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If you want to day's News to day you can find If In TUB CTAO THE HAWAIIAN The JlrnrnilnnNtnr Is tlic paper Hint rocs lutu the hcs Iioiiios of If miolnli HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1899. No. 2442. STAR . n r i VOL. VI. ft flhhv i ft; 1 1 ft ft' 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE TO FORESTERS. 'All members of Court Lunalllo No. 6600, Ancient Order of Foresters are re quested to be present at the K. ot P. Htli, on Fort Street, at 1:30 p, m. on Sunday, December 31, 1899, for the pur pose of attending the funeral of our .,, departed Brother C. A. Fogarty. A .---Members of Court Camoes, No. 8110 ana an sojourning ureturen are inviteu tO'ttttend. &''J3y' order of Chief Ranger. B. P. LAHLAN, Secretary. Lodge Le Progres De I'Oceanie No. 124, A. & A. S. RITE. 1 There will be a special meeting of Lodge Le Progres de IOceanlc, No. 124, A. & A. S. R., at Its hall, Masonic Temple THIS (SATURDAY) EVEN ING, at 7:30 o'clock. TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS. Members of Hawaiian and Pacific Lodges, and all sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to be present. ,By order of the V. M. E. B. FIREL. Secretary. Honolulu, December 30, 1839. BYAUTHORITY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC IN STRUCTION. Honolulu, December 30, 1899. Upon the advice of the Board of Health the following schools In this District will remain closed until fur ther orders, viz: Normal, Kauluwela, High, Kalulanl, " kavTiakapllI, Beretanla Street, ICaa-kopua,--fioyal, Kakaako, Emma Street, KawatahaoruPohukalna, and the Night School. All OUer schools will open on Tuesday, January second. By order of theAItulster of Public Instruction. C. T. RODGERS, Secretary. Department of Finance, Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 29, 1899. NOTICE. The Minister of Finance desires to draw the attention of Importers to the urgent necessity of removing as expedi tiously as possible goods Imported from foreign and Inland ports. The delay that Is occasioned by leaving goods up on the wharves Is a serious detriment to the public business and the Minis ter feels confident that no further no tlce will be required to rectify the pres ent congested state of the wharves. S. M. DAMON, Minister of Finance. REGULATIONS FOR THE DETEC TION AND SUPPRESSION OF BU BONIC PLAGUE. Section 1. All persons are required to allow free access Into all dwellings, stores, buildings, structures and en closures under their control wherever situated In the Hawaiian Islands, when requested so to do by an Agent of the Board of Health. Section 2. All persons are required to answer all questions concerning sick ness that may exist In any dwelling, store, building, structure or enclosure under their control wheresoever situat ed in the Hawaiian Islands, when re quested so to do by an Agent of the Board of Health. Section 3. All persons are required to immediately report to the Board of Health or come Agent thereof any per son whom they shall have reason to be lieve to be sick, or to have died of Bu bonic Plague or any other disease dan gerous to the Public Health. By order of the Board of Health the foregoing Regulations were adopted and ordered published this 29th day of December, A. D. 1S99. HENRY E. COOPER, President Board of Health. Sugar Plantation Bonds... Arc desirable investments for trust funds. Wo mako a specialty of tho bonds of such companies as havo first boon subjected to a thorough legal and financial examination; and wo are prepared to furnish full data regarding the proper ties of tho companies whose bonds wo havo purchased and offer for salo at prices to yield a safo Income and good Invest ment. Wo will taki subscriptions for tho following at 216 premium: KAHUKU, 3.10 year (J gold bonds; security, $750,000 issue, $1100,000. LMYA, :i-10 year (i ' sold bonds; security, $:,000,000; issue, $500,000. Wo aro TRUSTEES tor both of tho abovo Issuos. HnWRllllNTRUST8INVESTM'TG0..LTD. OHO. R. CARTER, Treasurer Tol. 104 400 Fort St.. Honolulu MR. COOPER ASKS GOVERNMENT FOR $220,000. President Dole "Will Call Council ot State to Consider Matter How the Cash Will be Spent. President Cooper of the Board of Health, will this afternoon submit a letter to President Dole asking for money to carry out Improvements In the Infected district recommended by the commission yesterday. The amount to be asked for Is $220, 000, exclusive of a sum to complete the sewerage system at the earllst possi ble date. Three hundred thousand dol lars will be more like the sum required. This is a big sum, but the Board of Health feels that It Is needed. Follow ing are the heads under which the casn will be spent: Filtration plant for Nuuanu valley, $120,000. Garbage crematory. $20,000. Public Improvements In the Infected district, $80,000. An