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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., THUtlSDAY. JAN. 30, 1902
Situation mill Help Wnntccl
WANTED Hy a German 22 years of
nee, position as ilrlvcr of any Unci,
well acquainted with city and out
tide districts: nlso engineer helper
or oiler. Addiess. German, this of
WANTED 1'osltlon by young man ns
coachman or any kind of work. E.
V. A. C Bulletin. 205G1W
WANTED Position by young experi
enced man as bookkeeper or sales
man: best of reference. Address
H. 1)., Uulletln. 2034-lw
YOUNG man. speaking English nnd
French, desires situation as clerk,
bookkeeper or salesman; best rcr-'
erences. F, J. 8 Uulletln. 2053-lw
WANTED lly an experienced nc
countant, n sltuntlon in the city;
has been 13 years on plantations in
these Islands, but now Intends to re
main In Honolulu; first-class refer
ences. Address I. X. L, Uulletln of
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping,- writing,
grammar, etc.; day or eve.; 3 mo.
S. A., this office .'
WANTED lly young man. experlonc-
ed as bookkeeper or clerk, position;
first-class references. Address I'. O.
i. or 20521W
WANTED lly n young man from tho
Coast, position as shipping clerk;
best references. II. 13. G., Bulletin.
WANTED By young married man,
work of any kind. C. F, Bulletin.
WANTED Position by young woman
as nurse or governess for children.
A. C. Bulletin
WANTED Position by young man as
bill clerk. It. A., Bulletin.
WOULD like position ns watchman
nr norter by mlddlonged man. F. I
WANTED Position ns night watch
man; best or references, ndustrl
oils. Bulletin. 2031-lw
EXPERT Japanese, first-class cook,
wants situation, housework and
small washing. K. O., Bulletin.
FIRST-CLASS lady piano teaclier, i
easv method, will tnko pupils reas-
onablc. P.. this offlco. 2032-lw ,
GARDENER Oerman. practical, un
derstands gardening in all Its
branches, wnnts situation; private
family. H. F Bulletin. 2032-lw
AN Eastern gentleman desires to give
private lessons in English branches
at pupils' homes. Address C. H,
Bulletin office, 2032-lw
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Perllne.one Insertion 15c
Per line, two intertlons 25c
Per line, one week 30e
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This is the cheapest advertising
iver offered the people of Honolulu.
LADIES wishing to commence Instruc
tions this month on tho American
Queen Ladles' Tailor System, I. X.
1... this ofllce. 2032-lw
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
post-Ion as guardian, postofflco offi
cial or any other position ot trust.
Hoi..ilulu Investment Co. 2031-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
WANTED Two rooms, itirnlshed or
unfurnlsned. lor light ousekceplng.
B. L. Benbow, care il. H. T. & L. Co.
WANTED -A bookkeeper. Address
N. X., ca.t) Bulletin offlce, giving rcr-
erences and stating salary.
WANTED A small dynamo, from
about 10 to 30-llght capacity. Ad
dress L. P., Dulletln office, lslw
WANTED Furnished cottage, at
once; C to 0 rooms; must bo cen
trnllv located. Partfculare to "Col
tase," this olllce 2'lj4-2t
TWO or three rooms In vicinity of Em
ma Square or thereabouts, not to
exceed $15, for light housekeeping;
best of rererenco. E., liuiletln.
VANTED Property owners to know
that plato glass can bo Insured trom
any lorm ol brcaKago ai ine no-
rmlnlii Investment Co. 2051-tf
WANTED Second-hand Hat-top desk,
with draweis at both sides, leather
on top preferred. Address Desk,
Bulletin office. 2050-lw
VANTED fi'0 men to Bhavo for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St.; five whlto bar
i o LET Newly furnished rooms, sln
glo or en suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Berolanla St.
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Sirs.
SlcConncVs, Garden lano. 2055-tf
TO LET Furnished front room In pri
vate family. Apply 708 Klnau St.,
bet. Alapal and KaplolanI,
TO LET A good four-room cottage.
with kitchen, bath room and moaern
plumbing, on slope of Punchbowl;
good garden nnd excellent view of
city and ocean. Apply to A. H. It.
