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In Matter of Policy of Treasurer
Wright In Granting Liquor Licenses
Hot im win
IN SOUTHERN PROVINCES
Imperial Soldiers Qoing Over to the
Rebel ForcesWhole Towns
Held Hing Ming the
The annual convention of the Anti
Saloon Lcaguo was held In the Y. M. C.
A. hall last night. Owing to the Illness
of Theodore Illchnrils, the retiring
president, as well as tho secretary,
rtev. O. I.. Pearson presided during the
early part of the meeting, with II. C.
Drown as temporary secretary. J. B.
Atherton presented the treasurer's re
port, showing that receipts from April,
1901, to starch 18, 1902, were $3129.20,
and disbursements $2917.
Upon motion of J. P. llrdman, n
committee consisting of O. It. Oullck,
M. 0. Johnson and W. C. Weedon was
nppolnted to bring In nominations for
oulccrs. This was done nt onco and
the following were elected: President,
Rev. W. D. WcJicrvelt: secretary, It. C.
Drown; treasurer, J. I). Atherton; first
vice president, tlcv. 0. I.. Pearson;
second vlco president, Mrs, J. M. Whit
ney; third vice president, M, K. Na
kulna; committees; Agitation, Theo.
Hlchards; legislation. 13. S, Mucklcy:
law enforcement. W. C. Weedon; legal
protection, I.orrln Andrews; nnance.
Rev. J. P. Krdman; trustees, J. D.
Mhcrton, P. C. Jones, J, P. Cooke.
Itev. W. D. Wcstcrvelt ns the new
head of the League pledged hlmselt
earnestly to the work which lias al
ready been started, and to those In ac'
the management of the fight pn tho
liquor tramc In the Territory.
Supt, W. It. nice of the League pre
sented a long report on the doings ot
the organization. A part of the report
dealt with tho system ot Issuing liquor
licenses ns carried on by Treasurer
Wright. Mr. Hlce held that the Gover
nor was personally responsible for the
Independent course In tho matter ot
liquor licenses taken by the treasurer.
This assertion made members of tho
League very Indignant and Mr. Rico
was hotly answered by Rev. W. D.
Wcstcrvelt, W. A. Dowen and others.
W. 0. Smith spoke on the dispensary
system, saying among other things
that It did not attempt to prohibit.
It undoubtedly did put the government
Jn the business ot selling liquor, there
by taking It out of the hands of Indi
viduals. No drinking was allowed at
the place of sale and thus one of the
worst fenturcs of the traffic was done
away with. In his mind It is wise to
adopt tho dispensary system for Hono
lulu. It was a great calamity to In
crease tho number of saloons here. In
conclusion, the speaker Bald that thosn
engaged In tho work of temperance re
form should not be hasty to condemn
or call names, as this was not only
childish but very wrong
Mr. Wcstcrvelt said In part: "A
spirit ot humanltarlantsm Is abroad In
the land, and a wide circle Is asking
'What can we do legally for those who
suffer under tho acknowledged evils of
Intemperance?' That tho time Is
rapidly drawing ncsr for definite action
Is evident from the prominent posi
tion which tho saloon question now
holds In American thought. The Anti
Saloon League of Hawaii entered upon
Its work of trjlng to save households
and Individuals from tho evils ot ln
temperance. It has continually been
seeking methods by which to check the
Increaso of saloons and diminish their
pernicious results. Tho League U
against saloons, not because they nrs
saloons, but because ot (ho mountain
mass of suffering which they heap up
Hongkong, Mar. 19. The rebels in
tho southern provinces continue to
crushlngly defeat tho Imperial troop3
sent to subdue them. General Ma and
Marshal Su report that it Is ImpoMible
to suppress the rebellion with tha
troops at their disposal, and tha Vke
roy of Canton has requested Yum Shi
Knl, the Viceroy of Chl-ll, to send re
inforcements overland fnrn Chl-ll Tho
Imperial troops have been defeated r.t
Sek Shlng, In Kw-ang Tung province,
and at Popak, In Kwang SI provinco
In Yuan Nan province the rebels !nld
tho town nnd district of Foo Chuen,
twenty miles northwest of the prefec
turnl town of Yuan Nan. They also
have captured the town of Lit. Hiou,
In Kwang SI province, nnd tru town of
Yung Nlng, In Kwcl Chou prnwn-c.
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Hongkong, Mar. 18. General Ma
has been defeated by the Kwang-SI
rebels, who have taktn possession of
Fang Cheng (Feng Clwan). Tney
have killed or captured all tho man
darins and have looted the town Gen
eral Ma nttacked the rebel jirnng
holds, but, after an 'jng.igcment last
ing two days, was forced to retreat.
The rebels then established their head
quarters nt Kong Cheng .
The rebellion Is spreading rapidly In
the provinco of Kwang-SI, Kwang
Tung and Yunan.
A letter received here from Tlcn Pal
fifty miles from Kwang-Chou, says all
business Is suspended there owing to
fear ot the rebels. Marshal Su Is nt
Tlen-Chou and General Ma Is at Kno
Chou (both In Kwnng-Tung province).
