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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, M. T., 'SATtmDAY. JAN. 18, 1002.
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SATl'HOAY JANlAllY IS, 1902.
If citizens will insist on pasturing
their live stock along the tun Ks uf the
Itapld Transit Companj. tlnj mum ex
pect ficuucnt deaths In the quadruped
family. Theic It limbing in the Trail
fit Company' fr.un blue requiting It tn
provide fur or proteit a public lum
jnrd. The response of I'orto Ttlenn laboi
era to the planters' promise of work on
sugar estuto of the other Islands Indi
cates that not all these people prefer
the life of a agraut. The policy of
sending these laborers-wlirte they in e
wanted I one that ought to solve the
problem without hum li jddltlonal frlc.
tlon. Tlie.rupldlty with which the House
of Hcprescntntlves has disposed of tho
Nicaragua canal bill gives added hope
that the measure may be pushed
through the Senate. Wiy substantial
opposition Is In sight but the fact that
tbe so-called American House of Lend
has practically u full term to deote to
the bill ought to be a guaranto
ugulnst side-track ta tics.
This sharp discussion of Chamber
lain nml the Ilrirlsli at my that Is going
on in C.erinan clriles reads to Ameil
cans like a lot of ' hot air ' whl li need
do no one any damage nor threaten
friendly lelatlons. Amcihuns are so
accustomed to speaking their minds
freely that it Is hard for them to un
derstand the danger when Euiopeans
tollon tbe same plan uf au Ion.
Oxnurd a bounty proposition uppears
to be getting him Into a peck of tru
tic. lie Is now sihedulcil ns weaken
Ing on the Cuban reilptoilt) and ion
templatlng an amalgamation vilth the
Sugar Trust Delegations fiom ths
beet sugar Stales are holding tine tu
their lolors bovvever and one of tho
haulcst fights of tho session Is now
well undei way At present Cuba ap
peals to hae a backing that will Ij
rilnkult to owrcome.
PORTO II ARE
ci io ran
Contrary to the expectations of a
great many people that theie would not
be many I'orto It leans ut the pollen
station this morning In answer to tho
notice sent out by the police authorl
tleb yesterday, there were In the neigh
borhood of thirty-five who showed up.
They started to arrive early and sat
down to wait In the square opposite
the police station until such time as th
high sheriff should be uble to confer
with them. This conference took place
ut about 10 o'clock nd all those who
were pieseut at the polite station cv
pressed their vvllllngnesB to go to any
Plantation to wlilcu tliey might li
The men were ull taken Into the sta
tion house urd ut first and later uu
they weie sent to their respective
homes to gather together their clothes
and to bring along their wives ami families.-
At 12 noon, only u few hud ih
turned, hut the great bulk were ex
pected ut 'about 1 o'clock, the time set
for lunch. In the meantime, n hun
dred pounds of meat was sent over to
the Oahu Jail to be cooked for tho
1'ottu lllcans and their families,. The
whole crowd will be sent to Maui in
the Maul this afternoon.
The work of collecting the unemploy
ed I'orto Hicaiis In the city will be
continued without abatement until
every one Is located and asked whith
er he will or will not go to the plan
tations. It is thought b the police
that when all these people hate been
sent awuy and the remaining ones
prosecuted for vagrancy. It can soon ba
told what set of people ate perpetriitlns
the various robberies In the city. If
the I'orto Hlcans have been the guilty
ones, then the epidemic which bus pro
vulled In the city for several week
past will cease.
The true key to the situation would
seem to be found In thu words of
man who has worked on the pollco
tone of this city which Is to the ef
fect thut If the police wish to find ton
parties who are holding up people and
committing robberies, they must look
among the unetnplo)ed.
New Oilcans. .Inn. 1 1. Captain L.
Devllllcrcs of the lloer urm. who Is Iu
tills' city. Is in receipt uf a letter of a
letter from II. C. Arnold of lllnonilns
ton, 111., saying thut he hux organized
In Illinois a company of young nun,
nil of whom served In the I'ulted
.States army dining the iwcnt trcmhlj
with Spain, who are anxluus tu servd
with the Itm-is In South Aftlui and
who want to know if Captain Devillleie
leplled that It was Imposslhlc to go;
men to Africa, although he hud ic
ii'hi'il niiineiDiiH olTriH of this kind
FRENCH 8PRI.NG SURI'RIKF.
Peking. Jan. 10. The French Minis
ter, M. llu&it, refuses to present his
credentials until China fullllls certuin
demands of tho French (inorntuent.
