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IT IS A PAYIINQ INVESTMENT.
Vol. X. No. 17G1.
Pain and Thurston Were
Not on a Mutual
LONDON COMPANY WILL
. MAKE NO ALLIANCES
W. H. Pain, of the Honolulu Tram
way, Talks About Plans to Install
Complete New Electric
So many vague reports having been
made public concerning alleged street
railway consolidation schemes (or Ho
nolulu, a Dullotln reporter sought the
(nets In the cafe from W. II. Fain this
"You can say positively' said the
manager of the Hawaiian Tramways
Company, "that there Is no question
before the board looking toward con
solidation. There Is no truth or any
thing of the sort In the rumors that are
Moating about. The directors, with
whom 'I met In London, voted to Issue
100,000 more of stock (or the purpose
of Installing complete and up-to-dato
electrical equipment, t havo $250,000
placed to ray credit now nnd we are
ready to begin operations tomorrow
If the pending litigation was but set
tled. "The rtapld Transit Railway nnd
Land Company made certain overtures
(cr consolidation some time ago. These
were forwarded to London nnd notice
of their rejection was recorded here In ,
The1 story printed In the Advertiser
tc tho effect that Messrs. Pain and
Thutston had gono on a business trip,
together (or the purpose of effecting a
. comolldntlon o( the two systems was
net true. Speaking on this point, Mr. I
Pain said, "Mr. Thurston and I went to
the Mainland on the same boat, but no
conversation took place between us on
the trip. The story was evidently cir
culated to help the sale of rtapld
Transit bonds. The Tramways Com-
pany has never been actively hostllo.tho Hawaii rhanncl. the Helene was
to the Rapid Transit. We have brought
no suits to Interfere with their work
of construction in nny way whatever.
"We have recalled several petitions
(rom residents In outlying districts
asking the company to make exten
sions. I have every reason to believe
that the directors would favorably con
sider thtse petitions as soon as the ne
cessary franchises arc obtained. We
will apply (or thete (ranchlses to the
"Our Intentions nro to carry out tho
company's original plan (or construct
ing double tracks and, as soon as mat
ters in lltlgatlou are settled, the work
o( construction will begin. I have made
arangements with the General Electric
Company o( Schnectady, New York, (or
electric cars and other machinery. We
will have n modern system In every de
tail and the cars will bo a revelation to
tho people here.
"The detention o( cars on King street
b now unavoidable In the busiest part
o( tho day. These tedious delays by
the Capitol building could be avoided
by a couple of days work l( the au
thorities would permit tho use o( the
double line or long switch at this
"The extra stock Issued to put In the
electric equipment was quickly sub
scribed by the old stockholders. None.
will bo offered here, however, I pre
sume, If local capital wants to Invest
The undersigned firm beg to
announce that the sale of
OAHU COLLEGE resi
dence grounds at
will be shared by
W. R. CASTLB. Jr ,
as joint Sales Agent.
Informaticn, Terms, Etc., may
be obtained of MR. CASTLE
at his office, or of the undersigned.
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In our stocks It would be accommodat-
"1 would add," said Mr. Pain, "(or
the benefit of any who may hae for
gotten It, that we have already here on
the ground a large amount of electric
equipment. The two electric cars,
housed at the Patama stables, were
'made by the itammond Company at
San Francisco. ' All our motors nnd
generators are made by the General
Is Going to Manila
To Marry an Officer
Martha Muriel Afong, daughter of
Mrs. Afong o( Nuunnu valley, left (or
Manila In tho transport Lawton today
to bo married to Lieut! A. J. Dougherty
nf the 17th Infantry, V. S. A. The
young lady Is well known In society
circles ,of this city and her many
friends will be extremely sorry to lose
Lieut. Dougherty comes from Minne
sota. He has been In Honolulu several
times. The two young people will be
married at the home of Captain nnd
Mrs. Dates at Manila. This oirtcer and
his wife arc through passengers In tho
Lawton nnd Miss Afong will be chaper
oned by Airs. Dates.
MAN FAINTS ON 8TRBBT.
Contractor Anderson who has been
ill with (ever, was about on the streets
this morning. He went to the post
office, nnd. while standing there, (ell
In n faint. He struck tho hard cement
flooring nnd cut his head near the
base of the skull. A physician standing
near by, rushed to Mr. Anderson's as
sistance and, with the aid of water,
soon had the prostrated man out of the
Captain Parker was on the scene and
offered the services of a partol wagon
or a hack but Mr. Anderson refused
both. He sat where he was (or a short
tlmo and then went on about his bust-
HELENE'S ROUGH TRIP.
