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Voti. X- No. 1862.
"HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII. MONDAY. JUNE 10. 1901.
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Hebea's Corpus Applica
tion to be Argued
MEANWHILE THEY ARE
HELI BY STACKABM
Law Does Not Allow Bail In
Cases of Violation, of the
American Contract Labor
Stitnte. ' ""'
The private secretary, coachman and
Croom brought to Honolulu by T, Cllre
Davits In the Moana and detained hi
Collector K. R. Stackable as contract
laborers have applied (or a writ of
habeas corpus In Judge Estee's court.
The complaint alleges that the petl
tioners are informed and believe that
the (ause of their restraint I the al
leged belief of E. R.'Stackable, that tho
petitioners are contract laborers and al
such nrc not entitled to land at this
port. The petitioners state that they
nre residents' of Tulnbridgo Wels. En
gland, and "nre there employed by T.
CTIve Davles, a Urltlsli subject whosa
permanent homo Is In England. Also,
It Is stated that T. Cllve Davles Is now
temporarily residing In the Territory
of Hawaii, having come hero on mat
teis of business In connection -with tha
firm of Theo. II. Davles & Co., In which
lie Is a stockholder. The petitioners
Mate that Julius Greatorcx was the
private secretary of said T. Cllve Da
lles, that George Leo wa his coachman
nnd that Charles Young his gioom.
end that they all came to this Territory
nt his request to serve him In the same
capacity until he teturns to his home,
when they expect to return with hltu.
The writ was applied for In Judge
Gear's court last Friday and made re
turnable, this morning at 10 o'clock,
Saturday, Hatch, & Sllllman, Uttotneyi
for the petitioners filed a 'discontinu
ance nnd transferred the application to
, the Federal Court.
At 11 o'clock, the matter came on
for hearing before Judge Estce. Tho
paitles were lu court, together with
T. Cllve Davles, British Consul Hoars
and others. E. It. Stackable, Collec
tor of Customs, was present and his
return was read by R. D. Sllllman,
counsel for plaintiffs.
The return states that the prisoners
are detained because they are Immi
grants who come within the prohibi
tions of the Act of Congress shutting
out contract laborers. The return de
nies that T. Cllve Davles Is a temporary
resident of Hawaii, alleging that this
Territory Is his permanent residence.
Mr, Sllllman asked for a continuance
In order that preparations for the
presentation of the case might ho per
fected. Mr, Stackable. made no objec
tion to the continuance. The hearlug
was thereforo set for Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
Attorney Sllllman then asked If tho
matter of ball could be arranged.
The Court replied: "These men
cannot be admitted to ball under the
Mr, Stackable then Inquired of the
court. In whoso custody the men would
"You shall keep them In your pos
session," said the Court to Mr. Stack
nble, "and see that they report here at
the proper time," "Of course," con
tinned the Court, "you will make the
confinement ns convenient and com
fortable as possible." .
The case of Frank LIUls vs. Jamea
Carty was on trial this forenoon in
Judge Gear's court.
J. A. Thompson, master in the e
tnte of A 1. Peterson has filed his re
port on the accounts of A. V.,Gear, ad
ministrator. Tho accounts show tha
Ilabllltlts of the estate to have becu
fll.7M.10 with receipts 91.453.S4. The
administrator's disbursements amount
Greeley Calls on Cooper.
General A. W. Greeley, tho Arctic
explorer, called on Acting Governor
Cooper nt the Capitol this morning.
THE FIRM OF
McCIellan, Pond & Co.
announce that they,
have remoeJ their
offices to t : : :
Rooms 503 and 504,
where they are prepared to
give to their clients prompt
and careful business service
In the lines of Real Estate,
Insurance and Investments.
The commission of J. W. Pratt as as
sessor for the Island of Oabu was sign
ed by Acting Governor Cooper this
morning and wai transmitted to tilth
at bncc. The date on which he will be
gin the duties of his now office is July
IN8ANE.IAPANE8E FROM KAUAI
Deputy Sheriff Halvorsen of Walmea,
Kauai, arrived In town on Sunday
morning, bringing .with him an Insane
Japanese who was today sent to the
It appears that some months ago, tha
Japanese.vNakamura by nam;,, lost his
wife not through death but through
the! wiles of a countryman. He sought
for her the Island over but could not
locate her. Then began his-peculiar
action which continued to grow mora
peculiar dally until the climax was ar
rived at a few days ago.
