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., Honolulu Lodge Slultd.
IIiiiiiiImIii Lodge, !ml Degree
lliimiliilii Ommiimlrj, Keg.
n In r, (i, in.
Oceanic- Slid Degree.
l.i I J.olm i. :t, I). K. S.,
AH visiting membtrn of tuo
Order are cordially lnlted to
attend meeting of local ledf m
Htet on the
2nd and 4th
at K P.Hall
730 P If
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sucrinm nccnnirnnu - ,7 A,"
pfclftrlUIAL A!1 -lAliUN. ciatiom cor-
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fUWAHAN THIBS, No. 1,1.0. E.M.
Metliv everr first nnd tlilrd Thtire-
Jy of e.uli month nt Knights of
OtliUa Hull. V;ulllnjc lirother r-
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iaUr li.llrd L alCoiid.
.1 IlilklAaU.,, .iiuulii.
i:. V T01)l, C of It.
HONOLULU I0DQE, 616, B. F. 0. X.
Honelulu Ixdee No. 816, B. P. 0.
Xlki, meeta In their ball, on Klnc
Street, near Tort, avery Friday ara-
nlnr. Vlltln llrntli.r. .re rnrdtullv
luiltad to attend.
O 1. It. IsnN'lllIHU, K. R.
UHU. T. KHIIXIISU Sec.
WX. McKDJIEY LODGE. NO. 8,
X. of P.
Meeu ararr 2nd 'and 4th Batardar
Tenlng at 7:30 o'clock 'In K.ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlalt
Ing lirothara cordially Inrlted t at-
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ii'F. F.TCLBBT,.C. 0- ' ,
R. A. JACOUSON, X. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
. ... . ., , .'Also that, iix laid down, the property
Meetx every llrxt nnd third lYIday nt wpH ,.,,.,, , ,, ul) BecurUy.
1 T Idu'clmlc, rtlilan Hall, corner Here- .urthWi ,lllt the Kallu" premlxex. an
Unla nnd Tort Btreqtx, .VJulUns hroth-)4N,u u- tj,u prejiiIiwrt.comc)ed hy Au
ers cordially 1m Ited to attend
O, 1H.IKE, ll of R. & 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on xeeond nnd fourth Wednes- and twelve moro of ticcoimtx
dny evenliiK of each month at 7:30 hIiowIiib the momy paid out and re
i.'iloik. In Han Antonio IIall,Vlueynrd celved. Uexlden the Jlgurea given he-
xtnet. near r.imna. VIxltlnR hrotliera
ure Invited to attend.
OHO. A. DAVIS. W. P.
WM C. M'COY, Secy.
Fort 8treet Near Beretanl
MILTON & PARSONS
have received ex Luriine STREET
and DRESS HAT8: aleo the lateet In
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING.
Hotel St, opp. Young
WklT Ulltl SI nr tear
A Small Assortment ,,
Regular Prices $10,00 and $15.00
Now on Sale at
$5.00 and $7.50
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.
' Alakea Street
.SAYS HOLT TRIED
(Continued from Pag 1)
Hint Unit wim Indebted tn xeveinl fitli
ir piople mid Hint lie denied ovir the
piopcrty to Arinltugo to "hinder, de
la), ikfeat mill defraud" xutd cndltori.
l'ruiii the time of the Jndinturu ntitlt
Hie present dnte, he di clans, llult hiul
mllrited und used nil the nuts
Arinltugo states tluit hu Iiuh never
loteliid any personalty from Holt Ho
litis not collected or been riijucslt-d or
expelled to culled the lndobtidiitf.x xv
cureil by tho mortgage, mid Unit lie he
llovex Holt 1 1 us mllicti il the luoiie).
1 Armltnge admits Hint he conve)ed
property ionvo)ed to him, ns truxleo,
by one William I.ono Austin, to Ar
thur It. Atinltttgc, and that Immediate
ly nftirwurdx rmluil h.uk 11 convey
mice from A. JI Armltnge kIvIiik to
him llurr) ArmltnKe. n fie simple title
lo Hie I mil He limits Hint It ns
not cnntcinpl.ttid Hint thlx could lint
In done without Hull's consent. Ho
nt,.., ilt.nl. k lli.it tin t'nieal.l. nillnti fur
iiiiivdIiik Hie laud wax paid liy the
petition, r nnd further Hi it Hie convey-
am. In A II ArmltiiKe us III fraud
or thu riKhtx of Holt.
