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Who Is Your Favorite School Teacher?
Evening " Buixetin
ONB V(TE FOIJ
TIIH MOKT l'OIULAIt
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
You. VIII. No. 16(11
HONOLULU. TKHMTOKV OK HAWAII, F1UDAY. ,IUXK !. WOO.
PitiOB 5 Obntb.
Free Trip to San Francisco
for Hawaii Teachers,
The school children who arc got-
ting votes for their favorite touch-
era should take note o( the op-
portunlty offered them to secure
one of the valuable prizes offered
to tho person who shall sci.ure the
most subscribers to tho Itullctln
by July 31. A good chance for
some bright young boy or girl to
send their favorite on a vacation
trip to ban Krancls:o mil at tho
samo time get a braui tew $70
Tho teacher who shall have secured
tho most votes at the end of this con
test will be given n frco trip to Sau
Francisco and return.
The old standby, the Australia, which
can always be depended on, plagua
or no plague, territorial law or no ter
ritorial law, Is the ship that will tarry
tho fortunate teacher who secures the
lirlio on her well deserved outing trip.
Kveryone knows tho Australia, and
though she does roll Just a little bit,
the food you get Is so good it simply
lias to stay down. The genial captain
and purser will undoubtedly do all In
their power to make the trip n delight
ful tlmo long to be remembered by the
teacher who is declared the most popu
lar of tho Islands. The return ticket
will bo good for four months nnd the
visit at tho Coast will be limited in
tlmo only by the desires of the teacher.
If yuu wnnt to give one of your
teacher friends one. of the most pleas
ant summers they have ever enjoyed
Just cut out tho votes which appear in
tho upper right hand corner of this
page In each Issue and deposit them In
the ballot box at tho Uulletln office.
If your are, not satlslled with this slow
way of bringing her to tho front why
tnen subscrlba for tho Itullctln and get
your friends to subscribe. You will
Bet all tho news and the most correct
news and get It all tho time, and In ad
dition you will be given votes to cast
for your favorite teacher as follows,
according to the term of your subscription-:
1 MONTH 40 votes
3 MONTHS 150 "
6 MONTHS 350 "
lYKAIt 750 "
Subscriptions aro 75 cents a month
or $8 a pear In advance.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send In the largest
number ot new subscribers, tne toi
lowing prizes :
Ut Prise Cleveland Bicycle, TO.
The winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00, gi and 04 of
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 21 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
fthe Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladies'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
Snd Prize. Singer Sewing Mil-
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet :
top, both five-drawer machines, or the '
"Automatic," with three dravve's. Tl.ls
machine will be furnished by B. Bcr '
gcrttcn, sole agent for the Hawaiian 1
Srd Prize. Prcmo Senior Camera. '
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back. Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be I
used with either Plates or Films. The I
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, j !
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonoplionc, the Lot- !
eat Improvement on the Griimo- !
phone, with 0 Recordtt, &UO.OO.
This Is the loudest and mint natural
talking machine yet invented. It Is to bt
!, d f mm th Crtrlnf til lti.Krfuti.iim i
MuhIc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
oust be observed :
t. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlons will be counted In this contest as
aew subscriptions, bach name must be a
bona tide addition to the subscription lists.
j. Subscriptions should be sent In a;
toon as secured, together with the name
tnd address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be .credited, as well as ol
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
ddress of each new subscriber.
4- Any person in the llu
vvullun IslundB Is elidible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates! 8.oo per year,
fn.00 lor three months; strictly In advance.
LANG I'ANG IIUADQUAUTBRH.
Tien Tsln, Wednesday. June 13. It
Is exported that Admiral Seymour hus
made Uiiik I'ung a secondary b.isu nnd
that ho will wlvnwe tho remaining
forty mile us rapidly us imhsIIiIc.
