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RVRNINO nUT.LKTIN. HONOLULU, II. T., 8ATURDAY. OCT. 19, 1901,
Wished Kvery Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T H.. bv the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FAIUUNUTON... Editor
Entered at the Pt OBlco at Hono
lulu as Becond-class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. 8....$ ,75
Per year, anywhere la U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Telephone .. ..
Post Office Box ,
SATL'UUAY OCTOIIBIl 19, 1901.
With Hunkey and the biased Attor-
ne Oeneral on board why should the hour of 2 n. , Bnnrp fmlvA brpak.
Alameda get In on time. f r CIimt, from ,,,,, )ark 8rfnc0 nn(1
! crashed upon the deck from stem to
Opposition to the Mackay Pacific en- ttein cnu,UK tlc bark to tremble
ble Is beginning to show Its hand as i t10,,Rt, n n norm. Tho lookout barc-
xpwti-d. The IcgiU status as found byjj cenped drowning. Captain Cnmer-
Attorney Oeneral Knox, however, gives. on nml t,c lm. iH,1)W ,iock wcrc 0,
promls.- tbnt tne cable cnu b- Inld In Ittiln a minute, but the sea was ngaln
spite of the Oould antagonism, I calm. They wire, however, entertain-
- led hy a rumbling noise that appeared
President Uooiurtt lias had a con- to come from the deep, and a repett-
versatlon with Senator Mason on the, lion of the tidal wave was exacted
imtl Irnatv lnrii-lnir frfim til,- mAnrlH
........ ..,, wuur.,,ip. ,. .,- ...-
ut tin, cnnviTs.'illon. Theodore Itoose-1
-l Is none the less forceful hy reason
of his being tho Nation-. Chief Kxeeu-
When the alleged cnBe against Miss
Muilnc was first brought to public
notice the Ilulietln urged a suspension
of Judgment until the facts could be
learned. The complete vindication giv
en the lady In the court this morning; "" l-rnnclsco. Od. S. Another ac
is ratifying not alone to her mi.m1,"",1v m". h.?. 'i'.. nA"' V? 'h"
friends but to Kll respectnhli. eltlrens
who deprecate slander and more espe-
...... .. . . .. ., .l ....,. .i.
naiiy iiin emnuer which iuiucks im;
cluirncter of n woman
those, so quick to rope;
stories about Miss Mudge,
common decency to spread
equal vigor the complete and absolute
vindication obtained alter searching
Ko the time being at least Thurs
ton has ceiuwd hU attacks on Judge
tiumpnrejH. ana me season is now ui i
hand for explanations. Thurston bus which is opioslug the trust, said yes-rept-iitedly
charged In his paper that terdny "It Is a fact that tho Western
llumphrcjs had n criminal record in Hugar Ituflnlug Company nas under
Arizona; tho refusal of the Attorney today's date, mudo a decline of JO
. .... .... ri,nt u imr hnndritil nn llnlt nnn. uk.
Ut-nerai to listen to this was suld to be
one of the reasons for Judjc Humph-
reys , Indication. Now that 1-rcderlck
W liankey, reprmenlntlte of the liar,
Assoc at on has rcturneil t s nroix-r
tlmt Thurston should produce such el
dence as he may have to proo a erlml
In anv unrt of ludee l!iim-',:now
reer The lui." In .'ha
reer. fhe Ilulietln chu
lengea Thurston to produce the el
Ueme or stand befori- the
WAIAHOLE CASE IN
POLICE COURT TO-DAY
(Continued from pign 1.)
called. Thin Udy answered her ques
tions straight from the shoulder and In
a most dignified manner, not llinching
from even the most embarrassing In-
quirleD that It was necessary- for the
prosecution to answer. This was tne
substance of Miss Mudge's testimony:
"The doctor told me after the general
examination that ho belled the glr.
