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EVENINQ OULLETIN,' HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3? isfl! ' ' '
llnnoliilit ( hauler- t'mo
I l(r, 7 tilt) i. III.
Honolulu 'I lilril Dinnc.
Ocrntilc1 hlrtl Dtirrec.
Hawaiian Si cemd Hcgrtr.
All visiting memben of the
Order are cordially Invited to
sttond meetings of local lodge!
Meet on the
, 2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
MARINE FK6IHEEHS' ItZ
4KEFICIAI ASSIATIOH. ditiou cor.
HAWAIIAN TMB2, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meet every Hrt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythlai Hell. Visiting brother! cor
!IIy Invited to attend.
U. FOSTER, Bachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of R.
SONOLUIU AEREE, HO, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! of each month at
730 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Grrctaula and Tort street!.
Visiting Eagles r.r Invited to at
tend. CUM A DAVIS W P.
Y.M C. JIcCOY, Sec
.HONOLULU LOEQE, 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Ixjitge No. 616. D. P. O
tks, meets In their hull,, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday eve-
(ning. visiting Druthers are cordially
'nvlted to attend
r r n isrvnntn v. n
(im r M.t'i:ai:ij, sec
WK. HcETNLEY I0D0E. NO. 8.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
tenlug at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P,
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretarila. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
F F KILOBIT, C. C.
R. A JACOIiSON. K. It. S.
Broken tenses r placed quick
ncci rate work
kpeelul Ion es jrr und to order
Itroluu frjiuen rrpulnd iiromptly
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building. Fort 3treot
Over Mjpy it C
uy oicrra . .
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Stroet, opposite Young
When Building a
Put in your home tho moat con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For in
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW. P. O. Box
669, Honolulu, or Trent Trut Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything Now Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Jliisonlc llulldlm.', corner Hotel and
The best Lenses In tonn to fit crcry
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, M per hour, Lowls Stables.
Those who drink at the Anchor
Saloon nro Immune from cholera
(lay's nnd Joe Knlana'a ioccmobllc
can be found at the Auto Liter);
J W A Ilcdhnuso, watchmaker and
Jowcier, has resumed business In the
Masonic lomple, Alnkcn sticet. First
class wntchttork a specially
A suit Insert mi villous allegations
of mlstioatmcnt bus been filed In the
Circuit Court b) nlturneys for Mrs
l.lly Line Joseph Love being tbo tie
femlant. M III" suggestion of Clt) nnd Count)
PhuhUin uon Frank C Ollvelm
his bon appointed n sanltnry Insprsj.
tor with tho regulation cninpcnsfttlun
Tin- new iiamn was brought before tho
ltoirrt of Supervisor Inst evening
A rirorrt sugar crop fop 1012 Is ex
pected bv W 11 Hooks, who has Just
returned front n trip to Mnul and
llnw.ill He sns be never saw en no
looking so well ns the Hawaii cano,
nurt piertlets that some of tbo Ills
M.iihI plantations will outdo an thing
in their hlstoiv
tlocrnor Frcnr Is luck from bis
trip to Maul whero ho Inspected tho
Kula pipe line and mado tho trip
through the cr.ttcr of Halcakala Ho
stales that tho contractor lfor tbo
Kula pipe line will havo to make cor
tnln Improvement in tho wooden sec
tion beforo final payment Is made.
