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75 and 70 King 8treet
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is the tlmo to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roofs 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 as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manshlp ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
lei, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
tlrbtrd Street, ret. Queen Anl Merchant sonolulu
Jobs ii piomtlr Mtel.4 1.
T1. White 41 P. O. Box J70.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLU.UULRS from the Coist. I am
now ready to figurj on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
Cive me a tr al.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stable. King St.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306. Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St.. Near the Postoffice.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G.IIKXP.IQUKS, pi:oi.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered he to any pait of
city by courteous drivers.
Oaha Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUh 3151
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
. Just Received
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTB.
F. W. Thrum,
ROOM -100. JiOSTON T.OOK.
TfcL. MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Fufl line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taught ; : :
Love,BuHdlng. Fort Street
TEL. MAIN i4.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KIM1 AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
IC0 HOUSE G00D8
Rxelved by ? try Stumer.
Br. ArckifeiM N. Sliclair.
ortici, maim. Sj
m. to i. nti
1 TO J p. M I TO I r. M.
P.O Box tot,
SPAYS ll-.F M
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours 9 to 4
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S. -"
Q. E.nWALL, D.D.S.,
Ijoo Building. Tort Street.
Hours, 9 to i. Telephone, 434,
Dr. J. Atcherley has removed his of
fice- from 70S Fort street to 343 Kins
street, next to Opera House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
131C3M Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new offlce, 114C Ala
hca Street, opp. tipwallan Hotel.
Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
da) s, 9 to 11.
A. IN. AlFORD,
BOSTON BLDQ ,
OVER MAV CO
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
, MfcRCHANT TAILOR
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
HUel near Nuuanu
o BOXooi TEL -WHITS 9!
Ladlfft'fclcliiscleariei. Clot tin it
cleantej, Jc4 and rcpatrei.
Sulti mid toorJcr,
F t guaranteed Lottp let,
Fur Ctrert, near Kukul. and
ntar Orpbeurs Tbaaier
PrlrM 0t'nr ont lutt, 75c
Dytlnr lull Ii aj
VnncoUMi. II. C, Sept. 21 Tvti
White Stnr Hue rs of the Atlantic ser
Ice the (lermanle and the Hi (tannic
nie to como out on the rnclflc. ThU
announcement was mane heie tcxla)
by the Canadian I'm Inn authorltle-e.
in cnniRction with wnose seivlee thi
White Star llncis will run. The pro
puxal Is to place them ou the run be
tween Sjdnoy and Vnneouver. thj
present Canadian sviistinllnn liners !
ing used to make an auxlllaiy brioj
with New 57 aland, FIJI and places it
the south seas. Largo Munr ship
iiicntH from Queensland will Iki
lu ought by tho nuw essoin to Van
uiiuir for the llrltlsh Columbia sugar
ittlnery at this port.
Tho announcement is made that nv
the end of next onr tlm Canadian P i
dllc serlco to tho Orient will bu m
ci eased by one Htcnmer o: about 12.W
tons, or twice tho grc.n tounage of on-
ot the present Kmyress llnerB.
A GRUCK PRINCE.
I'llnce Yiiiantl of Athens, Gnece,
arrhod heiu )stcnlu) In thu Nlpp !
Maru, Ho is a joung man of 25 an I
is touring the woild.
Tho family of Ypsllantl Is one of tlm
oldest anil most arlbtoi intlc lu (litwo,
'Ino oung Prince's grant, nthir wi)i
great fame In the war ot J Mo In thai
countr), when the nation made a tru.?
gin for llbcrtj. Tho I'iIiicu'h mothe i
paid a lslt to tho States about ton
j ears ago. I'rlnco Ypsllantl Ik arc or.
jianled cm nix trip by Ilaion I'oellnlt.!.
a Davariali nrmy ofllcer. They sail lor
tho Orient In i.iu utcumer tlilx altnt
"Perkins." said Colonel Hankthun
der, "jou hae named a new hrand of
whisky after me, hae you not, suh?
"1 have tnhm thnt llbert, colonel,'
answered the distiller.
