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SATURDAY.. .OCTOBER 2, 190i
The orelnl election proclamation
officially Issued by the Governor this
morning, October 20, bears tho dato of
Siptember 17, Where has this pioo
lam.itlon been reposing all this tlTie
and for wbyj
The Omaha dispatch gives a c I j In
tcrriitlnK and valuable review of tbu
force organizing to Unlit the Sugar
Trust's demand for free Cuban sugar.
Tho western beit sugar States with
Southern cane producers and prelum-
ably Hawaii ought to be able to kUm,& Iiii Company, nt Archibald, this
the Sugar Trust the light of Its life alternooii. The) nru.
And If nn array of voters counts fur "I'ntrlck Ne.tloii, asslstnnt mine
ansthlne the beet sugar mm should
Honolulu's yacht club Is starting in
with an almost athletic enirgv and n
llvelv enthusiasm that assures long life
and continued popularity The wn
ters about Honolulu afford Ideal
grounds for yachting and nil Its pleas
ant social accompaniments, nnd there
are no rules, laws or regulations to
prevent the enjoyment of all the Sun
day pleasures d sired.
Judging from the remarks it
Thurston's organ tho thlrt -seven
meek and lowly followers are prepar
ing to tell Attorney General Knox
und President Roosevelt that they
don't know their business. Such nn
outcome would be on a par with th
wisdom shown by the Thurston-Dolu
political ring since the Attorney Gen
eral made bis report on the Humph
Tho fate of th rule ngalnst remar
riage nfter divorce In the Episcopal
convention shows that the lay mem
bers of the church are not vet ready to
follow the teachings of the spiritual
Advisors. It In safe to say, however,
that the agitation Is not nt an end and
the day will come In the not far distant
future when the marriage tie will be
regarded as more of a practical fact
than a religious theory to bo nccepted
or rejected at will.
Placing the blame on the legislature
dotsn't build roads Or pay tbu bills ol
the Territory. The Gov ei nor has It In
his power to plate the finance of the
Territory on a solid basis nnd assure
the progress of public work throughout
the Islands. If he falls tn exercise
this power It Is Impoisble to thrust the
blame onto other shoulders. The Gov
ernor Is the responsible head of the
Territorial administration and this re
sponsibility cannot be evnded by the
Incompetent excuse that the other fel
low won't play.
vvnetner mo uepiioncan committee.
meeting to bn held Monday la offlclal
or merely n conference, tho commltteo
will do well to get Itself Into shape;
not only Hud out where it Is at, but
be prepared to do some work. Tho
combination made last winter with
members of the Legislature was a poli
tical freak If ever there was one, nnd
cow it Is discovered that tho commit
tee has a chairman who Is not a chair
man. For the, sako of tho party Irre
spective of factions, get the committee
straightened out and let It no longer
be characterized by tho chaos of In
difference or the makeshift assump
tions of an oligarchical body.
The sharp difference of opinion aris
ing over Sunday drills of the mllltlft
brings out the necessity for legislative
action to provide for an annual camp.
This Is the rule followed In every State
and Territory of the Union. The bet
ter part of a week Is devoted to mili
tary operations In the field, the State
granting officers and men nominal
pay during the period ot active duty.
Military organizations through the
States nre largely made up of working
men, whose employers without ex
ception are willing to grant and the
time required for State military duty.
In the majority of cases tho pay of the
men goes on, but where this Is not al
lowed the pay received from tho States
serves to prevent anw serious financial
loss for tho time devoted to public:
duty. The emplojers nnd tho
Territory of Hawaii ought not to go
on record as being less liberal than the
people of other sections of the coun
Ixmdon, Oct. 17, In response to nn
Inquiry as to the report that ho was
tho chairman of n syndlatc of fourteen
organized to challcngo for tho Amer
ica's cup. John Ersklne. of Belfast,
says: "Tho report was prematurely
published, and without my authority.
I regret that I cannot attord further
Information Just now."
m i ii
Vienna, Oct. IC, Tho Nous Alien
blatt reports that there has been riot
ing In Klshonoy, Ilessarabla, where,
one thousand studentB attacked and
wrecked tho houso of tho Governor,
the headquarters of tho police and the
office of tho official gazette Many
encounters took 'place between tua
students and tho police, and eleven
persons were killed and thirty six In
jured. Tolephono tho KVENINO BULLE
TIN, Main 2r,fi, If you have hooks to ha
mado, printing to bo dono, etc., etc..
