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'i -ri i r hi ft UMBERS POLICE MILL GRINDS OUT ITS USUAL GRIST1 fwftfriftnce Uedeiros of L. R. ict Ml" HIM pd Mid r'J Roundly. Work Tw'iw.T!lTl.nUT ?V"K rORTY-VB CASES which occupy , i ,.... .o,k, mu.t ;0,:;1 s isr than one anj the um mZzzzuzzzrsz r-and - rthy perferusunce. ooea. rlums In seventeen mitiu.s. a truly note- ..mount cf two dollar. tjenstj e Unallt of the TsrrttorJ W "''ymplItheUe0 touching orations but It Jell on '..nation. Mr. SLlJlS? hl" defendant for the customary - nm- tvl requeue that In fur ,r k- La- . nts. " urus" in nccua.y MaUw h.skl. the .11 .nin f r many to tl I oed , 1 , ,,i public HV.. at En. mi and and have reccMMJT . . , . ytrif villi my aws ,,,,. About sis ptumMMJ s t. get i labor. h-. me with I in' t .ru-'eci i" ni. 4 they put tnem Arm if I " to read "Crua" In necaa.v hrcal I'ole. w.ia ip. .if,.. 1.1. . . . . . . ., ion-. Tn 1'nllah lm.rn t mnmmf ".:uiu- i..v- ... - -- " - m i. 1 1 1' j guinea Bis ir arfl n hv a Drnfounrf ,.....: "That Deniitv flh..rifr i. m - i m ,k V" : ' o." said a court-roo-n h-.ier; inn ii h'w iiip Bnii pav rou lonir.-t io upesa. wnicn la Rebecca sense of apprectatlj-i 'if ibe to BBJuael ihr i nse cheaper the InterDreter." n M IW lllar wan, I, ,. 11 ... ,,imilJ ,k- . . , . " w uic wtn inn: l U (J Uil'-ll , ' - w u I . I II . nil . I I. Kanai.a. a nut.v,. boy im,. . '. 1 fr belnjc drunk rn I..- imam n lis that th hlMM If very drunk. y ,-.,M-m ,n q. w,, : .,t"fl this aspiration lRorou-ly aid teattitod .n.i was nu:ain on tnr s!.le-alk to the edification of a larje cr.wd anq io mr oomniruon or tramc. Kahan expla ntd that he ut nra-uln pol tics w' it irr. ntd ou evidently had a MfJ dose of soir. thlnfc-mr.ybe of politics. ' remarked Kb you tWo ,,,"r n'J cti. In future, when a policeman has x -" " ' ' '" horn. ,vrn thouirh the streets be muddy." not only -lenl d 'An iharu ie onicer wno made th,- arrest was Wm to an animal, was coitin- josepn. i narned with rn Ity wir nuiin wiui. n ib retired Into nrlvat. llfp " J '.ir, W 1" x I it , ,s.m- mwer. Klually yjajajuilu I'l imhiiMJ Com mve si prlre- thist sMs ui.nte TH 'he "thers. ., , bathtub f r 1 I lnivi r -d M would tut m the plumb gna'i hsiw jut how tstJeJ rharac and thUh I yrtly what t wanted they nether it "' 1 t k.' two ,,i h Inally Mips to rheri me a fair thm the Job. MSi wbu worked for them j Hi Is a fast worker MM) , ii him do the work. How Ml esske tut they sent l I and s lxy the man Uie gkaj ,ver knew They m Sys befor the hoUSf man and by besnn on ut In the r time to I fte for sevsi sl hosjrs. The Ibhsnt about MMttvr of an krsl- sn thing lie wnnted and pas eontikwally Th-y finished , , . , l "i I. It I am )D'i day. th uwh the firm b . hari- me about tV Tbey is for the tub when :i :m . M The idea of rharginc 10 i sg and mere by fM S ssae' work la rldUul ua. VW'I sM for ITt feet nd pipe ksrared what they ut in and a 'bit i n i in 1 Tss work was not -i v hut this l t'e b II . i . . ' li :. .i to, ;ni Vlie ( ie Ugalngt k I 'intil today. '"M-. Hanrahan. . xi I i ned. rhm following rases were also d spore 1 of: iav. nenwrnan. atsau i wun intent io commit murder, cimmlttcd; Sauitirs 'WMWMW aWSMsMS), Wtolle pro d. . .fo Ttu mtuon. aneault nrwl liitf. rv m J . 1 )u o " '. 