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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19 191)1.
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Were 'in Philippines to
Inquire Into Con-
IMPRESSED WITH WHAT
THEY SAW IN THE EAST
Surprised That Honolulu is
sions of Their
Among the through passengers In tho
steamer Doric for tho Coast nrp four
ot the membeis ot tho Philippine Com
rnlsslon'of Congress on their wny horn
to report on what they have seen in
their travels from New York and prin
cipally In the new possessions.
The gcntKmen are J. W. Onlnes, II.
D. Green. D. H. Mercer and 8. M. Jock.
They are all members of the House o
Representatives and during their tra
vels have seen a great' deal oti Interest
and hare arrived at the conclusion
that in the Philippines the United
States has a hard nut to crack.
In leaving New York In July ths
commission was taken along through
the Mediterranean sea, stopping at'tho
different ports along the way to see
the many systems ot colonial govern
ment In practice. Stops were made at
Morocco, the Spanish colonies, Alexan
dria and Cairo. "In Egypt the system
ot government and Irrigation were
carefully Inquired Into. Through the
Suez canal tho party was taken and
stopped nt several places. Tho colo
nics of the different European govern
ments nlong the way to the Phllpplnes
wcro studied so that the commission
would bo nblo to see the Malay rncc
under foreign rule beforo tho Philip
pines were reached.' Much wub learned
about the race before those for whom
".the, commission was sent out to pro
vide for. .were seen, and coming to thi
Islands after having become familiar
with the race characteristics the tra-
eels over the new territory wcrc'msde
with better understanding than If th
commission had gone there first to
begin Its work.
At tho time ot the massacre at Samar
tho commissioners wero on that island
and a littlo dlsta'icc from tho sccna
ot tho terrible crime. It Is reported
that ot tho Filipinos, but few are at
present lighting. One member ot ths
party now hero ntated that In Ills opin
ion tho United States has taken upon
Itself the solving of a great problem
beset with untold difficulties In which
politics aro to bo lost sight ot In the
cxerclso of tho finest statesmanship,
Tho question of tho Philippines Is not
a political one. Tho United States has
gotten herself Into a position where
politics will do her no good. The mat
ter will take years to settle, and the
solving of tho problem which confronts
tho nntlon is higher than politics.
From what could bo gathered, tho
Filipinos have a very queer idea pf
American Institutions. When tho news
ot tho death ot tho President was
known In Manila the report was quick
ly spread that Bryan would bo tho next
President of tho United States and the
Filipinos were greatly elated thereat
as they saw their Independence Iri
sight. Tho natives are described as n
rather' shiftless lot who are prono to
cockflghtlng and gambling having nil
the frailties and nono of the virtues ot
the Latin races.
Tho matter of politics In Hawaii
seemed to be of great Interest to tho
visiting law makers. That there Is na
form of municipal government yet es
tablished In the Islands was looked
upon with a great deal ot surprise by
tho commissioners. They could not
understand why It was that aftor sev
eral years ot American law tho Legis
lature had not done something towards
establishing American Institutions
Curing tho dull times of tho
paBt eight months
have been Bold at
The prico paid for these
110 lots wns
Some ot these, lots have,
been resold at an advance
of from 25 to GO per cent.
No buyers at College, Hills
aro oi.crlng their lots nt the
original prlco, bccauBO Rap
Id Transit has made them
Intrinsically worth at least
a 5 per cent advanco.
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
hero In n Territory which has been
American In everything but noma for
so long., Mr. Mercer of Nebraska who
hits been here before wna mttcli pleas
ed to see tho many Improvements
which had been made In tho city since
ins nrsi visit, tie inquired ior IJCIC
gato Wilcox and will have n good look
at the city during his. stay today. As
he Is the chairman of tho Public Build
ings Committee he will, of courso, hare
a great deal to do with the matter ot
recommending bills for providing
buildings for the Territory,
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JAPANB8D PRINCESS ILL.
The Japan Mall of November 8 says:
Wo regret to learn that Princess Yn
mutthlua Is seriously 111. Her Imperial
Highness was' lately routined of a
di lighter, and her corRlltlon since the
eent has been very critical. Some
Improvement was announced two days
ago, but the newspapers of Tokyo now
allege that tho greatest anxiety Is felt.
