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RVEMINO nUM.F.TIN, HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY. SRPT, 21. 190C.
S V Yi 4j ' , ' 'iWft " ' ' - i'' -" . w - ) , V VkX ?
Perfection Regular- 5 p. m.
Alt vlsttlnR members of the
order aie cordially Invited to nl
tend meeting!) o( local lodges.
f, HARMONY LODGE, No. S, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:S0
In I. O. 0. K. Hall. Kurt street.
K. II. IU:NIiHV. Secretary.
l O. IIO'ITCU N. (1.
All vlsltlrg bro'heru cry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of l.
Meets every Tuesday uvonlng nt
7:20 oVlocl; In K. oC P. Hall, King
atrret. Visiting tirotlien cordially In
vited to nlteni'.
O. J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
F. WALDRON, K.R.H.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meots every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7: 30. Mem
bers nt Mystic LocUe, No. 2, Win. Mo
Klaley I.ndga, No. 8, find visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. IIOND. C. 0.
A. 8. KKNWAY, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 61a, B. P. 0. C.
Honolulu LodKO No. C16, II. P. 0. R.,
will meet In ttietr hall, on Miller
and Uerctaula streets, every Friday
Hy order of tho V R.
HAURY II. SIMPSON,
H. C MURRAY, 15.11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:10 o'tlocl: In K. ot P. Hall, King
rtrot. Visiting brothers cordially in
vito to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
E. A. JAC011S0N, K.K.rf.
"HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Ueets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNUtf
DAY evciulngs ot cadi uiontli at 7:20
rdock In 1C of P. Hall, King Btrt-L
Visiting Kaglu.1 aro Invited ti ai
DAM McKKAOJE. W.P.
11. T. MOORE. W. 8ocj.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
Meets every flrsi nr.t UIrd THURS
DAY of ench month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' llulldlng, Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
la desired at uvery meeting.
Transaction of Business.
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HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meitu "every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE, Siichom.
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and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
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, Don't lose tills business but
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Deautlful site, bracing air, maonlfl
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Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 79S.
832 FORT ST.
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and Other Desirable Localities.
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ON WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Oiler Refused.
Best 5c Smoke
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For Fine Millinery
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COAT AND PANTS
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IIS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Go alter It with a Bulletin Want Ad.
and get Itl
The Olobo sells It cheaper,
Autos for hire at Tor. Stalilea.
Mrs Myers left mi the Sonoma.
Mrs. II. Tnylui left on the Komiiiia.
Ur. Colih went to the Coast today.
J. I). Tucker n n Koiionm tinssei.-
Kcr. Up will attend tho hcskIoiis of (lioj
llralid l.nm or Citliruriilii, V ti A. M
Mrs. II. liouo uas a Sonoma passed
Rer. Mr, Will tin uctit to tho Coast to
day. Miss I.. Iluslinell wont to tho Coast
Ml I.. Stulli went on the Sonoma
Mrs. M. I). Sclmneld left for the
Mrs. C. A..CottrclI left for tho Statoi
Mini J. llubon sailed for the Coast I
Mrs. P. V. McDanlels salU-d on Hie
Mr. and Mm. Jns. C. Wilder left oil
the Kolionia today,
James HnatdliiK and wife left trl.iy
mi the Sonoma.
Ileit cup of loltfo In tho city. New
t'li.is. H. Dole was a Sonoma parpen
Iter for tho Suites.
II. II. IIiintliiKlmi nailed on the So
noma for tlio'Co.iftl.
IIiikii llarlinaii waxn i.iBciicr who
left on the Sonoma today.
11 Ins dram Hallo sailed for the State.i
today on hoanl the Sonoma.
MIkh I'Miiipihc TIioiiiii.oii sailed on
Hi- Sonoma this afternoon.
Ml". Silliei wont to Hie Coast on
the Sonoma this nfteruoiiii.
Mm. V. A. Sween H.illid for the
Coast loda on the Sonoma.
Mm. Muiy Hind wax a Sonoma ni-
h-iikit iMKiM-ii ior ine i nasi.
