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Cuban Emblem Goes Up
And Cuban Republic Is Free
Havana May 20 Just as the sun the cntrnncc of the harbor returned to
reached the zenith toda the Republic their Jubilations.
1 III' SCCIU'B HI lllf ..IMIIU ll,- Dlllll-
of Cuba was born Great guns boomed
n tnrewetl salute to the Stars and
Stripes, and slowl the ll.ig of the fic?
came down from the staffs of thu pal
ace nnd Morro Castle. A moment later
t uba's ting rose to the peak on fort
nnd palace, a great ac of cheers
Ing Tho castle was crowded with pv
trlotlc Cubans, whose ambition wns
to see their Hag Uoat alone from the
fortress which so long before held aloft
the ling of Spain
Governor Kmltln Nunez of Haana
province president of the Cuban Vet
erans, nnd a committee of that organ!
MAY JS, 190.'.
Governor Cooper Is up and doing
with full realization that the olllie of
(imvrnor Invcdvts a more sticnuous
life than silting in the Capitol building
unci tring to look wise
The untlmel) end of the Mnnoa bull
un.ilr in the l'ollie Com I will nsstiie
a warm time for the brown critter
once It Is Identified by the pitchfork
brigade (if the euhuib.in pastoial val-lc
swept through the streets of the city zntlon nrrlvod nt Morro Castle at
and over the housetops where thou in 30 o'clock this morning with tho
sands or the people were gathered, and Cuban flag which had been purchased
a new member linil been added to thu by popular subscription and which was
sisterhood of nations The promise of to be used In tho ceremonies, although
the great American Hepuhllc was fill n flag had been provided b the United
filled An hour later tho cruiser States authorities.
DrooMjn was hull down on the horizon Shortl before the arrival of Govern
hearing Governor Wood home (o tho or Nunez, Lieutenant E A Stuart.
United States United States Artillery Corps, with a
Drunatle ns was the remarkable non commissioned officer nnd two men.
Demonstration when the flag of Iho arrived for the purpose of lowering the
I nlted Stntes was towered and tho Hag and to repiesent tho United
ting of the new republic hoisted In Its w.ntes In the cetemonles,
place ai noon todnv on the palace At tho conclusion of the national sn
whence Spain had ruled the Island for lute and simultaneously with the flag
centuries. It was hardlv more stirring raising on the palace, where the Inau
Cub 1 Is free and the American ling
has been hauled down accurdlng to the
national promise There are might
few merlcans. however, who are not
convinced that the present generation
will see Johnnie go marching back
again and the American emblem put
up to stay.
man the magnificent friendly demon
stration which attended tho departure
of the cruiser Ilrookljn as sho sailed
out of Havana harbor a few minutes
before 4 o clock this afternoon
A flotilla of harbor craft loaded to
the guards with people and dressed
with bunting from stem to stern escort
ed her to sea The water front was a
solid mass of people and the old forti
fications at I.a Puma, with Morro Cas
tle opposite-, which guards the entrance
to the narrow neck of the harbor was
a human hillock The llrookbn's an
chorage was nenr the wreck ol the bat
tleship Mnlne whose black shrunken
skeleton wns decorated toda with
American nnd Cuban llagib order of
the Cltv Council
When the benutlful cruiser steamed
slowl li thlM pitiful memoiy the
American ensign nt her taffrail was
dipped and the sailors generall doffed
their caps As she passed the grim
wnlls of Cnbanns and Morro Castle tho
l)rookln moved swiftly the American
nag at her fore and the Cuban flag at
her main peak sailors manning her
sides nnd the nng nt her stern dipping
(ontinuousl to the storm of vivas
from shore and utloat The Cuban col
ors on both the fortresses were lower
ed three times In salute nlthough It Is
not military etiquette for a fort to sa-
New York officers of the Beef Trust
have (led from their offices In New York
city nnd taken up quarters In New Jer
se In order to evade the process of tin
court. Thus does the Beef Trust carry
out its statements that It Is willing to
have its affairs thoroughl) senched by
the courts. If Roosevelt falls In his
effort to make the beef men feel thQ
force of the law, he has at .cat' suj
ceeded In demonstrating that the howl
agulnst the trusts has much of virtue
In It, while the trust has none.
gurntlon ceremonies were In progress
the American standard was frittered n
token of the Nation's good faith nnd
honor The opposite Bide of the bny
wub crowded to the water's eugc with
people who shouted with one voice
"Viva Estndos Unldos'" "Vlvn Cuba
l.lbre' ' 1'rom the housetops crowds
of enthusiastic Cubans wnved small
flags of the new republic as If Impa
tient to see It float, nnd nil over tho
bay small snlllng vessels nnd tugs car
rled a mass of people shouting and
The American flag came down, n
score of wildly enthusiastic men took
hoTd of the rope that was to raise the.
