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BUSINESS DIRECTORY F Al "isiii
cUtutillonn nnd Help Wnnted
YOUNQ man from California wishes
position as stenographer.
it. i: i
YOUNQ mnn, 30 years of ngo, desires
position ns night watchman. Henry
Kaiimnl, Queen cor. South St.
WANTED 11) a German 22 carB of
nge position as driver of nnv Mini,
well acquainted with city nnd out
tide districts nlso engineer helper
or oiler. Address, Gorman, this of
flee 2038 lw
WANTED Position by young man ns
roadimau or any kind of work. 12.
V. A C. llillletln 203C1W
WANTED Position by oung experi
enced man as bookkeeper or sales
man, best of reference. Address
II. 11, Uullctln 2031 lw
WANTED lly an experienced ac
countant, a situation In the city,
has been IS vears on plantations In
these Islands, but now Intends to re
main In Honolulu, first class lefcr
enccs. Address I. X 1... llillletln of
WANTED lly young man, experienc
ed ns bookkeeper or clerk, position;
first class references Address V. O
box 827. 20521W
WANTED Uy n oung man from the
Coast, position as snipping clerk
best references 1). E CI., Bulletin.
WANTED lly joung married man,
work of any kind C F, Uullctln.
WANTED Position by oung woman
ns nurse nr covcrncss for children.
A C. Uullctln 2032 lw
WANTED Position by oung man as
bill clerk It A Uullctln.
WOULD like position ns watchman
or porter by middle aged man F
i:, Uullctln 2032 lw
WANTED Position ns night wntch
man, best of references, ndiistrl
ous, Uullctln. 2031 lw
GARDENER German practical, un
derstands gardening in all Its
brant lies wants situation, prlvato
famllv H F, Uullctln 2032-lw
Ads In this column will be inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
iver offered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Ilonds furnished
to nnj amount for the man holding
position ns guardian, postolllce olll
clal or nny other position of trust
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051 tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
SALE. 1543 tf
WANTED Two rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, for light housekeeping
II. L. Ilenbow, care 11 It. T. & I.. Co.
WANTED -A bookkeeper. Address
N. X., ca.'e Bulletin ofllte, giving ref
crences and stating salary.
WANTED A small dynamo, from
about 10 to 30 light capacity. Ad
dress L. D, Uullctln olllce. lslvv
WANTED Property owners to know
that plato glass can be Insured from
any form of breakage at The Ho
nolulu Investment Co 2031-tf
WANTED BOO men to shavo for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St.; flvo white bar
bers. 2011 tf
iO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or tn suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Ileretanla St.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConncl s, Garden lane. 2055 tf
TO LET A good four-room cottage,
with kitchen, bath room nnd modern
plumbing, on slope of Punchbowl;
good garden nnd excellent view of
city and ocean. Apply to A. II. It
Vlelra, 1441 Miller St., abovo Punch
TO LET Cottages off School St nr.
Nuuanu, $15 and $17. On Insnno
Asjlum road, $12 50 and $0 50 P.
E It. Strauch, 32 Cnmpbell block.
310 Fort St 2051 lm
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, lall at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Residence of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl, furnished good bathing;
vacnnt January 16th. Apply Water
bouse & Podmore. Dctbel and King.
FOR RENT Largo furnished room,
with use of kitchen, also other
rooms. Fort St. House, cor. Vine
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
suite with privilege of light house
keeping. 714 Fort St. 2058-lm
ROOM AlND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite, large, airy
rooms, tablo board If desired 144
Ileretanla St ls2w
THE LOS ANQELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable 1930 tf
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to havo stock
sufficiently Insured Honolulu In
vestment Co represent four of tho
strongest flro Insurance companies
FOUND Tho Canton Marino Insur
ance Office, Ltd at Honolulu In
vestment Co 2051 tf
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
AiIh. will be InHcrtcil FREE.
WANTED Two young ladles for can
dy store; references. 11. T., Uulle
tin. 2052 lw
WANTED German girl to tako care
of children. I II, llillletln.
