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HONOLULU, H. I., PEIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1899.
Pbiob 5 Oentb.
ARDOR OF THE
Near Approach of Assistance
Bolsters British Confi
dence. Unconlrmed Report of General Jon.
bert's Death Armored Train
In Another Boer Trap Lady-
Smith Still Hold's Out.
I London, Nov. 17. Tho"Var Olllce re
cclved the following dispatch from
"Capo Town, Thursday, November 1C
(evening). Have received from Hlld
yard, Pletcrmarltzburg, a telegram dat
ed November 15, of which the following
Is the purport:
" 'The ofllccr commanding the troops
lit Estcourt reports nt midday that an
armored train left Estcourt this morn
ing with a company of tho Dublin Fu
Hllccrs and a company of tho Duiban
. Volunteers. North of Krcro they en
countered a party of Boers and began
to withdraw. While retiring some of
tho trucks were derailed. The Dub
linn turned out nnd advanced towatds
tho enemy, while tho rest of tho train
Appears to hnvo returned without them
" Tho officer commanding the troops
reports that ho was sending mounted
troops in order to cover their with
drawal, but thatabout one hundred arc
LADYSMITH FULLY ENCIRCLF.D.
Pretoria, Thursday, Nov. !). Tho fol
lowing dispatch has been received from
tho Boer ramp at Elands Laagte, under
"Ladysmlth has been completely en
circled by tho Doer forces. Our second
big gun was successfully placed In po
sition on Buluwnn IIllj in front of
Lndyjmlth. Tho firing of heavy guns
commenced early this, morning with 'in
casualties to the Burghers up to the
"Botha has hcllographed from the
south of Ladysmlth that the British
batteries opened a heavy lire with big
guns nnd continuously dropped shells
Into tho works around Ladysmlth. Tho
l'tvtorla force was In a tight placo,
having taken up a position command
ing the DrlMsh fire, which was so hot
that tho" position becamo.untenablo.
T'iO British big guns, hovever, nvcd
.NO ANXIETY AT ESTCOURT.
Estcourt, Nov. 17. Noon Tho Kl
mclo Doer forco has taken up a posi
tion near Ennersdnle, a few miles north
of hero. They havo eight 7-poundcrs
and two French guns. Their strength
Is 2000 men. They havo looted Hen
All Is quiet hero and ready for tho
enemy If ho attacks. There is no anx
iety. REPORT FROM CHURCHILL.
New York, Nov. 17. A despatch to
tho World, from Estcourt, Natal, glcs
tho last cable from Lieut. Wlnchcll
Spencer Churchill beforo his capturo
hy tho Doers. Tho despatch says:
''About five hundred Doers have ar
rived at Chlovcly station. They blew
up tho railway lino there with dyna
mite, retiring on seeing a mounted In
fantry patrol, and other patrolling par
ties. The Doers aro reported today to
ho south of tho Tugola Ylvcr, which
runa through Colenso.
"Reports from Weenon (nbout twen
ty miles northeast of Estcourt), indi
cate, that it Is posslblo that an attack
Is Intended to be made upon mis piace.
(This undoubtedly refers to the move
ment of General Schalkburger's com
mand, which has been reported as ad
vancing from the Transvaal through
Zulnland upon the capital of Natal In
tho rear of tho British troops penned
up In Ladysmlth).
"Tho troops hero wero sleeping In
their boots and tho ntmost vigilance Is
maintained, but general confidence pre
vails that in tho grassy (open) country
any Dutch attack can bo repulsed.
"The situation is much clearer
"Further efforts to signal nt liuyr
bmlth failed, tut tho Doer heliograph'
..Hkniulafliitil them, fbivlnir! "Will tin
wlil vr.il tnmnrrnw.' IttViM
"The British reply was much Bhorter.
"LIEUT. WINCHELL CHURCHILL."
ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT. ,
Pretoria, Wednesday, Nov. 15. In an
unagagement yesterday morning south
of ladysmlth the British advanced
with thirteen guns, attacking 380 Bur
ghers of tho Transvaal. A big gun was
tired on the troops who retired at 3
o'clock to a kloof near ladysmlth. Tho
British loss Is unknown. The Boers
had one man killed and threo wounded.
In addition they had thirteen horses
killed and seven horses wounded.
TRANSPORTS SAFE IN PORT.
