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CVnSINO DUM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. OCT. 25, IdOO.
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, For New Coago Outrages!
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P-, Hill Silil U, III lgl'1.11. Ul I 2 1. All IHHirr III IMP IUI1HU Uliuill'l L".
.Inn htartllni; Mnteinent made- heie r.-,cula new nutr.iRPs Hi Hie C'oiiK"
ililiUftt, Which Indicate u horrlOliu iDiiililliin uf .iRnlis tlicro. DurliiR
llfS p.ist two nm, lio ia. many n.iilu-3 lm been klllotl lij the
nnuuti of tlift rubber (O.upiitiy. of which King I-enpolil la tlio nctual
litiail, iilnl Tltuges thim.plumt tlie tl!tiit. Iinvo Imcn hiirncil to thu
Ml mn J.
The ?nTflwng Phocki'il nliouf two ean iigo when the luulmroiia
mt!io.1j of thp rubier 'tuuiiniiy nn I Its nRcniK weie cioeit. So atroiiR
was tatf jollng ng.tlnst King Loop )M. who wn3 cm tolling hla pocket
atHlie oxptyno of ths blooil nllil lives of Iho nilaeinhln inulvoa ot luo
tifnjo District, that he wiia foiceil to protnlKo laOiral reforms.
Tlio exposure nt thcae roiiilltttinx, It won auppcueil, hnil put n atop
to th barbarous piurtiiei. but It np.irnii that tlio rublivr lonipany nnil
ltd agents only nnl eil rr the ce 'lenient l illo iluwn befoie resum
ing their former iirnctlcei, whlili np.ienr to he a a linrhmoita aa before.
Action ly lli& I'owria wan tonsldereil on the foinier occasion, hut
. nothing was done. The renewed charge of outiagea on the Coiiro, how
ever, may have the effect of awaken ng Christendom more thoioughly
to th condition that exists, and c mo ot concerted movement to free
the wretched native fmm their Intolerable hondngo.
RUSSIA TO DISPOSE OF MANCHURIA RAILROAD.
ST. I'l!TKHSlirnO, October 1M. The Itusslan gocrnment Is con
sidering the sale of Us Manchtirlau rallro.nl lntcM'sts and la u'porlcd to
he looUtng with favor upon n aalo to China.
.. It Is passible, also, that the government may consider an offer from
rotoo syndicate for the Interests. It has Just been olllelally announced
tlint olity lecenlly, before his death, the Into 13. II. llnrrlman made
overtures to the Kussinn goirtiniant to tuKi' oer their railroad Inter
ests In Manchuria mid mal.e them a pan of hla gyrtpni. If this had been
favorably considered by KushI.i at the time .It would hate given America
" ti 'great Influence In trade matteia in Manchuria.
Tlio government yesterday denl eil that any Joint note of the Towers
had been iccelved to Its Mnncuurlnn policy.
CZAR AND KING OF HAL? BANQUET.
UACCOGINI, Italy. Oct. 24. Czar i.Mcholas of Kusiln and KInR
Kmiuniiuel of Italy met today nt n great atnlo banquet. l'reparallotm
for the great event had been In prugrets for hoiiui time, ever since It be
came known that the Car conteinplnled his southern trip. Develop
ments of Importance, affecting both countries, may be the i fault of
the imctlng of tho two monarch, ltacoslnl is a town of about lu.uuu
iuhabltautfl In tho northern part of I ta1 nt t far from tho frontier.
Accusnia tammany of vice.
XI3W YOHK. October 21. Tlio nntl-Tnmmany forces In Iho munici
pal elections nro accusing tho Tiimniany cintvil of IipIiir the protectors
of vlco. i'rom speeches mado by tlio cnmpalgucra lust night la l ln
dlrnted that tho white slave trafTlc or (lotham will be mado an Issuo ot
tho elections. .
TAFT WILL INSPECT MISSISSIPPI.
I.ITTI.K KOCK. Arlt., Oct. 2t t'rertilcnt Taft ended hla visit hero
today and left for St. Louis. From that city he will, fitnit down the
Mlctlaalpnl tomorrow to Inspect tho gieat waterway and the federal
work being dono and projected nlotig tho hanks.
