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u evening nuM-!rriN,'jHONor,ULU.''H. T.TrntDAY. November ig. ioo!"
75 and 70 Kln Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
MOW li the tltno to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
RuoIb Put in Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering anJ i
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Wom-I
manshlp ana material fjuarai
Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Berctanla opp. Alakca 3t.
Tel, White 3571.
'C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUOD DUILDINO.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNbY AT LAW.
S08 Stangcmvnld Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
fiemf-ed to Room 306, Judd Building
i M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Qethel SU Near the Postoffice
The King of Natural Table Waters 1
A Natural 8pnrklln
Water bottled at the
Zollbaus, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
wu8 delected as
the Ht n ndniMl
from among the mineral
waterH of the world by "The
Lu.idon Lancet.' The hlghcat
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered fre to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUh )I5I
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
Set o? 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at office ol . . .
THB . . .
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAIl MA
CHINUnY of ecry capacity and de
scription mailo to order. Boiler work
and ItrvnTKD PIPU9 for Irrigation
pnrposcB a specialty. Particular attcr
tlon paid to JOU VOniC, and repalrt
fxecntfd at sbormt notion
COTTON BROS. Zt CO.
ENG1NI ERS AND : : :
' Him inl fitlmatet furnltliel for all clatul
room vo nosTQx Dinric iiownm
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR a5 CDNT8.
8urgeons, physicians and Dentists,
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
TELE 'HONES i
OFEICt, VtAII ,
O I'Ot I
ii a m to i. r M I
ITOP M! MOSt.
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Dr. Albert E. Nichols
list Alakea Street.
ornvo Hours i
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lota Building, l'ort Street
Hours. 9 tn I Telephono Main 320.
Dr. J. Atclicrloy lias removed Ms of
llco from "OS Tort street to .113 Kin;
street, next to Opera House
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. ni.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. While 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
191C3m Dr. Wm. 0. Rogers,
SURQlON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new ofilce, 1146 Ala
kca btrcct, opp. ticwallan Hotel.
Hours 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8: Sim
days. 9 to 11.
WE FIT GLASSES.
WE GRIND LENSES.
WE REPAIR GLASSES.
1 aitory on the l'remlHOS
A. N. STANFORD.
Qoston Building. Fort Street.
Over May . Co.
THAT BULLER MESSAGE
London, No. r The Dall Kxpress.
on tho authority of Dr. Miller MaKiilre.
u famous mllltnr) coach, khch wbat
It allOKi't to be the authentic crNlon
of tho heliograph message sent by Gen
eral Duller to General White during
the siege of Lidysmlth. It In an fut
"I lino fulled. Uniblu to tr nguln
nlthout sleKe operations taking a
month. Can )ou bold out bo long" If
not, I Kiiggcet your tiring nn as
much ammunition nt posstblo and
finally making the lust turns If jou
bue any other altcrmtUe to miggtst.
I can remain ubcre I am as long as
JOU KllggtSt "
"Further dlspitcbtt cie ixihuiiB
cd," nilds the Ir.illy Impress, "and,
learning that Sir Gtoigc White uut
ublo to bold out, Giniral Duller scttleit
down to pieparo to forco tbn'Tiigcla."
Mr. Magulre, through wboto hands
half the ulllcers of the Diltlsb army
luo pabsfil for stud), professes to
liaM acquired the Information without
staking II some months ago.
SETTLE RAILWAY FIGHT.
New York, Not, . It was olllclally
stated tonight that an agreement bad
been mado whereby the tangle In the
Northwestern rnllroad situation re
sulting from tbo corner of Northern
Pacific slnris on the Slock Exchange
earl) In May, and which ciustd the)
panic of May 9th. will bu edtlcil. Ofll
clals connected with the various com
panies Inteicsted abtolutolj refuse to
give out any statement In regard to
tho agreement. It was stated on good
authority, however, that the settlement
Involving tbo widespread interests of
tho Union Pacllle, Great Northern nnd
Noitbrrn Pacific, would bo bni,ed prl
mnrll) on Ibe retliemcnt of the North
em 1'aclHc prcfeircd stock on u bisls
of 115 or above, end the, Issue of Mj
pet cent bonds, cna-tlilrd of which.
