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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. JULY 20 1001
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i Vol. XI. No. 1002.
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SENATE CONCURRED IN
ALL HOUSE AMENDMENTS
To Unpaid Bills Act and Sent Word
to House and Acting Gov
ernor of IU Rtadine33
It was not until 10:15 o'clock this
fun noun tliat the Scnato was finally
called to order. Just riovlous to that
time, the sergehnt-at-aruis appcared'on
the scene (hiring thre or four sena
tor befoie him, thus supplying the ne
ccssaiy number to constitute a quo
rum. Beore Mr. Kalauokalanl had
finished the opening prayer, which duty
was delegated to hltn on nciount of the
absence of the chaplain, all the mem
bers of the Senate with the exception
of the four who have, gono to their
homes on the other Islands, wtreprcs-
The clerk read n communication
fiom the Houbo of Representatives,
odvlslng the Senate of the amendments
made by the lower branch of the Lcguv
lattue. At the end of the communica
tion Was the following from the clerk
of the House: "By direction of the
House of Hepresentntlves, I have the
honor to Inform your honorable body
that 'this House la ready to adjourn
Thcie was a moment of sllence'after
the leading of the communication and
then Senator Carter arose to speak
ulmitt the Item of f 192S.3S for refunding
the Hawaiian Fertilizer Co. for a mer
chandise license wrongfully usscsscd.
He said that the Senate had passed the
Item unanimously and that the House,
for Mome reason he knew nothing of.
had knooked It out. Ho had heard
hints of personal nnlmoslty but he did
not believe what had been. said. What
he did believe was that the House had
been misinformed as to the justice' of
the claim. To refuse to pay the claim
would certainly be a direct act of re
pudiation on the part of the govern
ment which would force the Hawaiian
lVitlllzer Co, to bring suit for the re-
oveiy of the amount, a thing which
the company would lie very sony to do
and which would certainly have a bad
clfcct when It was u question of the
ciedlt of the government.
Mr. Athl objected to cinciiricnce In
the amendments of the House on an
other score the additional Item of
l(M, to n.cet the further expenditures
of the Legislature. He-said that the
House had made nil kinds of objections
to."thc raising from $13,00. to ."0,(40
of the last legislative expense bill by
the Senate, saying that It was u
scheme to furnish politic al. capital
against the Independents. The Senata
had been found coned In Its estimates
iiiul. had the Mil gone through at $20.
000 Instead of $17,000 there would have
been no necessity for another nppro
pilatlon. He would certainly object to
iny such Item.
Messrs, C. Drown and Haldwln were
both for concurring In the amendments
of the House, although they believed
the House to be vviong In lef using to
Incmporate the Item of the, Hawaiian
I'ertllizer Co. However, the session
had been long enough and there was
danger of no quorum should there be
fin tlicr prolongation; theicfoie, action
should not be delayed.
This was put In the fovn of a mo
tion, and, on being put to vote, Mcssts.
Ac 111 and Crabbe voted "kanalua,"
nnd Jlr. Carter voted lio. 1'lnally the
two "kannluas" were changed to ayes
and the vote for concmrence In the
House amendments stood 10 to ,
the following committee was ap
pointed by the Chair to Inform th
1 louse of i(.epiesentatlves and the Art
. lng Governor of the lcndlnoss of the
Senate to adjourn sine die: Senators
Aihl and Kalauokalanl.
The following lesolutlon by Mr.
Ciabbo was adopted:
"Kcsolved, Tht the Secretary of tho
Senate be am be hereby Is authoilnd
nnd diic-cted to take charge and havet
uistodj of all tho fuinltme and cffectM
of the Senate, upon tys adjournment
bine die and to piovldc lor Its saf
icjrov.il a"d etoinge, and caute the
HARD TIMES ARE THE
BEST TEST OF A NEW
suburb : : : : :
T.ie fact that THREE.. RESI
DCNCCS are NOW IN COUR8E OF
EP.CCTIN, bids for another about to
be opened and plars for several more
In the hands of local architects, and all
for BONA FIDE PURCHASERS,
shows the vitality of the movement to.
wards College Hills.