appropriation sufficient to com plete the sewerage system at the earli est possible date on the lines mapped out by Mr. Herlng. no amount stated. President Dole will call the Council of State together early next week to take action on the matter. Mr. Cooper stat ed there was no legal Impediment In the way of the Council acting after the ex plratlon of the fiscal period, which Is December 31. It will be observed that the big Item Is for a filtration plant. Mr. Herlng prepared plans for this some time ago. The Board has adopted the plans and there Is nothing in the way of begin nlng work, save the money. Physicians are unanimous in the opinion that the nlant Is of Immediate necessity. The extra money for sewerage win De used for connecting houses with the street mains and putting In proper sinks. It Is believed that with enough money available this can be done wltn In six months. DEALING WITH CHEATS. PersonB in Quarantine Try to Get More Than Their Quota. The authorities in Chinatown are hav ing a little trouble in dealing with reg ular dead beats. As few of the people are personally known to the officials doubtless many attempts are success ful. A case In point was a native who appeared at the military guard nouse this morning and asked for food. He declared he was not on the relief rolls. and arrangements were being made for Immediate help when Sergeant Weedon appeared. Weedon had personally ser ved the man with ample food yesterday and this morning, and had .him regular ly on the rolls. Another applicant declared ho had eaten nothing In three days. He was Identified as being regularly on the rolls. When threatened with an exam ination by a doctor to see If he had really eaten nothing the fellow admitt ed he was lying and walked away. PARS DO NOT CONNECT. People who have to come down town early In the morning from the Nuuanu valley and adjacent districts are com-nlaininc- of the lack of street ear facil ities. The cars cannot take their ac customed routes and no connections are made at Beretanla and Fort streets. NO CASES TODAY. There have been no -cases of plaque today. Dr. Scaparone left Just before noon to see a patient reported near the half way house In Nuuanu valley. It Is not believed to be plague, though details are not yet known. ALWAYS ON HAND. Beautiful trimmed hats, choice rib bons and flowers. The latest patterns as shown in the Delineator at Mrs. Hanna's Fort street. Fine Book and Commercial Printing at the Star Office. NE W A DVKKTISEHE NTS CLOSING NOTICE ! Our stores will remain closed all day Monday, New Year's Day. HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. CLOSING NOTICE ! The Metropolitan Market will close at 8 o'clock a. m. Monday. New Year's Day, and remain closed during the day. METROPOLITAN MEAT CO. LOST Lost on Christmas Day at Walklkl Inn, a pair of field and marine glasses. A reward of $5.00 will be paid for their return to Walklkl Inn. You're Another Sufferer from the result of poor re pair work. But If you bring your Bicycle, Gun, Typewriter or any article of fine me chanism to U3 when It needs repairs, and it will be overhauled and put In such shape that It will meet with your thorough satisfaction. Better still, telephone us 5G5, and we will SEND FOR AND DELIVER WITH OUT EXTRA CHARGE. Ve employ only the best skilled help anil guarantee all our work. Kodaks repaired, Tennis Rackets re strung. Keys made. Fine enameling a spe cialty. In fact repairing done In all Us branches. i mm rn i m Ul I U I I LI I UUll LIUl 312 Fort Stroot Hemetnber thn 'Phone, 305 IROQUOIS AND LEHUA KEEP HER OFF THE REEF. They Have Dropped Anchors and are Waiting for Better Weather The Carson Close to Shore. The wreck of the William Carson Is still being held oft the reef by the tug Iroquois and the Wilder steamship Le- hua. Both steamets are lying at an chor, waiting for the weather to mode rate before they make any attempt to move the overturned vessel to a place where the effort to set her right can be made. The Carson is close in shore, a considerable distance this side of Wnt- klkl. The wreck of the William Carson was very nearly In the same place this morning as last night. At four o'clock yesterday afternoon the tug Iroquois took the place of the Eleu. The Lehua remained out and with the Iroquois kept the Car3on off the reef all night. This morning the two steamers were anchored, holding the wreck against a heavy wind and current that were drawing them towards Walklkl. Mo deration of the weather was the only thing to be hoped for to give a chance of saving the vessel. She was very close In shore this side of Walklkl and only a very slight gain on the steamers, a very short dragging of their anchors, would have landed her on- the reef at any time since midnight. The wreck could be very plainly seen through glasses from the high lookout at the pilot house this