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Tr , TTTWr iPP' -11' PRACTICAL PEOPLE PATRONIZE Evening Bulletin I F all builneit were con ducted on business princi ples there would be no need to argue about the advantoji of advertising, for every butl ness man knows that adver tising la one of the most Im portant of the principles which make success for business- ONE V0TE.F0R tj 1' I riu AlefctWeinuL lfeWttViltiint&ll l J l HAWAII'S PROGRESSIVE PAPERTHE BULLETIN PlAyur, ,unC)' ' J Vol. XI. No. 1900. qVHONOLULD. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, SATURDAY. OCTORHR 12 1001. PllICE 5 OBNT8. iMuh:i m tiu AlefctjnpeinutA- j t I ; ! ) y u 1 DM1 Nil mil Peremptory Order From Treasury Depart ment. FAILED TO PASS CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION Ten Voacancies Made onShort Notice Office Will Be Greatly Hampered in Its Work. Hnd n bombshell burst In tlio up stairs unite or the CiiBtom jIoiihi' es. li nlny more ceinstirnntlun hiiiI Bur ilai would not have been tnmw.il than by the receipt l ten of thu imili))c or litti-rii peieinptorll dismissing them from tlu Bin Ice. Somu or the crrilts and officers ills nilssid are tin' most ennoble In the officii ami their dismissal on ni count of failure to puss the ill II service uv nmlmtlnns Ib linking linul work lor tlia ri't or tlic implo.ves. All of tin in weie temporarily inplojeil nml nioit o tliim tool, tin' i:amtiintlunB Homo o. tjieni pnsied, othiis did not. As thi i xiimlnatlons taken wuio alt" Jrairlls pnsA-d by vers row of the nppfif ants tin- Hut or eligible 8 Is grow Ing smaller nnd sninlloi nml will soon bo exhausted Of tlm Inspectors ill.i chnrged nun mi' ollgihlu to lake thilr pine en this afternoon nml will be ha otn In In thi- iloiknl positions there li n Im U or pi oplo to draw from nml with tin. in vv positions Inttls cm nlcel there will remain about" u dozen places piling very good salnrlts lort unociiipliil until tin next exnmlua tlmiB to tiki- plate next sear It Ib prnbihlo Hint vvn.ii ihu depirt mint knows of tho loudltlon or nrrnlr now existing yeisous fioni the Main land will bo unt hero to fill the viitun iIib In thin w tii' work of the or-in.- will lie liHinpi'iid lint tin n Bhnrt lime tniiSB hub is none "i """" I iiiu.Ui i unit lor holding i xnm'iu-. motion i linn mr h-mhiun -.- - , ;, , ,. ,. ,. , i,,!,.!,, ilin frii11 ' jirinii jiiiidi iju -h uih iui nit: i wis mv m- wins il- " i 11 iiiiii'O w nil ',"1 ben. ,',,,, I nu.HI Igr a over 'nilsleuiarj dloc.se of North Dakota, to 'ihc wind a few points abnlt the 8,ar ',,v , ' I. a dl.o s. Alio i take the ihue of the Illght Hev. Dr."j! J"V In nllfl.iilnB bree". .!"..'. '... ..... "... .!, 1 .1... i.i r i.i tv...n n,. m.i.ft ,.f the Columbia tlld littler than the fly guntU bumpend bv thu lack of help. Viniini! those who wire unfortunate enough to lo.e their positions tiirough inlluie to pass the ernmliiutlons them Is a good dial of complaint. 