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REPLY OF TRAMWAYS CO
To the Comphlnt of Honolulu Rapid
Transit and Land 'Co.
Slatfmcnt cf Defendant's Chartered Rights
Allegations of Bad Faith Toward Pulllc
Wade Against PlalulllT-LivY.
In tho suit of the Honolulu Rapid
Transit nnd Land Co. against tho Ha
waiian Tramways Co., tho defendant
has filed nn answer. It Is signed by W.
II. l'aln, mnnngcr, nnd countersigned
by V. M. Hntch nnd Paul Neumann, at
torneys for defendant.
Defendant denies that In pursuance,
of plaintiffs powers or pilvlleges tho
plaintiff located Its road upon King
street, and denies that It had any
powers or privileges la that respect
except under Act C9 of 189S, which
gives tho Rapid Transit Company tho
power to occupy tho streets and use
tho tracks of tho Hawaiian Tramways
Co. In uccordanco with tho lattcr's
franchlso granted in 1881, provided that
tho Rapid Transit association should
comply with tho provisions and re
quirements of Section 3 of tho Act of
Tho section referred to 'allows the
Legislature, or tho Minister of tho In
terior when authorized by tho Legisla
ture, to "grant to ono other corpora
tion nnd no more, tho right to use
cither of tho nforesnld streets for a
dlstnnco of seventeen hundred feet and
no more, upon tho following condi
tions: That each company, person or
corporation using tho said track Joint
ly shall pay an equal portion for the
constiuction nnd maintenance of the
portion of tho track so used Jointly."
Defendant denies that it trespassed
upon plaintiff's location, or that defen
dant's track had been laid, so that it
would bo impossible for plaintiff to oc
cupy or uso King street.
It is nssertcd that tho track laid by
plaintiff on King street is not laid for
tho purpose, of operating a street rall
load thereon, but solely for tho pur
poso of forcing tho defendant into liti
gation, nnd is laid In such manner ns
not only to bo useless but to constitute
a nuisanco to tho public using King
street for lcgltlmato purposes, and de
fendant denies that it has at any time
threatened to tear up or destroy nny
portion of plaintiff's track, but admits
that it intends to occupy said street in
so far as may bo allowable under tho
Tho answer goes on to cite tho pow
eis given to defendant by tho nets of
1SS-I and 1SSG, which Included tho right
to lay a doublo track, and then alleges
that in July, 1899, tho defendant an
nounced to tho Minister of the Interior
its intention to lay doublo tracks on
King nnd Berctanla streets, to which
intention tho Minister consented on
tho 21st day of July. It mentions Us
moving of track to make icom for tho
second track, asserting that by this ac
tion It did not abandon any of its
lights of location.
When tho work had proceeded as far
as Alakca street, In substance the de
fendant continues, tho plaintiff, with
out right or justification of law, tres
passed upon tho lower sldo of King
street and upon tho rights of defend
ant, and laid, in various places, rails
known ns T rails, and, ns defendant is
informed and believes, without tho con
sent or approval of tho Minister of tho
Interior which was incumbent upsn it
to obtain thus Interfering with tho
operation of tho proposed double track
Defendant reiterates Its right to lay
its doublo track as begun, and denies
that its nets, as set forth in tho com
plaint, aro contrary to equity or good
conscience or in violation of plaintiff's
right, and denies that plaintiff has any
lights in tho premises.
Finally, defendant submits that all
tho matters in tho plaintiff's bill men
tioned and complained of are matters
which may bo tried and determined lit
law, and with respect thereto tho de
fendant asks to have tho samo Pencil t
of this defenso ns though It had do
murred to plaintiff's bill.
RUSSIA AND SAN FRANCISCO.
San Francisco, Jan. 10. At tho Russ
Houso Is a party whoso pic&cnco in
San Francisco is oxcltlng n good deal
of Interest and speculation. It consists
of A. Uodyuusky, V. Patnpoff nnd F.
