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Vol. VIII. No. IfiOO.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I.. SATURDAY, APkIL 7, LH)U 12 PAGES
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THE COURT SIDElRr.CKED K.U1M IMPKOVEMENf CLUB
OPINION OF HOA P. C, JJNES
IHEY MUST HAVE JJSTICB
H The (Juecn Win ojj.
CoddcII ol State Abruptly Tables B.ll
for Us Expenses.
Action Taken When GoTerntnent Makrs Ex
planations oa Court of Claims MtDey
lor Piibl.c Woiks.
The Council of 8lato session was at
tended yesterday by l'rcsldcnt Dole,
Ministers Mott-Smtth, Young, Damon
nnd Cooper; Councillors Iscnberg,
Achl, Allen, Kn-ne, Oonsalvcs, Robert
son, Jones, Ooar, Nott, Uoltc nnd Ken
nedy. Mr. Dolto presented n supplementary
petition from II. Hackfcld &. Co., Ltd.,
Lewis & Co., Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Hustnce & Co., Ltd., and Wing Wo Tnl
ft Co., stating that tbo goods they sup
plied to tho quarantine station lust
year, whllo certain Chineso Immigrants
wcro detained tbcro, wcro bought by
C. II. Reynolds for account of Uio Board
of Health, and requesting nguiu that
tho amount of $2418.01 bo appropriated
to pay their bills. Hcrerrcd to Execu
Mr. Gear presented tho following
resolution: "Hcsolvcd, That tho Coun
cil of Stato request that tho Executive
do lay beforo them tho correspondence
with President McKinley relating to
tho appointment of a Court of Claims."
Ho thought tho correspondence might
hnvo 8omo weight In nettling the many
rumors regarding the personnel of tlm
Court. Seconded by Mr. Iscnberg nnd
Mr. Gear reported orally from the
Interior committee on tho proposed
Item for salary of a purchasing agent
of tho Board of Health. Out of a total
of $38,000 paid out In tho six months
prior to tho outbreak of plague, sup
plies to tho value of but JS716 wero pur
chased without tender. Under tho cir
cumstances ho thought tho Board hard
ly needed a purchasing agent.
Mr. Isenbcrg found tho Board unani
mous against asking tor such an ofll
clal. Mr. Damon moved, nnd it carried,
that tho Item bo considered when Act
No. 3 was taken up.
Mr. Gear, from Uio sumo committee,
stated tho probable cost of n bonded
warchouso at Hllo, to bo built of brick,
would be 13,000.
On motion of Mr. Jonc3 tho report
was laid on tho tablo to be considered
with Act No. 4.
Attorney General Cooper reported on
tho Item of towage referred to him,
stating that ho could nnd no United
States law requiring that tho business
of towing vessels should bu dono by
Mr. Jones read from tho Tenltorlal
bill to show that It agreed with the
Attorney General's report.
Tho Attorney General also reported
on tho Item for a gasollno cngino at
tho government electric light station.
Ho gavo tho opinion that tho Govern
ment had n right to Improve its light
ing plant notwithstanding anything in
tho franchlso of tho Hawaiian Electric
Both reports wcro tabled to bo con
sidered with tho bills.
The bills were then taken up, and the
ttom of $12,000 for electric light power
passed. Those of $20,000 for a steam
vessel for towing sewage scows nnd $8,
000 for running expenses steam vessel
started a discussion.
WnntH to Know.
Mr.Kenncdy, on tho latter' item,
wanted to know why the old tugboat
should not bo used for towing scows,
Mr. Young answered that It was de
slrablo that the Hoard of Henlth should
have exclusive control of ono steamer,
t.o steamer is alwaya In good condi
tion for service. Besides, tho present
little steamer would not bo capable of
towing some of tho largo vessels com
ing In Increasing number. Ho believ
ed tliero would ba uso for moie than
Mr. Iscnberg thought tho Minister
had misunderstood tho question. Ho
took what was meant by tho questioner
to bo that a new boat should ho got for
towing vessels, and tho old one given
to tho Board of Health for towing gar
Mr. Kennedy thought thcie would
bo littlo garbage to carry to sea when
tho crematory for Its disposal was
completed. Tho old tug then might
do for other services of tho Board.
