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& - n -vri '"Wfpwr" . ..!,. K ' ISteMl MW "' vu Keep Pace With Progresss and Prosperity. r-l Evening TTT TT TTinPlTlKT J -O U XjXjJCj 1 11 THE PROGRESSIVE BULLETIN AND ITS PATRONS STAND FOR. Vol. IX. No. 1377 HONOLULL. TKKUITOKY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. JULY 7. 1900 PltlOK 5 OKJ.T8 i Thut's What I PI Fi V 4 A. C THE LATE CBIEF JUSTICE Memorial Resolution Spread on Su preme Conrt Records. Dr. Albert Francis Judd's Splendid Personal Qualities tod His Public Worth Euloglred by Speakers. v,"" At 10 o'clock tills morning the Su preme Court heard the memorial reco lutlon of tlio liar Association upon she late Chief Justice Judel. Chl'f Justice W. F. Frcnr and Associate ItistlcesC.A. Galbrntth and A. Terry wire on the bench, and tho following gent't mt'i if the legal profession were In nttind nncc: San ford U. Dole, II. H. Cooper. W. A. Whiting, A. S Humphrey V 1. Stvi lej, 1'. Neumann, I). II Case 1 M Hntcli.E. P. Dole W.I. Wilcox C Fied Peterson, I.. Andriws. (leo A. Davis Geo. I). Oear, I' W Hnnke), . (J M Itobcrtson, A A. Wilder, J I. kauhl kou, I). Kahatilcllo, S. K. Kanefl Enoch Johnson, I. M Long, C. Drown A M. Drown, I". I. Welter, II. It illt i tu't II. A. Hlgelow, W. A. Klnn C. CrclKhton, T. JlcCnnts Stewart. I. A Dlcko), S. M. Uallou, W O. Mnl'b, Hcniy Smith, S K. Chillingwoi, i . A. Hcnshall, I.. M. Dobbins, A W. Car ter and II. I.. Marx. Court officers picsent were Oio I.ucas, J. A. Thompson, I. I). Kellitt nnd S. C. Diddle, clerks, Le Ohoiuu, Chinese Interpreter, nnd Alh'it Me Gurn, court hilllrf. Mr. Aiidiews read the resolution nnd moved that It he spread upon the record and n cop) sent to the famll) if the late Chief Justice. The ieoItithi.i Is as follows "Our late Chief Justice of the Su piemo Court, Albert Francis Jud 1, hav ing been remocd from us by untlnuly death on the 20th da of Ma) A U 19W), tho Uar Association of the Ha waiian Islands respcctfull) presetus to the Supreme Court of the. Territory of Hawaii, as a mark of respect, Hi" fol lowing resolutions: "Ilcsohed, That by the death of our lamented Chief Justice this comnmnlt) has sustained a serious nnd deplorable Joss; "That as a Jurist the deceased has nl &) occupied a prominent plico In the history of tho Hawaiian Islands; "That his Ion gserUce of twent)-slx years ns Justice nnl Chief Justice .f our Supremo Court has shown him to lime been a Judge upright and capable, and of a disposition which gained feu him the respect and affection of thoie with whom he wns brought in'o con tact: "That as a fellow-citizen h" was Justly appreciated for his hum sty, purity of lifo nnd public spirit. "Iteiiulescat In pace. "PAUL XEl'MAXX, "I.. ANDREWS, "S K. KANE. Commlt'io." Mr. Neumann, In seconding the mo tion .spoke of tho custom of pi it in,; a resolution on recoid upon the decease of a member of the Ilnr. The lame t ri d Jurist was worth) of this trlbu'e both for the high position he Ailed an 1 ns n man of good nnd great qualities h n the speaker was Attorne) Genual he first began to appreciate tho chirm r t of Chief Justice Judd Ills unstinting Integrity, his inbuilt), his I'hristlim spirit, his bonoiolencc, and the readi ness with which he assisted nthen en deared him to all. Ho was i man of remarkabl) strong character tils Ideas and alms were such as redo inded to the public benefit. A man of oe Inble disposition, In his family life and as a citizen, his example had built for tli late Chief Justice a monument far moie enduring thau could liae been inane by the hand of man. Referen"e was made In conclusion to the late C'liiif Justice's great kindness to membt rs of the bar. Mr. Knne spoke In Hawaiian Inter preted