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Tlio drcsa rehearsal of tlio Pollard
No. 1 Company last evening was giv
en before a fow critics and frlpnds
tot the players, who watched thltt
itfew ventures of tli
in Honolulu delivered daily to
all parts of the city;
The Pond Dairy Tel. 890
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signed by thirty-two citizens of Keka
ho, who should know better, was lire
hcnted thin imiinlng by Knnlho, and al
though iho Speaker ground Ida leetii
nml looked us if ho would liku to
wolld the HlB Slick 111 tlio -vlclnlt :
Iho left ear of the gentleman from Ko
(Continued from Pace I)
fcrrcd, however, lint II typewritten
topics of the two reports can bo
provided fop all of tlio Scnalois.
Tlio Attorney (Jeneral, In compli
ance with a tcsoliitlun passed yester-
lay ! the Upper Chnmlur, submit
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(IIIIUI1 I, J IHU Viuiri ,,m-llfc ' vtt'i
lieso clever pcoplo nro delightful i
rest. Progressing rlo" of Miss E
effect, nnd tlio high mornl standing
of tho pleco Is to the modern nudlciico
both educational and beneficial. Tlio
musical numbers aro so Introduced as
to In no way mar the- continuity and
gems. Tho "Ma Che'
,vjth Intcneo Interest. Progressing rlo" of Mlsa Eva Moore, In tho first
without n hitch, without n single act, is charmingly sung nnd the
prompt, unique in the fact that this 'song and danco of Adn Hind and
company is tho joungost organiza
tion In .Uie world of adult players,
the rehearsal last evening gives pro
mise of a successful season. When
you consldeY-lhat tho oldest raomher
of the companHis hut 23 years of
ago and tho majority still In their
"teens, tho performance of "Tho Char
Ity Hall" as given -.by them is llttlo
short of marvellous.
The play Is modern, of our own
time, nnd tho character so truo to
nnturo that should they Btep from
tho stago and walk our ht recta no
chango from our ovcry-ifty llfo
would bo noticed. Tho pathos nnd
comedy nro so intermingled ln tho
Teddy McNamara, "It's tho Pretty
Thlngn You Say, Hear," has a catchyt
swing to It which Is made tho moit
of by theso clever little artists. Tho
"Merry Widow" waltz effect by Jack
Pollard and Evn Mooro cannot ho
described; it is fascinating, and her
gown I mcro words nro useless. To
sco Eva Pollard hnndllnglong dress
es ns It Blie had always worn them
is a treat, and tho curate of Alt Goul
ding Is a finished performance. If
tho opening presentation on Satur
day evening has nnywhero near tho
perfection of tho rchonrsal, tho play
goers of this city will feel abund
antly repaid for tho interest they
play as to lcavo a lasting, pleasant I hnvo' taken In tho Pollards.
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Honolulu Favorites Had
Pleasant Trip On
When tho Alameda docked this
morning thoro was n big crowd nt tho
wharf to wolcomo tho imnulnr Ellefurd
Company, and each old member wa
received with open arms and covered
Mr. Wyman, Iho gonial mnnager,
called at tho II ul lo tin olllco this
forenoon, nnd ho is surprised at tho
growth of Honolulu nnd ovldcnco of
her prosperity on nil sides. Ho utntex
that every member of tho company Is
looking forward to their engagement
with pleasure Malinger Ellefnrd feels
that with this organization ho Is scud-
lug over tho best pcoplo that have over
appeared under his management In
tho Islands. On their last appearance
two yenrB ago, they broko nil records
for attondnuco and this year should
surpass all previous efforts.
