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HONOLULU. 1EKBR1T0RY; OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. IH00
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4 SeiWarvVllsonls about to fulfill tbe promise hogave the people ii
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.to cf Hawall.ithrougn thOjHuueitn, c.can.sj ociorejtjkp; organic aci
T "passed."" An" Agricultural Expcriinen: Station (s to be established
ii forthwith In the environs of Honolulu. The location Is the govern-
ii ment reservation extending from Punchbowl In a strip back of Maklkl.
ii The following letter was submittal to the Governor's council by Com-
ii mlssloner Wray Taylor this morning:
Sept, 17, 1900. )V tuj. iti ," ' f
Mr. Wray Taylor, Commissioner ofAgilcUltiiroandl'rcstry,Honclulu1 4-
My (Dear Sir: Wo returned from Washington to this point on yes-
tcrday. While, In Washington I received your kind letter, written on
vmir return from the Island of Hawaii
perlmont station. The 220 acres, a rart of which has been set aside by
proclamation of President McKlnloy, wo will try to rccover.,.1 have re
commended that the Director be appointed, which. win be done Immedi
ately. He will probably be thcro to take chargo before the beginning
ot the nexl year. He will clear the grounds, erect tho buildings, and
get ready "for tho remainder 'of his Unit, which will follow as soon
as he has everything In readiness.
1 have also recommended that Governor Dole, yourself and tho
Commissioner of Public Lands (Mr. Iirown) to bo nn advisory, council
to theJdJrrctor, tho'.detnlls of which wllMio attended to In a few weeks, ii
I thlrA In a few month's you will" ).nyqa fully equipped Experiment it
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station ngni ni yuur uuur. u mu uun mummu& iui u .uuuuio ui
rector, which 1 am sorry to say Is r.o easy matter.
We are undermany obligations to you and Mr, Ilaughs for the seed
which you had jprepared for "us, uridtassure you 'that they are very
highly appreciated here.
I have seen Secretary Wilson and Mr. Plnchot, tho forester, and
both have promised to send an export forester some time In Novem
ber. I send you today a catalogue r,t ;ear book of Audubon Park, nnrt
will bo glad to furnish you with anything therefrom that you Jo not
possess, nnd nt the same time, will bi-lbankful for anything that you
do not nnd In the ca"tnlogUe,1for oif own collation.
Mrs. Stubbs Is now resting In McmVhls with somo relatives, and
will return home In a week or two. Wc both desire to return to Gov
ernor Dole nnd numerous friends o:i tl r Islands, our thanks for tho
many kindnesses and courtesies extet.dcd to us. It will always be
plratant to recall our trip to the Hawaiian Islands, and tho especially
pleafant recollections of tho mnnr menus mat we met mere.
Promising to do
and Inviting you to
kind regards and high
very truly yours, f
wm. c. STunns, .
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8 ot mo mnuy uirr.ua mm ne met iuitv.
whatever we can for you whenever, wo can serve,
i command ui o-i such'occaslons; amUwItrf very
Igh appreciation of your courtesies to lis, I am,
SEEMS JESS WARLIKE
Insists on Discovery "of, Guilty Parti'js
--France "Opening Way to
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' New' York, Oct. 1. A cable to tho
Herald from Ilerlln says: Government
olllclals" decraro -'the' reports ln Pails
cencerntffert German attitude ttrinut
entirely correct. They state that tl.r
diplomatic relstlonsi between BU Pet
ersburg, Uorlln nnd' P.-JrU arc now.'ex
cellcnt. Germany Insists upon her pro
posals concerning the discovery of the
Kullty parties In China, but it 'Is likely
that sho will abandon the proposal
u-nking their punishment prellmlnaiy
to pence negotiations. The report that
Germany has already done so Is pre-
mnture. She Is waiting for England's
answer to her proposals first,
The St. Petersburg correspondent of
the UcrllncrTageblntt telegnrphs-that
In lev of the punishment of Iloxer
chiefs nnd thoChlncse Emperors letV;r
'regarding the.awosslnatlon of Damn
vin Kettclcr."'the Russian press de
mands that hostilities cease- and that
peaie- negotiations bo nt onco, begun,
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OUTLINING THE PEACE.
