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&S THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY. JAM. RY S, 1902.
(Continued from Page One.)
Of eating betes organised
to in- MMiitia. of
Kewalo. toot did not think anything:
igaofcu had beea don ia thfe line.1
Psonls knew too well the sUKade of
tfce Qowninent. She expected that
KWito woaM be the saaw dirty
daw aext year as It is now.
Herbert M. Ay res.
Harnert M. Ayres, the
awa, resides on the corner of Qoeea '
aad Kaatakee streets, aad is fortaaate
to the extent that the water hardly!
(w rises orer bis tardea walk. nk
Mas to so lato towa every day, how?
tar, aad has had a wide experience;
!tfeh Kawalo reads. f
Spaktn of the shaatefal coadi t
lioas fa Kewalo. he said : "Of coarse
It's a disgrace to the city aad everyone
knows it, except those who are
"I will nerer forget the night before
Christmas mad how I floundered home ;
UNvaah those terrible streets.
"I tried to get a hack but no hack-,
would take ate anywhere near '
Kewalo, not for doable fare. I had
to walk it In the darkness and the
Fell Into the Sewer.
"At Sooth and Queen streets, having
so much mud and water in ray
that I could haroly move my.
fsdt, I restored my shoes, roiled up
y trousers and started to wade. All 1
want well enough until I arrived at
Oooks strset. At this point I was
wadlag la water up to my waist I
MJT, WIk fJu T ,VCT
a rock In the middle of the road a
Utile farther back. Suddenly my feet
-went from under me and I fell with
the above my head. I thought
T had by some accident walked off In-'
to the sea, although the sea was
er as dirty as that water was. I Immediately
struck out with my bands
and hit them against the sides of a
large hole. Then I discovered that
I was In the sewer extension. As I
came to the surface, something slippery
brushed against my face. It
was a nab. I think it must have been
a targe cat-fish.
"As I went on a little further I saw
a light and hailed It. The light was
erase to the water. I found it was a
hack, a wrecked hack. The rig had
gone aground and the driver, a Chinese,
could not get it out of the mud-I
made a mental note of the number
ttt ease there was any reward 'offered
tor information in regard to the rig
proceeded on my way
"Two hours after leaving town I
arrived home where I changed my
clothes and cleaned the 'mud out of
Robert Kaiser's Version.
Robert Kaiser is landlord of several
buildings ou Laaiwai street near
Cooke street. He says that the only
tatsg in his opinion that keeps the
people of Kewalo from an attack of
the plague is the fact that the salt
water from the sea ooses through the
sandy soil and forms a salty surface .
oa the accumulated filth In the vacant
tote aad side streets. Lanlwai street
Is always flooded, he says. According
to Mr. Kaiser people living on La-'
nlwal street often rind it impossible
to get to the stores to buy food and
OMetimes prefer having "only a little
to eat rather than wade through
the water and mud 'to the corner
Ceeke Near Kawaiah.no.
v At the corner of Cooke and
aJhao streets are several small cottages.
Denna Crux and his family
live in one of them. At this house It
was learned yesterday that' the most
disgusting condition of things exists ,
ia bad weather. The street is flooded
and the house4ots are flooded. Th-:
food washes out the cesspool which-
accommodates lour houses and seat-
ters the contents all over the yard. ;
pe cesspool has not been emptied!
lor seven months, according to one j
ratldtiK who has lived there a year,
Asntber rMlriont nt thr monlhs tie- ,
. V.J "I; " "I7L
w ,v - au""
was time, me people iinag nere say
that the Chinese who have charge of
ih Inn... LiaV li MUMOHt
!T TJT J, , .u. !!
Health from coming around to ia You are having ice delivered to you Jordan, tort street.
reottaate. j every day. are too not? If not, call ? it ,,3 no niore to look dressy than t
Says Boyd Doesn't Care. . np Bine 3151. .aad hae th defect it does to look shabby if you buy your
SaW Irs. Denna Croa yesterdav: i remedied. Oahu Ice & Electric Co. , requirements from the Kash Stores.
