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Vol.. IX. No. UlOli
HUXOIiUJjU, TKKU1TOUV OK 1LWVAII, MONDAY, AHM'ST H. 11100.
Pun i. " Ci.mm,
I BISli ESTATE lAiINd FOR TIIECABLE REPUBLICAN HOSTS CHEER
LEADERS AND PRINCIPLES ' .
UNDER ONE MANAIiE.MENT
LAST YEAR'S REVENUE CAPT. POND'S SL'CCESSri'L I
EXCEEDS ALL OTHERS TRIP TO MIDWAY ISLAND
I J 1
Gratifying Account of New Educa
tional Enterprises at Kameha
meha Schools-Other Mat
The nnnital report of the Tiustces of
the Hstnte of the Into Mr. I). I. ItUliop
hill been made to tho Jmllclnry de
partment. I'or the year ending June 3, 1900, tho
receipts from all sources, Including
cmli on hand the first of the jenr, wero
$191,801.11, and the total expenditure
I87,750.1G, leaving n balance on hand
A tribute Is paid to the m-mory of
llcv. Charles M. Hyde. I). I)., a trust"?
who died on October 13, ISO!), an I lias
liccn succeeded by Alfred W. Carter.
Hcfcrence Is made to the decision of
tie Supreme Court In fnvor of C. K C.
Itookc against these Trustees nn 1
those of the Queen's Hospital, for cer
tain valuable real estate In these Isl
ands devised by T. C. II. Rookc to his
adopted daughter, tho late Queen En
ma. During tho past year the Trustcees
wave continued the work of Milne in
nnd Improving low lying mil swamp
lands under their control In various
districts of Honolulu. In this tonnec
tlon they nro now having compile 1,
by n competent engineer, n complete
and exhaustive report nnd estimate in
to methods for tho reclamation of the
large areas of marsh lands under their
control, llng nlong Ala Monui In Ki
lls nnd Wnlklkl.
The work Inaugurated some years
ego In the fencing off of forest lands to
prescrvo them nnd encourage tho
growth of new forest on lands owned
by tho Estate, has been continued dur
ing the past year, nnd plnns nre con
tinually being perfected for further
work nlong such lines.
Thero has been nn Increase of reve
nue over nil other years since the
Kstnte camo under the control of the
Speaking of Knmehnmehn Schools
tho report says: "Another year of
successful work In the Agrluiltur.il
department of tho Hoy's school has
shown the utility nnd value of this
course of Instruction, and the Trustees
believe that knowledge Imparted In
this department will be of the rcntei
benefit to the students of the school."
Sixty-five woik-scholaishlps were
grunted last ear In the Manual school,
whereby students found an honorable
nnd prolltnblo way to pay for their In
struction, In tho Cilrls' bcIioo! Institution "n
practical nursing and the tare of the
sick was given by n trained muse. A
new department was opened In the
sarno school for practical Instruction
In lace work, etc., under the super
vision of Miss Lucy Adams.
Miss Ida M. Tope, prlnltpal at the
Girls' school, was granted nn extended
leave of absence to v Islt the Mainland
nnd study methods of Instruction In
such inanuai training Institutions as
Hampton, Tuskegee nnd Hull House.
An addition giving Increased bathing
nnd dormltoiy facilities at the till Is'
school was completed nt a cost of
Increased attendance at tho Hoy's
Manual necessitated the bulldlps of an
additional dormltoiy at a cost of $10,
419.r.(i, nnd n new bath house costlnr
Intensive Improvements to t.ic
grounds have been continued nt con
All of the schools hac been tilled to
their utmost capacity with students.
NEW WAIAL.UA IIOTHL.
Everything In connection with .In
arrangements for the new Walnlun
hotel, at Paala, lias been completed.
fifteen ear leaso of tho property, dat
ing from Juno 23, has been obtained
nnd building operations will won be
gin. Thero will bo n frontage of 135
feet along tho beach and n unlfo'iu
depth of 1C0 feet,
Tho new hotel business will have a
cnpltul stock of $12,000 to bo dlvHd
into 1200 shares nt $10. Of this, J00
will bo paid up nnd 900 assessable.
Tho buildings of tho hotel will be as
follows: Two story bench hotel with
twelve rooms, dining room, Btore
room, etc.; saloon building; bta'ilo
with accommodations for vervain.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Cusses
ROOM! 11-11 Jld Floor f 9 A.H 4 P.
