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Vol. X, IJo. 178(1.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OS" HAWAII, TUESDAY MARCH 12 1901
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Which Failed, of Adop
tion in Senate This
AFTER INTERPRETER BUSH
Routine Matters Take Up Time -of
Senators Bills Received From
House-White Will Intro
According to tbc resolution ot Mr.
Carter, adopted yesterday, the Senate
met nt 9:30 o'clock. The clerk having
read the journal of the previous day. It
was found that the Interpreter was not
present. The sergoant-at-arms was
sent out after Mr. Ilush and the Senate
took a recess for a half hour.
The Senate convened ngaln at lOtiO
o'clock. The Interpreter having ar
rived, the Journal was translated.
Communications from tho Housi)
were read by tho clerk, these submit
ting four House bills that passed third
Mr. Kaunha reported as follows tor
tho Committee on Ways and Means:
"We recommend that bill No. 24 In
rejected, unless some other mode of
rercnu can bo substituted. The Pol
Tax yields at present some 107,000 per
Annum which cannot at this Mm; bf
"We recommend an amendment to
bill No. 27 as follows: In section 1 line
6 for the word 'twenty' substitute and
Insert 'fifteen:' In section 1, line 7, for
tho word 'twenty' substitute ''fifteen.
In all other respects, we approve th
The report was laid on the table to
be taken up with tho bills,
Mr, Kalauokalanl reported for tho
Printing Coramjtteo to the effect thai-
Senate Dills S, C. 7. 8, 19, 21, 22 and 2
nro printed nnd ready for dlttrlbutlon.
Mr. Kalauokalanl gavo a verbal re
port to the effect that the Senate Moto
kal committee had held a meeting and
that they would probably meet with
the Joint committee of the House In the
afternoon. The report of the Senatfl
committee had been given Into thu
hands of tho prlntor.
Mr. White gave notice of his Intcn
tlon to Introduce the following bills:
1. An Act to create a Court of
Claims to hear nnd determine all
claims which may bo prosecuted under
the provisions of this act for Injury to
or the loss of property, real, personal
or mixed, caused by tho .Board of
Health or any officer or officers or em
ploye or emplojes of tho Republic of
Hawaii, whether with or without au
thority of law, cither directly or Indi
rectly', Intentionally or accidentally, In
connection with the suppression of the
alleged bubonic plague in Honolulu and
elsewhere In thtf Territory of Hawaii:
and to provide for nppolntmcnt of the
officers of said court and tho payment
of the claims so heard and determined,
tho salaries of tho officers ot said court
And the expenses thereof.
2. An Act relating to the appoint
ment of bailiffs for certain courts In the
Territory of Hawaii and defining the
duties and powers of such and fixing
tho amount of their compensation, and
providing for the payment of such
Mr. Kanuha gavo notice of his Inten
tion to Introduce the following bllli
In a-Mltlon to "COLLEGE HILLS"
suburb, we offer the following city
$2,G00 House and lot, 90x200 at Sea
$2,200 6 Room House, Stable, etc., In
Puuonul. Lot 1 cox too.
$0,000 7 Room House, servants quarters
fernfrv. etc.. locate! on Prospect
St., commanding a magnificent
SR.800 6 Rcom House, fine lanal. sol'n-
d!Jly located near Oahu Col'ege.
$JV OO ( acre In KaUhl, 5 room cttage,
-We e rvnnt' house, etc., near
Kdinehamcha IV Road.
Sfl.roo t ln-m Mnue on Rerrtanla .ve.
Lot 80 ft, v, l.e runs through to
$4,000 Lot 1 cox 1 co, Kewalo, containing
$5,000 Vt Acre for subdivision, Just off
$6,000 Lot 110x150 on Keeaumoku St.,
near Wilder Ave.
92,760 Choice Lot, 80x175, at head of
Detailed Information will bf given upon
application at our office,
Mc'Clellan, Pond & Co.
TEL. MAIN Co. JUDD BUILDING
iilistatiis 1 is nt 1 iin 1 ri" 1 rf sfifc ill rtinliiA -mki
An Act to prevent laborers from ex
tortion. Under suspension of rules. Mr. K.i
nulia read his bill by title and It was
then turned over to the Printing Com
mittee, f !
Mr. Achl Introduced hli,. amendment
to tho rules of the Senate, notice of
which was given yesterday, as follows:
1. The standing committees shall
report upon all matters refered to them
within three days from the time any
matter Is referred, unless further time
Is Riven by vote of the Senate.
The amendment was not adopted.