"If white people lived la Kewalo to! if you wish a reliable watchman to Everything in gents' furnishings in
any extent this horrible condit:on of,,.,, vour ofSce during the night, ' stock and at moderate prices. 1
aJTairs would not be allowed to Up mBe ,,n Coadons Patrol, pvesB meats and vegetables alwavs'
Otme for one moment. White people , Q Rxtes Msy. ;CH hand delivered to anr part of the
ym kick until they get what tkoyt j
dt Tho MetropolUan Meat Market,
A Scotch xvaisaev wnica can orrcv. .
want. The Htwaiians are tco easy ;
awl good-natured. Superintendent of : ommended as being AJ is Andrew 0ur aew. Arc Lamps are the talk '
PaWlc Works J. H. Bojd is a Hawaii-: Usher & Co.s Special Reserve O. V ot tHOse storekeepers that are using
an and he ought to do something forlo : them. The univer?al opinion is that
Ms eonntrymea. Other things are!
hatag. done with Government moaey j straw, ready made or made to
are not of such great at G. Dohrs. Nuuanu street, op
tnoct." I posite Sayegava's.
"If the plague were to break oat la
ns.b.lA. !.! AaaaWAa t
"there, would be moaey coming oat
of the treasury aalck enough. I don't
Chink Bojd half waats to do, anything
ta the matter.'
Another Sever Accident.
'W it It was only She ethw day that my
sistr f!l :ato tfc open sewer wnkh
Is building at the corner of Ccoke and
Queen streets." said Mrs. Craz. ""She
cut her right leg quint badly. The.
mter was all over tbe street 2nd she
was crossing, barefoot, to so to market
and did not know (fee sewer was
there. She' fell ia and might have
been killed, tat for tack." j
I 1. t - ...t - w. -.. -i
tv , JJS i
Kewalo. Foreman Lord, ef the sew -,
(er ting, caught four oa Friday last.
'Occasionally a mullet or two are
7- JT. !?
or 0 orerflow from Peck's Si noad.
There are manr others ia Kewalo
who have talked on the state of affairs
in that district. They alt tell'
aboat the seise story aad want to,
know when things are going to be
remedied. They should ask Boyd.
CLASHING OF GLANS
IN CLASSIC KEIALO
TOP PIECE WHICH CAUSED RIOT.
Variety to Alleged Truthful Kt,
tors in Yesterday's Session of
Police Court Affair of Honor
Settled by Court Remitting Fine.
Soe oncomplimentary remarks
regarding the prowess of a natiTe hat
maker resalted in a deluge of redolent
language from Mahuina aad .
so it was stated by a long
goffering public residing down in the
classic precincts of Kewak).
According to a tale unfolded before
Judge Wilcox in the police court
the prevailing styles in head-
gear seemed to form a basis which
caused a clash of clans. The chap-au J
worn by Mahulna seemed to agitate !
lhJ neryes of her Belgnbor Rnd afle
a protractK, gflason of Mflot ,.
bdiniU were corralled and taken
to the pollee sutlon. after which peace !
s sa,n restored !n the vales of
After a sifting of testimony given !
by a large neighboring contingent, the'
court arriveo at me conclusion mat ;
the case was another tempest In a
teapot, so to speak, and gave each
defendant a brief but earnest heart
to heart talk upon dwelling in peace
and harmony even in Kewalo.
The adultery case, in which Aatonla
Colon, a daughter of sunny Porto Rico,
and W. S. Hicks, a sailor, figured,
was prolific in tall prevarication. As
the entanglement began to thicken.
Prosecutor ChllHngworth suggested ,
to the court that a nolle pros be en -
tered against each defendant.
Judge AVilcox fined James H. Ped-'
grift, charged with assault and battery
on E jMwards, the sum of one dollar.
antt rmi:tfri the It was :
claimed the trouble was caused by !
some uncomplimentary remarks being
offered by Edwards to a lady friend
of Pedgrifts. Fists were called into
play to feettle what was -regarded as
an affair of honor. Pedgrift's arrest
Ah Chin persisted in feeding his
faithful equine upon the streets of,
Honolulu in preference to the secluded
recesses of his stables, and in con-
sequence of this violation of Territor
ial ordinances the Chiaese was aned
$2 and costs.
Homooo. in a moment of forgetful-'
uese. left his team standing on a pub-!
lie thoroughfare more than the prescribed
fifteen minutes and was arrested.
He received a discharge when i
brought before the tribunal.
