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HONOLULU. TKRRTTOHY OY HAWAII. PltTDAY JUNE 0, 1002
Price 5 Oknts.
Many Through Passen
gers Aboard Gaelic
Mrs, Maclaron, Mrs. S. C,.4wtr1.zo,
Miss It. L. Partridge, Wm. fowl). 8.
Illcliardson, J. K, 8mltli, ClihepBfonor,
E. W. Tllden, Mrs. TlltlcmMfj) and
maid. Dr. Yung Wlnfy 1. iUNnri'tlno.
Mrs. Dallnntlne. L W llrlstowo, L. V
Clnwson, Miss Edith Claw son. W. II,
Davis, Hev. C. Goodrich, D. D, Ilcv
8. E. linger, Mrs. linger and 4 chll
ilrcn, Mrs. II. I. Epplnger and child,
II V. I). Joseph, A. H. Kaeser, Mrs
A. I: Knights, J, J. Kucnzll, Tom
Leung, Mrs Leung, M. II. Multcnbor
ger, J I'. Plummcr, Lieut It. Scliwnrz,
Franz Seldel, J Soss, 1 M. Trcvoo
Miss Beatrice Vroomnn, Miss Rachel
Vroomnn, Miss Fanny G. Wilson.
LOCOMOBILE AND THE
RUBBER MEN DO WELL
tyru and Coptic SightedJapanese for
' .Honolulu Kobe Agent to Coast
Boat Sails 5 p.m.
Tho Occidental & Oriental steamship
Gaelic, Captain I'lnch, was sighted at i:itu, with a number of representative
P o'clock this murnlng fiom China and ,lcop0 and the Territorial liand aboard,
Japan ports and docked at tho Pncinc.W(,Ilt out (o mect , Alame(la oft ti10
Krto ToTu- - ,
month; Shanghai on the lath; Naga- I'roprlato tunes and the tug was gaily
sakl on the list; Kobe on tho 23d, and iVcornted with vari-colorcd flags. Many
Yokohama on tho 27th. Tho voyngo' launches turned out and many promt
was a pleasant one and tho usual good1 iunt persons wero aboard Admiral
tlmo was made. At 5 o'clock this af- j ML.rry's launch was one of tho llrBt
ternoon the Gaelic sails for San Fran-'on(,gl(lo nm, Aiewn,icr Young's
Governor Dole Discusses
WITH SAIN FRANCISCO PAPERS
The Politics Of Hawaii
Fort dc France Martinique Ma 27
Mont Pelco has again turned Its
wrath upon the Island of Martinique
and again have human lives been sac
rificed For more than fifteen hours
the volcano has been In a state of vlo-'
lent eruption, and ns It grows constnnt- j
ly more threatening the- panic of last i
week has been revived Fort del
France Is being showered with nMies
The Oceanic steamship Alameda
from San Francisco, was slgnlcd off
Walmanato at If 43 o'clock this after
noon Shortly before" 4 o'clock tho
Uullctln launch left the side of tho Ala
! eda with the latest San Francisco
Among the returning Honolulans Is
Governor Dole. Tho Gocrnment tug
Liv-ovor passengers for this port
are II, L, Epplngcr, Mrs. II, Corculd,
L. Fltzjarroll nnd Captain J. II. Sutton.
Two hundred and eighty tons of
freight were brought for Honolulu and
412 Japanese nnd six Chinese disem
Tho Pacific Mall steamship Peru was
sighted on May 31, nt 9 15" p. in. In lati
tude 33 23N, longitude, lbO 55E. On June
4 at 9.33 p m., tho Occidental & Ori
ental steamship Coptic, Captain Kin
der, was sighted In latitude 21.4 IN, lon
gitude 1C3 57W.
Tho through passenger list Is a largo
one. Honorable A. W. Urewln, super
intendent of schools nt Hongkong, ac
companied by his daughter, la trnv cling
V. J. Gorman Is the hea'd of the largo
rubber Arm of San Francl3co unJ has
been doing a big business In Japan and
E. Forbes, n Hongkong and Shang
hai business man, Is on a vacation.
