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HONOLULU 'REPUBLIC AN.
VOLUME IV. NO. 494.
HONOLTJLTJ, H. T., SATUSDAYt JANTJART 11, 1902.
PHIOE PIVE CENTS
n i isop
LULU TO BE
FOR THE CHINESE
Folly Equipped Officers of
Inspection May Be
ly"u the Interests of both countries,
aad shoeid be materially modified."
Mr. Wa expresses the hope that
President Roosevelt will transmit his
proposition to Congress "with a favor
able recoa-aeBdation. !
Secretary Hay bas seat the letter
to Chairman Httt of the House Gom-i
mittee oa Foreign RelatioBs. Hit.'
wag formerly opposed to Chinese ex-j
elusion, bat has recently announced!
a change of heart, and now says' he I
will report the Pacific Coast bill and
that It wHi undohutedly become a law.
so far as the main features are cob
WALTER E. CLARK.
! STEADY STREAM OF OBJECTION
AGAINST GOVERNOR DOJLE
Quiet But Decided Intimation Coining to Resign
CHECK TO INFRACTIONS OF LAW
Suggested That Hawaii Deal With
Giiaese QuestioH in Its
COMMANDER OF NATIONAL GUARD
SEEKS TO REGAIN HIS HEALTH
Minister Wu Digs Up Treaty Clause I
and Pretests that Exclusion Law i
PARADISE OF THE
is tee Drastic and Humiliating
to Merohants and Travelers.
Commission of Investigation.
fSPBCIAJ- CQRRESPON'DBNQBk) j
WASHINGTON. D. 0.. Doe. -81. '
".1.T the terms of tie new Chinese
.'IuhIos bill, to be proposed by the
Speaks in High Terms of California's
Military Organization First Regi
ment Mustered Out Before the
Spanish War Was. from General
Among the passengers who arrived
tm.-a near lbmi uewfiauoo. no-j trQm the Coast yesterday was Briga-j
' "in l mjuh one of the porU ., , , , , . ,
CTT . . - dlerGoneral Warfield, who is well
r --w j known hor havinir visited the Isl-
to tfce United States. The others
. San Francisco. New York. Boston,
-3seiik..MNnlla, Port Towiisend,
''"rtlaad. Or., and San Juan. P. II.
'. purpose of the bill I to have
a equipped Inspection offices at,
" port, so that applicants may be !
roughly examined. In order to i
vent slipshod methods and conse
nt infractions of the law. Chinese
' forbidden entry at any other )Hrts
1 the United States.
'I here Is some talk anion Eastern
: cresstnen to the effect that Ha
Aii and th
' ft to deal with the Chinese uhosUou
i iholr own fashion, without Inter
-it on by Congress, the sole proviso
:. that the United States shall pre-!
ibe the terms upon which the Chi
1 - may pass from those groups to
' Mainland. This, however. Is not
uttitude of the majority, and .the
look Is that the bill will include
island possessions of the United
-Mt.-s. treating all as part of the
ands four years ago, together with
four other officers. During that visit,
which wits one of four weeks' dura
tion, the purr." was much feted and
i formed man1.- acquaintances here.
Dvl.niKn. PinniMiI YITa nfl rtl 1 Vine Iw.nn
I ijiiuuiui uvivicu ifauiviu uas uv.u
in command of the National Guard of
J California for seven years and still
1 holds that position. Speaking of that
! organization the BHgadier General i
i said yesterday: .
"It was a great credit to us that
l the first company regiment to be miis-i
! Judge Estee Can Have the Place If He Will Ask For It-Little's
Name Frequently Recomiended-Dnited States Senator
Positive That a Change is Pending.
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE' OF THE REPUBLICAN.
WASHINGTON, Dec 30. "There is such a steady and energetic stream of objections against Gov. Dole
of Hawaii," said a prominent Senator yesterday, ''that I shouldn't be surprised if there would be a change soon.
In fact, I look. for it. Gov. Dele, from all that 1 can learn from my correspondents in Honolulu, had a hard
time coming down from President of a Republic to Governor of a little Territory. He does nt fit his job. 1
gather that on account of the constant friction and tumult in Hawaii, in a political way, the President has
about decided that a change is desirable. Though thereare strong charges against the Governor in some of
tho letters, the chances are almost certain that they will not be published or be admitted to have weight in
making the change. Gov. Dole will simply resign, in response to a quiet but decided intimation, and his suc
cessor will be appointed.
