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Vol. VI. No. 1175.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1899.
Pkiob 5 Oknts.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
Henry Holmos has filed his re
port as appraiser of the estate of
Stephen Spencer, deceased. The
personal property is in tbo form of
debU due the estate, principal and
interest nmonnting to $42,012.55.
The real proporty is nppraisod
thus: Lot and buildings on Nuu
nnn street, $28,448; laud and build
intra in Hauhuukoi, Honolulu,
$2713; lHnd and buildings at Po
uliulnbulo, Hopolulu. SlUGS; land
in Kahuna, Koolaupoko, 8494;laud
in Hanulo, Koolaupoko, $219. To
tal value of real and pergonal pro
Schedules in the enso of M. J.
Silvn, bankrupt, of Knpiia, Kauai,
Bhow dobts of $4578 GO, against
which thorn is personal proporty
valued at $5495.
Decision on domurrer was re
served by Judgo Perry this morn
ing in the enso of S. Ahmi vs.
James Asbford and A. V. Maroial,
bill for specific performance. Ea
noakua and Johnson for complain
ant; 0 Brown for Maroial.
The Edwards caae was before
the Supremo Court this moruiue.
Mr.yHvis, at noon recess, was in
the? midst of an nranment that
sine- annexation th indictment of
a grand jury in nooes-ary to con
vicliun for infamous crime.
lull WnttkoaiB Conlrnct.
Bids wore opened today for the
erection of a largo two-story ware-hou-o
for E. O Hall & Son, Ltd ,
at Allen and Kekuanaoa streets,
Esplanade. They wore as fol
lows: HLKerr&Co $ 10,511
Lueas Bros 9.385
J Ouderkiik 9 223
U Thomas 9,155
FHarnsor .'.... 8,782
Mr. Harrison g-ts the contraot.
Some fifty--convalescents and
several trained nurnes left for
home it, the Australia yesterday
Staple and Fancy,
Household necessities a spe
cialty with us.
You'll find them best and
cheapest, quality consid
WAVGRLEY BLOCK, BETHEL STREET
Established 1851 Leaders 1800
"- I, -1
" ) t
To-day's Honolulu Stock
C. Brewer & Cot ,oo,ooo.
1 0,000a 1 ,000,0001
Am Sue rCo.Au 750.00015,000
AmSuCo.D d tlD 7(0.000.'
Ew Plant'n Co 1,000,000 M.000
llamoa Plan Co uj.oooj 1,750
Haw n Aer. Co 500,000) 5,000
Haw'n Sue Co a,ooo.oorfio,ooo
Honomu Su Co 100,
Honokia S Co i.ooo,
Haiku SuearCol 500.
Kahuku Pl'n Co,' vn.
Koloa SuearCo 300,
Kona SuCo, As 310,000 i,oo
Konaco pa up1
Oahu b IP d up)
Onomea Su Co
1,800,000 18 000
I'aaunau a i'i.o
Pacific Su Mill
Pila Plant'n Co
Pioneer Mill Co
3 000,000 o,ooo
Walluloi Su Co
Wilder S S CJ
lirt.tr-M S N Col
Haw'n Em Co
Mutual Tele Co
p d up
Haw Gov.oper c
Oahu Ry&L Co
35 Ookala Suear Co 144
50 Ookala Sugar Co 145
40 Paauhau " 4oJt
33 Paauhau 4o.
140 Paauhau 4oM
10 Hawaiian Electric 105
10 r a Plantation 363
10 Ea Plantation 375
50 Hawaiian Suear
13 Ookala Suear Co 145
50 Walalua Assessable 95
30 Hawaiian Agricultural Co 350
Paauhau Suear Plantation was listed and called (or
the first time today.
Pollen Court Note.
The case of Dive Richards,
charged with assault and battery
on 8. Stone, was nolle pros'd in
the Police Court this forenoon.
Herbert Blanche, charged with
truancy, was reprimanded. Ea
liulu, charged with deserting the
contract Bervice of W. H. Gum
miugs, was ordorod to return to
useful and orna
jfe Jf itl'- uW-fe inVi' 1 f i;TiiJ5''ft.tmJafetiiMEi
He Speaks of Attempts to Mlntsterpret
Reference to Father Hecker -Ireland's Posi
tion on Spanish War University
London, March 10. The Rome
correspondent of ihn Daily Ouroni
clo tfleurapbs the substance of an
interview he has bad with Arch
bishop Ireland, in whioh the lat
tor explaiiis his attitude toward
"Heckoriem" and his course da
ring the HpnniBh American war.
