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OPPOSITION TO FUMON.
Honolulu l'uprr Itnvlrn Sltuntloiu
Woods nml Ills Editor.
" They would like to have us
fuse," said Chief Alii Charlie Not
ley, of the Home Rule party, "on
the basts that they nominate the
officers and we vote for them. Not!"
And so there will be no fusion of
the Home Rulers aud the Demo
crats this year. Alii Notley knows
what he is talkimr about, livery
Home Rule precinct club in this
Territory has met and passed reso
lutions opposed to fusion. Aud
that leaves Palmer Woods and Cur
tis Iaukea, as the two most dis
tinguished advocates of the fusion
policy, in a corner gasping for
Palmer Woods, indeed, has already
gasped out something about to this
effect to his friends aud intimates
about town, having presumably had
a consultation with his extremely
clever editor before leaving the big
island for the big town.
" It's no use. I am not going to
run again this year I have my
private business to attend to, and it
is time for somebody else to get in
aud bear the heat aud burden of
the day "
GOOD THING FOR PALMER.
Which goes to show what a
deuced good thing it is to have pri
vatebusiness that you cannot afford
to neglect in season when political
clouds are particularly lowering,
tud fusion plans go all agley and,
also, to have an Editor.
As to Colonel Iaukea well, be
is a man of much more optimistic
temperament than Senator Woods
and maybe he needs the place more.
Anyway, he is still advocating
fusion and keeping his weather
eye trained on that Supervisorship-at-Large
as a convenient thing to
siderstep into in the event that it
becomes necessary to get out ot the
way of his friend Kuhio. As it will.
The man who does not get out of
the way of Kuhio this time is going
to get run down. Even the Demo
crats in the outer districts are
beginning to endorse the sitting
Delegate and the Home Rulers
would endorse him in a minute, if
they thought he wanted endorse
ment. .Indeed, this promises to be
a regular campaign of Kuhio har
monywith the .parties all asking
the Delegate to take the nomination,
instead of the Delegate seeking
favors; aud all the bad lmoles who
do not like this thing sitting out
side the fence and making faces.
HOME RULE PROCLAMA
TION. In the meantime, the Home
Rulers are the busiest people in the
bunch. Besides having passed reso
lutions in the precinct clubs against
fusion with the Democrats, the fol
lowing proclamation, likewise said
to relate to fusion, appears in Ha
waiian in a late number of their
organ, Ka Na'i Aupuni :
" PROCLAMATION SETTING
A DAY FOR THE MEET
ING OF THE DISTRICT
COMMITTEES OF THE
KUOKOA HOME RULA
Notice is hereby given to the dis
trict and couuty committees of the
Home Rula Party of the different
islands and counties throughout
the Territory, that they hold a
meeting to fulfill the provisions pro
vided for by Section 15 of the Con
stitution of the Home Rula Party,
on the second briday in June.
CHAS. K. NOTLEY, Pres.
WM. KALAEHAO, Temporary
Chairman, Executive Committee.
Illoody Texus Hiittlo,
El Paso', Texas, June 2. A
bloody battle between Mexicans
and Americans has resulted from a
strike in progress in W. C. Greene's
mine at Cananea, Mexico, 'as a re
sult of which forty Mexicans have
The Americans are now on the
defensive, aud the town is burning.
American and Mexican troops
are en route to the scene of the
trouble, and in the meantime the
fighting is continuing.
Mlchui'l Duvltt Ik Omul.
vitt is dead.
31. Michael Du-
Tri Wmttf into .toUBU'kii) kao,
Fresno, Cal., May 28. Floods
are threatening to do serious dam
age in the San Joaquin' Valley,
Louisville, Tenn.,. May 28. A
passenger train was derailed near
here today, resulting in twelve
people being killed and 15 injured.
Mobile, Ala., May 28. Light
ning struck ndmidst the spectators
nt n baseball game yesterday.
