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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, 1'Jl 11) AY .JANUARY 10 1002
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Honolulu Plantation Co.
Rested Its Defense
FEDEKAL ATTORNEY DUNNE
BEGINS CLOSING ARGUMENT
Points Out Interested Character .of
Testimony for Defendant -Glaring
Discrepancies in Valuations
Closing argument to the Jury lu tUo
ctiulcmnutlon suit of the United
States ogaliiBt the Honolulu Plantation
Company leasehold nt 1'carl Huibor
in Ban about 10 o'clcicK this morning
James !'. Morgan, nn intended wit
lifts tor the dclendant, was prevented
by illness Irom appearing.
J. w. I'ratt, tax assessor tor mo .
first Division, was tho last witness for
tho derenuant, being called to snow
tho progressiva Increaso of value In
llio property of tho compnny. Whllo
tho corporation wbb assessed as an
ii Ionization for proilt JG00.000 In
13U0. tho assessment for l'JOl was SI.
600,000. J. J. Dunne, United Stales attorney,
who has tho pilWlcgo of opening aud
closing tho final argument, comment
ed at the beginning of Ills remarks ou
the character of the expert testimony
nt valuo produced by tho defendant.
Thu witnesses were nearly all proles
stdiil sugar men. They stcadrustl)
and uniformly disdained all details,
giving Instead what was known In law
ju a lumping appraisement. I.. A.
Thurston, a plantation promoter and
I.rtt of the cxpcits. had given nn esti
mate of $2.13.400. or $700 an acre for
242 acres of tho holding. Tills lest!
incny was ndvertod to later by the
Allan Herbert, railed by tho Govern
mt nt, (ho attorney devalued as an tin
willing witness, whoso testimony op
l(!t eoiinsi I had deelured to huvo
been foired out of hlni." This wit
iics.Hdli' not want to testify on valuo
nt all, but reluctantly gave an ustl
n ale of $51 an acre.
Mr I.ow. manager nt tho defendant
and heavily Interested In us enter
prise, swore on tho btund that tho
leasehold Interest was worth $400,000
to the company. Yet the samo man In
Ida sworn answer to thu complaint had
plated tbo value at $lll.Dlu. or J20i
WW less expendltuicB on Improve
incuts. Again. Mr. Low bad placed
ilia valuo of 420 acres at $50,000 In
Ihc tax returns for 1000, from which
the- lury might cub uluto tho propor
tionate valuation of tho GG1 acres In
the leaso containing tho condemned
portion. In tho 1901 tax returns ot
the cumpnn) this valuation wa3 ro
Not only were tho expert valuations
liratlon.il. lumping and arbitrary, but
they wnro crammed with inconsisten
cies. Mr. Dunne continued. If they
were eoncct, what becnino of tho
Wing Mow Wal check? That $7900
was no renl eilterlou ot tho vnluo ot
tho twenty-five or thirty acres of
leasehold Tor which It was paid. Sit
uatcd at the heart of Its already se
cured holding, the company wns bound
to obtain that land at almost any
prlco. Yet what did the prlco sliowl
TaMog the area at twenty-five acres
It represented a valuation of $310 an
acre, and nt thirty acres h t ablation
of $203, which would bo a mean fi
liation of $'J89 an acre. Instead of
paying $7000, how over, tho company
v.ould havo pnliPS17,900 rather than
loavo that piece In tho midst of id.
leasehold. Although what wns paid
was sn exorbitant and a Taney prleu.
et ItB mcun vnluo according to the
nr.certnln ncrcnga given was but $289
nn sere. The attorney doplctcd tho
contrast between this figure nnd tho
Compare Low's with Tliurston'H tes
timony. Whllo tostlflng in tho Illsh
op Hstato caso. Mr. Low placed the
.value on tho feo simple of this prop
erty at $2150 an aero for arable land.
Now Mr. Thurston prescnta n vnluo of
$700 an ncro for tho leaso alono. The
speaker characterized tho testimony
ol Mr. Low, taking documentary and
all, as "that of a madman."
