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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. If. T TlIUHHUArj NUVfitriwi-
The Young Playwright's Misery.
Mow sort the music ot those village
Kail nt Intervals upon tho ear
In cadence Bwcott now dying nil away,
Now pealing loud again and louder
Clear and sonorous as tho gala cornea
With easy forco It opens nil the cells
Where mom'ry slept. Whcnovor 1
A kindred melody, tho scene recurs
And with It all Its pleasures and Its
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THE OLDEST CHu E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Oulwt Is Flo, Sllki ud GtiM LIumi. Chlo.i. u4 Ji;.n. Good, of All Klot
Poking, Nov, ". 1.1 IIiinR Clmng died
nt 11 o'clock tlila morning.
At midnight Inst night t.l Hung
Chnii); milled slightly. His family li.nl
Installed nntlvo doctors In clinrRo of
tho nntli'iit, tho regular physicians
liavlng refused to attend him unless
the Chinese doctors were dismissed.
Peking. Nov. 0. At ! o'clock this
evening Knrl I.I wns Htlll breathing
and displaying unexpected vitality.
The burial clothes have already been
put on. Tho courtyard of tho yamen
la filled with llfe-r.lze paper horses nnd
chairs, with roolle bearers, which hit
friends nre sending, in uecordaurc with
Chtnero customs, to be burled when hu
dies, in order to carry his soul tn
heaven. Several of the .Ministers of
the Powers have called to express sym-'
Tho Chinese olllelnlg are somewhat
uneasy concerning the elTcct of his
death will have on the populace, and to
guard against a possible untl-forelgti '
demonstration the Chinese generals
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I'liolo Ljr UiKk. Wubinifton.
MISS ANNIE RIDGE EARLY.
One of the brilliant Wnlihigtoii weddings of the month l that of Ml
Annie Illdsn Knrly, grillidlileee or (ieiieral Jnluil A. Kiirly of tho Coiifi'ilcrate
army, to Mr. liniiuld ltiiinlidpli 1'nlrfiix of Virginia. Mr. Fairfax, who Is n
coiihIii of Mrs. lliirton Harrison, Is third III Hue of succession to the title of
I.ord I-'alrfiix of Kiiglaud and may some day Inherit III" great Fairfax itate.
GOVERNOR DOLE BEGS
MERCHANTS FOR MONEY
"SX2 li! '
" If you don't want whltkcy to get the n cf you, you rail get
the best of hikcy." "
" I do lady, but uhen a frllou's only got a nickel he can't buy
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(Jiivcrnnr Dolo appeared at tho most-1 filed Willi tho Commission. The
Ing of tho Chamber of Commerce yes- amount required for further expenses.
tcrday afternoon to solicit funds fori according to a memorandum from Mr.
carrying on tho Bossion ot tno uro
Liaims Commission until the business
Tliero was tho usual hard tussle
over tho telephono wires to obtain a
quorum, mi that It was seven minutes
to four instead ot thu announced time
of 3:.10 before President C. M. Cooke
cnllcd tho meeting to business. The
others present, besides iho Governor,
wcro Secretary J. O. Bpcnccr, V. V.
Hall, II. A. Parmlco, fr J. Lowrey,
1.. IC. Plnkhnm, Krncst Wodchoiisc,
11. Kocko, W. A. Ilowcn, K. K. Pax
ton, O. II. Hobcrtbon, tl. P. I.angu
and T. Cllvo Da vies.
Mr. Ilowcn wanted Inlormatlou
about tho prococdlns of thu commlttf-o
on tho debt duo to Castle & Cooke on
account of tho (Juaruntlno wharf, tie
bad seen Mr. Pfotenhnucr, who told
blm that tho matter was delayed until
more members could bo secured for
thu Chamber, so that tho assessment
to pay tho debt would fall lighter on
Mr. Spencer did not understand tbo
matter that way. It was nc who had
suggested and prepared tho list of
probablo contributors. There bad been
no proposition to get more membors,
though it was deemed proper that mm-
members who had beneuted from tun
wharf should bo asked to contribute tn
the liquidating of tho debt. As a mat
ter of fact, there wcro Boven names on
one list beforo him of thoso outside of
the Chamber, and tliero was another
list that probably contained rooro who
wero not members. Ho quoted tun
minutes to show that the report of tho
committee, containing tho apportion
ment of contributions, was adopted
and "referred to tho committee fur
President Cooko suggested that tho
secretary see tho commlitco aud show
them tho list, and with consent to this
tho matter went over.
