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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. OOTOIiKll J. 1901.
PmOE 5 Oknts.
Von. XT. No. 1050.
ROOSEVELT'S Oil A UK TRIAL ENDED WSt H Till BROKERS JOYFUL '
WITH POWER BEHIND IT
ENTERS THE FIELD
AND MARKET STRENGTHENED
WHAT HAWAII RANCHER t?
(- (! III1KWI. . im
HAS TO SAY ON SUBJECT
BY CABLE REPORT
'rltl l Win! ltVv"l I
The Pacific Mill Co.. Ud., of this city
has ionic forth before the people of
the Territory with n business proposl
thnt was planted on an agreement with
the plantation, as there was no cer
talnty of the cane eer helnK usetl as
tlon that has been brewing for some seed. The contract was that the plan-
months past, that may be considered ' tatlon was to buy all of the cane when
n't once as n benefit and a boon to all. 1 1 was tcqiilred. The prlt o was to have
Having Increased the capital stock been 25 cents per bag. the plantation
from 112.000 to $50,000, the full limit stnndlng all the expense of cutting,
allowed by tho charter, the companv bagging, etc.
now pioposcs to start Into the lumber, The planters feel very Kindly toward
business on a laige scale, furnishing Mr. Castle for buying their cue. as the
material for housebuilding at o rat wording of the contract did not really
per thousand, appreciably lower than .hind him to the agreement.
the prevailing rate, Emmet May. pres-1
Ident of tho Pacific Mill Co.. said th'ii
morning In an Interview with u Ilule
REPORTS OF WHAT WAS
DONE DURING THE YEAR
Affairs Excellent Paper By
Mrs. Tarbell Good Work
of Mrs. Thompson.
The regular annual meeting of the
"Wo have made a very favorable con
tract with tho Inman, Paulson Co. of
Portland, Ore., the largest lumber pro
ducers of the Northwest, by the terms
of which we nrc given the excluslvoi
- m . I .1...!.. f....l,. In "
agency lor cue snie ui im-u- ntmii m
the Territory of llnwall.
The Pacific Mill Co. was originally
lni-nrnnrnttil for $12.0l0. taking over
the old Enterprise min. The limit of Mis3 Lawrence Tells of Condition of
capitalization according to our charter
was 10.000 and we have now Increas
ed our capital to the full limit. Iavter
on. If It is found that more capital Is
n-eded. we will apply to the Treasurer,
or an Increase to a figure not less than
"I might say here that the lnman,
Fruition Co. hns taken a nortlon of 'thu
piesent Increased stock which shows Trio Kindergarten nnd Children's Aid
conclusively their good faith In the Association wns held In the Y. M C
proposition with which wo approached A lmlj ,,,, f,)rpll0n ttith a large num.
them They Intend sending here I, , th, , attendance. Mrs.
tiaftf Ftitiirn n mnn intlmMMl npfltlftint i
r, with tho lumber business, who will W. '. Allen pieslded. In udd.tlon to
he the superintendent of our yards the reading of reports and papers and
hetr. He will also be Included In the the election of officers, u number of
.ompany us one of Its director and as ,,nllllnr ,,ynllI11 ,.r). auns
represent ng the Inman, Paulson Co. ,, ,, . .. ... , m
"The Pacific Mill Co. has leased J T" Mi "' t,1B t,,ectlon "f fflcor8
piece of land next to Oalm Jail and " follows: Mrs. C. M. Hyde,
formerly the United States Clocrn. president; Mrs. V. K. Allen, first vhc
yient corral. It contains one and one- piesldrnt; Mrs, S. II. Dole, second virn
half acres of land and our lease Is fof piesldent; Mis. John Usborne, third
ten yenrs. On this piece, we Intend t vice piesldent; Mrs. A. D, Wood, re
eieit lumber sheds and a yard office. ' lorillug secretary, Mrs. K. .M. Swutizy,
The main ofilce will bo In the present treasurer; Mrs. II. C. Coleman. Mrs.
quarters occupied by us. There la W. K. I-'reur and Mrs. J, T. McDonald,
quite a little space at that place and financial secretaries and W. 1. Howard
we Intend keeping there lumber for auditor.
