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I l Vol, X. No. 1830.
11 USE A OUN
'Exciting Finish of Joint
TWO SENATORS LEAVE
THE LEGISLATIVE HALL
And Olcera Are Sent Out in All
Direction Only Pour Long
The Joint session of the Senate nnil
House of Representatives yesterday nf.
tcrnoon anil evening for tho election of
long term Senators, turned out to be n
failure and ended up with only four
senators elected John T. Drown nnd
Knohl fiom Hawaii, and Kalue and
White from Maul. The Senators from
Oahu and Kauai are nnwln n beautiful
state of uncertainty. It was well known
that Kalauokalanl and Crabbe hnd been
decided on by tho. Independents as the
two men from Oahu. Throughout tho
whole senloo Crabbo lias endeavored
to get the best results for tho people
out of both parties and ho has won
friend among the natives by his
stinlghtforward attitude. Never for
one mlnu'p did ho allow anyone to mis.
talte hlni for anything but an out and
out Republican but ho was always care,
fill never to antagonize to n stato, of
bltteirws. Nnknpnahu woe to have
been the long terra Senator from Ka
Tho Joint session mot at 2 o'clock in
the af'ernoon but failed to secure a
quorum, even after a wnlt of nearly an
hour. As both houres hed work to' do.
It was finally decided to take a recess
until 7:30 o'clock.
It was not until 8:1B that the Senate,
nnd House came together for the even
Ing action and then came another
long, wc-nry wait for n quorum, The
seiseant-nt-arms of both houses were
fnt ot In all directions after tardy
member; and finally, at' 9:30 o'clock,
President Katue railed the session to
The T-oll call showed 24 mombers-V
n bare quorum present. On motion of
J K. Prendergast of the House, the
natr. of vm. Whlto of Maul, declared
elected during the forenoon session,
was reconsidered, tho Senate and
House of Representatives having Ae-
elded during the Interval that bad
elapsed that President Kalue was cor
lect In his ruling of the morning which
was to tho effect that 22 votes to 1 was
not enough to elect Mr. White. It. will
be remembered that this was over
ruled by tho House.
When the clerks had figured up their
totals on the reconsideration. It was
found that there" were 22 to 2 votes In
favor of Mr. White's election. Dr. Hits
sel nnd Mr, Kanuha voting no. Ilefore
the ehalr announced the result. Mr. Ma
lcalr.M aroso and proposed that Mr.
Baldwin's name be put up and voted
or. In cae ho should receive a lower
number of votes than Mr, White, the
latter thould be declared elected. This
was put In the form of a motion nnd
The chair had Just stood up to an
nounce the result of the voto and give
hi ruling on the matter when Dr. Hus
sel and Mrs Kanuha arose hurriedly
nnd walked out of the room. So gwlft
wns the movement and so quietly did
the Senators glide over tho floor, that
(t was not until they had reached tho
ball that anyone realized what had
.'happened. They had deliberately leftl,G1fle n' hU w"? the "J'sht-
the senlon without a quorum,
Mj;. Kalauokalanl called on tho'?..Sir
in enu out ma sergeant-ai-arma and
this wai supplemented by another call
on the part of Mr, Kmmoluth to send
out the messengers to j.sslst. 'In about
two minutes, nil four officers came
back, eah wearing a crestfallen coun
tennnee It was rcpoi ted to the Presl
Wr wish U announce to the
public tha , bv thf term of
a contract jut signed, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
W'libe Immmiatelv extend
th- :Cli llrCr HI l, follow
'i I ne line ol our nUn biul
evarJ. rnntttyctlon will begin AT
ONCE, and the rnaj will be
In operation within fojr
months, giving a zo-
dent that the Senators had firmly refus
ed to come back.
It was at this point tnat Mr. Emmo-
luth arose and gave the scrgoant-at-
arms a roasting that could not possibly
bo soon forgotten. In the meantime,
the Senate sergeant had disappeared'
and tho House sergeant was standing
leaning against the wall with a glower.
