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nV v THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
Vol. XI. No. 2017.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, THURSDAY PKOKMBKH 12 Mil.
TuicA f Gkkth.
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To Secure Quorums for
The Chamber kof
ROUTINE BUSINESS DONE
AT THE MONTHLY MEETING
Reports of Committees Received
W. 0. Weedon's Lectures
New Meetiog Place The
ifiir IwcntT-flvo minutes after the
ooenlnx hour of 10 o'clock this morn.
Ink, President C. M. Cooke held down
tho chair of the Chamber of Commerco
whllo Secretary J. Cordon Spencer was
drumming up a quorum. Members ar
rived In the following order, ten mak
lng a quorum: F. J. Lowrcy, II. -A.
rarmclco, T .J. King, B. It. Hobo, V.
Tfotenbauer, F. A. Schacfer, It- F.
tango, W. A. Bowcn and 8. E. Damon.
Mr. Cook'o suggested to the e-irller
comers tho adoption of a rule to fine
each member fifty cents who failed to
attend a monthly meeting of the Cham
ber. The secretary read the minutes ol
two previous meetings, which weraap
proved as lead.
glider & Co., Ltd., requested the
namo of S. 0. Wilder placed on th
roll as its representative In place ot
tho late Win. C. Wilder.
The president reported for tho com
mittee on tho $1000 requested by Gov
ernor Dole as an advance to the gov
ernment for paying tho expenses of
extending the session of the Fire
Claims Commission. lie told of the
conference with tho picsldcnts and sec
retaries, respectively, of tho Planters'
Association and the Merchants' Asso
ciation, with the result that the four
tanks Bishop & Co., Clans Spreckels
& Co., Bank of Hawaii and First, Na-
tlonal Bank advanced $1000 each on
notes slgnld by four separate tncrcan
tile firms In each case. This plan was
reported at the time It was formed In
tho Bulletin. The report was adopted.
Mr. Pfotenhauer vsus granted fur
thcr time for the committee on raising
money to pay Castle & Cooke, Ltd., the
debt on tho Quarantine wharf. It Is
learned that tho committee has the
business well In hand tor early settle
A report from the committee on a
meeting placo was expected but did not
appear. First the, absence of Paul R,
Ircnbcrg and next that ot Wni. F, Al'
len had dela.ted action. Mr. Cooke bo-
foro the meeting Intimated that it was
likely tho offer of a large room In the
Hackfeld block would be accepted.
Tho secretary mentioned the receipt
ot William Haywood's expense account
at Washington, which was not read.
Regarding the committee on the
Pittsburg circular relative to supprcs
slon ot anarchy, the secretary reported
-that J. P. Cooke was jo have prepared
the report and had been given the pa
pers for that purpose. In a stags
"asldo" be added a suspicion that Mr.
Cooke had lost tho documents. This
Is cooking anarchy's goose with a ven
A communication front the secretary
ot tho Louisiana Purchase' Exposition
heralded the furnishing of (ltcrature on
Tho secretary reported having re
ceived a long letter from W. C. Wccd
. on, for whose aid In giving stcreoptl
con lectures at Buffalo and clscwhcro
the- Chamber bad appropriated 4250.
He did not read tho letter, but In ans
wer to a question Intimated that Mr.
Wccdon would appreciate further as
sistance. There being no fund avail
able, no action was taken.
Mr. King spoke very favorably of
Mr. Weedon's work, having witnessed
It at Buffalo. Ho considered It of
greater advertising value to Hawaii
than the government exhibit. The lat
ter occupied a space about twice that
Well located at Maklkl. Con
veniently arranged, and con
taining six rooms. Lanal
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proof. One of tho
neatest little homes In tho
(30C0 will Guy It, only one
sixth ot which need bo cash.
show you this
6f tho big table of the Chamber. There
was a whit lady In charge ot the ex
hibit who knew nothing whatever
about these- Islands. Answering a
question, Mr. King said hn regarded
Mr. Weedon's lectures worthy of sup
port If thero were means at hand.
