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V01,. XVIII No 3570
12 I'ACii-S-HONOLULU. rKRUITOUY OP HAWAII. FRIDAY. DHOB.MHKK 21 1IMH5-I3 PAGES
PltKJM 5 Oknts
Oriental Citizenship Treated From Bench
All SAIlll 11
BE Pi OFF IE
FIVE MORI: VhSSELS
CHARTERED BY LINE
PREPARATIONS BEING COMPLET
ED FOR OPENING OF SUGAR
TRAFFIC BY TEHUAN
Tim American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company will Inaugurate a new jiul
ley with (lie starting of lln llmi of
steamer lu tlio Tehii.ihleMo Isth
inns. Iliuiiiliilu will Im inailu I ho home
lirt for th I'aelllu Hoot aiul nil the
crews will Ih ialil In this clly. This
means a great ileal In lln merchants
ill this rlly, as In llio neighborhood
nf l?fi.i)ii or year will Im left In
llila vlly by tint men from tho big
steamers. The lliot will bo comiosc
of tin follow In;; vessels: the Texan
Arliinilnii ami Alaskan, of 1 -.'.' ".o c.i
larlty; Ihu Mexican anil Cnliiiiililuti,
of 12,500 caarlty; tlio Cnliroriil.ui, 8
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. .mfu I.Minj Mil' in.illlll.lll, in it, www nillu.
,. -V nnd the Novadun anil Nebraska!!, or
i.uoii tuns, au them) vessels carry
fium ir. tn Co men iipleco ami an 1110
p.iy toll will Im for a round tilp thai
Im, about, two uud. ujmlf monthstlils
will incaii that tlio uverago per mail
tliould roach n i to ulKiut $110 or moro
every llnio tho kIiIi reaches hero.
Another order which has been Is
lined by tlio homo olllco in or Interest
Thin Is to the effect that whenever
feiiiill'H van be purchased nt reaiou
nlilo prices In this rlty It shall be
iloue. That will mean that practically
nil the meats to be used on the ships
iiml a law niimhor or otlioi' supples
will bo brought rrom local sources.
In onler to handle the sugar trade
over the new route the Ameiic.iii-lla
wuliau Company lias chattered five
vessels Tor u) on the Atlantic. These
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Lack Of Funds Prevents
New Cases Being
The Court ot Uuul I legist rat Ion In
It Is completely out or funds for the
trying ol unj new casitt mid tlicie lau
bo nothing done III thai Hue until more
money li upproprlateil by the Leglslu
Inrv, except In cases where tbu poll
Honor puts up the (ash himself.
The failure of the last l-oslslulurc to
appropilate iiioney ciumikIi for the car
rying on or the business or the court Is
thu Icason. The Juilgu or thai iiiurl
asked I4r (lii.iKin. He got $r,0ii. 'lulc
Is all coup now, ami (he mint hus'liier.
compelled Io Biihponil opeiattons, ex
ei'pl In the lases iiii'iitloiied, wheie llm
IH'llltuiior iIIjm down In bin own poil.ot
uml puts up the maximm.
No new e.isei;, tlioiofoi-o, can be taken
tip. (wcopi as above staled The on l
thing tb.it tun bo done with llnin rn
the pri'M'iil Is to llle lln.ni.
Hill llii'ie will b: no delidenry hill
picxeiitoil to the l.e;islatuie for Ibis
Court. That mailer has been ileihleil
Til" i.itlier ciirtoiis iiiudllioii that
now' I'Nlkls would tun ovist If Ihe uniil
umlil (isO lliii money enlUited In o.i.
Tor lis own maintenance, lint tlila -not
nlloucd by law. and n. iiIIIiou!;U
eouslileruble sums u re taken In In nils
wu. they eiilinot bo uo.l.
The inline) Which is lieedod Is thai
incehsary for tlio pavmcul or wiikiV
due examiners of tltleu. uml for hut
wyiim of imiis. elc. The Milurles ot
the JiiiIk, rt'Klslrar, etc.. are provided
for aicordlm; to law.
A Kreat display of tovs mid fumy
;iKid for Christmas ill Kerr's.
SALE OF REAL'LACES AT SACHS'
Ileal Laces at bargain pi Ices will
bo olfoied by tho'Saehs Co. for two
days only, Halunlii) ami Monday
ltoso point Duchess' uml l(onoloii Lace
Collins, lleithiis. Handkerchiefs ami
Luce IMkIuks will all bu on sale This
Is n rare opportunity to secino teal
laces at spcclu! reduction prices for
flMnciifr! IVij FfrUtX Cablcl
OAKLAND. Cat., Dec. 21. The Key
Route has begun the letting ol the
contracts for the construction of a
terminal basin and docks which will
accommodate 223 ships.
