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Who is Your Tavorite School Teacher ?
VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
THU MUSI POPULAIt
Vol. VIII. No. 1fi22
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MAY 3, 11)1)0.
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ONE VOTE FOR S
0' School JB
4. TI11 Chief .UiMl:ti-l'tp. .
. Trcsldcnt Dolo was asked at
ft noon It thu rumor wus n no that v
$ ho had tho nssuranco of being
H appointed Chief Justice of tlio it
Territorial Supremo Court. Ho tt
A replied that ho had previously it
been apprised of the rumor tins it
ft morning, hut wns not In pos- it
, ft session of n partlclo of Infor- -.lift
matlcn as to Its truth. ft
REPUBLICANS SOUND THE GALLl
Enthusiastic Gathering in the Drill Shed Last
INlht--Rouslng Speeches Strike ihe.
Key Note of Actlon--Plan of Organi
zation and Committee.
KEHE1 JAPANESE STRIKE
It was not tho unexpected that do- onded by Captain Pratt: Samuel Par-
vclopcd In response to tho call for a kcr, Paul Neumann, T. B. Murray, V.
Heijhbilcan naily mass meeting last C. Achl. S. M. llallou, J. II. Boyd, J. L.
nlgiit. All of tlio two bundled unn l Kaulukou, A. V. Gear, A. N. Kcpolkal,
...... l...l... I.. !. Tlplll illinil wrnm ill. P T 11aiiu T? T" Qllllmnn W 14 lMnn
Tho labor situation on tho Island of cuuud luug uctoro tuo meeting wus P. C
Ucpubllcnn party statute Immovably, The R solution
for tho maintenance U piotoctlon to ricsolvcd, lly tho Hepubllcans of
Amcilcnn Industries, In that tariff that tilu island cf Oahu, In mass meeting
..as changed the deserts of Hawaii Into assembled, at Honolulu, this 2d clay ot
ftultful Holds and llllcd this land with jiny, ignrj, n9 follown. to wit:
happy homes. Mr. Scwnll referred to i. 'jimt the Ucpubllcnn patty of tho
tho policy cf cxrnnsion as torccd on Tcrrlloiy of Hnwnll should now bo
tho Union by destiny. Thcro Is no organized, and that n Territorial Con
country whero tho American Hag (lien vcntlon should bo held for this purpose
which win ucneiii so mucn uy cxpan-1 2. '1 hat n call bo Immediately Issued
requesting nil citizens qiiuimcu iu vuiu
Maul Is anytmng but happy, luday
comes tho nows that COO Jnpaneso la
borers have gono on a strike and la
borers throughout tho lsianu mo In u
restive It not ugly mood.
Tho ball opened Monday morning
when COO of tho Klhcl Japaneso re
fused to go to tho ilcius. Muoir uiloged
gricvanco Is found In the interpreta
tion of their contracts, 'llicso eail lor
ten hours actual work In tho Held. The
Japaneso claim that tho tlmo required
going to and from their work should
bo Included In tho ten hour day.
Immediately tho laborers refused
duty Manager Poguo marched them
over to Walluku whero they wcro ar
rested Individually and collectively for
refusal to fulfill contracts, and con
fined in the jau and skating rink. They
npeared In court Tuesday, represented
by John Utchnrdson, George Hons act
ing for Manager Poguc. Mr. Poguo ro
fused to acccdo a slnglo point to tho
strikers. Representatives ot tho Ja
panese Immigration company used
every effort to conciliate tho men and
wcro apparently meeting with good
success when tho strikers took a now
turn and refused absolutely to return 10
tho plantation. Wednesday morning
their attorney ndvlsed that tho ma
jority of tho men return to work leav
ing ono or two to mako tho fight In
court and test the case.
Tho laborers charged Richardson
with working for tho plantation, would
not accept his advice, and Mr. Rlchard
son resigned as their counsel. When
tho Lehun lefftho laborers wero with
out counsel aner wcro ono by one sen
tenced by tho court. Manager Poguo
isscrts that bo will fight tho affair to
tho bitter end through tho courts and
will not grant tho claims ot tho labor
ers It ovcry Japanese leaves tho flold3.
