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Washington. April 14 -The follow
ing ollUlul Btnteinnit was made nt the
White House Imln) "The lMcsldcnt.
ufi.r most cuicful Investigation and
liearlng as ninny men as possible, anil
i.cnrim' tnim nthers. has come to the
conclusion that Henernur Dole's course
i... i.prii such as tii wurmiit Ills ion-
ttnuaiue as Gmcrnor of Hawaii and
entitle him to the respect and heaitj
support of the Administration "
When (trover Cle eland attempted
t,.r.. Oil,. I'll l.llluoliutaiii 'i tbo
thr.-tie In Hawaii, he was . Uaigil hi
i... i. .. iihlli.iin nnrtv and lu Mi. heir il
bin -j a n party with purs iiiw a nmiw
imagm'tlle to American prm. ipVs
and ('irtriirtIo of America l piuns
1 1 iic II hi Independent nV !' 'J I H.i
Tfoiiluie Uoosoielt as I'lesiilenl -l
the fulled States and head of Hie He
t-ihhcun party has, by bis pinllled
endorsement of (Ju.ornor i)o1h pjlle
In tin Hawaiian Territory, put mnifelf
or H lord as supporting vi alndids
tiatt.'e course as foreign to well icei.g-
r.lc.l American principle .ml Itcpul'b
tan principle In an Ameriiiui Tern I
tiry. as was the actio 1 of Gleeliind
(i urn the American standpoint tow aid
n rormer Independent goiernment.
Tbcodore ltooseMll has by his action
as President, In this Hawaiian hinltci.
mi.de good ver Imperialistic accusa
Hon liter brought against the Itepubll
can party. He bns endoisid and pledg
ill his "respect and lieait) support" to
oligarchical principles of adiulnlstra
tion. as opposed to the guiding senti
ment which has hltheito controlled
the destinies of the Ameriian Republic
since the Civil War. He has repudlat
ed In no uncertain tonus hie declara
tion made In his tlrst message to Con
giiss, when he said the national aim
(ll Hawaii should be to deielop tho
Trrrlteiri on traditional Auieilcan
Tbeodoie Hooseelt has endorsed
factionalism, he has repudiated pi.lltl
cal peace, he has endoiseit dli tutor
I il rule of the people by offlilals: be
las repudiated steadfast leciiRiiitlon
of popular rights as taught and upheld
in eer American State, aud Territory
t well, except it be the "new posses
Theodore Roosevelt has" oxer Ised
his unquestioned official prerogative.
It remains to bo seen whether his par
ty or the people will endorse buch a
complete overthrow of American
teachings which come down to the c-lt-(yens
of the present day bathed in the
b;i)od of men who fought not for pow
er, not for offlie, but for principle, for
liberty and llbeial principles of gov
(HIKE. A IHY
Miss Sopir and her little sister had a
very narrow escape fiom being killed
this morning. Miss Soper was driving
her sister to school and they had reach
ed the lorncr of Kort uml Vine) aril
streets whru theie was n sharp explo
sion nnd the spirited noise, becoming
frightened, took the bit In his mouth
and ran away.
.Miss Soper held on as best she lould
but her stiencth was no match fur the
thoroughly frightened horso aud all
she could do wus lo hold on to th
lelns. In tho mad eaiier ot tho ani
mal, the iiinlage barely escaped run
ning Into another chicle on Vlneaid
street. If the collision had ever taken
place somiono would surely have, been
killed or very badly Injuied.
At River street the horse slackened
its pace and .Miss Soper, taking ud
Mintnge of this, used what strength
bhe had left to bring the ttulmul to u
The matter was reported to tho po
lice and Captain Paiker despatched
Olllrer Tomii to the place where the
sharp blast had f lightened tho horse
In ii pl.no at the northeast ecu net weie
found a number of Japanese working
on a cisspool They had struck eoiai
luck, and had been using giant powder
to brink It up. They had no one out to
wnrn people when the) set off the
blast thnt caused the ninawny It Is
probable thnt an ests will follow the In
cident of this morning.
BASEBALL MEN ARE
Probability that Oahu College Trustees
Will Allow League Games
On Campus-Will Be
Judging finni the preenl looks ot
things It seems probable that the Oahu
College authorities will grant to tho
Basebnll Leaguo permission to use the
idle-go grounds Tor the league games.
