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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 1901.
bin iuMfu I!! Me
Mean ugars c,r:
The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Opt. V. loye, Tolka Bistlon No.
6, Montrrtl 1 Ws frequently tie Pennr
DiTIi' PAIX-KtU-tn for ixiltit In Iht ilm.
OYER THE MESSAGE
STATEMENT BY KAULUKOU
RECOILS UPON HIMSELF
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Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc. :::::::
Reading Listened to Till the End
Trust Section Center of Interest
Applause for Stand
Waafitngton, Dec. 3. There was
very good attendance In the galleries
of the House today to listen to tho
reading of the first message ot Presi
dent Itooscvclt. Tho members gather
ed early, chatting and discussing pros
pcctlve legislation. The mam topic
was the personality of tho new Presi
dent. Keen Interest was manifested In
what he would have to say In his .mes
As the hands of the clock pointed to
12 Speaker Henderson called the House
to order. After tho journal had been
read and npproved Mr. Cooper-(Texas)
and Mr. Wood (California) who were
not present yesterday, appeared at the
bar and were sworn In.
On motion of Mr. Payne, tho floor
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SOnETHINa NEW in fancy, Silk Sofa Cushions, In
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Ribbons W,,"S5S Ribbons
We have a good assortment of popular priced handkerchiefs
In plain narrow H.S., fancy scollaped and lace borders.
Also an elegant range of patterns and designs in fine hand
kerchiefs trimmed with Maltese Point Lace and Mechlinl.aces
Here are the Nanies
of the little rdrls in the lead for the Handsome Doll we will
give away December 33rd.
Alma Ferguson, Fort St 36 votes
.....Violet Atherton, 706 King St 28 "
Pearlie Kekumano, Vineyard St.... 26 "
Ruth C. Soper. Lunaiilo St 18 "
Alice Moore, Green St 18 "
Ellen Johnson, Honolulu SoapJWorks, 10 "
Elolse Wicnrnan, King & Victoria Sts 10 "
Mahel Kemble, 1909 Punchbowl St. . 8 "
The last day of voting will be Saturday Night at 10:00
o'clock, December 21st.
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Philadelphia, Nov. 30. Probably the
most distinguished gathering that ever
witnessed a football game In this
country, and admittedly the greatest
crowd that ever entered tho gates of
Kranklln field, Baw West Point defeat
Annapolis this afternoon by tho scoro
of 11 to 6. From tho moment that
t'rcsldcnt Itooscvclt and hlB party en
tered the great amphitheater until half
nn finite nffftr tho tlmoknnttnp tinit
leader of the majority. It was agreed , biown his whlstlo announcing tho
Judge Humphreys Denies Bis Request
to Examine Witnesses in Hawa-
that when the Homo adjourns today It
bo to men on Friday.
The Speaker announced the appoint
ment of the Commltco on links as
Mr. Henderson, Iowa; Mr. Dalzell,
Pcnnajhnnla; Mr. rjrosvenor, Ohio;
Mr. Itlchardson, Tennessee, nnd Mr.
Tho only chango In tho committee
was the substitution or .Mr. unucr
(TRftnl inn nf hny tlnd thnrn wnm n
continuous uproar such as probably nmlnntlon
never has taken placo on any football
field In tho country.
Even tho President nnd several
The Jury empaneled to try Den Que
man for murder consists ot Geo. W.
Macy, Jos. Richards, David Notlcy, II.
