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i , Wise
Vol. XI. No. 1071.
NOI.III.IL TKKNITOKY OK HAWAII. PKIHAY nUTnlltiU 18 Will
I'ltMJK T) OKNTrt.
Thomas Fitch Strives to
CAPTAIN AND MATE
Were Held to Appear on October 14
ind Did Not, and Judge
Estee Orders That
Thomas Pitch made a strenuous
light In the United. States District
Court thin morning to have the for-ft-Ituro
or ball set nsldo In the cases
nt fiititiiln flcorec A. Raker, master,
ml Charles McDonald, mate, of the.
ship Kinlly Heed.
Judge Kstee, niter giving '""
hearing to the mover nnd listening 14
a brief reply from Assistant District
Attorney J.J. Dunne denied the mo
tion. - ,
Acting Marshal K. R. Hendry, by
direction .of the court at the request
of Mr. Dunne, went out Into the corrl
dor and formally culled the, 'defend
ants In it loudlolce. In eacifrnso this
dialogue took placo when the Marshal
The Court Did he anawerT
The Marshal No. sir.
The Court Well, let the tinier stand.
Mr. Hitch .In his argument .traced
the history or- thef'cases. 'llits. 'defend
antH were brought lictnre the court
at the prevloiia term on Informations
charging them with violation of see
lion 4811, United 'States Statutes, to
wnlth they demurred on the ground
that 'the ractn stated constituted au
offense under section 5347. relating to
assaults upon the High seas, and not
one under section 401 1, wljleh related
to Hogging of seamen. A the court
overruled tbo'demurrcrs, counsel held
. that the Informations were uccordlug-
Iv rcgardeil good by the court.
' Later, District Atorney llalrtl camo
into court and movvtl-txu.liiiaiait-.itu
Informations on the ground that the
defendants were entitled, under the
charges against them, to he inmctei
by the Grand Jury. Mr. Hitch argued
that the District Attorney ought to
linvo confessed the demurrer slnco
he had denounced ,tho Informations.
Counsel for defendants quoturt, the
language of the bond, to show that Its
terms bad been fulfilled. It hound do
fendants to appear before the United
States District Court on the 14th o
October or at liny time required dur
ing tin' then present term. Day nfter
day at that term or couit defendants
appeared and expressed their desire
for speedy trial. They did so after the
overruling of the demurrer on the
theory that the informations nad been
Judge Estee asked regarding Mc
Donald, "Is he here?" and "Was hu
here on the 14th of October) and
counsel nuRwwrlng "No, sir, to each
question, declared: "He must bo here.
I have made un my mini! on this. 1
(annul send him over to prison If ho
Is toiivlcted, If he Is not here."
Mr. Hitch urged that ho was thero
when the Information wns tiled, and
attended day after day. He had writ
ten to Captain llaker nnd told him that
ho and McDonald ought to come bark.
Captain llaker was one or the squar
es! and most honorable men he over
met nnd bo knew SJ would return
hero by the 29th Inst.
Suppose ho were not Ihdlited un
tier either of those sections, would the
United Sthtes Insist on collecting the
amount of the bond? Ine Informa
tions were then In court nnd notwith
standing ull the smooth wouIb of the
District Attorney they had not been
dismissed. Suppose the defendants
had been tried under the Informations
and convicted, and. the' court set aside
tlin Judgment-on the; grounu that they
hud not "been Indicted by the Grand
Jury, would the bond huve helm en
forced? It was not necessary for a
defendant to be present at all motions
rtlatlve to his case.
In conclusion, Mr. Hitch submitted
that the bondsmen had complied strict
ly with the terms or the bund, ir the
forfeiture or tne bond were set asldo
that would still leave It open to bo un
forced If tbe dctendants uiu not appear.
Mr. uunne. opening in reply, nam:
"I havo always trlod tn bo Intellect
ually ijravo. When I nave mane a
mistake It has been my habit to stand
up te it. I have always believed that
mental rownrdlce stands in too way
of a man's development."