Vlelra, 1441 Sillier St., above ritncn
TO LET Cottages off School St. nr. j
Nuuanu, $15 and $17. On Insane.
Asylum road, $12.50 and $0.50. P.
E. B. Strauch, 32 Campbell block.
31C Fort St. 2051-lm
TO LET Tloomy hath tub, with either
hot or cold wator anu nil modern i
Improvements 'all at Silent Bar-1
ber Shop. 2019-tf
TO LET Ttesldenro of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl. furnished good bathing;
vacant January Kith. Apply Water-
bouso & Pod morn, Bethel and King.
Ails, will be Inserted I!lc.
YOUNG man, 30 years of ago, desires
position ns night watchman. Henry
Kaumal, yueen cor. aouiu i.
WANTED Two young ladles for can
dy store; references. It. T., Uulle
WANTED Herman girl to take caro
of children. I. II.. Uulletln.
WANTED Young girl to do general
housework. A. SI., Uulletln.
FOR RENT Large furnished room,
with use or kitihen. nlso other
rooms. Fort St. House, cor. Vino
yard. 2038 lw
most now. Enquire 1B05 rort S
A medium sized black
sired by Son of Sutan;
shows Sliced. Apply Jim Dodd,
lleuch l'lace. 2057-tf
FOR SALE Cheap Near electric
car line, n nearly new modern C
room cottage, lot 60x100; electric!
lights, porcelain bath, sanitary
l,,,l,ln,r trwiia ,in crmtnil: S20II
cash, balance on mortgage and In-
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Ftaltmonts. AtUlrosa J. II. Cum-
inlngB, Postolllce. 20oelt'
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FOR SALE-Callfornia canary ''-'-
fine singers. Enquire Jiauamo i.nm- h. G. MIDDLEDITCH SIgr.; Cora
bert, ror. Vineyard nnd Punchbowl. mcrclal Law and Adjustment Agon-
2053-lw I cy; rooms 10-10 Slagoon bid, Tel. 328.
FOR SALE Furntturo of 6-room cot-
tage. all first-class; easy terms;
nrlvllcee of renting cottnge. En-
qulro first cottago on Emma Square.
FOR SALE CHEAP 18-year leaso of
newly built cottnges and 1 newly
built stable (00x50 feet) on Pauoa
road, near bridge, with following In
cluded; 0 lino horses, 1 surrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair slnglo harness, 1
pair double harness, 1 carrlago pole.
A bargain at J3500. Inquire of JOS.
FIltAS, Fort Street, opposite Hack
FOR SALE House nnd lot, desirable
location on Prospect Street, nnd
commands fine view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Wnlanao moun
tains. Houso lins 70-foot veranda
and contains following rooms: Don-,
bio parlor, dining room, three bed-1
looms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stables and ser
vants' quarters on promises. Yard '
laid out with fruit trees, some of .
which are hearing. Slzo of lot ICOx .
120 feet. To bo sold on easy terms.
Inquire or JOS. Fill AS, Fort Street,'
opposite Hackreld's. 2051-2W
FOR SALE A fine, old fashioned koa
tnble. in cood condition. Innulre nt 1
I.lllha St., No. 1047, thteo doors
nbovo School St.
FOR SALE Furniture for live-room
houso, with privilege- of renting. En
quire at For Kent sign Aloha lane.
ELEGANT mahogany folding bed, B. ;
II. carpet, couch, chairs, dishes, etc i
Address A.. Bulletin. 2052-lw j
FOR SALE Farm of 10 ncres, with
house, all Improved nnd fenced, nt
Honoknn. Hawaii. $1500. Lot. Ko
unlo, 50x100, $800. Houso and lot.
King St.. 00x120, $3000, part mort
gage, part rash. Leasehold, 20 years
on King St., nr. I.lllha, 77x200.
House and lot SInnoa Valley, 77.x
200, $1200. Inquire S. Decker, with
W. W. Wright, King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horse
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. D, Bulletin.
1 o09 tf
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress IL SI.
Duncan, at Bulletin of-1991-tf
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"Talula," nB sho now lies In the har
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, in
perfect working order, and has been
of late used la towing at Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle.