S. Swlnton, J. II. Taylor, Edward
Woodward, Geo. K. Kala, Jos. K. Mcr
Ecbcrg, Jas. Kahalcpua, A. K. Aona
V. W. Blake and Alex. O. Nicholas.
John U Kaulukou, attorney for do
fendant, asked permission to examine
tho native Hawaiian witnesses In their
own language. Judgo Humphreys da
nlcd tho request, stating at the same
time that he had on several occasions
allowed such procedure In the past, but
that Kaulukou had deliberately and
falsely stated that he bad not allowed
Biich examinations to bo made In Ha
Kalian, and consequently the prlvlleg"
would up ucnico to nun. in conclusion
the court stated that Judgo Kaulukou
would bo required to conduct the ex-
any other nttorncy
should, or ho would get some other
attorney to tnko his placo In tho con
duct of the case, who could conduct I'
wood for Mr. Ilalley of Texas, who Is T,1" not a Beat unoccupied, nnd
members of his Cabinet, worked up to! n nngllsli
n nervous pi en y mo excitement, icii ( (iusman a charged with fatally stab
ft'.'1" Jn '-p.L"VL"cJ,.lng a native named Kanehna In April
tlon nnd took pos...ons on tho slllc I !n"t' w,hrn h,c fouml the vlc,,lm at hli
lino benches, which aro usually used linu"e ln fal-wia on returning from
for Btibxtituto players and coaches ' work. It appeared to be a caso nf
now a member of tho senate. Mr.
Dlnghum of Pennsylvania, at the head
ot the committee appointed to wait
upon the President, reported that the
committee, accompanied by a like
committee from the Senate, had per
formed Its duty and that the President
bad received their message with pleas
ure and said ho would' at once com
munlcato with the two nouses In writ
ing. Two minutes later Major Pru
den, assistant secretary to tho Presi
dent, appeared at tho main entrance
and announced a message from tho
President. The message- was taken to
the Speaker's desk, where Speaker
Henderson at once broko tho Heal.
"A message from tho President of
the United States," ho said, as ha
handed the document to the reading
clerk and directed him to read it. Or
dinarily, Presidential messages at tho
opening of a Congress aro listened to
In perfunctory fashion, but today
throughout the reading the keennest
Interest was manifested. Hardly a
member left bis scat until the reading
There wnn a slight
plauso when, In concluding tho recom
mendation to put down anarchy, the
"No matters calls more urgently for
the wisest thought of Congress."
Tho murmurs when this sentenco
was read were followed by a burst ol
applause when tho clerk read: "The
American people are slow to wrath,
but when their wrath Is once kindled
It burns like a consuming flame."
Probably no other portion of the
message attracted bo much attention
as that relating to trusts. No demon
stration was etoked by tho reading, ot
this portion of the message, but the
recommendation for the ro-enactment
ot the Chinese Exclusion law drew ap
plause from both sides of tho House,
MAY MEAN CONCESSIONS.
hundreds of persons stood Ground the
lluul throughout the entire game,
he oTiii ins
Omaha, Nov. 28. A consignment of
481 sacks of Australian-London mall,
tho clast of a series of three, was
transferred from tho Union Pacific to
tho Ilurllngton this afternoon and hur
ried on to the East.. By special ar
rangement It will bo rushed to Chi
cngo, reaching thero at 3 o clock to
morrow morning to catch tho fast
I.nko Shore mall for Now York, Tho
changu hero required but fifteen min
utes. Theso shipments are being
made to test tho economy of tlmo v,a
tho American routo as against tho
movement through tho Bnei canal.
Jealousy as tho motive.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all Inside. Everybody invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
GERMAN TARIFF FIGHT
Berlin, Dec. 2. Count ton Duelow,
tho Imperial Chancellor, In Introduc
ing tho tariff debate today, the great
est parliamentary strugglo that Ger
many has ever faced, counseled the
members of the Reichstag to modera
tion ot language, declaring that tho
eyes of the world were upon them.
Although this was Germany's affair,
said Count ton Duelow, it was neces
sary tn maintain n resolute front to
tho other nations of the world. Allu
sion was mado to the United States In
the courso of today's debate on tho
subject and tho name. "America" Is
likely to bo yet more freely used by
both sides to this controversy, which
Is 'moving Germany more deeply than
has any other, civil question since ths
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
New York. Nov. 21 A sncclal to tho emergence of the empire.
Journal from Washington snvs: Tho tariff experiences of tho United
Through the rare delicacy of feeling States and the pressure of American
and generosity of Attorney General competition constitute rich mines of
Isldor Kayner, leading counsel for argument upon either sldo of tho que
Hear Admiral Schley beforo the court "on
of Inquiry, tho burden of expenso cf the I
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Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
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WELL WORDED WANTS IN
London, Nov. 29. In the courso of
nn Important speech at Croydon last
night, C. T. llltchle, Secretary of State
for Homo Affairs, declared that Pre
mier Salisbury's statement "that no
shred of Independence should be left
to tho republics," bad been twisted and
contorted in a way Lord Salisbury Hov
er Intended. "It was not intended.'
he said, "that the Boers should noj
havo a representative In the Govern
ment or that we Insisted upon uncondi
tional surrender, except In the sense
that we could not again offer the terms
which had been rejected."
