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Vol. III. No. 548.
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EDITOR IIANA OAf.l.S nill?' ON
Till! AHMI.VATION lltEtrV.
Kuit It Va Deterred I'ultv of
Below is Editor Dana's leador
iu tho Now Yor'k Sun of Februa
Exactly four years ago, oil the
1-ltli of February 1893, a treaty
for tho annexation of Hnwaii to
the United States was, concluded
between .Comniissionofs who had
roaohed Washington from Hono
lulu cloven 'days before, and tho
Department of Stato.
This treaty was tho result of
tho ovorthrow of the monarchy iu
Hawaii and tho establishment
thero of a Provisional Govern
ment which, by its terms, was
to last only until Hawaii should
be recoived into the American
Union. Tho agreement waB sent
to the Senate tho day after it was
binned, but as tho session was to
end ou tho -1th of March, and an
oxtra session was to be called final
consideration was postponed.
Ou tho -1th of March Mr. Clove
land became President, and one
of his early acts was to withdraw
his predecessor's tieaty from the
Sonato's possession "for examina
tion," as ho said. "Wo all know
what that examination meant.
Tho mission of Blount to Hono
lulu followed, with all its train of
events, disgraceful to our record
as a uatiou. For tho first tirao
our country was on viow as striv
ing to crush a republic and to
restore a discarded throne in its
Tho attompt pnwd unsuceess
fm, buc in its progress tho ques
tion of annexation became sec
ondary. Indeed, with tho troaty
withdrawn, ond tho Cleveland Ad
ministration refusing to negotiate
another, it only remained for Ha
waii to wait until that Adminis
tration Bhould ond.
Four years havo passed, and
with the republic which Mr.
Olovolaud sought to destroy firm
ly established and flourishing in
Hawaii, wo find ox-Queen Liliu
okalaui at Washington, staying
out tho last weeks ot his Admin
istratiou, in the vain hope of
"restoration or a pension."
Tho folly ot hor veuturo is
heichtoned bv tho talk of "her
secrotaryin denouncing both tho
repuuiic in nawau ami tno annex
ation project, although, this lattor
is the only means of securing a
pension for tho ex Queen. But
the whole spectaelo furnishes an
epitome of tho rosults of four
years, and Borvos to connect the
CllAVnlnnil Arlmltiiulfitlfin'u rrtw-
ww.w..v. .Mituiiuoiunuu D VfUil
iUg with its closing days.
Jutniieo Colony In Mexico,
New York, February 12. A
Sun special from the City of Mexi
co says: President Diaz has signed
a contract with representatives of
the Japanese Government for the
establishment of a colouy of 5000
Japanose, who will como'to Mexi
co direct f i om Japan. Tho col
ony will be located on tho rioh
agricultural lauds in tho const
seotion of tho Stato of Chiapas.
Tho colonists and their belong
ings are exompted from taxation
for a long term of years and many
other liberal concessions aro civon
them. It is olnimed that that
district is adapted to tea culturo.
The New Choral Hoeleiy.
Minister Coopor and about
forty otherB were present at the
seoond meeting last night to form
a choral sooiety. Ho stated that
ho had caused a circular lotter to
bo sont to all those who would bo
likely to join, and that he fully
oxpeotod by noxt Tuesday tho
necessary fifty members would bo
prosont. A short rohoarsal fol
lowed undor tho leadership of
Professor Ynrndley and an ad
journment was then had ,lo next
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1897.
Kundry llmrliiK at riiambrrn find
Judge Poiry has approved tho
accounts and ordered tho dis
charge of Rachel Jones, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Amos P.
Joues, late of Mukawao, Maui,
Authority has been granted
Jas. A. King, receiver of tho es
tate of J. It. Sumner, by .ludgo
Perry to sue M. F. Ornndall,H'.
F. Dillingham and M. P. Itobin
son, for cancellation of lease to
Dillingham and Bobiiinou of the
"Sumner reef," on the grouud
that the lease was not tho act of
Sumner but of Crandall.
Henry Smith, commissioner's,
report of apportionment of
moneys in Nahaolelua vs. Kaa
ahu has boon filed with tho writ
ton approval of the attorneys for
all tho parties.
Judgo Porry yesterday heard
and took under advisement tho
mandamus case, to compel tho
filing of incorporation papois of
tho Oahu Sugar Co., of J. F.
Hackfold against J. A. King,
Miuistor of tho Interior. Kiuuey
fe Ballon for petitioner; H. E.
