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LIGHT ROADSTER-WEIGHT 20 LBS,
. The one displayed In our window with the BLUE HEAD.
Guarnnteed for the rood. ""
E. O. Hall
MOET & CHANDDN'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used at the dinner
l'rlncc Henry following the christening of the Kaisers new yaclit Me
teor. It Is the fmorlte brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
INTERESTING TARIFF POINT
BEFORE JUDGE ESTEE
More Wrangling Over Chinese Shoes
This Morning Decision of Court
Is Promised for
Hamano's appeal from the apprais
ers on the duty upon Chinese shoes
had another Inning In the United
States District Court this morning.
Mr. Fitch wanted the matter replac
ed where It was when the court ad
journed the other day, to complete tho
taking of evidence regarding tho du
tiable qualities ot the shoes. Another
course would be a reversal of tho.
Court's rnllne mi 'iy consent of
ii , i. consent of at-
-. . the Court Jur-
'i J to file a mo-
i the Uoard of
ucueiui Appraisers In New York.
Judge Estee held that could not be
- done, as the Hoard had made a return
to the older of the Court. This stated
that the Importer had not presented
any evidence or made any appearance.
Mr. Fitch contended that the returo
had reference to a former order mailo
last November, but Judge Ksteo read
from the return to show that It quoted
, the order dated January 21, 1902. Mr.
Fitch had been contending that then
was not time for a return to the lateit
order and when shown that tho thing
had actually been done, said he had
not been shown the document previous
ly. Then he urged the view that the
wording of the January order Indicat
ed that It was, for the return of evi
dence supposed lo have been taken
previously, or under the November or
der. - -i-jUeSi.Tsq,
District Attorney Tlreckons, who
took part with Assistant Attorney
Punne In opposing the appellant's po
sition, drgued that the case had reach
ed Its present stage through the ef
forts of the appellant. The court had
formeily taken the view that evidence
might be produced, but no consent ot
counsel to that course could change
the law. Counsel for the Government
had found that the protest of the ap
pellant did not comply wan the stat
ute relative to similitude. This wis a
reference to the decision quoted by
the Government, upon which the court
continued the hearing on Monday. Thn
law of similitude piovfdes for the fix
ing of duties on articles not enumerat
ed In the tariff, among other things
prescribing that, where such article.!
are made ot different materials with
separate rates of duty, the duty to be
charged shall be that of the material
bearing the highest rate.
Judge Estee about this tlmo said:
"The Court will dismiss the case very
soon If you gentlemen will not do
v At this Mr. Dunne announced that
the Government rested on the point
r.t-. ' .ore "adjournment on Mou
tUj "til Mr. Fitch wanted to (lie
hi- m t'.'n above mentioned,
J idi ';stee held the motion was lr
iv'. vai- t that time. Mr. Fitch
ttMihl i it the clerk to file the mo
'l, i .u vitilch the Court replied that
It was between counsel and clerk. "The
Court makes no order," ho concluded.
Deputy Clerk Hatch was officiating,
but Clerk Mating who had not heard
tho Court's ruling was sent for by
Mr. Fitch and carried the motion out
to his office.
The Court then called for argument
on the question of whether tho protest
oi tho Importer did or did not comply
with the statute of similitude. Neither
side had anything to say and Judge
Esteo took the question under edvlso
ment. promising to render a decision
at 10 o'clock Friday,
' "They ssy," remarked the sweet
young thing, n"that you wcro never
really frightened." "Nonsense!" re
turned the man, who was honest as
well as more than ordinarily bravo,
"They forget that I was once-one of
the principals In a " "Duel?" "No
' In a swell church wedding." Chi
cago Evening Post,'
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SEEN IT ?