WANTED Young girl to do general
housework. A M , Uullctln
FOR SALE Reclining rubber tlrod
gocnit, almost new Enquire luoo
lort St 2038 lw
FOR SALE Farm of 1C acres, with
house all Improved nnd fenced, at
llonokan, Hawaii, $1500 House and
lot, Kcwalo, 60x100, S0O House
mid lot. King St, 00x120, $3000
part mortgage, part cash Lease
hold, 20 sears on King Sc . near LI
llha 77200. House and lot Mnnoa
Valiej. 77x200, $1200 One fine gen
tie dmlng horse, sultnblo for nnv
lndy Inquire S. Decker, with W. W.
Wright, King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE At a bargain, choice lot
of ferns, palms, crotens nnd other
plntits. Enquire 1252 oung street
Walklkl of Plikol. 2039 lw
FOR SALE lUibber tired go cart nl
most new. Enquire 1505 lort St.
FOR SALE A medium sized black
gelding, sired by Son of Sutnn,
shows speed. Apply Jim Dodd.
Bench Place 2057-tf
FOR SALE Cheap Near electric
tar line, n nearly now modern 0
loom tottagc, lot 50x100, electric
lights, portelalu bath, sanitnry
plumbing trees on ground, $J0u
cubii iininncc on mortgage nnd In
stnllmentB Address J II Cum
mlngs Postolllce 2037 tf
FOR SALE California canary birds,
fine singers Enqulro Madame Lam
belt, cor. Vlnevnrd and Punchbowl
FOR SALE Furnlturo of 5 room cot
tnge. nil first-class; easy terms,
prlvilogo of renting cottnge. En
quire first cottago on Emma Square
FOR SALE CHEAP 18 ear lease of
newly built cottages nnd 1 newly
built stable (00x50 feet) on Pauoa
road, near bridge, with following In
(luded, C flno horses. 1 surrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair slnglo hnrncss, 1
pair doublo harness, 1 carrlago pole
A bargain at $3500. Inquire or JOS
FRIAS, Fort Street, opposito Hack
feld's. 2051 2w
FOR SALE House, nnd lot, desirable
location on Prospect Street, nnd
commands flno low of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanae moun
tains. House has 70 foot veranda
and contains following rooms. Dou
bio parlor, dining room, three bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stables nnd ser
vants' quarters on nrcmlses. Yard
laid out with fruit trees, somo of
winch nro bearing. Slzo of lot ICOx
120 feet To bo sold on easy terms.
Inqulro of JOS. ERIAS, Fort Street,
opposite Hackfcld's. 2051-2W
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; Lorso
gentle, good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. U., Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR SALE Old papers. 10c n bundle.
Apply at this olllce. 2035 tf
Minister Wu Working
On Exclusion Affairs
Washington, I) C, Jan 18 Min
ister Wu has heretofore confined him
self to entertaining tnik In his opposl
tlon to a re-enactment ot tho Chinese
exclusion law Ho now takes the mat
tcr moro seriously, howovor, nnd In
acting In his official capacity as a
representative of tho Chinese Gocrn
ment has brought to bear a certain
amount of diplomatic pressure which
must be taken more seriously The
fact that the Chinese Government
threatens retaliatory commercial re
strictions if the United States excludes
Chinese citizens win not prevent tho
adoption of a Chinese exclusion law,
though It will cost tho State Depart
ment considerable worry.
It Is taken for granted by nil those
who nro chlclly concerned with lmml
grntinn that the Chinese will bo ex
eluded and the lobby now here from
the Pacific Coast Is devoting Its at
tendon entirely to making tho law
even moro drastic than was contem
plated, and to prevent, If possible, tho
Chinese In tho .illlpplnes nnd othor
now possessions of tho United Stated
from tomlng to tho Mnlnland.
The Secretary of tho Treasury, Mr.
