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' HI NEWS
. Arrived From San Fran
cisco at 8 o'clock
4 This Morning.
UAS THIRTY-ONE MEN
FOR SIXTH ARTILLERY
Headquarters, Band and Second Bat
talion of Tenth Infantry Aboard
- About a Thousand Souls
At daylight the United Statts army
transport Hancock was sighted off
, Koko Head. At 8 o'clock she moored
i alongside Navy wharf No. 1
The Hancock sailed from San Fran
cisco on Saturday, the 15th InBt., early
. In the afternoon, making the run to
this port It. less than seven days.
As the last news and mall from tht
Mainland was brought by tho Coptlo
which sailed from tho Coasi on tho
13th Inst, the Hancock brought two
days later mall and newspaper flies.
She landed sixty-eight bags of mall
for Honolulu .
The Hancock Is bound for Manila
with troops, Including tfie headquar-
ters, band and second battalion of the
10th Infantry, numbering 418 men;
I 149 men la a detachment of the United
States Marine Corps, and 19 men of
1 the Hospital Corps, U. S. A., besides
343 casuals and recruits and a number
- of cable rassengers.
Thirty-one men arrived In the Han
' cock for Honolulu, to swell the local
artillery force, their number Includes
20 men of the 66th and 11 men of the
67th Coatt, Artillery,
Nearly a thousand officers and men
arc bound through to the Philippines.
besides a number of women, wives of
oQlcers, and others.
The cabin passenger list Is as fol
lows: Tenth Infantry Col. S. II. Lin.
coIp. Ma, Ralph W. Hoyt. Capt. It. C.
Van Vllet, Capt. Henry Klrby, Cant
C. J. T. Clarke. Capt. K. A. lloot. Chap
lain Bernard Kelly, I.leuts. It. F. Wal;
i ton, G. S .Turner, K. II. Cooke, John
' Un. Morris. J. G. Hannah, Robert 0.
RHumbeh E. R. Wilson. Walter U
I'ilced, BenJ. R. Wade: Col. Jesse M.
Lee and Lieut. Chas. I) Hall. 30th In
fantry; Capt. M. D. Cronln, 25th In
fantry: Capt. Albert Laws, 24th Infan
cy; Capt. J. E. Mahoney, U. S. M. C.j
Lieut W. W. White. 13th Infantry.
Ileut. Frank F. Jewctt, 1st .Infantry;
Lieut. Oscar A. McGee, 9th Cavalry;
Lleuts. V. S. M. C. R. P. Williams.
William Brackctt, Walter 13. Noa and
Earl H. Ellis; Past Asst. Surgeon H.
B. Wilson, U ,S. N,; Contract Sur
geons, V. S. A., Albert P. Bcslng, Chas.
K. Freeman and Ernest E. Robert:
Dental Surgeon John D. Mllllken, U. S,
A.; Jules Url. Vot. Surg., Cth Calvary
Mrs. R. W. Hoyt, Mrs. M. D. CronlnL
Miss Hannay, Mrs. R. C. Van Vllet
and t.o children, Mrs. E. A. Root,
Miss Mary Poole, Mrs. II. t). Wilson.
Surgeon. U. S. N.; Mrs. J. O. Hannah,
Mrs. R. C. Humbcr,; child and nurse;
Mrs. W. L. Reed. Jdrs. B. R. Wade
Miss Mario Lowe, Mrs. P. A. McGee,
Mrs. J. F. Presnell and son, John M.
Syh ester. Mrs. Sylvester, I II. Alex
ander, clerk, quartermaster's depart
ment, Miss Daisy Doane.
Purser Frank Schupp of the !Ian
rock has been with the vessel slnco
her first trip to the Philippines with
troops, his ever obliging disposition
' and many accomplishments making
him a splendid man for the responsi
ble position. He possesses one of the
finest collections of largo plfotograph)
of transports ever seen In this port,
Ma rabln containing handsomely fram
ed pictures of every troopship In the
Tbe Hancock did not sight thetrans
port Egbert. The former vessel en.
joi ed a pleasant passago to port. Sh
Is coaling and will get away tor Ma
nila early In the week.
ttt she reason wo advertise.
V good work, good materials
M9 promptness means anything
te you you want us to take
See our samples on display at
Rice & Perkins,
tton Block, cor. Hotel and
Wfjtoa 8ts. Entrance on Union.
BY II BOERS
London, . March 13 Tho following
dispatch, dated Pretoria. March 13th,
has been received, from Lord Kitche
ner: "General' Methuen was brought
to Klerksdorp today. He Is doing well.
