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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. MONDAY, JULY 21, 1902.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by tbo
BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ CO., LD.
WALLACE R FARRINOTON.. Editor
Entered at the Postofflce at Hono
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Per month, any where In U. S. $
Per quarter anywhere In V S.. 2
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Six month J 10
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Postofflco Box 718
MONDAY Jl LY 21, 1902
If Delegate Fljnn of Oklahoma en
Joys the solution of polltlc.il problems,
his vacation trip to this Territory will
furnish him with plcnt) of amuse
ment. Mr Fljnn Is a erj welcome
guest and his membership on the Com
mlttec on Territories as well us b's
high standing among Washington
leaders make him an Important lsltor.
Lord Salisbury has retired anl
handed the honors and responsibilities
of his high office to Ilalfour Kitchener
has returned and Is the lion of the
hour. Chamberlain, whose vigorous
character furnished the backbone for
accomplishing the glory and honors
of the season Is allowed to remain In
the background of the Colonial olllco
and quite naturally he Is sulking n
Admiral Mehllle, while deep! Inter
csted In oil burning experiments on
ocean steamers still holds that coal Is
king. Whin oil tanks become us nu
merous ns coal piles then the lighting
ships of the nation stand a chance or
adopting oil fuel It is the port In a
storm that the fighters have to con
Bldcr when dAlberutlng on the accept
ance of motive power well adapted to
tho avenues of pence.
The continued stiuggle of the Adver
tiser to attack the business intcgrlt of
tho Bulletin fin tlier demonstrates the
plane of blackguaidlsm and libelous
Innuendo on which the morning paper
Is conducted. It has more than once
been bruught home to the business
community' that the pollc of the Ad
citlser Is a menace to tho Intcgilty
of every leputablc business hous-e III
the Territory Il.ild untruth and kIouj
mlsrepi escalation has ihaiaeterlzed its
course under the present management
and It Is onl) a mattei of time when
tho paper will be brought to an ac
counting which will cMabllsh the limit
of its liability in attacking vested In
terests. Kvldentlj satisfied that the over
-whelming demand for local telf-gov-crnment
caunot be overcome in Hawaii,
tho Advertiser luges the opponents ot
Amercan progress in the Tenltoi to
tenter theli hopes on the possibility o(
"holdlng-up" the mcjauie In Congrcs.-i
This Is Interesting. Tho picture ot
Congress "holding up" the demand ot
un'organlzed Territory for county and
municipal government Is highl umus'
log. On what political paity does the
Advertiser hope to depend as fathei to
the movement which practically re
fuses rights recognized by tho Organic
Act? Certainly no local party support
ran bo mustered for such u program
Tho head of the Republican organiza
tion whom tho Adveitiscr piesumes to
upport has stated his position clearl)
Hiul tho present majoiltj part of the
Territory is on leeord in unequivocal
terms The Adveitlser evidently ha
a new paity ou foot oiganlzed to fight
nil forms of American progress.
Chaileston. S. C. Jul 12 At
campaign meeting of the six candi
dates for the United Stales henaie ui
St. (Icorge. Colleton count, today
there was a war of woids which may
lead to a duel between Congi cabman
A. C. l-atlmer and formei (lovernor
John O. i:vans. two rival candidates
for Senator .Mr I.atlmei, in Ills speech
said that Mr Hvuiib hail once been Ills
friend. He wiib Intel rupted by Mr
Hvans, who said
"Iitlmer betiaved me like a dog
Latimer In retaliation biouglit iii the
story of tho $15,000 bond deal during
Mr. Ivans' term in Uovcmor.
"I denounco tho man who icpeuU
that rumor us a liar," replied I-vans
Tbo men started towaid each other,
but Sheriff Owens rushed In between
them, Insisting that the courtroom was
no nlaco for duels. To this Mr. I.atl
rner agreed and Mr Hvans lcmarkcd
that there was plenty of loom outsldu
and plenty of time In tho future.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Washington, July 12 Rcprcsenta
tle New lands left Washington for his
home In Nevada at noon today to open
his campaign for Senator to succcm'
John 1. Jones, The latter has an
nounced that after having served th.
State for thirty )ears In the Sonalo h
Intnntla In mil t-n trm tin lit t si llfn Thin
icaos the field practically clear rn
Mr. New lands, and the fact that lu
made and won tho fight for the Irrlg
tlon bill makes his election almost n
foregone conclusion He will, how
ever, make a thorough canvas of tho
State llefore leaving Ml "eulari'h
"The prospects for Democratic sua
ce In the West this fall nrd rr
bright The West has the Democratic
party ihlclly to thank for the passago
of the Irrigation bill, nnd 1 believe thOl'OIf"r'' ' llll,' two ''ours "lk
people appreciate that fact. Tho Dem Philippine question. Tho Pope e
ocrats took up the measure and. with i rcs,cii .ntt, to n.0,i ,,.. conflict
the aid of sufficient Republicans, push
ed it through both houses.