Gago, Is opposed to a re enactment ot
tho Chinese exclusion law and would
have said so In his annual report but
for the opposite position taken by
President Roosevelt Tho gains which
might bo made In Orlentnl trade by
freo admission of Chinese citizens, or
tho loss which mny como to tho pre
ent trado by their strict exclusion wi
not seriously concern tho many mem
bcrs or Congress who will go before
tho peoplo this year for reelection.
ino labor organizations oi the conn
try nro extremely urgent In this mat
ter, ami whllo a number of member
may prlvatoly doubt tho necessity ol
an exclusion law, thoy will hardly sac
rifice their personal ambition to such
convictions. Tho situation In regard
to this proposed renewal of tho Chl
neso exclusion act Is rather peculiar
ns there Is no doubt -lit that a great
mar' peoplo throughout tho country
would ho willing to try the experiment
of frto Intercourse botwecn tho two
countries except fur the strenuous de
mand of tcrtaln Interests for restric
tions to tho contrary 'Ihe admission
of tho Chinese Is not an Issue foi
which any ono appears inclined td
fight bleed an.- dlo. whereas te advo
catcB of exclusion are fiercely nggrcs
slve Under theso circumstances there
can be only ono outcomo
I.lttlo Elmer Papa, what Is It that
makes n statesman great?
Prof Broadhcad Death, my son
A, G. CORREA Attorney nt law; 68
Merchant St., next to postofrtco; Tel.
F. M. BROOKS ..ttorncy; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg , Tel Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney, 15 Kan
humanii St ; Tel 81 Main
J M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Lnw,
109 Kaahumnmt St
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneyat
law Kanhttmami St
I. M. LONG Omces 333 Campbell
bldg Tel Main 278
E. J. WALKER Corfco Broker, room
4 Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN HRfi Union St., opp.
Pacific Club, sundries, etc.
McDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors nnd Builders, lloS Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wngons, harness
and whirs, Uerctnnln near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELixS BUILDING, G1C Miller Street.
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23 27 Hotel St nnd cor Fort & Hotel.
COLLECTIONS AND mDJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr; Com
mercial Law and Adjustment Agen
cy, rooms 10-10 Mngoon bid. 1'ci. 328
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts ; gas
administered, painless extracting .
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Denial Col
lege 92; Masonic Tcmplo; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Bcrotanln St ;
ofllco hours 8 a m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice
dress patterns, flno linens, whlto
goods, laces and trimmings, Rich
ards near lintel St.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping, room 2, L. .to bldg.
PACIFIC TRANSFEP CO.
Main 58 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mar.
NIEPER'8 BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Fort St.; Tel. Wnlte Sl nnd Main
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnverlcy blk.; Tel.
021 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago express
anu urnyqgo; tci. Whlto 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Chll nnd
electrical engineer, office, 1313 Wil
der Ave , Tel 3441 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL Np. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEAS Ileretanla near Emma
St ; Tel 2312 Blue.
8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Wnltv. 712 Fort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel 081 Blue
F AVEIROS Groceries.
Walklkl of Emma St.
Mrs. Ed. A. Williams
IIZO FORT STREET
SHALL NATIONAL B1NKS
III n ff.W llfln Untimannl.ltin 1 n.
Cleary or Minnesota will Introduce n
bill, tho purpose of which is to in
crease tho usefulness of national
banks. Mr. McCleary wants tho na
tional bank act amended so ob to per
mlt banks located In smnll towns ot
villages to lend a portion of their re
sources on re.ll &tntn annrllv in
his opinion this would provo a boon
10 men oi small capital wno desire to
enlarge their business by borrowing
monOV lrom thn linnlrn nn frnml rnnl no.
tate security He contends that this
would largely add to tho unslness ot
the banks Thriving communities nnd
nrosnerniis hnnka Xf. Mr.r1nn,tf uavu
go hand In hand Washington Times'
OTERO 18 CONFIRMED.
