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Vol. X. No. 1838.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. MAY 11, 1901.
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W, J. Coelho Writes of
the Features of Their
PEOPLE ALWAYS ASK
OF BUSINESS MATTERS
Courtesies Extended AU-'tkag the
Route Pleasant Call in Califor
nia That Was Not on
Iliiffnlo, April 21. The Hawaiian
troupe of musicians and dancers nr
rived here safe and sound last Wednes
day morning, and iro quartered In
commodious apartments In the village
within the Exposition grounds.
We1 are being accoidcd the best ot
treatment, nnd I have Just been (old,
that our people are the best paid ot
all others. We hao cooks and wait
ers who preparo food fc.r us as well as
the manager of the company and we
cllue together with the officers at the
When wt arrhed at San Francisco
last week we were taken to the Brook
bn hotel, and had every attention glv
m us. In tho train no had the best of
ever) thing- n'ut at ccry station from
Pin Francisco to New Orleans, and
from there to this place, through Chi
cago. Detroit and Canada we were well
received by the peoplo of nil classes.
Business men, newspaper men, tourist
agents, government officials, etc. They
asked us concerning our little "Hawaii"
nnd wo were not afraid to talk concern
ing It and Its future. They all wanted
to have tome circulars concerning the
business Interests of Hawaii, but t
rould not give them. To get Su.ne of
them to heed my words, I showed my
campaign enrd, and they immediately
shook my hand and have ever since
been my friends. Ono newspaper editor
of New Orleans thought I was a Con
gressman, and so wrote It In his paper,
Tho Dally States.
Now, for the good of Hawaii, I ask
that the business men ot our Territory
ot all lanl s nrcpnro Illustrated pamph-1
ARRIVE AT Mil
lets nnd liavo them sent here. I will While waiting at this stntlon during
see that they aro distributed to busl- that day. we nil busied ourselves mak
ness men ns well as to the roprosentn-i Ing lels of wild popples, buttercups,
tlves of the various newspapers of tho i violets and other beautiful flowers. I.atn
countiy. that afternoon, wo wero surprised to
Or.o prominent man of I.os Angeles meet Chas. Ferguson, formerly of
who traveled on the i.ime train with Bpieckelsvlllc and Kwn. Ho was very
us. asked me, whether tho Territory
had suit an thing In the way ot exhi
bits, nnd I was obliged to answer "No."
Tho llavallans wero traveling ns show
people under control of American capi
tal He said "It seems strango that
such ii place which has n promising
future should bo so lax In bringing Its
I lospeits before tho world." And right
In the samo car wns another gentle
man who had asked tho Governor for
the loan of Hawaiian exhlblt3 to use
nt this exposition In tho Interest of Ha
wall, He wns refused, although ho of
fered to defray all expenses to and fro.
Leaving aldo nil personalities, I be
lieve It the duty of eviry person who
has Interests In Hawaii, to bring Hn
wall tn the fore. I nm doing all I can
but I need printed mnttcr.
One thing I would esreclally ask tho
Bulletin to say for tho Hnvvallans, who
nro so far away from our old home:
Wheievei we havo been, from 'Frisco
down to New- Orleans, to Chicago and
mi oss to Canada and over to this city,
every American lady ni.d Gentleman,
lecelved us cordially, and wo are proud
to say that our motto Is "Hawaii Is
truly American." Let those Americans
nt home who trusted us with their
cards know, that they have done Ha
waii's tons nnd daughters a great good
not to be forgotten.
