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From tan Franelsoot
Sonoma Oct. 10
Nippon Maru . . .....'.Oct. 19
For San Francisco!
Ventura . . . .' Oct. 9
Hongkong Maru Oct. 23
Aorangl Oct. 20
Moana Oct. 17
The Public Eye is on the Bulletin Is your " I " in the Public Eye?
Evening f Bulletin
, , There la nearly always something I sfl
NCW In a tnr hlt advertises. X 7S
You will not find the same old I '.W
t 3:30 O'CLOCK
RMIEIII mm (KB KIPLE 10 KNIW
There la nearly always something
NEW In a store that advertises.
You will not find the same old
stocks you saw on your last visit
for-publlclty will have sold them and
made room and necessity for a pro
cession of new things.
AD. PATRONS INCLUDE
ALL THE tlE!JT FIP.M8
Vol. Xin No. 3506
HONOLULU. TERRITOBI OP HAWAII JTKIDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1900
Fiuoh 6 (Junta
MAHI BID HIS FRIENDS. FAREWELL
BODY IN HARBOR
Causes Police to Investigate
WAS 1NTER-13LAND NIGHT WATCHMAN
The body of Mahl, a shore-man at the Inter-Island wharf, wa
found floating In the harbor near the Inter-Island dock at 1 o'clock this
The appearance of the body goes far to suggest that the man cama to
his death as the result of a, heavy blow on the head. The police are dis
posed to the belief that they have a murder case to unravel.
Mahl was aeen at a late hour last evening playing cards. Whether he
got Into an altercation which resulted In a murder, was attacked In the dark,
or fell off the wharf and struck his head, can only be conjectured.
The police are looking up every one who waa known to be with the man
KAUAI CANDIDATES MAY
M138 ELECTION BY DELAY
OF NOMINATION PAPERS
It Is not known that Mahl had much
money on hlni luat night, .hut oh pay
day Is nut until tomorrow, It la not
probable thai ho did, Ito was known
an a heavy drinking man, and ban been
In tho roll Court a number .of times
iliarged with drunkenness. It Is known
that he, was drunk last night. Jo
Kern, the Inspector at tho Inter-Island'
whaif, saw the man about (I o'clock!
talking to a man named Solomnn In
tho market. Ijilnr. about 8 J o'clock,
Mahl, very drunk, stopped Pollco Officer
Annna nil Klnir street. Mali! hid Ana-
na goodbye several times, saying he'
was going away. Ah the man was
maudlin drunk, Apana told him to go
borne, but Mahl ran after him four,
limed to tell, him goodbye. I
About 10 o'clock Police Officer C. A.
Ulxhaw met Mnbl, still drunk and stag-
gerlnic. ., .,....
Mahl could not liavo. got Into tho
wator'untll late Last night, which makes'
slt strango that Mi body should have
been found floating on tho 'surface as
early- us 1 o'clock today. Tom King.!
who was rowing alongside tho Inter-;
Inland wharf In a boat, saw tho body l
floating closa to the wharf and drew
Mahl' was a mail about 45 years old,
judging from h1 looks. Hit wuh well
known on accolint of tho extraordinar
ily deep basgt volc'e'wlilch be had. When ,
hu upoke everybody within bearing
knew who It was. ' I
The deceased .was married and had
one grown daughter, lie was a shore.
limn, worklug usually about the Inter
iHlaud wharf. Yesterday morning ho
wns.at work on the wharf cutting wood,
hut stopped work at noon. Later be
was seen to go Into the llu'rbor saloon I
with several other men, though th
proprietor of that, place says that the
man was not there so fur us tin. Known.
The bead of the dead rauii was badly
cut and bloody when he was round.
There Is a cut back of the car and one
below one of the eyes. What other
Injuries there are. If any, cannot be de
termined until after an Investigation
has been made. A coroner's jury has
been Impanelled and went up to the
morgue to view the body. The Inquest
will probably be held tomorrow.