Rous.) Mil. to be pregnant. I asked
him fils reasons for this belief and he
stated that his suspicions were aroused
by the abnormal development of cer-
tain parts of the body. Ho stated that,
In order to ascertain whether he was ,
correct, a second examination would
, ' i i ii ,. ,i i ,
he necessary, I asked him If he though
such a course necessary and he said
that he would bn better satisfied. j
"I bowed to the authority of Dr. ,
Wlnslow ns physician under the Jloatd
of Health. It was a mntter In connec
tion with his business. I saw nothing
of what went on. 'Tho doctor had his
back to me nnd I was sitting In a chair.
On cross-examination, Miss Mudge
testified In effect, us follows: "After
the examination. Dr. Wlnslow said l.iat
he could not tell if the girl were preg
nant However, something hnd hap
pened to her as she was badly lacerat
ed. I did not see the doctor do a thing
out of the way. Ho went about hli
business In a professional manner nnd
was not brutal in nny way. Ho acted
In a gentlemanly and courteous man
ner toward me. No. there was no odor
of liquor from Dr. Wlnslow,
The mother of the girl, Hose I.ul,
was examined by the prosecution nnd,
at 12 o'clock m., a recess was taken un
til 1 o'clock, when the casi will he con
tinued. This nfternoon will -4- the
end of the trial.
THE ORATORIO SOCIETY
A new oratorio society for tho pro
duction of Handel's Messiah was or
ganized last night In Pauahl Hall of
Oahu College. The nucleus of this so
ciety Is mainly formed hy tho ladles
and gentlemen who sung Haydn's Cre
ation last spring, flut a good many
new members have applied and were
present Inst night at thn pcrllmlnary
meeting, and the subsequent first ro
hearsal. Prof. Dallaseyus Is very much
gratified and encouraged by tho many
responses following his Invitation; he
hopes to bring the membership to
about one, hundred nnd havu a regular
nnd permanent oratorio society Incor
porated. He Intends also to start an
orchestra section In conectlon with the
vocal class. In tho near future. Rehear
sals aro held every Friday at 8 p. m. In
Pauahl Hall and new applications will
ho gladly accepted. Among those pres
ent last night were Mesdames J, F.
llrown, V. S. Dodge, Thfo. Hlchards,
Misses B. Cameron. Iurn Cook,
Blanche W. Frost, V. Hill, Sarah I-y.
rnn, Alice and Oertrudo Drown, Helen
K. Sorenson, Dagmnh Sorenson, Hello
Johnson, Florence Osborne, Amy Hoe,
Messrs. A. Ilenson, 0. CI. Uenrdsleo,
Dr. O. W. nurgess, W. W. Campbell,
R. U Collins, A, Constnble, W. I
Fletcher, 0. II. McClellan. C. Du Ilol, P.
Melchers, Mr. and Mrs. h. II, Miller.
Off NORTHERN COAST
San Francisco, Oct. 8. An over
whelming wave that nro-c from a
smooth sen, to the accompaniment of
subterranean thunder that continued
I for half nn hour on the night of June
10th last, forms the substance of a re
port inndn yesterday to the llrnnch
llydrogrnphlc Ofllrc b) Captain .1. II.
Cameron of the bark Theobald. The
phenomenon occtired In latitude 51
degrees, 18 minutes north, longitude
1G1 degrees, 10 minutes west, tthen the
Theobald was en route from Nanalmo
to Dutch Harbor.. A moderate breeze
was blowing at the time, the sen was
mn,i(h ntiil ttnlt- flin itatKil Innlrnnt
' ,,,,, ... ,,, .,11i
tmfll ..Ftuc ,li ttiiin.t.i,- .1I...1 nwnv linW
,iu... ...... . ....i.' .......i.i'. ,...a ......j. ...... i
an linnr l.itpr. An .nrlliniinki I !.
llee,l to have caused the disturbance. ,
i, )t.Uorknownas 1C ..,,.,. trgtt..,n
the campnlgu whiib it has begun
i. . .! . , ... J!l.
against mo uvvi sugar inuusiry. rno
If possible let, cut in no price or granulated, sugar , V ".,:""' .Ti". "..... v "..'..