It wna silted, would bo allotted to the
Union Pialdc Interest!.
Tho crux of tho repented agreement
I ly in tho propored division of terri
tory whereby tbo railroads mentioned
shall have complete traffic agreements
regarding n certain territory in the
couiltiy tapped ! thoso lines. It Is
generally undcrstooel that this plan of
settlement awaits tho approval of W.
li lin fa nvnnnf Ail tit it t
11 MIS Id tAJII IvtVU IU HI "
rlvo from Europe
POUR l)OLLK LUXURY.
Now York, Nov. 2. Tho members of
Jcbn D. Rockefeller Ji s Illblu class
cu to enjoy a luxurious dub homo at
an espenso of not over $4 oi $5 n
wee 'r A bouse was opened nt 11 West
Foity filth fctrect today thnt marka a
new departuto in church vcrk. it Is
n luxuilouUy furnished mansion,
with heavy velvet carpetB, BcivantB
and everything that tho most fastid
ious clubman can demand. No liquor
will be allowed, nnd cards uro subtly
tabooed. Rockefeller stipulates tint
taiiooeu. uochuivnor siitiiiiuies inn
illlior found In n room w 111 cause tho
nrremnnt,. nvmilslnn. Tho basement
lias been tut tied Into a luxurious smok-
mi lieu mio a luxurious buiuk-
Ing room, with all theso luxuries. Just
nft frith neenno. Hnekerellor asks
that tho house bring but t.'OOO a year.
His Bible class will Uvo like million
altes for 4 a wcclt.
i ivir.MMrwrm1H !
trclo t. illlsll 1) T II Hrl.fr, V-hr-llUr
BILTiV.ORE HOUSE FROM NORTH APPROACH.
George V. Viiiielnbllt lint t 1 ud hikumIi.I In Imjlns out tlin negro
i.e'chbnr who Tor emit tiublMriih refund In sell lilt Utile flte Hire plot
. ited In tlu iiilelil'le f tin" lllltimiii' itute. flunks Cntllm, n inlnrcil back
drlter. I the' nun who bhieked feu limit the' nniltliiillllim lire's pi ill. .Mr.
'olllns dcclind nt bit ira-ini fm n fiiMiiK Im-ill Unit lie Imil nltii)H wanted
Juit fiivli u iuIkIiIioi lit Mi. nmli i bill.
Find that Czolgosz
Was a Sane Man
Iluffabi, Nov. 2 Doctors Kowlcr,
Ciigo and ltnam. the scientists who
were rt Quested by Dlstrkt Attorney
Penny to exnmlim Into tho mental con
dition or I.cou V. Colgosz, the nssas
sit. of the President, hao made public
their report, In which they state as a
result of ex-imlnatlon and from the
reports of bis wnlcbes and bis bchav
lor In court, that bo was sane nt the
time bo planned the murder, when be
slioMlio President nnd wlicn be was
Ills first examination was but a few
I ours after the commission of the
crime nnd while he was still uninform
ed of the fate of tho lllm Dm lug
the first three examinations Czolgosz
answered questions iinhenltntlngly.
Alter Hint, howoer, bo became mnru
cautious ami less communlcnthc. 1I
bad n eoinmem school eduratlou, tho
report sajs, nnd read and wrote well.
Dnrini; tho llrst itfiv(n nvntntiintlnn lin
said be planned MIIIiig the Presldijnt
tin ce or four da)s
m after be enmo to
The report then recalls. In Czolgosz'
own words, the nssasslnivnt count ol
tho murder of President McKlnley.
Tho faulty of tho prisoner was told
"from the history of bis life as it
enmo from him. Ho bad been j(ibn.
