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I HI EMiNINO HHI.I.KI'IN' HONOLULU. H U BANUHM. MAKUI1 31 'in-n
jh Mn' !iinF
.not only to themselves, Inn to tlm Gov
ernment of Colombia, to rco tlih. they
wcro lu a position to enfoico tlm guar
antctB which existing 'rcatles Impose
upon them nnd which their feeling if
Blnccio friendship for iVw Government
of Colomliln would induce them to ful
fill with scrupulous flilolity.
. Another .communlwuoi. or wmo in-,
S?J."-SK nf noUulor 22 S- .
relating to tho request it the Papiiinn
Canal Company for nn xttnslon o' otio
year. Ho opposed tho concession, s-iy-Ing
that tho company was bankrupt
and hence tho application for an ex
tension was no bona ride.
"In view of this," ba ndded, "tin1
United States Government carnrrtly
trusts that no such extension will 1)3
granted without substantial guaran
tees." Reporting later thai tho oxtcnnloii
had been granted , Minister Abbott
said: "Tho time will novcr come, In
my Judgment, when the Colombian
Government will rcfuss to grant can.l
concessions to European companies un
til a definite proposition for tho con
struction of tho work thill como from
tho government or a rellnblo company
of tho United States."
Tho last document of tho scries Is a
remonstrance from Charge Rcnglfo, of
tho Colomlan Legation, at Washing
ton, against tho attitude of the United
States Government toward tho Nlcara
guan canal. Ho said tho now Panama
canal company Is well equipped and
reminds tho Secretary ot State that
there aro doubts about tho practica
bility of tho construction ot tho NIcara
guan route. Ho expressed doubt as to
whether, with tho two c.vials construc
ted, either would pay and reminded
the United States tlint tho support
given by this country lo tho NIcara
guan routo would bo Injmlous to Pana
ma. Hon. John Sherman wrai then Secre
tary and tho record shows that he only
formally acknowledged tho note.
The BULLETIN offers to Hie per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes 5
lilt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 170.
The winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00, 02 and 94 of
the iqoo Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, v. eifihlnR 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The blcvcle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
8nd Prize, 81nfcen Scwlnft Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines :
that with oscillating shuttle and top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Ber
tferscn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. Tills camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes I Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate. Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Bcrstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
won as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. G reat care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
sddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many votes
for the Captain of his choice accoidlngto
the term of his subscription, w II be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: 58.po per year,
2.oo for three months; strictly In advance.
THE LAST CAR.
The last cars of the King street line
going to Walklkl and Palama pass the
Anchor Saloon. Tho clevereBt mixolo
gists In the city aro there always to
put you up anything you may desir
Drop In and take a drop beforo you
take the car. The celebratod Scatth
beer Is to be had here on draught A
full Une of liquors, Including tho fa
mous Jesse Moore Whiskey, etc., al
ways on ban.. Received por Warrl
moo, Rainier Dock Beer on draught.
The Anchor Saloon Is here to pleasiMi
The ever popular Uaimer beer Is becoming-
a household word and win
you have a glass of Seattle," la more
often heard than anything else. Trie
Criterion Baloon has tho beer on tapor
I UnnrI nf Unnltli Unil &
uutuu ui ucuiui num.
For the Week
M , March ft
Thcro wcro present ui the Boatd of
Hciltn meeting on Saturday ntteiuoon
Dr. Wood, president, Dr. Hmcison, Dr.
D.iy, Attorney General Cooper, V. M.
Hatch and F. J. Lowrey, members
Mcssis, Wnkcllcld, Humbug and Shu
tiy, of thu committee tin couimeico;
Dr. HolTumnn, physician of tho pest
hospital; Dr. Piutt, snultaiy building
Inspector; Drs. Peterson and Jobc,
Hoard call physicians; Ed.-Towse, chief
snnltaty Inspector; Jos. A.' Oilman of
Castlo & Cooke, Ltd., Arch. F. 011(11
Inu and Ciarcuco L. Cuibbc, wharf
managers respectively for tho llnckfclii
ntiil llnvlra rnrnnrntlntlfl P. If. linn-
diy, private secretary to tiio president,
mid Chas. Wilcox, secretary of tho
Upon tho rending of the report of the
committee on comma ce, n short dis
cussion resulted In Its amendment to
tho form appearing In that afternoons
Dr. Wood, In tho discussion, read a
report of the bacteriologist on fumiga
tion experiments. Bacilli exposed were
killed by the hot nlr process tho samo
us by sulphur. Those In tubes placed
In tho interior of merchandise) wcro not
destroyed. So far as efTlcleucy was
concerned tho hot nlr ns no better
than sulphur, but had the advantage In
time of ono hour against 3G hours. If,
In tho proposal to permit tho shipment
of flour and feed, It was Intended to
cleanse only tho outsldo of tho pack
ages, tho fumigation would bo suffi
cient. The Hoard should not do un
reasonable things. Yet it should do
nothing blindly. Thcro was very little
danger from goods. If It could bo ab
solutely regulated tho removal of re
strictions on 11 great many classes of
merchandise would ho a wlso thing,
but It was utterly Impossible. Pcoplo
would not look beyond their pockets.
