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From Ban Vranoisco:
Alameda (.Mar. 11
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SHIP SUBSIDY STi
ALL STRIKE T
George Kaia Relieved Severe Weather Thought
From Duty By j To Have Been
' Sheriff i Encountered
Deputy .Teller Georgo Kala Is under i The .Tnpniicso collier Dutlm Marti
ui-sponslo'i t.t present jvIii.; tn ionic with n shipment of ccki! amounting to
"alleged Ir.'csuliiiltlca In connection
Willi Ills position nt tho Count prison.
Sheriff Jnirett, an being lnforiuo.! o.'
tin) nature of tho charge nalnut Kuln,
at o.icc advised tliu deputy thnf liu
would liavu to I ty oT till llio nntter
lml bscn Investigated.'
Jailer Asch vas the first to find out
nb-jut the alleged thefta of uuiiih of
nio'ic-y (run envelopes that had been
deposited by prisoners for tufo cus
tod) with the lecclvlrg clerk, who Is
also deputy J'XlIcr.
Kr.la wan a)iiolnlcd by Sheriff Jar-
rctt when the Uoy.it) jail wuj o;i!U9d
PHILADELPHIA. Mar. 4. The
street car strike in this city bids
Hair to deve'iip rfnto the greatest
strike of workingmen ever known in
this section of the country, as a re
sult of today's' action of the railway
The rapid transit company was
approached with n psopositfon to
treat with a committee of the em
ployes of the road, and turned it
down with a flat denial.
As a result of this, the libor
unions of the city hare ordered a
general strike that will begin - at
midnieht tonight. Even, industry in
the city will be affected, and the
most general tie-up ever known here
(Special Bulletin Cable,)
PEKING, China, Mar. 4 The
Chinese Government has recalled the
Chinese Resident Assistant General
at Tlijbct for tho purpose of inqui
sition with a view to throwing some
lirht on the recent escape of the
Delay' flails On North West
(pcrinl 13 v 1 1 f t i n Cable ) I (S-iesiol Bulletin Cable.)
Fifl TI!A:iCI3C0, Mar. 4. The V-LDEZ, B. C. Mar. 4. Severe
cvcilwd ii.ail ior the Pacific Coast stonr-s are wiring on the coast and
nnd llawsii ,H1 be delayed several in tir Galf of St. Gsorcc. '
IS DELAYED BY
deputy . Jailer is Japanese collier EPIDEMIC -
MILLION. MILES HAS RUSSIANS HAVE TO
nearly flvu thousand tons, from Mnjl,
Japan la now const lerably oveftf.io
according to tho calculations of lout
'I ho prediction Is freely mado thai
tho vessel with coal for tlie.lntor-Islnii.;
Steam Navigation Conipmy has in.it
with n hovcro experience through a
Tho Koan Mam which sailed from
What Is ballet e to be n diph
theria epidemic among the Hussion
Immigrants, at the' Channel wharf.
further de eloped this morning,'
when physicians of the Roard of
Health discovered two more of the
Russians at tho wharf were afflict
ed with auflbus caspa of diphtheria.
, , President Mott-Hlullli was unde
cided this attcinooii us to wbothcr
or nut. ull of the Hussions now nt
WASinNGTON, D, C, Kar- 4.-3
Seventy-six Voyages For
One million, one hundred and
forty thousand miles, covered In
event) -six voyages between Van
couver, It. C, and Australian ports.
Is the lung distance and endurviuo
record held by Captain J. D. S. Phil-
7. .i , , . , I'i'd "i"'' freciuenieJ by persons fioin
Mojl. ho Japano.e coal por one day ' , " h ', h h.a
following llio dupnrturu of the HiihIiuI,,,.. , A mi , .-in
.. ,.i..i . ii .i Mi.l5n K"!B una comliiR nuvlll.
