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lUOBUBuea iron rase uoe.i I
r i ansa meotiag beiag ocgaadaed
ta the roadhlna of
Kowalo. bit iU not thin aaythin?
ataat ka bee. doa i. thfe II.e.
Ofde kaw too well the attltade of
tk QoewaiaeBC She expected that
Kwal woold be the saaM dirty
ptaeaMc tbae aext year as It is vvx.
BcriMrt M. Ayres. the aewspaper
mm, resides on the corner of Queen '
aad Kanakee street, aad is fortnaat ,'
to the extent that the water hardly
r rises orer his Rardea walk. Hj
las to go Iato town every day. bow
frsr. and has had a wide experience
iAtlCKalo reads. j
&pakteg of the shamefnl coadf ;
teas fa Kewalo. he sad : "Of coarse
It'i a dlssrace to the city aad
kaows it. except those who are
to Maate. ' "JOB i
"I wm aever forget the aight before '
ChrioUsas aad how I floundered boate ;
UNvagh those terrible streets. !
I tried to get a hack bat no back-;
m would take ate anywhere near '
Kewalo. not for doable fare. I bad
to walk it In the darkness aad the'
wearing rain. j
Fell Into the Sewer.
"At Sooth aad Qoeen streets, bar-
lag so atach mod aad water in ray '
hees that I coold hardly move mx
fee, I removed my shoes, rolled up
my troasers aad started to wade. AH
wont wall enough until I arrived at
Oooke street. At this point I was
wading la water up to my waist I
1mm! lost my shoes by a stumble over
a rock la the middle of the road a
Utile farther back. Suddenly my feet
went from under me and I fell with
the witter above my head. I thought
1 had by some accident walked off into
the sea, although, the sea was never
as dirty as that water was. I lm-,
mediately struck out with my hands
sad hit them against the sides of a
large hole. Then I discovered that
I was In the sewer extension. As I
atate to the surface, something slippery
brushed against my face. It
was a fish. I think it must have been
a tars cat-fish.
"As I went oa a little further 1 saw
a light and balled it. The light was
close to the water. I found it was a
back, a wrecked hark. The rig had
gone aground aad the driver, a Chi-,
nose, could not get it out of the mud.
I made a mental note of the number
ta ease there was any reward offered
for Information in regard to the rig
aad 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
balldlnas on Laniwai street near
Cooke street. He says that the only
tsi&e la his opinion that keeps the
people of Kewaio from an attack of
the plague is the fact that the salt
water from the sea ooses through the
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY. TAXT RY S, 1902.
saady soil aad forms a salty surface . frequence of this violation of
the accumulated filth In the vacant 11 ordinances the Chinese was 3ned
lots aad side streets. Laniwai street j and costs.
Is always flooded, he says. Accord-
lag to Mr. Kaiser people living on La-'
ttlwat street often iTnd It impossible
to get to the stores to buy food and
aaatattmes prefer having 'only a lit
tle to eat rather than wade through
the water and mud 'to the corner
Cooke Near Kzwalahao.
AI the corner of Cooke and Kawal-,
ahao streets are several small cottage.
Deans Crux and his family
live lu one of them. At this boose It
was learned yesterday that' the moet
disgusting condition of things exists ,
food washes out the cewpool which i
accommodates tour houses and scat-
tors the contents all over the yard. ;
7e cesspool has not been emptied
for seven months, according to oae;
MHdM( . who has llvprf .. there a vair. ,
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Aaother resident of three months de-
dares It has not been emptied during
Sal ie Clerwbo ba charge of
tholKestock their gates to prevent
ike Inspector of the Board of
ifieatth from coming around to In
Says Boyd Doesn't Care. ;
Said trs Deaaa Crux yesterdav: F remedied. Oahu Ice & Electric Co.
