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Vol. XI. No. 1055.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY .OP HAWAII, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 30 1901.
Price 5 Cents.
tt tub or
Differences 'With Mr.
Swanzy From His
COL JONES-REFERS TO
WATER SCHEME MONEY
Governor Dole Satisfied With Finan
cial Support Which Promoters
Offer Delayed for the
At tho meetlns of the Governor n
Council this morning tno Kohnla wa
ter scheme wait definitely shelved un
til the Federal Government given tho
'territorial Government autnorlty to
ktake turther proceedings.
Thero were In attendance the fol
lowing parties In interest: F., M.
' Swanzy of 'llieo. 11. Davles & Co., II.
ocke i(t F. A. Schacler & Co.. Palmer
Woods, representing tho voods Ki
tate: F. b. Dodge, representing tho
lllshop Estate; Messrs. Hatch, Holmes,
Dnllou and McClanahan, attorneys tor
dlflcrcnt Interests: Col. J. W. Jones,
A. C. Oehr and 11. II. Oehr.
Colonel Junes made a positive, state
ment tn the mec.ng regarding tho
financial character or the proposition.
Ho said that In view of tho article
that had appeared In tho Star charac
terlzlng the scheme as a "ny-by-nlgm
one, something to be hawked aroitn I
the country for sale, he would stnti
the tnct to po that there was capital--money
behind thn proposition, tin
had already lurnlshed Governor Dole
with tho names of somo of those con.
nerted with the sthenic, and he asked
the Governor to Htnto whetiier ho bo
lieved It to lie n bonn fldo pioposltlo:)
under the statements made.
Gournor Dole replied that, a I
tlioiigh not knowing tho Eastern gen
llemen personally, ho belleveu that li
was, prima facie, a bona fldo proposi
tion. Mr. Swanzy nskc-d Mr. Dole If he be
lieved It was lions, fide, nud Mr. Dol
raid lie thought It was.
Governor Dole then stated that, ow
ing to ad Ices from Washington, noth
ing further would be Hone in the mat
ter by this Government.' until somo
HCtlsu was taken with reference to It
The i.overnor also stated that other
water privileges recently granted
would not become effective, under the
ruling mado by the Federal Govern-
1 ment, until Congressional action nmJ.;
1 It Is understood that the lllshop Ei
tate Is another Ilicliniond in tno ftel.l
for tbu Koliala water development, bin
did not snow Its hand today on ac
count of the. statements ol the Gov'
At " "
i.i " u,,'ir. aiter tno meeting, ex-
JlvV Np.ressed himself strongly regarding
3I7- .- statements mado in the Star, odltorlal-yjs-1
ly and by Mr. Swanzy, on tho 27th
B - an, I O&M, fna.nnla
Qehr, alter the meeting,
" "In answer to the misstatements In
' the Star," said Mr. Gehr, "1 would say
. that I never at any tlmo represented
to Mr. Swnnzy or anyone else Hint
Chliago capital was interested In the.
IKohala and Illlo railway
.. J "At the tlmo that tho application
9 was pending for tho railway enter-
1 prise, Mr. Swanzy was given tho
names of gentlemen In the East who
weie back of tho road. This was when
Mr. Swanzy was about leaving for
New York. While thero ho met tho
contlemcn and talked the matter over
with them fully, and wrote back to
his house hero that he had met them
and was thoroughly satisfied.
"I was never expected to ralso tho
capital for building tho road, as that
matter was in the hands of Eastern
"Mr. swanzy states that not a rail
Las been laid. Up to the present tlmo
the Koliala and Illlo Hallway Com
pany'a plans have not been approved
by tho Government, although they
were filed last December. And until
I hoy aro approved the Koliala and
Kilo Hallway Company will not do
(.minted to start Its worK.
Italn Walker was a director in
ompany, nnd when he left for
nKlnnd Mr. Swanzy was asked If no
Unci! to take his place, and ho tui 1
he would, which was long after thn
tlmn ho met and. had conversations
with fho promoters In New York.
the Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern In'
provements; $40 a month.
Also large residence on the Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven months.
