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Vol. X No 2121
HONOLULU. TKKKITOHY OY HAWAII, THURSDAY APRIL 17 1902
l'mci: 5 Oi:xth.
TT-r- 'v V-M-f-MW--) - - f-' V ' '' l5ro
" Kentucky Bill" Wields
A Knife With Most
WATSON FALLS DEAD IN
MEYERS LODGING HOUSE
Murderer Escapes and Police Go Out
On Trail Was Supposed to
Have Been Near
2:15 p m. Deputy Bhcrlil Chllllns
woith and Special Dan ltcncm lino
Just returned from Manoa valley villi
Kentucky mil" a prisoner. Tlie tntir
eleicr aa captured neai the load by
the vide of a clump of bushes. He did
not show tight nnd when questioned
ndmltled that ho had Killed Vaton be
cause bo called him the worst name
n man could employ. Ho stntcd to
the police that he had no hope of get
tint; off the Island and thai ho Knew
Ins freedom was limited. TTu slept at
it Chinese shop last night and wan
doled about In the valley this morning.
The Hrewery locality In KnkaaKo has
given thi police nnothei Knot to disen
tangle. This time it Is a stabbing uf
fni with fatal results and the police
aie watching every possible loophole
foi the man who committed the niiir
ilei. Tlie exact locality wheio the tia
M'dy was enacted Is the lodging housn
In the alley Just Walklkl of the blow
rry, the keepers of which aie Mr. and
Alls. Mecrs, both of whom have given
testimony In the Pollen Couit In Ka
Knako cases. The man who did the
Muhblng Is a tough character known as
Kentucky Hill" while Ills vlitlm was
Watson i horse trainer who camu
here mac six months ngo with a con
signment of horses nnd who has dorr
odd 'jobs In the horse training lino for
It a at about 0 o'clock Inst night
that the news reached the police sta
tion of a serious stabbing nffiay at
Kal.anko. Deputy Sheriff Chilling
woith nnd a number of otneers collect
ei near the lanal of the house On the
Inual was the body of Watson, welter
Ing in a pool of blood. The story
gleaned from the people who weu
Handing near at the time was about as
At about g 43 o'clock. Watson and
another man. both of whom Tin cl been
ill InKInc heavily, went on the lanal and
lipirnn nrcnlni nnlupliv "1(oii'nlfV
lllll" oon made his appearance and 1 cU'' rl "rrc,u theroon. anil all Milt
told the other two men to Keep quiet. aulc nni1 necessnry Insulating appll
Watson thereupon applied u vile epl- ances and suspension wires or cables
thet to 'Kentucky lllll" who asked tho (c) To eonstiuet and maintain all
former if he meant whnt he had Bald nee essary power stallons or houses and
Upon Watson answering that he ia.,mh other biillrtliiKB nml Mrnctnrcii ns
the other man whipped out a Knife nnd, . . , . , , . .
stabbed him to tho heart.
People on tho lanal. Including Mr.
nnd Mrs Meyers, a man by the name ot
Kohn and Daniel Smith were slow In 1
teaming wnai naci reaiiy unppeneu .eontracts, anil other agroements ns
On the murderer drawing out his knife, mtt) be lequlrcd In carry out tho rights
Watson fell over, practically dead. thhw.n Rlnntcd,
lllV UIUUU BiJUllUlB UCIC Ul UIC ,tlJlIlH
Djnlel Smith rushed to the rescue,
lifted Watson's bod) and. appl)lng his
mouth lo the wound, attempted to stop
the flow ot blood. His cffoits weie til
tlio and what little life leuialued In
the body was soon extinct
The excitement caused h tlio stab
bing and the attention dlieited toward
Watson, gave "Kentucky lllll" Just
the opportunity ho deslied nnd when
those In the vicinity gave thought of
chaalng the murderer, ho hud made bl.c
escape, running along Queen stiect
dodging Into the Hoard of Health sta
bles and thence tn some place In town.