1he say that the examinations were uiilnlr In 11 any wns In tho ni-st place, thoy were ouleied to taleti thi 111 at viry short until L mid thin weie hi pt at tin It tnbks all uay from carlj moinlng till Inte In the nrtelnimn, not even bo lug permlttul tlnm to go out to mt. m W. C. ACHI KUHD. IbeCltJ Mill Co, Mil. bj Its tnns- iinr. C K Al, bus brought sylt ngalnit I the Islnnds Is peculiar The church W. C Achl for the recovers of JCT'J S. 1 there Is dlv Ided ngalnst Itself 01 ratbe The plaintiff charges that nt various ngnlnst Its English Illsliop. Foi thlit tlmis hitwein Novembci' 21, IS'JI. and Deiemhei 21, 1S"', goods, warCH nml mtiihimdl'i wtio sold and delivered tn the ilifenilnnt at the defindinfB re qui nt fuithir that nlthough pajmenl of tin amount has bun demanded nnd Mttlenicnt pionilscd, only $131". of thu nilglnal nmiuint of the bill has bien paid KUCAIJ 8TOCK8 IN 'PIJI8CO. San Finntlscii, Oct r.. Following nro tpiotiitlous on Hawaiian setuiltles on the HtotU i:ibingo jesterdny: liana Plan rij 0 Hnw. Com. -10 llonokaa 10 10'. Ilutih S. P 1H4 HTi Kll.iuen 10V6 . Maknvvill 24 U Onnmin 21 Pianlinu 10 10- 1U-LLU COLE CONCEIT!'. Madiinie ltelle Cole, the great Fn gllih tnntialtn nssUlnl b Hnlniund 1'cchiitsch the wonderful hoy violin ist, will give n grnnd iicltnl In thn Opera I Inure next Thursdaj evening. Oi tohcr 1" Madame Hello Cole needs no Introduction In Honolulu as her fume Is will known In the muslu! ilr clcs VALUABLE WAREHOUSE SITE - - We oiri r the fee slmplo of a nluah!o plice of waiibouso ground on Pilson irnd. Ivvllel, near O. It. & I.. Co "k wharves The gromii. is nvailnble also for Orltutnl t tores and lodgings. It V. tw VTTw-l BlSJll Bl Ml i kSTf III IU 9& W H fiU W AJv.l xri NO BASEBALL 1 There will bo no baseball games this afternoon owing to the Inability of thu managers to Ret grounds to play on. The Punnhmi grounds hae bun turn id over to the football pln)vrs, nnd the rrlekcters hae possession oT tho MnklM grounds for the dny. MI68 LONG 18 DHD. lltnghnm. Mrnis. Oct. 4. Miss Helen Long, daughter of Socrctars Long, died at 9 o'llock tonight Tho tniiso or iliotb was pulmonary trouble whlih had Hi Inci ptton after close attention to social duties during Hecretary Long's flrsl term In the Cabinet. ,Hho Went to Colorado Springs In Novtm her. iv.iq. nnd two weeks ago she start ed home. Miss l.ong is n relative of Jnmis II Castle of this rlty. Mrs. APPOINTMENT MAY BE DEFERRED BY CONVENTION Delicate Problem on the Hands of Leaders in American Episcopal Church Assembly. Situ Franclsio -Oct B. Five now Uinhnps ma be elected at the ISplsco pal lonventlon Two will pojltlvul) he ihowfi und'the othei three me prob zlillltltK with some little doubt nttaeh id to the present purtlrablllt) of the jiiom) Vlio will be st.lci.lcil for the rxnltnl 0 III re Ib not rt icu ridiued to a group of posillilllth s, but It Is siiggrstid that Hc Dr. Cl.unpitt pis- tor of Trlnltj Cliuuh In Snn rruuils o uie omest riinesi ami most iitmii Fplscopiilhn tongiigntlou on the Ta clflt Const, Is i vi ry likely man ror one of the Western fields while n Hilltop 1 In be placed A lllshop must be i lcitcd for the mis alonarj dlmese of Olympln , to thf Slnti) of Washington, to tike the place 1 nt ltli-lit Hi i Ilr ltrtiit- ulwi ill mpntli ..,, . nii. ........ i. .1 .... .i.' IMsull. now ltlshnp of Minmsota, There vv III also he a llsbnp prov Idcd for I'orto Ilka and another provldttl for the Philippines; If not for both, piobiiblv for one of the new Insular groups. A lllshop m ty also be appointed for Hnwnll And litre, ngnlu, n will In formed, popular and efficient W'fctein clcrgjmin may he chosen, though the llast ma be the rcci lilting field. The nthlnblllt of appointing 11 lllshop for Hawaii will be one of the critical tpies tlons nnd the polio problems or the pnsint convention. The slluntlon In years the nt Rev. Dr. Willis has been In Honolulu ns lllshop of Hawaii, sent nut for the purpose from nnglniul. Ha waii was never iimlei nn Fngllsh mla slnnni) lllshop for the wink of Its nplsiopal missions fiom the il.ijs of sivnger) Fveiituiillj the Ishmls pus rd Into the poFsct-nlon of the Fulled States, nnd the Jurisdiction of tbo Arthhlshup of Cauterbm) and the Kn gllsh House of Hlsnops was obvlouslv eliminated. The Islands were th 1 within the direct jurisdiction of tho House of Illshops of the Fplscopul Church of the I'nlteil States Tho Arch bishop of Canterbury nnd thn Kngllsh nishops lonrcded this nnd said tin weie peifectly agiicahln that thu Unit ed States Honso of lllshojis appoint a lllshop of Hawaii for tlio diocese. II it fllsheip Willis contlhucd tn serve Then the Archbishop of Canterbury ami the Ililtlsh House of IllBhops io fused tn support him further, as he wai In United Stntts Juilnllitton. Hut lllshop Willis still hung en, nnlntaln Ing himself fmm certain titnlillsln d locnl sources of inenne For n loi'-j llinu It tins been expected bj the Aid. bishop of Canterbury and lij tho linns, of Illshops of tb" Fnltcl ctntri tli.it lllshop WJHIs would rejiri and tlm I'liHnl States send out IlUhop tn take eliaige of the Hold Hut Hllhup Willis dois not Intend to relgi. Practically all the Fplsiopilh-is In Honolulu, a ilt of mm j than 10,000 reoplc, nttend tlia othv chinch, vv litre the Iluv, Mr, fshorno Is ptis'or. That congregation haa sent Its pnior up to Fan Fiantlsco to atton I tlili tonvin Hon merely ns nn IntciKtii elergj. nan. Yesterdiy his cielemlals wcro presented for acceptaii'o 03 an honor nr attendant nt t.tc soslous nnd, af ter u llttlo flurr of tlebale, the taajcr lt) of the House of Deputies decided not to actcpt them mil thus put the in sslvca on record as taklig 111,) sides In the Hawaiian ciiiitrooiiy though ninii) of the membcia am strong per sonal friends of tho ISnv Mi, Fsborne Whether or not tlilr convention will appoint a lllshop of Hnw til Is the ri'7 zle, Thero nro soma who think thnt aitlon may ho ilefeired, as tlscif 1.10 comp-irntlvel) few HnH.'opallans In the Islands and not man of tho American members of tho church know anything about Iho true condliliu of tho flild, mid would prefer to put off action un til tho next convention, tbno )car from now. A hustler with $1500 In good pas Ing business. See Want column. BISHOP 'TIS THREE STRAIGHT HARD FOUGHT RACES WON BY OUR COLUMBIA a fT" .-. r v r-w- a I Last Kace Won On Time Allowance STAKT ShnmiO(k . . . 1P00 13 Columbia . II 01:47 rmsr mahk Shumrock . II SI 10 Columbia 11 rl 'li Si:CONI) MAHK. Khamioik 2 tl.r.T Columbia l? P. I'.'.i FINISH Khiimrork I'lC.HS Col urn bin . !l! 01 KI.,l'.Si:i) timi: S'lamrock 3.K, 10 Columbia 3 1 1 is couui:cii:i timk Shunioik .1 li. 10 Columbia 3 1J 31 9 r mi rii n i t p- n Pa P "-a Pa p Pa Pu "a New York. Oit 3 In tlm most Ml peib tontist i'ir nulled by single atli ki r for tbe Amerlia's t up the nil apprunchahlu while Yiuikio sloop Co lumlihi nmpiiBbid In u piping breizo tndn out ii triangular toursc off Snnils Hook. Kir Thomns l.lptou's i li.il li ni,i I SlmiuiDik II '1 In wind fin'rn tne uiirtnwiBt laid tine riom stmt to finish, and ut times hnd a foue ol about ilghteen knots Tlu Hhnmrock wns bintiii oier the llilitj mllu tourpo , ttt ml,,uK n, pfn two stttindi sttml time and ihiee nilnutis and Ihltt five teconds, iiiiiectid time II van the HHlltc.it Milling on lecord hv sloops or nittirs In n tup rme. On (Kt hint ten mile leg or tbe tussle, vntn tlio wind n rew points nb.vrt tho -..''