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lV t a i t t rit , ti-. - SUBSCRIPTION I - RATES: k - Por Month .... M y - One Tear 5.S0 s I Six Months.... 3.00 ": Three Months. 1X9 Z -.l-t(ltktMttlttT1ITir'l'' '? &.- ' i you : I CANT - ? START TH3 I s NEW TEAR ? i BETTER THAXs f BT ORDERING i I THE REPUBLICAN j Pbona Main 2IS. "iiiii mint i t in in i :. THE HONOLULU VOLUME IV. NO. 505. HONOLULU, BT. T., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS VJLULtf REPUBECM Irf o i I ?l & lf-a? ""1 i,i ' a II i v. 3 I 7 BIG DISTILLERY IS (MM BI IT Seventeen Barrels of Product Are Destroyed in Last Night's Bail 5JILL SECRETED IN LMTiHi; AND KEWALO WILL BE SAFE! Republican's Efforts Have Not Been In Vain Three Principal Operators Arrested and Placed Behind Bars. Are Mitel t Still Has Been Under Police Surveillance for Many Months. Japanese Distillers Employ Many Ingenious Contrivances for Sec recy Prisoners Brought to Town. liTr-3L0!'B0YD WILL DIG A DITCH the container a fire 'was burning. . Orer the container was a small box. the latter being surmounted by an im provised condenser made from a ker-l osene can. Water was supplied the still from a well situated close by, and the fluid, toeing fed through a wooden pipe, the Japanese bad era ployed a unique contrivance to cover the smoke stack to prevent the smoke. from attracting attention. Okolehao Mash Destroyed. Within the improvised building or shelter the officers found several , barrels of Okolehao mash, made from ( bran, potatoes, honey water and oth-' ar Ingredients. Two empty barrels were also discovered on the premises , which had contained the mixture. , n. Jt . rt 4 -iuIII!............!. ! me iiiBL m l ui uupuiy uuuusnuiiu was to empty the mash upon the ground. The barrels were then brok en up into kindling wood. Ten gallons of the finished product; were taken from the place. The Okolehao was found stored In large ana small demijonns, togemer wun aj wher. mil1.fifih snort m, tt.riji few "square faces." Would you want to spend your time The third Japanese was caught as In Kewalo's sluggish slime, he was approaching the still unmind-l Breathing cdors un-sublime? ful of danger. The deputy secured nis QUEEN'S HOSPITAL TRUSTEES' MEETING' 1 D rnc ) PHYSICIANS DELIVER REPORTS Report Shows Number of Deaths and Cases Treated During Past Year' Also Gives Specific Account of Different Diseases. r l nuLLn WILL HAVE THE LABOR SUPPORT b a Few Days the Public Ms Department Hill Commence pi Swampy and Oleallal District In a Sanitary Condition. m Putt Result of Conference Between 1 Committee and the Organizations. IN FOSTER HALL Would you wallow In Kewalo, j If you're anxious to get sickly. Where the water's never shallow? You must move there very quickly. ould you wish to wade and wiggle, ! For our Jimmie Boyd's arranging To commence a little changing In the landscape's gurgling jnush Of Kewalo's swamps of slush. Where the wilfull waters gush. 1 prisoners, then made his way to the What is believed to be the largest , ljRht house at DianKmd Head and Illicit distillery of Okolehao in oper- j teIcpnoned for assistance. atton on the Island of Oaha was put out of action and completely destroy ed at r Into hour yesterday afternoon by a force of men from the'police de partment headed by Deputy Sheriff Chilllngworth and Captain Kanae. , The officers have also the arrest of j 0Hto, the Jajtaneee proprietor and two assistants to their credit. Buried in the center of a vast area of utntmta, ia a locality far removed front any dwelling, the illicit still ha Nourished for many months past, and Mm product had proven one