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NOW 1b the timo to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roots Put in Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
It over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work at heretofore.
Ettlmatet furnished,.. Work
i manthlp ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
lei. White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
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Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Plot and Gutter Work.
Jrlrnari Strut, bet. Quttn and Merchant sonotutu,
i JoH if frostily etuoaiJ to.
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I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast, I am
bow ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
Cive me a tr.al.
C. H. BROWN,
territory Stables. King St.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
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Removed to Room 306. Judd Building
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COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St., Near the Pottoffice.
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at Kallna aud take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
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city by ourte'ouj drivers.
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a New Lot of . . .
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CORNER KINO AND
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tatlon In laying that Pmn-Kuliii (i tUi
lot rmtJy t Lave ntar at band."
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fice from 70S Fort street to 343 KI113
street, next to Opera House.
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Office Tel. White 1371.
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OFFICE Hotel Stables
RESIDENCE "The California," Em
ma street 1D1C-3I.1
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURGfcON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office, 114C Ala
kea Street, opp. ne.walian Hotel.
Hours. J to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to S; Sun
days, 0 to 11.
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BOSTON BIDO ,
OVEB MAY CO.
Chinese and Japanete Firmt.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel ntar Nuuanu
O Bomti. TEL WHITS 01
laj!e tklrtf cleaned. Clothing
cleaned, ded and repaired.
Suits mede too'dtft
Fit guaranteed, LoAt&tp let.
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oar OrpQium Trtcat.r.
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will receive a limited number of pupils
Term commencing on and after Sep
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Acme Book Co Boi 38, Jtthavllle. N. Carolina U S
DETAILED ACCOUNT OF
RAVAGES IN HAMAKUA
First, Second and Third Fins With
Minor Ones at Paauilo and
Other Places-Work of
Goxernor Dole rec-ehed vesterdav
fiom Supeilntendent of Public Works
.Imni'H li. Ilnvil I he follow inc rnimnii
nlcatlon. under date of September 27,
teferilng pnrtlculaily to the dlsastrium
(uiest fires tiu the Ills Island:
Wnlmon, Hawaii, Sept. 27, 1901.
Hon. S. 11. Dole, Governor Territory of
Hawaii, Honolulu, T. II.
Sir: I have to present the following
rtatement of facts as a supplementary
and final letter on the subject of tlv;
rorest tires m thu iiamakua and Wnl
mon districts, on this Island, and ot
which said fires I was, in nccordanr-j
with your Instructions, to investigate
mid report to you thereon.
To Relieve Suspense.
Under date of the ISth Instant I for
warded a letter containing the lirlcl
Information of my visit to the location
attacked on the 21st 1 forwarded a
wireless telegraph message on th
subject, Intended to rellee suspend!
lis to the necessity of tbn fnrwnrdlii
of aid nnd assistance (to suppress the
fires) by thn Government. This letlT
will denl with matters not previously
presented In detail, and will cover
(ondltlons existing to this date.
On the morning of the l'Jth instnnt.
again under the guidance of Mr. Albeit
Horner, whose assistance was Inval
liable, he, with Mr. F. V. Carter, belli?
our guides on the fifty mile ride of
the previous day. Journey was made t(.
the scene of the Ookala fire for the
obtaining of desired Information and
Inspection. Alter a ride of over four
hours through the Ookala forests and
along a very rugged mountnln trail,
crossing gulches aud gorges by steer,
narrow and dangerous bridle paths
(during which Journey several minor
accidents happened to horses and rid
eis), nrrlvnl was mnde at a point in
the mountain forest about tu00 feet
(as stated In the barometrical reading
of Assistant Superintendent Campbell)
above sea level, nnd where wns plainly
presented the destruction wrought by
the fire In n thickly wooded forest r.n-1
the almost superhuman work which
accomplished tho retarding nnd su?
presslon of the conflagration.
Not Entirely Extinguished.
