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From San Francisco:
I.urllnc .Ian. 11
For Son Francisco:
Clilu Jlnni Jim. 16
AorniiRl Toll. C
Moulin . , Feb. 3
Broaden the channel of your bill
iness. Do not be content to remain
in a rut. The public has constant anil
changing needs, and will turn to the
merchant who frankly tells them of
his capacity to satisfy them. The
nublie reads the BULLETIN.
NOTHING MAKES BUSINESS SO QUIET AS A LULL IN ADVERTISING
VOL. XI. NO. 4210.
11 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1000.1-1 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HAWAII'S BUILDING, AT SEATTLE
TO BOTTOM OF
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 10. The Grand July of be District of
Columbia will make n thorough inves tigation of the Panama Canal scandal
in which Editor Tullitzcr of the Nc w York World, the President, W. H.
Cromwell, and a relative of the Prcs ident arc involved. This will bring
the whole matter up for criminal prosecution should cause appear.
MESSINA. Sirily, Jan. 1G. The authorities estimate that 90,000
people were killed in this city alone br the earthquake disaster.
The remains of U. S, Consul Ctiency have been found by the sailors
from the battleship Illinois.
DENVER. Colo., Jan. 10. Over
nnd a score injured in a collision on
NEW YORK. N. Y., Jan. 10.
Harry K. Thaw will be ht ought be.
fcrc the courts of .this city to be ex
amined as to his sanity.
Hill MN PEDRO
First District Shipment
Of South Cal.
The Allien Howie nulla fiom S.in
Pedro Ind.i) fur Honolulu In what
l.dii Angeles Inlet cuts Intend In uiiiKo
ii icgular trade with Ilnwiill, k.ijb Hid
I.ih Angeles Kxuiiiliinr, .Inn. :i.
Tim vessel Ih loiiili'il with molt timi
dltc, u oilin . unil pio Winn, anil im
Ik mil Ik A V K. ThoinpMin, who, -ih
(Continued on Page 2)
fifty passengers were killed today
the Denver & Rio Grande road.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 1G. It
lias been decided that the bills giving
Statehood to Arizona and New Mex
ico will not be up for final passage
at Jhisjession ofCongress.
ON BOARD CHIYO
S Tsiikiilinru leo president 'if tlir
Tiijci Klson KiiIhIiii. Ih ii through pas
senger In lln Clilyii Mnrn, which nr
iihiil mi her maiden trip from .liipnti In
ilin llr Ih going In Iho Hulled States
.iml will pinliihli' go to Iluropc mi husl
.u in innii'Tlnil with IiIh company
Mi Twiknhm.i Ii mi cldcily mini niul
in i oiml. In imI in ho one of Ilin nuiht
roiisoi .illo iiirii or Ilin company
which Ih gt owing niililly In Hh IiiisI-
Ariurillug In Mime nf thn ofllrorH,
Tsiiknliiin Ih ,'olug Hi thn United
Sink's ii ii I Kuiojiip o purchaso mater
l.il fur the construction of n few more
3JfT BULLETIN AD3 PAY -J
Most Men Say
that nn ALFRED BEN
JAMIN ready mado
suit is "good enough
for anybody," if he gets
the right style and size.
But for the man of
"odd size," or tho man
who insists upon hav
ing his clothes made to
is the acme of Perfec
tion. IF THAT
MEANS YOU, let us
take your measure for
the finest custom tail
oring house in the
world. See Our Spring
GEORGE WADE 15
NOW FREE MAN
After Ten Years' Prison
Life, Is Pardoned By
After ten cnrs spent lirlihnl prison
bars, during nil ot which time, lm
llllH llCPIl Conducting u lcR.it fight to
scouro his lonso, (lenrgo Wndc, a mil-
Inltn, walked mil nt prison a free
limn HiIh morning. Wmlo (nine up
Ii. thn .Imllelnry linllilliiR thlH morn
Ill r, niul shook hands with Matbhal
Hendry nnd oilier otllclnl whom ho
had como to know during his Iimir
ji'.irs of Imprisonment.