We hnve seen tho "P. C. A." of April
", and have felt Its snakelike bite. Wo
We wish to announce to the
public Ih.v, bv the terms of
a contract just signed, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
Will be ImnvJIitely extenJ-d
through C)llfge HI l, follow
ing the line ot uur nulii boul
evurd. Contraction w II bejln 4T
ONCE, and the mid will be
In oer ulon within lojr
months, giving a 20-
nro disproving all It said about us. We
nro not heathen when wo sing and
chant our old fond melodies. By our
performances, we orouso the curiosity
of our audiences, and the natural con
sequence Is they all bombard us with
numerous questions concerning tho in
dustries of Hawaii. In this last, wo
arc at a loss to fulfill, because the
"P, C. A." and those it supports, have
not done what the people of this great
country have done In every city. At
every station, 'one, finds a guide, a map
and a brief sketch of the business llfo
of the plan. And when one wants
further Information, there are many
ready ond willing persons who will
show and explain all things. Yes. I
never half believed what I used to hear
about the States but now, I am like one
who hat bad his eyes opened.
Something new to us took placo on
Friday morning. When we woke up
early, we were surprised to And the
roofs of the building and'ground white
w Ith snow nbout two Inches deep. The
snowkept falling all day up to this
The strangest thing about this affair
was the abundance of snow at an un
usual time of the year. Some one In
our crowd remarked that It was to
attrtar iib m hnt rani anno la "VnliHtKi"
perhaps. Not one of us had any thick
rlnihln ml .. .tnn.i th m1,l writ,
Wo mi ,.( n.. n h MMumv .nJ ht
n iii.iv .ni.n iw.it!.. r, ii,. flr.t
tin, aii ih. h.ni. . h..n ...
since tho snow fell, had overcoats, fur
cans and heavy rubber boots, and they
nil onm.,iiio.i nt th. mm
We were to attend the Press Club
concert nt the Star theater tonhzht. but
owing to this weather, we will not go. " referred to committees. Lack
Very likely the management of the con- - tlle 'oan u111- " ana bl 'leelded
. . in . . .. . . . I I iinl tnnrn tniiat ho n out on fill aIiIp
ccn wiu pui u on id Bcmo oiner nigni
this coming week,
I will not describe the buildings on
tho grounds at this writing, but I will
send printed plans nnd descriptions of
all the structures. All of tho work thus
far completed Is great. Some of the
buildings are very beautiful. It Is said
the like has never been seen outside of
thesa fair grounds.
Charles linker of tho Honolulu pollco
forco is doing credit to himself by
making every effort to study the s)8'
tern of the local police department,
The officers and members ot tho force
hero are very courteous to him, and
i hey are showing great Interest In htm.
On our trip through California we
came near getting Into a train wreck
midway between Urndley and San
Miguel station. We had Just entered
the station at Bradley, Monterey coun;
ty, when a telegram was received from
the lower station stopping our. train.
This was about midnight. We remained
at this station all that night and next
day till 10:30 p. m. of Wednesday.
when we passed the scene of tho wreck
tho timbers wero still burning .
happy to mct us. He and his wlfo
assisted by Miss Stack, formerpost mis
tress at Sprcckclsvllle, gavo us quite a
leccptlon at tho vlllngo hall. Tho wholo
neighborhood turned out to greet us,
because we were friends of Mr. Fergn
con. Our bn)8 played the music far tho
dance, whllo the girls daifced In true
American fashion to tho edification of
our "kamnalnas." It Is to be a mnttcr
for us Hawallnns to be proud of, that
It was nt Bradley that a Hawaiian lady
llrst danced on the Anieilcan floor with
a plain holoku. One haolo school mis
tress remarked: "Had I known of this
before I camo to town, I would havo
brought by Mother Hubbard." When
we boarded the train, -i purse contain
ing a neat sum was presented us
W. J. COELHO.
RELAY RACES TODAY.
In the relay race this afternoon be
tvveen Oaliu College, Kamchtmeha
school nnd Malle-Illmn, the following
tren will make up the competing teams,
Oahu College Alfred Castlo. Wil
liam Campbell. Antono Marcclllna, and
Kamchameha School Hanakahl.
Akana, Pa, and Punohu,
Mnlle-lllma H. Sheldon. B. Hopkins,
6, A. Crook and II. II. ClaiK.
The rnce will tnko place at 4 o'clock
nt Kaplolanl Park.
