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.'fa' (.V r HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY APlilL 29, 1902
Vol.. XL No. 2181.
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. J&s$r stWrne's Your
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New Bishop Prominent
In San Diego Lodge
flAS SPLENDID RECORD
FOR PROGRESSIVE WORK
One of the Earliest Arrivals in California-Wonderful
Growth of His
Church Many Honors
San Diego, April 19. Rev. Henry It.
Itestarlck, rector of St. Paul's church
of this city, has decided to accept tho
Rishoprlc of Honolulu, to which ho
was elected on Thursday by the, llous
of Bishops, In session at Cincinnati.
Mr. Itestarlck has had but one charg
since he was a priest of tho nplscop.il
Church. He studied at drlswold Col
lege, Iowa, nnd at the age of 27. years
In June, 1882, he was ordained priest
at Davenport, la. Ho lived at Coun
cil Bluffs, and after rctunilnK there to
bo married, ho started for California,
reaching San Diego on the first train
feat brought regular passengers to
the city. Ho preached his first ser
mon on tho 19th of Juno, 1882, threo
iISiyb after arriving. In tho little
church which stood where tho Brew
ster Hotel now stands. In tho heart
nf the city. Since then tho church
has grown to be ono or mo largest m
the city, with many subordinate mis
sions. Whllo the church has grown In num
bers and wealth, honors bavo come
In the rector. Ho has been named ns
dean of Soutbdrn California and arch
deacon of San Diego county. Ho has
thrlco represented tho old dloccso of
San Francisco at tno triennial gener
al convention of tho Episcopal
Church, and has gono twice for tho
tew diocese of Los Angeles. Ho had
received an Intimation that ho might
bo elected Bishop and sent to Kansas,
but did not know that ho waa mention
ed for the Honolulu office. Tho posi
tion pleases him better tuan any of
tho others, and there Is an added
pleasure In the fact that the honor
rurao to him on t.."e first ballot in a
houso of fifty bishops.
Mr. Itestarlck Is tho chaplain of tho
local lodgo of Elks, and It Is safe to
Fay that San Diego Lodge, No. 168, Is
the first nnd only ono to havo a Dish
op honor that office.
II IE WE
Thero Is considerable discussion be
ing Indulged in at the present time
respecting tho chairmanship of tho
executive committee of tho Homo Rulo
party, tho death of Jas. K. Knulla hav
ing left that body of native politicians
without a head.
It was lenrned on good authority to
day that Senator Kalauokalanl will
I'ct as chairman of tho commtttco un
til tho return of Delegate. Wilcox from
Washington, at whkh tlmo tho chair
manship will bo tendered to him. This
Ib thought by tho older members of tho
party to be tho very best move for tne
party to make, the belief being that
Wilcox will succeed better In holding
tho various factions together than any
other man In tho party.
Tho younger elomont of tho party
has not done very much In the prem
ises, but thoy will bo heard from when
tho proper time arrives.
CONCERT FOR KINDHKGAUT1IN8
Tho- band will play at tho Execu
' tlve grounds Thursday morning. May 1,
from 9:30 to 11 o'clock, for the free
kindergarten. A cordial Invitation Is
extended to all primary schools to bi
Your amateur photographic work
will be well dono It taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
for Amateur photographers.
Our work Is dono by ourselves
and Is tho best.
Ill log us your films or plalos.
i Rice & Perkins
Oreaon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union Sts. Entrants on Union.
SUICIDE OF AUERBACil
EARLY TI1IS MORNING
Body Found in Empty Lot Near
Charles Ludwigsen's Place on
Frank B. Auerbach, manager of
Henry May & Co., and a man very well
and favorably known In business and
social circles of tha city, committed
suicide at an early hour this morning.
The news as It spread about the streets,
was received wun great surprise ana
even consternation by-those who knew
him. The deed was committed on a
lot back of the home of Charles Lud
wlgsen, Keeaumoku street, and oppo
site the home of the deceased.
