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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H, T., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1902.
SNEIY JIT HI
Situations nnil Help Wnnteil
YOUNQ man would like to do book
keeping for two or three small
firms; references. Address I).. Bul
letin office. 20GO-lw
YOUNQ man from California wishes
position as stenographer. It. E. I..,
Bulletin office. 2038-lw
YOUNQ man, 30 years of age, desires
position as night watchman, Henry
Kaumal, Queen cor. South St.
WANTED Ily a German 22 years of
age, position as driver or any kiiiii;
well nrm.alntcd with city and out
tldo districts; nlso engineer helper
or oiler. Address, Ocrmnn. this of
WANTED Position by young man as
coachman or nny kind of work. E.
V. A. C, Uulletln. 203C1W
WANTED 1'osltlon by young experi
enced man as bookkeeper or sales
man; best of reference. Address
II. 11, Bulletin. 2051-lw
WANTED Ily an experienced ac
countant, a situation In the city;
has been 15 years on plantations In
these Islands, but now Intends to re
main In Honolulu; first-class refer
ences. Address I. X. 1... Bulletin of
WANTED By young man, experlonc-
ed as bookkeeper or clerk, position; j
first-class references. Address 1'. O. ,
WANTED By a young man from tbo
Coast, position ns shipping clerk;
best references. 11. E. O., Bulletin.
WANTED By young married man
work of any kind. C. F., Bulletin.
WANTED Position by young woman
as nurse or governess for children.
A. C Bulletin 2032-lw
WANTED Position by young man as
bill clerk. It. A.. Bulletin. I
WOULD llko position ns watchman
or porter by middle-aged mnn. F.
i: Bulletin. 2052-lw
WANTED Position as night watch
man; best of references, ndustrl
oils, Bulletin. 2031-lw
GARDENER German, practical, un
derstands gardening In nil its
branches, wants situation: prlvato
family. II. F.. Bulletin. 2052-lw
Ads In this column will be inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, twp weeks 40c
Perllne.one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
jver offered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for tho man holding
position as guardian, postofllce offi
cial or any oilier position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
wanted Two rooms, furnished
unturnlsned, lor light housekeeping.
B. L. Benbow, care H. R. T. & L. Co.
WANTFn .A Imoklieoner. Address
N. X., c& o Bulletin olllce, giving ref-1
erenccs nnd stntlng salary. .
WANTED A small dynamo, from
about 10 to 30-llght capacity. Ad
dress L. D., Bulletin offlco. lslw
WANTED Property owners to know
that plate glaBS can bo Insured from
any form of brcakago nt Tho Ho
nolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
WANTED 500 men to shavo for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St.; five whlto bar
A THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE for
merly occupied by Mrs. Blancho
Watkyns, on Matlock Ave., Is offered
for rent by Henry Waterhouso & Co.
FOR RENT Cottago No. 2, King
Place, Bcretanla St. Enquire F. E.
King, Cottago drove, King St.
TO LET Furnished room, with or
without board; electric lights, etc.
727 Lunalllo St. 2060-lw
i O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, hrst-class tablo
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Borctanla St.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
MeConncVs, Garden lano. 2055-tf
TO LET A good four-room cottago.
with kitchen, bath room and modern
plumbing, on slope of Punchbowl;
Stood garden and excellent view of I
city and ocean. Apply to a. m. it.
Vlelra, 1441 Miller St., above Punch
TO LET Cottages off School St. nr.
Nuunnu, 115 and $17. On Insano
Asylum road, $12.(0 and sc.50. P.
E. R. Strauch, 32 Campbell block,
316 Fort St. 2051-lm
TO LET Roomy bnth tub. with either
hot or cold wator anu all modern
Improvements 'all at Silent Bar
ber 8hon. 2019-tf
TO LET nes'denco of J. Cassldv,
Walklkl. furnished good nathlng:
vacant Jnnnnrv 10th. Apply Wnter-
house A Pndmore, Bethel and King
FOR RENT I.arKO furnished room,
with use of Htchnn. nlso other
rooms. Fort St. House, cor. Vine
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
suite with privilege of light housef
keeping. 714 Fort St. 2058-lra
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to havo stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In-
vestroont Co. represent Iourof tho
ftrongest firo Insurance", companies.
