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Vol. IX. No. 1655.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. OCTOBER 8 1900
Price 5 Oknth.
BOERS WONT SUBMIT DEPUTY METZ HAS
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BUT AMMUNITION GONE
THEY ARE POWERLESS
British Troops Soou to Return Civil
ian Trains to DurbanGet
Ready to Start Up Busi
New York, Sept. 29. A cable to the
Sun from London says: TIio mllltaiy
Importance of operations In South Af
rica Is dally diminishing as the war
p.iircj the transition stage Into armed
orcupatlon. It Is not expected that tho
fighting will henceforth develop be
yond patrol collisions or brief swoops
by lloers on the garrisons which Gen
eral Roberts Is quartering at all Import
ant centers. None of the Boer leaders
have any Inclination to submit, and
with the Improvement of the wenthe
lr. October there may be renewed acti
vity directed toward seizing Brltlih
i.rr.18 and ammunition convoys. The
luik of munitions and not tho lack of
i nercy Is reducing the republican
The British Government has an
nounced that as the Orango Free Stutu
and Transvaal are already annexed,
thi'ife will bv no reason at any time fo
picclalmlng peace. It would, indeed,
wreck the projected conciliation poli
cy If a day were selected which tha
Jinsocs of future years could celebrate
as n kind of Sedan day. Ueslden
Ironical comparison of the conduct of
this war would-'stircly bo called up.
Lord Roberts, will send tho city of
London volunteers from l'rctorla on
October 1st. OtherB will follow ac
cording to transport arrangemcnts.rbut
tl.e new year Is sure to see over 100,000
Liltlsh troops still In South Africa.
Lord Roberts himself expected to re
turn before then.
lie has authorized a civilian freight
tialn to start from Durban to the naud
this week, the first In twelve month.
The return of the Industrial popula
tion will not likely be allowed until
Kitchener's parallel track from tho
Yaal to Johannesburg alongside- the
Netherlands Company's line Is com
pleted. The railway question will re
main the most Important In South Af
rica so long as a big garrison Is kepi
In the Transvaal. Both toward Capo
Town and toward Natal there Is only n
single track, along which nil munitions
and supplies must be brought. The
cjunlry Is utterly unable to feed the
industrial population of the Iluiid,
a noli less the military population,
which must always bo supplied with
big reserve stores In view of a sudden
lcsmnptlon 0 fighting.
About Bark llolllswood.
San Francisco, Sept.20. Captain Knight
o' the bark Holllswood now knows that a
vessel coming here Torn Honololu must be
entered just as If she $ame from a foreign
port. He' dfd not know this on his arrival,
so he did in t enter. Tne result was that
the Custorrs authorities licked him up
ard called his attention to his dereliction.
They also fined him lioo. Only Pacific
Coast ports, so called, from San Diego to
the Sound, are free ports of entry to San
Police Court Notes.
' In tho Police Court this forenoon, tho
following cases were disposed of: Can
illi'o, assault with a weapon on J. VI-
koll, committed to tho Circuit Court
for trial; I). K. Hanuna, assault and
battery, ono month's Imprisonment at
hard labor: Chas. Williams, profanity,
reprimanded and discharged; J.'Snlf
fen, charged with furious and heedless
driving, caso set for October 9
It Is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
.... We offer for sale . . .
In a choice neighborhood
near Oahu College. Con
venient and sanitary house
in an attractive enclosed yard
rnauka side of street.
Convenient car service.
Price Only $3800
SEE US AT ONCE.
McCLHI.LAN POND& CO.,
TEL. MAIN ft5, JUDD BUILDING,
Ml 1 1 FATE
Is Dismissed for Leaving
JUDGE ESTEE STILL
Case of Flogging on High Seas Over
till Next Term Chinese Ex
clusion Act Case on
Harold J. Metz was dismissed from
the offlco of Deputy Marshal of the
United States by Judgo Kstco In tho
United States District Court this morn
ing. This was on motion of District
Attorney Balrd at the instance of Mar
shal I). A. Ray, tho ground being tho
leaving of the Territory by tho oftlMr
without permission of his superior.
