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1HK HONOLULU KEPOBLICAS.
Published Exewf Morning Except Mao-day
by the obL Grieve
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the Post Offlce at
S JBSCRIPTION RATES.
Per Month, br Carrier .75
Oae'Year. by 3aII 8.00
Six Months, by Mall 4.00
Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 23
HONOLULU, IL T, OCT. 1Z 1900.
3caa Terapprstam TJ " 6ft! i a.
Mlntmnn Tn;intfcr Tl decnm
ICaslmasa Teojprsair!' 87 gm.
Baoder 3 JG u)p &
Mma Dnr Foini toe tfc Day 70 I.
Uea BoUtfre HuaHJlj JJ.
Wlsrf. 7UU :. to nr.Si!, 0 to 3.
rOBECXHT OB TODAt.
tswcr la the niter.
For Delegate to Congress,
(rnrplred Term 5Cth Con?re.)
For Delogate to Congress.
(Full Term f7th Congress.)
For SenatorsIsland of Oahu.
W. a ACTII.
t GEORGE R. CARTER.
CLARBNCE L, CltABBE.'
For Boprosentatlvos Fourth
A. P. OILPILL.VN.
WM. H. HOOGS.
J. W. REIKI.
A. G. M. ROBERTaOX.
For Beprosontativos Fifth District.
W. J. COELHO.
II. R. HITCHCOCK.
J. L. KAULUKOU.
L. J. McCABE.
L. L. McCAXDLESS.
As a fetumi iaker, flackman Jame
Qulrni strikes rlcht out from the, shoulder.
Woudcr If his voice will hold out
Ih Robert W. Wilcox setting a little
daffy on the political fdtuntion? H's
HIKreli nt tlio independent ratification
tnretine on Wednesday evening indicatJ
wmetlinK lile that.
The projnvtwhe spirit of the management
of the Honolulu Iron works in bid-dine
for naval work, should bo more
ceuerally emulated. Thnt'n the spirit
that build up a city.
r i ,:
It wasn't nn exhibition of gratitude on
the part of the Tioer tor allow its former
Iximfcniaii, the blatherskite Leslie
to be refused passage out of Honolulu
for the want of $J0. Xor was
it Knowing due consideration to the community.
A corresiMindent, "Kukui, raised a
pertinent point in yesterdny's Republican:
Why should persons attached tj
the jK)lice department be permitted to
openly ami notoriously violate ordinances
for the violation of which better people
Xo licences should lw issued for drivers
of vehicles until the applicants hate
eMnblished their proficiency as drivers.
This would shut out Chines. Japanese
and other reckless drivers who are
endangerint; pedestrians, bicyclists
The shoe manufacturing enterpris?.
which will be finally considered at th?
office of W. R. Castle tomorrow morning,
should engage the earnest consideration
of capitalists who wish to see the city
.grow. Industrial works mean population
and population meaux business and good
Honolulu people will miss the old Au
. tralia. Her withdrawal from this service
will cause general regrst. Xo other
loat, no matter how superior, will seem
juit the same or inspire the same lov
' and cnthusiaom. For years all the
'iomings of the dear old loat have been
overlooked, even to her propensity for
. cradle-like motions. We commend her
"tenderly to the Tahitians.
The pn dispatches briug the Im-
porLTOt and startling information that
"Emperor William has changed the
fashion of his mustache, abandoning the
style ot brushing it up at the end, so long
tlle caricaturist's joy. He now wears It
' straight out and unpointed." Thus does
t the conscientious chronicler of news add
tovthe gaiety of the nations, bringing
Chappy relief from fiery speeches.
M 4High Sheriff Brown Js reiwrtod by the
Star.as aying nrtfduce W. H.
.Marshall in the United State cou,rt this
x mocning in response to the writ of.habeas
w corpus Qnl.ess instructed otherwise, by the
t attorney general of the Territory. That
wpuld Ihs ridb ; aa attorney general of a
instructing a. police officer asc
to obey a mandate of the United States
court. The high sheriff need not fear;
tAtjUrney Geueral Dole is awaro that this
Ts 'a territory of the United States thes
ditys. even if, the hixh sheriff is not.
.Uncle Sam's mandates go in Hawaii now
. .The Itoefc Itiver wafereace. in session
la Chicago, is divided on the Chinese
tahion Many of tke eiinbters
have declared from their pulpits recently
that the United States should keep a
large force iu China to protect missionaries
and hasten the progress of civilization.