J. P. Cooke, chalrmnn, being absent,
thcro was no report from tho commit
tee to reply to tho circular of tho
Pittsburg Chamber ot Commerce,
which asked for cooporatlon In peti
tioning Congress to pass laws lor tho
extirpation of unarchy and making
treason a capital offense
Macfarlano which ho rend, was J1000,
Tho Governor highly praised thu
work tho Commission had done. It
could nuor havo been overtaken bad
it not been systematized. Mr. Mao
farlaun as chairman hail shown ability
and tact, winning tho conlldenco of
i..s associates. Under tho husinesB
like system of tho Commission th
work had gone on expeditiously. To
have It stopped now would bo a public
disaster. Tho action of tho Commis
sion had undoubtedly Improved thu
labor situation, In giving tho Japaneso
Government conlldenco In tho jitstica
of this Government. A cessation ol
the work now until tho next Legisla
ture lould provide lor resumption two
'yenrs or even eighteen months henco,
would bo a misfortune. There might
bo different men, at least in part, on
in i) Commission who would have to be
broken Into tho work. Tho present
members had ,met thu claimants fnco
to lace. Been itnd heard the witnesses
nnd estimated the character of tho evl
Another thing was tho general busi
ness Interests Involved. It would bu
very damaging to. tho community to
have these claims left unsettled. Tbo
Government was not In a position to
provido tho monoy. Ho would thcro
loro aBk thu Chamber of Commerce or
tho business men to advance, tho mon
ey under a guarantee that tLo Govern
ment would ask tho Legislature for its
repayment. Similar aid had been giv
en tho Government frequently in tho
past ten years and nover had tin Leg
islature refused to provido lor tho pay
ment of such debts. Even thu last
Legislature which was regarded as
bomowhat uncertain, honored all bills
hnvo disposed their troops about the
city In Mich n way ns to command tlto
situation. Trouble, however. Is ex
The wife of Karl l.i and his two spn.1
nnd daughter nre with him. They are
Chinese ufllclnls throng the yamen.
Telegrams have been sent summon
Ing Prince Citing, who Is now on his
way to meet the court, nnd Chou Kit.
Provincial Treasurer, from Pao-tlng-fu.
The former will assume the gen
eral charge uf Government affairs, nnd
the latter will act us Governor of Chi
ll until l.t Hung Chang's successor In
that odlre, who will probably bu Yuan
Shi Kill, is appointed.
Robert Coltman, nu American, who
Is one of the physicians attending I.I,
told the correspondent that when ho
was called to net with Dr. Vcldo of the
German Legation, November 1st, ho
found the patient very weak from u
pevcro hemorrhage due to ulceration ot
"Tho hemmorrhago was readily con
trolled," said Dr. Coltman, "but owing
to the underlying condition of chronic
gastritis with persistent nausea only
the mildest liquid food could bo di
gested. Yesterday ho wnB cheerful nnd
without pain, hut nt 2 o'clock this
morning ho hecanto unconscious nnd
wns no longer able tn get rid of the col
lection of mucus which ho had freely
expectorated. Death Is expected short
ly! owing .to symptoms supervening
upon gradual carbonic ncld poisoning."
Throughout the evening digitalis
was frequently administered.