The steamer Helene (rom Pamthau,
arriving Saturday, brought a full car
go of sugar (or W. G. Irwin & Co.
which Is going into the Mariposa.
While loading sugar In the rough
water n boat loaded with fifty bags,
was swamped. The sugar was lost but
the boat saved. Captain Lane reports
tho weather as the loughtest he has
ever experienced and, coming across
continually burled by the big seas. She
arrived late Saturday afternoon.
MORE CEMENT WALKS.
Tho road department has served no
tice on property owners to put In
curbing and cement sidewalks on I'm
ma street, between Reretanla and
School, on Alakea Bticet. between-Alien
and Halekaulla; on Queen street, be
twecn Fort nnd Punchbowl, and on
Hnlekaulla street between Richard and
Will VUlt Autttrnlla.
London. Jan. 2C The Cones corres
pondent o( the Dally Telegraph says
that he learns that the Duko and
fineness o( Cornwall nnd York will
proceed to Austialla as originally nr
ranged, the King being unwilling to
nllow private sorrow to Interfere with
an undertaking of such Imperial sign!
Extending Bonding Privilege.
Washington, Jan. 30. Tho Wnys and
Means Committee today held Its first
meeting In several weeks, nnd bills
were (avorably reported extending tho
privilege o( Immediate transportation
In bond to Everett; Wash., .and Honolu
lu, Hawaii, and making Douglass, A, T.
a sub-port o( entry.
Merry In Not Going.
Arthur Merry, chle( clerk nt tho Na
val Station here, has no intention of
leaving In the Mariposa tomorrow as
stated In tho Advertiser. Ho does not
oven nntlelpato the pleasure o( a trip
to the Coast In the near (uture.
Renounces Emperor Wllllnm.
Harry J. Hasselkus, a native o( Ger
many, was made a citizen o( tho Unit
ed States by naturalization today, W.
Swlntonind H. Y. Williams were wit
nesses. Koolnu Wcnther.
Captain Searlo of the steamer J. A.
Cummlus repot ts several houses In tha
Koolau district blown down by the
high winds. A great deal of rain has
fallen there In the last week.
Coniponep Verdi Dend.
Rome, Jan. 2fi. A special dispatch to
the l'atrla announres that Verdi
composer, Is dead.
The latest style of straw hats will he
exhibited In our store. Iwakaml. Hotel
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY FEBRUARY 11 1001
Judge Wilcox Says a
Friend Made Some
AND THEN TOLD HIM
OF WHAT HE HAD SEEN
Gill Case in Police Court District
Magistrate Says it Should
Go to Grand
Tho first case called on the calendar
o' tho Police Court this morning was
that of H. S. aill, editor of the Repub
lican, charged with assault with a
weapon, obviously and imminently
dnngcious to life.
High Sheriff Urown asked that the
case be postponed (or one week be
cause of the (act that Stevens, the man
shot by GUI was s'till 'In the hospital.
Ho had been told that the complaining
witness would not be able to leave the
hospital until the later part of this
week or the beginning of the next. He
stated (urthcr that Lorrln Andrews
would assist the prosecution.
Judge.. Wilcox was quick to respond.
and this Is what he said: "I do not seo
the necessity of spending air- time in
preliminary examination In this1 court.
The Grand Jury Is In session and It loo's
very. much to me as If the sittings of
this liod y would be finished by the end
oCthe week. TJiat Is the proper place
to take this case and. besides that, I
understand that a complaint has al
ready been filed with the Qrand Jury.
"I( .the Grand Jury does complete
Its work nt the end o( this week, It will
b- said: 'Well. Judge, you will now
have to try the case.'
"Now, as I understand It. Mr. Ste
vens, tho complaining witness, is able
tn go all nbout the' hospital building
and to walk out on tho grounds. Of
course, I do not say that this Is so
hut 1 have had a friend of mine make
a (ew observations at tho hospital and
what I have Just said Is the result of
With this. Judge Wilcox consented
to continue the case but named Wed
nesday Instead of Monday next. He
stated, In doing this, 'that the Court
would then see how matters stood.
Mr. Stevens was seen this noon
walking nbout at the Hawaiian Hotel.