Mr. Cooper understood that tho
Board now paid about $900 it mouth for
freight. With Its own steamer, some
thing better than tho old tug a saving
would bo made
Mr. Gear believed there would bo
work for moro than one tug In Hono
Mr. Jones said, if $0uu a month wns
being paid In freight, the Investment
In a stoamer ought to bo very profit
able. Government Do Everything.
Mr. Iscnberg was amused at all the
talk nbout saving freight, currying cat-
(Continued on page 6.)
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUcfl, nil shapos. 11. F.
Sjcwss of ELits fur Widening King Street
W.ll E. FuDcr Hakes Guod Suctions
R.sulis Already Appirmt.
Tho Ingathering of tho citizens of
Kuuiii I'nuuy uVbiiiiig was sisiiiucaut.
onu uuudtiu una uuy peisui.s by uc-
IUU1 luuut Wele pHUvlll, Ull lepl03.IU.l-
ii vo l.iUi or mu uisiuci. 'ino uieouiig
wus ueiu at tun scuoui house una mu
sic WuS pluVlueU lu lciie0 UIO IcUIUll)
OI UUtMUlS. 'Hit 10 WUS MUCH Uttllll-
siubtn on tho quiet older uispiayu.1
UUIlUg UlO OVClllllg.
rnoiuuii v. iu .Mutch opened the
mieuiig with a tew uncf tuiuarKs,
wiiicu weio received wun uppiuuso
wui.li the utiuuuiiLLiucnt was m.tuu mat '
ivn.ri burnt was iu ou wlueiitiU from
iiiu unugu ami itiat uio Disuup iCsUiu
nuu g, uu ion u Hiiip or liiiui sixty leet
wiuo to cany uio improvement Into
u.icct. 1'icsiucui Muii.li stated that
Aiaik I. nuuiusuu aim otuua uwuiuj
inut.eiiy lu uio district would taKo
coinuicd action to iiutncr too puoiu
iinpi ovciuciUB contemplated.
T. McCains Stowuit lead tho report
of Uio executive cuuimiiiec, winch do-
ciated In suustunce tnat an Interview '
had been heiil with the Minister of tho
Intenur m regain to Uio widening of
iv i at' stieut a nil tnvoiuuio action was
expected. '1 he Minister of the interior
had asked for $au,uut for tho Improve
ment of King street, which would meet
ino necessities of Kallhi; nn appropria
tion hail niieauy been granted for a
large number of hydrants and Andrew
Brown of the water works had inform
cu tho commlttco that some of theso
would be placed In the district; a Ilia .
engine was aiso to bo located at Kail-1
hi at some point to be decided upon.
The question of garbago had been con
siueieu una tlicio was no doubt that
Improvements in this icspcct would no
made by tho authorities, as relief hud
been promised by the Minister of tns
Interior and the Board of Health wero
showing a friendly Interest In tho dis
trict. Other public needs wcro men-'
tloned nnd tho commltteo's repot t1
closed' with the resolution reciting that
It was the Judgment of tho Kallhi
League for Public Improvement that
Immediate steps be taken for the ex
tension of Vineyard and School streets
and Kuaktnt street thtough to Kallhi.
In a tew chosen words Allan Herbert
vlco president, Introduced 13. M. Boyd,
who spoko on municipal government In
a clear and forclblo manner for twenty
Will 13. Fisher was then called upon
by T. McCants Stewart and In tho
most pleasing way gave thoso present
tho benefit of his cxpcrlenco In Im
provement clubs; ho insisted that Ho
nolulu was no exception to tho rulo
an dthat Kallhi had been and would
hereafter be directly, benefited by the
T. McCants Stewart made a strong
speech In tho Interests of Kallhi dis
trict, In which tho outlined tho details
of work already done by himself and
others. He was frequently interrupted
At tho conclusion of tho meeting a
voto of thanks was tendered Mr. Boyd
and Mr. Will B. Fisher. Tho meeting
was a great success and it Is believed
will bear fruit In other sections of Ho
nolulu. Dunce lit Suhr'n.
There was n mo3t enjoyablo recep
tion and danco glv.'n a tho homo of
Mr. and Mis. E. Sulir, Jtiud street, last
night, In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. llcin
rlch henjes who are soon to fall for
Germany. Some twi bundled of Hono
lulu's Boclety folk were prpsctit. Tho
house nnd grounds wero brilliantly Il
luminated for tho cccitiiou.
Propelled by Gasoline.
