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EVENINO BULLETIN, IIONOLITMT, H. T., SATURDAY. AT7003T 16, 1902. J
for the announcement of our
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
CONFIDENCE THAT PHILIPPINE
FRIAR PROBLEM WILL DE AM
ICABLY SETTLED COM.
MON JUSTICE FOR ALL.
Chicago, Aug. 7. The temper of thn
contention of the Federated Catholic
Societies relative to Archbishop Ire
land's warning not to Interfere with
the Philippine question was put to the
test lit the closing Reunion today. John
T. Keating, n national ollUer of thu
Hibernians, offered a substitute resolu
tion for those previously brought be-
foie before the meeting. Keating pro
posed that the delegates dismiss thn
friar and the 1'hlllpplnc "echoed ques
tions with n mere expression of satis
faction with the manner In whlcb tin
subject Is being handled by the Vati
can and the Adinlnlsttatlon. This was
along the lines advised by Archbishop
Ireland. When a motion on the substi
tute wns put thcic was but one nlllrina
the tote, and that one was Keatlng's,
The convention then adopted the
follow Inn resolution.
Wc hercb) express confidence that
Theodore Hooicvelt, President of thn
L'nlted Slates, will perforin bis duty
under the Constitution and laws, and
our belief that be will Institute a ilgld
Judicial Inquiry into any abuses by
mlmullnate noerntnent officials In
our territorial possessions and prompt
ly rectify such abuses. Wc are espe
cially confident that In bis dealings
with the serious problems arising In
the Philippines property and personal
rights guaranteed! by treaty laws and
Constitution will be faithfully safe
guarded and protected,
"HesoUed, That wo extend to the
Mars in the Philippines our fullest
sympathy lu this, their hour of trial;
that we appreciate the value of their
services in tho cause of religion und
humanity; that we pledge them our
support, as American cltlrens in up
holding the .hands of our Government
In Its determination to see that they
are Heated with that; common Justice
that, belong to all.wbo enjoy the pro
lection of tne American flag.
"Resolved,' That this federation con
gratulates the Vatican und the Ameri
can (iotcinment on The position at
tained In the negotiations regarding
the questions which hae ailsen In tho
Philippines, and we express our full
confidence that these negotiations will
be continued until u Just and umbable
solution shall be obtained."
NEW BRITISH OFFICIALS
Work About Islands Has
DEEP SOUNDINGS IN
WATER ABOUT KAUAI
ARRIVAL OF DR. JORDAN FROM
SAMOA IS NOW BEING AWAIT
ED DISPOSITION OF
EX. YENTURA AND NEYADAN
Shrimps, I lb, and 2 lb, tins. "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Theo, H. Davies & CoItd. KS,
OUR STOCK OP
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
Is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged in San Francisco.
160 MILES AN HOUR.
Chicago, August t. With enM
gcaied tu run ltin miles an houi,
world's ri'coids tor iallwaH and
street inllwajH will probably be lue.k
en liy the Goneiul Klectrlc Company
and tho Aurora, f'Anin und Chicago
Illcctilc Compati) at n test run ruin"
time this rail. This speed trial will tin
held on a Pi-mile stretch fiom What
com northwest to Clgln.
"Six new cars which huw Just been
lecedved tor tlie opening of our r i.i.l
are built to run righty-llvi miles an
hour, but for speed tests the General
Klectrlc will supply us with genrin;
which will make the cms run Hii) inlli
per hour." said Krncst Gnnzcnlmch,
elect! kal engineer for tho road.
It will take an enoimoiis supply of
electrical power to run theso high
geuiccl surface cars. For this purpose,
thu Aurota Company has built u pow
er house at Uatavlu, containing four
engines of SI.ihmi hoiscpower each,
und, In addition, along its lino lias
elected tiw sub-stations, wbeie the
power Is tiaiisloimed and taken to a
CUBA'S MW LOAN
Havana, August 5. The Senate to
day passed the bill, which has ulreidy
been discussed and appioved In p.ilt
to empower the Uxecutlvo to iuIeu
loan of $1.000, imhj at the nilnimiim pil'ii
of 90 and ut the maximum rate of m
teiest of !i per ceut, payable In thirty
J ears, to be used to assist thu sugar
cune growers of the island. Tho bill
Includes aiithoilznllon to iuIsu wltlil'i
six months another loan of JilJ.oOO.ii'iu
to Ineliide ihe first loan. This beio.nl
loan Is to lie used to pay tbo Cuban
reveilutlonai) army nud the debts of
the lewlutlou teterted to in tho con
stitution. Some changes in thu oilgl
n.iy draft ot the bill legardiiig eucuii
ties hue been madu,
Large stock of new goods ex. Alameda,
Take advantage of our low prices,
DRY GODDS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Huuanu St,
P O tOI mi Til, il.
