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From the Progressive Bulletin.
Vol. IX. vNo. IdGO.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24 lflOO
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eration of Powers.
MINISTER WU MAKES
LIGHT IF FALSE RUMORS
Emptror Expresses Gratitude to United
SttesNw Ctpitol Finally Es-Ublhbed-Punisha.ol
fnnce Turn Asauret.
HANNA ON THESTUMPlREPUMKANS DRAW
f6l N0RHWEST TOUR
i y n
Nat onu'CnunittMrnu Greeted by
Big Crowds-Defeat of Pettigrew
Washington, Oct. 17. Minister' Wit
called upon the President thl morn
InK. Upon leaving tho Whlto House
thn Minister laid that he had conveyed
to tho President a messago from the
Emperor of China thanking President
McKlnley for tho consideration shown
i.v tho United Scat ili.rlnff the Chi
nese trouble, Tho Mlnlitcr also brought
a dispatch from Shanghai from tbo
Southern Viceroys stating that the Im
perial party had reached Tung Kuan,
only o few miles from Man Ku, tho
new capital, on tho llth Inat,
Referring to the report Irom Peking
that tho edict for the pinWhment of
rertnln Chlneao oinclala hail been
forged, Minister Wu nail hiicIi n story
was preposterous and should receive no
credence whntevcr. If any one should
Issue a false decree of any character,
It would be viry tasy, ho said, to ascer
tain his Identity and ho certainly would
Tim ndvlcr recched bv Minister Wll
Klin no Indication of a purpose on tho
Madison, ,Wls Oct. 15. Bsnator
Hanan began his apecchranklng tour
of tho Northwest today by making six
spctchea In Wisconsin, somt of them
of considerable length. The principal
adresses of the day were mad at wau
keaha. whore tbo snoclsl train carry
ing Beaators Hanna and Krye and other
Republican leadora was held for over
an hour, and at Madison. At each ol
the pacM Senator Ha. inn made two
addresses, snort, specenn wsrw-syag
made at Raclno Junction ana itacinc,
Senator Hanna waa everywhere greet
ed by Immcnso crowds.
Mr. Chester Melvln Vnnlruort, photog
rapher at King Ilros. and tlrst tenor In
tho Tuxedo Quartet anl Miss Ida Jano
Loud wero united In marriage at Rt.
Andrew's Cathedral by Itev. Kltcst this
morning at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Vanlmon urrlvcl in tho Queen
this morning direct from hir homo In
Springfield, III. Mrs. v'.mlmaii Is the
1BE Bid CROWDS
And Rally Tomorrow
Night rromlseto Be
, fJftcordJrerflr. J
EMOCRATIC 1EADERS ARE
OFF ON KAUAI TRIP
Meetings of Republicans Held Irt
y Night All Wen Attended
Parker's Opponents Concede
His Election. .
Grand Lodge Masons !JW. IHK JUD
worn in laniornia
A number of tho men who attended
tho Democratic luau last night have nbt
showed up down town today. f
ncmember that tho Republicans will
hold a big rally In tho drill hcd to
morrow night and that a big torch
light procession will precede this ratt
ing time. vOo early If you want sears,
for there will certainly bo a big crowd.
Tim snrukera will bo as fellows; Sam-
..... iirtt.ft W r AM Pari! tlrnwli.
..,..Mn.M ;nmur.Murktt nf K...1 ,l 1 1 ill Ivvfn '.. .?... 2 . ....
,i..,u.u (,un.vn.u. . .. ............. ... j i" a mi. jonn lono ami jonan nu
soprano voice onu noHnuosi enviaoio nmInc ,,, Ncumiinn w
reputation In tho mlddli suUn as aTho rr, t -o quarttt VIII Xur
concert, oratorio and church soprano, ,, nmsle '
and will be n valuable Addition to tbc
talent already here,
Just a few Intimate minlit attend
ed tho ceremony, nmcvu nnom wire
Mrs. I)r, Hoffmann and 1. W IJeardk-lee.
