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Vol. X"VIII No 3511
Longer Leave Asked
For Immigrant Work
MAY CO TO ITALY IF GRANTED
"That nows that the Suverlc has
started with a load of Immigrant wan
good nows," said a member of the
Hoard of Immigration this morning.
"We consider that Stackable has done
excellent work, lie had many dllll
ui I ties to contend with, having to
tompeto with several other countries
which offered tempting Inducements
to Immigrants, but now we bopo a
permanent councctlon has been estab
lished. "Jt Is very desirable that Stuckablo
uliould be able to spend somo more
t'me in the labor fields. For this rea
iion he bus applied to the Washington
iiiithotltles for an extension of his
leave of absence, but no answer to
this request lias as yet been received.
"If the extension should be granted
Rtackuhle will completo further or
laugemeiits In Madeira, and then
leave tho matter In charge of Kroner,
his assistant. It Is my Idea that
Stackable should also go to Italy, ga
that we might get laborers from that
louutry also. On the whole, I think
he should Matte a thorough Investiga
tion of all the Ruropean countries In
which there are peoplo desirous to
emigrate, while be Is away, so that
we would have full Information ou
"The only thing that 1 am afraid of
Is that the Jong trip will tend to dls
toiiruge the Immigrants. A two
months' trip around the Horn, under
conditions under which theso 1'orlu
guese have to travel. Is bound to cre
ate some haidshlps. It Is liable, to
make them feel sorry that they over
left hume, In which event they may
send buck discouraging reports to
their friends. Tho way to overcome
this will bo to bring the additional
immigrants Mo want here by regular
Kteamers. Wo should urrungo it se
that the Portuguese will be taken In
loads uf from CO to ICO In each steam
ir via Tehuantepee, so that they
would arrive hero In a steady stream."
Mill WILL IIW
Iltidunest, Oct. 11. Twenty-five hull,
dred bakers liuvo struck.
A magnificent finish for a
new grade of very durable
furniture. Chairs, Rockers,
Desks, Tables and Magazine
Tables are now on display of
J. Hopp & Co.,
1003.1059-1065 BISHOP 8T.
MADE IN NEW YORK
dlP.A.1 tnln l(S fUHUd
fbrMcn K. W
Opportunity is like a gold mine. It gives a man a chance to dig die:- dig
I 3:30 O'CLOCK
TO THE COAST
HI K DIIKHIS
Sending the transport Sheridan to
San Francisco In her present condition
may prove to be dangerous.
Such Is the opinion expressed along
the wnterfront by those who are nwure
of the Injuries which tho steamer has
unstained ami who aro In a position to
know what difficulties she has In over
come before she reaches the Coast.
There nre no punctures In the bottom
of the vessel. So much the examina
tion by the diver has disclosed. Hut
the pounding on the coral bad the effect
of badly straining tho seams and there
are many large cracks through which
the water Is pouring In. There Is not
n great amount coming In ut present,
and the pumps are not kept working
ery hard. After the crankiness of the
ship, occasional by the heavy boilers
bn her deck, was partially uvereoni",
the Sheridan had uo difficulty In gel'
ting Into port.
Hut then she was working under the
most favorable conditions. Tim t
between hero and I'earl Harbor was as
smooth as glasc There was practically
uo swell, and the ship came Into the
harbor easily In tow of tho Iroquois.
Hut wliut may happen when she
Harts for San Francisco and gets
mound Diamond Head, where tho long
swells of the I'uclflc can act upon her,
may prove to bo a different proposition.
A very large number of the plates of
the vessel's uottoni are started. In
somo Instanced tho cracks between
them are large enough for a man to
put his hand Into, it doesn't take man)
of these to let In u large amount of
water. That not much Is going In now
Is not rtrange, in view of the fact that
the e-Hel Is Ijlng quietly ut the dock
and that tbero Is no motion to widen
the cracks. An effort is being made to
ttop the leaks by driving In wooden
wedges and Beating them with cement
"How long will that last when site
Rets out into the open sea and begins
' .M llltl.1 ItiA Inn.. uilmIIu' cud! n uaII
known sailor. "What do joii think
is llublo to happen when she begin to
work In the sea? Those plugs uro not
golug to ttay there very long. I re
gard It as a mighty dangerous thing to
send the Sheridan to sea In that con
dition and In tow of u vessel no heavier
than the Slocum. The Slocutu la pow
erful enough. But she Is not heavy
enough. She can tow tho Sheridan ull
right, but she can't hold her steady.
