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','il,?!F3i s.iBBaBaflnHHHHiBEEHHHB9!SSBf!niNVV$rlKRfiiBfiSR9nM9 m ?"H th qwp Business Success Comes Largely Through Good Advertising Evening Bulletin The Evening Bulletin Has the Largest Circulation Announcement In a liberal amount of Errn Ing Bulletin advertising spa'-o Is a good Investment The percentage of profit will bo large If you bavo the goods tho people want and offer them for sale at prlcoi that the peoplo can afford to pay. From 8. F. Alameda Feb. 22 Doric Feb. U for 8. F. CUUW toTTo CSV o T. .. Coptic Feb. 25 f Alameda Feb. 26 ; j' AJs-V- ifc1 1 iwu I From Sydney. Aorangl Mar. 12 For Sydney. Mlowcra . ....Mar. 15 ,V yVJ i rt rrtPN ' AiSM"'- HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17 1002 Pmoe 5 Ckkts. Voii. X. No. 2073. SSlBaMI(WiaFrTS!!W ' '. ', " . . 1 Steamer Tablo. A I 'W i . 1 J.' ... flft' ' 'ni y r ' I " TWIN. w t uk Attorney Davis Delivers . Hot Philippic in Court. FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS . BAIL FOR MAMKICBI False Alarm and Red Letter Press Attorney General Knox on Judge '. Estee- -Tribute to High Sheriff Brown. There was more fervid oratory on the threadbare "transition period" be fore Judgo Estee In the United States District Court this morning. Some other business came first. Judge Estee announced he had re ceived the commission of Eugene It. Hendry as Marsha! of the United States for this District; To, oiihippts of Emperor William II, presumably satisfied that by this time the United States constitution had ..i.iriit n with the Star Spangled Ban ner, swore allegiance to the Union, Its constitution ano nag. in-y wru j.u Uendrlck Haake and James Gcrloff. j. W. Cathcart, Deputy Attorney neneral of tho Territory, was admitted to the bar of the Federal court on mo tion of R. D. Sllllman. Mr. Sllllman complained that ho had not been served with the findings, but nnlv the decree. In the case of Macfar- inn nn,i others acalnst Treasurer Wright, otherwise the Honolulu Brew ery case. Judgo Esteo Informed him tnat counsel had nothing to do with tho nndlngs, which requlre'd but to be passed upon by the court. He set the tlmo for entering the decree at 2 o'clock this afternoon, extending It latei till 16 o'clock tdmorrow. v Tho decree pronounces the beer law of 1888 unconstitutional and forbids the Treasurer to Issue any more retail licenses thereunder, going on to jay In Its prohibition: "And from in any manner or form, directly or Indirectly, doing or permit ting to be done any act or thing what ever under or pursuant to the afore said Chapter 40 of said Session Laws of 1888. and from In arty manner or form, directly or Indirectly, discrimi nating In favor of beers or other malt liquors brewed or manufactured with in said Territory, and from In any manner or form, directly or Indirectly, discriminating against beers or other malt liquors brewed or manufactured without said Territory." George A. Davis was on his feet while (he court wbb still attending to the Prlmo beer. He Had scarcely opened his mouth when W. A. Kinney with hat In hand and wearing a hur ried aspect, Intervened with a ques tion about the street railway case. Mr. Davis did not want to give way, but the court heard and satisfied Mr. Kinney In a moment. Then Mr. Da vis resumed, his matter being that of Osakl Manklchl, released on habeas corpus by that court only to bo again .nrrested by the Tepiltorlal authorities, 'Counsel wanted to have ball fixed for the prisoner. He complained that tho order allow ing an appeal had not been served on him. Fortunately ho had gained the opportunity of going before tho court of last resort the Federal Supreme Court where he learned tho status of the case. Mr. Davis quoted from the ball law of the extinct Republic of Hawaii and Justice Qalbralth's dissenting opinion In the- Hawaiian Supreme Court. Ac cording to the law, the amount of ball should not bo fixed so as to let tho wealthy cscapo nor make the provision useless to the poor. The dissenting opinion of Justlco Galbralth was unanswerable, -.Mr, Da vis said, and was in harmony with the Supreme Court's decision in Ex Parte 1 1 1 . 