II Is report" d tl.nt I'lltue Tunn (the
iiiw hiiid (if tho C'lilneM) I'oulni
Olllti) wild (Itneiul TnilK Pu Hl.ing
'Iliri-n more Itnvslun wuishlps listvi
Defined Hti&nr Ailmiicc,
New York, Juno II. 'All grade i,f
nfimd miKurs have been d Mined Hn
mi. II 1
Dili 01' JUNK.
Iliiwslluii Hint Aweiliiiu flint can l
CoIUij u Jwnkwul's store, llolvl trirt,
OLYMPIC SAILOR DROWNED
Succumbs While Swimming la the
Mites Were Uoible to Reach Him
la Time to Sue Wis Not
1 Good Swimmer.
A sailor of the Olympic, n French
man by birth, was drowned In front of
the llenlnnl Yacht and Iloat club housn
lalo yesterday nfternoon In the pres
ence of the crew of the visstl and n
number of others. Captain Olbbs tells
tho following story of the tad occur
rence: "The Olympic was nt the quarantine
wharf getting fumigated, The men had
finished their day's work and were off
for n swim In front of the Henlnnl
"After quite n long time In the wa
ter the men swam to the thlp ftr din
ner. It was noticed that Jules dc
llarre was tho only one who remained
In the wnter. No one thought any
thing of this. Suddenly nnd without
tho least outcry, ho threw up hie hands
und went down.
"Tho men on the ship Jumped ovr
honrd'ngaln nnd were soon nt tht place.
Natives also Jumped Into the water
and dived down but nothing could be
seen ot do llurre. He went down anil
never cmnc to the surface again. We
dragged for thi' body both yo,u relay
nnd today. The poor fellow may have
been caught In something nt the bot
"There is n sudden Jumping off place
a short distance In front of the Healanl
house nnd It Is my oplnlun that, while
walking, along In the shallow plvre, he
vnme to this, went over his head und
rolled down. He was by no means an
"1 know nothing whatever as to the
man's history. Ho was about twenty-
five years ot ago and shipped aboard
the Olympic at San Francisco. He was
one of tho very best men I had."
Representatives Sent Up to In
terview Japanese Consul.
Tho Paauhua, Kukulhaele and llono
kaa Japanese refused to work for a
couple of days this week. They de
manded their contracts and askeJ for
more wages. The plantation manage
nient would not give In and the Japan
ese decided to return to work until
such time as they should hear from
Honolulu. For tho purpose of gaining
all the Information possible, each plan
tatlon sent up n man In the Iwalanl to
consult tho Japaneso representative.
Miss Evelyn Morris, trained nurse,
died nt tho Queen's Hospital yesterday.
Shu belonged to llrldgeport, Conn., and
only arrived nt Honolulu on May IT
Inst. Her intention was to bring out to
the Islands two nieces whom shn sup
ported, and she entertained high hopes
of n pleasant uud useful rimer In Ha
waii. Sho was struck down, however,
with typhoid fever and complications,
medical skill being powerless to save
her life. Miss Morris wus related f
the llaldwlns of this Territory, and n
cousin of Mrs. Murdock of Ewa. Hti
funernl took place this morning, Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh of St. Andrew's
cathedral conducting services at Nuu-
Genrge Uruntt Demi.
Georgo Ilruns, n well-known young
man bom and raised In Honolulu, died
yesterday nfternoon. He had been In
bad health for several yea is. Ilcforo
his breakdown ho wns nn efficient tele
phone lineman, having previously
bundled tho snfo buslncbs of the Into -'.
O. Merger. The dead limn was n son
of the lato J, II. Ilruns und 2j ye.11 1
old. He vrus a past chancellor of Mys
tic Lodge, K. of P.
Police Court Notex.
In tho Police Court this forenoon thu
following cases were disposed of: Kn
lna, Hailing with explosive, further con
tinued until Juno 29; J. A, Harvey, as
sault and battery, V nnd costs; S. P.
