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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T..THUIISDAY, TEH. 21, 1901.
F. PfttRSON J A MATTIItWVlA'e
Peterson & Mattlicwnran,
COUNSLLLORs AT LAW
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IS KAAHUMANU SI
SEO. A. DAVIS
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L. II. DEE, Prop.
OPENS PARLIAMENT WITH
King Reads His Speech Refers Jo
South Africa and Regrets Continu
ed Resistance of Boer Repub
lics Pleasant Generalities.
London. Feb. 14. The first Par
liament of tbo rctgn of King Ldward
VII wna opened th.s nftcrnoon by tbo
King In person. Ills Majesty was
accompanied by queen Alexandra,
tbo Duko 01 Connaught and many otb
crs of tho roval family.
Tbo last state ceremony of tho kind
occurred lu 18G1 when Queen Vlctoila
opened Parliament accompanied by
the Prlnco Consort and since tho
death of the latter nothing equal to
today's pomp has uecn witnessed In
London In connection with tho open
ing of tho legislature.
Five carr ges of state containing
uniformed olllrlals nnd Indies of the
household, tacb drawn by bIx horses
with postillions and outriders, led tbo
procession. Next caino tbo masslvo
stato chariot, tho occupant) of whlrh
could bo plainly seen through tho
plate glass windows, tbo King, who
unit In full uniform, sal Jtlng constant
ly nnd tho Queen bowing on all sides.
All along tho routo lints nnd band
kerchiefs were wnved und the grout
est enthusiasm wns dlsplacd Tbo
approaches to tho houses nf l'arlla
ment wero blnck with neonlo who
wero kept in their places by Irish and
The King and Queen quickly got
out of the state cnnlago, whlth camo
to n standstill nt tho roval entrnitco
bencnth the Victoria Tower and went
up thu mnrhlo stairway Into tbo rob
In tho Houso of l.nrds the United
Stntes Ambassador, Mr. Llioito, as
usual, wns promlnert. Mrs. Choata
was with tho Ambassador's wives.
All present rose ns tho rojal pro
cession entereil. nnd nil ces centered
on the Queen's dress, which It could
be seen. In splto of tho ermlno capo
was of deep black rnu glittered with
Jowels, whllo ncross her brenst was
tbo ribbon of tho order of tho darter,
her husband's latest tribute
In solemn tones the Lord Chancel
lor administered tho oath, with tho
King sitting. Tho Lord Chancellor
then, kneeling, handed tho Kliic n roll
which ho signed, after which all pros (
cnt onco moro stood up and tho Klngi
put on his Field Mnrhal'8 plumed
hat, rose, and, lu clear, ringing tones,'
read his speech
Tho King's speech was ns follows:
My Lords nnd Gentlemen: I ad'
dress you for tho first tlmu at n mo
ment of nntlonnl sorrow, when the
actav w iiiiviuuui cunuil, t1iJl.il Ull'i
wholo country Is mourning tbo Irro - '1
parablo loss wo havo bo rocentlv sus
tnlncd and which has fallen with po
cullar severity on msclf My belov
ed mother during her long and glorl
ous reign has set an exnmnlo before
tho world of what n monarch should
ue. It Is my earnest desire to walk
In her footsteps,
"Amid this public and prlvnto
grief It Is satisfactory to mo tu bo ablo
to nssuro ou that my relations with
tho other powers contlnuo friendly.
"Tho war In South Aftlcn Is not ct
entirely terminated, but tho capitals
of tho enemy ani nis principal lines
of communication nro In my posses
slon nnd measures havo been taken
which will, I trust, enable my troops
to deal effectually with the forces by
which they tiro still opposed.
"I greatly regret tho loss of llfo and
cxpendlturo of trensuro dim to the
fruitless guerilla warfnro maintained
by Ilocr partisans In tho former ter
rltorlcs of tho two republics. Their
early submission Is much to bo deslr
ed In their Interests, ns until It takes
plncp It will bo Impossiblo for mo to
pstnbllsb In those colonies, (ho Instl
tutlons which will secure the equil
rights of all tho whlto Inhabitants ani
protection nnd Justice for tho natlvo
"Tho canturo nt Pcklnc bv tho nl
Hod forces nnd tho happy rclenso cf
thoso who wero besieged In tho lega
tions, results to which my Indian
troops and my naval forces largely
contributed havo been followed by
the sumblBslon of tho Chinese govern
ment to the demands Insisted upon ny
tho powers. Negotiations nro pro
ceedlng regarding tho manner In
which compllantn with these demands
Is to bo effected.