Naknmura went to his house, got his
clothes and then set them afire. Hav
ing accomplished this, he went to tha
reservoir and deliberately Jumped In,
Fortunately, ho was seen and dragged
out by main fores.
LIFE SENTENCE FOR WOOD
Walluku! June 3. Fred Wood, who
pleaded guilty to the Indictment pre
gentcd'by the Grand Jury for burglary,
flrsfdegred. was this morning sentenc
ed by Judge Kadua to serve a sentence
of life imprisonment at Ouhu Jail. Fred
Wood Is tho negro who burglarized the
store of the Hawaiian Commercial Su
gar Co. last March, and took from the
sate over 1900.
After his sentence this morning, Fred
Wood attempted to choke Jailor David
Crowell, but the latter proved to b
his superior and was quickly, overpnw
, He It a Plunder.
A well known local ltbrsoman was
present nt the pool selling last Satur
day night nnd. In the excitement at
tending upon the sale he walked over
board Into the. cool waters of tho bay,
The larger crojvd prcsent'saw the mis
hap and, when the man who had tnk;
n tho plungo did not tome to tho sur
face, there was some anxiety shown.
;, Knowing that ho 'would receive a
great "Joshing" If ho camo back all
wet, tho gentleman swam ashore and
Jumped into a hack. He returned to
the betting ring soon after (he mis
hap wtth two boxes of cigars which fie
laid on the table. In this way, ho ac
knowledged that- the Jqke was on him,
but', the cigars precluded any "Josh"
thero might have been In store for
POLICE BU6INE88 8TOPPED.
Thero were filxty-ono cases on the
Polite Court calendar this forenoon
and Judge Wilcox was about to pro
ceed with their disposition when a
summons came from the Grand Jury,
Tcqucsting the presence of tho clerk of
tho cqurt, Mr. Zablan, nnd the Chinese
Interpreter, Mr. Crawford. Neither tho
judge nor the attorneys were put In a
very good mood by this nnd the former
remarked as follows: "T will adjourn
this court for a week It the Grand Jury
keeps on taking away the officers on
duty here to the Interruption ol pub
Out of the sixty-one cases, thirty-six
were those of Deputy High. Sheriff
CMlllngworth nnd men who went out
with him during Saturday anS Sunday.
Maul Is to have a bank. C. D. I.uf
kin, formerly paying teller of the First
National bank In this city, has formed
a company with a capital stock of $25,.
000. Mr. Lufkln will personally man
age the affairs of the new bank which
will be located at Walluku, It is under
stood that the capital stock for tho now
Institution will all be subscribed for
by men on Maul.
Fresh butter: new potatoes, niuo 911.
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Brlgham Young Anniversary.
Salt Lake, June 1. The one-linn,
dredth anniversary of the blrtb of Urlg-'
hard Young Is being generally observ
ed 'throughout Utah today. The bust'
ues portion of thls"city Is handsome
ly decorated and hundreds of people,
hae come from adjoining States tq
participate In the celebration .which
opened with a salute of 100 guns, flrei)
by the Veteran Artillerymen.
MET HORRIBLB DEATH.
The news comes from Wnlalua plan
tation that a Japanese laborer whlln
working in the fields on Saturday last,
met with a most horrible death. It
seerua that he was ploughing' with a
mule tenpi. The animals beeamo frac
tious and, In attempting to quiet them
his feet beeamo entangled in the chains
nnd he was literally (orn asunder,.
Toro on the Jump.
Thero Is a great dearth of taro
throughout the Islands. Even on Ka
uai, It has gone to $3 a bag and Is still
on the rise. Senator Nakapaalnt who
Is himself a taro planter, of Walmea,
Kauai, states that ho believes tha price
will go as high as 40 before there Is a
New Maul Post Office.
Washington, May 30. A post oftlc
has been established at Walakoa, Maul,
with Chas. E, Copeland as postmaster.
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HOUSE iES I
To t the National Gifard
of the Territory ,
MAJORITY REPORT OF
.COMMITTEE, IS AWPTEB
Representatives All Decide to Have
Something to Say Over the
Grave of the
The militia re'cclved its, death, blow
In the House this morning. The ses
sion was long and 'everybody had some
thing to say on the subject. Finally,
tho majority report doing nwuy with
tho military, was adapted by a vow of
it to 1U.
