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Vol. VIII. No. 1490
HONOLULU, H. I., TUKSIMY, MAhOli 27, 15)00.
Pkiok 5 Oentr.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
tut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
The winner of the 1st prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 00, gi an 1 04 t
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wh-el, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lb.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
- of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. events
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be. made Between the corresponding ladies'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
end Prize, Singer Sewing ,Mo-
. The winner of this prize mav choose
- between these three stvles of ma hines:
that with osclll itlngshuitl am tup coyer
FINAL LAND DECISIONS
Agent Brown Gives Reasons AgiloU
Reference to Washington.
Tae Delay Would Hutt Poor Homesteaders as
Well as Plantations Local Circumstances
Would Not be Understood.
Action of Council of State on Rtptits
Eicutlve Eitmites Attend-Refusal to Pay
federal Cblctse Exclusion Expenses
Harbor Masier Gets Twj Assistants.
J. F. Drown, aovcrnment Land
Agent, believes that tho provision In
the Territorial bill to have Hawaiian
land transactions referred to Washing
ton forapprovalwould.tf finally adopted
work great lnconvcnlcnco and damage.
He has mailo a calculation that It will
tuko flvo months from tho Uato of for
warding transactions to receive tho de
cisions from Washington. Doth the
nH Hint nnnlllm. n tl llMfinl Anil fl H il (nn
Hint with vlhriitiiip shuttle and Cabinet ', . ., . . . ,1,..i ,k nnatl
.... "---- - r - . 111uill.ut.iuu Utaillllb u iviivnui ui uuou
top, both five drawer machines, or the ,ur ,anU Umt )m8 ,)Ccn cllIUvnU,j for
"Automa lc," with three drawer ll.N b w much ,ogs nn(
7n 15'k the Ihwalian '" ' t,,nt loG lntervn1'
jSeracn. sole agent for the Hawaiian Suliposo Ule homc8lcni,cr compiles
,slanus with nil tho preliminaries for getting
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Cnmern, un nllotmtnt, ho has then to wait live
4x5, with Outfit $40.00. months before ho may safely make uny
The Premo, Sr., Ins Double Swing expenditure on tho land. If ho take for
Back, Double SllJIng Front, and Wack and grunted that It will bo nil right, and
PlnUm for focusing. This ennera may be ns3cml)lo material or perhaps build a
used with either Plate or FHim. The house, tho risk Is entirely his own of
outfit Include 1 Pl.ite Holder, Tripod, 3 losing all this time, material and labor.
Tray, Developer, Fixer, Negative Hack, '1 no pctlod of suspense may oven bo
Graduate, Stirring Hod and I antem. longer than that stated, ns It Is likely
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun- that transactions would systematically
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole ugrnts. only be forwarded nt the end of each
4th Prize, u Zonoplione, the I. at- month. , , ., , , .
" ' ' ', r '1 htn consider tho case ot n planta-
est Improvement on the Crumu- ton wUh an cxpIrllg ,eaglJ for ,aml tlmt
phone, with 0 Records, 5JO.OO. uns novcr grown anything but sugar
This Is the loudest and must na ural cane, and Is moro vnlunblo for that
talking machine yet invented. It Is to be thnn any other purpose. It Is tho duo
eelecttdlromtne stock of the BerjiHt'um season for planting tho cane, but not
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian a stc: mny prudently bo put In tho
Islands. wound before tho question of renewal
The following conditions of the contest of leasees determined. Five months of
must be observed : I delay In such a caso would bo ruinous.
t aii .iihcrilnilnnemiKthe nrcnald at Another objection Mr. Drown urges
Neast three months In advance. ngalnst tho threatened provision Is that
,2. No renewals ur transiers 01 suoscrip- tno wasningion omciius mailing mu
ions will be counted In till contest as llnal decision cannot bo expected to
ii-u.' .nh;frl nt inns, kach twine must be a linvo tho nccessaiv knowlcdgo ot local
bona fide addition to the subscription IMs. circumstances.
j. Subscriptions Simula be s-ni in as
oon as secured, together with the name o.,.ta n w,.liulii
and address of the pers-m to whom the Streets o Walluku.