!: "'!- '"'? fbeilr"Vou;:.ntt ri".,m,,.W, Ul IV ti. . mb,.i i n.i .. i. Ing ISrItc.ii by thlrts siiouds. In thn dead to windward stietch of ten milt r the Columbia added two minutes to lit r glorious victory over tho finest' I flf t tMI -t1. Imr untl ill (it ill til niuafil the seas. Srv. York, Oct Ii -The I.omloii cor- .ir,h,v"!li,,il",ll,,,",,,,,1J.,iWllino1 ''"ifispondmt of the Tilbune quotes a prralils'i'ietel'Vo . i.Tany ' ?HT ,SM"",B " condition ot wind 01 sen, to score one lni; ,,ml n "ntvvcd nttimpt to 1 upturn. In a duel with tho wonderful Herre itnn America's cup hud been made Im r-off mnilnl I probable for a long time to como ow Sir Thomas l.lptnn ncicptid his de I )ng to the general dlsippolntnitnt In feat wllh tbaiacteilstlc cheerfulness Oreat Hiltaln over tho lisult of tho ind candor. He will tis tomorrow-to latest International jaeht races 'Sir find ir time Is any sort ot weather , Tp 1 i,tn wl t , . .. . lurking In thi. neighborhood or Sandy , ,,, . .. , '' .., , a ), ' " ,.,", Hook that may glvo him a cinnco to r ', ' ,ml "r R "" rt!,-r "'" view the Columbia trom tin. tpiarti r J ' lm.iii wlt.i iih.iic) to time foi m d"ck nt thu finish line The popular ' Piaslvi uu irtiijrls , lit.ac tin cut and exptit Impression is tint Sir will rei 1 1I11 In in 1!, i Su. .mct.ur d" liiotms' quest Is hopeless and that tlio i.icli ' PspjP3"-0PTipacplpsiP3P'5PBrn I LABOR LEADERS CALL ON PRESIDhNT ROOSEVELT Also Ask Him to Take Up Eight Hour Law - Balcoik Prom ises Revision of tho Tariff Laws. New York. Oct. 3 A sikcI.iI to the Sun fioui WaBlilugtou sass. Sam- j ind tlompers, pnslilint tT thn Amirl ' nnu Kcderntlon of Labor, and It M j Fasles Btcietars of tbi National Civil Fttltntlon, called on President Hoobe vtlt today to dlecuss labor matte rs with him and to nsk him to glvo somo piomliittuo to thu subji'tt In his n-' nual messiigo to Conguss, Onu of' the so matters Is tho in mat tment of the Chlmso exclunloiJ lav. 'Hies told tho President that HiIh was u question of vital Interest to the. labelling men o! the country and hopt d tho President would iitommiud the- re euni fnnnt of the law. The) also asked tho l'rea blent to sa something In his missngo tnvornblu to the tight hour labor law, Hoosc'Vclt told IiIh visitors he should bo glad to tnko these matters undi r consideration und nuked them to exprths their views to him freely. A sp. clnl to tho Post Irom Wash ington sasB, Iteprcsentutlve. Dili cock of Wisconsin enlletl on Presldt nt Housevelt this morning, and aftei 1 fining from thu White House de dar ed n tariff levlslon but would bo push ed vigorously In tho next Congress In speaking of thu revival of Inttrtst In rtclprnclts, ho said that this would not ntr 1 ct his plans for ppshliig tlio measure with whlth his name is Iden tilled for removing diitlts on nrticles lontrolled by trusts. Tho people, and piess of tho Northwest, bo declared, mm