Muni, iirrhcil nt HoncHilii on M ircll
let. The 1o)u KUcti ICalfhu liner
tonic nine ago, end up till tl... present lepoited mecthiB with somo very l,iJ r. if. hV ubeV nco unl I 7" ,rt itr- In
ll,.w. u,... ..m..l1. , In 1... n rnllliritllumUhPV .iff VntcnliKliin Tho Vi nv.1 '" . '" "W1"" "n"1 "trUlir ID
WORK OR GO
,o BACK .
Mandate " Delivered At
Meeting Held This
" " .- Rnr.?orj and direct thartres of iinTl
The three hundred or more .rowan -- mntun brought to bear irij
Immigrants nrtw quartered at the behalf of tho shll) subsidy bill were
Channel wharf were offered one or two djuussei in the House Judiciary!
nrotxiBltlons nt. a general conferenca Pnmmittee this forenoon, and n sub
held at noyn tol) . committee was appointed to djtcrJw
Tho mnvi oiilMV !ro'tAinrk or else i. . .il...tlir n fnv.tinl Invrvtimtiofr.
u. ,.v .... u. ... ....... ..-.. . ,.,. ,...m.l.. . ,). .. '"-' 'n"1" l.' . ""-C " -- n f
the rharf Bhould .lie placed under "' "" '""."" V ..... they win uoretiunen io inq pincv irum gjlgn oe mti,ie,
qunranltue. JIo stated that n num- Canadlan-Australlan liner MalUl. whence tlwy. cme. 4 I , xbe matter was, brought to anl
ber of considerations were Involved w,,l,l" iai"1 ,fl0m, "'' '' The crowA fued the wo h0"18 ot issue by the direct chartc male by!
nnd tluit there was considerable dan- "nB J '"at Is beMoved hec 10 Mem wtfeq 'after' nn extended Coi,grtMa!an gtcencrfon, Rcpubll-5
eorkosfluse of the fact that Ihe wharf ""a round trip to the Hrltlsh Co- ,,. In y1lti, iwrtlcipated Imnilgra- fnn of Minnesota that improper in-1
" litttilil in iuits !. . Jf ... mj. i r r
.u... ... iup. i iinn infiikccrnr in unicr. uarmunu fl,uMrM or vvrrLinn nmnnir inti
With but few exceptions, the pre- Brown. Secrctrtry of the TerrltortM M-nil,er of Comieis lo secure thel
Doara or jni;itifinit.an( tuennra vcr.(ia5saj.e cf iUi ball.
If..l.-J D.J. I1.m1m, ItliunaK flrn. '
koiu and Attorue Ugbtfoot tiro leu!
adWsor of Wo Wrt'of Hnsslnns Mho
cnt cRlcers on the Maltal, better
"The dlphthcrln cases are positive """" " "'"""",,",,"
ones," strted Prcfldent Mott-Sailth,
Tcnyo Maru also fiom Japnnerc lJfts , '.' ... .,,..,, , -,., r,, tl teaaihlp Aorungl
w..vr.1 mnlt.11- will. .m T..rv 1.1.1. ,,ut'l,,e l"lon Of quarslltllie Is '
lime ni. uonsldtiod to lu n faithful
ofllcer Tho ehcrlff, naturally fouls
wry much hurt oicr the fact that til J
nominal Is atlcjud to h no douo eiouk.
The A trlrT left at bucn o'clock this
moriiln.T fur It inula, whera an ll.i
poiuiut ci;c is boliu tried today. Dep
ot) AttT-noy MlUerton accompanied
Jarrett, as tho case concerns 'some
pollco ofdcciH. A Uhliicko has charged
a cnuutiy ofilccr with aBsaul'lns Iiliu,
end tlio caso Is alio mixed up wltn a
Upo-i Sheriff Jurrett's return tonight
bo will go Into tho Kuln matter tlior
cushly umf sift tho ufaalr to tho hot-turn.
d-7s o:i account of the tevcre land-
sliuc3 and vashouts on the trans
, . co
Filipino Journalist May.
