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Hon. A . V. KrpotUnl, Circuit Tiid. WIUmU
KflmunA H. Hurt. Cirri! Circuit Court. Wnllulm
4m1 V. A. Mulvny IMst M:iItrii... Wnlltilet
Clin. Oniiii. " " MttUiiwnff
ii o t l.itln.inll
KnnnktJ. ' " ' Hon'm'i's 1
J. Knliimft, " ' . ""
" MiitM.ni., " " Klpuimln
" McCorriston " " MoloUnl
" Kfthnohali.tii.1s. " ' L.nl
T,. M. UnUlwln. Shortrt. WnllnVu
W. K. Puffery, IJftrfffj Wffri Wiilluku
Eilmif Morton, " '.' Mmcnwiio
H. i. Ho-. " ' l;hi-liu
K. Wit i rock. " ' "'"''
it. n. Hitchcock. " ' Mofni.,11
Levi Jo.wpli " " KtpaMilu
Cftp'nln Police. Writ'inm
ft. I.., " Muknwno
!. K. Kf-ivetin1m, " " l,i.h:itn
II. .. K:iU-o. " ' ""
.). II. Wilmington, Kl;ni:in
W. T. ltoblo.tun, Ttx Awnw, wnUuHn
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Arweswr Wulluku
OeoriieCopp, ." " . ' "l0
Q. Dunn, ' " LftnuiiiR
M. H. Koutcr, ' " ""
U. Votr The Republican Tigtket. Tho News may fairly he
oncoded to bo conservative in its political utterances. Unin
flamod bv partizin it has nlwavs tieretoforo pointed tni. the
(Safest political road to travel, and it, lms only hepit wln ri its siis
irestions were" unliepdpd that trouble has come, to ns. As in the
p:ist, the sigrt jWost of the News stondilv points i ffif road whore
our host interest lip, and with a heartfelt riosire to promote Urn
general goofl, tin? News stronglv iirgp a Kf ..'- I it. HiH-M-mx iv
heat Wednesday; for so manv unci such' rrntn reason" thtff, ?. i. :i
waste of time to point them' out.. Aside from the J'aci vhat an
blected republican ticket on Maui would be in harmony wih the
tickets elected on the other islands, with the government of the
Territory, with Congress nnd with the Preidnnt tff- tho United
States, we must consider how hopeless that either tltjj't'emociwt
or liome rulers would ho in ' th'i loffislaturts so J(tr a concerns
pnshinir the true intorestsof the Territory along th. tinus laid down
iy a ropiihlieui congress and president. This is n.i time IW par
iisun wrangles. as every good citizen wilt adnlit.hVi thoso of u who
nre true to the best interests of "bur Islands wjrt lay aside personal
feelings and vote the republican ticket straight;
31 The result of the removal of High Sheriff Brown and Deputy
Chillingworth brings the question of liquor traffic and liquor
licenses intodistinct. prnmirfpncp, and thelegislatcro will doubtless
Mid eavor to d vi! wUh tnnse" qnesrio is. In cim w 1. t .- liquor
trade should 1:pov iis hands tiff. If it ;.nioiuntioii if liquor dfuiers
is effect.oi nnd ;i sufk" i-afsi'd.as it. is claimed wh.s fwrnmrly done.
Ihe lesris'atuiv will bo hfampond in its notions, an I v'ill hesitate to
Inko radical Ptpps for fuir of biding unrlpr suspicion of having linen
controlled by the, "sack". A radical change ia required in otir
liquors laws, allowing aaore liberality and less amouuts for
licenses But liquor dealers and others interested may wisely leave
the whole question to be disposed of by the people through their
senators and representatives.
5 While there Is no question but what Parker is the ot.ly man
who could have lipid together the democratic vots in H:p Ivistern
States, still ho is not a man who can win democratic votes fr mi the
republican tanks. Neither can he htld tho full democratic vote in
ilip western or free silver states, and for thesS reasons there has
iit lno tune been any show wh'itever for his election. Roosevalk has
litid easy running from th start, and the noxt issue of the News will
un.loubtedly announce his election, the only question being fhe
size of hs majority. The result s of the Island elections Hung in the
balance for a while, but the indications now strongly ar? tnat there
wilt be a republican clean sweep next Wednesday, which in iv os
ftible inclrfde Wailnkw, ffltough perhaps that is too nnch to hopt
for. ' u S B
j8? With Cecil Brown and the Hawaii Herald on one end of tho
tedor board aud Governor Carter and Mr. Hatter, late of the main
' fand on the other, a side-show is presented which is liable to attract
attention from the main performance. But the voters : of the Islands
will bo very foolish if they allow themselvos to he diverted fro'm
Iheir purpose to elect republican ticket. The nno may come
when a democratic party is ffeedel and there ?s a nuclous of men'
who will lend it respectability when that time comns; imt, t the
prosentwriting a ffeinocratic Victory would imperil our bust in
fprest. Kject republicans this yeir.