New York, Sept. 20. The Sun to
morrow will say: It looks as' If the.
treasured cup wrested from English
jachtsmen fifty years ago will not tak
n vo) age. over the seas this season
The attempt yesterday (Thursday) at
a race between the slippery Columbia
and the lissome Shamrock 11 demon
stratcd, In the opinion of many ex
pert Yankee skippers who viewed tho
contest from the decks of attending
steam craft, thai the Herreshoff crea
tion Is the better ship In light weath
er. She appeared, when tho gentle
breeze held true and did npf'faor one
jncht more than the other, to be abler
on the wind and swifter In footing.
The Sh.imrnrk was somewhat sluggish
in the stn)s. ns compared with the nlert
The breeze, which never got u'cjonci
the dignity of what, according to tho
Ilpnufort scale, would be called a light
breeze that Is, clecn knots shifted
In n manner favoring tho Columbia.
There were"lthcr times when the Bhlft
or lull were distinctly fnvorable to the
'" "v I
challenger, which on these occasion
obtained a slight advantage ocr her
rUnli but. on the whole, the, honors
ivom ulth tho Cnlnmbla. nmt unless
the Shamrock declops better form bIi
will hac a hard time of It 'lifting'
When the race was called off because,
of tho expiration of tne time limit of
n a .. ..ha.IiiiII timtaa itm rittitrtl.l A
was about n mile ahead of the I.lDtem''0 B on tne rorl tnck- 8hc 8ttll" lussaultlng nnthes on the sheets. Ki
r.Vh 2 lxZ ",iV ,mn, 7JmPrh.'ally back on the other tack again and lmy lt UCCa,e so. bad that women
jacht and about seven miles from the
finish. In the windward work fifteen
miles from Snndy Hook lightship to n
point down the Long Island coast,
within easy sight of the shore, the Co
lumbia beat the challenger by seven
minutes nnd three seconds. Kinky and
puffy alt's wero the rule In the beat.
The marvelous and ghost-like way the
defender sneaked through the Urlton'l
lee -and came up on her weather bow
when the challenger happened to get
the windward b good luck and
agement; drew forth the admiration of
the flotilla of patriots and astonished
hundreds on the great visiting foreign
The peaceful argosy of paddle-wheels
and screws that decorously and at a
proper distance churned the waters pff
the Hook Into a snowy ferment was not
so large, perhaps, as on somo other
occasions when the Tltanls single
Sticker tussled for glory. Hut among
the, fleet were tho nost resplendent
steam achts In the world, represent
ing men nnd women with millions,
Conspicuous by her stout, short fun-!
MAI n H .1 l.oa. ..nl.nvn J . t .!. II. . 1 .1
nel and hcr square rig was Archlbild
watt's American. She looked a veri
table liner of a picturesque sort. Them
were also J. Plerpont Morgnn's Cor
sair, In which Commodore Lewie Cnss
I.cdjnrd saw the sea duel; Augustus
llelmont's little fijer. The Sco.it: A. J.
Drexcl's Margarita, Mrs. Robert doe-
let's brlgantlne rigged Nahma H H.
Rogers' swift Kanawha Colonel Oliver
H Pajnes Aphrodite Howari Oould a
.iiut.iii, uranc uuum b i uiiuii:, ... v.
Rouse's l.ad) Godtva. James J. HIII'i
Waiouta, Henry Walter's Nlrada.
James Ross' (lundrcda, diaries Kicch-
ers Aivnn, jonn it. urexei s auitnna.
..nn ."""annos Tuscarora. C.
II. llllllllgS Surf and t. J. HrOWneS
Colonla. Grcnt merchant steamships
piesscd Into service ns excursion craft
nnd big sldewhcelcrs of thlr nnd near
b) hurts were black with spr, 'ntors.
who', bcc.iuse of tho effective rcv.-u
, , . , u,. .