Ing countenance. Mr. Emmeluth. fin
ished, Mr. Kalauokalanl started In on
the san tack. A half hour was con
sumer! in talking over what' should be
done and then the chair announced that
Mr. White had been elected as one'ot
tho long term Senators from Maul. The
session then took a recess and the offi
cers of the session were sent out after
Scrgeant-at-arms Kahaulelto found
Mr. Kanuha on tho street car, return
ing to his home In Kallhl. He refused
to como back at Jim but, on thinking
the matter over.'hc decided to accom
pany tho officer to the Scnat.
Clerk Caypless then went nttfcr Dr.
nussel nt the homo of Itobert Wilcox,
far up on the slojrs of Punchbowl.
The doctor refused absolutely to return
to the Senate. Sergcant-at-arms Ka
haulello arrived a little later aud he
too tried to persuade tho doctor but
the latter would not consent and the
officer was forced to return empty
handed, with the report that tho Sena
tor had said there was no President of
tho Senate, no Senate, no Speaker of
the House and no House. The Governor-had
declared Tuesday the last day
and no power on earth could make hlra
go back to tho Sennte; He would not
return even If a million dollars wer
to bo offered him nnd. ns for police
officers ho would shoot down the first
ono who crossed his threshold.
. When the Joint session reconvened
at 11:40 o'clock, Mr. Kanuha aroso and
stated that he wished to give his opin
ion as to the proceedings of the Joint
session. He had been denied this prlvl
lege both In tho morning and In the
nfternoon. If tho President refused
again he would pick up his hat and
walk out. Just ns he had done before
At this point, there bring no quorum
present, Mr. Bockley moved to adjourn
sine die. Thin rai ueconded by Mr.
Mossman and carried.
Since yesterday morning over $800.-
000 worth of Hawaiian government
bonds have been presented to the office
of the Treasurer of the Territory for
redemption. The Interest on theso se
rurlties erased May 1, nnd as a conse
quence the holders seem ready to ex
change them for good gold coin.
In tho absence of a Torrltorlal Trin.
urcr, W. H. Wright, Register of Pub
He Accounts. Is attending to tho mat
ter of checking up the bonds m thev
rome In. Of the $2.25?,400 of bonds
payable ct Honolulu, thebanl:s have
sent about $1,000,000 to San Francisco.
These, together with bonds held in Hill
city must bo presented to tho Treasurer
hcie. Holders In San Frnnrlsc.o-.vlll
be sent a certificate nfter presentation
of the bonds. This ccrtlflcato will
hear the signature of ilit Treasurer nf
the Territory of Hawaii and of Mr.
McLennan, special disbursing nRcnl of
tho United States Treasury. Thcio cor.
tlflcates for bonds held In San Fran
cisco will be paid by the United States
Assistant Treasurer at that place. A
similar certificate, payable at the First
National Bank of Hawaii, will b given
to local holders.
San Francisco, April 21. A verdict
of murder in the first degree, with tbn
punishment fixed at life Imprisonment,
wan returned by tho Jury yesterday In
tho trlnl of Itobert E. Glaze, who killed
his partner, William Trrwhella, at the
Windsor Hotel on tho afternoon of
January 14 last.
During tho two weeks' trial neither
est emotion as they sat In court and
listened to the mass of testimony pre
sented by tho prosecution. The scath
ing denunciation delivered by Assist
ant District Attorney Grenny yesterday
did not causo Glazo to wince. Hn sat
with the same Immobile- countenance
he worb during tho whole trial.
Not oven when the Jury returned its
verdict did Glazo betray his feelings.
Ho wns quickly hurried to tho prison
van and taken to the County Jail. .
Women With Business Heads.
The business methods of tho ladle.i
who had the May Day festival In
charge were conspicuous In every de
tail of that successful event; but In
nothing did their executive talent stand
out more conspicuous than In tho clear
ing nf the Capitol grounds of Utter af
ter the picnic. The lawn was strewn
with paper, dead flowers, soda water
bottles and chunks of bread. Before
the citn'd had dispersed, men with
whom the managers had made con
tracts, wero at work with brooms nnd
fakes and by C o'clock, a stroller In
the park would not have known that
a feast for flvo thousand had been serv,.
ed upon tho promises.