Washington Jan 22. Tho Senato
In executive session today, confirmed
the nomination o M. A. Otero ns Gov
ernor of i.evv Mexico Senator Morgan
BpoKo iigalu for moro than an uour In
opposition to tho nomination When
ho concluded the vote was taken with
Neither Quite Satisfied.
Mistress I am not qulto satisfied
with vour references.
Applicant Naythcr am I, mum, but
they's tho bcBt I could get Fuck.
CITY SHOEING SHOP--J. W. McDon
nld Fort St opp Club Stnbles.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts , Tel. Mnltr 228, P. O,
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St opp Club Stnbles; 1'. O. box 791.
REIS A QUINN King St., near Fort;
Tel 200 Mnln
HAIRDRESSINQ AND MANICURING.
MISS M. E. WYNN Richards near
Hotel St , halrdresslng, shampoo,
Htnnlnilplni, f?l,t-laf . t nnnnlll.. I
UlUIIILIIMUhl V....OWMUO IIUtCHIVB IU
v Hawaiian curios, 'id. 621 Blue
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker, 530 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg latest tn no cities.
TERRITORIAL ME8SENGER SER.
VICE Inlon St. ur. Hotel.; Tel,
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
-Music furnished; Metropolo Ho
tel room 12, Alakea 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. 204 Main
MRS. HANNA Fort St., next to Lovo
' bldg : choice lino of new milllnerv
trimmings, etc.; agent for Butterlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
fV. H. POULSEN minting and paper
nnnging; 'territory Bennies. King St,
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso and
Thoat; office nt Ejo nnd Ear Infirm-
nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 n. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eyo. Ear,
noso nnu rnront only; ofllco Alakea
St., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
ofllco hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Ileretanla Ave , Tel Hlito 821.
M. G. SILVA Agent for rcnl cstato,
nlso to grant marriage licenses;
68 Merchant St., Tel. Main 115.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real estate hand
led to best advantage; houses rent
ed; loans negotiated; houses built
at lowest prices: 32 Camnbell block.
310 Fort St : Tel. Main 278.
AMY LENNON Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Knahumanu St.
, E. MORIKUCHI 4 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
1 uanii. Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg. 010 Miller St
J. P. RODRIGUES Mcrchnnt tnllor;
722 Fort St.. opp. tiackfeld 'bldg.
GROTE 4 CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union, near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker nnd
embnlmcr. Fort St., opp Club Sta
bles Tel 62 Main- res., 1482 White.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
i chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
SERVICE - -
OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fine caskets, shrouds and robes
of every description.
First-class Embalmcr from S. F.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL. MAIN 179.
HE MADE BIG MONEY
Havana, Jun 22. The testimony ol
the I'ostolllco Inspectors Intioduced by
the Government today at tho tilal ol
the charges growing out of the Cuban
postal frauds was to tho effect that C
r W Neely, ex-chlef of the Cuban
postal bureau of nnance came to Ha
vana practically bankrupt In Decem
ber, 18&8, that between tliat time und
Januaij, 1900, ho made deposits In the
bank pf Muncle, Ind , amounting to
$13,700, and that the bond of J20.000
furnished bj Neely at the time of his
ariest was forwarded from his account
with the Muncle bank to the Flfst Na
tional Dank of New York,
Inspector Holmes testified that cer
tain deposits Ncelv had made through
the picBldent of the Muncle bank rep
icsentcd 20 per cent of the bills of the
lock hot comp.mv which furnished tho
lock hoxei for the Havana postofrtco
Holmes also testified that his InvestI
gntlon showed that E 0 Ratlibone had
not sent money from I lav ma during
the time he wns Postmaster General or
Culiii, that the pnvlng off of the mort
gage upon his estate had been done be
foro his going to Havana ami that all
Hathbonc's transactions with the Unit
ed States had been honorable and
GIVEN IN CHICAGO
City Council Presents Resolutions and
Crowds Give Him Rousing
Chlcngo, Jan 25. Bear Admiral W.