Come To Study
It Is notorious that tho Filipino
and SpauUh newspapers liao not
altogether favorod tho uttompt of
tliu tlnwallun Sugar Planters' Asso
ciation to recruit laborers In these
Islands for the Hawaiian planta
tions, and some of tho Plllpliio pa
pers In -particular liuo taken n de
cidedly hostile attltudo to the moo
inent, declarea the Ccbu (P. I.)
Their principal argument In dls
favor of tho exodus to Hawaii has
bcon that the I'lllptnos were Ill
treated on tho plantations, and that
tho pay they received wob, although
high In (ompnltsoii with wages In
tho Philippine-, actually low or, con-
stderlng local alues ot Hawaii, than,
tho remuneration paid for labor nt . .
home. I A pioposltlpn has beon recehed .son Btatcn thnt ho has secuied the
In ordor that tho newspnpor men lij u locat huslnesj man fiom r. W. services of un oxport aviator, who
may lune an opportunity to see for Swuiiioii, manager of the Santa CruslU now on the way to Trance with
(Special Bulletin Cubic.)
CHICAGO, Mar. 4. The wage dis
pato cf the switchmen on eight rail
roads centering in Chicago has been
submitted to an .arbitration com
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 4.
Beets: 89 analysis, 14s. 01-4d.;
parity( 5.09c. Previous quotation,
ncathcr off Yokoliuma. The itnyo
Maru lost a portion of her rails aim U
gtrngua) was suuisucil unu rc.iueicj
Captain Moil, master nf the Koo'i
Maru state I tint Mb etnel hud a
btrcnuous tlmo for uoveinl da)s dur
ing which tlmo nil the llfo boats wore
dCMirycd and -u orllon of tho rails
went, by thboirrt.
It Iirh been three dayc since the ar
rival ot tho Koan Maru nnd Set the
Uimliii Maru with almost uu Identical
shipment of coil has failed to how
up therefore causing much speculation
concerning tliu tnto of the Japanosc
Tluo Duehu Mam is said to be of
ulout the samo tonnago and speed as
tho Japanese steamer now nt the In-ter-Islanil
coal wharf discharging car
go. Thcro Is a possibility that tho en
gines of the Dunlin Maru may huu
becoma ilUablcit tluough action of the
storm causing n delay of four days.
TO PEARL HARBOR
Klnnl arrangements wore mado
last night at a mictlng of the ill
lectors of tho Hawaii Yacht Club
for the management of the next
truns-Pucltic race, nnd arrange-
mentB wcro also rgrecd upon for a
)iicht crulso to Pearl Harbor on
March 20 In tho Interest of a fund
for tho financing of Hawnll's repre
sentative In the triins-Pncltlc rncc.
At Pearl Hnibor thoroNv'lll be boat
itico-i botweon crows from tho Hen
lant and Mrtlu boat club's, n race
between sea wioiib, and a luau.
The commlttco In chnrgo of the
tnins-Putlfle raco will bo. I.. M. Vot
tlison, chairman; II. T. Ilowen,
tkurgo Smithies and Itobert Scott.
Delcgato Kuhto'B nnntuil consign
ment of frco cgetablo scuds hns been
recclied at tho Ilurcaii of Agriculture
and Forestry, nnd anyono wishing
theso seeds nuiy get them by calling
n tho oITIco of tho bureau on King
! ycstlgatlon can bo mado."i
Th pitle.lts we e iaen la tho
Thero have been c'.cvon cases of
the dltoato, aniunJLI.a ltutslani siin-e
Immigrants yrerptulnb' toM that theyj
would bo obliged to tase up wont in
hlch has now
been taken over by the New Zea
land &Jeanisblp Company.
The Ithdrawal of the Aoraiigl the Inlands 'Or go bnck horn
from the Vancouver :un recalls the cannot Become Public Chargs.
furl that rhe Is a vessel with al Tn0 j,lmiani, were not ail.lcd to
splendid moid, nud there nre thou-' acc t tt0rk wlln tho' plaritors. They
Miidr upon thousauds of people in ,cro ,m , llltprmed that the T ,.