At the auction sale of tho Mc-
Bryde nssessablo Btock this morning at
Morgan s about 000 shares noro sold at
an nverngo of $7. r, M, Swanzy of T,
II. Davles & Co., tho ngentB of thu
plantation, was tho principal pur
chaser. There are eleven rejected Chlneso
nboaid the Doric being tnken back to
the l'lowery Kingdom.- .
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII. THURSDAY; MAT 2 1001.
Associated Press Special.
Yokohama. April 23. Oven twenty asked for Information today with refer
banks have suspended payment
Osaka and In the Southern nnd Central
provinces. The Bank of Japan has
assisted them but further trouble Is ap
prehended. A financial panic prevails.
New York, April 25. A. II. Town-
send, local manager of the Hongkong
and Shanghai Banking Company, was
r iinif uiniT
MS a win
Dumbarton, April 20. Shamropk II Governor Dole has Issued u procla
was launched today at DennyVyarda i matlon ratling the Leglslatuie to meet
In the presence of a good crowd of In-1 In extra Bcsslon tn the Sth Inst for
vlted guests, newspaper men and cm- the purpose of consldeilng the Annro-
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uun timiii-Hfici, naitn iuuKi-u BpicK nu'i
span In Its coat of whlto paint, rlmi. 1
with green, while the manganese but,'
torn of the new boat shone like u li.lr
ror. Above the platform on which a ma
jority of the guests witnessed thu
launching was another smayy platform.
On this Sir Thomas Llpton, the Karl
nnd Countess oT Dufferln, Mr, Watson,
tho Dennyi and Charles Itusscdl wc-.i
gathered. The bottle of clumpngue
hung from the bow ton a fen'toon of
while nnd given ribbon. At, Watson'
signal tho blocks were knocked nwny.
Lady Dufferln lei go the bottle with tho
words "Success'to the Shamrock II,"
and the yacht took the water amid gen
cral cheering, the lifting of hats nnd
cries of "Hope sho will win."
Renewed cheers from the adjoining
yards and boats on the river greeted
the yacht as she swung around In th
stream. Captain Sycamore nnd the
others officers of the yacht, with sev-1
eral of the crew were on board the
Shamrock II. which also carried her
racing flag and the Su6ttlsh lion. A
luncheon at Denny's ofllce followed tho Prnnl Lodge of this State and his en-
launch. A toast to President McKln."re 8tnn" wno "rt tho orl of the de
tv ho-itth fnllnulnn- .ho. ih. iiri.i. k ' gree Vlsltlmt brethren were nlan
royal family, was enthusiastically
"But If you don't win," said n press
representative, "will you try again?"
"I expect next year to build a de
fender, not n challenger,' was the dip
lomatlc answer. In this connection
the manager of Denny's yard said'
"When James Gordon Bennett saw
the Shamrock II here a few weeks ngo
ho said: 'Well, If she wins I'm pr-,
pared to build n challenger.' "
Tho Shamrock II Is built to a general
type, but embodies suih novell les as
prove her designs pursue nn Indepen
dent lino of development, rather than
following yachting conventions.
JIM HILUSJUTEST DEAL
Boston. April 25. The Chicago, Bur
lington & Qulncy directors at n special
meeting today voted to submit, to tho
stockholders of the road a proposition
from the Great Northern nnd Northern
Pacific Railroads to take control of the
Burlington. Tho offer for the Bur
lington stock Is $200 per share for not
less than two-thirds oC the wnole
amount to bo paid for In 4 per cent
bonds of tho two negotiating roods,
tho stockholders being given the option
of taking part cash.
L0?EZ WILL SUBMIT
Springfield. Mass., April 25. Senor
Slxto Lopez has Informed' his friends
here that bo Is going homo nnd that
if he finds press reports truo as to n
general submission to American sove
rlgnty, he will ccqulcsro and Join
Agulnaldo In working for n peaceful
acceptance of tho rule. He said ho will
make ono more speech, In San Fran
cisco, before sailing, nnd expects to
reach Manila in July.
PORTO RICANS WON'T GO
Colon, Colombia, Apill 25. via Gal
veston. Contractor McDonald's ef
forts to Induce Porto Rlcans to emi
grate to Ecuador hnvo been unsuccess
ful. The chartered steamer Catania
has arrived here with only nlnoty-slx
t'orto means on hoard. Her future
trips have been abandoned.