Apply nt this office, 2035-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suilo. large, airy
rooms; table board If desired. 141
Bcrotanln St. lslw
NICELY furnished room, central loca-
...... .... .
lion, wuu or wuuoui iioaru, ior iwo
gentlemen. Inquire Bulletin ofllce.
WANTED Sunny room for gentle
man, with board preferred; central
ly located; one with fam..y musical
ly Inclined; state terms. W.. Bulle
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms renonahle 1930-tf
-ST Small Shetland mare (recent
ly clipped), branded on right hind
leg Y . Hcturn to S. F. Chilling
worth, cor. Nuunuu and School Sts.;
LOST A German Dachshund (fe
male), brown color, answers to namo
"Nega"; suitable roward for return
ing to H. A. lscnborg, cor. Wilder
Ave. and Punahou St. 2055-3t
LOST Breastpin, Ivy leaf surrounded
by diamonds; roward.
LOST Slany thousands of dollars
through negloctlng to havo stock
Btilllclently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. ropresent four of tho
strongest firo Insuranco companies.
LOST A small silver watch.wlth gold
chain; Initials L, T. on watch. Re
turn to ..awallan Hotel. Roward.
FOUND Tho Canton Slnrlno Insur
ance Offlco. Ltd., at Honolulu In
vestment Co. 2051-tf
A. G. CO RREA Attorney at law; 68
Slerchnnt St.. next to postolTlco; Tol.
F. M. DROOKS ..ttorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. .Mnin a-H.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna
humanii St ; Tol. o81 SInln.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorncyat-Law,
loo Kaahumann St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attornoy-nt-law;
, M. LONG Olllces 3.-33 Campbell
bldg.: Tel. SInln 278.
E. J. WALKER Coffco Broker; room
4. Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1188 Union St, opp.
Pacific dull! sundries, etc.
MeDONALD LANGSTON Contract.
ors nnd Builders; 11-8 union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO.
Fine cnrrlages, wagons, harness
nnd whips; Bcrctanla near Fort 8t.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELkS BUILDING, GIG Slitter Street.
( n Li J rt I r!-. I'mn slArnn
23-27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel.
..... r-soT-tJ-tMO AMI-. ..fllllOTMCMT
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DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting,
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lege '92; Slasonlc Temple; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Itoom 3. Mott-1
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to i p. m. '
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Berctnnta St.;
offlco hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice
dress patterns, flno linens, white
goods, laces and trimmings, lllch
urils near Hotel St.
w qeAKBANE Card engraving and
Btnrnping; room 2, io bldg.
PACIFIC TRANSFEP CO.
Main 58 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mgr.
NIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Fort St.; tci. wniio si nnu .Main i
MERCHANTS PAfiCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St.. opp. Wnverley blk.j Tel.
021 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd,
C. A. SCH M I EDTE Baggage express
nnd dravaco: Tel. White 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; oilier, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3111 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
SIcn's Institute, meets overy second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEAS Berctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Sailor &
Wnltv; 712 Fort St.. Orpheum bile;
Tel. C81 Blue.
F AVEIROS Oroccrlos;
Walklkt of Emma St.
SUIT AGAINST CARNEGIE
Now ork, Jan. 18. Andrew Came-
gle will bo made a party to a suit fol
property valued at $2,000,000, which
will bo brought against tho wife ol
his brother by heirs or Robert Staf
ford, tho sea Islaiiu cotton king, says
the World. Papers In the action have
Just been prepared In this city. The
suit will bo to secure title to Cumber
land Island, oft tho coast or (leoreln,
which Carnegie and his sister-in-law
have made a beautiful park and mid
sea home. Tho fact that tho Stafford
heirs had any claim to tho property natlclsm about tho games and the rub
was discovered by nccldent. lilsh written against tho games, that
in mo papers on mo in mo enso n is
alleged that Itobert Stafford bought
the Island now In dlsptlto In 1848.
had $300 at that tlmo and went to the
Island to raise cotton. In tho second
yenr of his work there ho was mat
rlcd. Ills wlfo was Elizabeth llama
by, famed as "Tho Whlto Slave." Sin
was employed by a Georgia nlanter
nnd her ancestors were white, but sho !
nau uccn som into siuvcry uuu uu
action was pending a . uo time to so-
cure her ireedom. Itobert Stafford
fell In lovo with her, purchased het
freedom and mado her his wire. It Is
tho descendants of this woman and
Itobert Stafford who aro now contend
Ing for the $2,000,000. The propertj
was sold by an executor of tho Hrr
ford estnte. . ornoys mado a trip tn
St. Slary's, where tho deed was mi
file. Tho deed is Clearly defective,
thoy soy. Tho Carncgles paid $!5,0i.
for tho iBland.