The polhe saw to thn lemnvnl of
Watsons led) to the uioigiie and then
Wo aro always pleased
to show our studio nnd
work to callois, and ex
tend a cordial Invitation
at all times. We guar
antee our photos not to
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Dloek, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrance on Union.
all the available polite officers were sol
to work Tho first officers weic sent tu
the Sonoma to prevent nn escape In
that direction nnd then others were slu
tloned about Kaknnko, along Ala Mo
una and to vatlous places where tlirra
might be i posslblllt) of escape.
In the meantime Daniel Smith, th"
man who held Wntson In his arms until
life was extinct, was locked up for In
vestigation. He was found to be Inno
cent and this morning went along with
some of the oflUers to net nB Identlllei
(Continued on pago S )
TEXT OF THE MEASURE
PRESENTED BY WILCOX
Requires That Equipment Be Installed
Within Two Years Referred
to Committee on
Washington, April 3. I Special
Delegate Wilcox on Muicli 2C Introduc
ed n bill permitting tho Hawaiian
Tramways Company, Limited, to use
and maintain electric traction. This
Is the company which is controlled by
I'nln of Honolulu and which In ;
the past has used animal powei for Its
cars, and which at picsent has a frun
chlso granted by the kingdom, which
has about thlity 5 ears to run.
last Legislature this (oiupnny
staled, asked Toi the right to use clec-
trie cars, and the light wns gi anted by '
thu LcRUIntuio. but the bill was ve-
toed for some icaBou, not stated, by
The provisions of the-'
bill nro as follows
Ho It enacted b thu Semite and
House of Heprcsentntntlves of tlm ,
United States or America In Congicss,
assembled. That the right Is hereby I
gianted to tlm Hawaiian Tininvvays
(n) To opeiato Its stiect lallwny. on
such hlghwayd and public loads and
streets as aro at lire date nf the; pas
sage of this Act oc cupled by lis tracKs,
by tho Use of electric power, either by
overhead or underground wires, or by
Bitch other method us may be an Im
provement upon either, and to cany
such wires which may ho necessniy
ineieror ovei anil under such high
vvayB public loads nnd sticets, nnd
across lands and wnleis.
b To erect and maintain In such
hlpliwav. public mads, and stieets.
and on both sides thereof, poles feu
(ho purpose ol supporting wires, and
to place Spoil such poles such wires
and cables ns mn bo ncecssni) for
1 liiuj .' iii.'.-hvii. Ull,l to unr in... llllll
therein for the puiposo ot opeiating
an electric iiillway.
(d) To make all necessary lenses,
See. 2. That the said rights nro
granted suhjvet to tho following con
ditions 1'lrst That said company shall erect
mid maintain Its posts and wiles In
such manner as to cause tho least ob
btiuctlon to thu free use ot such high
was, public toads, and streets.
Second. Wherever Its lines aio laid
undergioiiiid the nccosBaiy excavation
shall be immediately filled nnd the
hlghwnjs. public roads, and stieets re
stored to thu condition In which they
were hefoio such excavations vturc
mado Third. The cms for canylng pnssen
gers shall he of tho most approved
eonstiuctlon for tbo 'ccmtoit, conve
nience, and safety of tho passengeis
and shajl be piovided, when In opeia
tlon with piopor nnd sultablu life sav
ing sciecns or fenders.
Sec 3. That tho nulhorlt) grnnted
by this Act to opeiato tho said railway
by electric power must ho made use
of and the" application of electricity
for said purposes completed and put In
good woiking older within two jears
from tho date of 1T10 passage of this
Act, otherwise the said authority shall
cease and determine.
Sec 4. That this act shall tako of
feet honi dato of Its approval.
This bill has liotii rofeired to the
Committee on Territories, nniT Dele
rate Wilcox will appear before the
committee lu reference thereto.
J A IUtnCICONS
OFFERED TO SALMON
Rev Win II Sallmon of Bridgeport
("t Ins been offered the position of
Pivsldcnt of Oahu College
'i ne l'venlug llulletln, 75 cents rir
Four Indicted Defendants
Produced In Court
This Morning. i
CREDITORS IN BANKRUPTCY
ARE GIVEN CONSIDERATION,
Richardson Pleads Not Guilty
Assault Upon High Seas -Other
Defendants Given More Time
peisons Indicted by tho
federal grand Jury were produced by
.Marshal llt'iidr.v before Judge Hstee,
Chailes A. Ithhaidson. colored, vvai
charged with assault upon the high
seas with a knife on Snlvntor Vann
goie, 011 board the barkenllne W .It.