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Cm m It Fl. 3 Ik. ill Go, Itawi. Clila... ial Jiptom Oul, it All Ililt
. - f-f NaOtSU ItlMt
The I'ish Commission steamer Al
butross ii turned fiom lllnl Island
Thursday afternoon nfter what prob
ably will be her last cruise In Hawaiian
watciK for some time to clonic
Dr. Gllbcit, who Is In ehnrgu of tho
Investigations, stated this morning
that this last erulso had been exceed
iugly satisfactory, ninny new sped
mens having been obtained. Tho Al'
bntross went to the onl two place.,
known In this region where It is poi
slblo to diedge thu bottom at a depth
of l.Uuu fathoms. One of these pU'iM
Is near Jilt il Island, while the otlu r
placo Is off the cast (.oust of Knusl,
north of Xawlliwlll.
Despite the difficulties ofl'eieil b)
the rough bottom, several succcsifol
dredgu hauls wcru made Ihele to a
depth of 1,301) fathoms and several
new and aluablu specimens hereto
fore unknown to science, were obtai'i i
Dr. Gilbert stated that In all pro!)
ability this was the final cruise of the
Albatross in these waters for the timet
being. Whllu the ultimate decision
concerning thu movements of tbo
steamer remains with Dr. Jordan, .v.io
is uxpeeted to nrrhe hero from Sa
moa In the Kouonm on Monday, Dr.
Joidan's decision will depend prtnei
pally on the feport of Dr. Gilbert, anil
this. Dr. Gilbert status, Is such that In
all probability the work of the Com
mission lu these waters will be consll
cied finished for thu present.
The Alliatioss on this seiies if
cruises has succeeded In doing wlm
has net or been done before, nnnielv.
malting n oiy complete Investigation
of the fauna of the waters Biirro'Md-
lug the Hawaiian Islands.
This Is n tremendous task she has
accomplished, us the dlfllcnltlcs m
leied hy the toughness of the bottom
hole ate greater than those met with
In nny othei place.
In the sowntles. the Driilsh snln
Challenger, on her dredging erulso .)'
three yenis around the world, attempt
ed to dieilge on the bottom here but
gave It up niter the very first haul. Ah
coiiBcciue.'U'o. tlie fauna here has
bet'ii piacticnlly unknown and the
question has been In the scientific
uciilcl. to what tegion unci type the
liiiiuii of the wiitetH hero belong, whe
ther it Is like that found lu tlie wntem
on the coast ol America or like tint
near Jiip.ui or the southern I'ucllb'.
Although the nuitetial collected hy the
Allmtioss hu-e not yet been classified,
Dr. Gilbert stntes that It seems to re
semble close!) tlie launu of the wutois
southeast of this group.
To show what the difficulties nave
been here ill coinpailson with thct-e
met nt other places, It may be men
tioned that I'lcifc-SMir Agassi. In Ids
expedition In the wntets near rananut,
found more mateilal lu about 1"K)
dredge hauls than tho Albatross expe
dition did in Its entire cruise. Ill
which oei 4bn dredgu hauls have been
Further, despite tho fact tliatiAgtn
slz dredged to ti depth or 2.O0U fulli
onis, he never lost a dredge, while the
Albatross has suffered liiuumeiublJ
The data collected by thu Albatross
expedition will be nt linmeasiirablo
value to lutitre expositions. Careful
notes lurtu been made ot the places
wbeie dtedgllig could be conducted
Hiicccsstull). so that un expedition It.
possession ol these dnlii would be ab '
tu wink without losing much valuable
time in looking for such Hpots.
Despite tho iuct tluit tlie oxpcdltl'm
has collected a vast amount of un'.v
llnl 1)1. Gllbeit says that thete Is et
a good piutlon of tlie wink to be done.
The miit,i)tlnl collected by the Al
buttons expedition will, on its return
to thu Mainland, ho cllsti United to
specialists lu the various blanch"".