At 12 noon tho Senate took a recess
until '1:30 p. m.
Kipling's VEnvol "Only Ye Master
Shall niamo" suggests tho name and
plot of Charlotte Thompson's play
written especially for tho talented
tody Florence Roberts. It will give hoi
many admirers a chance to see some
fine emotional work that has been ths
talk" of all the principal cities visited by
Miss Roberts and It Is safe to say that
a warm and kind greeting awaits her
this evening. The salo for all the per
formances haB been very large and
those who dcslre'to witness something
out of the usual had better secure gooj
location from Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
ANGRY JAPANESE SERVANT
RIOT IN THE BACKYARD
Was Fined $20 and
Judge Wilcox in the
lice Court This
In Police Court this morning sevortl
new faces were seen among tho specta.
torswhowcre present to watch the Issue
between Mrs. C. M. Whlto and Shlkus
hlgay, a servant In tho Whlto home,
who was accused of assault and batter;
upon Mrs. White.
Mrs. White testified that she ha1
some difficulty wlthher servant last
Saturday morning nbout watering the
plants In the hot house. In their con
versation nbout tho matter, which oc
curred In the back yard, the Japanese,
she claims, swore himself Into a fury of
rago and ended by violently shoving
her against tho fence. After this per
formance he waved tils arms frantically
about and Bald "money, money, mon
ey." The prosecuting witnesses Interpw
tntlon ot his acts was that ho wished
to quit his Job anil sho told him ho
knew they out. The encounter was wit
nessed from a neighboring pantry
window by Mrs. Hoogs. Mrs. Hoogs
testified on tho stand to tho fame, facts
na related by Mrs. White.
Another Interested spectator of the
affair was Siichl, the wlfo of the defen
dant, also employed by Mrs. White.
Suehl was In tho kitchen and saw the
whole thing through a window. She
solemnly swore In court, that her hus
band did not use bad languago nnd that
he did not lay a hand upon Mrs. White.
She Bald on tho other hand that Mm,
Whlto was chasing her husband with .1
broom and that, while running to to
keep out of the way, ho was yelling
money, to signify that ho would clear
out altogether If she would pay what
was coming. Other witnesses wero ex
Tho defendant In his own behalf tee
flfled to the same things, practically as
The Court approached the knotty
problem with deliberation, but was
guided, by the testimony of Mrs. Whlto
and Mrs, IIoogB and his knowledgo of
Japanese cunning nnd temper. He said
"I suppose tho defendant treated Mrs.
Whlto much as ho would treat his own
wife, when enraged with her. He also
seems to havo made tho mistake of
inniKing .in nuu u ,..... iu "".
wages by physical force. Any or.ll-
nary man would novo waned unui .Mr.
Whlto enmo home and then gone to
him for a financial settlement, I think
the man Is guilty."
Attorney Long, who represented the
defendant, mado a plea for n small flno
on account of the poverty of his client.
The fine was therefore nssessed at $2Q.
Notice of appeal was filed.
Charter CommUnlon Tonight.
There will be a meeting of the Re
publican Charter Committee at 7:20
this evening In tho Republican head
quarters Elite block. A full attendance
of all members as well as tho Republl
can executive committee Is requested.
The final draft of the charter will ba
taken up and acted upon.
REDUCTION SALE OF STRAW
HATS AT IWAKAMI'S, HOTEL
Order your wood nnd coal from the
City Wood and Coal Yards. Tel, Main
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Gilfillan Asks About the
PENSION OF $!2,6M PER
FOR P. M. L1L1U0KALAM
Hoogs Wants to Know About Two
Months Vacation Bmmeluth's
Bill for Initiithe and
The House met this morning at the
appointed hour of 9 o'clock with many
of the members absent at prayer and
roll call. After approval of the Journal,
Kelkl Introduced an Act to appropri
ate a pension for ex-Queen Lllluoka
lant. This provides: That the sum ot
$12,000 per annum Is hereby appropri
ated ns a pension for ex-Qucen'Mlluo
kalant during1 her life 'time, anil tha
Hon. II, E. Cooper, Secretory of tho
Territory of Hawaii, Is hereby directed
to pay the same out .of the public treas
ury In like manner with other salaries
and approbations, payable by tho ter
The said ex-Queen rLtlluokVlnbl' shall
be entitled ;to draw upon the, public
treasury for the pension provided in
the preceding section from and after
the date of the passage of. this .Act.
Passed first reading.