wern committed to tho principle fori.. ulilnl, Itn ulnnil n.i.l umil.l tt.tl Im ont. I I"' Isfled until something was done. Heel proclty ho regards ns unobtainable through treaties and less adapted to meet tbo real needB, If obtainable, than his own bill. For groceries, ring up Illue 911. Columbia will lme 'time striilght to her credit. A fluer ilnv for a jncht raie never dn'vnid. About 8 oilock the lienvj clouds cleared away, leaving tbe sk hiautlruH blue. Ibc ntr was that of cnrl October cool, irlsp and brne lug; and n fifteen knot hreeru just swept up the whlto caps over tin . Pi course. Tho cxiurslon licet was larg I -, er and more plcturesnuo than any that had gone out to svo tbe prciedlng rr.ies ' I It was quick business, the run over I " J"" tic first leg or thu triangle It wns "'1 lias than firtynno minutes from the I , Pi start when there wns n tr, Hello' Pui'lhe Shamrock Is lomlng anout" And r 'thin grniefiiii) uiound tbo mark sbu I 'sailed, and evui tho Amcrjuiu steam - whistles weie Impittlal 'enough to " i-ive hit running looiM inn me uo i r lumblii wns around nrier her almost 1 1 rore you could sa "Toutni l.lptnn iiiui nan gained twenty two seconds. The mcoikI leg whk slmpl) another bionih re.iih nnd tho jiibts whirled along It as ir eicli or them wns fitted No r. 0 t I -The white lljcr , nforn;eil n(tln reportir In nnswrr ' I'opcs to hive his report for the Cnhl Into groove In the sen nnd hid onlv '0,n,l1,a """ .""' "ll",11 "i"1 'l''llvo , nn llm,r, ,illt ,ilt. h,c f the Hos-lnit meitlng luisdnj of next 'week ntKetur Thu Shamrock named the l.uoi- m.,1 kept far on. till tbo people wondered "., l(-'' riiu Shamioik made a iwm 1)1 imniul Hind mil the silt ol lirs It Is strictly n domrttlc entei If her captain wns not going to turn n,"lrt valiant trfurt. nnd the lam, hi fori.in signal station and In line. Hi"' nnd Is not to touch a foreign i,t .ill The Columbia tiimo up nlniost nn her heels, less tlnn n minute be hind turned short around and aped off rt around and aped tiff Columbia nnd rnlne.l mre ' ,,i ,,,,tr, ,i,i,iiuii. tbe Shumiutk nrter her The lltlrtl as Simla nwiiii It wus while the) were sailing this last leg that Iho most exciting Inci dent or the thy nrciiiieu i:er slnie tbo vers start tho Columbia hid been rAnolim . n.. .In.. .. I n , l.ll....... and'imw'ihe ZZa dos'cr ' closer ,i..he;!ur0,mado? a. as lMV "i'-' ,""',",, " '' vu umi uii she stole, till the two svlits seemed, fioni the distance, to be going sltlii bs I (Continued on 11141 C, 1 , ?a ra p-a pjs Pa p-s p r Pa p- rt ts pj ' NOONETOCIIALLKiNGI.. nP-4',iiPi.B Ptinp r jr.3,s ALL GAi A FEW HUNDREDS Players ROUI-KTSON ClOKMAN TNONPSON CI IILUNUWORTT! (lLliASON .' HI-RRICK riOSSflAN , LESLIE .. DROWN .. MAHUKA JACKGON JOY .... BABBITT WILLIAMS DAYTON CAY KAAI BOWERS , WRIOHT . , FREITAS . SHLLDON LOUIS ... BULLOCK SIMERSON MARCALLINO MOORE LUCAS WELSH RICHARDSON SCATTERING VOTES CAN BE DEPOSITED O'CLOCK P. M. OCTOBER 15. In addition to thu coupons to be cut fmm tho llrst page of the Itullcttn, new subscribers me to bo given re telpts with coupons nttachid, entitling the in to votes ns follow 3: One month 40 votes Three months ...150 votes Six months 350 votes One year 750 votes Weekly Edition, 1 year. ,100 votes Ihcsn coupons are dttacbnhlo nnd must bo torn from tbo subset