He proceeded to say that the Infor
mations wero only filed to accommo
date the defendants, who wore Impor
tunato In their requests for a speedy
trial. When tne Informations - were
dismissed on tbo ground tha-sdefcud-ants
snuuld be Indicted, it left the
case the same as If uo Informations
had been filed. Then the:, dercntmnts
wero held merely on tho order of the
Mr. Dunne1 quoted the conditions or
tho bond, which Included ..the appear''
ancc oi tne ncienuants to answer to
any charge or Indictment, nlso prohib
ited their leaving the Jurisdiction with
out permission or tho court. Ho nskod
if tbe private advice or their counsel
that they might go to Ban Hranclscu
should set asldo tbe conditions or the
bond. Several conditions of the bond
had been broken.
Mr. Hitch complained that 'words
were put In his mouth, and Judge !'
tee assured him he did not tnlnk he
would advise the defendants to stay
Judge Kstco, arter Mr. Hitch had
spoken brleliy. again In the sumo ten
or as belore. delivered his ruling. Hi
said: ".Well, the defendant Is nut
here nnd tbe bund was made, Mr.
Hitch, so that he should bo here. The
bond was taken by the United State;
to secure his attendance. The affidavit
Is here and, although thu touit will
not bo controlled by an ex parte uffl
davit. It bus been read In court. Kven
It the Information Is contrary to the
statute, that docs not relievo the
Londsmcn If tbe bond has not beer
lived up to. When the defendant
comes nnd gives hlmscit tip. It Is the
practice oi .mis court to bu as Icnlcn
as possible to defendants and their
After the calling or the defendants
us above mentioned, Mr. Hitch notoi'
exceptions to tne court's rulings.
I olKl IN
The Trust and Oxnard
Hard At 'it in
REFINED SUGAR BEINli
SOLB AT LESS THAN COST
policy of deducing the present rate o I
duty by 'crlprocity, nr In nny othor
way winch would havo the certain ef
feet of enriching the trust on one hand
and on tho other the killing of thu I
most promising industry In thu Hgrl-
cultural business of America. I
ilueltHon AtloptH Knunt.
Nigel Jackson, win) hut served off
und on here In Honolulu ns a regular
and special police olllter, returned this
morning nfter a trip to Kauai. During
his sojourn on Hie .urden Isle, he was
appoint! d a special olllrer on the police
force, under Sheriff Coney. He will be
stationed at Kupiiu.
- Mr. Jackson has leturned to the city
lu get bis things. He will return soon
to his new home. Jackson Is a good,
active officer who will undruhtedly be'
it valuable addition to the Kauai police.
TAKES DEFEAT CALMLY
AND SAYS 'TWAS FAIR
Still Delieves However That Shamrock
- Can Defeat Columbia-Beat in
Winter Quarters on
New tYork, Oct. 6. 8lr Thomas Llp-
tou ih tamos his del eat pmiosopm-
cally. He Is a truo sportsman and
never squeals'.; He toon occasion' to
day to itcnouueu emphatically tho re
port that tnu Shamrock had been do
icatcd by criminality on the part of
some one In authority on board the
lirUlsu yacht.- Sir Thomas Is still ui
tne opinion that the Snamrock, prop
erly managed and under conditions
favorable to her, can defeat tho Co
lumbia. Sir Thomas Is reticent on the sub
ject, but It Is understood that he Is of
trio opinion thnt Captain bycumoiu did
not get nil out of tne hhnmrocl; that
was iu her. Hu had a conference with
Sycamore thin morning anu tho collo
quy was heated at times lu regard
to tho handling of the buumiock In
yesterday a race, but tnoy separated
on good terms, Sir Tnunms addressed
tho crew uf thu Shamrock on the
quarter deck today. Hu spose with
tun deepest reeling, thanking tliuru for
their loyalty. Ills ups trembled and
with tho greatest utb'icuitv he he,
back tho tears.