"Who that successor will be is more than I know. ' Judge Little is frequently recommended, and seems to
stand well in the islands. Judge Estee could have the place still, if he would ask for it, but he reiterates to
me in a recent letter that he will not have it. His tastes are toward the bench, and while I think he cught i
to take the Governorship, merely to turn the tables on Dole, Estee does not look at it that way. You know Dole
treated Estee very shabbily when the Judge first went to the islands. He did not call on him, nor send greet- j
ings. It was only 'another proof that Dole still regarded himself 'King of the Cannibal Islands.' Don't quote
my name, but you ca say with reasonable assurance that a change is pending."'
WALTER E. CLARK. !
I want something to eat and a place ,
T"-l-'. hln 1. If- U'... isl
Vf. V -t.fr fc. -.. J1AM11U, -.,-t
the reply. "We are full up and have
i no room for yoo. AH oer apartments
, are occupied."
"Can't you arrest me and pat me la
jail? I would rather take six months I
than walk the streets all night."
"Why don't you ship- oat of thai
country?" asked a citizen who chanc
ed to be presenL
TrZT:Z Will Apply for Deposition of
'ships going there from. here. Be- i . T ..
sides I'm no sailor and I don't want HSS0G13.I6 JQSI1G6
' to learn."
It was learned that Macario had i
recently finished a term on ,the reef j
ior vagrancy ana mat ne entertains i
tZS3imt c1es khkt judge
Incompetency and Violation of Con
stitution of foe United. -.
States. . . - - -
MEETING HELD IN SCHOOL ROOM
HENRY SMITH IS THE UNANIMOUS
CHOICE FOR MEMBERS
Bills Permitting Appeals from Su.
preme Courts of Hawaii and Phi
ippines to the United States Court
of Appeals and Supreme Court
Not to be Passed this Session.
partment yesterday charged wltn lar
ceny In the second degree. He is al
leged to have broken into a store con
ducted by John Kalaukoa and made
away with some merchandise.
CONDUCTOR VS. POLICEMAN.
Have a Mix-up on Liliha Street Rapid
Officer Van Glesen and a nelectric
SENATOR HALE IS
OF WILGOX MATINEE
j WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. -
Ed. Stiles Selected to Represent the ' n . . . .
H j People interested ia Hawaiian aa
Clergy-Sol. Meheula, L. Aseu, F. . ter3 here afe oa th?
Wcod. W. C. Ah Fook, Ed. stiles, j Judge George A. Davis, who Is ryort
Henry Smith and Geo. Hayselden ' ed from San Francisco to be Ht ate
are Elected as New Vetrymen. j wa nere to apply for the depotfetoa
' of Judge Antonio Perry. Judge .Davis
charges Perry, according to an Inter
view in San Francisco, with iwcom-
CHINESE SOCIETY DISAPPOINTED
If ITU TH
The election of the vestry and ;
church wardens of St, Andrew's '
Cathedral took place in the Sunday j petency ana violation of the Coustita
school room of the church last night tlon of the United States, ia certata
at S o'clock. ; criminal cases, particularly, that at
The meeting began with the reading : one Osokl. a Japanese, who was pot
of the minutes of the last meeting by on trJa, wlthoMt indictment.
! Secretary Ed. Stiles. These were ap- In thls conneclloili bl(. hJm
e Philippines should be' tered Ut ,n th Unlted StytOS at thecar conductor had some trouble with
vKh the Chinese ciHosUoni outbr0Hk of U,e sPanlsh wir was thG!one another yesterday on the Liliha
First California Regiment of my brl
gade. It was sent to the Philippines,
under the command of Colonel James
F. Smith, who was made a Brigadier
Genoral and later a Justice of the
Su promo Court of tho Philippines.
"The National Guard of California
jls -In an. excellent condition, welt
equipped 'and' fdWy '"for- service at
anv time. The fact that we were the
street car. The Rapid Transit uonv
pany allows a policeman in uniform
free transportation and Van Glesen
by showing his badge was entitled to
a ride. The conductor did not take
this view, however, and pushed A'au
Glesen off the car.
After a mix-up Van Glesen arrested
the man and took his seat in the rar
but did not take the man into custody.