& Son, Ltd.
given by President Aoosovclt ft)
2087 March" 5. 12. 19, 26.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE AND OF SALE.
In accordance with a power of salo
contained In that certain Mortgage
mado by J, l'nlallo to Antonio Souza,
dated the 14th day of January, A. D,
11)01, and recorded In the Registrar's
Office, Oahu, In Liber 213, Pages 411
'to 413, notice is hereby given that said
.Mortgagee intends to forccloso said
1 Mortgage for condition broken, to wit,
, the non-payment of Interest when due,
and upon said foreclosure will sell at
public auction at the salo rooms of
; Will E. Fisher, corner of Merchant nnd
'Alakca Streets, Honolulu, on Monday,
the 31st day of March, A. D. 1302, at
12 o'clock M. of said day, tho premises
described in said Mortgage as below
Further particulars can bo had of
C. It. Hemcnwny, Attorncy-at-Law, of
ficii 40C Judd building, Honolulu.
Honolulu, March Sth, 1902.
All that certain niece or parcel of
I land situated at Kamaole, Kula. Island
of Maul, described In It. P. No. 2227
to Kekahaul, containing an area of 71
acres, less portion conveyed to Kalna
by deed dated August Sth, 1S90, and
recorded In Liber 104, Pago 301, area
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
1 Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of tho Estate
ot Hugh Mvmlilan, ittj if llmr,lu:ii,
Island of Oah'.i, deceased, notice j
hereby given to all penwn to present
their claims against nail Estate, duly
authenticated, whether fecuml by
mortgage or otherwise, to the under
signed at his ofllce 137 Merchant St.,
Honolulu aforesaid, within six months
from tho date of tnls notice, or they
will bo forever barred,
ui .Mercuam hi., Auminisirator or tno
Estate of Hugh Macmlllan, De
ceased. Dated, Honolulu, February 19, 1902.
.2075 Feb. 19, 26; Mar. G, 12, 19.
NOTICE TO, CREDITORS.
, Estate of Lau Sun Mce.
All creditors of Lau Sun Meo are
hereby notified to present their claims
duly authenticated, and with the
proper vouchers. If any exist, even If
the claim Is secured by mortgage up
on real estate, to me at the sloro of
,Tong Chong, at 253 North King street,
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,' within
six months from the date of this no
tice or they will be forever barred.
I Honolulu, February 26. 1902.
I LAU NO,
Administrator ot Estate ot Lau Sun
I 2081 Feb. Ii; Mar. 5. 12, 19, 26.
1 COPTIC PROM COABT.
Making tho trip In less than six
, (lays, the Occidental and Oriental
steamship Coptic, Captain Hinder, ar
rived In port at 11 o'clock this morning
'from San Francisco, having been
Blghied off Koko Head about 9:30
o'clock. She sailed lrom San Francis
co at 1 o'clock In tho afternoon of
Thursday, the 13th Instant. Lay-over
I passengers for Honolulu are: J. T.
fclske Jr.. W, Goibam, W, J, Gorham,
John Miller, Miss Annie Hates, W.
Pago, James Pinnock and S. D, Poole.
Tho Coptic brings flvo days later mall
and newspaper files. The list of her
through passengers and tho time of
her Bulling for the Oiient will be
found In another column.
DE WET AND DELAP.EY,
New YoiM March 12. A cable to
tho Sun from London says: A brief
telegram dated Hellbion, March 11th,
reports that Ceneral do Wet and ex
President Steyn ciosscd the main rail
way two nights previously live miles
north of Wolvehoek, going west.
It Is assumed here that tills means
that De Wet Is trying to Join Delarey.
Improved Rapid Service.
The Pacific Heights Electric Rail
way Company will run cars every
twent minutes from 7 to 10:30 p. m.,
(his oenlng, to accommodate those
wishing to attend the band concert,
Scots will bo provided for the ladles.
' i " r
r n. In,
a m p. m
n ii i4 i.t
lo 4) 4 10
il a. m.
I S9 J H 6 17
f m a m. p. m.
