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THE PEOPLE'8 PAPER.
Vol. X. No. 1861.
HONOLULU, TKBBITOBY OF HAWAII, 8ATUBDAY, JUNE 8! 1901.
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J. K. Brbwn Stops Three
CAME HERE TO LANl ,
ON IMPLIEB COIfftlCT
Pending Appeal Men Given Option of
Remaining Here Under Guard
or Going on With '
Ship. . ; ,
Immigration Commissioner J. K.
Drown rejected three of the Moana
passengers for this port this morning.
They were all Englishmen and were
coming here to work for T. Cllve Da
vies. Two of the men, George Long
and Charles Young, are coachmen and
the third," Julius Greaboxer, Is a clerk.
Although the men all paid their own
tare from the old countrythey came
here under anjmplled contract to work
for Mr. Davlcs) and this was'not denied,
on the examination, by the men or Mr.
Da vies. ,"
Commissioner Brown gave the men
the option of coming oshorn and re
maining under guard, pending an ap
peal to Washington on his decision, or
1 else to go on In the Moana and return
ing here, by which time the appeal
would be settled.
Under the law, the Commissioner has
no alternative In the matter of rejected
Immigrants. If they arc rejected, they
must be confined. In case they come
ashore. No ' bond may be taken for
their appearance and pending an ap
peal while the men might actually be
ashore, they are not theoretically land
ed and so, being in custody all the time,
they might be deported without re
course to the courts.
'BEACON LIGHTS" TONIGHT.
"East Lynne" was played before a
sympathetic audience last night at the
Orphean:. anO. many, a tear was Rhed
for the sad nud unhappy1 Lady Isabel.
The piny wns excellently staged and
well acted, the parts being-well select
ed. Carl Berch made an excellent Archi
bald Carlylc. Waiting's specal forte
Is the up to date society villain, and
as Sir Francis Levlson, his ability In
this line Is displayed to Its best advan
tage. Watson should always appear as
an old man, for he excels In such parts.
Adelaide Lulrdo as Barbara Hare was
good. Mnbcl Wlerne's portrayal of tha
part of Lady Isabel and Madame Vine,
brought tears to more than one. pair
of eyes, for In the last net she sur
passed herself. Emma Cummins as
3Ilss Cornelia made a very good bache
lor maid of the old school,
"East Lynne" will bo lepcatcd at the
natlnec this afternoon. "Beacon
Lights" which made such a hit at the
first of the week wilt be repeated again
tonight. (Next week, the "Fatal Card"
and "The Burglar" will be played.
On Court Matters
The Judiciary Committee to whom
-was referred the Items In the Appro
priation bill under the head of "Ju
diciary Department" commencing with
item 3S0 and ending with Item 402. re
potted us follows In the Senate today:
Item SSO, expenses of Supreme and
Circuit Courts to Include pay of Grand
Jurors at the same rate as trial Ju
rors, 58,000. We lecommend be
stricken out, and the following Items
be Inserted In Its place:
Expenses Supreme Court, $1500; sup
plies and Incidentals for all Courts to
be expended under the direction of the
Clerk to the Judiciary Department,
T Wo on wjji" itock
Fttvr iliinc nur me ho J J
T iynurk,iinMni $p'mirey
' ' n a cjqJ twin at . t
Lr.li, ulth ritctrlc Car Srvkt,
iiMcr Ani ton bast cf sar luniingi,
i cnty iinotlilM tht prlc ol similar
One ttlr i cart inj iiiince it on
ly ( F" cnt mikes a Kooalmestment
CASTLE & LANSDALE
(2800; expenses Circuit Court, First
Circuit, $1S,000: expenses.. Circuit
Court, Second Circuit, $M00;"expensea
Circuit Court, Third Crcuiu,$4000; ex
penses Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,
16000: expenses Circuit Court, Fifth
Circuit, $4000; making avtot,al sum of
$38,000; being $2000 more' thari asked
for. The reason 'of the Increase Is,
that the change in our Jury system and
the Inaugurating ot the Grand Jury
has Increased the expenses ot all Cir
cuit Courts. The expenses of the last
May term of the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit were in the neighborhood
of $2000, and as there are four terms
a. year, the estimate la baled upon the
cost of that term. Upon the sugges
tion ot the Chief Justice, the expenses
ot each Circuit Court for the other
circuits) have each been set apart for
the reason that each Judge will theu
know what sum ot money Is set apart
for the expenses ot his circuit. Hereto
fore the expenses have all been taken
out of the lump appropriation, and
each Circuit Judge was notified by the
Clerk of the Judiciary Department how
much of such, lump appropriation was
to be used by him. The sums recom
mended are expected to be sufficient,
and are based upon data and the expen
ses of the different circuits, received
since the Grand Jury lystem has been
In practice In the Territory.