Karl M's persistent refusal to re
frain fiom nttendlng to Government
business bns aggravated his malady,
while thn refusal of tho family to per
mit certain measures customary In
Western medical practice for relieving
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containinc coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples. Ml InslJe. Eve-ybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
j if i Vint nninrii I
' the stomach havo contributed to brliii
Mr. Ilowcn saw no would Ilka to ask j,g cmI ncar
which they wcro Juu now assessing I
inemseives, wnB not an exception to that JSGOO. (Thn .wnlmr . .-i..
the Government's record lor kcenlni:
Governor Dolo replied that tho Quar
nnllno wharf was not a parallel case.
Tno merchants hnd undertaken to pay
all tho cost of constructing that work.
and If the plague had not unfortunato-
lug thu minute book as ho spoko to
llud tho actual understanding about
thu wharf.) In conclusion no said ho
would (alio It ns a great mlofnrtuno to
havo tho flro claims work stopped at
mo present singe.
On mntlnn nT Mr liwrnv anrnmln.l
President Cooko Bald lie had Invlt-1' stopped botoru tho tlmo expected, by Mr. Pnrmelee, It was decided to
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THE EVEN! N G BULLE Tljji
THE OLDl-ST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPUR
A KLGNUKKE fOt ADVmiURS Jljljloljljljljl
cd Covcrnor Dole to attend the meet
ing, to lay bcloro it a statement re
garding tho Firo Claims Commission,
about which tho Oovcruor bad spoken
Governor Dole said he was glad of
tho opportunity to bring before them
a matter and mnko a request in which
they wcro probably as much Interested
as nnyouo else.. This was relative to
funds for carrying on tho sessions of
tho Klro Claims Commission until Us
business could hn concluded. Tho Leg
islature unlorlunntely divided thu
amount appropriated for uiu Commis
sion Into Items, and Its calculations
on thnt score wcro inaccurate. Some
of tho items were scarcely touched,
while others woro now exhausted. II
had declined to consent to having the
tno wharf would havo been paid for
inroiign tonnage recti on merchandise
Mr. Ilowcn stated his Impre-.slnn to
huvo been thai tho Government prom
ised to sco thnt tho merchants would
be reimbursed If necessary.
Governor Uola said tho Government
did send n request to tho LeglM.uurj
regarding the matter, but thcro was
no engagement on its part to refund
tho money. As tho 10th was only two
days away, ho concluded, tbo present
matter was important.
President Cooko remarked "that
r.lr.ce thn Governor had spoken to him
on this matter It had occurred to li'm
ihat tho Chamber ought to tipvo u cum
ta'iteo to act In conjunction with T.1
I rem tho Planters' Association, as thu
Japanese Government bad prartlc.iily
havo tho president nnd secretary act
vlth tho corresponding olilcors of tin
Merchnnts' Association nnd the Plant
rts' Association ns a committee on tho
natter of the Flro Claims Commla
"Can It bo done in time?" asked Mr.
"I think so," replied tho president.
No other business wns brought for.
ward and tho meeting adloiirnod.
I Items trnnsfnrrnd from nnn hnml tn
another and tho Attornoy General had dtnanded tho payment of
rendered an opinion thnt such would " Its subjects,
not bo legal. Chairman F. V. Macfar
laue of tho Commission had Informed
him that at an oxecuttvo session thn
Commission decided that unless thu
expenses wcro provided tho delibera
tions of (bo Commission would bo stop
ped on tho lDth Inst. Tho remaining
uslncss would rcqulro bIx weeks for
.varings nnd about two months more
for adjudicating nil of the 7000 claims
Mr. Ilowcn observed that thiiy all
appreciated tho Importance of tho
mutter. It would bo very Iwl to ruvo
all tho excellent work ot tbo Commis
sion go for naught. Ho wan glud tbo
Governor had nnswered him as ho !nd
regarding tho wharf, because ho had
thought thcro was a distinct promise
Irom tho Government, Thov wcro
now trying to assess thomsolves for
Yokohama, Nov. C. The Jnpaness
Government has decided to Instltuto
economics and to effect other meas
ures In order to offset tho failure to
sell bonds In tho United States. Tho
Issue of exchequer bonds of the value
of 10,000,000 has been only a partial
Mr- Pierce'-. Elec
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