Twelve gamblers were lined np on
the charge of gambling. Several bad
forfeited bail becaue of
ance. Those present acknowledged
their guilt and were taxed tb sum
of $10 and court costs.
Ah Ngee was granted until this
bPLCIAL AL LEAC IIOiS & ObFERED ta
. DIFFERENT BUSINESS HOUSES
There will be a meeting of tie Ho- Contracts taken on all kinds of work.
nolulu Chamber of Commerce held in ,
tits room Wednesdav. January Sth. at;etc f H. itedward. contractor.
OaBllo $ HooSTf'l
IA . . fnrar
Go to lhe Camadnos Ice Cream
Parlors, for a reaiiy gocm aia to rev i
. . . . . .
cream, corner or Aiaaea ana rung j
Hats ia native grasses in all kinds
We are through with our stock ta:nnj ua . - -?
. . . tvft
lac aw sin wu te-vi
counter await jor further pleasure.
Iwakamt & Co.
American and Chinese dry good
marked away down in price at Goo
Kim'js store. Nauanu street.
aoraing t establish soac kind of
permanent coaaectios wits hard '
work. He is charged with vagrancy.
Leper Benefit Concert.
The Kamebaiaefia AlosanS
tiou is hwsv making preparaUdas for
a concert which will be ....- at the j
fEaa tj. taanaary intend gmag a
nwn on laamrr IS for h3 , .. . ... . .. . . ..-
l "" iaOT "-"' s w
rate Hawaiian boys aad girts at Ka-
waiahao Seminary or ;he
mefaa schools. j
Supreme Chancellor Conducts Cere-
monies for Mystic Lodge No. 2.
For the first time hi the history Of:aouacauon from Attorney General
tkat tbe strictest must
the Knights of Pythias, a lodges oS ? economy
be exercised in the management of
eers were installed bv a Sureme Rep-'
resentatlve last night Cystic Lodge
Xo. 2 had this honor conferred upon
k and the members of the local or
ganization appreciate the distinction.
The ceremonies attached to the installation
of officers of Mystic Lodge
were conducted by Supreme Chancellor
Ogden H. Fethers assisted by the
following grand officers: G.3I. at A-
Edward Towse, P C. " G K.R of S
George Dennlson, P.C.; G.M. of TV.. I
S. J. Salter. P.C.; G.V.C. John K!d-
well; G.I.G.. J. T. Crawley; G.O.G.,
Ira A. Burkett. P.C.; Grand Prelate
J. F. Eckardt. PJ3.D.S.C; G.M. of
F.. A. J. Durby; and G.M. of E..
H. A. Giles.
The following officers were installed:
C.C.. L Morris; V.C., J. B. Gorman;
M. of Work. H. J. Gallagher,,
P.C.; K. of R. and S, A. E. Murph;
P.C.; M. of F., J. K. Myers, P.C
M. of E.. C. E. Moore: M. at A.. W.
F. Dunn; I. G J. McKeague; and 0.
G.. Thos. O'Brien. P.C. ,
There were about fifty members of
Mystic Lodge present and twenty
iting brothers. The local lodge is !
thirty years old and was the first j
lodSe to be established west of the j
Rocky mountains. ,
NATIONAL GUARD DO.NGS.
Co. G E!ects 0fficers and A
Has Good Drill.
Practical work was resumed bv the
Xational Guard last night at theDrill
Shed. Company A had a Ions drill
and there was a good attendance. It'
was the first Companv drill since the
National Guard adjourned for the
Christmas holidays, and the boys '
turned out in full force.
The annual business meeting of
Co. A will be held on Friday evening'
While Co. "A" was busy marching i
and countermarching around the Drill
Shed. Co. "G" was electing officers, i
Regimental Adjutant Schaefer
sided over the elections which result-1
led as follows: Captain. Gus Rose:
(first lieutenant. S. K. Kamaiop'li:
second lieutenant. Daniel Kekulike
Repcrt that Dr- Anderson's Office Was
Visited by Burglars is Denied.
The residence of Dr. W. R. Anderson
on Alakea street was reported
as having been visited by burglars
yesterday evening. Investigation
proved the report groundless as the
Anderson ' Transact business in all departments
premises were not molested.
o.. ,. t - (
Suspicious noises came from the' Collections carefully attended to.
buildings in the rear of Dr. Anderson's i Exchange bought and sold,
office, and the visit of a special police-1 Commercial and Travelers' Letters
man failed to reveal anything out of ! of Credit Issued on The Bank: of
,. I ornia, and N- M. Rothchild & Sons,
the ordinary. London.