Upton, by his sportsmanlike con
duct, has won the sympathy of all
New York, and the rogruts would havo
been most good natured Ir hu had
lilted the cuu. Considerable feeling
against the New York Yacht Cluo ex
ists over tbe treatment accorded 1-nw
Min. and beloro'tho races hundreds ol
loyal Americans expressed tho hope
that Llpton would lilt the cup.
Sir Thomas said today that no pro
gram had been settled upon for th
Shamrock remaining hero this winter.
Hut tho boat would probably go into
winter quarters on this side, as towing
was soinuwhat dangoroua at thjg time
of thu year. Sir Thomas will gn'liomo
on tho Krln and return oh tho snuio
Oxnartl Predicts That Hhe
Has Injured Itself in
'The Eyes of
San 1'fanclsro, Oct. 7. A greet coin'
mere! tl game tit chess Is nuw in prog'
rest. The American Sugar defining
Company, rommonly known irs the su
gar trust," made the flist move when,
as was told yesterday lu the press dis
patches, from New York, It cut the
pile of Its pioduct to Missouri river
points. Now comes the move of the
American licet Sugar Association,
which Is opposing the irust Henry T.
Oxuaid, president of this association,
dtelares thnt the trust rate of 3H'ceuU
a pound for granulated sugar Is less
than cost price and that tha brct su
gar men will let Missouri river points
alone nnd send their product to all oth
er markets In tho United iStatrx.
This Is wnat -Henry T, Oxnard hn
In my of the sugar trust's move:
The sugar trust has Just made uu
other move In Its rtcupeiate, battle to
crush out licet sugar production and
ruin those who are trying to develop
an Industry ol Incalculable benollt to
'tie farming population of ot least two
llilrds of our Bt.itcs an Industry so
laluable In the agricultural sections
that Muropenn governments lire foster
lug It by bounties direct and Indirect
The facts nre as follows:
ltaw sugar is selling for 3 tents In
New York and granulated 4.K!i cents
or n margin of 1.10 tents between the
two. JUtt the trust Is selling ftum tlmo
to lime' and dti'Hmlteil muatltle-i In
the Missouri river market granulated
sugar a,t 3 cents or VJ of a cent under
tho cost of the raw material at New
York, paying In nddltion the freight of
Sfl cents per hundred trom New York
to the Missouri fiver. They are keep
ing the. price "br sugar, high In'nll part
of .the country except In the Missouri
The object Is plain. The trust, wishes
to force tho beet sugar producers .that
find n market In that particular section
to meet this ruinous price to sell their
granulated sugar for less than the vaJ-
Chargc With Bmnerlcment.
Un Chnl Ho. nnesled yesterday on
tho charge of embezzlement at Maul,
nppttared In the l'ollre Court this fore
noon. He wns icpresented by Col. Tom
Hitch who presented an uMilnvIt for a
continuance. There wns no objection
on the part of the prosecution and the
enso went over for a week. The de
fense wishes tn get a wltm from
Maul who Is most necessary.
KAMP80N IK SICK.
Case Begin After Seve
ral Objections By
LIN SHEN CHOW MADE
TO READ IN CHINESE
uninese tounsui and secretary in
Cjurt-Every Indication of Long
Trial Case Again This
Thu famous Chinese I.Tel tusu
against Wong Shul King and Sze To
Hook ut the Sun Cnuug Kwock Uo
newspaper, tumu up lor trial lu the
l'ollcu Court this loreuoou and th
result Is mat Judge Wlltux, thu attor
Now York, Oct. r,. A special to the ucys, tntcrprciers and others are deep
World rrom Washington says: Hear. " ""' J""gies oi uiu uiincuit unim-su
" I Itni'llnt'ii KVntlt tlwi IDil.rtnrntw.,. nf
Admiral Sampson Is In town with -s ihlncs. tbe ease will lake in., l.l..
wife and son. Those persons who , r today and then re -le. Judge Whit
navosccn tne Hear Admits! since lie lug nppcnrs tor the pioaecutlon and
tamo to Washington sny n is manliest-, Judge Stanley ror tho uelense. CM
enough room fur hl dray on the atrent
so he tried to tnke Wong Kan's black
smith shop along with him. Ily the
rtintntt or the dray with the tumble-'
down shack, the whole front part win)1
Jerked out from the bottom, leaving a
Kinging mass of icitten boards. .NakA-l
munt claims that his mules becumut
frightened and shied In the direction'
of the shuck. I
CANAL TREATY IS
MAUNA LOA NOTES.