1 BABIES Always look sweet In a picture, especially if the picture bears tbo stamp of - RICE & PERKINS Wo havo all tho facil ities for Baby Photog raphy, Including tho patience Rice & Perkins, PHOTOGRAPHERS. Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and Union Sts. Entrance on Union. 3r ir Jk i Edwards. Tho whole trouble was mado by the Attorney1 (General of this Territory, with' a, red letter press 'be-. hind him shouting nn alarm all over tho land about yhe letting loose of murderers, rapists, etc, "As I told Attorney General Knox, whon you camo to this Territory your Honor could not; get a room to hold court In, and had tomake an order taking possession of portions of this building for ibb purposes of the Unit ed States Court. And the reply of At torney Qeneral Knox was, 'I wish to God we had mora Judges ilka Mm. I do not say this for flattery." An answer to tho false alarm over the release of prisoners was the Indict ment o'f Wade by a grand Jury, under which he was convicted and now serv ing sentence for manslaughter. "That Is tho answer to tho acro batic performances of Edmund Pear son Dole at the head ot the department of justice of this Territory." Mr. avls had grave doubts of tho connection ot the prisoner with the Kahuku riot murders and wob not ask ing a favor but a right. He should follow the caso through the court ot last resort of the Union and If Judgo Ea tee's decision was reversed Osakl Manklchl would bo surrendered by his sureties. The speaker held It was pure negli gence on the part of tho Attorney General and ot Judge Perry, then of tho Circuit Court, that a grand Jury was not empaneled In the first Instanco (Continued on page 8.) A Hill ARTHUR SPEAR AND HIS BRIDE NOW IN HONOLULU Young San Franciscan Speaks in Glowing Terms of Hawaii Nei Politics on , Coast. Among the arrivals In tho Sierra wore Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spoar ot San Franelsco, who will spend a fow weeks here on their. honeymoon trip, Mr.- Spears is a son oUthe Collector of the Port of San Francisco. Ho Is engaged In tbo auction business In that city and has also taken a promi nent' part in politics there during the past twolvo years. Mrs. Spears was formerly Miss In dia Willis Scott and Is well known in San Francisco society circles. Sho had mado her homo with Mrs. William Willis, 0110 of San Francisco's most prominent society leaders. Tho wed ding ot the young couple took placo at tho Willis homo on the 25th of last month. It proved to bo a very magnificent affair. Talking of politics In San Francisco, Mr. Spear. "Wo cannot say too miu-U much doing at present and that ho ex pects that this stato of affairs will continue for the next two months, Tho Flint faction and Governor Gage's forces arc preparing for a hard fight for tho Governorship, but Mr. Spears' opinion Is that thorn U a tolerable certainty that Gago will tic-re-elected. "Both my wife and I aro utterly charmed with theso Islands." said Mr. Spears. "Wo cannot say too mueh In their praise. Wo have both writ ten a number of letters homo and have expressed our great' pleasuro at coin ing here. Tho climate, sconory and the accommodations of tho Hawaiian Hotel and Its excellent management makes this an Ideal placo to stay. "In California ovoryono tnkes a lively Interest In tho Hawaiian Island and I havo no doubt that this place will develop Into one of tho greatest tourist countries In tho world. "Hawaiian sugar stocks aro pretty dull on tho Coast now and only small business Is dono In them on account of the nresent low condition of th-3 mar ket. However, as soon as inero is a raise, I am suro that confidence in these stocks will bo restored auii another big boom will probably bo the result." IK "MESSIAH' ' Ittil H r Tho "Mosilah" cdncert, which was postponed on account of tho Into ar rival of the Slerra,.bn which Madamo bo a very careful and comprehensive , ., ' " "'"' " u. ""-"' ... Genovra Johnstone Bishop was a Ps- treatment of tho oZljJ eenys 3 ho sengor, will take place tonight at I Uallan people and af tbo "' food. He g.ave an exhibition of club o'clock in Pnuahl Hill, Punahou. mission, and that It la our opinion that gwlnir , Bi.nw that hl tmdilv vlcnr There was a rehearsal of tho chorus Dr. Soreno Bishop and Professor W , ni n"tB wJ Z 1 y K last night. Mrs. Bishop was present J, Alexander mightwell do this work, " Cvo lost four noundsi' Bald Mr but did not sing as sho had not quite both In the Eng..h and In the Ha- J.t four pounds, ..Mr. .M??VJ!?A"'' I "Bo, but now I can go seven cert has been very successful. . over 300 tickets having been disposed of so far. PBLF BADLY WANTBD. Evidently the people aboard of the Solaco were very anxious to get hold of Clarence C. Pelf, a landsman who had overstayed Ills leave. On Saturday, a reward of (10 was offered for his cap ture and return aboard ship ond yes terday, the amount of tho toward was Increased to $20. Between 8 and 0 o'clock last night, Lieut. Gardner found Pelf standing on King street and placod-hlm under ar rest. Tho hluojackeT did not mnko even the slightest attempt at resis tance and went along to the pollco sta tion with the officer In as quiet a man ner as possible. He was returned aboard ship this forenoon, Mnga'tnes tound by the EVENIN 'IUM.7.CTIN. British Cruiser Phaeton SEEKS FOR CONDOR Over Many Miles of Sea Tho British cruiser Phaeton, twenty ono days from San Francisco, arrived here this morning after a fruitless search for the Ill-fated sloop ot war Condor which sailed from Esquimau for this port on December 2d of last rear. The Phaeton was one of the first ves sels sent out after the missing vessel when the Drltlsh navil authorities be came alarmed for her safety. Sho cruised along the northern coast and put In at Astoria and then went to San Francisco. Her search was with out avail and no signs of the missing vessel wero found. At San Francisco tho Phaeton coal ed and received orders to como to this port. She snlled twenty-one days ago And since then has been zlg-zaggalng all the way to port. She steamed at tho rate of from eight to ten knots an hour and a sharp lookout was kept all the while. With the exception of one vessel nothing was seen by the Phaeton on her way north. Soon after I leaving San Francisco tho cruiser en-' countered the weather reported by the late Incoming coast steamers and had a very hard time of It. However, be ing a very line sea boat, she mado -?sy-s2-?-J-r3 rJfz-ez -en ? &&&: -ex -cJm - c - K mmmmm m mimsis mat HEARS AN INTERESTING F;APER BY DR. BISHOP On " What is Christianity ? "- -Some Vivid' Pictures of Large Mission ary Gatherings in Old Days. The regular weekly meeting of tho Ministerial Union was held this fore- noon nt 10 o'clock In tho Centrnl Un- . . , ,. ,!.' ion Church parlors. Tho prqceedlngs were opened with prayer by Rev. O. d r.mn;nn .horonnnn nn nnnnvmous P. Emerson, whereupon nn nnonymous communication on certain religious questions, was read. Rev. W. D. Wes- tervelt gavo a roport 0 the work dono t by tho Murphy Tcmpernnco Club. showing that tho orgnnlaztlon Is grail- unlly progressing nnd that It Is doing successful worn. Under tho book reviews camo a lengthy dlscsuston of Adolph Har oni,'a i.nni.- "Whnt Is Chrlstianlt v : Revs. O. L. Pearson and W. M. Kln- Ewa Mill. Feb. 17. A masquorado cold spoko at length In favor of tho ball was given at Ewa pavilion Sat !, t I urday evening. About 100 peoplo wore The feature of tho meeting. Rov. Se- In attendance and as many different reno Bishop's paper on tho "Hawaiian characters represented. Masks were Revival." followed. Mr. Bishop began removed at 10 p. m. and dancing was with a discussion ot tno earlier Calvin- resumed until 12 o'clock, after which Istlc theology and the Increased In- delicious refreshments were served, fluenco which came with tho mission- Tho music was furnished by Solomon's nrlea from Auburn Seminary, who orchestra. landed here