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.it. ii a n I. . . i ; . . i FREED OF it 1 MURDER BY JURY jury Decides He Did Not Kill v Thirteen-Xear-Old George Kanoa BRILLIANT ADDRESS BY '-.: ANDREWS AS CASE CLOSES' Young Defendant Has Still To :"H Answer For Death of .'. tittle Kama .; : DIKRS im Keawl iteawekane, tried during the "part week before a jury In Judge Aah- ford's division of the -local cireoit court, m found not guilty shortly be fore nine o'clock last night of the death of George Kanoa. , ,,. , .. ', " The ease went to the Jury shortly be - fore eii o'clock At hslf-pest si, when ;: the Jurore wore eeht out to dinner, the ; nry stood seven to five, but the court ' . was not Informed hieh way. ' -' 'lthoug.h cleared of the death' of George Keawekane atlH has' hanging ' over him the Indictment charging htm with the death of Kama , Kanoa, t younger brother of the I other Kanoa. When thi ' . thing unk were exct o'clock next 'Monday morning ' .further disposition of the eeeond ae was" announced. Keawekane ; returned, to jail last night after the jury estab lished hia Innocence Of the first-degree , murder' charge,, lit the ease tried. ' ., Asdrewa Roast Everybody .' .. ' v The trial bf Keawekane on the charge of killing thirteen-year-old George Kanoa was brought to a elima late ' , yesterday afternoon when bia attorney, Umi Andrews, roasted the detective bureau,' the poliee department "and the office of" the city attorney. Andrews - did not mince' his words. lfis language was plain and pointed, and the roast " , was as scathing a onejas has been heard in court circles for many years. An-1 (Continued from taga 1) town of Roeux had been loet,-4' follow ing a strong British counter-attack.' V " While the steady progress of the British and French on the western front Is forcing the Berlin authorities to eoo; ten'trate all possible force la those sec tions, the brilliant success that Is at tending the Italian offensive against the Austrlans threatens to drain still more troops from the German man reservoir, for Austria appears to be unable to stem the Soman flood. . Yesterday General Cadorna. the commander of the Italian armies, announced that hia men had taken truino, less .' than twelve milee from .Trieste -toward wliicn ine iana are moving .rapidly. . .The Italians are apparently planning a great flank ing movement against the Carso pla teau, which e-uarda the seaport. Since Monday the Italians report the capture of 4021 prisoners. The offensive in Macedonia appears to be continuing, with the British gala in'ff mound ranidlv. Reierta from Bul garia- tell 6f marked discontent with the War', lengtn nt tbat country.,, , ini Anrw dim IIOIIOLU LU STREETS T OF ALL Manila, Havana and San Juan far Ahead of This City , : I- sri-i-n' 4 - .7 - in i ins nespeci III U1LLN BEFORE PRES1DEMT brother of thMotaer xienoa. t tiM u n UMt for s ease will go to trial is -some- rf nndpf the -prtvion, of ,1 known, for when the Jurors bil,;whicll incJodei unmarried n ensed last night ont.l niaeb,( we n mnfl thlrt Jfi (Concluded from rag 1) which all those who are liable for con the men twantv-nn and thirty Tears -oia not viurrwin xruin, ui. T" with etty -or i county eieras. -toe euthorfties state that they expect the lists of men liable for military duty will be completed within ilve days after registration day. . ' 1 1 . Liouor Is barred from all military trsininir eamns under one of the lav nortant nrovisioas of the bill. ' Efforts ta nrnhihit entirely the aale or trans portative ef liquor during ' the period of the war failed, but congress enacted drastic prohibition for the training camps, and provided other moral aafe fruarda for the youth of the Nation who are-' to be elld lito their Country service. '!.' .;..'. .oiieil t Jtsperation by Vho sham's JB element or curea nv arrest ior vcriir.T, iis -r fkahhnaisra seemed connected with Ith?' Mary Henry, a. young Portuguese wo- GlRt ARRESTEDSEEKS K . ; TO COMMIT SUICIDE drews roasted particularly Attorney ' William J. Kheldoa, wtom le. claimed cooked up 'a, fraudulent confession al leged to have been 'made by Keriwe- j sane, and in which, the young defend ant waa said to have admitted that he had killed both ' George and Kama Kanoa.' .'