Newspaper Page Text
RVRNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 11.. THURSDAY. OCT. 2G, 1900.
mpiimpfnu i .yhj$ttfmW!ly
Leahl Chapter Initiation
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
Hawaiian Second Degree
7:30 p. m.
Pacific Second Degree,
i - ,rs -Lei
Aloha Chapter Initiation
All visiting members of the
orilnr arc cordially Invited to ai
tend meetings of local lodgss.
t.VrtMONY LODGE, No. I, I. 0. O. F.
Mceti every Monday evening at 7 30
n 1 O. O F. HaPI, Fort street.
E. 11. HUKDRY. Secretary
c. o. iiottel, N. a.
VII vlsltlrg brothers vory cordlallj
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
30 o'clock In K. of. P. Hall, K'n
tret. Visiting brothers cordially In- '
i ted to attend.
O.J. WHITEHEAD, 0.0 ,
F. WALDRON, K.IL3. I
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Mits ever? Friday evenlrg at I
. P. Hall, KIu,t street, at 7:30. Meat-
lers of Mystic Lode, No. Z, Wm. Mc-1
tlnley Lodge, No. 8, and TlsltlbK i
rotters cordially Invited. j
General Business. i
A. D BOND. O. 0. I
A. 8. KENWAY. K.R.B I
jfcOLULU LODQC 610, B. P. 0. E.
rlonolulu Lodgo No. Sid, D. P. O, H.,
.ill meet In their hall .m Miller
mil nnreinnla streets, every Friday
Oy order of the . II.
HARRY H. BIMP80N,
K. E. MURRAY, E.R.
. M'KINLEY LODQE No. B, K.ef P.
Krct every Saturday fnln sl
20 o clock In K of P Hall, Klnc
jut Visiting brothers cordlsll) In i
ttv to attend. i
M M JOHNSON, C.C
E A JACOD80N. K l(
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O, r.
ilcit on the 2nd and th WKIiN'Lrt
OAY evenlnns of each month at T .".r
dock In K of P Hall, King tr-'
VlelUui Hsslo sre )n vlt'i ii ni
CAM MiKCAIl 'E WV
H T. MOOHK w he t
HAWAIIAN TRIDE N 1, I. O. R. M
Meet!, every second and tMirth
FRIDAY of each month In I O. 0 F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE, Sarhem
A. E MURPHY 0 of II
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y M. I.
Meets ovory second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month nt San Antonio
llil. VlsltlnR brothers cordially In
vtfe'd to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE. Prea.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
mi u n'inmis smnmisM"c i ti """'""
A Superior Light to all others
Aceytlene Ons la superior In quaht.
ind cheapness radiates less '"at, vltl
stes the air less jnd has no Injurious
ffecU on the eves.
For .urther partl-'lrt Inqulrt il
the office. !
Also Calc'um CarMde of all siies. In
'urns and small cans, for Qenerators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
jnd grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. ,W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant 81
That's the chief thing to be secured i
when you buy a delivery wagon. i
. Correctly constructed co that It Is
the moct convenient vehicle for the I
purpose It was built.
That's the way we build them. Tell
us how you want yours we'll build It '
that way and at the right price, too.
Hawaiian Carriage i
127 QUEEN 8T, TEL. MAIN 47. '
P. 0. BOX 103.
C, W. ZEIQLER Managsr
lllnnli books of all sort). Ifulgors
IB,, inumiMfiiirnl uy Ilia Ilullotln Tub ,
sliliig Cvuiiy. I
H o s
"' ' llJ rr:
lirTr Old Blind lJ
I - Whisk - t
Wi,,,:Kffi M-4 in
I BwBavlaB ' " i I 7
-M.'.ritT Ft. W i
w Mgm a -"2 X
The Best Paint for Kitchen
and Bathroom Floors
Put It on In the evening and
It hardens with a beautiful,
glossy finish bcfoie morning.
It gives long and satisfactory
wear Ready mixed for use.
For outside painting, where
a good paint Is needed, try our
PORCH AND STAIR PAINT.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINO ST.
