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HVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUHDAY, MAY 30.
MID PACIFIC SKETCH
"No llkeo Jap. Jnp him too dam
lilgh.lnucd. Jnii nnil Chlncscs tlictu
tibcd to l)u nleo name, ono people, but
Jai wnr come, Jup liliu wheppeu Una
Flan man ami lilni Ret swell head.
I.IKli' Anicllciin pleoplo muiu butter
Bo, fecatcd hcfoio his pile of white
bone buttoni! Bpicml over his fan-tan
tablo aft on thu shelter deck, dlil
Kwong Sing, u rather fat and some
what ancient Chinaman, deliver him
self, with uumcious grunts and ono
huge, oveuniiBterlng expression of
disgust. 1 had (.-might his expression
ot keen dlslllio when a .Inp.tncso of
the higher class passed his talita nnil
my question brought forth the- le
The setting in which Kwong Sing
had tnlton up his colgtic of vantage
was plctuicsquu and bizarre In the
exttcmc. Thu shelter deck, facing
tho pile of machinery fuithcr for
wanl, and tho two long rows of cat
tle and horses, was lilted to the full
with Chinese gamblers and their
games, fan-tan, roulette, chuck-luck,
Chinese lottery and dominoes. Around
tlin ulmLv tnlilna wprn irnthnroil Konini
hard-looking .Inpuncso passcngeis
from the steerage, their chins brist
ling with u thin hlrsuto growth; Chi
namen of strango tpes, rarely seen
In tho United Slates, very old men,
very tall men, very tough-looMng
men; Hindoos from India loftily nnd
abundantly turbancd In white, blue,
black and yellow; Europeans on their
way to tho Orient, speaking polyglot
tongues; Americans fiom tho upper
decks (otue to wasto n few dimes at
gambling and to Idlo away their
time. In a corner near tho hole big
tin pots wero cooking rlco nnd ver
micelli for the savagely hungry to
devour with their chopsticks.
The games tiro the property of the
Clilucso deck hands nnd crew nnd
they nre run with tho permission of
tho steamship company a sort of
perquisite to help eko out their mis
erable wage of $7. CO gold n month
nnd rice. Tho Chinamen, they say,
will gamble anwny, bo It may ns
well be donu open and above-board,
which Is In this Instance to bpeak
both llteinlty nnd llgurativcly.
Hut, In describing tho setting let
mo not forget Kwong Sing, for whom
It serves only ns n sort of frame.
"Yet," ho went .on, "mo no llkco
.Tap. Him got swell head velly bad.
Wniil""to whlppco wholo world now.
Say ho whlppce United States next.
He no can. Aniellca too big. too
rich. Jap him tnlkco tot) much, all
Ho paused, evidently feeling better
now that ho had expressed himself.
"Are jou going back to stay In
China?" I nBkeil him.
"Yes, mo go bnck to village near
Canton, whoio me horn. Seo new
China now. Old China sho go fast,
oon bo no moio. Mo velly glad, too;
for If China no wnkeo up, Luropo
steal all hind when sho sleep. China,
her big country, rich country, migh
ty country, If her only wakeo up."
"What will tho people of jojir vil
lage say to you, Kwong, If you talk
to them of reform as J on aio talking
to mo now?"
' Kwong shoved the fan-tnn buttons
enticingly with his stick and then
proceeded: "Oh, them folks In Clil
ueso villages velly glad to hear
much leform talk now. Them wakeo
up, too. Japanese-Russian pleoplo
war, wal;o them out ot long sleep.
Twenty years ngo It mo go homo
bnck to China like this no pigtail,
San riancluco clothes they spit mo
In face; but now llkeo It much nnd
want Anicllcnn clothes, too. Twenty
jcars ago my pleoplo makeo much
swear nnd velly bad faco it I talkco
leform. No more so now; como to
listen mo talk In my house, Volly
much want to learn Amcllcan wnyr."
"Thoy want to prcparo themselves
for n trip to America, too?"
"No; they no wnnteo to come Amo
llca; Chlncso If wnkco up no need
como. to Aniellca; much big business
then in China, much work all same
for evelybody, China her velly
much ilch if only wakeo up. AVngcs
now In China them four times more
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.-
much than teh jenis ago. Cost also
much more living, sabo )ou?"
"Do all Clitnniuen who icturii fimu
America to their nativo villages
think ns you do?"
"Velly many, most nil nowdny,
Them learn spleak Kngllsh In own
school In I'llsco nnd lenrn Chinamen
home splenk English. Them all want
leform, liilheo leform to village
home, sabo7 Also Chlncso goelmcnt
send scholars, fifty thousand, 'maybe,
to Aniellca, Japan, I.urope, nil learn
now ways, go back home, open now
school, teach new fashion wujb to
the Chinese pleoplo, sabo? Little
while ma ho all leform. Hopo so
velly much, iin)way."
