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Hawaii and Its People T P
You'ioeiieve in i-rospeniy
.Vote for PARKER and the Republican Candidates.
Vol. IX. No. 1077
HONOLULU, TEEKITORY'OT H AW3LM, TRltfAY. NOVEMBER 2,
PniOB 5 Oknth.
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Frank Water house Co, To
Put on .Three New ,
WILL BID FOR TRAFFIC
IN PASSENGER LINE
First Steamer toLeave December 15-
Fifteen Day Sendee - Nelson
Kimball and Santa Ana
Seattle, Oct. 23. Beginning with tho
15th of December, tho Frank Water
liouso Company will operate four addi
tional steamers between this city and
Honolulu. The steamers will leave tins
port thereafter every fifteen days. Th?y
wjll Include tho Centennial, Charkn
Nelson, John S. Kimball and Santa
It Is proposed to carry general mer
chandise and refrigerator freight fro.n
'this city to tho Islands, and from there
to carry return cargoes to San Fran
cisco, and from the latter port to re
turn to this city with general merchan
dise, fruit, etc. Whatever necessary 'lo
palrs are needed will be made at once,
and the Charles Nelson and the Santa
Ana, both of Vhlch are at present In
tho North, will bo sent to San Fran
cisco upon their arrival here and re
fitted for 'the accommodation of pas
sengers. Frank Waterhouse, who announced
the Improvement In the service today,
said that all tho steamers would bo
fitted with refrigerator compartments
and would bo able to take from 100 In
ICO tons of, cold storage, freight cacu
trip. The steamers will also cater for
the passenger traffic.
The John S. Kimball Is an entirely
new steamship, having been built fcr
tho John S. Kimball Steamship Com
pany the past summer. The Centen
nial will need but little alteration, as
she was overhauled previous .to going
on tho Nome run this spring.
All Along Line
A Puna correspondent writes that A.
II. Loebcnsteln had held rousing meet
ings In that district and Kau. He was
to leave for Walmca October 30.
The Democrats held a big rally In
Hllo on tho 31st. J. O. Carter, John
Wiso, E. I). McClanaban, Palmer
Woods, H. Ricknrd, Judge Wilder and
others, were tho speakers.
Col. Will E. Fisher conducted tho
overflow meeting in Oilman's big tout
in front of tho Drlllshcd last night.
The old 'Frisco campaigner made sev
eral speeches himself and pulled out
eight or ten native speakers, besides
making drafts on the Drlllshed re
While the big Republican rally was
on at tho Drlllshed last night, W. C.
Roo and Chas. Crozlcr, foreman In the
Honolulu Iron Works, conducted a
meeting at tho old foundry. There weto
250 voters present, spellbound with ad
dresses from Geo. R. Carter, A. O. II.
Robertson, L. L. McCandless and Ed.
Towse. Tho meeting lasted until ten
minutes to eleven.
Hawallans who believe In omens
We offer a Valuable
, , AT PUNAHOU,
Oahu College Grounds.
Corner 140x300 for $7,500.
Or will subdivide Into 4 lots.
McCLELL'AN, POND & CO.,
TEL. MAIN 69. JUDD BUILDING
were very visibly affected last evening
as they watched the Walaleale start out
on her, trip to.Maul with Prlnco David
and n number of Democrats aboard.
ThTifteSmer 'wis gaily decorated and,
as tho voir last touch to these decora
tions, tho 'Hawaiian flaj was i Mated.
The steamer 'Was I just leaving -tho
wharf so everyone could see 'plainly
that the Hawaiian flag was upside
down. There was consternation
aboard.- Even Prince David recognjie.l
the dread omen and paled, someone
grabbed the halyards, tho flag was
righted and then hoisted again! Whit
with puloulous (tabu sticks) and kv
hills and InVerted flags, the Hawaiian
Democrats must be feeling very un
oasy. All that Is now needed to cap th
climax Is an appearance In the harbor
o'f schools of the' royal fish'.
. The "Independents and Republicans
held forth at "noon today at the water
front at Urewcr's and Irmgard wharves.
Qulnn, Emmeluth, WHcox and 'the
whole push were there, while only ono
Republican standing on a bale of hay
on Brewer's wharf was trylus
to stem the tldo of oratory bellowing
from tho other wharf. The Indepen
dents naturally had the best of It, at
tracting a largo crowd, yelling them
selves hoarse. Tho most nolso, how
ever, .was made by Qeorgo Markham,
who mounted upon a dray between the
two wharves admonished all passers
by 'to move on to Irmgard's wharf and
Imbibe tho true doctrine. Ho kept this
up until tho man on tho balo of hay be
came quite lonely.
