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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1911. 3' M
I HONOLULU IN . : I
WEBOFROIMANCE "Benjamin Clothes"
V t $
. There wore thirty-four cacs on tlio
police (locket thin morning for1 trial bo
,foro District llnglntrato Moimirrat.
Twenty-two of (hit defendants were
rirrented fur being prexent nt gambling
place mill gambling. Klcven of them,
'Jnpiim-te, forfeited their hall money of
111) each III preference to appearing III
eourt. Tin; Chinese ileffMidnntH, throiiitli
their nttorney, C. F. nillllngworth, de
iniinileil u Jury trial, which wan
T. Koiin, n Japanese, who wan ar
rested, un comtilalnt of J. I'. ('nlliurii,
ih a cliurxc of cruelty UvimlimiK wan
discharged owing to luvilliclcncy of
evlileiiee. Prosecuting Attorney Hrown
ftateil to-the court that the horse ill
legtd to bnvo heen cruelly ued by tho
(letcnilnnl wbh In . good condition, al
though an old one.
i, Oiorgc Woolscy wnlved examination
In the District Court nml wuh commit
ted, to the I'lrcult Court. He was
chanted with nKHfliilt with a weapon,
to wit, n hoe, with which ho attempted
to hit n Chinaman. Joe Frngu and
John ftotnes were Fcntcnccd to Imprls
onmuit for ten day for using Inde
cent language to Joseph SniKii, an em
ploye of the Honolulu pustofllcc. At
torney 1'cterH appeared for Knuzn.
Allua Kua, who wan nrrestcd for tho
Illicit vale of liquor, had her case post
poned until next i'rlday morning. At
tinney Alu nppcarcd for her.
Vincent l'cdro, t relative of Monnn
Iiih, n well-known character In Hono
lulu, wan dlochnrgrd ly Judge Monsar
nit with a Btlff reprimand. Pedro wan
arrested .for threatening to do hodlly
harm to H. Decker. Ho ftivted to the
uiurt today that some lioyn were junk
ing fun of him, nml his threatening
hingiinge wan meant for them.
MUST SCREEN UP
OR BE ARRESTED
TAKE UP PLAN
(Continued from Pag. 11
pieces of machinery, while steamship
men, foreseeing the coming of large
Menmcrs, advocate the erection of n
"double-deck" whnrf alone the lines of
the Alakea. The Canadian-Australian
boats will use this dock.
The statement from tho nttorney
general as to whether or not the com
mission ran use part of Its $300,000
funds In nhla block paving Is also to
T. M. Kennn of Pittsburg was killed
by a spent bullet flretl by a Fourth of
Xuunnii nvenue widening came In for
n good sharu of the money spent by
the city nml county In Honolulu road
itepartmtnt for the month of July.
According to a statement presented
by former Hoad Supervisor 12. C. Wil
der, and now on tlo with Mayor Fern,
2tOO.H .was cxpi tided on this Im-j
prou'incnt. This work Includes re
building stone wnlls, curbing bnthstono
and (oncrete gutters, grading and ma
cadamizing, mid tho construction of a
Olllcu uxpciKes under the last month
of Wllder's term of olllce nuioiinted to
$(.;.!:., Including salaries of road su
perior, bookkeeper, timekeeper, clerk I
mid driver of wagon. I
I'ourtli District stnbles required !.-,
I02.S1, while over III the Fifth District
stables but (171,03 was used.
Fiom Mollllll iiunrry caino 729 cubic1
yards of (.rushed rock, worth J189C to
the city nml county and secured nt a
total cost of jnCil.H, Including labor
as well as material and supplies.
Street sprinkling In Honolulu cost
the municipality JK.n for thu month.
One of the largest amounts expended
during tho month by tho Honolulu road
department wns for cleaning streets
nnd the maintenance of storm sower.
The sum of 2124.f.2 wns ummI for this
purpoe, Including tho pay nt three
sw eeilng gnngs.
In general street repair work, Alewa
Heights rond came In for but (U2
worth of work, while lleretunla avenue,
work cost tfi.r.0i Fort street, IH.1C;
Iwllel road, $C9.r0; Kalakaua nenue,
KG.2(i; King street, $M; Lea hi avenue,
J410..VJ: Merchant street, 12.22; Nuu
nnii I'nll road, J47.G0; Punchbowl
drive, 124.25; Quen street, 154.83, and
Tnntntu rond, Jir,2.08.
Survey work carrleil on In connec
tion with tho new Knllhl Valley rond
cost the county J17S.50 Inst month.
In, carrying forward new work In the
city, Ito.u1 Supervisor Wilder reported
the expenditure of J.1CS on n newcatch
bnsln and Rtorm drain for Itanynn
street. Tho Khyt street storm sewer
cost IMC nnd that work Is now pro
Wyllle street storm sewer required
JI029 to carry on the work for last
month, while for grading Puiihaclorond
tho city expended $239.23.