"You plnjco fan-tnn?" Ho Inter
rupted my question on tho wing.
I shook my head,
''Takco too much time, questions."
I. K. l'KII'IlMAN,
for Chicago Dally News.
On Hoard tho Mongolia, April 20.
Drawing For Big
Golf Tourney At
Following nro thb drawings for
tho maUli-plny tournament at tho
Honolulu (Jolt Club Moanalua links,
lo take place fiom May 31st and con
tinue till Mulshed.
The first sixteen havo drawn for
tho first round. Tho others nro
H. M. Campbell, 3; It. II. Walker,
3; II. A. WlUer, 0; J. 1). (laities, T;
II. (II Kuril, scratch; Dr. McCallum,
12; (leo. Isenbeig, 12; I'red. Wuld
ron, 12; 0. 13. Willi, 7; A. C. Wall, 7;
M, Phillips, 12; O. Swain, 12; V.
Armstrong, 1; C. 13. Kdmunds, C; 13.
J. Waterman, 10; C. S. Weight, 10.
Ilyes W. C. Wilder, fi; 1 Hnlstead,
1; 1'. J. Harwood, 10; S. 0. Wilder,
3; A. 13. .Ionian, 8; Austin White,
scratch; It. A. Joidan, 12; M. It. Jn
mlesoii, 2; J. Cullcn, Jr., G; 13. Mun
lo, 10; 1). W. Anderson, scratch; (1.
Angus, sciutch; J. 1). Mclnerny, 10;
1. C. Smith, 10; J. O. ltothwoll, 12;
.1. Cullen, Sr., fi; J. C. 13vans, G; 0.
S. Lclthcnd, 8; 13. II. Paris, 8; Dr.
Huniphrls, 12; W. Simpson, 3; D. L.
Austin, 12; II. C. Wnldrou, 12; 13.
O. White. 1.
A handsome cup Is up for first
prize, and a second piUo is also of
A great deal of Intel est Is being
taken In tho now moving-picture the
ater now being erected on Hotel
stiect. This theater Is to bo modern
In every respect and Is being built
evidently for tho comfort ot tho pa
trons. Tho floor is heavily graded,
making It easy for ovcryono In the
house to seo tho stage. Coolness will
be ono of tho qualities which is nl
was looked for In Honolulu, fur tho
root Is thirty feet from tho lloor, giv
ing plenty ot ventilation, whllo eight
elcctrlu'fans will bo run continuous
ly during tho performances.
Tho theater Is perfectly fireproof
with tin roof and sides nnd a fiont
made of steel lattice Tho entrance
will bo oxticmoly attractive with a
plaster of Paris front surrounded by
over 200 electric Rights.
There will bo thrco ot tho best
machines Installed, so there will be
no danger ot stops for breakdowns.
Tho theater will open up on Mon
day, Juno 8th, at 7 p, m., with new
films ot tho best pictures obtainable,
lllustiated songs, and a. flno orches
tra. Under peremptory Instructions
from Judge Ulner ot Wyoming, the
jury In tho United States District
Court at St. Louis acquitted 13d ward
0. Lewis of tho charge ot using tho
mulls to defraud In connection with
I tho organization ot hla People's Uni
ted States Hank.
l'rlvato fool of the Twentieth in
fnntry, stntjoned nt Koit Shatter,
skipped from tho barracks last even
ing nnd Is now nt large. The II u 1
I e 1 1 n ".cstordaj' stated that the
Chief of Police of Sacramento had
asked If this Tool was thu samo as
Wm. K. Pool, who Is wanted there
for larceny, and tho roldlcr, by his
Informal departure at the very time
of tho publication of this story, has
continued the opinion of the police
Hint he Is tho man who Is wanted.
Tho pollco went to Camp Shatter
yesterday afternoon after Pool, but
arrived Just after ho had disappear
ed. Another soldier Informed them
that Pool had rend the article In tho
pnper, and had made an exclamation
of regret nt the time. The police
have seached nil tho vessels In port
In which the man would be likely to
stow nwny, nnd nro now searching
for him In tho city, Tho military
authorities arc also nftcr him, and
should he be apprehended ho will bo
locked up nt the camp.
Tho nollco nro also looking for a
marine, named Cnstlobcrry, who
enped from tho marine barracks brig.