U. F. Dillingham brings tho nows
that the Wall street millionaires aro
betting E to 1 on McKlnlcy and that
they'aro willing to put up any amount
of money. The best part of It nil is
that no takers have been found.
Five or six natives In the parade of
tho Independents last night, had their
hats burned at the corner of Fort nml
King streets on nccount of tho Imper
fect working of their torches.
MANAGER HEDEMANN BACK.
C Hedemann, manager of tho Hono
lulu Iron Works, returned in the Cltv
of Peking this morning. after, a trip of
six months. With the exception of ono
month, when Mr. Hedemann was In
Cuba.hls whole time was spent In tho
important manufacturing cities on tho
Mainland. Washington was visited
During the trip, news mills were pur
chased for both Olaa and Hawaiian
Commercial and negotiations were
made for the supply of a large quantity
of machinery and material for tho new
Mr. Hedemann had the following to
say about his visit to Cuba: "My prin
cipal object In visiting the Island was
to make' a thorough Inspection of the
sugar mills In operation there. I mus
confess I was dlsappoirtd. Our mills
hero are far ahead of those of Cuca
and, having said that, I have said ull
that Is necessary.
"There nre two great factions In
Cuba the Cubans and the Spaniard.
Tho former are continually crying out
for freedom and the latter for annexa
tion to tho United States."
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Mens dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest and most complete as
sortment In town at $1.00 apiece. L. B.
Kerr & Co., Queen Btrtet,
Philadelphia, Oct. 20. The Univer
sity of I'ennseylvanla swamped tho Co
lumbia football team on Franklin
Field this afternoon by a score of 30 tc
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 30. In thd
presence of a large crowd Yale defeated
Wcsleyan this afternoon by a Bcore
of 38 to 0.
.West Point, N. Y Oct. 20. Ha--vard's
football evclevcn seem to find
no difficulty In scoring against West
Point here this afternoon. Tho score
was 29 to 0,
Easton, Pa., Oct. 20. Princeton, CO;
Ithaca, N. Y., Oct. 20. Cornell, 11;
The true Republican will vote the
straight ticket, from Parker down.
E, Faxon Bishop, one of the labor
commissioners who has been In tho
States trying to make arrangements for
the supply of labor to the plantations
here, Mr. Dlshop was seen by a Dullc
tin reporter today but he declined tu
talk, saying that he had been Intel
viewed until he had become sick of It
However, he did give out a llttlo which
was to the effect that he had been In
New York and tho South talking to
labor people. He had made some ir
rangements but matters wero not ve:
In condition to bo spread broadcast
throughout tho land.
it was gathered from the llttlo Mr.
Bishop said hjiat he had not been very
successful In his mission,
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
Important Note Exchang
ed That Serve's to f
- Settle It.
THIS PLAN IS FAVOREft
BY THE UNITED STATES
Terms of the Agreement Other Pow
ers Will Probably Fall Into Line
Without Serious Objections.
Means Open Door.
London, Oct 20. Intense Inter
est tvns nrouwl today by tin- official an-
noiimvment t lint (Jrent Ilrltnln nml tier
tunny liml entered Into an agreement to
maintain the territorial Integrity of Chi
na. While this sntnrs of Indciiemlent
action nnd will doubtless lie adhered to
despite tlip protest of any other tter.
It Ik not looked upon lien- nn forming nn
obstacle to the pi ogress of negotiation.)
tiMiu the basis Inlil down In the lnt
Kreiieh note, or Indeed Ukii nny proi-c
sllloiis wlili li will not Infringe 111111 the
essential principles of the Anglo-Merman
The terms of this agreement, which was
arrived nt Oitolier Mill,, between lord
Salisbury and Count toll Ilntzfeld.' tier
iiiiui KniliiiKwidor tn England, are officj
ally given out an follow:
The (icrmmi government nnd her
Urltlsh malratj'H internment. Iielng de
sirous to maintain their interests in China
mid their rightH under existing treaties,
have agreed to observe the following
principles regarding mutual imllcy In
"Firstly It in n matter of joint per
manent International Interest that the
nirtH nn the rivers nnd llttorul of China
should remain free mid oimi to trade mid
to etery other legitimate form of eco
nomic netltity for the peoples of nil coun
tries without distinction, nnd the two
governments agree on their part to upheld
the same for ull Chinese territory ns fnr
n they rnn exercise InlliieiH'O.
