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EVENINO nCLLETIN. nONOHJLU. T. II., BATUrtDAVy.JUtiY 9, lfttO. " "
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Although It attracted comparative- rq.t)lzo tho great n mount of pcrma.
ly llttlo nttcntlon from tho penplo nent work, (insuring nn Increased per
generally, the event of tho past week nianent population, that Is going on
of tho greatest purport to the future and will continue under tho Federal
of Honolulu was the hrlcf visit of government on this Island, nnd In
tho Secretary of War, Mr. Dickinson.' the Immcdlato vicinity of'thls city.
When one stops to consider how
much 'lufluenco Sir. Tnft exerted Federal Buildintr.
whllo .Secretary of War for the do-! Letters from tho Delegate received
-velopmcnl of our nutlounl defonscs
In the raclllc, ho should certainly ho
Impressed with what Secretary Dick
inson may do for or ugulust us dur
ing his term of oHlcc. A great many
Bccm to bellove that Mr. Taft, as
President, will see that his plans are
carried out regardless of what tho
present Incumbent of tho War Ofilco
may think. This Is true to a certain
extent, hut tho fact remains, never
theless, that a Secretary In touch'
and In sympathy with tho asplra.
tlons of a Territory may do a great
deal toward forwarding tho opera
tions of the department for n speedy
completion of tho plans, that may ho
put down as broadly national.
Officially Mr. Dickinson was put
through tho puces In lively style. It
whs most unfortunate, that some
thing went wrong In tho scheme for
tho final event of tho evening, and
Honolulu presented tho dubious ex
hibit of turning out loss than ono
hundred peoplo to -listen to an ad
dress by and to meet tho Secretary
or War of tho United States. In
lcw of tho pow-wowb tho town has
made over Jopat.ceo and Chlncso po
tentates and dignitaries from other
lands, Dickinson might form his own
Ideas of what sort of Americans tho
people of Honolulu aro, unless ho Is
of a chnrltablo turn of mind and real
Ires that someono must huvo blun
Somo dcclaro that greetings to
high olllclula of tho government have
nothing to do with business. It Is
ill was b good business to show respect
for tho ofllclnln of your country and
to show them exceptional courtesy.
Mr. Dickinson did not say much,
but when ho reaffirmed tho an-
nouuecnient that the Government In
tends to locate u laigor forco of men
In tho forts nnd barracks of this
city, ho Issued another guarantee of
tho futuro prosperity of tho city of
thib week give a full explanation of
what has been douo In connection
with tho additional 1300,000 for tfio
extension of tho Mnhuka slto. Con
gross has authorized that UiIh amount
bo transferred from tho $850,000 ap
propriated for the building, to tho
site fund, nnd tho money Is thus
made available without Immediately
Increasing tho total appropriation
for our Fcdoral building, Just what
will happen now Is n matter 'of con
jecture A great many bellevo that
tho 350,C00 which was tho Govern
or's secret estimate, based on the tax
returns, will not ho sufficient to meet
tho just claims of such concerns as
Hall & San, who have a long unex
pired lease, nnd Castle & Cooke,
whoso reconstruction of tho Cum
mins block Is now going on under a
lease very recently closed. On tho
othor hand, somo business experts,
who claim to Have had experience
In condemnation proceedings by tho
Government, assert that tho owners
of property and of leuscs mixed up
In this site extension can not main
tain any latm against tho Govern
ment larger than their taxation re
turns. All that is now known posi
tively Is that there la a grout deal
of argument an I trouble ahead, und
there Is still tho feeling that the
supporters of tho civic center for
Palace Square nro expecting a tie-up
and an ccntunl turn to tho Irwin
Increase In the number of depositors j has been found that gives a high
ns well as tho size of tho deposits.
tlelurns from tho sugar crop that
aro steadily coming 1:. easo up tho
yiuld per aero on tho higher levels.
