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OCTOBER 22, 1D01.
Albany, N. Y Oct. 15. Tho Court of
Appeals has granted Roland U. Moll
ncux a new trial.
Molineux was convicted of the mur
der of Catherine J. Adams In Now York
t Ity and sentenced to death. Tho court
grants a now trial on a prevailing opin
ion has written by Judge Warner of
Rochester, his principal ground bolns
that tho lower court erred In admitting
evidence as to another alleged crime,
the death of Burnett, and thus merged
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22x45 Si. 45 per dozen.
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22x47 .Si .40 per dozen.
19x39 extra heavy, $2 10 per dozen. ,.
18x29 Si. 40 per dozen.
18x36 S1.65 per dozen.
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LOOK IN THE. WINDOW.
Episcopal Church in Hawaii
AFTER APRIL 1, 1902 TO BE
American Missionary District
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alerchunt and Nuunnu Stm.f
nlo HOTEL. ST.. opposite Bethel.
Hnn tVanplcpn ll lwTliA snaalnn ul.lt.ta In (tin mntto, Itnrl linitn lnnrno.l (tit In ttlnrtA tl.A mleilnnnrv illatrlft. nf
of the Housa ot lllshops was a long onn tl10 comm"lce mado n proposition to Honolulu under the charge of one of
. , , .. , , them to which both sides agreed, and the Ulsliops of this church until such
yesterday, running over the usual hour, tcr(nn proralgeg wcre mBdc that an at. me H uullop 8lia 1)C ,lul. choson
for adjournment. Much business was temnt would be made to fuinll such le- for the sec of Honolulu:
transacted and much accomplished qulremcnts as the American church do- Rcsolied, That In rccognlt.on of tho
The most Important matters acted manded of the Hawaiian body beforfl long services of the Ulshop of Hono-
i.on , ih. iinnii.. .i M.vinn. lit could affiliate with the church. Those, lulu, this house hereby make It a mat
upon were the Hawaiian and Mexican , , , , . , . , , . - .... . , ,, ...
I tcqnlicments arc said to be chiefly In ter of record that upon his relinquish
questions. Tho Hawaiian matter came reRara t0 lne flnanca matters of the ment of his see as agreed upon between
up with tho submission of the report of diocese and the placing of tho church him and the committee of the council
the committee, which has been en-i property In such condition thnthe of this House of lllshops, this house
dcarorlng to get the two elements In American church would have colitrol extend to lilm n loving wucome to nn
tho church of Honolulu together. That' over It. Tho House of lllshops adopted honorary seat whenewr It may bo in
report was satisfactory and the llniisn the following resolutions In referenco his power to attend Its sessions,
of lllshops agreed to accept the condl-lto the Hawaiian mutter: I Resolved. That the Hawaiian Islanin
lions and place tho diocese under tlin j ltesolved, That In view of the ncMon nre hereby constituted n missionary
Jurisdiction of the American church, of the Ulshop of Honolulu comniunt- district of this church by the name of Beautiful garden Sfene Containing coffee trees in full hearing, bananas
ALAKEA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
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out a very wide rang.; of these excellent
materials, so suitable and serviceable for
skirts, waists and dresses. The' designs
are all new, anJ comprise the very latest
patterns In polka dots, stripes and figures.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Next year a Iljshop for the diocese will i cated to the lllshops In council devolv- tho Missionary District of Honolulu
be elected If the requirements arc ful. Ing upon this house' the Episcopal over- said action to take effect on the 1st
filled. sight of the work of the church In Ho-, day of April. 1902.
The dldlciilttes which have threat- nolulu and parts adjacent, tire house ltesolved. That, the House of Uepu
em?d to greatly hamper the solution of hereby signifies 'Its acceptance to tho ties concurring, consent Is hereby glv-
ine so-caucii Hawaiian irouuio were same anil its purpose to tune, ut un en ror the Election or a Ulshop ror lne
amicably settled. It Is understood tuat. early day, such action as may be no- Missionary .District of Honolulu in the
ccssary and expedient In the premises; discretion of the House of Illshopn
Resolved, That when such action , Is during the Interval between the scs-1
luiten me iTusimiig iiisuuii uv reqiivsi stun ui me ucncrai uonvciuiun.
and pineapples, all insiJe. Eve-ybody invited.
Ulshop Willis and his opponents were
called before the committee which had
the matter In charge, and when their
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I'uro water flowing from the roof
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Can be nppUcd.on old shingles or
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flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
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New York. Oct. 14. Johunn Most.
BY EMPRESS DOWAGER anarchist, was sentenced to one
year In the penitentiary today In tho
I Court of Special Sesslolns for publish
, Ing In his paper, the Krclhelt, an nl
UQt leged seditious article on the day fol
lowing the shooting of the late Presi
The article In question was entitled
"Murder Against Murder." In hlsvlc-
fensc Ilerr Most claimed that the paper
containing the article was printed unci
ready for distribution before the Presi
dent was shot. Also that it was n
quotation from an article published
fifty years ago and republished by him.
Admonished Officials to Carry
Reform Measures and Adopt
Western Forms Opening
Peking to Trade.
