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-I I I If yon mult to THE HAW AHA The Hawaiian Ntnr Is (ho paper that rocs into the host lioiiipof llonoluln dny's Nous todny yon can fluu 11 In THE ST AH I CLASSIFIED ADS, THREE LINES, THREE TIMES TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. QUICK RESULTS VOL. X. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUARY iG, 1903. No. 3378 STAR. Candidates To Succeed Dole JOHN (MART LEADS THE 110 But the Republican Central Committee Refusesto Endorse H!s Application The Ten Per Cent Touch. JURORS WILL . GETTHflR PAY MONEY FOR FEBRUARY TERM AND ALSO FOR THOSE SERVED WITHOUT PAY. WHO PASSING OF PAUUSENBERG HEAD OF THE HOUSE OF H. HACKFELD & COM PANY DIED THIS MORNING IN BREMEN OF PERITONITIS BUSINESS; HOUSES CLOSE OUT OF RESPECT TO HIS MEMORY. Chief Justice Frear Is at work on his report, which will bo to the legislature through the governor, with recommen dations for appropriations for the judi ciary department. The department "went broke" some months ago, having a balance of 29 cents In the treasury, out of an appropriation of $35,000, for jury fees and other expenses. The report will Include a recommen dation that about five thousand dol lars be set aside for the payment of jurors who have served during the last few terms of the first circuit court nnd the last terms of the other courts. There fire over two hundred jurors who 'have money due. them, from a few dol lars to nearly a hundred each, as have those who sat In the last term of the first circuit court and the last terms of the other courts, Some of the jurors The candidate most prominently men tioned for successor to Attorney Gen eral Dole Is John W. Cathcart, at pres ent deputy attorney general, but the Republican executive committee has so far refused to endorse his application. In this connection there Is talk of a re fusal by Cathcart to "respond" to the little Invitations sent out by the com mittee during the campaign, asking employes of the government to pay ten 1 Who wanted to get the money have per cent of their salaries for campaign .been discounting their claims. Several expenses. The members or the com mittee, however, state that this does not influence their action in the matter. In connection with possible applica tions for the position, the prospect of,, the Job being much reduced In Import ance and salary Is a good deal men tioned. The county bill looms up In the near future, taking away most of the work of, the offlce. 'E. CP. Dole was tne local money lenders have been advonc lng money on them, expecting the leg islature to provide for paying them. The appropriation of $36,000 will prob ably be lncrenseil this time to 'allow for the extra' Jurors and for three judges' In the first circuit court. All three will be able to hold court at once, with News of the death of Paul Isenberg, The deceased left, an estate of much Sr.. nt Bremen was received thlfc morn- wealth. It has been estimated as be ing by cablegram. The death of Mr. lng,. between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000, Isenberg was a great shock to the com- nuiijh of the wealth being represented munlty. He succumbed to perltonltus byMnvestments in'lhe Hawaiian Isl- at 3 a. m. today. Alexunder Isenberg ands. No .details of the mariner In and Senator D. P. R. Isenberg the sons which this estate Is to be disposed of of the deceased had little warning ot nave been announced. the death of their father. The first The deceased was born April 18, 1S37 Intimation that the elder Isenberg was The late Paul Isenberg was a native 111 came early this morning In a cable- of Braunschweig. Hanover. He was gram stating that he was very low the son of a Lutheran minister. He and In a very dangerous condition. This came to the Hawaiian Islands on a visit cablegram was sent to Alexander Isen- In 185S. He went to Kauai soon after berg. The latter cabled to the family his arrival at Honolulu. Mr. Isenberg In Bremen for further news of his became so pleased with the Islands father's condition. Shortly after 11 that he extended his proposed visit ln- o'clock this morning a reply arrived to permanent residence. He married stating that .the elder Isenberg had Miss Maria Rice a sister of W. H. died at 3 o'clock this morning. Rice and daughter of the former man t Twn. -. nv.