For Over 60 Years
Sootliing Syrttp m
ban lifen urt for over BlXTif S
YKAKtt i'V .Miui.iunn ci winners
INO, with perfect succe. IT
bOOTIirs tto CHILD, bOl'TKNS
tho GUMS, ALLAYS all tinln,
UUKl.s wi.nm .ui,ii-'. niiu u ins
by DruKcUu la every part cf tho
vrorM. 114 ftiiro ana mil lor Mrs.
E3 Vlnlow'rfBooli)lnff8yrupnnd tsko
gg lio waer Llnd. 25 Cenu) a Bottle.
An Old and Well-hied Remidj
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Bo 192.
Lord rind Selser,
Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming
Black and White Sand and Soil
..SOUTH &. KnWAIAHAO ST8.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
STYLISH FALL MILLIN
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU 8T. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
O. FAR I A
FIMC SUITS FROM 1B UP.
mad In up to-
data 1-1 style.
HOTUL opp, B80P T.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There are ALWAYS people who
want to buy doqn or blrd-r and they
read the Bulletin Want Ads.
Autos for hire at Ter Stables.
Your fjrocer sells Pol Dreukfast Food
Rest cup of lodee In tho city. Neu
Don't mlsrt -Friday Special" nt Whit '
my & Marsh's tomorrow rmbrold j
tjueen street Skating Rink will open
Saturday (veiling, November 3. Band'
Neatly furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular. $1, $1.60 nnd $2 per week. 1243
Fort street '
I A cold glass of I'rlmo bier makes a
uellp.htful treat at un owning card
I party Tr It.
Booth's Uaked Brans am Belling lap-
Idly nt Etuii'ilo prlce3 at J. M. Levy &
Vo.i. Phuno Mnln 119.
See our Porto Rlcnu l'anlma hats.
Something new' Blocked to order
Priced from (i up. Expert Hat CImu
ers. U2i tort St . opp. Club Htnbles.
C 1! Oilman, manager of tho Ame rl-inn-Hawaiian
Construction Co., left
jcslerday on the Alameda.
.1. II. Agasslz, of Cotton Bros & Co
left lor the Stales jejterday. accompa
nied by his wife and daughter.
Hate )ou made a will7 It Is a uillj
yen owe to yourself and family tu do
co no matter how small )our cslato
Consultation free at Hawaiian Trust
Don't fall to call at Bergsirom Muslu
Co. and hear the Victor tnlklim mn
rlilne. Wonderful linpruiciiionts In the
11 1' llowlanil, brother of the As
rlntant Hujierlnienilent of Public
Works, loft for the Coast jeilerda) on
Coat our Iron roof with "Arable."
You ivlll be surprised at Its cooling nnd
preecrratUe properties. California
Feed Co., ageubH.
The smokur'e acme of delight Is to
llglit a .Mike Wright clgur after n uood
t'liiiier Try one. Ilayseldeii Totm-iu
Co , wholesale ngeiitH
P M Naluul b.iH returned to bin dit
lies of entry ileik ut thu custom bouia'
after biiNliiH been laid up with l jiliokl
fever fur I luce months.
Wulklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
HiTr.li. Accommodations, supplies i
ami attendance, ubsolutely first class.
Finest bathing on tho beach.
Henry May & Co. haw received ii!
..Il ........... .......I ,. ,1... . ..I..I.H..I...I I? 1'. I
inn uo-ui mil-lit Ul fcliu kr,uiuit:ii t IM
W eaiiniil fruits of the new season.
Order now whllu.Mirletles are lom
ilele. P. Marcello uiih found nut guilty of
stealing iiiipklns from the traiiHioil
Buford In the Fcdtrul Court yii.teid.iy.
Ilo was defoiuled by Allunn'V K. W.
Sulton, a iiewiomer In legal bualliekS
In tills illy.
Remember a delicious dinner at the
popular prim of one dollar Is served
every eveulng on the great semi-circular
liinul of the KeaMde Hotel. But
valtiR for thu money and cUulest place
In town to dine.
Judge Dole has continued the habeas
corpus case of Nuknslilmu, the Jupaii-
csu vvliom tlm Imnilgiulloii olllelals
wish In keep out of tho (ounlry on nc-
lotllit of his being nffllLled with tru-
elioina, till Suturday.