5, The Russian navy has not exacly covered itseff with glory
during the war, although it has developed some ciVfi'tuble work.
But the Russian navy as a whole is a rather an anomalous affair, and
the event in the North Sea is still enveloped in mystery. The
clearing of the m vstery mav develop the fact the that. tish:ng
J. L. 3
Aliov -ire jiliitwn two ilffoct. f tl e
cvi !ii-i r ull for Tliei'lwo
c iir1ii.n Chi' l ie In produce oilu r
di'fi'cts -.wii'. initity symptoms.
Wcfc it not for nerve and muscle
("i'ri. 1. 1 Uif f v... i'vim-v m:.n miflit sp
. . i-,i invn L'iii.-si-s; imt, with these
r in ' l.lt-i.,-. tln man . wtto at-
1 1-ill j r o : t l-N nw ii i'V. ' or hi0VP8
f !1iou'd lave an inliinatp
i."ii'i'.'l tl..-..1 '.f tlii I'l lifnh" oruan.
(:ir Kii-i vli'ilii' i.f i !u anatomical
' i'. m il ;:,:itiv '. i- ' piitf-tic;l ox-
i.t fi m - in fln lit.tinir "f ula8",
I V"iir r ire.
A. .IN. SA'.NTORD,
(Inn hi ii to Oit1c1in
i ll! )1-'1( IT Ioio'lilU
0'lT M '3' fe CK
. . 'rn ki m .-men rr -j
Ik Ikvnk of Hawaii
ftnth. Main, Oct. 11 F.vorytlntij?
fa ready rarly tnrlay for tie la-.v cii
inn from tee Hath Iron U'oi k t he
largest vessel ever built in thettlaie
of Maine, the twin screw, lirjit tlas
hnitleship, "Gpnrt'iu." Mis Slcln'
Tat", (latiiMtcr of the late M ij. Win.
rnf". ami sister of (.Vngrcssmnb F.
('ftrter 't ate, who iil christen the
vessel, a'ntl other irni sts of 'he build
ers arrived yosferdaf .
'J'he Georgia is o'ne'o'f 'lie three 'at
tlesliips authorised under the act
congress approved March 3, 18!)!),
and is nlo a duplicate of 'tjie two a i
'honzefl and approved '.!Vin"-; 7, I !(!
Kiiiv fur these Hve battleships were
peni.'l at the r.avy ih pariipeut N.
vimi.er 15, liii'O, and in I'Vbrn.o
1901 ; the Hath iron works w;i awiim
d the conlrat.t for the huil'iiiu.' of i, .u
OtfOi iiia, a siler ship ef i le Virginia.
Rhodn Inland, iNew Jeoev mki No
iirfl'sM, at a contract pi kv.f .t. ")!)').
Tht Georgia belongs to tho most
powerful type of battleship afloat
and also to the largest trisa. She
has a trial dispfafreir.eni of l.'i.lHH
tons and w -t35 feef, loitir, TO fei-t u
inches beam nnd under trial c ncl :
tiona will draw 21 feet, whildt-lie Ins
an extreme draft of 20 feel lnn
fully l..idi;d and equipped i' Ii slure.
coul, aintnt nitidii, eie.
The hull has a cellar doul.le bnttnit:
and is divided into about 2-5 water
tiif i t eoinpartincuts. The crafi is
fully protected by the best of armor,
having a combined weight of 370(1
gross tons and which includes a main
belt extending t!ie entire length of
each sfdff from eleven to four inches
thick. Tim Upper ea.eineii , araior,
and the at liwafrlsliip armor .-ix lneius
ihicK. The t welve iirc'n turrets rind
uaruetts a-'e eovereJ With a ten i.e.,
armor tli: eisni rn'CrV lurrt-t.-f rn i
I bet ls with six ilicii ULf.MF. Tne
conning tower is nine in;l.ej ffi'ick.
the signal tower five inches thick and
the gun protection and splinter bulk
heads are two ana three inches thick
There is a protective deck at . the
water line and below this n a com
plete belt of copper bands to pro
tect the steering gear and equipment
and which are tilled with celhiios.-.
tvluch promptly Kwells to KWer.d
I times i ts owu weight when wet, lhu
stopping any hole by Mint.
