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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLTJLP. T. H.i SATURDAY, OCT. 20, m.
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' Honolulu Ch.iptr--negular
6 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree,
Aloha Temple ncnular
7i30 p. m.
All visiting members ot Hie
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings ot local lodgei.
HARMONY LODCC, No. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening t 7:30
In I. O. O P. Hart, Tort street.
i: II. IU:M)UY. Secretary
o o norm,, n. o ,
ah visiting bro'licra very cordially
MYS1 IC LODGE, No. 2, K. of l.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
f:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, lv'j.f
ttreet. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attcnC.
O.J. WHITEHEAD. C.O.
F. WALDKON, K.K.3.
uahu lodge, no. i, k. of p.
Meets ever? Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodc, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klnley Lodgo, No. 8, and visiting
brothers lordlnlly Invited
A. D. HOND. C. C.
A. 8. KLWWAY. K.R.8
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O. I!.,
lll meet In their ball, .in .Milter
tnd Horetanla streets, evry Friday
By order of the E. n.
HARHY H. SIMPSON,
h. e. MtmiuY, n.n.
Vm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:J0 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, King
I'.rtst Visiting brothers cordially In
ll to atlend.
M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K.il.fl
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
tfeets on tbo 2nd and 4111 WCDNUS
DAY evenings of each month at 7:3''
'clock In K of P. Hall, King atreL
Visiting Eagle are Invited tc ti
BAM McKEACJK. W.P.
H. T. MOOIIK. W. Racy
HAWAIIAN TRIDE Ns. 1, I. O. R. M.
Mcotk every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
V F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E. MUHPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No, 563, Y. M. I.
Mcfts ovory scmnd nnd fourth Wed
nesday of men month at San Antonio
HiUJ. Visiting hrolluTs cordlnlly In
IR-d to at;end.
T. P. McTinilC, I'res.
P.. V TODI), Secy.
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlene G.-s Is superior In quality,
jnd cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
effects on the eves.
For .urther partl-vlsrs Inquire st
Also Calc'um Carbide of all sizes, In
Jrums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 14S Merchant 8L
That's the chief thing to be oeeured
when you buy a delivery wagon.
Correctly constructed so that It lc
the moet convenient vehicle for the
purpose It was built,
That's the way wc build them Tell
us how you want yours we'll build It
that way and at the right price, too.
427 QUEEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. DOX 193.
c; W, ZEIQLER Manager
Illnik books of all sorts, ledgers
tic. niutiufaclurcd by tho liullatln Fob.
lUhliig Conipwiiy. '
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Ih UU DlCM
rt .MdlijiCM lOfpOJ! ;
Htlt mosu caw
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Choosing paint should be a matter
of careful consideration.
After examining the merits of the
several kinds you will be almost cer
tain to order W P. FULLER'S
IT IC DE5T TOR ALL PRACTICAL
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
Soothing Syrup m
h V'rn urd for over ttlXTV gj
VICAUH hv MIM.IONH ot M.,thrrs
ihu. wim nsripct succcw. it
bUU'llll.-i tliO CHILI), BOl'TliMB
ino uuM-.AiUAva nil .nam.
l CUL1C, and !i His
Ilrupi'lhta in evcrv nart nf thn
world, lie miro nnj mk for Mrs.
Winxlow'tf H(KjtbIngByrupond taLo
no oihur Llnd. 2i C11U i Battle.
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Box 192.
Lord and Belser,
Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soli
for Sale. -
OFFICE AND YARD
SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO STS.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
-"HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
f'f-i AIL.. Oi...t
wtstt nianv oiicsit
STYLISH FALL MILLIN
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANCT.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE33ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
IJItl FORT STREET.
O. FAR I A
FINE SUITS FROM $15 UP.
mad In up-to-date
HOTEL opp, BISHOP T,
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
One man and a Bulletin Want ad.
will sell a house while another man
Is wondering whether an ad, will pay.
The Qlobo sells It cheaper.
Autos for hire at Ter. Stables.
Your grocer sells Pol Breakfast Food.
A partner Is wanted. See P. K. It.
Ptrnitcli ad, page 3.
Wnli Ylng Chong Co. have a line lino
of dry goods nnd shoes
The Kp Au llou arrived fioui Kauai
torts nt 5; IT, this morning.
