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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. MARCH If) 1902
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Republicans Are Debating
BEET SUGAR MEN ARE
KEEPING UP THE FIGHT
Reciprocity Declarations Are At Stake
-20 Percent Reduction Till 1903
v Is Latest Fcheme
Wnshlnctnn. March 12 Signs of a
compromise regaullng Cuba nrc In tho
nr. The beet sugar rorcos nro io meet
tuirorrow afternoon to select a confer
nro committee. Tho Wa)s nnd Means
und Administration forces hao ap
pointed Representatives Pajne, Dal
srcll and Cannon as conferees. Both
Hides declare they aro ready to com
Today Hcpresentntlves Pa) no and
Dalzell saw a number of "Insurgents'
nnd suggested that Representative Sib
ley's plan might bo used as a basis for
getting together. Sibley proposes that
n reduction of 20 per cent bo made In
tno tnrllt on Cuban sugar, to bo good
until September, 1903, when tho nr
rangemrnt ngreed upon by the Drus
sels conference goes Into elfict. Tho
beet sugar men wero somewhat offish
In discussing tho matter, but said they
would bo glad to find somo way to
compromise. They do not want tho
reduction to go Into effect so far as
this ear's crop Is concerned, but say
tho are willing to help the Cuban
planters If assured that Ihe help really
goes to them Instead nt to tho sugar
trust and speculators In sugar.
Representative Kcedham snld today
"I have suggested to somo of the
members that If wo mako any ronces
slon to Cuba It should be with tho un
derstandlng that thu Senato leaders
agree to kill off these reciprocity trea-
ties that threaten to Injure our home
Industries. These treaties, we are
told are practically dead, yet Sena
tor Cullom is trying to rovlvo them
continually. Tf tho beet BUgar and
high protection men aro expected to
make concessions, let tho other side
meet us half vva. Wo wnnt these rec
iprocity treaties killed, not merely laid
away to bo revived nt pleaBiiro."
Washington, Mnrch 11. About 130
members vvero present tonight at the
fourth conference of House Kcpulill
cans cnllcd to consider tho question of
Cuban reciprocity Speaker Hcndet
Hon and' tho leaders on both sides of
tho controversy vvero In attendance
Representative Cannon of Illinois pre
sided and an arrangement was mado
for n division of tlmo between the ad
vocates and opponents of lotlprcielty
Representative Long of Kansas, n
member of tho Wn8 and Means Com
mittee opened with an exhnustlvo ar
gument In favor of the 20 per cent con
cession ndvocated by his colleagues or
tho W'ajs and Means Committee. IIo
argued that tho matntenanco of a pro
teethe tariff was not Involved In the
proposition of the Ways and Means
committee, but that tho policy of reel
proclty was. ne defeat of this bill,'
said he, "means that the Republican
part) has refused to follow tho leader
Biup of lllalnc, ot McKlnley and of
Roosevelt, and It would mean that rec
iprocity was no longer a part of the
. publican faith."
When Long finished speaking Tny
ler of Ohio presented a protest against
the plan of the Ways and Means Com'
mlttee. Tho protest was drafted at
the conference which the Republicans
opposed to reciprocity held last night.
It was In tho nature of a manifesto
setting out tho grounds on which their
opposition was based, being largely
nn amplification of the contention that
a reduction of tho duty on Cuban prod
ucts Involved a relaxation of tho pro
teeth o principle. In lieu of tho Taw
noy pioposltlon for a rebate Tayler of
lcred tho following resolution:
"Resolved First Tliat wo reaffirm
our adherence to tho Republican na
tlonal platform ot 1S9C, Insuring ado
quate protection to tho cauo and beet
There's Two Ways of
prnjln.! that they will bo done
light anil seeing that the) are
W ptefei tho lntter method.
That ' the leason our work has
tho distinction It does. It rises
abov the oidinar) Come and
see nir samples.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
sugar Industries In tho United States
and to the policy of reciprocity as de
dared In our platform ot 1900.