subscription is to be credited, ds well as of ! Walluku, March 21. It seems that
the subscriber. Great care should betaken u ol(cr resdenta ot Walluku do
StfaL&K. ,Wme ""ot know tho names of tho two main
... streets In Walluku. Some thlnic that
4- Any person in me hu- the road ln front ot th0 COUrthouso u
Wailun Islands is eligible High street while tho road In front of
..... d.. ,l,uo nnbpc 1 the postofllco Is Main street. Thcioniu
CO try lOr tliese priiCb. M,nra wlm think thn nthnr wav and
r, 1 .u .i....,i, f tt,. r.v!tt tho nbsenco of street signs mako thu
During the contlnuatlor . 0 the contest j T Ta , tho h
f0r,u! 1C flllfmanvrM "" engineer has it down on hU
ri&lnM n of hU?h .Ice Sine to chart oI tu Bpecincatlons of tho Wal-
vlrm n ll sublcrh on wl I be given luku water works that the main road
M f 'v uhscrlber attacl ed to the hi front of tho courthouse Is High
Hnt for the sSm on as Previously street. Hut roadhulldcr John Ktnl and
Announced bUbbfrlpU0"' aS Prevlous,y otUer older residents say that tho road
Subscription Rates: f8.oo per year, lending to Iao valley ftom tho post
co for three months;st,.ct.y In advance, onico HJtrgt U.ero ro
THE MOST POPULAR GAPl'AIN,'"
MR. YOUNG IS CONFIDENT
Believes He Can Raise $100,000 to En
dow the Hospital for Incurables.
Ready lo Walre tbe Privilege cl Giving tbe
Hospital a Hima Mikrs Another Olftr
fjr Builulug and Eqilptnni.
The captain who shall have the Ijrgest
Walluku. March 21. Tho four mast-
number of votes on Saturday, March 31, C(j barkcntlno Chchalls left on Tucs-
sawattaB 2-in ba,,nst for port
re the best that can be obtained and may , Townsend.
be seen on displav at Wlchman's More. Tho following vessels are In still In
In addition to the votes .vhlch appear Kahulul harbor: Ur. sp. Antlopo,
each day In the upper right lund lorut r of Haw. bk. Nuuanu, and schooners Nov-
th first oaee. which are to be filled out elty and Mary llurn. Tho Corypheno
and deposited at this office, new subscribers is nt Kllici. Tho schooner Novelty
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A will likely leavo for tho Coast next
counon for the number Is attached to the Sunday with a sugar cargo.
receipt. I A 4000-ton sttamer Is expected at
I MONTH 40 VUIH
1 MONTHS 150 V rhS
6 MONTrtS 350 VOIES
1 YEAR 75J vuics
1 Kahulul from tho Coast.
No Delays A'lowcd
It Is hard to bollcvo that the delay In
The Council of State session yester
day was ultrnded by President Dole,
Ministers . A .Mott-Smtth, A. Young,
S. M. Damon and II. E. Cooper, Coun
cillors A. Q. M. Itobcrtson, S. K. Ka-nc,
W. R Allen, John Una, J. L. Kaulokou,
I' C. Jones, I. H. Isenbcrg, John Nott,
J. A. Kennedy, M. A. Gonsalvcs, W. C.
Achl, M. P. Robinson and O. Uolte.
Secretary Manson called the roll and
rend tho minutes of last meeting.
Mr. Jones presented n report from
the l'Imuicu department committee on
items Ufa led to them, which, on mo
tion of Mr. lscnbcig, seconded by Mr.
Achl, was laid on tho tablo to bo ton
uidcicil with tho bills. Tho report cited
an IncicaBo of 4,711,220 pieces of mu:i
matter handled by tho postal bureau
in Ib'JS-'J'J over tho number ln 1SUC-7.
A tnblo was also given showing an
cnoimous lnctcnso In tho work of the
Customs but mil. Last month there was
out ouo custums guai d to eight ves
sels In Honolulu harbor. An addition
al pilot for this port Is recommended.
Snlaiics for tho two new olllces of llrst
nnd second assistant harbor masters,
?150 nnd $100 n month respectively,
were iccommcndcd to bo appropriated.
Mr. Hobeitson picscnted a icpoit
from tho Judiciary committee ou the
item for payment ot maintenance of
cettaln Chinese ln imarantlno who
wcro afterward sent back to Chua
Tho committee went Into tho hlstoiy
of the lasa to show that tho expenjo
was entirely duu to tho action of tho
Federal authorities. Therefore the Ha
waiian Government was not responsi
ble for It, and tho commlttco rvi-om-mended
that tho Item be Indi'tlnlicly
postponed. Ou motion of Mr. ltub:ri
sun, seconded by Mr. Kuulukou, tho
report was adopted. ,
'i ho Hnnuco committee's report was
taken up and the following Items pass
ed: Salaries and commissions of deputy
tax nsscssots and collectors, unpaid
commissions, Hawaii, 1S99, $3331.32.