IIANALEI TO HANAMAULU.
instead o( going to Hanamnulu, the
new steamer Hanalel will come here di
rect. Tho Insurers In San Francisco
refused to Insure her on her cargo to
Hanamnulu. She should arrlvo hero
this week. From here, sho will tako
her cargo to Hanamnulu
Nelll Cominny PlanH.
Cbas. Astor Parker, James Nelll's
n'anager, says that contracts have been
closed whereby the Nelll Company will
play an engagement In the City of
Mcxtco next season, under the auspices
o( Guldo Marburg. It will be tho first
dramatic season ever played In that
city In English nnd will last six weeks.
J C. Williamson will visit tho Nelll
Company In California In April with
the purpose In view o( closing a con
tract to take Mr. Nelll and his organi
sation to Australia (or five months.
Mr. Parker says the company's next
engagement In Honolulu will bo next
June, when It will 'visit there under
the terms of a big guarantee, '
WITH THE MILITARY
Tho officers of the First Regiment, N.
Q. 1!.. met nt headquarters yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock for the regular
Several matter affecting the status
of tho various companies were discuss
ed. In addition to tho regular routine
of affairs connected with the depart
Among other matteis which enmo
up was tho chnnglng of tho dato of
awarding prizes for tho drilling con
tests from February 22 to March 10.
Ilulletlns havo been posted nt regl
mcntnl headquarters to tho effect that
Edward II. liogcn Is to be lergeant
major, 1st Battalion, iBt'ltegt., N. G. II.
with rank from February 2, 1901. In
addition, Joseph R. Mills Is to bo color
sergeant wltr rank fiom February C,
Yesterday, two teams from Co. II had
n competitive Bhoot at the butts. These
wore the same squads that were at tho
butts n week ago Sunday.
There Is a question Involved between
Corporals Turner nnd McOrow of the
two squads who pnitlclpated In yester
day's shoot, as to which company
.v, , faKi.Lxitik w ;-. w. -
should be accorded the highest per
There Is one thing certain, these
company shooting contents nre raising
tho standard of accuracy in marksman
ship among the various companies.
Booked fop Mnrlposn.
The following nre booked to Icaie in
the Mariposa (or 'Frisco tomorrow:
Miss Harriet Lowers, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Robt. Lewcrs, Mrs. J, II. Craig and
two children, J, II. Payne, W, H. Ran-
some, Miss M, K. Klltcnii, Mrs. Augus
tine, Mrs. Fulcher, and daughter, A.
Jacobs. II, Kimball and wife, K. II.
Beard, Mrs, W. A. Hardy. J. U. Miller,
A. M. Harrison and wife. C. F. Herrlck,
wl(e nnd son, C. F, Solomon, U. A.
von Arnlm, James Doylo and wife, J.
F. Pearce and wife, R. S. Rawllugs,
Miss Meade. Miss Schwarz. Mrs. Cros
by. Miss Chnusslor. Miss Ilrlggs. Mr.
Palumbo, Vf. C. Shoreman wife and
child. Miss Ana Lenaghan, Miss Han
nah Johnson, II. V. Reeves, R. A. Per
ry and wife, Kdward Urown and wife,
A. D. Mcllryde nnd wife, L. R. Craw
ford. Mr. Sweeney. W. O. Kldred,
Messrs. Tyrcll nnd Ilowcn, R. W. Rip
ley nnd wife, Theodore Holzhauscn and
wife, Miss Captain Matthias, MIss.P. T.
Hossack, E, Kcnneally, F. R. Webber
B OF BILLS
Came Into Court This
Morning With First
C0FFIELD DAMAGE SUIT
KILLED ON DEMUIfKER
Application for Guardianship for In
sane Man-Probate Cases
and Other Court
At 11: IS today the Grand Jury filed
Into Court nnd returned true bills
against the following parties: Joseph
King, malicious injury; Wnhlneauknl
Hullhu. embezzlement; Nnholua, mall.
clous Injury; Ynmnmoto and Ogntn
malicious injury; John Mnllua, assault
and battery; W. Smith, assault on pub
lie officer: John Ilenson, nssault on
Dills for nssault and battery with a
weapon were returned against Mnnu,
Charles Knllia ond'Candldo; for lnr
M-ny in second degree, Hooknno Hoo
lewnl. Willie Solomon. Knuwlln, Ke
pano. N'nhlhulllltl nnd Kanohn, F. I).
