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XYLOPHONES FIIND R6y SALE
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Above your door may be read
by a few people, but you can
10' carry It around to all the
people can read It. Tell the
people through the Bulletin
what you have.
Attractively display their
gooda.'Buvthe merchant mutt
first get the buyer to come
hi store to tee them. Adv
tltementa In the Bulletll
bring the desired result.
WHEN ADVERTISED IIN THE BULLETIN
Vol. XI. No. 1072
HONOI,'TI,l' TERRITORY OF HAVV,AII, SATURDAY, OOTuBKIl ll 1901.
PltlOK 5 ( BNTH.'' '
The McKinley Monument
WILL BE CONSIDERED
Governor Dole as Chairman Will
Appoint Executive Committee
Which Will 'Choose a
Governor Dole presided ul meeting
lulled by blm In tbo House or Repre
sentatives' chamber, ot committers op
memorials to tbc lato 1'realdent Mo
Klnley, nt 11 o'clock this niornlug.
Thoro were present, with tne Gov
umor. Jitdgo M. M. Estee nncl Clerk
W. U. Mallng or the United Statcf
District Court, U. 8. Marshal E. 11.
Hendry, Chas. M. Cooke, president,
and Janies Gordon Spencer, secretary
of the Chamber of Comincr'co; Captain
A. G. S. Hnwcs, private secretary to
tbu Governor; Rev. . D. vVestcrvelt.
Jlcv. 0. I.. Pearson. Ilev. L. M. Hart
ley, F. M. Hatch, J. A. McCaudlcss
James II. Uod, Superintendent o.
Public Woika; 1(. C. Austin, Audi
tor; W H Wright, Treasurer; K. II.
.Staekablu, Collector or Customs; O.
V. It. King, B. Jay Greene. Q. It.
lleircj, K. J. Imaulslil oi Japanese
Merchants' Union, A. K. Ozavva, Jap
anese General Union, und J. U.
The Governor suggested the election
(r a permanent cnnlrmcr. and acceded
to a general request that he officiate
us such lilmseir. Mi. llawca, who had
und the minutes of the meeting o
Federal olllclals, was cuosen perma
nent secretary, Mr. Spencer havliiK do
illued the nomination.
Governor Dole said that It was de
sirable that the work of M-ctiriiiK a
monument to I'lesldunt McKinley
, should bo well done nnrt by represen
tative men. It a monument weic to be
erected In this Territory It should be
one to honor fittingly tlj- character
and record of tho ,ato President. Ilusl
ness nun would bo requlied to collect
the money and probably a permanent
organization be advisable to care tor
tho monument nflur Its erection. Per
haps, however, the monument might
bo turned over to tne Government. ..
had been suggested' at the meeting ol
Ktdernl olllclals that It might be well
to lucoiporate a monument associa
tion. He doubted If that were neces
sary. A good committee could do as
well, perhaps, as a corpoiatlun. A cor
poration would Involve many forms
and much work.
Mr. Spencer suggested that some
other rorm or mt'iuoi'lnl than a statue
might be considered- for Instance, a
hospital or ward of a hospital.
Governor Dole said the Federal olll
cltas did not originate thn proposal.
Mr. McCandlesa was the first, to
broach the matter In public, and he
Would like to hear ...at gentleman'
Mr. MtCandless said be spoku of the
matter of a permanent memorial, but
found the whole community felt the
same way. Whether It should take tho
form of a statue or a hospital would
be a matter for u committee to con
sider. He would suggest the appoint
ment of a committee of nlnu with au
thority to select a committee of fifty
jrom the whole Territory. Kvory
newspnper should bu represented on
thu general committee, as hu believed
the press wng unanimously In favor
of the movement.
Judge Kstt-e recommended Mr. Me
Cnudlcss for chairman or the commit
tee, For himself, he did not desire to
bo on tho committee, being a Federal
ottlclal and preferring to son this a
movement or tho general public. Hu
moved that an executive committee or
nine be appointed to take such action
as might bu deemed proper. This was
the course ha had seen tnken In anoth
er part ot thu country to do honor to
thu memory of a distinguished cltlten
Ills motion was seconded.
.Mr. Cooke doubted if nluo were suf
tit lent nnd moved In amendment to
make the number thirteen.