"Tho estnblluhmcnt of tho Austra
linn commonwealth was proclaimed
at Sydney, Jnnuary 1. with many man
ifestations of popular enthusiasm nnd
rejoicing My deeply beloved and
Innierited mother had assented to tho
visit of tbo Duke of Cornwall nnd
York to open tho first Parliament of
tho new commonwealth In her nnri.
A separation frpm my son, especially
nt suet a racment, cannot bo other
wise than deeply painful but I still do-
Biro to glvo effect to her lato Mnjes
ty'a wishes as evidence of her Inter
est, ns well ns of my own, In nil that
concerns tho elfaro of my subjects
bejond tho sens. I havo decided that
tho visit to Australia shall not bo
abandoned nnu sTTitll ho extended to
New Zcnland nnd tbo Dominion ijf
"Tho prolongation of tho hostilities
In South Africa has led mo to mako n
further call on tho patriotism nnd do
votlon of Canada and Austrnlat-ln, 1
rcijnlco that my request has met with
n prompt nnd lovnl response and largo
additional contingents from thoso
colonies will ombarK for tho scat of
wnr nt nn early datn
"The expedition organized for tbo
suppression of tho rcbolllon In Ashantl
was crowned with slsnal success. The
endurnnco ami gallantry of my natlvo
troops, nbly commnnded bv Sir Jnmes
Wlllcoaks and led bv llrltli officers
havo overcomo both tho stubborn ro
slstanco of tho most warlike tribes of
west Africa nnd tho cxcontlnnnl dim
ciiltles of tho cllmnto nnd senson of
tho country In which tho operations
wero conducted. Tho garrison of Coo
mnsslo which was beleged by tbn eno
my. has been relieved after a prolong'
ed and gallant defenso Tho nrlnclnal
kings hnvo surrendered and tho chief
Impediment to tho progress of tho do
volopmcnt of this rlth portion of West
Africa po-Resslons Ins now, I hopo,
been iiniity removed
Tho Buffeting nnd mortality caused
by tho prolonged drouth in n lnrgo
portion nf my Jnulan cmplro, hnvo
been greatly alleviated by a season
alilo rainfall, but I regret to add that
In parts of tho Bombay presidency
distress of a serious character still
continues which my olllccra nro using
every cntlonof to mltlgntc.
"Gentlemen of the houso of Com
mons: The estimates lor tho year will
bo laid before J oil Ilvwy care has
'teen taken to limit their ntnount but
tho ntin and military retiulremcnts
of tho country and especially tho out
la consequent upon tho Hnntli Afrl
can nnr, has Involved nn Inevitable
"Tho demise of tho crown renders It
necessary that renewed provision
lin.1l bo made for the civil list. I place
unreservedly at our disposal those
hprcdlt.tr revenues which wero ro
placed bv my predecessor nnd I have
commanded that tho papers necessary
for a full consideration of tbo subject
shnll bo laid beforo you.
"My Lords and (lentlcmcn: Pro
posals will bo submitted to our judg
ment for Increasing tho ofllclcncy nf
my mltltnry torces.
"Certain changes In tho constltu
tlon of tho court of final appeal aro
considered necessary In consequence
of tho Increased resort to It, which
has resulted from tho expansion of tho
empire during tho last two genera'
"Legislation will bo proposed to you
for tho nmendracnt of tho law relat
ing to education.
"Legislation has been prepared and
If the tlmo at your dlsposnl proves to
bo nder-tiate It will bo laid beforo you
tor the purpose of regulating the vo
luntnry sale by landlords to occupy
Ing tenants In Ireland: for amending
and consolidating the factory and
workshops acts; for tho better ndmtn
Istrntlon of tbo law respecting lunn
tics; for amending tbo public health
acts In regard to thu wntcr supply;
for tho prevention of drunkenness in
licensed houtes nnd public places nnd
for nmendlng tho law of literary copy
"I pray that Almighty (lod may con
tlnuo to guide ou in tho conduct of
our deliberations nnd that ho may
bless thoni with success."
The King wore n Field Marshal's
cbnpenu when bo rend his speech
Ills volco wns clear and firm. After
tho rending of tho speech tho pro
session was reformed, tho King pro
ccetled to tho robing room, unrobed
and left Westminster, tho procession
departing in tho Btnto carriages, in
tho same order ns it eniered
Lord Klmberley, Liberal leader,
said tho Houso needed no further ns
Biirnnccs that thu King would follow
In tho steps of his mother, nnd pro
ceeded to express .Ilssatufactlon with
tho conduct of tho wnr In South Afrl
en. Ho said tho present conditions In
South Africa flllid him with apprehen
sion. The government had been living
In n fool's paradise. Unless they on
nblcd General Kitchener to speedllv
terminate tho war, tho situation could
easily become more dangerous. If tho
(.overnment rttemptcd to put tho
wholo military situation on n more
fntlsfactory b.uls, they would recelvo
every suppoit from tho Liberals.