Lived With Holt
"' mimes tint while the conveyance
rri"" ll"Hn "X to lllm ns trusted for
""" u" wa l'10 """ "'"' ni'w'iiced ""'
""lll "'"' billed is pu'rt at thu present
i.fuK .f tin- inii.onii- iiiaKuo, lion n-.it-
e,i i,i, m ik,. with him nt tho "Kull.i"
ii'inl.i" lie did xo, nnd lived Hare
1 ' tmi vuirs During tlio time' ho was
n..i. m impii-vcd tho plain And hKu
1. .mired nildltlciii.il Uiui for1 Holt. At
" sum.. Him' H'H hud oidered I111-
1 r.m in..iit lor wlihli Armlliih, mi l.-
'''l,r "r "". ''"I '"IwniLtl 1 irno kiiiiih
.of IllOllC) '
A1 tlm,V(lf ,le (.m ,.,,,,. ,,y
, Austin In nxpondent. Holt had told
,1,1,,, n,ji i, inuii.tnl in mukn him 11
I'lfl of thu "Knllu" premlxex. DurliiK
r.'iT, Annltnuc nmrrled und conHniieil
jlo Hie ut "Kull.i," and nlxo mnde fur-
thir ImpniiuiHiiti, nil of which Mem
""'' triH pluluttrr'x nxxuranceitlmt thu
ljlul "Imuld ultlmntely liu lilx. nnd
''llo' Man 1 1 of 1910. nt the Inxtuuco
1 a ml request of the petltlonir, nnd til
In gift hy the petitioner to the re-
UtWIMltfJBlt' tltfl Uniltiflil lltm thl"AI,l1l1Ad 111
"-iJrZ UZ, nluTe.V!
und did vo throuKh A. II. ArmltuKe
irouKU A. 11. ArmuuKe
lleen; tat Iwliin he took
pirtit)e hlxo was to keep
I, ullitho iivHHoiier'x re-
I He nlo ullege
ohi lio propirtf
I Hip leuxclinlil,
iiiet. He iidirjf' hailiiK received
uiricu HuniH 01 niyiiey iroiu 11011. oui
tales Hint the),jwere In puyment of 11
,lte jik(itlinti the complaint ho
thrown, outfit the ground that the con
Veyunml'ot 'Septemlier 30, 1905, vun
lniide liv the intlttuner w Ith the Intent
I and dexlmi of defrniidliiK Ids credltorH
In tho moery of their Just tlalius.
tin nnd Hie leuxehold from Alnou, ho
Ills fur llfo and for hlx lielrx nnd ns
xIkiik ufter. He nlxo nxkx Hint u true
mid Just account of all thu money liu
Thero are twelve xheetx of tho nn-
""v. no nixo annex wiui mere uru nir
ther sums which he udvanccd durlne
11 iiirlod when hlx books were out of
The total amount of tho money xpent
for nnd loaned to Holt ax ulioivn in
the accounts amounts to t37.448.87. The
total amount received from Holt, nx
also shown hy the accounts, Is $:ti,030,
muklnK u balance In favor of Arinltuuo
4. ' 4
IN FOREIGN PORT.,
Thuraday, Aug. 10.
MONTEHEY Sailed, AtiB. 10) S. S.
Hosecrana, for Kaanaiall and Ho
COLUMRIA RIVER Bnlled, AtiB. 9:
Schr. lloxolute. for Honolulu.
KAIIUI.UIr-Salled, Auk. 9, 9 p. in.:
s. H. Virginian, ror sauna urux.
PORT AU-KN Balled, Auk. d: S. 8.