, ( ubnn stnndnrd aloft, and hnrdly had
Senor Mir chief of the signal station j
on Morro Castle made It fast when'
Governor Nunez pulled on the rope
that raised the flag, which seemed I
more tluui anthlug else to say to the
Cuban people that the Cuban republic
lived, and. as the flag floated gnvly to
the breeze, a mighty shout nrose on all I
sides. Battle scarred veterans embrac
u(i men nuiiT, ic-ars were 111 cue Ccs 1
wi uii, mm uie wuuic peupie. us 11 over
come with emotion, beenmu silent for
n moment, nnd then, ns though Just
realizing that they had taken their
place among the nntlons ol the enrth
and lemcmbcring their best friend In
lute except with guns But nn urmy time of their direst need In one mighty
four hours old Is not expected to roar shouted, "Viva Estados Unldos '
know this Genernl Wood stood on. When the ceremonies were over
the cruiser and acknowledged tTie ova- Governoi Nunez proposed n toast to
tlon he received by bowing and touch-, the United States, which was drunk,
Ing his cap.
and then Lieutenant Stuart proposed
The flotilla of small craft kept on In. the toast, "Cuba Libre. The cheers
the wake of the Ilrookln until she 'were then given for President Pnlmn
was hull clown on the horizon; then tho and tho flag of the United States was
boats turned back and the people nt, folded to bo sent to Washington.
h p tj r r- m r-t f-o r j P3 r r kj rti r pa r ra pj a r-n na rta na ic
mi 111 on 1
How the Beef Trust
Files Its Answer
New York. May 17 riece by piece
the underlying and controlling rca-1
sons for the retirement of l.evfts Nix
on from tlic chairmanship of the fin
ance committee of Tammany Hall ara
being dug up It was learned tonight
that Nixon suspected that Richard
Croker desired to retain a grip on tho
chairmanship of the finance commit
tee, and this made him quit his Job in
disgust and prompted his Btateu,enl
that he could not retain his self re
spect and tho chairmanship and lead
ership at the same time.
This may have been on account ot
tho revelation made today, that tho
Tammany treasury lost 1300,000 In tho
week after the campaign closed In
round numbers $900,000 was raised fof
the campaign. Of this $100 000 wai
used for advertising, and hiring speak
era and halls. About $200,000 was lost
In belling on tho Tammany ticket the
week beforo election, and tho remain
Ing $300,000 remnlns unaccounted for
It may bo louud, but Nixon could not
find It '1 ho fact has created a big
sensation. It is admitted that Tarn
many Is on the verge of disruption.
RELIEF FOR MINISTERS
New York, May 17 Tho Presby
terian General Assembly met today
with Vice Moderator Daniel B, Noyca
presiding. The Rev Dr James F.
Hlggs of Hast Orange N. J offered a
resolution calling upon tho Moderator
to appoint a committee of three to draw
up and bring In a minute indorsing
the work of the American Bible Com
mittee, The committee w ill be appoint
ed next week.
The report of tho Standing Commit
tee on Ministerial Relief was taken up.
The Rev. Dr. Benjamin L. Agnew of
Philadelphia said a plan had been sub
mitted to an Insurance company by
which that company was to pay $C00
nuuually to each of the clergymen
and $300 to each of the widows. The
company asked for a premium of $2,
000,000, he said, and the plan was not
Dr. Parr made a plea for the old
Presbyterla clergymen and mentioned
many Instances of want "I know of
one instance not long ago where a min
ister seventy eurs of age died and had
to bo given a paupers funeral lu 11
church were there were over seventy
millionaires. Shame on such a church
The report of tho Committee on Mln
tcrlal Relief was accepted.