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Ads. will be Inserted P-RIili.
WANTED Two young ladles for can
dy store; references. 11. T., Uulle
WANTED (letnian girl to tako caro
of children. 1. 11., Uulletln.
WANTED Young girl to do general
housework. A. M., Uulletln.
FOR SALE Reclining rubber-tired
go-cart, almost new. Enquire lGbj
Fort St. 2058-lw
FOR SALE Farm of 1G acres, with
house, all Improved and fenced, nl
Ilonokaa, Hawaii, $1500. House and
lot, Kewalo, 50x100, 800. Houso
and lot. King St., C(lxl20, $3000.
part mortgage, part cash. Lease
hold, 20 years on King St., near 1.1
llha, 77x200. House and lot Manoa
Valjey, 77x200, J1200. Ono flno gen
tle driving horse, sultablo for any
lady. Inquire S. Decker, with W. V.
Wright, King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE At a bargain, choice lot
of ferns, palms, crotens and other
plants. Enquire 1252 Young street,
Walklkl of Pllkol. 2039-lw
FOR 8LE iiiibber-tlred
most new. Enquire 1501
FOR SALE A medium Blzod black
gelding, sired by Son of Sutan;
shows speed. Apply Jim Dodd,
Beach Place. 2037-tfTHE KA8H CO., LTD, Two stores
cb oai t ,-u v. i...iJ
rwr j n h. b w 1 1 c d U . 1 , i iin.il iv
car line, n nearly new modern 6
room cottage, lot 50x100; electric COLLECTIONS AND MDJU8TMENT.
!!.!,Jm":el"ln baih' .Banli":iH. G. MIDDLEDITCH-Mgr.J Com.
IM.imi.iiK. irces on grounu; juu
casb, balance on mortgage and in'
stnllmcnts. Address J. 11. Cum
mlngs, Postolllce. 2057-tf
FOR SALE California canary birds;
fine singers. Enquire Mndamo Lam
bert, cor. Vineyard nnd Punchbowl.
FOR SALE Furniture of 5-room cot
tage, all llrst-class; easy terms;
privilege of renting cottage. En
quire Urst cottago on Emma Square.
FOR SALE CHEAP 18-year lease of
newly built cottages nnd 1 newly
built stnblo (00x50 feet) on Pauoa
road, near bridge, with following In i
eluded; 6 flno horses, 1 surrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair single harness, 1 1
pair double harness, 1 carrlago pole.
A bargain ut $3500. Inquire of JOS. ,
F1UAS, Fort Street, opposite Ilnck
FOR SALE Housu and lot, deslrnblo
location on Prospect Street, nnd
commands flno view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanao moun-i
tains. House has 70-foot veranda
nnd contains following rooms: Don
bio parlor, dining room, threo bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
nnd water closet. Stables and ser
vants' quarters on premises. Yard
laid out with fruit trees, somo ofjNIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
which are bearing. Size of lot 160x
120 feet. To be sold on easy terms.
Inquire of JOS. FRIAS, Fort Street,
opposite Hackfeld's. 2051-2w
FOR SALE Horse nnd phaeton: horse
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. 1)., Bulletin.
Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle
Apply at this office. 2035-tf
ROOM AMD BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite, largo, airy
rooms; table board if desired. 144
Bcretanla St. Is2w
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reasonable. 1930-tf
FOUND Tho Canton Marine Insur
ance Offlco, Ltd., at Honolulu In
vestment Co. 2051-tf
Peking, Jon. 21. The Dowager Em
press and her councilors are seriously
discussing the engagement of foreign
advisers to reurganlzo tho Government.