Everything possible Is being dono for
Tho War Secretary, Brodrlck, an
nounced in the Homo of Commons to
day that he understood that General
Methuen, who was captured, severely
wounded, by General Delarcy, March
10th., had been released. Tho Gener
al's condition was favorable. Ilrodrlck
added that tho exchange of General
Methuen for Commandant Krltstnger
had not Been contemplated. Tho trial
of tho Commandant ha'd been postpon
ed because consideration of tho evi
dence to be presented had not been
Timothy M. Ilcaly, Irish Nationalist,
amid Nationalist cheers. Invited the
Government to show equal magnanim
ity and release Commandant Krltsln,-
oIKlE IS Ml)
Washington, March 13. The Board
of Qeneral Appraisers has decided, In
the matter of tho protest of II, Hack-
feld & Co., Ltd., against tho decision of
the Collector of Customs at Honolulu,
as to the rate and amount of duties
chargeable on a cargo of iron Imported
Into Honolulu on the ship Challenger
In September, 1900. Tho iron came
from Glasgow, but was trans-shipped
at New York, and tho Importers claim
ed that tho goods should have been
treated as It coming from New York. It
Is held by the Boaid that the entire
voyage from Glasgow to Honolulu
should bo treated as one transaction,
and the Importation be deemed as
made from Scotland to Hawaii. Tho
mete landing of goods at New York In
bond does not constituto an Importa
tion Into New Y6rk. '
i The second meeting of the Hawaiian
Live Stock Association ..which was to
hare been held this morning at 10
o'clock In the room above Castle &
Cooke's offices was adjourned until
Monday at 2 p. m. as a number of the
prominent stock men were absent, but
were expected to return. to this city
by Monday. Chairman Isenberg In
structed tho secretary of the associa
tion to write a letter to the Planters!
Association, which organization meets
In the same place1 on Monday forenoon,
inviting the members present to at
tend their meeting.
CECIL RHODES FAILING.
Capo Town. Mar. 15. Noon Cecil
Rhodes, at this hour, Is In a very crltl
Mr. Rhodes passed a very bad night.
His condition at times was highly
critical and the attending physicians
had frequent recourse to oxygen, The
patient's continual loss of strength
causes great anxiety. The physicians
are In constant cable communication
with" the London heart specialist who
attended Mr. Rhodes last year.
60U.VBNIR FIENDS RUINED HIM.
New York, March 14. Rupert Fritz,
a chef who served the luncheon at
hooters Island for the 2000 personn
who witnessed the launching ot Em
peror William's yacht Meteor, has as-
Signed. Fritz says ho borrowed a
largo amount of sllverwaro from
friends for uso at tho luncheon. In
the rush for souvenirs nearly all of
the sllverwaro disappeared before
Fritz and his assistants were aware of
the raid. Finding It impossible to
make good his losses, Fritz decided
upon an assignment.
. AN ENGLISH EDITION.
Tho bid staunch newspaper, Ihc In
dependent Home Rule, will henceforth
issue a weekly English edition 'n con
Junction with the. Hawaiian. Its first
edition was Issued today and can be
bad at tho Wall, Nichols Co. This pa
per will place before the President and
members of Congress the present situ
ation in Hawaii from an Impartial
standpoint. Its articles will be on live
topics pertaining to the political situ
ation. George Markbam is the editor.
" WOMAN'S GUILD.
The Woman's Qulld'of the Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's will
meet Monday, March 24, at the rest
dence ot Mrs. Charles S. Crane, Kewalo
street, near Wilder avenue.
A full attendance Is desired as mat
ters ot special Importance are to b
WINIFRED PIKE EMORY,
WORK ON THO CHINESE BILL
Washington, Mar. 14. The Houso
Committee on Foreign Affairs continu
ed Its consideration today of the
Mltchell-Kabn Chinese exclusion bill.
Most of the Important features of ex
clusion have been agreed to, but much
administrative detail romnlns to be
Picked Up a Boat.
On her trip to port from Kolos, tbs
steamer Kcauhou picked up a smart
boat oft this harbor. The boat was ap
parently tho property of Japanese fish
ermen and contained two small anchors.
HONOLULU, TE11RITORY 01" HAWAII, SATU11DAY. MAltOH 22. 1902
New York, March U, A special to
the Trlbuno from Chicago says: Beet
sugar men of the West! representing
$100,000,000 capital, aro organizing to
tight tuo sugar trust, or tho American
Sugar Refining Company. Tbe first
steps were taken this afternoon at a
meeting In this city of the stockhold
ers of tho Idaho Beet 8ugar Company.
