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Vol. VI. No. 1159.
CAPTURE AND CONFESSION
Goro llalzo Landed In Jail for tbe Ewa
lit Mafcis Full Confession la Kona and De
scribes Ills Flight Has Very
0ro ..Hnizo, alias Saito, tbe
" Ewo Jnpaneso for whom a large
rowaul hits been offered on ilc
count of liis alleged complicity in
the death of a Japouese woman at
tlii plantation, camo down iu tho
Mauna Lo'i to.lny in cliargo of
Deputy Sheriff Liiziro of
Konn. Saito whs caught in
Honkonn, Kona, by Japanese
who hud b"cu sent out on the
track of tho fugitive. Ho is now
in a c;ll nt tho police station and
will bo brought up in tbo polico
court for a preliminary hearing
" tomorrow ruornini.
Chester A. Doylo, Japanese in
terpreter, sends the following ac
count of Goro flaizo'fl capture nud
full mi 1 free confession:
"When I arrived in Kona, ouo
of mj Japnneto dotectives, who
had been eeut up somo time pro
vioiiH, ciiiiih to mo and govo iu
formatiou of where tbo Jap wnB
Btnying, up ou tho mnukn road.
"I'll i en Japs nud a polico cap
tain iMmlo the raid and captured
tbe lutM ive. ' LIo ban since his
nriet.t made a coufcrsion of the
wliole nlT-iir, and he iu willing and
onij too giuLi to plead guilty pro-
vitl l iiiii Uovi'rnnii'u
punish him with death.
j; "Ho informed mo that ho ran
nway from Ewn to Wnimnunlo,
and tbeio was hid uwny by mem
bers of tho Sunri;-o club, which is
tho Jnpnupse highbinder nssocia
tion of Honolulu. When tbe
steamer Mtiuua Lou was reudy to
sail fir Ivoun ho ArefiHod up ns a
Japanese woman andean aboard.
"Hnizo condemns UeJupaneso
Staple and Fancy.
ui imci y
Everything useful and orna
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
for informing on him, and says
that he had a hard time in getting
shelter from tho Japs, as bo had
gomblod away all his money.
"Ho has been in jail for liircony
nud for assault ou n luua at
Snreckolsvillo. Duriua tho nine
years that ho has been in tbo
country he has been in juil four
und nhnlfyenta, so ho says, for
dilTereut offenses. Ho boluiiL's to
that class of Japanese which is
known ns tho 'KorotBiiki,' who are
the worst that como to this couu
Mr." Doyle" ndds that tho res-
ppctable Japaneso nro loud in
their prniso of tho vigorous action
of the Government, which was
t-llectual chietly through tho lib
einl reward of 8500 offered b
Jioni: on cam: iiouisus.
A Tan t nn Acre I.nit From Ich
Prof. Koebelo will return to
Kauai beforo long to continue his
investigation in tbo matter of tho
destructive enno borer,
chooses Kauai bocnuso this
is much more prevalent otfc
island than nuy othor in
It has boon found that tho cane
borer destroys during one seasou,
enough cnue to constitute a loss
of a ton to tho aero,
makes it imperative that
thing bo dono nt once.
Piof. Koebole slates that he
cannot hold out any (treat hope to
tho plauters of Kauai, that any
thing will bo found to destroy the
post. Certainly, tbore is nothing
iu tho islam! that will do the
work. The Jnpauese beetle p-irn-site
has been trid and, while this
fungus will attack tbe borors, its
effect amounts to almost nothing.
Indeed, tbo borer nro so tough
that nuts nud the like can attack
them iu largo numbers, without
Prof. Koebelo further slates
that it would pay the plantation
men to bavo tho borers picked
from tho cane by baud.
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HONOLULU, LI. I., ItftlDAY, MAHOH 3, 1899.
ROOM FOR SIX YESSELS
Mew Slip at Mouth of Nnnann
Decision Mads by Executive Conned Tills Morn
ing Kukul Street Opening anrt Its
Relation to Bishop Estate. '
As n result of deliberations in
council and inspection iu a body
on the ground, tho Government
has decided to construct a Inrgo
sljp at tbo mouth of Nuuauu
stream. This projected uow berth
for shipping will bo 500 feet in
length by 110 feet iu width. That
is (JO feet loug-r thau tbe uow
slip by tbo Pacific Mill wharf
with tho samo breadth. There
will bo '28 feet depth of water.
