Newspaper Page Text
BVEHINO, ntTTAETIN. HpNOMJM), T. II.. MONDAY, OCTV 8. 1!)0C.
Stated 7:30 p.
mum ?. v
Hon. Com. nrtura -ft p. m.
Lcl Alalia .' Mgular
All visiting $& & tft;
order &r! ifirdlally klvlt4 trat -tu4
meUns of. local lodgfn.
HIRMOITV L.006B, flo. I, L 0. O. P.
Mwta lprj Monday Aveftlns at? :S0
bioo r Ann, pr-rt atr-,
'i . . n iioTrm N n -
-H vtoHirK ro-hcrs eoMtally
ikvsvHg ldae, no. a, k. at r.
llrta xtty Titnaday -ii!rig at
T:5ti ppIix-N n K. of P. Ua'I. IC'
trot 'ltliis bruUitr roritinlly t
vlU to .il.oixl.
II. J TVIT'TVUKAT), U.C.
F V, A' DUUN, k.r.s.
,OAHU LODQE, fin. 1, K. of P.
STcatM ' FrlJny evenlrg t
K f Hull. Kij street, nt 7:3U. Mem
brro cf . !r Ledge. No. 2, Wni. Mc
K1Mt i ci.U" v.a. S, and TislttiiK
trt'hoi' i i.' Uy Invited. ,
A. U. DOND, 0. 0.
A. 9. KENWAY, K.R.8.
HONOLUI U LODQE 610, B. P. 0. C.
H' n,-ii,m Lodge No. 61C, D. P. O. H.,
iil -tieot In their hall, .m Miller
m'rt Ocrctanla streets, tTtry Friday
"tv order of the T3. R.
ILARRY H. SIMPSON,
n. e. MunnAY, n.n.
.n. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Vccts every Saturday evening at ,
T:J0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Klnei
cttliL Visiting brothers cordially In
irlt4 to attend.
, M. M JOVIMHON. C.C. ,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.H.M.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mfets on fh 2nd and 1th WEDNUH
PAY evenings ot each month at 7:"0
fdoek In K of P. Hall, Kins strf L
Visiting KiRlej are Invited tr at
TAM McKUAG JE. W.P.
It T. MOOIlt:. W. Socy
HAVAIIAfI TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Mcetn evtry lecond and fourth
miDAY ot each month lu I. 0. 0. F
Visiting brothers ccrJ'tfly nrlteil to
W. T. DltAKK. Snchcra.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
DAMIEN COUNCII No. s63, Y. M. I.
Meets every tecum! iv,i 'n'irth Wed
nesday of each m ' it ;S.in ntonui
Hall. Visit!. .mr ri.pitally In
vltcil to at eua.
U. V Ti .i. iy.
7 I v tunic Pres.
v ,f- a-i.
A Superior Llnht to all others.
. Aceytlene Gis la superior In quality,
and cheapness Mdl.iten leur heat, vltl-
ntes the nlr less nnd hoc no Injurious
effect on the eves.
fy- tsa3Ba,CJa,-QJSgjj 'fr-:-ysB-
iH, J' For ,a,-ther partl.-,vlart Inquire t'
' Also Calc'uni CsrMd of all plies, In
Hrum and smalt car, tor Generators
L V V"W 'W'Wiriuuim nilltJt MXU "H i'.a J
ftf nnri nrade of Gns Mantlet and (lai .
it .N h .MtnMnI..U I imih- hJ m!I mlmM
..Washington Light Co.
y't n. u MurfAni &nc Maitmai
T.Telf phono Main 14f. 14.s'Merchsnt St I
A to their luatiiess or shabblness
Busliiea n-.en, you'll admit It Is
more i am .bts, If thlc Impression to
customers n protpectlve customers,
,'l t c ot in-a'neto.
W'i nr m :ke that kind of an lm
pi'non .,t.i your delivery wagon?
