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K.VKNINO nULLKTIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1901.
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MONDAY OCTOHi:it2S, 1901
Judging from Superintendent Hold's
report Maul nwjt Immediate attention
from n Kpeilul mbkIoii of the LeRlsln
ture. Tho um of llaiold M. Siwall's nam
In ionuie.tlon with the "mcrnorsu p
. . . a
tight now going on In Vnnhlngton I
i . ,- .. 1- ll'.ulilnnfnn I. "
tuodf without nutiiorny irom mm.
ti... Krtn.l Turt Miltml It. Itnnnll
IUV UHllHI HiJ '" - "" I
that due not deelaro "tho Ooxernor , fining an, an no.ir mux. .... u ,.t
can do no wrong" Is Immcdlatel) dub- " "1- ,rhc compniiltj marched to
bed a political jury surrounded by iJ'C l' ' the ltap d Transit
rolltlcal Judge It la strange Indeed Co. nnd were then home to tho end of
wh.itav.llddefnmothoThurston.Dola the line In Manoa on cars especially
ring puts up whin It sees positive J,.' prcnldeii for them. There were about
f.at staring them on all sides, "" in In Ule rompanlis. At the end
. of the line, the companies wetc ngaln
The Thurston orgin holds (lournor .formed anil then began thu march to
Dole responsible for the Sunday camp-1 the company grounds.
Ing trip of tho Territorial mllltl i and' 1'pon arrival there, the place wae
not responsible for conditions at th found In prifcct order with llres burn
Insinc Asylum There may be a dls lug nnd n cheery aspect on nil side.
Unction but the organ doesn't and can- f quads having been sent out In advance
nut explain tho difference The utter to do the worK.
folly of tho organ's attitude furnUlie Once In camp, the men gavo them
nnlv a source of umuscment. i selves up to a good time. Musical In-
hcerctary Cooper lias put the rerrl-
iuNhi administration Hall) on return
In favor of Chine ho labor and ugalnit
American labor. This burns all bridge s
jud lays Hawaii open to a honibiid
went from the- laboring men ns will iu
0 ir old cm nilcs who seek to wlpn out,
b) oiie unans or auothir, the protec
tluu now given our sugar. Hmetar)
Cooper eertalnly has a right to his
opinion but as a political mow his dec
laration Is nothing If nut 111 advised.
ROOSEVELT AND BOOKER T.
New Haven. Conn. Oct. 20. 1'iesl
dent llooscvclt and Hooker i Wash
Ington aro to probably meit again at
the- khiiiii table this vveik. They aro
to bo tho gucsO of tho Yale 1'iesl
dent. Dr. Arthur T. lladley at his ru
icptton next Wi-diu-sday, ami thu
dutthern newspapers will then by be
given food for more editorials. Hook
er Washington has airlvtd heie. He
will l tho guest during tho Vale bl
Sehwn.;. who Is largely a Soi.t ." , m-r
in sentiment. . rolestor Schwab Is
Ibe- head of the department or iiolui
al economy at Yalo nnd has written
ti history of tho Couleeleraey lie U
the. sou of .-ei multl millionaire pro-
prlilor of thu Norto (Jerman Llejjel
lM Kilt ftlVlllnl Mtt I)ftftf.aM l.vt.ftk t I
lino of sti'iimshlps. He Is chairman
tit hlhl IW tin lu linlcinun
of thu gene-mi Yalo lit centennial com
mittee1 and the honor of b lug his
guest Is emu which many distinguish
ed guests at thu celebration will envy.
Washington and President Itoosovcm
will sit on thu same platform at tho
Valo commemorative exercises Wed
nesday. They both will probably re
ceive honorary degrees.
plant a Mckinley oak.
J-'nrmlngton. Conn . Oct. 20. Ar
runge-tuentB for tho visit of I'rtsldcnt
Itoosevelt to this town next Tucbday I
include tho dedication of n treo which
Is to bo planted on the village urtcn 1
by the townspeople and named tlnr1
MeKlnley Oak. Ihero will bo a lieop
Hon lu tho afternoon m tho loujig la
dles of a boarding school aud 100 oth
ur invite-el biu-kts.
lie. purpose, oiiuei-resiieuisioui J
Ing is to visit his sister, the- wife, of
Commander W. a. Covvles, u. & X lie
will be nttompanled by Senators Haw
ley and l'latt, Commnmlcr Cowles,
Betre-Lary Cortulyou and Theodore
Ulngham. Preparations for ikiIIio pio
lection have been madu at the request
of Washington officials, twenty ton
stables having been detail. d for spe
cial duty nu that uay.
