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EVENINO BUI.LKTIN. HONOLULU. H. T., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IB, 1901.
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FRIDAY.. ..NOVEMBER ID, 1D01
' " trcun Madrid bno been published
Can anyone Imagine Mil) or Sc,th l.un ntrt, within Ihu lant few dajs refer
for Instance or tlovcrnor Odell calling ' i,iK cautiously to nn alleged scandal
on the New York Chamber of Com or as some! dlnp.iti.liei describe It, H
mtrcc to supply funda to carry on Slate roimiiiio In tonnecttnu with the llrlt
or city work that should be and could is.i Pierage. A Madrid man claims 1-j
,1... ., u. ., i ii ,,,., ,,r b'" t"o boh of Lord Snikv lie, better
be provided by the State l.eglsl.itiiie or ,mitin , .,,.,. . c,'r i.ii
Chalrman Kenned' prompt action
In calling a meeting of the Republican I Henry harUvlllc ist Is that In 1S31 rigged son of n sea cook " Prof. Jog
Territorial committee opens the wa J l-nl Sac kvllle, who wai then J"i jenrs ram himself gave no end of entcriiln
for the committee to set Itself right of,n" nni1 n acting ns British Con- mnxi Ith his ponderous pedantry, do
before the rank and tile of the party rt- 'l!"? i?'?1,," '1 'S.. "opln " occasions Into sentiments
uinl put all Irregularities aside to be
scheduled with the forgotten past. I
Seth l.oWs vlctorj In New Yoik city ' " '""" ' 85. dechres that ho Is
viewed from n purely political stand-1 "' r "! J,1"1 l,1 V ""l1 rnl.n"v. CS,J,,'3 .
, " ' . , ,,... ... i Lord Sac kllles London aw jcrs say
point steins to offer more for the re- , ,, ,llllrKma,nB conspiracy; that
l,int ration of the Democratic part) by .optil I)llrnn Wil9 nner mro ,(,
the elimination of Croker than It does ,l loidshlp's mistress, and that she
lor the Republicans It Is n significant married Antonio de In Ollta, n danc
fact, howecr, that tho Republican I inet master In Madrid Lord Sacklllt
parti docs not rcqulro regenratlon and l now a feeble old man, who Is spend
It Is worth considerable to be strong c the evening of his .Hjs at Knole
i. ... ,i ..i ,.i.. 1'aik In his grand old Norman castle.
""",k '" """'" " -
n worthy opponent.
Following closet on the heels of LI
Hung Chang's death comes the ncws.f
hat a Boxer leader has been promoted1
it a uoxcr leaner una necn promoceu
a high place In the Chinese Foreign
Ice. LI Hung Chang has been a
!.,.. t,.t i f.i,i.,u... im,..
to a high place In the Chinese Foreign
restraining factor In Chinese politic..
ir uic operations oi tnai goternmein mct n,,r Therefore the suggestion
rise to the dignity of politics. The ex- tiiat K,r wn8 n,y fe Is palpibly mi
pectatlons of the westrrn world will! nun If she had been free I should
be fulfilled If the affairs of China now
go from bad to worse
Residents of Kauai request the
Bulletin to urge the theatrical com-
panics to gle a performance on Mon-
day nights that Usltors to Honolulu
remaining oter one steamer may hate
better opportunity to 'cio5 thpla
glten In the Opera House. Undci tho
present arrangement of dates which
lias been in toguu for miny ears,
residents of tho other Islands must re-
main over a full week to attend tho
theater. Time and expense of such a
trip make It a practical Impossibility.'
Tho proposal Is one that theatrical
managers may well glte bcilous ton
clderatlou, for If the custom Is once
Um Hie ,s s TW '
eon why it should not be mutually
Tiip KAU POLICL.