Royn Brigade ntOpern Houh?.
The cxecutho, committee In charge of
tho arrangeriienls for th"e Advertising
Tourney under tho auspices of the
Boys' Brigade, has 3er!ded to use tho
Hawaiian Opern Houso Instead of tho
drill shed, Tho chief renHon for the
change Is tho bettor seating arrange
ments and the better facilities for tag
Ing the show, Tho program commltteo
Is at work on Its difficult Jolranrt'wlll
bring out .something now In tho an
nals of vau'devlUo jn Honolulu.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon,
D. Knpllwl, charged with larceny In
tho second degrno wns committed to the
Circuit Court for trial.
at'ence to the failure of banks In Osaka.
"We have no advice regarding the
failures. They do not directly affect
foreign trade as they arc only small
private banks. Tho financial position
In Japan Is strained anil,nxiKaJlures
- cjiauoa bill. The Sth falls on next
It Is well known that the Governors
first intention was to allow the mem
bers of Ihe Legislature to go home fur
a month or six weeks. This was no:
only'stated by the Governor In a nuns,
paper-Interview but wns declared la
some of tho members of tho Lenin! v
ture. jTho Governor Iisb then had a
swift ruang) of ml ml and Intends to
have the extra session In n week.
A griat many of th Stnators and
Representatives who had Intended go
ing homo for a vacation d.ujng the In
terim, have decided to remain In Hono
lulu until the end of the extra B'srIoii.
New York. April 25. Vice President
Roosevelt Is now a Master Mason hav
ing taken the third deglee last night In
Matlnccock Lodge, No. 806 nt Oyster
Bay, L. I. The ceremony was witness
ed by 300 Mnstcr Masons Including
Grand Mnstcr Charles W. Mead of tho
gree ..Visiting brethren were also
present from Connecticut. New Jersey
NOTE8 OP THE OPDRA.
Tonight at the opera house the Jose
phlne Stanton Opera Company will sing
mo ttineriu opera "Glrofle-Oliofla."
Miss Stanton will be seen In the dual
role of tho Twin Sisters nnd. durrng.the
second act. will render the (.lni'mu
"Oliofle-Glrolla." Is nn opera out of
the ordlnnry In nearly every feature.
There aro many musical gems In tho
opera nnd an abundance of comedy.
For Saturday night Auber's romantic
opera "Fra Dlavolo" will bo given,
with Henry Hnllam in ths title role.
Next Tuesday will start tho third
week, on which occasion Stahl's Ori
ental opera "Said Pashn." will bo the
HOW THE MA8TER8 FEEL.
P. F. Davidson, president of the mas
ter plumber's association In speaking
of tbo walkofit of tho Journeymen
plumbers, said this morning: "There
has been no new developments In the
strike so fnr. Our association will re
fuse to deal with tho union as a union.
It tho men hold out. It Is probable that
we will send to the Coast for new
, plumbers. We will get men from tho
northern cities In preference to San
ilapnneHe Club Benefit.
The Japanese Young Men's Club gavo
an jmtertnlnment last evening at the
club headquarters on Vineyard strewt
The performance was ghen for the
benefit of the Institution, which is onn
nf the moBt nctlve nnd useful social
clubs In tho city. The program was a
series of Japanese specialties. Including
music, pantomime and feats of magic.
Some of the Juggling wns strictly high
pInKg Prnnnrli nilunvtlun,! n ninotlllnn
, ,,ow would Bttri,ct ""
Change Theli Mlnil.
Tho Independents hod fully decid
ed on Tuesday that they would con
tinue to work for three days nfter the
3W1 "" of Anr". "10 tlme announced
by th Governor as belnir tho last of
the session but yesterday, they held a
mucus and decided that. undcMhe rlr
cumstances. It would be best to ceasp
work nt midnight. This was accord
Lute Hujjiir Report.