Th'Htle Cluli AnnlverHnpy.
Tho anniversary bill of the Scottish
Thistle ClliV-dfProgrcss hall last
evening wuh a splendid social success.
Over three hundred guests wero pres
ent. Tho music for tho dance wns fur
nished by the Solomon Quintet Club.
Tho grand march was led by Chief N
Kay of the Thistles and Mrs. Thos
J. C. Blown was master of ceremon
ies. The reception eotnmltteo consisted
of N Kay, .1. dimming, J, Cralk, It
Anderson and J, I', Fenvvlck. Tho ball
comr'ltteo wns eomi osed of Messrs. J
V IluiAii. .1. Cialk, W Oondlc, J. I
rnwlc;c nnd C. Stevenson.
The evdit wns lu cclebrntlon of the
tenth nunlversar) of the club.
ItONHS NEARLY ALL IN.
Tho ndemptlon of Hawaiian bonds
Ins gono foiwnrd very rapidly slnco
May 1 Treasurer Wright has signed
cotlflrntCB for $1,13(1,500 woith pay'
able in Honolulu and for $921,000 pay
nblo In San rrnmlsco 'I his leaves n
balance of $19" 900 )ct to bo presented,
Tho new hchoouer Alveiin litis nrrlv.
d Mnhukona with over a million feci
uf lumbci f'oui Uu'ictt.
SITE BEGINS TO
l:lf AT SAW
All Permanent Salaries
Cut Out of Appro
EXTRA CLERKS IN OFFICE
0F SECRETARY DROPPED
Independents Show Sings of Having
Decided With House Members- -
on a Plan of
Th,er0 ,s no doubt whitcvei that the
members of the Independent party of
the Senate and House have agreed on n
Hue of action with reference to tho
Appropriation bill for, at the session
l'f tho f,orm" hoiy lh! 'mention, e
,,lcc knocked out by the Housa were
irntcd In a like mannor. notwlth
""'"B a great effort on tho part of
"" Republicans to have the various
that there must be a cut on all sides.
When tho Senate met this forenoon.
the clerk read tho following communi
cation from the Attorney General,
bearing on the niattir ol the considera
tion nt bills other then the Appropria
tion bill during the extra oesslon, as
Honolulu, II. I.. May 10. 1901.
Hon. S. n. Kaluc, President of the Sen
ate, Territory of Hawaii.
Dtnr Sir: I have tho honor to ac
knowledge ncclpt of the Hesolutlon
cf )our honorable body dated May 9,
1901, Inquiring "whether the Legis
lature In this extra session tan pass a
loan bill or other bills 'vlth or without
appropriations, according to the pro
visions ot the Organic Act, or not."
On account of the apparent certainty
that the question would arise. I re
quested my assistant, Mr. J. J. Dunne,
t Investigate the lnw bearing upon tho
powers of the Legislature called In
extra session foi appropriations I
herewith send you a copy of Mr.
fiunnc's opinion. It Is very nble nnd
thorough. I think his conclusions are
Tho definition of appropriation, given
In Webster's dictionary and following
in roil v. uuiin. mi uai. i- ana ow er(
cases. Is ns follows: "An upproprla-,
tlon Is the act of setting apart or as-
signing to n particular uso or purpose
lu exclusion of nil others; application
to n special use or purpose, as of money
lo enrrj out some puuue oujeci, ap-i.p,
proprlatlon ns applicable to tho general I
fund In the treasury Is defined to boi
authority from tho legislature given i
nl the proper tlmo and In legal form to
the proper officers to apply sums of
money, out of that whli h may be In the
treasur). In n given )oar to special ob
jects or demands nguinst the state."