' "' N j Correspondents: The BanK of
NEW LAW FIRM. nia: Commercial Banking Co. of
Attorney Edwin S. Gill and Philip ' Sydney, Ltd., London.
J. Farley, a recently arrived lawyer.
have entered into partnership. Not- j
withstanding the brief time which Mr. !
Gill has occupied in the legal arena
e has obtained a most encouraging'
practice, demonstrating his ability and j
proving his integrity to all who havef
dealings with him. Mr. Farley was!
recently admitted to thfe Hawaiian bar !
on certificates from the Boston Uni-i
versity law department and the Su-
excavating, building, tearing down, i
You t not see us advertise a sale J
once a raontn to dear out od siock. (
our discount sales when they are on
- . . i
are tj,e reaj thing. There is )e on t
now. don't fall to profit by it. E. W.
jthoy are the nest ugnt ecr nteo iu
Honblulu. The Hawaiian Electric
A nice cool glass of beer on a hot ;
... ,.. -... .!.,..- !
it at tne Aona isiiwa. uowa uy iar
Iron Works. -- prfnt copies of the Rules and Reg-
Us our flashlights for the 'atlons may be obtained on application
of burglars, you can "spring it" j tica.
on them by touching a button. Pacific
press Court of Massachusetts. The
oSres of the new law firm are ia the
Magooa bufldjng o Mercsaat street
Another Mardt Gras Ball.
The trustees of the Heaoialu Ee
MBniT (Mil 21 te eae 01 jeeBraary
e oa the saae Haes as the Mardi
Oras ball of last year, will b arraag
ed at a meeting of prominent society
ladies of this city, which will soon be
Retrenchment the Word.
High SberiJT Brown has received
police oeparunut owing 10 me
lack of funds.
Phone WMte 911
Tor Some GENUINE HIKE'S
BOOT BEEB or GINGER ALE
"a"u Klaad ot Qrinis aeuverea to all
Pas or tne city npon tne receipt ot
Soda Water Worki
127 Miller Street
fi'Have Just Opened
An entirely New Consignment of...
SILK GOODS IN PIECE,
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERED,
CARVED IVORY WARE.
SANDAL WOOD BDXES,
JEWELRY and NOVELTIES.
ALL ORIENTAL GOODS OF
THE VERY BEST.
Phong Fa$ Ce
33 KING STREET.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigar
RYAN & DEMENT.
Northwest corner Hotel and Nuuanu
TYT7,TnrP Q 71 T Cf
JJ - -
Honolulu Brewing and Malting
Draught and Bottled Beer.
King street, opp. O. R. & L. Co.
RYAN & DEMENT, Prop.
aml Japan throsh the Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia &
thp fnllowim -,. o
i i!' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it i 1 1 l: i i r i ittiii. tin nil-
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3'i per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trusters under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents and dividends. Valuable
papers. Wills. Binds, etc., received for
Auditors for Corporations and Private
Firms. Books examined and reported
on. Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or In-
Office. 924 Bethel street.
Deposits received and interest allowed
at 4i per cent per annum, in
accordance with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of which may be obtain
ed on appl'atlon.
Agents for Fire. Marine. Life. Accident
and Employers' Liability Insurance
Insurance Office. 924 Bethel Street.
bishop & co;,
Office at banking building on Merchant
Cirtnr. T)inrItc Trlil h received
-- ;; , "t n.t bv this Bnk at
11. fvaf Aor.t oi annum
BISHOP & CO.
W AW VX3 aaB
CeaparisoBS bria? oat the strong j
points ia favor of our glasses, demonstrate
superiority in the make aad finish
of ar frames, aad show the hi;hly
polished, cker cut aad accurately centered
excellence of our lenses.
factory: ox toe premises
A. N. 5INFORD,
Boston Building. Fort street.
Be Tri -Weekly Leading Newspaper.
Bell Job Printing at Lowest Prices.
Proprietor, - - DR. T anTAsrrjRA
Editor, - T. K12S.VSJS.