Hums, gross client, sentence suspended
for thirteen months. The case, of Au
tone do Mello nnd Mary Mitchell for
adultery has been set far June -j.
Pulillc WorkH Appointments!,
Superintendent .McCandlesa has made
the following appointments In thu ile
pai Uncut of public works;
James II, lloyil, chief clerk.
W. i:. Howell, usslstaut supcrlntcnd
en.t Andrew Iliown, superintendent nf
vvuler vvoiks mill cleik of market.
TIIK WATlfltMAN liTlJAI. FOL'N
TAIN PliN. All sizes, nil shape. II
HONOLULU 1 SCHOOL
on ui nil
DAY AND NinilT CLASSES
HUOKI ll-l, ft I lW f ,.- f. M
lloum-t i.io'y ri
Governor Dole Consults His Council and Hon.
W. O. SmithCommutation of Sentence
of Death Is ApprovedDay's Labor
for Making ReservoirsStarting
on Wharf Extension.
Governor Dole Informed his Counrll
this morning that he v.us disposed In
commute Hip death sentence; of Iharn
for murder to life Imprisonment. There
was no objection.
The Governor also mentioned tho ap
plication for p-irdnn of Vincent, in
Jail for receiving stolen goods from the
Capitol. Advice was favorable to
granting the petition, but the Gover
nor has not decided.
Secrctnry Cooper introduced the mat
ter of redemption of Hawaiian bonds
nnd of payments of Postal Saving
Hank deposits. Kxact Information on
these matters was given In yesterday's
Itullctln. The secietary was of opinion
that n large amount of the bonds not
due would be presented for redemptloli
If tht; opportunity were given.
It li understood that the I'nited
States Government pays Interest on thu
Savings Hank deposits from June 14 to
July 1. when Interest ceases. The Sec
retary of the Treasury, on whom the
Secretary of the Interior draws war
runts for the payment of depositors,
was to have made regulations for the j slide date. The government Is publish
process of paying. These regulations Ing thA rules and regulations for regis
are expected to arrive from Washing- trntlon ns amended by Congress.
Government Take Up
the Hawaiian Plan
New York, June 4. A special to tho
Herald from Washington says:
Brigadier General Grecly, chief sig
nal officer, said last night that be has
directed the establishment of wireless
telegraphy stations in the harbor of
Sau Francisco anil In Porto Hlco und
In New York harbor It Is possible
that the wireless telegraphy xystcm
may take tho place of the cable con
necting Tort Hamilton nnd Fort Han
cock. This cable woe recently found
to be cut In eleven places. It is desired
to connect the various points In Sun
Francisco harbor at which guns aro
1 Wireless tolpgruphy. it Is bellevH,
will glvo better results than u cable.
In Porto Rlio, Cruh Island will be con
, nccli-d with sonic pott on the coast of
. tho larger Island, bnt the establish
ment of the stiitlons there Is merely In
j order to glvo the oQlcers of thu army
I nn opportunity to learn how to opr
1 ntc tho system. In tho Philippines H19
sjstem will take the place of the helio
graph which now Hashes messages be
tween Corregldor Island and Manila,
Iloliol and Cebu and other points.
TREASURER JiOT APPOINTED
Governor Dole has not yet made a
permanent appointment of Treasurer of
the Teilrtnry. In the meantime Secie
tnry Cooper Is actually the Tteasuiei-.
Tho Governor said that whllo tl.o
Tie.iHiirer might not linvo so much re
spusllilllty us the eoricspoudlng Min
ister of Finance under the Itepulilh li
j would have more work through being that thocaieful stock ULtor, In playing ' """, '" "' " '"" 'J
1 given charge of the license and other, n part created bv Mr. Goodwin, will
business fiom the fuimcr Interior de
Ip.irtnunl A portion of the Inteiloi
1 staff Is shifted to the Treusur) uepuit-
nn nt for handling the tranbfcircd busi
Governor Dolo has not yet appointed
u Commissioner of Agriculture. He
said to n lliillctln leporter today chat
ho dcslicd to make 11 strong Depart
ment of Agrlciiltun). To this end he
dcslicd to seciiiu 11 thoroughly scien
tific man ns Its head. Them wns a
niuti coming hero from tho State)
shortly who would eminently fill the
bill, hut whosti appointment was bur
ied by tho nqulrciitcnt of residence for
Am. bkt. Omegi, Harrington, for Toco
pilln, Chile, April 2H.