A Bulletin Kau correspondent lefer-
ring to his pictlous trlllcUm of tho '
police of his district sa: "Your edi
torial on the loshida murder case In
which you sn iinjone having knowl
edge of evidence should glte It to the
police department Is correct and to the
point, but If we have heard correct!),
there are Naalehu parties who assured
aneriB Auunws tuut wib u.iueu
could Ge got I no would lend certain I
assistance which ho refused to give-. It
HUU.l u a. u, Kuuu .Uv .. im.. -
one nating autnority wouiu coma to
this district and do n little IntestlgtV
ing. Prhate Indltlduals am not npt to
help tho pollen much when the arej
Insulted for doing so." I
The pith of tho correspondent's ro-
marks In the expression, "If we
have heard currectly." No department
and no Individual should be condemn
ed on hearsay. If such a state of af
fairs exists In the police department
of Kau as Is charged by hearsay, It la
the duty of reputable citizens to fol
low the reports to the source that they
may be proved or disproved. Our cor
respondent's own words show be Is
not absolutely sure of what ho Is talk
ing about, and criticisms can havo
little force until he reaches tho repu
table citizen who Is ready to state
"This Is the fact and I stand by It"
Citizens of Kau can do their own In
vestigating If they will hut set about
It In a forceful and direct manner, and
such actlvit) on the part of elllrens
and residents of the District will ac
complish moro satisfactory resultn
than any official Investigation. There
la no power in un American Territory
higher than the authority of reputabln
citizens ir incy win uui exercise it.
IMPROVE THE OVERLAND
Chicago, Nov. I-,. Orders have been
given by tho Northwestern manage
ment for a complete now equipment
for tlio overland limited. This neces
sitates tho purcliusc of ton cntliu now
trains, from enulue to observation car,
at an ctpendltme of approximately
J1.20O.O0O, the largest order over giv
en for tlie equipment of a slnitln
train. Tho limited leaves hero every
day In tho vearand requires ton trains
to keep running on schedule. Knoh
of the trains will consist of an en
gine, observation ear, two Pullman
sleepers, ono buffet and smoker, onu
baggage car and onn diner.
In tli n construction of both englua
nml rum Iho management has glvou
but one order -to mnlto them as linn
ns moni'v can Imv. Tho PnllmnnB will
lie models of tho carbullder'a art, The
sleepers will bu severely plain and
there will bo no upholstering, one opt
whoro It Is couducivo to comfort. Tho
wood, vtill ho Moxlenn mahogany, mir
ror polished and engraved. It Is ex
pected that all the nett equipment will
be ready by Jauuarv, so that the now
year will see tho nott train plying be
tween Chicago and San Tranclscn.
In connection with tho now limited,
and also lu connection with the Colo
rado special, It has been decided not
to haul private cars on either. Thu
limited will bo a strictly first class
limited train, and the president of the
road will be obllgod to rido as any
other patron and to pay his fare if h
desires to take the limited,
ii i . '" i
TO PROVE HIMSELF
Young Spaniard Claims Share of
Estate Lawyers Claim
It a Blackmailing
New York. Nov 2. A tabic to Iho
Fun iroin London sas 'Icle-granis
I Satkvllli'-Wikt. former HrltNh Minis
1 ter at Washington 'I he story an told
n .Madrid l a man calling hliiuolt I
,,, ',.ln f,llr,n iiitlnnt.lv li..lot
married her and had by her three
daughtc rx and one son 1 his son, w ho
Ho is practically n leeluse. but con
tented to bo Inter lowed, and when
com I need of the Imwiodhility of hush
ing up the gtninlal, told a clear story
He said1 "It's quite true that I hid
in- mihi- us timet: emu mm i i
mistress In Madrid. Her nnme. h
t:'n,,, ""' IVplta uuran. but
I'lta tlb la Ollva. for she was man
mistress in .viuuriii. tier nnme. now
rT la'oiUa Jun befo'i
probably hate married her, for I loted
her so much. Indeed, that wo lied to
icrther in perfect happiness until sho
I c.led, Just fifteen years ago. 1 ncter
jut another woman In her plaro nml
snail ni'ter marry. My brother will
succeed mo here
"I'epltn Olltn bore mo lour children,
J H" an' thr,c" ;l"Sht;'r My son
SK tatt l'KS!:
rf,prrig. but hu has repaid me wltn
Kri6H tinflllal Ingratitude, which has
riilmlnnted In this scnndnl ami appar
tntly attempted froud."
Ah How, the Chinaman urrested in
Chigw' .1S.V. ,M
. , ,, ,, ,,,,
.running a liquor distillery uppara-
jlus, was this for'-ncon sentenced lo
( three mnutns imprisonment nt hard
labor and to pay a fine of $J00 and
I costs. Tho defendant pleaded guilty.