Mrs. E. A. Judson, Miss C. D. Jud
fton nnd Miss S. F. Judson aro Cook's
tourists. A. E. Kaeser Is conducting
the party. They hac been "doing
Japan and China.
Mrs. S. E. Partridge and Miss II. L.
Partridge are tho wife and daughter
of the Protestant Episcopal Dlshop of
Dnlght S. Illcliardson Is n manufac
turer of New York, returning home
from a business trip In tho Orient, lie
Is accompanied by his daughter.
J, E. Smith Is one of the commission
ers of the Loulslnua Purchaso Exposi
tion. He passed through hero on his
way out to Japan nnd China M. II Mul
tenberger Is traveling with Mr. Smith.
E. W. Tllden Is tho Kobo agent of
the Occidental & Oriental Steamship
Co. He hns been called to San Fran
cisco on Important matters In connec
tion with tho company's business. Ho
Is accompanied by his wife and child.
L. P. Claw son Is an Ohio manufac
turer returning home. Ho has been
doing his share In keeping the door of
commerce open In the Orient.
Tho Rev. C. Goodrich Is a missionary.
Ho was In tho famous Blego of Pckln-j
nnd much hns been written concerning
him In Honolulu and Mainland papen.
J. E. Wummor has been selling loco
mobiles In the Orient. Ho secured or
ders for almost one hundred high class
tiachlnes In Japan and China.
Lieutenant Iludolph Scliwnrz Is an
officer of tho German navy, returning
The complete list of through passen
gers Is ns follows: Miss Mario Aquino,
Hon. A. V. Drowln, Miss E. M. Drew
In Rev T. H. Hurke. F. H. Du Cros,
W. E Du Cros, J. J. Dunno, W. J.
Gorham, H. G. Hodsoll, D. Forbes,
Mrs E. A Judson, Miss C. T) Judson,
Miss S. P Judson, J. W. Mnclarcn,
San Francisco, May 2S. Gov. San
ford II Dole of tlio Territory of Hn
wall nnUetl at tho Occidental Hotel
jestcrdny and will lcae for tho isl
unds on the setaiuer Alamcdn on 8nt-
uida He has been to Washington at
the icquest of President Roosevelt and
on his way batlc ho spent several days
In Southern California. He Is In splen
did health nnd with tho exception of a
idlEht cold, which ho contracted I nlhc
East, he hns not had one day's Illness
miring his lslt to the United States.
"I went to Washington at tho re
quest of the President, Governor Dulo
said. "In my conferences with tho
Piesldent he desired to know ns much
rs possible about the political sltua
Hon lie did nut Inquire about tho
administration of the Islands."
There have been ninny reports that
the Piesldent wwild cnll upon you to
nclgn and that Sam Parker would pos l.s composed of old Royalists, polls tho
nufius. Mrs J. II. Taraday and two tj)j mcclMi 0," ald the Intenlow I largest vote, as evcrj nntlo votes tho
launch was also on hand.
l-oTTiJttlng Is the list of passengers
pi riving In the Alameda: S. T Alex
ai der, Mrs, Alexander, Miss E. Angus,
Miss C. Dihhvln. W. M. Campbell, H
Lirtvi right N I). Chamberlain, Irnnk
Llurk. Mrs Clark, W. J Conroy, Hon
S It Dole Mrs. M. Downing, II. K.