Dlmnnd on Mutch 3. Having no at-
""'" L; " "''nienway was assignee"
ior ins oeiense iilcliaiilsun pleaded
not guilty and his trial was set for
.Monday at 2 o'clock.
Abraham .M.iiiiikp. u handfonie look-
Ing oung llawallnn, was charged with
assaulting a mall carrier. He also
""ne without nn nttornej. Tho court
'"r"'"! hltn to find n htwvci to defend
""".""" ,,,n1' uu,h "' - "MI "ay
I to plead to the I111II1 tment.
I Mnntii.t If fViitnnlin n f.imA.1 n...
tll!llcw of aholIt fi() ', ,, ,.,.,
It ('nstnnlin a iiait Hnwallaii youth.
were charged with distilling liquor con
tinrj to the Internnl llcveniie statutes
They claimed they did not understand
r"Kllsl1 HI 'notiKli to conipreliend
1 mi- iiiuiciiiit'iii vv lieu a roiiugncsH
1 nun who was called up from a rear
I bench, gave n flee Interpi elation of (ho
I two counts In the Indictment the chief
defendant, with many words nnd vlg.
t orous gestuies. declnred he did not
' know unvthlng about the subject mat'
1 ter The vciiniKSter said he did not
I "Kibe." though answering Judge l
I lec-'s question In English Hint he did
not iinilfi stand Kuglish very 111111I1
S 1' Chllliugworth. who nppearcd
for lllf, ,i(.f,.,,mt,,. suggested that the'
nusneis given amounted to pleas of not
Kuiii 11 iei int'ii 111 nun nun nit iini
ma 11 meant he knew nothing about the
1 unlaw fill aits wheiewlth he w is chaig-
I cd In the Indictment.
I Indue Kslec. however did not con
sider a man should be put on tiinl
without certain! that he knew wheieot
, he was niuiscil He continued tho
o'clock this afternoon,
After the tcim business. I.vlc A. 1
Dlcke was allowed an nttorno's fee
of $7.1 lu the bankruptcy mallei of
Leong Dat Yee Intimating that no oth
er attorneys fee could bo granted In
Thomas I Dillon appeared with an
application foi an attorney's fee o
Jl.'.O In the bankruptcy case of Paul J
Voeller Auswcilug the mill t, he said
here was $1200 In the estate, with lia
bilities or J.1S00.
Judgr IX ee sMted that he could not
allow so much us was asked. Credl-
. ... .n... .....1 ..1... V...I
iu,i ,-,i-m . mi, iim-iv " ....-1
.. see the court, complaining that there
was Utile or nothing left for dlstrlbii.
tlon He would allow a fee of $100 At j
the same time the Judge sa ,1 that Mr
liiiiou 111111 iiiimi a iinei 111 mis c,mr nun ,
altogether had earned fully $-'.'0, yet
1 Iltl.... l.n ... int.. .. ,.,.1.1 im,
the condition of the estate- would not
li.uttr,, nil,,., in. mn.n f I. , r tl.n rtn.nill.l
.Mr Dillon said he was perfectly
S1"1l8"f'U , .
Judge Lstee had signed n decree ac
cording to Judgment In the suit of Hall
..id Woods ngalnst tho Kel10r.net
Fiank W Howe, awarding the plain-
tiffs $210 each and costs on nrcouut ol
Commissioner John Barrett Coming to Honolulu
The St Louis Itepubllc of April 2
John Ilarrett, the Commissioner Gen
cinl for the Louisiana Purchaso Ilxpei
sltlon to Asia, Australia and tho Phil
Ipplncs. left St. Louis last night for
tho Pacific Coast to begin IiIb extended
joiiinoy to the Orient nnu to execute
his high diplomatic mission for thu 'able Influence on the governments of
Win Id's Kali. Ho will sail from San tlio fur IlaBt nnd South Pacific.