Cooper for respondent.
Judgo Carter yestorday hoard
the application for discharge mado
by Bruco Cartwright, as trustpo
for thp minor childien of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Cartwright. A state
ment was made by A. J. Cart
wright that the object was to havo
Mrs. Cartwright appointed, with
tho view of transferring tho funds
to California for investment,
whore a higher rate of interest
was obtainable. The Court doubt
ed whother tho trust should be
removed out of the jurisdiction of
the Court. It recommeudotl A. J.
Cartwright to omploy counsel, and
said it might itself nppoiut coun
sel for tho minors. Iu conclusion,
the matter was assigned to Judgo
Porry for 'further oonsuleration,
as Judge Cartel uuu J.Loul to
leave for Kauai on judicial busi
ness. CO II .11 AN It U It 1'ltllOII t!t.
ISew of IIIn Dim til Ilcccltt'd
The steamship Australia brought
tho news of the death of Lieuten-ant-Comraaudor
Chas. E. Prit
chard ot tho British Navy, well
known iu this city, which occur
red in action nt Sapelo on tho West
Coast of Africa, during the recent
British 'punitive expedition which
resulted iu tho enpture and de
struction of the oity of Benin the
stronghold of tho Bonin tribes.
H. M. S. Alccto, commuuded by
Captain Pritohurd, Was one of the
vessels whioh furnished tho mon
who took part in the oxpcditiou,
into tho Benin country.
Tho late Commander Pritchard
visited Honolulu lust in ,tho year
1800, at that time being attauhed
to H. M. S. Espieglo as first lieu
tenant. Ho married n daughter
of Dr. Jamos Wight of Kohala.
His widow is now with relatives
iu this city. Tho deceased officer
was a brother-in-law of Tom
no m:u' sri.A,tri;.t m.vk.
No Truth In the Itnpnrt Hint Hono
lulu la to IIhvo One.
C. A. Griscoin Jr., vice presi
dent of the International Steam
ship Coinpauy of Now York and
London, ia visiting this city. Mr.
Ciriscom recently mado a flying
trip to Honolulu, returning on
the Btoamor Alninodu, Soon after
his departure from the islands a
Honolulu paper published a start
ling story to stho effect that the
gentleman visited the islands in
tho interest of a new; lino of steam
ers between San Diego and Hono
lulu. Ho was Rhoivn the artiolo
this morning, and doclnred that
there is absolutoly no truth what
evor in tho report and that ho
Bimply visited Hawaii a fuw days
for his hoalth. S. F. Bulletin.
W. W Goodalo arrivod on tho
Btoamor Kinau this morning.
THE LATEST SUGAR NEWS
I.NrittriKJAI.S HAVE ADVANftl)
AMI llt:i.T,N ItltOI-l'KI,. '
Arrlvult nuil Oi-pnrturrM In llii-Niiuxr
l'lret nt Nun I'miiclx c.-Niiunr
In their latest sugar circular to
corresponded) Is, issued yesterday,
Messrs. Casllo tfc Cooke SBy: "By
tlie arrival of tho rf. S. Heleno and
Aiibtiulin i?o are pleased to give
you tho following latest bugar
news dated up to the 23 nl of
Centrifugals havo advanced to
3Je. us the following sales will
show: Feb'. 10th, 7000 bags near
by arrival, 31. for 00; Fob.
17th, 7fJ00 bags nearby arrival, do
dor Fob. 18th, -1000 bags nearby
arrival, do do; Feb. 10th, 12,000
bags nearby arrival, do do; Feb.
20th, 2500 bags nearby arrival,
Granulated is -1.18 cts. in N. Y.
whilo iu S. F. it is 41 cts. net.
Boets dropped oil to 9s. ljd.
per cwt. ou the luth ulto but on
the 18th advanced to 0s. 2Jd.; ou
the 19th dropped oil' again to 9a.
Sugar stock has fluctuated as
Feb. 15 81112 SI02
" 1G 114S 102J
" 17 H3 103
" 18 113$ 102V
a 19v 113; 102T
" 20 113: 102
Arrivals havo been as follows:
Feb. 20, Consuolo from Mithuko
na, basis !) cents. Feb. 22, An
nie Johnson from Llilo, basis 'd
Sailings have .been Hie S. S. Ho
loue, for HouoLilu on the 19th ult.,
W. F. Babcock, for Honolulu ou
tho 21st ult.
Vessels discharging: Martha
Davis to havo finished on the 2oth
Vessols on tho berth: Albert
Myor for Kahului advertised to
sail on tho 21th inst.