San Francisco, March 23. Tho now
schooner Eclipse, lecontly built at Bo
ntcla by Captain Matthoy Turner,
cleat cd yesterday for Honolulu nnd will
sail today. Tho schooner Is propelled
by a gasollno cngino of ISO-horse pow
er, and will bo commanded by Captain
Tho majority of fashlonablo people
of Honolulu rather buy their bats In
Iwakaml's Hat Department than any
I). R. Taylor Is still tho proprietor
of the Ellto barber shop. Mr. Boglo
recently married, Is ono of Mr. Taylor's
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
cowan and harris
Rooms ii-u, ,'d Floor ( 9 A. M 4 PT.
Hours I t:jo o'jo p. m
E-tjosliStlc Meeting List
BOTHA 1SM COMMAND
Death of Geo. Jcnbert a Sad Bl,w
. to Boer Cause.
lianj Sk'rmlshts With the Eirtuy Maftklrtt
Not YtlRlltvtd-Britlib Losses
Rcicb Ovtr 16100.
(Associated Press Special.)
New York, March 31. A dls-
. patch to the Herald from Pretoria
says: General Louis Botha has
been appointed to succeed General
Joubcrt as commander-in-chief of
tho Transvaal forces.
Pretoria, March 28. Gcnernl Jubort
died last night at 11:30 o'clock. Ho
had been sulfcrlng from a stomach
complaint. The town Is plunged Into
mourning for tho truo patriot, gallant
general and upright and honornblo
UpU'hIi Suttor Loss.
(Associated Press Special.)
London, March 31, 11:45 a. m. Tho
War OIIlcc has posted tho following dis
patch from Lord Hoberts, dated at
Bloemfontein, March 30, evening:
"lteports point to tho enemy's leav
ing Brnndfort and piocecdlng In n
northerly direction. Tho casualties In
yesterday's engagement were moro nu
merous than at first reported.
Ofllccrs killed, 2; wounded, 8; rank
nnd file, killed, 10 (query 19,) wounded,
159; missing, 3."
Bursters Fouht Welt.
(Associated Press Special.)
Kroonstndt, O. F. S.. March 30 (Fri
day.) General Smuts today engaged
tho British at Mnfet Kop, south of
Brandfort nnd held thrm nt bay for rlx
hours. The burghers fought well. Tho
casualties nro unknown.
Tho Frco Stnto Ilaad wilt nsscmble
at Kroonstndt April 2.
Mufeklnfi Not Relieved.
(Associated Press Special.)
London, March 31. Even tho details
of tho engagement yesterday at Karco
Siding station, a few miles south of
Brandfort, fail to instill much lnteiest.
It appears to have been a one-sided
affair, although tho Boers stoutly held
their ground against a forco three or
four times their slzo tor three hours,
when foreseeing the danger of tho Brit
ish cavalry enveloping their Hanks,
the burghers withdrew In good order
on their main body at Brandfort,
which, according to Lord Roberts they
seem later to have decided to lclln
qulsli with tho view, doubtless, of oc
cupying a prepared position further
There will probably bo a gcnernl
shifting of camps on tho part of the
British, tho new position being made
tho baso of a further advanco as soon
ns tho railroad is prepared.
Lord Roberts reported today to tho
War Ofllco that ho had received news
from Colonel Badcn-Powcll nt Mafe
klng up to March 10, when tho general
hcaltn of tho garrison and its spirit
wero good, tho locally mado gun,
searchlight and ammunition wero
working well, tho food wns holding
out well, and the paper currency vhlch
tho British commander had Issued,
From Capo Town, It Is reported that
President Steyn has gone to Pretoria
after, according to refugees, issuing an
order that all British burglioni retiming
to join the Boer army shall bo hhot.
Tho stories of refugees, however, are
notoriously inn citable. '
Tho nows from elscwhnro is meagro,
tho last reports from Natal ludlratcd
the speedy clashing, of the armies.
SAYS IT IS PLAGUE
2 p. m. Thcro Is notlilr.;; of
Importnnco nt tin lloawl of
Health. No cases havo mado
their npcaiancn lu Honolulu
Dr. Carter of Makno telephoned to
the Board of Health ofllco thin forenoon
saying that tho casc3 l the native nnd
his son, pronounced suspicious by him
tho other dny, arc genuine (uses of tho
plague and that ho has agiln put tho
placo In strict quarantine.
