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(lco mapped out nnd nrring.cnuiitB
made whcreb the mombcrs of tho
commlttco " '" tnko turn about to havo
bun)' rutin out specliil circulars to all
telethon nubm rllKTu and ' doctor
Ihroushnut Hie Went ind Norlhfcrt,
ending out aliw folder postal Invitations
to llt Hawaii to some SOW selected
addresses furiilnlio,) by Ilia Hotel
Dnl Coronadd jntiiiniomcnt: MOO
He from riorldn hotels; 600 special
Ht. Iioul addresses, nnd as Mst'as Lou
Angeles receives dennlto word from
Mirlnors throughout tho United Htntes
t that they have arranged to Attend tho
Much of tho tlitip of, the, Prumotlon, conclnvn next Mny, wo nre nt onco fur-
nlhed with thd addresses. Eovorat
Commlltee M taken up yesterday In
hundred of them havo already corre to
..i., n,i.i. i,i,,.. n i.
arranging thMr business to allow the- h(J
n, nni, our mMtcr w on
secretary to bo absent for some weeks Attending to the above, besides caring
on tho mainland. Thus nil tho tor lho rguiir mnn nd looking nfter
counts of the committee to Jail due on he .,.,,. flnly ,, wln not nllow
.uc. a ,., UUiUiw. .., .. ,.u.u, nnv tlmc f0P inunesi,
mo worn 01 inn assistants in me
It Is pleasing to hnvn with us at this,
TV E. Gibbon, general counsel of tho
3"ur Los Angelei, Snn Pedro and Snlt Lake
Ll'TLlVlTJ. ""'- l"..W- Hawa,, has
week, putting In an hour each dny.
All the members of tho committee excepting
A. Gnrtloy wero present.
(A letter however was read from Mr,
great possibilities for tho tourist and
hoinebullder and he also says that our
beautiful Hulclwa Is to him tho most
llireo weeks I sail for lho States to- J
day an tho Siberia. I hive taken nocS
time for my own ninuscment"but'hne,.4j
time such n shrewd obsercr ns Mr.. ' '""' " ""." . ' " l" "; "?i."""D ,"' l
,.""""" "cm uuiiu muruixKiil).,
addressing one meeting at Hllo.'on tha i
Inland of Hawaii, I havo addressed &
I rum h A ntill ft 4
threo meetings of business men and T
shippers here, and, also a gathering ot m
tho principal business men at, p. ban-
mint fvtvfin hi tliA VnwhnnlB .1 nonnfn
Oartle In which was proposed .a lellghtful spo in the world. Uon ot thesev meetings Jfou havo
tographlc contest under tho auspices' "-: : V. -X "'". unuouutcaiy been ni.prlsed by your Hu- J
of the committee, In order that It Promotion Committee by the Demo- ttllan jBlaml exchring.
couid be known where suitable photo- crnt'c nnd Republican parties Is most In nlialtbn to'thls.tl have called up- S
graphic work for exhibition and ad- gratifying, ns it Indicates tho on ftnd ha(J CXhaustlo talks with J
vertlslns could bo had when wanted. lty ot substantial financial recognition . Tiractlcally every firm thnt would bo S
Mr. dartley wrote: by the Legislature when It meets. 'likely to "Import goods, both In Hono-
'Tho Promotion Commltteo are con- am iniormea inai me unpia iransu lulu and JHllo.
stantly in need of sultablo photograph- Company haq decided to have printed As I wrote In my last, tho sugar In
lo work for exhibition and for e inousann sets or twenty aincreni dustry overshadows every other Indus
"WMtWllUiwi A . .- v
i5 f4MF wimwtmt' Bin.,
MEARS OF THOUSANDS THR&NG ANEGAWA
2 KEPT??,.-','' i "'j 'Jl "ft.J n, "" '"v ?jr t j '.j, .-- ?
(Following are letters sent from heroJj
to tho Portland Orcgonlnn by W. A. w
HONOLULU, II. T., Sept. 3 (To tho X
Editor.) After n sojourn of about 5J
iik"M 0 w '" -v . WmT'W' HiyK.
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f1ri mMgmggm y y,aJ' , . .yJa.yx.s
JAPANESE KAVAL TBAINlNa SHIP ANEOAWA.
Hsln.r .h Th. ,. t colored Plates of fish as published in trv. I hv visits l. or th. lnrm,.i .. T "'" ' ' ""' -1 "'" """" . .ieu peopio. un ino wnarr, wawtuu a UATTL,1SSIIIF.