On Wednesday morning at : 10
o'clock tho President will leave for
New Haven to attend the Yale blteu
CANDIDATES CARNOT OEBATIi.
Stanford University, Oct. 20. A
tho first step in preparation for thu
annual Carnot debating contest with
the University of ("alllmnla. thu fol
lowing thirty-two students hnvu an
nounce d themselves as tandldutcH for
the preliminary uebatcs to lalxi place
Novombor 15th and ICth: O. II, Hit
ter. L.' II. Ilrovvn, C. I). MeComlsh.
i: 11. Williams, O. C. Spencer, I..
II. KosuIicti). It W. Hverctt, L. L.
Uxithorotisch, N. C Jones, J, J. Ity
nn, W. C. Maloy. J. II. 1'ago, A. J.
Capp, C. D. Scott, U. l.elstner, A.
Hull. i:. W. Itlco. 11. M. Thlrlot, W.
K Hillings, H. I.. Bacon. M. 11. Pur
rar. A. S. Wllllims. S. II. Wood. A.
A. Caldwell. J. W Cameion, A. 1.
Harris. C. Wlnans. V. Itoehr. L. K.
Wlsehart, V. II. Wagner, K K Nagle.
These men are. to divide. Into eight
kcpiads, inch squad to choose Its owu
eiuestlon, and from tho thirty two con
testants eight will bo selected to take
part In thu llnal try out for places on
tho liitinolleglatu team.
HAWAIIAN ItOAKD WORK.
The srivlies at Central Union church
.Sunday morning were devoted to the
piescntatlon of tho work of thu Ha
waiian Hoard. The chinch was filled
with Interested people Die platform
and walls wero decoiatcd with banners
representing the different native
churches and schools In these Islands
and on tho sides of tho church were
huge tablets giving tho history of the
Hoard nnd tho financial statement.
In front of the organ was a large mm
of tho Islands with tho places where
the Hawaiian Iloaid has established
missions Indicated by murks.
After a prayer by Hcv. Seitno Bishop
followed by icsponstvo reading, led by
itev. J. Leadlngham. Then camo thn
presentation of tho wmk of tho Hoard.
itev. O. I. l'mersou opening this part
of the service.
An address bv Hov, W. M. I'lncnld
closed tho services.
11 OF Bill
NATIONAL GUARD DOES
GOOD WORK IN MANOA
Detail of Practice of Volunteer Soldiers
-Co. F Won Compjtitvo Drill
The field e-xorclKes of the National
Guard of Hawaii took plaee In Manon
Sunday and procd to be n moot sue
ee'ssful event. Ilcsldos exicllvnt prac
tice for the militia. It afforded much
genuine pleasure to tho men who slave
ntong during the week In their respec
the dikes and shop. One iif the
points well elcmonntrnti d Is that tli"
' , , . . . .
L - uiiitn Tii.il iiiiiii'iii'minii in tin-
The two battalions aMcmhlcd at the
drill stied at 7:15 o'clock Suturday
. . , ,. !. . .-
struments wero brought In nnd there
whs music In camp. Tho enlojment
was somewhat dampened by the fro-
iii lit show eis.
The work of Sunday morning began
at t ."0 o'clock. Hreakfast was served
and there was the usual battalion drill.
The first battalion showed up K.2
strong and the second, lol. At 101
o'cloek the men wero sent out In tho'"'1" Kr,at Incn aso. Tho Commission
line of battle. The turners took the "" "THiits In favor of tho iar.nl hnv-
form of n linn nf tnimlln uhhli lonro-r1""
""' ..? '. " ,,m.' .11 t''.'CPr.?
