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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1001.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealnndla Jan. 23
Sonoma Jan. 29
Mariposa Feb. 9
Sierra Feb. 19
Zealandla Men. 2
Ventura Mch 12
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents ire pro
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
STork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Go., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental aid Oriental Steamship Co. 0 Toyo Kisen Kalsba
, !ttinrit tbi atovicovpiom will cill it Honolulu q3 laivt tbti poH co or tfcoat tt
.. .(Uttt ttlowBtotlortlitn.
For Janan and China: For San Francisco:
Honekcne Mini January )i I
China terruary s iirpon Mi'U .. . . r tertiary
Doric Ftttuiry 16 1 Mj.lt Janeiro .... rttruiryti
Nippon Maru .... E-ctruary 96 Coptic . ..Ftbrunry 19
H10 dtJintlro. . March 6 Airrrlca Maru March 1
Coptic ...... . . March ul Clt oll'tklnir March 8
for ctntrtl totorat'lon py o
H. Hackfeld & Go., Ltd., Agents.
arSUnrt of tht tbovt lint, runnlac la coooictlon ttb tbt CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO
two Vaeeouvir, B C . and Sylnay. N. S W . nl calling at Victoria, C. C, Honolulu ani Brtataoi
"UK AT HONOLULU onor about tin dati rtlowtU.i1 via 1
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B C,
Urlibant an! bylntyi
M lower a Jan 10
Aorana-I Feb. 16
Warrlmoo ,. Mar 16
. Junt 8
aWTbrouth tickets luutd from Honolulu o Canada, UoltaJ Statta and Earopa
rattaca ana an (totrai in formation, appijr 10
Theo. H. Davlee &Co Ltd., Genl Agents.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST
S. S. Hawaiian will be dispatched from New York on or before
January. 1 ; for San Frnnciso, en route to Honolulu
To be followed by S. S. Orejjonlun. March loading.
Freight received nt company's wlwrf, 42d Street, South Brooklyn,
at all times. For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wiider's Steamship Company
FOH ISLAND PORTS.
WhenYouWaqt b Iiq
RING DP THK.
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.M8 FORT 8TRKK'
BUble 'Phone, 477
Hack 1Und 'Phone., S1U ana 7
O. H BEUJUa
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
IST Dump Carts furnished by the daj
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat's onue.
Drays Tor Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Omt nd we cheel
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
White and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King
street. 1 ei. 00.
W. LARSEN, Vfi.
Tb Rquuabu ufi amiu
(II th Unittrt tiiei i.
OrTTiv Vit-'itiHti' Htm
CriTOfOiN 10(1 WIm'
o t mid Wnmiii
Air. rt.i n i Cue. 1
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Zealandla .... Jan. 31
Sierra Jan. 2'l
Mariposa Feb 13
Alameda Feb. IS
Zealandla Mch. C
Sonoma Mch. 12
Doric January t6
I I V
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria and Vaocouvtr (D. C ).
Warrlmoo . Feb. ij
Mlutra . . Mar. ij
AoranRl . April to
Wairlmo3 May 8
M low era June 5
For Fraltbt and
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
Ing and Library Cars, with Btrber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. VV. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
b. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A.,
147 Omaha, Nebraska.
J. R. & L. Co.
Prom nnd After January 1, 18W
1TAT1UN uuiy Dally
lOotwaidl . Sua ..all, ,1.3m. Daily Dally
AM AM AJt 9M. P.M.
loaoiuib f i, 911 si os SIS S
aail Cll, i g, g ,1 ii 40 s 41 S 1
evaMIII u .oof ii oe 4 os I io
tfalanat to so 4 4S ....
tfllllUi ,ss ., )40 .
abuai ii ji .... Ans ....
Moxitdl ,i Sua Dally Dally Dally
AM AM. P.M. PM.
lanuau ti .... lot
alaiua 6 10 ... so
ffatana, ,;io ,,,, til
ia Mll ,50 , j no 4
am Qt. o) mo 4 si
looolulv 5 vj I)) os lit
f ( ,, ni min'l Pi. A Tickot
i ' . ,irlnlnni1nt.
Viol n - Studio
Room 4 love Building.
Mrs. nnis Montague Turner,
Vocm Ntudlu, " Mlfinon "
720 Uete'diila street; Tel. 1114.
iv K vAI,
-.1, Mandolin, Zlth"
inil Taro Patch.