Thi corrpspondeutdescribes Arch
bishop Ireland sb having the
"fitern, benevolent face of an
apostle" and as "terribly in earn
est," remarking that "the follow
ing colloquy may bo takon as a
message to his friends and a rei'ly
to the misinterpretations whioh,
though unintentional, ho con
siders damaging to a great cause."
Tho Archbishop proceeded in
this wi8o: "Let me bpgin by die
connecting the new word 'Heck
orism.' I knew Father Hecker
well, and; like great minds, ho
bad views peculiar to himself.
One of those was the dinct in
spiration of the Holy Ghost.
This apparently daring doctrine
meant little mnro than that godly
help is not wanting to those dis
playing initiative. I frequently
told turn he was ambignous and
would b misunderstood, and this
Arohhiihop Irelnnd proceoded
to explain tho importance attached
to the natural virtues, and said:
"We maintain, especially regard
inir the olergy, that temperance
and truthfulues-i, for instance, are
so ueceesary that they cannot bo
supp'anltu by any purely devo
tioiml Gilelity. Ao iutemperate
priest sterilizes his mission. A
priest who stretches personal
casuistry to prevarication and
mentnl.reHorve only juatifios the
enemies of tbo church in affirma
tions which, though false, are
heard far and wide."
The archbishop then" warmly
protested against what ho de
scribed as tbo groundless charge
that he is inimical to tue religious
orders. Ho said he believes there
is no nobler ideal conceivable
than the monastic vows, but bo
objected to parochial or education
al enoroaohment of the "regular"
clergy (those identincd witu reli
gious orders or bound by monaBtio
vowhJ upon tho "secular" clergy
(those not so identified or bound).
The epipcopucy and its subhier
aroby are, hoaid, tho real found
ation of ecclesiastical work.
Referring lo the attempts tho
Jesuits had male in the United
States to prevent the establish
ment of tho Oatholio university nt
Washington, Ireland said: "They
wanted it thomselvoA, but tbo
Pope pointedly warned mo not to
allow the American bishop to bo
oaucht in their toils. My views
on this subject are identical with
the late Cardinal Manning's. To
insinuate that Americanism means
tbo transformauoo of tho religious
orders to tho melting pot is a
calumny. The Jesuits havo pro
duced countless saints and uavo
their own exalted miesiou, hut
American Catholicism requires a
priesthood deeply imbued with
natural and civil virtues."
With reference to tue war,
Archbishop Ireland said: "Bo
foro it broke out I wns pro-Bpan-isb;
but when hostilities com
menced I forgot everything ex
cept that I was an American citi
zen, anointed to lovo and to servo
Vouliff Lawjrrr'i Triumph.
A. L. 0. Atkinson, tbo young
Hawaiian born attornoy, is being
highly praised in legal circles
generally, as well as by counsel
with whom he was associated, for
his part in tbo Columbia sale case.
Ho had charge of the ovidenco
for tho purchaBor, besides giving
opinion for tho argument which
stood the judicial test.
' Cabinet Crisis Sequel. K
There Is an Interesting sequel to s
the Cabinet crisis tuld by the K
friends of W. O. Smith. It Is
stated that until he ran up against W
Mr. Damon's opposition, Mr. Dole g
yas disposed to favor the views of g
Mr. Smith and his friends on mat- M
ters relating to public policy. Find- 9
Ing that the matter had reached a
point where the Cabinet members W
could not agree to disagree, Mr. 3
Smith made known his Intention of
demanding action on his reslgna- S
tlon. Mr. Smith thereupon out-
lined a statement of his position for eS
Thjs statement Air. Smith sent to kj
Mr. Dole and Mr. Dole returned It S
The conclusion Is that Mr. Dole SJ
found himself between the devil a
and the deep blue sea, and the k
oplnloiis of Mr. Smith's friends re- y
gardlng Mr. Dole's hesitancy, lack g
of posltlveness and general shlftl- S
ness of action are expressed In quite S
positive terms. Mr. Dole continues Jj
to maintain a "dignified silence." k
Child rrn'a M'Klnrr.
At tho invitation of Mr. 0. S.