Ulstlno v. State, 20 In.l. 338; Stratton
v. Green, 41 Cal. 149; Stitte v. Lindsay,
3 Wash. 120.
The essence of the Appropriation bill
Is the provision for spending public
monejB. Tho essence of n loan 1411 Is
the authority to bonow money. Al
though authority to spend ma) bo of
llttlo effect without authority to bor
row, it seems to mo that these powcis
nre so 'distinct that tli'i latter Is not
Included In the former,
I hnve tho honor to be, Sli.
With great respect,
Very sincerely )ours,
E. P. DOLK.
The communication was received,
placed on file mid oidered spread on
tho Journal'of the Senate.
Next camo u long wi angle as to
whether or no tho cliali should appoint
stnndlng committees. After nearly un
hour, the ihnlr calmly announced that
lie had appointed ten committees, ns
1. Committee on Was and Menus
--Senators D. Knnuh.i, G, It. Carter
and II. P. Baldwin.
, 2., CrmimttqQ on, Jmllclarj Sena,.,
tors C. Blown, Win. White and C. L
3. Committee on Public Expendi
turesSenators O. It. Cartel, II, P.
Bildnln nnd I). Knlaui.knlanl.
I. Public Lands Committee Senn
torn J, I), Purls, J, T, Brown and L
.1. Committee on Agriculture nnd
Forestr) Senators II, P. Baldwin, J,
1). Purls nnd L. Nakapnnhu.
C. Coinmltteo on Public Health and
IMmntlon Senators N. Russell, V, C,
Achl nnd J. 11. Knohl
7. Committee on Pilntlng Senntnrn
1). Knlaunkalanl, W. C. Achl nnd 1. II.
S. Committee on Accounts Sena
tors C L Cinbbe, D. Kaluuol.aiuil and
J T. Brown.
9 Coinmltteo on Mllltnr) Senntnia
( It. Carter, I. II. Knlilllna mid 1). Ka
nuha. Coinmltteo on Rules Scnatoir C
Blown Win White and N. Russet,
On motion of Ml Baldwin, tho coin
mltWis wero oidered printed lu both
llngllbh nnd Hawaiian
'I ho Appinpilntlou bill vvnu then tak
en up In second leading. When It
rnmo to n discussion of tho permanent
settlements, tho Rtpubllcmis tried to
have the various items referred to a
committee but the Independents ob
jected. Thoy stated that the Organic
Act was permanent settlements and so
tho following Items were knocked out:
Mrs. Emma Barnard, $000; Mrs. Ka
makanl Slmeona. $400; Mrs. Kauluai
400; Mrs. Mary R. Stolz. $720; Mrs.
Piahaori400, and Sergeant II. E. Peter.
Bon. $900. jy ' t
Next came the ofllca of the Secre
tary of tho Territory of Hawaii. The
first Item to be tackled was tbat.of
tho chief clerk. Without much argu
ment. It wasicut down from $3,600 to
When It came to a conlsderatlon of
tho assistant clerk and the recording
clerks, $1,800 and $2,000, respectively
everybody became angry. Tho Indepen
dents wanted these offices knocked out
nnd the Republicans, sparring tor wind
with Mr. Carter In the led, wanted the,
Items referred to committees.
Mr, Kaohl deserted the Independent
fold for one brief moment and moved
tc allow the salary of the assistant
clerk to remain. Kvery Republican in
the room seconded Mr. Kaohl's mdtlon
who. apropos of nothing, said: ','Well
then, I will withdraw- my motion.'
Nothing much was said about theextra
clerks They were silently -'trodden
The salaries ot the electoral register
and messenger of the Secretary's office,
each at $1,200, were left Intact,
At 11:45 o'clock, Mr. Carter moved
to-adjourn on the ground that the Sen.
ato had shown enough wisdom for one
morning. The motion was seconded
nnd carried without a dlsscntlng.Soto.
Matters Up Today
In Circuit Court
Stipulation of pnrtles In the equity
easo of Thomas Mctealt vs Antone J.
Lopez was filed today bjiiPaiil Neu
mann, giving the defending until May
15 to plead.
