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From Bin Francisco:
China Oct. 5
Sonoma , Oct. 10
Nowndayt We Make a
Sour Envoy, and within Hie ipaee of
twenty-four hours we have been
present, Dy Envoy, at a thousand
fireside In a thousand private
Fop San Francisco!
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names, uur story nas accn iciu, u
proxy, to A MAJORITY of the peo
ple In the city wits could not by any
nthr mMnn. hn Induced to take an
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Interest In It.
Vol. XV III No. 31!)
HONOLULU. TKIIRITORI OB HAWAII FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. L9JU
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JAPANESE LEFT THE
Woods May Be Asked
To Retrace Statement
TRY TO SMOOTH AFFAIR OVER
What will tlio Domocratlc Cen-
Iral Committee do to Palmer
! Woods? It meets tonight to sit t
' In Judgment over thn lone Dom-
ocrat of Hawaii because, lie made ,
'. known hla loneliness and said i
: that MiClnnahan would have no
v chance on the III); Island. 1
: Tlio DvmocratH aro perfectly
'.' willing t comedo that Woods la
right, but they mnljitatii that ow-
lug to bin prominent olllon In ,
: the pirty he should not lime said t
While the street buzzes with .
": lull, about tlio dire calamines ,
! that nro going lo happen to
Woods, tlio Democratic leaders
: Into but little to say about the
Humor has It that the Central
: Cntnmltteo will ask him for his 4
: icylguatlon ua National Commit-
tcciuati. but tlilj thone high In the
comiKtln of the parly deny. Col.
MioHnHl i'rett Sprelal CabUt
OYSTER DAY, L. I., Sept. M. Pres
ident Roosevelt sailed today on bird
the Mayflower to view the fleet maneu
vers under Admiral Evans. The Pres
ident will be gone forty-eight hours.
Tho Teachers' Committee of the
Hoard of Dluvntlon will meet tomonow
at 11:20 a. in.
wkv Bulletin 1 per year.
Tho safety of your valua
able papers Is our salvation.
Cither Is cheap at Five Dol
lars a year when It comet In
a safe deposit box.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO
MAUC IN NEW YORK
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McCarthy, who I a member of
tlio Central Committee, stated
that lliero was nothing In the ru- 4
mor, but could not gtvo out what
nctlon was contemplated. Mc-
Clanahan said that as ho was not
a member of the Central Com-
mlttec he rould not say what ac-
Hon would ho taken. Woods was
asked what altitude ho would
"I ennnot tell." ho answcicd. "t
hao been thinking pretty hard
about tho matter, but I have not
reached a decision yet. I shall 'ifi
at the meeting tonight."
In tho meantime It Is under-
stood that tho Democratic leaden)
aro trying to smooth tho matter
over as much ns posslbla by hav-
lug Wools sign a retraction to
McClanahan, presumably to the
effect that his expression was
merely a personal and not an oftl-
(Attaclaled l'rtf 3petal Catlt)
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 28. The
Cuban Congress met today and the
Palma government formally tendered
ts resignation. Congress has asked
the withdrawal of this radical act
Secretary Taft Is ready to assume
the governorship of the Island.
Should formal occupation take place
the Cuban flag will remain over all
public buildings and the American flag
raised where troops are stationed.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Sept. 27.
SUGAR: 88 analysis beets, . 8 Md.
Parity, 4.03 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s. 7 1-2d.
Addltfonal Cable Nsws on Pagt 1.
We Have The
in clothes to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, even
those of ultra-fashionable cut
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothes are sold nowadays,
there is no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion.
THE K ASH CO., LTD.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL 8T3.
Reports of Murder Case
Tho morning paper camo In for a
f-evcro grilling this morning at the
hands of Judge Dp Dolt and tho attor
re)s for the prosecution and also the
iivlenee this morning. Inaccuracy,
statements which would Influence tho
Jury, and commenting on the testimo
ny were three of the charges made
and the court balllH was sent out In
flud the man who was responsible for
the trouble, but wan compelled to re
turn without him.
In today's Issuo of the morning pa
per, in speaking of the rase of ( oru
Walnee, on trial for his life for the
murder of Mrs. Walnee, tho statement
Is nuidu that one witness (entitled .yes
terday to the effect that Walnee took
his wife luto her room, whom "he re
I'd wed, his ahiisu uf tho woman." At
torney Kingsbury, for tho defence,
(tnled'.that this was entirely untrue
and (hat no evidence of this Kind had
been brought beforo the court at any
time. He desired that the matter
thotild be investigated by the Court.
Deputy Attorney General Prosser, who
Is conducting tho ' prosecution, also
wished tho matter looked Into, thit. It
might ho shown that he hail not given
artysuclT'inToYniatlon to any roprn
tentative of the paper outsido of the
Kingsbury also took exception to
the statement that "Thus far uothln's
lias developed which differs material
ly from tho reports of the tragedy pub
lished ut tho time." Ho may bo re
quested to show wherein the state
ment Is Incorrect.
SHERIFF'S PLACE ON
Home Rule Ticket
Jack Kiilal.lcla may bo the lloni'j
Utile cundldnto lor Hlierllt. It rest with
himself If he will make the run on
that ticket, th otfer having been ade
to him by the Homo Itule County Com
mittee. "I have been offered tho nomination
for Sheriff on the Homo Itule ticket,'
suld Kalakiela this afternoon. "I hae
not accepted It and I have not refused
It. I am considering the matter.