Tho Amalgamated Order of Park
Keepers have presented a united front
tor tho full pay envelope In n peti
tion that bears the signatures of all
attendants nt city parks, nnd received
b Mayor Kern, It Is alleged that the
(onhtant Inerc-wo n living expenses
has mado the life of tbo poorly paid
keeper of municipal breathing Hpota
anything but a continuous spasm of
bliss It's up to tho Ways and Means
Commltteo.to flint tho additional
A. J Cnmpbill, tho ngent for the
Territorial Uoard of Immigration now
In Europe. It to continue In bis posi
tion Under the reorganized board This
wits nnnoiinccn )csieruny, Willi tnonii
illtlonnl Infornmtlon that Mr Camp'
boll Is personally anxious to roturn to
llavill but that tbo board Is satisfied
Willi bit work and will urge that bo
remain or, at tbo most, rome back to
the Islands for n short trip only. M
Hllu, the Portuguese ngent, Is also
to continue In the employ of "tho I oinL
10HN T. McCllOHSON" IcivoWor
wiitrtiinKtc-n next iweck, ( ,
j .11 uai is-rcpoTUHiiiius morning
as tonsldorably tinprocil
J VRi:r U. SMITH was. a loturnlng
pasiicnKer pn tho Manna Ixn yester
day J P COOKR who has gone to Ha
waii on a business trip, Is expected
MR S. KOJIMA Is returning from
Japan in tho Chiyn Marti, which will
nrrho Fild.iy morning
COL. SAM PAHKEIl sails tomor
row for London from New York on
board the Georgo Washington
RX-nOVRRNOR AND MRS O It.
CAKTRIl left josterday on tho steam
er Klnau for Kauil, whero they will
Mil AND MRS AL JUNQCLAUS
hnvo taken n cottago on Emma Suuara
nnd will make that their homo for
JAMES MORSE, foromnn In tho de
partment of public works, returned
jcBlcrduy on the steamer Mauna Lo.i
rrom the Island of I law nil
COUNTY ENGINEER WILDER In
spected tho roads this morning with u
iev or repairing certain places which
have been washed out by tho recent
.MR and MRS II L KAWCWEHI
left jestcrrtay on tho Miuni Kca for
Hllo Mr. Knuonehl was a member
of tho lower lioiibo during tho legisla
ture CAIT WM- 1IOWB and CAI'T.
HENRY tho U S steamboat Inspec
tors have gono to Hllo In Inspect tho
Kllnuca 'I hey will roturu next Sat
urday. HON J W. KAWAAKOA of Maul
will probably leave for his home next
Trlday afternoon In tho steamer
Claudlno. Mr. Kawaakoa lives at
, CLAUDIUS. ILMqURIDB, ,tho at
lorney, 'lm Vemovod' to Kona, HaJ
wall ti tako up his residence thero
Sirs, Mcllrldo and the oung son haw
MISS ONIR KENNEDY, of South
Carolina, Is expected to arrive on tbo
Sierra Friday Hlio will lsit with her
brother. Major Kennedy, and bis wife
at Fort Shartcr
W O KTODAUT, retiring manager
of Mtlliydo plantation, returned to
fcanal on the Klnau yostcrday Ho
caino tn Honolulu whllo Mrs Stmtart
was taken to tho hospital for treat
ment REAIt ADMIRAL COIIWIN P
UKES, former commandant of thn
naval station hero, and Mrs Recs, are f
the guests of Admiral and Mrs. Urlol
Sohreo at their cottago at Coronado
HON W. J SHELDON of Kauai ox
poets to leavo for his homa at Wal
inrti, Kauai, tmnorrow afternoon. Ho
has recolrd words of pralso from
the HnviaitaiiH for his cood work In
tho last Legislature
SECRETARY IIAIIADA of tho Jan.
aneso Consulato-Gonora!, who Is eom
Ing to fill tho position loft nrunt by
fonuor Secretary Sugiilniuti), will nr
rlvo In tho Clilvn Maru from .lap.ui
next Friday morning
SIRS LOW. wifo of Cant w w
Uiw, IT R M c, left Ilroinortnn,
Wnshlngton, April 4, for New Haven,
Connecticut, her former home Cap
t tin Low Is now with the fnrro in
tho South, nnd his futuie station In
MAYOR FERN nnd the members of
tho road committee consisting of
uiiainnun liwlglit Khen Iiw and P
Kruger. made an inspection this
morning of the loads In Nuuaiiu
Thej diove up In Ills Honor's seen
CITY TRANSFER CO. (J. H. Love)
Stowaways Took It Easy.
