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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY. JUNE 25, 1901
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i ri Vol. X. No. 1874.
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One Has Been Enough
Fjor the Hawaiian -.
KELIIKO INTRODUCES A
NEW JOINT RESOLUTION
Object to Being Annexed to, California
Nice Tribute 'to the Power of
The House expressed themselves
quite freely In regard to the question.
of annexing the Territory of Hawaii
to California this morning The de
bate was started by the introduction of
the following resolution by Kelllkoa!
Resolved, by tho House of Represen
tatives, the Senate concurring, that It
Is the sense of the Legislature of tho
Territory of Hawnll, thai tho annexa
tion of the Territory of Han-alt to tho
State of California Is contrary to the
rights of tho citizens and residents of
De It further resolved. That one copy
of this Concurrent Resolution may be
transmitted to tho President of the
. I'nlted States', One copy to the Presi
dent of tho Senate, one copy to the
Speaker of tho House of Jlcprcsenta
tles. nnd one copy to the Delegate of
the Territory of Haw'.ill.
i ' J. W. KELIIKOA.
Dickey asked that the House refrain
from hysterical comments on Just
Plain newspaper talk. T
"Mr. Speaker," began Dcckley, " I
would be In favor ot.tabllng tho reso
lution If It were not for these reasons.
Two years ago we wereannoxed to the
United States without our consent and
by superior force and might, and now
the same thing Is trying to bo repeated.
"These newspapers do not represent
the pecplo at large, but only a small
class of them. To bear out. my point I
would say that last campaign I wan
opposed by every rcputablo newspaper
In' these Islands. Yet I was elected by
n larfe majority, which only goes to
show what I havo said regarding their
non-representation of the people.
"When the newspapers are agitating
a matter of this kind dltcctly against'
the wish of the people, it Is only right
that the House should express her feel
ings In the matter, California has
enough trouble of her own, not to be
bothered any more with ours. Tho
first thing would happen were wo an
nexed to California, would be tho re
moval of tho San Francisco pest houso
to Molokal. Then too, the convicts of
California would all be deported here
and this would be the" landing placo
of all sorts of riff raff. Then too, our
campaigns which have been so clean
heretofore, would b" tainted with tho
eternal presence of the Almighty Dol
lar." "All this talk, "replied Emmeluth.
"Is a grand and glorious tribute to tho
power of the press. Tho press has its
power both for good and evil, as has
been shown by the late developments
relative to the twllcl question. The
press havo kept at that subject until
tbey have won out. Beckloy has stat
ed that he was opposed by all the news
papers last campaign. Well, I liave a
sneaking Idea that" I was In the same
"If Hawaii Is annexed 'to California
we won't stand any more chanco than
Chinatown, and not be thought of half
as much as that little, district."
"This article Is a lie," shouted Pren
deigast, jumping to his feet. "This ar
ticle In 'the Evening Bulletin states that
all classes of people, are in favor of ft.
The Homo Rule party Is not In favor
of It, and as a member of, tho Homo
Rule party In behalf of the people
whom I represent, I want to say no to
any proposition of this kind."
Robinson rathcr.agreed with Dickey
about getting hysterical over news
jut above Wyllle St. "i
FOI -Af,fc ON
Beretauia, King, Prospect,
Anapuni and other Streets
A neat little Cottage on
paper talk which lie .was sure was in!
correct He was much against It, and
was sure the matter.Jwould not get a
handful, of votes either. In Hawaii or
Emmeluth knew that, 'active steps
were being taken In the matte,
The motion to table the resolution
wbb lost. ..Ayes 7, noes 21, t
Makekau stated that one of their
most trusted advisers was now in the
Slates to carry out this plan. -
The motion) to adopt tho resolution
rarrled. Aye 26, noes' 2.
House bill 4. appropriating $15,000 for
the expenses, of tho present session,
passed third reading. Ayes 16; noes 10.
An attempt was mide to recall the
Salary bill, going over It again so that
no mistakes would creep into the bill.
The bill was found to still bo In Pren
dergast's possession. No action was
' "The House,adJotirned at 12:20 o'clock.