Aylett spoko nt knrth on the.uilnor
lty report. He stated that tho minor.
tty had Investigated the niuuer thor
oughly and, while the) had mado
large cuts in the appropriations. It was
Impossible to do without the mllltla.
"I cannot let tho former p?ukcr's
arguments go by," tnld Entui.lutn,
"without making a cdinter stitemcnt
of my own. We hafn passed the time
when force Is needed to cnrnne the
laws. There Is na moro r.ecd for a sln-
t.e KCldlcr, for we haj paneu fiuin
n condition of force, to one of broader
constitutional grounds. There Is no
need of enforcing a law Justly applied,
and I tor one am in favor of wiping out
tho mllltla completely. Wo don't ro
quire it any mode for, did not President
McKIulcy tell us that wc were to deal
"Just this morning, gentlemen, 1 was
asked by a Porto Hllan for a quarter
with which ho wanted to get something
to vat sluio ho had no wock to' do.
There aro unholy comljtlons thnt we
ubvu creuieu nore, ana tney nro con
ditions which exist nowhere else lu
the United States, No one but the
Legislature Is to blame for this matter.
If. wc bad stirred ourselves earlier, we
couiu nave put a stop to all this im
migration, but tho time Is now past.
"At least wo can do away with the
force which perpetuates these condi
tions of semi-slavery. Away with stub
talk as this. I would sooner give an ad
ditional s;o,000 to the school fund than
to perpetuate the force which upholds
the conditions which existed under tin
Emmeluth became the object of as
sault from three or four sources. Rub
ertson began the bombardment i-j
speaking as. follows:
"The speech ot tho ex-ollgarclUst."
said he, "Is somewhat of a par.il'zor.
I' rum his remarks,, wc would conclule
that not one soldier now existed In tha
United States, and that the tlma for
mllltla is past. On tho contrary, Jiut
tho reverse Is the case. I uphold? .Mr.
Ajictt's able arguments In regard to
tho mllltla, both In condemning1 the
late extravagance of that body and In
advising a 'moderate appropriation
That, la the plan we should follow."
Emmeluth made a counter charge,
saying: "I'll admit that every State
In the Union has Its mllltla, but
everywhere it has been used. Innocent
people have been shot down. Every
where It Is used for the subversion ol
tho poor, the oppression ot the peopU
In every strike.' Frqm Maine to Cali
fornia, that has been the cubo than
the poor, ground down to the last
notch, have revolted for an honest
wage. Tako for Instance tha case
ot the Couer d'Alcne mines, when mur
der, open and uncovered was commit
ted. A month after that trouble, the
mine owner died worth 110,000,000.
Think of tho Chicago, Illinois and Al
bany strikes, when the peopo were
simply struggling for an honest wage,
The agricultural Interests of these Isl
ands' must yield wages that will al.
lew Intelligent men to come here and
work, so that we won't have to havt
guns or gun carriers. ,
"BcsldeH, gentlemen, this Is a new
Territory and should profit by tho ex
perience of the other States: Let me
tell you thero Is going to be a peace
ful revolution by means ot tho ballot
box, or a forceful one by means of
arms, before long thioughout the
whole United States."
"1 will promise to pester the House
only a few minutes," Hoogs began In
his dot lie way, ".but I would like to tell
tho honorable gentleman from the
FJfth a few things. Of course he
knows that he Is talking through his
hat I don't need to tidl him that; for
he knows It already. There uro a'few
plantations lu these Islands that nre
tunning behind through their labor
tioubles. Ono of those Is the one In
which the honorable gentleman owns a
half Intel est,"
"I'll admit that I own a halt Inter
est In a little 115 ncro trect," Emmeluth
said, "but If all laborers received J3
n day, I would not run behind. Other
things causo the shortngo."
Makekau gavo Emmeluth a fow pack
ages of his own. Mnkikau remembered
when Emmeluth was In faor of lessen
ing the mllltla, muler tho monarchy,
Ot course, tho gentlemun bad In view
tho overthrow of the King at that time,
Then, when the overthrow came, Em
meluth was In favor of enlarging the
force, and now that the natives have
control he was raising tho old cry of
'Away with the military.""