MILLION INHUflAINCn PAID.
Now York, Jank 20. The following
dispatch has bene received here and
published In tho morning papers: "St
Paul. January 19. A check amounting
to $1,000,000 has been received hero ror
payment of the policy on the II fo ol
Frank II. Peavoy, the late Minneapolis
millionaire. It Is said to bo the largest
..I. i. ..- ,i..,n i .h nm f o
,., . .,,., ,,. .,,, . which aro not held by tho body or the
life Insuranco risk." This check wa church Ho 8ayB that much of tho
bent to tho Pcavey estate by the Mu- prPBent teaching Is evasive and most
tual Life Insuranco Company of Now 0( the Sunday school teaching Is al
York. .most farcical and entirely Inadequate.
Tho Congressional directory has n Freo silver Is played out. ThuB free
scoop. Chaunccy SI. Depow's autobl- trado Is tlTo only Issue that Is left for
ography contains this announcement: tho Democrats to conjure with. Loolc
"Married, December, 1901, to SIIbs out for all kinds of calamity shrieks
May Palmer." and shouts. Cleveland Leader.
CITY 8HOEING SHOP J. W. SlcDon
nld. Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
HARNES3 AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, 1. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8H0P Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; 1'. O. box 731.
REIS QUINN King St., near Fortj
Tel. 290 Slain.
HAIRDRESSINQ AND MANICURING.
MIS3 M. E. WYNN nichards near
Hotel St.; hnlrdrcsslng. shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; 'icl. 621 Illuo
THOS. LINDSAY Slfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novcltlcB.
St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Sluslc furnished; Mctropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg., Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 201 Slain.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. next to Lovo
bldg.; choice lino of new millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Uuttcrlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POUL8EN minting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
OR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso nnd
Thoat; offlce at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary. Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HOGGINS Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakca
St., lately occupied by Dr. Slurray;
offlro hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. ii.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Bcrctanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 821.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
nlso to grant marriage licenses;
58 SIcrchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Itcnl cstnto hand
led to best ndvantngo: houses rent
ed; loans negotiated; houses built
at lowest prices; 32 Campbell block.
31(1 Fort St.; Tel. SInln 278.
AMY LENNON Stcnogrnphy and
typewriting; 13 Kaahumann Bt
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nil
I uanu, Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing. Elks IiUIk, CIC Sillier St.
J. P. RODRIGUES Slerchnnt tailor;
722 Fort St., opp. nackfcld 'bldg.
GROTE CRAMER Tailoring nnd
repairing. Union, nenr Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker and
embalmcr; Fort St.. opp. Club Sta
bles; Tel. 52 Stain; res.. 1482 White.
I J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
I chrnnnrnpter mnknr: 79 Slerchnnt 8L
KIPLING JS ROASTED
London, Jan. 18. Andrew l.nng
joins the long list of critics of Ilud-
yard Kipling's poem, "The Islanders,
with a scathing denunciation of the
author's personality. Sir. Lang takes
the character In "Stalky & Co.," gen
erally supposed to bo Kipling hlmsolf.
holds him up to dorlslon-for his "un.
ntliletlc brutality," and concludes:
"Tho Americans notoriously excel In
many games, like tho Australians.
Surely they are nono the worse for
that. It Is not the games, but tho fa
w0 have to regret.