River Street near Beretanla Bridge.
P. O. Box 842. Tel. White 54L
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. - H.T
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada National
Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of London,
NEW YORK American Exchange
CHICAGO Merchants National
PARIS Credit Lyonnais.
BERLIN Dresden Bunk.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
Bank of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange
Boiieht and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ACCOUNTED
C. UV' Mi
i i BOTTER ILK
Delivered twice daily to any part
o the town.
When ordering ring up BLUE 3171.
A. B. rjOAK, - Manager
Citv office, phone Main 331, P. 0.
OAHU RAILWAY AND UNO GO
From and After January 1, 1901
Dally Dally Daily Dally Dally
Sta:tens- ex ex
f. 3 act am pm pa
Hocctalu 3J 9JS U-06 3:15 i-M
Pearl City S3 :3 ll.MJ 3-. Sf
EwaiUU SiO USjfa 350. H J
Wataaae 10) : ...
WJato 11J5 5: ....
Kahuiu 122 ..... 8US ....
Dally DaUy Dally Dally Dally
Stations. rx ex
aa an am a a au
KaliuXu 5US 1
Walstaa -.... 6U0 ... 2rf
VTalanae ..... ..... "lis .. 3
ZYsttm tas l-os tat
ivjwtaty sua ux t&
Heeolalu SSO 9S i$& StTi
G. P. DENISON, FC. SMITH.
Superintendent. P. i T. A.
JiiwifiiT Sale of riideiiilii
TUis ts oar first GREAT SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR aad
f mean to make it the most wonderful sale of any kind ever held la
H.'QoiuSu. No words that we coufcd ase would be tco strong ia describing
the splendid valves which we shall offer for the six days
of this sate. The prices, we honestly believe, are the very lowest la
the world for good goods. Aad these are good goods. Every article
in this sale has beea selected with the object ha view of caaatng;
every buyer 1j become a permanent casteHaer of the honse.
Most people know how oar sales are eoadocted. They know that
a WHITNEY S. MARSH SALE is a sale ia fact as wen as In aasae.
They know that the day before Hhe sate begins, or the day after It
ends, they cannot purchase any article at the suae price that prevails
la the sale. In this iastaace .to every piece of underwear which
figures la this sale there has beea planed a pink ticket bearing the
sale price. If there are aay ganneats left at the close of the sale oa
Saturday afternoon these tficketcoate off aad the articles go back
to their original prices. There are two more sales ot other articles,
which we wilt not now raeatioa, to be held la the two weeks following
this. Ia both o&these sales the same policy of extraordinary
prices tor the week ofthe sale only win be carried; ont.
Muslin underwear is this year daintier than ever before. It is
made mostly fro fine, sheer fabrics: mastia. cambric aad lawn,
trimmed with pretty Insertion, embroideries and ribbon. The night
gowns usually have low seeks, and short sleeves, with trimming of
ribbon and lace Or embroidery and are especially suitable to this
Corset covers, chemises petucoaU and drawers an characterized
by a wealth of variety in stvle and daintiness in trimming
rrrTTTiiiiiiiiiiiimTiiiriiTiiiHTiiiiTiTVi t itrrr
I OUB, OHO
A boy once wrote: "I luv a
rooster fer tew things one iz the
krow that iz in him. aad tho other
is the spurs that air on him to
bak up his crow with."
We admit having erovred often
and loud, but we hove the "spars
to back up the krow."
We sell pure
H. MAY &
Telephones, 22, 24, 92.
Agents von Hamm-Young Co,,Ltd.
iSrTELEPHONE, MAIN 276.
Of healthful refreshment, inspiration and delight in a glass of
Its absolute purity combined with h
make it a delightful beverage and
Order a case from Brewerr for
F well and not
I In every
R H. H.
Estimates furnished on First-Clasa
Modern Plumbing. ,
The Patronage of Owdbw, Archl
tcts and Builders Solicited.
P. O. Box 162. 115 Union 'Sl
P. 0. Box 3S6.
tbe rare flavor of the choicest bops,
the best tonic
table use. Mala Ml.
that will wear, look
cost too much.
wood, color, shape and
HIS Fort Street
No. 64 Hotel, opp. New England Bat
ery, and tiotei street, opp.
SulU Made to Order in the Latest
Style. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Repair