(Beat reductions for tbreo days only
All our $S.ni) suits reduced to $7. I'antu
iil'.l lo.its SCCO reduced to J"'. All our
125 nnd S1.C0 shirts, u full rungo uf'snrgfnt illlrn and carbines havo been
elzes nml colors, reduced tu (I. I.. II.
Kerr & Co. Alalteu street.
Major McOIII, who was In town Mon-!rl'
day and Tuesday, en routo to Orlentnl
posts per tho Sherman, Inspected lb.'
local tnarlnn barriicks nnd uuard. Mnlort
Fuller. In command, was complimented
jii the good showing mado by bis men
and the generally excellent condition
uf the post
Captain Joynes, the popular com
mander .of the revenue cutter Mnuulm;,
nan received letters from Captain l'ea
lody of thu Sheridan nnd Captain Hum
phrey, I' H. A. Depot Qiurlerinasler,
lOmpllmeutliiK lilm viry highly on the
good and cfllclenl work ho did In the
salving of tlm Sheridan
Rev. K. W Timing and Rnv 0. 11.
Uullck last week attended the semi
annual meeting of the Kiiunl Kvangel
Icul Association nt I.lhue. They organ
ized n Japanese church on Thiirsduy.
On Friday they attended u birthday
meeting In honor of Mother RIch. nnd
the enme ovenlnr: n union meeting In
tho Salvation Army banacks at Ko
loa. If negotiations now being carried on
(omo to n successful (oncliifetou. there
will bo un Interestln;; fenilug inatcn
tomorrow night at Hilts' hall between
Captain ('. J. Campbell, manager of the
1 -I. H. N. Co.'s ship chandlery, nnd
Captain Seolt, of tlm bark Gerard C
Tobey. Both are clover Bvvordbiueii
nnd should be able to give a linn exbl
There will bo u meeting of the Puna -
boil Street, Alexander Stnet Puna
hou-MuMkl and Manu.i Valley Im
piovcnietil Club nt Puiiithl hall, OjIiii
college, at T 110 o'cloii. this oveiiliiK, fui
tho purpose of (iinsldurlug plans for
tliu Impiovt'liietit of thu vac-ant lot lit
the northwest corner of Punuhou street
uuil Wilder uveuiie. All liilcioslod are
Invited to attend.
Two boyn, Alfred Kiel lis anil I -oil
Ferguson, slowed uwuy on the Alameda
yesterday befotu she left port and Mn
ceded In escaping observation iiii.l Wlh the caminn 0, Fall even In
the vessel liuil sailed. 'I ho boys both ,,, dimate-fashlon decrees the
of whom nio under IB yeais of UKf, changing of men's cults from tho llgh.
weie nu oiu pjiilcd by llv oilier Imiji.. ter eoorl lo the darker,
but the hitler were dlscoveicd liefoni We considered tho Autumn's com
Hie Alameda left pint mid shoved nn oerhan. vou didn't and nurehas.
lisboie Fieltas nnd IVigithon sinned
nil- hciiooi yesieiii.i) nun mug, in uitir
A sneak thief made un iillempt to
gel uwuy wllh a lot of clothing uiidolh-
ei thing fiuui tlm Honolulu hotel ubout
r, n't lurk, but was filghlened uwuy b)
Hill IH'I'III.IIIIH 111 UIIU ll IIIO IIIUIIIS, Willi
was iiw.il.oiied by the nolsu niacin by thu
Intruder. When delected, Hie man l
his bundle, nml Jumped out uf Ibo wl
ilow und iisi-upeil befotu liu iniild he
uiilglit Ho Is ilosiilhi-il us wealing u
suit of grey ilnllim, u shuuh lust "t1
lubber sIiimni II In iwl Known Mii'llni',
lie was u whim im n or u iiulhu,
Do I Need
U No, I don't need 'm,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
I H ' PAD
MONUMENT8, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 17C180 KING STREET.
The Knlniukl Improvement Club has
lelecled thu follo.viug (ommltlein for
the coming )c.ir
Committer on Roads Fiod llarrl
ton, (halriunn. W. M Mlntnti, W C.
Hull, Charles (1 Baillelt, Keely 1. Shaw
Tree Phviillug A. II Ingiills, cbali'
inaii; II. M. Tucker, C. W. Uraudall,
Transit and Water Supply W. t)
Smith, chairman, A. V. (tear, W. 1.