Thi battery of the Georgia consist!.
of four twelve inch breech loading
rifles, eight eight inch breech loadim.'
rifles, twelve six-inch breech loadim;
rides of rapid movement, twelve
three in:h bfftech loadinj.' rapid Hie
rilles, twelve" three-pounder iuii-.
four one-pumler' -uuioiiiaue guu.-,
four one-pounder ffibglo sh6t guns.
two three-Inch field g'tms, tw mi'
chine guns and six autdiVr. tic guns.
There are also' four submerged tor
pedo tubes, here is a bunker ca
pacity of 1900 tonf of coal, and Hie
Geoi'L'ii is equipped with the f. IKuv
jug machinery: two four evlinder ti l
plo e pansion envir.es. each dr; int
one bronze t hree-Vladed pron l!er a
bout 18 feet in diameter,, 'ihu Inter
mediate cylinder, 57 lu-.-lto in ilium.'
ter, and two Imv pressure evliuilers
tiliindie. inches in dia.ue.er, all. .v UWHl UK OF
mg a is incu siroice. me eng-.m-ii
I eurpoiMted Under the f.aws of
the Kexiilic of Hawaii. -
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I'l.'i'l.1" s , 2iM,iinn mi
. ; n ; ) i v i i i i-; i : ; i 1 1- rift f 70,1 . m
.'has. M. Covrk-e.,, President
I. C. .l.i'iu'S Vice-President
i:W.Maefarlanit.. 2nd Vicf-Presicent
II. C.Nike Cashier
0. Ilu-tace Assistant Cashier
K. D. Teniivr. I. A. McCandless,
x H. Atiierti.n. K. V. Itishop.
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and Savings Business.
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Hid I ii.. -it yr.tir surplit 'ft wrfavinu
an i in ilii. la;o. t p'!1 cn.l
ir-t I'D -a in'.js account.- a-1-
,- ime do tar "pens one I. or-.
smnck were I ido'i, with Japanese rien and explosives, 'ri wl
ftispRnsfiiri will V jusfi'fipd. Jjirt attho samtimi it ;wpii,k -in
tnat. tr sucn is nm ra-, tne unssmn tiPf t. should not. havp stnpin.it
find; secured snc'li pvidnee as would have proven tlufr right to
fire on :irjipeVuily VianuJelss fishing smaclis
Most ffvWs bring tWelr" own cure, in the end. Lynching in the
South is beginning to p.tll on tho minds of the leading southorners.
simply becjf'f' fy ncn tijf" has failed in -accomplishing tins eiTuct of
st innitng out, the classof crimes whih uvoltud its terrors. Judge
J01109 of AhibHina, who was rnoeiltly appointed to th. Federal
.Tudgship for tm Northern Circuit of Alibamt. his d liwred
a charge to an imoUfneled gr m l ; jury which marks t:t doom
of lynching in tli" South, and lvno:t ng will ))is.s away liic dueling j
and other former inhibited practices.
JJi The springing of the f.rap which launched Miranda into et"
nity was a fniglc and fitting finalo to aim of the most p-ithetic' inci
dents ever known in the Islands, and now that: scone lias c1oSe'(T,- se
rious reflections ails". To prevent, rather than to punisir friuie ii
iho one end of tho criminal law. Vo know that we slill bav'ea orimi
unl element here, and the fa!o of Miranda is no assurance that
6therpood men will- not suffer at the h mds of miscreant's. A stricter
nurv.'illiince of criainal element is iinperativ.'ly doiiianded.