A new paper, "Tho Dlack and
Clold,;' will shortly make ts appearance.-
'It will be published onco. a
month by, the pupils of the Honolulu
High School. 'Tholafrorirre' paper
wla bo aa follows: Rae 8oares, edi
tor In chief; Sam Wight and. Dan
King, business managers; Florence
Desky, alumni;. .Samuel White and
Nora Dee, athletics; Ethel Carter and
l'rlscllla Sullivan, exchanges; Mar
gmrlto Crelghton and Chang Loy,
SHvrwir and val
uable) not In active
uii athoulcl bta da
poalted with uat In
order tltat thwy bt
kept aiafaa froiv: the
active burfglurJ Our
ctiarsH 1 amull.
Truait Company, Ltd.
1'er Hlir.r Manna Loa Chas. Mclu-
ecke, Chas. Auld, J. II. Makiuo. D. Knu
plka. Miss M. l'ollna. Dr. E. S. Qood
huo, Mrs. U P. Lincoln. N. D. Mc
Wayne. J. Cooper, Mrs. W. A. Wall,
Miss K. Wall. I E. I'lnkham. Wong
King, Mrs. A.'lCnos. Miss M. U Perry,
. II. Wells. M. Corrcu. Jr. Mrs. M
Correla, C. I,. Bcritnger, Ulshop Libert
I'er stmr Claudlno, G p. in., Oct. C
Mrs. Iteynolds, Mrs. White, Mrs. J
Aea, Queen Ulluokulanl, C. U. Wells
and wife, M. Vlelra, wife and child, O,
K. Notley and wife. . 8. Bliss. Dr.
IJIgh, J. A. Ixiwellawe, A. K. Aonu,
MIs.h D. Luuhlwn, Mrs. Whitman, Mr.
llallona and wf, J. Vtiseoncellos, A.
II. Kbner, Uim Chee, T. Axawa, K. V.
Thlelfall and wife, J. Phillips, Ueu.
Ordway, Mrs. Annlo Joe, J. N. Stevenson.
Contrary to expectations the nom
inatlon pipers for candidates for the
Territorial Legislature are not appear
ing at the Capllol building in tho pro
fusion which Is expected. Some of them
lire also coming In without money, oth
ers without signature and Chief Clerk
Buckland Is wondering how he shall
cpend all the funds which arrive with
out any name or address attached.
The Island of Kauai nas been more
remlfs.. In sending In the names of can-
dldattanhan any others and the tot-
IftevlMa 'nomAti elnnn tiniiA anAti flluil
ivniiiBj iiauiva miwutj umwv .;,rii assiria
For Senator, Krlc Knudsen; for Itep
rcsentatlve, W. J. Sheldon, J. II. Couey,
A. II. Hlce and J. I. Silva. This com-
isjses the Republican ticket for that
Inland aa one Senator and four Repre
sentatives are allotted for election from
within Its borders but whether the
Democrats and Home Rulers havo real
lied the situation and given up In dex
pair or not Is uncertain, There Is no
his ofllco tomorrow till midnight wall- was received at the ofllco of Mr. Duck
ing for the belated papers ami Rays that land today, ritllt there was no word
he has so much work on hand that hu'lo show to whom It belonged. The bill
will be easily able to keep, busy but of lading was made out In the name of
whether bis vigil w(ll have practical' Charles Ka, and there Is a poNslblllly
results or not is uncertain, rnero ata
a number of papers 'of candidates on
this Island which have not been filed
as. yet but in their case thny have plen
ty of time, though they should bo caie
ful to remember that money miifcl ac
lompany'the papers and that checks
will not be accepted.
, Mr. Buckland received a rather un
usual letter today from a man, evident
ly living In Keauhou, North Koua,
from the oimark on tho envelope. It
Mated that the writer had cent 2.", In
cash by the purser of the Matm.i l-ou,
as the fee to accompany tils noniluu
Hon papers, but tho mlsslvo. was un
signed and thero Is only a lulnt elite Jo
tho Identity of the man who spends
bis money so easily The letter, ac-
regular boat from Kauai due to arrival companled by a bill of lading, showjiu:
before tomorrow at mldulght, when the that $25 had been sent by Purser JamcR
nomlnatlocH will be declared closed. I Krlel of the Inter-Island kteamer, and
Chief Clerk Buckland will remain In the money, enclosed,- In an envelope,
that he may he the candidate, but In
caso this Is so, his nomination will be
invalid, unless he Is heard from agutn,
on account of the fact that he lias not
sent any nomination papers with ttw
twenty-rlve signatures which are re
quired by law.