Tho only stocks rtportod sold otli-
money market, but the source of tho 1 or than thoao mentioned wore thirty'
real financial strength of any coni. seven Hawaiian Sugar at 40 ten Kwa
munlty Is found In a larso number, at 31, twenty Urcwcry at IS and ftvo
of comparatively small depositors. Mutual Telephone at 15,
That Is what Honolulu has at the I
nrcsent dav. The withdrawals of 8uaar Price.
large sums by tho "large" customers Haw sugar prices have advanced to'.Cc
uel do Mcllo, Joseph Paahao, J, M.J. I'. Diss, Amos Mawae, Hoi. Paa-
Koahou; oxecutlvo committee. Andrew
Ilrljtht. George, Kawal, John Kalllanu,
John Wallace, Jos. Luahlwa.
Seventh of the Fourth.
President, Chas. Olo; vlco president.
Henry Klcmme; second vlco presf.
dent. Thomas Kakatla; secretary, F.
Cockett; assistant secretary. John HI
wola. Fred. Kauai.
Eleventh or the Fifth.
Thirteenth of tho. Fifth.
President, W. L. Smith; first lco
president, Wro. H. Palkull; Bocond
vlco president, Wm. Holl Thornton;
secretary, M. C Amana; assistant sec-
jretary, Eugcnn Alu; treasurer. J. R,
(Continued from Pare 11 ..l10' Jr,; ,rca"uror. n- J- C- .Cohen; alt; judges of election, 8. P. Cor
.:.. . "..', tJSl.tt. Judges of election. Alfred Kalll. J. K. rea O.K. tftlllman. Jamn. K Ahlmr
....... "..... ... ........ I 4 aa nml l.n.,1. I., nnrllv ,,f R IK ""v '". "(huh, wc- ,,,.,. .. .,.,.. ; . ... -.-."
money shortage lost sprl..g. IlTt advices from Now York nro "ZrTllZyVM Oloson- a si
jsuchns to er!ato a fair degreo of con. 1""'", ,A ",.'""
llllo promises to bo well supplied)
fidence In n rising and firm prlco of X , "' Ke,kf,! .,,."w.' "
. ...,.. t-... ..in ii.i. . i. Cassldy; judges of election. K. Kca-
with hanking facilities. On the' "" TT ',,, ;'"TV "'' T 1, ,",' . . S"l'"' "mauma. Paahao; exc-
.i.-- Ik. Jiik. -k. n i .k'c,,"vo committee, James Mcrsehcrg,
ther the slight shading in prlco tho a ,. ..., , ... i , ,.
latter part of tho week Is tho llIi&JCHK",l,K,Mv,!K,,,, '
nlng of another drop during which I thL DV .hi fu h
ikn .ni.in n,.. ,i,.ninw .,.. .., ,.lTh,rd or the Fourth.
tvw f s I Prrtuliintit I nrrtit AhiImiu !(
first of July the Dlshop & Co. branch
bank opened, with Mr. Wntson, re
cently with the Audit Company of
Hawaii, In charge. Th6 llllo Trust
Company, of which Mr. Z. K, Myers
Is tho commanding factor, Is also
nearly rendy for business, and coop
erates with tho Vlrst Hank of llllo.
Thcso Institutions should give llllo
and the Island of Hawaii just enough
competition to build up tho country
and prevent a financial monopoly
with which llllo was at one tlmo
Mnlkapu nnd Paklaj oxecutlvo com- executive committee, nen. P. Zablan.
mlttee. 1.. K. Kn-nc, Moses Wire. W. John I., Fleming. A. I Castle, Daild
Harbottle. Chas. O. Ilnrtlett and Wm. K. Hoaplll. A. F, Jin)d.
Kaheluakahl. . I A boom wag started for A. F. Judd
El.hth o( the Fourth. for senator. Tho names of Wm. B.
