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HONOLULU STAIM5ULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
RICE'S STRENGTH ON OAHU SHOWN BY BIG
CROWD AT BIJOU; ISSUES PLAINLY TOLD
Opposition Meeting Held for
Kuhio Draws but a Slim ;
Cbarles A. Hire's strength on Oahu
was proved beyond question last night
when -nearly 1700 people jammed the
Bijou theater and beard Rice and four
other speakers set forth with business
like and telling conciseness why the
Henator from Kauai should be nomin
ated next Saturday as the Republican
candidate for delegate to congress. ,
The Rice meeting drew 300 more
people thin the Kohio meeting' last
In spite of a Kuhro meeting nearby,
sc heduled in opposlt ipn to the Rice
meeting at the Uljou, the latter drew
a crowded house and the Kuhio oppo
sition meeting was sllmly attended.
: Furthermore, going into numerical
comparison. The Rice meeting last
night drew 300 more people than the
Kuhio meeting at the Bijou last week,
though the Kuhio meeting then did
not have to contend with an opposi
tlon gathering but a (,ew steps away.
At 7:30 o'cloc test night the Bijou
ras almost filled; at 7:45 the Ushers
put newcomers in the last available
scats and at 8:10 o'clock when the
curtain went up and the Rice meeting
began, the theater was considerably
more, filled. It holds 1600, arid more
. than 100 people stood around the
"walls, in the aisles far back and in
the doorways. A large number of la
dles were present and. in contrast to
the Knhio meeting, last night s . per
form an ce was about evenly divided as
to representation between people who
live in the Fifth and those who live In
the Fourth district
Try to Disturb Meeting.
, A noticeable Incident of last night
was the presence in the rear of the
hall of a gang of young hoodlums who
.tpok every occasion possible to Inter
rupt the meeting by shouts, cat-calls,
whistles and boots. They were ap
parently Instructed In what to do, for
they would gather in a body In the
back of the theater, create a disturb
ance and then stamp loudly out, shout
ing "Vote for ' KuhioT" f A few mo
ments later they would reappear, one
by one, at different doors,' slide quiet
. ly to the rear of the hall, congregate
there and again raise a disturbance
and make a noisy exit together.
.'t- It was plain that the purpose of this
pang was to try to start an anti-Rice
demonstration and create the Impres
sion that many people, were leaving
the theater. As a matter of fact, the
big crowd stayed until Rice's speech,
the second address of the evening,,
was ended. - Theq about 200 . people
left, but the house was still filled with
as many people as were present at
the beginning of the Kuhio meeting
last week. . .'
Rice made one cf the most thought-i
.ful speeches he hes delivered in this
campaign. Wishing to weigh each
word and to be absolutely exact in
the points he desired to convey to his
cudience, he read a large part of his
nddress. In conclusion he stepped to
the front of the stage and In a few
brief words called upon the voters to
Ko to the . polls early next Saturday
and vote for the right, and for the
prepress of Hawaii. , Applause -frev
cucntly Interrupted him throughout
his address and at the close he was
given a roar cf haridclapping and
shouts of approval. .
K. C. Feters, whose speeches on
Tr.rsday night created sensations, waB
ur.able to speak last night. His en
ergy ?n Tuesday night In speaking In
Iho open air made him so horse that
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he could not talk above a whisper last
night. He sat on the stage with the
others, but left early for home. It
was announced that he will speak at
the closing Rice meeting on Friday
night at the Bijou. ;
When the curtain went up last night
an attractive grouping of Hawaiian
products was discovered on one side
of the stage, sent by' H. May & Co.
The audience had teen entertained
by iateresting moving-pictures and
quintet music, furnished through the
courtesy of the theater management,
and Joel C. Cohen presided, as he is
doing at the entire series of Republi
can meetings at the BIJou.
Lewis First Speaker.
'A. Lewis, Jr., the first speaker, after
a few preliminary remarks of a hum
orous nature, launched into the heart
of his subject by briefly reviewing
Rice's record in the territorial legis
lature: He referred to his effective
service as chairman of the finance
committee In the house where his abil
ity was so well recognized that when
he went to the senate he was made
chairman of the ways and means
committee. ' ," -7 -.
' "Gloom has spread over these is
lands for 12 months past on account
of the free sugar legislation of tbe
Democratic party. It ' is well for" us
that we can now send to Washington
to represent us a' man of energy, abil
ity and force one who will stay on
the job and who Is acquainted with all
the conditions in Hawaii," he declared.