h) W. O Smith. This was not the first occasion on which the) hid assembled on tho deith of .t Justt c cit Supreme Court. Death conns to ill alike. Chief Justice Judd via. mid in high esteem nnd tor a long p i lo 1 had borne a prominent part in he affalis of this countr) Ho ucttio'eel bis r alt ed olllce under three legluies- the mon archy, the Provisional floteinni'nt Mil t..e Ilipubllc. In all that time nothing In his administration of Jus'lec usulted In Injury to the country. He dee lib d (Continued on page 4 ) HIIo'h GIopIuuh Fourth. Hllo's Fourth of July celebration was a big success in otcr) detail The rnln was not in sight, the people wore out In crowds and tho contingent fioni Honolulu enJo)ed thenibeltes to the limit. Tho events at Hoolulu Park avere carried out with marked success and to the complete satisfaction of the crowd. The athletic events with n few exceptions wero well contested A)ers a Honolulu man carried off the honors In the walking match. Judge 0. F. I.lttlo delivered the oui tlon at tho literary exercises held in the pavilion The horse races which were the gieut feature of the day weic among the Ixst ever hold In tho Islands Homer's Ranch made a big show Ing Modules I'rcHcntcil. When II E Cooper was Attornej Ofliernl ho offered the police a gold slher and n bronze medal for competi tion In 111.11 ksmaushlp High .Sheriff A. M. Drow 11 obtained tho mt dais frou Wlcliman'a this morning and 11ft. 1 showing tin 111 to the donor presented them to the winners, lchpectlTcl) Cap tain Robert Parker Atatunl and f'lu.i llaker. Tho menials 111 0 handsome pin ducts of the Joinders art The) huve 11 turgct inaiueleiil upon the obnrse nnd the Inscription of the winners names on tho reverse In the annual boat iioi at New Lou dan, Conn , between Vnl d llarrurd, Yle won by six IuhjUiu. SIXTEEN TO ONE ISSUE Mr. Bryan and Friends Fayor the Old Plank. Mr. Sulzer Denies Trial Silver Is Dead Either East or West -No Haaie But Bryan s. Lincoln, Xch, June 30 When Con gressman Sulzer lenvet, fcr Kansas Clt) this afternoon the populiyei'ip; position among the Democratic politi cians now In Lincoln is that lie will tnkc with him the expn?d wHliee of Mr. Ur)an ns to what should ! con tained in the flnnnclnl plank of thu platform to be presented to the Demo cratic Xatlonnl Convention Mr. Sulzer Is regarded heie m the mouthpiece, for the tlm being at least ,of the New York detention Mr Sulzer himself, Is for u ptstlvi specific declaration for free silver dung at i ratio of 10 to 1. He wMl net h- nalfs fled with u realllrmatlon ct tho Chicago platform. "To attempt to hedi,e oi thele this question would be cowardly raid a tin trn)al " said Mr. Sulzer to the Awoilut ed Press correspondent It "wild In nn admission to the Republh im, that we hac accepted their ccn'fntljn that free sllter Is a dead Ismk nnd tint wo were wrong and thnt the wie lit lit In the fight of four )enif igo H Is foil) nnd false to assert thai free silver Is dead, either East or West In Ly lai t canvass for a seat In CongictiM, In u district almost In the ebade of Wall street, I made silver the whole ltiio anil my mnjorlty wns the largut ever given In the district. I made the fight on this issue against the advice nt par t) leaders, too." Whether Mr. Uran taket tho urnio stand as Congressman Sulzer neither gentlemen will say, but It it the g' ntral opinion that they are not lcr npirt It Is noteworthy that J. Hamilton Lewis entertains for Mr. Drnu the tnmc at titude as that of Mr. Sulzr. Following an extended conference at the Dryun home, Mr. Lewis said: "I am satisfied Mr. Eryrn, If It were left to him, would not content to thu omission from the platform if nn ex plicit declaration for free bllvcr nt 1G to 