Japanese on all tho plantations of
Mual appear to bo preparing for u
strike at any moment At Olownlu,
whore concessions wcro made to strik
ers, tho Japaneso aro reported to be
sllchtlns their work slnco their vic
tory. At Klhcl tho California miners
driving tho wells wero turcatened with
attack by tho Japanese. At Lnhnlnn
Hugo Hancberg, a luna discharged at
,. tho request of strikers, was threatened
" while In the field. Ho was riding sur
rounded by several white men when he
espied a gang of Japaneso coming to
wards them armed with hoes and
clubs. Tho Intention ot tho laborers
was apparent. Hancberg mndo good
his escape. Tho attitude ot tho labor
ers, however, was demonstrated to be
serious. Hancberg arrived In Honolulu
by .the Lehua today, ho having accepted
a Dosltlon with tho Olaa plantation.
J. P. Cooko received iho following by
th cLchua mall:
, Klhcl, Maul, May 2d All tho con
tract Japanese on tho Klhcl plantation
have refused worn nnd nro under ar
rest In Walluku, nnd tho trials aro go
ing on. is far as can be learned ths
men havo no stated complaint, nor
havo they mndo any. It is thought tho
matter will bo satisfactorily arranged.
Tho majority of tho men did not want
to strike, nnd It is believed they wero
coerced by tho leaders.
Tho houso of Malnnlulu on the promi
ses ol tho Princes David Kawananakoa
nnd Jnnnh Knlnninnnoie was entered
by a couplo of whlto men last night,
but, tinuugh tho resistance offered by
th enatlvcs, nothing was taken.
A Thomns Square Nuisance.
Thcro has been n lot of complaint of
'into by tho pcoplo who go to Thomas
Square to hear tho music of tho band,
ot bicyclists who persist In riding their
machines Into tho park. Several acci
dents havo barely been nvortcd and tho
pcoplo nro getting tired of thu thing.
Cent's Hcrmsdorf dyo black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 23 cents,
at L. D. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono wcok only; don't fall to sec them.
' THE WATEUMAN IDEAL, FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
The M. P. Grace Is discharging coal
at tho Pacific Mall wharf.
DAY AND NIGHT CUSSES
toon ii-ii. trd Floor 9 A. M 4 P. .
HOUM I j:o :j P.
called to older at 7:45, nnd proceeding
weio not far advanced until tnite
times as many more people llllcd the
Lai go us tho meeting wns, nnu large
ly taken on trust as to the loyalty ot
lis Individuals, it conducted itself un
der tho direction of an able and ex
perienced parliamentarian with most
admlinble order, in tho dllfcrencui
that naturally arise over vital ques
tions and technicalities as well, a
spirit of fair play and good humor
dominated everything. It was all In all
a most gratifying exhibition of Amerl
cans conducting their own politics in
dependently yet decorously.
'1 hose present included tho following
named, n largo proportion being of the
older residents. Thcro was a goodly
sprinkling of native Hawallans, besides
forelgneis who had never ncccpted po
litical privileges under tho Republic of
Hon. H. M. Whitney. Hon. II. M.
Scwnll, Hon. Cecil Brown, Clarence S.
Cinbbe, Dr. Whitney, Al. Hoogs,
"Jack" Atkinson. J. T. Do Bolt, C. D.
Ballard. W. M. MInton, J. A. McCand
lcss, W. h. Howell, George Hcnshall,
Aurora S. Humphreys, G. W. H. King.
J. B. Athcrton, Thos. Krouso, Hon.
Sam. Parker, D. G. Camarlnos, Rev. J.
Knuhane, James Boyd, J. L. Kaulukou,
A. N. Kepolkai, Charles Girdlcr, Dr.
Howard, Senator J. N. Wright, W. C.
Wocdon, J. Alex. Lylo, F. S. Dodgo, Mr.
Turk, Oscar Lewis, C. B. McClellan.
A. G. M. Robertson, W. C. Parke, W. It,
Farrlngton, Patrick Ryan, E. B. Mo
Clnnnhan, Gcorgo Mnnson, Harry Ev
ans, J. G. Rothwell, B. G. Holt, Col. W.
F. Allen, Dr. Hodgers, J. Nakulna, 1.
Rubensteln, Frank Archer, W. C. Achl,
Chas.D. Wright, Frank Wllburton, J.