Industrious nnd law abidjng; until he
was 21 )ears of ago, ho wart ns others
of bis class, a believer In tho Get em
inent of this country and of tho rclig
Inn of his fathers. After he cast his
first toto ho made tho acquaintance of
anarchistic leaders, who invited bin,
to their mietlngs. He was n good
listener, nnd In n short ttmo he adopt
ed their theories. Ho was consistent
In his adherence to anarchy. Ho did
not billeto In Government, therefore
ho refused to vote. He did not bel'oto
In marrhw, because bo did not bollovo
In law. Ho killed tho President bo
rnuso hu was a ruler, and Czolgosr bo
lleted as he was tnught that all rulera
vtfro t)rants. that to kill n ruler
would benefit tho people. Ho refused
a lav)cr becauso ho did not bclim.
In law, law) era oi courts.
"Yo come to tbo conclusion that h
tho holding of theso vlo-vs Czolgofz
was saue becauso theso opinions wero
formed Bindually under tbo InlluonM
of anarchistic leaders and propagau
dlbts In Czolgosz they found n will
ing nul Intelligent tool, ono who bad
the courage of hla convictions, regard
less of peisonnl consequences The
most can fill questioning fnlled to dis
cover any hallucinations of sight or
hearing. He bad received no special
command; ho did not bellovct bo had
bet n especially chosen to do the deed.
He nlwa) spoke of bis motive for the
frlme as duty: ho always refencd to
the anarchists' bellet that tho killing
of rulers wob a duty. Ho neter claim
id tbo Idea of killing tho Preslduit
was original with him, but tho method
iui ueiuiiipiisiiing ins purpose was his
I nnd that ho did it alone. Ho has not
's)stemntlzed delusions, and ho Is In
exceptionally good condition nnd has
nil unbroken record nf- pim.l n.nin.
His capacity for labor has alwaja been
good and equal to that of bis fellows
jnese rncts all tehd to provo that
llir. mm 1,on .. .,l i i , . ..
,a ZTZrnlT.m. ?';'?
teaching and not tbo ic-milt .if ,itn,.non
.en,iin,V.i . r.u". ....?"'. ".','"""
He Is Dot to bo claused ns a degencr-
ate, becauso wo do not llnd tbo stigma
of elegenciatlem. Physic ally bo lias
not a history of cruelty or or pen cited
tastes and h iblts. Ho Is tho piodurl
or unarch). snno and icspoaslblo. '
RALKI'D ON DliC()l.l.ETTII.
Milwaukee, Wis, Oct. 3 Father
Anton J. Decker, or St. Anthony's
Chin rh, declined to administer com
munlnu to n brlrto at her wedding eel
emony becauso sbo woro n decollote
wedding gown. Tho houso of worship
v.as tilled with friends and relatives
o' tbo happy couple, Tbo wedellng cer
emony had been performed nnd tho
niaKa ""'l been sung, but when tint
i V'no. cn".10 (?r administering tho com-
I Ml nil i mi wi i in iiTti.li
tho nrlest wi-nr
on through tno mass without stopping
foi thut part of the ceremony.
Upon being asked w by ho neglected
that most Important part of too corn
mony, Ilov. Father Decker told the
brldo bo would not glvo communion
to ono w oaring a diess llko that which
Bho woio. 'Iho brldo blushed deeply
cud broke Into tears, nnel her husband
was annoyed nnd nonplussed. At last
ono of tho maids of honor ran from
mo sanctuary and soon appeared.
neiiiKinK a siiawi, Willi It vvus
tl RlinWl lLl.l.lt .tri.c ci.nn
over tbo baro neck nnd shoiildeiB nf
tbo nowly mado wlfo, nnd Iho priest
then consented to udmlnlstor tho eber
Iho church Is tho most select of tbe rnd telegraph companies which le
Cathollu congregations on tho Smith iitti i .. . , .. j.. .i..
c,i Tho lirlelo r.u.i, iio.n i- ii..