Hltst Mate Olsvn of the Manna mh
went out ns taptuln of that steamer to
day. Captain Slmerson has been suf
fering with an eye complaint And his
physician has ordered him to remain
oer a trip.
Hen Norton went out as chief engin
eer of the Maunu l.oa In place of Chief
engineer Donnelley, who Is taking tho
place of Mr, Keech who left tor San
Hranclsco In the City ot Peking on ae
count of the extreme Illness of hit
REPORTERS ARE ARRESTED
Philadelphia, Oct. 6. Charged with
kidnaping a woman and holding her
prisoner for four days, robbing her of
Jewels woith more than f'JOUO and com
Clayton Bulwer Treaty
Is Abrogated in
BY THE UNITED STATES
Details of Treaty That Will
Presented to the Senate for
ly Impossible fur him to go on the
Btand In the Schley court o. Inquiry
110 is in fair touditlun pnvslcnlly, but
mentally hit Is, rt 6 bo nn charitable ns
poHSimc, nor in ins normal condition.
Sampson remains indoors nearly u!i (.IncJg
inv tiiuc. in- ii'iiiscb iiuunuu IU Ull
callers except a few close friends.
T8E IN MM
BANK FAILURES CAUSE
Financial Standing With France is
Seriously Threatened Tolsloi
I'yils, Oct. C Tbo collapse of IH4.S-
nose Consul tang Wcl l'ln. his secre
tary and (loo Kim were slated on tho
ldo of tho prosecution.
There wns a lot of preliminary
sparnug uuioro tne tnal was started.
Stanley askeJ that ull the wit
nesses be exi luded from the court
mom. Judge Whiting usked that
ouusuI be requested to read tne Hat
of his wltuosses In order that ..era
should bo no question about their ex
elusion rrom thu loom. Judge Stnnle
objected, saying thnt be did not care
to divulge, lie names or his witnesses
at thut stage or the game. Judge Wil
i ox replied that. In case any or the
witnesses ror the defence should be
round In the room, counsel would hu
lliablo lor tontempt. Judge Stuuley
answered thnt he would take the
When Judge Wilting tamo to the
name or 1.1 Chung, the ofllclnl couit
Interpreter. In the list of his wit
nesses. Judge S.nuley oiijcrted to .
services of Hint otllcer ns interpreter
on the ground or his being a witness
ror the piosecutlon. . Judge Wilcox
overruled the objection and Judge
Stanley noted an objection.
Thcso points bating been settled,
Lin Shen Chow, formerly official In
'terpreter at the Custom House, was
lor of ouc (if tbe morning papers; J
Kulgbt I'liidlay or Wayne, near here,
stenogiapher lu the office or another
morning i.ier, and Oscar N, Dunlnp,
a barhir emploed in one or the most
piomlueiit shops In the city. The vic
tim Is Mrs. Mabel Goodrich, the pro
prletoicss or an establishment oil
Ninth Tenth street.
cnttod ns tin unit wltnesM fnr tin.
shin f securities, the failure or Russian piosecutlon. The preliminary nues
commercial bunks and the Industrial Ions were ai; In relation to tho paper
crisis now prevailing In Itussla which IS.SSaheril.K
oannot longer bo concenled by the ccn- tllu W.HS to rlH,, t, article In Chi
goibhlp, liuve had it marked effect la nc8C, uua translate. Judge Stanley ob'-'
rfnnnelnl circles heie, where tho feed Jected on the ground that Mr. Chow
Ing is uttlng In that, notwithstanding hail not been pro"on competent tn do
the strong sympathy with the iltisalan "'" " ni,hP'1 "''. TJien followed
hllln.,.. n limit ......I inn l. nut nn mole objections. The witness. Unullv
no or the raw materjnl at New York'tu lllB0Ilnt of ,mllt , ,,,. .,,,, Jjt-.tcd thai .he be loi,ed he onW nja
business and leave tho Held to tha Tolstbl's drastic denunciation or the to proceed and LI Chung Interpreted,
sugar trust, ir they could succeed lntrram.)iussaii alliance, published In This took nn hour or inorp.