Iptlon re ceipts und deposited In tho ballot box sjmo ns the first pigo coupons. It will bo seen thnt for $8, tho subscrlp- tton prlco of tbo livening Hiilletln for ono scar, 7G0 votes are allowed to a new subscriber, whereas tho samo amount of money would buy only 110 voles If spent for single copies of tho Ilulletlu on tho street Tho sum of it L lit I STAUT Shamrock II nz VI) Columbia II UJ 00 oi'Ti:it mahk Shnmro'k li is tfi Columhli 12 l'i 11 FINISH v Pnj p. P- I Shamiock . "11 3S ".ci Columbia .. .1 11 10 P-i Ki.APsnn timi: Shumiock I 31 is P, Columbia .... 4 J1 to "v cohhf.cti;i) iimi: ps Hhimrtuk l ii is Columbia 4 '17 57 1 p "a n x rs. ro r "i . p.j vliluri. but ilitoij It was. and the. 1 1111 nroiulicmt wits close nnd exi Itlng but.1 mightiij an the thalleiiger strove to ritrlevc her rortuiies slit, coul.l not do " racn did mnnnge to make mi ilcse a nnlsh Hint time itllownnts f.1 '.;, "' ..l''"'.'. T',!,''.''1'1 m,t ''," . s'0"1 biviii tue m reuuei from defeat A" " Kn "'' Hhnmiiick rniised Iho finish Ilin 11 siiiut half hngih nlititd n!.,1'- Columbia, but counting lit r time. nllllll II tlfl t ttll f till til llitl tl oil lt t,m t one m eornis ' 1 ins nisi rttie 01 cue series was nvi 1 thirty mile bewonl nml wlndvviiil course the llrst flfti en mill b being n slinlght till down the wind, and thn muml Ilftei 11 mlb-s 11 beat to wind wiril The wind held sti ndy tioni nnitli northwest, .mt vntltd n bit In force, sometimes blowing in petulint gusts and tin 11 wenkinlng to n (.iiitlo uieezo only to fieshtn iigain There was Hie iisu-il ninneuvcrlug lni lifil-ltlmi n. ,li, ...r. .1... f'..l 1. 1.. L-elt ntr id ii... LV r ,,' "" ." " , ,, . , , I.....--, ciiMslug tbe liuu thirteen seconds Hhiad of the Shamrock, and, thera lore, giving l.er rival tho tovttnl op portuiilts of blinkitlng the limb r, nnd . which the. Shamrock was not slow In using llolli went ovir with overs bit ' "; p"Tonhtben"baloo. im n.i.f n.H .,,l Hpl.;.,"..".rJH;rolH k ' '. I x rt Tiion 1 lihiiiMl n ItiniliK nmtcli thu Then 1 iiHiieil n nmii.tr n.i. ii ii.,. Khaiuiotit ende.iMirlug to keep In r pint tt dead iiktern of the Cniuinh inbln, nml that vtssel striving to g t iltur of the (Coniiiiii d on page 1 1 P " 3 P "1 P-, P4, P P "J, 1 ...... ......'' '.' '. '-' V." , '. '. .' Vote. 11,1.4 7,939 . 7, 11 ,.2,9Sj . . I 853 ..1,686 EM 867 331 357 350 355 if J 203 173 156 1S1 76 CJ 63 .7 42 30 30 29 ?0 13 15 130 AT THIS OFFICE UNTIL 6 will buy eighty votes If spent for eights slnglo copies of thu llullelln with tho newsboss or at tbo business office. This amount of nioiies-. If ex ihanged for n receipt for a six months' subset iptlon to the flulletln, will se cure 3M votes. One dollar for one sen's subscription to tho weekly edi tion entitles tho subscriber to 100 votes. The prlzo ohoicd by tbo Hiilletln Is nn exhibition In tho window of II !'