Others lave as strongly declared
atai fcueb a policy, insisting that the
5jj4 U mf oi jaw, v&icis tnif A
tMwar t iG. . Ity" &e irf5!n;
cafcs ib Obis m few m l k Sj tk
hmA ef o afcle, tarwi aad dwamtly
scales at aEU! Dti ILJieoro
iw rwatly to tb Owst to labor.
A grvst tnldlrr fer kk crKiatry ia it5
boar of dire seed, he m ojaally a gJoricw
Mkiier of tbe ctmk, bat with a afcealfeci
mrord, briafat; tte caiafertiaCMettafs
of t&e lewly Jesas. tW Ctrit asd H
" " ".'
Tbc aasaer in whid Caiaeae
dnrer try to raa awsy
letirins their rictlias to safer asa pracct
My die. so far as tbey kao '& afiotfcer
jrood reasoa for deprirla tbes of ISceane
to driTe backs. An Aaerkaa driver
wonld stop and esdearoc to aid his
bat cot so with the brctal and
Chinese The man who ran
down Cnited States Attorney Baird at
once whipped up his horse and made bis
escape before the number of bis hatk
could be obtainM. When Horace Crabbe
was ran over several weeks ago the
bard to escape, but was prevented
by bystanders, who quickly reached the
injnred man. Take the license to drive
away from such people.
DASTARDLY FLING AT JUDGE
"It is the general opinion that Jnde
Estee is a 'constitution follows the flag"
man and that he will order Marshall" released.
In soch an event it is certain
that the Hawaiian government will carry
the matter cp to the United States
court." The Evening Star.
In the above the Star casts an aspersion
upon the honesty and integrity of
Judge Estee. It preteaCs to believe that
he has prejudiced the Marshall case and
that when it comes before him be will
be as prejudiced and biased in his views
as though be had been a member of the
judiciary of the Republic of Hawaii.
Neither the Star nor any one else is
prepared to speak for Jndge Estee. He
i a man who thinks for himself and is
absolutely honest in bis iewa. He will
le led by the law and the facts in the case
in the bearing of the Marshall case, the
same. as he has in the hearing of all cases,
and neither threats nor cajolery will
cause him to wave one iota from the
strict line of his duty. Xo matter if all
the lawyers and all the courts in Hawaii
favored Marshall's release he would not
be released by Judge Estee if the latter
believed that Marshall bad been legally
convicted. On the other hand, if the
presentation of the case caused the court
to believe that the man had been unlawfully
deprived of his liberty, all the
arguments or influence in Hawaii would
not swerve Judge Estee from performing
his sworn duty and releasing the
So fearless and outspoken in his honesty
has Judge Estee been all his life
that he failed to gain political preferment
in California. Xbt because th
plain people did not believe in his honesty,
but because the corporations and
moneyed interests of the state could nor
own or control him, and so- they nsed
their money and their power to accomplish
his defeat. They feared Judge
Estee because they knew he would do
what he believed to be right regardless
of the,effect upon private or public interests.
That is the reason he is making
such a splendid record as judge of the
Untted States district court for Hawaii.
He is absolutely honest and without
prejudice or favor. He decides his cas2s
on the law and the evidence.
To saj that 'it is the general opinion
thai Judge Estee is a
to cast an aspersion
ujKin his honesty and integrity that is an
insult to the man and an insult to the
court. Judge Estee is not the man to
discuss important questions that may
come before him for judicial determination.
The whcie thing is a wicked and
malicious iling at Judge Estee which is as
uncalled for as it is malicious.
Eut then what else can be expected
of a man. "or newspaper which is so ignorant
of the law as to say that if Marshall
is released on a writ of habeas cor
pus that "the Hawaiian government will
carry the matter up to the United States
lupreme court." The Star, in its ignor
norancc, seems utterly incapable of realizing
that there is no Hawaiian government
iu the sense it speaks of it.
There is a government of the Territory of
Hawaii an appointive government, which
possesses no sovereign powers. Its powers
are merely municipal.
And how any one witb even common
scnooi Knowledge can speak ot a government"
appealing a criminal case.
When a man charged with crime is released
after Saving once been in jeopardy,
that settles it. There can be no appeal
by the state under the English or the
American law, and one would think that
the most ignorant should know this. The
defendant in a criminal case has the right
to appeal, but the state, never.
The recent fire in San Jose Chinatown
caused much loss.