. : ' , V ; , ' In t wanner, kHfy Attorney Brown kpoliglxed ' for Wbeldon's . connection and conduct ii.thecee, but he. claimudt mar. lnHnmucu as a certain element of and Sheldon belnir sn nurt in ' man. httemnfed to kill herself ' last , the fiuperstitious belief of hfs people,. nlRhf, by taking siWef salts at he real. either his -department nor the detec- '.'I. have been traveling throuch the United ;Btate, " the rhllippiries, Cuba and Porte Bi the greater part of the last two years and I say without quail- nosiion mat the worst streets that 1 have aeen In any city in any of the eountries named are those' In Honolulu. wot only are they the worst, but they re Infinitely woree than any other place , I lave beer in." na taid C J. lleaemann of the Honolulu Iron Works to a representative of The Advertiser. ; tl eannot understand," continued Mr. Hedemann, "why Havana and Han Juan and Manila, which are situated la a similar climate to that of Hawaii. should have well nigh perfect streets, and why Honolulu should have aueh dls gracefnl ones, that It makes me ashamed to drive a strange around the city.1 - "We certainly are as Intelligenti-of at least we are supposed to be as'ars the 'residents of the cities I kave named; aad yet, somehow or other we fail com pletely to get even decent streets, while they have splendid ones. ' "In and about Manila, away oat into the country! wherever I went I saw section men, each in charge of a section about three miles long or thereabout. '"Each section man wore a uniform and had hia section designated by little signs at the aide of the road. , "Along the aide of the road there were little piles of ertished stone avail able to repair the road as loon as th slightest hollow spueared. . ' was tniormed that prUea were of fered for the beet kept sections aad tke wlnera wore I warded certificates of ex cellence, . v ' ' i'he result is that these section men take pride 4n their Sections an,d keep them in order. I noticed in a number 6f places that even the grass alosg the aide of the road was ' trimmed to a straight line, and that flowers and ahmbs h.id been nlontsd. ' " "It is the only , system; by which roads eaa be assured. In other words, it is a system by which roads are kept from getting out of repair, Instead of letting boles wear nd.the,a building the road ovtr again." n . Collector J. F. Haley Returns Uncle Samf Two Million Stamps Two million Internal revenne stamps, rnpresenting a' fai'e value of between seventy five and one humlrod thousand dollars, are being returned in the aext marl to Washington by Collector John F. Haley. The stamps are obsolete, .ow ing to changes made by the lute and present congress in the matter' of revenue collections.- h i- ' .. However, Collector Haley 'e office will not remain stampless, for yesterday he recoived a consignment of new stamps, about the sapie in number and value-as-those1 ho; has packed up to return to Washington. As usual, the stamps will be sold for cash, without discount, at face value, the H. C. of not hiving . yet hit the internal revenue department. The ertii-e staff is mnking prepara tions already for the collection of the various taxes and fees due the feAeral government and which are to be paid oa or before Juae'3(), next, the close oi toe sacai period . . . (1.v,( ALIEHFOESlSt-i -denartment nor tha deter tive bureau should have been censured Yor Sheldon's part In the case, . : - ' - Brown on Eloquence of Opposition . ' Andrews spoke for an hour and' a half and bo wig eloquent. He tort down' the prosecution's ease to shreds. ridiculed th theory advanced by the. dence. on School Ktreet. " Tire Suffering' .'woman was ' taken the. erncTBene eloquence that later brought City Attor ney Browa to remark to the iurv tk.il Andrews stood second to none in elo quence hen be addressed a jury. ' . "But don't let bis great eloquence befog the atmosphere; dont let it cloud the issue Browa advised the iurors. Keawekano, whose age is said to to i i to :y hpial in the ambit- n and after" relief . had been ob tained y the use' of a stomuch-pump, was' Vent home. '- ' ' Mary .Henry and