1 mniO-1 llll ance. 13 and COt' Th mmil mmmrn nut. SSwW prtW'd. ; Hale. CS-ault gad batterv on Ak ika nr.ll.. r.rM Hrmken. SSJl et m.o val. M auce. SUIT FOR DIVORCE FROM M0L0KAI Kiltktn. KeliikuiilM, a Leper, VV aots -p.4r.ii inn Krum Hu-nand. MAKE THL GaRB FIT THE CRIME nd I. ike a voice from the grave comes the petition of Klllkino K K Kel.lku alw, from Kalaupapa, Mo'iokal. to the Circuit Court asking that the bonds of matrimony existing between her and James Moeen Kellikuala be forever dis--olved. he la a leper and Is doomed to spend th- rest of her days In the walled-ln settlement wbere all aftllcted with the dlseaaw are held by ordr of the law. Three years .nl d.d h- end th man whom Mia la new aulng for divorce live together after their marriage In WW. n March 31, IMS, she was declared to be afflicted with the disease known ua 'hlnese leprosy ar.d to be incapdble of Alton ey e. vrvl Jvocits I hiK of i o...r in t!dth iog or ProLers Oabu prison will see ( lothmg fa.shlons within and this wi.l be due to Vrorney ' neral E. V. a change i a short ttoSf thi? uesire oi Do Io liavt I I I I I.UM '.I.NiJ ri) . lir to Jot n I'D Hips.) t m i . 1 1 ill r . bu tt. 1 I tl . r I : ir. a i .ihe via sent to th- leper s- tttement at Kalauiapa. The husband r -mair.ed ir t ar.d now after a-ven years the BBlal mr of th- law 1 .i'k d to bn k Kunder the bonds of n.atnmory tied by father Clement a decade ago. In her petition th- libe.lnnt a ates that for a farther ground for dlor. e thar than that apparent b. ' li s usbnnd has failed t pr v:d- her v. ith suitable maintenance. althvURh of 4uffl lent ability and raaass to pr -v de her with such. The signature of the wife haa been affixed ti the petition In t manner which Indicates that the dia base from which she Is sufftrtn-r la at an acuta stage. W Iran 2 2 inch T, lu.i. a. .r -s nte h j is sot. mtjgiBB S I incs rerrau 9jm 'm u . , . " 'a It J KheetS Tin. r. s 1 w i t m T m I 20 I M ote tssRe obkailltt trad ht WILL MOVE AOSIIT. Salvation Army to Occupy Ita Hall on 1 irat. Tho Sal the move Mir'd bv the cwners for an .ion uf tli- ir Old the various grades of prison garb ac cord to souk' extent with th- natur; of the criin;? for which the prison r L incarcerated. At the meeting of th '.ovvrnor anc ihe heads of uepartni .nia yest ra .i.orniiiK the Attorney Ueneral brouh up the matler In conne.tion witn fee . eral prison routine, lie suggested that all persons sentenced Irom tne variuo: lalai.ua lor any term in lxc-sS oi var at.d rem.tndcd to Oanu prls-. jiiould in future, be kept to their re , -u distriet Jai s. He a so nugsted thai the pris v inouiu oe uttiuea into two gcuri s-iilons. one for prisoners s i . t : i for misdemeanors, and th other foi those f r ii.fiin.jas en a In connect 10.1 witn this suggestloi he though; it would l a VtM plai to have the short term prisoners a; lirtd in blue deaim insi -ad cf the hal: I) a ai.d naif brown as worn at pr.s i.t. this change was urged both . Ul.t (it IU iess, arid to i l - tne t -:.eral n-gan: lor pr.s a. discipline . H.. hu'g. sted alsa that in convlcttu of InfamoU .Times i)- k pi in Hontiuiu, and noi sent aa-uunu to otntr ts.ai:U9, as wa . j .n the past. Thla wouii. i.aiUriaiiy tut down exp ns.a. Vote tht Rpub'ic" Tckt Straight. aa-a-ae 1 It A I i ; i . . A.Nal I COMf ANT. Exhibits AgTsementa for QieiB o udi Property Owners. The Ilapld Transit t'umpany yester day presented to the Governor's council tlon Army I. o-.ce rnore on(fur ,r,DecUon gamp,e copk. Qf Tn ir present ha. I b ins rt-nU , , u. us, ,, , ,llt.ft.on w.th tha the exten- Salvatlon i. MM of Queen street on which pany proposes to lay its track. rise, at r 1-esd Plna M Nipple, tr t. Ilr fl II, "r et Se I U I H Ini h I S.4 Mip. II I'sn1. VV ! M Bo Ir M ' lt Utwi BBS 1 in I u i t'. 