In 1828. Ho lam stress on how theso latter missionaries set forth God as tho Lord 01 iovo in op position to tho Lord of wrath In ac cordance with tho Calvlntstlc preach ing. Ho also gave some vivid pie turos of tho largo missionary gainer Ings which were held In Hllo under Rev. Mr. San and at Walmca, Hawaii, under Rev. Mr. Lyons. Mr. uisnoy tnM nf a nartlcularly Interesting meetlne held at Ewa. when ho waB a boy of about 12 years of age. At this meeting there wero over ouuu pi-upis present. Over 40U were convened right on tho spot. After tho reading of tho paper the following resolution wbb passed on motion of Rev. O. P. Emerson, second ed by Rev.' Mr. Leadlngham: "neaolved. That It Is tho feellhg ol .. . - . ..- 1.. I .k.4 VI? ?i.",hVrft.' r .bn, IL in VCll lllllfUt tUUt ..v-- UhoBubJect lot mm ii,""lon bv,:, no deflnitoiplanB were reached. I Present at tho moeUng wero the fol- Wng: Rov. John P. Erdinan. I ov. Win. M. Kincaia, uov a. a. muvk ley. Rev. G. L. Pearson, Rov. Soreni Bishop, ltev. turam wngnnni, ulv, O, II, Gullclc, Rov. J. Ldadlngham Rov. A. V. Soaros, Rov. W. U. Rico. ReV. J. D. Wnldron, Rev. W. D- w3- tervelt. Prof. W. D. Alexander, Prof. Thco. Richards, Dr. W. B. Ellsen ,ind others. Tho next meeting of the Ministe rial Union will take place on March 3, whon Rov, William Morris Klncald will speak on "Sectarianism," treating the troublo which comes, especially In tho Eastern States, from church rival --,--;---::. i,.r. ry and how It Interferes with Chris tlan v,otk. Last year Germany Imported 978,078 tonB of petroleum. 825,2oo tons of it from tho United States. Thoro has been llttlo change lit tno annual con sumption of oil by Germany within I six -years. much better weather of tho storms which beset her than tho other' boats. Some little damage was done 'to her by the big waves which are reported to have been remarkably high. This morning, as soon as tho Phae ton entered tho harbor, she was board ed by Lieutenant Rodman ot the U, S. S. Iroquois. The American flag was displayed at the main and a saluto ot twenty-one guns was fired, this bo Ing returned by the hoisting ot the Drltlsh flag at the naval station and the firing of a salute from tho shore battery. Soon after the Phaeton's ar rival Drltlsh Commissioner Hoare went aboard and delivered sealed or ders to Captain Fleet, Tho Phaeton will remain hero until the 22d Inst., when it Is posslblo sho will depart for Kannlng's Island to further 'prosecute tho search for the Condor. Among the officers and men aboard, however. there seems to be llttlo nope that tho missing vessel will ever be heard of again unless there Is somo large piece of wcockago picked up, which will set1 tie beyond the possibility of a doubt 'the fact that tho Condor is a total loss Jn mooring In tho stream, the Phao- ton had trouble In a sudden easterly squall which mado her drift upon the A big marine from tho Solace calloJ at tho pollco station this forrnoon and asked for Dig Jim Kupthe, the turn key. Ho turned out to bo an old friend ot tho native officer and tho two had quite a love feast. I It seems that when the marlnii vis ited Honolulu a couple of years ago, he was arrested while In a stato ot krA Intoxication. He wag taken to tha police station by Jim Kuplhei One there ho put up a fight and-the native knocked him down. In place of be coming angry, tho marine arose, so bered somewhat, and shook1 hands with the officer, telling him that ho was tho only man who' had ever knock, ed him down. Ho wished to becomo his friend forever. Jim thought nt tho tlmo that thin "J ' ot ,10tn,Ir- ""J he ha,i ''';ca' slon to learn differently somo tlmo lator when tho So,aco return5(l from Samoa, tho marine was aboard ,i ., , i.i . .., i,- ..oil. nn.i when ha could cot ashore, he calt ,t nt the pollco station and found jm, in his possession was a flno R0 watch, which ho turned over to tho native. Tho call this forenoon wati from tho Bamo man. . . .EWA MASQUERADE BALL WATANABE, CARVER. Watanabe, tho man who Is accused of carving three men In Iwllcl during a drunken brawl a fow nights ago. '" kp- Court this forenoon Ho stated that ,""""- " ...