Yiiim shl Kal, Viceroy og I'echlll ,1s
the inspiration of the movement. He
will return to Pno-tlng-fii tomorrow,
having devoted several days to Im
pressing upon the court' the Import
ance of real reforms and urging the
I adoption of foreign methods as being
tho only practical measures. Ho
memorializes tho throne recommending
the employment of eight foreigners of
eminence, in vurlmtB branches of gov'
crnmcntal science, attaching them to
The scheme In Its present form, af
ter having been discussed hy the mem
bers of the Council, Is to engage six
foreigners us authorities respectively
on international law and finance and
on military, naval, parliamentary, do
mestic and governmental affalra, Yuan
Shl Kal and IiIb followers are hopeful
nf nrnrtlMil results Thrv are taklne
Janan as tlelr model Anv attempt to
Julian as their model. Any attempt to
uiiLiiuiv a .... .i.m Ui m u. v r(,ctl down ,,10 Monawi vnicy to finally, because there are harbors nt
would, however, meet with tremendous Ncw Vorl clly cUner ,,,, ot tho i.annmn cani tlat
opposition from the Manchus. . "When I went to Paris recently I laro now In uso, while Ingenuity will bo
While the employment of foreign ad-' Was wnlled upon by the counsel of tho tnxed to construct nnd maintain har
vlsers Is no new Idea with the Chinese. New Panama Canai Company, who bors nt olthor end of the Nicaragua,
In only exceptional Instances has It asked mo if I would consent to meet "I havo had something to do with
produced lasting results, becauso In- tno president nnd managing director great probloms of construction, and
ferior men were often engaged to nd- of tho company and talk over their J rom n liuslncfas standpoint There can
vise and were usually only half- proposed offer to sell 10 tho United he no question thnt Panama is vastly
lunrtci m-nivnl Vimn qhl Kul nro- -atcs. I did so. I was particularly superior to Nicaragua, because at Pan
es" ,' mln of una.es loncd Interested In tho president of tho com- ama we know Just where we are nnd
pesfs to secure men of unquestioned U(,ea8 I found him an extreme- what we havo to do. Yet 1 am gi loved
abilities nnd clotllO them With Somo . .n.Qt,i mnn uilir, rnnlired thn in khv thnt nrime verv eminent penile.
real authority. If tho court adopts the
plan Its outroino will no watched with
interest and skepticism for lobbying by
the powers for representation among
the councillors will probably begin.
Prince Clilng. president of the now
Chinese Foreign Offlco desires that Ills
oldest son shall represent China at
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hInnnolntr.ent as tho Chinese si.ee a
his nppoimraent as tho Chinese special
envoy Is expected
ijtini,piirH 'ijifn jij,.
A. Q. CORREA Attorney at law; 58 I CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
Merchant St., next to postofflce; Tel. nld, Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
F. M. DROOK8 ..ttorncy; rooms 9-10,
Sprcckcls bldg.; Tel, Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna
humanu SI ; Tel. 181 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorncy-nt-Law,
109 Kaahumanil St.
GARDNER K. WILDER
law; Kaahuinanu St.
I. M. LONG Offices 32-33 Campbell
bldg.; Tel. Main 278.
E. J. WALKER Coffco Broker; room
4. Spreckcls bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANQSTON Contract,
ors nnd Bultdors; llo8 Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness j
nnd whips; Bcrctnnla near Fort St. I
CIQARS AND TODACCO.
ELuS BUILDING, 010 Miller Street.
23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
,,.rr-lnl I.nw nn.l Adlnstmont Aeen.
cy; rooms 10-16 Magoon bid. 1'ci. 328.
DR. ALBERT E.
1154 Alakea St.
; olflcc hours, 9 to I.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel SU.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lege '92; Masonic Temple; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Borctanla St.;
offlco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer cholco
dress patterns, flno linens, white
goods, laces and trimmings, Rich
ards near Hotel St.
W. BEAKBANE Cam engraving and
stamping; room 2. i.,.io bldg.