of the unsolved mysteries which continually etmfrout the police department Still Taken from the Premises. A couple of officers with an express wngon were dispatched to the scene of the raid, and they were driven close to the still. "The work of putting the district of Kewalo in a sanitary condition will be commenced almost Immediately' anu wnen once tne work has been be- - f Hear the vell-o -from Kewalo' "Down with mud! Away with smell o Kewaloites have struck it rich Boyd's about to dig a ditch. Wonder where he got the dough With the "cash on hand" so low? Go and ask him; I don't know A regular meeting of the Trustees' of the Queen's Hospital was held yesterday morning. The reports of Attending Surgeon Dr. C. B. Wood and Attending Physician Dr. C. B. Cooper for the quarter ending Decern- Sber 31 were received and approved. t POLITICIANS ine aunuai report o: superintend j dent Johannes F. Eckardt was also received and adopted. This report . Precinct RtlleS IOf Primaries XT6 ' saoivcu ine nuraoer ox patients in ine (hospital on January 1. 5S; admitted during the year. 750. Total number , of patients treated SIT.as against 6S1 ! In 1S97; Sll in 1S9S; 1043 In 1S99.; "'. . ........ ine number or ueatns. bi. in a total t i of SIT patients gives a percentage of ' S.4 1 per cent, as against S per cent ' , in 1S97; I2.33 per cent in 1S9S; 9.50, Adopted and Meeting Lasts Long". i per cent in 1S99; 9.94 per cent in 1900. Of the 69 deaths. 9 occurred In 12 W. F. SABIX. , hours, 6 within 24hours and 6 within made for the necessary money. ) 4S hours of admission. i .Mr. tjovu was asKeu as to wueiuei , me diseases treated were as fol Letters From Delegate Wilcox at Washington Addressed to Senator Kalauokalani Are Read and Dis cussed Hawaii's Representative Reports That He is Recovering. The Home Rule R&ubllcaa party's Fever (Typhoid 29, Malarial; executive committee hekf a roustag meeting in Foster Hall last eventag. the business on hand occupying ti The existence of the still has been rcputy Chilllngworth declares tLnt Know, to the oHicers lor a consitiora-, the distillery had a capacity of iK Whe nit came to defining tv gallons a day of pure has been well aware of the needs of mat district. Heretofore, however. we have been unable to do anything, th was forthcoming. I lows: in the matter. Our hands have been. ..t,k j i. r- nnnm. I 44) 73: Rheumatism. 32: Dehllltv. 13: gun it will not cease until that much-, more or Jess titd and it has been im-j , thp moneV" T,-as tr Bovd's hap-, Syphilis 39; Gonorrhoea 19; Ulcers taiKeu-or locality has been converted , rossible to meet the public demand ,v the monev part of the prop-' and Tumors S9; Disease of the Eye. I present until a late hour. into as pieasant a part of the city as and begin work on putting Kewalo in n3;tin :,. :.,. nm, thp work wlii Ear and Nose 16; Nervous System. , a report from the special labor or- be started in a few days. The money. 23; Circulating System. 17; Absor-1 ganlzatlon committee, consisting of bent System, -15; Respiratory System, i John Emmelnth. James CJuinn and , SI; Digestive System. SO; Cutaneous, Fred Beckley. a committee appointed to work in the interests of the aflittB tion of the labor interests of the Isl ands with the Home Rule RepunMa ' party, was listened to. The commit I tee. one member of which. FijnI l Beckley. was not present at the j meeting, reported that a conference 1 had already been held with the rep- M -,,.