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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY lS. 1903.
THE HONOLULU RBPOBLICAH
in the heart of New York quite rec
ently, and has bad bis fall modicum
of public pap.
PuWtebed Every Morning Except Moa-
, nn ftb-MHKS AND BANKING
HMag Coapaay. Ltaltei.
C, R. BUCKLAND .-EDITOR,
Business OSice Main 218. j
Editorial Rooms Main 123.
METHODS IN HAWAII,
TRAINS COLLI 11
H YORK TUNNEL
From the Annual Report ot Compt
roller of the Currency,
Dec- 2. lirtl-1
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 3. la-
. ! .
Washington Bureau.. ..Pest Building.! "uw E a "
j lag iBStftatfoas fa Hawaii has beea
secured from two sources Srst. from
: rtstemeuis transmuted directly to
the oSJce br's aaraber of banks and
j banking companies doing basiaess la
' the Territory, and. second, from re-
tarns obtained by Mr. A. R. Serve-,!
1 tnrNKnf1llr thlc nfftj 1n n nffitfial
ve tew, v a.iiv
Batered at tie ''jet OSce at Kono-,
lata, H T., a second-class mall.
?er ilaath, by Carrier 5
HIT DEAD, SGOHES DUOIED ajvy ENTOMBED IN
may be filled cp somewtere along,
me lias oj- uoerai cqesido. t
The frieeds of General Funston) ,. ., . . . ,M .. . m
. ......,., .1 Notice is hereby given, that I wul
here are hopmg that fa this general ot -5350-5 fcr r debts con-shake-up
among the general oSccrs j tracted In the name of Mrs. S. C.
of the army the Department of Cal- Bertelmana or Mrs. L H. Kahllina.
ffornia will fall to him. (Signed) MRS. I- H. KAHILiNA.
r Honolulu. January 13th. lSOi
NOTICE OF MEETING.
Matinee Today at 2:3
Tonight af 8:15
Fire Breaks Out and Many are.
Suffocated by Dense j
THE KGHIGAN MINE!
... ... , i r?r? a niu
- meeting 01 tne siocKnomers ex ,J,f cillU tvlitiC
1 th& Robert Grieve Publishing Com-
j NEGAUNEE I Mica.) . January 7. V&a?. Limited, is hereby called at the ;
I The most distressinc accident that office of e Treasurer. J. H. Fisher.
has taken place In this coontr for for SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th,
Potise and Firemen Organize Relief : years occurred at the Xeganne mine' I9?2, a 3 ,cioc?t p' m- Said meeting
Expeditions and Do Valiant Work today at noon. when, by a cave-in. geeraI busIness affairs Qf tte
vc icj3 ui uiuit-ci w ccacLmrcu. nm--nr. crriAfKj e rn f
jWJ , IT t- 7
.w w ,v-.-.--.,v .-, w -w- -iprreirr
.. - - f - , -
in feni tngmccr ana i-rcmanThe cave-In was at the bottom of
. . ..i
Among Those Whose Lives Were . . . k . . T , . i
a ; miners are thongbtto have been lost. J
of White Plains Were Arrested.
Six Month., by Mail 3.00
Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 1.S9
, capacity at Hawaii, .while oh a visit
to the islands during th? past season
NEW YORK. Jan. S. Two local
trains boon 1 for New York one from
the old shaft. Had It occurred half.
an hoar sooner about 150 men would
have been kiled. The names of the
dead, so far as known, are:
William Williams. John Sullivan,
Honolulu. Jan. 10th, 1902.
'AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
Reports from both sources show thej S(juth Xorwalk the other from White jJohn PaScoe. John Pearce, Jac"ob Hun
On Thursday, January 23rd. 'at 10
o'clock a. m., at my salesroom. 65
, ,-in.D nt l-c -l.K KnnV-lnr. J . ... I vfUTC" ccw xiuuu.u.u, l iii ecu w
DftvoTtiTTT ct t tavio i ono -- -. s v,. , plains crashed together in tneHalla. I Public Miction, by order of Mr. H. G.