Item 382, purchase of law hooks, Su
preme Court, we recommend pass as in
the bill. .
Item 383, purchase of law books for
other circuits, we recommend pass at
$300, the same as heretofore allowed
for that purpose.
Item 385 we recommend pass as In
!, ifem '386, compiling and publishing
Digest Hawaiian Reports, wo recom
mend bo Btrlckcn out "for economy's
sake, and for the further reason that
It it is not necessary nor n needed work
at tho present time.
,. Item 387, we recommend be changed
to read. "Stationery, Incidentals and
Traveling- Expenses of District Magis
Dy doing this, Items 318. " 394, 397,
399 and 401 can all be strlck"n ' tit at a
saving of some $400.
Items 390, 393 and 390 we recommend
pass as In the bill. Tro money here
appropriated Is used by the Judges of
the several circuits In paying the tra
veling and other expenses caused by
holding of the terms of court In differ
ent places of such circuits, and away
from the permanent residence ot such
We therefore recommend that this
report for the reasons above set forth
C. L, CltAntlE..
Honolulu. June Cth, 1901.
Still Threaten Strike
The labor troubles of the Chinese
Inundrymen show no signs of abate
ment. A number of tue washee men
havo quit and the threat ot a general
walk out of hand laundrymen nil over
tho city Is still to l,e reckoned with.
Tho main grievance of the employes
In the wash shops Is length of hours.
They have united upon a demand for
hours beginning at 7 in the morning
nnd ending at n p. m. The present ob
jectionable schedule, demands that they
show up for work at C a. m. and re
main on duty until 1 a. m. next morn
ing. The pntlenco of tho Oriental with
hard conditions has been exhausted by
tho enforcement of these hard hours
and rebellion Is assuming shape.
In addition to reduction ot hours, an
Increase of pay Is also demanded. A
number of laundries are without help
and cannot get Chinamen to go to work
unless the demands are met.. The boss
laundrymen Insist that they cannot af
ford to comply nnd many shops will not
promise to deliver clothes pending the
settlement ot the dispute.
, BLAZE IN KAKAAKO.
What might have been a most disas
trous blaze occurred this morning at
tho corner of Queen and South streets.
A Japanese restaurant situated In tho
largo tenement house on Queen street
was the scene of the blaze. Too much
coal had evidently beon heaped upon
tho flro, with the result that the chim
ney was soon red hot. Tho roof was
Ignited by the heat, buf the llames
were nuickly extinguished. Had the
flames gained a llttln headway. It
would have been almost Impossible to
eet control of them, as all the sur
loundlng homes, are of wdod, and are
built very close together,
Ljttlc damage was done.
Beet Sudor Crop.
Guelph. Ont .May St. Dr. Shuttle,
worth, of Ontario Agrlcultuial College,
fears the beet sugar crop has been seri
ously affected by the recent inlns,
Many other crops have alto been affect.
cd Green oorn blades ore turning ycl.
low In some re'ctfoiis of the country.
Officers Are Decorated,
Derlln, May 31, Emperor 'William
has decorated General Donnal, director
of the Trench War school, with the
crown order of the flnt clas3 and haj
bestowed on Co'l. Gallei the crown or
der of the eccomt class.
Prince UtHmark'tt Hon.
Varseln. Prussia, May 30. Count
William lilemarl:, brother of Count
Herbert Blsmnrk, and second son of
tho late Prince Illsmnrk, died this
morning afteia brief lilucsu. He was
born in 1S32.
