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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWALtfcUHSDAY. FEBRUARY 12 1001
Pkiok 5 Gents.
Favor the Extension of
Queen Street to
ACM TO ASK AID FROM
Appropriation is Wantea to HelpTay
for Extension of Queen Street
Across the - Rico Field
The managers of the Illaliop Estate
have agreed with V. C. Achl In the
matter of opening tip a CO-foot road
parallel with King street, out Palama
way. This road will be located half
way between the main tine of the Oahu
Hallway and tlio railroad running to
tlu fertilizer works".
The plans of tho IJIshop Estate are to
open this road at present to the Wat
pllopllo road, which with the exten
sions Ewa, to be made by Achl. will
Kite a stretch of oer 4000 feet of new
Thero will remain, when this Im
piatcmcnt Is made, 4500 feet across the
Dlahop rice fields to the forks of tho
Iwllel road near Oahu prison. Theeo
lauds ore under a ten year lease to a
rice planter, but reservations for open
ing roads are made. While the Dish
op trustees aro not considering the Im
mediate extension of the road across
this stretch. It Is not In Accord with
their policy to obstruct the creation
of new streets or highways. The ex
pense of filling In for a road across
these rice swamps would be heavy but
the need of a roadway parallel to King
street out that way. Is apparent.
Mr. Achl will ask the coming Legis
lature for an appropriation to aid In
the building of this road. If tho ap
pioprlatlon Is made, he expects no
difficulty In, securing the liberal co
operation of the truHtees of the nishop
If tho rice fields are crossed with a
good road, connecting at Iwllel forks.
It means tho virtual extension of
Queen street a mile and thrco quarters.
The Ewa terminus of this Btreet would
then bo at the point where It Intersects
the road running down to tho leper re
Tho dry portion of this proposed ex
tension Is nbout 4500 feet nnd will he
opened nt onco by tho Illshop Estate
and V. C. Achl.
The ladles of tho day nursery will
bo at tho Castlo Home, King street,
from 3 to 5 o'clock on Thursday aftor
non to receive contributions for car
rying on tho work oftho nursery.
Money contributions will go to Mrs.
Macdonald who lives In a cottage on
Richards street, noxt to Central Union
There Is on display In tho window of
Whitman & Co. on King street, an
Orient motor bicycle, manufactured bv
the Waltham Manufacturing Co. of
This Is the first machine 'of the kind
ever shipped to Honolulu, and .It na
turally attracts much attention'.
The entire outfit weighs In the
neighborhood of 100 pounds. Is of 3',i
horse power, and has a guranteed speed
of 45 miles an hour, or a 1:30 gait per
The undersigned firm beg to
announce that the sale of
OAHU COLLEGE resi
dence grounds at
will be shared by
W. R. CA8TLB. Jp ,
as joint Sales Agent.
Information, Terms, Etc., may
be obtained of MR. CASTLE
at his office, or of the undersigned.
mile. Gasoline Is used torrenerate the
The entire mechanical parts are very
compact and, as soon as the weather
moderates, the machine will be taken
out for a trial.
Health Board Vlnlta Kewnlo.
President Raymond, Dr. Cooper, Dr.
Emerson and Oeorgo W, Smith of tho
Hoard of Health, accompanied by
Executive Officer Pratt, visited sev
eral of the Insanitary pools of water In
tho Kewnlo district yesterday for tho
purpose of making n personal survey of
tho whole place. The visit was made
at the request of Sanitary Officer Hem
enway. Among other things. It was found
that tho Government ditch running
through Kakaako was In fairly good
condition. However, tho Doard was of
the opinion that more Improvements
could bo made. Several other stagnant
pools wero visited. The opinions of
the members of the Doard on these will
bo stated nt the regular meeting to
Stevens nt the 8tenmer.
Mortimer I. Stevens, the young man
who was shot In an encounter with
Editor Olll of the Republican and who
In the-Advertiser ycsterday.was "writh
ing on a bed of pain." and too sick to
appear In court, was at the steamer
Mariposa this morning to say good
bye to departing friends.
DAVID' DAYTON PRISONER
IN HIS OWN HOUSE
One of Others on Litiha Street-Rapid
Transit Operations Cause of the
Difficulty Blockade is
David Da) ton Is a prisoner In his
own house. It present conditions con
tinue ho Is likely to be like the mari
ner cast away on a desert Isle. Ho
can't get out and no one can get to his
house without wandering through a sea
Perhaps a man on horseback might
bo able to nuke the trip without dan
ger to life or limb but no conveyance
on wheels can pass that supposedly
public highway known ns I.lllha street
but more recently usurped by the
Rapid Transit company
Mr. Da tun Is not the only one.
