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Vol. VIII. No. t.r70
HONOLULU. TEURlTOltY OF HAWAII, PHJDAY, Jt'NK J0 11100
Pkiob 6 Oknth.
PAYMENT OF DEPOSITORS I
Mr. McLennan, ngont of the Fnlted
States Treasury, culled on Goiernor
Dole white holding Ills council, nml an
nounced that lie was here to pay de
positors In the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Hank. He had brought blank cer
tificates with him. These wllls(e sign
eel, when filled out with the deposlW?
name and amount due, by Goiernor
Dole and countersigned by Secretary
Cooper. Then they will be payable nt
the First American Hank of Hawull.
The requirement of sending them to
the Secretary of the Interior nt Wash
ington will be observed after payment.
So depositors will be paid as fast ns
they present their claims on and nftc.
READY FOR THE FOURTH
The general committee In charge of
the Fourth of July program meet In the
Chamber of Commerce rooms this noon
to compare notes on the progress of
preparntlns for celebration of the day.
There will be n fireworks or ball. The.
res tof the program Including sport?,
literary exercises and parade will i
nirled out on ns grand n scnle as pre
The inrlous comlmttees called for
funds making n total of $G76 which vvi.s
- No Dfiiiiiigc to legntlonn.
He?iln. June 19. The following seml
olficlal dispatch has been recelied lieie
"The Japanese Government has been
cut off from all communication with
1'eklng since June 14th. The Japanese
Consul at Chefoo does not repot: any
thing concerning the destruction of the
legations at 1'eklng."
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February it and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Int Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the 1st prize is at llbert
to choose between models oo, qz and 04 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
1 road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
nd Prize, 8lnger Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Tl.ls
machine will be furnished by B. Bcr-gei-sen,
sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit 640.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack ant,
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, TrlpoJ, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on tlicGrmno
phonc, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This is the loudest and must natural
ttlklng machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Ucr&ttrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
Bust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tlois will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Eacli name must be a
bona tide addition to me suosenpuon lists.
). Subscriptions should be sent In a
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should betaken
to give ACCURATbLY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try Tor these prizes.
Subscription Rates: J8.00 per year
12.00 for three months: strictly In advance
Police Court Notes.
In the Police Cojrt this forenoon tl e
follow Ing erases were dlsp ised or: Kalua,
f 1 1 1 1 g with explosive, continued until
moved on; Henry l.e Roy .111J C. liu
ch man, selling liquor without a licen e,
dlsclntrgeJ: Hob Uardner and ill Fong.
same clure, 5ioand cots; Minuel Pern
cruelty to animals, Junejo; Lim Tim,
Rambling, J10 and costs; Cliong Wa, un
law ful possession of oalum, $50 and costs
Furumuto, lOtninon nuisance, J2.111J costs
roniTii or jl'i.y.
A gieat number of Hawaiian mid
American Huns can bo gotten In Iwuka
nil's stort, Hotel street.
I'o rllne full'dress shirts at II Ou each
il ,U. Kerr & Co., Queen street. Thtso
shirts arc strictly high grade as to lit
and quality. 4.
President Dohrmann of San Francisco
Attendance ot Rtpresenlitln Business Men
AdnnligM ot Association tnd Wbat It
His Done Id Sin Francisco.
F. W. Dohrmann, president of the
San Francisco Merchants Protoctlvj
Association, complying with ,1 requi
sition signed by many business men,
delivered an address In the Chatubir
of Commerce room this morning. The
subject selected for him by the reqttisl
tlonlsts was the question of forming n
similar association for Honolulu.
There were present' do V Smith,
II. W. Jordan, Freel. Lewis, H. I'.
Wlclimnn, J. 11. Soper, Chas. IGrdler,
Wlchmnn, J. II. Soper. Cha. Olrdler
drews, M. Urasch, i. W. IMmuml, J.
0. llothwell, J. F. Soper. W W Hall,
L A. Mclncrny, John M. W-bh. r J.
King. II. W. Schmidt, n. H. Pirl-s, W
l.lshmnn, L. i:. Pinklnm, E. U .Mac
fnrlanc and S. Lesser. ,
I .Mr. Dohrmann was Introduced bv Mr.