Judge Esteo continued till next
term tho criminal caso of Adolph
KifiltBch, charged with Hogging on tho
Tho two Chinese detained for depor
Uticn had their case continued till
The following named were naturallz
1 d cs American citizens, with more to
come this afternoon: M. G. Corrca,
S. G. Santnnn, J. Costa, Olot Tldeman,
Chas. Chlllberg, Fritz Vcsscke, John
Dolf, Wm. Fernandez, John J. Sullivan,
O. J. Fetter, A. II. IMsman, G, J. Ca
l.ivl, Jool Schuclmelstcr and Alex.
The U. S. A. T. Hancock", Struvo com
trc.niler, arrived In port and hauled
alongside tho Navy duck this mornln,-,
Laving Bulled from Suu.rranclsco on
the 1st Inst. She brought a small
amount of freight for this port. Coaling
operations wore begun at once and It1
Is expected that tho transport will get
away on or about Thursday morning.
Slio Is destined for Manila but will
n.i.kr a stop at Guam.
The Hancock has three companies cf
the 24th Regiment (colored.1 tnd four
of tin 23th (colored.) The band of the
2;th Is also aboard. In addition to
thfsu thero are qulto a nun ber of in-
crulte and 09 marines for Manila. In '
all, thero aro about 1200 men aboard,
Quite a number of ladles a;o cu rouio.
Somo frr the wives of ofllMis In Ma
nila and otheis, tho wives of officers
nbu'rd. Four aw nurses. Th Han
cock nlso brought 22 Red Cross msn
lor uie uospiini nerc. .Major Jjent is in
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J, Eradley Is the quartermaster.
The Hancock brought a small mall
for this port and nine days' later news.
S. S. VENTURA LAUNCHED
Philadelphia, Sept. 20. Tho Ventura,
the third and last of the big freight and
parsengcr steamships that are being
built hero for tho Oceania Steamship
Company, was launched today at
Cramp's Shipyard. Miss Ulsie Crons
miller, niece of John L) .Spro.kclJ pro
ldtr.t of tho company, gave the vessel
Its fame. The-Sierra and Sono.-ca, tho
Vciiluia'f sister ships, will go on their
trial trips In a few weeks. The Ven
tura Is 400' feet long, GO feet wide and
2J feet deep. Slio Is CO00 tons g uss
register, twin screws nnd has 7100
horse power. AH thrco of the vessels
will ply between San Francisco and
Supply ot Firewood.
C. E. Moore has Just returned from a
fljjrgtrlp to Awlnl where ho secured
ccnliol of something over 1000 acres
ot foicst land. A company has taken
hold of the prbposltlon and Intends tu
tuprly tho Honolulu maikei with lire
wood. Tenders are requested for cut
ting 25,000 cords. J
Tho Star Oyster House has been do
li.'C a rushing business for the two
rights during which It has been open
It Is In the best of locations In tho
now Pantheon block and Is a most con
w.ilent place for tho midnight seeker
after substantial refreshment. Oystor
loaves, which may be purchased there
wl" undoubtedly prove a drawing card.
C&u It bo truo that I.llluokalaut Is
trying to bring about a fuson between
tho Democrats and tho Independents?
Such i the statement made In political
When tho' Advertiser states tint John Lano Is n recent oonort to
I lie Republican party, It knows not whereof It speaks. Mr. Lane was
one of tho very first of tho llawallars to embrace the sound principles
of Republicanism. His reason for so doing was told to the natives of
Mnnoa In a speech last Friday nlgnt.
"My countrymen," said Mr. Lane, "when my father was near to
death, he called his family nbout his Ledslde and said: "My beloved
children, I am about to die and there Is something I wish to say to
jou which concerns your future welfare. 't
"'If Hawaii Is ever annexed 10 thMJnltod States, you must Identi
fy yourselves with the Republican pirty. This advlco comes from
many long years of experience and wntchfulness of the doings of both
the Republican and Democratic parties.'
" 'From tho Democrats you will get nothing, for they nro proverb
ially against dark skinned people and even were they not, their prin
ciples Invariably work toward failure rather than success.'