I'rnnclsco April 23 on tho steamer Chi Mi llarrett'B ilepartiue has been de
nn for Honolulu l-'ium thcio he wlllhi)eil b) Important negotiations In
proceeel to Japan After devoting Washington wlih the Ministers of Ja
about n month to Japan he will go lu pan China. Kona and rilnui, but tho
till ii to China, Slam, tho Philippines results ol his labors have been ample
Krench ludo China, Koica, Stialts Set ' recompense foi the time spent nt thu
tlumeuts, Jnv.i, Hurniah, ImTTa, Co) Ion, .capital. I'lesldent Itoosevelt and Suv
Aiistiulla and New Zealand, iho It 1 in
eraiy ol the Commissioner Geneial
will covei bomo 25,000 miles mid oc
copy pearl) nlno muuths. flist declination to paitltipatc. China,
President Itoosevelt has given spo- moieover, was on the danger point of
elnl directions to the Stato, War and . reconsidering hei acceptance, on an
Navy Departments to assist him. In I count of certain diastlo provlslois in
consequence Secieticrles Hay, Hoot, thu exclusion hill hefoio Cougicss,
and Long have Issued Institutions to when thu Commissioner Geneial so
short and poor rations to them a sea
men of that vessel's crew on vovag
fiom New York to Mauritius una
thence to Honolulu ns a port of iiei-c
ii IN THE BANK
New York April 10. Tender
I hearted persons In thn Hailem Police
(Joint were shocked when Promise o
I Goigla, an aged, shrivelled and mlspi
I able looking Italian organ grludii.
'was fined $r for begging. The white
I haired old man looked nimcallnulv
al'0,,t ,1,e ,ooni. " "om 0,,; "ab"'
put his hand out. but. quickly recov-
crlng himself and glancing uncasllj at
the magistrate, he brought forth a
hi liny old bag and counted out pinnies
nickels, dimes nnd quarters until ho
bad paid his fine. Then he paid $5 nln
In small change, to his luwjir II)
this time the crowd waiNtbout hint
The astonishment of the court attai he
and the dismay, pf those who had svm
pathlzcd with hlni he produced a paeK-
age contnlnlng flSO in bills nnd n bank
,inn,. nn ,. ..,, . ,,m. ,lU
lowing he had $12,000 on deposit
Corgln. who Is sixty. Js he'
will retire fiom "business." He thinks
a man should retire at sixty The beg
gar alto volunteered the Information
that he recently gave his daughter
$2000 as a wedding present.
Captain Townsend nf the gasoline
schooner Kcllpso which nirived In pott
last night states that the Kona Hugai
Co. troubles so far ns the Jnpantse la
borers are concerned, ate far from
settled. This Is what the Hawaiian
skipper had to sa to a Iliilletlu rcpoi
"The Japanese are not In 111 quarrel
some a mood as they were previous to
the visit of their consul a chnit time
ago. They teem to be willing to wait a
little and see If the people In chaige of
the plantation can find sonic way of
paving Hint Is due them. Of loiirsc, II
this can be done, nothing nunc will he
"The Portuguese are haul al work
rutting their cane and I believe that
by this time the mill Is grinding the
stun. The Japanese. 011 tho other bund,
will not cut their caivr, Tbcy go fur
tler nnd say thai If ther,lj 11, slngln
attempt to cut the cane, they will light
They ka they do not care to tliiciw
nny more money nwny."
SUPERVISOR LLOYD KUSIflNS.