Washington, Oct. 2. Tho Chlnesl
'Minister has delivered to the Statu D--l'.iitmcnt
oincl.il conllrmRtlon of the
'degradation of Prlnco Titan and manf
other Chinese lenders. Tho following
otllclal statement Is made as to Minister
"A cablegram received from Dlrcctoj
General Sheng, at Shanghai, states that
i by Imperial edict, Issued on SeptemLer
' 2",th. Prince Chwang, Prince Yin, sec
! ondary Princes Tsal-llen nnd Tsal-ylng
iaro deprived of all their respective
I ranks and offices; that Prince Tuan It
w j i . mw r -m i!',rlved of offices nnd Is handed over
Ilrf44m4intl (IT f-dl-r t0 5h0 Imperial clan court, which shall
W 1-aTlll rilllylllV J WW I Ilk consult and decide upon n xcvero pen-
llljIFlllllwLlll UL TT Vfl IValO. and his salary la to be stopped;
A'' WWIwt mm., w. I I v. "-,thut n,lk0 Ts.nn nnil ,!)0 President
I cf tho CcnBoruto, Ylng-Nlcn, nro hand-
ed over to the said bourJ, who shall
consult and decide upon i severo pen
Straws show which way the wind' Th( Republican party promises you nIt.v: an1 lhnt Kang-yl, AsslsUnt
ii.... -.i .. nnti.n. hnwuil'laiiti thul wiTnik thn'irreiit nti,i rich irnv. Grand Secretary nnd President of tho
r-iBht tlint their eood senie Is carrying ernment of the United States to return Civil Hoard and Cho-shu-chlao, Preil
them toward the Republican pariv,
Ten Percent Advance
Has No Effect
Hazleton, Pa., Oct. 2. Reports re
ceived hero this morning Indicate that
Ihu 10 per cent Increase In wages of
feied by some of tho coal companies
to the mine workers In this region ha J
no apparent effect In bringing the strik
ing miners backt o work. Tho mine
omrs ns n rule declare they will not
mack a move towards resumption of
v6rk until ordered to do so by a mine
Halt a dozen houses In different patU
of the city ocupled by non-striking
iiilne workers wero stoned during tho
night by unknown persons.
I President Mitchell, accompanied by
nni.nl.ers of the National Execi)tlv9
Hoard of the United Mine Workers and
oMier ofllclals of the union, left here
shortly after 11 'o'clock for Wllkes
Imrrt, where a big labor demonstration
It to tako place this aftternoon.
Home Rule Convention
Police Court Note.
, In the Police Court this forenoon, the
f jllowlng cases were disposed of: Six
Poitnguesc, assault and ijattcry, easis
ncllo pros'd; Poal, larceny In the sec
ond degreo .nolle pros'd; J. W. Dur
quette, heedless driving, reprimanded
and discharged,, $3 and costs; X Chln.v
nian same charge, same sentence;
Manuel do Mello, violating the Curfew
J71v, reprimanded and, discharged; K.v
hnnuanul, nolle pros'd.
, From the Cnrollnc iHlnndn.
San Francisco. Oct. 2. The schooner
lultkun, Captain J. T. NlelinJer. armed
ytecJav from the Caroline Islands with
a'.smallauintitv of South Sea products.
S' e brought one pas enRer, a Mr Edwards
of San Jose. Captain Melandrr has live J
hi tlieSouih S.as for tweitvrive vear.
and has become pisse-seJ of consiJerable
property in me Caroline group, r-or "even
months, durlnc the.late war between this
country and Spain, he was kept a grlsorer,
wiin several mcmccisoi ins lamuy, oinne
Islad vi Ponapt, where he.haj gone on a
Export to Hawaii
Must be Recorded
Tho Indenendents had planned a hl;
imw-wow to take placo In tho drill shed,
H lained and outside of tho leaders ot
th party and speakers, thcro were hut
fow present, so few, in fact, that tl.e
raw-ling fell through. The ardor of Hit
Independents oozed out at tho samo
time ns the rain fell from tho skies.
Notice the difference with the Repub
llraa meeting at Kokaako. This was
nt advertised as n "mass meeting"
but, notwithstanding the rain, theio
v.ns a large crowd toihear the speak
ers and the meeting proceeded with all
the vim possible. 'The speakers
Meters. Crabbe, Kumolne, Archlo Gil
fillnc. Wm. Aylett. A. G. M. Robertson
nnd Charles Wilcox were enthusiasti
cally applauded by the natives.