i Tl'i MAtson Nnvlgatlon steamer
Iloiwiuliih sailed from Honolulu on
lur,! list trip to Iho coast carrjlng
two passongcrs at least whoso names
were not found on her passenger
manifesto It de eloped that they wcio
Btowawas though when a fow hours
nt sen they willingly agreed to turn
too and work their passage. Ono Is
believed to havo been a formerly well
known rcstnnranter hero who met
with roveiscs Trncllng under thu
nnmo of Wilson, which was wido of
the mark, be oftcred In servo ns as
sistant cook Thoothcr Individual
admitted thnt. ho could assume the
role of barber, being an adept with
(ho safety rarer It Is understood that
a Bum of moucy had been raised In
Honolulu to assist tho travelers In
gaining tho mainland. T a
Skippers Shift on Army Transports.
1'aclflc coast exchanges ctnto thit
there Is a- possibility of n chingc of
mnHjorm lamnif oncrt in tno unnni
Stalositlrro'y itnnsport servlco before
lonffJiTho cfahsiKirt Dlx for years
under ;the comrnn,nd of Captain Ank
ers bast been lliolil over nt Boalllo
until' thfeilYterporti of July nnrt It
Is prcrtlrfeU tlntjwhep tho vessel do
parti, from' 1lio Hound for tho Philip
plnesi Cnptnln Williams of tho Crook
will tnw Jchargo of tho horse trans
port V Captsln-Ankers Is reported ns
slated for the command of tho Crook
The latter easel Is to rocclvo a gen-
oral overhauling nt 'San Francisco
before resuming dtity In Philippine
Claudlne Towed Schooner to Sea
In leaving tho port of Hstm on tho
rolum voyago to Honolulu, tho Inter
Islanrt stoamcr Claudlne took tho
American schooner Hnnnipu In tow
and that wisel was sent well on her
wnj to sea Tho schooner has n full
load of sugar and Is destined for San
Francisco The Claudlno brought tho
regulation Island cargo this nlornlng
Including shipments of hogs, 14 crates
"Milckcns, 12 barrels of wine, 110
bales hides 153 packages sundries auj
Pura'cr Klbllng reports flno wcatft
cr on both trips.
Honolulan Ma Arrive This' Evenlno.
There Is a posi1blllty df (thi Mntson
Navigation crnrtcrjfd stcnriicu (loncj
lulan arriving' from San 'Francisco on
or about six o clock this oventug
Captain Dennett has wirelessed In
that tho big' vessel may, mako (he port
In time to pass quarantine. If ho falls
the Honolulan will then be an early
arrival In tho mornng, coming along
side mo uackrclil wharf to land pas
scjigors and illschargo freight Tlilr-
ty passengers rind nearly threo thou
sand Ions cargo will bo left hero.
Hall Will Be Friday Boat
Tlfo steamer W. O. Hall will be
held for departure for Friday morn
ing following tho arrival of tho Ocea
nic steamship Sierra. It was first
thought advisable to dispatch tho
Noeau for Kauai, but that vessel will
not roturn In timo for sailing on Fri
day .The Hall will be given tho moll
brought down from tho mainland.
Several pissengers havo already
booked for the Clarrton Island.
Andrew Welch Soon Due.
Skipper Kelly or tho bark Andrew
Wolch, sort of slipped It over his
friends hero by sailing from San
Frnncisco unheralded through regular
tlou cabled announcement.
Tho Andrew Welch Is now thirteen
days out from tho coast port, Tho,
arrival Is looktit for almost dally. Tia
vessel Is bringing down n general
cargo of ntcichandlqp and a fow pas
sengers, -t- .
Ship John Ena to be Shifted,
The discharging of six bundled tmw
genernl cargo fiom tho American ship
ioiiii l.iiu will not bo complotcd lie
foro tho last of next week. That ves
sel Is to bo shifted from Oceanic to
Railway wharf to mako room for thi
arrival of tho Sierra from tho coas'
Tho John Ena Is to bo supplied with
sugar to completa'full cargo, for tbo
East coast of the United States .