The Joint audience of the foreign und
new Chinese Ministers, which had been
arranged, has been postponed because
of M. Dean's action.
VOICED WAN WRATH SUBMintD
AND COUNT VON BUELQW
EXPRESSED HIS REGRETS
Chamberlain Subjected to Fierce CriM
cism in German Reichstag-
Speaker Censured by the
ricilln .!.iu. 10. During the debate I
on the estimates In the Helthstng today
Heir llasseiruanu declaud that the,
Natlounl l.lbctal party would nppu
any suggestion of a loan ul 3r,,000,U00
marks to cover tho deficit. I'lnancial
lcforni wus necessary, and the Nation
al Liberals weie not averse to direct
During the course of the debate icf
ei cnies were made to Mr. Clumber
Iain's lemark concerning the Herman
army, when the Drills Colonial Sccie
tary delivered his famous speech nt
Edinburgh. Herr Sonnenberg, Radi
cal Antl-Hemlte. made a long and vio
lent speeih. Indulging In the mot bit
ter Invective ugalnst Mr. Chanibeil.vn
and the Ilrltish army ever beard In tho
Helchstag. He characterised Chan
bcrlaln as the most wicked man on
Hod's earth. Tills expression calbd
forth a stern rebuke from the pirsMenl
of the House, but Herr Sonnenberg
unabashed, assailed the Hiltlsh amiy,
i hissing It as a "mob of thieves. nut'
lubbers, unlit to be compared with the
glorious ticimans." The speakers ic
marks tailed forth futtli" r (.ensure
fiom the president.
'Die Chancellor, Count von Ilueluw,
making a general reply to the piced
ing speakers, said- "I believe I shall
be iu sympathy with verv great ma
Joilt) of the House when I expiess the
hope tlut the custom of aLiifln for
eign Ministers fiom the trl'mne of lilts
august llenitc will nut tiecomc n.iimnl-
Izcd among us. That would i-enm
neither with the usages of the Re: man1
people noi the Inteirsts ot our Olliy.
(Cheers I I must at the same tliu- -press
mi deep icgiet at ibe wa .n
whli h the last speaker icfeircil 10 the
mill) of a nation with which wt live
at peau and friendship. As wo out
selves are sensitive coiuertilng the
honor of our own at my. so we should
not abuse foreign armies In which
there nic bnwc men enough who icinm
they havu to die" (lira vox )
Count von Iliielow stiongl) depic-
eated the contention of Heir Has. I
iiiann that the ollicial pi ess ought tu
have given the lead to public opinion
in dealing with Chambeilnlu t speech
'Our press nml public opinion." sai 1
the Chancellor, "would stand In mi.v
low tepute If In uiiestlous of national
houorthey stood In need ot word cf
command from ubov . Pioustlng
against the idea that the lep'idlatlin
uf an aspersion on the ermy should
cfivct a change of poMej. CVint von
Diielovv said: "If this tepiiillation Is
to be an excuse for fort lug upon us a
different attitude in regirl to tne war
In South Africa, or a pretext for biing
:ng about unfriendly relation! between
on; people and a people tunutii whom
we have never stood In hostility ur.d
to w horn we are bound by weighty In
terests, 1 wish to leave It beyond doubt
that I will have nothl3i to do with
nuythlng of the kind. Wc cannot let
the direction of foreign polk) be pic
scribed for us by speeches, lesolutlons
peccliea, I 'solutions I
s. That polL-y can f,
d by the. leal andV
:s of the country, I (J
or popular meetings,
only be determined
and that Interest require-j us. wlnlx
fully safeguarding onr Indf penilen c.
dignity and honor, to cultlvi"- ttlrmily
relations with fireat lirltaln "
IK I IIT
Washington, Jan. 10. The over-
thmvv of the Castro reign In Venezuela.