1." Dy the time Mr. Sulzer racbu Knn sis Clt), most of the mernbeib f the New York delegation "vlll lie there Ilk hard Crokerand e-Senator Muipby will have arrived h) Sunday inrnilng at the latest and on the Unor of Mr. Snlzer report It Is predicted, will do-1 in ml their subsequent actici It Is' not Improhnble that MesT" Cinkei and Murph) ma) find tltre to run to Lin-' coin nnd see Mr l!rnn befr if the ceui ventlon, although no one In Lincoln can speak with authority cu this sub ject ' Mr. Sulzer's Vice Pretldentlil boom did not suffer as a remit cf Ms Lin-, coin visit. He made the aujiialntuiuel of a few of the Nebraska de'es.ites and the coupling of his name with that of i Mr. Ilr)nn found apparent luvoi. "I am not a candidate lei Htronli place on the ticket In the tento ol se e k- Ing It," said Mr. Sulzer. ' Nntmally 1 1 nm gratified at the support which has I been given me, nnd 1 certainly would not decline the nomination TMiithir more I believe I nm tfe in saying If the sentiment nt Knnf.i City develops In in) favor, I can ommand 'he Blip pent of the New York delen'lon "Mr. Ilrjnii nnd m)elf have been warm personal and political lilends He Is the Idol of the Demo i i'Ic party and no other name will tie mentioned t In tho convention for first p!ae on tho ticket." Mr. Sulzer had another onfeienco with Mr. Br) an this mornlnr but the ninln subject under elUcut'lnu was not divulged Senator Allen will be one of Mi. Ur) nn's visitors today nnd he may re main until Monday. Populist Vicu Presidential nominee Towne is iilso ex pected, but his coming is net certain. Thcro Is a hare possibility that Mr. Ilr)an may )ct be Induced to go to KanaiiH City to participate in the dos ing scenes of the convention Kansas ICt) men In Lincoln believe he will go but his arrangements are otherwise. Two telegraph loops are being strung to his city home, and Mr Bryan's pres ent plans nro to receive, with a fe.v friends bulletins on the proceedings of the convention. The schooner Helent alleJ from sin Fnncl-co for this po-t June 27 The Man K hontrrsilled two cl3s liter. HONOLULU : SCHOOL OF Day and Night Classis A. COWAN. Rooms ii-ii. irdrioor 1 9A , p. Houm 1 T 104 JO e PKOOKLS ULOCK Parker and Kepoikai Kept Convention Lively Interesting Account of Travels of Hawaii's Republican DelegatesHawaii's Banner Overtopped Them AllMr. Castle Was There But Not Stated Delegates Make Trip to Maine With Mr. Scwall. (Sjieclnl to tho Unlit tin.) Philadelphia, June 21 The llnwii Senator Clark of W)nmlng called and linn delegates to the Republican Xa proffered Ills sen lees to the delegation tlonnl Convention, as lias appealed and he was ot frequent aid to them ilur from press notices from time to time, 'Ing the session of the Convention, hnve had a most successful and Inter-i sitting not fnr from them estlng experience. Other friends of the Islnnils, mining On their nrrlvnl at San Francisco, tho public, men, who were met, wen S"n- chairman of tho delegation, Colonel Parker wns taken nt once ashore In the Custom House launch and ni rang ed transportation east, foi tho party, the next di). The numixrB of the piess were re ceived b) the delegates with itrbmlt) and tact, and from the moment of tho 'delegates wns on the second !.) of the first Interview to the present time. Convention elurlng the spc-xli of Si n nothlng escaped them which could have ator Lodge permanent clmliman caused an) embarrassment Their it-, There had nut been nil) 1 trge iiniuiiut tltudc wns that of the most skilled nnd of enthusiasm n roused b) bis remarks trained diplomatist. When lather hard until he mnde reference to the nnm-xa-1 pressed at ono time, nt the Palace Ho tlon of the Islands ns a part e.f lhe tel, Kepoikai