A salesman and collector for Maul
IsuntiUd. Seo ad this Issue.
Hand embroidered shirt waist pat
terns at almost half price Monday ul
'The Island coasting schooner Chan.
I-. WoodDiiry came In from Illlo this
Itclnember that smf hoards in nuy
number ran he obtained nt the Sea
The Coyne rtirnllurn Co. leeched
per S. S. Alnfueda nn elegant line of
The steamer N'llliau arrived e.irly
this morning from Kahulul. Shu Is to
depart :i K.I I ii this ntleruuoii,
Ueatitlful new millinery Just from
N'fjw Yoik at -Miss Powers' .Mllllneiy
1'jrloru, lloMon building. Foil street.
C W. IJuliin, formerly first assistant
Engineer of the Korea, has been un
pointed chief engineer of the steamer
A memorial sen lee for the late
Bainuel K DwIeIu will he held at Pa
lama chapel at W30 tSnndj) evening
The three-masted schooner Uertie
Minor hna been sold to Alfred John
WnlklM Din Is now owned by V. C.
Uergln. Accoinmodatlons, suppries
and attendance absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Treat your Iron roof to i coal ol
"Arabic." Tuero Is no better pioserv
ntlvo made. California Feed Co,
The Kluuii nrrled earlier than
usual this morning, coming in at 9 20
She had a comparatively omall pas
senger list this uiyage.
The big steamer Hermudaii, which
went ashore In New York harbor Oct
ober f, while bound In from llcrmuda,
was rc-llo.ited the next day.
Marrella Flgaroa, who pleaded guil
ty nf bigamy In the Federal court was
sentenced this morning to 1 Duo and
two months' imprisonment.
Thq famous Kauallmu quintet cliili
will jilay nnd sing at the Seaside every
Sunday afternoon and mi'iilnc "
I'aBtor Felmy, of tbo Lutheran
church, returned yesterday on the Ala
meda from a trip abroad, lie was ac
companied by .Mrs. Felmy and two
Captain Jmnes Carroll, master nf the
steamship City of Tnjieka, baa had hlil
lloetisc siiBpemled for three months for
running his Hlilp uthoru neur Point
Arena on Hie California coast.
I he following sugur Is reported on
Hawaii: Ola. lU.fiou; Wulakva, lii.nuo;
Walnakii, 17,10a; Onomca, hl:i; uka-
The (lernuin ship .Mario lluckfcld Is
In lc:no 8(kii for Portland. Hliu has
leeu churalertd to carry wheal fiinii
that jioit to the llnltrd Kingdom uiul
Uil, L'l.sr,"; Kukiilhiiele. lllll; llonu
Tins Bteam schooner .Shasta, Cnpluln
U lluiitcii. went .ihIioid on the luc'ku
near Point Conception lighthouse ga
llon on the California CoaKl Oilulx-r
6, uml muh wrecked. All of her new
went KaMiil. i:rf(jit8 madu to pull the
Shasta oft the rocks pioved libelee,
lu tho two Bill tn of S. II. Derby vx.
I-. II. Kerr mid I.. II. Kerr & Co. Judg
ment wus confessed before Judge. Itoli
tnson this morning. Tbo suits were
lor ?I00 and ll.'.o.
.Memhers of IJ. p. (), k. ti am re-
iliiesieu in meei nt 171 1 Aliupiinl Htieet i
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock for tho
purpose of unending tho fuiiciul of
our late Hrother A. J. Lyon.
lloiden'H .Malted .Milk bus no equal.
A hcleiitlllc combination of ull the nu
ll lllvn elements of rlchesl cow's milk
r.nd thn most wholesonio ceieals. Theo.
