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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1914.
MAYOR FERN TO CELEBRATE WITH DANCE TONIGHT To the tune of rollicking, ragtime music. Mayor Fern will lead off at a dance Jie is giving to the city on Bishop street between King and Hotel Htfeeta tonfght. Thera will be no limit to the cele bration, which to the dancers will meari the celebration of New Year's Eve, and while Mayor Fern waltzes. two-steps or rags around on the street he will answer almost for the last time publicly greetings addressed; to him as "mayor." Iast year the question of whether or not ragging' would be allowed at the street ball was considerably discuss ed and finally tabled, but as this Is Mayor Fern's last chance to entertain the people of Honolulu, it is expected that he will place no limit on the ex tent of his guests' hilarity. Captain Henri Berger and the Roy al Hawaiian band have rehearsed on the latest popular tunes and tonight's program promises to excel all previ ous dance numbers offered by the land. Mayor Fern will take his cus tomary place and will lead the grand march in a manner that Is strictly ori ginal The sidewalk has been pre pared, or assisted, or coaxed Into be ta a good danqing floor.' .' . . The tall Is ' scheduled for eight o'clock and no one could tell this morn ing when It would end; perhaps not nntil the last whistle announcing the birth of 1915 has sounded maybe lat Mftvor Tern said this morning tlwt he hoped to make , his public exit amidst i ; great crowd with all Jila clora flying. ' v f a Mayor Fern Insists tnat me sireei 'dance will not conflict; with the gov- ; ernor'a ball, at the armory inasmucn - ,Kst -1in . will ho fit . the TJlshOD QB PilWV ----- street ball wui nox wun ia aancw m 'side, the armory, especially If It la a warm .evruiui,. . 'v . ' ktm '1ft m!nii4aa' -. llhemtinn the - - f I jr-1 .- j v . uimuiva . . .tv i . r-Jwmir Turtte Ashford's court l ii i r , mm - - m.ntr nf .TnhTeTTlTltJ OH h Indict- . , 1- 1 A.-Alni t hAA ii ;m?ni aCCUBlOK Him VI Kfflltiuus iui -- JOage J0. Ujy wruer ui iwoo of the World, to hla own prlrateuse. , Tne oeicnaani wm receive eeuicute i . 'torn v Davis motion for a new trial r was denied and ; he declares he . will r carry mo case jo me. supremo cuiwu INFANT YEAR TO BE GIVEN REAL ALOHA TONIGHT it TOIIPSILL FLOCK HERE N i 1 iU (Continued from page one) B15-TAYL0R (Continued from page one) ROAD POLICY IS LONG DEBATED BY or tho rhunhfi nni im rift I or- Ll2nda Mr. Tarlcr will return to VTTTl v aim t-f i v - , - - ionizations fell right in line with the Hrnciuln early In January to become former. jainiiaiea miui me jotai it ui When the tie 11 tolls 12 o'clock committee. In pan his letter follow s:. tonight Honolulu will pas out J914 ' Klne' men were burned, three aerl- and ush- In 19U amidst shouting, the shrieking of vhistles,' the toot ing cf hqrns. singing a no. In fact, amidst the gieatest New Year's eve street carnival and revelry in Ho nolulu's history according to general predictions. NEW CITY 'DADS .-. ! . f J"? l,i ; . ' Quinn Unable to Get Approval of Appropriations He Con siders Necessary lamp C Onlnn. sunersor-elert and It v,as mevuaoie mai mere sum-.m tbe man R5l(J wli nead the road com cccur a lull in the travel and the Ha-,mittee UB(jer tie new adnilnHtration. waiian islands were not alone in this ftmn(i iasl njgj.t ft .at A strong majority lull. Other places which seemed as of lne new ci, ien were absolute far removed from the war zone' as the y against his plans for immediate road Pkradise of the Pacific found the construction. same s tuatlcn confrcnting them, ine . . Xnn ta . . . . v ..... T .o & I roui., U Hill II V V. t v m va i u mornins, unless the plan for spending . .... . . I . . a . ... I VI uiu Itishop street wm De one or tne cen- movement m wa. u.. u,. iu the city s-fHBds are re,iSed, the fire trat gathering places of the celebrat- try following the curtailment of ocean tment and tQe ,jce department ors for it is thera that Mayor Fern lanes of travel found that their esti-, mogt hj, monev whne will bid a fond goodbye to his cltyjmaies ana me