A wharf on either sido running
tho leuglh of the slip will berth
tbioo doepwater sailing vessols, so
that tho slipns a whole will nfford
room for six vo sels. Tbo locn
tion is approached from King,
Queen, Mauuakeu and Keknulike
streets. It is upon tho site of this
proposed slip that tbo dredge was
woikiug in puisuauce of the trans
formation of Nuuauu Stream dict
ated by tbo IJuiud of Health nltor
the Biego of cholorn iu 18.15.
Woik will beeiu ou tbo wharves
just hb boo i as tho retaining wall
on mo streum is completed.
The Executive Council this
moining also decided to proceed
with tbe opening f Kukui street,
making it a thorouyhluru cli-nr
from iS'uuauu street to lliver
None of tbo work will bo shared
by the Bishop E-itate, tho state
ment of n contemporary to ttiu
contrary. All tbut tbo Bishop
Estate dot's r-iuVio" 'matter is' to
waive bollermoutB, giving liht of
way iu consideration ot feuoiuK,
curbing, otc, to bo dono by tho
Government along tho 'COO feet
fioutugo of the Bishop property.
Bicycle Patrolman Niehon wmb
Bent out with a paper yesterday
to subpoena two Chinese wit
nesses. This morning they fniled
to appenr iu tho Police Court at
tbe proper time, and wore sent
nfter again. Wbon tboy did ap
pear, JudRO Wilcox sentenced
ooob to twonty-four hours' im
prisonment for coutompt of court.
A little Intern Chinaman nt tbe
back of tbo room nut on his bat
nnd remnined iu his seat. This
follow was ushered out So u
nft r this a Japnuese began to
talk nloud in th- court room, nnd
Oth'cor Toraa took him out. After
that there was uo further disturb
AljrT I'ropniri Iu Krvp 'Hi Placv.
Dt-tioit (Micb.)Fi-biuary 2:1.
Secrotary Algor nnd Secretary
Wilson left for Washington enrly
todny, Gonsral Aider's piivato
cur being tnken to Toledo ub n
special. Concerning a report
published today that the H.-cMn
ry intends to resign bin Ctbinet
position, General Algei's linsi
noss partner, A. S. Stnih. stated
positively today that the Secreta
ry bad no suoh intontion, and it
ho had ho (Mr. Smith) would cor-
taiuiy ;iavo been informed ot it.
PrlncsM Knlulutil Critically III.
Princess K'liulani's condition is
very much worse tbau when sho
camo back from Wniraen. Siuce
Saturday last, eho has been iu n
critical condition, the rheumatism
unving eproita to Uangorons parts.
Mra. McMIIUii Head,
Mrs. McMillau, wife of Dr. Mc
Millan of Nnalohn, Kau, died
Wedneedny morning lnt and wns
buried on tbo afternoon of tho
Homy Mnrtin of Wniohinu,
Knif, was verv ill when tbo Mautm
WORK OF KINDERGARTENS
Meeting of Board of Sopenlsors this
Reports from Various Committees Miss Pope
Tells of CrtHly to Child at Palaraa
Thero wn3 nn nvorago altend
nnco nt tbo meeting of the Bonrd
of Supervisors of tbo Preo Kind
ergnrteu and Children's Aid Aeso
cintion iu Emma Il.tll this foro
uoon. Reports from nil tbo com
mittees were hauded iu and action
Tbo vacciuation of childron in
tho various kindergartens is boiug
attended to nt tho present time.
This aftomoou, Dr. Hoffman will
vaccinato the children of tho Pn
lama kindergarten gratuitously.
The toachors wlio have acquired n
knowledge of nursing, will attend
tbo arnih of tbo children.
Word was received ftom Miss
Popo of the Palama kiudorpartou,
telling of the cruel treatmout of
an Hawaiian girl of ihat branch.
Tbo mother or guardian, she wis
not Mire which, was a woniau who
lnt her temper got the best of her.
At one time, recently, t-he bent the
littlognl with a hot tying pan'
nud, nt nut tber time, threw n knife
nt hor, cutting the nrm to tbo bono.
Alius Tope npp ateil to tho
Kindergarten Association in be
half of tbe girl. Uor plan is to
ten i her to tomo boarding school
if tbo money can he obtiiined.
Mihs Onstle, cliairmau of tbo
Japnuo-o kindergarten comuiittoe,
wb i leluiiu'd iu the loat,n vofetor
ita, tesigtifd and Mrs O. II Uu
Jjokrwiis nppoiuteil to her place.