-, r resentatives of the labor Interest W V i H Y ' aud thnt anolner confewnce would Tl LVUiO ilLiJllll' J. take pjnee within a short tlate. ' Labor Interests Friendly .frJLTf .t0 !Lme lhe KW"' I tempted to bring about such ar- the Makiki ditch and the draining of flff ORGANIZATION GIVES DANCE u " thTeffecV thai Se tbeibor any other," said Superintendent of i a proper condition. Public Works .las. H. Boyd, smiling1 "Arrangements have now been Tl'ifK PnitffnntiAn n H .1 i. A. A. i In the interim the deputy and his! , V nlX V pni.ii LUUie"iy l' made, the Treasurer cooperating ... .. ,, , , t last nfSht to a Republican reporter. . with the Public Works Denartment assistant had taken the illicit and Im- .... L ,. , w'in int- ruu,lc orKs uepartment. i i u:ii - i Victory for The Republican. wherebv the draining of Kewalo will provised distillery apart, and the, . , r , ... ,, , , . , ' . ,,,,.., r-u At last The Republ can's continued e almost immediately undertaken affair was loaded into the wagon. The, and thomnsh expPosuros of the un-land the people of thatV part of the demijohns of Okolehao ware ta-.enj healtnfuit dangerous and disgraceful ' ty. when the work is finished, will along, and last, but not least, in , conditions in Kewalo are about to have nothing to complain of. three Japanese operators. The drive have their effect and the Department! Had Not Forgotten Kewalo. to town was made without ireidr is in sight." To Begin at Lunalilo. The proposed ditch will begin at Lunalilo street and run, by way of Kapiolani street, down through the swampy lands of Kewalo and so on to the broad Pacific. The Kewalo matter was brought up of tli mncMin rkf fjnt-nmnr Flnto mill -.r r..l.ll tti.-. mi i, , . . "" V14t ""-"-""o " .,w. ..... .w.., .... i"' I"""- '" wiiiiuhenomoime "A thoush nothinir has been dcne.h i,i of ti, v-,r?n,. Torrifnr;rl the party arriving at the nolle sta matter and start to remedy the ex-, to relieve the conditions in Kewalo departments in the Capitol vesterday. ticn last evening shortlyfcbefore ion 'sthig evil which threatens the health J heretofore, this department had bv ' with the result that an understanding o-tlcck. ?"'' ,,liS.tur.bs.fhe comfort of so many no means lost sight of the needs of! was reached whereby the Department that place. I have from time to timel0f Public Works can go ahead with System, 13; Urinary and Generative, System. r3; Organs of Locomotion, ' 15; Cellular Tissues. 11; Injuries and Accidents. 191; Poisonings. 7; f Total S17 . ZMDAS CLUB . hundreds in this city. . ..-- ...... . -- -' 109 period. Whe nit came to defining tv ganons a dav of pure Okolehao. orougnt to the attention of the ; rangements that work could be ccm- Kewalo without any anxiety as to the Its rct locution the me working, and th output could have been eas.ly kIo.1 showin, hT- thTtd is'S Z on the case were foiled in every at-1 incr0ased. lilt! (llltTl ULUl I1UL1 ICTIll'.:- nlnnf I.nll.. ...! . . ., . , i . . , I i !. utrtiij uuuur aier must 01 tne ""i" w """ " mHSHiynwHw. '"Sod the expense of production by us-, time, rain or snine; how the over from whence large quantities of Oko-1 h,K honey in place of sugar, the hon-' flow from a fish-Dond has been the ll.n kmiLKA. M.Mra . n.l hlnfl.nl " ... .. I ' "" mniiHianuiCTi uuu inu.-vui0y ueij,g secured in the locality VfHMt ta market. Chilllngworth Given a Tip An Important Capture. cause of cesspools becoming obnox ious by their insistent self assertion menced there at once. Kewalo is certainly in a very bad condition. I am perfectly familiar with the condi am perfectly familiar with the conditions there, having made purpose of thoroughly acquainting myself with what was needed In the financial part of the matter. One Hitch Possible. j organizations are not ready to swetur PROGRESS HALL THE SCENE OF i allegiance to any platform or prin ciples until such platform and prm- I In the back-yards of premises in Ke-1 way cf draining and placing the place lr rY.l kn a-tMnit. . .. a I ! l..