.. r Anall.l l..i.e o. l? ll
akkiu otnivuj i"jj i in
Iloncliunii In bnllast for Honolulu
and rueet Bounil.i
JA8. H. LOVE
CAPTAIN CURTIS A
THE 0ILTANKER SANTA MARIA "A FAVORITE MEDIUM
WITH THE INDIGENT GENTRY. SCHOONER THAYER
FJTTED LIKE A YACHT IN CA9IN APPOINTMENTS.
INTER-ISLAND STEAMER HELENE IN FROM HAWAII.
NOTHING HEARD FROM THE DISTRESSED TITAN I A. (
Captain I Curtis, the doughty mns-
.tcr of tho American pll tanker Santa
Marin Is a sworn foe to tho stow
aways which number many Spaniards
who uro evidently of the opinion
that his jiuttlculor vessel affords a
pleasnut and ufe modlu'm for a pass
uko Xioni the Hawaiian JHlndBt tho
m.ilnlund. ' ,
Captain Curtis lias met1 'with the
mm-pavjni; gentry on so vera! occa
sions diirliiB hi:) I ocular vhlts to Uo
lloliilu vvllli 'cuirous of fuel oil for tho
Union Oil Company; ;
vThd Sanla Maria carried n mimher
of 'Mexicans In the fire room. It may
he for this reason that Hit) Santa Ma
ria' has fipm tlmo to time been so
led ml hy iiidlKnunl and dissatisfied
Spaniards as a means of a cheap pnssJ
age to Southern California. ,
At any rate Captain Curtis pro
lioses to inalntnln n strict watch for
any Invasion of stowawii)s at (Ills
Isirt and If one or more ale found, he
promises that it will no pretty hard
with the unfortunate colonist. Thu
Santa Maria was an early arrival
from Port Hartford this morning with
45,000 barrels fuel oil. The .vessej
went to the Railway wharf to dis
charge In tho pipe line which feedt
ine union un uotnpnny uuiks near
Captain Curtis stated that ho falloj
to ace or even hear of the aliened
distressed Norwegian steamship Tl
tanla. "1 will ikoep a lookout for tho .ves
sel on the way back to the Const,"
lie said this morning. ' '
The officers in the Santa Maria arc
bbout of the same opinion of a good
many local shlpnliiR people that el
ther the story of distress was n fake
I ure nnd simple or else the disabled
Norwegian freighter has pussiil well
to the souuiward and Intends to con
tlnue the voyage lo Australia.
The oil tanker will make but n
fhort stay at the port,
Mataon Line Not Effected by Strike.
CookB nnd waiters have been on a
strike on tho'nmst-nnd the dlluYulty
between employer nnd employee has
extended to shipping in which a num
ber of steamships were seriously of
foctcd. Ik-Core the departure of the
Wllhclmlna from San Francisco the
fine new turblner Yale arrived from
San Diego nnd I's 'Angeles, with
about halt her complement of cooks,
stewards nnd pantry men, but there
appeared to bo no kicks coming from
the passengers. It was at (list thought
that tho only edibles that would grace
the menu card would be pastry anil
cold meat; This would probably have
been tho case had not Chief Steward
Oruhy exchanged his uniform of gold,
lace tor a white apron and JuiummI
into the breech deserted by the chefs.
The chief steward was a vory busy
man cooking steaks and broiling lob
eters, and tho remaining wallers hud
to do double duty.
Thayer a fine Schooner.
The upat Invents usslgued to Cap
lain Scott and hlx otttceu In the trim
ill tie schooner C. A. Tlmier are lil
ted out with the eluboiatlon of a
The Thayer was an early arrival
at the port this morning, coming down
from Aberdeen lu u Utile under twen-J
Tiie voyugo down ftoju tho Sound
was stated to have been pleasant and
without particular Incident, Captuiu
Scott Is renewing . friendships note
made over cven ytarii ago, At that
tlmo ho was un officer In another
windjammer engaged In .-thu lumber
I ratio. He iiipressed hlhibcir as much
rurprlsed ut the prpgiess mudo hem
In tho betlo'iinuiit of harbor facili
ties. Tho C. A. Thnjcr In ought 150,000
foet of lumber consigned to the City
Mill Company. Thp vessel will !(
mam iiero lor tuo better part of a
foitnlght beroro jeUirnlus Ui Iho
North Parlfic coat.t In ballast.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Early Diapatch for America Mam.