and we will call. Wo havo men that
know their business for that purpose
Paris. Oct lfi- Comto Del Volx. In
nu Interview published todny, siys
that wlille ho Inlled to crostj tho Medl
tcrrunoan, ho succecdul In bi caking
all ballooning records, as ho reiiunluocl
In tho air more than fort) one horns,
during which tlmo ho succeeded In
keeping the balloon from two to four
metres nuovo tho level of tho sen, thus
sohlug the problem of maliitnlulug
slnblllty He savs ho could havo ro-mnlni-cl
tip for fort)-clght hours, but
would hao been driven nshoro. He
threw out ballast onlj oueu n da), and
this v.nn at sunset to compensato for
the loss of gas. Willi tho deflator hn
was able to deviate thltty ill grid
Ironi tho tonr'u of tho wind, nnd occa
slotmlly the deviation was us much as
forty-live degrt.es. He attributes his
failure to tho weather, the violence
of the wind and the bad nuallt) ol the
gas he used. No striking Incident
seems to have taken place during tho
trip, which was In fnct quite (movent
lul. The Comic suet impc! In getting
his balloon on board the I hi Chnvlu
Scrnnton, Pn., Oct. 10 A fall ot
roof to.il (anted tho death of four men
Ih, flit, IvtumltL.t mini. iT flu, lVnlnunrn
.foreman. John lleule). miner; John
Keainc mini r, Matthew Drughir,
A car had run down nn Incllno In
the mine Jumped tho track and knock
ed out a number of props. Tho threo
men In chnrso of I'orcmun Nonlm
weio teplaciug tbu props when u
great slab of loci, fell, killing the four
OF i SURPRISE
Manila, Oct. 16. A partv of Sena
tors and Repiesenlntlves who havu
been visiting tho I'lilllppines left hero
today for homo on board the United
States transport Snerldnn.
Ile'foro leaving, they had uu Inter
view with Aguinnldo, who, however,
wns reticent. He sn.u the original out
bieak of hostilities had been n surprise
to him. Ills efforts to maintain tho
truce had been unavailing. Ho had
written to his lawjer, who Is trlng
tn obtain n writ of habeas corpus for
Aguinnldo. saving that no ptufcrred to
lemaln n prisoner while there was one
compatriot languishing in Jail Miffci
Ing for the Kllipluu enuse, anil nn lu
Unity of rillplnos nre deprived of lib
oil) which the) nre anxious to obtain
Piking. Oct. 10 Requisitions fur
traveling expenses tor inn court ar
ready umount to 1:1,000,000 taels, In
spite of the edict enjoining economy.
Tho scale of preparations may be
Judged from n single Item 30,000 taels
for tableware. Several loenl officials
along tho route have resigned because
they nre unable to meet tho expenses
of entertaining the court. The lat
ter's Journey Is now particularly un
fortunate, because the legions travers
ed have been impoverished by the
The Chinese oOlelals are considering
tho cleslrcablllty of protesting to tho
foielun ministers nu.ilnst the eondurt
or lnt, legation guards. Tho soldlera
tontnue to treat the Chlneso like a
conquered people. Groups of soldiers
roam about the city, wearing sldcanns,
often Intoxicated, maltreating the na
tives and committing petty robberies.
A party of Americans recently looted n
silversmith's storo, pccurliig several ,
bundled teals' worth of property. Tho
w liolo garlsnn was confined to bar
racks until the guilty men were de
tected, Tho legation quarter presents tho
nppc uranee of n fortified city. The Ilrl
tlsh defences, opposite the Imperial
city, nre particularly formidable; tho
Italian defences have emhraeures for
cannon; a deep moat protects the Ger
man section, nnd across the city wall
the Germans have erected a stone fort
for artillery .
ANOTHER JG COMBINE
Now York. Oct. IB. Tho Journal
and Advertiser tomorrow will say that
nn Industrial combination to consoli
date tho armor plate manufacture, of
the United States, enter Into the
building of moi chant nnd wmshlps for
tho world's tiade, and tn'co over the
large and growing export trade of tho
United States Steel Corporation, Is
about to bo organized by J. P. Mor
gan and his allies. The artlilo then
mivh that while no officials details nre
ohtalnaUu that tho project will uol
only consolidate many details of stool
ami fuel business of tho country now
soparutcil, hut also serve to bring into
closer relationship their Interests and
the great railway Inteiusts controlled
by tho Vandorbllls and tbu Pcnnuyl-
Ivunla railway. These Interests are
uipu in uu ciunfir uii.cii wicn, u not
nmdo a unit with largo Interests of
like chnracter nhiuad, and that tho
new company Is to be called tho An
glo American Steel Company.
REFUSES J MEDAL
Kingston. Oct. 10,- Lieut. Col. Hu
dun has refused to incept tho South
Uric an medal. lie says that officers
his Juniors, who hint seen little or no
service were decorated with C. M. G
or raised a grude, while he, who lougut
at the front, wns not remeinbeu-d ex
cept by receiving a medal such as Is
given tn onllnnry soldiers. Lieut Col.
Hiidon commanded C Battery, which
marched through Rhodesia and par
ticipated In the relief of Mufeklng.
