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EVKN1NU 1IULLHT1N, HONOLULU, T II., WUDNU3DAY, Al'ltILM,' 19UIS.'
Rose Croix Regular 5 p, m.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Alt visiting members of taa
rder are cordially Invited to at
lead meeting! of local lodge.
4IARM0NY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
V rieeU every Monday evening at 7:30
I O. O. F. Hall, Fort street.
K. R. IIF.NDRY. Secretary.
' ELMHIl R. SCHWARZUKRO, N. 0.
5 All Tltltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
v Moots rvery Tuesday evening nt
-7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, King
street. Visiting brottieni cordially In
cited to attend.
kte, O. J. WIIITRHRAT), C.C.
W i uvirimnM r i a
. . iim.i'iiu.i, .inu,
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots every 1'rlday evening nt
K, I'. Hall. King street, nt 7:::o. Mom-
tiers of Mystic l.ni1gc. No. 2. vm. Mc
Klnley Lodge. No. R. nnd visiting
brothers cordially InUtcil. .,
C. M. wiiiti:, C. C.
a. s. ki:nvay, K.11.S.
HONOLULU LODQE 618, D. P. O. E.
f Honolulu Lodge No. C16, Ti. P. O. E.,
J. irlll meet In their new ball, on Miller
f and. Beretanla strceti, evory Ftlday
J By order of the B. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
OBO. H. ANQUS, E.R.
iWm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
f Meets every Saturday evening at
17:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hnll, King
Sstreet. Visiting brothers cordially In-
fvl' to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
- K. A. JACOIISON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4lh WKDNI2S-
JDAY ovenlngs of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King street.
f Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. SAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
Jv, II. T. MOOHE. W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first nnd third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' Building, Fort Street, at
f:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
U desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
jlO'JET CAMOES No, 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
tach month at 7:30 p. ra., In San An
talo Hall, Vineyard street.
,,,rVltltlng brothers cordially Invited
A. K. VIERRA. C It..
M. C, PACIIECO, F. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No, 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second nnd fourth
FRIDAY or each month, In I. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. C. McCOY. Sachem.
A. E. MURl'IIY, C. of 11.
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ir-y Carriages meet rJI steamers. Com-
. atent drivers, reasonable rates, lw
Cohlcles and live stock.
CiThe Weekly Edltloi. of the Kvenlng
Jliilletln give a complete summary or
the news of the day,
.fcdfeft -AW r jiii,.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Bottled and in Bulk
Hoffsclilaeger Go,, Lid.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
Why not buy
the best lumber?
Bulldlng-tlme Is here again and you
are probably pondering over the ques
tion of lumber. It vvill pay you to get
the best lumber possible for building
your house the kind that will stand
wear and tear. We are exceptionally
well stocked this season and are In a
position to supply the best at the low
est prices. Let us figure on your spec
ifications. WE CAN SAVE YOU
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Managtr
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castl Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
A cent i for
Hawaiian Commercial A 8ugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment of
AT 1W8-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTCLL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
GAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS,
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE 80LICITED.
Ordera delivered 'to all parts of city,
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union 8L nr. Hotel
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALING?
FRESH THREE DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread sold
Blank books of nil sortH, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin 1'ub.
4- JM' A Bulletin want ad. costs 4
15 per "n 'or one Insertion,
cr 30c ,lne 'or one wk
line Is about six words big. An
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may
4 easily do a Hundred Dollars' 4
4 of work. B
4 ZM 5000 PEOPLE READ 4
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Wblto steam nutos. Stockyds stable.
Captain nnd Mrs, Nllilnck sail on the
Jnc I'uhen may come home on tin:
Coptic. April 7.
riio Hoard of Ilcnlth meets nt J
nYluck this uflcruooii.
Try ono of those delicious hot sup
pers at thu Cobweb Cafe.
'I he ship Klwell from l'ort Hadloclt
ntrhed nl Lnhnlna Inst week.
