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Vol. fcl. No; 1898
flONOLULU. TMRK1T0RY OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JULY 21 1901
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Sold at Auction To-day
by Auctioneer Jas.
FORT STREET BUSINESS
SITE SELLS JOR $97,W
C. S. Desky Buys Old Homestead
. Land on Waikiki Road Contain
ing 20 Acres Sold to
W. H. Comwell. '
The aluablo Wldemaim propel ly at
the coiner of Kurt and Hotel sticuis.
the banana patch land or tho same 'S
tatc on the Wnlklkl road between the
Moana irotel and Hopplus' snitch, and
tho homestead on l'unahoii Btreet,
vvi-lc sold nt auction today by Jas. r
.Morgan at his sales rooms on (hi cn
Rtreet. The total amount netted by tho
Kitten was $129,500, just $20,51)0 l(.4f
than the amount It was expectel
would be brought In by tho business
property at tho comer of Kort and Ho
to streete. 1
Auctioneer Morgan first put up tho
property ntthc c omen or roit uii.l no
tc stieets as n whole, giving tho upse:
Pi Ice of J150.000. TIk' piopertihap a
lronta(.e of 177.5 feet on Tort flrec
nnd 1M.3 leet on Hotel strcit, the
whole (balanitis an nrea o1' 19.786
Kallng a purchaser as a tvimM, the
four lots were put tip sepautclv. ',(
1, that portion of tho propery now ic-
upled by the Pantheon saloon. Ptnth
con barber shop and Honolulu Tolim c n
Co. nnd h&vng an area of 5.f:o f.iil.iio
Itct. with "a. frontage of 77JHfeet on
. Tort ami 70.3 feet on Hotel X'f'i wr.s
the Hrst to bo offered. Then whs
only one bid. $10.01)0, by 1. V. Mac
fnrlane and the property wa) kncke.1
down to him for that prlc".
IOt 2, just back or Ut 1, villi a
n outage or SO feet on lli-iol Htn-Pt, was
started at $13,000 by .1. M. Powsr.lt.
Tho bidding went .ne.-ily ataim lo
t $20,000 nnd was knocKcl down to thu
flrxt bidder at that prin.
I)t 3, niauka of Lots 1 and 2. with
n Irontage of 50 feet on Hotel stiect
nnd n depth of 109 2 reet, was Rtarted
at $7,000 and sold to J. V. Dowsett for
Lot 4, containing 5,355 square feet,
with a Homage of 5o leet on "-'oit
street and a depth ranglne from .i
to 109 feet, was started nt Vi'.OOO and'
Knocked down to V. V. Xlntfarlano for
Tim tc(f""nnn homestead on l'unn
hoti street was the next put up TIiIb
properiv Is aiijatent to tho tesldences
if n V nininhi"" '', r ' " '
.r, M. Dowsett. It hns a frontage ot
24 1 feet on Punahou street, a depth of
.vr root am' contains nn aiea of 3.0ii
100 acres. There Is n largo, commodi
ous nnd well-built dwelling house on
ln nirmrM- ap1 hn i-io,in(j( nto jlce
ly lmproed. The bidding was cf
slow, and the pioperiv wan secuif! iiv
C. S. Desky for $16,000. The Orst'btd
The stable lot near'thu homestead.
a piece pf nnd 00x230.5 foot. wa Hie
next put up. According to tho t "ins
or tho will, tho alloy way leadlngjfrom
tho homestead Is to remain open In
inse It was purchased by tlin same
poison purchasing tho hnn'estcnd.
Otherwise, It Is to bo thrown, otto half
nto one and the other hall It.lo tho
oother lot adjonlng. J. l, Dou you Be
rn"l tlio lot 'or 52 Mil.
The large tract of land with ponds,
situated on the upper side ot tho main
Wn II; I Id road, about midway between
the Monna hotel and Hopkins' switch,
was sold to W. H. Cornwell for $11,000,
n ridiculously small prlrc.
The property has a frontnge nf 1420
feet on the Waiklkl road and comprises
tin aiea of about 20 acres. Tho prop
erty Is now under n lease oxplrlng No
vember 11, 1902, at an annual rental of
The wife of M. n. Curtis tho actor
has filed a petition In bankruptcy.