the Missouri river valley they would ,, ueVue lllanehe. has undoubtedly! Tills rorennon's witnesses were :e--then
turn their attention to the beet n,,,,0 tl ,,lufotind luipicsslon In Hianrc.' haps the least Important of all. Tbo
factories of Michigan and other sec-' wntlc c,r many je.irs Tolstoi has been mine Important onrs will be placed nn
tlnns and by the power ot concentrated rcBlruv, UK a Utt litry Idol. . th.i stand this aftfinonn.
capital crusn out suiccssruiiy tne mm- s,K.jaHt m.SUp,,s have mado Tol-
vlilual beet ugar produreis 8t'H duiuncliu.oii the text fur lead-! I'KANCIH MURPHY UNION.
Know lug that the nbovo pin u forts ,, ,lrtc08 ,, K,lr lollllllI1B ,ecm
1111 iirng upon tne trust stonu t.t . ... ,,,,. ,lu ,,,. f ,!,' At ,, .i.relnl mretl.m of the Prnncls
condition of tne Russian peasantry, t Murphy Tempcrnnre Union held last
Chicago. Oct. C Telegraphing to tha
Itecoril-Ilerald from Washington, Wal-
pelllng her to hlgii bank checks forltcr Wrllman says:
large sums of money, two newspaper "The United States and Orcat HrlUln
men. it stenoginpher In a nowspaper '" reached nn agreement concerning
uillce, and a barber arc now locked up! the Isthmian canal question, and now
at the Central police station. They are a treaty will be presented to tho Sen
Howard K. Sloan, nn unemployed ro-1 ate for Its ratltlcatlon early In the corn-
porter. Iknry Wiill.tce. a society cdl-1 'K session, i am now aoie to gne too
suijsinnce oi tnir trcniy. u pruviues:
"(1). Hor the abrogation of the old
Cl.iyton-llulwer trtaty In tuto.
"('J). Hor a neutral Isthmian canal,
In case one can be constructed by the
United States, open In time of pence
to ships of all nations upon equal
"(3). This neutrality Is gunrautted
by the United States alone, and other
maritime powers are not Invited to
participate In such guarantee. Great
Hrltntn Is Inferential!)' one of the guar
antors because she Is a party to tbo
"(I). In case of war, the United
States reserves the right to take such
steps for Its ovtn protection as It may
"It will bu seen that the now treaty
mecU the principal objections which
weer offered to the old Iluy-I'auncefote
convention, and which led to ita rejec
tion by the Senate
Welliuan says that while tho princi
ple of neutrality Is asserted, the Unit
ed States alone guarantees that neu
tunny, uu.l no European powers are
Invited to give their assent to it. It
wax this Invitation to Ruropc. more
than any other feature, which led to
the defeat of the former treaty.
Hy the terms of tho new treaty, tha
United States may In time of war deal
with the canal ns It deems best for Its
own Interests. It mny close the canal
MADE THIS MORNING
ludlijimtlou. It tries to dec-el VJ tho I
public by claiming through thu press
that thu beet producers cau still niaico printed side by side with the state
money at tho low pruu It is trying to went of Tolstoi thnt "the masses of
establish. This la inlso. Ii it uud i the Russian people nie In absolute lg-
bevn truu then thu trust wiiuitt Have norance of the oihlinra of un alliance
Robert Law is Transferred from Kali
hiuka to Royal School
W M. Massie Goes
There was a inccilug of thu Com
missioners of I'uiilic instruction this
morning. Present weru Cooimisslua-
ers .Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Hall, A. U. Wood
j,ud huperimcudeut oi I'uour ibsltuc-
.!ppulntnichts Hindu by School Agent l Blll" ' lu enemies, nnd could. If
i.uriis ol ruiul tu Ulau schools wero it weie innugui auvisaoie twuicii nu
evening, the following (inkers wer
Honorary president, II. P. Ualdwln.