Five were killed and twenty-five
Dublin, May 28,-Michacl Da
vitt is dying,
Vienna, May 28. A settlement
upon the ,Austro-Hungnrinn cus
toms tariff question- has been
thus, May 2. liombs were
thrown here at the carriages ol the
governor general and the chief of
police, who escaped unharmed.
Sebastopol, May 28. Bombs
were thrown here during a review
of troops Eleven were killed and
one hundred wounded. Some offi
cials were among those injured.
Tokio, May 28. Admiral Togo,
Baron Kureki and Marquis Ito will
soon depart for Manchuria on
business connected with tuc ques
tion of maintaining the railway
under government control.
The anniversary of the battle in
the Japan Sea has been celebrated
with brilliant festivities.
St. Petersburg, May 27. The
spirit of revolution is prevailing
throughout Russia, and a conflict
between the crown and the nation
appears to be inevitable. It is
possible that a general, strike may
begin on Monday.
The government has been openly
denounced on the floor of Parlia
ment, and the lower house of the
Douma yesterday demanded the
resignation of the Ministry, only
seven votes being cast against the
Madrid, May 27. The gifts of
King Allonso to his bride will
amount in value to one million
Cape Haytien, Hayti, May 27.
A revolution has broken out in San
to Domingo in favor of Jiminez.
Washington, D. C, May 26
Robert P. Lewis an Hawaiian, who
threatened to do violeude to Presi
dent Roosevelt, is suspected of in
sanity. St. Petersburg, May 26. The
Premier has presented the plans of
the government to the Douma.
St. Petersburg, May 26. The
lower house of the Douma, today
demanded the resignation of the
ministry. Seven nay votes were
cast against lhe measure.
Houghton, Mich., May 26.
Fifty-seven seismic shocks were
felt here today.
Seattle, May 26. The S. S. Da
kota of the great Northern S. S.
Company arrived today from Yoko
hama in 9 days and 1 1 hours.
Trenton, New Jersy, May' '26.
The Great Western Sugar Com
pany lias increased its capital to
St Petersburg, May 26. Ter
rorism is extremely active through
out the -empire, and thre: assassi
nations of officials are reported
from the provinces of the interior.
It is feared that the Czar's denial
of full amnesty for political, agra
rian and military offenses will cause
a general strike.
Moscow, May 26. The trouble
has already commenced here. Be'
cause the authorities weter appre
hensive of an exodus of workmen
and the beginning of a demonstra
tion, meu gathered about the fact
ories were dispersed by Cossacks.
Two were killed, and many women
and children ridden down.
San Francisco, May 26. The
Chinese Minister and the Six Com
panies have decided to send a thou
sand destitute Chinese, made home
less by the earthquake and fire
back to their own couutry.
Manila, May 26. Datto Ali, a
leading Moro chieftain of Minda
ano, who had been reported killed,
turns out to be very much alive.
He is now organizing an unprisiug
in conjunction with several other I
dattos. . J
Los Angeles, California, May 26.
The Nelson-Hcrrcra fight did
not take place last night. The
men. were unable to agree as to
weights, the claim being that the
scales were faulty, and the assem
blage of 4500 sports who had gath
ered to see the contest were com
pelled to go away disappointed.
St. Petersburg, May 28. The
attitude of the emperor in dealing
with the present crisis in Parliament
Odessa, May 28. An agent of
Russian secret police was assassi
nated here today.
Washington, D. C, May 28. A
revolution iri Guatemala is threat
ened, Tokio, May 28. An incipient
revolt has occurred in Hongju.
Japanese troops have been sent to
the scene of the outbreak.
Vienna, May 28. The cabinet to
day resigned because of dissatisfac
tion over the terms of the recent
settlement of the customs tariff ques
tion between Austria and Hungary.
Tokio; May 28. The S. S. Sib
eria has been placed, in quarantine
on account of suspected plague
aboard. She arrived at Yokohama
from Japanese and Chinese ports.