Jndeii C. V. Slnik nm Wife wont to
the Coaxt today mi tho Sonoma.
i tin linn name of the Ciulo Pawn
Co. Ih now Tho Hawaiian I'awn Co.
Mis. "I. SorctiKiiu ami MImi II. K.
Soienfon wont on Uiu Sonoma today.
Harmony l-oilb No. 3, I. 0. (). 1'.,
mceta tuntchl at T.T.Q In 1. 1). 0. 1'. Hull.
Aithur Wleuaml mid wife wero iiaa-
seugors for the SIiiIoh on llio Sonoma.
Dr. Nurituatd. the luillorlal velei-
Inarlan, returned from Kaunl j osier-
Mt,x T. Rtuh.i and two rhlldien were
tMiol;td for jiaiviaRo on tho Sonoma tw
ibiy.i A dhorre siimiiioiis In. re.MticKhnr-
Miii vs. Mael'heihoii is iiiihlisiie.j In lliliij
Itsue. - I I !l
(,'lian. K. .N'olljiy, Jlomtt lluli) rnnill
ilntrJ for ()oiiin, a'nhiil.fioia Kauai
Mr. mid Mrs. It. V. T. I'urls nnd
MIkk I'urvlii iaineoier from Ktulal
Neatly furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular. ?l, ll.GO and J2 per week. 11H3
Mrlt.1 J. I), Harries nud Iwo (hlldren
woio p.isHoiiKers on (in Sonoma for tho
Tho latest wrinkles for-football nuv
(in display ut I.'. 0. Hull A: Sun. Cult
and ke them,
An KurIIkIi hull pup hax been lost:
rownul will ho paid lor lis toturu. Sou
JudK and Mrs. Wilder re turned .'on
the Sonoma this niornliiK from tlulr
trip to Sydney.
Mrs. WIho wllli her two i-hildrrn
sailed on thu Htonmer leaving for the
CoaEt this nfteriioon.
C. J. Hiitchlns, thu ngent ot the ra
tine Mutual, went to t:iu Slates this af
ternoon on thu Sonoma.
W. (1. Rowland nnd Mrs. II. How land
nnd child were iaHwiii,viH on the So
nonia for the Coast today.
Mr. nnd Mis. A. I). Baldwin and Dr.
W. I), llnlilwlii wero jiaseiiBerH who
loll Honolulu today for the Coast.
(Jiejlili LodKo No. U71, l & A. M.,
will hold IIh regular monthly moetluK
tonight. All WsltiiiK .M.iiuiiH me Invit
ed. Tluro niu "Two kinds" of Soda, one
kind ut Chambers Drug Co., which Ih
tlm Iiexi, 'I'lieu theiu ato nil the oth
ers. New goods aro ready nt IIIoui'a
I.ndloH muslin underwear, Hkltt-wiiIsU,
xklits, clillilrcii'u dresseb nud ladled'
If you wiiiild own jour own home
nnd are looking for hat gains you'd hot
ter look In nt the olllcn of Trent K
Coiuiiaiiy. Hotter lead our today's ad
Miss .Mary Crowes nnd MIkr lleutilre
Taylor yestentny rojiienenled thn l'ro
motion Commltien on ti lour of lusnec
lion of tho lallioad trip to Kahiiku mid
"Arahle" andled to. Iron roofn re
duces temperature an much ns 115 de
gree. This lias liecn ascertained hy
actual test. California Feed Co.,
I'urser Hudum of tho Htoamer So-
uomn Ih not on hnaul this oyago. Ilu
was detained la Sydney hy thn mtIiiiih
IIIiicsh of his wife, mid Aided Con
quest la inline liursor for the oyiigo,
Romemher u delicious dinner at the
popular price of oun dollar Is sen oil
every evening on tho groat fieinl-elr-
eular lanal of the Seaside Hotel. Ile-t
vnluo for tho nionoy nud inolout plain
In town lo dine. ,
Hioclnl l-'oiestor Agout ChitR. S. Jtidi
has filed u icioit on the eleven-year-old
riihher trees found nt Kuloa. He
sIvoh dotnllod liifiirmatliin irgaidliiR
tlui iiiimher, Klzes nud ngex of the trees,
which he found doing well, although
I hoy had hrm iiegkited.