-ma hv th ager of Llhue plantation. Mr. Isen nevs. When the death of the elder berg succeeded to the management of r.h, mn.io knmvn tn Mm pm, that plantation. He developed such ployes of H. Hackfeld nnd company. tne' marked executive ability that he utmost grief was maniiVsted. The de- brought the plantation to a high state ceased was one of the firm of H. Hack- of excellence and profit. He showed o.i mr.nr.v what was then unusual activity and ' , . daring the scope of his enterprises As soon as the news became generally fl waB probnbly the flrst man to bc known about the city the various sugar , the .system of extensive llumlng and factors, banks, and a large number of funnelling with water. He continued business houes Immediately closed their f number ot years as manager ot doors out of respect to the memory of L)hue plnntatlon and ,n addition, the late capitalist. The entire estab- aniassed mUch welth ln othel. ,nvest. llshment of H. Hackfeld and Company n)ents ,n tneBe lslanda. By llls first hub ciijocu UH1I.CU1U..C, u.iu h- h ,1 phllriren Senator Isen would entirely RECONSTRUCT US SENATOR MITCHELL'S BILL TO AMEND THE TER RITORIAL ACT MAKES ALL KINDS OF CHANGES IT ELIMINATES THE "MONARCHICAL FEAT URES" WHICH THE SENATORS WERE TOLD OF. Associated Press Cable to the Star, v WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 16. Senator Mitchell of Oregon will introduce in the Senate a bill making many changes in the Organic Act of thc Territory of Hawaii, to bring about the changes recommcridefi in the Senate commission's rcp'ort just presented. The act will provide that all American citizens shall be eligible to hold the position of Governor of the Territory, striking out the provision that the governor must bo a citizen of Hawaii. It reduces the minimum age limit of the executive from 35 to 30. The age limit of Senators of the Territorial legislature is also reduced to 21 instead of 30 as now. The bill reorganizes the Territorial government to do away with features of the present government which the Senator re gards as monarchical. It also provides for the creation of local governments' in the Territory of Hawaii. The bill is drawn in accordance with the general recommenda tions of the Senate sub-conimittcc which recently visited the isl ands, and carries out the measures that committee advised. first attorney general of the Territory, and there is little reason to doubt that his term has covered the most Impor tant period that there will ever be in the history of the office. The legisla ture Is expected to make a cut ln the salary, when the county 'bill goes Into effect. . . A. L. C. Atkinson is also talked ot for the pciitlon, but he has stated that he does not want it. Atkinson is deep ln politics at present and will probably stay there for another campaign. STOCK" PRICES By cable to the Stock Exchange. ,C AV T?n A VPTflPH Tnniinrf V Thfl , 1U11U 111B UlL mc wiv uwmhio " the 10:30 session of the San Francisco Stock and Bond Exchange this morning on Hawaiian stocks. They show some recovery from the downward tendency of the past few days. Hawaiian Commercial $42.50 , Honokaa 13.75 Makawell 2G.00 Paauhau 15.G25 juiv inula, UUIIUK me IieAl iwu vuuia, , . .. l v. wile lit; UilU IVU IJllllUICll OCIIUWI Jactt- .... n . . I mpssnens were sent to the branch . . j lor 11 me oupreme court ueciues mat,; " . ,7 V tm . .i,..i..n oerg inu uora, wuu uuerwunis iiiwiku such sessions are not allowable under , houses at Kai ua Hilo not If j lng the Rev Hans isenberg of Knlau,. Kauai, the present law, the law will be amend- managers of the death of Mr. Isenberg JIr Iseni,erg was invited by II. Hack ed. ,v"d directing them to close their estab. fe,d and Company t0 become a member For the term beginning February 2, ljfhmenta at once The various planta- of thnt flrm nnd ao entering Into ac. money will probably bet forthcoming to tlon "hlch the .d;es,el1 intel" tive membership In 1881. In the early pay jurors. The legislature will be ln ested elthfr as a stockholder or agent seventies Mr. Isenberg married Miss session before the term ends, and an ' u'ju "i Glade a sister of II. F. Glade. By his appropriation may be hurried' through respect was shown by them to ln time to give, the Jurors their fees "'-""" of $2 per day and $1 per verdict. second wife, the deceased had six chil dren, Alexander Isenberg who Is the PORTO RON FAMILY DESTITUTE :o:- Naturally no details concerning the Russian and German consul of this city lest sickness of the deceased were re- and vice President of the firm of H. celved In the cablegrams. The first Hackfeld .and Company; Julia who' cablegram urieny stated tnat ne was