He v,a. rc,)r(.sented bt Attorney Chill
Before pleading. .Mr. ChllllngworLB
said that his client had made up his
mind to plead In his own behalf.
When Ah How had done this, Mr.
Chilllngwnrth stated he had learned
from the man that ho lnlcnded return
ing to China. He would ask the court
, makg the plmlBhnunt as light ne
lb,e , onlcr nf)l , d ,yo ,hc
,)f posal,IIIty of returning
t() nU natU(, ,,,
Judge Wilcox remarked that the do
fendant would nrobnblv hnvn In nml.
puno his trip for some little time. lie
thereupon Imposed the sentence al
ON IDE PUBLIC SIRE
An exciting fight between Toma Abe.
the Japaneso policeman, and Dunwell,
a hackdrivor, took place tins afternoon
on the latter's hack on Queen street
near 1'orL Tho hack with tho belllg
crants In It came up Queen street and
the driver was holding Toma by tho
thioat with one hand whllo ho was
driving with the other, u.ierift Brown
peeing thu dlttlculty, dragged Toma
from the hack and, slapping his face
two or three times, sent him to tho
police station. Dunwell went about
his business. His hand was badly bit
ten by tho Japanese. It is stated by
Mnornl evewltnesBes that Toma Abo
was trvlnc to null his cun. which ho
i had In his noekct at tho time that the
oki-hm juurte.u nun uui m tut' lutcit
I What thu trouble was about could not
bu learned. It Is thought that tho'La and ,o.,; Valanoa, Kula, MnuL
action of Sheriff Hrottn saved
spilling of blood.
GEORCH FULLI1R HURT.
Ceorce roller, the strongest nlavor
of the Puimliou Athletic football team
whllo ,.ln, In. a practice game yester -
tin) was thrown and broke bis nnklo.
This unfortunate accident will pre
clude an possibility of his taking part
In the games tills season and bis ab
fenci from the line will bo greatly folt
by the team,
8A1 UR DAY'S POLO GAM 11.
Tho Hornets and Aitllkij teams will
pla polo at Kuplolaul park Sutiiiduy
afternoon, beginning at d o'clock The
teams will bu .is follows
Hornets ludgo Perr), A Carter, A.
I". Jiulil nml Clius. Dole.
Artillery Lieut. Hancock, Dr Mc
Adory, II W Shingle and C II W.
The summer home of Sarah Hern
liar (It turn once a fort, and dates from
the year 17!0. It Is situated on the
nilttnny coatt, on a rock) ledge that
extendi! far out Into the nca, where tho
great waves beat around Its baso and
seahlrds shriek and circle above It.
When Mine. Rcrnhardt is at the quaint
old place a flag (lies from a luw tower.
MM WEll PIAYED
There was n fair houso to hear the
Nclll company render the comedy of
"Itoscmary" In the Hawaiian Opera
House last night It was pleasing, at
the start, to find the Initial promise of
the season strictly Kept. The curtain
rore on the first of the four acts sharp
at 8 o'clock Then the waits between
acts wero not tedious Follow ins was
the cast of characters
Sir Jasper 1horiid)ke . Mr. Nclll
I'rofeFior Jogram Frank JlatVlcars
Cnpt. Criilrkshung, It N. J W. Ilurton
Wllllnui Wcstwnod (leu. Illoomqucst
fleorgu Mlulfle . . Hubert Morris
Abraham Scott Scnton
Walter v I!. Gardlncr-.toneR
Mrs Crulckshank . Lillian Andrews
Doroth) CrulcKshniik .... Julia Dean
Mrs. Mlnllle .... Louise llrowncll
Prlscllla .. Mary Ellrubeth Forbes
The leading characters were finely
sustained. Captain Crulckshank, a
hero of the Nile, kept the house roar
ing .. he exhausted his voice In tittir-
miees redolent of the brine, as when
he Minted I'rof. Jogrnm at llrst luoct-
Ing him as "jou Dutch-built. Jury-
shrewd and lofty whx'om. Ills men
tnl mastery uvc r tho hero. Sir Jasper,
at i. me it cn.ilat period In that char
attirs life it'jr, w w a feature of
reall) high t.rnma.
