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LAWYERS' FEES 'STRIKE
FIXED Iff COURT
"ncononable attorney's fees" wij
the question thnt Judge Robinson was
called upon to decide yesterday morning
and he wns nsslsted by A. G. M.
Kobortson nml George H. Carter.
Attorneys Thompson anil Cli men;
nnd George DavlR filed a petition, nsls
Ing that they be allowed a fee n
connection with their services In be
half of Muriel Campbell Shingle, the
Hnwnllan Tni't Company having tl
to pay the bill of $1000 tha'
was presented to them ns executors
or the estate of Abigail K. Campbe 1
Robertson wns placed on the stand
ns (inexpert on the value of legal
services, and he stated that $1000 was
not too much for the work performed
'by Thompon and demons. The other
view vyas taken by George R. Carter,
who stated thnt $1000 was, fnr ton
much. He wanted an opportunity to
Rive his personal views on the subject,
but they were considered Irrelevant
by Judge Ttoblnson who apparently
opinion of more weight.
The fees were finally fixed at $750,
the sum of $230 having- been already
paid to the nttorneys. The services
for which the fees were nsked were
rendered In the nppeal from the Judgment
of, the Circuit Court, appointing
the Hawaiian Trust Company the
sole executor of the estate of Abigail
K. Cninpbell Parker. The Supremo
court later decided thnt the daughter,
Muriel Campbell Shlrigle, was entitled
to equnl rights ns an executor with
the Hawaiian Trust Company.
Cases Are Dropped.
A receipt wns filed yesterday by the
residuary legatees under the will of
the late James J. Kelly. , The document
came from the two sisters,
F. Kelly and Margaret Kelly
residents of Cincinnati, Ohio.
They acknowledged the receipt of
$3,297.07 in cash and stocks In a number
of Hawaiian business enterprises,
discharging the Hawaiian Trust Company
from all further obligations in
On the ground that the witnesses In
the cases are unable to leave
because of the strike situation,
a nolle prosequi was entered In two
cases against gamblers In Judge De
Bolt's department of the Circuit
Court yesterday. Asslstnnt City and
Countv Brown asked for a. contlnu
nnce, stating that the police officers
would be unable to' be present, while
the attorneys for the defenso stated
that they were ready to proceed and
asked for an Immediate trial.
Judge De Bolt said that he believed
that the defendants were entitled to
an Immediate hearing, which Brown
said was Imposs'ible os fnr as the
prosecution was concerned and the
entry of tho nollo prosequi followed.
The cases disposed of were against
Ah Hook and seven Chinese and Oko-da
and eight Jnpanese. on appeal from
the District Court whero convictions
Judge Whitney yesterday heard
argument In tho suit brought by Frank
Kruger, ngalnst John Colburn, execu
tor of the estate of the late
David, on a promissory not for $500.
George Davis represents tho plaintiff
In tho action, and K. M. Watson tha
ilefmirtnnt. Judge Whitney will re
turn a declsloa this morning.
The demurrer entered by Attorney
General Hemenway for the Territory
In the suit brought by James Lloyd for
the payment of stenographic fees for
cervices In the House of Representatives,
was argued and submitted before
the Supreme Court yesterday.
A demurrer was (lied yesterday n
behalf of the defendants In the oult
of Prank K Archer ngalnst S. Naka
and J, Sakehnrn, ejectment. William
T. Ttnwllns Is attorney for tho defendants
und demurs to the complaint
on the ground that It Is Insufficient.
Tho motion for a new trial made
by Millard F, Scott was denied yesterday,
Hcott having lost the case
brought ngalnst him by n. F. Dillingham
for the payment of a loan
secured durlnst the receivership of tho
Kona Sugar Company.
, Sugar Deason About Over.
Tho arrival of (he bnrk M. Katharine
hero liai brought nut Hi" tact that no
more- tugnr will ha ulilppcd from tlil
port during tlio euk"n In Indjiimnirr.