Fnrnsworth, W. Sopcr, H. E. Coleman,
Oliver Stlllman, W. L. Howard, L. D.
TlmmonB, W. A. Bowcn, Harry Woot
cn, E. Oscnr Whlto, Col. 'J. H. Sopcr,
Prof. M. M. Scott, Fred W. McChesney,
Henry Davis, C. J. Folk, Jos. Nott, W.
Wagencr, Dick Daly, Dr. Emerson,
Joseph Emerson. John Good, Geo. A.
Davis, Gcorgo W. Smith, Emmet May,
Mr. Louden, Dr. Shorcy, F. J. Lowrcy,
Captain Bergcr, Thos. J. King, Dr. A.
E. Nichols, J. A. Oilman, J. M. Mc
Chesney, C. Athcrton, Geo. Dcnlson,
Geo. F. McLcod, Ed Towso, A. John
stone, H. F. Wlchman, C. Crclghton,
A. A .Fisher, Daniel Logan, Capt. C. J.
Campbell, Frank Hustncc, John Hnn
lon, A. V. Gear, A. M. Amweg, L. W.
Schweitzer, C. A. Brown, A. W. Pear
son, A. J. Campbell, E. R. Hendry, F. J.
Berry. C. M. Cooke. J. H. Fisher, Wil
liam Fisher, T. McCants Stewart, Cap
tain J. C. Cluncy, Dr. Burgess. Frank
L. Hoogs, Dr. Garvin, C. M. V. Forster,
W. C. Roe, W. J. Coelho, K. R. G. Wal
lace Lorrln Andrews, James Nott, Jr..
J. K. Brown, Auditor Genernl Austin,
Olaf Sorcnson, Senntor II. W. Schmidt.
M. A. Gonsalvcs, J. D. McVeigh, W.
Horaco Wright, John W. McDonald, W.
A. Hcnshall. Lylo A. Dickey. F. E.
Nichols. L. T. Grant, George Paris, J.
A. Gonsalves, Capt. J. W. Pratt. T. B.
Murray, L. A .Thurston, E. C. Winston.
Comes to Order.
Clarcnco L. Crabbe. secretary ot tho
Republican club lately formed, called
tho meeting to order and asked It to
elect a temnorary chairman.
Hon. Cecil Brown was nominated uy
Geo. A. Davis, seconded nil over tha
house. F. J. Berry moved, seconded by
Harry L. Evans, andlt carried by una
nimous cheers, that tho nominations
Mr. Brown took tho chair nmldst a
round of applause, and gavo this open
ing address: I feel honored that this,
ono of tho first meetings to organize a
political party in tho Hawaiian Islands,
whlcn wo hope soon, from tho nows re
ceived today, will shortly becomo a
Territory of tho United States, should
choose mo for chairman. Most ot you
nro citizens of that country. The Busi
ness ot this meeting is to organize u
temporary party that may hereafter, In
consultation with tho Republicans of
tho other Islands, form a convention
to elect a delegate to tho Natlonnl Re
publican Convention, and otherwise to'
ndvanco conditions that will ultimately
mako this country a star In that flag
which we all love.
Tho Chairman then proceeded with
business, requesting tho election of a
temporary secretary. On tho nomina
tion of Mr. Evans, seconded by Mr.
Berry, Clarence L. Crabbo wns unan
Next the chairman read a list ot
nmlMn!lfio fsi. vIaa nrnal 1 An f a Invlf
, Ing tho meeting at Its pleasure to mako
any other nominations. This is 1110
list and, thero being no other named
proposed, It was adopted by acclama
tion on motion of Mr. Humphreys, sec-
Berry, R. D. Sllllman, W. H. Rice,
Iho Chairman read letters ot regret
nt Inability to attend ths meeting from
Messrs. Jones, Sllllman and Ncumnnn.
K. R. G. Wallace, when tho llrst wa3
read, asked to whom was tho letter ad
dressed, and was told, "To the Chair
man of tho Republican Mas3 Meeting."
T. McCants Stewart asked a similar
question regarding tho other letter.
Tho Chahman To the Hon. Cecil
Brown and tho Members of the Repub
lican Party Assembled.