.ii .i .:.-i . r: vni.imn , thn tt s. irih com. Vn. n,'.i,. V. " ' ",0 training ship, not thoroughly In- 10 gree; me snip, was Aumirai very.
Uu Vb pWUll JJI U.WOIU1IUI UIIU Ulti- ' w " " Me,..k .... IWWUMO HC ..V (f.U
professionals be given under tho writes that his offer for "Idlowlldc," fino a scientific basis as here. Of bulikeia, was examined handled and
pices of the Promotion Committee In the half-way house to Haleakala, has course, everything is done on an Im- ajmlred'by the hosts who boarded 'her
iiiuir ruuma or uuuer me auspices 01 i(een accepieu ana inai no now pro- ihciibo bluic. iud juwu. pumps uuuy as Boon ns sho was tied up at the naval
tho Kllohana Art League, medals or roses making this delightful place the for its Irrigation purposes 75.000,000 ,hn,, Vnt n ..i,,ilni in..f tt..
ribbons to bo awarded to the differ- houso In real earnest and thus
ont exhibitors In the different classes add much to the comfort and pleasure
to the amateur photographers only, it of a trip to Haleakala.
Is hardly fair to the amateurs to ask
them to compete with professionals,
nor'do I think tho professional 'photographers
ould(. caro to enicr Into
competition with each other. I believe
they should bo given the privilege
of placing nn exhibit In the exhibition
room at tho tlmo of the display."
This matter was favorably considered
by tho committee nnd will be acted
upon at nn eaily meeting.
DEATH IN IRELAND OF
gallons of water. It has in operat on
room n()r ronler but wn. v,sUcdi peer.
fo unil luitu t uuitu
cd into and scrutinized; the guns wcro
- .,! .... -.. ...i stripped of their ennvns covers
r intricacies explained to the
gines, are of Immense size and t,he
dr cda bv thM" wh" d made
The statistics reglirdlng tho Ho-
nolulu plantatlqn show only slightly clr acquaintance on the field pf
o,., Tn, ., ,oa "C and the rope colls, boats and
tho various plantations bring the Iau"ch Yro dul Kazed "I"5"- Not "no
grade of tho raw article to 00 degrees ot the visitors on board yesterday but
polarization. Tho Very small amount '""I "Pent days on board other ships,
of residuum in the shape of molasses differing in no essential from tho Ane-i
is used for fertilizer, while, tho offal Bawn, but theie was this difference,
(cane) is used for fuel. lnat cacn icu an nir ot propnciorsnip
ns he or ,shb mounted the Gangway
BIG INTERESTS WORK TOGETHER.
r. - ., .k. .. .,.. .. nd vlnweA tho representntlve of tholr
Tho frtPt flint tlm Anppnun la nnt a
teut1 work dore In these Islands, but It mlssioner's Bulletin. I think that In nounccd Eva) otod tho Honolulu, one "Pec'ed by some thousands of proud """'"'" "" """ "' y " "l l .r"i;v J" oauieililp. but a converted transport
is dlfllcult to locate and obtain for this way tho Rapid Transit Company of 7500 acres ana the other C300 acres. Japaneso wus that part of tho hull on't,"7.. "" Ta,'"l. .,,','.,". nna nPnl nlP. n a degree
our use. Is going to do a great deal In effectively I believe there Is no place In tho tne verier of below tho t ?h?!rtmlrM ,v,l 1JJ. h,tinl, npPO'"il?? '. Sm 7f tho ,ocal Japa"
"I would suggest that an exhibit of advertising the attractions of Hawaii. Morld that has redded the cultivation nl I UZ llTI, hl 0X?l,tXI,e Z 2 '"""J""0 This Is somewhat atoned for by
photographic work of amateurs nnd Mr. W. O. Aiken of Mnkawao, Maul, nhd production of sugar down to as thi fww ,. .,:.-l., lh mi ..".',."' "' ." " .. : ", "v. l" lac "" lno lwo wraest guns
Old residents of Hawaii will be In-
, terested In theso clippings from Irish
ENTERTAINING ATj A PROFIT. I newspapers. Tho following Is from
Tho accounts Telnting to the enter- tno Irlsh Times:
talnment of the Southern California Yesterday In the Chancery Division,
UilU V.ft l.iltAll.U UiaV . 14VUQ till
mense capital, great executive ability
nrnn tn mmV nllmlnl I.im mnn.D
nJlia.n ... - -.,... .1 !-. iUi I1fffft i Im Afnolnf rP Vl T7n1tl In fn
country's naiy through rosy glasses.