President. James F Morgan; first' Inlkull and Harry ton Holt wcro men
lco president, Dan Kekaha; second I tonel for s6pcrIsohs','
vice prcslderit, John F. Eckart; scc-'Fise" Report's.
retory, James T. Carey; treasurer, 1 An cwdonCo of the absoluto unrn
Wllllam T. I.ucns; JudEcs of election. IlnWUty of tho morning paper's re-
slight sag previous to a spur,! that' Uf0 vmUm A K Kihlnui'-econ,!! -J- ,w- "'. J- K- uc"' nn P0'0' " "cpubllcan precinct club
thd year. Thero seems ngt tho rtlBht.p.J" Ka'- '
est doubt howcter thlt the Uu I lo- H,"1 T' ' V't , '. " "" ' ?a"'
i,.. ... ii,i.. ,. i ..i i ,,. Alfred Cooper asstrtant secretary,
LW'JSa1'.0. nw Mallo; treasurer. W. C. Wee
.. -. .. ., r i J i. f..i. dn: JU'lRO'1 f ejection: John Knllma
V4 -i uu inviuhu ua 1,-u, iii wu m
Iluslncss on tho Stock Kxchango has
been fairly good though It cannot bu Kalmukl section and tho number of
Ileal estate, aud especially the su
burban property of Ilio Kalmukl Umd
Company, has been very active. Thero
Is n general movement toward the
.. .,j u wiuubn ii luiimii uu KaimuKt section and mo numocr oi, - - ,
classed ns lively. Honokaa and Olaaihom? builders among the buyers Is JUngworlh, first vlco president; Hlrnml
pchu. Manuel Rawlins Souza. W. T.
Schmidt; oxecutlvo comniitteo, J, VI
lchaves, 8. Nott, J. E. Keama. Kn-
Ilmnnehll. Phnn. Knnn)iti .TnA P. Pnna.
C. Hon, C. C. rthodes. W. C. Weedon.l l'"'' Woodward; treasurer, E.I, of lie
Fourth of tho Fourth. wnrd Koarty; Judges of election, 8. ready
J. H. Sopcr. president; S. I Chit
aro tho stocks In which tho largest on tho Increase
dealing has been done, although them
has bcon a steady trading in Oohu at
32,75. Honokaa sold ut 19.50 tho first
of tho week and under tho Influenca
Kolomoku, second vice president; J
A. Thompson, secretary, and Marston
Campbell, treasuicr. P. U Weaver.
Clarence II, Cooke, Norman Watklns
Judgo Robinson made a report for
tho I.nnd Court for tho end of tho
year na of Juno 30. Ho shows that
of tho now demand Is now hold at, tho total urea of laild registered from
20. Olaa took a turn Thursday nnd rti-i in inn? in tuna in mm
tho 5.25 slock was clcanod up. Krl-'72.3R7.r.sfi weres t-iltiod nt 11.739.722. 'election; J. II. Fisher, Marston Camp-
day tho stock Bold nt 5.375 and nd-iha iCRiMratlon for tho year ending 1)t'11 nl111 s- " Rme trustees. Tho
vanccd on board sales to 5.50. Dus-'j,mu jo was C3.31C acres valued at' attendanco was large.
pile tho fact that Wulalua plantation t56O,C00. Tho ulu of the TorrctH, Fl,lh .' th8 Pourh.
was nover In belter physical condl- iaI mio Is being belter understood I'lesldent. Charles Huslaco Jr.,
ln. .h.i n..,. k..i . ......k h..,.ii., ... . . . . ..... ' flpuf v(in npp.lilnnl Arfhlir (Tlivn,,
Wm. L. Welsh, Henry liiplnda.
Ninth of the Fifth.