addressed his colleagues work of the Republican Administration In Hawaiian, which was an effective nnd then referring to Hawaii, ho said foil to tho Inquiring reporter. ' "her representatives sit on this floor The delegates received attention in nmong )ou." Thereupon nil c)i'i weie San Francisco from Hon II P. Daldvvin i directed toward the Hiwallm elelegn nnd Mr. Atcxnndei came down to tin tlon, nnd Parker and Kepoikii were ferr) to see them oft on their Eastern forced to stand upon their clnlrs nud Journey. Doth on the steamer and on the train, their popular chairman was a lending spirit, and ever) whore Increased his circle of friends. Kepoikai and Wilson, the two who had never been In the countr) before, wero most attentive observers all along the route, and were Impreieed with the magnitude of their icw conn tiy. Philadelphia was reached the Sun clay before tho opening of the Conven tlon, nnd quarters had been secured a' the Hotel Walton, whlih was the i-cp-tcr of all the political activity pi it cl ing tho final action of the Convention Their qunrters were most convenient and commodious nnd soon In cum .1 rendezvous of visitois from all oiei the countr) The (list delegation to 0 ill and "nv their respects wns tint of Maine 1 J fioni beginning to end of the Conten tion nothing was left iinsparnl hi this dele gallon to conti Unite to Hie louifoi' nnd eliJo)mint of their new llau.ubri brothers Mr Minle) the chairman of the Sub-Committee) of tho Nation il Contention, bad secured tin ill rooms, also tcr) good seats on tho Moor of tho Contention, nnd protlded tickets foi Island friends who applied; among them being Mr. Mclneni), Mr. Ilruner nnd )oung Mr. Freeth, who has an ei. vlnblo position In Cramp's ship ard. On tho day preceding the Contention, the party was Joined b) Mr. W. It Cas tle and by Mr. U) croft, Mr. Castle tik Ing up his quarters with the part) Tint two of tho delegates and alternates re coiled suits ut tho hands of the Nntloi -al Committee, tho leason being .jlifii that it was questionable whither the ilelegatlon under the cliiumstauces of t lie Ir election, wcio eutlilid to scats nt all Iheso two delegates nnd nlternites weie put upon the rolls of the tempor al)' orginl7atlon nud the dele gallon ut the Convention, theiefoie were Patkc" and Kepolknl Wilson and Rvnort There Is Utile iloubt howcior, that a' tho next Contention, Hawaii will he given six delegates It was though, best not to press the point for a large 1 representation at the present for fear that seats might bo refused to an) noi was It thought ndtisuble, under the circumstances, to press the recognition of tho right of Hawaii to earl) State hood, this being clono h) the advice of friends. The reception accorded the eh lega tion, from first to Inst, was notable On the day preceding the Contention af tei the delegates and nlternates mimes had been placed nn the rolls if the Contention b.v thu National Committee In Executive session upon motion of Mr Mimli) Col Parkei was Invitee) to tho loom ami liitiodueed lo the com mittee anil acknowledged the re mpll ment 111 u tor J pleasing speech 111 which he mnde mention of Ills Ameri can grandfather and of his apprecli tloii of the action of the committee llio appc lrauee of Col P.irkei i.i.iclc a most evcelle nl Impiissiiiu nr I II 'h e nullum d thiiitighout the si ss in of ill ("on vint Ion On tin owning of the Conirirlon rs mi ra p fa ss us mi rw iw s in tm f tn ft t rs m n r p ra A eomplctu pew stock of jenta THE W VfEHMAN IDEAL KOUN sblrlB, collais and culfa at L 11 Ken's, ' TAIN PEN All slzei., nil shapes I Queen atre.t. r, SICHUAN. ator Cilllom nnd Congressman Mon I dell During the session of the Convention Ilei Mr. (lullik nnd broth"! e.inie