Just before 2 o'clock Cotton Bros.
Co. filed a demurrer to the Injunction
suit of the O. R. & L. Co. relative to
CONSERVATIVE TO TAKE
LI HUM CHANG'S PLACE
Wang Wen-shao Slated for Leader
of China's FateRecall
Shanghai, Nov. . LI Hung Chang
djeu on tho "tli Instant at 10;.10 a, m.
It Is expected that ho will bo succeed
ed by Wang Wen-shao, and that thg
lattcr's remplacant will bo. Governor
Vtinn Shlh-kal. -Wang Wvn-shao Is
onu of tho conBorvatlvu leaders.
Tho position or Vico Minister ot
Foreign Affairs, vacant owing to tho
death of its recent occupant. Is to bu
filled by Mr. Lu, now Chlneso Repro
scntative in Berlin. Pending I.u'a ar
rival In Poking. Mr. Na Tung will act
ah locum tenons. i
Tho method of levying the new ad
valorem 'duty Is to add 1U per cent to
tbo Invoiced valuo ot goods, and Im
pose, a duty of C per cent on the total.
Doubts having arisen, however, as to
whether freight and insurance aro to
be Included in tho invoice value, the
question "has been propounded and
answered in tho affirmative. Tho
Commissioner of Customs has stated
that this method will bo applied even
nt ports where no announcement has
Saigon, Nov. 8. M. Bapst, French
Clinrgo d'Alralrcs In Constantinople,
has addressed to tho Subllmu Porto
an Imperative note, formulating now
demands: uotnu y tho legal rccocn
Hon of thu schools and all tho rollglous
esiuijiisiimcnts placed under tho pro
tection of France.
It is telegraphed from Vienna that
Franco has explained to tho Powers
that slie does not aim at any conquest
In her dispute with Turkey.
A circular Issued by the French
Goiernment declares that there Is no
Intention ot permanently occupying
Lcndon, Nov. 9. Admiral Watson
SAH'cecds Lord Charles Buresford as
secend In command of tho British Med
iterranean Squadron; and Admiral
Ilpnimet replaces Admiral Watson ns
superintendent ot Malta dockyard.
Report BoerH Lout.
London, Nov. 9. I.ord Kltchcnci
telegraph under data ot tho tith inst.
Hint tho Boer loss In tho action with
Benton's column was 44 killed and
10U wounded. The Buers took nothing
except tho guns.
President Roosevelt enjoys several
unique distinctions apart from the
twenty-flvo chief executives who pre
ceded him. Ho la the youngest succcs
sor ot Washington; lie Is a scientist
and an active member ot tho Anthro
pologlcal Society of Now York city.
Ono of tho largest species ot elk has
been named In his honor. Ha made
known to science an entirely new
species of Inscctlvora, called the show,
which had not beforo been designated.
In his student days he spent several
summers in the Swiss Alps. Ha as-.
cended tho Matterhorn and made a
valuable collection of tho flora of that
peak. Ho also climbed (ho Jungfrau,
and this latter feat gained lilm.a mem
bership in the Alpine Club. Ho Is an
actlvo correspondent ot this club, and
a year and n half ago sent a papet
comparing Alplno conditions with the
Rockies. Fifteen years ago, when the
president wns serving on tho civil scr
vico commission, ho Joined the Colum
bia Historical Society. His papers on
tho Dutch colonies of New York Stato
nio vnltiablo contributions to its ar
chives. Ho is also a member of the
National Geographical Society, and
while serving as Assistant Secretary
of tho Navy frequently lectured nt Us
assemblies. Tho President has main
tained an actlvo membership In all
threo of these organizations.
Tho earlier In llfo peoplo lenrn that
tho world Is not going to boost them
until thoy boost thcmsolves, tho soon
er they will nnd fame, nud fortune.
