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rroiiER 29, 1001.
The AiiRllriiu church anticipates that
Under thn administration of the Am
trlcan church pcaro aud progress will
be nsinirecl by the appointment of nil
American Ill-hop to this missionary
district. Tho Episcopal church shows
Rood Judgment that might with cual
ly Rood reason bo followed by the Ked
iral authorities lu Washington.
With Cuelhn nliK-nt from the Terri
tory the action of the Itcpuhllcnn Ter
ritorial committee taken yesterday
creates un exoctitle committee on
which the Hawaiian-American has 110
representation. If the Territorial
committee tins the Judgment It ought
to bu credited with. It will lake n
r.ullcil steps to rectify this -dilution
as it did In changing the tulcs ol tli.
'I be 111 t thought of Hawaiian-Americans
after tho ltcpublican commit
tee meeting of csterday was that they
would null the party forthwith. Such
a mow iiiuld only make a bad matter
norse. The party man should lemaln
true to party prlnrlple, seeking to lee
tlfy mistakes within the party organ
ization by votes when the time for
toting arrives. I'd I tics is a long game
and the man who stays wfth It through
thick and thin finally wins out.
There Is no royal load to mn:ii'H.
but personal Integrity, loyally lu the
Intercuts of employers and steady r.t
tentlon to btisltiMi almost Inviniauly
assures 11 royal mice-ess. The pcophj uf
Honolulu extcn 1 cordial congratula
tions to Mnnager itobcrtson on the oc
casion of his birthday; they congratu
late him ou his loyal suciss In life
recured by holdl.u true to the Ide.tt 0!
boyhood of (loin;; Lis duty always nut!
not worrying about the size of his kaI
ui. The men who counted Mark I lamia
out of politics failed to flgu-e ii Man
na's truu loyalty to his countr and his
paity. The deat'i of President M.-iIu-ley
was a crushliu blow to Mr. llanna
in 11 personal sense. Ho recognizes,
lion ever, that tin public Hutu must
place his public duty first. The oun
ti, the 1 arty and the new President
lit-i-d Hanna's ability as much now,
eieri more than when MrKlulcy was
alive. The work las still to go on unci
the loss ot a leader should bu the sig
nal for loyal citizens to redouble their
1 (Torts In carrying out the task.
President Roosevelt Is causing e
gicat stir In the Southern States. His
first ncU savoring of eliminating the
negro were hailed with wild acclaim,
but this was followed by the President
taking Hooker T. Washington to bleak
bread with him at the White House
family table. Now the white South U
up In arms at such an upsetting of
Southern social precedents. llooscvclt
h bis teeming Inconsistent nets Is
magnificently consistent. He seelm
honest. Intelligent, capable nun, aud
the test of manhood from his stand
point Is not found In the color of the
HUNNY BUT ITAMAfilNG.
Tho action of the ltcpublican Terri
torial committee nt Its session jester
day would be laughable if it were not
fraught with such damaging results In
the Fifth district, a district uf this lei
and In which the party has shown pal
liable weakness, a district that needed
bread and has been given a stone.
In its desire to obtain a working
membership for the executive com
mittee tho Territorial committee has
upset political precedents, become a
law unto Itself and In cold blood tinn
ed down nnd out tho candidate endors
ed by tho committee of the Fifth dis
trict. Not only has tho candidate of
the Fifth district committee been given
the cold shoulder but the Territorial
committee blandly votes a Fourth dis
trict man to membership on the Ex
ecutive committee, thereby leaving tho
Fifth without the additional represen
tation to which It Is entitled under the
lesolution to Increase the executive
body's membership. It was a pictty
kettle of fish to Mart with and ban
now by virtue of the Territorial com
mittee's action becomo a mess. It
makes the difficulties under which tho
party has labored a confusion worse
The personnel of tho men selected Is
u matter of 110 partlculai moment.
Oilman and Jones nre both good party
workers. Neither Oilman neu Jones
Is superior to John Lane. The princi
ple endorsed and upheld Is the princi
ple of repudiation.
The Territorial convention was first
repudiated. Then followed the repudi
ation of the Fifth district cummltteo'N
action. Finally to finish up the repu
diation business a vote Is passed de
claring thnt tho absence of a commit
teeman from the Territory for more
than six mouths vacates the absentee's
position on the committee. From thn
standpoint of political activity as laid
down by tho two leading parties of the
Nation, tho work of tho committee yes
terday was absolutely funny. Having
started In on a nollcv of renudlattan
the ltcpublican Territorial committee
made a splendid job of It. The work Is
magnlflccut If not artistic; complete
hut rather raw.