. IM TO 1
By Adjournment at To
day's Session of
MISSEL WANTEB TO
SPEAK AGAINST KA1UE
Majority Did Not See it That Way
and Turned Down Proposition
It was not until fifteen minutes afto'
the time set for the Senate to convene
this forenoon that there were enough
members present to constitute a quo
mm. Even President Kaluc did not ar
rive on the scene until 10:03 o'clocR.
There were not many cxcllanges ot
courtesies and the whole attitude of
the Senators present was one of reti
cence. The Independents had some
thing up their sleeve and it turned out
later that Dr. Rinsed had a resolution
against the President which he tried
to Introduce in several different ways.
The Rcpubllcans'came In In n body Just
as the journal was about to be rend
After tho Journal had been read at
this forenoon's session ot'the Senate,!
Mr. Achl, seconded by Mr. Carter, mov
ed to strike out all that portion of tho ,
Journal after the adjournment which'
had been declared by President Knlue. I
A discussion arose at once. Mr. Ka-
lauokalanl moved the approval ot tho'
Journal and this motion was seconded
by Mr, Kanuha. The matter was final
ly settled by n motion to call the ayes
and noes on the motion of Mr, Achl,
which resulted In a showlnx of 7 to 6
In the affirmative. Those who voted
In the affirmative wero: Messrs. Achl,
C Brown, Carter. Crabbc, Kalue, Pa
ris and White, a total of 7. Those who
voted In the negative were Messrs. Ka
hlllna, Kalauokalanl, Kanuha, Kaohl,
Kakapaahu and Rusael, a total of'0.
Mr. J. Jlrown voted "kanalua."
On motion of Mr. C. Ilrown, second
ed by Mr. Achl. the journal was ap
proved as read.
A message from Acting Governor
Cooper, submitting for the considera
tion ot tho Senate, estimates for tho
payment of unpaid bills, was received.
read and referred to the Committee on
On motion of Mr. .Kalauokalanl, tho
report of tho majority of the Commit
tee on Military was taken up for con
sideration nnd the ayi-s nnd noes on
adoption called. The result was a vote
of 7 to 7, President Kalue and Mr.
White voting with the fio Republicans.
Tho chair announced thnt the report
had not been ndopted.
Tho minority report wns then taken
up for consideration Ith the same re
sult as In the case ot the majority re
port. A motion of Mr. C. Drown to adjourn
was lost and Mr. Kanuha sprung tho
novel proposition of submitting the
reports of the Military Committee to
tho House for action since tho Senate
had found It impossible to como'to a
decision on the matter.
The report of Mr. C. Ilrown for the
Judiciary Committee, which appears In
another column was adopted by tho
narrow majority of 7 to on n calling
of the ayes and noes, President Kalue
and Messrs. J. Drown and White vot
ing with the Republicans.
At this stsso In the proceedings, Dr.
Russcl arose to a question of privilege
and then stated that he had a resolu
tion ngalnst the chair. This wns ob
jected to as not being a question of
privilege. Dr. Russel then moved a
suspension of rules nnd Mr. Kanuha
seconded tho motion, but It did not pre
all. Then came a little excitement.
Dr. nussel arose to n question of
prlvllego and said ho had charges to
prefer ngalnst the chair.
Mr. Carter Mr. President, that Is not
a question of privilege. .That does not
concern,' the Senator personally.
Dr. Russel I beg your pardon.. It
does concern mo.. It tho chair goes ou
acting in tho way he did yesterday, I
cannot remain on this floor."
Messrs. C. Brown and Carter, In con
certThen go back to Hllo, for Ilea
Dr. Russel That Is your opinion, eh?
Well, this is u case for the house to
Mr, C. Brown Such n thins cannot
he done under parliamentary iaw. You
cannot attack any member of tho Sen-
tta under a question ot prlvllego.
Mr, Achl, scenting more trouble,
moved to adjourn until 10 o'clock Mon
day. There wns a tie voto and Piesl-
dent Knlue cast his vole on the Bide of
MASTER PIECES OF ART.
