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HONOLULU. H. T.. FRIDAY, JANUARY is, 1904.
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Associated Press Cable to the Star.
WASHINGTON. D. C Tan. ie The Senate Committee on Pacific
Islands and Porto Rico today favorably reported Senator Blackburn's
bill to reimburse ex-Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii for the loss of her
crown lands. The "bill provides for paying her $200,000 in full satis
faction of all claims she may have against the United States on account
of the lands.
Associated Press Cable to the Star. ,
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 15. Japan's last reply has been received
and the situation is improved by it. Diplomats state that the outlook is
FORMER, JAPANESE .INTERP'rE-
TER AT THIS PORT IS MADE AN
INSPECTOR OP IMMIGRATION."
race for m mm record
The Famous Steamship St. Pan), of the American Ifiae a:
Lucania, of the Clinard, in Atlantic Race.
Friends of A. H. Gnffeney who was.
Japanese Inspector at the local Imml'
gratlon station for some months, will
be pleased to learn of his promotlou'ln
the service. The Seattle Times' of JanJ
uary 5, has an account of his eleCatlbn
The accounts reads: '
Hard work and a knowledge of Im
migration affairs has earned'promotlon
for A. H. Gcffoney, Japanese Interpre
ter In the local governrnertt office. Mr.
Geffeney has received-official noti
fication from WasMngton of his ap
pointment as an 'Inspector In tho ser
vice. During the past few months Mr.
Geffeney has been the Japanese in
terpreter, at this port and has render
ed the government good service because
of the fact that he speaks the lan
guage fluently as the little brown men
from the Orient.
"hlle In the East recently Inspector
Estell was Informed that Geffeney
was to be promoted, but the notice did
not arrive until late yesterday after
Before coming to Seattle 'Mr. Gef
feney was In the government Immigra
tion service In Honolulu and San Fran
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Associated Press Cable to the Star.
BERLIN, Jan. 15. The report that Russia asked for permission to
send her Black Sea fleet through the Dardanelles is confirmed.
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
LONDON, Jan. 15. Sir Arthur Chambqrlain presided at the meet
ing of the Tariff Commission today.
STRIKE IS ENDED.
Associated Press Cable to the Star. t
CHICAGO, Jan. 15. The livery strike was settled today by a com
promise between the strikers and their former employers. The men
have returned to work.
REFINERY ELECTION. ' x
Associated Press Cable to th? Star.
NEW YORK, Jan. 15. The American Sugar Refining Company
today re-elected its former officers with the exception of the vice-president.
W. B. Thomas was chosen vice-president.
Associated Press Cable to the Star.
MANILA, Jan. 15. The American gunboat Qurios, which was re
cently grounded, has been floated and is undamaged.
The Honolulu Engineering Associa
tion -will meet In the Assembly Hall,
over the offices of Castle & Cook, Ltd..
corner of King and Bethel Streets, on
Monday, January 18. Mechanical, Re
frigeration, by O. R. Williams, will be
the subject of the evening. This
paper, the reading of which was post
poned from the last meeting on account
of small attendance, will be an interest
ing one and should call forth a large
CIRCUIT COURT RULES.
Judge De Bolt has completed his pre
paration of rules of the Circuit Court,
which will be presented for approval to
all the circuit Judges, for general adoption.
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These giant flyers, which In their contest Mr the championship of the Atlantic make their great speed-trial
across the sea to England, demonstrated the keen rivalry existing between the great trans-Atlantir passenger lines.
The carrying of the mails quickest Is the chief point at Issue 'between the two companies. Captain Roberts, of the
St. Paul, and Captain McKay, of the Lucania. deny any Intention of racing, but notwithstanding tins, enthusiasm,
reached fever heat among their respective crews and passengers.
MUST WORK LONGER
Cabinet decides at a confer ence this month that em
ployes SHALL INCREASE H-J RS OF DAILY LABOR BY HALF AN
HOUR LOCAL FEDERAL EMPLOYEES WILL BE AFFECTED BY
THE ORDER NO OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION RECEIVED.
A MESSAGE SENT IN OPPOSITION TO THAT SENT BY CAIITEIC
' AND ATKINSON AND ASKING THE DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
TO WITHDRAW THE BILL FO R RATIFICATION OF THE HAWAIt
COUNTY GOVERNMENT ACT. ....
sent, to Kuhft1 by. Secretary resets .the view, of 'Ca'rier aifd 'tlie ad-
Atklnson this morning is said to bV no't ministration, as well as the Republlcun.