morning. The four yards arms stuck out of the water Just tile same as , yesterday, but the Carson was so rri:h closer in that now und then her prostrate hull could b seen as waves washed over It and left It higher. It was evident that only a short time would be required to sink her where she was If the weather con tinued rough. Clouds of spray broke high into the air over the hull and It ivould have been no surprise If at any moment they had batterer! nu-nv- enough of the hull to make n leak on the upper side, let in water and let out me air, allowing the thirteen hiimtrt.,1 tons of coal to carry the wreck to the WATCH NIGHT MEETING. Preparations for Passing the Last Hours of the Year. Very complete arrangements are be ing made for the Watch Night Meeting of the Young People's Societies at the Methodist church Sunday night. The meeting will begin at nine o'clock. The first hour will be given to a song ser vice In charge of Theodore Richards. Besides giving an opportunity for sing ing songs that will be sung at the meet ings to be held when Father Endea vorer Clark is in the city, special music will be given. The Christian Endea vor book will be used; all who have these books are requested to bring them. J. E. Russell will give a five minute talk during this service appro priate to the time and occasion. The Scripture reading will be con ducted by J. N. Taggard, and will con sist of scripture verses written on slips of paper by the different people who at tend and dropped In a hat at the door as the meeting assembles. These ver ses are to be indicative of the experi ence during the past year of those who suggest them. The Experience meeting will begin at ten minutes after ten o'clock and will be conducted by Miss Florence Yar row, and Geo. B. McClellan. This will continue for one half hour when there will be a social Intermission for one half hour, the conduct of which will be In charge of a special commlttep. At this time Mr. Erdman will give a short talk on the "Opportunities for the Young People's Society for Social WorK In the Church." The Prayer meeting, proper, will be gin promptly at ten minutes past ele ven o'clock and will be conducted by Capt. Matthews of the Salvation Army and S. P. Perry. At the close of tills meeting the Rev. W. M. KIncald will give a ten minute talk on "Thoughts for Meditation," and the last five minutes of the year will bo spent In silent prayer. Every one is not only cordially In vited but urged to come. THE WHARF SINKING. The Pacific Mall wharf, with about 2000 tons of freight on It, is sinking and appears to be In n very Insecure condi tion. At noon today markers made In the otllce by Clarence Crabbe showed that the wharf had sunk an Inch and three quarters at the corner where the office Is. Whether It has also sunk In other parts cannot be told at this time. If the Interior Department can get some of the much talked of surplus money for repairs and Improvements of Pacific Mall wharf, those who havo to work there will be much pleased. INFECTED HOUSE BURNED. The house near Ah Hln's rice mill, Palama, In which the Chinaman died Christmas eve was this morning burned to the ground by the Board of Health. Mr. Reynolds and Sam Johnson did the work. All the dead man's bedding and effects were cremated In tho building. HARRIS-GAY. Albert Harris, bookkeeper for the Pa cific Hardware Company, and Miss Alice Gay, eldest daughter of the late James Gay, of Walalua, will bo mar ried In the priests' parlors, Catholic cathedral at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Tho young couple will leave by tho train shortly after for Walalua. EXQUISITE RUGS. If you want to decorate your home buy one of those 11-4 rugs that are be ing sold ut L. B. KERR'S for $17. They aro good value, exquisite patterns, chnrmlng colors, nnd must be seen to bo appreciated. Do not fall to see them b.oforo they are nil sold. Going out of the business of Import ing hnrness and vehicles. Rare chance for bargains. W. W. Wright. SCARE OVER. Now that the scare Is over there will be quite rush no doubt to THE BERG STROM after the pianos they are sell ing for $225 and upwards. Flno Book and Commorcial Printing at tho btar OlTIce. i iinsii NO CASES OF PLAGUE FOUND TODAY. Chinatown Settled Down to the Rou tine of Quarantine No Trouble Save the Talk of Agitators. Lieutenant Gonsalves, C, Is officer of the day in Chinatown this afternoon. Sergt. W. C. Weedon has charge of the guard house. Guards are provided with rubber coats and are making out very well. In the outside districts they have to stand for six hours In the rain, which Is very disagreeable. During the Heavy down pour at midnight it was very aaru anu guard duty was exceedingly difficult. On Kukul street especially, the guards walked their beats In two inches of mud. There have been no efforts todav to run the quarantine. Some Chinese, es