The smoking trees and ground
showed that the fire was not entirely
extinguished, and the horses in travel
Ing over tho ground frequently sunk
their feet nnd legs below the surface,
and unexpectedly revealed deep hols
of smouldering fire which were burled
from one to two and three feet from
Eight or outward Indication. This sub
tenancan action or the fire, aside from
the havoc made In the forests, Is ro
gardc,d by planters as most destruct
ive to the productive qualities of tha
soli. Here was noticed the tact. JihIk-
ment and good work accomplished oy
.Messrs. waikcr. iiorner and Cartel'
tact In the Joining of their forces to
gether, the laborers from both nlan
tatlons being worked together against
the common enemy: Judgment lu the
digging of many miles of trenches to
pievent tho leaping across thp road
ways by the fire, and good work In tho
successful suppression, nfter inar.v
Hours or hard battling with the fininc
Wind Plays Havoc.
At and during tho nre a very hli?n
wind prevailed, which caused spark
to bo distributed long distances from
the orlglnnl point of commencement,
end It was stated that several time's
the woods, some hundred ards In tho
rear, were on fire, while nttentlon was
being concentrated against the prot;
ress of tho conflagration in front.
(Mr. Carter nnd a band of his laborers
came very near being enclosed In n
fire belt from this distribution or
sparks from lofty burning trees at thu
time of the Horner flre.) When 11 if
remembered that there was not a drop
of water aval'.'de for quenching Mm
fires, nnd that the long continual
drought had caused all the under
growth to be of a tlnder-IIke natuvi.
It cdn bo readily believed that tin
work of suppression was remarkable,
and well worthy of favorable com
ment and recognition. Iloth Mr. Hor
ner and Mr. Walker have established
laborers' camps In the upper forext
areas to prevent further spread, an 1
to suppress any dangerous outbreaks
of fire within their properties.
Through Coffee Lands.
Shortly beforu sundown on tho lClh
Instant departure was made from tho
lorost lands, and Journey was contin
ued through the destioyed nnd injured
coffee plantations of Messrs. Osborne,
end of Mr. Horner and others. In
vestlgatlon showed that the colTm
plantation of Mr. Osborne was entlro
ly destroyed, whllo Mr. Horner bii.'
fercd but slightly, In comparison.
After tho completion of further In
vcBtlgatlon. during the making of
which much valuable Information anil
assistance was given by Mr. Albeit
Horner, nt whose hands, as well as bj-
Mr, J, M. Horner, tho party was iht
leclpleut of kind and even generoui
hospitality, return was mado Horn thu
scene or the Hamakua forest fires, nad
to tho established headquarters a.
Walmca. The result of the luvostlci
tlon made resulted, ns you have been
Informed by wireless message, of th?
lire ueing miner control, although still
burning, and that no assistance wa
required from the Government.
Some Narrow Escapes.
Arrival back at Watmea was nittdf
ou Saturday, the 21st Instant, and u
needed rest was taken on that day and
on the next, Sunday. During the threa
days used ai the Investigation, over
120 miles of territory was traversed,
und although several narrow escapes
occurred, no accident of moment hap
pened to any of the party. Every en
dtavor was made to obtain full aal
decisive Information relative to the
fires, and the results arrived at, an
before stated, were from n full an I
very complete Inquiry, nnd nothing has
since occurred to cause a change i-i
tho statement forwarded to ou of the
non-necessity of aid from the Govern
ment. First Fire.
Before closing I deslro to present
for your Information a few brief facts
relatlvo to tho fires Investigated, vU
Ookala Started on July 3d, on land
of .Henry Una, a homesteader at Nlu
pen (May 12). This flre travol-d
through tho Osborne coffeo lots, oth
er homestead lots aud lands belonglus
to the Government. The flre branch
ed and spread to the Ookala cann
fields, and the Kaala land under lease
to the Ookata plantation, and also to
the lands of Kukalau and Habolalole.
The forests In the mauka portion ofthe
Ookala lands are still smoldering, but
hope Is entertained of the ground and
forest Arcs Boon being extinguish? J
completely by reason of the now pro
Milling light, but frequent, night
Pohokea This was the second fir".
and started on the homestead of "Tint"
.Madden (lot 17, map 11). This fire
burned over several homestead lots in
the 'Vicinity, and also spread to lo'.s
In Kaapano (Dove homestead map).