W, W. Goodalo's teqttmony cm the
i-oll was stigmatized bv Mr. Dunne as
"rcekjess swearing." 'Whllo tno other
witnesses produced a mass of Incon
sistencies on tills subjoct. they nil
agreed In contradicting Mr. Goodalo
lie test Died that 75 per cent of tho
foil was red proclpltato of lava, 20 per
Cent dark ndobo and E.por cent a mix
eld pirnl. Kvcn Mr. I.ow .had not pons
beyond a stntoment thnt ihn red soil
nnd adobe weie half and hnlf.
' King Street CoMIhIoh.
A Japanese hack and a brnko belong
ing to 'tho Oalm Carriage Co. rnllld'u.1
yesterday nfternoon on King streat.
Just niva of tho bridge The latter
velilclo received a damaged wheel.
The Jnpanrso hackmnn wns driving to
ward tho depot In a careless manner
and at a rapid pare. When ho collided
with, tlio bruke and tho owner ot the
vehicle remonstrated, the Japanese
shouted out that he did not care. His
number fas taken down. It Is veiy
likely the follow will bo arrested to
day, AMKIHCA AND ALAMEDA.
The steamer Alamodu which sailed
frosi Ran Francisco about one hour af
ter tho America Maru, heat tho Ja
panese vessel to port by about ouu
mm STREET FIIIH
Once mole does It becomo neces
sary to call attention to tho Merchant
nt reel nuisance which, after a fevr
days' rest and recuperation, hns come
forth again into the light of dny with
renewed vigor nnd promlso of never
Some nights ago, tho Hoard of
Health removers of filth worked on
the Government cesspool In tho yard
hack of tho Advertiser office nnd sue
cecded in rudurlng the depth of th-i
filth so that'll would not overflow nnd
Unci Its wny into tho street. That Is
nil that was done, nnd now the people
who fretpient Merchant street have
with them onco more tho cholco of
walking through filth or going out into
the street nnd being run over by a
Japanese hnek. It Is a splendid pros
pect, hut tho point where patience ex
hausts hns long since passed by.
It Is thought by soma that tho Mer
chant street nuisance Is on a par,wlth
other matters being attended to by
the Government. Theie Is Just enough
pro rata cash to patch but not to per
ir.nncntly mend, rendering this very
pro rata cash n dead loss and a sourco
of great Inconvenience to tho public.
PACIFIC HEIGHTS RAILWAY
EXTENSION NOT PLANNED
Treasury Slock of $50,000 Reserved
From Total Capital of $125,000
-Mr. Desky Receives
$50,000 in Bonds.
Cliurlvu 8 Desky said today that It
was not tho Intention Immediately, ns
n consequence of Incorporation, to
extend tho Pacific Heights electric
railway to Mount Tantalus. When
time are Improved that project, mooted
a white ago, might perhaps he under
taken. Fifty thousand dollars of tho capital
would be retained as treasury stock,
to be utilised for such future Improve
ment or extension ns might become
desirable. Tho entire capital is $125,
000. Mr. Desky stated. When asked II
the remaining $75,000 left from tho
treasury reservation was not less
thun the road cost him, he said It wan,
but the company gave him $50,000
bonds on tho property as pait of tho
J. O. Trntt yesterday completed tho
survey of tho railway for tho corpora
tion, the articles of association of
which have not yet been completed.
MISS. ABDIG CAMPBELL TO
JOIN ROYAL FAMILY
Announcement Is Made at San Jose
Dinner- -Hawaiians Were Present
to Extend Their Hearty
' San Jose, Jan. 1. The cngagemout
of I'rlnec David Kawauanakou of Ha
waii and Miss Abide Campbell, tho
Hawaiian heiress, daughter of Mrs.
James Campbell, was announced at a
banquet given ut tho hotel St. James
at 8 o'clock this evening. Forty of ihn
near friends of Miss Campbell and
Prince David were present. Tho din
ing room was gorgeously decoratuu
lor tho occasion. Tue announcement
was made by Colonel Sam l'.irker, Re
publican National Committeeman
from Hawaii, who, with oilier of thu
Prince's friends, has been s'opplug lu
liiis ciiy lor mo pjst low nays, in
making tho announcement L-oIouei
Parker eulogized tho virtues of 1'rlncn
David and congratulated him on secur
ing tno choicest pilzo of Hawaii. Con
gratulatoiy responses were made by
Gcoigo D. dear, Circuit Judgo of Ha
waii, and Judge George A, Davis, of
Haw-all, who is on his wny to Wash
Ingion; II. W. Uradlvy ami C. T.
