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OCTUIir.il I, t'.'Ol
'plication of the principle of political
Kith Low has received the notnlti.i- llbvr,yi ,u. descendants of the Pun
Hon fur Miocir of tlreatcr New rKilnug w9)u.j 0 maintain an iillgnithv
fiom the Iteiiubllc.m mid ('It l?ens founded on nice, and wealth. When
Union parties. If Sotn i.ow is iich
eleitvd Major of tlreatcr New York
there Is no re.ison wi.j tespictahle iltl-n-iib
should not luiiiK their lu.uls foi
lteports Indicate thai CrotKiisx's mind
1) undiTgoIng siilllclcnt tortures of hell
to satisfy the animal InstlnCs
Justlfialilj em aged people. I he assas-
sin shows himself to bo a most despli -
able character, as complete mi example
iifn co..inl .is the President whose life
lie took was a man.
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The pitt .llscoinfltulJOf lliurstona
iiig.in or slander over ttie scathing re-
lmke given aludavlt mongers uy At-
tornej Ornernl Knox has become a
constant soercc of amusement. Ilea-
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failed of their purpose both here and
Irt Washington Tnas ever thus and
ever will be under an Ameilcan government.
tne Hnuolulu liar Association and u
The ,.rs, trial In the M! KX "h
aeht race Indicates that superior sea . , ,;,, ,)(,ng )lupr ,)oUca, ar.t.
manshlp will save the cup from Up (Knn In piesent controversies beforo the
ton's grasp this jcar. Among all the people, with using his Judicial posltlou
details of the first drifting majeli nolh Improperly to piomoto bis own jit
Ing Is m marked us the ability of Cap tonal and political ends, with ham.
tain llarr and his crew to handle theli ,) tyrannical treatment of law or
boat to the best possible ndvantag, J( ?- T'Vm
This was the special feature of the ,(,r.lt.y (!c,M,rnI KnoXf wll0i ln ,,, ,,.,,,.
rontest bitween the Constitution and , K K0Nt.rely rebukes the Honolulu
Columbia. The jnclits bv thcniselvei liar Association by saj Ing: "MembuM
were about on an even footing, with of the liar, as officers of tho coiut
the excellence of design and extent of 'should be lovnl to tho court. , ,
sail area In favor of the Constitution A member of the bar Is faithless to his
Capt. narr however, proved himself "WRh calling; when lie. nssal Is a judf
,. ' . . ' .1 . .ii and Impeaches his Integrity upon nj
he much superior s.amsn. able at all far8 ,, remolpIy jll8tirylng the nt
limes to drlvT his boat to the full limit 1n(,lvt i,,,. ,,,, ,ng,u. K1Up j,m Und u:i
or her capacity A dilftlng match Is fair Innuendoes."
unsatlsfaitory and by no means a
competent test on which to base full
eenfldenee that the cup Is safe. The
wind held long enough, however to
allow llarr and his rni-n to show them
i"lvi8 past masters In the art of yacht
The great ciiole magnates have hem
I.' icinslstfht lu their strugglo to defeat
the Pacific cable si heme that tho an -
ticuncemciit of Mnel.n,s new proposi-
Don arouses a natuinl cpiestlou as tn jade was purposely built for tno harloli
the degree of good faith or nssuiaiue ol Honolulu, who weio segiegatet
ur iictiidl cable construttlon cuntalncd here, and encoutuged to conduct then
It. the news, llnvvall has suffeiid ,,U)I"ihIius. iinucr dliect State supervi-
It Is prone to pe-slmlstle view. On.(.r flom ja,iani wero r(.aIt
the face of It. howevi-r. the Mackay laves. Judge Humphre's testlllec
si'lieme seems genuine. The time ha! that "these unfoitunate crealures j
come when opposition to an American
Pacllb- cable must be overcome. Iho
people at large have beiome iMliuated
t.i the necessity, and public opinion Is
a: last having the proper forceful ef
fect In Congress. The government Is
ready to build Its own cable and ne
cessarily the various pilvate promoter-
1. wII no lil,ii-k.-i,lpru .,,,,.., Int.. ii,n,
tl.ey must proceed with lons'tiuctlon
themselves or lose a eertaln soutce of
gooil Income. Hawaii cares llttbt
whether Its cable Is laid, owned and,
controlled uy pnvnie corpointion nr.
the government. lelegiaphle lom
niunlcatlou with the outside wcnld i
all that Is asked. The benefits certain
to ho derived will establish a new pros
perity for these Islands which will put
the boom following annexation wll In
the background. Annexation will In
deed be complete when this Territory
gets In dally touch with the business
world. Mny no barriers arise to pre
vent or delay the fulfillment of Mac
lay's promise to lonnect these Island,
villi the .Mainland within nine months.
