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THK WEEKLY IIIT.0 TKIliUNU. HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, DltCUMHKR it, 1903.
gninifiimminmHimmminmmmnig s. n ugars Wc hiivc the popular brands zsz in XMAS styles for XMAS H PRESENTS. Military pair Brushes sr That even a bald-headed man : gr cati appreciate. s Kodaks and Kodak Supplies j Perfumes S LUNDBORG'S COLGATE'S 3 ROGERS' & GILLET'S 3 1 Sachet Powder Toilet and 1 I Manicure Goods 1 Ihilo drug co.i uiuuiuuuiummmiuuiMiuuimuuR: The Liederkranz Cigar Is To Be Had at All Dealers SIIOHT CAHlXUKAMS. Port Arthur. Dec. 4. An anti Christian rising is reported in Szechucn. Yokohama, Dec. 2. Rear Ad miral Kvnns' squadron has sailed for Honolulu. Madrid, Dec. 4. The Cabinet has resigned because of Republican obstruction in the Cortes. Washington, Dec. 4. Secretary Hay today received n formal call from General Reyes of ColoivWa. Berlin, Dec. 4. The Rcicbutap organized today, re-electing Presi dent Ballestern as its presiding officer. I,AU,KS.S (IAMI CADOIIT, THEO. II- OAVIlSJs s CO., Irfc. Wholesale Distributors. THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd. 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This is virtually a declaration of marU.tl law. London, Dec. 4. The Earl of Stair is dead. The late Kail of Stair, a Scottish nobleman, had reached the age of eighty-four years. Half a century ago he made a re cord for himself in the British House of Commons, but this was before he became an Karl. For two years he was the Lord High Commissioner to the Church of Scotland. Washington, Dec. 4. Consider able stir was created at the Camtol this morning when Speaker Cannon ordered labor leader Schulties from the Speaker's room. Schulties sought an interview with Camion which uruiiuatcd with the labor man's expulsion from the room. Speaker Cannon, in speaking of the affair, states that his action was caused by an insult offered by Schulties. London, Dec. 4. The Duke of Manchester is ill of diabetes. The Duke of Manchester is chiefly in- 1'ertilUers for bale in lnrge or small iiuimUlics. I'crtilbe jour lawns with our Special l.awn Fertilizer. OFP1CK: llrewer Mock, Queen Street 1'. O. DOX 767, HONOLULU FACTORY : lleyond Prison Foil era I Court Ollleurs Hound 11 1 llnil .lupaucKP ut Honolulu. Honolulu, Dec. t. There is re joicing in the ranks ol the Federal authorities and United States Dis trict Attorney Breckons and Mar shal Hendry wear smiles that be token triumph The last of n gang ' ol alleged bad men is in the toils; the impassable bairicrs ol Warden I Henry's hostelry have closed upon j the reluctant heels of Nakamur.i Jusuke, one of the supposed ring leaders of the organization of evil so strenuously fought in the past few weeks by Uncle Sam's local representatives ol law and order. Through the reports of the pro ceedings of the Federal grand jury and the U. S. District Cotut the public has been made aware of the existence of n systematically organ ized association of Japanese whose business, it is claimed, was to im port from their native country wo men for purpose of shame, to hold as slaves and to force to lives of immorality that their masters might reap the profits. This society is said to have co:; spired to protect its members against , prosecution by the authorities for I violations of the Federal statutes, employing counsel for the purpose Now the baud is thought to be broken up and ill is particular com pany will never again do business within the Territory. . U. S. District Attorney Breckons, whose investigations have resulted in the wiping out of the society, stated this morning that the arrest of Nakamura Jusuke put the last of the chief rogues behind the bars. Saul Breckons: "Theie were originally seventy-three members of the societj. Thirteen of this num ber constituted what I m.ij term the executive committee They ran the affairs of the organisation, were its leaders, governors, dnec-' tors, originators and the ones really responsible for the conditions fos-' tered and sought to be perpetuated by the Society. "In seeking to break up this or gnuuation we made it a point to se cure the leaders, the members of. the directorate. "Early in the proceedings two of I the thirteen fled to Japan. One was in such a sad state of sickness when he left Ha wait that he surely ! must be dead by this time. The other got away before he could be ' apprehended. "Of the eleven remaining in the Territory, all of whom were indicted by the Federal grand jury, wese-, cured ten. One remained, this Na kamura Jusuke, perhaps the worst of the whole bunch and ccrtaitilv SVEA INSURANCE COMPANY Of UothcnburR, Sweden Assets (Home Office) .... ?7i3,o6,V3fi Asirtsiu U.S. (for Additional Security of American l'olicy Holders) 656178.43 Pacific Coast Department: F.DWARI) I1ROWN & SONS, Octieral Ai-cnU 411-413 California St., San Francisco. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Resident Agents, HILO FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! Is your property, household goods or merchandise insured? IC (JflT UiUV UuTQ IIIUJI, 11111 iiu 1 . In case of fire would you be a heavy loser insurance policy? without a fire THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd. General Agents of The Insurance Company of North America The New Zealand Insurance Company The Westchester Fire Insurance Company The FidelitN Insurance Compati The Canton Marine Insurance Company JUDD BUILDING. HONOLULU, H. T. 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Cotton con tinues to hold the center of atten tion in financial and speculative circles. The New York Cotton Kxchange was the scene of tremen dous excitement from the opening hour. Cotton continues to advance and the dealers are in a ferment of excitement. Liverpool, Dec. 4. Cotton ad vanced 44 points today. FERTILIZER Is that which lias been manufactured for the past fifteen 1 years exclusively by the California Fertilizer SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Works For Mucciloiilaii KeTorm. London, Dec. 5. Negotiations have begun for an international ad ministration of Macedonia similar to that of Crete. The Island of Crete, a Turkish dependency, was taken out of the hands of direct Turkish rule by the I shall we secured this morning and so we now have all the ringleaders in IIa- waii safe behind the prison bars. Jusuke's captuie meant time and 1 money, lots of both, nnd an unin terrupted search of the city, a care ful watching of steamers and con tinual work. "Altogether, there are twenty- five members of the organization m custody. Those who are at liberty are the lesser lights, the mere tools of the supposed leaders now in jail. They are hardly worth while con sidering. "Adachi, now in Japan, and wliose extradition is penning, was not one of the leaders of whom I have spoken as the executive committee." 1 lie Japanese 111 custody weie charged with illegal importation of women for immoral purposes, adultery, and similar wrongs against the community. The authorities are naturally pleased over the successful gather ing in and Breckons and Hendry ire receiving congratulations on Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco prices, puis oniy ireignt aim actual expenses, When purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every sack, otherwise you ill not be getting the genuine article. A large stock of Diamond A and our XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER Powers and is now governed by the latter. The Powers select a High C miuiissiouer who is the head of the Cretan government, and as a law-making body he has the Utile, or Assembly of sixty four members elected by the people every two yeais, to assist him. Questions of foreign relations are determined by the representatives of the? powers at Koine. their successful work Conviction, if possible, conies next, then punishment at the law's heavy hand. Kxtradition papers are awaited from Washington for Adachi and may arrive in the Hongkong Marti due from San Francisco on Thurs day next. In that event Marshal Hendry, if it is decided that he perlorm the duty, will be By Our Hilo Agents, TURNER CO, LIMITED me duty, win ne - r 1 i j for the Orient when Q. W. LOCKingtOn nal Krtsll ready to sail the Marti departs It is said that Adachi is the only witness in the case against Attorney V. M. 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