Mr, Spencer doubted the advisabili
ty or Increasing thu number when tho
Hverybody knows that
College Hills, with Its flno
air, good views, water sup
ply, car servlco and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
Hut not everyone realizes
that College Hills lots are
so much lower priced than
those in tho hot, low-lying
district, with no view or car
A thlrdof-nnncro lot for
S900 Is only i! cents per
Kasy terms, too, Consult
the Sales Agents.
McCIellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
I M HI H
Frederick W. Ifankey returned In the"
Alameda from his mission to Wash
ington as envoy ot the Hawaiian Par
Association. -He was early at his office
In the Campbell block, where he cor
dlnlly received n Uulletln ..reporter.
The attorney was In'ahlrtslccvca, busy
putting Ms office Into shape for work.
"You iliaye already .received through
the papers all the Information I could
give you on my trip, Mr. Hanker re
plied to r. question regarding things In
Washington. As to how he had" per
sonally enjoyed his stay at the national
capital, he said; '
"I was 111 much of the time with
"Everything Becms prosperous In the
East. Yes, President Roosevelt hat
taken hold of the government In a
manner to establish public confidence,
"Tho i'flllln lit flSVnratllv rtrdnlAll tltf
public men nt Washington and there
i. im...i. .k.. i. ..in -. i..
Ij nn Impression that It will not be
"v iw.v. mn auwa(w avns uvu tJj
Inn., .leline.) Attnrtmv rinm.rnl Ifnn.
n -'. ......, i.... .. .
had rendered nn opinion to the effect
that any domestic corporation had a
right to lund a cable on American tur-
rltory. It was under nn Act of Con-
Is In San Francisco nnd will leave fori
home on thn "lib "
Mr iinnkot" la t,,.t rl.t ,.r .it. ti.i-,t
t..ii. t. .L.u ,t.i i
..w..... .. .. .,,v..nn ,... ......v
stilty rrom hoarsened.
I4 t a la rU ln ll rn r P3 !la P M
small committee was to appoint a
'tho Governor suld n small commit
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Mr. McCandless again spoku of the
udvlsnblllty or huvlne n larce tieneral
. ....!.,.. n.l.. .... .,.. .
VUlllllllllue. 1 lieru were IWCIVU or
rmirli.en ni.u-aiinnnrd tn l. r....r,.u..il.
...I In. .In, llnv In nnnAa,. n n .1 Plilnnui.
rr.i. "--.""'" i. .v."- ...... ....., r.
Hllo and other outside centers would
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..nu nnuum uu.llik inni' II llV.'lj IIIIII
,.ut I.. tt.rt .nv..nw.nt
Judge Bslee smilingly suggested Hint
thirteen wns an unfortunate numb. v.
Innugiirntliiii there had not been a full
meeting of the committee.
Finally, the number or the commit I
ecu was icii ai nine, i tie ciovonit.''
said bu would announce tho namm
through tbe newspapers!
i.m n mntiii.
I to adliiiirli
ny Jiiugo Esieo carriea io .nujtiirii
Biibjcct to tbo cnll or thu chair vvhei.
the Goveruir-was ready to an.nottnco
Mr. Westervelt after discussion
withdrew a motion thnt Governor Dole
bo chairman of o committee, but It
was voted that the Governor should
b"t a member- of n.
Now York, Oct. 10. A special to
tbe Herald from Washington says:
During a call by Senators Ciillom and
Mnson vesterdav President Knnsnvelt
hiad occasion to make some very point
ed remarks about thu caual treaty
with Great llrltaln. which will be sent
to tho Senate tor ratification this win
ter. Mnson Is opposed to almost all
things connected with thu llritlsh em
plro. While hu was tnlkiug with the
1'resldunt about matters which would
come before the Senate tbls winter,
bo said: '. urn against any treaty
on thu subject of tbo canal and will
oppose It, The United States should
Ignore tho uinyton-llulwer treaty, and.
after abrogating It, go ahead and con
struct tho canal without tiny reference
to any other nation."
The President told Mason that any
man who was opposed to the canal
treaty tho Administration would -send
to the Senate would have to go tar to
explain his conduct to nls constituents.
After the treaty was read lie man who
opposed it would, in tbo President's
oplnlon.jbnve to recede or assume a
position that hu was not only an ene
my or tho canal and of tho united
States, but nlso waB ii friend to Great
llrltaln to tho exrluslou of his own
UTILE BOY KILLED
A little Chinese boy about 14 years
of age was killed this morning in tho
Nutianu stream by being struck by a
tailing derrick bolug placed upon a
piic-uriver in progress of construction
on Queen street near the river.
