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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OE HAWAII, THURSDAY. JANUARY 23. 1902
I'kick 5 Okktb.
If the Exclusion Law
Is Made More
MINISTER WU OFFERS
SOME VEILED THREATS
United Slates May Receive Notice of
Termination of Commercial Treaties
No Apparent Opposition to
Washington, Jun. 13. China has en
tered a protest against the proposition
to make the exclusion laws nioro
btrlngent, and nt the same time h.is
given notice that the United States
must he prepared to face retulUtory
measures. The Chinese Minister gives
the United States to understand that
he may give notice of the termination
of the commercial tieatles now In
tone between the two countries, under
which the United States enjoys tho
rights of the most favored nation In
enuring vessels In Chinese ports with
the same tonnage dues as nie Imposed
on Chinese vessels.
It lannot be ascettalncd Just when
Minister Wu communicated with Sec
lotniy liny. Tho fact that he did bo
ciiuimiinicate has Just loukod out, and
while ret li once Is observed In the State
Department piaitlcal admissions have
been made that the Chinese Govern
ment 'has niado a protest.
ijmt week when Samuel (iompcrs.
preside nt or the American Federation
of Uibor.w Ithvpthcr labor leaders.uilled
on Senator Lodge to discuss exclusion
legislation. Senator Lodge advised
them to consult Secretary Hay bcfoic
lommlttlng themselves. They did so
mid were with tho Secretary of State
lulf an hour. They were Informed that
there were Indications of International
questions growing out of exclusion
legislation, but that nothing nioro
ioiiIiI be told them at the present time,
utid that perhaps within ten days more
Information tould be given them.
Since that time It has been learned that
the International question icferred to
Is Minister Wit's protest nnd veiled
tlueat that commercial treaties with
China will be brought to an end If the
Culled Slates enacts too stilngcnt ex
Under the C.resham tieaty of 1891
with China It Is provided that Chinese
merchants should have the same
rights as ofllclals, teachers, students
mid travelers to enter this country.
Th (exclusion laws, however, do not
strictly follow the lines of the Iteaty
In icspeet to merchants. They aic
Kiiriounded with mine icslrlctlons
than the other claskes. The CIiIiicbo
make strong complaint on this scoro
nnd are nfialrt that still more rigid
lines will be drawn. While Minister
Wirt eomniunlcatlon, of course. Is not
knowu lh full. It Is understood that
It Is Intended rather as a pmtest
against moie restrictive legislation
than ns n protest against the re-enactment
of the present laws.
"It stands to reason that we cannot
expect to get our share of trade In
China," said a high Government olll
dal todaj, "If we treat the people of
China vvoiso than any other people who
come to our shores; we must expect
letnllatlon. At the same time China
Is not nltogether In a position to ie
tallatc effectively, ll rests with our
selves whether we will antagonize that
nation commeiclally sons to loso trade
advantages. Her people may letallatc.
even though tho Government cannot
If wo want Chinese trnde, we must not
be too eager to enact loo rabid exclu
sion legislation. Of com be wo must
enact excltilon laws, but let them bo
within the lines of the piesent laws
rather than go to dangerous extiemes."
There was a pleasant party aboard
tho schootier Golden Shore last even
ing nt which many town people and
most or tho deep-water sklppeiB and
their wives were present. Tho eolo
buitlon was the result of n race riom
Newcastle to this port between tho
harhentlncs Alia nnd Newsboy ami
Hie schooners Golden Shoro and Im-u.
Ilprnrn lenvinc tho Colonics the cnu-
tulns of tho four vessels, which left
utmost together, mado an agreement
that they would present tho one or the
quartet arriving here first with a new
sill; hat. The Golden Shoro was the
(list in nnd Captain Ilasmiibsoii mid
111 j wife woro presented with a silk
hat and line gold brooch respectively.
Alter the presentation tho party en
Joyed a sumptuous supper und daiic
lug was Indulged In until a late hour
Cnptaln Hasmussen will wear the silk
hat which he won, when he goes to
tho Custom Houbo to cloar his ship
piloi to his departure for thu Sound.