THE CASE OF JUDGE
ISprlnglicId (Mass.) Itepubllettu I
lu submitting his Judgment ttui;
Judge Humphreys of Hawaii had doiu
nothing to deserve removal fiom m.e
olllee, Attorney (iencrnl Knox deelnr-J
that, after hearing all complaints. h
was "eutlrely satisfied" that the Jiulft
"has met his heavy lesponslbllltloi
with great courage and unquestioned
Integrity," The ease Is an lutetestlii;
one. Judge Humphreys Is u youu,;
nan of :12, who wns icaied In Missis
sippi, of which a relative was (iovciu-01-
iluilng the Civil War He diirt-.l
to Honolulu about six years ago and
began to pinctice law, Of Ills uutuial
force nnd nblllty theie can bu llttl.
doubt. He iuiik,y became prominent
in Hawaiian affairs, starting a now
Itcpuhllcan newspaper after the an
nexation, nnd seeming one of the Foi
eral Judicial appointments alter tho
oigunlzatlon of the now Tenltoiy.
Hut there wns something the inuttei
with tho Judge. He quickly hie nine
an obstacle to the continued stipiem
uey of the old wliitn leglme. Lnti-ly
Irom the United States, although frovi
u 8tate where tho whites hold dovv.i
politically an "Inferior nice," '
brought to Hawaii a fresh M"eze of
Amerlcnn Ideas. In Hawaii the rl h
sugar planters practically have nil -.1
uu well as possessed the Islands. I'n
tier the Dolo government tho plnntei t
have mutinied tho old crown lancis,
which have been a source of Ininienn
profit to them. Substantially the whole
ncreago of the archipelago has Iiwmi
devoUd to sugar planting, with tie)
result that half the eggs, t ream, g.tr'
den truck and fruits consumed In Ho
nolulu hnvo to bo Impoitcd fiom tin
United States or China. What the
gar business means to the few wealthy
planters Is evident from tho fact that
7,974,910 lu duties on Hawaiian sugi
nnd molasses wero lemltted by tlr)
United States (Hiring tne last Ilsc.il
year on account of the nnnexiitlon.
Judgo Humphreys has advocated that
tho (lovernment lands should nv
Ogatu be leasee to the plantcis whni
the old lenses expire, Vint should Lo
opened to settlement In farms 01
eighty nctes each under the Ainerli'.tn
He has nlso clmmploned the polltlc.il
rlKhtn of the nntlu r.icu In Hawaii um
Insisted that tiiey hu given the fruti
thlsc. Tim old reglmci, ted liy the
Doles, tho Thitrstnns. Illshoiis .ill i
Carters, adtlsed eiV stroiiRly th.it
LoiiRrens grant n restrictc-n sunrni;''
innt would hae eliminated the native.)
as n political foree. Nothing could lie
more curious than tno nnlnKimIsm
which iloeloped on this iiolnt between
descendants or Now riiiglaml mission
nrlon ntul a son of Mississippi. Tin
Southerner, who was bred and idm.it
u n (h(i nu)Ht AmwXy ,)011iated nVKm
Ulnfii ,if Amni-lfn en... Hint lira lia fry
I (ilt.tclm III., nnttl.tu It. rili. Iiornll ti
lip was n Itcpuhllcan. ii'd !-ct he wa.
Hot one of those who hcllcwcl lu Ink
Iiik the franehlse oi-n from the Amer
ican black race. The descendant or
tho trailers stood for the widest ait
Congress ornanlzed the new Tcrrltn
ilal Kiixeinnient It was this Southern
cr's view that vwis adopted, with tl-
result that the native race at one
lose to a position of political power,
After Mr. Iluinnhress elevation t'J
the bench by the Washbncton (lovern
incut the nntaROiilsin of the old whl'o
leRlmo was eomeiitinted upon him.
,n . ,tll tt, ,lu, ,,, Bim.,n,,.,,t
t0 lirW, Mm ,, ,. IOiic Ii by blow
buattnt; inethods. Judgu lluuiphies.
however proved to be n man ttt grei
spirit, and he met his enemies with i
vigorous but ver) Just uso of the pov
er to fine and Imprison for contempt.