Two resolutions wcro Introduced In
,in n,i nn.. h.i n,,,,!,' nrr.nv ......... ...". .".,..". "k" ' first vleo iircsldent. Arthur Covno: "on B"Q ,ol",w n 'caucr in party
;;.,; 7' "., ., :, "u : " .Trr",; Kami Mco nmld.nL W. K. KaVrat- l"c. except ho head of tho Hep-ib. awe. Oeorgo Keloba,
.u.vi w ..--. t.v.., L.k.v .-- w ii iiiu niuiiuriv ill iiiu ajii mil uiiiu .----,. iii -..,.,, ..ii..Hii . i--l. -m . -i.
thlaitl; secretary. Y. R. I)wrcy; assistant ""- -"". ... "'" " " n.,
upon, that stock has ii .1,0 hronortv of the city will havo
declined during ino wcok anu ciosua t8 title eslubllshlng Ihroiigh
on Frldny at 130.50 bid. 1 court.
Honokaa Ib advancing under tho Mori Steamships,
strength glvon It by tho nksurnnce N.. h comes from Han Francisco
of Its water eupply through tho com- tho Pacific Mall la contemplating tho
pletlon of tho lower Hamakua Ditch construction of additional passenger
and also tho excellent showing of tho liners of tho most modern typo for
ciop thai will bo taken off noxt year tho Oriental run. with n stop ut Iloun
W Francis M Wlcl C N. Marques; ' "Whereas. Tho Hon. Jonah K. Ka- sldont, Une; secretary. J. C. Crow
,kntleccutlo committee' C. W. Zlcglcr.l lanlanaole, Dolognlo to Congress has, dOr; Assistant secretary. Harry Ka
il ' W W. Hnrrls F. Il' Damon, W. W, through his efforts and courteous noa; treasurer, K00J executive com-
Chamberlain. K. A. C. Long,
Sixth of the Fourth.
Picsldcnt, Charles M. Costa; first
CongiWH wag very good to Hawaii Willi no more fear of drouth Honokaa' lulu, Thoso will help hull.! up tho lco president. J. N. Koaloha; second
11 tho matter of appropriations, butt will ho ono of tho popular und strong tourist trade und should almi arrectu lco (irwldcnt, W. N. Kananoano; sec-
I . .. . ... . . .. - t ,.. t ln L',lnllnl. malclatll BliMPA,
there Is no certainty that It has sut'
tlod tho Federal building slto so that
the' site will ho ready for tba plans
promised by tho architects to bo fin
ished by tho first of tho jcar.
Coincident with tho coming of Mr.
Dickinson Is tho announcement by
Colonel Schuyler that nil points of
difference regarding tho slto for tho
cavalry post nt I.cllohua hao been
Hank aril trust company state
ments as of Juno 3U havo attracted
attention In business circles this
week, and without exceptiorf tho fi
nancial exhibits of tho Institutions
reporting up to the present day aro
most grntlfylLg. Nover In tho his
tory of hanking has thero been
such a strong showing na that pre.
tented by Illrhop & Co., tho oldest
banking Institution of tho Territory
settled nnd within a comparatively
short tlmo tho eonstru:tton of tho und tho first to make Its report, Hcl
permanent post, to cost over $200,- utlvety satisfactory was tho last
000, will begin. Tho slto of tho per. statement of tho Cluus Spreckels
muuunt post Is to Include a largo Company. whl:h on tho first of July
uhnp) of tho picbcut locution, became tho Hank of Hot.olulu. Tho
1 First National also presented a
Pearl Harbor Work, splendid financial condition in Its
Walter Dillingham returnod on lite statement as of July 8, for tho
siune Bteamor that brought Secretary youngest banking Institution of the
Dickinson, on tno i.urnno, ronow- cuy.