Tlmrn una n lilc time nt Johnny Col
burn's "ahovtd over' 'luau at Walklkl
last night. There was plenty to cat'and
plenty to drink, ,
Thn news rnmn from Konn and Kail
by tho Maunn Urn yestuday that IX K.
Sn Francisco, Oct. 12 At tho sec
ond session of tho Ornnd I-odito of tho
Free and Accepted Masons yesterday, I D . urrti. rnnn In
It was reported that during tho year rrOmpi YYOrK UOflc 111
two charters wero granted, ono to
Santa Maria and tho other to Kspcr
anta lodge. Tho salary of tho grand
lecturer aa Increased to 1900 and ox
pernios, but a proposition to Increase
his salary In such n sum as to cnablo
him to dcotc all his '.line to the omco
failed to carry, Tho following addi
tional committees wero named: Juris
prudence i: M. Preston, II. M. Ilcu
cker, William Johnston, James II. Bte-
venson and F. M. Angcllottl; finance
K. Prabody, K. B. Valentine, B. K.
Stone, V. i: Lutz and J V. Martin;
correspondence W. A. Tavles, J. P.
flntley, C. M. llelshaw, J. E. Ilnth
burn and C. P. Berry; grievances K.
K. I.lppltt, Stanley A. Smith, 0. W.
Hunter, H, Suceney and J, M. Troutt;
returns C. W. Pendleton, 0. V, Mon
roe, IVrclvnl 8. King, J. U. Plllsbury New York, Oct. 1C A cable to tho
and S. II. Fcrauson: liav of members ' Bun from Manila snis. The rescue of
C. W. Nutting, A. 8tacni, W. Kottncr' Captain I)ecrcnux Bhlelds and flfty-
, .I , .- ii..' ,.. ..,. one men of Company F, 2'Jlh Regiment,
M. H. lint and!. t.Hunnewcll;audl-wh0 wero capturc(( J rft,plemi,er by
tlng-H. Ilurner, T. K)lo, 0. K. Whlto, ti,a insurgents In the Island of Marln-
nnd II, Ashrroft; charity fund W. H. duque, was due to the prompt, ener-
Sloan, 11 Uv.B, J. A. Uughton, C. J.igetlcnnd declsUc campiirn of tho ndo-
Mnnnm nn.l W tl Him.r I iiato force that was dispatched to
' . . . " "8,norJ; . ., 'their nld as soon as It waa known that
Tonight erba UucnnI.rdgo of Ior- the) had fallen Into tbo hands of the
fectlon v, ll confer tho fourth, fifth and enemy. Bleliil iredlt for the rescue
slxlh iltgnis on thirty-five candidates 'H duo to Captain Anderson, command-
tthn are amninr Ihn r..tireKonlatleK of ln Companies II rtnd I) of tho 38(11
who arc among tho re presentation or ,lPK,m(,nt( w,, lnnilt.(, , Santa Criu
tho Grand Lodge, ami tomorrow tho tno ,rr morning tho Insurgents dc-
ninth and fourteenth will he conferred, manded tbc surrender of the girrlson
At tho iloso of tha work there will bo ho erc besieged there. Captain An
Following Up Filipinos
Does the Business.
THRILLING STORY TOLD
BY THE MEN RETURNED
Shields Was Badly Wounded But His
Men Refused to Abandon Him
Surrender Through Mistak
ing an Order.
Set lslre to Hnloon.
On Tuesday night last, an attempt uiiimliinl wlun snenklnx to tho na-
part of the ro)nl family to return to was mado to burn tho saloon at Wal- tlvrs nt various places, told them, the
Peklnit. althouch Hiiro Is reason to be
ilcto that ifforts contlni'o to bo mado
to Induce the Umperor to return to the
capital." The Kmperor has heretofore
sent messages of thanks to the Czar of
Russia and the Kmptror of Japan for
the course their Governments hJo pur
sued and the message to the President
is along the same lines.