cutter patrol, got only long dlstan
views of the unfinished battle,
After casting off their lines, Hilton
and Yankee broke out their forcsalU
nnd Jibs.- The) had all cads' hoisted
mainsails and club topsalfs 'while In
lew. No "muslin" over designed set
moie pirfcctl than that nf tho Sham
:eck. It was of mellow, gold-suggcs-live
hue whin the sun sliona through
I. ...... It 1.W.I...I ... I. I. ....... ..... ..I
fiom stone rather than n meie fabrh ztfm,1' Unlon ""''"atlnns for the ofto
of the snllmnker. , There was no-doubt f Maor' """ounced this evening thtt
nliout It. The sails of the ch-clltngcr ll0 wo,ll,1 rt'BKn ,he presidency of tho
raid her slim unci graceful hull, shim- unlversltj. of which ho has been th
inerlng like polished copper, made her head since 18S9, In order to accept thr
look decldedl) wicked. Hut the pa- nomination. Ever slnco his return
UIoIh had seen surh visitors bifoie, from his summer homo at Northeast
and they were unafraid. Harbor, Slo . Low hns been In constatt
And even the smallest of tho flotllh communication with frlenus regarding
had helped to contribute her murmur the political situation. It was nccov
of pi opt Her or paddle to the general saiy for him to consider the prospectrt
thrashing nnd binashlng of the swells, of success and the personal sacrifice
and eveijbodj was Impatient for tin be would have to mnko In order to ne
BladUton to enter the aiena. bunting "'' h "w " "f"a,fd'"n, ' '
v. .. . - ., i iii i t or cotirfav, I snnll retugn from thi
fluttered fiom the signal Imljiirds of prrs(loncy 0r Columbia. I have no
the twci-htnikul ocean tug Navigator. ,,8h to Invtilve the (inlvcrslty in a
the legattn tpmmlttee's boat, which municipal campaign."
ALL HE iTOES SAVE.
John Clilnamnni "Well. 1 Vaved
ROR HOLDING CUP ; .-
anchored about south-hy-east of tbt
flagship. Then the, crowded excur
sion boats dipped their guard rails un
der and all hands crowded to the sldei
nearest the achts, now maneuvering
back of the line.
Captain Charlie Barr of the Cnliini
bla showed he was quite equal to Cap
tnlir Sicamore as a Jockey, When th
starting gun boomed the skippers ncrn
fighting for the weather berth In crops
lug. 1 he Shamrock forced the Colum
bia ovcrlhe line n moment before gun
die, and In doing so went over her-
telf. Doth jachts were recalled. They
managed to get back,
and this timil
Ilarr was cleverer than the Hrlton,
nosslng twehe seconds ahead of him.
Hoth jnchts were on the port tack. It
was difficult to tell, because or "tne
Mining angles ot view from the fol-'or
lowing crnft, which of the contending
boats had the advantage. The! course
. i... .1. I-... .. 1.1.1. ..!.,.
"""' " ""' .' r"",", ""'tu '"""iwill leao hero 'lhursday for San Fran
the hreezeas then making nn effort Hsco. and sail fiom there to.Yokol'a
to blow nbimt ten knots. na, where he will be met by the gun-
It was seen after a series of tnclta boat Yorktown, which has been ordHr-
.n? oom jacnts cnai inc v.oiumuia jiau
leathered he: ; nnUgonlst She wen
" mo port cacK ai.ouc roriy miiime.
after the start and crosseel the Sham
rocK 8 bows, pronamy idu jnrcis nnea
ncr- tne nrecze was puny nnei an
aoie as to eurecciun at iimea. icreiy
- ..... .1 ..!... . .i . .1... n .
" """;" f " Z". I""
i. ,. . . . ,,, 'nrt
Miiiiiuiuirt rSwb ,1 ,,u" inniiift ,,u
went wind hunting In toward the Long were not safe upon the streets. Hlgu
Island shore. She got a breeze and ty men deserted their quarters, nnd a
fi.ofco.1 nn tlm nmther linn nf iho Co. . barrel of whiskj also disappeared.
lumbla. which also went on the star- With this In their possession the men
i. ..i .i. i .-.,.i ...I,. iii'tairlicU off. bin Ing prolslons nlon
.. .-. i ii """"' ,, " .. ."I.
the Columbia, apparently to leeward,
plainly outfootcd Mpton'H jacht. A ,-alllng upon the command In general
shift of wind almost to the southeast to Indicate the stigma placed upon
helped the Columbia. The talent I' hy the action of some of their com
aboard the Shamrock decided to set dcs. Just before 8chrocdor left
another Jib topsail. It was merely a Guam, while the matter was bo hu
..in. ...... .i.. .u. ... ... i n . rlcarcd up, many men concerned In the
mln-'""'K, ',,'","', ",c '"" u,,u "'" mn I
..,. ... . .