HOUM I 7.JO-4 t, M
Returns With Work' Complete ia All
Details - Plenty of Rain
and Pleasant Sur
The l S. 8. Iroquois, Pond com
mander, arrived back In port lato vet
terday afternoon, having tall, d friin
.Midway Island July 2S. It will bo re
membered t tin t she sailed from this
port on May 19 to make totindlngt, J I
Midway for the cable landing. To n
bulletin reporter this morning Captain
l'ond gave the following story cf the
trip of the Iroquois-
"We have completed n thorough si,i
ey of Midway Island, the harcr ef
nnd surrounding wnters. We raa.lo
10.102 soundings In all. Of thee 3,
2S wero made from the Irooncl nil
12,904 from her dingles. These wero
made nut to where the depth of vatcr
was n hundred fathoms. In some
cases, soundings extended out 9
"We found n practical lntallng fcr
tho cable. This will have to be
brought In through Mills Hai'jor cvtr
tho bar. There arc two bars nt tr.o
entrance to this harbor and the sin
breaks over them In south mte.-ly
wenther. We mnde the observation
that tho sen broke there time tlmis
during our stny and each time, ih"
duration was about three dn. Th.it
was really the only place whie we
could flnd n landing.
"There Is plenty of good Aater em
tho Island. This can be obtained by
sinking wells In tho sand or by tho
roofs of houses. Tho rains ire bo-b
fienuent nnd copious. We hnd a lot of
rnln every week of our stay at MlJ
"Wo brought with us an anchcr be
longing to the Wandering Mini ti el
wrecked at the place several ytntt ago.
We saw tho pump nnd several taiiMj
of Captain Wnlker's Ill-fated V'Ftel.
"On the eastern Island -.' found
wero six Japanese who nre ratheilii'S
bluls' feathers for n big company m
Japan. These people expect to reuniii
until next spring.
"Although we were most busily oc
cupied during our stay nt MIdvfl), vo
did llnd it little time for it i itioii
i On Sundays and un the Kcm'.i of
July, we went ashore nnd bath d at
i place which, If transferred to Waiklki,
would make a mint of money 'oi soniu
body. It Is simply perfect at a bath-
I lug pluic and sin passes anything I
hao eer seen. Then, too, we- dlj a
I little Bhoutlug, bringing down ouilew,
plover, snipe nnd birds on the Maud
and turtles and big Hsli out in tilt wn
1 ter. Wo also did n little tingling land
ing largo fish without much trouble..
Albncroe from CO to 100 poundi w--io
inught. While at work, we saw t.vo
bilge seu lions on n sand spit. These
we did not molest.
"The wenther was most pituvnnt
during our whole stay. I think I l.iu
safely say from the observation niad,
tint Midway Is on an outage- j'jout 10
degiees cooler than Honolulu.
"Wo observed the tides dining tb
day and night and found the i tinge
to be about 2 feet. They lire A-iy li
ngular uud depend hugely on 4he
w I nils.
"Ituuiiiliig now to tho work ot l,o
lioqtiols, I may say that, at blgi lulu,
n vessel drawing eighteen fe-v; .f nn
ler can pass over the leef at certain
places, while n vessel dinwlng sUiien
feet or less can go over nt nil) -tut of
tho tide. 'However, it is an e.xtj-1-Inglv
dangerous reef and great cam
must bo exetclsed. We j'ound a iojIc
Just In tho middle of the chimin.) which
wo pabscd n dozen or more tltiiec. Hud
wo nil nek It, I fear we would liuvo
come to grief. It Is only tlftetn foot
below tho surface.
"We mo moat glnd to get back in
port again, although wo did havo a
pleasant time nnd stnrte-d away uboit
live minutes nfter taking our hut
sounding. Our patty consisted of my
self and tho following: I. lent. C. H.
Williams, FJnsIgn (5eo, C. Sweet titl'l
Draughtsmen Krcd. U. Harvey md
Chris J. Willis."
Iwnknml, Hotel sttcet, Is offering a
now lino of linen centerpieces for ta
bles, embroidered In fancy colors.