The approaching operation of the
car line and water plant makes Im
mediate occupation possible.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
usicjumw i.. cu'iaw. in:
APPEAL TO TREASURER
4- Treasurer Wright has received
the following communication
from tho copyists who work In
the oiTlcc qf the Hcglster of Pub-
f lie t'onveynnces:
Honolulu, II. T,. July 29, 1801.
f W. H. Wright. Esq., Treasurer
x Terrltoryxof Hawaii.
Sir: We the undersigned copy-
f Ists of the Register of Public
Conveyances respectfully make
the following statements and re-
V That, whereas we as copyists
4i received pay per month as fol-
ltAts: ITS; r,o; $40; 910; $40; $30,
And, wheicas tho appropriation
for the last biennial period pro-
vlded for Ave copyists as follows;
One each at $75 and $65, two at t
$50 and one at $40 per month,
4- which provision of the legislature. 4
was not carried out as It will lie 4T-,
4 seen by refcienco to the above,
f And. whereas provision was
also made for additional' Clerical
work, which appropriation was -f
4 also made.
4- And, whereas the first I.eglsla- 4
4 turo of the Territory of Hi nil 4-
passed an appropriation providing 4
4 for five copyists, one nt $75, two 4
hat $65 and two nt $50, 4
4 And, whereas, apprehending n 4
4- repetition of the cutting off of 4
4- part of pa; ns above stated, 4-
4- We respectfully request jou to 4
4- withhold your approval In case
4 such cutting will be repented tand-4
4 to respectfully request the Uegls-
4 trar of Conveyances to make out 4
4- the pay roll In full as appropriate
4 rd by the Legislature and approve 4
4- the. samo when complied with. . 4
4- Respectfully submitted, 4
same to be delivered to the Senate at
its next session."
At 11; 15 o'clock the Senate took u
recess until 2:30 o'clock, at which time
the Legislature will adjourn s'ne die.
For groceries ring up Dlue 911.
After the disposal of the Captain
Tapley case In the Federal Court this
morning. Judge Kstec took up the caso
agnlnst Yung Ah Ho, nnother candi
date for deportation to China. Die
examination of witnesses was not com
pleted at noon nnd the case goes on at
2 o'clock p. m. T. McCants Stewart
EXCLUSION ACT EFFFCT
SHOWN BY THE CENSUS
Japanese. However Show Marked In
crease in Western States
as Well as These
Washington, July IS. A preliminary
'statement of tho Chinese population.
1 del ivcd'from the letunm of tho twelfth
I census, was Issued today by Director
' Mcrrlam. It shows that there aie np
I proximately S9.S0O Chinese lu the
j United States proper, lis agalnul 107,-
475 In 1880. About G7.700 or 75 per cent
are contained in the Westein division
of the States and Territories, us against
06,814, or 90 per cent In 1S90. Theirt i
wcr 72,172 Chinese tn California alone
In 1S90, but this number has mii '
dticed to 45.7S3.
There has been n lo3s since ISM of
about 29,100 ChJncso In thj Western
dlv lsion of State's and Th i iMirlcs, an I
a net loss for the United Sulci piopcr
of over 17,500. The States an J Teirt-
toiles outside of the We item divining
Bhow as n whole u gain sliKa lS'JU o!
about 11,500 Chinese.
llcsldes the Chinese inpiil.ulou In the I
United States piopcr. the twelfth 0P. .
sus shows 3110 Chlncso m Al.iska '
1900.asngalnst228SMiingollaii.il li.. f-1
1t OlilADn nt rl.n neiiaii. nf 1 Cltl yiA
1 25,707 Chinese In Hawuil In li'i'l 3-
agJinst 10.212 lu 1890.
There has been a leni.i.-kuluo in;
i crease In the number of Japauehci in
the United State since 159), il.e jnr
Hlmlnniy flguies of tho piooeut c ennui
showing a total for thu United ritut'H
proper of about 21,300, ns ngalint 20JD
In 1890. Th'o Japancso element is icin
centrated In the western (iivlslon cf
States and Territories, (his dlviiion
containing 23.3C0 Jopanes- In li'W ail
against 1559 lu 1890.
