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LORD : KITCHENER
Now General Inspector
Of All Erie's
Engd'i Oreateit Field .U&rihal
'Coin Home, From Auitralian
Ufltlih -CdMBt. FtoiV(er.ha re
celved wor,ttfi.rield Manhal Lord
KltcheiW-wlll past through her ot)
the Marama'. on;hli Way back to
England, The'Marama Is due here
on the 59th,
Lord Kitchener h"a been In Aus
tralia forsome time on. an Inspec
tion of 'tppm.monweaUh forts anrt
other dlvjefetis of the army.
, ' Consul ( reite? statee'.t It Is
i 'n6kP,yy'ilMK.'LI Ktbener
w. wiuswdOTer -iwrt; Hn that . aJ
BiiuBarqr. 'win ,d maqe io naTe niDY
do BO, ff'rn.r
I r ', The..flgbtlnt lord, j was born la
1 ' iJOfcW'ttttt.SrrelMa,' near " Ine
tpwn ofOaHsrloaiford', in i860. He
received "his military, education In
the Royal Military Academy at
Woolwich snd; made his bow In ac
tual -service .ai'Vilieutenant In the
Royal BPll.neertln'1871. From that
.time on, Lord Kitchener, has been
In. active service',' Jandlng many a
victory to his cfedltand dlstlngulshf
lng himself In "the field, especially.
when he led .the- Egyptian troopta.
against Osman Dlgna at Handouti.
In '1889 he-was honored for work on
tt the Soudan frontier; and was created
a Companion of the Bath.
' He utterly destroyed the power ot
the' Khalifa In the battle of Omdur
man In 1808; and for this brilliant
piece, of work he was raised to the
peerage, as Baron 'Kitchener of Khartoum,-the
thanks of Parliament and
a grant 'of 30,0,0,0.
He served as governor-general and
' xommander-ln-chlef ot .theEgyptlait
Soudan up to the latter- part of
1899. He resigned1 this' post and
accompanied' Lord Boberts to South
Africa as chief of his staff In the
war with i the , Boers. When Lord
Roberts became, commander-in-chief
at home, 'Lord Kitchener succeeded
him In South Africa and brought
about peace conditions on May 31,
After the1 establishment of peace
. In Soqth Africa, Lord Kitchener was
.1 relumed to India as contmander-ln-
i chief, from which 'station he was
' called to the home office and estab
lished Inspector-general ot all Eng
"' llsh fortlflcatlons throughout 'the
U) IN COURT
Wtiiesses ;Tell Of How
Alitos Met in
Thomas J. Qulail appeared In court
this morning 'o4'tb, a complaint of J,'
'Davis, With whose autbhioblle Qulnn Is
alleged to have collided on King street
at) 1:15 a. m. on February 22. Joeoph
Llghtfoot and Bon! appeared for trio
..complaint, and' Clem.lfc,- Qulnn for the
defendant. ' ' ,
-.Several, wltnosse's testified to hear
lng,the noise of the impact of the two
machines when" they struck, and also
to'hearlns the souhd bt breaking glass
as DftVls' car was1 forpetl Into the .win
dow, 'o( Levy's store, .
Davis gavo OYldenco to tho fact that
he was opposite Wells Fargo's ofOce
when Qulnn came 'along, and bumped
Into; his machine. The force was 'sum-
'c!,em..'to, send, his car across the pave
ment' and Into theXpldte. glass window
of Lovy'n ptor'e, " ,
(Continued on. rage 6)
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a i nAnAniAn r n d c m m au run n
un i ifi nil ivii ii in i riinfiinivjvi w m 11 utvi g .