I'. Mel.'ino and family sailed on the
Sonoma today. They go to Potto Itiui,
whoio Mr, iMelmo has aci opted thu
nianagei'HliIji of n laige sugar planta
tion, lie lias been a plantallon mali
nger on tho islands hem fur many
years, and his large nunuxr of frleiidi
will he sorry tu luso him,
A juice list of i. S. public ilimtmeuts
for bale hy the Riipoiliitondent of doc
uments, Cuveiimicnt l'llullug OllUe,
WaHhlngton, conlalns ju tlllei i elat
ing to Hawaii. The in Pes range fium
Be. to 40c nnd JJ.70 will fi ch tho whole
hiineh. Thorn urn tun ut tho highest
price. 40 rents, viz.: "Sailing directions
for Islands, Hiclts and shoals to tho
westwnrd," and "Itupoit of Hawaiian
Do I INeeci
r. No, I don't need
'cause I can't read.
could read I'd get glasses
sure, I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
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MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE &. MONUMENT WCRK3.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDG., 178-1EO KINO STREET. PHONE 887.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
Midway, Sept. 2.1. 'J 4S p, m. The
Mongolia hailed for Honolulu at d
o'clock thin .iftcmo'iu iiiidir her own
steam. Sao Is nceimijuulod )iy the
Tile lliifoid has the Mongolia's uialhi
njid patiengen ntiuitd. 'the ships will
keep together dnrliig the vujage.
The p.iKscnKCrs left In good health
nud spirits. Tiny ray they enjoyed tho
pliiilc on .Midway.
Havana, Sepl, 22. Indications nro
that a K)litlon of, tho Cuban dllllciilly
will ho I cached without Inlorwntlon,
mi I ho harlK of ittalnlng l'alma In the
ploHldenoy ntu ordering now elections.
1 Iftceu hundred Ainirlcaii luariues
I.oiiiUiii, Sijitcmhor 22. Atuerlcatl
lulei volition In Cuba In regarded uu
COMES TO STAY
Chicago. Sept 2 Senator Hover-
Idge. of Indiana. In n specs h made Pcim
last night, ilurlarod that If the Hag Is
I allied In Cuba It will remain there.
... n !
FIERCE RACE RIOT
Atlanta, Sept. 22.- A taie riot follow
In;; a number of assaults ujon while
women Is tcpoiled. Twenty negroes
niu said to have Leon killed and thn
moh Is beyond control, Tioops Imvh
been called out.
JEWESS LEADS ANARCHISTS
St. I'clcrsliuiK, Sept. 22. Twelve nr
icsls have been iiuule In connection
Willi the ultempt upon thn life of l'io
tiller Stolypln. The leader of tho toii
Jjjliac) Is n .lowers.
Manila, Sept. 2.1- It Ih reported that
the gunboat Helena has mink on thu
Havana, Sept. 211. Disappointment
Is expressed ut thn likelihood of peace
without liilcivcutlou. Thn business
delimit illsliu.-ts the ability of tho
t iibaim tu govern themselves and
St. rotcishittij. Sept. 2U. Tho Jap
anese um foitlfyliig Snghallen con
trary lo the Tioaly of I'ortuinouth.
RACE RIOT CONTINUES
Atlanta, tin. Kept. 21. Ten have
been killed and foity Injured 111 tho
laco Hot. Tioops of nrlllloiy me now
n eonlinl Tho rnlnoiiH have been
closed and the tiuuble Is abating.
SULTAN'S ILLNESS SERIOUS
Constaiilluoiile. Sent. 23. Tito Hill-
liiu'a malady Is said lo ho raueer uf tho
ON EVE OF BATTLE
Washington, Sept. 21. A battle Is
Imminent lu San Domlne" wl"' lll
PRESIDENT'S TRIP DEAR
Washington, 1), C. Sopt. 7. See
letniy llnuapailo Ins given sonin at
tention to iiriaiigemoiits for III" I'res
Ident's ruining Hip to tlm (anal nine.