No News li Good News.
In tho nbsenco of wireless news
from the Oceanic steamship Sierra,
tho local ngentu bcllcvo that tbo vesi
sol la making her usual good time lit
coming down front San Francisco and
will bo an early arrival at tho port
on Friday morning, The Sltrra could
not bo rnUod by wireless oiierators
at Kaltiiku or on tho Paclilc Mall
atoamcr Manchuria last night
Heavy Shipments for Kona..
Neaflj ono thousand tons food ono
hundred tons fortllizor, tlility tlioiitlti
pnini iuui in iiiuiuar unii o)iiei lines
Tel. 1704, Wines and Liquors , M 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
of cargo will bo taken to Kona nnd
Knit ports by tbo steamer Mauna I.oi
to snll for windward Hawaii on Fri
day noon. Tho vessel also has about
eight hundred sacks (lour in sight. A
small list of cabin passengers havo
thus far booked .
Purser Klbllng of tho stcamci
Clnudlno reports Iho barkenllncs Che
halts and Ilcnecl.i and the steamer
Enterprise at Hllo when Iho Intcr
Islnnd vessel left tho Ilnwnll port on
list Monday afternoon Tho steamer
passed tho Amcrlein ship Rdwa.M
Sew all and Anicrlcnn-Hawnllnn
freighter Alaskan at Knhulitl.
Tho arrival of thb steamer W (J
Halt brought MOO sacks sugar, 1 10 1
sacks rice, 20 sacks taro, 7 sacks
coffee and 39 pickngcs "sundries to
Honolulu. Purser Jampgt Logan re
ports strong northeast wind and chop
py ea in crnnsing tho Knunl Chan
net The steamer Noeau was mot at
windward ports .veslerday.
Tho ship William P. Fryo has ills
charged ballast anil will begin taking
on sugar by tlie latter part of tbo
weeki This vessel takes cargo for
Iho .Atlantic cinst ports of the Unit
M Slates her sngar golns to Dela
Tho Inlcr-Islnnrt steamer Helcno
has been placed on Iho berth to sail
for Ivtupahoehoe, Papaaloa and porta
on Hawaii nt five o'clock this, even
ing Iho vessel taking explosives and
general enrgo, hut no passengers.
Tho German bark H Hnckfeld Is
preparing to tall for Portland and
Puget Sound ports the last of this
week. Thn vessel Is taking on bal
last niter having discharged a largo
cargo of Eurppean merchandise.
Purser I.ognn of tho steamer W. G.
Hall reports the following shipments
or sugar awaiting oji Kauai. G & R.
3859. K. Si M 400 MJ.'.lCfR. 1650; Kj
S Co 4C01 JtcH. ZTiUJO;' K P 7000J
P L ll,ll7 ' f
Thlrtcon dais,rnm tho' California
oil ports, HliPiAiutrhro tanker Mar
Ion Chllcott; wns'jnn"arrlvnl nt th
port this morning! Tho vessel had
gono to the railway wharf to ills
chargo fuel oil into the tanks of thd
Associated Oil Cordpany.
Per stmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii
via Maul iiorts. May 3 S Kanila, .1,
M. Lee, C. Puck, .1. Vlerra, M, Fran
rls, M. Cahral, II. W. M. Mist, Rev
T. Cho, Leo Chong Hong, Rev. W,
Alllt, MUs J. M. IJIorco, C. A Ilrunt
W C. Wilder, Vf,A, Gorman; E. T.
Parsons, (J. J. Schooulng, R. H. llos-
mer, H M. Curran. J. A. Going. H. G.
Drown, Mrs. M. 'O Simos, Miss A.
Franks, M Amarjnos. H. Sakal, A.