Warrants ot doportntlqns have been
requested ot the Department of Com-i
merco and Labor by Immigration In
spector Brown directed against the
twonty-threo poachers who were cap
tured at Laysah Island by the revenuo
cutter Thetis. . ,
, The warrants, will be held by Uie
Immigration Inspector until the United
States 'Court Is thorough with- the
poachers. The1 warrants will be im
mediately operative should the poach-'
era be? acquitted or In the event of
their conviction would be held In abey,
ance until the completion of their sen
tence when the men will be Immediate
ly deported aCcdrdlng.to the provisions
ui ,ine umum oiaies laws. ,
The brlRlnaU documents and aaree-
rasnts uotweea ';wns atax
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lllAFIlaTl,lsflist.srJ'"sCl'arll- .' - . -m Tf-JRTfV- ff-"' WffrfTrXRllBJii iltolllliH'tliii! ; European' beet sugar." .quoted ,nt
IfllPFIISITJIlim l K9II ' A ! . $14-4- ' v ' tKnM,?i,.iS?r lS2cf-.araT JSs. af the doe. of ...t Ve.k, held
111 III I llflllllllfll If fill iWNDtWJsiA'iOOsMBaiiaeii r"11 ,h' " iV', omhW-qplMUmiof tbi physfclans .that steady and llrm until yesterday:
IIIIUI IIUIIUIIUI :.sAI , . Pi ylewlrfTtmUl. '., JAI'W1 ' M c'" ""J tho- Tamon vi-hen the reports of great activity
& .- ? , Si-S".' i '. ' SrMfgXtgSA ' .Ixn our markets and in Cuba reached
, ' fljfeMAis sllkul tLvFWlWted1k.CohrrtwMi ' ' T , -I-Vi V'.V,-r?Zl' l' ' ' - ' ,' London, causing a violent Jump In
I AlTlflfl HlfflVT llllll EiTOtO himTAfcedal orothW-hon i;i4, ,'' t, vffik' ' W t prices orr both cane and beets the
' IvjIIIIIIV Hill I I ,111111 StT'fthSVLr Wlftil ,I1maII 'llW4 latter rising to 13s. 5 l-4d, for Feb-
Santa- Clara, Wassetta itiveirsity, and
r Local teams To Plijiy gefies-W; W. .
Harris Working 'On Proposition
That Honolulu Is going to have a
real good season of baseball In tho,
near future is practically sured, and
W. W. Harris, who is In communica
tion with P. A. McHenry of the Santa
Clara team, is also flaurlne on 'a' com-'
blnatlon that will make the mouthsf ri
lha tanm vrfltoi- -Wl
It is well known that the Wasseda'
University team of' Japanese nlayera
iwUl be going totho mainland beforq
tuns, i-u vtnr a scrivs ui, KameB,anu
Harris If figuring on having the Japan
ese siay oyer aero lor ai least tnree
weeks. ,and play a serlei
leg of irames
with the Santa Clara' boys and local
The best possible combined team
will be picked from the Oahti League
and another njne from the best ot tho
Honolulu League. This will proylde
four teams i that, should put up a brand
ot ball that has not been seen In these
Islands for years.
The management figure on playing
two -games every Saturday and two
In Sundays, 'and tho' series will be so
arranged that 'the teams from the
Oahu league, apd .Honolulu league, will
be sent up against the Santa Clara
and Weaeeda In turn.
the. Santa Clara boys get their vaca
tion In July, hod the Japanese also
will be at liberty then. Harris thinks
that there will be no trouble In the.
case ot the Wasseda nine, And v that
luuy win surety biuji uver ana piay
ball, Tho Santa Clara manager,, has
been written to and the proposition lb
,hp to him. There Is every probability
pf tho aerie's between the mainland,
Japanese, Oahu and . Honolulu' men'
tomlng'.off and the " -Athletic' Park
should not pe able to hold the'erowds
thltt will mil fin in ao th'n tilnv
. While the matter Is,, as good as Bet
ilea, me exact aato 01 tne start ot tne
'series cannof'nt present be given. As
soon as Harris hears .from McHenry
tho whole matter can be taken up ahd
preparations mado for tho visits of the
Coast and' Japanese teams.