The cable :
the only one that wnt forward to him county committee, and It Is believed the
todny on the subject of county govern- Territorial committee. The other Is sent.
I ment. Another message from Honolu- by persons who don't waHt any con-
The recent decision of the Cabinet to 4 p. m, Including time for lunch. The lu is reported to have gone, asking the gressional aotlou and arP mttre or lesa
wnereoy government employees are to new decision adds nair an hour to tne , delegate to witnuraw tne Din wnicii lie opposed to county govr
be required to work half an Jiour working period, so that employees will Introduced In Congress, to provide for A petition is being clrcu
ratification of the county bill.
The cable sent by the Secretary rep-
longer a day will be quite far reaching now work until 4:30 p. m.
In its effects. Much to the regret of Collector Stackable has not received
the employees In the Hawaiian Islands any advices on the subject as yet but ,s44
it will reach this far. It will probably th order will probably arrive In the 1 ,
affect the employees In the Philippines next pamphlet Issued by the Treasury
and other American possessions as Department regarding the conduct of
well. the Customs service. All other de-
Forrrierly the hours for government partments In the United States govern-
employeps to work were from 9 a. m. ment service will be affected.
business men for signature
to the Prince, opposing thej
to a cable
ness men of the city. The Postmaster
is desirous 'that the latter aid him in
every, way to make the new move a
success and refrain from holding let
ters that might be mailed earlier until
the last moment. The new rule affects
only ordinary letter ruall In the cases
of registered letters, packages and the
like the malls will close'two hours be
fore 'the sailing of the steamers, as formerly.
CHANGES IN HONOLULU MAILS.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 9'. Post
master Flsk has made the announce
ment that all the ordinary letter mall
for Honolulu will close at the Ferry
station an hour previous to the sailing
of the steamer. Instead of two hours
earlier, as was formerly the case. This
is done for the convenience of the busl-
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES.
Not only talk but reproduce songs
and Instrumental music best. New
stock at Bergstrom Music Co., Fort st
are a specialty to
which we give par
ticular att.:: :.
We are completely
equipped to attend
to' all the details
of your Invest
ments In real
operty either as a
purchaser, or tak
ing It as securi
ty for a loan. We
will see that the
deed or mortgage Is
executed and rec
orded, that your In
terests are fully
protected before the
termination of the
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The no tic. of stockholders In Incor
porated companies Is particularly di
rected to the following remarkable
statement of facts.
There Is one corporation In the Isl
ands which has been doing business for
over ten years and -Which '.3 not affect
ed by either hard times or flush times;
ways received not only everr dollar
paid in on their stock, but good and
substantial accumulated profits. It Is
called tho Pioneer Building & Loan
Association of Hawaii, and has Just
moved Its office to No. 122 King street
Star Want ada pay at once.
Fire, Life, Accident,
PI Me Glass, Surety Bonds
Wo are Moving
to our New
Fort Street, in
Lowers & Cooko
Oily Bill Poured Oil
On Political Waters
BY- RESIGNING CONTROL OF OFFICE SHERIFF ON ISL
AND OF MAUI TO HIS PREDECESSOR SHERIFF BALD
WIN TERRITORIAL OFFICIAL NOW IN FULL CHARGE
SENT WIRELESS MESSAGE TO HIGH SHERIFF.
SIBERIA BRINGS FIRST SHIPMENT
OF SUPPLIES FOR. THE MARINE
GUARD THAT WILL BE HERE.
The political Insurrection on the Isl- Your order received and carried out at
and of Maul Is now over at least so once. Sheriff Baldwin."
far as the office of Sheriff Is concerned. VThere Is no further need," said High
County Sheriff William White evident- Sheriff Brown' this morning, "to both
ly acquiesced in his dethronement and er about any possible trouble over the
surrendered to the forces of the Terrl- oftite of sheriff being surrendered to the
tory Tor Territorial sheriff Baldwin is Jormeniholuer. SherllT Baldwin appears
now In charge. from this dispatch, to have had no
It had been feared by High' Sheriff trouble and Is now evidently In com-
Brown that perhaps Sheriff ' White rlete charge. This telegram was sent
might refuse to surrender the - office tc me In answer to a second one of In
to his predecessor. Sheriff -Baldwin qulry that I sent to Sheriff Baldwin
ond that it might be necessary to..m.nd asking the progress of enforcing my or-
relnforcements In the person of Deputy der for him to take possession."