-1il...i l .i t" fUa fkf-rnv . ut tatrV1a Alntnil frM i iUU uuikcm mi. llis"" -".u ui" waiO: nnil hnw Tirnnprti- nirnsrc nnd I in n lionlthr,,! oml nmfnftol.t ,.n,.,ll Within the past tew days Deputy ' y,e cai,tun.t Which in police circles residents suffer daily from the dis-' tion." Unnimgworth was piacou in posses-j ls considered by far the most import-' graceful roads or canals and the hor- Jon of more definite Information. ; aut made by the department In manyinble stench which disgusts the citi- With Captain Kanae. the officers left ; a day. The product from the still in ' zens of t,,at uncared-for district, tiie police station . promptly at 3 j lIestJon has been sunnlving a large Work Begins in February. , -.. - o clock yesterday afternoon; and;amount o "condensed joyousness,", Superintendent of Public Works J. rve out Walklklwnrd and beyond aud lts sourco has caused the officers H. Boyd said last night that work UbunomI Head. Taking the new Dia-j ,n in.iniiTP in much musculation ! would be commenced early next mond Head road the officers left, The three Japanese, handcuffed, ac-' month their teams and struck out across .....pnto,! tho nfiwrs without ofTor- country to ivnatuwai insirici. , jK anv In a dense jungle situated about . th CGtral station thev cave their wo miles mauka of the tract of crown nanies ar Omoto. who claims to be ' tawds. beyond Diamond Head.-and in the owner or the still, and Tamara1 POWFR OfiTrTFr? IN the vicinity of the lands of the lato!and Nas;atn. 1UHI110 UAlilIl 111 Paul Iseuberg. the men came upon Tho 11Ucit distillers will be arralgn h aliuoH impenetrable jungle of Ian- od ..no the chari:e of manufacturing Wtm and troploal growth, through' sjrltuous liquors contrary to law. . j which they cut and tore their way. , thcir cases bcinj. brought before WHOLESALE LIQUOR LICENSE.! in mwklag tkeir way through this Judge Wilcox of the First District, wrwiry lav bhicw? wvtv iiiiuromcu pnnrl this, morn nsr. I Saloon L rense for kt.-ihi.lni U R. Kewalo to be Drained. Kewalo is to be drained. Work will be begun within a fewMlays. The construction of the Makiki ditch will be commenced early next' month. Superintendent of Public Works Boyd has said so. Superintendent Boyd made this as- "There has been a great deal said strtion vesterdav in thp nresence of Territorial Treasurer William H. Wright. Arrangements have been resistonce. When booked at concerning the conditions in Kewalo." sam .ir. tioyu, "ana tnis department A BRILLIANT AFFAIR LAST NIGHT. People Were Present Every Person in the Hall It is said that there is one little1 hitch in the proposed great work of' sanitation in Kewalo. It is not stat-l ed just what this possible hitch Is. J M young .. ... .O .. ...U J ....WW,. ..w ...w, deeply concerned that it is not any thing to do with the money end' of the proposition and that it is likely that this one piece of rough ground, in the otherwise now smooth path way of sanitary progress for Kewalo. will be eradicated so that nothing, i ... i,i - ium .m c.,n,. in n ,..,,. f A very successful dance was given the good work. " J last .nlSht at Psre35 Hall by thoi memuers oi tne newiy-uorn .f nuas , Club. It was an exclusively Invlta j and Was Decorated .With Leis Be. tween Dances Gallant Knights clples have been established and made known, they are nevertheless ready, artor bocomlng perfectly -familiar with such platform and prkiW