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VOL. XI. NO. 4205.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII MONDAY, JANUARY, 11, 1900. 10.' PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FREAR'S POSITION OUTLINED
Stay ton's Books
H, P, BALDWIN IS
ATCHERLEY TALKS OF HIS TROUBLES
WASHINGTON, D, C, Jan 11 -Senator Benjamin Tillman in a
impassioned speech today vigorously denied the imputation of Presidcn
Roosevelt that he had committed im uopcr nets. He scored Roosevelt in
picturesque terms. The President his stated that secret service men
found Tillman dangerously near Imp . t r.n in Oregon land frauds.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 11. The House Committee on Nnva!
Affairs today ngiecd to report favorably on a naval program providing
for an aonropriation at this session for two battlcihip3, five destroycrj,
three colliers four submarines, nnu one suo-sunace boat.
The total appropriation for this prcjram amounts to $29,000,000.
WHAT FREAR SAID
DETAIL OF HEARING BEFORE SENATE COMMITTEE ON AMEND-
MENT TO ORGANIC ACT AS PROPOSED BY GOVERN-
OR'S BILL INTRODUCED BY SENATOR
Assistant I'ostmnster 8la(on,
wlio was arrcste- tlio other day
y Ml ll serums iii;iik( ni.ij iiuiu iw ti
T laro HUH IIUMU MTlllllH enurKes, X
na It Is Intimated friim tho author-
UIoh that thu iixnmlnatlon of tlio t
lining man's hon:a In tlm ulllcu -f
f dii not show anything In Ills lav- '
fir, anil, as n matter nf Ijct.
iiuil.o tliliiRM look rather bad for
lie U now (ml mi lioiul (if
SHUo.). .U many friend In tlio
city weie ns(nul:icii at his nr- 1
lest, iih Iim always bine an excel
lent name, and It Ih ex cried that
nmi o surprising deul(iiine:itH
f will ccihie.
The printed lepnrl of the hearing oil for medicinal hips only. Will you
the ntiiuidmenU to the Organic Act l.lndly tell mi what, in otir opinion,
piiipofnl hy (lowinoi- Trear (Mine In li the iicicsslt), f any at nil, for
tlm last mall mid will he inildhhed III Mich legislation aa In li thin hill pro
iletalt by lids piper. 'I lie slcnogiaphlc i(.Ked?
riciuil follows: I (loernor Kiear Theie In n cou-
I'rlday, I)e. II, 1 SKIS. !rldcialile Chttioo poptltat lint In llu-
Vltrt fflllltllllt.il. till f 111 111!?!!! 11. til. tLflll wit t.tll lltttllfllll V In t(l Hfllllit ItV-
I'lcieiit, SmiatorH I'orukpr (chair- lunt, addicted tu tlio opium habit. !
in. in), 1'llnt, l'llc, Warner, mid and tliiounti that the lialilt haa heen
Jllllon. iiprendliiK Home what iiiiuiiik ol hel
lion. Walter T. 1'iear, governor of (I.ikhch of tlio population, paitleular
the Tenltory of Hawaii; Hon. Jonah ly ninoni; I lie native tlmvnllahx, Any
K. Kal.inlaiianle, Delegate In Con-. IlilnR of that ni'l U very apt to
Kteix fiom Hie Tenltory of Hawaii, npicml lapldly nmoiiK that vIiihh of
nml .Mr. Ccorcu II. Mitjlellaii, iiecn1- people and at thu Hanm tlmu iioe
tary to the Delegate, appealed. moat dlsantioiiM.
Statement of Governor The Clitilintnti Ynu would recom
Walter F. Frear "'end tlio paaalni; of thla hill, then?
The Clialiiuan (Senator Ko raker) I Coventor Krear I should, ' moat
CoMMiior, while the (onimtttru mo decidedly. I might add that the hah
Kathi'ilng, I will uhI you some (pies-III haa xpread vome niiiniiR tliuvvlilte,
lloiiu about the bill (U. 70311) Hi hut of unime that lit not bo open,
piolilhlt liiiioit itluu of oiltiui Into The Chtilrmliii Hut Hie habit la
Hawaii except hy Hie (iuwrniiifiit (Continued on Page 3)
Land Prices Shoot
Sky-ward At Auction
COMING OF BOOKS
IS HJF STORM
Captain Black Predicts
That property v.iluea In Honolulu
are on the boom wiih evidenced by the
HitrprlHttigly IiIkIi valuea Hint wore
paid for tlio Alowa HelghtH IoIh, koIi!
