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Si ! WL . I SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE MM Ml)(jf . uw , Mt LAW, MORGAN A I If lU V niV K riH'H rJlfJ 1 if-..l.,l.. t. .. nnl l.nn tvin,!.. ft, . j-v-a-ii-r JLI I 1 IMFFn -m p.P...m p X ' ' '"' Mooltr loiolttM) ioj t,! at jti. X 1 JdlN 1 IVIN W.lnejlay jt oo'i i j ij 905 t I I Thursday 61 Keeping up the appearance, of 1)10 lawn Is n:i Important Item In the. well regulated home The Use of a Rood lawn mower and of good hose, nro other Important Items Wc haw- a new stocu of the famous HOYAL nnd tho well Known PENNSYLVANIA lawn mowers, perfectly ndjustid, sharpened and guaranteed Pilcis reasonable Garden Hose at $2,00 per length and upwards, SEE DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW. E. O. Hall EHLERS' NEW TO-DAY NOTICE TO A THIEF. The person who took fiom nit desk lestereln) afternoon an enlope ron lalnlng newspaper cop) was seen lea lug the offlce Fnless this cop)" lie Imnndlatel) mailed to me ptosec utlon will follow. FltEO I SCOTT Olllee of "tlosslp II Cnnililii II I11K I O Ho 1.57 2ufil1t Honolulu Bowling Parlors METROPOLE BUILDING, Alakea St. A manl sport for Mnnl Mi 1 Strlctl) first class In etei iispeit gentleman In San Francisco well posted In Hawaiian nffalis has wiitten to one of the local broken in put no follows, "I look for a bettei feeling and high r prices during the prese nt juui 111 our best stocks In the Hist plae. raw sugars hate hi en sold as low as $1 51 f o. u Cuba, this Is the lowest point sugar hate ever rem lied and probahl) the lowest thct will etcl reach, as to continue nt su '. Illinois prices would result In a !au- iIpipmsm In production thiougliout the wot Id. Itaws hnto, since last adtleen iltntir ed to 3-70, equal to Jo 30 pi i ion. In about ten dns I betiete ih.U iho people of this country will leallz' now more fully since tho healing o.i the Cuban tariff before the Wajs and .Means Committee that the aim of the sugar trust Is to (rush the beet in dustr with tho result that nothli is will be done b tills Congless With this bugbear out of the wa a huiltli ler feeling will come about ull around Another Important piobablllt lb that the (.Allusion law mny not be remai t ed Should It bo, allowed to law fin an period, jou could slmpl suppl, the Islands with all the coolies iicio.j sary for tho plantations, then wij would be In clotcr. All of these fails which I hato presented nte p.islblll ties, so brighter prospects aie nncud lor the downtrodden Islnndeis" As a curtain for an odd w hulnu dr.; pery material that suggests stained glass is particularly good The design comes In old gold, red and blue out lined with a cord of darker red A $20.00 BELT for $5,00 The Dr. JV3r. AUen fclctrl,. "Belt' (t 1th sus -J pensory h Kuiranteed to possess 'u1 all tlitiuratlte proper ties of the esinn Ive belts now solj bt doctors an J Jrucglsts. It gKes a very tronc current of elfLtrLltv and i eailv reguhteJ. Bound to supersede others Can be had from the undersigned onlv no acents; nn discount. ' iriul ir frre. AdJres Pierce Electric C . 20O Post St.. S n Francisco, Sent free to Hawaii for 85.00 VIGOR VITALITY tho result of using ROYAL MALT EXTRACT. This tonic beverage Is without equal ns a strengthened It tones up tho ttholo s) stem. Drain and body are both stimulated and strengthened and the debilitating effects of this cllmnto are otenome Vim, Vigor nnd Vitality follow In tho wako of "ROYAL MALT EX TRACT", that peerless tonic. llu suro and got tho genuine, don t waBto tlmo or money on worthless im Itatlons, 25c per bottle $2,50 per dozen Hobron Drug Go., 80LE AGENTS, I Jl V I . 