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Corner of" King and Bethel Btreete,
Secoaii Floor. ,
William 'A . Henshall,
A-ttorney at Law
113 Knahumnnn Street Tele. 663.
. CHARLES F, PETERSON,
A-ttorney at Law and
W. S. EDIITGS,
Counsel lor at Law.
Corner linthol and Kins Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
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LATEST FROM WASHINGTON
Friends of the Treaty Still Claim It
The Situation Is Practically Unchanged -Fifty-eight
Yotcs Assured With the
Chance of Four More.
From private lettors and tele
crauis received by leading btisi-
tiers urms trom their corrosponu
onts at Washington anil San
Finncisco, the following as to tho
outlook for tho passage of the
treaty is learned:
All the Republican Senators
except Morrill are. again in lino
and will voto for the treaty. It is
expected that tho Senator from
Vermont will be brought round
by the time a vote is taken. '
Senator Gorman is doing splen
did work for the treaty among his
Domocintio confreres. Eight De
mocratic Senator? aro pledged for
the treaty and Gorman hopes to
got four or five more. Five Silver
and three Populist Senators are
also counted ou.
A poll of the Sonato taken on
January 18th showed 59 for the
treaty with 4 or o doubtful.
Democratic opponents of the
treaty are losing heart, tho great
fight being made by Gorman and
Mo rutin demoinlizing their ranks.
Tlioy havo not now the necessary
JO votes to defeat tho treaty ami
cannot got them.
A leading member of tho Senate
Foreign Affairs Committee firmly
believes it will pass. TJiero have
bocii days during tho debate when
it could havo boon passed and
day 8 when it could not. Ton so in
charge of the treaty believe that
tho debate is beneficial and for
that rensou are not inclined to1
force a vote; henco it may bo a !
month or six weeks before one is '
In case the treaty is defeated,
tho future policy has not yet boon
agreed on. Mo3t probably Mor
gan's bill' will bo pressed, but
much doponds on tho feeling the
House develops Bhould tho treaty
Annexation leaders aro inclined
to view tho effect of President
Dole's visit as being more favora
bio to tho treaty than othorwiso,
although nothing was known at
"Washington of his intended com
ing. Ouo correspondent telegraphs
on the 23d that
after thoroughly canvassing tho
field tho chances ot tho iii6bnge of
the treaty cro strongrr than nt
nny provions time in tho light.
Two or three votes out
of six doubtful ouos were
needed with pood prospects
of getting four. Opinion ot pro
minent Pacitio Coant Sanators
wns that the tnnly would win, al
though it was not cortaiu but very
Charles Lino, chairman of the
National Silver party, is in AVash
iugton and doing good work for
annexation among Democratic
A nrivato lotter from ono of the
Senators who recently visited Ha
waii to a leadim.' business man in
"Wo havo had
on tho anuexa-
tiou question and at the present
hour it seems that wo aro on
tho Hood tide, but you may
look to seo many obbs before an
nexation is fiually accomplished.
We are proud of Schilling's
Bud baking powder because it
makes good biscuits and good"
cake, and does not do anybody
We wonder how the maker
of those cheap baking powders
A ScliUIIni; & Company ?.M1
bn I- raiu-i!io
THU VEltY IiATKHT.
A tolegram from Washington
on tho morning of tho 25th was
received in this city this morning
which states that the situation is
practically tincbauuod Friends
of tho treaty count 58 voles suro
and hope to secure tho othor two
by tho time tho voto is taken.
Several Domocratic Senators were
still doubtful and offered good
material for further argument.
The dispat h further says
that tho debate will run
seornl weeks yet, as it is bolioved
to ho having a good effect.
A San Francisco merchant
writing on tho morning the Aus
tralia left says that tho dispatch
of a warship to Havana by tho
Administration and tho coneon
trating of other vcssols in close
vicinity to that port is buviiiB a
good offect and will cauBo a rally
ing to tho Hawaiian cause of some
Senators who hive hold aloof bo
cause of non-action by McKiuloy
in Cuban affairs.