WOH AND 1
Sunday Was a Busy Day
For Contractors at
Wharf construction and
TRACK LAYING IN HURRY
Laborers Race Againist Injunctions
On Two Works .of Public ,
N - Dse. - '
The action of the Unhii Hullroad In
asking for an Injunction restraining
tho Superintendent of Public Works,
fiom continuing the construction of
the new wharf was the general topic
of Interest along tho waterfront this
morning. Tho coming of tho now
wharf has been looked upon by all tho
shippers with a great deal of pleas
ure. Now that thero Is a possibility
of work being stopped on the wharf
there is a good deal of dispieasuro
evidenced. The action of the'rallroad
Is termed, by most of tnose. anxious
to sco the now wharf, as a case of sour
grapes. Tho railroad is said to have
had Its cyo on thu present location.
r.nd would like. It possible, to gobble
that portion of tho waterfront, as It
has the present location. Tbo now
wharfs of the corporation are a great
source of Income to tho railroad, and
with tho other wharf being construct
ed by (ho Territory It Is thought that
thero would be a probability that tho
big steamers of tho Amcrlcan-Hnwall-an
line nnd thn Standaid Oil Com
pany's steamers might go thero. It is
understood that thu negotiations be
tween tho Stnndnrd Oil Company and
local people wns not to tno satisfac
tion or tho big trust, and it Is tnougbt
that tho new wharfs would be sought
by tho oil company in the event ot Its
Tho work of laying tho flooring ot
tho wharf was going on .without Inter
ruption tins morning, a gang or mon
vrero laying and cutting but the pile
driver was not Working, ihe actual
construction of moro of tho wharf was
stopped, but thn completion ot what
had been already built was in prog
ress. Inquiries among tho workmen
failed to show that they knew any
thing of an Injunction or anything
else, but that they had their work to
do and were doing It.
The work which went on on Sun
day was stopped by High Sheriff
Brown at 10 o'clock In 'tho morning
and tho men compelled to stop for fear
of arrest. Promptly at midnight, with
tho aid of torches, tho work was ro
rommenccd with tho Idea of getting
as much of It dono as possible with
tho view or beating out tho Injunction.
Ab It Is Impossible to stop a man from
doing something which has already
been donu, tho work wns rushed nlong.
It was a raco between tho artisans and
tho process of tho court, In which
fiom the looks of things, thu workmen
have almost won out. Tho piles have
been driven as far as they wero desir
ed, and reach from tho roadway on
Queen street to the raauka lino of the
new pier. This was all that was do-
s I red (pd, without disobeying the or
der or Judge ivstce, tbo workmen did
their work and had It completed ho
fori) tho temporary Injunction issued.
On Sunday last thero wero two
races against the process of the court.
Tho laborers on tho new wharf had
their tussel and the workmen laying
tho tracks of tho Rapid Transit Com
pany on King street wcro nlso racing
ngalnst un Injunction. Theso lattnr
wero not molested by the High Sher
iff, however, nnd the work went on
merrily nil nay.
WITH AND HEALTH
Dr. McGcttigan, government physi
cian for liana district, Maul, In his re
port fur October to the Board ot
Health, says the rains have Improved
sanitary conditions there. Ho would
recommend, as something desirable,
tho discovery of a remedy for taro
blight. A cause ot much of the sick
ness among Hnwullans he considers
the scarcity of their customary food.
Or, Greenfield, reporting of Hama
kua district, says the rain tho latter
part of October was calculated to Im
prove tho health of tho district, dys
entery lately prevalent having been
In u great measure due to tho Indiffer
ent water supply,
.Archer Irwin, physician for North
Hllo, on the other hand says tho heavy
rains following a lung dry season havt
had the effect ot starting up a num
ber of fovcr cases. Some of these run
a short courso of a week, but others
run Into a continued 'type.
Dr, Rcld for Hllo reports health con
ditions greatly improved In tho past
Dr. Blake of Olaa reports sanitary
conditions greatly improved.
liy Until Htnppeil,
Attorney General Dole rendered an
opinion to the Governor upon tbo le
gality of tho appropriation for tho Kn
plolanl Maternity Homo, holding that
warrants should Issue, unless tho audi
tor Is restrained by injunction, or
wishes to raise tho question by man
damus. Tho point in doubt was wheth
er the Homo, being exclusively for tho
benefit ot the native Hawaiian race,
came within the prohibition ot public
aid to class and sectarian Institutions,
DESK, Wi TO NY
Charles S. Dcsky. tlustee. has filed
an answer to tho complaint In equity
for foreclosure of mortgage of Knpto
lanl Estate, corporation. Ha adraltr
the execution of the mortgage, but nl
leges that it was not n convoyanco of
the land mentioned,' It was a Hen
upon tin) property to soeuro tho pay
ment of tho principal and interest stip
ulatcd o be paid. Hn admits that he
has not paid all ot the Interest accrued
but denies that as a result of default
tho wholo of the sunt for which the
mortgage was given is due and owing
Plaintiff has made no demand upon
him for the payment of the Interest al
leged to be due, or fur the payment of
the principal or any part thcreot.