A resolution 'was Introduced by Haul
makole that the sum ot $I2U.'0 Is
hereby appropriated from the public
treasury and la hereby authoi'zed to be
expended for roads nnd bridges In tho
District ot Hani, on the Island of Maul.
Kaulmakole speaking In defense of
his measure said there may be some
doubt In the minds bf the members as
to the large amount called for, but
there are members here who are thor
oughly familiar with" the crindltfbti r-f
(he roads. He moved that the measure
be referred to committee on Public
Lands. After a prolonged discussion
of the rules, the bill was so referred
Mahoo Introduced his bill In relation
to "Gaming and Gambling."
Knnlho Introduced his bill for the
segregation of lepers.
Malioj Introduced n resolution car
rying $58,490 for the roads and
bridges of Walalun district. Oahu. Re
ferred to Committee on Publl? Lands
nnd Internal Improvements.
Hoogs Introduced a resolution ask
ing by what authority government offi
cials are allowed two mouths vacation
with salary every year.
Prendergast of the Printing Com
mittee reported bill No. 31 ready.
Nallma gave notice of n bill entitled
"An Act to strictly prohibit tho Ter
ritorial government from opening, lay
ing or constructing streets, loads or
public highways on propertied owned
by one or moro persons without first
obtaining the consent of the owners
Emmelutli gave notice of a bill en
tiled "An Act to provide for the ini
tiative and referendum."
Gilfillan Introduced nn Intoxicating
resolution, as follows:
Resolved, That a committee of five
membcrsbo appointed by the Speaker
of the House to take up the ma:
tor of favoritism In the Issuing of II
censes by tho government, mako dili
gent Inquiry thereon and report thcli
findings toThU House.
That the committee have like privi
leges relative to employing conns! and
taking evidence according to tho stand
After a prolonged discussion during
which the subject of favoritism was
, thorolgh,y threBhc(, out. The resolu
tlon wng adopted.
Tho commlttco appointed was as fol
. .... . rjeckley. Emmcluth.
Prendergast nnd Monsarratt
Emmcluth Introduced tho following
Resolved, That tho Governor of the
Territory of Hnwall be nnd he Is hire
by requested to furnish this House with
tho following. Orlglnnl or copies of all
records, books, documents, papers and
vouchers of every nature pertaining
to transactions of tho Exocutlve de
partment of tho government from tho
annexation of these Islnndi to tho Unit
ed States to date.
That the Governor submit to tMs
House the correspondence between tho
President of tho Republic of Hawaii
nnd A. S. Hnrtwell tho alleged offlilal
delognto to Washington during the so
called "transition per'od." Adopted.
LOST INJHE RIO
San Francisco, Feb. 25. Tho total
number drowned In tho wreck of tho
steamer Rio do Janeiro was 35 whlto
and 37 Asiatic passengers, T8 white offi
cers and men and 14 Asiatics belonging
to the crew. ; Of seventeen women
aboard, only three were saved.
Washington,, Feb. 24. The" Senate's
Foreign Relations Committee have
agreed to (he amendment In the Army
nill authorizing President McKlnley to
hand over Cuba to the Cubans as soon
as a government Is established under
considerations defining the relations of
th'o United Stntes recognizing Ameri
ca's right to Intervene In the prescrva
tlon of Cuba's Independence nnd th
maintenance of good government.
McKINLEY WILL CONTROL
London, Feb. 28. DosplU vigorous
Democratic opposition, the American
Senate, by1 55 to 27, adopted nn amend
ment on the nrmy estimates giving
President McKlnley control of tbc Phil
London! Feb. 28. An nnnouncement.
declared to be official, was made that
Commandnnt Louis llotha had surren
dered to Lord Kitchener, In tho Mlddle-
Later It was reported that the mes
sage was an unofficial one.
An earlier messago was to the effect
that Botha's force was moving towards
Vlljoen's .headquarters, at Hoosenkal.
seventy mites northwest ot Mlddleburg,
and thirty west of Lydenburg.
Three hundred surrendered to Gen
eral French after the fighting.
Lord Kitchener hns reached Mlddle
burg. He reports that up to the 23th
Inst. General French's additional cap
tures Include one 19-poundcr Krupp,
one howitzer, one Maxim, 20,000 rounds
of small arms ammunition, C000 cattlu,
10.000 sheep, 287 wagons. There wero
no British casualties.
The Iloef-s In Pretoria are filled with
consternation at General French's suc
cesses. Report Not Ofllclnl.