"Tho whole article seems to me to
bo a venting of personal splto on my
self, and only given forth when Mr.
Swanzy has failed to find any valid
reason for opposing the water fran
chise. He takeB this means of at
tempting to discredit the water prop
osition. Ho Is not tho only one."
"The Uelle of New York" will bo
repeated tomorrow evening and Thurs
day evening next. On Saturday after
noon and evening "The uaicty Girl"
will bo staged. The management begs
to announce that for tho following
farewell performances popular prices
will bo chnrged as follows: Orchestra
and dress circle, $1; family circle, 75
cents; gallery, 60 cents. There will be
no pcrformnnco tonight.1, ,,
For groceries ring up Dluo 911.
' m mm
Will InHpect Rchooln. ,
Walluku, Sept. 28.Judge J. W. Kn
lua, Bailiff .1. F. Welch nnd Inspector
of Schools Sam Kelllnol. all left ror
Molokal via tormina last Friday morn
lng. Mr. Kelllnol goes on a tour of In
spection nnd expects to visit the Pelo-
kunu and Wnllan valleys, weather per
Kb- FAST Ti
MADE ALMOST RECORD
TIME FROM FAR EAST
Many Notables Aboard for San Fran
cisco Has One-hundred
The steamer Coptic from the Orient
arrived this morning after n fast trip
of 9 days and 12 hours. After leaving
Yokohama she had rough weather ror
one i day runlug lnto the edge of n
typhoon that wns"raglng. Leaving tho
storm the easel lia'd the finest kind of
weather to port. She was nbt expect
ed until this afternoon but being so
far ahead of time and taking but one
passenger from here bub will be sent
ott this nrternoon at "4 o'clock. The
Coptic docked at tho Chnnnel wharf to
iMkchnrge her 6.10 tons of freight for
this port. She brought several cabin
passengers and a large Oriental mail
for 'Honolulu and has ninny through
passengers for San Francisco. Among
tho cabin passengers aro many diplo
matic officials of America and Euro
pean countries, several German army
officers and some American navy and
at my officers. Ot the consularltcs
nhoaid aio H. G. Squires of the Am
erican Legation at Peking nnd 8lg.
7.. H. Volplcellt. Italian Consul at
Shanghai. The American officers en
route, nre: ' dipt. O. W. Fnlircnhold, U.
S. N., and Ensign C. H. Woodward II.
About 100 Japanese passengers came
lu the steerage. They will go to the
plantations ufter serving the usual pe
riod ut the quarantine station.
Thomas M. Harrison vs. J. A. Ma
goon and others, the Hugcy cure cora
Inmy case, came up for another trial
by Jury this morning before Judge.
Gear. Kohertson & Wilder for plain
tiff; Kinney, Ilallou & McClanahan
for defendants. Following Is the Jury
accepted: Vincent Fernandez, II. Z.
Austin, A, D. Holster, E. Montgomery,
Jos. Andrndo, II. A. Juen, J. It. Ed
wards, U II. Dee, Emil Hammer, Gu
II. Acn, E. J. Crawford nnd Geo. V
SAW A WHIRLWIND
The residents of the Peninsula saw
a very pretty and unusual sight ye.'
terday. A 'whirlwind started at tho
upper end of a clear Held on tho Oaliu
plantation nnd gathered up the par
ticles of red dirt, sending them sky
waul to a great height. The column
took Its wnv fioni one end of tho field
to tho other and was lu plain slgul
for about fifteen minutes.
The Pi luces David Kawannnakoa
and Cupid Kulunlauaole are entertain
ing the Llllplutlans nt tho Jieautlful
homo In walklkl today. This forenoon,
the children enjoyed tue pleasant oc
cupation of sea bathing and this after
noon they uie playing croquet and
other gnmes on the spacious lawns at
the royul homestead. One of the Lilli
putians sent word over the telephone
that tho Princes uro the princes of good
Liverpool, Sept. 21. At a meeting to
day 'of the stockholders of Ogden's
limited It was unanimously agreed
to sell nil the shares to the American
Tobacco Company on the terms offer
ed September 18, namely, 25 for pre
ferred shares, CEO for ordinary shares
nnd 111 10s for debenture shares,
stipulating that 75 per cent of each
class must be purchasable
Chicago, 111., Sept. 21. Miss I.nura
Conger and Lieutenant Frederick E.
nuchun, II, S. A., were mnrrlcd last
nleht nt tho residence of tho brlde'B
mint In this city. Miss Conger Is the
daughter of tho United States Minister
M mi (Iff Mi
Jit: march of Improvement
buildings are rapidly taking the plate of the old and obsolete structures.
