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Vol. .XV in No. 350.J
HONOLULU. JERRTTOBY Of HAWAilL WEDNESDAY.' OOTOBBR
CUBAN REBELS MAY Bids Omn
FIGHT AMERICANS For Country
8ANTIAQO, Cuba, Oct. 3. It le reported that 2,000 rebela In the dletrlet
of Quantanamo have refuted to disarm at the request of the American officers.
TAFT IS IN THE PALACE
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct, 3. Secretary Taft, Acting Governor of Cuba, hat
taken offices In the palace.
Of 'Frisco Robbed
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Oct. 3. Manager Urakata of the Klmmon Qlnko
Jnp:inaRo bank, on O'Karrcll Rtrect, Is dead, and Ills clerk 8asakl dylnc as the
result of an attack made on them by robbera this morning.
Two men armed with revolvera and pieces of gas-pipe entered the bank
and were not slow In making the purpose of their visit known. They beat
Manager Urakata Into Insensibility and his death followed shortly. The clerk
came to his rescue and received wounds from which he will die.
The robbere escaped, taking $5,000. In coin with them.
OT., PETERSBURG, RuUla, Oct. 3. Revolutionists attacked the cashier
of the Custotn.houM near the Winter Palace today. One of the attacking
crowd wa'a killed and five captured. .
STORM IN THE CHANNEL
' HAVRE, France, Oct. 3 A heavy ejform Is raging In the English Channel.
Several vessels find many lives haVe ben-pV.',v..
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In our line and at
the right prices.
Editor Evening. Bulletin: I have
read the communication In the morning
paper signed "reformer." It deals with
V. O. flmltli and his Ideas of the best
way to elect a reputable net of officers.
The letter strikes me this way:
"Why doea not a man sign bis own
name to a communication when he pub
lishes It In his own paper?
Honolulu, Oct. 3, '00.
They have good guessers aboard tin'
Wisconsin. Tho ltndger Bulletin,
printed dally on tho homeward voyage,
liuulished last Monday a purported
message from Honolulu to tho effect
that the Wisconsin was due at 8:24 a.
m. Wednesday. The sliln docked at
closet on the tth of
The safety of your value-
able paper la our sslvatlon.
timer la cheap at Five Dol. .
tars a year when It cornea In
a' safe-deposit box.
HENRY WATERHOU8B TRUST CO
(vrml CMkca ton. U-n
MAU11 IN NEW YORK
We Have The
In clothes to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, even
thoee of ultra-fashlonble cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothea are told nowadaya,
there la no excute for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion.
THE KASH CO., LTD.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
Dlds were this afternoon opened, for
the construction of tho Country Club
house In Nuuanu valley. The contract
will be given to Charles .Mattel, Ilia
lowest b'ldder, whose figure was WOK.
Seven other contractors, John Walkor,
Hawaiian Ballasting Co., C. D. Walker,
Redward, Wong Wong, I. Numura and
Ouchl figured on the job, but not all
of tbcm turned In bids. The construc
tion will be begun Immediately, under
the supervision of Architect Thos. Olll
and It Is .expected that before long thi
Country Club will be Installed In Us
The plans of the building, which am
on file In GUI's office, show that It will
combine both beauty and comfort and
the most artistic and effective manner.
The house, the floor dimenslona o
which will be 100 by 140 feet, will con
sist of a basement and one story. In
the basement-will be the janitor's quar-
tern, work shop, lavatories, toilets,
lockers, etc., etc.
The main floor will be surrounded
on all sides by a lanal twenty feet In
width, and will Include a spacious- re
ception hall, finished In the old mis
sion stylo with heavy ratters, wide;
open fireplace, etc., aa well aa a loung
ing room for gentlemen and one (or
The building will be built principally
of atone In the rustic style. Special
leaturea will .be -a, wlde;porte cochero,
'which will be able of standing a lose.ii
autoaieullti,ao Important,, provision
When itha frenuentr tirrKiiiuantt vmMnv
showers rare considered, and a swim.
mlng uwk40 by 20 feet large.