With $175,000 liabilities she offers
THE RESIDENCE OF
H. S. T0WNSEND
IN MANOA VALLhY
IS OFFbRfcD : i : : :
Partly furnished, for one ,
or two'years at a very
low rite. Ten large
ronms. Superb View.
Cool Three minutes walk
from car line. Fine loca
tion for boanjlnz house.
Call on :,:": i
McClellan, Pond & Co.
i'i Denver, Colo., July 1C Henry
ft T. Oxnard, the well known pro' ft
IV mpter of the beet sugar Industry, 'i
ft who Is In the city, declared In an ft
X Interview that the recent rcduc- :t
!'.' tlons In sugar prices Is the be- !
t ginning of an effort by the sugar ft
18. trust to drive beet sugar out of VS
ft th'sjmarkct. Said he: "The ques- Vi
itf tlon to bo decided Is whether the ft
ft Sugar trust or the beet sugar peo-
'.'.' pie shall stay In the field. We i'i
'IS have received notice that tho trust ft
ft will no longer sell our product, ft
ft and prices aro going down In nn- ft
ft tlclpatlon of the beet, sugar which ft
"i will soon bo upon tho market." ft
ft Ho declared that a determined ft
"t effort w ould be made to bare the ft
ft next Congress re'move the tariff ft
"i on sugar. ft
ft ft ft ft ft ft ft W ft ft ft ft ft i'i i'i ft ft i'i ft
CORRIDOR GOSSIP UPOlN
ATTORNEY GENERALS MOVE
Lawyers Are Expecting Appeals bj
Dole From Acquittals in
Criminal Cases in
The suit of Kaplolanl Estate s. thn
Kaneohe Ranch Comptny has been tied
up all day In nn argument of couniv'
concerning ewdente. regHri'lng whlcli
the ruling of the Court will be dcitsUo
of the case. The question Is whethi-r
a land commission a war I of lam'fc 1
sufficient to show a conejnncc of
property. The argument will prJbaMy
continue during the afternoon.
Tho gossip In the corridors of thi
lourt house 'cdiy turned on the appeal
of Attorney Genera I Dole from tint
judgment ot Judge Clear in the habeas
corpus cases. His nylon was charac
terized as absurd by etory attorny
who expressed nn opinion and the mat
ter provoked smiles from th'e others.
"It wonlcf bo tusf as lenfclbM to nppeal
from a wfdlct of acquit' il In n crlol
nal case." said one of Mr. Do'n".
friends. The filing of appeals was con
sidered by somo as only another w.iy of
expressing Ills personal dlrsatlsfact'oi
with the Judgment. Hut on no basis
could any member of the legal frater
nity account for the Attorney General's
request that free men be asked to glo
In the estate ot Makanoe, Samuel
Woolley, administrator, has been au
thorized to sell certain roul property
of the estate In Honolulu nt public auc
tion. In the matter of the application ot
Ah 01 for n writ of habeas corpus, At
torney General Dole has filed nn ap
peal to the decision of Judge Gear, re
leasing the prisoner. The Attorney
General has also Died an apenl from
the Goto decision.
KXUAI'8 SQUEAL. SQUELCHED,
Kauai, a native, was arrested last
night on the charge of drunkenness,
Ho appeared In tho I'cllcc Court this
forenoon with the lively part of his
jag still on. Judge Wilcox fined tha
man $3 and costs nnd told him to go.
As soon as Kauai got outside tho comt
room, he began to Imitate the squeal
ing of it pig. Judge Wilcox gave a
quick order nnd the cjuit officer wa
soon pulling the native into the room
Upon appearing before the Judge, Ka
uai was given five dajs for contempt ot
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
-U -,-CAPTAIN STRONG AGAIN.
Captain Putnam 11 rail Icy Strong and
Lady Francis Hope, who hate caused
such a furore among the gossips In Snn
1 raucisru were nuBauiiBrin iu int- .-ijj-
pan Man, fo, Kobe: Japan. They dined
at the Moana hotel last nlgbt. took n
swim in the surt and returned to the
boat. Captain Strong was through Ho
nolulu once before, with the voluntceis
en route to Manila.
ZEALANDIA COM INC.
The steamer Zealandla was to hate
sailed from San Franclito on tho 20th
tor this pott. She should arrive here
Saturday afternoon or Sunday morn;
Polio Court Notes.