" 'Wlththe Republicans It Isdlttcient. On their side you will find
the friendly clasp of tho hand and the warm heart. You will find a
readiness at all times to give every man his rights, no matter what
color nature might have tinted his skin. You wll And sound princi
ples and underneath the wholo stiucture of the party, a strong, Irresis
tible current of honesty and square dealing. With such a party you
will do well to trust your welfare.' "
"That, gentlemen. Is tho reason 1 give for being a Republican and
that also Is the reason why you will find every ono of my brothers a
staunch Republican today. Wo hail confidence In the death bed teach
ing of our father. It v.ns gleaned from years of experience."
The nrgument was n strong 0110 and tho natives gave the young
orator such an ovation as will not soon bo forgotten by those wo
it U it H
Lord Roberts is
London, Sept. jo. It Is officially an
nounced that .Field Marshal Lord Roberts
has been appointed commander-in-chief or
the British army, to succeeJ Field Marshal
Viscount Wolseley, whose five years'
tenure of the office will expire In Novem
Althoueh the fact that the appointment 1
had been made was alreadv known, the j Crystal Palace. Tho moving picture
formal announcement Is hailed by the 1 people got after them there, and at rtlf
Ilnlonlst oartv as a welcome pleJce that ferent London theaters audiences ar
army reorganization will be carried out In
the most effective manner, it was begin
ning to be recognized that something was
neeJeJ to give strength to the Unionist
LOST OVPR 8IIT.
MatsukI, a Japanese storekeeper of
Knllhl, Is In very deep trouble for ho
was robbed of 1117.50 tills morning.
Through tho kindness of Japanese In
ttrpicter George Glbbs, the following
story told by MatsukI, was given 11
"I went Into a store In Knllhl this
mninlng to transact somo business and
le't my wagon Btandlng outside. I for
get my bag of money on tho scat.
Upon emerging from tho storo I found
the money gone.
Pome Japanese who were standing
near by, state Hint a Chinaman was
been to grab the money and run."
It Is the duty of all Republicans
1 , nrrto-rrn at nuer
I to REGISTER AT ONCE
Partuftuette Budly Hurt.
A Portuguese laborer, pushing n
wheelbarrow on Hotel street this
mrrnlng was seriously hurt by u run-
awftytcam of Horses, lie was cnugiii
between tho animals and so badly hurt
that ho was lemoved to the Queens
hospital. Ills head was lcld open In
two or three places and ono of his cars
was nearly severed.
Footlnill HcuHon Opens.
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 30. Yale
defeated Trinity In tho first footunll
game of the season hero yesterday by a
score ot 22 to 0.
Cambridge, Mass., Sept 30. Tho
.first football game here was played
between tho Harvard varsity team and
tho Wesleyan eleven, tho score bolng
21 to 0 In favor of Harvard,
It is the dutv of all Renublicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
MANAGBR POGUB'B KINDNH88.
Walluku, Oct. 6. Mr. Sunny, engineer
In charge of the tunnelling aparatus at
Klhel, died last Sunday .at Puunene
'(Spreckelsvllle), of heart fllsesse Air.
Pogue, maniger of Klhel, Is reportej to
have made a provision by which the Kl
hel plantation will pay for educating the
young children cf decea-ed.
Secretory Huy Buck.
Washington, Sept. 30. Secretary of
State Hay returned toJay from his sum
mer's vacation in New Hampshire and to
morrow will occupy his desk at the State
Department. There were no new advices
awaiting him. Mr. Hay tald he "was In
the usual health of a man of his age," and
would resume his regular duties tomorrow.
Special values In woolen goods nro
now being offered by U Ii. Kerr & Co.
ut greatly reduced prices. Call and In
THIJ WATCHMAN IDUaL FOUN
TAIN PKN. All sizes, all shapes. H
K it ft it it it ii H ii ii it ..
Yankee Fire Fighters
Win Paris Prizes
New York, Sopt. 26. Kiro Chief
fieorgo C. Hale and his company of
crack Kansas City firemen got here
fi-m Glasgow on the Furnessla of tho
Anchor lino today. Tho tiro fighters
carried off everything at the exposition
tournament at I'arls and entertained
London with a w celt's exhibition at tho
rightly applauding representations of
a iiilck hltch-up, apparatus on the way
to n fire, hosemen at work and the scal
ing ladder and ltfo line work.
The llremen bring homo a silver
pilzc cup about fifteen Inches high nnl
an pwnrd of 800 francs. About 8000
fire me 11 'from nil oer the u'crld at
tended the tournament and lined up to
be Inspected by President Loubet and
tl.o Minister of War.