Until they wero absolutely suro the
danger was past they could not thiow
down the bars. Merchants were show
ing Indisposition to use the quaran
tine wharf under tho Impression that
everything was gains to be thrown
wldo open, because It was a little more
trouble and a little morn expense. It
nfter tho commlttco know tho results
of hot nlr fumigation they allowed
shipments so treated he had nothing
more to sny.
In answer to Mr. Cooper, tho presi
dent snld thltty days after tho last
ense would be better than ten days for
raising tho quarantine, sixty days bet
ter than thirty and a year better than
sixty days. The recent cases did not
influence tho question ot merchandise.
It was a matter of lurking infection.
Mr. Smith nsked if It woulil make
fumigation more effective to separate
the bags ot flour or bran with strips
of wood or iron no as to allow the hot
nlr to circulate. This need not bo
put In tho report, but tho commltteo
could have It carried out. It was
known that stock was suffering for
feed on tho other Islands.
Dr. Wood said shipments would ho
safo If Mnefarlano's Ideas were adopt
ed. Mr. Smith knew that, but favor
could not bo shown to ono firm that
happened to havo special facilities for
such treatment of goods. Ho nfovtd
to strike out tho last paragraph of
tho report which extended tho list ot
permitted goods, this after consulting
with tho other members of tho com
mittee. Dr. Emerson seconded tho mo
tion, which passed without dissent.
Dr. Wood spoke of tho rush of peo
ple to tako tho serum Injection so that
they might travel. This condition late
ly prescribed took no nccount of per
sonal effects. It was Impossible for tho
Hoard to do wholesalo disinfection of
baggage. This was tho difficulty they
wcro running against. To follow up
people In detention would cause con
siderable expenso when necessary
housing, feeding and transportation
were Included. Many who hnd taken
tho Injection wero from detention
camps, largely of tho classes among
which plague was most likely to break
out. Ho Know It was unsafo to let
theso peoplo travel unless their bag
gago and clothing were disinfected by
iim Board's own nlant.
Dr. Emerson said It was nor, mo
Hoard's nffnlr In ono sense, yet If they
did not do It tho peoplo on tho other
islands would not bo satisfied.
Dr. Wood continued that If thcro was
any danger outsldo of emnnatlons fiom
tho human body, It was from rats and
Mr. Cooper considered that having
nnuouneed that taking tho serum quali
fied for going nway, they must see tho
thing through in thorough manner.
Dr. Wood stated that tho Injection
simply was to bo understood as sav
ing time of quarantine, but tho neces
sity ot being unexposed and of having
personal effects fumigated should bo
stilctly required. It would only bo
necessary to add to tho former reso
lution tho words, "after disinfection of
nil clothing and personal effects under
supervision of tho Hoaul of Health.
Mr. Cooper moved, seconded by Dr.
Kraeison and It was ordered tnat such
was tho sense of tho Board.
Mess. s. J. H. Athcrton. 0. M. Cooko
-.i m nnin Walker, flnanco commlt
tco for tho Hoard, requested to bo re
lieved from duty at tho end of this
month. Action was defeircd.
Tho samo commltteo recommended
,... ,,,. nf detention camp equip
ments If thcro was a chanco of their
being needed again, otherwise to havo
them sold for tho benefit of plaguo sup
Wm Norton wanted permission to
send n number of mules for plantation
f.,rb nv..r tho Pall. C. Holto asked n
similar privilege for himself and an
other for tho Knneoho Ranch Co. re
garding horses. All of tho animals had
been in pasturo away from town. Dr.