Tho I'oronwlo muy get lit'r cargo Ufjc,
but ilia will be ulmut the only liiilinil
vcoi'l to nui juiKur In Honolulu tut
roiliritlilH Hum to fume. The HI.
l(Ht)iurlni) U In U'i ta llllf for ln'r turgo
iiflt'r ilia Jim ilUalmrtfcd tho ih'fcvllu
ieou il!i!ini'iil which tho lirnuulil
down fiinii liiu Uiiki. Tim W . Mur'
lii U ii..w luudlii)! in Mhii rjuiu'Wcu
tut IImuhIiiIii Him lll tin from lifts
lo tliln lu U'i h ir ut uliiu llt'n, i
li lint lii'ini tliurlfK'l tot Mi I'liMH'Mi
Tim II1I1111U11 hIII turry nu rillnnl
Mliiur lo llltl I'VUM IMIf UI Pi UN ff.uIIH
nf llm iirlkr Hhv hII) Imm'ttioul W))
luim nf iim raw mm, ioivir, lnldi
Urn iuuiI limvy biimifiili ut nlkr ))
ytn'isii ifuiui. I lir iHr'iy?r imm
iMUiiuHf am ulrrMJy iw.wd 19 writ
rooms of the Jiji, where Editor Soga
n closet oil the Klicncn nnu uvro 1 now j,0js tu0 wu00 situntlc
M,tl. tiion drove to tho Attorney Oen
erol's office to take counsel on tho
habeas corpus matter.
Idghtfoot Calls It Foolishness.
Attorney Ligbtfoot is inclined to regard
the arrests as a great strategical
mistake on the part of the planters and
"There is nothing for them to guln
by tbee arrests," ho stated yesterday
nftcrnoou, "nnd there was much to
lose, Hy putting Mnkluo and theso
others in jail, tho planters will have
only lingered tho Japanese, lly
the Jiji, the paper only secures
a stronger hold 011 tho strikers,
Mnkino, Negoru and 6nga will be
now, and with martyrs tho causo
or 1 ne sirmera win umw miunKi,
juwifrtrWf'ii" T KfW 5E3f! Tnrvr "W"iliKrt sfv S1
FRIDAY, JUNE ,:,"
was arrested. Jlc was lniormeu tnai nljout t)irt taitjj,K ,, their hoes and Euavi
the officers also wanted his pressman, ettinr back into line with tho strike. Maklm
d several others . ureakcrs. a,n fifty ,. are in tho tryirtirto
Ho disclosed tho momentous nows
thnt ho has met and conversed with
two newspapermen from tho Coast, who
had been sent down hero to roport tho
strike. Ho said that it is no use for
tho local press to continue misrepresenting
things for the miiiniandcrs nro
determined to tell tho truth. Who thoy
nro or what papers thoy reprcsont Makino
did not state.
Quiet Along the Lino.
All reports that camo up from Wal-palm
and Aica yesterday wero to the
cirect that things wcro progressing very
well. Tho strikers hnd about all loft
tho formor plantation Thursday night,
walking to town during tho night, Tho
novUlloii tire nmklng iK'npurulu ellorln thvru u lint (lie usual
lo junk vftfr Iliu liiiiulrndii ul inbllHim nund nf Juiniiiirn on, llm Jujuiiiumi not
to Ihi) lunkn ut tliu slrlkDit in luvvu ' luilllnu In nu
yt'iiirniij'. i iii'uiiuiiuiiuif, in auiu 1
III Ml', llUlllllftl HI .IKplllltfM' UUIIX MIMUII'I
nil ilny, while llivumimli, it iipiu'url,
vuiii Ihi'iu ut mini iIiiim liiildu llm
mieluMirp, h)wv Hid huuhuu lulilm urn
pirud, I'lulit luu IaIiIm hpim JIIIimI
kcvrrvl lluio l miuii, thn fin nnnwl
Mull lld ric nml ttU, At fuur ut
Hum in l in 1111 iliti iiii'd, hIuiiii UiH'f
liuiulrnl l ililliitfi Hlill nu llm Hhh
1iK uf Hip
uuwlr 11 ll
m tin lb MuiiivH ud
JliliMi Ikti mil vt UWwi
Ipuuy.yk About Wsmhlps.