4 J 6 M 2ft l M rjs tin r. m i m 4 M 4 aa 1 M ",o ... ists have to vacate, and on N ovemo r f Tl.eue were for acceptance by owners 1st they will reocrupy the Arm's old 1 of property along the extension. As all on th- corner of King and Nuu-jtr.e terms uiu nor seem to meet win anu afreets, recantly used by the the uranlmous approval of those pres ent, w. u. smitn, repretnenting tne ltishop Estate, was sent for. as the Es- m V. d- ' '"trols much of the property ln- tfe fir-' in me street extension. lie stated tne company hud not raid anything to him in regard to the mat ter and Ike discussion was brought to a close In order that consultation with the iiishop Estate could be had. hort-llv. d J- fwi N- w M.ss or-. Mat r. rn a. will b .L.rai.. 1 by t.vo Says' special meetings, i. H.lav evenma will be held Ut th- ..hi ha. I. w ban st it st. i s of th work uorte In thla hull durn g Its ry rv th- Army will b.- g.ve.i y Interesting News owing to large shipments due here by next steamer we are com pelled to make room in all departments; therefore, we are offering for the coming week great attractions. SPECIAL PRICES All our Crash ault able for dress skirts, on sale at 126c and 15c; regular 2&e vaiuea. t'OVEIlT shades; lVc. CLfO'iHS. 36-lnch, la all heavy quality; on sale at ft ONE CASE, 50 pieces, fancy LAWN8, desirable patterns, fast colors; reg- ular 10c vaiuea 5 CENTS NEXT WEEK. ! WASH MATERIALS, vaiuea, next week, 10c per yard. 20c, l.tte, 15c your choloe at CHILDREN'S go at 50c. GINGHAM DRESSES GREAT ATTRACTIONS in Ladiea', Missea and Children'a Muslin Un-1 derwear. FIVE HUNDRED ROLIS FANCT MATTING, in lots to suit, at MM a rolL 3 CL O 3 iS" TOWELS! TOWELS'. ! Just received from the loom, three caeas Turkish Towela. In all grades and sizes; bet ter vaiuea were nexer offered be fore. 50 dozen Turkish Towels, 11.60 per dozen; 50 dozen Turkish Towels, - per dozen; 50 dozen Turkish Towels.W per dozen, worth 13.75; all our $6 per dozen Towels, extra large and heavy, S4 and 14. 50. per dosen. BEDSPREADS SPECIAL One case, 50 Spreads; an unusually good quality, full sized, at 85c. FLANNETTES In this department we are showing a complete new stock; over 250 pieces to select patterns, are placed on sale for next week 50 pieces at 10c per yard. JUST OPENED One case Pomade Vaseline, large sized bottles, 15c special; second size bottle, Co special. Pacific ImportCompany.Ltd. INCORPORATED. Fort. Street. Progress Block. LAD OF TEN IS A CLEVER THIEF Villiani Crowuinbarg Hob a Sailor ot $40 and Haa a "Spree." Democratic Ticket! CANDIDATES OF THE DEHOckATIC PARI Y .a iTahrl tra.a,hL "T1IM 10 KILL. oy Major .d. an. I several new n.ein i rs will . - taken Into.th.- rnk' n Tnuraday evening they will have i bouse-warming and roff e supp r In the new hall. Tickets at 15 centa eat h An bains l l,t on s il- for th ( ff ipfx r pari in i I ni? r juir- I t . d. fra the r niov.il exp ne. Tha friends of the p. op sed K scu I llama are once nrnro beailrrlng tbm---e.-s ..n I. half of this mueb-naetod institution. The chairman of tne Ites .'Ur Home commltte-. Mr. 11yd-. r.ai issufd a i l I the membera nf th .mmlttee and all Intenated In the matter, for a m-eting to be held In the I eniral L'ni n hureh pari r tomor- . Wertmadav. at 10:aj a. m. it l liajp'd that there will be a larg.- at- eiidanre. Immediate action ia very rv aa a temporary horn- hit n cured. .low baas W.f- and Wauuhii A sea Ha .a-law. Usui, ftet r?.-A deadly " ' To.a.luv n a XII depv,t The having aabaM MM la. trunh i mi his w fw M It la said. hr nevrral illli teij three l in I t tf. i fir inter ha and hr naeh MM driven i te tiw Mr.;i;n p biicio licltt. Government Mature. The bill whit h Dr. Wrddlck. 