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Vol. XI. No. 1931.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, SATURDAY. SEL'TEMHKlt 28. 1901.
Fkicb 5 Oentb.
Commanders Differ in
Opinions on His
FIRST TESTIMONY IS
Last Witness Differs Materially in
His Opinions on the Weather
Going Over Attack on
Washington. Sept. 21. Admiral Dew
iv observed his usual rule of prompt'
nsH In calling the Schley court of In
quiry to order lit 11 o'clock today. All
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,,:,m1::";;:.'!": :, ' ft1' iz
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for them, on to left of the wllnesj,
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W1H MIIIlWIIill INIRU HIM 11 "II jvnui
Admiral Schley, who questioned ,
hint concerning his statement made
,.,. ,.... n. w - . extra inairs nuiounien in pronaniy mmi tan A. O. s. Hawes Jr.. private secre- , -,v . , , :, , ..... ...,,. .. ,. .,,,... ...
n,t....W.Mn..l.--htr -'-' -'VKt had I r,;,heCove4rJ.r
Haihcr. exeiutlte om,.er ,,f .ho Texasj l" 'imlf '".""j ...i , , ,.,m. '..Vh "V ? ' """ !1"? !, I'l1" L"!!V'.& .' V"""P ..melal. at. qiuj.ra to the ef
Ulirillg III" BIIIIIIISII ur. nmi '", l,l,l ,.1,1,1. l, .., ,,n.l -'! .. ,ciri:i .ill,. .1. .... .,..,.. v. ............ ,i,,,,-., 111 iiviiik niniiuii inn.. 1111.11 H'li mat int) H1K net, lying on 141
the Htand when the court adjourned 1 !''nl1' ,, neninsiimeu.i 6(atg ttl.rP rencrted for ho consular c. II. Cooper. C. I.. Gartln, W. 0.. Ash- or the committee to preimre 11 pnigr.in ilailin on tint morulns ol the 7th, per
sesterdny iil( "'luor lirouglit on an attack oI,p,rp t. following being the Oceu- ,. and W. i:. Wall, together with for this memorial s.Tvlei.. and In thai (,.hc,l tlmo gunhoatH without rligs.
The Judge ndvoiHte aske.l no ques' '"''I'"" tn-meiiH from which he died. ,,. w. It. Ilo.ire, llritlsh consul, Kcibert Wilcox, IXIegalo to Congress, Pl;- hate the honor or In- mipposed to I... Venezuvlaus. In order
How of hhn and he was Immediately 'r'1I,nf' l"t ' known llorlst IliUm, AIbf, 1I(,jrP; r M, Swaiuy. Brit- Bnl wife. trodmlng (lovemor Dole who will ,le. t,, nsterlnln deUnltely, she .-ompelled
tlous or linn, anil lie was iinnHiiiui.i, ,,', ".,'., -.. liter an address ami take ihurge ol 'the gunboats to show the r flags, which
..... i.iM fn ii irotnup 11 r rf inn kii inn niuiik inr iui phi. ii itfiv.iiiiiUTTt iiiriii r lit. iiiiiitiiui ti ni'iiit'iitut-.a . .. .. -- .
,estvr,la to the effect that he did not, B',r' . ,, i
tt-all that then, was any picket lln" , A,,"'l ' ' '
eMabllsbnl Inside the line of blockaa!"" "' L"1,
at Clenfuegos. A report by Schley was
lead to tin effect that n picket line bail
bieu maintained, but the witness de
i lined to thange his statement.
Asked If the llrooklvji had not on
.May 21, alguulvd the Texas to go nlong
tlde the collier and coal, be said he
tltil not recall an) thing of the kind.
Mr. Huyner rend tho signal message as
follows- '(lo'illongslde the collier ami '
coil as rapidly as possible," but no
amount of pressing could bring tho)
wltnesri to say that he temeinlieVcil the
Incident. ' He had, llA saUlfvery llttll
to do with the slguallng. The sarait
replies, practically, were made In re
sponse to ijuestlons regarding other
signals. Mr. Hajner quoted several
of these. One tralismltled from the
Texas tu the Urcsjkljn read: "On at
tcithoiight the captain thinks It unsafe
to put a miller between battleships."