aciua, uumwr ui administration and the people of the sons traveling did not jibe, city whom he has served in his offi-J "After the comforting news was dal capacity. It -will be the mayor's sent out that Hawaii was a very sife last public New Year's eve dance, tourist resort, vessels of warring na and he plans to conduct tt in accord-j tlons began to move towards Hawaii ance with the occasion. Warships steamed towards the isl- Th t?ai.ev.iiar tinier th dlrpftlon ands: hostile ships of war pursued get I needed construction and repair on the roads is postponed for five or six months. Another version of the result of 18- night's caucus is given by the supervisors-elect who debated with Quinn until a late hour. Larsen and Losan sav thev do not approve of . a . m a 1 a m a a i UI1 w - ..t -t.i itw in o.irh mnpr n mil Tin u.ai iavorea iiari -c" " oi tieinie tieiaeureicH. ... uwt -- - Katliral vaaltn U. ending any money on road constmc- tan i capacity atnering in a many ; , tion unless the en-ineerine soecifica ... wfltHn. .he event There will 8 that a more opportune time should I won unless tne engineering SDec""" LOCAL ATiD GENEOAl There wfll be nb meellnr of th Modern' t)rHer of Phoenix this evenlns The federal court was adjourned by Judge Charles F. Clemnn this morn ing until 9 o'clock Saturday morn ins. I P. L. Weaver today was appointed administrator of the estate uf Abra ham Kekal. to sere under J5y. bond. About o memleT8 of the 2."ith la fantry are on detached duty at Wala nae for a month, getting out some lime rock for the government. j I : v ",-.-v.'s-7p.iv.', The CtkRlDN ... . ' The rf gular meeting of the wonun's auxiliary and guild of St. Andrew's cathedral will be held Tuesday. Janu-' ary o. at T. p. m.. in the unild hall. I Bids will be opened at the office of the superintendent of public works at noon Saturday for furnishing huildlnj; material for the new Oahu prison in Kalihi. I There will be a Watch-Night Service at he Salvation rmy hall. 818 Xuu anu avenue, tonight after the regular meeting. Lieut.-col. Blanche B. Cox will lead. All are welcome. be music-plenty A it. There will be be awaited before purchasing tickets r,r Rrtvni Ha. even ior me .sie o. rec-. waiian, Pleasanton or Alexander Young hotels. One cf the bigsest features of the "Confidence is again restored by the tragic naval action in the South Atlantic and the knowledge that all vf tMrAl in the UomH) ova nnro night, however, must be given worthy " , ,, . , ,. J. K rr.Q njcre open. The steamer offices all mention. It might be classed as an . n exception to rsho Un? ! to 8aUs from San Francisco for mlmirSi Now' u'ft' JP-uie steamers and SJ&ytJJ all the British flag, steamers will mak. "There Is "certainly going to be a big crowd in Honolulu for the :il id-Pacific .Carnival. I personally know of R, Navinna man and wife and the lat- ier will be completing the marriage VOW. ' ' , . k- - '" : ' ' Friends of the couple wilt gather at the Mission at 9 o'clock and when 12 o'clock: tolls and 1915 is officially ushered in Miss Belle Avilla and T. R. Navinna will face the world to gether as Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Navinna. The Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land Company announced this morn large number of persons who are mak ing their plana for the February visit" , In another report Mr.' Taylor says that Thomas Coolt & Sons are pre paring for the handling of a big tour arctind the world In 1916, Honolulu and HUo being prominent in the itine rary. ing that street cars on all lines will! ,anaf,r stokes nf the San Frtn be run an hour later than usual to- ctsco office - says Mr. Taylor, "sutes night for the benefit - of the New Year's eve celebrators. . . 