"Such a man is Charles A. Rice. His
record In the legislature in itself is a
platform to stand upon and ask for
election to congress. ; ' f
"If you want: to know his ability,
ask bis associates. They can tell you
and they will tell you that he Is a
result-getter, a winner. He has the
vigor of youth, the experience In leg
islation affecting this territory, he is
genial, affable; he makes friends; he
has no enemies in Hawaii, no factions
fighting him. He is well-equipped In
every way to represent these islands,
"Prince Found Wanting.
Mr. Rice said, in part:
When that pprtlo of the Organic
Act which provides for our represen
tation in. Congress was enacted, ; it ;
stipulated among other things ; that
this territory should be represented
In the national congress by a delegate.
wno should have a voice in the action
of congress without being entitled to
a vote therein, and that he 'shall be
in attendance upon all sessions of
congress during his term of office
"No one not even the most ardent
supporter of the prince, would claim
that he is meeting this requirement
and fulfilling this duty . as "to his at
tendance upon the sessions of -con
gress. ,; :.-' :v ; -.
"We are not to be caught napping,
nor do w e propose to have you misled
by his sophistry, such as ' he is era-
ploying in calling upon us to tell
what has he not done? what has he
neglected? what ham ; has he v done
the territory by hia absence? When
a delegate to congress is chosen, it is
his business to be on the Job, to find
out what Is to be done and to be on
hand to do it
"IC we in Hawaii are expected to
tind what jhe, should do and discover
what he has not done in order that
he may be prompted to do it, then we
are doing the work; for which he Is
paid and I believe, that a salary of
s500 a year is ample compensation
for every ; minute of his , time that
would be required to attend congress
and be present at all sessions thereof.
"I desire to say, here and now, that
a tnember of congress , who has so lit
tle regard for the welfare of his oen-
OAHU RAILVAY TIME TABLE
Tor "Walanae, Waialua, Kahukn,; tnd
way etatlons 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City. Ewa Mill and way
stations ft: 30 a. m.,' JhlS a, del,
11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m.,
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Arrlre Honolulu from Kahaktu Tf al
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Arrive Honolnln from. Ewa MAI and
Pearl City tf'A5 a. hl, 8:36 a. nu,
11:02 a. bl, 91:40 p. m, M:23 p. sl,
5:31 pl m 91iZQ p. m. ' . ' . ,
Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and
Leilehua 9:15 a. m., fl:55 p.. el,
4:01 p. m 7: 10 p.' m. ; a i , : ;
; The . Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only firstclass tickets honored)
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:3$
a. for Haleiwa hotel; returning ar
rives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The
Limited .stops only at Pearl City and
Walanae. - ; - ' i- - -.
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stituency as to announce that meas
ures Introduced for. the advantage of
that constituency should be or are
classed with pickayune legislation,
falls far short of a proper conception
of the duties he is called on to per
form and the importance of safeguard
ing the interests of his constituency.
'The territory has but one represen
taUve, called the delegate, and when'
he is absent his constituents are en- ne joes not approve of the proposal
tirely without representation. Of the to increase the income tax as a means
two delegates from the Philippine is-'of supplying revenue to meet the de
lands, one or both are constantly in i ficit caused by the decrease in the cus-
iioouuismu ouu me, juuc ucicgatc
from Alaska is always on the job
Others Do Prince's Work.
My friends, if the: Philippines and
Alaska are receiving the benefit of
continual representation at Washing-! lie well in his mouth to tell the peo
ton, I believe Hawaii is entitled to' pie who elected him that he is not
the same thing, and if chosen to rep--needed in Washington when we know
resent you in Washington, I guarantee he is needed when this summer he
you will have it I am not a believer ! has been needed there."
in the theory of the efficiency of ab- Olson Firs Hot Shot,
sent treatment when it comes to repre-l Attorney C. H. Olson threw hot shot
sentation in congress and promise you into the camp of Prince Kuhio in one
that I will be on hand to discover of the strongest addresses of the even
what is to, be done In your interest leg. "The vote cast next Saturday,"
and will be industrious enough to do
ine cnange began when, coached two years, it is expectea oy me en
by Democratic advisers, be (the tire territory that some Republican
prince) sought to assail the adminis-j will be sent to congress as the dele
tration of the late Governor. Frear.' Kate from Hawaii, in the face of the
This fight on Governor Frear has Democratic action that has been so
borne so heavily on the mind of my severely felt In these islands. To send
friend the prince that he has Beemed a Democrat upon this most important
to lose Interest In all else and even mission would be the equivalent to
now ne goes out of his way to refer an Indorsement of the policy of the
to that fight and abuse that former. Democratic party,
official even though he, the prince,! "Now, for the past two years Hawaii
is in Hawaii neglecting h!s duty as a has had practically no representation
representative and the man he sought in the national capitol. . Kuhio was
to drive from public office. Governor elected to attend to the affairs of the
Frear, Is now in Washington doing ' territory, but he has sadly neglected
the work of the representative for his duty. He is a derelict on the polit-
whlch the prince Is receiving the Da v.