Wood remarked that this was u har
vest from ono prlvllego of tho samo
kind granted tho other day. The re
quests wcio compiled with by vote, on
tno uudciuuiiimjig that conditions in
tho lit st case wcio observed..
J. P. Miiidunca, who hail Inltcu tho
serum, dislred llbcity to go to Wnla
lua, thcute to ICancohe and stay there.
Ills case comes under tha condition ot
tiavel tilrcatty modilled at thl.) sjsjIuii.
Mr. Cooper suggested that rcstilu
tinns might bo lemoved un this Island.
Mr. Lowrey said that Dr. Cnr
mlchacl, sutgeon of U. S. Mnrine Hos
pital, had Intimated that such action
would affect sugars from this Island.
Dr. Wood remarked that It was easy
to hold things down firmly to ono
place, but very hard to control matters
when once cased up. Ho presented a
petition from n great many merchants
and shipping firms for icmovlng re-
strlctlons from American and Euro
pean goods. This question hnd, how
ever, been settled by the adoption of
tho report from the committee on commerce.
At this Btago Dr. Wood dcllvcicd nn
address on sanitation, .1 report 01
which Is deferred.
Mr. Smith, Just before tho meetlnr
adjourned at 4:33, moved tho followln
resolution, which was adopted:
"That shipments of Hour, feed, grali
and other provender bo pel milled 01
Bpcelal permits only, and that pcrmlu
be Issued only an presentation of gooc
cvldenro thnt such articles nrc ttrgentlj
Wednesday, Mnich 2S.
Dr. Ernest WatcrhoiiM who arrived
hero on tho last Australia, put In nn
application to tho Huaid ot Health
yesterday for a license to practice
mcdlclno In tho Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. Wntcrhouso Is 11 graduate of
Princeton, New York College of Phyrl
slans nnd Surgeons and has also spent
two years In hospital work In St.
Luke's Hospltnl In New York city.
Surgery Is tho doctur'e particular
branch, as ho acquired u great amount
of experlcnco In thti In his hospital ,
Tho application was favorably acted
upon by tho Hoard nnd will submit It to
the Minister of tho Interior at tho
earliest possiblo day
A very peculiar circumstance una
been brought to light iwcntly by Dr j
Wood in his efforts to learn the exiu-t 1
causes of "unattended death n cnseM
dated from tho time the plaguo broko
Death certificates of 'ho moo' un
satlsfactoiy nature have been found.
In cases whero patients havo died un
attended It Is customary to hold a post
mortem. In many cases of this kind
simply outward examination wrro
made. In ono cam tho -attending phy
sician stated that doatli was caused
by stomach troubles; this was unsatis
factory and ho wns nsked t3 mako It
mora definite, ho then ntnlcd lluit tho
cause of death was upa.ilexy. Swing
no connection between simple stomach
trouble nnd apoplexy n post mortem
was held and tho real cause of death
wns found to bo typhol I malarial fe
This, Dr. Wood stated, was danger
ous to tho community In which tho
deaths occurred. It wis argued by the
Hoard that all case3 where a physician
hud not been In attendance that tho
Board should seo thnt a thorough post
mortem tako placo under tho super
vision of tho Hoard.
At tho meeting of tho Hoard of
Health yesterday a number of com
plaints wcro mado and discussed. The
complaints wcro to tho effect that peo
ple, of somo ot tha other lslnnds had
exhausted their supplb-s of flour, ce
reals and canned provisions.
Beforo reading tho complalntu Presi
dent Wood stated tim tho merchants
wero Bhunnlng the uso of quarantlno
wharf. If this wharf nnd tho i emula
tions for tho uso of It wi-io In tho fu
ture Ignored tho Board would neces
sarily restrict certain shipments.
It was agreed by thy Hoard that nil
foodstuffs that could bo fumigated
without Injury could be shipped to nil
It was decided by tho Hoard of
Health at yesterday's meeting to tick
the Council of State for impropriations
and to placo beforo Hint body plans and
specifications ror a city rr-orguo. ur.
Emerson, who has dono considerable
post mortem examining rilutcd that In
certain Instances operations had to bo
dono under very Inconvenient circum
stances, dangerous to the health of tho
general public, all for the want ot a
suitable) morguo. This matter will bo
presented to tho Council of State at
tho earliest tlmo possible.