U'irg it to us and we'll repair and
r p. mil it at a low charge iio well, It
Mll ft J S3.
-l QUECN ST. TGL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOK 193.
C W. ZEIGLER Manager
Illank bonks of nil sorts, Icdrcrs
r , manufscturod by tho Uullettn Ptfb.
g 0 j m g I iviu.c is uunc wiin worcii man wun
ill Pill ll 00illa,td3! and Bulletin Want-Ad. wordi
Ul III! I 1) UUU nrc ,he busiest words In the world.
. that constitutes co much of Its charm,
'cannot bo preserved Indefinitely by the
I mere uee of ss.ip and water. The
beautiful facets and prisms take on
after a time n dull and lifeless look
beyond the reach of ordinary cleans-
Ing and pollnhiiuj agents. There Is
one thing, however, th.it will restore
the original fire and brilliancy to cut
glasi quickly and caclly, and that Is
Lewers & Cooke,
177 0 KING ST.
oumf I' .- t i
n t i
LtiaiyLL e I
the way down.
. j feel tho snap
& Go,. Ltd.
' MVWVVMVfcVVVVWVUVVUt.'VVUV t
A .. v
A " Y
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTSI '
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINKI
ANIMALS, DIRDS, ETC., ETC.)
DON'T MISS A GOOD TIMEI
Tel. Main 130.
P. O. Box 102. '
Lord and Belser,
Gewcrn, Grading, Paving,
Black and White Sand and
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO STS.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
lM . STfc
I BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET,
can be obtalnrd by telephoning
. MAiN 117
and orderlnn vour rlotlieo nressed
HONOLUUU CI.OTHM CLEANING
(Jo., Alukea Street.
NUUAMU HT. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PA7IT8
CLEANED AMD PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET.
O. FAR I A
FINE 8UIT3 FnOM $15 UP.
made In up-ta-
date :: style.
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU PENOVATIHG CO.,
J, J. Fern, Manager,
RlcharJb near Queen Sts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
We all for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
' LOCAL AND QENEBiL
! .. .. ...... - .. ...in.
''"lie OloliO solid It cheaper.
Register or lose your vote.
Autos lot hire lit ler. Stuuies.
(las furnishes the quickest boat for
lite least mutiny.
Office of Registrations, basement of
Urjt cup of entice lu the city. New
rounty Attaint) of .Maul Dan II
Cai n in (own for a shim htny.
A press feeder In wiinicd at the Bul
letin Job office. See .Vow Toilny.
i Harmony Lodge, No. 2, 1. U. O. K,
' run in tonight m 7:30 in 1. O. 0. 1'. Hall.
J lllds for printing Volume XVIII, Ha
iiiati Report' ai" railed for lu this
At Knlattpnpa politics me llvcl).
Ambtoco Htitclilnton Is out fur tlin
Nratly furnished rooms nt tho Pop
ular. 01, $1.0u ami 2 per week. 1'J 13
Order vuur lllobe-Wernlcko hook
rnam Mlitiliiii kfi'ln nl flu, llnunllnn !
office specialty Co.
Mrs. C. I Dlckcrson 1111 have n
rmyiiriqiiy millinery ojitnliiR uti the
22d of Otiobor. WAIT!
Tho Honolulu lion Works lias fur
nished Maul County . villi u ten-ton
Hciin roller, worth 3530.
Inn c.iso of C. Jllng llym xs, Wong
you want mm lurnlttiro inniit-
to order to to Wing Chons Co.. KIiik
near Mithvl street. They do repair,
l'ft jour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
i You will be surprised at ltn roollni; ami
' iretfrtatl proptrllcs. California
red Co., ACUI.
Wat I; I 111 Iun Is now owned by W. 0.
' Herein. Aucommodiitlons, supplies
; mid attendance nbiolutcly first tlahu.
i . ii.- nan iinK oil uiu ucacn. -
.uniHKiin i;uun n me liners win iiem
I niiih.y slve a ..eptlon to Uei.-.lr.