Sam Ontdliui was held nt the police
station liiKt ulyht for Invratlgnttun.
The ship Emily I'. Whitney nrrlvei)
nt Maknweli from Honolulu lust Moti
rarlllc Lodge holds n special meeting
this eu'iilng with work In tho second
Ik .1.. f...nl.l.n.l Knn h. .l.A linn.
IM'Uliy 111! III9IIU1I 1UU1IIH ill. ill" lujn
ular. (I. J1.D0 nnd U per week. 1213
The regular I-'rlday sale at Morgan's
will he Just :u interesting to joii ns
the last one.
A ladles gold wntch ntnl chain has
been lost, ltewnrd for return of snnin
to this oirice.
.Miller the restaurant man will lent,
for tint Coast on the Houomn, Ho may
loi-nto In Alnska.
Order n nlco broiler, fresh Island
liccf and vcul nt ltaymond ltaucli Mar
kit, telcphono CI.
1'anslcH nt 7S cents n box. strong
plants In bloom now, arc offered for
sale. Hce nd this Isiue.
Itev. J. W. Wndman will deliver tlin
nddrcss for men at the uoouday scrvlco
in the Young block today.
The Daughtcra of Hawaii will hold a
meeting at Mrs. Coney's on lllcliardi
Btrctt, Thursday morning.
l'io thousand hags oi Kcknhn sugnr
wore liiought by the Rtenmer Mlknliuhi
from Kitunl ports this morning.
Chlto has been sentenced to ninety
days In Jail by Judge Whitney for as
sault nnd battery on it Jnpanese.
The annual meeting of tho Anti
saloon League will be held In tho Y. M.
C. A. ball, Krlikiy evening, nt 7!30.
The funeral of tho lalo Mrs. II. W.
Schmidt was held from tho (lerma.n
Lutheran church ycntcrdny afternoon.
The Odd Fellows nnd llebcknliH will
start on their .ounch rldo l-'rldny even
ing from lllshop slip, fool of Alnkca
The Ilooln nnd Hnoulti Lahul held
their monthly meeting at Knplolanl
Maternity Home at 10 o clock this
You will need new tablo linen for
Easter nnd will do well to tako ndvaut
ago of tho bargains offered at lllom's
grent hnlf-prlre sale.
Deputy United States Marslml Hoe
nltz left yesterday for Kawalhae on
business connected with tho Wells post
olllco embezzlement case.
About CfiOO lineal feet of Douglas Cr
piling will bo sold at auction by Mor
gan Thursday, April G. at 122 noon, nt
bench near railway wharf.
It can rnln for n month on an Iron
root coated with "Arabic," without tho
slightest traco of rust occurring. Cal
ifornia Feed Co., agentn.
Wc are exceptionally well stocked
with lumber this season nnd nre In u
position to supply the best nt tho low
est prices. Lowers & Cooke.
Jubilee Incubators. Tho business
machine Hot water system, not hot
air. Sco them beforo buying. M. W.
.MiChcMicy & Sou's, Ltd., iigcnts, Queen
Tho Integrity of your valuables Is ab
solutely nssurcd when they nre placed
In a box In our safe-deposit tnult. Tin)
rent Is only " per year and up. Ha
waiian Trust Co.
Tho wedding of Mr. Oeorgo Cooke
nnd Miss Sophlo Judd will take plate
this evening at Central Union church
A reception follows nt the Judd home
In Nuniinu street.
Herman Krcugcr, who bought Into
Nulte's restaurant, has turned over Ills
Interest lo his I rother, Frank Kreuger,
and will shortly leave the Islands for
tho bcuellt of .his health.
A meeting of tho Daughters of Ha
waii will bo held nt tho residence of
Mrs, Coney, ltlchnrds street, tomonow
mninlng nt 10 o'clock. All members
nre reiitested to bo present.
The label on H. & W. canned goods Is
ns Insurance policy protecting you to
tlin fullest extent ngainst disappoint
ment. And there is no premium
ihniued. Henry May & Co.