"Tnere will be no changes on mj
part as a lesult of mj visit to Wash
lugtou The President did not allude
to the "crown" hinds and tho mnttct
v.'as not discussed (Jucen Lllluokala
nl receives u pension ot 17fou a vent
I nun the lluwallan Government and I
lo not think that tho United States
Government will grant her another
linslon. The "crown" lands nre now
lined with the other Hawaiian Govern
ment lands. You must understand
that n clause In the annexntlon tieuty
hud n clause which allowed the land
laws of Hawaii to remain tho same
d not think tho Home Rule party will
remain strong m lasting ns II has
luver fulfilled one promise made be
"The labor situation In (hi Hawaii
an Islands Is vcrv sntisfiu tnry. At the
time of annexation all hVbor contracts
became void and on this account many
of the laborers left the plnntatloiis
they wero working on nnd roamed
mound the Islands hoping to better
ticlr conditions. This tins nil been
lemedlcd and there Is now no lack o(
"Many of the sugar planters are anx
ious for while laborers to como to tho
iilnnds, and promise Ihcm a prolll
Sole Question Whether
Circuit Court Has
nnd mud. Outside tho sea Is In a
terrible fur) nnd tho fear of a tidal
wave Is In the minds of all The exodus nrwil i in ClltVT HPftV
from tbo Island continues nnd onlviiniAL LAN OILCrtl UlUil
!n7hVcity. ut com"cl8 "em m"aln CONSTRUCT 1VE CONTEMPT
Fort do France Martinique Mav '
IS Developments In the conditions ot !
Mont Pelee Indicate eruptions to tome Tj Act Of 1888 Relates Exclusively
to Publication of Proceedings of
Court and Repeals Nothing In
,1.1 rtt li. nm,),, tliu Knmp nil tn Amer-
ua Ihharlng contrnct If they will remain n
Governoi Dole when asked about the' '"tain spaco of time Tlio pronosl
lolltlcal situation in Hawaii said n. "I'" ",,ru '"' ' ' ,1,c9
. ., ..,..,.. .'ilantors will give white laborers n
iiiere aro mrvo jumui-ui iiunn-a
down there Tlio Homo Rule, which
children, Mrs. G. W Fletcher, Tnxon
n. Gedge. Vernon M. (Tcdge, Mrs. A.
II Geffency nnd two children, 1.
Goldberg. J. D. Drown, r. M. Ilntch,
It. Renton Illnif, Mrs. C F. Herri
man, M. A. Horrlnmn, W. II. Hodg
Lend. Mrs. W. F Holden, L. Honlgs-
Urger. A. G lfulibard. Mrs. Hubbard, ... rnor, ,. circulated about
1 . i.annaw,
likelihood of thli Hume Rule ticket. The svcunil and
ItMid pnl-tles arc the Republlian and
Democrat. Wilcox Is tho head of the
two children nnd maid;
Mrs. Laldlaw. Miss M. Meux, J. Mi
chaels, Mrs. Olsen arm child. Edward
Osbiin, Mrs. Osbun and two chlldron,
M. C. Pacheco, G. Schuman, H.
Schweitzer, J. Searby, 51 rs. Searby,
Chas. Sparvvassor, ur. Tripp, Mm.
mpp. W. W. Tucker, W. T. Veltch,
Opt. T. D. Walker. Miss 0. Whlta
kn. Mrs. 71. P. Wood, Miss Wood,
Alex. Young, Mrs. Young. Miss G. Y.
l'!i.mu. Mr. Plumb, L. J. Pholps.
e- "Is theie nny
Governor Dole replied
' Sam Parker Is a well educated Hn- Home Rule party. lle'Is a good politl
v Mian. All Hawaiian, however, hava clan, but In other things ho Is not v!
n wny of putting (oo much weight on icctlve. Tie has no particular stand
remarks that aro made This Is how'ii.r, oi Infiuciico bnck In Washington.
Sam Sam Parker Is the Republican leader,
I'urker, I surmise. He heard some re- Lclng tho representative of the Nation
port that ho might bo made Governor nl Committee.
end put too much stress on tho remark. i "The Home Rule pnrty has political
H Is a misunderstanding on his part. ' copttol of tho natives. It has a two
I know nothing about his being mado' thirds vote in tbe.0ower House, but In
Governor. I will never resign except the Senate it lacks one of twotlhrds.
on account of 111 health. A year ago Of course, this power Is very cmbar-
I was not feeling very good. I took a rnrslng to my administration, ns tho
vacation In the mountnins for n month Heme Rule Representatives have o-
and returned perfeclly restored In toed many necessary appropriations. I
DniBscIs. May 30. It is said here that
tho Doer delegates In Europe now ad
mit that peace In South Africa has
been secured and thai the settlement
between the Doers and Great Ilrltaln
will bo signed In tho names of tho for
mer citizens of tho two South African
republics who aio now In Europe, in
cluding Kruger, thus preventing the
Irreconcllablcs from continuing n gucr
1 ilia warfare on tho pretext that they
are obeying the orders of the Doer del
egates in Europe.