' ltal as follow: nk of Hawaii. I smoke.cl()uded Fark aveBUe tunnei 0f; Thus far but one body has been lf trustee in the estate of j
" """ " . canital J5Mi00. surnlus and undivid-l , vQ- vri. r-nnMi Mrir trnv I ., . .... , ..,. - . J. H. Taylor & Go, bankrupts, the fol-,
,. I - --.-. &v... w rf . - , .si. vUt, .ufc U AUUIM.. uuu uut
OI&I 1 1-faO, .j (!(,. ttfkl (Uli AannsUs tt IJA.I Cnvontonn njiainc wcro till ml nnri !
i -v.. ,..w.. ,.v,,vww, uv,-.. ". i "wu ,,-..-wj ..x-.v. .....w man wa
lowing Dartiallv described merchan
dise, the complete list of which can be !
Prince David, since hie
tai ait fit aaaiv in nTifinfierin ... .. . .-. .. i
--,, - w . ..v. wo. pj Amerjcan Savn?s xnd;iorty injured. 4or tne lauer tweive , u is thou-hl the otfler bojjes can. seen at my offlce: Anvils, Tire Up-
bb- .At it i Tr,. r-,.. r ui ..wi were seriouslv iniured. The enri-! . . setter roil Titos nmmr: ninmns.
"i "H"'; " """' !- - - - not oe reacneu witnm twenty-tour ' w-' r
J2500. deposits about ?2H.0O0; "e1 aca ureman 01 me uui- iiuua ,
. wrt-.rt i-rnotijJ n ctriAt At-TnTnni"J -'
WILL CHANGE PROGRAMME
Tuesday, January 21st
Stace the Sampsoa adherents have .First National Bank of Hawaii, can-! v:ere arrested. District Attorney j
kWN tlirowfag mad at Admiral Dew-, ital 5500.000; surplus and undivided i Jerome visited the wreck and will
er. k is evident that aomebody must profits, ?4i,035; deposits, 5741.266; j personally direct an investigation. j
taw tea hard hit by a Schlev brick.' Claus Spreckels & Co.. capital 5300,-J The list of dead follows:
' 000. deposits JS69.706; Bishop & Co, ; A. G. WALTON. New Rochelle. ;
Repabllcans here, as well as on the capital 5S0O.OOO; Hawaii Trust andj H. G. DIAMOND. New Rochelle.
ini.nrf .-. i . iv, onfl.innt 'investinfnt Company. All of these AIBER TM. PERRIN, New Ro-.
The Democratic party will not
t tianl'o nntl t.nnVtnn Ani- . Innntmt ohollCl
. xt Unnnlnlii Thorn It aUn In nna ' H- fi, THOMAS X-p- Vnrlf Pitv
j j. i aaf. j7 vj & !'& - - - ' - --.- -w - - i--
wmw jwtp w carry tae ioaa oi urv u af fMl! ,nt ,1n.h. f to v
--WM UV V" fcTv WIUUM'V x- vut w
iHMtmaster General Payne is the
m WtaeonsiB inembw of a Cabinet
BUFFALO. Jan. 7. It having been
H. D. C.FOSKETT, New Rochelle. , found impossible to unite the cred ,
j koharaa Specie Bank and tne Kei Hint WILLIAM B. LEES. New York. itors of the Pan-American Exposition1
j Bank. Limited, pf Toko. In addi- H. C FRANKLIN-CROSBY. New to bring about the best possible re
. tion to transacting general business, , Rochelle. j suits from the remaining assets of
, i-elling exchange, eta. the banks! OSCAR E. MYEROWITZ. optician,! the exuosition comnanv. the Fidelity
Mallets, Bolts. Shovels, Calipers, i
Tire Bander. Round and Fiat Bar Iron,
Bar Tool Steel. Wrenches. Drill Press, Matinee.
Flatters, Swager, Punches, Pinchers,
Wrenches, Desk. Scales. Buggy)
Wheels, Rims, Oak and Spruce Lum-i
ber. Drawing Knife, Bevel, eta. eta
Together with a fifteen years lease j
of the property situated on the corner ,
of Queen and Milinani streets, and the
corrugated iron covered building situ-'
JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Houolulu, Jan. 9, 1902,
Reserved Seats, St; Gallery, $50c
Children, 25c; Adults, 50c, to the
DO NOT BE DECEIVED 1
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
since Hon. Jerry Rufik Hsed to ulabor-t gfttierally allow interest on deposits. ! New York city. He lived at New (Trust Company, 'representing the
and other At Hilo. the second towj of im- Rochelle and was secretary of the first mortgage bondholders, entered i
portsnee in the islands, there is in 1 New Rochelle Yatht Club. j a summons and complaint todav be-!
operation the First Bank of Hilo.! THECfDORE FORGARDO. aged 30. fnr the Sunreme Court, askinsr thatt
i ... . . ., , ,. ' - . . .'"..