S Schley armed In Chlcngo today nt
3 Jii a m. and was greeted with a
tumultuous acclaim from thousands ot
people, who clouded the Baltimore &
Ohio depot and thronged nearby
Streets. Ills reception here una tho
culmination of the demonstrations In
Ills honor which have occurred all
along the route from Washington.
At the depot the Admiral was greet
ed by u delegation from the City Coun
ell nnd n company of Nnvnl Veterans
uf tho ull War Aldcrmnn Frnnk
Fowler, on beualf of tho City Council,
presented the lullowlng resolutions.
"Whereas tho City of Chicago la
to bo honored oy n lslt from Hear
Admiral Wlnflcld Scott Schley, nnd,
"Whereas, our citizens are ever
ready to applaud valor, honor and inor
"Whereas, we recognize In Admiral
feehlej s achievements, his character
and his bearing, one or tho foremost
nnnl heioes ot all times, whose splen
did record at Santiago will forever bo
the pride and inspiration of his grate
ful countrmen, therefore, be It
"Itesolved, ny the City Council of
tho City of Chicago, Tnat the City or
Chicago, thiough Its .Major and .Munic
ipal Council takes pleasure In making
this public acknowledgment or tho dis
tinguished services rendered by Ad
mlrnl Seine) to his country nnd ex
tends to him a heartfelt welcome."
Admiral Schley, nceompanled by
Mrs. Schley, wns met In nts private
car at South Chicago an hour before
the train urrived In ihe city proper.
The delegation represented the city
and the Hamilton Club, wnose guest
the Admiral will lie during his stny
here, which ends Tuesday morning
"The trip uas been uniueiitful,' sab)
the hero or Santiago ''But 1 hnvc
been dceplv moed by the demonstra
tions or the people along the route.
Von know It motes me so I can senrcc
1 speak to see the little hands vvnv
Ing nt mo Ironi tho Binall depot pint
forms. I love the llttlo ones
As the train drew Into tho outskirts
or the city, fnctory whistles blow their
wildest notes nnd hundreds or people
rushed down every street leaning to
the tracks and waved their hands
Wherever possible, the Admiral an
swered back tnrough the windows, ot
his car. bowing h.s head and fluttcrinc
Mrs Schley seemed to enjoy tho
demonstration even moro than her dis
"1 did not sleep cry well last night,"
said the Admiral "Vou Know a train
don't rock the wny a ship tloes. It's
too Jerky, and tho whistles they
would wake tho dead But I feel In
first-class health nnd I hope to Biir
Nlvo many years well, nt least flvo
days, for I want to finish my Itlncr
A reporter ventured the remark, re
ferring to the shouting crowds, that
tho Admlrnl "had It all coming to
"It Is as great a reward as can bo
hoped for on this earth," tho Admiral
remnrked, half to hlmscit. "But In
the streets above, boys, we shall all
bo Judged, and will receive our proper
reward the rewards for the good wo
have done, I mean, and punishment
for our mlsdecdB."
A double lino of policemen stood at
tho depot when tho Admiral nliglited,
but they weie unable to restrain the
crowds, which straightaway went
wild at tho sight of tho easily recog
nized goatee which showed aboe tho
heads of the guards as an unmistak
able mark ol tho wearers Identity. A
delegation of school culluren waving
flags greeted Hie visitor ot the further
end of tho station He bowed to them
and waved his hand. The municipal
council's resolutions were nrcscnted
ami the Admlul and Mrs Schley ware
driven through demonstrative thrones
to their apaitments the "I'reBldentlal
suite" at the Auditorium llore Ad-
mlral Schley retired to don his "shoro
togs," as he expressed it
At 11 a. m. he was given a breakfast
by the reception committee of tho
Enter In the day the Aumlral nt
and every other kind from any causa
and Including neuralgia, In 20 min
utes. Don't fool w'th a headache -It
wastes time and nerve strength.
Buy a box and be prepared.
Contain no harmful substances of
any kind. They are positively help
ful to nerves and system. Sold
bv all druggists at iOc. and 25c. a box
(lour times as many In the 25c. box.)
The genuine put up
In tablet form only.