Salaries nud commissions of deputy
tax assessors and collectors, $25,000.
Pay ot mall carriers, unpaid pay.
rolls. 1S99. J 10.
Salaiy ot post ofTlco clerks 1 at S7.ri
n month, 2 at $70, 2 at $300 and 3 at
Minister Damon, ln answer to Mr.
Kaulukou, explained that clerks of dif
ferent races were employed to s:iu the
mixed population; tho rata of pay was
not dUcrlmlnntlvo of races, and there'
had been no difficulty ln lining any of
tho places at tho salaries paid.
Mr. Jones further explained that tho
new clerks wero to tako tho places of
extra helpers that had hitherto to be
employed In tho stress of business.
Hcgular clerks would bo apt to become
moro proficient than casual helpers, so
that the community ought soon to
benefit by a (uiicker distribution ot
Mr. Kaulukou still desired to learn
nbout tho relative pay of clerks who
had been employed a long time, as ho
understood there had been complalnl3.
Mr. Jones believed there was un need
to spend mucn tlmo on postal Items,
as probably before ninety days tho
post olllco and custom houso would ho
taken over by tho Federal uutliorltles.
Then tho Hawaiian taxpayers would
havo no moro Interest In the matter
beyond tho efficiency of tho r.orvlccs.
Pay of postmasters, $15,020.
Pay of mall carriers, $9,003, tho' com
mlttco recommending only 'C,00.
Messrs. Isenbcrg and Kaulukou sup
ported tho larger amount, which passed
Alexander Young feels confident thnt,
beforo ho leaves for tho Mainland nftcr
being relieved of tho cares of stntc,
ho will find other four persons to Join
him equally ln contributing n fund of
$100,000 for tho establishing of a Hos
pital for Incurables.
Further, ho waives tho original con
dition of his offer of $20,000, that the
Institution shall be named for Qt.rcn
Victoria, nnd ,1s willing to lcavn tho
naming for tho joint action of tho flvo
Mr. Young today mado another offer
In the same connection, through mem
bers of.tlio press who dally bpslcgo bis
ministerial it ran 1 for largest ot Intelli
gence. licsldCB conti'llinttn,; tho'llfth
pait of nn endowment fund of
? 100,000 for tho mitlntcnanco ot tho hos
pital, ho stands ready to ho one of
twenty equal contributors to another
fund ot $100,000 for tho erection nnd
equipment ot a hospital building.
Ono stipulation covering tho entire
proposition, which Mr. Young makes.
Is that safeguards bo devised for pre
venting tho hospital from attracting
and harbotlng consumptives and other
Incurables from tho Mainland nnd for
ANDREWS RUBttbttY CLUE
0j8 Man Pursued nnd Two Others in
Custody lor Investigation.
Native GambKr Stlls a StoUn Ring and lofoim-
atloa Is G.vta Dy ltn Buyer -Tan Men
tMd Old Jailbirds,
JAPAN AND THE HIRE.
A trull has been struck, acrldentully,
In the pursuit of the person or persons
who broko Into nnd plumlorod tho
room of Ocorgo Andrews, nbovo his
fruit store In King street more than a
fortnight ago. The pollro uro ou n hot
search for a shady native character
who domiciles at tho PumMibowl stiect
relief camp. His room Mai ssarelicd
this morning by Deputy Mnruhnl Cblll-
Ingworth, but neither money no. other
belongings of Mr. Andicns could Ijs
In tho meantime n brother of tho
man sought nnd a well-known col-
oted ctlmlnal havo been arieslcd nnd
arc held for Investigation. Doth tho
prlsoncis aro not remotely out of jail
for hurglutlcs. It Is strongl inspect
ed that this brother of the hunted luun
Is tho man who committed tho robbery,
nnd the man hunted but nn acces
sory after the fact.
Tho latter furnished tho rluo that
has set tno police hot foot after him.
He went to tho Jewelry storo ot Mr.
Dietz In Nuuanu street nnd tried to sell
n Jeweled ring for soventy-flvo cents.
Mr. Dlctz suspected something wrong.