PACIFIC TRANSFEP CO.
Main 53 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mgr.
Tel. Wnlto tji and Main
MERCHANTS' PAFtCEL DELIVERY,
Bethel St., opp. Waverley bile; Tel.
021 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago express
and drayagc; Tel. Whlto 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; ofilce, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Blue.
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DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
HJH D iUDllLUlU, I III' J ID UtUIJT DCUUU
nnd fourth Wednesday in tho month.
J. E. GOEAS Bcretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
3. J. SALTER Successor to Salter & l
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel. C81 Bluo,
F. AVEIROS Oroeerles;
Walklkl of Emma St.
net vonr periodicals bound nt the
EVENINO nULLETIN'R "Indery.
Senator Depew Favors
Panama Canal Route
Washington. Jan. 23. -
! Chaunccy M. Depew since, Ms return
I from Paris has been very outspoken
auvocniing inu i-unumu rouiu iu
nn istnmian cnnni anu ins arguinvui ponam met, i uecamo a ranama man,
on tho subject Is having more effect In tho first place because tho Panama
than the supplemental report of the route Is forty-nine miles nnd the Nlca
Cannl Commission, In which nine mem- ragua 183 miles; because the cost of
hers have absolutely reversed their the Nicaragua when you add tho excess
opinion. Senator Depew said tonight: of maintenance Is almost as much
"I am a canal man ns we'll as a rail- moro than tho Panama was more than
road man. I have always been a the Nicaragua before tho rovised of
friend of the Erlo canal. This may for of tho French company was made;
seem strange, but I havo disagreed beenuso overy foot of ground over tho
with rallroau men generally on this Panama route Is known, whereas near
point. My contention has been that ly all of tho engineering questions on
tho Erie canal would concentrate the tho Nicaragua are unknown quant!-
Bra,n I'l'slncss at Buffalo and divert
lho Breat ma8S of the Kraln tram t0
th(j BOabonr(1 from othcr rollU,8 ,u.
pogton n which tho Panama Com-
,mnv iia(i ,ecn piaccd and appreciated
that If ho did not sell to tlio United
states nt tho flguro which tho United
States offered we would build tho ca
nnl elsewhere Tneso gentlemen con-
vlnced mo that the t-annma propnrty
r0"!d absolutely bo transi erred to tho
United States and that tho title would
be P'cclly clear. I InoKed Into this
mattcr wUh BQm0 care ,f wo tn(0
tho property wo need -ave no appre-
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE83 CO, Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, 1 O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; I. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN
Tcl. 290 Main.
-King St., near Fort;
HAIRDRESSINQ AND MANICURING
MISS M. E. WYNN Richards near
Hotel St.: halrdrcsslng, shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; 'iel. 621 Bluo
TH08. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort 8t.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; ".Mlgnon, ' 1021 Berctn
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Mctropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakea St.
:. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 204 Main.
MRS. H ANN A Fort St., next to Lovo
bldg.; cholco line of new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; ngent for Butterlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER.
V. H. POULSEN i-alntlng and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; ouico at Eye and Ear Infirm.
nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN8 Eye. Ear.
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakea
St- lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
offlco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAV, M.D., CM
-520 Borctanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3351
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE
Berelnnla Ave.; Tel. Blue 821.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate
also In grant marrlago licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real cstato hand-1
led to best ndvantago; houses rent
ed; loans negotiated: houses built
nt lowest prices; 32 Campbell block, I
316 Fort St.; Tel. Main 278.
AMY LENNON Stenography and'
typewriting; 13 Knnhumanu SL I
t. MOHmuum i4 jioici at., nr.
uanu. relt, straw, .panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re-
string; Elks bldg, 016 Miller St.
' J. P. RODRIGUES Merchant tailor;
. 722 Fort St.. opp. t.ackfold "bldg.