vvhleh now appears quite possible, will
Imi followed by the uispatch of tho en
tiro North Atlantic scpiadrtm to tho
waters of that country. A lormldahlo
Ameilcuu naval representation will
then be nt La Oiuyta. It will consist
of the battleship Indiana, now at Cura
cao, thu battleships Kearsarge!, Ala
bama and Massachusetts, and tho gun
boat Matletta, ull under command of
Hear Admiral Hlgglnson, commander
Ilrltish, l-'rench and Geiman vessels
aie also gathering In thu vicinity of
Venezuela, and these nations will he
represented at La-Uuayra Iu case of
double, llccause tho Administration
deems It advisable tnat tne senior offi
cer present shall he an American, It
desires that Rear Admiral Hlgglnson
shall be with his flagship at the sea
port of Caracas when conditions in
No instructions have yet bren Issued
tu hear Admiral Hlgglnson to sail to
La tiuajia. With his squadron he Is
maneuvering off Culehrn Island, l'rom
Culebru ho w,il Ball for Guantanuino,
touching en unite at u I'orto Illcan
port. The authoiltles say it Is neces
sary to direct Rear Admiial Hlgglnson
to be In readiness to proceed to Vcne
zueln. He Is prepared to sail tho mo
ment he is oidcied to do so.
No comprehensive advices regard
ing the Hit nation huvn been received
by the Stuto Department. Such infor
mation as has come is of a fitigmen
tary character. It confirms press ills
patches, showing that tne I evolution is
tuuklni: iinigicHS. and the intimation is
thiovvn out that Castio will not long
ho uble iu maintain himself at the head
of the (Sovt'inuii'm If Custio is de
lejted uiiuiihy it Is leuivd, will pre
vail nn a time American luteic-sts In
Venezuela are extensive und tliuy
must hiivi- pioti-ttltin. Th Indiana
will hi- ulilc tu teach l.a (luuyrn In a
feu hours mid tun hind a i'di-ch sufll
dent tu ptoceed tu Caracas and pin
te-ct tin- Anii'tlcan Legation if it Is In
ot the envious oPc'ilc lum aie
Mitrcom's nlu'les!) aehlcve
toubrette's dream. Still, that
ought to be something piotty.
MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL
IN CONDEMNATION SUIT)
Oahu Railway Taxation Question
Heard by Supreme Court The i
Fisheries Cases Robert j
R. Hind's Will. ,
John Hind linn petitioned for lettci
testamentary to him without bond un
iter the will of his deceased father
Hobert Uobson Hind, which has been
admitted to 1iobatc In San From ltco j
Mary Hind, widow of deceased. I?
executrix and the four sons are execu-
tors named In the will, In which the
testator requests that no bond be re
nulled fiom them for the execution oil
the trust. Tbe probable value of the
property stated by petitioner amount ,
to $800,000 divided thus: Ileal proper- .
ty In Hawaii, $"ri.000; personal proper
ty In Hawaii. $12.1.000; real propertj j
In California, $100,000. and personal
property In California, $100,000. A list
of bequests wns lepubllshed here after
probate of the will In San Francisco,
but nuiy be briefly lepeated here, to
wit- The residence, 231S Howard street.
San Francisco, with all Its contents, to
the widow for life, together with $"3f1
monthly for the suppott of herself and
two daughters, also $3000 Immediately!
on ptobate of the will: to John Hind,
$:'0,no0; to Katie Itenton. grand-daughter,
$18,000 at majority or marriage.
Income theieof in the meantime, all
the rest and lesidue to the four sons,
and two daughters, share and sliaie
Mis. Carl Llniburg. formeily Ma
tilda Y. C. Ilotlng. under date of
Fninkfoit-oii-the-Maln. (Jermany, Den
is, 1001. has lecelpted for $1235.91 to
John r.na. administrator of the estate
of Julius llotlng. the receipt belus
certified l Rli'inud (lueuther. L. S
Amelia Arundel has sued James
Arundel for divorce on the ground uf
utter deseitlon slnie September, 180'J.
They were miurled at 1'aia, Maul, i
about June 23, isss. by the Hev. rallies i
Janus, mill have six children.
Attorney (Jeneral K. P. Dole allsweis.
with genetal denial the complaints In
the suits for fishing lights brought
against the Territory of Hawaii by
Victoria Waul and Kaplol.tnl U.state.
The Supreme Court, besides lender-.
Ing the large number of tax appeal de-
talons elsevvheie reported, this morn
ing heard the submission of case be
tween the Oahu Hallway & Land Co.
and the Tax Assessor. Involving the
liability of that corporation to taxes,
i:. II. MeClanahan sat In place of Chief
Justice Frear, disqualified.
In the Fnlted States Dlsttlct Court,
on the motion for new Dial of the
condemnation 'suit against the Hono
lulu I'lantatlon Co. by Federal Attor
ney Dunne. Judge I'stcc ordered the
case submitted on briefs. Mr. Dunne
Is to serve his brief on Hutch & SIM
man within three days, he promising tu
do r owlthln 18 hours, then the defen
dant's brief In reply Is to be served
on him within three days. Hatch &
SUllmnn filed nn affidavit of M M.