The following cases vere disposed of
In the Police Court this forenoor:
Shut Ying. cho fa tickets In possession,
$50 nnd costs; Antone Rlcard nnd J.
AMnn, affray, $10 and costs each; S.
Mlota, same charge, tail forfeited;
Higeoka, leaving a horse untied In tlio
street, $10 and costs.
Late SiKjrir Report
New York, July 17. Sugar Raw,
steady; fair refilling, 3 S-lCc; Centrifu
gal, 9C test. 4 3-lflc; molasses sugar,
3 15-lCc. Refined, Irregular; crushed,
flOOc; powdered, D.COc; granulated,
DEPRIVED OF LIBERTY
Judge Qear Renders a Decision in
Corpus Case diving Freedom to Prisoners Con
victed During the ' Transition Period" Upon a
Verdict of Less Than Unanimous Vote of Jury.
Attorney-Qeneral Dole Tries to Appeal for State.
Goto, a Japanese, convicted ot tho
crime of rape, during the "transition
period," upon a verdict of nine Jury
men against three, and Ah 01, convict
ed of the crime of burglar) during the
same period on n majorlt) irdlu ot
ten to two, were git en tucli liberty this
morning by Judge George B. Gear upon
r wilt of habeas corpus brought by At
torney V. M. Ilrooks In their behalf,
they were leleased upon tho ground
that they were convicted by a majority
verdict, while under the Constitution
it the I'nltccl States a unanimous vsr
llct Is reaulrcd.iC Tho?' decision of
Judge Gear Is In lino with thj- recent
insulat decision of tncl'nltecl States; the verdict nf tho jury lliyling tu at- ty me unanimous verdict or twelve ju
.iuprcme Court which held that tho fendant "gitlUy as"1 charged" shows, rors" and that n law "authorizing nine
dawallan Islands cntno under tha Con-."three dissenting." Jurors to return a vonlla In irlmnuil
stltutlon. nt the tlmo of the passago of The court Is satisfied from the; record cases Is municipal legislation contrary
the Newlnnds Resolution In August, 'that the defendant did ever) thing In to the Constitution of the United
1598; y j his power, to obtain .what hd then. States and Is null and void." In the
Attorney General Dole for tho TctT(- deemed his constitutional right, this case of Tcrritor) of Hawaii v. Marshall
tory of Hawaii asked 'Judge 'GeSr for Is his right to licmaml'that ninhe Ju- found nt I age 7t, of tho same volume
permission to appeal the case, to thorors concur before n veidltt Is reached, 'of Reports the court held that "verdict
Snpreme CoiirT of llnvvp.li. The Courtjand the question equarcl).prcented to by nine or more of the twelve Jurors
held that, in' accord wltl tlie'TChgllsh'tliU cburt now Is ns to whether the de- were lawfully received nfter the nncx
and American law. which allows no fendant was entitled to claim that right atlon of these Islands to the United
appeal In criminal mntters by tho
State, It could not entertain an nppeal
nr mnalAcr nn nnnenl bond. 1
The Attorney Genernl also asked that
the prisoners be admitted to such
ball as they might be able tOjglve. or
fnr ihnt matter iiiioii their own recog-
nlzance, any way, In fact, to enable him
to get the question before the Supieme
Court. Tho Court suggested that when
it person charged with r. crime has been
liberated by order of a court that It
un vrnrrolv nosslble for that court to
hold said prisoner on ball or require! neither one expressl) overruling the
his appearance In any court. hother. One of the ences, that of ex
a pc m a ia c n nwa "
HOGAN ANDWISE COMING
Lovers of coon songs nnd mlnstiel
entertainments will be glad to hear
that Hogan and Hen Wlse arc coming
again to Honolulu. In u letter to a
friend. Mr. Wife writes ns follows un
der date of July C, from New York:
"I am expecting to start for Hono
lulu on or about tho 15th, that Is It Mr.
J C Cohen Is ready foi us b) that
time. We want to leave New York hy
that tlmo so as to open up In San
Tranclsco on the 22d InBt. After a
week's engagement there we will leave
for Honolulu to remain n long as
)our people want us to stay.