it the damaging ail .Missouri rher points. wh...1 -;". '""', """ . "" Z ," " "'
linvn tlin wa unnoiiDeeu insi weeK, was loow- -. ,-"". ","" ,"'V" -i'""
nae iiu- Hon is deemed bv the Hoard of Suiwr-
..t.n.t .villi lu ;vcivmaj v) n ii.uiiiuu ill lliv , - ,, ,, - , : -.--,---
abroad with , , ,. , ' ., . 'visors of Snn Krone sco to bo of such
States rrom Colorado to California. , '.1 """ t no wnoio uoasi. aim
The reduction was announioil by tho 'Particularly o California, that It ha
Western Sugar Itennlug Company, 1 ,8,,V" ' lnJtlnl,vp Bl1 Ja,lod "c0,0
and amounts to :I0 cents a hundred V"ntlon ,r"r V',0 m,rl'oso of memorlallz
on bi-ut sucar nml il ,-ni n Imniir..,! .'"K the President and ongress on tin-
! 111.- Ul Hill. tMU UII.- III1KI1I 111 H , ....
on beet sugar and 20 cents a hundred
on cane sugar. i
Uobert Oxuuid. vice president of the
Ain..ri-nn rinol rtm-ni- A-nnrlmlnn
: .- " '," " i
& ' M" T"k",th N--.ln.tlon.
difference In their price between i-nnc ij Sow ,"FU: u,ct- 7. Edward M
granulated and beet granulated ;,) ,Hhepard of Ilrookiyn, the Dcmociatlc
no nts. nxlcail nf 10 nn Mm- Imroii
ton- The cut affects all marki-ts Irora
California tn Ci.l.irn.ln Im-limlw i
of " chaugo In the genural su
' " Hltuatlon ao 5. oiuit for It. Km-
, , h ?,
tho mattur at present.
In order to discriminate further 1
, ugnluut beet sugar the Western Sugai I
Ileilnery. which Is ullleil with the su
gar trust, has announced that It will
.entertain mi orders for granulated su
i gar which call for over GO per cent ol
I beet sugar. Tho reduction In prices ,
I has also affected Honckoni; simar. nf
.'which there Is n small supply In thlt
Beet Men Confident. ,
. Pueblo, Col., Oct. 8. The Daily
l mcmiin tomorrow will say: Tho po ;
1 sltlon of the beet sugur manufacturer
in regard tn the attack upon their In- I
dustry by the sugar trust is given la I
a statement madu hy W. I.. Hartman,
attorney ror trio National licet Hugai
.omiiany, wnose rennery and lands nre
Sugar City, Col. llotb this con;
SS'WS' at" W,
Ford bcKan tD0 nnnunl gl,Bnr canJ
pagn last week nnd they nro consum
ng about 1500 tons of beets n day.
Hartman says tho sugar mills will
bo run right nlong tho snmo ns If the
American Sugar Kenning Coinpany'i
2iaJ?i1,?0,tJ eC",",al,,r,. 1,,"1l ' J,0,''0'",
panics will not sell their product of
J ,.;, ,., ,, tbovttMi u at
tempting to torce them to do. In
etiad. they will storo It, If necessary,
confident that they wilt not have to
hold It long, but that. If necessary.
tbey are able to bold It until they get
a living price. A combination of all
the beot sugar works Is Intimated by
TO INVESTIGATE TILLEV.
Washington, Oct. 9. Hcports ha'Jfe
reached tho Navy Department from
Tutultn, Samoa, complaining of tho
conduct cf Captain II. F. Tll.cy, com
mandant of that station. It Is alleged
that on more than ouo occasion tho
commandant has been seen under tno
Intluencu of liquor, and that his con
duct was unbecoming an officer. Act
ing Secretary llackott has directed
tho commander In chief of tho Pacific
squadron to proceed to Samoa to as
certain tho truth with regard tn the
charge, and If necessary to hold a
court for tho trial ot Captain 'liney.
I'll.) ilnnfl, ttnutit linu iliitnf-lwi ennlaln '
tlllcy from command of tho Aharen-
da and ot tho stutlon, nnd ordered hlra
to proceed hy the next steamer from
San Francisco to Tutulln.