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WW IS IMPROVING
San Francisco, Jan. II. The
condition of Delegate Wilcox who 4
has been III at his home, 1397 H. f
street N. V., for several days,
was reported to be unchanged list
night. Mr. Wilcox passed n, reft
less night nnd did not appear to
bo Improved this morning. He was
fairly comfortablo during tho day.
however, and some Improvement 4
Is looked for by tho nttendlng 4
physiclnus, although they state
that his condition Is serious and
that another hemorrhage may
prove fatal. Mr. Wilcox' Illness
Is diagnosed as stomach trouble.
J. W. IIRKCKON8.
44-f 4444-H-4-4 4 4 4-4-4444-4
Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. It!. Tho In
auguration of Governor A. 11. Cummins
took place nt 2 30 p. m. today with Im
posing ceremonies at the Auditorium
In the presence of (1000 people.
F0RAKER AND ALLISON
ARE EASILY REELECLED
Gorman is Returned from Maryland
McCreary Elected In Ken
tucky No Sharp
Annapolis, Md., Jan. 11. Former
United States Senator Arthur I'ue Gor
man was today re-elected to occupy thu
place In the Senate which he lost In thu
general elections four venrs ago ami
regained In November last. lie re
ceived eveiy Democratic vote In tho
Legislative Assembly. Congressman
William II Jackson was the Republi
can nominee. The vote stood' Senate
Goinian, 17; Jackson, 9. Huush
Gorninn, 51, Jackson, 43.
A Joint asembly will he held tomor
low. but It Is merely for tho purpose
of announcing the lesults, as required
by law. Gorman will take his seat In
March, 1S03, when Senator George 1..
Wellington will retlie.
Columbus. O.. Jan. It. The llousa
ami Senate of the Ohio Legislature bal
loted separately today for United
States Senator. Senators Joseph II.
Foinker, caucus nominee of the Repub
licans, received 21 votes in the Senate
to 11 tor Charles W. Haker or Cincin
nati, democratic nominee. In the
House Senator Foraker received Gfi
votes to 12 for Haker. The two
branches will meet in Joint session on
Wednesday and formally select Sena
Frankfort, Ky . Jan. 11. James II,
MiCreaiy was formally elected Senator
by the two Houses of the Legislation
today In separate Bcsslon. Tho vole
will be ratified In Joint session tomor
row. Tho vote In the House stood'
MiCrrnry, 71; Dcboe, 24. In the SenatO!
MiCreary. 23 ;IMioe. 11. Senator W
H. Cox, Republican, voted for ex-Gnv
ernor W. O. Hrndley.
Dos Moines. In.. Jan. 14. Senator
William II. Allison was nominated by
the Republican Senatorial caucus this
evening fur the posllim of rnilvl
States Senntor for the sixth conse
cutive term, und Senator Jonathan P.
Dolllver was nominated to succeed
himself nt the expiration of his ap
pointed term. Tho vote of the caucus
was unanimous In both places. The
election will take place on January 21.
K. C. Mnllau, ono or thu Iinvvallau
letter-carriers, appeared In the i'ollco
Court this forenoon on tho ehargo of
assault and battery on his wire. Ho
was repiesented by Attorney Mugnon,
while the prosecution wus attended to
by Attorney Do Holt. Tno de
rondaut pleaded guilty and the prose
cution, explaining that the defense hail
suggested u suspension of sentence,
asked that the Couit grant such u
Judge Wilcox called the woman he
fore him and tho latter stated that her
husband had both stiuek nnd kicked
her. An attempt at reconciliation was
made, but all tho while the woman was
maklug wry faces, and ut the end of
tho lecture, when the Judge suspended
sentence for six montns, she asked:
"Do I have to go back homo again und
live with that man?"
It Is understood that the case In the
I'ollco Court this forenoon was but the
preliminary to n suit ror divoiec that
will soon bo brought against Mnllau In
tho Circuit Court.
SHORTEN KIll'o TR1PI
President C. L. Wight or Wilder"
Steamship Company Is figuring on
plans for shortening the time of the
steamer Klunii from 1 1 1 lo. Ilusluess
men do not like tho arrival of the
packet In tho middle of Sutiudaj alt
ernooii, which Is consldeiahly of a
half holiday. Ono plan Is to carry
kerosene oil steam launches on hoard
the Klunii to hasten work or le-cetvlng
nnd disc barging pnssciigets ami
freight at landings. Another measure
under consideration Is tho dropping
out of Maalaea Day landing, making
McGregor's lauding the stopping
place for that section. This would
tend to divert tho Wnllnhii travel to
the Cluudlno at Kahuliil. It amounts
to nn average of about three cabin
and ten deck passengeis a trip.