Two of the hlg Hhlps will ho fcont. one
In convey tlu 1'iosldont "nhout thu
On tho Zone tho work of painting,
Morning and furbishing tip things In
anticipation or tho President h visit
Is nlrendy Mm ling and tho expense,
of tho trip, for these tilings nnd for
the President's tiavel will make up a
very largo Hem,
BUFORD CONVOYS MONaOKA
Lives of the Queen's
mOM THE NORMAN CONQUEST.
Compiled from official records and
other authentic documents, private aa
well as public, by Agnes Strickland,
with a biographical Introduction by
John Foster Kirk. In sixteen vol.
umes with about one hundred hand
colored rare plates,
The Imperial Edition, limited to
1000 numbered copies, bound In Im
ported English buckram $5.00 per
volume. There are other finer bind
ings Including the Royal Edition,
JCO.OO per volume and the Alexandra
Edition, $100 00 per volume. To be
had on easy Installments of $5.00
monthly and upwards.
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
- fc W
- a' Ji.
H Fi Mi
Mills From Iron
In the current Issue of the Haulers'
Monthly, the following Interesting art
icle, appears, showing the important
pail which the Honolulu lion Works Is
beginning to play In the development
of the Hiig.ir Industry of the Orient:
During 1'JO.', the Honolulu lion
Woiks Co. built some machinery for a
I'ormosaii plantation, Tho ovvnerH of
this pi a re, a merchant house III Toklo,
Japan, have had In contemplation dur
ing tho present year the erection of uu
entire now sugar factory, nud dmlng
the last nine months there has been
ipilte nn amount of lorrrspnndeure go
ing on between this company mid the
1". I. W. Co. In regard to prepailng
platiR, etc.. for this now factory: last
month n cablegram wiih lecolvod hy
tho Iron Works requesting them to
send nn engineer lo Japan to consult
further lu regard to details, thorefoie,
Mr. W J. Dyer4 superintendent of thrf
II. I. W. Co. left nil the 11th lilt for Yo
kohnma, after only u few hours' notice.
mid they have Just received n cable,
grnm tiulifylng them that tho eon
Had had been tlguod; by the last mail
I bey received the specifications and
plans which hnd been finally adopted
hy which the II. I. W. Co. arc to build
thn entire sugar fnitory complete In
every respect. Including steel structur
al buildings. The capacity of this
liouso will he about .lui) ton3 of cano
per day hut will consist of tho most
modern outfit that can o piocttrecl at
tho ptesont time, comprising twelve-rollii-
mill nnd ti usher, quadruple ef
fect evaporator, water driven centrif
ugals, machinery for crystallization In
motion. Improved filters, sugar dryers,
fie. With a few exceptions, such ns
engines and electrical outfit all of this
machinery will ho built In Honolulu
unci completed during the llrst sli
months ot next year. ,
They have also been In correspond
men wllli another Company Intending
lo elect u model ii sugar liouso In l'or
mo la and havn furnished them with
nil thn drawings, spucillciitlons, etc.,
but for scmin roasnn their plans have
been somewhat delayed, wo believe
lnlniipally on necounl of the contem
plated channel In Hie luiifT, hut we have
the assurance that these people are
now working lu order lo eouipletu their
plans and the II I. W. Co. may tlieie
lorn still have an iippoituiilly to build
n seume! factory within n short time.
They have also hail n eoliiliiiiiihulinn
fici'u n concent In Manila, having a
pliiiilallnu on the Ulanil of Negros, for
Ihn fuililshliii; of a number of Instal
lations lu order tu make their facility
more up-tci-clato ihan la now thu case
This may I ml lea In that there Is n
substantial movement on foot to In
crease le sugar output In thn Orient
us far ns these things go which have
conic lo our knnwlcdgo only.