(MtoWnffif I'm Sjiirfnl Ciihlel
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab. Dec. 21. -The
death sentence on Murderer Dab
tier has been postponed until Monday
I 8 Commliwlonrr fii. A D.ivls
li-ld court this ntlornnon taking up;
the ense of Yee Ijiu rcRanllni; whose
deportation an InvcstlRatlon I" bclnc
hold The first matter brouelit in the
attention nf the court was the tardiness
of Die United States Attorney, who
entile In torn ml)d rebuke, althotiRli ex
.ludKO fitsiiloy apjicarlnB for Yre Ijiii.
Insisted iiimiu a Ireturc helm; resit
ltrerkons, clalmliiR Unit all were union
able to the same rules.! Wlinl looked
like a storm between tlornf)s was
iilrkl qulPtnl by Jhajpaclflc ullcr
mires ot the Court- Hiuufthe case was
tnken up J
Yee ja Is a i(luilnlutlve Chinese
maldeii whom tlio authorities are Irv
ine; to show is unlawfully In the conn
trv She Is claimed ns his daughter by
Yee Chin, but the, uutborltlos claim she
Is his wife
tiovcral Chinese, witnesses were ex
amined and I .no Joe, the Interpreter,
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f1ncl.itf.t 'rei Sp'okll ''nbUt
RENO, Nev., Dec. 21. A Wells-Far-(jo
box from Tonopah, caid to contain
$20.000., has been stolen from the ex
press office. There are no clues.
ARE RESCUING HICKS
MamchilM I'rrw Special Ciihlrt
DAKERSFIELD, Cat., Dec. 21. L,.
M. Hicks, the miner who lias been Im
prisoned under ninety feet of rock
from a caved-ln tunnel since Dec. 8th,
will be rescued today.
(Jns-ii Chrlstinaii lm will ho ready
for iKC'lnn ai s hi look lomoi'iovr
IMilur i.i i i ,i i ,!u ai Ib'inv May tc
Coi .'.ill in ,v i, .nl Folic I the sle
ititltaldo io voiii mills.
lleaiillful, rrcHh, Kreeu frutf.'int Cal
Morula Xm.is lives Just urilved. A
lliuiled ipi.iutlly onl). ItiiiK us up Im
mediately Dollvorlen made xl oueo.
Lewis & Co., Ihu Hotlil.iv (Ii-ktib .
On New Year's Day
the S. 3. Alameda will arrive at San
Francisco with a consignment of pine
apples and bananas. I
LEAVE ORDER AT WELLS FARGO.
72 KING ST. '
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Dee. 21. A ne
gro named Henry Davis was lynched
here today. His body was riddled with
bullets by a masked mob. He assault
ed a white woman.
Holiday shoes and tdlppciH, all tlio
latest, for men, women ami cliildieii,
Dlatik books of nil sorts, ledcors
etc. manufactured by tbo Uulletln l'uh
iv fri lww i -rzzk -imk. v'm i: uv il-' ir. vrr
vs r-n r '. vii rtfciir jc r
i. "tK "aisA Mil ix.l fV lVT7tijl is
Therc's Something Doing In
LAWYERS ' , "
SUGAR PLANTERS -- '' ' 'i
ETORE MEN '
ID MET MANY
Saw Alexanders. Holt,
Yida, Gunn, Afongs
Outside ol Ills reisirt on labor mat
ters A I. .1 mill, who teliiriied yesivr-
lav lifts r mi elethl moutliH' stav In tin.'
Kui' i:.ist, lias a number of lnten-stiuu
ilatu alsiiit lormir Honolulu eopli,
whom he met at various places In tliv
"I met both old man A folic and Tony
Afoin., Isilb al llouiikiuiu and al Ma-
tao. I visited the old Kontlciuati at hit
place nt .Mai no In .May, ami expect that
I was the last man fiom lluwiill to sue
him before his death. I could see but
very little i limine n him. His half
I'.uil turned while, but othervvlw lie
si-eincil very much us ho was wlic.ii he
lotl Hawaii. 1 spout a voiy ilollulitful
visit with him.
"HiikIi (iuiiii I haw In Yokoliamu, Ho
was about to start fur Mukden, whore
be v.'lll lal.u eiarue of a lari;e IiiihiiI
Ini; and exporting business.
"l.orrln AiidrovvH 1 met in Shanghai.
He tool; me lo ( lit- Mlxisl Court, where
I'lamls M. llrooUs was Jusl then try
Ill!! U e.i"e. U wai. exeeedlniily IllU'l
"II. (JiiHH Holt wiu 111 Honkoiit;.
He Is now S"(oml In cliai'ife Hf the l'.i
clllc Mall steamship ollUo there, and l
doltii; well. He Is. however, very, vly
liomoHicIt for Hawaii.
'Tioil Aleviinder anil bis mother l
Vlsltid 1,1 Yokohama. They lire llvins
111 it very ipinlut lillle Jap.incso house.