Acting (locrnor Mott-Snilth sinn
ed lil piirdon on tho llrnt day ot tho
new year, and W'ir.o wan then noti
fied of the cxecutho clemency Ho
did not rare, however, to leave Ojlni
prison, tthlrh had been his home for
ten enrs, until he hnd communicated
with relatives In New York and sc
uucil funds to take him hoein. To
day he Htcpped out nnd hreuthed the
nlr, n frco man. Wmlo bus hcen sick
for several years pant, sulTcrlng from
dliiheteH, which him caused u Rradual
decline in his health until now It Is
known Hint ho has not long to live.
It wiih for this reason that Mutt-
Smith granted tho request for ii par
Tho rasn nf (leorgo Wmlo Is ono ot
tho most pccullnr that has over bcjjn
liroURht before tho mithorlllcH here,
lie was arrested on the night of Au
gust Ifi, 1S00, Tor itho murder of
(IcnrRO (llliesplo on tho steamer Aus-
tialln. Ho was tried, nnd pleaded
Kiillty to murder In tho second do
gico JiiiIro Stanley sentenced him
tn Ilfo Imprisonment. Later ho wns
again tried and sentenced to ton
years In the penitentiary.
On this matter hnheas corpus pio-
i-codlngi wero hi ought, and Judgo
l)ol would pioliahly have rendered
n decision in a cry short time.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Jan. 10.
The rainstorm continues throughout
the State, but no further damage is
ITALY'S EMBASSY BURNED
T0K10, Japan, Jan. 16. The Ital
iau Embassy here burned down to
day. mm t
All naloons, liaznnrs, liarhcr shops,
nnd other places nf huslness wero
tlRhtly closed lit Niagara Palls, N. Y ,
as a lesult nf tho council agitation
Will be our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
in the management of es
tates, large or small? If you
are, you will find it worth
your while to call on us and
look into our methods See
the way wc handle the de
tails. Our system is the most com
plete and thorough one that
we know of; mistakes don't
We shall be pleased to see
WHO SENT PROMPT
AID TO SICILY
Tho King mid Queen ot Italyttook
prompt action for tho relief of tho
stricken sections of Slrlly when tho
llrnt news of tho fearful enrthnunko
leached ticm. Tho Minister of Ma
rino and thn Minister of War wero
ordered to hurry supplies to Mes
sina and all tho villages along tho
const, mid troops worn sent into
thn interior l'o hury tho dead, aid
tho injured mid prevent rioting.
(Jiiron Helena drnw upon her prl
wito'piirso for a largo sum of mou
oj for tho relief fiind.l
(Special to tho Ilu I lot I ll )
WlAILl'KI' Maul, Jim Hi A., Irt-
tei from the cabin ofllcn In Honolulu
itihlrcshcd to Jinlgn Mathowm.in, Will.
Iiiku, Is In tho Wailuku poKtoniro. It
la Kiipposed to lontiiln instructions
ft nm either llio President or the De
partment of .liistlco, Washington. Tho
litter will be re-addressed mid for
wauled to tho Judge at Konu this
evening by I lie sleamer Mauna Ioa.
Tim prehoiice of the letter In tho Will.
Iiiku poHtofnio has led many suspi
cious niluils to bellnve that Judge
Mnthewman would succeed Judgo A.
N Kopolk.il of tlio Seeond Circuit
Ctiirt, especially at this tlmo when
tho Honolulu pious nnd tho Maui at
mosphero Is tilled with rumors ot
JinlRn Kepolknl'H reslgnutlim balng
reqiifhteil by Atlorney General Ilona
parlo Judge Kepolkal niny go to
Honolulu by tonight's Milium Kea.
