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.MARCH 15 1902.
It is up to Chief Justice l'rcar.
If three Judges should dissent from
the opinion of three other Judges the
people are up against a "j on pajs jour
money and takes jour iholce-' piopo-sltlon.
The polo game of this afternoon nnd
the concert of Monday ecnlng ofTcr
amusement and worthy alms uhlih
should receive the financial assistant!)
of eery iltlzen.
Thurston does not bclleo that other
Indhtilunls before the courts hac the
same right to take advantage of tech
nicalities that he has. It Is ecr thus
among die tator.
one of the flnt questions likely to be
presented to the Governor. It Is an all
Important question to the welfare of
this Terrltorj'. since according to the
Governor's own estimate of th situa
tion, an Improvement In legislative
circles Is a first essential This Is the
question constantly before the Repub
lican party, which Theodore Roosevelt
represents and which (locrnor Dole Is
supposed to favor Mr. Dole has done
nothing here towards securing a favor
able answer to this querj. If ho Is pre
pared to expound a theory to the Presi
dent he will have done more In Wash
ington than he has In Hawaii. As tho
President ami the people of Washlhg
ton have no otc In local affairs, It Is
highly probable that the Governor's
reply will exemplify what his local
administration has shown, namely,
that his theories are not practical and
not applicable to an American Terrl
torj', more particularly Hawaii.
Tho Ilulletln does not know nor does
It enre what the specific aim of the
President Is In asking the Governor to
go on to Washington. There Is good rea
son to bellee that the President Is
still determined that a change Is neces
sary, nnd unless Carter has succumbed
to the pressure of Washington asso
ciates ho has not. In his talks with the
President, made light of the necessi
ties of the situation. On the other hand
Mr. Dole's friends feel that his call Is
an net on the part of the President In
tended to strengthen the Governor In
his present attitude toward the people.
Ho this as It may. the OAcrw helming,
tho (incontroverted and uncontroerta-
blc fact Is that Hawaii needs nnd must
have a harmonizing factor as chlct
executive This the present Governor
has proved not to be. If the Presl
dent can legenerate the piescnt thief
executive, he will accomplish a task
more than human.
It Is the result that the people of
Hawaii seek. Their leanest which
amounts to a demand Is earnest ami
honest President Roosevelt and Gov
ernor Dole are naturally the two men
looked to for the delivery of the olll
( ial goods of political harmony Gov
ernor Dole has not produced them. It
Is sincerely hoped the President will.
His ways and means nre of small Im
port, provided the fact becomes a
.Mr CajpltBs says ho docs not want
n Judgeship He has had enough of be
Ing slaughtered in the house of his
supposed friends, as evidenced by the
Advertisers glee over his defeat.
It would be a curious coincidence If
Governor Dole and Judge Little were
asked Into consultation with the
President at tho same time. The de
parture of these two officials has been
timed with peculiar regard for a pos
Stranger things have happened in
the matter of appointments than the
realization of the hopes of S .M. Da
mon's friends. An appointment to any
office Is an open proposition until It
has been confirmed by the United
The ns yet unvanqulshed baseball
team of the local Custom House and
the also as yet unvanqulshed baseball
team of the 20th Infantry aboard the
tiansport Egbert, will meet on tho
Maklki grounds at 3:30 o'clock this
afternoon to play a. red hot game. Ton
customs men declare that they will
make the soldiers look sick and the
soldiers are equally confident of pro
duclng signs of Illness In the faces of
the customs ball platers. The teams
are as follows:
Scalon (Capt.) (Capt.) Ullrich
D. Rowers Green
Captain Ullrich of the 20th Infantry
team Is the "rather of Uascball In tho
Philippines," and for three jears has
been recognized as such In the land of
the cigarette and the bolo. He passed
through here with his regiment In 1899
aboard the transport Sheridan. He 1
a lorporal In P Company. '
Ullrich, In 1896. pitched for the Mil
waukee, team, In the Western Associa
tion. He started the basebalt whirling
In .Manila and caused its gj rations tu
becomo manifest nil over the Philip
pine Islands. Ily order of General Rcll
In 1901 the 20th Infantry baseball
team was conccnVrnted nt Vlgan and
played the Third Cavalry three games,
coming off victorious In every game.