Captain Stevens, master of the
Toyo 'Klscii Knlshti liner 1 America
Mnru tins indicated through wireless
messages to jCnstlu and Cooke, tho
local .agents -for tho liner that he
would much like nn- early dispatch lo
San Francisco tomorrow t morning
Tho America Mam will arrive' (iff the
port op orl about iwo o'clock this
afternohn' with nboid seven hundred
tons general Orlentnl cargo) and sev
enty Asiatic stceragn passengers,,,!!
is me present intention iinnit-ine
steamer deiart for ban Francisco ut
daylight 'tomorrow morning taking
mnll destined for the mainland.
Preparing for Canal Opening.
Postmaster-Cleiieral Hitchcock on
Inly 21 Issued un advertisement look
ing to the establishment of an ocein
mall service-' by slxtccn-kiiot steam'
cis betweeu leading Atlantic and I'a
cltlc jiorts and the ports of Colon and
Pannma. Tho advertisement provides
that the tervice shall begin In the fall
nt 19l4so as to he in titration when
the Panama Canal Is opened.
Mexican to Ball on, Monday. .
Thero'lfcsutllcieiit carco lu the Amo
rlcan-llawallan freighter Mexican Tor
discharge nt this port to detain that
vessel here until Monday.' General
Freight Agent C. P. Morse intends to
dslpatch the vessel for Hllo and Port
Allen on Monday afternoon. i At the
Hawaiian iiorts tho freighter will load
ho regulation twelve thousand tons
fitgar for transhipment at ' Sallna
Fire Brick for laland Porta.
Ono ,ronalnm'etalof .Iwchty tliou
snnd lire brick will bo, Included lu
mo ireignu lo oe earned ny tno in
tfi-lslaird steamer fJluiidino which If
scheduled to get away for Hawaii and
Maul iiorts at flyo" o'clock tomonmv
t'venlni,'.! TheiCladdlno'ls well booked
Away to Garden Island Tonight.
In leaving Honolulu nt five o'clock
this evening tho Inter-lslaud steamer
Y. (I. Hall will ho a well laden ship.
Tho vessel will make the regular
pints of call along Kaun). Lumber
and fertilizer make up a good portion
of tho freight to bo taken by that
Tenyo Maru Haa Left Japan.
The big Japanese turblno liner
Teioo Muiu.salled from Yokohama.
Japan, on last Tuesday wlli 'destina
tion as Honolulu and Sun, Francisco
Thu Tenyo wjth some passengers and
Qrluitnl cargo should urilvo hero on,
or about August J9th.
Taking In " the neighborhood of
hvelve thousand tons sugar for tran
shipment nt Sallna Cruz, the Ame-rican-IIawullan
sailed from Knhulul this morning.
The Virginian left general cargo at
several Island ports of call.
I .ncal Office, U. 8. Weather Uureait,
Tenipei attires. C u. m, 7C; 8 a. m
SO; in n, m., 82; noon, 83; morning
Uarnmeter, 8 . in.. 30 00; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in.. 7.107 grains por
cubic font; relative humidity, 8 a. tn.,
wi per cent; dew Joint, 8 a. m . 08,
Wind. -C a, in , velocity C direct Ion
U; K a. in,, velocity 3, direction NE;
10 a. ui. velocity 11, dlrectlou NK;
noon, velocity 7 direction NE)
uui'iinn during 21 noura onucd 8
a. 111 ,12 Inch
Total wind movement during 24
houra ended nt tiooii, 160 mllW.
Thurtday, Aug- 10.
Port llnrtfoni Kanla Maria, Am,
Btmr,, it. in. f , i
drays Harbor-!. vjA. Tha)ci", Am.
sch -., a. m,
Wednesday, Aug. 9.
PtiRCt Sound Newsboy, Am, bkt., 4
i. in. ' i '
'or T. K. K. S. S. America Mnru.
for Hah Frnnclseo; Aug. 11. Miss G
M. Cost nnd W. 11. llaugli.
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall, for Knual
liorls, Aug. 10. J. B, Illgglns, M. Mc
Clellnii, W. V. Frost, Mrs. M. T.udlnff.