Thus, one inun will handle the ciuta
ceoilB. one the tlshes. one the ulgu
and so foith Dr. Jordan und Dr V.
ernuin, the lflitli)ologlst or tlie e,"
New York, August 5. Mis, Charles dltlon, will handle tho fishes of thn
A. Spreckels or San Francisco, who Hawaiian Islands, coutlning bis at
missed Jewels valued at ;t!U,O0u wlillo tentiou to tlie uiaiket llshes and thus
on her way fiom Paris to Calais lu tiuitul lu the shallow waters and about
take passage on the Kaiser Wllhclm the reels Dr Gllbs-it Mnuvir will
der (Jrosse arrived on that vessel t-i take thu deep water fishes and all ill"
da) She had heard nothing concern tlshes seemed lu the diedge hauls A
Ing the missing Jewell), but trusted It the Albatioss material Includes not
would lu i fancied A rewuid of J.i, only fishes but ulgue.crustareuns and
id has been offered tor its letuiu carious other unlet a1 of plant and nm
AUSTIN CHAMBERLAIN IS
NEW APPOINTMENTS ARE AP
PROVED BY KING MARQUIS
OF LONDONDERRV MINIS
TER OF EDUCATION.
London. Aug S. OfTlrlal annoutu e
ment win madu today that Austen
Chambcrlalg, ton of the Colonial Sei
retary. has been appointed I'oMmastci
Ocneral. lce the Maniuls of Loudon
detry. resigned. The appointment of
Sir William Hood U'aliond to b Chan
ccllor of the Dnch) of Lancaster In
place of Lord James of lleiefoid. re
signed because of III health, also wan
otllclally announced today.
It Is stated that a new cilme that o'
Minister or IMmiitlon, has been neat
ed, to which the Marquis of London
deny him been appointed.
It Is ollhl.ill) announced that King
IMward lias appioved the appointments
of the i:.irl of l)iulle as l.oid l.leuteti
nut of II eland. Charles Thomson
Kile lite as Chancellor or the Km hequer,
Aictas Akeis-Douglas as Home Secin
t,u. Austen Cliamberlaln as ro.-tnna
tcr Gciiit.il nud Sir William Hood Wal
tond to be Chancellor or tlie Ditch) 01
l.nninMcr. as well as the appointments
which follow" l'nsldent of the Hoard
of IMue.ittoii. the Marquis of London
derry. I'lrst Comnils-ilonei of Woiks,
Uirel Windfor, In succession to Aretas
Akeis-Douglas, rinancl.il fc'ccrotac) of
the Treiisur), William Hajcs I'lshcr
lu succession of Austen Chamberlain
(Fisher lias been u Junior l.oid of (he
Treasury since 1X9.1); I'littonagc Secre
tary of tlie Ticnstiry, Sir Alexunder
roller Aelancl-llooel. vice Sir William
Hood Walrond; Lord Commissioner of
the Tieasury. Henry William Forster.
M. I' . t'nder Sectetary foi India,, Karl
I'cicy. 1'iider Secretniy to the Home
Olllce. Thomas Horatio Arthur Kmeet
Cochrun, M. I'.; I'nder Seeretury to (lie
War Olllce. Hie Kail of Hiiidnleke. who
was I'nder Secretary for India; Par
liamentary Seeretury or IMucutlon. Sir
William Ilejtiell Anson. M P.; Par
liamentary Secretary to the Hoard of
Trade, Andrew Ilonar Law. M. P.
The Kail or Dudley. Sir William
Hood Walrond and Lord Windsor wilt
not be In the Cabinet, hut George
Wyndhnm. Ciller Secretary for Ireland,
eloes become a member.
Problems for the
From the Brooklyn Standard-Union.
How M. 1. Issuer, the New York prob
lemist, bent II. Volgt. the "boss' pla-
CI of Philadelphia. In (be New
Pciiii conespondeiiie match:
MRS. SPRECKELS RETURNS
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20 IJ tj full 20 Resigns
Guaranteed Pure. None So Good.
a - m fa ra m r r-a ra P-a pa P-a
nial llle ot these wateis. there will
he- a huge amount ol material to bo
handed over to othei specialists.
When the wink ol uriuiiglng ami
clnssllying this uiateilul has been
lompleted. the results will be ) uu
lishcil. It Is ptohahlc that they will
nine tot tit as pamphlets on each suli
je-cl. but still it Is possible that tin '
may all be gutheieil into one wink on
li animal llle of Hawaiian waters
As mod of the' specialists who will
handle the mateilal ato college) ipi
lessens, who will have to do the w.u,
in .their sp.ue time, the publication id
ilie lesulls of Ihe expedition will prou
aid) not be on hand for several ycaiM.
Speaking ol the expedition as n
whole, Dr. Gllbi'it states that he is
wry well satisfied with the results.
While some things have not been done
which In' should nave liked ri s ,
completeel. he si 111 has succeeded in
g.itheilng siteii an amount or valuable
mateilal that he feels he has ii.et
with success elispile the luniimei ili'c
dlltlMililes b) which tue expeell nn
was c ontionted
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