up nnd greeted the members of ths delega tion The greatest ovation tendered t'i" I make ncknowleilgenient It was the first nnd tho most nntahl , aid the most spontaneous outburst of enthu siasm In the wholn Contention. On that same day, when Hawaii was called upon to nnmn her member of the Xatlonnl Committee, th- vice piesl dent of tho Convention nnd Parker, as chairman, lose to do so, he was met again with n repetition of tho same iiiatlon The attention ho .ihrnct"d led to n suggestion that he appear on the platform on the last da) sometime during the nomination of President m.d Vice Preside ill, and Ills name was on the list of Mr llauna as a seconder of the nomination of Mr Itooseielt ami 1 III apinranio would have been 1 wel-1 come relief from several lulloiis speeches tint were' miiilo nt ;h thu but Chaiince) Depcw lelleteel the de pression so that It wis thoucht lit shortl) lifter to close the speech link ing and proceed with the nomination . When the liomliiatlon of UKInle.v was mule, nnd the markers that bore tile names eif the different Slates ..pel Territories wcie curried together, nt I tho top of long poles, to thu plitfoiri the Hawaiian ling was attachid to tho marker of Hawaii, and with his 'i inner In his hands, Parker advanced to the ' platform and stood upon the S eak er's table, holding this high nliovu the others, tho most conspicuous place, and wns met with repented cheering. Later there were loud calls for Ha waii from the delegations back from the front, hut In tho confusion the chairman fulled to distinguish the name There Is no doubt that had the opportunlt) been offered and selznl at mi) time during that da) tin 10 ivou'l have been a final demonsti itlou mode In Hawaii s honor that would not have bun exeelleil b) all) thing exi epi tint' remarkable 0110 at the moment of .Mi -Kluli) s nomination A badge for Hawaii hail hi en 01. Lied jellow silk stamped with Hawnil mi 1 1 el letters ncross Its length, an "ml above, and all Ameilcan flag aboio that, making u most effective combina tion of Hawaiian colois and tlw new flag 'Ilio.se badges weie the hm si sought utter of nil those that appealed In the cit), nud the delegation gave them out generous!) until foicul to stop to reserve some foi their fricnJs at homo. Tho acquaintance with thu Amine delegation led to an Imitation from the latter to the Hawaiian delegation to attend their approaching Stitu Con ventlon nt Ilnngor, on the 27tn, wMeli Is to be presided 011 r b) Senator F ). nnd the) availed themselves of ! Af terwards planning to visit Mr .Si wall nt Hath In the me ultimo tin 1 ifo In New York where Ml Henry Oxt tint president of the ileet Sugu Conipan.v is to hu their host for a fevi davs Flic Ir plan Is to visit Washington on their re turn, and Col Parker who Is on tilt, commute 0 to notlfi Preside -it MeKlnlcy of Ids nomination, will pioli ubl) go to Canton to pe rfoim that clutv Judge Kepoikai I who Is oil the com mittee lo Iiotlf) the Vie 1 Pri'sldeil" of his nomination 1 if that coiniulti-. names 1111 earlv da) foi the pirforii anil of this dill) will Join It at ()Moi Day to Iiotlf) Coven 1101 Itoosiivell McNEAR A TOTAL LOSS Went Ashore on laysan Dowsett Island. Reef On News Brought Bj Bark Ceylon Went to Load Guano Crew Six Weeks Ashore Full Particulars. The American bark MeXenr, ovvnel b) Hnckfcld & Co , Is u total wreck on Dowsett reef off Li)sm 1st mil Tho news wns biought b) the bark Cc)lo'i which urrlved from l.i)san this morn-1 lug with Captain Andrew Johnson and tho crew of the wrecked vessel The MeXear silled from this port on the UStli of April with l'.l Japanese, m engineer anil a head tuna for Die gu mo works on the Island She encountered fair weather and mado