Reduced prices now prevail in the
Transvaal on all commodities.
Senor Domingo Almcnara has succeeded
in forming a new cabinet at Lima,
Governor-elect W. W. Slickney was inaugurated
at Montpe'ier, Vt. October
Ship? for the grain carrying trade are
reported exceptionally scarce on the
Steps have been taken to investigate
the recent college rush at Stanford uni
- Fifteen hundred journeymen plumbers
employed by 115 firms in Pittsburg have
It is said that Ooat Paul Krucger has
shipped 7.000.000 in gold to France
since last May.
Shipments to tidewater have practically
ceased over the Philadelphia &
Carl Schurx has- resigned the presidency
of the.yaiional Civil Service Rs-
The. St, rauUMinn Presbytery bj
voted for a revision of the
confession of faith.
Redwing, Minn, was cut off from railroad
comsiunfcatioa as a tesalt of a
orm them October 4th.
The .navy hospital ship Sojic?. soar at
Mare island, is scheduled to sail for Manila
about Xovembtr 1st.
Only two ot the steel companies were
represented at the conference at the Brv
fd& ot fslktftd cwiatMSeiJew. vas ar t&trs'
rested i at
irT&ft'WBpieyw ofitW JtcadtBg: Irra
BJoMBsibry Pa fer arrrL to accept
tlw 15 per erst cat ia tfeeir wage.
Tfce Natural Flra&ea's associatsoa
fcrld a largely atiS5kdeoeTBta at
-East 8f. 'LwK' III-? Orteir
Tfc ladia roffe trade with Fraacr is
tifircateaed with extiaction by tfee
.Fraehi3sty oa caleej&l product.
afocated ia a Ere in ak fathers store
at3irtbrakima, Wajdx. October 2d.
Tfee itfoafKcts for the formation of a
trasscoatlneatal association of railway
passenger agents are very bright.
Ac experiasent is being tried on the
Illinois Central railroad, to utilize fine
ccal dost, as fuel for the Iocostives.
The Western Funeral -Directors association
have decided npea Salt Lake.
Utah, aa the plae of the next meeting.
The intematidnal congress of jeac
now being held ia Paris ria passed
resolutions. ,'ncpcning policy ic
Benjamin B. Campbell, who sank the
first oil 'well in the United States, died
at Santa Barbara. October 3, from heart
The Meade left Manila for San Francisco,
October 2d, bringing idck and insane
soldiers, together with, general
The steamship City of Seattle arrived
at Seattle. October 3, from Skaguay with
fLSOO.OOO in Klondike treasure and 317
Postal authorities from Washington
are touring the large cities of the mainland
in regard to establishing pneumatic
The United States transport Oopacfc,
canyipg a cargo of animals, forage ana
miscellaneous array supplies, sailed for
Seattle October 2d.
The western railway lines have succeeded
in forming a transcontinental association
which is to become effective
on November 15th.
Chas. M. Hayes, general manager of
the Grand Trunk railway, is among
those mentioned for the presidency of
the Southern Pacific
A general advance- in rate) in all
classes of freight Is to be made by the
railroads operating between Chicago and
the Atlantic seaboard.
It is reported that thieves entered the
Vatican at Rome, forced a safe and carried
oft! securities worth, 357,000 lire
and 3,000 lire in silver.
Heavy storms throughout France have
done much damage to property and live
stock. Many of the rivers are overflowing,
devastating wide tracts.
At a meeting held recently the board
of trade of San Francisco adopted resolutions
of respect to the memory of the
late Colonel John P. Jackson.
The census bureau has announced officially
the population of Arkansas as
1,311,5(54, an increase over the population
of 1S90 of 1S3,3S3, or KJ.25 per cent.
Charles and Clem Turville rode a mile
in 1 :27 2-5 on a motor cycle, breaking
the world's record for an eight-lap tract
at the Salt Lake, Utah, traqk October 2.
A stampede to the rich pacer diggings
of the Porcupine district, Alaska,, is now
on and it will le renewed wjth additional
vigor as soon as the season opens in the
Four more Ashing vessels, with crews
aggregating' thirty-five men, have been
posted at St, John's Is. F.. as having been
lost during the great gnJe of September
LieutenantAmdrup's Greenland expedition
has arrived at Copenhagen on board
the Antarctic. The members of the expedition
explored a hitherto unknown
stretch of land.