Borlsoff of Russia, P. Deemens,, also
u Russian, who resides in Los Angolcs,
and W. H. Holnblrd, who Is from tho
Tho rorty arrived ycstenlny in a
special car from Oregon. W. H. Mills,
of tho Southern Pacific Company, who
went as far north as Portland to Join
It, accompanied tho niembcis back to
Bodyuusky, Patapoft and llorlsoff aro
supposed by tho, commissioners ap
pointed by tho Russian Government to
como to tho United States to report
upon iho point best suited for a ter
minus tor tho great Siberian Railway
Company, which will run steamers
across tno Pacific from Vladivostok to
soma placo on this coast. They wero
met In British Columbia by Mr. Hola
blrd, who camo from tho East for that
purposo. At Portland thoy wero Join
ed by Mr. Mills and Mr. Deemens, act
ing as interpreter for tho Southern Pa
cific official, and brought to this city.
Tho visitors deny that they aro tho
agents, ot tho Russian Government
looking lor a Pacific Coast terminus
for tho steamship lino and refuso to
tell what their business Is hero, as they
claim that publicity would defeat their
plans. Mr. Mills says that a dispatch
recently published In ono ot tho even
ing papers is entirely without founda
tion as far as it credits tho Russians
with being Govornraont agents.
Whatever their business hero It Is
evldontly something of gieat moment
ns all of tho party aro of tho first con
sequence In their own country and any
thing that would bring them thus far
If they nro not looking for a steam
ship terminus they nro cither hero for
tho purpose of establishing some, lnrgo
manufacturing enterprise rtunois of
which unvo been In tho nlr for somo
time past or they havo como on some
colonization schemo and tho astute
Mills Is camping on their trail for tho
purposo of selling them Southern Pa
Whatever their plans, they will no
doubt booh como to light nnd prove of
considerable interest to tho business
community of this coast.
Ono of tho party In conversation last
night, whllo denying they wero hero for
tho reason assigned, ndmlttcd that this
city would, In all probability, bo tho
one chosen as tho final port of call for
the Russian steamers. Ho said that
tho natural advantages of San Francis
co wcro far superior for that purposo
to nny other city on tho coast and ho
had not tho slightest doubt that It
would bo tho ono finally decided on.
Not only wero its topographical advan
tages tho finest, Its geographical situa
tion tho best, but, ho said, its future
was tho brightest of any plnco that had
been considered. With Its Industry,
its rail and water connections nnd its
splendid fccdcis lie predicted for San
Francisco nn Importance which would
In a few years make it at least tho
third of tho cities of tho United Stntes.
PRINCH OP WALES AND GAMING
Tho biography of Dr. Hcnson, the
Into Archbishop of Canterbury, Just
puuiisiicd, reveals nn interesting let
ter which tho Prince of Wales wrote to
him after tho Trnnby Croft scandal.
It Is as follows:
'My Dear Archbishop: Your kind
letter has troubled mo very much, ns I
know tho feelings which prompted you
to wrlto to mo on tho subject, which wo
havo discussed together, nnd which, ns
you nro aware, lias caused mo deep
pain and annoyance. A recent trill,
which no ono deplores nioro than I do,
and which I wns powerless to provent,
gavo occasion for tho press to make
most bitter nnd unjust attacks upon
me, Knowing I wns defenceless, nnd I
am not sure politics wero not mixed up
'The wholo matter has died out, nnd
I think, therefore, that It would bo In
opportuno for mo in any public manner
to nllmlo again to tho painful subject
which has brought such n torrent of
nbuso upon me, not only by tho pi ess,
but by tho Low Church nnd especially
tho Nonconformists. They havo n per
fect right, I am well aware, In a free
country Ilko our own, to express their
opinions, but I do not consider that
they havo a Just right to jump at con
clusions regarding myself without
knowing tho facts. I havo n horror of
gambling, and should nlwnys do my
utmost to dlscourngo others who havo
an Inclination fdr it, as 1 consider
gambling, llko Intemperance, Is one of
tho greatest curses with which a coun
try could bo inflicted.
'Horso racing may produco gambling,
or it may not, but I havo nlways looked
upon it as a manly sport, which Is
popular with Englishmen of all classes,
and thcro Is no reason why it should
bo looked upon as a gambling transac
tion. Alas, thoso who gamble will
gamble at anything.