Now York, May 31. According to the
Tribune's London correspondent three
pictures encrusted with grlnio wero re
cently purchased In n curiosity shop by
a thrifty husband nnd wlfo In Cheshire,
England, for 15 shillings. One of these
when partially cleaned for tho adorn
ment of their modest dwelling proved
to bo tho work of un early Italian mas-
Ur; another wai a Cordt, and the third
was a painting by an early English
master. Encouraged ly the knowledge
that what they bought tor shillings
was worth 100, the couple returned to
the obscure curiosity shop and bought
for 5 a canvas blackened with age,
which was used aa a die screen. This
picture when cleaned disclosed the
name "Del Pompa" In one corner, and
has been Identified as a rare work ot an
Italian painter. The Cheshire couple
are now asking 25,000 for their treas
ure trove, for which they gave a sin
gle 6 note.
FREaR seeks moke light
Chief Justice Frear asked counsel to
make additional argument this morn
ing In the Thurston habeas corpus mat
ter. The point on which the Court
wanted light was whether or not the
record In the Circuit Court shows
that L. A. Thurston bad been convicted
of contempt In the order made by Judge
Humphreys fining Thurston and sen
tencing him to Imprisonment until, he
Should answer certain questions pro
pounded by the Grand Jury.
The word contempt does not appear
in the order made by Judge Humph
reys when he ruled that the showing
of Thurston was insufficient. When
the argument was made In the matter
of the habeas corpus, this point was not
raised by either of the counsel. It was
taken up on the Chief Justice's own
A. S. Hnrtwell nnd S. M. Ballou ar
gued this morning for Thurston and
F. E. Thompson for respondent.
In Memory ot Lafayette.
Paris, May 30. There was the usual
pilgrimage ot Americans to the tomb
ot Lafayette, In Plcpus Cemetery, this
afternoon. The United States Ambas
sador, General Horace Porter, Consul
General, Gowdy nnd otier officials wefo
present. Appropriate speeches were
delivered by General Porter, Ijfayi
ctte's great-grandson, nnd Dr. Bartlett,
of Indianapolis. Magnificent wreaths
from Lafayette Post, the Sons ot the
American Revolution and the Colonial
Dames were deposited on the tomb.
DRUNKS AND GAMBLERS. ,
In the Police Court this forenoon, the
calendar was encumbjred with eleven
drunks which were disposed ot In the
usual way itt $2 per drunk. Eight na
tive gamblers were turned loose with
out a trial because, none of them could
be Induced to squeal. The Ah family,
Including Ung, Choy, Turn and Hook
was released on bond and will be tried
tor running n che.ta game, iiext Moti-.
day. F. Putos, a vagrant, was locked
up until after race nay. Wing Chew
Lung had been selling chewing tobacco
without a license, but equated himself
BRITISH LOSE HEAVILY
London, May 31. On the anniversary
ot Lord Roberts' entry into Johannes
burg comes the news ot gevero fighting
and heavy losses within forty miles of
the gold reef city, Tho battle, at Vlad
fonteln, on the Durbau Johannesburg
railway, reported by Lord Kitchener to
day, Is the most serious engagement
since Gen, Clement's reverse at Maga
llesburg. The garrison at Yindfonteln
Is apparently largely composed of Yeo
manry, and had 171 men put out of ac
tion. That their assailants came to
cloio quarters nnd suffered heavily Is
shown by tho number of dead left on
The dispatch from Kitchener, dated
Pretoria, May 30th. Is as follows:
General Dixon's forco at Vladtontcln
wub attacked yesterday by Delaney's
forces, and there wns severe fighting.
The enemy was eventually driven off
with heavy l3s, leaving tblrty-flve
dead. I regret that our casualties also
wero severe. The killed and wounded
numbered ono hundred and seventy
four. Four officers were killed.
CONNELL WON THE RACB
Ithaca, N. Y.. May 30. Cornell won
tho Intercollegiate boat rnce, Colum.
bin second by two lengths, Pennsyl
vania third, by five lengths.