"Second That wo have maintained
nnd wilt contlnuo to faithfully dls
cnarge tho ohllgatlon to Culm nssitrcd
liy vlrtuo of tho treaty of Paris and
the Piatt amendment, nnd that wo fa
or such commercial agreements with
Jier as. her Government when estab
llsned may bo wilting to mako and
vslilch will be In harmony with our na
tlonal policy of protection and reel
"Third That no further action bo
taken respecting tho proposition to re
duco tho tariff on Cuban productB com
Ing Into this country."
Speaker Henderson came forward
with a plea for party harmony nnd
unity and moved that tho caucus ad
Journ until noxt Tuesday. I.lttlefletd
of Maine countered this stroke by pro
posing to amend tho Speaker's motion
so as to ellmtnato Tuesday, which. If
carried, would havo lesultcd In n sine
dlo adjournment of the caucus. The
amendment was lost and then the
Spenker's motion to adjourn until next
Tuesday prevailed, 72 to 04. Tho Leet
Biicar adocatcs claim a strength
greater than tho voto showed, saying
tho speakers appeal carried enough
otes to causo another recess.
Coptic SiiIIh Tomorrow.
The Coptic leaves tho Pacific Mail
wharf for the Orient nt 10 o'clock to'
Hepburn's Measure Will Soon Go To
The Senate Panama Scheme
Has Too Many Complications.-
Washington, March 12. The Senate
Committee on the Isthmian Canal to
da decided by a voto of 7 to 4 to re
pot t the Hepburn bill providing for the
construction ot an Isthmian canal via
tho Nicaragua route.
The action of the committee was Ink
en at a called meeting held during the
afternoon, and came as a brief report
by Senator Morgan, chairman of tho
committee, detailing the Jesuits of a
conference with Secretary liny as to
the status of diplomatic negotiations
with the Central American republics
concerning the canal.
FIGHTING IN MANCHURIA
St Petersburg. March 13. A dls
latch received lieio today at the War
Olllce announced that another fight
occurred March 3 between Russian
troops and 300 Tunguscs, north of
Hubanclsy, Manchuria. Two hundred
Tunguses vvero killed, Including their
leader. Two Russians vvero wounded.
New Vork, March 8 A cable to tho
Tribune from Paris says: In finan
cial circles the feeling gains ground
that the Brussels sugar convention,
signed on Wednesday by tho delegates
ot tho powers represented, will remain
ptuely an empty academic protest, and
that neither the present Trench Par
liament nor the Parliament to be elect
ed April 27 and May 11, and which
should be assembled In June, will ever
tatlfy the treaty. Information received
from Rudapest by the leading sugar re
finers heio leads to the firm belief that
the Hungarian Parliament wlli also re
fuse assent to tho convention, which,
If unratified by any one power, must
become a dead letter.
SPANISH CABINET OUT
Madild, March 13. The Premier,
Scnor Sagasta, today notified the
Queen ilegent that the Cabinet had re
signed when informed that the resig
nation of the Flnnnco Minister, Senor
Urzalz, was irrevocable. Her Majesty
asked Senor Sagasta to form a new
Cabinet, to include all sections ot tho
Liberal party, but ho declined to do so,
Tho Queen Regent will now consult
with the presidents of the Chambers,
In the hope of finding a method to se-
cure a representative Liberal ministry.
Copenhagen, March 11 Tho Folke-
thing, In commltteo of tho whole and
In executlvo session, today voted by
n largo majority In favor of the rati
(lcatlon o fthe Danish West Indlci to
tho United States.
Fire Works on Pacific llclfilitH.
No more delightful chango of cli
mate, or of vlow ran bo had than Is
obtained by a trip to Pacific Heights.
Regular round trips aro mado on the
hour and half hour during tho day tlmo
and ln the evening cats leavo Nutiauu
ovenuo every twenty minutes.
A special attraction of Jnpaneso
flieworks on Satuiday night. Faro for
tho round trip and admission to tho
giounds 25 cents.