Thero are other residents along I.lllha
street who hao watched with un
feigned Interest the Transit company's
progresi In barricading the btreet and
shutting' them out from communica
tion with the butcher, the baker, the
groceiynuin and tho outsldo world gen
erally. Ono family found Its woodpile
growing beautifully less. Moro wood
was ordeied by telephone but the
woodman could not get to tho house;
tho Rapid Transit company held sway
on that portion of I.lllha street. An 'ex
pressman will tackle most nnythlng In
tho way of a road. Dut the fraternity
of bagrfago smashers found Its Water
loo the other day when one of Us mem
bers had a trunk to deliver to Mr. Day
ton'B house. Tho "street" allowed by
the Rapid Transit Company was too
much for tho baggage man. Ho had to
shoulder his burden and make his de
vious way over about a hundred yards
of roek and mud to Mr. Dayton's house.
Afew days ngo Mr. Dayton called at
the Dnllctln office and detailed the mis
erable condition of I.lllha street In the
vicinity of his house. This morning ho
telephoned that he couldn't get down
town. How many of his neighbors are
In the same condition he doesn't know
as there Is no wireless telegraph, helio
graph, or carrier pigeon service to span
tho desert waste that was onco known
ns I.lllha street, but now by govern
ment graco and electric speed Is the
Rapid Transit's mud,holo.
Police Court Notes.
Tho following cases were disposed of
In tho Police Court this forenoon: S.
Smith, II. W. Kinney. L. D. Kaalna and
Oeorgo Harbottle, gambling, discharg
ed; four cases of drunkenness, usual
fine; ono case of drunkenness, repri
manded nnd discharged; Moanalua,
larceny In the second degree, commit
ted to tho May term of the Circuit
Court for trial.
P. Maurice MacMallon renounced
King Edward VII. of England befnro
Judge Estee this morning and became
a good American citizen, Mr. -Mac-Mahon
took out his first pnpers In San
nernadlno. Cal., In 1892. Mr. MncMn
lion doef, not Intend to go back to the
old country. Ho says America In gen
eral nnd the Territory of Hawaii In
particular, Is good enough for him.
Tho latest style of straw hats will be
exhibited In our store, Iwakaml, Hotel
Mass Meeting in Orpheum
Theatre Next Tues
COMMITTEE OF THREE
SELECTED LAST NIGHT
At Meeting of Home Rule Party
Executive Committee About
690 Natives Have Fire
A meeting of tho cxccutlvo commit
tee of tho Independent Home Hulo par
ty was held In headquarters last night
for tho purposo of discussing various
matters of Importance.
Tho principal discussion of the meet
ing was on tho fire claims of the na
tive Hawallans, tho members of tho
commltteo feeling that It was about
time the claims of tho natives should
be gotten Into shape for presentation
to tho Incoming Legislature. The Chi
nese, Japanese nnd all others have been
nt work for a long time but the Hawa
llans have held back. There havo been
no mass meetings nnd not n committee
has been appointed to Investigate mat
ters. It was on this account that the
executive committee of tho Imlepcn
dent Homo Rulo party decided to take
At last night's meeting, a commit
consisting of Jns, IC. Kaulla (chair
man), J. K. Prcndergast and F. J.
Testa, was appointed to arrango for n
big mass meeting of natives to be held
In the Orpheum next Tuesday night at
At that time, those natives who suf
fered from fire during the plague times,
will be expected to speak up nnd make,
their suggestions as to a line of action
looking toward the recovery of what
they claim should be forthcoming.
The committee mentioned above will
havo chargo of the meeting but tho
mass of natives themsches will formu
late tho plans. A committee of sev
eral members will be appointed, their
work to ho tho Investigation of all tho
natho tiro claims and to put these In
proper shapo for presentation to the
While tho Independents nro anxious
that tho claims of tho natives shall bo
presented, they nro llkewlso anxious
that these claims shall not be too high.
The commltteo appointed at tho meet
ing will work on this suggestion.