Promptly ot nine o'clock the Ancgawa
lho total expenditures had been matter of Maigaret MacFadden v. fully. And when ou nreawato that f, of ,"L. I L.?Jl and .1.
35, of which tho luau had been re- Frances Elizabeth MacFadden, a mi- all "the sugar factors aro practically numbej sampans pro-
sponslble for 389. For tho entertain- "or an application was heard on be- united as to a plan of action regarding ou,a jf " towcd barge, irom wnicn
ment of the visitors tho committee had half of tho plaintiff, who Is admin- mercantile nlTairs one can see what a aayI!Bh,t fireworks- were discharged,
received $917, leaving a balance to be Istratrlx of the will ot the late Rev. power they wield. Their purchasing AJone;, the "no, waterfront at the
turned over to tho treasurer. Thomas H. MacFadden, B D., former- agents for all supplies are tho three waiklkl, end of yie harbor wore crowd-
Tho various accpunts duo and which ly rector of Callan, Co Kilkenny, who or four great Jobbing concerns of the cd at least four -thousand Japanese
nrn tn fnll dun rliirlni? tho. mat nf thn died on 26th December. 1903. to con- Islands These cancel ns hav. for venrs wntchlhg eery mhve of the vessel and
month, totalling $987.25, worn ordered struo the will of tho deceased, dated had purchasing and selling agents
paid and an appropriation of $500 for 13th November, 1905. Tho deceased San Francisco,
to visitors and was taken possession of sho carries wero at ono time Id use on
u? oi wuirnu spem ino Damesnip liKasn, Togo's famous,
hours on board. Thcro1 wero no re- Tlogshlp. These guns were
strlctlnns nut on them and thov rovelpd knsa when sho uns xitnic nn tho .
In the opportunity of"'seelng ns ftiuch suit if an accidental explosion sorrt
as could possibly be seen. Along tho ly nfter tho war. "
rroinenndoideck,von tno matting pluced Tho Anegawa is a sister aljlp to tha
tHereJ r. score of tired out babies slum- Ru"sslan,crulseiJ Lcnn, vnd prior to the
bcred through tho noise, while their outbreak! of hostilities and her
nnd mo'hers explored. But in s'on among the ossels of the. Russian
spito of tho crowd and the opportunity volunteer fleet, sho hn'd been used by
glon, the totnl absenco of anything the Iluaalan government ns a supply
npiironchlng roughness or jamming was and convict ship, running between
notlcoahle. eicryono bolngtpleased and Odcssannd Vladhostek.
polite under nil circumstances. ' SPORTS'sATURDAl1, AND MONDAY.
CALLED,ON THE GOVERNOR. I' At a meeting of tho commlttco ar-An
official visit on Governnr Carter ranging for tho reception to bo given
was paid yesterday afternoon by Cap- 'l10 oHlt?rs and crew of tho .visiting
tain Hnnahusa and Consul General fni "l l" " rleld. 01' 'ast night,
Salto., It U und.erstoqd that tho return ll ,wa dpcldcd to hold tho artnlr oiv
visit will be paid today, nt which time Saturday and Morfday next, those- days
a salute wl.l bo fired, permission to use J n"''. '"fAY !' 2 AnA
tho guns for that purpose haying boen '"' """- """ "" " j, jv
.?. ..'..' f1 Tho progrnm nrrnnged will be the
readily granted by Aamirni very.
Rntlln ns nlilinnninl In tltn A rlxttifHeAf
MANY BTREET DECOlUTIONS. jesierday although It! has' been
Throughout tho Japaneso quarters of thought ndvjsablu to limit the
city tho streets werq brilliancy work display because of tho danger of
decorated laBt nlgnt with strlngsvof llro n n Tjlg firework demonstintlon.
lanterns nnd numerous lings nhd Captain Hanabusa attonded tho corn-streamers.