GROTE & CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker and
I embalmer; Fort St.. opp. Club Sta
bles: Tel. 52 Main: res.. 1482 Whlto.
! J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch nnd
' chronometer mnlrer- 70 Merehnnt R
i licnslon thnt litigation and oomnllcn-
tlons between tho United States and
' citizens of Franco will follow.
huviiik i.eun cuimnccu oi mis im-
ties, becnuso thero has been for fifty
years n rBnroad a,onB 'i'0 !
rmlto nn(1 Ilono nt jsjenTngua, and,
nen, for whom I havo great respect,
are still for Nicaragua, They remind
me of a very old story, wmeh you may
pardon me for repeating:
"'Judgo,' snld tho witness in court,
'did I say ...nt the horse was sixteen
feet high 7'
" 'You did,' replied tho Judgo.
" 'Well, privately, Judge,' said he,
the horso was only sixteen hands
ns I said sixteen feet III
stick to It, and sixteen feet It Is.'
MOANA 1I0S1EIRY IS
FILLED WITH QUESTS
British Minister to Tokio Returns from
Volcano -Se vi r I Private Dinner
Parties Attract- Much
The Moana hotel Is simply booming.
There can bo no other word for tho
state of affairs existing at the popular
Walklkl hostelry now. Among tho re
cent urrlvnls thcio aie the following:
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. S. (Irlnbaum of San
Francisco, who arrived In tho Ala
meda Friday. They have taken a
suite of the very best rooms.
Mrs. Joseph Seely nnd Master Sccly,
wife nnd son of Chief Steward Seely of
tho O. S. S. Sonoma, who are hero for
a short visit with Manager and Mrs.
Allen. The Scclys will leave by the
Sonoma, duo here on the 11th Inst.
Mr. Thornhlll. H. B. M's Minister to
Toklo, Japan, who hns Just returned
from the Volcano. Mr. Thornhlll ex
pects to go to Maul for a short visit
very soon. ' i
On Thursday night last, the band
played nt the Moana hotel and several
prlvato dinner parties were given. Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. A. Brown entertained Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, nnd Prince nnd Prin
cess Kalanlnnnolc had five guests at
dinner wltTi them. Their table was
decorated with roses and maiden hair
ferns. Mrs. Nott, formerly of this city,
gave a dinner to five. Pink carnations,
lcls of the samo color nnd mallo were
used In tho decoration of the table.
Mrs. Berger had a party of four and
one of the tables was occupied by
twelve people from the Doric, among
the number being Captain Smith, the
commander of the steamer.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Allen entertained
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenney, Mrs. Noo
nnn and Arthur Wilder. The table wob
the subject of favorable comment on
every hand. It was one glorious blaze
of red. Thero were red carnations nnd
In the center was n large candelabra
with n red shndo that softened the
whole effect. Incandescent lamps were
used for candelabras.
Still another pretty dinner wns the
one given by A. Lewis Jr. Tho guests
were: Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Hobron.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wntcrhoiise. Mr.
and Miss Button and Miss Clertrude
Button. The colors used In decorntlon
were the blue and gold of the Univer
sity of California and the cardinal of
Stnnford University, In honor of some
of Mr. Lewis' guests. A number of
bluo mlnlnture lamps were placed un
der n profusion of red carnations nnd
maiden hnlr ferns, giving two of the
colors desired. Tho third color wa?
easily recognizable In the candelabras.
rovered ns they were with gold paper
shades. There was an especially pre
pared menu which wns set forth on
menu cards done In blue and gold.
Wntihlrnilnn Tnn 1 TL 1)nitrncnutn.
NU-itIvc nnbeock of Wisconsin opened the
,.. for .., rov9ion i tho House
today by Introducing a bill providing
ror substantial reductions in tho Iron
and steel schedule of the Dlngley tar
iff act. It Is the forerunner of othei
measures looking to a general revision
of the tariff and the first of the direct
efforts In tnls line.