scnted an entrtmhid foico thrown out
from a blockhouse whlih was repre
sented by a double stietth of muslin
four ynnls long and two yards high
This was at the eentcr of the line-, tho
target being placed right In front of a
big rock. The range of tho flro was
always elevated, the targets being a
distance up the hill on the Woodliwn
Dairy land. The mid pieces weie not
The extreme right wing was given to
Major Zelgler. with Companies K, Cap
tain lobUKon, and E, Captain Nnhoiii
lllpa, Major Camara, with his battalion
com"f J1 of Com"nn-' C!M" w"'
l,"c- " Ce.mpiiiiy, Captulu Wlnant. and
c Company, Captain Oonzalves. took
care of the extieme left, while tho een-
ter was carried by Colonel J. W. Jones
with Compiny A. Captain Kle mine and
it .....i.,. ,,,,,,,,,. ii,..,,,. ,,,, .-,.
n vi hii ihii
An assault was made and various tir
ing movements gone through with. The
lolonel commanding, and his stun were
very well satisfied with the work.
In Che afternoon, there was a tom
petltlvc drill wlilth was won by Co
I Captain Johnson. Captain Me-Adory
and Lieut. Hancock wero the Judges.
The return tei town was made before
ioi,e Wade entered n plea In bar
to the Indictment for mans! lughtei-
this morning. Judge Clear eciutlnuedl
the .ease till Thursday.
w- K. Hiithburn, perjury, was ail-
, milled to 1000 ball o nhls plea of not
Kalllpaka, embezzlement of cala
bash, s, was sentenced to thrto yeais at
hard labor, beginning at expiration o'
two District Court bentenies for gross
Alfied Christiansen, lateen; of har
ness, having spent sonic time In piis
on. was sentenced to one day's hard
D. Mcflohlrlck, who stole, a bicycle
one night In August while iu,toxliatcrt
and has been In prison ever since, had
untencu suspended until the February
term on tho txpiesslon of a desire to
leave for San Framlsio, where his wife
Washington. Oct. 18. Se vend now
points In I'lesldcnt Hoosovelt's mes
ago upon which ho has had confer
ences with party leaders vesterday and!
today nnve practically been decide J
Mr. llooiovelt will urge tho Senate to
ratify tint leclproclty treaties with
l-'iunce, llarba.loes, Jamaica, Turks Isl
and, Hermuda, Nicaragua, the Domin
ican republic, lirltlsli Ciulana nnd
lUiinclnr, which wero hcfoie thu Sen
dii last year. All of theao trcatlei
have been renewed, but Trinidad d
cllned to renuw tho treaty mado with
that Island on tho ndvico of Great
Hrttaln. Mr. Kasson, who had cbargo
of theso tieallcs, dlscusse-d thttin with
the President today.
I'rtsldcnt Ieoosovelt will reommenil
tho upbuilding of the. American mer-
chint mirlne, but despite tho pressure
biought to bear upon him to urge the
Passage of the ship Biihslrty bill, be will
mnlo his recnmmendatlm In i.enerai
leiim and will not rt oninund any
Salt LiiKc, Utah. Oct. 17. At tlif
rcKtilin vvroKly inve'tlnj? eif tlio Cii'mrll
of Annatli s lichl In thu Trinplo toeluv.
Jiwciih T Smith was rliiMvn nnel it
iimrt nK invelilent of the. Church nf
Jchiit ChrUt or Ijitii-r Dny BnlrtR In
iiiteesHlon to thn Into l.nniizn ('now.
with Jcilm It. winder ninl Anthony II.
Lund uh litu llrst nnd Boeond ccnincll
I'rcBlelint Smith vvns nlfci nnmerl
triifitin In tniat lor tho church Hi
wnu lll.ctvvlso named nn prcslilout of
ho Salt Lalvo Tomplo. with John It.
Winder im his first ussUtunt.
ESTIMATED EXPENSE OF
THE NICARAGUA CANAL
Report of Walker Commission Soon
to Be Placel in Hand3 of the
Chicago, Oct. 20. A special to the
rimes Herald fremi Washington says!