Smith nml salil he v.is glid to address
them ns fellow citizens of Honolulu, for
one thing becnttsc he felt like taking up
his resldonoo here. Payim a f 1 Unite to
I Honolulu's public spirit, charities, itc,
1 he snlil there was more f 1- hlni to learn
. than tenche here. The hoplinlii' e-"
eeeded all else, making him regret to
I He would give them facts rgatJlng
the San rrnnclBco ntsjcntl .n. (paying
I the application of them lu-miellu,; to
I the differing circumstances to hem
I selves. San Francisco lias hud GO ycurs
1 of municipal government, '0 of U1030
I years under laws passed by the legisla
ture mostly for the benefit of political
1 party machines. It has bad 20 years
J of party boss government. Positions
I that should be sacred, such ns thorn, of
school teachers, were not to be had
without money nndawtnnut price, A
large portion of the commnnlt' had al
most despaired of ever having good
Doubtless Honolulu has had griev
ances, troubles, drawbacks, vicissi
tudes, yet though he might be taking
too roseate a view of us h" held the
opinion that tills city had enjoyed one
of the most perfect so.'t ii.mcnte. At
'all events, It was in a more favored
I condition than San I'r.ni" n o when tho
! merchants there formed theli associa
tion. One thing, j oil honor your public
olllcers who 1111 their posit kid w.-li.
Your mission is to prepare tor tho fu
ture nnd mold errors of othei tltlet.
The San Francisco iifso-Mutleiii wua
started six years ago by representative,
'business men. Tho Hoard of Tt.ida
hail been looking after bad ekbW of tho
wholesale trudo. The Cluiiibei of Com
merce paid attention to lomiui'ice and
1 shipping. There was no organization to
take care of local attain.
1 Alameda's experience with a mist
iness men's organization as quoted,
J In that small town the vniu- of proper
1 ty had been Increased, not by bojti.ns
I but by public Improvements
The twenty gentlemen present wtro
a larger proportion to make u .eg!n
' nlng here than the 47 who associated
I themselves In San Francisco Their
association now represented 1200 busl
' ness Arms. Its principle wus thu
nwnkenlng of local pntrlirlmi. Its
aims were to lniiroe 11n111klp.il con
ditions, to emomnge prluue unJ pub
llse enterprise, to protee t retail bitsi
. nes. Tho motto was, "The good of
I An unwritten taw icipiiii'd illicctois
to resign who uecepci I public oil!, e
though they emoiirng-d tlieni to Irke
Slatting on 11 modent scale, the
speaker contributing a leiU of his own,
the nssoclatlou now maintained mi
I olllce In the Mills bulMiii. It had a
paid secrctaty who 'as an attorney
nnd guve ftee legal alike to members.
Theie was one comtiit'tre on pulillo af
fairs, a second on publicity mil pi'i
motlun, n third one tiadc and llnnncc.
The dues wero l 11 month. A llbinry
of municipal works had been ncciiiiu
lated. There wero IB (ll.'e'toni of tin most
busy men, yet neve- less than eight
attended the weekly meetings, nnd In
sl j ears no meeting hud fulled for luck
of a quorum.
(Continued on pugo 4.)
Gent's Hemsdorf dyo black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 23 cents,
at L Hll Kci r & Co.'b, (Jiicen street foi
one week only; don't full to see them
HONOLULU j SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
ROOM! it-it, ui Floor o A, 4 p. m
Mount 1 T )0-o 0 T, M
TROOPS ENTER PEKING
AND LEGATIONS SAFE
China Now ot War With Combined Forces of
the World Fight at Taku Forts
Uhlt-d States Ships and Troops
Sent to the Front.
Chefoo, June 22. It Is nttl hilly
reported that tho bonibanl'ucnt
of Tien Tsln with large guns ton-
llnues Incessantly. The lereign
cnnipsslons have nearly rll iiecn
burned and the American consul-
ntc has been razed to the ground.
The Itusslnns arc ocriip,tig the
rnllrond stntlon hut are hard
iiresscil. Ilelnfonements are ur- !
gently needed The casualties
The railroad Is open from Tons
Tit to Chlng Long Chnr. hnlf way
(Associated Press Sieclal )
London, June 22. Asp-ial iiotu
Shanghai sajs It is reported fiom Ja
panese sources that IJoi) foieigr.ei
hnie been massacred at Telu l'sln.