Another from the Texas read: "Do not
think It titv to collier. The two ships
will surely crush her."
Captain liarber replied that he re- Suu i'rauebcu. Sept. 1'J. Tho lars-
niembeied there was some talk of tlm est transaction by tnr that has over
collier, but he could not lecall what oecuired In local Insurance elides has
j, u lH llunt been consummated by which th
Wi'kln? of the signals observed nft Huclrle .Mutual Ulu Insurance Com
.Speaking of tlie signals onsc rvei nn a (f c.R,1l)rnl tlaniifl,ra ,,H luiu,,.
C'elifuegns. he said his supposition, an',,,, )UBm.H!l , tll0 Metropolitan l.l.i
was that of the other officers, was that Hiiinnc Company or New York. Tlu
the) were between the Spanish fortes, 'magnltudu of the transaitlon tan
Captain Harber was also questioned scnucly bn iiullzcd by those not ta-
clorelv- concerning the rate or speed of miliar with this hranch or lnsurunci.
the Heet on tlie sail fiom Clenfuegos Industrial or weekly pa)ment Intern--
to Santiago on May -.-.. B"V. " ,""".'! ''"-.I t, ." ,h,1" St1!C'
He said the weather was fiesh and J' "jol' U;; M; ut.;a has been the
tlie sea moderate; that It was hard for
small vessels, but It was "nothing
much." He thought the Texas could
have made from ten to twelvu knots.
Sir. Ha)iiir had tho witness read logs
of the Slassai husetts, the Iowa the
lliooklyn and other vessels concerning
the weather at that time. Sir. Itnyner
lead a ic-poit from Captain lllggluson,
saying that the weather hud
"tough and squally" on the 25th.
tiiln llnrber tiitetl Hint the lennrt of
Captain lllggluson was not home out
li) the logbook of his ship.
"It dues not correspond with the
log." witness said, nnd ho added that
having given his best recollection con
cerning the weather, bethought Sir.
ltuyuer had nn ulteilor motive In bis
iWi.tlnn. Sir. Ila)ner declared that
be had no such end'Jn view.
"Then." said the witness, "I havn
given )ou my best lecolleetion con
cerning the weather."
"That is whnt 1 want," tesponded the
The Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Mai two bedrooms and all modern In
provements; $40 a month.
Also large residence on the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
"Thnt Is what I hate given you," re
sponded the witness.
Captain l.emly objected to tlie exam
ination of Captain Harbcr on the
record of a ship which he-hud no part
Tin1 court retired to consider the
After nn absence of ten mluten, tho
court returned, iiiuioiitu ttiK itn deci
sion, sustaining the objection that the
witness couiil not be examined on me
lot; of the Massachusetts,
Continuing his testimony, Captain
liarber Insisted that the weather on
Mny 2." wan tint "rough,"
JOSEPH CAKBONE DIES
ON STEAMER MARIPOSA
Was Well Known Florist of San
Francisco Had Sister
J MriPm. died aboard
the vessel r day night and his re-
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ninlns weie brought heie for burial.
Th (mls (f (( Aml
death Is said to havn
establlsbinent on Montgomery
He was one of the landscape
who laid out the grounihi
Sulro'w magnllbent place1
House In S.m Franclsio, I
rroiu the iiiltltutlon of the California
violet, and i hrjsaiithcinunis, Carbone'
I made a name for Jilmself as a lloilst,
ami took setirnl medals and dlplomaH
at Hotter shows In California ami the I
I lie tieail man was lonilng Here on
ibuslmss aud to visit a sister, who U
i In the employ of the lMgar llalstead
1 he Isidy was taken In i barge by It
II. Williams the iindeitaker and will
be lit) r Iftl here. I). (1, Cnmarlnos a
fileml of the ileienseil will have chntgt
I of the funeral tirriitiKcmtnts.
For groceries ring up nine 911.