Polani, w, vs. Mrs. Kanui Pa
elo, assumpsit, appeal from Dis
trict Court, was heard by Judgo
Porry, on submission of record
from below, and decision resorved.
Jolinson for plaintiff; Kano and
Kahookano for dofendaut.
The I'mbezzler Aecued nf Nlenllnir
I'roui IIIn irli,u I'rlaouer-i.
In tho District Court this after
noon, Lionol V. Itedpath, who is
now serving out his sentence for
embezzlement whilo iu the employ
of the Hawaiian Gazotto Compa
ny, was arraigned ou a chargo
of lorcony. Ho was bioug'ht over
from prison by Jailer Low, but at
his request tho trial was post
poned until Monday.
When lledpath was first sont to
tho ponitontiary ho was given the
soft job of storekeeper, being a
good clerk and bookkeeper. Ho
took advantago of his position to
rob his follow prieouors of undor
clothing and suoh littlo articles.
Ho was detected, nud Jailor Low
at onco sont him out on road work.
Ho also roportod tho matter
to tho Board of Prison Commis
sioners, who have rocommonded
that ho bo prosocntod for
tho offenao. Murshol Brown
is followiug out their instruc
tions and tho whilom dudo and
high roller will probably havo to
suitor an additional puuishmont
for what ia aptly dosoribed tho
meanest of all potty crimes.
When Redpath waa first sont to
jail ho had a number of friouds
who supplied him with luxuries,
cigarettes, oto., but thoso have all
dropped him since his last lar
cenies havo beon known.
Among returning passongors on
the Kinau today wero Count do
Korgorlay, Samuol Parkor, Cap
taiu ltoss, T. B.. Keyworth, C.
von Iliiium aud G. II. Fairor.
WHERE CODHTS ItlPPEIt.
question of Rlghta ol Wholesale
Cortain local tactics havo latolv
beon happening on tho island otj
Maui. It appears that Messrs. H.
ITackfeld & Co., wholesalo liquor '
dealers doing business not only iu
Honolulu, but also having brauch I
stores all over tho islands, havo
boon sending consignments of sa
id to Japaue3e customers worning .
ou the Lahaina plantation. These
Japanese laborors woro customers '
procured by Mr. Hino, inauoger of
llacklckl'B 6tore at Lahaina, aud
their orders were forwaided
to Honolulu and filled by
tho firm, each packago be
ing marked with tho name of
the Lahaina customer, whilo
tho freight recoipts wero forward
ed to .Mr. Hino for colection of
dues, and ho iu turn would do
liver them to tho Japanese cus
tomers who would go to tho wharf
aud demaud thoir sovoral pack
ages of freight. Deputy Sheriff
Sheldon being ou tho wharf (oo
stopped tliom from tnkiug tho
tubs of saki. he claiming that
II in a had sold tho liquor in La
haina without license. Subso
quoutly the deputy shoriff brought
suit against llinq for violating
tho law, and Judg'o Kahaulelio of
Lahaina discharged tho defend
ant. Subsequently he btuught
anothor suit ngaiust Hino
beforo District Magistrate
Ilalstoad of Wailuku, ho
finding tho defendant guilty.
Theso cases havo requiicd the
personal attendance ou tho island
of Maui of Messrs. Kinnoy it Bal
lon, wollknown attornoys. Mr.
Kinney defended Hino iu Lahai
ua aud Ballou defended him iu
Wailuku with tho result that ho
has takon an appeal to tho Sup
remo Court, claiming that tho
liquor was not sold in Lahaiua
but sold in Honolulu, and that tho
liquor was morely finding its way
to its destination. Whother the
procurement of customers in La
haiua by Hino is agaiust tho law
is for tho Supremo Court to de
cide, but defendant claims that the
salo was mado in Honolulu and
not in Lahaina.
Hid llecelved Tor Mndi'rulzliiir tho
Bids woro opened yostorday
afternoon at 2 o'clock by Biploy
& Dickoy, tho architects, for put
ting in a now front in tho Arling
ton block on Hotel street for the
Brewer estate, as follows:
Enterprise Mill Co S 1297 00
Lucas Bros 2390 00
Fred Harrison 2-175 00
Fred Bed ward 2 191 00
Win. Wagner 2580 00
Oudorkirk ALishinau.. 3333 00
E. B. Thomas 3577 90
Arthur Harrison 3710 00
John F. Bowler -1G99 00
Tho contractor on this job is
required to furnish all the
labor, lumbor and other ma
terials, oxcopt iron and plato glass,
required to transform tho Arliug
ton block into four modom stores
with plato glass fronts, recoss
doors, inside sash for windows aud
paint and paper tho wholo as speci
fied. Tho owiiors furnish tho
iron columns and plato glass re
quired. Tho bid of tho Entorpriso Mill
Company is a littlo raoro than half
that of tho next . highest and not
mnoh abovo one-fourth that of
tho highost put in.
