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Till! IIVHNINO HULLIiriNi HONOLULU. II. I.. WIIDINHSIMY, MVIWlllHK 7, I0.
rubllOxil IHwjf ttoy fril Bun.lny.
at Jlo King turret, IImihIiiIii,
T. nf II.. by Hit
llUU.KTIN I'Ulll.trllllNO COMPANV.
WAfeUvuM . rAUiiistrros ,.i:.iior
OflANWjf U1HAN Oily IMIIn'r
HafrraTnTtlm l'nl omro it Itonn
lulu a wauiil claim matter.
IV r montli, anywhoru In U. 8. . .$ ."fi
re: year " ." x " .t0
1'er tr. iionlpald, foreign 13.00
raall Ininrlably In advance.
INwt Ofllce llox
wi:t)Si;si)AY .nuvi:miii:h 7, 1000.
Till! ULtiUTIO.N liUTUIt.8.
Election returns from thin Island
while- nut till tlic ltepuhlluitis riiuiil
hupo I(ir ko fur towards nnsurlnp the
election ol Samuel l'url.or to the Cfiln
nml uilh CotiKrcss and u working Ho
puullcnii majority In the Lcglslatiuc.
UiyliiK till party iirejuillio naldo Holitrt
Wilcox linn made n great flRht for tiio
position of delegate, as represented In
tho llnal figures. Ho has hroken lno
what ero considered Itcpubllcnu
ntroiiRholds. notnbly Wnlnlua, and un
less the other Inlands roll up Rood plu
ralities for Parker or D.nld makes
Bains from tho Independents, Wilcox
will win tho day. Tho returns from
Maul received today arc b no means
reassuring, that the l'aikcr lend will
be kept up In tho other Islands. Mi.ih
Is expected of Hawaii and Knual.
One ol tho most notable lessons of
the election Is proof of tho wisdom
of organizing tho political parties at
this first election on American lines.
HaiMt hen n light between the Wll-c-ox
crowd and tho "government
crowd," In other words nn election cai
rled on along tho lines ot old tlm
politics, the Wilcox party would un
doubtedly swept the Islands In hot'i
tho Congressional nnd Legislate
contests. Although Prince David nnd
tho Democrats mndo n surprisingly had
showing, the Indications nro that the
drew most heavily from tho ranks of
men who might naturally bo expected
to ntllllate with the Independents, jo
far as this Island Is concerned I'rlnre
David saved the day for Parker. The
Indication of tho Legislate e contest is
that had tho opponents of the lo'al
Hepubllcan administration been able to
combine their forces they would ham
swept this Island and possibly the Ter
ritory. The l.cgUlatho ticket on this islanl
Is by no means ono antagonistic to
the business progress of the Territory.
Tho alignment of tho voters has boon
mado purely on party lines and In this
respect will forestall chaotic conditions
that must of necessity prevail had tho
split ticket Idea prevailed.
London. Oct. 31. "Most Berlous
trouble." says tho Shanghai corr5s
pondent of the Dally Express, "Is brew
ing In tho Yang-tso region, whither the
Kmpress Dowager has sent eml-sarles
to ml so powerful armed bodies to ex
terminate converts nnd expel foreign
ers. She has appointed Yu Chuan, a
notorious antl-forelgn General, to ho
military governor of tho Yang-tso dis
trict." In the provlnco of Kwang Tung, ac
cording to tho Hongkong correspondent'
or the Daily Mall, the rebellion Is sub
'siding, owing to tho senrclty of unns,
The bhanglial corrVspondcnt of th?
Times, wiring jesterday bays: "I.I
Huns Char.g K.a wind to Cl-ans Chlh
Tung, tho Wu Chung Viceroy, Uisi in.
peace, negotlatlom aro batUfsctory, but
to other leading ofTlrlnls ho hau tele
graphed exactly tho le verse, bidding
them prepare for eicntualltles."
Tho Ofphcum had Its shale of tho
population last night, every scat ba
ling taken. Vaudeville seems to be tho
proper likening to the theater goo".
Tho farcical Irish sketch "A Pipe
Dream" Is a bright and well stngi.l
Bkit. U. II. Adams was well received,
having scleral encores nnd a call i'or
"The Plumber" tho song that was such
a favorite Saturday night.
Paolo do Gesca's electric musical act
was cut short by the burlng out of a
fuse In tho electric lights used by him.
Denting nnd Carroll's worx being of
the nitty sort kept tho audience in
laughter. Miss Carroll is a buck and
wing dancer with graceful steps. Ulr
dlo Ilrtghtllng fingered the banjo In u
neat way, putting forth sweet music.
The Dulclo Sisters could have sung
their entire repertoire had they been
disposed to do so, so great was the ap
plause for them.
Invading Cnpc Colony,
Pretoria, Oct. 31. Intelligence haa
reached hero that Commandant Gen
eral Ilotlm Is marching with a strong
forco to Invade Capo Colony near Kisn
liardt, where It Is said tho Irreconcil
able Doers aro ready to Join him,
"Money," Bald tho philosophic person,
"cltK'B not alnrayv brliiB bapiilnoss."
