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HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAX, MARCH 14. 1903. ,
No. 3427. 1
.WILLIAM R. CASTLE, JR., LEAVES HONOLULU IN
JUNE TO BECOME AN INSTRUCTOR IN THE DE
' ' PARTMENT OF ENGLISH LITERATURE IN HAR
1 YARD IS AN ALUMNUS OF THAT INSTITUTION.
Ison f one of the early missionaries of the
: HaVt&ifasf Islands. Hc isjan alumnus of
Following his Graduation he returned to
William R. Castle, Jr., expects to. leave Honolulu about the
beginning of June to enter the instructing faculty of Harvard
.University. He has recently been appointed Instructor in the
department of English Literature, and leaves to take up the work
of his appointment.
Mr. Castle is a grandson i
American Board to the
Harvard University. Following his graduation
Honolulu and entered business with Philip Lansdale under the
firm name of Castle & Lansdale. The firm will not be dissolved
, but the business will be continued by Mr. Lansdlae, Mr. Castle
retaining his interest in the firm .
Mr. Castle in accepting the position at Harvard is carrying
out the bent of his inclinations wheih are toward a scholastic life.
He has already received the congratulations pt many friends on
the promising outlook before him in the vocation he has chosen.
;'Mr. Castle was married about a year ago fn Boston, his wjfe
being a member of one of the old New England families.
THE ROYAL f .
A -THE LAST RITES OVER THE REMAINS OF THE LATE
A PRINCE.. ALBERT 'KUNUIAKEA THE LAST OF
THE KAMEH AMEHAS" PROMISES TO 'BE AN IM
POSING PAGEANT THE PROCESSION.
The funeral of the late Prince Albert Kunuiakea' tomorrow
promises to the the largest affair of the kind in Honolulu since
the remains, of Princess Kaiulani were laid in their last resting
place. The procession will be a long and impressive one, in which
the Governor and staff, heads of departments, the justices of the
Supreme Court, the military and others will take part.
The remains will be moved this aftternoon from where they
have been lying at the deceased's former home in Palama, to the
hall of the House of Representatives, formerly the Throne room;
p-111 the Capitol huilding; Froni clcveirto olie o'clock tomorrow "'
the body will lie in state, the room bein open to the public be
tween those hours. From 1 o'clock to 1 130 a short service will
be held by thte Catholic clergy, at the conclusion of which the pro
cession will start.
The Capitol building main entrance and the Throne room are
being decorated today. -The desks of representatives are moved
out of the way, and palms and other evergreens are being placed'
on every side." Carpels have also been laid, and there were heavy
A By Authority notice from the Governor's office, published in
today's Star, gives the order of procession and the line of march.
More applications for places in the procession are coming in, and;.-'
there may be some additions. It is expected that thc"re' will be a'
very large public attendance'.
ON THE WAY
Associated Press Cable to the Star. , ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 14. Bonds for the sum of
$320,000, for the payment of Honolulu bubonic plague fire claims,
were forwarded from here today.
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY BANQUET.
The St. Patrick's day celebration this year will be by a banquet
in the .evening at the Union Grill. Arrangements have been
made for an excellent list of toasts by some of the bpst speakers in
Honolulu, and the evening will be an enjoyable one.
'influenza Is always more or less pre
valent at this season of the year. This
disease is very similar to a severe cold
and It allowed to take Its course Is. lia
ble to cause serious results. The best
treatment for influenza is to avoid ex
posure and take Chamberlain's Cough
Itemftdy. This medicine gives immedi
ate relief and If used as directed, will
ward off all dangerous consequences. It
leaves the system In a natural and
healthy condition. It always cures and
cures quickly. All Dealers sell it. Ben
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THE CUBAN TREATY
GERMANY WILL ASK EQUAL' PRIVILEGES WITH
AMERICA AND RETALIATE IF SHE IS DENIED
THEM, IF THE TREATjY IS RATIFIED, AND
OTHER POWERS MAY FOLLOW HER EXAMPLE.