Avoid powders put up In
cachets (made of paste)
because such covers
warp open, spoiling the
powder and when damp
are wormy. Cessler's
Magic Headache Wafers
are guaranteed to cure
absolutely In 20mlnutes,
or return partly used
box to druggist
and he will re
MSL mTV PBL
I POCKET JpiHCMsyiHOHIisHsssH
I A jmnfl jW
DENIES POSITIVELY THAT
IT TRIED TO INTERFERE
British" Statement on Spanish-American
War Stirs Up 111
Feeliug in German
Berlin, Jan. 21. Tho Foreign Of-
fico denies that Germany desired or
associated ItseU with any other Gov'
eminent thnt may have sought tn
oring nbout Europcnn Intervention In
the Hpnnlsh-Amcrlcnn wnr The cor
respondent of tho Associated l'rcss
this afternoon communicated to tho
Clennan Foreign Ofllco the statement
emanating yesterday from tho British
l orclgn omcc to tho effect that Oer
many. Franco nnd Russia had support-
cd the Austrian Embassador at London
In his attempt to Induco Great Britain
to sign n collective note addressed to
the United States, proposing action by
the European states, In view of tho
outbreak, or expected outbreak of tho
late war between the United States
Later In the day the following state
ment wns handed to tuc correspond
cut "The Foreign Olllce declares with
all posltlvcncss thnt Germany, neither
bcloro the outbreak of tho Spanish
American war, nor (hiring Its course,
proposed intervention to other pow
lers Neither did Germany support
such n proposition innile by other pow.
crs, It Is truo that in several In
stances suggestions (nnregungen)
were made to tho German Government
from oilier sources in the .sense of In
jtervcntlon But Hie German Govern
iinent. without exception, maintained n
i negative attitude toward sucn su.ges
j lions, nnd made known Its negative
'standpoint whenever occasion offered.
It, must further bo remarked that It
was not rrom an Austrian (nlclit gcr
nde von ocsterrclchlsehcr soito) thnt
such suggestions reached tho German
Somo nnnojnnee hns been expressed
In official circles hero that tho British
Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs,
l-ord cranborne. nnd ino British For
eign Ofllco, at this moment should
mnkn statements tending to discour
age the growing good feeling between
Germany and the United States, and
seemingly designed tc spoil tne pleas
I ant prospect or tho visit to the United
'States of Admiral rrince Henry of
tended n rerentlnn nt tho Prona fMnti
where ho met mnny of tho newspaper
iraicrniiy including a number or war
correspondents whom he had met In
Cuba This was followed by recep-
tlons nt the Booster Club, of which tho
famous sailor Is u member, nnd at tho
At n reception In tne Fine Arts Hall
the Admiral wns met by tho men who
will this evening bo guests nt tho Ham
ilton Club's "Schley banquet,"
I Resolutions expressing the highest
esteem and appreciation of the Admir
al nnd of his services to his country
were presented by judge Axel Chy
traux, in behalf of the Swedish Socio-
ties or Chicago.
The banquet tonight will be ...o
crowning feature of demonstrations In
hntinr nt flin f.lmnua in. flirht..,. 1.
I will bo held In the massive banquot
nan ni me Auditorium nnd , guests
will bo present.
When asked regarding his speech
Admiral Schley said he had not pro
pared anything becauso ho seldom
epoko moro than firtecn words nnd
preparation was not necessary.
Mrs. Theresa Wilcox has received a
telegram from her husband under date
of Washington, January 21, which an
nounces the death of Mrs. C. Batchel
ler In that rltv Thn lnmpntu.i i.u.
' was an old resident of Honolulu, vvhero
sue Haves considerable real estate.
Louis Warren, formeily a lieutenant ot
the city police force, and a brother
, were iier sons oy ner first husband.
I Mrs Batchcller was a bustling woman
1 Of affairs, but n klnillv Rnnl nmnnc
social acquaintances. She was proh-
suiy auout sixty vears or age.