Tho little fellow with some compan
ions was at play In thu shallow water
and had been warned to keep clear ot
danger. A guy-rope attached to tho
derrick slipped and tho neavy timber
washed down upon tho children. It
hit tho little Chinese and killed him
Instantly. Tho body, of the child was
taken to tho morgue In tbo patrol
wagon. IIIb name was not learned
for as soon aa the accident happened
bis companions scampered for thnli
CECIL RHODH8 IN SICK
London, Oct. 12. Coca Rhodes,
whose part In politics and emplro-mak-Ing
Is vividly recalled by tne Schnnd
horst letters, Is living nlmost absolute
ly alone, at a quiet hotel, nn a diet nnd
with tho attention of a man who Is se
riously 111. There is no doubt thnt he
Is suffering from heart disease and Is
no longer tho robust man or forme
times, yet ho never missed a day this
neck nt tho office of tho llritlsh Char
tered South African Company,
eresu of nliout ISIS lie until nnthlne Coninanv rlalmeil It bad thn uow-er tn "" " "' 'v uin.aui. rum p .uai nuj ..uui.u. uv mm.-n- in inn .ie , ..ij. . . ,......, ,, .. .......v. ,u -r
Sout I, Ph.lpp.nes 'or thu fam.'cabllf" T&lS M xWltiZ itW "' ""k' - "' t "? "T " "
treaty at leas, In the extracts I saw , - d.-gard.l at tho time by the '-eJ,-"" "''1'' S" tf"? $& ' enough , shake the confidence f the' ; for he prosecu. on an
published. "jtcn.iarj ol war. Tht, ,y,lcm llint , ln t.outoniplatlon ,N alleged to be a very poor ftlend or Court In the pretensions put forward: "'"c ',.'".,, . ." luwnMn,
i...i,r,. ii.Mm.hrni',, U ,.ii.. .. nil ir-' There Are Many Snaot. tlmt wnnlit invnit., if , .. ni..,t ..t n. (iillf...ni.. ...,iiii,ui,.,.,ii.,,. t.iu i,.,,.i i nn i.phnlr i.r ii. n niinniinnt " i t oi tut. uiit uuani iierst II,
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Hint n few would do tho work. Tho cu runcludo to put thu (.ovommt'iit miit or u r.ovcmmcut t'ulile hctwein this time hnrd io doddi. hnotnlnhr wur Hiiddmly Ized nlthi n tl I r r , i
fieok pari b?ntntt?rt f'Vh j ""? " "' W " " K- M MF.N r, T, ,-.... ' -J''.t ?"' " 't'lngh, ''' "? t
u iu a itt si n.iit sti nvj.isniriitj(- BiaVallB BBjasj niai raaua U M BUM II !.. . IaT Wt W WWr M WUMWW im laillfH
CABLE CAN LAND
IN AMERICAN WATERS
OPINION OF KNOX
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Washington, Oct. II. Attorney Gou .Into tbe cable business, Just as the , thu Hawaiian nnd Philippine Islands.
eral Knox made a-veriyl report to tho Government constructs nnd operates which would, perhaps, bo a prcllml-
President n.l rAhlnci intlnv reenrd. '" telegraph lines at home as nary step toward tne much-mooted
I resident and Cabinet today regard-, w ng n ,h) ngu,,r pulsion,,. tn Government postal telegraph, a ghost
Ins; the result of his Investigations Into view of all these -onslderntlons thu .that arises at every dividend feast ol
tho Pacific cable question. His nonelu-1 belief Is growing that tho President I the Gould financiers with provoking
sinn was that under thu law of 1868 nd Cabinet finally will decide to hold Iregularlty.
any domestic comnanv could Innd any
i.i ! VL ZhZ "!, i nitrvi
states or Its possessions. The Presl-
.li.nt nml ttw. Pnl.ln..t , miielnnnil I
ut'llt ttlltt 11ITJ VC.JI1IUV n IT tUI llllVvl
by tbe verbal report that no t'xccutlvt.t
nrtlnn U rnlleil fnr nl tliU limn Thn
action is caiieti itir ni mis time, i un
ITCSltlent Will gO OVer till! SUUJ
. . . . ... ... ... ...
oral tomorrow and will: review lliij
uit,.,t nmit..r in hi. mnm. t r.