Case ot Common Humanity to
Take Care of tie -Foundling.
riuor I ittli. P.nhpc anrf ar. Arrest. 1
V.. .--.. WVH-V -.- ... v . .-. .
ed for Gambling Porto
introduced in Congress looking u th
carrying of cases from the Supreme
Trio of Orientals Dallied .Too Fondly proved and Rev. lucent Kitcat, who
acted as chairman of the meeting, ad-
4 drPRRPfl thnn nrount cnrtni. tVint Ua '
Rican ! number of vestrymen In r-hrch I Courts of Hawa!l an th Philippli
i ro.;o.i i,- . i i .u. ! to the United States Court at AivnMh
j cnargea with uarceny. he r congregaUon j and Supreme Court. If those bills pas
i to settle the number. ' at this session, which is hardly r-
! Business brought before Judge "Wil-! Mr. Piinala moved that the number sarded as probable, much of the irre
j cox at police court yesterday morning ' De seven as in his opinion this was gularlty that has been complained of,
received oulck disposition. The ses-lenough for the PurPse- His motion both In Hawaii and the Philippine
:sion was extremely abbreviated, and r,"S SeCnt,ed and nanim0sI- r will be subject to rectification by the
He renorted the matter to the -High
"l first regiment to be called out shows Sheriff but it is probable that it'wl'lf
Mmistsr W Wants Commission, i that the Nationai Guar was in a beH not go any further.
Minister Wu Ting-fang, digging up
tanse ia the traty of 1SSA, which
m ribes a way for the Chinese mln-
-r to make representations to this
ter condition than any in all the
l States of tho Union. If it had, not
been necessary to wait for registra
tion blanks from Washington we
would have mustered the regiment
:ntry concerning U. operatloas of! fivo days oarlIor than wc didt
ORPHEUM'S BIG BILL.
Sugar and Tobacco People Work
i for Red
i Chinese society circleV were again' AVood.
! doomed to disappointment - In 'not Joseph Morse then moved that the
hisiott. has written a letter to Sec-
'iry Hay protesting against the ex-
mh law s being too drastic, too
mi Hating to Chiaese merchants and
iwlers, and so forth. He is pretty
.v.'i up to date, is AVu. He keeps
- bis; specs well rubbed. He has
:ed that the appointment of a
mmisskHt lu the matter of the Ni-
amia caaa) has never failed to set
". whole project back two or more
' trs Se j proposes that the Unit-r
states appoint a commission to in-
-' ' cate the subject of Chinese excJu-
Seeks Csneressional Investigation.
In his letter. Minister Wu says:
ppeallng to the provision of Arti-
4 of the treaty of 1SS0. already clt-
! I think it proper and incumbent
upon Oottgress. before actlag upon the
qitkm efaew iegtsiatloa. to exam-
.., itk care into the hardship suM
' d by the Chiaese sabjects. and '
The.Brlgadier General has been all-
Hogan's Funny Folks Making a Decid-;
ed Hit in Country Coon. j
Hogan's Funny Folks are playing
their farewell engagements this week.
ing in health for several months and , To.nght w, be th9 last appearance
as a matter of fact, has not been Quite of the talented vaudeville artists, who
well over siuce the encampment of are scheduled to leave for the Coast
the troops at Santa Cruz last summer, t at an early date, and to make way for
He is the proprietor of the California j Lee's entertainers arriving by the
hotel in San Francisco and Is also In-' Alameda yesterday,
torosted In many other enterprises. The Orpheum was well filled last
the attending to which finally caused ', night. The Country Coon proved
him to break down with a bad at- even a greater- hit than on the even
tack of pneumonia. ' in Previous. Hogan, the inimitable,
Genoral Warfield decided to como,ca"5ed the People to hold their sides
j to Honolulu verj- suddenly not engap-; Thp spec,aU,es were good and
lBg nib biaiurooui uu iU .-v.oua uv- brought out gener0Us applause..
Most of Lands and All Cuban Crops
Which Threaten Annexation
Concessions Are Not Made in Du
ties Options Held by Octopus.
WASHINGTON, D.' C, ' Dec. 31.
There is a steady current of opinion
Pearl Harbor Sites.
Rear Admiral R. B. Bradford,
hfinriMO CnlOnirtM-. f an4-n PnAnV 1. - Ti. a . .