I lo ward.
Membership-John B, I'lellaa, ( ball
tiian; W. O. lingers, M.I). W. T.
AlidllliiKC. M. V. Iirslr. chair
man; i:. .M.,j;jtt(in, W. A. Ramsay.
Cential Comtnllli'o ., K, Myers, A.
I". Clark alternalo.
LeglsLHIve. Committee -J. C. Qiilnn
chiilrniau; H. It. Bath, Daniel Logan,
Charles Belllna, If. W. Kinney.
UNREST IN CUBA
ll.ivima, (lot, 24 - Onu thousand In-
hrovn into the sea riom Jlorro cuhiie.
There N miieli unrest In Puerto Prln-
and ruvlng bands of rebels iijh
cnmniHini; uepreuauoiis in nama
BEnKliLCY BEATS VANCOUVER
lleikeley. Cal Oct. 21. Ill the first
Intttnalluiinl football gumii under the
new Rugby rules Berkeley defeated tho
Vancouver, II, ('., team by ', points to
MOODY A JUSTICE
Washington, Oct. 21. -It Is now
Ihuughl probablo Hint Attorney den-
oral .Moody will bo appointed a Justice
of tho Supreme Court.
Rlueflolds, Oct. 21. This region Is in
ruins from thu great storm. The ba
nana plantations ure destroyed.
Trenton. N. J Oct. 21. The Alaska
and Siberia railroad has been Incor
porated under tho laws of Now Jersey,
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX. oubllshed In the 8aturdav Bull.
,H tl.i and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comoltis rasurrtt of all Is
gal notices, calls for landers, Judg
ments, building permits and real ea-
1 tate transactions
75 per month.
SI par ve
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
iert a handsome stock of dark suitings
of worsteds and cheviots In many dlf-
If you order your fall suit from us
It will embody all the latest styles
adapted to your particular measure,
To regular customers we are known
" ,n,Mw,.- ,. ,,,
IW. W. Aiiana & Co.,
(2 King St.
ONG BLUE 2MI, P, O, Dos 08(5,
r-"l'or Rent" ctrds on (alt it
th Uultln offlcs,
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUME3,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated, '
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Qreek In H.uvai-d University.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGES;
MODERN HISTORY, AMLRICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly -Payments At
Wm. G. Lyon Co.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
-j iii j ji
No Serious Loss From
A match or cigarette carclcssl)
dropped In tho oil room ut the works
uf the Honolulu Uas Compuny at lwl
lei yesterday afternoon Is believed to
hate been lh (alike of the Urn which
hi oku out there shortly after 3 o'clock
and caused considerable damage to the
plant. Tho good work done by the lira
department prevented the blaze from
bavlni; any serious consequences, unu
ulthoiigh must of tho woodwork of the
Interior of the engine room was burned
out, no damage was done, no far as is
known, to the engines, boilers or gas
generating plant. Manager C. U Wight
rtalcs Unit there will not bo any Inter
ruption of service, as there was a good
supply of gas In tho tanks.
A still alarm was sent in to tho lire
statlo'i shortly afler 3 o'clock, and tho
department responded promptly, I ho
chemlral, hoso wagon und englue bu
lug nn tho ground within ton minute.
At that time thu lire had burned
through tho partition from the ollroom
into the boiler room and the entire In
terior of the room was In flames. It
did not take long, however, to got the
lire under control, tho "llro under con
trol" whistle being blown before 4
ssm- Fine Job Printing at tha Bul
The Expert Dentists
have returned with new appliances
adapted for the patient' comfort.
High-Class Workmanship at LOW
Absolutely painless extraction.
Office open 8 a. m. to C p. m.; Sun
day: 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Call at 21S HOTEL ST., ARLING
TON BLOCK, opposite Young Hotel,
Dr. F.L Ferguson, D.D.S.
BECAU8E, they net ao good a smoke
for FIVE CENT8 as they used to for
The last whiff is as good as the
WHY NOT TRY ONE?
It burns evenly.
We sell the ADELINA PATTI.
Sols Honolulu Agents.