'nowdyiam will' pot be tolerated'in .J German array as a volunteer. t .227 that at least 600 persons will compose this party. It Is .planned to give the cartv" the' usual' slehtseeine tours Li the "downtown streets this1 evening and around Honolulu, much along the and. little consideration will be shown Hnes of the Clark and Ha'mburg-Amer-offenders who are caught by the po- fmrt v'g'ts.' Naturally, they will wish lice, declared: Sheriff -Charles Rose, to Include the Pall in the drive about .who today has assigned "every avail-, town, if is Dossible that both a trol- "feblc man on the uniformed and plain j jey car ;,trip around the city and an u iue fan wui u luc.uueu, will be wanted for the lat certain that as soon as the thusiasm of the celebrating hosUjtfho-war is over, the. Hamburg-American are expected to throng the thorough-! company will 'again take up its plans fares save to an -extent 'that an kxr for; the world cruises, and it is re ample will be made of those who actpcrted that if the war atops early M the role of hoodlum end nseforbldde, the'obmIng year the cruises will be pneeting Yowder" chalk, flonr or. other resumed; via Honolulu and ' Hilo,. in like articles. v ' ' v : '., ' 1915. Honolulu is already being looked The use "of , firearms, , bombs and . upon' as ' a tourist stopping place, and crackers will be Torbldden on. streets! we are' certain to get big results." V where vehiclei traffic' his congested-.! " ; m ''"'-' 4 v AH outside districts will be patrolled I UTTLE'CIRC v by the mounted men.; The same rules Cfnv hvtn Urtrft! flash; while work ., -- . - - ' . . niutuco icnitQ w m vent i.uuiiuvu , siiin iriii .. tr hn, th ITftHrtn '"street IClevatea r . ( ' - - r . I II R UUHIIiraa U1MLI 1L 1. UI ' L1I C I 1LI - . I E Tl fl m 1MB . ., .t r. .i.4 . - . " I . . 7 . " " 7 . - I trail rrui n n rrii mi vvi. t j j- ' a rfu a. w .mww a a. . wawkm a. , ucnera. acoaie, . .lormvriy . ..wu .'mcnt will not attempt to curb the en-1- rit Is rAi f tha lino irmv - onrprAm rn a : ANDREW S. UPSON. Dolts ' are. Little Thinssy But They -Made Him Mitlionalre.i. r and regulations' for the" maintenance cf peace and order, will be observed as obtained on Christmas eve.; limit wmmi v sinmi rrnhiir iit uiniiuiiiuiKi iTTou've a very.narrow4 skirt. Utile GirL Are you sure' it 'doesn't hurt, ' : " Little Girl? t ' ThU's a mincing little" stride Where the street 'Is wild and wide, Are'youvsure there's1 rootn'fnside, LHUe Girl? '1 ' ' ; ' - : Vhcn 'Jin&y Upsoa atlS; treat t'9 t?ork for his brother-in-law at Union ' vlllc, ,Ccnn making bolts and nuts, ' these commodities-were little known : and used. ; 'C c - ' ?j The management of Waikikl Inn is arranging for an exceptionally enter taining dance New Year's eve, in con nection with the special dinner to te served tonight. HUI.UC lUUBit MUU tuc Inn's entertainment will connue past the' usual i closing 1 our. -Ad v. CHIEF, CLERK FOR HAWAII , , BUILDING AT EXPOSITION tiftY-BE SELECTED TODAY Who is to be the chief clerk in the What will happen if you slip, Little Girl? Aren't yon fearfhl It will rip, t Little Girl r ;Ydu- would better take a sack. JSo If anythitig should crack, It would serve yon coming back, :- Uttle;Clrt rtv: Let the bottom out a bit - Little Girl. 1t Ms ' mncb ; too tight a it, Little Girl. As the matter sadly stands, YouU be' walking on your hands, And In th?t .event-my lands, Little Giri! , Buffalo Evening News. BIG TIMES AT CIRCUS ' FOR KIDDIES OF M. E. SUNDAY SCHOOL FRIDAY :;;,r"tw.r.Ti, C:r;2T ":,. wake; white elephants that never had l k onvau s nuu wci 0 uufc CL9 Vail tions are definite and believe also tint the frontage- ax laws should he strict ly enforced. Others of the new super visors could not be reached today for an expression, hut according to Quinn it was a proposition of six against one last night Qu inn's Plans. T believe that two stretches in par ticular oT the round-the-island road should be greatly improved," said Quinn today. "I brought in my plans last night for appropriations for road- work to include four and a half miles from Waimea to the Boys' Industrial School, which would cost not over 16t- 000; and three miles In the Hakipuu section, which would cost about $20, 000. Also 1 wanted some more ap pro jria. ions. "But right awy l found opiositicn. It Is proixsed to appropriate large amounts for the fire and police and other departments. If these phna go through, there Is going to be nothing left for roads not even enough for maintenance." Larsen Stands Firm. . Supervisor-elect Larsen said today: "1 am thoroughly