Kress Tho law of 1886 Is the same
law under which the Pottnl Telegraph
Nvv lurk, Oct. S. A special to thn
Tribune from Washington says: At
,n0 -,'ll,l"'- meeting today Attorney
O'-ncral Knov fnllcd to report on tlw
.....,-(jincKay ra-inr tatilu pioiKislllort,
Kutr. Is making a very exhaustive ex-
amluntlon of the subject und finds II
most complicated. At first Uuh Porn
seems to bn no nroblem at n!l. bur tlltt
further the Attorney General gets Itno
tl... mnllnp tt.f, i.mv.lp nml mnn. 1.1
volvcd becomtit i-e subject with
.... . ... - ti
wuicu no lias to no.
It Is not doubted that whoever first
l.at'u ,. itl. I.. ..'lit .1.1 nu .... .n l.til.tll.
i'jn " ' '"" "" "J" " ."..-
Illte Oerllld a COlnlllUlclnl IUIIIlOllolV of
VlTV Creftt VnltU Tills mlllll Illlt llO
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averieu. mere wouiu noi no ior n
I.tt... Minn l.ttulmttiU .nnltrrl. t. IllutllV
a .". . - ..-.n rf....
niintlier rntinmnv In lavlne another
cubic. Congress may Insist that It
alone has thn niithoilty to deal finally
Peking. Oct. 3.-
written to thu Ministers of the now-
.. ... . T
K'f. requesting the withdrawal from
' ,VKll,S "f thu rorelgn business csUb-
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j ., .- a, ,- "
a treaty port, that foreign business
i,,...a..u hnv.. i....n niumiiv ..Minhiiuheri
iviii iimiijunuyHuuiiriiiHi. ihuhiuluu lUULhlVin IIUUnLIF j
here and should bo moved to treaty t,in anJ by-laws were finally adopted,
ports. He desires tho Ministers tn , "ie riui ""K decided upon will con
cure their removal. Tho Ministers ' "J"1 triangular Hag with red field,
have nrranged for a meeting on the re-, the base nf which will bo two-thl-ds
itiest nf nr. Mtinim von Schwarticn-1" length. In tbe field will be a blue
stein, the German Minister, to endeav
or to agree upon joint representation
in opposition to Prince filing's de
mand. can't see czolgosz
Albany, N. Y., Oct. 7. State Super.
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orders thnt Czolgosz, the murderer of
7. ........ . . . ..
i esldent McKinley. 'must not bu the
ii.bject of notoriety while In Auburn
prison awaiting electrocution.
must not bn seen, nud visitors must
uot bu permitted to enter any part of
the prison where knowledge might bo
gained or his location. The warden
ot the prison iins been instructed tu
inform the guards and other employes
of tho prison thut the divulging of any
Insinuation concerning him or his do
ings will bo considered u grave breach
ol discipline and will be dealt with ac
cordingly. THEY OPPOSE DIVORCE
Sun Francisco, Oct. Hi. A vigorous
debate preceded thn udoptlon of tho
new canon on marriage und divorce
by the House of Illshops yesterday.
Twenty-nine Illshops opposed the
strict amendment prohibiting tho Kplw
copal clcrg from solemnizing the
mnrrlagn of any dl voiced persons,
wuether an Innocent or guilty pnity
to the divorce and regardless of thu
giouuds upon which thu divorce wus
granted. Only thlrty-seyen lllshopc
favored the amondmont. Tho number
of votes required to carry the amend
ment was thirty.
The canon, which Is No. IPS. us adopt
ed by tho House of Plshops reads nn
1. Thu solemnization of matrimo'iv
In this church la a ccrviru in which
the mutual consent of tbo narlles en
tering Into this state nt life Is glveu In
thu presence of a mln's cr, who, -u
Ing pronounced them In tbo iinmu of
Ihu Holy Trinity to bu man and wife,
Invokes thu Divine blessing upon their
'2, In thu solemnization of mutrima
ny tho ministers or this jhui-ou shall
be careful to ascertain anil to observe
thu law or the stato governing the
civ II contract or marrlago in thu place
where the service shall bo performed.