ing, a lnrge quantity of largo ma- Trust companlos are In line with
chlnery for tho dredging operations thq banks. Statements havo been
nt Puarl Harbor was brought to port, published of thp Henry Wntcrhouse
und as all tho appropriations sought Trust Company, that has handled
from Congresa for the proper for- some of tho latjeit doula of tho
warding of tho Pearl Harbor work year; -thd Hawaiian Trust Company,
were pasred aB requested by the de- that Is alwast) steady aud conserva-
partments, tho next jear or more tlve; and tho Dlshop Trust Com-
should wltncEs great activity 1st that puny, the
part of the Island, an activity tho All tho
Influence of which Is felt very mate- nn Increase
rlally In the city of .Honolulu. I liberal margin
, Resldcnta of Honolulu do not yet ilerstooit that
M, Woodward; oxecutlvo comniitteo, iiuetlngs Is given In the report of
Richard I)aln, Harry T. Lako, John. the meeting of the Thirteenth' of tho
K. Kamunoutu, Jos. Woodward, II. Fifth. Tho report says that a boom
Perrclra. I was started for Wm. E. Palkull for
Ninth of the Fourth. I representative. As a matter of fact
President. C. L. Crabbe; first vice the natno.of Palkull was not brought
president, 8. W. Kalclklnl; second, before, the meeting. Mr. Judd, pro
tleo president, 8. I, Aylett; secretary, posed that tho cltib endorse 8. P. Cor-
John Marculllnn; assistant secretary,, rca for renomlnatlon for tho Housn
Representatives where ho has at-
served faithfully for two terms.
nold; oxecutlvo commlteo. Iaul Jar- will como up later as a candldnto for
rctt, Gcorgo O'Neill, I,. K. Twomoy. Supervisor, ho did not figure In last
Fourteenth of the Fifth,
President. Charles Kanekoa; first
vlco president, 8. Piihla Malolua; sec
ond vlco president, KapuUnl: score-
Joseph Richards and J. M Llttlo. ox-!11',1" mcellng boforo offjeera wcro no-
.. ... .. ., -. n m I minuted. Solomon Maholons. Intro-
IIUUIIVU cuiuilllliu; T. 11. iiuukh. k.. 1.1 . , " . . ----- , --- ,. ,---. -prr--- -.
I tltlnlnlin -nil 1. P Ahlra tn.li-rn iif MULI'U i,uu uwu c, J, ornwiura 111" 1"J, V.110NK VyllBU nnu mine .ra-
election: J. II. Fisher. Marston Camn-.olnor- Tcy wre! ford; assistant secretary. A. K. Vlor-
"Resohcd, That wo, tho enrolled ra; treasurer. Wm. Kwl Fong and
Republican voters of tho Ninth Pro- D. L. Akwal; Judges of election, D.
clnct. Fifth District, hereby pledge Kane, Wm. Olepau, Chas. Alu. A. U
our alleglanco to tho party orgaulia- Dolstcr; oxecutlvo committee, John
lion nnd follow no leader In party Mancku, O. II, Mabolona, W. H., Kc-
seeret.irv W It Howard' treasurer Aiminor rvsoiuuon onereu uy cu j. i-rosiaeni, A. a. ttaioiopu; vico pro-
rinm Phltlliii- hnlcos of election J. Crawford, was carried, as follows: sldcnt, E, Johnson; second vlco pro-
rlantatloiiB of tho list. ally quiet the demand for suspension retury. John haaunl; assistant secro-
Pacific Sugar Mill Under August of tho American laws for tho protec uiry. joiiu aienoioia; ireasurer, ni-
Ahrons management is also In nno tion of shipping. kl Manuwni; Judges of election. Man-
condition nnd thero would undoubted. , W n " n a u u n a n a n n a i
ly bo conslderublo acthlly In that New Promoter. , or Ihf lutor-lsland steamers win go
stuck If It wero not so closoly hold., W. II, Mclncrny has been ndded Into effect noxt nook. Tho Mauna
Tho capital stock of that compmy to the moniborshlp of tho Proniotlon Koa Is to Icavo Honolulu at 10 o'clock,