convinced that the board should not try to run the de tails of its road work through a com mittee but should make the engineer and his subordinates responsible for results. We have no time to get but and boss the men over the job. think the road committee should be in charge of the policy but leave the de tails to the engineer. "Furthermore, J belfeve.that our im portant road-work should be done .by contract As a matter of fact, it will cost $60,020jror the city to put its road-building equjpment in . shape; for worlf. jflyiwoof our rollers rare serviceable and the day of mule-power Is gone by. Competitive bidding, will save the city a great deal of money for the contractors are equipped . to do the work at the mlnimnnr' figure. "As to new work, I stand by the frontage-tax. All local Improvements should . be done under that law at least, this board should, give the law a thorough test Perhaps on some o) the country roads where they are used for autos and are a general benefit the frontage-tax may not apply.,' - The issue was not settled in the can ons last night. Another caucus Is to be held Saturday and perhaps one wfll come before that While the uper: visors are' talking the matter' over with plenty of spirit and sticking to their opinions, it was believed today that they can get add reach a bar mcnious conclusion, One thing that hj causing trouble all around is the lack of funds "for improvement The new administration has to economize closely and it ' Is difficult to work out a well-balanced program in a hurry. EARNING CAPACITY OF VESSELS CHARTERED BY The final accounts of F. K. Thomp son, administrator of the estate of Blanche S. Wotkyns were approved by Judge Whitney today and the admin istrator discharged and h! bond canceled. Argument on a motion to set aside judgment in the m1tter of :he applica tion of Nobu Mi to be for a writ of ha-j beas corpus has been continued in the federal court until W o'clock Monday morning. I Wilhelm Lanz. guardian of Bertha j Emelia Lui.se and Gertrude Elizabeth' Hedwig Lanz. minors, was authorized by Judge Whitney today to use $500 for each of the minors for their sup- port, cut of the respective estates. The funeral services of Frederick! Fejry, who died at the Leahi Home! as a result of tuberculosis, were held j at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon from ! the undertaking establishment of H. H. Williams, interment being in the Nuuanu cemetery. Mr. Feary, who was 18 years old at the time of his death, was a native of Molokai. and' was a brother of Mrs. George Mil toft of Honolulu. i i THURSDAY and; FRIDAY ,' for the annual stock-taking m Re-opens Saturdd morning i i i then you can buy your pKbitts u 34 colors in Ladies' Phbenix Ho: 14 colors in Men's. That the Leahi Home, Honolulu's institution for sufferers from tubercu lcsis. Is to be : well cared for "at? the hands of the new board of supervisors Is evident from the fact that the In coming city fathers have made an al lowance in their budget for an appro priation of $75 a month to the home, instead of the present $450. This al lowance will' make it possible for the home to care Tor 1 instead of 10 'pa tients, s Under the direction pf Kapellmeister Henrt Berger; the Hawaiian band will piay m- Bishop park;"" opposite the Young hoteL-.this evening for he'may oya balL' Xhe kapellmeister has pt P'red a special program for the occa sion and the musle will commence at 8iclock and continue until midnight Tomorrow the band Will play at the Chinese New Year reception in King street from 12 until 2 o'clock, and in ine evening at tne opera house. i ii 111 v :' ' .ii ii omniV'CT .n aid' i n h mnin Air il!f ii; 1111 QOESTOCOAST OFffiL UBELlJlIS GET LITRE BY SAIE OF THE FBBlOFiT Reapportionment Makes Nec essary a Large Cut in the Qfiginal Proposed Awards an Admiralty sub-committee, and from these rates it is possible to make a rough calcnlatioa of the earnings in cn at a meeting of the Hawaii Fair' ir. lij aavg evec;.vross,0ie BV.Tfr,Sh of "" Z" "I V out-freak the freaks wfll be seen and . v -"' ' v .fc. clock This afterrooc in tne rooms Of u.,j-,t ,n-- -..... 