. wicnmnn, 517 Fort street, nnd wll. bo mesenteii tn the .ih.m- Iniiin. .., greutest nnmoer of votes at tho closo of tho contest Oct, 15. Votes deposited at this office will 'bo Included among tio scattering until tho contestant has received n total of jo. From that tlmo tho names will bv (published. CHI OrlfllAlO (MM .1 W Cathrnrt fills out the Supreme, Court bench with Justices (lalhr.tltli nnd I'errj A phase 'jf the Kntnnfn Sugar Co use wns being argued thN morning It was n motion to reopen the iaso to give Frank Foater. one of i nlVfonCrlh K.mm:.' goon St Tbomppon T Mi Cunts Stewart nnd A H. Cunhn nppc.ir for the plain t ub and Ilnni Ilnllou U M'lUna linn foi the drrendnnls Hutch & Sllliiunn foi dofemlnnt have. flled n demurnr In the case of Knplo-, im i:.ii- s iwy n ai.i I Tin t-av plnlntirf has not deilarcd Hint mi) ilimund has been tniulf I either for nn nccouutlng or for pa I innnt of Interest. TO no JT KAH SITE OFlHOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES IS CHOSEN ' An Elevated Spot With (Jommand of Magnificent View-Building Committee Has Plans in Hand s i: ! illltui one tit the directors. be in h.l.ctul It Is on the ridge be- Ulth the K.ilmukl icscrvolr. 1 . ,1.... ,,0iiltlrjii the hnsnltnl will , llolnI1(1 ,,1,1,, t from n ,,0nt "'" fM'anse or s.inu). comprising1 he ocean mid ners tbe tlt and su- be a p.oir.ln.nt objiet rrolu nil points lurlis iiiniiiilnlnx mar nnd far plan-1 latlnus nml green nllejs Hull. ling plans am In the bands of n ,.,, )r, iimiistlni: of William I uuiytl, i-" 1 ......... .. ....... I L'.i, Iwnn. tmr.it n, I -. II Ilin -,,l. . . . .. . . cop 1 convent on 101 is nr vitiriioiit 01 . Nnrtli Carolina presentnl the following report on hi half of the committee on eletlliins' Your commlllee on elections hers to rt port tint It Ins retclvfd certitl-1 cates of .let Hon of the clerical nnd lay ! nutlCH rrnm every diocese In ..,,, ""'" ' i"f.,nn uj nnn .tJnnLiit n '""" niiinuirii ns tins convemion nna "" the miiIous mlsslonnrs dlstilcts Mnir toinnillee tins nlsn recetied a nmmuulc.itlon from the ihnlrmnn ol tine the chfiuiest tolls prutlcahle the vstis of SI Clements chnpcl. In I Washington. Oct. 1. At todas's the tits of Honolulu, to the 1 ffect that Ciblnet meeting the matter of grant- Itev John Fsbniue had been duly Ing tho application of the Postal 1 etc cltccd I15 tint vistrs to vlilt the ton-, graph Company for pei mission to land rentlen In this illy cnmmlltee then fore, recnin- that Hev John Fsborne be. In- 11 oicups n seat In this house. Itev W It laslor of I.os Angelej tnims Cenernl stating that one week F,.Id Hint In view of the fnct that the from today he would bo prepired tn tciidltlon of the affairs of tho church 'place before thu President his opinion In Hawaii was to be brought before las on the question of the President' convention, he cotisldcrtd It unwise at' right to grant the application should this lime to niiord the distinction of n j he decide to do to, together with a seat In the houso to nils representatlvo' xtiitemcnt showing what stens Con or nus tongregntliin In Hawaii He, j fresi has taken In the inattter nnd th therefore, moved Io lay the reciim-' precedents tor executive action 1111 iidntlon or tho committee on inn ta-1 James II McClcars, Assistant fitc- hie 'tills motion prevailed bv a votn.rctary or Porto Hho, was agreed uno'i ot 1ST to 39. ISFSAI.F SCIII.lt 1 PROPER! V, Will IS Fisher, auctioneer, conduct til the resale of the Schllef property In Deretanla strict, bs older nf Judge Oeir. nt noon tod 15 .l1r3 Ann l.ee had ri fused to take It for her bid of f 1(11)0 at tin. llrst I ale. lit cause ns sho nald, the premises were short ten feet Mr Fisher unnuiiiieid In opening tlio j resale that tbe propel ts wns to be coll for i.ii J-.l rcet rrontago moie or lc; and 110 feet depth moie or less Henry Smith, who hnd engnged In writing to ns all expenses piuvldlng thn proper-1 tS did not bring morn than J3000, now j bid $1100 nnd there! wns none who, inntid to pas more. Therefore It Is1 Mr Smith's at thnt figure, . 