ALL WAY FROM LILIHA '
,0UT TO PUNAHOU STREET
'Are ;Being Made at Rate of Five or
jf' Six a Day-Work on Out
fall Was Stopped
In two or three months' time now,
tho filth that has been flowing Into the
hundreds of cesspools In and about the
city will be flowing In one common
channel tho sewer out Into tho ocean.
This will bo good news to Honolulu
However, there seems to be a doubt
as to whether the sewers can really bo'
used nt the end of tho 'time mentioned
even though the connectlonsnre made,
fur on Saturday last, tho work on
tho outfall was stopped on account of
the lack of money In the Treasury of
the Territory. Work has gone on to n
depth of forty feet and the original
contract calls for n depth of n hundred
It will ho remembered that connec
tions with tho sewer were made as far
back as December last but these were
only in special cases whero It wn
found that connections were absolute
ly necessary to the various building
and places, concerned. ,
The connections being made now
aro general and extend all tho way
from Llllba street to Punahou, the
principal district being makai of Bore
tanla along the line mentioned. A
great many connections arc being made
along on Alapai street.
The Public Works Department Is
turning out on an nverago of live or I
six permits -every day nnd tho couneo- I
tlons are of a corresponding number. '
When seen about tho work this morn-1
lng. Superintendent of Public Works i
Boyd bald" "We aro pushing tho work
along at as rapid a rate as Is possible
Just now and wo expect to completo all
connections in two or thrco months'
Just when work on the second con-
tract or Vincent c(iieiser lor me laying
nt tho sener In the .Kapolama and
Ka'lhl districts will be taken up again
ii not known. The (whole trouble Is of
course with the lack of funds In tho
Treasury. The I only way out of tho
whole thing Is a special session for tho
passage of a loan bill and that is Just
what the Independents aro fighting for
They killed Cecil Drown's bill because-
they did not want Congress to
deal with the money matters of the
Territory for In tho event of such a
titate of affairs, thero would be no ccr
tnthtly as to whether or no Hawaii
would get the money desired. They
believe that action by the Territorial
legislature la tho only way to get
money by means of a loan bill. It may
be said that at least one of the Repub
licans Senators Is of the same mind.
Miss Grlawold's Concept,
A treat to music lovers is offered
ln the concert to be given nt the Opera
House (his evening. This Is tho Inst:
opportunity that tho public will havo to
near miss urlswoias cnarming vojco
as sho leaves very shortly for Paris to
there continue her vocal studies.
For groceries ring up Blue Oil.
FulUr'a Clever Worlct,!
The hauling ot the big American
ship W, H. Smith from Navy slip to
tho stream was a clever piece of work.
Captain' Andrew Fuller did the work
himself. The Smith lay In the slip
back ot the schooner William, Bowden.
To get to the row tho ship had to be
hauled between the Bowden on one side
of the ship and the Balclutha on the
other. Thero was Just room for her to
squeeze through and she did it with
out touching either of the other cy
Yesterday was tho, thirty-third work
ing day for tho Senate nnd the thirty
seventh day of the session. If the work
nn the Aproprlatlon bill holds out to
the end, tho Legislature must cense on
Monday, July 22d. There la talk now
that tho work will bo completed In a
very short time.
Pang Hoy, a Chinese, was discharged
from bankruptcy today Ir tho Federal
Court. It Is probablo that all credi
tors who filed their claims will bo paid
In full. It appears that a number of
creditors who hud accounts failed to
Holds That Edmunds
Act Must Be'
REVERSES AnY. GEN.
AND GOVERNOR DOLE
, . TT' "'
While He Holds the Office He Will
Govern According to His Own
Conscience and Judge
ment. Acting Governor Cooper outlined In
an Interview with a Bulletin reporter
this morning, his new interpretation of
the Act to Mitigate. He said that when
he became tho lcsponslblc executive,
he at once felt the weight of personal
responsibility upon'many things among
which was the institution Known as
Iwllcl. He said, he ashed himself the
question: "Are we rlglu.In, jiur ojltlon
tlon In this matter,?;1 lam 'at once set
about to answer the question upon his
own conscience anu judgment, i.