Helen Brown were arrested oa a chargr ot. vagrancy oa government, assailed the nllermd eo.i. i uc"7 ""! , ... :?eentinued ia the noIJeo-coun on vm- "-ib pwtu wuiKeu on (an jury wnn an . -i -w o . w .... eloquence that later brought city Atto,":, ?"dty : "4 hk. Km.. i - ia V oe mairwu ,o a. autun-. - J V" sai V SK V IU JUI J slilV CASE AGAINST ROENITZ. . HELD" UP. .ONCE AGAIN . The ease of George Boenita, charged but sixteen', was indietnl tiV th .ron.i with osDionage,' Waa again put over yes- jury oh cWgoa of killing the two boys, terday,' being now 'set for tomorrow the' older; but thirteen, and the'yoaagef afteraoon. The reason for postpone only nipe years of age. The two little nient is thst Attorney. E. C. Peters, who brotherj were killed In a aroall'aha k in' rcpresenta Jtoenjta, is engagwi in' k Jury ; upjmrMak.kf Valley on January 8, last. trlnl in the oireuH court ' VV cunjm iuu jpoiiiicm (o Jkeaweaana, Who was arrested, lodged in jail, and pine days later was taken to Sheldon's oOiee, where the alleged confession waa aaid to have been obtained from tbejtle fonrlsnt, - He was tbea Indicted. . PeUllaofOonfesalon" f : . According to tbia confession, Keawi Keawekane, who la probably the yoOng- " est defendant ever tried iq Hawaii for 'murder, with George and Kama Kanoa ' were engaged lii piecing together a pie f uro puile on the floor of the shack. They railed It a game, and there waa to lie a winner and a loser Of the same. "Kama, tha younger of the Kanoa broth-' wra, seemed to have 'won the "game.' 1 There waa a dispute and Kama called Kcawekaae a "crook." This hight ened the argument, aad 4 row was the next tep. . , -i . . s ' Kurtherj still according to this same ' alleged confesiiion which Sheldon is said to have secured from the defendant and which Keawekane ia aaid to have later: confirmed to Captaia ef Detectives Me lnffie and City Attorney Brown, Ueorge, the older Kauoa boy, grabbed aa axe and attacked Keawekane, The latter secured a stick and warded off the blows of the axe wielded by George. , lie theu got the- weapon away from George, but, meanwhile, Kama, the younger brother, had gone outside and secured a hatchet with which ha also attacked Koawe- kane. - . , ' Gruesome Evidence of Ortmo ' ' r Kewkaue is said to havo odmitte! tbat he then killed the two brothers. , The hatchet blade was found Imbedded In the head of Kama when the puliee were taken to the scene of the murder. In the witneHa staud Keawekane on Wednesday and yesterday denied em phatically that" he had killed the Kauoa boy. He told the jury that when taken before Sheldon the latter had told him that if he did not confess he would be hanged and if he confessed he would go free. Keawekane said that he had not quite understood Sheldon and that the answers ho gave the lawyer were . prompted and coached by Sheldon Mm solf.V His mother had been present aud (die, when ' Sheldon tmrned td her and said thst her sou had admitted the kill iiug of the boys, said that he had not said anything of the kind. Wnlted In Vain For Bona . lleverliug to theatory tdd by. the police, Mrs. Kanoa, mother of the uuir- . dered boys, on January 8 was lower mumr.s pi ap.f is E PRUSSIA SENDING -J1ESI0EIELDS REGISTER AT ONC Hubcr Issues Instructions Gov crning Conduct of Germans y ' In This City Youngster of Cities Are To Be Given Vacation In the v ; - Country Districts Gospel Mission - Closes' Deal -For V;": Farm In Paloto'Yalley : 'trS " District : 1 don a iV the valley at ,tbe home, ot a friend and from there .she, sent fieArge and Kama tp their home with a small bag ot pol, each. Having told" them to hurry back and they" not having done so she-went 'In their search and on the way up met Keawekane, who uppeered somewhut out Of breath a If from run ning and was tightening the belt o( bis- tfouserr. " Keawekane told her that the two bnvs were Hoed aad led the mother to the shack. - There aeema to be a missing liak about here. However, still accord- tin To tua Doliceu Keamekaae went to his mother later to wkora he told tlmt ke hsd' killed the boys, She washed hia blood staler; etottu-s, which later were found by the police still dreucbed from the washing. - Wra. Keawekane