Pcrrclrn, Mrs. K. Smith, Rd. Morso,
II. Uke, A. Lindsay, Gov. AV. F.
Frenr, R A Knudscn, IL Uppincott,
A. r. iMiiiuscn
Per stmr W. G. Hall, from Kau it
ports. May 3 Miss I Sucnaga, Dat
xa. Kenlo. IIu Pack. J. Smith. A. K.
Hutchinson, Mrs. J. M. Lydgato, Offi
cer Lllls and ono prlsonor and 12
Per T K K fi. S. Nippon Maru. ror
Japan port., and Hongkong Mrs M
D Fitzgerald Miss Edith Fitzgerald,
Y Okada John Carrs. John Smith.
Louis Rrandcnbcrg and 75 Japanese
Per Htmr. Klnau, ror Kauai ports
May 2-F A. Aloxandcr, .1. C. Maur
loi. J. K. CockotL W. Stoddart, J. P
Cooltq, Mrs. Fox.j Mrs. Wlilttlngton,
0 II. Car(er,,Mry' Carter, Mrs H,
Macfnilane, Mrs Kdnms, M. Frank.
Per stmr Mlkahala, for Maul and
Moloknl Krts, May 2 Miss' Makai
moku, J. Kopc, lira, Kopc, Kolulia
lanl, R, Vanro Mlllor.
A doserted promotion falls to the
lot of Henry Van Glnson, who Is
claimed by Clerk Kaliiuokalnnl to
havo sorved well In tho ofllce of the
city nnd county clerk Van Glcson
has been piomotcd to chlof rlorlt In
that ileparlment, and today has re
ceived many congratulations rrom his
friends , .. ,
J Vlvlchave has filed a letter of
protest with Mujor J. J Fern over
what ho tirniH a summary dismissal
from thn force of Hanllary insprctors
nt the liistnnco of Dr Wnynon, thn city
nnrt count physician Tho communis
union is one or ronsKieraine icngtn.
tin states that lie Is willing tint bis
rcHlgnatlou lio nrilvcd If It Is believed
(lint ho miulit tin iy ti uttittiliiim Kiniis
tliu churlouof' hirmonyund prog-
Wednesday. May 3.
Hawaii via Mnul )iorta Claudlne,
Etmr., a. m
Kauai ports W (I Hall, stmr., u
Tuesday, May 2.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nlpion
Mnrtt, Jap. stmr , 5 p. i, , ,
Kauai ports Klnau 'stmr!, t p m
Maul, Moloknl and Uinal ports
Mlkahaln, stmr, S p m
Kauai ports Nllhatt, stmr, f p in
Island rrtilso Kuktil, U 8. light
houso 'tenrter, 3 p. jn. '
j- ' ' ' ' ' ' 4
' PASSENGERS BOOKE'D,
Per stmn W. O. Hail
ports. Mny 5-r-W. Rills
matin, Dr. A. .1, Derby i
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Ilnwnll via
Maul ports, .May 5 Mrs Marques,
Helen Mnrtlfi, Mary Martin, II. V,
Trovcnen, J W. Knwnakoi, Mrs. J,
Per slinr Manna Lna, for Kona
and Kau ports, May 5 M Osakl, .1
H. Smith. A. I Orecnwcll. T. R Rob
blnson, Mrs Robinson, It. Ivors, D
Lcllli, E. B Conant.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, May S.
PiJGET SOUND -- Sailed April 27:
Schr, Allco Cooke, for Honolulu
SAN TRANCISCO Arrived Apr 2S.
8 8' Vlrglnlani from Ballna'Cnix.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Apr. 28: S.
8 Mlssoiirlsn, from Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apr 28:
8 S. China, from Honolulu.
HAN FRANCISCO Sailed A'pr 28:
H S. tArlzonan, for Honolulu
PORT OAMULESallcd Apr. 29:
Kchr' Repeat, ror Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Apr 28:
8 8 Slorra, for Honolulu
SALiNA 'CRUZ Sailed Apr 23! S. S.