0vern ment phyalc an on Maul, had pr. sented to the Attorney General, for aervlcta resdered to prtanr.ers wire discussed in the council meeting l ne turner General was In doubt as to whetnei he should reioanlze the bills or not. The eotanrll tonTt the matter In hla hands to bring up before the Hoard of Health at i,. it meetlnir Treasurer LaniDa read a petition from a Makawao. Maul, resident, requesting- permla.lon to man ufs. lure win from grapes The peti tion was granted Vote the Straight Republican Ticket. If umbering Uegiiis Ioday. The work of numbering the houses will begin this morning. Stanley Stephenson, who has the t-t ncesslon. showed aome samples of numbers, which were approved by the Superin tendent of Public Works. The Govern ment Survey has decided to render as slstar.ee. Each number will tost twenty-five cents. Aa It is hardly likely there are any premises rcqfllring ovei f ur street numbers, the approximate charge will not be over a dollar to any proprietor. Tre ret riving of these numbers Is not rntrotalsorv: nevertheless, as without a number a house cannot have the privi lege of free delivery of mall matter, dnubtlets the average householder w:il regard the small monetary charge as a dlstfnt t time and trouble raver. Mr. Stephenson will give a certificate to everyone accepting n number, that fully attests It as the official number of ve premizes or bouse, as the case may be. Wm. Crowninburg, a lad of ten years, was arrested yesterday for steal ing $40 in cash from a Failor of th" steamtr W. G. Hall. Early in the day the money was taken from the sailor's effects on the steamer, and whin the officers pounced upon the young thief n the afternoon William was enjoying the fruits of his "find." His pockets were filled with good things which he hMJ bought at various stores. Across his coat a brass chain was stretched at the end of which was a cheap watch. These he had bought for $5. Not only had he purchased a watch and chain for himself, but he had opened up his heart for a youthful friend of his. Kal na by name, and presented him with a similar ornament. The finest lels were bought from the flower girls at the corner of Fort and Hotel streets. At the fishmarket he botjght several dice and amused him self ir.d others In a game of "7-11," los ing some of the 140. While up town William purchased initial letter, scarf nins for himself and Kama, i .peiner w ith Jack knives. The loss was discov ered by the rightful owner of the $40 and Deputy Sheriff Omstead of Kauai was told of it. He was of the opinion that Crowninburg was the gui'tv one and proceeded to look for him. During the afternoon young William si.ro! l o down to the wharf where he oa? nab bed and taken aboard the steamer. On his person was found about $26. He nai sent to the police station where he was kept during the night. The b .y-.-? stepfather has much trouble in keeping the youngster at school and has had Deputy Sheriff Chlllingworth lecture him on more than one occasion. CONGRESS FOR DELfctlATETO (Unexpired Term, 56th Congress.) DAVID KAWANANAKOA. (Full Term. 57th Congress.) DAVID KAWANANAKOA. SENATOKS: Island of Oahu. HON. D. P. R. ISENBERG JR.. COL. JOHN D. HOLT JR., ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ. HON. E. K. LILIKALANL HON. J. O. CARTER, WILLIAM AULD. REPRKSEB '1 ATIV S: Fourth District. C. W. BOOTH, MAJOR J. M. CAM Alt A, 3. WILLIAM SPENCER, HON. E. C. MACFARLANE. JOHN tt. WISE, HON. JOHN E. BUSH. Fifth District. HON. SAMUEL M. DAMON. H. J. MOBSMAN. HON. FRANK BROWN. FRANK HARVEY. R. WILLIAM HOLT, JESSE P. MAKAINAL THE German Bakery Have the reputation of making The Best Bread IN THE CIIY. Its your turn to route and join in and have Our Wagon Deliver to You Daily. Ring us up and leave yowr ORDER. PHONE 677 UFfE FObTT ST PACIFIC diQiie oi MarDle lib OF SAN FRANCI8CO. P. McGRATH, Agent CITY FEED STORE, Heretanla. near Punchbowl. Honolulu. Orders for Monuments, etc.. solicited. Headstones, x'snisai .aw t lBt"'J 'iWHTe aatka and bm whTa Ir Wed- ' ' Th. v W.T- thai ' ' ' " il'dant .. , ' wm urM I am , L" "t Walluku Jail, a rui p,p arhenevef hla a "W' lentljr to ap- I Ma ' ' 1 ,'' twn weeds Mast