Some ten months ago ground was cleared and the foundation laid for the erection of a modern two- 1
story business nnd office liloc'.t for the Mclntyro Ilulldlng Association, the cost when completed being In
the neighborhood ot $55,000,
pluigen of this city.
Within a few das theedilce which Is known as tlio Mclutvre
Ihls commodious business block Is lo.-nted on the corner of Fort nnd King
streets, is two stories In height, iind.-estlng upon a nmgnlficcnt foundation,
thoroughly capable of sustaining nny weight that may bo put upon It. Ur.
dcrenath the building nre magnificent storage rooms for the occupants ot
the building. The building Is a most modern one In everv resoert nnd Is con
strutted of pressed brick nnd term co'.ta In the Illrhardsonlan Ilomauesque fl
style, of architecture, and so constructed that an additional story or two coil'?)
be added on at any time. The structure has a frontage of 112 fict on Fort
street and 011 Mug street of 63 feet.
w- r" -
iwi. compartments. I lie uiakal side
mnuka side will be tenanted by the
""' "" uhbuiiicbiii large pnite glass windows which greatly adds to tlmtecnrnl effect of the whole building.
The second story has been subdivided Into fourteen offices, each and all lighted by direct light throughout
with large outside windows. There Is n commanding entrance on the Fort strett side leading to the offices above
thioiiRh a large tiled hallway.
The foundation walls of this liulUIng are a decided feature, being constriClcd of native blue stone, nnd the
piers nre of cut blue stoiie and Iron nnd steel girders. '
Surrounding the building has been laid a splendid sidewalk. The building was erected by J. Ouderklrk, the
contractor and builder, of Ihls city, win has had twenty-one ycais experience In the erection of buildings nnd gen
oral contracting woik In the Hawaiian Islands,
What Hitchcock Says
rultowlng are the letters fioni Wah- In response thereto, I have to state force, except as therein modified, the
lngton relative to the proposed II- that unless the granting of n license of land laws of the former Republic, aud
ceuse to develop water sources In the this character Is specifically authorized contended that those laws glvo tho
Hnmnkua and Koliala districts of Ilk- by existing laws, you would not be Commissioner of Public tonds tho
wall: I warranted. In my Judgment, lu grnnt- ,r,R," ,UlBn,lnt .!anU '.'jT" ?f, !l",
The mon.ly report of the Honolulu Ing tho privilege sought by Mr. Parker. Tu, VvV m tcm if h" U"
Stock and Ilond Exchange conies out If ou do not find that you are speclll- The first use of tho phrase' "land il
this afternoon. It shows fewer trans- rally authorized to grant licensee of renin" In the land laws or Hawaii Is
actions on the board thnn for any this character and, In your opinion, It found In section 186, Civil tows, wheio
mouth slme the 'organization of the will lie to the best Interests of Hawaii that term Is defined as follows:
exrhnnge. that such authority should bo vested "A 'lan'1 I'cen8' means a privilege
Department of the Interior. Washing-1 In the Governor, that fact should bo flISn lr hml7n7 H.i2r ImIJi
ton, June 1 1. 1901. j hrought to the attention of the Depart- JXi'el Vuchw he cutting anTre!
The Governor of Hawaii, Honolulu, ment In your next annual report, with moval of timber, the removal of soil,
Sir: Your letter of the 22d ultimo situ legislation by Congress,
has been received. In which jou state Very respectfully,
that an application has been presented E, A. HITCHCOCK,
In behalf of Mr. Samuel Parker for a Secretary.