pecially leaders or the see Yup Society, are doing some loud talking, but their following Is waning. The Japanese are tnorougniy loyal to the methods of the Board of Health nnd will not make trouble. It Is stated that the men who tried to escape from Quarantine are all- round trouble-makers of the Japanese colony and that the others ire not In sympathy with them. The Japaneso have organized a corps of Inspectors and a cleansing gang under their phy sicians, which is doing excellent work. A report of the work of the military In Chinatown has been submitted to the Board of Health. It gives in detail tno amount of Inspecting, guard duty and number of arrestn made. Every needy person In the quaran tined district Is supplied with food. Al most everyone draws food, however, those not actually in distress consider ing themselves Injured by the quaran tine to the extent of supplies. Applica tions are received at 7 n. m. and 5 p. m. Supplies are delivered from wagons most of the day. A Japanese woman, apparently very sick, was taken In hand by the mili tary this morning and her case report ed to the Board or Health, upon lnves tigatlon It was found that she was an opium user and was suffering from a want of it. The drug was provided. There promises to be a splendid game of football New Year's Day. The eleven from the 6th Artillery will try conclu sions with a picked eleven from among tne town players. The game will be played on the Oatui College grounds at a otiock sharp. An admission of 2a cents, children 10 cents will be ehareed for the purpose of creating an Athletic i unu 'nr tnp encouragement of sport. Sam Parker, Jr., has taken a very active Interest In ortranizlnir the tramr and' will captain the town eleven. The lonowing is the line up of the town team: Right end, Lawrence; right tack le, aicj'iierson: right guard. Cockett: center, Joy or Ayres; left guard. Lane-; left tackle. Prince Cunid: left end Long or Vlda; quarter back. Rlchanl- son or .Mei.ane; light half back. Scher merhorn; left half back, Gleason or (.'ummings; full hack, Sam Parker, Jr. (captain) or fc-oper. . CHINESE INSPECTORS. Hard at Work and Apparently Doln; Good Service. A special meeting of Chinese sanitary inspectors was neid at the United Chi nese Society's rooms yesterday after noon. Inspectors submitted verbal re ports of conditions In their respective districts. Only Chinese are being vis ited anil taken ca j of. Reports are made to Dr. Pratt. C. Hock Cho re ported one man Pick below Kaumnka plll. Ng Chan said 21 persons on Nuu anu street were In need. In the Kapoo kolu neighborhood M. C. Anmna report ed that many Chinamen and natives were In need of food. At thn conclusion of these reports Lin Shen Ohnw addressed tho meeting and said that Inspectors were required not only to find nut cases of sickness but to see that Chinese houses is In a san itary condition. "It is said." remarked the speaker, that certain Chinese and Japanese havo attempted to oFeatio from quarantine by force. Wo must immediately put up posters warning our countrymen to obey the regulations ot tho Hoard. Cheong Leong wns appointed emer gency interpreter at the Chinese hospi tal at $12 a week. CABINET MEETING. After the Board of Health meeting yesterday afternoon there was a short discussion between members of the Cab inet on tho report of the sanitary com mission and steps to be taken. It was decided to have the President of the Board make out a statement of the money he requires and submit the same for consideration of the Council of State. SOME BIO SUITS. The Bishop Estate this morning filed seven important ejectment suits In tho Circuit Court. Actions are taken against tho Queen's hospital, W. F. Allen, Kn therln Singer, David Dayton and num erous others. The property Involvert is the Queen's hospital premises and num erous pieces of land claimed under titl es vested In the late Mrs. Bishop by Inheritance and otherwise. Clerks George Lucas and P. D. Kol lett, of tho Supremo Court, have been enjoying a little vacation during tho present lapse of term business. NEW EDITION OF IIARUM. Tho Golden Rule Bazaar has just re ceived a new edition of "David Harum" which they are selling for S.") cents. They also havo a full lino of Dally Journals nnd Diaries for 1900. See their "ad" in this issue. IN BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS. -.Drws goods In beautiful designs can be found at L. B. Kerr's, Queen street, and at prices that aro remarkably low. MESSENGER SERVICE. Tho Honolulu Messenger Service de liver messages ar.d packages. Tele phone 378. III. Fine Job Printing. Star Office. 