II. l)iii-H '4 Co, wholoulo agents.
.Mih. C. u DIckiiHOii'H leimirkuble
mUllnery opening .Monday will be the
meet a of ladliM who leallzo the pleas
uru of lew lug beautiful women'
hvjtlwour. Kteiyuuit Is welcome,
The torfiedo ho.il ileilioyer Prebel,
l.ieiiii-miiii - N. Freeman loluiiiand
it. went nshore near Simla Haibara
while going to the ic-i'c-utiof the Shaslu
Slut was nulled of. Inntever. iinhaimed.
by Ihu destroyer Paul Jones und two
Kainumulu, the ten muiithu' old
daughter of Alex I.. DoFrlen, a biisemuu
at the I'alama llm btallun, died this
morning at the home of her patents on
Acbl lane. The funeral will take place
tomorrow afternoon in lbs KuwuluUao
You cun secure liaiidsnine ChrlslnuH
glf(H In Oriental embroideries ut Sachs'
Any member of the llanlton Mutual
Hurlul Asroclallnu In arrears pn as
sessments and penalties to uu amount
excecuing ill, shall forfeit tint member
ship without notlcu, and can only ho
leliiEtuted t$- payment ot all nrreuis
and u further sum of ti,
Owing to the shlftlug of the Bands
the best bathing at Walklkl Is directly
In front of the Seusldo.
Otuul, a Japjuebe who pleaded guil
ty to the offense of having u still In
his possession which had uot been reg
istered with the United States Internal
Hcvcnuii office, before tbo Federal
court was sentenced to pay u $500 line
and spend one month lu prison by
Judge Uyle this morning
When the Doric lelurnu to this port,
on her way to the Orient, sho will be
under command of Captain Iluny (liiu
l.roser, for many yeais 'chief ollleer.
Cnpluln Smith and tho rest of tho of
llcern und engineers, with Hut ump
turn of Chief llnglneer Allen, nut to
gu t ol.lvernool, to be usslgneil o iluty
mi Hut Atlantli! MeanierH of tlio Whlto
Stur line, Chief Allen will iiiiib.ibly
li-miilu with the Doric, or Ihn 1'ernin.
as she U now to be lulled,
The Weelly Kdltlnn of the lOvenlng
nullrlln Klvef a compltJin summary of
tho news of the dty, for Ml ywr,
D6'I Need "
V no, uon't need 'em.
'cause I can't rtad. If I
could read I'd get glasses
ure. I'd go. to.
A, N. Sanford,
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HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-180 KINO STREET. ' PHONE 887.
The Oahu Central Improvement Club
sent In to the Hoard of Superiors
Thursday night a communication In,
reference to u number of Improvements
In unions jiaita nf the county which
ought to be attended to at once. Iho
attention of the Hoard h railed to thn
urgent need of repalrn to the Nuiiaiiii
valley load from thn I'all. The top
dressing Ih stnleil In be in great need
of repairing before the winter ralim set
in and w;ork furllnW- damage.
Vineyard street, betwien Hiiinin and
Fort, should uUo he looked after, und
Iho Hoard Is uiged lu abate the iiuIk-,
nnct! i aimed by the liuumpletn drain-
age of the kIoiiii wnleiH nl tlyt Wulklkl
iiiniii.n corner oi rtnmwiu mid J.cliool
H reel" ' '
'I be Improvement club recommends
that lep.ilrs'be iiiadu to lleietaula live
nut from I'liuuhuu to the Walalae
load, mid alo to Wiilahii) ro.nl fioui
.Mnlllll to the Million bridge. These
repali-H. It Is staled, will eiimnlete the
nlhei-nlic excellent ro.ul Ibroiigh to
Admiral Ileckley ' renorts iinllllcs
iHiomlngoii II ii u u 1 1 All lint i-umlldalcj
who aii touring Iho Island, he nays,
him imvllli: i: erouUH In hear ulint
they have to say. und there Ik much In
teiest iiianlfettid In the campaign.
concerning .Mct'laiinliuu, hit Hays
tnal while tint Democratic usplrunl af
ter tho eleiiloi for Deh'gatit Is having
big audleiiieri at the milieu where lie
opeakH. Im hasn't u ghost of u show for
i lection. Hit enn'l comu within Mil
Hug illxluniii of Kiilnulauaolu when It
tomes to getting Mites.
Han Siilvudor. Oct. 15. A temiet
linH ragi'il for ten dayu lu tho lepublle
or haiMiuor. .looillng valleys, dcxtioy
lug cattle uiul iiojiHimd drowning linn
tlleds or people The loss Is luuilcul
alilo. tlii-iiemubi und lloudur.ix liato
Hilffered the loss of millions.