I ITel confident that "we wilt n I
onl cany the State of Neacla, but
that we will make targe gains In Call
fornla, Washington Kansas nnd oth-i
San Francisco, July 10 - Captain j
Lawless of the steamer Australia says
that the ocean currents In the nelgr.
burhood of Tahiti are the strangest l.e
has over encountered. In places
where formerly the set steamers
ahead ten miles the now set tb-
back as gieat a distance, and are alti
Keener irniu hi .eei.e.-r.... .... ii .s pUB.
siuio mai me cemu.ci.ng current To ,, ,,, tomm8s.0 of tnrUliioI,
may have been responsible Tor the rcu,c,i tlmt lc interests of tho monks
wrecking of the steamer Mnwera. cotr.-' m. 1,1alleiitly guauled, and there
monly known ns tho Southern Cror,lfore thcy ma,e l01lnler proposals, ln
whlch went nsluire nt Apltnkl Island, eluding the following
In the Poiimutei gioup. and the Danish1 That America lecognlze the Cntholle
bark Verdande which struck nt tV church schools and th.it the continue'
entrance to Papeete harbor and later to be managed b the monks, that th.
sank In the harbor The French dans monks bo allowed to remain ui leave
port Durance which went to the nssUf nt their option.
nnce of tho Maw era herself struck thH Cardinal Riimpoll.i communicated
reef and nariowl) escaped serious the above to Judge Taft on the 21st.
damage If not tptal lo8 The Mawen hut Judge Taft said he did not deslrol
Is leported to be in tluee pnits. a qtiai
ter of n mile fiom each oflier
ENTERPRISE IN 'FRISCO
San Francisco, July 10 The .:
ng steamer Enterprise, arr'ved
relay from Hllo direct after a trl )
lasting ten das Head winds account
ed for the steamer being n da late In
addition to a full cargo of sugar and
bananas tho steamer brought n inner
oils passengers. The passengeis were
Petei l.ee, wife and child. Miss 1H
naln l.ee. Mrs. P. Millar Mrs V T
Ilaldlng nnd two chiTdicn JamnH lieu
clerson, Mis. A. Nnknpuahl, M.m
O'Knuike, Mrs M. Itlce and sou, J. A
Scott wife and daughter, Irwin and
Alvan Scott John Young 13. V Knap
ami wife. R N Ro.ieli Mrs Charles
I'urneaux llruce Kennedy, Miss M
iMillan Dr C I. Stow Miss C C
Uloomliigton, III July 11 Much lo
the chagrin of sixteen members of tbo
first ear law class of Illinois Wesley
an University in this clt, a jotint:
Japanese nobleman named Takahaslil
Mlsaya. from Toklo, reported to bo Im
mensely wealthy, won first honors, be
lug nil but peileet In the drj subjects
of lilac kstone, Parsons on Contracts
and Uej nobis on 1'.' bleuce. His re
speetlve niaiklngs were 99, iio and rs.
In bis few jeais' lesldcnco here Ta
kahaslil has secured a lino command
of the lunguagu and speakB It with tho
grace of a native born Tho young
man has gone to Petoskey, Mich., In
spend the summer vacation and will
resume Ills classes at the fall term
RECORD RAILROAD RUN
Chicago July 12 Reeling off 4S1
miles In IfiO minutes, tho "Twentieth
Centiir Limited ' on the Lake Shntu
and Michigan Southern Railroad tnila,
smashed n cords for fast running on
that load, and verllled uskertlmss
made by officials that u lfihour tched
ule coiilil. If mccssar) bo maintained
between Chicago and New York The
train, lortj llvo miles west of Buffalo,
was two hums and twentj-elght min
utes behind Its schedule, anil tho en
gines weie given a clear tiuek and the.
engine eis weie ordeied til make their
liiht time over the vailous divisions
Tho train eoveied 118 miles from
Cleveland to Toledo In 108 minutes tho
bpeed sometimes leaching niuet mile,
nn hunt The run to Klkhart, Inelr.
1(13 miles was covered III 135 minutes
The run Into Chicago fiom KIMiait
was slower on account of tho necessi
ty of slowing ilown while passing
thiough towns and ovei the fourteen
grado railroad crossings In Chicago
Desplto these ilelajs the 101 mile1)
wero covered In 111 minutes, and th
truln, which was duo In the city n'
9 45 a m., arrived at the (liand Central
passenger station only twenty elcli
Moro than seventy kinds of shells aro
to be found on the seashore at Tenby,
TAFT SAYS YATICAN
ANSWERS ARE VAGUE
American Propositions in Detail
Administer Schools According to
American Laws Expulsion of
Friars and Spanish Treaty.