7Z 7t I IT IJUUUIUIII 11 IHtlU tlKtllll UCIIipi lnn & Son, Ltd. BLOCK. wavs m mm liiilge dear this morning sentenced (icurge Wnde to be Imprisoned ten tears nt hard labor and pit) icists of $ls r,o for manslaughter Anita and twent) other Japanese ibarged with being dlstuibers of the pe.ue were ordered discliaiged on .ic (iiunt of Informant In the complaint Defendant bad appealed from sentence of ten ill) at hard labor with costs glwn by District Magistrate Wilcox Daniel McKcnzIc Is being tried li) the following Jtirj for unllionsed liquor selling i: K Kanl W K Kapu Chas Spencer, lames Slersebetg, S r.liillcli, i: T rnniinnt Oartlej.W II. Castle ,lr C Klmhill. lsa,i( Near, M It lloughtalllng nnd W I" lones A bottle of i lino bur was opened b) I a witness fur the piosccutlon, to sntls- f) Mr St lgoon foi the defense K A Dontbltt sslst.int Attnincy (lener.il plO'CCUUS I ludge Humphreys Is hearing Solo mon Slaheliinn ts l.uk i Kalolo u, I quieting title tried bt (he following Jurt I II l)i ew, I) II Hene.ir. (1 A Long J J. Illake I) M Itoss. i: Detc le.iux J T M((liew I L Coekctt, 1". Wne.dbilelge 1) Ilu.iplll V I Old- 1 nn and 'I Ilom.in The ejectment case of Inlin II Instate ts It Knbluii Slele will follow I Irene II Hollown) giiaidl.in of I'rnn (Is ll)elc II III on ii inliioi iiKouut for le(elpts of $.11 VI OS and piincnts of $2ssi.8, bating a ImIiiikc of $710 SO due the waul Aim. ns gunnllan of (ieorgu II llrown, she ace ounts foi $T52'i(,s and paj incuts of $JSfil 19 hat ing a balance of $i"." 11 due the waul The Intcntnries show the estate of 1'ianils to be ninth :'." ''" mid that of (1( orgo $.'7 V.O. William A. Hall b his nttuine) Ceo A Ditls, has dlsioiitlnued his suit foi the iemot.il of his guardian (Jen It Cartel A (onimlsslon will Issue to Win F. HiimpliK), San Francisco to take the tistlmuii) of II. Lose in Hong Kee A. Co. ts New calami Insuiiiiue Co .Mis lleuilckson bus petitioned tint AlUe F Ileal d be appointed guardian of her four minor ihlldieu Agnes II 11 ludd petitions for dls (lunge ns execlitiK of the will of her husband, the late Chief fustic c .ludd HO'JGII ON KAUAI. The steamer lames Maker fiom Kn uai aiilted hero this morning after u rciuaikahlt lough round trip. Thn wvath mi Kauai has been of the f.uiM and the tessels there hate had a haid time So far the only uicldent has been Mat of the sihooner Wulnlua at Anahola which was reported jester day a total wreck Purser l.ugan reports that the schooner was fiee 1 f nil her cargo at the time sho was waiting a chance to get out Sho hnd two anchors out, out with forty-lite ami tho other fifteen fathoms of chain These failed to hold her boweter, nnd sho now lies on the beach badly shut tired and full of water All her (rew escaped with their litis. 'If ou dldn t mij an of the things thnt me iiilnted In that alleged inter tli'W " nskeiLhls lutlinnte irlend "why dont you dent them and set oursell light with the public?' Iliiausi niiHUeicd Senator Lots mini 'it wus hi 111 ii li more scholarly and limed than ninthlng I could nosslblv hate sulci that I hate to ills turb the Illusion Chicago Tribune. NEW - TOD4Y ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At the regular annual meeting of the Chnrles 1 Heirlck Cnrrlago Company. Limited, held February Sth, 1002, tho following olllii'rs were elected. President Paul R. Isenberg Vice President C. F. Herrick Secretary .. O. Sorenson Treasurer. F, B. Damon Auditor. ... .L. C. Abies Director. . . .. H. Armltage Director . . John Ouderklrk O souhnson, Secretary Charles F. Ilcrrlik Conlago Co, Ltd 2UC4 3t NOTICE