It Is estimated that about flvo hun
dred natives were affected by the fires
during the existence of the plague In
Honolulu. Tho majority of these lived
along on Ucretnnln street between Nuu
anu and River and along on River
street between King nnd Vineyard.
Tho claims of these people will bo In
the neighborhood of (50,000. This Is a
A Rotten Pole
While removlpg one of tho poles of
the Hawaiian Electric Co. near Dish
op's bank this morning, the men doing
tho work found tho base in a very ad
vanced stage of decny. From the looks
of tho pole, It seems a miracle that It
did not fall over and Injure someone
during the high winds of a short time
IT IN 1
Tho twenty-one persons, against
whom criminal Indictments wero found
by tho Oram! Jury, wero nrralgned this
morning In tho Circuit Court. Most
of them wero ready with pleas. The
following cases wero entered upon the
Wahlncnukal, embezzlement, will bo
defended by Attorney Russell; Joseph
King, mnllcious Injury, Attorney Cor
real Nnholua, malicious injury, attor
ney Knulukou; Malltia, assault and bat
tery, attorney Kaulukou; Yamamoto
and Ogata, malicious Injury, attorney,
Robertson; W. Smith, assault on public
ofllcer, attorney, T. MiCants Stewart;
Joe Ilcuson, assault on public officer,
attorney, Chllllngworth; Munu, assault
and Jiattery, attorney, Peters; Kepano,
assault and battery, attorney, Kauiu
Magoon & Thompson, attorneys for
tho administration In tho estato of II.
Stclgmann, filed an Inventory today.
Tho assets of tho estato consist of a
stock of merchandise In a store on
King street, valued nt ?2000, and house
hold furnlturo valued nt (50.
rrederlck I,. Wnldron, administrator
In tho estato nt James Hutchlngs. filed
an Inventory today. Tho summary
shew assets as follows; Merchandise
and. accounts, (8030.8$; fixtures, (532;
cash on; hand, (tG5.8."; cash In bank,
3JW.7; McChcsncy & Co., (10.02
household furniture, (500. Total, (13,
130.02. Liabilities, mortgage and In
terest, (2110 and accounts owing by
the estato (1898.88, leaving a net worth
The. divorce suit of Corlnne Ilartlctt
vs. Ward S. Dartlctt, was dismissed
by Judge Humphreys this morning.
MARIPOSA OFF ON TIME.
The hand played at the Oceanic
wharf this morning prior to the de
parture of the Mariposa. A largo
crowd of passengers left on the steam
ci nnd, despite the rain, the wharf
was crowded with people to sec the
Among the departing passengers was
Mike Costcllo. During nn Intermission
of the band and while those on the
whatf were yelling their last good
bye messagrs to those on the steamer,
some friend of Costello. recollecting
tho trouble he used to have here with
the guardians of tho place for leaving
his horses untied, yelled out to him:
"Look out you don't leave your horse
untied In 'Frisco, Mike. Haurahan Is
COUNTY- CHARTCIi .FINISHED.
Tho Independent Charter Commis
sion met at Foster hall last night and
heard the report of Mr. Caypless on
final revision of the county charter.
The changes made were very few and
On motion, the bill was ndopted and
the secretary was ordered to deliver
the document to I). Kalauokalanl, to be
by him presented to the members of
It was on tbo program to take up tho
city charter lasj, nl$ht, but the mem
bers In charge of that work were not
ready to report.
CHINEBB TO MBIiy.
On Wednesday or Thursday evenings
of this wetk meetings will bo held nt
tho rooms of tho United Chinese So
ciety on King street for the purpose of
appointing? n permanent commltteo
which will bo selected to represent the
Chlneso plague fire claims before the
From present appearances, this meet
ing, will b an Important'one and tVIs
expected thnt It will bo largely attend
ed, particularly by those who suffered
ROAD DEPARTMENT TROUULEK
Tho fair weather of yesterday en
couraged the road supervisor nnd all
tho road force was ordered to work.
Teams were put to hauling rock nnd
tho department was nil activity from
Mr. Campbell down.
This morning, the weather continued
promising but, nt 9 o'clock, tho tor
rents from the skies stopped the whole
works. Tho force has been retired
onco moro with Instructions to report
when It elenrs up.
CAMERON 8AID THINGS.
Tho arrival of tho Walaleale this
morning was announced by three whis
tles. Tllot Cameron had to walk from
his homo to tho pilot house as It was
too early for him to get n hack.
