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tlal publications, posters or
signs pay In nny sort of com
parison with regular newspa
per advertising. Glmbcl
"I believe In advertising,"
says Sir Thomas J. Upton "It
Is the llfthlooel of modern
trade, Kvcr) hotly roids," ho
continues In a late Interview,
"nnd buying newspaper spneo
Is tho best Investment any
merchant (an make after a
selection Is made of goods nnd
the prices are made right. '
USIINQ BULLETIN WANT ADS.
Vol. XI. No. 1981.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER :0, 11)01
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Judge Estee Delivered
His Charge This
MAY HURT DESTROYERS
Damages Must be Actual and Proved
What May Constitute Unlaw
ful Combination TrcbMng
.ludge Lslec charged the Jury In tho
Plumbing Trust case at 9 o'clock this
morning, argument having been heard
ibterday afternoon. Messrs. Hitting
nnd Thompson addressed tho Jury for
tho defendants, and Thomas l'ltili for
The ch.irge begins with n stntunent
of the case, that It Is an action at law
brought by tho plaintiff to rocowr
ihmiigcs which ho alleges lio has sus
tain! d through Injury to his buslnes-i
as a mtistej- plumber, by reason of tho
defenelnnts entering Into nil agreement
lu writing which, ns plilntlff alleges,
comes within prohibition piovlslons
of the Act of Congress of July 2, ll90.
i nttled "An Act to Protect Trado and
Commerce Against Unlawful Ho
stinlntH nnd Monopolies."
Tho (Special provisions upon which
plaintiff based his iictlcn were the fid
"Hvei) (outract, enmlilnntlon In
form of triitt nr otherwise, or con
spiracy In ristralnt of trade or com
incico In any Terrltorj of tho United
Slates Is hereby declared Illegal."
"Kvcry person who shall make nn
such contract or engage In any such
combination or conspiracy shall bu
deemed gullt of n misdemeanor."
"Any person who shall bo Injured In
bis but-lness or property by nny ntlur
pel son or corporation, by reason of
nnj thing forbidden or declared to be
unlawful by thW Act. may sue therefor
In any Circuit Court of the United
States In the District In which tho rto
fdidunt resides or Is found, without
rrspcrt to tho amount in controversy,
nnd shall recover threefold the dam
ages b him sustained, and the costs
of suit Including u rcasonnhle attor
ney 's fc e."
In explaining tho nature of an un
lawful combination, tho eouit said It
might In' found by nny two of tho tie
fendants. They were to Judge from all
the testimony whether a enmlilnntlon
ot conspiracy In restraint of trade
exists or did exist lu tills care.
"Gentlemen," tho Judge proceeded,
"the court Instructs )ou that If you be
lieve from the evidence that there was
an agreiment ns claimed 1 plaintiff,
binding tho members of the Master
Numbers' Association not to give cm
liloj incut to any plumber not a member
of tho Journeyman riumbeis' Union,
unci binding tho members of the .lour
ncjman Plumbers' Union, not to accept
employment from nn'jnne not n mem
her of the Master Plumbcis' Associa
tion, nnd If you believe from the evi
dence that said agreement, if uny them
was, was In writing and was destroy
ed by tho defendants or any ono of
them, then I Instruct jou that it- Is
presumed the said contract or ngree
n cut In writing If produced would
have been against the defendants, foi
tho presumption Is that when a party
wilfully nnd knowlnglj destroy it
wiltten contract hodoes so because he
deems It to his Interest to get lid of It."
Tho plaintiffs suit Is for $10,000
damages, biit the court charged tin
Jury that they were to consider only
specific damages. If they found plain
tin entitled to uny, as proved by tho
testimony. They had nothing what
ever to do with the tiebllng of elnm
ae.es provided In tho law, the court
woulit attend to tint part.