Mexican, ror Sail I ranelseo
YOKOHAMA Arrived Apr. 30! 8. 8.
Porsln,. hcifco Apr. 19,
SEATTLE Sailed May li S. 8 Hy-
ades, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 1: 8
S. Virginian, for Puget Sound.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Apr. 2: S.
8. Wilhelmlna, for Honolulu
SAN FRANClSCOArrlved Apr 2.
S. S. Lurllnc. hence Apr. 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apr. 2.
Ship Falls of Clyde, henco Apr 12
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Api 3. 8
8. Siberia, ror Honolulu
RUBBER MEN GET
UeiKirlH from the rublicr comptnles
in tho Mifljjslan peninsula In which
local eapltal Is Interested arc getting
bettor all the time. An unolllclal cs
tlmate recently received from Tanjong
Olok is that this plantation will pro
duces 18.000 pounds of rubber this year,
No estimate of Paining has been made.
Fred f, P Wutcrhouse, who figures
prfm)nentl) In tlie ynterhouo Inter
ests In theso Islinds, villi return from
tho plantations within n few weeks,
bringing tho latest datu pn the rubber
outlook. After this the annual meet
Inns will be herd
On tho local stock market there is
little stock to bo had in cither of theso
compinlcs. Fifty shares of Tanjong
Olok wcro sold on the Honolulu Ex
change this morning nt 41, moro tbnn
100 per cent nbovo par Tho stock Is
seldcm seen on the exchange sheets.
Iho local sugar market Is firm to
day, with somo briskness between
boards and several session sales Ha
waiian Commercial Is strhong, and Mc
Ilryde strengthened nllUlo during tho
morning, closing at C 875 llctwei n
boards 45 sliariw of llutelilnson wcro
soil nt 18 75 and 17, n good ndvanco
nvei the last reported sale, which was
nt IMrS. llawnllan Pineapple, was
strong at .IC 50
On the Hawaiian Kxthangq no ses
sion sates wcro reported Hetwcen
boards two bleicks of 100 ibares each
Honolulu Consolidated Oil wcro sold
nt 1 HO. Thero Is a good demand at
Tho oil quotations follow
Crcme Petroleum ........ .65
Honolulu Consolidated.. 105
Templor It inch
Jon el ...
IS BACK FROM MAUI
lorcs(er Hosmer returned from
Maul this morning where ho has been
making a tour of tho, Island In .com
pnny with Mr. 11. M. Ci.rran, bead of
tno I'liiuppino Iltircait. of Forestry.
Mr. Curran'a ndvteo and suggestion
Iiuh boon sought In connection with
tho treatment of Iho forests in tho
Koolau section, and ho took tho op.
portiinlty of Die visit to Kcanno to
mako a general lour of tho Island.
At tbo suggestion of City und Coun
ty Ph)slclan Wujsun, thu Hoard qf
Supervisors, through Ma) or Fern, has
been asked that somo form of recogni
tion bo taken of the kindly efforts of
Dr. Bruro V Mnekall, who Is said to
have rendered material assistance to
tbo new ell) health department In tak
ing tip tho reins of olllee Tho boird
feelh disposed to comply with the re
quest Weekly fl, n 1 1 e 1 1 n II per yrsr.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kin St.