50',,,! ? J ?i L"C '.?' ZVll
"-"""" "' UHiiy uupur Ilieill
store owner, mid the croom. Edw. .1
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Magazines bound by tho EVENING
,jji ' ... -&aBikir-jrmmmtmm
Plans to Investigate
Fisheries of Hawaii
Washington, D. C Nov. 3. (Spe
cial) Giorgo M. Dowers, Commission
er of 1'isb nnd Fisheries, was with
President Itoosotclt this morning,
talking about the work of bis ofllcw
nnd about an expedition that Is going
to Hawaii ab jtt December 1. 'the law
establishing a government for Hawaii
protlded that tbo Commissioner of
Fisheries should examine Into tbo en
tire subject of fisheries nnd tho laws
it biting to fishing In Hawaii for report
to the President, nnd that recommen
dations should he made of changes In
the laws as were thought necessary.
In compiling wltn this act Mr. Dow
ers sent an expedition to tho Hawaii
nil Islands last May. It was under tli
immeillaln direction of Dr. Datld
Slarr Jordan, president of the I.elnnd
Stanford I'nlterslty, nnd Dr. 11. W.
Etormnnn, icbtboIoglst of tho 1'isb
Commission. The) wero nctompnnlcil
b nssilnnts, among whom wero two
ortlsts. Captain C. II. Hudson nnd A.
(1 iiuiowiu, woo liuuueu iu eoiurs
fiom life many of tho Importnnt and
interesting species of fishes.
The party dototed tho entire sum
inoi to n study of tho commercial aud
tiburo llsbes of tho Islands and the
ilshery methods and statistics They
In ought back largo and tuluablu to!
lections not only of fishes, but of othci
aquatic anlmnls. A preliminary report
upon tho work will soon bo ready for
submission to tho President.
To mnko tho intcstlgation of the
nquatlc resources of theso Islands
comprehensive and thorough ns pos
stuie Commissioner Dowers Is arranc
Ing to send tho Fish Commission
steamer Albatross to Honolulu early
tn December. This expedition will nlso
bo under tho general direction of Dr
Jordan and Dr. Evcrmaun, who, not be
ing able to accompany the ship In pur
fnn, will bo represented by Dr. Chat.
II. Gllbcit, professor of zoology In
Stanford University, ns naturalist In
The Albatross will denote several
irontliB to tho work and will nnko u
en refill examination ot all tho (lulling
banks and channels nbout tbo Islands,
especially tho supposed bfiks off Mr)
lol.nl, tho long Blopo south of Hawaii,
where so many deep water Ashes arc
taken with book and line, and tbo out
I) Ing riefs nbout I-ajsan nnd othor
small Islands northwest of Kauai. Ah
Knimt is tbo oldest Island ot tho group
the lnvn about It Is probably broken up
bitter than around tbo newer Islands
and dredging operations can bo more
successfully carried on in Its vicinity.
It Is believed that tho results of
theso Investigations will not only give
mi Intelligent understanding of tho
fisheries of tho Hawaiian Islands, hut
will contribute greatly to official
knowledge of tho geographic dlstrlbu
tlon and habits of tho fishes of tbo
Pucine In tbo waters of tho Hawaiian
Ulands. J. A. IIUECKONS
1SIG CUBA MILL.
Pblladelplila. Oct. 2a The Francis
co Sugar Company la nbout compb linn;
""Iff "III UU 111111 Ol 1110 JUIgOSl Bllgar
F"...I.I..B plants in Cub,. Among thoso
irrgi'iy intfH uttii in the company.
wnicu nas a capital or st&ii.ouu, and a
I ended Indebtedness of IJjO.ouu all of
which was taken at par and paid fur
Iu actual cash, aio W. J. MiCahnn.