The Cornell nthletes surprised tho
Princeton team today In the dual meet
on Percy field by administering to the
visitors a severe defeat. Out of 101
points, the Ithncnns tool; C4, leaving
only 40 for the visitors.
New DrujJ TrtiBt.
UvansUlle, Ind., May 31. A tele
cram was recehed hero last night an
nouncing the American Chemical and
Spirit Co. of this city had gono Into
the hands of a New York trust. Tho
plant will be closed and four hundred
men win be thrown out of work.. Tho
factory Is tho only one ot Its kind in
Troop Leave China.
Tien Tsln, May 31. Gen. Cummins,
with the last ot his brigade, left for In
dia today, A number of officers are
filling the hotels.. Many of theso nre
Germans who are about to leave Chi
na. All the sick are being sent away,
Eighteen transports aro now at Taku
and more ate expected.
"V Laurler'H LonjJ Trip.
Ottawa, May 30. It U practically set
tied that tho Premier and a number ot
cotleagues will leavo hero on July 1st
for tho Pacific Coast. Sir Wilfrid will
probably bo accompanied by Hon
Messrs. Slfton, Patcrson and Torte. Ths
party will go ns far J3 Dawson City,
and return to the capital about Sop.
Refuses to Recognize His
Right to Serve in
TWO RESOLUTIONS READ
RELATIVE TO HIS MESSAGE
Some Talk by Gilfillan Makekau S&73
That Bouse Has Recognised Acting
Governor Already Emmeluth
Calls Down Supreme Court.
Cooper's right to act ns Governor
during the absence of Mr. Dcln was
vigorously assailed In the iloi.if this
morning by almost nit of tbu Homo
Rulers. The cause of :ho trouble wm
the introduction of a message from the
Acting GouTtior relating to unpaid
bills. In brief, the jiessage was as
Public Works S10.021 00
Loans unpaid on account of
Ionn Money being exhaust
ed C3.C71 3.1
Treasury l.'l V
General Expenses, Hoard of
Health 1..'.09 4)
ri.tguc Expenses, lie lid of
HMlth W. 7,10! ST
Total ,. tn.Wl 05
The message va too mw.h to bu
.rMiimcd down li imo'mtli'i throat nnd
he expressed lilnisol' nctordlnfty
"This House, said he, "has been
charged with procrastination by tho
Governor nnd the public at large. I am
inclined to think that my great and
good friends nre hardly consistent, as
we are now two-thirds of the way
through the appropriations. This Is no
time to bring anything of the kind Into
the House. The Acting Governor w.is
certainly aware of the bills before this,
and should hae sent them In then.
Fur thnt reason, I Introduce tliU reso
The resolution was us follows:
Resolved, That tho message of the
Acting Governor bo laid on tho table to
be considered nt the next extra scs
Kanlho wns In faor of referring the
message to a committee on Incstlga
Hon. Makekau stated that the debts wero
legitimate nnd should be paid.
iou cannot hurt the Governor by
passing this resolution," Interjected
Ullilllan. "You are only hurting your
constituents, tho taxpiyers. They nre
tho ones that will suffer, ns theso arc
Just debts.. The reputation of this
Territory us well as this House is at
The message was finally tabled. In
order that It It might not rest too long,
Emmeluth Intioduced the following
Wheieus. by reason of public notice.
Henry E. Cooper, Secretary of the Ter
ritory, has been performing the duties
of Governor of this Territory, and
Whereas, the time which has elaps
ed since such publication has permit
ted tho Governor's return to this, city
In sufficient good health to be dally
seen on tho streets thereof, and
Whereas, the functions of govern
ment make It desirable that tho vari
ous offices thereunder be separately ad
ministered, now be lt therefore resolv
ed, That the clerk of this ilouso be
instructed to communicate, with the
Acting Goernor of tho Territory and
inqulro of him the nature and extent
of tho disability under which the Gov
ernor of the Territory may ot this time
be Incaplcltated fur tho duties of his
office, and what tho prospects are at
this time tor the resumption of the
duties ot his offiio by the Governor.
Makekau was In favor of referring
tho resolution to tho Judiciary Com
mittee, on the grounds that tho Iloube
bad already tecognlzed Cooper by nd
dicsslng the resolution to him.