When he arrived and found thnt tho
steamer reported as the Rio was only
tho Wnlaleale, ho said things thnt,
whllo they might be thoroughly under
stood would not bo heard In the pres
enco of ladles at a Sunday school pic
Lenhl, Chapter, No. 2, of tho Order of
tho Eastern Star, organized last Sat
urday night, starts out with the fol
lowing charter members: Meadames 8.
II. Barnes, M. C. Hutchlns. A. E. At
water, M. Howard. M. F. II. Oat, L. C.
Ilcrgstrom, K, Mcfl, Cooper, XI. H.
Rothwcll, M. E. Drown, S. L. Williams,
H. K. Wright, E. L. R. Crubbo, E.
White, N. II. Marks, M. a. Evans. M. II.
Austin, E. M. Pratt, M. P. Glffard. E.
E. Ornnt, N. M. Hoffman, A. M. 'Web
ster, L. S. Faser, J. It, Lando, C. Ros
tln, Miss E. K. Dayton, Mcsdames M.
K. Reld, II. C. Harvey. M. Melanphy,
F. L. Seybold. A. II. Reedy, II. M. lloyd.
M. West, J. More. N. J. rjalbralth, and
Master Masons Clinton J, Hutchlns, II,
E. Webster, W. L. Howard, T. Hoff
man, R. Reedy. C. L. Garvin, J. O.
Rothwell. C. M. White, A. Dames, C. II.
Wood, C. Crnbbe, J. M. Oat, S. L.
Purvey, H. II. Williams, J. W. Rerg
strom, 13. C. Drown, C. T. Grant, W. O.
Atwnter, J. W. Pralt, AV, W. Wright,
J. D. Tucker, T. F. Lansing. II. C.
Austin, J. II. Iloyd, J. A. McCandless,
T. 13. Wall, N. E. Gedgo
Take a rldo on tho electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 5 cents.
CHINESE AT IDS
Loyalists Say Tuesday is
Proper Time to
REFORMERS WILL MAKE
MONDAY THEIR TIME
Reception in Hall of United Chinese
Society American Clothes Will
Be Worn No More
Til n rtlitlirnt or' na In li a rtnvmnn
Mm. Mr .i,n i.. !., ..f ii... .m.i.,.oI"P,1'. can e truthfully scheduled a la-
New Year still continues, the loyalists!
sin h as Chinese Consul Yang Wcl Pin,
Goo ICIm and others taking one side
and the adherents of the Reform Par
ty the other. This Is tho rock .upon
which tho factions split and each will
follow out Its own decision.
The Reformers Insist that Monday Is
tho day that should be celebrated al
though, nt one time, they too were In
favor of Tuesday. They say that It Is'
not only the correct time but It accords
better with modern Ideas of civiliza
tion. The loyalists will retain their old
rnlendar May. Tuesday, and no amount
of talking will cniiM? thrtu to change
Tho Reformers who are In the great
majority In the, United Chinese Society,
will keep open house at their hall on
King street Monday. In place of the
Consul receiving as In times gono by
and even during the past two years,
the president of the society, II. A. Hln,
will do tho honors. ,
This Chinaman, having broken away
enllrelr frnm Itm nlil Phlnpfef. tilpna ftnil
customs, will wear the clothes of the II ls t,,0,1.nt on BCCD,mt of ,llc lonB
American, citizen Instead of the gaudy continued southerly weather that, as
silks and satins that were In vogue In ' 800n n u '-. It will be found no
yearsgoneby. Ho will not bow to tho c'at" l" 'lo 8,"m? "''K"B t-
ground when visitors arc presented to mo,,,h r "' liaruor aml la ,uo clian
him but will shake them by the hand.
Ufa a grip like an old Ohio farmer.
The ushers will also be dressed In
the clothes of nn American citizen
nnd. like the president of tho society,
will do everything according to up-to-dato
A luncheon will be served and cham
pagne will flow. In the past, the hand
has been In the habit of playing nt
these functions but now- that this
year's teception will not have the pa-
tronngo of the Chinese Consul. It ls'c" "" u,Hrc w"8 -B ,ccl ul """
not certain If the old custom will 1)e I tre Is now not more than twenty and.
followed out I oir ,,u' "Bll,I","e- although for many
Consul Yang Wcl Vln will hold his ""'"' 'lll' n,1, vessels have stlr
roc option on the Tuesday following. I "'' "" lho ,m"1 '" I'i"",lnK' n",h,nB has
ilccausc of the fart that chlnese , l-ccn done to remedy tho deed.