At thu conclusion of the banquut
Miss Campbell made her social ilohu
at a reception given n honor of hei
nineteenth birthday, About 200
guests, friends of the ramubell fam
ily lu this city and of I'rinco David
! fiom San Francisco, were present. Mu
sic for the occasion was furnished hf
n native Hawaiian urcheitra of live
Pieces, utougui nere lor tno occasion
Tho Hawaiian party, except Judge
Dnvls, leaves for homo on tbo steamer
PO ICli COUItT NOTCH.
There was n 15-mlnuto session of the
1'ollco Cuuit this forenoon. Lam Yip,
charged with assault and battery on
Lau Shu, his wife, had hja case con
tinned until January 13. This 1h Hip
couple In Cbluesu high lifo who aro
tho Intoiestcd parties lu u dlvorco
suit. Ah loo, Ah Cheo and Ah
Chuck, charged with having die fa
tickets In possession, wero fined $15
nnd costs each. Tho case of Ilegorio
Gurcln, tho I'm to Itlcun charged with
stealing J. L. Knulukou's uudcrshlit
and othor articles ot apparel, had his
case continued until tomorrow,
Tho Tien Tsln Incident was scttlcl
by a handsome npology given by tho
J British commander to the German gen
eral. Tho splilt of fair play asserts
Itself for good whenever employed.
I Uoffnlo News.
IS. 1 Will
Alameda Brings News
of Notable Wedding
NEWS COMES AS SURPRISE
TO FRIENDS OF COUPLE
Ceremony Took Place in Occidental
Hotel January 3 - Honey
moon Trip to Wash
ington D. C.
San Francisco, Jan. I. Sstuuel I'm-
kcr. the Ix-st-known of Hawaiians. and
.Mrs. Ablgnll -Kuailiclant Campbell,
widow of the millionaire planter. Jas
Cnmubell. weie wedded last evening:
ai mo uccmuuui noiei. ineir mar
rlago unites two of tho wealthiest and
most distinguished families ot the
Islands. Tho ceremony wns simple
and Informal. Superior Judge lleln
bard, n fiiend nf the gloom, performed
the ceremony In the presence of a. few
Intimate friends ot the contracting
parties, who were gathered In ono or
the parlors nf the hotel. Afterward u
bumper ot champagne was drunk to
the bride's health, and then tho wed
led pair drove to tho Alcazar Theater,
In company with Miss Abide Campbell,
tho daughter ot the bride, and I'rlnce
David Kawnnauakoa, who will them
selves be married lu thu near future.
It Is possible mat the I'llnco and
Miss Campbell will colcbrato their
nuptials toda) aud accompany Samuel
rarkor und wire on n honeymoon Jour
ney to Washington. There was some
disposition on the part of the uOlaneed
couple to marry last night, but as no
license had been procured they con
eluded to postpone toe happy dny.
Samuel l'aiker is 1S years old, nnd
his wife has Just passed her thirties.
She Is a haudsumu woman, with n
queenly llgure. distinguished air nnd
many accomplishments. Her lute hus
band, James Cumpbell, who wns one of
tho lenders in thu upbuilding of Ha
waii lu the Inst half century, left an es
tate valued at about $4,000,000, con
sisting of extensive lands in the Isl
ands and proporty In San Francisco
and San Jose. Dy his will Mrs. Camp
bell held all the proporty In trust for
their four children Abble, Alice, Mur
lol aud Deatrlcc. Miss Abble, whose
engagement to I'rlnce David Knwann
nakoa was announced two days ago,
is the oldest, nnd Is barely 10 years.
Samuel I'arkcr has several children,
and two saw' their father united to
.urs t'uiiipboll last night.