Shore leave had beeit inlttfio lnpotlni? lnut nloht. tnUinr' nil.
ln or me sailors nna omcers . granted to many of tho members of vantage of tho occasion to express his
who Ilnd her rails. tho crow during the af ternooir nnd ploasuro' at tho reception tendered his
Hho expenses of tho secretary in his left property o the value of about Portland has never been considered until tne vessel was tied up meovonlng and each visiting sailor was men and ship yesterday by tho people
promotion trip to Southern California 2400, consisting mostly of shares In as a market, simply because Portland wharf wis kept clear, a marine pa- escorted about tho town and entertain- and at tho many courtesies extended
wus passed. England. Tho questions upon which has not osen fit to let these people trolling before tho gate and holding ed by Bcorcs, of his countrymen, 'by tho Territorial and Naval offlcials.,
AN ADVERTISING COMPETITION.
mo assistance oi mo court was pougnt Know she Is a market. It has been
Mr v.n.i nwnii.il his (mn tn "erB w w"el"er " piawmii was my uuty ana my pleasure 10 acquaint good close prices, being careful of tho
t.i...n( 1. .mhAH . .!. "1 c" trusteu of tho deceased's estate, ln them generally end individually with erades of coods sunnlled nfter sonklni?
truat for, nine ot whom Portland's crpablllty nnd ability to and getting , tho trade, fostering
mainland in Hawaii through a ,
aro suivlvlng, and (2) whether tho handlo her due share of the trade here, carefullv and kecDlmr It.
goodXal children were entitled to the estatq In You will note front, my former letter ANOTHER LINE'
necessarily ean a about tho STPAMEU P033I,
T7rrlfnrVI equal shareat lo bo P?Id to P1 " apd what I havewritten above, that " -
,,nd its dvantage ,The ,. BLE
una its ine
lerruory uavAntafees children on his or her attaining the thero two distinct classed of trado . -due,.
scheme Is lo offer three prizes, of
$100, $50 and $25, for tho best answer
T?vn4. tlA. n r4An nn.1 Dnn.
Kxpcct to Become a Great iiu Fop
itlo frtr tlnmocAdtrora a tirl
ago of iZ ears.
Usui - . w w v.. nhfir PR TV Mlirnrvi nnnnnrod fnr thA
here tho great Jobbing .houses
which Sept: f9C6 I havo Just had a
.. viisaimn witn Captain Burnham, man
rri,.. u !. Tiii .....j . . ..l I.;,'.,.. '
to tho question "Why Shbuld Haw'ali bo" J"S Wunm Z,H.r "rS "T V,' "'"""", "XT ager of tho American-Hawaiian Steam
"" " " --- ....... -.,. ..u n.w HlliHlll.1 I1U I
JUWUVo lllv) i . .. . ...
,r ,-, ,,,-,, irtrt,i u.. n .. iu :.. u .., snin uomnany, wnn nas lust nrrivoa
.. . tj. Miuiwiij iiuouukivu ujr ui. tancio tn (j ii Buuuiy lii uLiier - - -
from New York. Ho is on an
nininfici1 ia r tv,n Hn . . ..i tlort trlt) nrcnaiutorv to nrr.inelnir new
Tho competition Is , fa be limited to J-" rntotmWx andMrrMUes any fo e.gn tado is. ofcou' etra, t ""e routes and schedules for tho
und , steamship
raiirpuu, """ Kehoe, K. C. (Instructed by Mr. Thorn- nortation facilities. Without nteam. st""ners of that lino. This is made
Ke.,iB, a..u t..u :.' " "J " as Eaily) for tho defendant as necessary on uuuuuiil ui iiiu ui'ur corn-best
" ships snlling direct between Portland
known lallroad advertising ,;, .... . Ji8iU. "'". ul5" ."A" 5."'':" nlotlon of the Railroad
agents of the continent have been se
cured as Judges, these being Geo. H.
Daniels, manager ot tha advertising department
of the New York Central;
W. H. Simpson, advertising agent of
tho Santa Fo System, and Jas. Hors-burgh,
genera) passenger agent of the
Southern Pacific. It Is a guarantee of
tho soundness o the plan when It is
Biiuciiuueu uy men,
Full authority was glyen by the
for Mr. Wood to push tho
scheme through, and the necessary
printing and mailing of the Information
of tho competition to the 6000
passenger agents will be1 done at once.
TO REVISE THE ASSOCIATED.
A letter was read from Alex McC.