Mr. Auerbach has been suffering for
some time from a combination of
stomach and liver complaints. TTe was
somewhat worried over business af
fairs, having been a member of tho
company which controlled the Brascb
lace house and having lost money in
As the deceased did not feel very well
last night, he did not eat any dinner
nnd retired early. This was the last
seen of htm by his wife.
At about 5:15 o'clock this morning,
the German nurse girl who Is employed
In the houso saw Mr. Aerbach walk out
of tho houso. He was clad. In pajamas
and Chlneso slippers nnd carried In his
hand a 38.55 Sharp's rifle. The girl
did not suspect that be Intended to kill
himself. When she went upstairs a
few minutes later she mentioned casu
ally to Mrs. Auerbach that she had
seen her husband go out with his rllle.
Sho thought that he Intended To shoot
A moment later, n shot rang out and
Mrs. Auerbach went to net husband's
room to see If ho was there. She found
that he had left and also noticed the
aDscuco of tno rille. She immediately
rushed outside to find him but ns she
did not suspect whero he hnd gone,lt
was about ten minutes before she' lo
cated tho body which was lying In the
empty lot referred to.
Fearing the worBt, Mrs. Auerbach did
not go close up to the body Jml rushed
to Ludwlgten's house and called him
out. Mr. Ludwlgscn und Mrs. Aucr
bach then went together to the spot
wbere tho deceased waj lying;
Auerbach was dcaif when they found
him. The top of his head was blown
off and the rlllo with which he commit
ted the deed was lying across hi.
breast. Ho had plated tho muzzle ot
tho rlllo In his mouth and pulled the
trigger, the bullet ranging upwards.
Mr. Ludwlgscn Immediately tele
phoned to Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortb
who hastened to the scene. After view
Ing the icmalns ho had them removed
to tho morgue. A Coroner's Jury which
had been sworn In, upon tho deputy i
learning of tho event, alio view the
body. Tho Jury consists of II. i:
Wnlty, E. C. Moore, Chas. Ramsay, J
A. M. Johnson, K. Richardson and W.
The terrible event tomes as a blow
to tho relatives and friends of tho de
ceased as It was utterly unexpected.
Aiierbarh was a bright business maun.
well known In commctchll life, being
a member of both the Chamber of Cora
mcrco and the Merchants' Association.
Ho drow a good salary and lived an
exceedingly happy family life with 111 a
wife nnd (He children. Ho was in very
poor health, however, and had been so
for the putt fow months. He suffered
much from stomach and liver com
plaints nnd his meals so often caused
him distress that he very often went
without them. Ho had also complain
ed of loss ot sleep lately.
The deceased was about forty years
of age. Ho wus an Englishman by birth
nnd came to these Islands about eigh
teen or twenty jcurs ago. Ho had been
employed as a bookkeeper In several
places prior to his taking the position
with May & Co. Heela and Hnna plan
tations uro among tho places whero 1m
worked, He has been with Mny &
Co. for about seven years. Ho was n
clubman, n Scottish rite Mason and
also one of tho charter members of tho
Pacific Lodge. The deceased leaves a
wlfo who Is now prostrated with grief
over tho terrible event, and five chil
dren, tho .oldest ot whom Is about
eleven and the oungest 214 years of
age. He also leaves a brother in Illlo,
The funeral of Mr. Auerbach will
tako place on Sunday from tho house.
It was decided to unit until this date
as tho brother of tho deceased, R. I,.
Auerbach, who lives In Illlo, Is ex
pected to arrive In the Klnau on Sat
urday. Tho remains will be Interred
In the fumlly lot In Niiuanu cemetery.