London, Nov. 17. It was officially
announced today that tho British
transports Malta, City of Vienna und
City of Cambridge have arrived at Capo
Town and that tho transport Manila
had sailed from Capo Town to Natal.
The British transport Orient has ar
rived at Durban.
BOERS IS COOLING
BRITISH IN ANOTHER TRAP.
New York, Nov. 17. A dispatch to
tho Tribune from London says:
flVhlle sensational dispatches respect
ing an auvance o a portion or uen.
Joubort's forces from Colenso and tho
Investmept of Estcourt have not been
confirmed, tho Doers have repeated tho
earliest Incident of tho war by attack
ing and destroying an armored train
which had been used for reconnolter
It was a good Doer trap and tho Brit
ish forco was apparently surprised.
.Kstcourt has already been reinforced
mm ii is jiui imuiy 'mm mu uuvns will
attempt to Invest It.
As tho Mohawk has arrived at thti
Capo with tho Twolfth Lancers Caval
ry will bo available in three days for
a relief column.
Tho embargo on news nt the Capo
has been so prohibitive that anything
Amy have happened nt Ladysmlth dur
ing tho past few days. For this rea
son a rumor from Pretoria, by way of
.Lourcnzo Marques, that Gen. Joubcrt
had fallen In action on Thursday can
neither bo accepted nor rejected. That
was tho day on which tho, last official
dispatch with details of tho bombard
ment was sent through! to Durban., The
rumor of his death fits in with vnguo
reports previously received that gene
ral firing that day was unusually severe
nn,i that n close approach was mado to
tho Dtltlsh lines of defense. It was
also exposed to tho Inherent Improb
abilities that an engagement could
have taken placo and tho Doer com
mander been killed without the world
knowing something nbout It within
General Joubort's death would nn
tu rally liavo produced an Important ef
fect upon tho Doer plan of attack. A
younger and more, Impulsive, general
would liavo taken tho placo of a war
rior and mora cautious commander,
and some hotspur would havo been
likely to order an assault upon Genera
White's position. Gen. Joubert has
been nt once a most resourceful gen
eral and tho noblest patriot on the
ON REFORM SCHOOL.
At tho regular session of tho Com
missioners of Education yesterdny af
ternoon, tho following resolution,
drawn up by Prof. Alexander, was
Resolved. That In view of the urgent
necessity which exists foirtho removal
of tho Boys' Reform School to a sltun
blo locality where tho pupils may re
ceive Industrial training and where the
school may be mado self-supporting;
nnd In view of thn report made by tho
Special Commltteo In favor of acquir
ing tho land at Walnlee, Koolauloa,
for their purpose, that tho Minister of
Public Instruction bo requested to
further Investigate tho subject and to
tako such piellmlnary steps as may bo
necessary to securo thin dcslrnblo ob
ject. This action by tho Board Is taken
that definite knowledge may bo obtain
cd of tho present interpretation of tho
land laws as applied to Hawaii.
Tho Public Schools Christmas vaca
tion will extend from Tuesday the 15th
of December till Tuesday tho 2d of
In view of Independence Day and
Thanksgiving Day falling on Tuesday
and Thursday, respectively, of next
week, the government schools will
close on these days only.
The Erro'H Boatswain.
Manuel, tho Portuguese boatswain
aboard the ,Errol, was arrestod between
11 and 12 o'clock last night on the
charge of disturbing tho quiet of tho
night. He pleaded not guilty In tho
Police Court this forenoon. The sec
ond mato of the ship testified that tho
boatswain used languago not at all
complimentary to the captain and In
a tone loud enough for any one about
tho place to hear. The boatswain ans
wered that he did call the captain no
gentleman and reiterated this in court.
Defendant was reprimanded nnd told
Used Threatening Language.
JJ'L. Watklns, ctao of tho 46th "Regl-,
ment, was .nrreateu last mgm on me
charge of threatening to kill Lleut.John
Thomas of tho police force. Watklns
and Boveral other 'soldiers left a Chin
ese restaurant without paying for their
meals. Tho proprietor blew his whis
tle nnd tho polco appeared on the
scene, taking tho whole lot into cus
tody. It was then that Watklns Used
tho threatening language to the officer.
Considering the short stay of tho sol
dier's ship In port ho was not put un
der bond but was sent aboard ship In
charge of 'police officials.
MR. HOBARTS CONDITION.