Kohn, n Juror, denying the allegations
of prejudice In the affidavit of Captain
I'ond to the motion for new trial.
LINE UP FOR FIGHT
Will Have Co-operation of Michigan
sure Brought On
Washington, Jan. 8. As soon as It
wns announced this moimng that thu
Ways and Means Committee had
agreed to begin hearings on January
16th on the matter of reducing tho Cu
ban tariff on sugar, tho membersof
tho California delegation met and dis
cussed the plan ot nctlon. All mem
bers wuro on hand and all were unani
mously In ravor of using every effort
to prevent tho reduction of tho Cuban
tatlff on account of tho damago that
would be done to tho sugar Industry.
No resolutions were ndopteu, but It
wus agreed that u member of tho dele
gation should be on hand at all meot
ings of tne Ways and Means Commit
tee and keep others posted. Repre
sentative .Met calf, wno Is a member of
the Ways and Means Committee was
stioug agalnBt any reduction. Tho
Michigan representatives met at tho
pamo time and adopted tho following
resolutions, which tho CalU'otnlana
and representatives from other beet
sugar States will be asked to Indorse:
"Resolved, That we, the Michigan
members of tho House of i.epresenta
lives of the United States Congress,
will unitedly uso our best endeavorH
tu sustain the sugar-beet industry In
Michigan and throughout tne United
States, and that we will testst uny at
tempts calculated to Imperil this In
Chairman Payne of the Ways and
Means Committee nenles that he has
expressed himself In favor of reducing
the ( uliiiu tariff, but from the course
of the lending Senators and the Admin
Inflation it Is evident that tremendous
pi ensure will no brought to bear on
the Ways und .Means Committee to re
pint a bill leiluclng the tuilfT. The
Cnllloinlu members were informed
that they would be granted plenty ol
time up to Kebrnury 1st to enter pro
Mrs. Naybor Well, what did your
husband say? Is he going to give ion
Mrs. Nearbye How did you Know I
had asked hlra'
Mrs. Nabor I couldn't help notic
ing the bad humor he was In when he
started to work this morning. Cath
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FAVOR III UI
NEW EXCLUSION SCHEME
NOT HIGHLY POPULAR
Roosevelt Favorable to the Lodge
Bill California Commission
Is Not Given Much
Wnshlncton. Jnn. S. The commit
tec of Pacific Coast representatives
met today to decide on a Chinese ox
clUBlun bill. Whilo tho suh-commltteo
that has been at work on the matter
had not definitely reported. It was gen
et ally thought that a bill re-enacting
the present laws would be favored
with additions from the Immigration
Itn, .nn hill Kn lilll. however, was re
potted. A communication was rccelv
ed from Samuel Qompers, president of
the American Federation or I.auor,
asking to bo heard on the exclusion
question, and the members of tho Cat
llornln Hxcluslou Commission were
In attendance to request a hearing, so
tho niniinltten decided tn nostnono no-
Hon for one week. In tbo meantlmo ; mission bo given the War Department
the sub-committee was Instructed tot contract with a stcaniBhlp company
hear Gompers and the California Com-1 to transport troops and supplies at a
mission, and report to tho general nxed annual sum. He thought tho tie
committee, which will meet next pnrtmenfs business would he nearly
Prom Interviews with members ol
the commlttco It Is clear that tho ten-
dency Is sttong to return to the plan
of re-enacting the present laws, with
out attempting to securo thu elaborate
provisions prepared by tho Immlgru-1
Hon Bureau. Two drafts of tho hills
are to be presented by Gompers and
the California Commission, which fol
low the general plan of re enacting the i
present exclusion laws tn oxtenso, add
Ing provisions for preventing tho Ghl-1
neso in the Philippines from enteilng
thu United States. The other Is the '
Lodge hill, merely removing tho tlma ,
limit from the laws now In effect and i
adding a Philippine provision. Thn '
sub committee, taking these bills and.
thu Immigration Ilurenii bill, will set I
ti, work during tho coming week to,
flame a measure that will combine tho '
best features of all.