at auction hy Land Conuuboiloner
1'intt thla iniiiiiliig. HIildliiK was keen
er than ban over before beet) known,
am! tlio prlcca of nil the loin, with thu
Area Price Price
Lot 81 1.2U ncrca Sa2.'t SlOlin
l.oi G3 80 acres 1C0 -ISO
Lot CI 1.21 ncies 180 r.25
Lot CO 1.13 acres 170 G30
!.(il 30 1.97 acres 123 270
Lot 32 2.00 acres ISO 2.13
Lot 31 1.75 acres HO 230
Lot 29 1.78 acrca 1D0 210
Lot 28 1.93 acres 123 150
Lot 27 1.70 acres 100 ml
Lo. 26. ; 1,74 ncies 150 ' 1S7
Lot 19 1.58 ncies 125 127
Lot Hi 1.C9 acres 170 215
Lot 15 1.77 acrcB 180 325
Land Commissioner I'ratt gives as
thu reason for this, tlio lioom in prop
erty values, especially in tlio residence
district of Honolulu The first lot auc
tioned (jff, thu upset prlco being $325,
was sold for $1005.
Tlio following are tlio lots sold, the
aiea, thu prices paid bud tlio liujers:
It. II. Leach
Mrs. Kva llowen
II. M. Mix
John 1 1 od sou
Walter II. Jnrrctt
A. II. II. Vlorra
Mrs. C. Katou
M. S. I luminal)
Wilson Bros, and Cluett
Two of the best and most reliable brands of shirts
made today, Stop and take a look at them. Handsome
Patterns, Finest Material, Big Variety,
Captain Dint k. the elcrnn skip
per, who Is regatded as one of tlio
iiiost wvather-wlso men In the .Isl
unds, predicts (lie coming' of n heavy
ttoutli-wcstcrly storm, probalily such
u one as Hawaii luckily sees only
once In n decade or even less fre
quently. "Tlio gooncys have come," said the
Captain, "Lots of them were seen lit
Wnlklkl yesterday, nnd they only
como south of tlio tblrtetli degree
when there Is a heavy south wester
coming. The lust tlmo I recollect
seeing them hole was In 1888, Just
before tlio famous big Kona storm."
Although tlio Komi wind which
has been prevailing for some time,
bus not done tmiih damage In tlio
outer dlstilcts, It is generally ex
pected that something worse will bo
experienced during thu next few
According to the weather observer,
it Is to bo surmised thu' the kona has
been felt more seercly on Hawaii
than here. Unless tlio conditions
change for the better, the genuine
kona will bring heavy ioIiib, strong
wind, nnd Hoods, which will keep tlio
employes of the load department
busy for some time.
No reports of material dnmaFo
have been received from the outsldo
districts. Tho railroads are reported
safe nnd undamaged. The telephone
and electric wires are in position.
Will be our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
The Kasli Co., Ltd.,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
Consider the advisability of
making out a will NOW.
Think of the necessity of leav
ing an "iron-bound" will
one that not even the clever
est lawyer can smash.
Our business is to draw up
wills in proper legal form. We
do it free of charge, if mado
one of the executors.
023 FORT ST.
;M-- ll .
H. P. BAL
K II. P Ilnldwln Is sorloU9l III with
nppendlcitls, A wireless was tccoiv
cd from Maui this inornln, tolling
of bis serious condition nnd culling
for n surgeon. Within a short spneo
of time tho Inter-Island steamer Hcl
cue, specially chartered for the pur
pose, steamed out of tho harbor, car
rying Dr. Judd to Knhiilul.
Thowlreless did not stato how Be-
lous Mr. llald win's condition la, but
Dr. Judd went prepared to perforin
nil operation, should such u thing be
Just ns swm as tho message, tell
ing of Mr. llaldw Ill's Illness, was re
ceived, tlio luter-lslund offices wcro
communicated with. Preparations
wero at onca made to put the Ilelcuu
to sea, and by tlio tlmo tho physician
reached the wharf tlio ship was ready.