Taterson, N. J., Nov. 17. Thero was
a slight cluingo for tho worse last
night in tho condition of VIco Presi
dent Hobart. but ho slept without tho
aid of opiates and was fooling better
today, although not so well as ho had
been for the threo of four previous
days. Dr. Newton Is In constant at
tendance. Mr. 'Hobart ato solid food
this morning and at noon rested comfortably.
Our Schools Commended.
Washington, Nov. 14. The ac
tive encouragement of education In
our new" Colocial possessions Is urg
eJ and the present educatlop.nl sys
tem In -JHawail. commended 11 the
annual report of the commissioner
ofeducatW for the fiscal year just
The Hawaiian school system Is
described ajsj'emarkableojrlts com
a total population of 109,020 In 189&",
the school enrollment was xa.mii.
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Ufnfotan Alflv VAnnrf'n '
ffllUIOlCl fllUAi IUUU5D
Tribute to W. 0, Smith'
The farewell banquet tendered W. O.
Smith by Hon. Alexander Young, Min
ister of tho Inferior, last evening, was
one of the most pleasant and brilliant
gatherings that has been held In Ho
nolulu in many a day. The guests gath
cred about tho artistically dressed ta
bles at the Hawaiian hotel, Included
tho prominent men of tho country n
official and business circles. The ban
quet wns an expression of Minister
Young's high personal esteem of Mr.
Smith, In which ho called upon his
many personal friends to Join. This
they did heartily, and Minister Young
fulfilled his Important part In his well
known hearty, liberal, .and elegant
The spenkcrs of tho evening Included
P. C. Jones, Piesidcnt Dole. T. Rain
Walker. C. M. Cooke, W. O. Smith, W.
N. Armstrong, L. A. Thurston, Editor
Norrle, Editor Atkinson, Mr. Young, F.
M. Hatch. B. F. Dillingham. F. A.
SchnclTcr, Speaker Kaulukou nnd Jus
Those present wero: Hon. W. Q.
Smith. M. Loulsson, Hon. P. C. Jones,
Hon. W. R. Castle, C .M. Cooke, Hon.
L. A. Thurston. J. P. Cooke, Cllvo Da
vlcs, E. Suhr, C. Bolte, Col. W. F. Al
len, Minister Mott-Smlth, T. It. Walk
er, Hon .Thco. Lansing, W. G. Irwin.
Hon. W. N. Armstrong, Hon. Cecil
Brown. E. D. Tcnney, E. Norrle, Hon.
W. F. Frear, A. V. Gear, F. A .Schacffer
John Ena, J. L. Kaulukou, President
Dole, Hon. H. E. Cooper, Col. J. H.
Fisher. Hon. F. M. Hatch, B .F. Dill
ingham, A. T. Atkinson, Walter G.
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Football Tomorrow. - -
The Mnllo Illma und St. Louis Col
lcgo teams will play tho second game
of football tomorrow afternoon to de
termine which team shall play the Pu
nnhou team for tho Thanksgiving Day
The tennii nro both In good shnpo
mid a lino game should bu played. Tho
line-up will be us follows:
Mnlle Illma W. R .Chilton, center;
A. Mnrcclllno, quarter back: Robert
King and Fred Wright, half bncks; C.
Elston, full back: G. Lucas and B.
Clarke, ends; 13. Schmidt and McPhcr
son, tnckles; Tuu Loolau nnd E. Kanl,
guards; Ah Loy, F. Palmer, Mlcklo
Free, W .Wright, En Sang and Hat
St. Louis College J. Haualel, center;
V. Richardson, quarter back; P. Olea
son and W. Cummlngs, half backs; A.
Long, full back; Jacobsen and B. Col
burn, ends; P. Jnrrett and S. Lylo,
tackles; Aylett and B. Joy, guards;
Banaby, Cowes, Klva, Naylor, Koal,
The Steamer Kaiulanl.
Hay & Wright havo Just turned out
from their yards In Oakland Creek one
of tho prettiest little steamers that has
been seen on tho bay for a long tlmo.
Sho Is for tho Wilder Steamship Com
pany of Honolulu, and when launcnen
was named Kalulnnl by Miss Elizabeth
Davis, daughter of Dr. H. H. Davis, a
prominent physician of Sonomn.