' Btckley stated that the military had
anticipated the cut, and had provision
ed themselves for a two years' siege.
The motion to adopt the committee
report was then carried, 17 to 10. The
noes were: Aylett. Dickey, Ollflllan,
Hoogs, Kelkl, Kelllkoa, Kumalae,
Makekau Robertson and Wilcox 10.
At 12 noon the Houm took the regu
APANEESB KNIFE WIBLDER.
.jln an affray Sunday morning, Ka
wano, a Japanese fisherman was dam
erously stabbed by Asal. another Ja
panese, who Is In the hands of tht
police charged with assault with a
deadly weapon. The assault grew out
of 'a drunken orgle. The assault was
suae witn a fish knire which wu
plunged to the hilt In the old man's
thigh. A son uf the assaulted man cams
to the 'rescue and received sever
wounds in his hand from the knit
Others present threw themselves upon
'the enraged Asa), overpowering him
by main strength. The wounded man
was sent to the hospital, where tha.
point of the blade, which was left In
the wound, was extrnctted by Dr.
FELL FORTY FEBT.
The 12 o'clock whistles Saturday
came very near being the cause of a
serious accident Saturday. A gang of
men were at work hoisting up a chim
ney on the main building ot the Hono
lulu Sanitary Steam Laundry. A scat
folding had been erected and the chim
ney was about to be hoisted Into place
when the whistles blew. There was a
slackening of the rope caused by the
effect of the whistle on thtten doing
me worn, rne emmncy cmsned into
tho scaffolding and both'went tumbling
off the place, carrying one of the labor
ers who tell a distance of forty feet to
the ground. Fortunately the fellow was
IRRIGATION IN KOHALA.
nonnia, junos. ino iacK oi rain lor
over a month In the Kobala district Is
rnlslng havoc with the cane crop of
1902, and unless rain comes soon thero
will be only a halt of a crop upon soma
of the plantations. The subject of Ir
rigation Is being thoroughly discussed
nnd propositions nro now being en
tertained for the Installation of pump
At (he Kohaln Husai' Company the
duplex double, acting Uledler pump Is
doing excellent work, the supply
from the shafts and drifts being rrfc
dent to Irrigate C00 acres of cane. Tho
mill are running only in tho daytuut
throughout tne district.
The Grand Jury reported In Judge
Gear's court this morning. The re
uort'was read by Foreman Carter. True
bills were found against five persons
for various offenses. The Indictments
were placed In the hands of the Hlfti
Sheriff. The report stated also that no
hills hud been found in five, cases of
alleged larceny In the sccoitd degree
nnd In two cases of alleged assault. In
the cases In which no bills were found.
Judge Gear ordered tho parties released
from custody and bondsmen relieved
from further liability. The Grand Jury
then leturned to Its labors,
m i m
WORRIED BUT CONFIDENT.
New York, Juno 1. A dispatch to
the World fiom aiasgow .says: De
signer Watson Is greatly worried by
criticisms passed on his workmanship
en the challenger. He told Upton
be did not place any aluo on the le
sult of the trial races on tho European
side. Ho built the yacht with an eye
to American sailing conditions and
nothing has happened to alter his opin
ion that filif will prove the fusttest chel-
lcnger ho ever sent across.
LOOMI8 IS ENDORSED.
New York, June 1. A dispatch tq
the Herald from Washington says:
Wm. W. Russell, United States charge
d affaires In Caracas, Venezuela, has
been directed to Inform the Venezuelan
government that tho American gov
ernment unreservedly indorsed tho, ac
tions ot Minister Loomls on the varl.
ous questions pending between tho twq
MARRIED IN FLORENCE. '
The marriage ot M. C. Molt-Smlth of
Huston and Elvira Glannuzzl-Savell)
was solemnized April 20 In the Ameri
can church at Florence. Tho ceremony
was performed by llov. James Thomas,
ot Uoston, assisted by Rev Herbert
Vcnahles. rector of the church. After
a tour Including the prluclpal capitals
of Europe, Mr. and Mrs. Mott-Smltb
will return to Ilostou to reside.
Railroad Men Strike,
Uuffalo, June 1. About 400 machin
ists ot the New York Central Railroad
and their helpers numbering about
fifty, struck today for a 10 per cent
advanto in wages.
Mrs. McKlnley Improve.