There is a very large Jnptneic popu
lation In tho Hawaiian IslnndJ, thn
number, In 1900 being 01.111. as agr.lr.it
13.120 In 1690. There wcr 205 Japan-juvoa
cse reported In AlaBka i't 19G0, ra
against peihnps a score or 11101 5 only
SALVATION ARMY CHANGE.
Walluku, Jury 27, Capt, nramberry
of tho Walluku Salvation Army left
for Honolulu last night. He will hem
after be stationed at Hilo, and a now
officer, probably Cnpt. Lewis of Llhim.
Kauai, will succeed Capt. DiMluheiiv
Fino Job Printing at tlio Bul
. jiuagiru' , "jfc".1- ''T'l''''v'''l"!'J"'''''"
COAST BALL TEAM
WISHES TO COME
Uy the Zealandla from the Coast. Wm. II. Marshall, editor of
the Sunday Volcano, received the following letter from the manager
of the Sacramento baseball team, the champions of the State which
I would like to take tho Sacramento baseball team to Honolulu
for a series of games, after our season closes here, December 1, If
arrangements could be made,
If they have a lull team there, I wish you would asnd me the
address of the manager and axk h'm to write me In regard to the pos
sibilities. Yours very truly
a. ii. nni.iin,
' Manager Sacrcnunto Baseball Club.
Now then comes the great quxtlon of whether or no It will be
possible to get thtf Sarrcmont' toain here for a fmtnlgiit or sn. At
drat thought. It would seem that the insurmountable oliFtacIo of
lack of enclosed grounds would put a quietus on the whole proposi
tion and yet, on having a talk with some of the leadlni; basebult
enthusiasts this forenoon, a Bulletin reporter found that it Is main
tained a baseball tram could he hicught to Honolulu without very
much of an effort. One of the base balllsts spukru to li.'d the follow,
lng to say:
"If there Is conccrtrd effort we, enn bring the em rn,pnto team
to Honolulu and give the spurt loilnw people cf this cliv n chnncc
to witness baseball games the like of which li.is never been seen
'To bring n teim here from the Coast will require ( guarantee
of from $200 to J.'.OOO and I do not sec why thlr amount cannot he
rnlsed among tho business houses and private Individuals. Take the
Fraternal Order of Elks v. 1th Its M members. I know that each
member would put up $" uplreo without saying u word and I know
that there would be liumv ho would subscilbe more than that.
"I would be In favoi of paying for the round trip of, rny, twelve
men. Including the mnn.igcr, and then assuring the -team so much
money. The members could shift for themselves here and. If I know
anything about tha disposition of the Honolulu bo), they will not
have to pay out very much money."
Another prominent lacr ald this: "I mil sure we tan work
this thing. It Is just what we want In Honolulu to InfiiB. new life
Into baseball. An excellent twin could bo formed here from the
tenms in the present league. If the Sac remnto team comes hen
In Qeccmber we could be ready for then. A si'rlcs of gnme.t with
the'prnfesslonals would be In the line of an education to the base
ball plajers of Honolulu. We never have a chance tu see the games
over there and know nothing about the new tricks of the diamond.
I think the baseUnlijeagiie should meet nt once and outline a plan
of nctlon to be followed out as soon ns practicable."
The following trr.m, made up of veteran plners chiuen from Jhe
ranks' of the baseballlsts oftbo city. Is suggested as u fitting ag
gregation to glvo the Sacremento players n run for their money In
case they come to Honolulu: Gorman, cntchct, Joy nnd Kaal, pitch
ers; Mahuka, drst base; Moore, second base; Klston. third base; I'.
Mshmnn, short stop; J. Thompson, right Held: Knnnol, left Held;
Ktley, center ncld. rryec. II. wilder and a number -or otheis are
O also possible players.
SAN RAFAEL RECORDER
HAD NO LEGAL RIGHT
Supt. Boyd Called On to 'Make Up
Deficiency of California Official
Charles Schorllkohp and wlf? of San
Francisco who came lo ilo.iolulu u
short time ago on business ii'ul ;jk.V
urc awoke to tho iinpliiuaiit w.ility
this morning that the) wtire not lgit
The Information came to them
through n stoiy publULcd In tuc Sin
Fiauclsco Call of the 'JOth that tlility
mairlagc ceitmonles peifoimed by the!
city recorder oi snn lUfnel arc iiicvst.1.