OF MEETING. In accordance with tho dlicitlons of thn Hoard (if Directors or Till: FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF HAWAII, Ai HONOLULU, notice Is heroby given tint a niee'lng of tho Stockholders theiiof will bo held In Honolulu lsl anil of Onhu, Territory of Hawaii, at its plare of business on Saturday, thn 8th day of Slarch, 1902 nt 2 p in of that day, tho purpose of such meet ing being for thn election of Director" for tho (tisulng jear. f necessary, and for tho transaction of all other IiiihI ncss as mnv be necessary or brought before tho Stockholders. Dated, Honolulu, February Cth. 1902 (Signed) W O COOPI1R Cashier. 20G4 Feb 1., 13, 20, 27, Mar. C Modily Tuesday Wtlneidir Ttiuridly .. FilJiy Saturday , 61 1 u I 9 i, it H 1 ,8 o 00 la m , oS lo t$ q s , 1 4JI 9 41 Sunday g Monday io 3- '" ". lo t6 . ..'. Al '"ll 5 ), II (ojlt 18 Xew moon on the Sth nt 2 52 a. in Tides from tho United Stntcs Coast and Geodetic Surtcy Tnbles. Tho tides nt Knlittlut nnd Hllo occur about an hour earlier than at Ho nolulu Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m slower than Oreen ttcth time, being mat of tho meridian of 157.30. The time whistle ows at 1:30 p, m., which In the same as Greenwich, On Ora. Masters of vessels sailing from this port for San Francisco will find theru n branch of tho U, S. Hydrographlc Olllco located In tho Merchants' Ex change, where Is maintained for their benefit frco of charge, complete sets of charts and directions of tho world. Latest Information can bo obtained re garding lights, dangers to nntlgatlon an dall matters of Interest to ocean commerce. Weather Ilurenn, Puliation. February 0 Tenipir.iture .Morning minimum, iiS Mlddn) maximum, 75 nitrometer at 11 n m 30 10, Fulling. ltulnfall 0 04. Dew Point Ml!'. Iliinililltj nt 9 a m HI per cent. Diimonl Head Signal Station. Feb iiiui) B Weather clear, wind fresh XH. AHi(1VaD. Wednesday, February .". T K K Hongkong SInru Filmer. 1! dn8 from Snn Tranclsco Stmr l.ehun, Xapnln, from Slolokal. Stmr J A Cummins, Senrles, for Koolau ports, Schr Kawallanl .Most s from Koo lau ports Thuisdat, Februar C. Stun .lames Slnkce, Tullett, fiom Kauai ports. Am bk Sononia. Stdishnd hS dns fiom Xewcastlo. DKPAItTi;i). Wednesday, Februni.t ."1 OSS Alnmi da, lion I nun lor Snn Finii(ls(0. Hf In Ada, fur Kauai ports Kc hi IMIpsi' for .Maul and Hawaii, Schr I. C Wiiodburj, Harris, for Hllo Tbuisda, February li Fi ( rulhci Protet. for Panama. Am bkt lrmgniil. Sdimldt, for San Francisco. T K K Hongkong Slam, Fllmcr. for the Orient. passi:ngi;iis Aunivnt). Fiom San Fianclseo, cr T. K. K llotigkong Slain February 5 It Ited man wire and two ihllilien; A T. Paul Itobert C ForsMh p.ssi:.cii:iis ui:pauti:d. For San Frnnc ls(o, jier OSS Alameda, Febiuaiy ." III J. 11. i:ast, Dr C. A Alleiibmurgci, SI. D. Hull. John Hojle II SleArthur mid wife. J, llnl.iT Jr. W II llais, I). C Sage F I Oreany .Mrs It. It. Hind, II. T James. A O Stoll. Miss n. SI. Wallace. II T (lllbert. (!. N Hind J Scott lljnie. I. F Colbuin II It. Cass, C i: Palimr. (1 W Statk, ShH Litchfield. Sli und Mis Frlt( b SIih C II. lliciwn .Mrs C Mallard. Slis K H Cooiiei. W. .1 Lowrie, 13, I) Tenuc) and wlfo, Captuln und SI is Slaker .1 A Fenger wife and child: C M Cooke. .Mis J Fenwlclt. Sirs. SI J Carroll, T. W Notting ham Sirs M (Iran, Chas. liny. L II Keir. .1 F llhi(kwell, S T llerg II S Halt Washington .Ian 27 The fight for delay In (anal legislation has been transfeued to the door of the Senate from the Intel oceanic Canals Commit tee where the Panama lobhjlsts and the transcontinental rallwajs hate found that a dear