married Lieutenant barkhausen of the dangerously 111 of peritonitis and the German army; Clara who married A. second arriving within a few hours of Wendroth a capitalist of Muessen; the other, told of his death. The fun- paula, Htchard and Carl Isenberg. eral.was announced to be held January Lieutenant Barkhausen Is a brother ot 18. next Sunday. Mr. Isenberg was ln th mnnnirir nf Plonepr Mill. 1 his C6th year and' was a man of ap- After n career ofn number-of "years 'farently robust health and vigor. as an active member of H. Hackfeld ,mOTnvn .Mri Comlrfg as unexpectedly as It did, the nnd Company, the elder Isenberg re- iMONTALN O AND Hlfa FAJIIU DLb- ; news of n(s death cast a great gloom moved with nearly all his family to TITUTE IN HONOLULU AND ' over the commercial community as he .nremen where he and his wife npd sev- OT,r.., .aa,a.M.T-T-, 1 was at one time one of the most pror eraj 0f the children have since lived. bEEIvINC AbMblANOE. mlnent and active of the men who de- jtr. Isenberg was the head of the firm vcloped the industry of the Hawaiian' being president. He visited Honolulu t,.(, w i. j Islands. last In 1901 leaving for home In April ot -r.Pr.t.-."Jn5,ua! h-U"B.1y ?.d. The deceased had a large family, his the same year. His health was under- t ikI.Iaiii nml IrrVif Miilflrnn aiirHvo him. stnil tn lm pfind nnd hi Month U'Jl H Is ?he nameof the mothwWher'ThSS The chilen are H. A. Isenberg and In consequence of such repcyt. a much children? ' Senator D. P. It. Isenberg of Honolulu, greater shock than It would have been iu' " I. . . .1 .u ' .Mrs. Hnns Isenberg of Llnue, Carl Isen- had any news of his sickness been re- talvo the legless Porto Itlcan youth who J":rS of T1'' F'l arrived here from San Francisco some months ago to search for his parents. or more persons. ABOUT SEEDS. THE VOLCANO TRIP. A trip to the volcano has not only been divested of the great hardships -with which it was, once encumbered, nf tto Inuo Mm rntpq Vinvn hppn so .till, v ...i- . . V. rn,in,1a 1,r.. V. mlU, l. reduced that one can afford to devote " "" a week or ten days to a visit to Ha- come a public charge. Considerable wail's greatest show without having to correspondence and consultations on the go into bankruptcy at Us conclusion, subject Passed between the police and And now Mr. Trent Is advertising fur- Customs olllclals and finally It was ther reduced rates for parties of ten decided not to deport the man, a ruling the Treasury olllclals. The mother of Montalvo was employed at AValpahu plantation. She said she would take care of her crippled offspring so he went to her some time ago. This morning the woman accom panied by a lltle girl and a small boy appeared at the police station seeking for assistance. She said through In terpreter George Macauley, that she and her family had been ordered off the plantation. The party came to Hono lulu six days ago seeking employment. They have been unable to secure any worK and in consequence the llttlo money that the woman had saved Is gone. She seeks assistance from the Governor, The matter was brought to the attention of the police. Lieutenant Barkhausen of Luneburg; Mrs. A. Wendroth of Muessen, and n-in tho )w .i,nt ,-u IOu ! Bichard Ienberg and Miss Paula Isen- had been amputated close to the hips j berg ot Bremen. and he had no money It was at first thought advisable to deny him a land- Beautifully Illustrated Book on Seeds and Plants' Free. The Cox Seed Company of 411-413-415 Sansome street San Francisco has Is sued Its annual Illustrated catalogue of seeds and plants. It contains a com plete price list of all the seeds and plants grown on the Pacific Coast. The Cox Seed Company Is among the largest growers and dealers of the best seeds and plants and trees ln the west, and their business Is rapidly Increasing ow ing to the fact that growers are giving the preference to native-grown seeds over the eastern product. A conv of the new catalogue will be mailed free to any address sent to the company's headquarters at 411 Sansome street, San Francisco. Star Want ads pay at once. KHHHHHHIBHBHEHHHHHHHHHHHHH j I PACIFIC SKIT THE SENATORS THE LEASE D LAND LEASE COMPLAINED OF BV COMMISSION CONTAINS CONDI TIONS THEY OVERLOOKED. FIRE SALE TOMORROW. Fire sale of Ice Cream freezers, Gra nltft' Cnnklner ntenslla. flishp.q nml hnuap furnishing goods commencing tomorrow , 13 stated, Is that the lessees have Saturday morning at Corner Klnir and "Breed to preserve the forest. smith streets. SPECIAL THIS