7 v. yond llrlng opcnM.he.wu. . ftomoUoo Committee. I JSS? ,'f? "f,h?"0,!?e hci.Ud .pWffd2,- ' " on AW. me siow seuing uons. to successiui are u. - wiuiam , ijouxniic, j. waiter t . . . . j . -v 5 ! " ' u " llml nfl E J Knrts The mttter mere wm .uc weryuiuig inm inu Tunisian , w,s this Tenturelthat knd Em press of Langdca pcrsuadea him to reenter ever, has been placed in the hands of."?"1 n1 .to 'ond .? an5" Britain . . ' - - iu' xv vm.k. u....it i circus, ooui smas win oe m tne pa- Tn Augustus E. 31orphy. clerk of the. United States district court this aft- tmp DDITICU Cho lADernoon received $255.63, the proceeds I ML Dnlt Ion run VVAn of the sale of the schooner Jessie Fre- LOXDOFngr The scaleof - hire' lants in the recent libel which resulrH ror vessels, cnartered by tbe Britisn ed in the sale of the vessel, and for government for use as armed cruis-!tne payment of such fees. outgrowing era, troopships, hospital ships and oth- from the suit, la compliance with an er purposes, nas oeen arawn up by order of reapportionment issued today by Judge Charles P. demons. Prior to the sale of the vessel, the awards made to the lihollantn nnH th three months of some of the biggest fees to pr0ctors, amounted to vessels wnicn are weu-Known in tne m0re than $600, but as the vessel was Atlantic trade. They are as follows: 86id under the direction of the mar- dpeed. earnings ghaL for only $275, the making of re fons. Knots. In S moJ vised awards wan . nereiuiarv XlnAr 23 $855,850 f ho reannortkinment. th fnllnwin? 308,400 awards' are made and fees ordered 308,400 paid. ""IX' Marshal's office fees, $28.87; keep- erg iees, ine Keeper naving oeen Charles Howard, a libellant; clerk's 241,500 office fees. $110: renorter'a feea. 120: ' addition the government is re- docket fees to Proctor George A. Da- Vessel Aquitania Carohia Carman ia Cedric .45.647 . 19.600 . lt,600 .21,035 .10.576 18 IS 17 16 When her husband objected to her dancing Fannv St Clair ftook the i bridal bit tn her teeth," so tor speak. J She ran away, went td the dance, "ah 4 'didn't return home; going, op the ju&t. steamer to san jf rancco insieau., leaving the husband : and two Jlttlo Children,1 the eldest 6 ? years jf age. I That occurred "two months ago and she- has not returned "nor written the husband and father of her family. At least this was the testimony sir en by William St. Clair In Circuit Judge Whitney's court this . morning. He was granted a divorce, to take ef fect January 15; 1915,' together with the' custody Of the children; St: Clair, who is a plumber earning ,$150 a mcntb, says this is not the first time his wife has left him, the trouble be ing due. he avers, to her fl!deness. Once, before she left unannounced and visited San Francisco, and on another occasion her plans ' to elope witli a ;youhg man from Hilo were thwarted 'with' the assistance of . the United States district attorney. , ' ' ilJnder' the auspices ' . of the Associated , Charities. ' assisted by kindergarten tc.chera, a party Vas - given - for the ' pupils of the various local i free kindergartens in the vacant lot' mauka of the Young Men's. Christian Association yesterday afternoon.", The ' children engaged to dances and games, at the conclusion iof which refreshments 1 were ' served. Children and their mothers to the number of about 50 were present A Moslem cemetery will be estab lished at Working. Eng.. for burial of Indian soldiers killed on ! the Conti nent - Dr. A. E. Ortmann, scientist at Car negie Museum in Pittsburg, predicted that in 1000 years Niagara falls will be -dry. - . . ' Public dissatisfaction with the new Brazilian cabinet led to street rioting in Rio Janeiro. Gold to the amount of $30,000 was withdrawn from the sub-treasnry for j shipment to r South America. - fBr Latent II- kETROGRAD,. -Ins,: :. story cf -the kaiser's -j Prince Joachim,-be ing w an, aeroplane- when irr C tuTQ , Is told by a wet: -lieutenant"' X.o W The officer says at t November 24 the princ m and1 of a German fcrc pled a Tillage after dri. slaos from it The ctar', ever, received reinforce r occupied the place after . f When the - prince hear capture he jumped cn a t loped off