Mr. Nell! and Mr. Illoomqucst car
i ltd o'il their rcles mill' Intelligent
cuipiehci.slon rt iitilbiitli.g hrgcly to
the utileubtcd ri'ieets of the entire
presentation. The itumer acted tho
in"r,ibq man of nlncij v ho "rctnem
liieii Hit iiisciiiiii) alter fifty jcars,
nt the close the sole l.piiin left In the
play -In a inrnncr unctt end Impres
sive Julia Dean as Dcrothy was highly
pleailng throughout. Her simulation
it rllef at parting with Sir Jasper
wiib one of thu lust pieces of stage
business iter been In Honolulu.
Tlieio were Mining accessories In
the repicstnteitlui behind tho scenes
of the Mctorla coronation Jubilations
It. the Micets of lnndon. Tho passing
ef tho Duke of Wellington, greeted
with eir-spllttlng cheers and ' Gou
Sac the Queen" plajtd by tho bands,
was thrilling to a degree. Them was
pathos In the repetition of similar
sounds of rejoicing from another gen
eration at the Jubilee festMties of
'The Case of ltebellluus Susan." n
highly humorous coined), will be put
Follow Ing is tho meteorological
summari lor the month of October.
r.iui. us compiled bv Curtis J. Lvons,
Te rritorlal Meteorologist:
Temperature menu lor tho month,
tult; normal, 7ii.n; average) daily max
Imum, Sl.'J; uvurngc dally minimum.
7U.5; mean dally range, 11.4; greatest
dull) raiirfe, 17 degrees; itast clall)
range, I degiees; highest tempera
lure, 81; lowest, tt.
Barometer average, 2&9S0; normal,
2i'.SC0 (corrected for grav It) by .U6i;
highest, 3U.UB; lowest, 29.1; gieatcst
21 hour change. .10. "Ixms" passed
this point on the 1st. linn and 23d;
highs on tint 7th, 1'Jtu and 2Mh.
will be Interesting to note whether
seven successlvo months of low barom
eter will bo followed by unusuall)
Itelatlvo humidity. 7ti; normal, 72.5;
dew point, t,7.b; noimal, CB.l; mean
absolute moisture. 7.13 grains to tba
cubic foot; noimal, 7.00.
Kalntall. 4.11 Inches; normal, 2.46;
rain record da)B, 22; normal, IK;
Meatesl rainfall In one day. 2.75 Inchon
on the 2d; total at Lualtahn, 10.7c! ; at
Kaplolanl Park. 3 02. 'total rainfall
Blnce. January 1, 2S.'J0; normal, 27.21.
The artesian well water stands at
33.12 feet above mean sea level. Al
the same date In 1900 It stood nt M 1'i
The average dally mean sea level lor
ucioucr was at 10.37 feet on tho Btiale.
10.00 representing an assumed nnuual
mean, and 9.82 thu actual annual mean
for nine ycara previous to 1901.
Trade-wind days, 26; (8 of N.N.E);
normal. 22: average forco Murine ,iu.
light) Beaufort stale, 2.3. Cloudiness,
tenths of sky. 4.7: normal. 4.2.
Approximate percentages of district
rainfall as compared with normal; Dis
trict of Hllo, 90 per cent; Hamakua.
75; Kohala. 120; Walmea, 23; Koua,
in; nun, jiu; I'una, too; Maui, rang'
Ing all tho way from 10 to 100; Oahu,
so to 17o; South Kauai, 300; North
Kauai, 120. The long drought In
North Hawaii, viz. In Ilnmnlnm nml
Kohala, was hioken by rnlns sotting
In on the 21st. Later indications are
or varying winds and abundant rain
Hllea, Kau, had 7 50 Inches In j4 hours
ending .list; other Kau stations ncnil)
-Moan temperatures: I'opeckeo, Hl
lo district, 100 feet elevation, 80.1, av
crago maximum; 69 9. avcrago mini
mum; vvnimea, Hawaii. 2730 elevation,
"'' nni1 cr': Kohala. 521 dotation
700 dotation. M..I und kUG: Ktilar,
lcahua, W, It. CastluH, 00 tttt eleva
tlnn, highest. 88: lowest, G7.5; mean,
7.V7; Ewa .Mill, DO Icet elevation, av
erago maximum, 85.0; average mini
mum. C8; probable mean. 7c,.t.