Hiimv ut llm liikvrii, iiBliiift iinduf
MiiMiiu'ii iinHr. dIiiIimI yi.liirduy
iiiurulnu lliul 11 mhli'yruiii wni iiiprvlwil
fiinii iIki .Idiiuiiinu uiniTiiiimnl urdtr
iiitf Ailmlrul jjmlil'i uiMiiilraii. tlm Hi)
SMI) AM, iu IWUUIII III id wimn
luriii Iimmi 1 hi' NurlliwHl
tlriMv In mi life). Tim
BARS HAWA11 LED
STEIKEES AROUND THE YAMASHIRO HOTEL, BERETANIA AVENUE, DURING THE RAID
OF HIGH SHERIFF HENRY'S POSSE.
(Continued from race One.)
Blow to tho Strikers.
In no case were any of the arrests
resisted, the tndflen nppearanco of the
officers, swooping down in a big red
auto, and the promptness with which
they went about their business taking
the breath nwny from tho hundreds of
strikers and their sympathizers in tho
neighborhood. Mnkino was tho first
upon whom tho High Sheriff lnid tho
hand of the law. Tho nuto with tho
officers called at his drug store on Hotel
street and mado inquiries for him. Tho
clerks promptly no baveyed as to Ma-
kino's whereabouts, but one ol them
dashed to the telcphoiio and carried on
n rapid conversation in Japanese, sending
a wnrning to Mnkino that tho officers
were after him. Chester Doyle,
who speaks Japanese, listened blandly
to the warning, which told him exactly
what lie wanted to know and whero to
go. Makino made no resistencc, merely
remarking that this was his first experience
in being arrested. Negoro was
with Mnkino and was bagged at tho
A call was then mado on tho editorial
was tho out-of-doors ki.chcn, n dozen
great caldrons boiling nway with rice.
Serving tables boards nailed on
takes driven in the ground aro
placed on each sido of the fire, nnd
busy helpers shoveled rice and fish
into the bowls brought to them in
baskets from tho wash-up tables. There
was a great rush und plenty of surfaco
water ami smell, but no confusion and
much good nature. The spirits of tho
people have not ns yet been broken,
especially when at tho tables. Tho
only sign of lack of accommodations
was at the entrance of the feeding
ground, whero guards had to bo sta
tioned to keep back tho picssing hun
the desired cnbloil word ordering Jjichl
to stay for any unusual length of time.
It may bo that tho United States
rruisrr St. Louis will be in theso waters
about that time, as sho sailed for
Samoa from Seattle tho other day. It
is quite probable that sho will mako
a stay of soino length, coaling1, etc., in
Japaiicso Work at Alca.
About a hundred Jnpaneso went to
work at Aica yesterday morning, and
that many moro would probably hnvo
been seen in the fields had it not been
for the intimidations of tboso who' nro
sticking close to Makino and his wnv
,lrn,l In Hm Innn nntt.1,1,. Ininnrv find of thinking. OtllOr than tllCSO,
aggressive, allowing only enough in pvor, thero aro few Japancso on tho
at n time to keep the tnbles filled. plantation.
At noon, after the midday rfe'e, somo Wnipuhu is deserted so far as thoso
hundred of tho strikers were sent away of "l0 Mpponcso nationality aro con-
from this camp to one at Kakanko. It corned. Engineer Scoviile, who wns In-
is understood that thero has been much strumontnl m quelling what promlsod
crowding in the various sleeping 'P !. fight tho other night,
tcrs provided, and that tho movo o wns m town yesterday from the plan-
tho surplus Jnpniicso was in response tntion, and ho stntcdthat everything
to strong hints from the Board of was T'ict as could be. Strikebreaker.?
Health officers. Last night somo three " working right nlong, and thero Is
hundred strikers slept in the Asahi out little delay in the regular routluo
theater. plantation life.
All Quiet Down Country. I . Polico Return.
Reports from tho country Inst night v Chief of Detectives Joo- Leal and
were to the effect that everything was about "a dozen special doputies returned
quiet. At tno Honolulu plantation a irom me country yesterday, sneriu jar-few
of tho strikers were back at work, rctt, however, taking ten men down to
mm on tho afternoon train,
nml It 1 a 1 ion ton tin ta linvn Imnti
associate cditoTB and edgo ia on tho men who re-
from the OlllCC. We nsKCU as a iaor 1 1.1 nrolml,lv turn nnt this turned in wnrk nt V.wn. lint tl.ov hnvo
that these arrests be postponed until
half past five, by which time his paper
for the day would bo off tho press.