Supervisor Low, speclnl committee
man appointed to Investigate a mat
ter of several wciks' lenvo of nbsenco
Inktn by Deputy City nnd County At
torney Fred Mllcrton, nt Kona, Hit
wall, has rcc clvcd a statement from
City Attorney Joint W Cntbcnrt whleb,
Low declared nt the regular meeting
held Inst night, fully explains the sit
uation nnd proves entirely satisfactory
to all concerned
City Attorney Cnthcart, among other
things, stntcH thnt ho M nunro from
what source the complaints of Mliver
ton's nbseiico nrl.-c It being the same
from which emanate nit misrepresen
tation concerning himself nnd thoilc
psrlmenl over which be presides
In Ids letter to tho supervisors, Cnth
"In reference to thb matter of tho
nbsenco of Mr Mltvcrtnn, my first
deput, from the city of Honolulu
while in attendance on tho trial of
a civil action In the Fourth Circuit
nt Knllun, on tho Inland of Hawaii, I
desire to snj that Mr Mllverton lins
been with mo for a period of about
three nnd it half jenrs, during which
timo bo has never missed a dnv from
his nttendnnco upon thu duties of Ills
position nnd. nt not Infrequent times,
owing to mi1 enforced nbsence, his at
tended to my duties n well ns his
own With tho Increasing business,
bis work has been Inucii moro labor
ious thin is usually expented from the
first deputy. Indeed, mself nnd two
deputies have been obliged to put In
more timo and work harder thniiibas
been ever done by any prosecuting
force In tills Territory, slncn Janunry
I, 1003, wltli results that would com
inciid themselves to any fair-minded
"Before I took thn otllco of county
attorney In 1907, 1 had represented Mr.
M r Scott In matters rclatlvo to his
plnntlng Interest in Kona, Ilnwnll, and
beforo Mr Mllverton caino to my of.
tlco he liecnmo connected with tho
matters out of which the suit grew
that bo went to Kona to try. Having
become eonnected with tbo ease, pro
fessional honor required us to see It
through, nnd nfter striving tn avoid
thn trial of tbo litigation, Mr Mll
verton wns compelled to nttend upon
Its trial, as I could not personal!) leave
"Unfortunately for him, this nbsenco
Will probably hive to lie counted
ngalnst htm ns his vacation, nnd cer
tainly he Is entitled, nfter rendering
the services he has, to n vacttlon of
rnudi longer duration thin neccssnry
for the trill of thn action referred to
Meanwhile, the work of tho ottlte lias
I'ccn kept up, although It required my
self nnd Mr Ilrnwn tn work much
harder than nuy attorney might to be
tailed upon to do '
' It has been the custom for tho
heads of tho departments to grant
leaves of nlisence to tboso In their of
fice Accordingly, I granted Mr Mll
verton the necessary leavo of absence
When I in) self deslro nny nbsenco
from my office or Its duties, I reqdest
permission of tbo Koard'of FupcrvlsJ
ors, ns It Is onl right for tho head
of tho depirtment tn do; but it, has
never bien tho practise, nor has tho
board over dnslred to mcddlo with tbo
running of my office, nnd until tho
board signifies its desire so to do, I
will continue, to personally superintend
tho nffnirs of my department
"Further, It Is Impossible to get a
competent deputy nt tho salary allow
ed, unless bo bo permitted to practise
civilly The work of our otneo has
been so great, howover, that practical
lv tmno of us havo been nblo to take
nny outside business.
'Of course, I understand from wlint
source the complaints of Mr Mllver
ton' nbsence arise, hut the public
should know thnt It Is thn source from
which have cmanntid nil thn mlsrepr
resciitntlnns concerning mjsclf nnd my
nlllcc for thn past ears Very truly
"JNO, W CATHCATIT,
,'Clt) nnd County Attornej."
Dtlegate Kulilo will havo to bring
Milt for tho chest of ro)al silverware
which the last Legislature wished to
present to him through tho medium of
n Joint resolution
Governor I Year stated thlH morning i
Hint tho frst move would not be with!
tbo government, but that If u request
were in uln for tho delivery of tbo sll
vorwaro In accordance, with tho tirms
of thn resolution, n pollto noto would
ho written by the) commissioners of
archives stating that they did not have
power to turn over government prop
erty in that manner
Tho ease eoiilil then lie brought di
rndl) hefoici thu Supreme Court on
agreed sliitninent of facts If no agree
ment ran bo reached mi tbst bcore,
then tho suit will havo to tako its
regular course In the Circuit Court
Tho chest Is now In tho Archlws
building unil Is partially covered by
3X85 cdltrjal rooms 235G
l)ii8lnc.,offlcc, Theso aro tho tolo.
