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Vol. XI. No. 1988.
HONOLULU, TKltKITOHY OP HAWAII, THUHSOAY NOVKMliKH 7 1001
Pbioe 5 Oknth.
Tells of Recent Trip to
, Hilo and Puna
OHIA TREES GROWING .
OX LAVA FLOW OF 1840
Something or Dr. Russei's Experi
mental Work-Forest and
Other Economic Plants
Forester I)ald I laughs lias Just
handed In to Vra Tn)lor, Commis
sioner of Agriculture and Korestrj. the
following report of his recent trip to
llnnwll for the purpose of Investigating
the forests of the llllo and Tuna dis
tricts: Honolulu, 11. T.. No. 7. 1001.
Vra Tajlor, Kse , Commissioner of
Agriculture and Iorcstr).
Sir: t herewith submit a report of
the'condltlon of the forests In the Hllo
and Puni districts. Commencing with
the district of llllo. on October ISth,
along with W. Ptillar of Honomu we
Inspected the forest lands of Honomu,
Kuhiia and Mukahanalon. and on the
following day along with Mr. .1. T.
Molr of 1'apalkou, we Inspected' the
forest lands of tlut place. On the first
diej's Inspection we went to the lop of
n.ii hill, l'rom this hill a grand Mew
of the forest can he got an far us Olaa
nn the one side and Ookala on the
othci. The forest nro'inel this hill Is
cry ilinc, nnd had It not been for a
liall recent! cut. we could not have
got up there. This stretch of foiest
i onslhts principal! of ohla, koa and a
number of kukul on tliu lower lands,
'J ho fot cut varies In hieadlti fiom three
to about seventeen miles, the narrow
cut part being nboc Ookala nnd the
wldi at at Iuuhonun on tho Olaa slile,
'I he forest all along this tract Is In a
cry healthy condition. Very few dead
tnes are to be seen nnd theeoarc on bo
edge of the" forest. Tho koa here Is not
suffering from the different Insect pests
that are so prevalent nnd doing so
much damage In Maul and on some
parts of this lelnnil. This stretch of
forest Is i. gi.ind water shed and Is a
Bleat benefit to the plantations all
along the coast. The management of
the different plantations aro ulhe to
the benefit of this forest to their re
spective plantations nnd careful))
guard the forest lands under their con
trol. Theic are patches heie and thcro
of unlrftt-eil government lands on this
tract, which I hope may be left undis
turbed. As far as I can see, this foiest Is in
no danger from the lower sldo hut
thcro is great clanger from the sheep
nnd cattle ranches, nbove the forest
belt. If sheep should strny away nnd
gut into this forest it would be im
possible to get them out until a great
denly of damage was done. Sheep win
And thtlr wn through a foiest where
man cannot follow them. I consider
tihcip Io more damage to u forest than
cattle. Therefore I would suggest that
tlio niaukn forest line bo fenced with
a sheep proof fence. There Is no need
of any reforesting In the, 'Hllo dis
trict, but there is gieat need of forest
protection and especially the narrower
parts of this forest belt. The next
part visited was Tuna. This district
Is also safe aB regards Its foiests, al
though tho forests nro not of much
nluo; ns regards the timber qualities
them Is forest enough on lands that
cannot be .cultivated to insure a big
percentage of forest lands against all
the lands that ure suitable for cultlvu
Along the 1810 lava flow voting ohla
trees nro sprouting up amongst tho
bare rocks and It is surprising how
the) tan survive for thcro Is not a
vestige of soil to bu seen. On the
The Quick and
aro now running every
It takes no longer to go
to College Hills b) Rapid
Transit than it doeH to go
to Pilkoi St. by slow Trams.