""Tli'e yertrly enleud'ais havH boetf
omiiph t.'d nud will be distrihuttd
Miss Lawrence spoko of tbe dif
ferent c.o nit it ons iu which visitors
might happen to find tbo various
kindorgaiteus. Sumeono bad snid
soiuoihing nbout noiso. Miss
Lnwrouce oxplaiued that there
was au orderly ns well as n disord
At tho cIojo of tbo meeting, Mrs.
Hall spoke of n Mrs. WillinniB,
boio nt tho present time, nud hor
interest iu tbo associated charities.
She would speak iu the iT. M. O.
A. at nu enrly dato Bud it wns to
uo uopeu that tho women, inter
ested in charity work, would show
tlmt interost by beint! nresout.
Mrs. Williams' work was not to
obliterato various charities but to
so plttu the work that no overlap
ping wouiu result.
The Mnternity Homo Iuau for
the bonefit of tho Hawaiinu Belief
Society, takes plnce tomorrow, tho
hours being from 12 noon until 10
nt night. The Indies and friends
ot the Bociety aresparuiK no pains
to make tho affair a great success.
Strangers in tho city would do
well to nttoud tbo Iuau as it will
1)0 an excellent opportunity to see
UawiiH.il dishes at thoir best.
Tne tables will bo sot ou tbo pavi
lion on tbo grounds of tho Mater
nity Homo, Benttania stroets.
The Royal Baking Powder
was specially selected
for use in both the Army
and Navy because of its
purity, strength and per
fect keeping qualities,
which render it service
able tinder all conditions
of climate and tempera
ture. These qualities are
peculiar to the Royal
and make it indispensa
ble for domestic, as well
as Government use.
inn' hiiiwi4Ai liriiti ii
SECRETARY CLARK RESIGNS
He Will Retire from Agricultural Borcau
at End of April.
Park Idea of Hospital Flower Society-Mr.
Herbert DIssatlsOed with Small Area
of Land Granted the Ladles.
At the meeting of tho Board of
Agriculture this morning wore
present: Ministor J. A. Kiug,
presidont; Allen Herbert, E. W.
Jordan, Wrny Taylor, Tho. J.
King nnd Byron O. Clark, secre
Mr. Clark roporlod tho receipt
something loss thnn 10.000
flower nots nnd MG0 camnlmr
trees. Tho lattor had been plant
A communioition from the In.
lerior Department was ronpivwH
stating thnt tho Minister bnd
directed the nllotmout of n plot of
lint leflH illfin Iron nnrna ctlt.nl... I
nt Kowalo-ukn on tho north siile
ot Punchbowl street, for I bo use
of the Hospital Flowor Society.
Sir. Herbort gavo tho opinion
that tho nron wns not snlHoient
nnd besides tbo around wu
broken UP, In renlv In n rnmnrlr
from Minister Kint?. that ih
iinmmitleo of Indies Henmwl in lm
satisfied, Mr. Herbert snid bo wns
s irry uo could not hnvo boi'n
present nt tho conferoneo with the
Cabinet. It was not intended
merely to cultivnto tlowert on tbe
plot, but to mak) walks nud plant
kIihcIo trees. Iteplyiug to a ques
liou as to whero tho money war
to come from, hn nnid tln.f tlm
oolely had ouito n coodlv iiinnniii
of n sources. Tbo around was not
i-uitnblu for nny other purpose,
and, if the society had more or
it, a plnce would bo mndo of which
tho community ehould bo proud.
Minister King, answering a
question by Mr. Herbort, said it
would bo imnnsRildn In t.tnni n
titlo. Tho disposal of public laud
coma only no dono by public nnc
tiou. Fiually, tbo question was
loft to await an opinion from tbe
Mr. Clark read his resignation
ns Commissioner nnd Secretary,
to tako tffoct on Juno 30. Vet
ball v. ho stated thnt. u hint farm
ed the intention of retiring to on-
gngn m ins cuosen occupiitiou of
horticulture long before ho had
beeu iuformod thnt Mr. Herbert
intonded nt this raoetiug to n?k
ior uts resignation.
Mr. Horbert explained that his
objection to Mr. Clark was that
he could not servo two masters,
which ho wne trying to do with
the Board nnd his colonizntion
company. Ho ndmitted thnt Mr.
Clark hod been a valuable man
for tho country.
Mr. Clark wont into a, justifies
liou at length of his ndminislra
tion of tho office. Upon a motion
by Messrs. Taylor nnd Herbert,
thnt his resignation tnke effect nt
the ond of Mnrcb, Mr. Clark con
tendedod thnt it was not just to
give i him suoh short notice. Tbe
motion wn9 amoudod to April IK)
Ministor King, Mr. Jordnu and
Mr. Horbert wero appointed a
committeo to exnraino tbo work
nnd records of Mr. Clnrk. This
was at tbe urgent request of the
There was not timo loft to take
up tbo subject of silk culture", on
which Mr. Clnrk had n butch ol
letters to pro60ut.
