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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., I'M DAY, SHIT. 2.1. If0l.
ARTISTIC IN DESIGN
GRANITE, BRONZE, MARBLE
Satisfaction guaranteed In every
J. C. AXTELL
1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
'Phone iSoi Hltie I'.O. Box 642
The principal riMsons why
you should buy a Leonard
It keeps food cold ami pure ,
It uses little ice and can lie
taken apart to be cleaned.
It is porcelain lined and
always easy to clean,
Has air tirjlit doors that slay
ts made under the lattst
soientifk principles ami is the
best refrigerator made.
Call and see it fit
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
will make nn old vehicle- look
as good as now and nt very
Thoy nro uncxeeellcd fur
benuty, brilliancy nnd durabil
ity and icady for application,
Pur agricultural Implements,
windmills, wagons, etc., uso
our ready-mixed "Durable
Wagon and Implement Col
ors." Lewers & Cooke,
77 S. King Street.
Electric clipping machine. Experi
enced man. Ilorsca caned for and re
turned without extra charge.
CLUB STABLES, LTD.
FORT, above HOTEL STREET
'Phone Mala 109
mountain section ot ti ill (
Kolawaklue, containing n tr ol
Tbls land extends from a short 1
tnce above the Lunalllo Home to Ui
nak, ot Tantalus and thenca to tkl
head ot Manoa Taller. It lacludei a
portion ot tho upper section ot Fanoi
Tke Government Tantalus Koac
rinds through the property for abon'
three miles, making easy accesi aval
able to all parts. It contains all of tki
eaolce, available locations for Moua
There are never-falling spring at
tke nppor end of tho property wklsi
oold be opened up and made to far
alsh an ample water iurply. Tkert
are several houses and gardens on tk
The land la heavily timbered aa
readies an elevation at Ita highest
retst of ovor 2,000 feet In the troplei
hbjfc elevations bring health. For tar
tkar Information apply to
A. V. QBAK,
ftiirtjii'n iii'tfi iTf r i TftiiAMl
" Down where the Wurzbarger flows "
It creates a icnsationof pure d light.
Wurzburgcr Ss our new bottled beer. A little
darker than. " Primo" and especially eocd for
home use. It has all the strengthening proper
ties of malt extracts and Ss far more palatable.
Order Wurzburger from your dealer or direct
Irom the brewery.
The Writing on
When interpreted was found to mean " Weighed
in the balance and found wanting." Many
brands of butter are found wanting in weight,
quality and freshness. If you want butter that
weighs full sixteen ounces to the pound, is
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Retail 22 TELEPHONES Wholesale 92
FLIRTING WUH J tPANRSE
BEHIND DIPLOMATIC SCENES
bcueved some: agreement has
BEEN REACHED BY TWO A3I-
A TIC POWERS RUSSIAN
OPINIONS OF IT.
Hi Petersburg, Ktipt. 17. -Important
developments regarding China's atti
tude toward tho belligerents In antici
pated lion: In well-informed quarters,
Tliero aru rumorH of closor relations
between China and Japan, of tho pos
sibility of tbo Japanese turning over
I'ort Arthur when captured to China,
of their restoring Manchuria to thn
Chinese, etc. Although theso reports
arc not confirmed they lead to finite a
general belief that aomo nort ot nego
tlatlons nro going on behind the
scenes of which tho outaldo world ha
little cognizance. Tho Itinm says It ha
llux es thu Japancso successes are cm
boldcnlng tho Chlncuo (lovcrnmcnl
more and moro and thoy nro prompt
Ing such diplomatic stops as China
iiuver dreamed of before Slnco tho
Japancso occupation ot Nowchwnng
und direct contact between tho Chi-
nun.) and Japancso thoy havo seemed
to quickly reach an understanding, tho
occupation of noutral territory evok
ing no protest.
Tho Iluss expects tho war to take
on a phase, aa Chinese neutrality van
ishes, which tho Powers In their agree
ment to prescrvo Culna'n neutrality
cannot Ignore. Moreover, tho twit
believes tho situation will call for
deeds and not words. It concludes:
"Wo need not bo unduly alarmed,
howovcr. Tho Interference of China
will scarcely bo to our disadvantage."