Hut tho cool air nnd fine
views make- It like a differ
Invest n nickel In a ride
there this atteruoon.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
lower lands there is a great deal of
linla (pandanus) nnd higher up tl
trees nre mostly ohla. Through tho
kindness of Mr. Campbell of tho Puna
Sugar Co, In guiding me to places of
Interest nnd furnishing means of trans
pottntlon, I was able to sec a great deal
of that district.
l'rom Puna I went to Olan, staving
for one daj with Mr. P. 11. McStockcr,
of Olaa plantation, and was shown .1
good deal of the forests around that
plantation hv Mr. Peter McCrae. The
forest around this plantation is in good
condition, being mostly ohla with the
Usual underbrush nnd vines. Thcro
feema to. be nn abundance of forest
lands in this district nnd If enre Is tak
en In the laving out of lands and fenc
ing of pasture lands, there should bo no
trouble ns regards the forestR In that
I next called at the home of Dr. litis
set nnd this gentleman showed me his
experimental work which was very In
teresting. The great cure that has been
taken in the different experiments with
forest and other economic plants la
highly commendable, and the result of
the doctor's labors is a verj good ex
nmplo of wbat tan be grown In that
district. Krom Dr. Russei's place I
went along 'the Volcano road to tho
Volcano. The. forest Is In good condi
tion and the trees nre of a fair alio,
until within a few miles of the Vol
cano, where the ohlas take more of
(Signed.) IUVII) IIAUOHS.
ii mm mi iht
London, Oct. SI. The Lancet todny
fu)s It has official authority to an
notince that the recent rumors regard
lng the health of King Edward nro en
tlrcl) .without truth or foundation. The
Lancet further kuh the King Is In
good health and has undergone
CEBU NOW QUIET
Washington. Oct. 31. An Impor
tant cablegram was leeched nt thu
War Department this morning from
General Chaffee. It follows in part:
".Manila, Oct. 31. Adjutant (loner
nl, Washington: The following from
Drlsndlcr General I lager: 'The Insur
rection forces Cebu Island have tak
en the oath of nlllcglance In good
faith; (-0 olllcers and IU0 men have
surrendered. ai ms.'
This settles lor the present at least
tho disturbance; heretofore existing In
Cebu. Future disorder in that Island
will be made by deliberate action of
Inhabitants, as peace may be easily
preserveel if people disposed to do
so. Shall advise Hughes wasto no
time hut move on Dohol Immediate!).
DUKE HOME AGAIN
I-ondon. Oct. 31,-The ro)al )achl
Ophlr, with tho Duke nnd Duchess of
Cornwnll and York has arrived and thu
escore of wai ships encountered tho full
fence of the gale blowing today over
the channel nnd were obliged to aban
don their Intention to put Into Port
land Roads, which wns a great disap
pointment to the crowds lining the
coast. 'Die flotilla proceeded up the
The Htltlsh scpiailrnn escorting the
Ophlr was first sighted at 1 o'clock
this morning six miles olT the Lizard.
Ne-w York, Oct. 28. Tho Cunardcr
Campania, which arrived todny from
Liverpool and ()uccnstown, swapped
sentiments on Wednesday by wireless
telegraphy with her sister ship, the
Lucanla, which nrilvcd nt Queenstown
yesterday morning. .Neither ship wns
In sight of the other nt any time; In.ul Cntucnrt for the prosectmon; J. L.
fact. It Is estimated that they were ncV'
er nearer than twcnt)-llvo miles, and
at one time, while tho last f tho sev
enty messages wns II) lng through the
ah, the) went 170 miles apart.
THIRTY THIRD DEGREE
Washington. Ott. 2. (Special).
Hon. Ilenrj E. Coopvi, Secretary of the
Termor) of Hawaii, has becu promot-
cd to the 3Jd degiec of Scottish Rite
Masons, at u recent convention of that
bod) in Wiishlngtou. This la the; high
est honor conferred b) that organiza
tion. Mr. Cooper will leave In a day or so
J. A. DRECKON8.
JAMAICA WANTS HOURS.
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 31. The
llrltlsh steamer Dnrleu, from Liver
pool for Southampton, arrived hero to
day from Colou, Colombia. She brought
reports that business continues nt a
standstill nt Colon. Merchants hero
are arranging n meeting to take place)
this week for the purpose of request
lng the Imperial government to take
steps to have a large number of Doers
permantntl) settled on the Island ot
RECORD BREAKING t-CORU.