phonn numbers of tho liulletln.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet$AU Inter-Island Steamers
!jjStriSKB gHBk. WT'tkm
MRS WILLIAM BKANKS
Lowlston, Me. "I havo used Duffy's
Pure Mnlt Whiskey for n good many
)enrs nnd know its value, I Intend to
tiso It right along, ns I need a stimu
lant nnd tonic. I will bo only too glad
to iccommend It to nil my friends, ns
I feel sure it will bo or great benefit
to them."- Mrn Win Skanks, 37 Skin
If you wish to feel young, strong
and vlgotous nnd enjoy pcrleet
lienltb, tuko Duffy's Puro Malt Whis
key regularly, according to directions
It corrects tho dcfectlvo digestion of
tho food, Increases tho appctlto,
strengthens tbo heart nctlnn, gltcs
forca to the circulation, cures In
somnia, brings rcstrulncss to tho
brain and nervous forces and given
vigor to tho enllro system Recog
nized as a fnmlly medicine every
where ItefURO substitutes nnd Imi
tations; they nro dangerous Send
ror frcp medical booklet and udvlco.
Tho Duffy .Halt IMiNkey Co, Itnihes
ter, y. ., II. N. A.
When tho nrmy transport tognn
reaches Honolulu tomorrow from M.i
irlla via Nagasaki, an expected pas
senger will bo missing. MnJ Georgo
B. Plekott, son of the famous Confed
erate general nnd himself distin
guished In tho service, died nbout two
weeks ngo, whllo tho transport wns
on Its way from the Philippines up to
Thero Is a genctnl court marll.il
sitting at SchoficM Ilarracks today
vhlch Is hearing tho cases of all men
In.tho cavalryi artillery -rind infantry
who havo chntges against them for
mlniir offenses against military dis
cipline. ITho officers eonioslng tho court
aro Capl. Peter R Mnrqunit Second
Infantr;; Capt. William R Gibson.
Second Inrantry, Capt. William A.
Kont, Second Infantry; First Llout
Do Witt W Ch.imberlln. Second In
fantry; First Lieut. Philip J I.nubor.
Second Infantr) . First Lieut. Joseph
C. Ka). Second Inrantry; First Lieut
Franklin P. Jackson. Second Inran
tr). First Lieut William O Hill,
Second Infantr), First Lieut Veinim
W. Duller Second Infantr) , Sneon.l
Lieut Fred A Cook, Second InLin
liy; Second Lieut Ilus.li 11 Lincoln,
Second Infnntrv, Second Lieut Ilttr
tmi O. Lewis, Fiist Field Artlllory;
Second Lieut Reman! II. Pojtoti,
First Field Arllllei), Hist Lieut J
K Hume, Fifth Cavalr), Judso ndvii
Henty Cobb Adams, ileput) tax un-
sessor for tbo district of Koolaiipnko,
who is in Honolulu, says that ninety
per rent of tbo road workers of bin
dlrtrlcl aro delinquent In their taxes
uud auks Iho Hoard lo tako mi tho
mutter through the district road cuor
Boors and help him out.
Fire Chief Thurston lias filed a ro
port with thn moors nlllcc for tbo
month of .March In which it Is ro
curded that Iho dipnrtmcnl answered
ten culls, with fin extlmiited loss to
propcrt) of ItIS Propcit) risk cover
ed b) lnsumiKQ ainiiuiited to 18750
Llibllltlcs tn Insiiranco companies nil
Be Your Own
fall nt tho Honolulu Dairy
men's Association, Ltd, un Sher
idan street, between 10 nnd 11
o'clock any morning, and seohow
milk is handled, hy electric treat
ment and sanitary methods, to
bo placed with the consumers so
It will bo absolutely puro and
free from germ life und bactcrl t
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