"if waste people lived ia Kewalo to, Jf rw y a reliable watchman to
any axteat thus horrible coadit:oa of!gaard yj. offiw duriag the aight '
affatrs would not be allowed to ; sine 111. Coadon's Patrol,
J W" rfC ' OSh?. Rates easy. I
, .. .. . .. .??..'
wain. iir munw are ico easj
aasl good-natured. Saperinteadeat of :
PaeUe Works J. H. Boj'd is a Ha wall- j
an aad he ought to do something for i
his aaaatrymea. Other things are
done wkh Govcrameat money j
wfcien are aot of such gresi
t tka, saloi -is tt'ATa (a sarV' naif In )
Xwsh." said aaother reeMeat
"there would be moaey coming oat
of the treasury nalck enough. I doa't
think Boj'd half waats to no anything
ta th matter.'
Another Sever Accident
"It was only the ether day that my
ststT fell iato the opa wer which
5s bultd'.ag as tb c:raeT of Ccoke and
Qoeea Greets." said Mrs. Craz. "She
nit her right leg oatte badly. The,
water was all orer the street and she
ket aad did not know tb sewer
H?J. tHi f" ",
been hilled, bat for lock- ,
It is aa acta! fact that cat-fish are ;
! sometimes fooad la the streets of
Kewrio. Foreman Lord, cf the s')
... . , ... '
jg. ca& tour oa Friday test
Occasionally- a mallet or two are
ta;o rtt's "' 7d
" "" iron reca a asa soaa.
J ar ""? a Xealo
wfco taT ulte the taie of af
fntttot V a,i '
w wo hb story aaa to
kaow vhea thiage are goiag to be
reaedied. They shoold ask Boyd.
CLASHING OF GLANS
IW P.T J TH WW X T ft
TOP PIECE WHICH CAUSED RiOT.
Varletv to Allenfrf Tr,,fhf,.l !
tors In Yesterday's Session of
Police Court Affair of Honor
Settled by Court Remitting Fine.
Some uncomplimentary remarks
regardiag the prowess of a native hat
maker resalted in a deluge of retdotent
language from Mahulna aad .
so it was stated by a long
suffering public residing down in the
classic precincts of Kewalo.
According to a tale unfolded before
Judge Wilcox in the police court yesterday,
the prevailing styles in head-
gear seemed to form a basis which
canted a clash of clans. The cbspu '
.. hv Mahl,ina sompd tn .ritat I
I9rTeg of her He,ghbor nd J
a protracted season of 'hot sir" the
beitgerents were corralled and taken
to the police station, after which pace !
was again restored in the vales of Ke-1
After a sifting of testimony given
by & large neighboring contingent, the
court arrived at the conclusion tbat
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 I6walo.
The adultery case, in which Antonia
Colon, a daughter of sunny Porto Rico,
and W. S. Hicks, a sailor, figured.
waa urflllA,. Ih tnl! npaf,.rtAt'An Ac
K7 , .T ;K " "7,
entanglement began to thicken.
Prosecutor Chillingworth suggested
to the court that a nolle pros be
tered against each defendant.
Judste Wilcox fined James H. Ped-
grift, charged with assault and battery
on E. Edwards, the sum of one dollar,!
and remitted the penalty; It was
claimed the trouble was caused by j
some uncomplimentary remarks being!
offered by Edwards to a lady friend
of Pedgrifts. FlsU were called into
play to settle what was regarded as
an affair of honor. Pedgrifi's arrest
Ah Chin persisted in feeding his
faithful equine upon the streets of
Honolulu In preference to the secluded
recesses of his stables, aad in con-
Homooo. In a moment of forsetial"
uesg ,eft ng teaal aa,, on a pub.i
.. iiinrnhtr , thM the
... ,, ...
rested. He received a discharge when
brought before the tribunal. !
Twelve gamblers were lined p on
the charge of gambling. Several bad I
forfeited ball because of
ance. Those present acknowledged'
their guilt and were taxed th sum
of $10 and court costs.