AT JAPANESE PLAY
Be Asked To Take
The play given at the Aula Japan
ese theater, h.ised on the trouble be
tween the High-Wage Association and
tbo planters, brought forth a packed
house. The audience was entirely
Japnncuc. the only tmn-.lapanese pre
rnt, outside of the polleo and tho
press, being T Mltner Harrison, tho
attorney and nninteiir dclectlve.
While It was rarefully explained
b vl'oso Interested in the agitation
thnt the scene of the play was laid In
Formosa and noMu Hawaii, the di
rect reference to local a flairs appear
ed unmistakable to thine who under
stood Japanese At several times
during tho'iHTfornianre tho niidlcnco
tcok a lively part In tho game, ex
pressing lis sentiments toward the
opponents to the agitation In no un
It Is understood on the very best
authority that steps are now being
taken to ulnrij the entire matter be
fore the Attorney General' with the
expectation thal'tho (Irand Jury will
tnkn some action.
Tho following (.Mitna of the piny
has been compiled by n competent
Japanese Interpreter: ""
I'lnST ACT Sceno In ii Plantation
Camp In Formosa.
A most destitute condition of camp
life is pictured. A sick niflii Is taking
caro of his children while Ills wlfo Is
nwny ot work In tho cano field. A
neighbor's: wlfo conies In to soolho
them. A collector 1hUh the sick mini
who makes excuses, complaining of his
meager Income. Tho collector leaves
the house. Then, threo laborers runic
In and rhat. They complain or their
condition. The wlfo comes homo and
nurtcs her child. Tho men como
back and talk about the higher wage
agitation nt the inciropolh They com
plain that they c&n not wivo nn thing,
(lltio they quote tho argiimentH of Mr
Nogoro which wero published in the
Nlppu.) They refer to cash payment
for rlro, which wns decided on recent
ly by tho Jnpnni'HO merchants. A gen
tleman arrives. Ho hears tho cont cr
eation of the I luce men and tries to
irguc with them, telling them to he.
(Continued on Page 4)
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 11.
SUGAR: 88 analylis Beets, 10s,
1 l-2d. Parity, 4.14 cents. Previous
quotation, 10s. 2 l-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 15,
SUGAR: 86 degree Centrifugals, 3.71
cents, or S74.zo.per ton. rrevioui
quotation, 3.73 cents.
THE NEW PASTRY
30c A DOZEN AT
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE.
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should have
A Little of Yours.
SERVICE. PHONE 301. '
May Enlarge Hawaii's
'Governor I'rcnr took up tho matter
of Hawaii s exhibit at the U.isl.a-
Yukon-I'nillle exposition while he
wns In Washington, talking with As-
slftnnt Secretary Wilson, who has
general charge of tho Government
end of Hie Fair, and Mr. llokln, who
has specific supervision of the Feder
al exhibit. The mint Important thliK
the Governor learned was that Ha
waii's building might be enlarged if
the contriu tors' bids were low enough
to leave some money over.
Tho authorities In Washington
were greatly pleased with tho Inter
est and enthusiasm that has been
(llsplR)eil by the people of Hawaii in
this matter, which contrasts favor
ably with the way the matter has
been taken up by a number of other
places. Hawaii has a very advanta
geous position at the Fair grounds,
the building adjoining the blograpli
and lecture building for tho entire
departments of the exposition
'Only in nn Indirect way will lla-
wall receive any money over the $-"-
TIK. CHIYO MAhMEGIoTnAR'SREPORT
No Reception Is Given
Ship On Maiden
Tho splendid liner Cliljo Mam nf
tlio"ToyoKlsen Knisha. arrived this
morning from Japan and docked at thn
Hackfeld wharf at about III o'clock.