Tho oilglual "Weln l:a Hao terim.
iilw tho "Public Works" team, will
pull against tho lumber-yard men at
tho tugof.wnr rontcats In tho Anla
wnrehousti tonight. Thn latior feel
Hint they havo a hard proposition to
buck against, nn tho Public Works
ti'iim am tho champions of tho Trrl
Ir.ry, but thoy Intend to mnko a des
pernio attempt to win. Their team
wtlglis only 1112 pounds. Tho weights
or I ho various members nro ns fr-l
lows: .1. Iv. Mnkeclnnl, 107 pounds;
Hello. 178: Knnlknlln, MS: Nat. 195;
VIKiill, 115: Jackson, 152; and Maunn
liuo, 15 I! K. Iliitliburii Is tlio (up
For Defeat In the Senate
Republicans opposed to bill, 18;
Democrats opposed to bill, 32; Repub
licans for bill, 38; majority against
Washington, April 19. Defeat over
Cuba more overwhelming than that
which was met In tho'Houso confronts
tho ndmlnlstratlon In tho Senate. Tho
stntirctn In thn llnnsn was n mero
skirmish compared with the battle
pending In the upper branch of Con-
giess. Only "iloosevclt luck can ticio was oven more., 'inis, wun me ing the policy of tho Republican party
avert tho disaster. There Is an ap- differential, makes total reduction declared that for the time being Con
ticrent majority of twelvo In the Sen- on rortned sugar of 608 por hundred Ercss had not Into n tmslilun of ntiinni.
nto against concession to Cuba. When
Ihf ndmlnlBtrntlon SenatorB heard to-
day that tho Senate Committee on Re-
la.lons with Cuba will probably refuse
to report any reciprocity bill they
were Incredulous. This Incredulity
was shared by several of tho most
prominent Senators. Among them
wero true and tried friends of tho ad-
ministration llko Piatt of Connecticut,
chairman ot the Cuban committee;
Ifunna. Lodge and Ilcvcrldgc. It last
wl until the Senators gathered for to.
day's session. Then a new light dawn
ed. Friends of the administration and
of Cuba lenrned that whllo they had
been resting In fnncled security tho
beet BUgar men had been working, nnd forc th country for tho election of a should have been In Insisting on giving
that tho clear majority of which thoy ncw House of Representatives. Ap-n remedy for the Cuban situation from
could Justly boast two weeks ago had parently It will be 1890 over again. the first, instead of that, they snld.
c mpletely disappeared. How are wo preparing for It? Wo he had not onco or twice, but several
In the first place they ascertained seen) to have no leader. Tlio Republl- times declared that the Cuban dlffl
that the Democratic Senators, practt-, cans ln the House are n leadcrlcss mob. ' tulty wns not of his liking but was
cnlly to a man, would stand ns solidly Tuo minority of Republicans there something ho had Inherited' from tho
together ns the Houso DemocratH hnd comblnc with the Democrats, and that ' late President McKlnley.
stood for tho bill ns It passed tho ,. ,. ,. , ..,.. ,,..,..,, ..,.' " """"m "'"
House, abolition of the differential and '' u" f,"'1,, ' r"pon"b""J n"d I The color given to this wns that the
nil. 1 pnr,y "c'P"nc. i i-rcsuient wns Indifferent to the Cuban
The sltuntlon of the administration' "Exnctly tho same situation prevails cauce nd was seeking to get relief for
at this time Is one of embarrassment. In tho Senate, Thero Is no leader, aiuCuba In a perfunctory way, simply bo
lt would bo difficult to adequately do- a few Senators who wero elected y cause the late President wus committed
scribe tho rage of the big men In tho Republicans stand rendy to form an , to It, nnd not because It wns something
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.what the House had done.
: "nrtlaip lv
nd irvlne tu
Itmm iviisn In fain it I
taklnn tin the House bill and trying to
Jam It through tho Senate Just ns
nnsseil bv tho House. I
In Hopeless Minority.
There Is n difference between threat
and performance, and Senators who
wero talking of nutting the House bill
through the Senate discovered, that
they were members of a hopclpss mi
nority. As a matter of fact, tho Sen
ato Is on tho verge of abandoning tho
administration quite, as completely as
the Homo did yesterday.
very hlgn tension was manifested
among tho members of the House to-1
day as a result of tho action of the
pa rui M Pi ra Pi Pb P p p "-a ra ra
NNNfiT ImlMolnT ours
LOCAL COLONY IS DEPLETED
AND MONEY GOES OUT
Consul Canavarro Says He Is Unable
To Prevent the ExodusCom
plaint Against Tax
Discontent with conditions In the
Territory has again begun to movo the
Portuguese colony Btrongly. Numer
ous departures for tho Mnlnlnnd 1b
one of tho consequences alreiTdy evl
dent. Resides removing their valu-
ahln labor from the Islands tho de
parting Portuguese aro carrying away
n good deal of money.