Mr. Parker is um most extonslvo
cnttlo grower in Hawaii, owning a mag
nificent estate of n million n-rcs at
Ualmoa.'ou the Island or Hawaii. For
years he dins been tho most sulking
llgure lu the IslaudB on necount en' his
wealth, talents and open-handed gen
erosity. He was Premier nnd Minister
of Foreign Affalis under queen Lllluo
kalunt. and when she was deposed by
tho Dole Piovlsloii il liovmniucnt litt
rallied with her. iiough u warm sup
porter of the inoumil.y. .ie curly rec
ognized the Inevitable trend of his
tory nnd became, niter annexation, an
earnest advocate of the United States.
Ho wa3 a candidate for Delegate to
Congress at the first Territorial elec
Hon on the Republican ticket, and,
with I'rlnce David, wild was the Donv
ocranc cantnuatc, wns defeated by
Wilcox, who had tho main suppoit of
the natives of Hawaii.
Mr. Parker Is the grandsou of John
P. Parker, who went to Honolulu fiom
Nowton. Mass.. In tne twenties. Ho is
of mixed native und white blood, as
Is his bride, whoso maiden namo wua
Abigail Mnlplneplne. Parker has been
spoken of ns the probnble successor
or Snnfoid II. Dole ns Governor of Ha-v.-all.
and ns ho Is well lll.cd by Prerl
dent Itousovelt, who has tho appoint
ing powu, he will in nil likelihood got
that high o(Ike. lie lives In tho feud
al stare wliloh obtnined In Hawaii two
generations ago, with scores of retain
ers subsisting on his bount and vil
lages looking to him for protection nnd
aid In hard times.
When William McKlnloy was noml-
i nated the second lime for the Presi
dency. Parker represented the Itepuli-
'llran party of Hawaii In the conven
tlon at Philadelphia, nnd was nne of
I tjie commltteo that notlhed Mr. Me-
Klnley of his being thu cholco nf tno
convention. The President entertain.
nd a high regard for tlio Hawaiian nnd
fought his advice In Island tnnttctu
moro than once. A few dnjs ngn Sen-
ititor Hannn nppolnted Pinker K"puhl.
ran national committeeman fur Ha-
tvnll.iso that ho now contiols the Fed
einl patronage In his own Territory.
I On New Yenr's evening, nt n Inn-
ouet given bv Mies Campbell In Sun
Jnso. Mr. Parker made known tho no-
trothnl of Miss Campbell li Prlneo
David. It was then tint It began o
bo whispered that ho. too. had fallen
a victim lo tho wiles of Cupid l"it ho
bi'ghed off all questlonlne;. Tho diy
i!M"nre yesterday h ncrompanlod Mrs.
f'nmnbell and her daughters from Sm
'.Toko to tho Occidental Hole! bore, eft
i tiiixlnv s'lent a week In tho Garden
,Cltv with thm.
Tbo Campbells had encaged inssaero
nn tho steamship Alnmedn. vhlrh vlU
leave today for Honolulu, and Parkoi
nnd Prince David nlsn wero to snll.
i Yesterday afternoon nil chanced their
I plans. Attoinoy George Davis nf Ho
nolulu, a friend of Parker, was sent to
iprocuro n mnrrlngn license nt X o'clock
and tho fact that the wedding was to
lake place In an hour or two was dis
closed to mutual fi lends nt the Ocrl
dental. Mrs. Campbell nnd her family
dined with Mr Parker. Prlneo David,
George Davis, Judgo Gear. l:inot Par
ker, Miss Ethel Gav, Miss Anita Olirvs.
tnl nnd Judgo Hcbhard. who had beoti
summoned to officiate at tho mat rlago.
A quintet of Hawaiian musicians play
ed and sang soft airs of tho Islands
during dinner, and Immediately after
ward the party assembled In a pnrloi
ot the hotel, nnd the ceremony Wen
over within n few minutes, Tho groom
gave his lirlilo a magnificent nccklnee,
und this she put on when Judge l lob
bard had finished the formal sen
fences. Mr. nnd Mrs. Parker will piob
ably go Kast on Monday.
IIOMB HUI.IIIKS DID NOTHING.
The Home Rulers did absulutel)
nothing nt tnelr meeting last niglu.