advised, ber aon to run away and hide, but he decided to "bluff it out" and play the game boldly and coldly. . Mystery lii tbe Case , t Puring the trial of the case just closed auotbsr Hawaiian woman testi fied tbat oa the day' of the murder she had left tha city on her. way up Makl kt and that later, probably about elev en o'clock that morning, she had seen a man apparently running awny and hiding in the bushea. ' Attorney Andrews ia summing up tbe ease yesterday before the jury referred to the fact that within a mile or three quarters of a mll from the scene of the murder ia established a prison camp, where convicted murderers, thugs aad other criminals are housed and that ia their work they roam generally about that part of the country. He intimated broadly that one of these convicts might be the real murderer of the Kanoa boys. . V i The testimony of the woman who claimed she baa seen a man running away. In the vicinity of the murder that Am morulug, lent color to the theory that some jirlsoner might know more of the murder than has been told, was the claim. ' -; - j. The jury which last night acquitted young -Keawekane of the. murder 'of Gonrge Kanoa was made up as fallows: I. ut P.' 1'eriisadec, George K. Bruas, 1). K. King, Hubert Asam, L'. I. George, II. H. Murray, T U' I,. MeGuire, J, IjlWreuce 1 Boblnsun,'Moreh K. lllilvfc, Ams Jacousoii, H, ii. Vyi'U B( Guorge V. de, Ia Nux. , ' ' v. i i Th honisste! of judge Clew, Quiaa, ia,talido Valley, about two milos above the.Wslutae rar Uae, has, it , was ' an nounced yesterday, been' leased with an option to purchase for the Gospel. Mis sion Home, which will within a. -short lime, erect there dormitories' for boys, llin ll4 " ' , 1. V. kibv M . The Gocpel Mission at present m'atn talus two homes, one for boya. the bther for women and girls. - Superintendent W. E. Pietsch has been of the oniolon for some time, however, that an indus j trial farm oloso' to the city would be 1 belter, especially for the women and girla, and has been searching for a hx-a, tion.. ' The (juinO place was finally de elded unon and haa been troeurc t. . , : Superintendent I'ietscn. ' announced last night that he hopes that arrange juonts fcau bvms4i with the department lot the establleninent or a public school lieur the "f arm.) He pointed out that thore are ihM .flfty. children at the tion pal Mission Homes W ho' will need school jn 4. - lie ambled that there afe also Ifly rbiidreir now living In the vlcinitt of the locality "of thi proposed School who are now walking a couple of miles to tbe LUiuokalani Si hool, If the 'school ghked for is grauted by the dopattraent these children could be Cared lor rnr the'r homes. ' - , The work of the liilsslotk ) largely omopg Porto Ricans, about thirty of thst race being. In tbe present homes. Mr. rietsck expects to map out a floft nite program ot work among the Porto Ricaus. ' . "' , , ' : Announcement Is made of a reception and rally to be held at the Gospel Mis sion,' , King", aud Liliha Stre s, neat Tuesday evening, Tor i'ijo ttican.- HARBOR BOARD HANDLES i ; MUCH ROUTINE BUSINESS . Considerable routine work waa hand led Vv the harbor board at its meeting yesterday, afterooou, txt, for lack of time n. lot of other matters want over to the next meeting, which., will be held at oae-tfcirty o Thursday atjter noon- coming. , ' ' ; ' Th Standard Oil Coropaay. repoHed that it ia awaitin? tbe action of the board on the question of tariff-before laying its pipe system on Jvubio wnarr in hup oay. , There are to De tares separate pipes to handle respectively, gasoline, distillate and kerosene. Ac lion in this regard was deferred fey the uoaru to oe taken up at tus aeat wae I.. 1 ' ' .. . .Representatives 0J j rJ-TsJuag Engineering Company1 appeared before toe doom la regard to the wort on Tiers b. and 1U. now under construe- tton. ' Together with Chairman Forbes, the representatives will meet at eight thirty this morning on the site to de ride on the method and other engia eering problems concerned ia the con struction of the structures. ' James A. Kennedy, president and manager' of the Ipter-Island Steam Navigation Company remarked that if .. (B.Tae AssocUtsd Tri , " THE MAGUK, May 1() The iown- bred .ehildrea of Prussia are to emi grate to the country this suinmer,i'not la partiea but in .veritable armies, if the latest movement, under the patron age of German Kmpress Augusta-Vie- toria ia successful.. From the . back streets of" grimpwar-berlouded Berlin and other' big' cities, they are to be transferred for 'two months to the smil ing meadows, farms and villngcs of the open countryside; from the gnswing want of the towns to the sources of ierrasny's food produttion. i " The Prnsstan Ministers of the inter ior,, of education and of agriculture have jointly addressed a proclamation to the population, wherein they declare that much greater efforts than last yenr must be made this summer to accommo date such children,. They sum up the advhntagea' which the public interest derives therefrom. , Fathers at - the front and mothers at home are relieved . of a. brushing tmtdew -ef cars If they now their children, are well oared for, and 'their ownterngth.- ia 'thereby re- laroreea. . iae moraert ana aisiers or the youngsters get more opportunity to undertake work in tae interests or tbe fatherland. ' The large, towns are re lieved of the Care 'of feeding the Chil dren,- to that ' there is more food for In accordance with orders received from Washington, United States Dis trict ,Attorniy 8. C Huber, yesterday issued an order to the effect that in future alien enemies residing or key ing business ia the restricted arena within a half mile of forts or other government works,, whether they havo heretofore registered or not, win be re quired to secure permits from the Uni ted Ktates marshal. ' The only exceptions accorded will be to persona traveling through aueh re stricted arena on common earners ana persona employed on aueh Carriers. " Vnjtcd Mates District Attorney Hu her's. statement is as follows! 'All citisens, denlaens or subjects of Getmany will please take aotioo tbat: "Whereas, the construction placed upon the terms used In the portion of section four of tbe President'! Order of April . 1917, hereinft i"'oed, places a large portion" of the 'down town businvks district ' or tue Un u( Honolulu within the restricted area It Is, therefore,' ABSOLUTELY NECES HAKf that you at once register at the ofiiee of the United Slates marshal, Model block, City of Honolulu. Tbat you will be required to have permits if you 'approach or ba found withia one-half mile of any federal or state fort eomp, arsenal, airsraft station, government or aaval vessel, navy yard, factory or 'workshop for tbe maaufae tore of munitions of war or of aay PRIMARY CAMPAIGU WILL CLOSE , WITH J BIG BANG OIIIGH Republicans and Democrats Will Hofd Forth ALAala Park Meetings';;,, COHEN COHORTS TO GATHER FORAST RALLY AT BIJOU Long Out "Roorbock'' May Come 1 Today, Predicted - Wise . Ones Yesterday HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Itnaohilit, Ma IT, 1017. TOOK J0 products of the army or navy. "The only exception to the require ment of permits is as follows:- '' V 'Permita will not be required from alien rnemies who, wlthoot alighting, pass through forbidden areas as' pas sengers in, or employes of, common car riers.' r " ' All persons whe.ther heretofore reristsred or notr desiring to reside, orfor any purpose to eome within the restricted areas, should file their appli cations with, tp marshal without de- JORDAN CELEBRATES , v y -;'-J Family Reunion Held At Home bf 'A. W..T, Bottomley. ' R. A, Jordan, one of Honolulu's best known citizens and sportsmen. i cele brated hia golden wedding last Wednes day. In honor of the event a family reuuion was held at- the residence o ' . . . . 1 . ir . 1 In.. X? , :.rr; "I. , ::"u.: Manoa Valley, regions. These re' some of the bone fits enumerated.' '.)'. ' 1 A ' society ' has 'been established at Ilnrliu, under; tba 'presidency ' of , the Burgomaster ot tharlottnbnrg, witb branches throughout' the country. 'The smpress is to-be its patroness. Lists Mr. Jordan waa born August - 23, 184. and haa spent a considerable nnrtion of his life ia these islands. Sneaking of himself yestorda, Mr Jordan aaid: ' 1 ' " " ' ,:" . "1 was born in 184.1, and I am still going' strong. I attribute my hearth are being drawn up tor persons who, Mn,i .