Tho Kaiulanl has been built under
the supervision of Captain W. A. John
son of tho Wilder Steamship Company,
and Is admirably fitted for tho Inter
Island trade. She is 162 feet long, 29
feet6 Inches beam and 12 feet deep.
Her engines nro being put In by the
Union Iron Works, and nre oxpected to
drive tho vessel 13 knots an hour. Tho
Knlnlnnl in a credit to her builders
land should bo n favorlto with tho tra
veling public of Hawaii. 8. t". uoii,
Treasury Buys Bonds.
Washington, Nov. 15. The Secretary
of tho Treasury late this afternoon
mado tho following announcement of
his readiness to buy $25,000,000 worth
nf r. ner cent United States bonds of
1004 nnd 4s of 1907, nt the price at
which they were offered on the New
York stock market yesterday. These
flgures'aro net, and holders of 4s will
receive the' accumulated Interest since
Ootobcr 1, nnd holders of tho Gs will re
ceive Interest from November 1.
Wireless Telegraphy Stock.
Fred J. .Cross has already received
many applications for stock In tho
Wireless Telegraphy Company. It Is
probable the stock will be put on tho
market some tlmo next week. The
shares will bo $50 each ,
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engrav
ed Cards, Embossing.
H. F. WICHMAN.
FOLLOWING A HOT TRAIL
Miny of Agnlnaldo's Effects Left In
Ills Speedy Retreat.
American Lines Steadily Ad?anclng-Drl?lng
Rebels to the Mountains -Cavalry Does
Gwd Work -Beyond Manila Limits.
Manila, Nov. 17, 9:20 a. m. Generals
MacArthur's and Lawton's commands
nre now near each other. Gen. Mac
Arthur Is getting supplies In Tarlnc
over tho railroad from Bamban with an
engine- which was from tho river by the
Col. Howe, who occupied Victoria
with six troops of tho Third Cavalry,
has advanced to Rosales. A lotter was
found nt Vlctorln from prlvato Dcs
mond, o ftho slgnnl corps, one of the
twenty-ono American prisoners held
there. These prisoners, tho letter said,
wero expecting to bo taken to the
mountains beforo tho army arrived.
Two thousand Insurgents nro report
ed to bo massing at Geronu, nbovo Tar
lac, and General Mascardo Is said to be
In tho mountains west of Angeles, with
a thousand men, proposing to ninko a
raid. Rnln has been falling through
out tho month, nnd for tho past week
there has been a heavy downpour. The
whole country Is In a bad condition ns
nt any time this season.
GOT AGUINALDO'S WARDROBE.
.Manila. November lu 9:30 p. m.
Reports havo been received horo from
General Young dated Humingliam yes
terday. Humlnghnm Is nbout thirty
miles east of San Fabian. General
Young, is supposed to havo advanced
considerably farther toward San Fa
bian. A correspondent of the Associated
Press telegraphs nn account of tho
rapid paco with which General Young
covered tho road with his cavalry. Tho
Macabcbo scouts completely surprised
and demoralized the Insurgents around
the low country. A messenger nnd rc
enforccments who wero captured say
no town from San Jose to San Nicholas
expected tho arrival of the Americans
until a day or two after they actually
Agtilnnldo nnd his Government arc,
nam to do matting desperate euoria u
cscapu to Bayombong. All tho infor
mation here Is that ho Is still lu the
Lieut. Johnson, with Troop M, of the
Third Cavalry, captured yesterday at
San Nicholas twelve barrels containing
tho wardrobe, of Agulnnldo's wife, some.
personal effects, tho records of tho Sec
retary of War and much commissary
and medical supplies. Scnora Agtilnnl
do probably escaped over tho divide
but tho Secretary of War Is thought to
bo inside tho lines.
THREE NEff CORPORATIONS
Of late, matters havo been ruther
slow In tho line of Incorporations, but
to show that thero Is still activity in
business circles, tho foimntlon of tho
following corporations with their offl
cers nnd capital stock, aro given:
Honolulu Market Co.. Ltd. Officers;
E. Halstcad, president; A. Hocking,
vice president: L. A. Rostln, secretary
and li. Schweitzer, auditor. Tho above
with A. Schweitzer constitute tho
board of directors. Capital stock I100,,
000. with 10 Der cent paid In. Main offt
co to bo In Honolulu. Dnto of charter
November 2. Not yet ncted on by gov,
Pacific Vehlclo & Supply Co.. Ltd.