, ,.our u , c .., tain that he main
tallied his Judicial dlgnitj Ono of tin-
persons who was fined uy mm for coil'
tempt was I. A. Thurston, formerl
Hawaiian Minister at Washington
The son of (lovernor Dole, too, wis
severely castigated by his honor for
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contemptuous demeanor whllo ml
diosslng the court. One thing and
another led to tho formulation rf
charges against Judge Humphreys !jy
The assault upon Judge Humpbiev'v
seems to be tho very worst kind of a
boomerang. If for no other reason tha.i
that It hns served to expose in this
country the facts concerning the not -rlous
piostltutes' stockade at Honolu
lu, which wan maintained with tin1
approval of tho Dole government D'i
i allowance for Honolulu's dllilcultlfM.
ns a seaport In mo middle of tho i'v
elfle ocean. In legulatlng the soelnl
evil being made, It remains to be ui.d
llllat lh(, rnttH (.uncumlng that Instl u ,
Ion are simply astounding. The stock-
to the stoekndo III tno evening, mid
when they emerge, on this tollowlmt
morning, their mnle masters stand nt
the gate and take from them ihe mo.i
i'.v which hns been paid them. In o.'
dering tho grand Jury to Investigate)
tlm facts as to the stockade and lu
making opcu war upon It. Judge Hum
phreys lilt urrcd the bitter emnlly of
Itbe High Sheriff, who managed it. and
"' ')ol1 government, which toleiated
Tho most lasting Impression one r.
reives fiom a consideration of too
Humi)hres ease Is that tne luteniM
Doubles of Hawaii wero not enilcr.l
with nnneMitlon to the United Stnt.
How- mutters In nil respects will no
finally adjusted tlieie, 110 one can snv.
The Immigration of Americans to the
Islands lias long since reached .1
standstill, while the pressure for tin
Immigration of Japanese and Chluciv
beenmes moio acute every day. Eco
nomic forces continue to call for
Oriental labor, tegardless of the Amer
ican connection. Meanwhile, us Hit-hop
Potter says in bis Ceutuiy article
this month, "tho tlmo seems llkedy to
eome when the native Hnwuiiuns will
have dlna)fuic'il." Tho native rae,
tn whoso behalf the mlsslonuiles tlrst
entered the archipelago, and began the
civilizing process, ate declining lu
numbers very rapidly, and before
many enis Hawaii will be left tn tin
white and yellow races to work out tho
destiny of tho Islands.
New Yolk. Kept. 25. J. I'lci-pont
Mmuan und nurty will leae tomoiiow
ill his special car for San l'ljuelscn
to attend the (leneial Coiiwutlou 01
the 1'iotestaut I'plscopal Chine-!',
whli h opens there next Wedncsda,
.Mot Kim, who is a delegate, has ieiito.1
tilt) house of tho Into ('hurles Oroiluu
on Nob Hill, and will entoitnlu extet.
blvely. Service In the tllp neiosa tli
continent and In San l-'rnuelsco will
he under tho personal clliectlou '
Louis Sheriy. T11I1I0 linen, sllvei an'
supplies of all lilnds huwi heeu sent 111
ndwinic, nnd sonants hue heeu spe
cially selected. It has heeu Moigani
custom to lease a houso uheu hu nt
tends a general ioneutlon, hut tins
year nioro oliiljoiute ariangenieiics
have lieen made than funnel ly.
prominent elergymnn who will ho 0.1
lertalned hy Morgan will accompany
him on his tllp, while others will moot
him at his tempoiai) homo lu rial
Ilesldes the Mmgan party iniiuy
prominent men 110111 tho I'nst will 'it
tend. Dr. Seward Webb, It Is expec.t
ed, will take a party lu his special tni
Krnnels l.yndo Stetson will also hau'
n sperlal ear.
The Golden Oato Salvago-nud Wteek
Ing t'o Incoriiorated for the purpose
of reeoerlng whut Is aluahle In the
wiceU of the lost Btcamer Illo do Ju
neiio, claims to liuvu located what Is
left of that essel. A clhcr Is sah) to
have been down to the essel and
luouglit ui enough evidence to satisfy
the most skeptical that the locution of
the Hlo has been found.