Cnuiln.lnii of Moi-tfnns Spt li
Wants u Vul Tnkcll.
President Dole in a Chicago in
terview freely discussed Hawaiian
domestic affairs but refused re
peatedly to talk of tho annexation
Senator Morgan concluded Lis
four days' speech to tho Sonato on
Jan. 20 on tho Hawaiian treaty.
Ho spoko for almost four hours
and wiieu ho finished thero wore
not more than half a dozen Soria
tors present. Ho discussed among
other questions the character of
the present Government of Ha
waii. He contended that the dis
position of the whites was to treat
the natives liborally and said, in
reply to a question from Senator
Hoar, that there was ouo native
iu Pi esident Dole's Cabinet and
fivo natives in tho Senate, while
the majority of the members of
tho House were natives.
Senator AVhilo is reported on
Jan. 21 as askiug Senator Davis
to fix a date for taking tho'voto on
annexation. Davis said he would
not like to do it, as so many Son
ators wanted to epoak on the
question. This in tho first time
Whito has boon sufficiently con
fident of onough votes to prevent
aunoxation to risk a voto.
A Washington dispatch of Jan.
23 says: The prosout outlook is
unfavorable to tho Senate's giving
much attontion to tho Hawaiian
j treaty during tliiB week.
I C. P. Huntington, tho railway
'king and nowlv announced an
Jnexation champion, is in A ash-
tiii: Hawaiian iiuai)stiu:i:t.
YMtTi-tluya Itiiiit Siiak i:ucuuru(.
liiffly of the llitItim OlltliMik.
Tho semi-monthly 'circular of
tho Hawaiian Mercautilu Agency
was issued yesterday afternoon.
Of the commoroiiil situation it
"Our reports for tho past fort
nipht nro uot of such a uaturp as
to cause either alarm or extremo
feelings of auy kiud.
"The volume of trado shades
sliglitly in a downward direction,
tho falling otf not being of sutli
cient magnitude to be noticeablo
"In retail trado cuts in pricpsin
certain linos aro noted and the
sigus aro already appearing that
tho samo causes that operato to
Jbriug prices down to a level cor
rospundini; to conditions in older
communities are to havo full
forco hero. Collections generally
aro not as satisfactory as dnriiig
tho first half of tho month."
Kjiutllnjr UU Cllioitr.
8.. F. Chronicle: Tho signa
agree that Speaker Heed is not a
self-seeking statesman. His Ha
walian attitude shows he-is not
out after votes.
Adjutant L. T. Konako will be
elected Captain of Company li
LATEST AMERICAN ITEMS
Various Matters in Congress and Acts
Talmage Harries Again Fatal
Spokane Parson Brown Makes
Clean 'Breast of Guilt.
Postmaster General Gary
quests Congress for an appropria
tion of S1G3,000 to iiieot a prob
able deficiency iu the freodeliyory
service for the current fiscal year.
II. E. Preston has resigned as
Director of the Mint. Ho" has
been connected with the U. S.
Treasury more than 42 years. The
President has named George E.
Roberts of Fort Dodge, la., for
Prosident McKinley nnd family
will visit tho Pacific Coast next
Senator Elkius haB introduced
a financial bill. Ono of its provi
sions is to allow national bauks to
bo established with S25.000 capi
tal iu cities of 30,000 population.
JosophMoKonna, late Attornoy
General, was to assume the dutios
of Associate Justice of the United
States Supreme Court on Janu
A bill has passed tho Senate
providing for tho investigation by
the Marino Hospital service of tho
origin and provnlenco of leprosy,
tho expense to bo not more than
The Goldon Jubilee of Califor
nia began with great success in
San Francisco on Monday. Pre
sident McKinley was to touch a i
Saturday night, Which
open the golden mining
Kev. T. do Witt Talmage, D. D.,
has taken abother wife -a Penn
sylvania widow named Mrs.
