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OLASSIFIOA.I'IOJSr DOES THE BTJSIJSTESS 1
Vol. V. No. 1013.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SEPrEitfHEll 10, 189S.
Pit ion 5 Okxts.
WHICH CREW WILL WIN?
NEW TRIAL FOR DREYFUS MORE CABLE PUNS PLANTERS AND MERCHANTS HILO'S FIGHTING CHANCE
Myrtle and Lellanl Boys
Reapy for Work.
Events on Pearl Harbor Course Senior Race
Will Come First Excursion Trains
Officers In Charge.
Ho for t ho championship racea!
Pearl Unrbor the place.
First trnin for tho course at 1:15
and second at 3:15 p. tn.
Excursion tiokots aoventy-fivo
Trnius will roturn immediately
after the oveuta.
Henlnui colors Dluonud white.
Corn llo win- leis the proper tiling.
Myrtle colors Scarlet and
white. l(ea carnation lorn tne
Luilaui colora Black and gold,
llinia lois tho proper thing.
Buces begin at 1 p. in. sharp.
Tno hand will play to fill in the
The O. It. it L. Oo. has made
provision along tho waterfront for
tho crowds that will undoubtedly
do down to seo tho racps.
S'art will bo made from lowor
end of course at a pistol shot from
Finish will bo at imaginary line
from O. It. it L. wharf and stake
in the harbor
Pick tho wiunora from tho fol
lowing crows: ffrff
Souior Crow, Healani P. W.
Klolmhn, stroko; Dan Iteuear,
No. I); Uoury Williams, No. 2; C.
G.lthodes, No. 1; Maurieo Damon,
Junior Crow, Iloalam Paul
Jarret, stroke; 0. Boiaso, No. 3;
-J. Waterhouso, No. 2; Win. Will
iams, No. 1; D. L. Coukling. cox
swain. Sonior Crow, Myrtle Goo,
Angus, stroko; Leslie Sco-t, No. 3;
Percy Lishman, No. 2; Henry
Giles, No. 1; Arthur "Wilder, cox
swain. Junior Crew, Myrtle It. Itoss,
stroke; Dan Vida, No. 3; Albort
"Harris, No. 2; Goo. Martin, No. 1;
Arthur Wilder, coxswain.
Senior Crew, Loilani Prince
Cupid Kalauianaole, stroko; John
Lauo, No. 3; Win. Koaloha, No. 2;
Sam Woods, No. 1; Albert Lucas,
Loilani will outer no juuior
Following aro thoso in charge
of tho races:
Committoo of orrancomonts
Cbas Crauo, Guy Gera and W H
Judges W II Mclueruy. A W
Cartor oud H M Whitney Jr
Timekoopors F S Dod.-, Chri
"Willis, James L Torbert and A
Judges at Finish Cnptnin
Campbell and Cutiiiii Parker
I Starter One of thf ju l,ea who
will occupy a positi n in in
Tho nppearaueos and belting
would go to proclaim the Heal inn.
wmuois in tho souior race. Tin
juniou raco is um-oit'iin. It might
bo a good thing to watch tho Lei
lanis in tho sonior rnce.
Tho Myrtles and tho Leilanis
will retain thoir old stroke. The
Healanis lmvo something difTor
out. See which wins.
cAiuxirr caisis h.ypi:cti:i.
Itller Tim I It Will Corns With III
Madrid, Sept. 1. Tonight sov
eral members of tho Chamber of
Deputies lmvo oxpressod a strong
belief that a Cabinet crisis will
follow immediatolyon tho mooting
of the Cortes. Tho probable com
positiou of tho now Conservative
Ministry is boing discussed.
ff you want a nico Rubber tiro
k with a caroful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tol. 319,
and vo guarantoo you will bo
RESOLUTIONS CUT SHORT
The Hawaiian Bar Decides the Less
Details the Better.
Main Object to Preserve the Old System Me
morial on Antone Rosa's Death
A Bar Association.