In support of his resolution Emme
"Mr. Speaker, this resolution Is out
side tho pale of uuy committee. What
we want to xnow is wny cooper is
Acting Governor, Ab I hive said bo
fore, this strllus ut the fundamental
principles of the government, and it Is
the right of the people to know. If
the House can't find out, who can 7
We want to know what tho aihlce oj
the doctor was, which lauseil tho Gov-.'
ernor to abdicate. Wo need a capable
man, a man who Is physically and
mentally able to attend to his duties.
I havo nothing against the Governo.,
and would be as sorry as anyone to
see anything happen to him. If we do
not use diligence lit icgard to this mat
ter, what will pi event Cooper from be
ing Acting Governor during tho icfct of
the Governor's .term What did Mr
Ilecklvy say In his message to this
House? He said that wo must look out
for our own troubles, and if wo do not,
wo are lost.
"It Is useless to appeal to tho Attor
ney General or tho Supiemo Court, for
they are wedded kit and new to the
Kokaula was In favor of referring
tho matter to the Public Health Com
mittee, so that they might tnaka a
personal examination of the Governor'!
The motion to refer the resolution tc
the Judiciary Committee carried.
The House adjourned at 12 noon,
WILHELMINA IN BERLIN.
Berlin, May 31. Queen Wllhclmlna
nnd her husband, the P-l.icc of the
'Netherlands, witnessed the Emperor's
review ot the Renin garrison this
morning. The Queen aftcrwnids drove
to the royal castle with the Empress,
the Emperor riding at the head of the
First Guards regiment with the Prince
ot the Netherlands on his right hand.
On returning the procession vis met
ou Unter den Linden by (he chief bur
gomaster, the city officials, and a band
of twenty-four white robed maidens.
The burgomaster presented an address
tc Queen Wllhelmlna, and handed her
a bouquet of flowers of the Netherlands
colors. The Queen replied with a few
words of thanks.
6LAVE8 APPROVE 6LAVBRY.
London. May 30. Ninety-eight per
cent of the slaves of Zanzibar and
Pemba prefer to remain slaves, accord
ing to correspondence Issued by the
foreign office concerning the working
of the decreo freeing tho slaves. Eew er
slaves applied for freedom In 1900 than
In 1S99, becauso the Ilrltlsh commis
sioner avers most of the slaves know
they are not likely to gain much pres
ent advantage, seeing that those who
were thrown on their own resources
have a difficult time to make n living.
The masters havo been kinder since
the.slavo legislation was enacted, and
seek to make their service more attrac
HIT W TODAY
ANT0NE CASTLE CASE
SETTLED OUT OF COURT
Waived Jury Suit Tried This Fore
noon Before Judge Gear
Solomon Kawaiboa Ad
mitted to the Bar.
The case ot Prank Llllls s. Janus
Carty, an action for damaaes was on
trial before Judge Gear this morning.
Jury waived. The suit is on appeal
from tho District Court of Honolulu.
Attorney Peterson represents the plain
tiff; Kinney, Dallou McClanahan for
In the suit of Manuel Dc Quadros
vs. V. V. Krear, et al., defendants, by
their attorneys. Robertron & Wilder,
hao filed an answer of general denial.
The answer to plalntlft'a amended peti
tion Is thnt the cause ot action theieln
did not accrue within the ten years
next befoio the commencement of this
action. Notice Is also given thnt among
other defences rellanco will be placed
License was todny Issued to Solomon
Kawalhoa to practice law In the ills
trlrt courts of the Terrltorj of Hawaii.
J. A. Thompson, master In the matter
of tho estate ot Achcc has reported on
tho ncconnts of Ah Lan, administrator,
Tho accounts show '.he sum ot $900
realized from tho sale of a rlco plan
tation, which was paid out to creditors.
The assets amounted to 40 cents on
tho dollar for claims presented. The
report states tho commissions charged
at $90 should bo $15.
J, A. Thompson also flics report as
master In tho estate ot Achew, Geo.