3. No minister shall solemnize the
marriage of auy person who, under the
law of tho place ot marriage. Is not
Irte to marry without the consent of
parent or guardian, unless tho parent
or guardian ot such minor Is present
und consenting, or shall have given
written consent to tho marriage, or Is
permanently resident In a foreign
4, No minister shall solemnize a
ninrrlago except In tho presence ot nt
hast two witnesses, nor, In rasa tho
parties -aro unknown to tint minister,
without tho prcsciicQ of witnesses to
whom tho parties am personally
known, unless In the Judgment of tho
minister It shall be Impracticable to
obtain such witnesses.
5. Every minister shnll without do
lay formally record In thu propor reg
ister tho name, ngo and residence of
each party. Such record shall
lno ,BCKOy proposition in anoyance
"""I Congress hns a chance to deal
Old Enemies at Work.
I i.l.li.. o a -II
,, """'"""' "".'n'.Tin ..'v.. -n
lnu Ban r ratichico lluiietln says: Thu
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,i..n.nni. .. n..t i H..I H.i
1'iL'ir.riiiiii (-uiiiiiiiitit'H hull iiiik f'litiii
ncnl8 wlth tln' Uuv of copmT and
'nc have clashed swords at tne Na-
i.ivHiupii viiniei."i b mill iiiii I iiiiii-
"0DH Capital, nnd(lt Is nil over the
ProPcl trans-Patinc cable thnt Is
oxpundlturc of millions of dollars la
still In the shell form with two con-
tending factions, ench with monster
fortuues back of them, warring over
thu nalcliliig. -
John W. Mackay. representing tho
Commercial Cable Company and allied
Interests, recently applied for it fran -
rhlsn tn hllllil n cnlile nr-rnnu the . n.
cldc. Tht! news was balled with tie.
ttntit ttu tt.n ....... I.. ,.r fl.n nn..HAUal....
West, and It was taken for emitted
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teat hu would win his battle fur right
to control tho wires
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i.u. mu auui.K ifiu.i i.,u nnn mil
reckoned Willi. Tne U'pslertl IIllli.ll
IU-nilln hflVI, l.lnntln.l fnr tl.tlllV ..mn t.l
r . r-r. . -: .: ' "-.--
noiu tne control, of me truns-rnclllc
ix.ulnnuu ul.nnl,! Il .iv'br l.n ..... .. r.....
w..s...vb. mowm... . .v, ...nun- n ,u,
tor In Weuterit cnl.li. liitalm.Ma nml
they arc not in the i.timor In let Hie
trnuchlse slip pastthem. On the nth.
At thu adjourned mectltiK of tho
- .. .. . - . .
' 1'Rlu"'"- al" euuiu
at the Hawaiian Hotel the comt tu
circle with a white star. Tho commo
dortt's and vice commodore s nags had
already ocen decided upon. Private
signals for thu ueslgnatlon of the tilt
Tcrent yachts nrc now- In order nnd
mnyi bt'mado to suit tho tastcH or tbs
Thn run and lunu for nuxt Saturday
was finally decided upon and a good
tlmu Is assured members and their
iKiiesin uy tne aniioiutnieui oi inc. nil'
I lowing comniltte.i on entertainment
rnnulutlt.. nf l,.rt Ptlli.nln Ttnnrv
, ?1011"Ih,," ". ,,,,rt, Cn!:'n,n "on,7
i ,ln- Vlco Comniodoro Prince avid.
Prince Cuiild, A. 11. Ciinha and II. A
Wilder. It Is the intention for the
boats to leave hern ror the rendesvouz
on Saturday next nt 3 o'clock. At Pirn-
loa the teas! will bu spread and tho
evening spent. Sunday morning, races
around Pearl Harbor will take placn
and a hau.lltnp rncu to port will finish
up thn day's sport. A fine cup ror
tho winning boat has been put up by
Commodore Hobron. its u tiophy for
tho run home.
Ti.,h afternoon Commodore Hobron
and a crew will go to Pearl river In
the Gladys and tnmoriow the reefs In
the channel and thu daugeious points
around the Ford's Island course will
bo plainly marked.
Tho membership fee of thu charter
member of S Is now- due and payable
to tho treasurer nf tbe club, P. 1,.
signed by the minister who solemnizes
thn marriage, nnd. If practicable, by
the married parties, und nt least two
witnesses or the marrlago.
V. No minister shall solemnize n
marriage between any two persons tin
less nor until, by Inquiry, ho shnll
have satisfied himself that neither
person Is thu husband or the wife ot
any other person then living; unless
thu former marrlago was annulled by
n decree of some civil court of compe
tent Jurisdiction ior cause existing be
fore such former ninrrlago.