Kvorybody knows that
Collcgo Hills, with Its Hnu
air, good vlows, water sup
ply, car service and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
Hut not uvoryono realizes
that College Hills lots nro
so much lower priced than
those lu the hot, low lying
district, with no vlow or car
A third of nn aero lot for
$100 Is only ti cents per
square foot. ,
Kasy terms, too. Consult
tbo Sales Agents.
InlcClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
Amdng general principles laid down
to the Jury, the following deliverance
"Labor has the right to organize In
Its own Interests as has capital, but
that no bod) of men, either represent
ing capital or labor, or whatever their
calling, has the right to so organize as
to Injure other men In Jhelr legal call
ing. That restraints of trade nro an
Injury to others and nro illegal, under
tho Act of Congress of July 2, 1890."
In sending them out to consider their
verdict. Judge nstec cautioned them
against any Impression that tho court
favored one party or tho other, from
nn)thlng that might have dropped dur
ing the trlnl. They were to bo guided
wholly by the weight of evidence,
though not tho number of wltnessoisrn
elthei side, the arguments of counsel
nnd the charge of the court,
'A. recess was declared uutll 10
'Shortl) nfler 11 o'clock the Jury re
lumed n verdict for the plaintiff, c. II.
Ill onn, finding his damages 1283.75.
Judge Latere ordered this amount mul
tiplied b) tin co and entered, whjch
lalses the nwaid to $351.23 according
to the statute. As a reasonable attor
ney's fee. also awarded to the plaintiff
nccoidlng to law, Mr. Fleming of
counsel for plaintiff agreed to $250. Tho
total Judgment Is therefore for the sum
of $1101.25 nnd costs of court,
Mcssers. Thompson anil Hitting not-
n.l W nntlnnu In flirt inn1l,e .in. I tvnvn
notice of motion fur a new trial.
Counsel on both sides were heard,
while the Jury wns out, mutually re
marking on the strict fairness of Judge
Hstcc's charge, to no part of which
hail either sldo noted exceptions a
circumstance almost unparalleled In
The defendants who are mulct by
the verdict and declared, presumably
an unlawful combination on trust, are:
T. P. Davidson. Jns. Nott Jr., II. Cleh
ring. i:. H. Hath. J. N. Shafer, i:. W.
tjulnn, Patrick O'Donncll, W. W. Crosv.
A Pel.ib. W. V. Oth'iam, John Not),
V .1 Ilngl.inil and II Pnxtiui.
C. A. BROWN COULD M).
DETAIN HIS CHILDREN
Attorney Davis Prepares Papers to
Compel Mr. and Mrs. Hollway
to Put Up $10,000 Bail
or Go to Jail.
1 he writ of tie ox reguo was tried on
Mrs. Irene II IIollowii) and her hus
band yesterday by C. A. Drown, for
ruer husband of the first named, to
picvenf. them leaving the country with
I h' complainant's minor children,
George II Hiiiwu and Pranels Hydo II
111 own. In their custody. Oeo. A. Da
vis, attorney for petitioner, prepared
(bo papers, which quoted au order of
tho Circuit Court allowing tho peti
tioner to visit the children each alter
nate S.iturd i).
It Is the first time, this writ Ins bean
Invoked In tho 'uiiltor) of Hawaii.
Its effect Is cognate1-with that of the
repealed inrtpoit law ct Hawaii, nnd
something like that of the writ of ca
rls'' rommonl) used to Intercept ah
cnndlng debtois elsewhere.
Judge Clear, who had previously de
nied n petition by Brown to have tho
temporary custody of tbo children
v.hlle their mothei, Mrs. Hollow. ly,
was to be- absent from tne country, aho
del led the present jetltlon.
Petitioner made an atnilavlt of the
cIiciimstanecK, on the strength of
which ho asked that Mr. and Mrs
llolloway give ball of $10,000 that they
would not take tho children Into parts
li.voml the bens without tho order ol
the court, and In ease they refused to
five such si entity that tiny bo com
tnlttcil in O.i h ii Prison, "thero to be)
K pt In s.ire custody until they shall
do ,t of their own accord."