Petition for allowance of accounts
and discharge ns guardian In the es
tate ot the Kahookano minora was
filed today by the Hawaiian Trust &
Investment Co. .
Amended complaint hns been filed
by Llbnnn Nobrega In her suit for a
divorce against her husband. S)lvano
Nobrega, and the case continued for
After hearing the motion In the No
brega divorce rase, Judge Humphreys
called for the arguments In the ense
ot II. M. Mist vs the Kaplolanl Estate,
AD CIRCUIT COURT
Chailes R. Hemcnwu) has taken the
oath as an attorney to practice law In
tho Supienie and otur courts of the
Tenltor) of Hawaii. Mr. Hemenway
is n graduate of Yale and studied luw
p tho oflUcs of Page & Kckley lu New
Thomas Fitch, guardian ad litem for
Urnry A ,, CartPr ,, (jriu0 S- Car.
,- mnDr8 lias filed nn muter In bn.
,IIf of ,,, wur(U , ,,, ciHjP ()f j 0
carter, trustw, vs Sjbll A. Cartir et
nl Tl0 nsttPr l)(I1P8 ,hnt liy , h8t
w, ,, lPRmmcnt f Charles L. Car
Mllry u s ,).,Ug ueramc entitled
to all the proper!) of said Charles L
Carter real or peison.il mid deny that
slid Charles L. Carter ever had any
Interest In slid property except such
as expensed with his death, and deny
tint Mary II S. Uivls ever had or now
Ins nny Interest whatever In tho prop
erty described In the. plaintiff's bill
herein. Tho answer livers that the
trust of J. O. Carter terminated upon
tho becoming ot tho ngo of 20 years of!
Cordelia J. Carter. It is also averred
that the nature of the property, and of
tho trust of which plaintiff Is trustee,
ore such that for n due performance of
the same it Is tn the Intel est of nil par
ties that the property shall bo sold nnd
the proeceds divided nnd the trust ter
minated. FIRE CLAIMS COMMISSION.
A meeting of the I'lrn Claims Com
mission wns held this morning In the
otlleo of F. W. Mncfailnue. All meni
beis wero present. 1 he se-sslon was
short, the only thing 'insldeicd being
tho forms In which the bills of different
claimants shnll be presented. Tho
final decision In this nintter was post
poned until tho next meeting, which
will be held Monda),
The i commission hns accepted tho
terms made b tho Chamber of Com
merce for the use of Its hall for hold
tLBB YON DROWNS.
Yesterday afternoon, shortly after
eiliool hours, Leo Gou, a )oung Chi
nese school bo), was e'rowned In the
Niiuanu rtre-um Just below tho King
street bridge. The llttlo fellow was
unnwaro of the depth of the water and
ventured be) ond his depth, going down
in sight of his companions. A search
nna Immediately Instituted and the
bod) was reroveied In about twenty
minutes. livery means known to re
store life was usrd. but In vain nud
tho bod) wns removed to tho moigtie
An Inquest will be held. Tho lad wai
12 ) ears old
The police hare ball lenm h.u nt lust
been organized and, ul'er u shoil time
will bo lead) for mutches At picsuiil
thu team lines up ns follows:
Joy p Laie c : Leslie lb, Flint. 2b
Pnrkei, .Hi, Mnrtln, ns: Jackson, cf,
M'-iu. If, nnd Fsplndi), rf.
The bci)s an nil heivy hltteis but
hnvo not got tho i.ingo as )et Thev
nro striking n tilflo wild With a lit
tle more piai tlcu thev will become
is m mm
Bar Association Opposes
Any Change at
FIFTEEN NEW MEMBERS
JOIN THE ASSOCIATION
Resolution Adopted Asking President
McKinley to Appoint a Third
tircuit Judge for
Twenty law) era were piesent this
morning at the meeting of the Bar
Association. Sidney M. Baltou presid
ed. The first matter brought up was that
of tho Judd portrait to be hung In
the Supienie Court roim. The com
mittee appointed a )car ago to look af
ter the mnttei reported that n portrait
by Harold Mott-Smlth was completed.