Rome, July la This morning I'opc
Leo received Cardinals Rmpoll, Gottl.
I VIos. Stelnhuber and Vnnnutelll, nd
nnd urged the cardinals to negotiate
In a conciliator) mood.
The genesis of the Interchange of
notes between Judge Tnft, acting for
the United States, and tho commission
of cardinals acting for tne Vatican Is
Ooernor Taft presented or June 11
his first proposals to the cardinals
commission. These were exeluslvcl)
business-like. The proposals were as
First, to ascertain the valuation of I
the real estate belonging to the rell-l
glous orders in the Philippines: second,!
that America shall purchase said prop
erty, third, that the Catholic schools In I
the Philippines be ndmlnistcied nceord-!
lug to American laws, with equal Heat !
ment In all religions, fourth, that the
,.,, moIlKH uU ,he l)lanIll
to discuss the new proposals, not hnv
ing aiithorlt) to do so. He therefore i
presented, on the 20th. .mother note i
sllghtl) modlf)lng his cailler propcis-j
als, but avoiding urn lellglous discus-,
Cardinal Rampolla icplled, praetlcnl-
l lepeatlng his pievlous proposals,
whcieupon Judge Taft hi okc off ncgo-1
nations ."lul u,1'le'1 lo a8lll"Kt0 for
Judge Tuft's seeretar bald toda tn
the correspondent ot the Hearst news-.
The difference which lias arisen De-
tween the American Government nnd
the cardinals' commission Is not of a
nature to cause u collapse of negotia
tions. The cardinals' commission. In-,
Mead of iepl)lng to the points raised
In a concise and business-like fashion,
answeied too vaguely. Judge Taft, on
the other hand, wishes, lieforc every
thing, that no ambiguity shall by auv ,
possibility bleed contentions In the
"It Is hoped Pope I.eo will settle the
whole iiuestlon without any detalleil
consideration of the views put forwurd
b; the cardinals." '
Judge Taft refuses to discuss the
matter In detail, but told the Hearst,
newsp.ipeis' correspondent that eveiy-
thing would be settled. !
'I hose intliiential In the Inner clulci
of the Vatican encourage the belief,
however that, notwithstanding Pope
l.c-o's wish, n settlement Is ImiKmslble I
Washington, Jul) 13 ' It Is n mere
matter of business "
This Is the way the War Department
describes the negotiations In piogres
with leferencc to tho friars unci their
lands In the Philippines
This Government has always been
anxious to disavow that tl.e negotia
tions between Governor Taft and the
Vatican partook either through tech
acter of diplomatic piorcedlngs. Noth
ing, so far as can be learned, has he-cm
said In the way of piotest, but theie
lias alwjjs been the linpicsslon that
diplomatic relations with tho Vatican
would be distasteful to the Italian
Government, the United States being
one of the poweis that do not recognize
a nuncio en an apostolic delegation offi
'Hie iiuestlon at Issue concerning tho
friars Is oue of great dellcac). Here Is
the nay It is nudci stood belli.
'lhis Gov ci time nl having admitted
the roue of tho ninth article of the
tu.it of Pails, cannot Insist on the
expulsion of the dials, citizens of
hpalu, without offeiibv to that lountrj.
'1 lie ejected films would have elaltiH
against tho United States, If the) wtio
Theie me two wa)s out of the Ullll-'
cult). Ono of these Is that this Picsl
dent take up the mattei personally
whh Poi e I.eo and secure tho vulun
tai) wlthdiuwal of the filurs with per
haps an luueube of payment fui tho
lauds '1 he otl ei Is that of the Philip
pine Government bill bo enforced
whe-ieljy It is possible to condemn and
sell tho lands uf tho frlnrs. Tho sec
ond method is not icgutdcd with favor
because It docs nut disnuso of the n,ued
tion of whut to do with the friais The
Piesldeut may succeed in obtaining,
through Ills Holiness a decree fiom
the heads of the outers icciulrlng tho
f rial a to wlthdiaw within a certain
London. July 12. Continuing tho
announcement already mado by tho
press, tho Hxehango Telegraph Com
pany this evening says that Sir Thomai
Llpton nnnouneed at Southampton to
day hla determination to again com
ueto for the America's cup.
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATOR8 AND BROODERS
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. U Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Ilroodcra are mado of the best lum
ber In tbo world. Tint every other article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, and tlcrcforo these "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Droodcrn occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators and Brooders that tbo mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It is worth your whllo to rtad In our late catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have a catalogue free by writing
for It. An involco of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agcnta top the Territory ol Ilnwnll
THE HIGHEST GRADE ONLY
THE WORLD'S BEST
Clias, F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited.