IIii'Iikc, for n period of ninety-nine
iars, to build, ((instruct, maintain and Department of the Inteilor, Wnshlnr,
opeiate, for the conveyance of wnter ,,,n- 1 1- l' Sept. 11, I'JOl.
for Inlgntlon purposes, a ditch, on a rh,,..Jo,jrlu,r r "awn". Honolulu,
high elevation over government lands ",
lu tlio district of North Kohnla. be- , "'V, The attKiieys for Mr. Sam
, .., ,.,...,.... ...., '. .... uel Parker have asked this Depart-
m. ...... .m.u.....K ........ u.. ...
lllilitllnsn liiiBtliin tf IInu till n .1 nTiili
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a ditch on a lower elevation over gov-
rrnment land situated In said district
between and Including Mullwui and the
northern portion of the Island of Ha-
V.; state that tho water which I.
sought to bo diverted by the proposed
ditches. HOW flows Into. the sen and
cannot be utilized upon tho lands
through which It runs: that the enter-
pilso meets with your nppiovnl; anil
.i... i. . ..'...... V '.. .
ense nl Z ne.m, ,.,
license (dinft of which accompanies
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..ii.-., .....ros niivicra iu uiu ...u-
trary lire reielved from this Depart-
Herrick Now Advances
(JOKAIAN . .-, !.
LUCA8 ,, ,J.
goes steadily on In the city of Honolulu
nnd erected from designs furnished by
The first or street floor Is divided into
of the main entrance will be oceupledbyUhe First National Hank, while the
firm of Mcliierny Hros.. the shoe dealcri , The entire frontage on both streets
i io me ennctmene or me requi-
rinl , reronB,I(,r , matu.r ,f , ,
uppuration for a llcenso ror a purlu
of nlnetynlno yenrH to construct,
maintain and operate ditches over tho
Government lands In the district of
North Kohnla to be. known as tho
"Upper Koliala ditch" and "toner IC-i-
This nmllcr unit nrlulnnllv uiiImII.
ted with your letter or .May 22. liliil,
to which this Depailmeiit made reply
"nder datu of Juno . 1101.
In the oririiment now Hiiliiultted. It
'" Hted out that this DepartmeU
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"-" "" ... . m. ww..(,..pn w.
Apl 30i j901 (;ll 8(uti ,4) t.U,.,
"An Ait to nrovlde a uovernnieiit fu.-
tho Territory of Hawaii," continues 'n
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1 1 337
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and snbstantlal brick and stucn
the well known architect O. (I. Tra-t
building will be ready for Occupancy."
sanu, gravel or stone.
lie only other nlaces nolnteil nut In
tho brief filed herein where the tcnn
Is used aro in section 10.1, where It Is
provided that the Commissioners of
Public Lands shall have power to
make rules and regulations "for sur
veying public lands, for thu protectlo.l
or forests and reservations for fore.it
gtowth. for tho granting or laud li
censes," etc., nnd section 108, where
sub agents am given the power, amoag
' 4. To enforce contracts respecting
sales, leases, IIcciisch or other disposi
tion ol public, lands.
"3..To recover rents, purchase mon
eys and other moneys due the Govern
ment In respect of any sales, leases,
licenses or other disposition ot public
lauds, or for uso und occupation there
of." UlMin these proflslons Is predicated
the proposition, as formulated lu th
letter asking n reconsideration of tli3
matter, that "the Land Commissioner
r the Territory of Haw-all with, at
most, the. approval of the Governor.
has express authority under existing
lnws io cmnt thn lli-emui n r..n..,.-..
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A license iu relation to real pro-
(Continued on page 1.)
London, Sent, 21. While Kruger vud
Dr. Leyds nre drawing up petitions (u
President Ilnosevtlt nnd tho Czaryas!(
ing them to Intervene, the fighting
Doers are helping themselves In South
Africa by celebrating the expiration ff
the period In which Lord Kitchener
proclaimed they must surrender by
four notable successes, killing sixty
eight officers and men, wounding sixty
three and capturing five gunB and
three hundred men. Tho situation Is
singularly like the opening of tho war
two years ago, the names of the same
places recurring in the dispatcher.