Officers: J. N. Wright, president; J.
A. Magoon, vice president; Ed. Ingham,
secretary; E. v. waisn, treasurer, ino
abovo with J. M. O'Brien of San Fran
cisco. conBtltuto the board of directors,
Capital stock $50,000, w)th 10 per cent
paid in. Date or cnarter, wovemoer ,
Not yet acted on by government.
Hawaiian Cattlo Co.. Ltd. Officers:
Samuel Parker, president; G. H. Rob
ertson, vice president; A. W. Carter,
secretary; E. F. Bishop, treasurer and
H. M. von Holt, auditor. Tho abovo
constitute tho board of directors. Cap!
tnl Rtnk 120.000. with 10 per cent paid
In. Date or cnarter, uciooer z, Al
ready acted on fuvornbly by tho gov
The Honolulu Market Co., L,tn., is
the corporation about which there has
been so much talk of late. The- pro
moters aro now seeking for a placo to
establish their business but It Is un
derstood, have not yet found n suitable
situation. This company will do a very
big business. Importing meat, game
and tho llko from outsldo the country.
Tho other two corporations aro al
ready well known to tho people of Ho
Missionaries Passing Through.
Included among tho passengers In
tho oDrlo nre Mr. and Mrs. Helm and
Mr. Southam, three .missionaries on
their wny to China. Mr. and Mrs.
Holm spoke to the boys and girls, re
spectively, at Kamehamcha this fore
noon nnd nt noon, todny they spoke bo
foro tho Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C . A.
of Punahou. At tho chapel hour this
forenoon Mr. Southam spoke to tho stu
dents at Punahou in Pauahl Hall.
One coupon and 25 cents, On To
McCULLY PROPERTY SALE
Geo. H, Paris Explains An Interview
on the Subject.
Was Less Tban Half True Option on
Ljaso- Price Paid for Land Condi
tions Id Lease.
Mr. Geo. Paris was seen this morn
ing with reference to nn Interview pub
lished In this morning's paper regard
ing tho McCully property.
Said Mr Paris: "The so-called Pa
ris syndicate has purchased the Mc
Cully property mentioned In this morn
ing a paper nnd hnve paid a consider
able sum on account as per agreement
of sale. Tho property was purchased
from E. O. White, who has full power
from Mrs. McCully as her attorney to
negotiate tho sale and rccclvo money.
Tho deeds, however, will hnve to be
signed by Mrs. McCully Hlgglns nnd
husband to be acceptable.
"Tho scheme. Is a big one ns It Invol
ves the opening up of some very choice
property and promises to bo n most
profitable Investment for first nnd sec
ond holders. Tho lease to tho proper
ty nn option on which has been obtain
ed by Mr. McChesney, nt tho purchase
price of $28,000, runs for nineteen
years und provides that tho tenants or
lessees shall make all Improvements
such ns draining nnd filling In whether
voluntarily or by order of tho govern
ment." "I do not enre to comment on the nr
tlclo In the morning paper, especially
that part of It which refers to me, as
It has been admitted by Mr. Grlswold
to be less than half true. Wo nro on
friendly terms nnd In any case both
sides will very likely mnko some mon
ey. The purchase price agreed upon
for the land was $147,000. I may not
name the parties backing me, but suf
fice It to say they havo several hun
dred thousand dollars nt their com
mand Lieutenant Garmody
Well-known in Honolulu
A recent Issue of tho Washington
Star speaks as follows of tho death of
Tho hospital ship Relief at Manila,
which has arrived nt Manila, has re
ported the disappearance tit sea be
tween Guam nnd Manila of Lieut. Rob
ert D. Carmody, U. S. M. C, who went
to Guam with tho Marino Da ttnllon on
tho Yoscmlte, when Captain Leary was
sent out as governor to tnko posses
sion of the island.
Thero nro no details of the occur
rence, nnd tbeie Is a difference In dates
between tho War Department's tele
gram, which puts tho disappearance
on October 13, nnd ono from Admiral
WatBon to tho Navy Department,
which makes It tho 23d. It Is thought
thn latter dato Is correct.
Tho Relief was condemned before
her depnrturo from Snn Francisco nnd
consequently carried no passengers,
but It appears LlucL Carmody wits tak
en aboard at Guam, presumably sick
und on orders for home or else, on a
furlough In search of a better climate
or further medical attention than was
possible nt tho Isolated station In the
Pnclflc. The dlspntch simply states
that ho "disappeared at sea." It Is
thought posslblo' that ho may havo
Jumped overboard whllo delirious.