Whenever nny officer remotely coiv
nccted with cricket or football Is kii
cd or wounded In South Africa several
of tho papers now always sardonically
refer to him as another "muddled oaf
or "llannolcd foo,," utter Kipling's
nunnirr Tim urTiinniCTP
bHULKS lHc AIL 1 ItUill-) 1 J
wnmsu, juu, h.. .m. nnwu-iw
aid will say tomorrow: Prof. Charles
w. Pearson of tho chair ot English
literature In the Northwestern Unl-
vorslty, which is conducted undor
Methodist auspices, Iibb tnrown a
uomu nto tho ranks ot Slothodlsm In
Kvnnntnn. thn nent nf llin nnlvnrnltv
uy giving out for publication n Btnte-
ment of his belief that Biblical Infalll-
blllty Is a superstitious and hurtful
tradition, nnd that the Biblical stories
of Christ's bringing tho denu to life, o
h'8 T,alli,nR,?.? 'i10 wa";r i""1 of fcc1;
Ui? . !
,0 and untrue.
iroressor Pearson declares that the
policy of tho Methodist Church Is one
or Inactivity, obstruction nnd Jesultl
cal silence on tho views In which th
lenders and scholars ol tho church
havo gradually como to believe, but
IS. HOFFMAN'S P
HER CHINESE SERVANT
Two Nieces in Hawaii are Given the
Real Estate and With Other
Relatives Share Personal
William O, Smith presents for pro
bate the will of the late Maria Louisa
Hoffmann, In which he Is named as
(xeculor. Pie Mtnto Is wnrt:i S37,!f"0,
ctnslstlng of land at Wylllo onJ Neu
mann streets valued ut $10 000. home
stead In Wylllc flreet at $9000, aiid
personal estate of mocks, bondi., nolo
utiil cash to the value of $38,000
The testatrix bequeaths to Slarla L.
Storso Dix of Chelsea, Slass., Jessie C.
Slortc Sonic of Washington!! I). C, nnd
Samuel A. .Morse of Milton. Slass., chil
dren of her brother Samuel A. Slorse,
the sum of $0000 each.
To her nephews, Samuel A. Burbank
or Los Palomns, New.StexIco; Caleb A.
Burbank of New York City and Robert
W. Burbank of Providence, II. I., the
sum of $1000 each.
To Amallc von aracvemeycr, niece of
her husband nnd wife of Werner von
Grncvemeycr, the sum of $1000, nlso
the corner lot at Nutianu nnd Wylllo
To her servant, Ah Pol, the sum of
$100 In addition to whatever sum might
be due from him to her nt the time of
her decease. A codicil to tho will
changes this bequest to $1000 without
deduction of any debt owing her by Ah
To her niece. Mary A. Burbank her
homestead premises In Sylllc street,
with all fixtures, furniture, norse, nar-
ness. carriage and things therein or
thereupon, nlso her lot In Nuuanu
cemetery, together with nil the rest ot
her property not otherwise disposed
of In the will, one-third thereof to tho
said Slary A. Burbank's own use abso
lutely and the other two-thirds In trust
to pay the Income thereof, or so' much
thereof and In such proportions to each
as she shall think proper, for the main
tenance, support nnd education of her
nephew. Holmes Ellis, nnd her niece,
Alberta Ellis, until they respectively
reach the nge of legal majority accord
ing to the laws of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, nnd ns each of them shall reach
such age to pay over to him or to her
respectively the share Intended for each
of them with any unapplied Income.
Full power Is given the trustee to sell
such property and Invest the proceeds
In the United States or Hawaii or both
countries, and she is not to be held
answerable for any loss or deteriora
tion or the trust premises by reason of
bad Investments or otherwise. She Is
empowered to dispose or any or all of
the shares or her nephew nnd niece
mentioned before they come or ago
hy npplylng such rrom time to time ns
she shall think proper for their use.
education, maintenance or support. Sho
or any sucessor mny resign the trust
and appoint, or In case of death the
executors or administrators of tha
trustee may appoint any other person,
whether residing In the Hawaiian Isl
ands or In the United States, to be tho
The will was executed Slarch 21,
U93. when the testatrix was of the age
of 75 years and upward. In presence of
John Cusldy and William J. Forben.
The codicil changing tho bequest to
Ah Pol fi-om $100 to $1000 was made
February 21, 1S99. In presence of Wil
liam J. Forbes and Harriet O. Forbes.