Active pitsldent, C. J, Austin.
Hirst vice piesldent, N. II. Trnmhly,
Second vice president, .vlnses Nakul-
ireu to esia.msu 11 mi lower pneu. wt Kram.0f nnil ,lint .., Husslan
lKi ", .3?. W,nt. t retrograde, moat
gets to mako a pricu that win sttil be , Awpotlc. most cruel In the world, feel-1 na.
piolltnblu tu thu-bett sugar-men. I"K Itself b.icltcil by this strange Third vice president, (5eo. llools.
Hut this particular move on tno part I friendship with a people reputed to be Hoard of directors: II. 11. Ham, R. J.
of the sugar trust will fall llat. The I the most civilized In Kurope, Is openly ' Wllvin, A. 11. Wallace. J. r. May and
beet sugar factories will not sell their disregarding enlightened opinion nndlC A. Yarick.
Is dally becoming more 'retiogriule,' Secretary and acting treasuier. H. 0.
sugar lu tho Missouri river vauey at
1 1-2 cents under thu market vvnen a
traction of that 1 1-2 tents will movo
their sugar to every other market In
thu United States. Wnat the next
movu ot the trust will be remains tu
Thu trust ulso attempts to Justlly Its
action through the press by lnslnunt'
vessel In tho spring Jt thu Shamrock ; in;; that tho beet lactones havo gone
Everybody knows that
College, Hills, with Its fine
air, good views, water sup
ply, car service and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
nut not everyone realizes
that College Hills lots are
so much lower priced than
thOBO In tho hot, low-lying
distrltt, with no view or ear
A thlrd-or-an-acro lot ror
JDOQ is only 6 cents per
Basy terms, too. Consult
(ho Sales Agents,
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
remains on this sldo.
Sir Thomas, when askee If he would
?halleng again, saiu: "t liuve no
plans yet: nonu tbnt I can discuss, at
least. It Is altogether too eurly to talk
ol any plans.'
Hor groceries, ring up Illuo 911.
Washington. Oct. 6. Senator Piatt
of Now York was a guest at dinner
wiiu rresiuent ttnu airs, ituosovcii to
day. Tho Senator remained at the
Whltu House until after 7 o'clock,
wticn ho returned to nis hotel. Con
ccrnlng his conference) with thu Pros
Idcct be deflated ho had nothing to
say, but perhaps hu would havo some
thing to glvu out tomorroww.
President Roosevelt spent a quiet
day. He went to tho Ciraco Reformed
Cnurcb, with Miss Kthel, his daughter.
Mis. Roosevelt, who left the While
mi ot thoit right ful spueru In musing
reuned sugar Instead ofruw sugar to
bu refined by tnu trust,' Indepcndui
beet sugar pioducors Jmvo always
rimuu nuu som reuneu beet sugar, it
would be putting nnos head In tbo
Hun's Jaws with a vengeance for the
bet factories to equip themselves oniy
for thu making of raw sugars at prices
to be fixed by tho trust. Hesldoa it Is
uu economical blunder to perform In
two operations what cnn,bo done as
well In one, and again -lie making of
raw sugar would contlnn fUo uect bu
gijr Industry to the factories near .e
seaboard where tbe sugar refineries
ure located, for a factory located say
la tho State of Colorado could not ox
1st If Its, product had to pay 'iO cents
per hundred freight in he raw state
to the Coast refinery and then CO cents
per hundred more f come back to tbe
p ople of the samu State lu a form fit
Thu movement on the part of tho
sugar trust In sclll-g Its refined sugar
lar below tho cost to It of thu raw
material, cannot hut fall to call down
more despotic and iiinrti cjubI."