(Continued on Page 2.)
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 dreesed In ac
cord with Fashion.
THE KASH CO., LTD.
TEL. MAIN 26.
CORNEP FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. .FRIDAY. OOIOBKR 12. 1900
(Attoclaled I'rtMt Special Cailt)
WA8HINOTON, D. C, Oct. 12. Sta
tistics show that American exports to
China and Japan have decreased one.
half during the last eight months.
(.ltnclrtttJ I'rcn Biifrlnl Cable)
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 12. The Chics
go Nationals won today's game of the
championship series with the Amerl-
Score: Nationals, 1;
(Anoclalcd I'rtMt Special CaiU)
8ANTIAQO, Chile, Oct. 12. The
Congress of Chile at Its next session
will consider the appropriation of
$25,000,000. for reconstruction of clt.
les that suffered from the late earth
SI l'etersbnig. Oct II. The govern
ment has negotiated u loan of $5,000,
000. NEW aOVERNMENT PUNNED
Havana, Oct. 11. A goerumcnt with
Cebelllos Is contemplated.
Washington, Oct. 11. Cold weather
has begun In the Kast nnd South and
there Is much damage to irops.
Atlanta, (la., Oct. 11. Kifty Himisuint
baleH of cotton have been kill.! by
JjrsJT-"For Rent" cardt on sate at
the Bulletin office
A single day's delay may forever
lose you the chance of securing lf
Insurance. Every year the
declines thousands of persons, many
of whom, had they applied In time
would have been accepted.
Insurance in the Prudential Is a
blessing. Apply for It NOW.
Fort St. Bonolul'i
BULLETIN M. SUPPIEMENIS ffHMT
DISTRICT VOTE GROWS
ft--f -T--f -t--t
Will be a newspaper every wo-
man and every man who can read
will waul to take home.
Grace llurleiise Tower will tell -t
of her Interview with Sarah Ucrn-
4- hardt and k,lve many Interesting
nnd valuable suggestions for the
The Bulletin's social writer will
give all the social gossip of the
f Tho Kepubllcan leaders will be
'pictured nnd good juridical doc-
f trine expounded for Intelligent
There will be stories for the t
boys and news for every one. So
AT KAHULUI AND
(Special by Win loss) '.'
it KAHULUI. Maul, Oct. r.'.-Tlie it
it Japanem- training ship Auegawu it
it arrived at Kuhuliii this forenoon it
and was given a tremendous re- it
A1 ceptlon by the Jupanesu gather- it
tt ed In tho town.
ft There were thousands of Jap- it
iV anese from up country and the
nearby plantation". Over (2000.
ft was subscribed for the event, it
Ar The luncheon will be held this A
it noon. it
it it it it it X it it
Tho party-workers in the Republi
can headquarters are at present hard
at work preparing tables showing the
nationality and rucu of the otcrn who
havo registered . They have so far
managed to complete, the tallies for
the most Interesting part of tho Coun
ty, namely: the town precincts of tho
Fifth Dlstrlit, where tho races are
mute mixed than anywberu else.
This table Is as follows:
Prcts. Uawn. For. Port. Chin. Jap.
fi . . . . 2C0 7!) 31 U 0
7 .... 319 25 14 r 1
8 .... 108 GC 11 4 0
!).... 302 35 13 24 0
10 .... 101 8 21 1 0
11 .... 194 r.9 14 1 0
12 .... 332 r.9 1!) C3 1
13 .... 101 33 3 37 0
1781 3S4 ISC 131 2
The most remarkable point shown
by tho above table Is tho total show
ing but 131 Cbtneso voters. While
this Is a considerable Increasn since
the last election, when only 107 Chi
nese registered In the entire Fifth,
and only 101 lu the precincts covered
by the table, tho number falls fur
short of tho estimates, which were
made by the politicians at the begin-
t nine of the camui'lgu. H was then prc-
uicieu mai merit wtium uu u greui in
creuro In the Chinese vote, the number
lelng generally placed ut 200 or 250,
A further comparison of the table
of this year, and tho number ot voters
of various nationalities found in thu
old precincts covering the same ground
ut the last election, shows quite a re
markable decrease lu tho number oi
haoles in the town prccluitu of the
Fifth, there being only 354 now, while
on the former occasion Ihero were 531.