At 9:10 this morning Attorney
Genoral Smith called tho adjourn
od meeting of tho Hawaiian Har
to order. Most of thoso prcBent
at tho first mooting woro there,
also J. K. Kahookano, Geo. Wil
liams of Hamakua, Lylo A. Dic
key and W. N. Armstroug. In
tho absence of Mr. Atkinson, Mr.
Mead acted as (secretary.
Mr. Noumaun presentod tho re
port of tho committoo on resolu
tions, which out tho draft down to
tho. first four propositions nmond
ed by tho committoo as in tho fol
lowing draft of momorial:
"Honolulu, II. I.,
"September 9, 1893.
"To tho Honorablo mombors of tho
"Acknowledging tho honor of
tho invitation extended by tho
Commission to the Hawaiian Bar
to express their views on tho sub
ject of tho judicial system of Ha
waii, wo beg to submit:
"That it is tho sonso of the Ht
waiian Bar that tho judiciul sys
tern of Hawaii should be contin
ued, as nearly as posiiblo, as it
exists nt present without any un
necessary chang-, and wq reooni
raeud: " 1. .That tho Supromo Court of
Hawaii continue to bo a court o
last resort oxcontinf onlv no tn
such matters as may bo within
tne jurisdiction of a i'ocleral Court.
" 2. That a Fodoral Court bo os
tablished in Hawaii with tho rnimn
jurisdiction as that oxorcised by
Federal Courts in tho soveral
" 3. That tho nrosent nvntnin nt
a purely appellate Supromo Court
and Circuit Courts for each isl
and and District CouriR fnr mind
district, bo proserved.
"1. That tho Judges of courts
of record in tho Torritory other
than tho Federal Judge bo ap
poiuteu oy tno uovornor of Ha
waii bv and with tho ndvinn nml
oonsent of tho Souato of Hawaii,
to hold office according to tho pre
sont tenure, and to recoive such
compensation from the rnvnmmn
of tho Territory as may bo appro
priated by tho Territorial Govern
ment." Mr. Hatch explained that the
onimittoe had thought it best to
have the icsulutions confined to
ho structuro of tho Judiciary. If
they weiit into matters of practiso
and procedure the adoption of
dieir recommondotions might bo
inibirrasMtig, as the Act of Con
"ess would bo virtually tho Con
di' ution or Basic Law of Hawaii.
Mr. Neuraauu, in answer to tho
chairman, said that tho aim of the
first two seotious was to have our
systom shaned on that nf Mm
States instead ot that of the Torri
Continued on eighth page.
Itoyal make Hie loud pure,
wbolMome and dellcloai.
Xfrtt BAMHO PODM CO., NfW VOK.
People Stirred to Demand
Anglo Gorman Alliance On the Tapls-
Spaln's Commissioners Rhodes
New York, September 2. A Sun
cablo from Pari savs: At last it
may bo afiirmod with a reasonable
degreo of certainty that tho pri
sonor of the Isle du Diablo will
soon bo brought to Franco and
rettied for a crime of which ho
was illegally condemned. Tho re
vision of the D yfus sentence has
not yet been voted by tho Cabinet,
but sovon of tho Ministors aro
known to favor it, wo of them,
Mm. Cavaignac and Mnruejouls,
Minister of War and Minister of
Commorco, respectively, oppose,
or rather counsel delay. Cavaignac,
becauao ho has not yot finished his
investigation and is. still confident
that Dreyfus is guilty and Marue
jouls becauao business ia bad and
tho country would suffer sovcroly
by the disturbance of trado which
would certainly follow a great ua
lional scandal and oxcitoment. But
tho French pooplo, ovou army
oflicors, recognize that revision is
inovitnblo and public sentiment ia
wisely domaudiug that tho crisis
bo brought to tho quickest possiblo
Popular exasporatiou, now that
the pcoplo seo how easily thoy
wore fooled while tho rost of tho
world outside of Franco was not
deceived, grows greater instead of
subsiding. It will not permit the
present impossiblo situation to
long continuo. Tho decision of the
Govornraont may bo delayed for a
few days to permit Cavaignac to
li n is u ms inquiries, and in hopes
that public excitomont will sub
side. Thoto will not bo a special
session of tho Ohambor of Depu
ties, as was reported yesterday.