Knur aliens worn admitted to Amer
ican cllloiithlp this morning by Judgu
Dole tu the l-'odotal Coiitt nnd n large
number of applications vvcio lllod with
Clerk of Court Hatch. The four who
wore ndiiillttd this morning were
lloiity 1), - .Meyer, of normally, W. II.
Schilling, of (Joiniany. Uloviinnl An
tunlzsl, of Italy, mid l-Mwurd Kornan
ihv of I'oitugul John I), Andrade, of
I'oitugal was lefused citizenship pa
pers hy Judge Dolo on account of the
fact that ho did not seem able to ex
plain his leason feu- wishing to obtain
a franchise. Ho will ptohahly uiuko a
fcCfoud attempt later.
Evening Bullctjn 75(f) per month.
CAND1IA1ES IETTINQ OUT
TO ENTHUSE TIE VOTERS
Special l llie nvtlrlln)
Walluku. raul, Sept. 22. The po
litical game Is warming up on Maul
r.ovv. Campaign Manager 8. K. Kn
lama, with candidates W. J. Coellio,
riillllp l'all. J. Nakuleka, J. Kalutia,
ntnl A, J. Gomes, opened tho campaign
lor tho Republicans at Hamakliapoko
Inst Wednesday nlRht. Kalama was
to start out last Monday, bill waited
rntll Wednesday, expecting Delegate
Kalanlanuole up from Honolulu, Ka
lama will hold firth nt liana tonight.
The County offlcors County Attorney '
I). II. Case, Auditor Chan. Wilcox,
Treasurer I.. Ml Ilaldwln, and Sheriff
W, i;. Saffury start out this morning
for Moloknl. They will embark tlm
steamer l.lkcllko nt I.ahaina this aft
ernoon nud will get off at Kaunska
l.al this evening, when and where
they will stir up enough ot the Kail
nnkakal red dirt to make the deni
zens of that place feel their presence,
lo say nothing of the Importance of
their mission. After their return
from Ulna's domains, they will stump
every village and hnuilet on Maul, fol
lowing the wake of Judge Katua, who
la out red hot for Votes.
J. M. Vivas has announced himself
ii3 nn Independent candidate for thu
cilice of Attorney of this County. Tlia
Home Rulers have not publicly en
dorsed him yet, hut even if the Homo
Rulers and Democrats' have not the
manhood to openly endorse him as
their only available candidate, he ex
lects to get their voles. Ham Decker
of Honolulu, and now of Walluku, lias
been offered the Clerkship by the
Homo Rulers, hut after considering
the matter for two weeks, Mr. Deck
er, It is understood, prefers to remain
lis simple plantation lima rather than
become a rising politician.
The Republican Product Kxecutlvo
Committee or liana District has rec
ommended Levi Joseph ns candidate
lor Representative In place of Police
man J Knnamu Knpol. Levi Is a son
of the old Republican liana war-horse
, IS STILL
; Hanging Fire
Cantalii llurnbaniT of tho American-
Hawullau Ste.imshlp'f Company, sailed
luday on' tho ."Sonoiim far) B.ih Krpn;
elsco, en Joule for New York. Ca plain
Uiiruhain.has been In Honolulu for; the
past three weeks looking over the sit
nation logarithm the establishment ot
u steamship line between this place
and Sun rmuclrcu. He said this morn
ing that he did not cure to make any
ttutement for publication, oh the mat
ter was still hanging fire nud there has
boon nothing dellifile decided In regard
to It, "I cannot say," he stilted, "that,
tiny such lino will be cstnbllsticd.
Neither will I say that It will not he.
There Is at least a prospect, but mat
ters stand now Just about as they did
when I came down here. So fur as
this end of the linn Is concerned, ev
ytMne , faVornble. Hut the question
will have to he decided In New York.
"I nud the people of Honolulu very
desliotis of having tho line established.
Such n connection with tho Southern
California port would undoubtedly he
of great benefit to both places. Hut It
Is too early to make any piedlctloiu.