"I hear Mr. Cohen la In San 1'ian
clsco so )ou tan look for my wife, ni)
sclf and tho company In n short time.
I have n warm show nnd n warmer
band. Every single member Is n good
performci. No sticks nud no pickanin
nies. Hogan will Join us Inter as he
has to finish his contract hero first."
A fight on tho deck of tho Nippon
Maru just before the vessel pulled out
this morning, attracted tho attention
of tho largo crowd on tin wharf, theie
to see the vessel awn..
Tho troublo was between an old Chi
naman nnd his wife. Tho touplo were
talking excitedly, when all of a sud
den tho man slapped tlio woman on tho
fare. This was tho bIkiwi for n genera!
family row. The woman was small
but went nt her spouco "hammer und
- - . . . ,
tonxs ' She creamed -scratched b
nnd kicked. Ho hail his hands so full
that he hud to call for help nnd a big
Chinaman came to his assistance. The
woman was dragged from her husband
and, when last Been, was being carried
awny, still fighting for nil sho was
worth, and giving her captor a hard
SALMON TRUST COMPLETE.
New York. July 17. Tho Tribune
na)s:, ; j.
The salmon combination which has
been food fo rumor for several weeks,
Is now an assured fat', and today It
will bo Incorporated under the laws ot
New Jersey. It will bo called the Pa
cific Packing and Navigation Company,
and Its capital stock U $32,000,0l0,
half of which will remain In the treas
ury for the ptuchaso ot additional
plants and the erection, of new ones
Dr. A. D. Carter of Makao, this Isl
and, appeared In tho Police Court this
forenoon on tho charge ot nssault w 1th
a weapon on W, K, Rftthburn, After
tho reading of tho chargo tho defen
dant waived examination nnd was com
mitted to tho Circuit Comt for trial.
Defendant was represented by J, M,
Judge Gear's orjnlon follows: parte ICd wards found at page 32 et scq ,
This Is an application by defendant volume 13 of the Hawaiian Reports, de
for n discharge from Imprisonment on i elded "that by virtue of the language
habeas corp'tts on the ciniind that he Is of the Joint Resolution (the municipal
held I'i lo-illnenr-.u i.rccr a mltttm: legislation of the Hawaiian Islands
issued upon a sentence bused upon A not Inconsistent with this
verdict ot nine out of tve)v) jurats Joint resolution not contrary to the
finding the defendant .w'lly ot !ji-. Constitution of the t'nltid Htates
The iccoril In tli'.i. case Is made part.of ' shall icmaln In force), nil munl
Ibe petition and It nppcttu thufrt.ul clpal legislation ot the Hawaiian' Isl
t'.al the i curt Instrtii ,'d the Jiir amis contrary to tho Constitution of
ngnlrrt the" olijt'ctlon of t1cfond.iqt'R. the L'nlted States was ex vl verbae and
counsel that "It nine of yo t ngre-i upon not by Implication merely, nnnulM
h vnd.ci j On may rciiu,ryiho san e." , and cened to lie of force and effect at
The record shows nn exception to this tcr August 12 1SVS," and thereafter no
charge "allowed by trcCourl,"4and
which Is unquestionably the light of '
cvcr defendant under the Coastttil-
tlon of the United States In theso lsl
anils today. Did a defendant In
crlmlnalxa&c have the same right after
the passage' of the Newlands Resolu-
tlon annexing tne isinnus to me cuiien
States, that he has now?
Our Supreme Court Liiw.
Two decisions have beea "rendered by
the Supreme Court of this Tcrritor) on
this question, Hied the same da) and
f M Xu Ps w fwi
TWO BIG VESSELS IN
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
Transport Left Twenty-five Hours
Ahead of Mail Boat and
Arrived at Same Time
There vwis n rate for the dock bjL
twecn the transport Grant tind th
Nippon Maru yesterday nftcrnoou. Tliu
visscls were sighted on Koko Hdud
within twenty minutes ot each otuei
and the) were both mude fnst about
the same time, The transport left Sun
Francisco twenty-lite hours ahead ol
the mail boat and thy sighted ea.'ii
other for the flist time call) )ebterdi
morning. At Diamond Head the trans
port wns about flto minutes ahead of
the Nippon and so the former got the
quarantine phsltlan first.