Haskell, Sncnd, Knwlka, Harvey Chil
ian and Lunntng.
These defendants will be arraigned
In Circuit Court tomorrow morning nt
The dlvorco case of Victoria Fernnn
des vs. Petop Fernandes was moved for
ward on the calendar.
The suit for 123,000 dnmages brought
by Mary A. Cofficld ngntnst the Ter
ritory of Hawaii was defeated In the
Circuit Court today by tho court sus
taining the demurrer of tho defendant.
The demurrer wnB argued nt consider
nblo length by Attorney General Dole
for tho Territory nnd S. M. Ilnllou of
Kinney, llallou & McClanahan for Miss
Coffleld. The defense argued that
thcer was no provision under Hawaiian
law or under the Organic Act by which
n party may sue tho Territory. The
court upheld this view. The nttorneys
for tho plaintiff noted exceptions.
Petition for tho appointment of a
guardian for Carl Lundahl, now In the
Insane asylum, was filed today by nls
next friend, Peder Sclander. Tho pe
titioner states that Lundahl has proper
ty In this city to tho aluo of 11200.
Judgo Humphreys will glvo hearing on
the petition In chambers at 4 p. m. to
morrow. I. M. Long files general denial In an
answer for defendants In the ejectment
suit of E. M. Nnkulnn vs. Fanny
Slrnuch et al. Exceptions to decision
of Judgo Humphreys In ovei ruling de
fendants demurrer were nlso filed.
Bond for $1800 was filed today by
M. O. Sllvn. guardian of Mcdclros min
ors. As nominisiraior oi mo esiuio m
J, Cabral Medelros, M. O, Sllva albo
filed bond of S2G00.
Petition for letters of administration
of tho estnto of S. Kalakolll (k), wns
filed today by Enoch Johnson, nn
adopted son of tho deceased. The es
tate consists of 1215.50. which Is In
the hands of J. A. Mngoon. Tim onlv
heir Is Nnmal, mother of deceased.
Monday, Match IS was set for hearing
on tho petition.
TIIC WATKRMAN IDEAL TOUN.
TAIN PUN. All sizes, all shapes. II
ill UK III
Relative to Pay of Mem
bers of Legislature
CONGRESS HAS MADE
NO PROVISION AT ALL
Secretary Hitchcock-Defines Secretary
Cooper's Duties What Was
Done in Governor's Coun-
. cil Today.
A little mora light nns thrown upon
the duties of Secretary In the matter
of iccordlng the proceedings of the
Legislating by n telegram rcceUod by
hi in from i:. A. Hitchcock, secretary
of tho Interior, The telegram was read
li the Governor Council this morning
nnd Is as follows:
"Replying to your letters of the 1th
lust., 1 have to state that the Act' of
April 30, 1900, providing government
for Hawaii, contemplates payment by
the Territory of compensation of mem
bers of the Territorial legislature, con
sequently no appropriation for that
purpose has been made by Congress.
"As to your duties as Territorial sec
retary under Section C9, of the Organic
Act, you are requited to record and
preserve all Journals of the Legisla
ture. I'ach branch of the latter should
respectively provide for the actual re
cording of proceedings from day to
Secretary Cooper Is still somewhat
nt sea In the matter. He said this
morning thnt he would construe n Jour
nal to contain only the completed busi
ness of tho house. It would contain all
motions, reports of committees nnd
such documents ns nre made a part o(
the completed business of the House or
Senate. In his opinion, this would not
Include speeches on tho tloor. Neither
would it Include bills or laws which
are to be published under another pro
vision. Tho only other mntter thai came up
In the Governor's Council wns a recom
mendation by J, A. McCa nil less that
the Territory buy the tract of land on
which the government electric light
station Is located. This site was leas
ed by the Kingdom of Hnwall of Joe
Marsden twelve years ago (or a term
of fifty years at an annual rental of
$100. A provision In tho lenso nllows
tho government to purchase the lands
nt any time 'for Jfi.000. Tho land Is
worth this nmount now nri'' Mr. Mc
Candlcss believes tho government
should mnek tho purchase. The other
members of the council concurred nnd
Mr. McCandless wns appointed to con
duct the negotiations.
The lw lllrd.
During the past few days n number
of Iwa birds havo been Been nrouud
tho Naval Station. There Is a saying
amongst Hawallans that their prcsenco
on share Is Indication of the contlnu
unco of tho present storm.