Kaohe-i-Thls was the third flro 'n
number, but the largest In area, an. I
the most destructive. The fire Is stal
ed to have been started by some bo-,
hunters, searching for honey, and who"
by nresumed carelessness. Inst run
trol of their flre, and In fright dulnye.l
and finally avoided calling for help or
Riving Information of Its existence.
'i'hls flro started In lot No. 40, a small
homestead, and spread both ranldlv
and widely. This flre destroyed tofTey
rind enne of the Homers, and ran on
to halopa gulch and Kalopa proper,
These lands nre Government, but un
der lease to Messrs. J. Parker nn 1
i:. J. M. Horner. The Kaanaha home.
Btcads have nearly all been reached
by the flic. It Is now, however, tinder
full control and. although no rain of
much volume has fallen, strong hope
are entertained or complete suppres
sion. The fires above mentioned hnvo
covered an area between thirty nnd
lorty square miles, and much Injur
has been caused to soil nnd forest
The prevailing drought has been thu
main cause of the extensive spread.
On the evening or the 21st (9 p. m.).
Information was received by me of a
conflagration existing at one of tho
Paauilo homesteads, but definite In
lormatlon relative thereto was not ob
tained until the next day. Information
was obtained that a flre Innuest would
be held, and I sent Mr. Haitghs, th
Government forester, who wns her,
to go forward on Monday nnd attend,
or be present, at the Inquest. He wn?
present nnd has reported that the In
quest revealed nothing further than
thnt the flre was In n homesteader's
cane, nnd burned only a small portion.
There have been several other small
fires reported, but with but little dam
age attached. The drought continual,
nnd In the Wnliuen district. the paucity
or water flow causes seml-stagnntlon
in the source from which the people of
the district obtain their supply, nnd
the Impure water has developed (or, is
so reported) many cases of typhoid
fever, which disease Is now prevalent
one death occurring therefrom on
Thursdny last. Other people nre rs
ported suffering. ery respectfully,
J. II, 110YD.
Washington. Sept. 14. As bearing
upon the probable procedure of Theo
dore Roosevelt In assuming the office
ot President 01 the United sintes, tho
following ractB relating to the acces
sion or Chester A. Artnur to the Pres
idency are Interesting:
On September 22, three days after
Garfield died, President Arthur enmo
to Washington and took tne oath ol
olllce which he had already taken In
New York on the 20tb when notlflc-i
of Garfield's death. After being swori
In. President Arthur ilelivcreu a briei
Inaugural address, in which he said:
"The wisdom of our; lathers foreso!
Ing events of most dlro possibilities
made sure that the Government siioulu
never be Imperilled, because of tho
uncertainty of human Inc. Men may
dlo but the fabiics or our free Institu
tions remain unshaken. No higher or
more nssiirlng proof could exist or thi
strength and permanence of popular
government than the ract that, though
the chosen of the people be smirk
down, his constitutional successor ii
peacefully Installed witnotit shock or
straln, except tne sorrow which
mourns the bereavement.
"Thu gloom and anxiety which has
enshrouded the country must ninke
repose especially welcome now. No
demand for speedy legislation has
been heard; no adequate occasion is
apparent for an unusual session ot
Congress. The Constitution dollnei
the functions nnd powers of the Ex
ecutive as clearly as those of clthw
of the two other departments of the
Gnvei nment, and he must nnswer lor
the Just o.Ncrrlso of the discretion it
permits nnd the performance of the
duties It Imposes."
On the same day President Arthur
appointed a day of mourning (four
days Inter) lor his predecessor. On
the nexf day, September 23, he Issued
n proclamation convening the Senate
In extraordinary session for the pur
pose of electing a President Pro Tern
poro of the body, none having been
chosen while Vice President Arthur
was In office. No such emergencv
arises now, ns Senator Fryo, of
Maine, was elected President Pro
icmporo on the death of v"lco Prosl
dent llobart. and after his death en.
sided over the Senate until the 1th'
oi .Mnrcn last, when Vice President
Itoosovelt was sworn In.