Ambassador McCormlck, as custo
dian of Japanese Interests, has mado
Inquiries regarding tho two suspected
Japancso spies, Constantino Saratorl
nnd Mamachcl Tokakl, recently arrest
ed hero. Ha ascertains that thu au
thorities only contomplato deporting
Tho Novoo Vremya bitterly tin
uouncCH tho suggestion of pcarn ad
vanccd by Moshcrsky, In tho Gazcdaln,
as a means of "defeating tho selfish
ends of Great Urltaln and (lei many,"
both of whom, M. Mcshcrsky asserts,
L" I AJjfKsVWtiyNJtliU'i 4H.V3:77J!m
m .". v ,.) Hiir-f-fcj ri,r;ti ateussE
the substantial mantel clock, or the ponderous hall
clock, all are here.
j Reliable lime keeper.i in
M. R, COUNTER,
absolutely pure and the very high
est quality use
We deliver it hard and cold
to your home on ice.
Tho Km no Viemyn nnnismcos that
tho Russian people would not tolerate
the self-humlllntloii of the Empire be-fox-
Tho Emperor's congratulatory mes
rngn to General Kuropatkln Is regard
ed lib only putting an end to thu stor
tas of Imperial displeasure with Kuro
patkln s generalship at the battlo of
Telegiaphlo reports from tho lied
Cross show the follow lug proportion of.
It.ltl.'lltu fklirTerblf rntln iinnmlu iir ,11m.'
taso out of tho total sent to thu hospi
tals In the ana of thu military tipeia
lions: Cases or suveru Illness, Id per
cent.: slight Miners, IC per icnl.;
mounded, 31 per cent. The only epi
demic dlsenho noted is djsenteiy, with
(J per it'iit. of cades.
. I'pon ills promotion to the rank of
General of Division, announctd Inst
night, General Samsonoff gets thu SI
berlan Cossack I)llslnn.
General Hkugnrevskl is piumntt-d to
thu command of thu Sixth Army Corps.
Hn formerly commanded the Twenty
wevciitli Infantry Illusion.
"SAID PASHA" TOMORROW.
The iehearfal of Said I'asha laxl
night ut tho Opera House was mittens
fill lit eery respect. Captain Jors
ttrom as Said I'aaha will make a hit
He ban the commanding appearance
and 1h an experienced man with the
grease )ot. Tho bale of seatB for the
third and laU night has been largo aud
the last performances promises to be
tho best of all. Thero will be no other
change in the cast besides in the title
Fine Job Printing at tht Bullttlr
HE LATEST NOVELTIES
in FALL M1LJNERY
will arrive per next steam
from the Coast for
Miss Power's Mi.linery Parlors,
100 Pound Bales
$1.10 per Bale
GERTZ BROS. Tel White 3231
you want a clock that will
keep accurate time ?
You can find it here.
The dainty ornamental clock
all styles mul sizes.
1142 Fort Street.
LOCAL AND GENhRAL
It greatly troubled with inosqultoei
notify the Board of Health.
Head "Wants" on pnt, 6.
liny Century Music, 10c, at Wall,
Oora Paul is dead but Paul Jones still '
lives at the Pantheon. ,
The, best cup of Hawaiian coffee In
tbo city. N. England Ilakcry.
The calv if thu Mnlle saloon fixtures
Joes not ocmr until Monday next.
Drop in nmt roc our new line of hand
palnlcd dinner cards. Arlclgh Co"
Kngraved cards and stationery with,
a tono that stamps them exclusive,
made, by llcakbanc, Hotel nmt Union
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Giles, who lett
for the Coast some time ago, write on
this Alameda that they aic on their
Our cafe growing In popularity
oery day. It's tho home cooking with
quick sen Ice that docs It. Hart & Co.,
Ltd. Tho Elite.
Consult us and we can tell ytm how
to (tno moncx. In your feed bill and
keep your animals In good condition.
California Feed Co.
Kor exercise, recreation, health and
sport go to tho Horseshoo Saloon.
Bowling alley free, of charge. Hotel
street, near Nuuanu.
Our Toy Department Is complete
with Children's Dlrthday (lifts. Wall
Carriage Lamp sale nt Sehumnn
Cnrrlagn Co, this week. l)ah l.ampi
for fl.tS each. Regular price J2.30.
First tome, first served. Call carlj
nnd taku jour pick.
The sfainur Noomi nirlwd from
Kauai polls this morning nt 1:55
o'clock with SS0 bags rlie, n bawl
paddy, UU baga rlie bran, !i bnuillc"
hides nnd 21 packages suudiles.
Helen Aknu sues Katie Sllllman In
ejectment, claiming that the tatter ha
unjustly taken Into possession tortaln
rcnl estate at Kamakela, Honolulu, ton
tnlnlng an area of 2,Z.2 squaii- fctt.