Hit cost will be $300 and the commit
tee has on hnnd $230. The balance will
be contributed by Individual members
ot the bar.
The following law)ers vveie b) una
nimous vote admitted to the assioln
tlon: W. Austin Whiting. Alfred S.
Hnrtwell. Wade W. Tha)crr. W. J.
Robinson. C. C. Blttln-r, L. A. Thurs
ten, John A. Mathewm.in, K. C. Peters.
J. Alfred Magoon, Frank Andrade. F
M. Brooks, Abraham Lewis. Jr.. Llr
A. Dickey, H. A. Blgeiow and F. W
The matter of reforming the Judi
ciary system of Hawaii was brought
up by a motion of F. M Hatch to let
the matter drop where It Is. Hatch's
motion was withdrawn anil n motion
by I. A. Andrews adopted. Andrews'
motion was to the effect that the Bar
Atloctatlon Is opposed to the scheme
i f merging the Circuit and Supreme
Courts of the Territory. W. O. Smith
made the only speech on the subject.
He said that he was on ot the signers
of the petition fnvorlng the scheme but
on mature reflection had changed his
mind. He did not believe It would be
wise to cumber the Supreme Court
Jilrtteg with probate nnd chambei mat
ters. Ho also did not believe it v-ould
serve the ends of Justice to have tlm
Supreme Court review eases where one
et Its number sat lu tin cnie below
A resolution was Intiodiired b) A. L.
L Mklnson and adopted b) unanimous
voto requesting tho President of the
I'nltcd States to appoint a. third Clr
cult Judge foi Honolulu.
The Vortnguese King's Diughtcrs'
Sotlct) gnvo n concert last evening at
the Miller street kindergarten. Tho
object of tho entertainment wns to
ra80 fllmlg , C(mntc onc c,i(I n ia,
ilia. The proceeds footed up tn more
than $10. Tho program consisted of
songs and recitations.
Mrs. Geo. II. McClellnn, superintend'
( nt of the society In a fow opening rc
marks explained the objects nnd alms
of tho organization. This wns their
first public concert. Others who took
Pirt In the progrnm wero Louise Me
Urn, Rlen Snares, Mar) Mcllm. Lllllc
Tewksbuiy. Hilda Benson, Georglna
Dlas. Helen Bell nnd lllsle Pi ters.
Tho feature of tho evening was a vlo
lln solo by Miss Woods nt the Oahu
College. Tho rooms wero prettll) dec
orated and nil present enJo)cd the
evening In fullest measure.
8TANT0N SUASON CLOSING.
"Said Pasha" Is being sung at the
tnntlncc today beforo n good audience
Tonight by special request "Wang"
will be given which In many minds it
one of tho best of the Stanton per
formances, A large audience will no doubt greet
Miss Stanton and her company Mou
dn) night to witness "The renclns
Mnster." which will close the operatic
engagement In this (It). Several of
Miss Stunton'x friends mid admirers
hnve purchased seats and Intend to bo
present to say farewell to the company
Iho organization leaves In tho Siena
for Auckland whero tl ey will fill n
four-weeks engagement, going thenic
to Australia for four months.
AORANGI KPEMCS MOANA
Iho steamer Aor.lngl nirlved from
Yancouvci mid Victoria list night nf
ter n speed) tilp She brought man)
passengers and. nsldo from inking five
stnnnn.i)H aboiid from the stcamci
Moann on Tliursdii) afternoon, tho tilp
was without special Intel at
Tho .Moana was sighted lit o o'clock
or the Sth nud she slgunlled the Aornn
rl to stop A bolt left the Monnu'
rldo nnd mule Its wii) to tho Aimiugl
In the bo it vveru tho first otfleor of tint
Mo.ma mid five uoo begone and dlsap
pointed nun who had stoned nwny
hero bi fuie the Mo inn left '1 lio made
theli appeal mien on dick nfter tlm
Dtcnmer was out of sight uf land nnd
gave tho officers the merriest kind of
merry laugh when they were told they
would be sent back to Honolulu. Soon
afterwards the Aorangt was sighted
with the result thnt the men wero
brought bark to Honolulu tn the brig
of the steamer.