1 line was more argument before 1 ludgo dear tills morning on the motion I 10 withdraw Vlnient Ftmandcz from tho Jurs In the Ilnges cuio company case, because, he took tho cure. Th Jurs, whose sealed Tcrdlct Is In, were cxeiisul until 1 TO p in, J M.P.D. The Merchants' Parcel Delivery COMPANY. Delivers packhges to any part of tho city for Wc up wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621. Packages shipped o nit parts of tho United States and lluropo. Oltlco, 1047 Ilnthel 8L, opposlto Honolulu MurkcL Doubt About President's Power to Grant Privilege ASKED BY MACKAY IN HIS PACIFIC PROPOSITION 'Possible If Not Probable That Matter Will Be Put Ovt-r to Await the Action of Ccngress -Knox's Report. New York Oit 1 A sreclal to the i tribune from Washington sijs At- torncj fleneral Knox will not hnve his ZJ'lZ I nsltlon of John W Mlckn and nsso clans for the construction of a cnbl rtross tin I'arlllc The Attornc Ocn rrul Is making such nn exhaustive In jvcstlgntlnu of the subject that hi will be uniible to complete It III time for the consideration of the President and rCablnit toninriow Knox, however mini nil outers in imponani particu 'shore In lis entire length of .000 miles from Sm Frnncls-o to Manila It Is not jil known whether under the most 11" aut he rltv tie resident has power t crnnt the prlvlltges Bought by thfl not j.l known whether under the most '" Ki i'"i'. " w wn'im-r ir not power to grant the rranchlse asked lor embraris authorlt) on the pirt of "" President to pnscrlbe tbo rondl- i. .. .(. . . ir'otittlon of the Government. . In view of these considerations all cf whb b hue been brought te. the .it- 1 tiitlnn of Ptisldciit Iloor cvclt and mo Cabinet It Is considered p'olnble that the Ma.kns proposition will not mut I v II li npprnv li when finally pissed upon bs the Pn sklent nnd his ml vis rs Thcv are, however, all heartily In favor of the uirls construction of n cable aciost the Pnilllc It Is argued tint Con -, runi-nwint. 11,.. .,rni ,.rnn, BrrK" recognizing tlio great growth of the wot Id's activities In the Pacific nnd the tonsplt nous part In them being Iplnjul bs this countrs nt present, will at Its inmlnr mlnn thla ulnlnr r. spond more readlh to the demands of the ihanged situation as regards the long mooted pest.on of a trnns-Paclur v.un m mu 11 may rrniuiip in cauit Couguss authorltlng tbe construction of n tiovernmrnt cable In order to so- at San Fraii'lnn Guam, Honolulu mid the Philippine a cable to connect nK af tbe I nltod States' new possessions In the Pacini vtns discussed, tho At- for Justice of the Supremo Court of that Island, vice Ablclle, resigned Washington Oct. 3 Captain Wil liam Crozier, ortlnmco department, stationed nt the armv oiilldlug In New 111k. will bo Bi'lectcil to fueceed (ion onl Hulllngton ns chlnf or o'dnmce of tlio army on tne ictlrcmuit nr tho last tinrued officer nrtxt month THE ONLY PLACE TO GET THE "Hcywood Shoes Vears" Manufacturers Shoe COMPANY. if 'i t j -a mLj . 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