Wnshlng'ton, Juno 21. Acting Secre
tnry of tho Navy llackett received 1
cable message this afternoon from Ad
mlrnl Kcmpff, dated Chefoo, June 21bI.
snylng Tien Tsln Is being bombarded
nnd that much of the American Con
sulate as well iib foreign concessions
nre being destroyed, A relief party Is
en route to Tien Tsln. including l.'O
America nmarlnes under Major Wal
ter. London, Juno 22, 4 a. m. The Shang
hai correspondent of the Times says.
"(Jreat destruction wus caused by the
Doxers In the native quarters of Tien
Tsln on June Kith, but the presence of
foreign troops In the foreign settlement
protected that. The natlie press in
serts Hint thrn are bitter ilUnenslonn
in the Manchuria party."
London, June 19, 3:30 a. m. China
declared war against the world win 11
the Tnku forts opened fire upon the In
ternutionul licet. The accounts of w hut
took place arc still unsatisfactory, the
best scml-oirlelal Information being the
dispatch reielied at Ilerlln from ('In -foo,
Ilerlln, Juno 18. The Ceimun Ccinsi
at Chi foo telegraphs that a Japanes
torpedo boat from Taku ha brjitgli
"The Chinese laid torpedoes In tli'
Taku riier and collected troops fron
Slum llel K wan. The foielgti com
mamlers assembled on the lluxhiiii .'1 1
shl nml addressed an ultimatum to
the commanders ot the Taku forts
summoning them to withdraw their
troojMi before 2 o'clock, June 17th. A
1 11. m.. June 17th, the guns of the forts
opened fire, to which tho Hussion.
Ilrltlsh, French and Japanese warships
replied. The bombardment lasted sev
en hours. Two Ilrltlsh ships In the
rlier lictween tho forts are reported to
hnie been sunk. The telegraph lino
and railroad between Tien TbIii and
Tnku was destroyed. Communication
by water Is also also threatened "
Tho dispute h added that tho foreign
settlement lit Tien Tsln was Hied Into
hy the Chinese. When the ellapntch left
: : : : ;
Principles Laid Down
by Republican Platform
The national Republican platform
uilopted by the Philadelphia Couien-
tton denounces the Dcniociutle policy
ot disaster and ruin as exemplified In
the detuand for the coinage) of sill er .it
a ratio of IK to 1.
Tho Republic un gold policy Is com- 'int of race or dor In regulating tit
mended nnd attention elrawn to tho e'ectlie franchise. Doilies of statu
wonderful nutlonal progress under tha goiernments, whether hy stuliitory 01
ndmlnUtrntlon of MiKlnloy and the
No thought of national aggrandize
ment prompted the war for llbeitj by;
which 10,000,000 of the human into
were glien "u new birth of freedom'
nnd to the American people u new and
Pli'sldent McKlnley's wise and capa
ble administration is heartily enthused.
Allegiante to the prlndples of the
gold stand. ml is icucwed, Steailfast
opposition to the free anil uiillmiti I
coinage of siller Is declnred.
Tl lists anil conspiracies of corpoiutu
bodies to limit pioiluttloi) nnd co.itnl
pi ices are condemned,
Faith In the polk) of protection to
American labor Is renowed. Recipro
city fniored, also restriction of nllivi
Immigration and cheap labor. Legisla
tion to favor shipping, Is "proposed.
nothing had been heard from the fler
mnn detachment sent to Peking or
from the German Legation there.
Th cunolllelnl nnrrotlles coming by I taking nnd of the safety of the for
way of Shanghai vary and bear cI-icIri, legations, originating from Chi
dence of supplementing the main facts n,,KC ,,,, nIIIi ,.al,eil t0 ,,,. cIty
with guesswork, One dispatch sajs the I frnm Shanghai, are still unierllle-d
gunboat Vorktown participated In the , owccr, ,1P Hallnn Consul at Slians
bomlmrdment Another asserts tint ,ia ,, wlrpi, ,u t1B ,,,, Korelgn
American marines formed part of th.. I Min,-., Mrnui. vise.mil Vnnl.
storming fence of 2IK)0, A press cles
pitch from Chefoo, dateel estcrdny af
"The forts on both sides of Taku
nre now occupied. The Jhlnese opened
Are unexpectedly. Tho casualties to
the mixed forces were ns follows:
"Killed Ilrltlsh 1, Herman .1. Hus
sion t and French 1.