Washington, Juno 1. The bulletin
regarding Mrs. McKtnley's condition
this morning Is the most encnuragluj
statement given out since her return.
ii m . m i
A broken ammonia pipe In the Ice
plant of the Metropolitan Meal Mar
ket created considerable haoc among
tho employes. The gas was so strong
that the workmen wcro forced tn re
tire from the building, tho effect of the
gns being felt olear across King street
Tho plpo was ropalred after some trou
TJio steamer Claudlne arriving from
Maul yesterday, brought tho following
cargo: 11,000 bags Migar, 101 sacks
corn', 37 sacks taro, 24 sackB potatoes,
C31 rails, 39 pkgs hides, 44 hogs and S3
'jags sundrlcg ,
M HE TO Afl
House Report On The
Status of Acting
ATTORNEY FITCH APPEALED
TO ON POINTS OF LAW
Attorney General Can Solre the Problem
if He Will-Only Method of
Establishing Cooper's Right -
The Judiciary Committee of the
House to which was referred the reso
lution to fnvestlgate the status ot Sec
retary Cooper as Acting Governor ap
pealed to Attorney Thomas Fitch as
'" The , questions on which Mr. Fitch
was called upon to look tip authorities
were: Has Hon. IHary E. Cooper
Secretary of the Territory of Hawaii
since May 11, 1901, been lawfully en
titled to officiate as Acting Governor?
Uf not entitled to act as Acting Gov
ernor what legal remeiy can be Invok
ed to compel him to ceas'e exercising
I executive functions
' Mr, Fitch reviews the case carefully
and quotes extensively from nuthort-
tics. He takes up tha cases -cited by
Attornoy,Oeneral Dole In support of
Cooper's rtasltlou Rna fhows wheieln
there Is no relation with tho state of
affairs now presented with regard to
the Governor of Hawaii.
I Attorney Fitch's ronclusllons ar
j given as follows:
( That Governor Sanford D. Dole has
not been laboring under Buch disability
ns disqualified him from performing the
duties of his orllce, '
That Secretary Henry" E. Cooper has
, ofllelated ns Acting Gmrnor v,itlmut
. authority to do so.
Thnt the only way to Judicially test
l the question of the right of Secretary
i Cooper to net as Governor Is by an In-
I formation In the nature of quo war
ranto. I That such writ cannot Issue except
upon Information filed by tho Attorney
General, nnd that If the Attorney Gen
eral falls or refuses Is file such In
formation there Is no process known
' to the law by which hu can be com
pelled to do so.
I Tho opinion of Attiirney Fitch nc-
i cnmpanled the committee report Intro-
I duced this afternoon. The committee.
recommends the adoption of tho fol
Whereas There Is grave doubt
whether Secretary Coouer has tho right
to officiate ns Acting Governor, nnd the
existence of such doubt may taint with
Illegally any appropriation bill that
may bo enacted by this Legislature, and
approved by Secretary Cooper and,
I Whereas, the decision of the Supreme
, Court upon the question Involved can
only be obtained through proceedings
I In quo warranto, and i-ich proceedings
lenn only be Instigated at the Instance
of the Attorney General and that off!
dal has already formally expressed
mmscir in faor of the legality of Sec
retary Cooper's occupancy of the posi
tion of Governor, and 1
Whereas, tho public Interests requlro
that tho question ot Secretary Cooper's
right tn act as Governor should not
depend upon the opinion of Attornc
General Dole alone,
Therefore, he It resolved, That Hon.
Sanford 11. Dolo be respectfully request
ed to rcsumo the executive functions or
else resign, or lea tho Territory for
a sufficient length of tine to legally
qualify Secretary Cooper to approvo op
The Executive Council hobl n nrn.
longed session this morning.
Acting Governor Cooper read a
proclamation turning over to the Fa
cial Government tho lands to be used
as an agricultural experiment station.
Tho transfer Includes tho original Mn
klkl and Tantalus tract with certain
reservations for the rock crusher. aiM
sites for a marine hospital.
J. II. Iloyd reported a application
PATENT KID SHOES
Are new and exceedingly popular.
They nre much easier on the feet
nnd less liable to crack than the
patent calf worn heretofore. We
have them in both the High Cut
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
from the Canadian-Australian Steam
ihlp Company to lease lot 6 on the Es
planade. The matter of sub-leasing
the Severance property In Hllo was
also considered. ' .