Associated Press Cable to the Star
BERLIN, March 14. If the C?qban treaty with the United
States is ratified the German Government will ask identical priv
ileges to those given totheUnited States in the treaty. In the
event ofr (uVilemand being irefiisedlGermany will retaliate. Tlie
German policy will probably have 'mitators among the powers.
VENEMLA "TT PAY
Associated Press Cable to the Star. '
CARACAS, Venezuela, March 14. The initial installment of
the debt due to Germany will be paid by the Venezuelan Govern
ment next Monday. M
PLAGUE AT MAZATLAN
The price given in the above dispatch probably represents the
value of Cuban sugar in Europe, uninfluenced by the United
States tariff. Cuban sugar is not all 96 test and this also prob
ably has an influence on the price.
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SPARE H TREE
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
MAZATLAN, Bexico, March 1.4. Deaths from bubonic
plague continue to be frequent. Three hundred and forty-four
persons are isolated hi quarantine.
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 14. Debate continues in the
Senate on the Panama Canal treaty. Senator Spooner is reply
ing to Morgan, defending the scheme proposed by the administration.
CUBAN SUGAR FOR EUROPE
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
HAVANA, Cuba, March 14. Three thousand tons of raw su
gar have been sold here for shipment to England, at 1.85' per
pound. European crops are poor.
protests against the extent to which the
. trees in thomas square are being cut
down 'And thinned out, are made rea
sons GIVEN BY THOSE WHO PROTEST.
A number of citizens, both men and women, have written to,
or called at the Star office to protest against the amount of tree
cutting which is being done at Thomas Square. The protests are
made both as to the amount of cutting being done, and to the
pirnciplcs on which it is being done.
Most of those who have expressed themselves on the subject
recognize the need and advantage of some thinning out of trees.
But it is claimed that a great many more trees are being cut down
than there is any necessity for, and that in some instances trees
are being cut down which are the only ones of their kind in the
city. It has taken some of these, years to grow, and apparently
without consideration of the matter, the number of varieties of
trees in Honolulu; and in this park are unnecessarily decreased-
Complaint-is made in particular that the trees growing along
the sidewalk on Beretania are beings cut down. This is said to
be about the only place in Honolulu where trees arc growing
along a sidewalk, shading the sidewalk and making a stroll along
under them pleasant at almost any part of the day. The general
necessity for thinning out the trees, it is claimed, fails as to these,
because being along the outer line of the Square they arc neither
crowded in by other trees, nor do they crowd in other trees. Those
who object to this particular part of the 'work say that tiicre ought
to be shade trees growing along the sidewalks in all the residence
parts of the city.
The protests made are that more trees than is necessary are
cut down. j
That rare species, in some cases the only specimens of the spe
cies in Honolulu are cut down, when the end aimed at could be
accomplished in some other way.
v That the' trees along the sidewalk, shading the sidewalk and not
top much crowding other trees in the park are cut down.
An engagement which has just be
come known to the friends of the Inter
ested couple Is that of Miss Cordelia
Hyde of Honolulu and T. M, Collins of
Plttsfield. Mass. Miss Hydo Is a niece
of tho late Dr. C. M. Hyde, and Is well
known In musical circles, being a
charming vocalist and a woman of
many accomplishments. Mr. Collins Is
a wealthy bridge manufacturer of
PIttslleld, Mass., and an uncle of Mrs.
W. It. Castle. The marriage will take
place shortly before tho departure of
tnt Korea which will carry the newly
married-couple to the coast. Mr. Col
lins has spent hlB winters In southern
lands for several years past. Two years
ago, he. spent the winter here, and
agaln this year. '
NO FUNDS TO SECURE HIS EXTRADITION AND
BRING HIM, BACK APPROPRIATION OF $1,500
FOR THE PURPOSE OPPOSED BY WILLIAMlIL
WRIGHT'S FATHER-IN-LAW AND DEFEATED.
REAPERS IN TURKEY.
Agents for American agricultural
machines sold In Constantinople last
year 370 reapers and movers, two
binders, four rakes and one thresher.
No effort was made to sell binders, be-
cauKe they nre considered too comp
rated for satisfactory use by the
THE ROYAL FUNERAL.
The big funeral pageant of the late
Prince Albert will be the last chance
to witness a Royal state funeral.