Ann Arbor. Mich, Oct. 2(5. Michi
gan 128, Duffalo n. That Is tho re
sult of the gnmo today, whlc will go
down as a record breaker for all scor
ing between football teams represent
ing two universities, anei it will gorvt
as a great e)o opener for Knstorn col
leges, as Iluffnlo hns already beaten
Columbia and -J.ehlgh.
THE THIRTY-SVEN . . .
DWINDLES DQWN TO
Pursuant to special call n meeting
of the Hawaiian liar Association wns
held last night to hear the report of
the committee nppolntcd on May 2.!lhnt, with rapid uttornncevilr. Drown
to formulate chnrges against 1 lift
Circuit Judge Humphreys nnd prose
cute such charges before the Attorney
Ocncral of the United States.
Vice President J. IM Katilukoii pro
sided In the absence of President A.
Nominations of new members were
taken tin before the main business.
nnd the rules being suspended the
nominees were elected unanimously
on the secretary s ballot, viz.: Cbas.
S. Dole, Win, (1 Ilnwllns, K. A. Mutt
Smith. C. II. llcmcnwny am. Louis
Those In attendance are named In
the vote to receive and auop. the re
port, on motion of K. II. McClanalmn.
seconded by A. Q. M. Robertson,
which was ns follows:
Ajes lL II. McClanalmn, L. A.
Thurston, L, J. Warren, L, A. An
drews. W. It. Castle, A. O. .i. Rob
ertson, J. T. Do Holt, Frank Andrade,
H. A. Hlgolow. W. L. Stnnlcy, A.
W. Cnrter, R. D. Mead. W. C. Achl.
C. F. Peterson, A. M. Urown. Cecil
Drown, K. P. Dole, Henry Holmes,
A. !.. C. Atkinson, J. L. Kaulukou.
J. A. Matthew man, L. A. Dickey,
P. M. Urooks. A. F. Jund, E. A.
Mott-Smlth, Chns. It. Hcmenwn), P.
L. Weaver, A. A. Wilder 2S.
Noes F. W. Mllverton, J. A. Ma
goon, J. M. Vivas. C. C. Dlttlug. 4.
Not voting Charles S Dole. Dan.
Cecil Drown, chairman of the- com'
Ittee, rend the report, saving ut the
.beginning that It had been prepared
i before the return of cither Mr. Han-
kc), the committee's uttorni'). or
MRS. HON WAR CONVICTED
OF ASSAULT AND BATTERY
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oefYBDl Uin-JUagB numpnrejs
Fines Her Fifty
Mrs. Mon War was found guilty,
at thu noon hour, of assault and bat
tery. Judge) llumphrejrt sentenced
her to pay a fine of fifty dollars. As
sistant Attorney (lenernl E. A. Doilth
It prosecuted and F. J. rttisscll de
le ncle.d the accused. The charge hat)
been long pending. It arosu out of
the beating of a young Clilncso girl,
a domestic in the homo of tho defend
ant, which was witnessed by neigh
iHirs. In ehnrglng the Jury, the Court
el that wl.11.7 parents, guardians and
ployers of minors ero recognized
have tho light of correcting such
misbehavior, tbev must nicn Un
for misbehavior, they must excre Isei ,
lue nguc miner rcspousiuiiiiy ior us
malicious abuse. The Jury was out
only n few minutes, being composcil
of Charles Diulolt, Jr., Joseph Rich
ards, Ueorgn W. Hnriison, Jonah l.
Naklla. Harry S. Hwlutou, Jacob
Lnuilo, James Kahaiepua, John S
Andrnde, IMwin K. Dlake, William O.
Rowland, Louis A, Rostln and VA-
Judgn Gear iiegtvi taking a hand at
the criminal calendar this morning.