That tho scheme of repudiation was
strongly opposed, by Fisher and Stew-
nrt, tho only members of tho commit
tee who have had experience In party
operations of the Mainland, Is sum.
dent cvlilenco of bow thoroughly nt
variance with well recognized methods
o! party procedure was the proposal
and Is the result. If, ns Is charged, tho
schema was hatched in factional cir
cles and Is part of n Dole-Thurston
game, the party Is to be congintulatcd
since It will certainly result In the un
doing of the opernturs. On the other
hand, If It was the result of Ignorant
shortsightedness which seems more
probable, slnccie regret can only b
It Is to be hoped members of tin
I'ommlttie nre not so supremely Inno 1
crnt ns to believe tho plan will be en-l
(torseil when presented Id tho people.
Our citizens arc not extensively school
ed In American politics, but they are
not so childlike and Invertebrate as to
pass over such management of party
affair without a vigorous protest. Th
people can give and the people can
take away when It comes to the point
of their mandate expressed In conven
tion being ridden down rough shod.
The llulletlu hopes the Territorial
committee responsible for party man
agement and usponslhle for carrying
the elections sees Its wny clear to make
a success of Its work. It anticipates
the rvmilutlnn dealing with nhsentee
numbers was made with a view- to dis
posing of Coelho and putting Ijine In
hU ptaie. While .this may placate
Lane's ft lends It still leaes the Fifth
, District one short of Its proper repre
sentation under the new idle. The
precedent established ' Is thoroughly
1 evolutionary and opens tin waj for n
complete change In the Territorial
committee after members have been
duly elected by the people. It stands to
reason the 1 1 uple cannot cuilnrtc such
Washington, Oct. 19. The Schley
court of Inquiry believes that nil the
important testimony Is now In nnd Is
casting about for a place to hold Us
cessions to make up its verdict.
It Is certain that the court will not
bold that nn one of the paragraphs
of the precept Is founded on fact. If
the court has any criticism to make of
Schley It will not be of such a char
acter as It would warrant any of tho
paragraphs of the precept, and It Is
:ild on high authority tonight that tho
court will declare for n vindication lu
full when Admiral Schley takes the
stand. It probably will give him ciedll
for what he did as being lu command
and wboll) lesponslble in all mailers
As to a suitable plaie in which tho
couit may make up Its llndlngs. the
Navy ard Is considered so out of
the way that ll Is not likely the court 1
will care to continue Its Joumejs there I
any longer than necessary. It has been
suggested that a room at thn Navy
Department he used, but the unit Is
not likely to do this, ns It particularly
dcslies to avoid doing nnj thing which
might seem to give it a connection
with the powerful Navy Dep.uiment
clbpie and to keep Itself on perfectly
fice and unbiased ground.
A loom in some of the office build
ings or In the new Wlllard Hotel may
be hlied In which the court can do Its
pondering over the evidence, which
will be a long and tedious task, tin the
record now contains nearly "000 pages
of typewritten matter. It Is known
that the court will give gieat weight 10
the evidence given by Captain Cool:,
for his icputatloii as a faithful aud
IMllant officer will have much more ef
fect than could be given by the many
younger officers who have appealed.
Aa both Dewey and Ilenhnni have com
ninnded squadrons at sea, the former ill
battle, .ind the latter lu llinzlllan wa
ters at the time trouble was expected
there. It Is likely that in considering
tho evidence they will think seriously
ns to what they would themselves have
doen under the circumstances.
The C'rownlnbhleld clique In the Nil--vy
Department Is greatly disappointed
CiVer the results of the court In luqurv,
and It Is now blaming Judge Advocate
l.emly for his falluie to bring out tes
timony which It Is said might, by
adroit questioning, have como from
some of the w Itnebses for tho prosecu
tion. The officer who was counted
t.pon to divulge the must Important
Infornmyon damaging to Schley wai.
Commander Senton Schroedcr, who
was brought to Washington from
Guam at considerable expense nnd
pleat loss of time.
Ho told nothing which could not
have been furnished In an affldnvlt. and
lie left without contributing nnj thing
to the embarrassment of Schley's case.
It Is now said by tho InceiiM'd bureau
people that Lcmly's bungling of the
ce and Mr, ltnvmr's skillful defer.
have practically defeated the burcau'ii
plin to ruin S.lil-y,
TRAGLQY OP LOVE
Chicago, Oct. 20, In despnlr over
their hopeless love fur uuo another.
two prominent Chlcagoans deliberate
ly planned to do th t afternoon 11
double suicide. One, thn woman, nnd
the wife of another, wns found cold
and lifeless. The other, tho bubr.and
of a trusting companion. Is still alive
anil 111 tho hands or the police, luivlnu
been snatched from the veiy verge of
death, 11 hut pin, piercing his neck
fiom side to side, also a bottle of mor
phine clutched in 011a hand and IiIh
nostrils Inhaling stilling fmues Trout
hlx open gas jels. 't NV .