It Is thought that the proposed so
rles will once more put Itfo Into 'first
class ball, and that the Honolulu lea
gue will revive and Bo ahead with tho
ylm" shown some years ago.
Tim Pacific Itoboknh Lodgo Will give
n social 'idancft lothe .IJ'O., poF.'Wif
garden tonight. Admission ilScentri.
rt t ! .k '"k 'm u J y i
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mer and tho poachers are all In tho
hands .of "the United States District
Attorney, and are of great Interest to
the prosecuting offlcera.,,of .the ' Fed'
oral government! " k
The articles- ot agreement k'tate ex"
pressly that' Bchlemraer gives tho'.-titv
anose tho 'authorization' to kill allHhc,
birds for pHiniage they desire on1. tlie
good iimo uiand or uaysan, This
agreement was signed at a time prior
U' the 'passage, by Congross Of the'adt
making, lt-a erltne to kill birds on Laf
san. " . r J
-Tho Japanese state that Schlemmef
did not,lnWruJ;theni,tbit a new United
8tates,)awJ;tnade It'a crime, td'kUl $$',
birds, but- assert, on the contrary, thafc
Mrs. Philip; A. Delaporte, who Is on
bpard tbefsjeamer Tamon Maru .no,
lying at quarantine station,- has, tjeen
put to miichlnconvenlence anddlseom;
fort owing to cholera having, broken
out on board that Japanese vessel, ,
Mrs, Delaporte Is a missionary and
has Just returned from Ocean Island,
which is situated In tho South Seas.
She took passage .on tho TamomMaru
with the Understanding that she' tiro,
vide her own food. She no V. finds, that
owing to, ttelhg quarantlnedi.iier food
suniily has 'given' out and She is. com
pelled to. ask' for help until such. time as
she can be released, from quarantine.
In answr,t0 Inquiries at tjie. Castle
Home, where .two of Mrs. Dclaporte's
children arflj the, superintendent ro -
piled this morning that no communica
tion' had been received fhom tha Ta-
taon Maru The children vere welt but
were Urtable to rocolve any letter from
their mobet owing to the strict quar
antine rejfulatlonh , k . b ,
jui. yvimfnuy una .lour, cnnuron,
two are with her'on board the Tam
Muru, and thy other two are at the
Castle' , Homb ,A number ot 'friends
hearlfag Cof. the clrcumstapres and the
need for ailbplles, ha,ve sent food and
necessaries to' the steamer for the' use'
ot tno two onndfen and their mother.
r a; nui
.Delaporte and the two
on .until suet) time as.
they wret)aed from quarantine
PHILADELPHIA. Mar 10. The
tl-ftM nt' kaviA Jatit iU4-4tA, iH
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uicy.cqaia.proceea.wun tne uira ruk ; ''slKsl :?' 4-iBing-
ecniem: ing wHout.aar ornnterruntion. ' -iBflsVst.'J,-svB;riv I pitoning
UUIIIUU liuni UUIff tonM &. A Hill AIIIMII nil 21 1
-- i'-l v -v-i .,-!'.- - r rreftrr. Drwoset .to-i agerauanoii'av .
winthelP-tuM with 'the'itwet; rail- r "?" 'r.-warfd' the' tn iwcNf.aWWtaarrinan
wav.cqmW'Vl. .Their" 'officials, claim, 5 , ?" i L0!'8; na lhe S, attempt l elrig nfifll'ICt.Bwini ito'daVdl
that one hundred a,nd forty thousand " ""'"' " " '""i 'it r. t,l.".T.iiorel V?ti phWt JhHy
ard'.on.'-atrllte, in support', rf their. MJt tt tt tt 84t tt tt tt tt tt tho unfted States go?drnnient Id stujh
dwmdiX5v a ' . .'.'',..'
