited Hint w)ll
cM-ludo all iiorliouo of aieu Hint artil
not slrlcth under t-tiltl vatlnn llujl
pornon oecuiueii uy uie--iiiim,e, iuob
walks, the ehlckcu janl nid tho sln-
hie will be excluded fronp tin- nra
or cnlrulntloii I iaVo ricelu'd iiianya
K-qiiesi l nun inn suippiug inieruv. oia
ho Terrl'ory li renlju t til" riMm oil
in eoiiltiibln bisls nnd Hut Is wlial IJ
ini trying in do"
"TOM" LUCAS DROPS
DEAD AT HIS HOME
i ' "
atf f t i
wpii Kiinwn is h? m;in
Kept Going Till The
Ihom.iB-H'-Lucas, ot tho flrrn'ofl
l.ucas lliotheiB, died nl his hotnoX
this morning from heait illt-asu. Mr.
l.ttras was nl thu telephone when jiol
fell In n faint and did ma rcgaluj
Loiiscluusness, Ho isd been dowuj
town the early part of tho forenoon,
Mr. Lucas had been In falling
health for llio" Inst jcar or more, but'
he refused to gh. up, and kept go
ing till tho last beat of (ho heart.J
In a stle Hull wiu Ihorouglily char?
"Tom" l.uc.is a one of tho liostj
known citizens of Honolulu. Ho
(Continued on race 3) 1.1
Till: MATHON Nnvkvlun oleitna
willielinlna Is srhcdiile.1 tu fill fori
tfll ... r n, . . i
jinn m u..w luiiiurruMr impimiik miq
.,B.i .. in .... .. i... ..r . ..1
ll'imvi "til mill (MiiF i ltipt'il
Kn nml fv liitmlrid Muih nf frvlcbtl
In trnnsit rutin ttn.i I'n.ncHco Tliol
Wllhotmtna will tnli( on a vhliuupiit
.. .. i ..I..- I. .. i." si;.
"i miii'ii w Hll' Hljnr hi im- ii
ivrill iwnl Kho In fri mil irif M.in I r.fn'
..-., .... v . .-
pIrpo mi Aurll "7
..p.-.. .... .,..,. ,
U tt Jt tt ft U tt tt Ui
has any I'lnn-cl n villi Hielr flmv
The land nlilrh Tlinver la sad Id
hno ncuulred h situated on tho shorcf
or Uiko I-acuuii, a large liody of frvkhl
water situated about twenty mliyl
irom .-mum.. mino is iiraww
thu Paslg Itler which flows thmuRhJ
tho central nortpm.of tho city ot.MH.-l
tif'nlta. Tho Ltiguun illslrlct his untlll
lato years lioon lltfostcd with u inrir
inso couniry nils cvu uas in a meas-j
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