"Wounded Ilrltlsh 1, German 7,
Husslan 4.', French 1.
"Chinese torpedo bouts were seized."
The Shanghai correspondent of the
Dull) Mall, telegraphing estcnlny,
"The forts begun tiring In obedience
to orders from Peking, coniejed In the
petsonal edict of the Kmpress Dowager,
by iidvlee of Knng Yl, president of the
Ministry of War Scleral wnr shlin
were struck by shells from the 12-Inch
guns of tho forts. The heavy Itnsslcn
losses were due to the blowing up of
the magazines of Mnndshur.
"Four hundred Chinese nre reported
killed. The Chinese, when retreating
fell Into tho hands of the Husslan land
More Russians hnie been ordered
from Port Arthur to Taku. This re-
enforcement, says the St. Petersburg
correspor.dcnt or the Dully Telegraph,
Is announced In the St. Petersburg Ga
zette, the Ooiernment pointing out
thnt Russia Is sending so many troops
solely for the sake of peace and hu
manity. Cmpcpop Miiy lie Demi.
London. June 2I.-TI11. soldleis and
Iloxeisure. snld to be massacre Ing e.11 i
other In Peking, and the Chinese Man-
thus nto nlso reported to be engage 1
ill mutual slaughter. Prince Tuaii Is
.llege.1 to hue sacked and burned th
palace. The I'mpcror is reporteel t
"-iHi-nkl the Dowager IMip.es,
Is rpi.ment.-l us missing, nnd in some
quartern It Is liellcieel she bus commit-
te.l suicide. All this purports to huve
been lontalne.l In 11 letter from Peking.
lecelittl by a hlgli iiilicial Cliinee u
Shiiiiglinl. where It Is hoped the elesper-
utc struggle between the lenders and
the Dowager Kmpress will preient tlu
sects combining against the Huropeans.
American Ship Hit.
Undon. June 22. 3:30 a. m.-Tho
I'nlted States gunboat Monotnt) wns
two miles up the Pel-Ho rlier when tho
international licet began (he bombard
niQiit of the Tnku forts. Accorellng If,
the .Shanghai correspondent of tho
Dally Hxprcss, she was shot through
the bows. The correspondent snjs thnt
Liberal pension laws are fuioied.
Clill scribe pulley In tho new pos-
sessions Is commended,
"It wus the plain purpose of the
Fifteenth Amendment to the Constl-
tiitlon to prevent discrimination on a."
, constitutional enactment, to mold the
purpose of this amendment an' revo
lutlonary ami should he toiulemnetl."
Reclamation of the arid lands of the
country Is proposed.
Reduction of the war tux Is 111I10
tuted The constl uctloti of the Nlia
liigua canal Is faioreil anil the admliila
tuition's eft'oit to secuie the open 1I001
In China endorsed.
A ileji.irttuenl of icimmeitc Is recom
mended, Tho President's foreign policy Is en
iloibcil, the annexation of Hawaii ap
prised ami iidhcieute to the Montoe
line trine ti.illlrmeil
The Anierlcr.n policy of neutrality to
ward warring nations Is rc.itlliimd
Tho Philippines ureassuieil the larg
est tueusuro of self-go eminent con
sistent with their welfare. Culm Is as
sured Independence nnd Bolf-govcni-ment.
Chinese riflemen on both banks of the ,
rller attacked her but unsueceHsfulls tf
The staiitlness of niitlientlc news'1.1
with reference to the situation con
tinues. Admiral KempiT's dispatch to
the t'nlted States Naiy Department
announcing thnt Tien Tsln Is beltir?
bombarded wns promlneutl used by
the London papers and commented up
on as Indicating a change for the
The Ilrltlsh Admltalt) does not be
llee the report of the death of Ad
miral Sejmour commander of the In
ternational relief column, nnd semi
oillclnl ndilccs nre glien that there
seems to be not the slightest eildetue
to back, up such n report.
IteportH Not Verified.
London. June 21. 3-30 a ni Tho im
ports of Admiral Semour's arrival nt
that the legations are safe.
The rebellion is spreading far and
wide. There Is an Impression In ellplt
nintie circles here nnd on the Contin
ent Hint the allies tunc not gruppeld
with the situation c!Tcctlicl.i. nml thnt
eien ,'O.nnO Hoops would be powerless
to do much to contiol loiwimo sipinn
Germany HlntH I'lirtltlon.