I v P-:
I ai;inioB.Jlett4r-,holdins .that
tun tteuuNDt ooaoanui olt-
etwee'' AjBiricaa 'and 'foniffa
DOrii'iie" Wbiewitf the onener eemt.,
'titii. ' O'1' i ' r
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.vingreaahad tke JforUj Pol,Mw .
art. tirMsOM .toiimakev hie arfcofi i
'pablioiitt. w.addrMeta iTen Ja-
phertEall. , '," h Ci
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'., NEWCASTLE, Pa., Jfar. 10. The
State Federation of laBft.aVitilei-
lion today voted to make an appeal'
to the President, the. gnwipar; of
the State, and the TTnited'jitatkSen
.tort .tfcat,.they use' theirtiaeace
to aecttJe.eji.MbitrationTof the labor
troubles in Philadelphia;". ; - '
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Appeal to Mt.
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t i, , ,0 -on MOnBS
'WASHINGTON. D. 0.. Mar,
Former Seoretarr of the Interior
James B. Garfield was on the stand
throughout the session of the Ballln-
' Fiflr rt4 t0dS, inTneVmcer" "n S.b7r e.
Mr. Oarfleld produced quite a.Mnta.'pocte-lI;i.ni1,0fa .werel'fqnnd.
tion when, in response to a dues- dence;thal,in htdctlnu"s ,ni
tiori. he stated that he believed the l
proposed bond issue of .thirty mil
.lioni for irrigation projects of the
West to be quite unnecessary.
v San Francisco,. Mar! 9.
i Sugar: 96. degTeci ' tett, 4,36c.
Previoui quotation, 4.42c.
,Bets:' 88 analysis, 14, 33-4d,;
parity, 5.05. Previous quotation,
14s. 83-4d i
SAN FRANCmCO Mar. 10. Bests:.'
snalysls, 14s 4Hd. Parity: SJOt
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RAWS ME U
- Although the quotation for
jaw sugar- recorded a drop
yesterday, the New York
market, Is still very strong,
One' of the leading sugar
agencies nf thp city received
n' .-tiHInrrrn., Hit. Inrnnnni.
tt .). .v.of ...,. ... i.i.i tt i if nnnxir nnn.HiiKun icx'iii.ji sxsaca
Ph?;siciaiis Npw Think Stricken
Men Not $ufferihgvFrom'
No, evidences of cholera hdvo beon
tinX-hrlh tihvlctnn of the United
foUnXby" the physicians of ;the United
bi.'tii',rin. Hn.nttBi .nrviro mnnni? I
JStherthre, 'Japanese-members ot the"-1
?'jfc.n'ia 't,'in kiSnn m.m h'ie)i I
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1L IK nDW UB11UTHQ
community through a contamination1
tt the' wktera lr the Japanesesulp.
Taraun .ilaru, uow; hold In quarah-
,tltt. aticeclal .meeting of, the Board
.or.imilhr was called .this atternooni
fc- VV 'f,OJUIffC4'lWl,WIWV MlVfc
iimu. tne uoard or Heaitn
. : -i ..--..j-i .1 1 .-.-- 1
to promumgie inworswri
te Member Of
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Three .Japanese; belonging 'to tno
.crew, oti the freighter Tamon Maru
lAiHiLk. O .(.,! ft.teH f.n.... h!..UJ ..n.
ilimiurr,-Vf. nuitll .lln ucvil iihvki un
der strict qusrputlne for, 'the past' three
days, tbflk, French, le'atc of the Japan
,dte veeil , durlnit ' the still .witches
oi -ibsi mint, -ana 'tneir wnerespquis
s 'niHiier ui greui cuiicvrn w
Mori: master of that vessel.
Tamon Maru 'arrived off .the nort
MdriSsr mornlna- The vessel carrte
un .front-Oeean. Island and baa a full
constRntueot pf phosphates forwf atlflb
ftuano Comnnnir. ;.