Had the rovers men t not eaoended ' wn capKal or szuu.uuu ana deposits few nccnene. ,a receiver be appointed to
at oa the pussy willow
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
m much money on the Tilley court 0i lu ai wauuKii mere nas, "ji.iaji rwnun, aseu
matial at the" InaUgation of a Bos-' "f""". Tn'l ? u'i rrnnr pottpp
. . . . ,. ., , . National Bank of Wailuku. with cap-' GEORGE POTTER, aged A
tM Urtr mteaioaary. the Bulgarian , ,. nf , Ono Rochelle.
MfftMd ieit mlKht have boon made Several of the more important plan ! MRS. A. F. HOWARD,
H and the other lady missionary re- jatlo.i agents have bankinc denart- chelle.
a receiver Ue appointeu to taKe . Notice is hereby given that pursuant
charge of the affairs of the company. ; to the powers of sale contained in that
Of the issie of S2.500.000 in first certain mortgage dated October 30th,
mnrtirnnp bonds 5150.000 is still mi- 1S9, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of
paid. The wrecking privilege, one of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, Territory of
Carbonated only by the
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agts, for the Territory of HawalL
601 Tort St, Honolulu, T. H.
HOWARD. New ,Ro-
ments in connection with their other; WILLIAM
branches of business and aid the ; chelle. '
planters very materially bv advanc-' E. C. HINDALE, aged 35. New
ty mtlliouti for nine mouths' work, ' mg funds -for the production and ' Rochelle.
I!m, J. Pierpout Morgan can hardly marketing of crops. The demand for. Unknown man. believed to bej
Im aW to nave made a failure of his money is apparently steady, as the j CHAS. MARS, an employe in the
ci nvtMf in-(- M- cni..,.nuv juuiuu ui iuv iarKe suuar cron. wuavum nuuoc, iu mcu hl ew
... . t ... ...am. h.cl.i. im . .l... .i ii.....?. -' .'.
, ..Ll.l. , .(ll.. ., . . I O,
.,., wm-ii is praciicauy me oniy crop, is i "
3ii progress the entire twelve months.! GEORGE W.
The deposits in all of the banks ' ' Rochelle.
), New Ro- the most valuable assets of the com-' Si"v"a,V as. mosagor, to C. fosse. ' . . solicited,
pany, has been held up by claims and f SSTn
With net surplus of nearly twon-
Tl'Sfnli I - itrnnttiinllo ikn nHt.. ..-..,.. !- Pflf.a1Ir
ttureeuUKo f salarv lucreago will, no ,a "--"- " ""' un, " '
rioalK. le jierfectly satisfartorj'-
judgments. A receivership was found
to be inevitable owing to the legal
tangle which the suits brought about.
now of San Francisco State of Calif
ornia, as mortgagee, and recorded in :
the Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 196, on pages 263 '
and 264, the mortgagee intends to ,
foreclose the said mortgage for con-f
dition broken, to wit: the non-payment
of the Interest on the sum of,
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars (S2500) ;
BORING, aged 25.
secured by said
Promptly on time with the arrival , the actual cash in circulation, includ-
of yesterday's atonmers from the ', mg Hawaiian silver coinage ainount-
Coaet the government cofespool began i ig to 51.000.000. will probably not
to overflow on Merchant street, as ' exceed 52,000.000. The Hawaiian sil-
predlcted several days ago bv Tho,er co!nase was minted at San Fran-
Republican. Nothing was' done ' f.co ,nr f ml 1S". during the
... ,. ,...,, , , . reS of Kalakaua. These cons, in
In tho direction ot pumping out flenominaUoUs of dolIarSt ha,'ves
last night, so that people having busi-; narters. and dimes, have the same
nosR M the Postofllce can enjoy two intrinsic value as United States sil
days of the filthy nuisance. After the ! tor.