A letter was read from Alfred Willis
asking that a tract of land In Molllllt be
set aside for the use and benefit ot
the Hospital for Incurables. The mat
ter was referred to the Attorney Gen
eral for an opinion.
The Hawaiian Tramways Company
petitioned for permission to change
the location of certain switches and
luffi on the KJng street line. J. 11.
Iloyd' will eolTet with the manager
about the proposed changes.
E. S. Boyd presented on application
ot H. O. Junkin to take small rem
nant ot the Olaa lands at $30 per acre.
The Council decided to put the tract
up nt' auction at the upset price of ITJ
AT THE ORPHEUM.
The Fatal Card Is announced for this
and tomorrow night at the Orpheuin
and will undoubtedly bring crowded
houses. Race night always sees the
Orpheum packed nnd Jammed nnd to
nTgt the'theater will be filled with th
many V ho, want'to see tho F.ltal Card
and avVd the Inevitable rush of holi
day nlgmr The bill wa presented In
Honolulu by Fran ley during his fin:
season and made a strong Impression.
many requests having been made to
visiting companies since to repeat It.
It Is a sterling drama, not exactly of
the modern school, but In the ejes of
many critics, none the worse for that.
The- Ellefords will close their season
on the 19th when the company leave
town. The season has been an entirely
successful one and the Ellefords ara
assurred of a hearty reception frota'
Honolulu playgoers wheilever they r.
peat the trip.
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t Anilnn Ttn 1 Tim .AtiAaaa-A .
""'" wiiiic ai- iviii;jii.r uf
the Government rejcariUngt'tue battU
of Vlailfonteln and other military
events of nome Iraportance which hae
recently occurred at widely separate!
liijiiiis hi nuuui silica, nas icu 10 coil
lilsr.lhlA flllTlatf TM. la In tin is
-"- vi. lino so It uv ,
allayed by the curious answer of tht
i nr uuitt? iuuay in a question regard
ing the accuracy or otherwlso of th
Basr report that the Drltlsh were de
feated near Pretoria May 2d, losing 40
killed, 80 wounded, COO prisoners nnJ
six guns. The reply which the War
Office vouchafed "we have no otrlsl.t
Information." has aroused some mU
glvlng3. . m
PRINCE88 FOR ITALY.
Rome. Jlinp 1. ftnef.n Union wna
accouched of n daughter at 9 o'clock
this momlnz. Doth mother nml lnf-in-
are doing well.
The Princess w 111 be named Yolanda
Anililat thp ffpnprnl rnni.rnhit.llnn.
there Is general disappointment at the
Infant's sex, though the King Is un
derstood to have expressed content
ment. Salutes nre being fired through
Tho lnfnllt'M'nurCP. lif-ftlilr rorrivinr
liberal pay and a pension, will get 12000
nun me imijys nrsi loom anomer
12000 when the child is nble to speak
nnd a similar sum when the llttU
Princess walks .insupported.
BOTHA 8EEK8 PEACE.
London, June 1. The Sun today pttb'
llshes n sensational story to the effect
that General Ilotha has nrrlved at Stan,
derton, and Is communicating by tele
graph with Mr. Kruger, through Tba
Netherlands Government, appealing tq
Mr. Kruger to ue for peace. Lord
Kitchener Is said to have gltcn llotlil
permission to adopt this course.
The Sun further hears that 10.000
Zulus have gone on tho warpath, owln
to Doer raids In Zululand.
It would not be surprising If, In tit
near future, some ot tho senators and
representatives from the country dis
tricts whose Interests arc sufferins
from the prolonged session of tha
Legislature, returned home. They arc
becoming tired of the delay and the
only thing that has held them as long
as this Is the Interest they have; In the
parties of which they ale members.
The Senate'mct at 10 o'clock this
morning. There were crly seven mem
bers present anil there was a wait nt
five minutes for another member so
that thero might be a quorum but, no
ono appearing, Mr. White, moved, t ad
journ until 10 o'clock Wednesday. This
was seconded uy .Mr. Kaoni and carried.
m i m
Columbia, S. C, May 31, Governor
McSweeney has rejecttd the resigna
tions of Senators Tillman and Mcl.au-
rln, to give them time to consider their
James II, lloyd and family spent yes
terday at their Manoa alley place.
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