At St. Andrew '8 Cnthedrnl tonight nt
7:30 the fifth of the United Lenten
services with addresses by laymen will
be held. The subject will ho: "K'.ntcs-'
innnshlp end Illghtcousncss."
Tho ladles of llio Alexander House,
Wnltuku, Maui, will l.c at homo to re
ceive callers on the afternoon of April
Hi from 3 to ft o'clotk, instead of on tho
second Monday of the month us Ib cub
tomnry, Last Monday in attempting a landing
nt Niihlku nua of the boats of th
steamer Clniullne containing n load of
freight was swamped. Ono of tho crew
wus Injured nnd brought buck to tlila
port this morning by the Claiidliio nnd
put in the hospital,
Whllo making tho wharf today the
Koolnu steamer J. A. Cummins collided
with the Kauai packet Mlkaliala. Cap
tain Gregory of tho Mlkahnla claims to
have had tho right of wny nnd to hav
klOundod the proper slgnuls. two wills
ties. Tho damage to tho J. A. cum'
mlns consists of a smashed boat val
uel nt about $200.
Tho Honolulu I'liofo-Supply Co,
makes a speclulty of enlargements from
small Kodak films, presenting an en
lurgement-that is fully ns clear, dis
tinct nnd sharp as tho original. Pic
tures thus obtained are suitable for
framing for they look better than the,
original from an artistic standpoint.
Tho enlargement mny bn had either In
blade and white or sepia, It will pay
amateur photographcis to hnvo their
choicest Dims enlarged. Tho cost Is
AiAAWtsAjfcUuri j,( tjiv .AJL.ta.i, jaj t J,htMf vJ&iikJftiJttTlm
may mean something for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
skill, knowledge, and fitness of tho
Our 'examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and,
back of all, we have adequate knowl
edge of the eye and Its needs.
A. N. 8ANFORD
oston Building, Fort St,
. , over May A. Ca.
H. E. MEtNDRICK
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDO.. 176-180 KINO ST.
Mnioclntrd Vrctt RiKcInt Cable)
Chicago, April 3. The proposition
that tho city take over and operate tho
stred rnllwuy wan defeated, l.nklin
10,000 votes of the number necessary to
Tho Itcpuhllcans elected a majority
of the city cifunillmen.
Kansas City Republicans
(At$octateil Prat fi)tecM Cahlf)
Kansas City, Missouri, April 3. Tim
Republicans hao elected their Mayoi
by a majority of lEUr.
f.Utoclflfcit Prett tfprclnl Cabli1)
Milwaukee. Wis.. April 3. The lie.
publicans elected their Mayor by a mu
jorlty of 1000.
f.tntoclnlrd Prff Fprclal Ctilitr)
Tncoinn, Wash.. April 3. The Demo
crats elected their .Maor by a major
Ity of S00.
Dowie Will Fight
(AmncUilcil Prciu Htrclnl Callc)
Chicago, April 3. Dowlo has tele
graphed that he Intends to return from
Jamaica nnd light for thu control of
Dowlo was recently deposed by for
mal vote from the leadership of tho
church organization that 'he had
lonneil, his wife and son Joining In tho
uct of deposition.
The Russian Elections
(Aitnchtctl 7'rCj Hptchtl Cnble)
8t. rctcishurg, April 3. Returns
fiom Monday's elections for thu Don
lull show thut tho (.'(institutional Dem
ocrats curried all tho districts In this
city, and thnt they will have a working
majority in the rarllumcnt.
Hearst J3H1 Killed
(Anoclnlcil PrciH Riwclul Cable)
Albany, Now York, April 3. Tho As.
semhty has killed tho Hearst hill pro
viding for n recount of tho votes cuM
In tho recont election for Mayor of New
Tlin Hawaiian 'band gives a public
moonlight concert this evening nt 7:110
o'clock, at Aula park, nft follows:
March "The Victor" , Pryor
Overture "I'oet nnd Peasant".. Bujipo
Intermezzo "The Feather Queen"..
