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Jnniba A. llnlli, lioml wiTKcr m i
Inmn Sottlcniont for in.uiy yi'iim uit'l
now on the liialnliim. lu.ii Imcl buiiio
vlt'oroua tlilnKa t' By i" lila trip, sic
...'r.ilnr to tho HurlimliilJ MurnltiB
Union. A ellppliiK rrmu Unit paper,
diitcd Soptfinlior 1!'J. Iin hcen rccelv
c licro which crtMlltH Mr. H"tli with
boiiio very radical Bliilumonta con
eornliiK Inhor mid pollllc In tlio lor
rltory. Tho paper auyg;
JimiOB A. Until. Mr "" lKll,t in
yoiira ongaKcil l :''' t-ettl-uiiMit
work In Honolulu. f?nvo nn lllustriitcd
Iccluro on tho prfBcnl Ilnwnllan con
ditions under tho uuspiwjB or tlio ho
rlallst Party cluh last ovonlui?, In
which ho Hovuroly ciltlclzod tlio ptos-
cut KovoruhiB of Hawaii. Its p'llltlcH
in.,1 liu ronrtB. Ho Intliuatcd (hat
ninny of tlio oflko holders uio no pre
judiced uKnliiBt tho workliiK peoplo
mid are bo stroiiBly controlloil by tho
HtiRitr truat Hint Hioy permit cilino
to piius without notice.
Mr. Hath nnld In part: "In Uio
yeur 1900, when 1 flint went to Hono
lulu, tlio city hud JuHt Buffcrod from
ii Borloim fire, which had wlied out
many of the old homcHtomls. Tho In-
lli.v of lahor lit that tlmo most of
which wok contract labor, and look
In practically every nationality on tho
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"If In- waa my own child, 1 liollevo rluo Cnrpa before ho Joined tho local
that It would be hotter for him to bo police, confessed to tho whole tblio;
behind tint ihImhi barn than to ko after bin arrest. "I am rlKht up tiRiilnst
aroaoil the world wruckliiK uomen'H t," he wild this nicuiihiK Ion lliille
lives," Is the way In which Mrs. Coin tin renir,tcr. "Vim never ran keep
I.011K, the llrst wife of Henry A. I.oiik these tilings ipilet, They will gel you
of the loeul pollco force, Hums up tlm hoiiuit or later."
situation. l.miK was arrested by tho' I.oiir bepin by marryltiK Cora Wn
lVderal iiuthorltlcM this inoriilni; on a teiH'ut KllsVllle, .Miss., on November fi,
I'liiirKe of ilnublu lilRiuny. Ills seeiuid loot. lie lived with her until Novcni
wife lives ill Texas, but Just wheru Is per 0, JU08-Just four years In tho day.
unknown at tlm present time, while his Thero urn threo rlillilrci. by the mar
third Is u Honolulu Klrl, Annie Iloldii- 'rlane. thn eldest of whom Is six years
sop. lo whom ho has been married Mr old mid Is, aeeoidlni; to Mrs. Loiik, tho
the last two years. I very picture of tho father. When he
l.oiKf, who was u member of tho Ma- (Continued on Page 1)
BIDS ARE HIGH
MORE TROUBLE FOR KAUAI DOCK
MEXICO CITY, Mex., Oct. 25. It It Thoro ttii hlJ 0thlnc dnlmi on tho
reported that 200 Federals have been construction of tho llanalel wharf, lit
killed in a battlo with Zapatistas. i llanalel, Kauai, arcordlni; tn thn bids
j that wore opened nt tho iiicctliiK of
Commissioner Charles S. Davis Is tho Harbor Commission this aftcr-
I'xpcctlni; to lal.o his examination for, noon.
li:i.(c-l.ll lloltctln Clhln, )
SHANGHAI, China, Oct. 25. The
revolutionist! aro uneasy over the re
ported arrival of 10,000 Japanese troops
in Manchuria, which, they fear, Is In
aid of tho Manchus.
CANTON, China, Oct. 25 The new
Tartar general, Fong Shan, was assas
sinated while assuming his duties.
CAnsoclnteil rr CuWc.)
8HANOHAI, China, Oct. 25. The
revolutionists have captured Chang
Chau, an important city In the prov(
ince of Kwangtung. The rebels are
now in the ascendant all along the
Yangtso, and the Imperial fleet Is re
ported in retraeat down the river.