One of Piesldent Arthur's first nc.i
was to ask all the members of I ho
Gni field Cabinet to retain their placer
until tho regular meeting time of Con
gress In December. This they nil did
with the exception oi William Win
ilom, Secietnry of ino Treasury, who
resigned nt once to become a inndlda'o
for Senator from Minnesota. In De
cember an entirely new Cabinet, with
the exception of Robert T. Lincoln,
Secietnry of War, was Appointed.
THEY RECALL AN OMEN
Hurfnlo, Sept. 13. A Btrnnge sto.-y
was told by many of the IlufT.iio p-o.
pla who stood waiting under the rice
trie lights at the corner near the .Mil
burn house. It was iecnlli-1 again nnd
Again during the night by on-.' nnd nn-
otner. About six weeks ago trior.'
wns a competition at the Exposition
grounds among several flrewfiikt (oin
pnnies. .One of the largest piei.'i3
was n tire portrait of Vice President
Roosevelt. Under his portrait wem
Hie three words, "Our Vlco President,'
In red, white and blue letters. Til's
plcturo had hardly become so dUtlnrt
that the features were lecognlzablo
when the first two words went out ns
though they had been snuifed. Tho
word President burned brighter mil
brighter under the portrait until thev
Many of those who saw tho thln-t
commented on It at the time. Most
spoko of It lightly as an omen that
Vice President Hooseveit would "jo
elected President of tho United
fitntea In 1901, but not a few we-u
heard to say that they hoped that It
did not mean that any untoward thlnj
was to befall President McKlnley.
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That's the way the headache feels
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MAX GESSLER.Ph. C, Mllwauktt, Wis.
WHEN ATTEMPT WAS
Mrs. Harriet Maxwell Converse ot
New York' city has a lettor describ
ing the attempt to assassinate Presi
dent Jackson, written by Congress
man Howell of Steuben county, lo
her aunt. Mrs. Frances Cameron. Mrs.
Converse's father, Thomas Maxwell of
Chemung county, was also a member
of Congress at that time.
Congressman Howell was a witness
ot the attempt to kill Piesldent Jack
son. His letter Is aated at Wash
ington. January 3d, 1S33, on the even
Ing of the day of tho event. This is
I have been under a high degree ot
excitement all the afternoon at a most
daring attempt to assassluate the
president at the Capitol today. Wo
had been attending the funernl of u
deceased member. Congressman Davis
oi soutn uarollna, and too President,
as Is usual on such occasions, was
present. After the religious service!
In the Hall were concluded the corpse
was removed from the Hall through
the Rotunda by the grand plnzza at
the east to the hearse, followed by tlu
Representathcs, Senators, President,
heads of Departments and Judiciary in
As the President came out of the
Rotunda a man advanced toward him
from the front nnd when he approach
ed within two yards presented a ul
tol and attempted to discharge It .it
his breast. It was what Is railed .1
percussion lock, which Is primed with
a little copper cap containing percus
sion or detonating powder, a mat
rial i.ie most combustible nnd consti
tuting a means of firing nny weapon
with the most fatal certainty. This
cap exploded without discharging the
pistol, which was Instantly dropped
by tho miscreant nnd another drawn
from his bosom and snapped at tho
President with a celerity that prevent
ed all possible Interference by tho by
standers nnd resistance by him. But
he observed the attack and the lion
was aroused at once. He raised nU
cane (the only weapon in his reach I
and aimed a blow at the assassin. At
the same, time Capt. Ocdney seized
him nnd threw htm down. Mr. Wood
bury, who had hold the President's
arm, Immediately assisted and he was
disarmed and secured.