Every effort will bo made to avoid
tho summoning of Parlii.mont,
oven if the Cabinet splits.
ANdLO aEIUtAN ALLIANCE.
London, September 2. A re
port was current horo today that a
treaty of alliance botweon Great
Britain and Germany, on tho linos
of tho speooh of Mr. Chamberlain,
tho Secretary of State for tho
Colonies, was actually completed
SPAIN'S TEACE COMMISSIONED.
Now York, S'ptjmbor 2. A
Sun cabio fi.uu Mtdiil says: A
bill author-zing a conclusion of
peaco will bo submitted to tho
Cortes Mondiy. Tho Peaco Com
mission Inn lvn d'fiuiiely mado
up as follow : Sonorea Vdlarutia,
Castillo. M. ntero and Itioi. Pro.
sident of the Sonato. Tho Duko
of lotuan declinod to serve.
SPANIARDS FOIt PHILIPPINES.
Madrid, Soptombi r 2 It whs
learned toniuht that thu Snnniidi
Government has icsuo 1 a decree
assembling an nnny of 110,000
men for active soivice in the Phi
lippines. CECIL 1UIODEH ELECPED.
Capo Town, Soptombor 1. Ce
cil Rhodes, the former Premier of
Capo Colony, has boon olootod to
represent Berkeley Wont in tho
:iia.miii:iu,ain has n.ii.i:ii.
I)liilllii;uUlll-i lirltliu a Cumliii: u (he
London, Sept. 1. Amout; the
passengers on tho steamer Majes
tic, from Livorpool for Now York,
yesterday aro Joseph Chambor-
lain, Secretary of Stato for tho
Colonies, and Mrs. Chamberlain.
They will remain in tho United
States several weeks. Mr. Cham
berlain goes on privato family
Scrymser Company Moving Along With
.Line By Aleutian Islands Planned Going
to Japan for Subsidy Plenty of Honey
Now York, September 1. Im
portant dovolopmcuts in tho plans
for an American cablo connecting
tho now possessions of tho United
States in tho Pacific with San
Francisco and with branches to
Japan and Australia woro decided
upon at a meeting of tho directors
of tho Pacifio Cablo Company in
tho office of J. P. Morgan & Co.
Plans havo already been matured
for tho laying of n cablo starting
from San Francisco and touching
at Honolulu at an island iu the
Caroliuo group, from which a spur
will run to Australia, tho main
lino continuing to Guam, in the
Ladrones, and then branching
again, ouo spur running to Manila
nnd anothor to Yokohama or To
kio. It was decided, however, to
add to this a duplieato system,
starting at Sau Frauclsco aud
running up tho Pacifio coast to
Sitka, in Alaska, touching ngaiu
at the Aloutiau islands and con
necting with tho othor lino in
Tho directors decided to begin
work nt onco on surveys for this
lino, aud James A. ScryinBer,pres
idont of the Pacifio Cablo Com
pany, started to-night for Van
couYer, whoro ho will sail on
Soptomber 12th for Japan. The
object of his trip is to mako con
tracts with tho Japanese Govern
mont and obtain from it a subsidy
of at least 8100,000 annually, for
which, in return, tho Government
of Japan will havo freo tolegraph
privileges for twenty years.
The cost of tho Sitka and Alou
tiau islands branch cannot bo
determined until the surveys nro
mado, but tho southern route, con
ncctiug tho new island possessions
of tho United States, with spurs to
Australia and Japan, will cost
about 10,000,000. It will involvo
iho laving of about 10,000 miles
M'KIXLIiV II0.VOIIS TIIK IWAD.