Winfield Townsend, alias Floyd, a
was burned at the stake in the little
town of Electric, Ala. The negro's crime
was an attempted assault on Mrs.
benor Louis A. Corea, Nicaraguan
minister at Washington, was in New Orleans,
October 2d, and brought important
information regarding the proposed
Rodney J Lowrey, a railroad station
agent at Moundville, "Ala., and Captain
W. H. White fought a duel with pistols
with the result that White is dead and
Lowrey is expected to die.
It ia announced that Melbourne will
be the capital of Confederated Australia.
Perry Belmont has been nominated for
congress by the democratic convention
of the First district of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt
have leased the C. P. Huntington mansion
in New York city. They are making
plans to take a prominent position
in society during the coming season.
Two men held up the passenger train
on the Burlington road three miles south
of Council Bluffs, Iowa, on October 3 at
midnight. Express Messenger Charles
Baxter shot and killed one of the robbers.
Col. C. H. Voute, street commissioner
of Toledo. O. A. G. Kinney, his secretary,
and Barney Mattimore, his foreman.
nave been indicted by the Lucas county
grand jury on the charge of falsifying
While steaming np the bay to her
berth at the Spear street wharf, San
Francisco, October 2. the steamer Columbia,
from Portland, crashed into the
ferry boat Berkeley and both vessels
were badly damaged. .
New flag regulations by the German
government require foreign ships to
show their nags when meeting a German
naval vessel or passing a German fortress
if within the three-mile limit ami
when entering a German, harbor.
The government of British Columbia
has offered a reward of $250 for "the arrest
and conviction of William R. Atkins,
lately sergeant of the nrovincial
police at Victoria, and who absconded
last June with f 1,200 of crown funds.
The latest report-, of cotton damage
to the state of Texas by the recent
floods, made by If. It. Watt, places the
estimate at 400.000 bales. The value is
estimated at sot less than $20,000,000.
Natioaal -republican headquarters in
Chicago was practically abandoned Sat
urday, October 6tb, as all high officials
of the party acted as an escort party
to Governor Roosevelt, who was touring
the northern part of the state of Illinois.
According to the Iron'Age in its weekly
review of the iron and steel trades situation
of October 4th, a tendency toward'
weakness has developed in the pig iron
marke'.s, due primarily to the fact of tbi
lowering in freight rates from wmthern
The opening session of the National
AasociatioB of Democratic dabs opened
at Indianapolis, Ind, October 4thJ
Many speeches and a big parade were
feature. Adlai Stevenson, democrats:
candidate for vice president, was present
aad givea a biff ovatioa.
The Uaioa Veterans' Union, at their
nectin at Washington, October 4th,
adopted a resolution favoring the
by congress of sufficient
raoeey to the oil Fort Stevens"
battle grant, Wstrirt of Columbia, for"
a Twrwaal military resenatica
la tke ceafexeac between the eScets
of the American Tiapkte company and
the delegates represesti&r the Tin
Workers Association of America, the
wage saesuoa. was settled, it is re-1
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dMTtoteat w ifc? cat rf" araeor, I yott4 sittt x&- srloyw Jmt hJi
TVy iwMrVtfcr BrtMeSSB'Stti1! aai Car-
Etjie trjopay. ft -
H?sNl smJ f lO
Tfe "rec3e fcpjTe, taBs!tir
T-, F. Ft, -a, kfer of a srprseatiar tEoetiwra 'Cottea Sjk
ad tkc$ Tar
ffeiRJSv as"eiarSet with
to offlke pck for yara JlMtn omst
pfetfl their wi at P.u
As iacresestf ef ) fvr nt was
ThcaHnet at P&ai has
owi3$ to a. nnaaiaocf Tote f
cwsrare It th conxres beisg, tsetitable
$ a rwslt of tie scssdal in cassecdea
-with the rm3sae of arass ia BeJgHim,
aad the- alleged s$e br Sesor
tainrstar of finance, of
lands for his private traasactiasi
h Ropshikans of Sfsssacjrasttts heJi
thetr state convectios October 4th.
the foltiwinx ticket: For governor,
WInthrop 3Iarray Crane; lien-tenant
governor, John L Bates: secretary
of state, WiUiasi 3L Olin: state
cashier, Edward S Bradford; attorney
general. Hoses M. Knowiton; asditor.
Henrr E. Tcmer,
P05D &. CO.