Tills lull er maiden trip. but. unlike
her sister ship, the Tenjo Maru, which
was greeted with cheers and liiuizuU
of the lueil Japanese, the Chlyo was
quietly brought to tho wharf by Pilot
Mcl'auley and Captain Greene, who
wore on tho bridge. Captain Greene
Htnted tills morning that ho does nut
Intend to push his steamer ahead with
with a view or hrenidng tho record,
made b tho Ti'lio, between here unit
Kan Francisco. It Is Generally believed
thai tho Chlso, U allowed to go at lull
i peed, would bent tho Teno nnd nuiko.
a new record between tho ports ot Ho
nolulu niul Sun FrnncUco.
While Cnptaln Greene says that ho
will not try for tho record, now held
by tho Tcnyo, Iho presence of S. Tsu
kaharn, vice president or the comp.ui),
who Ih going to tho United States and
l'.uropo In haste, might result In idiort
i'lilng tho Umo between Honolulu and
On thn trip from Japan, the engines
of tho Chlyo worked to perfection, and
thura wero no complaints from nny or
Iho piibsengers. Vlco President Tsu
kahiint lb very much pleased with the
Among tho passengers for (Ills port
are Urn. K Tnkleda, wife of tho man
lager of tho loral branch or the Yoko
, llama Specie Flunk. Mrs N Hula and
' (Continued on Page 4)
If- It's Comfort
AND EASE YOU'RE AFTER,
Anil if you do lots of walking,
Try a pair of our
Russia Tan Calf,
You'll Find Them Jut The Thing.
No. 460. PRICE, $4.50.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
at Big Fair
Olio iiiportone I hei ii. tb. Gov
ernor thin iiioinlng !! will to
(cle beiiellls. pioli.ibh I" lining ll
great deal or freight (irrl. .1 from
hero to Seattle by the rm trans
ports. This Is not definite, hnwocr,
in ll remains to be seen whether or
not the transport, come this wa nt
Iho right time. The (iovVrmneiit ban
also consented to enrrv the IWi ex
hibit or Hawaii to tV'ntlb' In ilu M
b.itrosi, H that veisel tonii". this)
wn at the right time
'Mr Newell leniluil lh.it the Geo
logical Hure department wa pro
paring maps or Hawaii showing tbo
Island as tho Cioss-ltoailH nt Hie li
clllc. and alio maps or the group anil
together we i.illed on Mr lluui
point out to him the Itnpori.uit illleu
mid places In tin; Inlands Tin mapa
are to be Ihlileen feel long Thla
tifnlll bIiiiwu the iilerlli'-t-' of Mr
Newell In hli work rr Hnw.ili Had
ho not cilb-d this inattir to n uilnil
it would have been prolmMi i'i.i mi
Important ilMei micln b p i n em.
phnslzod on tin mapi
Receipts Larger Than
Last Year and. More
Showing mi Increaye or cm i $J200
in rrcelplM for the eai of tins a-c
eniiipnri'd with l'.Mii. Hegl-trar ot
Public Conveyances Merrlmu has com
piled ii short report or the woik doiiu
In his ilep.irlineiit (luring Nile past
ear There Is a large Incrensn
shown in Hie number of iiiIhioIIhiio
oiis diH-iinienti tiled, nnd tills Is duo
to the many cano-planllng eontucts
which luive been 'phited on record
lining Hie Inst year.
Following is tho report.
DOCUMKNTS UKCHIVIMl l"Olt HKC
OHU IN TIIF. YI.AIW
Deeds 1 JS7
Dills of Sale U7
Total 3111 ".X80
PERFORMEnS CHANGE PLACE.'
Iiihlead of giving the theatrical per
formaueo In Hie Asahl tlientre on
Mailiiake.i street, as was aimount 'd to
(1,1), tl( proninters of Hie .l.iiliesn
lilgh wage show have rented the Hono
lulu .lapnnese theatre on Anla lane ror
the purpose 'I he show eommi'iu'es at
7 :in o'clock The As.ihl theatre own
era refused to allow them tip iu,o of
cirdj at Bulletin.
Chairs, Rookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LT.WF.RS & COOKE BLDG.i
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
) 023 FORT ST.'
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