Mr. Wallace They must have had n Dewey when ho touK up pomud
Tho Chairman You shouldn't havo
lskcd tho first question. Ho then rail
ed on Mr. Sewall for an address.
Mr. Sewull Speech.
Hon. Harold M. Sewall, United
States Minister to tho Republic ot Ha
waii when annexation took place, was
ircctcd with round after round of ap
plause as he camo forward. Ho spoke
If tho test of the privilege of bclug
here tonight Is that ono Is In sympathy
with this mas3 meeting, I nm entitled
to bo hero with you. Wo wcro told that
vo weio premature. On tho samo
jrinciplo that wo should wait for fa-
vois from Washington, wo ought to
wait until after tho next presidential
.lection. Instead of being premature,
this Is a tardy recognition of what has
been dono for theso Islands uy n Re
publican Congress and a Republican
President. Wo know that enough of
tho Tcrlrtorlal bill has passed both
Houses of Congress to give Hawaii
more privileges than havo ever been
tendered to any Territory In tho past
or will bo in tho future, "ou have the
privilege of dealing nt your will with
tho largo and valuable property of tho
Islands at annexation. Your great In
dustries trre brought forever within tho
lines of tho American protective tarltf.
You havo been given mnnhood suffrage.
Any man who doubts tho wisdom of
this has no right to havo part in such
a meeting as this. Whether tho con
stitution extends here of its own action
or not, you havo nil Its protections ox
tended by this bill to theso Islands.. It
has passed both Houses and tho Presi
dent, as a Republican President, will
loso no tlmo In signing tho bill. Tho
bill will then bo complete, and within
six weeks from now, hnrdly enough
tlmo for a delegate to get to Philadel
phia, wo will havo to pass Judgment
unon tho nets of the Administration
that has dono so much for Hawaii. It
will bo tho privilege of tho delegate
from Hawaii to speak out nt that con
vention for tno rcnomlnatlon, which
will mean tho re-election of President
McKlnlcy. Wo must recognize that to
night marks a new era In Hawaiian
politics. Frco speech and frco action
aro tho principles of tho Republican
party. Loyalty to that party will mean
loyalty to Republican principles, but
should tho tlmo over come, which I
hope may not, when tho notion of the
party and tho principles of tho pnrty do
not join, tuen wo will administer to
that party tho chastisement it descrve3
at our hands. If thcro havo been per
sonal differences or nnlmosltles I
would havo them abandoned. Do as
when tho Republican party was formed,
making It orond and liberal enough to
admit every man. Wo navo come to
tho parting of tho ways. It Is no longer
necessary to avoid taking sides for fear
of offending ono party or another. Thu
Islands must now becomo American.
Proper Pnrty Linen.
Wo nro hero to tako tho first steps to
ward that end, by enrolling our names
to form a convention to decido who is
to direct tho affairs of this Territory.
Tho day has gono by for a party on
these Islands which enn govern by ex
travagant promises on tho ono hand
or by threats on tho other hand. If
thero nro any disposed to Join a party
that tears down nnd never builds up,
thero Is another party to recclvo them.
If thcro nro any who dcslro to restrict
tho rights ot tho pcoplo, this Is not
tho placo for them. Tho Republican
party stands for a free ballot and a fair
count. This party started out and nev
er stopped until It had that principle
imbedded In tho Constitution no dls-
siun of these Islands. It will make Hn
wnll a great commercial center in this
ocean. It will build tho Nicaragua
cannl and put you In telegraphic com-1
munlcatlon with tho rest of the world.
It will build Aracilcan ships to con
duct n vastly Increased American com
mcrco ot which Hawaii will bo a focus
In tho Pacllic. They may call It Im
perialism If they will but It means that
your city, Instead of being nn isolated
spot, will bo tho Imperial city of this
ocean. (Loud applause.)
A. G. M. Robertson had a rousing
welcome. Referring to tho entrance
Into American politics taking placo,
he caused laughter by saying that,
when tho New lands resolution nnnex-
Imr ,ltn Talnnrta nti.anrl n.nttt. nunln
I hero were In tho position of Admiral
nnd intending to act with tho llcpubli
can party to meet on Saturday, the luti
Final Statement of
Kr, leyj's Illness
Tho caso of II. M. Levy has nt
last been olllclally decided. For
8omo tlmo thcic has been much
. briiuiiniou lis to wnat tnat uuel-
t siun would be.