"W.en you are ready,
When the Admiral's hair wao in
danger, he was prompt lo use
!!e vritep as follows concerning
it 'I have used COKS DA'DriUFF
CITE for the pas', yoar ar.d found
it an excellent prpparetion ' '
It is c-iarantecd to cu' o
Dandrjfr. Itching Scalp,
Falling Hair, and to proaote a
vigorous, healthy growth.
Iiitationa are plentiful bit ineffectual. Be sure ycu et
the genuinesold everywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A delightful toilot soap. Gives the hair and skin the gloss
ni glow of youth and porfect health'.
A. R. Bremer Co. Chicago.
HOQRON DRUG COMPANY. FORT AND KING STREET&
New YoiK. .Inly 12. Tho Right Rev.
Ilenij (' Potter, lllshiiii of tile I'm
testunt Knlbi opal Chill eh In New York,
In to many again This statement unir
made todaj upon the aiithuilty of tho I
bilde-elect, Mis. Alfred Corning Clark
widow of the millionaire paitner lnj
tlio Hlngei Sewing .Machine CuiuiJitny,
1 lie news eunie as a gieat similise
to tlie frlemlb of llishoti Totter and
MiK (Mail, The announcement of tho
engagement, which was eillled to
night from .Mis. CInrk's summer home
In Coiiiieratown, Is coincident with tho
announcement of tho engagement of
her bon, Alfied Cowing Chirk, to Miss
I'loienee I.oclcwood StoKes, daughter
of Henry II Stokes, Pieslelent of tho
Manhattan Life Insurance Company.
The Stokes family leslde at 1017 Madi
son atenue and at Mnmafoneck.
Illshop Potter, who Is made the hern
of this romance, Is now In Huropc, tra
veling with some of his children. When
last heard fiom he was In France, and
It was then reported that since leaving
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
Gridley, you may fire"
I this city In April ho had iecoeicd
much of the sticngth lost during a jcar
I of noeio ecclesiastical uuk.
The Illsliop Is sixty-sewn yea is of
-,nge, according to tliu biographies, nnd
. Mih. Clark Is about flfty-IHe She Is
Mill a beautiful woman mid hci foil'
Minn aie prominent In society Ono ot
them, Robert S Clink. Is n lieutenant
In tho "righting Ninth" Infiintiy,
which was almost decimated in lt ecr
Nice In the Philippines. Her husband
died eight jearH ago, lealng her a
foitunc estimated at $S.U00.000.
I iiisnop ratter was graduated iiom
the Theological Seminary of Virginia.
In 1857. lie mauled in tho name jeur
nnd later became lector of Giae
Church In this city. In 1SS.I ho wa
made Asnlstunt Illshop of tho New
Yolk diocese and thieo )e.us later suc
ceeded his uncle, the Right lo. lloia
tio Poter, to tho Illshopilc.
Port do Trance, Island of Martinique,
July 11. Theie t as a fresh eruption
of Mont Pelee this morning.
St. Thomas, July 11. Advices re
ceived here from the Island of St Vin
cent say that three earthquake shocks
wero experienced thero Tuesday within
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Tr&niACt huilnABfl In all riAnartmant
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Exchange bought and sold.
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Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Donds, ertt,
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nu tmre-urtKb' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel 8treet
Wm. G. Irwlr
Claus Spreckels & Co.
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an Francisco Agents The Ns
vada National Bank ot Ban Francisco
an Francisco Tke Nevada Nil
tlonal Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ot Lor
New York Amorlcan Exchange Ns
Chicago Merchants' National Bank
Paris Credit Lvonnals.
erlln Dreedner Bank.
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long-Shanghai Banking Corporation.
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Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
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Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
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Pioneer Building and Loai
A88ET8, JUNE 3U, 1901, 80,04I47
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A Saving Bank for monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICBRB-J. L. McLean, Presl
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C. B. Gray, Treasurer; x. V. Gear
DIRECTOR8 - J. L. McLean. A
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Subscribed Capital,... Ten 24,000,000
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The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
uuu Lrfuiera pi ureuit, ana transacts s
general banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
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For 12 months 4
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Branch of the. Yokohama Specie Bank
New Republic Bid., 11. King Slree
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are requested to register their
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Honolulu Bowling Parlors
Agents, Broker and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co,
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder) .New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertlll
zero. Alex. Cross & 8ons' high grndo Fertl-
I llzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
I ALSO OFFER FOR BALE:
I Parnfllne Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
I Papers; Lucot and Linseed OH,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In wnlto
1 Filter Press Clothes, Cement. Lime and
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The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmca Sugai Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iro tVo.ks, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard L 11 Cc
The Ceo. F. Blak. -.(earn Pumps.
'The New England Life Insurance Co.
, The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castlo First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Q co. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AOENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nablku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co.. Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Cc ,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Qco. J. Ross Auditor
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insurance - Agents
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C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Makee Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co..
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
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C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wa
terhouso and Geo R. Carter, Directors.
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