Ah Ngee was granted until this
There will be a meeting cf tie Ho-1
uolulu Chamber of Commerce held in
mum. U'Iiiki4iv .. .. . Janmrr .. cii t'
,s. ww w .- w. ,
io . m.. (over Castle & Cooke's.)
Go to the Camarinos Ice Cream
CoWr ot M "4
Vou are having Ice deUTered to you
ever' dy. " 7 ? " " i
up Bine 3151. a no aave l aetect
a Q,k wbfekev which can be
" w -
onuaeaded as being Al Is Andrew
Usher & Co.s Special Reserve O. V. ;
uae i Mtive cragses In aH kinds
straw, ready made or made to or-
aer at g. Dohrs. Nuuanu street op-
We are through with oar saoek taking
aow and with fresh goods on the
coaster await yoor fanher pleasure.
Iwakaral & Co.
American aad Chinese dry goods
mark-ad away down in price" at Goo
Kim's stort. Nuuanu street
morning to establish some kind of
permanent connection with hard
work. He is charged with vagrancy.
Leper Benefit Concert.
. Kaaehaiaeba Alumni Aseocia I
tioa is bosr making preparaUoas foe !
wn which will be given at the .
Opera Horn on ion,r IS for taef 1
beagj of the Leper SetUesMMt.
- jv. so-,,- fU alsa eo t
CTl iiawauan soys aaa girts at Ka-
waiahao Seminary or the
mean schools. I
Supreme Chancellor Conducts Cere-,
monies for Mystic Lodge No. 2.
For the first time la the history of
the Kalsht of Prthias. a lodge's oS I
cers were lastalled by a Sureae Rep-
reseatatlve test night Hystk Lodge
No. 2 had this honor conferred upon
it and the members of the local or
sanlzatfon appreciate the distinction. ,
The ceremonies attached to the installation
of officers of Mystic Lodge
were conducted by Sapreme Chancellor
Ogden H. Fethers assisted by the
following grand officers: G.M. at A..
twaru iOWSe. f .C.; U.K.K. Of fc.
HMtrna Tlanntenn t C . CI AT r TI-
S. J. Salter. P.C.; G.V.C. John Kid!
well; G.I. G.. J. T. Crawley; G.O.G..
Ira - Burkett, P.C.; Grand Prelate
r. fcCKartlt. POJ.U.S.C.; G.M. of
'.. A. J. Durby; and G.M of E.
The following officers were install
ed: C.C.. L Morris; V.C., J. B. Gorman;
M. of Work. H. J. Gallagher,,
P.C.; K. of R. and S. A. E. Murphy,
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 j
iting brothers. The local lodge is !
tnrty years old and was the first ;
lod5e to be established west of the I
Rocky mountains. I
NATIONAL GUARD DOINGS.
Co ..G Elects Officers and Co, "A"
Has Good Drill. ,
Practical work was resumed by the
National Guard last night at the Drill
Shed. Company A had a long 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 t
and countermarching around the Drill
Shed, Co. "G' was electing officers, , i
Recimpntai AnM,, o,or
sided over the elections which result-,
as follows: Captain. Gus Rose:
first lieutenant. S K.
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 premises were not molested. I
Suspicious noises came from the1
buildings in the rear of Dr. Anderson's .
office, and the visit of a special police-1
man failed to reveal anything out of '
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NEW LAW FIRM.
Attorney Edwin S. Gill and Philip
J. Farley, a recently arrived lawyer. ,
have entered into partnership. Not- j
withstanding the brief time which Mr. '
Gill has occunied in tlio lprni nronn I
he has obtained a most encouraging!
practice, demonstrating bjs ability and j
proving his integrity to all who havef
dealings with him. Mr. Farley was!
recently admitted to the Hawaiian bar j
on certificates from the Boston Uni-i
versity law department and the Su-
Contracts taken on all kinds of work.
down.!vate Firms Books examined and re-
excavating, building, tearing
c . o,i..i f,..