"No," mm w mil tbo nmttr-of-fatt
filend. "Hut the lack of It Invariably
brings discomfort." Washington Star.
JUIIGL: I-STEIi CLOSES
HOOK T0JW0 CHINESE
Decision Deals with Necessity for Strict
Enforcement of Law and
It's An'i'in Ciir-
.Indue M. M. tote this morning ren
dered a ilcilslim on the trillion nf
Wong I. In for n writ ot habeas corpus
to land bis two mini; In this Trrrltorv.
He denied the writ and remanded the
)uuii I'hlnamen to the custody of Col
lector I'. It. Htaekahle. It was claimed
by petitioner that Wong Chung and
totu; Kim Pa. his two sons, wero bom
In the Hawaiian Islands but went nwvy
with their mother on n visit to Cliltn.
Tho Judge states the law' na being (hot
the burden of proof Is upon tho peti
tioner In such n rase, nnd this petition
er failed to glc unequivocal answers to
questioning In court. Ilo proceeds to
state the reason for the Clilneto ex
clusion laws nnd makes tho following
"The fact that most of tile, capital
nnd tho larger part of tho labor of th -so
Islands nro engnged in tho production
of sugar enne has created a demand
for cheap labor, nnd the National ex
clusion acts whiro tl.ey may seem to bo
In conflict with the monetary Interests
of the Territory of Hawaii will yet l
of permanent advantage, to the people
of the Territory by encouraging Io'hI
nnd American labor. Thcso laws wire
Inspired by a regard for tho good of
tho American people as a whole, if
which the citizens of this Territory now
form a part. It therefore becomes no-
cessary for the United States comts in
scrutinize closely nny Illegal nttempt
to evade these exclusion acts upon the
part of Chinese laborers seeking to
enter the tenltory of tho United
Paul Neumann for petitioner; Dis
trict Attorney J. C. llalrd for the peo
ple. ROOSEVELT ItCCEPTION.
New York, Oct. 20. flovernor Hoo'je
velt's reception In Madison Squ.no
Garden tonight wnyt a fitting climax r
tho gicat patriotic campaign which he
has been carrying on, from tho city of
New York, across tho prairies of tho
Middle West, Into the sliver camps of
Colorado, down Into the borderland of
tho South, where tho freo ballot Is
still allowed, and back again up Into
tho rural districts of the Empire State.
It was such nn assembly of solid think
ing country nnd liberty loving people
ot this city as would do honor to nny
Rochester, N. Y Oct. 31, Gov.
Roosevelt Is feeling the strain of his
continued talking much moro today
than nt any tlmo slnco ho started the
stato tour. His chest Is sore nnd hla
olcc does not carry ns well as It dl.l.
Ills train left Rochester at 9f30 and,
making scleral stops. Is expected to get
to Iluffalo at 4 p. in.
Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 31. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Bryan arrived hero this morning from
Dunkirk, N. V. They were met nt tho
station by Mayor and Mrs. Jones. Mr.
Rryan was accorded a brief reception
nt the Mayor's residence. Mr. Hryan
spoke for an hour.
Warsaw, Ind Oct. 31. Senator Hail
na spoke nt an enthusiastic all-day Ke
publlca nrnlly held here today. Ho
spoke of tho business conditions under
Mr. Cleveland's last administration In
comparison lyltU thorn existing todiy.
Tho cr6wd, mostly farmers from sur
rounding counties, was estimated at
A Jury was being empaneled nt noon
lor the trial of Charles Downing for
minder In Hi esc -end degree by I'.UMuc
ci-rre Poal. L. M. Strauss Is his at
torney, and Deputy ALorney General
J. W, Cnthcart Is conducting the prose
cution. Judge Humphreys ordered a ben:h
warratn to bring II. Ilcrgerson, June
Into court at 2 o'clock, he having fail
ed to answer .when called this morn
ing. J, K. Ilroivn Is credited In a Wmlt
Ington despatch as predicting tho
election of Wilcox.
Russell was this morning nd
to practice In tho Federal
Colonel Frank Rhodes, who has just
returned to Englui.i from South A'
rlca, surfers from tho fact of being hi
brother's brother. Ho hat, not eomo
much within the public eyo except at
tho time of the Jvnojon mid. For par
ticipating in that ho was tried and sen
tenced to death, subfequently lie'ntr
let off with a fine of 25,000.
IMPORT OP CHAMPAGNE
Into tin United tromJanu.irv i t
in julvt. moo.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
Meet .V Chandun 18.413 "
Poinmer) iV Grcno 13,28 "
Hledslck d Co , I'ry Mono
pole 6,000 "
Louis Itnederer 4,418 "
All other brands 27 912 "
TOTAL I3J,I4 "
Cmrll4 Iron Uit Official Cuilom Houm Record,
UACFARLANE ftCa,"wD Solo agents.
Tho l.itMt CAULOAI) 1)1'
Pacific Hardware Co.