was Increabed to 1750.000 tho first of Committee apif he is certain to bo a Tuesday and by cutting out tho land
.tiilv. nt tho S25U.O0O Increase, nno vigorous nromotcr of nggrosslvo cam- Ing at Mukona arrive In IIIU) early
- . . .-' !. . .... ... .... ....,.. n-k. nin...ll lu
half 1s -paid In cash and ono nan putgns. jicmcrny nrsi snawcu wnni weuncsuuy muruniK. mwmi
goes to tho stockholders us n stock, sort of a promoter ho Is when ho jook to cut uown us umo mi mo ruiuiu
dividend. hold of tho Trnns Pacific yacht race, trip from llllo and nrnvo in nono-
At times ho haa been the hick hbno lulu on Wednesday Instead of Thurs-
Tho progress Hint wos promised . nn.l tho ballast of the holo propo- day morning. Theso nro Improve-
for Olni early in thn season Is mate-! sltlon. Tho succoss of the venture mctita for qnlckor dispatch and bet-
rlallxlng. and this Is mnklng tho nn.l the Increasing Interest each )ear tcr accommodation of passengers,
ttock pOpulir with thoso who stilt Is th? best proof of whnt Mclncrny
bellevo In sugar stocks as opposed can do. Public nttentlon will bo vcr)' much
I centered on tho Prohibition campaign
Tho will of tint lato Alexander In tho noxt two weeks. Althpugh
Yourtg wos filed for probate this comparatively little. Is said of It In
week Mr. Young leaves un estate the open. It Is obvious that any moa-
valued at 11,125.785. Mr. Young made sure of succesH for tho Prohibition
ways, bcon. enabled to secure liberal mlttee, II. Kahalo, Koala, tipeckman,
appropriations from tho federal gov- Lane, Crocdon; Judges David Uray,
ernment for various works now In chairman, Kalaclwa dnd Kalotohla.
progress of couslruclon and somo eleventh of" Xh Fifth,
which uro In tlmo to us conatruccd, First ticket was placed' In nomlna
and tlon by Pulchu, as follows:
"Whereas, Wo deem It right and President, Bamucl C. Dwlght; vlco
proper ut nils, uur biennial gathering, president, Jnn Kapono, first vlco pre
to express our appreciation for what sldcnt, William Laa, secretary I'- Sit
our Honorable Delegate has accom- vu, asst, secretary, .Noah Kauhano;
pllshed for this Territory; therefore, treasurer, F. F. Fornandoi; executive
"Resolved, That "tho Ninth Precinct, committee, Nagrsn, Fernandei, 8. M.
fifth District, Republican Club, en- Pulchu. Sam Kalola, Sara Paulo, liar
dorses his namo us candidate for ro- ry Auld; Judges, Moses KameWoa. An
nomination, nnd further I (ono Fernandez und Moses Kauwe,
"Resolved. That his nrcclnct nleda-' Second ticket was placed Iri noml-
Lc.s Its candidates to the territorial con- nation by D. Kama, as follows:
vcntlon or tho Republican party to rrcsmeni, i, ii, itu t,c.icUi,
him; and further -Ino Kapono, first vlco president, Sam
"Resolved, That tho voters of this Kalola; secretary. U. Kane; assistant
precinct will bco to It that ho Is elect- secretary, David l Desha; treasurer,
c.l at the fall campaign." . B" w- Bpncer) executive oommlt-
Two tickets were placed In nomlna- tee, Rudolph Duncan, J. d; Tuckor,
tlon. ono headed by Chas. Holoua for Jna., Kanae, IMward Drew. A. O.
president being known as tho "Une Kannoglesscr; Judges, Antono For
t,lckct." and the other headed ! H nandes, Frank Kanae1 and Peter Ka
li. Alapal as president, being c i t nao.
cred tho regular ticket. Tho regular.
A 8UQQE8TION ON ECZEMA.
to the many outsldo propositions that
havo been brought' Into tho market.
