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by the Secretary, were sent to the
White House, and the President
subsequently concurred in the Sec
retary's action. The final indorse
ment, disposing of the matter, is
said to bear date of March 5, 1902.
In effect, President Roosevelt and
Secretary Root hold that the war in
the Philppines is already at augend,
or virtually so, and that the adop
tion of General Miles' plan, invol
ving a change of policy in dealing
with the inhabitants of the archi
pelago, would be unfair to those
officials, military and civil, whose
work has brought about almost
The Chicago Tribune Is to l'uiillsli
nn Afternoon Paper.
Ch'cago, The announc e in cut
that the Tribune is to publish an
evening edition caused considerable
comment newspaper circles in this
city. When the publishers dis
cussed the idea some time ago and
dropped it the general opinion was
that the decision was final, but it
is evident that the matter has been
under consideration for months.
The Tribune is well equipped for
the issuing of an evening edition in
conjunction with the morning paper.
Who will take charge of the edito
rial and city departments has not
Estimates of Expenditure Aunlt n
All talk about how much-money
is to be spent in the development
of the plans of the United States
Government for the improvement
of Pearl Harbor station, is merest
guess work, for none of the esti
mates made by Admiral Merry,
upon orders from his superiors,
have gone forward, nor will they
be sent to Washington for sometime,
according to the present outlook.
The latest information from the
Navy Department is that neither
the Secretary nor any heads of de
partment will take up the matter
I of Pearl Harbor until the United
j States Government has secured a
i clear title to the lands.
Owing to the fact that the Bishop
Kstate has now perfected an appeal
to the Circuit Court of Appeals for
the Ninth Circuit, the force upon
the preparation of plans for the
various buildings is not being over
worked. The profile and contour
maps arc not yet completed and
will not be for some time, while
the various designs for ,the build
ings, the shops, the residences and
the roads and tracks, arc being
j KCJll UilLK, US MllTU IS III) ICUSUU
for their being rushed, when there
is no chance for their consideration
at Washington. The delays in the ' been made public, but several I
courts may even yet block the work, I prominent newspaper men arc men
so that it will be past the time for tioned in connection with the new
the drafting of the naval appropria- movement, any one of whom is
tion bill, which in turn will mean fully capable of placing the paper
that any development of the proj- on a par with any of the evening
cct would be held back until editions now issued by the great
another session of Congress, or per- dailies. Since the announcement
I haps until another long session, , was made a few days ago and
(which will convene December 2d, 1 gained credence, the Tribune office
1 1903. I has been besieged by applicants for
The plans for the two drydocks, I positions and deluged with a shower
j the machine and foundry shops, I of written applications. Many of
the mills and the residences are the men on the staffs of various
! already for submission. There has dailies see a great future in the
I been added to these a plan for a Tribune's venture and are anxious 1
I coaling plant which, it is believed, to secure a place in its ranks.
will be the very best of its kind in When the publishers of the Trib-'
the establishment of the Navy. , c first took the evening plan in-,
This will be due to the time put j to consideration and dropped it,
upon it by Admiral Merry, and the "auy of its supporters were disap-1
many advantages which have been I pointed, and now they express!
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Pacific Const Department : I5DWAKI) 11ROWN & SONS, General Agents
411-413 California St., San l'rnncisco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Rosldont Agents, HILO
Engineering and Construction Co.
Rooms 508, 509, 510 Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, T. II.
All classes of KuRincerlng work solicited. Kxaminations, Surveys and
Reports made for nny class of Waterworks, Steam and Klectrical Construc
tion. Plans and Specifications and Kstimates prepared, imil Construction
Superintended in all branches of KnginceriiiK Work. Contracts solicited
for Railroads, electric and steam; 'funnels, Urldges, Ilulldings, Highways,
Foundations, Piers, Wharves, etc.
SPKCIAI, ATTKNTION given to Examinations, Valuations, mid
Reports of properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
Enginoor and Managor.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Socrotary and Troasuror.
P. O. Box 537.
J. C. OlilanJt,
J. A. Iluck
C. II. Iluck
N. OHLANDT & CO.
MANUl'ACTURltRS AND Dl'.AI.imS IN
Of Eoery Description.
at his disposal in the consideration
of the subject. In the designing
of the new works for Guam, Ad
miral Merry has had to meet the
question. of a suitable coaling plant.
themselves as liiuhly pleased that 1
the decision has been reconsidered.