IN DEFENSE OF THE WAR
London. Jan. 20. The first Important
debate of the session began In tho
House of Commons tonight on an
amendment moved by Frederick Cow
Icy, Liberal, to the address in reply to
the speech from the throne. The de
bate called out Sir. Chamberlain, who
spoke vigorously In defense ot the Boer
war. He made the significant state
ment that If Lord Boscbery's speech
Intimated that the Boers believed the)
could win a repetition of Lord Kltch
ener's terms he wished to Inform
them they tferc mistaken.
Sir. Chamberlnln asserted, however,
that the Government's program wan
r.ot one or extermination. The Boers
he said, had already been offered
terms the liberality of which surprised
even England's most adverse critics
Since they had been rejected the Gov
ernment did not purpose to cmbarrasr
Itself with a further specific offer.
Sir. Laboucliere (Liberal) declined to
support the amendment of Sir. Crow
ley becauro It pledged tho Liberals to
vote supplies for tho war,
John Dillon (Irish Nationalist) pro
posed to omit that clause of the amend
ment providing funds to carry on the
war and to add a clauso denouncing thr
policy ot tho concentration camps.
This was rejected by a vote of 202 to
Brltlsh Crown in Germantown.
A peculiar historic Interest attaches
to the belfry nt the olu Germautown
Academy. The apex of this Btccple,
which surmounts the main building of
this famous Institution or learning,
bears a notable relic ot tho ante-Hevo.
lutlonary days. This Is the weather
vane, ornamented by a orazen emblem
representative of tm- Koyal crown of
England. Although tno Academy ill'
rectors were to a man loyal lu the Co
lonial causo during the War of Inde
pendence, the symbol of Uoyalty on
the school house was permitted to re
main In Its ,o..y position. Tho Bnnctl
ty of ago now preserves It secure from
every Iconoclastic hand, savo that of
time. During Its enrly days Phlladel
phla contained many buildings above
which tho crown helped to mark
"which way the wind blew." Except
ing tho mitre or bishops crown above
Old Christ Church, tho symbol over
tho Germantown Academy Is tho last
relic of Iloyal authority In tho city.
Clarke Sir. Shlverly Is passionately
fond of art. Sllsa Jameson Ves, and
yet not fund enough of It to stop painting.
Chinese of the Philippines
Furnish Exclusion Snag
Washington, Jan. 16. It was report- states. But tho transit privileges
ed today that Secretary Hal had advls- hereinafter given to other Chinese per
ed Senator Lodgo that It would bo a : sons and hereby given to Cblneso la
gravo affront to China to enact an ex-1 borers In alt territory oi tho United
elusion law running ocyona tno inn i
of tho present treaty, whlcn is popu
larly supposed to expire ueccmuer i,
lain, it may uo stateu wnn aumoriiy,
however, that there Is no truth In this I
.report. In the first l'laco tho treaty i
wun unma noes not expire in isu . '"" nnothftr, as from the Philippines to
will continue for nnotner ten years cm-1 Hawaii, gave rlso to much discussion,
less ouo of tho contracting parties Hcimtor Hitched opposed rt vigorous
gives notice of Intention to renounce iv guying thcro was only ono class of
It. ine United Stales nas received no ctZcns under tho American flag, and
Intimation .rom uiiia ot sucii mien-. tiat f (no Chlneso woro entitled to
tion. citizenship now or herenfter In the
Senator Lodge Bald today that the I Philippines, they wcro entitled to go
Chinese exclusion question was likely jfrom ono part of tho country to nnoth
to give rise to extended debato In the or. Hcprcscntatlvo Nowlnnds, chair
Senate Inasmuch hs tho whole Philip. 'man of tho suu-commlttco, also with
plno question probauly would become held his sanction of section 2. His
Involved. Ho added that he thought reasons are based on questions of par
tners was a growing feeling In fnvor ty policy. Tho Democratic party, ho
of his bill, looking to tno simple con-1 thinks, mny tako tho ground that tho
tlnuatlon of tho present laws. This people of tho Philippines, of whatever
would nvold bringing In tile question color or blood, aro American citizens,
of tlm citizenship of tho' people of the and this may become tho burning Is
Philippines, about LoOO.oOO ot whom sue of tho next i residential campaign.
nre of Chinese blood. It Is estimated Ho will not commit himself on this
by tho Insular bureau that of these section, therefore, until ho has con
buO.ODO nre ot pure Chinese blood, CO.-ignited with tho Democratic leaders.