1 '..rv i-nra of Wall, Nlcliol
-mitt) MnaJoOo.'a 13"
Vi:sS;i:i.3 TO ARRIVE AT IIONOI.l
I.l AND HAWAIIAN POUTS.
(Tl.ls Hit (lorn not Inclmlo coasters )
Alex McXnll, Am hk Ekrcn, New
cnntle. J. J. Moore & Co
Aitdcrjac, Nor. up., Johanscn, New
castle; Illiul, ltolpli & Co.
Adilonila, Am. bkt., Perry, Newcas
tle; It. I). HoRtie.
llpiimore, Nor. bk., Johnson; Nen
tle. Unttlc'Cbley, Br. bk., McQhle, Ncw
rantle; J. J. Moore & Co.
IIIk Uonnnza, Am. bk Hergman,
Newcastle; J, J. Moore & Co.
D. V. Cheney, Am. bk., Johnson, Ta
coma.. Churchill, Am schr Trcaor, New
castle; It. H. Hogue.
City of Adelaide, llr. bk., Orcenwood,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Chas T. Crocker, Am. bkt., Dewar,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Courtney Ford, Am. brig, Murchlson;
Charmer, Am. sp., Dals; Tacoma.
Challenger, Am. sp , Gould, Tacoma.
Drummulr, llr. sp.., Armstrong; New
castle Drumburton, Dr. bk., Thomas, New
castle. Kncore, Am. bkt., Plmgrcn, Newcas
tle; K. . Hogue.
Kin ell, Am. sp.., Kills, Newcastle;
.1. J. Moore & Co.
Kmtly Heed, Am. sp , linker, Newcas
tle; J. J. Mootc & Co.
Tooling Suey, Am. bk., Wlllett, Ntw
York; Chas. Ilrcwer & Co.
rnntasl, Am. bk Anderson; Newcas
tle; .1. J. Moore & Co.
Henry Tailing, Am. sp , Mathcwi;.
Honolulu, Am schr . Stokkebye,
Newcastle; J. J. Moore & Co.
II? ds Drown. Am. blc, Paulsen,
Newcastle; It. 11. Hogue.
Hctper, Am. bk., Sodcigren, Newcas
tle; J. J Moore . Co
Highlands, llr. bk , Smith, Nowcni
tle. Hind, Itolph & Co.
illmalnn. Am. b., Williams, Newcas
tle, J J. Mooro & Co.
Henry Vlllard, Am. sp., Quick, Sa
vjnnnli; W. II, Grace & Co.
Highland Light, Am. bk., McCluit;
liua, Am. schr , Rasmusscn, Newcas
tle, .1 J. Moore & Co.
Jr.2. Dritmmond, Am. sp.. Skewer
Newcastle; Hind, Ilolph & Co.
J. II. Ilrucc, Am. schr., Peterson;
Newcastle; Hind, Rolph & Co.
Jus Rolph, Am. schr.. Dedrlck, NI
t'alo Ports; W. R. Grace & Co.
Lman D. Foster, Am. schr., Klllmun,
Newcastle; R. II. Hogue.
Louisiana, Am. sp., Halcrow, New
casiiM: J. J. Moore & Co.
Li ttlc Ilennett, Am. schr., Rasmus
Lurllne, Am. bg, Schaube. S ,F.
Mary A. Troop, llr. blc, Wally.
M. P. Grace, Am. sp.. Grant, New
castle. R. II. Hogue.
Muriel, Am. schr., Cnrlsen, Newcas
tle1 J. J. Moore & Co.
Manila. Am. bchr., Knudson, New
castle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Mnry Dodge, Am. schr., Olsen, What
com. M. Wlkclman, Am. bkt., Rennecho,
Xuuaiiu, Am. bk , Josscl) n, New
Yo'k; Clus. IJrewcr & Co.
Ncwsbo), Am. bkt., Chlppcrflcld,
Nc a castle; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Omega, Am. bkt., Mackle, Newcastle;
It. 1). Hogue
l'almjra, Am. bk., Keller; Newcus
tie; J. J. Moore & Co.
Passepartout, Nor. sp., Ncllscn, S)d
ney Henry Lund &. Co.
Philippine, Am. schr., Larseu;
Paul Isenherg, Ger. bk., Ott, Ilremcn.
Queen, Am. schr., Predrlckson, Port
Reporter, Am. schr., Dahloft; Gray's
Snow & Durgess, Am. bk Olsen;
Newcastle; Hind, Itolph & Co.