Neither hnd there been any demand
made upon him for an accounting. In
conclusion the defendant alleges that
he is ready and willing to pay all o
the Interest that bttji accrued or may
becomu due under tho mortgage, and
to submit to Buch order and .decree as
to the court shall seem meet and
proper In the premises. .
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IT'S OfMIS Iff
THE ADVERTISER .MISTAKEN
ABOUT NEW, ENTERPRISE
Frank Brown and Associates Do Not
Ask a License From Terri
tory to Manufacture
Editor Evening Bulletin: In regard
to the article on page 9 of the Adver
tiser of Monday about the manufacture
of rum, etc., I wish to state toai I
have not, nor do I ever Intend to ap
ply for a license for the manufacture
of rum, etc., from molasses, to the
Territorial government ot Hawaii, ai
the Territory has nothing whatever to
do with granting licenses for tho. man
ufacture of spirits. Thai business be
longs solely to the Internal Revenue
Department ot tho United Slates.
What I did make application for, was
to get the fee simple of live acres of
land out ot twenty-flvo acres for which
I have a lease for twelve years more,
which eventually '--belong to thn
United States. I asked for a fee Blmplo
of Ave nrres ot land and the nnswer
was that they could not grant any li
cense for tho manufacture of liquor. I
had already been in communication
with the Internal Revenue Department,
and bad everything arranged In regard
to commencing tho business, which wo
Intend to commence In the early part
of 1902. I supposo if I had asked for
a licence to fish the answer would
havo been, that they bad no chickens
Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1901.
CHARGED WITH STEALING
CAPTAIN BROKAW'S BEER
Jury Drawn for Liquor Selling'thse
Disposition of Trio of
Charles Johnson was tried for lar
ccny second degreu nnd tound not
guilty by a Jury beforo judgo Hum
plireys this morning. Ha was Indicted
for stealing twclvo quart bottles of
brer from Captain Gilbert II. Brnkaw
of tno tug Fearless, tno beer Doing ot
tho value or twonty-nvo cents each
bottle Assistant Attorney General
I;. A. Douthllt prosecuted tbo case,
while F. M. Brooks-and C. A. Long
appeared ror tho defense. Tho follow,
lug constituted tho jury: Charles 10.
l.nuo, uuoy a. uoxter, james Kanaic
inia, Guy Livingston, David Notley,
Jchn A. Noble, F.dward Woodward.
James M. Sims, Harry 8, Swlntnn,
Ubiighton C. Illckcrtou, Bcnjamin.lt.
Campbell. Joseph Richard.
Tho following Jury has been drawn
to try Chan Kaui for soiling liquor
without a license: Charles K. Lake,
Hermann Levy, Isaac II. Harbottlc,
John L. Hansmann, .lames Kabalepua,
Charles Dudolt, Jr., James K., Mcrso
berg, Edwin K. Illako, Ruby A. Dox
ter, William Herrlck. Aloxander a.
Nicholas, Jonah K. Naklla.
Of threo Chlneso indicted for lar
ceny second degree tho prosecution
dropped Ah Chong and Joy Hung
wlillo Leo Kin pleaded guilty and bad
sentenco suspended for six months.
The Merchants' Parcel Deliver
Dollvcrs packages to any
part ot tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them, Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped o
all parts of tho United
States and Europe.
Office, 1047 Bethel flu,
opposite Honolulu Market.