Secretary Hay spent tome timo at
'tlin War Denartment today In confer
ence with Secretary Root, after which
num. It was about midnigin mat mo rimon wont.i im r stored It tbo Demo
people sleeping In tho wmo building 'crats should win tho day. i
were nroused by a loul knock and ; I
then a Scuffling of feet, iney smc n, ,t wag Bt aU)Ut ,0 n.C(0(:k ,illt nUhl
ne.o"puk stick had been used to set "' '.1.1. MIU w,
uflre a lot of brush that 11. M.I
lecte.1 under the house, tor unattly t J1, U Mm , ,,,, ,n the ,nUr.
tbo flames did not spread . I ests of 1 to 1. Prlnco Oavld Is tho
It Is thouaht tbat we Incendiary ,... . .... . n,k.,. .r. tnhn
himself, fearing that tbo Inmates ot'a."i2tMMhtoaiietotm
ii,. ),. mlulit I burned uo. knocked I R- IIUJl"..?e J!""5J" ..".,;. iSf.i.i.
i .n, , ii,. u'hiin iinnu ivr.m Oil. ;" ........ ... it. i. uii..i n I,. . am i,unen nraui, r.. n i.i..,.,.,,
'." ":r iiV:::V; Vh .- m.'JX.,w""" """. ;:Vr...7:..V; .h. man who promises no restoration
,uiuuiuu inn.il u.u.. .v. ... r mnn.hv! Jlmmr H mi. tno man
aloon- - I who thinks the Dcmocw In tho Isl-
T lands will mako a clean sweep, and
Wedding Bella. others. They will mako a circuit of
mi., iiom. Rlmrmon. daughter of the Garden Isle, returning Sunday
It was Inferred that theo were some
military developments In tho Chinese
situation, although no statement was
mado from officials.
Husala's determination to pursue a
policy independent of the other powers
is rrfardH by officials as a.moat-lai-portaat
development In tbe situation.
In tb-abence of official details, those
In authority are In doubt at to whether
this Russian stroke Is designed to In
sure Russian occupation of Manchuria
or Is only another more in tho pacific
tendencies of the Czar's Government
l.nu l.,..n r rw.umtrn tit 1,-lnnln tirttti
the announcement of tho withdrawal'
ii reunion and banquet.
KAN PRANCIHCO PAIL URL.
derson Immediately hit the trail of the
rebels and rapines and followed It
cloudy. Frequently, however, ho un-
I knowingly passed eloso to tho prison-
i ers and their captors, who wero doub-
, ling on their tracks.
Ban Francisco, Oct, 10. J. lrett & Captain Shields, who was wounded
Co., Importers ami exporters, of this three times In the Hghtlng that led to
city, with eittlccs and warehouses nt C37 this copture, tells n dramatic story of
Market street, have failed. Tho firm . the eugigement. After he was wound
filed Its Petition In bankruptcy with i ei! ho ordered n scrcennt to take com-
the I'liltid Status Court iettrtlay, glv-.mand of tho troops and that ho him-
lug Its liabilities ht $302,883 SO. nnd Us selrbe abandoned. A faithful member
assets estimated nt .218,CC3.2j. Tho of tbe hospital eorps refused to leao
firm is (omposed or Jules urcti anu i.u- mm. and the) wero botb laken prison
clcn Ilrett of this city, of J. 1.. and ers. loiter tbo companj which was
Rdward Knectt of Paris, Fiance, anil, of .without ammunition, hut still resist
Jules nnd Constance Chnrpentler of InK, surrendered owing to a mistaken
Ilennosiiio anil Aiazutian. Mexico, inc nnier. The men were then robbed ami
PLACING OF 0LAA BONDS
MEETING WITH SUCCESS
Mr. Dillingham May Return Next
Steamer Hawaiian Securities
Looking Up in San Francisco
Transfer of Agency.