It has been some time, sluce Hono
lulu had a company of great dramatic
artists come to Its theaters. Out they
have come. It Is announced that
Mansfield' and Ilackett aud John Drew
and Willie Collier are all preparing to
take to the woods when the Wisconsin
reaches the States. Blanche Walch
and Maude, Adams and Margaret 'Ann-
lln expect to leave suddenly for parts
unknown, while all the nigger minstrel
troupes .will probably cancel their en
gagements and retire permanently to
the remote sceuery.
For' the Wisconsin Dramatic Club
and Minstrel Troupe Is on the way
Meantime, It will give a performance
here next Saturday night. The men
have been practicing ail the way from
Yokohama for the show to be present
ed here and they say they have It down
right. They havo appeared at Yokoha
ma, Munlla, Hongkong and other
places,, but they say they are going to
beat their record when they appear at
the Young hotel next Saturday night.
The dramatic club Is under the guid
ance of Lieutenant J. P. J. Ryan, ord.
nance officer of the ship, who saya that
his men 'will give a performance that
will be both-amusing and Interesting.
The receipts from the show, after
expenses have been paid, will go to one
or more of the popular charjtles of Ho
Faioa 5 Oenta
carries with It many burdens
and .responsibilities which are
apt to prove harrasslng to the
buty man. We act aa guard-,
Ian, executor or administrator
whin called upon to do so.
For St. Honolul'.
Wisconsin Conies Back
From Servict In
IN Fit EASTEtN WATEIS
FLIES .AT HER FORE PRESIDENT
TROPHY WON BY SUPERIOR
TARGET, SHOOTING 18
SPICK AN6 SPAN
Flying at her. masthead tho Presi
dent's Trophy for-target practlco, sig
nifying that .she. le the finest vessel In
the United Sta'tea Navy, the. battleship
Wisconsin steamed Into the harbor
this morning, and at 8:30 o'clock dock
ed at the Navy wharf,, fourteen' daya
out from Yokohama. '
It has been more than three years
xlnce the vessel w.asV. In thit port tho
last time, on a visit "from W Asiatic
Rtatlon, .where alio, has been ever
since.. 'Many-Important events' bava
happened in that tlme.and the officers
and mon of. the battleship have for
forty long saontbs buniered for a sight
of their native land, aweltored in the
steaming tropics and been'preient as'
spectators at smppt .f -the great
Changes-thai-bava altered 'the courao
of history. , ,
The Wisconsin left Cheefoo on Sep
tember 5 'and was expected' to arrive
at Honolulu some daya ago; v But. she
stayed ten days at Ypkohama before
resuming her' homeward voyage. Since
leaving there pleasant weather1 hat
been experienced and' the .voyage has
been uneventful. "On Beptember jX6
the America Maru waspasted and at
12:30 on the morning of September 30
the Siberia went by.
The offllcert and men of the Wiscon
sin are 'more than glad to be home
ward bound. Three years on the Ast
atic station Is a long time, and thoy
are all anxious to tee the loved ones
whom they left In the States In 1903.
The Wisconsin's stay In Honolulu will
not be a long one. Time will be takon
merely for coaling and cleanlag ship,
and Captain Drake states that' be will
get away Monday morning for Ban
Francisco. It Is aa yet undecided
whether the Wisconsin will go out ot
commission at the Mare Island navy
yard or at Bremerton. Later she will
go around the Horn to Atlantic wa
ters. Whether she will be part of the
' tyv $
Photo by "The Badger." P $M
Atlantic ortho Pacific squadron it not
known as yet.
Tho battleship Wisconsin has a dJaJ
placement of 11,565 tone and a speed
Kho has two acts of vertical, trlplo-ex-panslon
engines, two screw propollem
and eight Rrotcli boilers. Ten thou
sand horsepower can, bo dnvclocd.