naxt cloan up. we suggest the scrap- During the past three or four years
ing of the sidewalk and the scatter-, liew enterprises, capitalized at about
Ing of some disinfectant aloug the S75-000.00. have been launched with
8try0k , 0,,t sufficient money in circulation to
properly float them; consequently at
The London Times' has been dis- U,e ,1,8ent time th,frf ls a Sreai
... ' , mand for more capital, and loans can
cussing American prosperity and con- he rca(,Iy J g- am 9 n
lands that it has led to overinvost- interest on what are considered gilt
rauiits and that the balance of trade j edged securities, that is. stocks, etc,
is not in favor of the United States, of the sugar, industries.
As we are selling five hundred mil-, Section 6 of the act of Congress ap-j
Hon dollars: worth more goods every :'rvel .May so, 1900. entitled "An
yoar thnn we are buying, it Is difllcult act to Provide a government for the
to follow the trial balance opinion of ' T,erri.tory of Havaii:" provides "that
me laws oi Hawaii, not consistent
the Time, especially as that journal 't wj
aged 53. New Ro-j
The shock of the collision was plain
ly heard by people passing on Park
avenue, above the tunnel. Several
of them ran to give the alarm. In
ten minutes everybody at police and
fire headquarters was at work or
ganizing relief to be sent to the spot.
When the rescuers, reached the
wreck smoke was pouring out of the
entrance to the tunnel at Fifty-fifth
street and great columns of smoke
came out of the first ventilator a half
block north. Ambulances came in
from the East and West. Ladders
were put down from the street over
the iron fence to the track and the
firemen, policemen and surgeons were
immediately at work.
It was very dark in the tunnel,
which was filled with smoke and
steam. The wcrk of rescue was,
therefore, difficult. The locomotive
of the White Plains local was hidden
m the rear car of the South Norwalk
train. The maimed and injured were
calling from the wreck. Some, more
I'itll tllo l.lU'e nf tho KllitH.l ClntCC nf t o.Ill- inlnro.l .... .!...,- ... ..t
saps: Th ucneral business sitna. .t. i, .... . ... i . . . . .,...-. .... ...... ..a
, . ..... " ' l" provisions oi mis act. snail con-, assisted bv the
uvii iu ie uuiiuu ouues is so goou tinue
- UTrUT WTTU DnCCTIWC .enir-ne
rivllli Iillii ilUOuliiiiO lue principal sum
t mortgage when due.
Jfjotice is likewise given that the
WASHINGTON. Jan. 7. A serious property conveyed by the said mort-
clash has occurred between Ameri-f S&se will be sold at Public Auction at
can sailors of the United States ship'the. auction rooms of James F. Mor-
Vicksburg and the Russian, soldiers f n- A"f ;. Queen St. Honclulu.
at New Chwanc China. There'have 0n SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan
ot ie nwanf' nina- (i.Mrgnae ua 1902 at 12 O,c)ock noon ,
oeen three fights, and as Jyes)ilt one The propertv covered bv said mort-'
Russian soldier is reported: wounded. gage consists of all that piece or par-
The matter was made the subject of, eel of land situated on the Waikiki
complaint "by the Russian Ambassa-t side of Makiki Street near Wilder:
dor at Peking to United States Min-1 Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com-
irter Conger, and Conger in turn has prising: ;
informed the State Department, Scc-j All that piece or parcel of land con-
letary of the Navy Long has cabled taining an area of forty-two hundreths ,
f..in,mnmler RnrK- nf the Yicksbiire (42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki,
to use every effort to prevent further! Honolulu, aforesaid and being the
collisions. The Vicksburg is in win-
piece or parcel of land described In
Royal Patent 3690, Land Commission
that no Imminent or oven early col- j amendment by the legislature of Ha-
hipse stems probable." ' waii or the Congress otMhe United
, States." and section 55 of the act
force, subject to repeal or j passengers.