W. O. Smith was Invited by the
president yesterday to come and ad
dress the Chamber on tho National
McKlnlcy Memorial, ot which he has
been appointed vice president tor the
Territory of Hawaii. Mr. Smith did
UUfc (Vtll-UU llltJ UlWfclilB
WAS DAY LATE IN GETTING"
MY FROM SAN FRANCISCO
Many Passengers from Coast Three
Brides Arrived Cus
toms Guard Delays
The steamer Sierra arrived oft rort
early this morning after a splendid j
run of C da) , IT and a half hours Trom
San Francisco, which port she left a
day late an account ot delay In the
arrival of the English malls.
From the time tho Golden Date was
left until arrival the finest kind ot
weather prevailed and tho passengers
had a most enjoyable voyage. The ves
sel's cabins were taxed to their ut
most and many well known residents
ot this city were returning passengers
In the big steamer. Among the pas
sengers for this port wcro throe well
known young men returning to the
city with brides and their friends were
out In forco to give them a wolcorat
As the big vessel pulled up to tho
wharf the voice ot a Japanese evan
gelist was wafted to the ears ot the
onlookers on the dock through a1
megaphone. Ho begnn to preach as
soorf as he was In hearing but Beclng
that many1 of the folks on the wharf
wero In nppearnnco Christians, hq soon
stopped and putting bis megaphone
Into a small case, he carried, dcjiarUd
from the rail.
Ah soon as tho gangway was put tip
to the vessel Customs Guard Farmer
took his stand and allowed no one to
board the vessel, whether they had
business or not. He la a new man to
the duty and citner aid not under
stand his business or did not want to.
Considerable delay was caused, many
having business aboard the vessel, by
the actions ot tho new man, who It Is
hoped would be more fully Instructed
the next time he Is put In authority.
Washington, Dec. 3. Attorney Gen
eral Van Orsdcl of Wyoming has decid
ed to withdraw from tho candidacy for
United States District Attorney of Ha
Tho endorsement of the Wyoming
delegation In Congress has been given
to R. W. Breckons xf Cheyenne, Wy
oming: Mr. Breckons Is a member of
the State Legislature, has been county
attorney of Laramie county, and Is
ono ot the leading members of the local
Should Wjomlng hold tho place he
will undoubtedly be appointed.
J. A. BRECKONS.
The Frdernl Co"rt.
l BM1 BitHW
.u . . i '. . . .?..: I The council raised tho figure to $15.
the defendant In the B shop E. ote 000 nm, wll wull ,0 gt0 how lho appU.
condemnation suit . this morning. (Jlnt jke jt
Diioruy uciure u ociock uio uranci
Tnrv rnmn In with n written rr-nnptt
for spccTfic lnsrructlonrand the Wal
was continued until tho afternoon ses
Judgo Estee, after perusing tho re
quest. Informed the Grand Jury that
th nup.tlnn. .ni.mittorf i, hnm .r'""w. ""'"""""' -t. ".."-
so Important ho should have to -
have to tare-
n,iiin. i. .iV.
fully consider his answer.
that ono of tho matters was
iimmu hivui mru in imuuuug uy tno
Court as well as by themselves. They
.were excused until called. 2 o'clock
then being mentioned. Foreman C. II,
Brown stated that the Grand Jury hnd
adjourned until that hour, which the
Court said was all right
AHRlntnt Potmn(tr Rnclc,
Assistant Postmaster Madeira re
turned In the Sierra this forenoon af
ter three months' or so absence from
the city. While away, Mr. Madeira
married Miss Jessie Woodard of Madl
son. Wis., daughter of State Senator
and Mis, L. Woodward. Tho newly
married couple went to Chicago, Mil
waukee and New Orleans, returning to
San Francisco over tho southern
route. Mr. and Mrs. Madiera have
como to Honolulu to live permanently,
Hallllanl appeared In the Pollco
Court this forenoon on the charge ol
vagrancy. He was found on the premi
ses of one Fernandcs, tho other night
The man was acting In a very pecu
liar manner nnd It wos first thought
he must bo Insane. Tho complaining
witness not wishing to push tho case,
the defendant was discharged.