04er i.niia6Kl tho mislness on this
count. Some six )curs ago tin man
ngement of tho compnny, believing
tliut this torm of lifu Insurance, vvus
needed In California, and thnt thu bus
InesK could bo successfully prosecut
ed, added this dcpaitmcut to its regu
tnr llfo and (icelileut business,
The e oirci liii'ss or that belief Is
atlestc-d liv the result ot Its six years
I business m that line, as by this Hutu
action the I'udlie Mutual adds almost
1U lo Its nssets for the protuC'
tou in us pouey-uoiuers tuo turge-si
Ellin of money even- paid for buslncs-t
of this rhninctur. lis Imlustrial busi
nets has ulua.vs been piofltuble, but
with the advent of the .Metropolitan,
the laigest ludusttlnl company In thy
I'nlted States, competition would luwj
been very kceh, and the lu.iungemont
or the Pncllle .Mutual, knowing lis In
tlustiial policy holders would be fully
piotected by the policies o( tho Slot.
I nipolltan. thought it wise to renlize .1
i handsome protlt by transterriug this
business und devoting its entire nttet
t Ion to lis life and incident dopuiv
The Pin Hie .Mutual has been en
gaged In business over thirty )eais,
and Is now- doing a 'argur business
(ban over liefoio lu Its history, and
with tho money leallzed fiom this snlo
lias been advanced Into the foremost
tank of llfo liisuruncu companies or
the United States, Its percentage of
surplus to policy holders now beimi
larger than that of any other company
doing btudness on this const.
Tho holders of regular policies In
thu company have been greatly bene
fited by this transaction, and tho In
dustrial policy holders, by being trans
ferred to thu Sletropolltan, noted for
Its liberal and broad dealing, will un
doubtedly be well cared lor.
HILO HELD SERVICES
llllo, Sept. 27 Tno business houses
of llllo wero closed )estertlay ufte-r
noon out of respect to tho mcinniy ul
thu Into President. At a meeting o:
iltlyfis held at tho oflicu of Sheriff
Andrew Wednesday night n piogram
fnr,a monioilal service was prepared
tor Thin sday afternoon nt tho Until
Chinch. The meeting at tho churcii
wilts attended by moro than could be
accommodated lu tho building. Tho
nudltciiium wns tastetully ill aped in
I liixiti ,,l,..,lif.l lvil.iilll.iv nitrlmttn Uutl . . ... ... dnK - IMtlTPntf, UUrf ll.'l.l lltl.ll! lite Itllfltllt.'M r.,l,...l.ln. l.u... n. I a t!nl. ,t. ih.i
They Voice Sorrow
K.inal.ihHo ihurch was flttlngl) dec
orated on both the exterior and tho In
terior for the Memorial services for
''resident M'-Klnlt-) ni 10 o'clock this
morning. Full hlai-K covered the lull
pillars of the high porch, with Orapery
across the face of the tower conneellnE
the sable columns with a suuure arch
Inside the: gallery fionls were partly
catered with waving festoons of
mourning. Two nicrlean lings trlni-
mrd with irepe veiling were bung
one on either sine, or tnc oigan, wniie
a scroll of black nppenrcd across the
pipes. Palms and fems were disposed
all along the outside of the platform.
On the right hand able of the organ
loft was raised a cross of white (lowers,
on the niiiioslte side nlumes of the roy-
nl n.itm renrcvenlliiL' a rlno sheaf of
wheal. In the extreme front corner on
the right stood a sugar palm
i were rlrap-
lnrs throughout the church
ed In full black, with bows
cm of crepe telling hanging under tht
llefore the opening hour had arrived
the entire sentlnc euiiaeltv. which with
iirtlug consul for Germany, HussIa nnd
Austto-lliiugary, II W. Schmidt, con
mil for Sweden and Norway; W. l.anz.
repietcntlng P A Sehaefer. .Italian
ioiisuI and dean, II I'ocke, Mexican
consul, Wong Yel Pin, conRiil, and (loo
Klin Put, vice consul of China; Sllkl
allo, Japanese lonsut, with two sec
letarles. Ilehlnd the consular party
lat two rows of K.iwalahao Seminary
girls In white with their tevhers.
On the opposite side of the platform.
In the fiunt row, sat Captain Sleriy,
commandant of the Naval Station:
Captain Pond and officers of the II. S.