, My ancestry for three generations
have ben devoted, to and have con
stantly worked in the interests of the
Hawaiian people. In all the contests
the prince has had, I have been a
member of the political committee in
my country and the result has always
been in his favor. If the. long years
of . service of my ancestry in affairs
non-political t and the continuous sup-
port of the prince by myself and my
friends in affairs political are not a
complete answer-to the charge pf un
friendly feeling toward the Hawaiians
by reason of my candidacy for con
gress then 1 do not know what would
be an answer to that charge. :
"The prince is unfriendly admitted
ly so to the sugar interests of the
territory, ; and I hold that . no man
should be t chosen to represent any
community . who la an enemy to its
principal business interest. If I were
a member of congress and was w illing
that the prosperity of my district
should be assaulted as the prosperity
oi this territpry is being assaulted by
those 'who are unfriendly, to Its prin
cipal industry, I would leave congress,
for I believe that woqld be the only
honorable course to pursue. ':
Means Much to Hawaiians. r
"To my Hawaiian iriends I desire to
say that this : contest will have more
to do with the welfare of the coming
generations of Hawaiian citizens than
anything that has taken place since
annexation1 The drawing of the color
line cannot, help anybody. , The sup
port oy any class or race of people,
of a candidate merely because he be
longs to that class or race, without re
ference to his equipment for an indus
try In the performance of duty, is de
cidedly unwise. The Hawaiian .; Is tc
be commended for his loyalty to mem
bers of ha race, but the best loyalty
to that race is the loyalty that insists
upon efficiency and Industry on the
part of those who are chosen to rep
resentative places : . and if our friend.
the prince, merely because he is a Ha
waiian can succeed in securing the en
tire Hawaiian vote regardless of the
fact that he is neglecting his duty,
then what hope is there that the Ha
waiian citizen of tbe next generations
will equip himself or win feel that in
dustry is a necessary element of his
conduct inT either public or private
place. ; 7':'";:'' V--.'.
"The white people of this district
have been loyal to the prince from the
beginning and their loyalty was not in
any sense Secondary1 to the loyalty of
the Hawaiian, but the prince either
through sickness", indifference, or inef
ficiency, seems determined to desert
his post at Washington and has there
fore lost claim to the support of the
past, and should be willing to give
way to someonp who Is ready to give
his time and his energy to the conduct
of public business. ; .
"No one from this territory save
the delegate can longer engage in the
activities of congress, "epresenting af
fairs here, without being one of the
undesirable lobbyist class, and this is
an additional reason why someone
should be chosen who is wllline to
concede ' that i there is need , for the
constant attendance' of a delegate -to
congress rather than, my friend, the
prince, who insists that the only bus
iness of a delegate is to be present
when bills are introduced or when pri
vate 'picayune' bills are being consid
ered. " ;. i ;.',!.''' : :; " .-V-; -r -,.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., sioke first
in Hawaiian and then In English, each
of his speeches being informal and to
the' poinL 7 7-t7:: :.:-,;: r-7 : r',;;v,-r; .
"It is useless . for the delegate to
say that' no bills are going through
congress w e have the facts we read
t he facts every where and know that
the active members of congress are
getting their measures through," Raid
Lindsay. "I say to you that the peo
ple of this territory are the judges
of whether or not Kuhio should be in
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
U'ASHIT.TftV n f?l Spnt 10 Thfi
nrpRidpnt vestprdar made it nla!n .'that
. loins returns.
Washington and I say that he has no
right to tell us that he will stay at
i home if he feels like it. It does not
he said, "will be for or against the
real future or Mawan ior ine neJLi -
Ical ocean. For two years we have
had no one in congress to speak on
behalf of the territory. Can we afford,
to allow this state of affairs to con
tinue? I answer most emphatically,
we cannot! . .