Dr. Hoffmann admits th.it plague
might have dovclopcd lynca his visit
to Makao but that, during tho short
time ho nnd Dr. Garvin wcro thcro.
thcro was not 11 symptom.
Dr. Wood could not bo found this af
ternoon but It Is very piobnblo that
Drs. Garvin and Hoffmann will bo
agnln despatched to tho sccno as soon
Judge Perry Ailing.
Judge Perry has been on tho sick list
somo days, but hopes to bo out on
Monday. With Judgo Stanley still
confined to his home, tho First Circuit
would hnvo no Judgo for chambeio
business now if Mr, Sllliman bad not
been temporarily appointed.
Dinner nnd supper parties desiring
our wagonetto can havo It sent to any
address by telephoning to tho Inn.
Henry N. Almy, manager.
Trend of Public
Has Found It.
Tikes Issue Wiih Mr. Rubetlson and the G v-
ernmeUs Vliw Claims Sbiuld Be Paid
Condl.lo.s Justify Action.
Editor Evening BullcUn:-Mn your Is
sue of thoiCth lnst. tliero Is a litter
signed by(A. G. M. Ilotwrinon In which
ho gives his understanding ns to tho
policy of tho Govcinnn-n: In dealing
with tho claims for Iohim sustained
by tho Ores ordered by tho Hoard of
Health, and from thj statement.! made
by tho Attorney General beforo tho
Council of Stato yesterday there Is no
doubt but that Mr. Rohcrisin correct
ly stated tho policy of tho Government.
As (ar ns I nm able to get lml'l of
Public Opinion, everybody upprove-j of
all that was dono by tho Hoard of
Health, nnd all bcllevo tho I'o.ird hai
not committed nny Illegal net, for they
have had thq advlco of two of our
most nblo lnwyers In "very step they
hnvo token, and thcro Is not a doubt,
It this was submitted in n Court nf
Claims, tho Court would relievo them
from a chnrgoiof Illegality In their ac
tions even if thcro wnrj "business
men" on tho Board.
If this Is correct, there would be no
further uso for tho Court of Claims,
for they would In all probability dccldo
tho matter in a very short time, nnd
thero would bo no clalmi to put be
foro the Court. But should tho Couit
decide that tho Board of Health had
committed Illegal acts, oven then tho
Government would not bo responsible, I
for wo are told by our legal friends,
that the members of the Board would
bo held personally responsible. I
Surely no man or body of men In
this community would bring action
against these gentlemen who hnvo so
faithfully discharged their duties as
members of tho Board.
There are times and conditions when
wo should look beyond tho nieru "lo-l
gallty" nnd treat them ns mutters of
Equity and fair dealing. To my mind,
and ovcry citizen with whom I havo
talked upon this matter ngrecj with
me, tho fires by order of tho Board
of Health should bo treated, so that
the whole country will bear tho losi
rather than allow It to fall upon tho
Tho Government should not bo such
sticklers for tho "law." I would like
to know If Mr. Dole, Mr. Cooper, Mr.
Damon, Mr. Castle, I and many others
considered tho legality of our acta.
when on the 17th of January, 1R93, wo
went up to tho Government houso and
took possession of tho Government.
Wo certainly know wo wero commit
ting nn illegal net, but we felt tho con
ditions Justified our actions nnd for
ono I havo never regretted that I help
ed overthrow tho monarchy.
In dealing with tho "Claims," I think
we should take tho samo position nnd I
believe the whole country will approve
of Investigating and PAYING every
honest claim presented.
Mr. Robertson does not know wbnro
the money Is coming from to pay these
claims. It would not bo a very dlill
cult thing to pay In bonds Issued by
tho Government bearing 'Interest nt 3
per cent per annum duo In C to 15
years, settling all amounts under $50
In cash. Mr. Robertson docs not think
It right to make "posterity" pay tho
bills for they will havo cpldcm'ru nf
their own to pay for. "Posterity" will
havo tho value of our cxpcrlenco, which
will bo worth nil tho money they will
bo called upon to pay out. And they
may thank heaven that by tho notion of
the men of 1900, they nro nllvo to pay
tho bills, for had It not been frr tho
burning or property, wo nnd our chil
dren nnd grand-children might havo
been carried off by tho plague, leaving
P. C. JONES.
Advices by the Hongkong iM.uu nro
thnt tho Australia passengers wero not
detained in quarantine. Tho delay in
landing was veiy slight.