The Cus'om House olllcers have come
Into contact with Influeu.i now lUitlng
luut vi freely. ,Mesrs. Strjltmeyer .uij
Kleter are Ihe atct jJJitluns
The barkentlne Omegi fruin Tocop Hi,
Chile, arrived In pott this altcniO'Ui with
toiKtnui of nltiatr for II. Ihikftld
Oi, Sli was 5 1 d tys nuking the trip.
Tin' native speakers ale still niaMng
spin lies down ih road. Tin will go
on to Wiilamuiuiln tomorrow mniiilug
uud will he buik In town tomorrow af
t, 1 noun
David SliKuicue, who wus chief 1.11
Hlncci of tin- Mouitwui uud tool, tlm
New Zouluild cnilllugi lit to Hotlth Af
inn, U on IiihiiiI tho Jloona now us
chief ingliieir. Ho i"ilveil Die lad
I. ami from Andiew llinwn and ollnr
I Highly llioiiMJiul eliphtiiiw me If
quired Ullhiuillv lo Hppl)' II. e wdlld
with Ivory, und hum of litem mine,
fiom Houlh Afiliu.
ton In n few ilas, nnd anticipating
them the Secretary of the Territory Is
preparing the certificates, ns stated
yesterday, which nre to be Issued by
Superintendent McCnndless reported
one hid for constructing tho Knllhl
reservoir, which wns beyond the ap
propriation. He wns authorized to do
the work by day's labor, nnd the same
regarding the completion of the Dia
mond Head reservoir.
The ordering of tho material for tho ,
extension of wharves wns nnother pub- J
He works matter. !
Governor Dole Introduced the ques- j
Hon of his ordering n special election
for tho Leglslatuic. W. O, Smith, for- 1
mer Attorney General, vwib taken Into 1
consultntlori on this matter. The gen
eral sense of the meeting was opopscd
to the proposition. '
After the meeting tho Governor snld .
Hull ,l,n rnrUt.nlln In S.nl.mU, ...
.,.,,., .in.. .
the tegular election on the Tuesday nf-,
ter the first Monday of November
would come very close on the head of
a special election nt the earliest to-
James Neili Talks
Of What He Has Done
James Nelll, who Is to play nrf en
gagement In this city, beginning Satur
day evening nt tho Hawaiian Opern
House, arrived here Wednesday with
all the other members ot the fine Nelll
company that has made such an envi
able reputation for Itself throughout
this section of the country. Mr. Nelll
Is quite tin interesting nnd rather
unique character upon the American
stage and the success of himself und
his organization has been exception
ally brilliant. Mr. Nelll holds some
ratner strange opinions regarding nc-
tors and actresses. If ho had lived nt
an earlier day und hail not to some
extent proved his opinions In 11 prac
tical manner, ho would have been
looked upon as a heretic, perhaps.
In speaking today of what ho con
siders n good uctor he snld:
"After 17 years of hard work upon
the stngo It Is my Impression that tho
good uttor Is tho mlmle nctor. lly
good actor I mean the versatile actor, '
mid It Is the versntlla uctor who in
Huropo In all of the liner Continental '
theaters is considered the capable uc-l
tor. The ueUir who mimics success-1
fully must of course huve an agree. I
ahlo personality ,for without that quali
ty, no matter how closely ho may copy 1
some Illustrious predecessor in a part,;
Ills own performance will full to please.
"While thero Is 11 cry for originality.