.nil parts or the wwr'U wno looK t0,y of ,, 0U.a.M wra,jt of
IbacMwlth pleasure to trjps made thcm becon,.n, p,rtt0 ciarKH ulH.ti
In flili THtfij-ilji her.Jiole cavrgorhIt)mMIumltyjL:rhex arj( tn .
27 )ers she has never been la rt whalever employment Is offerel
serious disaster or accident, and,he' thcnl( bl Iauor otlier (hnn ,na(
U spoken of as a lucky shli. I offered uy the plnnters Is found, the
Har lnf rnnun nrrnu the Pliclf- . . . . ,.. . ... .....
This nnnouacetnc nt wa0 made this. . ..,,- .C'.n .., ,r... "?." "l". ' ""-' ..",a"" """"'
In.l, J ...i I Mi l,.,r.i will hnrt!V -'..' -.--;". --"-" "le J"UB-
' - - ", , -' ouu nines ior me iouiki irip ironi
tnke the c.lltorlnl hiltn of the Star In g,dncy to Vancouver nnd back, she
cuaiicii u u-b uimis na oup-.-vinur ,, ...,. c,,nnn mllP In tlin
L'aulcl Lcgou net John n. Wnnlley,
lr to be editor of the Hawaiian Star.
I iifiiAikllii &9ai
n 3 v j
x v .a. ..' t . ! ,
of the Cltv end County of Honolulu.
Mr. Log i-.i inn had long experience
In ln al UdJpcnper nork and has earn
ed the rep nation of A careful and cm
dent winder- In the early diys of his
newspaper eirier bo was on tho edit
orial taff of tho Muntroil Wltiiei.ii and fur , Mma c()lnoanyi nllJ wllh tnc
..i.nuw-i.11 ....... n.u. ... ....... oU)()rB ws R ,.,,, ,., ,ult ot
Clt.ilt.iu 1.11 llie IMI..I null nwnni iii-.n,
John J. syooliey, of piuhlb'tlun famo
wjr proniincnt'y inrntloncd at n sue
cesnor lo Gqorg'j Hentlnll ns editor
of tho Btor, but l.ojan lb lo b tho
Over nlJlii" heidquartors nf Jhc Ha-
wollan Platers' Association. Itoj at
D. Mend mid bis. assistant Win
fred II, n-ibbltt nwotled applications
from tho noxly arrlyt-d. laborors which
caino not. Secretary Mead stated this
morning thai to dale Tin oven dozen
P.usslans had npplIM for work and
had bem a"cceiteilr These peoplo are
now vtatloncd nt the planters' rhed
was a costly ship built of ,, ,, ,. . , , ... ,. .ho tnni.tIoii at
lion. vvl.leh Is not used nowadays. I ,h . ar(i, ,UWo opl,orUlnl,y.
In her early days tho Aorangl was ,..,, c. Hron5 fin,t ,,e ,
bnrk-rlgged, and carried a big BemljIc(1 ,mmBrnnts this morning nnd
spread of canvas, besides her steam hl ... ,h . , , . ,
tltne she berthed after the last
Tho Aorangl wus built for the
New Zealand Shipping Company In
1S81, by J. Uldcr & Co. Glasgow,
nnd war one of four vessels built
ffrActrrofiTriu n r rrK lJf
Gifford Fin'chot vas again on thsJ
witness stand in th: Ballingcr in
vmtliin'irtf this far;noon. The for
mer Forester admitted, on bcing-il
M.. n.-,.a4fif I... Vl. nMA-nAM AI-
Ballinger, that his only first-handi
knowledge of any act reflecting on
Ballinrcr is contained in a letter
that Ballinger wrote to the President.
Till: AMKHICAN schooner Muriel
in reported to have railed f'oni Ilono-,
Ipu doetluoil for Ran 1'iane'kcu on
Thumd.i)'- Tho vossol recently ni
rived nt the Koni port lth a tlil
ment of lumber.