The vice moderator announced the
Committee on Evangelistic Work Tho
chairman Is John II Baldwin of Phila
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New- York, May 17 Arthur Colby,
the arbitrator of the Beef Trust and
the New York managers of every
trust house have fled from the State.
With them have gone the books and
papers which havo been ordered pre
sented before Supreme Court Judge
Chester In Albany.
The headquarters of every trust
house has been moved across tho riv
er to Hoboken and Jerse City. Ar
thur Colby lias gorio away on a long
vacation, nnd his trusted assistants
carry on tho work of his offlco behind
locked doors, wbtTo tho records arc In
This Is tho answer of tho trust to the
nccusntions ngalnst It which the lend
ors denied, sought to belittle nnd do
dared they were willing, able and anx
lous to disprove.
HIS FIRST PROCLAIMATION
Madrid, May 17. King Alfonso's first
proclamation, issued tonight, is ad
dressed to tho nation After sning
that lessons of experience arc awaiting
him. Ills Majesty expresses the hope
that he will receive from the people
tho Inspiration which will supply what
time has not yet taught him The
"If Providence aids me and if tho
Spanish people continue tho support
the have accorded in august moth
er during the regency, nnd I do not
doubt they will, I hnvo confidence, that
I shall succeed In my desire to do all
that untiring devotion can accomplish
for the good of the fatherland and the
peace, granduer and well-being of th
GREATEST DOUBT AS TO
OWNER OF MANOA BULL
Judge Wilcox Scores People Who
Talk But Refuse to ActNo
Evidence Against Defendant.
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THIS CONGRESS THE MOST
EXTRAVAGANT ON RECORD
Washington, May 17. With tmpos
Ing ceremonies tho rcmaluB of Major
Qencral William Starke Rosecram. to
day wero reinterred In Arlington Cem
etery, under tho direction of tho Socie
ty of tho Army of tho Cumberland.
Tho services wero presided over by
General David B Henderson, Speaker
of tho Houso of Representatives. Prcs
hint Roosevelt, members ot his Cabi
net, Senators and Representatives and
a host of friends. Including many ot
his old Army associates, wero present
to payitrlbuto to tho noted soldier.
Full military honors wero accorded
tho remains, which were borne to the
gravo on a caisson The funeinl cor
tego moved from the Arlington Hotel
nl 10 o clock Tho eMort, commanded
by Lieutenant Colonel niigeno (1 Dim
tnlck. Second United SlnteB Cavalry,
and headed by a platoon of mounted
police consisted of several mllltaiy
companies and repiesentatlvcs of
The evening Bulletin, 76 cents fn
The case of II Dlnklage, manager ol
the Mnnoa ranch and one of thu Custom
House Inspectors charged with keeping
uu animal, to wit. a bull, dangerous to
public safety, came up for trial In the
Police Court this foienoon with John
EHlnger appearing as the complaining
witness. The prosecution was con
ducted by Ueput Sheriff Chllllngvvorth
while II. W Robinson of the firm of
Kellett k. Robinson appealed for the
Mr Elllnger was the first and only
witness for the prosecution, the pio
pie alleged to havo complained from
time to time about the bull in Manoa,
falling to put In an appearance. Ellin
ger stated that he could not swear that
tho bull belonged to Dlnklage. Certain
Jul was, houevA that he had been
chased by the bull on the 17th Inst and
had heard of other people being chas
ed Ever thing seemed to point to Mr.
Dlnklage as the owner of the bull.
Tho defendant nnd John Gomes, a
Portuguese boy employed ln thu Ma
noa ranch, both testified that both ot
the Jersey bulls belonging to the ranch
were tame and that so far as they knew
neither one of the animals had been
loose during tho period specified in the
complaint. The darker one of the two
might have got loose but It was Impos
sible to say. The lighter one could
have gotten away as he was kept tied
up all the time,
Mr. Dlnklage said that be had no
brown bull such as the witness for the
prosecution had described and If it
had been a brown bull that had chased
Mr Eftlngcr, It certainly did not belong
to the Manoa ranch. Reference was
mado to tho bull that had chased Wal
ter O. Smith but Mr. Dlnklage said
that ho had had no complaint whatever
from the editor.