Maga'IneB bound by tho EVEN IS'
FL0OD OF NEW BILLS
Washington, Dec 6. Tho Chinese
exclusion bill In preparation by ottl
clnls ot the Bureau ot immigration was
toni Dieted to nlcht. It Is tho result
ot suggestions trom the Paclllc Coast
Congressmen, particularly Kabn, and
embodies provisions suggested by ex
KNcnco In cntorclng tno present laws,
mis bill will bo considered tomorrow
morning nt a conference ot tho I'aclflo
Slope Delegation, it Is ihougnt prob-
nblo thot senator Perkins will Intro-1
drucp the bill in tho Benato and Kahn
In tho House. Tho substance of the
bill Is as lollows:
Section 1 provides that all Chlneao
except those provided lor In tho bit:
shall be relused a landing In tho Unit-
cu States or Its Territories, and bo
returned to China or the couutry
whenco they enmo at tho expense of Si.rllon 12 defines a Chinese teacher
tho transportation company bringing an ono who has been engaged lor two
them. yearn In giving Instructions In the
Section : requires masters of ves- higher branches of Chinese education,
sets to detain Chinese entering any and requires that not only must, he
lort over which tho United Stnlcs has ptovu his qualifications, Kit glvo sat
authority until a decision Is reached Jofactory evidence, that -complete nr
iiu to the right ot such person to land. I rangvments have been made lor his
Section 3 provides that ncgloct or , Insiruetorshlp In a college or unlver
failure for any reason of a master to slty, and that this will be his nolo
detain such Cnlneso shall bo punisha
ble by n tine 6f JI.UOO, or Imprisonment
lor one year, or both, and all clearance
papers shall ho withheld from an;
teasel belonging to any company I
whoso agents Infringe tho law until ,
such lino Is paid. .
Section 4 requires tho master to de
liver to tho collector of customs or
other official designated for tho pur
pose ronnlfctrts of Chinese desiring to
land mid their final destination, with
full particulars of ago, sex, status.
Section f provides tho penalty for
failure to furnish tlieso manifests.
Section 0 provides for tho examina
tion of Chlneso and their baggage.
Section 7 provides for thu punish
ntcnt or any persons as principals or
accessories who bring in or attempt to
bring in, or who conspire or plot to
nnng in, unineso unlawfully. The
penalty is nxed at 11,000 lino and lm-
prlsonment for not less than one year,
section 8 provides for the seizure of
SnV Vessel WhosA mRStor knnwlnirtv
violates mo provisions oi mo law.
Section 9 declares that no Chinese
persons other than officials of tho Chi-
LAND SWAP MADE
WITH L. L. McCANDLESS
George Lycurgus Raised on Bilo Land
Proposal Dangerous Molokai
Nuttanu nvcnuo bridge Vas reported
to be In an unsafe condition at today's
council. The Superintendent of Pub-
lie Works was voted $10,000 for the
mectioii oi u uuw Hiiuuturn. trie lire of the Jamaican and other rod-
Ocorge Lycurgus offored to surrender prodty treaties between this country
his llllo lease If tho government would and British Islands. Notlco of tho ex-
put the fee slmplo of the land up nt'tlnson 0f (h0 Dominican reciprocity
.mnltnn fur nn imunt nrlr-n nt flnOfln
rorr,Bnnii-nM from tho nost office
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deFattment tom cf a ,la"KCrmls conrt -
in eiiiiu iiuiu mo Dtuiuuu.i
on Molokai over tho pall. Action will
.iwult a report fro mtho local board.