J. D. Jewett
.. J. WILLIAMS
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR 85 CtlNTH.
All porhnns owing thn Hoiiolulii
Stock-yards , Co., Ltd., aro requested
o mako Immediate payment at their
office, King street,
JAS. K. MOHQAN.
C. A. HICK.
NEW Ml H
IS 1 8
Washington. Oct. 8. There hag
been uo surrender by England to tho
United States In the mntier of tho now i
Isthmian canal tieaty, according to i
tho best nuthotlty here. It Is said to
be equally true that tho United States I
hns sacrificed no principles In theso i
negotiations, and the effect of con
trary statements Is deprecated as like
ly to seriously Jeopardize tho chances
of tho consummation of the conven
tion which shall finally and peacefully
settle nn Issue that has been a source
of dnnger for tho past fifty years.
It Is said that what actually happen
od Is that each side has preserved tho
underlying principle or tho Clayton
Hulwer treaty, and the new conven
Hon will provide for a waterway noil
tral at all times and open to tho com
merce of the world. The Clayton-llul-wcr
treaty, however, drawn half n cen
tury ago. hns proved to bo defcctlvu
In mechanism for giving effect to till
purpose. The new treaty simply pro
vides tor mis mechanism.
Englnnd Is relieved from tho guar
antee, which In her case was only I
tioubiesotne, and which, being assum-1
ed by the United States In toto. Is
quite ns efTcctlvu. As viewed from
the Anicrlenn point of vlow even, therti
was no surrender on England s. part In
arnLltiir fltlu ri.ll.if
v1-. ... o .o ........ ...un.t.i.ii, no ,,,v
ahoo mentioned lirlnclnlo Is rclterat
Inasmuch as tho
'' nl"' nfflrmed as binding upori tho '
D"'''' S- , ,,.
.... ... ,.,- auiii, u, lull lll'tll, IW 111.1 I
K,. .I.I...I !.. I. .....I... 1 I t. '
III- miMl'll l.l.ll II IHIliH, .It'll 1U HIIU'
stance the nnieiiilincntH to tho Hay-
I I'nuiu-efoto treaty which wero signed
I by the Senate and beyond that tho ,
changes are believed to be
rather than substantial.
FIGHT FOR EXCLUSION
h"n '" '"f! ;'" Oct. 8. m-eimct-
mnnt III Inn Phltli-un nvrlllulnn nM will
; " , --
""'J tl- ,lt! VH11 waB issucu ycBier-
"B u.?,B'.or ' ,ntlan B1 commit-
ii vii iiiv uiniii ui ouin-1 inuin, iij-
pointed for that purposo In pursuance
of. a resolution submitted by Super
visor Drnunhnrt and adopted by the
:"""" ",r r "' wrenicr .
..'"" """' -" - "
ueorge. A ronimilleo 01 tne
tonlglit formally not
n'miliint on. Ho ncce
nlll promised n
tonight formnlly notllled him of his I
opted the nommu
trntlon If elected.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Tho business of tho HONOLULU
STOCK-YARDS CO. Is now being
closed out and nil stock Is offered at
Tho list comprises:
Carriage and Iluggy Horses.
Hack and Bxpress Horses.
California and Hawaiian Mules.
Uuggles, Hacks, Surries, Phaetons,
Sets ot Single and Double Harness.
These nro for sale at low rates.
Call early at tho stables and tako
JAS. F. MORGAN.
C. A. RICE.
BERNARDS COY'S riDfiic
OF VARIETIB8 V III V U J
Located Opposite the Hawaii
I.a I'ctlto Kthel. MndnmolHHIu Daisy
St. Leon, Tho Wlngatc Sisters, the
Sketch ArtlHts llovorley nnd Danvors,
(Ins. St. Leon and his Famed Acruhat
Ic Troiipuj Prof. Dainnrd with Train
ed Horses, Ponies, Dogs and MonkoyB.
Three Funny Clowns,
Full Band, Etc.
Prices Dress Circle, $1; Family Cir
cle, 75 cents; Gallery Circle, 50 cents!