tho tun In six da) s It was at about 1 n'cloek on the morning of Frldii), May 4 that cvei) boil) aboard the Mc.SVar was awake n"l bv a sudden crumbing sound unci the) complete stopping of the vesssl Die McXcnr had stiuck on Dowsett s reef, about slxt) miles from l.ivs.m Islnnil and the water was aire id) pour lug into her hold nt n tremendous rate Captain Johnson ordeied the three boats ener the side and the lien piled In, taking their clothing with them It wns n lcr) cl I flit ill L Job to get Into tho boats as tho McXcnr was over em hir side befoio the men could get off Then i again there wero the lapanue to lie tnken inre of The three bolts wero pretty well crowded with 3") men Just ns tho boats wero leaving, the MeXear began to go to pieces and It icus not long before she wns a thing of the past. Arriving nt Ui)san at about .) o'clock the next night, Captain Johnson and his crew and passengers went to tho settlement. There the) remalnc I until tho Ce)lon left on lied return trip lo Honolulu All the) brought from thu wrecked vessel was the thro hints which carried them from tho reef 10 tho Island. No blame can be placed on in)one for tho loss of the MeXear. Ciptilni The first native dle-d of peritonitis as Johnson Is as fine a navigator as cier vias proied b) the post mortem cxaml Hallcd In these waters the lutlilcn. liillen. Th bodi ef the socnnel, old was Just one of those things that wllli i'illpo, was In such an advanced stage huppen I of decomposition upon arrival 111 town The exact locution of the -eef upon that It Wns impossible to hold 1 post whlih the MeXear wns wreckel Is 1"0 mortem However It was pr"lcy well deg I.', long W and L'". ib g M I it N 'I ho MeNenrs dimensions wet" as follow h UD ft length over nil. 37 7 fill beam, J I ft depth Her troHs ton nage was 1 3US ami net 1 J.'l She was built In XevvhiiDpoit Mus-i In lhT'.e and hei home port was Do-ton VOLSIiLF. S Ulltli I'ltUDICTION 1 Another Filipino Sulmitn, London !uni .10 Lord Wolselej In' New York, June 29 I lie t-uii lias re- an Interview published this morning elE,dril,,,'e l0t'!"VV '"5" . . ... Manila, June jo q a. m. - Gentn si)s China posheshcsi'ter) requisite Grant report the uncnnilitloial Mirtnder for 011 rruiiulng tho world She has a 1 of ficnerial Aquino at AliRele with sixty population of 400,oiW000, all speaking flur rlrC" c,t"":nl Aquino pomlcsthit '. . ... ,1. 1 '' ffirs and men vi 1 urrenJer later, the same language or a dialect -cailllv . s-cret service officers canlured Generii iindirstnod from one end of thu emplio to the other. Sho has enormous! v eU teloped wealth and stll lmore enor mous natural wealth awaiting detelni ment. Her men, If properl) drilled and led, arc admirable soldiers The) mo pluck) and able to lire on next to nothing Moreoter, the1) ire nhsolu ted) fearless of death llegln with the foundation of millions upon millions of such solilleis ns these men ire inpihh of being made and tell me If ou '.111 where the end will bo To Abolish Suitor Itountlch. London, June 29 The Abviclitlon of Z inibers of Commerce of the UniteJ Kingdom .iJopt 1 resolu icm at voterJay's session urgliiK the Government tu prompt I) conclude .1 c nvcntlon with Germany, Au-tri.i and other powers n illini; to abol ish umr bounties, the convention to In cluJe a pen d cliue proliibithiR the enlrv of bount) fed sugar Into the terrltoiles of the conir.icthiK powers. Democratic DclegiiteH. Iteno Xev , June 29 Tho Califor nlan and Hawaiian delegatloiu lo tho Xatlonnl Democratic Com ntlon nt Kansas Clt) arlrved hero at 7 20 tills evening A big crowd had gatheied ut tho station, which gave the dele talis1 tin . iitltitalnnele r. . mill, in ilniln.. fltn brief stop PortugucHe Interpreter