1: MANAGEMENT WILL PROBABLY SOON CHANGE. Sailors' Home Society Holds Its An nual Meeting and Discusses the Sub ject Bluxome Goes Out. The annual meeting of the Sailors' Home Society was held this morning nt the Chamber ot Commerce. W. W. Hall, B. F. Dillingham, J. F. Hackfeld, A. S. Cleghorn and T. May weie re elected trustees and V. M. GIfCnrd wus elected In plnce of W. G. Irwin. The subject of the management of the Home was the principal subject discussed. J. B. Atherton stated that the arrangement with the present and with past managers had been that they were to take the house, keep up cur rent repairs nnd furnishings, board sailors for $3 a week and olllcers of ves sels for $C: they were at liberty to hoard and lodge other than sailors ex empt that sailors were to have the pre ference and all others were to give wuy for them when the room wns re quired. The mannger also had the piiv elege of running n restaurant. Under this arrangement no manager had ever made much money, though some had done better than others, and all had made a li Ing. Many people had thought there was n fortune In It until they Investigated the limitations Im posed on the manager In order to make the place serve Its purpose as a sailors home The executive committee presented a report in which It was stated that manyof thecondltions at tho home were unsatisfactory. Some of these wore that current repairs were not kept up as they should be, and some parts of the house, particularly the dormito-les tor sailors were not In a clean or sat s- ftctory state. Some particulars wore given on this point that were a surprise to some ot the members of the society. Mnnagor Bluxome presented a report stating thm n'J. sailors and others had been provided with lodgings during the year, -me average monthly receipts were about $P0 and the expenses about $07. An application for the management vas received from the shipping mas ter's linn of Lewis and Turk. They offered' to take the building as it stood, make all necessary repairs, keep up furnishings nnd fittings, board uii ors at $3 a week and vessel officers at $i, reside at the place themselves with their respective wives, conduct It In ac cordance with any rules the trustees might provide, keep comnloto account" of all receipts and expenditures and all the work and doings of the home, open to tho Inspection at nnv time nf nnv committee appointed by the board. They also agreed that no part ot tho ounuing should he rented for the tiansactlon or any huslnessither than that of the home. They propn-s.'d to i no ii aior.g in" lines or Its original foundation as n Christian home for sailors. Some question was asked ns tr whether Lewis and Turk were tho men who were referred to In published communication from Captain Goodman. It was stated that they wore. ( ol. Allen said ho saw no objection to the manager or managers of tho Homo run ning a shipping business besides. There was need of a shlpptiig office and In tho old whaling days it was a largo and extensive, business here. Mr. Pchnefer said the two men had called on him and created a very favorable Impres sion. Their application too was in a c-ry buslness-IIue form. Tho whole question of management was referred to the executive commit tee with power to act. This enmmlttei consists of John Ena. C. L. Wight and Frank Damon. Tho question was nskod if Superin tendent Bluxome had sent In his resig nation. It was stated that ho had not. but the members of tho executive com mittee stated that they had given Mr. Iiluxomo to understand that in view of tho report they would make, his res ignation would probably be asked for nnd In this sentiment the members present seomod to concur. The financial report of the society showed that It was In debt to the treasurer several hundred dollars. A special mooting of tho trustees will bo calld within a week or two. T.ewis and Turk who hnvc made ap plication for the management of the iioiiie say tnoy will endeavor to keep In It all the sailors who aro in port and to bo ready to sunplv crews to contains upon demand. No financial assistance Is to be asked from the directors. Thoy expect to got their -oturns from the agents for vessels that are supplied with crews. Mnnncor Bluxome says that ho ha had enoimh of the attempt to run a sailors homo and ns a matter of fact ho has never succeed in doing it. for the name Is u complete misnomer There nre generally more Inndsmon in the homo thnn sailors. Ho says that It Is not possible under the Present cir cumstances. to mako tho institution a success. ITd to a Into ilnto Mv Blnv omo tried to do Milnnlntr husloess In connection with the Home hut the ex oxpnrlnvnt cost monov Mvera' him.' dre( dollars were lost bv him In tho effort to carry sailors till Mipv were ready to ship, the men leaving without paving hills or ndvance money. Captain Wllljom n, Goodman of the schooner Robert Lowers Is also said to be- a. candidate for the position of man ager of tho Ifomo anil as soon ns the news of niuxome's resignation becomes generally known there will he othor. DR. POSEY. Specialist for Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrh. Masonic Temple. FOR CAMARINOS REFRIGERATOR. Per S. S. Australia Peaches, Grapes, Oranges. Lemons, Limes, Celery, Cauli flower, Cabbage, Pears, Plums, Fresh Salmon, Flounders, Halibut, Crabs, Eastern and California Oysters (In Tin nnd Shell), all Game In Season, Tur keys, Chickens. New crop of Nuts and Dried Fruits, Onions, Burbank Pota toes. Swiss, Parmasan, Rockefort, New Zealand and California Cream Cheese, Olives. Ail kinds of Dried Fruits. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de pended upon and Is pleasant nnd safe to take. Sold by all dealers and drug gists. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian Islands. S 11 SUBMERGED PL fill IMPORTANT DISCOVERY MADE OFF MOLOKAI. Captain Sass Sounds and Charts Shoala Twelve by Thirty Miles Extending: Southwest From Molokal. The existence, character and extent of hitherto unknown shoals to the southwest of Molokal have Just been, made public by Captain John M. Sass. who, In the gasoline schooner Mnlolo spent several months this year In sounding them. The shoals extend from the west end of Molokai almost due southeast for a little over thirty miles, with a pretty uniform width of twelve miles. The general depth is from 22 to 38 fathoms, the depth being surprising ly uniform and the bottom a very film gray coral sand, affording secure an chorage. Captain Sass says that any where to the southwest of Lao o ka Laau, the southwest point of Molokal, for thirty miles nnd over an area twelve mllVs wide vessels, from any conditions needing It, can find a safe and secure anchorage. Until Captain Sass began making his soundings, the only soundings shown in this region on tho hydrographlc charts were a few Immediately to the west o'f Molokal showing SS and BO fathoms, ana a few about twenty miles to the south west of Molokal made by H. M. S. Pen guin In August. 1S9G, showing 2S, 30 and 33 fathoms. Captain Sass In his Inves tigations In regard to the fishing possi bilities of this region discovered the continuous shoal that exists In this lo cality and determined its boundaries and character. Immediately to the west of Molokal for three or four miles the depth Is from 80 to 90 fathoms and the. bottom Is a coarse sand mixed with shells and coral rock, the latter In places in large masses and of a char acter to interfere with good nnchorage. or fishing by means of lines. A little further to the southwest the soundings begin to show shallow water 38, 30 ana 31 fathoms till the soundings made by the Penguin are reached. Still further to the southwest soundings of 22, 25, 2ff and 27 fathoms are found and then the soundings adruptly drop down to 140, 262 and 207 fathoms. These shoals seem to be the- top of a submarine plateau, a continuation un der water of tho Island of Molokal. Captain Sass thinks they mayJiave been partly formed, or at least' the character of the top of the plateau de termined by the fact that the tides and currents through the channels on either side of Molokai form an eddy here which In the course of ages has deposit ed the fine gray coral sand. Along the southeasterly boundary ot these shoals the soundings drop down abruptly from 30 fathoms to over 200: along the southwesterly boundary from 23 and 2C to 110 and over: and along the northwesterly from 2G and 30 to 200 and over. The wateis covenntr these shoals swarm with fish. But they also swarm with sharks. Hooks and linos dropped anywhere bring up fish, but the second or third throws begin to bring up only fish heads, the shaiks snapping off the bodies of the fish as they are drawn up on the lines. AMORITA AT THE ORPHEUM. Czlbulka's sprightly little comedy op" era was sung Into favor last night. Music, In Amorlta, does not entirely us urp dialogue and the dramatic possi bilities were taken due advantage of by the Lyric's principals. Miss Stanton played with her usual vivacity and re ceived well deserved encores, notably In her solo In the last act and her duec with Mr. Rockwell. Mr. Rockwell gave a clever lenditlon of Bombasdo and Mr. Hallam of Angelo while Kunkel ' kept the house In a roar with the eccentrici ties of Castruccl. Van Dyne helped along the humor as Patricco and all' went "merry as a marriage bell." This afternoon and tonight Amorlta is re peated and with Its witty dialogue and dainty music should prove a good Sat urday night bill. Clearing sale of harness nnd vehicles thl3 week nt W. W. Wright's. HAS FEW EQUALS. For light running, easy adjustments, nnd good work the Singer Sewing ma chine has few equals and no superiors B. Bergersen, agent. Bethel street. Hanan creates the style and leave others to follow. M'INERNY SHOE STORE. Hight up to date is (lie "LANCER" A Kcntlcniim's superior shoo Tun, Itlitfk or Itcd. 3Iade by tho world-famous milkers .limit's A. Itaniilsli'i' Co. Enough Mild Sold Dealers SIGN OP TEE BIG. SHOE.