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
nro to bo found at Iwnkaml's, Hotel
street, Tel. 3301 White.
At a meeting of the undersigned Ship
owners and 'gents, held In this city on
Octuber 5. lyoo, the following resolution
has been unanimously adopted:
Neolved, That all merctundlse Ian Jed
upon any wharf In the Harbor of Honolulu
frnm ct.am nrcilltntr in.cc.lc illl ha ittl
risk of the owners or consignees, and If
not removed within twentv-foui hours
afte- 5 P. m. of he day on which It has
been landed will be storeJ or left on the
wlurf at the risk and expense of the own
ers or consignees.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.,
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.,
CASiLE & COOKE. LTD.,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD.,
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD ,
W. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.,
I-. A. SUIiACt-CK lY lU.
Honolulu, Oct. 6, loos. 1654-tjt
J Sets of 25O HP Stirling
3 Sets of GREENS
Economizers for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S
Economiser, 400 tubes.
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW spires and extras
1 Set of FOWLER STEAM
PLOWS (16 IP) comp ete.
1 BURLEY DRILL Outfit
complete with Air Compressor
ana 40 Hr doner.
Lot of 4" Piping 1f, 000 feet
24" Water Pipe tjOOO feet.
Ataterial for 36" Water Pipe
Fine Lot of California Aules
above can be had at
i!R & CO., LTD.,
In Term of Three Weeks
Nearly Clears Long
THE CIRCUIT JUDGE
i .-Kis LOTS OF WORK
M'c Probate Matters Heard and Filed
Waklua Agricultural Compa
ny Answers Complaint
The September term of the Supreme
Court wo adjourned sine die on Sat
urday. It began Monday, September V.
and In Its duration of three wccits
heard 34 cases. Decisions were glwn
!n a few of these. Eight cases go over
to the next term. Originally tho calen
dar contained 28 cases, and 14 wcro
moved upon It.
A unanimous opinion of tho Suprem-i
Court, written by .Justice Perry, lum
been filed In Kllzabeth Kcllllllhune vs.
Cdthnrlne Vlerm and Joseph VIerr.t.
i:ceptlons of defendants from Circuit
Court, Fourth Circuit, aro over-ruled
and the case Is rcmnnded to the Circuit
Court fur such further proceedings as
may bo necessary. J. A. Magoon of
ike bar sat In placo of Justice Gal
The syllabus shows that n certain
married couple executed an absolute
conveyance of land In South llllo, Ha
waii, to their four children. A later
clause In the deed reserved possession
of the property and all Its products to
the grantors until their death. The
Comt holds that u present Interest
passed to the children, subject only to
a llfo estate reserved by tho grantors
The ground of overruling the excio
Vor.s Is thattho'uleod Itself was not
made a part of them, hence It was Im
possible for the Supreme Court to say
that the court below erred In Its con
stiiictlon ot the Instrument.
Carl S. Smith and J. W. Cathcart for
pla ntlff; F. W. Hankey for defendants.
TUB CIRCUIT COURT.
Jrdge Humphreys has ordered do
fault and Judgment against John d.
Walker nnd Blanche C. Walker at tho
suit of I.. I). Kerr tc Co. for $100 with
Intel est mid costs udded. F, W. Hau-
hey tor plaintiff.
Bishop & Co., bankers, have brought
sui. 011 a note for $700 against J. M.
Monsairat and M. 1). Monsarrat.
S. K. Kane, guardian of tho Robinson
mi'iois, has filed an account, showing
u balance of $5919.21. Isaac J. Rubin
sun Is credited with 11 half Bbuio,
$2959.00, and adding to this $00.25 over
drawn by i:. II. Robinson tho sum of
$30019.85 Is subtracted from the totil,
'ing $2S99.3G as tho share ot I.IIm-
oetii 11. lloblnsou.
In the action to quiet tltb of Helen
A Holt and others vs. Andrew Cox
and Walalua Agricultural Co., the lat
ter corporalou by ItHutlorneyw, V. R.
Castle and Philip L. Weaver, muko
ancwer to tho complaint. Its principal
contention Is Hint Cox Is tho owner In
fee simple of the propo.-ly and tho de
fendant company its lessee.