Kaalhuo was placed on trial before
him fo; ratio. Deputy Attorney Ocner-
Ivuuiuutm ior the elelendaut. Iho fol
lowing i tho )ury: Oeorge It, Knla,
II. C. Dlckerton, Oeorgo W. Macy.
Isaiah Dray, John W. Smithies, Jns.
K. Mcrseberg, Arthur K. Joues, Win.
Derrick, John M. Davis, Ruby A.
Dexter, Hermann Levy and A. O.
Nichols. Tho Jury re-tired to ronslder
Its verdict shortly niter 1 o'clock.
tlcrr Most Muy Dxcupc Pi-Ihoo.
New York. Oct. 30. Justice Mr j
f g nit In ni Unnri tnn Pnurl titiu nmnl
ed a certificate of reasonable doubt
U un ill vuei uiiiiiiiuv VVvlll nun hUV
In the ease of Johann Most, editor of
me Freiiett, an anarchist paper, In
older to stay bis sentence of twclvu
months imprisonment for the publica
tion of an article entitled "Murder vs.
Murder," which appeared on the day
of Pre sldcnt McKlnlcy's assassination.
BIRTHDAY Or- THI2 PRESIDENT.
Washington, Oct. 27. Today was.
tho forty-third anniversary of tho
birth of President Roosevelt. Occur
ring on Sunday, thero was no formal
celebration. Dr. Nichols, a friend
from Ilaltlmore, was at tho Whltee
House a portion of tbo day, and to
night Commander Cowlcs was n guest
at dinner. Tho President attended
religious services at Grace Reformed
umirch as usual
Reno, Nov., Oct, 26, Senator John
P, Jones of Nevada maelo tho an
uciincemcnt to his friends hero today
Hint tho ovnliillon of political Issiior
round him again In alignment with tho
Stanford, Oct. 2C Tho Stanford
football team defeated the Reliance
eleven today with u score of 10 to 0.
The game was tho last that Stanford
will play against tho clubmen. Tho
previous contest In the city bad rev
BUlted In a 6-to-e tie.
Judge llumphrovs from Washington
The voluminous .character of tho
icport may bo Judged from the fact
took about one hour to read It. It
contains the. five entries preferred
b) the committee! against the Judge,
nlso summaries of the aflldavits In
support thereof, nnd n turlew of tho
answers of thu respondent piesented
to Attorney Ocneinl Knox.
The committee denounces riie rea
son given by the respondent for the
nssoclitlon's action that it was on
nc count or tils policy toward iwllel
sajlng this is an Insult to the mei
beiij of the bnr. A piotest Is uttered I
ngalnst the declaration ol Attorney
General Knox that the cnaige with
reference to tho appointment of Oscnr
Lewis as bailiff was "trivial" In con
clusion the report says:
Recent dispatches fiom ashlngtnn
seem to indicate that tnc administra
tion nro thinking favorably of having
tuo artntrs of the Territory luvestlgat
ed b) a nonpartisan commission. Yet notwithstanding he was the only
While the scope of Inquiry of such member who hnii he-en sent to Jail ten
commission will probably bo wider du)s for contempt b) Juugu Hum
than tho object for which thu liar As- phre)K. noboel) could accuse him ol
soclatlon Is organized, and therefore cowardice If he protested ngalnst the
not a matter for formal nction on our proosed adoption of the report, Thu
part, this committee most heartily resolutions were unjust and undlgulfy
welcomes such suggestion and urges lng to the llnr Association. He declln
that the association and each member eel to vote nt tho meeting when the
thereof do nil within their power to commltti'o wns appointed, lio dial
secure the appointment of sucil a com- lenged them ns men lindei otth to ilo
mission, thereby opening a way for Justice though the heavens should
tho legitimate review of the Issues fall He- challengeel them to show
covered by this report, all of which
h respectfully submitted,
' The renort Is sinned straight hv
Cecil Drown. J. T. Do Halt iinel 1-nrHii
Andrews. W. L. Stanley signs un-
der tliu worels. "I endorse thu nbovol
report." while (leorgo A. Davis places 1
itfiu mim nK
"Lin vllfil I LL uflLLU
Washington, Oct. 20. A cablegram
has becu received at the War Depart
ment from (leneial Chaffee asking
that COO recruits bu sent at once to
tumnia eu on vucuneies in several
regiments, oenomi ciinireo reports
ithnt tho effective strenirtli of tho ar.
my In Northern Luzon Is SU00 less
now tuan on January 1st.