"Secondly, Ixith governments agree that
the) will not on their part make use of
Hie present complication to ohtnln for
themselves nny territorial ndrnctAgeii in
Chinese domain,' nnd will direct their
IKillcy tottnrd maintaining undiminished
the territorial conditions of the Chines'!
"Thirdly, In cne of another iowcr
making use of the complications In China
In order to olitiiln under nny form what
ever Midi territorial advantages, the two
contracting put ties resertc to themselves
the right to come to a preliminary under
standing regarding the eventual steu
to lie taken for the prqtcctlon of their
ottu Interests In China.
Fourthly, the ttto governments will
communicate this agreement to the other
imtters Interested, ckh hilly Austria
Hungary. Fiance,, Italy, Japan, ltul.i
mid the t'nited Htnti-s, nnd Invite them to
nccept the principles recorded in it."
United States Favorable.
Washington, Oct. 23. It was au-
thorltallvely stilled tonight that the Unit
ed Suite government views with distinct
favor the piliiciphs enunciated In the
Auclo-ticriruui agreement relating to Cli!
na, and thata formal response to tbr.t
effect will be lunde at nil cully day to the
Invitation extended to this government
to ncii'pt the principles of the agree
BOERS TAKE JAC0BSDAL
Cape Town, Oct. 2G. Tho IJoers havo
captured Jacobsdal, southwest of Klm
berley, after a stubborn resistance upon
tho part of tho garrison which con
sisted of a detachment of Cape Town
Highlanders. The latter suffered so
vcMy, losing thirty-four out of fifty
Emperor Toasts Von Maltke.
Ilerlln, Oct. 26. At tho luncheon giv
en In commemoration of the birthday
of von Moltke the Emperor toasted tho
deceased soldier as follows:
"Let us raise our glasscB In memory
of the great field marshal who had no
equal as a victorious commander on
the battlefield ,as a teacher and organ
izer In time of peace and as a faithful
friend, adviser and Bcrvnnt of my bouse
and my person, May his spirit evir
lead my general staff In tho future as lu
the past to fresh achievements and vic
tories." Addison Porter III.
Associated Press Special.
Putnam, Conn., Oct. 20. John Addi
son Porter, former secretary to Presi
dent McKlnlcy, lies dangerous 111 at
his country residence In Pomfret, four
miles, from here. It Is understood that
ho underwent, on Wednesday, a deli
cate and dangcrpus surgical operation.
United States Senator Lindsay, Dem
ocrat, of Kentucky, has declared he
will vote for McKlnlcy and Roosevelt.
Ok HUNDRED ENGAGED
BUT FAILED TO CONE
City 'of Peking Passenger Says Hono
lulu is Fortunate Men Were
Toughs From New
The City of Peking sailed from San
Francisco Just two hours later than the
time soheduled. This delay was caur.
cd by a gang of Italian laborers fron
New Orleans for whom steerage paw
age abanrd the steamer had been ar
ranged.' They had been collected In
the city named and rushed across to
San Francisco by agents -working lu
the Interests of plantation labor In Ha
A tuc boat took them from shore to
the steamer but upon arrival along
side tho Dagos changed their minis
about coming to Honolulu. The ring
leaders decided that, having been giv
en a free passage from New Orleans,
they would rather remain In San
Francisco. It did not take the remain
der of tho gang, numbering about a
hundred In all, to think the same way.
The agents 'alked against time and
did their best to get the Italians aboard
but they- were unable to move thdTi
and, of course, force could not bo cm
ployed. The Peking would wait no
longer than two hours nnd started out
on her trip, leaving the Italians be
hind. This Is what one oftho Peking
passengers had to say to a bulletin re
porter this morning"
"We congratulated ourselves when
wo found tho Italians were not to come
with us. They were the toughest set
of men I over saw. Once turned looo
here, Honolulu might expect to sec nny
and, all kinds of crime. They all spoke
English. Ono of the number was toll
that he muBt remember he and. his as
sociates were 'broke.' He replied: 'Oh,
w'o'ro not broke. Wo arc only a little
DILLINGHAM HOME AGAIN
D. F. Dillingham was one of tho pas
sengers from San Francisco In the City
of Peking this morning. Dnrlng bis
stay on the Coast, he was kept very
busy with the Olaa matter. Mr. Dill
ingham had the following to say:
"Tho D. y. Dillingham Co. has paid
off Alexander & llaldwln for nil their
stock 12,500 shares and have taken
these over. Wo have also paid all the
advances together with $150,000 to tho
Honolulu Iron Works. This of couite
means that we have taken over tht
agency and have succeeded In floatiu
the bonds. In addition to this work.