Lord Salisbury roso leisurely nnd said
that tho countiy could now hone con
fidently thnt tho promlso given by tho
King that ho would follow In his moth
" .ti. nieit lunuit ill l iliUl.il"
- 1"'1" steps would bo fully nnd abun-
dantly borno out.
ir so, it would be tho grcatekt
triumph for tho neonlo of the mon
nnhy nnd for the nnmo of tho nrltlsh
union. Dcnllng with tbo wnr. Lord
j S illslmrj thought there was nothing
"mls,i:l1 in thf icnttli of the comnnlgn,
Ho rcfened Lord Klmberley to the In.
dlnn mutiny nnd the American wnr,
between which and the South Afrlrnn
campaign thero wns a great rpa"m
bianco. In Bosnia It took two yoirs
anu hip wnoio power or Austria to con
qi"r tho pensants.
Wliero gicnt enthusiasm nnd ivr
slsteiicy existed in n country llko
souin Africa months must elapso bo
retro tranquillity com., bo restore.!.
Therefore, he did not bellow) thero
wns any real ground for tbo discontent
or npprehcnslon expressed by Lord
THEY Till OF PEACE
Capo Town. Tcb. 13. plot Do Wet
who nrrlved In Capo Town yesterday
to cngngo tho Afrikanders In tho penco
ne-Kuiiaiions, nns an appointment FrI
elny or Saturday with Theron. nresl
dent of tho Afrikander Ilund, who .s
coming hero for tbn Biieclnl nurnosn of
discussing peace possibilities. Do Wet,
on behalf of tho Door peaco committee,
desires mo AiriKiinner iiuntl to an
nounco clearly thnt tho tnvndcrs enn
expect no aid from tho Capo Town
Dutch, and then to send a deputntinn
to sioyn nnu uenornt Do Wet to en
denvor to prevail upon them to stir
render. He bus ho is confident Com-mnnder-ricncral
Louis llothn will sur
render If Sten and Do ct would do
so, nnd tho surrender will bo practical
ly without conditions.
London, Feb. 13. A special dis
patch from Capo Town says: A. D.
Wolmninns, Doer delcgato to tho Unit
ed States and Europe, writes from
Paris strenuously urging tho Boors to
BoePH Loho Heavily.
Durban, Natal, Feb. 13. Tho
Boer losses when thoy wore nttacked
by General rrc.ich nt Urmolo last
week aro Bald to havo occn forty men
MlU'il nnd 200 mndo prisoners. Gen
eral French has recaptured n 15 pound
er captured from tho British nt Co
lenso. Do Wet Driven Out.
London, Tcb, 14. Tho Kvenlng
Nows today prints n despatch from
Cnpo Town dated Thmsdny, February
14, which snjs- Tho government hero
Is advised that General Christian Do
Wet nnd former President Steyn en
tered Cnpo Colony nnd occupied Phil
llpstown. Tho British attacked them
jesterdny and drovo them ou oi town
Capo Town, Feb. 14. A Boer
commando crossed tho Ornngo River
vestorday In tho Phllllpstown district.
It Is reported thnt Do Wet was In
command. Vnn Wksylel was occu
pied Monday by 300 iioers who wero
retreating from Cnlvlnln Tho Boers
aro reported In forco 24 miles west of
Carnarvon. A Doer convoy of nG wag
ons and 45 prisoners has been captur
ed north of Amsterdam.
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All druggists refund tbo money If It
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Is on each box 25 cenU.
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Pacific Heights. Tare 5 cents.
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J. B. CASTLE 1st Vlce-I'rrslt
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J. P. COOKE rrea-ue
W. O.SMITH Secretary and Audit.
Sugar Factors and
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Olaa Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugat Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugai Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. U.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of
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Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NaUoxa
Cane Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
N Ohiandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertll
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade ft
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Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
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Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Pals
and Papers; Lucol and LhuM
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), S
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LI
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rtia Walatua Acrlc-ilrratl Co., L 1,1
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Sugar Co , Haleakala Winch Co., Mo'okil Ruit
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Robertsou, Manager; E. F. Blahoj
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