Per stmr. Clnudlne, for Hawaii and
Maul, ports, Aug. It. Ci W, Ashford,
I. U. Tt;a)er, Mrs. lllrch H. Illrch.
Fnthcr Francis, C. C. I.uddlngton, Mrs
Per M. N. 8. S. Honolulari for San
Frnnclson, Aug. 13, Wm. Nelnnd, i:
E, Winfrey, Oco. V. Cowan, .Mrs. H.
O. Wcnver, Mrs. M. Cronnn, Mr. Liv
ingston, Mrs. Livingston, H. Vicars
Mrs. II, Vicars, Miss Mi Denis, Miss
V. Hutiicc, Jlov. IJ. II. Tn'riier Mrs.,
B. U. Turner and 3 children, J. M,
Shlukard, E. JI. Austin, Mrs. E. II.
Austin, Mrs. Pointer, Mrs. II, Chap
man, W. llranii, V. F. Cole, Mis.'Oray
nnd. Infant, Mrs. E. Albln, I). J. link
er, Mrs. I). J. tinker, Miss Jlermnn,
Mrs. Schwartr, H. I). Carey; It, C.
,1'er stmr; Klnnii for tKnual ports.
Augj 1C II. I,. Simpson, MrSj Slm)
son, Miss, E. Roc, V. I.. Home, Rev.
II. SJcuddcr, Rev, IL II. Dodge. Rev.
u. i-;. smun, Mrs. k. m. Yntes.
I'er'xlnir. Mlkuhnln for Maul. Mo
lokal and Lttnal porls, 'Aug'. IT.. Miss
J:-81mw;Mrir.' K,-Peterson, Miss Ilcn-
ulry; Mrs. Jliuinn. . i i it
Per'stmr". Manna lioa for Kona";inil
Knu iiorts, Aug. 18. Miss l.ucy'Ilar
her. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilodel, Vf. IL.CIark,
II. V. Mingles, Miss U Meluecke, Mrs.
J. A. Mngoon. .
Dlx at .Seattle, out of commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sliorldnn, from San rianclsco for Ho
nolulu and Manila, Aug. C.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, July 14,
Crook, arrived S. P. Anr. 13..
Uuford,' sailed 'from Honolulu for San
Francisco, Aug. 7.
Warren Stationed at the Philippine..!,
Thomas nt Sun Francisco under re-
palrB- , ' . , ,
Malli ara due :rom tha followlni
points aa followa: .
Snn Francisco Sheridan, Aug: 12. '
Yokoluimn America Maru, Aug. 10.
Colonies Mamma, Aug. 15.
Victoria Zealnndla, Aug. 18.
Mails will depart for the followlni
point aa followa:
Snn Handset! America Maru. Aug
Yokohama Chi) o Mnru, Aug. in.
Vancouver Marama, Aug. if.
Sydney Kealundla, Aug. 18.'
FORTY-FIVE a"rE MARRIED
ljl SPACE .OF TEN DAYS
Do ) on want to get married nnd
do you want to make sure of a seat In
tho matrimonial buzz wagon?
If you do )ou should leave the. Ter
ritory paint yopr fnco green or put
on some other simple. disguise and
then beat It back ugnln. When yon
get well within sight of old Diamond
Head don't forget In jour excitement
that you nro nil Immigrant, if joti
do you nro lost and .will have to get
married In tho ordinary course of
Never mind what sort of nn Immi
grant you cull yourself, uny old sort
seems to do. If you carry out these
directions ou uro lost or rather
you are married. 4
At Ic'.iat It apitears this way. Be
tween thp dates of )At'usti,4 and Aug
ust 10 of this car thero huvo been
forty-Jive marriages at, the immlgni
Hon sthUou. The licenses were Aetng
checked up by Clerk V. M. Huirlsoii
In tho circuit court this morning. "
MANY CASES "n'u. S.
v COURT THIS MORNING
The United States district court con
tinued Its session this morning, when
a number of cases tutu ettp.