CARTER TALKED FREELY
Washington, March 8. Special Mr. George R. Carter Is the guest of Glfford Plnchot, Chief of the United
States Forestry 8ervlce, and residing at 1615 Rhode Island Avenue.
Mr. Carter was seen today by your representative and asked concerning the Hawaiian governmental situation.
He politely but firmly declined to give any Information regarding his recent conference with President Roosevelt
beyond saying that at that conference it was decided nothing would be done by the President in proposed Ha
waiian changes until the arrival of Governor Dole, who Is expected to reach here early In April. Governor
Dole's visit will be In response to a telegram sent him by Mr. Carter at tho request of the President.
Asked If he had recommended to the President any one as a successor to Governor Dole, Mr. Carter said In
formation on CTiat point could only be obtained from the President himself. He talked very freely and fully with
the President on Hawaiian affairs, and the President Is undoubtedly In possession of sufficient Information to en
able him to act with good Judgment when deciding upon his line of policy In regard to the Territory.
J. A. DRECKONS.
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General Lord Methuen
WITH MANY TROOPS
Is Captured by Boers
London, March 13. The War Secre
tary, Mr. llrodrlck, announced in tin
House of Commons today that. lie un
derstood that General Methtfen, who
was captured, severely wounded, by
General Delaroy, March 10, had been
releascd and was expected to arrive at
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Klerksdorpy Southwestern Transvaal
toda). The General's condition was
Mr llrodrlck added that the ex
change of General Methuen for Com
mandant Krltzlnger had not been con
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cue cciegram received cim noi specm-
cally say that General Methuen had
"been released, but from the fact that'
he was In the hands ot a Diltlsh medl-.
oil ofllccr, It was presumed that tho'
General had been released . I
STORY 0FTHE FIGHT
London, Mnrch 10. General Mcth-
uen Is a prisoner In the hands of the'
Iloera. His fotce of 1200 men was
routed b) General Dclare) last Friday
near Llchtcnburg and his four sunn
Gencral Methuen was himself
vvounded In the thigh. Thiee Urltlsh
omccrs and thirty-eight nun were kill-1
eu. live iiruisn omcers nnu sevent)-
two men wero wounded, one urltlslii
officer and 200 men nre said to be miss
ing, though there Is a doubt of this.
All the llrlttsh baggage wus cnptuicd.
The disaster was uiinouuccd In tho
House of Lords today by Lord Roberts
and in the House of Commons by tbo
War Secrctar), llrodrlck, who read the
details in two telegrams from Lor J
Kitchener. Tho Irish mcmbeis of the
vuimiiuiio 6i vi-1 "I me nenn uu iuiiu
checrs. They started a Jubilation on
thc spot till cries of "Shame! shame!"
from tho Government benches made
them think better of their outbreak.
Then there was a sudden silence.
The service members of the House,
cno uiai or mo commanuani naafircaty rc(.ret to hMe t0 gej J0 jarti elation for Lord Methueu's scivlccs.
been postponed because consideration I nCBg of Methuen. He was moving, If the news of the disaster was u
of the evidence to be presented had not tt ,, 900 mounted men, under .Major shock to Parliament, it was even n
been completed. Paris, and 300 Infantr), fotu tins and greater shock to the public. Extra nil-
TlmothyvM. Hcaly, Irish National- a ,)om.IK)m, from W)nberg to Llchttn- tlons of the evening paperi were cage r
Ist, nmld Nationalist cheers, invited! ,erK nnj nng to mcct aunfell, vlth ly bought up and the -cade.i on the
the Government to show equal mag- 13Uo mounted men. at Hovlcralnsfou. streets made manj bitter rcmaiks In
nanlmlty and release Commandant. tcn t0,iay. Yesterday morning early connection with the Government'!, dvc
Kiltzlnger. j nc wa8yiatackcd by Dclarc) foice, be- laratlon that the war lu Soutn Africa
Mr. llrodrlck said subsequent!) that, iPon Tii.iinsrii nn,i pin,i,.f, t,,,iii was over.