This request was agreed to, Soga promising
thnt the men" would bo on hand
The three were tnken over to tho
jail and introduced to their cells.
The arrests of the rest of tne Ji
staff came promptly on time, tho event
attracting a great crowd on Hotel
street, in front of tho office. There
morning. bofn so far unable to even so much
A meeting hnd been called at Ewa, as' get 11 chance to talk to tho men.
which Mnkino was to have addressed Rumor had it yesterday afternoon thnt
last night. Owing lo his unfortiinnto tone or two of Makino 's underlings hnd
engagement with the High Sheriff, ho been nblo to pass tho lines und had
had to break the date and tho meeting succeeded in reaching tho ears of tho
failed to materialize working men. On this account Sheriff
Grill Supplied the Meals. Jnrrctt took extra men with him to
While the strikers in town are cat-! th6 Plantation lost tnK aAnd itrcl"
resentntives of the II. W. A.
ing rico nnd fish from rough board gets a
Makino chauco at tho laborers it will bo
et sat down to u
was some murmuring among tho dinner served by the Grill and sent over 'a.! vo ova.icu tneso v.g.ia.u
ers pressed closely about tho to the reef in a hack. Makino gets tho .
. .. ', . 1 1 i!i.A.l t ...... nnf luiK bill ll n fitintin,t .ib In til.n ...111 i " '
UHC, UUI no nanu was unw iu iii-. . ----., -.-- - - ;l .... . .,.. .....
tho men irom Deing uurncu on. " j i"v "
T.he news of theto arrests .spread , His Morning Blither,
throughout Chinatown like wildfire ami jfakino handed out tho usunl lino
when the High siieriu's posse rcacueu , bubble-talk yesterday morning, slam-the
Ynmashlro hotel nnd inquired for llliutr t)l0 i.;BiiBb iui(j .Jnpaiicao
there waB much excitement. , I)aj,er;4 nml calling Japanese Consul
Tully a .thousand Japanese gathered in , 0encra Uycno a butler-in. Ho stated
of the hotel whilo tho ofiicors,
front tllat th() jnpancs0 laborers on every
accompanied by a representative of tho ( j.lantation on the island of Hawaii wero
Advertiser, soarched tho plnco ror their 1 . rea(v t0 str;ke, t' a momont's noticc,
J HOE CAMERA TO
wiumhuii u dun u Mfh'p )ic in h
Mill uf Iblf lliuillt, lUl Ida nM) M
iuililisii illfjtMiiiM liy Muliw' llmi
Irimnli will I'fwUnlily 11 ul bill); fwrll
: COilCT SPEEDERS
Catching' automobile scorchers by
, niUlU(,tlll, AtiU 11U Y (lib lit VI II illicit
man. Inquiry at first as to 1 his where- ,, f cuu rM! j B tll0 0I10 to tc tho '
abouts, from the clerk in the littlo of- lin'le. iIc. ta!d that unless tho planters " , BlrcnKth or tho hotoi,raplis
fice, brought forth a denial that the j of tis iaInnd m0V(J towar,u ghflnK tho j Is tne laUkt nnd apparently tho most
proprietor wns anywhero around and laborers somo consideration by Monday , satisfactory way of getting these-no
hint of his hiding placo could , bo nftcrnqon follr thousand Japancso, tho , transgressors Into
secured. The party began to look , nural)cr cmpioyed on Hawaii, will walk '
through the house for themselves, a out ' , court nnil ,..horo thov can bo .,.,,
i-core of frowning Japanese trailing at AIakino imicd i,jmseif as tho great ' wlth' Tho Honolulu police may soon
their heels, iioyio """ leader, tho systomatizer, tho one who ' bo equipped with the apparatus
n,. Ir. Il.nl .. .. .. .. ...
:.:, TnininP,l that ho "," ""'". '."" V"":? '."V"" ..? '""IT lr uus wom. men mero win
miiiu hd "' "- "i pnnn 01 ins nanu. no saiu mat it was
had gone in there to have lis supper, u mo prcssiug an eicctric button.
finishing up a mouthful of as lie Kvcrytung jCpends on his say-so, ac-
talked to prove this. cording to tho self-styled nnd
Hnvlni' completed the arresting part ,.,, 0ijr p n, ( m.