Each game was played for $200 a side.
Ullilch, whose time expires In May.
expects to return to Honolulu and
make this place his home. He Is n six
footer nnd knows how to play ball.
"Our only drawback in today'a
game," said he this morning, "Is that
we have no spiked shoes. Hut we've
got n splendid team and I expect we'll
show the customs men a thing or tvvo."
The customs team is made up ot
thirty-third degree players and tho
game promises to be exciting. Clark's
pitching will make the soldiers open
their ej'cs nnd Gorman's catching b
IConespondenco of San
Washington, March 7 Sam Par
ker's chances of becoming Governor
of Hawaii ale believed to he material
ly lessened by President Roosevelt's
r(fi,lalnti (n linvn flin'omnr rVr.T,. ..mi,.
to Washington to have a conference rK,,t tIiere wlth ,he me'l'ne every
about Hawaiian affairs.
Thurston's Advertiser may 1111 Its
columns with efforts to Justify Its ma
licious course, but It can no more turn
the tide of public condemnation than
It can thru back the hands of time or
wipe out the record emblazoned on the
pages of Thurston's organ.
The Washington correspondent of
the San Francisco Ilulletln says Par
ker's chances were ruined by his talk
ing too much. The charge against Par
ker Is wholly without Justification,
though Col. Parker's friends mny have
done him an lnjmj by bctrujlng a
When Carter wns subjected to pres
sure In Honolulu he forcefully remind
ed his associates that he had no Intcn
(ion of being pressed. Mr Carter does
not consider Governor Dole the man
for chief executlto of Hawaii and only
by a r sort to a Jesuitical turn of mind
can he say that he does.
THE GOVERNOK'8 CALL
The President's request,' that Gover
nor Dole go on to Washington to give
n n account ot his stewaidshlp and
state his side ot the case is a proceed
ing entirely In keeping with the care
ful investigation the Piesideot Is mak
ing of Hawaii's administration ntid his
determination to reach the true source
of the continuous warfare that has
haracterUed the affairs of this Terri
tory. Mr. Dole's friends seem to bo pleased
with the President's action. It Is cer
tain that Mr. Dole's opponents are
highly giatlfkd with the turn of
events. There is not an honest think
ing man in this Territory who seeks
to have Governor Dole held responsi
ble for anything more or less than tho
lecord of his administration of Terri
torial affairs merits. This record of the
past speakb for Itself. If the Governor
has any extenuating circumstances tu
present or any practical suggestions to
offer for the future It Is highly proper
that his whole scheme ot action should
be laid before the President who Is re
sponsible not alone to the Territory of
Hawaii but to the whole American
people for the peaceful and progres
sive administration of this new pos
session. The President w ill find Mr. Dole tho
courteous and attractive gentleman
which all men, friends and enemies
alike, have discovered him to be. He
will undoubtedly confirm the generally
accepted fact that Mr. Dole was the
man of all men to "hold down" tho
situation as required by tho exigencies
of the struggle tor annexation.
If. however, the President througfl
his talks with the Governor learns
that he hat as chief executive of the
Terrltorj, exercjsed constructive force,
endeavored to meet the popular de
mands or sought by any moans to pa
cify contending elements which he
knows exist, then the President wll
have succeeded In sounding tho poli
tical depths of Hawaii's chief execu
tive to better effect than any man In
Hawaii and to have drawn therefrom
facts which do not appear In the
record of administration since the Or
ganic Art went into effect.
Can you carry the fall elections? Is,
Ever since Colonel Parker got talk
ative In Washington, soon nfter his
marriage In San Francisco, and hinted
to some Intimate friends that he had
tcasons for believing that he would
succeed Dole, President Roosevelt has
been delving deeper Into Hawaiian
matters. Parker would havu been ap
pointed hcfoiQ this, probablj'. If his
friends had not talked too openly
about what tho President said to him.
Dole's coming hero Is In response to
an urgent request from his friends
that he be given a hearing before ac
tion is taken with rcgnrd to any of
fices In the Islands. It Is understood
tat Dole would like to resign, but
some of his friends arc begging him
to Mny. while his opponents demand
his scalp with Increasing persistency.
