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VOL. XI. NO. 4449.
PEARY GIVES DATA-COPENHAGEN FOR COOK
MAYOR DENIES CHARGES AGAINST HIM
WASHINGTON, Cct. 20. Anoth
er step forward was made in the
North Pole contrivers? today when
Commander Prnrv submitted his
data and proofs of his discovery of
the Pole to the National Geographic
HONGKONG. Oct. 20. This city
and harbor have been in the imp of
a typhoon for twenty-four hours.
There have been many casualties on
shore and great damage to the ship
pine of the harbor.
While the storm was at its height
the steamers Hongkong Mara, and
Lyndhnrtt fouled and both ships
were considerably damaged. The
Portuguese gunboat Patria was
swept onto the shore and is stranded.
MANILA STORM SWEPT.
MANILA, Oct. 20. Great damage
has been done throughout the city
and vicinity by a storm that has
been raging for the last twenty-four
The crcatcst disaster has been on
the Ecnguet road, where it is esti
mated that fully a quarter of a mil
lien dollars will bs required to make
the necessary repairs. This road
was build at a great expense under
the Taft regime. It leads to the
mmmer headquarters of the govern
NAVAISHA, East Africa. Oct.
Col. Roosevelt and his Dartv ar-
rived here today, having returned
from their hunting trip in the jun
gle. Col. Roosevelt is in very good
health and has suffered no incon
venience fro mthe climate and
strange conditions. Other-members
of the party, however, experienced a
touch of fever durinc the trip, but
not with serious result.
A special venire for twenty-nix jnr-
u wiih iHsutil thlH morning by Judgo
Do Doll In tlio (mo, of Mori, the Japan.
mi who attempted to iibsasBlnato I'M'
1.1 or Shoba of tliu Hawaii ShlnH. .JucIk
Iiik from the proceedings mi far held,
tlio Mori tllul promises to establish a
leroril for slowness In tlio securing of
a jury fur tlio trlnl of n comparatively
tlinplu case. When it was found thla
morning Hint it was neccbsnry to lssuo
n special veulio, Attorney I'lnsscr, who
Ih hbsIbIIiii; City and County, Attorney
Cathcart in tho prosecution, suggested
that It ho made letiiruable within an
hour. Ills suggestion wns oppoued liy
Attorney 13. A, Douthltt and I.lghtfnot
for tho ilefenso and Judgo Do Holt fin
ally allowed tho ensu Hi Kit over to tho
icgulnr hour (if convening, 8:80 tomor
WILL NOT ACT
. IN SCOTT CASE
Cathcart Withdraws In
After a rather Informal iIIkciikkIoii
Ibis morning heforo tho Supremo Court
llipl, tribunal held that It would ho
inconsistent with Its Ideas of propri
ety In Imp City and County-Attorney
Cathcart' and lila deputy, Mr. Mllvor
ton, nptiear for Mrs. Nettto Scott In
her milt for SlOni), brought by her
gainst tho Territory us a result of
helnir denitved of hor hohIIIoii as tbu
pilnclpal of tho lloluahm school, Koiia.
Cathcart mid Mllverton iioth de
clared In coin t that they had no de
sire to appear In tho case If Ihero woh
the slightest feeling iiiou tho part of
(he Justices that It would not be appro-
ulato for them to do so. In explaining
Ills position Mr. Cathcart stated that
hn took the case because M. F. Scott
nap an old client anil without thinking
of tlio question necessarily Involved
its to the propriety of his appearing
for n claimant In u civil action against
In explaining tho attitude of tho
court Chief Justice I fart ell slated
that slnco tho Interests of tho county
weru similar with thoso of the Terri
tory from n practical viewpoint, that
It could not bo considered appropriate
for the piosecutlng ofllrer of tlio coun
ty to appear1 against tho Territory.
; "Attorney General Ilcmenway stated
that ho did not recognize tho existence
of anything Hint would prevent the
County Attnrnoy .from appearing
against tho Territory If ho so desired,
but stated that It wan simply a mat
ter to bo determined by tho odlclnl
Chief .lustlco Hnrtwcll stated that
Cathcart and Mllverton worb to be
commended for tho stand they had tak
en and nhsolvcd both from any Impro
priety In accepting tho ciifo. Iloth
attorneys then withdrew from tho
caso, which was allowed to stand on
CHIEF JOE LEAL
Chief of Detectlvca Joo I-cal left on
tho Alameda tills morning for the.