Charles Schorllkohp and Adrl.ildd
Gibourct both of San Francisco wrro
married In San Itafael June J, 1901,
the cny lecouler peiformlng tho cere
m"n- "'" h"0 lived happily er
since until today when they dlscnveird
that they had been the victims of
sou of bunco game by reason of nn
assumption cf authority by a city olll-
clul. The law uf California allow i
niniilagct, to bo solemnized by either a
Justice of tho Supreme Court, Judge of
Superior Court, Justice of thu pence,
police Judge pi lest or minister of the
W" any ucuuminaiiou. ,ne cny
recorder of San Hafael comes undor
Ul lie"(' ,0,f nono of lhw nltlunish
th-t official hns been doing matilmonlal
liuslntM foi two jcars and a half with
,ru,e, "tiar.cltlou pcilod" assurance.
H'liolnia, Ii.a lin.nlt.iilni. ..ll..u
iiliniiiil lllv intiiij-uiiiv Ullll-l
rcuplcs may do Mr, and ,Mrs. Sclioill
Uohp do not intend thr.t their happi
ness khall be long disturbed by any
shortcomings of San Hafael olllcliils
Early this forenoon the husband ap
pealed at th eenpltol building to obtain
another marriage licence, from Supt
Mr. Doyd is a busy man these
das and up to tho noon hour hud been
bo busy with other matters thnt Mr.
Schorllkohp was unable, tu find him. It
Is anticipated, however, that the li
cense will bo promptly granted when
the Schorllkohps can laugh at the II
legalities of San Hafael and
I101"" ,.,,", "ly "" ,u 00 oapl"
"' l"u" "UU1B-
Take, a ride on the electric can up
Pacific Heights. Faro 5 centi.
MOST PfcOPLE PATRONI7E THE
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DON'T yon?
Call up BLUB 021 when you vv'h
to send anything down town, nnd re
quest y,our dealer to send yoir good-,
home by the ... . W, P P. Co.
Prompt delivery am! ... .
careful attention assured.
AnORNEYS ARGUE MOTION
BEFORE JUDGE GEAR
Numerous Papers Placed on File in
Various Cases Pending in
'The Kaplolanl Hstatn vs. Knnenhe
Ranch Company held the attention of
the Circuit Court this morning minus
the Jury. The motion of defendants
counsel to direct n verdict Inttl.elr fa
vor was argued all forenoon before
H. I'ocke and Cecil Drown, trustees
lu the estate of James (lay, have filed
their annual account slum lng receipts
of f I9.11S.3U and expenditures uf JHb,
I'luul account has been., filed by
Cecil Drown ns administrator of the
estate of William II. Cummins. Tho
; amount lu the hands of the admlnls-
trator Is J3.90I.U8. Petition for inl
lonance and d charge uccomj allies, tho
In the matter of the estate of J, C.
rtleidon, the report of V. J. Ittisscll,
master of Hie accounts of l-any H.
Dee. administrator was continued by
Ji.cIkc Uenr'thls morning nnd tho ac
counts approved. The dlschnrge of tho
administrator was defence until after
proof of hells lus been made
In the suit of II. P. Dillingham vs.
the W.ihinwn Sugar Company, Klncy,
Dallou & Mcfntialian for defendant,
have filed notice of motion to set cause
foi 11 n vaily trial. An uilldiivlt of Al
bert 12. Nichols, president of the com
pany Is Died lu which It Is aliened Hint
piocr.istluation In the tii.il of the suit
pievents the defendant from enjojlnp
beneficial use of their lands.
I.lo A. Dickey has filed nn answer
for Mary K. Kahalepuna to the petition
of Haunea that nn admliiistrLtor of the
cstato cf Halal Knlu be upKjlntcd. The
answer Joins in asking for nn admin
istrator but protests ngalcst the ap
pointment of Haunea.