On nc count of Illness. T A l.lod.
who has held the office of llond Sn
pel visor loi Honolulu for the pas'
)ear has n-slgncd his position Mr
I.lmil has during his teim of office
made Improvements on the roadways
and has Imllt Bevcial stieets, which
'""' ciodlt to tlio country pnitlcular
refeiencc being drawn to Kewnlo and
KeeaimioKu sticets. unci Wlldci nvo
nue The Public Woiks Department
Justly legiets the cause of his reslg
nation C. II. Dwlght, who has served
as his assistant, hns been appointed
tn fill tho vnenncy. nnd should do well
with the evpeitencn lie hns had unlet
II. A.C. IJAHr.UALL TllAM.
Tm, Honolulu Athletic Club team
,,,,, wl, , ,c Cullm Uomc ,,
8atllriln. fle,oon for the benefit
f ,,, iwKM Ml.mola, fllll(1 lia,
)H,fn BplM.lPl, ,, ,8 8 r(llub. Hlinl
.,ii., .. it i-ni
., (jie.8on ' 11,
' ' '
1 T. Price.
lb . J. Williams, ss ; J Hans-
J. A lett. cf, and Junius
Hi Joanes-I hii . waiter. I bellovc
'., Kt ,,aliimtlcn of the heart,
inw.-, yml? Walter Yesslr. and
they'll- uncommon nice today, sir
will ou tr some, sir? Chicago
all MlnlstuiB nnd Consuls, lu thu Phil
Ipplnos. and naval onicers In the Aslnt-
Ic station, to eoopeiate with him tn
advance tho Interests ol the Louisiana
Pun base Hxposlliou
It Is hoped that President Roose
velt's attitude) will have a most favor-
letaiy liny both gave him full ciedlt
for tho diplomatic nehlevemenr of see-
ruling Jnp.in'H iceonsldeiratioii ot bur
Has 12th Infantry Offi-
ficers and Men
DELAYED IN MANILA
ON ACCOUNT OF CHOLERA
Son of Famous "Pathfinder" Is a
PassengerTroopship Will Sail
The I'tilted States Armp transport
Captain I". I'. Fremont of the 2d I'. S.
l'ort "'' "0011 ami moored at Naval
wharf No. 1 at exactly 12 o clock
The Grant left Manila March 31. She
had to go through a quirnnttne ot live
dajs prior to her departure, ou ncro.iiit
ot the cholera which had broken out
In Manila. This disease, which Is the
genuine Asiatic cholera, binKc nut 111
that t-itj March 20 ami between tint
date nnd Match 2S. there were 81 i-.iw,
of which i! j resulted fatally.
Tho Oram had a very pleasant and
uneventful trip from Manila to thi1,
port The weather was splendid dur
ing the entire Journc) and nil on board
wete hnpp) to be homewnrd hound
The nulrers and men of the I2th Itifau
trj. who aie aboard, have been In the
Philippines for more than three ears
and of the others on board, the major
it have been In the archipelago for two
or thiee ears. It is consequent!) a
happy lot of mortals which now Inha
bits the roomy troopship.
The band ot the 12th Is on honrd and
cntcitalned the passengers all the wn)
When the transport came up to the
dock the baud pla)ed several selec
tions Among Ihe passengers are Colonel
J. W. llubb. commanding the 12lh In
fantry and the rest of the otllccrs of,
that regiment Among the oilier pas
tcugets are Colonel A. L. Wagner, As
slsi.mt Vdjut.int Pcncrnl. V 3. A., and
Captain P. P. Tremout of tn"o2TnT'. S.
Infauti). who Is n son of the famous
The full list of the csabln passengers
1 Is as follows. Col J. W. Ilubb. .Miss
I Uubb. I.lcut. Col. II L Haskell. Mrs.
H I. Haskell, Major P. C. Wood, Ma-
or C P Teirrtt, Captain W. O. Clark.
Mis W O Clark. Captain C. W Ab
bott .Ii . Capt. C. II. Ilarth. .Mrs. C It
Ilartli nnd child. Miss l.llzahcth Illtt
man. Cipt It I. Illrst, Capt. P. S.
Cue hiMi Mrs. P. S Cocheii. Capt. J. P.
Haibeson, Capt. (J II. Davis, dipt. W.
K Clear) dipt. J W. Clinton, Lieut.
A. T Smith. Lieut. W. II. Oury. Lieut.
Marshall ChlleU. Lieut. I) T. Merrill.
Lieut (! i: Thome. Lieut. Alfred Aloe,
Lieut I' .1 MiConnell. Lieut. Illch
mond Smith. Lieut Itbces Jackson.