Desky, tho children nnd teachers
of the Freo Kin lergartun School
will be given free ndmixsion to
tho Orpheum theatre matinee on
Saturday afternoon first; tickets
for which can be obtained at tho
offices of Ltruco Waring & Co.,
Progress block. Tho program will
be specially adapted for the
amusement and instruction of tho
young folks aud will include the
wondorful tricks ot rrnf. Martin a
highly educated troup of dons.
This will ho object lesson as to
the capabilities of these dumb but
faithful friends. Teiiohern of other
sohoiils can avail themselves if the
opportunity of having their pupils
attend this matinee nt greatly re
duced rates by applying to Mr.
Post at the Orpheum prior to tho
show. The ordinary gonoral nd
mission will bo twenty-five cents
to any part of the house.
Kce L.unir Maru In Port.
The Japanese steamship Koe
Lung Maru, Sobajima master,
arrived in port and hauled aloug-
side the Pacific Mail wharf at
about 8:45 o'clock this morning,
having sailed from Kobe, Japan,
March G with G cabin and G13
steerage passengers. Dr. Day,
upon examining tho immigrants,
made the number GIG or two more
than tho nuinbor on tho papers.
Tho Koe Luug Maru will havo
both passengers and cargo out by
this ovening but she will not re
turn to Yokohama until Saturday
or Sunday as tbo captain wishes
to remain hero four or fivo days.
T. H. Davie & Co. are tho agents.
Assifllaut Seoretary Brock of tho
Y. M. C. A. is getting up a hand
ball tnurnntnent in singles and
doubles. Tho matches will be
played each Saturday night for
three or four weeks. The players
are already getting into practise
The Hawaii rUlltrny.
Attorney General Coopor Iibb
under considointion the form of
contract with tho Hawaii Railway
Company, as pirt of its pending
charter, under the provisious of
the general atatuto
Do not, because the alum
baking powders may be a
little lower in price, risk
your health by using" them.
Royal is a pure Baking
Powder, free from alum,
and makes healthful food.
It is really more economi
cal in use than the lower
priced powders, because it
is of greater strength and
ARRESTED ON AUSTRALIA
Two Waiters Taken Ashore by Police
Allowed to Go' Aboard .gala Charged wltb
Assault and Battery - Story of
Filipino vs. Americanos.
Tbero was considerable excite
ment aboard tbo Austrxlia yester
day afternoon just as that steamer
was about to cait off her linos
Police officers rushed nboard and
arrested two of tho waitors on the
charge of assault and btttory on
Frank Costa, a Filipino. The
men woro taken ashore by the
officers but woro allowed to retuin
aboard a little later, Captain
Houdletto and the chief steward
making tbomsolves responsible
for tho appearance of the ineu
upon tbo return of tho Australia
to this port, April 12.
The arrests grew out of trouble
between Reori, ouo of tho waiters,
and Costa, Pur-er MeCotnbo'n
boy, on tho night of March 10.
Tho two had a diepute over a nap
kin whioh resulted in the Filipino
being struck in tho faco by Reed.
Tho Filipino, it ia alleged,
crabbed a knife and started afior
Reed, whoreupon, boujo of tbo
I at tor's friends jumped in and put
tho finishing touches on Costa.
All was quiot aboard for n short
time. Then Roed got a ine-isagM
from Costa asking him to come
down on tho Oceanic wbarf, wheio
the troublo could be Gxod up.
Suspecting troublo, Roed went
down the gangway accompanied
by two or threo of his friends
Costa was 8?on standing ou tho
wharf with a long kuifc up Iiih
Bleeve. Tho handle was wrnppod
in a napkin.
Costa was asked if he hud a
knife, whereupon the fellow do
posited the weapon ou a pile of
wood and walkid away. He wns
arrested later and, upon being
searched at the police station, tho
napkin was found on his perxou.
Tho knife was picked up aud is
now at tho police station.
Ooeta put up bail nnd yostorday
just before tho Australia's tiiuo of
departure, got out n warrant of
arrest for Reid and Burtlett, a fel
low waiter, with the above, result
Company C to Camp Out at Rrmnnd
atom Over Nunday Next,
The election of a successor .to
Colonel J. H. Fisher, as co'ni
mandor of tho First Rogimeut, N.