A continuance was granted Reoria lot for tho nnmo of ,ha uM V... BB'" ? .BflP"t, a -
Held Under Option by Trusts Garcia cnarged wUh larcenj. of wear, This motion was SPConded bv touowing to say regarding--tie enp.
if ing apparel belonging to J. L. Kau- Piinala ami was unanimously carried, i " .',C l?r a nl ta'
. lukou. Thp posh will pnma nn im pv vinront T.-j f i.. .j tlon at Poarl Harbor:
morning. ; those present concerning the election " hftt t&e Government desired was
; Ah Foo. Ah Chuck and Ah Chee of church wardens. The clergy was i a s,te on the etu,t side ot the etttraace.
coyly admitted they had dallied with to elect one warden while the laitv anu on the south sido of Pearl. Harbor.
six-sided dice, employing the little t should elect the other. He himself n what is known as the Bishop ee
cubes to persuade money from reluct- nominated Edmund Stiles a church ' tate. The site originally fixed upon
ant pocket of unsuspecting country-: warden in behalf of the clergy and In- j covered an area of S00 acres. -The se
men. They were fined $lo for gam- structed those present to elect their i tate fixed the value at f 3M an
' filing nVit.i-rtK ...o..!.. (... .'-
a- , , ....U.V.U uiutu.
which the United States considered
settinc toward Cuban tariff reduction
Senator Lodge came out firsL stal-! "e,case f drunkenness met the, Piinala nominated Solomon Mehe- exhorbltanL The condemmutoa
, -j.-.r- . i ""w . - "" tui. , uu. iu. uummauon oeing seconded by owiinn- .-- .. . ... .
. ' Alex. Illhia
wart in his advocacy of reduction in
pursuance. of -the President's recom
mendation. He is powerfully sup
ported by Senator Aldrich, chairman
MURPHY HALL PROGRAM.
t Edmund Stiles nominated Henry
. Smith, seconded bv J. C- Anderson.
' Alav Tllhl ...!. .1 , i . .
...,.v. mum niuiurew nis secona to t
fore 11:30 a. m. of the day on which; Tne nmsjcai features were taking. ' of the Finance Committee, wno says
the steamer was to leave at 2 p. m. i and tne perpetrator of more than one i-Cuba must have relief. Now comes
The sea voyage did the general much , typical song found it a most difficult senator Hale, chairman of the Com-, en at the Murphy Club to-night-
('UUU uuu Ul """ " 1U' uc""' ! ",u"cr l" apy-ase io popu.ar ciamur. i .,. Qn Xava, Affairs wth the ' Illustrated lecture,
health than he was wnen ne oepartea , nogan renuereu a comic song, in
from San Francisco. ' which he facetiously referred to sev-
t'.at this examination can best be.
ide by a coaiic-blou. who will rislt, The muslcale of the Kilohana Art
W localhiw: ia the United States ' League on Monday evening. January '
vh.re Cfataese most largeiv coagre- 20. will create an agreeable surprise
. J era! prominent local characters.
KILOHANA LEAGUE MUSICALE. Trusty and McClain secured their full
J share of praise.
Is To Be Held at Castle Manoa Valley The bill, with additional specialties.
Residence ' wJ11 be repeated this evening.'
l . . . , . .
same opinion. He says that tne duty i
of the United States toward Cuba is J
plain, and that it cannot be evaded '
rpprilnc- nrk fflAn InoMtufnJ u-.t..
the laws of the Hawaiian Islands pco
i vidlng for the condemnation of lands
' for Government purposes.
frustrated Lectur., Music. Songs and the nomination of Solomon Mehoula "U the rePTts ' finding of the
Many Other Attractions. made by Piinala, whereupon PHnaia Jury 5n tn cndemnatlon proceedings
The following program will be glv- withdrew his" nomination, leaving' be trns' and ' fQls l nav no offlctel
Henrj- Smith the only nominee and knowledge as yet. the United State
, moved that the nominations close. ', will purchase from the BleboD estate
Surf Causes a Washout.
"Hats and Ar
chitect' Mr. S. P. Newcomb iais was seconded and the motion i a tract of COO acres, which, at $75 an
Song. "Ragtime Millionaire".: unanimously carried. ; acre, the price reported to be fixed
--'-- A.. Williams Joseph Morse moved that the sec- u th iun-. mmld m-l tfa. ..
; Song. "Give Me a ChIcken".Jos. Eckles ' retary be instructed to cast a vote ; -.,-. k- - - v
with honor or conscience. Cuba is j.Poom, "Coming Back to Oahu" , wh! was unanimously carried. , propriation of $150 (MO and this wonid
the foundling of the western hemls-' Henry S. Swinton, Morse then -moved that the meet- ,-. raM nf ttLznoa - -,
phere Wing on our threshold and it ' 5on5 and Dance j03. Eckles ' In5 adjourn and was seconded by , . rofue or "',, ."