Belcctlon "Prince of Pllsen"...I.Hilcr
Vocal Hawaiian Bongs,. .Ar. by Ilergcr
Mrs. N. Alaii.il,
Selection "Tho Musical Star"...0'IInr
Wall z "Tho Filipinos" Cnstro
l-'limle "Huppy Heinle," Ijlmpo
"The Btnr Spangled Manner."
C. M. Daniels tho crack New York
Athletic Club swimmer, has been at
Ms old tricks breaking records, lis
lecently wnm 100 yards In SG seconds
inil tho CO yards In 25 -IS seconds.
sjy Fine Job Printing at 'the Bul
rt.,M.jw-..-wji. ..t.jiwi i, bhrnttiw ft
To Bool Lovers
We 'beg to announce the arrival of
many new sets of fine books In very
handsome bindings. Any one stt will
make a valuable addition to a library.
Among the authors represented are
Thackeray Lamb v
Jefferson and others.
Gill and sec them at
Wm. C. Lyon Co,,
, LIMITED, j
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
Entrance on Hotel street.
SAFES, IRON FENCE
(Continued from I'arc 1.)
fer him any Inducement to confess.
John Awai, also n guard, testified In
about the sumo manner.
Sheriff Drown said that ho saw John
son In the Jail twiio on Thursday, Ho
wait with Doylo at tho time. Thoy had
a llM'iulnuto talk with tho defcndanL
He did not think It possible that l)oyl
could have seen tho prisoner alone. No
promise of reward was offered John
son; neither wns liejnanhandled. No
electric batteries wero used.
Johnson wus asked several times to
tell tho truth about tho matter. Ha
kept repeating that bo did 'not do It,
No Inducements wero offered, lla
made no confession to Drown until ni
ter thu tlmo when ho had confessed to
Harrison nsked to have Doylo called.
but the prosecution Informed him that
Do) I e was at Kahuku.
At this point tho Jury was .called
linnl Infn wttit nirnlti nMit llfifrlann
fmado his objection to tho Introduction
i nr II, f-fitirosulim tin llni urnnniU Hint
of the confession on thu grounds thnt
Doyle s testimony In regard to it had
not been heard. Tho objection wna
Cox then went on to testify about
tho confession Johnson made to him
about ns follows:
' "Johnson was on tho floor. I was
standing. Johnson was praying: 'Oh,
God, help me; Oh: (lod, help mo!" 1
asked him what was tho matter with
htm. He said ho had something in hi
mind. After wnrnlng him about hi
rights, I said: 'Now, what Ib tho mat
ter:' "Jchnson said: 'I killed tho boy.'
"I asked: 'How did you kill tho boy?'
"Ho said ho did it with his pocket
"I asked him: 'Why did you kill
"Ho Bald: 'I don't know; (lod knows.
"I said: 'What tlmo did you kill
"Ho answered: 'Between ten and
Cox went on to tell about tho 'full
conlesslon which Johnson made to
Sheriff Drown and Chester Doylo on
the same day. Doylo sat at a table
writing. Drown did tho questioning.
Ill own asked Johnson: "What did
you tell tho Deputy Sheriff?"
Johnson answered: "1 told him that
I killed tho boy."
Cox then testified thnt the conversa
tion between Drawn and the defendant
was reduced to writing at the tlmo by
Chester Doyle. It was lead aloud to
tho defendant, who Bald It was correct.
Roth Drown and Doyle signed tho pa
per, Piossor handed the written confes
sion to Cox, who Identified It, lla then
tcutlllcd from memory with regard to
Johnson's confession, which was pub
lished verbatim in tho Dullcttn last
WednOBday when Attorney (leneral
Potem lead It to tho Jury In his open
Cox also stated that after Johnson
had in Rile his confession, tho knife,
which had been Inund In his posses
t-loii, wns shown to him. Johnson said
that tho knlfd was his. Tho hole In
tho child's head had been mado with
tho Lutt end of tho knlfo. Ho took tho
knlfr- and showed tho officers how ha
had llano (, Tho blood-stained cloth'
Ing had nlso been shown to Johnson,
ahd ho Identified them as his own.