The following were arraigned:
Cluing Mow Nam, perjury und opium;
Fred Imw, iierjury;, William Kume
laninlu. statutory crime; George Low',
Intimidating u witness; Chin Tone,
perjury before police Jury; Mltsu
A stmt was uUo made hls morning
on tho casu Jn which the Inter-Island
tit earn Nuvigutlon Co, the Miller Sal
vage .Co. jind Uie Mutson Nuvigutlon
Co. huvo consolidated in their ruse
against the uteiunor Celtic Chief.
Thu heurlug wiJI he continued, this
JAMEtt'A.'WILDRR, Doy Scout com
mlssloner, has'' Injured Ills right leg
so severely that ho Is now in tho
Queen's Hospital. It is believed that
tho nchllles tendon has been fractur
ed, HARRY F. LEWIS will bo n pas
senger on tho next Slorin. He will bo
followed by Mis. Lewis who will con
tlnue on to Aitstiulla to visit hei
mother who is In poor health. Mr.
nnd Mrs. l,owls have been away from
thu city for some months, liielr first
plnn being to travel around tho world
after viewing tho coionation. Their
plans wern chnnged hy tho oenth of
Mr. Lewis' mother nnd tho present Ill
ness of Mrs. Lewis's mother.
EAGER FOR PLAY
Whnt promUex to be the greatest
polo tournamint evir held nn tills Is
land Ix rapidly approuchlug.
Final iirruiiKemntx were made thlx
morning nt it meeting held by n pre
ventatives of thu three teams mtcred.
Aftir ii little arguing nnd few short
debates, one more timekeeper nnd u
referie for Huturdny's Bilnio were np-
poluted. Tho lenath and number of
periods wire iilno decided upon. ,i
Tom King Jr. was added to the time
keeping' otltclalx, milking three In all.
It wiix thought beat by some' not to
have the same refsree for allutho games
nnd others were of the opinion 'Hint
the one referee Miould give decisions
for the entire tournnment.
i A compromise wns mnde, by which
fjiorgv Angus will servo nx ofllclal nf-'
ireo only for tho Snturdny game, le-
Ivveen Oilut And Kunnl, und some time
next week n new n-fireo will be nnmeil
tn ollliuile nt the lollowlng context, be
twien Kauai und the Fifth Cavalry.
The irnmex are to consist of eight
jicrlodx of seven und u half minutes
inch, with n rest of three minutes be
tween enih period except tho fourth
u)id fifth, where u rest of seven nnd n
half minutes will be given.
These longer rests should tend to
give the teams nnd ponies n good op
portunity, lo reciipiruto for the Jliml
The.practlxe games have bt-en rather
short compared with those uf tho coip-j
lug tournniniut, .and the Inkt pnrt Ix
going to text every animal nnd every
man's endurance, wind nnd tenacity to
A beautiful cup was put tip this
mornlng'hy t"he ttillfornlu Feed Com
pany' to hettmie the permuiient prop
erty of the polo team winning It thre
This was a mighty fine thing for tho
company to do nnd should make, tho
teuton, light that much harder for tho
tourhdment honors. It will also cnuxo
keemr rivalry, which always makes the
The Wkhman Cup, won by Kaunl
Inst )enr. was hi ought down by tho
(Jarilui island team nnd Ix on exhibi
tion In Whitman's window. This tro
phy Ix not piruiuneiit, but goes eneh
vear to Hie tenm trotting off the Held
Hying the pennant of victory.
HORSES HAVE ,.
a'Wi;) I--U '
Last venlng at about quarter .to
llvo' two big horses tried to wo'rK
their way. Into the main entrance of
tho law ofllcesof Magooa with tho lnT
teutlon of striking him for 'a chance
on tho Snvoy stage, clulmlng-Utut they
could do a little better than tho Nor
ton comedy company.
The two of them were lighting, to
get through tho door first mid It nil
resulted In u sntash-up and both
horse's, changed their minds -und. ran
uvvny up Alakea street, when) one of
them prpduccd .another, of Its con
cealed stunts by smashing things in
tho Honolulu Wlro lied Company's
While one of them was busy inside
trying to carry away part of tho fur
nlturo the other partner was acting
as watchman outsldo the store, hut lie
was soon Interrupeted by the owner,
und left without success.