Elghty-flvo men, women nnd children
of tlio Portuguese, nationality leaving
In tho steamer Alameda tako $1800 In
cash away with them as actually
known und probably more money un
accounted. Tho depletion of tho col
ony nt this rato Is creating almost
consternation nmong tho Binall store
keeping class of the colony, to whom
It Is a serluiiB matter.
Senhor A. do Souza Canavarro, Con
sul for Portugal, has given earnest at
tention to tho plaints of Ills country
men but without being nblo to do much
fcr them. Their repiy to bis advice
that thoy tako work on tho sugar plan
tations Is that they cannot maintain
their families on tho wngen of $18 n
ircntli offered. Consul Canavarro has
found llttlo satisfaction from his own
perbonal appeals to planters. Thoy
tell him that ten able-bodied Japanese,
laborers can bo accommodated In tha
quarters that ono Portuguese family
Another grlovn,nco tho Portuguese,
suffer Is that ot tho u-Jentlt-ss exac
tions of tho tnx nsiieBBois, Thn ex
emption of $300 value lu real ustato,
they complain, Is arbitrarily broken
down by nominal rivur-vnluatlons so
ns In squeeze out ono dollar of taxos,
An Instuiico of this Is given tho Hullo
tin where a poor woman's homo tost
her precisely $107, but n deputy as
sessor put her property up to n mar
rin over tho oxeiupt vnluatlnn and
ti.us compelled bur to pay n dollar.
Tho rising dlsiiintiiut has had an
other result In reviving uKltntloii nl
lb Tlmour ('iilniilzutlnu sdiemo nl
unto few years ago. Whllo this win
piiihuhly nut niiiin to anything, tho
iinir Inline will Inevitably see a
heavy iiiIhiiiIIuii of PiiitiiKuesn to tho
, .-lU.ululiil of lhe rutted Hlliten.
House last night In overriding tho i In the House on Friday there has been
Ways and Means Committee on tho , almost a panic. This has been Intensl
Cuban reciprocity bill. Chairman ned by the duplication of this sltuatloti
P.iyno stated that tho abolition of the i ln lhe senate. Administration Sena
differential and countervailing duties tors arc all asking. "What can be doner
frte.Cl.Cl"MVln..?re"lenr..rf,1lC, ' "."n,d Will the Cuban situation be duplicated
His earlier ngurca showed tho conn'
Availing duty to bo between 26 ccntB
nnd 27 renin nor hundred nounds. But
lm-,lnls referred to raw sugar nnd the
countervailing duty on tho renncu nr-1
pounds. . . . ...
Long of the Ways and Means com-
mltteo alito made estimates, which ln
his Judgment boro out tho foregoing
figures mat me amenumeni wouiu
tako off In differential and counter-
vailing duties a totalof 808 on reOned '
sugar coming from Germany and nth-'
er countries giving bounties.
Washington. April 20. "Not In ten
jejrs has there been n time when th
situation In national politics was so
threatening for the Republican party,"
said a very prominent Republican
day. "Wo arc Just preparing to go be -
imincc wun the uimocrais-ir.
deed, the alliance has not already been
formcd-to overthrow the policy of the
'""'cd-to overthrow the policy of the
odmlnUtrallon and bid denance to par-
W authority. How Is It to end? I'n-
ll" 'B u, " "' "'" i""' rame w
their senses It will end In disaster und
tho loss of the Presidency In ISO I.