II13UI.1N. October 0. Ily Inviting
tho Countess Chotek, morganatic
tvlfo of tho heir to the Austrian
throne. Kaljer Wllhekn committed
gtavo breach of court etiquette, but
nt tho same tlmo won tremendous
popularity throughout the German
empire. When the Kal'er last vlstt
ed Vienna ho attended a state ban
quet, at which was atscmbled the
elite of Austria. Jlc walked up to
the Archduke rriincls and said:
"Whcrr'b your ttlfo '
The ArrhduUe us eiiilinrrafctcd
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jZgmtV BkW I11 I NUN I UK II Hill I
wsfe'rujft ey "I J.1 '1 J ! 5
Was 15. it m w
LjiraCClOIULngllie I'-vy hauling at reasonable rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
''Xiy 1 Ci fir.,, U7 fl I-.,!-. A r TJ,a 9H1
"Surely you know that my wife Is
regai ded here as a lady of Inferior
The Knteer Instantly rejected
toiirt etiquette, saying:
"lint jour wife must be here."
The Kaiser's Insistence brought
Emperor's acquiescence. Tho
. Archdul.o Jumped Into
and diovo to his own palace, while
the entire company
, until he and his
Throughout his visit tho Kaiser
showed the Counjess marked atten
tion, treating her In every way as
the future 13nipres,s of Austria.
There Is no doubt that In her forth
tcmlng tlslt to I'.crlln she will bo
treaVpd In the fame manner.
Approved by the War Depart
ment as the Regulation Legging for
the Officers of the U. S. Army and
Its Advantages over all others:
the.musdes of the lotver part of the
lees strengthens wearer, lessens fa
tiuuc, tjives ankle free action go
ing to ,not over it.
only two buckles, no buttons; quick
ly put on and off.
niRde of one piece of Pigskin, mould
ed to the leg; no seams to rip, al-.
ways holds its shape; displaces all
being porous, the perspiration evap
orates, leaving ths leg dry.
Regal Shoe Store,
Corner King and Bethel.
fir We have one at your service.
kinds of steam rolling, plowing
FiosccuUou Had to Show Him When
Victims of Intoxicants ami
? Games Were Brought Before
Police Court for Disposition.
V,ii!lo lajltig no particular claim to
tho State of Ml'miirl aa the land of
hls liutltlty, Judge Wnde Vlunen
ltiayer, tvno prcniieii oter uio larsu
nntl select company of offenders at I'm
lico Court this morning, more than
once tlslbly nnd forcibly Impressed
upen tho ptosccutlon that he might
have imc.o had a spcikln:t acqinlutance
ttltli tho Slate heio perpendicular
fnrma adorn 'the Uudscapo, and the
chief ptoductK nio fruit and furniture,
pumpkins and hoo-polcx.
Thu usual rapid transit of asorted
drinks v. iti much diminished nhcu ills
Honor began to take leisurely cogniz
ance of tho Individual cases an or
lalgncd beforo him,
A Mimg v:omiU) of pionoimced bru
nette typo charged with hating In
du'ged too freely with the cup that
cheers, was put through a course of
questioning concerning her nativity,
age. social standing and provloua con
dition of seitltuilo. She as well na
three other wahlnea who had dallied
with llrowater, appealed qulto reluct
ant to divulge their ngca. They all
claimed to have liaised under the wire
nt leas than twenty. 'Two" women will
spend tho dry season nt the city has
tile. Sixty-four cases greeted Judge Thay
er this 11101 nlng. Two-thirds of those
Inmiglit for disposal wcro charged
ttllh gambling. Twenty Chlneso tveie
lined up as having participated In pal
kau at I'-iuoa cemetery yesterday. At
torney Chllllngworth appeared for the
Celestials and It developed that three
weio Informers ald to ho In tho pay
of tho secret Fertlce. Soventeen
caught five dollars and costs white
the sleuths were glten suspended sen
In halting Caatallna. a nu-irtct of
I'orto ltlcaim from tlio classic precincts
of Magoontlllo pleaded guilty to gamb
ling. Attorney Strauss Is looking af
ter their Interests and they will havon
Tho pollco having raided a Chlneso
club house, rccured seven violators of
tho law who were sentenced to fines ot
flvo dollars nnd coats by Judgo Thayer.
Nine Chlneso gamesters caught
while Indulging In sup dial In a house
cm lower King street near Illver, will
bo tried tomorrow.
Ah lloon, a Chinese who failed to
aim himself with a marriage cortlf,-
cite, when found on the premises of a
Jnpanesc, la under ball of MOO until
his case comes up for disposal.
Many of the gamblers arrested dur-
mr Saturday night and Sunday wore
old offenders and Judge Thayer fre
quently consulted the court filing case
for records of previous convictions.
Several assault and battery cases
wtro continued until tomorrow.
DOCTORS THREATEN STRIKE.