Const. Ho was gieeted at tho wluut
by n largo number of friends who hud
assembled to say good-bye. Ily the
time tlio old rotlablo steamer got tihd
cr way tho Chief wns covered with
lels and his fnco was hardly to bo
I.cul will bo away about six weeks,
mid whllo on tlio mainland will visit
tho hot rprings. Twinges of rheum
atism hnvo been worrying hlTn n lot
lately and ho hopes to bo quite rhl of
tho plllkla by tho time ho'retuins to
John Ketchell will, during Lonl's ob
sence, net as chief of detectives. Ho
has only been u short llmo with tho
fnrco but lias proml to bo a very cup
Circuit Judge Whitney this morning
set tho case of tho Terrltoiy ugajnst
tho' Honolulu Drawing and Malting
Company for arraignment at 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning on tho charge of
violating tho law prohibiting thu doing
of unnecessary labor on Sunday. Tho
corporation was represented In court
by Judge Hallou and K. C. Peters. Dep
uty Attorney General I.orrln Androws
appearing for thu Territory.
Attorney rotors asked that tho case
be allowed to take Its regular order
upon' tho calendar whllo Andrews
nsked that tho trial bo proceeded with
Immediately on tho ground that whllo
It wns a misdemeanor offense It In
volved an Important question.
o m '
Mrs. James l- Il.irrett found her
husband, n deputy collector of tho
port, In a New York hotel with her
old friend. Mi s George W. McKcnn,
who was Kllzabnth Klagler, daughter
of tho Into (leu. I). W. Plagler.
10 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
JOHN ROBINSON OF
WAILUKU IS DEAD
tt (Special II ti 1 1 o 1 1 n Wireless) I
M Walliiku, Maul, Oct. 20. John 1
" Itohlnson, tho father of Heintor '
n W. T. Itohlnstm. died this fo ro
ll noon at tho advanced age of fov- tt
tt cnty-olght years. Mr. Kobluson tt
tt has been unconscious slnco Sun- U
tt day ni tho result of a fall on tho U
tt cement sidewalk. The funeral tt
tt will b chehl tomorrow. tt
Section of Kapiolani
Park Set Aside
Now that tbu l'urk Commissioners
Imvo granted tho ncccssury ihtiiiis
slou to tho Honolulu Polo Club to
go ahead with tho now polo Hold
at KapiolunI Park, tho project will
bo rushed ahead In quick order.
One of tho conditions that tho
Commissioners Insisted on was thut
during tho oft season for kjo tlio
ground would bo available for sports
of other kinds They also liuvo ar
ranged that the polo club provide,
another athletic' field of tho same
area that will bo taken' up by tho
This will bo on tho mauka sldo or
the' new polo Held, and will allow ot
baseball and other games being
played during tho tlmo tho polo
players arc occupying tho other
Tho baseball diamond will bo bo,
situated that tho afternoon sun will
not bother the oyes of tho pitcher
or batbiuon. Thu resolution adopted
by tho Commissioners reads as fol
llows; Whereas It has been proposed by
Mr. W. I' Dillingham, representing
gcntlcpicn Interested In tho gaimi of
polo, to construct n.polo field at Kaplo
lanl Purk anil permission has been
nsked for this purpose; and
Whereas tho Hoard of Commission
ers view with favor tho construction of
tho polo field us pntoscd upon cer
tain conditions necessary for thu prop
er uso and maintenance of tho field,
Whereas, tlio pnitlon of tho ten I
lory within tho Park selected 'bv Mr.
Dillingham lies within tho old race
track and tho snuio,lias been used for
athletic sports Including football;
baseball and cricket; mid
Whereas, tho Commissioners are un
willing to interfcro with the enjoyment
(Continued on Page 6)
DR. RAYMOND MAY
RUN FOR SENATE
Dr. J, II. ltnymoiid. It Is understood,)
will bo In tho funning for Senator at
tho next election If placed in noiulna-j
Hon by his pnrty.
Ho In ono of tho brightest and most
cllglhlo young men In tho Democrutlc
party and will ninku n good clean po
litical fight and n good showing.
Miss Annctto Kcllerman, tho swim
mer, announced at Hostou that sho
would leave tho stage, us sho Is to bo
married to her manager.
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
Take Home a
FB0M THE PAIM CAFE.
Fresh Twice a Day,
Bulletin Advertising is Good
TO THE SENATE
Upper House To Pass
On Conklinf s
In addition jto considering tho
amendments to' thu Oiganle. Act that
wilt he embodied In a resolution to
be passed at tho special session ot
the Legislature which convenes on
Nov. 2. tho Territorial Sonata will
nlui have to pass upon the appoint
ments to Territorial iiltlccs that have
b en iniuta by Governor Krear slnco
tho adjoiirnfncnl of tho regular 190!)