Among tho plays presented during
tho engagement will bo many pleasant
biirprlscs. All of tho bills aro big
royalty productions and will bo pre
sented In tho usual Clleford stylo with
every regard to detnll and scenic of.
fecta. All of tho special scenery which
was used In tho long runs nt Oakland,
San Dlcgo, !.os Angeles nnd Senttlo
Is brought utcr cutiro nnd there aro
over ten tons of It. A big feature will
bo tho specialties, headed by tho won
lUirful Osboru children, Sophto and
Honolulu thcalro goers swear by
Ihcso llttlo tots, nnd thoy will hnvo an
entire now repertoire of sperlaltlos for
this ViiKngcmcnt. Thu company will
not often until .Monday. April 12th, on
account of Iho Lenten services, nnd
tho opening hill, "Pals," Is a comedy
drama that will plenso all classes. Tho
salo of teats opened nt tho Orphciim
box olllco yesterday (mornliir, whero
Ihero was n constant stream o pat
ions for teats. Already, Joo Cohen Is
having n "Standing Ilixim Only" sign
printed for use Monday night.
Messrs. Wider and Kuby nro gel
ting the' reputation of having tho
greatest variety of subjects on their
films nt tho Gem Theater. Mr. Wi
der Is nn old theatrical man nnd
knows what tho public wants.
THE ART THEATER
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WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
"Tho Itag-Plrker's Daughter" is
tho film featured'hy tho Art Thcator
this week and Is a vory goad one,
Manager Lnwson has somo now sur
prises In Btoro for his patrons at tho
closo of tliOjLenten season.
THE SAN FRANCISCO THEATER
Tonight Is Prlzo Night again nt
tills popular open-air theater and be
sides the comic stunts of tlio nma
tours tho excitement of the prizes
will ndd to tho interest.
David Myers, living pear Mount
Vernon, III.,' lias received $35,000
from' detectives, who Investigated
the theft of $53,000 from tho iron
box In Myers' homo six months ngo.
Recently $18,000 was found bulled
on tho farm of a son of Myers,
A. Jacobs, 71 years old, caused i dis
turbance In I .on Angeles by hurling
stnnos nt niitnmnbllo drivers. He told
tho pollco that recently ho bad ills
coat tails lipped off by n flying inn
tlon uto n committee.
Kunlho In picseiitlng tho wondeiful
document failed to explain Just how
it is proposed to accommodate in u
church on a twoncro lot all thoso
"who worship Hod under tne light of
tho sun." Neither did ho mnko any
reference to those, who perform their
dootlons under tho light of tho moon.
A second petition, which wns pre
sented by the Cannon Dull, it not much
of on luipioemcnt ou tho llrst. It
also comes from Kckahn, Kauai, and
prays for the amendment of Chapter H
Section T2 of tho Hcvlscd Laws. One
paragraph of the petition explains that
tho Intention of this petition Is to
glvo Iho pcoplo tho right to elect their
officers, such as tho Supervisor, l)cp
uty Sheriff nnd also thu lload Super
Boxing the Compait,
Freak petitions were tho order of
tho day. As soon as Kanlho's two had
been disposed of Shluglo presented n
third, signed by twenty-nine lesldents
of Mnnoa valley. It reads:
"To Hun. 11. L. Holsteln, Speaker nnd
Member of tho Territory of Ha
waii. "We, tho undersigned petitioners,
being residents and citizens of Mauoa
Oahu, Territory of Haw-all,
"Wo nBkcd the honor of tho Legis
lature for Tcu Thousand Dollars J10,
000 tu havo an East road to meet the
West road starting from tho end of the
It is not often that n bill which
reaches third reading in tho House
falls to pass, most of those that nro
cent to tho crematory being given the
nxo ou second rending, generally by
tho adoption of a committee leport.
lint a bill, tho chances for tho pas
sage of which yesterday appeared
good, was slaughtered this morning,
following nn attack upon It by Castro.
Tho work of thu day was finished
by noon and tho Housu adjourned un
til tomorrow morning.
Hotiso 1)111 29, providing for the
setting apart of tho proceeds of tho
snlo of public lands to bo expended
for tho construction of roads, came
back from tho Senate amended, nnd
tlio llouso voted tu concur lit tho
Tho Public Lands Committee, re
porting on tho petition presented by
Knmanoulii for tho widening of I'nuoa
road from N'uiianu to Fort street ex
tension, stnted that tho road Is In need
of widening. Tho conunltteo recom
mended that tho clerk bo Instructed to
Inform tho Land Commissioner and tho
Superintendent of Public WorkB to at
tend to tho matter.