Iiae been given
u wetk to think It
At the auction sale which took plucr
this morning under the uusplies uf
Sheriff Drown of the goods belonging
to a Japaueso named Iwatu, who for
merly conducted a restaurant on Hotel
street, Deputy High Sheriff Sea lodged
a piotest with the auctioneer against
tho sale of the goods, on thn grauud
that tho attachment Issued by High
Sheriff Henry was the only legal one.
The next step tuken will bring the mut
ter Into tho courtH and the at tor ne jh
who represent the claimants who li-,
sued a writ of attachment through tho
High Sheriff will endeavor to gain pos
session of the money received from tho
sale held today.
carries with It many burdens
and responsibilities which are
apt to prove harrattlng to the
buty man. Vye act as guard
ian, executor or administrator
when called upon to do o.
Fort St. Honolulu
MOBILE, Ala., Sept 28 A number
of lives have been lost and many per
sons Injured In the storm that swept
ever this section. ' .
Property to the value of three mil
lions of dollars has been lost.
A section of this city is under water
and the scene presented Is one of ter
rible devastation. Ships are wrecked
and wharves destroyed, l Houses col
lapsed for a distance of flour or five
FORT MORQAN.Xtet. 28. Many
suburban towns hav, been, swept
away by the wind and j;l.tt g waters.
I noo lo d
LUGO 10 :
NEW ORLEAN8, La , Sept. 28. The
losses In the Mississippi delta to the
cotton-growers and among the fisher
men will amount to hundreds of thou
tands of dollars. The shipping hat
Tho executive committee of the Conn
ty Committee !s contemplating the Is
Miaucn nf a cumpaign paper, which U
to be Issued every Wednesday anil Sat
urday during tho campaign. It will bo
printed lu Hawaiian and will be dli
tributed free of charge, tho editions
probably containing about 2000 copies, was tb rowardly conduit of tho Ane
John Sheldon, who Is lo Interpret dur-1 caua and her commanding ofllicr,
Ini; (lie campaign, will act us tho ed- Captuln Hauabusa. Ho had dellbcr
I'w. aitly left thera to their fate, and wUU-
At Your Own Price
The old ettabllihed furniture house of J. HOPP 4L CO , ths
store In ths Young Building, which recently bought ths stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is' retiring from business, have placed on sals at J, HOPP A
CO.'S stores ths entire stock of Porter's at prices which hav
never been placed en furniture hers before,
J. HOPP A CO. carry on their own account a large stock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter's stock, so
they will almott give away ths latter. Bring your money
with you and the prlca will be lets than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a stock which Included soma
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. Wa have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive hero ane) mutt put Porter's
stock out of the way.
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J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 W3UNQ BUILDING BI3HOP STREET.
American Passenger Steamer
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' That the big liner Moofolla Is
m. K.AU t 1.. . n..UJ In MlMna l.w
Vnot through any aid given or offered
Thut vessel, according to tho ncounts of nil nf tho olTUers of the
onicers of the Mongolia, deliberately ahundoned tho Urandod llntr lo
her falo, refusing to do anytblug whatoier to. help her out of her
And not only that, but when Captain Porter nf tho Mongolia, nr
rompnulcd by tho purser, went on board ono of thn liuiniunt of the
Japanese tOMiel to beg Captain llanabusa to rtlld by hlin and help
111 lii get of fir renf. Hanubusa not only refused I do to, but roughly
ordered Purler oil Let Lunch.
Tho Mongolia, accompanied by tho
transport lluford, was sighted at 10:20
this morning about twenty miles out.
The liuford steamed In'to tho Nay
dock and at 12:30 tho Mongolia dock
ed nt Hackfeld'a wharf, ntongsldo her
sister ship, tho Manchuria. Two of
tint largest vessels In the raercauttlo
trado had been saved from tho
the wrath of tho sea.
Th only thing tho officers of tho
Mongolia could talk about for a whllo
At Your Figures
TO HER FATE
Cruiser Refused i
Assist In Saving Big ':
not still lyltin on th reetat Mid-
ll.n Inn SttrltllK flf ihll lhlclflC Iff
by tho Jspnno-e training ship
cut tho sh.-.taw of an excuse.
their entreaties lor aid lia had shrtic
fed his shoulders and mumbled inenit
Inglosa excuse that wcro m excuseti.
Tho Japancso essel. according to
the accounts of the various olllccrs of
tho Mongolia, did nhsoluloly nothing
to sue cor tho stranded llucr. Captain
Hanabtisa oven refused lo lend or sell
two steam launches that he had
aboard thu Anaguwu. Ho had no urg
ent need of them himself, hut ho
would not permit them to be used by
r vessel that was in a very dangerous
When pressed to atnnd b'y thu Mon
golia, Hamthusit mado Ilia excuao that
he was short of coal. Captain Porter
offered him all tho coal hviwanted, fur
thu Mougolla had plenty and uue
heaving great qualities of It overboard
lo lighten the ship. Hut tho Japanese)
would not listen to this suggestion. It
was too much trouble, ho said. And
ho steamed away fioin thu helpless
'essel, to comu to Honolulu and n
toll glowing stories of his heroism In
trying to aid tho Mongolia and to tell
Low very lorry ho wbh that ho was
obliged to Iruvo her because hn did
not havo coal enough to stand by any
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longer, t s
'To'n reurostnitnllyrtof tho Uulletlu
!ast Wednesday- th oillrcrs of "th"
AnecaUTi slated that they had broken
erry hauler ihr"y had'jn trying to
haul Iho Mongolia off the reef.
The J.ipnncto essel did not put a
(Continued on Pago 2)
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