Ull if WIFE
Two 38 Calibre Bullets
Enter in Region
TOLD SHERIFF BROWN
HE DID THE SHOOTING
Wounded Man Taken to the Hospital
Patrol Wagon--Dr. Wood
Expresses Little Hope
Thomas K rouse died at 12: Id j m..
after lingering along uijout two hums,
'tile two snots whicii he tired Into liu
body in tuc legion oi die heart proved
fatal us Di. vood stated upon bts ex
amination of tlie wounds. Ariangc
ments rur the Mucral will be made tills
Thomas Krousc, manager of the Ai
llngtou lodging house on Hotel stiect
ami u man well known In town com
mlted suicide nt about 10: 15 o'clock
It was shortly after this that a tele
phone message was received at the po
lice station Informing the authorities
that Mr. Krouse hud made an attempt
on his own lite. Sheriff Drown sum
moned the patrol wagon nnd huiilcdi
up to the lodging house.
Ho went to the place Indicated and
found Krouse lying on the floor of the
small combination kitchen and pantiy
at the back part of the building and
elose to ills bedroom. There wus a
pool of blood at his side and near IiIk
tight hand, lying on the Hour, was u
Smith A: Wesson .3S culibie levolver
with two empty shclU.
Dr. Myers happened to be In the vi
cinity of the lodging house when tho
tragedy took place and lie wus sum
moned quickly tu the room. Upon tho
appearance of Sheriff Drown, he ex
plained that Krouse was very badly
hurt and that immediate removal tu
the hospital would be necessary, Two
shots hud been llied, both entering tho
body In close proximity to the heart.
The olllccrs were called from thu
patrol wagon, Krouse wus placed on
tho stretcher und was soon on his way!
to the hospital. He was conscious but
too weak from pain and lots of blood
to say nothing whatever. I
Upon arrival ut the hospital, he
seemed to gain streiigth and Sheriff I
u- i t.i. . ... .'
oiunil lliuue up UlS IU1I1U cu gel SOII1U
Information. If possible. To his ques
tion, "What shot j on, Tom?" thu
wounded man replied: "I shot myself."
Sheriff Drown then asked: "What
you do It tor?" und the reply came;
"1 will tell ou by nnd by." That was
all tho conversation that took place.
Dr. Wood happened to be at tho hos
pital on the arilval or the patiol wa
gon and he took Immediate chaigc of
the patient. Later ou, he stated to
Sheriff liiown that there was very lit
tle hope ot recovery. He had alieady
located the bullet but there had not
yet been any attempt to extract it.
(1. W. Page, tho architect, who has
an ofllce In the Arlington, was the man
who telephoned to the police station
about the shooting and attempted sui
cide. He heard two shots and rushed
out into the hall to llud out what thu
matter was. One or the Japanese wo
men working In the building had al
ieady got to the place from whence tha
hound of shuts hud come and had found
Kiouse lying on tho Moor.
It Is a ilinicult matter to ascertain
just what led Mr. Krouse to attempt
suicide but It Is ceitaln that he must
huve been woirled Into such a state ot
mind ns to lender him Incapable ot
rational action. He Is not known to bo
financially embarrassed. Family trou
bles coupled with the fact that within
a bhoit time past he has been suffering
from an acute attack of heart disease,
might have led Mr. Krnuso to Him rusii
act. There Is no doubt that he meant
to mnkc sure of killing himself, this
from th ofact that two shots were llred.
On Sunday afternoon, his heart
troubled him so that he called In a doc
tor. Fiom that time on. he complained
dally to men living In the Arlington
that he was suffering gieat pain In the
region of the heart.
Mr. Love of Hulstcad & Co., received
In todav's mall a letetr fiom Librarian
W. C liano of Harvard an acknowl
edgement r the receipt of the Indus
trial edition of the livening Bulletin.
HAWAII STOCK quotations
Following mo the closing quota
tions on the San Francisco board, Jan.
liana Plantation 2T ..
Hawaiian Commercial 31 10
Houokaa lu'.i; ..