S. Iroquois. Officers of tho National
Gum it of Hawaii In uniform, with a
Special services were held lu tho
Catholic- Cuthedial this forenoon in
bunor of lite late Piesldenl of tho
United States. The lllsnop of Panop
oils, assisted by father Thomas, offi
ciating. Tlm services took the nature
of n regular muss with an nddresH ny
ltev. h'ather SI. J. liourmiin, one of tin
Jesuit priests who came from St. Louis
In the Alameila this morning In coin
pany with another lather, lor tho p'li-
pose or toniiuttlug a series or revival
meett gs lu c ounce lion with the worl;
uf the CuthoJIe- Church In the Islands.
The music- tliioughout the service' wiu
nil b) the congregation, among the)
selections be-lng "Nenler. My God, to
Alter tlie preliminary se-rvlees, Hhv.
Father Iloarmau nscended to tho pul
pit aud. In a eh-nr, strong voice, begun
bis address on the leeent bbienvumeni
ol the nation, His temiulis were,
shoit but the) lett llie-ir .imptess on
the minds of all present Tho central
thought was submission to lawfully
eoiistltutil uuthoilty. The speaker
said. In unit, as follows:
"You iiiq giitheri'd here- tfiitny. my
friends, tu lulcbmtu tlie very sad
death of the Presldtut o. the llnlte-t
States. There ure luuiinieiuble rea
sons why an occasion of this kind
should be one (if deejp sorrow to us all.
"Itnder any circumstances, even In
the oidlmiiy mm he of u.itine, tho tn
Ins off or a President of tun United
States and the- talcing off of such a
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number of citizens, fllled the pews be- Atherton aud wife, W. I". Alb u and
hind the natal ofllcers. Major Robin-1 wife, I". C. Jones and wife. C. SI. Cooke
eon, t' S. A. quartermaster, and Sirs, (In the choir). Col. J. II. Fisher, C. SI.
Iloblnt-on coming a little late, went In-1 White, Andrew llrowti, A. 0. SI. Uob
to the gallcr. where a young natlvo ertson, Kdmund Nnrrle. V. W. Hall
man gave his seat to Sirs. Iloblnson
Pews In the right fiont. facing the
left corner of tie platform, were for Cbas. Wilcox.
government olllclnls nnd ladles accoru- .Major Geo. C Potter was chief of a
pnnlng them. Among such were no- Inrge corps of ushers who superlnt) mi
lked Sirs. S. H. Dole, Justice Perry of ed the seizing of the vnstthrong with
the Supreme Court Judge Kstee of the n minimum of confusion.
Unltfd States District Court. Judges
near and l.lltie'ni tne circuit court,
District Judge, l.jle A. Dickey, acting
U, S. Marshal K, It. Hendry, Jared
Smith, dlrectur of the t S. ogrletil-
tuial station; Treasurer W II, Wright
and wife. Superintendent of Education
A. T. Atkinson and wife. Auditor II.
C. Austin and Wife, former Judge Sllll-
man. Heglstrar of Coinonntcs T, 0.
Thrum and wife. Und Commissioner
t. o ii . i -n .. i t.. ut,.r i
V S. Ilojd anfl wife. Tax Assessor .1.
W Pratt In uniform as captain on
the Gotcrnor's stuff, Surveyor W. K
Wall and Col. 3. II. Soper of the Got-
inm.. tlm uLI.. In Omit were Can-
ci nor S. II Dole. W. G
man of committee; W. I
Commander Geo. W 'De Long Post. (1
A It.; Kev. i: 8. Tlmoteo. ltet II. H.
Parker, Met- Alex. .Mackintosh, Mcv,
V W. Damon, Ilev W. I). Westervelt.
Itet. C. II. Dyke am) rtev. J. P. Krd
mnu Among others noticed In the audi
torium, ns showing (lie rcpresentatlte
character of the congregutlon, wero
Princes Datld Kawananakoa and Jo
nah Kfilanhitutole with Sirs, i: K.
J'ratt In Queen l.llluokabini's pew. Itet
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Dr. Illngbaui nnd wife, ltev. W. SI
Mntaiu ami wire, uev. j. LeaiiinBium,
II. SI Whitney, si P Iloblnson. . I. U.'
man as was President SleKlnle;, ,
would be sufficient to cause the deep-
est sorrow t.iroiighout the length and.ity Is from (Sod, Tho very nature ol
breadth or thu land, but what shall
wo say when be Is killed by the hand
of an ussassln?