New "Wireless Bill.
Tho I'lnanco Conunltteo rcimrtcd ou
tho thrco "wireless" bills Introduced
somo timo ngo by Shinglo, and with
tho consent of tho Introducer, recom
mended that tho bills bo tabled In fav
or of a substltulo hill, which upon the
adoption of tho committers report,
was introduced. Tho BUhstltiitu bill
rlmply covers tho substanco of tho
thrco tabled measures, without any
material change. It provides for nn
annual llccnso of $25 to bo paid by nit
companies engaged In tho wireless tel
egraph business, and that no llccnso
shall ho issued unless It shall bo
shown to tho satisfaction of tho Gov
ernor nnd thq Treasurer Hint It Is tho
bona fldo Intention of tho applicant to
cngngo in such business in good faith;
that ho Is prepared to conduct tho bus
iness successfully; that ho will pre
servo secrecy as to nil messages sent
nnd received. Tho lnlatlon of tho
secrecy of wireless messages tho hill
provides a penalty of $50 for each scp
FurUdo's Bill Killed.
IIouso Hill 23, by'Kurtado, provid
ing for tho redemption of real csato
sold under foreclosure of mortgngo or
execution, met with a bitter attack on
tho pnrt of Castro when It was taken
up on third reading, nnd was moa
summarily killed when tho voto wan
taken, tho result standing 21 to 3
against tho passage of tho measure.
Castro In opposing tho bill said that
wero ho looking nt It from tho stand
point of tho financiers, ho might faor
it. Hut looking nt it from tho stand
point of tho poor man, tho measure
wns most iniquitous, and ho could not
glvo It his support.
A number of petitions nnd rcsolu
lions relating to tho leper settlement
wero repotted upon by tho Health mil
Pollco Committee, consequent upon
their trip to Mnloknl. In icgnrd to
tho petition presented by I.lko "for Iho
enactment of a law 'for-tho cost price
nf nrtlclesohl to tho lepers," tho com
mittee was (satisfied that tho goods m
nnvv linlltl- fc-,ll.l fit t.,-.in(ln.,lll, nn.l
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price, tho 10 per cent advance on Ho
rtbo extradition ca6C. Tho report
showed that u total of $009.35 win
pal.l cut, $572.65 being traveling ex
pciuics for Dojlc. nnd $30.82 being
for cable toll?.
rooilio iiiumpiiaiuiy puinieu oui
to Chlllliinworth thai tho hitter's
statement, made jestcrday afternoon,
to the effect that the Government
had been to no expense, was erro
neous. Chllllngworlh responded that
he had been" told, by supposedly good
authority, that tho Japanese Mer
chants' Association hnil borne tho
The bill providing Hint persons In
extremis may be ti cited by anyone
whom they may elect, licensed phy
sician or othciwtsc, proved a greater
hone of contention than nujono had
expected, nnd took up u groat part
of the forenoon.
Coclho, ns chnlrmnu of tho Health
Committee and Introducer of the
bill, wns a warm pnrtlzan, nnd
fought for his pet uicasuie valiantly.
President Smith, distinctly conserva
tive in his belief, opposed the meas
ure ns radical and dangerous.
Medical Bill Fight
Turning the Chair over to the Vlco
President, Senator Smith took tho
lloor nnd argued eloquently ngulmst
the passage of tho bill. Ha express
ed the conviction that tho amended
bill Is even moro obnoxious than tho
ono first Introduced and Hint tho
passago of the measure would not
only ho unvvlso but would positively
Coclho respondcdly warmly, in
sisting that many persons other than
licensed physicians wero successful
healers, nnd demanding that sick
folk whoso lives havo been despaired
of by regular practitioners, be given
a chance to cliooie some other person
to treat them. Said he:
Hawaiian Cure Leprosy
.Many iiawanans, noi uociort?, nro
natural physicians. They uso herbs
and accomplish wonderful rurcs. I
know, for I hnvo seen such. Why,
llnwnlinns can cure leprosy, n thing
which huolo doctors have not been
ahlo to accomplish."