Hamuel Saxldge, truxtci-K of .lanit-s
12. Fullcrton, sues Mary Ilertelmnnn
and l-'raiil; C. llcrtelmanii for that tie
fenilants aru alleged to hau- unlawful
imssesslun of thu Kulu of I'uualo.i, mau
l.n of tho King street road, at Knllhl,
weakening nussla'"nnn'H'"' I'lalntlff flams title to Innd
ami nuiiuiiigs ny puniiaKe .
MURDER TRIAL DELAYED
(Continued from Pane 1.)
lmo sat in thai Jury box as long its ho
Mabune nnd l'armalet' passeil for
cause. Doth of thvso gentleineii be
I lleved that thu Japanese wt-ro moro
I prune to nets ut vlulcncu than pcopln
of other races.
I.nwelnuo had irecutly adopted feel
ings against capital piuiltliinoiil.
"Hut on would. If sworn us'a Juror,
try .tint tuso on Its merits f'-
"I would refuse lo take the oath."
"Oh, you've got on lo that, too, hao
you?" mid 1'iosser, and there was
laughter. J.nwclnwe wus excused,
There then remained no moru tilal Jur
ors from whom to draw.
1'iusscr asked that tho Court sum
mon tnlermi'ii from the bystanders. At
this point sereinl spectators In tjio
coutt loom iiiul hanging around tho
door took n rapid sneak for the outside
of the building. Defendant's coimsil
nbjetted to the tailing of talesmen and
(lie Court thereupon ordered n vpwlnl
rnlrt- of thlity-si persons returnnblo
at 10 o'clock Mondny morning next,
Cnthrart objected, contending that
the names in the "trial Jury box" had
not been deposited then) according to
proper pi lifetime.
Judge Clear, during tho calling of Iho
names for sptclal venue, took otcn-
slon to remaik that tho present Jury
law was t-outiiiually showing Itself tu
lm woefully lueffectlvii; that the pre
rnt Act ought to bo repeated by tho
next Legislature and an effective Act
Among the thirty-six names on the
special cnlre are: II. I'. Dillingham,
John tsaai-, IMgar U U'Wls. Thot. Tool
W. O. Atwater. W U Kletcher, J. C
Axtclt, II. H, Kaohe. (luy 0ens, Jo
beph Niiiilaina, J. H. Gnlt, Wlllard 12
Brown, Joseph Anilrnde, Frank Cai
alho, Andrew Pierce, 13. V. I'eterson
and II. C. Austin.
Homo of those called are not cltlrens,
many hao heretofore been excused
from murder Juries on account of con
sclentlous scruples against tho Initio
lion of the death penalty, several
among Hawaiian havo on pievlous ex
taslnnn claimed unfainlllarlty with tho
L'ngllbh language and a few aio nhxent
from tho Territory l'rohably, out of
the thirty six who nro summoned to
appear on Monday morning Iho or six
may bo passed for causo (upon their
examination its to tiualillcatlons to sit
as Jurors), the rest being excused for
various dls'iuallfylng reasons.
The present Jury system, tho Inw be
ing framed by Judge Do Holt, Is inade
quate. Incite! tlto and expensho to tho
Territory Inasmuih ns it causes wasto
of nluablo time, money and energy.
In tho lirst place, 1!S0 is not n sudlclent
number of men, tOO or D00 are needeit
and the methods of calling and pro
viding for trial and grand Juries nrc
tompllialed, uncertain and cumber
some. Tho mistakes ami carelessness
ot tho Jury commissioners, in addition
to tho cumhersomeness of tho law, cre
ate confusion and waEto ot time, and
money, as frequently nnd previously
manifested, minors, non-eltlcns, de
feased persons, non-residents and clear
ly disqualified persons being Included
in the list of 2S0.
See these before you see othcrr. They are
new, serviceable and by far the best Football
Shoe, at the price, ever offered in this city.