mnjorlt) In fat or of the Nlcaiagiu caniil exists Senator S(ott of West Virginia, who is apparently 111 ling for and with Sir. Hauna, toda Introduced a bill In the senate authoililng the President to appoint a bo.ud to nsceitaln the feasl billt) and cost of the Darlen canal route The object of this bill Is elear 1) to delay canal legislation The bill piotldis that the board appointed hv Its piotUlous Hhall icport not latei than tluee months after It Is orgnnl7(d I he time In which this commission should tejioit was left blank in the 01Igin.1l diaft (if the bill nnd the winds I'nee months" weio wiitten In in lead pencil the calculations evidently be ing that the leport would tome to Congress lato tnough this session to enable the opponents of the Nlriirngua bill to nretcnt Its pasoagu by filibuster ing luetics The Darlen mute would cost at least (289,000,000 LABOR AND COMMERCE Washington Jan 28 Tho Senate today passed tho Nelson bill, estnb Ushlng a Depnttment of Commerie, aftor it had been nmcnelcd In several Important particulars. Probably the most Important of tho amendments was 0110 changing tho title to lead the Department of Commeno nnd Lnhor It protldes for n sccrctar), who Is to bo a member of tho Cabinet, an assist nnt secretniy and also tho other olll (Inls nnd eleik nieessaiy Tho pro I posed department Is especially cluirg led with the collection and distribution yf stutlblleal Information and with the olctelnpment and fosteilng of foielgn and domestic commerce I In the dipaitnicnt theio Is to bo n new Iluienu of Manufactures and innn) buieaus now Included lu olluu dnp.ut mentB nnd tiaiiHfenul to this new do paitmcnt. Including the life snt lug seitlce, the lighthouse seithc the mailno hospital seivlce the stinm boat Inspection sertlco and the llu reau of Navigation, Shipping nnd lm migration, ns wedl as the cnntiol of the tlsheilcs nnd the Chinese exclusion questions, nil now within tho Jutlsdle . Hon of tho Trensury Department the Fish Commission and thn Census llu I I eau Tho department Is also glten I jiulsdlctloii over the Consular suit Ice I so far as It pet tains to commerce. Honolulu Is nuco again being made the dumping ground of Inferior nnd dangerous keroscno oil. For many j cars past there has been no complaint about the quality of this most general ly used household lllumlnnnt. Prior to this quiet period the fire bells were ringing nt frequent Intertals, tha cause almost Invariably being gltcn ns "a lamp exploded" or "n lamp upset." When the gTent Chinatown fire of 18SC wns raging, ono of the factors most bafllltiB to the firemen, second onlj if not equal to the wretched wn ter supply of that time, was the largo quantity of kerosene oil allowed to hi kept In one store. Ibis together with the low standard of Inflammability per mltted by law made n constant menace to the city Legislation was. effectlte In reducing both factors of danger Still, as wns stated the other da a greater quantity of Inflammable stock of this kind Is allowed storago bt the underwriters of Honolulu than b) those of Pacific Coast cities Now, too there Is reason to bcllcte bad oil Is again being foisted upon locnl con Burners Citizens comparing notes with one another tell of their house, lamps sputtering, or fading down as If water were In tho reservoir, or per forming other startling and annoy In? freaks James II Ilojd, Superintendent of Public Works, has taken the profil ing complaint In hand with his usual promptness. The following corres pondence Indicates tho Initial line of his efforts to hate the nuisance abated besides affording scientific proof of the tile quality of oil being palmed off upon the community. Honolulu. 