STORM SWEEPS SEA
Washington, Oct. l'j. Tim Cuban
hurricane eMendu 2U0 miles out tit sea.
CUBA BUFFERS DAMAGE
Havana. Oil l!l. The people of this
city inn stormbound. Twenty ure
known to hate been killed. In the
luovliurx of Havana and Plnui- del III.)
trees uitt uiiiooleil and the loss to pinp
erty Is etilnialed nt $L',uuo,00o.
TIDAL WAVE FATAL
Mliiml. Flu Oil. la. The steamer
St. Liu la hat been sunk and twentj
lli passengers lime been killed b) u
tidal wave 'I He eutlm IlKhllig fleet is
missing, it ln known that 2.r,0 people
have been drowned,
STORM AT ULLIOT KEY
Llllott Key Oct. 19.
utoruHk laglng heis,
GJOA AT SAN TRANCISCO
San Fi.iiuIm-o. (K-t. I!). The flloa.
whh b made tin Nnithwest pabsugo and '
iiH-uieii uie nun magnetic north, hail
New Yuil.. Hit 19. AH ii lesull nf
llm lifcllmoii) giM'ii thn giniul Jui y by
Charles I' Murphy, u number of sub
pin nan hate hiH'ii iHsued,
THREE MORE DRHADNAUOHTS
lindon, ti. i Ili-'Hm adiulially will
i Hindi ml lime morn ywuclii of tlio
mm i hi
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIQHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In Harvard University.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGES;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Wm. C. Lyon Co.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
SAFES, IRON FENCE.
C. M. COOKC TELL8
(Continued from Page 1)
things which he thinks would ba well
north while, but wc cannot attempt
too much, for we have not the people.
Hut we have a pile of climate."
"How do conditions In San Frauds,
co Impress you?" Inquired the report
"A good deal of headway Is being
maue in clearing nwny tlio debris and
there Is a wonderful spirit of hopeful
ness," aiisueied tho banker, "hut tiau
FianelscaiiH have- u tremendous prub
lem to fuci-. One, banker said to mo
I but bo vwib ready to rebuild, onlv ho
did not know where to locute. Ho
could not tell where tho business cen
ter would he. That seems to be tho
chief thing which Ih. delaying people
who Intend to build, fiom golnir nheud.
Kudi Is more or lea wultiug for the
other. Homo think the new buslnesH
tenter will bo uroiind Murkel und
I'osl ntieets, while otherH nro of tho
cplnlou that It will be further up town!
mid Mill others anticipate that It will
center about tint wholesale district.
Under Ihesu uncertain conditions ev-
eiyono is slow about 'starting. There
Is certainly n vast amount of work to
bo done and It will tako a long time,
but coudllloiiK aro much butter than
when wo went Ihioiigh Uio city lu
June. Do you know," added tbo speak
it. "I am surprised Hull moro people
did not coiiio to Honolulu to settle af
ter the earthquake, Instead of going
to Seattle and Los Angeles and other
"Whut Is the composite Impression
which you bring homo from your trip
tho ono thing which Impressed you
iiioio than nil elsof" asked the report
er. "Mixture of pulllles," promptly re
piled tho banker, with a twlnklo In bis
"Hero or nbroairt" Interpolated his
"Ilolh," tersely replied the speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooke, MIsh Alice
Cooko and Thoodoro Cooke left Ho
nolulu Juno 8, going direct to New
HiiU'ii, Connecticut, where they were
piem-nt ul thn Yalo commencement,
Mr. ami Mm. Cooke's son Ittehurd to-
lelvlng his degreo this year. Tint par-
y itit'ii sailed on tbo "Arabic" from
Huston, making their first Htop on tho
"It Ih my opinion." xaid Mr. Cooke.
In speaking of their Jourueylugs, "that
tuurlslH mukii a great mistake In not
passing tlnougli Ireland on their way
to ICnglnud and Hut Continent. It is
it must Interesting pluco to visit und
wc enjoyed ourHluy thero Immensely."
Pepper Wh iskey
(Hand-Made Sour Mash)
Is always well aged and it is purity Itself.
Made and bottled In the Jas. E. Pepper
Distillery 'of Kentucky, established in 1780.