K. !'. nisliop bus gone to Hawaii.
Mr. Kidder wns appointed a commit
tee of one to look for a new hall. The
usual rree concert will take place Sat
unlay evening. All ure cordially liivlt
-d lo be present.
House ut the 'same time with thu
Presldont. stopped at St. uohn's lipls-.nn the head of thu trust thu eondem
copal Church with her Bon Kermlt. nation not only of the beet sugar pro
Ilotli places or worship wero throng- ilurers, but nlso ot an fair-minded pco-
ed. Mrs. Roosevelt occupied thu pie in tho country, llioy bavo placed
"President's Pew." 1 be last time tins themsclvos In an exceedingly poor po
pow wub occupied by a membor or the sltlou to go boforo Congress and nsi
Presidents lamlly was during the I lor thu perpetuation o. their power, as
first part or tho summer. refiners: althoug'.i tney hnvu recently
rrter dinner tho l'residenl ami nis airangou to increase tncir capital
NEW JERSEYSUGAR FACTOR
New York, Oct. G. Announcement
hi Just been uiudii of thu ofllcers of, ., . , .
tho Knickerbocker Sugar Rellnlug Co. I, '"n""1 0"''';. " ""K Poitugnese
thu Jl.500.000 con. em which Is erecting ""1 ,,f """ ,,,,,tor '"". "'"".
at Kdgemure. . J., a factory with a -'I'l-ared In the Police Court this fore-
capacity or 1300 barrels dally. The ' '"""V U"U,K" u
oftlceis or the new company ure George
K, Ross of the Ross & "Spraguo Com
pany, Cleveland, 0 president: Thomas
Klimore of Robert Crooks & Cp., treasurer.
Ho I nevor saw your father with
out a frown on bis face: does he al
She No; ho never frowns only
when you are arouud. Yonkors
family left tho White Houso for
hour nnd a hairs walk,
Fn.o .loli Printing tho Bill
stock to the extent of 15.100.000 to
rivet tholr control of the raw cane
In view of this act on tho part of the
sugar tru't tho United States Con
gress tan Illy afford to Inaugurate tho
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Dollvcrs packhges to any
part or tho city tor 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts or tho United
States and Huropo.
Oltlco. 1047 Hethcl St.
opposlto Honolulu Market
papeis 'I he young men who caught
him were anxious ror an example to be
ninda or tbe boy, ns thcie has been a
great deal or paper stealing or Iste.
Oouvcla pleaded guilty aud was sen
tenced to six-months In the reform
school. The boy returned to tho pris
oners' bench In tears. This started bis
mother, sjstersillnd other relatives In
the court loom und there wns a crying
bee or several minutes.
MuhIc at tho Hotel
Tho Hawaiian hotel management In
tends to give Its guests due In the Ala
meda today, n very pleasant time at
the -start-off. The Hawaiian Quintet
Club of native singers will play during
thu dinner this evening and inter on.
win iiiiiiinii music lor uancing on tun
approved, viz. Miss Elma C. Tut
lorn, assistant, .lue-mllu School; Mrs.
Lurtts'tninslcrrcd lrom Ml. View to
thu Twelve-mile School; Mrs. Clem
ent, Mt. View School.
Miss Ulcnnor A. Thomas' applica
tion fur a Huwallau certificate was
giantcd on a Micmuan state Normal
Joseph Kneo was appointed assist
aut'to thu Knnnwncnn Sc.'jl In placu
ol Miss Violet Lima, transferred
Miss Mubul L. Child, a ginduatu
nl thu Snu Jose Normal School, was
nppuluted to Ml tbu vu canty lu thu '
Anualoa School, llamak'ul. Hawaii
Tlireu applications -(or lncrcau.. of I
salaries were rutcrredto thu Finance
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i'uillCK ivticsuit nsn, uiiyj uieu in
I ktk school at KalaoaT Nor'h Kona.