BY DEATH OF PI
Washington Sept, 21. .lerevila'i
Morrow Wilson, principal counsel fo
Hear Admlrnl Schley and ono of t'.i
lending lawvers of Wnshlugtou, I). 0
died suddenly lu his apartments In the
Sliorcliam Hotel shortly alter It
o'clock today. Heart failure, superin
duced by an attack of ncuto' Indlgr
(Ion, coupled with llrlght'n dlsenso,
caused bis death. Although somewhat
Indisposed last night and this mornlm:
the end enme unexpectedly, as he was
lu conference with his ossoclato coun
sel In the Schley case scarcely an hon
bcfoie he died. Ho leaves a sou,
Charles S. Wilson, who has been asso
ciated with htm In the law, and u
daughter, Mrs. William Haywood it
The Schley court had only been In
session a short tlmo when tlio news of
Judge Wilsons dcutn arrived.
Washington, Sept. L'3. Two new
witnesses weie Introduced in tin
Schley court today, they wero Ad
miral Cotton, who, ns captain, coin
tnnnded the ntixltinrv cruiser Harvard,
lend Captain Wise, who commanded
the nuxlllnty cruiser Yolo duHng the) i
Spanish war I loin these vessels wero
used as scouts and both came up with '
the Hying squadron off Santiago ? I
the 27th of Muy, before the rotrogia lu I
movement to Key West wua begun. I
Admlrsl Cotton tcrtillcd that ns
had gone nboiiul Admiral Sehlov i
Uagshlp. the Ilrnoklyn, on that dan
to take dispatches to hint, and lie su'd
it llrst that lie gave lilui four or five,
dispatches addressed to the command
er of the siiundioii. Ho afterward m id-
llled this statement, saying that prob
ably all but two of these dispatcher
wero addressed to himself (Aiimira1
Cotton), but contained Information
which he thought should be ln Adm'i-
1 Schley h possession. Ono or theso
was a eoiiv of a dlsuatcli from Ad mu
ni Sampson which had not b'-en print
ed In the official iccords. stating tn it
the Spanish licet wns at Santiago. Ho
also said that the coal could have Iven
taken fiom the, Mcrrlmnc: on tho 271 ii
of Mny, tho day on which the retr
grade movement to tho west was be
gun for tho purpose of coaling.
Captain Wise testified tnat on ihi
27 1 li of May hu had signaled Captain
Philip of the iexas his opinion tlmt
Cervein wi Inside tho harbor of San
tiago, but the testimony wns tilled out
During the day Admlial Schley .lu
nouneed that he had selected Mr
llaner as his chief counsel, to mil
reed .lodge Wilson.
Washington. Sept, 2C The Schle
court of Inquiry was lu session for only
up hour nnd three-q.iaitcrs today, ml
Jouinlng at 12: IS In order to permit
Its members and other engaged there
to attend the funeral nt Judge Wilson,
the late chief counsel for Admiral
Schley Captain Wise concluded Ms
testimony, Admlial Cotton made a
brief statement on recall, and Meuten
nnt Spenecr S Wood, who commanded
the dispatch boat Dupnnt during the
Spanish war. gave bis testimony. Ma
chinist dray, who was In charge of tho
starboard engines on the day of the
battle off Santiago, also testified. He
said that on the' day of tho battle the
stnthoaiil engines weie slopped and tht
Captain Wise was quistloncd at con
siderable length ns to what he bad
done before tho arrival of tho Hying
squadron off Santiago towiud locating
Cervera's licet In the harbor. He said
that, while he hnd satisfied himself of
the presence of the Spanish fleet, he
hud been content to communicate his
knowledge to Admlrnl Schley through
Captain Slgsbee, not considering It ne
cessary to make direct communication
with the commander In chief.
Lieutenant Wood gave the particu
lars of bis delivery of dispatches from
Admiral Sampson to Admiral Schley
on the 22d of Mny, while the Admiral'
lay off Clenfuegos. He said that Schley
seemed very nervous, and especially
anxious to know what Sampson's In
tentions were. He had not concluded
his testimony when the court adjourn
ed for the day. '
Y ALU'S Bl-.atS'l'UNNIAL.
New lluun. Conn., Kept. 25. Ar
inugeiuiuts uie laplilly fiellig eotnplet
ed for haiiilllug the large number who
will seek admission at the various ex
eielses of the lil-eeuteniilal celebration.