I, o .t 7,
" J', 7 II O 1
I 14 I t 1 41 7 J4 7 JO
I 17 1.7 1 BO I I! I II
b till 6. I 07 S J4 to
Bill I I iH 1. Q 10
p. m.j la, m. I
4 BO 1.0, J si lo oo 10 S7
I I I
Full moon on the' 23d at 4:31 p. m.
Tides from the United States CoaBt
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and IIIlo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Oreen wclh time, being
ti.ut of the meridian of 157.30. Tho
tlmo whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, on 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero
n branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
Ofllce located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit freo ot charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Tuesday, March 18.
Am. bk. Gerard C. Tobey, Gove, 13
days from San Francisco.
Str, Lehua, Nap.ila, from Molokal.
Wednesday, March 19.
Str. Mtkahala, from Kolon with 5250
bags of sugar.
Str. Kauai, from Makawelt, with 6250
bags of sugar.
Str. Walalcale, from Ahuklnl, with
31(10 bags of sugar.
O. & O. S, S. Coptic, ..Kinder, from
Am, schr. Frank W, Howe, Atkinson,
110 days from Mauritius, bound for
Port Townsend. Put In for medical as
Tuesday, March 18.
G. N. S. S. Eureka, Wcedon, for San
Francisco via Kahulul to complete su
Str. Keauhou, Mosher, for Walmea
Schr, Kawallanl, Moses, for Koolau
Sloop Kalulanl, for Akl's Landing.
Str, Claudtne, Parker, for Maui
Str. Maul, Bennett, for Mahukona,
Str. W. G, Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
Wednesday, March 19,
Am. bk. Coronado, Potter, for San
Francisco, with sugar.
O. & O. S, S. Coptic, Hinder, from San
Francisco, expected early this after
O. S. S. Alameda, llarrlman, for San
Francisco; leaves Oceanic wharPnt 3
Str. Maul, for Mahukona at 3 p .m.
Str, Lehua, for Kaunakakal at 3 p. m
Str. Nllhau, for Auklnl and liana-
maulu nt 5 p. m,
For Kauai ports, per stmr. W. O.
Hall, March IS. Miss Mallna. A. S.
Wilcox and wife. G. N. Wilcox, U
11. Mable, Cboo Fook, Lun Toy, E.
Blake, J. Mallon, Charles Day, Mrs.
Grote, Mrs. Kanehlwa, R. U. Mitch
ell, Lee Sam, J. K. Kauai. J. K. Gau
dall, Mrs. Hoomanawalnul, J. J. Cor
coran. For Maul ports, per str. Claudlne,
Mar. IS A. Fernandez and wife, Rev.
T. Goml, T. Yamashlta, Mrs. M. Freltas
A. Enos; for Lahalna C. 11. Ilelllna,
G. Schuman; for Huelo Mr. Warner,
P. F. Snyder; for Lanal L, A. C. Pa
rlsh, Alexander Dowsett, George Rich
ardson. PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
From San Francisco, per O. & O. S.
8. Coptic, March 19. For Yokohama
Robert Allan. Miss M. M. Carpenter,
Mrs. C. P. Cheney, J. T. Flske Jr.,
G. L. Hamilton, Mrs. G. I.. Hamll
ton, I. A. Krassnoff, John Latta, Miss
Anna Peterson, Miss G. M. Phillips,
D .8. Richardson, Miss Marlon Rich
ardson, C. II. Stedman, Mrs. C. 11.
btedman, Mrs. E. I, Suglmoto and In
font, Rev. A. Sutherland D.D., J. The
baud, Mrs. i. E. Wclbourne. Miss E.
E. Wclbourne. Miss . M. Wilson. For
Kobe Oscar Iloehm. J. Leo Thomp
son, Mrs. J. Lee Thompson. For Na
gasakiMrs. E. H. Fulkerson and
chlldien. P. F. Kingston, Mrs. P. F.