We offer a desirable acre
commanding an exceptionally fine
' House has
Fine Lanais, ancr
Modern Open Plumbing
Stable, Carriage and SerTant hoosee
"in good condition.
CONSULT US AS TO PRICE.
Tel. Main 69 - - Judd Building
PACIFIC TRMSFER CO,
227 Bong St., Next to Bailey's
EXPRESS WAGONS, DRAYS, LUMBER
WAGONS and DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TRUNKS, FURNITURE ksv SAFES
Telephone ... Main 85
We are showing the Largest
We have ever handled at
prices that cannot be repeated,
as the present
Duty on these lines is
prohibitive. They comprise:
VELTEI PILE, KINGS-
WOOD, DIG DIG, aii 1007
BRUSSELS ii GEITEI, SOFA u.
DOOR MATS HALL aid STAIR
CARPET in Tuistry, VELIET
PILE and BODY BRUSSELS, in
JAPANESE JUTE RIGS, STRAW, MATS
Hi MATTING, LINOLEUM, 6ILGLITH,
COCOA FIBRE MATTING, DHR
MATS aJwayj h inl it
WO. i 0 FORT ST.
BasineaB OfJce. Mala 21S.
Editorial Desartsea U?.
ill Ttt,. ruin
t v IBM., i 4ll3:i mi am .
8 f H9 .. IMIfl mttUJ .
Stmrs art Bmis
Lots on Fort St
Lots on King St
Lots on Beretanla St
-Lots on Kinau St
Lots on Lunalllo St
Lots on Wilder Ave.
Lots on Spencer St
Lots on Prospect St
Lots at Monoa.
Lots at Punahou.
Lots in McCulla tract
house and lot.
All Island Stocks Bought and
- Sold on Commission.
Order promptly attended to.
1 ,v .
acres land Nuuanu . Valley,
Lots on the Installment plan.
Houses anfl lots everywhere and
prices to suit
house and lot on Install-
6-room house and lot, easy terms
and lot on Install-
I have bargains in houses and lots,
all sizes, shapes and prices, and will
take pleasure in showing any or all of
them. I hare what you want 11 you
will let me know what! It Is.
A beautiful corner 200x200 feet situated
in the best residence section of
Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar
stocks, Kihei, IfcBryde, Waialoa' or
any other of the old line of dividend
paying stocks. This is an excellent
chance to make an exchange to your
BINQ JJP "PHONE-
have one of
THE - IT - Elt -
We deliver thera to your residence and st them ap ready for n
PACIFIC CYCLE CO.
UE HfllE lHPORTED Goods for two years that others follow us, prove
- v i.s. their su periori t v. Oar prices are the lowest.
By the Steamer
WALL, NICHOLS OO., LTD.
Just arrived ex-S. S. Australia and bark Irwin a large shipment of
new and cheap furniture. Here are some of our prices.
Bedroom Sets, 6 pieces, only ... . . $20 GO
Baby Buggies ... ... 10 00 nod up
Baby Chairs . l 00
Double Bed, Mattress and Pillows, complete 0 W
Double Mattresses ... 2 CO Mid np
500 fine Wool or Feather Pillows, each . .... 78 aad up
Chairs and Bockers. best quality . .. 76 mid up
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines, slightly used 10 00
Hardware and fine cutlery, half pricer
Books for rent fo b cents; best novels in town.
Lt. S. JVIATfiEWS & SON.
2G Beretania Street, between Fort and Nuuann.
We have received an extra choice assortment in
' Everything that the market affords in
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Also Fancy Cream Cheese, Frozen Poultry and
Oysters and our usual supply of Gruonhagen's
HENRY MAYTCO.. f LTD.
THE WATERH0USE STORE
Bethel Street, Telephone 24
THE MclNTYRE STORE
Cor. King and Fort Sts. Tel
The Hawaiian Electric Go., Ltd.,
Has Removed its Offices and Showroom o
Alakea Street, Makai Merchant.
BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
On and, after August 9, all Electric fixtures
,and Shades now in stock -will be sold'afra GKE&VT
SACRIFICE to make roomTfogTsKipmto arrive
per "Andrew Welch." '
NEW SUMMER GOODS,
li Eleut Use if Ties, Shirts, Ptjuias, Silk and
. Crwj, Kinas, Etc., Etc.
i Ufft Stick: if Laics'. Guts' ud Children's SIUI,
UTS Mini. .
. K. ISOSHIMA,
, JCing Street, Below Castle & Cook&s.
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