Lieut A. C Wright, .Mrs, A. C. Wright,
Lieut It. I) Carter. Mis. It. I). Carter
Lieut. C. II Whipple Jr, Mrs C. II.
Whipple Jr. and child. Lieut I.. I. Pul
ler, Mis i: i:. Puller Lieut J. S.
Chambers. Lieut. DcW C Dies. Col.
A 1. Wagner, Majoi W J Wakemnn.
Capt A M. Smith, Mrs. A. M. Smith,
Mnstei Itlchard Smith, Capt. M. W. Ire
land. Mrs M W. Ireland, Muster Paul
Iielnnd. Capt. C T Klelter. Mrs. C. P
Klefter ('apt J. P. Tiacy, Mis. J. P.
Tine). Chaplain II C Oavltt. Capt. P.
P. Preinont, Capt. J M. T. Partello.
Mrs. .1 M T. Partello, Master Mel
ville Partello, dipt C C Cl.uk. Lieut
Walter Tux. Mrs. W Cox. Lieut. W. D.
Webb, Mrs. W. I) Webb and two chil
dren, Lieut W. Huberts. Mrs. W. Hub
erts, Miss Virginia Huberts, Lieut. It. O
Hlckard. Lieut. J. D. Watson, Dr. W. I..
IJrowu. Mis. J P. Sanger. Miss Sanger,
Mrs W. II. Johnston, Master Pnblan
Johnston. Miss (lenevlevo Johnston,
Mrs Fox. Miss Pox. Mrs J. P. Wade
1 cured iiie necessary chnngo In thi
section of the hill, whleli was hostlln
to Chinese participation In expositions,
anil convince d Minister v"u ling Pang
ibal China would maku a serious mis
take; by wlihdtnwlng her ucceptanco.
The experli'iice and recoid ol Mr.
Ilarrett ns Pnllctl States Minister to
amm nnd later as plenipotentiary del
egate to Iho Pan American Cougicss
in Muxleo will giently facilitate his la
hoiH In Ids piesent highly usponslbli
mission. Probably few other men urs
bettei known lu fhc- far Hast than he
while be has 'established a reputation
at home in America ns one of the lead
lug advocates of the development o(
our Pacific commence and tinde Ml
Ilarrett will be accompanied on hli
.Join nny by Mi Theodoie Hardee late
special ngenl of the Pustoffiic Depart
ment, as sccictnr.v
The ComiuiBslouei (ienernl goes first
from hern to Pentium! Ore, and Seat
tlu, and then to Sun Promised tn tukci
Iho steamvi as already stated.
and child. Miss It C. Davis Miss Wil
liams Mrs I) II Klnnev Anna I. Mi-
I.vo) M I.stei:v lllne. II U King, J I
II Ilader, Kred. llo)er, Wm Welch.
Iho steerage .passengers aggregate
1i!2l and are distributed as follows
Civilians. 31. enlisted men, 12th Inf
O.'l, casuals. S7.1, sick In hospital '.3
The transport quartermastei Is Cap
tain Jpse M U.iker while diptiilu A
Croske) Is th
Grant will ta
heie and will probablv sail fm Kim
Kranclsco Satin da) or Sundav
BY HIS MANY FRIENDS
IN CONGRESSIONAL CIRCLES
. c . . . ., . ,
Receivas Special Invitation from the
n ., , , n ,
President for a Conference on
Affairs in This
Vvashlngton. April 3. Hun Gilbert
P. Little of the Hawaiian bench, reach-!
ed the city last evening. Today ho call-'
ed upon President Itoosevelt to pay his
. . , 1 . . .
" 'L' . !l T "J: I
1.1- a ..... ... -' ,';." ", ''',"'
him Saturday next for conference In
icfercnie to Hawaiian affairs. Judge1
Little has a host of friends In this lit'
among members of Congress, press
lepresentntlves. and men of promi
nence In public and private life. His
friends are urging that he be appointed
Governor of Hawaii knowing that If hei
Is the Territory will be given n firm,
holiest and Judicious administration.