Charles Wilcox .rounded off the
ticetlng.wlth the foIlow(nSiremnrks:,
"AS plank In tho Republican party
platform pledgvs that party to pay all
just claims arising from-tho riestruc-'
tlon of property nt a time when all
lioncliilu was filled' with alarm by rea
son of tho outbreak(of bubonic, plague.
Y'iu all know, that' the severe meas
ures taken then were Justified by tho
wiping out of tho scourge In tho short
en time known In the history of plagui
epidemics. We fought the dread plague
nnd successfully suppressed It. Now
you all know tho claims will run Into
m'tllons and I ask you: Whero shall wo
rase the funils to pay tho claims
Tho Independent Home Rule and the
Democratic parties also promise to pay
theso claims, but have they told how?
Whcio are the funds to come from?
The only way posslblo by their mctho Is
Is to levy additional taxes on the rich
nnd poor alike. Their promise means
nioro taxes for you to pay.
Li Hung Chang
tu us the Custom House receipts ax I 'lent ' the Hoard of Puntthmcnf, are
means Wherewith to settle these Just handed over to tho Hoard of Ccnsorn.
cialms. who shall consult nnd decide upon a
"I want to coll your attention to an- penalty.'
other plank in the platform of tho In-
dc:iidont Home Rule party the plank '
pi'klng that those Imprisoned In 1S05
lw paid their claims for being unjustly
imprisoned. Who are these claimants?
Surely not our friends Kaiilla and Tul-
ta. 1 neier heard them put a money
value on their sufferings in the cause'
for which they suffered. You Hawa-1
Kane who 'went out to Diamond Head,
and fought your fight ami lost, never
claimed or thought of a money compi:i-
ziit'ou, Not one of you dreams of mon
ey compensation for your doings In
those trying times. It Isthe fow haulus
who agitated and urged you to mane
tho attempt of January, 1S93, that arc
nuking theso claims.
"They urged you to rise against tho
idtabllshcd authority but wero t6o
owaldly to follow you into tho flold.
Tltn Tsln, Sept. 29, via Taku, Sept.
s'J, via Shanghai, Oct, 2. U .Hung
Chung has abandoned his decision to
P'lcecd to Peking nnd will, It Is na
iiounced, begin negotiations with the
Rnusslnn Minister to China, M. do
Olew, upon tho latter's arrival at Tien
General Chaffee has designated the
Ninth Infantry, tho Third squadron of
tho Sixth Cavalry und Rattery V to re
main at Poking. He estimates that It
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i 11' J aituini'ii uiuuiiu luu bucitib ui iiu . - n. ,
lolulu. alternately cursing your lead-j """P" out of CMm-
m and shaking In their boots. Theyj , f
hid from tho ''music' you faced 'and, i rni VfC .UinniP fOUDP
whin the authorities throw them Into, TRAllLD llUUULL WUUHJL
Oalnt prison .they felt properly 'In-i
San Francisco, Sept. 20. Milton E.
Ailed, private secretary to Lyman J.
Gage, Secietary of the Treasury, Is at
tho Palace Hotel. This morning he hsd
n meeting with Chnuncey M. St. John,
Chief Deputy Simoyiir of Port, In the
Custom House about the failure of mer
chants nnd shippers doing buslines
vltli tho Hawaiian Islands to enter
their shipments nnd Imports. Slnro the
Islands hnvo been classed as a coast
poit tho law does not require entries
to bo made at the Custom House and
must of the merclmnts have neglected
tn make entries. The Ilurenu of StatU
tlcs of the Treasury complained of the
fnct and wrote to Customs olllclalshen
but they could do nothing with Hi?
ni3,'chnnts, It Is probable that the cus
toms regulations will ho chnnged sr"
tint all shippers will be compelled to
enter their exports and Imports.
Tho colored minstrel troupe, from
off the U, S. Transport Hancock have
engaged the Orpheum Theater and will
give an old tunc minstrel show tonight,
The Independent delegates from tho
Kbiilth and Fifth districts held their
convention In the drill shed this morn
ing with Messrs. Robert Wilcox, D.