-..-.. -"- lection whatever of what he did do. At tho request of Attorney Chilling- worth who appeared for tho defendant, ine case weni over until tomorrow. STARVES SEMI-ANNUALLY. Beth C. Rhodes. President of a watch-tool company, says tho best way to repair the human stomach Is to starvo. VI keep In flno condition," 1 niui.u. , 'W ho, "by semi-annual starving p. I,l ,.,.. .! am . "My Idea In going without food for ' . . " . ,.... nn(f , .,..,. tVouulo. Tho theory of Dr. n week Is tho result of investigations stomach troublos. Tho theory of Dr. Hentsch that tho stomach should be 'laid up for rest and repairs' occasion ally, strcuk mo as sensible. I have tried It with pleasing results. My stomach has been restored to a re- heaUh "-Chicago Exchange licaltn' u"cag0 '""'S6- liable state, and I am In vigorous Washington, Feb. 7. Two aniriinrn were hanged today lu the Philippines in execution of sentences Imposed by military commissions by which they wore tried and convicted. Their names were uamonu A. uuuubu nun i.unm - nuBse1 and bo, were atchmi to TrQop E Nnt)i Cnvalry a negr0 rcg. were Edmond A. Duboso nnd Lewis ment. Whllo their troop was operat- Ing ngalnst the Insurgents In the province of Albay last August these two men deserted and wcr- afterward discovered serving In the ranks of tho enemy. slcamers James Makee and Hanalel anchored in Naval row. No datnago was done, other than tho scratching of the paint of the Island steamers and tus war vessel. Tbo quickness with which the oirtcers and men aboard tho Phaeton went to work to get her out of her difficulty was commendablo and saved what might have been a most serious mishap. The wind which con tlnued to blow made the work of moor ing extremely difficult but sho was finally got Into position and safely se cured. Whle here, tho men of the Phaeton will bo given shoro liberty. There are about three hundred and twenty off! cers and men aboard. Her full comull ment Is thrco hundred and sixty but while in Esquimau there were many desertions. It Is probablo that vlsl tors win do receiveu aboard tho ves sel before her departure. The Phaeton Is a second class cruls er of about 4000 tons displacement and lias seen much service in the Pa cific, having mado many trips be tween Esquimau and far southern ports. Her commander, Captain Fleet, was formerly In command of tho Icarus and Is well acquainted with tho Pacific Islands. - m - - cx - fx - rJ - rJ - r HAVE PAID $7000 MORTGAGE ON CHURCH Paid Other. Les3 Important Debts-flood Work of Pastor. Pearson and His Flock. The Honolulu Methodist ot Febru ary 16 says: What "Mr. Faintheart" considered an Impossible' task sixteen months ago is today an accomplished fact I ,,'".." hi . rt inrtSini S "' "a,i tt mortgngo Indebtedness of In October, 1900, tho "poor Mctho- seven thousand dollars hanging Ilka A Damocles' sword over their head. Ilesldcs this heavy burden thei'A wero other obligations to bo met and Improvements to bo mado that ucces Rltntod a fiirthi-r outlay of moro than S2000. It was a condition to mnko an nrd! nary mortal's courago go in hiding below tho zero mark. Hut at that time tho FlrBt Methodist Episcopal Church of Honolulu did mil 1 havo on "ordinary" pastor, And Its olllccrs were not simply "oc dlnary" men. And tho womenwhy, bless yoi;; they weni all Miriams and Ruths nm! Eunices and Dorcases! "Mr. Faintheart" wob told to 'g way back and sit down," and every body else went to work. Our own peoplo and peoplo ot otlur churches and of no churches respond ed with great generosity to the call fur help. Cement sldowalks were laid, needed ropalrs wero mado at tho parsonage, and sundry small debts woro clcarel up. Then on the third day of thin same month of Februarj, In this guid year of 1902, tho holder of the tnoitgagii was handed tho neal llttlo rum of 17000 In good nnd lawful money of tlm United States of America. And that set us free from debt n a congregation of the Methodist EpU copal Church. 