Peking. Oct. 12. The Dowager Km
press has Issued 'two edicts, ono of
which establishes three new boards
ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
Senator Frye Prefers Head of Com
merce Committee rnd Cul
lom Comes Before
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
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The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Washington, Oct. 12. It is virtually
settled that Senator Cullom Is to be tho
After imnostnir the sentence Justice new chairman of tho Senate Committee
and abolishes many minor oflltes. The Hinsdale read the opinion of the Court, on Foreign Relations Senator Frye
nthor admonishes officials to enforce ,, which he said: "It is no answer to . ... , . . hn,rm ,
the reforms decreed IH recent edicts , vM ,, ,mlnnl nnti, nf thl. ot Malne- who ,8 nc,ln chairman of
in?,lV'?i .'vihivmiInl!.0nnn!i,,?,rn,r "f"1'6 c1"1"1 tht-It was written for ," committee, arrived In Washington
0hSn?rJflWcSSSS: " rnose of destroying crowned 'today on the Invitation of the Pre.I
npbor for nourishing vengeance. iheuds. It Inculcates and enforces tho dent to discuss with him Important
Tho edict goes on to say that the , men inni murucr is me proper rcmcuy matters of policy that will come before
board of national administration, Yung to be applied against rulers. The fact the Senate during tho coming Bcssslon.
l.u, controller general of the revenue that It was published fifty years ngole was asked whether he would rc
board, and others urge tho court to In-'n,,,, aga republished about fifteen laln the chalrmansnlp of tho Foreign
tZ'lned To exUo reforms and" en- "n K onl' emphasizes an.l gives Relations Committee, and If not wheth
olT. omclals "tt studrand adop? tw'"'"',,'"' ", '"""'"'"'V " " Senator Cullom or Senator Lodge
Western methods recommended by I republishing or It at any time. It would bo chairman. Mr. Frye said
Viceroys I.tu Kun Yl and Chang Chili , shows deliberate Intent to Inculcate that ho had no Intention of being chair
Tung. , added point to the criminality of tho nlun ,,f the committee, ns he preferred
"No trilling measures," says the ed- article. This uc hold to be 11 criminal n. ..i.nirmnnai,!,, .r 11,1. nmmlu nn
let. "will restoro prosperity. Tho dc3-,'nct. u not necessary to trute nny Commerce !
haunlls'soSuctlon J0nTOlw.l sonnert,on '" """ "rtlclp W"" ,ho "' A" "' '" chairmanship of the For
RfSSi" 1 ISh-hi'ii "- ..1 n ' sslnatlon of the late President. The ,. i.cntlons Committee he said that
nu independent." joffenso here. In the eyes of tne law, Is Senator Cullom, who was the ranking '
The foreign Ministers at n meeting : pri-risei)- mu uuiuv ua 11 mv uiuuujr nipmucr nni gtnted to mm tnnl no was
today determined to evict foreign mop event had never occurred. The mur- no't Inclined to yield his claims to
chants occupying houses without the tier of the President only serves to II- ,jKe nn(i under the circumstance, I
consent of tho owners. The Chlncsn lustrute and Illuminate tho enormity , niin. niin,,i in iio nine.. I
fttnaa iirlu-t '.. ... ...... " v ,,, "" 1
or the crimo or tne uerenitant in leacn- ho uciced that the traditions of the
Ing his diabolical doctrine." I Senate would not bo violated, and that
. Inn nl.fortlnn nnlllrl lin lllnitn hv tho
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do not deslro to disturb those who
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was decided also that. the question of
opening Peking to foreign trado shall
be taken up when commercial trea
ties aro negotiated, and that mean
whilo the Chinese shall collect nn
octroi equivalent to tho transit duties
of 20 per cent on goods now palng tho
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San Francisco. Oct. 13. Mark Tlinll.
one of tho lessees of tho Alcazar and
Central theaters of this city, who was
wen known and well liked all over age conee,
the country us nn enterprising thvatrl
fill mnnm'.ir flfml rntlmr" Kllilnnnll' ri ... v
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ENOI.ISU nnd CHINESE! languages. '
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ARBUCKLE8 ADVNCR CPFPEP. Hepubllcan Senators to Cullom being forma ,8Bllcd uy tno icadlng Amcrlcan companies.
1 , placed nt the head of the commlttec.lf ,,.... . .t , m., . -.
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New York, Oct. 15. An ndvuncc of a the committee Is organized on this '
half a cent per pound In the price of plan. Frye will retain his place as " "
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the net price iV& cents,
coffee houses alllllatejl with the Ameri
can Sugar Refining Company havn not
irndo any change In the price nf pack-
suWriiM. fr tho wkekly Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
M'LLKTIX, only .$1 per 11nw.ru, 7 r
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WHERE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TOOK THE OATH OF OFFICE.
I'IiIn the liouu of Mr. Aindey Wilcox, n iirsiiiinl Irleml of the new
president. The house Inline of the line
llhriry of the Wll liiiine tlnil .Imli
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Id iiiaiisliuiK of llulliilo. It was In the
e John It. Hard administered to Mr.
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