'I havo written qulto openly to jou,
my dear Archbishop, whom I hivo had
tho advantngo of knowing for so many
Menn temperature for tho month,
72.2F; normal, 71.G; averago dally max
imum, 79.8; nverago daily minimum,
G5.9; averago dally range, 13.9; great
est dally range, 22; least dally rango,
7; Iilghcst temperature, 83; lowest CI.
Barometer averago, 29.92; normal,
29.97 (corrected for gravity;) highest,
30.08; lowest, 29.72; greatest chango
In 24 hours, 0.14. Tho atmospheric
pressuro has been low, accompanying
tho westerly winds.
Relativo humidity, mean of 9 a. m.
and 9 p. m., 73.7; normal, 75; mean dew
point, C3.5; normal do, C3; absoluto
molsturo, C.44 grains per cubic foot;
Rainfall, 1.7G Inches; normal, 4.G4.
Total for tho year, 24.01; this Is 14.41
Inches below tho normal. Only four
years In tho last twenty-six have had
as low an amount.
Trade-wind days, 9; normal, 16; rain
record days, 10; normal, 15. Westerly
winds havo been In oxcess. Cloudiness,
tenths ot sky, 4.0; normal, 4.1.
Tho artesian well lovei roso during
tho month from 31.75 feet nbovo sea
level to 34.85.
Tho rainfall has kept up Its deficien
cy throughout tho group, excepting on
tho Island of Kauai. It has been es
pecially light In Hamakua, Hawaii, and
In Hllo, In both theso districts and In
Walmea It has been tho lowest on
Temperature at Walmea, Hawaii,
2,700 feet olovatlon, mean maximum,
73.3;. mean minimum, G2.4. At Pcpeo
kco, Hllo, mean maximum, 77.5; mean
minimum, 67.8, At Dr. Bond's, Koha
la, mean maximum, 78.4; mean mini
mum, G7.2. At Kilauea, Kauai, 78.5,
and GG.7. Snow fell on Mauna Kea on
No earthquakes reported this month.
CURTIS J. LYONS,
THE LAST OAR.
The last cars of the King street line
going to Walklkl and Palama pass the
Anchor Saloon. The cleverest mixolo
gists In the city are thoro always to
put you up anything you may desire.
Drop In and take a drop before you
take tho car. The celebrated Seattle
beer Is to bo had hero on draught. A
full line of liquors, Including the fa
mous Jesso Moore Whiskey, etc., al
ways on nana. Received per Warrl
moo, Rainier Bock Beer on draught
The Anchor Saloon Is hero to ploaso its
Horses properly miod to correct
faults of gait at tne Stockyards Bhop.
Capo Colony, Monday, Jan. 1. A dU
patch from Dover Farm, dated January
1st, says: "Tho Colonial troops, who
havo been longing to bo allowed to
meet the Boers, havo nt laBt been giv
en nn opportunity to do so, nnd Bcored
a bi llllnnt success. Tho raid conduct
ed by Colonel Pllcher was very dlffl
cult owing to tho fact that tho move
ments of the troops wcro Immediately
communicated to tho Doors by natives.
In order to prevent this Colonel Pll
cher, In mnklng his forced march fioni
Belmont, left n British trooper at cvvry
farm houso with IiiBtiuctlons not to
allow tho natives to lenvo their
homes, tho patrols calling tho name3
of tho natives hourly In order to pre
vent their csenpo. In tho maneuver til
Cooks, Pilchcr sent pntiols cast. Ono
ot thcbo, consisting of four men com
manded by Lieutenant Adic, suddenly
encountered fourteen Boers, who open
ed fire. Tho lieutenant wns severely
wounded and Prlvs Butler gavo up
Ills horse In order to carry tho Hue
tenant out of range.
Another private, whoso horse had
bolted, plucklly returned to render as
sistance. Ho was wounded In the les
nnd his horso was killed. Meanwhile.