Sheriff Chilllngworth and some stul- The High Sheriff had expected to con-
wart bouncers, to the nld of Baldwin suit with the Attorney General this
but this fear was not corroborated. morning regarding the possibility of
This morning the High Sheriff trouble In the Maul department, but as
received the following wireless message Sheriff Baldwin enforced the order,
from Sheriff Baldwin: "High Sheriff there was no occasion to bother further
Brown, Honolulu, tala, January 14: about the situation.
several weeks from San Francisco, so
they had to take .passage on the Ame
rican vesse), as the Coptic and Amerl-
ca'.Maru are the, next vessels sailing
from San Franclaoo Their work will
keep them In the Hawaiian Islands a
bout a month. They will go to Hilo
next Tuesday and finish the outside In
spectlon before beginning work at Ho
Since the supervisors of the shipping
InUruBts passed; under the control of
the new Department of Commerce and
Labor, It Is llkaly. that there may bo
new regulations to enforce. The local
seafaring people seem to think that
there will be may new things for them
to learn during this visit of the Inspec
tors. Various exminatlons will be held
by thp nspectors In order that the men
employed on the various steam vessels
can' secure' renewals of their licenses
and perhaps secure higher grades of
license. The inspectors are at the
The first shipment of supplies for the
lnew guard of marines that is to be sta
tioned at the local v.aval station arriv
ed by the S. S. Siberia Wednesday. It
consisted of six leg Irons and six wrist
irons. Captain Catlin, the commandant
of the guard who is-here waiting for his
command to arrive, took charge of t.ie
initial shipment of supplies.
The case of the United
Muriyama set for trial before Judge
Dole this morning, was continued ow
ing to the illness of Attorney J. W.
Cathcart. Breckons said that he un
derstood that the defendant In an
other case set for Monday would pleait
gulllty. Jurors wfere excused untie
Judge De Bolt this morning confirm
ed the report of the commissioner, J.
S. Emerson, In the partition suit of the
Kaplolani estate against Ruel Kinney
and P. Helemano.
FEDERAL INSPECTORS ARRIVE
TODAY FOR ANNUAL VISIT
WILL GO TO HILO.
The Federal "Inspectors of hulls and
boilers arrived from San -Francisco this
morning by the S. S. Alameda. They
are Captain George H. Whitney and
Carl F. Lehners. This Is inelr third
visit to' Honolulu ,as they came In 1902
to Inaugurate the examination of ves
sels and seamen engaged In the Inter
Island service. George Claggett their
secretary accompanies -the Inspectors
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. .
Typewriter Ribbons, 90c; typewriter'
paper, 90c. to $2.35 box, at A. B. Arlelgh.
& Co.'s, Stationers, 1156 Foijt street.
BACK ANNUALS WANTED.
To meet the demand for complete
sets of the Hawaiian Annual the rub-
The barkentlne Coronado arrived to- Usher will nay J2.00 each for nerfect
day at noon 14 days from San Fran- copies of the Annual for 1S82 and 1883,
sco. &ne nna a Dig loau or. rreignt. ana- to aId partles to complete files he
- 'xv exchange any Issues from 1899 and.
In America Chamberlain's Cough several other earlier years for dunll-
Remedy is a great favorite with the cate3 of 1877 u 1880, 1SSC, 1893 and 189T
moiners oi smau cnimren xor corns, tney may have
talns no harmful substance and always
gives prompt relief. Sold by all deal
ers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents. for
Thomas G. Thrum, Stationer and.
Publisher 1003 Fd't Street, Honolulu.
LAST DAY OF LINEN SALE.
Tomorrow is last day of Sachs' big
January Linen Bale. These bargains
are positively at an end after tomor
row and may never again be equalled
In the linen department.
THE OLD RELIABLE
The inspectors arrived some what Young hotel. .They will decide later
earlier than usual. The cause for this where they will have their headquarters
action was the fact that the Alameda in the cltv after their return from the
was the last American vessel to sail In other Islands.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Never a time when sound foot weal
was more necessary for the rainy sea- . .
son. The best shoe for the money is
$3.00 Shoe -
Tina Invisible cork . k.ner sola.iPnn-
sylvanla and Essex lasts l. lace''bal"
or Congress. .J
IOOI Fort Street'