Now York, April 25. Sugar Ilnw,
firm; fair refining, a U-lCc; centrifu
gal, 90 test,' '4, 3-lfic; molasses 'sugar,
3 7-10c to 3ic Ilefined firm: crush
ed, 5.93c; powdered, 5.5c; grauulaud.
j Liberal dnnntlons, mndo to tho ro
freshment fund for the May Day festi
val nnd not mentioned In tho reports
were given to tho Bulletin this morn
ing by Mrs. C. L. Cnrtibe ns follows:
A. K. Ozawa, I0; Jonathan Shaw, $20;
jCluules .McCarthy, $30.
the Choice jf
to Fill Yaclnt
BOYD, WRIGHT AND COL.
IAUKEA THE THREE
If Govornor D)le Dojs Not Heed Voice
of the People Appropria
tions Will be
The political situation today Is as
quiet as the calm IWoie the storm
From present Indications. It would
seem as If something Is about to drop.
Both the Republican and Independent
parties are taking n teit iodoy but to
morrow and even tonlgnt, the latter
will caucus on Important mattrrs.
The Republicans and Independent
have united on Jnmes II. Hovil for Su
perintendent of "Public Works, Win. II.
Wright, the present Registrar, for
Treasurer, and Col, Iaukea fr the
ortlce of Commissioner of Public 1 .andr",
Both pantos are Ml;iit a to unj
Board of Health. Tho appointment of
men to fill tho vacant oni b wI1 be left
to the Governor. The Independent
leaders state that the timo wan too
ahort to pick out proper men to fill
the vacant places after the turning
down had been done.
It hart been the Intention ut ib.j l.i-
dependents to hae John 12. Bush plac
ed at the head of tho Department ol
Public Works. This nnme was ptr-
sented to Governor Dole but, since !.e
lefused to send the Legislature any
notice of an appointment to the vacant
office previous to adjournment, the In
dependents decided that Mr. Bush'j
name was not looked upon with laor
They therefore Joined wllh the Re.
publicans In the choice of J, II. Iloyd.
Messrs. Wright for tha position of
Treasurer nnd Col. Iaukea for J. V.
Brown's position In the Land Office,
the Independents claim as their first
iholce. Both Messrs. Boyd nnl Wright
han consented to tako tho poittlonr
which both shies have offered then but
Col. Iaukea has not yet been hear, I
Ono of the Independent lendcr.i when
seen today about the appointments
said that, In case there was no dlspo'.l
(Ion on the part of the Goiomur to
heed the suggestions mado for filling
tho vacant offices, there would h? some
surprising results In tho Approprla
Tho Joint commltteo of tht Reuito
and House, appointed to notlry the
Governor that the sesslo.i cnmit to nn
end Inst night, called nt th Executive
Chamber this morning but found that
Mr. Dole was sick ikjIh. Ilowevc:
Soerotary Cooper thanked tho commit
tee and stnted 'that ho would convoy
their messnge to the Governor. '
It is understood that pressure will be
brought to bear on Govornci- Dole, to
chnngo his proclamation regarding tho
extra session bo that I: a'III Include,
besides tho consideration of tho Appio
prl.itlon bill, the election of tho long
This has been brought cbout on all
sides by a feeling that thu work done
yesterday In tho Leglsl.uuro will sure
ly be questioned when the next elec
tion Is on.
Circuit Court Today.
Notice of appeal has been filed by
Attorneys Robertson & Wilder and
Frederick W. Hankey for Frank .Hus
tace, Robeitsou & Wlldor for
J. J. ICgnn and Kinney, Ballon & Mc
Clanahnn for Frank H. Foster, In tho
Kamalo Sugar Company suit In which
decreo was recently mndo by Judpo
Humphreys adverse to tho above nam
Magoon & Thompson have filed a
motion to take tho deposition of K. It.
F. Wolter In tho suit In nssumpslt of
B. II. F. Wolter vs. F. II. Rodward.
Tho matter at chambers of II. M.
Mist vs. thu Knplnlnnl Kstnto was on
for hearing again this forenoon.
In the Fcilernt Court.