Tho animals were attnehed to n
two-seuted hack, and were in charge
of Peterson, the well known driver,
und belonged to the Club Stubles.
When they Rmt arranged their plan
to produce some exciting moments In
town, which wus, rather doud at the
time, the horses were standing near
the entrance to lowers 6 , Cooke,'8
warehouse on Merchant street. ' '
10. A. C. Long tried to iiersuude
them from doing their comlcuj stunt,
hut he wus not powerful enough.
They sturted down the street towards
Alakea, where they made their 'first
stop at tho room where J. Alfred Ma
goon und Alttll were sitting, broke tiie
window und sturted oft to the next
station, whereoiio of them dived Intq
the furniture store und made a mess
of tho place. lloUi of them wote caught
soon ufter und their fun ceased.
' WATERFRONT NOTE I
CuMIng Down Time from Euroae.
Harold If. Ebey, general ngent at
Pacific terminal foi the Knanms 8 H.
Company, leccutly announced n
lew nnd Impioved service that be
comes effective Immediately. Thn
tlmo for tho handling of cargo lie.
tween European ports nnd Snn Fran-
Cisco will be ;educod nearly forty
days hy cutting out ports of call lu
Kcuudor and Peru and half a dozen
rormor slops Jn Central America.
Emphasized Need for More Light.
That an ammint of money retire
renting the value of tho steamer
Santa Rosa would equip the entire
coast or California wlih all,' light
houses, fog signals, buoys and beacons
uecessnry. for Iho nooils of navigation
is n statement made hy Lieutenant
Commander IV. E. Moffett, In charge
of Lighthouse Service for the twelfth
Tho Jewels of tbo lato Lily Price,
Duchess of Marlborough, brought
$IC5,7O0 at auction In Indon.
Homer nnd futitall pigeons nt reason
n Me prices II. C'retuaty, 2011 Kallu
ltd, Wulklkl. D001-3t
lltilldlng' operntlons'Mh tiie elty of
Honolulu during the summer months
move on npuce, iiiul from .every section
nf the city can be seen hundreds of
new bonus In Vai lous ' stngex" of con
i;trtulon ui n i i , ,
.Iulv( proved fvj he nnouMi, wpll up to
the mark along lines of new buildings
vv Itldn tho'' city" n'ltd 'ItVxtffiu'r'hs. Dur
Ink this pcrlod'llulldlng and1 I'lumhlug
InspiVtnr' Miehlxteliillsxu-.il elglity-four
permits, vvhtiihl-.-rtMud .for, tho-expendl-luto
of, T4.!iisO,liiUvw:ftruiitires nlone.
Permits for making 'repairs or, altera
tions amounted to IJ767 for theniontli
IVes dirlved from thexe .pc'riillts netted
I17. T '
The month Of August is forging
ahead vvjth llntt-rlng irospects of a
mniked llU reuse In the lluiubu- of per
mltx. With the close of business on
Saturday last, thlrtvone nppllrnntx had
cnlled nhd been Ixsueil permits for new
nuimiugx as welt as permission to
mnkii repairs nnd alterations to old
Permits for ne.v bulldlncx. of'whlch
dwelling liouxex p-i'iloinlnate, entail un
expenditure of $32,0Si. Alterations nnd
n pairs for these few dnyx cnll for
t.lOiifi. In thlx number nrn new resl
dtiiees fnp KoJmukl, Pnlolo, Col lego
Hills nnd nlxo mucin, building In the
nrth.nistrict., ., , ,
Among some of the Important per
mits' IkW-M-HiIs nuitIiurett)iR follow-
in1,, i f t -
W.'K'hlihw, 4Ui.itvenue, Kalmukl:
dwelling; 1 11100- in
August ,2-A. I. Bllvu, .klunu street:
dwelling; 2400. , ,
August 2 A, Lindsay, College Hills;
dwelling; '13672. '
Atigust 2 M. Vler'rn, 'Koplolanl
street,! ,dvyelMli(f;J310O, t
ArBUstlJChna u"llail. 3rd avenue.