Kingston and daughter. For Shang
hai R. 6. Drew, Mrs. E. B. Drew,
Miss L. n. Drew, .Miss E. C. Drew,
J. B. Fltz Gibbon. Mrs. J. B. Fltz-GIb-bon
and Infant, W. H. Hunt, Mrs. W.
H, Hunt. For Hongkong Miss An
nie Hates. E. Bowditch. Mrs. E. Bow
ditch. Rev. 8. Dayon, Mrs. S. Dayon,
Mrs. R. A. Ford. G. M. Johnson, C.
II. Leadbetter, F. W. Keith. Mrs. F.
W. Keith and two children. A, Meiir
er, Miss K. Mclsaae. Mrs. I. N. Na
son. August Nelson, Mrs. A. C. Parke.
Miss Grace Parke, James Pinnock, S.
D. Poole. Dr. It. Schlffmann, O, E.
Weller, C. 13, Wheeler, Mrs, C. E.
Wheeler. Mrs. W. Page. From Hono
luluCol. H, M. Boles, Mrs. H. M.
Boies. .Miss E. M. Botes, J. J. Brown,
Mrs. J. J. Brown, Mrs. Chas. Hoet tell
er, Miss Hoettcher, Col. Edward Fen
ncr, Mrs. Edward Fenner, J. Herrera,
M. H. Mlltenbergcr, Miss M. Mulli
gan, Miss N. McMurtrle, F. F. Pren
tlss, Mrs. F. F. PrentlBs, J. E. Smith,
E. B. Sturgls. Mrs. E. U. Bturgls,
Alias N. Sturgls, Capt. D. II. Ward.
For San Francisco, per O. 8. S. Ala
meda, sailing today at 3 p. m. Mrs. 8,
Newcomb, Mrs. G, M. Bright, Mrs. J.
8. Spltzer and son. MIbb I. Spltzer,
E. M. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Hatha
wav. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thomas and
child, Mrs. Underbill, C. E. Espey
and wife, Mrs. C, J. ..organ, E. A,
P. Newcomb. Ed. P. Williams. F. J.
Lowrey. H. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Bray, Mrs. I,. Chawgo, Miss J. Kauff
man, Mrs. C. H . Atherton and three
en ren. Henry Koehler. O. C. Koehl
er, Alexander Young. W. II. Corbln.
Hugh A. Koehler, Master Prlester.
Mrs. II, Koehler, Mrs. Prlester. Col, 55.
8. Spalding, W. E. Saner. O. Lesslng
ham, E. P, Dole. W. CI Forrester. A.
D. Butt, T. A. Nagle. W. J. Scheran,
J., J, ltowlcy, M. Roraback and wife,
Miss Coombs, Miss Carden, Madame
lilshop, Lieutenant Hancock, Geo. E.
Mi e, Miss Fox, J. F. Clync. W. W.
Ollkey, T. J, Macka'y, J. Rosenberg,
II. Ablborn. A. W, Ahlborn, S. Mor
ris Leslie, F. Karstl, O. II Campbell
and wife, J. F. Gurney, O. D. Linn,
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. Sier
ra, March 25 Mr. and Mrs. It. Bury,
A. Young, Prof, Koebele nnd wife, Mrs.
T. If. Hanna, Dr. J. M. Crllcy, .Mrs. Wl
11, HaRcltlne and child, Mrs. Thomas
Cole, H, McDd. Spencer, A. It. D. Pat
terson, A, N, Brown and wife, J.
Haynrs, II, M. Alexander, J. It. Dag
gett, Mr. Miller, B. II. Cole and wife,
Mrs. J. It. Snyder, John Williamson
II. 13. Burke, wife and child, William
A. Sexton, Thomas Fitch and wife,
Mrs. V. M. P. Dens, Miss L. A. Per
kins,. C. D. Warren, Mrs. Walplo, II
II. Shufelt and wife, Miss Hradcn, Ed
ward Prlckctt ond wife, Mrs. II. It.