CZ0LG0SZ DEATH SET
Albany, N, Y Oct. 21. Leon 1'. C?ol
gnsz. tho murdeiu of Piisldvnt Mc
Klnley, wll bu .diLioiuted ut 7 n. ra.
on Tuesday. October 2!, at Auburn
KliCOVhRCD THEIR GUNS.
London, Oct.' 21 KoporilnB to tho
War Othco, I.oi el Kitchener wires an
'Colonel Campbells column, operat
ing near Sliincniilcs. has lecnvereet
two giiivs whleh tho Hotrs bad captur-'
eel nt seheepc'i s .New.
POR ANOTHBR HKCOKD,
Kansas City, Mo, Oct, 21. Crcsceus
will go against his record of 2:0') 12
foi a mllo over u lmir-mllii com set this
ufternonu nt tbo Kansas Cltv Dilvlug
Club's track Thy tiaek anil w out her
Lomlltlons mo pel rut
Lute Sugar Report,
New York, Oct. 21 Siigui Haw.
uteady. I'air refining, 2 & 16c; ccutilf
ugal, US test, 3 7-Scj; molasses sugar,
3 1 Se, Heflned was steady. Crushed,
."iOOcj powdered, 0.2Ue, granulated.
TolHtol 'H III.
St. Petersburg. Oct. 23 Count Leo
lulstol'ls again snmowhit seriously 111
on the estate of tbo Countess I'alln
near Aloupku, In the Crimea.
ON I STAND
Board of Inquiry
Soon Finish It's
OF PLANS FOR BATTLE
His Scheme Was to Attack the Leading
Ship of the Enemy-Crowds
Gather to Hear
Washington, Oct. 21 Kver) avail
able unieserved scat In the large loom
In the gunners workshop at tho Nuvy
laid, where the Schley Couit of In
(Hill) Is sitting, 'cap occupied today
In, If an hour before the court was cull
ed tu order nt 11 o'clock. The an
t.oiineenient of the approaching iloso
of the case and of the possibility that
Admiral Schley would t,-.l.e the witnrs
O'tud during the (my had tho iffct
of increasing tho public. Interest mi'
f biliiglug to ibii mint room a far
linger munl)i' than could liui tl.o
A uumber of yesterday's witnessed
were recalled as usual for the- correc
tion of testimony nud .if ir they bad
iliitshcd Mcutcnnnt Cnii'iiander Char
ts II Harlow, who bad concluded his
Malcmciit In chief wher. the court ad
lourned )ibt'rdii, wai. Immediately
ml. a In hand by Ctiitalu I.emly for
cross examination. I his was devoted
pihulpiilly to the note l-ikcu by Mr.
tlarlow of the battle of Inly J fiom tUt
Vixen's deck, but was not vciy tx-
liiMled After Commander ilurluw.
Itcnr Admiral Hirker and Captain IL
C. Dor Jen ot tho marines were Intro
duced to testlf) tei Incidents of the)
Ci ban campaign. Captain Charles .,
Clark, whoso record on the- Oregon, dur
ing the campaign of "JS Is the boast of
every American cltlren, was called ns
the third witness of the day, and the
last witness In Admiral Schley's behalf
to be heard before the Admiral him
iclf should come en.
There was a flutter of excitement
when the name of tho Hear Admiral
as called. When he took the stand
and after giving his name and rank,
he wis requested by Mr. ltayner to ro-
Into his conduct of the campaign In
narrative form. He began by relating
tbo particulars ot his taking command
nf the Hying squadron at Hampton
Hoads, where, he said, "tho general
plan of campaign was threshed nut.
He said that tho captains of his
siiinilion had diversified views and lie.
resolved to take the helm himself. 'I he
question of torpedoes In the fleet w.ib
earl) discussed and he decided tho
manner In which they should bo cared
for. Continuing, he said:
"1 pit this squadron Immediately
upon a wnr footing, established th
matter of pickets and patrols, nud also
the masking of lights which were un
der Inspection on sevcial occasions to
asccrtiln how effective and complete
It was. At first thero was some fuult.