Dr. J. J. Kln)olii, former quainntliit
j)h)slclan at San Kranelsco was n pas
senger aboard the .Maru and to,
save time, he made the regular meillral
examination of flic steamer's crew an 1
passengers eu that instead of liatlu
to unit oiitulile for ar. hrrir oi so sho
was not detained at all.
Iloth tho traiibpuit and mall ateam-r
had splendid weuth'.r all thu way to
port from Snn rranenrj They Loth
kpt to brhedule tlmo und the i-tio be
tween them took, plate from the time
they got their lines out. Tha Grnnt
made the run In seven days uti) two
hours and the Nippon Maru in six .1.1) a
and one hour.
Tho Grant has among her passengcis
Quartermaster General M. J, Liullng
ton of the Army. He is ou a tout of
Inspection of the Philippines and If
nca.in.i. i ltd by hU wife. The u.ii'r
passengers aboard arc Mis. L. C Hall
ey. Col. C. S. Roberts, wife and daugh
ter; Col. C. A. H. McCfiiiley, Major J.
K. Sawyer, Major E. Davis, vt'ft and
daughter, Capt. J( Haxler, Cap:. I). II
Ray, nlfo and clerk, Capt. Murray
llaldnln, Capt. M. u. zciunsKi, lapt.
C. II. Coniad, Capt. Carl Helihtnunu,
Lieut. W H. Hasklns and wife. Lieut.
W. W. FIbcus Jr., Second Lieut, j: K.
Sterlln. Second Lieut. Guy Kent, bet-
ond Lieut. Copley JJnos, Major L.
Send your Packages to
the Goto Habeas
on could be "convicted or a crime suvn
States but before the establishment of
a Territorial government by Act of
CongrisB" The two cai.es were for
some reason filed simultaneously, nnd
It therefore leaves this court free to
follow either one of them If not op-
poseu to ine ruling oi me l. o. ou-
preine Court, in what are commonly
called the "Insular Cimes," Tho deeb
slon of the court In the case of Terrl
tor) v, Mnrshall ns to unanimous vcr
diet Is expressly based "upon the rca
sontng In I'eaiock & Co. v. Republic,
(Continued on pago 4.)
jet fc m Pn mi M r P ra P r.
BUNCHES OF FIRE CLAIMS
The Fire Claims Commission Is dis
posing of the smaller claims this -week
with rapidity. There were cghtccn Ja
panese clnliiis heard this forenoon In a
bunch. Three were smnll personal
claims, for clothing and other small
effects. This afternoon probably as
many mom will bo cleared from thn
Ha ra Ra ft r Pa Pa !- P-j fa p-a r to
Grnudy, wife nud child Major O. W,
Adair, Major Geo. P. Reed, Major las
S'. Wilson Capt, A. H, i:ber, Capt. Ira
A Allen, Capt. C. If. Andrews, wife
nud child, (.'apt R. i:. Williams. Lloi.t,
W, lliiititock. Clnrn Thatcher. J. Mar)
Weir. Mary II. Talcott, Mary U. Liy
ton, John D, Ileuet, HJward M. Sblpp.
Dr. W. S. Wushburji. Anson II. J!h
le), Mrs. Mary D. mlth and child
Mis. Tetamore, son nnd daughter, R. S
Wilght. G. W. Cowglli, Harry L. Om
sted, G. A. Courtwilght, Mrs. CowW
Polly Patton. Mr. D. J. O'Conmll,
Francis II. Hrans, Samuel iknttle, 1M
par M Ilrown, John, I Peterson, P.oa
ert Uruilt.il, K. J. LVekctt, Miss Dusfn
burg. The trnusport will rmnln heio until
The Nippon Mnru sailed this' morn
ing nt about 11 o c lock,
FOREIGN NEWS NOTES
The National IMuciitlonnl Assocla
tlon closed Its 40th annual conveutlnu
Iu Detroit July 12.
J. P. Morgan Iiiib a steamship trust
on foot that will control tho ocean
tinde of the world
The will of Hugh Tcvls divides Ills
$2,000,000 worth ot propert) betwrxn
his wife and daughter.
Daniel S. lamont, foimer Secretury
of War Is to be the Picsldent nf tho
Northern Pniltlc railroad,
Carnegie has signed tho deed placing
tlO.ono 000 at tho disposal nf tho trus
tees of the Scotland fund.