Doth of these commanders nre await
Ing reinforcements. They wish to
unite their forces, but the rebels art'
holding all the intervening passes and
prevent a junction of the Government
Many of the Imperial solillcm arc
Joining tho rebels, owing to the super
ior pay offered them ahd the oppoitui.
Ity for looting. The rebel leader Is
Hung Ming, a relative, of the celebrated
Hung Sou Chuen, leader of the Tai
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
for General Rising
London. Mnr. 18. The Vatlcnn has
received confidential news, says the
Itome correspondent of the Dally
Chronicle, ot a serious situation In Ire
land. The Fenians hac for some
months been engaged 'n in nctlvo
propaganda with n view lo organizing
for a general rising.
it Is believed tho Vatican will In
struct the Irish clergy to hold nloof
from the revolutionary agltntlon.
122 KING STREET
next to Bulletin Office
PHONE MAIN 119
NO MONEY PROM CARNEGIE.
A letter has been received by the
trustees of the local library associa
tion which shows conclusively that An
drew Carncglo will not subscribe any
money for library purposes In Honolu
lu. It will bo laid before the board at
pn early meeting and It is believed that
nt that time, there will be some action
taken for tho purpose ot carrying out
It Is readily seen that the plans for making tho library more
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Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of all
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tory. Also supplies for all ma
chines on hand.
G. W. MAGFARLANE. Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
P. O. Box oti
THE OLDEST CHu T5B FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtlri Id Flo Silks ao4 Oraia Llntoi. CblnM tn4 JipiotM QooU ol All Ktilf.
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Sacrifice SaleLast Week
At the store ot Goo Kim, 1116 Niiuanu street. The finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and table covers 3C and 41 Inches square, Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck buIIb, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks nnd other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 75c. per month.
the League cannot consistently uupport
an unmodified dispensary bill In tin
coming fall elections of this Territory.
It a dispensary bill schoitld be promul
gated by nominees to the coming legis
lature, embodying tho principles ot
local option and practically doing
away with tho element of personal
profit and especially limiting the hours
of sale, I do not sec why members ol
tho Leaguo could not support tho
change and In no degree reccdo from
tho position that they desire even
though the government has something
to do with tho business."
An nnswer was filed yesterday by S.
n. Dole, as Governor, to the complaint
of Henry Smith, who wished to hao
set asldo a deed given by the Territory
to Mary II. S, Hose, to property taken
In exchange for right of way. The al
legations are admitted excepting the
statement that I'mry Smith was an
abutter upon tho property conveyed.
Defendant denies that complainant has
been damaged or Injured by tho con'
A divorce has been sued for by lC'
kula Kuplhea from James Kuplhea.
Falluro to support Is alleged,
Geo. It. Carter, administrator of the
estate of I, N. Hayden, has sued R.
F. Daly for $1150, alleged to be due on
Deko Kaanohl has filed n motion ask
ing for an order compelling her guar
dian, William Kahclemaunn, to render
an accounting. It Is alleged that ho
has mismanaged the estate, and has
not provided for her support.
An amended bill of complaint has
been filed In tho case of Mrs. K. Laza
rus vs. II. A. Jucn,
A suit for partition has been filed
by Itoso Anahu et al. vs. James Ana
bu et at.
A discontinuance has been filed In
the case of Katie Aukal vs. Charles
Motion to quash execution was mado
yesterday In tho appeal of Vincent &
Uelser vs. Wong Shin King
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take J.axatlvo Dromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If II
falls to cure. 1). W. Grove's signature
Is on each boi. 25 rents.
useful to tho people ot tho city. Tha
letter runs as follows.
M. M. Scott. Ksq.. Honolulu. II. I.
My Denr Sir: Yours of February 24
received. Mr. Carnegie's assistance to
libraries (exclusively) takes the form
of providing buildings. Ilefore he will
consider a proposition there has to be
established (a) the absence of such
building, (b) tho willingness of the
community to tax itself for support ot
the library, and (c) to give site for said
In the first place you have a build
ing, and In the second there Is no guar
antee of tax levy. Mr. Carnegie doeB
not trust to guarantees of support
from boh rcei) other than a levy upon
the community for specific purpose.
March 13, 1902.
PIBLD DAY POSTPONED.
A meeting of the athletic committee
of the Hoy's Ilrlgade was held In the
Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon and at
that tlmo It was decided to postpone
tho field day set for tomorrow, on ac
count of the Hooded condition of tho
Knplolanl Park track. The meet will
bo held a week from tomorrow If all
W. C. Crook Jr., of tho Honolulu
Athletic Club, protested against post
ponement as members of his team had
come from tho other Islands and must
return next week.
On account of the change of date en
tries have been reopened and will not
close until Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock. Physical Director Young of
the Y M. C. A. will recelvo all entries.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
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Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superla
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roads, Electrlo and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
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Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report sj
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FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 80c 0. .,
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W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
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