Several New Styles which have just been introduced in tc
The "SUCCESS" Square Oven Steel Range.
The "SUfcPRISB" Square Oven-Steel Range.
Manses (or the People at Popular Price. For Hard or Soft Coal cr Wood.
This contraction I pravlde J with perfectly squ
w hUli rrnden them very quick and perfe.t battel. lUve Self-mountlni: Cast
Iron Dmir, nnd th entire outside fh.bh I of Aluminium. Particular attent on
Is directed to the fact that the Inside of the blieet-Meel l jUo Aliimltilj'ed. which
protrcHthe welling quilitlej and prevent rmtlng out. DETACHABLE Hb
SKRVOIR, w hlch Ills .t'l sizes. The prices of the above are extremely low.
The "OAKLAND" Four Holes, for Wood Only.
The Best Designed and Hest Made Slovc for the rrlce ever.offtreJ. Heavy
Flrc-tack, Large Flre-'m, Largs Smooth Hearth, End shelf and Outside Oven-shelf.
The "SUPERB GARLAND" Square Oven Range
SIX HOLES, HOW SOFT COAL OK WOO:. Spiclous Pouch-feed,
Large BrolIlng-door, Heavy llos'on-rlng Cover. Ktra H-.ivv C-i't-lron Sectional
Linings, Lnre Ash-uan, RoJ Mounted on Outside. DUPLEX GKA I E, which
can be removed and replaced wlthjiit dMurblnc the remainder of the Fire-box.
lumlnlzed Oven-door, Oven-back and Oven Hack. Aerated Oven, admitting
Fresh, heated Air.
ALUMINUM Is mixed with the Iron from which all "GARLANDS"are made.
This mlxt re adJs strength, prevents blow-holes, and Is a benefit to Iron in every
way. For Sale at the
HOUSEHOLD DElMRT.MENT ol the
.Bethel Street PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
We Have the Sole Agency
For the Celebrated s8
And have constantly In stock of their manufacture
Farm Wagons, Etc.
All GoodH of Studebakcr
make are guaranteed reliable.
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE !
Beautifully situated maulca of the Government Walalae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICIiNT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waial.ie Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowinc stream from an eleva-
r1i6n of 1,200 feet.
:For further particulars, apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
s?ttI t ill if 4 -"...,. - 'yti ft
5 IH'J Syf
' " If you don't uaut whiskey to get the belt of you, you must' get
the best of uhiskey."
" 1 do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock &
squire SHRET-STEEL OVRNS,
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
S General Repairing.
Painting, Blnoksniithing, Trimming.
Plmotons, Buggies nnd Haoka Manufnctnrotl.
OfhCf Thnr. )
'Electrie CO., Ltd.
AUkti Striti, Mikil ot Mire ml Slrtti.
Piano and Reading Lamps,
Shades, Globes and
Sot Actntt for
The Westinghonsc Elec. & Mfg. Co.,
Dynamo, 3 (
Special DarRatn In New Fixtures.
Tllli HONOLULU TOBACCO CO., LTD., ?,( lane to
inform their friends and the public generally that they hair
moved into their new ttore corner of Hotel anil Fort Streetv
where, they will he pleased to receive a continuance of firmer
patronage. None but high grade goods kept in stoct. Bor
goods a specialty.
Catton, JNeill & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Companj
o ckoooocooooooccc oooooooc oov
18 J0HANN1S WATER
from the Springs of Zollhans, Germany, cures most all nils. Is pkavuit tp
take, Is purr and sparkling, does not loostltsstrenRth bv be ng boltleJ. No''
home should be without a case of lotinnnl Water.
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BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
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Rtlltttt Witchmen furrlvhfil tor tturtt nJ rro?erty,
tat corldcntUI orlc ul all mm :;
Offlcn Room 4 Model eiac"?
General Merchandise, Diy Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
IP. O. IBcsj:
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Laborers Supplies, Carved Stone constantly i
hand, ready to rupply. T. HAYASH1, Ml
A'ttiry Street, near Liliha (Ewa side), Honolulu, T of II,
r, a. Box aia
JAPANESE PROVISIONS d
fioo Rkrktania Rtrkrt
XCe Delivered Free
To uny port o! the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & HARKHAM,
Iei.,3151 Hlue. P.O. Box Coo.
alcc will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
HmI I Ithl kiiO'th
In tclfixe ai'd Hit
ARCH LIGHTS for Indoor and .Out
Installed on short notice for Laun littles Ltiatis or llallf.
Lights Rented by Month.
1500 or flOO Candle Power.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO!,' "
C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager.
Bt CHjr rtlncnco lunlitul. IxmUr
p. i. mix j4.
P. O. Box
1SL Jk. JST O
AND DlALH ID ,
Oppomitk OnKFw'w IloFrrt
Put in one of our
A large shipment of Fan direct ir
altematlnjc current for u on ellher
c!ek or celline.
CALLAND SEE THEM.
Oceanic Gas and
Blectrlc Co., Ltd.
Office: 46 Merohant St.