pies, to give full support to the Home wRuIe Republican party, providing, of Luutv, Luub w: iiiui.i'tca w '"r K ty are such as will not in any wa7s clash with the vital Interests of thJT' Supply Refreshments to Ladies, j laboring people and are such asgtp advance their Interests ia this eMPl- I try. j The Home Rulers feel ecn&denf that the labor organizations will There is rejoicing in the land of t ,"t'",ue? ol "' ":" '!r ...: stand and win with them at the next Kewalo. the inhabitants of that coun ;,au- u as an exc.usne.j in,.u , electlon. Th are WBflde, tbat lk try are delighted at the prospect of a ; ton affair and many of the prominent ; ,abor votg wI Ho- clean district and a healthful one. '0l,nS De3nle of "nlu, werei Ru!e Republican vote. The Heme They say: "Bully for Boyd." s present. Rulers are enthusiastic in their wortc ! CELEBRATE CAPITOL AS USUAL Mm0n , , u u u . . .J"' Preparing for the next caatpaigtt ..o.... .. . .u. u i.. ...in . , ' , . and saj nuuu6cau,a ui, mtr uumciauu n,oy a committee composed Ol i.: be heard. O'Brien. G. A. Young and J. G. Sen Emperor William II. of Germany! Uef who decorated them wUh leis. with a most difficult proposition. Their clothee were almost torn from TjApiiT frt T)TTIT C1IAW o their backs. Mud bespattered.' nUllAH 1U nU OflUlY fros crawling over a portion of the rttstaare on hands and knees. Chil-i lingworth ami Kanne were finally re-! warded in their herculean offorts by' WITHOUT ANY HUIS. is fused Complaint Against Assist ant Harbor Master Marx to be Investigated Kona-Kau Railway, j slga.Ua the Okolehao sttM. which t At a meeting between Governor Dole nnd the heads of the various J Hogan has concluded to run the ; Territorial departments in the Capi-, that their organization Is now as nearly perfect as can possibly 1 be. The report of the committee on InKfti nirrn nUninn .ao - - J - - s t -. r....nK. n ic-n nA I " uihauiaiivu ao cvnbiuciiii ir, ,h. rhZ "im, r iw ! The ha" had beC" prettU arranBa.most favorable and was adopted. ascended the throne on June lo. 1SSS. ; with coiorei streamers and flowers ' prec?nCt Rules Adonted ftlllllllfAl ,t,o ,che,n,.-.a h.r cceha, lrop, plam, ,rDl9hM somt. w " - ,-ST. ,2 (become a factor all over the world, insnlrlnir music . . . .t. . . .. ,jj,. , . ,n5P'rine music. i fairs in the precincts for tfce prima- DrrriiTTnv' it nxrvcrrn'c nccirr As a consequence the btrthdaj of the Between dances refreshments were ri Mi th rnUt w.r a.imti ho RECEPTION AT HAGKFELD S OFFICE sovereign will be celebrated at even served. and the flrst dance gtven bv' jjj meeUag adSraedl s ...wm...,;. o .. w-..".. .- v anu ine occasion ior an evening oi t i f... ,ir nn s n!nHm nn invnltv tr . ... o eu in a lev, uays. Z ::" , j;; .," - J0- ant sa,et-v- I letters addressed to Senator Ktf uis luuutrv uuu uia iuivt. LOYAL GERMANS WILL BER ANNIVERSARY REMEM-OF THEIR SOVEREIGN. Ifcey so log had hopwl to capture. Sttll is in Operation. , ! show business without the aid of a i j0j yesterday morning, besides the j hui and. boglnning on Saturday even-, consideration of the Kewalo matter,; which annears elsewhere, several! matters of routine business were con-! sidereJ. . i The application of Wolters, Wald- tni 1.. -n-lll fn n lln(ff! flniA nm. , iui,, uw n.i, v.i ...... . ...