I do not want to make any statement
Hint would aiouso hopes that might
not be fulfilled. Hut 1 will say that
there Is at least n chance of a line ut
steamers being put on."
Captain liiirnham did not speak lu
the tono of n man trying to sugarcont
a bitter morsel, and what ho said may
bo taken nt Its fuco value that is, that
conditions aro not greatly changed.
Thcto is ut least as much hope of tho
establishment of tho lino of steamers
us Ihero was some weeks ago when
Captain lliirnhnm first came down.
(Continued from Page 1)
Kahaawlna, II, N. Kahalepnna..I, K.
Kuhllahlla, D. Kalllull, John Kenale,
.1. S. Klnllau, Robt. I.eo, Sol. Meheulu,
Moses I'aluu, Jos. I'ohlua, Sain Wahl
ncaea. FIFTH DISTRICT.
Klrst IMi'cliict J. H, Jones, Noa
Second l'icclnet W, K. Apuil, A.
Thlid I'reelnct I). Kniiwcla. D. Nn
olwi. Hen Nniikuun, It. W. Holt.
Fourth Preduct It. UIIIHuud, II. K.
Sixth I'reclnrt-H. I.. Ah Chun. U.
K. Kapono, II, K, Kclllhceunlu, Jr.s.
Seventh Precinct Aukal, Wm. Ka
ni, I). I.., Kabaleaubii, (1. Kuloa, S. W.
Mali), Naauno. P. K. Klnl, II. C. Ulu
koti. Klghtli Precinct J. J, Ilyrno, J, Cor.
iles, (leo. Fern, A. Fernandez, F. R.
llaivey, S, Kabnlehlli, Knmohoalll, S.
Kelllliiilaa. J. W. Mahlko.
Ninth' I'reelnct J. I.ovell, D. Ka
main, A. O, Kanueglesser, S. Kalia
kill, J. Kane, II. J. Mossman, Rev, S,
Tenth Pieelnet S. K. Ivalua, S. K
nlo, S. Klpupn. 11. KIMipa, J, W. P.
Nawuhlne, J, K, Piemlergust, M, K.
i-.ioveulh Precinct J, W. Illplkano,
II. llHiilanl, I,, Holiiholnku, H. Kama,
W. Kalalau, S. Kalalau, J. Keawcul
'mokii, H, K, Makckait, 1C. C, geymour.
Twelfth Precinct J. Hootnalkal, J.
Knmio, S. K, Kanalu, Kalu, N. Kcawn,
D. P. Keawc-lmkii, (i. 11. Kllla. D. W.
Nalfda, McClellan, S. K. Maluo, II. K,
Plllalo, W. M. Pulco.
Tlililoonth Pieelnet W. II. Hnan,
K. Hoolkalka, J, Kahlnpo, D, Kalml,
W. II- Kalclopu, Klllotia Oplo, K. I..
Lllto, Alex. Nawahl, 8. K. Klla.
New Attorney Figures Ih
Murder Case Before
Judge De Bolt
The vase of the Territory- vs. Georgia
Watnee, charged with murder ln,th
first degree, was commenced this morn
ing before Judge De Roll. The alleged
crime, occurred on June 10 and from
the particular which could be learned
at the time. It Is said that he was
drunk and abused his wife and one wit
ness claims tu have seen him throw
tier from the veranda of the house in
which they lived to the ground below,
where she struck on her head on snarg
white coral. Wulnee Is a stevedore by
profession arid Is a finely built Ha
waiian. As he cat In court this tnorn
Inif he was tirobablv one of the best
looking men there, although ther
were a number of attorneys present.
The case for the prosecution will ba
conducted by Deputy Attorney Gen
eral I'rosser, while for the defense it
new face appears In the person of
Judge S. R. Kingsbury, who Is trvlulf
his llrst criminal case In, this city.
Judge Kingsbury Is from Idaho, where
he practised for many years and had
a most enviable reputation. Ho is said
to bn unusually strong In his argu
ments and the case will be carefully
followed by thu lawyers In this city on
this account. Ho Is the father of Mrs.