In which he was In custody, at 2
o'clock In the morning. He deserted
from tho Nary ut Manila, and was
arrested here on board the Manchu
ria when she was In this port a few
mi mm hies
Hnvlng carefully figured It out, wo
find that If nil thu cattle consumed in
the United States n iii'nMy wero ono
cow', sho would Iiiowhp on tioplcnl
vegetation nenr tho equa'ui, whllo her
tall wns switching Icicles if" the North
Pole; ami that. If nil the hogs wo
slaughter annually woiu ono hog, that
animal could dig tho Panama Canal In
two roots and a half, and Its squeal
would bo so loud It wi.i- J Jar tho nil
torn hoienlls. Just now our Mathe
matician In Ordinary Is calculating pre.
clscly how many battleships of thu
Dreadnought tpe could bu floated In
tho TANSAN consumed by tho Amer
lean, lliltlsh nnd J i aneso navies in
thu past six lunula.,. In tho meantime
'phono 171 for n case.
Tho blxth annual convocation of the
dloceso of Honolulu will hold Its open
ing service tomorlow at St. Andrew's
Cathedral nt 11 n. ni. The clergy
from tho other Islands came in during
In tho evening at 7:30 after n full
choral service addresses will bo made
by several of tho clergy. Tho public
Vacation Trip, Letters
Vacation Manager 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n , Ho
nolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: Herewith pleaso find
enclosed money order for $07,00, for
which plcnso send mo receipt. Docs
this not mnko tho total number ot
subscriptions Including what 1 havo
Yours very trulj',
Dear Miss ; Wo beg to ac
knowledge rccolpt of your rcmlttnnco
of $G7.00 nnd beg to advise that )ou
nro now entitled to any trip equaling
19 subscriptions and upon jour noti
fying us where jou wish to go, wo
will send jou u round-trip ticket and
CASH for a week's stnj
Thanking jou for your good work,
Thwlng, Richards, nnd their fol
lowing aro tills nfternoon making
their Inst desperate attempt to stop
the prize-fight which is slated to take
place at the Orphcum this evening
Richards this nfternoon had a long
conference with tho Sheriff nbnut the
The Sheriff stated nftcr the Inter
view that ho believed that the plan
of Richards was to have the princi
pals placed under bond to keep the
peace under Section 279S of the Re
vised Law 8, which provides as fol
lows: "Any person who knows or
has reason to suspect that an) of
fense against tho person or pioperty
of another Is intended to bo commit
ted, may apply to n Magistrate, who
shall hear the proof, and, If ho Is
convinced ot tho existence of such In
tention, shall cause tho person ac
cused to be arrested, nnd compelled
to give security In the manner above
Richards will probably have some
uimculty m carrying out this plan
owlnir to tho short tlmn nt his dls
e3-!posal, but, should ho succeed, the
fight will probably bo off. The Sher
iff stated that he did not think it
probable that the parties Interested
In tho matter would conduct their
prosecution through tho Federal oRI
ceis, ns tho offense In such (a so Is
punishable by Imprisonment, and
some of tho principals, cspcclnllj Ah
Sam, they did not wish to see lan
guish in durance vile. It therefore
seemed probnblo Hint whatever pros
ecution would be stnrtcd would bo
taken through the police.
"I wish to say as full and fair
warning to nil concerned that we
shall piosecuto to thu fullest extent
If the fight comes oft," said Rlell.irds
nfler his Interview with the Sheriff.
"There nro some of thoso coiuerned,
as, for Instance, nh Sam, who has
been n member of our Hoys' Club for
years, whom wo do not wish to get
Into trouble, nnd wo therefore wish
to wnrn them,
"I do not wish to give out uny
thlng ns to whether wo will try to
stop the fight, or what methods we
Intend to puisne."
John Kin Naen, a well known Ha'
wallan who for years was employed
by Wlchmnii & Co., but who recently
branched out In business for himself,
died this morning nt his homo on
Vlncjnid street nftcr about a week's
Illness. Ho leaves n widow, but no
The Fle Is ctming.
up the City.
Let ut clean
t - 't
Very truly jours,
VACATION TU1P MANAGER.
Vacation Manager Bulletin, Ho
nolulu, T. H.
Dear Sir: Enclosed 5 oil will
pleaso find Money Older for $200 cov
ering 14 weeklies, 10 jearly, 20 six
months and eight three mouths dally
subscriptions making n. total of
twenty-flvo yearly dally subs, for
which pleaso send mo receipt. I want
to go to tho Volcano for a week. Do
I havo to go now or can I wait until
school Is closed?
Wo beg to ac
knowledge J'our remittance of $200,
for which pleaso find receipt enclos
ed, nnd for which nccept our thanks.
It will not bo necessary ror jou to
go Immediately; on tho contrary, you
can go at any time jou want to nny
plnco jou want, nnd without nnj-opa
knowing that you go nt the expense
or tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
Yours very trulj-,
VACATION TUII" MANAQKlt.