Michael Swan, charged with assault
upon the second mato of tho American
essel Admiral, changed his plea to
guilty on tho advice of his attorney,
F. K. Thompson, this morning In tho
Federal Court. A sentence of three
months' Imprisonment was Imposed by
. -The examination of witnesses In tho
caso of p, O. Sodcrgren, who Is on trial
upon a second and separato charge of
assnult upon the high seas, proceeded
this morning. The trial was without
special Incident. The Jurors In the ca-e
are: O, G. Traphagen, 12. R. Ailhmx,
J. K. Mersoberg, A. II. Scrjmgcour, W.
F. Sharratt. P. C Winston, (:. C. Rowe,
W. L. I.'aton. St. P. II, Sayres. IM.
Ucnrlques, Chas. Carter and J. II. Stel
ling. Tako n rlda on tun Pacific Heights
Plectilc Hallway and enjoy tho un
3Hrpaised view of yocenn, mountain and
valley, Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Round'trlp 10 cents.
PitiOK 5 Cents.
TUK. Of 1 1Y
Judge Humphrey wns seen today lo
regard to the Gnnd Jury -nnd said:
"A Venlr,'frir!afor n Grand Jury
will be Issued In" a day or two nnd will
be .executed by Bailiff Chns. K. Hop
kins. This Grand Jury will be vesleil
with all of the power and "charged with
the duties and responsibilities cobimon
to such an Inquisitorial body, ft will
be specially directed to investigate thtj
charge of bribery of members of the
Legislature. When the 'head of tin
PxeeutUe department of the Govern
ment mnl.es the stnlemcnt In nn offli at
document that he has Information, nf
n character that he cannot Ignore, that
bribery of members Is going on In lbs
Legislature, the court cannot avoid the
duty Impti.i-d upon It by law of hMIng
the charge Investigated by the g-.mil
Inquest. No more serious charge eoutfl
be made, nnd It Is due the Exectitle
and the community nn I the members
of the Leglal.iiirri.' that (4fr.n'n mat
ter should be tho subject of Ipnaedlntc
fearless and Impartial Inqulrj, to the
end that the guilty parties may be pun
ished, or If there be nene guilty, that
those upon whom n vtlgmn has been
placed by a grave clnrge, emanating
fiom u 111 nh official so'irre. should l
adequately vindicated. "The prJ'Ise
day when the Grand Jury will be sum
moned has not been determined. Sec
tion 83 of the Organic Act provldei
that "the Grand Jury shall sit nt such
times as the Circuit Judge shall di
Portland. Or.. April 21 The steam
ship Indraclll arrived today from Yo
kohama. The Iudravcllt is the first of
a licet ot 9000-ton vessels comprising
the Portland and Asiatic steamship
Hue. established by the Oregon Hail
road and Navigation Company to oper
ate between Portland and the countries
of Asia. The other vessela of the Una
as nt present constituted being the Ic
drapura and Knight Oimp.iulon. This
lino will make tho carrying capacity of
stcamcra from this port fully threa
times greater than that of the llnei
heretofore operating f-om Porthnd.
and will furnish ample facilities for tho
shipment of flour, lumber, cotton and
other products now being exported
from the United States to Asia
Will Recommend Knhlbaum.
Collector Stackable vlll by the next
mall to tho Coast, recommend the ap
pointment of Louts Kahlbaum to h
collector of customs nt Koloa. Kauai.
Tho application of Gea It. Dunne of
Lnhnlnu to bo collector of customs .it
that place, has been received. .Mr.
Dunne Is the representntho of the Wil
der Steamship Co. at I.ahalna and l
alfo employed as a tax collector under
For this latter reason, action on his
application cannot bn taken until It Is
dctei mined If. he, holding a Territorial
position. Is eligible for a position un
der tho Federal Government,
Thcro was another general kick nil
nloug the .line this morning over the
mail fumigation of tho Board of Health.
Although the Doric arrhed hero nt 0:30
this morning It was 1 o'clock this
afternoon before, the post office got to
work on the letter mall.
Extraordinary low prices aro offered
In agate wnrc this week by P. O. Hall
& Sou. At tho prices offered It will
pay you to lay In n complete supply,
Tho goods nre shown on the counter
Inside, making them easy to bo Inspect
ed. Members of the Mando-Diicat Secret
Society arc on trial In Manila for bar
barous methods In dealing with Fili
pinos who would not join the rebels.
American financiers figure that the
new tax scheme of Great Britain will
not nnYct the sugar miirkct but Ameri
can coal will profit considerably.
FOR LADIES AND
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