Judge Little became fnvotahly known
to membeis of Congress during the pe
riod in which the hill for annexation of
Hawaii was pending. Ills views on
man) matters pertnlnlng to the future
government nf the Islands were ac
cepted by the committees on Terri
tories before whom the hill was pend
ing Judge Little will rniialn here for
M. Colon 11 I'm to Itlcun, was arrested
early this moinlng h) one of the men
nf the Meichanta Patrol while wander
Ing around In dark places near the Hn
wallaii Hotel He was dressed In dark
clothes and was ban footed He could
not explain his presence nrouml tin
hotel at the hour he was 1 aught unci so
the watchman niiisidcm! It beat to take
be fellow to the police station for In
This forenoon. Captain llowem, liea.l
of tlie Merchants' Patrol, went to Col-
on s lodgings In KakaaKo for the pur
pose of finding out It possible ft the
fellow hud an thing In his room which
would give thu police something lo
work on. Other Porto Itb-ans about
the place said that Colon had not left
the bouse until fi o'clock this morning
which was of course a direct lie It is
known that he has not done a stroke ot
work tor at least twent) thi)s.
The police have suspicions that Colon
Is the pei-Von who climbed up to one of
the second story rooms of the new Ha-
Ultll,,.. ll.it.il n,1,llllr.n onhlu Tunuill
evening nnd stole a lady's pocket book
from one uf the rooms. The people oc
eupylng tho room were over nt dinner
nt tho time nnd the person who broke
in reached the second floor by means ol
11 ladder which hud been left against
the side of the building by the paint
ers The shutters of tho window were
bi liken open and entrance was gained
In that way.
"And ) on aro going to take In tho
gallery at tho performance of grand
openi'" "No," she tittered, "but we
aie going to eat peanuts In our box. so
It will really be about tho same Iial
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. - . .,
Hearing Before the
Washington, A.,rei 3 (spor.ni,
The Committee on Pacific Islands and
Porto Itlcu of the Senate will give un-
other hearing on the bill providing
special land laws for the Territory uf
Hawaii. Owing to his illness at the
,a"t l''iyl"K &"" Delegate Wilcox
wa8 unable to be present, but will ap-
"earing , be given on Mon-
tlay and explain the bill and the neces
At the hist hearing Commissioner
Uoyd of the Hawaiian I -mil Olftce op
posed the enactment of the measure ai
did also .Mr Haywood representing the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce.
Delegate Wilcox states that thu
enactment of the measure will be uf liu-
measurable value to the Terrltor). and
Is onl) opposed b) the large sugar
plantations who have lenses of the land
there, some ot which will not cxplr.i
for a considerable time If land laws
are provided which are fair and equi
table to the settler It will attract. Am
erican homesteaders who will come to
the Islands and become permanent
residents and develop the country. The
sugar plantations and the sugar Inter
1 csts do nut want white labor. Mr Wll
j eox sa)s hut want to continue v.lth tho
I coolie labor and will strenuously op
I pose the e hauge of the law.
' The bill has been referred to tho
Secretin) of the Interior who directed
I the Commissioner of the General l.ind
Olllee tn prepare a leport thereon
j which will be submitted to the com
I tulttees having the measure In charge.
There Is a desire oil the part of tho
House nnd Senate to take such steps
in matters of this Kind as will be for
the best Interests of the Territory, and
Chairman Knox of the House Commit
tee and several liilluentlal Senators a re
in favor ot the appointment of a Com
mission composed of members of thn
House and Senate to visit the Islands
nml look over the situation and report
j to their lespectlve bodies Just whnt Is
needed to lit local conditions In Hawaii.
and .11 Hon on the hill may be post
poned until such a commission has.
vlsitc-el the Islands nnd made a report.
J A IlltP.CKONS.
CUYLON'K LHAK LOCATED.
The leak In the bark ('e)lon for
which clivers starteil to search several
dajs ngo was finally located by them
night before Inst. It was found to be
In the very bottom of the vessel near
the garboard streak Although thn
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1 n.t.l n,,( . i.w l.tn,- flt.t u.lal InnllltiC
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