Kowulo residents were heard from,
I iiltim tin imiiaimllw Inn nr Itilnrvnl I.
i lon,n(! repairs o roaus and Uic
)mpr(ncmcnt 0f sanllnry conditions In
t,mt 'raB''ant suburb. No action was
... ,i,nl. , i,i ,ntln..l h.
, ,h KOVOrment anu u u Mc.
c.m(1IcE!li Uie forracr taklng a Btrlp at
Knllhl for road widening and tho lat
ter a tract ot twenty-soven acres at
Waluhole, on the other sldo of this Isl
and. Hill! I MONEY
It Is rumored on the street thnt Man
ager W. II. Pain ot the Huwallan Rapid
Transit Land Company bus a barrel
of noi.cy from London to buy out the
i enemy. As a matter of fact, fifty
shares of Honolulu Rapid Transit sold
on 'chnngo this morning at 90.
Last month tho Rapid Transit re -
relpts amounted to $10,000. So far this
mouth tho nickels count up $100 a day,
eiitl next week tho figure will likely be
Wm. Rlckard, of Honnkao, Is out
again nfter a long siege In bed, duo to
nn operation on his foot. Ho Is now
ablo to walk without a crutch, the
operation of grafting a plccu of flesh
Into the wound caused by his shotgun
accident having proven successful In
nesu government, teachers, students,
merchants, travelers lor curiosity or
piuisure, or returning laborers and
merchants shall bo permuted to enter
Hue United Hiatcs or .j territories.
Section 10 requires that a consular
ceruncaio idemjiylng tno Uiilncso
bearing It shall bo secured at the port
01 embarkation. Tnls ccnlllcnto must
srrclty tba Rorlnl status ot tho
ran In the country Bl leaves,
section 11 provides fir tho delivery
0 a list by tno Chlncso government ol
tho persons who are oUttlals ot snld
Igbvcinnicnt, and who' dosiro to visit
the United States or Us territories In
their ollicial capacity. .This section I
mado necessary because oi tho bogu?
claim of certain Chinese tpat they art
occupation while In th United States.
Section U ili-tlnea a Chinese student
t a perkou who nan acqtllicd a silt-""
Uclcnt knowlcdco ot thu Knirllah Ian
Bunco and of i.runaratorv courses to
enable him to enter at once Into on
institution ot learning to Ot himself In
urauencs not obtainable in his own
country, and requires that complete
arrangements must bavo been mado
tor his maintenance during his whole
course of study.
Section 14 defines a merchant ns one
who Is owner In his individual ilgbti
In wholo or In part of the meicantllo
business described In nls consular cer
tificate for at least una your prior to
the datu thereof; that such business is
precisely as described.' and that ho
baa the means and baa completed nec
essary arrangomesta for becoming
owner la wholo or tn part.ot.ajiomi
tide innrranlltA-titiatnptaK In thn llnlli.il
States at some, frxed nlace. thu nrem
lies and business of which have no
connection with ' a laundry, lodging
hrmtn rutnt,fnnt harhttt. ihfin ni- fn...
tc.-ry.anu wncroln.ncltncr pawnbroKIng
gambling, lottery dealing, opium smok-
ing nor ony pursuit or amusement nth-
f -f-v-v-f-f-f -f-f t -
FATE OF TREATIES IS
NOT THE MOST BRILLIANT
President Sends Several to Senate
Senator Perkins and Others
Think They Will Slay in
Washington, Dec. 5. Tho President
today transmitted to the Benato sev-
eral treaties Blgncd by Secretary Hoy
nn, Embassador Pauncefote extending
treaty was also given.