Croat salo of boots and shoes nt 5
cents on tho dollar at U 1). Kerr li
Co.'s shoo house, corner of Fort tun'
Till: WATHIUIAN IDKAI. FOUN
TAIN Pi:N. All sizes, nil shapes. II
A complotn nsvr stock ot gents
shirts, collars and ouffs at L. D. Kerr's,
Opening Parade and
r ,i liii..
vaaaaiaBh. ' Bar
Thero were no doubts nt nil that the
Hepubllcnn rntltlcatlon meeting would
tax tho full capacity of the Drill Shed.
Since local leaders of the party took
time by tli eforelock nnd, eschewli.g
the advice of some to procrastinate
went to work nt organization as soon
as possible nfter hearing of the pass
age of the Act of Congress creating tho
Territory of Hawaii, thorn has b"cn
no trouble about getting either quot
ums when nn thing was to be done or
Yet tli cvast concourse of people that
assembled on Saturday evening ex
ceeded the most sanguine expectations.
As to tho torchlight parade, it hnvlng
been u Ion gtlme sine cthtit form of
demonstration had been used bete,
there was more room for misgivings In
advance. Very rarely the volunteer
the department, disbanded In 1S93, had
celebrated Its niinlversay with u fiery
I roresslon, nnd In 1SSI n column of
citizens headed by Sanford II. Dole,
legislative leader of the Opposition,
matched with torches to loluil palico
to present congratulations to King Kn
Intikntiu for n message he had sent to
the Legislature iccotunicudlug econ
omy mid retrenchment.
Still, In spite of being out of prac
tice In torchlight procession business,
the Republicans made u turnout on
Saturday night which really surpilsrd
llinlkliff.1l J lta liu Dln rl 1 fl fll'l 1 tf t( I Ifft
iiiriiinunin iij no dicu unit uiiwiuiiv.iii ,
while nlToriling llio community n
largo n spcctncubir display In magnlll
eeiico never formerly approached by
any similar parade In Honolulu.
Plrst came n lire wngem lighting the
way with led glare. Then ti blcjile
corps, Its wheels gorgeously Illumin
ated. A squad of police led til"
mnrehers. The Hawaiian baud led by
Captain Ilcrger gnvei time to tho
tiaiuplng feet. The Republican drl'l
corps of Co. I', X. ti. II., In command
oi Captain Sam Johnson, looked gay
with !I no sashes ami led uccUks.
WIUHU3-"! Ul lj VI LilJUUl lllgllia tJIIUHO Uljj IUI"
- lowingsDelegates and National Leaders
Cheered to the Echo.
Captain T .11. Miin.iy lid another well oilh of pol ami fish foi one dollu
chilled body In uniform of led IiIiiuhi ll(' "H ' f'11;,1 "f Cleveland when he
and white ttouseis. A tlilid was cnti- Hl'd to restore the inoniiuhy. but
ducted by Captain Charles Wilcox, Its en Hint puriose failed he was ono
uniform being blue shltts mil whllo of the first to Join the Itepuhlhan imi
tiousers and sashes. These trained. '' What was the us cof banning on to
man hers performed evolutions nloii;
(leo. W. Smith, chairman of the Rc
lubllcnn Territorial Comlmttee; Har
old M. Sewull, Hawaiian member of
tho Republican National Committee;
Samuel Parker, A. N. Kepolknl, dele
gates, ami C. II. Wilson, nlternate, to
the Republican National Convention
occupied n state cnrrlage.
Col, J. 11. Iloyd followed with a
largo muster of young llawallans from
.Manna, The Young Men's Republican
Club, headed by Its president, l.onlu
Audtcws, made u numerous eoutlll-
'gent. lion. J. I.. Knulukoa, W. C.
I Ai'Iil. Judge llook.mii. Cols. J. II.
Plsher .mil Will i: I'lsher. Ceo I loin,
the Wailuku lawyer. J. A. Hughes mid
many other prominent Republican
euriled tiiiehos and walUed llko goud
lellnws. A largo lloat from the nlu'li
I rirlnrt of the fifth dlstrlit born Re
publican mottoes In HngllHli, Portu
cuese and Hawaiian, and was diawn
by four black hoises, Kalllil's Re
publicans lode lu six big wagons finely
decoiated and lighted and beiiiiug such
mottoes as these: "S M. Damon for
Next Cioveinoi," "Samuel Pirker for
Tlist Senutoi of Hiiuall," and "Shall
Knllhl He Neglected us of Yon?' Never
more." The Knllhl stulwutts were
equipped with hums and blew them
At freiptetit Intervals tilling the line
transparencies: were borne, with the
names and pictures of Mi Klnley in I
HooMivclt, Republican part) inlxlms
and local allusions. Tho ninth pre
cinct of the fifth district furnished "J.