"Tho late President of tho Unlte.i
States endeared himself to nil th-J
people. liven by his most bitter ent-
mles ho wns admired und respected.
He was uffiiblei lu temperament, Juc
lu the carrying out or tno law-, nnd
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moderate In all his views. He bi ought
the country Into u state ot prosperity
prosperity mat made luelt ton and If we no not we shall never enjev
throughout the length aud bteadtli ul the authority of God In heaven,
the land, nnd )et, oven while ho hull "Nothing can be, accomplished by
out bis hund in friendship to a mun I assassination. On the contrary, aw
he was shot down by the hand ot nn, thorlty under such cireumstnncnii
assassin. 'grows st longer. Thoso who aro not
"Sorrow and gloom hover titer all 'tit to lite under lawfully constltut'-il
people of thu United States today. It i authority should not bo permitted jo
re-spec tit e of party or cn-td. to do. Those who writhe against nil-
"It was only two months since th.it thoiity should be banished forever
tho President of the United St.lteg'floni the eontlnes of civil society,
drove through the city of S.in Fran-1 "In even- Catholic ch-irch In on
risen. He was halleu by all the iieo -
He wns linlle.l by the Cathollci.
You all remember thoso beautiful
winds he addressed to tlie ) oung Cum
ollcs of tho city
"The mull who slew tho President
of the United Stutes did not stnu.1
alone in his Iniquity. There wera
others tieninit nun who published viii.
Iniquitous literature In which wer
caricatures, fallacious editorials, ful-n-hoods
"The Catholic Church has ever been
Makes A Move
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and wife, Senator (1. It Carter and
wife. Sirs. Hwnnry. Hubert ('niton und
The Territorial band plnjed In the
ihurch j aril for some time before the
opening nnd again lis the concourse
wns dispersing, saired and solemn
Professor A. It. Ingalls was iieeoin-'
p.inlit on the grand new organ to a
combined choir ol Central Union .mil
R'f. 12. S. llmoteo.
at a signal
from the i balrmaniaiiie forwuid, and
offered the Invocation In Hawaiian.
M , , , , ,.,;
)y MtlllK. .v,.n ,,( ,,.. 1(IO
t". um- , . c. I ol the death
r President MeKlnle.t (torn tin- blow
of an assassin, which il.oe keel i.n I
grlete.1 the whole world. P luoothiii- of
(lOVerillir Dole, nil risillir. slltllllV
nsked the niitlleuci to ilse nml Join III
singiiiK cue op "g iijmii. wine ii in- eil mi tlie scene, whereupon tho Sli
ghts with Gent, the All terilble' Thou thcl. at cording to tho stor) ot tne YVn
who oiilninst. etc ' ziii-lnns. nlnced herse-H between the
ltev l W Damon lead selec lions
-'J.0'''.'.'.1,""'' ,";sl",ll",; "1,,l, .', ,I""M '
I ,.'l"k IlilUiiut tlllill llnl llllll it
a i-.i "Know est thou not thai a
prince and a gteat man talleth In Is
rael today," etc-. Other pnssag"
weie '-lle being dead vet speak
eth " ami "lit- still and know Hint I
am ('.oil "
Sir, 11) Ke offeieil a ini)er, asking .t
.",'",'. l , i ' . "..
and invoking divine as.ista ue to the
Mrs. AiiiiIh Slonlngn.
In beautifully modiilateil notes the
guided by the Hot) Spirit of (loci, ami
has eter bowed to authority Author
Ithlngs Is fiom God. Authority wns
lordalned by Almighty God that thus-.
I who lite lu human society might bo
Uubmlsslve to lawful authority.
"It matters llttlo to Catholics In
whom authority re-sts. whether It be
'a king, the aristocracy or tho Preal
unet of n lenublle. The Siilntiirot
.tell us that nil authority Is rrom Go!
' . a. . . .
and whoever teslsts nuthoiltv lesisti.