Democratic supporters ot Ilryan In
Ohio have called a convention to
nominate a separato state ticket.
The New York stock market suffered
another break on July 12. Rutlrevad se
curities were leaders In the slump, -
, French wilcldo left a $00,000 fund
for the children of those tired ot lifn
who finish their caiecrs by Biilctde.
ON THE ZEALANDIA.
The following people had booked to
leave sun rrnnciBco on tno zoaianuia
when tho Klpopn Mum sailed! A. I)
Ualdnln, W. It. Castle. O. M. Clark,
MIrb M. I). Collins. Hi, Doxey, Mrs. W.
K. C. llnsson and son, Geo. I. Lufkln,
V. Johnston, Geo. A. Nicholson, Mrs.
Gfo, U. Nicholson, II. A. Jnen. Mrs.
R. W. Smith. Mrs, J, W Thompson ami
A furnished houso ot six rooms Is
wanted. See Want column on pago S,
HOUSE MILE TG
THE UNPAID 6ILI5 ACT
The Houte met this morning with
quite n full representation ot th mem
bers in town,
The bill embracing the unpaid bills
ot the government was received from
the Senate and was passed on first
rending without a slnale dissenting
Rmmelutli moved to commit the bill
to a special committee of three Con
siderable discussion was held nt this
point and no conclusion was leacla.l
In the matter.
A motion I'm I'rtJotirn was mii'.c while
the discussion was going on and de
bate was shut off by the same cauylng.
The first two dajs In our Clearance
?alo hate been good ones, but we still
have some left vvhlih are rapidly golu:
nt the ridnte-'il prices.
in 10 EAI nil
NIPPON'S WHITE ENGINEER
ALMOST BITTEN TO DEATH
Rough Experience of Chief Engineer
Mitchill With Fireroom
Crew on Last
Chief Kuglnrcr Mitchell of the Nip
pon Mnru is no longer with the veuil
nr . the engine room Is in charge of n
Jr.; nose chief engineer. Mitchell v, is
rot with the vessel on her last call
here from the Orient. He was left at
Shanghai In n hospital.
The former chief engineer Is a white
man, his nsslstnnts In tho engine
room and nil the firemen are Jnpnnc-.
On the eastward trip, when about twen
t) hours out ot Hongkong, u ills
Agreement nrose between Mitchell nnd
the Japanese In the engine torn, which
culminated In a fight.
Awaiting their opportunity, Mitchell
UUB Jumped by the entire lire room
clew nnd nearly killed. The Japanese
tackled him from nil sides and nlmost
kilted him by biting Ills head, luce,
neck and nrius.
The iinforunnte man waB finally
rescued nud taken to hlr room, wjierc
he" lay In n precnrlou condition for
fcctcrnl dn)s. An (Wort was mndo to
have Captain Green turn back to
Hongkong wheie, In tho Urlttsh courts
thi' injured man woald havo had a
chance ot hating his nrsallauts severe
ly pun lulled, but Green refused to put
about, and Mitchell was lauded on Ja
When last heard from, he was suf
fering from blood poltonlng and was
In a vcr) critical condition.
DNGINEER8 CHANGE PLACE6.
The following changes have been
made In the positions of the engineers
ot the Inter Inland Company, to take
effect today Chief Hnglneur Turdy
of the Nllhaii resigns to uccpt n osl
tlon In the Honolulu Water Works;
'Ihlef Kngluier Thompson of the Ko
niiliou Is promoted to the INIhau, his
iissiotnnt is Hnrry Congdon; Geo
Want takes the Kcaiilum with Wm.
C,'tas assistant; Gtprge Gardner
takes tho Jas, Makee; Chief Platts goes
to the'tvjnlnnl anil Chief Norton re
suuii'fi Ills' position Iu tlio Mlknhala.
J, W. Gllmoio, wno, for boiuo tlmo
past, lias been teaching agriculture In
tho Noimnl School of this city, leaves
in the transport Chant tomorrow to
accept n post on as Instructor of agri
culture In the public BchooU of Manila.