Tho woman was Mm. Cbuilutto Klch
ol. mother of two children and vvlfV
of W. L, Nlchol, Jr.. iiininitTilal
ngeut. with headquarters In Chicago
for the Nashville. Chattanooga and
St, Louis Itallvvuy Company. He who
sought to die with her Is Dr. Orvllle
Iliirnette, u piomluent Houth Side don
1st, whoso down-town ollleea ure lu
the Great Noithern Hotel. Ho hat.
been revived sufficiently to confess the
details of tho liagedy to tho police.
Donna Linn, the late Signer CVUpl's
widow, has left the famoim villa In
which In r husband had 'given her
name, and now occupies an iiuazaum
Ing bulto uf rooms In quite a modest
sticet In Naples. The reason for tills
Is that there Is a moitgage ot CCSOifon
thn Villa l.lua, while tho other two
villas aie muitgagcd to the extent of
EVKNINQ BULLhTIN. HONOLULU. 11. T., TUESDAY.
New York, Oct. 20. Correspondcnco
of Jhe Associated Press from St. Pe
tersburg, dated October fith, savs:
Acting under additional Information
from the Governor of the province of
Samara, tho Minister of tho Interior
lias officially proclaimed famine condi
tions in five more districts In this
province, namely, Samnrn district,
noguulmlnsk, Navonmskli,, Nlcnlasvll:
and Stavropol. This means that the
bad harvest has already tnndo Itself so
keenly felt thnt a special medical nnd
relief organization Is deemed neces
sary for these districts. It Is likely
that the list will be added to from time
to time during the winter.
The Minister nlso published today a
detailed report about the relief given
to seven Siberian districts. Forty
thousand rubles were assigned. The
present indications are thnt little In
formation about the famine will bo
published In llusslnn pnpcis which In
not given out by the Minister of thn
Interior. The papers have been given
to understand that Incorrect In for
million or "colored" articles about the
famine will not me tolerated, ami tho
Itasslau editors know when they nnvo
been spoken to. The bad harvest In
portions of Siberia last car has had
the effect of turning n part of tho tide
of Siberian emigration back toward
Hussla. According to an official source
77,715 emigrants and 19,721 men whom
the peasant communes sent to spy out
the land went to Siberia between .Inn
nary 1st and September 17th, aud 19,
7SS emigrants and 12,1119 envoys re
turned, lu addition to fa ml ne. a circumstance
that deters emigration nnd occasions
the return of many. Is the exhaustion
of available farm land. It is 11 fact
that Is not sufficiently understood
abroad that portions of Siberia arc nl
ready fully" occupied. This Is true of
nearly all good and conveniently ac
cessible agricultural land In West Si
beria. Recent settlers have been as
signed lauds distant from the railway
or navigable rivers, or havo received
forest or marsh lands which It would
not pay them to till under present con
ditions. With additional rnllwavs.
with new markets for West Siberian
grain In the East Siberian, Mongolian
and Mnnchurlan mining regions, nud
with better modes of cultivating the
ground, there will be room for mora
settlers In West Siberia, hut the philu
truth Is that them is little room for
peasants there now.
There seems to be room for another
rl.iM. The Government has reserved
some land for ncibleinrti, nnd bus Hold
considerable tracts to titled families,
avowing Its determination to strength
en the noble element In Siberia. The
peafauiR have transplanted their slip,
rhod methods uf cultivation from on
province nnd another lu Itussla to Si
beria, so that this virgin eountiy la
nlso reduced to chronic wunt and
periodical famines. The pres.iue of
large landowners Is icganled as a good
leaven, agriculturally and politically.
Salt Lake. Utah, Oct. 20. Urlef over
separation from army life with which
he had been associated for forty jeai'
and to which ho was greatly attached,
Is believed to hnvo been the direct
cause of the suicide at Fort Douglas
last night of August uinge. ordnance
sergeant, laingu was to have been re
tired within 11 few days and lather
than re-enter civil life ho hung himself
ai unci uf the buildings at the fort.
Lange was sixty-one years of age,
enlisted at the outbreak uf thn Civil
War, participating In many uf Its his
torlc battles, and was wounded during
the battle of ripottxylviinlii. In later
cur he took part In iiumuuus cam
pulgus against Western Indiana aud
for the past llfteen years has been end
nnneo sergeant at Furt Douglas. Ho
leaves a widow- mid two grown duugh
tera, who reside In this city, '
MARRY DUIIObE'S WID )W.