When one of the members or the exei
utlve committee wns seen this morn
lug aud asked as to what was clone, h
replied: "I nm very much niralu wo
are getting to be like the Territorial
Committee of the fiepubllean van)
We did absolutely nothing but tab.
It aecms that the question or the
taking of the oath of alleglarco to th
Home Hole party by now members was
the principal topic of discussion. Tbo
committee came together at 8 o'clock
nnd Kntaiioknlnnl, seeing that nothlne
was being done, moved to adjourn chiil
It Is undei stood. Chairman Kaulla de
dared Ihc meeting adjourned on ill
showing of two hands only.
Nothing wns done with respect to a
cciididnle from the Homo Rule party
foi legistutlvu honors. Alter the
meeting there wns a tilt between Mr,
llobcrt Wilcox and Uoyd of tint Adver
tiser It Is understood thnt the formci
came otf winner.
NF iff A (jilt
SPECIAL OFFICER HAS
TROUBLE WITH CONDUCTOR
Misunderstanding About Wearing of
Uniforms Special Provision
Made by Management
'Policemen, firemen and lettei ca,
tlers, when on duty, and In iiiilforn,
shall be entitled to free pas'ago oe
any of the lines of slid association and
others." Session I-aws of 1SD3.
TliU rlnusu lu the franchise of thy
Itapld Transit Co. coupled with u mis
understanding on the' part ot a coudiu
tor on one of tbo Ilupld Transit t'o.'s
cars caused trim bio this morning at tie
corner of Hotel and Itlvcr streets.
Special Otllcer van Olesen start,-.!
from his home on Llllha street this
tuoinlng and took nna of tlio Ilapld
Transit cars to King. He had ntri
lulely no trouble. Showing hut bJcTJo
to tho conductor, he wns nllowrd id
ride, free of charge.
At King street, van Glcscn took in
other of the Itapld Transit cars 'or
town Shortly utter faking his sen', i
new conductor who was bolus In
structed In his duties by ono of tl.c
ciM mpn ualLpd un In thn hntir ittH.
ccr and asked for his fate. The youns
man showed his badge nnd tho com! ic
tor. evblcntly s.ltlsllcd, walked awnv
Ibe old conductor was not eo easilv
satisfied. He walked up to van Oiesen
and asked him to show his badge Tim
pollt-o olllrer did so. Tho conductor
told him he would have to pay his f no
or get off the cur. Tho olllcer refused
to pav and also refused to get off.
The conductor, nctlvo In what he b
lleved to be his duty, stopped tbe "ir
and pushed van Glcscn out of his Rt.
The officer held on nnd the conductor
pushed again, this time with a great
deal of force, 'ah he was deec.-ndlnfj
tnvvnid tho ground, van Glcscn taught
the conductor by the collar nnd pulled
him off. Once on thu ground, tho offi
cer told the conductor ho wns un It
nrrcst. Tho latter pulled bad: and vin
Glcscn held on.
The motormuii Jumped from the plat
form and tried to gcL-thc officer to let
go of the conductor. Henry Vlern
happened ulong Just nt the monent anil
cried out that van Olesen was n polite
officer nnd should not bu Interfered
with In his duty. At this, tbo motor
man desisted but tho conductor and
the motcirman from the other caf on
the switch bore down on van-Glescn
and Interfered with him.
Tho olflccr then allowed the conduc
tor he had hold of to go back on the
car. Ho also went luck to his seat.
Alighting at ilethel street, van Olesen
went otinlght ao tho pnllco station ind
reported thu lnntter to High Sheriff
It Is not likely mat Anything will be
dono as It seems to have ben o ml
lake an tho conductor's part that vun
Olesen wns ejectctl from the car When
tbo Ilupld Transit cars first itarled
tunning, the management stuck to tbo
provision of lis franchise nnd ollowr.1
only thoso rollco officers In uniform to
I rldo on the cars, free of charge. )i.
ccntly, however, on i cproscntatlonH
made by tho pnllco department, tho
I management nf tho rtnpld Transit Co.
j decided to nllovv effleers to ride nn the
I cars, freo of charge, simply by showing
i their badges. It wns through a mis
understanding of this new regulation
that tho coitductor In question put van
Olesen off tho car and caused all tbe
Mrs. Jnnics L. lllalr's plan of pro
vldlng a remedy for the "ragtime" evil
by encouraging tho general public to
gain knowledge of music which wlltuif
Itself prevail ngalnst "rn n snng" By
substituting nn appreelaflun of better
things, Is commeiidablo nnd dowives
ropular support. St. I.ot.ls llipubllu.