1 1"' u i....u... - ...u . "' "'
j. ...-" il. lllnl.
01 meir pruKiuui, n.u y- Japanese laborers.
probably be less high gear work and
fewer complaints from tho common
Th scorcher catching machine Is
a littlo hand camera, with a. double
lens, one above the other. Tho police
man nnned with till ssallles forth
and keeps his eyes open. Wlufn a
machine passes lilm that ho thinks Is
exceeding the speed limit or tho limit
of good senso and public safety, ho
riliriB his kodak and Bnaps tho speeding
auto. Tho snap starts tho machinery
nnd two pictures nro taken,
ono a second bohlnd tho other. Tho
second Is accurately limed off and It
Is only nccesary nftenvards to dovelop
the plate, with tho two pictures on It,
women, most of them, followed' tholr ! ,n limv far iU" muchliio hn.l gone
I tiiiHljiimls on tlio trail vestenlav morn- in mill seconu, jiio leun Jin
, .,!!. Ji?? ".' Ikf, extended Mv . '! '"""' " lmmedintoly a great nd as a inllro court witness can-
lint 10 lillVC the MNkO exllilliieil, fliy
"'"' for sleanlnir nunrtars ji It . . ,, . ..
BlrV ,I7, ot , fHotr v )J0 rohutled,
ndvlee wns to imvu '' p
ntiMce wn 10 .""..,'
'," midurslniiil Hint llie pooplo Jmvo but
.,,,, , ,, ,
t iau go nut, Ilomilwlu 1 I W M u . , ,, ,,0J ,,, UMm This In the I...
TI1.1 Lwa men nnd tlio K ' ,1l' ' '' '."; (hmigli In ifiimi.eo vile, will bo oxpect vrttlou of Dr. Herbert T. Kalmus
Ihey lUtenul to ndvi.o uud aro sill at Wt'UV.nCTXX ' 1' "" Brliool of TwUnology, It Is
. .. n... il.. ' ......lIj ....hi mni"M, im" iiuiii K rll !
ri '"". ,' iVi. , ZL lou M over 1 ntk slnipped over their Imfh. WT.
hMHorv hut "
;w f J lvUV,uU bn see, iMnidlng up nml ilnvw. th.
lH..' '. S Vlif und '..ehuiiou ,r,,,,," Hmriil ImnJrwl of lliwii i.
' " l '
x,rV? p'l "I' KIhu 11.10 o'clock
Muul, . . ...... ... ., yeslunliiy (11 IliU t fuililmi. Iicmli'd fur
Hed(uarler Tliroiiijcd Willi Strikers.
Tim leuilei of Urn l)lnlier Wuuu As
((ukiinkn, wliere thoy uxpi'd to tuy.
Al I lie ilepul, Hln'ii 1 hit iillcrnoiHi Iraln
I. ..!.. I ...A..AUU..II.. I.. ll..u.... .....1
l"lIH 1IPII fllMllOniMMI III fl'fPM'H '.
mine nllir Uimtfcni flllcs by tlio
J'AIH IN rl3 BTOMAOJf,
It In inott cmiiiyfiig, ns vtvll dls
nuiroulilii, to io truulilnl wit It pulim In
lfi niMiimrli, nml IIhtii U nu uivil ut It,
fur nun iliii ut ('liuiiilmrluln'y ftillp,
Cliuluru nml Dlurrhot'M lluiiiuily will ul
lay llm puiu. Try II umf Mini Im cihi
vIiimi), I '.if wle by 'ill ilimlern,
Hiuilli 4 I.'h., Ifld'i HUvnU fur jlu
lliimur l u llm ilfmi llm I llm lnli'f
UImihI tJiiiiii'Hiiy ii iliiuriuu un llm njii
ilruaiiun of u Imw fii mMt '".S1
in i)im uvluliliurluifj at WB,aui). 'm
ttiw m id iuuii iimi w turn
vy wimi iiMiiuii)tf wii iu
mtiiy mm imuw
RACE AT THE
When darkness settled down last
evening, it shut out one of tho prettiest
sights thnt has ever been seen by
any loyal yachtsman on any body of
wator. With tho Hawaii well in tho
lend off Diamond Head, four other
yachts, surging back ami forth ia tho
stiff cross gale, were dofng their best
to mako a gain. Latest reports from
Diamond Head Inst night wcro to tlio
effect thnt Commodore Wilder 's
schooner-yacht Hawaii was leading tho
procossion, but just ns sho passed tho
Head her topsails wero taken In, nnd
the Kiiincluiniuhn was apparently pull1
ing up on tho lender. Tho Knin wns a
good second in tha rnco as long ns sho
could bo seen.