Wnilmaii, who leeenlly hroiifiht liti1
I ci.,l.,r by Ju.lR. IK- 1I..U this .nuriiiiis MIAWr
I Tl.o Knbulcu plantation Is liuinelllns I wVS-?r? 'r?MWA$&sL $& lSSrf-.
5 at I'uunliui for wi.ter, lilch It v.lll le.m StfftuiZ&f. 'PMW)',
5 to the upland.! In the dliuction of Han-' SSffifi., K vf? WW'SWMl'feil
Tlu. Women's Guild of St. Clemenfa L yv Jn-,VM'. iV .TVVH TSlimTO?f!Sj?Hil
.. ttlll hnld ii speelal mectliiR on Tiiwd-i). - JN3KvWtr"vWr'
11 l3 O.tohcr 3 at J p. m. Important buil- gfLpMrnti'mm
all oM I -a3iW7BX
wire mid djUKliter from the luulnlnnil ' PRIVILEGE WITHDRAVN
Tho Alexander Yoiiiir llulel lu Ilu-1 . .
nolulu mid tho Slonna at Wml.lkl nrej WnshliiKton. -1). C. (Jt. . Pr-sl-lhe
iwo n,tnt pupulnr rcorts for tour-' ,;pnt llmnnelt has wltlnlrawn (he
lists In the lulamls. .1. II. Ilernche.l pilvilcitc of acquiring roal lands by
luanaRor. entry. This jlll block tho schemes of
I II. W. I.udlolt, who lived hero for' taint grabbers In Okluuuinn.
meuiy-nio years, nun iiif.i s.itumny
7!f years of use. Itn left n uhltm- ntul
Klit children, cf whom threu are In
I ll.'i many. Tho funeral look place jc
ttrdny. Portraits of candidates reproduced
lu hnlftouu on short notice; also do-
visiting, engraving and printing of all
descriptions. .Paradtso ot tho PacltK,
' Heincmber n itcllclotis dinner at the
I popular prleo of one dollar U scried
uiery evening on the great scial-clr-eular
lanal of the Scaslda llutel. llett
initio for tho money nud coolest plr.ee
i In town to dine.
i Tho Sachs Dry Ciuda Co. arc ehav.
" newest in renuy-ia-weiii
ji'iuiei, jiuuunuiiiu iinijeriu nuimn,
beautiful black ellk enats, and tho very
l.'ieit In skirts. New models are being
nii.ini it.itiv in tiw.ii- tniniii,.i.v ,i...,.ii.
llnvn von tried Pol Ilreakfast K.ioM
, Only 2.1 centB. All gloceis.
I'oituguese men-of-war nero n licit!
I e.l bother to tho swimmers nt WalMl.i
Ijcstenlay, n largo number of tho bath
ers being bitten by tho Iiikorta, which
Imo been drlien In by the Boutheilyj
wind which Ins been prevailing fur the
past few days. i
A new hibloiy or nil nations, from I
tlif earliest known times to tho pres
ent hai been picpnreil by John Heniy
Wright, I.I.I)., professor of (Ireck In
Hatranl university. Beautifully 11
lustratcd and handsomely bound. Kns;
.i uitlily payments nt Win. C. I.yon Co.,
J. S. Mcdelros died List week nt Kail
uaknliiu. .Mnknwan, .Maul. Ho ns "ti
years old and leaves a wife and tnvon
children. He was married. Ilfty jeais.
Ono son Is a school tc.iclier nnd two
hold tood positions with tho II. C. i
S. Co. Mr. .Mcdelros caino to the Ik
lands from tho Azores In 1SS1. iiud was
a trusted friend and counselor of hi.i
Miss Norn Towner of San Jose, Cnl.,
today enters on her duties as head
worker of the Alofniiiler social fettle
ment houso at Wullukil. Mlfis Clara 1).