God We must lespect those who nil.
ilninl appeals ate going up to God
, heaven asking Him to protect tl.s
government, to protect our land, vtli r
ever floats the ling In shower down
blessings on tho people that they mat
be lo)ul to authorit)."
lu conclusion, the speaker asked
('.oil's blessing cm tho land ami
pressed the hope that the Catholi. poo
jde might ever be models of good ci.
rensblp It wns by living thun Dill
God would shower down his rlc licit
blessings iinou them,
ITO GOES VIA SEATTLE
Washington, Sent. 20. Slarnuls tin
of Jnpin Is hi unite to tho United
Stntes for the double purpose of meet
lug tho I'lesldeut and other iiriuulnent
Am.-rieans and of benelltlug Ills health
He will nirlvo ut Se-attle about Octo
ber I, ami alter a shoit stay in tho
West will come Fist, Ho Is nce-eun-rallied
by four men, who wen fin mer
it In the Jupauesu olllclnl sort ice,
Speaking of .Marquis Ito s prospect
he visit Kogoro Takahlia, the Jan-
uneso Minister, sain:
".Marquis I Id's uchieVHiuciits ns Pre
mier of Japan In recent years are well
known to the American public, und
there Is llttlo to add to their Informa
lion. While ir)lng to Introduce west
orn Improvements tuo Government
hail to make radlenl e.ianges Inter
pull) Questions had to bo settled
vlth regard to the ubolltlon of Hi
clan s)stem ami ptlnees nnd their re
tainers had to lie placated, A luetho I
lliul to be detlsed for meeting neeov
"Marquis Ito. who was not "inoto
lb r.n Ihlil) yea i s old, was nt that
tlmo Assistant .Minister of Finance
He c nine lo tho United States, stud
led tho Ameilean llinnclal system nml
upon his iL-tuili to Jnpin orgnnlzed its
tin. inn's ,-ifli-r the method tolloned in
I'iiit .loli l'liiitiny; nt tlio Uul
hmn "Peace. I'roublod Heart I
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. I
ltvv. Alexander .Mackintosh said
lie Is not dead but sleeptb Do not
laugh J these words to scorn. The man
who believes In Jesus shall neer die
He ban inc power to tevorse the poet
thought to protc that i
The good men do 11 after tbeiu.
The otll is Interred with their bones.
We mourn beiause It was an Impious
deed that brought about the cm! of
that life anil deprived the world of
so much sweetness. This Is the my a
tcry unfathomable at piescut. Hut tvn
may prob.' It to the extent of our pow
(Contlnueil on page I )
1 II MI
IN SOUTH AMERICA
French Ship Prevents Venezuelans
From Firing on Colombians
Her Friendship is With
nistad. Sept. i'o. It In alleged
in good (minority that Xenesiic-
lii ii oillilal i In Ics arc- iniiib perturb
til itliil nnnojed over the reiwrted ne
Ion ol the French cruiser Suehct when
Ihv steamer Alexandre UUlo Innde)
I nt.,r .luring ll... .in.,.. .In. thu f...
lomblau gunboat General Pinion nrrlv
General I'nizoii nnd the t eiieziieian
Bb"ts, thus preventing an exchange,
..IT ... Ul !.. ..r...u i.. . - ..
ot suuts. Shortly after this the Geu-
eml Plnzon ste-nme'd away.
Aiinut noon tlm same day. the Vene
zuelan offlt fals nssert, the- Alexnudro
lllvlo in lived under u French Hag. Tim
Venezuelan gunboats showed no liitcu
1 1 1 in to molest her, but thoy weie np
pnreutl) iinxlous to attack tlm Co
lombians on tin shore who weie land
vtl there! from the Alexandre lllxlo.
The Vene-zuehius sny the Sue.i.t lilac-
en nerseir between tlielr gunboats ami
the Colombians Uurlug tlm landing.
Prance Is ge-nernlly suiposed lo be
frliii.ll) lo Colombia beeuuse of ennui
concesidoiis, mid not especially friend
ly to Venezuela, becniisn of cllffeiene-i'M
ovei' ccrtulu Trench claims vrhlch re
sulted lu the withdrawn! of the Kremh
Minister fiom Caracas In lijil.
San Francisco. Kept. 21. J. Me.
Cbesney of SI. W. SltCliesney & Sons
has come up from Honolulu nnd snyi
Tho sugar crop promises to be largo
In nil the districts but two. These two
districts nro only n very small propor
tion of the laud that is in sugnr. Tho
failure In these two Is due to drouth,
but all the other districts had all tlu.
aliis that were required. In the tw(
I'1".'11"1 tl'"'l' xht Pnnuhau and Ho
. Ilf 1UII ll ttl.l It til t I'lti a ii i-n Inn il.i.l
uokua plantations urn located.