After tho Inquest Johnson was taken
to tho Wharton premises by Doyle,
Drown nnd tho witness. Ho led them
along tho path by which ho had led
the child to its death. Ho also gavo a
dctelled demonstration of how ho kill
ed tho boy. also Illustrating tho malt'
ner in which he had cut up tho body
nnd how ho bad hurled tnoiremalns.
Sheriff Drown was called and testl
del to tho samo facts as Cox. Ho ulso
identified tho written copy which
Doyle had mado of the confession.
Prosper asked permission to file tho
document In evidence, 'which was dono,
Harrison declining to offer nny objec
tion. The document, besides tho part
which was rend hy Peters to tho jury,
J1 Ufa A,
I contains tho following Intorcstlng.roc-ord.
"Drown : 'Why Is It you tell trie tho
whole truth now!' i
"Johnson; 'MV reason Is because. I
feel so bad about it. 1 want to tell tho'
truth, no I may be forgiven, and I. kill
ed that boy, tho oldest son of Henry
"Drown shows the knife to Johnson.
"Johnson: 'That Is my knife, nnd tho
one 1 killed nnd cut up the boy with.
I can't read or anything. I nm a sail
or. " 'I took tho pants and threw them
away, I took all the clothes off so I
could cut up his body good.' "
After tho confession hnd been offer
ed in evidence, rrosser announced that
the ense of the prosecution wns closed.
Harrison Raid that ho would be rendy
to start with tho defenso at 2 o'clock.
Ho wanted to cnll Henry Wharton to
testify In regard to Johnson's behavior
during tho two or thrco months preced
ing tho murder, nnd would probably
also cnll Drown and Cot, Tho rest of
tho witnesses would not bo ready be
fore tomorrow morning.
(Continued from Vote 1.)
thorltles In Washington and secure ao
Hon. Finally, urged by -those Interested,
and undoubtedly spurred on by tne
Bulletin's request for a policy that
should be free from politics, free from
alleged plantation ''whipping'' folly,
the Acting Qovernor 'on March 30th
forwarded a cablegram. to Comml'ilon
erSaraent, asking regarding the action
Of the Department on the Stackabl
The response was received yesteiv
day afternoon, whereupon a meeting
of the Board of Immigration was called
and formal final approval given the se
lection of 8tackable,
Tho action of the 'meeting of March
13th was not secret after the 14th of
March beyond the 'fact that the (Julie.
tin was requested not t publish trie
details until the Treaaury'Department
had been heard from." ' t
Acting' Oovcrnor -Atkinson, upon re
ceiving tho cablo-from Bargent yester
day afternoon, called' tho membors of
tho Territorial lionra of- immigration
together In his olllco 'In tho Capitol.
The meeting occurred shortly attur i
The cable received from Bargent
rend: "Washington, D. C, April 3.
Atkinson, Honolulu: a ranted. (Sign
ed) Sargent,'' This was In reply to
Atkinson's cable to Sargont March 30,
caying: "Has leave been obtained for
StnckahleT Cablo reply.'!
' Present at yostcrday'suhcotlng wero
Acting Governor Atkinson. Commis
sioners Cookej Craig and Garden and
Commissioner Tcsncy was busy and
could not attend, Tho Acting Govern'
or, chairman of tho Hoard, suggested
ho reading of the minutes of tho meet
ing of March 13, which wero ns fol
lows: Minutes of Bpcclal meeting of tho J
Hoard of Immigration held at tlia of-
i"'''0 ,f Alexander & llaldwln, Tuesday,
I ,Brc" ,3t"' Ot 1 p. m.
Present: A. I.. C. Atkinson In tho
chair; J. II. Craig, J. J. Curdcn, i:. D.
