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Vol. IX. No. 1081.
important Change in
'Mil LANISWWNE IS
British' People Mot Disposed to Accept
the Slate General Opposition to
Jdndsdowne from All
' London, ct. 31. The Marquis of
ijrTsdownc's elevation to tho Korcl'n
Secretaryship, according to the an
nouncrments In the newspapers this
morning.- has, figuratively .speaking,
taken tho country's breath .away. It
was as unexpected as It Is welcome.
Even the staunchest ministerial mouth
places among the' African newspapers,
opealr denounce It. "
The Globe declares the appointment
only chows Lord Salisbury Is complete
K ly out of touch with the feelings and
wishes of the electorate and the Coo
' scrratlvc party, while, the Llbe.Ml
Westminster Gaz'etto croaking over the
.Ilscoinnlnre of the ministerial newspa
per. whltJi have bo loudly demanded
tho retirement of Lord Lansdownc, ox
prrBs relief at the fact that Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain was not given the post,
"Tho latter's appointment would
' have filled thoughtful people with 'dis
may, nml It Is something to have es
caped tills serious danger."
Lord Salisbury, apparently arranged
matters with the Queen at Iialmoral, a
week ngn- ills own Inclination was
to resign the premiership and devote
himself exclusively to the Forclijn
Office. He wrote Her Majesty to thW
-.effect, but she declined to accept tho
BUKKetlonK., Lord Salisbury, ther.
fore, went to Iialmoral to discuss the
question, with Jhe result that the Queen
.carried her point.
Tubllc anxiety Is to some extent re
lieved by the prospect that Salisbury's
experience will still be available to di
rect the broad foreign policy.
Philadelphia, Oct. 31. The Imports ot
sugar at this port during OcfoD.r
eclipsed the record for any corresponl
Ing period In the history of the port.
3toro tinji !0,000 tons of raw sugar
Jiavo ben delivered on the wharxcBof
tho sugar refineries since October 1.
The arrivals have been nine steamships
from Java and the Far East and three
fnll-rlggcd American Balling ships from
tho Hnwailnn Islands. Enough ma
terial lias leen delivered here to en
sure the running on full time through
out the entire winter of the local re
Tho Pacific Heights inllwny Is an
assured swec-ss and earn will bo run
ning un time tomorrow
The- flirt car roado tho trip cr tho
lino this morning. Tncro was not a
Jiltch nor delay In any detail.
A Cottage ' Home on a choice corner
with splendid mean view, for ono on
lower level, near car line. This Is i
far you tu get a homo on higher and
.more lirtiUhful ground, ,
McCLELAN, POND & CO.,
Tel. Main 09. J lull llulldlug.
Mtwmmmmmwsit m a i iiiiffitfiiiiriiirTrmiiiT iimn. . m wimmiiii i 11 in mi i m in iiii iiii i
Cold Storage Line
fleattle, Oct. 26. The Pacllc Cold
Storage Company, owners of the Klthu
Thompson, have practically closed with
Crawford ft field for a steamer with a
carrying capacity of 2,000 Ions for the
Honolulu trade; 350 tons of this space
will bo refrigerated. The vessel will
be equipped with triple expansion en
gines and Scotch marine boilers, elec
tric lights and the most modern appli
ances for the quick handling of cargo.
The company has sntered the field
with the; intention of remaining and
with the newjvssatLud thf Thomsaoa
will he abU to rive a regular monthly
service between Seattfc and the IslandsJ
Cook ft Co., wife olRces on Yesler wharf
are the general agents of the line.
Tuan's Head is
in the Balance
New York, Oct. 31. Authoritative
'denial Is made In Washington says A
Herald special that the Ministers In
Pelting have already decided to demand
$200,600,000 Indemnity! It Is stated that
this matter has not yet been consider
ed. Tho Ministers and Chinese., envoy
arc trying to fettle the, punishment of
the Iloxer leaders and It Is learned-thtit
Mr. Conger is especially deslrons to
have Prince Tuan executed. lti-waS
was stated last night by n high ofBclat
that tho President will be satisfied
should Prince Tuan be degraded unj
exiled. Germany however, wants him
No very vigorous steps have yet been
taken to estimate the Indemnity China
should pay the United States, rho
War Department Is preparing to collcit
Information as to the cost of the cxpe
dltlon to China, representatives of thei
religious denominations whose mission-J
arlcs were killed and Injured and mis
sions destroyed nro conferring with
Messrs. Conger and Rcikhlll and pri
vate citizens whose' property was de
stroyed have submlted heir estimates.
. -c: s-i :
n is" nr
uives Us 154,001
In the official census returns of tho
United Stntes for 1900, tho population
for tho, Territory of Hawaii Is given as
OYER 76 MILLIONS
Washington, Oct. 30. Tho
11 urea utoday announced that tho. total
population of tho United States foy'
1900 Is 70,295,220. The population of thai
forty-five States Is 74,027,907, tho. re-1
malnder being In the Territories. Tno
total population In 1890, Including Un-
wall, with v,hlch the aggregate popuM-j
tlon of the present cenbiis should bo
compared, was (!3.0CD,75C, the gain In
population of 13,225.161 during tho last
ten years being nearly 21 per cent.