Seminole, Am. bk., Taj lor, Newcas
tle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Sonoma, Am. bk., Stursland, New
castle; J. J, Mooro & Co.
Star of Bengal, Am. bk., Henderson;
Newcastlo; J. J. Mooro & Co.
Serena Tha)er, Am. schr., Mc Vicar;
Santa Ana, Am, Bchr.., Strand; Se
attle Tellus, Ger. bk., Nielsen, Hamburg,
Mfer, Wilson & Co.
Transit, Am. Bchr., Jorgcnscn, Now
caFtle; Ilalfour, Guthrie & Co.
Two Brothers, Am. sp ,. Wilson; Ta
coma. W. F. Wltiemann, Am. schr., Butes
hop; Gray's Harbor.
'Vat husett. Am, sp., Lambcrth, Now
eastlo; R. II. Hague.
Win. II. Smith, Am. sp., Colly, New
castle; J. J. Moore & Co.
Vega, Am. schr., Cook, Port Blako
ley.. VKSSCLS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois. Pond, Midway Island.
Warren. I' S, A. T., Trailer, 21 dajs
(This list does not includo coasters.)
Bk. Kalulanl, from San Tranclsco.
Prlnco Albeit, llr. bk., Cuppdon, New
castle, R. P. Rlthet, Am, bk., McPhall. finm
San Tranclsco. t
Roddick Dim, Am, bk., Johnson nt
Hllo from San Tranclsco.
Amy Turner, Am blc, Wnrland, nt Hllo
fiom Snn Tranciseo.
Attn, Chilean blc, Thronagle, from
John D. Tallant, Am. schr., Uoffland, at
Kahulul. from Chill.
Skagit. Am. bktn., , at Hllo,
from tho Sound.
Tlorence, Am. sp , Ryder, from Taco
8 0 Wilder, Am. bktn . Jackson. 18
das from San Francisco
Aldcn llcsao. Am bk Potter, 20 dajs
from San Trnnclsio
Kdnnrd Mny. Am. bk . Hansen. 33 il.ni
from Snn Tranclsco
Jane L Stnnford, Am bktn.. Mallei-
tend. 4D dns from Newcastle.
Helene. Am. schr., Christiansen. 20
dajs from San Trnnclsco.
Chehalls, Am. bktn.. Slmonson, from
Kcho, Am bktn . Bellcson SI dajs fro-n
Kmlly T Whitney. Am. sp . llrlgman,
1C da) s from Sin Tranclsco.
Mary K. Toster. Am, schr., Thompson,
24 das from Port Blakeley.
Santiago. Am bk., Ingnlls. nt Kahulul,
19 dajs from Snn Trnnclsco.
Martha Dnls, Am, bk.. McAlmnn. nt
Kahulul. 1G da) s from S. F.
H. C. Wright. Am. schr.. Nllson. nt Ka
hulul 23 ilnn from S, F,
Ilonolpu, Am. schr., Olson, nt Kahulul
B" days from Newcastle.
Quickstep. Am. bktn.. Grnner, it Ka
hulul. from Port Gamble.
A. M. Baxter. Am. schr., Pearson, 11
dajs from Seattle.
John Smith. Am. bktn., Anderson, 21
dnjs from Port Blnkelej-.
Cnrrollton, Am. bk.. Jones, 21 dnjii
Gerald C Tobcj-, Am. bk Goo;37 duja
from Oj-ster Hnrbor.
Mohican. Am. bk.. Kclley; 18 days from
Cojlon, Am. bk., Wilier, 31 dajs from
Port Gamble; lumber for Allen &
Itolnnd. Ger. sp.. Mejcrs, 02 dajs from
Newcastle; coal for Allan & Robin
son, Falls of Gnrrj-, Br. sp , Broailfoot. 13
dajs from Newrastle; coal for U. S.
Kllkltat. Am. bk.. Cutler, 21 dajii from
Tort Gamble; lumber for Wilder &
Robt. R. Hind, Am. schr.. Helllngsen.
nt Kahulul. 28 dajs from Pott Gam
Compeer. American schooner. Lnrscn,
nt Knhiiliil, 4" tlnjB from Port Town
Stnnlcj-. Am. schr., Schmnlr. nt Knhu-
lul. IS dajs from San Tranclsco.
Twilight. Am. schr., Cuesten, sailed
Saturdaj-, Jan. 19 for S. T. Returned
Mondnj. Jnn. 21, leaking.