Applications to ship Inter-Islund
freight that Is being discharged
from ships nlongsldo the wharves was
nbkcil for at tho Hoard of Health Hurt
ing nnd granted to tin Union Feed Co..
Washington I'ee.l Co., McChesney It
h'nns and tho Von Hamm-Young Co.,
conditionally; that theso goods should
not remain on tho whauvs over nlsht
and that they bo fumlgnted In the hot
air chambers nt tho Honolulu Iron
Works. Merchandlso that cannot bo
handled In that manner will not bo
allowed to bo shipped.
Friday, March 30.
Hills wero considered yesterday by
tho Hoard of Health from Attorneys
Robertson & Wilder for rcvlcwlns and
appraising claims. They gave their
tlmo from January JlJt to March 1!1
doing work of a legnl character for
tho Board. They havo mado liOO ap
praisements aggregating $150') for
which claims amounting to $14,000
woro put In by tho owners The Board
considered tho woik well dono and
granted tho bill of 800. '
Dr. C. U. Wood will offer his resigna
tion to tho Hoard of Health, to tako
effect on April 1st. Tho doctor stales
that his prlvnto business Is sulfrlng
and that ho could no longer neglect
It as ho has In tho U3t threo months.
Ho will bo willing to act aa n nu.mUnr
but not as thotr official head. Mr.
Hatch was appointed to naino a com
mlttco to appoint a new President of
At Thursday's mectlnj; of tho Hoard
of Health n letter wus r'.id asklns (hut
tho buildings on tho Bishop Estate, at
Kakaako, bo condemned by tho Doard
nnd binned. The llinrd grunted lb")
requist us n caso uf .ilngue wan found 1
In that vli'lnliy. Th" pwo will bo1
awarded his culm is It Is omy fur
the amount he will 10010 In rents from
this tlni" until the loaj cxplna, winch
will be shortly.
A litter will go by ln Mo-ma today
fiem the Honid of II olth to the Hawa
iian consul in San f' jncNei. instruct
ing him to telegraph to W.mlnii ;rjn
for thice bundled and l.fry llasid of
serum, Hi csupply U nearly exhausted.
If It Is not to be had lu Washington
the consul Is to plnci his oidir In
It tnkrs no less than ten UU tr n
pallrnt nnd this has about exhausted
the scrum on hand.
Dr. Hoffmann stated that, ns lb" so
rum wns used In such large iiunnil'M,
It would be wise to order no less than
three hundred and fifty flasks.
Mr. nifford, of W. 0. Irwin & Co..
tirosrntcil n letter Lo tho Hoard of
Health yesterday stating that n Ola
aso was raging anioni: tho cattle at
Unpaid on Kauai. 'I bo symptoms
itnted In the letter look ns If the dls-
aBe wcro tuberculosis. The Hoard will
lvcstlgato tho troubl thoroughly and
pport action nt tho net meeting.
SAN KRANCISCO PLAOUE.
The Post of March L'lst, the day tho
Mariposa left, has thtt fallowing on t'io
3an l'rnnclsco plague pffalr:
Tho Health Department Is aboi'c to
mako Its second assault upon tho Hil
lary and other eondbiont of China
town, and with tho rising sun tomor
row nearly 200 stnlwnit employe" of
the department will inter upon tho
task of uprooting evil epots, turnlui;
untidy stalls Into tho . reels, destroy
ing undcslinblo or dangerous struc
tures nnd flxttucs, burning tainted pro
visions and flushing out hidden ip
trcats and many nooks which have not
been In speaking terms with pure wa
ter for many n day.
An older was Issued early thl3 iiimii-
Ing, Instructing tho gaibago collectors
to lenvo their loads In Chinatown to
day, to bo burned U1010. This U In
order to prevent tho stuff even bolin?