Bryant, Miss tlreenwell. John W. Fer
ris, Mrs. A. Ormsby, It. Clendennlng
nnd wife, Mrs. A. O. Lewis, J, J. Feck-
ler. Governor Dole, J. G. Anderson and
wife, Miss Alice Crozler, Miss Meyer,
N. II. Urown and wife, Miss L-. S. Cleve
land, 8. L. Wood nnd wife, S. II. Wood
Miss Lula M. Wood, Mrs. E. F. Under
bill. C. D. Haven, Dr. Young, Misses
F. nnd J. Pratt, G. H. Taylor and wife,
A. J. Clark and wife, G. G. Plnkham
nnd wife, II. Moore, Mrs. John Can
non and four children, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Douglass, F. Edlcr, wife and three
children, Mrs. L, D, Tlmmons and
child, J. E. Gleason and wife, O. O.
Jancway and wife, A. Schtilllng, Mrs.
G. II. Mackenzie, C. Jacsslng, W. R.
Anderson, wife and daughter, M, P.
Bothclo, John Ross.
Washington, Mar. lO.Respettlng a
Brussels dlcpatch published in London
as to the attitude of the United States
Government toward the sugar conven
tion, Just agreed upon In the Belgian
capital by the representatives of the
beet sugar powers, It Is stated here
that this requires no action whatever
on the part of the United States. As
this country produces no bounty aided
sugar, it was not directly concerned In
the proceedings at Dnmels, and was
unrepresented there. But, Indirectly,
It Is realized that the results of the
conference might be of great Import
ance to the United States, as affecting
tho solution ot the Cuban customs
problem and Influencing the treasury
receipts through the abolition of the
present countervailing duties.
Mllstcr Townsend was directed by
the State Department to make Inju
ries as to what was doing at Brussels
touching sugar, and It It atsumed that
this Instruction was tho basis for the
presumption on the part of the English
newspapers that the United States
Government was contemplating an ad
herence to the convention.
Horta, Azores, March 9. The Cun
nrd line steamer Etrurla was towed
into this poit today, anchoring at C
o'clock this evening. All on board aro
well. She had an uneventful passage,
except for tho breaking down, which
occurred during the dinner hour ol
February 20th. When this occurred
the Etrurla had only Just finished
speaking by wireless telegraphy with
tho Cunardcr Umbrla. After the acci
dent wns discovered the Etrurla called
the Umbrla for one hour, but without
Upon examination It was found that
the ship's propeller had broken off out
side tne tube and that the rudder had
been carried away by the propeller.
Tho Etrurla then sent up rockets,
which were seen by the British steam
er William Cliff. The latter bore down
and was alongside In fifty minutes aft
er the accident. Bhe stood by until
daylight, when, nfter several attempts,
sho succeeded In passing a hawser
aboard the Etrurla. The tank Bteam
er Ottawa arilvcd on tho scene at this
time. The William Cliff tnen attempt
ed to tow the Etrurla, while the Otta
wa nttempted to help her. The hawser,
however, broke. ,
Tho Ottawa stood by for two days,
and then left for Fayal, bearing the
second officer of the Etrurla to report
the disaster and obtain assistance. In
the meantime the crew of the Etrurla
had made every effort to rig a Jury
rudder. The first of such rudders was
carried away Immediately. After flip
tner efforts, lasting for two days, a
second Jury rudder was successfully
adjusted, and Is still In position.
Tho passengers of the Etrurla were
satisfied that they were In no danger,
and tljoy praise the conduct of the cap.
tain and the crew. The passengers
amused themselves with the usual
deck sports, and concerts were held
ALDBN BE8BE LEAKING.