Hutch S. P 119, ..
Kllauea 9'i UVi
Makawell Mt?6 2TU
Ononiea 23'i 2iU
Paauhau lo'.;. 11
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If MOTp ill
tondon, Jan. IB. Tho D.illv 4
t Mall says that at tho Cabinet 4
council held .Monday It was deter- 4
4- mined that steps should be taken 4-
to prevent the ruin of the Weit 4
f Indies. "We understand this tu 4
mean," says the Dally Mall 'that 4
the llrltlsli delegates will be able 4
4- to announce at the HrusscU con- 4
4- fcrence that unless sugar boun- 4
4- ties arc abolished Great lliltaln 4
will prepare to Impose n conutei- 4
vailing duty on bounty-prodm cd
4 sugar ' 4
EMPRESS DOWAGER IS
PLAYING AT OLD GAMES
Respect for Foreigners Caused Largely
By Fear Court Corruption
Peking, Jan. II. The first uitk of
the rehabilitation of the Chinese couit
and of Its resumption of authority' at
the capital has been a period of intense
Interest tor all classes or Chinese mid
roielgners, but the week has lurdl)
sufficed to furnish proofs from which
deductions regarding the policy of thu1
Kmpiess Dowager under the new con-!
dltlons run he drawn. That she gov
eins as absolutely as before the at
tempt to crush piogiess. nnd that she,
recognizes that toirlgn Interest audi
opinions must be lespected Is uppa
icnt. That conshlciutloiis othci than'
the fear Inspired by the evldnue of i
foielgu domination actuated hei will
continue to be questioned by th.- Chi
nese ollli'luls nearest the tliioni and by.
foielgiieis, unless time piows tin con
Two powers are gaining as. on. Iain y
in the councils of the Dowagci IJm
piess The Hist of these Ik Yuan Shi
Kal, who Is pro-fore Ign tu extent of up.
proilullug the strength of foi.Ugn na
tions mid the necessity for China's
adoption or the Instruments bv which
such strength was attained The sec
ond power Is Yung I.n. the Imperial
Treasurer, who In the most lulliicntl.il ,
among the advisers of the llmpies-i'
Dowager, who Is bltteily hostile tu lor-1
clgners but who Is temporarily im
pressed with the advisability of eon-
dilating them. Yuan Shi Kal. tlmj
Governor of CSI-II piovlnce. huvlng 10.-,
000 or 12,0011 or the best tumps In Chi
na In and about the capital. Is thu
personage the Kuipiess Dowager must
It Is not yet appealed that the mod
ernisation or the court Is more than
skin deep All the old methods of
eoi million und Intrigue ror ollhe. the
pun base or favors and bribery to se
em e audiences, havo been resumed
with a vigor Indicating that olllrlal
dum Is tiylng to make up foi lost time.
Washington. Jan hi. -The bill tor
the ro-eoluago of the silvei coinage ol
Hawaii, Introduced by Representative
Hill or Connecticut, was today favor
ably ueted upon h) the House Com
mittee cm Coinage, Weights and Meas
ures. Some opposition wps developed,
the Democratic menibeis urging' that
the sliver dollars should not lose their
Identity as such by being re-colued In
to subsidiary coinage. The vole on
thu hill was S lo 3. the Democratic
members voting lu the negative.
The hill, as reported, piovliles that
nil or the silver coins or Hawaii shall
he lecelved at pur 111 payment or Gov
ernment dues to Hawaii or to the
United Stntes. After being leeched
the cniiiH shall not again be put into
(liculutlon but shall he sent to San
Francisco to he rccolncd into subsi
diary silver. The expense or shipment
from Hawaii Is home liy the United
States and this Is the only expense In
volved. There Is about j7j.0on ol
silver circulating In Hawaii, most ot
11 in sliver Hollars.
SPORTS AT CORONATION
London. Jun II. The papers here
announce that the loionatioii of King
IMwnrd will be marked uy an Interna
tional tournament In Loudon, In which
the world's champions In boxing,
wruMllug, fencing auQ o...cr branches
of spoit will cumpetn. Jeff lies. Fit,
slnimons, Corbott. Sharkey and Me.
Coy are said to be likely to appear, p
addition to umntuiir boxers from Yale
and Harvard, who will meet repie-sen
tntlves of Oxford nnd Liimbrlilge. Ono
of the largest hulls In Loudon has al
ready been ptociued.