nimcr K. Pnxton returned this morn
ing from San Franclseo, where he went
some weeks ago to see 11 1 . Dilling
ham on Olaa I'lantatloi Compato's
When asked If he would talk about
tho results of the conference, Mr, Pax
ton answered that he preferred to say
nothing until Mr. Dillingham's return,
which might bo In next steamer. Ho
had booked for the Queen but could
not get away,
Tbo most that Mr. Pnxton t.ould say
was that Mr. Dillingham was still ne
gotiating for the placing of Olaa bonds
and had met with n certain degree of
success. It was naturally a slow pro
cess In a transaction of such magni
tude. "Hawaiian securities nrc looking up
somewhat In San Francisco," Mr. Pnx
ton replied to a question.
Ho confirmed the report, first pub
lished In the Ilulletln last week, that
II. F. Dillingham was going to take
over tho Ohm aReucy teslgned by
Alexander & llaldwlii. Whether this
business would be effected at the Olaa
company meeting next rrina) no
could not, say.
russJa' is indlphndhnt.
8t. Petersburg, Oct 10 The Russl jn
ao eminent permits It to become
known that Its nttltude In Chlni will
bo Increasing Independence of the eon
cert of tlitf powers, lhusla, It Is ex
plained ,1s disposed to attach less initio
to Jblnt action slntc her Interests Imo
been fully secured by the success! il
campaign In Manchuria Moreover,
Russia Is not willing to "follow the
Irreconcilable, policy of somo of ths
Thei expectation, thi publication
states. Is that the Chin Wo Government
Is about to utilize all Its resources of
duplicity to keep tha powers occupied
with vnln negotiations nrrt proposals
and tho dispatching of notes. In order
to gain time until tho winter, tountiu
petition Is tiled by Jules Ilrett. In bis abused bv the Fllltilnoa. Contain
own behalf, as an Individual, and fr4 Bhlelils Is now In Manila, where he is ion the rigor of the climate to prevent
the firm. Jules Ilrett personally has recovering from the effects of Us military operations and allow China to
neither assets nor liabilities, wnne an wounds and the prlvatlonk suffered prep-iro her resources for J spring cam-
Captain SlmsruuO-Of the Maun Loa,
and Wni. Nshsle, son of J. K. Nahale,
are to be married at thn home of the
bride's father Thursday ertalng.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S,
n.irrn. On. u. Mis. H. Antbonv. Mrs.
M U. AuEuitlne. Miss A. Baglev. L. A.litr rrrentlons.
eif Russian troops from Peking. As toBiugtr, D. O, Betktr and wife, Prof. H. l rain, there wero largo
Russian designs on Manchuria, It Is
being recalled that In the Russian note
of Aug, 28 that Government specifi
"Russia will not fall to withdraw her
troops from within the boundaries of
the adjacent e-mplre, provided, how
ever, tbat the action of other powers
shall not stand In the'way,"
It Is a question, however, whether
the present aggressive course of Ger
many In opening a military campaign
Is not the "action of other powers,"
which will "stand In the way."
There Is a strong Impression In offi
cial quarters that tbe entire trend of
Russia's action Is toward tho ultimate
ncqulsltlon of Manchuria as part of
the Human domain
JACK MBLANPHV HURT.
O'Shea was arrested Ibis morning
on tbc charge or malklo.u Injury, As
he was being moved from one cell to
another by Turnkey Mtluuhy, be struck
the latter a terrific blow lu tbo mouth,
knocking the offli er-down and tutting
bis upper Up from the nise. down. Dr.
Wood was tailed and It was found that
twenty stitches wtre necessary, Mr
Mtlanphy was sent homo cfiT the sur
geon had Mulshed his woik.
O'Shea had been quarrelsome enough
to be nasty. Resides cutting the turn
key, ho loosened a couple of his front
ttetb by the blow.