Amos It. I.lttlo mid John F Cinlg of
Philadelphia, besides Nov York and
Tbo concern owns 17 000 acres at
Guayabal, on tho south coast of Cuba,
of which .1000 ncics aio In enno. A
bioad gauge ralhoad eleven miles long
)s equipped with two Baldwin locomn
lives aud sixty enno cars. Tbero Is a
shipping pier 900 leet long.
Iho crushing mill will hnto a dally
capacity of 12J0 tons of eane, which
Jidda about 120 tons of sugar. This
will bo shipped to Phlladclphli Tho
McCnhan Hennery will piobably bo a
klcnely puicbaser at anient mmket
John F. Crnlg Is president nf thh
company, Manuel monda, vice preal
dent, nnel Thomas ,C. MeCahau. secro
tuiy nnd ticiibiirer.
Greeley litis Returned,
Washington, Nov. 7. General A. W.
Greeley, chief signal officer, returned
lo Washington toda) after nn absence
of five months spent In tho Philippines
Inspecting the cable and telegraphic
By"p,11 Ocncral Greeley tetuined to
tne u""cd Stntcs by way of Europe,
"t "'"' "n Important eonferenco In
1 ciielun with tho odicials of the cable
""'"" '" "" iibi---".-"i i" i.h- iuu
lo1'8 """' " government busl-
ncss about one-third. General Gico
lny reported this fact to Secretary Root
Get your periodicals bound at tho
EVENING BULLETIN'S Bindery.
ASSAULTED A tEAMAN
10 INFLICT PUNISHMENT
His Own Evidence Went Against
Defendant An Appeal Noted
Sentence- Dcfencd Till
Cbarlca McDounM, lrst tiiato of 'ha
hip Emily D. Uccd, was found guilty
of assault upon the blsh seas Mr.
I ! ib for defendant gato notice of np
pr.al. Judge Estcu sit Fature'ay morn
.na as the tlirif for sentence ,
lsak Strom, ll.e complaining wit
," s Icstli'.'l ibnt McDonald atriick
I. inl a tit lilt ni.it, knocking him down
md ti'tetwarilit rtruck blm wllh a
closed knife, building n wound In his
face rite tblpmalcs gato cvldenca
of sn'iug tho blow struck, but not .all
Had noticed mi) tiling In clcfcndint s
baud. Two of tbcm were working on
the inalumnst pt the time, but hid
tinned icund lo look below and aft
t.lien they heard 'the mate uso l&n
gi.ago Hiieli as they bad never heard be
fore, McDonald's own ctldcnce was nil
that waj glten for tbo defense. Hoaabl
Hint Strom had failed to obey an order
ti pealed two or three times, and h
pushed him aside to do the work blm-
snlr -rlmrn i-na n ponaliternhin net
running nnd when Btrom wns shoved I London. .Not. .. Hie bearing of
bo struck his faco against tho fashion the chirgea agnlnstl heodiirc and Lau
ni.. nr Hi. pni.tn. Ho ,ll,i nnt ntrlltu ra Jackson (Ann O'Dolla Diss do liar),
As the defendant was released by
FciUinl Mtorney Dunne from cro9-
nVfimln.M Inn nnd rtiniil In lenvft th.1I
Hand. Judgo Estoo asked him If th(.
sl.ni lm ha. oleen Strom i Intnsd-
ed as liinlshmcnt for disobeying or -
ilers. XTnllnnnlii nnawerprl with aeAin. .
. . -. .-...-...-... ....w...., ...... .--..
Ing caution, "Yes, In a sort of way."
Mr. Fitch, seeing the force of this ad
mission, asked If be did not above
Strom auMi to enable himself to di
the woik ordered. 'I be defendant an
vcie.1. tbnl inch was his object.
In hdilicsslng the Jury Mr Fkcu
jtntcd that the nrst Intlmntlon the de-
fense bad of shit offense the defen.