It was tho -opinion of tho Pacific j
Const repiesentntlves, with the uxYon
tlcm of Loud, that thu labor leaders
and the California Commission should '
be given full hearings. Loud wns !
jsttuugly opposed to grunting them a I
I heating. He presided at tho commit I
I tee meeting, hut declined to hnvo Oom
! in is' communication road. All tho
othi'ih In the California delegation
tcol, the si and that the California
Commission should he heard In full,
even though It might not hu aide to
shed much light on tho subject Com
pers was Intensely Indignant over the
manner In which Loud treated his
communication, und tho members of.
the delegation shared to some extent
In tho feeling, as they said all sides
were entitled io a Hearing, it was
only owing to the strong stand taken
by Perkins, Kahn anil Melcnlf that
Loud consented to Invito tho Callfor-
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Pretty nenrly everything thnt jou
can think of In the harness lino Is In
cluded In our big display.
Kvery harness wc sell is a bargain,
and wc sell all kinds from light track
and road to heavy coach and team
harness. From no one else can you
get the harness vnlue we glvo you.
Our customers know this to bo it
fact You can know It If you will and
we arc determined you shall. ::....
Carriage Co., Ltd
to 6tnnrjenvvnld Building.
nla Commission to address the sub
After the general commlttco ad
Journed the sub-committee met, and
IMwaid J. Llvcrnasb and Truxton
Uenle of the Commission wcro given
a hearing. Llvcrnash and Ileale aft
erward had an Interview with tho
President, und said they found him in
favor of legislation on tho nlan of tho
! Lodge; bill. Another Interview wns
1 appointed for next Saturday, when
Rompers, Kuruseth, Llvcrnash and
Reale are to present the labor side of
.the quest Ion to the President. Tho
same parties are to have a conference
'with Senator l-odgo tomorrow morn
ing. It was also arranged that tho
stib-eommlttec should hear (lumpers
Washington, Jan. 9. Secretary Root
In going over Army questions before
ine tiousc committee on Military At
fairs today, made a strong plea for the
passago of a bill pcrm..tinK tho aban
donment of the transport service to
the Philippines. Ho based his argu
ment on two grounds, first, that tho
service was costing tho Government
tnoie than by contract with a trans-
pollution company, and second, that
the Government In Keeping tip tho
, service was preventing tho establish-
ment of commercial lines and the con
eequent development of commerce.
It Is Btnted that the transpott ser
vice costs $9,0tJ0,u00 a year, while the
name scrvico c-ouiu bo done by eon
J tract Tor about JG.000,000 or even less,
ISecretury Hoot recommended that ner.
Isttfllclent to put a new steamship llnet
"ora oan lTnnctsco to Manila on a
If"" " i'''k "". or ui lease ue in
tho nature of a subsidy to enable such
company to run long enough to build
up a piotitable business.
Tho members of the committee list
ened to the Secretary with close av
tentlon, and appeared favorably ills
posed toward the suggestion for eco
If the old saying, "All the vvotld
loves a lover," Is true, then the llcllon
In the Cosmopolitan for January
should be popular. Indeed. All tli'o
stories vary In treatment, plot an.i ac
tion, from Frances Couiteiiay Hayloi
churnilug story, "Cupid's Practical
JOKe, to Mauitcn Muaitens' strun
domestic tragedy 'Her Father's Wife."
but all have love for a central Hk me.
Jm eonaantratad Dronm
ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BLOOI
LUSS OF COLOUR.
RllTAII I a fru,.
t7 Uis Lcadlag PhjaUita
of all Couairtaa,
llfUUt Till w 5aut
aw mot CP.IHMJ.
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erybody who Is Interested nn
Invitation to come and sou it.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Mr l-'enger. manager of tho N S,
Sachs Co.. of Fort street, bus handed
In his resignation. While It bus no:
yet been octed on, It Is understood by
Mr. Kenger himself that It will be und
that, In nil probability, Mr. Sachs him
self will assume the managership.
Architects, Contractor and Bulldtrtv
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Boi ito
Geo. W. Pago. T.L til
F. W, Beardilee. P, O. Box 771
BEARDSLEE 5b PAQB
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annsz,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches- and Correct Estimate fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OV ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attend) to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alii
Office and residence, 312 Queen at,
near Government building.
li. P. BERTELMAN'S
16 - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance oi
King street. Orders left at either ihoi
or office at John Nott'a store, Klai
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
M, Cunningham. Jno. Schaef.r.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLC.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE AIERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
The pure juice of the grapefruit Tb
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing, fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71. i
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Offlco and Works, 601 Fort St,
Honolulu, T. ot H.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
6ct of 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at office ot . , ,
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The -Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for the Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
THI8 SPACt RE8ERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Tort and Queen Stt.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streeta, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
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