Tbs Evening Bulletin, 75 caste par
DrilCCJ, .! I., ., l?UIUf TT. I. UIIE.IMIII,
V. K. Calef, Mrs. J. M. Oman, J. S.
Cirman, Mrs. F. D. Clarke, J. h. Corey,
The Republicans held three big meet
ings last night. One was at Kamollllll,
another at the corner of Victoria and
Kmma streets and still .mother ono at
W. II. Rice's barn, Kauluwela. 8am
iifl Parker snokn at the last place. All
the speakers were met with onthuslas-
One of the most prominent men In
I II rAM... 1U T f jtn..,tll An. ,. I
aT ie4,,,iTri.Z Mr. lne Demoeratlc party this morning sut
lrteWM: VowV'tc' Pba dl nXg
mimHc III. V. Pu-ln. Ml M. M. uu.u " """. J"". """ '"""
Hckrtt. E J. Franklin I, j. Garb-cht. Hi """n fll wa.ningion.
Gorman, wife and child, R C Hailing, , ,
ui.. c u.,.. ,i,t, n i ii.rt ,.i .uif. . Rrersl banners liearlnz the picture
M. Hcrbcrr. R. R. Hind and wife. S, Hoff' of Samuel Parker have been stretched
man, Jr., Miss E. Johnston, H.J.John- across tbe principal streets enne cuy.
ton. Hrrhrrt KrlliY. Milt V Kli. L. H. i
Kerr, Dr. W. H. Klbbey, V J, Klntbwn Tbo Executive) tommltlee (Rtpubll-
and wife, H Koehler, K. Long, miss Ida 'can) i
Residence Sites on-
Loud. J. II. l)ve. Mrs. H. Love. Mrs. T.
R. Lucas and two children. J. H. Maklns,
Mrs. W. B. Mallng anl two children,
Mrs. J. McCorlston, D. J. McKay, Miss
K. J McKay,' N. M, Miller, L. C. Bran
son, E. Montgonicry and ttrvant, Miss G,
.vi. loorc, win, muciicr, jus. j. f.
Myers, Mrs. W. W. Nttdlum, J. M
of thn Fourth Dlstrld, are re.
quested to melt at headqarters at 7:30
o'clock rrlday niguu
Oo to the Republican rally at tbe
drill shed tomorrow r.igui.
the liabilities are duo on Mils of ex- while In thn bands of tho natives. He
thango drawn on J, L. and K. Knecht. estimates that there are 40,000 male,
of Paris. 1 he Paris bouse fulled early ' Inhabitants In Marlnduquej The Ins.ur-
In September for over B.ooo.000 francs, ncnU who attacked his company num
tbough. Its liabilities, will amount to'bered 2300. Of these 300 wero armed
orobabfy 850.000 fran'-s
claims are paid.
BOEKS MAKE TROUBLE.
Cape Town, Oct, IL The Iloers are
very active In the Kroonstadt district.
General Do Wet has proclaimed that
with rifles and the rest .with bolomcn.
General Haro has graved tb Insur
gents a week's amnesty, wjik-h ends on
8. 8. QUEBN IN PORT.
The O. S. 8. Queen, Rellly command-
ROOSEVELT'S BAD THROAT.
Marlon, Ohio, Oct, 17,. Warm sun
shine. In contrast with the chilly
weather of yesterday, grceteeLGovcrnor ,
Roosevelt at tho opening of tils sec
ond day's campaign In Ohio, He mado.
his first speech of the day at Delaware,
where ho addressed a large audlenco
In Grace Chapel of the Ohio Wesleyan
University. Marlon was reached at
9:20 o'clock and here n large crowd
greeted the train.
A New York specialist, who Joined
,,.,e who refused to As wll To" "!! In port and hauled along
burghew who refused to fight will no ti.-ik. w,arf shortly before
IMlf.hmounte.llSf.ntrr scouting ' ' forenoon. She could' A New York specialist who Jol,
Ilrltlsb mounted inrantry scouting . . . nii., i)U, i.,,, the Governor's party at Columbus,
from Lludley, had Cat.taln Wlllshlre ''v . .P''';.'0" "',? I treating tho Governor's throat and
killed through mlstamng a part lnrninB . .i,. vessel slowed down, ordered him to mnko.no long speeches.