The Columbia and the challenger
were then heading for the outer mark
on 'the starboard tack. The breeze had
drnnnrd tn nlinut four knot, nml Mia
Columbln moved ln.lnlen.tlv .mnn.i ..
mark Hcr boon, 8nlmg o(f B,ow, ,
starboard at 3:03:32, nnd she broke out
i hcr immaculate balloon 111. tons.ill. ll.o
floating multitude let out all the power
of Its lungs, sirens screamed, whistles
roared nnd screeched, bands plated
nnd cannon punctuated the uproar. As
1' was by a large majority distinctly n
Columbia crowd there was much lubl
latlon mingled with riotous applause.
.. .... If
w..i.. mi .., ........ ,:.. .....
n. .-,.,, ,,T s kePl advised of tho progress of
challenger to round the mark, which Lncnts by pjjtechnlcs nt the Alcxnn
she did nt 3:12-1. , 01 seven mlnutcH drn nnd Crjstnl palaces on tne norm
nnd fifteen seconds astern of the Co- nnd south sides ot the city. Steam
lumbla. , hunches pntro...ng the Thames fiom
Tho tnloni nn ii,.. ci, .,,,-. ., ... .. lindon brlilce tn Westminster nlij
lon tlm irnitimr n... . i. .u
fal. It was thimcht sbo un,i,i ... -
uaRoon! taT fnZd'at sT! Trll ."
Ing Jlu top8nll. Thc (lctUloll ,0 ,hi
was wise, as the wind began lo aisunu
a soumwesterl ttndincy, nnd the Co.
lumbla toon doused her balloon and
substituted a reaching Jib top.all.
a further shift to south of west and
a further dropping of the breeje ln.ll
coted to the fleet that there was little
Or no thance Of til.' vnrhl nnl.hlni,
within tho time limit. A signal
telling that It had expired and that
the race was on set the propellent nnd
puddles going In the only real race of
the day. a race for the Narrav And
. , , """"'' i .Narrows. And
tug skippers who had been lonerlmr for
i iii.uces to get at other skippers "hooki
ed up" and had It out for twentv ml ha
low wii l nr.siGN.
Now York, Sept. 23 Scth Low
president of Columbia University, w'n
has received tho Republican and CItl-
niy face,'nn)wn) " Minneapolis Journal,
j nnwrri jji -in twin iinh.il
ORDERED JO RETURN'
4T0 ISLAND OF GUAM
Full Report on Affair With Marines
and Consequent Orders of
Governor Men are
New York, Sept. 24. A special to
llin Sun from Washington save: Com'
mandci Seatou Bchroeder. Governor of
Guam, today tiled with the Navv J),
partment a report on conditions Im
Guam which led to his orders directing
tun attention oi me command 10 un
lumdlumlsm and lawlessness whltit
aru rnnipant In It."
That the Na Department In satis
fied with the explanation of Bchiocd'ir,
the cause for his strenuous ordew,
Is shown by the fact that he was thU
""'"'"V" U"V .. lV, "" J" "lu ''
"" """ "'"""- '" "' iiK-n.-. rn-
J . .-!. 1.,. 1 1.1- I,.. .- .
.... ..,........., lu .
. the earof Ouan
lU.ta ,,, lntt,ei(KneM 0 10 ,,,,,
n,hirh nn.limmi hi. noiinn. rn.n.
in8 were xpr satisfactory, he aa)?,
until ll became eMilent mat the ma'
iiiiu - i t-uui,iiBiiiK me.' i-uiuuiuuu in tj
i ..I-., mlalioh.thiir IhnniBiiltud t.i i.
."rent many wa The7 spent mn-h"
time In the town, graeluall) abused
lt. I. rl 1 1 Isitrnu n ml i fllitnil tritnlilii
(no wny ag ti,0y npoded them. It wns
,i.n .., cPhmp,or Umioil hi. nnli.r
lawlessness had een court-maitlal.l
ic - nnvicteel anei punisneci.