H. D. Money took tho oath as
Senator from Mississippi nn Jan
21. He lately wrote a magazine
articlo giving reasons for chang
ing to an annexationist
Senator "Walthall presented a
joint resolution adopted by the
Legislature of Mississippi urging
tho United States Govorumont to
intervene in the Cuban war on
behalf of the insurgents "poaco
fully it it can, forcibly if it
Prof. Campbell and party from
Lick, observatory, California, ob
tainod satisfactory observations
of the sun's eclipso in Iudia.
Charles F. Heed, who mined in
tho strcots of Auburn in May,
1819, died thero ou Jubilee morn
iug aged 73.
A. M. Davis of Hackonsack, N.
J., has dono up a lot of people
there ou a Klondike party
Acting Secretary Spaulding has
decided "that froight from Seattlo
for Alaska to ho transhipped in
JJritisb vessels at lintish (Join in
In'a ports is liablo to forfoituro for
violation of United States coasting"
Charles E. White of Seattlo left
his entire ostato to tho Thooso
phists. Royal makes tho food pure,
wholes oino an J dcllcWui.
ROYAl BAklNO POWOCIt CO. NfW VORK.
Tim oroat Earu block, .Spo-,
kaue, Wash., whs burned tho I
morning of tho 2.1th, and several
.. Mil 1
ZTZ ii,T " K
.. . ,
.0. O. Hrown, former pastor of
the First Congregational church,
San Francisco, suddenly appeared
beroro tho liay Conference ami
made a full confession of guilt.
Ho Slid he had repented loug bo
foro the charges were made. Tho
conference forgave him but pro
nounced him disqualified for tho
"Work has beou stopped on San
Francisco nostoflico foundations
owing to a strike of quick-mud.
I. Ml) ox tiii: taiii.i:.
Fnl of Mit
in Im tile IIoiina.
Houso of llepresenta
January 22, Mr. Hitt,
ot tho comtnittoo on
relations, reported back;eyftUV0 uu oi uinuiug eueci upon
with an unfavorable recommenda ilu UJe uimeu "lMM ol Amor
tion tho Lawis resolution, calling icn or tl,c ""public " Hawaii
on the Stat Department for a uutil "w ,n,B 'M hn ,)n?n
draft of tho Hawaiian annexation consented to and approved by the
trentv nnd for information as to majority of tut; vptofs voting at an
what constitutional way tho Pre3i
dent had to contract for the pay
..t .i tt.:: ,i,i,i ,ri nrwi
nnn .,t r . ,i.iin f.anr,.
Hitt explained that the resolution 5zm1 mal.e Rer?on8 f rr T! '21
i..i i t, fr,i oHi,niut0noaJ,,,Jyoars shall bo qualihod voters.
and as the treaty had been made
public thore was no necessity for
Mr. Bailey of Texts, the Demo
cratio leador, thoucht that the
latter part of tho resolution broach
question of importance and
i1. it i . i i '
one that could be inquired into
Hitt cut off further debate with
a demand for tho previous qucs "
tiou. Tho demand was sustained
Hailey declared that he was uu
willing to vote to lay on the ttble
a resolution which sought to obtain
tho President's authority for con
trading to pay out $1,000,000 of
the public funds.
Tho resolution wns laid on the
table, 121 to 105.
iio.Vor.ui.u uov noo 'i i:d.
Suit I'at Atmltlnir Dr. Sim Yvt Srn In
Tho English ollicials at Houg
kong, acting under instructions
from .Lord Salisbury, havo sur
rendered to tho Chiueso Govern
ment Dr. Sun Yet Son, who was
kidnaped by tho Chinese Embassy
at London two years ago and
Ho has been turned over to the
Chinese officers, and his fate, tho
dispatco adds, probably will be
death by torture.