Clb 1. 11. airl, I.UUU u.ui.
You C not see us advertise a sale!
once a month to dear out old stock. ,
W T! 2" Sl 7 " n' I
now. don t fall to profit bj it. E -1
- rl "-
R costs no more to look dressy than
lt .$ to look shabby if you buy your
rea.stremeuts from the Kash Stores.
Everything ia gents foraishings in
stock a3l ai moderate prices.
p meate aBU tables alwavs
fH band, delivered to anr part of the
city- The Motroiwlltaa Meat Market.
QHr nevv. Arc Lamps are the talk
of those storekeepers that are using
them. The univerrai opinion Is that
i thejy are Uie best light ever used n
Honolulu. The Hawaiian Electric .
j Cc Ltd.
A nice cool glass of beer on a hot ;
dusty dav is fine: von cap always get f Saving Deposits will be received
It at the Aloha Saloon, down by the and interest allowed by this Bank at
' 1 Per cent per annum.
t n-,K: .
iron worses. Printed copies of the Rales and Reg-
Use our flashlights for the ations may be obtained on application
of burglars, yon can "spring It" i tiem.
on them by touching a button. Padscj
Hardware Co.. Fort and Bethel streets
preste Court of SfasoacaasettSv Tie
oSces of the new law Srm an? la the
Magooa bniWiar oa Merchant street
Another Msrdl Gras Sail.
The trustees of the Heaofcala Ee
jtsar la&rmary latesd striae a
e;,. at the end of Febraary
eaM5 of toJi wai te fc
.ItL0 Sf.B" 3 "
Gras ball of last rpor will fc
3 na pnjalseat society
ladles of this city, hlch -will soon be
Retrenchment the Word.
High Sflriff has received
acadon '"a Attorney Geaeral
Dol taat ta strictest economy mast
be eiersed in the management of
-e 9 aeparunent owing to me
lack of funds.
Phoue WMte 911
For Some GENTTTlfE TmtTPS
All kindj of drinks delivered to all
parts or the city upon, the receipt of
Soda Wafer Work
127 Miller Street
sta Just Opened
An entirely New Consignment of
SILk GOODS IN PIECE,
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERED,
CARVED IVORY WARE,
SANDAL WOOD BOXES.
JEWELRY and NOVELTIES.
ALL ORIENTAL GOODS OF
THE VERY BEST.
Fhnfig Fat Cqb ?
33 KING STREET.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigar
RYAN & DEMENT.
Northwest corner Hotel and Nuuauu
Honolulu Brewing and Malting
Draught and Bottled Beer,
King street, opp. 0. R. & L. Co.
RYAN & DEMENT, Prop.
SHOP & COMPACT
EsteuTsliliecI ia. 1S5S,
Transact business in all departments
Collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of 9redit lssued on The Bank of Ca,'f"
Correspondents: The Bant? of
nia: Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
T-n- n m .1 nl.IM n ni.rt
and Japan through tfle Hongkong &
Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Chartered Bank of India, Australia &
Interest allowed on term deposits at
tu ,- ot o.
Seven days notice, at 2 per cent
Three months, at 3 per cent
Six months, at 31" 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
Uu,k" ""- -sic"T" "
pared. Trustees on Bankrupt or In
Office. 924 Bethel Street.
posit, received and interest al
towed at 4u per cent per annum, in
.accordance with Rules and
tions. copies of which may be
uu '"'"" "'""
INSURANCE DEPARTMEN I
Agents for Fire, Marine. Life. Accident
and Employers' Liability Insurance
Insurance Office. 924 Bethel Street.
'.bishop -& co;,
Office at banking building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO,
Ceaparisoos beis? oat the stronj
points in favw of our glasses, demonstrate
superiority ia the mate ami finish
ef oar frames, aad show the bts&iy
polished, dear cat aad accurately centered
excellence of our lenses.
FACTORr ON THE PREMISES
A. N. 53NFORD,
Boston Building, Fort street.