'XLnla khal" U""0rra fr fo&& Tho Governor's throat w as8 fiund In
friends. .... n,iu nori Hhe taVm th nlaco of the ,md condition, but the phslclan be-
j!?.!f'!!!S; AuStfflS: unin cnelt"!. ,!-:- hat with caro It w. hold out
Ti'in .;.,. k:il " ultltuted. The my officer of, ''"' T'
irom j.iiiuiey 10 i"". . ..,, ,, ., ,. it, Ansirnlli. U
T!i llrwr. rflfitureil n iletacnment or r,D -.--..""" " ' - ..-....
the Chessblro Reglmtnt, which was es
corting an empty wagon near Frank
fort. They released the drlvtr, but
kept the wagon.
St, Louis, Oct. 12. At the morning
session of the American Hoard of Com
mlsloners for Foreign Missions, Piter
Cushman Jones of Honolulu, who last
ntvhi l.roiiL'ht vreetlnes fiom tho Ha-
D. Kalauolcalanl of the Independent I wrailan Kvangellcal Association, and
Experienced light variable winds.
smooth sea and fine weather all tho
way. Time, C days, 14 hours and 25
Tho officers of tho Queen are as fol
lows: T. It, Rellly, tommander; C. At-
Jiycr. mrs. w. w. rwcoiunn. . m. , : ;..-.-. ... .a . ...I . :. ....... ..:.J.. .... . .. i-n, i-nitri uuutrri j. ii. jiuii, u oni-
O'Brien, Geo. Oldlng a1 wile, E. A."""'". . '"'J."" 'TV""'t J ",rJ"a."BJ3, 'Si ! " H, Ilulene. 3d officer, W. H,
Tommy McCombc, the purser. Tho Hui.Ken.lei. of Roth,.
Queen brought an exceptionally largo Surrender ol Bothn.
passenger list. Among the number London, Oct. 17. A dispatch received
were a great many kamaalnas here today from I.ord Roberts under
Purser McCombe rcpo-ts as follows; date of Pretoria, October ICth. reports
Loft Han Francisco October 17 nt 2:31 ' that a number of minor affairs but
n. m. with 108 cabin nnd Of, steeraee savs the only Incident of Importance
passengers as well as 17 bags of mall. as the surrendering of Thcunls Botha
Palmer and wife. E. E. Paxton, r. Pollltz, S8","., , T? i VmLT,.,i m rht
-. ., ' a v.- i u c.i...,.i, nt Prince David and Llllkalanl mlgbt
anJtwochllJn.C,S;Shanklin. Mrs.A. """e on the natives.
L. Shaw and two children, M. Spxlnger,
S, Stewart, J. F. p. Stoke,J.'J.Sulllvan vnua. KTEAMERR OFF PORT.
and wife. Miss Sullivan, E. R. Swain.
Mrs. J. unswonn, I'cv. jno. waiaron and
wife. Miss L. Walker. C. I- Wight and Pour blr steamers off port this morn.
wife. Miss I A. Wlrht. H. L. Wilcox., inir treated a lot of eicllemmt and.
Mrs. W. L. Wilcox, I.C. Wilis. Miss M.' Incidentally, a lot of ork for the Cus- i M test, 454c, molasses sugar, 4c He-
Wills, VI. K. f. Wilson an3 wife, Mrs. i torn House officers, shlip;ne men and ' fined Steady, crushed, 6 I5c; iiowuer
M. F. Scott i the V. 8. Quartermaster's Department. I ed, S 8Jc; granulated, 5.75c
From the Gdonlci, per C. A. S. S. They were tbe T. K. K. America Maru, , .