Secretary Root has already arrang
ed details of a plan for replacing the
snort time men In the Philippines
from the forces now in the United
States. While n flnal determination
as to the particular organizations to
exchange has not been reached, It is
In contemplation to withdraw from
.1 l.l.llt t. . it. . (- , nt. i I
"' 'S ". " . r "' . ', :
" ""'I " utn imm, i iivuiiinw
Tftcntynrt. Twenty Hpronri
Twenty third Infantry, the organ zn
Uons to return to tho United States i
In the order In which they went to thu
Ulands. Deforo leaving tho Philip-
pines there will ho many changes In
these organizations, however, for It I
! 'ile,lhnU,",'"n '" ??ch",nBie '?" V.m?
f h ' ro'",B,X. f on
1?L"' ". " ' i met u. .,i
llslmrnt are about to expire.
DULLER A DREYFUS
Now York, Oct. 20. A cable to the
Sun from I-ondon snys: It would be
lmposlblo to exaggerate the Intensity
of tho feelings aroused by the an-
inoiinccmcnt on last weuncsuny oi mil-
tcr'u dismissal from command of tho
, First Army Corps and his retirement
on half pay. Tho news of his dismiss
al has brought to light a great host
of bin friends, who declare that ha Is
u mnrt)r to an Intrigue sccuuu to that
of the Dreyfus case.
HOUIeKC CCCICRAM I.VJUREO.
Now York, Oct. 21. Dourko Cock
ran wns severely injured today by be
ing thrown from Ids horse whllo rid
lng about his place nt Hands Point,
L. I. Tbirei was no wltucss to tho
nccldent, Mr. Cockinn was riding n
spirited horse und was either thrown
ot tho horse stumbled. When he was
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liiuiii wud luiiniiiriiiuiu iiu- ui 1411,1, u
Ho was taken homo und is being kept
RUSSELL AURKIED AGAIN.
IOndon, Oct. 31. Karl Russcl and
Mrs. somervlllc were married at the
registry office In London this morning,
Stop at Mrs. Ilanna's new millinery.
or., cm Fort street nonr Rtmulnln
on Fort street near Chaplain
The Merchants' Parcel Deliver
Delivers packages to any
part ot tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shlppoej 'o
all parts of thn United
States and Kuropo.
Olnce, 1047 Dothol St.,
opposlto Honolulu Market
the following statement between the
other signatures nnd his own
"As to comments of Judge Hum-
phrovs and tils piper as to the Jus
tlces of the Supreme Court, i neither
approve- nor disapprove them, and ex
press no opinion ns to tho eorrec tnoss
ot the conclusions thereon I approve
this report with this exception"
On e one biding the- rinding Mr.
Urown. seconded by . It. Castle,
moved that the report be printed nnd
ilistritiutcil to the members. This mo
Hon gave wny temporarily to the vote
or niloption nlrenely recorded, but enr
rleil without discussion.