CLEANING IN DKYDOCK
STEAMSHIP DRINOS MANY WELL-
KNOWN ISLANU PEOPLE AND
LARGE MAIL FROM
The reliable Alameda appi-tircd ofl
port from Han 1'runilstu tarly tills
morning. Owing to the fait that sh
uas on the dry dock during her sta
In Snii rrantlsco and had bcr bottom
thoroughly cleaned.thti et-n-l made still i
better time than usual. As a matter i
of fait she had lo slow down jesterday
tu order not to arrive nil tho harbor
during the night. She was docked at
the Oiranb wharf nt about 7:10 oMocI;
and In spllu ot tho fail thai her malt
was larger than usual, had ll all dcliv
cred nt 7:15 o'tloil:, the time the M'U
The Alameda made the voyage In
(Ito days, hcvenleon hours ami forty-
four minutes. I'lne weather was ex
perleiued throughout the trip, whlili
unt absolutely uneuntful. No es
bes of any description weiu slghteil.
Thu Alnmedn brought u fairly largr
FORT STREET &S
"u "i? "t "w an w in Tif U U 7iJr 7i? "Hi 1& d! "mi if "in "St in in iat ittcz
list of tnlilu passengers, iimoiig thtuii'"
Uing ccu-ml well known island peo
ple. (illicit N. tlatchi'ldcr, Iho themlst of
the Kohnlii Susar Company, returns
from the mainland with his bride.
Mrs. K. W. Carter, the wife of thu
prt-fent malinger of the Parker Itiiinh
on Hawaii, returns from the mainland,
mompanlecl by her sou.
('. Clifford Is a prominent of!i lal ot
the t'nlon PacluV railroad who coiiil-u
tu spend a vacation In Hawaii. He is
Hictimpnuled by Mrs. Clinonl and Misi
(' On Hoi. the manager uf I). I'. I'hI-
eis & Co., leturns from n trip to the
H. K. Hunt nnd II. Ollffe arc Atistra
1 Ions who will remain In this ilty
awaiting the departure of thu licxl
stenmir for tbo Colonies,
Mis. Johnstone la tho wife ot W. 1'.
Johnstone, tho civil engineer.
I'. A. Knuilsen returns fiom Chltugu
where he was one of Hawaii's delegates,
to the Ucuuhlltnn National Couu'n
J. S. Itoss, the passenger ugent, ii
again a passenger for Honolulu.
Dr. J. M. Whitney, the dentist, it
turns from a vuratlou trip to the main
land, Jlv is ai'tompnnled by Mrs. Whit
K. It. 0. Wallaro, tho bookkeeper of
the Wilder Steamship Company, re
turns from a trip to the mainland.
The Alameda had twenty-three steer
age passengers. Her mall was nbnr
the avtrage. number 337 bags. Tin
fteanisbju brought 1470 tons ot freight
WATCH FOR WARSHIPS.
Washington, Sept. 17. Instructions
were sent to Hear Admiral Goodrich
at San IVauelsco today directing him
tu detach one ship from his squadron
when he leaves for Magdalcna Hay to
hold the autumn tnrget practice.
The M'sscl detached will lomalu In
the lcliilly of Snn rrnnclsco, prepnr
id to enforce neutrality should other
Hiisslau or Japancso M'smls put In nt
tho (Joldon (late. Tho W)umlng hnr
also been unified tu remain nt Hrem
ti ton in readiness for Iho snmo duty,
Tho Department has no Infoimallnii
tb.it t licit' aro other Husslnn cruisers
bound for tho Pacific' Coast, but there
Is talk to the effect around San Kraa
clsct) nnd It was thought advisahlu to
bo ready for any emergency,
Will be discussed and all their most
Interesting details explained In SAT
By MR. DOOLEY.
"Don brag becauso ou happens to
bo a little lucky," sulci Uncle nbeu'. "If
do ben wouldn't cncklo so loud about
do egg she tloiio laid, do wliltu folks
wouldti' bo so ll'hlo to rob do lies',"
We have Just opened .1 new
line of these goods.
Got the new "Brooklync"
League Shoe, with re-enforced
anldc and the Dartmouth
COOLING - DRINKS
For the Long Summer Time.
Quarts. Pint;, Splits.
With a dash of Delicious Fruit
Syrup:, a dozen flavors better than
any soda water ever concocted.
Also, Sole Agents for the
Celebrated Apcnta Water
LEWIS & CO , LTD.,
169 KING STREET.
240 2 Telephones
M. Phillips & Co.
WboltiaU Importer and Jobbara.
AMERICAN DRY OOODI.
Fort and Quten Sta.
Best In the city. Cool and Refreshing,
Hawaiian Soda Works
Talephon llu 1871.
$50.00 for $1.00
Ladysmith Shooting Gallery,
TOP Of PUNCHBOWL.