Saturday Matinee, Children 10c.
Look out for grand change of pro
gram next week.
FIIANK IIKVKULRV, Ilus. Mgr.
Shopping Is a Pleasure-
wnen yon have only to rail up
and have your packages delivered at
jour door, 10 lbs. for 10c and upwards.
Merchants, Attentlonl Wo mako
(3. O. D. collections for 6c oxtrn.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sts., Phone Main 1W.
OP THE FAVORITE
BRADLEY and HUBBARD
IL A M P S 1
Fop ante by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, Ltd, 3
These gnods were ordered from advance -
sheets of the catalogue of the above manu- S
facturrrs, and are the latest In design and -2
mechanism. :.:: -
Call early and make your selections. S
In addition to he.ioooo feet of Harden
Hose lately received, the 'Emilv F. Whit
ney" brought us to.coo ft. mete, making
TWENTY THOUSAND PEBT.
We have all grades, and our pikes are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc -
of O. 5CHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Stud, baker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcrchunt Street, between Fort and Alakca.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ol Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, tooo.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Qiality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK
I2S Mcrchunt Ht., next
itcretuntn Ht., next
'Phone Main 358.
1170 River Street. Bet. Beretanla and Pauahl.
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 041.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stongcnwuld Building.
AN OBJECT OF
Is thu room made pretty by Ik-al's
Wo haw removed tho principal ob
stacles In your lrnvlug your house re
papered, hy keeping a slriitly up-to-dato
stock and reducing tho prices to
Host value for the monoy In
WINDOW SHADES,. ETC.
to corner of Emmn.
P. O. Box B38.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
P.'O. Box 078.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chaefer.
Kukiil St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUQHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H.l
oppoHltc'the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLf.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.""- "rick and noodon buildings, also
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream Soda,. Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rilla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and 8oda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
8eltier, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead 8MI, Boston,
forfamlly and medical use a specialty.
Brew 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 ONLY ONE
Tho pure Juice of tho urape
fruit, raroonatcd only by
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co., Ltd.
Solo Agent for Territory of
Island orders solicited.
601 Fort St. Honolulu.
TEL. 71 MAIN.
anil wholesale llquora,
Goods delivered free to all parts of city
Telephone Muln 318.
constantly arriving keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us and If you haven't al
ready begun to trado with us
you are wishing you wero.
We will not advertlso sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week because wo koop every
thing In tho grocery lino, but
the inducements wo offer are
Subscribp for tho WEEKLY
BULLETIN, only $ per annum.
Fine .lob L'rintinir at Uie Bui-
lu tin office.
Arehlteett, Contractors nd Builders.
Edwar'd R. Swain,
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILE
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bon 160
" ty,Tel. 22
P. 0.Dox T7
Geo. W. Page.
P. W. Beardslce.
BEARD8L.EE A PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Offlcc, Rooms 24, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimated fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL, KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended ito.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office and residence, 312 Queen Hi,
near Qovernment building,
H. P. BKRTELMAfVS
18 - MOVHD
To rear of old stand. Entriace on
King street. Orders left at either shoD
or'oflki) nt John Nott'a store. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firm.
Fine English and American Goods
6; Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
9 O, BQSgtl.
TEL vHfTfc ,
UJlc' klnclnJ. Cluthlnc
Cltintd, dvrd inArpAlrrJ.
Suits mi-J ttrjf
Fur frMt. nttr Kukul, ul
lr Orpheus TtMtr,
Prictt: Cttanlsc otm mii. tjc.
Dytlngfjll St . j
HENRY 8T. GOAR.
McmberH Stock and Hond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
. Son FrunclHco. Cat.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo Will lluv or Sell Itrnl Vlnl.. In
all parts of the group.
w win sell Properties on Reason
10 WE8T KINQ STREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House aad Lot
on th. makai tide of Beretanla street
between Pilkol and Kcaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AID BO'D BROKE fi'
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING:
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Compaiy
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
In classes or private-lessons.
Residence Extension of- Hoel 8t,.