Among tho appointments that will
bo sent to tho Semite for continua
tion will bo that of Tiensurcr Lloyd
(.'(inkling, who was named to till tho
tacancy caused by the-failure of tho
Senate to confirm the appointment
of A. J. Campbell. A number of
minor appointments have also been
made by Governor Kiear on tho II
ci'iife boards of tho counties, and
these will also be submitted to tho
Senate In regular form.
Tho stuff of tho Governor's oulcu has
begun preparation on the work Inci
dent to tho convening of thu special
session. Notices are being forwarded
to tho members 'of both Iiousok notify
ing them of' thu proclamation of thu
Thu Scnnlo will bo deprived of,lhe
kcrvlcea of uL kuC ono and iwrhap-i
two of Its members who nindo good
records during Ilia' regular suasion;
Senator Kulrchild or Kniial Is now In
Germany and It Is stated that Senator
Kulama of Maul will be unable to at
end on account of Illness. Hoth Kulr
child and Knlama wcro staunch Repub
licans during tho course of tho last
Mission and their services will bo
missed next, month, both men being
familiar with thu practical side of tho,
administration of tho land laws of tho
A strango steamer passed within a
few miles of thu Diamond Head look
out this ninuilng but tho small glass
with which that observatory Is fitted.
failed to reveal tho niinio of
tho vessel, Tho craft -was n big four
masted btcamer, with an apparently
large passenger accommodation. Sho
was fitted out n.good deal along tho
samo lines as tho China or tho Asia.
Tho stranger displayed no slgnnls of
any kind and apiicarcd to bo stenui-
Ing In n direction of China or Siberia.
Tho vessel was sighted shortly before
b o'clock this morning.
All thu Association footballers nro
getting together again and on October
29 a meeting will bo held in thu Tills
tlo Club hall. It Is expected that a
Inrgo number ot thoso interested In
tho game will attend tho mooting nnd
thnt tho sisirt .will start with a boom.
Tho following teams nro oxecleil to
play during tho season: Diamond
Heads. Y. M. C. A., nishop & Co.,
Malles and Piinnhous. That lot of
teams should provide good football
mid at tho opening game a big crowd
lb expected to attend.
185 editorial rooms 258 busi
ness office. These are the teleptint
nurhars of the Bulletin offlc
White Clovzr Honey
Times Advertising for Setters and Buyers
OCTOBER 20, 1000. 10 PAGES.
SEVEN ACRES OF FIRE
The above photograph of tho pit nf llalcninumntt win taken by
Kllgeno M. Campbell oil Oct. 0, 19119, nnd shows tho tiemriidotis activity
of tho lake at the present time. On the following day Suivejor Alex
ander took measurements ot tho crater and found tlio lire to be inn
lect below thu rest lioiiso, whllo the Inner wall Immediately surround
ing the (lowing lava, reached n height of about 20 feet. The area ot
tho nrtlvo pit Is fully seven ncrcs and the icur of the waves can bu dis
tinctly heard at tho Volcano House, three miles away.
MAYOR DENIES HE
OWES SEWER TAXES
Says Rates Were Due On
- He Got it. ,.l.
BpcuMng for Mayor Kern this
morning,' Secretary lllvcnburgh roado
a statement In regard to tho story
published that Mnrston Campboll In
tended to sue tho Mayor for 130"
back sower rates.
"The Minor does not owo tho Ter
ritory any money for sowor rates.
I.nst year he acquired wmio prop
erty from tho Itishop l.'state, nnfl
has been paying tho Bower taxes on
It slnco ho owned It. There wcro
Sl'.on back sewer rates duo, but
M.iyor ecru has nothing to ilo with
that, nnd thu story was absolutely
false Mayor Kern will rnll on Mr.
Campbell nnd have tho matter
straightened out so Hint It will not
reflect on him."
In regard to Ills Honor nsljlng for
a freo telephone. Mayor Kern says
thu account published Is inndn of
whole cloth, that ho novcr asked for
u free telephone, never had It
charged up to thu county, nnd Is
paying tho Mutual Telephone Com
pany for tho luo of tho telephone
whllo In tho house. Ho said ho
morely had It taken out becuuso tho
servlco was not satisfactory.
Headquarters of tlio National Wo,
man's Suffrage association have been
inovod from Warren, Ohio, to New
York, and an ediicatlonul campaign
throughout tho Hulled. Stales Is bou
Henry W. I-'lagg, i.on of Secretary
Gcnrgn A. I''lagg of thu Calumet
Helen Mining Co., committed suicide
In Hostou. Ho was 32 years old. No
reason Is known for tbo'nct.
in the -
What is the use of paying
for a participating policy when you
can buy a non-participating policy
at a lower rate?