The winner of the heavyweight box
ing contest Is to reieivo. in addition to
tho stakes, a "coronation belt." valued
nt Ct'iOO, vvhli h will be the girt or the
National Sporting Club. A tugor-wiit
between soldiers lepresentlng the
British nnd American armies is said
to lmvo been ananged. while the
slicing men ot those couutiles and
France. Germnuy nnd Russia will nlsj
appear. The tavato will be pitted
against the list. Large pi Ires It Is
announced, will be awaided to the
Telephono the FVLWLNG IIULI.i:
TIN, Main 2fG, If von havo books to be
made, printing to bo dono, etc., etc..
l. mil wo will call. Wo hnvo men thai
know their buslnes for that purpose
STATUTES 1ST IE
UNITED STATES COURT
Judge Estee Refuses to
Approve of Any
STRICT RULING MADE
IN BANKRUPTCY CASE
German Subject Naturalized- -Another
Demurrer in Allen vs. Lucas
Foreclosure Patrick Welsh
Defends His Marriage.
Judge Hstee In the United State
District Court strictly maintained nd
bcicuce lo the statutes in a bankrupt
cy case this morning, tin the apllca
Hon of Wade Warren Tliajtr, attoi
ney, he appointed W II. Johnson, D
II. llurnele antd C. It. Ilemenway ap
pialsois to appraise the real property
of J. T. Schneider, baiikiupt. It camu
out that Referee Fleming had appoint
ed two appraisers rur appraising the
'I he Couit reminded the attorney of i
u pieUoui ruling that appraisers must I
be appointed by the Court ami lepoit' lu' ' at a lo,, to knmv ll0w ,lle report
to tnu Court All Thayer would have' e-rlglnated that his errnnd was con
to inovl bv petition ror the appoint-, ''''' ,ei1 nltl1 ,,ie rouIiU-H of the dirndl
me.nl of the peiecinal propel ty appi.iis-"11 Hawaii. Mr. Castle had no partlcu.
cis. It appeal. .1 that e appointed '" business to trammel In San Fran-
bj the releiee vveie chosen as expeits ' l!,c0' '"" '" """fr ' a question oa
and had peirorined their woik. Judge' Hawaiian Interests there, said:
Uslee said it was nol lu .icccnduiue I '','Plo me still afraid of our se
wlth the btalulvs, anil thu Couit ..oniil rlll. but why they should be so I
not endUse miv liiegul.irlty. 'lllie imtiot understand. The situation held
icterce had sluipl) mer-iulcd thu ' llult lf anvthlng dirferent rrom
(joint. what It was two years ago I dnu'l
Mr. Thavei explained lh.it the up- believe even ficc sugar from Cuba
pralsers In question weie appointed ' "1'1 '"'" the Industry heie. It would
before the older of the Couit In Hut' i,",lM,,,y i'""' c l''' ""K'T le
icgard had been made. i """les on the Mainland to stop. Yes.
"That makes no dllTeience." Judge """ consumption of sugar Is constantly
Kstee lemarked. "The Court will not Increasing, and tho European bountr
approve of anything not done lu con- RP"i ' "omul to tie abolished. Tha
fortuity with the bankruptcy law." advanced methods of production lr.
Richard K. Ilagemann. a subject of Hawaii will enable the Industry to tide
Ucimuny. was made a citizen of the ovfr " Sreal d' of '"J1'" clrcum
United Stales uud ma) be counted out b,an('t'8.
of the celebralois or Kmpt'lor WU-
Ham's furtj -tlilnl blithd.iy on Mondav
Muishal Hendry lias money In hand
to p.i) all of the Federal Juiors or the
presi nt term who have ot alie-idy re
ceived their fees, lie deslics them to
step up to the counter In the Mm shal'i
ollhe. Ilrst door to the left. tiausverbC
coriblor. lower Moor, Judlelury build
ing lu the mortgage foieclosiirc suit of
Allen vs. Lucas, defeiidaut Albeit il
l.ii.as by his gnat dl.in ad litem, J. J.