Judgo Wilcox in summing up the
case said that there was no evidence
that tho bull which had chased Mr.
Elllnger was the property of the Manoa
ranch There wns great doubt as to
the Identity of the bull and he would
therefore find the defendant not guilt
nnd dlschargo him The Judge went on
to say that If the men who had com
plaints agulnst the bull would only
spend half the time they do writing
editorials about dnngcious bulls In ap
pealing at the l'ollro Court, feomethlug
might be done If people would make
complaints and then fall to appear In
the I'ollco Couit they certainly could
not expect veiy much There would
piolmbly be a crop of editorials on wild
bulls now but If bome of the bull head
ed editors would make their appear
unco in thu Police Couit and testify
as to their experiences Instead of
wilting them up lu the papeis, much
msio might be accomplished.
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Nicaragua Canal Sure Thing
Facing a Deficit -
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AOENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kabulul Railroad Co.,
Washington May 17. The state
ment thnt Congiesslonal oxtiavagancc
might make tills a "billion dollar" ses
sion caused considerable discussion nt
the Capitol today. There aro usually
two sessions to each Congress. If thu
first session Is to cost a billion dollars,
view when they lopped" off all the war
If the Nicaragua canal bill passes II
will authorize an expenditure of $180,
noo.000, but It Is doubtful If moro than
$10,000,000 will be appropriated at the
outset. This amount could doubtless
be provided for In somo way, and there
would certainly be no difficulty In get
ting that amount if the President
should veto the rivers and harbors bill
That this bill may be vetoed on tho
ground of unprecedented jobbery is
being anxiously discussed by the
The size of the appropriation alrea
dy made, It Is believed, renders con
sideration of the Panama canal routo
absolutely out of the question. Should
that loutc bo adopted by Congress,
which Is a very remote possibility, It
vould mean a direct appropriation for
tho citizens of Franco of $40,000,000.
Mich an appropriation would be uttep
ly out of tho question. Thus, while un
'locked extravagance Is likely (o mill
tate against tho Nicaragua bill to a
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W, M. aiffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Oeo. J, Ross Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
the second ma bo expected to cost os
much. Tnls would make the rifty-scv Vcrtnln extent. It will make the rciec
tlon of the Panama touto an absolute
cntli Congress 11 ''two billion dollar
Congress," a thing unheard of even In
time of war. I
The members of tho committees on I
appropriation In the House and Sen
ate clearly let the situation get away
from them early In the session The
raid that had been mado upon tho
treas-iry has been too fierce for them I
to resist, et It is doubttul It cither '
Representative Cannon or Senator Al
llson realized the record they were
making for profligacy till tho facts
The rivers and harbors bill, when It
pasbed the House, had grown, through
a log-rolling combination, to ?G0,000,
000, A similar union of forces In the
Senate added $10,000,C0 .0 It. There
are enough measures now pending In
the two hovfscs to swell the approprla
tlons for this session at least $1,000,
000 beond the billion dollar mark. Tho
omnibus claims bill, aggregating mil
Ions nnd increases In salary for prac
tically eveibody In the public service
and a public building bill roalio up
In view of the fact that the appro
prlatlons nre apt to aggregate a billion
dollars nnd create a deficit beforo the
expiration of the next fiscal year, tho
question arises, What Is to become ol
the Isthmian cnnnl?" Tho exhaustion
of the public resources in advance of
the oanal bills afford enemies oi the
cunal a new ambush behind which td
fight. Tlioy enn now assert that It will
be Impracticable to authorize tho cn
mil beciiuso thcro is not money
enough. Indeed, thero are somo who
say that thin was tho dellborato pur
pose tho Congressional leaders had in
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OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Presi
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
o. B. Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear,
DIRECTORB J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Oear. C. U. Orar,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck. J. A. Ly'e,
Jr.. J. M. Little, If. S. Boyd.
A. V. OEAR,
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Chambrun, great grandson of tho Mar
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at Washington, will lemaln In this city
unltl Tuesday. Tho Count do Rocham
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Harness, Plows, Tools ot all sorts.
For particulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, ot
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu. March 4th, 1902.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty naoes. $1 a year.
Design your own ledgers, cash
hooks, etc. If you are undoclded, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the BVEN
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