S. N. Castle. Am. bktn, Nllson; 1GV4
dajs from S. T.i W. G. Irwin & Co.
Harriet O.. brgtn.. Wnjland; 23 ilnj-s
from S. Ft la Kallua; II. Hackfeld
& Co. agents.
Albion, stmr.. Krlckson; 13 dajs from
S. P.; Honolulu Market Co, Ltd.
Albert, Am. bk Grimth. 15V4 dajs from
S. F.; II. Hnckfcld & Co. ngents.
John S. Kimball, stmr.. Thwlng, 11
dajs from Seattle; Alexander &
VKSSKLS ON THK BKRTII TOR
Stmr. Cnllfornlan. 4597 tons, Mor
rlslon, In American-Hawaiian line, pasi
and mdse, S. T. for Honolulu.
Am, bktn. Becncln, G53 tons. Bowles,
pass and mdse; 8. T. for Honolulu, T.
A. Schnefer & Co.
Am. schr. Aloha, 742 tons, Trj pasj
and mdse, S. T. for Honolulu; HackMd
. Co. agents.
Am. bk. C. D Ilrjnnt, 823 tons, Collj-,
pass nnd mdse; S. T for Honolulu;
Hnckfcld & Co. ngents.
Am. sp. Geo. Curtis. 1CS0 tons, Cnl
houn; pass nnd mdso S. T. for Honolulu
In Planters' Line.
Am bktn. W. H. Dlmond, 37G tons,
Hanson, pass nnd mdse; S. F. for Ho
nolulu; 0. S. S. Co.'s line.
Am. schr. Bertlo Minor, 230 tona. Eu
reka to Honolulu, lumber.
Am. sp. Columbln. 1327 tons, Tacoma
to Honolulu; con).
Am. schr. Otttllle Fjord, 247 tons. Eu
reka to Kahulul; lumber.
Am. schr. John O. North, 320 tona.
pass and mdso to Honolulu; Hind,
Rolph & Co.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Office of the U, S. Lighthouse Inspector,
Twelfth District. San Trnnclsco.
Cal Dec. 21, 1900.
San Tranclsco Entrance, California
Notlco Is hereby given that tho mum
moth nun buoy, painted red, numbcrcJ
2. marking Fort Point Ledge, Sail
Francisco Entrance, California, has
gono adrift. It will bo replaced at tho
earliest dato practicable.
This Notlco affects tho LtBt of Bea
cons and Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1900,
pa go 19.
By order of tho Lighthouse Board,
Commander, U, S. N
Inspector 12th L. II, District.
LATEST FREIOHTS AND CHAR
TERS. Am. bk. C. D. Ilrjnnt, for Hawaiian
ports, 823 tons, Colly, pass nnd mdso
from Snn Tranclsco to Honolulu, In
Hawaiian line, by Williams, Dlmnpd
Am. bktn. Planter, 49S tons, McNeil,
pass and mdso from S. IV to Honolulu,
In Hawaiian lino; Williams, Dimoml
Am schr Chas. E Talk, 215 tons,
lumber from Graj's Harbor to Honolu
lu Am schr Rosamond, 985 tons, Ward,
pass and mdso fiom S, T. to Ilonolula
In Hawaiian line.
SAILED PROM SAN TRANCISCO.
Am hk Diamond Head, Peterson, for
Honolulu; pass and mdse, Jnn, 10,
Am bg W, O. Irwin, Oencraut, pae3
and mdso for Honolulu, Jnn, 10.
Am schr Emma Claudlna, Mlkelson.
pass and mdso for Mahukona, Jan, 10.
Am sp Tails of Clyde, Matson, pass
and mdse for Hllo, Jan, 10.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TESTS
ITS NEW NATAL LAW
Educational Qualification Aimed Di
rectly at Asiatic Immigrants
Must be Able to Write
Victoria, 11. a, Jan. 9. R. M. S.
Empress of Japan, which was In
jured In collision with the bark Abbey
Palmer on her last trip out, michtd
Victoria from the Orient this morn
ing The nrrhnl of tho Japan witnessed
tho first test of the Nat il net
omccr Ellis was on hand with an In
terpreter to enforce provisions n' re
cent legislation whereby nil thoso un
nble to read certnln forms In English
are not permitted to land In the prov
ince. Tort j -two Chinamen landed at
Victoria. howcer. Thero were no Ja
panese. Omccr Ellis states that h wi.l
arrest one out of tho fort-twu China
men who disembarked hero, ind Deck
to have tho case teste' lu court.