William II. Crane, who Is now ap
hearing In GTeorgo Ado's "Pather nnd
tho Uojs," announced In Now York
that he would probably nover create
another role, though ho may ho been
In ono or two revivals after tho pres
ent season. ' Mr. Crano Is 03 years
Houie and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath,
Sewer. Car Line.
Cath or Eaiy Payment.
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WAITY BLDG. ... 74 S. KINO ST.
If the re is any ono thing; that n,
woman dread1 mora than another It
is n surgical njieration.
Wo can statu without fear of a
contradiction that thcro nro hun
dreds, yes, thousands, of oix-ratioim
performed upon women in our hos
pitals which nro entirely unneces
sary nnd many have lcen avoided by
For iiroof of tills statement read
tho following letters.
JIrs. llarb.ini Uase, of Kingman,
Kansas, writes to Jlrs. Piukham:
" l'or eight jcars I suffered from tho
most severe form of female troubles and
was toldth.it nil operation was my only
hopo of recovery, 1 wrote Mrs. I'inkham
for advice, nnd took Lydla K. I'inkham'
Vegetable Compound, and It has saved
my life and made mo a well woman."
Mrs. Aithur . House, of Church
Road, Moorestown. N. J., writes:
"I feel It Is lnff duty to let peopla
know what Lydln, E. Plnkhnm's Vege
table Compound has done for me. I
suffered from fcmilo troubles, and last
March my physician decided that an
operatlou was necessary. My husband
objected, nnd urged tno to try Lydla
K. I'lnkhniu'a Vegetable Compound,
and to-dny I am well nnd strong."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
Vor thltty ycain I.ydia K. Pink
hain's Veiretablo Comnound. mado
from roots and herbs, has been tho
standard remedy for female, ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women w iio nave neon troubled v mi
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, llbroid tumors, irregularities,
periodio pains, and backache
Mrs. lMiikhnm Invites nil sick
women to write her for advice.
Klin lias guided tlioiisniiils to
Ueultli. Address, Lynn, Muss.
Washington, May IS. Twenty
four battleships will bo lev lew ed by
President Koosevrlt III Hampton
ltonds February 22nd next, thu date
of tho icturii of the Atlantic battle
ship tleot fiom Its world cruise. It
has been determined that the now
ships Wisconsin nnd Nebraska, con
structed on tho Pacific Const shall bu
assigned to tho Atlantic licet and will
mako tho return crulso with that or
ganization. Tho Maine mid Alabama
will return to their' own stations to
gelhor, arriving In October.
Secretary Motcnlf, who has Just re
turned from rev leaving thu Ileet nt
San rranclsco, expressed himself to
day as deeply Impressed with tho
benefit thu crulso has had on tho
ships' olllceis ami men.
"It Is remarkable," ho said, "tho
long ciulsu should havu benefited tho
ships, hut this Is n fact, Tho condl
tloniit thu machinery Is said to bo
Improved Instead of deteriorated by
tho voj'age. This is hardly more
striking than tho effect tho voj'ngo
has hail on tho officers nnd men. Tho
olIlcerB hnu been Impressed with
thef elllclency ot their ships ns never
before, and what Is more satisfactory
has dov eloped an understanding nnd
friendly cordiality between tho offi
cers nnd enlisted men, which has not
beforu existed, and even still more
Important an Improved condition In
tho conduct and feeling of tho men
Chicago, 111., May S. Tho bairlors
which tho Western railroads care
fully erected against reduced passen
ger rates for conventions and for
States fairs have been broken down,
and cheap rates will undoubtedly
prevail ever) where dm lug tho com
Tho Mjstlci Shilncrs demolished
tho railroad defenses by Inducing ono
ITuc to ngieo to mnko a into ot 1 1-2
cents u mile for tho annual gathci
Ing ot that Order, to bo held In St.
Paul July 12th to IStli. Tho rate
has not jet been made, but unless
something unforeseen occurs Inde
pendent action will bo taken by the
road In question as soon uu tho West
ern Association's vnto ngalnst the
plan Is announced, It Is understood
that this ro.ul has secured tho lion's
share ot tho passenger traffic to tho
St. Paul convention.
lleforo independent action can bo
taken, however, nccordlng to tho
rules nt tho association, it Is neces
sary to submit the (imposed rnto to a
vote of nil the members, Tho propo
sition is eel tain of defeat.
Hear Admiral Charles Whiteside
Itae, engineer In chief of tho Navj',
died nt hU homo In Washington, I),
('., us tho lesult of u complication ot
Huth Ilrjan I.civltt, daughter of
William Jennings llrjau, will go on
tho stump for her father this fall, it
Is announced, at Omaha,
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