Tho French treaty so far as can bo
rcan.cd. was not Incimlcd In tho list of
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inuio Lcni in louay. itiucn secrecy was
uiirvrveu in connection wno iiiis mac -
1 tcr. and It was difficult to obtain exact
oiifcrvnl In connection with this mnt -
information. Additional assurances
mvo uccn Bivcn to tho California Sen-
torgj however, by Senators Lodge, Al-
I .irich. Kornker and othc.rs that the reel-
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procity ireones neca not worry tn
rac0 COa,t; that In all piobabillty
tliey will bo strangled In tho committeo
1(J0m Stlmtor i,,rklna, who has paid
particular attention to the subject Is
positive that nothing will be dono dur
ing this session toward ratifying any
"I have become satisfied that there
Is no danger," he said tonight, "Tho
leaders have given me to understand
that California need not be alarmed.
Nothing will be done In, treaty making
that will Injure the products or Indus
tries of our State. The President has
expiessly outlined this In his message
Any iicuty mui uutuijis to cui cue
tariff on goods produced to a largo ex-
tent In the United States Is foredoomed
Mr. Desky's self-registering ther -
momctcr on Paclllc Heights this mom-
Ing denoted a minimum temperature
tof 59 degrees.
This Is San Francisco
weather and Mr. Desky thinks people
desiring a chnngo of nlr might sivo
r.U inner fares by taking his electric
ears for the Heights.
Tho next Cxpi-cKH Htcnmci to the
Count will ho the
ALAMEDA, DEC, 25,
"hlw your pact. och hy
WELLS, FARGO & CO, EXPRESS
with Union Kxpress Co., I'-U) King St.
cr than tho sale ot mcrchandlso Is
conduced or permitted,
Section 16 requires that n Chlncso
pcrtou traveling .or curiosity or pleas
ure snail L-siaunsa tuu iucs nut na
U in possession of means to del ray
expenses; inai nls iluanilal and clasil
standing In tils country is such ns to
leave no reasonably doubt ot Ills allcg
cil purposu in visl.ing tuts coumry;
that hu has arranged for a specified
Itinerary in tnls country, and tnut
upon conclusion of tnls Itinerary ho
vy ill immediately depart trom tno unit
Section 10 defines n roturnlng or
domiciled merchant ns ono wno was
owner in wiioio or pan ot such a busi
ness as described m section 14; .Hint
hu retains sucn In.crcst and can es
laullsn by test oi credible witnesses
outer than Clilncso that lor a J ear
prior to departure ho was owner, an
claimed, In his own right and that
during such tlmu tie was not perform
lug sKtlled or unskilled labor. Such
evidence, however, may bo controt cri
ed by tho officials examining such ap
plicant. Section 17 provides that n duly reg
istered laborer returning to tills conn
" 8"a" -jrovo "10, ""'"'action ot
United Slntes oflklals tnnt ho pos-
sttses a lawiul certificate: that at
least a month prior to his departuro he
nad made application lor a cortlticaln
of his right to return: that when ho
claims to hao a wllo and children In
tills country tho omrlals may intestl
gato such claim; that when he claims
t lm returning to collect a debt dim
l hu must prove it bona Ililu and that
Mm property has been colorably arqulr
cd tor tho purpose ot evading thu law;
that tho minimum debt collectable
shall bo I1.C00.
Section IS requires tho filing nt nn
plications of Chinese persons for leavu
n depart, and provides numerous safo
gi.ards to prevent false Impersonation.
Section 19 proscribes heavy penal
ties for falso Impersonation and for
iM-tilng false or forged certificated.
Section 20 provides lor the cancella
tion ot all certificates when the Chi
nese In question havo not returned to
tm united stales witbln two yearj ol
'"" ,",lu ul ""i--.
(Continued on page 4.)
f -f -f-f f-f-f-f-f-f'f'f-f
ALL THE STOCK IU1T FEW
SHARES SOLD IN STATES
J. Coerper Promoter Reiurns Pleas
ed With Success Work
to Begin at Once on
J. Coerper, promoter of the Kona
Knn railroad, returned from a trip to
the States In the Sierra this morning
nfer having mado arrangements to bo
Jism on witn tno construction oi wo
road. While abroad Mr. Coerper sue-
reeded In Belling nil but IU00 shares of
the stock of tho new company nnd
these shares he has brought hero to
to those who may wish to sub-
crlLo fur them. There was no troublo
Ill .llurns-rn n l.n. !... I ... ... .