A niki ON
Declares That He Will
Not Longer Support
THINKS A SPECIAL
Criticises Present Position of Executive
Republicans Will k'u rLme
itulero Against Stubborn
The Republicans of the city uro now
nt work on a proposition to mnko Gov
ernor Dole nut a special session of the
Legislature. What It wlfi result In Is
not known, but It seems to bo certain
that the cxecutUe bodies of tho Re
publican party will. take some action at
their next meetings. They have be
come tired of the dilatory tactics otthc
Governor and they now propose to do
something that will nave a telling ef
foct. ine action which Is caluculatcd on
may perhaps be best summed up In
the words of an Irate Republican sena
tor who, wnen he hnd heard of Gover
nor Dole going down on his haudsnd
Knees to the Chamber of Commerce for
the loan of a paltry JtuOO for the con
tinuatlon of the work ot tho Firo
Claims Commission, had the following
"I will tell you right hero that wo ot
tho hepiibncan parj' nro hcartll)
ashamed of tne work of Governor Dole.
no iipncid him nt the last session ot
tho Legislature because bo was sup
posed to be a Republican and tne head
of tbo government hern but I will say
frankly that I for one, do not Intend
to stand by Ills absurd propositions uny
'"Ibo greatest fool In the commun
ity can seo that we need a special ses
sion for tuc passage ot a loan bill and
other money bills that will bring good
to the Territory. Wc aro going deeper
tutu tho hole every day and tnat Is a
thing that tho greatest fool among us
cun see In a glance; nnd yet our Gov
ernor persists lu refusing us n special
"1 lie! very much ko simply bolt
ing thu whole proposition but 1 know
ihut there aro batter times coming and
I Intend to act with discretion. .Tim
ilovcrnor is slniply trying to throw
down tbo whole country nnd I wish to
icil you right now that, if I havo any
thing to say about tbo matter, we will
pass n resolution at tho next meeting
uf thu central committee of thu Re
publican party asking tbo Governor fur
a special session of the Legislature.
Inls littlo matter has now gone
beyond party lines and It has beconm
bmncthlng that every one Is Interested
lu. Wo need a special session dt the
Legislature and v the Governor of ibo
territory Is tho only ono who can
grant tho calling of such. Ho does
not call It, and-why? That Is n qucs
t.uii that no one but Mr. Dolo can
"iuu Homo Rulers aro now hard at
work on tho proposition and their
resolutions of last night wcro simply
at call attention to uie President of
too United States of tho condition oi
afialru that now exists In tho Terrl
icry. 'Inero is no doubt wnaiovur in
my mind that tho combination of tho
iwo panics in their cuori to have
somotiilug dono In tho Territory will
lesuu in some good In Wns.uugton. i
U( not expect mat tho Governor will
Do unsealed, but I do believe mat this
concerted action will havo a good of-
"Wo aro out to light now. Wo, ns
Republicans, do not liko thu principles
of our Governor, and wo certainly ro
pudiaio uis present action in regard to
i ho special session. We, us well as
tho natives, want tho special session
lor tho purposo or supplying mouoy
to carry ou iho work ot mo Territory,
and wo do not mean to bo stopped, i.
Governor Dolo doos not take action
soon wo will do something that win
mako mm coma to tlmo. It bo does
not como to tlmo when wo call It, (hen
1m will bo I ho most complctolv acad
politician and olllco-holder in tha land.
I will tell you right now that, good
Republican as I am, I mean to go In
witii tho peoplo ou this r.'ouosltlon
and fight, tha Governor of i.) Tern
trry to tho bitter end. 1 havo no doubt
what thu result will bo
"Let Mr. Dolo bo stubborn as long
as l.o wants to. Thero aro powors
that will yet show him a thing or two.
Ho Is a Republican by roputo and
snould lollow what the party says, a
ho does not, then good-by.o Mr. Dole.
"I for ono can seo no reason why
ho should not call n special sosslou
lie has nothing In tho world to rear su
lar as legislation Is concerned. Ho
rnn veto anything, and thero nro not
the rcqulslto number of Homo Rulcrj
In tho Scna'o to say Id in nay. iIj
can carry anything ho wishes If tho
Heptilillcan Ketntora will vote solid.
Thov will not 'do so If thd Governor
cr.nl Inues to puislst In denying tho pe
tition or tbo peoplo nil over tho Islands
foi n special session, If ho persists
In tho mo'hod that ho has begun, we
v. Ill simply throw our whole force
against him. viewed In thn light of
Iho present condition of tho T"nltory.
bin net Ion or iiounctloii is simply da?
lordly. Wo will show l'm a 'hlng or
two yet. Wo nio good RonubllrauB,
but wo will iw s'nnd by a plan of ne.
Hen, Fueh as Mr. Dolo Ins Iniitgurnted
Wo will voto n straight Homo Rulo
POIt A HPHI DWAY.