London, May 30.. The Government
has not jet received the decision from
the Doer conference nt Vereenlglng,
Transvaal, which was expected today
and which was to cnblo Ualfour, tho
Government leader, to make his state
ment concerning peace next Mondny,
A dispatch received from Pretoria
says that the British columns In South
Africa, especially th ecavalry, have
been greatly benefited by their long
rest. All preparations, says tho dis
patch, have been made, and Lord
Kitchener will ugaln take tho field If
there Is any delay In the acceptance of
Great llrltaln's terms by tho Iloers In
the meantime preparations nre being
mado for tho repatriation of tho Iloers
Inn llin tnt-mln.itlnn nf hnRtllttlcH-
Iwiiihp iranlen nnd so many acres of
land to cultivate and they nro to mutii
nil share In the profits.
"In reference to the claims of thobo
wl o lost their property fi the Turning
of certain parts of Honolulu nl the
time of the plague the matter Is In
Hi" hands of a court of elnlms Tbo
tulnl of claims will amount to nboul
fluim.Ono It Is the wish of our peo
pic that Congress should lend us the
money to pay these claims. TTie Unit
ed States was greatly Interested In
tcc-lng that the plaguo was stamped
out, nnd wo think that they should help
us In the matter. All tho people who
I ad their property burned need the
incney hadly and the sooner tho claims
nre nettled the better Tor nfl concern
cd Wo cannot pay the claims, as all
greater and more destructive than nnv
that have yet occurred. The volcano
was again active todn an cxploilon
which took place this morning driv
ing event tho American scientists on
hoard the cruiser Cincinnati.
Robert L Hill the Washington scien
tist concerning whom great fears were
expressed vestcrdav by those whni Justice Galbraith In his concurring
knew that he wai Intending to np- opinion on tho Smith contempt case,
proarb the crater of the volcano Just says.
before the eruption of Mondnv night, I "Tho petitioner was charged and
has returned here. He was less than found guilty of contempt of the Circuit
five miles from the crnter when nn ex- Court of the First Circuit of this Tor-
plosion took place and he was compel- rltory This court cannot In habeas
led to run to save his life. i corpus examine nnd determine whether
Hill's researches have been more or not tho facts were sufficient In our
productive than he had expected Ho ( opinion to constitute the offense or th
authority for th cnssertlon that Mont sentence unduly severe, ns might bo
Polcc Is now ejecting true lava (molten done on nppeal or writ of error If such
rock), matter not unlike that which process were available. The only ques
lovercd Pompeii. This Is the first tlm" tlon presented In this proceeding Is ono
that the production of teal lava li any i 0f Jurisdiction or power of the court to
of the volcanoes In this part of the impose the sentence complained of thn
woild has been noted and the lilghl)
Important fnct may presage terrible remits.
(Continual on pace k.)
3. ; ; s ! : . 4 -t t-frrt st -! $5 4-!- 5-!" f ! t j fs if-t-f
Kilauea Sends Forth Fire
Volcano's Pillar of Flame
To Be Settled
court's Jurisdiction over the subject
matter and the person of the petitioner
being admitted ' In support of iliU ho
quotes tho FuJIharn Oriemon case, mid
"It Is argued with great Industry In
the brief of the petitioner that tho
legislature had the power to define
what shall constitute contempt ot court
and prescribe the punishment In nil
legislative courts and that the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit Is such n
court This position may be admitted,
Tho legislature hns acted on the sub
ject nnd. I may concede, rightfully."