Felt in London
London, Sept 27. The failure ot
tho yachts to cover tno courso In time
to constitute n race lins crented gcu
cral disappointment In Oreut Utltah,
but chagrin nt the nppaicnt poor show
lnB of the Shamrock overshadows all
othcr expressions of feeling. Ilw
If rlfl I ta 1 1 1ll t r llfl 11 till lit 1 1 0 1 l M tit I nMllj.lt
great suuuruan population oi uonunn
Berved to keep the eager multitude; lu
,fucu ltn the contest. Thousanna
ward dlsplajed great Interest and was
kept posted as to every movement
The morning papers express th'
keenest disappointment. The Times.
Dally Mail, Dally Graphic. Mornlnr
weather conditions were too tluley lo
liullft-nm vnnllrl nn Mm lilllmllo iwi'
formauce. but even these Journals n1
mlt tbat ,ho Shamtock's porforman"0
ttns cry disappointing. The other
PP virtually abandon hope.
.Th? D? ,". Bl -U W"
strange that the British should main
i.in ..,m, rn,, intm.f in n rr..
' whose history Is rather galling w
their national pride. The victorious
rase with which the Americans have;
rotaincd the cup may have partly fcl
I hat easy, plat Id and rather contemnr
uous benevolence with which Ameilca
niay now be sale to regard this couu
try. There was nothing, unhappily, 'n
the. Incidents of jesti-rda s raco or
tbo Derktle) Oval events to chaui,f
Tho Dally Telegiaph said: "If ever
Micro was a moral victory It was gain
cd by the Columbia and Captain Dair.
The Dally Graphic regarels the Co
lumbla as a "phenomenal boat."
UPTON IS CONFIDENT
New York, Sept. 20 When seon
after the race. Sir Thomas Llptna
said; "It was not a satisfactory iace,
becauso tho wind was so erratic, I
hopo we shall have better luck lieu
time. A race sailed on Buch a da, If
It can be finis ned nt all, depends upon
the luck) cbaucu position, as to winds,
of one ooat or the other, t was nevor
moro hopeful of the ShaniVock than I
am now. I am confident that I shall
get tbo cup. I have novel seen nnv
more skllliul handling of a boat than
was shown by Captain llnrr of tho
Columbia toda). The Shamrock, too,
was well managed. All the nrrangj
ments for handling the jachts an J
steamers at the couise havo been per
E, D. Morgan of tho Columbia said:
i he Columbia did very well under the
circumstances. We nlido a good start,
but, of course, the otiier ooat ma) ' c
more fortunate next time.
' AMERICANS ARE VICTORS,
Now York, Sept. 25. Tho athletes
of nlo and llaivard mtt jepresema
lives of Oxford and Cambridge Uni
versities today at Berkcle) Oval in
track and-Held events, and, as was
expected, tho Ameiican collegian
proved to bo too much for tho visit
ors, tho Americans winning six nut
of the nine events en the piogram.
Points were counted for wins only,
so that tho Harvard and Yalo men dn-
Ifedted their ..nglish opponents b) a
score of C poluts tn J.
.BULLETS NOT- POISONED
I Buffalo, Sept. 22. Tho most lmpor
lant development In thc Czolg09Z cto
today was the announcement that lie.
poison had been found on the bullo'.i
or tho revolver with wlilcli-the anjr
chlst assassinated President McKlu
ley. Chemical and bacteriological ex
!wiinatlons vveio made.
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Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The Calironia ni Srieitat S. S. &.
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.'a Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee. ,
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafllne Paint Co.'a P. & B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled,
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
The Ena Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co. I
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St Louts. Ma
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Thc Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
'' Wh. ,,,H
LIFK and FIRE
Xbw England Mutual Life In
surance Co. OF BO&TON.
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney! Jr. ...Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
'AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER k CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co , Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluktt Sugar Co.,
Makee 'cigar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co ,
The) Planters' Line ot 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. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLUU .
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolso Insuranco Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for tho Ha-'
VOfflce, : Merchant St. : Honolulu.
Agents, Broken and Jobber.
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