"" 11I111 DIpI'Mim Received,
J, Oswald Lutted, manager of tin
Now England llakery Co., has received
tho gold medal diploma awarded that
establishment for Hawaiian preserve!
fruits nt tho (heater America Exposi
tion. It Is a pretty design. Mr. Luttil
is preparing a lino display of preserved
fruits for tho Parts Exposition, which
Major Prntt, secretary of Commission,
will tako away with other exhibits in
tho next trip of tho Australia.
Muklkl Uccrcntlon Grounds.
J. A. Thompson, as n bascballist, la
ono of many who think tho Govern
ment might spend a trlflo on tho pub
lic recreation grounds at Maklkl. It Is
tho only placo left now for outdoor
sports, and Its grandstand was burucd
somo years ago. Something Is earnest
ly desired to be dono beforo tho Fourth
A blcyclo was badly smashed by a
dray horso In tho ynrd to tho rear of
W. W. Dlmond's storo this forenoon.
Jjpmese and Chinese Will
Rssilmion to Dole.
Want Complete Change In Court of Clalms-
Afp.'il to TLelr GoM'rmiJts U M
Rcctgnlzed Metllng Tonight.
Tho mass meeting of tho Japanese
and Chinese on Nuuanti nvciiun this
evening promises to be ono of great Im
portance. There will ho n prellmlnaiy
meeting of thn committees nt C:3u
o'clock and at 7 o'clock sharp, tho work
will begin lu earnest.
Iho principal business will bo the
consideration of a lesulutlon to bo
picscntcd to President Dole as soon as
possible, protesting strongly against
the personnel of tho Court of Claims,
icccntly appointed, and the rules nnd
regulations which nro to govern Mint
Although not Included In thn resolu
tion, It Is understood that somo of
thoso present nt tho mcctlm; will
clamor for n reconstruction of tho
Court of Claims, appointing on tho
same, ono prominent attorney, two
white business men, ono Japaneso nnd
ono Chinese. The Japanese and Chi
nese, It Is understood, nro very much
In favor of such n court.
Speaking of tho meeting today a
prominent Chinese business man said:
"Wo nro fully In accord with tho ac
tion of tho Chamber of Commerce at ltd
meeting Wednesday morning, but we
go further. We not only object to tho
personnel of tho Couit, but thi rules
governing the same,
"Hero Is Just ono case lu point. I
know of two or threo of my couutry-
men who havo claims not exceeding
$20. What foolishness It would bo for
such poor fellows to present their
claims when they wilt havo to pay $:0
beforo they can even look at the Court.
Remember, these small claims arc In
many cases tho very nil the clalmauti
"Wo mean to be most radical nnd,
if It Is possible, to get President Dole
to reconsider his appointments to tho
Court of Claims. In tho event of tho
failure of President Dolo to do any-
thing toward remedying this most, un-
Just state of affairs, tho Chlnefta and
Japanese havo agreed to withhold all
their claims. Not n single one will be
presented to tho objectionable Court
nnd wo will refer tho mnttcr to our
governments for redress.
"What can Ilvo lawyers t!o In tho
matter of appraising goods, oven If
they havo been burned and aro no
longer visible? Thnt Is only ono ob
jection to tho Court. There aro a doz
"Wo havo figured out tho numbar
and value of claims which aro to be
presented by tho Japaneso and Chinese
and find tho following:
"Chineso claims, 3,500; Japanese
claims. 3.000; total, O.&OO..
"Amount of Chineso clalmr, $1,500,
000; amount of Japaneso claims, $000,
000; total, $2,100,000.
"Thoso figures arc approximate Ad
ding to tho total amount of claims giv
en abovo, the amount already app.-als-cd
by tho Board of Health ap.iralsora,
tho sum will not exceed $3,000,000."
MAGOON TO PAY COURT
Tho Couit of Claims matter will bo
consiileicd nt tho meeting of tho Exe
cutive Council on Munduy morning.
Mr. Mngoon was ucen in relation to
tho Court of Claims at 1 o'clock today.
Ho said: "I bcllevo tho commHiion to
bo legal and that all bills contracted by
tho Court will hereafter bo n cliargo
ngalnst tho Government, which will,
In time, havo to bo paid. A great many
blanks havo been distributed nnd peo
ple aro very anxious to hnvo their
claims adjudicated, it Is quite piob
uhlo tho first case will be heard bafuro
tho Court of Claims on next Monday."