Later, I nm glad to say tho masking
was absolutely complete, so that It
was Impossible, when tho ships were),
under way, lu the column or In Hue of
battle, to distinguish unjone nt more
tbau ordinary distance from It.
Ho hud, ho said, explained It would
bo Impossible to nnnnge a gc neial plan
of battle, but he explained to his com
maucleiB that In n geneial way It was
his Idea, "to attack tho head nnd lead
ing ship of tho enemy attacking iis.and
concentinta the lire upon her.
"My reasons for this, ' he continued,
"wire twofold, tho first being the
moral effect upon the enemy, and thn
second tho confusion It would create.
The older plans for naval attack vvcro
to attack tho center or tear nf y-iy
enemy's tleet, which would resillt In
thn escape of sorno of the enemy's ves
sels. I felt that If wo got the head wu
would get the whole. I think thn plan
was Indicated by the result of tho bat
tle some six weeks or two months Int
er," he said, concluding this point.
Ho then related the details of tho
(rulse to Key West, nnd his meeting
theie with Admlinl Sampson.
Ani5lo-8iixon Review Dctnl.
London, Oct. 2L It ts announced
that thu publication of tho Anglo Sux
on Itevlow, edited by Mrs. Ceorgo
Coinwallls-West (Lady Ituudolph
Churchill), vvllttceaso with tho pies
WELLS, FARGO SCO's
On and After November it,
lite .lEcncy for WEI. LK,
I'ARGO V CO'h HXPRItSS
will be In the office of the
UNION EXPRESS COMPANY.
ISO King Htrcct.
TELEPHONE HAIN 86,
Black Bass for
San Franel&cooet. 24. Ileinutv M.
L. Cross of thn Caliiornla Hsh Com
mission arrived In the city yesterday
from tho Sisson hatchery with a mini
her of largo cans containing black basr
fry, which will be shipped to the Sand
wlch Islands on tho steamer Sonoma
today. The Islands are entirely lack
Ing in food fish In tho fresh water
streams, and, profiting uy New- Zeal
nnd's example, ore availing themselves
of California's riches In that respect to
stock theuo gtreitmji.
Thn Hsh. whleh aro fr6m three to
four Inches long, will all bc placed In
a big galvanltedilron tank, spcclnll)
constructed for thn purpose, nnd dur
ing their six days' voyage to thn Isl
ands will be tho obji'ct of tho most do
vuied attention, for it win lie neces
sary, In order to keep them froir
drowning In the Ir native element, to
aeratu water onco nn hour regularly
day ami night, by dipping It out and
letting It fall from u considerable
height, carrying air back with It. The
temperature! must also be kept observ
ed, In order to curry the flsh through
lu a healthy state.
This will be. tho largest single ship
ment ever attempted from California
to n foreign country. The snmu stc a til
er will carry also Homo soekuyi- talmoti
fry, s nt from Victoria to Now Zealand
FIRST CIRCUIT JUDGE
TELLS OF FINE TRIP
Friends on Oceanic Whaif
Give Him Warm Welcome
Band to Serenade.
When the Sonumt hauled alongside
the Oceanic wharf this forenoon, theie
wns a crowd of the friends of Judge
and Mrs. Humphreys standing redely
to give num. un .iioti.t nut 101. judge
Humphrc)s stood far up towaul
bow of the steunonr nud waved his
greetings to his Irlencts, many of
whom took shorn boats and launches
and boarded tho steamer before shu
hauled alongside. The Wnteiwltili
me t the Sonoma outside, Judge Cenr
and .1 number of others taking passage)
In her. . It was Impossible to board
tho steamer outside so tho passe ngers
were forced to wait until the Sonoma
got Into the harbor.
When seen by a Uulletln ropurtpr on
mo steamer, Juetgo llumplire)s said:
"I have nothing to say or puhRc- or .tho university campus wns begun, by
general Interest. My trip to tho Maln-'vvny of Slate nud Clitpel streets,
land was taken for rest and recreation I Tho entrance! to tho university cam
and It proved satisfactory In over) ro'ii".,s1 wn8 lniKli Phelps' (intevvay.