Tho number of Hawaiian registered
(Continued on Page 4.)
(Muoclfllrd l'ref Fiicctal Cable)
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct. 12. Secreta
ry Taft is holding conferences with a
committee of Insurgents to establish
a basis for peace negotiations.
(Atioclattd i'reit Special Cable;
BASSET-ERRE, Ouadatoupe, Oct.
12. Mount Pelee Is again In eruption.
This Is the first violent outbreak
since the great disaster of Martinique,
(Atioctattd 1'rett tpreial CU)
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Oct. 12.
Ernest Denicke, son of Capitalist De
nicke, has been held for manslaugh
ter. This Is one of the casee follow
ing the period of law by gunshot dur
ing the great dlcaster, Denicke shot
a man for l!eu d loot'nr). He was
ence released by the courts b it t"cr
ward the matter was brought before
the Qrand Jury.
STEALS i MILLION
New York. Oct. 11, Cablegrams have
been sent all oer tho world to appre
I end Manuel Sllvelru, nn ottlrlal iK a
Havana bank who has absconded with
11.000,000, causing tho failure of the In
Mukden, Oct, 11. Japanese officials
have been expelled from the Russian
sphere of (nlluenco lu Manchuria. The
Japanese consul hero has goue to Har
bin to ask uu explanation. Japanese!
merchants are still admitted.
Santa Barbara, Cal.. Oct. 12. Tho
endurunco trial of tho armored cruller
California hus been Indefinitely post
poned, owing to u break lu tho ma
Helslngfors, Oct. 11. Tho Constitu
tional Congress, In sosslon here, passed
resolutions denouncing Premier Sloly
pin and then adjourned.
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Oct. 11.
8UQAR: 88 analysis Beets, 9s. 6d.
Parity. 3.99 cents. Previous quotation
9s. 4 1-2d.
There l 'sealing of
security around the
hearthstone when the
silverware Is locked up
In a steel vault. You
cannot count on It when
you have hidden It away
In a closet there's no
safety there. We have
Trust Company, I-td.
Another Libel Filed
In Federal Court
CUMHINGS' SERVICES WORTH $4,000
Still another libel has been filed
r.galnst the Pacific Moll Company as
the result of tho Manchuria's running
othore at Waluanalo. This time It Is
the steam schooner J. A. Ctimmlngs.
wlilcli figures in Ilia claim ngaiusi uio
big liner. Tho amount asked for her
services Is only $4,000, which fncludert
,1... .. .il. .l...w. I... liAt. Ill Itiultii. nlr
iinftKenver niul lflndlni? them nl Wat-1
nanalo on the day of the wreck, nsl, "'J""K" Uniiimyd totirt ilitt morn
well as numberless other scrUccs ren-' '' t'","' of V"""1"1 ' '" ' T'""L
V i .i .I. i-.. i. .. n- i .ii. i. Hhoiuwn, on two counts, and No
ilercd the ship when bIio was In uls- tli,m n ,, i ,.
"CTh'o libel, which was filed In Judge I
-.ole's cour't this morning was sccom-,
pauled by a
tlpulation on tho pait
i.. u...... r nv rr
or the Wnlmanalo Sugar Company, for
whom Henry K. Cooper actK ns proc-
or, and llurkfcM Ac Co., ou behalf of
.!.. tlMi.1,1.. lnl1 II. n. ..If ... li.ti.illlu I
IV..., "... .-V" ,:.i -nuVii.. --i-.tnim
.! V.,n..ia n, fCtiio Mall mm. I
nnd rlinttels tho Purine Mull Com- I
pany has In this city. Hackfeld agrees
to assume responsibility for hiicIi
amount of damages ns shall be uecc
tary in case Judgment Is given
r.galnst tho libelees.
