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JILY 30. l'JOJ
The statement made by the First
National Hank showing Its condition
during these hard times, should bu -i
sourco of confident e In the futuiu of
tho Territory nnd grntlf)liiK to stock
holders nnd the communlt) nt large.
When the )oungest financial Institution
of the cotintr) can show such good re
sults. It Is nt onco complimentary to
tho tnpaclt) of the management anJ
strengthens the linnnilnl standing ot
all Hawaii's business Interests.
MR. IAUKIM'8 VltiWS.
Tho manifesto Issued b) Curtis P.
luukea on the question of count) and
municipal got eminent comes as a sur
prise lo this paper Hie llullitln ban
never doubted the posltlc n of .Mr
laukc.i. but from the tenor of his state
incuts It would appear that he has
found a strong opposition to a posliiw
local government plank In the party
Expressions b) the Republican or
ganization. Chairman Hobertson. and
citizens who two )uirs ago were op
posed to the iuunlclp.il goernmcut
program hau lid this paper to tho
conclusion that the part) mind was
praitlcnll) made up as to the detlsle
character of the municipal plntik, that
factional division on this line wus ui
exception, that the part) was a unit
fur the eiuctment of municipal legisla
tion b) a Republican Legislature.
.Mr. Iaukea Is one of tin- solid men
of tho Tcrrltor) He Is a Haunch (Kit
ty man, diepl) Interested In the wel
fare of the Tcrrltoi) and freo from
class or race piejudlie He does not
pla) politics for pergonal gain licim
is freo from the possible charge of
ulterior molUis As u Hawaiian
American universal respected he Is In
u position to wisely and laiefull) Judge
the ti mpcr of the cleitoiale His con
clusions carr) weight.
laukea's Intimation that a consplrac)
Is un fool to place tho pait) In tin
tvuslvo attitude toward the main Issuo
of the tampalgn will cause sincere re
gret in the mind of ovcij lo)ul paity
man who has ionic to feel that sharp
differences within the part) bad been
wlj id out and the leaders and milk and
Hie weie forging ahead with the deter
mination to put factionalism aside,
meet the Issues of the hour fiankl)
and make the best of the splendid op
portunit) nt band for making the Re
publican part) the majorlt) part) ot
this Tcrrltoi) As .Mr. Iaukea s.i)s a
defeat this )i.ir will be u disaster. A
aclllator declination on municipal
Government would allennto otcx tho
Republicans can obtain fen the asking
nnd almost guatanlce nnotbci lloiuu
Hide I.eglslatuie and a Home Rule
Tho Ilullctln believes with Ml
Iaukea, Chairman Hobertson and the
present part) organization that count)
nnd municipal government Is an issuo
on which the election must be fought,
that the declarations In the primaries
tho conventions, the platform and on
the stump must be clear cut and rlnj
true. 1 ho Idea of going Into the cam
paign merel) attacking Wilcox and
tho Homo Kule part), without propos
ing a more definite program than tho
general promise to usstire better gov
ernment, Is sadl) ei rontons. If time
are gentlemen contemplating a sacri
fice of the local government plunk in
tho Republican platform. It Is to bo
Iioped tilt) will stud) well tho attitude
of the electorate before making u
campaign within the party which has
every piomlso of sending the paity to
Nowport, It. I Jul) 21 Miss Lily
Ooelrlchs, daughter of Ml. and Mrs.
Charles M Oelrlchs of New ork and
Peter Donahue Martin of San Front Is
co wore married heic today in St Jo
Hcph'H Roman Catholic Cnuieli which
wus crowded with tho fashion and
wealth of tho Nowport summer colon)
Tho guests represented tho tamllles
prominent socially unci financially In
this coiintr), many having eomo Troni
California to bo prosent at tho wed
Tho service was simple tho nuptial
mass being omitted by special dlspen
Home, July 22 Resides an apostolic
delegate for tho Philippine Islands, the
Vatican Is preparing to appoint an
Archbishop of Munlln, who piobabl)
will bo lllshop Sebastlau (icbhurd
Messmtr (a Swiss), lllshop of Green
Hay, Wis , slnco 18'J.. Three now Phil
Ipplno dioceses will also bo ticatcd.