Hie Catholic bind will serenado
Judge Humphreys ut ..is home In Nun
unci vu'lle) this evening nt 7:20 o'eluck
'I ho following program has been nr
(Ireetln to Hangor.
Homo Again (overture).
Our Pride Waltz.
'I ho Queen (tercnadc)
The Stur Spangled llanner.
WU MAY GO HOME
Peking, Oct. 2.I. Thero Is strong op
position among conservative Chinese)
officials to Wit Ting I'ang. Chinese
Minister at Washington, retaining n
fnrclgu mission, Thosu who tukn
Ibis- vlmv consider that his poputnilty
abioiid Is n proof that ho Is not sulii-
elintly loyal to tho interests of China
It Is probable! that ho will bo lecalled
ami given u position on tiio now Hoard
of Koielgn Affairs, where his linguistic
and legal attainments may bo utilized
under the eye eit tho Government
London, Oe t. 2.t Cruisers belong
lug tn thu chimin 1 sepiadiou will hi.
stationed 100 miles apart down thu
wireless telegraphy the llrsf gieetlng
of tho Duku of Cornwall and York to
King IMwiiid and Queen Alexandra
A Homo Itnlii mombi'r of tlio Hoiibu
of Itoprese ntallvcs suld toda) 'I have
In my possession Information vvhlcit
leads mo to believe without th" flUlit
est shadow of a doubt tint wo vl 1
bavo a special session not Inter than
Among the arrivals from San Trail -
elsco In tho Sonoma today wero thu
fnllnulni?! Clinton .1. HnliblliH Mrs.
'and Miss Hrazlcr, Mrs, Damon, (I. Da-
linon Mr and Mrs W I I nwrle Mr
mem. Mr. and Mrs. w. .1. Low He, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Maefnrlane. Mis It.
lliilstcad. Mrn A. II. Lackland, It. fl
I Lydecker, Mr. and Mrs. A V Carter,
I Mrs J. O. Carter, Mrs M. N Carter,
I .miss i.. .M. carter, .vt ic c.'ounier,
(lartley, W K Hopper, W, Maefnrlane
K. Halstead and A. A oiiug
On Tuesday imp week ago, tho '
)ouugcst child of Anna K. Schmidt '
wns adopted by Mis. Nigel Jackson
this city. It will be reincmbeicd that
Mlsn Schmidt vvus grnnled n ellvorro on
October t from W. C, Vldu on the
grounds of nonstipport and at the tlmo
tho court awarded the mother the cus
tody of tho two children, thn youngest
of whleh Is now only thirteen months
Hlank books of nil description do
signed and mnelo nt tho jVLNINO
IIULLUTLVS Job Oillco.
THE PRESIDENT IS
HONORED BY YAIE
Interesting Ceremony at
Close of the Bi
centennial. ROOSEVELT IS GIVEN
i A SPLENDID GREETING
Great Gathering of Notable Men-
Appropriate Remarks by Nation's
Chief Executive -Ovation J
Now Haven, Conn, Oct 23. Hepio
scntatlvcs of many peoples and creeds,
of tbo learned professions nnd of tho
Industries nud literature, were honored
oy Ynlo University today, and, In turn.
paid homage to tlu.- great Institution
of lenrnlng which Is celebrating the
completion of tho second centur) ot
Its existence', ns they inarched behind
Ynle's colors, ele legate s to the gri'nl
icscivnl, and pnitlcipateel In the clon
ing functions ot the celeuriieeoii. New
Haven waif literally ule mad. Schools,
incteirles nnd stores were c losed, while
th townspeople thronged the stieets
to do honor to the President of the
United Stales the guest o( he iiulvcr
I The e losing exercises of the Id ceti
.tcnnliil woto oIQitall) commemorative.