Authorities seem miceitnli. as jet
whether or not to enforco the la
against Chinamen who are nlrradv
subjected to head tax by dominion gov
ernment, nnd hence ennnot Ip the opin
ion of many be excluded under pro In
clnl act. Hend tnx on theso Chinese
was tnken and they wero allowed to
In connection with the above dis
patch, It may be mentioned Hint thero
nppcnrs to he n ill entity of opinion
concerning the right of the provincial
government to apply the educational
test to tho Chinese. The educntlonnl
provision In the provincial act reads as
"Section 3 The Immigration Into
British Columbia of any person who,
when nsked to do un by tho oflker np
polntcil under this net, shall fall him
self to write out and sign. In the char
acter of some language of Europe, an
Application to the provincial secretary
of tho provlnco of British Columbln,
to the effect of the form set out In scho
dulo "II'' to this act annexed, shall be
unlawful. Thero are severe penalties
attached to tho evasion of tho act.
This section of the net Is plain
enough but thero Is a saving clause,
which entirely niters the situation. It Is
provided In clauso (f), section 2, that
among others this act shall not npplj
to "Any persons tho terms of whoro
cntr Into Canada hnvo bcn flx"d, or
whose exclusion from Canada has been
ordered liy un act of tho parl'anieut of
It would appear from tho foregoing
clnuso that In bo far as the Chinese are
concerned, tho provincial government
has no right to apply the educational
test as per the provisions of section 3,
owing to tho head ,i'"e pi mil on Chi
nese by tho Dominion g-x trnment 1 ho
piovliutnl officer of Immigration heir.
Mr. Angus McAllister, so Interprets
the ait hut still thero are some i'1'fcr
enccs of opinion.
BATCH OF TRUSTEESHIPS
Cecil Brown's anuual account ns
trustco under tho will of Godfrey
Rhodes balances at 1272G. The ex
penses wero $1088. Of this amount
12G5 35 was Incidentally caused by
plnguo fires nnd, with whatever otlur
sum may bo needed to repair damago
from that cause, the trustco expects the
Government to refund. The balance
of tho income, 11G39.99, has been paid
to Mrs. Nancy Rhodes, according to tho
In his account as trustco of tho es
tato of Kalelpua Kanoa, deceased, Co
ell Brown reports gross Incoma of
(3078 85, nnd total expenses $744 GO. No
money Is held by tho trustees, all of thu
net Incomo going to tho devisees un
der tho will
Tho report of Cecil Brown, trustco
of tho estato of S. Roth, deceased, ex
hibits gross Incomo for 18 months of
$15,103.35, and expenses Including trus
tee's fees, $2431.94, Mrs. Margaret Roth,
widow, Is entitled to tho net Income for
tho torm of her natural llfo, nnd bus
been paid $13,070 01 Blncc Juno 17, 1899.
An Inventory of tho estate of W. II,
Cummlngs, deceased, filed by Cecil
Brown, administrator, shows personal
ty, consisting of Japanese, goods In tho
hands of Jus. F. Morgan, valued at
$8874.71, and real cstnto nt $8550.
GRANT FOR MANILA.
The United States transport Grant
nrrlvcd In port Thursday morning from
San Tranclsco nnd by 8 o'clock hail
mado fast at the Pacific Moll vvlnrf.
She Is In command of Captain Brugul
cro who hns filled that position ovei
since tho Grant arrived In San Tran
clsco from Manila.
'I ho Grant has on board 100 casual
soldiers 78 cabin passingers nnd nbout
4500 tons of commissary supplies for
Manila, besides seven recruits for the
artillery t this port and nlno cabin
passengers who nro attached to tlm
On board aro tho officers and attaches
of tho Philippine, Commission which
form a largo part of the cabin passen
gers, besides this, alio thu government
Inspectors of Btenm vessels, who will
remain hero for some time.
Tho Grant took on over BOO tona
of coal, and got awuy ut 12 o'clock noon
The Evening Bulletin, 76 cent per
II 1111 WAN
BELL COMPANY PAYS
i $500,000 FOR INVENTION
Possible to Telephone from New York
to London Series of Induction
Coils Overcomes Resistance
-New Cables Needed.
New York, Jan. 15. Tho Herald
According to the statsmenl.i of Prof.