Utrecht, where Major Gouglif wus en
trapped, was tbo scene ot a similar
nmbuscude eighteen months back. Ac
ton Homes, where tho Doers ) eaten! ly
lenppeaied, Is eighteen miles southwest
of Ladysmlth, prominent In the enrly
hostllltlts, and tho Natal colonies am
musteilng for the defense of tho Tu
gela, us when Genet al Joubert Invndid
Notnl in 1899,
In Capo Colony fighting-Is again go
ing on south of Stormbcrg, In territory
travel sed by raiders and their pur
suers hnlf a dozen times.
Tho government's publication of
these reverses causes an outburst of
cxnsr-crntlon against tho conduct ot tho
I wur, not In South Africa, but by tlio
"Jl v.S I''.
Ministry. The grent Ministerial Jour
nals accuse tho government of trying
to run the war "on the cheap" by not
providing Lord Kitchener with suffi
cient resonrcef. i
The Times, while It has no misgiv
ings as to the final outcome, accuses
the home authorities of lack of organ
ized, sustained effort, of a disposition
to postpone military for financial con
sideration and of failure to grasp the
moral and Intellectual damage which
the prolongation of the struggle In
lllils upon the empire. Other Minister
ial supporters aver that pretlnu
months wlhch should have been spent
In preparing for another campaign
were wasted in electioneering nnd that
Lord Kitchener has not been supplied
with the requisites.
ThG Evening bulletin, 75 centa per
New York. Sept. 21. If Shamroik
It wins the American's cup. It Is said, a
challenge w 111 nt once be Issued ty .h-3
New York Yacht Club for a race next
jcii.i-. it Is claimed that arrangements
have already been made looking to the
Issuance of n challenge. This, how
ever, doia not menu that tho members
of the Club think that the Columbia
will Irt- beaten.
FIUEK AT SEA AGAIN
TAKES COMMAND AT HANA
OF THE LESLIE BALDWIN.
Called Down Once Before for Same
Action Captain Seike
Will Act. .
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Manager Filer of the Kahu u Kail
load has apparently not profited by
the colling down lie received Irom tno
customs authorities several months
ago for Illegally running, the little tug
Leslie Ilaldwln. On last 'thursday nt
IJiinn ho again took charge or the von-
sel while she was being handled by
her captain it. H. Seiko. F er hoaru-
ed the tug trom a small, boat, cntere'i
the wheel house and signalled tho en-
gimer. He then let go' the Vessel'
anchor. -As a result of his Interfer-
ence Seiko has' given notlre ot hi in-
tontlon to quit the vessel, unit Finer
captain '" 'k "rUn'1 fr Bnolhcr
ft scJms that last week Filler want-
e-d some lumber on a barge moved
from Kahulul to liana. He asked the
captain of tbo Claudine to do It ut
the steamer did not have the tlmo n
spare. Tho Leslie ilaldwln then start-
ed to do the. work and made the trip
all night. Iu mooring the Stow at
Hana the Illegal action of Filler to
place. Captain 8olko was In tho
wheel house directing tho hnndllng oC
the Baldwin trom directions he was
I getting from Captain Paraor of the
Claudine, then at Hana. -The worlt
was being done well and carefully.
and was witnessed by Captain Parker
of the steamer and Captain .nm Clark.
The action of Filler In going abonid
nnd taking charge of the Ilaldwln was
almost as miiih of a surprise to
them ns It was to Selke.
no matter ot manager rulers ac-
Hon will be laid liefore the Collector
of Customs and Honolulu Harbor Ni.
54. M. & P. Association. If som.i
guarantee Is not given thut In fututo
Filler will not Interfere with thn
handling of the Ilaldwln by her regu
larly certificated captain. It Is very
possible that under tho circumstances
It Will 1)0 fOlinil that thero aro Nl
men In the Islands who will bo will-
Ing to take the position. Ilcsldes th)
customs authorities and the local 01
gnnlzntlon of captains, tho matter will
bo laid beforo tho agents. Alexander
& Ilaldwln, so that they may bo guld
ed to take steps looking to the stop
ping or 1-tiler s lllegnl acts In regard
tip i..u i.u.i.n.u.
