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V X HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, Fill DAT. 8EPTKMUKK 27 IflOl
Vol. XI. No. 103.
Pkiok 5 Oknta.
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1 El DOWN
Treasury Ruling Makes
Breach in the
ONLY PERJURY NEEDED
TO GRAIN ADMISSION
'Thousands of Laborers are Flecking
to the Borders and
San Francisco, Sept. 1!. t'nder a re
cent ruling of the Treasury Depart
ment., rt brench hns been ninde In tho
wall of Chinese exclusion, nnd hun
dreds or Chinese hovering on tho bor
ders of the country have already tnken
advantage of tho opportunity to enter.
Thnt perjury nnd fiuliordlna..on of per
jury are necessary to necompllsh this
end' does not deter them In the least.
The Chinese are assisted In getting In
to the country by .white lawyers nnd
middlemen, who has as llnle scruple!
.ihout law-breaking as tno unineso
themselves. The new loopholo Is 11
ruling to the fffect that the wife or
minor child of n Chinese merchant re
siding In this country may enter with
out n certificate, providing they prove
to tin- satisfaction of the authorities
that they nre related to tne resident
menhnnt as alleged.
This ruling Is an amplification of the
decision of the Cnlteil Stntes Supreme
Court, rendered some mouths ago.
which de-clnrcd that the wife and minor
children of n merchant were entitled
to enter without certificate Tho Dc-
pui'ment held to the theory that there
win no Intention on tne part of tho
Court to pprmlt the entry of full grown,
men capable of becoming laborers, nnd
thus defeating the exclusion act. Ho
the order up to the recent ruling has
been that only children of tender yenrs
were entitled to enter wltnout ccrtlfl
Some weeks ligo Collector Strntton
detained Yen (let. 11 young man who
claimed the right to enter the country
without a. certificate, ns the minor son
of ii merchant. Yeo Oct came mi tho
steamer l'eklng. He Is well able .0
l-rfnrm manual labor. On that ground
he was detained until a ruling could
be obtained from the Treasury De
partment. Assistant Secretary Taylor
referred tho matter to the acting soli
citor of the Treasury, who returned
the opinion that Yee (let, being a min
or nnd the son of a merchant, should be
permitted to laud. The opinion of the
acting solicitor says:
The question whether tho minor Is or
Is r.ot likely to become a lalioier makes
no figure In the case. TIio decision Is
band upon the substantial unity of
husband, wife nnd child In the content
Illation of the exclusion laws, nnd not
upon tho Inability of nn Infant of ten
der years to perform manual labor.
The courts having made no distinction
between such infants and those who
have nearly reached their majority, I
do not think that tho department
should do so. nnd I therefore recom
mend that tho appeal he sustained.
Asslstnnt Secretary Alles according
ly directed Collector Strattou to land
Yee Get. The bars nre therefore down
.end 'the yellow men mo already begin
ning to flock In, every one of them on
the sworn statement that ho is flic son
of n merchant.
The eutry of n lurgu number of Chi
nese without certificates will tend to
demoralize tho whole tystem of ex
elusion, ns oftlclnls' will bo powerlen'
to deport rainy Chlncso persons who
nre without certificates), so long its they
lalm to have entered as Iho wives or
children of merchants. Thus a waj
will ho open for tho continued rcsl
, dencn here of many who .iuve tl.iudcs-
Hnely entered the country from .Mexico
cr British Columbia.
So far ns known hero, the Tieasury
Department Is poweiless to change
The' Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
His two bedrooms and all modern In
provements; $43 a month.
Also large residence on the Waiklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
this ruling, based as It 13 upun n deci
sion of tho t'n I ted States Supreme
Court. The only icmnly Is In n pro
vision In Hi" now exclusion law which
It Is expected Congress will pass.
Information comes from the North
that liiinilrcclH, If not thousands, of
oung Chinese, of the class usually
coming to this country from IS to 30
years of age are in nrltlsh Columbia
nnd making their wny across ns fast
ns possible under the new ruling. In
the question of nge, unless the appli
cant In clearly an old man. the burden
of proof in upon the Inspecting officials,
mill they cannot solve the aire problem
of n Chinese. As soon ns entered, tho
man Is free to go to work as 11 laborer.
In the Intervening munths the only
harrier will be the honesty nnd vlgl
lance of tb clmmlgrallon Inspectors,
against whom will he combined the
powerful Influences of tho steamship
companies, the JjstuteueKs of unscrupu
lous lawyers, nnd the ciookedness of
the Chtnckp themselves.