Mllla Kaawa haR filed a motion by
her attorneys, asking to bo appointed
trustee for her two minor children for
the purpose of withdraw lng money on
deposit in the Dank of Hawaii.
Ceo. A. Davis has Hied a bill of costs
amounting to 85.50 for tho llbellant
In the eve of I.lbana Nobrega vs. SyJ
Complaint ha been filed ) l.llluoka.
Innl nralnst Emma M, acl M. K. Nn-
kulnn nsklns for Judgment of f600 for
unpaid rent. .
M. C A. Men In C.nmp.
Thu attendance at tho Y. M. C. A.
ramp In Kaplolanl Park tho noxt few
nights will dctermlno how long tho
'camping out of the young men Is to
' continue. Moonlight swims at J. II.
Cistlo's home are proving very at-
COLLEGE WALK RESIDENTS
MAKE GOVERNMENT OFFER
Permission Given Hilo and Kohala
Railroad to Construct Branch to
Sugar Mill Liquor
tn the executive Council this morn
ing n proposition from the residents on
College walk was lead by which the
seek to bccure a sewer. They offer to
cav the expense of constructing the
ewer If the government will furnish
the pipe add and the man holes. Tlicy
agire to waive all claims for com
pensation as well as to pay the regu
lar rates fur connection. The propos
ed fewer Is wanted from Vine) arc! tu
On the i ('commendation of Marston
rnnipbeil, endorsed by Superintendent
"f Public Works J, H, Hod. permls
loil wns granted to the llllo Koh.ill
railroad to construct a brunch from tlm
Harbor division tu the Hawaii sugar
mill. The new load will be about one
mile In length.
Attorney U( ner.il Dole reportel on
tlio application of T. Tadenl to estab
lish a Kike distillery In Manoa vnlloy.
He sild that since Hawaiian dltlllei
laws have been practically repealed,
c thought It would be best not to
grant the desired permission.
Mr. Dole also rad n bid he had re
ceived for Installing police call boxes.
This was referred to the Superinten
dent of Public Works.
if n (.... i... ... . .......... I . i . t .1
O. II. Schraeder was granted a ho'.W
liquor license at Walluhii Maul.
An application of An Kou Chuck ol
Kupaa, for a liquor license wns tiirm-i
down. He was Informed that he might
luve a license for light wine and beer
MACK DON'T WRITE,
Acting (lovernor Cooper reports that
the '.eulnndla mall brought no letterjed. These bills wero not engrossed by
the proposed bond Issue under
laws of the ttepubllc of Hawaii,
Finj Job Printing st the Bui
is sun mi
ISLAND BOY SAID TO
BE A BOLD ROBBER
Thought to be Dead Long Ago
Native From Lahaina Met Him
While Returning From
Walluku. July 27. Solomon Miner,
a half caste Hawaiian, a former resi
dent of Makawao, and a joungcr
brother of (!eo. Miner of M iknvvno, Is
rejiorted In be still alive at Seattle. Ho
left here over twenty vears ago and
has been given up as dead. Solomon
la s.ild to be the head of n gang of
nliout foity bandits. A native who re
cently returned to I-ahalna from the
Klondike met Solomon nt Seattle and
tho latter made many offers to him to
Join Ills band of ,ulghwny robbers, but
tho native piefcrrcd work on the Pio
neer Mill plantation rather thau life
In tho mountain fastnestes preying on
the honest labor of othct
Solomon was nn old Jail biul from
Unkawao nnd long residence abroad
has Increased his natural tendencies
for robbing people Ho Is said tu bo
very wealthy now but that does not
deter him fiom making iuither li
beries. The Dullotln, 75 cents per month.
THREE NEW SPECIALS
FOR SATURDAY, JULY 27
Ladles' Patent Leather Tiles $6.00, cut to $2.50
Ladles' Tan Southern Ties 6.00, cut to 2.50
Ladles' Dronze Ties 6.50, cut to 2.50
100 pairs of Misses' Oxblood and Black Slip
pers 3.00, cut to 1.00
Sale positively close S iturJay night and these
prices are only for the one day, so do not delay
In gettliu the g'eatest bargains ever offered In,
Honolulu. : ::::::::::::
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
I0S7 Fort Street.