Justice Galbraith quotes Lie penal
law ot contempt, which makes the pen
alty nfter trial hv birv lmnrlsuument
conference ol tho Senntors was not nt liaril labor not exceeding two jeara
completed. Several Senntors had to or Hno not exceeding $500, and pro
attcntl other meetings nnd left early. v Ides for summary punishment for con
such nrocreaa was made, however, tempt ns follows: Supreme Court, not
Washington, May 2S Tho Republi
can members of the Committee on Re
lations with Cuba held a mectlug es '
Urdny, but reached no agreement, Inoi
that Senator Piatt, chairman of th0
more than three months or not exceed-
Kilauea is erupting! , At every port where the Noeau touch-
Tho volcano burst forth at 10 o'clock ed Purser Stlel received news of tho
on the night of Tuesdaj lath tho 3d eruption. After the first report, how
Instant. I ever, there was little to be learned thai
The Noeau, Captain Pcdcrson, of tho was new, for the first report told all
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com-' there was to toll. The time w hlch claps,
puny, which nrrlved In this port ut ed between tho receiving of the first
10.29 o'clock this morning from llama., repot t and tho departure of tho steam
kua ports, brought tho news. cr from Hawaii developed no noticeable
Purser Paul Stlel received Informs- chango In tho behavior of tho volcano,
tlon concerning tho outbreak by tele-, Knrly Wednesday morning, when
phono nt evcrj port touched at by the tho Noeau arrived at Honokaa, thn
Koeau, people aboartl tho Noeau beard that
Thoso aboard the ateamcr wero not Kilauea was erupting,
ablo to seo tho volcano itself, although When the Noeau sailed fiom Houo-
the clouds of smoko by day and tho II- Una on the homeward trip
lumlnnted heavens by night gave them cano was still emitting
ocular proof ot what their eats had smoko. If anything tho
heard over the telephone wire.
smoko and tiro had Increased.
A Good Photograph Does.
Who Is thero that hasn't
looked twice when getting
the first gllmpso of n really
good plcturo? Our photo
I graphs are rapidly working
their wny to popularity.
I Quality Is what pushes thorn
Rice & Perkins
I Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
London, May 31. The Shanghai cor.
lespondent of the Dally Mall cables
that the Doxers nro active In tho prov
Inco of Szechuen. They have warned
the officials of Yangtslen of their In
tention to ettcrmlnato tho foreigners,
nnd they have destroyed tho Catholic
and Protestant churches, killed and
robbed people and aro enrolling mem
bers In overy village. Troops have
hoen dispatched to suppress the rebel-lion.
One or two slight earthquake) shocks
wero felt In tho Hamukiu district In
the last three dajs. Tho first shock
was felt on Tuesday night, shortly be
fore 10 o'clock. This was Just a llttlo
whllo before Kilauea broko loose. Tho
trip. The bea crossing tho channel
both wnjs, was also remarkably
Purser Stlel tried to ring up Man
ager Waldron of tho Volcano House
beforo the Noeau left Hawaii, but tho
wires had become crossed In some way
and It was Impossible to communicate.
Manager Waldron doubtless could glvo
n good description of tho outbreak.
Tho atniosphcic In Honolulu has
been very smoky today. Heavy rain
clouds hang over the, mountains, but
there Is a veil of smoko over the bills
Natives on the waterfront this morn
ing remarked that the sun was un
usually red, long after It had risen.
John Manuka, bontbuy, No 1, said
this morning that ho believed that Ki
lauea had burst forth. This wus at 8
o'clock He was shown to bo correct
when tho Noeau nrrlved ovei two hours
Inter and brought tho new a
I Tho Kluau Is duo from HUo nnd wa
ports about noon tomorrow. She will
canimlt.ee. expressed ,ho belief that .n 5ltt o7l5rotat. Co u'rTnot
un ngrccment would bo obtained at tho, moro tnan tno mon,h8 or not cx(;tPjng
next meeting. jioo. Circuit Judge or Police Justice,
Iho Republican members of tho com. I not more than thirty days or $50; DIs-
Jnlttoo arc agreed on tho proposition 'trict Magistrate, Coroner, etc., not more
to make a reduction of 2o per cent In ,nan tcn "n's or 10- "' ,,le category
the tariff on Cuban Importations, and of acts constituting contempt Is stated,
.. ., . . ., uj uiiuiioiiiiiK uiiiiMUU vi niuiis un ilia
to fix tho tlmo for such reduction nt ,,, or roceenK8 , B pon,,I1(.