The passions of tie President were
up nnd for a few minutes his frown
was appalling. He is certainly the
most extraordinary man of the ago
No blanching, no timid misgiving even
for a moment afectpd him. He saw
the attempt upon his life was calculnt-
There wns a gospel temperance
meeting nt the Honolulu Iron Works 1
at the noon hour yesterday which was
led by Francis Murphy. The temper
nnce leader was accompanied by Rev,
W. D. Westervelt and Dr. L. M, Hnrl
ley, Tho work assigned to these two
workers was the handing about nt
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when Geuler's Magic Headache wafers
are used. They send a merciful mess
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t Gessler's Magic
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do not simply relieve they cure.
m US I Ei! I
"I hava kaen a terrible aulfarer for yaarij
hiva irid ev.rv rem.d on the market and
none that Uaipromrtandaureatroura."
Oeo. M. Savard, Tepeka, Kaa.
Ing, determined purpose, and he only
thought of resistance, naked and un
armed as he was. Every trace of ago
had lied he stood a giant In his youth
and towercu above all his attendants,
as the falcon towers above partridge?
in her stoop upon tho quarry.
I Dut, my dear madam, what an ns
'tonlshlng Instance of the superintend
ing care of Providence over a life so
long devoted to and so Important to
our country. The pistols were caic
fully examined and prove to have been
heavily charged with tho greatest care
and not perceivable why they did not
go off. Such an instance of the fail
ure of two such weapons so prepared
never occurred In the knowledge ot
nny man. They were calculated for
the greatest certainty that such weap
ons admit of and one would have been
willing to rely on their fatal fidelity io.
his life; and yet they faned. Dlessod
be God for his mercy and that "Ills
arm Is not shortened thnt he cannot
Tho monster wns taken beforo tho
Judge and examined, but no light 13
thrown upon this mysterious transac
tion. It has only transpired that tho
name of the culprit Is Lawrence, by
traae a printer, raised in this city and
hitherto of good character, but nil' in
ducement to the perpetration of tho
dreadful crime Is ttndlscoverable.
Strange surmises aro afloat. By somo
II Is regarded as the effect of Insanity.
1 which receives somo countenance
from the strange desperation of th-j
I attempt that was made as to render all
1 hope of escape Impossible nnd also by
the circumstance of his stntlne in tim
aiursnai wnue in his custody on tho
way 10 examination in nnswer to 1111
inquiry wny he had mado such a ne
farious attempt upon the life of thi
President that tho President had kill
ed his father, when tho fnct Is that his
father died in this city somo years
ago. which he well know. '
Others think that they can dlscov
er In this daring villainy the consum
mation of the conspiracy which last
winter occasioned those letters to be
sen to the President threatening him
wl; assassination If ho did not re
store deposits to tho Bank of the Unit
ed States. All Is excitement. All is
mystery nnd wild conjecture. Tlmo
alone can solve the mystery. I nm
still so agitated as to be scarcely able
to Indite a single coherent paragraph,
and my hand trables feo as hardly to
write legibly, although tho act occur
red at 2 o'clock and It Is now mid
night. But I will dismiss this unpleas
ant subject If possible.
This Is the night Eet for the farewell
to Francis Murphy, who leaves for
homo. In the'Mailposa tomorrow. Th.
time has been set for 8:30 In order
that all those who wish to nttend the
regular Wednesday evening prayer
meeting may not bo deterred from so
doing. Murphy hall is the place whero
the meeting Is to be held,
Agents, Brokers and Jobbert.
II. P. DALDWIN President
J. D. CASTLE lBt Vice President
W. M, ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE , Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
OEO. 11. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pata Plantation Company.
Nnhlku Sugar Company.
Klhcl Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
Tie Califonla and BritittiS. 5. Ct.
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Company ot
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U, S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:'
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & GOOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis. Ma
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
LIFE3 and FIRE
Nbw England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
iCtna Fire Insurance Company
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. GltTard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr. . . .Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTO OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,, Walluku Sugar Co.,
Mnkeo r,ugar Co., Hnleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas, Berwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P, C. Jones, H. Wi
terhouse and Geo, R. Carter, Director.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULt
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Genoral Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant St. : Honolulu.