Would Bring Flying
Machines To Hawaii
themsolves tho conditions ot Hawaii
nnd to watch their countrymen nt
work on the plantations, tho Ha
waiian sugur planters liavo nuthor
Izod their representative, O. A.
Bteven, who for n long time con
ducted the ofllco In Ctbu, but now In
strength of the ninrket. Kwa wus
another stock that Bold in largo
blorks nt nn advancing figure. Tho
total ot sales recorded today amounts
lo four hundred and five shares, and
tho Btork closod fairly strong nt
Wnlulua has reached 13C, offer-
Heath Compinr, which, If carried un assistant to make a special study Ings being mnde at that figure, anil
through successfully, would give of tho methods omplo)ed by the the stock Is being held nt 137.50.
Hnwnll nn opportunity of welng a I Trench avlatois. and that they nro llonoknn Is still selling nt 23,125,
Turman nnd Illoriot flying machlno 'expected to return with the ma- and Onhu Is aiming for 40, having
rower. Her name was tho
cqutvnlont for Mount Cook.
The Aorangl was engaged In the
New Zealand S. S. Compaii)'s trade
from London to New Zealand, via
the Cape ot Good Hope and homo via
Cape Horn, for fourteen )ears, and
was then taken over by Mr Hud
dart, the Originator of the Canadian
Australian Line. She was first pre
viously remodeled at borne.
The Aorangl Is a splendid sen
boat, and has weathered some bad
storms. She has gone through sev
eral Fiji hurricanes and experienced
terrible weather off Cape Flattery,
on the Canadian coast, but has al
ways proved herself a sturdy vessel
and excelleut Bealio.it.
LOTS Ai SELLING
Big Business In Leaders
,0n Stock Exchange
Sixteen hundred shares ot Ha
waiian Commercial at 41 nnd one on the (list offerings this morning,
thousand shares at 41.50 were sales hut Btrongthoned from 7 to 7.125 on
that took place between boards yes- tt me 0f two hundred shares,
terday and today and proved the The market Is strong, nnd with
ability of the buying public In Ho- the possible exception of the present
iiululu to nbsorb the securities of- lenders that have reached their proh
ferod from San Francisco: This able limit. Is duo to still further nd
tnenns over one hundred thousand tance under tho Influence of pros
dollars of locul money Invested In pectlvo 4.25 sugar price average for
tho stock at what Is considered top-, tho season,
notch prices. -
This is a fa'.' sample of tno
Bulletin Busineu Office Phone 2SS
ttillnHn TWtnri Hnom Pbnti tR
n tt tt tt n tt :i :t tt tt tt tt n tt ti tt tt
today brought C.875. Mcllrjdo
showed a tendency to shade down
InrevtH whitKoever 111 IlloSllClr Plant'
j ers' labor bureau,' rolternted the offer
mat mere wag worn inr one ami nu
upon the vnilnug Island sugar estates
Brown suggested hat the strange! s
and nlleim could do far worso than ac
cept tho work on plantations for while
so engaged they would find ample, op
purtunlty learning tho language of tho
country. This statement was made
In response, to a claim set up by tho
laborers that they wero unablo to find
work because' they could not lnnke
their wants understood.. .
Object to Plantation Work.
Tho suggestion of the Chief of the
Immigration station fell upon n ills
enrdsnt multitude howovcr. The nn
Jorlty set up a lusty objection to hav
ing an) thing to do with tho planters
In the mean time tho Russians havo
nppoa'cd to their Ambntsador nt Wash
ington Through Attorney Llghtfoot.
a cablo was forwarded to the Russian
Legation nt tho National capital. It
Is nndui stood that tho Russians de
mand through their representative,
thnt the Federal government stop In
and compel tho plantation Interests to
accede to soino of their moro urgent
A reply to the cablo is oxpcrlcd this
afternoon. The party express tho hope
that tho retuVn message; will come
throuh diplomatic; channels und that
(Continued on Page 6)
inside Comment Contained,
In Letter From
In Ills Wtter Sw.inson slated that
ho bus foi hied nn norlal company
Manila, to bend n newspaper man to which Is to purchase n Illoriot and
Hawaii nt no oxpeiiEo to himself. At Turman machliio for exhibition pur-
a banquet tho other day Mr, Stovon poses. Tho piomnlcr slates that ho
extended tho Invitation, nnd tho Is willing to bring tho two machines
matter-Is now being considered by to Honolulu for nn exhibition of n
(Continue on Pago 2) "tk- tor 20,000 guaranteed. Swun-
chines .by April 1.