Judgo Humphreys has denied the pe
tition for tho appointment of Cecil
Un.wn as temporary administrator ot
the estate of tho lato W, II. Ciimmlngs
cnthe ground that It does net allege
fads requiring temporary ndmlnlstra
Hon. Tho petition for permanent ad'
ministration Is set for hearing on No
C. O. Ulttlng, master's report on tho
accounts of Richard Antono, executor
of the estnto ot M. A. Uareto, has been
confirmed by Judgo Humphreys, tho account-
approved and tho executor or
dered discharged. " '
Must of what passed In tho Executive
council this morning must remain for
tho present a secret. With ono excep
tion no action wns taken on se,verU
matters discussed, and Governor Dole
gave directions that oven the subjects
tl'Oeld bo kept nut ot tho papers.
Superintendent McCnndlcss Intro
duced the question of the Diamond
Head road. Thero was much agitation
for lis being built without further do
lay, As, however, funds wero low In
thi treasury ho did not caro to push
ttiu work on his own responsibility.
It was agreed to glvo Mr. McCntiil
lii.s full discretion In tho matter, with
n suggestion that' If a beginning be
now mado It should bo from tho Knhi-
valn end. Tills was thought likely to
glvty the quickest .satisfaction to tho
greatest number of people, to bo benefited.
greatest number of pcnplo to be bene- i- 101 IUL UUI II fill I J
MAKIN6 OF PEN STREET
IN, BOTH DIRECTIONS
The Road Supervisor Will Begin Work
Tomorrow but May Be Delayed
by Property Owners in
Martton Campbell, tho roadifuberr
"lrr, jrilli begin work tnmorrowlwtho
Improicmcnt of (ueen street, startmg
at Di ewer's and going toward the Junc
tion with King street. Only one block
c;r. bo dono In that dlrcctloh, however,
'ir.lvsr before It Is completed tho prop
erty owners beyond put down their
ci.rblng. They have had ample notice,
but seem reluctant to make a mbte.
There has long been public demand for
haling Queen street completed at that
cud. It Is up to the property owners
now to do their part, as the road super
User Is waiting for them.
Qmcn street Is nlso to be Improved
In the oposlto direction to that statoJ.
Notices have been sencd on the prop
etty owners nlung that Increasingly
Important thoroughfare, from Alakca
to South street, to lay their curbing.
Whenever they have complied with tho
icqulrcmcnt, that stretch ot roadway
wil lalouco bo put Into flrstrate con
tlou. Queen street Is the main artery of
(rattle from the Junction of King street
at the head of the harbo. and all -.ho
Important wharves between thero nnd
Hi ewer's Inclusive, Into and through
the Luslncss nnd manufacturing suc
tion, finally merging Into Ala Moana,
or the Reach road. Resides the foun
dry ot Catton, Nclll & Co. on Its
rjutc, It has a brewery and lceworks
rapidly approaching completion, and
will be ono of tho muln communlca
iIoiih with the new works of tho Hono
'.11I1; Iron Works Co. Therefore, no
woik in Immediato contemplation ot
the toad bureau Is more desirablo than
thv thorough Improvement ot Queen
It is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
HIND8T PLEASURE CRAFT.
Alexander Young's new gasollno
launch Water Witch has teen the cen
ter of attraction on tho waterfront
sluco first put Into tho water. Com
ments have been highly favorablo both
ai to tho elegant fittings of the non
boat, her speed nnd.sea going qualities.
Saturday and Sunday afternoons Arch
Young treated a number ot Invited
Miesls to a trip to Pearl Harbor and
letiirn. Mr. Young upheld his reputa
tion as u genial host and as command
er of tho. finest pleasure craft In tho
luirbor, ho has become a prominent
faitor among the popular commodores.
Dr. Coylc's Fnrewcll.
Oakland, Sept. 300. Dr. Robert F.
Coylc, who for ten years has been tho
I'aklor of the First Presbyterian church
of this city, bade his congregation farc
vall this evening.
L. D. Kerr & Co. have Just received
tho very latest Ideas In felt hats, Just
tho thing for this climate. Trimmed
with plain or fancy bands.
Foot Wear I
We carry only the best line of
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The very Latest Styles,
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