To Open Lands On Mnui.
The Laud Department is getting
ready to open a lot more land on
Maui for disposition in various
ways. Among these will be some
homesteads at Kamaole, near Kihei.
These are dry kula lauds, and the
natives in that vicinity wanL them
"I will give them as much of it
as they may want," said the Land
Besides these, they will be offered
for sale between four and five hun
dred acres of land at Kamaole.
Also, it is proposed to make a clean
up of the remnants of the land in
the vicinity of Olowalu. There
are about rooo acres of which some
thing like 400 are in cane. This cane
land, however, is in scattered tracts
and is hard to get water on. For
that reason it is not going to be
held for settlement purposes. The'
lands, in fact, lie all along the
beach at Olowalu, and are broken
in various directions by kulea
nas and private holdings, It is
expensive iand to work, for the
reason that in planting it cannot be
plowed but must be broken up with
The balance of this 1000 acres
consists of the dryest kind of pas
ture laud, salty and sandy. It is
thought this will be ready to put
on sale about June 30, as will the
The Department is likewise get
ting ready to survey the Hakalau
lands, which have been applied for
by the Portuguese Settlement
Associations at Hilo.
feca Level Can n I
Washington, May 27. That the
earthquake which destroyed San
Francisco was an important factor
in determining the vote of the Sen
ate committee on interoceanic canals
in favor of a sea level type is appar
ent from the fact that a feature 9? the
majority report is a discussion of
the effect such as earthquakes
might have no locks and dams.
The majority report in favor of a
sea level danal was submitted today
by Senator Kittredge.
Discussing the advantage of the
sea level canal to the country con
trolling it in time of war, the report
" If free from all obstacles to
quick transit, 100 warships of aver
age size, moving in one direction,
route clear, could be passed from
ocean to ocean in less than a day.
All naval commanders nnd commer
cial masters of the great national
and private vessels of the world are
almost ' to a man opposed unalter
ably to the introduction of any lock
to lift vessels over the low summit
that nature has left for us to re
move." To lie L'ourt-murtluletl.
St. Petersburg, May 3t. The
trial by court martial of Admirals
NebogatofT, Grigorieff aud Smirnoff
for surrendering to the Japanese
will commence iu June.
Island Hoys Unthcr Laurels.
Alfred Castle is winning base
ball honor for himself and for Har
vard in the university games being
played in the East. Beginning the
season as a spare pitcher in the
Harvard nine he has won through
consistent work a place in the regu
lar firing line in all the big games.
In the southern tour of the team
Castle was their mainstay, throw
ing in the hardest game of the trip
against the Annapolis College and
fanning nine of the basemen.
This record was beaten by him
on May 12, when in the box against
the University of Pennsylvania he
struck out twelve and held the
hard hitting Peunsylvauiaus down
to five scattered hits Through
the game only two men came up
before him and walked. The game
was a ten innings oue and went to
Harvard with a score of 4 to t.
Another most interesting point
in connection with this match was
that the single tally secured by the
Penns. was brought in a single by
Kauka Judd, also of Honolulu, who
got his hit in the third inning.
Many Minor Sliorks.
Private letters received in the
Alameda's mail contain the state
ment that there have been earth
quake shocks in San Francisco
every day since the big one that
wrecked the city on April 18. A
number of these have been reported
by the Associated Press by cable,
but it is apparently the hardest
shocks that are so noted. The let
ters state that the people run out of
their houses very much frightened
every time there is a tremor of the
earth, but probably it does not take
a severe one to make them do that.
" I was told while absent," said
Mr. J. O. Carter, who recently
returned from the Coast, "that
there had been 2 ;o tremblors
in the San Francisco district since
the eaithquake of April 18. I only
felt oue during my stay, and that
was good and hard. It made plas
ter fall at San Jose. People said
there were slight shocks every
night, but I did not feel them. The
thing got on my nerves a bit and I
was glad to get home. Advertiser.