Another case, which has a rather dif
ferent phase, also came to light this
morning. That of David Alawn, who
kent In his papets for nomination for
Representative of ,tbo Second District
of Hawaii. He, however, failed to en
close any money. In cash, draft, money
order or otherwise. He ulso failed to
give uny address ami where he resides
Is a mystery. Under ordinary circum
stances tho postmark on the envelope
would show whera tho letter was
mailed, but the mark Is so Imperfect
that It Is Impossible to say whether
the man mailed It in Hawaii, In San
Kranclsro, or In Washington, D. C.
W. J. Dyer of the Honolulu Iron
Works returned today from Japan,
where he placed a largo order for a
sugar mill In Formosa, which Is now
being built. During bis absence he
was laid up for three weeks at Yoko
hama. All prier registrations are null and
MADE IN NEW YORK
We Have The
In clothes to meet your de
tire. We nave had the prop
er qualities right along, even
those of ultra-fashionable cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothes are told nowadays,
there Is no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL ST8.
In the cases of W..C. Weedon vs.
CW. Chapla amfMriSc. W. Chapln.
the attorneys for the plaintiff hare
There is the usual amount of petty entered 'an exception to the order Is-
stealing going on In Honolulu, for the J sued by1 Judge Robinson granting a
mlllenlum has not yet arrived and men J petition that the United States Consul
have not all learned yet to be honest,' at Bombay, India, be appointed a corn-
But the attempt of the morning paporiDilssloner to take tho deposition of
Mrs.' Chapln and other witnesses In the
caso who are now In that city. '
. Tho i exception Is taken "on the
ground that the making of such an or,
der Is an abuso of discretion nud con
trary to law."
Superintendent of Schools Babbitt
la working bard this Veek preparing a
table of school statistics for use with
the annual report of (lovernor Carte)1
to the Secretary of the Interior. The
table .will Include the number of pupils
In tho schools of the Islands, the na
tionalities represented, tho number ol
each, the drcreaso and, the lucrease of
the various nationalities, and other
equally Important and Interesting sub
to make, It appear that Honolulu Is suf
ferlng from an. epidemic of crime falls
pretty flat In view of the facts of the
case. It must bo somewhat of a Htruln
on the Imagination to try to make tin
act of the Porto Rlcan In sneaking In
through an open door aud grabbing the
first tiling) he ran find, of the sa'mo
magnitude as the robbery of the Bank
ahertlf 'Brown stated this morning,
In regard to the matter, that there Is
no more stealing or burglaries going
on now, than at any other tme. The
oniyflsvrence ls lnnl l"e Auveruser
la. makfnk capital out of the usual oc
currences. Every precaution, says the
Sheriff, Is being taken to prevent crime,
and to capture criminals. But It Is
rather disheartening to arrest a. man
for. suspected burglary and have him
let oft with a. $10 line for vagrancy.
And sending the men over to, the reef
for 30 days Is only a pleasant vacation
for tbetn. They don't mind it a bit.
BAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Oct. 4.
SUGAR: M analysis beets, 9s. 3 3-4d.
Parity, 3.9V cents. Previous quotation
Os. 4 1-Sd
The Board of Governors of the Com
mercial Club met last night and select
ed the following standing committees:
House Committee Robert Hcldford.
Jas. W. Wakefleld, W. T. Lucas, Jas. P.
Morgan and M. Phillips.
Membership Comnfittee A. G, M.
Robertson, Fred L. Waldrou, Jas. I.
Mclnerny, K. II. Paris and R. 11. Trent.
Auditing Committee F, B. Damon,
Jas. F. Morgan and Robert Reldford.
Library, Publications lj, Property
Committee W. R. Farrlngtun, it. II.
Trent and Jas. D. Mclnerny,
Receptions and Entertainment K.