retired army omcers. rcgnrd tne news then halted. After a gallant but usc
nsw exceedingly serious and generally less defense tho enemv rushnl Ir.tn ih
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caimcm inu upiinun emu u win uu i
necessary to scnu laige reimorcemenu
in Cnui li 4 ris..i nni.n.. i,Ihi. tk.t
to South Africa. They think that
Lord Methuen will bo held as a hostagn
for tho safety of Commandant Krlt
zlngcr and other Iloer leudcis who aie
South African stocks slumped heavi
ly In the excited curb dealings as soon
as the oxtia editions of tho afternoon
papers can led the facts through thu
The scene of the fight In which Metli-
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RAIN AND HAH,.
Wray Ta)lor took a trip up Nuunnii
valley this morning to ascertain how
much tho forests hud been damaged by
)e8terday'g cloudburst. He found that
the trees havo not been hurt to any
extent but that newl) planted seeds
have been swept aw a) b) tho rushing
waters Forester David Ilnughs who
lives on the forest reservation, reports
that hvn'eusured the stream of wutcr
as It rushed down the road and found
that ho wns surprised to find that the
rain was mixed with a considerable
lot ot hall.
Centrnl Union Lncllcs' Society.
Tho spilng business meeting of the
Ladles' Soclct) of Central t'nlon
church foi benevolent and social work!
will bo held on Thursda) morning,
.March 20. ut 10 o'clock In the ladles'
parlor. The society asks all the ladlei
of tho congregation for tliclr Interest,
nnd cordially Invito all to become
membcis It Is hoped that a large at
tendance nt this first meeting of thu
year will show a responsive Interest.
Full cooperation Is urgently needed
that the boclet) may do effective work
dining tho car.
I The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
ucn was captured Is In tile southvvevt. pan with the remainder ot the men it
rn part ot tho Transvaal. In the vicl- may be Inferred that the Ua-Ti subse
nlty of Mafcklng. Methuen had start- qi.rntly released tho Mnjor nnd his
ed from Wynburg In Orange Free State ! companions,
and had nearly completed his 100-rulle Thu excitement In tho House if Cum
march to Llchtcnburg when he was ranus was vtry treat while Diodrlck
uttacked. Tho assault was a complete vs., lending thwo cllspnulus, evil at-
?ur',rl"1e cn.mo J"8t M, dwn;
uiuil't.'UiULt'i) uiiur iiiu Milium iuu
krolten camp. The Doers stem to havs
had c en thing their own way from I
the beginning of the attack.
Lord Kitchener's first despatch to
the War Office making announcement1
of the disaster, was dated at Prctorlv
Saturday. It reads as follows:
"PrAtnrln Rntiirrlnv Mnn 1i R 1 1
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Ti. Hocra clarccJ on three uldci.
"Five hundred and fifty men have
come In at Marlbogs and Kmalpjn,
They were pursued b) the Bucra four
r'lles from the scene ot tho ictlou.
They report that Methuen and Paris,
with tho guns, baggage, etc were cap
tured by tho Uder.t. Mclh7fer, when
last seen, was a prisoner, I have no
details of tho casuillles, an I suggest
cel&ilnc publication until I cim svndi
definite news. 1 think this sudden ic-
lnl of actlvlt) on the part of I)clv
rey Is to draw olf me troop prosing
n the second ilcspitch, dated Sun-
do). March 9. Lord Kitchener W)S
"Paris has come In at Kraupuii witli
tho remainder ot the Mien He r-porti
that the column was moving In two
parties. One. with th- ox w.iuons. left
Twe-Uosch at 3 n m Tho other, with
tho mule wagons, started an nour lat
er. Just before dawn the RoeiA at
tacked. Reforo reinforcements could
reach them the rear guard broke li,
th-5 meai'tlmo a large number of Uuc.s
galloped up on both flank. These ut
flisl fie checked by the Ilauk partlis.
tut the panic and stain,.? le tf the1
muics nan ueguD, and all the male wu-
gons. wltn a terrlblo mlxtuie i f mount-
ed men, rushed past the ov wagon,
All efforts to check themo were un-
, availing. Malor Paris collected furtv
men and occupied a position a mile In
f'ont of the ox wagons, which wero
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n wagons nnd .Methuen was wounditr
lu the thigh. Paris, being Mitrounued.i
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Burruniicrcu ai lu a. m. .v:etliucn Is
ttlll In tho Boer camp."