Ills suspicion was stimulated when tho
sollcr displayed so much haste ln get
ting away as to leave some ot his
BSI'ATB OF H, U. WlLGOX
Total Valuation PliteJ at Nearly Two
Papers Filed at Circuit Court-Suprfmj Ccurt
Htsnn UlencdjCoviE. B.Thiinr
Auomtys Acctpt the Court as L-gsl,
An Inventory of tho estate of the
late II. II. Wilcox of Llhuc, Kauai, has
been filed by Geo. N. Wilcox, admin
istrator, ln the Fifth circuit nnd trans
mitted to tho clerk of tho judiciary
by Judge Hardy. The total valuation
Is $181,092.71. As much of tho prop
erty consists ot stocKs Inventoried at
par value which aro at premium, tho
actual valuo Is probably beyond $200,
000. There is $C0,C30 In Government
bonds, $14,900 six per cents nnd $15,760
live per cents. The largest adding of
stork is 135 slmicB I. I. S. N. Co. at
$100 par value. Cash on hand is $37,
019.71. U Kam by his attorney, Saml. F.
Chilllngwotth, has perfected his ap
peal from conviction for vugrancy In
the Circuit Court.
Chung Fook answers tho complaint
In ejectment of Leo Tit by general de
nial. J. T. Do Bolt for defendant.
Defendant's notice of appeal from
tho District Court, in Victorlno Vasson
cclos vs. James Dodd, dated July 19,
1899, has only today been filed. Plain
tiff claimed $75 for building a stono
wall, and Judgment was given for de
fendant with costs.
Judne Petty hns hied n written deci
sion overruling the demurrer of defen-
chauge on tho counter. Without delay i dant In tho bill for Injunction of Wing
Tho Japan Times says editorially of
"tho conflagration In Hawaii":
lnfoi matlon to hand from a private
soutco Intimates that tho Jap.iucso
community ln Hawaii has reason to
believe' that tho commission recently
appointed to enquire Into and dotcr- K, "'". J
mlno the amount of damage caused by ''01'''ma'rLOC'll.f,?T.
the recent dlsasttous conflagration, has
Mr. Dlctz took tho ring to tho police
station, and It was Identified by Mr.
Andrews as his property. Since the
owner had last seen It, however, four
out of live diamonds had disappeared
from Its periphery.
All thnt Is known ngalnst tho fugitive
by tho police Is that ho Is a gambler.
piuctleaiiy (Iccldtd that ouo uniform
and fixed sum of 100 yen bo allowed to
each of Japanese sufferers, ns his share
of compensation; nnd that In excuse
for this arbitrary and wholly unjustlil
ablo proposal, It Is urged that the Ha
waiian treasury has at Its comina-n!
only ono million yen, which n mount
would bo utterly Inadequate to meet
tho disbursements that would ho lie
cessaty, wcro the compensation for
damngo to be computed on tho basis
ot actual losses Incurred by the Jap
nncso nud tho Chinese. Though this
coutso of action Is not glaringly In
consistent with tho previous record of
tho Honolulu Government, wo must ro'
fuso to believe thnt our correspondent
hns been correctly Informed ln regard
to this extraordinary affair. Tho Ha
waiian authorities know ns well as wo
do that they will havo to reckon vlth
tho Japancso Empire beforo they ran
arrive'1 at any such conclusion In tho
mnttcr. They must consider be&ldca
that whatever they do, they do It ln tho
namo nud under tho shadow of tho
Stars nnd Stripes which, ns tho wmdd
recognizes, stands out eminently for
justice and fairness. Dy thus putting
on record our denial ot tho statement
nbovo made, wo hopo wo uro only do
ing Justice to tho Hawaiian government.
pllclty simply because ho was mn In
company ot tho natlvo brothers.
CLEAN ISOAKO AGAIN.
2:15 p. m. Tho. board Is
rlcan today. Tho call doctors
havo been out often, yet no
suspicious caso hns developed.
Doth tho fcole plague patient
and Levy, nt the hospital, lire
on tho mend.
Not (i Suwpcct.
A Portttgucs mnu wub brought from
Honolulu plantation with fever. Dr.
Wayson round Dr. Mori In charge. Dr.
Wood this morning ordered Dr. Mori
to report nny suspicious chnuge. Ho
has not reported and Dr. Wood con
siders there Is nothing In tho cuso to
Chong Wol Co. vs. Margaret V. Car
ter. Cecil Urown and Kinney, Uallou
& McClanahan for complainant; A. S.
Humphreys nnd I Andrews for re
spondent. ln Arthur Cl. Metlcourt vs. Norwnlk
Fire Insuranco Co., defendant's motion
for a now trinl will be heard on Fri
Judgo Pcvty has approval accounts
ln the euardlatiBhlp ot Jones, Ashford
and Hall minors, and of Kan Yco nnd
UIU Dray, minors.