An effort Is at the present time be
ing made to have a speedway con
structed from tho present Junction ot
the Walklkl road nnd King street out
King street through the McCully tract
to tho Walklkl road. Thosi owning
fnft horses and residents of Walklkl
are Interested In tho project. In thl(
speedwny there will bo. no limit to
sreed, and It will bo understood that
It will be for the purposo of fast driv
ing. Now It Is unsafe and Illegal for
owners or fast horses to drive nt tor
speed, although they very often would
like to get at each other. Again, the
roads aro not fit for tho best perform
nnco of tho animals, as they aro hard
for a horso to do good work and not
A heavy load of baled hay drawn by
two horses driven by n Chinese broke
down by the snapping of an nxlctren
closo to n wheel at the Callfornh
Fruit Market yesterday afternoon. Af
ter studvlnit the wreck during a tran
sition period of nearly nn hour, thj
driver obtained another dray on which
had and wrecked dray were loaded and
II- B Lflft
FAVORABLY FOR FES I IV AL
The Hearty Cooperation of Ladies Is
Acknowledged Details of Arrangements-Many
and ' New Features.
Everything Is progressing favor
ably ror tho fair and lunu In aid ot the
Convent School of, tho Catholic Sisters,
to bu held nt tho drill shed on Satur
day. Novcmber'SO.' Mrs. Bowler, treas
uicr of the committee, suld this morn
ing: "If hearty cooperation can lighten
work of this kind. It Is given freely
by the school girls of days ago, pupils
of toduy and their friends all hoping
and working for success as a compli
ment to these noble women who uro
beforo the public tor assistance til
first time after having worked tor ths
cause of education In these Islands
over forty-two years."
Two large lauals nre to be built out
sldo the drill shed. Ono will be 00x43
feet, Is to bo occupied by tho limit ta
bles, under the supervision ot MUs
Lucy Penbndy, Mrs. C. K, Stlllman nnd
Mrs. Charles Clark. Tho foreign lunch
tabic, will also bo placed under a large
tent or lannl and will bo presided over
by Mrs. J. A. Hasslngcr, Mrs, A. Ful
ler, Mrs. Bopcr and a largo number of
ladles experienced In providing for the
wants of tho patrons of such fetes.
A feat uro of this tablo will bo hot
chicken pie served at 12 noon. The
fallowing booths will be placed within
tho drill shed:
Fancy Work Booth Mrs. John Lu
ens, Mrs. J. Sullivan.
Hawaiian Fancy Booth Princess
Kulanlanaolo nnd Mrs. I'lerro Jones.
Portuguese (Cushion Booth) Mra
I-nrnach and Miss Perry.
Japanese Booth nnd Art Table Mrs.
Imlnlsht and Mis. J. 1'odmore.
Chinese Fancy Work- Booth Mrs
Grab Box and Punch qnd Judy Mrs.
Chns. Herrlck nnd Mrs. McVeigh.
Flower Table Miss May Damon.
Ice Cream Mrs. John Eno.
Lemonade Miss Nellie McLaln.
Cand Mrs. Bruhn.
Coffee Mrs. Zlegldr.
An Irish booth Is spoken or to be
looked after by Mrs. Bowler.
Tho admission Is 11.00 ror adults and
fifty cents ror children, which entitle!
patrons to partake ot the luau or lunch
an they choose.
In the evening thero will bo a promc
nndo concert, the music for which will
be rendered by tho Amateur Orchestra
under tho direction of Wrny Taylor.
AN IDUAL HUSBAND.
It Is said to bo a very brilliant per
formance that James Nclll nnd com
pany glvcB of Oscar Wlldo's greatest
play "An Ideal Husband" that will b
presented at tho Opera House tonight.
Mr. Nclll has tho part of Lord Gor
ing, it Is a pleasant role to play, this
of tho gentlo nrlstocrat, who hides hU
virtues and flaunts his amlablo vices,
and, Mr, Nclll Is said to near lovable
ncss In tho part. Ills slight native
drawl Is u useful property, and comes
In conveniently for Lord Goring.