President Arthur Mnxon Smith,
when seen last night, stated that h
pusonally was In faor of granting to
tlif league the use of the grounds on
The Oahu College authorities hao
olwajB been willing to help along lecal
siurts by glilng tho use oi the Puna
con campus, wheneier they hale been
Mo to do so," said Dr. Smith. "Wo
!-i the sportsmen haio the use of the
campus on numerous occasions last
car and wc have certainly not glen
any reason to mnko people bellow
that It was otherwise.
"Howeer. when we glie the leaguo
the use of the enmpus, It Is natural
that we should Impose certain restric
tions I'irst. we want the college ath
letes to hno the first option or the
mounds so that none of the league
fc.-nies will Interfere Willi the schedule
game or the college. It Is onl natur
al that our own boys should be glien
the llrst prli liege of tho enmpus.
"Tho second condition which we
v.int to haie rigidly observed Is thai
the league sees to it thnt the gamej
I ntlrel) free from rowdyism, lly
tl nt I mean that there shall be no dime.
i-ite done to the grounds nnd their sur
roendings nnd also that rows and bet
t.ng shall be prohibited.
'The league piomlsed last enr to
pieirnt these things -but I have posl
t ii' knowledge that ..'ttlng especially
mis Indulged In on the grounds."
Tim Uasuball League Is nt present
wcihlug hnrd to secure the consent of
the college authorities and will lift
willing to nccept and observe an) lea
soiuble conditions w..lch may ncconv
puny tho permission to use tlio
Joe Cohen, of the Orpheum. hns been
appointed manager of the leaguo and
ih nt present negotiating with the col
li ge authorities, he having reeelu'd
"ell potter to nit. Tills forenoon. Co
hen cnriled on his negotiations with
the tiustees of the college and they
rinv lin said to bale progressed eiy
Mtlslactoilty so far. Tho trustees
sum willing to giant to tho Itaseball
League the use of the college grouudS'
lul signify that this permission will
te nccoinpnnlcd by certain restric
tions which it may he assumed nro
practically the same as those stated
b Or Smith
Witli regard to these lestrlitlous.
l.tputy Sheriff Chns. Chllllngwoith,
j lin Is tho president of the llnseball
I nigue stated this morning that hn
voiild do all In his power to seo that
tl e weie observed. He would be
.repent at eieiy gamo played on the
1 1 , nnIUU el0Un)R un( would personal.
y ,, ,0 lt timt any peison caught in
,, n(t f njuclylsin or open betting
v.uld he ejeited rrom the premises,
The McKlnloy Memorial Fund Com
ttc. H lionrtlly In ravor of the plan
I Btij;Kesled liy the baseball comnilttea
Hint a certain peicentngo of the gato
leielpts ho glien to the .McKlnloy Me
morial Fund. Tills afternoon, Robert
Shingle, chairman of the finance com
lidttee. will send a letter to tho lollego
authorities lequcstiug them to accept
Hie proposition of the llnseball Leaguo
on the terms already stnted
If the I'linnhou authorities grant the
permission to use the grounds they
will be helping out local sportsmen In
iniio wns than one. Among other
ti ings, they will insure tho baseball
lining public a serlos of good games!
plaved on n place wheio tho pleasure!
of watching them Is not marred by the
hot sun nnd dust, ny swelling tho
coffers of tho McKlnley Memorial
rund they will render material assist-
nr.ee townid the establishment ot a
park where the sportsmen can liny
Tho McKlnloy Fund Commltteo has
alreudy secured a largo amount of
n'une) nnd it Is ptobabru that tho pep
cintnge of tho baseball receipts will
hilp It along to suih an extent that a
(me sporting park win he an assuied
thing next year, lly tnus stepping In
lj tho breach nnd tldlug baseball
tl tough this jenr the deplorable slturr
t:on which at present confronts thii
spoilsmen who have no biiltable place
rn vvtileh to plnyhelr ganie-B, will ha
ended and sports will be given a lift
vlllioiit which they will continue to ho
1 1 n ery had state.
Kaiilehii, Knu April 11. Kalinaiu
vim poisoned be) ond n doubt and the
party or patties that did the act must
lie detected Will the High SheillT
n Ink at it 01 will ho send some one
hue who can lie of senlco In siien
mutters' The now deputy shetilt will
do all ho can. but it Is expecting too
n 111 b of him to do it alone, and expo
iluiiee In other cases makes many
1I1 nut er) niuili tho energy or Intelll
genie ot the Island police.