IlKwrrnco of the Prealilent (n Mvetlnir
Now York, Sopt. 2.-While on
its way to tho Fifth-uvonuo Hotol
today the carriago containing
President McKiuloy, Yico Presi
dent Hobart and Privato Socrotr.
ry Portor, mot a dotail of tho
Sovonly-first New York Reciment.
escorting tho romainsof Corporals
Shold aud Immon, who woro killed
in tho charge of San Juan hill, to
tho coraotery. "
With reverential respect tho
Prosideut and his party romoved
hoir hats. Tho President's head
was lowered and ho seoined to be
deoply affected by tho spectacle
L'ha President's carriaco followed
tho funoral cortego a couple of
locks down Fifth avonuo, bolow
1'wonty third street and then ro
urned to tho hotel.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery.
231 King Street.
His been appoltiteJ ajent in the Hawaiian IstanJs
fur the famous
Bicycle's mil known (or their ability to lanj harJ
Tlio arc LOW In rrlce but HIGH In quality They
line MORGAN & WKIGIirS DOUIILL- TUIIi:
rikl.S, Hush Joln(, I'auber hanger, II lllin.k chain
iitU eviry mojern iinproicment. tliumel anJ tinlsti
ru.il to any. Pully 'guarantee.! a to material and
workmanship In eery way equal to high prkeJ ma.
ihlnet lor harJ work an J wear. PrUe spot cash $40 00
Ladles ana Kentlermn's In stock
Contrails taken to repair all punctures and ketp
bike In good order at $1,00 per month,
More Memorials Placed Before the
Don't Urge Contract System Territorial Gov
ernment and Restricted Franchise Asked
Shipping and Tariff.
Tho momorials of tho Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' Association nnd
tho Honolulu Chamber of Com
mcrco to tno Commission
made public this morning.
The Planters go to eomo lengths
iu stating why governmont bv a
Commission should not bo coneid
ered in future Hawaiian Inws.
They ask for a territorial form of
govornmout similar to that now in
voguo iu tho United States, aud
that tho appointed officials shall
bo bona fide roaidouta of tho terri
tory. A reatricted franchise similar
to that required by tho present
constitution of tho llopubho of
tiawau is favored.
Tho planters opposo an clectivo
judiciary and ask that the prenout
system bo continued so fnr as pos
Labor conditions ore reviewed
very extensively. Continuation of
tho pons! contract systom is not
urged. Tho summing up of tho
labor requests is as follows:
"Wo respectfully requoat there
fore that, until it cau bo asccr
taiued whether or not a sufficient
number of Amcriau laborers cau
be obtained to moet the industrial
requirements of Hawaii, tho ex
tension of tho JuiU immiuratiou
lawa of tho United States, more
particularly those portions thereof
which prohibit the ndvauco by an
employer of tho passage money to
a laboror to Hawaii, may be do
lay od in order that tho main in
dustries of tho country may not
be eubjectod to tho severe strain
and loss which will certainly oco ir
if tho eutiro labor p dicy of the
country is suddenly reversed and
its supply cut off beforo a now
source of supply is opened up."
Tho Chamber of Commerce
favors a torntoriil form of gov
ernment, lis most important requodt is
iu connection with shipping lrtivs.
A delay of tho extension of the
coastwise shippiou laws to Ha
waii is desired. Tiieso laws ro
nuiro that nono but American
ships shall engage iu carrying
trade botween ports of tho Uuitoil
Tho reasons givon for this ro-
quest arc: Tho deep sea ships
under tho Amoncau flag aro lim
ited in number.
Tho increaso in tho Hawaiian
sugar crop calls for shipment of
Homo IbU.UUU tons of sugar around
the Horn to Now Kork.