Kety gi-adu.ite of tho university will
lecehe a budge uu leglsterlng at the
unhersity llbrniy, and this hadgu will
lid ml t htm to any of the exeielses with
out the use of any other ticket what
soever. Similar badges will be given
on registration at the llbraty to all
those who have received otllrlal Invi
tations. Iteglstratlou will begin Oc
One of the Interesting features of the
cc-lebrutlon, ispeelnll of the torch
light procession, will he delegations of
students of four colleges and universi
ties with which Yule has bad close re
latloiis. Ilaivurd, I'llnietou, Wesley
an and Tilulty will each send a dele
gtitlon of tweut-lhe uudcrgi minutes,
These will imiiili In the gieat purtide.
with sashes and Oxford raps of their
uspeetlve rolors, the men from Har
vard wealing erlmsou, I'rlni-etnnluns
tuange nnd black, those from Trinity
hluu and gold and thoso fiom W'csley
1111 ciiidlnul and black
The l, M, S. S. Co Is cutting down
Its expenses. It has started at the
head of the list of cmplojcs on Its
steamers. On the Panama unite, cap
tains weiq liltheito getting $250 a 11111.
Krom now on not ono of the seven
steamer captains will receive more
than f.'OO a 1 uu.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOt 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPI'ICE LANE.
OF THE PAVORITE
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
Pup hiiIc by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd,
Thee Rood were ordered from advance
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu
facturers, and are the latest in design and
Call early and make your selections.
In addition to 'he ioooo feet of Garden
How lately received, the "Emily F. Vhlt
ney" brought us to.coo ft. mere, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEliT.
We have .ill grades, anJ our prices are
lower than ever quoted lti this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
Broken to ltarne, just received- via the
"OLYMPIC," for sale at the lowest llgureb.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcpclinnt Street, between Port unci Aliikctt.
CHAS. F. HERRIGK
VEHICLES AND HARNESS
which we are selling at prices that cannot be discounted anywhere for
the same quality. Come and 'look at these Roods. If we cannot suit
you both in price and quality, we sltatl not expect you to buy.
Itcpetunlii Kt., next
'Phone Main 358.
f A 1-1 1 T
1170 River Street.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 541. . O. Box 078.
C. I:. Hci'Plcb,
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Wo are showing a very
carefully selected line of
vehicles all J h.irneu.
LOOKING FOR A iNEEDLE
IN A HAY STACK
Is tho Individual who tries to
llnd gieuter bargains In Wn'l
I'aper than we are offering nt
tho piesent time.
Our entile lino in lfiui goods
Is offered at 3.1 I a per cent ru
iluetlon and must he sold Inimo
illatcdy to make room for tin
elegant lino or Mini' KOods nor
on the way.
Our Art Mouveati and si'K
Tapestry effects for tho now- set
son will astonish the good neopia
of th.H city. ' '
to coroep of liiitina.
p, O. Box 83a.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Uerctanla and I'auaht.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND iN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sartapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream. Lemon, Qlnger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kbl.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Cor..
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
THERE IS OKIY ONE
The iuro Juice of the tirapo
fiult, enronnnted only hy
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Hole Acent for Territory of
Island orders solicited.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
All Orilei-H Promptly Filled.
HENIIY ST. GOAU.
MembcrH Stock nnd llonel
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and tale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St..
San FrunclHcu. Cal.
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
DFFICE. 10 Wbst Kino Strrh
To Let op Lease
i A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol1 and Keaumoku 8t.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractor! and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
STANGttWALU BID., HOSOlltU
V HOFFMANN. J- F. RUE
Hoffman & Riley
P. O Cox its
Oeo. W. Pagfc. Tel. 129
P. W. Deardslce. 1. O. Box 778
BEARDSL.EE i PAGE
ArcliltictH nnd UuIIcIcph.
Office, Hooils 24, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. It.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK AM. KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 5fc RobtrtMon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
CON TRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for hrlcK nnd wooden buildings, a!s
Office and residence, 312 Queen St..
near Government building.
M. R. BBRTELMAN'S
IS - MOVDD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left nt either shop
or office) at John Notfs store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
constantly nrrivlng Keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor bus told you
about us nnfl If you haven't nl
leady begun to trade with us
you are wishing you were.
We will not advertise sugar. .
canned goods or eoohles this
week because wo keep ever
thlng in tho grocery line, but
the Inducements we offer are
But most people are not
worrying about It.
They just buy on' of our
desk r celling fannind
keep cool. That's wlwt you
should do. The cost Is very little
In comparison to the amount of
co-nfott ypu will get from them.
PrlceB-DLSK FANS, l 11.00
CEILING " -10.00
Telephone Mnln UOO.
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
;!J- M&r-r ' .Kli
iiUme V', ..! riH,.