-. , The establishment was operated by.duce a series of good attractions at JaHaueee. Six Orientals are believed the Orpheum. to hve been connected with the busl- The play for the opening night is jwse. The officers first saw an out-, -a Trln tn Coontown" which is otrnn r. nn r , n-),niaia iin,,n n btttMtng. of smali dimensions. Around, tne farco comedy order, and contains! cense ng apProved. and about this structure wis a dense 3 great deal of good, wholesome fun. ! Macfarlane & Co. were refused n cttfkse Of lantana. which hid the sun- Some enUrely new songs and business , transfer of their saloon license to posed enclosure from view, a brief XVill be introduced and. as he has his,Kahuiui from Wailuku on its expira-J Consul Will Receive at His New Quarters in Building Newly Com pleted Opening of Block Post poned as Interior is Not Yet Fin ished Hoch Der Kaiser Prcsit! J. F. Hackfeld & Company will not open their new building on Monday TITLED GERMANS WILL BE WITH PRINCE HENRY WASHINGTON. January 13 Dr. von Holleben, the German Embassa dor at Washington, today reclved a; assistants. ! were: W. C. Crook Miss H. MrParflv .T cablegram from Berlin giving the H. Flynn. Miss" M. Burns. J. Schaefer, dates of arrival and departure of Mrs. Small. H. Simpson. Miss F Mc The Zendas Club is a social organ-1 fcuokalan! from Delegate Robert ization of which H. C Bickerton isiwiicox at Washington, relatir to the president, and C H. D. Smith ! bills to be introduced in Congress the secretary and treasurer. J. H. : concerning Hawaii, were read and Flynn. R.-Lamont and A. Chambers j discussed. The Delegate report 1 constitute the membership commit-j that he was still ill but was rapidly tee. At last night's dance J. N. Sha- recovering bis stroagth and health fer acted as Hoor manager with T. A. J under the care of good doctors O'Brien and C. A- S. Simpson as his; Mrs. Wilcox, who was nres-nt at Among those present the meeting, said that her husbanl expected to be as well as usual in a couple of weks. according to Wtt-r recelred by the Ventura. Prince Henrv and a list of the party Corriston. J. G. Schllef, Miss T. Os3. wait resulted in the officers seeing a MmMnv in fino worklnsr order, a .; . , r , ' uaa P"uy p.annea. as u Mrs. c. M. Smith. C. F. Myhre. Mrs. w"t'.' " uuu jix .riLfiAi x. luc cutwu xu uuc-i . .. - . i wnn iatiii amimnanv mm in inn - - .. .Tne- Anon th .ifir of tho liuild 1 ...h.i.. nmn,icui '... . .. ..........,: win be Impossible to have tne prem- . . . z ' - ... . J- benaeter. T. Smith. Miss C. Kied- as had previously been planned, as it. lag and emerge with a large demi john, which was afterwards found to . tion was situated formerly at Kahului ! ises ready by that time. ; United States. him to Prince Henrv will ar- lln. Mr. Small. Miss E. Andrew. M. MRS. MARIA HOFFMAN DEAD. The birthday of theGerman Emper rive on the Kronprinz Wilhelm on Simpson. Miss C. Dletz. D- McCorris- KONA SUGAR LOAN) AND BONDS ARRANGED but was moved on account of thej .plague fires. Owing to he fact that - - , nnA .,.,, , . ton. Miss H. Lederer. H. C. Bickerton. ! another, llcensp had been issued ins or- wn!cn tMs on lh,s date- wlU be rcu'uu'---u' " - Mrs , , ..u j a vMnr mi. It is understood that a meeting "f promptly placed under arrost by Cap- One of City's Oldest Kamaainas Was,the me9Jllline for Kahului. the re-! celebrated in due form, however, by; many onuhe Hamburg-American lin- H A. Dellex. J. H. Harrison. Mrs. i the stockholders of the Kooa Suga- contain Okolohao. This man was' tain Kanae. XetseJessly tho officers I stole for-1 uaueo Away Tcstcruay. (transfer cannot be allowed. Yesterday forenoon Mrs. Maria j , acreenient between the Terri- ! the loyal sons of "das Vaterland" er Columbia. March Sth. ward and. gaining entrance to the Hoffman, widow of Dr. Edward Hoff- j tQTy. and tQe Kona.Kdu Railroad submitted by Superintendent of Pnb ! lie Works J. H Boyd, in accordance little bulkling. soon found a