WHAT POLICE JUDGE
SAYS OF McCANDLESS
Statement Made That There are From
250 to 300 PortoRicans in
City Armed With
Judge Wilcox was seen this morn
ing about the communication by J, A.
McCandless iu tho Advertiser this
morning with icference to n remark
made by the former In the Police Couit
esterdny. Judge Wllcot said:
A Porto lllran annealed before mehinve nlso been aided In reaching tho
In the Police Court 011 ibe ehnrge of
1 mudc tho remark that Mr.
McCandless had better b sent for as
he sad stated to me that there were
between 210 aud 300 Porto Ulcans in
the city who weie armed with knives.
I said fuitbrr that tho Porto Hlcau
might be 0110 of tho men he meant.
"The remark 1 mndo In the Police
Court contained Just exactly what Mr.
Candless dirt say. Moreover, when 1
acked that gentleman particularly It
ho knew of his own knowledge that
there wero between 2."0 and 300 Porto
means in the city offensively armed
with kulves, he re-nlkd In the orOrma-
ttve. I notice In his very childish com-
munlcatlou in the Adveitlser this
morning that he studiously avoids tell
Ing this purt of the story since, per
haps, he might be laughed at by tbo
public for being u calamity crier.
"Mr. McCandless has spoken to me
several times of lute; about vagrancy
In the city nnd he hns staled that tbo
District Court Is not properly conduct
ed. To his way of thinking, any man
aricsted mi tho chnrgn of vagrancy
should be thrown Into Jail for six
months 'on general principle!."
"I replied that this 'general princi
ples' business In which ho and some
others had been Interested, was Just
what hac got the government Into
trouble and I suppose this mudo him
vc ry angry.
"Air. McCandless further stated that
the head of the police had tout him that
the prosecuting otllcer was very much
discouraged because I was In the habit
of letting vagrants go. I took particu
lar pains to ask Mr. Chllllngworth It
this was n fact and he replied most em
phatically In tho negative-. Mr. Mc
Candless has got himself Into trouble
for crying calamity and now seeks
through communications to get thn
public to take his side. I said nothing
In the Police Court yesterday thnt I
will notistand by as tho truth, Mr. Mc
Candless or anyono clso to tho con
"1 told Mr. McCandless I could not
send u man to Jail unless he was found
guilty and he repeated his 'general
The police reporter of the nulletlu
knows Judge Wilcox has always given
vagrants, found guilty of vagrancy,' a
good stiff term on tho tccf In va
where it has been possible, men charg
ed with vngranc) have been shlpp'.'l
out of the country which the public
Will undoubtedly nvee. is :he very best
T.ny to do, since It rids 'he clt;. of
their pnvence. Vagrants scut to Jail j
come out again nt the expiration of
The fact that the police nre not dis
couraged by Judge Wilcox's treatment
of vngrants Is best shown by Deputy
Sheriff Cliilllugworth'a continued hunt
ufter such people.
MRS. McKINLEY IMPROVES
Canton. 0 Sept. 20. Mrs. McKln
ley's condition wns more favorable this
morning than nt any timet since the ar
rival of the party from Washington.
Her condltleti dm Ing the last few days
was as good ns could have been ex
pected and alio hns had considerable)
rekt. After It o'clock last night a
guard maintained quiet In front of the
house that no nolso might disturb her.
It Is hoped by the friends and tiiTcnil
Ing physicians that she will be able to
lenvo her room today mid give, atten
tion to some matters calculated to lake
her mind from tho expressing Incidents
of the past week.
Working hours In factories nveraso
7J per week In Ktinsia, 04 In Holland,
nnd SO In the United Kingdom.