Humphrey, wife ot Capt. Humphrey ot
tho local quartermaster's department,
II. S. A., and has decided lo make bll
permanent homo In this city. W. T.
Rawlins Is associated with bin. lu tht
REV. HIHIO SUSPENBEI SO'
. '. i i t it.
HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ABSO
CIATION MET AT; LAHAINA ,
AND DID MANY THINGS.
HIHIO IMdlBE8 '
'i J i ' 'i i . .- ut
Walluku. Maul, Sept. 2!-Thevseml- '
nnntiaj meeting of the Hawallan'iCv- T n
angelical Association,) Maul' Drattch. 1
was 1ield 'at Walneo'ChUrclirt-ahalna: r
tlvo days this week ami passed sever
al very Important resolutions relating
to the welfare pf the. native liyrchej--..-.:
nnd the numerous underpaid "pastors,
Peter N. Kubukuoluna presided as
Moderator.' Rev. D. KtVIII6kamo'kii
served as scribe. Among the pastors
present were; Itovs. J. Kallho of Pa
la, I, D. laea of Hamakliapoko, Kual
lua of Keaime. Kaiimeholwa' of Nahl
kit, 1). Murray of Kaupo, J. I. Inalna
of Klpahulu. O. Nawahlne of Walhee,
.1. Nua of Knahumanu, Walluku; S.
Kapu of iJihalnaluno, J. K, lllhlo of
Kaauapall, J. Kaalnuahl ot Halawn,
Mololial; D. Koal of Kalaupapa, K. S.
Tlmoteo of Honolulu, and also Rev.
It. II. Dodgo of Union Church, Wal
luku; A. V. Ilazata uf Pala Foreign
Church, and Dorenitts Bcuddcr and
O. II. (lullck of Honoluhi.
Tho various native pastors reported
Improvement of church work In their
various pansues. nev. J, rt, iiinio oc
irnanapall, the Home Rule candidate
for Representative, was suspended
and given a vacation from his pastor
al duties to go out stumping for his
party. The reverend gentleman looks
upon thu wine when it Is red; also
seems to believe In the adage. "Drink
nud be merry, for tomorrow ye die."
lie, la a man of modern Ideas, ana dif
fers very much from his Puritan tu
tors In that ho disbelieves lu putting
on long and solemn faces either at
church or at luaus. Rut the major
ity of his comrades still retain the
eld radical Purltaulcal Ideas as to
church discipline, so the old church
at Kaanapall will miss' for many
tiidons to coma tho pursuaslve elo-(pic-ne'e
or tho political preacher of 'the
Homo Rulo faith, until such time as
his elder brothers In Christ reconsid
er their vote, and reinstate him In the
fold. Maul In general will have tho
full benefit ot Rev. lllhlo's eloquence
from now on until election day, for
since tho door of the old church at
Kaauapall, whero ho had labored
faithfully for the past decade, has
been ordered closed to him, for n
while at least, lllhlo will stump Maul
cud will scatter hero and there not
only seeds of things divine, but also
of things earthly or those pertaining
to tho flesh and tho 'devil.
Ventura, Cal Supt. 10. Forty
rix people were injured, some of them
seriously, by the wreck of the second
section of train No. 10 of tho Sunset
Kx press this morning at Sea CUV, a
siding eight miles from Ventura.
Th tee passenger coaches were plung
ed from the track on tho bluff, twen
ty feet above the ocean beach, and
now lio bottom up on Hie sands not
far from the breakers. , ,
At least sixty passengers were In
those three couches, forty-six ot them
being badly Injured and nearly all
suffered some bruises, cuts or contu
sions, That none was killed Is a mir
acle, The pluugeg of the cars down
the bluffs threw Hie passengers la a
heap. Those who were on the upper,
Hiilci were thrown on top ot those he
low, llrokeu glass and detached
scats and cushions caused many In
juries, As best they could the Injur;
ed passengers climbed out of the ends
of thn ears and through the windows,
now up In the air, Tho windows on
tho under sldo were burled In tho