There was a very evident dlffcr-
enco of opinion on tho lloor, and
finally It was voted to defer action
until 7:30 o'clock this evening, when
the hill will bo taken up in Commit
tee of tho Wholo and threshed out
In all Its phases. At tho same time,
tho House, medical practlco bill will
he considered In conjunction with
tho Sennto measure.
Ou motion of Senator Coclho, tho
Coclho, Talrchlld, Harvey, Moore,
Senate 1 1 111 No. 23, regulating tho
predating of wills, passed third read
ing 13 to 1. Senator Kalnma wo
absent when the vote wns taken and
President Smith cast the only negn
This mensurc was Btrongly oppos
ed by President Smith, who, In hh
long enreer ns nn nttorney-at-Inw,
tins had occasion to obscrvo carefully
the workings of probate laws. Ho
pxprcBScd the belief that some of thu
provisions were unwise.
Senate Hill No. 117, regulating tho
collection of, delinquent luxei, nnd
providing for penalties, p-isscd third
reading. Knlama waj i.bscnt mil
Smith voted "no."
Purchnsing Agent Bill Fixed
The puii'hii.-lnrc agent mix-up bids
fair tu be straightened out. Sclinlo
lllll No. 138. amending Act 02 so
that it shall not go Into effect until
July 1, paisrd third reading. .
Act 02 provider, that no mnne)
other than for fixed expenses, shall
be paid' out except on order of u pur
chnsing ngent to bo appointed by tho
Governor. As tho ulTiiu created hud
not been filled, nnd ns, under tho
ternu of tho nit, the law went Into
force nt once, the departments and
the lawmakers found themselves nn
nblo to buy even postnge stamps for
At 1 1 o'clock, on motion of Sena
tor Coclho, tho Sennto went Into ex
ecutive Hesslon lo consider Iho Gov-'
ernor's Messago No. 2, Iho nppolut
inent of Territorial ofTlccrs.
fContinued from Pace li
rhlp. showing them points of lilstmlc.il
Intel est connected with tho Ilusio-
Those who wero thirsty were taken
below, whero cold drlnkB were ty-rved.
In thn Admiral's dluln. room wero
feted tlio prominent government offl-' ";
Clais, wnilo uie tuner guests iiincnvu
In tho ward room.
An Interesting curio on board tho
Ihigshlp Abo Is n growing JnpnucHO .
plno tree, "niatsii." It Is cireftilly
looked after nnd Is much treasured by
Admiral IJIchl. .
In tho loomi of the officers wero
decorations of artificial cherry-blossoms.
Over on the cruiser Soya wns sta
tioned tho Hawaiian band, which
played Hawaiian airs. Mrs. Alapil
sang several selections, which wero .
greatly enjojed by the olllcers.
Tho nthlctlc sports wero much en
jojed by tho guests. Tho "kenjltru,"
or rendu, piob.ildy ploased tho soe-
tutors most. Tho fancy d-incc, tho JIu-
pltsti nnd chalr-raro attracted much
attention. Tho ladles were specially
pleased with tho fancy dance. Thu
performers, dresccd In many olnrj,
danced gracefully on tho Naval Dock.
Somo of them wero dressed us naval
odlccrs, while others wcio In holokus.
The music wns furnished by tho Jni
nncso band, stationed mauka of tho
During Ihcso sports, tho guests were
escorted down Into the mess rooms
nnd provided with lefreshmcntM.
Standing nt tho head of a long tnblu'
was tho Hon. J. 11. Coney, while on
his right Mood Commander Sakamoto,
chief of staff of tho Admiral. Around
the table were tho members of thu
Legislature of Hav. all. Preceding tho
kaukaii, Mr. Coney rend the following
llouso amendments to tho Maul Kn-rc!,0,,ltlo,l:
aiding Act wero concurred In with
out nny discussion. This matter li
now up to Iho Governor.