live jears, but some of tho Senators .rlal tcrulnc . nrcj(llcc the nubile
teslre to couple with fills n provision respecting the same, and to obstruct
to -o effect Hint none of tho benefits and prevent the administration of Jus-
of tho reduction shall go to nny trust, tlco, or by knowingly publishing an
Others suggest n reciprocal require-1 ,mfnlr rc,l")rt "' lno proceedings of a
ment from Cubt that that country I cour' or n'allc0'"' Invectives against a
. ,,,.,, , , , ., court or Jury tending to bring such
shall model Its labor nnd Immigration court or j,,r or tll0 m,mlnistrallon of
laws In accordance with suggestions jHtlcc, into ridicule, contempt, dls
to bo made by tho United States, lloth credit or odium."
these propositions nre antagonized, I Under this law. Justice, Galbraith
mid It Is not yet ccrtnln whether nnv- sajs, the Circuit courts of this Terrl
thlng will bo done In theso respects, i ,or' nro authorized to punish sum-
Tho present Indication are that tho !""" 'i"80"" a,.1.JIl.",bT,'! f""?' f T.:
, , ., , , . . , , , tempt of court, "It will be observed,
bill which will he reported will pro.,,10 gJJ8 n thg ronm,alon ,thal Bomo
vKle for n straight reduction of 20 per, of tnc actg Bcl out In the statute would
cent to run for flvo jenrs. nnd that
thero will bo few, If any, other proposi
tions In It, It Is now believed tliat all
tho Republican members of tho com
mittee can ngrco on such n measure
Tht Evening Dullotln. 76 cents r-r
be under tho common law direct con
tempt and that others would be In
direct of constructive contempt, but
the legislature In enacting tho statute
did not classify tho offense according
to the common law or otherwise, and I
dispute tho authority of this court to
(Continued on page S.)
I want agents everywhere to take or
ders for my famous Mndo To Older
C-O-R-O-N-A C-O-L-T Shoes. Corona
colt Is a now PATENT LEATHER not
affected by heat or cold, fully GUAR
ANTEED not to crack. Send fi 5J
for sninplo and all Information how to
tnke oiders etc Securo tho first ngen
ej In our locality shoes sell at $3 50
Agents making $50 00 to $100 n week
O IllNTERMEISTER, The Shooniulc
or Fisher Building, Chicago, Illinois,
U. S A.
According to the telephone reports
received by Purser Stlel, Kilauea,
which has been showing signs of an
outbreak for tho last week or two,
suddenly belched forth a column of
Hnmn tn neren thn flpnan lilneknPAS nf
the smoke which for 'days had been secomr Bhock was felt on Wednesday 'probably bring a complete account of
hovering over the crater and which night. tho magnificent spectacle. It Is prob-
veiled tho sun In tho daytime and oh-1 All aboard the Noeau dcclaro that ablo that parties will at onco organize)
scured tho twinkle ot tho stars In tho the sea off tho Hamakua coast was aj to go to Hawaii to sec the splendid
night. I smooth as a mill-pond throughout thn spectacle.
London May 30. Michael Henry
Herbert, who Is nominally secretary
to tho British Embassy at Paris, will
Lrohably be the neixt Rrltlsh Embassa
dor to tho United States In succession
to tho latu Lord Fmiuccfotc.
New York, May 30, S'igar Raw,
steady: Fair refining, 2 7 -8c; centrifu
I gal, 96 test, 3 7-8c. Molasses Sugat,
2 5 8c Refined, steady.
S, S, ALAMEDA, JUNE 10"
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