Classlcnl music, a commemorative
'poem and n Onek festival liy inn had'
ueen composed ror tiio occasion; n
(commemorative address by David J
Ilrevver. Associate Justice of tho Unit
nl States Supreme Court, nnd finally
iiotning with the hoods of honor
ary degrees of great men. ti
vvbotn affords a roster ot fame
,, ,miilut,., th .la) s exercises
With the dedication of nnotlier hall
nnd n farewell recepi.on by the presi-
' ill , it nf 111., utili licit,. .I... I.I . i ......
.. w. ..u iiiiiiv.aiij ,i.u ,,,,. iituu
ural of Ynlu e loses
Piesldvnt Itoosevelt and part) ar
lived ut 'J 30. At rnrmlngtoii a con
siderable, company line! gathered to
bid him good by Thero worn many
people ut the stations ulung too way.
nud cheering was lie aril ns the Presi
dent's train rushed through.
'the crowd at tho station here was
a big one nud demonstrative in Itr
vvuiomv to tho President. President
Hadle)' of alc and .Mnvor John I1
Studley were ou hand to receive tho
j ,HtlRRtilH!it cl guest, nnd nfter nu ex
tigo of greetings tho rldo toward
neiii em ui 111111 iiiei ic ueiuiimtmi, uietc
speelnl Inscriptions nf welcome to tho
1'iesiilent. i no President was con
ducted to Jlattell Chapel, and nfter a
brief rest there wns escorted to his
place In tho acndemlr procession of
lent nod doctors, masters of arts, ills
tlngiiished guests of the university
nnel graduates. Thero worn thousands
In line, all dressed lu academic
gowns, niiny of which were fnced
with colors ludlcatlvo of their went
er's degiees. A way for the proces
slon through thn crowds which tilled
the strec ts near the campus was made
by the military escort.
At M.30 o'clock thu piratic moved
slowly toward thu lljpeilon Thintoi,
where! the commemorative exercises
wero held. President Iloosovelt and
Piesldent- llailley etnered tho theater
at H) -30 n. m. Tho President of tho
United Stntes wns led by tho unlver
slty's piesldent to tho seat of honor
directly behind tho orators desk
Piesblent Hndlcy look his sent beside
him. On this platform vvng Joseph II
I Choatc-. John Hay. Itlcnard Olnej.
i Chief Justice Melville W. Puller and
Justice Ilrevver of tho Unlteil Slates
supremo Couit, Presidents LI lot pt
Harvard, Patton of Princeton, Knuncii
of Hiiiwu, Harper of Chicago, Harri
son of Pennsylvania and other colle-gn
pieslilents, besides literary men and
ibuicliineu of distinction Admiral
Sampson. appr.i"iilly In 111 health, did
not enter with tho procession. Ho
I "'"' " '"., ,'i1" J?1!"'. i'lT"!' ,.r
sldo door, nnd, leaning on tho ami of
a f i lend, was shown to his sent,
Thn set program was earl led out
with pree Isloii, After tho overturn tho
coniniemoiiitlve poem by lMiuund
Clarence! Stedmnii was reai'j .Next
was lendered the (Jreck festival liyinn,
written by Professm Thomas I), (luod
ell of Yule nud sung to music written
b) Pmfeshor Pinker, the conductor.
David .Install Hiuwer, IX. I). Jus
tlcu of tho United Stutes Supreme-
iCciuit, deilveri'd tho eommemurnllve
nddiess. Justice Ilrevver was given a
I tlC'tllCllllllllB OVUtlOII.
I., "''"""rlclng t hnt ao had chosen for
"10 ,'l'K',, ' inndldutu beforo he
ll(.,omc) pr,,8(i0ti .r(,Hdcnt Hndlev
! , ,, tmU ,, Yn,0 , wpr(J n(JW
iioublj honored by greeting tho mnn
nlj je MflrC laillS ParCCI HCllVCn
Dollvcra packbges to any
part of tbo city for lUc up
Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped o
nil parts of tho United
Stntes mid Kuropo.