BARKBNTINF ARZllER ARK1VUS
The harkentlnc Archer, Captain Cal
houn, which wns reported oft Koko
Head last night, arrived In port this
morning twenty-tin ee days from San
Francisco. The Archer had a nasty
trip tluoughout, experiencing every
thing fioin calms to hurricanes. She
has suffered no bad results, however.
Threo vessels were sighted during tho
voyage, i bark heading In this direc
tion, a ship making to cross the equa
tor and a ship bound north. Captain
Calhoun thinks the ship running for
the line was the J. II. Thomas. Captain
Knight. He Blghted her In latitude
27.32 north, longitude 131.31 west, cm
the 6th Instant.
Captain Calhoun found n letter fiom
Hind, Rolph & Co. awaiting him here.
Inviting htm to Inspect the barkeutlue
Koko Head, In which he Is Interested,
In San Francisco.
time. With Captain Scanlon on first
Now ell on second and Elston on third,
tho boys from the Egbert will have to
look well to their colors. The ball 1
turned loose at 3:30 o'clock this after
noon at Maklki,
Mr Shorey has made another report
on kerosene oil to the Superintendent
of Public Works, which Is given In
Honolulu, March 13. 1902.
Jas. II. Rojd, Esq., Superintendent at
Dear Sir: I hand jou herewith a re
port on six samples ot kerosene oil
sent me for examination Feb. 12.
COMING RIFLE MATCH EH.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth sent
out all of his best men Into Kallhl
today to beauh for the negro fugitive
and unless they return by 12 o'clock
noon, thcic will be no return rills
match between the two police teams
this afternoon ns had been previous!)
The mounted patrolmen have ilia1-
lenged Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth's
team to a shoot and this will tako place
Monday afternoon. If possible. Tho
Oahu Jail team has challenged tho
police as n whole and a match will
probably take place a week from to
da. Captain Parker Is Very anxious ti.
shoot a match with the National Guard
team, Undoubtedly this can be arrange!.
n ?St6 o iSfl O tB?I O.T4I4 O 7864
480 4? g 40 4M 48 U
8M Eg o
lilh 1 i.l.
88 5 C8.1 81s
90 go 90
wi r. m , ix 1
lyit- I40I. 144 K 141 F. l-ul 14? F.
The specific giavlty of the samples
Is about normal for wuter-whltc high
The amount of light, normal and
heavy tills arc stated In percentage.
Light oil Is that boiling between 150
and 270C .and heavy that boiling
nbovo 2"0C. It will be noted that
none of the samples contained so large
nu amount of either light or heavy as a
sample previously examined.
With regard to flush and fire tests,
the lesults obtained depend largely on
the Instrument used. An open., cup
electric tester wns Ubi'd in this case.
The samples gave negative icaults
with all the usual tests for mineral anil
I have made no attempt to fix the
color of samples, not having u proper
instrument for this purpose.
On the whole, while No, 1 Is above
the average In amounts ot light and
heavy oil, and No. 4 Is above the aver
age specific gravity, I do not think
there can be much fault fouud with the
oils repiesented by these samples, un
less they should be guaranteed to be
something different from what this ex
amination has proved them to be. It
must bo lemcmbered, however, that
kerosene, ns is the case with many
other articles, often varies widely even
when sold under the samo bland, or
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Quite a number of people witnessed
the dress rehearsal of the Hawaii l'o
no! Dramatic Society last night which
Is to present the play at tho Opera
Honsc tonight. This play deals with
the ancient times in Hawaii and all
the costumes to be worn have been
copied lifter tliote which the ancient
Ilawall.ms wore before tho coming of
the white man
All who are to take pirt In tho plays
tonight are Hawallans. The plays have
been In prepaiatlon for several months
nnd the rehearsal of last night shows
that the work tonight will bo welt
During the perfoimance there will be
a number of Hawaiian songs and cho
ruses. There will be In all about forty
people on the stage. There are four
acts and twelve scenes to the "Lady of
Algernon Charles Swinburne, now In
bis sixty-fourth year. Is busy compiling
a volume ot poems selected from his
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When the remains of the late E. C.
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Sunday afternoon, the Bishop of Pan
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