SOUR IHST K
hnrriini"!" rnr in th
rW W rUK Wfl
Vast Quantities of Cane,t jyj-y-
Sugar Are Being
PLAN TO EMBARASS THE
BEET SUGAR PRODUCERS
Gathering (fens Product in Western
Centers' Flood Bxpfcted to
Sooji Bo Let Loosj on
Lacrosse Wis., Jan t.-A strategic
move an tbe part ot mu cnn sugar in
loruaia ot tho United ttatu in their1
war lor itiprumary wiiTi tbo beet sugar :
pioduinrs has come to tight m this
city In the snape of heavy consign-!
ii.cnts ut cane sujsr Doing stored hern.
U was leai red today mat mere ar I
In l rouse 100 carloads ol cane sugar
In exeoss oi i lie amount actually need
ed foi lionic loosuiuptioto or utuaUyl
business Puailar heavy araJStnentti oi
i ..n... U....H k. H.K..A ... .III. '
!'.u' nuftui in,..- vwu iiiuuv, v P.I.-
waukee, V nuns. ..eowlig. Bt Paul,
i.ud. in tart, to all die
u u ot importance
tiirougnout' u, .yortnwmt. The ap
proximate ral'ii- of tno e-tcess product
stored In I .arrofse la ttio.v o. and.
computing upon a comparative bssls,
it I preaumaule that the entire amount
stored Ihi-uUk.t tii.fc b ction of iM
country agregiut bevcial millions la
Tbo sugar trust pmnomof to fluted
the market with ula linn uutonnin
the near nitiiro. U is ki.own iit this
Is the cotirke ulauiied tur t.ic' euibnr-1
larsment ot the beet sugar oianufao-
utreis. That tnero is well developed ou'r wnicn ne nas snporlI HmTli
Jealousy onlho part of the sugar trust' experienced many hn!snlps, but tie
against thtieei nu-n Iw 'ill known Ircunte as his record trip the one which
nor la this t range In he light of thelbo made into th mountain fnstoosgoj
fact that ;&er ci nt oi the sugar eobl " wnblawa. Walalua i,u Sunday night
during the past year was beet sugar
ac I that Its manufacturers have been
able to place It on the market at ID
cents per hundred less than the cuno
product mvd mill mak.' a handroiuo
Tlis Bulletin's opcclal Industrial edl
jo eatjjo sii) ;e !3UC)qo oq (its uo5
the news-standa. Price 23 cents.
in m mm
SHE IS MILL SOURCE
j Her EdktS Art Not CdTlicd Out in Any
Detail--She Thinks Foreigners
-Want To Trap
(t.l. Iaa t 1 Qt..m.al MBilne JMt.
cuiiciKc. tend to dhteoums. the ,
that the Dowager Bmprosa has lcaro-
ed a leason of reform from the events
of the past year. Korolgneii are wits-1
posed to take a pessimistic vlew-jf'
the outlooK. Qenerol Yung Us A. ,
. .. . ..- .-....
Cgnarmy corps Hl
w. . ,..-.-...fc,. v-. .vu... ...
particularly dlsqnletinB. nnd in ovi-
demo of tbe continued domination or
his Influence, which Is bitterly tint
Other Incidents which are tonslds.'-! ''? llstl ery and who had olovon bar
..,1 slrnlWnt .r. tne unmesslon ol ' T'2 . .?' " .r00r fermenting when tho
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t w only Independent nowepapcr In
this city by order of the Oovornor ol
Peking, and the closing of the Indus-1
trial school here, recently organized by
i.hii.-mthrnninnhtnMi. nlsn in thn fin;.