Olllee, J0 17 Hothol Ht,,
opposlto Honolulu Market,
nnd the President as a sou of Yale.
Specially addressing President Hoose
vidt, President Hndlcy spoke as foi
Theodore lloosevelt, while yo'i
were yet a private citizen we offered
)ou most worthily the degrcu ol
'Since In His providence It has
pleased flod to give Theodore ltoose
elt another title, wo Mvo him on that
Recount a double portion of welcome
He Is a Harvard man by nurture, but
we are proud to think that In his clem
ocratle spirit, his broad national syni
pnthles, nnel above nil his cleiranres
and purity nnd truth, ho will bu glad
to be an adopted son of Yale."
t'reslelent lloosevelt advanced, bow
cd profoundly and tried to sp.-aV
Again tbo audience cheered and I
was fully n minute before he was a)
lowed to proceed.
Ho said "President Hadle) I hav
never yet worked at n task worth dc
Ing that I did not find ui)sclf workln
shoulder to shoulder with some sou i
aW. I have never )et been In i.
strugglii for righteousness nnd docen
cy that there wero not men of Vale to
aid mc and give mc strength and cour
"As we walked hither this morning
we passed by a- gateway whleh was
rilscd to the memoiy of a young Yolo
lad who was hurt to death beside me.
as ho and n great many others like us
man bed against the gunfire of the
heights, and with thoso memories
epilek lu my mind I thntik you from my
heart for the honor you have dene me,
nud I thank you doubly, for you plan
tied to do me that honor while I wns
)et a private citizen."
The- b)iun "America" was then sung
:iiei cue nuuienco iiispeiseu.
CUBAN SUGAR COMPANY.
Ni'w orl Oct. 23 Articles of In
corporation of the Cuban Sugat Itenu
Ing Ciiinp-iny have been filed In the
icunty elerk's olllee, Jersey City. Th
ouipany was organized with n capital
stock of fliin.iiou to raise and cxporl
4tiK.il. The Incorporators nro Hcnact
S (luiilil, i:van J Dudley. John I
Hillings, Tracy H. Huckliighnm nm!
Kelimtb K McLaren.
SOON TD REPORT
P.iHieslriiMinn nf filer Woliemriv Will
vu-wv..w- v. .b ""j ""
Be Comparatively Easy Task
Eight or Ten Years
Now York, Oct, 23. A special to the
Woild from Washington snys: Thu
.Nicaragua Canal Commission lias prac
tically completed Ks report, and It
will be submitted to thu President In
tho latter part of November. 1he
work Is voluminous. Unless M llntln
shall submit a pcnpuiltion lor tho sain
of tho Panama canal so favorable as to
rnnso an entire change in tho senll
ment of the Commission, which Is con-
3ldeied Improbable', tho Nicaragua
route will bo strongly recommended.
The total cost will be estimated nt
JOO,Olin,llOO for n canal 150 feet wld
at the bottom nnd thirty flvo feet deep.
ivuuiuejtiai vviutli IS allowed ror thu
Thu Commission will oxmess thn
opinion that thu construction of n ca
nal over thu Nicaragua route will ho o
cc mparutlvcly e-asy undertaking, and
that within eight or ion years the en
nil can be opened to trati'ei
HULL TIIEHMAMRfKK II.
New York. Oct. 23. According to
thu Herald. Sir Tnomns l.lpton tins de
termined to sell tho Shamrock II and
she Is now on thu American market.
Hi Telle. Sir 'iliiimns left New York for
Chtcugo thu beaten challenger wns
placed tn tho hands of Messrs. Tains,
Li inollnu und Crnno of this city with
oulers to ellsposo of her 1'av prlco
lined Is not known.
Governor nf New Zcfilnncl
New York Oct 2J A dlsnutch tu
tho Lomlon Times nnd the Now York
Times' from Wellington snvs tho (iov.
ainmeiit Is urging the ronnnolntiiienl
ol Lorel Itnufurly as Coventor and
commander In (hlef of New Zealand.