Lucas Brou. havo been awarded
The following tenders for erect
ing a public hospital at Hilo woro
opened at tho Board of Hoalth
olfice, and handed over by O. B.
Itoynolds, oxeoutivo oflioor, to tho
John Cook S2135
Isaac Erickeon 2179
Albert Traak 2G0O
Horbert Kendall 2815
E. Bashaw 2850
H. Dofries 2915
PruoE 5 Cents.
THE DRAMATIC CIRCLE
I'livcn to itown op E.iirTY
CH tills I.AKT Mtuir.
Orte Lone tllfinlipr of the Klliilmna
rt Kniu'iu' tVnfc 1'rcttenl nt Iu
At 10 minutes past oight hist
ovoning A. St. Martin Maekintojh
counted nobes to seo hoWimntjy
lieoplo weto- present to witness
tho second performance of tho two
farces, "A Proposal Under Diffi
culties" and "Tho Bicycles," given
by tho dramatic circle of tho Kilo
liana Art League for the benefit of
that iuBlilfttion. It did not take
him very long, for thoro wore only
nineteen noses to count, including
that of the Bulletin's representa
tive. AVhilo wuitiug for tho au
dionce which did not comu tho re
porter amused himself by count
ing the empty chairs iu tho room.
Thoro weio 179 of them, uot in
cluding four or live marked re
sorved. A few minutes moro, . of
anxious waiting passed, when
Mr. lUackimotih, who was
hi the head of tho stairs to piovcnt
any acculenls from tho expected
rush for seats, gnvo a loud shout
of joy, crying, "l'heio's two moro
coming." Suie enough, two
yoiiug sooioty goutlemen mado
their appeuiauco aud they wore
greeted with joy by tho othor
niuetoeu. This made a total ot
twenty-one iu the audionce, again
of two in Jive minutes, aud led to
hopes that a fow of the ultra
fashionables would drop in later.
Theso hopes woio doomed to dis
appointment, but thoy wero raised
again whon W. W. Hall put in an
appearauco. Mr. Hall is given
special prominenco in thin men
tion becauso ho was tho ouly
membor of tho Kilobaua Art
Loaguo in tho audience. Thero
aro not mora than 135 members
in the Art League, but Mr. Hall
can tell all tho others about the
good timo he had.
Iu tho meantime tho Kawaihau
Club ouliyeucd matters -with a
littio musio, tho quality of which
was decidedly affected by tho size
of the audience. A consultation
in tho green room was held ou the
proposition of dispensing with the
pirformanco aud turning the affair
into a social dance, but thero was
a scarcity of young ladies iu tho
audience, and it was not consider
ed fair to Senator Schmidt and
Dr. llodgors, who don't dance as
wOll as thoy used to twouty years
ago. It was finally decided to go
through with tho performance
Whilo this decision was being ar
rived at Mr. Mackintosh kopt up
tho spirits of tho performers nud
audiouco alike by his remarks,
sotto voco aud otherwise
It would hardlybo fair to criticize
a performance givon to nn audi
once composed of 22 peoplo and
179 chairs, but it is sufficient to
say that thoso who wero presont
enjoyed it almost as much as tho
performers did, whioh is saying a
good deal, for at times tho latter
woro so convulsed with laughtor
as to bo utterly unable to Bay thoir
This morning sorao of thoso
who took part in tho performance,
which has involved a month's ro- ,
hearsing, besides Iobb of timo, otc,
aro nround looking for those mem
bers of tho Kilobaua Art Lcnguo
who told them thoy would fill the
hall for a weok if thoy would givo
for lie nt.
A G-roomod cottago, stublea
and servant's quarters, situate on
Wildor aveuuo. Largo grounds
.well laid out and planted with
fruit aud ornamental trees; one
full set of furniture, and cooking
stove can romain in tho house if
wanted. Apply to A. Y. Gear,
210 King stroot.
French dinner nud dnnco at tha
Hawaiian hotel this evening.
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