'Soon wo expect to havo n "Jolllfav tlon meeting," when wo want, every body and his cousin to come and re Jolco with us. Washington, Feb. 1. Tho movement for strong Federal restriction of poly gamy by means of an amendment to tho Constitution, has taken form again and In response to-many petitions and letters urging action tho House Com mltteo on Judiciary todny fixed Febru nry 25 for a hearing on the subject. Vienna. Feb. 7. Tho greatest single purchase of typewriters ever made has been ordered by the Ministry of Jus tlco, whlcli, nfter three months of ex haustive competitive tests, has con tracted to equip tho entire Ministry with not less than 1200 Smith Premier typewriters, supplying every court. Kipling, In his latest poem, speaks ot tho football artists as the "muddled calves at thu goals," Ail right, Rud- yard. You'll bo caught on a Rugby flold some day and then whew-w' Pittsburg Leader. S.S. ALAMEDA, FEBRUARY 26 NEXT EXPRESS STEAMER TO COAST Wells, Fargo & Go. Express TEL. MAIN 199. Masonic Temple, with American Mbs- tenner Service. BURGESS' BOTTLED MESSAGE. John Sylva, known among the bi cycle racing fraternity of the city as the "Manoa Wonder," went on a tramp from Manoa valley yesterday morning Ho took the trail across the topmost ridge and wound up at tho highest point, to tho right of the Pall. Notic ing n bottle under one o( the near by trees, ho examined It out of curiosity and found that there was a message on th clnslde. Pulling the cork, ho took the Inside. Puling the cork, he took It the following: Anyone reaching this point will please ring up Dr. Burgess, Telephone Main No, 128. STRUCK QUICKSAND. Air. anci Mrs. 1;. a. uunna nan a very exciting tlmo yesterday nfternoon on tho other side of Diamond Hem! while driving to Ntu. On tho road which Is at places full of qulcksanj their horso and buggy became mired and It was only by the greatest ot cl- forts that tho animal and rig were saved. Doth Mr. nnd Mrs. Cuna had hard work to save themselves and their rg, but finally managed to get everything safely on dry land. They wero given refreshment and rest at the houso of Charley Lucas, near tho scene of the difficulty. YACHTS FIND A CALM THAT IS CONTINUOUS Judge Wilcox Hoisted Distress Signal But Even That Would Not Fly Breeze In Afternoon. When Sunday dawned many ot tho yachtsmen of tho city thought thoy were to hnve n flno dav. Tho wind seemed to be brisk nnd of Just the' nature to glvo promise of a fine day'w , sail, nie consequence wbb mai mere president; Jas. Klrkland, vice presl waB a busy sccno at the boat houses 1 .,.. nn iinn. nem-mn- n. n. i.nf. at the hour when tho yachtsmen usu- k, treasurer; F. J. Wheeler auditor? !1L'1nrt,tLAlrEn mS! t M In the naraef mado and there were Bevcn or eight. ,. , ,. .,,.. yachts that started. Tho breoio was' tho,l.lrm TTl',0,? " I'T delightful and thcro was every prom.-"1"1 the caPltal lltock '35-000 wllh l'rlv Ibo of n most delightful time, ' "n Increase to 1100.000. Wol- Somo of the yachts went out to ll"i 1 tne company's place of busl warda Diamond Head, whllo others ncss. President Wndsworth In con took tho other direction and sailed slderatlon of (31,000 conveys a piece ot away towards Pearl Harbor. Soon It 1 land and a plant for the business, tak wob noticed that tbo wind which had ng 200 shares of the capital stock. The been blowing In tho harbor was not to ' rc8t 0f It Is subscribed by 31 persons bs found outside nnd many was tho ln jotB ofi ten shares and less tin long face that showed at lljo tlllorn. amount paid up being 8500. Judgo Wilcox, who went In the. .llroc- Profe8l,or KocbeIo, the Territorial iis ttwir'Sf ffi est jssssxtzs1 "Wo had not got very far when th A1mUCa .n h"lnt co,nn '' u-tn.i ,110,1 nn ontir,.K- nmi mir kMU the Department of Agriculture. His flapped In an ominous manner. Wo drifted along without getting nny- whero. and I hoisted my flag to at- tract the attention of tho Young boys tho pest now upon the lantana, ns the In order to havo them scu-l