Dunne, has cntcicd a deuitiirer. It says
It Is Impossible to tell f i.m the kkii-
plaint the scvci.il Intercbts or Thiimas I
It. Lucas and Ljilla C. Lucas in ths !
leal estate mentioned. The same thing
Is said about the bcveiul Interests of I
the live minor defendani .. runner. '
II Is decl.iieil Impossible to rrionellc!
Hie allegation that Thomas It. Lucas I
....I I .-.ll.. I ...... ....... ... .1... !.....
'"" "' '"" """. ' ""
of making the pieteuded mortgugg,
possessed In fee simple of the pioperly
with the other allegation that the IUh
Illinois c l.ilmed mi ebtuui in icmainder,
n the pioperly. Again, the eomplalut
s characterized us "iiuiblBUOiia, uu -
Intelligible ami uiiccitulu, in this that
It Is wholly impossible 10 tell thi'ie-
iioiii vviieiner die promissory not
theieln mentioned Is tho proinlssoiy
note of l.jdl.i C. Lucas and Thomas U.
Lucas-, oi of all ot the above-memlou-'
An answer has been filed by Patrick.
Walsh to thu complaint of his child
wife ror annulment of marriage. Plain.
tiff sued us .lacliithu J. Walsh (a lulu
cut, by J. P. Rodrlgiiuu, her next'
f i lend. Defendant "admits that, ul
Wal.ilun. Island or Oahu, iu the Terri
tory or Hawaii, ou the 13th day or Oc
tober, 11)01 ( n certain marriage was
celebiateil between the said Jarlutlu
J. Walsh uud himself, tliu said Pat
lick Walsh, and that the ceiemuuy
theieof was performed by the Reverend
Father Hoi man Scluud, but he denies
that said marihigo wus only a pretend
ed marriage, hut hu bays that said
maniage was entered into In good
faith ami was and Is legal uud valid lu
all respects, uud that the same Is lu
Paulo Luuo vs. Julia Ac bleu, bill to
set aside and eiiniel a deed, was set
for healing tomorrow bv Ju'dge Hum
AR ZONA COCKTAIL.
Albuqlierciue Citizen I
The "Arizona cocktail" is described
as a mix'urc ot vitriol ami htlnistnue
stlired with the tall or a Gl'a monster
ami scived with a hud or a Jiins in
stead or a iheirv.
London Jan. Id A strong belief
pievnlled In llnancial circles here late
toda.v Cunt negotiations tor peace had
been leopeiiecl net ween (lie leading
Boils mid tin llrltlsli C.o eminent
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
defense i uiidThod ma
4- Washington. Jan. 13. Sei re-4-
tary Hoot has sent to Congress
4- estimates ot $307.00(1 Tor the do-4-
fenses of the Island ot Guam
and ..J0.000 ror the defenses of
Hawaii The defenses of Guam
are lo Include a seaco.ist battery.
4 $142,000 .defensive sites. $15,000.
and torpedo batteries, mines, etc.,
4- $133,000. The defenses of Hawaii
4- are to Include those ubout llono-
lulu and Pearl Harbor General
4 Gllllsple. chief of engineers, stntes
4 In tho estimate, that these de-4-
fensrs are urgcntl) needed to pro-4-
tect the newly m quired territory
or the United Stntes. and to pre-
vent the Interruption of cable
4- communlcatiiin. these islands lie-
lug In the line of the projected
HAWAIIAN SUGAR INDUSTRY
IS NOT IN GREAT DANGER
Comments of W. R. Castle, Jr., on
State of Feeling in San Fran
cisco in Hawaiian
W. It. Cnstle Jr.. who returned homo
n Hin Ventura, was not doing L'plsco-
pal church politics nt all on the CoasL
HAS SICK MATE
The whaling bark Johu and Wln
hiop in rived off port th's morning
""" S,m Kraiiclscfj. which port she
left on the 2Sth or last month. Captain
I W .T Macomber cumo ashore with
I fourth olllcer IJiton who Is suffering
fiom some disease uf tho c'yes. The
vcshcI called here tu get medical as-
la,il"' '"r Ui "an
Captnln .Macomber repents that on
tho way down whales wore sighted
u'ue h,,t "" r"',t,,ro "la,Ie- A" 8l' a
""' (1(H",r lla8 ''"'''I i"t courbe
for ""' ,r('"t"lf'l1 "' l.ayton"s eyes the
l,,"rk wl." """ "Ba,n for a "r"lhc "n'lrr
""""' ll,'"'lll """' ' ""-" Jai'JU bca.