Among other things Mr. Babcock's
bill repeals paragraph 30 of the metal
schedule of tho Dlngley tariff act,
which put a tariff of 7-20 of ono cent
n pound on steel and Iron rails and
4-10 of one cent a pound on fish plates
and splice bare. These are piaccd on
the free list by the bill. Othcr Items
of tho metal schedule placed on tbu
fr3o list are as fallows:
All Iron In slabs, blooms, loops, or
other forms less finished than Iron In
bars, ami more advanced than pig
Iron; beams, girders, Joists, angles,
channels, car truck channels, T T
columns and posts or parts or rail
road sections of columns and posts,
deck and bulb beams and building
lorms, together with nil other structur
nl shapes of Iron or steel, whether
plain or punched or fitted for uso; holl
er or otner plate, Iron or steel, except
cruclblo steel nnd saw piatcsrother
ulse provided for. nol .ninncr than
No. 10 wlro gnugc, snenrod or tin
sheared, and skelp Iron or steel shear
ed or rolled In grooves valued at 1 1-2
cents n pound or less; steel ingots,
coggd Ingots, blooms, slabs, billets,
bars, and tapered or bevelled bars, ex
cept crucible steel otherwise provided
The bill also pnvldcs for a reduc
tion In the tariff on boiler Iron and
R'eel by changing from a partial spe
cific to an ad valorem raio.
In explaining his measure today, Mr.
Babeock said: 'I havo been especial
ly careful not to reduce a. schedule
where labor was tho greatest part ol
the cost of the article, ami thero is
not a single Item in the enttro bill
whether It provides That tho article
shall go on the free list or whether i
remains on the dutiable list, that will
In nny wav affect labor.
"Tho whole bill is In .Ine with the
Republican protective policy, as advo
cated In tho national platforms, nnd
by Its greatest champion, tno Into Pres
ident McKlnloy. It nffnrds nmplo nnd
lull protection whero It Is necessary,
and places on the tree list thoso nr
Mrlos that nro pruJnrpd nero cheaper
than thoy can he In foreign conn
"The bill represents lho views of
ninnv Intelllerent men, who nro them
selves Interested In the steel Industry
nud who aro exnertB In all matters
ln'"liln tliU subject
"I have placed tno heavy products
of tho furnace on the frco list. The
steel nnd Iron schedulo Is very com
plicated nnd tho nlncinir o, these ar
ticles on the free list required the re
ndliistment of nearly all of tho para
graphs In schedule C. After numerous
conferences with Iron nnd steel manu
facturers these psraeranhs hnvo been
nmended, upon strlctlv protective
lines; mat Is, each article reeojves
full protection ns compared with tho
cost of production In other countries,
..irh still leaves a margin In our la-vor."
The last game of the Polo League
series was played at Kaplolanl Park
yesterday afternoon between the In
kers and the Hornets, The game was
especially Interesting on account of the
fact that these teams had an even
standing, each having won two games,
and yesterday's game finally decided
the championship. The teams were
composed as follows:
Inkers Potter, 1; Angus, 2; Dilling
ham, 3, nnd Atkinson, back.
Hornets Judd, 1; Carter, 2; Dole, 3
and Perry, back.
The game started with a handicap of
one goal In favor of the Hornets. The
Hornets defended the Dlnmond Head
goal. After aliotu three minutes of
fast playing Dillingham scored the first
goal In favor of the Inkers, another
goal being made by the same player
about n minute after Ms first one.
Thereafter the goals followed In rapid
succession. Potter making one goal.
Angus two and so on until the score nt
the end of the first period stood: In
kers 5 to the Hornets' two, counting
In the Hornet's Nest.
In the second period the Inkers from
the ery start took the ball and kept It
traveling well under their control Into
the Hornets' territory. Upon the whole
the excellent team work of the Inkers
was a prominent feature throughout.