1 carried tlnough tho streets of tho city
,., ,, ,,,,. nr,i niv
t , forc(J of t k a
,, tol, ,,, lhc gnrbaK3 am,
acbr,8 t b ,t , u
. ,..,, nt -,., pJ7!,r.111ntn Blri!t.
another nt 'JO.. Dunout street ami o
thlid In Oneida placo are the fatalities
which stimulated th? Health Hoard
to immediate action, and from theso It
Is feared a number o! other deaths will
soon follow. While tho authorities do
not claim that tho Uuoonlo plague has
lifted Its head or broken out under
cover, they do claim tnat tho lll.'h an. I
poor sanitary conditions of the district
havo caused an epldv-n'li nmoug the
Chlncso which may any day develop
Into the plague nnd bacomn wide
spread. In tho threo cases mentioned
tho causo of death has not been defi
nitely known, nnd tho authorities In
timate that It may be tho plaguo In u
mild form. It Is thli state of affairs
which has led to the campaign cgalnst
nnclcanllnessr and Ftngnutlon In tho
houses nnd streets of the' Oriental dis
trict. Glands from the three subjects which
havo now puzzled the nuthoiltles arc
under examination, but no positive ver
dict has been rendered by Dr. Klnyoun,
tho Federal bacteriologist, und Dr. Kel
logg In tho municipal service. The au
thorities will neither assert nor deny
that the cases aro those of bubonic
San Francisco, March 22. Tho
plague situation lu this city Is un
changed. Chinatown U being pntiul-
led by an army of men who are having
Its dirt and filth rcmovrd as fan ns
possible. Thero havo been no new
cases reported today and thoso re
ported In tho past havo not developed
symptoms of plague. Tlu plague scare
is not. In reality, a scare nt all, tho
general public paying little o.- no atten
tion to tho matter. Tiu health office
Is active simply as a matter of pre
Melbourne, March 21. Sydney, capi
tal of Now South Wales, and Adclaldo,
capital ot South Australia, havo been
declared Infected with tho bubonic
Sydney, N. S. W., March 21. Two
deaths from bubonic plaguo occurred
hero today and ono now case waa offi
Friday, Murch 3(.
Dr. Taylor was asked wils afternoon
If ho had received any special Infor
mation regarding thu question ot
plague In San Francisco.
Ho told In reply of letters ho had got
from Dr. Williamson, presldeni of the
California Hoard of Health. In tho
first caso reported, that ot 11 Chinaman
lu Chinatown, smear slides had been
made, which displayed results "very
Ilko bubonic plague."
Inoculations from tho samo houico
wcio mado upon two guinea pigs, a
monkey nnd a -at. Tho animals all
died nnd post mortcms on them yielded
tho samo results bacilli closely re
sembling bubonic plague.
Dr. Klnyoun, Fedeial quarantlno
officer at San Francisco, tho fo.-ei.io3t
bacteriologist In tho U. S. Marino Hos
pltnl bervlce, had Joim-d lth Dr. Wil
liamson In tho conclusions uieniloned.
Dr. Taylor had written to Dr. Wil
liamson, giving him some Information
of how tho plague had crept Into Ho
nolulu together with cllnlrnl Oath. Ilo
hud advised his correspondent to look
Into tho moitnllty roturns. of China
town for tho past fev mrr.tlii. Dr.
WllllaniBon acting on tho advice found
a largely lncieased moitalUy tu Jnnu
ary and Fcbiunry, tho gieaiest con
tributing causo havnu; b-cn given a3
Both Drs. Wllllamso.i and Klnyoun
bellovo that many, If no: most, of thoso
cases wero pneumonic pinguo. Dr. Tay
lor Is cautioned ngntnst bellovlng any
reports on tho subject In cither the
Chronicle or the Call, both those pa
ners being extremely bitter In opposi
tion to tho protective campaign Btartcd
I against tho pestilence.
H Exriculive Council Labor.
s. :::" .: . : s
Monday, March 20.
W. H. Castle nnd v. A. llenshnll ap
pealed befoio the Exieiitivu Council
this morning on behaif ot the applica
tion for n charter to tho Bow Wong
l'le'giessUe Association. Somo discus
sion took plneo but nothing wns dune.
Minister Young read a letter fiom
II. P. Baldwin nnd 0110 from .las. T.
'luylui, engineer superintending the
coustiuctlc.11 of the Wallukii water
woiks, Inquiring if the work must
cease on Mnich 31.
Minister Damon suggested that n re
ply hi sent to the Inquirers nayltis
'1 ho Act under wnlch tho construction
Is authorized cxplics by limitation on
Maieh 31, on which dnto work will 1
stop so far as that appropriation is
concerned. Tho Minister of the In
terim has Iiispi ted In the new nppro
pilatlun bill, now Ik fore the Coum-il
of State, an Item uf $10,000 for this
purpose. If this puss the Council nnd
bo approved by President McKInley
the woik can then proceed. Should
any citizen or bod of citizens ot Maul J
choose to advance the necessary funds
for this work, tho money will -bo paid
back to them not tu exceed tho amount
.Minister Young lead letters from J.