The amendment wns offered by
Illshop Duanu In behalf of the commit
tee on revision of the canons, and
wsh ably supppnrtud by the Illshop on
the floor. The personnel of tbo vote
was not glveu out.
mist waitttwo years
New York, Oct. 12. As the New
York Yacht Club has dcrllncd to allow
Shamrock 11 to contest again for the
cup until two yenrs have elapsed rrom
the date of her defeat, a suggestion hat
been made to Sir Thomas Upton to
challenge with Shamrock 'I for next
year, says tho Tribune. The two years
which must elapse after tho defeat of
one boat before sho can sail again tor
the cup will cxplie In favor ot the first
Shamrock on October 20th nnd the sug
gestion Is that If tho first Shamrock
has, as reported, received the Improve
ments sho greatly needed when she en
tered her races with thu Columbia In
1899, sho should be tn good condition to
give the Columbia n good run for tne
trophy In 1902,
Pino .loli Pritithiir at tbo IJul-
Prince Cl'.tng has lilt IflLV IsfU fill IkL
yyucn aincKny miiue application for
the franchise to lay a Pacific cable ho
.was certain of success. He did not
count on opposition, tint It Is come.
nil t i t .
..-.T. .37,in. .. . ... i ""cn"
pistes securing tho valuable right to
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yiuuiiu iiiiii ii u.ei in mi- l.UKUSU I
uinmiiii v iiirii ii iivit
.company thnt controlls all the Orient-
al cables and tho cables of tae Central '
fnnd South Ameilcnn Cabin Cumpaiiy. i
.Further claim Is made that Mr.
.accumulated most of his vast fortune
there. Hu has Invested little money in
Pnclflc Coast enterprises, nud has glv
en little evidence of Interest In the'
old Slute that brought him pniinlneiico
' Oi course, this Is the Gould lobby
.riid of tbe (ontroveisy. The jams
Inif. lerel-re.l tn l.v tin. MneLnv tw..tt.l,i
as pure fictions Invuntcd fur tho pur -
nnun nt ,.p,...n.ll.. .1... n !
from crantlnir the Irnnclilsi. and ..rTcr.
Ing tho Cabinet
' . .: .
officials tin opportu- denie the h)Moil: Dec Hive House, at u w1, f r(.aotlI und for'tho protrc- -lelr
preference for a - oc tick this afternoon titer an f ,, ,,cu h00 c01lM nr,r0 t0 IV
nity to littln the
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.fu.ini u. tru.viililiuui SSU-IH. (
. Tllll (ll.ll'l l.tn....t nltleliilu lniui.ti.t-
nntlYll tl.nt tl.n ,nl.1n will t.nt .. In l.a ,
-- - -- --'" .-.-. --
constructeil, nml it will not bo long I
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riirnrillm tl.,, iron.. ti.ii.iiuL- ImimHiini !
undertaking, but whether the Gould or
tho Mackay lobby of financial giants
Sup-ilntcndcnt of Public A'rk,rt presidency ot which he was th.j! '"I '" "!!fi,la T?P 1
!,n!l.":i -.'":" 'r""! - '-'-two cec,..or, MnK ! "-' Z, M." 't
wi.eiess teicgiiiniiy uns morning:
"Wulliikii reservoir seriously Injur
ed. Come or send Campbell by first
"W. K. HAL."
VnalilnRtnn, Oct, 10. -The President
today nisde the following appoint-1
ments: Justice Kugcnit It. Hendry,,
Hawaii, United Stntes Marshal, Terrl-'
toty of Hawaii.
ARMS FOR REFORMERS
Pun In N fie 1 Tlw.
Canton has received an Inilmatlon from
the Chinese Minister Iu London to tha
effect that Inrge quantities of dynamite,
arms and ammunition have been ship
ped to China, presumably for tbe una
of thu reformers.
8AY8 DUTIPK ARE I.BGAL.
ll.tltlmore. Oct. 12. Judge Morris,
In the United Stntes District Court, de
cided tnat the extra tariff duties levied
'U iiiiii l.iu caiiu iui... uiilies luviru i
sugar Imported from lunula Into.
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sinn was rendered In tho case of A, K
Downs against the Government, In
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sre eqiiivuirni iu uottniics.
Late Hufjar I o opt.