Governor Tnft expressed a dcslro that
tho lllshop of ono of tho now dioceses
bo a native Filipino.
Tho coroner's Jury in tho enso of tUn
remains found In tho crate of Diamond
Head the other day, and supposed to b
those of Harnuef, will sit some time
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
IS 10 HI
I From the New York Sun 1
Washington Jut) 12 In the dlm;
hours of the Intc session of Congress
when minor legislation was not enact
cd with too much care a resolution
was Introduced In the Senate nnd pass
ed h) that hod) niithorlrlng the np
pulntinent of a subcommittee of the
Committee on Pacific Islands to lslt
Hawaii between now and next Decern
her. for the purpose of Investigating
Industrial nnd common Inl conditions
there The resolution was Introduced
Senator MlUhell of Oregon, nt the
request of Senator Ilurton of Kansas
Mr Mltihell said he was not Interest
ed In It. but was willing to nccommn
date Mr Ilurton The Kansas Sena
mr said be did net wixli tn inti-nilni'oK'Ose followers of lo Administration
the resolution because lie expected to!,"", V "?' ,1,e, V'i?."' ".?9 ll"
nsk for appointment on the nub com
mittee, nnd he thought that tliei thing
would be too patent If be should pro
poso a Junket for himself
After the passage of the resolution
President pro tern l-r)e, named these
members for the Hnwnllnn Junket
.Mitchell of Oregon, Foster of Wash
Ington, Ilurton of Knnsns, Cockrell of
Missouri nnd Illnckbtirn uf Kentuck)
Since the adjournment of Congress nt
lenst two of the live members have
said that the) do not wish to make tho
trip, and two others nte Indifferent Sen
ator .Mitchell sn)s he would not have
Introduced the resolution if he bad
known liH appointment would follow,
nnd he has almost refused to go Sen
ator I'oiaker ihalrman ot the full
Committee on Patlllc Islands, Insisted
howevet, thnt since Mr Mitchell was
the nominal author of the resolution
he must be appointed on tho sub com
mlltee Senator Cockrell refuses Hat
1) to make the trip Senator Foster
wants to stn nt home nnd Senator
lilackburn Is Indlffeient Senator Hup
ton bns led bis colleagues to bedleve
that he will go even If ho has to go
alone The expense of the trip will
be paid out of the contingent fund of
STRONG RUNS OFF
WITH Y0HS JEWELS
(Continued from Pago 1 )
life that lie had existed as long as lip
could on the proceeds of Miss Yohe 9
dlamonils ami that lie 'las going to
Law) or Friend Is nuthorlt) for tho
statement that Stiong Inclosed In tho
letter to his mother the kc) to the
safe deposit vault where he kept Miss
ohcs Jewell), and also Inclosed u
large number ol pawn tickets .Mrs
Strong and the Shuttucks are still at
Lenox, but the) will return on Mou
lin) and Mrs Stiong will then turn
over the ke) said to be In her posses
slot! to Law) ei Friend
The Plnkerton detective ngenc) has
been retained to tr) and find Strong
White It Is not kuown deflnltcl) how
much Ma) oke will lose. It Is equally
difficult to estimate how much Stiong
bus squnndcic-d on the woman He
von. I f'liiu be- Is said to have bad when
bo left, no mention Is made by his itl
atlves In lead to the belief Hint ho has
an) estate. It Is believed he lost tho
money In Wall street and nt the rnco
Hacks Young Stiong has been seen
nt the taces very much of late. At
the Suburban he had Miss Yohe with
him He bet heavll) that da) and lust
a big loll. He had a habit of taklni;
$1200 with him each day and betting
JJUU on cue li race.
Todu) Miss Yohe sent a cubltginni
to the man with whom she pawned
man) of her Jewels In Yokohama last
)car, sa)lng thut she would be In that
clt) Just as soon as the next sttnmer
would bilug her there Emanuel
Fili'inl the woman s law)er, stated
that them was no ariungement for
Strong and Miss olie to meet again
nt the other side of the world.
The negotiations with tho Strong
fnmll) weio carried on with seerecy.