J-udge Perry Is trying tho death bene
fit claim ot Mrs. Gomes against tho
Portugueso Mutual llencflt Society. J.
M. Vivas nnd A. G. Corrcn for plain
tiff; J. T. Do Dolt for defendant.
Tho Supremo Court this morning
heard Union Feed Co., Ltd., vs. E. D.
'Jhonias with Hank of Hawaii gar
nishee. C. C. Dlttlng for plaintiff-appellant;
T. McCants Stewart for de
fendant. Tho nttomcyB agreed In open
court thnt tho determination of tho
lssuo by tho Court as at present con
stituted shall be final and binding upon
tho parties nnd bo a bar to any excep
tions for review by nny other Court.
Judgo Sllltmnti sat with Justices Frear
Thf standlnc of the cortest Tue-day,
.. r . fn.. - i .....
morning, mrcn z7, was us to mm?. - .. constructlon ot tho Walluku water
!L"wL".T.5nri',".ieve,y s works has purposely been permitted i,y six to five votes
o r pVhcdom fv,r unt" tno tlmo ln wh,cn lho workl ray roll pilot's boat unpaid
on. Jr,.7i'l,,..X.., u.J could bo pam tor nas eiapscu. uui u 2215
.afl- 71 MrnU 1 ,1U) ... ...1.. l...l.l .lllnn nnlnat ,lti.
Tho chango of bhl at tho Orpheum
last night was greeted by another
largo houso and as usual ovcryouo
urnt nitn iiinnDful Kfx ITrtmtn na n
"hn nv -l cky" coor w h nothing tho board to bo mado; braces nnd
nappy to-niCKy toon wiin noiuinb ., ,,,,, ., ,..n.i. tin, inmw
at all to do but what others tell him
Seminole All Itifiht.
J. F. Merry. U. S. N., Chas. F. Dond,
U. S. N. and Jas. Lyle, master of ships,
as a board ot survey recommended that
the bark Semlnolo proceed on her
voyago to Pugct sound, ns they found
her seaworthy and capablo of tho voy
age They found that sho leaked no
less than ouo half ot an Inch of water
In tho hour ami u half they spent on
board. That being very small ns tho
Semlnolo is now 34 years old. Although
a few minor detects had been found In
her spars and beams, It was an easy
matter to repair theso as ships are
likely to undergo such repairs In any
port. A fow repairs wero rocommemf
v f rxPT PFDERSEN 72340 prompt comPlctlon ?f th.7 worUMno1w b,8
t CAP1. PbUtKacN iw .. piaiornto exnlanat on will bo lr
r.APT. SIMERSON 485
CAPT. CLAKKb 37J
tho delay should mllltnto against tho . pay of customs guards and Inspec
nnn.n nnmnlntlnti nt tlin umrlr finw tin. ' ..... ff.... .ll ..H...I.I 100ft 4A ir.
CAPT. BRUHN.!!...;!;:!."VZ.V.V.Z2r27 gun' eInborotQ explanation will bo ln
CAPT. McUUNLU 75 " .
CAPT. TULLETT 3 7
CAPr. FREEMAN 284
Matched Pacing Race,
nWlluku, March 21. A match race
Is being arranged between Charles S.
and McKInley for $500 a side. Doth aro
CAPT. J. DOWER 174
UAIM. mcALLiaicrt o
CAPT. SAMSON 78
CAP I. rKNCK....... t nnpprn of cood record
CAPT. J. ULUINArlbLt II ,' " ' "
rK'KiBiH o' THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN-
8$?: hompon.:::::.:::::::::::::: ? tajn ton. au sues. an stes. .,
C'PT. DU OIT 7
CAPT. HAGLUND j 4
CAPT. GREGORY 1
CentKlcntes fop Burial.
Tom Moon, Chinese male, 28,
typhoid peritonitis, ralama.
j; Infant of Katayama, Japancso to
male, premature birth, Relief Camp,
Tho majority ot fasbfonablo people
ot Honolulu rather buy their hats In
Iwakaml's Hat Department than any
Go to the Pacific Vehicle and Supply
Co for flm carrloKes.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
COWAN AND HARRIS
Rooms ii-u, y& Flor f 9 a, m 4 p. m.
IIOUBJ I TSJO 9!)0 p. M
tors, Hawaii, unpaid 1899, $210.J5.
was equal to tho occasion nnd kept
tho houso In an uproar all tho tlmo.