COnNEII HOTEL AND FORT 8T8,
AT CAS WORKS
Territory Wins Palolo
Case In Supreme Court
DECISION OK WATER COMMISSIONER OVERRULED
The Supremo Courft handed down n
decision In the mattVr of the Palolo
Ijind & Improvement Vo. vs the Ter
ritory and Kaane Kauiitaka, reversing
tho decision of the Water Commission
er, Mrs. Nakulna, and deciding against
the Palolo Water Company. .
The merits of the case as regards tho
subterranean now arc not.gomi Into by
tho court but the decision Is iiased un
legal grounds. The decision says 'in
"Unfortunately the record I; not such
as would justify us In decldllig finally
and definitely upon those matters which
were the subject of dispute belctw and
which the commissioner attempted to
decide. The proceeding was Instituted
by the petitioner through Its president
by filing nn Informal petition directed
to the commissioner, alleging that It
was owner of the land of Kaea and that
the owners of Kaea are entltlod to all
surplus water of Bald lands, and It now
asks tn be allowed to use nil of thd
waters as Ihey seo fit.' There Is no al- that sinks In Kaea does not flow under
legation that controversy exists or to ground'ln a channel that Is defined and
what use the petitioner is making 'or. capable o reasonable ascertainment,
purpo.ies to make of tho water or ls "We should hesitate a good deal bv
there any prayer for process. There Is fore undertaking to say In advance that
nothing In tho record to show that any dlversloii would not be Injurious
process was served on anybody. to others anil thus preclude other for
In tho absence of record evidence of all time from whowlng to the contrary
notice of the proceedings uone of tha That question mlght be more easily
numerous users of land entitled to bettlcd after a diversion than before.'
water from tho Pukele stream other "The decision oi. the commissioner
than those who actually appeared Is reversed and the petition dismissed '
would be hound, consequently an nt- The case was bandleU for the Terrl
tempted adjudication, even If favorablo tory by Deputy Attorney-Oeneral V
to the petitioner would not esrvc Its. W. Mllverton, the petitlonerbelng rep-
purioses, for Its object evidently Is to
W. 0. SMITH
(Continued from Page 1)
dates, Including (no candidate for Sheriff, wero present, and whero drunken
ness and caiouslng were carried on through tho night?
And how about tho Democratic meeting ut thu head of LHlha Street last
Monday evening at which thole was not only drunkenness but after tlm
audience retired u man was found tying deserted on the ground 'stupidly
I do not hold you responsible for thu liquor which did the mischief on
It is a matter for congratulation that tho agitation against the use of
hour at cmnpalgn meetings Is having salutary c-ffecj.-but how will If be If tha
Democrats should prevail? Will tlioso leading mtnibers discontinue tbelr
constant dlspeuilng or liquor by day and by night? "'' J
Might It not be well, Brother Kinney, for you to pause In your. spasmsf
rlghteoua Indignation and consider your own political household"' and , what
It stands for? ,,,?-j
WILLIAM O. SMITH.
Moore Butts Into His
MATTER 1EFERRED TO
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
LISTS OF NAMES SUBMITTED BY
VARIOUS PARTIES BUT KA-
LAU 18 NOW IN STATE
The selection of clerks to assist tha
election officers In the crowded pre
cincts on election day has been in the
hands of County Clerk Kalauokalanl
for soma time paBt, hut he has now
thrown It up In disgust, and will pass
tho buck up lo tho Board of Super
visors, which meets tomorrow night,
Originally the matter of providing
election clerks was called to thu at
tention of tho Supervisors by Chief
Clerk C. It. Biickland of the Sevru
tary's ot!U-e. Ho pointed out that in
view of the fact that tho election olll
cers.wuuld this your huve.mucli muro
work than at former elections, owing
to thu fact that both Territorial and
County tickets would bu voted to
gether, und suggested that clerkH bo
appointed In precincts numbering
over 'I'M voters, In order that Ihe
work of counting tho ballots might
Thu Supervisors readily adopted
thu tuggestluii. It was decided lo let
each of the thruu parties suggest
Humes for clerks, and, utter somo ills
i-ussluii cuused by thu fait that some
wanted thu Board Itself to do thu ap
pointing, It wus decided to havu the
wliolo mutter lu Kalauukaluul's
Kuluunkulaiil culled for and receiv
ed nominations Hum the thruu pur
Ben and hud already mucin most or tho
tippoliiliueiits, when thu doublet ntart-
il Kulauukuluiil stules that one of
I ho Huporvlsors cumo to III tu mid
Miilifi-d to loll him how Id do tlm Job,
As Hut HupcivUuiH luul llieiiisulvus
hit tin inntlrr u KuluiioUUinl, this
IlllMiuInu UUkusIuiI lilm, unci liu ilu
make cure of. Its right to the.water be
fore Incurring the necessary expensed
tor Its use elsewhere. ' Rut aside fiord
this, what does the petitioner ask?