is paad. S Rpublics Tkaft SBSaaafc & - Ca a KBntiirkv Vote the f traii ht 'entlitan Ticlict. r a uaMJMM vlvt. old Vote. th. RfpublicM Tickft Straight. HetT-rnaa la Court. t-hnrles Hefferran was brought before Judge Wllrog yesterday and decuneo to plead on charges of utt-ring forged rnecka nd attempting to kill Deputy MjMrirr t hiilmgworth. He waa com tilt Court on both rkargea HeffenMUt appearwd In the Circuit Court yeetarday afternoon and Judge Humphreya ordeml him committed to await the action of the Grand Jury li s bond was fixed at 11000. Kawaiabao Servicea. A large congregation in the face showers gather- .-unlay evening Kawalahan church I h a- rriusiral program and 'sslonal Men Kawalahao H'story Harbottle Hakuole. Turner and Miss H of In the fine the atidress nn Connected W.th ' by Mr. James l!ri Monta;rue E. Peck srihg to- Unuaually High. Wind. An unusually heavy wind prevailed last night. Several signs in trcni oi uu' hoi'ses were blown away, pedestrians found It difficult to round corners, and many a hat to:k a rap.d Journey through the muddy streets.' Hacka also suffer, d. ,r,.! It waa a difficult matter to keep l..mps alight. Along the waterrroni me full force of the wind was fait Ships strained at their moorings anu inose in h stream tugged at their ancnors. a hiprh pife of lumber in a lumber yard was Ml n to totter liKe a urunnen man anu coal on the tops of coal piles was l os . l by the wind and sent hu-rying down tr-lr rlopes. It is rareiy that so h'gh a wind prevails In these parts. TO OUR FRIENDS THE PUBLIC! WE CORDIALLY INVITE ALL our friends and patrons to be present at the opening cf the new quarters of the Elite Ice Cream Parlors . . . IN THE ELITE BUILDING, Wednesday Evenings Oct. 31, Respectfully Yours, HART &CO LTD. TRIBUNES 18 the POPULAR WHEEL fMaaMMBM Whitman & Co., AGENTS. FORT STREET. Esplanade, corner Allen and Fort HOLLI8TER & CO., gether In splendid harrr.ony. Mrs. Tur ner rendered an MMM'stta (ro'o for the ..IT. rtory ar.d Miss Cnrcdlne Castle ac companied on the organ. The girls from Kawalnhno Fem!arv gave a s- i lection and the rnt've choir ably sup- d the rest of the exer les. d' Yote the (MlgM Fepnbirai Ticket. i iiu i m Office with H. F. Bertlemann. con tractor. King street, opposite Wall. Nichols A Co. Concrete Side Walks 0 Specialty. . . . Do all kinds of STONE and CON CRETE WORK at California prices A False Alarm There was consi.'.erable excitement on th I'acific Mail wharf for an hour t: so lcrt n'ght. It wa3 reported that there war a stt amcr off port in distress and ru mor had It that the Miowera, which sail- ! ed for the Colonies on Sunday, had put ' ' a k to port with a broken shaft. Lights Prhfd from the reef in the direction of the wreck of the O'Brien, atd it was be ' r od at first that a vessel was in fouble there. About the time hat excitement On HALLOWE'EN EVE, WEDNES ten worked up to a gtod p'th it was J otnivr it. at Progresa Hall, by rued tat the Tehts were thos being 1 - . - mm xin I Tick used bv natives who are Kvlna aboard a the Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. L VMS pcrtion cf the O'Brien wreck. eta, 50 cents each. DANCE ! 6670 lei Sofia Water Wort. Co., LiiiteL L. AHLO General Merchandise. WAIPILOPILO, KAPALAMA, (Near Tramcar Stable). Telephone 19f . P. O. box Je Honolulu Iron Works Co STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, SUGAR MILL. COOXJPM BRASS AND LEAD CASTENQ IHU JJB WU4HC. w ' made to order Particular r.aid to ship's blacksml thins anrr aTeetjred no the ahortaat Bf AVER LUNCH ROOMS. H. J. NOLTE. Proprietor. Fort Street. Opposite Wilder A Co. Tifft Class Lunchs Served With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. Smokers' Rnlsites a Specialty.