1 1 tailing. i' The general report of the association
"One of tho most Important steps wo work was presented by Miss Lawrence
have taken Is the making of an agree- who stated, among other things, that
Hunt with tho O. R. & U Co., signed there exist at present in tho Territoiy
and executed today, by which we will, fourteen kindergartens nnd five In h
1 1' enabled to get our In in her Into the city, with n total attendance of M''
yards with the greatest of ease. Tun! children.
agreement,ls to the ctTect that the rail-1 The Vineyard street kindergarten
road company will put In a switch, has proven a success, hast year, this
from tho inllroad wharves to the him-1 place' was In charge of two Chlncsi
her yards and take the cargoes as they girls but this car. Miss Ila'rlnw has
come, directly front the holds and taken tharge.
REFUSES GUARD WHEN
NOT IN A CROWD
Causes Some Criticism But the Presi
dent is Positive in His Opinions
Walks and Rides
New York, Sept 24. A special to
the Sun fiom Washington says: Pres
ident ltoosevolt has been criticized by
peine who arc steuluing for a chant e
to unfavorably compare his conduct In
public ami pilvate matters with that
of his predecessor for declaring thnt
he will not at nil times be surroundo I
by visible guards belonging to the S
ciet Service or members of the loir I
police force. The President's declarr.
tlon Is called "bravado and ret Mm
ness." His critics profess to regit rl
It ns another Illustration of bis rest
less, aggressive egotism.
Itoosovclt has expressed his mini
fully on this subject since Melinlr
was shot, and lie Is not at nil aver'
to having his view thoroughly uiiilir
stood. He thinks thnt guards .r-
necessary about Hie person of tl..'
President on public occasions or when
ho Is attending large crowds, but ..i
will not tolerate their presence wind
going nbout ordinal' business or so
cial duties. When itoosovclt went
norschuck riding last Saturday with
Uciu-rnl Leonard Wood It was plalr.'V;
noticeable that the Utter hail u hit
army plstoUIn his hip pocket, Whlt.i
there have been no visible signs that
Piesldent ltoosevelt goes about sitnl.
tarty equipped for trouble, there i
good reason for bellev Ing that I e I
prepared In defend hlmselfi
Government olllehns do not ngn-v
with lloosevell. 'I hey believe Mo i
rnutlonH inn be too great tor the pro
tec tlon of the Ciller Kxeeutlvu of tho
Nation lu view of tlnee nssasslnatlou.
since the CUM War
Washington, Sept. 21. - President
Roosevelt took u two hours' outing
late this afternoon, ill iv lug out wi 'i
Colonel .Sanger. Assistant Secretary of
War. at 4 o'clock. Tin' President re
turned nlutie about 7 o'clock nnd on
foot, the dust on l.ls hIioch giving evi
ill nee of tho fait tuut he had wnlkei
over cuiiittiy roads. After ululng. u
quiet (veiling wus spent at the WhltM
House In ompany with Hit hard W-u
sen Cllder of New link and Hiintli -r
HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,
WINS ALL IT CLAIMED
Judge Little Signs Findings in the
Case Heirship of Emma
Declaijd. " .
Judge (illhert V. Little has signed
the findings of the court on tho action
to quiet title ot the Honolulu Invest
nent Company, Limited, ug.ituit Helen
How land nnd others.
Thec.ise has been on trial fur several
dajs and the findings are these:
rirst This Is an action to quiet t1
Something Attut Hilo and Its Wtt
Footed Citizens of Yore
'Why Olaa Has
Writing of tho lorest tires on tin
Island ot Hawaii, n well known rnnc-i
pian of tht Islntul has thu tollowlng
"We have put In about fifty mites of
feme ou i-o muni lu February ot ls'ji.
aud now tno young trees ami undei
growth havoVome up so thick one can
hardly get through it on hotsebacl.
Start n lire anywheiu, nnd It would
tic to land lu Honolulu loiislatlng of UH01. H,;ronj; U fUit. 1 doubt If .)ii
two pieces, the first being described In 'would bo able to llml dry woott wltn
I .a ml Commission Awurd No 131, Hoy-I which to stmt a lire.
at Patent 1040, the second being tit "If tho forest shows this growth in
scribed In Iloj al Patent UOl. The Cve vears, what will It do lu teii? Ii
.ii ii t . i.. .hi , ion will remember, a few veara ago
pin nttrf claims u ee simple title man ot'uamakim publish
.....lli.t.ln.l ..,.. Itnlf t.. thlu ntntnrtv ' . ... . .....