Police Court Notcu.
The following cases wcro disposed of
It. tho Pollco Court this (orcnoon; T.
K. lice and Chun On, affray, discharg
ed; F, Archerfl common nuisance, ball
forfeited; Popek, Snsansky nnd F.
Mnkskn, disturbing tho quiet of the
night, $2 and costs; cloven cases of
drunkenness, usunl fine; eighteen gam
blers, J10 and costs; flvo gamblers, 5
and costs; one gambler, $15 nnd costs;
W.'R. Sims, assault nnd battery on 1).
R. Campbell, nblle pros'd.
Anti Saloon League
Plans a Campaign
The Ministerial Association nnd lny
workers met this morning In Central
Union church with Dr. K. S. Chapman
to confer regarding n temperance cam
paign under tho auspices of tho nntt-
Dr. Chaplnan Bpoko of tho work be
ing done by tho I.enguo in California
and Ohio and outlined the action he
considered best for Honolulu. Tho
motto of tho League Is "The Saloon
must go." He favors putting the ques
tion nf tho abolition of the saloon to
Franklin Austin spoko on tho meats
urea to bo expected (rom tho Leglsla
ture. A resolution wns adopted, favor
Ing a campaign of education under tho
leadership o( Dr. Chapman. Definite
arrangements were left to the minister
ial committee consisting of Rev. W. M.
Klncuid, Rev. A. K. Coiy and Rev. G.
i.gfofr vlm -ijfefef, $
v Pkiok 5 OnxTB. . ; s ' 2
-J-- . 3 M S,
:0 KI1CAH It AG MILL O
, A ninety day option hasNbcen O
' O secured uj N. W. OrUwold on six O .
, and three-fourth acres of ground O
O on the Kaplointil tract, ror urn v
O Ute of a Jute or sugar Lag fac - O
O tory. The establishment In O
O contemplation will cost JK'O.ooo o
O and will jjve cniployment to O
O from 200 to 300 people.
O The short period for which the O
O option was taken Indicates that O
O the enterprise Is in the ndvanc- O
O ed stages of Incubation and the O
p names of the men backing it. nre O
O sufflelent to guarantee success. O
O A sugar bag factory for Hono- O
O lulu has been talked of for a long O
O time and every business man Is O
O aware of the good fiold here for O
O such an Institution. Thi .local O
C- demand for the products of such O
O a factory Is constant and laige O
O and no reason appears, why an O
O enterprise of till nature should
O lag for any lack of financial sup- O
O port. O
AT MASONIC TEMPLE
t Will be Known as .Leahi, Chapter
No. 2, and Starts Out With
Leahi, chapter No. 2, of the Order of
the Eastern Star In the Hawaiian Isl
ands was organized at the Masonic
Temple Sturdily night with a charter
membership of 11. The organization
is the outgrowth of the work of Mr.
nnd Mrs. L. T. Grant and Mr. uud Mrs.
C. L. Crnbbe. The membership as it
now stands ts nbout equally dlldcd as
to men and women. At the meeting
Saturday night, L. T. Orant presided
and C. L. Crabbe served as secretary.
The officers elected were: Mrs. L. T.
Grant, worthy matron, with Mrs. C.
L. Crabbo asslstnnt. Judge Galbralth
was chosen us deputy representative of
the Grand Chapter. Mrs. Atwater, Mrs.
II. H. Williams and one other lady
were nppolntcd a committee to secure a
hall for the order. The finance com
mittee consists of Mrs. C. II. Cooper,
Mrs. Mclanphy nnd Mrs. Kvnns.
At tho next meeting which will be
called by the chair, as soon ns the
charter Is received, permanent organ
ization will bo effected.
The little schooner Kaukenoull which
was partially dismantled nt Honulapo
several weeks ago, arrived fills after
If you want any of the exquisite col
or work or those pretty tapa albums
that nre now offered by the HONOLU
LU PHOTO SUPPIYCO., you had best
get In your order early ns the supply
does not nearly equal the demand.
With a fully-equipped bindery, re
cently acquired from T. G. Thrum, a
largely Improved nnd extended me
chanical equipment Installed In com
modious quarters, the llullctln Pub
lishing Company Is prepared to handle
with dispatch anything In the line of
printing, ruling or binding.
WHEN Yo Are Ready
to Procure your
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They have Large Buckles.
These slippers will have a
tendency to make your
costume more attractive.