Mr. Levy has been very reticent and
das expressed no opinion on thu. mat-
day of May, UiOO, at 4 o'clock p. m., ". Yesterday It was learned by a
at each election pieclnct, ns now exist- bulletin repoitcr tlmt Mis. Levy had
Ini- In hn Knvrrnl IJonrnarnlnllvn Ilia. UtldlOSSCd 11 letter to tllO JjOilld Of
didn't know to which pnrty they be
longed. Ho went on to state what tho
Republican party's policy had done for
theso Islands, besides giving them an
nexation, as reasons why ho found
himself there nnd glad to ba In such
good company. Old feuds nnd antago
nisms nro wiped out. Wo enter to
night on n higher piano nnd a higher
scale of politics. The Islands aro In for
a period of prosperity.
Mr. McCants Stewart mado a humor
ous speech, making excellent points of
old stories. Ho welcomed the move
ment now begun, and said they camo
together for tho good of tho Territory
of Hawaii. Tho asscmblago showed
appreciation of his remarks by fre
quent laughter and applauso .
Geo. A. Davis was reminded of meet
ings In Fancull hall. When ho dared
to appear before tho Hawaiian Com
mission here, and was asked what ho
represented, ho answered, "Just ono
Republican vote that cannot bn
bought." Mr. Davis gavo somo his
tory of tho two great parties. Ills
standing alono in tho courts hero for
tho doctrine that annexation brought
tho Islands under tho Constitution was
mentioned. Ho created merriment by
referring tojthcvlco presidents on the
piauornr- ns a conglomeration. u
looked like tho lion and tho lamb lying
down together to sco members of the
Court ot Claims and ot the Council of
State arrayed In a row. Ho wondered
there was not a deputation from U13
Chamber of Commcrco to protest
against tho number of lawyers. Mr.
Davis mado a plea for fair fighting In
tho new politics and tho eschewing of
W. C. Achl considered tho Republi
can party the ono that favored tho belt
Interests ot the Hawallans. Thcro Is a
paper In this town that misleads thu
Hawallans. It Is tho duty of all you
hero to lead tho Hawallans right.
Hon. A. N. Kcpolkal of Wnlluku,
Maul, was u Republican becauso that
party gave tho Hawallans manhood
suffrage. Ho was sorry to boo so tew
Hawallans present, but glad to seo re
porters present who would Inform his
friends on Maul whero ho stood. Mr.
Kepolkai mado an earnest pica for nn
educational campaign nmong tho Ha
wallans, who wero totally unacnunltitod
with the merits cf tho American par
ties. He charged tho Royalist Com
missioners with deceiving tho Hawa
ians on their return from Washington,
telling them annexation was dead and
tho restoration or tho monarchy In
Hon. S. Parker, besides somo hu
morous references- to his being In
veigled forward, Bald: You havo got
to go slow with tho Hawallans, you
have got to treat them kindly, and In
tho end we will win tho day. Although
not a speaker, ho claimed to bo a work
er, and would work for tho party.
Mr. Winston enmo forward and moV'
tilcts, and elect as delegate to a Dls
trlct Convention one pel son for every
thirty votes cast nt such precinct nt tho
last general election; provided, how
ever, that each precinct shall bo entitl
ed to elect ono delegate, nnd that the
polls Bhall bo kept open until C p. m.
of tho same day.
3. That the delegates no elected shall
meet In District Conventions on Wed
nesday, tho 23d day of Mny, 1900, at
10 a. m., and elect ns dolegulcs to a
Territorial Convention three persons
for eveiy ono Legislative Representa
tive to which each district is entitled;
said Conventions to meet as follows, tn
wit: In tho First District, nt tho Court
Houso Iu Hilo; Second District at Wnt
mca Court Houso; Third District, Wnl
luku Court House; Fourth District,
Judiciary Building. Honolulu; Tilth
District, Judiciary Building, Honolulu;
Sixth District. Nnwlllwlll Court House.