Idant was i hawed with was when Ills
Honor iisktd If be shotcd the cora..ot Mr ruln- m so of Its mclodra-
pliilmnt b) .tny of punishment nintlc tinge the Incident aroused loud
Mr Dunne for ibe nrosecutlon laid aillaiiso. whereupon the presiding
Hrtss on tlio fact that only the com-
plaining witness bad u grievance
ugalnst the mate, nlso that not ono
word o' rtilenco was produced to at-
tuek tbo ilinracler of bis ntn ship-
mates who corroborated his testimony
Further, ho lefcncd to tho ndmlslona
of defendant that bo had shoved Strom
and that n result of his net wan
Strom's bleeding face.
Judge Estcc, In charging the Jury,
told tbcm they were not cxpecHcJ to
begin quarreling over what their ver
dict should be. They were to calmly
tbe United States statutes had been
vioiaieu as cnargeu. tie reaa tne pro
hlbltlon of the law against corrorul
punishment on board an American ves
sel, also that prescribing tbe mode
of punishment for disobedience, deser
tion, etc. The Jury's duty was to up
hold American Ian, If they believed
tbe evidence for tbo prosecution, or If
the) believed the evidence of tho de
fondant, they would hato to find thut
bo committed nn assault on a spunan
-v'lli the pmpusi of InflleUng ri'rlsli
uunt. HENELIK INDEPENDENT
New York. Not 7 Mnjor Clccodl
cola, nn Italian ollldal residing In the
capital of Ab)sslnlu, who Is now In
Rome, lias. sn)s the Rome correspond
ent of tho London Times nnd tho Now
York Times, been Inteivlcwcd for a
Roman newspaper. Ho declares that
Empcroi Mem Ilk does not prcfor any
ono European nation. He endeavors
to hold tho balance oten between all
the nations, nnd to satisfy tbo demands
or nil so far as is compatlblo with tho
maintenance of autboilty and tbo
piescrtntion of peace.
Under Mcnelik's Inlluence, Bays
Major Clccodleola, tbo Abyuslnlans
aro resuming ngileultural piirsultu and
abandoning tbo predator) habits fos
t ered by n long period of cltll war.
Tbo transportation facilities nro ho
Ing Impiovid. a bundled miles of rail
rood being worked.
.tinjor ciecouicom considers tro tbo most Innfeesslblo part of Madison
AhsssJnian maiket a lemuncratHo Cnn)on. li Is the. largest In tho Unit
fled for Europe u. cntorp.hu; Silver .,, 'states. Its dimensions being six-
... . . , ,uvu uy -"onoiiK.
o .ti,0n.1t?,"Ja"1 func'!,y " '" -
eludes salt bars ami lengths or Araorl-
Tho correspondent asserts that
wbllo Major Cbeodleola la In Homo
an attempt will li mado to settlo the
outstanding difficulties between Great
Biltain and Ital) In regal d to the)
Eoiidin Etllrea frontier.
EUROPEAN IJPIU TRANSIT.
New cnk Nov. 7 August Belmont,
who has been tiatellng through En
ropo studying indd tianslt method!) In
connection with the eonstiuetlon of
tbo Now Yoik iindersrounil railway.
ll.lU nrrltiil fimn In nn lutn, .law l.n
elated that tho uielei ground B) stoma
iu uoin i.onciou iriiu
Pails bail boon
cnrtrully Inspected with a view to st
curing tbo best results here
"Work on tho road hem Is pro
gicsslnd siitlsrnctorljy," said Mi. Bob
mont, 'and tbero will be no delay In
finishing tho work ne cording to tbo cv
oiy details of tho plans. Tho cars
Villi bo ntnulng tbo entl.e length
twent) ono miles two "jeans fiom
BI!J HOOD COMBINE.