jf The proposed ligament: W-idnlfi tnxt T i"'l iv kr:rn...ii be
tween the All-MauiSnml the K1 alios is mi rwi-i w.i'iMi should ait ructa
large nttoaulawre' TruoH iK op ftlei-tion da,y, lnji thox .J o v.i.-"f
to attend the gHinecim do their voting in the foronooii and Hi k" in the
game in tho nfto-noon. Hoth tP ims rpprpsnnt the cream tif llonolu
m and Maui, and a game richly wort h seinjj 'Vt'.t 2 suit. Ln nil fit
lend and fcncmrrase'6irr BthletnS'outhv
exhaust in two condeusers, c ich hay
lag a cooling surface of about 12,000
square feet. There are lIv'My f. m
Nicluusse boilers irtSTi'"- A? eiL-ht
water tight comiiarlm'ents, having a
total grate sui-tatfe of l lltl nuarl
"Inr tfeet and a c.oi'H kting suj face of
p. o. n x sic g
Chinese nnd jMp.Miicfie
ill W'ldln n nd 'Kntier. 'rent e'lsp ,',:idei t li.e nn 'p.
Pltiln anI Twisteil Sii-it'f'f
In sizes from 2x3 to Mill font. Nuliine- found wliieh m
id ve equal service fiir sani' money. R.-rK, ftrowns, Gre.-ns
and J tint s. '
Plain straw is thecbe-iipr grade, and IVisicd the btter.
In nize from 2x4 to 12x12 f";t. IUiip and White, nlo Solid
Blue Crntttr with Grecian Horder.
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WALK. 'WRITE, WIPE)
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SOMEHOW ANYJIOW GET SOME
The Best Nickel CIor In the Market
'2fabe-3(ahu ui Sled road Company
.-ipjare fWr.., This tsp'ipmei;
will vive a speed of ID kuoU J ln.ii:'
or one knbt faster than an 6'.iitle-
ship now in the service of lluV Suited
Two lulf kilowatt genernrtetff AW
six fiO kilowatt generators' si'A fur
nish he ClVe'trical equipment fVr' six
50 inch seai'l-li'll'tits, l.OOJ.rUaVAVcsV
cents and foV Very purpoTe for
whiuh lectricity whl b u'm-iC. Im'
pnrtanl accessories on-the' liratt i i
elude an uv auuruiing iMiiC iV-,tillin
plant for converting saYl wSi'ier iul i
fresh ice plant, laundry,- mucin.. u
shop, electric sii;ualling cuinniunic.i;
lions throughout ship, telephone,
wireless telegi'apny, air ctnnpiehsiuo
pi tnt, complete coalini; gear, el. el
ric switches, etc.
Doh uiili'.urv mu.-ts wl h ti'htin.' i
ti-ps bud si mil ling gear are now In
posil.on, ii nd tnree suioUi: fu.n.-Uare
net up aal the G. oi k' a iia.-u distine.
lioo of being, the tir.-i bat leship
launched with steam up.
Th"G-oigia is lit lid for a flj
i ninu. ij ariei-a are provided tor a
total i). 7ti i men, coiihi.-tii. v( one
ftaif oflicer, tine i-omii:ai.il:uo o'fn er.
one chief ot staff, 'i'l wardri em licei
VI junior odiceri., 10 warrant Itic- r
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T.Utl I ' I 45 ' 2.00 3.45 Kahului Leave t;.2ll l.-ju
,M2 8.51 PJ.IW 2.12 3.57 Puunene Arrive r.f, i.:f
7 ' f ." i , 12.25 2.20 , 4.03 Puunene Leave c.4 L4
vA , 12.40 2.32 4.15 Kshultli' Arrive 6.55 1.55
7.3.'i !, 9.40 2.35 Kahului Ltave .-r a'.i;,
7.17 9.55 '2-. 47 ' Puunene Arrive P. '.- 3.2 1
.7.VI , 10.10 '2f.5fj Puuucuc Leaie J.20 a.-J5
S. : 10.25 3.07 Kahului ' Arrive 8.:J3 :i.40
8.12 10.55 ' 3.12
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j 8.37 11.33' 3.38
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.voi IfVLse. Iscm and the 11 iwaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;
WILDEU'S STEAMSHIP CO.
, hnpbrtera one! Dealers In1
I - .i s.. t ;uOOD -hi-. B T y-,.f V sil!es tobVh and surfaced. ; -S. FY iO'IS und IiLI "
fu ;!.-..- ,tn I .i I v.. l. C:: )V t .i'.'.n.niN'.S nnd INSIDE FINISH Xl LUMIJK!:, ;!,n a t)ljim ,.
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