EXCLUSION IN THE SENATE
HAS ROUGH OUTLOOK
Mitchell-Kahn Bill Does Not Meet
Views of Leading republicans
Pacific Coast Commission.
Washington, April 14 One of two
things Is likely to happen to tno
Aiilchell-Kahn exclusion bill from tno
pi c sent outlook. It will either no
amended to conform to tho present
laws nnd he passed, or wilt bo side
tracked for the Piatt amendment, lt
Is likely thnt It will be amended and
paueil, although n poll taken of tho
Senate today, according In tho Snn.
to who took lt. revealed a vote oi
fcrt-flvo against the bill. Hut ho
ppok'e ot the bill as It stands, while
.,.... i. .u- n.lmlls that it must be
rtrended to stand nny chnnce nt all.
Another Senator said he believed
the "bill" would be bettered so its
best friends wouldn't know It." Uq
hdleieil, howocr. It would then pass
unless the Senate. In a lit of disgust
o. cr Its drastic provisions, should
.uinnt it fnr Piatt's amendment, In
which case the I'lntt nmendment it
sell would hao to go through n course
"If the I'lntt amendment Is nccept
cd " snld this Senntor. "an amendment
will have to be nuded to It providing
Tor tho exclusion at Chinese from tha
Philippines. The President wants tills
nnd tile Sennto wants It."
Senator rornKers speech today In
the Senate nttracted much nttcntlon to
the bill In Its relation to the treaty
end caused some doubts among certtin
senators who heretofore hae been
stnlttarts for the blll One of them
admitted that he 'was shaky nnd
would lrice to see the Senate fake up
the present laws and ro-ennit them
vlihout trlng to frame n new bill.
'I nm committed to the Mitchell.
ImiTiii hill." he said, "and so will i.ito
to- It. but It is not what we want, nnd
tot wbnt the Pailflc Coast wants.
Ctllfornln wnnts re-enactment of tho
pioBont lawt and unfiling more. I' is
n.est unfortunate that the California
Ci nimlsslon came on here and mixed
mr Iters up by proponing n new nnd
drastic bill. We would have hi en
through with exclusion befoie this If
the Democrats on thnt Commission
nnd not tried to make politics out of
the exclusion policy."
Immediately auer Foiaker's speech
Lodge called up the amendments that
bad been pnssed oer One of these
was a proposition to strike out tno
sailor ilnuxe. Lodge moted that It lie
stricken out. and the mntter nni
ulouT to go to a oto with nobodv in
the Senate paji'ig nny nttcntlon to It,
i.hen I'at lemon pricked up his ears
and entered n protest Just In tlmo to
slop tile proceedings, lie uhjccti-il to
n into until Wednesday, when the
n ntter will come up with other amend'
pients. Lodge gracefully gave way I'll
der Pattel son's objection.
Judging by the assaults on the Full
er iuuso on every side, nnd In .rw
of the great activity of Senator Ilnnun
''I tho floor today m buttonholing
iid.rly oery Repuolican and urging
Idm to stilke out the sailor clause,
that provision Is sure to go. lt ri
mains In the House bill, so It will bo
cne of the matters to be tnrklnd by
the conferees, lt Is to be enst Into
ruder dnrltni'ss If tho lenders ot tno
Sennto have their way. In this they
ru supported by President Roosovelt,
v ho belleies such n provision wounl
Ii 31110 the shipping Intel ests.
BATThUV, NOT ASSAULT.
John Knninhu. the young Hawaiian 1
ai rested )Chterdny In connection with
tho shooting or 11 Chinaman In Knllhl
was charged with assault and battel)'
and nsMiult with a deadl) weapon In
the Police Court this forenoon liotb
the cases went oier until Saturday
morning heeause the lctlm of the ns
sault is Injhe Queen's Hospital nnd It
will lie thrcu or four uu)s befoie he
can get out-
Josepii Claik and Alex Ijir.uus by
I their attorneys. Ilusscl &. Watson, have
appealed from the decreo of Judge Ucur
dlieitiug J A. Thompson, commis
sioner, to pay ner to leitulu parties
tho rents and profits of ceitulu lauds
accruing since October 1, 1UU1.