Lieutenant Ryan, who had worked
magnificently, reported Hint tho veldt
on tho right of tho enemy wns clear,
whereupon Major Derougcmont order
ed tho guns to n trot. They nrrived
within fifteen hundred ynrds of tho
lnagcr. unllmbered and nlantcd flvo
shells In ns many minutes within tho
Immediately tho enemy could bo scon
streaming over tho kopje. They wero
completely surprised, but opened n well
directed fire. A representative ot the
Associated Press had tho privilege of
cnrrylng nn order to tho Toronto com
pany to doublo quick Into action. Tho
order was received with great satisfac
tion. Tho company rushed forward un
til within n thousand yards of tho ono
my's position when It opened n hot flro
upon tho kopjo nnd completely subdued
tho Boer fire.
Tho British nrtillery shelled the posi
tion with wonderful accuracy, whllj
Lieutenant Ryan, with mounted in
fantry worked around nnd completely
uncovered the flro of tho Boers who
had been ensconced In tho bushes.
Meanwhllo Colonel Pllcher, with the
Quccnslnndcrs, taking ndvautago of
every cover, mado a direct attack, the
Australians moving slowly but surely
nnd only shouting when thoy saw the
enemy retiring under their steady flro.
Tho Quecnulnndcrs behaved with great
coolness, laughing and chaffing oven at
tho moment of greatest peril.
During tho advance tho Boer flro sud
denly ceased. Thirty-flvo Boers hoist
ed n wiillo flag nnd surrendered. A
portion of tho Torontos moved ncrosi
tliu front of tho guns nnd entered tho
lnagcr. Tho Boers had lied. Fourteen
tents, three wagons, a great storo of
rifles, ammunition, forngo, saddles and
camp equipment nnd numerous Incri
minating papers wero captured.
Tho Boers lost six killed nnd twelve
wounded. Tho Torontos stood tho gall
ing flro with ndmlrable patience, never
wasting a shot.
NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERV.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. C. Dr. Henry
A. Rowland, professor of physics nt
tho Johns Hopkins University, has
mado n discovery of great Importance
to tho scientific world. It is in tho nn
turo of nn explanation of tho cause of
tho magnetism of tho earth.
it was nearly a year ago that Dr.
Rowland commenced his experiments.
Ho was nttrncted to tho subject, ho
says, by tho lack ot explanation or
theory for tho earth's magnetism. The
experiments havo been continued by
Dr. Rowland nnd his assistants nnd
their efforts hnvo recently been pro
ductive of satisfactory results, which
will soon bo reported fully for tho
bcncllt of science.
Tho apparatus used by Dr. Rowland
Is n slmplo metal wheel revolved upon
a shnft by means of an electric motor.
Tho wheel Is wound with several miles
of flno wlro and In Its magnetism Is
developed when tho wheel Is revolved.
About tho wheel Is n casing or sheet
ot brass at n dlstanco ot about half an
Inch from Its clrcumfercnco, hut leav
ing nn nlr spaco between which in 87 bo
said to represent layers of atmosphere
aoout tho earth.
With this slmplo apparatus Dr. Row
land is working to show that tho fast
er tho revolution ot tho wheel tho moro
magnetism will bo dovolopcd. Ho has
shown already that magnctlBm is pro
duced In this rovolvlng body and al
though on such a small scale In tho la
boratory experiments Dr. Rowland
says ho is convinced t'int the prlnclplo
holds good for tho earth and other
heavenly bodies as they revolvo
through spaco. Of course the Immense
weight and grent speed of these bodies
add to tho amount ot mugiicttsm which
Dr. Rowland, however, In so highly
pleased with tho result So tar attained
that ho will contlnuo the work for
somo tlrao to como.
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TO TUB INHABITANTS AND OTll
BR PERSONS LIAIJLU TO PAY
TAXBS IN TUB HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS: Tho Assessors of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands hereby glvo notlco that their
ofllccs will bo open from tho FIRST TO
TUB THIRTY-FIRST DAY OK JAN
UARY, Inclusive, fioni 9 n. 111. to 4 p.
m. (Sundays nnd holldnys excepted,)
and on SATURDAYS until 12 noon,
and all persons llnblo to bo taxed in
said Hawaiian Islands, cither in their
own right or as Guardian, Administra
tor, Bxccutor, Trustco or otherwise,
nro required by law to bring to the
Assessors, within tho tlino nbovo sped
iled, truo lists ot nil their polls nnd cs
tntes, both real and personal.