Wonted, Major J M Camnra has lesigned his position as Poituguise Interpreter to the courts The olllce carries 1 silai) of lai) .1 month Imlge Humphrey Is prepared to receive applicants foi the position Anelrce Kturj Not Credited Berlin, June 2.S. The report mM 10 have lOilRlmteJ it Vardoe.Niiriiiv.thit AnJri-r.i I who attempted to rue 1 the North foe m lubilloon.ls Mfe.h., been ignored here , jiiJ Is regarded as reins unfuunJcJ lliitwilliin lOHtoflcc SoliirlcH. ' WasltliiE'on, June 2S. The foil ihiiir posh fticesluve been 1J1 imej 1 1 the Pre idrntiilchss II m ah II inohib sibrv , j2oc Koluli.jilaryficMc., Hllo. sal in Great s,ll" of hoots ami tvlioes it i rents on tint dolhu ut I. tt Kerr Cn's shoe- houso, corner of Fort and Hotel ttrewti : Clilnn Win- Hpltutuled. Washington June "50 Tho Xnv) Department his leeelved the follow Ing cablegram from Ad mlrnl Kenipff t'hefoo lime .10 Tn the ?- relnry of the Na) Wishlngton. The Ministers nt Peking wcie- glvi'n twent)-fmir hours to IciV" on tile FUli The) iefned nnd iro still there The Peking lellef forces mil) got hilf w i when tin-) were compelled to "eturi! The) were nttackeil bv Imperii. troops on the IStli MeCalli wis In eomninuil Fir were killed . nIIC twent)-flie vvoumlml Mc- ! Calli anil Ensign Tninslg woundi'il but nut serleuuli wero There are now unco tro-ipi ashore Commander Wise iinn- minds nt Tong Kil In chirge of transportation b) rail and rli.T. The combined nationalities find It nercssar) to make use of somo Chilians to operate the r.tllwnv. KnMFF" .J. .! .. . .-. .J. .J. . .;. , . .;. .;. . . fy . .j, PACIFIC HEIGHTS RAILWAY I (1 Pratt of Hi in o irlng S. Co, has been made hnppv bv the irilval of .ill the material fur the Pa. III. Heights irolle) line It hid been elelied a long while upsetting the desire to haies nn excursion on the Fourth of July. At last It came all In .1 help and by three different vessels the Aldcn llcsse, the Mohhau and the Irmgird. Work will be piisheel in lonstructlni; tho track Mr Piatr expects to have the road opened within tliirt) ilnjt. The cars will nrrlie In the next Am tralla. DUATII8 I.N PALOI.O. A strange fntnllt) seems to be fol lowing tho natltes of a eertili small kuleann fnr up In Palolo lallev With in the past three weeks there Iim been flie suddin deaths and the remainder of the residents of the locality aro bo coming frightened. Some haio alrndy left tho vnlle) nnd conic to tour. ileinimstrateil that death wis closed b) liver tumbles The tin el db il of peile.irdltls and the fourth of tii)evnr dllls HMtesslic drinking t-n prub abl) mused the death of these lita anil Pllli o post miiitom vv is Inlel 011 tho boil) of the fifth nitlVH jeot-reluv. "Uphold fcier was the cause of dcuth. bstrella In Minlh eslerday. At KniMilnlino. Henr) Wnterhouse, who returned re cent!) from the States, will occupy tho pulpit nt Kawalnhao church at tho morning service Sunday. MrH. Clemens Deuil. , New York. June 27 Mrs. Katharine lott Clemens, wife of Simuel Clemens (Mark I wain) the author, tiled suJJcnlv toj ly of heart trouble (t IhcKennack.N. J. - m ,m FOI ItlH OK JULY A great number of Haw iflm nnd American digs 11111 be gotten In Ittaka nil's store, Unlet street Have you (..( .jo., -p., . .( . Tried them? They are regular "Knockabout" Shoes fsoll u1nnol t0m, n wtll ouf .,,. i.i,, , 1 .1.... ...m . -"HJren, send them in anJ they will r. celve Just the same care and attention ind their feet villi be lust as careiullv fitted, as if iou were with them. We'll fit the foot if you'll foit tVe ,,1,1,1 ,,,4 pri s IU that both will lx , , , S-',IS,U,"N Manufacturers' Shoe Co Our toclt is now replete vv ltd rooJ fiti, good style anJ good wear. . .. .;. .;. .j. . jJC- UMx-y,? t.,m J V- ,;. :?