At -1 30 o'clock Mr. Friend, who had
been In communication with Hedges
earlier In the da) drove to the latter'-)
olffco w Itli Miss Yohe Hedges thero
said he was authorized by the Strong
family to make u settlement, In return
for which Miss lube, must agree to
di op all charges against Strong Miss
Yohe was asked to stnte carefull) the
value of the property Illegally taken
from her by Strong At first the worn
an sold that she thought the Jewelry
Strong hud taken fiom the safe deposit
vault was wortli $UOOuo Hedges de
clined to figure on thut basis Then
Miss Yohe said that It was worth $1.10.
000 nn)vvu), and a settlement was then
Whatevei tho terms of si tlcmcnt
weie the) were evident!) very sutls
factor) to Miss Yohe and her law)cr
'1 lie y tamo out of Hedges' office Jubl
laut Miss Yohe's fate was wreathed
In smiles nnd sho kept patting Law) or
Friend on the back.
A detective went with Miss Yobo to
the puwnhrokci s shop Miss Voile
stiodo lutp the store, unci, tossing n
bundle) of pawn tickets clown on tho
eountei, sulci "I wunt tho diamonds
theBc call loi "
It took four clerks almost half an
hour to get Hi "stuff together, but It
wus finally bundled up and turned over
to tho woman Miss Yoho nnd Friend
paid tho pawnbiokcr nn amount said
to be $7500 Immediately on leaving
the pawnbroker's Miss Yohe, with
Friend nnd the detective, drove to the
Sturtovent House, vvhero they went
Into u e life and ordoicd Scotch high
Tho belief that Strong has started
foi Yokohama is based on u talk u
ii lend had with him ono day last week
in tho Fifth Avenue Hotel Strong
-mid then tho way mon cut nnd laugh
ed nt him bad become unbearable and
he hud determined to go to Japan,
while he bad one or two business op
A friend of the family gavo out tho
statement today that when Strong nnd
Miss Yoho left this city to go to San
Francisco, Strong had $20,000 of nls
own. The purposu of this statement Is
Washington, July 20 There Is no
longer all) doubt In Washington that
President itooscvelt stands ready to!
throw tho Inllueiicc of the Administra
tion to Representative I.lttlelleld ot
Maine If be can be Induced to heroine 'i
candidate for Speaker agulnst General
lUnelcrson in tho next Congress Some
go so r.n as to say that I.lttlelleld Is
all end) being groomed by Administra
tion leaders with this oblcct in n'ew
V1UCU ICHUIIIKn IUW11IU Clie' .UUIMt- It(,IT
scntntlvc for this high otllcc, nnd that
recent events point most dccldecll) In
The Administration does not disguise
Us dissatisfaction with the present
leadership In the House At the begin
ning of the one grent fight of the ses
sion, Cuban reclproclt), the President
found over) one of tho old leaders ar
raved against him It was onl) by the
most persistent work on the part o!
tho President that the Ilouso leader
ship was swung Into line, and then It
was thought that the Speaker and his
Immediate frit nils were working more
to save their own prestige than the
Llttlclleld was In open opposition to
tho Administration on this question
and ver) soon began to attract the at
tention of the President by ills frank
ness nnd Independence. The President
told Id in frankl) that while there vvctc
some things on which the) had not
agreed, there were mnny publls ques
tions on which the) did hold common
views, notiibl) the Issue of trusts This
led to n long conference between the
two men. In which each freely express
ed his views It vvns utter this that tho
report went abroad, which has never
be en denied by friends of tho Admlnls
tiatlou. that I.lttlelleld. at the Presi
dent s Invitation, had made a close al
liance with trie Administration, unci
might be looked upon as the Adminis
tration leader In the House Now It !s
announced thnt the President will be
Llttlclleld a guest In Maine
to show that Strong did not live all
the time on MIbh Ycmob mone) ns she
sa)s he did Lawyer Prlond admitted
last night that vvneii Strong first bo
gan going around with .Miss Yohe ha
had about flutUM. all of which, how
over he soon spent.