"As a rult of my Investigation of
the law on the subject," said the Act-l 1,neM nlac0" on ,no "nn"- ui t('8
log Governor. "I believe that the Prd-1 tlmo" ,v8 n'l against Cunningham
rrnl InwR with referene to fnrntrntlnn I n111' e traced In minutest detnll, the
and adultery should be enforced In this
Territory, notwithstanding local 8ta-
tutes. This means the enforcement1 of
the Edmunds law, which was enacted
primarily witn mo purpose ot meeting-'" " """ """ '"""". i
conditions In Utah. Artor ,ne ml'ior cases had been dls-
"Tho Act to Mitigate." he continued, I I'ofe'1 ,)f' ,,ln conspiracy enfe was Again
"was in ti sense, u modification of our ,aken un- keeper contradicted himself
own laws agnlnst these offenses. The! a ,,lt ln ,h(' '""tter of time and a few
Interpretation of tho Act has been, thatot,,t'r details but he coolly remarked
a compliance therewith by a woman )wncn os11 to explain, that he must
together with a compliance with tho llnvc R"1 nxlxvH n llttls.
regulations of tbo Police Department as I Leeper was taken off the stnnd In i
to location, that she would be un- 1r,ler ,0 nllm'' Jockey Thomas, to tcs-,
molested by prosecutions." '"' before taking the Klnnu for Hllo.
"But now this rule will be changed. , A',er Tnonlnil "art finished, Keeper was
The Act to Mitigate will not render,
safe from prosecution, those.who com-,
ply with It. My Interpretation Is that
the Edmunds law Is paramount and
must be carried out as far as condition
will allow. While wo do not expect
to wipe out the social evil, the Attor-
nev Oenornl has been Instructed to
prosecute nil offenders against the'
Federal laws against adultery and for-1
"Tho Act to Mitigate now becomes a
dead letter, that Is to say. It will bo no
protection against prosecutions. It
lint lmon iAnrrl,l,t..n l.v th.i EillillimlR i
When asked, If the Injunction grant -
ed by Judge Gear would nffeet the new
program of tho Executive, the Acting
Governor replied: "Not In the least
Should the Injunction be made perma
nent, It does not settle the principle In-
vflh'nd It lYiDrnlv itnna nu-nv with tlin
evil In one spot. The Injunction would
not operate In any other locality. Tho
enforcement of tho Edmunds law ap
plies to every part of the Territory of
Haynll, The view I hold, Is endorsed
by the Attorney General and will tie
carried out as long as I am In the posi
tion I now occupy,
"I will add one more word, and that
Is, that I havo taken these steps on my
own responsibility anil have done so
because I felt myself lesponslhlp. 1 1
have received nonstructlon from any!
wnsningion omciBis or renerni nmnor-
It- In these Islands.'
THE FLYING J0R0AN8.
Tho entire force of the company Is
busy today remedying the defects dis
covered last night nnd a strong effort
will be made to dispel the unfortunata
Impression made on their first appear
ance. The canvas lining i, , of Seabury's
plunge Is being oiled nnd painted, Cn
veil has placed an extra thick glass In
thu front of his tank, the picture mn.
chlno man Is trying to overcome, last
nights dimcuUlea and arrangements
for properly lighting the tent aro be
lng made. Different arrangements for
seating the audience will bo made so
that 't.hore.wllI be: no hitch In that dlrec)
Jordan himself Is much wrought iid
over the unfortunate mishaps attend
ing the Initial performance of his
Oriental tour but falls back upon tho
excellent showing he has heretofore
made In this and other cities .to con
vince the good folks of Honolulu that
It Is his Intention to give (hem their
UP ON PACIFIC HEIGHTS
Caia started running this morning on
tho Pacific Heights electrlq jallwny ex.
tension that runs from the upper ter-'
minus of tho Nuuanu avenue branch of
tho Tramways Company lino, to tho
power house of the Pacific Heights
road. The extension Is really one of
the most beautiful spots on tho ride to
ward tho Heights. It passes over a
mountnln stream and discloses wild
scenery that Is not found In many
places as cl080 to tho city.