"i-""1 " " " "' " "" "
i,"lcrc,d good to nac somo of the slock
; - .. "... m ...u biui.
'"! 1 these Islands. Tho stock .lis
pesed of was nt tho rnto of tit) a Bhnru
and HS.000 shares wero sold.
In comorsatlon this morning soon
aftor leaving tho steamer Mr. Coerper
Clr.t.,1 thnt Itta mt.fllnn Tinrl li.nn .11..
sltucd that his mission had been sue-
cessful In every way nnd lhat tho work
f the surcyors would begin at once
On tho next Manna Loa men will bo
sc"t to tho Kona district to begin tho
work nnd as soon as, it Is finished and
contracts let for the carrying on ot thu
work the nctual construction of tho
road will bo begun.
HIERI'A'H NEW KTACK".
Chief Krglnecr Nclrcr.n of tho Sier
ra Is gn-.itly pleased with tho success
of tho new- smokestacks nut on thn
vessel whllo sh.e was In San Francisco.!
nm nxtren rcet aimed to tbo stacks
giu n much better draft to tho fur
iiaccs nnd the soot which used to b,-
i very l-othcrforr on deck Is now dono
captains Burgess and St.imnn of the
giVatlon Army haNo 'ecelu-d march-
ng orders and tnnlgh' thero will be n
fine well meeting In V'e army hall at
the corner of King and Nuunnu streets.
Captain Burgcts will bo tho only ono to
tay goodbyo as Captain Sullivan, on
account of bad health, wr.s forced to
lcno In tho last SJiiomn. Tho new
office to lake tho places of these hard
'working Salvationists, arrhed in tho
jttlcrm nils moinlng. .
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can bo obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Washington. Dec. 4. General Leon
ard Wood, .Military Governor of Cuba,
accompanied by his secretary and Gon-
rnlcs Quesnde, wns nt tho capital to
day, conferring with Senators In the
Interest of Cuban reciprocity. General
Wood told the Senators that some
mciwire of rcclpiotlty on Cuban sugar
nnd tobacco, pnrtlculdily the former,
Is rsrcntla' tn glvln-; the Is'nnd that
degtco of stnbtlty nnd pioepcrlty which
was contemplated when the United
Stat is dlsporsessed Spanish rule.
JURY PANEL EXHAUSTED
AND TALESMEN SUMMONED
Mr. Kinney's Closing Argument in
Pearl Harbor Case is Inler-
rupted by Entrance of
William Saldgc, Harry Jucn and
J. II. Schnack wcro brought up tot
trial before Judge Humphreys this
morning, on tho charge, of assault and
battery on Kamakce, a native woman.
This case wns dismissed by District
Magistrate V. I Wilcox, but defen
ilnnts wcro later held for trial by
Judge Humphreys us committing
magistrate. Tho violence nlleged was
committed In the process of evicting
the complainant from premises at K.v
waken, near Diamond Head.
All tho morning sessli'.i after tho nr
rnlgnmcnt of defendants, who pleaded
lint guilty, was occupied with the om
paneling of a Jury. Tho panel becom
ing exhausted nn order was Issued to
bring In talesmen, the Court taking re
i ess till 2 o'clock,
J, L. KntiluKou today filed a written
motion for a new trial of Lien Gusman,
fuund guilty of xnunslaLghtcr In the
Kaluna's trial for burglary wns co.
tinned till next term, regular or spe
cial j uui iiuDujui ftaiu iiuvui tu nun
A ntln tit-ncAtf It t imt A lflt.Aa in Taa
Knublmalfa, who had appealed from
sentenee of one month'. Imprisonment
by the District Court for assault and
Fred'wunilenlcrg ha. given nolle
of appeal from tho decree dismissing
his bill for' Injunction against Qcorge
Postage on the Bulletin's special In.