San Franclsio, March 9. A story of
a leaking trip, great galeB and ex
haustlng work on the part ot the crew
wbb brought to port by tho bark Alden
Hesse, Captain Kessel. arriving yes
terday after a passage oT nineteen days
from Honolulu. The Alden Hesse left
Honolulu on February 9th, but Bprang
a leak soon after leaving nnd had to
put back. Eleven hundred tons of th.)
sugar cargo was discharged, and the
bark Ballad again on February 17th
A succession of southwest gales sprang
up, tho sea became mountainous, and
tho bark labored heally. Another se
ries of gnles was encountered on
..larch Cth when 400 mllCB west of thin
port, and tho bens piled the decks full
to the rail, stove In a boat on the star
board quarter, smashed down the gal
ley doors and the port bulwarks, and
caused the vessel to leak again. The
malntopmast stay was also carried
awnv. Unon arrival vesterdav the Al
den Hesse wasMeaMng at the rate of
two and a half Inches an hour.
Kekaula Kuplhea having brought
suit for divorce against James Kupl
hea and the llbellant have petitioned
Judge Gear that the llbellee be ordered
to pay the costs of court, a fee to her
attorney and alimony In the sum of
$25 per month, said llbellee haB been
ordered to appear In court at 10 a, m.
March 24 to show cause why all this
should not bo granted.
THE LOOMS OF NEW ENULAND have come to be today the
wonder of the world. Yankco skill and Ingenuity Is able to dupli
cate the finest productions of England and France, and at from one
third to one-half the cost.
How can they do It? How can they produce a fine, even, sightly
fabric embellished with the daintiest ot color printings for so nominal
n sum? Give It up. The goods are hete Co amaze both you and us.
Adequate description Is utterly Impossible, but the following hints
DAINTY SWISSFS Perfect reproductions of tho European origi
nals; you could not tell the dlffcrnce nor could we. The weave and
the color effects are worthy of goods costing several limes the price.
There are many, many new patterns In this ever popular fabric.
The styles are French but tho product Is entirely American.
ISc BATISTES I5c
Than these no cloth or color stands tho laundry better. The French
product sells at 30c a yard. These patterns made at the mills ot Low
ell, Mass., we guaranteo to be as solid In colors, (as lasting and as
pretty, nt exactly halt tho price of the foreign materials.
PERCALES No need to say that where a strong, closely woven
wash fabric Is wanted nothing Is quite as good as percale. You havo
your choice of somo fifty patterns.
And then there are white goods and printed goods and goods
dyed In the yarn; in fact, no such assemblage of wash goods beauty
has ever been gathered here before Come and see It.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
NEW TO-DAY I
Report of the Condition of
The First National Bank
At Honolulu, in the Territory of Ha
waii, at the Close of Business,
February 25th, 1502.
Loans and Discounts 8C2.0S5 CI
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 4,902 11
U. 8. Bonds to secure cir
culation 50,000 00
U. S. Bonds to secure U.
8. Deposits . ...v 200.000 00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 12.000 00
Banking house, furniture,
and fixtures 8,050 48
Due from oiate Hanks
and Hankers 9,997 19
Due from approved re
serve agents 19.009 03
Internal Revenue Stamps 1,040 00
Checks and other cash
Items 22,900 43
Notes of other National
Banks 1,595 00
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels nnd cents.. 294 3f
Lawful Money Reserve In
Specie $210,107 50
notes . ..... 310 00
U. S. certifi
cates for gold
deposited.... SO 00 210,557 50
Redemption fund with U.
S. Treasurer (5 of cir
culation) 2.500 00
Total J1.40C.144 08
Capital stock paid ln....$ 500.000 00
Surplus fund 45,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid 2,500 06
National Bank notes out
standing 48,800 00
Due to State Banks and
Bankers 37.420 24
Dividends unpaid 217 50
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 432,539 00
Demand certificates of de
posit 80.550 22
Certified checks 890 75
United States deposits.. 213,438 96
Deposits of U. S. disburs
ing officers 37,015 C8
Liabilities other than
those above stated,.,. 1,711 Ct
Total . .