4. That tho delegates so elected shall
meet In Convention In Honolulu, on
tho 30th day of May, 1000, at 10 a. m..
to organlza tho Republican party of
tho Territory of Hawaii; to appoint a
Territorial Committee; to elect ono
delegate and ono nltcrnntc to tho Na
tlonnl Convention ot the Republican
party, to bo held at Philadelphia on tho
19th day of Juno, 1900, and to transact
such other business ns may bo deemed
necessary and proper.
5. Thnt a comlmttco, with power to
carry out the foregoing provisions be
elected bv this meeting, to consist ot
tho president of this meeting, nnd two
members for each of the following dls
trlcts ot Honolulu, namely: Wnlklkl.
Manoa Valley, Punahou, Pawaa, Mn-
kikl, Kcwalo, Nuuami Valley mauka of
Judd street, Nuuanu avenue mauka ot
School street to Judd street; Nuuanu
avenue makal of School street to sen.
makal of Punchbowl slopes Ewa of
Alapat street to sea, Alapal street, Wal
klkl to Pllkol street, mauka of King
street, Pllkol street Walkiki to Puna
hou street, Palama. Kapnlnma, Kallhl
Valley, Knllhl-waena, Kallhl-kac, and
Moanalun; and that nominations ot the
members of such commltteo bo made
by persons present at this meeting re
siding in such districts; but If there bt
no such persons present, then nomina
tions shall be mado by any person nt
tending this meeting, It available per
sons can bo found in such districts not
represented at this meeting.
Mr. Gcnr was not wholly satisfied
with any of tho proposals, but favored
tho original over tho others. Ho fear
ed tho amendments wns doing for the
country districts- what their authors
objrctpd to having dono for tho ton-n
Cn tho qroitfon btlng put on thn avts
nnd noes, tho Chair declared tho reso
lution of Mr. Stcwnrt Inst
Geo. R. Carter questioned tho iIpcI
stbn and In Impassioned strain called
for n standing vote.
Finally, oftcr n war on points of or
dor, n Btandlng vote wob tnken nnd tho
Choir declared tho resolution of Mr.
Tho meeting then elected tho follow
ing as tho members of tho committee,
and adjourned nt 11 o'clock:
Wnlklkl Jns. II. Boyd. J. A. Mc
Candlcss; Manoa valley H. E. Cooper,
II. S. Townscnd; Punahou Clarcnco
M. Whlto, W. H. Farrlngton: Pnwna
J. N. Wilclit, Georgo Manson; Mnklki
J. A. Oilman, Percy M. Pond; Kcwalo
J. B. Athcrton, Hon. Sam. Parker;
Nuuanu avenue, mauka of Judd street
Gcorgo R. Cnrtcr, M. P. Robinson:
Nuunnu nvr-nuc, mauka of School street
to Judd street A. S. Humphreys, P. O.
Jones; Nuunnu nvcuuc, makal ot
School street to tho sea Clarcnco L.
Health over a week ago touching the
matter. Later in the day thu follow
ing correspondence, which explains lt
dcif, wns given out for publication:
Honolulu, H. 1., Apilt 25, 1900.
To tho Honorable Board of Hcaitn ot
Honolulu, Dr. C. B. Wood, Presi
dent, Gentlemen: Having left my aomo
and fnmliy In San Francisco nnd Jour
neyed to Honolulu, for the purpose of
musing nnu eating lor my sjd, ulr. II.
M. Levy, who is now recoveilng fiora
nls recent severe illness, ind whom
you havo also released from tlio pinguo
Hospital, 1 nceni It my duty and pilvl
lege to which 1 nm Justly cntllluJ, to
ascertain from your worthy body of
medical advisors, tho character, and
th.s nature cf his Illness, which In your
minds was sulllclcntly alarming to
ncccssltato his removal to said Hos
pital, 'ihis leanest Is prompted by
parental feelings nnd calls for uu oill
ctal and definite statement ns to wiat
wns tho matter with htm. nnd also lor
tho benefit nnd satisfaction (if my hus
band nnd family, on my return to my
homo early In May. 1 shall await an
early nnd satisfactory reply,
I remain respectfully,
MRS. M. S. L.KVY.