A. Scott of llllo, F. B. McStoi'tter of
Olnii and Sheriff Andrews of Hawaii,
urging that certain appropriations for
woik lu their district be mado. Tho
matter was referred to tho Interior de
partment committee uf the Council uf
The order of business for the day wns
Depai tment uf Finance.
President Dole says the cotist'tutlon
of the Com t ot Claims is about com
pleted, and the peisonncl will proiiably
be announced In a day or so.
Wednesday. March 2S.
References fiom the Council of State
wcro considered by tho Executive
Council this moinltii;. Oco. A. Davis,
attorney, was heard on behalf ot tho
petition of Henry Zeibe for payment of
$720.20 salary deficiency claimed lo be
due him for servlcej In tho custom
house In 18UC-7. Tli. n.attr was taken
John Prendergnst's petition for
$295.75 alleged to bo duo for work on
tho Koolauloa road In 1S32 was ufcr
rcd to the Minister jf tno Interior fur
Investigation nnd repot t.
Minister Damon uilmilttcd the ease
of n Japancso refusal landing from tho
steamer Rio de Jnnelio for physical
disability by J. K. Brawn. Fcdonii lm-
mlcratlon inspector. He waa allowed
to laud on dcpustli.i; n bond of ?100
to Insure that hu should return homo
In the same- steamer. As thu Hio tun
not call on account quarantlno tho
.TiiiiniieHn could not g"t nwiiy. Col
lector (Jenernl stut-Kuuio nun tno .Min
ister agree that the bond bhould bo for
feited and tho money go Into guvirn
ment realizations. Tin matter waa re
ferred to the Attorney ficnerul.
Letters wero read from Ml. Hartwoll
nt Wnshlngtun dnted the 10th, 15th,
ICth and 17th ot March.
Mr. Scwall, United States SpcclU
Agent, came In nnd left with tho Exe
cutive a letter from John Hoy, Secre
tary of State, dated March It), lcfcr
rlng to necessary appropriations for
the post office nnd custom bouse, in
which tho Government at Washington
had expressed its approval of action
being taken by tho local government.
If It wns deemed neejasary, In dlftuiuit
appropriations for there two bureaus
mado by tho Council of Ftnte. without
waiting for tho approval of the Presi
dent. Friday, March CO.
In the Executive Council this morn
ing the Zcrbo claim was further dis
cussed but no action taken.
Tho petition of 800 or more Japan
cso subjects to havo their taxes for
1000 remitted, they being unuuio tu
pay them on account of losses In Chi
natown fires, was rcierrcu to me At
torney General for report.
Tho Minister of Flnanco wns advised
to mako such payments during the
present biennial period ns are bet forth
lu tho list of appropriations furnished
by tho Auditor General, amounting to
$1,90,725, which nro reapproprlnted as
$1,909,725, which are rcappropvliited ns
tho laws of 1898 In accordance with
Section 4, Artlclo 70. C0nstltutlr.11
Dr. Wood enmo In and spuko of tho
plague's having broken out In Sydney
nnd tho difficulty In properly guarding
this port If tho vessels wtw not com
pelled to bring bills of health, which
at present Is not tho caao, tho health
authorities hero having tn depend upon
tho American bills of health for tbrlr
Attorney General Cooper stated that
somo tlmo ago a resolution had been
passed by tho Board of Health prohib
iting vessels from entering hero with
out a properly certified bill ot health,
and President Dolo said that upon such
resolution being presenter", to tho Exe
cutive Council It would ho approved.
San Francisco, March 22. Tho Im
mlgiatlou ofilcinls of this pott and Se
uttlo aro considerably alarmed by tho
largo Influx of Japanese lo tho United
States. Within tho past week over 700
of tho little brown men have set foot
on thcbe shores
Cnptllln Schnll nf tin immigration
office stated today that 210 Japanese
nrrlved by tho Hoagkong Mani, J5
hv llin finelle and 100 bv d Vessel that
liy tno l.aeiic ami iuu hj " - "'"
nrrlved nt Seattle, n few lUVrt ago. II 1H
-"- -.. , .
expected tno vessel nnu on inc. way
will bring hundreds mon nnd tho re
turns for tho monMi in the Ptellic
Slope will show n ,iala In the Japan
ese population of at least 4,000. Cap
tain Schell says that the Japaneso nio
not Idlo long. They go to missions nnd
headquarters and aro employed mostly
ns farmers through these Institutions
Livery and boarding stables have
been established by tho Club Stables at
Long Branch, Walklkl.