These expressions nro only Jn line
with whwt can be heard whenever two
or inree leaning politicians . id-j
gcther. The gravity of the situation I
growing. The sentiment for a tariff,
Democratic unity and Republican dls
rord that Is the situation In a nut-
I Since the breakdown of party power
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Brings Two Days Later
News and Mail for
WILL SAIL I OR MANILA
TOMORROW OR THURSDAY
i Vessel of Many Names Eleventh
I Infantry for Manila Passen
j gers for Honolulu Captain
I Walcott in Command.
Tho United States Army transport
Crook, Captain Walcott. arrived In port
nt an early hour this morning from San
Francisco, having sailed from the Gol
den Gato on tho 21st Inst., nt 3 o'clock
In tho afternoon. Shu brought two
days' later mall und newspaper files,
previous papers from the Coast having
been brought by -the Alameda which
sailed from San l-'runcisco on tho 19th,
Th Crook Is bound for Manila with
a battalion of tho 11th Infantry, bo
fcldes a number of recruits und casuals
und numerous cabin passcugors, Be
sides mull for this port alio carries
mall for nil Philippine points.
This Is tho Ilrsl vUlt of the Crook to
this port und It Is expected that sho
will now be kept on tho Pacific route.
A pleasant trip was enjojul by those
aboard, nothing occurring during th
package to mar tho ploasuru of tho laruo
number of passengtirs, except a few
(uses of mumps among tho soldiers.
Five hundred ami six enlisted men
of the Utli Infantry, n number nf pri
vates of the Hospital Culpa, a few
teachers, civilian employe of the iirmy
wives and families of army olllcera
nboard tlio transport nnd ntheis nl.
, ready In the Philippines, besides can
nula mid recruits for tho army In the
Philippines, mo Included In the trnux.
port's passenger list.
Having something ot tlio appearand
nt Ilia llfuicot'h, lhe Uiook Is ono o( tin
UiBt nil bt ot tlio iriiiHpurt iImi
(I'niitlniind on imge 8.)
on the canal bill? Will not this session
J-"1"5' emJ ln a colossal failure,
which will make defeat Inevitable In
.Men wno have much to do with mak-
, nism to tho ndmlnlstratlon. nnd It wa
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r In either branch of Congress, nnd
that the Democrats, who have had no
leadership for jcars and no fixity of
purpose In a decade, aro really mold'-
in some nuartcrs thero l n dlsnosl-
tlon to criticize the President nnd to
throw much of tho blame upon lilm
for the condltlou prevailing. Republl
to-'can representatives said today that Mr.
. Uoosevelt had not been ns linn ns ho
iu-,thnt was right and to which the im
I tlounl honor was pledged,
No disguise Is made
No disguise Is made of the feeling
among Republicans that the party Is In
a critical state. The Congressional
committee, it is saiu on goo.i autuority
Is feeling very nervous and Is looking
to tho national committee to take hold
of the coming Congressional campaign
and help out. It Is doubtful it it can
gej nny help from thenatlonal commit
tee The House has from tho outset
nf tho present session Ignored the na
tlonal committee Us ndvlce, whether
given by Scnntor Manna, thn chairman,
or Postmaster Payne, tho vice chair
man, has been contemptuously rejected
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TRIAl JURY EXCLUSIVELY
FOR JUDGE ROBINSON
Mrs. Neumann Pleads Time Limit
Against Mr. Hasson--Estate of
A. B. Scrimgeour Appeal
Ilelow are tho icitulls ot the draw
i.'.it of Jurors for tho May term of the
First Circuit Court. Tho small limn
ler of trial Jurors i-lghteen Is ex
plained by the fact thlit tho panel Is
exclusively fur Judgo Robinson, who
Is to preside at tho term. If It should
become expedient for either of tho
other Judges to hold Jury trials, an
other panel will have to be summon
ed Following aro the Grand and
Tilnl Jury panels:
Oranil Jurors John F. Cnlburn, S
.1. Salter, 8. L. Rumsiiy, A. Garten-
berg, J. H. Fisher, A. 8 Cleghorn.