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents,
W2-904 NUUANU STRUT. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTEH8 AND DEALERS IN FINE WINE8 4 LIQUORS.
From the Emerald Isle tho party
went to Scotland and then did the
lCngilsh lake country, after which
they Journeyed to London and from
there to the eay French cnplttl. Aft
er efome tlmo spent In Paris, where
many points of historic Interest were
visit, the trip was continued to Swit
zerland, where were met Mr, and Mis.
W. R. Castle and family, Lucerne be
Ing the place of meeting.
After a short stay In old Heidelberg,
where Mr. rffld Mrs. Cooke met their
con Richard, who had been touring
Norway with Harold and Alfred Caa
He, the party proceeded down the pic
turesque Ithlno to the old city of Co
logne, where the famous cathedral
formed one of the chief Bights. En
loutc back to London, Helglum mid
the land of the wooden shoe wero vis
ted. During the week spent In Lon
don Hampton Court, Windsor Castle,
and other Interesting places were
viewed, and then the party stopped at
Oxford. On the way to Liverpool
short visits were made to Kenllworth
Castle, Warwick, Stratford on-Avon.
and old Chester. Goodbye lu Merrle
England wag said In Liverpool when
the party embarked Sept. 8 on the
Etrurla. Tho trip across was n rough
and stormy one, In sharp contrast to
the voyage across the Pacific on the
Alameda from San Francisco to Hono
lulu. Ten days were spent In Boston and
some time In New York, where Miss
Alice entered school for tlio winter.
Few stops were made after leaving
the East and the party are prepared
to enjoy their homo all the moro alter
their "little Journey In the world".
(Continued from Paae 1)
could not hut have a bad effect on the
way In which they regarded both lawH
and customs In the United States. He
went on to say that the offense wax
not ouly ono ngalnst the lawu of the
Territory but ulso against Hie senti
ment of the people and that theru
could be no excuse offered for u crime
of this nature under tho conditions
Before the sentence was pronouncid
the Chinaman made a statement to
the court In which he told Judge Dole
practically the name story which ho
had recited before thy Grand 'Jury. Ho
said that In the case of the last woman
with whom he was living she had ronio
to hi in and had asked for his protec
tion and that she might live In is
home as she was being abused and
maltreated by her husband Hit said
that he was a hard worklnr man and
that with twenty-five In his family to
support he was forced to keep busy
irom daylight tin dark in order to
mako both ends meet and to furnish
food for this small clan. On Ibis ac
count he asked that he be ghen a
He stated to the Grand Jury that he
was married to a Hawaiian In thes
Islands 23 years ago und that he has
nun ten ciniuren by her. Ten years
ago ne wnu married again in Uhlna to
u Chinese woman, and he has six moro
children In his family as the result ot
the union. Only n few years ago he
ncicicci another woman to the family,
thin tlmo without Ihu formality, of
marriage, ami she has borne hliu'twc
children und had four adopted chil
dren when hu took her Into tho family
Akuua Ih ono of the most respected
among tho Chinese citizens on Maul,
where ho lives at Makawao.
D, B. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures C a. in., 70; 8 u. in.,
78; 10 a. in., 81; noon, 81'; morning
Hurometer, 8 n, in., 29.'J!) absolute
liumldllx, JL a,-in -T.S97 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m
71 per cent; dew point, 8 u. m., OS.
Wind ti a. in., velocity B. direction
N'.; 8 u. in., velocity 6, direction N. K.;
10 n. in., velocity IB, direction N. Ii.;
noon, velocity IB, direction N. E.
.Halnfall during 21 huurx ended 8 a.
in.. .00 Inch. '
Total win movement during SI
hours ended at noon, IM) miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. United SUtei
Weather Bureau. '
Christian Church, comer Alakea anil
King streets. Junior C. 13., 8 a. m.;
Senior C. K C:o p. in.; Illble school,
:15 u. in.; preaching. 11 a. in. and
7;U0 p. in. Morning; "Paul's Mistake
and Its Lesson fur Us." Evening:
"Knowing Hod and Christ." You lire
cordially invited to uny and ull bit-
l':el':.(l'.1.)' EdMri3 Pa'"""-
Want the Oldest and
ALBERT J, LYONS
DIES 8UDDENLY FROM
A. J. Lyon, ot the W. C. Lyon com
pany, died last night while seated at
Ms dinner table with his family.