'Ashley, nqw with the V. S. Weather
Bureau at Pittsburg, who wrote that
'v ii biv Liiuui kiii t 11.1111 inn iinriN rii n it miMiinM tt mil -
The Cavan Weekly neis has, the tie trade is obtained must be done, as
lowing: it has alwajs heretofore been done,
Very much regret Ib felt by tho second-handed, via San Francisco,
numerous friends and acquaintances less we hae our own direct lino,
of Mr. Thomas Browne, Leumgelton, This firrt step wns taken when
Cootehlll, at his death, which took through the efforts of our merchants
placo at his residence on Thursday and' the Chamber of Commerco the
week, baling reached the advanced Matson line was induced to mako
across the Isthmus. It Is supposod the
line will be completed and tralllo inaugurated
by January 1, 1907. The
west coast terminal will bo Salinas
Cruz. Tho steamships will operate
frpin New York to tho eastern
(five ships), and from Salinas
Cruz to North American ports and
years. Deceased, who was trial trip. The Hllonlan has just ar- ,h?80 ,,,Innds (seven thlps)
a devoted Presbyterian, was rived with five times ns much cargo
ed as a man of exceptional character, and many more naBsengers than on
Mr. Auld conducted the funeral ser- furnish feed. This, however, is only
un Incident which will be correctod as
The chief mourners were Miss soon as things get running more
Browne- and Mrs. M'Fadden, Cootehlll smoothly and we know whut Is wanted,
(daughters); Miss B. M'Fadden, Mr. The second stet was to cet tho crcnt
inucii or ine news uemg priiuuu uuuul ueurge urown corgiass, anu mr. vm, Jobhlng houses here to have
In tho mainland papers was Brown, do. (relatives). jng and selling agents in Portland,
enough lo "mako n kamnalna Amongst thoBo nresent were Messrs. nn nt tvi. n.9i n,.n i.nu .n n,
1 Jark T.nnnnn. thn nrinllnt ntul mini, anvlnuit tn rtnan nn new htivlnpr nnrl ..
lands In a yacht la not a whit abated, as I hne in it as to what progress I
inuies rroni ijaw.ui to accompany wm. . nns aeiayca ins aeparturo. ho no qiu nave 10 ao is to e
Weatherred on her return to the mainland
next March. Details of this outing
will to formulated within the next
During my absence on the mainland
not knont when
time., "I shall
time In the Islands
the offic force, wllj bo kept constantly Slonolqlu."
As we hna niready a line establish
ed to the Islands, it was not my prov
and who deserved well of his fetiows. her first trip, and her captain Informs lnce t0 for tho establishment of
His death n not unexpected. Tho me, much more cargo could have been
funeral to Drumgoon on St. Patrick's obtained had our millers had longer
gavo me to
tlll Captain Hurnham
understand that It was
Day wns attended by all classes. Rev. notice and been better prepared to not Improbable that his line would
in closing 1 win say that with my
der." Part of Mr. Ashley's letter Is: C. E. Murphy, Solr., Cootehlll; Robert wisdom of this step, has oreseen that Prescnt knowledgo of trado conditions .i. i! Mr
x reuu nui, lung suiuu ut. u auvcru jtrinsiruug, j. x., uu; fatricic omun, the Northwestern coast c
vui 11114UU.K0 un inu laiunu ul xxiiu. xinD uu; iu. ucuuis, uuj xiiuitiuh ai v y, the near future moro o
mako regular sailings ln tho near fu
ture. Captain Burnham has visited
Portland and knows well all tho physical
questions entering Into navigation
problems as applicable to our port,
and I can, say truthfully Is not unfavorably
By inblo wc nro nihlfceil of tho
ilcAth in Micno, China of (Jliun Afong
on tlio L'.Ttli lust. Many of tlic old
rcsideots were well acquainted with
him and will bo sorry tq loirn of his
decease. His reputation for hospitality,
both ou tho i&l mils uuit ut his homo
in Macao, wlioro lie wus always so
glad lo meet tiny, of his island friends,
is picas inlly remembered.
C'laiii Afohg came to Honolulu in
1849, being possessed of some capital,!