Largo vessels are required for
''It is moro than doubtful, it iV
almost certain, that the number of
vessels required to transport this
large amount of froight togothoi
with tho othor oxports from Ha
waii to tho United States cannoi
he obtained from among the Am
ricnu mercantile marine
"if tho crop could bo distributed
ovor tho ontire year, this might be
accomplished, but practically th
entire amount must bo shippoJ
from Hawaii within tho period of
"Loss would bo suffored by mer
withdrawal from this port ol
steamers Hying foreign ilags,
"Tho result of tho immediate
application of tho United Statoa
coosting laws to Hawaii will be to
shut out 11 very largo proportion
of tho prnsont stenm communica
tion botweon Hawaii and other
ports, thereby roduomg tho mail
aud shipping facilities by that
"This will bo particulaily diaaa
trous to tho fresh fruit industry of
Hawaii, which depends fo its ah
aoliito oxistonco upon froquont
and rapid Htnam eomm' mention
ConliiiMi'il on eighth un;e.
By Furnishing Business Will Ha?e
Regular Coast Steamer.
Conference" Between Business Hen and Manager
or S. S. Columbia-Satisfactory Under
Hilo, September 9. Tho Tri
bune tomonow will contain a
news article of which tho follow
ing is a condensation:
Thero was a c inference last
Thursday evening nt tho Hilo
hotel, between the principal busi
ness men of tho town, nnd tho
maungersof tho stcamtdiip Colum
bia and others connected with tho
business interests of .Seattle.
J. W. Mason, representing Iho
Hilo Board of Trade, said that tho
Hilo buainoas mou wero presout
to gain nil possible "information
relative to the Seattle trade, ns
well as tho proposed courso of tho
steamship comunny, and, on their
part, to set forth tho Hilo possibi
lities. Nothing would suit Hilo
but that it might be the find nqd
last port of call on tho round
trip. At presout a profitable
trado to tho stoamship lino
could not be promised, but its de
velopment was nssutcd if oncour
ayotl by tho line.
Mr. ItllrlilHT mniinrrrtr nf Mm
steamship, in r.-ply emphatically
coniramcicu reports unit no uud
mado disimrHfitif. Htiitmetit rn-
garding Hilo. Ho explaiued that
tno two captains of the Columbia
U'lin I tin indtilr nf tuvi iiiniiii.ii.ru
.. ..... .H..U..,U.U,
one of whom had been dismissed
beforo sailing hut stowed nway in
tho VOSSel. Ouo of the eimriina.
Mr. Smith, haJ consented to act
as sailiug master, aud Captain
.uiinor was in lull charge. Un
tho next trio (hern wmihl hit nnnn
of tho discreditable scenes attend
ing tho iuitial voyago to Hilo.
In reply to Mr. Souza, tho man
ager said just as mauy steamer
wouni ue un mailed as couiu D
loaded, to uiu as often as therq
'Mis a cargo to carry.
Mr. Souko, e,dd; "If you wju
give ns a iittio time, wo V.'!!! ftlr
IHSh (IS llini'll liiinfinna nml nllinr
fruit as you can curry."
iur. liurliug repliod that this
was just tho kind of information
ho Wanted. 'I'lm Hlniunnr uNia ,,,,.
dor contract to mako four moro
trips to Hilo for exclusions. Cap
tain' Chilcot, one of tho most buc
cobsful trauaportatim managers of
tho Northwest, was baek of tlm
lino. It had ohoien nf four trmm.
contiuoutal railways and was pro
pared for througn business both
ways between the Count imrl V.nai.
em oitios, Better rate could bo
made than through San Frnu
ciaco. Paasonger rates botween
Seattlo aud Hilo would bo 75,
with 20 percent on for round trip
(ickots. Thrt was great enthu
thusiasm iu the Noith west, ovor
the island trade. Freight between
Hilo and San Francisco wos now
:i7fj a ton. If the Hilo people
would pay f0 cents a ton higher,
which would bo more thnu offset
by tho lowor prices of noods in
Seattle, tho company would run
Continued on eighth page.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
K Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEAP.S THE STANDARD,