means man. died from old age at her home sllhmjttPf. h.. cnDerintendent of Pnb- He will be, G. t Norris. S. Jacobsen. Mrs. T. A. (Company was held ye3torday aftr who. like Heine's "Fichtentaum" are : accompanied by Hofmarschall. Vice- Simpson. O. Sellers. Mrs. H. Z. Aus-t noon at 2 o'clock, at which the stock- and two uu. i- a. aiewa. jir. n. rerKins., hoidere authorized .wss .n. uoraen. sen vicicers. Mrs. the directors to Japanese was found at work tending) Vi of egress into an enclosure of heavy;on Wyllle street at an age of S ' accordance 1, T ,, T ' j growth of lantana. as they supposed, rears. Mrs. Hoffman, who was a na-j wtth nclusjo relcned at the la7t A ?ptln "1 be h!dt at tvro If wifh," - nM., w tho Vm n.i i v ot M&ine- llved ia Honolulu for wltb conclusions reached at tne last Q clock in the afternoon at the con- f AUlhln taU oroa was the sVn- Tj aiover fifty vears and leaves a verf meeUng. was approved. i sal's aew office, which Is in the Wal- on a foreign shore longing for theiAdmlral von Seckendorff conntrv where no "citronen bliihn."aidseaniP' Lieutenant-Commanders Hg x Fatten 5"Us5 (arrange a Ioaa for the Kona Sugar A reception will be held at two Schmidt von Schwind and Von Egidy. j,;, L Livingston. Miss M. Ma-! Company. The Issue of 3300 000 ia physician will be Dr. delra. R. Lamont. F. L. Garrow. C. s tK,na5 aiso ratined by the stock F. Moore. H. A. Giles. E. IL Leonard, j nolders at yesterday's meeting. C. H. Sawyer. W. H. McCIelkn. H. ' His chief Rench. , ''iar Hrol of friends here. Her C. Brewer & Co. had presented aklRi end of the Queen street section' Baron von Tirpitz. tne German faec- um-connenscrb. ine wwuu mau Wil J nearest relatives here are her two letter of complaint, stating that on j or the new building. While this retary of State for the Navy, with . Austin. El H. Boyen. can Get Their M. S. Back, arrested by Chlllingworth. nieces. Miss Burbank. the librarian, j account of the alleged Incompetency! function will probably be limited to'hia aid-de-camp, LIentenaEt-Comma-, " ' ' Contributors of manuscripts for ta Ingenious Contrivance. and Mrs. von Gravemeyer of Hllo. ot Assistant Harbor Master "Marx.!21 more or less formal celebration of - der Voa Trotha. will also accompanv Father Taylor's Visit. Kllohana Art League llterarr cos The still wM one on which "a good I In accordance with the request of , h j. A d vdch witb'tha f eTfa: il a ? the party. Emperor William will, The Reverend Father Taylor, of .tests can have these returned upon ! the deceased the remains will be proposition that the patriotic Ger- Joal of skill had been exercised in' . .L. , , , ,. i i the dredger of Gotten Bros. & Ccm , r .Me f, n i,Kr-, ra crcniaiea. lue luatrui win tanf iiwcc , f i-a .w w.,. v.-.-n; uiu.v construction. It was located in ai,, t-,, .-trian. c,.nfll.t causing damages to the extent otj v.,rrnr. mhpr nlar5 n n lataH sort of shed or covering of about j - 3.30 D m. . Rev. H. H. Parker wil' j S121.75. The matter is being invest!-j time, and that "Hoch der Kaiser.: v JUteon feet long by six feet wide. jfflclate. ; send his Adjutant-General, General on Plessin. Captain of the Nary, Utah, was a visitor at the Catholic, giving their non -i nlamas tn Mission yesterday morning. Father gated. 'Prosit," "Gesundheir." Tntrtn Snlnnca tn n Afrlcfl? Hnla.! I aimta w.. 1 .1 -r . . n tf..,ii . a- rr., tj.i ----- - w.-. -j,- wis .u mc i-fogrt-ss bkh, -w.i. u , w.uiuc, iu and was a nassenssr on th Ventura and various' decamp to the Emperor. - j for Sydney, Australia. t.v secretary who can be found la tv- on Tuesday and Friday, frra 3 -1:30 p. m. till -""?