Then follows tho numheis of casual-
tics, as already cabled. Die killed In -
ciuiiu uicuccnanis u it. vtuninif and
1. P W. Nesham of the Ro)aI ArttlUry
who were both killed whlb serving
Ab Lord Kitchener announced that
Major Paris had surrendered nn ! also
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The three-masted schooner Trank W.
Howe, 110 days from Mauritius, bound
for Port Townscnd In ballast, put Into
this port this afternoon for medical as
sistance, two of the crew suffering with
Tho schooner was sighted off Koko
lfftn1 nt ti n'Alm lr ll.lu nm-n In.. mi,,.
1 15 o'clock this afternoon. She fouled
a ship In tho sticam as sho dropped her
anchors. Tho tug Dleu pioceeded to
help her out of her entanglement vvhllo
the Fearless went alongside the Ala-
medii to be ready to pull her round
prlor to tho liner's departure for the
Tho Hove Is u veksel of 483
' l"8- Atkinson Is her captain Sho
lc" Mauritius on Novotubei 29 of last
WELLS, FARGO, & GO,
TEL. MAIN 109.
Matonlc Temple, with American
'" tho lr's,h f f lm'1 ,siP? ? ,0
Liu in C iJtuuiJwn. iuh' uiuru mm u
tribute to Lord Mctlm-, s success In
the earlier part of the war and tho
ruccrs of approval were 1,1 m. to this
v, thout CNrresied illsjent fiom anv
Lord Roberts "vas llstepctl to hi ptr-
lot silence by thv I.onh uiu'. te alio
(Cir.i lticle 1 1th .111 evninijiin.i nf jnnte-
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The Stock Exchange was closed be
fore the news was heard, so that tne
day's quotations were not affected, hut
In tho dealings on the curb prices of
tho South African secuilttes were forc
ed rapidly downward. The mine mar
ket showed this especially .
ARE NOT DISHEARTENED
London, March 11. Kxpresjlons of
steadfastness hnvo today succeeded
those of humiliation which universale
erc heard here on the publication of
the news of General Methuen s dlsas-
tcr. There Is little disposition to niiul-
mlzo tho Incident but ever where Is
heard the determination to maintain
tho tradition that blows serve to
strengthen and stiffen llrlttsh resolu
tion Lord Roscbry struck the popu
lar note toda), lu a speech befoiu the
Glasgow students He admitted that
It was heartbreaking, after all the ex
penditure of life time and money,
"but" he added, "It will not dishearten
us. We have got to see this thing
through. We must take tne blows
which fortune deals us with equanimity
showing ourselves worth) of better for
Reports from the Continent that the
defeat of General Methuen was follow
ed by another light, also favorable to
tho Doers, occasion some auxlet). ow
ing to the absence of news from Gen
eral Qrcnfell's column ot 1300 men,
which left Klerksdorp to Join General
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Methuen. It Is thought that possibly
General Delarey ma) have attacked
j Tho War Secretar), llrodrlck when
'asked in the House of Commons toda)
1 what steps h-il been taken. In view of
tho success of tho Roers against Meth
uen, to send Lonl Kitchener reinforce
ments, said C000 Ycomanr) would lie
Immediately embarked, with large
drafts of cavalry and liifantrv Lord
j Kitchener would ho given all the as
sistance he asked foi
COUNT TOLSTOI WORSE.