T Shortly dfteP clearing" I he soijlhefn
ii'acinc island, a case or wnat ii.ponov.
le"d to ufe'fcbolern' dvelond ainorig the,
'.'firemen' and a few days latori the vic
tim died and was! burled at sent .
When the T.nmon -Mini shnffM tip
off the tor( atfd wsB bntrded by Dr.
namus.arid the staff of. Federal qua
cases' or sub-
finable "disease prevallod-thero'Awss
so atrohg that the federal authorities
plnred. ithn Tamon. Maru. under
days enforced detention,
ese rrcignter wonia pave neon , re'
leased .on i Sunday, .provided' .lio1 furi
thor sickness had developed .In the
ships company. , , . "'...V'
'The crew had been rounod'UiVtwlce
dally artd It was only after a vtslt'.tbtho
quarters had been made this rnnrnlhgi
that the officers discovered the Sb
sence .of the three men, ' '
Signals were ationce sent up end a
party ot quarantine offlcers called at
th shin, and learned of the wholesale
get away. ' ' ,
The Japanese, made their escape: By
taking lli. one of tm Tamon
that. the' man are not sofferlrtg froml'hore lines lying in the prohlbltedi
th'ejdlsease.v, V . ,'; I area, and this time we will take no
"In a deterniltlatlqn ,to preveathe chances. The Board ot Health' has
Antfii'nffsrtn of ihm henltK nt. the tt, iwiwp, in Anfnrra thlR rcstila-t
f. Irf11!! 'r!1"!"?1! -11 i
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aosenre.wns norpu. ino menana inei
boat have nqt ben. seen since. '
' Ills Im'levM th'it the lovantlng Jap-
nnef hull arranged -with their court-
tryni'nwho operatp fishing esmpans
In sslsf In thslr, escape from a, post
rW"!! -hip. '
boats., xne Japanese ntnie out iromnne crowd In the downward move
tholr quarters and unbeknown to' the men.. Mcllrrde ajone stood the test
offlrors, iwered the craft and. were on sa)0 gt nve nlmarcii Bhnrea ye8.
well-awsy from the fhlp 'before jhelr, ' . ,f.ernoon. Lllt ,ho bd record-
n , noiamon iwnriinps ueen laying on,
highest. Importance at this time,"
declared President Mott-Smlth of tho
declared President Mott-Smlth of tho
nosrd of Health this morning.
'n we were vl.lted with cholera
'st tlnSe It was traced to the, .tak-
ln of rnntnmlnated flsh .alone' the1
- . .
power to enforce this regula-i
on, and I think It will lie carried cauo a
out. ' .jRawi.
"We1. do -not- know as yet,'" .said' Aftei
Mott-Smlth'. "whether the three
cases at, the'quarantlne stsUon'. are . natural advancing tnind of theinr
ftallf .eholefiy but they are suspl- ket Is resumed-under, the abnormar
iln,u-an,iti1i tn'arnri-tiAL thu'MttlinsL J'atallatlrnl i.rnndttlnn tltrnnelintllWho'' .
Brecatttlons, a9d'ttivl)roWbHed r flsh-
yCrew Of Quaran
cases" and the decamp of tho'iapanese
will cost, the owners' of the vessel a
pretty penny before the matter Is set
The' recapture of the Japanese will
lie with the United States Marshal's
office.. U, 8. Marshal Hendry was noti
fied of the escape and will Institute a
search for the escaped seamen.
STOCKS ARE QUIET
.AND FAIRLY FIRM
General Steadying Of
Prices On All Shares
- On SalesSheet
Another quiet day- in stocks and
a receding market Is- the record
disclosed by the Stock Exchange ses
sion this .forenoon, Oahu' JiaB
dropped off another quarter a share
on pretty good sized sales. Ewa
also' has tinned back on Its. march
to 30, which figure was so enthusi
astically, predicted n few days ago.