The Aorangl bad but little freight
for this port and, tn fact, she was fl)
Ing lighter than she usually Is on ar
riving from the north She took on
some coal here and left for the Colonic
shortly after noon.
IS NOT A BIGAMIST.
Captain Chlpperfield of the birkcn
tine Newsboy was quite exercised
over the published accounts of his mar
riage last evening In the Star of ) ester
day and this morning's Advertiser, the
skipper who has been married for sev
eral years has no Intention of com
mitting bigamy. He denies cmphatl
call) thnt he was married last evening
a Harry Evans' house to a Miss Gib
son and Captain Curtis who Is stated
te have been best man corroborates
the skipper of the Newsboy.
One of the most prominent of the In
dependent Senators sail this morning:
"It there Is nny change In the office of
Governor, Sam Parker will be the bo)
who will come back to preside over the
affairs of Hawaii. He Is the choice of
The Bulletin reporter asked the Son
Htor If he believed there would be a
rl.nngo nnd he replied: "I think It Is
bound to come. The breaks of Mr. Dolo
hnve been so bad th.V President Mc
Klnlcy wilt lertalnlv hi forced to take
In tho Senate this morning, Mr. Car
ter said (speaking to Mr. Whlto): "1
will bet nu a box of cigars that the
present extra session will Inst over
thlrt) da) s." Mr. Achl wns on the point
of taking the bet himself but the chali
rHpped for order and his opportunity
There Is a great change In the make
up of the various standing committees
of the Senate aB will to seen by refer
ent e to another coliim'nn. President
Knhie hns n imed ten committees, Tho
total number of Republicans appointed
U 14 out of 30 but It Is n significant
ftct that, out of the ten chairmen, sev
en are Republicans and only three. In
dependents. An Independent Senator mates that
he knows t'e Republican party has de
elded not to allow an) one In the Gov
ernment offices of the Territory who It
not a sworn Republlrnn. This com
plaint comes from another quarter also
from a man who applied for a position
The opinion uf the Attorney General
with reference to the consideration of
bills other than the Approprhtlon bill
and submitted to the Senate today, will
have ns a result, n ver) great cutting
down of the estimate as submitted b)
the Governor. The spit It shown b) the
Independents in the Senate today will
be more marked on Monday.
It Is probable thnt, with the cutting
down of appropriations for the pollen
department, the mounted patrol will
Invo to go and ns for pollco cnll s)s-
tern well, such n feaiuie. no mnttcr
how ueeessnry will be mixed In the
kettle with the other euts.
There will be a fine musical program
r.t Fiancls Murphy hall, corner lUthel
nnd Hotel streets, this evening begin
nlng nt 8 o'clock. Among tho special
features of tho entertainment will be
three numbers by the popular tenor
J, D. Doughert). Joe Mariner, the well
known innndnlln pln)er Is down for
threo numbers nnd John Plver will give
n humorous selection. Director B. R
Rico w 111 rendei three rperlnl selections
on tho piano besides the regulnr mu
sic furnished every evening.
From 8-30 to :S0 there will be
short talks on tempernnco, Intel spersed
with music, James Nott. Jr., n Murph)
nnn, will speak on the "Practical Re
suits of the Murphy Pledge." nnd
Franklin Austin will tnke for his sub
Jcct "The Kneni) In the Heur." Ad'
Vlrgle A and Aggravation hnvo been
matched to race at six furlongs a week
hence, for $250 n bide. If ever) thing
goes ns It should, a Hue raco wil be,
the result. Both horses have plenty of
speed in them, but Aggravation Is bet
ter at the longer distance. Vlrglo A
has traveled five furlongs In 1 18.