The libel gles the time covered b
the sen lees of the Cummlngs from
August 20 to August 27. It states that i
tu August 20, the d.iy when the Maii-
fhurla went aground, the Cummlngs' I
was senl to her assistance with In-,
ktructlons to givo whatever usslst-1
anco was asxou or couiu ue given
when requested by the coplaln of the r connected with the In.inlgra
ship or by Hackfeld & Co.. ns the I.,- . '" companies and the attack made
cal representative of the Pacific Mall
Company. In response to a request
Horn Iho latter, the Cummlngs tooic,"' , ' '"'"""", "
111 tho first-class passengers ashore nn, "l'lgleH haw. smoothed tho mat-
with their hand baggage, lu order to
.1,. n.iu mi,,. ,u pniniw.iii.,1 m i.liten
herself In a most dangerous position
cud where the depth of thu water wna
unknown to (' plain Searle.
It Is also ed that when the Cum
nilnifa witii Miifstdn tho Maneburla
first some n the passengers were ln'w'"' ""
.i Dint,. , if ,.i,.nl rrlchf niul Hint u lilllil. of United
Ur of them offered Captuln Sinrlo ey. u. s. .Marsnai nen.irys name
tlUO apiece If hu would take them nlso appeared on the bond of the Jap
tafe to shoie. Ho refused tills, in or- J "'" ''dllnr which ho lllcd pending
cier to plure his ship entirely nt the H'e trial. This did not seem flttlnc
service of tho Puclllc Mull Company , ' the Jnpaiiise cilllclals and as tho
tor Buch ubo ns they might Bee lit. Iiesult a inotect was filed with tho
Alter this tho libel mentions arl.M"lnrti"e"- "f Jnsllco In Washington
ous trips made by tho Cummlngs finm j against the representative? of the do
Honolulu to Wnlmanalo. tuklug cables juurtmc nt taking part In n caio In
and anchor out to tho stranded boat. .- the Consul of a filcndly power
riorcH und supplies to tho llestorer,
bringing In the baggage of (t.o pusseu
pers, earrjlng Measure in coin and
valuables amounting In value to I17S,-
(00 aud making herself most useful In
Finally, In summing up the ease,
the libel slates that the Cummlngs Is
worth $15,000 and that she was placed
In tho greatest risk, hazard unci peril,
while, ou the other band, she wna of
great beiiellt aud advantage lo the
Manchuria, her passengers and cargo.
The document Is signed by Henry
Whltnoy as treasurer for the Wnlma-
nalo Sugar Cumpuuy, the owners of i
Your grocer sells Pol Breakfast Fond
For Women is more desirable
than anything: else.
Our NURSE'S OXFORD has r.-ort real
comfort u.ualltles than any other known
shoe. A. INaturo Shape Tie with low tint
rubber heel, hand turn Inlaid elk skin
Biggest comfort vuluc for $2. SO.
Notes These uro mothers stand-by.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.,
J 05 J Fort Street.
Hew would you no about netting
a maid or other assistant? Would
you expect to telephone to all your
PEOPLE USE THE
BULLETIN WANT ADS.
TO SAVE TIME AND WORRY.
jVIUOB 5 Oknts
IK III Still
. . ... ....
" I'f''1 ' ," prtntUiii' Tim
, .. m not cou,, u a c.p e,., f , r-
, i , , , ".-
' l""""' "l PJI'. who was III-
leged to have been Muled, lias been
generally known to huvu tApcrlcnted
ii (hauge of heart slme his lelurn
Japan, early hist mouth.
. 'I1 relations when !,. left for thu
Orient were (.trained to the grinlesl
degree with some uf the local
Japanese nnd particularly with Hie
owner of a local Japanese paper, l.
Hhlnzuwa, mid ToUUhl, his editorial
. 1 i Somo lutlut'Ufe was biought
to b ar, however, while the CuikuI
was nwny, and ns the result nil the
troubles have been settled most ami
cably nnd It has been agreed tu let
bj genes be b)goues.
The chargo which was mado against
the Consul wan that ho had been too
I "I'on mm num vicious. . ..,.,
. Japaneso editors have seen the error
Tim fiul of the case coming as it
' "n wl11 n"" I"" R,u "
matter which might have caused a
most Interesting discussion. One at
torney for the defeusu In the crimi
nal libel sull wits Attorney MrcckoiM
holds the position
States District Attor-
was concerned. Since the matter has
been so quietly Heltled between tho
two parties nt strife it Is supposed
the protest lodged with the depart
ment will bo dropped,
f.la-utftilirf rrr- Special Cubit)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 12. Re-
fined suoar was reduced In price to-
day ten cents a hundred.
The das will coon ho getting shoiter
mid tho coil bills lunger
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