Kodaks rented by the Honolulu Photo
Supply Co.. at a very low rate. New
shipment of fresh films.
Twenty-five cents payB for a "Want
ad In the Star. A bargain.
Wray Taylor will not be brought back to Honolulu. The House
of Representatives saved him from all danger, even if he should
be caught, by its action yesterday in refusing to appropriate the
sum of $1,500 for expenses of the Attorney General's Department.
Attorney General Lorrin Andrews will cable to special Deputy.
Lindsay, as soon as the Alameda reaches San Francisco, instruct
ing him to discontinue the chase after Taylor, and if any main
land police make the arrest they will simply have to release their
Lorrin Andrews sent a communication to the House yesterday
asking for the appropriation. In his letter the Attorney General
stated that embezzlement was on the increase, and there was no
fund at his disposal which he could use to trace embezzlers ana
bring them back here.
John Gand'all of Kauai, father-in-law of William II. Wright,
the absconding treasurer, opposed the appropriation. He said that
the accounts of public officials should be cxaiyincd before they
went away, and h was-against any appropriation for .catching"
Wray Taylor. The appropriation. Was refused.
Lindsay"is on his way "to San Francsico armed with all sorts of
legal papers to meet whatever emergencies may arise in conncc
" tion with the extradition .of Taylor, but unless funds are in sight,
Andrews will cable to him lo return at once. "I can't pay ..his -expenses
out of my .own pocket," said the Attorney Gqneral. "Wc
did several days' hard work to get the matters into shape for
r Lindsay to go, but it all comes to nothing if the legislature re
fuses to allow funds for it The police on .'the mainland have
been very ggpl about it, and the chances of locating Taylor and
bringingkim back appeared to be very good."
"The action of the House last night settled the Taylor case so
far as his arrest and return is concerned. As they refused to
grant an appropriation to defray the expenses necessary to arrest
him and bring him back and as I can not get him here without
money, I do not see what further my department can do. As 1
pointed out in my letter to the House, there is absolutely no ap
propriation for such proceedings and only by their making such
an appropriation could we take action. '
"I admit their action was a disappointment to me and it seems
rather hard after the work, spending two nights and .days on
this matter, to protect the public interest, and the very efficient
work that the Police Department also did in the matter, that on
the eve of success we should be forced to quit but as tlie majority;
in the House decided that they did not want him arrested I have
nothing further to say, but to bow to their instructions. 1 am not
here to criticise the members of the House, they are responsible
for their actions to their constituents and not to inc. I only say
that-the police and myself have tried to do our full duty in this
matter and wc are now powerless to move further. 1 selected
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., as agent for the department both because
lie was experienced in police work and also a lawyer, and intrust
" ed with him all the papers necessary io compass Taylor's arrest
and bring him back to this Territory. I shall be forced to cable
him today requesting his return with his papers as there are no
funds at my disposal to pay Any further expenses.
"I think it but right that the pilbljjc .should understand thescu-. "
things' and that our-departmcnt tried to do its'Tnll duty." ;
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T CAUGHT STRANGE FISJI. '
A strange fish was caught off Kalihi yesterday by some fisher
men. It was a species of devilfish known to the natives as muhee.
The fish measured 4 feet 4 inches in width and weighed 10J
pounds. This is the first fish of that variety that has been caught
in these waters for five years. . ,
SACHS' SPECIALS THIS WEEK.
Ladles ribbed vests 10 and '12l cents.
Extra tine English and Madras Ging
hams 126 cents yd. Kid gloves, gua
ranteed, J1.00 pair. Sachs".
Tho Plan of -the PfoneeV Rullrtlng and,
Loan Association encourages Its mem
bers to make monthly savings of stated
amounts $1.00 or any multiple of l.uu.
The odd dollars of one's Income are
thus put to substantial use as each dol.
lar paid In Immediately begins to earn
Interest. Loans made to its sharehold
ers are paid back In monthly Install
ments. Tho Interest earned for 1902
was 11 per cent. Pioneer Uulldlng &
Loan Association, Judd Building, Mer
chant street. J. L. McLean, president;
A. V. Gear, secretary.
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