A. Hughes for Delegate."
Tho routo was by way of Heretnnla.
Hmin.i, Vlno.ird, Kurt and Hotel
streetH Into Chinatown burnt dlstilct,
where the flaming Hue wns set'ti to
hrcut iidvantni,!' lu iiuohsttuittd viiw
upon live stieets at nuee. It wound
out bv wav of King. Niiiinnii and Mei
(hunt streets to Knit and Hit nee by
Hotel stint to the Drill Shi d A
tonlflc fusllade of flieorackers, puiic
tunted with oiciisliinal bombs was
maintained all along the route. The
Mucin weie lined throughout with
dense masses of Honolulu's lostuopoll
tnn population. At many points men
c-heflied nnd ladles waved liandki'i
clilefs among tli spectators. If there
worn any Democrats In thu crowds
tlujy neither Joorcd nor showed nny
Rally of Campaign Greeted by Enthusiastic
c n...i n:fw Cl..., : nl i
r mm . villi til k a -
other Impoliteness townrd opponeiiti
Not nn unpleasant note fnny kind
marred the harmony of llcpuhllc.iii
Ilefoio tho procession had half ills-
banded tho Drill Shed was crowded to
the doors, while n multitude outside
was pressing for admittance. Chair-
man Smith nnd the party of honor
wero loudly cheered as they cntcicd
nnd nsceiided the platform,
fleo. W. Smith, chalrmnn of the Ho-
puhllcnu Territorial Committee, eallel
the meeting to order at 8:20,
the first ratification meeetlng In the
Hawaiian Islands, nnd the would
bear nbout the National Hepubllcnn
Convention trnm tup mouths or me states ny me uopuuiienii uiiiiiiiiisirn
Hawaiian delegates themselves, llrj tlon. It behooved every Hawaiian to
first be would call upon was Hon.
ChecpH tor Pnrkcr.
Mr. Parker was lecelved with rous
ing cheers, which lasted several min
utes. He would not say that McKln
ley would have n walkover, but he did
say that, as sure as the sun rises In
the east and sets lu the west. McKln
ley would be our next Preslib nt.
Again the nudlcme bust Into loud ap
plause. He would not try to ray much,
leaving tho speaking chlclly to Messrs.
Sewnll, Kepolkai and Wilson. He
made a pleasant allusion to the pres
ence on n front sent of Col. W. II.
Coruwell, Democratic National Committee-man
for Huvviill, Prince David
Knnnnunakoa and 11. II. McClnnahmi,
delegates to the Democratic National
Convention. With ntnno of triumph
he said, however, that they hnd not
even seen llr.Min. while the Republi
can delegates hail not only made the
nomination of McKlnley unanimous
but had met the ptesent nnd futiiic
l'tesident and Joined in noticing It! m
ot Ills nomination. Slxtee n to oi.e
meant Hint if llr.van were elected 'lie
llawallans would get sixteen ipii.'
the sinking ship? Let Hawullaus forn
an Independent party If tlio were mi
determined, but don't Join the Demo
Kepolknl'H SpenkH l:opccfully.
A. N .Kepolknl said In part: I hnvc
to thank the Republicans for this my
first trip to the Mainland. I romlsi'd
In convention here to be one of the
first to nominate McKlnlc). I was re
ceived kindly by tho people of that
great eoiiutiy, who took me b) tho
l.iind and treated mo as their equal. It
Is approaching the time when wo have
to go to the ballot boxes, and 1 ask the
Independent patty of Hawaii to Join
the Hcptihlliau part). I must say tl m
the Republican party Is the progiesslvi
patty of the I'nlted States,
It Is the,
part) that gave ou that liberal fran
chise whli h on never injojid under
tho mouaiihy. putting eveijoiie of )ou
on mi iqusl footing with the rlilic; ,m' ""'" "" " ""'' """ '"
man lu the cinmti) What are Hu,1111' Hawallau Islands ovet sinco they
Deinociats olTerlng )ou? Only ti,c '.hud u Judklnry.
plea lh.it be.iiuse Cleveland tried to! The Clrni.il Ju.y as sworn In nro ns
icstoie the monarch) )ou idiould liO "1,WH-
DemoLiats. You nil know that Mr.