Dr. Sun Yet Sen is tho Chiueso
Harvard graduate, who, it is
claimed, was organizing nn insur
rection against the present reign
ing dynasty in China. Ho re
coived his early education in lola
ni school, conducted by Bishop
Willis, Anglican, at Honolulu.
outers i.st xttiiiT.
l.thiL?" Xiimltriii Ht-tt tin Olil Putmltea
mill till. Hprttllltlra.
Willison's Circus was well pat
ronized last night. Chairs had
been redueed to 1 and gallery
soat-i only 25 cents. As was to bo
expected tho gallery was crowded. ,
Tho program was without a ilaw. '
Thore were many now features.
Another entertainment will bo i
given at 8 this evoniDg. Seats
will romain at tho reduced figures.
Fnri nil In Mi. I.nn l.
Palaraa Chapel tendered a faio
well reception to its retiring pas
tor, Rev. J. M. La wis, yes onlay
evening. Ttio little church was j
I filled with poople, Thero wore .
I several musical snlectious and
'recitations, following whioh Mies
1 Webb read resolutions of regret
- . i . . 'i
on tho departure of Mr. Lewis.
The preacher responded in feel
ing terms. Mr. Luwis rotiis to
day to accept tho pastorato of tho
church at Wailuku.
flftNfiRRNINfl THR TREATY
Fan Text of Senator Bacon's Proposed
Text of Senator Bacon's
i Nwr Plan for Prompt Annexation In Case
I the Treaty Falls In Which Speaker
Reed Gls Lett.
Washington, Jan. 20. Senator
Dacou of Georgia today followed his
action of yesterday iu offering an
amendment to tho treaty providing
for a ote upon it by the poplo
of Hawaii byo'fferiug tho amend
ment to Senator Morgan's bill for
annexation, thus making tho
amendment public. It is as fol
lows: ''That this act shall not be op-
election to be hold iu tho ' Hawai
ian Islands, at which election all
malo ua'ives of said islands of tho
iittoof 21 yoari, nnd
ouhi ciuuiiiui iu uu iiuiu hi a tiiuu
and in the manner, and under
regulations to be prescribed by
tho President of the Uuited
New Yoi k, Jan. 21. A Herald
:. i r- ... iir i i
8PcclH1 ir1 """won says
A new nliiu lins nonn urniinsoil
I IU1 III" (JIUIII1U UllUUAIIllUll ui nil-
f ii. .-.... ... ...: ...- rr..
wan in the event ot the failure
of tho nnnoxation trjaty iu tho
Senate. It contemplates to ihu
corporation of tho Morgan bill,
lookiuu' ti iinnoK-ttiou,' into tho
consular an I diplomatic appropri
ation bill Iu this form consider
ation of tho bill could not be pro
vonted by Spoiker lteetl.
Sonator Davis, Senator Morgan
jand other advocates ot annexation
js'ill believo the treaty will bo rati
i tied, and that it wilt not bo neco-i-Isary
to r-sort to annexation by
Washington, Jan. 23. Tho pro
sent outlook is unfavorable to tho
Sonnto'B giviag much attmtiou to
the Hawaiian troaty during this
week. The agrcoment to voto on
Thursday on tho Teller resolution
confirming tho doctrine, that -United
StnteB bonds aro payable in
silver at tho option of the Gov
erumoilt will, iu all probability,
result in the Senate's giving tho
major portion of ita time until that
date to this measure, with tho ex
ception of that necessary to tho
consideration of appropriation
j hill-. Senator Turpio has given
notice ol a speoch ou tho lellor
resolution this week, and it is ox
pectod speeches for it will be
mado by Senators Teller, Petti -
grew, White and others, and
that thero will bo somo addresses
in opposition. Senator Nelson
has oltored au amendment declar
ing for the mainteiianco of the
paiity of the two metals, but tho
silver inon, considering this pro
posed modification ho.stile to their
purposes, will not accept it. They
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dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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