ernor'e order. Ihls school was lntonJ -
ed tor the traln.n, of diatltut, youthu
ntlim. llnavtil Phlniia mill hcaltfltei mini
UIUVI iiwvihi vuiuvav is aa MnivvtMi uvn
to give practical vent to ttisit theor
ies, teai log the displeasure of oClcall
dom, A third edict regarding the.. recent
murder of a Belgian prltet'iiear Nlug
Sha I oo. In ICan-su province, baa ap
peared. It appoint a special offlcifcl
to puuiuh thosc who are guljty of th '
crime, and rtaJJlrms the Dowager Km
!iet's good will toward cnrutlaiii
This Is unusual activity an tbe part
of the court In tbe pHinlshment ot thom
guilty of an antl forolgji outrage, an.i
l tuk-n as evidence of tbo nmvnutr
Kmpresa' desire to conciliate the pow
ers u.' on the eve of tbo return of the
court to Peking.
Proofs accumulate that Prlneo
Chang's arguments persuade the
Dowager Rmpresa to trust herself
within range of the legation for this.
Officials arriving bore describe Mv
Dowager Bm press and General Lu is
being cxtfemcly nervous and suspicions
lest tho foreigners are planning to en
trap them after their arrival and riun
Isb them for encouraging the vuer
The foreigners will prolutbly view tho
court's 'lo-eiit;ty Into Peking from the
wall near the legations.
Telephone the FVKNINO rtllLLK
TIN, Main 154 If you have books to be
made, printing to be done, etc, etc
ind wo will tall. W have men 'hat
know their business 'or that pnipoes.
New York Jnn l Soth Low, for
mer Mayor of Brooklyn and president
ofCohimbia I'nlversltV until he s.m
up that ofllro to become a candldnto
for the Mayoralty on a fusion ticket,
bc utile Mayor of Greater New Yorli
end county office by Democratic in
j tumbenta to the candidates elected on
I tj.f fusion ticket in November.
COMING TO HONOLULU.
I BnU tloM, Dee M.--Uv H. E.
Hanhsm. woo be been the pastor ol
the Coseretatloaal church at Ctaver
(Ule for a number of years, baa accent
ed o call o the pastoTairrera eUttrca
of that denoraimtUan i0 Honolulu.
Mr. Oanbam will depart for bli new
field of labor tbis week. v-
Weekly edition ci the Bulletin $1
CAUGHT JAPANESE FAR
UP HACK OF WAHIAWA
HirtV Climb BxpUMOecd CrOW 01 a
Coci Led Officers to Stepecttd
Among tbe most vtglhmt deputy
si ends on tbla Island Is Jobs Fernan
Ucz of r.wa. who Is constantly oo tbe
icokoiii mat more enaii oe no break
lag of the laws ol tbe l'trltory or Ha
all Without tho prc-s rlbi
u'ent being impoceo,- J-e
ncen on many raida in the matrlrts
.I- had .heard ot tin- okc! hao dls
'lllery of n Japanese. Knteka by
liamc. who was fined $li5n ftnd costs
'n the Db, rlct Coutt of Ewa Rome
nio'4hs ago, on the charge of SclllU
tiQiiur without n license Informer
had brought him the requisite data
and nt 12 midnight. Sunday, he and
l th,o informers stnrtcd up ino the deep
gorges una nil out impenetrable lor
orts back of Wahlnwo.
The trio or oiTlcers rode to within
about Ovo miles of where they thought
the distillery was located, and there
staked out their horses prom this
plac c ou It was a c.ib" or crawl, i llnji.
slip and fall, and the ofUeeis got taojr
911 of each one oi theae pleasant ocMP
Finally lhr. ... hr,l v. t,,. '
........ ..,v . .fi.,nvi,iilE u IHininil
habitation Soon they dlscovtu-d a
inss hut ant. approaching tbis very
carefully, they'h-il'rd a short time fur
a rest. They thou descended upon
that habitation, pounced upon two
soundly sleeping Japanese, sec tired
them and then sat down for another
"Where Is htatekn?' ashed the dop.
nty shoiirf. Tho Japanese said he bad
gono somewhere Fernandez tbep
wtrked a llttlo game. Ho- told the
Japanese mat .aleka had been art est
& V & ?,
potut om'lIu, location of Z dlstlllerv.