Kalmukl: dwilllng; (24C0
. August 2 V. II Pangellnn, Knpto
Innl tract: dvelllng; Jlt,00.
July 31 Mrs. CJrnee Devereux, 14lh
avenue, Knlmukl; duelling; $2072.
August 4 Juntos I.. Mcl.e.in. Maunn
lakoa road, Niiuami Valley; 19000.
August 8 John Wntirhouse; dwell
Tho enses brought before Judge Man
xnrrijt this munilng bore no gruit Im
portnhce. Mnn'y were put over, und
tbnso retained met with prompt Jus-
Tho enso nf K. llmeda Versus Iho
Territory wns livened up n bit by tho
wbrMiy nrirmilcutH of Attorney W. T.
Howl Ins, for tho difendnnt. He did
not' xuoccsmI lu rwelvlng un acquittal
for lilx' lllent, hut got nn eusy sentence
for him. ;
According to Ofllcer Smith, he dis
covert d Umeda violating the 1-iw by
selling ,B"ioex without n Sunday license.
lllu.Mtore ix on King stri-ct, between
Itlvcr and Ewn lane, and ix known nx
tbo Aula Shoe Store.
K. llineiln und his partner, II. . O.
Ognwn. eliilin the shoes wire purclms
id. nnd paid for Saturday evening hy
Sacalia. who did not tuke them with
him, .but ri turned Sunday for them
Not being suro the shoes were thn
same, Sacabu ns.ced to try them nn.
It wax wlillo thlx wax going on tint
O Ulcer Smith appeared upon the scene.
Seeing the xhoex tried on nnd nfter
vvurdx hearing ,llir- Jingling (if money
and ring or n cumi register, hu took It
lor grunted that un unlawful sale had
been mude nnd arrested thu merchant.
All the Japan. se Involved testllled
there hud been no such sale. Thlx tes
timony passed our tho bend of Justice,
the emu t Imposing u lenient lluu of $5
Upon the shoe company
A Japanese ng. Hhllnia by name,
Ininsrmijed by tho Knual ulllclals from
lite ri.'inliii Isle tu Honolulu, was given
three .months it) the county Jill to
dfvldeiuppn vht, 'occupation he would
follow In future Instead of sleeping 111
public .irks and stealing food upon
which to subsist. '
llama Haiiole' accused of having
lamysLfupqu thejnaii of a Japanese,
without the slightest provocation, with
such force us to "send him sprawling
upon the 'sidewalk lu a dazed condi
tion, breaking bis nose iiml splitting
bis mouth sd tluitlt bad to be stitched,
wax given two months
During lilx sentence he will be given
ample opportunity to try his skill ut
AUTO KNOCKS DOWN TWO
AND TRIES TO CLIMB HACK
O. U. Clnrk In the employ of tho
Hawaiian Dredging Company sure did
run untuck with his auto, at Water
town on (he Piiuloa road, August 5,
uccordlng lo the leport made by Mo
lot cycle, OWrer Chilton.
The reports states that while Clark
was driving his machine, ut a good
cll. vouching unly Uie high Biots, ho
bumped Into and tun over K. Kapoho.
Awaiting for thn dust lo clear so that
ho- could tee ln damage done, but
not slacking his pace, ho struck and
tore, tho bolokti fiom off Mrs. Iipoo
loa. Tills second accident following
so -close -upon the first, caused Clark's
tierves, 40 wmipletely forsake him, en
iibllng lilmMp give tho nffnlr a grunt!
final wlnilup. will) lots of finish ami
dash to it, by smashing, plumb, Into
n buck owned by Tanonnkn,
Tie vvholo thltig was qulto Judi
cious to tee by all those not Interest
ed. No arrest was made although sev
eral of tho specified laws were violat
ed. , a a
Sugar from Hawaii,
Tho Intor-Islund steamer Ileleno
with a Inrgo slilpnient of Biigar gath
crod at Hamnkua lxirta 011 Hawaii
wns an arrival at the iort this morn
ing. The vessel met with fair weath
er and seas on tho voyago.