MR. AND MliK A MKON.
At Cnlgury, Alberta, N. W. T.. Ar
thur Mason, tho well Known and pup
ular purser of tho steamer Aorangl
nnd Mrs. Mary Domlnls Prltchard nee
White vvero married on tho 10th Inst.
Mr. and Mrs. Mnson arrived hero
n tho Aoratiel this morning and were
met at the wharf by a host of friends
It Is probable that they will make this
city their borne in future.
C II Perry nppenred In the Police
Court this forenoon on tho chnrgo ol
deserting his wife, a Hawaiian woman,
Kuamoo by name Perry was defended
by Attorney Knulukou Tho woman
was the first wltnes nn (he stand and
she stated that she had left her hus
band several il.iva ago on account of
his failure to provide the necessaries
of life. She hnd been living with a
Kahalehlll, a relative of tho woman,
stated that tho white man had never
failed to provide for his natlvo wlfo
mid that the money for the purchase ot
food nlwnjs passed through his hands
This let one of the cnt's paws out of
thu hag and Judge Wilcox smiled In
anticipation of what be would have to
say later on. The witness continued
that on the very day a dollar and
hnlf had been provided for tho buying
of food, the wife had left the bouse.
Perry got n llttlo excited on the
stand nnd wanted Judge Wilcox to call
on Castle & Cooke for his record. He
bad been employed on tho Walalua
plantation during the early part of the
venr. He had not been doing anything
much since July. He hnd never failed
to provide his wlfo with food and
clothe. Yes, he was a chinking man.
Judge Wilcox sized up the whole
situation mid then said: "The whole
trouble Is thnt the friends nnd rela
tives of jour wlfo believe ou have
money and liuvo simply planked them
selves down on jnii for support. I
was horn In the Islands and 1 havo
seen a thing or two Ily and by you
wilt he getting a pig from some other
relatives on one of the other Islands.
The) will tell von that the thing Is
worth about JO or so hut thnt It will be
nil right If j on pay for tho freight
A llttlo Inter, von will lecclve a letter
saving that the parties who sent the
pig have Just- built a new house nnd
they will nsk Jim. out of the kindness
of jour heart, to send n roll of matting,
n mattress, some blankets, chairs, bak
ing powder and a list of other things.
"Now the waj 1 do Is this. When a
pig comes In that wny. I sell it and
keep the money. When the expected
letter comes. I spend the money on
various articles and then send thest
nlong with a letter sajlng that I paid
out JiiBt what the pig brought. I also
ask the people concerned to pay the
r-.l,.j, rt . .......... .. t . .! ...
... h,ii. wt tuuine. mien i ser ine peo
ple, they pass me by, on the other side
of the stiett, but then, I save monev-."
Judge Wilcox then asked Perry If ho
was willing to support his wife. A re-
plv In the affirmative having been
made, the couple weie told to go
BOERS MOVENT NIGHT
Capetown, Oct. 17. In a brisk fight
u'. '1 wentj'-Poiir Stieams, near Piquet
rn-rt; jesiciciay, uapimn iiclleu and
fllUr Other Illltlsh Were Mlle.l nml urn.
cial others vvero wounded.
The Hrltlsb hnvlnir Miiriirtu.,! uiu,f
al camps, tho lloers nic now In the
habit ot (shilling camp bj ulght. Lat-
tfllV tllO ltrltiHll flllimillM niter li,r
Bl,ht matches, arrived nt their object
ive points only to find thu lloeis goue.
Illltlsh columns penetiatlug Orange
River Colon) miles fiom tho lallwnjs
find fields of iimlo or freshly plowed
lends, tho lloeis making oft at their
pj'pioaeh nnd ictuiiilug after the col
limus puss. The herds oil the high
veldt still sc em to be numerous. Thu
Uoers are living on cattle und menlle
stoied in out of the way places.
DIS DEBARRJN COURT
London, Oct. 10. When thu hearing
of tho ehnrges against Theodoio and
Laura Jackson (Ann Odella Diss Di
llmi) wus lesumeil lu the Police Court
today the woman entiled the duck
die-ssed In spotless white. She placed
her hands together beloie her tnie and
e lose ii ner e')et, in the attitude of praj
I. Thu eiowded court room was xt
Ii nt. The hearing was no voted to tes
timony ol the behavior of thu mule
uclcndaut toward a joiiiig woman who
was ono ot tno victims or the pair. Thu
alleged deceptions were seemingly ac
companied by hjpnotlc Influence. As
tho prisoners left the clock they were
hissed by tho spi-ctntora. Jackson
crlid, "Keep quiet, you reptiles." The
testimony was of Biich a character
that the London papers which usually
print verbatim reports ot sensational
criminal trials, say thut lu this lu-
nance tney nre unable to do so.
BANDIT IH CAPTURED.