NO MERCY FOR
AND HIS CREW
FULL REPORT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL KNOX
I'ldlmvina In tin full text of the re
port mo to the President by Attorney rlS managenuuu' '
flecnral P. C. Knox cm the charges the paper. It Is unquestioned thnt lie
against Judge A. S. .Humphreys nnd acquired his (Merest before his jp
, . . ... polutmeut ns Judge, and without ret-
tin- petition for his removal made by ,r0m.o tu t. There Is no principle)
I.. A. Thurston, A. H. Ilartwell, W. A. ,.thur l law or or ethics which .re-
Kinney, S. M. II.1II011, Attorney (leu- quires htm, upon his assumption of
eral II. P. Dole, Deputy Attorney (leu- Judicial duties, to ueglect tho business
eial Calhcart. High Sheriff Drown itud tnterestn which ho hnd thus previous,
thirty other members of the Honolulu '- acquired, assuming always that
, . .... Mich attention does not conflict with
IUr Association. U(, far uld flU ji;,,.),,,,. o( nlH jH(
In the Matter or the Charges of tho mi duties. It Is uowhete contended
IUr Association of the Hawaiian that Judge Humphreys has been Inat
Islands against the Honorable! tentive to his Judicial duties by reason
Abram S. Hetmpbri'jH, Hist Juelg'j of Ids partlclpaney in the business
of the Circuit Court eie the Klru mutiugemcnt of the Honolulu He-pub-Judicial
Clie-ult, Territory of Hu- He an. Tho affidavit of V. It. John
wnll. Hen, who was nt ono time the business
To tin- President: I have the honor manager of thei newspaper In question,
to tvxiit that I have oxunilucd vvl'h however, states us n fact that Judge)
caro the charges of tbo liar Assocl.t- Humphreys did control the editorial
Hun of the Hawaiian Islands against Mdlc-y of tho paper, and thnt Its editor
the Honorable Abmin S. Humphreys, "took bU orders from said Judge Hum.
I'irst Judge of lho Circuit Court of tho phreys." This Is contradicted by the
Klist Jiullclat ('limit, TVrrnorv of I In- explicit statement of Judge Hum
wall, together with the specifications phi-c.vs that he had not In any manner
uud briefs aecomnuiivliig the same. I Interfered with tho editorial manage
conclusions hereinafter referred to by
a hearing nt my ollle-o. wtilcii -ns .11
leuucMi oy JUMKo iiiiiuimiejs uiiii 10
louusol, and t". W. Ilanl.cy, i:.i.. as
lounsel for the said liar Association
and by briers wlileli have been submit
tvil by both parties to lho controversy,
Dunne I;, rox. Ivq., or, wnslitngton. tack with great vehemence) tho pres
D. C, appeared for Judge Humphrey. ,.nt political government of Hawaii.
Tho liar Association Jin-fern flvi but Judge Humphreys expressly ells
charges against Judge Humphreys, avows any responsibility for them, uirl
each of which I will hrlelly coni.idi-r then; l.i no evidence to the contrary.
In their order. I The llrst ehurgo has not beeu sutU-
..,',,,, . riK-turlly e-stuhllslied.
It Is asserted thul Judge Humphreys. ,
while holding his Judicial ollle'o. co.i-1
trols and Is -ngag'-d elliectly unel net- It Is asserted that Judge lliiniphiuvs
Ivily in thu publication and e-clltln "hns tnken nnd veiutliines to tako un
of 11 partisan ni-wspajx-r. lei wit. Tin nctlve und lending part Iu bitter pollt-
Judge Humphreys admits that prior
to- his npjieeltituicnt as Clre-ult Judge
he- lie-quired 11 substantial interest 111 This, is light to be established by
tln- Honolulu Itepuhlliun. Hit asserts certain ntllelavlts embodied In i:hlb
that noon his nppolntmeut he resign- IIk 31 S to 325. Inclusive-.
cd his otllcci ns president of thu pub-
lislilng company ami nlso ns one or davits with eaere. They aiei largely
thu board or dlu-ttors the-ieof, and hearsay In character, and are to tho
that tho stockholders thereupon plac- Kant tbnt deponents were "Informe-.I"
ed the editorial policy or the paper that Judge Humphreys was acting un
In the control of one 12. S. (111! ns e-dl- thu adviser nt the Home ltule Party,
tor. Judge Humphreys further assert! and was holding caucuses nt his licim-e
that "since thnt time I huve not Tho nenrest approach to positive Un
sought to control nor have I In fact tlmony Is the nllliluv It or 0110 l.orrl:i
controlled the e-dltorlul pulley or nt- Andrews, a former law partner of
terauces of the paper. Sliicei thee eluy Judge Humphreys, who stntes Iu sub
I have- assumed the- beni-h I have con- htuui-e that on one occasion ho found
tluumisly endeavored to dispose of my Judge Humphieys In the law olllces nl
Interests In thu paper, even going a.) one W. A. Whiting. In company with
tnr as to offer my stock nt a figure a number or tho members or thu Leg-
which would entail upon mu the lots
of many thousands id dollars, nnd I
am still endeavoring to dispose of It '
1 be complainants, em thu other hnnd.