"Stop the Hhln."
Jm.t the Venttua had hauled
nway riom the Oceanic wharf und was
nbout lo start for the oiinnnol this
foieuoou, two young men, breathless
and pale, airlved on the wharf and
''r"'1 0,lt' "Caiitaln. captain, stop tho
l ""'l'"' For awhllo It looked cry
in. i. ll ud ll nil- iiiiiih llll'll WCMIIIl DO
leit behind, hut It wns unnlly nrranc-
eu inai (lie pilot I coat slioulcl come
ashore nnd get them. One of the fe.
lows was so frightened that he could
hardly climb lip the rope ladder.
For rates on pnecages
and valuables to all
parts ot the woi Id ring up
U0U Crrm 9 On Cvnrnnn
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TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American Mes
PATENT IDEAL KID
Huve nil the beauty nf patent leather with the vvcnrlnjl
qualities! anil cniniorU of kid, ns not and smooth as
velvet. Always polished. Pull Htoek of nil slcs on huiul.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
IOIST PORT ST.
Consummation of Kewalo
Drainage at Last in
NEW WHOLESALE LIQUOR
LICENSE FOR HONOLULU
Complaint Against Assistant Harbor
Master Under Investigation
Saloon License for Kakului
oDnlzcns of Kewalo may prepare to
light lion II res of rejoicing. Dr. Slag
gett has It up to him to provide a box
of cUars for tho next meeting of the)
Hoard of Health, the reporters to dure
the contents under the principle of
publicity so manfully piopouudcd h)
Attorney General Dole,
Kewalo Is to be drained forthw lib.
James 11. lloyd, Super'cicndent of
Public Works (may bis tha low neve!
grow less). Informed a Uulleiln repor
ter thli afternoon tint arrangements
had been made whereby the construc
tion or the Maklkl ultcU would oc un
ilei taken early In February. W, II.
Wright. Treasurer, bem with Mr.
lloyd when he said it, llieic U no fear
but the money Is iu ihjht.
The ditch will begin at Lunalllo
stieet and run by way of Kuplolant
street down through thu swamp land
ol Kewalo to tho sea.
Wolters, Wnldrou & Co. are goliu
into the wholesale liquor business,
their application for a llccuso having;
been approved by the jxccutlvo cuun
M.ufarlaue & Co. vvcro refused a
transfer of their saloon licunbo back
to Kahuliil from Wailuku on Its ex
piration the llrst ot April. Its loca
tion was formerly at Kahnlul, but tho
plague tires drove the taloou out. Sim e
the rehabilitation of Kabulul a light
wine and beer llcenw has been located
there, which Is an cflettua. bar ngainar
a saloon In the same place under tho
Superintendent lioyl subiiittcj lo
the council nn agreement between thu
government and tho Kona-Kau Rail
road Co., in aceordauce with the con
clusions reached at the previous moot
ing. It was approval.
A letter of complaint rrom C. Draw
er & Co. was also prcs-ntcd by Super
intendent lloyd. It recited that, uwlns"
to the alleged IncompeieLcv ot Assist
ant Harbor .Master Marx, tho bark An
drew Welch collided with Cotton llros.
& Co.'s dredge, causing damage ( for
which a claim of $131.73 had bitn pre
fer led against the complaining corpo.--ntlon.
Mr lloyd said after the meet
ing, that the matter was being Inves
tigated and no action would be taken
on the complaint until the blame could
be placed tor the nclc'ent.
SUGAR PltlCLS RODUCCD.
Now York. Jan. 14. All grades of
leflned sugar were reduced today by
the American Sugar Refining Company
and the Independent refiners. Oracles
Nob t to 11, Inclusive, werp cut Ave
points, nnd tho rest of Rio list ten
i: It. Hath, tho plumber, nnd II. W.
llailli, Honolulu Sheet Metal Works,
desire lo Inform their Mends and tho
business community tnat tuey nre. sot
associated In business or In any other
wny with W. II. llarth. Similarity In
the names has given rise to certain
unpleasantness, and friends nre re
quested to use nioro care regarding
their statements. C. It. HATH.
II. W. IIARTII.
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