The principal event of tho month
' W11H, ,""' Hotting In of ruins on tho 21st
l0,nn "'l"? "
singularly confined to Kauai and Oahu.
A heavy Btvell set In on windward
coasts at tbo end of the month. Silt;
snowfall on Muiiua Kca, 2!)th. l.lgh
enrthquake was ftlt at Kohala. 3 a
m, 16th. Thunder and lightning ac
companied heavy rains on Maul, 30th.
CURTIS J. I.YONs.
m . m
The police In their nightly wander
ings of late havo been running up
.igalnst Chinese vagrants. Thu Porto
Kleins seem to have been warned by
the fnlo of others of theli nationality
during tho past month or so and are
not beltig brought Into the polico Bta
lion any more. On the other hand,
tho Chlrse vagiants seem to be In
creasing and not a day passes now
without a Mongolian being arrested
nn tho iharge suggested, This morn
ing there wero two In the Police Court
Chinese claims for merchandise,
some of tbim running Into the thou
sands, were before tho Fire Claims
Commission this morning,
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
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Selections may be reserved for
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The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
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Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made hrge additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
.spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins, '
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6T0RY OP A COMPACT.
New York, Nov. S. A cable to tho
Sun finm Paris saya tho correspond
ent of tho Sun learns from an authori
tative hotirie that Count ti Uuelow,
tin German Imperial Chancellor,
scuglit to oppose Fiench action in
fluke) without receiving In return a
concession of the Ilagdad railway, and
that Hmpeiur William had to formally
command n cevsatlou or tills policy.
A nn Ions repoit, which la corrent
In well Informed circles, lit persistent
enough lei iloaervu notice. It Is lo tin
effect thai n secret compact exists be
ween Fiance, Russia and England, un
der the terms of which Russia Is to bo
Kit peacefully In Manchuria, England
in Egypt and France la to bo allowed
to occupy Syria. If tbo report Is tnto,
this accounts for tbo boldness of M.
Delcassc, tho French Minister nf For
oign Affairs ,ln reasserting Kronen
prestige In Turkey, despite German
susceptibilities and also for condemna
tion bv Kalsor of Count von Due-
low s policy.
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Stangcnwnld Building.
Daintiest and prettiest Ice cream
pallors on thu Island, and conducted
In tlrst-clasu mannor,
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTER8,
Tea. Coffee, Chocolate, i:te.
Klectrlc fans generously distribut
ee! mako tho placet cool and comfort
able, and thu now beautiful furniture
gives It n tono of splendor.
The Honolulu Association Football
Club mot lu tho rooms of the Scottish
Thistle Club last ovenlng. N. Kay
acted as chairman. Messrs. Sc-)moiir
and T. Andrews were elected to mem
bership. It was decided to play the
llrst gamo of the season on December
14th, when the Honolulu will meet
the IIackfelil-D.lt Irs airerecutlon
Messrs. Olass, Kay and Seymour were
elected a cammlttoo to seeuro club
suits. It was decided to trv ami nr
rango for u practice gamo with some
other league team for next Saturday
week. Messrs Oomlle and Harvey were
appointee! a committee to confer with
the manager of tho Honolulu Athletic
Club relative to matters or nflillntinn
The followlm; match commltten n
formed: Messrs. Ooudle, Harvoy, So
per, Flddes and Kay, It was announc
ed that the next practice game would
be on the drill shed grounds Monday
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Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8, JUNE lo, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank lor monthly deposits.
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Office and residence, 312 Queen It,
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22? Queen St, Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
The pure Juice of tho grapefruit. The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Office and WorkB, 601 Fort Bt.,
Honolulu, T. of 11.
P. O. bo 4C2. Island orders solic
ited. The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Root
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
inae. Rasaharrw. fllfnuik.,.u q.-...
rilla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
nie, nppie cider, pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
wiiompagnc, rear unampagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from tha Barnitiri Rill n..,..
for family and medical use a apeclaltyr
"'" nej veraieti water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem-
llohns. 10e nap nallnn mil ut,. i..-M.
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on demijohn until returned.
HENIIY ST. GOAR.
Members Htock nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co..
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and tale of Hawaiian Bugar
Eastern and Foreign Stock an,
403 California 8t
San Franc lco, Cat.