Tennoyj J. P. Cooko,
The reading of tho minutes of tho
provlous meeting wero postponed.
It wns moved by Mr. Tenney and
Seconded by Mr. Cardcn that tho Su
perintendent of Immigration bo re
quested to enter Into negotiations with
Mr. E. R. Stackabla for the purposa
of ascertaining whether ho could se
cure a leave of absenco qf from five
to six months so ns to enable htm to
tako chargo of tho proposed European
Immigration as special agent of thl
And further, that tho draft of lcttoi
as submitted by tho Secretary bo au
tborlzed as follows:
"Honolulu, T. II., March 13, 1900.
"Hon. IS. It. Stackable, Collector o!
"Dear Sir: In looking for a mnu to
Inaugursta European Immigration, un
der tho auspices of this board, wo have
fixed upon you as the one best ouull
fled lu every wny to take up this work.
We would like to ask whether It would
be posslblo for you tb secure a leavv
of absence for llva or six months far
tho purposa of acting ns ngent. with
full nuthurity, for our Hoard, of Immi
gration, you understand that ilia
work luolved would bo very illfllcult.
It would necessitate, your going to
Washington: afterwards to Huropo,
nnd eventually cither to tho Azoro Is
lands or to Northern Italy. You would
have full charge of all plans for io
crultlng Kuropcan Immigrants (or Ha
waii. It would also he necessary for
you to make nil transportation arrange
ments. We think It would require at
least six montbB to Inaugurate this
work properly. The task Is not a pleas
ant one and wo nro qulto uwuro that It
would be taken up by you nt great per
sonul sacrlflc. Wo mako bold to nsk
you because of your undoubted fitness
for the position and because of tho I co
ord you have mado for yourself In this
icrritory in getting tilings uonc.
"We can say further that, In our
opinion, there Is no greater work to be
accomplished In this Territory, than
this European Immigration. If suc
cessfully carried out, it XII ha a long
step toward Americanizing Hawaii.
"Wo sincerely hope that this propo
sltlon will mret with "y6nr approval
and that you will do your best to ob
tain a leave of absenco for five or six
months so ns to leave you free to take
Tho motion wns carried unanimous
There being no further business ,th
J. P. COOKn,
Atkinson said this letter had been
sent to Stackabla and, on tho soma
day, Stackable had written asking
leavo of absence, and ho, Atkinson, had
written Sargent, who had promised hlH
help within tho law, Atkinson told of
his cabling Sargont and of tho reply
Craig moved that a formal tender of
tho appointment bo fuada to Stackabla,
but It was tho understanding that this
had already been dono, that In asking
WORKED 'BY ROtpT
IS II HM
Washington, March li. There Is
more In the visit of Secretary Root to
Rrazll to attend the meeting of the
Pan-American Congress thin summer
than appears upon the surface. The
President has asked that the crack
cruiser Charleston be detnehed from
service and plncqd at the Secretary's
disposal for the trip. Ho will go to
Ilrnzll In state nnd doubtless will be
the dominant factor In the delibera
tions there. None of the represcntn
tivesjn the conference will rank with
Mr, Root and," there' Is no doubt thnt
there are Important reasons Why he
should be there or else the President
would not permit tho detachment of
ills right-hand man for the period that
the trip will embrace.
It Is the President's Intention, In
View of tho close relations between the
lepubllc of Ilrnzll and tho United
Htatcs,' to arr.ingo an Informal, but
none tho less strong, nlllnnco with Ilrn
zll, and to delegate to her tho policy uf
the Monroe doctrine in South America.
Although It has often been alleged
that Ilrnzll acknowledges tho doctrine
under compulsion, it enn bo stated th.it
Druzll, on the contrary, welcomes It, ns
It serves to maintain pence nnd order
In southern latitudes.
Jeav) of ubsenco Stnckablo had accept
ed the mission.
Atkinson said Stackabla would prob
ably hear by tho Alameda that leave
had been granted.