Flttfcbuig, Not 7 Seventeen of tho
Imgo prcteito mnuiirneturers ni thej
eoiinti), nt n meeting In thin city,
luiiucii a eoiiiiiiniuion co oo Known as.ni pioviuo lor ellsabled and supcran-
lllil Atn.tll.nil ABB.I.flllntt ,tf llnm.rnn. itlinlllil r.1,.1 d
.... ....... ...., .uuVM,IW,( Ul ..litlllllMi:-
tuiuis and Dlstrlbutuis of Food Prod
uets. Tbo object of tbo oiganlzatlon
Is to legulato prices anil sales loirl
tcry and to secure n moro Just Inter
polation of the puiotond laws. Tho
companies repiesented at tho meeting
uro said to have a combined capital ot
SIOO.OOO aud cnutiol nbout threo
fourtliH of tho total production of the
country, A contial odlco will bo estnb.
Ilthed cither In Pittsburg or Chicago.
The A. R. Bremer Co's
Friends Offer Absolute Proof of
the Merits of Coke Dan
Whnt Peonle 8ny for the llencflt
of Others Who May Need ThlM
Tie icrdlct of tbo people must nt
all tlniei be considered final, and
eel.nloior thu iinnulnr vorillrt may b
1 1 the lest now being made of tbo A.
It limner Company s great discov
ery for tho cuio of Dandrulf nnd nil
H'alp and llnlr Troubles must necet
narllv lit- rnuslitereil final.
Tbero aro In Honolulu and lcln
ll thousands of people who Bny that
ICOKK.DANimUiW CUIH2 Is a graml
remedy They hao good reasons for
I saying this, hating theniseltes been
cither greatly benefited oi cured by
lis use Hlncu tbo fice distribution nt
the Hobron Drug Co.
Head what somo people say aliout
Coke' Dandruff Cure:
Cured of Dandruff With Less Than
I Two Dottles.
I Dandruff lias nnne)cd mo since
childhood. My ease was tr severo
rauslng a continual Itching of tbo
scalp. I hato used less than two bot
tles of Coke Dindrufl Cure and nm
.mtliel) euied. I am tery grnteful to
the proprietors of this wonderful rem
edy, and adtlsc all my friends sq
troubled to use Coke Dandruff Cum
betote It It too late
DIS DE BAR TRIAL
aiis icsumed nl the Marylcbunc Pollen
before a ciowiied eouit
of the coutt Informed a
representative of the Associated Press
that enough witnesses bntc been sum-
m"nf,,l ,0 KoeP tho caso Rln8 for
Thete were no women In the audi
ence toda). Umra Faulkner continued
ber tcstlmon), which was Inrgcl) a re
iteration of that previously glten. Tbo
most dramatic Incident today was
whrn Laura Jackson began her cus-
"tomnij imugcring cross-examination oi
tu" witness, who turned, pointing her
nnger at the female prisoner, tchc
wutl denouncing ber ns tbo author
lU(lge threatened to ilear the court,
I T1' oecurrence seemed to shake the
ne"e of "" female prisoner nnd ber
uiiiiont conduct of theeitso was not
"nfJ ) the ablllt) which she has
GIRLS IN DINING CARS
Deinvei, Col. Nov. 5. T. It. Ilnrncs,
supr rintendent of the Denver & Rio
(iiaui'.e Railway dlnlng-cai service,
contemplates the employment of pret
ty gins us wnlliesses In timing cars
enthusiasm among rnllioad men who
hate heard of It, Experts say tbo
scheme will not elo and they elto many
"In the first plnce," said ono super
intendent, "theio would bo no placo
tar women to sleep cm dining cars, un
less tney Toughed if ns men do. Then
again the work ol u v alter on Western
I railroad dining ears eonUstH principal
it- in tno miliums occupation or ex'
ttactlr.g corks from the necks of hot
tl"3, a species of service which would
be neither suitable nor congenial for
'iropeily reareel )oung women. Tho
scheme will neter do,"
Dames has this to sa) for bis plan:
Girls nro neater, cleaner nnel quicker
than men In dining cut sertlco. I shall
employ them first In Colorado to see
how the public takes It. and. If satis
factory, I ma) intioducu tho plan on
the .Missouri Pacific"
LQUAL NIAGARA POWER.