Kalajokalanl and J. K. Kaulla acting
n Joint chairmen nnd Messrs. Win. K.
Kalclhula and David Kuplhea as sec
retaries. A committee on credentials
whs named nnd, after a thorough ex-
um'nntlon of the delegates, It was re
ported that thcro were 93 duly oleciej
delegates present. Tho remainder of
tne 113 had not put In an appearance.
It wns announced from tho chair that
nominations fur senators ere in nr
.!!. r llcforo proceeding to this wor'c,
'ie following self-explanatory letters
from J. O. Carter and K. C. Mncfarluno
" Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 10, 1900.
1). Kalauokalanl, Chairman of Conven
tion ot the Home Rule 'Party.
Sli" Yesterday afternoon, Messrs.'
Robcit Iloyd and George Markhaiu,
representing themselves as acting un
der your Instructions, handed bo a
pledge which you ns leader of the In-'
impendent Homo Rule party required
me tu sign as n prerequisite, to a noml-
nil lun by thu convention of that parly.
A leading of the pledge, particularly
Item 3, convinced mo that ou had
started upon a course that can only
li considered mischievous by thought
ful men; nnd ns a friend of the Hawa
iian people I aik'you to reconsider yojr
proposed policy as arc fraught with
ilar.ger to tho native race.
Doing forwarncd of tho course you
wLiild pursue, 1 must ask you not to
toue'dcr me ns n candidate for any po
sition on the ticket of your party. My
appeal must be from your contention
fii the Hawaiian people.
Yours very truly,
(Signed.) . J. O. CARTHR.
Honolulu, II. T., October 10, 1900.
Mr. D. Kalauokalanl, Chairman Nomi
nating Committee of tho Indepen
dent Homo Rule Party.
Sir: Messrs. Robert Iloyd and
George Markham called upon mo yoi
terday giving mo to understand th-it
thev bore a iwssnge from you, tho pur
port of which was that a pledgo had
lieeii prepared by you and other leaders
of sour party, which I must sign If 1
dculred n nomination ns Senator for
the Third Senatorial District, and I
understand that you admit that tlu
pledgo came from you to me.
My answer to your message ns given
'to them was that I would refuse to sign
any pledge, hut they requested me to
give the matter further consideration,
which I have done, and the Je
suit of such deliberation lends me to
say more emphatically that I will not
sign a pledge, particularly such a ono
ni wns presented to mo for considera
tion. I cannot believe that the Hawaiian
people will approve, of your action nnd
I shall bo content to abide by their de
cision at the polls.
I remain, very truly,
(Signed.) K. C. MACKARL.ANC.
D. Kalauokalanl was tho first noml
nal'un for the Senate. At the sound ot
this name thcro was great applause.lt
did not take long to net and In less
time than It tnkes to tell, he had beon
ut'uiilmously nominated. Thirteen oth-e-
names were placed before the con
tention as candidates for the Senate.
As It was 12:30 before tho natlu
finished nominating and objecting, nn
adjournment until 1:30 o'clock was
At 1:30 p. m. sharp the meeting of
the Independents was called to order
ly D. Kalauokalanl. After roll call,
slips of paper with names of the fal
lowing nominees for the Senate wero
J.i.i. K, Kaulla, I), Katiuha, George
Mnrkham, J. O. Carter, J. W. lilplktM,
Wm. Auld, S. K. Pua. R. N. Iloyd, V.
U, Miicfarlane, J. Knnul, J. P. Makan.il,
I'r.ml- Harvey, John Ummcluth.
R, K. Pua moved that the rules bo
surpended and that thoMiames of J, O.
Carter and 1". C. Macfarlane bo again
considered. The pledges which th.:y
had been nsked to sign beforo ueUg
eligible as nominees on the Indepen
dent ticket, should never have been
picrintcd to them. After discussing
this point It wns voted that u commit
tee be nppolnted to notify Messrs. Car
om! Macfarlane that their communi
cations had been reconsidered and l
nride, thus leaving them on tho Inde
pendent ticket without the requisite nz
signing any kind of pledge.