DUKE OPITECK INJURED.
London, Nov. 29. The Duke of TecW
was thrown from his horse today whllo
out hunting near Nantwlck, Chester,
sustaining a concussion of the brain
and an Injury to bis hip.
The Duke of Teck's horse struck a
barbed wlro topped fenco nnd pitched
the Duke violently on to his head. Tho
attending physicians report that tho
Dukes Injuries are not alarming nnd
hope for his recovery In a few days.
LIPTON TO TRY AGAIN.
London, Nov. 25. "Should no ono
elso challenge, I nm willing seriously
to consider making another attempt to
lift the cup."
Thla announcement was given out by
Sir Thomas Llpton at a banquet given
at the Hotel Cecil In his honor tonight.
which was attended by moru than 400
JACK80N Was DBFEATBD.
Baltimore. Nov. 28. JOo .Walcoll
got tho decision over Young Peter
Jackson before tho Eureka Athletic
Club here tonight after twenty rounds
of perhaps tho fiercest fighting over
seen In this city, most ot which waH
done by Walcott, Jackson being on tho
dcfenslvo from start to finish.
HERO TO ASYLUM.
very materially lightened. Attorney
Rnyner has declined to receive a cent
of counsel fees or even to have the
Admiral pay bis living expenses while
in Washington for nearly three
Admiral Schley, recognizing this
noble nnd magnanimous act of Attor
ney llayner, has presented to blm a
beautiful watch and to Mrs. Raynor ar
exquisite diamond brooch.
McKINLEY ESTATE APPRAISED
Canton, O., Nov. 26. Tho appraisers
havo Died their report of the appraise
ment of the estate of the late President
McKlnley, The report shows ho died
possessed of personal goods and chat
tels to the value of $2065.80; of securi
ties, bank deposits and llfo Insurance,
133,10i;,15: moneys, $129.15. Total
personal estate, $135,890, of whlth SCO,'
132.19 was llfo Insurance. The real es-
tato was not appraised, as under thn
will It goes to Mrs. McKlnley for life,
and at her death to his family. It is
believed to be worth from $60,000 to
Tat t Comtntt Home.
Manila, Nov. 29. The operation per
formed on Governor att this af tor-
noon was successful. Ho expects to
start for Washington December 10th
to recuperate and confer with Secre
tary Hoot. I
Tho weekly edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete tummsry of
tho news cf the day.
the Lights ! !
Why contlnuo to use kerosene)
lamps and other poor Illuminators
when at a small cost wo will in
stall a perfect light In your homoT
Thero never wbb a light that
gavo tho satisfaction of tho Incan
descent a soft, brilliant and
steady light, always ready for
use; no dirt, smoke or smelL
Call and havo a talk with m
about lights, or ring us up TeL
Main 390. Wo will glvo yon aa
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Charleston. S. C. Dec. 2. The South
Carolina and West Indian Exposition
was formally oncnod today with words
of greeting from tho President of tho
united States. An imposing parado of
military and civic bodies escorted tho
guests of honor to tho exposition
grounds where they took part In an
appropriate program of exercises. In
thn afternoon all Charleston observed
'ho dav as a, holiday and thu city was
handsomely decorated. Tho weather
was beautiful. After tho parado tho
guests assembled In thu auditorium
where the ceremonies took place. Tho
Invocation was delivered by the ven
erable Charles S, Vedger of tho Hu
guonot Church, and Captain t. W.
Wegener, pesldent of tho Exposition
Company, and Govcrno .u. B. Mc
Swcency spoko words of welcome
JAPAN CROWN PRINCE
Victoria, B. C, Dec. 1. Tho steamer
Tartar arrived tonight from tho Orient
bringing news that sugges..ons aro be
ing put forward in Japan for tho Crown
Prince of Japan to visit England to
represent Japan at the coronation of
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