wo succeeded In raising money for Pu
"During my stay on the Coast I
succeeded In getting an option on a lot
of GO-pound rails prior to tho presi
dential election. These, landed In Hllo,
were offered at tho cheapest price f
have ever known. These will be men
to build a line of the Hllo R. R. from
the Olaa plantation ;through tho Olaa
district to within 7',i miles of the Vol
enno house. You can well see what this
will mean to tho Olaa settlers in the
matter of transportation. Tho lln-j
will bo about 15 miles long."
BUILD NBW DEFBNDER.
Now York. Oct. 25. Tho New York
Yacht Club met tonight and Commodore
l.cil.viiril assured the inemlH-rs that n new
cup defender would lie liullt in meet Sir
Thomas Upton's Shamrock II, nml ho
snld they could lest 011 his nuiirnnie.
Ho said the new defender vvould not
only be built, Imt neither effort nor skill
would be spared to make her a siif'ss.
He said he was sorry at this time tu
glte no names. The netv Unit will lie
built mid handled hy 11 njinlhate. Sev
eral meinlKTH of former sj mile ales were,
Llpton Thoroughly RntlMlcil.
London, Oct. 23. Sir Thomas Lip
ton has nihlccl us follows to Secretary
Oddie of the New York Yiichnt Club;
"Terms thoroughly satisfactory. Previ-
ous culilegrnui ns regards duration was
St. Petersburg. Oct. 22. A dlspatcn
received from Vladlvostnck says chol
era Is Increasing to such nn extinnt in
Japan that steamers thenco have been
quarantined. The dispatch adds tiie-o
have been a number of deaths on board
of steamers coming from Nagasaki.
Chicago, Oct, 20. Chicago went
down to defeat on her own grounds to
day for the first time In two years.
When tho final whistle blew the scoro
was: Ilrown, 11; Chicago, 6.
Itourenzo Marques, Oct. 20. The
Dutch cruUer Goldcrland, with Prssl
dent Kritgcr on board, sailed nt noon.
She will coll at Dar-es-Salaam, Tonga,
Jlbutll and Marseilles.
uu in mmmm
As the Representative of
the Sugar Planters
MAKE PERMANENT HOME
AT THE NATIONAL CAPITOL
Will Resign His Local Federal Office
Immediiaely Important Post
Will Keep Watch of Sugar
Wm. Haywood, former United Slates
Consul nnd at present United States
Revenue Collector for this district, hai
been appointed Washington agent of
the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Associa
tion. From the commercial standpoint
this Is one of the most Important poits
In the gift of the sugar Industry of tliM
Territory, and Ib certainly a marked
compliment to Mr. Haywood.
Mr. Haywood will Immediately for
ward his resignation to the President
by telegraph to Washington nnd will
I(riV(d'for his, old homo as soon, as his
successor arrives to take over tho local
The. Important Interests of the 3.t-
gar Industry make It necessary that the
Planters' Association should havo u
representative constantly on the ground
to deal with such matters In tho vatl
ous departments ns are likely to effect
commercial conditions In the Islands.
This representative must havo a full
knowledge of local conditions as well
ns acquaintance with the men and t!i?
details of departments in the national
Mr. Haywood fills tho bill. He Is
a Washington, D. C. boy and it might
be said has been brought up' In tho
Fedcrnl departments. Ills four yearB
service here has placed him In clone
touch with the business community an J
Its needs and particularly fits him fcr
Mr. Haywood will probably open a
law office In Washington and uiuhu hta
permanent homo In the city, which In
his case means returning to his oil
The calendar for the November term
of the First Circuit Court, opening next
Monday, contains 2C0 cases, of which
27 arc criminal, 207 civil and 26 divorce.
Charles Downing Is down for trial on
tho charge of murder second degree
nnd two separate charges of assault
with dangerous weapon. Eighteen of
the civil cases are Jury waives).