Olan should clnso tho season with
a reduction of at loast $200,000 In Its
Indebtedness. Somo claim thut It
will bo S300.000. Thli will bo brought
about by a decrease In tho cost of
production of a ton of sugar ub well
as by tho Increase In tho prlco of
sugar. Tlio reduced cost of produc
tion Is ofcourso ono of tlio very Im
portant features that gives tho Block
strength. Olaa has gono through Its
experimental porlods und Is now han
dling cane udapted to tho buveral
tcctlotm of tho property and gaining
thn best rcuults from tho soil In
......a lnnnna thn nrrifllfrMnn
11UII1U iiioiuuyv- ... ,,....-..-. ...... -. - - ..'...... ... . 1 .,1. ,.n ..,.! n- . rl ,. .. l
gnr per aero has been douhltd by a Sophie Crcssaty is named an ins pur-, I'roniumon win u.. u.u. i .. i- pre. eiu. . """ "-- YJioi ,orilg aro often wa8t8j her
would have been morn
his money In Hawaii and reinvested cause will have a very damaging and Icke was as followa: I'rosldent. H,
. ' . . ...... ..... .. . .... .. th. t..' If Alnnnlf first vlcn nrealdent. J. K
It ror tho advancement oi tno mtur- tnissnuy iiuasiroun ciu " " - " ,' . , ,, . n-i1 it u niesestod thst ectoma suffer-
csts o,f tho country that had dealt bor conditions In tho Islands. Tho Kekaula; second lco prcBldent. Col- It Is KW -M' '"?.
kindly with him. If all tho men who people who havo been brought hero one W; Becrctary. Sol. Mahelona art tho lnolulu I r u Co, . U
have made fortunes in Hawaii showed to labor do not take kindly to the assistant secrcary, Wm. Huchlnson: 'J1
ing more 'rapidly oven that It la to- mutant as a necessity and fOod. If mlttee, E. J. Crawford. M. K. Kami- Prescription.
du).( I t,o conditions of llfo in the islands wal. Joe Dlas, a C. James, Ed. Mo-
(urn made Irksome for thoso people, rcno,
Tho Kentwell property at Wulklkl Instead of remaining ub perinuneui The "Uno iickui- nonuiiaiious .,,., iinnbUiu Juiy g to
and rhlnatown has been loI.1 and was rosldcntB aa tho contluucd prosierlty wero aa follows: .t. .-."- !...... . 'ii .
, cv ,-.... ...... ..... . .,.., .k. ..-i, xi.. -. .k.. ..i.ia .In.nnnrtu will leave. iril,l,ml rhaii. llnlnua: first vice m a oi ai a, mw, "
romo instances ino prouueuon oi bu- nicu iur tckuiu minus, iuu ..wn. .-..o. u, UiU ,,,..... ......- , ... . . .-. ...... . .. .-. - .---
joungcni in ub iiusb. change In tho variety or cane, unco cnasor ann io.uuu uiu cuimim-i-uiui. uiscuiuum -iui,i. ... - o .--- r,....v,.... .-, .. .if. i,icv
financial Institutions show .. Was thought that tho lands of tho Cottogoa will be built on tho boacli of theso Islands than was done by Oeo;go F. Wright; assistant, secro- ";":.""
of ilepoclta and n very,i,mh..r Imuln would have to ho nban- property thn four leudlng ngltniors ni ino dry. hick iiicnnr.is: irenmirer, , . i. "''""
otcoln rairlod for tlio Uonetl. nnd I'uun wpnlil bo the sal- eara otrlko, who wcro let out of jau Malle; Judges o election. . u ,, "'""" "
of their clients. It U nn- ration of Iho property. Now Puna Is Island Steamer Chanoea. the other day unner ronraimau -. rikei ivaiunn r uii..-u, -. v. "" - -
thero hna been a steady produclne cll and a variety of cano Important changes In the scholulo sentence. cxceutivo commim-c, j. i. ........, m, ..oivi.
of election. ( K l'u ' A widow may have words of pral,
Pllmnku, J. K. Kami; for her lato husband. Hut n sleepy JM
mltteo, J. K. Knlani, lfe, neverl M
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