Q. H., will be held at headquar
ters in tho Bungalow at 7:30 Sat
urday evening. In the almost
certain event of promotion to fill
the office, an election to till tue
vacancy below and so on to tho
last, will be in order under the
Lieut. Colonol J.W.Joues is the
only candidate mentioued for col
onel. To fill his place the ouly one
heard of is Major 0. J. McCarthy,
commanding tho 1st Battnliun.
And for the successor to that com
mand the solo candidate is Captain
Gamara, commanding Co. 0
Af tor., tho oleotion Oaptnin Ca
mara will raaroh his company to
the railway station, leaviug the
drill shod at about 8:30, to takn
train not later than 9 o'clock for
Romond Grove. Co. 0 will theio
camp out over Saturday and Sun
day nights, returning to town ou
HTOCK DKUNO TALK.
At a meeting of tho Ookaln
Sugar Co. today, it was unani
mously dooided to reduce tho pir
value of shares from $100 to $20.
This is understood to bo for facili
ty of handling in San Francisco.
Twenty-five snares of Ookala woro
reported on change today as sold
at Ml and 145.
It is stated that Honomu will
pay G5 per cent in dividends this
Ewa Bold ou tho street today M
The 1805 Claims.
Sj It Is not unlikely that the Hawal-
a lan oovernmeni win ere long De re- a
k quested by the United States Gov k
j ernment to pay the amount of the W
g compromised claims of certain for- 8
S elgn residents for alleged Illegal im 3
N( prisonment during and for some time
S after the Insurrection of 1S05. The
K claims have been abated In amount
by compromise rather than Incurring
Nthe large expense of arbitration.
This Government has all along re
fused to recognize the chlms In
question, on the ground that no pun-
b ishment was InllkteJ on the claim- B
W ants beyond confining them In the K
jj Interest of public order. 1 he claims g
3 were pressed by the Governments In- 9
S tereted, however, on the proposition ?J
9 that the Hawaiian Government of- A
s fered no actual defense for Imprison- a
k ing the claimants. Further, the fact K
W that, In the case of Djnwell, this W
g Government had Investigated, rccog- S
S nlzed and paid the claim, was urged J
s as reason why It should, with regard
s to the other claimants, have at least b
k granted an Investigation. k
Mr. Ktmnr't Po.l.
Mr. W.J Kenny, lately acting
nritixh Commiusioner here, will
depart iu the Htesmsbip Hong
kong Maru on Fridny for Lib new
poht. This hat Hakodate, wbero
Mr. Kenny will havo Iiih office as
Consul for tho northern i-lumls of
Japan and the Kuril ifdauda. It
i the pnut that lie desired on no
count of its exceptionally good
health conditions. Hakodnto is
he ouo ci'y ot Japan noted for its
wlioleHomeuesa. It bus a good,
stiff wiuter of six mouths. Tbero
is nuy amount and vnrkty of
hunting, which is just to tho hoart
of such a di-voteoot outdior sports
a- Mr Kenny. Another thing
that makis tho prospect ecpjcially
pleasiuu to the C iimiI is that his
bent for ethnological study will
have full pluy among tho purely
ahongintl tribes of bis jurisdic
tion. Mr. -Kenny will carry
heiieo the general aloha of all
nationalities, aiid the positive af
fection of Brititdi rosideuts and
tho Honolulu Cricket Club mem
bership. Hldrwwlk lllektd.
Two large dray loads of pianos
for Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., com
pletely blocked the walk iu front
of their stoio this morning, to
such an extent that tho polico.de
pnttmout requested tho removal
ot same netnro intending pur
chaseru could close their prospec
tive purchases, ilio celebrated
Voae and Kingsbury pianos are
tho names of this now importa
tion by tho wellkuowu music de
partment of Wall, Nichols Co.
Messrs. Bishop & Co.,
Agents of tho Manhattan Life
Ins. Co., of New York.
Gentlemen: Wo take pleasure
in acknowledging the promptness
with which our claim of Three
Thousand and Nine Dollars and
Ninety-ouo Cents against your
company, under policy '25.838, in
suring tho life of tho late Hon. H.
A. Widomnuu, Iisb been settled.
Yours verv truly,
(Sic.1) J. M. l)ovnr.TT,
ig.) I . W. Maofaiilane.
onololu. H I., March 15,1899.
A rUBt CRAPE CRtAM or TARTAR POWOIR
(oig.) I . W. Maofaiilane. fzSR
Highest Honors, World's Fair M
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair . .Jm
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