Kalnma, a natlvo woman, was taken
to tho police station this morning to bo
examined as to her sanity. She was
acting In a very peculiar manner and
so the people living In her nclghboi
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
While Manager Cohen was sailing to
tho Const on a search for talent to open
tho Orphcum, a bunch of vaudevltlo
folks wero heading Honoluluward sent
by Agent Stone. The artists arrived
this morning nnd arrangements woro
speedily mado to open up tho house to
morrow night. Tho artists nro all well
known on the Western circuits and
bring most fuvorublo criticisms from
tho San Francisco press. Tho company
aro all tvhlfa artlstH and will bo a com
plete chango from anything we hato
had at tho Orpheum for a long while.
The scats aro already being telephon
ed for and tho box office opens tomor
row morning. Tho houso will probably
bo packed, as even election excitement
will scarcely stop the rush ofr tho first
amusement of tho season.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H
Milwaukee, Oct. 20. Judgeo Nceleii,
in tho Municipal Court today rendered
a decision finding Swen A. L. Thomp
son, an osteopath, guilty of unlawfully
assuming the title of "doctor," Tho
suit was Instituted by the State Medic il
Doard and was a test case. Tho cusf
will be appealed.
New York, Oct. 23.-Charles L. Al
vord, noto teller of the First National
Hank of this city, Is a fugitive and a
defaulter to tho.tent of 700,000. The
announcement of tho defalcation, whl:h
was mnde this afternoon, created tho
utmost excitement in tho financial cir
cles In this city, but tho well known
stability of tho First National and a
statement Issued by tho bank had a
Vote the Straight Republican Ticket
EXPERT GRAY ARRIVES
ON THE STEAMER TODAY
Says Local Telegraph System Must
WorkPresent Difficulty Can be
Overcome by Changing Stations
A. Orny, one of the leading ex
perts of Marconi's Wireless Tclegrnoby
Company arrived from London In tllo
City of Peking this morning. Mr. Uruv
comes In response to an urgent cable
gram from the local company detailing
the partial failure of the system her?.
When seen this morning Mr. Oray
said: "Of course this system will work.
nil right. You may rest assured that
Mr. Marconi will not allow It to fall.
Our company has recently closed a con
tract with the Urltlsh admiralty for
supplying ships with tho wireless sys
tem. The Drltlsh admiralty docs not
accept anything that Is a falluro or
that Is not thoroughly practical. In ono
of the recent tests we sent messages
perfectly over ifQ miles of land and sea.
This Is convincing evidence that It Is
not distance that causes tho local diffi
"Your trouble here Is doubtless somo
local peculiarity I nth elocution of sta
tions. Some changes, may be necessary
bat these channels can bo spanned by
wireless telegraphy and Mr. Mnrconl
will not stop till your system Is in per
fect working condition. When I left
1ondon the' stock of our company was
selling at three' pounds, with par value
of ono pound, which readily shows tbut
tho Urltlsh people havo confidence in
Mr. Gray Is a young man of forceful
appearance. Ho has been with M ir-
conl two years and as he expresses It
has always been a telegraph man, hav
ing resigned a position on a cable slip)
to take up tho work In wireless teleg
raphy. With Manager Cross ho will
visit tho Kalmukl station this after
noon. Work will not be stopped uutil
tho system Is perfected.
SAYS THEY ARE RIGHT
John Ouderklrk, onn of the leadlpg
contractors and builders and an olj"
resident besides, justifies the Journey
men carpenters In their walkout and
Imputes the cause of the trouble to the
"Tho contractors aro to blame," Vit
the volunteered statement of Mr.
Oudcrktrk to a Bulletin representative
yesterday afternoon. "They had no
tice two months ago of the intention
of tho carpenters, and never said any
thing until the last minute. What else
could the carpenters do?"
Late 8uar Mnrkct.
New York, Oct. 26. Sugar Raw,
quiet; fair refining, 4 l-5c; centrifugal,
96 test, 4c; molasses sugar, 5c; re
fined, quiet; icrushed, 6c; potvdcreJ,
5.S5C, granulated, 5.75c.
Rain nt Olaa.
A correspondent writing rrom Olaa
plantation states that for the two
weeks previous to October 29; thero wan
a dally average of 87-100 Inches of rain
on the plantation lands.
Korr & Co. havo values In men's and
boy's .clothing that cannot bo dupli
cated. They are making a specialty
Just now of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair,
Tho latest styles In shirts and tics
are to bo found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street, Tel. 3361 White.
FOR MUDDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
Is to kttp your feet dry and
This Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
0 -will do 0
$4750 Per Pair.
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