Helena, Mout.. Not. 6 Tbo won-d-rful
power plants at Niagara Falls
are ImltatiMl in no mean way by tho
llunt now being erected near Red
Muff tn Madison county. When coin
lifted It will be by fm tho laigcst In
the Northwest and will bo no mean
rltal to those of Niagara. Tho pur
pose) of the plant Is to supply clcctil
cal power for all purposes to tho city
of Dutto. Theio will bo two genera-
tcis. oiie.li drltcn b) a sepaiato water
wneiel or turbine, cupablo of tram,'
ruining r,ui)0 horsepower.
One of tho most wonderful features
Is the Immense Hume, constructed In
i teen ,j ten feet Iu tbo clear. It will
iMontiially be twelve, miles long, nnel
Wll cost si.500.U0li. It will tako tbo
entlro How of tho rlter execut In the
benhun of fienbels. The plant Is Heal
RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE.
Washington Nut . ( Tlio nnnual ro
port of General Suiie.rlntendeut Whlto
or tho Italletti) Mull Senlco lor tlio fis
cal )cai 1901 shows that at tho elono
of tbo )eai tbero we-io 1.18 full l all way
postollleo llnes, 1102 np.irtment car
lines. 19 elvctilc und rablo lines and
47 steamboat lines In opeiatlon. TIip
total mileage or lailway, steamboat.
! e,V,(trl; an'l J?.'1'10 Un?H tovolul
railway postotlleo sertlco was 18:!. 1.11. 1
Tin. pieces of mnll matter handled, ex.
ciusito or registered matter, wbh 14,-
JKi.zsi.ijn, an Increase ot 2 81 per
cent over last )oar. Tho number of
errors In illstilbutlon was ono In every
There were during tbo year S2f cas
ualties, in winch suven dorks wero
killed, tU seiloitsly Injiued and 229
sllghtl) lujuied. This Is tho largest
number or lasualtles oter recorded In
cue. )ear in tho history of tho service.
IleCOltininnilill Irill In ntmln fnr flm rn.
Hoi of Injiirtd and ellsabled omplo)es
ol tho Hallway Mall Sortlce by with -
'holding 2 pel cent from tbo salaries of
I tlio cleiks and with It cientlng a fund
I -.. M t-iVI.,0.
' Hla Account Hliort.
Poit Huron, Mleh., Nov. 7. Charles
D Thompson, treasurer Supremo Fi
nance Keeper of tho Supromo Tent,
Knights or Maccabees, has confessed
that his accounts aro short sG7,000.
Ho has written n loiter to Supremo
Commander Markoy acknowledging
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. I). CASTLE 1st Vice' President
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Prea
J. P. COOICC Treasurer
W. O. SMITH i.... Becrotarr
GEO. it. CARTER Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pnla Plantation Company.
Nab lku Sugar Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California aud Oriental S. S. Ci.
W.G. Irwin &6
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A,
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime an!
CASTLE & QOOKK
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamca Sucar Mill Co,
The Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis, Mo.
The Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Blako Steam Pumps.
The New England Llfo Insurance Co.
Tho Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Acsuranco Co. ot London.
LIFE and FIRE
JiEW England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BObTON.
-Etna Fire Insurance Con part
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. Prcsldont and Manager
Claus Spreckols Vice President
W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF BAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
C. BREWER & SO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T, II.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co , Ouomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makeo lugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho, Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Mauagcr; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. 'B.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
tcrhcuse and Geo, R, Carter, Directors.
TbeYonHamiL-TBiKBe Co. Ltt
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
Tho Lancashire insuranco Co.
Tho Palolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
pAflCvlViilifl Flffi InSIIMlirf1
1 CII3J " llB lUSUlflUtB
Clitis. T. Wilder,
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant 8i. ; Honolulu.