after the.retirl ! -Three aeroplanes wer above , to discover and prince; i Two of the av!:' tempted to descend , ca Russian1 fre and were t t By this time the prtnc number of German -troc; surrounded by Russians. seemed very critical. Jus: of time the bird machine near hini and taking a r the prince was horns' a wa. I A hearing on replication of George L. Williams ar. Wech doing business ur.J name of the llonolalo Ele a bankrupt has been coct' federal court until Monday 0 o'clock: ' V, y. ; SPECIAL NOTICE TO i, I HONOLULU We wish to 'announce elusive Honolulu agents fcr t mixture of buckthorn hark, etc.. .known as AdUr-i-ka. 7 dy. used successfally for a; Is the mosTHOROUGH Jbo er we ever . sold. Ik.' Is , so that ONE SPOONFUL telle? ANY .CASE of constlrltic gassy stomach. r Adler ! gripes, is safe to" use t STANT action is surprislr. '. lister Drug Co. advert!"- .14,189 20 k fill iiflii v ft ) l&iu arrui ku - iuuli ui 1 - - v. v . . . -.s.. -j morning that the abdication of Pakl "--. , . 1 . ,. uier r, houm iaa veen wiioamwn. , . .. - - resident commisstoner at the exposI-lI3 ?i!L 5tli commended to pay the cost of prepar- vis.4 $20; proctor's fees to George A. - . t . , cede the performance. Other things tin th vpkspU tnr tte nmoioa fnr nZ -Z , M j v tlon. and is expected to report on Ms JZ V ik inr ..Tk-- , "T Ung tne vessel3 "r sl&te Purposes, for pavis ($50 of the $100 allowed by the tiitinn Mir"' niw .-,- Kt, Inai 00 not ail Ini eiiner or any time lost between end of charter ne- mnrt')ivin(r wn iroi. i ,tiTi Cleveland, -where iron!f ore and coal were nearer at hand.?" AIfPREVvDEMPSTER LEFT JLmiutil riod tin restoration of the vessel in $50; proctor's fees to S. P. Chilling' " P: " " , t"rTJ normal work and for higher wages, (worth, $20; Charles Howard, Iibellant. a real Chinese bandin both cases, m , . a d uk-ii-- .io-.a.. MANY BULLETS NEEDED MV: u?e"ant' ll9.2,e,"d Aire. Aua r rair, unervcuur, f 10.40. i Fields and Palmer, aside from re-' "really real.-. Also there will be real lemonide, soda and popcorn. "P ranta trill fHnt' A ha rv a-rr Vm PROPERTY WORTH $25,000 of the Sunday school are invited to ine circus. ' - - The Bishop TTnst fcompanr, 'ancil-1 Under the skilful guidance of the BiaO VHO U'l W,HTEa Rill I Tl? l,rT .amlflktMiftf nnF th. irin nf ' uh trnui i ?r, pis the late Andrew iJempster, has filed in Howard A. Kelly Hospital, . of Increasing his earning : power. ;v: :,"rw?rr:. " ;ute showing mat 'Dempster held pro-1. Miss Nell Kenny, ' an Australian end .'Andrew, S. ; Utison'died a million- perty' worth approximately $25,000. It swimmer, was arrested as she was ' TO BRING DOWN A MAN LONDON, Eng. One Of the things f.eiTne a nro rata hne-tblrd of the $50 frequently noted by soldiers at the fee remitted by Mr. Davis, receive 24 front in writing to relatives and npr rent earh of tin.se. Pharlea Row. the friends Is the extraordinary expend!- ard'-nHr Khn. inHndinr kbenr :- .uuv, w " mu. rees ana me coun t acDomonnieni to : aire, head kad dlrectcdr of a cctporatlona ;"',- T ; V :.v ; .',,V'i- lf consisted Cf the following items. I about to jump off the Brooklyn bridge DUulDGr CI V e v.j . v . i-.v .w , . .. - v per vcuv ikiuu ui:iue uiuu uie uiOTies. 'i Railway & Land Company, par value $1000: four' 6 per cent Honokaa Sugar per cent. Kohala Ditch Company bond. a uerman report states that many him from the 'proceeds of the sale; German soldiers fired 4000 cartridges amounts to $48.38. Mrs. Ada B; Fralr, apiece during the first month of the wife of the skipper of the Jessie Fre war. An English observer estimated mdnt'who shinned on the schooner at that 25 German shells are wasted for San Diego as cook, receives 20 per. every man Killed by them. cent of the $10.50.-and, one-thiA In 1870 it wasj calculated that the the. $50 remitted by. Mr.. D4tiS.v -. -Table ;.(Glac3--7r- ' - . . i k J . . . ... . . . - : - .'- . . - .. ' - i 1 vrrt ri n" tu-wnrl ml. .olnn iiiwn t1 AAA. - . ICnOP & C0 ' fhells, for h every ' wounded Ab-t?f wuHm , " " ' j '? rr 'cent .-.Hilo nailray; Co"'-'-:0- Cprnf-wr'Jcls'-tahK; Var ft- Waid,?3-t -hifr.eU vrr i'! ' ' ? Like the "ceervstock d'n- -1 i -