WEEK. Curtain Swisses, 48 Inches wide, 20 cents value, 7 yards for $1; extra fine Madras, 48 Inches wide, CO cents value, 35 cents a yard; Rainy Day Skirts, $2.75 each this week at Sachs' Dry Goods Co. m H OF California FINIi CANDIES. Good candy cists but a trifle more than the other k'nd. We sell the Good Kind. Kandy Knfe, Fort and King streets. celved Otto Isenberg a brother of the de ceased died at San Francisco the latter part of last year. The remains were brought to Honolulu for burial. cut down, any trees now growing or being, or which shall hereafter grow, or be ln nnd upon the nbove demised pre mises, or any part thereof except as special permission for the same may herein be given, and will at the end, or other sooner determination of the said term hereby granted, peaceably and quietly yield up unto the lessor of his successors in olllce, all and singular the premises herein demised with all erections, buildings and Improvements of watever name or nature, now on or which may he hereafter put, set up, erected or placed upon the same, ln as good order and condition ln all respects (reasonable use, wear and tear except ed), as the same are at present or may hereafter be put by the lessee, his exe cutors .administrators or assigns. "The government reserves the right to take possession of such portions of the premises covered by this lease as may be required for laying out, and constructing new roads or improving or changing the line or grade of old roads, and to take soil, stone and gra vel as may be necessary for the con struction or Improvements of such roads, such taking however to be sub ject to the provisions of Section IV of Land Act of 1S95." The lessor Is Samuel Kauhana who conducts Manuka catle ranch, for which the landing Is at Kapua. The report of the commissioners states that " a tubulated statement of receipts nnd expenditures of the olllce of the Commissioner of Public Lands an dthe Terrltorfal Surveyor General shows that In a single year the gross revenue from all sources amounted to $117,101." There figures do not includo the large sums received for public lands by the department of public works. The Senate commission's report on the land question In Hawaii was n sur prise to Land Commissioner E. S. Boyd as well as to many others. The" only deal to which attention is specifically directed Is a lease of 22,S0u acres of land on the Island of Hawaii for an annual rental of $75 altogether. This lease is of a tract of land which the land com missioner says is worthless and Is only used by passing cattle over It from Manuka ranch to Kapua landing. The land is all rocky. The main consider ation In behalf of the government, it DISASTER FEARED- : Asu'iatcd Press Cable to the Star, NEW YORK, Jan. i6.-7The trans-Atlantic liner St. Louis is five days overdue from Cherbourg and there is great anxiety over 4 her. She carries a large list of passengers. CUBANJREATY . Associated Press Cable to the Star. WASHINGTON, ID. C, Jan. 16. The President has been in formed that the Cuban treaty will, be ratified by the Senate. There will be seme Democratic opposition, however. :o : TO BE CARDINAL. Associated Press Cable to the Star, ROME, Italy, Jan. 16. The Pope has appointed Vannutclli as successor to the late Cardinal Parrocchi, who died yesterday.? The Pope's haste in making the appointment of a successor is be ing criticized. The late cardinal was considered by many to be the probable successor to his holiness. :o: THOUSANDS PERISHED. Associated Press Cable to the Star. ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 16. It has been announced official ly by the government that 5,000 lives and 35,000 houses were destroyed in the recent earthquakes in Russian Turkestan. :o: . GONZALES IS SINKING. Associated Press Cable to the Star, , COLUMBIA, South Carolina, Jan. 16. Gonzales, the editor of The State who was shot by Lieutenant Governor Tillman yes-' ter(laj is sinking. The death of the wounded man is expected ' at'fany moment. It has now developed that Gonzales was un armed at the time he was attacked by Tillman. :o: PRIZE FIGHTER RECOVERING. . .