Walaltm Joined In the depression,
one hundred and fifty shares1 selling
between boards nt 13C, llrewery
and Hawaiian Commercial were with
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lc WU8 7- s aRaiMt Ba,e B 7'25'
0InB l,,lu Mcllryde are "on a parity"
for the drat time In many months.
Splendid reports are coming In on
tho condition of Olaa. Some sales
of Pnla took place yesterday, but
none. ofi it Wus renorted -on the
'U"!s iiot vbelleveii tliat UliA' tirlbU
of'siV'ai- has had nny particular ef
fect on tho market, as no 'serious
AGAIN TO MOVE
Speculations Are Made
rroni new stand
AND LIMITED SUPPLIES
Euroncrn Country Which
Raiies Sueu Has Been. Taken "
Into Consii'.'eration in Hakinv
Estimates for Future Move-,
Wlllett & Oruv's Sugar Journal,
for February 17 Wkca tho follow-
ng very Intcreatlbg report on raw, V
nd boot BUgar ronuiuons
After weeks of tvjinnarntlvo nulct: "
'but .without sueclal weakness, the -
rugar world',. and, .especially lp rejt
ruary, 13s, 3 3-4 d. March, 13s,
C. I-4d. May, with Java cane nt 13s. ,
10'l-2d., say 0.1-1(1. per CWt. nd
vanco for. February beetB and 3d. ad-"
vance for cane. ', .
Sales of the week Include 1,0,000"
bags 1,'ccoiid half March to Euro- -pean
speculators at 2.81c. c. f.
(4,17c.) on last Thursduy; nfloats n't ,
2.7Sc. c. iS: f. (4.14c.) l-'rlday;, afloat
and prompt shlpmcpt nt 2. Sic.
(4.17c.) Wednesday, Including1'''
March at xanie price to. a total of
300,000 bags; also Wednesday, iC,-j
000 bags, May shipment Cillins nt1
2 7-8c, c & f equal 4.24c. lauded.'
Wednesday's sales included several
parcels nt 2.72c. f. o. b giving1 buy
era option of United Kingdom1 mar
-Thus far 35.000 tons Cubas'hnve'
been sold of present crop for the""?
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UMflci) rwiifsuuiii. Ul n,,u u,iiuiio ,
ItiAt mn.bi.1 O-ltn nlnaa I. . ufr.incf ,.v
In favor of sellers. ' ' '? ''
Cuba crop estimates remain ' unj" '
changed. , ' w'.-'
,K. O. I.lcht cabled us estimate of'',;
u per cent, increnseu bowings uco.7
crop ot Germany. '.'
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At the closo Cubas for prompt
shipment were sold at 2.84c, c. & f,
advancing sjiot quotation to 4.20c.
landed, and Bhlpmciit second bait.
March was sold to speculators, nt
2 7-Sr, c. & f., equal to 4.24c. land-:
ed. There Is also .some talk that;'.
outports have paid 2 7-8c, c & ft
for March, , jj,
Er""ien Supnr Conditions, "?
We have thought It of Interest
Continued on Page 4. $
Lester Pctrle, who wus.sertouvly
Injured yesterday ot 'tho railroad,
denot. spent n comfortable, nfght and"
was reported to, be doing1 woll this' ,
morniiTs. Jhcro havo been so mnnv
callers nnd telephone uiessages ask-';',
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ing now ine pnuciu was mat it wasuj,,
thought better to not excite Pctrle? J
by telling him of the numerous en-J'.
From present appearances, the'
well-knnwn i-nllrnnil mnti will tin nttt'
of the hnspltnl before long and wllil J
bo as good as over.
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drop Is anticipated. An authority
on the New York market, writing,,
under a rvceut date, states that wo
may expect the fluctuations of tho
New York market to closely follow
lhe genqrn trend of European beetsjV
for the .remainder nf the seasnu'-S
slnci the desparlty is so great thntV
Cliban siiKars n'ro going to London?
In fairly large quantities, .
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