was eminently adapted, Ills first
placo of business was on King strict
whero tlio McCnndlesa block Ik now
being erected. Hero ho wns burned
out by tlio llro which dostroyod the
Varieties Theater adjoining in 1850,
anu ins ontire capital wiped out. ills
creditors wcro willing to give him now
credit and cancel his debt but ho said
"No, if you will give mo time I will
pay you in full," und lie did. At ono
time- his confidential clerk procured on
forged drafts in Mr. Afong's name
over thirty thousand dollars, and wbilo
, ,.. . Mr- :rong Old nut consider himself
with the capabilities of the 1 j lt
Itlcs'wlll in obJiKU(1 t0 puy ratller tlllln
r,!,, ,iim bers and manufacturers of Portland to. 1,in'nnf Mlt', ' ,. . ,,.,
Is a sample. I am of tho opinion that Joseph Armstrong. Wm. Armstrong, with Km, vmnMn ii .,. ..ini.iit,. handle the trnde and with Its present ... ,,, ,n,..i. n ,. i iinm i, i,n,i
f m .. .av - . . .. a . ... " u hntimlnlAn nrttlltlrfd tifl 4ViarA
most ottno press aespatcnes rciato to jonn Maguire, jtoDt. j. Moore, ed a purchasing office In Seattle. Seat- "J"1.?". ,, V ,, , I reposed an important trust ho paid
.. ... .... uil.h will nnturrillv fnllnur. T tint ' ... .' .
-i i .i.n ui n,n..A fiinu fr.un .,n-,n m wnicn win naturally rouow, 1 am noi
mvu iiub, cai uiijuuiieD, iui tuvud, uanuiici, x huh. uuiioii, x. rvcuy, tie was chosen as it happened that
etc., none of vhlch things may be re- James Smith, Ben. Steenson, Henry this firm is the agent here of the
garded as promotion assets I have Wright, A. RoUntree, Hugh Rountree, American-Hawaiian Steamship Coin-met
tho local manager of the Wm. Rountree, John M'Qulrk. John nanv nnd desires to shlD by that line.
ed PreBS and have volunteered to re- Rountree, Thomas Donohoe, John Lee, and when tha office was established
vise Hawaiian despatches before their A. Masterson, Joseph Farrls. John Fay,
publication In tho Pittsburg papers. D. Fay, Patrick Clerkln, Thomas Ma-Tho
offer has been gladly accepted." gulre, Patk Magulre, Edward Coyle, R.
Mr. Ashley further suggests that tho D.C , James Cooney, George Fntrbalrn,
one responsible for tho cablo news from John ralrbalrn, E. Traynor, James
hero might be shown (he desirability Malone, James Sharpe, John Brady,
of suppressing sensational niatter and Thomas M'Kay, James Moore, etc.,
substituting items regarding sports and etc.
festivals. i The funeral arrangements were car-
The report presented by the rled out by Messrs. Ronaldson Bros.,
tary wns; 1 Cootehlll.
LITERATURE FOR THOUSANDS. There wjis no meeting of the Coote-
the ships of that line did not call ut
PORTLAND AVILL HAVE EQUAL
As they lately havo been calling
there, nnd as Portland is a primary
market on inity more articles than
the Sound, and further because tne
purchasing agent is a former resident
of Portland, I have no fear that Seattle
or Tacoma will be most favored.
The action laKen by this great "rm
' By the Siberia we aro In receipt of " ' "" """' " L.L, .;',.'. 't ,1
,-. .iti... .i.i.a... i...i..i
afraid to nrcdlct that from now oni",.' u.v,"" "'"""" """""'
Portland will divide with San Francisco
and Seattle a fair share ot both"
the importing and exporting trade of
W. A. MEAnS.
showing that the in cotehlU on tha ' dV , " i Jobbing Tou""? tov.UX "' f Territory of Hawaii by E
cular letter wo are sending so generally , f y ' '1 J"uain n, 7. ?. carei UUY c. Potera, Attorney Qenernl, for an
to mejliail wn througnout tne we Junction. His attorneys aro A. Q. M,
niinnll lllll I ' Portland has to offer, have as strong-
ll.l MIIIIIH WIN ly as pmHUe put the case before Robertson and Kingsbury & Kellogg.
celpt of the same, some of them sending
names and addresses of patients
to whom they wish us to send our
Mrs. Weathtrred writes that everything
continues to look well for her
February excursion. To help It she Is
summer's' trip to Hawaii, which will
Include one young lady from each
county of Oregon, Washington, California
nnd pmbnbly two or three other
western states It Is a. big undertaking,
but Mrs. Wcntherred feels con-
JACK LONDON WILL
. VISIT BILO FIRST
SMS DHITED STATES
SBOULDJE II PH8TY
L. L. McCandless has demurred to
Mr. Afong wns ono of tho few who
wero able to overcome tlio prejudices
so common to Ills countrymen, nnd for
many years had almost entirely adopted
Kuropcan stylo of living. As a con-sequence,
in all his enterprises he kept
in the foromoat ranks,
Trom morchant ho beenmo sugar
planter, buying tho Metcalf plantation
nt Kaupakuea, Hawaii. From
that ono lie extended his operations
to incliulo Mnkubnnuloa and Pcpcckeo.