Tnconia, Oct. 19. Colonel W. J. Fife
has gono to California on 11 two week's
vacation and to get married. His
prospective brldo Is Mrs. Victor Du
boce, the widow; uf the Lieutenant Col
onel of the First California Volunteer
Heglment, which did valiant service In
Colonel Fife served In thn Philip
plncH as Lieutenant Colonel of the
First Washington Ite-glnient and first
met Mrs. Duboce there. Her husband
was then living. The two ulllcers unci
the charming wife of unci of them be-
eamo good friends. Colonel Duboce
died about the close of the Spanish
war. His widow has been living in
Sail Fliiuetscn, where one of Colonel
Fife's daughter has been visiting for
hiimci time pnst. Colonel Fife's home
In Tiuoma has been newly lltte-d up for
the coming of his bride. .
OldcHt PepHon on Eni-lli Dion.
London. Ot. 18. In tho death of Is
mail Hudjo. nt KI1111I, Albuii'a. .dil in
special dispatches from Alliens, tho
world hibt Its oldest person. HudJ'i
won said to havo been IfiO yeara old.
U Is claimed that authentic proor ol'
Strango to buy. Hudjo had all his fac
ulties piactlcully unimpaired nt tho
time uf his death. Ho uven had his
full complement of teeth, all sound.
Muro than two hundred living descend
ants Hiirvlvu Hudjo.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OPPICE LANE.
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Europe
Just arrived and being placed on
cur shelves dally, CHINA, MA
, JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, QLA8S,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. - - -
of Q. SCHUMAN, LTD. The best lino of goods on the
Islands. Agent1? for the famous Studtbaker Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort nnd Alakea.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD
I8S Merchant Ht.. next to 8tnntjenwnld Building.
Tlmt'a what wo're Kit
ing on tho wall paper
biinliivt.8, ou 111 count of
LOW PRICES AND ATTENTION
For Wall Paper. Linoleums and
Kcrctiinlu St., next
'Phone Main 358.
i llttl River Street. Uet. Uerctantn und Pnuahl.
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. P. O. Box 878.
OCTOBER 29, 1991.
Window Shades, call at
to corner of lininiii.
p, o. Dox 833.
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Deer and Wine Deateri.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Detween Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. Rl depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Natural Sparkling
Water bottled at the
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
.InhanniQ won selected h
UUIiaillllb tlc Htnndard
from among the mineral
waters of the world hy "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' Tlie highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
GInaer Beer. Blreh Rr. Ul. d..i
Beer, Cresm Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale. Annie Cider. iPlneannl. Paih
Champagne, Orange Champagne, K0I.1
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con-
nrMI. Llthta. Clmrmatt Mln.p.l Ultla.
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter irom me oarnsicaci sill, Boston,
for family and medlcal'use a specialty.
Brew and Aer.i?ri Waftr. Kn r.
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem-
ijoiins. iuc per gallon and 50c charge
on ocmijonn unui returned.
REFRESHES AND INVIGORATES.
BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.'
Carbonated only by tlio
Consolidated Soda Water
Works Co.,' Ltd.
Solo AKcnls for the Territory of I In
Olllco ami works, (101 Tort Ht.. llonolu
lu. T. of II.; I O. bu tGS; tele
phone) Main 71.
Island Orders solicited.
constantly arriving ltccpa our
establlnhmcnt always In the
Your neighbor has told you
about us nua if you haven't al
ready begun tn trade with us
you are wishing you wcro.
We will not advertise sugar,
canned goods or cookies this
week because wo keep every
thing In tho grocery lino, but
tho inducements wo otter are
Architects, Contractors and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
SAN 1 R.ANC'SCO. .
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RIUY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bo io
Ooo. W. Page.
P. W. UearJslfO.
P. O. Box 778
Architects and Builders.
Office, Hoorr.s 2-1, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, 1L
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nl-hed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for bride nnd wooden buildings, alto
Office and residence. 312 Queen St.
near Government building.
M. R. BERTELJVIAIVS
16 - MOVHD
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office nt John Nott's storo. King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
TEtvmiTi y 1
UJI.j- itrirti clrantd. ClolMnr
cIim4, 4)t3 ml rtrlr4.
Sultf nd to ordt.
Fit ruinntMl. Lo.eitrilc.
Fur- trMt. mir Kukul, ind
flar Opheum Tbcaltr.
Prim: Clunlnt on lull. rsc.
Quint lull S,n
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention riven in mt..
chaso and sale of Hawaiian Suxar
Eastern and Foretlm KincV unit
403 California St., .
San Francisco, Cat.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
We will Buy or Bell Roil Estato In
all parts or tho group.
Wo will Sell l'l-opcrtles on Reason
10 WEST KINO STREET.
To Let op Lease A
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Plikol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
STOCK AND BOXD BROKER '
REAL ESTATE' AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Shopping Is a Pleasure
when joii liavo only to call up
and liavu your packages delivered nt
your door, 10 His. for 10c and upwards.
Merchants, Attention! Wo niako
C. O. I). I'olloctloiiK for 5o extia.
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea 8ts., Phone Main 199.
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