New York, Oct. 12. Sugar raw,
steady; fulr refining, li B-ICcj centrifu
gal, 9C test, 3c; niolassU sugar 3c,
Refined, steady. Ciushed, 5. (10c; pow
dered, 5.20c; grunulutcd, G.lOc.
The "Al-Vlsla" Is the name of the
new panoramic camera. Ilcforc buying
have us show It to you. Far ahead of
anything yet made In the camera lino.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
An eight-year-old Portuguese boy
with a badly broken leg enmu In tho
Klnau today ror treatment.
Tho Coroner's Jury In the ense of the
death of .he boy ntnr the'clty mill Is
meeting this afternoon.
The Merchants' Parcel Deliver)'
Dellvors packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped 'o
all parts ot thu United
Stntes and Hurnpe.
Olllco, 1047 Ilcthol St.,
opposlto Honolulu Market,
U. u. 1R1L HENDRY j
San Francisco, Oil. S. The United
States Court of Appeals handed down'
u decision yesterday In a Chinese lm-1
migrant ease appeuled from the Hhwu-I
Han District Court that Illustrates the'
suspicion with which the Judiciary
looks upon Chinese testimony and Its
fntnlllarlty with the attempts made by
Chinese to evade tbo provisions of. the
exclusion law.. Chun Hoy, the alleged
son of Chun Fook, claimed to bav
been bom In Honolulu, but left with
his mother for China when he was but
a year old. He returned in August.
1000, then 1H years old, nnd demanded
tbc right to land on the ground that hn
was born on Hawaiian soil, The al
leged father was not notified of his
coming, but one who wus acknowledg
ed to be a total stranger, Yee Fook,
was advised by a friend In China, who
sent a photograph of the boy for Ills
Identification. The Hawaiian court, to
whose notice the case was finally
hriiucht. ilented him tbe rlffht to lnnd
"d this decision was alumicd by ths,
Appellate Court. No ifllrmatlvc pioof
was put forward by the applicant, and
.r,iKe Itoss, who wrote the opinion,
Salt Ijike. Utah, O-'t. 10. Uircozo
Snow fifth president of the Churih ot
Jesus Christ of I alter Day Saints, bet
' C nllUnll
as the Mormon church, died
fa'""r unexpectedly at Uls private rel
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nun-nit iu.li nun in-eil null mill! OI.-II-,.
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me cause in ueutn was nil
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. hlllu C ..ml .l.o tin,, Urool
nrnnt nnis. rii.verai weens ago i rcsi
dent Snow contracted a cold. He was
nt hit. desk, however, attending ton
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ei, y. Sm,. ,,nii iimiKer Cluwsou.
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Until his successor Is chosen, which
may not be until theiinuiial coiifcttme
next April, the leadeishlp of the
church wlt devolve upon the council
or, twelve apostles, of which hoiiy
Smith Is the rcc.gnlnzed head. Unless T J"'" ."-".. -" "-
death should comet., him In the mean- '"'J1 J". T T.h T " o t
time, Smith will be tbe next president ""V" la"r '" ,h ,,0dy f ,''1"
of the . lunch Tim ciiurih lenders will f ? "' i .,.tl.it4t ...!
probably meet tomorrow and make ,,'"'""" 'ttt ttt
rangements for. the funeral.
At n meeting of tne church leader!
tonight It wns decided to hold funeral
services over the remains of the lnt
persldent nt the Tabernacle next Sun-1
i day morning. The Interment will bt
at llrlghnm City.
. President Snow during his life won
I the husband nf nine wives nnd the fa-
er "f foity-thrco children. Three oj
I l.lu HlllAd nl nllll HiiIhm
' 1,,H wUe a, 8lln llvln
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Washington, Oct. 10. Acting (lover- ,eeded Io give evidence regarding what
nor Cooper of Hawaii has forwarded to, took place In the room In the teachcra
the Interior Department tbo report of (l(ittnge. She said that tho principal
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Lands for that Territory, on a com- In rninnanv w It
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tbo Honolulu Republican, alleging that
public lands were being disposed of
contrary to the existing authority and
to the Interests of Hawaii.