Tho manner In which Mr. Hogan de
livers lines would lead ono to think
tho gentleman had spent tho greater
part ot his theatrical llfo In tho drama.
Ho has tho coveted faculty ot getting
comedy out of tho most commonplace
dlaloKUO. "Tho Pas Ma La" was a
revelation, ns Mr. Ilogatt and his com
beams should bo removed; the lumber
hold should bo rcbraced and properly
Tho sailors put In a complaint a
fow days ago asking that tho bark bo
surveyed, as this has been dono In a
most satisfactory manner they are
satisfied and will sign to sail ou her
to San Francisco. Tho Semlnolo Is
now loading ballast.
Curgo tor Kllici.
San Francisco, March 13. Tho schr.
Motha Kelson was cleared yesterday
for Klhle, H. I., with 45,287 ft. lumber.
2413 ctls barley, 1000 sks bran, 100
bbls lime, 443 bales hay, 20,000 lbs
rice. GO nkes machinery, 1 engine, 1114
pkgs railroad material, etc., valued at
$17,217. Additional per bark Mohi
can for Honolulu C04 ctls corn, 1000
sks bran, 771 ctls barley, 500 bales hay,
2 horses, etc., valued tit $3,G58.
Kanac, ono of the knifed men from
LUIhn street. Is recovering In hosnltal.
Instead of salary ouo entry tlork, Imny dij it. Miss Urodlcy has n very
$2400, tho commlttco recommended natural stage prcsenco and nets qulto
salaiy of bookkeeper at $130 it month,! Wcll. Master Livers caught tho largo
13000. which carried on division.
Salary ot ono statistical cletk. 52100.
(Continued on page 3.)
By Person Unhnnwn.
Tho coroner's Jury on tho death of
Toyo Jackson found that deceased
camo to his death In Honolulu on
March 10, 1900, from a knlfo wound
Inflicted by n person unknown to tho
Jury. Isaac Cockctt, who was ln Jack
eon's company nnd himself received a
knlfo wound, hnd testified that ho did
not seo a knlfo In Eston's hands. Them
appeared to bo nobody elso who could
bo produced, who saw thu negro cither
havo or uso n knlfo at tho placo where
Jackson was slain. Deforo tho courts,
therefore, appearances aro that ho will
only havo to faco circumstantial evi
dence, besides having ovldenco on hU
side ot self defense. Cockett, at tho
Inquest, sworo to having seen Jackson
knock Eston down.
audience with his dancing nnd held
them a great deal longer than ho cared
to. it Is doubtful If a bettor dancer
has over visited Honolulu. Mr. Chc
nault displays moro dramatic ability
than even his friends had given him
credit for. Mr. Saulsbury was very
good ns Silas Orcen Jr. nnd In tho
gavotto danced with becoming grace,
os did several of tho othors.
Police Court Notes.
Tho coses of Romo, Geo. Klklla,
Koca, J. Akino, held for gambling will
1.- l.... 1.n on.l.
uu neuru un uiu v.. '.,... ..,.,..uj i ,, nn Ar.,a n.
All cases of common nuisance, forty Yuw i'"u- " i'u .
Krudcr Annexes the Free Stnt .
Uethullo, March 15. General Gat
acro, on arriving hero, found that nil
tho Doors had lied. Thu town was
nearly deserted, tho Dutch having
trekked on hearing of tho occupation
of Dlocmfonteln. It Is believed the
Doers retired In tho direction of Dew
ctsdorp. Tho telegraph Is open to
It Is understood that .President Kru
gcr two days ago annexed tho Orange
Freo State to tho South African republic.
We have the in "t Mtthtac-
rorv SHORS-rijiht in Jnnd
now, lor this spring wnlking
hat we have cm- iflLred at
this pr ce
Disloyalty anil Disaffection.
Cape Town, March 15. In nn inter-
In number, wero reprimanded and dls
Henry Kalll, tho custom houso guard
found to havo opium In his possession,
wns fined $250 dollars and costs.
P. II. Durnetto held for using pro
fane language was fined $10 nnd costs.
Phillip Sousn was fined $5 and costs
for heedless driving.
ell Rhodes Is quoted as Baying:
"I feel strongly that wo cannot have
peace In South Africa so long ns w
havo ln tho republics a rallying, ground
for disloyalty and disaffection. To gi
further, I do not think wo can safcl
fodcrato till wo havo had some years o'
crown colony government. Porsonallj
I havo dono with tho Dund."
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