. Huston, Se-pt. 31. The iinnunl state
ini'iit has been made public- of tho 111
tul )earof thu American Hoard of For
The total ri'i-elpts of tho ye-nr appli
cable for current expenses tt ere .197.
,171); tolnl oxpindlturc-s, 1717.AS1; ex
cess ol c-xpondltuies over re
in, which ail.leil to the
year tigo. makes the pi
Thu receipts fur tho inst tear, coin
pared with thoso of tho previous year,
show, a gain In donations (nun
churches and IndltidtinU of WO'Jf, a
shliikagct In receipts fiom t'. wtiui.m'k
boiufl of $ij,118, nnd a slulckuuu lu
legacies ol J30,:'JC
A Targo legacy was expected durli-i;
the )car, but for good reasons tin
payment bus been dufe-ricd for a few
woeksy Hnd this been received, It 1
stated, tho board would have) met iU
expenditures and would have maib i
cnnslderiilile roductiun In thu debt with
which It began tbo yc-tr.
AMERICAN BOP MI
I iJifc Common
itf m iWm
Theme lire the kind of hIioch wo
ttlllke It ll lllllnl to Keen, find c think thnt m l.nvM
l tHiiccccilcel pretty well. TRY US.
I Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
IOS7 Port Street.
I WIE NHE
ArePleasing to All
Public Men '
THAT SIMPLE DECLARATION
Greets Many Leaders of Senate and
House and Again States His
' Intentions to Follow
Wiisblngton. Sept. !. President
Itoosi'telt wnlked carl) to the Wblte
House today from the residence of his
brothei .In-law, Cuuimandcr Cowles of
the Nnty, arriving shortly beforu 9:30
o'clock Secretary Hay and "ecretary
Gngc came almost upon his heels and
saw the President for a few minutes
lu the Cabinet room, The doors of thu
White House wen- closed to the pub
lic, hut ailmlislon. of course, was nc
rorded to those who desired to see the
President personally, and within an
hunt; it score of nu'ii, prominent In pub
lic life1, hud called to pay their respects
and to extend their good wishes for
a successful administration. Among
them were Senators Scott and Klkini
of West Virginia, Senators Prltchard
of North Carolina. Stlllard of Nebras
ka and llurton of Kansas, and Itcpro
sintittltes Healwole, SIcCleary and
Stephens of .Minnesota, Gibson of Ten-nci-sec
l.ltlngstoue of Georgia nnd
D.i) ton of West Virginia All wera
drllghteil with the reception accorded
Senators Flklns nnd Scott con
gratulated the Preside nt upo-Tilic decl
Idiiu In had made when be took th
CMlll of olllc-f
"Tluit simple de-ilnratlon," said Sen
utor Seott. "Immcillately restorril con
fidence In the business world."
To the Minnesota representatives,
the Preshlent mulled the fact that It
was In their State- ho had made till
last public utterance ns Vice President,
and that in (hat "confession of taltb,"
as he characterized It. he committed
himself to the policy of StcKlnley, to
which he pledged his nilhercnc'0 upon
assuming the responsibilities of hla
office at lluffalo.
Representative Livingstone of Geor
gia was especially pleased with bis re
ception. The Georgia representative
had congratulated tho President, had
expressed the hope that his adminis
tration would be a success nnd had in
formed him that ns a Southern man
nnd a Georgian be would contribute
over)thlng In his power to that end.
Tho President replied that It would
be his aim to be tho President of tho
R hole people, without regard to geo
graphical tr or class distinctions;
that It wns the welfare of all which h
should seek to promote.
The ArtlstWhnt do you think of
The OlutorverOh! I ilunno. If you
don't tell nn) body where )i painted ll
I guess it won't elo tho farm any hurt
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Dellters packages lo any
part of the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
nil parts of the Usltcd
Stntcs and Ftirope.
Office. 1047 Ilethel SL.
opposite Honolulu Market.
When you hnvc n tiooel thing,
keep It. When you have worn
one poll ot our BANI8TR
SHOCK, you know whnt to cull
fur when you vviint another pair.
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