000 of them being In Slanlla. If the) other members of tho Biib-commlt-peopie
of the Philippines aro citizens, 'lce indorse this section, nnd declaro
or sliouiil no mauo so uy aci oi ton-
gress. the question arises whether tho
Cflinese there, citizens like tho rest,
could bo excluded from the mainland
of the United Stntes. This Is a sub-
Ject of such fnr-reachlng scopo that
there Is hesitation in attacKing it.
It was this very question that caus
ed something llko a split today In the
sub-commltteo chnrged with Training
the Chinese, hilt. '1 ho labor leaders,
Immigration Bureau representatives
I ..! ffollfnanlit rnmrn I aalnn nrnanriinfl
- l-.rrcontalnlng feati liros
drawn from 80Vcral bills already de-
scribed, .and tho nub-committee dls
cuBsed ft nt some length. This com
poilto bill contains utty-slx sections.
It restates tho existing law In every
respect, except ns to certain points
where amendments were suggested
cither by the United Stntrs officials or
labor leaders. These amendments nre
not changes, but additions, except In
n single case of giving the right ot np'
peal to the United States In nil cases can vessels aro prohibited from hav
where similar right Is given to Chi- jnB Chlneso In tho crew unless such
nese. Chlneso nre entitled to enter the Unit-
The bill differs most radically from ed States. This provision was Insert
the existing law In extending the ex- c,i at tho Instnnco of Androw Furii
elusion law against the Chinese from seth In behalf ot tho Sailors' Union,
the Philippine Islands. This new i Representative Loud objected strong
matter Is contained In section 2 ns fol- ly to this provision, saying there
lows I should bo no provision tending to re-
' Sertlon 2. That from nnd nfter the strict commerce. His nttftudo was
paxsage of this act the entry Into the j severely commented upon by other
Ameilean mainland territory or the members or tho committeo In view of
United States or Chinese laborers' tho tact that American vessels aro
coming rrom nnv of the Insular pos- actually American territory nnd the
sessions of the United States shall bo Cnlneso could bo excluded rrom them
nlrtidutelv prohibited, nnd the prohlbt- under tno present taws It strictly en
Hon shall apply to nil Chinese labor- forced.
ors lognidless or considerations or clt-1 The provisions of tho Immigration
Ixensltln. unless their citizenship shall Bureau bill regarding tho deportation
hne arisen tn tno said mainland tor- of Chinese relons nnd hlcnblndcrs wan
rltory. And the samo prohibition ol dropped, leaving Hint to tho general
entrv shall npply to Chinese laborers laws. The drastic provisions regard
coming to one oi the Insular posses- Ing the examination of merchants'
slnns of tho United Stntes from nnv of books nnd the regulations concerning
the other territories of the United students wcro also dropped.
11,1 OF FAIUN I. MilH 1
TO APPOINT GUARDIAN
FOR HIS TWO CHILDREN
The Waianae Company Denies Claim
to One-half But Admits Claim
ant's Title to One-Fourth
John Slarques Fcrrelra petitions that
SIlsi Beard be appointed guardian of
his children, Godfrey SI. Fcrrelra and
Esther SI. Fcrrelra. aged nii.a and live
ye-is respectively, during their minor
Ity. Judge Gear has ordered thai Slury
A. FerrelM, mother of the minora, be
summoned to appear on Trlday next
anil show cause. If any she hi's, why
the prayer of the petition sliculd not
be i anted.
The Waianae Company has mado an
swer to the action to qui,)', title of
Kaalauka, denying that plaintiff Is en
titled to an undivided ope-half of the
land mentioned in her complnlit. De
fendant admits that plaintiff is en
titled to an undivided one-fourth of the
land, subject, however, to a leaso rrom
Slilia and the plaintiff da.ed Dercmbei
Emmet Slay and W. II. G. Arucma-j
aro given twenty days further tlmo in
which to plead, answer or demur to
thn complaint In ejectment ot the En
tcrprl.se SHU Company.