Rtrotig has in rived from Chicago, with
nine years' experience, to conduct the
kindergarten work at tho houso, Thero
will bo afternoon clashes for girls and
svcnliig elnsHcs for boys, In vailous In
dustrial nnd literary brunches, ut tho
Tho bnrkentlno I'ltllCrlon, Cnptnln
McKechnle, arrived Saturday after
noon, twelve days out fiom Port lint
ford, In tow of tho steamer Ai;yll.
Slio brings a cargo of 15,000 barrels
of oil, which Is now being discharged.
Tho Argyll did not como Into tho har
bor but nnchored oulhldu for a few
hours, departing for Klhcl tho same
night. Sho will return In a day or two
to tnko tho Kullerton In tow for tho
Coast, Cnptnln Dickson wlillo hero
mado nrrniigcmcnts with tho quaran
tine and customs officials, thus sating
scleral hours nt Klhcl.
President A. V. GrIRlths of Oahu
Collogo has lecelved a rcjily from Chen
Tung I.lang, Chlnoso Minister ut Wash
ington, to an Inquiry about schular
hhijis offered by castoin iinlierbltlea to
Chlneso students. ''Thero aro no rt
etrlctlons whatcverr' tho letter says,
but "tho uppllcnnt Mlitmlil be well qual
ified to enter whatever elnsBM ho or
.ho doalres. 'lhry will need th trie
ummendatlon ot the C'lilne.o MlnUtcr.
Tho bcholarshlpg provide for ireo tui
tion only, with tho exception of Har
vard. Yalo University line offered 12
Echolnrshlps, Cornell It!,' Wullcsley 3
AuihiTbL 2. ll.iriard pruvldcu Jlo.('U')
a ear for ten years,"
igtiMwtttetoYiii jj-t-toif r r
Do I IS'eed
V No, don't need 'em,
'cauie I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
I .. "ii- 1 1 ?- 714 .
(1.4 1 IV " ilIi-U1!'.! rm w . A M JT11" I.JtT. f
,ys, Vt? ..csgAft, :,ttte? wa
MONUMENT8, 3AFE0, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE 4 MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-1C0 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Additional Cable Newe on Page 1,
SUMNER URINCS SOLDIERS
i )ivana. Cuba. Oct fi. The trans
)(()r( Suniner ,m nrrlv(.rt wI, ioM,crs
;vIll) w, ,)e .u,,,!,.,,..! todny.
, UCI, ,
FROM PANAMA TO CUBA
Washington, I). C, Oe. C fluiern
or MngiKin of I'.iinma has palled Tor
LEPERS IN SPAIN
Cuiunha. Hpaln. Oct. ti. A number
of le crs limit lieen iIIm in creel In thlt
DEATH FOR BANK ROBBERS
I viniuioiiiuit, niiienn,
; paitleipanls in. a banli
Oct. 7. Five
have been m uteliced to dentil,
WANTS rJEW ZION
, , , ......
Chicago, 111.. Oct. 7. John Alcxan-
I tier Dowle, tho deposed piophet of his
I "tt ere.ueu .ion. lias niiaiuionc.l ins
J intrii.lon or removing to Mexico. This
I lu In uheillcniu to n lominntid ho nl
I legi.i he i Ivod In a vision, counsel
ing him to remain hero nud raise, n
I million ilnllnrii tor tho ehtiibllshlng of
, u new 'Mm.
SHAW NOT AFRAID
Clnelniintl. ()., Oct. 7. Seerelnry
Bhaw has deehired that there Is no
danger of tho ItcpuklliaiiH losing tin
Houso of llepreseulallvi'K In the mm
Iindon, Hug.. Oct. 7.H Is offlrlal
ly denied that Patricia, nleco of King
l.'chvanl, Is to mairy tho (Irani! lltihe
Michael, brother of tho Czar.