offer tluce nindavlts which, urter re-
citing the Tact that Judge Humphreys
Peloid ins upiHjiuimcnl Had nteiimvil
this Interest 111 thu Honolulu Hcpiih-
llcan, suggest certain acts In pi'isir of
the uveriiient thnt hIiicci his iiDtxiIut-
ment he had taken an active part In
tnu conduct or sum paper. Many or
The Governor directs that notlc; be given that on Saturday next, Sep
tember 28th, Government offices will be closed In honor of William Mc
Klnley, late President of the UnlteJ States, whose death at the hand of
an assassin has plunged the nation Into the deepest sorrow and has enlisted
the sympathy and regret of the vsorld.
It Is recommended that that day be recognized by trl community as
a day of mourning and prayer, and of public expression of the national loss
and bereavement caused by the President's death.
GORMAN REACHES 8,000
DAYTON a ,
LUCAS . , . .
the facts alluded to In these nllldavils
ment of thu minor or Insnlred tho v.i
rlous editorial nrtlclcs included In Hx-
blhlts 31 to 317. Inclusive. These ov
minis consist 01 ccii-onius. parnmnpii.e
and articles of news leaving reforenri
to tin political conditions In Hawaii,
jiany of them are Intemperate In Ian
gunge nnd violent In splilt. They nt
icai comrovcrbies wiium inu iciuio.y
or Hawaii and within his Judicial elr-
J have! examined all of these ultl-
Islaturi- who weiu members of the
Hume ltule Independent Party. He
heard Judge Humphreys advise tlm
legislators how to vote on n certain
bill then pending with rererenco to tho
apportionment or long term Senators.
tin another occasion, he heard Judge
Humphieys speaking or legislative
matters In his olllce at night lo men
whom the clenoneut assumeil
members of tho Legislature from tho
fact that legtatlvo mntteis wero un-
' -t 51
. , j j-9
der discussion. Judge Humphreys, on
tho other hand, denies that ne ever
held a caucus nt his hotre, or attempt
ed to Inlliiencc pending legislation In
the Teriltory ol Hawaii, with the ex
ception of two ocinslons when he
used Ills liillucjico to procure the pas
sage of 11 new- exemption law, and one
which vested Iu him the power to ap
point the iniiirr or his own court.
Neither or these won- political menu
tires, nnd I know or no reason why a
judge, ns any other citizen, should not
take an active Interest in the' discus
sion of legislation which Is nou-polltl-cal
Ii Is further soilgnt to substntitlntu
Ibe second charge by Exhibit 321, be
ing a chnigu to tho grand Jury by
Judge Humphreys. Iu this churg",
Humphreys specifically cnllecl the at
tention of the grand Jury, ns an In
qulBltorlnl body, to ccrtuln abuses
which lie believed to be then exist
ing, and ns to which he wished them
to mnke Investigation. The charge
In ipie-ctlou Is n vigorous and learned
exposition or tho rights and duties -f
a grand Jury, nnd iuctdcutnlly refers t )
the political conditions which prevnll
eil prlor'to the annexation ot Hawaii
by tho ('lilted States. I shall nut ven
ture to expiess nn opinion ns to the
Justice or propilcty or theco special
rc-rcrences. They went obviously inudci
to Illustrate the changes in the nil
ministration of Justice- which the nn-
iteration iu Hawaii by the I lined
States and the application of the crim
inal procedure of the t'nlted Stntes
to Hawaii had necessarily occasioned.
Ueniemberlng that Hawaii Is In a tran
sitional period, and Hint many of Its
people had not been educated to thoso
Anglo-Saxon principles which govcun
toe udiiilnlsliutlou of Justice In lha
I'lilli-il Slates. It was proper nnd t'r-
haps the duty of thu various Judges to
Instruct the grund nn.l petit Juries In
session before them ns to the prln-J
elples which must, under present con
ditions, control tho administration if
Justice In the Keeleral courts. 1 can
find nothing In tbo charge to Indicate
that Judge) Humphreys was animate.
by any other consideration than the
public' gooil nnd the solemn obligations
of his great oltlce.
Tile second clinrgu has not been stu
tulued by uili-eiunte' proof.