As tho Hulletln goes to press, D. Ka
lauokalanl Is speaking on the merits
cf tl.e various men on the list. He Ins
given Kaulla, Markham, Kauuha and
Qa.rtcr good names and wnnts them all
voted for. In speaking of Mr. Carter,
he stated that this gentloman's namo
had been plnccd on tho Democratic
t'eket without his consent nnd that hn
was flu Independent and always had
jured,' and wanted money conipenna
t'on to get over that Injured feeling.
They hnvo eternally harped on 'claims'
ever slnco and now they haye the-bra. -en
effrontery to come out nnd ask you
Mm IIia T-nirtalntiirn vnlft pfiph nt tliam
ciii nnn . nn Ann nr..V i., nrAnr i .i n I Vienna last night,
the Legislature would have to lay on I A representative of tho Associated
....., .,... r. ... nnnr iTtt.ii.u Piesa questioned thu official referred
'More taxes, more taxes,'
I they ask."
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near Oahu College. Con
venient and sanitary house
in an attractive enclosed yard
mauka side of street.
Convenient car service.
Price Only $3800
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TEL. MAIN 06. " JUDD BUILDING
Kallhl camp was tho sceno of n big
Republican meeting last night. A hun
dred or more natives from all about
collected thcro to hear tho following
speakers: J, I,. Kaulukou, A. V. Geir,
George Carter, L. L. MeCandless, C.
liroad, J. Kalama and Isaac Harbottle.
Although tho meeting lasted from $
until 11:30, thcro wns not a slnglo let
up In tho Interest shown In tho remarks
ot the speakers. When Isaac Harbottls
spoke, he referred to the fact that the
Democrats had used his name twice as
one of their number. He wished It
thoroughly1 understood that ho was a
Republican from the top ot his head ta
tho soles of his feet,
John E. Hush, tho man who didn't
translate to the natives at the Orpheum
the other night Just what was said In
nnpllsh by various speakers, has gouo
to I almlna to see If he can find any
Democrats. Ho took along with him
a veiy powerful mlcroscopa and a net
end a rope. Lahatna Is the stronghold
cf Matt McCann of tho Republican par
ty who will no doubt do battle with
Mr, Rush when It comes to a matter ot
Junius, Kaae, a good staunch Ropul
limn nnd a Royalist, has gone to Ka
uai to do work for the party wttli
which ho Is affiliated.
Paris, Oct. 2. An official of the
K.-ench Korelcn Office tod.iv formally
AAn..mA.l tl.n .. Ant. on nf .l.n .Tn.nllj '
UVIIlll lillU liV UVHIK1V.J Ul IIIU I, ...una
of Franco s noto to tho Powers on the
nhlnmn niiPRtlmi nn tplecnillhed from
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unrty not to oiamc.
Jan. Cnrty appeared In tho Pollie
Court this forenoon on the chnrge of
that Is nij I to as to tho causes actuating tho French furious and heedless driving. It will
.Minister or foreign Aiiairs in issuiuu ,0 remcmlicred that It was tne team
the note. The official said: Caily was driving Monday mornlrg
.M. Dei tasso nas ueen contcmpiat-
At a meeting of the undersigned Ship
owners and Agent, held In this city on
Octuber 5, n;30, tne following rtsolutkn
nas been unanimously aJontej:
Re'olved, That all mtrclnndlse lanJed
unon anv wharf In the Harbor of Honolulu
Tin- company consists of forty people from s.tam or sailing vessels will t-eatthe
including tho brass hand which will
nbo take part, Tho performance be
sides the rcgulnr first part will cons'tt
o' ermlcal sketches,- buck? and wing
dancing, .plantation 'melodies, car.o
w'lklng, the latest coon songs und'ra
tlmo speclnltlesT A big bill Is promised
nr.d uvcry ono is stiro to get his mon
ey's worth us tho boys will show nt
popular prices, viz., CO and 25 cents.
Scats ran bo had at tho box office
o' by telephono 10.
THE CLASHING DECISIONS
As there was remark made by many
people about tho time that elapsed,
four weeks or so, between tho release
o: IMwards on his own recognizance,
followed Immediately by his departure
from the country, and tho filing of the
Supicmo Court's written decision giv
ing him his release from Jall4n Hulletln
reporter asked Chief Justice Frear If
tlu IMwards decision had been held
luck to await tho Marshall decision.