Morcrntiiciit L'ersoniil Property.
Honolulu, May 26. A private
cable has been received from Wash
ington announcing the final passage
of the act to authorize the Territorial
government of Hawaii to dispose of
personal property transferred at the
time of annexation to the federal
government. The bill removes
several difficulties which have em
barrassed the local government in
dealing with property of this sort.
It passed the House on Thursday
of this week and is now in the hands
of the President, having passed the
Senate some time ago.
There is a lot of property affected
by this bill, much of it in the pos
session'of the Public Works depart
ment. Under the letter of the law
as it stood Superintendent Holloway
was responsible for every mule, for
example, turned over to him for
use as property of the United States.
The new law gives the Territory
control and allows the Territory to
sell such property if it chooses.
London, May 31. It is feared
that the British battleship Montagu,
which is ashore near L,undy Island,
will be a total loss.
t'ltzslmmoiiH Fight Stopped.
Philadelphia, May 30. The Gov
ernor has succeeded in preventing
the Fitzsimmons-Bums fight.
An Old Maxim Applied to' a Modern
'Everyone speaks of the feast as
he finds it," is a maxim of the
Portuguese. Judging by the letters
received from people all .over the
country, praising Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, it is evident this remedy
I has been found satisfactory. It is
the best known remedy for diar
rhoea, aud no case has yet been
reported where it has failed to give
relief, and it has been iu general
use for more than a quarter of a
century. For sale by Hilo Drug
Good appetito, good digostion,
theao are essential to good health; nnd the
following testimonial shows how thtty were
obtained by using
"Six years ago I h.id an attack of InJi-
?estion and liver complaint that tailed
or weeks. I was un.ible to do nny hard
work, had no appetite, food distressed me,
and I sufTered much from headache. My
Via was sallow, and sleep did not refresh
me. I tried several remedies without
obtaining nny relief. Finally, ono ot my
customers recommended Aycr's Sarsapa
rilla. It helped me from the first in
fact, after taking bIx bottles I was com
pletely cured, and could eat anything and
sleep like a child."
There are many imitation
Be sure you get."AYER'S."
ATSH'S FILLS, thtt.it family UlltlTI.
For Sale by HILO
MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
Direct Line between San Fran
cisco and Hilo, comprising the
Al Steamer Enterprise
And the following Past Sailers:
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Bark RODERICK DHU
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
And other Specially Chartered vessels
make this trip with at least one of these
boats each month, carrying both Freight
The Passenger rate by tbe Enterprise
between San Fianciscouud Hilohasbeen
reduced to $60.
v For dates of sailing and terms,
Jno. D. Spreckels & Bros. Co
327 Market St., San Francisco
G. II. PIERCK, Agent, Hito, Hawaii
OHlce at Matsou Navigation Co's
Warehouse, Waiakea. Tel. 86 h
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
A.M. P.M. STATIONS
2:301V Hilo ar
2:35 ar.... Waiakea ...ar
3:15 ar Keaau ar
4:15 ar.. Glenuooil...lv
2:301V uno ar
2:36 ar,... Waiakea ...ar
2:55!".. .Olaa Mill. ..ar
3:02 ar Keaau .....or
3:19 r.., Ferndale ...ar
3:35 ar-Mount. V'w..ar
The trains of this Company between
Hilo and Puna will be run as follows:
Leave Hilo Station, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa aud Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kinau, running
through to Puna and stopping at Pahok'
,iv 11110 ar
ar.R. R. Wharf.ar
ar.... Waiakea. ...ar
ar Pahoa ar
jar Puna lv
..;iv Htlo ar
ar.... Waiakea. ..ar
ar..,-. Pahoa.. .ar
ar Puna lv
Excursion tickets between all nnlnts
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
(ciuwiiug, unui me lonowing Monday
Commutation tickets, pood for iwmv.
five rides between anv two nnlntii. ami
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
D. E. METZGER,
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