St. Petersburg. Maich 13 A sudden
change, for the worse has taken place
In the condition of Count Tolstoi who
has been III for some time past ut Yal
ta, Crimea. His weakness Is more pro
nounced today and smptoms of
pleurisy havo developed His pulse Is
most feeble and frequently stops The
patient cannot sleep and Is In low
Almcondep Located In Hawaii
, ,",l"; l. ". 12. p. s Adams
7.r". ""I""0' the Commercial Hank of
J'u"on- wmtn racu month ago after
,0 "aJ absconded with I art of tho
ba?k18 u,nns. ' l located In Ho-
J10 . .' Jlawal1 VN,,ore' " K 8l111' ,,e
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AMERICA AND HUGAR BOUINTV
London, March 10. According to tho
correspondent In llrussels of tho Stan
dard. It Is said thtro that the United
States will npprovo tho sugar conven
tion nnd that the American Minister to
llelglum, Lavvrenco Townscnd, has
been ordered to conduct certain nego
tiations with tho Ilelglan Government
with leferenco to this subject.
TO HAKE WAR ON
EMPIRE OF JAPAN
London, March 10 In a dispatch
uatcd Shnnghnl tho correspondent of
the Standard sas Hint Chineo mer-
chants coming from Port Arthur de
clare the) have been ordered to re
move their fnmllles from Port Arthui
because preparations wero being made
by tho Russians there for n war with
many mm 101
Advertiser "The report became cur
rent )csterlay afternoon that Judge MagOOD Is Asked to Produce D&CU
Georgo V Gear would leavo In tho
Alameda for Washington. Despite n ments in Equity Suit Mrs,
ri;i:Liuv' in-null uj IliU JIHIK , tllCIV UIU
mail) persons who flrml) believe that
It Is the Intention of the second Judge
to mako the trip.
Ilullctlu reporter Aio )ou going to
Judge Hear Never had an) Idea of
such a thing."
TO VENTURA'S BENEFIT
In Matter of Mails For London From
Colonies Nine Stowaways From
Honolulu To Be
- dated Jul) I 1901. who claimed under
, n deed from John Nicholas Ana acting
San I'rnnclsco, Mar. 13. The break- under tho name of John Nlcholls one
down of the Cunard liner Ktrurln on f the devisees under the will ot Au
di c Atlantic n few davs aco saved the tonlo Philip
day for the Oceanic Btenuishlp Com-
pany of this city Its steamer Ventura.
bringing contract ninlls from Austra
lia nnd New Zealand for London ar
rived hero yesterday morning, two da) s
behind schedule time, nnd under ordi
nary circumstances a special train
would have been necessury, at least a
part ot thu way across the continent, tno courts for several ears, tho prcs-
In order to catch the steamer leaving cnt not being the first contempt caso
New York next Saturday for Kngland. nrlslng out of It Mr Cleghorn was
But the misfortune that overtook the 0"cc r"''1 "n',t,r that process, tho nib-
Etntrla disturbed tho schedule of the fci"nt l.roceed ngs nnd a hlstor) of
mall steamers to such an extent that lnlMC lm'"K hTOn eUe" ln tho Uul'
the Ventura's mall from tho colonics Tho Qllccn.8 , , nobcrtson
will reach London as early b) ordinary wilder attoine)s, moves for n hear-
transportation from this clt) as would nK Mis McCull) Hlgglns' causo
ho possible by special train neioss the against Itself nnd Wnlklkl Land and
country. ' lj)nn Association
The Vcntiua's delay was caused en- Fitch & Thompson attorneys for
tlrely by rough weather ulid head seas. W. II Cornwall, move that Carlos A.