me wurK oi rescue was turtner im
ter quarters in a mud dock at the , Award 1101S tQ Wahne
moutn or the river, and cannot uei rr. ux x, x m. . i
ioo0i i,r,. ,-!, Together with all buildings, im-
released before spring. ! provements, rights, easements, priv-1
-' em i i- - ilpjrpc nnfl nnnnrtonnnono tTioronnfn i
INVOLVED, belonging. i
l Terms Cash. United States Gold
J coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
Southern Pacific Wins Suit Against , For further particulars apply to
i irlUljJlhJS & STANLEY,
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Blacktliorne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended (or its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
Old Cremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartmann & Co., Ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
MILLIONS OF ACRES
paired by the enormous crowds,
which, in snite of nolice visrilanoi
.... .... ... . . .. 1 " --.J- r
u iooks as u the .Nicaragua canal , provides, among other things, that; swarmed into the tunnel through its
bill will bo hold up in the United j tno legislature
States Senate, as Mark Hanna has ! iwnlt persons
tnken a decided Intorest in the Pana
ma route and begins to point out that
Sonntor Morgan knows little about
many entrances, or crowded
the opening at the surface.
The first or the injured taken from
the wreck was a woman. She was
carritd to the Women's Hospital.
'may by general act
to associate them
selves together as bodies corporate
tor conducting the business
of insurance, savings banks, banks
nf (lisfmint ?iiii1 ilminci. ft.if. nnf rr
the subject and is not fitted to I issue), loan, trust, and guarantv as
bo chairman of the committee. As ociatIons."
the Senator from Alabama has made, The laws of Hawaii not repealed
the I&thmiau cnual question a special ! an,l relatiug to banking are repro-
study for more than a decade, he can !ucod 'n the appendix to this report. w alls seeking an exit. Some of the'
doubtless give many points to tl; - . . . 0 , c ' .'". , . ' passengers walked through the tun-j
gentleman from Ohio. who. norhnn ; 6 . ... I:nel lnto tne Grand Central Station
... ... 4
Former A. & P. Company.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 6. The Unit
ed States Supreme Court today re
ersed the decision of Circuit Judge
Ross, rendered in 1S9S in Los Angeles,
relative to about S.OO'O.OOO acres of
land along the line of the old Atlantic
and Pacific Railroad Company. The
Supreme Court holds that the South
ern Pacific Company is entitled to
these lands. They are said to be
worth from 510.000 000 to 512.000.000.
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
By his attornev in fact.
New Ice Crearc Parlors.
D. G. Camarinos has recently open-
In many instances the uninjured " w.ra,a3 "as open-.
.i .. i , . . " "J" , ' ed up a dainty and neat ice cream
and those whose injuries were slight , parlor c9rtkTfot Aiakea and King.
rendered splendid aid. while others. (Everything clean and tasty. Icei
bewildered by the shock and dark-Scream, cool drinks, etc. Don't fail to-
ness, groped their way along the drop In.. "
holdup of the canal bill 1 5 PCrSORCll NCVV othe their way to thej
shipib5idy measure is L!l!Jll Jl ?ne?" ' ""
Flail rl tttt b at j1..v.l
" "" "' - i The bodies of the dead, and many
a aivm. t n.7ZTuT . ,- , ' s- T- Alexander has returned from j ot the wounded were hoisted through
A movement Is on foot In Now ork busin0S3 lr, . H ,L the openings in the roof of the tnn-
?VrthabS?t0r W!lbUr' G- W- - Jones is C0 to W; P,ahVU the -ing ambulant
K akeman. ho ha8 Just beon-tiirn-f homo al KapaW bv nhiess rcsull.td rushed to the nearest hospitals.
oil out of the offlce of appraiser there inK frQm a s!ee of grip . 0 atteraPt was made at identifica-
by Prosidunt RoosevoIL Any such Dr. A. Kowart ;tlon. .
mistaken action will be a severe blow, passenger who arrived from Hawaii ImiTPTAlT lir atw,tt,
tb the protective tariff policy. Wake- by the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday. FDNSTON MAY COMMAND
-. v llw, , me Amer-, jmian Monsarrat arrived from Ha-
ican i arm League for many years, i wail by the Hall yesterday. He will
and nt the instigation of its members be joined by Mrs. Monsarrat who is
he was appointed appraiser, so as to. expected to return from a visit to
administer the Dlngley tariff law on the Coatt hy the Peking today.