I'ew events In tho ndmlnl.itrrftlou of President
innro to Hawaii than tho simply act nt breaklui; mound for tlm expo
sition In Han hViuiclara on Saturday, Octolicr IB. The President wield
ed tho now historic spado In tho presence of 1&0.00Q people Tlm
pholoKraph above shows thn President plarlliK the llrst spadeful of
earth III the rosewood box prepared for Its keeping. The box Is held
by Charles do YiiutiB, chairman1 of tip, coiiiiultleo on parade and ceie
luonles. Ill tlm address that accompanied the Kroiiiid-hrcakliiK, President
Tuft declared iiKalnst Panama Canul tolls for American ships, tints
plaelnK himself squarely In sympathy with the position taken by Ha
waii. The pholoKraph above Is published by tho iulletln by special
arrangement with tho Kan Krnnclsco Call
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NEW YORK GETS
(AHxiK-lnteil rreas Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 25-Uslng
three pitchers, the New York Giants
poneo ,n re.r .. --' " toda ll)ced,d n wnnng fifth
'l E2 i 1 t . u 9 ' '". series from Philadelphia
w th 21,000 men, in the province of Hu. i, u.u t, ih.
.i. -.. i. j.,..,.a .A .h- rlnr. '" desperalely-fought battle by the
poll has been defeated and the province
taken by 15,000 rebels.
Minnie in tho 1'Vilcriil Court .Satur
day morning ncxr.
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
Tho lowest was that of lioni'Kn W.
Malioltoa with $i:i,00i), or JSnOD nhovo'
tho upp'fopilatlou. Then eamo tho,
('microti) Construction company of
llanalel with 51 1,72:, and last tlio hid
of J. II. Cmioy with flB.r.XO.
Tho bids huvo been referred to tho
committee of tho whole and will ho
taken tip next Saturday when Com
missioner McStocker returns.
score of 4 to 3. Marquard, Ames and
Crandall were the pitchers used by the
,. -....,, ! Giants, with Meyers catching. Coombs
inn i;iui inn luiin mni ..... ni it ttit
uARiiiMr.TON. D. c. Oe. 25.-AI. nd Plank pitched for Philadelphia,
..j o.. h.. k..n n.m.j r.kir,. min. with Lapp receiving.
,.. . ..,..ui.- .- i. ri,.-n The game went ten Innings. Two
liter Ml yl! tvsiaa v viiu . . .
,. -r.. i. i. I..H....J i .k.t runs behind In the ninth, the Giants
Chin, has' negotiated . large loan from ")"d tw0 double, and a .Ingle.
a secret source. '"" UP "'"."'"'. " . """
Giants pushed another tally across, The
attendance was 33,228, and cash re
New York 0 00000 1 02 14
Philadelphia ....0 03000000 03
Plins for the proposed "conuncrcl.il
".ImlldttiK" will be brought to a head at
n special meetbiK of tho Joint com
',inlltees named by the various com
"jinerclal orKunlnitinni,. thn liiecthiK to
io held next Thursday afternoon nt 2
o'clock In the Chamber of Commrrco
This was decided at a special mcet
IliK of tlm Chamber of Commerce's
representative on tho Joint cnnnnlt
tee, held In W It. Caetle'H olllco Ibis
mornliiB. All the members of the com
mittee were present W. It. Castle,
chairman; I'. J. l.owrey, II. P. Wood.
V I". DlllliiKhaiu anil A. Lewis Jr.
President Hpabllni; of tho Chamber nt
Commerce also attended.
The meetliiK today was merely pre-
The Filipinos: nrrlvliiK by the Pacini'
Mall liner MoiiKolla a few days iiko for
tlm plaultrs' asMiclatlon are a remark
ably Dim lot Koine of them ale splen
did phjslcnl specimens, cloe lo slxl llmliiary. mid Mr. KpaldlnB after It was
feet In helislit. mill It Is noticeable that'oer Tho real luunchliiK of the project
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Army nvlators uro prnctlcInK land
xcape sketching while In (light.
u number jipeak llnisllsli, while several
have mastered the lanmiiiue to a larK"
A visit to tho planters' recrultliiK
shed shows that the Filipinos now com
Intc over for plantation work aru fur
iihead of those that used to conio and
tfmt the careful system of Inspection
InmiKur.itfil by the planters' labor bu
reau Is bavliiK Rood results.
One of tho Filipinos,' from tlm fsl.md
of Kluuljor, speaks excellent IIllKllsh
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Is next week.
The proposed biilMlim has been ills-
russed for at least two years, and when
James F. Morgan wnsr president of tlm
Cbamber of Commerce, the plana were
mailo up In some detail. These plans
uro now Is-fore tho Joint conunlttco,
which consists of tho following:
Chamber of Commerce W. II. Cas
tle, chairman; F. J. Lowrey, II. P.
Wood, W. F. nillliiKhnm, A. IewU Jr.
Merchants' Association Fred U
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