Like all of bis ventures this proved
very profitable nnd ho became a
on u, still larger scale. Ho
owned his own vessel tlio "Cbinu
Packet" which plied between Hono
lulu nud liliiiia rogulurly for many
Ho was appointed Chinese- Consul and
wlion ha retired from that oflico wua
appointed a member of His Hnwnlian
them, and feel confident that within Besides the usual technical grounds, Mtijcsty's Privy Council Ho was ad-
the very near future they, too. will be tho defendant says: mltted to citizenship on Muy IB. Itf57,
glad o have a resident purcliaslng ,,That ,t fpp;nrh in and by said bill nnd hud lie continued to rcsi.le on tho1
ngent in JOrllnna. tlint ,,.. nlnln.lrr. i, Tirrltnpv nf Hi. lln,U nn..l,l 1,.,,,., tl, ,!.,. ., ..
And now as to the other classes of wa naBr no tu!o or nterc in the citizen of tbo United States,
trade, JZlrf man ''I thnv " nrn' """" Tt v. ... ..t, . . .. I . II. -. r.n iiiiiiiinu to minj nuiiu liufo
tney Thnt it in nmi hv aalS hill
.- w -- -- - - tf
now sending out an attractive circular. ,,, , ,,.,,, California bv nn selling markets. I am stbnned on-the ' .u""ea. 'li.me".a " ?.r.
Mrs Weatherrod also states that she, f,,ooa ,. k. hi. a,. .,, t. .i... h ax o.vJ.i i a neceai puny i0 wn auii, x ajcrwcntl
). n nlnn nn foot f or a contest for a . . " ".' VJ. ,. '",.. .' '." ."..." ." ."?'": ns plaintiff , has not made said United daughter of
Ing as much Int
Ida E Iamb by her attorney, A. O.
oldest daughter of Abrnni Henry
tier and Mary Hockley,
Cant, tloorco Bccklov.
btutes of Amcr ca a perty," I njukcr of the first Hamilton Aug. By
Tltla la Mi Adda lit ulil tfri ttia it f 1 .. ii 11 11 t
Writing from Qlen Ellen, Sonoma what enqouragement I am , """".J"' rMSiutUkn. - ?.,'"ur"? u,,. "' ,AukrI0" "K
county, Cal.. to Mr. Kolinsky, ln reply receiving, what prospect therein of ; ' V",,,, ui ,mo n cnvnmmont '."'T'" ',. '"""A"fc" . "fl"""
to n renuest for n lecture bv him he- nermanent transnortfti. on facilities. r"r.' ...' . ' '. . .r. " . ..T ' ."""I. . " '"".'" mujuuu. viiun . niune.
ittMvvii ., . ,!, ,. I, u (mm rn.nnln.1 t. sn t . . .. i 1 -.
fore the Honolulu Research Club, Mr. To sun, up, then, thero I, plenty of " ' '. " " " "r "'- ' " ' wm, na . n in.
r.onaon savs tno eartnauoKe nas irnnn Mere. a. new coinnstitivo mar- . .: . ...... . .. .. .". ...- --"-. -ft..- .. . .... .., hi
firinnt nrhoin.. ahle tn rarrv it throuirh' ihm..,, him i.nu .. nMin t .i. v.f i. ..Aimi ti . ,.in. lns 1"1 ' l?llon l 'u" "nu u" "". these latter years, Nancy married tot
meeeWullv 3 lbt nd mlM him t ,itVht ihtthiht ln mtrtb. (,: ' ' Pw,,,,f? ,!lel;lll,l ww' " B. McStocker. Julia, married to
nl.A TVab1&H FP..... nnmnn M 1. nlin ' mI. .!. .. n. VT..... V..I. -I... Inj nHMa.. ..l 1.a B....nln. . .1 . '
X 11U IINICUI XUI4IO v.l.l'uil B ...' M Ufa UJT ftlUIII 11DW XU1IV lljrt IXTU, IllMllUSCU llU HriJV (UUUlUg, U11U
planning for A trip for eight young) a, delay In the arrival nf the engine vll our Jobbjis nnd manufacturers
Town, nlcco of Admiral Wliltlng.
to Miss DeHsio Ylhlttifi; af Davenport,
Abram II. Afonjj married to Miss Mny
Hnrvoy of Brooklyn; Molaine B.