Atlantic Clt). N J. July 22. Tlicro
Is ever) icason to believe that Putnam
llradlcv Strong wus seen In this tit)
this afternoon Graham S Perry of a
stock biokerage firm of Wall street,
who sa)s he knows Strong personnll),
followed him some distance on the
hoard walk, and when 111 front of tho
Dunlop Hotel turned nnd spoku to him
Strong nt once, mter a violtnt start.
said "You have made n nllstuke. sir, I
in) name is Heed. He then walked
huirledly Into the hotel through the
office nnd tafo and out thiough the
side entrance to Ocean avenue Jump-1
ed into a bus and drove off In the di
reetlon ot the inllioad station
PLACE FOR BYNUM.
Washington. Jul) IS. Henry Tiche
nor of Indiana, it is said, la to be ap
pointed Assistant Secretary of the
Trensur), to succeed General Sp.iulding
soon to retire. Tichcuor Is a sou of
Geoige M Tlchenor, recentl) deceased,
wlio was a member of tho Hoard ot
Gent i ul Appraisers.
William D. II) mini Is slated to sue
teed the elder llchenor on the Hoard
of Appraisers II) mini dined with the
President Inst night, returning toda)
He declined to discuss the matter but
from an authentic source It Is learned
that the President tendeitd the ap
pointment to him Ujnutu was ap
pointed Appraiser by President McKln
lej us a Gold Democrat, but the Demo
crats of tho Senate objected to his con
firmation If appointed now he will go
In as a Republican.
GRIEF OF THE LAUNDRYMAN.
Cambridge, Mil., July 1C Tong Jack, i
a Chinese lauudrymnn, made a remark
able demonstration of grief here )es-
tenia) at the funeral of James A Ml- I
Alllster, who had saved him from tho
persecution of hoodlums ten )tnis ago
During McAllister's last sickness tho
Chinese sent flowers und delicacies to
him When be dlul the grief of the
Clilncbci vvns Intense lust beloie the
funeral lercmony he went to the house
and offered pru)crs. He hired thirty
currlugcs for the funeral, so that all
who deslrtd might 1.0 but he himself
walked behind the heaise all the wu)
from the church to tho grave He was
clad In white from head to foot When
the ginvo had been filled long Jack
covered it with flowers
HER JEWELS PAID FOR.
Now York, July 22 Wilt lover Put
nam Iliadleo Stiong mn be lie' Is now
safe fiom nirost on the chuigo of
grand Inrcen) made agulnst him on
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family scttle-d that vvoinuiis claims I
against him tbdav. A sum of nione-j
said to lie lietvvce
n ii&.ooo unci j.-uuuui
was paid to MIbs Yoho and her lawyer
this alteration In tho olfltc of Job II
Hedge's foi ninny jtars tho legal rep
rvse'iitntlvo of tho family, and in pur
suance ul bur ngiecnient Miss olio
and hoi lavvjer went ut oneo to polleo
lieadquaiters, vvbvro the) annouuce-il
that they no longer wanted Stiong at
rested H lends of Strong believe' thut
ho has gone back to Japan
When fito from Ito tbo Yukon rlvtr
Is navigable for laigo Mucin era 11101
miles a dlstunte mure than twite uk
grout as that fiom Clilugo to New Or
leans Cremation bus become so popular In
Paris that the Municipal Couneil has
decided to groatly Increase tho numbe'i
of the city's crematories.
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II LADV'S FOLIY
St Louis, July 1C Hut for the strong Convention hero today. The strife
arms of Captain Richmond Pearson vvns sharp and bitter, und there weio
llobson Miss May Celt of 1007 l.asalle exciting scenes ou tho convention
Stieet Fast St Louis, would have been tonri )Ut tuo rt,a battle was fought
diowned She was standing 011 tho In the eommltteo on resolutions, which
deck of a river )acht when she passed ttil8 i B(.SBori s.x n0I1IB nIul on wlilclj
the naval oflleer swimming In tho wn- t0 convention wnlted until nearly U
ter. Sho had met him befoie. und as otlock tonight. Tho tommltteo tamo
ho smiled at her, tho girl culled out lu vUtll mujoritj and inlnoilty leports.
bantering!)'. JAItor u sharp and decisive contest the
If 1 should fnll In, Captain Hobson. f0u,erH or lM VMclXo carrle(i tun
would )ou resciio rue?' day adopting tho majoilt) lepott, and
I most ccrtalnl) would replied tho ai,j0,lrllP(1 Ul0 comelltOI1 umll tomur.