London, Feb. 28. The conflicting
statements regarding Commandant
Ilothn's surrender are the outcome of
his wife's return to Pretoria, after
urging her husband to yield. Mr. St
John Uroderlck, Minister for War, stat
ed In the Commons that nothing offi
cial with reference to the surrender
hnd been received.
CHINESE ARL BEHEADED
London. Feb. 27. Chesln and Hsuch
engyu were publicly beheaded In Pe
king in the presenco of tho allied
troops. The former maintained a dig-
nlried. calm nnd fearless nttltude. Tho
latter was stupid with opium.
The Chinese assert that Ylngnln!
and Chamhuchlam committed suicide
Flight ot Prince Tunn.
London. Feb. 27. The Standard
stntes that trustworthy reports have
been received that Princes Tuan, Lan
Chuang. and General Tungfushlang,
have taken refugo In Klngsla, three
hundred miles northwest of Slnganfu,
MAY PA88 HAWAII.
Ottawa. Feb. 27, Sir W. Laurlcr la
negotiating with the object of arrnng
Ing for the Duke nnd Duchess of York
to return from Australia via the Pa
cific Coast, crossing Canada on the
homeward journey to Halifax and Nova
CHANGE THEIR MINDS,
San Frnnclseo, Feb. 27, The Btenmer
Alnmedu was detained In a fog short
ly beforo her arrival from Auckland,
and tho passengers protested against
the vessel being delayed, When they
heard of the Janeiro disaster, howeu-r,
they took a different vlow of tho mat
ter, and presented tho cnptaln with it
testimonial, by way of acknowledging
tho care ha had exercised ut a critical
WIPE OUT HANGING.
At this afternoon's session of tho
Senate, John Brown's Senator from Ha
waii gnve notlco of a bill to abolish
capital punishment nnd substitute Im
prisonment for life In lieu thereof.
King Edward In Gerniony.
London, Feb. 27. King Edward
leaves Kronburg on Saturday. Ilia
visit greatly cheered tho Empress Pre 1
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II
CASE OF KM iS .
Balance of Jurors Ex
cused This Morning
For the Term.
MOTION TO DISMISS IS
DENIED BY ESTEE
Final Decision by Judge Humphrey's
Denying the Libelln the
In the Circuit Court this morning
the case of the Territory vs. Kagk,
charged with assault with n weapon on
Toma. a Japanese woman at Iwllel was
taken up. J, T. De Bolt Is counsel fur
All Jurors except those drawn In the
Kagn ense were discharged for the
term. The Kagn Jurors will 4tso bo
discharged as soon as a verdict In tho
case has been reached.
In the United States District Court,
the motion by the defense In tbc case
of Kamnkn Keknuoha vs. The schooner
Robert Lewcrs Company, to dismiss
the libel was overruled by Judge Es
tee. The forenoon was devoted to the
taking of testimony In behalf of the
Pcntel Day. the hack driver charged
with striking J. Walter Doyle an em-
ployo In the Customs department.
waived preliminary examination and
wns bound over for trial nt the April
term of the United States Court.
George E. Lee. tho bellgcrent mate
of the Star of Ucngal was bound ovor
by Commissioner Robtnson this morr.
Ing. This afternoon he will bo given
a hearing on the chargo ot assaulting
another seaman on the same voyage.
The stenographer's report ot the oral
decision of Judge Humphreys In the
matter of the application for a dlvorc
of Oorrlnnc Bartlett from Ward S.
Bartlett made today says: "Upon the
submission of the case. I ordered thai
tho libel be dismissed as not proven,
but upon request ot counsel for plain
tiff, suspended the order to give him
nn opportunity to present authorities.
The decision reviews the testimony
briefly and the authorities.
The closing paragraph reaus: "The
Court cannot grant a divorce by con
sent, or because there Is no contest,
or because both parties desire It, nor
will It seize upon flimsy, uncertain nu 1
equivocal language, used, no doubt In
the bent of passion nnd under some
provocation, upon which to base n
finding of extreme cruelty. Sympathy
for a lachrymose plaintiff Bhould nut
Inlluence the Court to disregard tho
law. tho evidence and Its duty. Libel
dismissed: order for temporary ali
Among tho guests nt the Hawaiian
hotel Is J, 1). McKcnzle, a prominent
mining engineer from Mexico who, for
the past eight yearn has been Identified
with tho Santa Eulnlla mines la thi
Chihuahua mining district.