TimI O'llrP'ii. wlm was foiiuerly on
Hut Ailvcitlser, and who Is now cdltoi
ol tlio Manila CahlcuuvvH, has koiio tu
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Santa Clans will omo down t'.in
ehliuiiey Ibis eveiiliiR at Kerr's. IIiIiik
ARE BIB OFF
Were Practically Slaves
Of the Government
COME ON ALAMEDA
ARE RETURNING TO AUSTRALIA
AFTER A WORLD TRIP AND
A VISIT TO POPE PIUS
Correct Clotks for Neil
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Write ua NOW for our FnCC MAIIKCT LCTTLR ON
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
8ulte 2-13-2-14 Monadnock Bldg., San Tranclsco.
Members San Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange.
LASTING HOLIDAY GIFTS
BATH ROBES, Men's and Boys'.
NIGHT ROBES, Men's and Roys',
GRAVANETTE RAIN COATS,
PAJAMAS, Men's and Boys'
CWEATERS, Men's and Uoyi',
GOLF JACKETS. ,
SHIRTS, all styles and patterns,
NECKWEAR, all stylet.
HOSIERY, all styles.
.CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPO.
MEN 'II BOYS' and CIIILDREN'0
TUXEDO AND FULL DRUBS 6UITS, lit fact everything you can ask for In our line.
The Kash Company, Limited,
mui'HOHr MAIM 96. COM TOUT AND IIOTfli. OTIHlllTB,
THAT IS THE KIND WE SELL.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS NO WALL ON DISPLAY and III.
eludes a tot of useful Novelties, Including
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS,
RUGS, SHAVING STANDS, PIANO STOOLS, TABLES,
CUHIO CABINETS, CHINA CABINETS, SIDEBOARDS,
BUFI"ETS, and a Large Number of Other Articles.
What has become of the things you gave your friends last
year? Probably they are all broken up by this time. Wh not
give something this ear that WILL NOT BREAK UP, something
which will LA8T and be a CONSTANT REMINDER for a few
years to your Friend or Friends of your good-will?
J. HOPP & CO.
THE PRUDENTIAL Issues policies
from $15 to .$100,000, Hardly any
man's income Is so small but that the
Company can Issue a policy which he
can conveniently carry, and hardly
any one's needs are so exacting but
that they can be filled. Do you know
of any reason, other than physical con
dition, why a person should go with
out life Insurance?
A$trZ - . .
arms Company, Ltd.
mJS' For St. Honolulu
Mining Hie passengers who arrived
on tho steamship Alameda and who
will iJutalli hero till the Sonoma
makes her trip to the Colonies', nru
Hie IllKht Itev 1'. .1. O'Connor uml
tlio ltlKht llev John Dunne, two lite
man Catholic bishops, who am return
ItiK from a trip around Ihu world dor
IllK which they visited Ihu i'opo at
Homo and made slops In' various Ku
Ilishop O'Connor has spent .11 vcurfl
lu his church work In Australia, while
Ids brother bishop bus been there for
3.r, yeats, and Bishop O'Connor stated
that Ihu last time ho visited Honolulu
was IS years ami, ami that lie xx.-ct-id
Io find many Improvements In the
city. He expressed u Kreat deal of
Interest In Ihu news which a Uulletln
li'IKirtcr Kiive him lu roKiiul to thu n
HkIouh troubles In I-'rutice' ami nbout
this matter said:
"Wo have beard no news for thu
last week and or course are not fainll
lar with Ihu conditions which linvu
arisen' lu that time. When wo wove
ill I'Vuiieu thu laws which are now be
lli); enforced vvero belliK passed but
at Dial tlmu (hero had been no ex
Iremo stops taken. I bellevo that ev
erything will conio out better III the
mil than It has been In thu past. In
France thu Church and Statu have aU
vvnys been nulled and It bus boon tlio
soui co of u great deal or trouble. A
priest did not dure tu say what tie
wished for rear that his salary would
bu cut off by thu Governmunt.
"Then men got Into power who wcru
not friendly to thu Church and caused
till this trouble, which you tell mu is
goliiK on now. Thuru Is bound to bo'
moro or less Individual surferlng for
some time, but In thu end I think that
everything will come out better thun
It has been In thu past. Thu Church
will talio up her position by herself
and the priests, who until now havo
been piactlcnlly slaves of tho Cloverm
munt, will bo rreeil or this pownr,
which has restrained them, and will
Isi nlilo to do moro nnd better work
than they over could undor thu o'd
SOUVENIRS AT SACHS'
Handsome painted placipirx will do
given away tomoriow at Hailis' wllh
purchases of (1-00 and upwards.
Music nnd sliming this evening ut
Kerr 's. -
1(15 10VJ IOCS IIIBHOI' UT.
ALEXANDER YOUNO RUILDINO,
Our Shoe Orders
Mnct people are giving practical things these days for Christ.
mas. No more useless glmcracks. Especially Is this true among
those in the same family.
You don't havo to present the shoes themselves unless you
want to. We have "shoo orders" which entitle the bearer to shoes
of any price you designate.
1 A "SHOE ORDER" makes one of the mod sensible gifts ws
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
J 05 J Fort Street
Phone Main 202
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