The Tri -Weekly Leading Newspaper.
Best Job Printing at Lowest Prices.
Proprietor, - -Editor, DR. T inTAjTCTRA
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River Street near Beretania Bridge.
P. 0. Box S42. Tel. White 54L
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. - . ILT
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 Bank.
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
Boucht and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC-COUNTED
( ( BUTTER ILK
Delivered twice daily to any part
a' the town.
When ordering ring up BLUE 3171.
A. B. DOAK, - Manager
City office, phono Main 391, P. 0.
OAHU RAILWAY M UNO GO
i 2EU y 2S" Z&1L
From and After January 1, 1901
DallT DUj Daily Dr DT
Sta-.tons- ex ex
ca am sin pm
Hoccluhi 3 je 9d3 U-0& 3 US
Pearl City 8303 9:i3 11:0 3:T
EwaXJU 333 to a ISsDO, litt :1
TVat&aae 10 sJO IttS
EiOiaiu 12:32 tili
DIJy DaUj DUj OalSr DaT
tuitions. ci ex
4U am a a au
KahukQ . i 3v m 2-ft
ZvsMilt Si53 7:15 1-M an
Part City C-.15
Hacslala 13 Sr
G. P. DENISON, FC. SMITH.
Superintendent P. t T. A.
JannaiT Sale-of Ciideiiiis
This is oar first GREAT SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR and
w? mean to make it the most wonderful sale of any kind ever held ia
Honolulu. No words that we coald woold be too strong- ta
the solenoid valves which w shall offer for the six days
of thfe sale. The prices;, we honestly beBere, are the very lowest la
the wocM for good goods. Aad these sre good goo. Svery article
in this sale has been selected with the object fas view of caaatagr
every boyer U become a permanent caotouiei of the bone.
Most people know how oar sales are coodocted. They know that
a WHITNEY &. MARSH SALE fe a sale ta fact as well as la name.
They know that the day before he sole begins, or the day after It
eads. they cannot purchase any article at the same price that prevails
la the sale. Ia this iastaace .to every piece of underwear which
figures la this sale there has been pinned a pink ticket beariag the
sale price. If there are aay garmeats left at the dose of the sale oa
Saturday afternoon these tteketss come off and the articles go back
to their original prices. There are two more sales of other articles,
which we will not bow raeatioa. to be held la the two weeks following
this. Ia both oC these sales the same policy of extraordinary
prices for the week ofChe sale only will be carried, oat.
Muslin underwear is this year daintier than ever before. It Is
made mostly from aae. sheer fabrics: mastta. cambric aad laws.
trimmed with pretty Insertion, embroideries and ribbon. The night
gowns usually have low necks and short sleeves, with trimming of
ribbon, and lace Or embroidery and are especially suitable to this
Corset covers, chemises, petticoats and drawers are characterized
by a wealth of variety in stle and daintiness in trimming
WlIlirNriSY & ZVlien. ltd.
A boy once wrote: "I htv a
rooster fer tew things one Is the
krow that iz in him. and the other
is the spurs that air oa him to
bak up his crow with."
We admit having crowed eftoa
and kwd. but we have the "spars
to back up the krow."
We sell pure
H. MAT &
Telephones, 22, 24, 92.
Agents Co. 5ltd.
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Something that will wear, look
well and not cost too much.
WE HAVE IT
In every wood, color, shape and
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1146 11 IS Fort Street
Its absolute purity combined with h
make it a delightful beverage and
Order a case from Brewerr
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Estimates furnished on First-Class
Modern Plumbing. ,
The Patronage of Ownera. Arehl
lt and Builders Solicited.
P. O. Box 162. 115 Union t
P. 0. Box 3S6.
the rare flavor of the choicest bops,
the best tonic.
for table use. Main S41.
No. 64 Hotel, opp. New England Bat
ery. and Hotel street, opi.
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Style. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
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