P ere. .. ing on our .nre.nom, and Everett Fred Wood, whereafter Rev. Vincent 9,aded fr dima and a, ol-
s a case of common humanity, says , Hofcw - -; t disml38ed .. conCTPt,Cnent Peases. The dam.ges that wooid of
. Tho heavy surf caused bv the strong - f enator HaIe- to take care of the in-; M Robbins Present at the meeting were the,t a essity bave to be paid, would be
... " fjint it lonQf until -t i-"n rnrTlo nlnno - r,.i . . ?-..?.-.-.. -tt .-.... . r -.. i . -. . .
-. .- -?-i . rrartft vrir'titz renc-w) --nv., r i. - -- - . vw. .w.. uuier arirrfTinn tn H -i-- -, wiwwiur. incenL Krrnf rhairt-i-n. vr iu idirb 'Aiicio tMiiriDKsrr buh
' '- 7"R "" 1WM,a ,SSo7the cmanoiS. -Uroad tracer alua. tZ ? The sugar and tobacco people are during the entertainment ! Edmund Stilus, secretary; Joseph leased a part of the ground, and tad
nd-and by a mi investiga-, $1 SrriTist e it regular morning Lin was, therefore. ' wo hard for r of l- . ' F. W. Wood. A. a PHnaia. L. , it ready for sngar cane cakivatkH,
r ,a ascertaia ow the present J"Jt Sa her StW music ale to pass and a train was sent j aDd, have a s" lohh nere; The" WANTED TO BE ARRESTED. Aseu. Alex. Ilihla. Peter Whilmarsh. Reparation woaW be demanded for
ri rwramooas anert xae uniuese :.... .. ... -- r,. i.. . i uom oui me mrea. oi annexauon u a . J. c. Andsrson tent!--- Dvi-t i- , .
room ai toe wsue r-siaeiice a. ji-- -- -"& ureK. . j...:- iJ. j- tr---' ; T -.- . . ' - . --" .!'- "--
A Aldrich gave as a reason for Ws ad- Freferrcd SIx Months Walking the I"" " -y r. s. ntz. , -Agaln. the United States Gerera.
vocacy of tariff reducUon this fear of Streets all NighL . . . ' a nave i oauns.
....., oucic.y to meex. , ot certain people to whom thr Go---
The Hawaiian Historical
1 how their exclusion affects the
nnn a moonHsrht nisrht has hen Irom that place to town, A reDalrinc:
amies ta qnesuon. i mink sochichosen for tbe occacion. and a trip by crevr was .dispatched to the scene of
nveeagatlna lsdefromCoagres.,carria-;c or eicotrlc car int0 one 0f the trouble and the damaged place"
iew of the treaty stipulations, of our most beaut'fol valleys together Quickly put in order.
Wire of the Imperial Chinese j with the opportunity of enjoying the j '"
" rnment and-of the great Jaterosts j appointments of this- prirate music . Police Arrests.. i
oled. if sm-b a commteslon Jsap-, hall, make much to ha anticipated be-' Included in Vffrriair-,TTncT,-,nHo
- . - - .. ( '-- - - V - -..---? 4-U-l
Streets all NighL .
annexation. He. said the country was ' "Can yon give me a place to sleen
-,-.. i r - . j It . .: fn- .v -.!.-. u . . 1 US xiawailan lilS-Orlral 5rlf r ' Prnmonf of T Tun-all hit uiU ptaln
-tut iiv "" -uua-uuD, -uo iaai iuv iuc,i(,u saiu aa unsnaven, BU--' -in t, tj -.---..- -.. -- -.- - ...
people generally, he believed, were . Sry looking.indlvidual who "drifted in-S , annual meeting and elec-. fishing rights, aad these woald ia ail
-.-.. .-I. . . ; t-, .u . . . . . tlon of officers at tht n.irtim-.,-- - . -. K.ktu. v- . i ii . i
ujjyuacu iu ii. -- .ic uucf -lauon SOOUt a O ClOCK. . .- .- i -j muauiiiij iau..c wu uhj iiuaiu. IB Wf-"
A trust representative last week last night and approached the night l -T. - '" T building this evening. : der to free the land Included Is the
: M.sanW bop that their report, side the music itself of which a pro- by the police department were the! sdmitted that most of the land and alii clerk. He wore a new overcoat, the' TaieIWw!ll be called to order prospective naval station site, from
nW satisfy Coagrs that further sram will be printed later. J following: Kekapa, gambling: Kwongj of the crops in Cuba, were held under ' collar of ' which' wjs turned up over'ttt ' r J S Em-erSon I all inenmberances."
v-Usioa of Chlneso from the United j Music and Danclno ' TaJ heedIess driving; Mrs. Kameho- options by the sucar and tobacco J bis ears. A lafge, new straw hat; 'of 1 readapaper. WALTER E. CLARK.