Wfr5f8 Taf5f57tSW lc!s3St lUkm. (.33
) Prompt Work on Scucrs.
Alexander Young t.i(eJ In rcrly
to a query this mo ning trgmdu r
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uit-"ii i.u iitr r.MCIIMOii h t' c
3D vuer virm, ' Yoi mav bf Mite
a tint I will do nil tn my nowfr to
! secuie the remote Inn 1ftbeever
S system at theearl-st pslMedav. gj
, .. ... t . . . . .. , , a.i
1 11 vcfougm tniH 111 giurougn ana
nn MOie will be lelt untun eJ to
cirrv it to nirost spcrdy Comple
"When I' crme o the conldtra
t'01 of t'elids fcr the conti.ct I
slnll place g-cat lmpnrtinr on ilte
lime nt which the c mre' Iters a'e
willing to gujrnntte the o i'ih e'ltu
of the worn. I ti Id the contr ctors
that tills m it-r of time w.is of
great linpoitance. I liavi r.r.t .cw
id the liitute ct but tie rc'Tle
can depend 111 on It that fi t class
W work and rar-hl wor ate the p'nts
on w hich tl e g-ratest stiess will l-e
laid. At the si me time I do not
forget that I am spending tlltrea
pie's money and I shall gu ird their
interest-, In every rc-rect as I
ra would my o r ."
BSfi32'SJS!a5ffi?!B!(iW Plri'flfa'cJjiiWV EEHEISiia
Friday, March SO
Tho steamship Cleveland Is safe, lu
port at llllo. She arrived thcro uudcr
tier own ball before tho departure of
tho steamer Nocau from thu coast of
Hawaii. The Noeau arrived hero this
morning. Captain Giegory of tho
Bteamcr Iwalnnl telephoned tho nows
to Captain Wyman of the Noeau. It
was added that tho captain uf tho
Cleveland would come tu Honolulu In
tho Btenmcr Kllnuen Hon, which Is ex
It wns about Sunday the 21st Inst,
that the Cleveland, under charter to
Alexander & Baldwin, nailed fiom Ki
lled, Maul, fur San Francisco with a
valuable cargo of sugar. Two days
later the schooner Eric spoke a boat
with threo men from the Cleveland
heading for Maul, which reported that
the steamer had broken her shaft when
320 miles noitheast of Maul. Tho boat
reached liana last Wednesday, im.l 11.
P. Baldwin Immediately chartered the
steamer Claudlno to go In search of
tho disabled steamer. Beforo word of
this prompt nctlon reached Honolulu,
Jns. B. Castle, of Alexnndcr & Bald
win left for Maul to do the samo thing.
The Claudlno Balled on the expedition
without delay, nnd Is doubtless still
searching for the Cleveland.
Friday, Maicti 30.
A Japanese laborer named Mlnaml.
about 33 years of nge, was brought to
the Queen's hnpltul at 11 o'clock yes
terday morning from tho Diamond
Head reservoir works with his skull
smashed. Ho had received 'iho injury
from a rock blast. Tho man died this
morning. Superintendent Eckhardt
notified the Marshal of tho occurrence,
but ns the cause of death r.ppcnicd to
havo been 11ecld011t.il no Inquest was
Friday, March 30.
A report of tho teachers' committee
ot tho Hoard of Education recommends
that provision bo undo for five sub
Inspectors of bchools. It 11U0 states the
necessity of nn Iucrea3o lu pay roll ap
propriations, which would bring tho
nggregato up to $011,200 for the bien
llliOUES-IHlAZIIj At tho Methodist
pnrsuuagc, Honolulu, March 29, 1900,
by the Rev. G. L. Pearson, Mrs. Mary
A. Brazil to t'hniles Lincoln Rhodes.
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London, March 23. It Unofficially
announced that the Dolagoa Bay award
will bo given Monday next, March 2C
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