BROOKLYN AT HAVANA
Havana, Culm, Oct. 7. Klght hun
dred and fifty Amcilcan soldiers have
landed heie. Tho battleship Iliooklyn
f.iilnes, Cuba, Oct. 7 Disbanded
lobels have attacked the police, woun
RUSSIAN DEMOCRATS MEET
Ilclslngfors, rinlniul, Oct. 7, Tho
sthenic, of holding a congress of Con
htltutloiial Demounts bus been up
pioveil, to he held nt Vlhorg, Finland,
with Dolgouikl us pvesldent.
Ht. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 7, Tho
Koclul Democrnts have Issued a ijinnl
Icslo to the soldiers ngnlnst Isolated
mutinies, They ndvlso tho tioops to
awnlt a genetnl uprising,
KUHIO AROUSF.8 MAUI
(Continued from Page 1)
minds of tho voters of Central Maul.
The Dclcgatfo spolia llrnt in Engliun
and then In Hawaiian. Ills remarks In
either language, wore well received.
To his own peoplo ho warned them
to desist from lurrying racn prejudice
Into politics, as the Congressmen at
Washington nro iiiuler the Imiircailon
thut tho Homo Itulo Parly wasorgiiu
lzod t) tho Hawallaus to perpetuata
tho race ftHlng against the haolos, (It
would bo well for tho Prince to nilttso
fcomo of ihn haolo papers not to Indulge
uor stir up any further raco prejudice.)
Ou Thtiisdiiy morning, Dolegnto Kn
laulnuuolc, attended by Hon. A. N. Ko-
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES,
Deautlfully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In Harvard UnUcrtlty,
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGED;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Win. (. Lyon Co.
COR. TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Tit j:', '-. ' ""
polkul, Senator S. H. Knlatua, nud S.
Kellluol, Usq., drove over to lltielo to
speak H tho natives over thero. In tho
cicnlng the llelegato spol.u at the I'nia
tvarchousD to u large audience tiud his
timely temnrks were well received.
Aniung the other Epenkers wcio Messis.
W. 1". Cnickett. nnd tho following can
didate's for t utility otlltui: C. Wilcox,
1. M. luiifwlii, W. F. Kitae, and W. i:.
On Krlday nftcrnoon Delegate Ka
latilnnaolo left for Otoivnlu and I-nlinliia
with Hon A. N. Kepolknl, Senator Sum
I.'. Knlania nnd Hon. Itev. .1. Kiillno.
Tho Republican candidates for L'otm.
ty oniiei returned fiom Molokal last
week, wlicic, they held successful meet
ings. Campaign Manager S. 11. Kuluiua
lenies Liihalua today for Molokal per
Llkellko with thu following ltepubll
can eandtditea for I.cglilutlvo honors:
Hon W. .1. Coelho, Hon. P. Pall. J,
Nnkaleka, A. .1. (Innti'i, Levi Joseph, J,
Knlunii nud M. P. Wnlwalolc.
Knlama will hnio his hands full when
ho iirrlvci on Molokal, for the Duvnu
cl.eilo brutbers, not satisfied with the
way tho Wnlltiku County Convention
threw thcin dmin. nro srrl.i'i'lv thl'.k
Ing of cither running ou Independent
tickets us Deputy Sncrltf and hiipn
vUor. or giving their support to the
Home Rule candidates.
All prior registrations are null and
mm sis for to
Tlio Jnpaneso (raining ship Rnega
wa departed at 10 o'clock this mom.
lug for llllo, wheru sho will lcmiiln
Iwo or three days. Sho will return to
Honolulu on lcailng llllo. Yesterday
Cnptaln Drnku Hilled on Captain Ila
tinhusa. Tho Japanesu captain seul
In the rnmmniidcr of tho Wisconsin
expressions ot his appreciation of tho
tmirleeics extended to tho visiting
cruiser, the loan of tho battleship's
Land for tho icceptlon given ou board
tho Anegawa last Satin day, and othei
favors ot u simitar nature. Ah the'
Anegawa steamed past thu Wisconsin
this mninliig she signaled good luclt
and a pleasnnt voyage) to tho home
About 170 old letters havu been ills
covered lu a post box lu tho county
coin thoiino of llelfuBt. Somo of them
had lain thero slncu 189(1.