Ex-Congressman J. Hamilton Lewis
of Washington, who Is president of tho
Idaho Company and Is said to bo
slated for the presidency of the beet
sugar trust, arrived today from Seat
tle. "It Is trtio," ho said, "that a plan for
tbe reorganization of the beet sugar
companies of the West Is well under
way, but the matter is not In shape to
"Will you fight the sugar trust or ex
pect to bo absorbed 7"
"There la no talk of merger or ab
Lord Wolseley is Going
TO LOOK IINTO
Affairs in South Africa
London, March 14. Field Marshal
Lord Wolseley, former Commauder tu
Culef of the British army.ls to go again
to Africa, tho sceno of his greatest
military triumphs. He says his trip
is to be entirely private, and me War
Department denies any connection
with It, but tho average' Briton is talk
ing of coming important changes in
South Africa and connecting them
with the Journey of Lord Wolsoluy,
which will begin tomorrow.
The capture of l.ord Methuen made
oni'bf tho hardest blows Britain has
hs.ll to bear for years, and when this
,was Immediately followed by news
that Kitcheners blockhouse system
had been found weak again In spots.
anger was succeeded by disgust. That
tho War Office bu "determined to prac
l.caily begin again at the bottom and
make a clean sweep, mapping out an
entirely new plan of campaign, Is tho
In tho City, Lord Wolselcy's trip Is
believed to be the beginning of new
Washington, Mar. 14. Members of
tbe Ways and Means Committee stated
with posltlveness today that the con
ference, now in progress would result
In a compromise agreement In the Cu
ban reciprocity Issue, probably on the
lines of 20 per cent concession for una
or two years.
On the other hand, some of the con
ferees representing the element oppos
ed to the Ways and Means Committee,
stated that whllo an amicable adjust
ment undoubtedly would be reached,
there would be no consent to any plan
Involving a reduction of tariff. Repre
sentative Fordney of Michigan, one ot
the conferees, takes this view, and has
favored the conference plan by which
there should be 20 per cent reduction
ot the Cuban duties on goods going
into Cuba and In return the payment
to Cuba out ot the United States Treas
ury of an amount equal to 20 per cent
of the duties on Cuban goods coming
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LORD HOPE BANKRUPT
London. March 14. Tho falluro is
announced of Lord Francis Hope. The
petitioning creditors' claim was 4000.
Lord Francis Hope Is tho husband
of the beautiful American actress who
was known on the stage as May Yohu,
and who recently has been living In
tho Orient with Captain Putnam
Bradlco Strogn, formerly of the United
States Army. Lord Hope Is a brother
of tho Duke ot Newcastle, who Ib an
Invalid and without direct heir. The
succession to tho rich Newcastle es
tates will, therefore, finally fall to
Lord Francis Hope, but In the mean
time It Is apparent that tho Duko does
not proposo to pay any of the bills of
his younger brother. Ill-luck menu
to be on the track of Lord Hope, for
ho recently shot himself In the foot
and wounded himself so badly that the
member had to be amputated.
LADIES VIEW NEW BUILDING.
The magnificent new Hackfcld
building at the corner of Queen and
Fort streets was aglow with electric
lights last night A quintet club was
stationed In the. main Fort street hall
and refreshments were served, tbe
event having been made a ladles' re
ception. Officers and employes of the firm
wero on hand to show the ladles and
their escorts over the new building.
Much delight was expressed at tha
beautiful Interior decorations and tha
pvenlng passed most pleasantly, those
In charge taking rare that their guests
were well looked after.
Bulletin, TBo usr raorrtfc.
sorption. Wo will fight tho trust; If
you like, call it 'trust against trust.' '
From other sources It was learned
that during the next fortnight repre
sentatives of most of the Western beet
sugar men will meet In this city to
tako final steps In the reorganization
and consolidation of the new compa
ny. The name will probably be the
American Beet Sugar Company and
the apltal will be $100,000,000, or
aoout one-tenth of the combined stock
Issues of the subsidiary concerns,
Michigan companies, the Idaho Com
pany, tho Colorado Beet Sugar Com
pany and nearly all others of equal
Importance are said to be In the deal.
Oxnard, It is understood. Is liu
the proposed consolidation.
According to these Informants a
great battle, with the Havemeyer com
pany Is coming. Beet sugar, they
maintain, can be manufactured cheap
er than the cane product.