Tho Japanese swallowed the hook.
bait and all. nnd led tho officers ti
where the still was situated by the
ue or a llowlng stream. Tho wo: l;
Of domolltlon was short ami thn mm.
iirnvitmri nti to in
tmmm tin .kail
" "W nas been con-
ou Monany, no pleaded guilty to tb.
charge of selling liquor without a II
c-nso and was lined UM and costs
which he paid otr tho spot. Tho police
i an. nnh Inntdnn- tn ttnlfbn i,l,n...u
T-0 otnpr an.l8 for Fe,,nK
without a license wero made Maudav
night. One was Morlbnmn, tbe Aloa
s'oroiceepei. ana the pthor wns Nlhl
,kawa, tbe Honoiillull storokeeiier.
",'n Peadecl BUltty on Tuesday morn-
'- J?J "
Tho Correct Shoe for Everyday Wear. R fiO ffl
Tboro Is caso, wear and comfort In Hi
our Oxford Ties Always stylish and H
giro tbo feet a handsomely dressed M
' ' Special cure talien In lilting at our KJ
storcv.ni:d our prices the lowest tor K
hlgb-Grado coods. .-. .-, .-. ,-. .- Hi
OXFORD TICG FriOM 53.50 to 56.50. B
Mafliifacturers Shoe Store
I0B7 I'OHT ST. at
vim iw is -
SUNK II IK
Another. Ocean Horror
to the Crave.
IN COLLISION WITH HARK
WHICH PASSED ON WAY
Many Lives Lost and Nii&e of
Eureka, Jas 3 1 hV steamship Sai
la Walla, one oi ihv beat known of tin,
vessels pi) tug between oan Kranclsro
and noun coaat pbinis, lies at tbe hot
to io of tbe l'aclttc. lmrlni a log sue
is stru.k and sunk at 4.10 oclo'u
on Thursday morning by an uuknowu
uHik, believed to be II) lag the Kronen
nag An interval oi tturiy-Qro mtnua-i.
elapsed between tbe Utus of tbe ecu
Umou and the last lurca and plunge ui
tbe doomed steamsaip, and In tha.
time lifeboats and raits were lowered
and moty of the passengers and crew
vre iokto as. in tbo man panic tbat
lollowed the crash, however, soma
lumped overboard end were luat, whllu
iiwHiur overtook iwo of the small
coats and many of tbolr occupau's
were drown-d. Other passengers a..
janien. Injured in tho collision oi
jverlooked in ibe excltomont. win.
lonn with the ship, out of an c I
iretcd totnl of Ml persons aboard -dxty-iour
passeuers and eighty lu ti.
low flfiy flve have not boon accouuv
ed for. and of that number at 1 dhi
alt oiu known to liuve bueu drowu-d.
Hi remainder ol tbe missiag an on
wo llfe-t-afts, whlca may yet be piikmi
uii at sea.
Kuieita, Jan iffyuri Jcut reacted
here that ailieOoat rrom tue wrecked
Wnila Walla with seven pasaenii
has landed safely In Dig I- resb Wai
Lagoon, flftoen miles north of Titiu
dad. u stage hias been dispatch Iruin
irinldnd to icturn witn thourvlvor.
The eight passengers arrived nt Tnu
idad late last night that wero roteuect
in Dig Lagoon, among them tho second
officer, who was on watch nt tho time
ot the collision. They will arrtTe hero
nt 1 p. in. The lircboat which landed
at Trlnlib.li! had ten aboard; nlno
mlehed sh'ro: two are now lrlne In
n critical condition, one of them being
it reronue officer Mr Dophner of Tn
coma; his wlfo died on the lifeboat
and was thrown overboard.
rat. steamer Pomona sailnd from
Eureka at t p. ra. for Ban Francisco
with most of tbe survivors. The tnosi
I"""1 ',"'" " pmc-ee u.e nun.
onservauve estimate places tbe nun,
Nnvvs was received ty tbe Alameda
tbat Prince David Ku .. snanasoa en J
ftus Abigail Campbell, ua ugh tor ot
Mrs. Samuel Pari er, were to bo mar
ried in San Francisco on Saturda)
January Cth. two days after the steam
er lelt for this port
From tenons of incoming passeoges
In the Alameda the appointment of
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