"""""" """ " "" i-.-f.w i.it a letter ill one oi me Mono u,i
The court fintls' that the plaintiff, thu
Honolulu Investment Company, Lim
ited. Is a torporatloii existing under
ami by virtue of the laws of the Tt r-
rltory of Hawaii.
".Second The tourt finds tli.lt Theo
phlhiH Mettnlf, during his lifetime be
came and was at the time of his death
the owner In fee simple of the property
papers, saving that cattle did not t'.t
ktroy the forests. I wonder what lit
things nbout It uow.
"If there had been no cattle lu tL-'
forest, thu undergrowth would lmv
been so thick and consequently th"ie
would hnvo been so much dnmpnovs
that no lire could have started lu tlu
"When first 1 went to llllo. sonv
Klock-brokers as a cUbs are as mm l Commercial Cable Company now ti".
overjoye-tl at tho news of a prospect- fine them These papers were refer
Ive cable between t(ie Coast and thv red tothe ilepartment by the fietre-
J'resldentlal nppiotnl of the Commer-
rial Cable t ompany s application.
lit tore renileriug an oninlon iinon
the iippllratlon of the Commercial Cu
Me Ciimpanv the department Is exum
tiling the Inw to ascertain If there h
nny special legislation nffectlng Hi
wall ami the Philippines which wl'l
stop exeiutlve approval of thu appllra
to thu lumber
decks of the vessels
"Our first order has already
plared and wn expect a vessel here
with a full cargo In thirty dajs' time.
IJ that time, the premises near the
Ilesldes excursions Into the country
nnd picnics, the children of tho klndi-
been gartens have enjoyed, through ch
kindness of Captain llerger, a number
of band concerU.
The meetings of the mothers hnvo
Oalm Jail, which we have already taken proven a potent fnctor In tho success of
possession of. will be icady for bust- the kindergartens which aro at present
nes. In addition to this, the O. n. &. L. filled to their utmost rapacity. There
Co. promises that the track from the are a large number of children avail
railroad wharves to the lumber yards .able for kindergartens If only mine
v.ill be completed.
"fly thtse urrnngcmentB with the In
man, Paulson Co. and tho rallro.nl
cr.mpany we will be enabled to lay tins
money were forthcoming to Inciease
the extent of the work.
There nre at present twenty-one chll
dren In tho training school. Miss liar
lumber In our ards at $3 per thousand .low was recently given a dlplnmn and
fret less than tho prevailing cost In Miss Mftamura, a certificate from(tht
Honolulu at the present time. We will .Institution. The training school has
also be enabled to oiler better faclll-1 organized n club which meets ouc'j a
ties to the buyers on the other Islands month for n social time. To these, tho
and down the road. young Indies arc permitted to take
"It Is our Intention to carry a stock i their men friends.
o; at least 2,000,000 feet of lumber. Wo
expect to have two or three vessels
here each month, ob the demand re
quires. In the neighborhood of CO,
000,000 feet of lumber per year Is dis
posed of In the Islands. All we want
Is our fair share of tho business. Wo
have felt thnt thero Is plenty of room
In Honolulu for another lumber yard
nnd wo havo gone to work on that
proposition. I may say In conclusion
that we have ionic to stay."
KONA PLANTERS PLEASED
Kallua, Hawaii, Oct. 3, W. Muller
o.' Kalluu. states that W. It. Castle,
promoter of the South Kona Agricul
tural Co,, has bought all of the cane
The Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern In'
provementi; $40 a month.
Also large residence bn the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
Iw M i H.yjVI Sfil flF'&Qa
Mrs, Tnrbell read a most Instructive
and Interesting paper entitled, "Tl e
Tiansformatlon In n Neighborhood bv
the Influeuie of a Kindergarten." Miss
Pnnabaker of the Castle Home, read a
paper on "Christ In the Kindergarten"
and Miss Harrct cnother on "fleorge,
n Kindergarten Problem."