Heart alflltulty wos tho cause of deatli
and It camo without the slightest pre
liminary warning. Mr. Lyon was
tervlng the members of the family nns
ns he passed a plate to one near by his
hand seemed to weaken. The plate
came In contact with n glass and Mr.
Lyon said "Excuse me." With that he
tat back In his chair and was gone.
Mr, Lyon has never teen a slron?
man and has had heart attacks before
but there has been nothing to give a
warning of the stroke which proved
fatal. With him at the time was his
wife, his win WHIIum. and Mrs, William-
Lyon. The funeral services will
be held tomorrow at 10 n in. from the
house, 1740 Anapunl street,
Mr. Lyon was bom In' Sonoma, Cal
ifornia, forty-eight years ngo March
17 last. Ills family was from Ken
lucky. He was engaged in ranching In
California, and also In tho real estate
business. He took up the book busi
ness and was very successful, his man
ner of doing business becoming n mat
ter of favorable comment whereter he
Mr Lyon came to Honolulu on a
business trip some six years ago. Hn
finally decided to settle and with hU
son started the Wm, C. Lyon Company,
which has Its headquarters at the cor
ner of Fort nnd Hotel streets. The sou
went to the States, but a few weeks
ago returned and has been with the
Mr. Lyon lenes a wife, 'who was
Miss Ella Ewell of Sonoma, mid three
sous. Italpli A., Arthur It. and William
C. William and Italnli nro lu llonoln-
lulu. The other son Is In Sau. Fran
CABLE 8AYS CUBAN
(Continued from Paae 1.)
sugar securities. No limit was set to
the golden nhowers, which could be
seen on the horizon ready to deluge
Hut the wise ones smiled erimly and i
decided to wait.
None of the bir. sugar agencies blaced
the slightest confidence In tbo rumor.
They fell that some damage might
have been done In Cuba, but they felt
certain that the crop had been far from
destroyed. Thoy'rudely dispelled tho
golden visions of the multitude. ' '
E. D. Tetiucy ot Castle & Cooke was
the most emphatic of the cxpertr ou
the sugar situation. , ,
"Toroinyrot," was his laconic com
ment, when the contents of the cable
gram were mentioned to him, "XJie f
big storm, which has been raging in i
the West Indies, may have damaged
the crop to some extent, but to say
that It Is destroyed Is lommyrot." J
J. ,P. Cooko, ot, Alexander & Baldwin I
had about the irnmo opinion on tlleu'b-1"'1"
Jett as Tenney. "Wm have heard noth
ing whatever about It. Our linn, as
well as all tho other big sugar agen
cies here, have agencies in New York.
und we would have heard from them If. ... . .
unyiiimg or inn Kind had happened.
My own brother Is In charge of the
agency In New Vork. and I feel con
Ddenl that hu would have, let us know,
If anything of audi Imnortance bad
happened. ' I believe, that possibly the
crop In soma ole district' ot Cuba may
have been damaged, and that the mat
ter has been exaggerated by the paper.).
"i (ion t mink tne Cuban crop has
been destroyed," said Win. PfotcnHuu-
er of H. Hnckfeld U Co. "I certainly
hope that tho report Is not true. I be
lieve in "live and let live." It would
bo a terrible dlf aster If such an etent
should have occurred. We should cer-
taluly not Ilka it. If It happened to us.
Wit hnve had no advices whatever ou
Attorney John II. white was nd in 1 1 ted
to practice In the Ilnltud States court
In this territory this morning by Judge
Dole on the recommendiitlou of U. S.
District Attorney H. w. Ureekons. Ho
diew a prize Immediately us ho WU3
assigned to defend u Chinese woman
named Uml Sola, only u few minuted
utter he had been admitted. This was
done ou the recommendation of At
torney Ureekons, who suggested that
oil uccount of tho fact that the Japan
ese woman had no attorney und wus
charged with bigamy It was the very
upituriuiiuy lor sir. wniie, whom ho
btuted he understood in l. n ,iI,ui,.-
ary and bo particularly qualified to
lake part In a case of this kind.