Ho will bo accompanied by Mrs. Gll
moio. Out oMown subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send In
their POST OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
CLEAN IP SALE
I LADIES' SHOES
Also 500 Pairs of Ladies'
of odd sizes reJuceJ to 7Bc
We may have your l?e and If
I In. UoVt forget the place
MANUFACTURERS SHOE COMPANY
I03T Fort Street. .,
III SHIPPED MY 1
Rigs Will be Remodeled
and Then, Sent
EXPERT SEARLE WILL
GO TO THE MAINLAND.
Two Horseless Carriages Being Built
in Local Shops-Motors and
Other Parts to he
For several days past there has lie n
great activity behind tho closed doom
Of tho Automobile Company em Krm
street, near tho Government bii1 il t t,
nnd any one who happened to be pii
1ng along in that direction tun: lea
tho ring of hammers and tho mav'iutci
The Automotive company is noxinr;
up the rigs that vvero on the f.'mU
for several weeks, pieparatory to snd
ing them back to tho rncto.'.v ircen
which they enmo . ow motori will lie
substituted In place ot the old ones
nud the rigs will be remodeled to ac
cord with the very latest dens in auto
mobile building. Ono of the prltclpal
dlflkttltlcs In tho wny of the successful
operation of the automobiles that hdve
recently been taken off tho streets was
thu weighting ot the rigs. Special at
tention will be paid to this. A little
will lie taken off hero nnd a little add
Another difficulty was with tha
brnl.es. It will bo remembered Hint
none of the rigs were allowed to go up
Punchbowl or Tantalus, not becntiso
they could not make tho trip, but on
account of the dnnger on the down trip
of the brakes falling to work, Thl
defect will also bo remedied once tlio
automobiles aro In tho home shop.
In a talk with Mr. Searlo last even
ing, tho expert of the Automobllo Com
pany said that automobiles could gn
up 2") per cent, grades on tho Mainland
and they could do it hero. Continuing,
Mr. Searle hail tho following to vay
about the affairs of tho Automoalla
"we expect to havo all tho old au
tomobiles packed and ready for ship .
ment In n few days and they will lo
bent forth nt the very first chance. (
will leave for the Coast at tho samo
tlmo to keep a wntchrul e)o open tar
tho Interests ot tho company.
"There Ih no question whatever In
my mind that tho old rig can be re
modeled so as to stand tho wear and
tear of tho streetn nud climate ot Ho
nolulu. As noon as the work has been
completed, tho rigs will be. sent bacl;
to Honolulu and ngaln put on the
"As I understand It, tho Intention ot
the company Is not to branch out
much In tho purchase of automobiles.
Only n few new ones will bo bought,
and tho siicicbb or otherwise of thw
new patents on tho Mainland will ho
carefully watched bo that tho company
will know Just what to do In the mat
ter of future purchases. '
"For several weeks past wo havo
been building a couple of automobllej
ourselves. The bodies ot theso havo
been completed and now wo are ready
to Install the motors and other parts
It is partly to secure these parts that
1 am leaving for the Mainland soon,
"tho automobllo has como hero l
stay. It Is a popular'mode ot transpo.
tatlon, as will be shown by tho fact
that wo tool; In something like $9,M0
during the short tlmo vva had our rigs
running on tho streets ot Honolulu.'
KUT YONG DEPARTS.
Kut Yong, the Chinese woman, or
dered deported to Chln by Judge Es
tcc was sent nwny In the Maru. She
wus accompanied by Tin Yne her young
husband, who sa)s he has shaken the
dust of Hawaii from bis sandals for
ever more. ,
Governor Allen ot Porto Rico ha
resigned and Is said to be slated'BTCnr
lassaijor to Italy,
Over m Pairs at Special
Cut Prices.- .
Ladles' Lace Boots, hand turn,
vrsru top, Louis XV hrcl,
$6.50, cut to.... J... ta.00
Ladles' an Button Boots $6.00,
cut to $8.50
Ladles' Black Button Boots 15.00,
J6.CO, cut to V.BO
Ladles' Tan Lace 'Boots, Is.oo.
KS.oo, cut to. tP.SO
Ladles' Fine Ox'ord Ties. I500.
fo.oo, -.utto $2.00
Ladles' Fine Strap Slippers, Louis J
XV htel, $5.00, fe.00. cut U,
Button Boots and Ox Ties
per pair. Come ln,ancl see.
we hive you will be money