Mrs. M. S. Levy, Honolulu,
Dear Madam: Your letter of April
25 th referring to your son's Illness ask
ing for nn "ofllclal and dcllnlto stato
ment" ns to tho "nature of his Illness"
has been received at this otllce.
Your son's illness was a sevcro
broncho-pneumonia of tho plagun typo
and probably plagcu origin. After a
careful examination and consultation
by three physicians, viz.: your son's
personal physician, tho Board ot
Health bacteriologist and tho Presi
dent ot tho Board of Health, it was
decided to remove him to tho plague
hospital which was dono with his full
Ho was given a prlvato room and
furnished with a private nurso and has
cxpicssed himself repeatedly in prlvato
and twlco In public as being entirely
satisfied with his treatment.
I havo tho honor to be,
Yours very respectfully,
C. B. WOOD.
President ot tho Board ot Health
Honolulu, April 30, 1900.
Portuguese vs. Chinaman.
Two small boys n Portuguese and a
Chinaman wcro nricstcd this morn
ing by a mounted patrolman on ono
of tho streets of tho city. Tho former,
it was alleged, caught tho latter nnd
accused him of striking him during a
baseball gamo the other day. Tho Chl
iieho boy said ho did nothing of tho
kind nnd tried to get away but tho Por
tuguese retained his hold. It was then
that tho former took out his knlto nnd
struck tho Portuguese In tho head. As
It was not opened, llttlo damngo was
done. Tho two wcro severely lectured
nnd frightened by Cnptnln Parker and
then allowed to go on their vyay.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold n i eduction salo In
every lino, commencing from Mny 6th,
1900. Call In nnd Judgo for yourself:
Iwnknml. Hntpl street.
ed n resolution, which J. II. Fisher V. u, ,' J , "nul"ROUi "'"'"" "l
moved bo ndoptcd, for tho chairman to i -""" 77" i .. ' 7
appoint an organization commltteo ot
twenty-ono fiom the Honolulu precincts.
Lorrln Andrews opposed tho resnlu
crimination of color or condition. Tho tlon:
Hon, claiming It gavo ono man tho pow
er belonging to tho wholn meeting. IIo
moved nn nmendment nccordlngly.
Mr. Robertson supported tho resolu
tion on the ground that It saved tlmo.
IIo was followed on tho samo side by
Messrs. Humphrcyn, Ballon and Fisher.
Mr. McCants Stewart presented tho
folowlng resolution ns a substltuto foi
tho amendment, making n strenuous
speech in support ot Ills plan of organ
ization. Mr. Wallace w-conded tho mo-
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the.
A. V. Gear, A. G. M. Robertson; Ala
pal street. Wulklkl to Pllkol street,
mauka of King street a. W. Smith, C.
M rViV,i. IlllU.il ntiont Wnllrllrl in
Punahou Htrcct-Col. J. II. Sopor. F. 1fQTITlflJPf IITIflrC! QhnO f.A
S. Dodgo; Pnlamn-W. C. Achl, E. C. jMUUltUjllll CI 0 DllUu VjUt
Winston; Kapalama Passed; Kallhl 1
vnllPV K. R. G. Wallace J. L. Holt; '
,m,.l,"wne 7T" C,1H!8, steTw"rt' Our stock Is now replete with good fits,
tV II till 111 mil li; II xvuiiiii-rwu unufiv
Allan Herbert; Monnnluii-
Rood style and good wear.
Demncrnts Will Act.
It Is learned from good Democrat!'!
authority that tho Democratic paity of
Hawaii will be organized during tho
coining month, in order to bo uhlo to
elect a delegate to tho National Demo
cratic Convention to be held next July.
For fine full dress shirts nt 11.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen street Theso
shirts nro strictly high grade ni to fit
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In an J they will re
ceive just the same care an J attention,
and their fett will be Just as carefully
BERQSTROM IMXTSIO OO,
Mrs. Sharp will sing ITinn.olo and .fitted, as If you were with them.
Paul Egry will play a violin soio witn We., flt the foot lf you., foot the
Prof. Burger at tho piano at Orphcum . . . .. ., tu,l kmi. ...ih k.
Ounrtefs ball tonight. See Now To, I bill, and promise you that both will be
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