Not far behind tho Knm was tho Pi-
roto Kid's racer, tho schooner Concord.
Sho wns making a great showing, according
to all tho sailors who w niched
tho start. L'bcn Low has been praying
for hqnvy winds, nnd ho had his do-sires
realized, for tho wind wns blowing
a ripping gnle. The Luka and tho
Gladys, tho latter boat making tho trip,
though not in tho rncc, wero tho last
ones in tho sea procession. Captain
Denny, who w.is sailing tho Luka,
stood off to leeward pretty well, nnd
this is said to bo tho reason that ho
lost consldcrnbln on tho other boats in
tho first part of tho race.
Tho start of tho boats from tho spar . . ,
. i .,. - UrOUglll.
tov wan nrnnt. Just ns thn Rnpm.tl
gun w'us fired tho Concord crossed
from shore, tho taking in of hor topsails,
however, apparently lessoning hor
gait, so that tho Knm wns noticeably
Tl.oro nro four prizes given for tho
race. So that each yacht will have
a prize to show for the strenuous work
of racing nil tho way to Kahulul and
back again. Tho first ono to come. In
wns a splendid silver cup given by IS.
O. Hall and Son. This Is a high-standing
cup with a rounded bowl
nnd two liundleH with a spucu on the
side left for nn Inscription. The
Maulneso yachtsmen have got together
nnd put up n trophy, which takes tho
shape of a big pot calabash with a
silver pinto on which tho winner's
namo -will bo Inscribed.
Besides theso two prizes Allen nnd
Robinson have donated five gallons of
copper paint. This Is something that
will appeal to tho heart of every
yachtsman, as copper paint is tho
most useful and tho most expensive of
yachting adjuncts. Five gallons Is
moro than sufficient to glvo tho bllgfl
to one of tho larger yachts. It Is a
very hnndsomo Japancso rug donated
by Lowers and Cooke. This Is about
WEAK PEOPLE .
NEED A TONIC
Strongth for tho Day's Work Dopcnas
Upon Goad Red Blood to Nourish
Thero aro thousands of pooplo, who
nro without ambition or strongth to do
their day's work and who aro nlways
tired out, liavo but little nppctito nnd a
poor digestion, cannot got a refreshing
night's sleep and nro subject to headaches,
backaches nnd nervousness
their blood is Impure.
Dr. Williams' l'lnk l'llls give quick
relief and permanently euro such men
nml women becnuso of their direct action
on tho blood, Vfhlcli thoy purify
and build up to its normal strongth. As
tho lil ood puro nnd red "it
strengthens tho musclos, tones up tho
nerves, makes tho stomach capable of
digesting tho food and repairs the
wastes caused by growth nnd work. In
a word it gives perfect health.
Tho usefulness In every family of a
safo nnd effectivo tonlo is shown by
tho following alnloiiicnt of Mrs. A. B.
Gates, of No. 807 Hast Second street,
"I suffered for over a year," she
says, "from general debility, which was
1 on uy uvurwutu
u,"v ". ? . ,.-. . ,, - nnv w . ,, ,,,. Mllt
liiu """;"".".,-"' "-.-,:-
II 1.1...- e n... rm CXCrilUIl U8UU IllO HIl. . iUY UMltU.itU WIW
Hilt'. lllillVllllJ IU1 LIIU UIIL'Il BL'Il, J.UIS tmn
T....l,.e.,.,,l l,oor ,d 1 was .... ut times.
was nt man ... .... nfi..r.
ward nnmn h Kn...nl.nn,nl.n n,,d (l,n J COllliI not get a good night's rest.