Miss Chapman nppcars as Mrs. Che
velcy, tho adventuress do luxo ot tho
play. She has been described as Im
personating this refined and artlstlo
adventuress "a genius by dny and a
beauty by night" with n charming
and even brilliant touch nnd looks very
iinndsomo In somo stunning gowns. In
the third ,nct, she docs somo qulto un
exceptionable work, nnd .Mr. Nclll It
also nt his best here.
TROUBLt! IN KOItUA.
Yokohama. Nov. 9. Nows comes
fiom Seoul that another outrngn has
li'i'ti committed bv ivorean soldiers.
Tho sreno of the Incident wns Kel
son g, and thn victims wero two Japan-
o.ie subjects encaged In ginrdlng
oomo clnre ng plantations, tho prop
orv of Jnpnnco. Korean snldlers
brcko Into the "nrlosr-o and killed
cun' or tho J'inveso guards, wounding
Their Complaint Found
Faulty and Must
PEARL HARBOR CASES
FOR TRIAL NEXT WEEK
Wharf Injunction Suit Hearing This
to Go to
Judge Estee in tho United States
District Court today sustained the de
murrer of defendant In tbo caso of
Mncfnrlane & Co. ct nl. vs. William II.
WrlghL Treasurer of Hawaii. Ho gave
the plaintiffs ten days In which to file
an amended petition. The ruling was
oral and made the following points:
"The petitioners have not shown In
their petition that they are injured by
the acts alleged ngalnst the detendant.
or that they have an Interest involved
In the action, or that they have suf
fered any damngo by the acts ot the
"No demand Is shown ty the peti
tion to have been mnde on defendant
to cease to Issue tho licenses referred
"The plaintiffs rail to show taat they
have not an adequate remedy at law."
The petition was for an injunction to
restrain tho Treasurer from Issuing
licenses for the sale. of beer or domes
tic, that Is Hawaiian manufacture, ex
clusively. These licenses are. Issued
for n fee or tific a year, while omntous
saloon licenses aro taxed $1000 a year
This afternoon tho Injunction pro
cess ot tbo Oanu Railway & Land Co.
ngalnst tbo Superintendent ot Publla
Works and Cotton Bros. Co., to enjoin
certain wharf construction, Is return
able beforo Judge Kstee.
Tho trial Jurors In ttio Federal court
wero excused until next Monday morn
ing, when the United States condem
nation cases for land at earl Harbor
wllL come up for trial. Jurors George
II. Turner and J. .. Schubert wcro ex
cused for the rest of the term, on their
showing a desire to depart for Aus
tralia this week.
MOANA HOTEL AKRIVAL8.
Arrivals at Moana Hotel during tho
week: It. A. Charton, Auckland;
Mrs. Mary ('.rati, Miss G. Howland. A.
W. Dow, Wm. Phillips, J. H. How
land, P. R. Helm, S. C. oajres and
wife, J. J. I,ong, J. II. Portcous. R.
Berg, city: T. A. Hurley, Mrs. E. J.
Austin. Mrs. M. Norrls. Wm. WolfT,
W. Whontly. O. E. Chapln. San
Francisco; Captain Audain nnd wire.
Dr. II. Mncaulay, China: Baron Von
Bosch, Manila; J. E. Gibson, II. Liv
ingston, M. Rohlmnnn, Philadelphia;
A. C. Candy, Ixmdon.
8tock-YaPila Unrirr Lien.
Lowers & Cooko, corporation, has
filed a notice of lien ot materialmen
against Honolulu Stock-Yard Com
pany, corporation. It is for a balance
of $3984.09, duo ror building material
furnished to M. L. Smith, contractor,
lor erecting a two-story wooden build
ing tor tho defendant on Its lot at King
and South streets. No work nas been
dono on tho building, tho complaint
slates, since August 23, 1901, and
plaintiff puts the valuo of tho building
at not less than I5C00. Tho cntlro
account against tha contractor
amounted to 17484.09, or which 13500
has been paid. I
should bo carefully selected
and overy attention given to
having thorn a perfect fit
Laird & Schobar'a Shoes
for children aro we.l known
to bo tho fines, made. Ws
navo C00O pairs of these
shoes In stock and can sure
ly pleaso you.
Mothers who like to see
uclr children well and com
fortably dressed should
como nnd seo us. They may
feci aBBiired mat every caro
will bo given to having
baby's feet properly fitted.
1057 FORT STREET.
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