Mrs. V. Thompson, whose work In
the kindergartens of the city cannot
he too highly commended, reported
visits to tho various Institutions vary
ing fiom three to five a day In the In
terests of the cleanliness of tho chil
dren In attendance. Tho most scrims
cases of sickness met with were at thu
Kapalamu klndvigartcn. One child hij
scut to the hospital and others have
been treated at t no government dispen
sary. Mrs. Thompbon laid special
stress on tho need of n children's hos
pital In tho city for the treatment of
Just such cases ns the ones she has
met with In her visits.
Mrs. II. L Marx reported for tlw
affiliated kindergartens at tho Castle
place on King street, Kwa, Wnlolnn,
Hamakuapoko nnd Lahalna. S)ie wns
followed ly Miss Johonsop., who to
ported on the CasHc Home to the effect
that tbero aro twcho children ratirfng
In age from 3 to 14 years, now In at
tendance theie, In conjunction with
this report, Dr. Waterhouso reported
tho health of the children In tho Ciu
tie Home ai being excollcnt.
Scvcrnl alight changes In ttia consti
tution we.'e made and tho mec'lng adjourned.
J. A. Thompson, master, lias filed
an additional report on the nilmiiits
nation nl the estate of James K. Ke
Ivunla, late of Kan, ilei-uased. He IIiilV
that the Manhattan life Insurant o po'.
icy wus paid and that tho supplement
ary account of the administrator an I
udhilulstralrlx show a bulante of
eighty cents due them. J. K. Kckur.l.t
Jr.. ami Walluii Kekuulu, vv'ho fill thou
oQIces, paid the legacies to themsulvcM
In full, but thosu to the four other leg
atees only In part. The master makes
no luniments but appends a trana'..
tlon of the will to his report.
Tho Walalua Hotel Company, by It
attorney, (leorge A Davis, answer.
tho complaint of the A. Harriscm Mill
Company. In addition to a genvruCils
nlul it declares it novel was ludibte.i
to plaintiff us nlleged in the tint uli I
second counts of the declaration
Maria tie Jesus Tuvnres. b'hT a''
tuiney. Cnilos A. Long, tllbton lnu'j
her petition for probate of the will "i
Thu leptut of .1. A. Thompson, trim
tor, on the i'OinitH of KiimI I.. Wnl
ilron, administrator of the estntu oi
Jumes Hutihiugs, finding them cor
rect, has been auiiroved.
The report of A. O. ivuiilukou. niiit.-
tcr. on tho llnnl nccount or William o.
4inltb, guuiillan of l-.chel P. V. Oav
now of age, lias been approved an I
thu guardian discharged. '
In the nctlon to quiet title or Jul! i
Knlclnaul et ai. vs. C. Lai Young, tlu
defendant by his attorney, Lylo A
Dickey, lias llletl n uisciaimer oi any
Interest in the premises, he having
rouveed all his Interest to (5. IloK.
trustee, by deed lecorded on May Ti
1900, which was long before the ho
ginning of this action. He prnvs to
he heneo dismissed without costs.
Cuptuln -I. II. lllack, navigator,
Winter, Journalist, huntsman and local
chronicler for a generation past, today
attained his seventy-first birthday. Hn
holds himself straight as ever and his
otep Is alert. At present Captain lllack
It doing duty as a Juror in the Circuit
Court. He has lived In the Hawaiian
Islands for thlrt)-slx years. Tor some
lime ho run n trading vessel between
the Islands and ho Is u part owner of
the Advertiser n'owspaper. Captain
lllsck is accepting thu congratulations
of his hosts of friends for his ability to
discard the general precedent of men
who pass thrco score and ten years by
his remaining brisk nnd cheerful, as
well as continuing to perform both
private and public duties with uncom
tit scribed In the complaint and that 'evt'iuei n jenrs ago. everi;o-iy t-ai
,,.,. ,., ,.., t,ii i. .i, -- i rleil an umbrella, wore rubbers mil
said property was devised by the last I wm, m,ttrl n tt ',,, root(,(, ,, ni(mlnl
will and testament of tho said Theo-i,,, , r,c,nu.,lt Uownpoui for whlcP
phllus .Melcalf to thl- chlldrt n of FnuiK that place wus noted. Now if vou visit
Metcnlf lawfully begotten and living at llllo It Is n nuu tiling to sue unoii-j
the time of the death of Frank Met- with an umbrella. If you do huppiti
c:lr, I to llml ono such, hu uses it to keep thu
.,.',, , ., . . ,, ., ,. I sun. not the inlu, off. Why, they even
"III r.l-Tie eou.t finds that Lmn.a m)K ,,r Kl.ttlllK ,,lro(!t vMi-r TIHs
Mettnlf Ikulku was the daughter of u all duu to tutting away und tlestn.