Mi.hael Pupln, adjunct profcrsnr of
mechanics In Columbia University, tho
American Bell Tclcphono nnd Tele
graph Company has paid him, Instead
of $200,000 ns originally stated, marlr
$500 000 for his recent Invention of a
Bjstom by which ocean telephony Is
mado possible This Is In addition to
the annual rojalty of $15 000 a joar
during the life of the patents
"The Bell Company has tested th
Invention for six months." he said,
"nnd express themselves ns perfectly
sntlsflcd with It The question of ocean
telephony Is solved from n sclentlfl;
standpoint nnd there now remains only
tho commercial iiuestlon.
"Thero Is no doubt that as booh as
tho financial part of the matter Is set
tled It will bo perfectly possible to
telephone to San Tranclsco nnd London
nnd to send cable messages to Europe
at far less cost than at present.
"Ilrleflj-," the professor added, "tho
question had been to overcome resist
ance In tho present ocean cables tho
current Ins so many obstnclcs to bat
tle with thai It Is comparatively slow
In traveling nnd becomes very weak bo
fore It reaches Its destination, 3000
Prof. Pupln. nfter long experiments,
finally discovered that the Insertion of
eight Induction colls to every mile of
wlro would overcome this resistance,
and messages could be sent over tho
cnblo nt n much faster rate.
By this means every time the cur
rent begins to slacken Its strength It
will meet ono of the colls which will
glvo It renewed Impetus till It reaches
the next coll, nnd so on. It Is practi
cally n relay method of supplying
strength. Tho new Bjstem will require
now cables, which will Involve an
It Is this fenturo alono which Is re
tarding tho work nt present. The ca
bles will require no grcnter strength
In electricity nnd no different trans
mitters from thoso used now.
Ills Invention, when applied to land
wires, ho explained, will enable mess
ages to bo sent much further without
relnjlng than at present and will make
conversation between New York nnd
Snn Tranclsco possible.
Chicago, Jan 3. William J. Biy-
na was the guest of honor nt tho an
imal banquet of thu Chicago Brjnn
League, which wus Held tonight nt tnc
Sherman house. It had been planned
bj tho locnl Democrats that n recep
tion to Mr. Urjau should bo maie
part of tho doj's proceedings, but late
In tho afternoon a telegram wus re
ceived from him sajlng that it would
ho Impossiblu for him to reach the
city until late In tho evening, nnd the
reception was therefore nonndoned.
Mr. Brjnn did not nrrivo until to
night and was driven direct from the
station to tho banquet hall, vvhero bcv
eral hundred members of tho league
and their friends awaiting his arrival
greeted him In enthusiastic f union.
Major Harrison acted as toastmnst
cr. Mayor Rose, of Milwaukee; Sam
uel Alschulor, Into Democratic inndl
dato for governor of Illinois .and
Judge Edward F. Dunne, of Chicago,
spoke. It was nfter midnight when
Mr. Ilrjun, who hud tho last pinto up
on tho program, rose .o mnko his ad
dress. Ho said:
"This Is tho tlfth consecutive Jntk
boii day banquet which I hnvo celo
brated with this club, and I npyreclnto
tno honor which thu members have
done In giving my namu to the rluk
and am grateful for tho support they
novo given to my candidacy In two
campaigns. I take this opportunity,
howovcr, to express the hope tht
this club and others which have
borno my namo will substltuto for ray
namo tho name of some Democratic
saint, or a namo descriptive of prin
ciple rather than of men,
"I am now a private citizen, with
excellent prospects of remaining such.
I Intend to continue actively In the
discussion of public questions and do
not deslro to bo embarrassed by being
plnced In tho attltmlo of a candidate
for any otllco
"In (electing Journalism as tho best
field for usefulness, I nm aw am that
I am placing mjsclf In tho position
whero I rnn glvo more nld to others
than to mjself, but the Held Is chosen
dcllbcrntelj because I nm moru In
terested In the promulgation of Demo
cratic prlnrlph h than I nm In enjoy
Iny nny honois which mj countrjmen
"The Democratic party was never
in bitter fighting condition than It Is
todnj, nnd I lejolco that In tho couise
of nnture 1 hnvo mnny jenrs In which
to pnrtli Ipato in thu unending strug
gle between hiimnn rights nnd the
usurpations of greed Our parti
htnnds for well defined nnd posltlie
policies, and Is prepared to vvngo r
nggresslvo wnrfnro against tho pluto
cratic tendencies of tho evils ngnlnst
which Jefferson contended n century
ngo and against which Jackson fought
thlrtj-soven jenrs late-.
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