923 Fort Street
Opportunities Offered Tor
Ycung Women To i
Tho i'Miicatlonal Committee or thu
Young Women's Christian Association
have planned very Interesting courses
of stud) ucclally nttractlvu to the
teachois ot tho city.
Mrs. I. M. Cox will tako charge or
thu Shakcspearu class, which will meet
for organization on Thursday, October
21, nt Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation roomn In thu Hoslon building
ht 3 p. in. Any lady Interested Is In
vited to bu present nt this tcshlon.
.Mrs, Agnes Crnory Weaver will do
livii a com so of threo lectures on tho
.o.ern Drama. The tlmo for theso
.eel. ires' has not jet been determined
but.wllj bo given definitely nt an irly
Miss A. field of Kaniehamch.i otters
a popular courilo lusting throughout
tho )onr on Thu Ilea l.lfe of thu
Another course of gicat iulcrcrt will
bo that of "Civics for Women," con
sisting of n ncrlcH of talks by sumo of
the leading IiusIiicsh men and lawyers
of tho' city, tho first number or which
will bo "How I'ollllcs aru Muilo," by
IllcharU It Trent, on Monday, October
2S. at 3 p. in., Inlho Association
rooms. This courbo la absolutely free
to all." y
Hpeclal Information In regard to any
of thu nliovo courses may ho oMnlncd
from (ho Kecrotnry, Miss Moyer, or
any nienibqr ot Hie l-Mucatloual Coin,
nilttec, niailo up of Miss 1'rances Law
lenee, Mrs. N, U II. I'rnser, Mrs. O,
II. Walker Miss Harriet Neodhuin,
Miss Mnudo I'ost, Miss Mabel Hostler,
Mrs. Charles T. Yerkes Is lo M-ltlo
tho .light aver hcr.husband's estato
nnd will recclva'nbo'ut ono-hlrd ot
the property. Louis 8. Owsley is to
ninko tho distribution as oxecutor.
Now-a-days yountr men are not
satisfied with shoes of the ordinary
style, i Shoe making has advanced
to such an art that it is not neces
sary that they should. Today shoes
are made in styles especially for
Young man, if you want the right
kind of shoes, look over our late arrivals.
PRICE '5 CENTS.
COPENIIAOEN. Oct. 20. The
University of Cop?nhau;an has rcfus
ed to forego the privilege of makinc
the first cxu:i:ii:aticit of the records
of Dr. Cook to prove his drum of
lmvinc readied the North Pole in
1003 bsforc Tcnry. This will un
doubtedly iirolontr toe controversy as
to Cook's richt to priority, ns Com
1 mnndcr Tcary 1ms furnished his data
to the National Gcoirrmihicnl Society
at WnMiinqtcn nnd Dr. ook lias in-
liraatcd that he will not have all
his data ready for, a year.
SAN KIANCISCO, Oct. 20. Tho
w.irthip3 in th; harbor furnished one
of th? principal attractions of to
day's FortolA Festival celebration.
All the ships were open to visitors
and they were thronged with San
Franciscans and hundreds from the
inland cities and towns.
I One of the features of the day
I within the city was the singing of
tne jrreat clients of live thousand'
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 10, Su
par 06 depec ccntrifuijals, 4.275 ,
cents cr $85.50 per ton. Picviousi I
quotation, 4.25 cents.
Beets 88 nnaljsis, lis. rarity.- ,
4.32 cents. Previous quotation, llsfc
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Dr. John Atdieiley nnd hit wlfo nivH
peaieil before the Spiiretuo Ooiit IlilsV
morning in suppoit or n motion that
tho lusniiu physician bu allowed to go; i
at liberty upon ball. Dr. Atrlieilov.'
' read n lengthy and verbose pMdnvIt In-
support -iff his motion, roiit.ilnlng i
niiniber of tishertlona-or Injustice- ami.' ,
illsrriuilnatlou agalnH him by the ini.''
thorltles or the usyluni Assocl.ili) ,1ns.
tlco Wilder finally observed that slnco,
each mouther of Mm t-nnri I.. i.i ki.nu m
(copy or tho uniil.it II It-Was uuedless
to lead It. Chief Juitl. o llartwdl In
denying thu molloii slated that tho
, ciini I had mi authority to release Dr.
jAtcherley on hull and could not. make
uws in bun nuiiviiiuii eases.
In response to a ipiestlou after tho
proceedings In court Dr, Atchelley
btated that they will kill too yet at
tho asylum mid ndded that they
would not allow him any drugs.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
282. 1051 Fort St.
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