TIIHel: aic several lumdrel school
chlMren In Honolulu an J ntut
nf llitv: will neeJ a new pilr
of "iclinol tlioes soon.
Wlnt we vv int l a sell .ill or mot
of the- alines, in J hive mi Je extenMv e
prepiritlotn to tint effect. We hive
vv h it we believe to be the best line of
school shoe In the country In
HAMILTON iinil IMJOWN
SECURITY hCIIOOL MIOn
They are nnJe of the v ery bet mi(er
i.iM by relhble workmen, and they're
in ide to stand the weir.
I 1 r"11
$2. SO BUYS A PAIR
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
IOHT I'OHT 8TEBT.
Will Eld FOR
Plan of Democrats at
Next Session of
IT WILL SOLIDIFY
Also Likely to Cause Break in Demo
cratic Ranks-Demand for
Free Trade and It's
New York. Oct. 23. A sm.rlnl i.. .!,
Trl Initio from Washington sa)s Ho.
ports from Hnvnna that petitions for
the annexation of Cuba to the Unite el
Stntes are being null tlv circulated nnel
lire receiving slguitures of largo ntun
ueri 111 muiientiai Cubans throughout
the Island, continue to reach Wash
ington through both ofuclnl nnd pri
vate sources. The movement Is nvn
orall) ic-giriled lu Washington as pre
natiiio. to say the least of It, although
It cannot bo denied that It Is exciting
lively Interest In a,, circles heie The
comment It has nroii'od Indicates
phluly that tho Ctlhnu question will bo
brought before Congress nt an earlv
stage of the session nnd that the fight
It will precipitate) will bo sharpl) ele
llneil nlung part) lines.
It Is known tnnt tno Democrats,
engcr to make jKilltlcal capital out of
the Issue for next sear's Concressloii
al campaign, will Insist first ou abso
Into free trade with Cuba. and. second.
ou outright nnuexatlon, without even
waiting for tho Cubans to hnvu n trial
nt Independent self government. The
Indications are that tho Republicans
In both the Senato nnd House will
align themselves solidly agnlnBt both
of theso propositions, which of
course, menus mil Cuba will got tie lib
cr free traelo with tho United States
it Is expected that the Democrats
will dlvldo on Ixjth propositions. Just
las they did on Hid Foraker Porto Uleo
ll.lll. with tlio exception tnnt Iho illvl
slon over Cuba will In tno end produce)
a more decided nnd permanent part)
schism than was caused by thu split
lu the House over the treatment nf
Porto Hleo Thero Is no doubt lor ut
ample what the entire IoulsIana dele
gation, which Is solidly Democratic,
will do. Already the benators und
Representatives from that Statu nro
piepariug to resist to tbo limit every
movement having for Us object eith
ei annexation or free trado with Cuba.
CAPTAIN UliRCER HOME.
Captain Ilerger, IcaelSr of the band,
returned freim San F'ranclsco today
after n two weeks' trip to that city.
When seen by n Uulletln reporter. Cap
tain Ilerger had the following to sn)
'I must say I had a fine tlmo In San
Krunclsco I heard all kinds ot ex
cellent music and hiul n good rest.
Among other things, I bought u lot of
new music for the band nnd this I
will give to the Honolulu people an
soon as we have had tlmo to practiced
tho various pieces. I also got several
new Hawaiian songs printed.
'Tho baud will begin work In earnest
on Monday next I will have the boys
meet me tin Kilday morning and at
that time, we will pormulato our
tlnpnn Honcl Hnlc.
Yokohama, Oct. 23. The treasury
nlllrlnls announce thn Issue of ex
chequer bills to tho amount nf ten Mil
lion yen, rcp.i)ablo In thrco months at
7 per rent Negotiations continue fnr
the sain of tho bonds abroad.
Held Up by One Robber.
Portland, Ore., Oct, 23. Tho north
bound Southern Pacific passenger
train was held up enrlj this morning
near Kugeuo by a lone highwayman.
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