Under tho plan outlined, nlteruato
da)B 'would bo given to the flights
of tho two designs ot flying ma
chines, tho 0110 uot'bolng used being
placed 011 exhibition where It would
$20,580 For Land
Hxpcrts on tho mrrktt havo boimT
giving' various cMilanitlous tor tho
slump In tho Now York stock innrfutj
thnt threaten) d at ono tlmo to throw
the country Into a psnlc. What comes
the nearest to n utatcmcnt from tho In
side of things Is tho following contain;
ed In a private letter fiom a Wall
Street friend to n resident of this city.
It will be recalled that Trunk Munseyj
waa playid up heivlly by tho nowspaj
purs ttiroustioui tno countr) ior 11101
great killing he had mado in steel
stocks. Judging from what follows
they nearly killed him: y
"Tho recent excitement and break
In the stock market Is said to havo
been duo to the lluuldutlon ot n collosal
account carried b) Mr. Tiunk Munuey?!
It Is rumored that this account
tallied over G00.O00 shares ot
Steel alone, nnd largo blocks of otlici.
slocks nnd that at onq tlmo It showed
125.000,000 prolH, but that tho liquid
ution, which ib uow supput.e'11 to uav
been completed nbrnrbed alt ot Ihli
mnfit mill iiinru trm. Ilnunvpr. I hi'
llevu that Mr, J, P. Morgan, und oth'ctH
Inri'n mifirnti-iru umu 1 iuantlRftnit wlllt
IVftflkJ wi-vimv! "viv ihwk4twaivif !
tho attitude ot Washington una bom
hcnvlly earlier In the ear und wero'
well satisfied to sec tliu price break)
"Tlio nocking coal & Iron pool tnnt
collapsed also had n bad effect, and
tho failure of Messrs. Tlsko U Itoblf
ton, ono ot tho lording bond houses;
further ileririi-.il.il miittura"
Bold on the board today nt 39.125
Some very pond-sliod blocks of
Olan and Mcllrjdo sold between
boardu and on tho oxehnugo nt some
what leduced llgures, although tho
nun ket In the small stocks closed
be explutnoil by nn expert, and to icnronnbl) strong. Sovon hundred of lintel street, eighty-two feet from
which nn nilnilsslon .foe would bo. and fifty Olna sold )csterday nt the west corner of Hotel and Nir
A valuable piece of Hotel street
realty has changed hands through
tho filing of a deed in which Mrs.
Trunces lllckorton- transfeis to L.
L. McCandless, for tho sum of $20,-
580, the piopeity on the west side
0,75, but ten slimes on tho cxchnngo.unnii, nnd having a frontage- of 52 J the first deed,
feet on Hotel street.
In addition to the Hotel street
frontage that Is acquired by Me
CandleBs. ut the purchase prlco ot
20,580, n second deed covers n
smaller frontage on Hotel street be
tween Niiiiami and Smith, adjoining
tho fifty-foot frontage coveivdi In
MATERIAL to bo itt-cil 111 tho con
Btruettoii of di)dock nt Pearl Hag
bor Is IncludcC In the thlpmcnt now
rn tlio wn) from San Trauclsco by tlio.
American baik Andrew Welch. This
vessel balled from tho coast on MareJg
4. IIIU illllUUW UlC'll IB 1II111H1
among other things a dredging
fit nnd tbu necessary gear. It Is
lierted thnt tho vessel will nrrlvu
tho latter part of tho month.
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