The Honolulu Rapid Transit & Laud
Co. by Its nttornejs, Kinney, llallou
uml MiClaiiahnn, hue euteicd u demur
rer to the amended lomphijut of Hun
Kwnng Mnn Co.
W , I'. C Hnsson bus entiled a bill
ot reMvor to have Mis Kllse S. N.
Neumann, executrix of the will of Paul
.Neumann, substituted for liei lute hus
band us one of the defendants In com
plainant's suit against 1'alawul Valley
and Upland Development Association.
W. II Smith has been admitted to
tho prattlce of law lu tho Ttrrllurl.il
com is befoio Chief Justice I'rear. He
was born at New laen Cuun., l'eb
runry 26, IM.il, and be Is 11 giaduate of
Amhcrt college. Mass Ml Smith, who
was foimerly idltor of the llllu Tri
bune, studied law for two and a hull
yenis at Hllo.
Oxiiurd, Apill 12. It Is estimated
Hint lolly lT.oiiu ucies of beets have
lie nil planted, which win leave scarce
ly 11101 o than IOijij acres to he planted
Of these 17.0UU acres CuOO aires mo
alteaily up and glowing as fast us
beets inn glow.
a collection of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Pretty nearly everything that you
can think of in tho harness Una Is In
cluded In our big display.
i:eiy harness wo sell Is a bargain,
hnd wo sell all hinds from light track
"tndroad to heavy coach and team
I arness. From no ono clso can you
get tho harness nluo wo glvo you.
Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fine
Harness and Horse Doots.
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
IS2S Alcrchnnt St., next to 8tancnwnlcl Building.
HAWAII DITCH BILL
18 NOT NECESSARY
(Continued from page 1.)
suih an application by the Secietaiy
rf tho Interior Is not netessarj lr
tunlly holding that lu all such nppllca.
l.niw the expediency nnd proprlet) of
(.luutlng the pi h liege Is n nutter o
eltislvely within the power of the Ter
lly loamn of the fact that Acting
Secretary lt an had refused 11 similar
application In Septemoi'i' Inst, n bill
was lutlodiiied In Cougiess, mid 'mss
id by the lower IIouse, gruutliiT to
Hie party who had been refused np
pliintlou by 11 an, tho prlvllego wh'cn
hi had asked for This hill Is no'V
pending In the Senate, and tlio Co.il
mittee on Pacific Islands lias sent a
CLiy of It to tho Secretary of tho in
tcrlor, nuking his opinion ns to tho
pioprlcty nnd necessity of pissing the
bill. It will be seen that, since tno
lonilltlon of this opinion by Asslstnnt
Attorney (ieneial Van Oevnuter, tbeiu
ii 1111 neiesslt) for passage of the spe
tlnl legislation nsked.
Following Is Secietary Hltihcoek's
lettei heating on the subject'silbmltted
to the Sennto Committee on Pailllc
li'hiuils and Potto Illco: j
L'epnitmiiit ot the Intmloi, Wili'iIuk
Ion, Apill 5, 1902. j
The Chilli man of the Committee on
I'ncllle Inlands and I'orto Ilito,
I'nlted States Senate.
Sir: Under )qur refeience of the
4th lust, I have considered tin- bill
III. It HUD") giiinllng to the Iliwnll
1311th Company, .(.halted, the right of
ny oier ceitulu public lands lu thu
island of Hawaii for ditches, cunuls,
etc., to be used fin Irrigation and oth
or put poses.
For the liifoimntlnn of )our com
mittee I enilose heiewith n copy or a
letter, dated the 11th ultimo, rrom tlio
C nieinnr of Hawaii, piotestlng agilnst
the pnssago of this or a similar bill,
in the main, the lews of (loM-rnor
Dole linie my full approial. Hereto
I. us this Department has been inclin
ed to the i low that theie Is no exist
ing statutoiy uiithorlt rot the k rant
in; of rights of way thioiigh the pub
lie hinds in Hawaii fm Iriigutlou and
kliulied pin poses but the matter bus
H'eeiulj been eaiofullj 1 iiiislderel by
the Assistant Attorney (leueinl for
trds Department, nnd in tin opinion
iiiideied by that officer esteiiliiy and
appioved by me. n copy of which is
herewith enclosed It Is held (Tiat full
authority Is given by existing laws to
Tcriltoilal offlcors to grant cnseiuents
..1 this ehaiailer over the public lands.
of Life and Scenes
in SAMOA, HAWAII
and JAPAN by - -THEODORE
is now on exhibition at the ART
ROOMS of the PACIFIC HARDWARE
CO., Ltd., daily from 9 a.mto4 p.m.