Prank Metcalf and Alice. Mettalf unit lug thu forests.
that Prank Mettnlf and Alice Metcalf I "Look at Olan. They had to tnil
were not lawfully liiter-marrled lit the water from llllo for tho lunorers mi
time of the birth of Ihnnia Mettnlf 'K "' '"'" ""' lc J,1;" a1'
ruuiiuit ii iii-f
nluilfitlmi , ntu I tit ci Ihn ToriiMt ttie
tcrmnrrlctl, that Ihnma Mettnlf lkalka mor Illooy jml ,un ,mt n the side of
was me lawiuuv negoiien cniui or tm,r hnving Jujt so muih less ra'n
Fiank Metcalf and at the death of .k nny old resident of Olaa If It mini.
Prank Metcalf became a tlevlsev undei .there as ninth now as In a few ye-irs
the will of Theophllir Mejtnlf. prevlous mid he will certainly answer
"Fourth Tim court finds that Km-.' '
mu Mettnlf lkalka upon the death of
Plunk Metcalf bet time entitled to an
ur.illvldeil one-hnlf of the property In
question In fee simple,
"Fifth Tim lourt furtlier finds that
the plaintiff ncfiilred all the rights of
nuima Metcalf lkalka to this property.
"Sixth The court fintls that the
nlfllritlff MHMtC In tan eltnntu ni itmllvlil-
etl one-half of the premises described """ "Iea""' ,0 8ay m ,rBl,lie' ,,a
time of the birth of Ihnnia .Mettnlf 'iiK ago, wiieii. tuny . jet. m
IVatka. ai.,1 thnt Prank Metcalf and 7 1';",1"'',1' 'n ". r ?'ol II
.,, ,, . ,, , ., . H , tcot. not by the Inch. Thu more Oliu
Alice Mettalf subsetiucntylawfu y In- ,, ', llU ,lllo lho fonvi ,K
75 PERCENT DIVIDEND
Honolulu, Oct. I, lyoi.
Bvenlug Uullctln: Since having my
advertisement In )our paper I am
Increased at least 7.1 per rent.
1)11. W. It. IlOOLE.
Chiropodist, Arlington block.
Honolulu. Oct. 4. 1901.
Sen water has been struck In exca
vating for tho foundations of Lowers
A. Cooke's building, on tho former site
of tho Oiillck residence, King street,
It was reached when n Bccond layer of
black sand was pierced. Pumping will
havo to bo done until the foundations
Tomoriow night and Monday night
nro positively the farewell perform
ances of the Poltard Lilliputian Opera
Co In Honolulu. The sparkling mlll
loiy musical will he produced. In
onler to give the lit tin ones a treat
the management has decided to glvo a
matinee tomoriow afternoon. Doors
0 en at 1:30; performance to com
ment 0 nt 2 sharp. Children half prlco
to all parts of tho theater.
herein referred to In plaintiff's hill' of
"A Judgment will be given for the
plaintiff us pravrd for In acrordanro
with the views herein expressed when
presented by counsel for the nlalntlff."
Oeo. A. Davis nnd ItobertBon & Wll- 5'pe Jury
der for plaintiff; Thomas Fitch for High Sheriff Ilrowu did not summon
Tho. Metcalf ami Frank (lodfrey. trus- the Jury In the case of the llalley hi
tee; Andrews, Peters & Andrade for j Ii shop fire until todav. Ho has the
l.mma M. Nakiilna; Kinney, Ilallou fc power to tall not luks than three uur
MtClaunhan for Helen Howland unit more than six. Hu hus chosen four
James Pnjsser. linen anil these arc as follows: Thos.
r 1 1:. Wall, C. 11, Collins, W. W. Dlmond
For groceries, ring up lllue lilt. and P.rncst Thrum.
Players , . vote.