Robert Law ol thu Kulibl-uka School
wut; appointed vlcv principal of tin1
Koyul hinool. in placu or At. T. P,
W. M. Mnssle, fortnerly principal
of thrt Keknbn SchubV appolntei)
principal of tho llaoti byhool, nana
Maui, In place of C, II. ,ltuven. re
signed. 'Mr. Massie lately returned
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MIH8I0NAKY TO MANILA.
Now York, Oct. C. As the result
of an urgent requeBu mat ho accept
Horn the Presbyterian Uoim ot tor
oign Mlssluus a call to work In Ma
nna, thu Rev. Dr.-Ueurgu H. Pentccosi
has severed his connection with tho
pastorate) of the Presbyterian Church
of Youkers, N. Y. Hu is ono of tho
most prominent evangelistic pastors
in this section and Is known on two
continents, having occuplea churches
In Kngland and America. Dr. Pente
cost went to Youkers from tho Maryle
hone Presbyterlnn Church of London,
where he had preached for several
one believes It ever will be), fortify the
channel or Its term.nl. In a broad
sense, the Isthmian waterway Is to be
"all American." The United Strtes Is
to build It, nnd to have complete con
trol of It. unhampered by onerous re
strictions. Ambassador Choate has brought to
thu United Rtntcs a draft of the new
treaty, and President Roosevelt will
soon have It In bis hands. The Presi
dent will be able to discuss It In his
forthcoming mersago to Congress. Ha
warmly approves It.
PHELAN OUT 0FJT.
Hollowing are the San Francisco
Mayor Joseph S. Tobln; Auditor, J.
II. Wise; Sheriff, J. 8. Wardcll; Treas
urer, Samuel II, Hrooks; Recorder, Kd
mund nndchaux; Public Admln.atrntor,
Patrick Roland; Tax Collector, Joseph
nissler; District Attorney, Lewis H.
llylugton; City and County Attorney,
Hrnnklln K. Ijine; Coroner, ,nr. Thos.
V. II, I .eland; County Clerk, George
pahlbcndcr; Police Judges, Alfred J.
Hrltz. C T. Conlan.
THINK HCHLtY WILL WIN.
Washington, Ott, G. Men who have
been present at every sitting of th
Schley court of Inquiry In the last
three weeks nre of tho; opinion that
Admiral Schley has woq his case with'
out putting tn onu word of ovldenco.
no tney uenevo tnat tno navy De
partment's enso Is growing weaker In
esseutlal points with every witness
that tbu department calls to the stand-
Wedded ton Count,
Ixmdon, Ott. 6. Tho wudding
RAN INTO A II0U8H.
Nukamura, driver of n dray with a
team of mules attached, was urrcsted
this morning (in Hethet street on thn
charge of furious and heedless driving,
The case came up lu tho Police Court
but wns continued until tomorrow,
Nukamura, It seems, did not havo
Miss Helen Morton, daughter of Levi
P. Morton, former Vlco President of
the United States, and Count lloson
do. Perlgnrd, a son of thu Duku of
Tallyrand Perlgord, was celubrs'ed to
day at St. Mary's, catholic Church,
Chelsea, Willi tonsiuerauio uispiay.
Ihc church was lavishly 'decorated
vviiii palms and funis, all .'Ue'pows
weio festooned witli white chrysanthe
mums aud red roses, and' tho side
chapels were hung with garlands of
Fcdcrnl Coittrnct ProHecutlon
It now has uppeared tnat tho rofer-
enco to the eight-hour law In ..ia Fed
eral fiovernment contracts madu by
Judge Ksteo In his charge to tho Grand
lury was occasioned by Information
'aid by tho Master nulldcrs' Associa
tion against Commandant Meiry of tie
Honolulu Naval Station. Tho com
plaint has reference to the building of
a watchman's cottage on tho naval
Soft little slippers for soft llttlo feet.
We havo them at prices from $1.50
Slippers ror evening wear nnd slip
pers ror comfort about tbo houso.
Slippers that are stylish and sllppore
that mako hot weather bearable to the
Always ploasod to Bhow thorn.
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