11. T., Feb .'., 1902. Dr II C. Sloggett, President Hoard pf Health. Dear Sir In regard to n snmplo of kiroseno transmitted to me together with a letter from Sir. J. II. I)od, Su perlntendent of Public Works, regal d lug the same, I beg to report as foi I Ions: I The oil on fractional distillation gate I the following figures 1 Light oil. boiling below 150 C 8 47o I Normal kctosetie, boiling between 1 li"0 und 270 C 72 ( j Heat) nil, boiling nbotc 270 C 19 0'0 , Kerosene of good quullt) should not contain more tlun 15 per cent heat oil and not nunc than 1 or 2 per cent light I oil When ull such ns the sample Is burned In u lamp, the light oil Is tolatlllzed tery qulcklj. leatlng too large ,1 propoition of heat oil In the icsertolr of the lamp, and, ns this heat' oil tends to concentrate there. It ultimate! clogs the wick, resulting lit poor illumination. This oil may be the result of poor ie fining, or It nui) be a fraudulent sub stitute made by combining light and heat) oils. Sueh a mixtures can bo made hating the same density and flashing point ns normal kerosene. If mi) further examination of the oil Is requlrdl, another sample will be necessary, us I hate used all that was sent me. Respectfully, i:dsh'nd c shouey. Gov't Chemist Olllee of the Hoard of Health, Hono lulu. Feb. 5. Dear Sir. llojd The cnilosed report (If Sir Shnrey explains Itself As the Hoard as well as Sir Shore)' are at all times willing and pleased to make suih examinations for )ou. It will be on!) neiessary for )ou to Bend oter to .Mr Shore) an) thing of a like na ture and he will report hack an) delay In waiting to la) the matter before the Bo.inl of Health at the weekl) meet tugs Yours faithfully, H C SLOGOETT. James llojd. Ksq Public Works. A sakeded Japanese maelo ter) lite ly times for the people Htlng lu tho tlilnlty of the corner of King and LIU ha streets between 9 and 10 o'clock last night He went home ter) much the worse for liquor nnd taking a re toiler II red off lite shots In rapid suc cession There weie four or lite Oil ncsc lu the 100111 nboto and as th shots weie dliceUd toniitd the cell Ing thcie was some ter) ljtel) seur- r)lng nnd si reaming nmong the Mon golians In fad two of the uiimbei hnd tei) ntinow csiapes fiom behm hi! Olllcei Hint wns dispatched to the scene of the dlstuibaiue and went to tho room of the drunken Inpanese to make the urrest He wns In the net of doing this win n 11 frli ml of tho drunk en fellow npproached Hart from be hind and attempted to pin his aims behind him Ho miscalculated the Mieugtli of the big nntlte nfllcei and was soon measuring bis length on the lloor Hart did not lentc his duties for an Instant hut gathered up both the men nnd took the 111 to the police sta tion In the Police Court this forenoon, Fuglmoto, tho drunken fellow, plead ed guilt) to the charge of common nui sance nnd wns lined (10 and costs The other fellow, Tnke hv name, (barged with nbstiiictlng Justice, was seiiteneed to a month's Imprisonment nt haul la ben nnd to pa) n line of $10 and costs MAN OVERBOARD 'lhe icpoit of the loss of Datlel one of the HnlluiB of the schooner Slnlolo was btought by the lames SInkee It seemis that nt midnight on Tuesday, j the dny she snlli el from this place she got Into some ciy bad weather olf Knena Point and several Bcas camu nboaid David, one of the deck hands was washed oterhoard and although Captain Gardner did eterythlng In his power to save him the efforts wero fruitless. Tho other vessels at Kauai portB wero nenrly all weather bound when the SInkee