1'vvo hundred million dollars Is to bn
iho enst of the Nicaragua tanal, ac
cording to estimates tarried In tho ro
port which tho Isthmian Canal Com
mission, of which Itenr Admiral Walk
er is president, will goon place In the
Hands of l'rvsldent Hoeisuvelt. While
tho Commission believes that in prac
tice1 thu nctual rost of tho wor'k can
be madu to appioxlmate these official
t.tlmatcs, tho members of tho Com
mission are not willing to stake their
reputation an engineers unon tho an
s rtlon. They will point out that the
estimates imo been made with great
can after thoiough surreys nnd bor
ings, and with liberal estimates for
contingencies; but thoy also call at
tentlon to thu fact that no work of
this magnitude tins ever been complet
ed In tropical countries, nnd that,
therefoii', io basis exists for accui
Soinci surprlso will he felt through
out thu world whin It becomes known
that thu Commission places its cstl
mate of the tost ns high as $2uO.U00,
duo. Eve-ry now estimatu Tor tho Nlea
nigiia canal cnriles larger figures than
its Immediate predecessor. Mimical,
engineer of the old Maritime) Cnnal
Company though tlu Nicaragua routo
cr-uld bu llnlshul for Ifitl.uUO.UOO or
$70,000,000. In Its preliminary lenort
lwo ,r ngu mo present Lommls-
slon mado nu estimatu of $118,000,000,
though Colonel Ilalns of the Army
ndded on his own account a statement
of probable coj. at, $135,000,000. Now
the Ccnnnilsslon raises the llguri-s to
Hut there Is ample einlanntlon of
" "lPl" "iriiugnoue, oi enirij-nvo
'' !.'l ' !' feet, as In It.
project or two years ago. Tho Com
mission is pri-iareel to report that tho
Panama canal inu bo completed at a
cost of about $110,000,000. It Is not
willing to concedu tho torrectniss of
the claims made hv tho Pre nth com
pany that this channel can be finish
eel for $100,000,000.
KING EDWARD'S HEALTH
New York. Oct. 20. A cablo to tho
World from I-ondoii says: King Kd
ward's life prospect Is the burning top
lc In suclity ns well as in Insurance
Newsp-ipeis hero nie actually refer
ring iudlitctly to the. subject by men
tioning that Lloyds have, advanced thu
rate of the piemliim on tho King's llic
w lib h persons speculating In e-xpundlt
uie-s for tho coronation aiu anxious to
Insure, from 10 to 12 I.J, and now 1.'.
per cent. Theso dealings through
Lloyds Indicate that ordinary Insur
ance! companies an. shutting down
on policies on thu King's life, of which
over JJ2,r.OO.O00 have been taken out
In the past month. Thu Kings friends
insist that ho Is suffchng only from an
aggravated form of "smoker's throat'
complicated with gout,
Especially lu view of tho King's
Illness is society gleatly Interested in
thu rcpoit that a comparatively un
known btlentlllc man has discovered
u euro for canter. The alleged dlscov.
i it has setn thu King, but 'all the.
details of tho turo aio kept stcret. Tho
only fact about It known Is that It la
vvoilccd by electricity. Suveial fur
ther opc rlmeuts aro to bo mado he
fore, the scent Is disclosed.
Sulsiin. O.t. 19. The harvest of thn
beet trop in this vicinity has bien
completed, and although Hie output did
not meet expectations It was eousld
erably lu excess of that Qf any pre
vious year. T.ho Cordollu district pio
clliced 121 carloads ami tho Sulsun eBs
tilet 130 carloads of an average weight
of about thirty-two tons per carload
Uects sown early enough in tho sea
son to get the be nellt or tho Into rains
yielded as high as fifteen tons to the
aero, while those sown late In the
spring In somo places did not exceed
threo tons to the acra. Last year, as
an experiment, tho 'teot land was
plowed dry as soon as tho crop had
betn harvested. Wncn thu rains camo
the soli become so wet that it could
not bo cultivated and It remained in
that condition so long that a rank
growth of weeds sprang up and It was
Uocessary to replow it.
Several farmers on Ryor Island
planted about 2S0 acres lu beets ns
an experiment last spring and tho
crop Is now being hai vested. Tho
yield is said to bo heavy and tho beets
of nn exc client ciunlity. A largo acrev
ngo will probably be sown thcro this
Lots of ptoplo pursue a literary ca
reer, but few Biieeeed In catching up
Many a man who claims to be wt.l
ded to his art cannot prove It.
In trying to kill tlmo women of un
certain years use a lot of powder.
An amateur actress Is ono who hat
never been divorced.
Humility Isn't noeess-vrlly a Wrtio.
The lowly onion would be Just ai rani;
If It giew on a lree. Chicago News.