,to W. Wl Brewster. , , T' -
To his beautiful homo on Nuunnu
aviliuq and his seaside villa nt Waikiki
tliero was n standing invitation mid
tho wliolo community, ns also strnngers
from abroad, can bear testimony ta
his kind hospitality. Abovo nil, how
ever, was the reputation ho boro for.
integrity and honesty in ail his dealings.
Ho lind a son by a former marriage,
Chun Lun, who was educated nt Puna?
lion and Yule and who managed hit
plantation on Hawaii. Ho died and
ids lather conveyed liia nnmins to
China for bursal, but ho left n bon
who will bo one of the heirs to tho
colossal fortune which will now to
Afong's villa at Wmkikl wns, lately
und cmlmrlscd In tr.idu for which ho purchased for a Ito for fortifications
i (uiuii vuu Aauuiv nviv Iiuiu llio
sum Of ii8.000.
uoveral ot our Islanders as Dr.
H. Wood, W. O. Smith and others have
enjoyed his hospitality nt Mncno whero
110 nnd a palatial residence- nnd gardens.
Mr! Afong was roputcd a millionaire,
with vnst holdings in China. Just
what his wealth is. Is uncertain, llli
son. Tony, Ib ulso reputed tq be n, millionaire.
Ho is interested with .4if.l
father in shipping concerns Jit Chincsq,
waters and owns a newspaper or' two
Whether nny of the Honolulu
will conio in for a shnro of the
property is unknown, i
Mr. Afong, at the tlmo of his death,
wns 81 years old.
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party duty as to have caused him
Jo 'gtve publicity to words that
must lower him in tho respect and.
esteem of all reputable men
whether they bo Bepubllcons or
Democrats. His disloyalty Is not
to tho candidate, but to the of-
flco; it la not the disloyalty of
Palmer Woods but that of the
National Committeeman of tho
Democratic Party and should bo
doalt with by your bonorable
body stripped entirely of person-
Alitles and regardless of
,quonco3. I remain, 4
Your obedient servant,
E. B. McCLANAHAN,
Democratic Candidate for Dele-
gate to Congress for the Ter-
rltory of Hawaii.
''There is nothing porsonal la this
between Mr, McC'tonahnn nnd Mr,
Woods," said John Fmmeluth last
night. "Woods admits tlinf he was
reported correctly and proferrod to
havo tho nmttcr dropncili but Mr,
though frionilly to Mr.
Woods, feels that it is time to assert
pirty dircipllno. Tliero. Is too much of
Arthur Johnstone. Henrietta married I this helping ono side and then the
to Admiral W. H. Wliltini. V. S. N. other nad boioneinir definitely to
nrneatlv seek lho M. Itobertson, hns entered a Joinder Marie K, married to A. 8, Humphrejs.' neither side. He thiuks an
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ho should nrrno n trade keep after It ctead iy. carciuiiy ' """""fl ". ",v "' ----. - -- .r:" : r": -- .---.----.- " .....v u
r - r . .. ..mi fA a mm it n m urin nu nr rv .1 iimiiiiiiiii iai,iinn n .. m.a. .. !..
he would be there some post each buyer here as to the exact Jonn ai. . """lcXi "" - '""" ir .. Pi.u.Kllu uul itv '"""- ,,
t,n in Ttlln flr" Mr. rnnnltlnn nf hn maikntB hv BVfirV FernBnileS, JUinerva tu. rernunuei liu J uiurriau u u. m. juggs. fliurum. a. inuenog 01 wio xjemocraiiQ
i- . 1 i ... 1 . . fl Jm.1a AltnX l .vBSfl .4 lt IjV 4a T.lAiit A T T Altnaii I 4HtalMl rlA..u.lilrtn 1 AA
, "ana shall be a long steamer (mall) leaving Ban TYancfHco. nerseit;. nno uwr?o iui or vw v V : r i ""kji wui wwiumco ia cuucu 10
knln.A r !... cntA A. rtinn D,.nii., ;.iiniAIa fsimniftint lit sumcient and ano nianna u. . Ai Alice jiuicninson. Aiurv u.. Air. wdoub' fliatfiments titin
VUUiS A HlttlO Ul ccip Ul 1 Ul liuuu. OliUllJIy WIH,!1" " . --- .
j In some branches of the trade, giving ready to prove It,
Albert Faycrweather Afong, married ut 7)30 o'clock at Woverley Hall. N
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