Ilerlln. .Inne 20. 'The responsibility
of the Chinese (luiernjnent for recent
cients," said n high olllclal of the For
eign Olllce, "Is now clearly proied. It
hns been nrcertnlned that IO.'HiO Chl-
nese troops who deserted to the Iloiers
did so under direct orders from the
Chlnoso Ooiernment. Promotion to
the highest positions of notorious nn-tl-Kuropenn
officials also points In the
same direction This is 11 war of
China against all foreigners. Including
Germany, and the point now is to go
nhenil itgorously quickly nnd reso
lutely, no matter whut the final out-
in Inspired article In today's Kreux
Zoltung sns: "Prompt and effectlva
measures must be taken eien If a
""""' ri iro.n 111 regular urmj-
,n n.'lll Hill, us lilt; IMVSerilV VJtTIUIIIl
forces are InsutUclent."
liUHHlnnH Attack PcldncJ.
London. June 20, 3 a. 111. The Rus
sian relleilng force nrrlied outside Pe-
king this morning, snjs the Shanghai I '"'' t me groun.i yer nmnuere-
correspondent of the l)..ll I'xpresj. 1 ,"rp' iamm Bl" on cry mwU "1,,!F
...,! ii...,ii..i.i, 1 l .....ithellneof my work. Judge Kstee will
illy em two shies. einplo.Mng tiutuerenn
artillery. The force upp.irutli sirrU -
eel In the nick of time, for the Chinese
assert Hint the attack upon the lega -
lions had been successfully lenewed
CIiIiil-mc Control h
lni-lial. June 20 -The'' Peking
,. wrP1, M, ,,, ,nm ,,, .
ai,ni,nuUnillir r ,.. chlI1Ph(1 tpI(!.
,.r,.,.i,u m..,. 1 ,
rt iin, ! iviiiiiii, oisrn iiivi n 4111- iiiii m
w,Ml t(1 ,iro,,,oc , T01l Tltlll- ,, t..
B0s ,, ler tta). thm. ,m,e r,,tllrno,,
( chefoo. Cuivspciudenre with Tien
Tsln Is elllMctilt. The Chinese Mer-
(hunts' Company has censed sen.llliB
Orcijon Ordered to Chlnii.
Chicago, June 18. A Tribune special
fr"m w8hl"K""'' '"Pn.cee.1 nt
once to Tnku with u full reimplement
of sailors and marines."
These were the orders Issued today
to Cnpiiln Wilde of the battleship Ore
gon. This menus that the United
Stales will IcaiiMio stone 'intiirneil ro
protect American Interests In Clilmi
In addition to the N nth InfTti) ut
fences will he sent to China If 'heir
presence is required
They lintcr Dclclnii.
( Assoi latcil Picks Sprilal )
llrustds Jiint 22 -The Petit Wen
states that a telegiam wus leeched h
nn linpoitant lliussels fltm from China
salng that Ailmlral Se) moiir's n
lli'iing forte anil the Russian column
entered Peking simultaneously.. Th"
legations wete lepoittd Intact nud all
the- Ilelglnu teslileuts nre s.ilel to be
OAIIU COLLCGli BRADUATEF.
The graduating exercises of the Class
of 1U00 of Oahil College were held It,
Paunlil halt before a large nudleuro
lust night. The hall wus tastefully
elccoratetl, The graduates were as fol
lows: Charles Frederic Alexander.
Iwalanl Kathleen Da.vtou. IMwIn Oscar 1
1 Hull, Iwalanl Amelia Jaeger Abrahim
Gilbert Ktlllluke.il. ('hue M.llch Kelle)
Anna Douglass Klncnld Clarence Ku
miikiKi lomnii. Wllhclmlnn Isabella
Schmlilt nud ltn.vmoml Spalding.
The young ladles of the giadiiutliu 1
t hiss read essajs while the j tiling me 1 1
spnko with notes 011 the following biib-
"Tiusts" Chillies F Alex.inde
"The Hi-Iru of Peace ' 'Iwalanl K Day
ton. ' Nnture," Willie luiltia I Schmidt
'.Municipal Gini'itimeut ' Cl.itence K
l.jinnn, "Art" Clare M Kelley, "Ha
wallans anil Hawaii Nei," Abitihuui G
uKiilukoii, "I'xpnnslou," Raymond
Spalding, "Hnuoliilu's Parks," lw,i
lunl A. Jaeger; "Greek ersus Roman,'
Anna I). Klncnld; nud "The Ideal Kill,
cation," with veledlctory, Kdwln 0.