NEW JERUSALEM SECT
New York, Jan. 19. A cable to the
World from Jerusalem says: Tho
"Theocratic unity" IDIs do Bar) scan
dal In London has attracted attention
to a sect here whose principles and
practices ure very similar. The Beet
numbers about 100 devotees, chlclly
Swedes, though the society Is cosmo
politan, and Includes In Its member
ship a few Americans, Germans, Ser
vians, Arabs, Hindoos and Turks. They
live under one roof, claim to bo above
human laws and discard marriage and
nlj other sacraments. Their loader, a
woman, Is worshiped as a god. They
make a great show of religion nnd af
fect to lle "pure and holy" but their
first practical tenet Is free love. Quar
rels and scandals are frequent. Charges
ot systematic Infanticide have been
made repeatedly, but there Is no presn
to expose them, no public opinion to
overawe them, and authority hero Is so
divided that It Is nobody's business U
put a stop to their enormities.
Didn't Take the Hint
"Christmas Is In the air," said Sirs,
Fosdick. tooklnir out of tho window.
"Oh, that's mostly soot you see," het j
husband explained. Detroit Free
states, subject to tno conditions liero-
The words "regardless of considera
tions of citizenship, and tho clatiso
prohibiting Chlneso laborers from
Im89ng from ono Rroup ot Biands to
tnat tho United States has a perfect
tiglt l0 excludo CnlnoBO from tho
mainland, no matter what their status
may bo In the Philippines. They say
that Is a question for tho Supremo
Court to determine In a specified case,
and that tho nntl-Chtncso advocates
should not ralso tho question them
selves. The sub-commltteo finally decided to
present the hill to tho Pacific Coast
caucus tomorrow with a favorable re
port, except ns to section 2, Which will
bo presented without comment, to bo
acted upon as the caucus sees fit. An
other feature ot tho bill 4s that tho
present looso provisions regarding
Chinese merchants nre strengthened.
Such persons aro required to establish
domicile before leaving tho country,
ns well as upon their return. A now
section Is added requiring every for
eign vessel bringing Chlneso In tho
crew to give bond to tnko such Chl
neso away on tho samo vessel. Amcrl-
YERY REALISTIC ACT
OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
t Actor Fainted Under Whip of Ex-
Pugilist Forgot Himself in
De Part Some Artists
Boston, Jan. 19. Tho Academy ot
Sluslc at Chelsea was packed last night
to see John L. Sullivan play Legrce In
"Uncle Tom's Cabin." He gavo n
realistic exhibition of tho overseer's
brutality which was put down on the
bills or called by tho stage hands
"business." Incidentally he whaled
poor Uncle Tom until tho old slavo
fainted dead away. Applause In the
earlier parts of the play seemed to
have Intoxicated the ex-pugillst, for ho
became moro nnd more enamored of
the part, and when ho came to tho
scene where ho whips the old slave he
piled the blacksnako whip, not In
stage lashes, not In the nlr, but on tho
body nnd legs of the nctor. Dozens of
times the whip struck the man. Ex
eluinatlons were heard behind tho
scenes, unci the slavo cried In agony
and finally fainted nwny.
After the play John I Sullivan said:
"Carried away by mo art. Forgot me
self In de part. Any artist likely to
CORELLI AN I I-GI1UMAN.
London, Jan.- 18. SInrlo Corelll, In
a letter to a paper, caps tho climax
of the antl-Germao feeling existing
In England. She declaims passionate
ly against tho similarity of the new
British nrmy unlformn with those of
tho German nrmy. ''Bearing lu
mind," she writes, "tho absolute
ly criminal offense ngnlnst our King,
by tho vllo prints circulated In Ger
many. Is It justified or Justifiable tn
Insult our bravo officers by compelling
thorn to wear any uniform, oven re
motely resembling that worn by ad
mitted slanderers of our King, army
Slarlo Corelll ndmlts that It Is
scarcely necessary to nlludo to tha
"widespread Indignation which pro
vails everywhere nt tho color and do.
sign of tho new postage, stamps, which
nre so essentially German In appear
Tho averago girl Is capricious. She
will tell a fellow ho is the light of her
II fo and then turn him down.
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