Although Mr. DoBky line rcctlved n
great many checks ln bis attempt to
get this extension through so as to
make It easy for, people to get up on
tho Heights, he has at last succeeded
In his efforts and tho result Is most
satisfactory. People taking the Ntiu
anu avenuo cars step Immediately
aboard the electric cars at tho terml.
nus and are at once whirled away up
the slope. The heat and dust of tho
city disappears at once, a beautiful
panorama stretches out as far as the
eye can see and within liftcen minutes
from town, one Is on the higher levels
of Pacific Heights In an atmosphere
that, Instils new life Into the tired body,
, Special preparations are being mndo
for tho Fourth of July, The manage
ment of the Japanese tea gardens will
erect a pavilion tor people who wish to
go up on that day and spend their holi
day In a cool place. In the evening,
there will be a grand display of fire
workssomething new and delightful.
Mr. Desky hag another scheme In
vtow, tho announcement of which will
j)e most welcome to tho hundreds who
have formed the habit of riding up' on
Pacific Heights on account of tho good
It docs them physically and mentally.
A winding path Into the woods Is to
bo built and it Is probable that, by the
Fourth of July, enough of this will be
completed to permit of a very pleas
Weller Case Still
On In Police Court
The Weller conspiracy case came up
In the Police Court yesterday after
noon with Attorneys Stanley nnd An
drews for the defense nnd Attorney
Kinney for the prosecution. Leenor.
l,he ,rnl'u,r '""l Jockey was the first
conversation nt Ihe Fnvorlto saloon at
"'"l"J"" " " m-Keii wie JDd wns
j D,,t " '.'"per was kept on the stnnd
: ". n'ternuon d at 1:30. tho Couit
I nillniipfiail i.nfll .1.1.. r.,..An..
xaKPn on ''" "'""d and Wm. Unas
ult ?" "c l0 w.is bound for Hllo.
Thc, lust witness of the forenoon was
Prince t)ald and he Is still on this af
ternoon. The Prince told a straight- i
forward story, the principal part ofi
...l,t..t. t.1- .. ... !
mt ii nn mo conversation wun unn-
"Ingham nt tho track.
Tllp Prince said he wns stnndlng near
the trnck talkiug to McAullffe when
Cunningham approached. The latter
M that" he had heard rumors that
'le"nl erc accusing him of dirty work
'" connection with the Wellei race.
He then turned to McAtlHffC mill link-.
'nR l'l If he had ever offeied him any '
1 money to pull Weller, The answer was
' ln tho ncgatUe. I
"l " ini, i.eeper appeareo near-
uf mm iiinningnam said no would no
something to "that ,"
11 he dared squeal on him.
The Case will probably tnke nil after-
noon n' the better pari of tomorrow, j
Thos. F. Sedgewlck nnd Miss aruco
Dnnow were married last evening at
tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Ather-
ton on King streetl The ceremony was
I nerformeil in th ni-exim,.,. nr fnrtv in.
vlted guests by Rev. Wm. M.. Klncnld,
assisted by Rev. Silas Perry. The
rooms were prettily decorated with
whlto lilies and green foliage. Mr.
,nnd Mrs. Sedgwick will leave In the
Slerrn for a short visit to tho Coast.!
The bride has been n teacher In tho la
n' seminary nt Kobalu for tho past'
year. On their return, Mr. Sedgewlck I
will take up tin- duties of Assistant to I
Jsred Smith nt .he Hawaii Experiment'
Bleu Looks Spry.
The old tug Eleu has apparently tak
en on a new lease' of life-find Is begin
ning to look like a tow boat again,
By dint of hard work Captain McAllls-
I !r,n1n, J'tt,e naD Vahy havc 8t "
looking like n new boat. The addi
tion of a coat of paint to her hull will
finish her new dress. With Falvey on
deck the Eleu will be' one of the best
HW "POTO1, 'PiPOft-y ' '
Thero Is a bale of Luzon hay aboard
the schooner Wm. Bowden which was
sent here as a sample. Tho hay Is not
on the manifest and so has not been
landed. It Is worth nbout two dollnra
and has caused the Customs officers
and Captain FJerem about twenty dol
lars worth of worry and bother.