Delegate Wilcox said regarding him
self, "I am all right and better."
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MRS OF HIS MISSION TO
SAN FRANCISCO REPORTER
Says He Is Not Antagonizing the
Admlnistation -- Will Work
For Investigation Com
mittee. San Francisco. Jan. 22 -Territorial
Land Commissioner V. S. llovd of Ha
waii arrived In this city yesterday, and
Is a guest of the Occidental Hotel. Mr.
llojd Is on his wnj fo Washington. D
C. wheie he Is Bent by order of tho
Tcnltorlal Government to present to
Congress the views of that government
In relation to tho proposed land laws
for llnvvall Delegate Wilcox hns In
tioduced n bill which Is regarded by
Governor Hole nnd the heads of depart
ments ns objectionable Mr Uoyd w 111
make n strong effort to defeat tha
When seen Inst night In reference to
his mission. Mr. ilovd said "1 am not
going to Washington In n spirit or an
tagonism to the Administration. In
fact. I am persuaded that the Adminis
tration has the welfare of the Hawa
iian Islands at heart In the most sin
cere manner, but I do not think that
the conditions are fully understood by
tho United States Congress. The meas
ure proposed by Delegate Wilcox Is, In
n modified sense, a topy of the United
States homestead law. This law has
unquestionably been of great good to
the United States, but we who know
the conditions In those Islands know
that such a law could not be otherwise)
than detrimental to them. The pro
visions of the measure arc too liberal,
they are on too great n scale. Our ter
ritory Is limited, our forests and water
rupplles must be carefully protected
nnd nursed We cannot be too liberal.
I do not go to antagonize Congress or
the Administration, but to point out
tho errors or tho proposed law ns wo
see them. What I hope to do Is to per
suade Congress to appoint a rommlttco
of fair-minded, men to visit the Islands
end Investigate the conditions there
thoroughly before enacting legislation
that wo know will be detrimental to
the Interests of the Islands I have no
doubt that when this Is done we will
get such laws as will be for our best
On Help for Cuba
York, la , Jan. 22. A. B. Fnrmilmr
of this city, read of the Farquhnr Agri
cultural Works, and prominent In na
tional and Democratic affairs hnn r.
eelved tho following letter from ex-
i-rcsiueni Cleveland, In reply to onu
Bent him by Farquhnr, relative to tha
relations of the United States with
Westland, l'rlnceton, N. J., January
My Dear .Mr Fnrnuhar I im nnivr
sulllclcntly recovered from my Illness
tO bO about 11 llttlo nn.l H.I., ,,,,. I.. .,
limited way Tomorrow I hope to start
on a trip to the South, In the expecta
tion that mv health will be inn-,.K. re
stored by the outing I received your
letter vestcrday nnd was much Im
pressed bj the manner in which you
discuss jour relations and our duty
to Cuba The arguments uted In op
position to the tariff concession she
Implores, based upon our material In
terests, nro fallacious, mistaken and
misleading, while their tourco and tho
agencies of their propagation nnd
spread cannot fall to bo recognized by
every honest, patriotic citizen with
shame and humiliation.
It seems to me, however, that this
subject Involves considerations of
morality and conseienrn lilclior nrwl
more commanding than all others Tho
"uiiguiions arising from these con
siderations cannot be better or more
forcibly defined than was done by
I'resldent Roosevelt In bin mnpv in
Congress, nor better emphasized than
has been done bv Secretary Hoot, nml
jet Congress waits, while we occasion
ally hear of concessions which rich su
gar Interests might approve In behalf
of trembling Cuba 1 don't believe that
nations anj more than Individuals, can
safel) violate the rules of honesty and
fair dealing Until there Is no escape,
therefore, I will not believe that with
nil oui fine words and lofty professions,
our embrace of Cuba means the con
tagion of deadly disease. Yours truly
Hnuntt llnlf tlin wnrl.l lnnc
know how tho other half lives
Jewctt I think you overestimate
I tho number of peoplo who mind their
own business Urooklvn Life