- Cnnlen asked If all had been or
rauged for, Stackahlo's acceptance,
"And will ha accept?" ho added.'
"Wc think ha will,'1 said Cooke.
"Ha will," said Atkinson, "Ho told
J. P. Cooko suggested a meeting
with Stackabla to arrange details,
"You'll not get mo to wrlto'nny mora
letters of Instructions to an ciuoy," lie
said, Atkinson said he had gone Into
that; perhaps Stackablo also would
Ilka to go Into It.
"1 want to report from your commit
tee appointed to confer with tho Plan
ters' Committee oh to tho terms that
would bo given settlers," said Atkin
son, "thut wo hnvo a preliminary drult
of an agreement with tho planters. Mr.
Cooker who has been close to Mr. Glf
fard, of tho Planters' Committee, has
been here with Mr, Glffard alt after
noon, and. wo havo been going over
this matter together.
"It Is In the line of uniform agree
ment from all tho plantations, which
is what wo aro working for. It has
taken hard work by tho Planters' Com
mittee, and Is not completed yet, but
It will servo ns a basis. Wo havo
thought It was best to settle this ba
sis of agreement beforo proceeding
farther. Mr..8tackablo will not bo per
mlttod to go to intending Immigrants
and tell them that they will bo 'given
so' much land If thoy will coma here,
but he should know what can bo, done.
Nor can itho planters entar- Into nn
agreement to glvo so imurh. iltut our
i-eprcsentatlvct can tell Intending I mini"
grants what It will he possible to do
i Craig thought It not advisable, to
mako tho details of tho planters' agree
ment public now, and tho others
agreed with htm. On motion ot'Cralg
It was voted to -Invito Stackablo to an
early conference, or Borlcs of cbnfer-
'encos, nt tlinos to bo arranged hy the
i "I am willing to meet hero tonight
and ovary night until wo accomplish
our desired 'result," said Craig;
There 'was somo discussion 51 tho
planters' agreement nnd Cooko Bald
that this was not so much an Improve
ment over a former agreement,
"It Is nearer In line with a uniform
agreement," snld Atkinson. "Thnt in
what we want. In tho meantime, It Is
well to noto that tlieso statements that
Sro being published to tho effect that
II tho planters havo como In on thu
freehold, plan nre not correct."
a meeting may bo held tomorrow at
which Stackablo will be present.
JURY LAW UNWORKABLE.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Do Dolt asked Cathcart It he did not
consider a box with a partition In It to
be a proper box.
Cathcart said It would not be such :i
box ns was referred to In tho section.
"Hut certainly the law contemplate))
tho drawing of Jurors from spparnlo
lists," said tho Judge, "Cannot th-J
Court obey tho purposa of tho law?"
"Yes, if it could be done without vio
lating tho law," said Cathcart. "llul
you cannot obey ono section without
violating the other. Ono section pro
vides for Beparnte lists of names and
tho other for mixing them up lu ouo
Judgo-Do Dolt had tho clerk produce
tho Jury box, which had been used. It
was a box containing two compart
ments, lu ono of which wero kept tho
names or the grand nnd In the other
the names of the trlnl Jurors.
At this point Judge Perry re-lnforccd
Cathcart. Ho said ho had raised tho
point on Kauai, whero n similar box
wns used. That box was In reality two
boxes, whllo tho law plainly provided
that the names should be mixed.
After considerable further nrgument
tho Court overruled the jilea to Juris
diction. Cathcart nsked that tho ca.o
bo continued until tomorrow In ordr
thnt ho might offer a plea lu abatement
on tho samo grounds. This was grant
ed. Cathcart nlso appeared for Kong
Kuck, charged with assault with a wea
pon and Intent to commit murder. In
this enso he raised the term-lapse ques
tion, claiming that the court rnutil not
lliuve two terms running at onco. He
wns overruled and the drnwliit of ,i
Jury was proceeded with, Tho paint
wag soon exhausted, howaver, and i
special vcnlro for six additional Jurois
had to be Issued;
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