They kept the ball well under their
control nnd showed good Judgment In
passing It to one another, very few
balls being lost on passes dirtlng the
Pretty Team Work,
It was especially when the ball was
carried up to the Hornets' goal that
the pretty team work of the Inkers
was illustrated. Again and again Pot
ter at the critical moment forced Perry
off the ball. Angus or Dillingham
would then force off Carter while one
of them, who was left free while hold
ing off Dole, would have n chance to
lift the ball towards the goal of their
opponents. Their plan of attack In a
line one behind the other was very
effective as It, in case the first player
missed the ball, gave those behind him
a chance at It.
Wheneer the ball passed near the
Hornets' goal there was always one
of the Inkers ready on tlic side to get
It and pass It over.
Good Team and Individual Work.
Although all the players did good
Individual work the main feature was
the team work.
On the Hornets' side good Individual
work was certainly shown but the
team work nnd the effect of the
uiii sysieiu. which iney were sum iu
rely upon, failed to materialize.
Perry playing back certainly made n
great number ot hits to the advantage
of bis team, but as his hits generally
were short It was Impossible for Dole,
playing 3, to cover the ball as he was
continually hard pressed by the men
playing 2 and 3 on the opposing team.
Very Fast Game.
Dole at 3 did not have sufficiently
last mounts to keep right up with the
game which was very fasf. While his
horses are good they had been ridden
pretty liard on the preceding day to
knock their spirit out of them a little,
und as a consequence they failed to
show their full speed.
The position ot 3 was also com
paratively ncw to Dole who, although
he used to play In this position In
California, has been playing back dur
ing all the games In which he has par
ticipated here. When ho had a clear
field, however, he did not fall to show
his usual brilliant play.
Alf. Carter did some fine riding nnd
was well mounted. He was not able to
accomplish much, however, on account
of bck ot support.
Judd was a little out of the game
ai his mount was not fast enough '.o
keep up with the speedy game.
As a whole the Hornets showed
some good Individual playing but as
they weie lacking In the systematic
team work which characterized the
playing of the Inkers, nnd were In
clined to bunch, they failed to score to
Hornets Make Safeties.
Twice during the game the Hornets
made a safety to prevent the Inkers
from scoring. The safeties count -4
of a goal each. Several fouls were
called hut only three, one for the In
kers and two for the Hornets, weie
penalized by giving a free hit to tl e
The filial score of file game was 1414
goalj In favor of tho Inkers and 5 goals
for tho Hornets. This Is the largest
score ever made on the Kuplolani Park
Held and leaves the Inkers undisputed
The game was refcreed to the full
cntlsfactlon of all concerned by Licit.
Hancock. John P. Erdwan and Bab
bitt weie linesmen.
Society Out In Force.
As usual society turned out to u It
ness the fashionable game and, not
withstanding the ominous nppenraucc
of the weather, there were quite u
number of spctcators.
Among those present were: Mrs,
Chas. II. Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Mott-Smlth, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham.
Mrs, Frear, Mrs. Samuel Nott, Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Walker. Miss Dickey, Mrs.
Wnller, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hobron.
Mrs. Porter-Boyd, Mr. and Mrn. H. R.
Mucfarlane Jr.. the Misses Marfarlane.
Miss Bates, J. O. Carter Jr., MDj Hel
en Kitchen, Paul Isenbcrag. Oliver Car
ter, F. Lloyd, the Misses Perry, JIUs
Warren, Mrs. A. F. Judd. .Mr. MaiMox.
Mr. Weaver. Dr. McAdory, Mr Taft
Ous Schuman and many others.
nusslan census returns reveal the
presence of OiJ.000 Idolaters In a pop
illation of 1 25.668.000. among which
for every 121 men thore are 100 worn
The gold yield of Now Zcnland for
Novomher amounted to 39,185 ounces,
valued nt, 140, . 'lho yield for the
eleven months Is greater than since
Island of Mindoro is De
vastated by Fire
TWENTY-TWO BOLO MEN
KILLED, IN HARD FIGHT
Lieutenant Recder Commits Suicide
During Temporary Insanity.