AUENS BY WAY OF HONOLULU.
Washington, Oct. 31. In answer to
an Inquiry the Treasury Department
has held that aliens who hnve bwn
duly examined at ports of tho Unltel
States and thero ndmlttul as not being
of the classes excluded by law, need
not be rc-examlned except physlclally
at Honolulu een though they reached
that port through Can.ida, provided
passage through Canada was rontln'i -
ous without stop over.
Aliens seeking ndmlsslon nt llnnn -
lulu under any other conditions nuii't
be examined as original applicants for
ndmlhslon to this country.
Loudon, Oct. 29. London gave tha
City Imperial Volunteers a tremendous
welcomo when they returned today
from South Africa. The stiects were
packed with dense masses of humanity
and nt times the police weio utterly
powerless to keep tho way open for ' ha
Late Sugar Mnrkct.
New York, Oci. 31. Sugar Raw,
dull and easy: fair retinlng, 4c; centri
fugal, 90 tint, 4V&c; molatfiCH atgar,
3c; icflned qulotf crushed, 6.1Cc;
powdered, 5.S5c; granulated, 5.75c. , ,
Men's drcKs shirts, open front or
back, the largest and most complete as
sortment In town nt J.OO apiece. L. II.
Kerr & Co., Queen sirfct.
Tho lntest styles In shirts and tins
nio to bo found nt lwaUnml's, Hotel
street. Tel. J.lfil White.
"Kuilt Piilns" now ones with Ice
cream. Delicious, nutritious, refi roll
ing, lit llensoil Smith & Co.'h Kool Knr
ner soda fountain, Tort uud Hotel.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
Robert Wilcox : 197-4
Prince David e .". 7SO
Parker's Plurality, 219.
Robert Wilcox. ..i
Parker's Plurality, 20o.
The result In the Fifth
the Representative ticket
somewhat difficult to determine owing
t omlstnkes made In some of the official
figures. It Is apparent, however, that
the Independents have carried the ma
jority of their Representative ticket in
Kaulukou and John. Lnne lead the
Republican ticket. Th etotals are as
W. MOSSMAN 991
JOHN LANE 722
E. JOHNSON 7H
HITCHCOCK , 710
The Kourtb Dlttrlct Is solidly Repub
lican, having In a largo measure fur
nished the majority for Parker and tho
Senators to overj;ompthojend galnel
Carry Four Out of the Six Sena
torsCecil Brown Leads the Ticket
Independents Get Two All Re
publicans for Mouse in Fourth In
dependents Probably Carry Fifth.
The Republicans elected four of their candidates for the Senate
on this Island In the Third Senatorial District; tho Independents
elect two and Die Democrats ar.) not In sight. Cecil llriiwu Ic.ids the,
ticket with Clarence Crublie second, and Arhl third. Knlauok.ilanl,
tho Independent leader follows fo.irth with Ccorge Carter llfth and
Kanuha the lndcieuaeut sixth. Pihla mid Wnterhouse, Republicans,
both ran ahead of J. O. Carter. Tho totals of the men elected uro as
Dmntv Cmlihh Ac.m. Kauuokaum, Cakiiu, G. Kavuhv
1st Prec. 203 101 179 . 142 185 131
2d. " 479 153 390 236 421 216
3d " 86 72 75 137 79 134
4th " 333 351 281 118 ' 306 105
6th ." , 138 149 139 jWL, 140 189
6th " V,'l09 110 77 27 91 24
7th " , V- 9 '4 34 9 18
Grand total 2175
200 on Oahu
vote for Delegate to
this Island is as fol-
? .. J980
by tho Independents In the Klfth.
Archie Ollfillan leads tho ticket with
Hoogs second and Robertson thin'..
All tho Republican candidates fur Rep
resentative arc elected. Jim Qulnn
made n good run, leading tho Indepen
dent ticket In this district. Following
are tho totals from tho official returns
KALAUOKLANI JR 903
RUSH ,.., .' f02
SPENCER ....'P., 340
Surprise Brings News of
NO REPORT AS YET
FROM WAILUKU WAY
This Republican Stronghold Will Sure
ly Turn Tide in Favor of Pros
perity Rumor of Trouble
The gasoline, schooner Hcllpso of
which Gcorgo Townsend Is master, ar
rived In port shortly after 12 noon to
day with the news of the election re
turns on Maul up to midnight lail
night. It was 'tho captttn'sMntcntlbn
to sail frornLahatnn' at nbout 'Vo
o'clock last Jilght but, liaileclded to ie-
main Jiotll 'niklnlght Inr order, to bring
Honolulu thjlnews. The '-bulletin Is
very irfuch Indebted to Captain Town
send for -the following election slim
tnary: For delegate to the 50th Congress;
-PRINCB-DAVID .....'... 193
Wnlluku, the Republican atrongholJ
nnd Iiual with 30 votes, yet to be.
For delegate to tho 57th Congress
PRINCE DAVID 210
Walluku, tho Republlcnn stronghold
and linal with 30 votes, yet to be.