Acting Governor Cooper today par
doned two Japanese named Klmura nnd
Takue who were unjustly convicted
last year for alleged crime at the Konu
Sugar Company. This Js a victory for
tho Protective League. Two more will
oe pardoned noxt week,
M. P. D.
BLUE - 021
Half Acre To Be Sel
Apart For This
GREAT ACTIVITY NOW ON
Alfalfa, Oats and Red Clover From
Olaa Department Would Have
People Save Pear
Since Wray Talor returned from
the Mainland, theie has been great ac
tivity In the Depaitment ot Agricul
ture nnd Forcstiy. The principal thing
on Just now Is the preparation that Is
being made for the planting of garden
truck In Niiunmi allcy. Air. Taylor
will go mi t.o tho government reHeru
tlou In Niiunmi nt the end of tho week
nnd will pick out n halt aero of llio best
laud for experimental purposes along
fhe ljne l mentioned. Among other
things, un attempt will- bo mndo to
raise peas, ft thing thut has never
been dona hero with any degtve of
success except nt Wnhlawu.
The Department of Agriculture and
Forestry makes the request to tho pub
lic to save seeds of nlllgator pears and
send them to the oillce in the Capitol
building. By doing this, the work will
bo greatly facilitated nnd the distribu
tion of plants will Increase In propor
tion. People In general nro rather care
liss nbout seeds of tin nvocudo pear.
Their cooks cut up the fruit nnd throw
the Bccds In the gurbugo barrel. By the
exeiclse ot a little care ou the part of
the people concerned, tho public will
leap n great benefit.
By the last steamer lrom Hllo, the
department received samples of alfalfa,
oats and red clover, grown by Squatter
Ryan at Mountain View, Olaa. These
specimens demonstrate what enn bo
ilono In the Islands by means- of the
exercise of a little attention. Tho al
falfa Is fully as tall as that grown in
California nnd the oatu la as good as
any seen on nn Ohio or Indiana farm.
The red clover which, by the way, Is
most excellent fodder, Is wry fine.
Tho department Is Jylt'tlow giving
Its attention to tho Indhicnotm trees of
the Islands. The fnct'tijat they aio
disappearing l- nienna ol the onslaught
of the men who clear the land for the
planting of sugar enne and tho ravages
of live stock Is too well known to bo
repeated. Tho department Is sending
everywhere Into tho widest pnrts of the
mountains of all the Islands to secure
seed for planting purposes In every fa
vornblo locnllty. This worfi has been
going on for a long time pust.bui now,
It Is being pushed with more vigor than
ever before. It Is not picposed to allow
tho native trees to dlo out.
When Mr. Taylor returned from the
C'onst.he brought with him a package
each ot the "ponderosa" nnd "muuli
less" tomatocH, the very finest thnjl
have ever been mtBed In the United
States. He has distributed what ho has
but will send for more In tho near fu
ture. Tho "Matchless" has already
been raised with success at Kalmuki.
DRAYS CAN7BE STOPPED
High Sheriff Brown when Interview-
ed by n Bulletin reporter relative to
keeping tho drujs off Fort street, said:
"I noticed the nrtlclo to which you
refer In last Saturday's Bulletin, nnd
wish to say that I am heartily In favor
of the proposition. Tho only law by
which we could keep the drays off Fort
street Js the law regulating licensed
vehicles, which snvs that these must
obey tho dictation of the police. Now,
If I had a policeman on every corner,
I might be a'blo to lay down such a
restriction but, with tho small force
at my disposal at present, I would be
unable to do anything of the kind. 1
am very sorry, but I am afraid nothing
can be dona in regard to the matter,'
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Ii cm MED
While tho Injunction closing Iwitcl
Issued by Judge Gear yesterday after
noon, was in the hands of a police offi
cer to servo on the management ot tho
corral, the Acting Governor was con
ferring with hi) "cabinet" andi minis
ters of tho city upon tho samo subject
In tho cxecutlvo chamber. The people
who had been Invited to Cooper's after
noon tcu were: Rev. W, SI. KlncalJ,
Rov. W. K. Axblll, Rov. W. I), Wester
velt, Ilov, A, .K. Cory, Attorney Gen
eral E. P. Dole, J, H, Boyd, High Slmr
Iff Brown, Wray Taylor, Dr. C. U.