Notice is hereby given that intend
ing passengers per steamship "AO
RANGI," due to sail for the Colonies
on the ISth inst.. must apply for pas
sage not later . than Thursday, the
THEO. H. DAYTES & CO., LTD..
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
You've surely heard about those
pin money pickles -It not be sure
to ask about them when you are
in the store.
No other people can put up pick
les like Southerners and these are
direct from Virginia.
Better telephone for bottle, to
come with your regular order.
Here are some of the varieties:
Burr Cucumbers, -
Martynias and others.
LEWIS & CO., ltd.
1066 Fort SL
240 Three Telephones 240.
from 50c to S3.0Q
PER Y.VIJD - At
The PHONG FAT CO.
33 Kinc Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST
GOODS EVER SHOVN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
The Hollister Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Thing3
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
like your Mother uMd
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Fingers,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for chiidrsa ap
to better grades for 50 cents. We
can furnish you a box of datfeieua
candle worth a dollar elsewhere;-
J. OSWALD LTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
I The Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.
ALSO SOME MORE
The undersigned beg to advise ship-'
pers that until further notice the rate
of freight from San Francisco to Ho-
We F. Wm Co.,
protective lines. He
done this so vigorously as to
Hackfelds Will Celebrate.
- -.. o- .. .... -
forth protests from Importers, and- ,.,., " T ,. :;.;".v. ':,., Warren to-morrow, rem ttr inn..
wk, urtajuvj. iTiruiuiuE me oinuuav -- o ,
j SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. S.-
tdiereneral Frederick Funstou. os'
j cj.lnr;n.-u io am- cure on me ton net
u,-,. 1"' "
- r? I nnlttl,. !.. C An.n t -. ' . -. .
( uu....u u. cicoiuci. ui me wce-uiu mo leaumg fiumoers ot san Fran-
will be 53.30 per- dsc0f have decIded to locate a
g A 0ivpi-b oi
wat r rotriv r. rr xnanent establishment in Honolnln. v
me uecisions nave boen. as often as f rs,.rr.,,. ivnkaim ..m ,-i..".i and jrallant service in the Philinninos . . General Jtnntc n.nt co,-.tr. tt,i .tn t . :j...- .v.t, !X
not. against tho Federal otncial. More the opening of their fine new build-' s 'hat his next service will doubt-! Company. . . , ODOortnnitv of having their
tbau one scandal has originate! luiiag on the corner or Queen and Fort less be In the United States itself ! Honolulu. January 10. 1902. f J opponucuy oi navmg tneir.g
sis office aud now the Tariff League street. Although all the work on thej possiblv In command of the nnart-i" : 1 PIamblnS done at reasonable rates by Q
men propose to raise a purse for interior parts of the building will not j ment of California. It Is customary-! NOTICE. - I the most skillful mechanics in the-'o Keep One at VOlir bed-S
i.r . . u " v
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of .
Wakoman. who for years has been
drawing tw0 salaries. In the aggre-
be quite finished by that time, thei ,n a . , u l
finely decorated consulate room will! ," . , , u , wt"tUtt"u! . .
be .dr on the 27th. The double " taTel!erfe,I1a Ions ia thejpats on e Ti
,.r,, .sit u.. ..t.i .. ,. j, Philippines as General Funstrm ha!ipaSa oa lae 1
gate as much as a Cabinet officer. "" "" e Philippines as General Funston has.ipas5 oa the &olff rights at
W from the Tariff League and one r f fllS wfSJ - retirement of General Otis fc LT?'
from Vvtlnn.i .r.. ..... ui. i l " ,u '"'1 . I rresnas-tine or fishini b:5II ha
"from the National treasury. Wake-
are forbidden to tres-J
fishing rights at Kaika,
trespassing or fishing- will be prose- j
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
7" vino auonai treasury, ae- Mny -u who wl lnvUed f March and General Brooke in July : "TETt f. V, f .MT
an has acquired valuable property the occasloD, a.08 '? l0Tm leave TOCancIe oa& Qf -JJ rated to toe !l ,of ,the Ia
CHING AKINA, Lessee.
illtmicr Tun! BiiMiig.1
side and throw light o
on the burglar "when 8
he comes d burglins:." 9
AT PRICES JO SUIT ALL.