Ideas. Thp War Office believes
Wolseley will make a thorough Inves
tigation of the situation In South Af
rica. Henco came a rumor late to
night that as a matter of fact he Is to
take actual charge of future opera
tions. Ho Is not, however, to go to the
front, it Is believed, unless he deems
it Imperative, but Is to remain In
Cape Town, keeping In communication
Kitchener is being most harshly
criticised for his course In the present
plan ot campaign. His reassuring
messages and his triumphant reports
of Insignificant victories have' angett
ed all Britain. Especially was this the
case when ho announced the Majuba
day anniversary victory victory
that was almcst Immediately over
shadowed by three almost Inexcusable
Colonel Frank Rhodes and Arthur
Rhodes, brothers of Cecil Rhodes, and
Lady Methuen will be passengers on
the steamer which will take Iord
WolBeley to Cape Town.
Fordney holds that this will give tho
desired relief without Involving a re
duction ot duty. Tho plan is some
what similar to the rebate proposition
heretofore presented, except that this
payment is to go direct to tho Cuban
government Instead of the planters.
The conference lasted from 2 until S
p. m., and at Its close Chairman Payne
who had been delegated by both sides
to give out a statement, said that after
further consideration of the subject
the conferees had come to no conclu
sion and had adjourned until 2 o'clock
It Is understood that much of the
time was given to an argument by Mor
ris of Minnesota on the constitutional
ity of a rebate. Individually the mem
bers, after an agreement were good,
but that the form of the agreement
was still In doubt, no one plan yet hav
ing shown Its advantage over the oth
ers. No votes were taken at tho meet
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The Junior Association Football
Leaguo will play Its last game today
on the Punahou grounds at 3:15 p. m.
The game which will be played by the
Malle lllmas versus the Punahous will
bo an interesting one as It will decide
tho championship, each team having
now 6 points to Its credit. The line
up of the teams will bo as follows)
Malle lllmas C, Ludwlgscn, goal;
P. Ehrllch and B. Nott, hacks, and N.
Osborn, II. Bailey and F. Dodge, for
wards, Punahous A, Oilman, goal; L, Ma
goon and A. Dreler, backs, and If.
Dawsett, E, Andrews and S. Dodge,
Dowsett will captain tho Punahou
team while Osborn will lead the Malle
lllmas. The Punahous have G, Murray
as a reserve and the Malles M. Turner.
T, Osborn and G. Hatch will act as
In tho game played this morning be
tween the High School nnd the Maklkl
team the former got very badly bcatf n
the final score being, Maklkls 33, High
School 7. Tho weather was pretty bad
and spoiled tho game to n Jnrgo extent.
The scoro by Innings was ns follows;
High School ...2 10011020 7
Maklkl 8 3 3 0 13 0 0 0-23
Pedolln relieves and cures bunions
and soft corns. Dr. W. It. Ilogle, Ore
District Attorney R. W. Breckons
and Assistant J. J. Dunne for the
United States and Hatch & Sllllman'
for Honolulu Plantation Company have j
litigation between the patties, pend '
Ing the conclusion of negotiations for a
compromise which have been submit-1
ted to the government for approval.
Tbe basis of settlement was forward-1
ed to Washington by the Alameda's
mall. It is kept a secret On the first '
trial the Jury awarded the Honolulu!
Plantation Company $105,000. judge'
Ester deeming this excessive offered to :
enter Judgment for $75,000. which the
defendant rejected. A second trial re
sulted in n verdict for $103,523, and
the plaintiff noted an appeal.
Washington, March 14. An officer
In the Quartermaster General's depart
ment was asked today concerning the
reported Investigation of officers of
the transport Warren for entertaining
I.ady Francis Hope nnd Captain Put-'
nam Bradlee Strong at Yokohama. Ho
said: "This matter wbb investigated!
some tlmo ago. It Is an old story now. ;
When the Warren was at Uraga, I
think it was. Quartermaster Cannon
li'Vlted Captain Strong and to men
abcard the vessel and entertained
them at dinner. The woman passed
as Strong's wife. The matter was re
ported here and was found to bo true.
Quartermaster Cannon was reprimand
ed sharply and advised that an Amer
ican officer should be very careful
about his guests on board Bhlp. That
was all there wan. to the Incident. The
couple will not be entertained on any
more transports, you may be sure," !
UasKctball will be the game played
In tho Y. M. C. A. tonight. Physlrul
Director Fred. Young has revived an
Intenst In this game and a number of
teams have been formed already. To
night two games will bo played, tho
first between the Evening Class and
Ihn ttttatnuaa Unn'a nisaa Tim miHn,1
will ue between tho Intermediate team
nnd the Senior Evening Class team. I vested. This Is better than losing tin
The Ilne-up of the Evening Class capita)' altogether or leaving it stit
team will probably be as follows: E. . pende'd Indefinitely.