Rome. Oct. 10. The notorious brl
gaud, Mussollno, has been enpturud
nfter a flcrco resistance, at Urbino. He
nact long occupied Calabria, nnd Is
credited with having committed twen
ty-nve murders. Owing to thu s)mpa
thy shown him by tho peasnutry ho
had nivvu)s .escaped capture, despite
the Imme-nset reward the Government
ciffeied for his anest. His career as
an outlaw begun two )eais ago when
mi wns line-rated noin what he cousld
cicd nn unjiibt Impilsonment. He
vnvvi'd to kill the fifteen witnesses who
were responsible ror his conviction
und ho Is snld to havo aitually -de
Magazines bound by the EVUN1N
I rinr Vain of i Knnrtftnn
1 VI tJUiW UlU iJUvVIIIIWC
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LAIMF.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS.
Flnr Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Uiocol-ites and Confections.
Business Mini's Lunch
The best In the city: u:)oa,m. 02 p.m.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. -
of 0. SCHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Stud, baker Vehicles.
KGl-LY-SPRINdFIRLD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort und Alnkeu.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winntr, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
. 125 Merchant 8t. next to Stangcnwnld Building.
ffltav iini tori ?fy
Itcfctiinln St., next
'Phone Main 358.
VJ.TY1 1U MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 Klvcr Htreel. Bet. Berctnnla and Pttunhl.
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 541.
Personally Selected in Europe
Just arrived and being placed on
our shelves daily, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARE8,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT CLASS.
Selections may be reserved for
THE PRESENT TIME
In tlif proper tlmo to purthnt.c wall
pupor, lor three rcuaona:
HrHt. Iic-cutiso our BtooU Ik larger
nml iiiuici coinplctn tlian over before:
Heconil, occnimn vvo havo Just received
an entire 1 5 now lino to Honolulu in
AltT NOUVKAU and 3ILIC TAPK8
THY I'Al'KKH; anil tlilnl. becauuo wo
nru Btlllni? all our 1901 kIock at a cIIb
count of oiuitliliil In outer to make
Ilium lor 19U2 K'kxId.
to corner of Humid.
P. O. Box 633.
I. O. Box 078.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W, M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefer.
Kukul St, Near .Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON uhaugiit and in uottle.
Ryan & Dement
. Also proprletois of the popular
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
Zollhnus, - Germany.
The Favorite ol New York
and London Society.
from among the mineral
waters of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire' Root
Beer. Cream find. VAllt rii.r.u e.
ancje, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sariapa-
,, v-nina .ream, union, uingcr
Ale. AddIb Cider. Plne-nnl. D-h
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.t
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
8eltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3 gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
REFRESH-- AND INVIGORATES.
BUILDS UP THE -Y8TEM.
Carbonated only by tho
Works Co., Ltd.
Bole Acunts for the Territory of Ha
waii. OUtre and w6rl.s, 001 Kort St., Honolu
lu. T. of II.; I O. box 462; teles
phono Main 7 1.
Island Orders oollclted.
constantly arriving keeps our
CHtnbllshmont always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us ana ir you bavent al
ready begun to trade with us
you aro wishing you wcro.
We will not advertlco sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week because) we keep every
thing In tho grocery lino, but
tho Inducements we offer are
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
kTANOCIWAI U BID , HOIOUIU
V. HOFFMANN. J. h RIIEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P, O B01 160
Geo. W. Pago.
P. W. Ilcardslce.
P. O.'Box 771
BEARDSL.Ee fc PAOE
Architects and Builders.
Office, Roams 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Estimate- fur
nlahed on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Allen & Robinson,
Queeu Street, Honolulu.
CONTRACTOR AND '
Jobbing promptly attended to
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for hrkk anil wooden buildings, alia
Office and residence, 312 Queen Hi,
near Government building.
H. P. BERTELMA'8
l - MOVED
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
KIdr street. Orders left at either shop
or offlco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
6s Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
" O Boxgti. TEI.-WHIU
Udlei' ikln, cl.in.J. Clothlnv
cll.n.J.dyeJ and iep!it4.
Suits made to or j.r,
Fun tTMt, ntar Kukul, and
naar Orphtua Tbtatar.
rlct Claanloz out lull, ,jc
owing aull St a
HENRY ST. GOAR.
MeinberH Stock and Bond
Edward Polite & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale ot Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 California 8t.,
. Son Franclnco. Col.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Wo ltl llliv n, AaII IYaaI f... I
all parts of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
10 WEST KING 8TREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku 8ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOHD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Shopping Is a Pleasure
when ou have only to call up
ami havu vnur nni'1.nrru ,l,.ll. ,.-... i ...
jour ileior, 10 lbs. for 10c and upward
Merchants, Attention I Wo make
O. O. I), collections for 5c extra.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea Sts., Phone Main 199.