Your attention is called to tho fol
lowing regulations of tho Board of
Bquall7atIon for tho Assessment nnd
Collection of Taxes for tho Hawaiian
No. 1 Valuo of land to bo scparato
from valuo nf buildings nnd Im
provements. No. 2 In making n return, state the
street and number of lots in town,
or lots in tho country shall bo de
scribed by noting tho nnmo of tho III
or Ahupuait In which they nro situ
atcd and tho number ot tho Land
Commission, Award and Royal Pat
ent under which tho land Is held,
and tho nrcn. Also, stato it nny
property lias been sold during tho
year, to whom and for what price.
No. .".Returns of Personal Property
arc to be as of your books ot Janu
ary 1, 1900.
No. I Under Leasehold Interests n
schediilo must be given of nil lenses,
their term rental nnd unexpired
No. C Crowing crops ot nil kinds, not
specified above, nro taxable. Orow
Ing rlco Is to be nsscsscd May 1.
No. C All Schedules attached to this
return aro a part thereof and must bo
tilled out ns follows:
Schcdulo A Entitled "Crowing Crop
of Cane," requires tho following par
ticulars: No. ot Acres. Descrip
tion, Valuo per acre, and estimated
Yield In Tons of Sugar of Crop
Schedule II Entitled "Lands Leased,"
rcquiies partlcuhus ns per ruio No. i.
Schcdulo C Entitled "Lands held in
Kco Slmplo," inquires particulars ns
per ruio No. 2. Also stato la tho land
in Forest, Cano or Pasture.
Schcdulo D Entitled "Cattle List," re
quires number and valuo of working
nnd herd cattlo, milch cows nnd
bulls, natlvo or Imported.
Schcdulo E Entitled "Information Re
quired In Estimating Aggrcgnto
Valuo of Business Enterprise for
Profit, required by Section C8, Ses
sion Laws, net. Amount gross re
ceipts. Totnl nctual running expen
ses. Amount net profits. Number
of tons of crop if n sugar, coffee or
rlco plantation. Sales of corpora
tion stock. Nnmo of vendor, nnmo
of vendco, number of shares, prico
paid, number tons, estimated crop
for tho succeeding year. Estimated
aggregate valuo ot business enter
prise. No. 7 Consignments of Property
whercover from, In or out of bond,
nro to bo taxed here.
No. 8 Personal taxes Bhnll bo paid by
ovcry male Inhabitant of the Hawa
iian Islands between tho ages of
twenty nnd sixty years, unless
exempt by law.
Assessor of Onhu.
C. II. DICKEY',
Assessor of Maul.
NATHAN C. W1LLFONO,
Assessor of Hawaii.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor of Kauai.
S. M. DAMON.
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, December 30, 1899.
Tho Minister of Finnnco approves of
tho following lint ot persona to net nn
Doputy Assessors nnd Collectors for
1110 yenr 1900:
Oahu Alexander D. Thompson
Honolulu Henry C. Ovendcn
Wnlalua Edward Horo
Koolauloa William K. Ilathbum
Koolnupoko No. 1..., Henry O. Adnms
Koolaupoko No. 2 James Dnvls
Labalnn, Moloknl nnd Lanui
O. II. Dunn
Walluku William T. Robinson
Mnknwao W. O. Aiken
Hann A. Gross
Hllo and North Hllo. Geo. H. Williams
Hamakua William Horner
South Kohala . . . .Wilmot Vredonburg
North Kohala Ebon P. Low
North Kona J. Kaolcmakulo
South Kona H. John Aim
Kau William P. Fennel
Puna Henry J. Lyman
Walmea and Nilhau T. Drnndt
Koloa Henry Dlako
Llhuo J. D. Honalki
Kawaihau J. W, Neal
Hanalel W. B. H. Doverlll
S. M. DAMON,
Minister ot Finance,
Honolulu, Deoember 30, 1899.
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