Mr ltobertson. In seconding the
motion to ndopt the repori, commend
ed the- work of the committee. It was
believed when action was taken that
ii .mate success wns doubtful, but
there wns no option. They either hail
to protest or lie down like- curs anil
C. C. Hitting supposed that ns a
matter of policy ho should keep eiule-t,
where, notwithstanding his pe-cullnrl
Itles, Judge lllimphrc)s had ever done
nil act of Injustice- In the nunilnistrn
tlon of Justice on tho bench. Jiuliro
Humphreys was a good law)er nnd n
(Continued on page I)
'1 TIFF TIHI
.LEADERS NOW SAY, LET
WELL ENOUGH ALONE'
' President's Message Not Like'v to be
Radical Aldrich Opposes Recip
rocity and Tariff
New York, Oct. 28. A special to
the Sun from Washington sa)s: In-
l"t l lh ProbnWr
it,unR "f ,lm Pii'sldent lu his messago
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a consultntlon toelnl between Rooso-
iV "", "cnalor ,A rlei', "r .l"""
! ?"' ll'nirinn of tile Hnanre Com-
During the two hours and more that
tliu President nnd Aldrich were fo
' R "lh " thoy vv
I message. Aldrl
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nt over every Impor
be discussed In thu
Iricli thinks tnere should
Ihe- no change lu the currency laws ut
the coming session, nil currcnc) re
fnrmers to the coutinry notwitnstnud
lng. and tint there should bu no tin
kering with thu tariff through tho me
dium of the proposed Dnbcnrk bill,
the negotiations of reciproe- ty treaties
nr otherwise, nnd tbnt theie should
.be ns little general legislation
possible ns in his opinion, "Let w
enough nlonu" should be u sate guldo.
Tho fact hag developed as n result
nf tho Interest amused by tho Sena
tor's vlBlt tint tho reciprocity tiea
lies with rruuee, Argentina nnd oth
er countiles which nio on the Senate
ralcndnr, will nuver como to u voto
If for no othci reason than Hint thoy
died by Inpso of the tlmn during which
they should have been tatlflr by tho
Judging by wbnt influential Sena
tors nnd Representatives who have
ilce-ii In consultntlon with the Presi
dent have said to him, It is probnbio
that his message will ho less radical
than has generally been supposed. It
will not ret nmnienil changes lu tho
currency luws. It will not recommend
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urn uiiiiiuiiuii in iiiu iicmituK iitii -
proclty treaties and it wl . not rcc
ommend speelllc changes ot uny ktud
In thu tariff.
BLOODY RACE WAR
Now Oilcans, Oct, 29. A special to
the Plea) line from Dulltown, J.
sa)s: a raco war was started nt a u.
igro camp meeting at Duncan Chapel
Bunuay niicrnoon nt 4 o clock and r-
f,1,Itt,,(1 ' a cn,r,nUal of ulood in tin.
r.tarl river valley linecjualeel In the)
history of tho State. One- whlto man
Is dead, another Is now el) lng with u
nutlet hole through his stomach and a
third Is badly wounded.
Nino negroes wero killed In tho
bloody nffray. five men. threo women
and ono small child. A dozen, or per
Imps more, e'senped to tho woods nnd
swamps with wounds that nro bellor
cd to ho certain denth In the
iway from medical care.
A San Francisco correspondent
writes as follows, under date of Octo
ber 31- "The Southern Pacific R. R.
expects 30,000 tourists to visit South
ern California this winter nnd figure
from previous experience that thesa
people will spend (5 000,000 while
the lo. They can led 25,000 tourlstB last
)ear. Wli) cannot wo In Hawaii get
our Bharc of the tr.illlc."
Sale for St. Peter's
The- project of n grand fair for tho
benefit of St Peter's Episcopal Chi
nese Mission Cnitrch nnd School hns
be en abandoned, pending the- chnuge
of Jurisdiction from English to Amer
ican next April.
Instead there will ue held on Sit
urd iv. November 10. a sale of Chines'"
lancy work, supplemented with FIJInu
turlos ntiel wnrcs. It will be open
from 12 in to R p m In the grounds
ol St. Andrew's Cathedral Refresh
ments will Uif prov bled In nbundnncu
Subscriptions In ntd of the event
are being gratcfull) received by the
committee, consisting of Chang Kim
V See Young, Dr. T Y Soong, Rev
Kong Ying Yet nnd O Sliding.
Admission 2A,celits, school children.