out si ' latter is feared to bo a menace to cof lnunch to bring mo and my friend . fee nnd other useful plants. Prof, homo. Would you bellovo If rhero , Koebolo will also, If he goes, lnvcBtl was not enough of a breeio to make gata different matters on behalf of tho mo nag ny unu wo iniseu nuom ... a nasty sea until about 2 a 1 clock whon a slight breczo sprang up and wi wore Anally ablo to get home Tho other yachts had tho same ex perience as that recounted by Judge Wilcox. Among the boats that went out were tho following; Gladys, T. W. Hobron; Hawaii, Judgo Wilcox; Myr tle, George Crozler; Plrato. Ned Chap man; Kahuna, Albert Cunha; Wlltiwl kl, Chris Johnson, and Columbia, C, D. Walker. HUNTERS WI1RE COLD. A Iti.ntl.Kv n.rlu nnnalatlnt, nf ffin. .MB I'UkJ VW...,.( ,. tain Black. William Lang. W. Cunning- ham nnd Ed. Mclncrny Bpent yesterday pleasantly shooting at Hnlcmano. bo an affair of very great pleasure. They report that In tho morning tho The guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Cooper weather was exceedingly cold up on woro: Prlnco nnd Princess Jonah Ka the plains, which were actually coer-laulnnaole, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown, ed with a clear whlto frost. The fin-, Mr. and Mrs. Berg, Mr. and Mrs. Blge gers, toes and noses of the sportsmen .low, Miss Dickson, Miss Degetau, ir. wero benumbed by the cold, which also I Oovoy. Mr. Dickson nnd Mr. Walters, prevented tho bags being as well tllU-lj There was an especially prepared as usual, ns the pheasants did nut menu. Tho tablo was tastefully dec come out from cover. Captain Block orated In pink and green. After tho says that It was tho coldest wealuir he has experienced during nil his thlr - ty-slx years Btay on these islands. HAH11T0N JcunP ffl3i SROWH 'Mm JACiLj, ( a wo offer you a pair of Hamilton-Brown Security Lace Shoes. W know they will bo most satisfactory and make you a permanent cus tomer of ours. Manufacturers I05T FORT 8T. mm k Professor Koebele May Be Sent to South America. WA1K1KI INN MUST HAVE NEW LICENSE Application For Kalihi Land at $300 an Acre Incorporation of Maui Soda and Ice Works. Atkinson & Judd appeared beforo the executive council this morning to represent L. II. Deo who as purchaser of Wulklkl Inn applied for a transfer ot the liquor license held formerly by H. N. Almy to himself. As licenses aro not transferable tile attorneys were Informed that an application for a new license would be required. James H. Boyd, for the Commission er of Lands, submitted an application of It. C. Meyers for land at Kallhl, of fering $300 an acre. It was referred to W. E. Wall, chief of government sur vey, for a report. A large supply of the Report of tho Governor of Hawaii to tho Secretary ot tho Interior, In bound form, has Just been received and Is being distributed by Secretary Cooper. The Dulletln ac knowledges a copy. Articles ot association of tho Maul Soda and Ico Works Co., Ltd., liavj been filed In tho Treasurer's office. Tho Incorporators, who aro also'tlio first officers elected, are: R. A. Wndsworth, main errand will bo tho double one ot finding nn Insect to destroy tho lantana shrub pest and another one to attack , ndu8try. Dcsi,iM, bo wm ,ook . . ' . dcnartment. for seeds desired by the department. Commissioner Taylor hopes he may find the right kind of rubber tree seed for Hawaii, as tbat procured from Mexico has proved n .'allure. I. i (H FORTIETH W. a, Cooper of tho First National Bank passed his fortieth birthday on Saturday last and, by way of doing a llttlo toward shaking off tho aged feel- tnv (tint anamnd tn tnltn t.nl.l nt IiIm ..., ...fc ."HIVll .V .HnW ,,U(M IH Ul, he gavo a Jolly dinner party ot fifteen .at the Moana Hotel which proved to dinner, tho dining hall was cleared .and dancing to music by a native or- 'cbeslra was indulged in. Misses' Spring Heel School Shoe Most girls aro bord on shoes, especially so whllo at school. Only good, honestly mado shoes can stniid such service very long. $2:00 Shoe Store ."il 1 4 J '2i!