"There is but one solution to the
problem and that is to go to the polls
next Saturday and vote .for the only
man who can beat the Democratic
nominee, JMcCandless. That man Is
Charles A. Rice.
"A brief review of Kuhio's past rec
nrrt will shnw him to have been re
peatedly aligned with the Democratic
forces,- In .his V fight on Governor
Frear and l am not Here to talk of
troversy you found Kuhio fighting I
shoulder to - shoulder with the Demo-;
.fat. wh9Jnr!inPO hv vnu that!
he will not again align himself with
the enemies of Hawaii and her indus
tries? None! . Therefore, let me re
peat once again that the only way in
which we cah be assured proper rep-
resentation at Washington
next two years or any representa
tion for that i matter is to cast a vote
next Saturday for Charles A. Rice for
the delegateship." V
Formet Senator W. J. Coelho, who
hand translated the speech of . Mr.
Rice, made a brief but telling address,
speaking In both Hawaiian and Eng
lish.' He told of his reasons for not
supporting Kuhio, whom he termed
"my former- friend." Coelho stated
that after he' had labored hard on be
half, of the prince the latter turned
around and helped defeat him ( Coel
ho) for a job on Maui worth $200 a
month. "If he would do that to me
how do you know he would not do the
same thing to you?" asked the speak
er, i i woraea nara tor mm in. mz
ana ne snowea nis appreciation oy
ugniing me 11 ne was noi a iriena 1
01 mine. after 1 nad aided him do you
minr ne would be a friend of yours
ir you once-more sent njm to Wasn-
ington? 1 think not! . He is only a
friend to himself. : I
wnere is mar xeaerai ounamg mat
we were to have in Honolulu? ,1 told
you a long time ago, through the Star
Bulletin, that if you didn't keep" on
the hustle Hilo would beat you to a
federal building. Was I correct? Two
men are now in. Washington, I believe,
fighting for that building for Honolulu,
but where is the delegate. Is he aid
ing in the fight? I guess not 1 -
"Knhio tells us there is nothing for
him to do in Washington. Should he
make the least effort he could find
plenty to do : for Hawaii nei. How
about Inducing the Kovernment to
build a military road around the is
land of Oahu? The United States
army on Oahu is large and could find
lots of use for such a read. The citl-
sens of Oahu would gladly use such a
road and f believe the government
would gladly build such a road provid
ed we had . a delegate who would go
after things. . ? 7l'7i':t -''i-,-:''7.
"No, Kuhio is not the man and that
is the reason I am asking you to vote
for my friend Charlie Rice." 1.
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Joseph Cj Lavere of Fali River was
arrested for horse theft two hours af
ter he married Miss Rose Reidtmann
at Worcester. ;- ; k7, . -- t .
; ' VA LPARAI SO, .T Chile. In the last
three years commerce with the United
States has increased $15,000,000. Great
Britain and Germany are the strong
est competitors for the northern trade.
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Logan, from Honolulu for San Fran-
cIbco, arr. Aug. 13. ;V"
Thomas for Manila, via Guam, Aug. 14.
Sheridan, from Nagasaki for Honolulu
; Aug. 2fi. . 7 .y .;t:-:; ;
Dix, from Honolnln for M.m'!i v!'
Guam, Aug. 24. .
Sherman, at San Franc!:
Warren, tUUoaed tt U - 1 .
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
PEKIN, China. Sept. 10. The Rus
sian minister to China has receive!
the consent of the Chinese government
for the construction of a railroad by
Russian capitalists on the island of
Sakhalin, along the Amur river to
Blagovestchensk, In Russian As'a,
from there to Harbin, and with a
branch to Tsitsikhar in Manchuria.
BOYD In Honolulu, September 9,
191 4, Robert N. Boyd, a native of
Honolulu, aged fifty years and seven
days. :-v'::v '
The senate in executive session con
firmed the nomination of Itoscoe Ir
win, of Kingston, to be collector of in
ternal revenue for the 14th district of
; Xew York.
TESSELS TO ARRITB
t : Friday, Sept. 1t.'
Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura,
O. S. S. ; : ; : ,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
str. -:: --r
San Francisco Siberia, P. M. 8. S.
Saturday, Sept. 12.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kca str,
Sunday, Sept. 13.
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports MI
kahala str. ?.'.;..:''; ;.
Hilo and Kahului Manoa, M. N.
San Francisco Logan, II. S. A. T.
M aui porta Claudlne, str.
Kauai ports Kinau str.