lett. Magazines ound by tho UVBNIN HIIIAI ETIN. ANNUAL -A s INVENTORY 1 We took nn Inventory iast week. An Inventory Is certain to disclose surplus lots In somo classes of goods, odd lots In others, broken Hno3 etc. All these tve prefer to dispose of at any price ueforo wo renew our stocks for the opening ear. We hate opened the bargain throttle wide and put on full speed. Let bargain 3eekers board our train, If they would not be left. NEXT WEEK A GREAT SURPRISE Whitney & Marsh, Llmltsd. SHREVE & CO., To facllltato trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods purcnascd or ordered of them free of all charges for transportation to Honolulu or teturnlng same to San Francisco. Goods will bo sent on selection to thoso know ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In San Francisco. Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers, Alnrket tV Post 8t 8. P. Illustrated CATALOGUH and prices furnished upon receipt of request. Wo hnvo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry and Sllvertvnro west of New York City, and are prepared to furnish special designs. HEART MotlE WS Nil KIIERIE. Washington Inn 2S - Secrotnrj Long has rcicltcd n tel ginm nnnnuni lng that Hear Admiral Lewis A Klin heilt I tilted States Nnt), retired died nt west Newton Slnss, this morning of lienit disease I Adtnlinl Klmberl) wus scdected foi , sertlc. on the Sc hlet court of Inqulr) but w.-w compelled to decline on nc count of ill binltli Ileal Vdm.inl Lewis Ashflcld Kim he lit 's seitlce In the Nnty wns long nnd honorable He enteiid It In 1810, when he was 10 .ten is old and retired fiom the nctlte list on account of the age limit In U92. Duiing tho Civil War ho seited on lailous tessels, nnd wns for the lattei pait of that time exeiutlte olllier on Ian ago ts flag snip the Hnrtford IMwaid SI Uiltllth expert forester of the Department of Agriculture. Wnshington, and Datid llaughs, Teji lltorlal foi ester, caug.it the steamer Lihun and letniued to town last mid night fiom Slolokal, whete they had landed from the Bteamer Klnau last Satin day. Sir lirimih had maps along with him which he brought back all mark ed up to show existing forest condl tlnns on the Islands of Hawaii, Maul and Slolokal He and .Mr. Haugha paid a short tislt to Commissioner Wrn) Til) lor nt the Capitol this morn Ing, He will probably see Governor Dole tomorrow, today hating been the time for the Kxecutltc Council meet Ing The remainder of this week lie will spend In looking up Hawaiian for estry data. Next week Sir. Orimth will further explore foi est growths on this Island, holng hb fat as V.'alalua He will leate In the steamer China on Filda) the 14th Inst., his rot ing com mission taking him to the Philippines The toiesters did nbt hnto us much time ns the) would hato liked on Ha wall Mr riillllth regretted ho could not to moil' of the legion Bouth of Hllo Fbe n Low entertained tho ox plums in Ills most hospitable style! which Is no) lug eter) thing, ou their tislt to Kohala. LIHUEJIIUTE Since the intioduction of tho sugar chute at Llhue Plantation on Kauai the work of loading steamers Is great ly simplified nnd now what used to tnke a da) to accomplish Is done In nbciut three hours and a half Tim Slukce started to load yesterday after noon nt half-past three and took ttven ty-llie hundred bags of sugar by t o'clock. She sailed for homo at 7 o'eloik and wns twenty hours making the run to port bo rough wna tho weather Waohlngton, Jan 27 The opponents of the Ship Siibsld) bill In the House late seited notice upon Sit llnnn.i nnd .Ml Fl)e and ilto.e who bate been iimlmuliiK