Viennese Hospital Physicians De
mand Increase in Salarv.
VIENNA, Octbbcr, 0. The doc
tors nttnehed to tho iioapllals hero
havo decided to go on strike Decem
ber 15th unless the city agrees to
their denmnd for an Incrcaso In sal
ary. Private physicians will sup
port tho action of their colleagues,
bo unless mi arrangement Is arrived
at by tho dalo set tho Viennese hos
pitals will bo without medical aid.
TO IMPROVE RAILROADS.
Russia Plans Appropriation of $31,000,
000 for Siberian System.
SLPetcrshurg, Oct. 9. Tho extra
ordinary burgct of tho Ministry of
Itallioads hits been submitted to tho
Duma. It calls for $31,100,000 for now
construction In 1910. AH of this
rmoimt, with the exception of $Ifi3 000
will be expended In Siberia nnd on tho
Amur inllroad. The sum or $11,500,
000 la allotted to the railroad lino
around I.nko Dalkal and $12.500 000
to double-tracking Iho Trans-Slborlan.
Asti Wines Again In the Lead
SeatUe, Wash., Sept. 21 1800.
The official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for.their California Wines.
They(have received the, only Grand Prize awarded on .California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has also
v received twenty (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIP0, red "and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgundy, Ohablis, Claret, Port, Zinfandel, Haut Sauterne, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauterne, Takny, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
.white; Isco Grape Juic r:d.
Sailing Vessels From Many Parts of
the World Now Under Way to
Honolulu Should Show Up
Tiier? are several 'snllliiR vcsaela
now en route (o Honolulu from vnr-
lous.pnrts of the wot Id which should
snuw up 111031 any .
Whllo not tllglblo to a conspicu
ous plnco on the oter-due list, theso
wind Jnmnieis will not blow Into tho
port bcaiitig nny fast records, es
pecially the ships comtng down from
The American liailt Andrew Welch
fiom the California port to tho ogeii-
cy?of Castle & Cooke Is now out 20
nays. A recoru ot passages oi mo
Andrew Welch for n pcilod of thrco
yeara shows her sailing tlmo from
tho const as aveinglng eighteen I
.1n.. It..- ,.. l.t. l..tni. ., 111. I
tlo less than ten dnys nnd tho long-
est passage so dios.
The barkcntlno S. O. Wilder, now I
slvteon days out from San Pinnclsco
lo Castlo & Cooke, is generally J
known ns n fourteen day boat. Tho
uarueutino linigaru, also to 1110 snmo
ngency, bears a record as a twelve- '
day vessel, and tho Coronnda, com-1
lug to W. U. Irwin & Company, Is
said to ho considerably slower und
can bo counted upon for about twen
ty' days on a Prlseo-Honolulu voy
age. From Hamburg, Germany, tho
sailing packets havo nvcraged any
where from HO to 170 da8. Tho
German ship Alexander Iscnherg Is
now out 127 days from tho German
port, and Is coming to the ngency
of It. Hnckfeld & Company.
From Gut lota, tho California oil
port, somo fast .runs havo been re
corded within tho past few years.
Tho stcatuor Itosccrnns Is now seven
days out, and tho American ship
Marlon K. Chllcott sailed fiom Gn
vlotu tho same dato. The Chllcott
has the namo of coming down to tho
islands In steamer time, she having
mado the passage In thirteen days
the Bamo time consumed by tho
One hundred dnys out from New
York, tlie American hark Nuunnu Is
sailing toward Honolulu. The Nuu
nnu la credited with being about a
12fi-duy vessel. Sho comes to tho
agency of Theo. II. Davles nnd Is ex
pected to 'nl rive here by tho mlddlo
of tho following month. , '
The American ship Edward Sc
wall, whlclf sailed twenty-four days
ngo from Newport News with
largo shipment of coal for the navy,
la oxpcctcd'to arilve here within 12&
or 130 days!
Tho schdSbncr Alice Cooko has av
eraged twenty-six days In her regu
lar passages between l'ort I.udlow
and Honolulu. This vessel is now
25 days out with a shipment of lum
ber consigned to I.cwers & Cooke.
The schoonor Itohert 1. ewers Is snld
to nho average tho same tlmo be
tween tho above-mentioned ports.
FRANCE EARS GREEK COIN.
Six Million Francs Withdrawn From
PAHIS, October 9. Greek money
has been withdrawn fiom circulation
in France, as the International treat
ies do not admit ot nny further de
lay. It appears that about 5,000,000
francs of Greek -uonoy havo found
their wny Into the offices which col- I
lect It, hut that it was expected that
tho figure of 6,000,000 francs vould
bo reached by this mcnsuic.