Hofischlaeger Company, Ltd.
--,- --4fal jfjijB tfi,fc"'-i:aat iiiis-jiyTt-Vgtefrr I'iiti-ri'i n '-ii rii i if'n ''''a
BEIN(i SON OF FAVORED
The Japalico nro great friends ot
tlm IJnllcil Btatel. Wo know It's' so
becaiifu they suy It Is. And they fully
iipprcrlato the friendly attitude of tho
American government toward ihcm.
They appreciate- It so much that they
Vomcl lines exaggerate the privileges
which thJy Imagine It confers. What's
the tite of being the friend of n great
ration If you can't do ns mi please
when ou the soil ot tlmt nation?
Thciu la ono Jnpaneso who has lost
all confidence in the United States, ' It
Is not'frlcndly to hi in. Ho knows that,
for ho tried It ntul the American (inv
eminent way found wanting.
The Japaiiotc Is an omccr on board
II, I. J. M.'s training ship Aucfeawn.
A rude official of tho United Stalea
failed to take sufllctcnt nccount of hla
rank nnd position. The officer was
coming off (he ship with ti bundle mulct
his arm. A iiittom house guard stop
ped him and demanded to know what
was lu the bundle.
"You can't stop me." said the Jap
anese. "I belong to favored nation."
lie hasn't jet recovered fiom the
shock ho experienced when tho cus
toms officer, without any legnrd for
(lie tender feelings of a subject of the
Mikado and a con of tho fa voted na
tion, rudely Insisted on going through
the bundle. In search of contrnbadd
A wlrelefs message has been recclv
cd from Mr. Masuda of Lahlna asking
whether the Jnpaneso training ship
Anegnwa will rail at l.nhatnu. In re
sponse, Captain Hannbiisa of tho
training ship has cent n message stnt
Ing that he regrets very much Hint ho
cannot call there. Tim uhlp will ar
Ivo here from Tlllo on tho 13th or
Hlh and will sail for Japan on tho
I.alialna Japanese nro exceedingly
nnxlnus to kco the training ship Ane
gawa and were planning to give her a
Tho Standard baseball nine defeat
ed tho Kuala nine In a game of base
ball played yeslenlay, Oct. 7th, lDU'J,
ut the Kaplolanl Park at 10 a. in.
Tho tinnier team came home with
the beautiful silver cup won fiom tho
Knala nlno by n score of 2 to 1.
it was one of the fastest and most
exciting games played by amateur
teams In theso Islands:
Scoio by Innlngu:
1 S 3 I S 6 7 8 9
Knala1 0 o 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Staudaids . . ..0 t) 0 1 1 0 11 0 2
Tho Standards plajcd eight games;
won 7 and lost 1.
Struck out Pnnluhl 9, M. P. Rcgo 7.
Umplie II. Ilushncll,
Scorer A. P. Rego.
Tlmo of game St! mln.
Kaala Smith, ss; Onlenstl. If;
Lottl Marino, 3b; Clins. Pnnluhl, p;
llrlto, e; Hogan, 2b; Ctockctt, lb; A.
.Mcdelros, rf; Kulll, cf.
Slniidnid A. l.cnndro, If; M. Do
Ponte, bs; 1.'. Honan, cf; M. P. Rcgo,
p; M. Joseph, c; C. Nllccy, 2b; J.
Joseph, lb; P. Kcrrclra, 3b; F. Joseph,
SWEET JOMES WON
A gamo of baseball was played yes
terday morning at tho Makll.l grounds
nt 10;30 between tho Sweet Homes
and tho Pauoas. The Sweet Home
won It by a score of 9 to S. .