ROBERTSON 9 146
CHILLINaWORTH ' 1644
OLEASON :... '..!!!!l',483
LESLIE A .. .. ! 91,
M08SMAN '... 855
MAHUKA "..'.. .. 391
JACKSON ,V -57
BROWN ' 167
KAAI . 152
BOWERS , 151
GAY , ,' 66
8HELDON .' k 53
WRIGHT ". ". 52
BULLOCK .' 42
SIMERSON '. 36
In nddltlon to thu coupons to be cut
from the first page of tho Uullctln,
new subscribers uro to bo given re
ceipts with coupons nttached, entitling
them to votes us follows:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750'votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
These coupons nro detachable) nnd
must bo torn from tho subset Iptlon ic-
celpts and deposited in thu ballot box wiihmnn, 517 Port street, nnd wll. bo
the same as tho first pago coupons. It presented to tho plnyer receiving tho
will bo seen that ror n. tne suuscrip- greatest milliner of votes nt tho close
r business 1ue.11 in
ranelico. tlftV Hast
aud Honolulu a good deal of busim-M
U transacted by mall This Is in iniiuv
Instances unite unsatisfactory, as dur
ing the seven days Intervening ho
tween the places values nnd price i
ire very liable to thatTge, With li
stant communication thu' stock bust
ness here will be greatly benefited by
the telegraph, ns holders Doth he-e
ind on thu Mnlulaiul will bo In tnuei
with each other, and thu great dlffei
ence In prices -ctweeu San I'runclsej
and Honolulu will be done away with.
Whether San Francisco or' Honolulu
will control the market on Hawaiian
securities remains to bo seen
Tho news Is already having Its e'
feet on vnlues mid It anticipation o!
the coming of the t.tble, ninny Intpilr
ies for the vacant seat In the Sto-r
i:change hnvi been made and the oi
fers have greatly Increased In villus
During the great activity In stocKc
here the Stotk nxchnnge seats were
estltuated at a value of from five tc
hit thousund douars. At the pres-to
time during the dullness they nre not
In such great demand, and consequent
ly will bilng less. With direct c-abic
communication, however, and the)
greater opportunity to Indulge In n
broader field of stock business, It is
dltllcult to anticipate what n titocl
Kxehange scat would be vvjrth.
There has been no news receives1
here slnie annexation that has hern
as good ns the cable news receive 1
yesterday, anil all along the line thorn
is Joy In the hearts of the business
MACKAY'S BIG 6CIII.MII.
Albany, N. Y Sept. laV-The Com
tuerclal Pacific Cable Company, with
a capital stock of IliiO.txiO, was Incoc
poruted bere today by tne following
men John W. Mnckay. Clarence II
Maekny, Kdward C. Plait. Albert Ileelc
(le-orge (,. ward. Albert II. cnantller
nnd William W. Cook.
Ituspeetlng the purposes ami pr-s
perts of the new company, Mr, Math
ay said today that the Commercial t'a
clflc Cable Company hail been organ
ized for the purpose of la Ing 11 sub
marine cnblo from California to the
Philippine Islands by way of llono
Inlu. Tho lengtn of the ruble will be
about 85UU miles, the part to he fir it
laid being California to the awallai
Islands. This portion. Mr. Maekny ex
pects, will he In operation within nui.
months. The time required for the
laying of the remainder of the cahM
from the Hawaiian Islands to the Phil
ippine Islnnds will depend upon lu
quickly the cable can be made, but M".
Mac-kay believes thu whole cable will
be completed within two yeuns fro.n
On August 23d Mr. Mackay madu ap
plication to tho United States Govern
ment for landing rights In California
and tho Hawaiian Islands ami the
Philippine Islands. Ttie new company
Mr. Mackay announces, is wining in
lay the cnble on the same terms nnl
conditions at nn Francisco, Honolulu
ami Manila, so fnr as landing rlghti
are lonccrned, as wcro Imposed b
tho United Stntes Government on the
cable lines which have been landed
on the Atlantic const of the Unity 1
States. Thu now company does nut
ask any subsidy or nny guaranty
which Is Mr. Mackny.3 reason ror be
lieving thero will bo no trouble I'i
agreeing witn the Government on ih'i
terms ami conditions upon which tho
cable will be landed.