Astute business men express them
selves as surprised that the move
was not put into execution some
There he decided that it would be ' tune ago. It is generally conceded
wise only to construct a 20,000 ton -that a well-equipped morning paper
plant, and here by the addition of can issue an evening edition with
another system of bunkers the ca- J 't little extra expense, and much
pacity of the plant will's be 40,000 j to it's profit. The evening paper,
tons. ' t'icy sa'i should pay all expenses
In the report of Admiral Merry! of both morning and evening, so
it was stated that this plant which making a clear profit on the morn
he has decided upon, comprised a , B It is easier, too, to close cer
system of hoists and towers, which , tain advertising contracts when a
will permit the handling of the j Iper issues the two editions,
large cargo in record time. There All these things the Tribune has
is embraced in it a railway, with j 1,atl " consideration for some time
cars moved by an endless rope, j Past with the result that the eveu
which is operated by the same 'S edition is to become a reality,
machinery which moves the ele- No forinal announcement has been
vators, whereby' the coal, once ! m!uIc. as yet, by the Tribune pub
taken into the elevated bunkers, M'shers, who refuse to discuss the
maybe let out from chutes with subject, It is probable that the pa
valves, richt into the cars, which Per will be sold for a cent, and as
Sulphate or Poliish,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
Muriate ol l'otasli,
Nitrate of Soda,
127 Market Street.
High Grade Tankage.
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Indiana & Yolo Sts
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to be correct.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
OKDEKS FILLED AT SHOUT NOTICE.
Hilo IoJJLrooxl Co.
To take effect March 1, 1902. Trains will leave Ililo ns follows; Sundays excepted:
in turn may be delivered at the port
of the ship to be coaled. Owing to
the fact that there is not a ship
which could be coaled direct frotri
the chutes, this plan is used.
many evening editions put out ris ' Train.
the news warrants. Just what lines
it will be conducted upon have not
been made known, but 110 doubt
the high standard maintained by
Then. H. Davies & Co., Limited
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But all these methods of the I tlle prcbciu paper win lie toiiowcii.
handling of supplies, and the build-1 If Slich is l,le case thi:rc can be
ings which may be used for tlie loubt as to its ultimate success.
purpose of the naval station, are in - -
the air, owing to the fact that none a VAMJAHLi: MHDICINi:.
of them will pass the recommended
stage until every claim against the j l'or Coughs mid Colds in Children,
property which it is proposed .shall I "I have not the slightest hesitan
be included in the reservation has cy in recommending Chamberlain's
been settled, and the title to the Cough Remedy to all who are stif
hind is in the Government Ad- ,fering from coughs and colds,"
Leaves Mountain View :
Keaau Olaa Mill Ililo
9:00 9:10 9:30
2:00 2:30 3:00
S!3l 5 Mo I d:x
SOUTH Sunday Trains leave Hilo for Mountain View.
.Miles and Philippines.
Lieutenant - General Nelson A.
Miles of the Army made a specflc
request to the War Department to
says Chas. M. Cramer, Ksq a well- j Train
known watch maker, of Colombo, I
Ceylon. "It has been some two' 4
years since the City Dispensary,
RETURNING NORTH. Sunday Trains leave Mountain View.
Class '""'"y; 1'i-riul.ilu ' Keaau Olaa Mill ,
Pas-,enj;'r A.M. 9:30 : 9:45 to:oo 10:10 j n
" l'.M. 5:"" i 5:15 ' 5:3 5:-l I 1
first called my attention to this
valuable medicine and I have re-!
SOUTH Trains will leave Illln for Puna every Thursday and Sunday
to he sent to tlie l'liilippine lsianus, pcatcdly used it and it lias always ,
and in connection therewith sub-, been beneficial. It lias cured 111c i
mitted a plan by which, in his quickly of all chest colds. It is'
opinion, the war could be brought especially effective for children ami
to an end without further loss of SL.iti0m tukes more than one bottle!
life to either side. He proposed to ' t0 cure t j,em f hoarseness. I have j
employ methods similar to those persuaded many to try this valuable '
1 1 !20
1 1 m
RETURNING-NORTH. Leaves Puna;
used by him so successfully in his
Secretary Root, after due consid
eration, denied General Miles re
quest and disapproved the plan sub
mitted. The papers, so indorsed
medicine, and they are all as well I
pleased as myself over the results." !
h'or sale by Ililo Drug Co.
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunh, HI. mil sub
Incursion tickets will be sold on Saturdays and Siimlnys at minced rates,
good until the following Sunday noon. Commutation tickets are now sold. i;ood
lor twenty-five trips Imiuceu M1I0 and Olaa at a minced rate, subject u certain
conditions printed on the same.
W. H. LAMBERT, Supt.
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