Her time from S)dney was tvwnt)-ono' LonK' plaintiff, be declared In default
ihlVH nnil len luilim rfr.im Alipkl.-inil. 'n his assumpsit Slllt OgalllSt U. C.
eighteen du)s, ten bonis and twent)- ' ncrnrlnno. II Armltago. W. It. Corn
n.n min,.t. nn,i .. iiii .1. '" W I.ucnB, D Kawaiionnkoa. J
seven minutes, and from Honolulu, six
di)s, ten hours and forty minutes
From S)dney to Pago Pago the weath
er was fine, but after leaving the Sa
moan port there were strong head
winds nnd n heavy sea, n gnlo prevail- Wilder make a similar motion on their
Ing before Honolulu was reached. On own behnlf
Mnrch 5 and fi, niter leaving Honolulu, Achl & Johnson for plaintiffs In tho
the Ventura encountered n severe gale, cquuy suit of Kukekakaulani et nl. vs.
with strong head sens. When tho J- A Magoon et nl , to declaro n deed
steamer was shipping big waves over to bo a mortgage and to enncel a
the bow Cadet James Slcvln. who had 'ortBaScj nl,e r Magoon pro-
, rr.. ...i.r.. i.i. ....i.i... 'I'l(-0 t the hearing the original more-
gone forward to satisfy his curiosity , b compIalnant; to tll0 n,
regarding the weather, was struck by a p ,,, ,:at0 trugteeg and the al
wnvo and carried across the deck. His ieKC(I orBnai uced given by com
left arm was broken. I pnnants to Mr. Magoon.
Nino stownw a) s from Honolulu wero1 Frank 8. Dodgo hns filed his bond
brought b) tho Ventura. They wcrIIn $200, with Henry Holmes as surety,
landed at tho quarantine station In a
launch and will be sent back.
Professor Leonard has volunteered to Annie Hall, has died his bond In 12100
glvo a balloon ascension and parachute with W. K. Dillingham as surety.
Jump at tho sceno of the football game J - "
for the benefit of tho McKlnle) Mem- Concert on tho llcljihtsr
orlal fund at Punahou on Saturday. j Urangcmt.nU haxo ,)ccn made ,,,
' " j tho llnwallan Traiuwa)s and the Pa-
A bench warrant was Issued )ester- rifle Heights Hlectrlc Railway for spo
J 1 McDonald. rial car Bervfce thlc evening.
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Hnvo )ou seen it? A neat Oxford
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thing for hotiso wear or for those who
aro on their feet a good deal, It Is
also, properly, a shoo for nurses , . .
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MOTION IN ORPIIEUM CASE
FOR PLAINTIFFS DEFAULT
M'CulIy Higgins vs. Queen's
In the old case In equity of A S.
Cleghorn ndmlnlstralur of the estate
of Antonio Philip, deceased, vj W. R
Cnstlo et al . tho plalntllT b) his nttor
iioys. Robertson &. Wilder, moves for
nn order directing W R Castlo to
show causo why he should nut bo ad
judged to bo In contempt of court for
neglecting to obey the ileerco of tbo
Circuit Court mndo April 27. 1901.
Mr Cleghorn backs his motion with
an affidavit showing that pursuant to
decree mentioned, Mr Castle deliver
ed to him n deed ot the land described
In the decree, with a warranty agilnst
liens nnd encumbrances mado or suf
fered slnco August 30. 18SG, that there
after through an authorized agent Mr.
Cleghorn made demand upon the occu
pants for possession anil was refused.
Tho occupants nro tenants of Manuel
da Hllva Ncvlt, who claims to bo own
cr under a deed from Per Joseph
Affiant has been and still Is unablo
lo ,),,,nln Possession of the land by
reason of tho foregoing facts. On Sep
tember li, r001, lie made demand on
... I'natln fat tllllll tltn ,., I.aI.ia
,in)nl)le t0 nfnnnt ,' t.u ot Ul0 Iam,
according to tho decree.
The land Is situated
Maul, and the matter has been before
a Cohen nnd M Phillips, and that tho
action lie dismissed as against Mr
corny ell Tho BUlt Is upon on Or
piicum season contract Messm. Ar
mitage and Lucas by Robertson &
as guardian of tho person and proper
ty or Charlotto Peabody Dodge. Stan
wood Dodgo. Francis lleverly Dodgo
nnil Phllln l?nrt,ll.n
tialn o. Smith.' as guardian of
neat - looking shoo and
solid comfort, try a
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