Mr. Mngoon regrets that so much op
position has been shown to the Court
of Claims nnd rxpi osscs tho opinion
that the Executive Council has dono all
that they could under the poweis
granted them. In conclusion Mr. Mj
goon said ho thought It was important
thnt tho Court of Claims should con
sist of InwyeiH becauso if claimants
under tho ruling of tho Couit could
not get even Justice thcro would still
bo loft nn appeal to the Legislature.
It Is learned on tho best authority
that Mr. Magoon will become responsi
ble for tho cntlro expenses of tho
Court of Claims, If It Is deemed neces
sary to carry tho Court out undor tho
provisions of tho United Stntei Gov
ernment. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxntlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's slgnnturo
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Ofllccrs ot tho cruiser Charleston aro
cleared ot all blnmo for tho loss ot tho
cruiser, by tho Investigating board.
E. P. Tumor will address tho men's
meeting at tho Y.' M. C. A. Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock. All men Invited,
Wish'nRton, March sj. A
special dispatch to the Ssi'te
Time- says: Ex-Qu-en LILoUa
lanl of Htwjll, uIm Is now live n
YVashlngtin, hiving filifd to pet
Congress to vote her a pension upon
th till Introduced by euat"r Hoa
Is now p-epa-ing a suit, uhlchshe
will bring tn the Court of Claims
won, for Jio,co,oco, that bring
whdt she const Jets afitr prLc (or
t e Hawaiian crown lands Ulen ry
(tils Rnvenimen. Attorneys are
now pnpailng the suit.
jjiwiii-K-iirDifv gijBrsiiiorKi'si'iB'sji 'f-iga;;
CAMBRIDGE WUN EASILY
(Associated Press Special.)
Putney, Eng., March 31. iho fifty
seventh annual boat race between
crews representing the Universities of
Oxford nnd Cambridge wns rowed to
day over tho usual com Be, from Putney
Cambridge won easily In 18 minutes.
47 seconds, official time, Oxford being
much distressed nnd nbout twenty
lengths behind nt tho finish.
VARIOUS COURT ITEMS.
Tho Supremo Court this morning ad
journed sine die, having continued nil
cases not heard to next term, subject
to special ugrccment for hearing In
In tho Clcghorn vs. Castle controver
sy, Judge Sllliman has sustained tho
demurrer of Mary Brown, ono of tho
defendants, dismissing tho complaint
as to her with costs.
Tho Supremo Court has remanded
tho matter of the estate of Antonc Fe
lipe to tho First Circuit Court. Hawaii
Iind Co. vs. Nettlo L. Scott is remand
ed to the District Court of North Ko
Jas. R. Holt and John D. Holt by
their guardian, John S. Walker, nnd
their attorneys, W. R. Castlo and P.
L. Weaver, move for it hearing on tho
accounts of Bruco Cartwrlght, trustee
under tho will of R. W. Holt, and ask
that tho trustee bo allowed to resign
nnd thnt a now trusteo b appointed.
Ton of Maul Sugar.
Walluku, April 3. Tho British
steamer Bloemfontein left Kahulul
harbor Saturday, March 31, for Ban
Francisco. Sho carried 64,755 bags ot
sugar. This is tho largest sugar car
go ever shipped from Maul in ono ves
sel nnd perhaps the second or third
largest cargo from tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. There Is enough sugar on hnnd
In Kahulul to load another vessel of
the size of the Bloemfontein.
Gen. I'unn Surrender!.
(Associated Press Special.)
Manila, March 31. The Chineso Gen
eral Pann, who has been terrorizing
and devastating the province of Panay,
has surrendered at Legnspl, to Briga
dier General Kobbc, who Is bringing
him to Manila.
Vote on Porto Itlco.
Washington, March 28. Tho Senate
today agreed to voto on tho Porto Rl
can bill on Tuesday nfternooii at 4
o'clock. It Is probablo tho tariff
nrnnnsltlnn will rnrrv.
We have the mist satisfac
tory SHOKS right in hind
now, lor Ibis sprinij walking
that we have ever offered at
This shoe has been made (a
the times it's a reliable shoe
for little money.
Manufacturers' Shoo Oo,