(..Ivity ta w imrsuit of out of win tb kb ou or nun nuuir, i"r, ijoor exercises and nrmiy oeiievo tnat free of charge or on payment of twelve every man in this city paid more at- cents a nay, ror aooin sis weens, ino children jmay bOiUaed fprf;liyht ludd vrk." . '-:'' IV. .' . .-. . , ... . .1 . .1 THE CITY PAY ROLLS Law Permits Work Oh Drains To Go On Storm Bupervisora met at noou yesterday aud jihHHed pay-roll.: The only other business of interest was the reading of an opinion 'from the city attorney 'n department, as to , whether under the frontage tax laws, storm drams' could be laid anil the cost taxed, agaiast prop erty owners, without the street leing fixed at the same time, f. Tha opinion of the city attorney 'a dopartrheut was tbat such work could be carried on. The case in question is. ou Kcwnlo Street, where tbe overflow on the Muki kL Hum haa In the. recent past caused considerable duaisg. i FIELD' OF BEAUTIFUL LILIES trntlon to cettinz out in the fresh al anil doiuir thines. : seventy fifth birth ilsys and golden weildings would be of much commoner occurrence than is trrsent the ease.' " . K. A. Jordan ia a Abe tvrie of aiorts man, aud .today" playa golf and tennis regularly. Ho resigned cricket to his luntors a ronple of years ago, after a long and', yemarhablo career at the game. He ia also an enthusiastic bridge prayer and can hold hia own at an after dinner game ot blllianls with tho best ot them. .- ; t 4 iJ, UVi.t Tonight will see tbe wind up of tho primary campaign, and Republican and Democrats 'will hold (losing rallies ia Aalav rark. The O. O. P. brigade will have pessession of the band stasd, and tha Bourbons -Will hold forth an the other si.le of the park. J. C. Cohen's eoliorta win assoinble for final admoni tion and advice In the spacious Bijou Theater, the meeting commencing it ght o eioea. : ..-.'' With the band ia attendance at Aala Park tonight,, it Is expected that' the biggest political gathering tof the year will assemble at the Palama playground. Botfc fiepoblieans aud Democrats have engaged tbe services of prominent party speakers, and . Tor tbe latter, it waa stated last - night. Governor . Pinkbara arid ' Senator Pacheco Wil mount the rostrum.' " ' ';' : .'"'.'' -" So far the almost inevitable roorback has 'toot eome to light, but there were many' rumors, nvlng about yesterday that toiler would produce one or two anumunlly fine specimens of this weird animal. '. i - Last tiTuht'e, tneetlnirs were well at tended, although aigns were not larking that tho publia, is getting tired of listen ing to tbe nnranguea or me candidates, aa are the latter of speaking. - " :.' The city halt hummed with activity yesterday, ' every employe literally as Weir as figuratively having me coat on and hia shirt sleeves' rolled Tip, from hisonnef the mayor dowa to Peter, the janitor. The O. O. P. Ia making tae eit halt Its headquarters, however,' so thiM activity was only natural, with an election at hand, tbe result of which no man may aootkly say; t Big CT. O. t. Meeting ;K y. .'Republicans held a well-httenoed meeting last night ia the iroving pic ture theater at the corner of Queen and Cooke Streete, while ' Democrata held forth V aa equally Well attended mast ing in front of tbe Jtumaiae block; If tbe enthusiasm displayed at this meeting be any criterion, the' Bourbons will reoeive strong support in tae jvaxs- ako nreelnet. - ' Another Dig meeimg waa neiu os I.nso Street, ia "front of the Mormon Church, which was addressed by moat of the candidates for otnee. -; Sheriff Kose, Mayor Tern, tester re trve aad others went over trie Palt yes terday afternoon, and last night ad- drorsed a meeting in tbe moving picture theater at Kaneohe, which waa parked to suffocation. The candidates were laden with lela '.by' their , country sup porters. ,. ' ' ; ." ' At Aala Park tonight the Hopubliean meeting will ho addressed by. Charles , Chijlingworth, who will nresider A.' I. Castle, W. O. Smith, K. C. Peters, O. H. Olson, B. 'W.'Aylett, John W. Catbcart. Albert Kauwe, " George Ka ne, . and others. ''".'' " v '' "'. " ' BeglstratloB Tlgm4 t ' ?''