'.' it m- a i 1 41 i .i ,i ;
Phlladelphla June 20 After v
'.! the committee fin credentials had ?
it loted representation to the Ter- -'t
it rlteny of Hawaii, the delegation it
it attending the entile ntlon from the
it Pneltlc Islands met and full) or- "'
it ganlred t
it Harold M Sewnll. the son of rue it
it Democratic Vlco Presidential can-
' elldate of 18011. was electeil nation- tt
it nl committeeman, he thus haling
''.' the honor to be the first oillclnl V
it representntlie on the Republican -t
it National Comlmttee In nny of our t
it new possessions A N. Kepolknl "
it wns cle-etrd a member of the plat- t
i form committee.
' A despatch of the 17th says.
it The most interesting delegation to
' nrrlie today was thnt from Ha- it
it wall. In the party are Colonel 't
' Samuel Parker. Judge A. N. Ke- '
it polknl C. II Wilson and It. Hy-
it croft The epiartet wns the center Wi
it of nn nilmlrlng group In the corrl-
it dors of the Walton. There hnd
1 been considerable gossip that tho 1
it delegation would not he- seined .
it 111 the coiiientlon, but this wns
tt ended when the delegates were In- '
'formed by members of the Natitm- U
it nl Committee thnt two of them t
it would be put on the temporary '5
it toll Thi'se will lie Colonel Parker
'.' and Judge1 Kepolknl. they limine 4
i recoiled the lurgi'st number of
it ntos for delegate's It Is under- it
it stood that one of the delegates
'.' will seek an opportunity to make it
it a speech before the coiiientlon. it
lircluir the earlv ndintKslon of Ha- 1
n, , Statohm, .,
' '.' The Hnwallans nre unpledged ns it
it to the Vice Presidency. When t
I it nski'il whom they fnvorcel for see- it
onel place, Colonel Parker said it
it that the delegation would ote it
it for In Ing M Scott of California 4
it If his name wns presented. Oth- it
it cruise they had reached no deel- .
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it ii
V. (S. MARSHAL RAY.
Col. D. A. lTiiy, I'nlted 8tntes Mar
shal for the Territory of Hawaii, ar
rli Oil In the China this morning In con
puny with his daughter. Col. Hay had
thfl following to say of his work here
"Of course, tin understand. I haven't
ntt '"' '" "'""'i11'1' '"'"re "'P -'1 'f
1 J"' M "'.it 1 will not be aide to do
mWh ,,"w',"' ' "l0 nieiintlme I will
, "''" n,,N,'r'1"r l)l'1'' ""'"' Retting couil
r""," These will lery probably bji In
I '""' "' "'C '"" K0'l,np,l l"'"'"K-
"l '"" ""., l""."" "" '? ,h0 ""n",er
' rkers I l I hale under me There
l Probnldy bo three or four olllce
"PV"" ' mink my daughter
will be one of these She has fieri cil
satisfactorily under me heretofore'.
"There will he 11 deputy on Hawaii,
Maul and Kauai. The one on Maul will
act fot Molokal also."
Hon, Samuel Parker was selected a
member of the committee to notify
President McKlnley of his nomination,
by the Republican convention. A. N.
Kepolknl was appointed on the com
mitten to notify Theodore Roosevelt of
his nomination to tho Vlco Presidency.
Among the arrivals In the China this
moiiilug was George I). Gear, who has
been In the States for scleral mouth
oil business of Importance.
THi: VTT'HMAN IDI'AL FOIW.
TAIN PUN All sizes, all shape's. II.
v"t 'l'l ' l t ' i
T"t "HH -i'-t'-r-i!'
They ope regular
If you cjunot com in with vour
1 ihlUren, senj them in and they will rs
eclve juM the same care and attention
and their feet Mill be just u carelully
I Idled, as If you 11 ere with them,
' We'll lit the fool If you'll fort tl e
1 bill, and pruiuiM von tint both will be
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete with gooJ fits,
gooj style and good wear.
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