Tomorrow, Kdlth R nnd Molly, tuo
3-mlnute horses, will race a mllo foi
$20 a sfdo and n dinner thrown in.
TK-ACIIBRS LAST MEETING.
The last minting nf the cnr of the
Honolulu Circle of the Territorial
Tochers' Association will take placo
In the HUh School building Monday
evening May 11 nt 7 30 o'clock An
InlcieMlug piormu has been nnnnged
lonalEtlng of the following numbers
Mi'ili b) High echnol pulls, led by Mrs
in die) lib nientm ) Arithmetic"
b) Heur) M Lull, violin solo li Miss
loin 11 Barber, Industrial Work ns n
Factor In ltnco IMucatlon " by Chas
Biitlctt D)ko of Knmchamehn; "In
cidental Number Work," by T. 11 Gib
son, discussion of papers with Arthur
Mnxson Smith II S. Townsend nnd
IMgnr Wood ns lenders. Music, b)
High sehuiil pupils
Threo newly furnished rooms to let.
Ree 'lo Let column.
RED LAUCHUN THE
imi of im J
Was Among the Stow-
aways Returned Here -In
HOW CANADIAN LAW
Buckley Denied Being an Alien and
Said He Was a Sailor
Commissioner of Immigration J. K.
Brown had a seance aboard the Aoran
gl this morning with the live stow
awa)s put aboard that vessel by thu.
Moana on Thursday last at sea.
Captain Hay iwnnted the men put
ashore here but the Collector of Cus
toms could not nllow It unless It was
proven that they got nboard the Monna
at this port. For this purpose Captain
Harry Flint of the harbor pollco was
present to Identify the men If possible.
The first man brought out of tho
lockup was Wagner n one legged man
who has been n familiar character hero
for some time. He Is a professional
beggar and operated In San Francisco
beforo coming here. He wns positively
Identified by several residents. The
next stow nw ay was u negro lad. Nix,
by name who stated that he was nn
American, horn In Tenmsseo nnd nr
rived here In the City of Peking as a
stowavva) from San Frunclsco. Being
an American he was entitled to land.
The third stowaway was n surprlso to
those at the Inquiry. He wns none oth
er than "Red" 1-auithlln the crimp, who
was going to run all the newspaper
men oft the front. Ho wns Identified
nnd will eomc ashore to tarry a while
There wns some fun when Buckley,
tho fourth stowaway made hie appear
ance. He Is a sailor and appeared very
much frightened. Mr. Brown nsked
him where he boarded the Moana and
ho replied In Honolulu Ho was then
nsked If he was an alien and denied
that he wns nn) thing of the kind say
ing that he was n sailor and had come
here In the American bark Sonoma and
been discharged with tho rest of the
John J Gillespie, n native of Brook-
1)11, N Y.. wns the Inst of the batch.
He nrrlved hero ns a stowaway nboard ?i'
the transport Logan and finding no "
work nnd thnt tho brend fruit nnd co
coanuts that were mentioned In n lalo
San Francisco paper us plenteous, being
hnrd to get, ho decided to leave for the
Captain Hay considers that he did
the llvo men n favor ti bringing them
back to Honolulu as on nrrlvnl at Vic.-
tori i the) would hnvo been turned over
tc the police nnd hnd to stay In Jill
for a period of sixty da)s. The law
of British Columbia is very strict In
Its tre-ntment of stownw.i)s. Tho. men
were all allowed ashore here.
Board of Health Meeting.
At the call of President. C. II. Coop
er there vvob a Bpeclal meeting of the
Board of Health last evening,
Jcct was to conch the new members
tho routine business of tho Board,
Board of Health appropriations were
also briefly discussed with a view to)
No business wns transacted last
night, tho meeting having been called'
merely for tho purposo of the Individu
al enlightenment ot the members. The
topics touched upon will come up again '
nl the regulnr meeting,
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