- Registration ia tbe. county cloaed at 10,711 Vetera, the fourth district regis tration being 401 greater than that of tha nfrh., -1 f'X ' ." " ' ' Following is the., registratidtf by, pre- nctsr. -- .v t'ourtn KeproaootanTa matnea i Alexander A Union la,,,. O. Brewer A fo 1 tUOAB '- Kws risntatlon 'o...,..,.l Jtt 1 K , ,, """I H I-Asj inwaiian Asn-ll. IV I 41) mswo. t'om'l ft Mnssr ( . 41 I 4H MsftsHsn Hnsr t o....,. rsnAI :T loankss Hnssr f'o. . , ... 10 vt limiinnu fKr ..I 4H lliithliiwrn Mnrsr 4'o.....l ;m ivanusv lauiutloa ....l III Krkaha Rnsar ' .l2it 1oh auirar ;...,,..,.,. Krt ll(V sii'nrjriie Hujnr fo .1 n I oi usaa nnaar rn i iiv, '" "Kr ill i nix Uuomea Viwar (V ,.,! M I M i-sannaa nncar 10. ..... ..I V 1'aclar Hnaar MU 1 ITUI 17 I'nia I'lamsdini I '....,. .I'.'lj liii l-twesrn Hiiaar fn..,....! I 411 IMoiMr Mill To.,, ...I ;rt at Kaa t arlos Mllltns fo. IHu. 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Oshu Hiurar Co. 11.. iiaa iusnr f n. n. Purine 11. ft Fert. Cm a.. I'livlnr Rutfnr Mill Co. ffa.. Hsa CarliM MIIL :o. a 20 i "ivi f'w m 140 . 115 i!2 IH 10 40H Bfl 100 innu l 104 1l V, 101 u. ll I11A 1IKI 111) 100 KM 100 10 a a 'ii' 114 1H 01 4 3 .... i Jil 1111 1 ....I.. 87 Yj 104 1IU 03 too f1FA 'SJ 100 I... 1110 1... iHCViilo--. Between Boards oiss. i i u.n; ae. u isv-; vi St. .. 14.(10; Oahu. 'M. W.-MI; Kolon, 'M, ttn.ou; o. R. 1.. i . mr. sooo, luu.oo. session BMuea Olaa. 25, So. 14,00: H. C. 8- C.. B. 4a.75:Olaa. SO. , St. 10,. Ii. 14.00: Kaa, 3. 8si.Hk- ' ' ', e,.. v " ' NOUC "Kew skaraa of Wsiiilua Aarlrultural ', mill lumie May 18. Tlx- newlssue will l W.O11O slwras at rate of ou saw sharr dr Bine old. , Transfer .iMwks clone Mar IK at 02 a 175 a 1 , ' 4 : ' Bniw Qnotattona analysts beets (no advices).. 1'srtt.T -. . - - ;.. M Cent, (for Huwsllan so gars), May. tl.WMT.t ,4 hu,,, , May li, ,1W17. snsber Quotations ' -.M - ... Mar 12. 1017. atngannre ........ IIW'1 w xsra Ho.uu UNLISTED SECURITIES . Honolulu. May 17,' 1017. TV. ARE PAH FOR SEASON .. .... (By The AsaocUtsd Praia) LONDON, May IS A BritUh ofliecr on duty with -be 'Air Heryioe ia Kust Afrlck' Includes n oho of his reports a graphic description of an immense val ley' 1 filled -witti the huge' "Ariiro lillies," over which he flew somewhere ia tbe region of Zanzibar. As he passed over the valley, be waa 8,000 feet high, but the perfume of the lillies reached his nostrils' for a long distance. ' :' ' ' ' By means '0 hi glasses he ob served that the lily flowers were "an large as elephaihs ears, " end that tho whole of the valley Had reeft nionop oliaud bv tha ' beautiful tlowera.-' The one comuanv' could aanil out a vaoael I luxuriance of the vegetation was par after night fall on a junket he did aot tioularly remarkable. He learned later see why his enmnany could not be that the scent of the flowers wus so granted tho same privilege. ,The board . overpowering ia tjio, valley that no na- pHsmui ae-matter up without taking tive naa ever unruu m pcuoirsiu wiunu nu ., II. I 1.. " ' V ,., L1HI , Kauai, ; ; 19vV laBt Kivmo in , ths : .InterscbotastU 't Bocoer League was played off at the new Ka paa, playground Saturday.'' Tbe game was postponed at the first of the seasoa and this waa tbe first opportunity thst the touw have bad. fur getting to gether. ;, ' -1 The Kalnheoi 'teaaiV aecombaaied by baud of rooters and aeverai teachers, r'v bed, t'aous Haturday morning, and TV gt'ilhl Htarted t once. Caesar Qon salves, tbe iKoloa captaia, reforeed the ganio. ? : .' ' The" Cist half kept the large crowd ef Kpan rooters on their. toes every ( minute and they gave unsparingly of vocal encouragement. . 1 be , winning score, hoever, was uot made. , In the seiiond period Kalaheo was penalised for holding and the- referee awarded a free kick, On this play a Kiipaa playef received the kick and drove It through,' the goal posts for a score. '.'''