States i nnaeeossary. But If that! 9' mawole. investigation insanity An- trusts, and that iu depended upon the j the kind worn by sailors ashore grac-1 ---------- . j a . ... t
Hnuld not occur. It ought to make M"sl the Qowwae Club, fol- toni gouza Cambw assault .J action of Congress whether these op- -d bis head. ---- 1 Sing for Charity. ; Runaway Averted.
plain to Congress that the present! M V -cing on-the- lanais will Jose Cosellio. larceny ' tIons wuId taken aD or noL;Jfi "I'm sorry." caid g nght crerfc One-half the proceeds derived from: Alexander Isenb-- t,n ,!!
.... ., , :,. J"e a feature after the dinner at the , - vo uo. inrceny. . -j-, ,. n?,Hn ni i "but w&-r n --,in. - .-,- . th ,-. i,L ' ." L !? .. A,exanler isenhe g"s tram, attach-
" m- iu vnHHrinn ni WSIICH O.I1U .... ..... . - ' . -- - ' ' -- -- s- vl.-. ...... - - ..--... , .r iuuj-' - "v-cui w-ict. irifct'ii rT rnp Kl. i -1 M .. .u r I.It. -r
" " i Hnu-a inn MnTnl thic Ai-.n n I ' '
l-.u-t.. .. .w. .,. - -.....-. I
Porto Rican Jailed For Larceny.
tamu-nity aad Inflict upon the Chinese
unnecessary hardships and indignl
ties that they are not In harmonv
. . . ... i
wltn taif treaties; that they work m- placed under arrest by the police d day evening.
- Aft-w . kftWM
The choir of St. Andrew's Cathedral;
-. ; )n. r-i i J e-- -...- -J -. i Irnr t-.s-. 1 ;---. T - t -. .. .
-v.. wc Minru Liu. tu .liic. u.. miii c...s - 4i iiii -.3t: i- i i hit r.n r !--- . r-iir innne .i wmni r.-ac .& . .
Rehearsal at st Anrfr-.v- . .." -r:. .L . ... . -.! .. .-- . . . - . -,".c ". 7Z ." ---.. wxKwwa at ine was seated
,, ,,-.-.--.--., . iLi nri-ir- tr ihr mTyrr is ktot.? iintiii ktsr m ni-rtr r-i- lor- .,.-. M9tti(a-
-,- -.-. -. ,- -v-u. !.. . -0--. .M J.'iJ.S LIdI .iirt? . " -.illl.
the options will lapse, aid the Cubans 1 dollars."
became frlehtned at a
House. Saturday passing car and aUemptPd to ran'
'- -" i evenlnsr. Jsnnirr 15th --ill v j- -... .
A. Porto Rican, named Jose- was rehearsed some special music yesjer-! will have to shift for themselves: J "Mr .name, is Macario"- W t,Ped to.nrov!din- enrm-- f-v" -J !21 " tC" ,? vestera a"
..... .... ..-,. ." i .? ' - .-
WALTER CLARK. w "ribai3n't.a.cent..cj3oner.aajers at-Kalaupapa,
comforts for the lep-noon. .The animats were ecntrollad
1 rlfoKn-- aiakn..ti.. f - ,('.
PLAIN DUTY OF DMTEBL STATES ,' the docket was cleared in ,ess than ,' ev. Vincent Rlt&t then instructed ! i.eded. theVniBlWOTtsrnriT
fifteen minutes. - j those present to nominate vestrymen. ' subjm tQ ( United States
--!. - .. 1.-..X- Solomon MehenI nnrl T.. ,9oi .n J l u-iieu outn
iuc vitai,c ui U5MUH uuu llitliciv i y SUDreme Court Hilt mnnt- tUtm
Hard for Reduction Ijarni Lum Yip was deferred until stiles' bv A. C Piinala- nnd Hnnrv ' fafrs' especially, beforo matter, et '
H Mdriday morning. The ban ton of Smith and George Havselden by Fred ' Jurisdiction will be considered.
before damage was done.