Captain 'Iho words had baldly left ulornnCi
bis mouth when there was a splash. ' . . ,
and the girl sank lu the watcis of thai
Mississippi. I Baltimore, July 20 A fleico tornado,
Captain Hobson reulled the dangei. characterized by a wind of extraordl-
He saw tho Joke had been canlcd dan- nni) velocity, thunder, vivid lightning
geiousl) far, and sVutcel with long, and a heavy lain, buist upon Baltimore)
Lti.in.r ue,,lrna tlW till Stmt ulmfP tllO Ut 1 .10 11. m tOlIUV. Mimllll? ft Hill till.
glri luil B,lnk. Albio Gllbcrson of Klsa,
in, his companion, swam with him.
lo the teirlded men and women on
,. ,.,,, . ,,, ..,.., e, t.eme'd an n20
Morc HollBon renclicd tho spot where.
the white sailor tint was last seen. Slid-
dml) bo dlvttl, and nftci a few set-1
ouds, reappeared on the surface with
bis aim grasping the slioiilcleis of tho
snuggling girl It was ull the two men
could do to keeji tbo gill's head abovo
vviitu until the jnebt was dually
bi ought so close that thobo on boanl
could assist in tho rescue.
Altei a vigorous pounding and ad-
iniiilktiutlon of restoiutlvca Miss Ceil
itivlvtd, verj limp, but smiling To ono
of bei gill friends she said. "I Know
It was vcrv foollBli, but 1 knew I should
be rescued "
'I hen she looked nt Captain Hobson,'
who smiled rather grimly as ho leaned
ugalnst the deck i all Ho congratulated
her on her narrow escape from death
nnd went into tho cabin to put on his
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900
SPOONER FACTION DEFEATED
Madison, Wis, July 10. The follow
crs ot Gov ei nor La Follctto won a de
cisive victory over the so called stal
warts and United States Senator Jonn
C. Spooner in the Republican State
southwest, with the net result that
-eleven persons lost their lives, hun-
urecis or nouses were unioofed, trees
In tho public narks and stieets weie
torn up by the roots, many buildings
damaged and seveiul people lujured
Iho storm exhausted Its fuiy In less
than fifteen minutes Tho damage done
In the business part of the clt vvns
comparatively slight, being eonllned to
the blowing down of signs und Injuries
to loots It was In tho residence por-
tlons, ulong the ilvcr front and In tho
harbor vvhero the wind spent Its vlo-
Of those who perished nine wcro
drowned In tho haibor fiom open
bo-its, ono wus killed by a falling trco
and ono by a live wire
In the matter of woman's rights
Abjsslnlu Is far ahead of I.'urope. The
house with all Its contents belong to
the wife, and If the husband offends
her sho turns him out until he Is fully
repentant and makes amends.
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Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafMnc Point Co.'a P.& II. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed OIL
rnw and boiled. 1
tndurlne (a cold-water paint), In whlto
l nnd colors.
' Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro Wo. kB, St, Louis, Mo.
Tbo Standard LU Co
Tho Geo. F. Blah, jtcam Pumps.
Tho New England Life Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Flro Ins. Co. of Hartford.
Tho Alllanco Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINlfd
'II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
iW. O. Smith Secretary
'Geo. R. Carter Auditor
jSngar Factors and
1 Commission Agents
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
tation Co, Nnhlku Sugar Co, Klnel
Plantntlon Co, Hawaiian Sugar Co,
Knhulul Railroad Co,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels VIco President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
I II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
i AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
'""l w W v TTTT e vl trrrir Tj
LIFE and .FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN.
8URANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE IN8URANCF. COM.
PANY OF HAnTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, hunolulu, T. H.
I Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
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Honornu Sugar Co, Wnllultu Sugar Co..
Makee Sugar Co .Halemkala Ilanch Co
The Planters' Line of Son Francisco
Packets, Chns. Brewer & Co.'a Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E, r. Bishop.
Treasurer nnd Secretary; Col. W. F
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouso and Geo. R. Carter. Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
Queen Street, Honolulu
The Lnucushlro Insuranco Co..
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Bie.
the old Sowing Machine Agent, is stIU
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
8tock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
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