Parkei as a Minister and I as a Judge
of Maul went down with the monarch).
I l-l l 11" vwui ciiu ivrjiillilli-illl jiti! i. I
see by the imperii that approaches
I. .. ,. I.r.r... . ti. In . .... ... Inln ll...
II. 111. tll'l'll III.1IIU 111 llll 111 Jlllll HIV
Deinoc.atle party. Wo Invite )ou on
the broad arena of the Republic to loin
tho Hi publican part). You have, tho
wotd of Llliuo Kill. ml that the I'nl'cd
StatcH Is hero to stny. You have all to
lose with tho DemiM rutlc part) nnd all
to gain with the Republican partv
Your voice shall be heard. It must be
hca id. in matters of Hawaiian wil
ful e. Mr. Kepolknl then spoke in Ha
wallau. Itepiihliciin I'niHpcrlty.
Cluis II. Wilson said they were le
celved in I'lilladephl.c with the hand of
fillowshlp, and could not have been
ttcated bettet If they belonged to tho
favoied line I'hii delegates from the
midst of the PiHltle ocean received the
gieates tciTiitlon of all Talk about tho
brown people holnx blighted- they had
tomtit It the other w.i) It wns not
because they weie Hepubllcatis, fill 11 e
Democratic delegate's weie Just us well
lecelved nt Kansas City. After tiarcl
Ing over tho country for KO00 miles lin
could iiHsuro them that McKlnley and
Hoasovalt' would bo tliolr next Prcsl-
dent and Vice President. In tho past
three jenrs the Itepiibllc-nns i-u I
brought the .Nation from a condition
of bankruptcy to one of greatest proj-
perlly. and how could nny man ot
ngalnst them? Ho asked every Ha-
wulliin to ask his friends to Join tho
Itcpubllcnu party. People wo met lu
traveling 10.000 miles told us that the
Hnwallniis must bo recognized nnd not
have their local affairs controlled by
strangers. The Itepublleans bad giv
en Hawullaus what they never hnd Mil-
der tho monarchy, tho right of frun-1
chlse unrestricted and without con.ll. ..
Hon of paving their taxes. In view of
the prosperity brought to the t'nl'ul
support the Republican party.
Scvvnll LiiucIh UelciiiitcH.
Harold M. Sewull opened with n
pleasant word for the Democratic dele
gates before him. As the only man
from the Hawaiian Islands who had
seen the Republican delegate
Philadelphia and Canton he testllled to
Hawaii's most creditable representa
tion. If tho hnrmotiv In the delega
tion prevailed In tho party hero suc
cess would bo assured. Ho acknow
ledged the great honor they bad glv,i
him by securing bis election on tho
National Committee. Wilson, patient.
(Continued on pa go 4.)
FIRST GRAND JURY
SEEN IN HONOLULU
P. Cooke Fined for Tardiness
-Geoige R. Carter Excused
-List of Grand Jurors
The August term of the Circuit
Court of the I'liht Circuit opened at lu
a. m., Judge Humphic)s picsldlng.
High Sheriff A. M. ilrowu called tho
(iiund Jury. J. P. Cooke was lined i"S
for being turd) In appearing. An ap
plication made by O. A. Davis, attor
ney, to have the Duo remitted was de
nied. Ceo. R. Carter was excused be
muse ho Is a member of the Tnx Ap
peal Couit. John Mitchell was sworn
as bailiff to the Grand July. The
Court made a lengthy charge to llio
Jurors ilellulng their duties. This Is
the llrst (hind Jury to sit In Honolulu.
The courtroom was crowded at the
opening. Judge Humphreys promul
gated n rule that none but membeis uf
the learmi! professions. olllcrH of the
il'llliri .111,1 llfllllll ti.nrii.u lit rnu.Hi ,.(i
,,,,,, (,,,,,,, ,'V ,,.....,,11,1 1,, 1,1 II ,,,,11,
Inside of the bar. This abolishes n
privilege uporteiH have enjoyed befaio
tri ,1 un. .iii.i 1... .iii.iiiii, .1 ... it. ,, li...... I
ii. I., vvaiiy, loreiiiau; vv . li noogs
'i: A. Mclniiuy. John Hlllnirer J 1
1 Mclionn, J. S. Walker. L. C. Abies, C.
A. Cialuim. V.. I Sialdlug, F M Lew-
' Is. T. W. Ilobron, W. (i Asbl -y IMwin
Heuner, M P. Robinson, C II. Atlier
, ""' h""- "l,,a,- Jr" w - M-"T.