Merely to be allowed 'to use all the
waters as they see fit.' The waters ale
not the commissioner's to dispose of,
The most the commissioner could say
would be that the petitioner could uso
the waters as, It, saw At provided it did
so without Injury to others.
"It Is not a rase brought by others
to restrain the petitioner from making
some particular diversion of water,
with the burden on them to show that
the' diversion Is Injurious to (hem or
that the water that sinks on Kaei
comes out in the Mahoe springs be
low and that its passage underground
It In a known and defined channel, Il
is a case by one proposing to divert
.water from Its own land and' In unlit'
Olcaled quantities at unlndicalcd
Points, with the burden of It, of showing-
that any diversion would not he
Injurious to others or that the water
resented by D. L. Wlthlngton.M
elded to pass It up to the Board.
From another sourco It was learned
that the butter-In was Moore, who
wunted to see that bis Democratic
friends got their full share of Jobs,
The names which have been sent
In to Kalauokalanl by the Republi
cans are as follows:
Fourth District lBt Precinct, J. P.
Cummins; 2d, T. A. Simpson'; ttn, H.
M. Dow; Cth, Chas. Kealoha; 6th, J.
N. (lore; 7th. P. Fogarty; 8th, II. Pe
ter: iith, Sam Manu.
Fifth District 3d Precinct, J. K.
Kauwalu; Cth, A. Ayau; 7th, D. P. Ha
uale; 8th. K. K. Fernandez; 9th, An
tone Fernandez ; 11th. M.C. Amana;
12th, Rugene Alii; 13th, Pat Oleasou.
The Home Rulers sent In the fol
Fourth District 1st "Precinct, Ka
linl; 2d, Anlone Kahlnu; 3d, Jack A.
Long; 4th, Geo. Kahakalula; Sth, I.ul
Makta; Cth, E. Moanallha; 7th, Da
vid Notley; 8th, J. P. Kekoa; Sth,
Daniel P. Pollkkpu.
Fifth District 7th Precinct, Cbas.
Kaulukukul; 8th, E. K. Fernandez;
9th, Oeo. Klklla; 11th, G. C. Seymour;
12th, S.D. Naahlelua.
The Democrats the following:
Fourth District 2d Precinct. D. N.
Kahalepuna; 4th, Julius Ascbe; Mb,
Joseph II. McOuire (res. 3d of 4th);
Cth, Win. J. Jelllngs (resident d ot
4th); 8th, J. O. R. Cameron; 9th, Oeo.
Fifth District 7th Precinct, J. N.
Keami; Dth, 11. H. Webb; 12th, A. K.
Akana; 13th, J. PIunketL .(res. .9tk
FIGHT .AGAINST TRU8T
New York. Sept. 12. A suit Institut
ed against the United Fruit Compauy
toduy demands damages In the stupend
ous amount of (0,000,000. The plalu
tiff is thu American Banana Company,
or Mobile, Alabama, which charges that
Its large rival has violated the Sher
man anti-trust law and prevented It
from engaging in the trull trado as a
competitor or the defendant company
Tho papers In tlm case were tiled In
thu United Htates Circuit Court,
trols the tropical fruit business ot the
The United Fruit Company Is a New
Jursey corporation, with its principal
cilices In Huston, it practically con
tinued Klutes; owns enormous planta
tions in Cuba, Coslu Rica, Panama aud
Jamaica, and opeiutcs several lines of
steamers running to the tropics. Its
piesldent is Audiow W, Preston,
The Weekly Kdltlost or tha BtmUm
Dulletln live a conpltt lummarr ?
Isn nuws of the day, Far gl yr.
Mr BULLETIN AD8, PAY rB