Tho vessel belongs to the same class
of 1C knots. Bhe la protected with!" tho Alabama and the llllnolB She
armor tarylng In thickness from 16
Inches on the turrets to four Inches on
tho decks. She has two armored tur
rets. The armament consists of four
carries four searchlights, making II
difficult for an enemy to approach
without being seen.
The normnl complement of tho bat
1S.lnrh run. fnurXw-t. .lnrh twelvn tlenhlp Is 490 men, but phe has on
fi-n.innrti.r- eliht l.nniinrt.T. four Colts. I "W " "Bt. 615. This Is on. ac
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two field-guns and .four torpedo tubes,
At Your Own Price
The eld ettallthed furniture houM of J. HOPP A CO., the
tar In the Young Building, which reeaatly bought the stack
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Oe, whtah
la retiring from business, have Biased en aala at J. HOPP 4
CO,S eteree the entire aieek of .Farter at prleea which have
never been 'plated an furniture her before,.
- J. HOPP CO. carry en their own account large ateek
of furniture and they have n,i room for Porter'e stock, ee
thsy will almeet give away the latter. Bring your, money
with you and the price will be leea than you expect to pay.
Qosing Otjt The Stock
The Porter, Furniture Co. had a steekr which Included iorne
high grade, gaede. We will fmgrtter thtte, ' Wa have a new
lot of pew furniture due to arrive here and 'Inust put Pertero
wch ui f in way.'
The. ateck, Includes everything you can ue In yeur house,
' la the time to buy It. Uus.llilu.a-vJ.tl aJl
Porter's Stock At Ytiut Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACE I
J. HOPP & CO.,
1M3-10M-10M YOUNG BUILDING: BISHOP STREET.
count of thu fact that uhe carries a
considerable number who' are going
homo from the Asiatic' slatluu to re
ceive their dlschargo.
Quite a number of the Wisconsin's
crew were enlisted In Honolulu, and
their cruise ends hero. I'osslbly
twelve or fourteen men will be dis
charged here, and about 300 will get
their discharges when thoy return
Officers of the Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Is under the com
mand of Captain Franklin J. Drake,
with Lieutenant Commander Roger
.Welles as Executive Officer. Tho list
rf ofllccru of tho vessel Is as, follows:
Captain Franklin J, Drake, comman
ding; Lieut. Corodr. Iloget Wollen. Kx
ccutlvo Officer; Lieut. J. P. J. Ityan,
Ordnance Officer; Llout. 2. E. Brigg,
Navigator; Lieut. Henry N. Jenaon,
Kiiginrer; Knslgu Thomas 1.. Oibiira.
Knslgn William Ancrum, Ensign Wlf
liam J. Olles, Ensign Frederick Y
McN'alr, Knslgn Daniel T. Ohent, R,
A. Surgeon Henry E. Odell. Pavinaa.
ter William B. Rogers, Captain Jamea '
to, Iloatavaln Frank Dresnan, Ouuper
Rrnest Kcllenberger, Carpenter RtaA
ert II. Lake, Warrant Machinist Ch'aa.'
O. Nelson,. Warrant Machinist aeorfe
S. Dlngham, Warrant Machinist Ar
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NilVJIl ff JIT SU8IM
A dance will be given this evening
at the Seaside Hotel In honor of Cap-,
tain Franklin Drake and the officer of
thu Wisconsin. All are cordially Invlt- ' ij
td to bo oresent. y ' !
All prior reglttratlena are null anof
Why Is It
yeu hear to many
about buslntsa btlng
to bad? There mu,tt be
'a reason for It Our butlnesa v
la good and haa been
betttr thlt year than for a long
time and there's a Reason foj- thlt
too. We give our customers more - '
value than eltewhere. Our ehoee
wear better than others. Our prleea'
can't be compared. We consider the
Quality, Fit, Durability, Style and
Looks of a thoe before buying. ' Why
Our new line of Thompson's Sheea
certainly takee the eream of trade.
iz new lasts added. All leather,
all sites. In fact, everything to make.
buying a pleasure. -'
Manufacturers Shoe Co,, Ltd,,
1051 Fort Street.
'Phone Main 282
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