POPE'S LIONESS HAS CUBS.
She Was Presented to the Pontiff by
HOME, October 9. Consldcrnblo
amusement hus been caused hero by
tho announcement that tho lioness
which was presented to the.Popo by
tho I3mppror Mcncllk, together with
n lion, gavo birth to two lino cubs
'last night, llolh lioness and cubs
nro doing well, and tho lion reems to
be delighted by tho happy evont.
tjjl wt art scS
hair is wealth
- indeed, espo-
ftinllir ft r
111 ViUlIT VS I V
?imaii. I your
hair falls out, is
too thin, or is los
ing its color, use
It will removo all dandruff,
and will givo you thick, long,
glossy, and beautiful hair.
Accept no substitute.', Bo
Bliro you got Ayer S Hnir
Vigor, and prescrvo tlio rich-
, Inxiiri-inrn fif vonr
nes3 nml JUXUlianco Ot J our
hair to an advanced period
tnpmi by Dr. I. C. Art k Co., Icwtl, Uui.. U. 8. A.
Abo Norton was an Interested
spectator of tho football gnme on
Saturday, and It was easy to sco
that he was longing to get Into tho
piny. Hut sprained ankles won't al
low nnyono to fool around, nnd Nor
ton hud to bo content on tho side
A rnco between the Galloping
Mary nnd Illloy's wren may como
oil soon; tho skipper ot tho Mary
und Rusty Drown will tosa up to
see which craft they will sail, nnd
there will be a rent test ot tho
V. M. ritzslmmons, " the well
known llllo man, and Osborne of
the S. S. Clnudluc, ran a two and a
half mile race last week at Hoolulii
Park. Osborne led all tho way and
won easily from Fltzslmmons, who
was all In at the ond of n mile or bo.
Tho Marines havo two football
teams, and next Saturday ono of
them will tackle tho Town bunch nt
tho league grounds. Tho Marines
are not nftcr gate money nnd only
want a clean amateur sport.
The Aloha Park Is being fitted
up In preparation for the Cullen-
Itcitly boxing match, and by Satur
day night tho cnnvnss roof will have
been put In position and the elec
tric lights all hung.
Sergeant Camp Is thought very
highly of by the Marines, and ho Is
keen on football. That Is tho Ma
rines strong suit, nnd the tussle with
tho Town team will be well worth
Next Saturday Puliation and tho
Collego of Hawaii will play n foot
ball match on the Aloxander Field,
and another exciting game should
There will ho n mllo skating rnco
nt tho Princess rink this evening,
und homo of tho fnstcst local roller
men have entered for tho evont.
"A cut In the throat with a knife by
one Kanagnwa, a nuilo Jaiancso," was
tho riibstnnco of a 'verdict handed
down by tho coroner's Jury which sal
on tho caso of Ileyo Hlronaka, tho Jap
rneso woman who was murdered on
tho premises of Judgq Lindsay on InBt
Knnagawn. who Is accused of tlto
ci line, Is etlll uuablo to appear In court
because of self-Inflicted wounds.
A steam-roller and traction ong'.no Is
at 3 our iervlco for all kinds of steam
lolling, plowing and heavy hauling nt
reasonable rates. Apply Honolulu Con
Ktructlon & Drnylng Co. Phono 281.
Just at present we have a splendid assortment of
In PRIESTLEY'S CRAVENETTE CLOTHS, than
which there is none better nor more durable.
The prices range from $0.50 to $25.00. For more
dressy occasions we can offer
In many fancy weaves, plain, black and pongee.
A new arrival of strictly .
In MADRAS and LINEN. Priced from $1.25.
Our Hosiery Stock
Is most complete in COTTON, LISLE and SILK, includ
ing the BRONZE LISLE.
Bargains in '
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealer in Furniture Mattrejses,
Etc, Eto. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Mads l'
Sine Street, Ewa of Fisomuket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY' DE
SCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Ttrlni vonr nicturei in and we'll
design a frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel. 0pp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from ,Paris, Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets,
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
)0 BIILLXrjN AD8 PAY
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Hakiki. We have a
which cost to build
$10,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
for ....1 $15,000.00
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 000.00
A 0-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Waia
lac Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
renovated, repainted ,1,
and repaired; lot 50x A
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,760.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proner
ties listed. Call and
see us about' them.
Phone 152. 82 King St. A
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER. .
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