Ho.l IIe that some of ,.,,. state-
inltllu In tlin i f il tiltl I ft t lira nliaiivil
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The revenues fioni the pro
ceeds of the sales, ho says, go toward
the maintenance of the ndmlnlstrntlvu
government. Tho Hawaiian hind act
of lS9fi, he reports. Is well suited tn
the conditions In the Hawaiian Islands
and under It the demand ror public
land has been active and fair prices
have btcn realized fnrMhe benefit of
the public treasury, and speculation
and land grabbing have been minimiz
Chicago, Oct. 10. Stricken by recur
rent affection or the heart, a malady
to which hu has long been subject,
Marquis Ito, the former i render of
Japan, lu confined to his room at tbo
Auditorium Annex, nnd may lie rorccd
to abandon his prospective tour o( the
United States. Ills condition Is Bticb
thut his attendants aro much distress
ed concerning him. All plans for the
visit in Chicago were laid aside and
no arrangements were made for th
coulluuunce of tho tourney.
1' Koynma, tbo .Marquis, physician,
said tonight that his condition was less
hopeful than In the early part of the
journey "Wo mav be forcod to ro
turn to Japan at any tlino because ot
Ills excellency's healtn, ami ror that
reavon wo have innuu our plans from
day to duv."
Hlic Ik Golf Chnmnlnn.
New York, Oit. 12. Miss Lucy Her
ron of Cincinnati, won the women's
national golf (hauiplonshtp today by
defeating Miss Genevieve I locker of
Ornngc, N, J., by livo up and three to
WAIAH01E CASE IN
Miss Mudge Principal
STATEMENT OF SHERIFF
BEFORE JUDGE WILCOX
Rose Lui On Witness Stand Head
of School Tells Her
Story Case Thiik '
l and knowing the tacts for tbe tic-
j fcnc. I believe now that It would
1 be r. wiong and an Injustice to-
t ward the defendant for the prose- t
cut Icin to proceed flintier with the
! cuse against her. While 1 beiiuvo
and know- that she was present at
i the alleged wrongful examination
made by Dr. Wlnslow, I believe
f now that she was there not from t
any wrongful motives, but for tbe
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i iiiiii. IIIIII 1 l-liec 11 wnuio tic -
Wriltlg tt lier Ulld U WTOng Ul ttlO
Court to proceed further with the
t m.e, and therefore nk that a
nolle prosequi be entered In this
This It the statement made by
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4 ;lm ry on - ,togt, .u (l 4
Hawaiian girl ot Wiilahole, Koo-
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-,lr- nrowns intention s tnnt it
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t- n.iiii. nun ... v,u iu evi-rj jiuri tn T
I the Islands in order that there
shall be no mistake In the attitude
of the police department. Mhu
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. After the e-ise of Ml Mmln. hni
been nolle pros'il, High Sheriff Ilrown
' called the name or Dr. Wlnslow and
! the defendant nrlslng, went over with
1,1. trnevs. Messrs. An.ln.wa nn.l A...
rtrn,le. a plea of not guilty was enter-
f, i,Mt. before the trial proceeded, all
persons excepting officers of the court
n,i ,,..uM)11,.r ,n were oiph.il.vt
(rm tm lmml nt the request of l.m
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nigh HhfTlfT Thn hii-Rc door wna cioh
fil unit tllin I Ins a l.iii tlii rnmnlnlnln
ultnrtth, WiiH cnllfd to the tttand. Spf
cl.il Officer George Sea acting as inter-
The girl, after telling of the pnr-
Hilars regarding the general exami
nation In the srhool at Walahole dur
Inir the lattPr nnrt nf last month, nrn-
go to her room and.
llh that lady, she had
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K"in- iin-re. jr. vv insiow entered later.
she wns told by Ihe principal of the
i t.noo! to take off nil her clothes and
lie on the bed. This she did. Shu was
much frightened nnd cried. The doc-
tor thru told her to tto on tbc edge of
the bed nnd then enmo the examina
tion, thn details of which need not b
stilted litre, 8iit!lro it to say that the
witness said Dr. Wlnslow wn. rnnh in
his examination ..nn that hn mini hr-
The witness continued, saying that
she had not consented to tao examina
tion. She believed Dr. Wlnslow to
have been drunk nt the time; this she
Judged by his Hushed face and ths
smell of bis breath.
Miss Mudge was the next wltnesa
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Sort little slippers ror soft little feet.
Wo bavo them at prices from $1.50
Slippers for evening wear and slip
pers for comfort about tho house.
Slippers that nre stylish and slippers
that mnko hot weather boarablo to tha
Always pleased to show them. '
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