O. G. Trapbagen, M. PhllHpB, Jonu
than Shaw, J. S. Martin, John H. So
pot, Chas. M. Coolie. W .0. Ilarn
liurdt. It W. Shlnglo, Theo Wolff, E.
A Mclnerny. N. E. Gcdge, Ttios. F.
Trial Jururs Wm. H. Thornton,
Jos Itk hauls. Chas. R. Dement, Chas.
I. DliU-rson, Jas. llleknell, U. K.
Cl'i'nn. A D. l.arnach. Sol. Kuplhea,
A 8 Preseott. It A Doxtcr, Jno. A.
l.egros. II. J. Mossman, W. L. Dis
ney. C 8 Ilolloway, Lot l. C Lone,
Jno K Wilder, L. D Tlmmons, II.
Hutch & .Sllllmun havo filed tho plea
m Mrs Ellsu 8 V. Neumann to thn
bill of revivor of W. P. (' Hasson.
which keeks to havo her sub
stituted ns defendant fur her late hus
band. Paul Neumann, III plaintiff's
mill fur nu ni (limiting of the Pulawnl
Iicvelni -nl Ciimpniiy Tim plea Is
t at. on executrix of th) will of Mr
Neiimniiii she published the stntu
lory uoilie i all iredlturs to present
their ilulniH within six months or bu
fun vi r haired und that. Mr Hassciii
having failed to present his claim
wlihln the period. Is by law ilebuned
frrm uski-rtlng any claim against tho
JuiIkx (h'ur has appointed David
poM'Ui administrator of the estate of
A. II Hi limit' our, dceui"l, under
bond ' 7imii The Ntale (initials of
the Iiiihlmiiii of lhe Mami'iii lining
J sine"" Coiupuuy and is vuiin-il ut
AIM TO KILL THE BILL
BEET SUGAR FORCES DO
NOT FEAR CRITICISM
Discussion of Situation By Members
of the House-Weeks Tells What
It Means-Grosvenor and
Washington, April 19. Thero was
a buzz of oxclted comment on the floor
of the House when the session began
today, and members gathered In
groups to discuss tho stirring Inci
dents of the vote on Cuban reciproc
ity last night Tho subject was not
referred to In tho opening proceed
ings, however, oxcept In Chairman
Payne's correcting the record of somo
tf the excited parliamentary sparring,
nnd then tho House turned to routine
Grosvenor of Ohio took occasion to
talk on the action of tho Houso yes
terday on the Cuban reciprocity bill.
Ho said that tho dlfforcntlnl on re lined
sugar had been placed In tho Dlngley
Mil against the protest of tho BUgar
thist, and at the request of tho beet
Si gar producers. Ho said the beet su
gar men had overreached themselves.
In order to accomplish the humilia
tion of certain members of tho Houso
they hnd not only struck oft tho dif
ferential on sugar, but also tho coun
tervailing duty on bounty-produced
sugar. Referring to what might oc
cur In tho Senate, ho said the action
ot tho House, by the voto ot the Dcm
oc rnts and the controlling fnctor in tho
House (the beet sugar Republicans),
had made It Impossible for tho Scnalo
1 1 remove the differential Amend
ment. Any Senator who voted to
strike out tho Morris nmendment
would be accused of favoring tho bu-ga.-
Iteplvlng to General Grosvenor,
Weeks of Michigan, ono of thoso prom
inent In opposition to the Ways and
Mcaus Committee, commented satiri
cally upon Grosvpor's recent refer
ences to the young nnd Inexperienc
ed members. Telegrams of congratu
lation bad been pouring in today,
Weeks snld, from the Governor of
Mchlgnn and from those high In tho
councils of tho Republican party, on
the biiccobb of the movement against
tl'o reciprocity bill With this home
support behind them, ha and his nsso
c.ates did not propose to havo tho
"riot act" read to them from tho gen
tleman from Ohio or any other lead
er "Our motive wns to kill that bill
that Is the plain English of 11," ox
claimed Weeks, "nnd wo bellovo that
It Is killed, and that If It over comes
hack from the Senate Its friends will
not bo nblo to recognize It."