Arms and Ammunition
Manila, Dec. 25. Major Pitcher and
troops under his command have dono
their work well In cleansing the Isl
and of Mindoro by fire and sword, and
destroying the towns.
There were only three left In tlio
wholo Island on Sunday last, Calapan,
I'auluan nnd Mangnrlm, the latter be
ing reduced to ashes at a late hour
Sunday night. It was one ot tho
largest and best strongholds of the In
surgents, nnd Is situated at tho ex
treme southern end of the Island.
Lieut. Hossflcld of the 30th Infnntry,
who had been Bent against the natives,
brought all his powers of persuasion
and Influence to bear, to Induco them
to surrender, but they Ignored his
peaceful offers, and threw Insult after
Insult with their defiance, so nt last tho
Lieutenant cleaned the town out, and
then set It on fire, totally destroying
It, and large cuartcls of rice, arms, and
ammunition ami othcr Insurgent sup
Owing to theso necessary drastic
meaurcs the Island Is practically de
nuded, and the natives compelled to
seek subsistence at the various army
Major Pitcher states that he is ab
solutely certain that the Insurgents
have onty n small stand of guns left
them, numbering seventy-five nnd ns,
he lias them located, It will be only a
day or two until they will be In his
Telegrams received from General
Bell yesterday report further opera
tions in Batnngas on Monday. On that
day Company F of the 21st Infnntry
had a desperate hand to hnnd en
counter with bolomcn In a deep gorgo
near Soro Soro. six miles south ot
slg-jsan Jose about 6 o'clock In tho morn
Ing. Twenty-two of the enemy wcro
killed, the Insurgent barracks destroy
ed and seven head of cattle and sev
eral bolos captured.
The casualties on the American sldo
were Lieut. P. A. Connelly, who re
ceived an ugly bolo wound on tho left
cheek, and Prlvato Edward Carney,
who was cut with a bolo six times on
the neck nnd shoulders.
A telegram received at military head
quarters yesterday states that Second
Lieutenant Odus J. Recder of the Phil
ippine Scouts, committed suicide about
7:30 on Monday morning by shooting
himself with a carbine, on the trans
port I.awton while at Lucena, Tuya
bas. An Important surrender took placo
at Bohol yesterday morning, and
Judging by the largo number of guns
and cannon turned In, the armory of
the Insurgents on that Island must bo
now pretty well empty. The nrms
turned over by the enemy consist of
twenty-eight cannon and fifty-tour
rifles No further particulars havo
been as yet received at Division head
quarters. GOES TO LOCAL MAN
It Is thought that the published
statement taken from the Sau Fran
cisco papers that n stranger was to bo
sent here from the Coast as the ap
pointee of Manager Schwerln of tho
Pacific Mall Co. to tako the place ot tho
late Archie Olltltlan ns superintendent
nf the Pacific Mall wharf here Is un
true. It Is known that tho local agents,
H. Hackfcld & Co., have recommended
the appointment of a local man for the
position, and It Is not believed their
recommendation will fall In getting th
appointment for their man.
MADE GOOD CATCH
Pilot Sandeis and his clew of boat
boyB made a lucky find on Wednesday,
oft the beach at Walklkl. They went
fishing but not for any of tho finny
tribe. When they left tho pilot houso
they were equipped with many fa
thoms of stout lino nnd some grappling
hooks and with them they started, as
toon ns they were past the spar buoy,
to drag the bottom of the ocean. What
they were ufter was tho anchor and
seventy-five fathoms of chain lost by
the ship Arthur Sewall when she was
here early last year. The big mass ol
Iron was found and bearings taken, and
arrangements will bo made to bring It
to the surface this week.
Yesterday was quite n busy dny for
the tug Fearless and pilots. In the
morning two thro masted schooners
from tlio Coast with lumber and tho
hark Carrollton from Tacoraa arriv
ed. In the afternoon the ship George .
Curtis departed for San Francisco and
the bark Mohican arrived.
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