Lieut. Carmody Is well known In this
city. He is tho Bon of Paymaster Car
mody of the navy, whose homo Is at
1220 lGth street. Lieut. Carmody serv
ed In tho Yoluntecr navy during the
Spanish war, and, nt Us termination
was appointed a first lieutenant In the
Lieut. Carmody was Very well known
In Honolulu among the older residents.
Paymaster Carmody, his father, was
stationed In Honolulu In days gone by.
Lieut. Carmody Is remembered par
ticularly well as a bright little boy.
When ho passed through Honolulu he
renewed many of tho boyhood ac
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
Far Sale by Manufacturers' Shoe
k i-rincc iiujs an lino.
g New Yotky November is.
S Prince David of Hawaii, who Is
k visltliie New York with Colonel
k Sam Parker and Godfrey Brown of
C Honolulu, lias bought one of the
n largest and finest automobiles yet
S made here, and will ship It to Ho-
m nolulu. Prince David has been a
bj constant attendant at the horse
fcj show, and attracted considerable at-
y tentlun there.
WIrclcKH Telegraph Siczcd.
London, Nov. 15. Tho Dally Mall
has this dispatch from Its special cor
respondent; Capo Town, Thursday, Nov. 9. lrep
nrntlons for the reception of tho nrmy
corps aro being continued with unabat
ed activity. Camps havo been formed
and rallwny transportation has been
The authorities at Capo Town havo
seized n complete wireless telegraphic
plnnt on board n essel. The apparatus,
was consigned to n private firm in
Dclagoa Bay nnd ns obviously destined
for the Transvaal. Tho Government
oirtlcul's suspicion wns aroused owing
to tho anxiety of rertnln Transvaal
sympathizers to obtain the Immediate
transmission of this particular pack
age) to Dclagoa by boat. But for his
official connection with a certain Eu
ropean Government, the nnxloux sym
pathizer would have been nrrcstcd.
Cnrringes Must Move On.
There are two police officers on duty be
tween Hotel and King streets on Fort to
day. The digging of the trench font
sewer has left only one side for the pas
sage of conveyances of various kinds The
police art l.ept at the places mentioned to
preent shoppers from leaving their car
riages along the very much narrowed
thoroughfare. Several carriages were led
away by the officers this forenoon. These
must be left outside of that part of Fort
street between Hotel, and King and people
having business In teat section tnut then
go on foot. Several verv stubborn people
were met with by the officers this fore
noon but they were finally persuaded to
Bryan's Winter Campaign.
Chicago, Nov. 17. A special to the
Chronicle from'Omaha, Neb., says:
Colonel W'J Hryan Is preparing for a
campaign In the Eastern States this wint
er. He will confine his efforts largely to
New England, though he will devote some -time
to the large cities of the Atlantic
Coast -m far south as Richmond. Mr.T"'
Bryan Is nt present In Southern Missouri
hunting. He will return to Nebraska next,
week ami about the first nf December will
Bee lllvc Saloon Robbed.
Between 11:30 o'clock last night and
daylight this morning the Bee Hive saloon
on Nuuanu street was entered by some
unknown party or patties and relieved of
f5 from the cash register as well as about
j dozen bottles of brandy and other
liquors. The windows on the makal side
were tampered with nndaMiialldooron
the m.iuka side was found open. There
Is no clue to the identity of the thief or
Coptic One Day Late.
The Coptic will be one day late, havlnr
left Yokohama November 16, Instead of
the 15th. Being a fast boat, however,
she mav make up the time and arrive to
morrow. This news was announced by H.
Hackfeld & Co.. the agents this morning,
new s having arrived In the Doric.
Emperor Starts for England.
Berlin, Nov. 17. Emperor William, the
Empress and two of their sons. Auguste
William and Osca, left Potsdam, at 8
o'clock this morning for Kiel, on their way
to England. '
W. C. Achl has brought suit for eject
ment In the Circuit Court against Kaul
(w) and claims fico damages. The land
In question Is In Kallhl, this island.
Dr. Posey, specialist for Bye. Bar,
Throat and Noso diseases and Cauurk.
Co,, Fart St., Sign ( the Big tttt.
ALm f' ''''I