New Year could not bo observed last I T1,e blB ,,Mraor """ ' ""
year on nccount of the plague. It Is
very probable that the Chlneso will
tnke double time this year. The mere
statement of this will prove Interesting
to say the least, to the housekeepers
who havo Chinese help.
Tho members of the United Society
have selected the following to bo tho
reception commltteo nt tho hall ou
Monday: Chang Chow of E. O. Hall
& Son. I.an Tang of II. Hnckfeld & Co.,
Ltd.; Lin Sin Chow of tho Hawaiian
Tobacco Co.; W. V. Kwnl Fong of the
Dank of Hawaii; Ho Fon of Dlshop &
Co.. nnd Chang Kim.
Sewer Contract Awarded.
Tho contract for putting In the
storm sower on Alake.i street, frnm
Halekuiiwlla to King streets was yes
leiday awarded to J. A. Reiser by the
Rupcilntondent of Public Works, the
bid of this contractor being ti.LZ per
lineal foot for the lower and 13.S0 for
tho upper or narrow section. Thero
was only one other bid, The successful
contrnctor agrees to mako tho rock
excavations necessary to lay his pipes,
nt tho rate of $2 per cubic yard, Catch
basins will ho put In for $70 and man
holes for $02. Tho lower section Is to
be 31x54 inches nnd tho upper, 32x48
Cruelty to Anlmnlx.
Hlraoka. n Japanese, was nrrcsted
nn Punchbowl street this morning by a
mounted patrolman, tho charge en
tered against him being cruelty to ani
mals. Tho patrolman claims that the
Japanese was driving n small horse at
tached to a heavy dray upon, which was
a great pile of wood; further, that the
nnlmal was hardly nblo to get through
tho mud with tho heavy burden and
thnt tho Japanese used n billet of wood
with which to hit the lioree.
COMPLAINT AIIOUT TKAMCAII8.
Many nietho complaints on streets
nowadays about tho carelessness of
thoso trnmcar drivers who seem to
think that they nro tho only ones who '
have tho right to the use of the streets. I
i around for this complaint was most
I noticeable at the corner of Fort and
. Merchant streets during the heavy rain
I Two cars at ten mlnuto Intervals,
wrnt.dowu Fort street nnd stopped ill
' recti)- at the crossing on the mauka,
corner. Instead of going on past tho
mnkni corner ami then stopping.
During dry weather, people do not
complain ns much because they can
go around the front or back end of a
car In crossing the street, tl Is differ
ent In rainy weahter when the only
way to get to the other street Is by
means of the crossing.
Those drivers who have any regard
for the rights of the people. nlwns stop
on the mnkal corner, past the crossing,
on the way down town nnd on the mau
kn sldo on the way up.
Chinese Children nn LnhorerH.
A Chlneso child Is classed ns a labor
er at thb Registration Diireau, no mat
ter linxv young It Is, providing the pa
rents are laborers, This classification
affords the Mongolians no small
amount of wonder nnd excites their
curiosity to nn abnormal degree. How
n tiny Infant with Its eyes scarcely
1",rPr',lH o'""' " Chlll8C r(tl,8
Tho E. 9. Olll shooting case will
come up for trial lu the Police Court
tomorrow forenoon. Roth sides will
APPEARANCE OF THINGS
SEEMS TO INDICATE IT
Continued Southerly Weather the
r Work to ,Dp When '
Krm the way the seas Jiavn been
breaking olf the harbor. It Is thought
that theie has been a sand bar form
ed by the action of the waves and a
stiong current never noticed before
seems to hno made Its presence felt
lately to vessels while leaving nnd en
tering the harbor. The current sets In
shore at the harbor mouth and extends
far up the channel.
At tho quarantine wharf where, n
1 ing tlio nnrnor on aiuniny, leu a
trail of mud behind her from tho nil-
road wharf until khe was half wny out
the channel. She was drawing almost
2G feet of water nt tho time.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H.
Camarn & Co. can now bo found on
Alahea street between Kins and Mer
WHEN Yo Are Ready
to Procure your
KINDLY INSPECT OUU AS
SOU I. WENT OH
QUEEN ELIZABETH ,
They haw Larpe Ruckles,
These slippers will have a
tendency to make your
costume more attractive.
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