!. ; ,; The Kapaa followers cheered wild ly and when time waa called with the Kapaa boya in the lead they gave the team an ovation.. . This game adds two poiats to the Ka paa score aud' takes them out of last place lu. the league. (Ireat credit is due lliess boys for their fine showing aud sjiortsqianship. ' 1 eieoies Jvupaa 1, Kalaheo 6. ' ',':'! -t'- ii A r 1 rirni 1 iei;ii Sei-oad Precinct Third Precinct Fourth Preeincl 1'ifth Precinct Hixtb Precinct . Seventh Precinct Ktghth Precinct I . , j . . . . . Ninth Prectnct Tenth Precinct Kleventh Preaiart Twelfth Precfiaof ........ .iY;s-v- ' Fifth aUpreeeataUyw District Kirst Preeiuct K.i .-...,,',. i Second "Precinct . . . . .......... . . . Third Procinet . Fourth Preci art ,..; . . . ., . , f.; , Fifth lrecinct (i;i,;,j;,.,i; Sixth Precinct ....','. Heventh Precinct '. . . , . .. . . . . . Kighth IVeciuet ., .,1. IV1U1.II lKH..HUfr ,'.,,...,,.. Tenth iTeclnct . . . , ........ . ... , . Kleventh Precinct ,.'...... Twelfth I'rei'iuct ...,,,......'..; Thirteenth Precinct j , ... . Poo r teen t h Precinct". . Kifteeuth Preci act Sixteeuth Preeinet Seventeenth Preeinet ",. nocx . . 4. : , ) : ' uon.'tvoB.1 oil tM 8.10 a.00 ,;x;atiNisa v;; l-r, : Cat. Hawa. T)eT..i. '. 13 Kuirls Copper ...... i..in 5.T5 S..VI Mineral 1'rmlut-ta ... . ,? .M ..'1 Mmintata King ...... '.:t" .40 .411 Tlpliersry ' .0.1 .IH, .01 Mnntana Itlnaliaiu. ,., .514 ..'15 .,;." Msdwa Uuld J,,...;. JO)' ,:w .i'H Bales jllilUMI ARRESTS YESTERDAY YCHterday's arrests Included. I'erry Musick and J. C. Bailey, Heeoud Com pany, Coast Artillery Corps; Polea I'ilipi, gunibling; Joe Oliver, A Buck ley, assault ami battery J Hubert Stern, threatening; Tin Houn, Tsujl, investi gation. ' , - ;( B0 877 511 561 402 571 353 571 661 190 56 436 5356 . ' 150 146 101 182 , 2:i ,13? . JJ , 321 .413 . 720 ; 226 , 427 . ;s . S-"7 .151 . 109 0135 'r Montana Blnshaiu, SO, 30c; 000, XV; Tin- ' Lpei-ary iold. l.si. -4c; Ma.lera Uold; 4.0, Ibtei MIlMtral Prmliwta. ttw, Klc, ,-, i SUES FOR WAGES Claiming 500 as damages, 140 for wages and i'iOO as expenses, Albert Dufhe haa filed a Hull ' Id the federal court against 04) AVittiAb. ,aohooOer Mabel-Brswa. ,; . , . ' T-t I NEW. YORK. STOCKS -a 4 (issoylsud, frass By U. t. Msval Commu- , 1. aioaUoa Service) SF.W VOMK. May IH Poltowlns sre thn opviilng snd closing- ntmtatk.nft of stocks lu 0 ffew lorn utarkal yestenlsyi 1 , 111 SAN FRANCISCO QUOTATIONS AN KRAKCl' Mar'rollowlnc ra the HH-iiliiir sml rtusluf qnotstluBS "t kiikiii' suit other bum. Us lu Hie Mao Krauclw-e market yeatsrdsi; .. , ... ' . v A merles n Kuara itf .... AiiierUsn beet AswK'taled lilt AlSMka (.old ............. American lx-oiixirtTa .... Anwclcan rtfel Kilry...... Auwrk-an Tel. 4 Tel,.... tuirrti'uo HiiH-lter ., nfHida INipiMHP U IIIKIIO KSH.1t If , Rsldwlu Loi-omotlve Haitliaiirc Olilo. .. ...... Bathleliem Ktael, lild...s. lietblelieiu Hleal, asked... l ul-a KiiKar I sue Caatral Leather Callfiimia I'eCeolenut .... t'anadlau I'aelnr C. M. at.et. Paul.,, c'ulo. Fuel A Iron.....,,,, Craullilr Htevl -. w i Krlo eoinniim '..:.. Ifuerst Kl-tri tieueral Motors (n).,.,, Orvat NOrtliara pfd....... . tucei-eatloBjii Ntikej lU'lillrlHl Alroliol iaterati4iuai lier VfUIU-COll l.'tMHM-r .oldgh Vallry N. ..,...,. kw, Vyrk . ( tmll'n) ......... 'eiinHylvautii lay CiiuwHiiliited ......... teiiillle Imn comioou . . . , . tesiHii t-nunma KniKherq Pxlrle '. HtuiUlialcet, .....v.. '1M r m. Huiitier.... ........ .UT!.::;:!::::: ttab .. Wrntero t nluii ........... W linluue, . , .A. , Open-lug CIlMh lug ft llw 11 I Mi I Hiijrnr.1 . Ilanailsn Hiurar Cu , . . . Iliui'kas Kucar t o,. ...... 1 1 nii-liliiMiu Kugs r Co, .... , Klluuea Hugar Co ('sbii Hiiasr Co,. ,v IMhs 8ugr I'o.. ........ (illumes Hinrur Co.,,,.,;, 'Haiitiini Minor Co.,.,,,.. ioiieer Mill '......... Iliiuuliihi I'lnntslliM) ..... Kimels Coiii-r ........... Honolulu (111 ............. IOnaa- I Clos. lug I lug 4K V KH'i IUU r.4S r,d 24V4 24 :n 7 Wl-i, nsi'4 IBS.- 114' l M4 Bid. tKs Dividend, t Unquoted. Bl. ' tr?t llMilead. tl'uqaoted. V.' -. " . .ALWAYS RECOMMEND JT. T11 almost every community there U seine one whose life hat been aaved by Chamberlain's Cidie, Cholera and Ditir. rhoea Remedy. . Kuch persons acldoni miss au opportunity to recouuiiend it, and these ' recommendations- and its never failing qualities account for its great popularity, For sale by all dee V ers. Benson, Hinith & Co., ageuts for Uawail.-Advertiscment. , v ' . ' -V.; 1 '