"There was not to say a holding
b.ick " tho Chief Justice replied In suh
stpr.ee; "but tho cases wero argued
very near together, and both decisions
being ready nearly tho samo time It
was thought best to have them filed
The clerk's record shows tho Ed
wardD case submitted July 10, and the
Marshall cake July 13. The Hulletln Is
In n position to Btate that tho decision
or Justices Galbralth and Humphreys
v.tf written and completed In the
r.iiT.th of August. Tho question now
is, if th cileclslon wns ready why wis
Is not filed.
lug this action for a number of days,
France wnnts pence and desires It, ex
peditiously, Tho Minister Is thcreforo
anxious to find a middle, course between
Russia and Germany which will meet
with tho npproval of all. There Is no
foundation for the statement that nn
c.Tort Is making to securo continental
nicord, to tho detriment of Kngland or
the United States. Wo aro unablo to
understand exactly the course the Chl
neso forces In repressing the trouluVs
In tho disturbed districts of tho West
liver. A certain number of tho guilty
ui.dtrwcnt capital punishment. The
material losses wero very heavy, but
thcro was no loss of life.
that ran Into a Portuguese with dlsaa
trous results. It was brought out dur-
ti.g thu testimony that tho neck yoko
broke, causing tho horses to run uway.
The animals were beyond tho contiol
ot Mr, Carty. Defendant wns discharged.
risk of the owners or consignees, and If
not removed within twentyfout hours
aftc 5 p. m. of 'he day on which It has
been landed will lie storej or left on the
whirf at the risk and expense of the own
ers or consignees.
ALEXANDER St BALDWIN, LTD.,
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.,
CASlLE Si COOITe, LTD.,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD.,
H. HACKKELD & CO., LTD ,
W. G. IRWIN & CO.. LTD.,
P. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 6, tooo. l0$4-6t
Lute 8tiur Market.
New York, Oct, 2. Sugar Raw,
firm; fair refining, 4VJc; centrirugal, 90
test, Sc; molasses sugar, le. Refined
Steady; crushed, i!.G5c; powderJ,
C.'iZc; granulated, C.lSc.
Fpeclal values In woolen goods are
now hclng offered by I,. R. Kerr & Co.
nt greatly reduced prices. Call and In
Tho lntest styles In shirts and ties
are to ho found at Iwnkaml's, Hotel
street, Tel, 3301 White.
Foot Wear I
L. n. Kerr & Co. have Just received
tho ery lntest Ideas In felt hats, Just
the thing for this climate. Trimmed
with plain or fancy bands.
Peking and Rio,
The City of Peking arrived nnd an
chored off port last night but did pot
haul alongside the Pacific Mail whuf
until early this morning. Sho wns six
bourn late In leaving Yokohama on ac
count of a typhoon. Sho should have
lic.-n In In the morning. The Peking
Is on the boards to sail for San Fran
cisco at 12 m. tomorrow.
The Rio do Janeiro shifted to Wll-
dir's wharf this morning to make, room
for the City of.Pcklng. Sho was put o
tho hoards to Ball nt 1 p. ni. today bat
eh? has not gone out yet.
Dltttrtct Attorncy'H Condition.
John C. Ilalrd, U. S. District Attor
ney, is sitting in his office today at
tending to loutlnc, his countenance
though held together with long strips
ot rlnster ns cheery as over. Ho feo's
profoundly grateful, however, to his
guardian angel for being nllvo. Tho
sharp corner of tho Chinese hack
springs actually thrust tho artery aside,
leaving It exposed In tho gaping wound
that was made. After this accident,
cuttied by tho Chinese driver swerving
his hack athwart tho path of Mr.
Ualrd's bicycle, and ho bad been sur
gically treated, Mr. Ralrd camo near tc
meeting with another mishap through
another's fault. While ho was wheel
ing along tho street nnothcr bicycler
coMIng In the opposlto dliectlon per
sisted, splto of a warning outcry to
tako tho right, In taking tho left. Ml,
Pulrd only averted a collision by a
quhk turn, himself, In tho wrong d1
rcilon. Ho wonders If the authorities
will over establish and enforce proper
rules of tho road.
J Sets of 250 HP Stirling
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