W. Macfarlane. II. P. Wood. W. R.
Farrlngtou; F. L. Waldron and E. II,
II. P. Wood having resigned aa sec
retary E. II. Paris waa elected lu his
(AuorMtd Prtit Special CnUtl
NEW OR LEAN 8, La., Oct. 5 Tor
nadoes In the vicinity of thla city and
Mobile, Ala., have wrecked many bull-
dings and done property damage
amounting to $500,000. Seven persons
have been killed.
(Attoclaled 'if it Bfcclnl Cable)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 5.
Two men1 suspected of having mad:
the raid on the O'Farrell street Jar.
anese bank are held by the police.
f.tiwiftalrii IThi Jr'cl'il Cubit)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 6. An"
explosion of gas In the uncompleted
subway of this city occurred today.
Seven men were killed and n dozen
Business blocks for some distance
from the scene of the explosion were
damaged to the extent of thousands
Cluor.'ulr.l ;'k' Gctlnl CnM7
. WARSAW, Russia, Oct. 5. The mil-
I lt;i.'y , .rol killed two prisoners It
'.-.a; 'juaidlnQ when attacked today by
rcvuiuuun'i.1 iniciu upwii rescuing mv
WOMAN'S LIFE ON MIDWAY
Bright Story of How Mrs. Coljey,
Wife of the Cable Station Manager at
Midway, Enjoyed Herself on the Des
ert Island Will Appear in
Your wife can be made. one
of your executors and, If de
sired, we will act with her, re
lieving her of work and worry
arid maintaining the Integrity
of your estate.
fort St. flojioluh
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture houM of J. HOPP A CO., th
tore In the Young Building, which reeently bought the etock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
la retiring from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPf A
CO.'S atorea the entire stock of Porter's at price which hav
never been placed an furniture her befor,
J. HOPP A CO. carry an their own account a large stock
el furniture and they have no roam for Porter stock, o
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your rnonty
with you and the price will be lea than you expect U pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had ,a tock which Included mm
high grade goods. W will "murder thee. W hav a nw
tot of new furniture due to arriv her and enuet put PorUr
stock out of the way.
The stock Include everything yeu ean ue In your houM,
Now I the time to buy It. (
Porters Stock At Your Figures
f'lMvrfafril I'nii Special Cablt)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. S The
tteanjer Bermudlan Is aground In the
LEISHM..N WITH SULTAN
flw'V'l Prett Bvtetal Cablt)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Oct.
S. The Sultan has received Ameri
can Minister Lelshman,
ROBBERS GOT (125.000.
fj'ucliitril J'rr ttirrlnl Cable)
UFA; .Russia1,, Oct 5. A Russian
mall train was held up near here to-''.
day and robbed of I12S.C0O.
Additional Cabl New on Page 2.
THE BEST MIKE
IN IDE GOOItST PIKE
Tho management of tlin Alexander
Young Hotel will give a dance tomor
row (Baturdny) night in thu beautiful
roof garden of tho hotel, ill honor nf
the officers nf tho II. S. S. Wlxroimlu,
the officers of the transport Iluford and
the officers nf tho Aueguwa-go. Strang
ers sojourning Iq thn city nnd towns
folk generally have n reul Young Hotel
welcome extended to them, Hawaiian
music will be furnished diirini; the
dance, which will ho a particularly en
joyable feature for thn visitors.
in our line and at
the right prices.
REMEMBER THE PLACEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-IOSg-IOCB YOUNQ BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
Why Is It
you hear so many ;
about business being
so bad? There must be . ,
a reason for It Our business
la good and has been
better thla year than for a long
time and there's a Reason for this
too. We give our customers more
value than elsewhere. Our shoes
wear better than others. Our prices
can't be compared, Wo consider the
Quality, Fl.t, Durability, Style and
Looks of a shoe before buying. Why
shouldn't you 7
Our new line of Thompson's Shoes
certainty takes the cream of trade,
12 new laitc added. All leather,
all tlzes. In, fact, everything to' make
buying a pleasure,
Manufacturers Shoe Go,, Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
'Phone Main 2S2
JMU.IRlula llS KAn