Kauat ports--W, G. Hall, str.
- : Monday, Sept. 14. .
I s- s
Tuesday, Sept. 15.
"l0 via way ports Mauna Kea.
8trv - ' : - . r; -:;
Kona Kau ports Mauna Ixa,
Str;v';;':';-.::..'-:.:;;;.'v;:.; : 7,
; Wednesday, Sept. 16. '
KaUal ports W. G. IialL str.
Thursday, Sept. 17. 1
7 San Francisco Chlyo Maru, Japan
ese str. '77' 7-77. , 7 y,,-.;. .:
Maul ports Claudlne. str.
Saturday, Sept, 19.
Hilo via way ports Mauna
Str. : -7-'-:':-:77
Monday, Sept. 21.
San Francisco Sierra, O. : 8. S.
Tuesday, Sept 22.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. S. S.
Friday, Sept. 25. ;
San Francisco China, P. M. S. S.
Tuesday Sept 29.
San Francisco Wllhelmina, M. N.
S. S. 77' -77
Tuesday, Sept, 29.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
Maru, Japanese sir.
; VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday. Sept. 10.
Kauai porta W. G. Hall, str., 5
San Francisco Sheridan U. S. A. T.
Friday, Sept. 11.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
g ' s., 9 a. m. : .;
San Francisco Ventura, O. 8. 8
5 n. m. ' " ;
Hongkong via Japan porta Siberia,
P. M. S. S., 5 ?. m.
Maui ports Claudlne, str., 6 p. m.
? " Saturday, Sept. 12.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
str., 3 p. m. 7'7 'v
Monday, Sept 14.
Kauai ports (windward) Noeau,
str., G p. m. -
Maui porta Claudlne, str., 5 p. m.
Kauai ports W. O. HalL str., p. m.
Manila via Guam Logan, U. S. A. T.
" Tuesday, Sept 15.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
str., noon. .-.-';V- '-'
San Francisco Manoa, M. N. S. S..
4 p. m. -77:--:
Maui. Molokal and Lanal ports
Mikahala, str., 5 p. m.
Kauai ports Kinau, str., 5 p,
Wednesday, Sept. 16.
Hilo via way ports Mauna
str., 10 a. ra. - 77-- -i'. .'
Thursday, Sept 17.
Kauai portsW, G. Hall, str., 5 p, m:
Friday, Sept. 18.
Maui ports Claudine, str., 5 p. m.
Saturday, Sept 19.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
str., 3 p. m. t .v.;--V:.
; Wednesday, Sept 23.
' San Francisco Matsonia, M. N. 8.
S 10 a. m r-Z'W
7 Mafia are du from the following
points as -follows:.: -.r-:;v:v
San Francisco Siberia, Sept 11.- -
San Frn-c ! -ca Manchuria. 5 Sept. 11.
-V; - tura,- Sept; IV,.; '7 - 7 7:;
rt ' r tit f::!3wlni
JOE HON HAS
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
DANVILLE, 111., Sept 10. In the
primary elections yesterday "Uncle"
Joe Cannon won the Republican nomi
nation for congressman from Illinois.
Per steamer W. G. Hall for Kauai
ports September 10 Miss M. Ellis,
Miss I K. English, Miss Grace Ing.
Miss Ruth Ing. G. N. Wilcox, Miss A.
Mahlkoa, Miss Alice Al, Miss M. Cum
mins, Miss V Jordan, Mrs. L. Meslck.
Mrs. U Akina. Miss Yon Tstn, Miss
Shoo Tsin, Miss M. Dunn, Miss E.
Dunn, Miss M. Anderson, Mrs. F. John
son, Miss Rath, Miss Helen Colburn,
Aubrey Robinson, Mrs. H. S. Cum
in ings. Miss Etta Lee, Miss M. C. Jack
son, Mrs. Rath, F. S. Scudder and wife,
Mrs. Katherine Burke, Miss Hayataki,
Ben Vickers, Judge L. A. Dickey, Rev.
Kimura and Miss L. Day,
Per O. S. S. Ventnra for San Fran-
cisco, September .11 J. P. van Valken
berg. Miss M. K. Ash ford. V. J. Mical
lef, Miss Ruth Gourley, Mrs. E. Gour
ley, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. McPherson, L.
Ji. Jones, Daniel Tweedia.