Road Work by Contract
Should tho House concur In thu
action ot tho Senate, all lnrgo road
Jobs In this County will havo to bo
done by contract.
Senntor Mooro's bill, providing
Hint nil road work In tho City and
County nt Honolulu, entailing the
outlay ot mora than $500, must bi
nwarded by contract to tho lowest
bidder, tenders having, previously
been called for by tho Supervisors,
passed third reading this morning.
This is a measure which has been
violently opposed by tho County luw
mnkcrB, but It passed third reading
12 to 3, only Chllllngworth, Knlama,
and Smith voting ugalnst It,
No School Savings Banks
Senator Chllllngwortirs ernooi
ravings bank bill died n quiet death,
desplto tho eloquent plena ot Its fa
ther and Us foster-father, the Presi
dent. Tho voto was nB follows:
Ayes Chllllngworth, Knlama.
Knudscn, Mnkcknu, McCarthy, Hob
Inson, Smith. Noes linker, Drown,
nolulu prices being Just nbout enough
to cover frolgnt and running expenses
Tho committee recommended tho
adoption of Nnkaleka's resolution Hint
(he pol allowance bo Increased to 23
pounds, but recommended Hint anoth
er revolution by Nakaloka relating to
weekly palal ration, icpnlrlng cottages
owned by lepers, etc. The icpmta
wero nil ndopted.
A Little Claim Bill.
llouso Hill 107, to appropriate innnty
for Iho relief nf Iho Hllo Wectrlc
Light Co., Ltd., p'lssed Its third rend
ing without discussion. Tho mensuro
carries an appropriation of $107.77 to
pay tho claim of tho electric light com
pany for lighting supplies, etc., fur
nished by direction nf tho Hupcilntcn
ilent of Public WoikH between Decem
ber 31, 1902, and June 30, 1901.
I wish to proposo n toast which, I
inn sure, voices the henrty sentiment
of every lepreseutntlvo of Hawaii
gathered here and of overy thinking
citizen of the nation of which .wu nro
tho Pacific outpost.
"Long before tho United Status of
America gathered In this string of
pearls in tho Western sea to add them
to her Jewels of Slates and Territories,
tho llttlo Kingdom (f Hawaii mid tho
Great Kmplro of Japan wero ns a llt
tlo nnd a big brother tu each other. '
Great men of Japan havo rested In
this Mld-Puclflc Paradise whllo eu '
i onto round about tho world, adding to
Iho respect the ting Monarchy bord
tho big Kmplro or tho lilting Sun nnd
assisting lo full growth that feeling
of friendship and brotherhood which i
should always prevail. And now that
wo nro n part of tho United States,
Japan's good friend across tho seus, wo
teel doubly tho honor In thus being
nblo to welcoino to America's newest
Territory to fnniotis a representntlvo
of Japan a man who. In that terrlblo
war with Russia, wns tho right liund of
tho great Togo himself, and whoso
visit to this port Is welcomed by Amer
icans nnd Japanese alike, with enthus
iasm, and whore fortunate Journcylngs
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crulso of hlu squadron Is over, In enrn- X
esuy wisneu lor uy Ills rlends In Ha
waii nnd elsewhere.
Gentlemen, I proposo wo drink to
tho health and long llfo ot Admiral
Ilr. MllHfltt lIlltMllltu i.rnul.lnni ,
tlin itri'iril it I.Mhi'iMa i .. i ,kMfl
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County. Michigan, was robbed ln
London of $1000 nnd a diamond,
ling by "coulldonco" men, who lutcri
wero nrreated. The ring nnd $7501
wero recovered. i
Seven ocean steamers brought 10,-i
uuo Immigrants to tho United 8tatc31
est for one day in the history of tho
port of New York, with, perhaps, n,-
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