Territory of Hawaii. Island of Oahu. as:
I, W, G. Cooper, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
tne above statement Is truo to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
W. G. COOPER.
M. P. ROBINSON,
G. J. WALLER.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
Itbts ISth day of March, 1902.
ui.u. i,. mui-.i.uw,
Saturday Afternoon and Evening
Grand Production of n scries of
Ancient Hawaiian Hlttory adapted
for the stage by the
P0N0I DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be piesented In English by Native
Hawaiian. A Melodrama In two acts,
The Lady of the Twilight
New Scenes New Customes New Songs
A musical lnteilude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Subscribe for the "WEEKLY
BULLETIN, only $1 per annum.
Against Minister Wu
Peking, March 10. A prominent
Manchurlan censor has memorialized
the throne for the removal of Wu
Ting Fang, the Chinese Minister to
tne United States. Tho censor as
serfs that Wu Ting Fang corruptly re
tained, ostensibly for repairs to tlu
Chinese legation In Washington, 80,
000 of the Tientsin silver refunded by
the American Government,
Washington. March 10. Minister
Wu said tonight that he promptly in
fornix. 1 his Government ns soon as the
United States turned over to him the
Tientsin sliver fund, and tho money
vim placed at his disposal. An ac
knowledgment was received by tele
itraph. Not one cent of the fund, Wu
said could be misappropriated, and
If any portion of It were to be used
fir any purpose whatever this could
!) done only by the sanction of the
ohlnNse Government. The Minister
ha not heard officially of the presen
tation of the memoilal for his remov
al bn he treats the matjer very light
Peking. March 11. The Chinese
Government has presented to the
United States Minister, Mr. Conger, h
strong memorial against the re-enar-t-cent
of the Chinese exclusion law by
lhi Uillted States. The Government
hro paitlcularly objects to the exclu
sion of Chinese from the Philippine
and Hawaiian Islands, representing
that the Chinese had acquired exten
sive commercial Interests there and
were closely connected with tho Isl
and by family lies, so that repression
I of fn-e Intercourse would result In pc
l JUdl UUIUSilll.
Tha weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Fine Job Friutine at the Bui
For Want Column St-e Page Six
YOUNQ man reeks position as stenog
rapher: expert shorthand writer;
bpst experience. Address II. S.,
Bulletin office. 209-2t
ROOM AND BOARD.
MARRIED couple deshe board and
rnom In private family; must be
reasonable. Address II. I., this of
FOR RENT Cottage Glove, King St.
Inquire F E. King, No. 8. 2093-tf
NEW - TO-DAY
A meeting of the Hawaiian Live
Stock Breeders' Association will be
held In the hall over Castle & Cooke's
offices, Satuiday morning. March 22d.
,ut 10 o'clock. A. F. JUDD.
No fishing boats will be allowed to
moor to any of the Territorial Govern-
meut docks In Honolulu fiom and after
thWdate. J, H. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Depaitment of Public Works,
March 19th, 1902. ,2099-lt
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
JOHN D. McVEIGH has this day
been appointed Deputy Assessor and
Collector for the District or Honolulu,
Island of Oahu.
JAMES DAVIS has this day been
appointed Deputy Assessor and Col
lector for the District of Koolauloa,
vice Louis James Aylett, leslgned.
(Signed) JAMES W. PRATT.
Assessor First Division.
(Signed) WM. H. WRIGHT,
March 12, 1902. 2099-31
65 Queen St.
On Thursday, March 20th, 1902
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will Bell at Public Auction tho follow
ing goods which nro all new:
Men's and Boys' Clothing
ladles', Men's and Children's Shoes
Tablets, Hair Oil, Stationery
Tailor Buttons, Sewing Machines
Shirtings, Belts, Hats and Caps
White Goods, Candles, Combs
Jewelry, Snavlng Soap
Muslin Underwear, Sewing Silk
Knives and Forks, Goggles
Table SpoonB. Watch Chains
Tea Spoons, Spectacles
Table Linen, Otis Checks
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen St
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