CASH PRIZE OF $50
Buy a Piano
Thehapplnfv.flf home I not inm
plele withiitit a good piano. We
sell on the Instalment r'-i" or tor
Bergstrom Music Co. Odd Fellow Bdg,
YES, WE ARE GOING TO
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTJ.,
Wc always buy our patterns first as can then say the
quantity of materials required and save the cost of a yard
or two that is lost money otherwise.
They arc now showing:
Pretty Lawns and Organdies
that make dainty Waists and Skirts.
Their NECKWEAR we think is the most StHsh
of New York's Latest Designs and the Prices arc suited
to our pockets.
PARASOLS in Colors fron.- $2.00 up, wc say
have never been equalled in this market.
HONOLULU STOGK EXGHAH
HONOLULU, Sept. S.'l. 1004.
NAME OF STOCK
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L U Kerr ft .o lm
Pwa Pi Mil Inn Co
HiwilUn Agriculture Co
Mw com -uer .o
MawallinSuKir Co .
MonuRiu Sunr Co
Honokia Sucir Co .
HiilrlSuear Co ..
Kifiuku Piintatlafl Co
Kihcl IMinutlon Co Lti
Kolot Sufrar Co ...
McRryJc bu(rf Co .
0hu Sugar Co ..
Onomca Suear Co
Ookala Sugar f'tant Co
Olaa Sugar Co LU
Olowalu Co ...
ff.ooo ooo, o
t.tco ooo. H
Paiuhau Sugar Plant Co
r a cine sugar Aim
PU Plantation Co
Pepwkeo Sugar Co ....
PlnnMf Milt Co .
Waialua Agricultural Co
wanuKU aug,ar ui
Walmanato Sugar Co ,
WltJStimthlo Co ...
lnttrUUnJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian tfectrlcCo m
HonHTft LCoPfJ .
Hon P T & L Co Com
Mutual Telerhone Co
Oahu R & L Co -..
HHo RallroaJ Co ... ,
Haw Ter 4 v p c -.-Haw
Gov tt .
Haw Com ft Sue Co $ pel
lvi i'ianiio pc .
Haiku Sugar Co 6 p e
Haw Sugar Co6pc
HlloK U Co Con 6 p C.
Hon U T ft L Co 6 p c
Kahuku llant Co 6 p C
Oahu R ft LCo6pc
Oahu Sugar Co 6 pc
Ola a Sugar Co 6 p c. . .
Pal Plant Cn
Pionnr Mill Co 6 p C -Waialua
Sales 1 Id llann.
laltia, SuQ; .In I'.nn.
IC2, 55 Wa-
Latest tugar quotation 4.255 cenU.
I'lcrpont Morgan ftnokes rather a
good brand of cigars, He Ii.ib them
made especially tor himself by a firm
in Cuba. They arc wty largo ami
etrong ami they to?t him tn cenU
apiece, even when he buys them by tit
tliOUand. One ot bin bimlncas awo
flates paya SS ccntu for each of hit
smokc, but Mr. Morgan regard! thia
pi Ice as wasteful and cMraaganU
NORMAL SCHOOL BUILDINGS.
Proposals will bo received at tho of.
Ilie of tho Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, until 12 o'clock m.
of Oct. 2(1. llitit, for constructing Nor
mal School Ilulldings. Honolulu, T. II.
Plans nnd specifications aro on fltu
In the Dillon of the Asst. Supt. of Pub
lic Works, Honolulu, copies of which
will bo furnished Intending bidders on
leeelpt of $3.00, which sum will ho re
turned tu the bidder after ho has de
posited his bid and riturncd tho plans.
Proposal must be submitted on tho
blank forms, which will bo furnished
by tho Asst. Supt. ot Public Worka
ami enclosed In a sealed envelopo ad
dressed tn I lou. C S. Hollowny, Super
intendent nt Public Works, Honolulu,
T. II.. endorsed "Proposal for Normal
School Ilulldings, Honolulu, T. II."
Knch proposal must contain the full
n a me of tho paity or parties milking
the same aud must bo accompanied by
a certllled check for IS0O.no, payablo
to C. S, Holloway, SuiH-rlntendent of
Public Works, ns surely that If the;
proposal bo accepted a contract will
lie entered Into.
No proposal will bo entertained un
lets made on the blanks furnished by
thu Asst. Supt. of Public Works and
submitted previous to 12 o'clock m. on
tho day speclllcd.
Tho Superintendent reservca Ito
right to i eject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent ot Public Works.
Honolulu. T. II., Sept. 22, 1304.