Store by Innings:
1 2 3 I B ti 7 8 9
Si Homes 10 110 0 0 3 39
Pauoas 1 o 2 0 o 2 0 o C
Srnrckeepcr J. Pohlalo.
A" sr ) If if
' -i!Vn ? k;vM Ws M
i?$n .si ? yJOTi J u jft
r lalK'JUS'rtl,-t iimw,i., Y4KPk iMtIivJO'm;"-: f LS I
"mi".ino in rue
The Manclititla sails for San 1'ran
tlsto this nflernoon, tho tlmo for her
departure being sot nt between 3:30
and 4 o'clock. It was rather expected
that sho would go to Nagasaki, on ac
count of the Mongollu being nt Hun
ter's Point, but orders were received
lor her to go to tho Coast. It Is now
thought that tho Mongolia will lit bo
long ou thu ill- dock nnd will he ablo
to make room for the Manchuria soon
er than was expected.
A trial tun was made last Satuiday
and everything was found sntlstaclory.
The vessel will not bo nblo to ninko
icry good time, but can piobably
niako about lilnc knots. This will ex
tend her voyagoi to from nine to ten
days, about the came time that It? ,wau
expected to take thu Mongolia to
make tho distance.
This morning the Manchuria wat
taking In thu Inst of her coal and dis
charging thu little cargo sho had left
lu her hold. In nppearanco she Is iu
good as ever, and when she arrives at
San rrauclsco there will be no exter
nal evidences ot her experiences slncu
t,hc left that port.
.The battleship Wisconsin sails this
afternoon to conwiy the Mntichurla.
Captain Drake has sent two signal
men aboard the passenger steamer, ml
that free communication can he kept
up between tho two vessels. No tilt
citlty is anticipated, but It Is thought
as well to be on the safe side.
The officers nnd men of thu Wlscon
cln nre very glad to bo on tho last end
of their cruise. They have been away
Irom tho States for over threo yeurH,
and, as ono of them put it this morn
ing, "It will be mighty good (o get a
hlKht or Cod's country again." Most
of tho men will bo discharged when
tho ship reaches tho CoasL
Tho Wisconsin goes to the llreiner
ton Navy Yurd to go out of commis
sion'. Many of her officers will bo giv
en a lurloiigh so Hint they mny ninku
visits homo nud get acquainted with
thulr families and friends again.
The session ot lhc Kederul (Iranil
Jury which was commenced tihi
morning was continued lilt 2 o'clock
thin at let noon, ns tho panel of Juroru
called was Insufficient to 1111 the num
ber required. United States Marshal
Hendry was Instructed to bring In a
spednl icnlio of Jurors, thirteen lu
number, this utturuoon, when Judgo
Dolo will probably give his charge to
Tho lower Door of tho Judiciary
building was crowded with witness.;
who have been Kumuiuiied to testify
In the various matters which District
Attorney llrccUonu and Deputy J. J.
Dunne will bring' liefuiu the Jury for
Investigation nnd Indictment If necen
nary. Among those who wilt bo plac
ed on the stand nrc n largo number ot
Portuguese boys and young men who
ant said to have conducted, a most bru
tal prlzc-flght a couple of weeks ago
lu which liaro fists wcro used ami
both tho combatants more or less se
Thero nre no very Important crlinl
mil cases expected during the present
term of cniitt. The majority nro
cases lu which Orientals have trans
gressed ngulust thu l'ederal laws mid
which will bo completed with Utile dif
John A. Uakcr, candidate' for County
Treasurer on thu Homo Rulu ticket,
tayu that the story appearing In the Ad
vol User Friday that he had authorized
u lcpresentntloii to R. H. Trent that bu
would withdraw If given n bundled
dollars, Is without foundation, "1
neither projicnul to Trent that I with
draw," ratit ll.iker, "nor did I tend liny
emu to him stating I would' wlthdi.iw
for any stun tli.it could be named."
g'lWitttt.ritfi fi,wA '