I A F. Cniiki.
i Monday next
from 11 10 to :
weie exciued until
The Court took lecovs
New Tug Fearless
From 'Frisco Sunday
The tug Fearliss arrived In port at
7 20 o'clock Sunday evening after a
i,p f a(t yi, (ays from San Fran
dsio She Is a handsome bo it of lu
tons gross and it length of llili feet ml
will ceitniul) do cridlt to Honolulu
The Fearless Is loiumnuded by CIIIk-u
llrokaw formerl' on the Hellatlie
Not least lu the Republican demon
stration Satuiday night wns thu bo't
flru near Kuumakaplll church rulni.
It was a good one. J, I). MoVjlgh, tito
flro king in chargu, was clicmed by Itiu
marching Republlcons ns thsy iwusej
thu blazing pile.
dub stable company Ab and
Enlarces-Capital Increased to
The gooil will and equipment of Ifv?
Pantheon ami Hotel Stable hat
been (onibltieil with tho Club itlabltf
nnd the whole will hereafter be ecu
ducted by the Club Stables Compin)'
under the mntingement of C. A. IJoJ
llna. This deal which has been con
summated within the past few chjrg
will make the Club Stables ono of the
largest concerns of Its Mud In tho Ter
ritory. A part ot the deal Include th In
crease of the Club Stnbles capltiil
stock to $.V).(M0. I'or the lncreapj
stock the former Pantheon end ilotJ
Stables management turns In It
horses, rarrlages. In fart all the spl;n-
11.1 n.inli it, itttit lit , it linn lti Pin
n), ,, ,,,,,, ttpre lle.
gtroJp 1V lr(,
,ri( ' 8t'n,,pll w)i mmedniclv
begn enlarging its present buildings to
give rouimodlniiK quarters for Its In
Dove Shooting Poor.
Although n largo number of sportv-
men were out Sntutday and sumny
nfter doves, but very few were adgw-l.
"''The birds have become very wild ar.ct
are scattered. Added to this, they
My veiy high and nre hard o get it.
Captain J. 11. Hlack. one of the crick
shots of the city, traveled nil the war
to Moanalua and back nnd only got s.
little over a dozen birds.
It Is probable that there will be X
very little more shooting done until
Hi crcgular season opens in Septem
ber. ., ... i
i. o. o. r-.
At the regular meeting of tho Poly
nesian Hncampment No. 1, I. O. O. f-,
held In tho looms of the llaimo-iy
Lodge Friday night, the follow In; n'n
cers were Installed- C. P., el. W. U.
King; S W. C. Charlock; H. P., J.
II. McVeigh: T.. F. Wood; S.. I). U
U I'letie, I. W.. F. C Poor: t!., J. C
Mnrtlu: I. S. Ceo Johnson; I. W., KJ
Hlnglej, ; . II W. Howard.
Coinpnny Is Winn Aijnln.
Coinpatij F again defenteil the police
team In the shoot at Hie Ivvllei butts
S.i tin !.i afternoon, tho seme beln?
109 to 37ti or a margin of 1.1 point.
The Individual scores were as follow.
Police dipt. Kanae. II; Kupehel,
M: Pohnkil, 3S; Pe.ihl. M; llubbe'.l.
39; Mills, 3S; Cixkott, 3s; Kawn, 3?:
Niilpo, il'.i; Cardner, 3i!. Total, 370.
Co. I' Noel), IS; Fenelra, 10: tlou
vea. 13; Store), 3S; llurnette, 33;
Rhodes, 1.1; Petterson, 10; Coster, 3?;
Johnson. 13; Costn, 40. Total. 101.
Young Street In Hud Klmpc.
Young street where digging lu con
nection with the sewer lias been gotnt
on of late. Is In very bad shape. Th
many ditches have been fllled lu Indif
ferently nnd the dirt has settled, leav
ing dnp ruts that make It Itupnislbl
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