the bill in the Senate that It (annul he passu! unless maleilill)' altered Cli.ilinian fliiistenor of the Committee on Mei chant Mailne nnd Fish, lies of the House has made n iiuli I cantass of Ills' committee, where the bill Is now sleeping, and has thus i e pen ted to Senator llannn Si until! Ilaiina and Scnatm Fne will attempt to put the I III thiough the Senate lxfoie nil) mote Is mado In the Houst It li hoped that the moral effect of a Sinatc . It tori will Btiength en It In the lloute The subsld) lobby has opt mil headquarters In Washing ton and Is piepnred to begin an nctlte campaign foi tile bill Vino .To'i Primiiitf at tho Bul letin ifiieo San Francisco I I VI ashlngton Jan 29 Senator Per I ma said toda) that he had been as jiired that nothing would he done lu tin matter of tinning the transport lertlee oter to prltate contractors for at leaat a )ear Secretary Hoot has changed his at titude somewhat on this matter" said Senator Perkins "He was tery anx Ions to hate nuthorlty from Congress to sell the Goiernment tessels and make contracts for tho transportation of troops and supplies, but l,n tlew- of the showing made by Quartermaster General I.udlngton and the officers of the Quartermaster General's Depart ment Secretary Hoot Is now loath to act I am satisfied that nothing will be done for a ear. If at all." OF, FOI) Nil This morning nt 10 o'clock the French erulset Protet sailed for the se ene of the trouble on the Isthmus of Panama There were many tlsltors on the teasel before she sailed and Samuel SI Damon was the last to leate the ship The Protet was taken out of the harbor without l,.e sen Ices ot a pilot and her commander made a ter) neat Job of uio nianeuioring in the small space he had at tils com mand Yesterda) and the dny before there was an unusual actltity aboard the vessel as the sailors wcro getting setetal head of Hie cattle stowed sate!) aw a) Some of the steers were .somuwhat ilclous and, tho Frenchmen not being first-class cow ho) s, tho beetes had a good deal of sport before they weie secured where they could do nn damage nor take charge of the Mill) A1AG0ON V8. ACIII. J A Magoon has brought suit against W C Aclil for specific per formanct- In the mattei of n certain propert) transaction which Is alleged to hate taken place on April 0, 1900. The plaintiff states at that time somo Kewalo laiuls for which the defendant was the trustee was transfeircd to him the undeistanillng being that lm should pa) therefor the Bum of $5500, which was to be paid to cancel the moiuagu glten to C SI Cooke. Va rloiis Bums were paid from time to time until the amount reached (4000, At that time. .Mi. Achl said ho could not seciiie ine cancellation and has been unable fiom time to time so to do Plaintiff goes on to sa) that ho bellei is the detendnnt has fraudulent 1 totiteietd the mone) to his own u" instead of pat Ing the inoitgago. Sits SIles That hat makes )out face look tet) short Sirs St)le That's funny It make ni) husbands fate look long Stray Stories THE ORPHEUM A TRIP TO C00NT0WN KY ERNEST HOGAN li .Id Coiiipnii of Puiiny FoIIcm BEGINNING SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25th. Illitumviil) SEATS, 7F cents HOX OF-PICC NOW OPEN JAS. F. Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen St. 0 JAS. F. MORGAN. ' AUCTIONEER. Auction Sale OF HORSESjnd COW ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom, C5 Queen Btrcet, I will sell at Public Auction, six Horses, broken to harness, nnd one fine Heil stein Cow, In good health. ' Jas. F. Morgan, AUCTIONEER. JAS. F. Auctioneer ) and Broker MORGAN 85 Qjieew ( .-. '