The third charge nvers that Judge
Humphreys has used his position on
tne bench und the powers and privi
leges of his office Improperly to prj
motet his own personal and politic! il
This see ms to bo merely u restate
ment of tho second charge, and Is
supported by Kthlblls 32J to 332, in
clusive. Uxhlblt 320 Is n written statement
of the Clerk or thu Circuit Court to
thu I'ffect that somo soventei'ii nii-m
bers of the Hawaiian l.eglslatuiu wpt-
admitted to practice without any ado
Quale examination. I'm m the state
ment of thu Clerk. It appears thnt
Judge Humphreys diet examine them
ns to whether they nad read e- civil
and penal code.
(Continued on page i.)
Iliitead of the- (2S,000 on the faco
of the policy, tho Kciiiltubln Life In
alliance Society has to pay the estate
of tl.o late D. Ii. Smith JliT.MI.OS that
Is. It the Circuit Court Judgment on
thu verdict be not set aside nu nppe.il.
Judge dear has ordered Judgment en-
tered ror tbo amount or the policy. In-
tcrc-it computed by the clerk at ?I824.'JS
und the costs of plaintiff taxed at 1710.-
10 by Whiting & Itohliison ami allow-
ed. All this makes an aggregate as al-
ready stilted, lining nn accretion of
more than lo percent to the amount of
llir.ll SCHOOL nXURJIHHS.
At the High school t'ie prescribed
McKlnley memorial exercises are In
progress ns the lliilletin w to press.
Mr. l.iifl, one or tho teachers, gave
the- opening address, treating of the
facts in tne latu President's life. Prin
cipal M. M, Scott took for his theme
lcsoons from tho cnieer of tho lament
ed head of the Nation. C. H. KIston,
of the teaching stuff, sang a solo. Itev,
G. I.. Pearson, us a minister of the de
nomination to wnlch President Mc
Klnley belonged, was to havo been ask
ed to oner a pryer, nut oeing out oil -tuwn
his placo Vvus t.iKen by a lay' JJt
member ot thu .Methodist Hplscopul,
V, J, Lowrcy, chairman of tho com
mittee appointed by tho Merchants'
i Association to draft a suitable mem
orial on the death of Piesldent .McKln
ley to be sent to Washington, was seen
this morning by a Bulletin reporter
and, in answer to a question, stnted
that the committee hnd left the matter
of a memorial In the hands of tbo gen-1
eral committee of citizens as It a as
understood, one memorial from Hono
lulu ns a whole would be sent forward. I
This docs not accord with the action
taken b the MerrhunV Asoc!t.llim 1
jesterday for at that time, the commit
tee wni appointed for th purpose of
drafting n memorial to be sent lor-1
ward by that body. The remarks (ire-!
vloiw to this action all pointed lowprd
Independent action on the part oj the
When Mr. Lowrey waj cMtifrnti'ed
with this, he said he liicl been Instruct
ed that the commlt.ee had full power
to net. He himself wns not i't the gen
eral mcctlug jesterduy.
The Doric brought no jiastengrrs for
this port. Several people are booked
to leave In her this afternoon. She
sails at i! o'clock this afternoon.
SERVICES TO BE HELD
IN KAWAIAHA0 CHURCH
Piegiam of Morning Doings All
Eusiness to be Suspended Sa
loons Will Close From
9:30 am to 1:30pm
Tumonow will be observed by the
cltlrctisor lionciiuiu inawny nun wniif(oc,. ,, nr 1)(, lfBllc.,i for 8ucn
show to the world what the death of g(,rl))( rt,rtncntc when nnd In so far
William McKlnley, the late President , 1(,y llaU r,.ircitrnt fu uharcs.
of the I'nlted States, has meant to nivldeiids upon such stock shaTl bo
them. There will be n general siispen- , 11HC,ji N- jmdends will be paid upon
slou of business throughout the city j,tr,t.
and everyone. Irrespective of natlonul-i ,f Htm-jtimidcru wish to sulweribe to
lly or cieed. will Join In the ilwrv-!new Ktl,k t1(iy ,mlBt Bvo notice of In
ane e of the day Bet apart by general
consent nnd by a proclamation on tho
pnrt of fiovcrnor Dole to do honor to
the memory or the late head or the.
Today, all those principal business
benisfs In the clt that were not decor-
steel In mourning previously set men to
work drujdiiK the usual black and
white about their places and display
ing In prominent iosltlons, pictures oN
the eounto's bereaved President.