MUMS WHJMI l-l
SEVERAL MISTAKES FOUND
IN APPROPRIATION BILLS
Governor to be Informed Another
Day's Session May be Ncces
' sary Action of Lower
The House waited for nn hour nnd
a half this forenoon to hear Irom lh
Senato ns to Us disposition of thu
Hi-own unpaid bills appropriation Mil
and the House amendments thori.
When, nt last, the communlratYu
came down, there won. scarcely ten
I member In tho House, but befoio Hi
rhaulnn got through pmylng n baro
quorum nppenred, nnd tho Rcvntoen
which the Housu had for several da)H
was flnnlly made tip. Ten nre now
away with the pormtsslon of tho
Speaker and were entered excused, so
that there wnro but four "absent"
Kumalae. ttobertron, Kaulninkaole nnd
lloogs. Of these, tho Maul member
came In to make up the seventeen.
There were several holes punched
In tho report of thu conference com
mltelce ns printed In the Governor's
promulgation of the current expenso
appropriation bills. Hockley found that
the subsidy to tho Wilder Steamship
Company for steamer serv Ice to Molo
knl had bwen Inserted without his
ilder that the boat should stop at l'u
Loci both going nnd oinlng, nnd ho
wnnted tho Hoard of Henlth and Do
partmnit of l'lildlc Works notified.
The Speaker hrIiI that the appropria
tion for school houses for Wnlmea
District had been made to read for the
town of Wamea only. Ho wanted that
flxed. Mr. Kuimeliitli called attention
'" i"- mtl. iiiut ciiu i.iut'iiuiiicui (ji lilt'
g(!na(o whfh th) of
pr, Cmilt Courtl are , )c npp0nt.
...j ,y tho jII(1k,, of ,lt.r wsvra collrtl,
bad lieon left out, so that the First
! Judge of the First Circuit had the au-
iHilntmenf of the whole lot
Ho suggested that the best wny
would bo to notify the Oovcrnor so
that he could attend to the matter.
ltpckli'V Npfnnileil th. tiifitfnn. nntl flm
(lotcrnor will nccordlnclv bo Inform-
ino regular iioiisp and Hennto commit.
tees, but by tho conference coinmltteu
Itself "to rnvo time," and. nt the rate
errors uro cropping out, It looks us
though tho time saved will bo expen
sive. Jt may necessitate another day
or two's session of tho Legislature Just
to stialghten Out these errors. Doubt
lehs the (lovornor will not ncccpt tho
dictum of one House, but require a
"J certificate! ffom both houses nnd the
conlcrciiec committee before ho will
feel authorized to change the wording
of Ads duly certified to and signed
Tlio House appointed a coinmlttco
e-onslstlng of Deckley, Prencb-rgast
and Kelkl to wait on tho Governor
with n like committee from tho Sen
ate to notify him that thu Legislature
had nothing further to present tn him
unless ho has other business tu bring
before tho Legislature.
The House then took a iccess until
Among the latest army orders Is unci
tn I'lrst Lieutenant HenryM. Merrl
urn. Aitlllery Coips, iikii nrrlvnl at
Snn Krnurlsc-n from the Philippines to
proceed tn Denver for duty ns aid cm
the ht.iff of Oeneriil Henry 'C Morrlain,
commanding tlio Department of tho
Colmudo Lieutenant Mcrrlnm has 11
pit'cinus Interest in Honolulu, besides
nutiibc rless friends In oidliiury. and it
Is hoped tho transport carrying him
home may call hole;.
DUNN'S NARROW UKCAPIi.
Walluku, July 27. Geo. II. Dunn was
thrown off from his horse while out
deer punting uno day last week It. th;
Kaninlo mountains, Molokal. Mr.
Dunn wns forcibly thrown to tho
jgiound but luckily escaped wltH'a few
bruises on bin face.
George llonn "At Home."
Walluku, July 27. There vclll be an
"At Home" this evening given by At-
, torney tJeo. Hons nt his Walluku linm'n.
Congratulations will bo In older.
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