' I believe, therefore, that there 14 no
I. "result) for the legislation embodied
In the pending bill, and that tho ler
iltorlal officers will be able, under ex
isting statutes, to uieompllsb better
lesults for the public and the people
of the Islands than can bo attained
tbiough an) special legislation of this
character I earnestly recommend
tlt.K.r01l., that tbo pending bill do not
receive the rasoinble consideration of
t. ongress. Very respettfully,
ISIgued) i: A HITCHCOCK,
ludgi Itobluson. In his wiltteu opin
ion deti)lng the motion to stilke out
the amended complaint of I.cu Yin and
otlioiH against Wiilkikl l-and & Loan
Association mid Honolulu Itnpld Tiiin
sit K Jamil Co.. sus: "Our statute with
rtfeiencc to iiuieudiiients Is cieeding
I) liloail and llbeial." The stututc ii
quoted anil deilslous In sevcuil States
tiinsbleied. Judge Itiiblusun lluds tluit
the bod) of the original complaint set
out the nanus of the poisons compos
ing Hie copaitlieisblp of tlio Sun
Kwoug Man Co. 11ml thnt the omis
sion of tlio names fiom the caption
was a defect mil) lu the meie mailer
' riie nuieuded complaint Is piuel)
iinu'iulatoi) and lu mutters of form
nnl) of tho oiigiual complaint, ' sa)s
thu Judge, "and did nut loiitulu a
eliuuge 01 substitution of parties plain
tiff theieln, 1101 is It lu elfeit 11 substi
tution of a illffeieut or Independent
cuiise of action."
lillo AI BASKETBALL
The Y W C A pluyed 11 basketball
game this morning at V 15 o'doik In
the Y. M. C A gymnnslum The con
testing teams weie the Whites nnd the
Iteds, tho line-up being as follows
Whites Miss Until, .Miss Mai tin,
foiwuids. Miss Sihacrer, ocntei, Mis,
Ilrooks, Mis. Drew, guaids,
Iteds Miss Fiazler, Miss Ledernr,
roiwanls; Mis. Nowell, center; Miss
Love. Miss Hickcy, guards.
Mrs. Chiinh substituted lor Mis.
Diew as guard for the Whiles In the
second half The game was won by tho
Whites the si ore helngS to .1. A small
giitbiiliig of ladles witnessed the game
ami applauded all the good plays with
Mutleliii Knu, April 11. Some of
in Chinese citizens hnvo sent Doylo
1 mime) nxpicsBlon of thcii belief In
I lin us a win her uml n member of thu
Police Dopnitmeiit that can find evl
dime to convict. High SheiliT Diown
I' lepnrted at Hllo, Kail wonders It
be will islt tho district and do n III-
t It Imestlgntlng.
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Auditors for Corporations nnd Pri
Books examined nnd reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Dankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8TnEET.
n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received and Interest al
lowed at 4 1-2 per cent por nnnum. In
accordance with Ilules and Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may be obtained
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU : : t. H.
8in Francisco Agents Tho Ne
rsda National Dank of 8an Francisco.
Ban Francisco The Novada N
tlonal Dans: ot San Francisco.
London The Onion Dank ot Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Parle Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drcsdnor Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hoc-kong-Snanghal
New Zealand and Australia Dank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
Drltlth North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial aid
Travelers' Credits issued. Dills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collcctloni Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Boilding and Loan
A88ET8, JUNE Su, 1801, 180,04137.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is n"
OFFICERS -J. h. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vlco President:
C. B. Oray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keoci, J. A. Ly'e.
Jr- J. M. Little. II. s. Bovd.
A. V. GEAR.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,0Wi
Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and recelvei for col
lection Rills ot Exchange, Issues Drafts
snd Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. Por annnm.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months J
For 3 months 3
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ih King Street
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of one 30"xCO" 5 roller mill,
H. I. Whs. make, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Doublo Effects, Clarltlcrs,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc
Paicels of land. Interest lu Ilul
Lands, Houses, Work Animals, Carti,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sons,
For partkulars, apply to MR. J. R.
MYERS, Manager, nt Hamnn, Maul, or
to C. BREWER & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu, Xtarcu 4th, 1902.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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