Tomorrow there will be the slow
! lulling of bells, the closing or all doors
and the holding of services to show
Hawaii's feeling at the death of Presi
dent McKlnley. The services In Ka
walabao church will begin at 10
o'clock. A few seats will bo observed
o'clock. A few seats will be reserved
for the Territory nnd the I'nlted
States nnd nil others will be thrown
open for any who may desire to at
tend. There will be printed program
and the hymns arranged will be prlnt-
ed In full thereon. The following pro-
gram has been prepared
Invocation lleiv. K. S. Tlmoteo.
reading of the Scriptures F. W.
Prayer Itev. C. II. Dyke.
Solo "Peace, Troubled Teart," Mrs.
Address Itev. A. Mackintosh.
Address Itev. II. H. Parker.
AtlflrpMi. lllti Rrrpllrnf-v Rnvcrnnr
Aeldress-Htv. W. M. Klncald; or. In
his absence, Itev. W. D. Westervelt.
lleendlctlon Itev. John P. Hrelman.
A special choir Is being arranged for
by Theodore Klchards, and thu hymni
lo be sung nre ns follows: "Deus Om
nlpotens," "God. the All Tcrrlhlei
Thou Who Ordalnest," "America."
"Nearer. My God, to Thee." Mrs. Mon-
tnguc Turner will sing Nevln's "Pence
- 1 W. (I. Irwin will call the meeting to
j order anil will then call upon Gov-
, crnor Dole to preside
Tho saloons of the city will cloao
I their doors from 9:30 a. m, to 1:30 p. m
The couilmttee of citizens appointed
bi W.-I.. Hilton, chairman of the meet-
, Ing In the drill shed Tuesday evening,
will meet In the drill shed at ;Z0
o'clock this evening for a conference.
make It ii ioIt to keep,
ijC ihiiccccclecl pretty well.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
Additional $15,000,000 Is
PROPOSALS IS CARRIED
IIY LARGE MAJORITY
Scheme to Secure Money to Develop
Sugar Properties in luba
New York. Sept. IS. Stockholders of
the American Sugar Heunlng Company
held n special meeting this noon In
Jersey City to authorize nn Increase in
the capital stock of tho company troni
$"B.00WK0 to IliO.imO.OOO. The propo
sal to Inrrease the stock was carried
bj a large majority, three-fourths of
the stock voting In Its favor.. VIre
President Charles 11. Seaff pre-slded and
C, II, Ilclke was secretary.
A circular has been Issued which
says the directors of the company havo
resolved that script certificates bo Is
sued for fractional shares for which
clMAllifitilni-n ulmtl Hllliuf-rl ,. til.t ttlllL
lftn before October 7th. In other
,,,,, p,,,, f one-half must bo
mniU, (ir .tun, October 7th. and In
n) ,..lst, te other half must he jinM
Ion or before November 7th. Payment
n ,,,.), rlu,,, mht t(? IIlaj0 t the offlcw
,)f the company on Wall street,
Kor groceries ring up llluo 911.
On acc-ount of the services tomorrow
nmlnw. p(.rformnce of M "Hello
or New York" nhs been jtostimned tilt
next week Saturday. The evening per
formance will be given. Thb'Is lh
company's masterpiece nnef a good
house Is assured.
CH'NESE OFFICIALS RESIGN.
Hongkong, Sapt. 20. Viceroy Tnu
Mu, of the ProvLnrv of Kwung Tung
and Kwang Su. havo forwarded their
resignations 'to Slan Ku, accompanied
by n protest against the usurpation of
power by the antl-forelgn Conserva
tives. THE SUGAR MARKET.
I New York. Sept. -'0, Sugar Haw.
Steady! fair retinitis. 3Vic; centrifugal,
0C test, 3L'c, molnsses sugar. 3c. lie- '
tluiel, steady; criislied, r..7r.c; iKiwdered,
S..1c; granulated, S.2.e.
MARQUIS ITO ON 1118 JOURNEY.
' Yokohama, Sept. 18. The Marquis
Ho started today on nu extended tour
nf the United States and Kuropo,
Ths Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
larl of tho city for 10c up
wards, Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of tho Ualted
States and Kurope.
Olllce. 1047 llothcl St.
opposite Honolulu MnrkeL
When you hnvo n jVood thing,
lcct It. When you have worn
one pair of our HAMSTER
SHOES, you know what to call
(op when you wnnt anothep palp.
TIiohc are the kind of ulioes we
unci wc think that we huve
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