Under special npproprlntlons, Jones
street. Minion, came In for 1(22.2.',
which Included payment for work on
rmllmr Htirnndlnir tlltrrrlnn. nnlllHi.
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I brush, gutters nnd laying piping.
For nil those who hnc not hcrecn
cd up nt the fi'ilniinrkets by Friday
next there will be milling doing Sal
unlay. Such Ig the ultimatum Hint has
beet) Issued by the cltv oinclnls altet
n cnusiiltntlon wlt.li Chief Inspector
Charlock of the board of health.
The scrooping oidliintic cntno Into
effect on July 1 but wns held over In
order to rIo the sellers time to have
the ncressnry Inipiovcments male
This linH now expired ntnt only those
who have compiled with Iho ordinance
will lie nble to sell In the future.
There will bo n rush to hne tho work
done between this nnd Krld'iv iilsht
nml also to have the BtalU examined
nnd passed on. Anyone win nttcniiiUl
to tell llsh or nny other rmimoitllv
without having compiled with the ro-l
gttlatlons will he airostcd. With thuj
exception of a few Hawaiian, whii
hnvo been Issued Ilrcnres, the others
have all being doing their business
without nutlinrlty mill will find It ,i
i m '
There Is n large accumulation of
fetigar nt Mcllrydo pln'itnllou ware-!
houses according to n report which i
has rcarliod the city this morning by
tho steamer Hull. Sugar awaiting nl
the Clitdi'M Island includes tho fol-i
lowing: 11. A. K, 11,080, o, & n. .ino,
McU. 82.1.11. K. K. 11. 4ir.fi, K. S. M.I
3500, K I. OTinC, K. S. Co. 1T.00, M. 3.'
Co. 3000, I. I. 19.0(10, 0. R II 431. i
A long passage Is crcillted to tho
American schooner nMnrmlii. Thin
vessel Failed fiom Illlo on .Ittue "Slli
and Is reported to hao nrrlved M
ltedondi), Cal., on Monday. The 121
dorado carried n shipment of hard
wood railway ties to the coist.
fv i 4. S. $ ' ii ' $. '' '
Oiling of Nuunnii l'nll road cost
$310.73. The oiling of I'unahou nnd
Maklkl district streets added $11.79 to
Ninth nvenue, Knlmiikl, reldentsnrn
the recipients of $031. 7" In work, which
Included digging, grading, spreading,
rolling, rutting ditches nnd gutters.
The placing of a retaining wall on
Prospect street has ndded the sum of
$307..,0 to th6 bill of expense.
"I'lillo Mobley'a Pretty Homnnro" Is
the heading of-im urtlcln In tho Stock
ton Independent that will bo of much
Interest loinlly. It roads:
From San Frnticlsco ami Honolulu
comes u story of n pretty little ro
mance Involving n former Storktonlan,
I'lillo Mobley. l'hllo wns iuImiI nt
this place nnd intended the Stockton
high school, but business cares took
III in to Modesto, where he was en
umniircd of n delightful Hide maid,
hardly out of her teens. The girl In
iiucstloti Is Miss I,. Connenu, sister of
Mrs. W. II. Latigdon of San Kr.iti
tlsro. I'lillo Mobley wns a constant visitor
ut the Connenu homo In Modesto un
til Mrs. Cressy decided to take hrv
sister to tho Hawaiian Islands for the
sole purpose of bmil'.lng up what she
considered u Kiirt nt childish romance.
Hut to the surprise of nil, I'lillo
rushed to Honolulu ns soon us he
lenined what Ilnd transpired When
the young couple iigaln met It was
easily seen Cupid held the trump mid
filither reslstiinro wns useless So,
when the steamer I.urllne (linked
TiieRil.iy nolhlng but congratulations
nnd the best of wishes prevail) d from
tho host of friends: who wer1 let Into
tho deep Ferret nnd had fi.ilheied to
Annual Clearance Sale
Two plantations along the llama
kua const of Hawaii have rloseil the
season by shutting down their mills,
fit lading of cane erased at Kukiil
hucle Plmitutlon yesterday accordln
lo udvlces received In Cils city
thioiigh tho olllcers In tie Inler-lsl-nnd
stenmer Wnllcle, which anlved
from Hawaii yestcrdnr inoriilng.
It Is reported Hint grlin'mg will be
llnlshed at llonokan on I'rld.i.. Fine
weather Is said to iiroall along the
ciwist nnd nt ports touched bv tho
stenmer. The Wnllelo rompleleil the
discharge o! 'J-80 sacks of sugar this
moinlng. Tho cssd Is to liovills
patrhed for further Fitgar, and per
haps n deck load of rattle.
Wkl? It nil tin 1 msr nr
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