Awangl, Oct. Ji. Mr. and Mr. J. H. cA. 8. 8. Aorangl, O. 8. 8 Queen and j
w9aibra ana mm n. suckcv. r
tbe wejrk of the 'American lloard. made A1M)n llllcf ,nRm.rf fi A Parsons,
an additional pledge of JM on behalf , MKfMan. engineer, r O Thomas,
of the friends of the work In those, e(.n, auunt engineer, T. C Mc
Islands, ComlM-. tmrser; fir. W. f. Frrlilmnn.
surgeon and E. Curtis, chief steward.
brother of Commandant General
Ilotha, nt Volksrust, October 13th.
Mr. Urugulcre, wel Iknown In Hono
lulu, Is now first officer o! the transport
U. 8. A. T. GRANT.
first to come In, ?.k U-ale Thinking It slnnge
Navy wharf. Sot 'b !Dg' should U In mld-channtl at
previous to the America Maru, she was
given the I'acmc Jiaii wnari me
America Maru carao In next and an
chored In tbe stream, -j The last was
tbe Queen and she wai put alongside
tbe Llkellk wharf
Reside the four steamers named.
the transports Leelanaw and w r
arc scare, and helJ at
iucrbts'ntly tilth prices.
WE offer a scry choice ccmcr with cot
tas', commanilnz the
Ocean View from the
Harbor to Diamond Head,
!ccmuN, row ft co
TW MAW In. MIX) muWt,
From Koloa. rxr stmr KcauhoJ. Oct.
4.-Paul lienbefg. Jr., H. V. Walker, b.
h. Irnierson,.P. P.t Marjnnls and P.
From Sin Francisco, per T. K K. Ame
rica Maru, Oct. Z4.-K. H. Bowles, H. R.
(Junlway. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Denldtf,
A. J. GflMt, Hans Hcintz. Mr, anJ Mrs.
Huzo D.Krlt, IL M. MacKinnon, f.n.
u, c u.i,..ii ui.. I u..e..ii ui..
IMil I.. A,,. A19 - M ,B,l.ll9 "" ' -".
F. A. Haskell. Thftzh-For Yokohama: . and the O 8. 8. Zealamiu are aiso in
H. Aworami, Mrs. Bron, R. Isooo, Mrs.l iortroaglng seven in an
M. w Koclvu, irs W.U.Lyon, .rs.
C E. Miller and child. Y. Mural. Naka
m j, T. Khin, Mrs. E. W. SlvmeU, N.
Tsuneto, Prcf. T. Yokl. For Kobe: S.
Hon, I . rlayami, T. inonyo, l. Kano, J.
Matsorooto, Y.SaglU, T.Tanabe.T.Ta
kazl. For Shanxhal: K. Law Smith,
Mrs, S, M. ForetL For Honglcnc: Mrs.
V J. Austin, E, Aidrdlnl, Miss Uzit
jtnvtt, v. tasaKsic, sirs. r. 3. umvr, :
Late Sujjnr Market.
New York, Oct. 17. Sugar Raw.
steady, fair refining, 4Vc, tintrlfugal,
. The V. 8 A T. Grant, Kihflled com
mander .arrived In port and haulid
(alongside the Navy dock this morning,
having sailed from San Francisco on
A f U -0mmul a. m i 0 fimlnv W sir it.. iriL l.s rrf 1. &ft MA .mt t 4..
17. 8. A T Grant The last named, Kaual tall nUhl lbe Khted the Wala- Manila, 73 Hospital Corju men, 23 8lg-
tbat sho nal Corps' men together with officers,
King Omear'm lllncH.
Stockholm. Oct. 17-At tiday's ses
sion of the Council of HUte It was de
cided to entrust the government of tbe
eonntrv to the Crown Prior OusUTUS
during the Illness of Kluz Oscar.
Tb Crown Prince and Crosrn Prlni
tM i.nil tbelr eldest son musuviu.