Tho EcllpBC brings tho news that
there was n big row In Walluku during
yesterday. The delegate votes were
not received at Lahalna last night hut.!
to show that an election was held,' Un
votes for senators aud representative!
wero received." "
KAIUE , 622
Lanal Is tho only place yet to bo
heard from so far as thooto for sena
tors Is concerned.
As will be seen by the vote for sena
tors on Maul, Kalue and White, two
Independents, stand ngalnst Baldwin, it
Repuhllcan.'Only three senators nro al
lowed for Maul.
IIIIIIO (Ind.) 179
PALI ( Rep.) 177
'llKOKl.EY (Ind.) 161
IIONS (Rep.) 110
KAWAIHOA (Ind.) 130
KAUIMAKAOLH .,,. l"32
KAHAULELIO, D. K 130
AHULH , 127
KAHAULELIO, D. 11 9J
NAKILA ' 92
NUI '. 67
PAIA NAKI 60
This vote only shows tlm strength of
(Lahalu.L Ilonokobnu, Kaliulul an.l
Honoaulii. Tho following places nro
yet to bo heard from: Lunui, Walluku,
Miikawuo, Hamakuapoko, Klpahuh,
liana and Kcanne, Tho first six names
show four for tho Independents and
two foi tho Republicans.
Tho Lahalna people wcro expecting
to hear from Molokal last night but the
whnleboat that they looked for did not
IIBAD OP SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
New York, Oct. 20. The Evening
Post says: The selection of Charlis
M. Hays, General Manager of tho Grand
Trunk line, as President of tho South
ern Pacific, was confirmed today by the
highest Southern Pacific authority.
His appointment will bo ar.ted upon by
the Hoard nex,t week. Ho Is ulreaciy
unanimously agreed to.howcver. and
the directors consider that they, hat o
been fortunate lu securing the best
posblblo railroad man for tho presi
dency. Cubic to Manila.
Washington, Oct. 27. Word has beta
received at tho War Department that
the r.ililo ship Ilumsldo la at Port Said
on her way In Manila. Thlg vessel Wi
Now York on September 20 and carrloa
n full equipment of cable parapher
nalia In unmeet Manila with nil tho
Islands of the 1'hlllppllio Archipel.ig'j.
PlIHJH f) (Jn.NTH.
Kauai Solid for
The Mlkahala came In from Kauai
this morning having left that Island
shortly after 6 o'clock yesterday af
K.rnoon. The reports from all oer til?
Island at that time were all In favor
of Parker. It Is confidently asserted
that Parker will carry that Island by a
SAM. PARKER'S SPEECH
The returns of fho efectlon from Ha
waii, Maul, Molokal and Kauai are be
ing awaited with suppressed excite
ment by th.pcoplo of this Island be
cause, upoa1 these will depend the elec
tion of Hawaii's delegato to the 56th
and 57th National Congress.
Although It Is by no means certain,
the Noenu is likely to get In from Hit
makua tomorrow with a cargo of su
gar. If she does, she will bring the
news of how the. election went on the
Dig Island as sheijvlll Btnrt home to
Among tho steamers leaving for Ka
uai this afternoon will be the James
Makce and, It iio hurries and gpl
weather prcvalll'she wilt get luck. Fri
day morning with the news ot Oie elec
tion on (he Garden Jsle.
As the Noeau will stop at Lnhalnn or.
her way to Honolulu, Bhe will bring
the news of the election ori'Mnul nm!
TOTALS OF MALS0-ANSM
The totnls of'thclefeatcd Senatorial
candidates arc as follows;
S. PUA ..j..'.; 1850
E. C. ROWE '..-r. -.1450
R. N. IIOYI) 144C
J. O. CARTER .......137.-.
' Cool Pile on Fire.
A veritable 'volcano has broken out
op tho water front. The government
coal pile, corner of Allen and Alakca
streets, opposite the flshmarket. Is
emitting sulphurous smoke and gnrs
llko a cone In Kllauea. Tho entire rear
end of the Immense coal pile is on tiro
from spontaneous combustion, Snio'ie
wns first noticed yesterday afternoon
but the fire could nut bo located. Four
great holes have been dug In the top
of the coal pllo to a depth of 15 or 20
feet until It became too hot for tho
men nt work.
Early this morning Chief Hunt or
dered englno No. 5 to Nnval wharf No.
1 and a steady stream of sea water U
being pumped upon the smoking cn.il
pile. Chief Hunt says that It Is a
serious coal fire and difficult to handlo
becnUBo It cannot bo washed down as
was the case with tho flro In Wilder
Co'a coal pile last week. ' He fears that
It may take a week to extinguish tho
Kerr & Co. havo values lu men's and
boy's clothing that cannot be dupli
cated. They are making a specialty
just now of boy's tweed pants at 25
cents per pair.
"Hello! I didn't know you had any
rival for MIhs Darlington's fnvor."
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sites, all shapes. IL
P. WICHMAN. "
The Doctor's Advice
Is to keep your feet dry and
This Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
o will do o
;ii i'm r'feWsVikififc'"