Cannot stated that If tho Senato
dealt with the bill as Weeks suggest
ed the House would in duo time nnd
In Its own way deal with the amend
ed bill. Cannon's remarks put tho
House In good humor mid brought tho
discussion hack to tho formication
about $1000 by E. F. Dlshop, petition-
n. to whoso knowledgo tho deceased
U-lt no heirs.
Albert K. Nawahi by his attorneys,
Magoon & Dillon, has filed exceptions
In the order of Judgu Robinson sus
taining tho demurrer of Hakalau
Plantation Company to his complaint
lor $20,000 damages.
The, boxing match between l.on Ag
new and Jack Weedny may bo held un
der tho auspices ot the Honolulu Ath
S, S. ALAMEDA, APRIL 30,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Express closes 10 a. ni. day of sailing.
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
I For the man
2 MANUFACTURERS' SB
1057 TOUT HTIIUT.T.
THE WAR Tffi
List of Changes to Take
Effect the First of
MANY YEXATIOUS IMPOSTS
ARE WHOLLY WIPED OUT
Legacy Duties Only Payable on Es
tates of Persons Dying Before
July 1-Liquor and Tobacco
Roy II. Chamberlain, Collector of in
ternal Revenue, has received a circu
lar from Commissioner J. W. Yerkcs,
relative to the net to repeal war reve
nue taxation nnd for other purposes
which, ns the circular states, was ap
proved by the Piesldcut on the 12th
Instant. The, follow lug changes aro
made in the taw now iu force, to tako
effect on nnd after July 1, 1902:
Special taxes of bankers, brokers,
dealers In grain, securities, etc., under
par. 3, sec. 8, act of March 2, 1901 (bro
kers' class 2); pawnbrokers, custom
house brokers, proprietors ot thcateyi,
etc., proprietors of circuses, proprietors
of public exhibitions or shows for mon
ey, proprietors of bowling alleys or
billiard rooms, dealers in leaf tobacco,
dealers In tobacco, manufacturers of to
bunco, manufacturers of cigars.
Stamp taxes on Instruments, papers
or documents; deliveries or transfers
ot stock, and sales and agreements ot
sale or agreements to sell Blocks, prod
ucts or merchandise (Schedule A).
Wines (Schcdulo 11). Seats in parlor or
palace cars, and berths In sleeping
Tnxes on legacies and distributive
ehnrc-B of personal property.
Excise taxes on persons, firms, com
panies nnd corporations engaged In re
fining petroleum nnd sugar.
Fermented liquors. Tho tax Is re
duced to $1 'per barrel.
Snuff nnd tobacco. Thi- tax Is re
duced to C cents per pound.
Clgnrettcs. Tho tax on cigarettes
weighing more than 3 pounds per 10)0
Is reduced to $3 per 1000.
A drawback or rebate Is allowed on
all original nnd unbroken factory pack
ages of smoking nnd manufactured to
bacco and snuff held by manufacturers
or dealers on July 1, 1902, to tho
amount of difference between tha
higher rate paid and tho tax Imposed
by this net.
No discount Is nltowed on salo ot
stamps for fermented liquors, or for to
bacco or snuff.
The provisions of tho present law,
relatlvo to mixed flour, remain un-
, changed except n slight change. Is made
ln tho definition of mixed flour.
Rights accrued or liabilities Incurred
prior to tho repeal are not affected.
The cstutcs of all persons dying
prior to July 1, 1902, will be subject to
the legacy tax. even If the distribution
Is not made until after that date.
OBJECT TO NATHANIEL.
A big mass meeting at the leper set
tle ment at Kalaupapa, Is said to bo
planned this evening, for tho purpose
of protesting ngalnst tho nppointment
of Mr, Nathaniel as District Magls-
tratc with Jurisdiction over the settle
ment. Tho lepers uro In no way In
favor of tho now appointee and will
let their voices bo heard ln staunch
opposition at the meeting tonight.
Weekly edition of the Dilletln $t a
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