Mrs. M. A. Folzer. Mrs Cart. F. .1 .i.rt vrilv for CaWitUca. where tbe
Green, Mr, Mi Mrs. F. If. HUbert. Mai-w I Crown I'rlnrr will on I be SUrthlng
i. j. nuuninvn, maj . n. raiu, f and lake tboaili t-rore me umnr
Mrs.G, P. Vasu. Jtatt U-Mrtvm, Mrs., King Crar paue4 a qulH slgbt but
tt not gain strength
Kerr & Co. have values In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot be dupli
cated. They nrc making a specialty
Just now of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
tbat tlnio i civilian emplo. nurses and the wives
was wrong, and families of the nfflicra now In the
she blew her whistle an J made for the Philippines On board the vessel Is a
little steamer. There ras no answer .laree amount of treasure mrt of which
ami the Keauhou nut on more speed, la ronslrneil to the Quartermaster's
Tbe Walaleale, evidently taking tho Department at Manila. The remainder
other steamer for an ocean liner, ! for the payment of the troops aboard,
swerved off and continued on her way Captain Kdmund Dubois of the I2d
to Kauai. Her position was caused by Infantry Is In command of tho recruits
tbe lateness of the hour in leaving. ,The other offliers with the detachment
are Lieut. John I Hason, 3',th In-
Panl Isenbtrg, Jr.. arrived In the Ke- fantry, Lieut Cults, llth Cavalry.
auhou this morning. Sometime during Lieut. Raymond II l-enner, Cth Artll-
laat night Captain Mosner, hearing iiery; Lieut, nowen, inn i inpino tav
tiecullar noise emanating from Mr. I airy.
lsenbergs ruim, asked with concern ' Among the passengers sre Lleuten
"Wbal'a the matter, Pael? Are you ant Colonel Goodrell, Lnlteil State-s
slekr This answer cam back, prefac- Marine Corps; Major Hamilton 8 Wal
ed by a number of exprnlve words lace, raymaster; Major i u. rrince.
"What In thunder do you think I'm Quartermaster L' SMC Wharton II
JlCUlignnn, acting assisune surKvun,
Merton A Probert, acting assistant
surgeon, LleuL William S I.yster.
FOR MUDDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
doing this for anyway!"
Ill Pice. H. Vtiiy. Mrs. M. Steven!,
Ir. J, Sivn, W. Law Smith, Edwin
Wllfu, Uwiencc Wrfrlit.
For Kauai ports, rer tXm W G Hall.
Hohciiloltc Miy Hclfin.
Sum, V V 5Jur.J-eeSlx Per. OH apj ut b baed on 'Oelal lnfrma
Ij'jltdk, H C L Prrklns, iUm are Wt u tlw Brl that
, VtniM llHhmVbf n-Mgnaivn w iw
Mtw' 4n tltlru, oiu Uout or Jwperial rtnnartUmMv Is io4lug.
Mk, XU Jsrg.t and wM umW w , Cwwt ?J'JXX Xmmt
Krr U Co,, Quviu atttt- ' iKir' VHMUiu,
Kiulu, an aged Hawaiian of Kauai
was found dead on tbe Kllauea road
Friday last. Ills bors was standing
by when tbe body wa4 found. It Is
supposed tbat tbe old fellow dld In
Tb latnt styles In shirts and ties
are to I found at Iwakarnl'a, Hotel
ttrtL Ttl. 1 V.'blt.
THIS VATi:itMAf IDBAl VOUN
TAIX I'M. All lt, all sbspt. H
Lord Chief .luHtlcc.
ly.ndon Oct IS Iird Alverstone
formerlr Blr Richard Webster, will
succeed tbo late 1 la rim Russell of Kll
lowen, the Dally News announces, as
lrd Chief Juillce of Hnrland
WH.KOH IK DIJAD.
Ilngfn. Vs. 0t. 17 -I'.x-I'ost-lsM
llMUfdJ mtwn dlM suddenly
t m u'tfluik uUy,
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
I v I
84.50 Per Pair.
Is to keep your feet dry and
This Is what OUR HEAVY
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