M: "Cheatham. Mark 'JohmjtonT It.. B.J The terra oMhe proposed lease fi
Plerson, W. S. Blnley and J. U. Gor-i twentv-alr rears. Alexander ft nil.l.
Peking, March 14. Mrs. Conger,
wire of the United States Minister
here, assisted by the ladles of tho
American Legation and of the mis
sions, entertained at tiffin today elev
en Princesses and ladles of the court.
This departure from tho excluslveness
of tho Chinese court Is quite unprece
Tho Dowager Empress sent
her greetings, and expressed tho hope
that the kindly relations established
will remal nunbroken.
DANGBR FOR,, AERONAUT.
Prof. Lyons, tho government meteor
ologist, stated at 12:30 p. m. today that
it mo uciuiihui L,uuuuru buuuiu ui-
tempt to make his balloon ascension
today, he would surely be blown out
to sea. Tbe wind Is very strong and
continuous and seems to be increasing
Denied American Papers.
Washington, Mar. 13. Senator Han
na of the Committee on Commerce to
day adversely reported Foster's bill
granting- American register to tho
steamer Manauense of Seattle.
The Manauense has .called at this'
port several times.
Berlin, Mnr, 14. It having been ru
mored that a change In the German
Embassy In Washington was possible,
the Foreign Office here has authorized
the correspondent of tho Associated
Press ta deny that Dr. von Hollcben,
the present Embassador, will be either
furloughed or recalled.
Just come to town. See tlicm in our window.
The dandy is so simple and convenient as to"
make shoe-polishing a pleasure. Holds the shoe
before you in a rigid position while you apply
friction with a flannel rag. Adjustable to any
size shoe and is
Nickeled and handsomely finished, weighs only two
rounds and Is removable when not In uso. Three sixes
ot lasts with each shiner.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
PltlOK 5 Cunts.
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bV UlTGr 0 L63S6
Property By Hana
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN
ALSO HAKE CONCESSION
Proposition to Lease the Property
for Twenty-Six Years to be
Submitted to Nahiku
Nahiku Sugar Company stockhold
ers arc about to be Introduced to a
prospect of, receiving a moderate re
turn upon their Investment. Work
was suspended on the plantation about
a year ago because, chiefly, satisfac
tory arrangements could not be made
with the homestead farmers In tin
vicinity to plant cane for the mill that
was projected. There were other
causes, such as the delinquency of n
largo proportion of assessable stock
holders and the scarcity of labor, but
the uncertain attitude ot the farmers
was the principle factor ot failure.
II. P .Baldwin, after visiting the
place nnd Interviewing the homestead
ers, ordered his subscription of stock
canceled. Had he stayed In, his In
vestment would havo carried the com
pany through to the stage ot having
cane ground In its own mill.
Now Hana Plantation Company has
made an offer to lease the Nahiku
property. A special meeting of the
stockholders of Nahiku Sugar Com
pany will be held on Monday after next
to consider tho proposition. Whllo
tho details nre reserved from publica
tion before the meeting, It Is known
that the scheme will make Nahtku
stock good for a dividend ot five per
' cent P annum upon tho money In-
win, agents or tne enterprise, in con-
slderatton ot certain concessions are
ready to waive the company's Indebt
edness to them. This action on their
part makes the rental available )or
dividends to the stockholders.
The Occidental and Oriental steam
ship Gaelic, Captain Finch, salted fro
San Francisco early this morning. She
, arrived in port from the Orient yester-
I day afternoon about 3 o'clock, docking
! at tho channel wharf. She left Hong-
k tig February 28 and Yokohama
March 11. The Gaelic brought 830
tons of freight for this port and 400
Japanese, carrying twenty-six through
passengers for San Francisco. Head
seas and strong winds were expcrlenc-
crt lIurnE th0 laUer part of the trip
from tho Orient.
Edward Bewail Outaldo.
The four-masted American ship Ed
ward Sewall, Captain Quick, was sight
ed oft Koko Head this morning. Shu
was off Diamond Head at 12:30
o'clock. The Sewall 1b sixteen days
from Oyster Harbor.
Ol(to Prom Newcastle.
The American our-masted schoon
er Olgn, 444 tons, Captain Waldwlck,
01 days from Newcastle with coal, ar-
rived in port shoitly before noon to-
S, S, SIERRA, MARCH 25,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 189.
Masontc Temple, with American
a household necessity.
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