- Associated Press Cable to the Star, SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 16. Frank McConnell, the prize, fierhter who was so badlv iniured in a nrize firrht .with Snider Welch last night, that it was feared McConnell would die, is convalescing. McConnell is understood to be the same fighter who killed Jimmy Franey, a Cincinatti prize fighter, in a fight at San Francisco in 1900. "::":-:-:::::-:"X":: x:H"M::"W:k g FURNISH BONDS FOR Administrators, Appeal for g Costs, Attachment of Realty, 9 Assignees, bookkeepers, Bank 2 Ofricials and Clerks, Benevolent m Societies, Corporation Officials, g Contractors, Executors, Era S ployers, Guardians, Government B Olllclals, Internal Revenue, M PostofTlce Olllclals, Receivers, g Territorial Officials, Etc., Etc. GENERAL AGENTS. va Fort St. Telephone Main 184. uins AGENTS H FOR THE TRUS COTT BOAT IM'F'G CO., MAR INS LAVNCHES AND EN GINES. CALL ON OR WRITE TO US FOR PARTICULARS AND PRICE LISTS. Pearson & Potter Co (Limit?'.) UNION AND HOTEL ST3. PHONE MAIN 317, The proposition to lease the land was discussed In the Executive Council here and agreed upon by the council. The lease contains the following conditions aside from provisions for the payment of rent, taxes, etc.: "The government reserves the right to take up any portion or portions ot above land for bona fide settlement and other public purposes, and further that the lessee Is to keep the land clear and free from lantana during the con tinuance of the term of said lease with out deduction of rent. "It Is hereby further stipulated and agreed that the lessee shall take such necessary Bteps, which may be re quired during the term of this lease, to protect the present forest growth, now growing or may hereafter grow on snld demised premises. "And also, that the lessee, his exe cutors, administrators and assigns, shall and will bear, pay and discharge at his own cost and expense all costs and charges for fencing the whole or any part of the above demised pre tfilrcs. If such fencing shall be desired by the lessor or should be ho required by any law now 1n force, or that may be hereafter enacted and shall and will indemnify the sail lessor and his suc cessors in ofllce, of, from and against all damages, costs, expenses nnd charges which they or the government of the Terrltor of Hawaii may at any time sustain by reason of any neglect or refusal of the lessee, his executors, administrators nnd aslgns In the per formance of the premises and agree ments last aforesaid. "And also, that the lessee, his execu tors, administrators and assigns, shall not do or commit, or permit or suffer to be .done, pr cut down ,or permit to be ALASKAN ARRIVES 'LAST NIGHT. The S. S. Alaskan arrived last night from Knhului. She was delayed sev eral days loading sugar on account of rough and rainy weather. The vessel Is now nt the Railway wharf loading sugar. She will probably go over to the Naval slip tomorrow and sugar will bo lightered from the Railway wharf tomorrow' and Sunday. The Alaskan Is to sail for Delaware Breakwater Sunday night. The vessel will be deep In the water and will depart at high tide. WILL CLOSE TOMORROW The premises corner Fort and Queen streets where the salvage sale of Kerr's stock Is going on will be closed tomor row, Saturday to prepare for final clearing sale on Monday. FRUITS. AND VEGETABLES. Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali fornia Fruit, Market when you want fruit and vegetables. He always hnf on hand a fresh supply of both Califor nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main 178. NOTICE. L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd., request all clulms against them to be presented at their temporary premises "The White House." 420 Fort street. All accounts duo ho firm must be paid at the White House. Facial massage by Frank Naud, the man with the electric hands. Silent Barber Shoo, Hotel utreut. Twenty-five cents pays for a Want ad In the. Star. A bargain. Twenty-five cents pays tor a "Want nd In the Star. A bargain. Toothache Is a severe test of a man's philosophy. A simple remedy Is to sat urate a piece of cotton with Chamber lain's Pain 'Balm and place It In the cavity of the affected tooth. One ap plication gives relief. Try it. f or sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents. Twenty-five cents pays for a Want ad ln the Star. A bargain. Baking Powder Makes the bread more heallliful. Safeguards the food against aluiru Alum baking powders are the greatest menace rs to health of the present da, IkOVAL 6AKINO POWO .. tW "0K. WB1' H FOR Cold Feet THEM AQUA Is the name of n really water proof shoe not made of rubber. THEY ARE BAD FOR (DOcV TORS as they save the doctor's bill. The No" Aqua Is a hand some shoe for street wear nnd guaranteed -x to be absolutely water proof. Sold exclusively by COMPANY, LIMITED 1057 FORT ST.