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
part, of the States.
Washington, Dec. B. Tho
spent some time during tho executive
Bctslon discussing tho question of tho
proper committee reference of tho
nomination of Eugene It. Hendry to be
u.h.i , .- ti.,., f n,oii
The nomination at first was referred
to the Committee on Porto Itlco and
Pacific Islands, ot which Senator For
aker Is chairman, but Senator Bacon
raised the point i.iat Hawaii Is a full
flCUBC(i Territory of tho United States, I
nmi that therefore tho nomination
should go to the Commlttco on Tcrrl-
torlcs. Senator! Teller, Foraker,1
S ooncr nnd Bacon engaged In tho con-'
trnversy that followed, and tho qucs-
ton wns ultimately, upon the suggeB-
tion of Spooncr, referred to tho Com-
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nuttcc on miles for tno formulation or
u ril0 Rovflrnlng tho subject, tho ref
erence meantime being) held up.
Afl nue(iy oa ,. camo tno bg bat.
tIfsIUn Wisconsin left her anchorage
off port )tBtCrday afternoon for Mcxl-
. . ..... . .
ro... as sue passed, tho Moana Hotel
ralutcs were exchanged
chip and hostelry.
When Baby sees them,
Oaby erica for them,
Mother sighs for them,
When she sees them,
Comes In and buy. them.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
Admiral Certain to be
Criticised on Some
RirORT IS NEARLY
READY TJ PRESENT
Schley Not Responsible for Slow Pro
gress of Squadron Retrograde
Movement Was Not Well
New York, Derll 5. A special to th
Herald from New York cays: Admiral
Dewey nnd his associates on th
Schley court of Inquiry are putting th
flrlahlng touches on their findings. In
nell-lnformid naval circle !t Is be
lieved the court will find Admiral
Sihley derelict In thcao particulars:
That ho failed to promptly determine
vthcthcr or not tho Spanish squadron
nas In the harbor of Clcnfucgoi; that
he ordered the flying squndron tn pro
ceed io Key West after his irrlvnl to
southward of Santiago without at
tempting to ascertain If the Spanish
squadro-i was In that harbor; that ho
disobeyed the departments instruc
tions Io proceed to Santiago to ascer
tain It the Spanish chips wcro there,
unci not to permit tht.ni to leave with
put n Occlshe action: that ho regarded
the roal rupply of the ships under his
command ns Insufficient to enable him
to reir.nlii nt Santiago, when there was
Mifilclcnt fuel for thn purpose; that ho
fallei' 'o deal falily with Lieutenant
Commander II. C. Holgson In tho fa
mous " tho Texas" colloquy.
The com I will thus dispose of the ro
ir.nlulng specifications nt the precept:
1 hat he should not bo censured for the
Alleged slow voyage made by the flying
squadron from Clcnfuogos to Santiago;
(hut there Is no foundation for tho
",nrs . . "wa,ru,r a"r '"
"' that the bombardment ol th.
Colon at he rans.-j erap'oyed by him
vis Justifiable; that the blockade
""! I the flying squadron V
flcnfuegos and San mgo was enllrclr
ret')"'' lhat tho loop m"do by th.
ItlUllltlJIl Kll K lUl-IICIIVLT tuu uckuaai-
ty for which had to be determined by
the officer nt the moment It was or
dered; that throughout tho battlo th
Brooklyn played a conspicuous part
and that In tho blttlo Admiral Schley
did his full duty.
IMItnr Evening Bulletin: I want to
aslc lho fHonlnB question: 'Why Is
It flint tlm l.n.iittlnv Ailvjirtla,.,- urttl.
,u aft.ei, ,.arK0 c,rcu,atlon.. cannot
supply nn advertiser with help, even
after two weeks' steady advertising?
I as supplied with tho desired help
after only ono Insertion of a .mall
advertisement In tho Btillotln. ' ,
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You know what that
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