It Is not possible for any nctor who 1
plays ul) dirfeient pnrts In one year to I
present his own personality In so
man) parts In one j ear without weary
ing an audience, it Is for this reason
, give nt least a colored Imitation of that
in lor, us lie will vvfth all parts that
have been typllled liy nble actors
around whom parts have been Httcd.
Thiib the stock actor Is able to I m pi ess
With double cleverness not only of
personal magnetism, but of caieful
mimicry that his work In each
should bo dllfcreiit from Ills work In
all other parts-Ill his repertoire. When
n stock nctor is called upon to do
velop 11 character now to tho stage, lie
must then create 1111 Ideal in Ills own
mind nnd persistently Imltato that. In
every caso It Is mimicry, either of an
established model or tin Ideal.
In support of thls'Vlew that the ver
satile actor Is tho real nctor wo have
only to remember that when wo havo
seen Nut Goodwin. Sol Smith llussell,
K. II. Sothcrn, Henry Miller, Herbert
Kelscy und other stars once, wo have
seen them always, for they uro ulways
Ihe mime. And whllo n good stock ac
tor may play In one week ueceptnhly
a part drawn fiom tint rcpertolie W
each of these actiiiH, we cannot think
of any one of tlicso stara playing pails I
written for tho othrrs. W11 ninnnt ;
fiiiifflvo of Sol Smith ilushvll playing j
"An 'American Citizen." Nut Goodwin 1
"A llaclndor's Koin.inio," or Ciiiuo
"Tlm Senator." It Is 11 curious fiat '
Hint should 0110 of tliofto prominent
sin re wish In return to the stock milks.
lie could not hefitiiko of his luck of 1
wrwitlllty sm ui e a position.
GlrU ntu wanted In wink on tho m w
li'leplionn switchboard, Hen Want cut.
SPIRIT OF NEW YORK STAGE
Pervaded the Opera Given by
Southwells Last Night.
Orpbeum Patrons Out la Good Force tod
Immensely Pleased "Girl From Paris"
t Big hit.
The Southwell Opera Co. gave the
patrons of tho Orphettm a real live New
York performance last night, such ns
you would sec nt the Casino and the
lleiald Squnro theater during the regit-
1 lar season. The performance last
1 night of "The Girl from Paris" was alt
night of "The Girl from Paris" was all
was nil that could lie desired.
Miss Snlllnger gnvo nn excellent per
formance of the chic nnd spicy Pnrlb
slennc and Miss Kalrhurn wus nn Ideal
Mrs. Honeycomb. Any character role
In the hands of this exceptionally
clever artist Is sure to bo handled with
delicacy nnd tact. Miss Knl-burn Is
enjoynbly consistent nt all times and
especially so ns Mrs, Honeycomb.
M'8" Adilln Arnold made her llrst
? "'"? ,X," '!"n"!"J". ""II,
Herself n valuable member nf
ganlntlnn. As Ituth. it foolish servant,
she ndded not n little to the enjoyment
of the evening.
Miss l-ndd's opportunities were some
what limited but this clever little lady
made the best of what was given her In
do. She wns very sweet in the ilnlnty
NlllCt Willi Mr. IlllkPr.
The hulk of the humor fell to the ' '
... ... i,-.,...... A. Mr. Honeveoml..
n shining light, whose light Is almost
out. Mr, llrnnson kept the audience In n
hnppy frame of mind nil evening. Tho
part could not have been In better
Wlnfred Goff was again seen to ad
vantage In n comedy role, ills bluster.
Ing Major Fosdykc was one of the most
enjoyable lilts of the evening,
Mr. llonvlllo surpassed himself an
the French spy, playing the natty little
Frenchman with a brightness far be
yond anticipation. Mr. Wolff wns
very clever ns Hans and explained to
those "who were that he Is, ain't It" in
t most ludlcrunus manner.