Tho now cable, when It reaches the
Philippines, will connect at that point
with the present submarine cable run
ning from the Philippines to Jnparj,
and also the cable running from th)
Philippines to China. A il licet cnlilti
route from Japan nnd China to tho
Unitetl Statcn will no thim establish
ed. Mr. Mackay savs that the present
cable rates rrom tho United States to
the Philippines and to China and Ja
pan will be reduced when the now
cabin Is laid from 30 to 60 per cent.
Washington. Sent. 24. Preslde-K
ttoosevclt has ample power to grant
tho application of the Commercial Ca
hie Company for permission to lay n
cahlu which shall connect Callfornl 1,
Hawaii and the Philippines
This will be the opinion which tho
ofltclnls of the Department of Justhr
will rentier upon tne papers of Ou
tftr there, are strong jifeeedents tor
Many official today -cay
IAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
PAYS FOR ITS SLANDER
t Had Appea'ed From Verdict of
Jury But Motion for Excep
tion Caused Change
The Hawaiian Gazette Company has
abandoned its appeal from the verdict
of a Jury awarding damages of $100 to
Kuguio Avery for n libelous publica
tion about him In the Pacific- Commer
cial Advertiser, a morning paper own
ed by the tlefendaut.
On the motion of defendant for a new
trial being dented by the court, thu
lefendant perfected an appeal to tht
Geo, A, Davis, attorney Tor Avery,
then tiled u motion for execution
against the Gazette corporation, ou
the ground that its bill of exception
was frivolous ami Intended only to de
lay Justice. Define this motion ramu
due for hearing the Hawaiian Gazettx
Com ii.iiij p.ibl the plaintiff the dam
ages iiwarde-d by tho Jury and costs of
court amounting altogether to tl39.r,0.
Ho Hoy Pined IOO.
Ho llov, the Chinaman arrested '1'
Deputy SherllT Chllllngworth on Mr
Cully street the other day, and m
whose place was found a complete -111
tilling apparatus, appeared In the Po
Ike Court Hits forenoon. Tho case of
distilling liquor was nolle prosd. nnd
the Chinaman wpg charged with sell
ing liquor without a license. To this
the defendant pleaded guilty aud '
sentenced to pay a tine of $100 anJ
KITCHENER NAY RESIGN
London. Sept. "7. The Dally Ncvvi
publishes an unconfirmed rumor tli'it
Lord Ivltcliener lias resigned ttie pot;
of itiniinniiiler in chief in South Africa,
owing to disagreements with Mr.
Urotlerlck, the War Secretary,
CcnHUH of Concentration Camps,
Umilon, Sept 2fi. The official re
turn Just Issued shows that the South
African concentration tamps In An
gust contained 137,819 persons. Tin
tenths numbered 2345, of which nu.11
her 1S78 were children..
Tho Merchants1 Parcel Bellvery
Delivers packages to any
part of thu city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped, to
nil parts of the United
States and Kuropo.
Office, 104T llethel SL.
opposite Honolulu MarkoL
will buy eighty votes If spent for
eighty single conies of tho llnllettn
with tho newshojs or nt the business
odlre. This amount of monoy, If ex
changed for n receipt for a six months'
subscription to the Uullctln, will se
cure 3r)0 votes. One dollar for ono
year's subscription to tho weekly edi
tion entitles the subscrluer to 100
Tho prlzo ottered by tho Ilulletln la
oil oxhlbltton in tho window of II. !'.
tlon prlco of thu livening Ilulletln for
ono j ear, "CO votes are allowed to n
new subscriber, wherens the samo
of thu contest Oct. 15,
Votes deposited at this office will
be Included uniting the scattering until
amount of money would buy only 110 tho contestant hns received n totnl of
votes If spent for Blnglo copies of t'io 10, Prom that tlmo tho names will b
Uullctln on tho street. Tho sum ot Jl, published.
HONEST WEAR FOR THE NONEV
18 WHAT EVHRY BUYER WANT8 AND EXPDCT8.
That is What We
Always Give Yoi
Every Shoe In our store
Is selected, with a view
to obtain the very best
So it Makes No Difference
What priced shoe vou buy from us
you can deienJ on having your
MONEY'S - WORTH.
Plevslng Styles, Pleislng Wear at
PleavliiR Prices Is What Pleases Our
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1057 Port Ktrcet. iS
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