,vi,( .ia ,uiiu "o NIU UllitnL LUIIIll uu BUUII
...... w.i.. . ..Tjl lnI rw m jlnsl w
liitlo vncht Gladys, both crossing tho "." "- " " "" '
lino nt practically tho same time. At w,ff,l,ce. ,SutB.
0:30:25 V. .... the Hawaii passed the ':' do1cto,rc,,,W " ' i.i jll ?, !i?
starter boat-H. 1). liowon's little ' .imo l,',t.,UlV Bi '?i wiViffl
sea-wren-and at 0:32 enmo the Luka. lt le',r m" lc '" ' Ih. ?" ??. W 1!"'
It was a beautiful siglit. 1 'nk X '"? ,UJroul!Ji.a frund "nd. BaI?
Tho Hawaii overhauled tho Kan. nt cm "'"'; ln?T.
ml T bl. at di work,
twntli n wn. o J my
tho bell buoy nnd displayed the fact
that she has inning speed in the X ayo si,,co kP.t. t'10 P "?,l",ho hoU8
n"'1 reeommend them highly."
ri,iti i,inii 01 a iireezc. ano nciii tho ,.
,M)inl,,., vlnU piii. nra not like
ordinary medicincs..Thoy do not net on
the bowels but they may bo said to
make now blood. In this way
they reach many diseases caused by deprived
or vitiated blood and thoy havg
cured sovcro ensos of rheumatism,
nervousness, St. Vitus' dnnco nnd
hnvo accomplished miraculous results
in partial pnralysis nnd locomo'or
All druggists sell Dr. W'lliams' Pink
Tills or thoy will bo sent by mill, postpaid,
on receipt of prco, fiO cenlB per
box; six boxes for $2.50, by tho Dr.
Will'nms Medicine Co., Schenectady,
girl buoy oft Knhulul harbor to n.
stako boat anchored 300 feet to pea-ward.
Buoy to bo passed to part,
American girl buoy Is a black first
Time to bo taken as tho stern of tho
yacht .passes tho finishing lino. Time
will -be takon officially If you arrive
of any sloop a thoroughly good by daylight. If you arrlvo after dark,
Ing. there will bo a lantern on tho stake
Tho fourth prize will bo well adapted
y(ju must takQ your own
Tho finish nt Kahulul marks
of the raco. Tho other half will
mo size 10 111 1110 i.wir ui u huiiy . ,. ,.,,. , ,, rrH ,
main saoon and will i
roomy cuddy or
, rclur , bo dcclaei
bo something to make "w lucky win- , whero wl bo .
ner think of he race every time ho bu VM
tells visitors how 10 won It on tho
great race to Kahulul.
A unoccu,CI, monrngn nt ICahulul
Offlcial Directions. wIt bo fr(,n for ti0 uso of tho yachts.
Before starting yesterday tho follow- Theru arn four prizes to bo taken by
Ing official directions wcro handed to choice In tho order of finishing. Hall ,
tho skippers of nil tho four yachts. an,i Bon's cup, Kahulul trophy, 5 gal-Start
nt C.30 from Spar buoy. Pro- ions of copper paint nnd a handsome
llmlnary. gun at 0.25. Starting gun nt
6.30. lloth guns will bo llrod from
yacht Ilawnll as thero Is no launch
available for starters.
Protection for tlio bird lifo of the
little inlands which stretch out into tho
North 1'acific westward from Oaliu,
which are Included on tho map with the
Hawaiian Islands and which aro politically
a portion of U10 City nnd County
of Honolulu, litis been decreed and will
bo enforcod. Theoioro lloosevelt, who
Ii now fusillading his way through the
jungle of the Kant count of darkest
JlcHorvatlon, for protection of native
birds, )lo eatuhlished tliu ruiorvntloii
on IVbrimry , lUIW. v
On I ho In ut mull came Instructions
to tlio ciiiiimiiiulaiit of tliu local Naval
HI ul Inn to carry out tliu tenAs of the
reservation proclamation, Ciiptulii llt'cn
Isbuiug the fiillmvlug geiiernl nrdor u
"Tim Coiiiiiiiiiidiiiit of hu Nuvnl
llnwuii, Jiiin linen iiiilliuruoil by
llm Hwri'liiry of the Niivy, lo narry
llm uIiuvd Hxi'i'iiilvn Order i til 0 I'lfi'ul,
nml llm Nuwil fiirrm nt liU nuiniuiinil
or MJIIiln liU ri'iulilliiii will lm utivl,
If nuuiHury, fur dm iiuiIiiIiuiuiihh of llm
w guwrmiiu llm iirnimrviilluii of liird
nml llm liuuiiinli)' of llmir limi'iiliiK
groiiml In llm llaimiiiiu lnluinU lle"r
Tli9 JI(IUUVP 0nlr.