Mr. nakcr sang well the little was
alottcd to him nnd Mr. Rogers received
n very cordial wclcomo on his appear
anro ns Dingle.
Ilaby Kuth, whose ability is well
known, and comments unnecessary,
had a place among the specialties and
won her accustomed amount of ap
plause. Tho Spanish Fandango by the
IMsses Stell and Gladson was splendid
done. The music Is very bright nnd catchy,
some of the numbers would do credit to
a more serious setting, The duct.
"Somebody by Miss I.add nnd Mr.
llaker is very pretty nnd received a
merited encore. Another'duo by Miss
1 Salllnger and Mr. llrnnson has a very
characteristic stylo und wns cleverly
done. Tho quartet, "Lock-n-Doodlo
vns one of the hits.
If It Is possible for the Southwells
to glvo ns more nieces of this class
their success for tho remainder ot
their engagement. Is nssurcd. The
house Kliiinlit tin tiiirLf,l (hiilni? tlm rn.
Mnnlnder nf the week,
. A NATIVIi IIUUT.
Caught In Pall Rope nnd llolsited
Charlie Mahoc, one of tho wharf
hands employed in tho work of dis
charging coal from tho ship I tea per
nt the railroad wharf, wns badly
bruised In tin nccldent this morning.
While attempting to go from one point
tn another on deck the fall rope of tho
innl tub caught him around the leg.
Ho wns suddenly elevated about
tvvelvo feijt In tho nlr and then dropped
on the deck. Muhoc was Immediately
lowed to tho boat landing and then
taken to the hospital in the pitiol vwi
gou. Tho man Is badly bruised hut for
Oflicliil CliiinCc.s nt Aptti.
Owing to the occupation of thesti
Islands by Germany Mivernl changes
are contemplated amongst tho olllela'u,
and within 11 few months, few, If n.i
of the old ollk'hils will hold office In the
new gov eminent. These changes will
1 no doulit affect tho Hugllnh residents,
us In the majority of cases they hold
their positions hut we trust to hear of
them receiving other appointments
under tho lliitlsh Hag. Mr. W. I). Hun
who lias been In the Customs for tho
last seven jears, nnd who has proved
himself to ho n most efficient officer,
has to retire at tho end nf tlm priwiit
month, when Mr. C. Piilluck will take
his place. Other changes may ho ex
pected on arrival nf officials from Ger
many. Samoa Herald,
Ancient Order PorchterH.
At a meeting of the A. O. 1'. last
night tho following officers vveru elected
lo serve until June 21, 1901.
.1. W. Short. ('. it
A. L. Perry. S. ('. It.
J. M. Kim. I". S.
'J. Illc hiirds. It. S
. N. Sinclair Treanuiei.
Geo. Sea, Sr. Woodwind
A K. Lewis, Jr Woodwjnl.
L. Morris, Sr. Ili-mlle
'A. P. F. Stlft. Jr. Ileadle.
Dr. I,. I Alvnrir. T II
Joseph Itif hards, misters.
Gent's Heinisdorf dyo hhick sox mi
perlor quality, two putrs for 25 cents,
(it I., llll Kcir k Cii.'s, Quonn stieet fur
oim wick only; don't full to see them.'
Tbi Hvcuiuk llulUllu. li ccutt per
More Oil Trust Ships
For the Pacific Trade
New York, June 8. -The frlenJs of the
silling ship have found encouragement for
the future of sailing vessels In the ocean
carrying traJe In the announcement that
Ihe S'andird Oil Company Is building
ships with sails Insttad of stramshlps for
part of Its freight business. The company
is building two shirs here and the Euro
ptan branch Is building two hlps In Eu
rope. At times the company buys ships,
but It Is not In the market tuaciiulrea tleet,
as has bten erroneously reported. It ovv n
about a dorcn sailing vessels now and Is
bid I j Ing these four others.