10 cents. VS. ,
ROUTE TO KALIA ROAD
APPROVED BY COUNCIL
Two More Light Wine and Beer
License Applications Referred
to the High
There- Is nn money in sight to pa)
clerks of the Fire Claims Commission
lor their services. Attorney (lenernl
Dole has knocked out one hope- b)
un opinion rendered to Auditor Aus
tin which was produced at tcida)'s
meeting of tho (lovernor's Council. It
Is to the effect that tho S2000 appro-
jprlntlou for Interpreters cannot he
applied to the pa) lng of clerks
James II. Ho)d. Supeilntetulent of
Public Works, submitted the pipers
rclitlve to the application of the Ho
uoliilu Rapid Transit Company for up
piovnl of its piojccted route from Pit
mihuu to Kielln toad. He recciin
j mended approval, which the meeting
forthwith ne corded.
i W. Wagner applied for n light vvlno
and beer license nt Waiohliiu, Hawaii,
and August Dompke lor n similar priv
ilege nt Waluien, thu same Islands,
Uoth applications wore referred to
the High Sheriff for Investigation.
ELECTRIC CARS COLLIDE.
There was a collision between two of
the Rapid Transit tubular enrs at the
River swltili about 8 ci'cjock this morn
lng. It resulted In the breaking of
two or three stanchions and a con
siderable smashing of glass In one of
tho cars nnd some broken windows
nlso In the other. The car from I'a
lamn had gone too far on the switch
and beforo the car from Pupation
could bo stopped It crashed Into Uie
side of the other nt an angle. Tho
windows being closed on account of
the storm, there was more breakage- of
glass than if they had been up In the I
roof casing. Njiio of the pissengers.Mr. Fitch wns cited by the Circuit
received injury so rnr ns coiilei tie.
learned Doth curs proceeded to thn
cnrlurn at the power house, passengers
from town be-fyg carried back to take
tb cnet c.lr nt Miller street Doth the
luotnrmrn Involved in tho accident
have- good reputations for tarefuluts"
NEW UOXEIS OUTBRUAK.
Chicago, Oet. 27. A special to the
limes Herald from Washington says:
Missionaries In China who have had
the opportunity of gauging tho lempci
Df the pe-oplo helle-vo thero will be n
recurrence of tho !oxer outhrenk In
China certainly within Ave )eurs.
This Is tho alarming news now in the
imssiisslon of thu Stnto Department
jns n result of representations bcllev
til to navo been mnde by Special Coin
mlrsloner W. V Roekhill.
ANOTIIIII: CRCKCeUB P.CCOfel),
Kansas City, Oct. 21. Cresctus.
king of trotters, broko tho worlds
inllo recnid for a hnlfiilo track this
ulteiunon at thu Kansas City Driving
Club's Park, going the distance in
2:0'J 1-4. and clltinliii! lust ono-ounrior
of a second off tho best nrnvlnus n-n.
onl, made by him nt'Toledei two weeks
I.. .,.. -.. .... .. . . ..
iMKcj. iiu mauo nice new recorci in ills
.very (lrst trial. Time by
0-3J31, l:iili-2; 1:30 1-2,
M1VV WAGON RECORD.
Memphis. Tenn , Oct. 25 Little
Hoy, driven by his owner, C. K. U.
Hillings of Chicago, toda) lowered his
own world's pacing record, to wngor,
by a eiuarter of a second, doing tho
mllo In 2:01 1-2, Accompanied by
two runners, Little Hoy was sent for
wnrd nt a terrific pace, and when he
passed under tho wlro for tho stirt ho
was extending himself to tho limit.
London. Oct 28. "It Is nfllclally an
nounced In St Petersburg," snjs n
special dispatch from the Russian cap
ital, that itii8sia anil China nnvo con
cluded nil agreement ns to Maui bu-
fcOCIAL IS POSTPONED.
The social to have been given this
evening by tho ladles of the Kaumnkn
plll church nt Palama has been post
poned on account of the Inclement
Hlnnk books of all description de
signed nnd made nt the i.V'HNINU
HULLirriN'S Job OlHco.