'J'lm )i'nuilvii linlsr ri'furnnl in In
Hm uuimiul unlir uf I'ujilyii) IImv, in
"ll U linmlij uhImikiJ llm I liii f ul
il und mil, auuifi)'! iium
i ir iwi mmuiii ut
mm. htwn linti
f lllullwn il.
tr Ujier. mmy
. mi4lw hkui,
rmi NmiI hh'I
May Arrlvo Today,
It Is expected that tho yachts will
Kuch yacht imlst have ono rellablo all arrive off Kahulul before dark this
watch set to the six o'clock whistle. afternoon. That Is Judging by tho
Courso Is optional. Ynchls may w'lnd that was blowing yesterdny with
paBS to tho windward or leeward of tho barometer showing signs of rising
Moloknl as they please. and thus more wind from tho trade,
Finish over a lino from tho Amorlcnn nuarters.
LOCAL NAVAL FORCES TO
BE USED TO PROTECT BIRDS
Illnl Tslnnd, situated iu tlio I'iicIHc
Ocean nt and ueur tho extremo western
extension of the Hawaiian Archlpelngo,
botween liitittides degrees
and degrees north and
longitudes ono hundred and sixty
degrees and one hundred and eighty degrees
west from (Ircenwlcli, nro
hereby reserved and set ujiart, nubjfct
to valid existing rights, for the uso
Africa, with Victoria Nyutim Iu lrnut of tho Department of Agriculture us a
und nciWH fiilu'rs in tha rear, is tho ono preserve und breeding ground for 1111
who decreed protection for Ilin birds . tivo birds, It Is unlawful for any par-of
the uir on our illmliiutlva neighbors, kou to limit, trap, unpluri', wilfully ills-
Having signed llie nnier setting nsiuo turn, or Kill liny niru or liny Klml what
tliuftu iHlaiiim ns tlio lliuMillau Isluinls over, or Illicit
iiii.vii up Him
Hi 11 cl'l'h of such binlM
within the limits of this reservntlnii,
iixcepl uinler siii'Ii ruins nml regulations
lis muy lie primrrilifil from time o 1 1 mo
by tint Hivintury of Agrlculliiru. Wnrn
Ing In i'Xiri;nily given to all porimim
not to ciiiuiiilt any of tliu ants Imroln
I'liuiiiuruli'il und winch aro prohibited
"Tills riinnrviilliin In bu known it
llm lliiniiliiin luliiml li'ervl.iii.
"Tim NVIillii lliimie, I'liliriwry ii, JUuU."
Will fltep lllrd OaU'liliii; Jupuiiom,
II hun liutui oflpii cluirgiul I lull
lilnl i;iiUImtii volt llimm Mem mil
luugliinr HiiiiiiuiiiU uf bird fir llm
sltiui Hiiuie hit v Imi'ii iliiii'Mii.l 11 1 i s
Hiirh, llmlr H'liuuiirrn niuilnu mm ini
,1 11 1 uiii Mini dlklillilllilig Hie bird
niiuiuu llm iilninU Nut mi uiir
ugu imrly uf ihoiw bird iniiliers wero
IiIhiihIiI lo lluiinliilii, llmir i!lmiiivr
Jiuilng IuuiIimI ilmm nml ufujcrtunh
Wu lui )Jr itisK Hid Mini lyvfA
mi Itn linf llviug hi hm! llipy puiii
UU III rkil 111 MUM PMll'll till I hll
lilrtli 1 1117 iwuli) lrni. I);i nnwmnl ut
iian riini mill lluw lumiiiuivi nu iuM(
un llm lilnl. llm Ifjrdjt diUfilwl it mill
tim Jtimmi m mm fiullinl wlin'i