The two vessels bullJIng In this coun
try ate being built In .vulne by Arthur
Sewall. They are to be full-rigged ships
Ijo feet long and 45 feet beam, and will
luve a measurement of about 3jcotons
gro-s. They are b;lng built becjuse the
iiimpany finds that fur .1 cettaln part of Its
carrying traJe sailing vessels can be ntc
llred to better advantage than steamships.
The price of coal and engineers' wages
have aJvanced In recent years, raising the
st of ttansportatlon either in tramp
steamers or stcamrrs owned and oce'ated
bv shippers. Tor the Ashtlc tniJe nf the
Standard Oil Company in case oil, It has
twen founJ that sailing ships can be oper
ated more econom cally. The company
always has freight outgoing tor them and
the time of passage Is not of material mo
ment. As It always has outgoing Irelght snJ
frequently can get return cargoes, it sees In
the ow nershlp of Its own wiling ships a
good buslntss proposition. I he snips
bring talk from Culcutta lute, trom .Ma
nila hemp and sugar and Irom other ports
sugar, tea and matting Certain gooJs
that must be here for cert In seasuis have
to be shipped by steam vessels, but many
si.ipes can as neit re snipped py sin and
have the advantage ot lesser c St of trans
rortatlon. Silling ships can carry freight
to.ooo miles for Si a ton. cube measure-
meat, and make money, n price at which
steamships could not operate.
FRANK MILLIIR'8 CASE.
Charged With AhhuuU nnd Mat
tery on One Rooney.
Frank Miller, formerly In the em
ploy of the Hoard of Health, appeared
In the Police Court this forenoon on
the chnrge of assault and battery ol
Ilooney, n former ftro laddie. That
Rooney had been assaulted could
bo seen by the condition of his face
this morning, although the trouble
happened Wednesday night. The scene
was Miller's place in Knkanko. Ilooney
sworo that Miller got htm down and
kicked him in the face. Miller and his
wife dented this In toto. Judge Wilcox
took the case undcradvlscment until
Monday because one the most im
portant witnesses was absent. Police
ofllccra had been sent out after him but
they could not locate him.
The Younii ttlocfcx
Wm. Mutch, who has charg of Alex,
young's projected business block, will
accompany Mr. Young to tho Coast In
tho Australia on July 10, so that they
may dlstuss any ihnugcs In prelimi
nary plans When Mr. Mutch returns
he will begin excavations for tiie build
ing. Alriad), Mr. Young rajs, appli
cations for stores In tho block are live
ly. Two AppenlH.
Amoy M .Anln has appealed against
cacli of two unlets made by Judge
Stnnley in the matter of the estate of
the lato D. II. Smith to n Jury or the
Circuit Com t. One order dismissed her
petition for ptobato of 11 lost wilt, the
other appointed Cecil Iirovvn ns admin
istrator of the estate. Attorneys for
the appellant aro Kinney, H.1II011 & Mc
Clunul.nu and W. A. Henshnll.
What It costs to go to Yule has been
determined by statistics collected dur
ing the last ten years. The llgures are
as follows: Tuition, $15.1 per year;
room rent, $2110; board. 200 (hoard at
the university dining hall Is u little
over Jt per week,) books. $35 to J43;
subscriptions oclety dues, etc., f 100;
clothing and Incidentals. $150. This
makes nn iiv-iagc totul of JS.'.O, which
Is howevei. inon ofti li i'clcdiil than
I'd rfln full drtsa shirts nt $1.0') ouch
L. 11. Kerr & Co., 'Queen street. These
shirts nre strictly high emtio ns to lit
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock U now replete with good fitt,
good style and good wear.
ssr JTI51 mi1: vmitfttu ' t
fyu am)(lt . ,
chlMten, wtl them In and they will re
celve Just the same care and attention
and their ret will tie Juvt a carclully
fitted, a l( you were with tlietn.
We'll lit the foot If yuti'll nt th
tl"' HllJ Pr""lK yuu that both will tx
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