As quickly as Dr. Judd got on
board the Hcleno cast off her shoro
lines, mid a few minutes later she
was fighting her way out of the
channel in the teeth of tho konn
storm that tbiow clouds of spray
Considerable worry Is felt regard
ing Mr. llnldwln's condition. Ills
ago makes hln trouble more pcrlnus
than it would bo for a younger man,
and u lepnrt from Dr. Judd Is lielnll
lug. Information lo that effect
Just been received here.
tin severe wns tho storm that tlio
captain of tho big ship did not dare to
remain la the hnrbor, so ho put out to
sei. preferring to battle with tho ele
ments In thu open. The report hull
cntcs that the storm has raged along
the eastern coast of Maul with unusual
fury, and It Is feared that somo of tho
mnitll craft may have suffered Injurfy
If not actually havo como to grief,
No daningu h.-s born reported nlong
tint waterfront hero, though sovoral
small craft havo had narrow escapes.
Dozens of row boatB broke adrift.
but us far as is known, nothing has
been Inst. Tho Japaneso lUhernien
did not attempt to go outsldo today.
nnd there mo thlity-clght sampans tied
up under tho lea of tlio naval wharf.
Tlio Kronen ship Thiers, which la
anchored just bovond tlio light house,
on the far sldo of tho reef, pitched
around In a lively manner, and at one
tlmo tlio report was current along tho
waterfront that sho nas drifting onto
the rocks. It proved to bo without
SIM DRIVES TEXAN
Stormy weather rorced tlio lilg
American-Hawaiian freighter Texan
to lenvo tho Knhulul harbor tills miirii-
Turkish Nougat, Cocoanut
Loaf, Almond nnd Hazel Nut
Fudge, :: :: :. :: ::
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ CAFE.
Miss I.cnkn's Class In tho Psychol
ogy of William James will begin
January 20th. at 10:30 n. m., at tho
residence of Mr. J. M. Dowsett, l'u
nnlioii street, botween Wilder and
Ilerotunlu uvciiuch, and tlio Art Class
will begin January 22d, at 3:30 p.
111., lit the residence of Mrs. ,C. II.
Wood, Thurston iivenuo.
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should have
A Little of Yours.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.)
And Earl Opens
MESSINA, Sici, Jan. 11. Recurring shocks of earthquake accom-
jianied by a severe storm have desticyed the temporary shelters erected
and a part of the dock on which supplies had been landed.
An immense fissure has been discovered in the earth near Qianne.
FOUR DIE ON 0UILL0TINE
BETHUNE, Pas-de-Calais, France, Jan. 11. Four murderers were
put to death by the guillotine today.
CONSTRUCTOR EVANS DIVORCED
MARE ISLAND, Calif., Jan. 11. Naval Constructor Evans was to
day granted a divorce from his wife.
WORK of GOVERN!)
IN CAPIJOL iCITY
SOME CHANGES IN AMENDMENTS TO ORGANIC ACT, WHICH ACT
FOR BETTERMENT OF TERRITORY USELESS TO IN
TRODUCE IMMIGRATION BILL THIS SES- 1
Acting Oovornor Mott-Smlth hus re
ceived several Interesting letters from
Oovornor Krear. Tho first one, dated
December 21, states that thu Federal
appropriation for leprosy can bu used
fur tho Investigation and research
work on tho Island of Oahu, hut can
not ho expended in constructing a
building for a laboratory
In tho (lovernor's amendments to
tlio Organic Act bo refers to u certain
Commission's report in relation to tho
exclusion of certain Federal statutes
from applying to Hawaii. Tho Com
missioners report section hus now
been changed to road tho "Sections
from tho llovtsed Statutes," which r
cite in detail tlio different provision
which nro mentioned.
This Act has been ulrcad) subml
ted, but slnco thu hearing tho (lovcrii
or has suggested another amendment
wllti relntlon to the publication of tli
notices of land sales, to tho effect thin
notice of Bales must be published In .
newspaper thirty davs before tho sale
I'ubllc notice Is all tlia.t Is required at
tho present tlmo.
Another important amendment hu"
hern Introduced to thu effect that m
exchange of public land Involving mort
(Continued on Page 3)
A Shoe for
NO RUBBERS NEEDED.
This new boot, the latest addition
to our stock, is one that will meet
the needs of the man who does lots of
walking and is troubled with partic
ularly sensitive feet.
The "CAMBRIDGE" is made of
soft black vici kid has a double
sole, broad toe, and low heel,
It has a distinctive style, and is
altogether a good-looking, sensible
shoe. No. 523, Price $5.00.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.