Following is the fnll text of Mr.
"Departraont of Interior, Bu
renu of Agriculture nud Forestry,
Honolulu, Fobrnory 35, 161)!).
"To Hon. J. A. Kitiu. Presi-
dent; nnd tho members of the
uoard of Agriculture
"I horoby touder my resignation
ns Secretnry nnd Commisbionor of
tho Durenn of Agriculture nud
Forestry to tnko effect nt tlm end
of tbe fifecal year Juue 30th next.
-in aoing so, i am only carry-
ui,d 'iff'l ':ti& klj
PltlOE 5 Cknts
ing out what 1 have seriously con-
.v-iiiiiiiai ior some months.
inpintrd Tor some months, ftii--, va3
"I removed- to these Islau MJ6iS Pf) ff)mtt'r.
ie puipifA of Pniingintf iu scion'ljr; V
tllli! nnd tirnnlii.nl l,.i.-.,.,i..
aud bod entered upon this work in
an PxperimentHl way, hon this
position was toudered me; and it
wns with the expectation of on
gnging in my ehnsen profession
with better fncilitioi thnt I could
coinmnud personnlly tniit I oc
cepttd, ns inuuhnsfor tlio finan
cial remuneration. Owing to va
rious roasons, Ihonecescnn equip
meut for iind-rinking the work
tintliut-d hns not been provided.
W ben I was nbout discouraged
and ou tbo point of ti.kinu ibo
step now proposed, on the 22d of
Di'CHinher In-t n resolution wns
tmsscd bv tho Hoard fn onuiTnoMor.
the cnuinrnnnt nf nn rVn rin,,.,,i
btiitlou that might be a credit to
un, nun x iouk uew hope, only to
oe mo i wuii (tisippointmoot later.
"Under the preKont cuiditiou
rf affairs, I can noitber do jut-tic.)
to myself nor tbe Goverumont,
nnd it will be best for mo to re
sumo my ohosou work in a private
capacity, whore I ot hope I may
bo of service indiroctly to my
adopted country, by niding iu the
development of her wonderful
agricultural and lmrll-nltii.nl nna.
''TliankillL! tlin Unnrrl fur n.vir.
tesies extended mo in the past.
-j. am very respectfully veura,
'Dyhok O. Ci'aiik."
Cniiiimiiir mi li Cniuil.
Washington, February 23. Tho
Nicarsgua cnnnl quostion has
taken on a now phaeo which prd
mises victory for the friends 'of
the water w-y. Lor somo days n
feeling has been d.veloping that
the omnnttal of tbe Oovei'umeut
to tbo plan of btiibliug tbe canal
is all that properly can be done nt
this seubinii. Should n provision
be parsed which eives the Presi
dent power to uogothUo tho neces
sary trentios lor the cTesiou of
land and privihges for lho canal,
and should piovixtnu hinnndo for
c.irrying ou tho pr.dimiunry work,
this would bo Hiillicient for this
Sr-B'ion of Conuross. In chbo this
is accotnplished nothing more
tlwiu diplninntic work would be
possible before next session. Even
ith nu appioprintiou of S115,
OliO.UOO only the liist Bteps could
bo tnken botoro tbo mooting of tho
At n moeling of the Commission
ers of Education yesterday, there
wero pro'innt tbo following: Pre
sident II E Cooper, Mrs Jordan, .
1'iof Alexandor, CIibb Hopkins
and J Q Wood. Tho following
business wan transacted:
Mi-sen Camo Ilowlund, Kato
Phillip-, May Lauchlin and Edith
L IJeigermado additional teachers
nt the uow Pnlama school. The
teaching fore at Fort street will
be sent to tbo Palama school also
and this place turned into a uor
mnl nnd prnctieo school.
Tho Fobool nent nnd tho prin
cipal of tho Palama school wore
authoiized to appoint Miss Jose
phine) Wores, instructor in wood
carving nt Pnlnma.
Mrs lBabel Oroiuhton wns ap
pointed vice-prinoipnl of the largo
twolvo room ecbool house that is
to bo built nt Kulnoknhun.
a runt cimpe cream op tartah poworn
lllRhcst Honors, World's Fair
Qold fllcdal, Alldwlnter Fair
Avnlil llnUIni; I'nirdrni riirttnlnlni;
uluiii. "Ilirynru liijurluufto lii'Ultli