In tho course of nn Interview with
Bulletin reporter, Mr. McKcnzle said
"For years previous to locating In Mex
ico, I was Identified with tho mining
Industry of California, Nevada and
Utah, upon a large scale, I was In Ho
nolulu soma ten years ago, slnco which
tlbo I notice a great change. At tlut
time, I was on my way to China tor tho
purpose of erecting a largo plant tor
the reduction of ores on the property
of tho Nlng Ha Mining Co, at Chcfoo,
In tho provlnco of Shnntong.
Continuing, Mr . McKenzle volun
teered the Information that the condi
tion In Moxlco for foreign cnpital aro
excellent under tho existing 'orin of
government. Porflro Diaz, the President
Is an excellent mnn, nnd Is particularly
friendly to Americans, t
Chihuahua la becoming quite a man
ufacturing point, having tho only stoil
manufacturing plnnt In tho Republl?
of Moxlco, besides largo foundry and
machine shops, capable of turning out
mining machinery of great size and
magnitude, owned principally by Mexi
cans. "In Chihuahua, we have a very en
terprising man by tho name of Don
Luis Tern caa, ex-Governor of tho
Stato of Chihuahua," said Mr. McKo-i
klo. "He Is reported to bo tho richest
man In Mexico, being rated at (100,000,
"As one of his ninny sldo Issues, ho
owns 300,000 head of cuttle, and brand!
from 83,000 to 90,000 jalvcs every ye.t
In addition to this, ho Is tho lending
banker of Chihuahua, owner of n vuit
ncicago of laud, and an extensive em
vu t.i . ,-. ,
ploycr of labor. His son-in-law, Henrf
Creel, Is spoken of as too future Min
ister of Finance, which' position In
Mexico Is next In Importance to Hut
of President of the Repuoilc.'
Mr. McKcnzle wns welt acquainted
frith Captain Frazer who was murderM
In January, 1890 by his servant, while'
making a business trip from Chlhuabun
to the I'inos Altos mining district, for
the Rlsdon Iron Works ot San FrtU
Cisco, The murderer was caught a month
afterwards by Joaquin Charvez, who
was at the head ot the police, and taken
back to the spot where he murdered
Frazer and shot to death. v
Mr. McKcnzle Is here purely for tin
purpose of enjoying a well earned rest.
He has recently returned from n ery
enjoyable visit to the Volcano and
other points of Interest on Hawaii.
A Cord t the I'ubtlc
Mdlle. Trebelll-Dolores has requests
the Bulletin to publish her warmest
thanks to Individuals and public alike
for the cordial reception nccorded her,
particularly for the floral offerings and
the numerous cards of congratulation
and appreciation that she has recelred.
Both the singer nnd Mr. Newell wilt
look eagerly forward to the date of
their return which they trust will bo at
no very lengthy perldd7
OYER $35 TAKEN FROM
THE CRITERION CASH BOX
Burglar Enters by Using a Key
Leaves No Tracks or Honey
Behind and 13 in
TheCrlterlon barbar shop was bur
glarized last night resulting In a Iojj
to Jack Flynn. the proprietor, of be
tween 13 Band $40. Tho money drawer
web BTiashed to splinters and none of
the shekels overlooked.
The robbery In Mr. Flynn's opinion,
was committed by a person who carrlts
a key to the shop. No signs of forcible
entrance, were visible either at tho
windows or the doors nnd a new boit
blnck. who carries a key, did not re
port for duty th' mornlrg.
The matter was reported to tho po
lice this morning.
Kept From Starving
By Wireless System
Expert Hobbs over at tho Molokal
wireless tclegrnph station has In Up."
Inst few days been putting the tole
graph system In very practical use. He
has been asking for fowl, deinmidkis
somxthlug to cat and finally begging
that something moro substantial ll.au
crnckers, jam and wnter lie sent htm.
8omi'how or other his supply of store
failed to reach him on time and ho
being of a healthy and robust constitu
tion did not take kindly to the fare bo
found himself forced to subsist upon.
Ho could not leavo tho station to for
ago for food and there wns no wny of
reaching nny of the many provision
stores on Moloknl by telegraph. Oim
day the operator at the Walalac station
got saucy when Hobbs repeated that
ho had nothing but Jam nnd crnckera
and told him to try Borne electric cur
rents. They might do him good.
Finally, last evening the Lohua wjs
fitted up as a relief expedition and dis
patched with nil duo haste to the starv
ing operator on Molokal who this
morning ticked off his thanks for tho
supply of food sent him.
Do not overtook your footwear
to match your costume. " They are Beau
tics," anJ a good large assortment to make
your selection from. Do not let the effects
of your costume be spoiled by a pair of
slippers that do not match, but purchase a
pair that will do honor to your costume.
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