Rodlcck, administrator. The total
amount realized was $1018.1)7 which has
been paid out to creditors. The aggre
gato ot tho claims agalust the estate
amounted to $29S2.8I.
A discontinuance was filed today by
the plaintiff In the case of J. S. Antone
vs. W. R. Castle, the dlllercnccs having
been settled out of court.
HIGH SCHOOL WON.
The baseball gamo between the
High School and St. Louis Day scholars
nines took place this morning at ths
old baseball grounds, Maklkt, Tho
High school won by a scoro of 11-7.
Punnhou Track Team March.
A new march has Just been publish
ed entitled "Punahou Track Team
March." The author U Lot A. Knulu
kou, son ot Judge J, L. Kuulukou of
this city. Young Knulukou Is but 10
years l age, but shows remarkable
ability as a musician. Tho "Punahou
Track Team March" is his first at.
Umrit at composition, hut owing to his
present success he will follow up this
march with others. Resides playing'
the piano well, young Knulukou la
familiar with tho mandolin, clarionet,
violin und ukulele.
Wull Street Looking Up.
New York, May 31. Prices of Amer
icana were lifted materially In London
over the holiday, nnd this morning
gains Aero extended to nearly 3 points
In Atchison and I'nlon Pacific. Tho
opening here was higher all around,
gains extending between 1 and 2 points
in tho principal. International stocks.
tioers to Jamncln
Kingston, Jamaica, May 31. A re
port from Ilarbadoes says tho Imperial
Government Is arranging to send, a
draft ot Doer prisoners there.
STUMER MOANA - . I
OUT IN STREAM J
Order Received From
Home to Keep Her
Away From Wharf.
SHE MADE RECORD
TRIP FROM SOUND
Slowness of Immigration Officiate
Causing Big Howl - Twelve
Passengers and Ten Tons
The steamer Moana, from Vancouver.
nrtlu'd off the harbor last evening and
anchored after a very fast trip from
the Sound. The big vessel sailed from
Vancouver on May 31st at 11 p. m. and
made the run to port in six days 21
hours. This Is one of the fastest trips
ever made between the ports of Van
couver nnd Honolulu, but then the
Moana Is the finest nnd fastest vessel
ever on this run. Her tune might hate
been much taster but for tho fact that
the company does not care to cut the
run to the Colonies down too much as
the mall authorities of Australia would
be liable to keep the other vessels to
the Moaua's time, and this would cost
the company a great deal of money
The Moana entered the harbor this
morning nnd anchored In the stream
shortly after 6 o'clock. She had re
ceived orders from London not to come
alongside the wharf here, so tho ves
sel's freight nnd passengers were light
ered ashore. As usual, the passengers
on tho vessel who were for this port,
were kept waiting by the tardiness of
the Immigration olllcers to make their
appearance. There has been a general
kick from the passengers ot all the
steamers arriving from foreign porta
lately, over the unnecessary delay cans,
ed by the non-arrival of the Inspectors.
The Custom House men have had to
bear the brunt of the wall of the pas
sengers and they nre all growing very
tired ot being growled al tor a condi
tion of affairs over which they have no
control. Tho passengers on the Hong
kong Maru, which arrived here Thurs
day, wero kept waiting1 over an hour
before the Immigration lt.spector nrrlv-
ed nnd this morning the Moana was
In the stream two hours before she was
It has been suggested by some of tho
steamer agents that If thu Immigration
officers should board vessels from the
doctor's launch as the Customs men
do, n great deal of time would be sav
ed nnd the tempers ot passengers nnx-
Inus to come ashore niter a long sea
trip, would be much better on landing.
The Moana had twelve passengers for
this port among whom were Charles
GIrdler nnd Mrs. Captain Tullett nnd
two children returning from England.
MR8. McKINLEY STILL ILL.
Washington. D. C May 31. Tho
physicians who are In attendance upon
Mrs. McKlnlcy. after a consultatluu.
state that she Is recovering fromthe
fatigue of the trip. The Illness from
which she was suffering In San Fran
cisco still continues, though in Icai
Intense form. She Is still feeble and
cannot be considered out of danger.
Her progress will no doubt be slow, but
improvement Is looked for..
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