Mate McDonald Appears
and Pleads Not
HIS TRIAL IS SET
FOR TUESDAY NEXT
Mtorney Robertson Tries to Convince
the Court that the Cottage
Was Not Uncle
C Aries McDonald mate of the Sea
Kl.. having arrived from San Fran
clrco this morning ippc-arc-il wUh
Thomas Fitch, his counsel. In the
United States District Court. WitU
the consent of Deputy District Attor
ney Dunne-, the order of .forfeiture of
defendant's bund wns set nside. Me
Donald was then nrralgnecl on the in
dlctme nt for nssault upon the high
seas, and pleaded not guilty, ills
trinl was set for Tuesday next.
Antonio Rodrigues, convicted cif
tcrdny of adulter)', woa scntence-Pby
Judge Kste-e to six months nt hard la
bor In Onliu prison.
Just before noon recess there was
argument ns to Instructions to thu
Jury In the ense of W. M. Campbell,
on trial for violating the eight-hour
labor law on United States Oovern
mint work. A. (1 M. Robertson wn
U)lng to touv litre the Court that tie
cottnge Campbell built on tho naval
reservation was not Undo Sam's
property under tho words of the
contract, until It ead been accepted
by Commandant Merrv.
Judge Kstee would not rule nt the
moment, preferring that the Federal
itttorney nnd counsel for elcfendant
Mibnilt instructions they respectively
cli sired In writing.
Attornc) Thomas Fitch shows he
was forehanded In getting nwav with
his own in thu Plumbing Trust case
It has already linen reported that the
I'ucillc Hardware Company brought
a suit ngalnst C. II. Drown, plaintiff
In the case, to recover the amount ot
a bill of gooels nnd named T. F. Dav
Id son, James Nott. Jr., J. N. Schaeef
er F, W. Oulnn. C. It. Hath. Oscat
Ifacllers, Henry Cc.irlng and Patrick
u uonneii ns garnishees, the so bclug
defendants in thu casoand supposed
to be owing Drown Jointly nnd sever
all) the amount of tho Judgment he
re covered in the United -states DU
ttict Court. i
Judgment was for IS.M.3C nnd was
ciitered In the last mentioned court
at 3 -25 p m. on November 1. At
3.30 thu same afternoon Drown made
nn assignment of tho Judgment to
Fitch, wlio paid him J3S0 rash. Drown
had owed Fitch (G25.C prior to thu
rendering of the verdict on October
30 for professional services and mon
Under the garnivheo proceedings
i;ourt in leu what he know about
mo judgment, nnd fits nnswer con
tains tho facts set for the nbove.
Mike Morcttaf a sailor who slashed
n hllmnte In his bunk, took the poor
I11"" '''' itli beforo Judge Hstee nt
noon nud was discharged from prison
He was under sentence of six months
lu Jail nud a fine of $300. Ha has serv
ed seven months and has no money.
Htnntorcl DefentH Rellnnce.
San Francisco. Oct. 27. California
matched victory from defeat, C to 5
ngalnst Oljmplc, on the Sixteenth and
Folsom streets grounds )esterday af
trrnoon b) a sensational sixty-eight
)ard run lu from a kick to a touch
down, mndo by llttlo Srcmnit, n fresh
and fist Mibstltutcd half-back Just put
Into tho pin) late In tho gnmo. Karly
In the contest Obmplc had scuddcnly
scored a simple touchdown nud 5
points b) shooting Gammon, Iho Inst
) car's California varsity half out
around Hudson's end for a rush o(
thlrty-fHo ).irds, Captain Womble
overtaking und tackling tho runner
Just in time to prevent a favornblo
location behind tho goal posts.
"Willi tlinttlht Ut It tint i with mi c
Tt) ficvt hall he the latl anj ht n
Shi cjr oeil, trirv'reinrtiJcJ new
V lilltt men Horn out are men de(e)J too
Our Repair Department
is a First-class
and work dono by us is work done
If )oti havo decided to hare new
Boles or heels on )our old shoos, bring
them to us. Wo guarantco to do the
very best work at tho lowest price.
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