San Francisco, Sept, 21. Hon. Sclh
Low, president of Columbia College,
New York, Is expected to attend the
general convention ot Episcopalians
r.urlng the coming month, though his
onerous duties may prevent his coming.
There would have been no doubt of his
piesence nt the convention but tor the
pot-slblllty ot his nomination for May
or of New York to head the movement
for the overthrow of Tammany,
HONEST WEAR FOR THE MONEY
18 WHAT EVHRV ItUYER WANTS AND UXPRCT8.
So it Makes No Difference
What priced shoe vou buy from us
you can deiend on having your
MONEY'S - WORTH.
Pleasing Styles, Pleasing Wear at
Pleasing Prices Is What Pleases Our
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
IOST Port Street.
Forty-five Arces of Cane
Belonging to Portu
INQUEST HELD BUT NO
CLUE COULD BE FOUND
Forest Fires Visited -Pretty Well
Under Control-Danger If Wind.
Rises-Sparks Might Be
Carried Across Trenches.
Writing from Punuhaii, Hawaii, un
der date of September 26, David
Hnughs tells the following story ot
the progress uf tho devastating tires In
the District of llamnkua:
"Mr, lloyd's letter to the Governor
gives you nn account of our work for
the first few days of our visit to Ha
waii, After visiting the fires, we re
turned to Walmea. That was last Fri-
ri.damoX! al lhat P'ac
"On Sunday evening. Albert Horner
telephoned to Mr. Iloyd, stating that a
flre 1B(1 darted in the trash on iiama-
, kua plantation nnd spread Into a part
jnf finest land adjoining tho Loulsson
' Hros." coffee, and from there It spread
.Into a cnnelleld belonging to a Portu
guese nnd destrnjed about 45 acres
".Mr. lloj d and I talked the matter
over and roncludid that the best thing
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" " oU be for me to return to Hn-
raBK"-1 "" Monday morning while ho
'! -Mr Campbell went to Kohala.
"I slatted tor the lire early Monday
morning so that I might be present at
tho Inquest which was going to be held
that day The Judge, the Jurymen and
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' ,MM lhe l.u'fc'1 lra?1 " th M
ft""o'n '"' ' nfxl the ,D-
luest was held nt Honokna. Several
witnesses were examined but no clue
to the person -who started the Mr
rould be secured
The next' day' being Wednesday. I
visited the llonokaa homesteads along
with Mr. Itlckard. Today, Albert Hor-
"". James Glbb and myself visited
two of the fires In the forest and found
them still burning slowly,
jr Homer bus his men there dlg-
k)uk trrnchc8 llnd trying to keep tho
f .nremllne I mav M,lhl
fl1rc'' rr,)m "rlllnS' l .may " ,,naJ
tl"," ltro ',rcl,y we" "nder coo at
be present time but, should the wind
rise, sparks from the large trees may
be carried over tho trenches and start
fires on tho other side. .
..Tlu. wnd liag uee very light for
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t,,e ,"""1 ,e Aml the "ro"hav.e no
"a'1" ",mh I'gress. Mr, Uoyd and
I"1")- are expected In Hamakua again
Saturday morning when I will consult
with him In regard to my future plans.
"No signs of rain hero yet. Every-
thing Is very dry.
- lolrR r..
PORTO RICAN LCPER8.
vwo iorto Illcan laborers at Kllauea.
nlnntntl.m ur..rn nrr,.atn,l l.l uu.rlr
Thcy are Htpectcd of being lepors t.nd
WII1 be sent hero for examlimlon.
will be sent hero for exarnhnilon.
A V L O II O Wd O
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part or tbo city tor 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages Bhippca tq
all parts of tho United
States and Europe.
Office, 1047 Hethel SL,
opposite Honolulu Market.
That is What We
Always Give Yei
Every Shoe In our store
Is selected with a view
to obtain the very best