"Knjoyed jour party, Hobby T"
"Yes. inn." "Well, whnt llttbi girls
did you damn with?" "Oh. 1 didn't
dniico: I hncl tlue-e lights down stalls
with Wllllo Hlchaidson. aud I licked
him even time." Tit-Hits.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenne. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICII LANE.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. -
of U. 5CHUAiAN. LIO. The best line of toods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Stutltbnker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES put on nt the lovvet figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Mcrcluint 8ticet. between Fort find Alnkeu
. (Med JuUUUIaHP
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, PariEjvposltion, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERBICK
I3S Merchant Bt next
That what woie (jet- OA
Ini; on the wall papi'r
biiBlne'fb, nu nc count of
LOW PniCE8 AND ATTENTION
For Wall Papere, Llnoleumi and
Bepctnnlu St., next
Phone Main 358.
f A -I T
1170 River Street.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Hepair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly nttemlul to.
Only competent help employed.
, Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 51.
Personally Selected in Europe
Just arrived and being placed, on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
8TATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLA8S.
Selection may be reserved for
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to 8tunftenvvtild Building.
Window 8hdeB, call at
to corner of timniii.
p. q. Box 833.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Bet. Bcretaniii find Pnualil,
1. O. Box 078.
. imj-n- &?z?m
t 3jfwIMut!y rfrSSs R I l I w ZaiHimfF
Deer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8ehaefer.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT A0 IN UOTTLH.
Ryan & Dement
AIo proprietor of the popular
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural tiparkllnjt
Wnter bottled at the
ZoIIIiuuh, - Germuny.
The Favorite of New N'ork
and London Society.
from nninnrv the mineral
wnterH of the world by "The
Lu.iilon Luncct.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rcot
Beer, Cream Bods, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
HI la, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, 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 Mc charge
on ocmijonn until returned.
REFRE8HES AND INVIGORATES,
BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.
CarboiiHte-d only by thu
Consolidated Soda Water
Workx Co., Ltd.
hole Aki'Mh for tho Territory of lln
nll. Offlro ninl works. tiOl Tort St.. Iloniilu
III. T. of II.; I. O. box if,'; te'lev
phono Main 71.
Island Orders solicited.
ronbtnntly urrivlni; keeps our
establishment always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us mill If ou haven't al
ready begun to trade with us
)ou aro winning )ou were.
We will not advertise sugar,
cannod goods or cookies this
ttoek because wo keep every
thing in tho grocery line, but
thu Inducements wo offer are
Architect!, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
STANOENWAID BID .
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O Boi Ito
Geo. W. Pago. TeL 221
F. W. Uearelslce. P. O. Doz 771
beardsl.ee a page
Architects and Builders.
Ofllco, Ilooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II,
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sfc Robinson,
Quocn Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for lirlck mnl wooden buildings, aUo
Office and residence, 312 Queen Si,
near Government building.
M. R. BBRTBLMAIN'8
IS - MOVED
To renr of old stand. Entrances on
KIiik HtwtL Orders left at either shop
or olUce at John Nott's store, Ktm
street, will rccelvo prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
elS Hotel street, and
Hotel neir Nuuanu
P O Boxcift.
Lillri tklttt clrinrl. Clulhlnr "
el.mtd, JieJ ni tcpilrid.
iilta snas Ih m4
Fit EuinntMd. Lovili'ili
Pi , trM, n... Ifulriif .
aar Orpheuin ftic!er.
Prlut Cltinlsjr out Mil!, tie.
Dulnir tnHSt n
HENnY ST. GOAR.
Mcinbci-M Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND HEALERS IN-
Particular attention given to pur
chase and SalB Of Hnwallnn ,
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
40:i Ciillfornln St.,
. San Frnnclwco, Col.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALER8 IN
Wu Will HllV or Soil TTonl Point., I.
nil parts of the group. .
W will Soil Properties on Reasonable-
10 WE8T KING STREET.
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Kcaumoku 6ts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Shopping Is a Pleasure
when jiiii huo only to call up
and Iihmi ji.nr packages delivered nt
join do.li, li) lln. for 10c unci upwards
Merchants, Attentlonl-Wp make.
L. tl. I) eolle-etloiis lor 5c extra.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alak'ea Sts., Phone Main 199.
"'iifua1"'!" .im'' -i m i