Cooper, Dr. R. P. Meis and Jullnn
Slonsnrral' At this meeting It tame
out that the ministers were prepared to
meet overy phaso of the emergency
caused by the success ol the legal at
tack on Iwllcl by Attornej Thovas
Fitch, whom they had emplo)ed.
Rev. Mr. Westervelt called attention
to the fact that the Rescue Home, start
ed by the SalvattonArmy and the home
for tho frlendtess, about 'to be estab
lished would operate In aid of the wo
men who might now be cast off by their
masters. Ho snld the Christian com
munity Is ready to take care of the
Japanese women who may be abandon
ed In the streets ns a result of the
breaking up of the den.
Articles of Incorporation for the
Metropolitan Company, Limited, have
been filed with tho Treasurer. The In
corporators arc: Walter A. Wright. SI.
0. I. Blackstcad. J. W. Asch. C. Even
sen nnd A. Evcnscn of Walmea, Kauai.
The principal place ot business will be
nt Walmea. The business Is to be a
wholesale and retail mercantile store.
The capital stock Is 15000 with privi
lege reserved to rnlse It to $23,000.
tUy Wireless Telegraph.)
I.ihalnn, June 25. The nlnrm of fire
raised last night nbout half past ten
called out the people of Lahalna who
were treated to n lively conflagration
on the beach.
Four houses located on tho beach op
posite Dr. Davison's were burned to the
ground. These were, occupied by Chi
nese nnd burned "so quickly thnt the
Inmates had to do quick work In ri
muvlng their goods and chattels. The
buildings were owned by Y. F. Lee. Ah
Mee nnd Wnlwalole and aro believed to
be fully Insured. The cause of tho tire
Is not known.
GOLDbN GATE'S PAHT TRIP.
The schooner Golden Oato arrived
hero last night from I'autiuk.U'al In the
fastest tlmo ever made by a schooner. .
The vessel mado tho run ln 614 hours.
lrom Knhulut to Kaunuk-skal tho run'
was made In threw hours nnd ten min
utes. This 'Jhnk'ea tho 'actual sailing
tltfo from Knhulut to Honolulu by way
of Molokal 8 hours nnd 40 minutes. Tlu
distance Is about "J2 miles so the ves
sel sailed a little slower than 11 miles
an hour. She brought n cargo of fire
wood, mils and 12 head of cattle on
ART TEACHUR RESIGNS.
Helen Vecder Johnson, teacher ot
art In Punahou collego has reslgncif'
and will soon go to Chicago, III. .Miss
Johnson has mado an enviable reputa
tion In this city nnd as lecturer as well
ns teacher of nrt has left an rSprcss
that will not be forgotten. SIlss John
son's talks on art before tho members
of the Y. SI. C. A. havo been of great
Interest and value.
JUDGE GEAR'S COURT.
In Judge Gear's, court this morning
the case ot Strauch vs. Brown occupied
a good portion of the tlmo and Is not
yet terminated. The matter of the Car
ter minors was also considered.
Petition for discharge of Agues H. II.
Judd, executrix under the last will and
testament ot Albert Francis Judd, has
When the arguments In the Su
premo Court In the caso of Knlllkea
vs. John Hapa. were concluded, the
case of tho Wnlluku Sugar Co. vs. Claus
Spreckels ot al was taken up. Kinney,
Ballon & SIcClannhan represented the
plaintiff; A. S. Hattwell the defendant.
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
the Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Slain 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
and how to keep
them ho i i i i
Thl In auaurcd
by vvcnrlnd our