Per steamer Claudine for Maul ports
September 11 Miss E- WUkins, Miss
A. Tarn Yan, Miss Mae Olana, Mrs.
Murdy, Misa Carrie Thomnson. Master
Mundy, Miss. May Martin. " ;
Per steamer Mauna Kea for: Hilo
and way ports September 12 Miss
Kawoinui. Adam Lindsay. Gordon
Lindsay, Miss Edith Lindsay, Mrs.
Adam Lindsay. Miss I Bal, Miss A. I
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FOR TH E ORIENT: 7 '
8. 8. Manchuria via Manila
out and In ,.0ct 2
8. 8. Siberia, via Manila '
8. 8. China, via Manila, ; !
out and in. ...... ....Sept 28
; -For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. - Agents
T0Y0 KISEN KAISHA
Steamers of the above Company will call at tnd Itavo Honolulu tit
or about the datea mentioned below?'
FOR THE OniENT:
8. 8. Chlyo Maru ,,...8ept 18
S. S. Tenyo Maru ... . . .Oct 10
8. 8. Nippon Maru. ....Oct. 24
S. S. Shinyo Maru:...., Oct
S. S Chirryo Maru , ....Dec 4
Calla at Manila, omitting call at
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu
CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE
(For Suva, Auckland and Sydney
8. S. Makura Oct. 7
8. S. N iagara ...Nov. 4.
S. S. MaraTia .... .. . ..Dect 2
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO.,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. 8. CO PANAMA CANAL LINE
A STEAMER will be despatched from NEW YORK for HONOLULU,
KAHULUI, PORT ALLEN and HILO, via. SAN FRANCISCO, every
'TEN DAYS. Approximate time in transit, 38 DAYS,
ttlp. and Tacoma to Honolulu S. S. Virginian, to sail abont Oct. 2.
For, particulars as to rates, etc., apply to ,
C. P. MORSE, ' , H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
General Freight Agent Agenta
. ' , . '..'.. u
FOR RIVERS AND
Associated Press by Fed. Wtrelesa
WASHINGTON. IX C, Set t. 10.
Preliminary steps are bin? taken ly.
the Dennrats to readjust the .Rivra
and Harbors ApKcprhtun Bill.'
against which the Republican mem
bers of the house have been conduct
ing a filibuster on the ground that the
bill i$ extravagant in the number of
unnecessary new projects Involved.
The Republicans argue tn.it it Ml
not; be necessary to adopt anv new
taxation measure to raise V htmdrod
million dollars to meet a threatened
deficit if the Democrats will lexis:itv
only on the really necessary projects
and abandon many of the d;w ones
appropriated for in the biil
The champions of the bil! have
asked the war department to rcvino lis
estimates, in order that the total of
the bill may be cut down.
To prove he had an iron stomach,
Thomas Gcrgen, an Ironworker of Ho
boken, N. J ate six hardshell crabs,
shells and all. lie is expected to re
SAN JOSE., Costa Rica. Cotton
goods and railroad materials are the
chief articles of importation. Flour
and coal are next; in Importance among
products brought in.
Hoapili, Miss L, A. Johnson, Miss K.
O, Riley, Misa M. Kempster, J. B.
Blackshear, M. B. Henshaw, T. Ozawa,
Sam De Freest, Master Ernest Kal,
Mrs, Olol Akana, Misa M. Lum Sun.
1 ' ' '" " "" ' ;
FOR SYDNEY, N. . W.J
8. 8. Ventura ..Oct B
8. 8.Sonoma .....v.... Nov. 2
8. 8. Ventura .........Nov. 30
8. S. Sonoma ,;..,. .Dec. 23
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
8. 8. Manoa ......... Sept 15
8. 8. Matotnia ........Sept. 23
8. 8. Lurline Sept 21
8. 8. Wllhelmina Oct 7
1S. S.-Manoa Oct 13
S. 8. Matsonia .........Oct 21
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
8. 8. Nile ;.. ...Sept 22
8. 8. Mongolia Oct
S. S. Persia ...........Oct 20
S. 8. Korea ... ... .... . .Oct 2T
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO:
8. 8. Nippon Maru ....Sept 29
S. S. Shinyo Maru ......Oct 21
8. 8. Chyo Maru ......Nov. 10
S. 8 Tenyo Maru ......Dec 1
S- S. Nippon Maru. ..... Dec. 15
For Victoria and Vancouver.
8. S. Niagara Oct. 6
. 8. 8. Marama .........Nov. 3
S. S. Makura ...... . .,.Dec. 1
LTD., GENERAL AGENTS